Paul Klee shared the position of the Munich, Berlin, Bauhaus and Berne avant-garde in all fields but one: music. This son of musicians , husband of a concert pianist and a violinist himself expressed musical choices that can be considered both expert and conservative.This content was published on December 18, 2004 - 12:30
In his opinion, musical creation reached its peak in the 18th century, in the golden age that started with Bach, ended with Beethoven and had Mozart at its apex.
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