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Koechel dates the work as from April although the autograph is illegible. Similarly, the Symphony No. The opening Allegro spiritoso is just that, a typically brilliant opening which then leads to the remarkable Andantino grazioso, which becomes something of a miniature oboe concerto in the style of a Siciliano, full of melody in contrast to the opening bustle. After the completion of Symphony No.
Indeed, he instead turned to writing a whole series of shorter works, chamber works, serenades and piano sonatas, as well as the fine collection of violin concertos. As a young man, Mozart had accepted commissions from various patrons and spread his net far and wide, writing not only the early symphonies on the previous discs of this set but also venturing into the fields of sonatas, concertos and choral and vocal works such as la finta semplice, La Betulia liberata, the grand opera seria Lucio Silla and now the first of the great comic operas La finta giardiniera.
He had gained experience working with and alongside the composers of the day such as Abel and J. Bach and had progressed from writing symphonies in the Italian overture style to establishing a typical sort of Austrian symphony that was to be the standard blueprint for himself and Haydn for the next years.
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These final works of the period were to represent an achievement which, for the time being at least, he felt he was unable to surpass or improve upon. It was time for a change. Some of the symphonies of represent an element of perfection that mirrors the successes of the last six symphonies of his career, particularly Nos. Perhaps it is fair to say that the Symphony No. It is possible that Mozart was now so involved with operatic commissions that he may well have anticipated such a use for the piece. In that respect, this work it has its cousins in the Symphony No.
Although not included on this disc, it is interesting to note that Mozart had now begun to compose a symphony in a minor key K , contrary to his usual choice of a major key. The music demonstrates the composer having learnt the lessons of chamber music, intensifying the argument and opening his first movement with a passage for strings alone that is then repeated by the whole orchestra.
A new spirit is afoot here, and the individual instruments take on more extreme characteristics. The central Andante has the feeling of a string quartet with the addition of two pairs of wind instruments. The Minuet that follows shows off the graceful nature of the dance against a violence that would not be alien to early Beethoven, and the final Allegro con spirito contains one of the most original and highly charged development sections that Mozart had dared to write at this point in his career. With this symphony it is fair to say that Mozart had traversed the long path from Italian overture to true classical symphony.
Mozart was satisfied with his A major symphony and was to repeat it on further occasions, unlike the later Symphony No. This is his final Salzburg work, composed before his journey to Paris. Despite being in four movements, suggesting an element of progression, Mozart had little new to say here and much of the influence of the work comes directly from Haydn. Similarly, although the opening movement has some interesting features it relies very much on ideas from previous compositions, while the Andantino is scored for strings alone and the Minuet lacks any strong originality.
The final movement has links to the opening but lacks any convincing argument. K is perhaps the most significant in its position as Mozart Complete Edition 4 the final part of the series of Salzburg Symphonies, concluding the period up to The opera was first performed in Milan on 17 October as part of the marriage celebrations of Archduke Ferdinand and the Princess Maria Ricciarda Beatrice of Modena. Symphonies Nos.
It is in four movements and dates from Salzburg, May The first movement is in sonata form and begins surprisingly quietly, followed by a serene slow movement Andantino grazioso with muted strings. The third movement is a Minuet and the symphony ends with a finale in sonata form, to parallel the opening. It is remarkable for the unquiet nature of its slow movement rather than the Haydenesque facility of its finale. This is a particularly agitated work with a remarkable, although short, slow movement and a dark and troubled Minuet, matched by a Trio section written for winds alone.
The first two works on this disc K and K are written in the style of Italian overtures. The latter work in particular, Symphony No. The companion work, Symphony No. Mozart composed his comic opera La finta giardiniera in Salzburg and Munich between and and its first performance took place in January that year. It was not a success, although recent revivals have found more in it than the original audience may have done. He revised the work into a German version Die Gaertnerin aus Liebe and took the overture and added a third movement to make up an independent, if somewhat lightweight, symphony Symphony in D K The final Allegro con spirito is one of those virtuosic movements that spells delight to the listener and a sense of alarm to the players.