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SYMPHONIES PART 1 – Innovative Traditions


Classical Symphonies: Haydn


Haydn composed more than 100 symphonies that represent the base of classical symphonic writing, earning him the nickname ‘Father of the Symphony‘. He experimented with the symphony’s expressive potential and developed a uniquely masterful and delightful style that strongly influenced his successors. Their lucidity, wit and artistic variety still delight listeners today. All of Haydn‘s most famous symphonies are included here. Celebrate The Haydn Anniversary Year with these influential classics.
Haydn Complete Symphonies Boxed Set

Sinfonia Finlandia • Patrick Gallois • Northern Chamber Orchestra
Nicholas Ward • Cologne Chamber Orchestra • Helmut Müller-Brühl
Toronto Chamber Orchestra • Kevin Mallon • Nikolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Béla Drahos • Capella Istropolitana • Barry Wordsworth


8.503400 (Available only as a 34-CD Boxed Set)


Individual Albums

Each volume of Naxos’s Haydn Symphonies is available as either a CD (click on album cover or title) or for downloading from ClassicsOnline.

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