, THEATRICALS*

... applause. She was particularly happy in an air in the second act, in which she accom- 1 panied herself the “ May add December can never agree,” which called down general | encore ; and in bravura in the third act. The party on the whole, however, tir ...

STRAND THEATRE.—The Sans Pareil

... damsel, and young; But she, when he was suing, For ever laugh’d, and sung— An old man, old man, will never Jo for me. For May and December can never agree. She sung till he was dozing— A youth, Fortune blest, While guardy’s eyes were closing. Her hand, delighted ...

Published: Thursday 15 October 1818
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
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THEATRES

... gay and young; But slfe, when he was suing, For ever laugh'd and sung An old man!—an old man will never do for me; For May and December can never agree! She sung till he was dosing— A youth, by Fiprtune blest, While Guardy's (gips were closing, Her ...

Published: Friday 16 October 1818
Newspaper: Star (London)
County: London, England
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THEATRE, C3VENT-GAitliE-Y:

... and young; . tut she, when he was suing, . . • ' • For 'ever and sung— • . An old,inan, old Man will never do for Me, For May and December can never 'agree. • . She sung tiff he,was dozing• A youth, by Portune blest, • While guardy s eyes were closl . ng ...

Published: Friday 16 October 1818
Newspaper: New Times (London)
County: London, England
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THEATRE, CaVENT-GARDEN

... gay-and young; But she, when he was suing, For ever latigh'd and sung An old man, an old man will never do for_mo s For May and December can never agree. She sung till he was dozing— A youth, by Fortune blest, guardy s eyes were ctosingt Her hand, delighted ...

Published: Saturday 17 October 1818
Newspaper: Commercial Chronicle (London)
County: London, England
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DRAMATIC MONITOR

... appearance before the London audience in &mina, in the Barber of She was rapturously received; . and in one song ( May and December can never agree), in which' she accompanied herself on the grand piano; was enchored. Her style of singing partakes ton much ...

Published: Saturday 17 October 1818
Newspaper: Imperial Weekly Gazette
County: London, England
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... humanity towards the fair debutant which prevented the audience from requiring a repetition of every one. The song, May and December can never agree, accompanied by herself on the piano -forte, afforded a rich treat to every lover of vocal harmony. That and ...

Published: Saturday 11 September 1819
Newspaper: Star (London)
County: London, England
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... damsel guy and young, Bui she, when !ic was suing Forever laugh’d and sung, Avrold man, old man, w ill never for mo, For May and December can never agree. She sung ’till was dozing, A youth by fortune (tlest, While Guardy’s eyes were closing, Her hand delighted ...

Published: Tuesday 08 January 1822
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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EXHIBITION OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY

... succeeded, in which Miss Piston did equal justice to the dramatic and the vocal part of Rosirte. The song, May and December can never agree, in which she accompanied herself on the piano, while it displayed with effect that brilliancy of voice and ...

Published: Thursday 15 May 1823
Newspaper: Morning Herald (London)
County: London, England
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COVENT GARDEN

... Seville succeeded, in which Miss Paton did equal justice to the dramatic and the vocal part of Rosina. The song, May and December can never agree, in which she accompanied herself on the piano, while it displayed with effect that brilliancy of voice and ...

OPENING OF THE ENGLISH OPERA HOUSE,

... mi s pl a ced, and ungermain to the effect which she Wished to produce. We especially admired her song. of May and December can never agree ; site gave het voice the accompaniment of the piano, and both harmonized so well, and the tone of the sentiments ...

Published: Monday 05 July 1824
Newspaper: London Telegraph
County: London, England
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THE THEATRE

... Impression and excited proportionate applause. In she also acquitted herself very respectably, and the song, May and December can never agree, her accompaniment on the pianoforte was creditable, and her performance of the scene, arch and effective. The ...

Published: Thursday 14 July 1825
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
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