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Musical StructurePlay
A symphony usually follows a specific structure with distinct parts like an introduction, development, and a finale. SlideA typical symphony might start slowly, build in complexity, and end with a triumphant finale.
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Historical SignificancePlay
Famous symphonies have historical and cultural importance, often related to the era or the composer's background. SlideMozart's symphonies are emblematic of the Classical era.