cide with the canon on the same text published in the Collected Edition. One learns from the catalogue of the Bodmer Collection (44) that it is a question of "approximately finished sketches." Therefore these can be accepted only with reservations for our "stocktaking" and must therefore be put aside for the moment.
Other canonic sketches and a questionable notation The following indications will indemnify the canon votary for the loss of so many presumable canons.
The beginning of a letter to Haslinger from 1826 (?) (46, No. 99) can be imitated at the unison at the distance of one bar.
The motifs given in a letter to Hauschka in 1818 (40, IV, p. 99) also permit canonic imitation, the one (which Beethoven follows immediately with the comes and to which
he later adds a counterpoint) at the unison at the distance
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Publication information: Book title: Beethoven Studies. Contributors: Ludwig Misch - Author. Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press. Place of publication: Norman, OK. Publication year: 1953. Page number: 118.
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