Haydn Society of North America

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Spring 2019: Volume 9.1
Article
Minor-Mode Sonata-Form Dynamics in Haydn’s String Quartets
Matthew J. Hall

Fall 2018: Volume 8.2
Articles
Another Look at Chromatic Third-Related Key Relationships in Late Haydn: Parallel Keys and Remote Modulation in Selected String Quartet Minuets
James MacKay

Storace's Collection of Original Harpsichord Music as a Harbinger of Modernity
Allan Badley


Spring 2018: Volume 8.1
Articles
Haydn as a Man of Feeling: The Affect of Refined Sentiment in Selected Slow Movements ofHaydn’s String Quartets.
Eloise Boisjoli

Reviews
(
Book Review): Raymond Knapp. Making Light: Haydn, Musical Camp, and the Long Shadow of German Idealism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018.
Michael E. Ruhling

Fall 2017: Volume 7.2
Articles
End Games: Haydn’s and Beethoven’s Play with Endings in their Opp. 33 no. 2s.
James K. Palmer

In Search of Haydn (Seventh Art Productions, 2015): Deconstructing the Documentary as an Effective Pedagogical Exercise.
Nancy November

Work in Progress
Towards the Recovery of Authentic Organ Continuo Practice in Haydn’s Concerted Sacred Music
Tom Mueller

Spring 2017: Volume 7.1
Approaches to Performance
Haydn’s London Ladies: Thoughts on Creating and Performing a Program
Clare McCaldin

Articles
Trimodular Block Strategies in Haydn’s Sonata Movements
Samantha M. Inman

Reviews
(
Book Review): Calvin R. Stapert. Playing Before the Lord: The Life and Work of Joseph Haydn. Grand Rapids, MI and Cambridge, U.K.: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Rena Marie Roussin

Fall 2016: Volume 6.2
Articles
Teaching Topics with Haydn (alongside that Other Guy)
Melanie Lowe

Reviews
(
CD Review): Two Recent Recordings of The Creation
Michael E. Ruhling

Work in Progress
Poets Playing Haydn: A Beginning Study of Haydn’s Literary Reception
Chad Fothergill

Spring 2016: Volume 6.1
Articles
Eighteenth-Century Music in a Twenty-First Century Conservatory of Music or Using Haydn to Make the Familiar Exciting
Mary Sue Morrow

Generating STEAM: Haydn and the Arts in General Education at a “Career-Oriented” Institute ofTechnology
Michael E. Ruhling

Haydn as a London “Star:” Thoughts on Using Material Culture to Teach Eighteenth-Century Music at a Liberal Arts College
Vanessa L. Rogers

Reviews
(Book Review): Bryan Proksch, Reviving Haydn: New Appreciations in the Twentieth Century. Eastman Studies in Music. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2015.
Jess Tyre

(Book Review): Matthew Riley, The Viennese Minor-Key Symphony in the Age of Haydn and Mozart. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.
Bertil van Boer

Fall 2015: Volume 5.2
Articles
Beautiful Haydn
Nancy November

Reviews
(
Book Review): Irving Godt, Marianna Martines: A Woman Composer in the Vienna of Mozart and Haydn. Edited by John A. Rice. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2010
Bertil van Boer

Joseph Haydn: String Quartet in D minor, Op. 103—completed as a four-movement work by William Drabkin. London: Music Haven Ltd., 2013. ISBN: 978-0993006821.
Anthony Martin

Recording Review: Recent Recordings of Haydn's Music by Fortepianists Sylvia Berry and Patrick Hawkins
Michael Weiss

Work in Progress
Diplomats as Musical Agents in the Age of Haydn
Mark Ferraguto

Spring 2015: Volume 5.1
Approaches to Performance
Performing Haydn: An interview with violinist Aisslinn Nosky
Michael E. Ruhling

Articles
A Portait of Nicolaus Esterházy, the “Good Prince” (1714-1790), Commemorating His 300th Birthday
János Malina

Reviews
(
Book Review): Bertil van Boer, The Musical Life of Joseph Martin Kraus: Letters of an Eighteenth- Century Swedish Composer
Jenny Välitalo

(CD Review): Recent Haydn Recordings Featuring violinist Aisslinn Nosky
Michael Weiss

Fall 2014: Volume 4.2
Articles
Larsen’s Legacy: The Three-Part Exposition and the New Formenlehre
Nathan John Martin

