excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Granville to her sister, Lady G. Morpeth, 24–27 April 1824' pp. 283–284 (131 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Lady Granville to her sister, Lady G. Morpeth, 24–27 April 1824' pp. 283–284 (131 words)

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Letter from Lady Granville to her sister, Lady G. Morpeth, 24–27 April 1824

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At ten o’clock we set forwards for Haarlem.  The day heavenly. […] We landed at twelve in Van Eede’s garden. The whole ground a carpet of flowers. We walked and smelt for half an hour and then through the pretty town to the church to hear the organ. I cannot describe to you the magnificence of this instrument. It is the finest thing I ever heard. The three or four first chords made me pipe. It is the very omnipotence of sound, and you will think I am fabulous when I tell you that ‘L’Orage,’ a composition of the organist’s, gives you thunder which would affect your nerves for a week, the pouring of rain and the singing of birds after the storm: all à s’y méprendre.

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