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MUSIC IN BERLIN.
Whence sprang this sudden want of sympathy? Were not the greatest (From our own Correspondent.)
female artists in the world assembled here? Was not the favourite of
favourites with the Berlin public, namely, Zelia Trebelli, again engaged ? THERE has been little novelty at the Royal Opera House lately, the Were not the Sisters Marchisio, and Adelina Patti, who was preceded attractions having consisted of Nurmahal, La Fille du Régiment, and by so brilliant a reputation, worthy of the most lively interest? the Lac des Fées. In the last-named Mad. Masius-Braunhofer sus
must seek for the reasons of public apathy in some other circumstance. tains the part iof the fairy Zeila, and makes more of it, both vocally and
Many will assert that the want of a good tenor was the principal cause. dramatically, than any of her predecessors whom I have seen undertake
Without absolutely denying the truth of this assertion, I believe it cannot it here.
be logically maintained. I must, therefore, seek some other reason. For Leaving the stage awhile for the concert-room, I have to chronicle
two years, the public had given itself up to the intoxicating excitement of the third Soirée for Chamber Music, given by Herren Zimmermann
Italian music; raving about La Traviata; in raptures with Rigoletto; and Stahlknecht, a very agreeable entertainment, with regard to the
worshipping Il Trovatore. I mean, of course, only the great mass of pieces selected, as well as to the manner in which they were executed. the public
the public, for competent judges were invariably calm and moderate. Among the old favourites were Schubert's Pianoforte Trio, Op. 100, and
| Without wishing to dispute the excellences of the above operas, to Beethoven's Quartet in F major. In the way of novelty, there was a
which some few others might be added, I say that, for German tastes, Quartet by Herr Stahlknecht, of which I am inclined to think favour
they do not, in the long run, possess sufficient attraction to create a abiy. Herr Becker, who is well known as a violinist in Paris, and, if
lasting enthusiasm. Accomplished singers appeared and charmed the I mistake not, in London*, has produced a favourable impression of his
public, and, in the general excitement, even persons of less talent were talent, on the occasion of his first appearance here, when he played
accounted great. Such was the state of Italian operas in past years, a some Paganinian variations, and Mendelssohn's Violin-concerto. In
state which justified Eugenio Merelli, who could call the greatest artistic the former he astonished the general public ; in the latter he proved
celebrities his own, in looking forward, full of hope, to the season just his right to be considered a musician fit to interpret the works of the
over. But circumstances had changed. The result of two years' rapgiants of art. The programme of the fourth Sinfonie-concert, by the
ture was a marked reaction ; and now ensued a want of interest, Royal Chapel, comprised Beethoven's Overture to Kiny Stephen, Mozart's
bordering upon apathy. Much has been said and written for and Symphony in G minor, the “Reigen secliger Geiste," from Gluck's
| against Italian Opera in Berlin. Some thought it uncalled for, while Orpheus, Cherubini's Overture to Anacreon, and Beethoven's Symphony others regarded it as a necessity in the metropolis of art."* Without in C major- a goodly array, as I am prepared to assert against all
adopting either of these views, I confine myself to fact, and, from the comers, although, it is true, the first-named overture was a pièce de cir.
experience gained, believe I am justified in saying that a mediocre constance, and is one of the least vigorous compositions that ever came Italian company dares no longer show itself here, and that even a from the pen of the mighty master. Gluck's contribution delighted the combination of first-rate artists, such as we had last scason, would find audience so much that they insisted on its repetition, yet, to my mind, it difficult to maintain a position for any lengthened period. A retro. the effect would have been greater still, had the well-known “Dance of spective glance at the events of the now defunct season, will prove that Furies,” from the same opera, been played first, as on former occasions. the impresario Merelli has descrved the thanks of the public, though Cherubini's overture to Anacreon-one of the show.pieces, by the bye, much is due, on the other hand, to the Intendance-general, who, at a of the Royal Chapel--fully maintained its old popularity. That both large sacrifice, provided a body of singers, such as few Italian theatres symphonies were performed in a manner worthy of this celebrated
in Eurore could show. Italian Opera has become a matter of fashion ; band, it is perhaps, superfluous to add. That of Beethoven's I never
the members of the Parisian beau monde meet each other at the Théâtre heard more beautifully rendered. At the third concert of the Sing.
