2nd baritone part from Haydn - Symphony No. 104 Finale (Brass Band)

Composer
Haydn
Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Classical music

The final movement of Haydn’s Symphony No. 104 has a folk-dance character. It resembles a melody that Croations sang in the villages near Eszterhaza.

Haydn had written this work in 1795 for a performance in London during his second visit. The "Father of the Symphonies" had ended a long career in symphony writing with this final movement.

(July 21, 2001)

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