20 Piano Sonatas (Haydn, Joseph)

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Ludwig Klee (1846-1920)
Sigmund Lebert (1822-1884)
Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, No.295, 1894. Plate 11695-11704.
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Editor Ludwig Klee (1846-1920)
Sigmund Lebert (1822-1884)
Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, No.296, 1894. Plate 11705-11714.
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Misc. Comments

In deciding which of Haydn's keyboard works were specifically for piano, it is interesting to note Grove Musics comments: "During the 1760s these keyboard works were apparently composed for the harpsichord. The first clear (albeit indirect) evidence of composition for the fortepiano (or possibly clavichord) is found in the highly expressive Sonata no.20 (1771), with mannered dynamic marks. Nevertheless, most works from the 1770s may have been conceived for the harpsichord or neutrally for both instruments. Beginning in the early 1780s, and decisively from the late 1780s on, Haydn composed for the fortepiano."