Acc1 responsables
Acc2a tatin
Acc1 responsables
Cont1 secrétariat
Cont1 secrétariat
Cont1 achats 3
Rev20 Comedy
Rev20 Comedy
Rev19 Chabanon
Rev18 Mal
Rev17 Querelles
Rev16 Oratorio
Rev15 Theatralite
Rev14 haendel
Rev13 hennin
Rev12 wagner
Rev11 debussy
Rev10 noverre
Rev9 gluck
Rev8 prokofiev
Rev7 haydn
Rev6 chabanon
Rev5 livret
Rev4 texte
Rev3 representations
Rev2 interpretation
Rev1 melanges
M1 Communications
M1 Communications
M1 Communications
M1 Communications
Rev7 haydn
Rev7a preface
Rev7n scholz
Rev7j leblanc
Rev7i esquier
Rev7h siegert
Rev7g gasche
Rev7f degott
Rev7k poor
Rev7m haselbock
Rev7b gruber
Rev7c gier
Rev7e winckler
Rev7d kalmar
Rev7l anton

This paper deals with Haydn’s Hungary in the second half of the eighteenth century, a period particularly dynamic throughout Europe. Changes in Hungary were quite surprising in comparison with other European countries. Indeed, the country had to be rebuilt after its liberation from the Turkish yoke, which did happen, and the newly-built and demographically doubled Hungary also followed Europe culturally. More and more Hungarians studied in Vienna and in foreign universities. Hungary was also to be seen among the members of the first Viennese Masonic lodge, and Freemasonry soon took roots in Hungary, Croatia and Transylvania. More and more aristocrats and civil servants lived and worked in Vienna. In spite of all that, Hungary remained a conservative country with, on the one hand, a majority of people deprived of civil rights and, on the other hand, a minority of highly privileged noblemen. Maria Theresa and Joseph II’s far-reaching – but undoubtedly anti-constitutional – attempts at modernising the country were undermined by this influential minority. The purpose of this paper is to show how Haydn was, in the course of three decades, the contemporary witness of the conflicts between Vienna and Hungary.

Joseph Haydn und Europa

N° 7 k

János Poór

Universität Budapest

Haydns Ungarn - Modernisierungsversuche und Kompromisse



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Pierre Degott
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János Poór
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Gerhard Winkler
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