See also:British clarinettist, was
See also:born in
See also:London on the 1st of
See also:January 1815, and was a
See also:pupil of Blizard, bandmaster of the Royal Military
See also:Chelsea, and subsequently of
See also:Charles Godfrey,
See also:senior, bandmaster of the
See also:Guards . He made his first appearance as a soloist at a concert of Mme Dulcken's, in
See also:April 1838, and in that
See also:year 1 The
See also:English Bible does not use
See also:Lat . Dives (
See also:rich) as a proper name, saying merely " a certain rich man." The idea that Dives was a proper name arose from the Vulgate quidam dives, whence it became a conventional name for a rich man, he was appointed as second
See also:clarinet to the Sacred
See also:Harmonic Society . From Willman's
See also:death in 1840
See also:Lazarus was
See also:principal clarinet at the
See also:opera, and all the chief festivals and orchestral concerts . His beautiful
See also:tone, excellent phrasing and accurate execution were greatly admired . He was
See also:professor of the clarinet at the Royal Academy of
See also:Music from 1854 until within a
See also:time of his death, and was appointed to teach his instrument at the Military School of Music,
See also:Hall, in 1858 . His last public appearance was at a concert for his benefit in St
See also:James's Hall, in
See also:June 1892, and he died on the 6th of
See also:March 1895 .
EMMA LAZARUS (1849–1887)
MORITZ LAZARUS (1824–1903)
Two sentences from some other unrelated article on the Biblical Lazarus have mysteriously migrated into this entry on Henry Lazarus, the clarinetist. The intrusion consists of the 3rd and 4th sentences in the present article. It begins with the number 1 and ends with a comma. The interloping portion is quoted below: "1 The English Bible does not use Lat. Dives (rich) as a proper name, saying merely " a certain rich man." The idea that Dives was a proper name arose from the Vulgate quidam dives, whence it became a conventional name for a rich man,"
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