excerpt from 'Journal entry, 19 November 1849' pp. 309 (85 words)

excerpt from 'Journal entry, 19 November 1849' pp. 309 (85 words)

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Journal entry, 19 November 1849

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In the evening I went to the weekly choral concert in the magnificent town hall, and not a little was I surprised at the performance. Some of the choruses went far better than on our stage in London (except when we had the Germans there), and the organ was splendid. A Miss Stephens (pupil of Sterndale Bennett) played extremely well Moscheles’ lovely fantasia on ‘Au Clair de la Lune;’ and all this for sixpence in the spacious gallery, and only threepence parterre.

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