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Mozart: Symphonies No. 35 in D "Haffner" / No. 36 in C "Linz" arranged for fortepiano, flute, violin and cello by J. N. Hummel
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Mozart: Symphonies No. 35 In D
Absolutely first-rate performances -- NY Times
Wonderful lightness and clarity of texture -- Washington Post
1. Sym in C 'Linz; K.425': Adagio-Allegro Spirituoso
2. Sym in C 'Linz, K.425': Adagio
3. Sym in C 'Linz, K.425': Menuett
4. Sym in C 'Linz, K.425': Presto
5. Sym in D 'Haffner, K.385': Allegro Con Spirito
6. Sym in D 'Haffner, K.385': Andante
7. Sym in D 'Haffner, K.385': Menuetto
8. Sym in D 'Haffner, K.385': Presto
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June 28, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Mozart: Symphonies No. 35 "Haffner"/No. 36 "Linz"~ Arthur J. Jr. Fiacco is a stupendous and astounding recording of Symphonies nr. 35 and 36. Mozart was a genius beyond words and still of today one can say there have been 4 composers that are in a league of their own. These being Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Wagner, and Mozart. Listening to Mozart is such a serene and powerfull experience that few composers have been able to compose such music. Being a devout Christian I can verily say that I think God spent a little extra time on genius such as that of Mozart. The book-let is wonderfull with beautifull time period art on the outside and a well written short essay to briefly explain these two symphonies. I highly recommend this recording not just to fans of Mozart but to fans of awesome and great music in general.