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Symphony No. 2
also called "Hymn of Praise" and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. in B flat major, op. 52, called the "Lobgesang" Symphony, was composed by Felix Mendelssohn

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  2. 1. Sinfonia 2

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  3. written in 1840 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the invention of printing

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  4. The composer's description of the work was 'A Symphony-Cantata on Words of the Holy Bible, for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra'

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  5. Structurally, it consists of three purely orchestral movements followed by nine movements for chorus and/or soloists and orchestra, and lasts approximately 65-70 minutes in total

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  6. The English titles of the nine vocal movements are as follows

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