Anna Seward in Lichfield - between 1787 and 1789
from Letter from Anna Seward to Miss Sophia Weston, 4 February 1789, page 234:
In the past two years, I have made so great a point of devoting an hour most days to the harpsichord, that I feel my progress in thorough bass, and am much complimented upon it, under the consciousness that all my youth passed away in total ignorance of musical notes. I can now play in little private concerts, with tolerable facility. No small delight to such an enthusiast in the science as your friend.
Anna Seward, Letter from Anna Seward to Miss Sophia Weston, 4 February 1789. In Archibald Constable (ed.), Letters of Anna Seward: Written Between the Years 1784 and 1807, volume 2 (Edinburgh, 1811), p. 234. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1535643336902 accessed: 27 October, 2021
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|Harpsichord music||performed by Anna Seward|
|Date/Time||between 1787 and 1789|
|Listening Environment||in private, indoors, solitary|
Anna Seward is both performer and listener as she practises the harpsichord.