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The Philharmonic concerts are wretched, and nobody goes to even the few piano concerts there are.
Count Stockhammer gave me a fresh commission on behalf of the Philharmonic Society.
Mendelssohn did not confine himself to calling the Philharmonic Society together for my benefit.
Some commissions from the Philharmonic would be very acceptable to me, besides, the concert.
The public of the Philharmonic concerts is very favourably disposed towards me.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
You are to write two grand symphonies for the Philharmonic Society, which are to be its property.
Potter showed him an overture—probably one that had been commissioned and played by the London Philharmonic Society in 1816.
The new Philharmonic Society, composed of all the best resident musicians, had hardly achieved an assured existence.
I am now writing a new symphony for England, for the Philharmonic Society, and hope to have it completely done in a fortnight.
I have to thank you and the Philharmonic Society for a new friend in Mr. Rau.

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