The broad consensus among the “leaders of tomorrow” at St. Gallen with whom I spoke?
At seventeen he left Baden-Baden to go to St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Like most of the earlier monks of St. Gallen, he was a clever musician, equally skilful with the trumpet and the harp.
Kessler, who recounts the story of the Anabaptists of St. Gallen, notes the same great variety of opinions.
St. Gallen and its artists, however, must not be permitted to monopolise our attention too long.