||Offenbach s/M: Jean André, n.d.(ca.1796). Plate 988. |
Bruchsal: the author, n.d.
||Lacks clarinet parts mentioned in other sources.
||Symphony in E-flat major
||Sinfonie a grand orchestre; Sinfonia ; Sinfonia in Dis per Violino Primo, Violino Secondo, Viola, Flauto, Due Clarinetti, Due Fagotti, Due Corni e Basso.
||Brandl, Johann Evangelist
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- Menuet - Trio
- Allegro assai
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
- 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, strings
||RISM 550018403 (19th-century copy made by Marie Gabler, in Cheb Library, Czech republic)|
RISM 450055114 (BSB manuscript copy - incomplete - of parts, 1796)
Another symphony by Brandl (movements Allegro - Andante - Menuet, Trio - Presto) was performed in 1792 (unless what was being described was a symphony by Pleyel conducted by Brandl? "die eines Pleyels würdig wäre"?) - "Musikalische Korrespondenz der Teutschen Filharmonischen Gesellschaft", 1792, p.59.) This is not, of course, that symphony of Brandl's - perhaps RISM has a reference to a thematic and chronological index of his symphonies. There are clarinet parts in this symphony, btw.