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Haydn ; a historical and psychological study based on his quartets.

Author: Robert Sondheimer
Publisher: London, Bernoulli [1951]
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Sondheimer, Robert.
Haydn.
London, Bernoulli [1951]
(OCoLC)614672904
Named Person: Joseph Haydn; Joseph Haydn; Joseph Haydn; Joseph Haydn; Joseph Haydn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Sondheimer
OCLC Number: 1454661
Description: viii, 196 pages illustrations (music) 22 cm
Contents: Historical orientation --
Haydn's obligation to the pre-classics and the date of op. 1 --
Op. 1, continuation, turning away from the pre-classical emotionalism --
Haydn and Phil. Em. Bach, Haydn's rhythmic and melodic abilities --
Advance in rhythm and melody --
The new quartet style, Haydn, the technical organiser, and his dependence on pre-classical ideas --
Haydn's treatment of the second subject, his reaction against the pre-classics, business-like industry, the centre of his musical creativity, reality and allegory --
Musical dialectic, functional activity becomes the essence of music, fugal technique and constructive variant, the concepts of "success" and "progress" --
Pleasing melodies and brevity of form --
The sentimentality in its adagio --
The seven last words, a great work --
Evolution of Haydn's sonata-movement --
Influence of contemporary music upon Haydn --
Psycho-analytical task of dialectic --
Pro and contra --
Unionism and power expansion --
Haydn's freedom --
Completion or supplement? --
Op. 103 and summary.

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