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Autograph letter signed, dated : [Weimar Nov. 2 1853, to Joseph Joachim], 1853 Nov. 2.

Author: Franz Liszt; Joseph Joachim; Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Saying that Wagner stayed in Paris three or four days after Liszt, mentioning Meyerbeer's new opera, L'etoile du nord, the "Piano-Liszt," which has three keyboards, plus a two-octave pedal keyboard, adding that Berlioz has heard it and is satisfied, saying that it will be in Weimar in a month, reporting that in Paris he and Wagner heard two of Beethoven's last quartets, played by Maurin, Chevillard, et al.,  Read more...
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Named Person: Richard Wagner; Ludwig van Beethoven; Giacomo Meyerbeer; Hector Berlioz; Jean-Pierre Maurin; Pierre Alexander François Chevillard; Adolphe Sax; Gioachino Rossini; Joseph Tichatschek; Johanna Wagner; Heinrich Dorn; Karl Klindworth; Richard Pohl; Robert Schumann; Johannes Brahms
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Franz Liszt; Joseph Joachim; Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)
OCLC Number: 270668053
Description: 1 item (7 p.) ; (8vo)

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Saying that Wagner stayed in Paris three or four days after Liszt, mentioning Meyerbeer's new opera, L'etoile du nord, the "Piano-Liszt," which has three keyboards, plus a two-octave pedal keyboard, adding that Berlioz has heard it and is satisfied, saying that it will be in Weimar in a month, reporting that in Paris he and Wagner heard two of Beethoven's last quartets, played by Maurin, Chevillard, et al., mentioning Sax and his large family of instruments, Der fliegende Holländer, [Rossini's] Guillaume Tell, Tannhäuser, Lohengrin (with Tichatschek and Johanna Wagner), the Nibelungen of Dorn, Klindworth, Pohl, Schumann, Bra[h]ms, etc.

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