1. Symphony No. 4 (Beethoven) in B-flat major (Op. 60) by Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 4 (Berwald) in E flat (Sinfonie naïve) by Franz Berwald, Symphony No. 4 (Brahms) in E minor (Op. 98) by Johannes Brahms,
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  3. Feb 16,  · Bruckner Symphony No. 4 in E flat major "Romantic" 1. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell 2. Andante quasi allegretto 3. Scherzo (Bewegt) - Trio (Nich Bruckner Symphony No. 4 in E flat.
  4. The key of C minor was, like most other minor keys, associated with the literary Sturm und Drang movement during the Classical period. But ever since Ludwig van Beethoven's famous Symphony No. 5, Op. 67, of , C minor imparts a symphony in the key a character of heroic nismabirdhummantdand.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfo classical symphonies in the key typically ended in C minor but with a picardy third for the very final chord.
  5. Symphony in B-flat major, WAB (sketch) Symphony No.2 in C minor, WAB ; Symphony No.3 in D minor, WAB ; Symphony No.4 in E-flat major, WAB 'Romantic' Symphony No.5 in B-flat major, WAB ; Symphony No.6 in A major, WAB ; Symphony No.7 in E major, WAB ; Symphony No.8 in C minor, WAB ; Symphony No.9 in D minor, WAB /Composer: Bruckner, Anton.
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  7. Symphony No. 4 in E-flat Major, byname Romantic Symphony, symphony by Austrian composer Anton Bruckner that premiered in Vienna on February 20, The byname, approved by the composer himself, refers to the work’s ambitious scope—it is over an hour in length—and to its grand emotional gestures.
  8. Eroica Symphony, byname of Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major, Op. 55, symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven, known as the Eroica Symphony for its supposed heroic nature. The work premiered in Vienna on April 7, , and was grander and more dramatic than customary for symphonies at the time. It was Beethoven’s largest solely instrumental work.

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