excerpt from 'Themes and Conclusions' pp. 94 (77 words)

excerpt from 'Themes and Conclusions' pp. 94 (77 words)

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Themes and Conclusions

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And performance can make the hundred percent difference between non-sense and comprehension, as it cannot do with a popular classic. Even in the case of so simple and accessible a piece as my own Symphonies of Wind Instruments, I ought not to have blamed the listeners who took it for an ugly duckling as its London debut (though I have launched an unsuitable metaphor; the work is no swan even when perfectly played): it was unintelligibly performed.

And performance can make the hundred percent difference between non-sense and comprehension, as it cannot do with a popular classic. Even in the case of so simple and accessible a piece as my own Symphonies of Wind Instruments, I ought not to have blamed the listeners who took it for an ugly duckling as its London debut (though I have launched an unsuitable metaphor; the work is no swan even when perfectly played): it was unintelligibly performed.

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