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Apparently that "explanatory preface" was to be the same that appeared in Egmont's British edition, issued in 2005.
The evening opened with the "Egmont" overture, as lovingly crafted and shaped, warm and solid as a piece of antique furniture.
Whether the declaration, or instrument for restitution of the port or fort called Egmont, to be made by the Ca - tholic King to his Majesty, under a reservation of a disputed right of sovereignty expressed in the very declaration or in 'strument stipulating such restitution., can be accepted or car - ried into execution without derogating from the maxim of law before referred to, touching the inherent and essential dignity of the crown of Great Britain?
Junius : including letters by the same writer, under other signatures, (now first collected) to which are added, his confidential correspondence with Mr. Wilkes, and his private letters addressed to Mr. H.S. Woodfall ; with a preliminary essay, notes, fac-similes, &c.
Between 1800 and 1815 he composed the first six of his great symphonies, the music to "Egmont," the best of his chamber-music pieces, fourteen pianoforte sonatas, among them the "Pastorale" and the
A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Volume Two (of Three)
The works that he wrote under its influence exhibit perfection of form, notably the dramas "Egmont" (1788), "Iphigenie auf Tauris" (1787), and
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
Then, when I was in the height of my enthusiasm, I thought out my "Egmont" music.
Beethoven the Man and the Artist as Revealed in his own Words
The present volume includes a few of the best poems in "Egmont," and a number of fine additions, some published for the first time, make up a most attractive volume.
Those acquainted with this poet's "Egmont" will be glad to see this announcement of a further collection of poems.
He recognized Schiller's talent, praised 'The Gods of Greece' and was half pleased with the review of 'Egmont', which might well have nettled a less Olympian temper.
To-day people who go to the theater to see 'Egmont' prefer to see the play, for better or worse, as Goethe wrote it.
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