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“Chopin made his second public appearance in Paris, at a concert given by the Prince de la Moskowa for the benefit of the poor.”
“He had left for Brazil at the close of a course before the Lowell Institute, and his first public appearance after his return was on the same platform.”
“a public appearance for those amateurs of distinction who are shut out from the concert-room of the professional, and who, for various reasons, may not wish to appear therein.”
“O'Connell, a Catholic barrister whose first public appearance in 1800 was on an anti-Unionist platform.”
“Spohr's first public appearance was at a school concert, and such was his success that he was asked to repeat the performance at a concert given by the duke's band.”
“Chopin made his first public appearance in Vienna at the Karnthnerthor Theatre on August 11, 1829.”
“We looked at Sunday, Holmes’ scrawl of the information given him no doubt by the general himself on their way to the American Colony: breakfast with Governor Storrs; church services with the Anglicans; then at one o’clock in the afternoon, as a public appearance of good-will, the walk through the Haram es-Sherîf with Governor Storrs and an impressive list of high-ranking officers and high-ranking officials among the Christian, Jewish, and Moslem communities.”
“As to the Captain, he has been so much chagrined at his departure, that he has scarce spoken a word since he went: but Madame Duval, who made her first public appearance since her accident, was quite in raptures that she escaped seeing him.”
“Hamati [read Stamati], a young pianist who had not yet made a public appearance in our salons.”
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