I played something from Chaminade, as her fancies are always airy and agreeable and unmelancholy.
I have no doubt that the Toccata by Chaminade, which I do not know, is written on similar lines.
For all that she really knew, they might want her to play Chaminade and Moskowsky.
I'd as soon recite Shakespeare to a metronome as play Chaminade.
She commenced to play pastel-toned bits of Nevin and Chaminade, her clear eyes delighting in free vision.
Brief as is Chaminade's "Serenade," Op. 29, its melody is charming, it is ably harmonized and it appeals to the heart.
Chaminade, is distinctly popular to-day, but her work is not considered by critics to be strikingly original.
By a dint of hard work we succeeded in getting a train made up for Chaminade, and all that was now needed was an engine and crew.
As an example we may cite the works of Chaminade, which hold the very highest rank in their class.
The life of Chaminade affords still another case of this opposition.