Haydn Symphony No 30 C major Alleluia

The Symphony No. 30 in C major, Hoboken I/30, is a symphony by Joseph Haydn composed in 1765. It is nicknamed the Alleluia Symphony because of Haydn's use of a Gregorian Alleluia chant in the opening movement. The work is scored for flute, two oboes, bassoon, two horns, trumpets, timpani, and strings with continuo. The use of timpani in this symphony remains an unresolved matter. In his cycle, for example, Antal Dorati omits them. Several more recent performances, however, have included timpani. WIKIPEDIA

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