List of symphonies in E major

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This is a list of symphonies in E major written by notable composers.

Composer Symphony
Carl Friedrich Abel Symphony, Op. 10 No. 1, WK 19
Hugo Alfvén Symphony No. 3, op. 23 (1904—1905)[1]
Frederic Austin Symphony (premiered 1913)[2][3]
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Symphony No. 6 for Strings, Wotquenne 182/6, H. 662 (commissioned 1773)[4]
Johann Christian Bach Symphony No. 28 op. 18 no. 5 (CW C28, T270/10), 1772.
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach Symphony No. 4 Wf I:4 (by 1769)
Franz Ignaz Beck Sinfonia, op. 13 no. 1 (Callen 25)
Hermann Bischoff Symphony No.1 (ca.1906)
Max Bruch Symphony No. 3 op. 51 (1882)[5]
Anton Bruckner Symphony No. 7 (1881–83, revised 1885) (WAB 107)
Christian Cannabich Symphony No. 52 (published 1772)[6]
Frederic Hymen Cowen Symphony No. 6 "Idyllic" (1897)[2][7]
Eric DeLamarter Symphony No. 3 (premiered 1933)[8]
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf Symphony Grave E1 (by 1761)[9]
Symphony Grave E2[10]
Ernő Dohnányi Symphony No. 2, op. 40 (1945, revised 1954–57)
Robert Fuchs Symphony No. 3, op. 79 (1906) [11]
Niels Wilhelm Gade Symphony No. 2, op. 10 (1843)
Florian Leopold Gassmann Symphonies Hill 63, 105, 106.[12] One of Wanhal's was attributed to Gassmann once.
Alexander Glazunov Symphony No. 1, op. 5 (1881–84)
Asger Hamerik Symphony No. 3, op. 33 "Symphonie lyrique" (1885)
Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann Symphony No. 2, op. 48 (1847–48)
Joseph Haydn Symphony No. 12 (1763)
Symphony No. 29 (1765)
Michael Haydn Symphony No. 7, MH 65, Perger 5 (1764)
Symphony No. 17, MH 151, Perger 17 (1771?)
Franz Anton Hoffmeister Symphony, Op.3 No.1 (1778) [13][14][15]
Leopold Kozeluch Symphony P I:E1
Franz Lachner Symphony No. 4 (1834)
Albéric Magnard Symphony No. 2, op. 6 (1892–93, rev. 1896)
Miguel Marqués Symphony No. 4[16]
Étienne Méhul Symphony No. 4 (1810)
Erkki Melartin Symphony No. 4 "Summer", op. 80 (1912)
Nikolai Myaskovsky Symphony No. 20, op. 50 (1940) [17]
Ludolf Nielsen Symphony No. 2, op. 19 (1907–1909)[18]
Carlo d'Ordonez Symphony, Brown E1
Symphony, Brown E2[19]
Symphony, Brown E3
Symphony, Brown E4
Wenzel Pichl Symphony Clio, Zakin 8 (1768)[20]
Joachim Raff Symphony No. 5 "Lenore", op. 177 (1872)
Levko Revutsky Symphony No. 2, op. 12 (1926–27, revised 1940 and 1970)
Julius Röntgen Symphony No. 18 (1932)[21]
Guy Ropartz Symphony No. 3 with choir (1905–1906)[22]
Hans Rott Symphony (1878–80)[23]
Franz Schmidt Symphony No. 1 (1896)
Arnold Schoenberg Chamber Symphony No. 1, op. 9 (1906)
Franz Schubert Symphony No. 7, D. 729
Alexander Scriabin Symphony No. 1, op. 26 (1900)
Josef Suk Symphony No. 1, op. 14 (1897–99)
Arthur Sullivan Symphony "Irish" (1863)[24]
Thomas Täglichsbeck Symphony No. 2, Opus 48[25]
Alexander Tcherepnin Symphony No. 1, Opus 42[26]
Harold Truscott Symphony (1949–50)
Johann Baptist Wanhal Symphony, Bryan E1[27]
*Symphony, Bryan E2[28]
Symphony, Bryan E3[29]
Symphony, Bryan E4[30][31]
Symphony, Bryan E5[32]
Václav Jindřich Veit Symphony, Opus 49[33]
Karl Weigl Symphony No. 1, op. 5 (1908)[34]
Felix Weingartner Symphony No. 3, op. 49 with organ (1908–10)

See also[edit]

