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Symposium 21 - A Haydn Symphony

2 February 1992

THE FOUR NATIONS ENSEMBLE



Program


  • Sonata a 5 from Armonico Tributo (1682)

    Allemanda–Grave
    Adagio
    Fuga
    Adagio
    Passagaglia

     

    Georg Muffat
    1653-1704

  • Concerto in C minor for violoncello and strings, RV 401

    Allegro non molto
    Adagio
    Allegro ma non molto

     

    Antonio Vivaldi
    1678-1741
  • INTERMISSION

  • Symphony No. 100 in G Major, Hob. I/100 (1793-4)

    Adagio-Allegro
    Allegretto
    Menuet: Allegro
    Finale: Presto

     

    Franz Joseph Haydn
    1732-1809

Musicians

Members



    We wish to express our gratitude to Helicon's Members
    whose support has made possible this season's events:

    Rose Anderson, Leslie Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker, Mrs. F. Henry Berlin,
    Dorianne Beyer, Marianne Carroll & Michael Hanes, Nancy Cardozo, Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Cowen, Edward K. Dunham, M.D., V. Edward Dent, Melvin Dwork, Jere T. Farrah, Timothy B. Harwood, Louise Hodgson, Craig Logan Jackson, Beverley P. Johnson, Peggy and Maurice Kahn,
    Pat and Paul Kaplan, Paula Konikoff and Jon Blum, Ernest Levenstein, Judith Levin, Robert M. Light, Peter C. Lombardo, M.D., Roger Mohovich, Stephen C. Magowan and Octavio Feliciano,
    Zoltan Ovary, M.D., Elizabeth and Wade Parks, Susan Zolla-Pazner and Sherman Pazner, M.D.,
    Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. John Sann, Mrs. Frederick Schang III,
    Richard Schemm, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schinderman, Karen McLaughlin and Mark Schubin,
    Arlene and Bruce Simon, Lavinia and William Simon, Mrs. Edwin Steffe, Miss Alice Tully,
    Pamela Drexel Walker, and Joanne Witty & Eugene J. Keilin


    And to our other benefactors whose help has been so important:
    Jonathan Sheffer, William Hibsher, Jeanne and David Martowski