excerpt from 'Sergey Prokofiev diaries: 19 June 1911' pp. 207 (152 words)

excerpt from 'Sergey Prokofiev diaries: 19 June 1911' pp. 207 (152 words)

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Sergey Prokofiev diaries: 19 June 1911

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In the middle of April Wahrlich's assistant, Belling, came bearing a request to get him both the score and parts of Dreams. I was not at home, so he left a note in which he stated that the first rehearsal would take place tomorrow, and the performance a week later. I was very proud. Myaskovsky came with me to the first rehearsal, and for the first time - during the performance in the Conservatoire I had not been able to hear anything - I heard my Dreams. And what pleasure it was, after the Conservatoire, to hear a good orchestra capable of playing everything properly. The only cause for criticism was that the tempi were not exactly right; also nothing could be done about the horrible acoustic of the Court Orchestra's hall. 'But the music is good,' I said in all sincerity to Myaskovsky, as we listened to Dreams. He agreed.

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