Brautigam Haydn

Ronald Brautigam - Haydn - Complete Music For Solo Keyboard: Box Set 15CDs (2008)

Ronald Brautigam - Haydn - Complete Music For Solo Keyboard: Box Set 15CDs (2008)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 2,36 Gb | Covers 23 Mb
Label: BIS Records | Release Year: 2008

Listeners seeking a single box of all Haydn's solo keyboard music performed on a fortepiano and recorded in digital sound need look no further. Pianist Ronald Brautigam's 15-disc set for BIS contains everything the great Austrian classical composer wrote for the instrument: the 63 piano sonatas and the 25 miscellaneous works, plus The Seven Last Words of our Savior on the Cross in a keyboard arrangement authorized by the composer.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Haydn Sinfonietta Wien - Concertos for 2 & 3 Pianos (2007) {Hybrid-SACD // ISO & HiRes FLAC}

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concertos for 2 & 3 Pianos
Haydn Sinfonietta Wien / Ronald Brautigam, Alexei Lubimov & Manfred Huss
SACD ISO (2.0/MCH): 3,13 GB | 24B/88,2kHz Stereo FLAC: 1,04 GB | Full Artwork
Label/Cat#: BIS # BIS-SACD-1618 | Country/Year: Sweden 2007 | 5% Recovery Info
Genre: Classical | Style: Viennese School

"…In short, this CD is a delight from begin to end. It will make you want to see and hear the two pieces performed live because only then can one fully enjoy the virtuosic playfulness and beauty of the musical interchange between the two pianos in the Concerto in E flat major; not to mention the pure divertimento of the Concerto in F major, which is a recreational, uplifting and entertaining." ~musicweb-international

Haydn - Complete Keyboard Sonatas  

Posted by Bibixy at June 20, 2011
Haydn - Complete Keyboard Sonatas

Haydn - Complete Keyboard Sonatas (McCabe-Schornsheim-Brautigam)
Naxos-BIS-Decca | 1997/2005/08 | 12+14+15 CD | MP3 192 Kbps
Lame encoded | Covers | Tracks | RAR | 3.85Gb | Fileserve, Filesonic

Christine Schornsheim plays a copy of a generic 18th century French instrument, an original Kirckman of 1777, a copy of a late 18th century clavichord, a Viennese-type Dulcken fortepiano of 1793, a Broadwood grand pianoforte of 1804.
John McCabe enormous pianistic talent has allowed him to record the entirety of the Haydn sonatas with great acclaim.
Ronald Brautigam plays on fortepiano, a Paul McNulty 1992 replica of an A. G. Walter 1795 original instrument.

Beethoven - Sonatas - Brautigam  

Posted by Bibixy at April 20, 2011
Beethoven - Sonatas - Brautigam

Ludwig van Beethoven - The Piano Sonatas (Brautigam)
Bis | 2005/2010 | 8 CD | MP3 192 Kbps | 8 RAR | 932Mb
Lame encoded | Covers | Tracks | Fserve, Fsonic, HotF

Following his excellent Haydn and Mozart fortepiano recordings for BIS, Ronald Brautigam turns his attention to Beethoven's complete piano music. The playing is riveting. The singular timbral qualities of Brautigam's instrument (a McNulty fortepiano based on an 1819 Conrad Graf model) enhance Brautigam's interpretive revelations. My original rating for this release was "wow!", which translates into "10/10". Don't miss it.
–Jed Distler
BBC - The Birth of British Music (2009) Part 3: Haydn - The Celebrity

BBC - The Birth of British Music (2009) Part 3: Haydn - The Celebrity
PDTVRip by JungleBoy | AVI/RAR | 720x400 | XviD 1649kbps 25.000fps | AC-3 128kbps (2 chnls)
Language: English | Subtitle: English | Runtime: 59min | 793MB | 5% Recovery
Genre: Documentary

In this episode, Charles looks at the fascinating two-way relationship the great composer Haydn had with Britain. Haydn was an astute businessman, so it was no coincidence that he chose London as the place to make his personal fortune, taking advantage of the increasing demand for subscription concerts and the lucrative domestic market.

Haydn Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rexT at June 18, 2009
Haydn Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies)

Haydn Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies)
W. Dean Sutcliffe | ISBN: 0521028353 | PDF | 359 pages | English | 12 MB

Haydn Studies deals with many new aspects of a composer who is perennially fresh. It concentrates principally on matters of reception, style and aesthetics and presents many radical new readings of the composer's work. Contributions by both established Haydn scholars and others who are new to the field combine to give a stronger sense than is generally understood of the composer's immense significance.

'Holloway's piece is the most inspiring short essay on the composer I ever hope to read, and itself provides an urgent reason why any Haydn-lover should acquire this book.' BBC Music

'W. Dean Sutcliffe deserves much praise for assembling such an impressive collection.' Times Literary Supplement
Haydn - Complete Music For Solo Keyboard / Brautigam

Haydn - Complete Music For Solo Keyboard / Brautigam
Classical | 2008 | 15 CDs | 3.4 Gb | APE+CUE+LOG+SCANS

Brautigam plays Joseph Haydn Concertos  

Posted by knmn at Oct. 27, 2007
Brautigam plays Joseph Haydn Concertos

Ronald Brautigam plays Joseph Haydn Concertos
Genre: Classical | 2004 | APE with Cue, Log & Scans | 278 Mb | Rs.com
Ronald Brautigam - Mendelssohn: Lieder ohne Worte, Books 1-4 (2012) [TR24][OF]

Ronald Brautigam - Mendelssohn: Lieder ohne Worte, Books 1-4
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 69:06 min | 1.04 GB | Digital booklet
Label: BIS | Tracks: 29 | Rls.date: 2012

If claims could be made for a certain composer to have invented a genre single-handedly, Felix Mendelssohn would be a strong candidate with his ‘Songs without Words’. The term itself can be traced back to 1828, and a letter in which Fanny Mendelssohn mention having received a ‘song without words’ as a birthday present from her brother.
Haydn - String Quartets, Op.55 Nos.2-3, Op.64, Op.71 No.1-2 (The Aeolian String Quartet) (2009)

Haydn - String Quartets, Op.55 Nos.2-3, Op.64, Op.71 No.1-2 (The Aeolian String Quartet)
Classical | DECCA 478 1267 | 2009 | TT: 69:55+77:10+57:05 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Covers | 945 Mb

The Aeolian Quartet's epic cycle, originally released in the Seventies, was one of the gramophone's major contributions to Haydn's cause. Listening to the performances anew I find they have lost none of their freshness: they were based on the latest research, and the playing itself is always intelligent and thoughtful, with Emanuel Hurwitz's sweet-toned violin-playing a great asset throughout. (Misha Donat)