Mozart’s dark and impassioned Piano Concerto No. 20 helped inspire the turbulent music of oncoming Romanticism’s greatest figure–Beethoven. Fast forward a century and we come to Bruckner, whose hero was another enfant terrible–Richard Wagner–in whose memory the massive, broad-sweeping, and brass-laden Symphony No. 7 was written.
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