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  • Punch was the constant champion of the distressed author fallen on evil days, such as Joseph Haydn of the Dictionary of Dates, who was granted a Civil List pension of £25 a year just three weeks before his death in January, 1856, or old Joseph Guy, "the man of many books, the ever-green ` Spelling Book 'among the number."

    Mr. Punch`s history of modern England, Volume I -- 1841-1857

  • "Joseph Haydn" ” - Arnold ” - Erfurt, 181O; 2nd ed.,

    Joseph Haydn

  • Edinburgh Festival "Edinburgh International Festival 2011" presents music, theater and dance, including the opera "Orlando Paladino" by Joseph Haydn, recitals by pianists Martha Argerich and Nelson Goener, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, a rare performance by the Yogyakarta Palace Gamelan Orchestra and others.

    What's on Around Europe

  • Joseph Haydn 1732-1809 wrote 104 symphonies, most with four movements: a majestic introduction, then a slow movement, followed by a minuet and a lively finale.

    How the great symphonies became our soundtrack to a changing world

  • The older, revered composer Joseph Haydn, his friend, was inducted into the Freemasons the night of the concerto's premiere Mozart was already a member and couldn't attend.

    New Work, New Instrument

  • In the 1760s, the Esterh á zys became the patrons of composer Joseph Haydn, and an annual Haydn festival is still held in the family chateau in Eisenstadt.

    Inspiring Imperial Collections

  • But it's really not that much different, if you think of it, than Joseph Haydn, who wove in a Croatian folk song at the end of his 104th symphony.

    Sacred Songs And DJs: New Classical CDs

  • Turns out the director of Broadway's recent Hair revival, Diane Paulus, decided to direct a production of Il mondo della luna (The World on the Moon) by Joseph Haydn in the Planetarium -- a unique setting for a show about a nobleman who is fooled, by a fake astronomer, to believe he has been sent to the moon.

    James Sims: Video: Opera Plays New York's Hayden Planetarium

  • Over the past three centuries Vienna has produced the visionary composers Joseph Haydn, Franz Schubert and Johann Strauss.

    World's 10 Best Places to Live

  • "Three Choirs Festival 2010" is one pf the world's oldest classical choral music festival, offering classical music by Gustav Mahler, Joseph Haydn, Franz Schubert, William Hayes and others.

    Time Off Europe

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