Mozart: The Late Symphonies 21 41

Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Concentus Musicus Wien - Mozart: The Last Symphonies, Instrumental Oratorium (2014) RE-UP

Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Concentus Musicus Wien - Mozart: The Last Symphonies, Instrumental Oratorium (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 104:24 minutes | 1,95 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Nikolaus Harnoncourt has spent more than sixty years exploring Mozart's last three symphonies. The present album represents the results of this engagement. It is also his first recording of these three works with his own "instrument", the Concentus Musicus Wien. This is a recording not of three independent works but of a single work in three sections: an "Instrumental Oratorium".
Mozart - The Complete Symphonies [The English Concert by Trevor Pinnock] (2002) [11CD BoxSet] {Deutsche Grammophon}

Mozart - The Complete Symphonies [The English Concert by Trevor Pinnock] (2002) [11CD BoxSet] {Deutsche Grammophon Collectors Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 3.85 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.91 Gb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 226 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2002 Deutsche Grammophon / ARCHIV Produktion | 471 666-2
Classical / Symphony

Trevor Pinnock's set of Mozart symphonies, recorded between 1992 and early 1995, was greeted warmly upon its release in three separate volumes (the last volume typically never made it to U.S. shores as a domestic release) and Universal has seen fit to re-issue it in an 11-CD box as part of its Collectors Edition series. While the general public honed its "historically informed" ear on the pioneering compilation set by Christopher Hogwood and the Academy of Ancient Music in the mid-1980s, Pinnock's later account, the second such to use period instruments, showed just how much more refined and skillful period-instrument playing was to become.
W. A. Mozart: Late Symphonies – Wiener Philharmoniker; Leonard Bernstein

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphonies No. 25 K. 183; No. 29 K. 201; No. 35 K. 385; No. 36 K. 425; No. 38 K. 504;
No. 39 K. 543; No. 40 K. 550; No. 41 K. 551 – Wiener Philharmoniker; Leonard Bernstein

Classical | 3 CDs | EAC Rip | 1,01 GB | FLAC+LOG+Cue | Full scans | RS links
Publisher: Deutsche Grammophon

W. A. Mozart: Late Symphonies – Wiener Philharmoniker; Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein's Late Mozart Symphony recordings come from the 1980s when the market was deluged with "authentic" and "period" style offerings from the likes of Trevor Pinnock and Christopher Hogwood. Bernstein, never a slave to fashion, conjured up some wonderfully "old fashioned" performances, full of rich orchestral sonorities, generous helpings of vibrato, and unabashedly romantic pacing, phrasing, and rubato… Even with the pile of Mozart symphony discs on the market, Bernstein's compelling renditions easily command your attention and warrant your purchase. - Victor Carr Jr, classicstoday.com
Giovanni Battista Sammartini - The Late Symphonies Vol.1 (2008) (RePost).

Giovanni Battista Sammartini - The Late Symphonies Vol.1
EAC RIP | WAVPACK + CUE + LOG | HQ Scans | 285.15 MB
Brilliant Classics | Recorded: 2005 | Released: 2008
Accademia d’Arcadia (on period instruments) - Alessandra Rossi Lürig

These are the first recordings of late symphonies by G.B. Sammartini, ‘the father of the classical style’.
Although Sammartini laid the foundations of the symphony his works are virtually unknown. In Italy the Arcadia Foundation seeks to correct this. The Sammartini project set out to publish and catalogue the composer’s works. Another aim is to perform and record previously unpublished works, including the late symphonies. There are 68 symphonies attributed to Sammartini with certainty. Another 74 might be by him as well.
Stylish performances by the Accademia d’Arcadia on period instruments under Alessandra Rossi Lürig. These first recordings offer a most enjoyable and interesting insight into this unjustly neglected composer.

