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Dwight's Journal of Music (Classic Reprint)
by:John Sullivan Dwight
Chopin immensely difficult and some smaller pieces. It is said that she received a medal from the Conservatoire in Paris, for reading music. The concert, the tickets to which were mostly disposed of by the wealthy and fashionable patrons of the young sisters, is said to have been poorly attended, to a lamentable degree. tP hiladelphia, Makcii 28. A visit...
Chopin immensely difficult and some smaller pieces. It is said that she received a medal from the Conservatoire in Paris, for reading music. The concert, the tickets to which were mostly disposed of by the wealthy and fashionable patrons of the young sisters, is said to have been poorly attended, to a lamentable degree. tP hiladelphia, Makcii 28. A visit to the new Opera House is one of the mosi unmistakeuble duties of every stranger at present visiting the Quaker City. On every side be will hear its praise resounding, and the interest taken in it by all classes of citizens is really astonishing. They are quite convinced that there never was such another opera house in the world that atM ilan may be somewhat larger, but it is otherwise far inferior; and as to that at New York its a pigeon-house beside their own. This very gratifying self-satisfaction is impregnable to all attempts at argument. It is true, many of them have never seen theN ew York Opera House, or indeed any other ;but at the same time they are perfectly convinced, that in Philadelphia must of necessity be the largest and best in this hemisphere, if not in the world. Why, they cannot exactly tell, excepting from the simple fact of its location it is in Philadelphia, and must therefore surpass any of its species, located in less favorable quarters of the globe. And it is indeed a house to be proud of. Though lacking in the gorgeous decorations that add such a splendor to our Opera House inN ew York, and about one-third smaller in size, it yet appears to me to be the most complete and perfect I have ever seen. I would like to give you some idea of the architectural elegance of the proscenium, the comfortable arrangements of the seats, the great conveniences of egress, the magnificent effect of the princely stair-ways, c.; but no mere word-description and collocation of figures would give a corre(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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