The Symphony No. 25 in C major, Hoboken I/25, is a symphony by Joseph Haydn.The symphony was most likely composed in 1763, or at the very earliest in 1761, at about the same time as No. 33.
It is scored for 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns, strings and continuo, and unlike most C major symphonies by Haydn lacks trumpets and timpani. The work is in three movements:
- Adagio, 4
4 — Allegro molto, 2
- Minuetto & Trio, 3
- Presto, 2
Unusually among Haydn's symphonies, this work lacks a slow movement.