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English: Advertisement for concert by violinist en:Olga Rudge and pianist en:Renata Borgatti, held at en:Aeolian Hall, London, November 10, 1920. For information on concert, see, e.g., Olga Rudge and Ezra Pound: "What thou lovest well-- " (2001), by Anne Conover Carson, pp. 45–46.
Date 1920
Source Olga Rudge Papers, Beinecke Library, Yale University
Author Anonymous concert advertisement.
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