Mrs. Rothschild’s Music Party
London: Mrs. Rothschild’s Residence, Piccadilly
Moscheles: ‘Ich zahlte als Arrangeur folgende von Fr. v. Rothschild empfangene Summen:
|Mme. Stockhausen .||£||35||für||2||Soiréen.|
|Mr. de Bériot . . . .||”||5||”||I||”|
|Mr. Mori (Violinsp.) Duet, ‘Non m’inganno, al mio rivale’||”||7||”||I||”|
|Mme. Pisaroni . . .||”||20||”||I||”|
|Donzelli . . . . . . . The Reminiscences of Scotland||”||10||”||I||”|
|Curioni. . . . . . . . , ‘Ah! Se puoi cosi lasciarmi’||”||10||”||I||”|
|Schütz and Frau . .||”||15||”||I||”|
|De Begnis . . . . . . .||”||25||”||I||”|
|Ich selbst . . . . . . .||”||40||”||I||”|
AML I, 204.
Account book (1829)
Von Mrs de Rothschild für 4 Soireen (um 7: July ŭ 5:Nov:1828, 8: April ŭ 1: July 1829) erhalten £40, hiervon ab £4.4 für meinen Concert Tikkete diese Saison bleibt — £35.16 —
 A soiree for April 8 and July 1 were not advertised nor reviewed.
The Courier (May 18, 1829): 2.
Mrs. Rothschild gives a grand entertainment tomorrow evening, at her mansion, in Piccadilly.
The Standard (May 20, 1829): 4.
At the splendid ball and supper given by the Baroness de Rothschild last night, more than 400 of the first nobility and gentry were present. The entertainment consisted of every delicacy of the season. Dancing commenced about twelve o’clock, and lasted till four o’clock this morning. Among the nobility present were the Duke of Orleans, the Duke of Chartres, Duke and Duchess of Richmond, Duke and Duchess of St. Albans, Duchess of Leeds, Prince Esterhazy, the Danish Minister, Swedish Minister, Brazilian Minister, &c.
The Morning Post (May 21, 1829): 3.
MRS. ROTHSCHILD’S BALL AND SUPPER.
The above Lady gave a Grand Entertainment on Tuesday evening, at her elegant Mansion, in Piccadilly, to upwards of 300 of the Haut ton. On this occasion the magnificent service of gold plate was used, the exquisite workmanship of which was greatly admired. The Ball Room was thrown open at eleven o’clock, and Dancing commenced immediately to the delightful music of WEIPPERT’S celebrated Band. The refreshment consisted of every delicacy, and the wines were of the first order. Supper was announced at one o’clock, after which the company resumed their places in the merry dance, which was kept up with great spirit until a late hour.
Stamford Mercury (May 22, 1829): 2.
At an elegant ball and supper given on Tuesday night by the Baroness de Rothschild, wife of the great Jew loan-contractor, not less than 400 of the first nobility and gentry were present. The entertainment consisted of every delicacy in the season. Dancing commenced about twelve o’clock, and lasted till four on Wednesday morning. Among the nobility present were, the Duke of Orleans, Duke de Chartres, Duke and Duchess of Richmond, Duke and Duchess of St. Alban’s, Lord Lennox, Duchess of Leeds, Prince Esterhazy, the Danish, Swedish, and Brazilian Ministers, &c. &c. &c.