Symphony No 25 in G major (circa 1783 )
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|Full name of work:||Symphony No 25 in G major (circa 1783 )|
|Composer:||Haydn and Mozart, Johann ( 1737-1806 ) and Wolfgang (1756-1791), Austrian|
|Name of file creator:||White, John H|
|e-mail address:||jalbis127 "at" gmail "dot" com|
|Comments:||Michael Haydn, younger brother of Joseph, wrote around 40|
symphonies, some with 3 and some with 4 movements. This is one of his
shorter symphonies to which his good friend Mozart added a slow introduction
for a performance at Linz in 1783.
For 150 years the whole work was attributed to Mozart as his Symphony No
37 in G and Von Kochel even gave it the number 444 in his catalogue of
2nd Composer - Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791), Austrian