Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 65

  Night of 13th-14th January 1942 The composer Bruckner—Brahms at his height—Wagner and Goring—Great architects—Talent must be encouraged.   After a hearing of Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony: This work is based on popular airs of upper Austria. They’re not textually reproduced, but repeatedly I recognise in passing Tyrolean dances of my youth. It’s wonderful what he…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 135

  30th May 1942, midday The rôle of Vienna—Death of Mozart—Artists should be supported before they die!   It should be the task of any reasonable culture policy to discover talent early, to encourage and foster it, and so give it the opportunity of reaching its highest fruition for the benefit of both the present…

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A manifestation of an inner degenerated state

“Tell me which music you like and I’ll tell you who you are” Yesterday at the comments section of Counter-Currents about music (here)— Iranian for Aryans said referring to the CC article: Allow me to dissent. Though the general tenor (ha ha!) of the piece (ha ha!) is salubrious, it shows a ignorance towards European…

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