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" To see Thomas lead ... is music itself ! His baton is alive, full of grace, of symmetry ; he maketh no gestures, he readeth his score almost without looking at it, he seeth everybody, heareth everything, warneth every man, encourageth every instrument,... "
Theodore Thomas, a musical autobiography - Page 220
by Theodore Thomas - 1905
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Letters of Sidney Lanier: Selections from His Correspondence, 1866-1881 ...

Sidney Lanier - American letters - 1899 - 245 pages
...the noise was too greatly in favor of the latter. To see Thomas lead ... is music itself ! His b&ton is alive, full of grace, of symmetry ; he maketh no...faintest spark of affectation, not the minutest grain of effectvs, in him. He taketh the orchestra in his hand as if it were a pen, and writeth with it....
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Sidney Lanier

Edwin Mims - Poets, American - 1905 - 386 pages
...description of Theodore Thomas as the leader of an orchestra has not been written than Lanier's : " To see Thomas lead ... is music itself ! His baton...man, encourageth every instrument, quietly, firmly, marvelously. Not the slightest shade of nonsense, not the faintest spark of affectation, not the minutest...
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Sidney Lanier

Edwin Mims - American poetry - 1905 - 386 pages
...description of Theodore Thomas as the leader of an orchestra has not been written than Lanier's : " To see Thomas lead ... is music itself ! His baton...everybody, heareth everything, warneth every man, encourage th every instrument, quietly, firmly, marvelously. Not the slightest shade of nonsense, not...
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