List of symphonies in A minor

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This is a list of symphonies in A minor written by notable composers.

Composer Symphony
Hugo Alfvén Symphony No. 5, Op. 54 (1942, 1952/3)
Victor Bendix Symphony No. 3, Op. 25 (1895)
Arrigo Boito Symphony
Alexander Borodin Symphony No. 3 (1886/7, incomplete)
Havergal Brian
  • Symphony No. 9 (1951)[1]
  • Symphony No. 25 (1965-6)[2]
Stephen Brown Symphony, The Northern Journey
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Symphony, Op. 8 (1896)[3]
Johann Nepomuk David Symphony No. 1, Op. 18 (1937)[4]
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf Symphony "Il delirio delli compositori, ossia Il gusto d'oggidi" (1770s)[5]
Thomas Dunhill Symphony, Op. 48 (1914-6)[6]
Johann Friedrich Fasch Symphony Fwv M:a 1
Eduard Franck Symphony (1846 - lost)
Niels Gade Symphony No. 3, Op. 15 (1847)
Edward German Symphony No. 2 "Norwich" (1893)[3]
Evgeny Golubev Symphony No. 5, Op. 45 (1960)[7]
Howard Hanson Symphony No. 3, Op. 33 (1937)
Alfred Hill
  • Symphony No. 5 "Carnival" (1955, arrangement of a string quartet from 1912)[8][9]
  • Symphony No. 13 for Strings (1959)[8]
Vincent d'Indy Symphony No. 1 (1872)[10]
Mykola Kolessa Symphony No. 2 (1966)
George Lloyd Symphony No. 1 (1932)[11]
George Alexander Macfarren Symphony No. 5 (1833)[8]
Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 6 (1904, revised 1906)
John Blackwood McEwen Symphony (1898)[3]
Erkki Melartin Symphony No. 5 "Sinfonia Brevis", Op. 90 (1915)
Felix Mendelssohn Symphony No. 3, Op. 56, "Scottish"
Alexander Mosolov Symphony No. 5 (1959–60)
Alexander Moyzes Symphony No. 2, Op. 16 (1932, revised 1941)[12]
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony "Odense" K. Anh 220 (16a) (1765?)
Nikolai Myaskovsky
Sergei Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 3, Op. 44 (1935-6)
Joachim Raff Symphony No. 11, Op. 214 "Winter" (1876, unfinished) [13]
Ferdinand Ries Symphony No. 7, Op. 181 (1835)
Jean Rivier Symphony No. 5[14]
Julius Röntgen Symphony (1931)[15][16]
Guy Ropartz Symphonie sur un Choral Breton. (1894-5)[17]
Anton Rubinstein Symphony No. 6, Op. 111 (1886)
Camille Saint-Saëns Symphony No. 2, Op. 55 (1859)
Vadim Salmanov Symphony No. 3 (1963)
Bernhard Scholz Symphony No. 2, Op. 80 (published 1896)[18][19]
Franz Schreker Symphony, Op. 1
Cyril Scott Symphony No. 2, Op. 22 (1903)[3]
Jean Sibelius Symphony No. 4, Op. 63 (1910-1)
Alice Mary Smith Symphony in A minor (probably 1876)[20]
Alexandre Tansman Symphony No. 2 (1926)[21]
Randall Thompson Symphony No. 3[22]
Johann Baptist Wanhal
  • Symphony Bryan a1
  • Symphony Bryan a2 (1770s)[23]
Sergei Vasilenko Symphony No. 5, Op. 123 (1947)[24]
Louis Vierne Symphony, Op. 24 (1907-8)
Karl Weigl Symphony No. 6 (1947)[25]
Mieczysław Weinberg
  • Symphony No. 4, Op. 61 (1957)
  • Symphony No. 6, Op. 79 (1962-3)[26]
  • Symphony No. 10, Op. 98 (1968)

See also[edit]

For symphonies in A major, see List of symphonies in A major. For other keys, see List of symphonies by key.

References[edit]

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