excerpt from 'Friends and Memories' pp. 177 (106 words)

excerpt from 'Friends and Memories' pp. 177 (106 words)

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Friends and Memories

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I sang “My ain kind dearie.” I heard afterwards that it was that song that had made Sir Arthur [Sullivan] my friend, for he mentioned it to Signor Randegger, and referred amusingly to the hoarse voice in which I sang it. The hoarse voice, alas, is mine still, and on the day of the competition it was even more like a raucous bass than it is now, for I had hardly recovered from a really dreadful cough from which I had been suffering all the winter.

I was trembling as I finished playing and singing the last notes, and felt really giddy with excitement.

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