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(H,E) Recognizing Haydn as Croatian
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  12/17/2002 | Culture And Arts | Unrated
(H,E) Recognizing Haydn as Croatian

Haydn

Croatian

Slušala sam vecernji koncert na KUSC, Los Angeles, koji vodi Jim Svejda, najpoznatiji host i muzikolog. Najavio je jednu Haydnovu kasnu simfoniju te je rekao "it is interesting how the man, who practically invented the symphony, returned to his roots in a symphony late in life, using a Croatian tune", ili tako nekako u tom smislu. To me silno razveselilo, pa sam mislila da ce svima biti drago cuti.
Iva

I was listening to an evening concert on KUSC, Los Angeles, conducted by Jim Svejda , best-known host and musicolog. He announced a late symphony by Haydn and said: "it is interesting how the man, who practically invented the symphony, returned to his roots in a symphony late in life, using a Croatian tune", or words to that effect. It pleased me so much, I thought that all of you would like to hear it too. 
Iva

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