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Finally I was able to work the Third Movement of my Second Symphony into �Sibelius.� It is a Scherzo in the classical sense, but with a section of a Mexican folkloric character interspersed, which is not too obvious, because the harmonization camouflages it a little bit. A problem are measures 97-142 and their corresponding repetition, 341-392, where I do not know which composer crept into my unconscious, but it seems not to have grown on my own dunghill. If I showed it to Johannes Brahms, he would say that �it sounds like a walk through a landscape � a very well known landscape,� he would add sarcastically. My wife thinks it is from Tchaikovsky�s Nutcracker Suite. At that time, 1968, I was still a fan of Tchaikovsky, and we had several records of his works at home, among them, also the Nutcracker Suite. Maybe, I will have to excise these parts and substitute them by something else, as not to be accused of plagiarism.
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