Symphony No.40 in G minor (1) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Download 'Symphony No.40 in G minor (1)' on iTunes
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Classical music and drugs: which composers took what?
Bernstein was in such a sorry physical state towards the end of his life that he came to depend on massive amounts of painkillers just to get through concerts. One show in Boston had to include a five-minute pause while he suffered a massive coughing fit during the third movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7.