excerpt from 'Musical Reminiscences Past and Present' pp. 16 (135 words)

excerpt from 'Musical Reminiscences Past and Present' pp. 16 (135 words)

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Musical Reminiscences Past and Present

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 And now let me visit the well- known Church of S. Thomas, close at hand, where Bach played the organ and produced most of those deathless compositions, notably the “ Matthias Passionsmusik,” which have made his name immortal, and placed him on the highest pinnacle of excellence [...]

Just after leaving the Church, a troop of Prussian infantry overtook us, and though it was mid-day, with a broiling July sun, they were marching at remarkably quick pace. […]Proceeding with them for a short distance, when they halted at the old castle, we saw that three of their number instantaneously dropped down in a state of insensibility, but were immediately carried off to the castle by their fellows. The fine band of about sixty which headed them then struck up some lively and inspiriting music.

And now let me visit the well- known Church of S. Thomas, close at hand, where Bach played the organ and produced most of those deathless compositions, notably the “ Matthias Passionsmusik,” which have made his name immortal, and placed him on the highest pinnacle of excellence [...]

Just after leaving the Church, a troop of Prussian infantry overtook us, and though it was mid-day, with a broiling July sun, they were marching at remarkably quick pace. […]Proceeding with them for a short distance, when they halted at the old castle, we saw that three of their number instantaneously dropped down in a state of insensibility, but were immediately carried off to the castle by their fellows. The fine band of about sixty which headed them then struck up some lively and inspiriting music.

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excerpt from 'Musical Reminiscences Past and Present' pp. 16 (135 words)

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