excerpt from 'Music-Study in Germany: The Classic Memoir of the Romantic Era' pp. 314 (134 words)

excerpt from 'Music-Study in Germany: The Classic Memoir of the Romantic Era' pp. 314 (134 words)

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Music-Study in Germany: The Classic Memoir of the Romantic Era

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The other day Deppe told me he wanted me to come and hear Fräulein Steiniger take her lesson, as she had some interesting pieces to play. I found her already there when I arrived. Deppe was in an uncommonly good humour, and kept making little jokes. She played a string of things, and finally ended off with Liszt's arrangement of the Spinning Song from Wagner's Flying Dutchman. Deppe is dreadfully fussy about this piece, and made some such subtle and telling points regarding the conception of the composition, that they were worthy of Liszt himself. I mean to learn it, and when I come home I will play it to you as Deppe taught it to Steiniger, and you will see how fascinating it is. I know you'll be carried away with it.

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