excerpt from 'Memories and Commentaries' pp. 117 (91 words)

excerpt from 'Memories and Commentaries' pp. 117 (91 words)

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Memories and Commentaries

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I heard a cimbalom for the first time in a Geneva café with Ansermet one evening in January 1915, and decided it could be used as a substitute for the guzla. The cimbalomist, a Mr Racz, kindly helped me find an instrument, which I purchased and kept with me troghout my Swiss and French years. I learned to play it, and to love it, and I composed Renard ‘on’ it (as I normally compose ‘on’ a piano), with two sticks in my hand, writing down as I composed.

I heard a cimbalom for the first time in a Geneva café with Ansermet one evening in January 1915, and decided it could be used as a substitute for the guzla. The cimbalomist, a Mr Racz, kindly helped me find an instrument, which I purchased and kept with me troghout my Swiss and French years. I learned to play it, and to love it, and I composed Renard ‘on’ it (as I normally compose ‘on’ a piano), with two sticks in my hand, writing down as I composed.

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