hi guys, i'm researching a lot of palindromes right now for a short movie i am making and i was told that there is a piece of classical music done by haydn that is actually a palindrome. this excited me very much so, but i can't seem to find a solid mp3 of the piece, everyone i've heard ends differently than it starts, therefore it cannot be a palindrome. my mother told me she heard it on pbs radio down here and so i contacted them and they gave me the following information: We played a piece on the station Friday morning by Haydn: his Symphony # 47, nicknamed "Palindrome". Perhaps the CD notes explain why it's called that. It's on the Decca label, catalog number 425 910. Antal Dorati conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra. if anyone can help me out, i would appreciate it immensely. thank you.