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The outside world of mere lovers of music sometimes give their opinions of Camilla's playing in remarks equally earnest, though hardly scientific. One auditor, after listening to her in wide-mouthed amazement, declared with a most emphatic gesture, that she was “woman enough to vote.” At a concert in Chicago, an admirer, who was asked whether there had been any flowers on the stage that night, answered, “None but Camelia Urso.”
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