Marc-André Hamelin breathes life into three Haydn piano concertos. Album of the Week, 8 April 2013
Haydn Album Reviews
Haydn's Biblical masterpiece displays the wonders of some shining classical performers, performing his popular oratorio
A delightful collection of 27 of the 200 Scottish folksongs Haydn wrote that is brimming with character and vigour
Brautigam, performing on fortepiano, produces an enthralling recording of Haydns' works for solo keyboard
Alain Plainès revolutionises Haydns' rather conventional piano sonatas
A beautifully intense performance from the Klenke Quartet.
Quatuor Mosaïques perform Haydn’s string quartets Opus 64 - great music, great playing and great sound
The Creation is presented here in all its glory.
Jean-Efflam Bavouzet outshines Andrew Rangell with his joyous recording Haydn's Piano Sonatas as the pair go head-to-head
Highly sensitive and nuanced performances from The Szymanowski Quartet.
Claire-Marie Le Guay adds a lightness of touch and authority to these great composers.
Anima Eterna give a fantastic 'live' performance of Haydn's Missa Cellensis with Lydia Teuscher in particularly fine voice
The period-instrument Arion Baroque Orchestra stir up the ‘Storm and Stress’ of Haydn’s symphonies to tantalising effect
Haydn's concertos for the now obsolete Lire Organizzate are revived with new arrangements for recorders, flutes and oboes
Genia Kuhmeier and Thomas Quasthoff accompanied by a punchy Freiburg Baroque Orchestra bring out Haydn's humour
The overly playfulness of the Florestan Trio's playing can at times threaten to swamp Haydn's most profound piece of work
The Osiris Trio play with classical sensitivity in this collection of Romantic opera arias that will draw you in
Precise, sure-fingered yet beautifully delicate, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet warms the heart with his humour and gentle passion
London Haydn Quartet capture the urbane wit and complex intelligence of Vienna’s first superstar.
The Seasons are brought delightfully to life by Sir Colin Davis.