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" The maestro takes his placa at the piano ; the theatre overflows ; people have flocked from ten leagues distance ; the curious form an encampment around the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are filled to excess, where insolence reigns at its height.... "
Memoirs of Rossini, by the author of The lives of Haydn and Mozart - Page 74
by Marie Henri Beyle, Gioacchino Antonio Rossini - 1824
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 54

England - 1843
...distance ; the curious form an encampment round the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are rilled to excess, where insolence reigns at its height. All...the aspect of a desert. All the passions, all the solicitndes, all the life, of a whole population, is concentrated at the theatre. The overture commences...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1834
...an opportunity offers. At length the most important of evenings arrives. The maestro takes his placa at the piano ; the theatre overflows ; people have...the aspect of a desert. All the passions — all the solicitudes — all the life of a whole population is concentrated in the theatre. The overture commences...
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The Harmonicon, Volume 1

Music - 1823
...curious form an encampment around the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are filled to excens, where insolence reigns at its height. All occupations...performance, the town has the aspect of a desert. AH the passions, all the solicitudes, all the life of a whole population is concentrated in the theatre....
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1824
...to our little Italian town, which we left in the anxiety, or rather in the agitation, that precedes the day of the first representation of an opera. —...the aspect of a desert. All the passions, all the solicitudes, all the life of a whole population is concentrated in the theatre. ' The overture commences;...
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Sommerset house gazette, and literary museum; or: Weekly ..., Volume 1

Art - 1824
...to our little Itulian town, which we left in the anxiety, or rather in the agitation, that precedes the day of the first representation of an opera At...All occupations have ceased ; at the moment of the per(ornmoce, the town has the aspect of a desert : all the passions, all the solicitudes, all the li/e...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 40

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1834
...opportunity offers. At length the most important of evenings arrives. The mae»lro takes his plac« at the piano ; the theatre overflows ; people have...the aspect of a desert. All the passions — all the solicitudes — all the life of a whole population is concentrated in the theatre. The overture commences...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 54

England - 1843
...distance; the curious form an encampment round the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are rilled to excess, where insolence reigns at its height. All...the aspect of a desert. All the passions, all the solicitudes, all the life, of a whole population, is concentrated at the theatre. The overture commences...
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Musical composers and their works, by Sarah Tytler

1875
...theatre overflows ; people have flocked from ten leagues distances. The curious form an encampment round the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are filled...the aspect of a desert. All the passions, all the solicitudes, all * " Biographical Dictionary of Musicians." MODE OF COMPOSITION. »6; the life of a...
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Musical Composers and Their Works: For the Use of Schools and Students in Music

Sarah Tytler - Composers - 1875 - 428 pages
...theatre overflows ; people have flocked from ten leagues distances. The curious form an encampment round the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are filled to excess, whore insolence reigns at its height. All occupations have ceased ; at the moment of the performance...
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Musical Composers and Their Works: For the Use of Schools and Students in Music

Sarah Tytler - Composers - 1887 - 428 pages
...theatre overflows ; people have flocked from ten leagues distances. The curious form an encampment round the theatre in their calashes ; all the inns are filled...the aspect of a desert. All the passions, all the solicitudes, all * " Biographical Dictionary of Musicians," the life of a whole population, is concentrated...
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