excerpt from 'Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore' pp. 315 (76 words)

excerpt from 'Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore' pp. 315 (76 words)

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Memoirs, Journal and Correspondence of Thomas Moore

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In the evening went to Mrs. Armstrong’s ball, as chaperon to the two Belchers: the prettiest ball I have seen in Paris; the music delicious, Colinet’s best. The ease with which all Rossini’s lively songs and choruses may be turned into quadrilles and waltzes, shows the character of his music.  Did not get to bed till five o'clock.  Fanny Belcher very much admired, and supposed to be Bessy by most of the company.

 

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