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"Then came a swift agitato finale—a breathless, hurrying, trembling movement, descriptive of flight and uncertainty, and vague terror, which carried us away on its rustling wings, and left us all in emotion and wonder." Why does the author of this story give so much description of the music? A. to show that Beethoven's music was based on logic B. to show the emotional quality of the music C. to show that Beethoven was frightened by the music he had written D. to show that Beethoven did not want to say good-bye to these young people

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