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Mr. Ebers feels it to be his duty to lay the following correspondence before the subscribers to the opera, and the public, 1825 April 5-8.

Author: John Ebers; William Ayrton
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Theatre history collection
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William Ayrton complains in great detail about the difficulties with the tenors Manuel Garcia and Signor Curioni. Ebers responds, in French, to the unreasonable requests of the singer and indicates how the patrons are likely to interpret his conduct.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Manuel García; Manuel García
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Ebers; William Ayrton
OCLC Number: 34242078
Language Note: The three letters from Ebers are in French.
Notes: In the Rare Books Room, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. (#996-0003R/VF 9-2).
Description: 4 p. : printed.

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William Ayrton complains in great detail about the difficulties with the tenors Manuel Garcia and Signor Curioni. Ebers responds, in French, to the unreasonable requests of the singer and indicates how the patrons are likely to interpret his conduct.

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