excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 41 (91 words)

excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 41 (91 words)

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Béla Bartók Letters

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I am still under the spell of Parsifal as I write these lines. A very interesting work, though it did not make such a tremendous impression on me as Tristan. Anyone possessed of the slightest religious sentiment must be moved by the plot. I feel disturbed by that continual praying on the stage. Contrary to my expectations, I found many innovations in the music. It is amazing that a man of 70 could write anything so fresh as the flower-maidens’ love-song in the 2nd act – and this without being repetitious.

 

I am still under the spell of Parsifal as I write these lines. A very interesting work, though it did not make such a tremendous impression on me as Tristan. Anyone possessed of the slightest religious sentiment must be moved by the plot. I feel disturbed by that continual praying on the stage. Contrary to my expectations, I found many innovations in the music. It is amazing that a man of 70 could write anything so fresh as the flower-maidens’ love-song in the 2nd act – and this without being repetitious.

 

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excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 41 (91 words)

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