Joseph Haydn, (1732-1809) Divertimento
in three movements.
The first movement Allegro is transcribed from Hob. XII:4 Duet for barytons. The second and third movements Adagio and Presto are from the Hob. XIV:113 Trio for barytons. Both works were written between 1761 and 1766 during the time that Haydn was at the court of prince Paul Anton von Esterhaza, himself an ardent performer on the baryton. Transcribed and edited by Klaus Stoll. This piece is recorded by the Baumann Stoll duo on Teldec CD No. 8.43155: Classics for Cello and Double Bass.
© copyright 1998 Klaus Stoll / Mesa Music Publishing