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    Joseph Haydn

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    Joseph Haydn Joseph Haydn was without a doubt one of the greatest composers of his day. He was loved very much as both a man and a musician, and unlike many other composers when he died in 1809, he was one of the most celebrated composers in the world. Haydn once said, "Young people can see from my example that something can still come from nothing, but what I am is the result of dire necessity." And it was very true. The story of Haydn was a classic story of "rags to riches."

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    Joseph Haydn Achievements

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    Music 1306 Dr. Lemson December 9, 2017 Franz Joseph Haydn Classical music is known to aid students in learning new information as they attain a “heightened emotional state, making them more receptive to information (Engel). Franz Joseph Haydn was one of the few great classical composers. The “Father of Symphony” began building his legacy from early endeavors to working for a wealthy family who later sets out on his own continuing to strive. Joseph Haydn had the privilege to grow up with parents

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    Joseph Franz Haydn

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    moulding of which he played an important part. Joseph Haydn was born in Rohrau in 1732, the son of a wheelwright, he trained as a chorister at St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, where he made an early living. He worked as a freelance musician, playing the violin and the keyboard instruments, accompanying for singing lessons given by the composer Porpora, who helped and encouraged him ( Boynick, 1). In this essay, I will discuss a brief overview of Joseph Haydn's life. I will also talk about some of

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    (Franz) Joseph Haydn was an Austrian composer whose musical works were composed primarily during the age of Classical music. Credited for the development and advancement of chamber music, he wrote 107 symphonies, 68 string quartets, 62 piano sonatas, 45 piano trios, 14 masses, 24 operas as well as oratorios, such as The Creation and The Seasons (Wenborn). The public eye viewed Haydn as the “Father of the Symphony”, while his students preferred calling him “Papa Haydn” due to the father-like nature

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    Joseph Haydn Composition

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    Joseph Haydn (31 March 1732 – 31 May 1809) was a celebrated Austrian composer of the Classical period. Despite being born to parents without formal music training, his family was very musical. Haydn was a lifelong resident of Austria who spent much of his career as a court musician for the wealthy Esterhazy family. The remoteness of the Esterhazy estate isolated Haydn from other composers and musical trends for years, which in turn "forced [Haydn] to become original", in his own words. During his

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    Franz Joseph Haydn

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    FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN Dear President Schneider : On behalf of the great Franz Joseph Haydn, I write this letter of recommendation to support the admission of a great composer into the International Enlightenment Society. In order for a musician to be eligible for your society, I understand that he must embody the characteristics of the Enlightenment and more specifically, as a composer, his music must possess the characteristics of the Classical period. I assure you that what you will find in

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    ABSRACT Franz Joseph Haydn, a famous man who left behind an even more famous legacy. One may ask, “Why is Haydn famous?” There are several reasons he is well-known in the musical world. He is known as a brilliant composer whose marks on classical music can still be seen today. Another reason he is famous is that he was another famous composer and pianist’s teacher, Beethoven. Haydn’s compositions are truly one of a kind, due to him not being allowed to gain outside influence while writing for

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    Franz Joseph Haydn is widely imitated because of his excellent technique that makes his music, so rich in quality and quantity by having one of the most fertile musical minds. Haydn is one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the Classical period. He is also known as one of the pivotal figures in all western musical history. Here I will try to showcase and highlight some of Haydn’s brilliance by talking about the life he lead growing up, his work and career, a little introduction to his

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    Joseph Haydn was a composer born in Rohrau, Austria in 1732. He was the son of a wheel maker, whom taught himself how to play harp on an amateur and recreational basis. His family was musically inclined and Haydn was immersed in music since his early childhood as they made it a family affair to sing together and at times even along with neighbors. His father appreciated Haydn’s fine vocal ability and recognized that Rohrau was not an ideal place for Haydn to develop his musical skills. He was fostered

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    Joseph Haydn is known as one of the most profound composers of the classical period. His efforts towards the musical world are now legendary as are his pieces of which he specialised and strongly produced Symphonies and String Quartets. He also took part making history creating sonatas and piano trios. Born on the 31st March 1732, the Austrian born composer grew up in the small farming village of Rohrau (located near the border of Hungary) with his father Mathias Haydn who made money as a wheelwright

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