"On Melody in Speech"

F. R. C.
1887 The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular  
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more » ... Circular. http://www.jstor.org This content downloaded from 128.235.251.160 on Wed, 17 Dec 2014 15:33:55 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions At Leipzig died, at the age of seventy, Robert Schaab organist of the Johanniskirche of that town. Wilhelm Osternvald, the poet whose lyrics have, in many instances, been associated with the music of the greatest of living German song writers, Robert Frans, died at Muhlhausen (Thuringia) on March 27, at the age of sixty-seven Madame Offenbach, the widow of the celebrated com poser of opera bou.ffe, died last month, at Paris, where since the death of her husband, she had spent her days in 3o4 complete retirement. At Leipzig died, at the age of seventy, Robert Schaab organist of the Johanniskirche of that town. Wilhelm Osternvald, the poet whose lyrics have, in many instances, been associated with the music of the greatest of living German song writers, Robert Frans, died at Muhlhausen (Thuringia) on March 27, at the age of sixty-seven Madame Offenbach, the widow of the celebrated com poser of opera bou.ffe, died last month, at Paris, where since the death of her husband, she had spent her days in 3o4 complete retirement. At Leipzig died, at the age of seventy, Robert Schaab organist of the Johanniskirche of that town. Wilhelm Osternvald, the poet whose lyrics have, in many instances, been associated with the music of the greatest of living German song writers, Robert Frans, died at Muhlhausen (Thuringia) on March 27, at the age of sixty-seven Madame Offenbach, the widow of the celebrated com poser of opera bou.ffe, died last month, at Paris, where since the death of her husband, she had spent her days in
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