Pleyel’s Symphony in D is a delightful yet powerful work. It opens in D minor with a highly dramatic, even operatic overture character, but then moves into a refreshing, spirited D major presto. Primary material has been drawn from the original (1792) string parts, augmented with substantial harmonic function and rhythmic momentum from the woodwind and brass parts.
(First Movement)Ignaz Pleyel/arr. Robert D. McCashin - Wingert-Jones Publications
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