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“A Conceited Mediocrity”: Why Tchaikovsky Hated Brahms
Russian composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky had a lot to say about Johannes Brahms’ music—all bad... “I have played over the music of that scoundrel Brahms,” wrote Tchaikovsky in his diary in 1886. “What...
The Top Ten Greatest Violin Concertos
Stephen M. Klugewicz
The violin concerto as a form of music has endured for some 300 years and remains, alongside the piano concerto, the most popular type of concerto played in modern concert halls and committed to recording....
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