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Joseph Haydn

Symphony in E flat major No. 103 (‘Drumroll’).


arranged for pianoforte by Carl David Stegmann

edited by Sarah Jenner

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The successful orchestral premiere of Haydn’s Symphony No. 103, the celebrated ‘Drumroll’, took place in London on 2 March 1795. As The Morning Chronicle reported: ‘Another new Overture [Symphony], by the fertile and enchanting HAYDN, was performed; which, as usual, had continual strokes of genius, both in air and harmony. The Introduction excited the deepest attention, the Allegro charmed, the Andante was encored, the Minuets, especially the Trio, were playful and sweet, and the last movement was equal, if not superior to the preceding.’

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Symphony in E flat major ‘Drumroll’
hh516.sol  · ISMN 979 0 708185 26 0
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