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Bøker Bok 110 av 20... please more than to surprise ; but her taste is vicious, her excessive love of...
" ... please more than to surprise ; but her taste is vicious, her excessive love of ornament spoiling every simple air, and her greatest delight (indeed her chief merit) being in songs of a bold and spirited character, where much is left to her discretion... "
History of the opera - Side 19
av Henry Sutherland Edwards - 1862
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Musical reminiscences of an old amateur chiefly respecting the Italian opera ...

Richard Edgcumbe (2nd earl of Mount Edgcumbe.) - 1827
...spirited character, where much is left to her discretion (or indiscretion) without being confined by the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in ad...without words., variations composed for the fiddle. This is absolute nonsense, a lamentable misapplication of that finest of instruments, the human voice,...
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The London Magazine, Volum 8

John Scott, John Taylor - 1827
...spirited character, where much is left to her discretion (or indiscretion) without being confined by the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in ad...redundancy no other singer ever possessed, or if possessing never practised, and which she carries to a fantastical excess. She is fond of singing variations on...
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Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ...

1827
...indiscretion) without heing confined hy the accompaniment, hut in which she can indulge in ad lihitum passages, with a luxuriance and redundancy no other singer ever possessed, or if possessing never practised, and whicli she carries to a fantastical excess. She is fond of singing variations...
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Musical Reminiscences: Containing an Account of the Italian Opera in England ...

Richard Edgcumbe Earl of Mount Edgcumbe - 1834 - 294 sider
...spirited character, where much is left to her discretion (or indiscretion), without being confined by the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in ad...without words, variations composed for the fiddle. This is absolute nonsense, a lamentable misapplication of that finest of instruments, the human voice,...
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Supplement to the Musical Library

1834
...spirited character, where much is left to her discretion (or indiscretion), without being confined by the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in ad...which she carries to a fantastical excess. She is fund of singing variations on some known simple air, and latterly lias pushed this taste to the very...
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The Dublin Review, Del 1

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1839
...spirited character, where much is left to her diseretion (or indiseretion) without being confined to the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in ad...possessing, ever practised — and which she carries to a fantastic excess. She is fond of singing variations on some known and simple airs ; and latterly, has...
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A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1889) by Eminent ..., Volum 2

Sir George Grove - 1879
...(or indiscretion), without being confined bv the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in tid libitum passages with a luxuriance and redundancy...practised, and which she carries to a fantastical excess.' The opinions of all good judges were nearly the same with the above ; but the public was led completely...
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Great Singers, Volum 1

George Titus Ferris - 1879
...spirited character, where much is left to her discretion or indiscretion, without being confined by the accompaniment, but in which she can indulge in ad libitum passages with a luxuriance and redundance no other singer ever possessed, or if possessing ever practiced, and which she carries to...
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A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1880) by Eminent ..., Volum 1

George Grove - 1880
...confined by the accompaniment, but in which ehe can indulge in ad libitum passages with a luxuriance anl redundancy no other singer ever possessed, or if possessing...practised, and which she carries to a fantastical excess.1 The opinions of all good judges were nearly the same with the above ; but the public was led...
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A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1889): ...edited by Sir ...

1890
...by the accompaniment, but in which she can i indulge in ad libitum passages with a luxuriance [ «ad redundancy no other singer ever possessed, or if possessing ever practised, and which she carnee to a fantastical excess.' The opinions of all good judges were nearly the same with the above...
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