Many thanks to Jean-Luc for this great 1st pressing
The serenade for orchestra in D major, K. 250 (248b), popularly known as the Haffner Serenade, is a serenade by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart named for the Haffner family. Mozart’s friend and contemporary Sigmund Haffner the Younger commissioned the serenade to be used in the course of the festivities before the wedding of his sister Marie Elisabeth Haffner and her intended, Franz Xaver Spaeth. The Serenade was first played on 21 July 1776, on the eve of the wedding. It is in eight movements. The second, third and fourth movements feature prominent violin solos. Indeed, the rondeau (the fourth movement) has been arranged for solo violin and used as a popular virtuoso piece. It is assumed that the Marcia K. 249 was intended as entrance and exit music together with this Serenade.
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Orchestra: Sinfonie-Orchester Des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Conductor: Rafael Kubelik
Number of Discs: 1
DR-Analysis: DR 13
Size: 1,99 GB
|Serenade Nr.7 D-Dur K V 250 >>Haffner<<|
|A1||Allegro Maestoso – Allegro Molto|
|A4||Rondo – Allegro|
|B4||Adagio – Allegro Assai|
Analyzed Folder: /192k WAM – Haffner-Serenade – Kubelik_dr.txt ———————————————————————————————-
DR Peak RMS Filename
DR13 -0.50 dB -16.98 dB A1 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Allegro Maestoso – Allegro Molto.flac
DR12 -4.06 dB -21.87 dB A2 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Andante.flac
DR13 -3.29 dB -20.40 dB A3 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Menuetto.flac
DR15 -1.73 dB -21.97 dB A4 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Rondo- Allegro.flac
DR14 -1.08 dB -20.76 dB B1 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Menuetto galante.flac
DR14 -3.59 dB -22.28 dB B2 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Andante.flac
DR13 -1.95 dB -19.25 dB B3 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Menuetto.flac
DR13 -0.56 dB -18.42 dB B4 Serenade No.7 D-Major K V 250 ‘Haffner’ – Adagio – Allegro assai.flac ———————————————————————————————-
Number of Files: 8 Official DR Value: DR13
- Cadenza – Rudolf Koeckert (tracks: A2, A4)
- Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Conductor – Rafael Kubelik
- Engineer – Klaus Scheibe
- Orchestra – Sinfonie-Orchester Des Bayerischen Rundfunks
- Soloist, Violin – Rudolf Koeckert
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