The Sonata in D (Hoboken XVI:37) is one of Joseph Haydn´s best known and most widely played piano sonatas. The sparklingly brilliant first movement, the brooding and archaic overtones in the short largo and the typically ´Haydnesque´ grandiose flourishes in the finale make the piece an excellent teaching work that more experienced enthusiasts love playing. The Wiener Urtext Edition has now published this piece separately. The score follows Ulrich Leisinger´s newly revised version of the ChristaLandon edition. Essential aspects of performance are given in the interpretation notes by Robert D.Levin.