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I'm interested in learning more about the finale to Mozart's 41st symphony. I understand that there is a fugue with five themes, and that each of these themes are played at different times in the finale, as well as being played in counterpoint.

I wanted to know if anyone could produce a score for each of the five melodies, so that I could play them on the piano. I already know one of them: the four-note motif, C D F E. But I would like to learn the other motifs. Could anyone post a graphic with the notes to the other themes?

Here is the symphony. The 4th movement starts at 23:53.

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    Wikipedia answers the question: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphony_No._41_(Mozart) – user19146 Feb 13 '17 at 4:29
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    You can find the score in imslp.org. I wouldn't expect anybody here is going to spend their own time going through the movement bar by bar, to do all the work for you! And specifically asking if someone can "transcribe the notes" is off-topic for this site anyway. – user19146 Feb 13 '17 at 11:13
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    Something about this question seems fishy to me... – Richard Feb 13 '17 at 11:20
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    With all due respect to the OP, I just don't understand how s/he wasn't able to get this information on his/her own. No matter how I phrase my Internet search, the top result is always the IMSLP score to the symphony. And sometimes I get paranoid about the fear of someone asking a homework question; it's odd to me that the OP knows that this is "a fugue with five themes" but then asks for "a graphic with the notes." Something just doesn't add up. But maybe I'm just grumpy today! :-) – Richard Feb 13 '17 at 13:45
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    @Richard It's easy enough to learn that "this is a fugue with five themes" from the internet. But coupled with the OP's other question about Mozart symphony 1, I wonder if he/she can read staff notation. It's not a skill that most people are born with! – user19146 Feb 13 '17 at 14:18
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How is this not clear enough? If you compare instrument names, they are resp. from upper to lower: flutes, oboes, bassoons (divided), horns in C, natural trumpets in C, timpani in C and G, and strings (violins I & II, violas, cellos divided).

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    Ladies and gentlemen, yesterday I had two upvotes, and today it seems two downvotes cancel them. Isn't it an etiquette to explain why my reply does not answer OP's question? It is not that 20 points that I care. – Aminopterin Feb 14 '17 at 5:09
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    I love the snark! And yes, I agree that I appreciate when down voters leave a comment, especially if the question has previously received up votes. If your reason to down vote isn't agreed upon by everyone, then it's not clear. Lemme know why!! – General Nuisance Feb 26 '17 at 5:14

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