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|5.0 classic||Vortilex | July 2nd 10|
Along with Requiem in D minor, the Jupiter Symphony is one of Mozart's greatest works. The first and fourth movements are especially brilliant. The Sonata/fugue used in the fourth movement is something unparalleled in the Classical period
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|0.0 ||Yay | October 14th 13|
Why the hell does sputnik have classical music? I mean, I love it, but how am I supposed to compare Brahms to Joyce Manor?
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|5.0 classic||lmanvonbraun | December 1st 15|
One of the best symphonies ever written, if not the best symphony ever written.
|5.0 classic||branimirzivkovic | January 8th 13|
In just few months time in 1788. Mozart composed his last three fantastic symphonies besides some more chamber music. The last in C major nicknamed "Jupiter" is most cheerful of them, but it's impossible to say that it's the best. All three are exquisite, one more beautiful then the other.rThis particular symphony is famous for it's quadruple counterpoint in the last movement which is mind blowing, but all movements are exceptional in their own right. I would recommend performances conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt, who's interpretations of Mozart's menuet movements are right on the spot, I think, at least I never heard better ones.
|5.0 classic||starry | November 11th 10|
Awesome masterpiece, the last symphony from one of the greatest symphonists ever.
|4.0 excellent||Greem | February 27th 16|
|4.0 excellent||Leymon | February 23rd 16|
|4.0 excellent||Flave | November 14th 15|
|4.5 superb||OvTrvth | October 16th 15|
|5.0 classic||taset90 | September 5th 15|
|5.0 classic||Krichek | January 12th 15|
|5.0 classic||Rodrigo | January 2nd 15|
|4.5 superb||Corona | October 9th 14|
|4.5 superb||Terry | September 20th 14|
|3.5 great||ADR | August 22nd 14|
|5.0 classic||ANJ45 | October 4th 11|
|4.0 excellent||true | October 1st 11|
|4.0 excellent||iemona | January 18th 11|
|5.0 classic||Kakz | January 14th 10|
|3.5 great||KILL | September 12th 09|
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