Marriner Haydn

Haydn - String Quartets, Op.33, Op.42, Op.50 No.1 (The Aeolian String Quartet) (2009)

Haydn - String Quartets, Op.33, Op.42, Op.50 No.1 (The Aeolian String Quartet)
Classical | DECCA 478 1267 | 2009 | TT: 72:50+73:00 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 700 Mb

The Aeolian Quartet's epic cycle, originally released in the Seventies, was one of the gramophone's major contributions to Haydn's cause. Listening to the performances anew I find they have lost none of their freshness: they were based on the latest research, and the playing itself is always intelligent and thoughtful, with Emanuel Hurwitz's sweet-toned violin-playing a great asset throughout. (Misha Donat)

Haydn - Masses (Neville Marriner) (2005)  

Posted by Ebisu at Aug. 25, 2013
Haydn - Masses (Neville Marriner) (2005)

Haydn - Masses (Neville Marriner) (2005)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 608.38 MB
Label: EMI | Catalog N.: 7243 5 86546 2 2 | TT: 135:53

This is really great musical stuff, worthy of EMI's Gemini collection (I can't praise however some other stuff in it) and yet now you can get your hands on this recordings for a ludicrous price, according to t the extent of EMI's self-esteem plummeting in recent years.
These were the fruits of a top professional relationship in the 80s between The Leipzig Radio choir - that choirmasters' dream - , Staatskapelle Dresden - conductors ' dream - and Neville Marriner at the peak of his powers, or P. Schreier,plus Philips or EMI in the technical department, great soloists, not forgetting the great acoustics of Dresden's Lukaskirche. Of the same period, similar soloists and EMI Germany wizardry but this time.
Mozart - Marriner & Marriner - Clarinet Concerto, Clarinet Quintet (2004) [Official Digital Download 24bit/88,2kHz]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Clarinet Concerto K. 622, Clarinet Quintet K. 581
Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields - Andrew Marriner - Sir Neville Marriner
FLAC: 977 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Pentatone # PTC 5186 048 | Country/Year: Europe 2004
Genre: Classical | Style: Viennese School, Clarinet | Source:
Haydn - Die Jahreszeiten / The Seasons (Marriner, ASMF, 1981)

Haydn - Die Jahreszeiten / The Seasons (1981)
Neville Marriner - Academy of St Martin in the Fields - Laszlo Heltay (chorus master)
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone, Simon) - Edith Mathis (soprano, Hanne) - Siegfried Jerusalem (tenor, Lukas)

Choral / Oratorio | EAC | FLAC+log+cue | full scans | 2CD | 534 MB

Modern audiences remain as enthusiastic about Haydn's Creation as his first audiences–who went wild in both London and Vienna–but we've lost our taste for his other masterpiece, The Seasons. For one thing, nobody considers James Thompson's famous poem great anymore; to modern tastes all this ecstatic nature paimting verges on the insipid, so it's fine to have it rendered in German (the words in English don't help a listener's appreciation).
BBC - The Birth of British Music (2009) Part 3: Haydn - The Celebrity

BBC - The Birth of British Music (2009) Part 3: Haydn - The Celebrity
PDTVRip by JungleBoy | AVI/RAR | 720x400 | XviD 1649kbps 25.000fps | AC-3 128kbps (2 chnls)
Language: English | Subtitle: English | Runtime: 59min | 793MB | 5% Recovery
Genre: Documentary

In this episode, Charles looks at the fascinating two-way relationship the great composer Haydn had with Britain. Haydn was an astute businessman, so it was no coincidence that he chose London as the place to make his personal fortune, taking advantage of the increasing demand for subscription concerts and the lucrative domestic market.

Haydn Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rexT at June 18, 2009
Haydn Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies)

Haydn Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies)
W. Dean Sutcliffe | ISBN: 0521028353 | PDF | 359 pages | English | 12 MB

Haydn Studies deals with many new aspects of a composer who is perennially fresh. It concentrates principally on matters of reception, style and aesthetics and presents many radical new readings of the composer's work. Contributions by both established Haydn scholars and others who are new to the field combine to give a stronger sense than is generally understood of the composer's immense significance.

'Holloway's piece is the most inspiring short essay on the composer I ever hope to read, and itself provides an urgent reason why any Haydn-lover should acquire this book.' BBC Music

'W. Dean Sutcliffe deserves much praise for assembling such an impressive collection.' Times Literary Supplement
Accademia Bizantina and Ottavio Dantone - Haydn Symphonies 78, 79, 80 and 81 (2016)

Accademia Bizantina and Ottavio Dantone - Haydn Symphonies 78, 79, 80 and 81 (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, artworks - 558 MB | 01:43:38
Classical | Label: Decca Music | Release Year: 2016

These four symphonies have been specially recorded for the upcoming Decca Classics Haydn: Complete Symphonies, a 36 CD set to be released in 2016. This will be the first Haydn symphony cycle on period instruments. Accademia Bizantina under Ottavio Dantone return to Decca, with future projects including repertoire from both Bach and Mozart. This little-known quartet of Haydn symphonies 78-81 date from the years 1782-1784 when Haydn still served as kapellmeister to the Esterhazy family in their spectacular summer and winter palaces in Esterháza (present day Hungary) and Eisenstadt (Austria) where the music was first performed.
Haydn - 6 String Quartets, Op. 20 (The Aeolian String Quartet) (2009)

Haydn - 6 String Quartets, Op. 20 (The Aeolian String Quartet)
Classical | DECCA 478 1267 | 2009 | TT: 66:42+63:00 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 617 MB

The Aeolian Quartet's epic cycle, originally released in the Seventies, was one of the gramophone's major contributions to Haydn's cause. Listening to the performances anew I find they have lost none of their freshness: they were based on the latest research, and the playing itself is always intelligent and thoughtful, with Emanuel Hurwitz's sweet-toned violin-playing a great asset throughout. (Misha Donat)
Haydn - 6 String Quartets, Op. 17 (The Aeolian String Quartet) (2009)

Haydn - 6 String Quartets, Op. 17 (The Aeolian String Quartet)
Classical | DECCA 478 1267 | 2009 | TT: 72:09+61:00 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 668 MB

The Aeolian Quartet's epic cycle, originally released in the Seventies, was one of the gramophone's major contributions to Haydn's cause. Listening to the performances anew I find they have lost none of their freshness: they were based on the latest research, and the playing itself is always intelligent and thoughtful, with Emanuel Hurwitz's sweet-toned violin-playing a great asset throughout. (Misha Donat)
Ingrid Jacoby & Sir Neville Marriner - Mozart: Piano Concertos (2016) [TR24][OF]

Ingrid Jacoby & Sir Neville Marriner - Mozart: Piano Concertos
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 69:29 min | 1.43 GB | Front Cover
Label: ICA Classics | Tracks: 09 | Rls.date: 2016

Elegance and energy characterise this account of K453, Ingrid Jacoby especially attractive to listen to in her fluid and dynamic playing, crispy phrased and also affectionate without losing the Concerto s bigger picture, and most attentively accompanied by the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and Sir Neville Marriner. Separating such lively music-making (the playful and ultimately witty Finale brings a smile), the soulful slow movement is particularly eloquent with some very expressive contributions from woodwind soloists, and Jacoby digs deep into the music's potential.