℗ 2006 Chandos
 

Contemporaries of Mozart: Christian Cannabich: Symphonies

London Mozart Players, Matthias Bamert

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Symphony in G Major  
1.1
I. Allegro
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
6:12
1.2
II. Andantino
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:23
1.3
III. Minuet and trio
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:26
1.4
IV. Presto assai
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:45
Symphony in A Major  
1.5
I. Allegro
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
3:17
1.6
II. Andante
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
3:44
1.7
III. Allegro ma non tanto
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:55
Symphony No. 57 in E Flat Major  
1.8
I. Allegro
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
5:02
1.9
II. Andante
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:29
1.10
III. Allegro
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:23
Symphony No. 22 in C Major  
1.11
I. Allegro moderato
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
3:32
1.12
II. Andante con brio
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
2:34
1.13
III. Un poco presto
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
3:52
Symphony in D Major  
1.14
I. Allegro con spirito
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
3:26
1.15
II. Andante grazioso
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
4:22
1.16
III. Presto assai
Christian Cannabich; London Mozart Players; Matthias Bamert
3:19
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:41
“Matthias Bamert directs shapely and balanced performances which possess an appealing palette of colours, a sense of rhetorical clarity and plenty of spontaneous charm.” - Gramophone “Matthias Bamert’s survey of music by Mozart’s contemporaries continues with this elegant programme of Cannabich symphonies. Harmonically conservative, lavishly scored, and full of the mannerist crescendi and rising figures the Mannheim Orchestra was famous for, these are fascinating examples of the style gallant. Though Cannabich had found his way to sonata form in the G major symphony, something of Telemann’s programmatic writing hangs over the Symphony in A major, while baroque affects are yet more keenly felt in the D major Symphony. The London Mozart Players’ pristine sound and careful phrasing is highly enjoyable throughout.” - The Independent on Sunday This series, which surveys the music of Mozart’s contemporaries, turns to five sinfonias by German composer Johann Christian Cannabich, works which helped develop the orchestral texture that paved the way for the symphonic style associated with the First Viennese School. Led by Matthias Bamert, the London Mozart Players bring their exceptionally polished and meticulous playing to this beautifully recorded release.
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