Haydn Symphonies (album)

Haydn Symphonies is an album recorded by the Oregon Symphony under the direction of Carlos Kalmar, released by Pentatone on April 7, 2017.[1][2][3] The albums was recorded at Portland, Oregon's Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in 2013, and features three symphonies by Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 53 in D Major ("The Imperial"), Symphony No. 64 in A Major ("Tempora Mutantur"), and Symphony No. 96 in D Major ("The Miracle").[1]

Haydn Symphonies
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 2017[1]
VenueArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, Oregon
Oregon Symphony chronology
Spirit of the American Range
Haydn Symphonies
Aspects of America

Track listing

Symphony No. 53 in D Major (The Imperial)
  1. I. Largo maestoso; Vivace
  2. II. Andante
  3. III. Menuetto
  4. IV. Finale: Capriccio, Moderato
Symphony No. 64 in A Major (Tempora Mutantur)
  1. I. Allegro con spirito
  2. II. Largo
  3. III. Menuetto: Allegretto
  4. IV. Finale: Presto
Symphony No. 96 in D Major (The Miracle)
  1. I. Adagio; Allegro
  2. II. Andante
  3. III. Menuetto: Allegretto
  4. IV. Finale: Vivace assai

Track listing adapted from AllMusic.[1]

Credits and personnel

  • Blanton Alspaugh – Recording Producer
  • Joost De Boo – Design
  • Mark Donahue – Mastering, Mixing
  • Simon M. Eder – Marketing, Merchandising, Production Director
  • Franz Joseph Haydn – Composer
  • Nancy Horowitz – Cover Image
  • Carlos Kalmar – Conductor, Primary Artist
  • Renaud Loranger – A&R
  • Job Maarse – A&R, Executive Producer
  • Leah Nash – Photography
  • Veronica Neo – Merchandising
  • John Newton – Engineer
  • Oregon Symphony – Orchestra, Primary Artist
  • Silvia Pietrosanti – Marketing
  • Kate Rockett – A&R
  • Elizabeth Schwartz – Liner Notes
  • Max Tiel – Product Manager
  • Dirk Jan Vink – Managing Director

Credits adapted from AllMusic.[4]

See also


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