excerpt from 'My Musical Life' pp. 118-9 (73 words)

excerpt from 'My Musical Life' pp. 118-9 (73 words)

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My Musical Life

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Since my ordination I have, with great reluctance, and under considerable pressure from old friends, broken through my rule of never playing in public. Once at St. Peter's, Stepney, where I was curate for a short time I played at a concert, got up for the edification of the parish, in the school-room. The people, I think, were too much surprised thoroughly to enjoy me in so completely novel and unexpected a character.

Since my ordination I have, with great reluctance, and under considerable pressure from old friends, broken through my rule of never playing in public. Once at St. Peter's, Stepney, where I was curate for a short time I played at a concert, got up for the edification of the parish, in the school-room. The people, I think, were too much surprised thoroughly to enjoy me in so completely novel and unexpected a character.

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