Classical Sunday: Wanhal’s Symphony in G minor

Wanhall’s music was well respected by Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven.

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Wanhal, Wanhall, Vanhal, Van Hall, spell him whichever way you like, but his music is wonderful.

Johann Baptist Wanhal (Jan Křtitel Vaňhal): Symphony in G minor

I. Allegro moderato 00:00
II. Adagio 07:07
III. Menuetto 11:29
IV. Finale, Allegro 16:14

Jan Kolář, oboe
Virtuosi di Praga
Oldřich Vlček, conductor

Johann Baptist Wanhal, a Czech classical music composer, was born in Nechanice, Bohemia on 12 May 1739 and died in Vienna on 20 August 1813.

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