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They had some glorious times, and Fanny could not think what they would havedone without him. Miss Winchelsea's interest and Fanny's enormous capacity foradmiration were insatiable. They never flagged--through pictures and sculpturegalleries, immense crowded churches, ruins and museums, Judas trees and pricklypears, wine carts and palaces, they admired their way unflinchingly. They neversaw a stone pine or a eucalyptus but they named and admired it; they neverglimpsed Soracte but they exclaimed. Their common ways were made wonderful byimaginative play. "Here Caesar may have walked," they would say. "Raphael mayhave seen Soracte from this very point." They happened on the tomb of Bibulus."Old Bibulus," said the young man. "The oldest monument of Republican Rome!"said Miss Winchelsea.


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Laurent Naouri ha interpretado muchas veces a los 4 Diablos (Lindorf, Coppelius, Doctor Miracle y Dapertutto) y mostró una gran desenvoltura escénica. Vocalmente, cumplió bien, con su conocido problema de tener las notas altas demasiado blanquecinas.


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For by this time he was no longer the graceful youth who had loved the girlqueen. He was now a man, grave and intent, wholly set upon the building of thePearl of Love. With every year of effort he had learnt new possibilities inarch and wall and buttress; he had acquired greater power over the material hehad to use and he had learnt of a hundred stones and hues and effects that hecould never have thought of in the beginning. His sense of colour had grownfiner and colder; he cared no more for the enamelled gold-lined brightness thathad pleased him first, the brightness of an illuminated missal; he sought nowfor blue colouring like the sky and for the subtle hues of great distances, forrecondite shadows and sudden broads floods of purple opalescence and forgrandeur and space. He wearied altogether of carvings and pictures and inlaidornamentation and all the little careful work of men. "Those were prettythings," he said of his earlier decorations; and had them put aside intosubordinate buildings where they would not hamper his main design. Greater andgreater grew his artistry. With awe and amazement people saw the Pearl of Lovesweeping up from its first beginnings to a superhuman breadth and height andmagnificence. They did not know clearly what they had expected, but never hadthey expected so sublime a thing as this. "Wonderful are the miracles," theywhispered, "that love can do," and all the women in the world, whatever otherloves they had, loved the prince for the splendour of his devotion.

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Bach’s eleventh and youngest son, Johann Christian, came to London in 1762 and lived there for the next 20 years until his death, aged 46. He cut a figure of fashion, was painted by Gainsborough and frequented all the best coffee houses. His music, too, was well received, but these were revolutionary times and his Italian-style baroque perfectionism became outmoded. Despite Mozart’s admiration, the London Bach fell between posterity’s cracks and seldom gets performed in modert times, let alone seen on stage.