Parergon (Gr., ‘supplementary work’). Term used by R. Strauss in title of his Parergon zur Symphonia Domestica, Op.73, for pf. (L.H.) and orch., 1925, comp. for Paul Wittgenstein and using theme from earlier Symphonia Domestica.
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