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Mozart's Symphonies: Nos. 36 'Linz' - 35 'Haffner' - 41 'Jupiter' (arranged by J. N. Hummel for Flute, Violin, Cello & Piano)

Uwe Grodd, Friedemann Eichhorn, Martin Rummel, Roland Krüger

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Symphony No. 36 in C Major, K. 425 "Linz"  
1
I. Adagio - Allegro spiritoso (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
10:13
2
II. Poco adagio (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
5:50
3
III. Menuetto (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
3:02
4
IV. Presto (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
7:21
Symphony No. 35 in D Major, K. 385 "Haffner"  
5
I. Allegro con spirito (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
5:19
6
II. Andante (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
5:45
7
III. Menuetto (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
2:47
8
IV. Presto (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
4:03
Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551 "Jupiter"  
9
I. Allegro vivace (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
7:46
10
II. Andante cantabile (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
7:31
11
III. Menuetto. Allegretto (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
3:52
12
IV. Molto allegro (arr. by Johann Nepomuk Hummel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Uwe Grodd; Friedemann Eichhorn; Martin Rummel; Roland Krüger
6:44
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:13
This is the second volume of Mozart symphonies recorded by this talented quartet, all based on arrangements by J.N. Hummel for flute, violin, cello and piano. Hummel produced a series of inspired arrangements of Mozart’s symphonies; as a child he had lodged and studied with Mozart and the music on the two volumes demonstrates a profound understanding of his teacher’s art. He refused to vary a single harmony but did make some changes to accommodate contemporary early Romantic taste and to bring out intensity of orchestral colour as well as offering opportunities for pianistic virtuosity. In a review of the first volume, Fanfare said: "... Mozart in a more social, more polite guise, but no less enjoyable. Rather than acquiring yet another recording of these works in their original versions, listeners who love this music might enjoy hearing them as they are performed here. In fact, I feel quite certain that they will. Recommended."
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Schloss Weinberg, Kefermarkt, Austria, 9 - 10 July 2012
Producer, Engineer & Editor: Erich Pintar
Publisher: Artaria Editions
Booklet notes: Uwe Grodd
Cover photo: View of old Linz (Bertl123 / Dreamstime

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