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Mozart: Complete Symphonies / Jaap Ter Linden, Mozart Akademie Amsterdam


Release Date: 01/31/2012 
Label:  Brilliant Classics   Catalog #: 94295  
Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Number of Discs: 11 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews



MOZART Symphonies (Complete) Jaap ter Linden, cond; Mozart Acad Amsterdam BRILLIANT 94295 (11 CDs: 734:20)


Sometimes—but not always—having a review recording play softly in the background while you’re doing something else can provide insights that just sitting down and listening intently do not give. In this case, I was waiting for a computer repairman to call me because my DVD drive started playing the sound with repeated stuttering (the video was fine), so I didn’t want the Read more music too loud in case he called back. I started the set with CD 1, not only because it was first but also because I happen to be a huge fan (as was Glenn Gould) of Mozart’s First Symphony. What I heard was a nicely blended orchestra of strings playing with straight tone and equally well-blended winds. What I didn’t hear was a great deal of drama, although I liked the way the orchestra actually played with dynamic changes and occasional accents for emphasis. Tempos are moderate, and Jaap ter Linden really understands what a legato is. This feeling continued throughout the first CD.


Curious, I skipped ahead to CD 9, which has the “Paris” and “Linz” symphonies as well as the first version (no clarinets) of Symphony No. 40. These were generally more interesting in both phrasing and dramatic impetus. Then, after finally talking to the computer repairman on the phone and being able to turn up the volume, I went to CD 11, which has the second version of Symphony No. 40 as well as the “Jupiter.” This was an immensely satisfying disc.


I eventually resumed with CD 2, and went through the next three discs in toto . Among other delights, there’s an extraordinarily exciting and well-played crescendo in the first movement of Symphony No. 9. Then it struck me to compare ter Linden’s “Prague” Symphony with Roger Norrington’s excellent recording, and Symphony No. 39 with the version I have by Trevor Pinnock in his complete set. Norrington won out on the “Prague,” but ter Linden gave me a much more heartfelt Symphony No. 39.


But I’d consider myself a poor critic if I left it at that. I would assume that my readers would want to know how this set holds up against all comers, and possibly be interested in its strange and checkered history on discs.


No better place to start than the beginning. For those unfamiliar with him, Jaap ter Linden is an oddity, a world-renowned viola da gamba player who somehow made a leap to conducting as a sideline. Indeed, he has conducted both early-music and modern orchestras, though this particular group, the Mozart Academy Amsterdam, is his own personal baby, having formed it in 2000. He is a professor at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and at the Hochschule für Alte Musik in Würzburg. The liner notes say the musicians are “handpicked specialists from well-known European orchestras,” but since the average age of the players makes them “one of the youngest ensembles” in Europe, I’d hazard a guess that some of them were among the best musicians in both conservatories. The entire set seems to have been made in two marathon sessions held in December 2001 and spring 2002, using well-spaced PCM microphones to achieve both clarity and spaciousness in the sound. There is a possibility that they were originally issued, or intended to be issued, by ter Linden’s regular label, Early-music.com, for which he has recorded performances of Bach concertos and suites (given a praiseworthy review in this magazine by Michael Ullman in 2009) and Telemann’s flute and recorder concertos, which Laura Rónai raved about a few months earlier. The first solid evidence I have of their issuance was in 2005 on Brilliant 92110 as an integral set, much like this one, the discs in thin cardboard sleeves and a space-saving box (weirdly enough, still available even though this set is now out … why?). Brilliant also issued them briefly as a phony (artificially enhanced) SACD set, catalog number 92543, but it was roundly criticized as sounding terrible, with the rear speakers containing no music at all. Bits of the set have also come out as single discs and a three-CD set, and they are also part of a massive 170-disc set of the complete works of Mozart issued in 2010 (still in print, and by far the greatest bargain in Mozartland, selling for $1 a disc!).


Following the most modern scholarship, many symphonies previously recorded by such artists as Erich Leinsdorf, Charles Mackerras, and even Trevor Pinnock are gone here. Missing among regularly numbered symphonies is No. 11 in D, K 73q (84). Symphony No. 7 in the Mackerras set, K 45, is listed as Symphony No. “45” in the ter Linden set, while the Symphony “45” in the Mackerras set, K 73n (or K 95), is missing. Also gone are Symphony No. “55,” K 45b, published after Mozart’s death, never proven to be by him but tentatively placed around 1767; Symphony No. “44,” K 73l (K 81), which even in 1991 was ascribed to Leopold and not to Wolfgang; Symphony No. “45,” K 73n (95); Symphony No. “46,” K 111b (96); and Symphony No. “47,” K 73m (97). In case you’ve always wondered whatever happened to Symphony No. 37, this was recorded by Erich Leinsdorf, but Mozart wrote only the introduction to the first movement and some of the orchestration (most of it was written by Michael Haydn). William Malloch wrote in 1991, “Scholars have always accepted (italics mine) No. ‘42,’ the Symphony in F Major, K 75, as authentic even though the only source, a manuscript copy, has been lost.” It’s also not in the ter Linden set. You may notice that most of the missing symphonies are subsets of K 73.


