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Josef Rheinberger, roughly contemporary with Brahms, is known mostly for his organ music, which presents a rather forbidding facade to non-organists. In a time when music had begun to be obsessed with the march of its own history, and the Brahmsians and the perfect Wagnerites were contending over the cadence, a composer like Rheinberger soon fell by the wayside. He was, at least in terms of tonality, a conservative, and his career was largely unconnected with the emerging musical institutions of the late nineteenth century; ...

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