Tragic Overture

Johannes Brahms' Tragic Overture was not without its critics. "Brahms' Tragic Overture brings to mind the entry of a ghost in a Shakespearean drama, startling the murderer by its presence but invisible to all others," Hugo Wolf declared. "We do not know whom Brahms has murdered in his Tragic Overture."
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