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Symphony No.100 Symphony No.1

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1. I. Adagio-Allegro - London Philharmonic Orchestra
2. II. Allegretto - London Philharmonic Orchestra
3. III. Menuet. Moderato-Trio - London Philharmonic Orchestra
4. IV. Finale. Presto - London Philharmonic Orchestra
5. I. Adagio-Presto - London Philharmonic Orchestra
6. II. Andante - London Philharmonic Orchestra
7. III. Menuet. Allegretto-Trio - London Philharmonic Orchestra
8. IV. Finale. Vivace - London Philharmonic Orchestra
9. I. Allegro - London Symphony Orchestra
10. II. Moderato - London Symphony Orchestra
11. III. Andantino - London Symphony Orchestra
12. IV. Marsch - London Symphony Orchestra

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
More Jochum/LPO Haydn Jan. 14 2015
By Kirk List - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This concert occurred during Jochum's tenure with the LPO while recording the Haydn London symphonies. I recall reading
that he was conducting them in concert chronologically, four concerts of three symphonies each. As with the recordings, the outer
movements are quite quick, both in keeping with Haydn's directions in #s 100 and 101 (two prestos and a vivace) and with
Jochum's stated view that Haydn wished outer movements to be played as quickly as possible (excluding introductions in
which Adagios are conducted quite slowly and beautifully. I still find the outer movements of both symphonies a bit too quick while the middle
movements are perfect-the second movements are deeply felt and poetic, while the third movements are not too slow and include
Jochum specialties, perfectly paced and phrased trios akin to his Beethoven and Mozart symphony trios. Try those in
Beethoven #s 1,4 and 8 and Mozart 39 and 40 for examples.
The Hindemith sounds virtuosic and playful with brilliant combinations of winds and tympani- I would have preferred a
third Haydn symphony, but the Hindemith is still quite listenable.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
no disappointment Feb. 8 2013
By anthony merlo - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
product received met expectations. I found Jochum rendition of Haydn symphonies more satisfying than Davis'.I dont know how Karajan compares.