Remembering Christopher Hogwood (1941-2014)
Michael E. Ruhling

Spring 2014: Volume 4.1
Articles
Listening for Tertiary Rhetoric in Haydn’s Op. 77 String Quartets
Floyd Grave

Sonata form Experimentation in Joseph Haydn’s String Quartets, Opus 17 [Op-Ed]
James MacKay

The Expositions of Haydn’s String Quartets: A Corpus Analysis
Evan Cortens

The Use of Minor Mode and Playing With Sonority in the Expositions of Haydn’s String Quartets, Opp. 9 and 17
Adem Merter Birson

Unisons in Haydn’s String Quartets
Mary Hunter

Reviews

(CD Review): Joseph Haydn (arr. José Peris). The Seven Last Words of Christ: Version for String Quartet and Voice. Henschel Quartett and Susanne Kelling (mezzo-soprano).
Michael Weiss

Review of John Rice's Music in the Eighteenth Century
Bryan Proksch

Review of Mary Hunter and Richard Will, editors, Engaging Haydn: Culture, Context, and Criticism
Benjamin Korstvedt

Fall 2013: Volume 3.2
Articles
Haydn and the Analysis Wars: A View from the Sidelines
Mary Sue Morrow

More than a copy: Joseph Haydn’s Menuet al roverso in context
Balázs Mikusi

On Not Inviting Difficulties in Haydn’s Symphonies
Benjamin Korstvedt

Sonata Form Problems
Jens Peter Larsen (1963), as translated by Jerald C. Graue (1978)

The Farewell Symphony Between Paris and Russia
John A. Rice

Rediscovered & Important Documents
Haydn Documents in North America: Boston Handel and Haydn Society Part Books from 1827 and 1828
Michael E. Ruhling

Haydn Documents in North America: Library of Congress Collection of Joseph and Michael Haydn Holograph Photographs
Michael E. Ruhling

Reviews
Review of David Damschroder’s Harmony in Haydn and Mozart
James MacKay

Spring 2013: Volume 3.1
Articles
“Begin at the Beginning”: Milton, Handel, Haydn, and the Origins of The Creation
John Rogers

Creating Chaos in Haydn’s Creation*
Melanie Lowe

Haydn and The Creation in Buda, March 1800
János Malina

Reviews
(
Review): The Creation Performance Editions
William Weinert

Fall 2012: Volume 2.2
Approaches to Performance
A Finale for Haydn’s Last String Quartet
William Drabkin

Articles
Hepokoski and Darcy’s Haydn
Alexander Ludwig

Reviews
(
DVD Review): Nicholas Harnoncourt and the Theater an der Wien, Il Mondo della Luna
Charles T. Downey

Spring 2012: Volume 2.1
Articles
Reviving the Classic, Inventing Memory: Haydn’s Reception in Fin-de-Siècle France
Jess Tyre

The London Pianist: Theresa Jansen and the English Works of Haydn, Dussek, and Clementi
Katelyn Clark

Two Composers and a Cellist: Haydn, Hofmann, and Joseph Weigl
Allan Badley

Reviews
(
Article Review): Beghin, Tom and Sander M. Goldberg, eds. Haydn and the Performance of Rhetoric. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2007.
Mary Sue Morrow

(Book Review): Daniel Heartz. Mozart, Haydn and Early Beethoven. 1781–1802. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2009.
Peter M. Alexander

(DVD Review): Roger Norrington. Haydn Symphonies Nos. 1, 96, 101. Radio-Sinfonieorchestra Stuttgart des SWR DVD-No 93.904. Hännsler Classic.
Denis McCalden

Fall 2011: Volume 1.1
Articles
Haydn’s “Farewell” Symphony: the Musical Aftermath of an Anecdote
Christine Siegert

The Technique of Chromatic Completion in Haydn’s Late Masses
Edward Green

Reviews
(
Book Review): Robert W. Demaree and Don V Moses. The Masses of Joseph Haydn: History, Style, Performance. Rochester Hills, MI: Classical Heritage, 2008.
Bruce C. MacIntyre

In Search of Haydn (Seventh Art Productions, 2015): Deconstructing the Documentary as an Effective Pedagogical Exercise.
Nancy November

(Work in Progress) Towards the Recovery of Authentic Organ Continuo Practice in Haydn’s Concerted Sacred Music
Tom Mueller