excerpt from 'A Musician's Narrative' pp. 142-143 (72 words)

excerpt from 'A Musician's Narrative' pp. 142-143 (72 words)

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A Musician's Narrative

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142-143

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On Rosa's taking possession of the theatre, his company met to read the opera in the large saloon (refreshment lounge) at Drury Lane. The first comic incident began with the discovery that the long-disused grand pianoforte was so much out of tune as to be only serviceable in the lower octaves, treble and bass differing by nearly half a tone. After a few ineffectual struggles, a rehearsal being impossible, we all departed.

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