excerpt from 'Musings & memories of a musician' pp. 84 (102 words)

excerpt from 'Musings & memories of a musician' pp. 84 (102 words)

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Musings & memories of a musician

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The end of that month of February found Brahms and me together in Coblentz on the Rhine, where we were the soloists at one of the regular Symphony Concerts conducted by Maszkowski, a young and enthusiastic musician, a Pole, who afterwards succeeded Bernhard Scholz as conductor of the Orchester Verein in my native Breslau. On the day before the concert there was, as usual (people seemed to have time then), the final full rehearsal — " Generalprobe " — to which in most places in Germany the public are admitted. Brahms had played Schumann's Concerto in A Minor and missed a good many notes.

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