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It was my good fortune to be present at the orchestral concert at Queen's Hall, when Mr. Stojowski was the soloist.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
It was a special concert, at which the honored guest and soloist was the great Brahms himself.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
An inexperienced violin soloist, such as a student playing at a conservatory recital, often exemplifies this.
But the talented Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan was sorely missed—a woman soloist of worth was needed.
The book aided him as a commonplace accompaniment aids a soloist—alternately boring and exasperating him.
THE DARK STARROBERT W. CHAMBERS
At the conclusion of each stanza those surrounding the soloist began the refrain which was taken up by the entire company.
If you can fill the position of soloist in a small choir creditably, do so and be contented.
In the boy who hastened away Eglah recognized the soloist of St. Hyacinth's, and noticed a bandage around his throat.
A SPECKLED BIRDAUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON
All I can say is, if this soloist was a mountain song-sparrow, he reproduced exactly the trills of his half-brothers of the East.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
The same order is observed for the next verse, the soloist explaining two, the chorus adding one, and so forth.

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