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    No.18 in C (1773), with a length of 26:45 (albeit with some repeats), rivals the most substantial symphonies of other composers of the time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v80s4yjSdQM&t=10m18s (the harmonies at 11:23~12:41 are wonderful).
    Compare it with https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtJEN3Z2Jpg&t=4m17s

    "The Minuet is unusual in that it has a composed coda (as opposed to a mere da capo repeat after the trio) something which would become standard in the Scherzi of Ludwig van Beethoven." <wikipedia>
    This is something I noticed about No.33 in B flat as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gargamel View Post
    Where can I find scores for M. Haydn's Symphonies?
    There are string parts for No.29 in D minor available on IMSLP.
    (btw, speaking of the 29th, the transition from the first theme to the second theme in the first movement reminds me of the confutatis from Mozart's requiem and the pedal points in the D major coda of the third movement reminds me of K.466.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gargamel View Post
    Some of them are extremely hard to find and unavailable on sites such as Sheet music plus.
    It's weird cause the scores for his vocal music can be easily downloaded or purchased on the net.
    EX.
    Quote Originally Posted by hammeredklavier View Post
    notice there is a "tendency" for a "continuity" of melody (themes from one movement get used in the subsequent movements in altered forms). Quoniam tu salus (the end of Gloria): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfbwNRKuVRo&t=8m39s


    Quote Originally Posted by hammeredklavier View Post
    Patrem omnipotentem (the beginning of Credo): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfbwNRKuVRo&t=12m18s
    Last edited by hammeredklavier; Aug-27-2021 at 14:58.

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    No.18 in C: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v80s4yjSdQM&t=1m9s (1:17~1:23)
    K.466: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvaNnPhC0mM&t=1m12s (1:21~1:28 / 1:48~1:52)
    Both composers have this sort of "restless" sound in other works, but I can't think of many other examples at the moment.
    No.22 in D: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppTToo8lrMQ&t=5m12s (5:12~5:30)
    No.23 in F: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIPffGnkaKU&t=1m4s (1:04~1:12)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammeredklavier View Post
    symphony No.31 in F (1785)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnzHku6aHYE&t=8m20s
    so full of sorrow and grace
    8:56~9:07
    9:35~9:54
    10:11~10:25
    No.30 in D (1785): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0u_XpSjLdw&t=7m23s
    K.218: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5M2vk-RUGA&t=11m12s
    K.258: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=538YjmPOTw8&t=13m

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    unforgettable uses of dissonance
    No.23 in F: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIPffGnkaKU&t=3m32s (3:34~3:56)
    No.29 in D minor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI57vfbiqf4&t=2m2s (2:11~2:19)

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