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MOZART, W.A.: Symphonies, Vol. 1 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 1, 4, 5, 43

MOZART, W.A.: Symphonies, Vol. 1 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 1, 4, 5, 43

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013


Adam Fischer


Garsington Opera Orchestra


Danish National Chamber Orchestra



DR Koncerthuset, Studio 2, Copenhagen, Denmark


Record Label


Orchestral & Concertos


Total Time - 53:36
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MOZART, W.A.: Symphonies, Vol. 1 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 1, 4, 5, 43

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Symphony No. 1 in E-Flat Major, K. 16

1 I. Allegro molto 06:19
2 II. Andante 04:44
3 III. Presto 01:29

Symphony No. 4 in D Major, K. 19

4 I. Allegro 02:16
5 II. Andante 03:45
6 III. Presto 02:57

Symphony in F Major, K. Anh. 223

7 I. Allegro assai 05:09
8 II. Andante 04:51
9 III. Presto 02:38

Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Major, K. 22

10 I. Allegro 02:33
11 II. Andante 02:14
12 III. Molto allegro 01:17

Symphony No. 43 in F Major, K. 76

13 I. Allegro maestoso 04:10
14 II. Andante 03:29
15 III. Menuetto 02:54
16 IV. Allegro 02:51
 Garsington Opera Orchestra Ensemble
  Adam Fischer Conductor

 This album is released by the Danish National Chamber Orchestra on its own record label DRS, distributed by Dacapo.Following the nine previously released volumes is here volume 1 in the acclaimed series of the complete symphonies by Mozart, recorded by the Danish National Chamber Orchestra and their renowned Austro-Hungarian chief conductor Adam Fischer. This volume contains five of Mozart’s earliest and shorter symphonies composed c. 1764-1767.

                   Album of the Week

!Adam Fischer leads the Danish National Chamber Orchestra through the earliest Mozart’s symphonies. Following his five-year project to record all the Haydn Symphonies, veteran Hungarian conductor Adam Fischer embarked on a similar quest to survey all of Mozart ’s symphonic output. This is Volume 1 containing five of Mozart’s earliest and shorter symphonies composed between 1764 and 1767.  Fischer always manages to look at Mozart afresh. The polished playing on modern instruments of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra is bright and breezy and the recording is crisp and sparkling with every detail audible."
John Suchet - Classic FM (UK) - 16 September 2013

"Interesting that at the start of the eight-yearold Mozart’s First Symphony’s opening Molto allegro, the marking for the first two chords is a secure forte, then the dynamic drops to piano for the slow chords in the fourth bar. Adam Fischer uses those intervening bars to build a dramatic crescendo, which certainly has an effect. In fact the whole of the first movement is greeted with a level of dynamic incident that lends the music an extra degree of impetus. Fischer appreciates the importance of a secure bass-line, notably in the Andante of K19, whereas in the fierily driven finale he employs saucy, fast-action string slides. The Andante of K19a enjoys a winning lilt and the opening of K22 has a definite ’Mannheim’ feel to it. K42a is the only work programmed on this first disc that is cast in four rather than three movements, the finale featuring the sort of animated dialoguing that was to form such a key part of Mozart’s mature symphonic style. Fischer and his enthusiastic Danish players imbue this youthful music with spirit and energy; they make the most of what’s in front of them and I have certainly never heard performances of early Mozart symphonies that I prefer."

Rob Cowan - Gramophone magazine - November 2013

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