Symphony No. 4 (Mozart)
Even though the original of Mozart's manuscript has not survived, the set of parts written in the hand of his father, Leopold Mozart, is preserved in the Bavarian State Library in Munich. It is known today that the early symphonies by young Mozart were performed at the public concerts in the Little Haymarket Theatre in London. It is therefore possible that these parts were written for one of these public performances, although Zaslaw concludes that the work was composed or at least completed in The Hague.
- Allegro, D major, (Common time), 78 bars
- Andante, G major, 2
4, 45 bars
- Presto, D major, 3
8, 106 bars
- Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus; Giglberger, Veronika (preface), Robinson, J. Branford (transl.) (2005). Die Sinfonien I. Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag. p. X. Cite uses deprecated parameter
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- Zaslaw, Neal (1991). Mozart's Symphonies: Context, Performance Practice, Reception. Oxford: Clarendon Press. pp. 44–45. ISBN 0-19-816286-3.
- Symphony in D K. 19: Score and critical report (German) in the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe
- Symphony No. 4: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project
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