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Haydn: The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross

Jenő Jandó

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Die 7 letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze, Hob.XX:1C  
1.1
Introduction: Maestoso ed adagio
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
5:27
1.2
Sonata 1: Pater, Pater, dimitte illis, quia nesciunt quid faciunt: Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
7:13
1.3
Sonata 2: Hodie mecum eris in paradiso: Grave e cantabile
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
8:56
1.4
Sonata 3: Ecce Mulier, filius tuus: Grave
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
9:54
1.5
Sonata 4: Deus meus, Deus meus, ut quid dereliquisti me: Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
7:22
1.6
Sonata 5: Sitio: Adagio
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
9:45
1.7
Sonata 6: Consummatum est: Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
8:30
1.8
Sonata 7: In manus tuas, Domine, commendo spiritum meum: Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
8:23
1.9
Il terremoto (The Earthquake): Presto
Franz Joseph Haydn; Jenő Jandó
2:08
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    67:38
Hungarian pianist Jénö Jandó presents Haydn's The Seven Last Words, composed at the request of a priest to mark Good Friday. A year after the original orchestral version, Haydn arranged the work for string quartet; a version for solo piano was also prepared, although not by Haydn himself. He gave his wholehearted approval, noting that it was "very good and made with particular care." That version is performed here by Jandó, a noted Haydn expert and one of the most prolific artists in classical music with over 60 albums to his credit.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Phoenix Studio, Diósd, Hungary, on 22nd and 23rd July, 2013 Producer: Ibolya Tóth Engineer: János Bohus Editor: Ádam Boros Booklet notes: Keith Anderson Cover by Rui Vale de Sousa (Fotolia)

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