Symphony No. 6 by Michael Haydn

Summary

'''Symphony No. 6 in C major''', Perger 4, Sherman 6, Sherman-adjusted 8, MH 64, was written in Salzburg, completed in 1764. It is the 31st symphony in C major attributed to Joseph Haydn in Anthony van Hoboken's catalog.

Scored for 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, and strings, in three movements:

# Vivace

# Andante, in C minor

# Tempo di Menuetto

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