Joseph Haydn

Joseph Haydn

Book - 1991
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Part of a series of picture books for readers aged twelve and upwards illustrating the lives and times of the world's greatest composers. This book looks at the life and work of Haydn, a life that spanned a period of great political and social, as well as musical change: born when both Bach and Handel were at the height of their fame, he outlived his friend Mozart by 18 years, having seen his greatest pupil Beethoven well-established in his own career. But neither Mozart nor Beethoven could have created their masterpieces - symphonies, string quartets, sonatas - without the example of Haydn.
Publisher: London : Faber Music, in association with Faber & Faber, 1991
ISBN: 9780571511976
057151197X
Branch Call Number: J780.92 Haydn -T 3201 01
J780.92 Haydn -T 3204 01
J780.92 Haydn -T 3206 01
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill., music. --

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