excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 2 June 1819' pp. 319–320 (142 words)

excerpt from 'Diary of Thomas Moore, 2 June 1819' pp. 319–320 (142 words)

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Diary of Thomas Moore, 2 June 1819

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He [Thomas Campbell] accompanied me afterwards to call upon Richard Power, who was waiting for me to go to Miss Stephens (the singer), and we all three proceeded together to her house. […] Miss Stephens, who lives in a pretty, light, flowery-looking house, quite worthy of her, sung “Donald” for us; and I sung two or three songs in return. It was the first time Campbell had heard me, and he seemed much pleased. He asked me with much warmth for a song (which I recollect his praising before in very warm terms), “Oh, had we some bright little isle of our own,” in the “Irish Melodies;” but the air is not fit for the words, and I never sing it. In walking home Campbell said to me, he thought still more highly of my style of song-writing since he heard me sing.

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