About this title: Recorded in 1988 at the first crest of the period instrument movement, Jeffrey Tate and the English Chamber Orchestra's several discs of Haydn's London Symphonies were not highly regarded at the time they were first released. In those days, a modern instrument orchestra, even a chamber-sized modern instrument orchestra, was judged prima facia ineligible to play Haydn, and the English Chamber Orchestra's plush-toned strings, warm-hearted winds, brush-polished brass, and big-bottomed timpani were deemed ipso facto ...
Tracks on this album
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