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  1. The Seasons (Die Jahreszeiten) (Kalmus Edition) by Haydn, Franz Joseph, 1985-03-01
  2. Franz Joseph Haydn's Divertimento With Variations for Harpsichord Four Hands, Violin and Violone (Studies in the History and Interpretation of Music) by Franz Joseph Haydn, 2002-10
  3. The Life and Times of Franz Joseph Haydn (Musicmakers: World's Greatest Composers) (Masters of Music) by Susan Zannos, 2003-05
  4. Joseph Haydn, Sein Leben Und Seine Werke (German Edition) by August Reissmann, Franz Joseph Haydn, 2010-04-08
  5. Haydn -- First Book for Pianists (Alfred Masterwork Edition) by Franz Joseph Haydn, 1978-06-01
  6. The Creation (Lawson-Gould Edition) by Haydn, Franz Joseph, 1999-03-01
  7. String Quartet in G Major, Op. 17, No. 5 Sheet Music by Franz Joseph Haydn, 2010-02-11
  8. Mass in Time of War (Music Sales America)
  9. Missa Brevis Sancti / Joannis de Deo
  10. Sonatas (Complete) (Kalmus Edition) by Haydn, Franz Joseph, 1999-08-01
  11. Franz Joseph Haydn's Keyboard Sonatas: An Untapped Gold Mine (Studies in the History and Interpretation of Music) by James L. Taggart, 1988-10
  12. Franz Joseph Haydn (Primary Source Library of Famous Composers) by Eric Michael Summerer, 2006-06-15
  13. Ten German Dances (Kalmus Edition) by Franz Joseph Haydn, 1985-03-01
  14. Minuetto from String Quartet, Op. 1, No. 1 (Sheet) by Franz Joseph Haydn, David Kraehenbuehl, 1995-01-01

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Haydn" redirects here. For other uses, see Haydn (disambiguation) Haydn portrait by Thomas Hardy Franz Joseph Haydn (31 March Joseph Haydn [ˈjoːzɛf ˈhaɪdən] /ˈdʒoʊzəf ˈhaɪdən/ ), was an Austrian composer, one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the classical period . He is often called the "Father of the Symphony " and "Father of the String Quartet " because of his important contributions to these genres. He was also instrumental in the development of the piano trio and in the evolution of sonata form A life-long resident of Austria, Haydn spent much of his career as a court musician for the wealthy Hungarian aristocratic Esterházy family on their remote estate. Isolated from other composers and trends in music until the later part of his long life, he was, as he put it, "forced to become original". At the time of his death, he was one of the most celebrated composers in Europe. Joseph Haydn was the brother of Michael Haydn , himself a highly regarded composer, and Johann Evangelist Haydn , a tenor . He was also a close friend of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and a teacher of Ludwig van Beethoven

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Born of staunch Catholic parents at Rohrau Austria , 1 April, 1732; died at Gumpendorf Vienna , 31 May, 1809. He began his great musical career in the choir-school of St. Stephen's Vienna . For nine years he was a chorister there, and yielded his place as solo-boy to his younger brother Michael when the inevitable signs of change appeared in his voice. During these years he manifested an extraordinary passion for music, availing himself of every opportunity to improve his knowledge of the art. He was enabled to pursue his musical studies. At this time he came under the influence of Emanuel Bach, Dittersdorf, and Porpora , who may be said to have been his principal masters, although the credit of his remarkable achievements must be given rather to his own incessant industry than to any particular instruction. The year 1756 found Haydn so well informed in the various branches of his art that he began to be ranked among the first music-masters of Vienna . In 1759 he accepted the appointment of vice-capellmeister to Count Morzin, a

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Of humble origins, Franz Joseph Haydn (March 31, 1732 - May 31, 1809) was born in the village of Rohrau, near Vienna. When he was eight years old he was accepted into the choir school of Saint Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, where he received his only formal education. Dismissed from the choir at the age of 17, he spent the next several years as a struggling free-lance musician. He studied on his own the standard textbooks on counterpoint and took occasional lessons from the noted Italian singing master and composer Nicola Porpora. In 1755 Haydn was engaged briefly by Baron Karl Josef von Furnberg, for whom he apparently composed his first string quartets. A more substantial position followed in 1759, when he was hired as music director by Count Ferdinand Maximilian von Morzin. Haydn's marriage in 1760 to Maria Anna Keller proved to be unhappy as well as childless. th In his late years in Vienna, Haydn turned to writing masses and composed his great oratorios

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Recent Literature on Joseph Haydn
These listings occupy two pages. The present page includes citations dealing with general Haydn studies as well as literature pertaining to his vocal works. Page two, available via this link , provides citations of literature on Haydn's instrumental music.
The major published Haydn bibliographies:
A. Peter Brown and James T. Berkenstock. "Joseph Haydn in Literature: A Bibliography." Haydn-Studien 3 (1973-74), 173-352. Review by Jack Westrup in
Horst Walter. "Haydn-Bibliographie 1973-1983." Haydn-Studien
Horst Walter. "Haydn-Bibliographie 1984-1990." Haydn-Studien
Armin Raab. "Haydn-Bibliographie 1991-2001." Haydn-Studien
Floyd K. Grave and Margaret K. Grave. Franz Joseph Haydn: A Guide to Research . Garland Composer Resource Manuals, 31. New York: Garland, 1990. Reviews: A. Peter Brown, 72 (1991), 595-97; Hollace A. Schafer, Notes
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Else Radant Landon. "Index to Haydn Yearbook Vols. I-XX: Ballets, Cantatas, Names (18th/19th Centuries), Oratorios, Operas, Places, Plays." Haydn Yearbook
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Nationality: Austrian composer
In 1790, Nikolaus Esterházy died; Haydn (unlike most of his musicians) was retained by his son but was free to live in Vienna (which he had many times visited) and to travel. He was invited by the impresario and violinist J P. Salomon to go to London to write an opera, symphonies and other works. In the event he went to London twice, in 1791-2 and 1794-5. He composed his last 12 symphonies for performance there, where they enjoyed great success; he also wrote a symphonie concertante, choral pieces, piano trios, piano sonatas and songs (some to English words) as well as arranging British folksongs for publishers in London and Edinburgh. But because of intrigues his opera, "L'anima del filosofo," on the Orpheus story, remained unperformed. He was honoured (with an Oxford DMus) and fêted generously, and played, sang and conducted before the royal family. He also heard performances of Handel's music by large choirs in Westminster Abbey. Haydn died in 1809, after twice dictating his recollections and preparing a catalogue of his works. He was widely revered, even though by then his music was old-fashioned compared with Beethoven's. He was immensely prolific: some of his music remains unpublished and little known. His operas have never succeeded in holding the stage. But he is regarded, with some justice, as father of the symphony and the string quartet: he saw both genres from their beginnings to a high level of sophistication and artistic expression, even if he did not originate them. He brought to them new intellectual weight, and his closely argued style of development laid the foundations for the larger structures of Beethoven and later composers.

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