excerpt from 'Friends and Memories' pp. 79 (113 words)

excerpt from 'Friends and Memories' pp. 79 (113 words)

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Friends and Memories

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I rather enjoyed those classes [at the house of Madame Leupold], and sat amongst the contraltos and helped to make a noise. But there was one member of our little society who made a great deal more noise than I did, for he was able to sing two different notes at one and the same time; the effect was quite startling, so much so that I was positively fascinated by him, and stared at him with such interest that Mr. Rose-Innes, who sang with the basses, laughingly accused me of having lost my heart to him! If I did, it must be acknowledged that my first love was a unique specimen of humanity.

I rather enjoyed those classes [at the house of Madame Leupold], and sat amongst the contraltos and helped to make a noise. But there was one member of our little society who made a great deal more noise than I did, for he was able to sing two different notes at one and the same time; the effect was quite startling, so much so that I was positively fascinated by him, and stared at him with such interest that Mr. Rose-Innes, who sang with the basses, laughingly accused me of having lost my heart to him! If I did, it must be acknowledged that my first love was a unique specimen of humanity.

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