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Madame Ristori. Chorley Affichage du livre entier - Among its greatest and most lasting charms is its reverent and serious spirit. Page - XXVI. Page - Halifax, the hero of this most beautiful story, is no ordinary hero, and this his history ie no ordinary book. It is a full-length portrait of a true gentleman, one of nature's own nobility.
Thirty years' musical recollections
It is also the history of a home, and a thoroughly English one. The work abounds in incident, and is full of graphic power and true pathos.
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Her figure was superb, though full, and she rejoiced in its display. Page 32 - He would walk through the third of an opera languidly," he says, "giving the notes correctly and little more—in a duet blending his voice intimately with that of his partner in this he was unsurpassed ; but when his own moment arrived there was no longer coldness or hesitation, but a passion, a Page The scenes of Alice, thoroughly well given and perfectly suited to the powers of their giver, were waited for, listened to in breathless silence, and received with applause which was neither encouragement, Page 67 - Few things have been seen more fearful than the cold and measured grace of Mdlle.
Fanny Elssler in this juncture, than the manner in which every step was watched, every gesture allowed its right time, so that neither flurry nor flattery might be detected, than the set smile, the vigilant ear, the quivering lips controlling itself. It was by representations such as these that Fanny Elssler gradually established a fame among the few as well as the many which could have been built up by no pirouettes Page - Among the audience, however, was another gifted woman, who might far more legitimately have been shocked at the utter wreck of every musical means of expression in the singer — who might have been more naturally forgiven, if some humour of self-glorification had made her severely just — not worse — to an old prima donna; — I mean, Madame Viardot.
Then, and not till then, she was hearing Madame Pasta. But Truth will always answer to the appeal of Truth.
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