The End of an Ambitious Project

At the beginning of 2012 I decided to listen to a different symphony every day of the year.  I began on January 1st with a recording of Kalinnikov’s Symphony No. 1 in G minor by Kiril Kondrashin and the Moscow Philharmonic; a record I’d picked up at a used bookstore on a whim. Over the course of the year I heard 366 symphonies, many for the first time. It introduced many new composers to me and opened a plethora of new doors into classical music that I look forward to exploring this year. It became a pleasant routine, beginning most of my mornings at work with a new symphony while checking my email and planning out the day. There were negative sides to the exercise as well though. Many of the symphonies did not receive a fair hearing as I was forcing them into an already busy day. There were many days when I was too busy and had to fit two symphonies in the next day. It often became little more than a mechanical chore. It also forced me to rely quite a bit on Spotify for finding new music. There is nothing like having a symphony build to a climactic fourth movement only for it to stop for an advertisement for condoms. It is unlikely I will ever again take part in a listening program as rigid as this was. In the near future I will probably not write as often as I had in the past (not counting the last year in which I made zero posts of course). Listening will be leisurely. I plan on listening to several related pieces whether composer, time period, type. When something strikes me as interesting I’ll post. And if you want to know what symphonies I heard this past year keep scrolling.

  • 1/1- Vasily Kalinnikov- Symphony No. 1 in G minor
  • 1/2 Johannes Brahms- Symphony No. 1 in C minor
  • 1/3 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 5 in D major
  • 1/4 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 7 in A major
  • 1/5 Hector Berlioz- Harold in Italy
  • 1/6 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 40 in G minor
  • 1/7 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 2 in D major
  • 1/8 Cesar Franck- Symphony in D minor
  • 1/9 Robert Schumann- Symphony No. 1 in Bb major “Spring”
  • 1/10 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 6 in D major
  • 1/11 Gustav Mahler- Song of the Earth
  • 1/12 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 100 in G major “Military”
  • 1/13 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 2 in C minor “Little Russian”
  • 1/14 Carl Nielsen- Symphony No. 4 “The Inextinguishable”
  • 1/15 Philip Glass- Symphony No. 4 “Heroes”
  • 1/16 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 4 in C minor
  • 1/17 Felix Mendelssohn- Symphony No. 3 in A minor “Scottish”
  • 1/18 Igor Stravinsky- The Symphony of Psalms
  • 1/19 Sergei Rachmaninoff- The Bells Symphony
  • 1/20 Sergei Prokofiev- Symphony No. 5 in Bb major
  • 1/21 Nikolai Miaskovsky- Symphony No. 21 in F# minor
  • 1/22 Georges Bizet- Symphony in C
  • 1/23 Sir Edward Elgar- Symphony No. 1 in A major
  • 1/24 Richard Strauss- Eine Alpensinfonie
  • 1/25 Charles Ives- Symphony No. 1 in D minor
  • 1/26 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 8 “The Journey”
  • 1/27 Olivier Messiaen- Turangalila-Symphonie
  • 1/28 Krzysztof Penderecki- Symphony No. 3
  • 1/29 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 9 in C major “Great”
  • 1/30 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 7 in E major
  • 1/31 William Walton- Symphony No. 1 in Bb major
  • 2/1 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 45 in F# minor “Farewell”
  • 2/2 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 5 in F major
  • 2/3 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 35 in D major “Haffner”
  • 2/4 Camille Saint-Saens- Symphony No. 3 in C minor “Organ”
  • 2/5 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 6 in D minor
  • 2/6 Carl Nielsen- Symphony No. 5
  • 2/7 Felix Mendelssohn- Symphony No. 2 in Bb major “Lobgesang”
  • 2/8 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 6 in B minor “Pathetique”
