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Research on Haydn Piano Sonata in F xvi:23

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Haydn's Piano Sonata in F, Hob. XVI: 23
Structure
Recording/
Teacher's Recommendations
Haydn Biography
Haydn
Piano Sonata in F major No.38 Background
Was written in 1773

Dedicated to Prince Nikolaus Esterhazy

1774, published in Vienna

First printed authentic works
MUSS2160
Research Methods for Performers

Lee Ka Hei, Hailey
13662740

Haydn: Piano Sonata in F, Hob. XVI:23
Haydn
Biography
Background:
Sonata in F
Structure:
Sonata in F (1st mov.)
CD
Interpretation:
Haydn Piano Sonata in F, 1st movement
Interpretation
Bibliography
Bibliography

Books:

Gordon, S. A History of Keyboard Literature. Schirmer Books,1996.

Grout, D. J. A History Of Western Music, 8th Edition. W.W Norton & Company Inc., 2010.

Sisman, E. R. Eighteenth-Century Keyboard Music: Haydn's Solo Keyboard Music. Schirmer Books,1994.

Geiringer, K. Joseph Haydn and the Eighteenth Century Collected Essays of Karl Geiringer. Harmonie Park Press, 2002.

Landon, H. C. R. Haydn at Esterhaza 1766-1790 Chronicle and Works. Thames And Hudson, 1994.


Recordings:

Joseph Haydn The Piano Sonatas/Variations/The Seven Last Words (CD6)
Decca 443 791-2 1975/1997

The Complete Masterworks Recording Volume III
Sony Classical S3 K53461 53464/1993

Sonata Form (1st mov.)
Early Period
Middle Period
1761, Haydn was hired to compose music

Served in the wealthy Hungarian noble family- Esterhazys

Dedicated the set of six sonatas (Hob. XVI: 21-26) to his patron, Prince Nikolaus Esterhazy.
Late Period
Undertook two London visits

1796 started wrote German text oratorio ‘The Creation’
1732-1809
Austrian composer
Choirboy at St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna

Learn music, violin, harpsichord
Sisman Eighteenth century Keyboard Music: Haydn’s Solo Keyboard Music 1994 p284

Tempo: mm= c140

1st subject: Articulate, lively
Emphasize the resolutions (V7-I)

2nd subject: Clean thirty- second- notes, legato
Changing tone color to minor passage

Soft PAC Ending



Exposition




Pedaling
Play without pedal
(Climax passage of 32th- notes broken chords)

Dialogue
Imitation
Dynamic contrasts



Development
Recapitulation
Longer phrasing (mm101-103.)
Play bass melody with legato

PAC ending
With
Ritard.
Horowitz's recording
-1st subject (mm=c 150)
John McCabe's recording
-1st subject (mm= c145)
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