Musicologist and pianist John Harutunian studied at Wheaton (Illinois) College,
Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and UCLA where he received his Ph.D. Dr. Harutunian has taught at Bridgewater State College, Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell
Theological Seminary. He has recorded several CDs. Dr. Harutunian is listed in the International Who's Who in Music.
2005 0-7734-6202-3 The names of Franz Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are so closely intertwined that most people speak them in the same breath. As contemporaneous composers, they spoke the same musical language, that of late eighteenth-century Classicism. Specifically, they shared the summit in the development of a procedure known as sonata style. Nevertheless, experienced listeners can readily distinguish between the two composers. Articulating these differences, however, is another matter entirely. This book does so, in a way which presents a clear and comprehensive picture of these two great figures of Western music.