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Sturm Und Drang, Vol. 1

Ian Page, The Mozartists

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Don Juan, Wq.52  
1.1
Larghetto – Chaconne (Allegro non troppo)
Christoph Willibald Gluck; Ian Page; The Mozartists
6:18
Fetonte  
1.2
Ombre che tacite qui sede
Niccolò Jommelli; Ian Page; The Mozartists; Chiara Skerath
4:17
La Canterina, Hob. XXVIII/2  
1.3
Non v’è chi mi aiuta
Franz Joseph Haydn; Ian Page; The Mozartists; Chiara Skerath
2:49
Symphony in G Minor, Op. 3 No. 3  
1.4
I. Allegro con spirito
Franz Ignaz Beck; Ian Page; The Mozartists
7:10
1.5
II. Andante un poco adagio
Franz Ignaz Beck; Ian Page; The Mozartists
5:59
1.6
III. Minuetto e Trio
Franz Ignaz Beck; Ian Page; The Mozartists
3:44
1.7
IV. Presto
Franz Ignaz Beck; Ian Page; The Mozartists
5:08
Sofonisba  
1.8
Crudeli, ahimè, che fate?
Tommaso Traetta; Ian Page; The Mozartists; Chiara Skerath
5:15
1.9
che aspetti?
Tommaso Traetta; Ian Page; The Mozartists; Chiara Skerath
4:28
Symphony No. 49 in F Minor, Hob I:49 "La Passione"  
1.10
I. Adagio
Franz Joseph Haydn; Ian Page; The Mozartists
12:11
1.11
II. Allegro di molto
Franz Joseph Haydn; Ian Page; The Mozartists
6:16
1.12
III. Menuet e Trio
Franz Joseph Haydn; Ian Page; The Mozartists
4:15
1.13
IV. Presto
Franz Joseph Haydn; Ian Page; The Mozartists
3:02
Total Playing Time    70:52
This is the first project in a seven-volume series exploring the "Sturm und Drang" movement, which swept through all art forms in the between the early 1760s and 1780s. The purpose of this movement were to frighten and perturb through the use of wild and subjective emotional means of expression.

This series of Sturm und Drang recordings incorporates iconic compositions by Mozart, Gluck and, above all, Joseph Haydn, but it also includes largely forgotten or neglected works by less familiar names. The music featured on this disc was all composed in the 1760s. It includes ballet and opera as well as symphonies, but is drawn together by the hallmarks of the remarkably visceral and dynamic style of music that we now call ‘Sturm und Drang’.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Signum Records Studio Masters

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