God thought it had a nice beat, was easy to dance to and was a catchy tune. Probably give it an 8

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The second movement is really catchy!

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who is he?

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God is fictional. It didn't matter either way. Bruckner was delusion, pandering, or both.

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He was very religious in a humble, innocent way. He was a sincere person.

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Delusional people can be both humble and sincere.
It is difficult to state with any certainty what Bruckner's true motivations were. You can guess or even make a somewhat informed assumption, but it is speculation to say with absolute certainty that Bruckner was completely sincere.

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Well he was humble and innocent. Can we know that?

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You can guess.
You are also making the error of assuming everyone defines "humble" and "innocent" the same way.

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Slammin' the Maestro for his choice of dedication recipient. Tsk tsk.

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Maybe God didn't like that. Bruckner died while he was writing the 9th. It's unfinished. Divine retribution?

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I seriously (cerealsly?) doubt that. Better to die thinking of God, wouldn't you say? Perhaps you wouldn't, I don't know.

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So you think God liked the dedication maybe?

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To be honest, I know nothing of the composer to whom you referred. What I do know is that if the guy poured out his heart in a dedication to God, God noticed.

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OK

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You are guessing

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When you speculate about God, it's always guesswork.

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