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Schumann, Madsen, Mozart: Works for Four Horns and Orchestra

german hornsound, Bamberger Symphoniker, Michael Sanderling

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Sinfonia di caccia in G Major "Jagdsinfonie"  
1
I. Allegro
Leopold Mozart; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
4:54
2
II. Andante, più tosto un poco allegretto a gusto d'un Echo
Leopold Mozart; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
2:44
3
III. Menuet
Leopold Mozart; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
3:32
Concertpiece in F Major for Four Horns and Orchestra, Op. 86  
4
I. Lebhaft
Robert Schumann; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
7:11
5
II. Romanze. Ziemlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend
Robert Schumann; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
4:25
6
III. Sehr Lebhaft
Robert Schumann; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
6:00
Sinfonia concertante for Four Horns and Orchestra, Op. 153  
7
I. Allegro moderato
Trygve Madsen; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
6:37
8
II. Adagio
Trygve Madsen; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
6:26
9
III. Allegro moderato
Trygve Madsen; german hornsound; Bamberger Symphoniker; Michael Sanderling
6:39
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    48:28
"... an extraordinary disc ... an absolutely delightful programme, most highly recommended to horn fanciers, lovers of these two classic scores and to those looking for outstanding new works to savour and chuckle over."
- Fanfare

The four musicians of german hornsound are joined by the Bamberger Symphoniker led by Michael Sanderling on this recording of works composed for horns and orchestra. The Sinfonia Concertante by Trygve Madsen receives its world premiere and is presented here along with two other works, Leopold Mozart's Jagdsinfonie and Robert Schumann's stormy Concertpiece for Four Horns, music tailored for german hornsound.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Konzerthalle Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany December 12 - 14, 2014 (Schumann), December 15, 2014 (Madsen), December 16, 2014 (Mozart)
Executive producer: Pauline Heister (BR), Christoph Eß
Producer: Torsten Schreier
Balance engineer: Peter Collmann
Editing and mastering: Torsten Schreier English
Translation: Matthew Harris Booklet Editing: Johanna Brause
Photography: Michael Trippel (Bamberger Symphoniker, german hornsound), Marco Borggreve (Michael Sanderling)
Layout: Sabine Kahlke-Rosenthal, Leipzig
Graphic design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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