Michael Haydn

Michael Haydn

Johann Michael Haydn (14 September 1737 – 10 August 1806) was an Austrian composer of the classical period, the younger brother of Joseph Haydn.

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Symphony No. 39 (Michael Haydn)
... Michael Haydn's Symphony No ... movement is notable for its use of horns in G instead of the usual horns in C (compare Haydn's earlier C major symphonies and those of his brother Joseph), so that the horns can participate in the harmonization ... without valves." Robbins Landon also points out that in the Andante of this symphony of Haydn's uses the low C of the second trumpet, something Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart also did later when he wrote his ...
Symphony No. 15 (Michael Haydn)
... Michael Haydn's Symphony No ... This work was at one time attributed to Joseph Haydn, the first work in D major so attributed ... The placement of the Minuet second, before the slow movement, is unusual in Michael Haydn's symphonies, though there is one other specimen, the Symphony No ...

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