excerpt from 'Recollections of an old musician' pp. 78 (69 words)

excerpt from 'Recollections of an old musician' pp. 78 (69 words)

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Recollections of an old musician

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[The Handel and Haydn Society] gave operas founded on sacred histories, such as Moses in Egypt, by Rossini; the Martyrs, by Donizetti, and Nabucco, by Verdi. The Moses had a popular run for several seasons. Rossini was then in vogue. Indeed the great arias with their quite tremendous instrumental solo introductions, and the effective concerted pieces and finales of dramatic energy, would be startling even at the present day.

[The Handel and Haydn Society] gave operas founded on sacred histories, such as Moses in Egypt, by Rossini; the Martyrs, by Donizetti, and Nabucco, by Verdi. The Moses had a popular run for several seasons. Rossini was then in vogue. Indeed the great arias with their quite tremendous instrumental solo introductions, and the effective concerted pieces and finales of dramatic energy, would be startling even at the present day.

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