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HAYDN: Cello Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 / Piano Concerto in D Major, Hob.XVIII:11 (NTSC)


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Joseph Haydn
Cello Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 · Piano Concerto No.11

Mstislav Rostropovich, cello & direction
Homero Francesch, piano
Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Sir Neville Marriner, conductor

Recorded at the Henry Wood Hall, London, 17–19 November, 1975 (Cello Concertos) · Recorded at the Markgräfliches Opernhaus, Bayreuth, 23–27 November 1982 (Piano Concerto)

Picture Format: NTSC · 4:3 fullscreen
Sound Formats: PCM Stereo · Dolby Digital 5.1 · DTS 5.1
Region Code: 0
Booklet Notes: English, German, French
Running Time: 52 mins (Cello Concertos) & 21 mins (Piano Concerto)

Cat. No: 2072068

  • Mstislav Rostropovich is internationally acclaimed and acknowledged as the world's greatest living cellist. He has given countless memorable performances and is noted for his commanding technique and intense, visionary playing

  • Haydn Cello Concertos are the most significant works for the instrument from the Classical period

  • They are beguiling works, and Rostropovich in this famous recording made at Henry Wood Hall, London in 1975 with the cellist himself also directing the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, presents them as the classic Haydn works we now know them to be

  • Complemented by Haydn’s most famous Piano Concerto - Sir Neville Marriner conducting the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and Homero Francesch, piano

  • Many recordings and concerts tours with its founder Sir Neville Marriner have made the Academy of St Martin in the Fields synonymous with lively, precise and vigorous interpretations of 18th-century music

“His diversity of color and his mastery of every problem makes him one of the greatest musicians of the present time. He performs in a wonderfully convincing manner.
The New York Times







Composer(s):
Haydn, Franz Joseph

Conductor(s):
Marriner, Neville; Rostropovich, Mstislav

Orchestra(s):
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Orchestra

Artist(s):
Francesch, Homero; Rostropovich, Mstislav

Label: EuroArts

Genre: Classical Concert

Period: Classical

Catalogue No: 2072068

Barcode: 880242720689

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Physical Release: 08/2006

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