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From these three performances the committee hoped to gain at least a thousand dollars, and possibly half as much more.
Charles Frederick Abel died; an eminent musician, whose performances attracted much attention in Europe.
He wrote also for the stage with some success, although his performances were ridiculed by Pope.
I am sure it will not survive half a dozen performances, which is mortally vexatious.
From all sides one hears complaints of hunger and thirst, mingled with comments on present or past performances.
Performances may be given by amateurs upon payment to the author of a royalty of five dollars ($5.00) for each performance.
Years ago it was fine; there was full cathedral service in the church then; and the orchestral performances were attractive.
He was passionately fond of the theatre, and could talk by the hour on famous performances of old actors and actresses.
She usually sang at them four times, and between her performances the orchestra played some pieces.
With regard to choral and orchestral performances apart from the stage, Vienna had till more recent times very little to boast of.

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