excerpt from 'Bone of Contention: Life Story and Confessions' pp. 60 (114 words)

excerpt from 'Bone of Contention: Life Story and Confessions' pp. 60 (114 words)

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Bone of Contention: Life Story and Confessions

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[Mr. Lüthy] had in his house, in addition to a grand piano, one of those better-class American organs on which for his entertainment I would treat him to choral-sounding and mock fugal improvisations.  On the piano, when my small stock of Bach pieces was exhausted, I would improvise à la Bach or Handel and humbug him into believing that he was listening to the genuine article.  After all, I argued, what does it matter if I do hoax him a bit, nobody is harmed by it?  The only thing that in consequence I was not quite easy about was the fact that he credited me with possessing a huge repertoire and a phenomenal memory!

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