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Vienna, Part I

 
Program 1

Lehár:  Serenade (excerpt)
Quiroga, v.; Quiroga, p.
Symp 1131
2:28

Isaac: “J’ay pris amours”
Concentus Musicus Wien/Harnoncourt
Archiv 474233
1:50
 
Isaac: “Tota Pulchra Es”
Tallis Scholars/Phillips
Gimell 23
8:51
 
Isaac: “Fortuna In mi”
Concentus Musicus/Wien
Archiv 474233
2:37
 
Isaac: “Innsbruck,…”
Concentus Musicus/Wien
Archiv 474233
3:16
 
Isaac: “A la Bataglia”
Concentus Musicus/Wien
Archiv 474233
3:56
 
Senfl: “Will Niemand Singen”
Convivium Musicus/Wien
Archiv 474233
2:44
 
Ferdinand: Hymnus
Wiener Akademie
CPO 999 681-2
6:19
 
Schmelzer: Lemento
Wiener Akademie
CPO 999 681-2
6:10
 
Biber: Sonata X
Concentus Musicus/Wien
Vanguard ATM CD 1651
6:00
 
Biber: “Sancto Polycarpi”
NY Trp. Ensemble
Delos 3002
5:15
 
 

 

Program 2

Caldara: Overture
John Wallace
Nimbus 1757
4:59

Caldara: “Selve amiche”
HvorostovskyAcademy of St. Martin in the Fields
Philips 6339802
2:50

Joseph 1: “Alme ingrate
Lindberg,Tb Groop,sp.
Bis-CD 548
3:53

Wagenseil: Symphonie in La Magg
Orchestra Da Camera “Salieri” Tamas Pál
Arkadia CDAK 130.1
9:39
 
Mozart, L: Agnus Dei 
Lindberg, tb Groop, sp
Bis-CD 548
3:20
 
Monn: Cello Concerto in G minor
London Sym Orch. J. Du Pré, c Barbirolli
EMI Classics 67341
16:32

Fux: Menuet
Nederland Koper Kwintet
Helicon HE 1012
2:28

Fux: “La Volage”
Nederland Koper Kwintet
Helicon HE 1012
1:03

Paradis: Sicilienne
Anne Akiko Meyers, vn
RCA 63676
3:24
 
 

 

Program 3

Fux: Rondeau
Antiqua Koeln
Challenge Classics 72032
4:46

Vanhal: Symphony in G minor
London Mozart Players/M.Bamert
Chandos 9607
18:55

Vanhal: Stabat Mater
Prague Chamber Orch.& Choir Benackova/Neumann
Orfeo C324941 A
13:09
 
Gluck: Alessandro: Ballo
Musica Antiqua Köln Goebel
DG 445-824-2
11:28
 
Gluck: Orfeo Ed Euridice
Orch.of the Age Enlightenment Scholl/Norrington
Decca 289466-1962
3:46

 

Program 4
Symphony 
No. 1

Trad.: Andachsjodler
Wiener Volksopernorchester
Philips 412551
4:37

Haydn: Symphony No. 1
St. Paul Chamber Orchestra/Wolff
Teldec 9031-77309-2
4:37

Haydn: Symphony No. 104
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra/Fischer
Nimbus 5200
14:07

Haydn: Die Schöpfung
New York Phil/Camerata Singers/Bernstein
Sony 47560
9:15
 
Haydn: String Quartet No. 77,  Op. 76-3 “Emperor”
Alban Berg Quartet
Decca 289466-1962
3:46
 
Mozart: String Quartet No.19 in C K.465
Guarneri Quartet
Philips 432076-2
11:03
 
 

 

Program 5
Mozart/M. Haydn: Symphony Nr. 37
Academy of Ancient Music/Hogwood
London/Decca 452496
5:22
 
Martinez: Sonata en la Major
Monica Pons
itunes
4:18, 6:28, 3:03
 
Mozart: Divertiment KV138
Camerata Academica des Mozarteums/Sándor Végh
Laserlight 15647
4:02
 
Mozart: Symphony No.41 Jupiter
Cleveland Orchestra/Szell
Sony Classical 89834
7:36
 
Mozart: Symphony No. 4141 Jupiter
Cleveland Orchestra/Szell
Sony Classical 89834
6:05
 
Mozart: Die Zauberflóte
Mahler Chamber Orchestra/Arnold Schoenberg Choir
Nonesuch 79328
6:38

 

 

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