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Volume X, Number 4 | fall 2017

Miscellany

Paul Wittgenstein, brother of Ludwig, lost his right arm in combat during the First World War. Wishing to continue playing the piano, he commissioned one-handed works from esteemed composers, including Benjamin Britten, Sergey Prokofiev, and Maurice Ravel, insisting, for some, on having exclusive lifetime performance rights.

Music sweeps by me as a messenger / Carrying a message that is not for me.

—George Eliot, 1868

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