List of symphonies in F major

This is a list of symphonies in F major written by notable composers.

Composer Symphony
Carl Friedrich Abel
  • Symphony op. 1 no. 5 WK 5
  • Symphony op. 7 no. 4 WK 16
Eugen d'Albert Symphony, op. 4 (1886)[1]
Kurt Atterberg Symphony No. 2, op. 6 (1911–13)[2]
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
  • Symphony Wq. 175 / H.650
  • Symphony Wq. 181 / H.656
  • Symphony Wq. 183:3 / H.665
Johann Christian Bach
  • Symphony op. 3 no. 5 W C5
  • Symphony op. 8 no. 4 W C15
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach Symphony (Wf I: 1) (by 1768)
Franz Ignaz Beck
  • Symphony, op. 1 no. 2 (Callen 2) (published 1758)[3]
  • Symphony, op. 3 no. 1 (Callen 13) (published 1762)[4]
  • Symphony, op. 4 no. 3 (Callen 21) (published 1766)[5]
Ludwig van Beethoven
Luigi Boccherini Symphony No. 10, op. 35/4, G. 512 (1782)[6]
Léon Boëllmann Symphony, op. 24[7]
Johannes Brahms Symphony No. 3, op. 90 (1883)
Frederick Bridge Symphony "Resurgam" (1897)[8]
Fritz Brun Symphony No. 9 (symphony-suite) (1949–50)
Christian Cannabich Sinfonia, op. 10 no. 4 (published 1772) (Cannabich 49)[9]
George Whitefield Chadwick Symphony No. 3 (1894)[10]
Frederic Hymen Cowen Symphony No. 5 (1887)[11]
William Crotch Symphony in F (by 1814)[12]
Ernst von Dohnányi Symphony in F (1896)
Felix Draeseke Symphony No. 2 [fr], op. 25 (1871/75-6)[13]
Antonín Dvořák Symphony No. 5, op. 76, B. 54 (1875)
Zdeněk Fibich Symphony No. 1 [cs], op. 17 (1877–83)[14]
Niels Gade Symphony No. 7 [nl], op. 45 (1864)
Alexander Glazunov Symphony No. 7, op. 77 (finished 1902)
Hermann Goetz Symphony, op. 9 (1873)
François Joseph Gossec Symphony, op. 12 no. 6 (1769)
Théodore Gouvy Symphony No. 2 [fr], op. 12[15]
Adalbert Gyrowetz At least four symphonies in F major:[16]
  • One ca. 1791 (republished in a collection of four Gyrowetz symphonies and on J.L. Dussek symphony)[17]
  • In publication order three are op. 6 no. 3 (Rice's F1, probably before 1791), op. 9 no. 3, op. 13 no. 2.
Joseph Haydn
Michael Haydn
Leopold Hofmann
  • Symphony, Badley F1 (by 1767)[18]
  • Symphony, Badley F2 (ca. 1760)[19]
Gustav Holst Symphony "The Cotswolds", op. 8 (1900)[1]
Hans Huber Symphony No. 5[20]
Jan Kalivoda Symphony No. 6 op. 132 (published 1845)
Sigfrid Karg-Elert Sinfonia Brevis, op. 1 (by 1897?)[21]
Kosaku Yamada Symphony "Triumph of Peace" (1912)
Leopold Kozeluch
  • Symphony op. 22 no. 2/P I:4
  • Symphony P I:F1
Joseph Martin Kraus
  • Sinfonia Buffa, VB 129
  • Symphony, VB 130
  • Symphony, VB 145
Franz Krommer Symphony No. 1 op. 12 (published about 1798)
Joseph Küffner Symphony No. 3, op. 83
Franz Lachner Symphony No. 2 op. 44 (by 1839)[22]
George Lloyd Symphony No. 3 (1933)[1]
Giuseppe Martucci Symphony No. 2 [fr], op. 81 (1904)[23]
William J. McCoy Symphony (by 1872)
Erkki Melartin Symphony No. 3, op. 40 (1906–1907)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Nikolai Myaskovsky Symphony No. 16, op. 39, "Aviation" (1935–36)[24]
Zygmunt Noskowski Symphony No. 3 "From Spring to Spring" (1903)
Hubert Parry Symphony No. 2 "Cambridge" (1882–87?)[1][25]
Ignaz Pleyel
  • Symphony no. 10 in F[26]
  • Symphonie Périodique No. 6, op. 27[27]
Cipriani Potter Symphony No. 7 (1826)[1]
Ebenezer Prout Symphony No. 3 op. 22 (by 1885?)[28]
Joachim Raff Symphony No. 3 "Im Walde", op. 153 (1869)[29]
Anton Reicha Symphony No. 3 (completed c. 1808) (see List of compositions by Anton Reicha)[16][30]
Josef Rheinberger Symphony No. 2 "Florentine", op. 87 (1875)[31]
Ferdinand Ries Symphony No. 4, op. 110 (1818)[32]
Anton Rubinstein Symphony No. 1 [it], op. 40 (1850)[33]
Christian Sinding Symphony No. 3, op. 121 (1919)[34]
Louis Spohr Symphony No. 4, op. 86 "Die Weihe der Töne" (1832)
Carl Stamitz Symphony op. 24 no. 3
Johann Stamitz Symphony op. 4 no. 1 (Wolf F3)
Charles Villiers Stanford Symphony No. 4 [ja], op. 31 (by 1889)[35]
Wilhelm Stenhammar Symphony No. 1 (early, discarded) (1902–1903)[36]
Max Trapp Symphony No. 5, op. 33 (premiered 1937)[37][38]
Felix Weingartner Symphony No. 4, op. 61 (1916–17)[39]
Richard Wüerst Preis-Symphonie, op. 21 (by 1850?)[40]

