Articles tagged 'Haydn'
Haydn’s symphonies, oratorios, and his operas leave one stunned at his inventiveness, but it’s the smaller ensemble works and piano sonatas that capture my heart.
The 200th anniversary of Haydn’s death has led predictably to an abundance of new releases and reissues of his music.
When Elliott Carter ambled towards Symphony Hall’s proscenium to acknowledge the ovation for his Horn Concerto’s performance, it was hard to separate praise from encouragement.
Thomas Bucholz, a German composer of whom I know nothing, was born in Thuringia in 1961.