Symphony G Major Hob. I:88 by : Andreas Friesenhagen : Joseph Haydn
Haydn probably composed his Symphony no. 88 in G major in 1787; just one year after the six so-called Paris symphonies. It was written; together with its sister work; the F-major Symphony no. 89; for the violinist Johann Tost; who sold it to the Parisian publisher Sieber. In both works; Haydn continues the compositional achievements of the Paris symphonies: mastery of orchestration; richness of musical ideas and details; and an idiosyncratic; multicoloured use of the wind section (which still makes do without clarinets). The G-major symphony is characterised by its cheerful; almost cheeky inflection - the theme of the rondo finale in particular possesses the strong qualities of an earworm. This study edition reproduces the musical text of the Haydn Complete Edition; which is a guarantor of the finest scholarship. An informative preface and a brief critical report make this handy score anideal companion for all Haydn fans; both present and future.
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|Publisher||Henle Urtext Edition|
| Media ||Softcover|
| Format ||Study Score|
| Length x Width x Height||9.5 x 6.75 x 0.193 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.42 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL51489056|
|Voicing Description||Study Score|
| 1st Publication Date||10/2019|
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