Ignaz Moscheles in Paris - in the middle of 1860

from Recent Music and Musicians, page 399:

Herz has given my E flat Concerto to the pupils to study, but alas! in what a broken, fragmentary fashion. Auber, the director, does not allow more than four or five minutes to each pupil for his playing at the 'Concours'; eight bars, therefore, are taken from the 'tutti' and the half of the first solo jumbled together with the second half of the third. How is it possible to test by such a process the capabilities of the performer?

cite as

Ignaz Moscheles, and Charlotte Moscheles (ed.), Recent Music and Musicians (New York, 1879), p. 399. http://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1432546852411 accessed: 25 November, 2017

location of experience: Paris

Listeners

Ignaz Moscheles
Conducting, Musician, Head of Leigzig Conservertoir, Composer […]
1794-1870

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Moscheles' E flat Concerto
written by Ignaz Moscheles

Experience Information

Date/Time in the middle of 1860
Medium live
Listening Environment indoors, in private, in the company of others

Originally submitted by mallen on Mon, 25 May 2015 10:40:52 +0100