List of symphonies in G major

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

Composer Symphony
Carl Friedrich Abel
  • Symphony op. 1 no. 6/WK 6
  • Symphony op. 4 no. 5/WK 11
  • Symphony op. 7 no. 1/WK 13
  • Symphony op. 14 no. 5/WK 29
  • Symphony op. 17 no. 6/WK 36
Edmund Angerer Toy Symphony
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
  • Symphony H 648/Wq 173
  • Symphony H 655/Wq 180
  • Symphony H 657/Wq 182:1
  • Symphony H 666/Wq 183:4
  • Symphony H 667
Johann Christian Bach
  • Symphony op. 3 no. 6/W C6
  • Symphony op. 6 no. 1/W C7a
  • Symphony W C7b
  • Symphony op. 8 no. 2/W C13
Franz Ignaz Beck Sinfonia, op. 1 no. 5 (Callen 5) (published 1758)[1]
Luigi Boccherini Symphony G576
Hjalmar Borgstrøm Symphony No. 1 [nl], Op. 5 (1890)
Christian Cannabich
  • Sinfonia (1760)
  • Sinfonia, op. 10 no. 2 (no. 47) (by 1772)[2]
  • Sinfonia, no. 67[3]
Muzio Clementi Symphony "no. 3" Grand National Symphony (incomplete)
Eric DeLamarter Symphony (1920)[4]
Felix Draeseke Symphony No. 1, Op. 12 [de] (1868–69/revised 1871–72)[5]
Antonín Dvořák Symphony No. 8, op. 88, B. 163 (1889)
George Dyson Symphony (1937)
Jean Françaix Symphony in G (1953)[6]
François Joseph Gossec Symphony op. 12 no. 2 (RH 36) (published 1769)[7][8]
Theodore Gouvy Symphony op. 58 (Symphonie brève; variations et rondo pour orchestre)
Christoph Graupner GWV 578–611 are all in this key (see List of symphonies by Christoph Graupner.)
Asger Hamerik Symphony No. 6, op. 38 "Symphonie spirituelle" (1897)
Joseph Haydn
Michael Haydn
Friedrich Koch Symphony No. 2, op. 10 (published 1891)
Leopold Kozeluch
  • Symphony P I: 8, op. 24 no. 3
  • Symphony P I: G1
Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 4 (1901)
John Marsh Symphony No. 8 (9) (1778) [9]
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ole Olsen
George Onslow Symphony No. 4, op. 71 (1846) [10]
Carlo d'Ordoñez Symphony, Bryan G0[11]
Hubert Parry Symphony No. 1 (1880–81 or 1882?)[12]
Hans Pfitzner Little Symphony, op. 44 (1946)
Ignaz Pleyel Symphony Ben.130[13]
Napoléon Henri Reber Symphony No. 4 (by 1850)
Anton Reicha Symphony No. 1 (actually no. 3?) (ca. 1808)
Jean Rivier Symphony No. 3, for strings (pub. 1939)[15]
Chevalier de Saint-Georges Symphony Op. 11 No. 1 G.73
Vadim Salmanov Symphony No. 2 (1959)
Louis Spohr Symphony No. 6 "Historical Symphony in the Style and Taste of Four Different Periods", op. 116 (1839)[16]
  • Symphony No. 8, op. 137 (1847)[16]
Alice Mary Smith Symphony in G major[17]
Johann Stamitz
  • Symphony, op. 3 no. 1 (Wolf G2) (probably written between 1751–54; published 1757)[18]
  • Symphony, op. 3 no. 3 (Wolf G3) (probably written between 1751–54; published 1757)[19]
  • Symphony, op. 8 no. 3 (Wolf G5) (probably written 1745–49; published 1763)[20]
Johann Baptist Wanhal
  • Symphony, Bryan G1[21]
  • Symphony, Bryan G2[22]
  • Symphony, Bryan G4[23]
  • Symphony, Bryan G6[24]
  • Symphony, Bryan G8[25]
  • Symphony, Bryan G10[26]
  • Symphony, Bryan G11[27]
  • Symphony, Bryan G13[28]
Ralph Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 2 A London Symphony (1914)
Mieczysław Weinberg Symphony No. 2, op. 30 [nl] (1946)
Felix Weingartner Symphony No. 1, op. 23 (1898)

