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And Bessie the milk-maid merrily sang,
For the meadows were fresh and fair, The breeze of the morning kiss'd her brow,
And played with her nut-brown hair. But oft she turn'd, and look'd around,
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OVERTURE . . . . . . 4 0 SONG—A bachelor's life. (Hardress) - - - 26 DUET — The moon has rais’d the lamp above. (Hardress
and Danny Mann) - - - - - 26 SONG-The above arranged as a song . • . 2° 0 SONG - It is a charming girl I love. (Myles). In B Alat
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- 60 THE FAVOURITE Airs. In two Books. Franz Nava
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. 10 3. “It is a charming girl I love" .
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- 10 5. “I'm alone"
• 1 0 6. “The Colleen Bawn"
• 1 0
ACT II. CHORUS- The Hunting Chorus • .
. AIR and DUET — The eye of love is keen. (Ann Chute and Hardress)
. SCENA--A lowly peasant girl. (Danny Mann) - ROMANCE (separately) — The Colleen Bawn. (Danny Mann) • .
BALLAD—I'm alone. (Eily). In E flat and in C DUET - I give the best advice. (Eily and Myles) .
ACT III. SONG — The Lullaby. (Myles). In A and in F. 2 6 TRIO— Blessings on that rev'rend head. (Eily, Myles and
Father Tom.) In D and in D flat - - - 3 0 DUET - Let the mystic orange flowers. (For two equal voices). - .
. - - 2 6 BALLAD_Eily Mavourneen. (Hardress). In F and in D 2 6 RONDO FINALE-By sorrow tried severely. (Eily) - 26
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NB. To commence precisely at Eight o'clock. Doors open in Regent Street and Piccadilly at Half-past Seven. Conductor: M> . Alfred Mellon.
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MESSRS. KLINDWORTH, H. BLAGROVE, DEICIIMANN, R. BLAGROVE, and DAUBERT'S CONCERTS of CHAMBER MUSIC (Second Season), atthe Hanover Square Rooms, on Tuesday Evenings, March 11 and 25, and April 8.
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NEGLECTED COMPOSERS. Sib,—In the admirable criticism upon Benedict's new opera, appearing in last week's number of the Musical World, you say, and justly,—" It is strange, that since 1846, when The Crusaders, his third opera, was produced at Drury Lane Theatre, a dramatic composer of such eminence should have been neglected by the directors of our operatic establishments." Strange it is, but true. Equally strange, permit me to say, is it that the composer of The Mountain Sylph, and Fair Rosamond, an Englishman by birth, should have been still more neglected, when it is well known that for more than sixteen years he has had operas ready for production. But John Barnett has been, and is, a neglected musician. Respecting this gentleman and E. J. Loder, kindly allow me to make a very brief quotation from one of my musical lectures:—
"To meet with the best compositions of this musician (speaking of Loder) it is necessary to go into the 'Byways of Song.' Why is it so? Lord Macaulay, in one of his admirable essays, remarks that 'in those things which concern this life, and this world, man constantly becomes wiser and wiser.' Now is this true as regards music? To my thinking it is not. Were it so, we should hear as much of Barnett as of Blonditi, and of Loder as of Leotard. . . . However, though we hear so little of such composers as Loder and Barnett now, we must hope for days when good music will be the real sensation music (that's the word I believe) and the performance of a great and accomplished artist will excite as much admiration as the ascension of a Blondin, the boundings of 'Flying Man,'or the jutnpings of a 'perfect cure.' Such institutions as the 'Monday Popular Concerts ' are highly calculated to bring about this desirable state of things. Long may they flourish!"
Frederick Pexna. Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, 26/A February.
"Once Too Often."—Mr. Howard Glover has just brought out at Drury Lane Theatre un opeictta entitled Once Too Often, which is very highly spoken of by critics. Produced at Christmas time, our readers might fancy that Once Too Often was a political satire upon the behaviour of the Yankees on the "Trent difficulty." Such, however, is not the case, for though Mr. Glover is both a clever journalist and composer, he wisely remembers that "there's a place for everything," though the "difficulty" has been harmoniously settled,and produced no discord.—Liverpool Porcupine.
Mr. W. Seymour Smith gave a lecture on "Music," assisted by Mrs. Seymour Smith, with vocal and instrumental illustrations, at the Whitlington Club, on Thursday week, which proved highly attractive. Amongst the "illustrations," those which seemed to please the most were the song "Hearts of oak," and a duet for the pianoforte (a war march), the former sung with great spirit by Mr. Seymour Smith, and the latter capitally played by Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Smith. Tho audience were evidently pleased with the lecture, and the announcement of its repetition at an early period was received with satisfaction.
Scuwerin.— Anew and orginal operetta, Der Hauirer, by Herr Gustav Horteh a member of the band at the Court Theatre, has been produced and favourably received.