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Synonyms for Haydn

prolific Austrian composer who influenced the classical form of the symphony (1732-1809)

the music of Haydn

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The evening concerts, which will continue in Larnaca on Thursday and in Nicosia on Friday, will give audiences a chance to enjoy three excellent works by Alfred Schnittke, Dmitri Shostakovich and Joseph Haydn.
We do not believe, furthermore that he and Haydn GREGGS are in contact, following extensive surveillance of the principal subject.
But now his family are working to raise the PS2,000 needed to buy a specialist buggy which will allow Haydn, of Crawcrook, in Gateshead, the sense of independence he craves.
Haydn and Kirkeby will focus on creating and maintaining relationships with credit union business members.
The original was composed for orchestra but Haydn, mindful of the lucrative market for domestic and choral performances, crafted string quartet and oratorio versions.
The 'Sir Haydn Appeal' has been established for donations towards the overhaul of the Loughborough built steam locomotive and has raised almost PS25,000 so far.
Imogen Davey, of Marsden, took the Haydn Wood Trophy for the highest mark of any Colne Valley-based entrant in the competition.
Haydn brings a wealth of knowledge of this industry to Sequitur Labs and we are keen to accelerate the development of products to solve these nascent requirements.
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Kier Group, the leading construction, services and property group, which employs over 16,000 staff worldwide, welcomes its new chief executive Haydn Mursell to the post.
Emma's son, Haydn, tragically died, age 9, due to anaphylactic shock caused by the combination of asthma and an allergic reaction to peanuts.
David Damschroder's third installment in what has amounted to a trilogy of interconnected monographs, Harmony in Haydn and Mozart (hereafter, Haydn and Mozart), is an inspiring work of music theory and analysis that casts yet another new light on select compositions by two late-eighteenth-century masters.
Franz Joseph Haydn (31 March 1732 - 31 May 1809), was an Austrian composer and one of the most prolific and prominent of the Classical period.
Adrian, 50, remarked on the uncanny family resemblance he shared with the man on screen - Haydn Wells, 20 - who turned out to be the son he has never met.
Haydn Abbott has taken on the role of Non Executive Chairman.