Italien, while the rendezvous of the London aristocracy is Covent academie the attraction was Blumner's oratorio of Abraham, first per
Garden Theatre. But apart from this national and fashionable view of formed by the Society in March 1860. The choruses were given with
the case, which, at Berlin, may, perhaps, be placed in the background, great precision, and materially enhanced the effect of the solos, in which,
an annual and not immoderately extended series of Italian peron the present occasion, Herr Krause, of the Royal Opera House, took
formances possesses attraction for amateurs and professional men; and part.
when artists of first-rate talent are engaged, it is of undoubted value. If, A large number of invitations was issued for the last Court Concert,
therefore, Herr von Hülsen made a sacrifice for the sake of art, he in the White Hall of the Royal Palace, M. Meyerbeer, Royal Musical
ought not to be blamed, but, on the contrary, is entitled to gratitude. By Director-general, acting as conductor. The first piece in the pro
introducing singers of the first class, his object was to give the art esgramme was Beethoven's Overture to Coriolanus; then followed the tablishment intrusted to his care its proper rank. “Waltz-song," from M. Gounod's Faust, sung by Mlle. Lucca, and the
The season began with the Sisters Marchisio, who alone sufficed “Inflammatus," from Rossini's Stabat Mater, by Mad. Köster. The first
to keep alive public interest for months. Then there was Mlle. part was brought to a conclusion by the “ Miserere," from Il Trovatore. Trebelli, who showered out in a single breath, an entire cornucopia of The second part began with the introductory music and bridal chorus
| bravura and solfeggi, entrancing with the nobleness of her style, and from Lohenyrin. Next came G. M. Gounod's “ Ave Maria," sung by
| conquering with the clear, bell-like tones of her voice. Mlles. Rideri Mad. Köster, with violin accompaniment by Herr Becker ; and finally
1 and Brunetti (to procced) were also valuable acquisitions; and, last M. Meyerbeer's imposing “ Coronation March," performed by two
not least, Adelina Patti, the girlish vocalist, who speedily transported orchestras, the effect of which was exceedingly grand.
her English triumphs here, and, by a rich combination of artistic exMozart's birthday, the 27th January, was allowed to pass over with.
cellences, brought the season to a brilliant conclusion. Six such ladies out any particular demonstration on the part of amateurs and professors
in one company is almost unexampled, and shows clearly the object of here. About the only exception was the performance of the overture
the management of the Royal Theatre to have been the gratification of to Die Zauben flöte, and the Symphony in C with Fugue (Jupiter), at
the public. If we cannot think as favourably of the gentlemen, the the fifth Soirée for classical orchestral music, given by Herr Liebig.
reason is that even in Italy there are not many really great men-singers; Herr Hans von Bülow has returned from the Netherlands, where, ac
and that we must be content with such as can with least discredit fill cording to report, he was very successful; but then Herr von Bülow is
their place. Signore Zacchi, Agnesi, and Squarcia, were very good, pianist to the king, and the good Netherlanders, like the Germans,
and if the tenors Pancani, Montanaro and Tiberini, were less comhave great respect for any one who is “ Königlicher” this, or “ Hof”
mendable, a double obligation is due to Herr Theodor Formes, for that. The gentle musician's cheval de bataille appears to have been
having, with such readiness, come to the rescue of the Italian repertory, Liszt's Transcription of the waltz from M. Gounod's Faust, which he
and enabling Lucia and Il Trovatore to be played towards the close of played at almost every concert. He is loud in praise of the orchestras
the season. in Holland.
Sig. Orsini conducted the performances in a manner which showed The Italian performances at the Royal Opera House were brought to a
him thoroughly acquainted with the repertory, the style in which he got close a few days since. A season of three months in Berlin may be taken up Un Ballo in Maschera especially deinonstrating his musical ability. as a fair test of the capabilities of the company; the mere fact that the
The Italians have left Berlin, but, it is hoped, only to return next winter original term-agreed on, namely, two months, was extended to three, is a
and delight us with more that is beautiful and new. convincing proof of their excellence. Yet an attentive observer could easily perceive the difference between this year and the preceding ones. There was no such lively interest as in the previous season, and scarcely
HAMBURG.— The members of the orchestra and chorus at the any enthusiasm, while, when there was any manifestation of the latter
Stadt theatre lately serenaded Herr Neswadba for the great pains he feeling, it was confined to a few individuals. Whence arose this coolness?
took in getting up M. Gounod's Faust. * Monday Popular Concerts, to wit.-ED. .
* What will Paris say to this ?_ED.