The cello part for Haydn's Symphony No. 31 in D major, H.1/31 has been edited by Frank Miller, former principal cellist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for over 20 years. Miller's bowings, fingerings and other editorial markings have been added throughout the score.
Joseph Haydn composed Symphony No. 31 in 1765 for his patron Nikolaus Esterházy. The work is scored for one flute, two oboes, four horns, and strings. With an orchestra of only around 16-17 players, four horns comprised roughly a quarter of the entire ensemble, unusual even for composers who would come much later. Because of this the work is nicknamed the "Hornsignal" symphony.
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