See alsoEdit

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

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Beck, Franz Ignaz; Badley, Allan (1997). Beck Sinfonia. Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. ISBN 1-877170-94-1. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
  2. ^ Cannabich, Christian; Badley, Allan (1997). Cannabich Sinfonia 47. Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. ISBN 1-877170-77-1. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
  3. ^ "CD with Cannabich Symphony 67". Naxos Records. 1998. Retrieved 14 February 2009.
  4. ^ Goetschius (1929), p. 368
  5. ^ Schlüren, Christoph (2003). "Online Preface to Draeseke First Symphony". Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich. Retrieved 23 August 2020.
  6. ^ "Jean Françaix: Site Officiel (Oeuvres): Symphonie en Sol Majeur" (in French). Archived from the original on January 11, 2005. Retrieved 8 July 2008.
  7. ^ Gossec, François Joseph; Badley, Allan (1997). Gossec Symphony op. 12 no. 2. Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. ISBN 1-877170-08-9. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
  8. ^ "Bibliographie nationale française Musique" (in French). Retrieved 14 February 2009.
  9. ^ Marsh, John (2001). Graham-Jones, Ian (ed.). Symphonies. Part 1, The Salisbury and Canterbury symphonies (1778–1784). Middleton, Wisconsin: A-R Editions. ISBN 0-89579-486-1. Retrieved 7 May 2008.
  10. ^ "Onslow Worklist". George Onslow Site. Retrieved 2 January 2008.
  11. ^ Bryan (1997), 324–325
  12. ^ Benoliel, Bernard (1992). "Notes to Parry: Complete Symphonies" (PDF). Chandos Records. Retrieved 2 January 2008. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  13. ^ a b "The Michael Haydn Project". Archived from the original on 8 January 2008. Retrieved 2 January 2008.
  14. ^ "Description of CD with Pleyel op. 68 Symphony". Chandos Records. Retrieved 2 January 2008.
  15. ^ LoC Permalink for Rivier Symphony. LCCN 46034288.
  16. ^ a b Warsop, Keith (Chairman, Spohr Society of Great Britain) (November 1992). "Notes from a Recording on Marco Polo of Spohr's 7th and 8th Symphonies". Naxos Records. Retrieved 15 February 2009. (notes have a list of the nine published Spohr symphonies, with dates of composition or completion.)
  17. ^ Herman, Michael (July 2007). "British Symphonies on CD Page 1". Retrieved 15 February 2009.
  18. ^ Stamitz, Johann; Badley, Allan (1996). Johann Stamitz's opus 3 no. 1. Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. ISBN 1-877170-49-6. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
  19. ^ Stamitz, Johann; Badley, Allan (1996). Johann Stamitz's opus 3 no. 3. Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. ISBN 1-877170-50-X. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
  20. ^ Stamitz, Johann; Badley, Allan (1997). Johann Stamitz's opus 8 no. 3. Wellington, NZ: Artaria Editions. ISBN 1-877171-05-0. Retrieved 4 September 2017.
  21. ^ Bryan (1997), 314
  22. ^ Bryan (1997), 314–315
  23. ^ Bryan (1997), 315–316
  24. ^ Bryan (1997), 317–318. Bryan acknowledges this one might be by Dittersdorf.
  25. ^ Bryan (1997), 319–321.
  26. ^ Bryan (1997), 321–322.
  27. ^ Bryan (1997), 322–323.
  28. ^ Bryan (1997), 321–323.

ReferencesEdit

  • Bryan, Paul, Johann Waṅhall, Viennese Symphonist: His Life and His Musical Environment Stuyvesant: Pendragon Press (1997): 324–325
  • Goetschius, Percy (1929). Masters of the Symphony. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company. OCLC 855537.