  • 2/9 Alexander Borodin- Symphony No. 2 in B minor
  • 2/10 Sergei Rachmaninoff- Symphony No. 2 in E minor
  • 2/11 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 7 “Sinfonia Antartica”
  • 2/12 Robert Schumann- Symphony No. 3 in Eb major “Rhenish”
  • 2/13 Johannes Brahms- Symphony No. 3 in F major
  • 2/14 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 11 in G minor “The Year 1905”
  • 2/15 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 8 in Eb major “Symphony of a Thousand”
  • 2/16 Sergei Prokofiev- Symphony No. 1 in D major “Classical”
  • 2/17 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 1 in C major
  • 2/18 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 4 in Eb major “Romantic”
  • 2/19 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 41 in C major “Jupiter”
  • 2/20 Sir Edward Elgar- Symphony No. 2 in Eb major
  • 2/21 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 5 in Bb major
  • 2/22 Sergei Rachmaninoff- Symphony No. 1 in D minor
  • 2/23 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 104 in D major “London”
  • 2/24 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 5 in E minor
  • 2/25 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 8 in G major
  • 2/26 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 1 in E minor
  • 2/27 Felix Mendelssohn- Symphony No. 5 in D major “Reformation”
  • 2/28 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 1 in D major “Titan”
  • 2/29 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 1 “A Sea Symphony”
  • 3/1 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 9 in D minor
  • 3/2 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 25 in G minor
  • 3/3 Johannes Brahms- Symphony No. 2 in D major
  • 3/4 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 4 in F minor
  • 3/5 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 10 in E minor
  • 3/6 Sergei Rachmaninoff- Symphony No. 3 in A minor
  • 3/7 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 8 in B minor “Unfinished”
  • 3/8 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 101 in D major “The Clock”
  • 3/9 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 2 in D major
  • 3/10 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 4 in A minor
  • 3/11 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 7 in D minor
  • 3/12 Felix Mendelssohn- Symphony No. 4 in A major “Italian”
  • 3/13 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 5
  • 3/14 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 36 in C major “Linz”
  • 3/15 Johannes Brahms- Symphony No. 4 in E minor
  • 3/16 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 2 “A London Symphony”
  • 3/17 Hector Berlioz- Symphonie Fantastique
  • 3/18 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 94 in G major “Surprise”
  • 3/19 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 1 in G minor “Winter Daydreams”
  • 3/20 Dmitri Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 5 in D minor
  • 3/21 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 8 in F major
  • 3/22 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 38 in D major “Prague”
  • 3/23 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 9 in E minor “From the New World”
  • 3/24 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 5 in C minor
  • 3/25 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 7 in C major
  • 3/26 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 3
  • 3/27 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- “The Manfred Symphony”
  • 3/28 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 3 “A Pastoral Symphony”
  • 3/29 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 29 in A major
  • 3/30 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”
  • 3/31 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 4 in Bb major
  • 4/1 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 8 in C minor
  • 4/2 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 39 in Eb major
  • 4/3 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 4
