Originally published by: The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society

As I listened the piece became more and more impressive and effective. Volume layers and very effective dynamic contrasts as well as the inclusion of an old Gypsy violin quote from Vittorio Monti’s “Csárdás” give life and illustration to the work: “The playing grew fantastic, delirious, and hysterical, yet kept to the last the qualities of supreme genius which I knew this strange old man possessed.

– Review by Reber Clark

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