Haydn in Paris
Veritable apex of musical Classicism, admired by none other than Mozart, Haydn’s symphonies written for Paris have everything it takes to charm the listener: brilliance, elegance, humour, wit… Jonathan Cohen and Les Violons du Roy offer audiences a champagne-like, sparkling and sweet summer bouquet as they are joined by the French trumpet sensation Lucienne Renaud Vary.
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Lucienne Renaudin Vary, trompette
Jonathan Cohen, conductor
Franz Joseph Haydn
Symphony no. 83 in G minor, Hob. 1:83, "The Hen"
Symphony no. 85 in B-flat major, Hob. 1:85, "The Queen of France"
Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major, Hob. VIIe:1
Symphony no. 82 in C major, Hob. 1:82 "The Bear"
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