haydn creation best recording

Nicholas Parker, prod. And in this seminal 2006 recording, Paul McCreesh employed a similar number. by Lance » Sat May 17, 2008 8:52 pm, Post Haydn’s stupendous, joyous and uplifting oratorio Die Schöpfung (The Creation) is thrillingly brought to life in this recording with Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducting the Houston Symphony, with the Houston Symphony Chorus and the acclaimed operatic soloists Nicole Heaston, Toby Spence and Peter Rose. Sign in to manage your newsletter preferences. TT: 108:56 Performance ***** Sound ***** Between 1796 and 1798, when Haydn composed The Creation… by dulcinea » Tue Apr 29, 2008 1:18 pm, Post That actually helps to clarify Haydn’s intricately interwoven choral writing further, and little is lost in terms of communicative impact. The soloists are finely matched, and Harry Christophers directs stylishly. For the Nelson Mass, I have two recordings - the previously mentioned recording by Willcocks, and then I also have Trevor Pinnock's recording. It is a deeply spiritual performance. Live multi-camera recording of a concert featuring Haydn Creation. by Lance » Mon Oct 20, 2008 11:59 pm, Post by John F » Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:14 am, Post I don't have that one, but based on my knowledge of Münchinger's Bach's works in that marvelous 10-CD Decca CD boxed set [455.783], his Haydn "The Creation" would be extraordinary. My favorite recording of the Paris Symphonies is Harnoncourt wiht the Concentus Musicus Wien on DHM: 81JQwWSILdL._SX522_.jpg This one is terrific too - but apparently out of print: 61jyCxHfHlL._SS500.jpg My favorite recording of the London symphonies is Sigiswald Kuijken with Le Petit Bande on DHM. It is extremely clear and easy to understand especially the chorus. by TopoGigio » Thu Apr 24, 2008 9:43 am, Post 2821. Haydn’s Creation – Soprano Chorus Rehearsal Aid. Haydn: Creation/Christie. Agree about Nelson Mass (Missa in Angustiis). I have several. Access to the Foundation may be limited or revoked at any time without expressed reason. Haydn composed this supreme choral masterpiece late in his career. ‘Awake the harp’ bursts into life, its fugal argument invigorating, while ‘The heavens are telling’ gathers a tremendous cumulative excitement. by Lance » Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:47 pm, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 54 guests. The Houston Symphony announced today the international release of the live recording of Haydn-The Creation on the Dutch classical music label Pentatone. Click here to subscribe to BBC Music Magazine, reviews of the latest Haydn recordings here, Simon Rattle to leave the London Symphony Orchestra for the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, The best opera recordings released on CD and DVD in 2021 so far, The best classical albums released in 2020. You mean if I got this one, I would have a top notch recording that neither chalkie or lance own. The skull story is pretty interesting, we had a thread about it sometime Topo, you love searching our vaults so see if you can find it... At this late stage in my life, I'd get along just as well with the old 2-LP Bernstein set (doubtless, it's long since reen reissued on CD). Good music is that which falls upon the ear with ease, and quits the memory with difficulty. Recording of the Week, Stunning new Haydn Creation from Paul McCreesh. The first of Herbert von Karajan’s two commercial recordings of The Creation is famous for its stellar soloists, particularly the superlative tenor Fritz Wunderlich. Purchase on Amazon It will come as a shock to anyone who knows, and has been disappointed by, his anemic interpretations of the symphonies. Elisabeth Grummer (soprano), Josef Traxel (tenor), Gottlob Frick (bass)Der Chor der St. Hedwigs-Kathedrale Berlin & Die Berliner Symphoniker, Karl ForsterWarner Classics 723 5442. While there are quite a few recordings, this is certainly NOT an overly recorded composition. Post Listen to a special binaural recording of a live performance from the BBC Proms 2019. Your 'hot spot' for all classical music subjects. McCreesh modified the English text for this recording to address its acknowledged errors and infelicities. 