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ARGYLL ROOMS, REGENT STREET
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The nobility, gentry, and the public are respectfully informed, that the highly singular and interesting musical and imitative performances of Der Bayrische Tonkünstler will commence, under distinguished patronage, at the Argyll Rooms, Regent Street, on Thursday, the 19th of May instant, ... and be continued daily, Tuesdays excepted.
[London]: J. Mallett, printer, 59, Wardour-Street, Soho, [1825 or 1831?].
[2] p. ; 24.6 cm. (4°)

Quarter-sheet, verso blank. Drop-head title. 'Der Bayrische Tonkünstler', stated to have been blind from birth, has not been identified; he also issued a prospectus of 'Terms Of Entertainment' (q.v.). The Argyll Rooms, Regent Street was one of London's concert venues over the period 1819--30.

Copy Notes Conjoined with the prospectus of 'Terms Of Entertainment' (q.v.).

Binding Paper.

Reference Number 6012


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