W. Dean Sutcliffe
Cambridge University Press, Oct 22, 1998 - Music - 343 pages
Haydn Studies deals with many new aspects of a composer who is perennially fresh, concentrating principally on matters of reception, style and aesthetics and presenting many radical new readings of the composer's work. Contributions by both established Haydn scholars and others who are new to the field combine to give a stronger sense than is generally understood of the composer's immense significance.
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