Classical Sunday: Wanhal’s Symphony in G minor

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


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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