Mozart

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Mozart's last years in Vienna were the biggest paradox of all. His music was beyond anything that had ever been written, but he couldn't make enough money to live on. Here's his famous G Minor Symphony, No. 40, played in Kiel, Germany by the Polish Chamber Orchestra. Jacek Kaspszyk is conducting.

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