excerpt from 'Musical Reminiscences Past and Present' pp. 17 (116 words)

excerpt from 'Musical Reminiscences Past and Present' pp. 17 (116 words)

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Musical Reminiscences Past and Present

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 After the second act [of La belle Helene] I repaired, by appointment, to the house of Herr Reinecke, with whom, and another musical friend, I spent a most delightful evening.

Here, again, music was all in all; for four hours we were entirely absorbed in it: now one plays the piano, then another ; now a duet, then an improvisation ; now a new original work, then an examination of some novelties by other composers; now a discussion on the state music of England, then the government support of music in Germany ; now organs and  organists. And then (the creature comforts were not neglected) we adjourned to supper; but music, music is still the theme of our conversation.

After the second act [of La belle Helene] I repaired, by appointment, to the house of Herr Reinecke, with whom, and another musical friend, I spent a most delightful evening.

Here, again, music was all in all; for four hours we were entirely absorbed in it: now one plays the piano, then another ; now a duet, then an improvisation ; now a new original work, then an examination of some novelties by other composers; now a discussion on the state music of England, then the government support of music in Germany ; now organs and  organists. And then (the creature comforts were not neglected) we adjourned to supper; but music, music is still the theme of our conversation.

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