List of symphonies in G minor

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

Composer Symphony
Kurt Atterberg Symphony No. 4 "Piccola", Op. 14 (1918)[1]
Johann Christian Bach Symphony, Op. 6, no. 6, T. 264-1 (pub. c. 1770)
Franz Ignaz Beck Symphony, Op. 1, no. 1 (Callen 1, published 1758)[2]
Symphony, Op. 2, no. 2 (Callen 8, published 1760)[3]
Symphony, Op. 3, no. 3 (Callen 15, published 1762)[4]
Julius Benedict Symphony, Op. 101 (published by 1873)[5][6]
William Sterndale Bennett Symphony No. 5 (WoO 31) (1835–36)
Symphony No. 6 Op. 43 (1864, revised 1867)
Franz Berwald Symphony No. 1 "Serieuse" (1842, revised 1844)[7]
Gaetano Brunetti Symphony No. 22 (1783)
Adam Carse Symphony No. 2 (c. 1908)
Carl Czerny Symphony No. 6, Op. posth. (1854)[8]
Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf Symphony Grave g1 (by 1768)[9]
Joachim Nicolas Eggert Symphony No. 4
Ernst Eichner Symphony Op. 6, No. 2 (1771–72)
Louise Farrenc Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 (1847)
Anton Fils Symphony (by 1760)[10]
Eduard Franck Symphony (1852/1856 – lost)
Gaspard Fritz (de) Symphony Op. 6, No. 6 (after 1770)
Gerhard Frommel (de) Symphony No. 2 (for small orch.) (1944–45)
Johann Joseph Fux Symphony K.306 (1709)
Niels Gade Symphony No. 6, Op. 32 (1857)
Friedrich Gernsheim Symphony No. 1, Op. 32 (1875)
Theodore Gouvy Symphony, Op. 87 (pub. 1893)[11]
Alexander Gretchaninov Symphony No. 5, Op. 153 (1936)[12]
Asger Hamerik Symphony No. 5, Op. 36 (1889–91)
Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann Symphony No. 1, Op. 17 (1835)
Joseph Haydn Symphony No. 39 (by 1768)
Symphony No. 83 "La Poule" (1785)
Andrés Isasi y Linares Symphony No. 2 (1918)
Vasily Kalinnikov Symphony No. 1 (1895)[13]
Jan Kalivoda Symphony no. 7 (WoO/01) (1841)[14]
Paul Kletzki Symphony No. 2 (1928)
Leopold Koželuch Symphony Op. 22, no. 3, PI: 5 (1787)
Franz Krommer Symphony No. 7[15]
F.L.Æ. Kunzen Symphony (1795?)[16]
Franz Lachner Symphony No. 8, Op. 100 (1851)[17]
Édouard Lalo Symphony (1886)[18]
Simon Le Duc Symphony ("a tre") Op. 2 No. 2 (1767)
Pierre van Maldere Symphony Op. 4, No. 1 (pub. 1764)
Witold Maliszewski Symphony No. 1, Op. 8 (1902)
François Martin Symphony Op. 4, No. 2 (pub. 1751)
Étienne Méhul Symphony No. 1 (1808–1809)
Ernest John Moeran Symphony (1924–37)[19]
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 25, K. 183 (1773)
Symphony No. 40, K. 550 (1788)
Nikolai Myaskovsky Symphony No. 12, Op. 35 "October" (or "Collective Farm") (1931–32)[20]
Josef Mysliveček Symphony, Op. 1, No. 5 (E10:g1) (pub. 1764)
Alberto Nepomuceno Symphony (1893)
Carl Nielsen Symphony No. 1, Op. 7 (1891)
Otto Olsson Symphony, Op. 11 (1902)[21]
Karl von Ordóñez *Symphony in G minor, Brown G6 (lost)[22]
Symphony in G minor, Brown G7 (date of composition unknown)[22]
Symphony in G minor, Brown G8 (c. 1775)[23]
Gavriil Nikolayevich Popov Symphony No. 2, Op. 39 (in G minor/A minor) "Homeland" (1943)
Cipriani Potter Symphony No. 10 (1832)[24][25]
Joachim Raff Symphony No. 4, Op. 167 (1871) [26]
Carl Reinecke Symphony No. 3, Op. 227 (premiered 1895)[27]
Franz Xaver Richter Symphony Riemann 27 (c. 1740)[28]
Symphony No. 29 "with fugue"
Henri-Joseph Rigel Symphony "No. 8" (pub. 1783)
Antonio Rosetti Symphony, Murray A42 (1787)
Albert Roussel Symphony No. 3, Op. 42 (1929–30)
Anton Rubinstein Symphony No. 5, Op. 107 (1880)[29]
Ernst Rudorff Symphony No. 2, Op. 40 (published 1890)[11]</ref>
Giovanni Battista Sammartini Sinfonia, J.-C. 56
Sinfonia, J.-C. 57
Sinfonia, J.-C. 59 (incomplete)
Robert Schumann Symphony Zwickauer, WoO29 (1832–33? Incomplete)
Dmitri Shostakovich Symphony No. 11, Op. 103 "The Year 1905" (1957)
Johann Stamitz Symphony ("Orchestral Trio") Op. 4, No. 5 (pub. 1758)
Wilhelm Stenhammar Symphony No. 2, Op. 34 (1911–15)
William Grant Still Symphony No. 2 "The Song of a New Race" (1937)[30]
George Templeton Strong Symphony No. 2, Op. 50, Sintram (premiered 1893)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 1, Op. 13 "Winter Daydreams" (1866)
Sergei Vasilenko Symphony No. 1, Op. 10 (1904–1906)[11][31]
Georg Christoph Wagenseil Symphony WV 418 (early 1760s)
Johann Baptist Wanhal Symphony, Bryan catalog Gm1 (c. 1771)[32][33]
Symphony, Bryan catalog Gm2 (date not known)[33]
Mieczysław Weinberg Symphony No. 1, Op. 10 (1942)[34]
Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse Symphony No. 1, DF 117 (1805)[35]
Joseph Wölfl Symphony, Op. 40 (pub. 1803)

See also[edit]

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

References[edit]

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