The sun rose twice on Monday evening during Juilliard415’s concert at Alice Tully Hall: first in Haydn’s Symphony No. 6 (“Morning,” 1761), then in Telemann’s cantata “Die Tageszeiten” (“The Times of Day,” 1757). This was a fascinating juxtaposition of works finished only four years apart and similar in means and expression, by composers generally taken to represent distinct eras (Haydn the Classical, Telemann the Baroque).

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