Symphony No. 1


Symphony No. 1

Symphony No. 1 is a simple designation for the first symphony published by a composer. The term applies to:

Formally titled

* Symphony No. 1, by William Alwyn
* Symphony No. 1, by Malcolm Arnold
* Symphony No. 1, by Arnold Bax
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 21, by Ludwig van Beethoven, written in 1800.
* Symphony No. 1 ("Jeremiah"), Leonard Bernstein, written in 1942.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 68, by Johannes Brahms, written in 1876.
* Symphony No. 1 ("Gothic"), by Havergal Brian, written in 1927.
* Symphony No. 1, by Anton Bruckner, written in 1868.
* Symphony No. 1 ("The Bells of Zlonice"), Op. 3, by Antonín Dvořák, written in 1865.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 55, by Edward Elgar, written in 1908.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 13, by George Enescu, written in 1905.
* Symphony No. 1, by Wilhelm Furtwängler
* Symphony No. 1 ("Low"), by Philip Glass, written in 1993.
* Symphony No. 1, by Joseph Haydn.
* Symphony No. 1, by Michael Haydn, written in 1758. [M. Haydn wrote four additional pieces also designated as Symphony No. 1 by musicologists so as to not to have to disturb the Charles Sherman's numbering. See List of compositions by Michael_Haydn#Symphonies.]
* Symphony No. 1, by Hans Werner Henze in 1947.
* Symphony No. 1, by Charles Ives.
* Symphony No. 1, by Douglas Lilburn in 1949.
* Symphony No. 1, by Bohuslav Martinu.
* Symphony No. 1, by Gustav Mahler in 1894.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 11, by Felix Mendelssohn in 1824.
* Symphony No. 1, KV. 16, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1764.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 7, by Carl Nielsen in 1892.
* Symphony No. 1 ("Classical"), Op. 25, by Sergei Prokofiev in 1917.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 13, by Sergei Rachmaninoff in 1895.
* Symphony No. 1 ("Spring"), Op. 38, by Robert Schumann in 1841.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 26, by Alexander Scriabin in 1900.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 10, by Dmitri Shostakovich in 1925.
* Symphony No. 1, Op. 39, by Jean Sibelius in 1898.
* Symphony No. 1, by Robert Simpson, completed in 1951.
* Symphony No. 1 ("Winter Dreams"), Op. 13, by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1868.
* Symphony No. 1, by William Walton in 1935.
* Symphony No. 1 ("Elevamini") by Malcolm Williamson, composed 1956-57.
* Symphony No. 1, through Martin Scherber in 1938.
* Symphony No. 1, by Glenn Branca & Others in 1981.

Related

* Symphony No. 1 (ballet) by Peter Martins.
* Symphony No. 1 (album) (1999) English singer-songwriter Joe Jackson.
* Symphony in One Movement (Barber), Op. 9, by Samuel Barber (1936).
* A Sea Symphony by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1909).
* Industrial Symphony No. 1, a play directed by David Lynch.

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