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Music Appreciation Week 8

by: Jennica Prophete

Music Appreciation Week 8 MUL 2010

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These notes were a short biography of Franz Joseph Hayden's life
History & Appreciation of Music
Kristina Timofeeva
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Date Created: 10/12/16
Franz Joseph Hayden (1732­1809) Mini biography ● Born in Rohrau, near Vienna ● He was initially a boy soprano in a local church choir then a music teacher,  organist, violinist, singer, orchestra performer, street serenader to avoid poverty for  about 8 years ● 1761, Kapellmeister with Esterhazy family ○ Patronage system  ■ All musicians went through this since the only way  to experience music at the time was through live performances  ■ Musicians were considered servants ● 1791/1794 trips to London ○ Invitation by Peter Salomon ● “Father” of symphony and string quartet  ○ Wrote 104 symphonies, 80 string quartets ● Late Masses and Oratorios Listening examples ● Symphony no. 94 in G. “Surprise” I&II (1791) ● Quartet in E flat Op. no 33 no. 3, “Joke” IV ○ Op = opus, “work”, order of publication  ○ This particular work has many false endings  ● Mass in Time of War, Agnus Dei


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