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WISH TO INVENT STEAM ENGINE.

21-10-16. Go to I P Pavlova. Then Visit. Once it was the Police Museum. Ke Karlovu 462 / 20. 120 00. Praha 2. Now it Hold,s the Treasure,s of A Dvorak. Have Once Visited the Museum. Many Moon,s Ago. A Lot of Water has Gone Under the Bridge, Since Then !.

Now a Dvorak Society Member. So Come From a Different Prospective. Lady on Desk. Very Informative & Polite. Could Have Stayed Here All Day !. Museum is Compact. Though Crammed With Fact,s !. Time to Remember Famous Dvorak Quote. Emphasizing His Love Of Train,s. " I Would Give All My Symphonies. To Have Invented the Steam Engine ". No Idle Boast !.

Amazing How Thing,s Work Out in Your Life !. Dvorak Enroll,s on Austrian State Scholarship. Member of on the Grant Committee. Is No Other then, Johannes Brahms !. Was Surprised Dvorak Only Stayed in the USA. For Three Years. Then Returned to Bohemia For Good. In September Visited Cambridge, UK. Gown in Museum Worn in Cambridge. On His Visit, 16 TH Of June 1891.

Many of Dvorak,s Instruments. Have Pride of Place in The Museum. Liked the Viola, Piano. Donated by Anna Dvorakova.
Listened on Earphones. To Dvorak Music. His Humoresque. Plus His Slavonic Dance,s on Piano. Would Have Loved to Hear His " Carnival Overture ". Unfortunately, Have Other Fish to Fry !.

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