Maurice and Max Strakosch were brothers who emigrated from Austria. Their connection to the Pfaff's circle is tenuous; only two known sources tie them to Pfaff's directly.
Quelqu'un's Feuilleton focuses on a discussion of the musical world; an area which he claims to be unqualified to comment upon. He gives the recent Opera news and engages in discussion of the merits of several popular female singers. Qulequ'un also includes a mention of those critics who will be doing serious theater and opera reviews on Easter Sunday. He also expresses excitement that the end of Lent means that there will be "new hilarities" to enjoy (3). The column is signed from Pfaff's and dated 4/5/1860.
Mentioned in a discussion of quarrels in several of the intellectual and artistic spheres.
(It is unclear which Strakosch Quelqu'un is writing about.) Mentioned in a discussion of quarrels in several of the intellectual and artistic spheres.
Mentions that the Courrier des Etats Unis has apologized to Personne for mistranslating his writing (3).
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