Jan 30, 2013
Arranged By: Leonard Handler, BMI(100.00%)
The master innovator of the sonata form, Joseph Haydn, was profoundly unfluential in his time and this brief piece illustrates why. Simple motifs make up the majority of the music here, but the composer's pacing and thematic development make this sonata remarkable. Haydn's Sonata 38 is a pleasantly compelling piece and is not to be missed.