The first movement is present in the sonata form that is similar with the classical symphonies that were used in number 40. The differentiation created by Mozart in his symphonies is about the classical movement era of sonatas that is not present in his music. He makes the music media dropping so the listener can go in the quick motion of the strings that are lower and can enjoy the turbid melody present in the violin octaves (Dwight, 89). This was about the first theme of the symphony, discussing about the second theme of the music chromatic descent begins that changes the color and returns to the strings. In the development section, modulations are present that are present with fragmentations in the first key areas. The critique about this can be presented about the fooling of the listener because they think that they are hearing recapitulation. When recapitulation comes, violins start and turn the tables (Wright, 67). The tables are turned on a lower string and this makes them to enter alone. The main point is about the shift that is present in the character and has a strong influence on the agitated character of the reminiscent. The duality present can be stated as the strong and main point of this music that makes this symphony as the great G minor symphony (Dwight, 99). The theme is presented with violins and series of octaves that is with the lower strings. The short bridge of the passage serves as the transition point from one theme to another that has been explained above and is the most critical point of this symphony (Wright, 69). The closing theme of the track has used home key in majority and played with the help of B flat major that was at the point of departure present for the development section of the track.