24 FLAC Discount 2 CDs. The Frieburger Barockorchestra and conductor René Jacobs, who were not at their best in their recent Mozart Symphony recording, sound absolutely at home in Haydn, playing with full vigor and sublime expression in this overwhelming oratorio. Haydn The Creation. There’s some splendid singing, but overall a sense of joy is missing. Recommended recording: Gabrieli Consort & Players/Paul McCreesh DG Archiv 477 7361 Could be the Sacher Foundation lays low to avert countless peoples and art groups/composers, etc., coming to them for monetary support. Anyway, what few recordings I have of Paul Sacher have been memorable, especially his collaborations with Clara Haskil, Dinu Lipatti, Maurice André, and Mstislav Rostropovich. DDD. The Creation is quite possibly Haydn’s single greatest achievement. Seefried alone, in her prime and at her best as the (literally) angelic Gabriel and as Eve, would make the recording a must-hear, but it has a lot more to offer as well. Taking in more Haydn & Handel is an issue I've long been dealing with. This is partly because the surviving English libretto is a rather stilted translation from the German, and McCreesh has "fine-tuned" it for this recording. by Lance » Sun May 18, 2008 10:17 am, Post The Creation (German: Die Schöpfung) is an oratorio written between 1797 and 1798 by Joseph Haydn (Hob. Post by Lance » Tue Apr 15, 2008 7:41 pm Believe-it-or-not, I'm looking to acquire a CD recording of Haydn's great oratorio, The Creation (Die Schöpfung). SOPRANO VOICE EMPHASISED – ALL OTHER VOICES DIMINISHED: Joseph Haydn Part 2 - And the Spirit of God. The huge majority of recordings of the Creation are sung in German, although Haydn conceived it as a work to be sung in either German or English. The London Symphonies, Vol 1 (Nos 95, 96, 98, 102, 103, 104) Haydn composed twelve London Symphonies and several of them are among his best works. In using period instruments and the English text it is an obvious rival to McCreesh’s version, but with a more typical complement of performers (about 90). Save when you subscribe today and get your magazine + CD delivered direct to your door from the UK! 94 (‘Surprise’) That super-loud chord in the second movement! I have several on LP, one on CD (mono only). Haydn’s The Creation Considered as one of Joseph Haydn’s most profound classical works, The Creation will have Durban audiences in good cheer at the Playhouse Company’s Grand Opera Theatre this festive season on the 20th of December at 15h00 for only one spectacular performance open to the public. And yet it has a glowing authenticity all its own, not least because of its wonderfully ripe-toned, expressive soloists. Conversely, I should add one on non-period, but I'll want to see either the Concertgebouw or Philips involved. Believe it or not, the cheap Vanguard is the "correct" answer... As I listened to THE CREATION and THE SEASONS for the first time, back in 1970-72, I could not keep from crying as FJH kept presenting one unforgettably catchy tune after another, each new one better than the one before. by TopoGigio » Mon May 19, 2008 12:17 pm, Post Haydn String Quartets, op. The best examples of Haydn's gloriously imaginative and enduringly popular oratorio, The Creation, on disc January 1, 2021 at 8:33 am The best recording of Haydn’s Creation Paul McCreesh (conductor) Sandrine Piau (soprano), Miah Persson (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Peter Harvey (baritone), Neal Davies (bass); Gabrieli Consort & Players I was disappointed in Boston Baroque’s recording of Cherubini’s C-Minor Requiem (Fanfare 30:5), but this Creation has, from its orchestral introduction, an essential rightness—of mood, sonority, drama, and tempo.As with Dinu Lipatti’s Schumann Concerto (the first time I experienced such a feeling), this is the way it should go. But ultimately it is Paul McCreesh himself who takes the laurels for this virtually definitive performance. by Wallingford » Sun May 18, 2008 4:38 pm, Post Read more reviews of the latest Haydn recordings here, Find out more about Haydn and his works here. by slofstra » Thu Apr 17, 2008 12:28 pm, Post At the same time, no other performance of The Creation is as full of such nuance and colouristic variety. An excellent choice if you favour modern instruments and truly timeless solo singing. by Bösendorfer » Wed Apr 16, 2008 11:22 pm, Post The 1960's Karajan-Berlin Philharmonic DG set with Fischer-Dieskau, and Wunderlich is my favorite. Haydn's "The Creation" - best CD recordings? What are the chances of that? But Karajan’s approach to the score often has a juggernaut-like quality which seems pompous and grandiose compared to rival versions. Buy Now from Arkiv Music Recording Details: Reference Recording: Hogwood (L'Oiseau Lyre), Spering (Naxos), McCreesh (Archiv) JOSEPH HAYDN - The Creation. Joseph Haydn Part 2 - And the Spirit of God. by Lance » Tue Apr 29, 2008 12:05 am, Post Haydn’s Creation – Soprano Chorus Rehearsal Aid. by Lance » Thu Apr 17, 2008 1:49 pm, Post Gundula Janowitz, Christa Ludwig, Fritz Wunderlich, Werner Krenn, Walter Berry, Dietrich Fischer-DieskauWiener Singverein & Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von KarajanDG 4497612. References to shortcomings and mistakes in the attribution or arrangement of documents are welcome at any time. by Chalkperson » Tue Apr 15, 2008 3:33 pm, Post by Sylph » Tue Oct 21, 2008 8:42 am, Post The present regulations are subject to modification, I wanted to bring up this thread again because I have been listening to a "cheapy" two-CD set of excerpts from Haydn's. ; Jonathan Stokes, eng. Non-classical music subjects are to be posted in the Corner Pub. This performance