The playing of the “wonder-child” would no longer please the public, much less herself.
We have told you that Clara Schumann had been called a wonder-child.
From 1888, when he was a wonder-child here, Jozio Hofmann's artistic development has been logical and continuous.
Who taught you to pose—and to dance like that, you wonder-child?
The parents listened to their wonder-child with ever increasing astonishment, mingled with tears of emotion.
By the hour the music floated out the dismal chamber window where the wonder-child toiled over the seemingly hopeless task.
I effected the introduction between him and my wonder-child when I sat in the twilight and told Jack those tales of the sea.
Her reputation both as a wonder-child and an artist had been almost wholly American.
One movement of this symphony was played at a concert, and the pianist was none other than the wonder-child, Clara Wieck.
The sensation her playing produced was phenomenal, and soon all Europe was eager to hear the wonder-child.