I told you fingers would not do ;' and producing two pieces of lead from his waistcoat pocket, ' One of these,' said he, " I placed on the lowest key of the organ, and the other upon the octave above : thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced the... The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th] - Página 1811805Visualização completa - Sobre este livro
| 1806
...young Ger. faid he, '• I placed on the loweft key of the orgin, and the other apon the oilaveabove; **thus, by Accommodating the harmony, I produced the effect of four hands** inltead of two. However, as my leading the concert on the viohn is their principal objea, they will... | |
| 1821
...said," One of these I laid on the lowest key of the organ, and the other upon the octave above; and **thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced the effect of four hands instead of two."** This superiority of skill obtained Herschel the situation; but he had other and higher objects in view,... | |
| 1822
...two pieces of lead from his waietcoat-pockct, said, '-One of these I laid on the lowest key of the **organ, and the other upon the octave above. Thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced** \\\v. effect of four hands instead of one.' This triumph of skill obtained Herschel tue situation of... | |
| 1826
...said, " one of these I laid on the lowest key of the organ, and the other upon the octave above; and **thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced the effect of four hands, instead of two."** This superiority of skill obtained Herschel the situation ; but he had other and higher objects in... | |
| Robert Southey - 1834
...pieces of lead from his waistcoat pocket, " one of these," said he, " I placed on the lowest key of the **organ, and the other upon the octave above ; thus...produced the effect of four hands instead of two."** 256 CHAPTER LXVII A MYTHOLOGICAL STORY MORALIZED. // faut mettre les fables en presse pour en tirer... | |
| 1852
...said, " one of these I laid on the lowest key of the or-gan, and the other upon the octave above; and ** ** This superiority of skill obtained НегкЬе! the utuaIron i but he had other and higher objecti... | |
| 1847
...said, " one of these I laid on the lowest key of the organ, and the other upon the octave above; and **thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced the effect of four hands,** iustead of two." Thia superiority of skill obuit. ,»«•,• -• ii- -,", 334 333 ti'm; but he had... | |
| Charlotte Eliza Sargeant - 1852
...saying, " One of these I laid on the lowest key of the organ, and the other on the octave above. and **thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced the effect of four hands instead of two."** His superiority of skill, together with the interest of his friend Mr. Bates, procured him the situation.... | |
| 1853
...pieces of lead fr-m his waistcoat pocket, ' One of these,' said he, ' I placed on the lowest key of the **organ, and the other upon the octave above ; thus, by accommodating the harmony, I produced the** effrct of four hands ii stead of two. However, as my leading the concert on the violin is their principal... | |
| Robert Southey - 1862 - 694 páginas
...pieces of lead from his waistcoat pocket, " one of these," said he, " I placed on the lowest key of the **organ, and the other upon the octave above ; thus...produced the effect of four hands instead of two."** CHAPTER LXVII. A MYTHOLOGICAL STOBT MORALISED. n Jaut mtttre let fables en pressc pour at sue dc vtrili.... | |
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