Sunday, February 26, 2006


I cling to the idea that any serious study of a body of knowledge will yield some secret, even if it is not the original enlightenment that was sought.
I have attempted the study of composition in all aspects of old and fashionable harmony and have come to the conclusion that there is no recipe for perfection in this. That is my revelation, Herr Hofmann, and the secret that I cannot keep.
Since you know I have the perfectionist's capacity for worry, I will put down my quill for today and consider the Baron Sonnenburg's proposal. N.


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