Haydn Symphonies

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Monday, May 28, 2012

This week, Bill McGlaughlin explores the symphonic wonders of Papa Haydn, the father of the modern symphony. We’ll hear Haydn's earliest offerings in the form and follow his path as he expands his ideas and his ensembles into the grand gestures of his 104th.

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I consider that Hayden surpassed at a certain moment Mozart's symphonies in harmonic prowess, orquestration and melodic and thematic inventiveness.

May. 28 2012 11:14 PM

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