A Little Light Haydn

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Joseph Haydn's first steady job was for Prince Anton Esterhazy. He wrote a series of Divertimenti and Concertini — light pieces for fortepiano and chamber ensemble. This is the Concertino in C Major, Hob. XIV: 12, played by Joerg Daehler (YURG DAY-ler) with the Eduard Melkus Ensemble.



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