This is a noisy, in your face interpretation, and the conductor has written out timpani parts. It’s rough, a bit abrasive, not polite, and I really like this.
This is another early symphony written in Salzburg and completed May 5, 1774.
No timpani in Marriner’s, but this is a fine performance. Unfortunately it’s only the 1st movement, so you would have to hunt down the other movements. I know how to find them, so if someone asks I’ll do it.
- two oboes
- two horns
- two trumpets
- timpani (the part was lost)
There has been at least one attempt to reconstruct the timpani part.
- Molto allegro (D major)
- Andantino con moto (A major)
- Menuetto and Trio (D major, trio in G major)
- Presto (D major)