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Haydn Studies by W. Dean Sutcliffe screenshot
English | Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2006 | 359 Pages | PDF | 27 MB
The advances in Haydn scholarship would have been unthinkable to earlier generations, who honoured the composer more in word than in deed. Haydn Studies deals with many aspects of a composer who is perennially fresh, concentrating principally on matters of reception, style and aesthetics and presenting many interesting readings of the composer's work.

Haydn has never played a major role in accounts of cultural history and has never achieved the emblematic status accorded to composers such as Beethoven, Debussy and Stravinsky, in spite of his radical creative agenda: this volume broadens the base of our understanding of the composer.

• Contains interesting readings of Haydn's music
• A wide variety of subject areas and works covered
• Contains contributions by established scholars and those fresh to the field


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  Resident 5.12.2012 787 5833
  Resident 21.04.2014 1289
'William Dean Sutcliffe' has another great book:
"The Keyboard Sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti and Eighteenth-Century Musical Style"
(About the investigation of the greatest 555 keyboard sonatas of this wonderful Italian 'Domenico Scarlatti')
Baroque vs classicism
'Johann Sebastian Bach' ___-____ (Gr.Eisenach, 1685 - ✟ Leipzig, July 28, 1750)
'Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti' __-__ (It.Naples, 1685 - ✟ Madrid, July 23, 1757)
'Georg Friedrich Händel'______-______(Gr.Halle, 1685 - ✟ London, April14, 1759)
  Resident 25.07.2014 77
It's always a pleasure read your posts. I didn't know about the coincidence between this three masters of music!
Thank you!
  Resident 21.04.2014 1289
Coincidence or Spiritism? I really don't know!

Latim: coin + Incidentiæ
Coincidence in ancient Rome, was when the incidence of the same side of the coin used to fall on the same side. "Heads or tails? And lose your life".

This word is used in all the western languages, astonish that even in German the sense is the same used in Rome: Zufall (zu fall) = to fall

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