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Cairo, Ill. (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
Julius Andre (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
Jenny Lind (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
Nightingale (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
Louis Michal (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
Leopold Meyer (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
l. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolf in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.
William Vincent Wallace (search for this): article 18
Musical. --Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath. Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale." A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered. Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.