‘Jupiter’ Symphony. Nickname for Mozart's Sym. No.41 in C major, K551 (1788). Not known why or when name originated, but possibly first used in programme of Phil. Soc. of London concert cond. Bishop on 26 March, 1821. Mozart's son F. X. Mozart said that the nickname was coined by the impresario Salomon.
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