Late Gothic Revival

Late Gothic Revival

The last phase of the Gothic Revival in the early part of the 20th century, in which an attempt was made to emulate its Gothic architecture prototype with some degree of accuracy; for example, see Collegiate Gothic.
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Furthermore, by covering the work of Richard Wagner, as late as the 1880s and a long way on from Mozart (d1791) and Beethoven (d1827), the editor rather suggests that the entire late Gothic Revival should be in here too.
John's Cathedral is a soaring late Gothic revival structure and as a concert hall is impressive for both the acoustics and setting it provides.