Symphony No. 19 (Michael Haydn)

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Michael Haydn's Symphony No. 19 in D major, Perger 11, Sherman 19, MH 198, was written in Salzburg in 1774.[1]

Scored for flute, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 horns (featured prominently in the Andante second movement), and strings, in four movements:

  1. Allegro
  2. Andante, in D minor
  3. Minuet and Trio (the latter in D minor)
  4. Presto assai

Of the symphonies with Minuets, this is one of the few to have a minor key trio (another is Symphony No. 5).


  1. ^ Stanley Sadie, "Review: The Younger Haydn" Musical Times 109 1501 (1968): 262. "The finale of the D major symphony, written in 1774, exemplifies the latter [an easygoing humour]."
  • A. Delarte, "A Quick Overview Of The Instrumental Music Of Michael Haydn" Bob's Poetry Magazine November 2006: 20 PDF
  • Charles H. Sherman and T. Donley Thomas, Johann Michael Haydn (1737 - 1806), a chronological thematic catalogue of his works. Stuyvesant, New York: Pendragon Press (1993)
  • C. Sherman, "Johann Michael Haydn" in The Symphony: Salzburg, Part 2 London: Garland Publishing (1982): lxviii