Satanella, Or The Power of Love

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Bryant, 1871 - Operas - 44 pages
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Page 15 - When fortune frowns and friends forsake, And faith in love is dead ; When man has nothing left to stake, To hope nor yet to dread, One god-like pleasure doth remain, Worth all the joys he's lost, The glorious vintage of Champagne To drink at some knave's cost. Let life's last song have for refrain The glorious vintage of Champagne. [During the first verse of song HORTENSIUS has fallen asleep.
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Page 45 - ENDAPEIL 15TH, 1871. CHICKERING & SONS' PIANO-FOETES. 354 "Washington Street, 11 East Fourteenth Street, BOSTON. NEW YORK. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. PRICES FIXED. WE this day issue a NEW CATALOGUE, in which we print our VERY LOWEST PRICES, and from which we make no DISCOUNTS or DEVIATION whatever. Our object is to furnish to our Patrons THE VERY BEST PIANOS which can be manufactured, and at the VERY LOWEST PRICES which will yield us a fair remuneration. Being convinced that the prevailing system...
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Page 47 - Tone. 3. Equality or Evenness of Tone. 4. Delicacy and Power of Action. 5. Style of Finish. 6. Quality of Finish. 7. Durability. We do not pretend to compete in prices with what are called Cheap Pianos, but we do mean to give the BEST PIANO that can be made, and at the LOWEST PRICES which will yield us a Fair Remuneration.
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