The bottom line is that ter Linden only includes 39 symphonies on 11 CDs (including both versions, with and without clarinets, of No. 40), while Mackerras gives you 45 symphonies on 10 CDs and Pinnock presents 48 symphonies on 11 discs. The difference is partially ascribed to ter Linden’s more relaxed tempos, but also by the fact that Mackerras fills up each and every disc time-wise, sometimes placing symphonies out of chronological order and in two instances spreading symphonies between two discs. Ter Linden gives you everything in chronological order, with no split symphonies, so some of the CDs are only around 65 minutes long. Still, it’s a good bargain, and I’m not alone among those who think that many of the symphonies Mozart wrote when he first hit puberty are not all that creative.


As for the performances, they were praised when the set came out in 2005 by Paul Shoemaker on MusicWeb International, though he recommended that one hang on to the Leinsdorf set for the missing symphonies. Alan Kozinn raved about it in the New York Times. Yet somehow, this set continued to fly under the radar, probably because Brilliant was a secondary, budget label and ter Linden—particularly in America and England—was far from being a big-name conductor. There were caveats, particularly from Blair Sanderson at AllMusic.com, who complained that the performances lacked “the inspiration or magical, expressive touches that would have earned these recordings a higher rating,” yet failed to suggest who that inspired, magical conductor might be. I certainly haven’t heard him/her, not in this lifetime anyway. Leinsdorf? Shoemaker thought so, but I sure don’t. Karl Böhm? Elegant and energetic in turn, but his tempos are too slow. Harnoncourt? His recordings on Teldec, though slow, had tremendous drama, but he only recorded the later symphonies. Marriner did a good job on some of the early ones, but I haven’t heard his complete set. Hogwood? Those have to be the most mechanical-sounding of all Mozart symphony recordings. Norrington? His six-CD set of selected symphonies is superb, and yes, often better than ter Linden, but not always; his Symphony No. 40 is very brisk and taut, but more dramatic than tragic. Again, it’s just a sampling and an expensive one, giving you only 19 symphonies for $20 more than the ter Linden set. Mackerras? I owned that set 20 years ago, and even gave it a good review at the time, but it wore on me very quickly because too many of the performances, especially of the middle symphonies, lacked any spark. I currently have Pinnock, who is often more energetic but in my view only that—his adagios have no heart at all, particularly the famous one in Symphony No. 39, which sounds as glib as a salesman’s pitch.


Which brings us back to ter Linden. No, he’s not perfect, but if you want perfection in a complete set of Mozart symphonies you’re probably going to wait another century. A combination of Böhm, Harnoncourt, Norrington, and Pinnock (with a dash of Furtwängler and Toscanini thrown in for good measure) would probably do it. This one balances, in fair measure, the best qualities of the latter three of those conductors, and while it may not be perfect it is indeed extremely good. If you love Mozart, this set belongs on your shelf.


FANFARE: Lynn René Bayley


"Jaap ter Linden, though best known as a Baroque cellist and violist da gamba, leads his Mozart Akademie Amsterdam in shapely, energized performances of the full set, available in a midprice box of 11 CD's. The most familiar symphonies benefit from crisp articulation, lively tempos and masterly period-instrument playing. But the real surprises are the early works, which here bear some of the rhythmic and textural characteristics of Baroque works." – Allan Kozinn, The New York Times [4/14/2006]
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Works on This Recording

