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Haydn & Myslivecek Cello Concertos

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Haydn & Myslivecek Cello Concertos

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    • I. Moderato (10:47)

    • FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732–1809)

      Cello Concerto in C major (25:29) Cadenzas: Maurice Gendron

      I. Moderato (10:47)

    • II. Adagio (8:06)

    • II. Adagio (8:06)

    • III. Allegro molto (6:30)

    • III. Allegro molto (6:30)

    • I. Allegro moderato (7:53)

    • JOSEF MYSLIVEČEK (1737–1781)

      Cello Concerto in C major (20:40)

      I. Allegro moderato (7:53)

    • II. Grave (7:10)

    • II. Grave (7:10)

    • III. Tempo di minuetto (5:30)

    • III. Tempo di minuetto (5:30)

    • I. Allegro moderato (15:57)
      Cadenza: Emanuel Feuermann

    • FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732–1809)

      Cello Concerto in D major (26:39)

      I. Allegro moderato (15:57)
      Cadenza: Emanuel Feuermann

    • II. Adagio (5:47)
      Cadenza: Maurice Gendron

    • II. Adagio (5:47)
      Cadenza: Maurice Gendron

    • III. Allegro (4:48)

    • III. Allegro (4:48)

Album Description Download Full CD Booklet

On Haydn & Mysliveček Cello Concertos, American cellist Wendy Warner, a protégé of Mstislav Rostropovich, and Camerata Chicago, conducted by its British-born founder, Drostan Hall, present Franz Joesph Haydn’s essential C Major and D Major Cello Concertos, harmoniously paired with a genuine rarity: the C Major Cello Concerto of Czech composer Josef Mysliveček (1737–1781), a Haydn contemporary.

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Program Notes

Album Details

Total Time: 73:05

Producer: James Ginsburg
Engineer: Bill Maylone
Recorded: November 26–29, 2012, in College Church, Wheaton, Illinois
Cover Photo: Sammie Saxon Photography
Cover Design: Sue Cottrill
Inside Booklet and Inlay Card: Nancy Bieschke
Cello: Giuseppe Gagliano 1772
Cello Bow: François Xavier Tourte, c.1815, the "De Lamare" on extended loan through the Stradivari Society of Chicago

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