of Haydn's Creation is top notch. It is Robert Shaw's and Alice Parker's revised translation of the libretto, probably the best translation available. At least you should have one on period instruments as well. ... but with so much competition readily available it’s just not the best you can do. The results are magnificent, recreating the kind of visceral impact which made The Creation’s early performances a sensation. The Handel and Haydn Society of Boston gave the North American premiere of The Creation 200 years ago, and this live performance from 2015 shows the society to be still in prime fettle. XXI:2), and considered by many to be one of his masterpieces. If what you want is Hadyn filtered through the late nineteenth century, this is a fine performance, and the singers and orchestra are the very best. This Berlin recording (of the German text of The Creation) was made nearly 60 years ago, long before the period instrument movement caught up with Haydn. 66. 1732 – 1809. Telarc 80298 - Robert Shaw/Atlanta Symphony (in English), Phonographe 5029/30 - Clemens Krauss/Vienna Philharmonic (r. 1942), Philips 446.175 - Eugen Jochum/Bavarian Radio Orchestra, DGG 449.761 - Herbert von Karajan/Berlin Philharmonic. Jochum had some of the finest singers of the 1950s performing as soloists (the recording was made at a live performance on April 28, 1951 in Munich). Review by: David Hurwitz. Haydn had both German and English texts of the libretto before him when he wrote The Creation. ‘Rollend in schäumenden Wellen’, for instance, lumbers in a proto-Wagnerian fashion, while the concluding ‘Singt dem Herren’ courts virtual stasis. Consequently, and rightly, the English version has been considered inferior and is rarely used. Take Raphael’s recitative ‘Straight opening her fertile womb’, which is a masterclass in intelligent pacing and word-painting from bass Neal Davies, vividly illustrated by the orchestra’s semaphored imitations of earth’s various creatures as they come into being. by Espri » Tue Jun 03, 2008 3:03 pm, Post The best examples of Haydn's gloriously imaginative and enduringly popular oratorio, The Creation, on disc, Paul McCreesh (conductor) Sandrine Piau (soprano), Miah Persson (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Peter Harvey (baritone), Neal Davies (bass); Gabrieli Consort & PlayersDeutsche Grammophon 477 7361. One of my favorite recordings of about half of the string quartets is Mosaiques … Confronted with an inaccurate, unpoetic text and some awkward text setting, conductor Paul McCreesh set about to create a new English translation that fit the composer's musical syntax. Sarah Tynan (soprano), Jeremy Ovenden (tenor) & Matthew Brook (bass-baritone)Handel and Haydn Society/Harry ChristophersCoro COR16135. DES HERREN RUHM, ER BLEIBT IN EWIGKEIT! This extraordinary recording of Haydn's The Creation may just be Christopher Hogwood's best release of anything. SURPRISE! Recorded in Cologne … Alleluya! Haydn ’s vivid musical portrait of the Biblical creation story up to the creation of Adam and Eve is direct yet charmingly apt. Alfred Brendel’s 4 CD set of Haydn’s best Piano Sonatas is a staple of the piano recording history and should be in any Haydn or piano lover’s library. The great cry of ‘light’ in the work’s opening paragraph is predictably incandescent, and across the performance the choruses bristle with a freshness and natural energy symbolic of the process of creation itself. The orchestral playing is gracefully pointed, and the stereo sound is satisfyingly full-bodied. Haydn's masses are wonderful. by slofstra » Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:49 pm, Post by Chalkperson » Sat Apr 19, 2008 12:30 am, Post by slofstra » Tue Apr 15, 2008 4:19 pm, Post Involving and immersive stuff. Here is what Robbins Landon says: "Haydn spent almost the whole of 1797 and 1798 on the composition of The Creation. by Chalkperson » Sun May 18, 2008 3:41 pm, Post It is becoming increasingly fashionable to claim that The Seasons contains a higher proportion of top rate Haydn than The Creation. Symphony No. Register now to continue reading Thank you for visiting Gramophone and making use of our archive of more than 50,000 expert reviews, features, awards and blog articles. The Creation is some of the best music written by Haydn at the height of his powers. By entering your details, you are agreeing to Classical Music terms and conditions and privacy policy. Tenor Mark Padmore (as Uriel) matches Davies in verbal acuity, and soprano Sandrine Piau is a vibrant Gabriel. Miah Persson and Peter Harvey repay the investment with a fresh, bright account of their duet ‘Graceful consort’. Believe-it-or-not, I'm looking to acquire a CD recording of Haydn's great oratorio. HAYDN The Creation Sandrine Piau, Miah Persson, sopranos; Mark Padmore, tenor; Peter Harvey, baritone; Neal Davies, bass; Chetham's Chamber Choir, Gabrieli Consort of Players; Paul McCreesh Archiv 477 7361 (2 CDs). It was