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Text:"...296 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR through, but the audience will, of course, be personal friends. If you can do this, please let me know your best day not Mondays nor Saturdays. Kindest regards to you..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...296 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR through, but the audience will, of course, be personal friends. If you can do this, please let me know your best day - not Mondays nor Saturdays. Kindest regards to you..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR The following movement Is a real Beethoven Scherzo indeed. What energy I What spirit ! What quiet fun pervades the music! And where is there a more charming trio than..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...130 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR The following movement is a real Beethoven Scherzo indeed. What energ-y ! What spirit ! W^hat quiet fun pervades the music ! And where is there a more charming trio than..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...ieo SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR So I hope to meet you soon. Thank you very much for your letters. The Atonement has been much abused by a portion of the English Press, but not by the leading papers..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...274 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR amongst English people regarding the negro and his doings. If the Purley lecturer (I forget his name, and am away from home, the Birmingham people having engaged me..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...io8 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR Andante^ and concluding with a coda in the tonic major; and a Presto in E minor, in which the leading themes are recalled and worked up to an energetic conclusion..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...230 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR It is scarcely necessary to explain that the dusting of his music was a printers error, made in a cordial notice in a Bournemouth paper of his conducting of the Variations..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...146 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR five or six concerts with your choir, things might be arranged more reasonably. The best way would be for you to communicate with the principal musical agents..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...156 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR programme of what is likely to be done at the concert so that I may see if there is time for the violin things. But while I remember it, I do hope the Hiawatha concert..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...i84 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR Orchestra), my new Variations on a Negro Theme will be done for the first time on June 14. Did you know that Hiawatha was performed in Constantinople a few days ago..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...*52 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR conductor of the Croydon String Players Club; and the remark is typical of his many sayings and writings in appreciation of his fellow musicians. He seemed entirely free..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...150 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR by a coloured man, and one of the best by any author, white or black. Expect another line from me shortly. For the moment I have many other letters to write, so I know you..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...192 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR symphony or overture played nearly so frequently. I consider there is a great future for the composers of theatre music, and such a man as Mr. Tree benefits not only..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...274 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR amongst English people regarding the negro and his doings. If the Purley lecturer (I forget his name, and am away from home, the Birmingham people having engaged me..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...300 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR rehearsal - about 9.30? Ill only stay a few minutes. It is the only time Ive got. Wednesday I go to Brighton again for the symphony concert. My holiday is knocked..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...246 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR The following letters to Mr. Read deal with a benefit concert at Eastbourne at which he conducted, and an amusing trifle of jiiplomacy appears in the first: ALDWICK, ST..."
Publication date:1915
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Text:"...244 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR of Keep Me From Sinking Down,* as he said it was our music, and he did not feel like exercising any publishing right in it. On his return to England he took a brief..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...116 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR I believe), it makes the wrench particularly severe, especiaUy as I was unprepared to hear any such thing. Why did you not tell me - this afternoon at rehearsaJ, so that I..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...142 SAMUELCOLERIDGE-TAYLOR cally as this coloured choral society. The very genius of the composer is their race-spirit, and the music is as their native voice. These, with the peculiar naturalness..."
Date:Between 1875 and 1912
Publication place:London, England