Artist: 
Ingrid Haebler

Ingrid Haebler - The Philips Legacy: 58CD Boxset

$132.00

"Terms such as “fastidious”, “intimate” and “quietly nuanced” have long been applied to the immensely respected Ingrid Haebler’s interpretations. She was a “purist” in the best sense of the word and has often said that she always sought to convey the essence of the music according to the language and style of the composer’s time. Her goal is that the listener should understand the structure and the message of the work, without anything to disrupt it. She has always been admired for the grace and shapeliness of her phrasing, her pellucid cantabile touch, her crystalline articulation, and the warmth, sensitivity, and quietly nuanced expressivity of her interpretations. With an imposing discography, Haebler was regarded by many as Philips’ “house pianist”. Decca now proudly presents her Complete Philips Recordings on 58CDs in tribute to this rare and special artist.

• 58-disc original jackets collection, bringing together for the first time, the complete Philips recordings of Ingrid Haebler

• Highlights include:
o The international CD release of Haebler’s account of J.S. Bach’s French Suites
o Mozart’s Complete Piano Concertos & Piano Sonatas, including the first-ever CD release of her 1953 recordings of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas Nos. 12 & 13
o Chopin Waltzes
o Schumann’s Papillons, Op.2
o Franck’s Symphonic Variations
o Complete Violin Sonatas of Mozart, Beethoven & Schubert with her duo partner Henryk Szeryng
o J.C. Bach Concertos – recorded on her J.C. Neupert fortepiano
o Schubert’s “Trout Quintet” with the Arthur Grumiaux Trio & Jacques Cazauran
o 96pp booklet new liner notes from Jessica Duchen (E (attached) /F/G) + rare photographs from the archives

Tracklist:
CD1–2

1. J.S. BACH French Suites     
2. first international CD release     
3. J.C. BACH     

CD3
1. Sonatas Op.5     

CD4
1. Sonatas Op.16 Kurt Redel, flute     

CD5
1. Sonatas for Flute, Op.19 Kurt Redel, flute     

CD6
1. Sonatas Op.17     

CD7–10
1. Clavier Concertos, Opp. 1, 7 & 13 Capella Academia, Wien/Eduard Melkus     
2. MOZART     

CD11–15
1. Piano Sonatas     

CD16
1. Piano Sonata No.14; Minuets; Prelude and Fugue in C, K.394; Capriccio in C, K395, Fantasia in D minor, K.397; Rondo in A minor, K.511     

CD17–18
1. Variations; Duet Sonatas     

CD19–20
1. Duet Sonatas Ludwig Hoffmann piano     

CD21–24
1. Violin Sonatas Henryk Szeryng violin     

CD25
1. Piano Quartets Nos. 1 & 2     

CD26
1. MOZART / BEETHOVEN Quintets for Piano & Wind     

CD27–38
1. MOZART Piano Concertos various     

CD39–40
1. HAYDN Piano Sonatas H.XVI 20, 33, 35–39 & 52; Variations in F minor, Piano Concerto in D     

CD41–44
1. BEETHOVEN Violin Sonatas Henryk Szeryng violin     

CD45
1. BEETHOVEN Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 4 New Philharmonia Orchestra/Alceo Galliera     
2. SCHUBERT     

CD46–53
1. Piano Sonatas; Moments Musicaux Op.94; 16 German Dances; Impromptus Op.90 & 142; Fantasy in F minor     

CD54
1. Violin Sonatinas; Violin Sonata in A Henryk Szeryng violin     

CD55
1. Piano Quintet in A “Trout” Arthur Grumiaux Trio; Jacques Cazauran double bass     

CD56
1. CHOPIN Waltzes     

CD57
1. SCHUMANN Piano Concerto Concertgebouworkest/Eliahu Inbal     
2. SCHUMANN Kinderszenen     
3. FRANCK Variations symphoniques     

CD58
1. MOZART Piano Sonatas No. 12, K332 & No.13 K333 first-ever CD release

Formats: 
CD Album