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At the other gentle painter Reinike. We moved, naturally, towards the middle ourselves. He poured out melancholy complaints to me about which Hiller had made about the success of his work he did not failure of the opera. It was from another quarter that I learned extraordinary way. Frau Hiller, who was of Polish origin, had Dresden to persuade a large contingent of her countrymen, who first night these friends, with their usual enthusiasm, incited pleasure in the work that they had stayed away from the second opera could only be considered a failure. By commandeering all applause, every effort was made to secure a third performance on This object was achieved, and the Polish theatre aristocracy, towards the needy couple in whose drawing-room they had ofteneverything went off well. Hillcr thereupon placed his confidence opera was an undoubted success, just as had been the case with my exposed by this fourth performance, at which I was present, and to attend. Even my niece was disgusted with it, and thought.
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