In the Courts of Memory, 1858-1875: From Contemporary Letters

In the Courts of Memory, 1858-1875: From Contemporary Letters

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In the Courts of Memory, 1858-1875: From Contemporary Letters

In the Courts of Memory, 1858-1875: From Contemporary Letters

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These letters, written by me in my younger days to a dear and indulgent mother and aunt, were returned to me after their death. In writing them I allowed myself to go into the smallest details, even the most insignificant ones, as I was sure that they would be welcome and appreciated by those to whom they were addressed. They were certainly not intended to be made public.

If I have decided, after much hesitation, to publish these letters, it is because many of my friends, having read them, have urged me to do so, thinking that they might be of interest, inasmuch as they refer to some important events of the past, and especially to people of the musical world whose names and renown are not yet forgotten.

LILLIE DE HEGERMANN-LINDENCRONE.

BERLIN, July, 1912.

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