Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer
(1732-1809). As court composer for the noble Esterhazy family for nearly 30 years, Haydn wrote music in every genre we now think of as classical music. His prolific output of piano sonatas, string quartets, and symphonies was foundational to the development of these genres by succeeding composers. Late in his career he focused on masses and oratorios. Among his greatest works are the String Quartet in C major "Emperor", his Symphonies no 94 "Surprise" and no 104 "London", his oratorio "Th...
Sun 7 Sep 2014
Quartet for Strings in G major, Op. 76 no 1/H 3 no 75 (24:32)
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