Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus #Mozart (1756-1791)
Conducted by Studio KonKon using a mixture of virtual instruments to create a full orchestra.
Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551, was completed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on 10 August 1788. It was the last symphony that he composed, and also the longest.
The work is nicknamed the Jupiter Symphony. This name stems not from Mozart but rather was likely coined by the impresario Johann Peter Salomon in an early arrangement for piano.
It is not known whether Symphony No. 41 was ever performed in the composer's lifetime. According to Otto Erich Deutsch, around this time Mozart was preparing to hold a series of "Concerts in the Casino" in a new casino in the Spiegelgasse owned by Philipp Otto.
Mozart even sent a pair of tickets for this series to his friend Michael Puchberg. But it seems impossible to determine whether the concert series was held, or was cancelled for lack of interest.
The sonata form first movement's main theme begins with contrasting motifs: a threefold tutti outburst on the fundamental tone (respectively, by an ascending motion leading in a triplet from the dominant tone underneath to the fundamental one), followed by a more lyrical response.
Editor: Howard Chandler Robbins Landon (1926-2009)
Publisher Info: Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, Serie IV, Werkgruppe 11,
Sinfonien, Band 9 [NMA IV/11/9]
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