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The World's Greatest Music
The great composers were just that – great at composing. But when it came to affairs of the heart they made their fair share of blundering errors. So, to help you avoid the same mistakes Mozart et al made, here are the lessons we've learned from the love-lives of the great classical composers.
Strauss himself described his wife, Pauline, as "very complex, very feminine, a little perverse, a little coquettish, never like herself, at every minute different from how she had been a moment before". His opera 'Capriccio' was modelled on his own (actually extremely happy) marriage.
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