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" Nicolini, who sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action, as much as he does the words of it by his voice. Every limb, and every finger, contributes to the part he acts, insomuch... "
Analysis of the London ball-room - Seite 46
von London ball-room - 1825 - 159 Seiten
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The British Essayists: Tatler

James Ferguson - 1823
...until I heard that the tumbler was not to make his appearance that night. For my own part, I was folly satisfied with the sight of an actor, who, by the...action and gesture, does honour to the human figure, as much as the other vilifies and degrades it. Every one will easily imagine I mean Signior Necolini,...
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The Guardian: Complete in One Volume, with Notes, and a General Index

1829 - 264 Seiten
...so noble an entertainment, until I heard that the tumbler was not to make bis appearance that night. For my own part, I was fully satisfied with the sight of an actor, who, by the grace and propriety of bis action and gesture, does honour to a human figure, as much as the other vilifies and degrades it....
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Tatler & Guardian

1831 - 244 Seiten
...make his appearance that night. For my own part, I was fully satisfied with the eight of an acior, a *H * * a human figure, as much as the other vilifies and degrades it. Every one will easily imagine I mean...
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Musical History, Biography, and Criticism: Being a General Survey of Music ...

George Hogarth - 1835 - 432 Seiten
...this opera as a noble entertainment, gives the following very striking description of Nicolini : — " For my own part, I was fully satisfied with the sight...to the human figure. Every one will imagine I mean Signor Nicolini, who sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action, as much as he does...
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Memoirs of the Musical Drama, Band 1

George Hogarth - 1838 - 464 Seiten
...noble entertainment," and pays a tribute to the talents of Nicolini.* " For my own part," he says, " I was fully satisfied with the sight of an actor,...to the human figure. Every one will imagine I mean Signor Nicolini, * Taller, No. 113. who sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action,...
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Memoirs of the Opera in Italy, France, Germany, and England, Band 1

George Hogarth - 1851
...noble entertainment," and pays a tribute to the talents of Nicolini.* " For my own part," he says, " I was fully satisfied with the sight of an actor,...to the human figure. Every one will imagine I mean Signor Nicolini, who sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action, as much as he does...
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History of the opera, Band 1

Henry Sutherland Edwards - 1862
...bears testimony to the high (aesthetic) gratification he derived from the performance of Nicolini, who "by the grace and propriety of his action and gesture, does honour to the human figure," and who " sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action as much as he does the words of...
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Court and Society from Elizabeth to Anne, Band 2

William Drogo Montagu Duke of Manchester, William Drogo Montagu Manchester (7th duke of) - 1864 - 438 Seiten
...Manchester was thanked for sending over hither one Nicolini Grimaldi, who, says Mr. Bickerstaff, " by the grace and propriety of his action and gesture does honour to the human figure ; and sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action, as much as he does the words of it...
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A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1889) by Eminent ..., Band 2

Sir George Grove - 1880
...noble entertainment,' and declares that he 'was fully satisfied with the sight of an Actor [Nicolini] who, by the Grace and Propriety of his Action and Gesture, does Honour to an Human Figure,' and ' sets off the Character he bears in an Opera by his Action, as much as he does...
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Good Queen Anne: Or, Men and Manners, Life and Letters in England's ..., Band 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1886
...to some authorities, in that of ' Pyrrhus and Demetrius.' Steele, in The Tatler, declares himself ' fully satisfied with the sight of an actor who, by...propriety of his action and gesture, does honour to an human figure, and sets off the character he bears in an opera by his action, as much as he does...
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