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I was surprised I got by with it this time. I figured when they asked the "number higher than 30" question, somebody would catch on.
'course, it'll get harder as we get to 30Q-#200+, I won't be able to find many opus numbers or symphonies listed that high. I think P.D.Q. Bach had some pieces numbered in the four to five digit range, though.
Yea, I get carried away sometimes by replying over and over with guesses, so I'll control myself next time. And hey, I'm still learning the ropes of 30Q
But there's a slight problem here: I asked the question "is the symphony in D major" because there were at least 3 odd numered symphonies between 43 and 51 in D major. I wasn't guessing there, but trying to eliminate some more. So I didn't win this one, but my question made Shapley reveal the answer