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The nonsensical dream has another postlude in which a bird utters a merry call and takes away the lizard in his beak.
DELUSION AND DREAMWILHELM JENSEN
Later he wrote a new postlude, which is found among motivi for the Octet and the Trio in C minor.
That Brahms actually had some such intention in adding the postlude is in the personal knowledge of the present writer.
For postlude two measures from the cantabile of Chopin's "Funeral March" are used with droll effect.
Opening with a musical and lyrical prelude, this symphonic composition was to end with a postlude.
ROMAIN ROLLANDSTEFAN ZWEIG
A postlude to a wedding-march and a prelude to a funeral ditto.
A postlude to the day's funeral march; a prelude to freedom.
The postlude is orchestral, with the chorus speaking above the music.

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