  • 4/4 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 3 in C major
  • 4/5 Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov- Symphony No. 2 “Antar”
  • 4/6 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 7 in C major “Leningrad”
  • 4/7 Henryk Gorecki- Symphony No. 3 “Symphony of Sorrowful Songs”
  • 4/8 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 6 in F major “Pastoral”
  • 4/9 Jean Sibelius- Symphony No. 5 in Eb major
  • 4/10 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 6 in A minor “Tragic”
  • 4/11 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 3 in Eb “Eroica”
  • 4/12 Camille Saint-Saens- Symphony No. 1 in Eb major
  • 4/13 Vincent D’Indy- Symphony on a French Mountain Aire
  • 4/14 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 34 in C major
  • 4/15 Philip Glass- Symphony No. 5 “Requiem, Bardo, Nirmanakaya”
  • 4/16 Robert Schumann- Symphony No. 4 in D minor
  • 4/17 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 8 in D minor
  • 4/18 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Symphony No. 3 in D major “Polish”
  • 4/19 Ludwig van Beethoven- Symphony No. 9 in D minor “Choral”
  • 4/20 Aaron Copland- Symphony for Organ and Orchestra
  • 4/21 Charles Ives- Symphony No. 3 “The Camp Meeting”
  • 4/22 Vasily Kalinnikov- Symphony No. 2 in A major
  • 4/23 Sergei Prokofiev- Symphony No. 4
  • 4/24 Igor Stravinsky- Symphony in C
  • 4/25 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 9
  • 4/26 Max Bruch- Symphony No. 1 in Eb major
  • 4/27 Alexander Borodin- Symphony No. 1 in Eb major
  • 4/28 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 8 in C minor
  • 4/29 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 9 in E minor
  • 4/30 Camille Saint-Saens- Symphony No. 2 in A minor
  • 5/1 Felix Mendelssohn- Symphony No. 1 in C minor
  • 5/2 William Walton- Symphony No. 2
  • 5/3 Johan de Meij- Symphony No. 1 “The Lord of the Rings”
  • 5/4 Emil von Reznicek- Symphony No. 1 in D minor “Tragic”
  • 5/5 Aaron Copland- Symphony No. 3
  • 5/6 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 34 in D minor
  • 5/7 Samuel Barber- Symphony No. 1 “Symphony in One Movement”
  • 5/8 Franz Liszt- “A Faust Symphony”
  • 5/9 Leonard Bernstein- Symphony No. 1 “Jeremiah”
  • 5/10 Alexander Scriabin- Symphony No. 3 in C minor “The Divine Poem”
  • 5/11 William Grant Stills- Symphony No. 2 in G minor “Song of a New Race”
  • 5/12 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 4 in F minor
  • 5/13 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 6 in B minor
  • 5/14 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 31 in D major “Paris”
  • 5/15 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 3
  • 5/16 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 7
  • 5/17 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 4 in C minor “Tragic”
  • 5/18 Robert Schumann- Symphony No. 2 in C major
  • 5/19 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 9 in Eb major
  • 5/20 Arthur Meulemans- Symphony No. 2
  • 5/21 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 32 in C major
  • 5/22 Henryk Gorecki- Symphony No. 2 “Kopernikowska”
  • 5/23 Charles Ives- Symphony No. 4
  • 5/24 Hector Berlioz- Romeo and Juliet
  • 5/25 Ernest Chausson- Symphony in Bb major
  • 5/26 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 15 in A major
  • 5/27 Ralph Vaughan Williams- Symphony No. 6 in E minor
  • 5/28 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 28 in C major
  • 5/29 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 1 in C minor “The Bells of Zionice”
  • 5/30 Philip Glass- Symphony No. 3
  • 5/31 Carl Nielsen- Symphony No. 1 in G minor
  • 6/1 Franz Berwald- Symphony No. 1 in G minor “Sinfonie Serieuse”
  • 6/2 Nikolai Miaskovsky- Symphony No. 16 in F major “Aviation”
  • 6/3 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 88 in G major
  • 6/4 Leonard Bernstein- Symphony No. 2 “The Age of Anxiety”
  • 6/5 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 1 in D major
  • 6/6 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 2 in Bb major
