Lowell Mason in Conservatorium der Musik, Munich - late May, 1852
from Musical letters from Abroad, page 134:
Some of the pupils manifested much talent, especially a young girl, not more than fifteen or sixteen, who sang with an openness of voice, and fulness and purity of tone, charming in the hearing, and pleasant in the remembrance. A voice of such perfection is of more value than gold; and (although there may be exceptions) indicates a good disposition. Happy are they in whom both are united.
Lowell Mason, Musical letters from Abroad. In Musical Letters from Abroad (New York, 1854), p. 134. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1448358806100 accessed: 8 August, 2022
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|Date/Time||late May, 1852|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in private, indoors|