excerpt from 'Selected correspondence 1915-1963 / Francis Poulenc' pp. 140 (83 words)

excerpt from 'Selected correspondence 1915-1963 / Francis Poulenc' pp. 140 (83 words)

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Selected correspondence 1915-1963 / Francis Poulenc

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That you have turned to music again fills me with joy. Yes, the andante of the Jupiter is the height of unbelievable perfection. It has everything: line, freshness, grandeur, and what orchestration!!! Try to follow the score so as to savour the writing for woodwind. After hearing that, one wonders why one bothers to compose at all. I have become so hard on myself that there are days when, had I total faith, I would close my piano and retire to a monastery. 

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