  • 6/7 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 3 in D major
  • 6/8 Aram Khachaturian- Symphony No. 2 “The Bell Symphony”
  • 6/9 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 5 in Bb major
  • 6/10 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 9 in C major
  • 6/11 Sergei Prokofiev- Symphony No. 3 C minor
  • 6/12 Krzysztof Penderecki- Symphony No. 1
  • 6/13 Igor Stravinsky- Symphony In Three Movements
  • 6/14 Benjamin Britten- Spring Symphony
  • 6/15 Edvard Grieg- Symphony No. 1 in C minor
  • 6/16 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 6 in C major
  • 6/17 Philip Glass- Symphony No. 2
  • 6/18 Richard Strauss- Symphony No. 2 in F minor
  • 6/19 Johan Halvorsen- Symphony No. 1 in C minor
  • 6/20 Sir Eugene Goossens- Symphony No. 1
  • 6/21 Wilhelm Stenhammar- Symphony No. 2 in G minor
  • 6/22 Alexander Borodin- Symphony No. 3 in A minor “Unfinished”
  • 6/23 Erkki Melartin- Symphony No. 2 in E minor
  • 6/24 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 12 in G major
  • 6/25 Franz Schubert- Symphony No. 7 in E major “Unfinished”
  • 6/26 Charles Gounod- Symphony No. 2 in Eb
  • 6/27 Jan Kalivoda- Symphony No. 5 in B minor
  • 6/28 Felix Draeseke- Symphony No. 1 in G major
  • 6/29 Joachim Raff- Symphony No. 8 in A major “Sounds of Spring”
  • 6/30 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 16 in C major
  • 7/1 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 6 in D major “Le Matin”
  • 7/2 Luis de Freitas Branco- Symphony No. 1
  • 7/3 Qunihico Hashimoto- Symphony No. 1 in D major
  • 7/4 Charles Ives- Symphony No. 2
  • 7/5 Peder Gram- Symphony No. 1
  • 7/6 Adolf Fredrik Lindblad- Symphony No. 1 in C major
  • 7/7 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 19 in Eb major
  • 7/8 Jef van Hoof- Symphony No. 2 in Ab major
  • 7/9 Malcolm Arnold- Symphony No. 1
  • 7/10 Ferdinand Ries- Symphony No. 2 in C minor
  • 7/11 Karl Wiegl- Symphony No. 6 in A minor
  • 7/12 Janis Ivanovs- Symphony No. 2 in D minor
  • 7/13 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 2 in Bb major
  • 7/14 Alice Mary Smith- Symphony No. 2 in A minor
  • 7/15 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 13 in F major
  • 7/16 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 59 in A major “Fire”
  • 7/17 Gustav Mahler- Symphony No. 10 “Unfinished”
  • 7/18 Havergal Brian- Symphony No. 1 in D minor “The Gothic”
  • 7/19 Leopold Mozart- “The Toy Symphony”
  • 7/20 Kurt Atterburg- Symphony No. 2 in F major
  • 7/21 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 7 in D major
  • 7/22 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 30 in C major “Alleluia”
  • 7/23 Vincent D’Indy- Symphony No. 1 in A minor “Italienne”
  • 7/24 Kurt Atterburg- Symphony No. 3
  • 7/25 Sergei Taneyev- Symphony No. 3 in D minor
  • 7/26 Philip Glass- Symphony No. 1 “Low Symphony”
  • 7/27 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach- Symphony in G major
  • 7/28 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 15 in G major
  • 7/29 Carl Maria von Weber- Symphony No. 1 in C major
  • 7/30 Anton Rubinstein- Symphony No. 4 in D minor “Dramatic”
  • 7/31 Erno Dohnanyi- Symphony No. 2 in E major
  • 8/1 Cyril Scott- Symphony No. 4
  • 8/2 Sir Arthur Bliss- “A Colour Symphony”
  • 8/3 Charles Gounod- Symphony No. 1 in D major
  • 8/4 Havergal Brian- Symphony No. 15 in A major
  • 8/5 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 6 in F major
  • 8/6 Nikolai Miaskovsky- Symphony No. 10 in F minor “The Bronze Horseman”
  • 8/7 Svend Erik Tarp- Symphony No. 7 in C minor “Galaxy”
  • 8/8 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 3 in Eb major
  • 8/9 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 48 in C major “Maria Theresia”
  • 8/10 Leonard Bernstein- Symphony No. 3 “Kaddish”
  • 8/11 Richard Strauss- “Symphonia Domestica”
  • 8/12 Adalbert Gyrowetz- Symphony No. 2 in Eb major
  • 8/13 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 44 in E minor “Mourning”
  • 8/14 Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov- Symphony No. 1 in E minor
