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Autograph letters (2, one incomplete), dated : Boulogne May 6 [1841], and [London May 19 1841] to [Marie d'Agoult], 1841 May 6 and 1841 May 19.

Author: Franz Liszt; Daniel Stern; Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : French
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Writing out [on 6 May], on two staves, measures 59-64 of Schubert's song "Die abgeblühte Linde" (D. 514, with a number of variants from the original), asking [Lambert] Massart to send the chorus from Schubert's Rosamunde (published by Richault), Meyerbeer's "Le moine," Beethoven's Pastorale and C-minor symphonies, mentioning "Adelaide," Breitkopf & Härtel, his Années de pèlerinage, an article by Heine, the  Read more...
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Named Person: Franz Schubert; Julius Benedict, Sir; Gio Battista Rubini; Giulia Grisi; Luigi Lablache; Richault.; Giacomo Meyerbeer; Ludwig van Beethoven; Heinrich Heine; Jean La Fontaine; L Massart; Rothschild.; Schomberg.; Ferdinand Denis; David.; Anna Caroline de La Grange; Julie Samoyloff, comtesse.; Buonomi.; Gustav Neipperg, Graf von.; Ricordi.; Varny, Mlle de.; Gioacchino Rossini; Henri Mondeux; Fanny Persiani
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Franz Liszt; Daniel Stern; Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)
OCLC Number: 270667473
Description: 2 items (7 p.) ; (12mo)

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Writing out [on 6 May], on two staves, measures 59-64 of Schubert's song "Die abgeblühte Linde" (D. 514, with a number of variants from the original), asking [Lambert] Massart to send the chorus from Schubert's Rosamunde (published by Richault), Meyerbeer's "Le moine," Beethoven's Pastorale and C-minor symphonies, mentioning "Adelaide," Breitkopf & Härtel, his Années de pèlerinage, an article by Heine, the fables of La Fontaine; and [on 19 May] expressing unhappiness with his life--"mes affaires ne marchent point"--, mentioning Benedict's concert the night before with Rubini, Grisi, and Lablache, saying it augers well for his own concert on 5 June, expressing a desire to spend time with her, but not in London--"ce pays-ci me fait la plus déplaisante impression"--, enclosing [not present] tickets for Rothschild and a word for Schomberg, saying that it has been proposed that [Fanny Tacchinardi-]Persiani, Rubini, and Liszt make a tour of the Rhine and Belgium--"L'association serait honorable"--, mentioning Ferdinand Denis, David, Mlle Lagrange, Samoyloff, Buonomi, Neipperg, Ricordi, Mlle de Varny, Rossini, Mondeux, etc.; the paragraph concerning Persiani, Rubini, and the proposed tour is lacking.

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