- Dec 14, 2007
It seems like most of the classical music threads here are geared towards mozart/beethoven/bach but I was wondering why you guys don't consider chopin to be up there. Would you call him the defining romantic period composer? (just like mozart dominates the classical period [you can't apprecate the period without listening to mozart])? Who would be? I'm looking for some good romantic period composers and was about to buy some chopin cds but not a lot of people seem to like him here.