Théâtre des Champs Élysées

Orchestre de chambre de Paris
Sascha Goetzel  direction
Jean-Guihen Queyras  cello  

A programme ranging from Mozart senior to Schubert and including Mozart and Haydn, with up-and-coming Viennese conductor Sascha Goetzel

Leopold Mozart  K.deest Symphony G. 16 « Neue Lambacher »
Haydn  Concerto for cello and orchestra Hob. VIIb:1
Mozart  Symphony No. 1 K. 16
Schubert  Symphony No. 3 D. 200

Did you know that the score of one of the best-known cello concertos, Haydn’s Concerto in C Major, was only rediscovered in 1961 in the National Library in Prague? Or that the “Neue Lambacher” symphony, now attributed to Leopold Mozart, was for many years believed to have been penned by his son, Wolfgang Amadeus? In fact, the First Symphony, composed by the young musical prodigy at the age of 8 during a trip to London, was merely an exercise set by his demanding father! 

Several decades later, in 1815, a young Franz Schubert finished his Third Symphony in nine days. The influence of Haydn and Mozart’s compositional styles is clear in this score, which is often closer in style to a divertimento than to a Romantic symphony. 


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