Concerts in the Park by Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - DiscoveringOhio

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I really enejoyd the first half as well. I don't know much about symphonic music so I like learning about the form as well as what the composer did with it. (Like the fact that symphonies were supposed to start and end in the same key, but Mendelssohn changed the final movement to A minor.) I'd love to hear even more about that. What were the original rules for symphonies? Who made them up? How did they change over the years and who made those changes? With all the challenging of the rules that different composers have done over the centuries, what rules are still in effect for composers today?I like Sarah's theory section for this same reason as well.

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