It was there that Haydn met him, and wrote to Dussek's father in high terms of his son's talents and good qualities.
Dussek was fond of ease and pleasure, and never developed his powers to the full.
Then Dussek entered and made away with the lot, leaving but the bones!
Those of Clementi and Dussek seem destined to perennial life.
My loved Rosa, also won general admiration by her execution of an aria, in which she was accompained by Dussek on the piano.
It is altogether likely that Beethoven was influenced by Dussek's playing, in the direction of tone-color.
The third, in C, is still different from the other two, and was fashioned apparently after some composition of Clementi or Dussek.
He is a nephew and pupil of Dussek, and played two concertos of that master in his manner.
My play met with the most enthusiastic applause, and Dussek in particular, seemed delighted with it.
Dussek was a famous eater, and it is said that his ruling passion eventually killed him.