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51-60 of 76 videos of music composed by Franz Joseph Haydn

Haydn - String Quartet in D Minor "Fifths" - Mov. 1/4
Haydn - String Quartet in D Minor "Fifths" - Mov. 1/4 FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809) String Quartet in D minor "Fifths" Hob III:76 Op. 76 No. 2 1. Allegro Performed by Quator Mosaiques *This quartet is known as Quinten (or Fifths) which refers to the falling perfect fifths that start the quartet.
(III) FJ Haydn -〈The Creation〉Oratorio / Die Schöpfung, Oratori
(III) FJ Haydn -〈The Creation〉Oratorio / Die Schöpfung, Oratori Franz Joseph Haydn (1732~1809) 《The Creation》oratorio, Hob. XXI:2 (1798) - English version, Vienna 1800 - (Part 1, Scene 3 / The Third Day) 6. Recitative - And God said: "Let the waters under the heaven be gathered" 7. Aria - "Rolling in foaming billows" 8. Recitative - And God said: "Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb" 9. Aria - "With verdure clad the fields appear" Emma Kirkby (soprano / Gabriel) Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor / Uriel) Michael George (bass / Raphael) Choir of New College, Oxford The Chorus of Academy of Ancient Music The Academy of Ancient Music Christopher Hogwood (conductor) The Creation (German: Die Schöpfung) is an oratorio written between 1796 and 1798 by Joseph Haydn (H. 21/2), and considered by many to be his masterpiece. The oratorio depicts and celebrates the creation of the world as described in the biblical Book of Genesis and in Paradise Lost. Haydn was inspired to write a large oratorio during his visits to England in 1791-1792 and 1794-1795, when he heard oratorios of Handel performed by large forces. Israel in Egypt is believed to have been one of these. It is likely that Haydn wanted to try to achieve results of comparable weight, using the musical language of the mature classical style. The work on the oratorio lasted from October 1796 to April 1798. It was also a profound act of faith for this deeply religious man, who appended the words "Praise to God" at the end of every completed composition. He later remarked, "I was never ...
(I) FJ Haydn - Overture〈The Creation〉/ Die Schöpfung, Oratorium
(I) FJ Haydn - Overture〈The Creation〉/ Die Schöpfung, Oratorium Franz Joseph Haydn (1732~1809) 《The Creation》oratorio, Hob. XXI:2 (1798) - English version, Vienna 1800 - (Part 1 / The First Day) 1. Overture (Introduction) - The Representation of Chaos Emma Kirkby (soprano / Gabriel) Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor / Uriel) Michael George (bass / Raphael) Choir of New College, Oxford The Chorus of Academy of Ancient Music The Academy of Ancient Music Christopher Hogwood (conductor) The Creation (German: Die Schöpfung) is an oratorio written between 1796 and 1798 by Joseph Haydn (H. 21/2), and considered by many to be his masterpiece. The oratorio depicts and celebrates the creation of the world as described in the biblical Book of Genesis and in Paradise Lost. Haydn was inspired to write a large oratorio during his visits to England in 1791-1792 and 1794-1795, when he heard oratorios of Handel performed by large forces. Israel in Egypt is believed to have been one of these. It is likely that Haydn wanted to try to achieve results of comparable weight, using the musical language of the mature classical style. The work on the oratorio lasted from October 1796 to April 1798. It was also a profound act of faith for this deeply religious man, who appended the words "Praise to God" at the end of every completed composition. He later remarked, "I was never so devout as when I was at work on The Creation; I fell on my knees each day and begged God to give me the strength to finish the work." Haydn composed much of the work while at his ...
Franz Joseph Haydn, Te Deum n.2 in C
Franz Joseph Haydn, Te Deum n.2 in C Short but real masterwork of master Haydn! Performed in 1994 (Choeur de Chambre de Namur, La petite Bande, Sigiswald Kuijken)
Joseph Haydn - concerto for trumpet - mvt. III take2
Joseph Haydn - concerto for trumpet - mvt. III take2 More upbeat version of the final movement.
(II) FJ Haydn -〈The Creation〉Oratorio / Die Schöpfung, Oratoriu
(II) FJ Haydn -〈The Creation〉Oratorio / Die Schöpfung, Oratoriu Franz Joseph Haydn (1732~1809) 《The Creation》oratorio, Hob. XXI:2 (1798) - English version, Vienna 1800 - (Part 1, Scene 1 / The First Day) 2a. Recitative - "In the beginning God" 2b. Chorus - "And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters" 2c. Recitative - "And God saw the light, that it was good" 3a. Aria - "Now vanish before the holy beams" 3b. Chorus with Solo - "Despairing, cursing rage" (Part 1, Scene 2 / The Second Day) 4. Recitative - "And God made the firmament" 5. Solo with Chorus - "The marvellous work beholds amazed" Emma Kirkby (soprano / Gabriel) Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor / Uriel) Michael George (bass / Raphael) Choir of New College, Oxford The Chorus of Academy of Ancient Music The Academy of Ancient Music Christopher Hogwood (conductor) The Creation (German: Die Schöpfung) is an oratorio written between 1796 and 1798 by Joseph Haydn (H. 21/2), and considered by many to be his masterpiece. The oratorio depicts and celebrates the creation of the world as described in the biblical Book of Genesis and in Paradise Lost. Haydn was inspired to write a large oratorio during his visits to England in 1791-1792 and 1794-1795, when he heard oratorios of Handel performed by large forces. Israel in Egypt is believed to have been one of these. It is likely that Haydn wanted to try to achieve results of comparable weight, using the musical language of the mature classical style. The work on the oratorio lasted from October 1796 to April 1798. It was also a ...
Haydn - Serenade
Haydn - Serenade Jesse Heinkensiefken's advanced cello quartet plays an arrangement of a serenade by Haydn.
Interview with the Vampire - Lestat Piano Sonata (Joseph Haydn)
Interview with the Vampire - Lestat Piano Sonata (Joseph Haydn) Lestat plays the piano in the film Interview with the Vampire.
Franz Joseph Haydn-Serenade
Franz Joseph Haydn-Serenade Franz Joseph Haydn-Serenade
Franz Josef Haydn: Trumpet concerto Es-Dur
Franz Josef Haydn: Trumpet concerto Es-Dur Dear Youtube User If you are the COPYRIGHT OWNER of this performance I kindly ask you to first contact me requesting to delete the video but avoiding to fill a complaint to YouTube administration and I WILL DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY. It is in fact impossible for me to know if some of my videos constitute copyright infringement because all the material I uploaded is the result of TV recording and passion for the music. I uploaded the video just to promote the music I love. I don't want problems with anybody and I never intended to break the copyright law. Thanks for your understanding REDPRRIEST ----------------------------------------------- Joseph Haydn Trompetenkonzert Es-Dur: 3. Satz Trummpet: Alison Balsom Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen Musikalische Leitung: Louis Langrée
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