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Selected Works



Key Works
1862 String Quartet
1864 Symphony in D-minor, known as 'Number 0'
1866 Symphony No.1
1868 Mass No.3, for solo voices, chorus and orchestra
1872 Symphony No.2
1873 Symphony No.3
1874 Symphony No.4 'Romantic'
1876 Symphony No.5
1881 Symphony No.6
1883 Symphony No.7
1884 Te Deum for chorus and orchestra
1887 Symphony No.8
1894 Symphony No.9 (Finale unfinished at his death)
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