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The World's Greatest Music
An epic Italian poem from the 16th century has inspired more classical music than any other work of literature. Here are a few of the best.
Donizetti's music teacher Mayr was considered by some to be greater than Beethoven. Rossini, no less, deemed Mayr a rival. For his version of 'Orlando Furioso', Mayr gave stratospheric solos to the characters of Ginevra and the castrato role of Ariodante.
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