New goal on the blog: sharing music every day as a break and boost during these unsettling times. Hope this will brighten your day and help you stay well. 🙂 If you’d like to check out earlier posts, you’ll find the first of this series here.
I’m sharing another Haydn sonata today; these seem to be perfect music for quarantine. (Sorry about that pun above.) As always in his music, Haydn showcases the precise, elegant style of the Classical era. This sonata, in three short movements, is warm, cheerful, and full of energy.
Also wanted to share, as I’ll do for the next few days, that this coming Saturday (4/4) I’ll be giving a short concert via Facebook Live. If you’ve been enjoying the blog, I’d love to have you tune in on my FB page on Saturday at 7 pm, for about half an hour of music by Mendelssohn, Bach, Beethoven, and Gershwin.
Meanwhile, enjoy today’s sonata. As always, you’re welcome to share your thoughts and responses to the music in the comments. Make sure to subscribe to the blog if you’d like a daily dose of music, and visit back soon!