O and they no down are in yonder,
since I think the Prague symphonie if not part of Mozarts last symphonies, well if can just as well be considered a prologue to them and thus part of them. So I can't go forward. There was a very brief one, that or the Linzer, Linzer now, 36. This provides contrast:
Yeah I thought of 32, but let this be here
I hope this is the formerly infamous Michael Haydn symphony mistaken for a Mozart symphony. Really there are time lines also for creative artists, perhaps Mozart and Michael Haydn swaped works for that purpose. It is not known what Mozart work would have Michael by its name, but perhaps it hadn't time to happen, or something else.
I must stress below here, Mozart here is the slow introduction, but Michael Haydn is worth hearing.
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