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Old November 16th, 2017, 01:45 AM   #31
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Ok, the discussion became a bit too theoretical and serious (there's no harm in having a bit of fun, I hope).
Let's go to a comparative example on the very classical Mozart's "Alla Turca"
Now I know what Salieri meant about Mozart when he said change one note, and the work is diminished. Change one phrase and the structure falls. Mozart knew what he was doing. Let it be.
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