1. Symphony no 1 in E flat major, K 16 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1764; London, England 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
2. Symphony no 4 in D major, K 19 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; London, England 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 9 Minutes 17 Secs. 
3. Symphony in F major, K Anh. 223 (19a) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; London, England 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 11 Minutes 19 Secs. 
4. Symphony no 5 in B flat major, K 22 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; Netherlands 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 6 Minutes 18 Secs. 
5. Symphony no 6 in F major, K 43 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1767; Vienna, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 16 Minutes 30 Secs. 
6. Symphony no 7 in D major, K 45 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1768; Vienna, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 11 Minutes 8 Secs. 
7. Symphony no 8 in D major, K 48 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1768; Vienna, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 15 Minutes 23 Secs. 
8. Symphony no 9 in C major, K 73 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 12 Minutes 10 Secs. 
9. Symphony no 10 in G major, K 74 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1770; Milan, Italy 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 7 Minutes 43 Secs. 
10. Symphony no 12 in G major, K 110 (75b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1771; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 16 Minutes 18 Secs. 
11. Symphony no 13 in F major, K 112 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1771; Milan, Italy 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 13 Minutes 5 Secs. 
12. Symphony no 14 in A major, K 114 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1771; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 20 Minutes 26 Secs. 
13. Symphony no 15 in G major, K 124 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 14 Minutes 22 Secs. 
14. Symphony no 16 in C major, K 128 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 14 Minutes 6 Secs. 
15. Symphony no 17 in G major, K 129 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 14 Minutes 45 Secs. 
16. Symphony no 20 in D major, K 133 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 22 Minutes 53 Secs. 
17. Symphony no 21 in A major, K 134 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 20 Minutes 46 Secs. 
18. Symphony no 22 in C major, K 162 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 8 Minutes 23 Secs. 
19. Symphony no 23 in D major, K 181 (162b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Salzburg, Austria 
Venue:  Baptist Church, Haarlem, Netherlands 
Length: 9 Minutes 35 Secs. 
20. Symphony no 27 in G major, K 199 (161b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 17 Minutes 48 Secs. 
21. Symphony no 28 in C major, K 200 (189k) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Written: 1774 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 24 Minutes 49 Secs. 
22. Symphony no 30 in D major, K 202 (186b) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 20 Minutes 25 Secs. 
23. Symphony no 48 in D major, K 120 (111a) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1771; Milan, Italy 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 6 Minutes 7 Secs. 
24. Symphony no 18 in F major, K 130 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 24 Minutes 38 Secs. 
25. Symphony no 19 in E flat major, K 132 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 19 Minutes 17 Secs. 
26. Symphony no 25 in G minor, K 183 (173dB) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Written: 1773 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 27 Minutes 58 Secs. 
27. Symphony no 24 in B flat major, K 182 (173dA) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 10 Minutes 2 Secs. 
28. Symphony no 26 in E flat major, K 184 (161a) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 8 Minutes 59 Secs. 
29. Symphony no 51 in D major, K 121/196 (207a) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774-1775; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 7 Minutes 58 Secs. 
30. Symphony no 29 in A major, K 201 (186a) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Written: 1774 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 31 Minutes 6 Secs. 
31. Symphony no 32 in G major, K 318 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1779; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 7 Minutes 58 Secs. 
32. Symphony no 33 in B flat major, K 319 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1779; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 23 Minutes 57 Secs. 
33. Symphony no 34 in C major, K 338 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1780; Salzburg, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 20 Minutes 56 Secs. 
34. Symphony no 35 in D major, K 385 "Haffner" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1782; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 19 Minutes 34 Secs. 
35. Symphony no 31 in D major, K 297 (300a) "Paris" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Written: 1778 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 18 Minutes 14 Secs. 
36. Symphony no 36 in C major, K 425 "Linz" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1783; Linz, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 31 Minutes 10 Secs. 
37. Symphony no 40 in G minor, K 550 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 28 Minutes 6 Secs. 
38. Symphony no 38 in D major, K 504 "Prague" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1786; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 33 Minutes 26 Secs. 
39. Symphony no 39 in E flat major, K 543 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 31 Minutes 50 Secs. 
40. Symphony no 41 in C major, K 551 "Jupiter" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 35 Minutes 31 Secs. 
41. Symphony no 40 in G minor, K 550 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor:  Jaap ter Linden
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Amsterdam Mozart Academy
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 2002 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 28 Minutes 0 Secs. 

Sound Samples

Symphony No. 1 in E-Flat Major, K. 16: I. Allegro molto
Symphony No. 1 in E-Flat Major, K. 16: II. Andante
Symphony No. 1 in E-Flat Major, K. 16: III. Presto
Symphony No. 4 in D Major, K. 19: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 4 in D Major, K. 19: II. Andante
Symphony No. 4 in D Major, K. 19: III. Presto
Symphony in F Major, K. Anh. 223: I. Allegro assai
Symphony in F Major, K. Anh. 223: II. Andante
Symphony in F Major, K. Anh. 223: III. Presto
Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Major, K. 22: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Major, K. 22: II. Andante
Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Major, K. 22: III. Molto allegro
Symphony No. 6 in F Major, K. 43: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 6 in F Major, K. 43: II. Andante
Symphony No. 6 in F Major, K. 43: III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 6 in F Major, K. 43: IV. Allegro
Symphony No. 7 in D Major, K. 45: I. Molto allegro
Symphony No. 7 in D Major, K. 45: II. Andante
Symphony No. 7 in D Major, K. 45: III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 7 in D Major, K. 45: IV. Molto allegro
Symphony No. 8 in D Major, K. 48: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 8 in D Major, K. 48: II. Andante
Symphony No. 8 in D Major, K. 48: III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 8 in D Major, K. 48: IV. Molto allegro
Symphony No. 9 in C Major, K. 73: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 9 in C Major, K. 73: II. Andante
Symphony No. 9 in C Major, K. 73: III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 9 in C Major, K. 73: IV. Molto allegro
Symphony No. 10 in G Major, K. 74: I. Allegro. II. Andante
Symphony No. 10 in G Major, K. 74: III. Allegro
Symphony No. 12 in G Major, K. 110: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 12 in G Major, K. 110: II. Andante
Symphony No. 12 in G Major, K. 110: III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 12 in G Major, K. 110: IV. Allegro
Symphony No. 13 in F Major, K. 112: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 13 in F Major, K. 112: II. Andante
Symphony No. 13 in F Major, K. 112: III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 13 in F Major, K. 112: IV. Molto allegro

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