Plaque

Joseph Haydn

Joseph Haydn
Joseph Haydn

Erection date: 24/3/2015

Inscription

Joseph Haydn, 1732 - 1809, composer, lived in a house on this site, 1791.
The Haydn Society of Great Britain

Site: Joseph Haydn (1 memorial)

W1, Great Pulteney Street, 18

The Conversation points out that this house was convenient for 3 addresses frequented by Hayden: Hanover Square Concert Rooms (where he performed), the King’s Theatre in the Haymarket (for which he wrote an opera) and the Catholic chapel in Golden Square, where he worshiped.

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Joseph Haydn

Composer of the Classical period - prominent and prolific.  Born Austria as F...

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