Intimate Letters (Listy důvěrné). Sub-title of Janáček's Str. Qt. No.2, comp. in 22 days 1928; so called because it is autobiographical in content, the letters concerned being those he wrote to Kamila Stoesslová between 1917 and 1928 (he wanted to call it ‘Love Letters’). F.p. Brno 1928; f.p. in England 1936 (broadcast).
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