It became one of only a few of his symphonies that were published during his lifetime. This device, used often by the very Mannheim composers Mozart had recently visited, is not so much an innovation as it is a nod to earlier binary movements in which the principle theme does not appear at all.
This is followed by the energetic minuet that he added years later for the Viennese performance. The E flat major Andante moderato closes with a "mirror image" recapitulation, in which the secondary theme appears first and is resolved to the tonic before the appearance of the primary theme. Strikingly jolly in mood, the movement does not have a repeated exposition and the development section is relatively brief.
Among these is a motive that should be familiar to any Mozart lover: InMozart added a Minuet and Trio to the symphony, placing it in third position.
Despite the disappointment one might expect the composer to have felt after such a disappointing period in his life, the symphony is a light-hearted and witty work. The work opens with a light, cheerful Allegro assai.
A rising and falling four-note motive, not a part of the exposition, figures prominently in the development and looks forward to the finale of the "Jupiter" symphony of Its quiet, hesitant opening, with sudden, forte outbursts, suggests a youthful playfulness.
He had been unable to achieve his goal of finding a new and more lucrative position, and he was still grieving the loss of his mother, who had died while he was away. The generally dark mood is an unusual trait of this B flat major movement.
The Trio tune slightly resembles the second theme of the first movement and does nothing to lighten the atmosphere.
Each of the original three movements of K. The strings take center stage here, and the winds only make a brief appearance in a short canonic episode. The second movement pulls back a bit on the energy, contrasting a broad and leisurely principal theme against a minor mode secondary theme.
Throughout the Symphony in B flat major, the writing is of a "chamber-music" nature in its detail and procedures. Scored for two oboes, two bassoons, two horns, and strings, Symphony No. The opening Allegro assai, in sonata form, is set in an unusual triple meter. It was the second symphony Mozart composed after returning to Salzburg from his lengthy, fateful trip to Mannheim and Paris.
Cheerful energy supplants the ominous Minuet at the opening of the Finale, marked Allegro assai. Artaria published the four-movement version in Vienna inas Op.The Symphony No. 33 in B Symphony in B-flat K. Score and critical report (in German) in the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe This article about a symphony is a stub.
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