Made & printed in West Germany. The Academy of Ancient Music plays on authentic instruments. Recording location: St. Barnabas Church, London, August 1984. The 40-page booklet contains extensive notes in English, French and German. Booklet and CD are stored in a standard jewel case with black tray. Cover painting: Ascent of Lunardi's Balloon from St. George's Fields, c. 1788-90 by . Ibbortson, Museum of London.
The Symphony No. 94 in G major (H. 1/94) is the second of the twelve London symphonies written by Joseph Haydn. It is popularly known as the Surprise Symphony. Haydn wrote the symphony in 1791 in London for a concert series he gave during the first of his visits to England (1791–1792). The premiere took place at the Hanover Square Rooms in London on March 23, 1792, with Haydn leading the orchestra seated at a fortepiano.
Published here as Symphony N. in G. (And misfiled as Symphony Ho. :3 in BDH's catalog. Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 2e série, 63e année, Nº 28, 11 Juillet 1874, . 61, . 053.
This album was released on the label L'Oiseau-Lyre (catalog number 414 330-2 OH. 49 - ‚‚La Passione’’, Simfonia Nr. 59 - "Feuersymphonie". Schubert: "Unfinished" Symphony No. 8 In B Minor, Haydn: "Oxford" Symphony No. 92 In G Major
The Symphony No. 94 was premiered under Haydn's direction on March 23, 1792, in the middle of the second season. The symphony opens tenderly, with a genial, gently rocking main theme that builds up quite a head of steam as it is developed. There is a nice passage for the woodwinds just before the movement's ending.
Symphony No. 96 (Haydn). Franz) Joseph Haydn (/ˈdʒoʊzəf ˈhaɪdən/; German: ; 31 March 1732 – 31 May 1809) was a prominent and prolific Austrian composer of the Classical period. He was instrumental in the development of chamber music such as the piano trio and his contributions to musical form have earned him the epithets "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet". BBC Music, Volume 13, Number 9: Symphony Nos. 77 & 76 (The Academy of Ancient Music, feat. conductor: Christopher Hogwood) released: 2005. Sonates Vol. 3 (piano: Alain Planès) released: 2004. Amadeus Quartet: 1951-1957 released: 2003. XVI, 49 (Stein fortepiano) & 52 (Walter fortepiano) released: Surprise Symphony No. 94 in G Major released: A Celebration 1955-1995 - Bonus CD released: Concertos for Flute and Oboe released
Symphony No. 94 (Haydn). The Symphony No. 1/94) is the second of the twelve so-called London symphonies written by Joseph Haydn. YouTube Encyclopedic. Introducing Haydn - Symphony No. 94 "Surprise". In German it is commonly referred to as the Symphony "mit dem Paukenschlag"-"with the kettledrum stroke"). In Haydn's old age, his biographer George August Griesinger, asked him whether he wrote this "surprise" to awaken the audience. Haydn replied: No, but I was interested in surprising the public with something new, and in making a brilliant debut, so that my student Pleyel, who was at that time engaged by an orchestra in London (in 1792) and whose concerts had opened a week before mine, should not outdo me.
Disc 1: No. 93 in D major/No. 94 in G major "Surprise - Mit dem Paukenschlag"/No 103 in E major "Drum Roll - Mit dem Paukenwirbel - Roulement de timbales". Disc 2: No 95 in C minor/No. 99 in E flat major/No. 104 inn D major "London - Londoner Symphonie - Londres. Disc 3: No 96 in D major "The Miracle", No 97 in C major/No 98 in B flat major. Disc 4: No. 100 in G major "Military - Militar-Symphonie - Militaire"/No. 101 in D major :The Clock - Die Uhr - L'Horloge"/No. Jochum's recordings of Haydn's "London Symphonies" are essential to a serious collector's personal collection as well as to the libraries of musical institutions. Jochum's approach, like those of Beecham, Bernstein, and Walter (the last-named of whom made too regrettably few Haydn recordings), is decidedly large and symphonic in scope.
Joseph Haydn, Academy Of Ancient Music & Christopher Hogwood - Symphony No. 94 "Surprise", "Mit Dem Paukenschlag" & Symphony No. 96 "Miracle" (LP, Album). 475 9111 DM. Haydn, The Academy Of Ancient Music & Christopher Hogwood. Haydn, The Academy Of Ancient Music & Christopher Hogwood - Symphony No. 94 "Surprise" & Symphony No. 96 "Miracle" (CD, Album).