excerpt from 'Recollections of an old musician' pp. 50-51 (82 words)

excerpt from 'Recollections of an old musician' pp. 50-51 (82 words)

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Recollections of an old musician

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The [Philharmonic] Society began its concerts in the old Melodeon Hall, where Keith’s Theatre now stands, next door to the Boston Theatre.

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The orchestra, which numbered about fifty players, did fairly good work for the times. The symphonies played were by Pleyel, Haydn, and Kalliwoda; also the easy ones of Mozart and the early ones of Beethoven. Every musical person can imagine the kind of music given. The orchestra had the assistance of vocal soloists, both foreign and native

The [Philharmonic] Society began its concerts in the old Melodeon Hall, where Keith’s Theatre now stands, next door to the Boston Theatre.

[…]

The orchestra, which numbered about fifty players, did fairly good work for the times. The symphonies played were by Pleyel, Haydn, and Kalliwoda; also the easy ones of Mozart and the early ones of Beethoven. Every musical person can imagine the kind of music given. The orchestra had the assistance of vocal soloists, both foreign and native

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