The Musical World, Volume 50

J. Alfredo Novello, 1872
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Pagina 299 - Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass in your purses, nor scrip for your journey, neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet staves: for the workman is worthy of his meat.
Pagina 241 - I have been to hear some musicpounding. It was a young woman, with as many white muslin flounces round her as the planet Saturn has rings that did it. She gave the music-stool a twirl or two and fluffed down on to it like a whirl of soap-suds in a hand-basin.
Pagina 241 - Then she pushed up her cuffs as if she was going to fight for the champion's belt. Then she worked her wrists and her hands, to limber 'em, I suppose, and spread out her fingers till they looked as though they would pretty much cover the key-board, from the growling end to the little squeaky one. Then those two hands of hers made a jump at the VOL.
Pagina 241 - ... from the growling end to the little squeaky one. Then those two hands of hers made a jump at the keys as if they were a couple of tigers coming down on a flock of black and white sheep, and the piano gave a great howl as if its tail had been trod on. Dead stop, — so still you could hear your hair growing. Then another jump, and another howl, as if the piano had two tails and you had trod on both of 'em at once, and then a grand clatter and scramble and string of jumps, up and down, back and...
Pagina 103 - The voice of joy and health is in the dwellings of the righteous : the right hand of the Lord bringeth mighty things to pass.
Pagina 272 - Thus considered, what a strange chaos is this wide atmosphere we breathe ! Every atom impressed with good and with ill retains at once the motions which philosophers and sages have imparted to it, mixed and combined in ten thousand ways with all that is worthless and base.
Pagina 103 - Blessed be he that cometh in the Name of the Lord : we have wished you good luck, ye that are of the house of the Lord.
Pagina 177 - Majesty the QUEEN. His Royal Highness the Prince of WALES. Her Royal Highness the Princess of WALES: His Royal Highness the Prince CHRISTIAN.
Pagina 85 - By the laws of Wales, a harp was one of the three things that were necessary to constitute a gentleman, or a freeman : and none could pretend to that character who had not one of these favorite instruments, or could not play upon it.
Pagina 272 - The waves of air thus raised perambulate the earth and ocean's surface, and in less than twenty hours every atom of its atmosphere takes up the altered movement due to that infinitesimal portion of the primitive motion which has been conveyed to it through countless channels, and which must continue to influence its path throughout its future existence.

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