excerpt from 'Recollections of an old musician' pp. 114 (109 words)

excerpt from 'Recollections of an old musician' pp. 114 (109 words)

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Recollections of an old musician

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Mr. Lowell Mason—a prominent figure in the musical history of the United States. I believe he was never absent from any of our chamber concerts except when out of town. I well remember how, one night in the old Masonic Temple, when we had finished playing Mendelssohn’s Quartette in D, op. 44, Mr. Mason rose from his seat in the second row, came to the stage, laid the score of the quartette at my feet, said, “ It was beautifully played; please keep the score; sorry I cannot stay longer,” and walked out in the stately, self-possessed manner so perfectly in keeping with his character.

Mr. Lowell Mason—a prominent figure in the musical history of the United States. I believe he was never absent from any of our chamber concerts except when out of town. I well remember how, one night in the old Masonic Temple, when we had finished playing Mendelssohn’s Quartette in D, op. 44, Mr. Mason rose from his seat in the second row, came to the stage, laid the score of the quartette at my feet, said, “ It was beautifully played; please keep the score; sorry I cannot stay longer,” and walked out in the stately, self-possessed manner so perfectly in keeping with his character.

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