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Work: Symphony no. 60 in C major, "Il distratto",

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ComposerHaydn, Joseph (1732-1809)
PeriodClassical
Year1770
Work typeOrchestral
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LuganoOrchestra della Svizzera italiana at Auditorio Stelio Molo RSI in Lugano

Orchestra della Svizzera italiana at Auditorio Stelio Molo RSI in Lugano
Haydn, Veress, Killmayer
Orchestra della Svizzera italiana; Nicolas Altstaedt
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Runnicles conducts the Atlanta Symphony in the classics

Rainer Eudeikis © Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
The Atlanta Symphony manages to keep live performance flourishing under the current unprecedented circumstances.
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A pioneering spirit: Rattle’s imaginary journey through Haydn

Sir Simon Rattle © Sebastian Hanel
Sir Simon Rattle steers the LSO through a sequence of Haydn’s most forward-looking pieces while Denis Kozhukhin, as a late stand-in, is immense in Bartók’s Second Piano Concerto.
****1
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Chamber intimacy and bold brushstrokes in Boston

Bernard Haitink conducting the Boston Symphony © Robert Torres
Bernard Haitink returned for his yearly visit to Symphony Hall to conduct a program which embraced the Classical, Romantic and Modern.
****1
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Sommets Musicaux closing concert: Kammerorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunk with Maximilian Hornung

The programme for the closing concert of Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad had a familiar form: a late twentieth century concerto sandwiched between two classical pieces – a sure sign, if ever there was one, of a “difficult” work sugar-coated by material more palatable to a mainstream audience. But signs can be misleading, extremely so in this case.
****1
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Slatkin et l’Orchestre National de Lyon : Sound without Fury

Leonard Slatkin © Wei Luo
Programme en forme de patchwork à l'Auditorium de Lyon, où Leonard Slatkin propose au public un programme mêlant Haydn, Stravinsky, Tchaïkovski et Clyne pour la création de Sound and Fury.
***11
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