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Franz Joseph Haydn
Transcript of Franz Joseph Haydn
choir at church.
As well, Haydn learned to play harpsichord and violin. When Haydn was about 7 or 8 years old, the music directer of the St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Georg Reutter II, auditioned choirboys in Hainburg for a choirboy in Vienna. Haydn was selected among others. St. Stephen's Cathedral Cathedral Born 31 March 1732
Died 31 May 1809 A few years after he preformed his first opera called Der krumme Teufel "The Limping Devil". After this play, Joseph gained publicity and was brought to the attention of many people. One of these people was Baron Carl Josef Fürnberg, who told Count Morzin. Haydn married while being the music directer with Count Morzin. But Count Morzin had some financial problems so Haydn went to work for Prince Paul Anton at his Esterháza palace. Kapellmeister means music directer. Most of his music Haydn wrote was for the Esterházy family and first preformed with their musicians. In 1779 Joseph Haydn could compose music for the public as well, not just the Esterházy family. This greatly increased his popularity. Because of this, Haydn wrote less operas and more string quartets and symphonies. Some other facts are :
He was a close friend to Mozart
Haydn was a teacher of Beethoven
He had a sense of humour that in evident in some music
He lived between Bach and Beethoven. "Surprise" (Symphony no. 94) Haydn's Kaiser Quartet From these pieces we get the:
Austrian national Anthem
German national Anthem The End Quinten (op. 76, no. 2)