this retranslation (which was in fact full of inaccuracies and grammatical errors) that Handel used in creating alternate text settings when the two languages couldn't be musically reconciled. by TopoGigio » Mon May 19, 2008 9:29 pm, Post Live recording of Haydn - Creation. Since I see this was started a while back, did you buy a CD, ↳   ARCHIVED: Classical Music Chatterbox May 2006 to Feb 26 2007, ↳   ARCHIVED: Corner Pub May 2006 to Feb 26 2007, ↳   ARCHIVED: Classical Music Chatterbox August 2005 to May 31, 2006, ↳   ARCHIVED: Corner Pub August 2005 to May 31, 2006, ↳   ARCHIVED Classical Music Chatterbox March-August 05. Forster is no slouch either, though some of the big choruses are on the slow side. (sung in German) Sun Hae Im (soprano), Jan Kobow (tenor), Hanno Müller-Brachmann (bass) VokalEnsemble Köln, Capella Augustina, Andreas Spering. Video mix was done live and projected onto a large screen above the performers. by Chris O'Reilly. I can't really specify a favourite, as it's not a work I know at all. Haydn - The Creation (Monteverdi Choir/English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner) John Eliot Gardiner manages to coax out the sinewy intensity of the opening from one of Haydn's most free-form and experimental works. by Chalkperson » Tue Apr 15, 2008 5:33 pm, Post Joseph Haydn: The Creation - As Kapellmeister to Prince Esterházy, Haydn composed numerous instrumental works and various operas, as well as making important contributions to the genre of church music, including fourteen Latin masses, of which only twelve are authentic or complete; these are complemented by motets and offertories, two important Te Deum settings, two Salve Reginas, a … Take scholar/pianist Charles Rosen, for example. The sound is vivid too, especially in high-resolution download format. This one, from 2003, fits the bill impressively. Welcome to the new Classical Music Guide Online Forums! The choirs of the Gabrieli Consort and Chetham’s Chamber Choir totalled 91 singers, and the period instrument orchestra included double trumpets and timpani, plus triple woodwind. 2008. His version is graceful and elegant, and sounds completely natural -- it could easily become the standard English version. by Lance » Mon May 19, 2008 8:32 pm, Post Joseph HAYDN (1732-1809) The Creation (sung in German) (1798) [96:09] Amanda Forsythe (soprano) ... [69:22 + 27:21] This delicious new recording of The Creation is a real treat. The recording itself is excellent. Even for a benevolent group, these things can get way out of hand. Already have an account with us? Offer,Haydn: The Creation. by sfbugala » Wed Apr 30, 2008 12:26 am, Post by Chalkperson » Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:08 pm, Post Let every thing that has breath praise the Lord! About 180 performers participated in the Viennese premiere of The Creation. by Lance » Tue Apr 15, 2008 2:41 pm, Post by TopoGigio » Sun May 18, 2008 12:30 pm, Post Haydn was adamant, though, that The Creation should be sung in the language of its listeners, and approved translations into a number of languages. In writing The Creation, Haydn referred mainly to the German version of the words, so it’s arguable that every collection needs a recording in that language. by Espri » Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:29 am, Post by Gary » Sat Apr 19, 2008 6:13 am, Post by Sylph » Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:33 pm, Post by TopoGigio » Sun May 18, 2008 4:36 am, Post Performed on period instruments with an excellent choir and fresh-toned soloists, Spering’s interpretation is zesty and rhythmic, with plenty of intelligent detailing. It comes from the most famous of the New World’s period ensembles, led by their irrepressible music director, Martin Pearlman. by slofstra » Fri Apr 18, 2008 4:39 pm, Post The closing chorus – ‘Praise the Lord, uplift your voices!’ in McCreesh’s rendering – caps the performance gloriously, the choir exhilaratingly uninhibited and unanimous despite their number, the soloists communicating an infectious enthusiasm at the ‘new-created world’ around them. 46. You probably know how much I like Tafelmusik in general and this is one of my favourite recordings period: Lance, could you actually settle for only one recording? by Lance » Fri Apr 18, 2008 9:18 pm, Post The oratorio depicts and celebrates the creation of the world as described in the Book of Genesis. Documents must be left in the order in which they were found, even if the user discovers this order to be incorrect. The best recordings of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos; The Creation.,, ... eesh-haydn. by stenka razin » Tue Apr 15, 2008 4:13 pm, Post by TopoGigio » Tue Oct 21, 2008 8:19 am, Post He wrote it towards the end of his life (between 1796 and 98), having spent the previous forty years gaining international popularity with his symphonies, quartets and keyboard sonatas.

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