Joseph Haydn and the Eighteenth Century: Collected Essays of Karl Geiringer

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Harmonie Park Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Music - 259 pages
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This collection of Haydn essays, spanning more than sixty years, is representative of the wide ranging interests of an esteemed scholar and includes published, unpublished, out of print and previously untranslated publications. Concludes with a revised and updated bibliography of Geiringer publications pertaining to Haydn.

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Contents

The Portrait of Haydn Over the Course of Time
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Haydn and His Viennese Background
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Haydns Autograph Remarks in His Music Manuscripts
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