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I rather regret now that I did not play my solos, but perhaps it is just as well to leave them until another time.
Then came two pieces by the orchestra; next, my three solos in a row, and a symphony of Haydn closed the programme.
They would n't let you sing solos at St. Paul's Church if you did n't sing well—so!
He composed a toy symphony, which included solos on every noisy plaything at that time manufactured for children's use.
AFTER DARKWILKIE COLLINS
In a few months we hear of his playing solos at Brabandt's aristocratic concerts.
In an opera some parts are sung by many voices; others are sung as solos.
STORIES OF GREAT MUSICIANSKATHRINE LOIS SCOBEY
I now frequently played solos at the subscription concerts, and generally some of my own compositions.
Certain half-recitative solos are delivered by deacons with very strong and deep bass voices.
There are two short Bass solos, one to the words Sing praises lustily, which is almost like the song of a jovial sailor!
TWELVE GOOD MUSICIANSFREDERICK BRIDGE
The solos are written for soprano and contralto voices; the orchestration for strings, two oboes, and two horns.
DR. ARNE AND RULE, BRITANNIAWILLIAM HAYMAN CUMMINGS

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