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Place in chronological order from earliest onwards these "Fourth Symphonies"

1 - Inextinguishable
2 - Italian
3 - Resurrection
4 - Romantic

It may or may not help to know that in some order the composers were Mendelssohn, Nielsen, Bruckner and Mahler. whose second symphony I inadvertently included in the list


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Absolutely no clue, so..

2-4-3-1

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shot in the dark for sure!!!!

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You'll fit right in!
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I can only hope the questions get easier tonight.

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Lots of choices, surely one of us got it right....

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T-Bone has it.

2 - 4 - 3 - 1

Mendelssohn, Bruckner, Mahler and Nielsen.

Mahler's fourth has a kid soloist or lady soloist singing about heaven in the fourth movement, but it is the second symphony which is labelled resurrection.

In the fourth, heaven sounds a lot like China to me.


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WTG T Bone! Let's hear it for the boys.... 8)

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etaoin22 wrote:
T-Bone has it.


T-Bone totally guessed it.

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etaoin22 wrote:
T-Bone has it.


T-Bone totally guessed it.


I'm just glad one of us got it right.

I hereby award t-bone Reverence. Use it up quick. Like cheap cologne, it evaporates quickly.


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I have no clue.

I am here.

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etaoin22 wrote:
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Place in chronological order from earliest onwards these "Fourth Symphonies"

1 - Inextinguishable
2 - Italian
3 - Resurrection
4 - Romantic

It may or may not help to know that in some order the composers were Mendelssohn, Nielsen, Bruckner and Mahler. whose second symphony I inadvertently included in the list


I couldn't even tell you that they are all symphonies!

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sounds as good as any


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I love that I guessed the same as sprots and that she guessed twice!


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