  • 8/15 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 0 in D minor “Die Nullte”
  • 8/16 Johan Severin Svendsen- Symphony No. 1 in D major
  • 8/17 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 32 in G major
  • 8/18 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 31 in D major “Hornsignal”
  • 8/19 Michael Haydn- Symphony No. 33 in Bb major
  • 8/20 Franz Berwald- Symphony No. 2 in C major “Capricieuse”
  • 8/21 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 1 in F minor
  • 8/22 Alexander Scriabin- Symphony No. 1 in E major
  • 8/23 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 4 “Arabescata”
  • 8/24 Sir Edward Elgar- Symphony No. 3
  • 8/25 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 12 in E major
  • 8/26 Max Bruch- Symphony No. 3 in E major
  • 8/27 Carl Nielsen- Symphony No. 6 “Sinfonia Semplice”
  • 8/28 Philippe Gaubert- Symphony in F major
  • 8/29 Alexander Glazunov- Symphony No. 4 in Eb major
  • 8/30 Arthur Honeggar- Symphony No. 3 “Symphonie Liturgique”
  • 8/31 Roy Harris- Symphony No. 3
  • 9/1 Michael Haydn- Symphony No. 14 in Bb major
  • 9/2 Bohuslav Martinu- Symphony No. 6 “Fantaisies symphoniques”
  • 9/3 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 11 in D major
  • 9/4 Benjamin Britten- Symphony for Cello and Orchestra
  • 9/5 Arthur Honeggar- Symphony No. 1 in C major
  • 9/6 Humphrey Searle- Symphony No. 2
  • 9/7 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 103 in Eb major “Drumroll”
  • 9/8 Roy Harris- Symphony No. 6 “Gettysburg”
  • 9/9 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 5 in Bb major “Hague”
  • 9/10 Krzysztof Penderecki- Symphony No. 5 “Korean”
  • 9/11 Charles Ives- “Universe Symphony” (unfinished)
  • 9/12 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 3 in Eb major “First of May”
  • 9/13 William Grant Still- Symphony No. 3 “Sunday Symphony”
  • 9/14 Franz Berwald- Symphony No. 3 in C major “Singuliere”
  • 9/15 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 40 in F major
  • 9/16 Alexander Glazunov- Symphony No. 1 in E major “Slavonian”
  • 9/17 Luigi Boccherini- Symphony No. 1 in Bb major
  • 9/18 Gustav Holst- Symphony in F major “The Cotswolds”
  • 9/19 Max Bruch- Symphony No. 2 in F minor
  • 9/20 Hugo Alfven- Symphony No. 4 in C major
  • 9/21 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 1
  • 9/22 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 46 in B major
  • 9/23 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 21 in A major
  • 9/24 Luigi Boccherini- Symphony No. 13 in C major
  • 9/25 Howard Hanson- Symphony No. 7 “A Sea Symphony”
  • 9/26 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 1 in C minor
  • 9/27 Antonin Dvorak- Symphony No. 4 in D minor
  • 9/28 Tomas Marco- Symphony No. 4 “Espacio quebrado”
  • 9/29 Michael Haydn- Symphony No. 29 in D minor
  • 9/30 Edmund Rubbra- Symphony No. 5 in Bb major
  • 10/1 Carl Nielsen- Symphony No. 2 “The Four Temperaments”
  • 10/2 Robert Simpson- Symphony No. 3
  • 10/3 Harold Shapero- Symphony for Classical Orchestra
  • 10/4 Dan Locklair- Symphony of Seasons
  • 10/5 Johann Christian Bach- Symphony No. 15 in F major
  • 10/6 Luigi Boccherini- Symphony No. 15 in D minor
  • 10/7 Alexander Glazunov- Symphony No. 2 in F# minor “To the Memory of Liszt”
  • 10/8 Roy Harris- Symphony No. 2
  • 10/9 Morton Gould- Symphony No. 3
  • 10/10 Arthur Meulemans- Symphony No. 3 “Dennensymfonie”
  • 10/11 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 8 in D major
  • 10/12 Sergei Taneyev- Symphony No. 4 in C minor
  • 10/13 Bohuslav Martinu- Symphony No. 2
  • 10/14 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 51 in Bb major
  • 10/15 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony in A minor “Odense”
  • 10/16 Havergal Brian- Symphony No. 20 in C# minor
  • 10/17 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 13 in Bb minor “Babi Yar”
  • 10/18 Alexander Scriabin- Symphony No. 2 in C minor
  • 10/19 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 92 in G major “Oxford”
  • 10/20 Franz Berwald- Symphony No. 4 in Eb major “Naive”
