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" ... having nothing to do with each other, and if a satisfactory air is for a moment introduced, which the ear would like to dwell upon, to hear modulated, varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood or sufficiently heard,... "
History of the opera - Side 155
av Henry Sutherland Edwards - 1862
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1833
...varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood or sufficiently heard, by a sudden transition into a totally different melody,...of it preserved. Single songs are almost exploded, for which one good reason may b£ given, that there are few singers capable of singing them. Even a...
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Musical reminiscences of an old amateur chiefly respecting the Italian opera ...

Richard Edgcumbe (2nd earl of Mount Edgcumbe.) - 1827
...varied, and again returned to, it is broken Off before it is well understood or sufficiently heard, by a sudden transition into a totally different melody,...or recollection of it preserved.* Single songs are * In the periodical paper called The Looker-on (No. 74) is the following passage most apposite to this...
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Musical Reminiscences: Containing an Account of the Italian Opera in England ...

Richard Edgcumbe Earl of Mount Edgcumbe - 1834 - 294 sider
...varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood or sufficiently heard, by a sudden transition, into a totally different melody,...or recollection of it preserved.* Single songs are * In the periodical paper called The Looker-on (No. 74) is the following passage, most apposite to...
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The Dublin Review, Del 1

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1839
...varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood, or sufficiently heard, by a sudden transition into a totally different melody, time, and key, and returns no more ; so that no impression can be made, or recollection of it preserved. Simple songs...
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The Life of Rossini

Henry Sutherland Edwards - 1869 - 344 sider
...present a tedious succession of unconnected, ever-changing motivos, having nothing to do with each other. Single songs are almost exploded. Even the prima donna,...complained at having less than three or four airs allotted ROSSINI'S POPULARITY IN LONDON. 245 to her, is now satisfied with one trifling cavatina for a whole...
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Great Musical Composers: German, French and Italian

George Titus Ferris - 1887 - 334 sider
...returned to, it is broken off, before it is well understood, by a sudden transition in an entirely different melody, time, and key, and recurs no more,...are almost exploded. . . . Even the prima donna, who formerly would have complained at having less than three or four airs allotted to her, is now satisfied...
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Great Italian and French Composers: Palestrina to Massenet

George Titus Ferris - 1895 - 301 sider
...returned to, it is broken off, before it is well understood, by a sudden transition in an entirely different melody, time, and key, and recurs no more,...are almost exploded. . . . Even the prima donna, who formerly would have complained at having less than three or four airs allotted to her, is now satisfied...
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Rossini

W. Armine Bevan - 1904 - 70 sider
...upon, to hear modulated, varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood by a sudden transition into a totally different melody, time, and key, and occurs no more, so that no impression can be made or recollection preserved. Single songs are almost...
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The Diversions of a Music-lover

Charles Larcom Graves - 1904 - 260 sider
...varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood or sufficiently heard, by a sudden transition into a totally different melody, time, and key." One might almost imagine that this was a strait-laced modern Kapellmeister falling foul of Wagner,...
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new monthly magazines

henry colburn - 1833
...varied, and again returned to, it is broken off before it is well understood or sufficiently heard, by a sudden transition into a totally different melody,...of it preserved. Single songs are almost exploded, for which one good reason may be given, that there are few singers capable of singing them. Even a...
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