Elizabeth Emma Cunliffe[-Offley] et al. in London, England - 1 June, 1819

from Diary of Thomas Moore, 1 June 1819, pages 318–319:

Dinner at Lord Crewe’s: company, Luttrell, Rogers, the Cunliffes, &c. […] I sung in the evening, and Mrs. Cunliffe sung a song of Lewis’s, “I am not mad, I am not mad,” without accompaniment. The energy with which she gives these songs is sometimes rather painful; but they have great effect. I have seen numbers in tears at her ballad, “It was a winter’s evening.”

cite as

Thomas Moore, Diary of Thomas Moore, 1 June 1819. In Lord John Russell and Lord John Russell (ed.), Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore, volume 2 (London, 1853), p. 318–319. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1594142674710 accessed: 19 October, 2021

location of experience: London, England

Listeners

Foster Cunliffe[-Offley]
Army officer, Politician
1782-1832
Henry Luttrell
Poet, Politician, wit
1768-1851
1st Baron Crewe
Politician
1742-1829
Samuel Rogers
Banker, Poet, Whig society host
1763-1855
Thomas Moore
Poet, Singer, song writer
1779-1852

Listening to

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unspecified songs performed by Thomas Moore
'I am not mad, I am not mad'
written by Monk Lewis
performed by Elizabeth Emma Cunliffe
'It was a winter's evening' performed by Elizabeth Emma Cunliffe

Experience Information

Date/Time 1 June, 1819
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, in private, indoors

Notes

Elizabeth Emma Cunliffe was John Crewe's daughter.


Originally submitted by lcc5 on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 18:24:35 +0100
Approved on Fri, 28 Aug 2020 10:48:18 +0100