Both Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as well as Ludwig van Beethoven looked up to Joseph Haydn; Mozart in adornment and Beethoven setting out to acquire Haydn as a mentor. Hayden was born in 1732 in a small country village of Rohrau, Austria (pronounced “roar-ow”) to a father who was a wheelwright who was both literate and musical. Haydn was educated to learn to read, write, sing, and play almost all wind and string instruments. When speaking of his schools headmaster, Haydn stated “I shall be indebted ...
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