One thing only was deeply and generally deplored, that Spohr was prevented from being present at this triumph.
He invited Spohr to assume its direction and to write an oratorio for the occasion.
Everything that Spohr wrote for the piano is very difficult, and for many of his passages one cannot find any fingering at all.
Spohr cannot help betraying the violinist, nor Schubert the song-composer.
Spohr had been two years a widower when he became enamored of one of the daughters of Court Councilor Pfeiffer.
Spohr himself corrects this error at a subsequent part of his narrative.
She played some pretty little things from Mendelssohn, Spohr, and Schubert.
We need not refer again to Lafont and Lipinski, but will begin with Spohr.
It has been mentioned that Spohr met Paganini at Venice, in 1816.
So it was not until 1830 that Spohr heard Paganini at Cassel.