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Haydn’s Concerto in C for Organ and Orchestra of Strings, Trumpets, and Timpani is perhaps his earliest concerto and dates from the decade when Haydn was a freelance musician in Vienna. Though published in 1803, this music was likely written for performance in 1756 when Haydn’s own sister-in-law took the veil of the Poor Clares. The solo arrangement compresses the orchestral parts, allowing performance by a soloist.
Reviews of Organ Concerto No. 2 in C, Hob. XVIII:8
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