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Possible keys of slow movement
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Of the Symphonies studied, about half have three movements and half have four movements. The first movement of course is in sonata form. It may have a slow introduction, as is the case with Joseph Haydn's Symphonies No.s 50 and 97<ref>Ethan Haimo, ''Haydn's Symphonic Forms: Essays in Compositional Logic'', Clarendon Press, Oxford (1995) p. 210, Table 9.1</ref> or Friedrich Witt's "Jena" Symphony (once thought to be by Beethoven) or not, as is the case with Michael Haydn's Symphony in C major, Perger 31, and Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony, K. 551 (both written in 1788, the latter inspired by the former).
 
Of the Symphonies studied, about half have three movements and half have four movements. The first movement of course is in sonata form. It may have a slow introduction, as is the case with Joseph Haydn's Symphonies No.s 50 and 97<ref>Ethan Haimo, ''Haydn's Symphonic Forms: Essays in Compositional Logic'', Clarendon Press, Oxford (1995) p. 210, Table 9.1</ref> or Friedrich Witt's "Jena" Symphony (once thought to be by Beethoven) or not, as is the case with Michael Haydn's Symphony in C major, Perger 31, and Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony, K. 551 (both written in 1788, the latter inspired by the former).
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The slow movement would perhaps be best as a simple binary or ternary form as is the case with the C major Symphonies by Asplmayr and Albrechtsberger which were studied for this purpose.
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The slow movement would perhaps be best as a simple binary or ternary form as is the case with the C major Symphonies by Asplmayr and Albrechtsberger which were studied for this purpose. Typically in F major, the slow movement may also be in G major.
    
The third movement may be a grand, stately Minuet, suitable for dancing.
 
The third movement may be a grand, stately Minuet, suitable for dancing.

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