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Famous Classical Trumpet Concertos

Hakan/Various-Var Hardenberger Audio CD
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Disc: 1
1. Trumpet Concerto In E: 1. Allegro Con Spirito
2. Trumpet Concerto In E: 2. Andante
3. Trumpet Concerto In E: 3. Rondo
4. Trumpet Concerto In D: 1. Allegro Non Troppo
5. Trumpet Concerto In D: 2. Largo
6. Trumpet Concerto In D: 3. Vivace
7. Trumpet Concerto In D: 1. Allegro Non Troppo Presto
8. Trumpet Concerto In D: 2. Adagio
9. Trumpet Concerto In D: 3. Allegro Molto
10. Trumpet Concerto In E Flat, Hob. VIIIe:1: 1. Allegro
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Disc: 2
1. Trumpet Concerto In D: 1. Andante
2. Trumpet Concerto In D: 2. Allegro Moderato
3. Trumpet Concerto No. 1 In E Flat: 1. Allegro
4. Trumpet Concerto No. 1 In E Flat: 2. Adagio
5. Trumpet Concerto No. 1 In E Flat: 3. Vivace
6. Trumpet Concerto No. 1 In D: 1. Allegro
7. Trumpet Concerto No. 1 In D: 2. Adagio
8. Trumpet Concerto No. 1 In D: 3. Allegro
9. Trumpet Concerto No. 2 In C: 1. Adagio
10. Trumpet Concerto No. 2 In C: 2. Allegro Molto
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5.0 out of 5 stars Virtuosic Trumpet: Baroque And Classical Showcase Feb. 21 2004
Format:Audio CD
This album is an incredible showcase for the trumpet and the orchestra, in other words, the trumpet concerto. Hakan Hardenberger, the featured trumpet player, is highly talented and at the top of his game. Even the great jazz and classical trumpeter Winston Marsalis does'nt seem to reach the flights of fancy on the trumpet as does Hakan Hardenberger. Hardenberger masters the trumpet to perfection, capturing every nuance and every tone, from fortissimo fanfares to the softest pianissimo. On this compilation are the trumpet concerti of Baroque and Classical Era composers, among them Corelli and Albinoni and the Classical masters Franz Joseph Haydn and Leopold Mozart, Mozart's father. The sheer scale and magnetism of this music cannot be neglected. It is the greatest gathering of trumpet concerti ever made. The trumpet was perhaps the most fascinating instrument for Baroque composers. The trumpet produces grand, triumphant tones when played forte. It was an instrument that was displayed in ceremonial pomp- weddings, coronations and marches. The Baroque composers were sponsored by kings so they were expected to compose music for trumpet, which could be expressive not only as a fanfare for the king himself, but as an instrument of many dynamics. It can be played softly and slowly, which seems to create a nocturnal, reflective mood and staccato and fast-paced which made the music sound exciting and lively. In my opinion, it was the premier instrument of the Baroque Age.
The cd opens with the Trumpet Concerto In E Flat Major by Johann Hummel. This colorful piece is particularily impressive as it really explores the dynamic potential for the trumpet. It's third movement, the Rondo, is very exciting music, as it is played very fast and in a bouncy, dance-like manner.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Trumpeter in the Business May 25 2003
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It's a rare treat for a reviewer when he can throw caution to the winds and go out on a limb for a musician. This is such an occasion for me. Hakan Hardenberger is a phenomenon. I think he is the Babe Ruth, the Wayne Gretzky, the Michael Jordan, the Vladimir Horowitz, the Jascha Heifetz of trumpet players.
Hardenberger is a Swedish trumpeter who made his first recording (Haydn, Hummel, Hertel, and Stamitz trumpet concertos, with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields under Neville Marriner, on Philips) in 1986 when he was only 25 years old (in the cover photo of the original CD he looks like a boy). The first time I played this debut CD of his, my jaw dropped and I could hardly believe my ears. His playing was a revelation--absolutely stunning. I'd never heard trumpet playing to compare with it. In my opinion, with his first two CDs young Hardenberger not only moved into the top rank of trumpeters; he swept right past his competitors to the head of the class. I've compared a number of his baroque concerto performances, here and elsewhere, with those of other famous trumpeters, and he always comes out on top. I believe him to be in a league of his own. He has everything: virtuosity and technique to burn, dead-on intonation, clean trills, smooth legato, expressive shading, beauty of tone, brilliant high notes, enormous dynamic range. He is also a sound musician, with taste and a sense of style. His arsenal is complete and unassailable; there is no chink in his armor.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sumptuous musicianship for a great price March 4 2000
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This compiliation brings together some of Håkan Hardenberger's past Philips releases in a value-priced 2 CD set that belongs in every music lover's collection. It's all here, the Haydn (what a cadenza!), a delicious performance of the Hummel, and a host of other delights including his brilliant piccolo trumpet playing on the Baroque selections. Hardenberger is the consummate virtuoso: a musician who plays with such wit and artistry that he makes you forget the fiendish difficulty of the music. His intelligent musicianship is a joy to hear, especially his quicksilver ornaments in the Leopold Mozart Concerto and his seamless cantabile in the Bach/Gounod "Ave Maria." If you have only one classical trumpet CD in your collection, let it be this one. You won't be disappointed. Here's hoping that Philips will re-issue more of Hardenberger's previous releases, especially the Telemann Concerti and his cornet CD, "At the Beach."
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4.0 out of 5 stars superb playing Oct. 29 2003
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Hardenberger is indeed an extraordinary. The playing is right up there with the best of them. One thing unique to hardnberger is his ability to lock in ever note of every passage reguardless of register, speed, etc. In addition he playes with great character. The only reason i give hims less than 5 stars is because his lyricism, the most important thing, is surpassed by Maurice Andre and Phil Smith without questiong. especially after seing all of them live and buying their CDs. He is definitely among the greatests ever.
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