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« on: February 23, 2014, 10:50:17 pm »

At an impressionable age, I read and reread and again reread Busoni's "Sketch of a New Aesthetic in Music," then published by Dover. It has been one of the shaping forces for my musical judgments ever since. I find Busoni's work more penetrating than the volume on musical aesthetics published under Stravinsky's name around 1940 (forgetting who Craft says actually wrote it).
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