excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 93-94 (86 words)

excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 93-94 (86 words)

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Béla Bartók Letters

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Isn’t it a wonderful experience to conduct an orchestra which responds exactly to what one wants! / The effect on the audience was much the same as that of the waltz in Budapest. Two camps; hisses on the one side, a storm of enthusiastic applause on the other, and I had 5 curtain calls. Oskar Fried was there, too, and he says he would like to perform the entire Suite. We’re going to talk about it today. / The orchestra is splendid; everything sounded wonderful.

 

Isn’t it a wonderful experience to conduct an orchestra which responds exactly to what one wants! / The effect on the audience was much the same as that of the waltz in Budapest. Two camps; hisses on the one side, a storm of enthusiastic applause on the other, and I had 5 curtain calls. Oskar Fried was there, too, and he says he would like to perform the entire Suite. We’re going to talk about it today. / The orchestra is splendid; everything sounded wonderful.

 

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