Countess of Hardwicke in Lancashire - October, 1857

from Letter from Susan Liddell Yorke, Countess of Hardwicke, to Georgina Bloomfield, 24 Oct. 1857, pages 397-398:

I should not like to live in Lancashire, excepting for the musical talent which exists to a greater degree than in any other county. The Church service was performed in two different parishes better than you would hear it in many Cathedrals, and one night we had a concert at Heaton, led by Lady Wilton Cattie and Sim Egerton, which really did the greatest credit to them and their pupils. There has long been a large colony of Germans at Manchester, so I presume they have infused a taste for music, which is very marked in that town and country.
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Countess of Hardwicke, Letter from Susan Liddell Yorke, Countess of Hardwicke, to Georgina Bloomfield, 24 Oct. 1857. In Georgina Liddell Bloomfield (ed.), Extracts of letters from Maria, Marchioness of Normanby: the Hon. Frances Jane Liddell, [1799-1823]: the Hon. Anne Elizabeth Liddell, L:ady Williamson [1801-1878]: Jane Elizabeth Liddell Keppel, Viscountess Barrington [1804-1883]: the Hon. Elizabeth Charlotte Liddell Villiers [1807-1890]: Susan [Liddell Yorke], Countess of Hardwicke [1810-1886]: the Hon. Charlotte Amelia Liddell Trotter [1819-1883] (Hertfordshire, 1892), p. 397-398. http://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1393523549252 accessed: 20 September, 2017

location of experience: Lancashire

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Date/Time October, 1857
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, in public

Originally submitted by hgb3 on Thu, 27 Feb 2014 17:52:29 +0000