Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1:77

The Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1/77, is a work by Joseph Haydn completed in 1782. The finale movement here is by most agreed to be the Haydn's first use of the sonata rondo form. In 1782, almost a decade before Haydn composed the first of his famous London symphonies, he composed a trio of symphonies – 76, 77 and 78 – for a trip to London which fell through. Haydn wrote the following to his Paris music publisher Boyer, who wanted exclusive rights over them, but Haydn refused. It is ... more

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RecordingJoseph Haydn - Symphony No.77 in B flat major - I. Vivace
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RecordingJoseph Haydn - Symphony No.77 in B flat major - II. Andante sostenuto
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RecordingJoseph Haydn - Symphony No.77 in B flat major - III. Menuetto trio
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RecordingJoseph Haydn - Symphony No.77 in B flat major - IV. Allegro spiritoso
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Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1:77
Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1:77
Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1:77
Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1:77

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