The Lamoureux Concerts had served their purpose, and, in their turn, their heroic mission came to an end.
Lamoureux was the first to introduce this exotic custom in France.
But it was especially to the study of Wagner's works that Lamoureux most gladly devoted himself.
It was situated at the corner of Lamoureux Street and the alley of the Prefecture.
On the other hand, Lamoureux's defect was the exuberant liveliness with which he interpreted compositions of a romantic nature.
As to Lamoureux, he was amiability itself, and made me a thousand promises.
In 1881 he was appointed chorus-master of the concerts then recently established by Lamoureux.
The Lamoureux concerts have had from the beginning a very different character from the Colonne concerts.
Lamoureux's performances of Wagner's works have been among the best that have ever been given.
At the end of the season of 1897 Lamoureux wished to disband his orchestra in order to conduct concerts abroad.