Haydn Symphony No 39

The Symphony No. 39 is a symphony in G minor (Hoboken 1/39) by Joseph Haydn in 1767 or 1768. It is the earliest of Haydn's minor key symphonies associated with his Sturm und Drang period works (such as the Symphony No. 45). The work was influential and inspired later G minor symphonies by Johann Baptist Vanhal, Johann Christian Bach (Op. 6, No. 6) and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (No. 25)WIKIPEDIA

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