Gottschalk's touch is the most clear and crisp and beautiful that we have ever known.
Upon his arrival Gottschalk played privately at a small party.
This is a parade that reminds one strongly of Gottschalk's "Marche de Nuit."
He makes me think of Gottschalk a little, for he is full of his airs.
Gottschalk fell far short of his possibilities, though he was the greatest piano executant ever produced by our own country.
Gottschalk was a gay deceiver and women were crazy about him.
They promptly put up quite a large sum of money and Gottschalk won.
In the playing of classical music, Mr. Gottschalk has to contend against his own individuality.
They were both wonderful, although I always admired Gottschalk more than the former.
I did not think you had the courage to write—though wobbly—those lying words in presence of the dead Gottschalk.