excerpt from 'Arnold Schoenberg Letters' pp. 46 (67 words)

excerpt from 'Arnold Schoenberg Letters' pp. 46 (67 words)

part of

Arnold Schoenberg Letters

original language

urn:iso:std:iso:639:ed-3:eng

in pages

46

type

text excerpt

encoded value

In fact, Zemlinsky is certainly the best conductor alive. I once heard a wonderful ‘Parsifal’ from his baton and watched him rehearsing Tchaikovsky and ‘Tod und Verklärung’. It’s incredible what he can wring out of such by no means first-class stuff. It’s very sad that one can’t hear that sort of thing in the artistic capital!

appears in search results as

excerpt from 'Arnold Schoenberg Letters' pp. 46 (67 words)

1449489709356:

reported in source

1449489709356

documented in
Page data computed in 269 ms with 1,869,496 bytes allocated and 35 SPARQL queries executed.