Jozef Boruwslaski in Ballinasloe - late 18th Century
from Memoirs of Count Boruwslaski, pages 258-60:
[...] I heard a particular voice of a man in the street. I looked out at the window, and saw a crowd of people at my door, and, in the middle, a man with a book in his hand. At first, it appeared to me a comical business; but, at last, I was astonished to see, that in a civilized country they should allow such cruelty, as to make game of a poor unfortunate creature, whom I took for a lunatic; and, if Mr. Crump had not acquainted me with the contrary, I should have remained in the same idea. He told me the man was a methodist [...] I did not wait for the conclusion of his chapter, but … more >>
Jozef Boruwslaski, Memoirs of Count Boruwslaski (1820), p. 258-60. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1447060703303 accessed: 21 September, 2021
Listening tohide composers
|Date/Time||late 18th Century|
|Listening Environment||outdoors, in public, solitary|
Jozef Boruwslaski accidentally interrupts methodists singing a hymn.