excerpt from 'Themes and Conclusions' pp. 226 (73 words)

excerpt from 'Themes and Conclusions' pp. 226 (73 words)

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Themes and Conclusions

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Furtwängler, when I played my Piano Concerto under his direction in Leipzig and in Berlin, was at the height of his reputation (as ‘the last of the great tradition’, though old-timers contended that he was the first of the small). He conducted it wretchedly, even worse than Kussevitsky at the première, which surprised me because other musicians of his and still older generations had guided the orchestra without difficulty.

Furtwängler, when I played my Piano Concerto under his direction in Leipzig and in Berlin, was at the height of his reputation (as ‘the last of the great tradition’, though old-timers contended that he was the first of the small). He conducted it wretchedly, even worse than Kussevitsky at the première, which surprised me because other musicians of his and still older generations had guided the orchestra without difficulty.

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