He wrote hundreds of symphonies, each longer than the previous (inversely proportional to the attendance of his diminishing audiences). Boswell Barwell postulates that the general public had so short an attention span that they couldn't sit still for the whole time of a single symphony. His Symphony #981 aka Infinite Symphony contained over 60000 movements. It was performed only once, while members of the orchestra retired and were replaced by their children or grandchildren.
He composed music for grandiose instruments, such as the Concerto for Woodwinds and Waterfalls. In 789 GUE he was in a rehearsal for his Minuet for Violin and Volcano when he was killed, an effect of the Curse of Megaboz.