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What is Your Favorite Key Signature?

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« on: January 14, 2013, 07:54:48 pm »

But let's assume that it was indeed written in that key; was it composed by Elgar, Mahler, Schmidt, Beethoven, Sibelius or whom?

I am assuming Neil was referring to the Eroica-this symphony single-handedly paved the way for many of the symphonies that were to be written in later years. But who knows, he could have been referring to Mozart 39, Bortkiewicz 2, Bax 4, Berwald 4, Borodin 1, Bruckner 4, Dvorak 3, Enescu 1, Glazunov 8, Gliere 1, Madetoja 2, or Schumann 3 ;) Besides the Mozart, Bruckner and Schumann, I don't think any of these are "great" per se, but most come pretty darn close to it ;D Now the issue arises on what constitutes "great" music......
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