Sammartini – The Late Symphonies Vol.2 (2010)  Music

Posted by yoong_choding at Aug. 5, 2010
Sammartini – The Late Symphonies Vol.2 (2010)

Sammartini – The Late Symphonies Vol.2 (2010)
EAC rip | Flac(tracks) + cue + log | Covers + Booklet | 1 CD | 281 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics

Giovanni Battista Sammartini (1700 or 1701 – 15 January 1775) was an Italian composer, organist, choirmaster and teacher. He counted Gluck among his students, and was highly regarded by younger composers including Johann Christian Bach. It has also been noted that many stylizations in Joseph Haydn's compositions are similar to those of Sammartini, although Haydn denied any such influence. Sammartini is especially associated with the formation of the concert symphony through both the shift from a brief opera-overture style and the introduction of a new seriousness and use of thematic development that prefigure Haydn and Mozart. Some of his works are described as galant, a style associated with Enlightenment ideals, while "the prevailing impression left by Sammartini's work… [is that] he contributed greatly to the development of a Classical style that achieved its moment of greatest clarity precisely when his long, active life was approaching its end"

Sammartini (1700-1775) - The late symphonies Vol.1  Music

Posted by mendelfan at Oct. 17, 2008
Sammartini (1700-1775)  - The late symphonies Vol.1

Sammartini (1700-1775) - The late symphonies Vol.1
DDD | mp3@320 | booklet/covers | 121 Mb | Rapidshare

World premier recording

W.A.Mozart - The Complete Symphonies  Music

Posted by Bibixy at Dec. 9, 2007
W.A.Mozart - The Complete Symphonies

W.A.Mozart - The Complete Symphonies
11 CDs | MP3 192 Kbps | RAR
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Otto Klemperer - The Last 6 Symphonies (2012) {3x Hybrid-SACD // ISO & HiRes FLAC}

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - The Last 6 Symphonies
Philharmonia Orchestra / New Philharmonia Orchestra - Otto Klemperer
3xSACD | ISOs (2.0): 6,52 GB | 24B/88,2kHz Stereo FLAC: 2,90 GB | Full Artwork
Label/Cat#: EMI Classics # 50999 9 55932 2 | Country/Year: Europe 2012 (1956-1962) | 5% Recovery Info
Genre: Classical | Style: Viennese School, Orchestral, Historical Recording

"…This is what might be called big band Mozart, with none of the modern early music refinements coming into play as in the cycles of Pinnock or Hogwood. This is Mozart on modern instruments in a large-sized orchestra – not just 40 musicians like some so-called “authentic” recordings. On the other hand, Klemperer has a different approach to this music that he obviously adored and was fully familiar with. While cycles by Mackerras, Bohm, Karajan, Bruno Walter and others may compete in some ways, Klemperer’s efforts stand up amazingly well now that one can hear details in the recordings which were never exposed before except in the mastering studio." ~audiophile-audition
Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) - Mozart Symphonies 38 - 41 Studio Master

Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) - Mozart Symphonies 38 - 41
FLAC 88.2KHz / 24Bit | Full Artwork | Stereo | 2.50GB | 2007

These are Studio Master files from Linn Records, so NO LOG and NO CUE. See www.linnrecords.com for more details.

Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) - Mozart Symphonies 38 - 41 Studio Master

Gramophone
Every bit as good as you would expect. Gramophone Recommended.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) - Mozart Symphonies 38 - 41 Studio Master

The Studio Master files are 88.2kHz / 24 bit.


Sir Charles Mackerras, Prague Chamber Orchestra - Mozart: The Simphonies (2008)

Sir Charles Mackerras, Prague Chamber Orchestra - Mozart: The Simphonies (2008)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 3.08 Gb | Total time: 12 Hours 16 Mins | Scans included
Classical | Label: Telars | # 80729 | Recorded: 1986-1990

Musical scholar that he is, Charles Mackerras adopts period performance practice, but opts for modern instruments. The Prague Chamber Orchestra is one of the world's best small ensembles. They play this music with impeccable wit, sophistication, and style. Of course, Mackerras himself studied in Prague–Mozart's musical home away from home–and has long enjoyed an excellent relationship with the city's orchestras and musicians. With swift tempos, employment of a harpsichord accompaniment, and all the repeats taken in each work, these finely honed interpretations offer a uniquely consistent view of Mozart's symphonic achievement. Telarc's superb sound allows the music to fall very gratefully on the ear.
–Dave Hurwitz