symphonies

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But in the string quartette and the symphonies it is different.

Greek statues, the Italian pictures, the symphonies of Beethoven, the plays of Shakespeare.

It has preludes, symphonies and sonatas for every phase of life.

Haydn's symphonies are usually as light-hearted and as light-waisted as possible.

The Gewandhaus concerts and Beethovens symphonies had stirred him.

It was more than ten years since he had heard the symphonies of Beethoven.

At one of them symphonies were produced, at the other quartets and quintets.

Then what were all those harmonies of which she read,masses, fugues, symphonies?

Also belonging to this period are two symphonies in the usual three movements.

It is remarkable that we possess no symphonies composed by Mozart between 1775 and 1777.