JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809) - CELLO CONCERTOS IN C and IN D - SYMPHONY IN E-FLAT 'PHILOSOPH' Op. 22 - Michal Kanka (cello) - Prague Chamber Orchestra


JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809) - CELLO CONCERTOS IN C and IN D - SYMPHONY IN E-FLAT 'PHILOSOPH' Op. 22 - Michal Kanka (cello) - Prague Chamber Orchestra

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Among the six cello concertos listed at their time, today only two are considered as authentic: the first in C, since 1961 and the other in D since 1953; both are well loved by the cellists, such as Michal Kaňka who express the post-baroque virtuoso style of the first and the pre-romantic volume of the other. As an interlude, a da chiesa symphony, unusual work with the name "the Philosopher" opens up horizons, unexpected from a Haydn in his thirties.


PRD/DSD 250 209


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