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MOZART, W.A.: Symphonies, Vol. 2 (A. Fischer) - Nos. 6, 7, 7a, 8, 55

Composer(s):Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Artist(s) Fischer, Adam, Conductor • Danish National Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble
Period(s) Classical (1750-1830)
Genre Classical Music
Category Orchestral
Catalogue 6.220537
Label Dacapo
Quality   320kbps
 
 
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Review By Jens F. Laurson,Ionarts,January 2014

Best Recordings of 2013: #9 - New Release

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Review By Pedro Sancho de la Jordana Dezcallar,Ritmo,November 2013

Me he perdido. Ya no sé por dónde vamos en ese goteo lento y pausado de volúmenes con las Sinfonías de Mozart y Adam Fischer. Algún día se completará definitivamente y, no es por nada, pero con lo que llevamos escuchado sin duda añadiremos un excelente ciclo a los ya referenciales de la historia discográfica mozartiana. Son cinco las sinfonías que acoge la presente entrega y todas ellas enmarcadas en su más tierna juventud. Inquietas, vibrantes, luminosas y rebosantes de nuevas ideas y de probaturas varias. Delicioso el Andante de la K 43 basado en el dueto “Natus dacit” de su interludio latino Apollo et Hyacinthus (compuesto unos meses antes con sólo once años) así como

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Review By Alain Steffen,Pizzicato,October 2013

Adam Fischer gives Mozart the chance to show in the early symphonies the same artistic ambition than in the late symphonies. So, the listener is fully aware here of young Mozart’s genius. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Steven Ritter,Audiophile Audition,July 2013

These are the earliest of the symphonies to have been released by Fischer so far, and also one of the sprightliest and most exciting albums. The readings are full of vigor and panache, with excellent technical facility and a buzzing swarm of vibrant and fulsome emotion. Mozart’s early pieces (these were composed from 1767-68) often get the short straw by those who really don’t know them, and they are not anything like the later symphonies in complexity or profundity. But they are full of great tunes, superb craftsmanship, and a youthful zest that is the hallmark of so many of the composer’s works at this time, composed as they were for entertainments and specific occasions.

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Review By Steven Ritter,Audiophile Audition,July 2013

These are the earliest of the symphonies to have been released by Fischer so far, and also one of the sprightliest and most exciting albums. The readings are full of vigor and panache, with excellent technical facility and a buzzing swarm of vibrant and fulsome emotion. Mozart’s early pieces (these were composed from 1767-68) often get the short straw by those who really don’t know them, and they are not anything like the later symphonies in complexity or profundity. But they are full of great tunes, superb craftsmanship, and a youthful zest that is the hallmark of so many of the composer’s works at this time, composed as they were for entertainments and specific occasions.

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Review By Steven Ritter,Audiophile Audition,July 2013

These are the earliest of the symphonies to have been released by Fischer so far, and also one of the sprightliest and most exciting albums. The readings are full of vigor and panache, with excellent technical facility and a buzzing swarm of vibrant and fulsome emotion. Mozart’s early pieces (these were composed from 1767-68) often get the short straw by those who really don’t know them, and they are not anything like the later symphonies in complexity or profundity. But they are full of great tunes, superb craftsmanship, and a youthful zest that is the hallmark of so many of the composer’s works at this time, composed as they were for entertainments and specific occasions.

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Review By Steven Ritter,Audiophile Audition,July 2013

These are the earliest of the symphonies to have been released by Fischer so far, and also one of the sprightliest and most exciting albums. The readings are full of vigor and panache, with excellent technical facility and a buzzing swarm of vibrant and fulsome emotion. Mozart’s early pieces (these were composed from 1767-68) often get the short straw by those who really don’t know them, and they are not anything like the later symphonies in complexity or profundity. But they are full of great tunes, superb craftsmanship, and a youthful zest that is the hallmark of so many of the composer’s works at this time, composed as they were for entertainments and specific occasions.

more....


Review By Steven Ritter,Audiophile Audition,July 2013

These are the earliest of the symphonies to have been released by Fischer so far, and also one of the sprightliest and most exciting albums. The readings are full of vigor and panache, with excellent technical facility and a buzzing swarm of vibrant and fulsome emotion. Mozart’s early pieces (these were composed from 1767-68) often get the short straw by those who really don’t know them, and they are not anything like the later symphonies in complexity or profundity. But they are full of great tunes, superb craftsmanship, and a youthful zest that is the hallmark of so many of the composer’s works at this time, composed as they were for entertainments and specific occasions.

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