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Joseph Haydn left five organ concerti to posterity. Their genesis can only be approximately determined; but is probably datable to the 1750s; when Haydn was still active; inter alia; as organist to Count Haugwitz. The C major Concerto Hob. XVIII: 10; transmitted only in one single manuscript; was not rediscovered until the 1960s and first published by the Henle Urtext edition in 1969. In the sole surviving manuscript; the solo instrument is identified as a harpsichord; but various criteria unequivocally suggest that it was intended for the organ. It belongs to the type of brief; easily playable solo concerto with string accompaniment.
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