Haydn Nelson Mass [Test Event]

This event is for demonstration purposes only

Composed in 1798, the Lord Nelson Mass was first performed on September 23 of that year and is Haydn’s largest mass, as well as one of his most beloved choral/orchestral works. It is also his only minor-key mass, set in d minor at the opening, but leading to a victorious D Major finale. The orchestra does not include woodwinds--Prince Esterhazy had dismissed the wind players to fight in the war--and the use of three trumpets and timpani in the accompaniment creates a military feel, perhaps influencing its name.

Forthcoming Dates
Haydn Nelson Mass [Test Event]
Starts at 7.30pm prompt - No latecomers
Nelson Concert Hall
London
Haydn Nelson Mass [Test Event]
Starts at 7.30pm prompt - No latecomers
Nelson Concert Hall
London