excerpt from 'Reminiscences of the Opera' pp. 220 (102 words)

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of the Opera' pp. 220 (102 words)

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Reminiscences of the Opera

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On Thursday, the 8th of June, she appeared in a second new part, the Adina of the "Elisir." Again the same triumph — the same enthusiasm! That inexpressible charm which pervaded almost all the impersonations of the gifted songstress, gave a new stamp to the character of the village coquette. Of the singing of the part it would be needless to speak further. "Such an Adina we have never beheld," was the judgment of the day — Gardoni, Beletti, and Lablache, all heard and seen to signal advantage, gave the crowning colour of excellence to the rendering of Donizetti's charming opera buffa.

On Thursday, the 8th of June, she appeared in a second new part, the Adina of the "Elisir." Again the same triumph — the same enthusiasm! That inexpressible charm which pervaded almost all the impersonations of the gifted songstress, gave a new stamp to the character of the village coquette. Of the singing of the part it would be needless to speak further. "Such an Adina we have never beheld," was the judgment of the day — Gardoni, Beletti, and Lablache, all heard and seen to signal advantage, gave the crowning colour of excellence to the rendering of Donizetti's charming opera buffa.

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