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MUSICAL ECSTASIES. PACHMANN CLAPS HIS OWN SUPERB PLAYING.

'. V" LONDON, July 4. Pachmann's recital at the Queen's Hull on .Saturday was attended with some extraordinary scenes, music enthusiasts and auJograaJi-Uunters .. combining . to create yui.to a' pandemonium. Pachmann Surpassed himself. He jumped up and' down on the stool to the -rhythm of the music. Ho called everybody to witness his beautiful playing. "Bravo, bravo !" he shouted repeatedly in admiration of certain brilliant passages. He leant down from the platform and led the clapping himself, and danced about the .piano in .an ecstacy of artistic excitement. At tlie close of the recital the audience left their s?ats and raided the platform and the piano. A forest of hands was held ivn to him to shake, while pencils and autograph books were pushed into his face from all directions. ■fhougli be played encore aftrr encore, the audience contin-ucd to roar for more. Handkerchiefs were waved from all pai!--of thb. hall. Pachniana himself took out two huge handkerchiefs and madly waved a farewell' with each arm. The delighted piahi&o came on in his crush-hat, ia vying an. umbrella in hopeful protest, but bo was compelled to play once again before he was allowed to retire.

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MUSICAL ECSTASIES. PACHMANN CLAPS HIS OWN SUPERB PLAYING., Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXXIII, Issue 12545, 19 August 1908

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MUSICAL ECSTASIES. PACHMANN CLAPS HIS OWN SUPERB PLAYING. Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXXIII, Issue 12545, 19 August 1908

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