"There is a ruined abbey, at the head of that short lane," said Romberg.
Here he heard Romberg, with advantage for the pursuit of his studies.
He must have been, in regard to beauty of tone, a successful rival of Romberg.
"Mesmer was to be distinguished by a cloak of a particular color," said Romberg.
The baron handed the second torch to Romberg, and silently made his preparations.
If Romberg's phosphorus, which is fused CaCl2, is rubbed on the sleeve, it glows with a greenish light.
Romberg only played particular Quartetts, and though no great Virtuoso on his instrument, executed them with skill and taste.
It is noteworthy that Romberg advocated a simplified notation for violoncello music.
No Romberg symptom, and no inco-ordination of upper and lower extremities.
Wherever Romberg played his highly finished performances excited great enthusiasm.