“Few musical repertoires have attracted such a convenient and thorough compendium of knowledge.” —Early Music News
“A. Peter Brown has performed an excellent service for devotees of early keyboard music, and for all students of eighteenth-century music . . . ” —Early Keyboard Journal
“A. Peter Brown has created a unique compendium, discussing all of Haydn’s works with keyboard, comparing them and placing them in a variety of contexts, historical, social and scholarly.” —Journal of the American Musicological Society
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Haydn scholar A. Peter Brown offers the first detailed and comprehensive study of the composer’s keyboard works, encompassing the solo sonatas, keyboard trios, accompanied divertimentos, concertos, concertinos, and Klavierstücke.