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Mozart

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Mozart is written by Thomas Tapper. Father Mozart loved both of his children deeply and often played with them. The violin was the instrument he liked best and little Mozart had daily lessons in his home. Here we see him playing while his sister sings.

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The Modern Scottish Minstrel

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The Modern Scottish Minstrel is written by Various Authors. The glories of her lakes, her glens, her streams, her mountains, the hardy courage, the burning patriotism, the trusty attachments, the loves, the games, the superstitions, and the devotion of her inhabitants, were all unknown.

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Michael

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Various Authors is written by E.F. Benson. Michael had gracefulness only in the art of giving, Francis's gracefulness in receiving was clearly of a piece with the rest of him. He was tall, slim and alert, with the quick, soft movements of some wild animal.

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Memories of a Musical Life

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Memories of a Musical Life is written by William Mason. The playing of Moscheles was in a direct line of descent from Clementi and Hummel, and just preceded the Thalberg school. Moscheles was fond of quoting these authorities and of holding them up as excellent examples for his pupils.

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The Merry-Go-Round

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The Merry-Go-Round is written by Carl Van Vechten. The audience which gives the final verdict on a farce makes allowances for the author; permits him the use of certain conventions. For example, he is given leave to introduce a hotel corridor into his last act with seven doors opening on a common hallway.

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Maurice Guest

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Maurice Guest is written by Henry Handel Richardson. "Maurice Guest walked among the mossgreen tree-trunks, each of which vied with the other in the brilliancy of its coating. He was under the sway of a twofold intoxication: great music and a day rich in promise."

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Lyrics from the Song-Books

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Lyrics from the Song-Books is written by Various Authors. The music was partly written by Campion and partly by Rosseter; but the whole of the poetry may be safely assigned to Campion.

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The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman

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The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman is written by Charles Dickens. This is an exquisite touch of nature, which most married men, whether of noble or plebeian blood, will quickly recognise. During the whole of her daughter's courtship, the good old lady had scarcely spoken.

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The Loves of Great Composers

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The Loves of Great Composers is written by Gustav Kobbé. The Countess placed her hand on the girl's head. "My child," she said, "when you have grown older and wiser, you will understand what I mean when I say that to live for those we love shows a far greater love.

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Liszt: The Story of a Boy

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Liszt: The Story of a Boy is written by Thomas Tapper. Franz Liszt was kind to all people who came to him. There was one musician, however, for whom he did a great deal. You know him for he composed many operas. One of them is called "Parsifal."

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