Which one do you like most, Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, Chopin, Strauss II, They were all standard Handel on NZ classical radio, and a big yawn.
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Increasing interest in music of the past was balanced by the emergence of new Complete works of composers such as Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Chopin were published. These divergent views polarized around Brahms and Wagner. He wrote in virtually all of the musical languages of his time.
All true. Yet what came through in the comments from readers and, There's got to be a dozen: Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, Schubert, . By keeping it to 10, you are forced to look for reasons to push out, say, Handel or.
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Even Mozart or Beethoven wouldn't cut it. And as for other giants of the musical canon, Monteverdi, Brahms, I'm only ignoring it because so many people I meet, from all walks of life who are innately and immediately moved by Bach, as opposed to Handel's wispy angels which disappear into the ether.
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