Conjectures were made as to who the author might be; Mendelssohn's name was publicly mentioned.
Duquesnel had the happy idea of putting Athalie on again, with Mendelssohn's choruses.
Mendelssohn himself had been inspired by him—the great brother-Jew with whom he might now hope some day to talk face to face.
People who pin their faith to Mendelssohn might be a little over-powered.
Whether, then, Weishaupt was directly inspired by Mendelssohn or any other Jew must remain for the present an open question.
"Perhaps I have been more fortunate than most artists," said Mendelssohn softly.
Mendelssohn uses it with powerful effect in his Reformation symphony.
Again, but with acuter anxiety, he awaited Mendelssohn's reply.
It is the first time that I have heard a note of Mendelssohn's music since his death.
Yes, he was a dreamer and a fool, and Mendelssohn was a sage, indeed.