Classical Masterpieces for Bass by Josquin des Pres

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No one wonders why a lark flies, it is inconceivable without that power. In the same way Mendelssohn played the piano because it was his nature. This was absolutely the case in his improvisations, so poetical, artistic, and finished; and almost as much so in his execution of the music of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, or himself. Into those three masters he had grown, and they had become his spiritual property. The music of other composers he knew, but could not produce it as he did theirs. I do not think, for instance, that his execution of Chopin was at all to be compared to his execution of the masters just mentioned; he did not care particularly for it, though when alone he played everything good with interest.

15. , 46–47. 16. Friedrich, 98; Nipperdey, 44, 46, 419–20. 17. Kaschuba, 408. 18. , 408–10. 19. Nipperdey, 164, 520–26. 20. , 119, 222. 21. Kaschuba, 409, 417–20. 22. Todd, 282. 23. Kaschuba, 419. 24. Nipperdey, 164–66. 25. , 18–19 26. Landes, 156. 27. Nipperdey, 116. 28. Friedrich, 113. 29. , 111. 30. Nipperdey, 374–79. 31. , 478. 32. The present essay does not list family members and mostly not professional musicians. The list of Mendelssohn relatives is long and includes a remarkable population—as Felix Gilbert titled his book about the family, Bankiers, Künstler, und Gelehrte—well representing the elite audience.

18. , 408–10. 19. Nipperdey, 164, 520–26. 20. , 119, 222. 21. Kaschuba, 409, 417–20. 22. Todd, 282. 23. Kaschuba, 419. 24. Nipperdey, 164–66. 25. , 18–19 26. Landes, 156. 27. Nipperdey, 116. 28. Friedrich, 113. 29. , 111. 30. Nipperdey, 374–79. 31. , 478. 32. The present essay does not list family members and mostly not professional musicians. The list of Mendelssohn relatives is long and includes a remarkable population—as Felix Gilbert titled his book about the family, Bankiers, Künstler, und Gelehrte—well representing the elite audience.

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