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Muzio Clementi

Born soon after Handel had written his oratorio Jephtha and dead soon after Berlioz had written his Symphonie fantastique, Muzio Clementi didn’t write anything add up to the originality of these two composers — or, certainly, add up to the very best of his better contemporaries, Mozart and Haydn. However …

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