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Carl Stamitz: Four Symphonies

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Carl Stamitz: Four Symphonies - L'Arte del Mondo; Werner Ehrhardt (conductor)
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  1. Symphony in D minor, Op. 15/3
  2. Symphony in E flat major, Kai. 38
  3. Symphony in E minor, Op. 15/2
  4. Symphony in F major ("La chasse")
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Carl Stamitz, son of Mannheim composer Johann Stamitz, toured all over Europe and was a famous figure in the last third of the 18th century, well regarded almost everywhere. The exception was Mozart, who -- probably out of jealousy, as annotator Olaf Krone suggested (the notes are in English, German, and French) -- wrote that Stamitz and his brother Anton were "miserable note scribblers and players -- boozers and whoremongers -- which isn't my kind of people." The Mozartian pique is especially interesting to devotees of ...