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Orchestral Music - HASSE, J.A. / LINLEY, T. / RAUZZINI, V. / LAMOTTE, F. / MOZART, W.A. (Mozart in Italien) (Contzen, Goebel)

Orchestral Music - HASSE, J.A. / LINLEY, T. / RAUZZINI, V. / LAMOTTE, F. / MOZART, W.A. (Mozart in Italien) (Contzen, Goebel)

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release date: November 2011


Artists:

Bavarian Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra


Goebel, Reinhard


Reinhard Goebel

Conductor

Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 59:04
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Orchestral Music - HASSE, J.A. / LINLEY, T. / RAUZZINI, V. / LAMOTTE, F. / MOZART, W.A. (Mozart in Italien) (Contzen, Goebel)

     
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JOHANN ADOLF HASSE

 

Il Ruggiero: Sinfonia

 
1 I. Mestoso e staccato 3:23
     
2 II. Andantino 1:43
     
3 III. Allegro con spirito 1:25
     
 

THOMAS LINLEY

 

Violin Concerto in F major

 
4 I. Moderato 8:22
     
5 II. Adagio 2:28
     
6 III. Rondeau 7:21
     
 

VENANZIO RAUZZINI

 

Symphony in D major

 
7 I. Allegro 3:10
     
8 II. Andante 1:54
     
9 III. Allegro 3:29
     
 

FRANZ LAMOTTE

 

Violin Concerto No. 2 in D major

 
10 I. Moderato 10:42
     
11 II. Andante 3:03
     
12 III. Rondeau 5:53
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

 

Symphony in D major, K. 120

 
13 I. Allegro assai 3:39
     
14 II. Andante grazioso 1:10
     
15 III. Finale: Presto 1:22
     
 Reinhard Goebel Conductor
 Goebel, Reinhard


During the 18th century, not only those in the fine arts considered a stay in Italy to be de rigueur; musicians, as well, held it to be part and parcel of an extensive artistic education. And of course, the Italian sun witnessed a great deal of exchange between northern Europeans of the widest possible origins. The young Mozart, for example, met Thomas Linley there, a British violinist his own age. Johann Adolf Hasse – who was practically considered an Italian – was a generation older. Immediately after his festive opera Ruggiero, Mozart’s Serenata Ascanio in Alba was performed – to much greater acclaim.

Mozart wrote his famous Exsultate, jubilate specifically for castrato Venenzio Rauzzini, who later became a successful composer in London. Flemish violinist Franz Lamotte was sent to Italy to study by his sponsor Maria Theresia. Like Mozart, he traveled to Naples, where he waited in vain – as did Mozart – for an audience at the court.

Reinhard Goebel has intensively studied Mozart’s musical world and those with whom he had contact. For this album, he has put together a program that illuminates the diverse relationships and reciprocal influences of the northern Europeans in Italy, including violin concertos by Linley and Lamotte

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