The second of Haydn's "London" Symphonies, symphony number 94 is best known for the second "surprise" movement. This is the third movement, a light menuetto.
This was a previously unknown arrangement, but was found at the end of another of Peter's scores when going through his archive. No parts were written out and it has never been performed.
See also Peter's variations on the "surprise" theme from the second movement.
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