Symphony no. 47 in G, Hob. I:47

Haydn's Symphony in G major, Hob. I:47 was probably written around 1772. It is a work in four movements, and in this work Haydn finds a new sense of poise and surenesss. The "Minuetto al Roverso"  at the end is the reason this symphony is sometimes called The Palindrome: the second part of the Minuet is the same as the first but backwards, and the Trio is also written in this way.

This piece contains the following parts:

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Symphony No. 47 in G - I. Allegro
Symphony No. 47 in G - II. Un Poco Adagio, Cantabile
Symphony No. 47 in G - III. Menuet & Trio

Franz Joseph Haydn

Franz Joseph Haydn, known as Joseph Haydn, was an Austrian composer, one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the Classical ...
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