breathe your last love

breathe your last


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  • He asks him to decide whether he wishes to become “a commonplace artist whom the world will forget, or a celebrated capellmeister of whom posterity will read years after in books, ” whether, infatuated with a pretty face you one day breathe your last on a straw sack, your wife and children in a state of starvation, or, after a well-spent Christian life, you die in honour and independence and your family well provided for ....

    The Love Affairs of Great Musicians


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