Joseph Haydn, The Merry Little Peasant Study Guide

Joseph Haydn, The Merry Little Peasant Study Guide

Publisher: Zeezok Pub/Book Peddler
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Intended to complement Opal Wheeler and Sybil Deucher's classic Joseph Haydn the Merry Little Peasant. Packed with timelines, maps, reading comprehension questions, character quality highlights, and extra tidbits of information about Bach's life and his music. The use of this study guide will assist you in record keeping requirements you may have for courses taught, and will help your student to retain the information gathered.

Grades K - 6

(Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) was born in Rohrau, Austria.  His family was non-musical.  He was sent to be raised by a relative who knew music.  He excelled in composition.  He spent most of his adult life in Vienna where he was employed by wealthy families as the Music Director to lead their orchestras and/or emsembles.  He wrote concertos, masses, operas, string quartet pieces and symphonies.  During his lifetime he was callled the "Father of the Symphony."  His most famous works are the "Farewell Symphony," the "Surprise Symphony,' and the "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" which became the national anthem music for both Austria and Germany.

Book Title Joseph Haydn, The Merry Little Peasant Study Guide
Publisher: Zeezok Pub/Book Peddler
Intended to complement Opal Wheeler and Sybil Deucher's classic Joseph Haydn the Merry Little Peasant. Packed with timelines, maps, reading comprehension questions, character quality highlights, and extra tidbits of information about Bach's life and his music. The use of this study guide will assist you in record keeping requirements you may have for courses taught, and will help your student to retain the information gathered.

Grades K - 6

(Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) was born in Rohrau, Austria.  His family was non-musical.  He was sent to be raised by a relative who knew music.  He excelled in composition.  He spent most of his adult life in Vienna where he was employed by wealthy families as the Music Director to lead their orchestras and/or emsembles.  He wrote concertos, masses, operas, string quartet pieces and symphonies.  During his lifetime he was callled the "Father of the Symphony."  His most famous works are the "Farewell Symphony," the "Surprise Symphony,' and the "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" which became the national anthem music for both Austria and Germany.