in London - 9 March, 1780

from Letter from Charles Burney to Thomas Twining, 10 March 1780, page 296:

Here's another week gone, & it is in vain I find now to wait any longer for leisure to write more. Every day increases my hurry, & narrows my meals & repose by new & unexpected engagements. Last night I had 3 patients to visit ere I could get to Pachierotti's Benefit, in spite of all my arrangements & diligence. - However between 8 & 9 I had the great satisfaction to find the house well filled, & to hear him more applauded in Sacchini's Se cerca, se dice - set formerly for Millico - & Paessiello's divine Rondo, Ti seguiro fidele than ever he, or almost any performer I ever heard, was before. …   more >>
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Letter from Charles Burney to Thomas Twining, 10 March 1780. In Charles Burney, and Alvaro Ribeiro (ed.), The letters of Dr Charles Burney, volume 1 (Oxford, 1991), p. 296. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1412178618610 accessed: 21 January, 2022

location of experience: London

Listening to

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Se cerca, se dice
written by Antonio Sacchini
performed by Gaspare Pacchierotti
Ti seguiro fidele
written by Paesiello
performed by Gaspare Pacchierotti

Experience Information

Date/Time 9 March, 1780
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others

Originally submitted by Charlotte on Wed, 01 Oct 2014 16:50:18 +0100