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Lecture 14

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Department
Music-Arts Faculty
Course
MUAR 211
Professor
Jerry M.Cain
Semester
Winter

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Monday February 7, 2011 Lecture Fourteen Music in the Austria-Hungary area for the most part, from 1750 to 1800, in Vienna (the capital of the Austria-Hungary empire).  Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven all lived and worked in Vienna at one point Must know these musicians in order (not their death order). Haydn Mozart called him Papa Haydn. Did not come from a musical family. Vienna is one of the most important musical cities on the earth. Once kicked out of the choir, he becomes a freelance musician with no patron. The patron was very important- everyone we have talked about so far had a patron. His really big break was when he was hired by the Esterhazy.  He was first the “kapellmeister” (choir leader) and was in charge of all music  The Esterhazy palace was huge, they had academies (two concerts every week), they had court musicians, music at dinner and in the evenings. It was a very busy musical environment. The advantages of positions like this:  Financial security o He was a servant, wore a uniform, was not free to come and go as he pleased  Access to the orchestra o Opportunity to compose and get his music performed  Access to many great musicians and musical connoisseurs o One of the attractions for visits was Haydn o A lot of his music was made of jokes- but you only get the joke if you know what to expect next, so his music really was for the royal family and their friends Haydn was known for his string quartets. Instrumental Genres of the Classic Period The string quartet is for 4 particular string instruments: two violins (with two different parts), a viola and a cello.  Double bass is not used because they are too loud for only 4 players This is an important genre for am
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