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" ... speak louder, shout, for I am deaf. " Ah how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which should have been more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in highest perfection, a perfection such as few surely in my... "
The Life of Ludwig Van Beethoven - Side 353
av Alexander Wheelock Thayer, Hermann Deiters, Hugo Riemann - 1921 - 371 sider
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The Dial: A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion, Volum 2

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, George Ripley - 1842
...deaf 1 Ah, how would it be possible for me to make known the weakness of a sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, in a perfection certainly beyond most of my profession. OI cannot do it. Therefore...
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Papers on Literature and Art, Volumer 1-2

Margaret Fuller - 1846
...am deaf! Ah, how would it be possible for me to make known the weakness of a sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, in a perfection certainly beyond most of my profession. 0 I cannot do it....
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Papers on literature and art

Sarah Margaret Ossoli (march.) - 1846
...deaf! Ah, how, would it be possible for me to make known the weakness of a sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, in a perfection certainly beyond most of my profession. OI cannot do it Therefore...
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LITERATURE AND ART

S. MARGARET FULLER - 1852
...am deaf! Ah, how would it be possible for me to make known the weakness of a sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, in a perfection certainly beyond most of my profession. 0 I cannot do it Therefore...
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Beethoven: a Biographical Romance

Heribert Rau - 1880 - 332 sider
...deaf ! ' Ah, how could it have been possible for me to admit that weakness of a sense which ought to have been more perfect in me than in others, — a sense which I once possessed in a perfection such as few of my profession have known. Oh, I could not do it. Pardon me, therefore,...
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Beethoven: a Biographical Romance

Heribert Rau - 1880 - 332 sider
...Vienna. worth. You, my brothers, Karl and as soon as I am ness of a sense which ought to have heen more perfect in me than in others,— a sense which. I once possessed in a perfection such as few of my profession have known. Oh, I could not do it. Pardon me, therefore,...
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Beethoven and His Nine Symphonies

George Grove - 1896 - 407 sider
...for I am deaf.' 0 how should I then bring myself to admit the weakness of a sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the greatest perfection, a perfection such as few assuredly of my profession have yet possessed it...
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Book of Musical Anecdotes

Norman Lebrecht - 1985 - 382 sider
...shout, for I am deaf.' Ah, how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the highest perfection, a perfection such as few in my profession enjoy or ever have enjoyed. Oh I...
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Thayer's Life of Beethoven, Volum 1

Alexander Wheelock Thayer, Hermann Deiters, Henry Edward Krehbiel, Hugo Riemann - 1991 - 1141 sider
...shout, for I am deaf." Ah, how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once possessed in the highest perfection, a perfection such as few in my profession enjoy or ever have enjoyed. — Oh...
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The Lives of the Great Composers

Harold C. Schonberg - 1997 - 653 sider
...that way to you. . . . Ah, how could I possibly admit an infirmity in the one sense which ought to be more perfect in me than in others, a sense which I once enjoyed in the highest perfection, a perfection such as few in my profession enjoy or have enjoyed...
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