„I have one of his symphonies, which I keep in remembrance of one of the greatest geniuses that I have met. I have only this one work, but I know that he also wrote other excellent things.“

Ich besitze von ihm eine seiner Sinfonien, die ich zur Erinnerung an eines der größten Genies, die ich gekannt habe, aufbewahre. Ich habe von ihm nur dieses einzige Werk, weiß aber, dass er noch anderes Vortreffliches geschrieben hat.

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Ich besitze von ihm eine seiner Sinfonien, die ich zur Erinnerung an eines der größten Genies, die ich gekannt habe, aufbewahre. Ich habe von ihm nur dieses einzige Werk, weiß aber, dass er noch anderes Vortreffliches geschrieben hat.

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