FALLA MANUEL DE (1876-1946)

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FALLA MANUEL DE (1876-1946)

L.A.S. "Manuel", Malaga 22 June 1924, to the singer Magdeleine GRESLÉ, in Paris; 1 page and a half oblong in-8 on both sides of an illustrated postcard (Malaga. Sacando el copo), envelope.

He was very moved when he received the note from his friend. "I am in Malaga for a few days to take care of myself and to be able to work with the necessary calm, which is very difficult in Granada during the holidays, but I will be back by the end of the month. - I am much better, and this time it seems to me that, thank God, the danger of dizziness, which I suffered so much from in Paris last year, is far away. - I am thinking of the joy of seeing you again next winter in Paris, and perhaps even in Spain"...

Tomorrow I will go and see my doctor about this so that I can do the work with a clear conscience"... Tuesday 9 [April]. Having learned of her return to Paris from Paul Milliet, he asked her to indicate "the day and hour when I shall have the pleasure of greeting you and letting you hear the measures added to the last scene of my play" ... May 27. Mrs. Stern has just informed him that the Prince will be leaving in a few days: "Consequently, we should try to have him hear La Vie brève as soon as possible. Contrary to what I thought, Mrs. Stern will only speak to him when the audition takes place... What should we do? "... March 30, 1913. "Will I have the great pleasure of seeing you tomorrow at the rehearsal of my play ... or at the dress rehearsal at the Fête du Figaro, Tuesday morning, April 1st? For this 2nd day you would be very kind to indicate the places you would like to have. I don't know Monsieur Lalo's address. Would you be so kind as to let me know so I can send him some tickets as well. I would be very happy to see him on those days ...
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