Question: How many movements are in a symphony?
Answer: Normally, there are four movements in a symphony, but there are some that consist of two, three, or five. Usually, the movements are in this order: fast, slow, dance-like, fast.
Symphony FAQ Index
- What is a symphony?
- Where did the symphony originate?
- From where did the term 'symphony' come?
- What is a movement?
- How many movements are in a symphony?
- What is the longest symphony?
- Which composers are famous for their symphonies?
- What was the largest symphony orchestra?
- What is the oldest symphony orchestra?
- What is the difference between a classical and a romantic symphony?
- I would like to attend a symphony concert, but where?