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It's just as fruitful to listen to Ives' 1st alongside Mason's String Quartet In G Minor Op. 19 & Chadwick's Quartet in E Minor, & know that if Ives had taken a more conservative path, he still would've blown those guys away & probably become a different kind of great American composer, more like our version of Vaughan Williams. What would have happened if Ives' 3rd Symphony had become a big hit in Europe?

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