Autograph letter signed, dated : [n.p., Paris?] July 7 1921, to Bocquel, 1921 July 7.


Autograph letter signed, dated : [n.p., Paris?] July 7 1921, to Bocquel, 1921 July 7.

Expressing regret that he cannot participate in the rehearsals of Ascanio, complaining of a pain in his thumb, saying that the concert in Dieppe will be absolutely the last one "de mon interminable carrière de pianiste," mentioning his Septet, Psyché, Widor, Philipp's young pupils, Ritter-Ciampi , etc.

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