  • 10/21 Carl Nielsen- Symphony No. 3 “Sinfonia Espansiva”
  • 10/22 Michael Haydn- Symphony No. 19 in D major
  • 10/23 Nikolai Miaskovsky- Symphony No. 5 in D major
  • 10/24 Luigi Boccherini- Symphony No. 16 in A major
  • 10/25 Roy Harris- Symphony No. 4 “Folksong Symphony”
  • 10/26 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 1 in Eb major
  • 10/27 Kurt Atterburg- Symphony No. 6 in C major “Dollar Symphony”
  • 10/28 Ferdinand Ries- Symphony No. 7 in A minor
  • 10/29 Malcolm Arnold- Symphony No. 3
  • 10/30 Howard Hanson- Symphony No. 5 “Sinfonia sacra”
  • 10/31 Eduard Tubin- Symphony No. 10
  • 11/1 George Antheil- Symphony No. 6 “After Delacroix”
  • 11/2 Franz Joseph Haydn- “The Miracle Symphony”
  • 11/3 Edmund Rubbra- Symphony No. 3
  • 11/4 Bohuslav Martinu- Symphony No. 1
  • 11/5 Johan Severin Svendsen- Symphony No. 2 in Bb major
  • 11/6 Carl Stamitz- Symphony in D minor
  • 11/7 Mily Balakirev- Symphony No. 2 in D minor
  • 11/8 Richard Wetz- Symphony No. 1 in C minor
  • 11/9 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 4 in D major
  • 11/10 Roger Sessions- Symphony No. 1 in E minor
  • 11/11 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 2
  • 11/12 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 22 in Eb major “The Philosopher”
  • 11/13 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 3 in D minor “Wagner Symphony”
  • 11/14 Camille Saint-Saens- Symphony in A major
  • 11/15 Richard Wetz- Symphony No. 2 in A major
  • 11/16 Alexander Scriabin- “The Poem of Ecstasy”
  • 11/17 Havergal Brian- Symphony No. 11
  • 11/18 Elliot Carter- “A Symphony of Three Orchestras”
  • 11/19 William Schuman- Symphony No. 6
  • 11/20 Michael Haydn- Symphony No. 24 in A major
  • 11/21 Leopold Mozart- Symphony in Bb major
  • 11/22 Hector Berlioz- “Grande symphonie funebre et triomphale”
  • 11/23 Georges Bizet- “Roma Symphony”
  • 11/24 Sergei Prokofiev- “Symphony-Concerto for Cello and Orchestra”
  • 11/25 Roy Harris- Symphony No. 7
  • 11/26 Richard Strauss- Symphony in D minor
  • 11/27 Krzysztof Penderecki- Symphony No. 7 “Seven Gates of Jerusalem”
  • 11/28 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 22 in C major
  • 11/29 Alan Hovhaness- Symphony No. 2 “Mysterious Mountain”
  • 11/30 Alan Hovhaness- Symphony No. 22 “City of Light”
  • 12/1 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 99 in Eb major
  • 12/2 Arvo Pärt- Symphony No. 1 “Polyphonic”
  • 12/3 Havergal Brian- Symphony No. 2 in E minor
  • 12/4 Arthur Honeggar- Symphony No. 5 in D major “Di tre re”
  • 12/5 Paul Hindemith- “Symphony: Mathis der Maler”
  • 12/6 Sir Michael Tippett- Symphony No. 2
  • 12/7 Alan Hovhaness- Symphony No. 1 “Exile”
  • 12/8 Sergei Taneyev- Symphony No. 2 in Bb major
  • 12/9 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 6 “Vincentiana”
  • 12/10 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 2 in C minor
  • 12/11 Joachim Raff- Symphony No. 3 in F major “Im Walde”
  • 12/12 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart- Symphony No. 27 in G major
  • 12/13 Bohuslav Martinu- Symphony No. 3
  • 12/14 Arnold Shoenberg- Chamber Symphony No. 1 in E major
  • 12/15 Nikolai Miaskovsky- Symphony No. 9 in E minor
  • 12/16 Richard Wetz- Symphony No. 3 in Bb major
  • 12/17 Arvo Pärt- Symphony No. 3
  • 12/18 Joachim Raff- Symphony No. 11 in A minor “Der Winter”
  • 12/19 Anton Bruckner- Symphony No. 6 in A major
  • 12/20 William Alwyn- Symphony No. 5 “Hydriotaphia”
  • 12/21 Peter Maxwell Davies- Symphony No. 1
  • 12/22 Franz Joseph Haydn- Symphony No. 93 in D major
  • 12/23 Paul Hindemith- Symphony in Bb major for Concert Band
  • 12/24 Krzyzstof Penderecki- Symphony No. 2 “Christmas Symphony”
  • 12/25 Einojuhani Rautavaara- Symphony No. 5
  • 12/26 Alan Hovhaness- Symphony No. 7 “Nanga Parvat”
  • 12/27 Havergal Brian- Symphony No. 12
  • 12/28 Malcolm Arnold- Symphony No. 7
  • 12/29 Joachim Raff- Symphony No. 2 in C major
  • 12/30 Paul Dukas- Symphony in C
  • 12/31 Dmitri Shostakovich- Symphony No. 14
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