Joseph Haydn composed his six String Quartets, Op. 20, in 1772. These quartets are among the works that earned him the name "the father of the string quartet." In these pieces Haydn develops compositional techniques that were to define the medium for the next 200 years, so they are considered a milestone in the history of composition.

Extra Information Haydn added the flute, oboes and bassoon for a later performance (before 1st ed.) The 2 clarinets and 2 horns found in some editions were added by another unknown hand, long after the first publication ... Print now Benedictus (from Missa Sancti Hieronymi, MH 254) sheet music for choir (SATB: soprano, alto, tenor, bass) by Johann Michael Haydn. Lyrics included, piano or other accompaniment may be included. Benedictus digital sheet music. Access this edition published by Faber Music and 110,000 other scores on the nkoda app. Discover the largest digital library of sheet music ever created on subscription.