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Daniel Jones Symphonies forthcoming on Lyrita

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« on: November 10, 2016, 08:05:36 am »

I'm curious as to what features are suggested to distinguish a Romantic from a Tonalist in this division? 

I don't think it's a useful division. Another forum has twisted itself in knots trying to define romanticism and failing. Very roughly, romanticism prioritises emotion over form. Brahms, for instance, is regarded as a classicist rather than a romantic, though he gets lumped in with the romantics by dint of temporal association.

It's easier to draw the line between those who converted to serialism and those who didn't.
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