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Franz Schubert 's Symphony No. Of all of Schubert's symphonies, it is scored for the smallest orchestra. It is the only one of his symphonies which does not include clarinetstrumpets or timpani as part of the instrumentation.
In character, the writing is often said to resemble Mozart ; Schubert was infatuated with the composer at the time he Symphony No. 5 In B Flat Major D485 it, writing in his diary on June 13 of the year of composition, "O Mozart! Indeed, the instrumentation matches that of the first version without clarinets of Mozart's 40th symphony.
This is Schubert's first symphony to not start with a slow introduction. What starts the movement is a four-bar structural upbeat similar to the one that begins the finale of his Fourth Symphony before the main theme starts on bar 5. Schubert had previously used this device in his Second Symphony. The slow movement opens with a theme in two repeated stanzas. The menuetto has the chromaticism though not the polyphony of the menuetto of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 's Symphony No.
The trio is quiet throughout, and only gradually accumulates instruments, beginning with only bassoon and strings, and with a subtle suggestion of a pastoral mood over held Arkett Spyndl - Lose My Mind string notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Symphony No. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.