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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Geiringer, Karl, 1899-1989.
Joseph Haydn and the eighteenth century.
Warren, Mich. : Harmonie Park Press, 2002
|Named Person:||Joseph Haydn; Joseph Haydn; Joseph Haydn|
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|Description:||xxiv, 259 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.|
|Contents:||Haydn's artistic and human personality. Joseph Haydn ; The portrait of Haydn over the course of time ; Haydn and his Viennese background ; Haydn's autograph remarks in his music manuscripts ; Haydn's sketches for The Creation ; Joseph Haydn, protagonist of the enlightenment --
Haydn at work: specific fields of his production. The small sacred works by Haydn in the Esterházy archives at Eisenstadt ; Haydn as an opera composer ; From Guglielmi to Haydn: the transformation of an opera ; Haydn and the folksong of the British isles ; Haydn: the London symphonies ; The complete string quartets of Joseph Haydn --
Haydn and his contemporaries. A birthday cantata by Pietro Metastasio and Leonardo Vinci ; Gluck and Haydn ; Concepts of the enlightenment as reflected in Gluck's Italian reform opera ; Gluck's Telemaco ; Emanuel Bach and the music of the Viennese classical triad ; Stephen and Nancy Storace in Vienna --
On Haydn scholars and scholarship. Robert Sondheimer ; Donald Francis Tovey ; Anthony van Hoboken ; Joseph Haydn Institute, Cologne ; Hungarian Academy of Science ; H.C. Robbins Landon.
|Series Title:||Detroit monographs in musicology/Studies in music, no. 35.|
Joseph Haydn and the 18th century
|Responsibility:||edited by Robert N. Freeman.|