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Project Gutenberg text 11419 The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2 by Rupert Hughes, dated 1903. Originally published by L. C. Page & Company, Boston, 1904. Painting by Georg Papperitz (1846-1918)

shows Franz von Lenbach, Siegfried Wagner, Cosima Wagner, Mrs Materna, Richard Wagner, Hermann Levi, Hans Richter, Franz Liszt (at the piano) and others; painting of Ludwig II of Bavaria hanging at the wall

Gemälde von Georg Papperitz (1846-1918)

zeigt im Saal der Villa Wahnfried Franz von Lenbach, Siegfried Wagner, Cosima Wagner, Frau Materna, Richard Wagner, Hermann Levi, Hans Richter, Franz Liszt (am Klavier) u.a.; Gemälde von Ludwig II. (Bayern) an der Wand


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