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71-76 of 76 videos of music composed by Franz Joseph Haydn

"Haydn Seek" - inside the Aha! Concert: Pre-Concert Talk
"Haydn Seek" - inside the Aha! Concert: Pre-Concert Talk Haydn Seek: In the 2009 "Aha!" concert, Bruno Weil and David Gordon look for the "real" Joseph Haydn. In this search for the man behind the myth, you will meet the surprising Haydn you never knew.

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Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In e Flat (I Allegro) - Tine Thing Helseth
Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In e Flat (I Allegro) - Tine Thing Helseth Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In e Flat (I Allegro) by Tine Things Helseth & composed by Franz Joseph Haydn (P) 2007 Simax Classics Genre: Classical Released: Jun 01, 2009
Haydn's "Creation" - Pre-Concert Talk - Carmel Bach Festival
Haydn's "Creation" - Pre-Concert Talk - Carmel Bach Festival Franz Joseph Haydn's "Die Schöpfung" is the culmination of 18th century oratorio. David Gordon introduces the Carmel Bach Festival 2009 performances of this great masterpiece.
Tine Thing Helseth: Haydn Trumpet Concerto, 3rd mvt
Tine Thing Helseth: Haydn Trumpet Concerto, 3rd mvt Get the SACD here: goo.gl iTunes: goo.gl Tine Thing Helseth made her recording debut release on SACD internationally in February 2008, toghether with Norwegian Chamber Orchestra. This video was made during the recording sessions.
Haydn  Cello Concerto Rostropovich  1981
Haydn Cello Concerto Rostropovich 1981 Haydn Cello Concerto Rostropovich 1981
Rafael Mendez - Haydn Trumpet Concerto
Rafael Mendez - Haydn Trumpet Concerto In this second installment of the Rafael Mendez special entitled "The Trumpet," Mendez begins with discussing the origins of the trumpet and then plays an exceptional rendition of the third movement of the Haydn trumpet concerto. For those of you familiar with this piece it will be a breath of fresh air to hear Mendez's version. This was the first piece written for the keyed trumpet, and Haydn wrote this concerto to really showcase this brand new instrument. Unlike other classical trumpet performances of this piece where the trumpet sounds like a part of the orchestra, Mendez electrifies the show by playing with such vigor and virtuosity. I think Mendez is doing Haydn a great favor by playing this piece not as part of an orchestra, but as a trumpet player. Haydn intended this to showcase the trumpet, and Mr. Mendez does just that.
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