Haydn And The Enlightenment

Haydn joined the Masonic Lodge Zur wahren Eintracht in Vienna in 1785, but he was not a member for very long, and was reputedly not particularly interested in Freemasonry.

Dermot Clinch investigates Haydn's connections with Masonic ideas, and talks to scholars of the 18th-century Enlightenment, including Professor David Schroeder, who feels that the Enlightenment had a strong influence on the composer's music.

Dermot Clinch explores the influence of Enlightenment ideas and Freemansonry on Haydn.

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Haydn joined the Masonic Lodge Zur wahren Eintracht in Vienna in 1785, but he was not a member for very long, and was reputedly not particularly interested in Freemasonry.

Dermot Clinch investigates Haydn's connections with Masonic ideas, and talks to scholars of the 18th-century Enlightenment, including Professor David Schroeder, who feels that the Enlightenment had a strong influence on the composer's music.

Dermot Clinch explores the influence of Enlightenment ideas and Freemansonry on Haydn.

Haydn joined the Masonic Lodge Zur wahren Eintracht in Vienna in1785, but he was not a member for very long, and was reputedly not particularly interested in Freemasonry.

Dermot Clinch looks at the influence of Freemasonry and the Enlightenment on Haydn.