Haydn

  • (noun): The music of Haydn.
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Symphony B (Haydn)
... Joseph Haydn's Symphony No ... It does not fall into the usual numbering scheme of Haydn's symphonies because it had later been published without its wind parts as a "Partita" ...
List Of Solo Piano Compositions By Joseph Haydn - See Also
... List of concertos by Joseph Haydn List of masses by Joseph Haydn List of operas by Joseph Haydn List of piano trios by Joseph Haydn List of string quartets by Joseph Haydn List of symphonies ...
Symphony A (Haydn)
... Joseph Haydn's Symphony 'A' in B-flat major, Hoboken I/107, was written between 1757 and 1760 ... It is not in the usual numbering scheme for Haydn symphonies because it was originally thought to be a string quartet (Op ...
String Quartets, Op. 20 (Haydn) - Impact of The Quartets
... poor condition" of string quartet writing prior to Haydn, writes C ... overrate his creative powers." Many great composers acknowledged their debt to Haydn and to these quartets ... "It was from Haydn that I first learned the true way to write string quartets," wrote Mozart ...
String Quartets, Op. 20 (Haydn) - Composition
... Haydn was 40 years old when he composed the opus 20 quartets, and was already well-established as one of the leading composers of Europe ... Haydn presided over the busy musical life of the court, producing operas, oratorios, and symphonic and chamber concerts, and writing a steady stream of new music for the prince's amusement ... a "vexatious, penetrating north wind" from which Haydn and the other musicians in the court suffered ...

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    To the extent to which genius can be conjoined with a merely good human being, Haydn possessed genius. He never exceeds the limits that morality sets for the intellect; he only composes music which has “no past.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)