Talk:List of compositions by Michael Haydn

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Opus 1 Symphonies[edit]

I'm confused. According to Sherman, Haydn's Opus 1 symphonies are "the symphonies in B-flat major, C major and D minor (Perger Nrs. 18 - 20), [which] came into being during a concentrated spell of symphony-writing between March and December of 1784 ... [and] they appeared in print from the Viennese publisher Artaria, bearing the title Tre Sinfonie dal Signore Michele Haydn Op. 1." Pergers 18 to 20 would be Sherman 27 to 29, but here we're saying they're Sherman 26 to 28 (excluding the D minor symphony and putting in an E-flat major symphony instead). Jindřichův Smith 18:39, 15 June 2007 (UTC)

Requiem in B flat[edit]

Shouldn't his Requiem in B flat be listed somewhere? Or am I missing something? At least, it is possible to buy this work as a CD...

(Requiem pro defuncto archiepiscopo Sigismundo is in C minor)

You're not missing anything, we are. The list is incomplete, especially in regards to his choral music. I've only had time to go up to MH 100; the last number is somewhere past MH 800. Jindřichův Smith 22:21, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

Horn concerto[edit]

Are you sure the Perger and MH numbers for the horn concerto are both the same? Horn of Plenty (talk) 21:23, 13 March 2008 (UTC)

Perger 8[edit]

Is there any information on this missing work? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 03:43, 23 July 2011 (UTC)

Perger-Verzeichnis states that its the overture to a cantata called "Der gute Hirt".DavidRF (talk) 04:03, 24 July 2011 (UTC)