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1-10 of 76 videos of music composed by Franz Joseph Haydn

Chi spira e non spera
Chi spira e non spera This aria is from Haydn's L'Anima del filosofo ossia Orfeo ed Euridice. The singer is Ildebrando D'Arcangelo. The MP3 of the one song can be purchased from Amazon as well as the two disc set containing the whole opera. The label is Decca, the orchestra is the Academy of Ancient Music, the top billed singer is Cecilia Bartoli.
V. Shimkus plays J. Haydn Piano Sonata No.54 in G major
V. Shimkus plays J. Haydn Piano Sonata No.54 in G major Pianist Vestard Shimkus plays Joseph Haydn Piano Sonata No.54 in G major
Haydn : Symphony No. 94, 'Surprise', 2nd movement
Haydn : Symphony No. 94, 'Surprise', 2nd movement Title: Haydn- Symphony No. 94, 'Surprise', 2nd movement Date:1791
In Rehearsal: Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker (Haydn: D
In Rehearsal: Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker (Haydn: D Full-length concert at www.digitalconcerthall.com Joseph Haydn: "Ehre, Lob und Preis sei dir" from Die Jahreszeiten (The Seasons) / Sir Simon Rattle, conductor · Rundfunkchor Berlin · Berliner Philharmoniker / Dress rehearsal at the Berlin Philharmonie, 27 August 2009 The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall: www.digital-concert-hall.com Subscribe to our newsletter www.digitalconcerthall.com Website of the Berliner Philharmoniker: www.berliner-philharmoniker.de
Joseph Haydn - Sinfonie in D-Dur Hob. I:13 - 4. Satz
Joseph Haydn - Sinfonie in D-Dur Hob. I:13 - 4. Satz Sinfonie in D-Dur Hob. I:13 4. Satz: Finale. Allegro molto Ensemble for 18th Century Music Dirigent: Eiji Hashimoto Die Sinfonie Nr. 13 D-Dur komponierte Joseph Haydn im Jahr 1763. Im Autograph ist nachträglich eine Paukenstimme mit dickerer Feder und in hellerer brauner Tinte als die übrige Partitur eingetragen. Die Bezeichnung „Timpano" zu Beginn des Werkes sowie Schlüssel, Taktvorschreibung, Taktstriche, Schluss-Striche und die Wiederholungszeichen sind nicht von Haydn geschrieben. Im Breitkopf-Katalog des Jahres 1767 wird bei der Anführung dieser Sinfonie keine Paukenstimme erwähnt. Sie ist entgegen Haydns Praxis in transponierendem CG notiert. Daher und weil eine Besetzung von vier Hörnern die Hinzuziehung von Pauken nicht notwendig erscheinen lässt, glaubt Landon (1963), dass die Paukenstimme nicht von Haydn vorgesehen war. -- Andererseits war die Verwendung der (oft separat notierten) Pauken entsprechend der damaligen Praxis auch oft von der Verfügbarkeit im jeweiligen Orchester abhängig. In einigen Stimmenabschriften ist, wohl aus ebendiesen lokalen Gegebenheiten, die Besetzung auf zwei Hörner und zwei Trompeten geändert.[2] Ein Beispiel für eine Einspielung mit Pauken gibt die Philharmonia Hungarica, eines ohne Pauken die Academy of Ancient Music. Das, was später als typische Sonatensatzform bekannt werden sollte, war zum Zeitpunkt der Komposition noch in Entwicklung begriffen. Dies ist bei den hier benutzten, entsprechenden Begriffen zu berücksichtigen. Die hier ...
Haydn Symphony No 94 G major 'Surprise' 'Mit dem Paukenschlag' M
Haydn Symphony No 94 G major 'Surprise' 'Mit dem Paukenschlag' M The Symphony No. 94 in G major (Hoboken 1/94) is the second of the twelve so-called London symphonies (numbers 93-104) written by Joseph Haydn. It is usually called by its nickname, the Surprise Symphony, although in German it is more often referred to as the Symphony "mit dem Paukenschlag" ("with the kettledrum stroke"). Haydn wrote the symphony in 1791 in London for a concert series he gave during the first of his visits to England (1791--1792). The premiere took place at the Hanover Square Rooms in London on March 23, 1792, with Haydn leading the orchestra seated at a fortepiano. The Surprise Symphony is scored for a Classical-era orchestra consisting of two each of flutes, oboes, bassoons, horns, trumpets, plus timpani, and the usual string section consisting of first and second violins, violas, cellos, and double basses. Nickname (the Surprise) Haydn's music contains many jokes, and the "Surprise" Symphony includes probably the most famous of all: a sudden fortissimo chord at the end of an otherwise piano opening theme in the variation-form second movement. The music then returns to its original quiet dynamic, as if nothing had happened, and the ensuing variations do not repeat the joke. In Haydn's old age, George August Griesinger, his biographer, asked whether he wrote this "surprise" to awaken the audience. Haydn replied: No, but I was interested in surprising the public with something new, and in making a brilliant debut, so that my student Pleyel, who was at ...
Horowitz Plays Haydn Sonata in F major Hob. XVI 23 - I. Allegro Moderato
Horowitz Plays Haydn Sonata in F major Hob. XVI 23 - I. Allegro Moderato Joseph Haydn piano sonata in F major Hob. XVI 23 I. Allegro moderato. Performed by the incredible Vladimir Horowitz (1903-1989) in 1966 at Carnegie Hall.
Joseph Haydn-The Clock
Joseph Haydn-The Clock seenote0productions.blogspot.com S.0.P. Presents "The Clock". Music By Joseph Haydn . This video was produced for my home country Brazil. Lets All go visit Iguassu falls, The best water fall in the world!
The Heavens are Telling - Haydn
The Heavens are Telling - Haydn Franz Joseph Haydn's The Heavens are Telling from the the Oratorio The Creation Sung by King's College, Cambridge
Haydn - 6th Symphony
Haydn - 6th Symphony Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn.
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