But what mattered it when we were at concert-pitch, and bears for the tune?
It was like a violinist screwing his instrument up to concert-pitch, below which it would drop from day to day.
We have to take into consideration the concert-pitch in use at the time of Paganini's public career.
Her innocence of what he was doing—of what it was necessary for him to do to remain at concert-pitch—was supreme.
A man cannot be at concert-pitch all day long with his mistress any more easily than with his wife.
Something inside Coryndon's brain tightened like a string of a violin tuned up to concert-pitch.
The part fits her like a glove, and all we've got to do is to keep everybody up to concert-pitch and get all the laughs we can.
He wanted to live and to have others live on the concert-pitch of romantic action.
Acton's sweating no end to screw us up to concert-pitch, and flat mutiny is his reward.