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Ignaz Pleyel

Symphony in F minor, Benton 138


Anton Gabmayer

The Symphony in F minor by Ignaz Pleyel, a pupil of Joseph Haydn and one of the most performed composers of his day, was published in Paris in 1787. Though clearly indebted to Haydn’s “Sturm und Drang” music of the late 1760s and early 1770s, it is nevertheless a work of character, contrasts and individuality, especially the enchanting Minuet, and the Andante grazioso with its muted strings and gently rocking accompaniment.

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Symphony in F minor, Benton 138
hh412.fsc · ISMN 979 0 708059 88 2  · ISBN 978-1-905779-47-5
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