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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of haydn:
/hajdən/

Derived Form of haydn

noun
plural: haydns
Noun
1
prolific Austrian composer who influenced the classical form of the symphony (1732-1809)
SynonymsFranz Joseph Haydn, Joseph Haydn,
Type ofcomposer,
2
the music of Haydn
Type ofmusic,

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  1. Franz Joseph Haydn : The Kaiser . When in 1932 Walter Legge founded the Haydn String Quartet Society for His Masters Voice, he chose Cecil Gray to write the programme notes.
  2. Nowadays Haydn symphonies are no longer considered to be antiquated, but it is probably true that the quintessence of Haydn may be found in the more intimate realm of chamber music,
  3. Haydn is said to have invented the quartet. Nowadays we know that there existed various forms of music before Haydn for two violins, viola and double bass or violoncello;
  4. Haydn, for example, I played Haydn as a student on the modern
  5. I always loved Haydn. So now I have a chance to check Haydn out and
  6. the great composer Franz Joseph Haydn
  7. Haydn Sonata in F major. Hob XV 1.
  8. At the hour of noon all the doors were closed, and now the music began. () Vienna, March 1801. Joseph Haydn
  9. This cycle proves the sovereign maturity of Haydn's genius.
  10. This mastery is at the service of an intensely expressive music. In the fourth Sonata Haydn comments on the Psalm of Divine forsakenness, though only on the first and hopeless part, for this is the only section which does not end in a lighter mood.
  11. Its almost unbearable musical tension is reminiscent of Pergolesis Stabat Mater ; its intensity is however much greater ans explains why Haydn in the vocal version, followed it by a restful interlude.
  12. Haydn, Mozart -
  13. They also found manuscripts from Johan Strauss, Franz Joseph Haydn and others.
  14. In the Classical era, composers such as Mozart and Haydn
  15. rendering his symphonies somewhat antiquated in sound, the string quartet was precisly the same vehicle for modern composers as it was when Haydn started to write for the medium.
  16. but whether any of these pre-Haydn forms can be regarded legitimately as precursors of the quartet as we know it is still a matter of discussion among scholars.
  17. Haydn himself related how, about 1757, he came across the form accidentally.
  18. Haydn agreed, and the result was ten quartets (known later as Opera 1 and 2) in the then current divertimento form of five movements (Allegro - Menuet/Trio - Slow movement - Minuet/Trio - Presto).
  19. with three rather than five movements. Haydn must have pondered deeply the problem of quartet writing, for he wrote none for over ten years, recommencing about 1768-9 with the so-called Opus 9.
  20. There then followed Opus 17 (1771) and the epochal Opus 20 (1772) in which Haydn re-introduced large-scale fugues to the form, markedly deepened its content, enriched its texture, and posed an altogether new and startling intellectual challenge.