Symphony No 36 in C major 'Linz', K 425
The Symphony No. 36 in C major, K. 425, (known as the Linz Symphony) was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during a stopover in the Austrian town of Linz on his and his wife's way back home to Vienna from Salzburg in late 1783. The entire symphony was written in four days to accommodate the local count's announcement, upon hearing of the Mozarts' arrival in Linz, of a concert. The première in Linz took place on 4 November 1783. The composition was also premièred in Vienna on 1 April 1784. The autograph score of the "Linz Symphony" was not preserved, but a set of parts sold by Mozart to the Fürstenberg court at Donaueschingen in 1786 does survive.
Performances & Interviews
- Mozart: Symphony No. 36 'Linz'https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/240x135/p01slqj5.jpghttps://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/240x135/p01slqj5.jpg2014-05-03T15:29:00.000ZTom Service and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra explore Mozart's Linz Symphony.https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/audiovideo/popular/p01yh1ld
Mozart: Symphony No. 36 'Linz'Tom Service and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra explore Mozart's Linz Symphony.