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In 1884 her compositions—the juvenilia that survive—consisted of a number of piano pieces and vocal and choral works. One song, "A Rainy Day," had been published, and another, "With Violets," would come out the following year. Short as they are, these early pieces demonstrate her ability to process and synthesize everything she heard into works of her own. Part of that ability related to her prodigious musical memory. 2 Her extraordinary memory explains why she regularly composed away from the piano, even without pencil and paper; when she did write out her compositions, they usually had already been composed, and she merely took dictation from her inner hearing of the recalled work.

Peck in celebration of his twentieth year as manager of the Music Hall. The conductor of the orchestra, Adolph Neuendorff, came to this country from Germany at the age of eleven. A child prodigy in violin and piano, he later became a conductor, composer, and theater manager in New York. 61 Altogether they were good—and in case of Kellogg, illustrious—company for a debut. All the principal performers except Adamowski and Amy Cheney volunteered their services. Just why they did so is not stated, but one possible explanation might be their desire to bolster an orchestra threatened by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, now two years old.

The concert was organized by Alfred P. Peck in celebration of his twentieth year as manager of the Music Hall. The conductor of the orchestra, Adolph Neuendorff, came to this country from Germany at the age of eleven. A child prodigy in violin and piano, he later became a conductor, composer, and theater manager in New York. 61 Altogether they were good—and in case of Kellogg, illustrious—company for a debut. All the principal performers except Adamowski and Amy Cheney volunteered their services.

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