excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 97 (176 words)

excerpt from 'Reminiscences of Michael Kelly' pp. 97 (176 words)

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Reminiscences of Michael Kelly

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Bianchi had composed the celebrated cavatina, " Sembianza amabile del mio bel sole, which Marchesi sung with most ravishing taste; in one passage he ran up a voletta of semitone octaves, the last note of which he gave with such exquisite power and strength, that it was ever after called " La bomba di Marchesi !" Immediately after this song, Storace had to sing one, and was determined to shew the audience that she could bring a bomba into the field also. She attempted it, and executed it, to the admiration and astonishment of the audience, but to the dismay of poor Marchesi. Campigli, the manager, requested her to discontinue it, but she peremptorily refused, saying, that she had as good a right to shew the power of her bomba as any body else. The contention was brought to a close, by Marchesi's declaring, that if she did not leave the theatre, lie would ; and unjust as it was, the manager was obliged to dismiss her, and engage another lady, who was not so ambitious of exhibiting a bomba.

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