ReferencesEdit

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  4. ^ Beck, Franz Ignaz; Badley, Allan (1998). "Beck Symphony op. 3 no. 1". Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. OCLC 40564487. Retrieved 19 September 2017.
  5. ^ Beck, Franz Ignaz; Badley, Allan (1999). "Beck Symphony op. 4 no. 4". Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. OCLC 43189369. Retrieved 19 September 2017.
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  10. ^ Chadwick Symphony No. 3 — 2002 Reprint of 1896 Edition of Score at Google Books
  11. ^ MARC Record at the Free Library of Philadelphia (catalog.freelibrary.org) for Cowen's 5th Symphony
  12. ^ A History of the Royal Philharmonic Society at Google Books. p. 249.
  13. ^ "Draeseke Worklist". International Draeseke Society. Retrieved 24 November 2007.; Schlüren, Christoph (2003). "Preface to Score of Draeseke 2nd Symphony (from Notes to cpo Recording of the Same)" (in German and English). Retrieved 29 August 2020.
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  18. ^ Hofmann, Leopold; Badley, Allan (1995). "Hofmann Sinfonia Badley F1". Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. OCLC 46912653. Archived from the original on 7 July 2011. Retrieved 8 May 2008..
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  21. ^ "Answers.com Karg-Elert Page". Retrieved 9 August 2008.
  22. ^ Novello Catalogue of Orchestral Music at Google Books, page 62; "Nachrichten: Vorwort der Redakzion". Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung (in German). Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel: 441–6. June 1839. Retrieved 8 May 2008.. Also see Wulf (1999) as per List of compositions by Franz Lachner.
  23. ^ Schlüren, Christoph (2004). "Online Publication of Preface to Score of Martucci Second Symphony" (in German). Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 29 August 2020.
  24. ^ Rijen, Onno van. "Opus by Miaskovsky". Archived from the original on 10 December 2007. Retrieved 22 November 2007.
  25. ^ Brookes, Phillip (2006). "Online Publication of Preface to Score of Parry Sym. 2". Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 29 August 2020.
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  28. ^ "Prout Symphony 3". University of Michigan Libraries. Retrieved 7 May 2008.
  29. ^ "Symphony No. 3 Im Walde". Raff.org. Retrieved 22 November 2007.
  30. ^ For 1808 date: Wyn-Jones, p. 105.
  31. ^ "Rheinberger Biography". Carus-Verlag. Archived from the original on 27 February 2009. Retrieved 23 November 2007.
  32. ^ Barnett, Rob (February 2007). "Review of Recording of Ries' Symphonies". MusicWeb International. Retrieved 22 November 2007.
  33. ^ Robinson, Bradford (2004). "Online Publication of Preface to Score of Rubinstein Symphony No. 1". Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 24 August 2020.
  34. ^ Howell, Christopher (June 2004). "Review of cpo Recording of Sinding's Symphonies 3 and 4". MusicWeb International. Retrieved 7 May 2008.
  35. ^ Brookes, Phillip (2005). "Online Publication of Preface to Score of Stanford Symphony 4". Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 29 August 2020.
  36. ^ Score available at IMSLP
  37. ^ "Musical Notes from Abroad". The Musical Times. Musical Times Publications. 78 (1129): 271–274. March 1937. doi:10.2307/918068. ISSN 0027-4666. JSTOR 918068.
  38. ^ OCLC 4619326 has key, opus no., early publication —also 1937— and publisher (Leuckart) for Trapp's 5th symphony.
  39. ^ Robinson, Bradford (2005). "Preface to Score of Weingartner's Symphony No. 4". Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 29 August 2020.
  40. ^ OCLC 68921369.

See alsoEdit

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