Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Berlin, 5 and 10 April 1905, to the same unidentified recipient, 1905 Apr. 5.

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Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949. Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Berlin, 5 and 10 April 1905, to the same unidentified recipient, 1905 Apr. 5.

Autograph letters signed (2), dated : Berlin, 5 and 10 April 1905, to the same unidentified recipient, 1905 Apr. 5.

Concerning arrangements for the Graz music festival, saying [on 5 April] that as for the vocal soloists he is awaiting news from [Gustav] Mahler, that his Heldenleben must be removed from the program, mentioning Kienzl, Bruckner's Te Deum and F-minor Mass, Rösch, Dr. Marsop, Buck, the baritone Dressler, Amalie Löwe, Wolf, Reger, Peters, Schmid-Lindner, Mojsisowics, Püringer, [Josef?] Reiter, Naumann, Liszt, etc.; and reporting [on 10 April] that the board [of the Allgemeiner Deutscher Musikverein] is extremely annoyed at the frivolous manner in which the dishonest governing board of musicians of Graz has handled the planning of the festival, explaining in detail the changes to be made in the programs, saying that such amateurism as an opera performance with hidden orchestra--a nice satirical drama on the high ideals of "des grossen Bayreuthers" [i.e. Wagner]--will not be allowed by an organization [the Allgemeiner Deutscher Musikverein] that bears Liszt's name as founder, mentioning Bach, Beethoven, Berlioz, Oscar Noë, Hausegger, Willy Hess, [Julius] Weismann's Fingerhütchen, [Max von] Schillings's [Dem] Verklärten, Taubmann, Otto Lessmann, etc.

2 items (14 p.) ; (8vo)

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