23 Of The Shadiest Insults From Classical Composers

    "What a good thing this isn't music."

    1. Tchaikovsky on Brahms.

    2. Prokofiev on Stravinsky.

    3. Berlioz on Handel.

    4. Rossini on Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique.

    5. Beethoven on Rossini.

    6. Clara Schumann on Liszt.

    7. Vaughan Williams on Mahler.

    8. Bizet on Wagner.

    9. Schoenberg on Strauss.

    10. Fauré on Ravel's String Quartet in F Major.

    11. Rossini on Wagner's Lohengrin.

    12. Saint-Saëns on Debussy.

    13. Virgil Thomson on Sibelius' Symphony No. 2.

    14. Mendelssohn on Berlioz.

    15. César Cui on Strauss' Sinfonia Domestica.

    16. Tchaikovsky on Borodin.

    17. Brahms on Liszt.

    18. Schumann on Wagner.

    19. Lalo on Brahms.

    20. César Cui on Wagner.

    21. Britten on Brahms.

    22. Ravel on Saint-Saëns compositions during the war.

    23. Rimsky-Korsakov on Balakirev, Borodin, Cui, and Mussorgsky.