For symphonies in E minor, see List of symphonies in E minor. For other keys, see List of symphonies by key.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hedwall, Lennart (1997). "Selective List of Works". Retrieved 2 November 2008. 
  2. ^ a b "The English Symphony 1880-1920". Musical Resources UK. March 25, 2007. Archived from the original on 28 June 2007. Retrieved 21 November 2007. 
  3. ^ Woolf, Jonathan (January 2004). "Review of Classico Recording of Austin's Symphony". MusicWeb International. Retrieved 24 May 2008. 
  4. ^ Badley, Allan (2004). "About the C.P.E. Bach Hamburg Symphonies Recording". Naxos Records. Retrieved 21 November 2007. 
  5. ^ "Max Bruch Catalog of Works". 2005. Archived from the original on 30 December 2007. Retrieved 27 November 2007. 
  6. ^ Cannabich, Christian; Badley, Allan (1997). "Cannabich Symphony 52". Artaria Editions. Retrieved 24 May 2008. 
  7. ^ Woolf, Jonathan (September 2006). "Review of Recording of Cowen Symphony 6". MusicWeb International. Retrieved 24 May 2008. 
  8. ^ "Chicago Symphony Orchestra: World Premieres 1916–1920". Retrieved 2 November 2008. 
  9. ^ von Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters; Badley, Allan (1998). "von Dittersdorf Symphony Grave E1". Artaria Editions. Retrieved 24 May 2008. 
  10. ^ von Dittersdorf, Carl Ditters; Monn, Georg Matthias; Monn, Johann Christoph; Grave, Margaret H., ed.; Badura-Skoda, Eva, ed.; Rudolf, Kenneth E., ed. (1985). Six symphonies by Dittersdorf, them. index e1, E3, E2, A10, D9, C14. Five symphonies by Georg Matthias Monn, them. index D-5, E-1, A-2, B-1, B-2 / Georg Mathias Monn. One symphony, them. index C-51 by Johann Christoph Mann. New York: Garland Publishing. ISBN 0-8240-3859-2. 
  11. ^ Schlüren, Christoph (2003). "Online Publication of Preface to Score of Fuchs' 3rd Symphony" (in German). Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 1 September 2008. 
  12. ^ Hill (1981), pp. xxvii–xxx
  13. ^ Phillips, John (February 2006). "Review of Hoffmeister Symphony Recording". MusicWeb International. Retrieved 19 November 2007. 
  14. ^ Mentioned in the Breitkopf (of Leipzig) Catalog in 1778. Maunder, Richard (2005). "Brochure for Bamert's Hoffmeister Symphony Recording on Chandos" (PDF). pp. page 4. Retrieved October 4, 2013. 
  15. ^ See this description, with incipits clearly in E major, of the symphony, at RISM online (based on an abschrift from the late 19th century, in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Musikabteilung, München library. Described as Op.3 No.1 here.) Date 1778 as noted is from BrookB- the Breitkopf thematic catalogue.
  16. ^ "BBC Broadcast of Performance of Pedro Miguel Marqués y García Symphony 4 in E". 31 December 2007. Retrieved 1 September 2008. 
  17. ^ Rijen, Onno van. "Opus by Miaskovsky". Retrieved 22 November 2007. 
  18. ^ Nielsen, Carl Ludolf (composed 1907-9, published 1911). "Score of Ludolf Symphony No.2 at IMSLP (as of March 2011, piano 4-hand reduction only, but this suffices to establish key)". Wilhelm Hansen. Retrieved March 21, 2011. 
  19. ^ d'Ordonez, Carlo; Badley, Allan (1996). "d'Ordonez Symphony Brown Catalog E2". Artaria Editions. Retrieved 24 May 2008. 
  20. ^ Pichl, Vaclav; Badley, Allan (1998). "Pichl Symphony "Clio"". Artaria Editions. Retrieved 24 May 2008. 
  21. ^ "Röntgen Worklist" (in Dutch). Julius Röntgen Stichting. Archived from the original on 22 July 2007. Retrieved 27 November 2007. 
  22. ^ Lethel, Philippe (1995). "Ropartz Worklist" (PDF) (in French). Salabert. Retrieved 27 November 2007. 
  23. ^ Brilla, Martin (2007). "Hans Rott Worklist". Hans Rott Society. Retrieved 21 November 2007. 
  24. ^ Zychowicz, James L. (2006). "Online Publication of Preface to Sullivan's Irish Symphony". Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 21 November 2007. 
  25. ^ Walter Frisch, Brahms: The Four Symphonies. New Haven: Yale University Press (2003): 7-10. Table 1-1, "A chronological listing of symphonies by contemporary composers published in the Austro-German sphere in the period between Schumann's Third and Brahms's First." Täglichsbeck's is listed under 1863.
  26. ^ "Discography of Pianist Noriko Ogawa". Retrieved 2 November 2008. 
  27. ^ Bryan (1997), 297
  28. ^ Bryan (1997), 297–298
  29. ^ Bryan (1997), 298–299
  30. ^ Bryan (1997), 299. Bryan acknowledges the possibility this one might be by Florian Leopold Gassmann.
  31. ^ Hill (1981), p. xxxvi "S:K Symphony in E major ... Source: CS Pnm XXXII A 292 (Gassmann) Composer: Vaňhal, Breitkopf catalogue 1775 and MS copies"
  32. ^ Bryan (1997), 299–300
  33. ^ Walter Frisch, Brahms: The Four Symphonies. New Haven: Yale University Press (2003): 7-10. Table 1-1, "A chronological listing of symphonies by contemporary composers published in the Austro-German sphere in the period between Schumann's Third and Brahms's First." Veit's is listed under 1860.
  34. ^ "Karl Weigl Papers". Irving S. Gilmore Music Library of Yale University. Retrieved 21 November 2007. 

References[edit]

  • Bryan, Paul, Johann Waṅhall, Viennese Symphonist: His Life and His Musical Environment Stuyvesant: Pendragon Press (1997)
  • Hill, George R.: "Thematic Index" in The Symphony 1720–1840 Series B — Volume X, ed. Barry S. Brooks (New York & London, 1981)