Symphony No.20 in C major, Hob.I:20 (Haydn, Joseph)

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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Ludwig Doblinger, 1963. Plate D. 10.530.
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Publisher. Info. Trois simphonies oeuvre X, nr.3
Amsterdam: J. J. Hummel, n.d.(ca.1770-72). Plate 238.
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Work Title Symphony No.20 in C major
Alternative. Title Sinfonia No.20
Name Translations Symfonie nr. 20; Symphony No. 20; Sinfonía n.º 20; symphonie nº 20; Sinfonia n. 20; Symfoni nr. 20 av Haydn; Симфония № 20; 22. Sinfonie; 交響曲第20番
Authorities WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: 294435724; BNF: 14804434g
Composer Haydn, Joseph
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Hob.I:20
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJH 509
Key C major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements:
  1. Allegro molto (C major, 175 bars)
  2. Andante (G major, 84 bars)
  3. Minuet (C major, 30 bars) - Trio (F major, 24 bars)
  4. Presto (C major, 243 bars)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1757-63
First Publication. 1772 ca.?
Average DurationAvg. Duration 18 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Orchestra: 2 oboes, [bassoon], 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings, continuo (harpsichord)
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Extra Locations Parts were published by Melle de Silly in the collection 3 Symphonies.

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Published with two other symphonies (nos.41 and a "Symphony in B-flat major" called "I:B2" by Hoboken, now known to be a pasticcio of works by Michael and Joseph Haydn (the finale of symphony no.59 transposed up a semitone)) by J. J. Hummel as Op. 10 (and co-published by Longman & Broderip). This publication was mentioned in 1772.

Symphonies by Joseph Haydn (Hob. I)