excerpt from 'Arnold Schoenberg Letters' pp. 211-212 (83 words)

excerpt from 'Arnold Schoenberg Letters' pp. 211-212 (83 words)

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Arnold Schoenberg Letters

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It is a great pleasure to me to thank you for your great achievement: to play my Violin Concerto in such a perfect and convincing manner so shortly after it has been written and so shortly after it has been called unplayable. You must know yourself that you have achieved something which must be called ‘a historical fact’, whether my music will survive or not. Because these difficulties will survive in any case and you will be called their first conqueror.

 It is a great pleasure to me to thank you for your great achievement: to play my Violin Concerto in such a perfect and convincing manner so shortly after it has been written and so shortly after it has been called unplayable. You must know yourself that you have achieved something which must be called ‘a historical fact’, whether my music will survive or not. Because these difficulties will survive in any case and you will be called their first conqueror.

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