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" The musicians sit on the grass, on mats, in two divisions, arranged in rows so as to form two squares. A space is left between these, where the " conductor" (should there chance to be one) walks up and down, directing the choruses. But very often there... "
A Lady's Cruise in a French Man-of-war - Page 188
by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming - 1882 - 365 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 36; Volume 99

1882
...singer introduces any variations that occur to him or her. The musicians sit on the grass, on mats, in two divisions, arranged in rows so as to form two...the choruses. But very often there is no leader, and all sing apparently according to their own sweet will, introducing any variations that occur to them....
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volume 36; Volume 99

1882
...singer introduces any variations that occur to him or her. The musicians sit on the grass, on mats, in two divisions, arranged in rows so as to form two...the choruses. But very often there is no leader, and all sing apparently according to their own sweet will, introducing any variations that occur to them....
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The American Magazine, Volume 14

1882
...gleeeingers sang their soft, beautiful choruses. I wish it were possible to describe Tahitian himenes, so t arranged in rows so as to form two squares. A space...the choruses. But very often there is no leader, and all ring apparently according to their own sweet will, introducing any variations that occur to them....
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The Gypsies

Charles Godfrey Leland - Romanies - 1882
...harmony, though apparently each singer introduces any variations which may occur to him or to her. Very often there is no leader, and apparently all...their own sweet will. One voice commences ; it may be that of an old native, with genuine native words (the meaning of which we had better not inquire),...
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