Talk:Symphony No. 39 (Mozart)

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I amended the description of the trio: the arpeggios are played only by the 2nd clarinet as an accompaniment to the first which plays the melody--Zeisseng 20:49, 6 November 2006 (UTC)

Removing this from the original version of this page and requesting clarification. If all that is meant is that the opening of the first movement of the allegro is a quiet and gracious spot compared to the end of the introduction and compared to what follows, that can be better said, I think... (not by me. Differently yes.)

-- original: Unlike most other works by Mozart, the first movement has a dissonant opening. This gives way to a serene episode, and another dissonant episode follows. Working on some rewriting Schissel : bowl listen 22:59, May 26, 2005 (UTC)


I removed this: "Comparison with the fifth symphony of Franz Schubert suggests the latter may have had this work at the back of his mind."

I think it's purely speculation and of no real relevance. It also does not quote any source.

--Chadaniels (talk) 16:50, 7 February 2009 (UTC)