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Emilie Mayer (1812-1883)

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« on: April 28, 2022, 06:18:36 pm »

I mean, quite literally, that it sounded as if it could have been composed by Beethoven in his early period, or even Mozart. It was more of an homage to the Classical piano concerto than a Romantic composition. From the small orchestral forces used to the, by 1850, reliance on the hackneyed cadential trill to end solos, it was more of a pastiche than a composition.
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