Thomas Ryan in Manchester - in the beginning of the 1800's
from Recollections of an old musician, page 66:
Perhaps the most important visit made by any orchestral society was that of Jullien, in 1853, who brought with him from forty-five to fifty men.
Jullien was a versatile genius, and in all respects a very remarkable man. His ability as a soloist on many instruments was extraordinary. I remember hearing him, when I was a boy, in Manchester, England, perform solos on the violin, piccolo, althorn, French horn, comet, and trombone,—one instrument after the other,—displaying virtuosity on each.
Thomas Ryan, Recollections of an old musician (New York City, 1899), p. 66. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1450196865042 accessed: 20 June, 2021
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|performance of 'Unknown music'||performed by Jullien|
|Date/Time||in the beginning of the 1800's|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in public|