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When I come home from the lessons I fling myself on the sofa, and feel as if I never wanted to get up again.
After having lessons from private instructors, this artist studied under Lenbach.
Of course I am practicing very hard, and I am taking private lessons of Kullak again.
Her mother was from Hamburg, and had taken lessons of Deppe there when they were both quite young.
One of them is taking lessons of Deppe, and the other has a great talent for drawing, and has been two years studying in Berlin.
For three long hours I had to sit there and listen to the children as they droned over and over their lessons.
In these years I had another pleasure: I learned to ride, taking lessons in horsemanship at a riding school in Belfast.
Madame Roland frequently retired to the library, to write letters to her friends, or to superintend the lessons of Eudora.
She is still living at Montbeillard, near Belfort, where she continues to give lessons.
Besides all this, Peter had regular music lessons with the pianist Philipov.

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