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TO THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, AND THE PUBLIC
[Prospectus]
To the nobility, gentry, and the public. Der Bayrische Tonkünstler, from Bavaria, lately arrived in the British metropolis, begs to announce his highly singular and interesting musical and imitative performances.
[London]: [1825 or 1831?].
[2] p. ; 25.2 cm. (4°)

Quarter-sheet, verso blank. Drop-head title. 'Der Bayrische Tonkünstler', stated to have been blind from birth, has not been identified: 'The most varied portion of the ... entertainment, ... is the performance of the progress of a Military March in the vicinity of a farm yard; all the feathered and quadruped neighbours and inhabitants of which are aroused by the incursion; ... N.B. The professor wears dark green spectacles to conceal his loss of sight'. The present undated advertisement sets out the terms of entertainment at private residences and at the Tonkünstler's own residence at 75 Edgware Road; another advertisement announces a series of performances at the Argyll Rooms, Regent Street commencing on 'Thursday, the 19th of May instant' [i.e. 1825 or 1831] (q.v.).

Copy Notes Conjoined with the advertisement for the performances at the Argyll Rooms (q.v.).

Binding Paper.

Reference Number 6011


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