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NEW OPERA. THE VOICE AND SINGING | THE PURITAN'S DAUGHTER. (THE FORMATION AND CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE FOR SINGING), By ADOLFO FERRARI.

A GRAND ROMANTIC OPERA IN THREE ACTS;:

THE LIBRETTO WRITTEN BY J. V. BRIDGEMAN ; W

THE MUSIC COMPOSED BY
M. W. BALFE.

by the efficacy of his this work has consequent throughout the

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: CONTENTS.

ACт 1.

VOICE. S.

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S. B.

Overture
Chorus,

" Here's to wine, ad here's to beau
Duet,

“ Hate, hate." Duet,

“I would ask a question" (Comic) Song,

“My own sweet child."
Aria,

" What glorious news" (C
Recit. & Chorus, with Solos, “Let us haste."
Solo & Chorus, “ By earth and air."
Concerted Piece, " What do we see?”
Duet,

“Oh, father, pity!"
Duet,

"Oh, reflect ere you decide."
Cavatina,

"Pretty, lowly, inodest flower.'
Finale, Act I.
Ballad,

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Recit. & Romance," How peal on peal of thunder rolls."
12. Trio,

" By the tempest overtaken." -
13. Trio,

“ My welcome also to this roof."
COMPOSED BY HOWARD GLOVER.

134.
Cabaletta,

Can it be, do I dream?".
Duettino,

" Let the loud timbrel" (Unison.) 144. Recitative,

“Nay, do not run away." . 15. Air,

“ Though we fond men all beauties woo.". " THE LOVE YOU'VE SLIGHTED.” Ballad. Sung by

16. Duet,

“Thou weepest, gentle girl." Mlle. JENNY BAUR ... ... ... ...

17. ...

"Let others sing the praise of wine

Drinking Song,
... ... ***
Ballad.

18.

“The Paradise of Love." “ LOVE IS A GENTLE THING.”

Sung by

Ballad,

19. Finale, Act II. . . . . . . . . Miss EMMA HEYWOOD ... ...

19A., Trio,

“What man worthy of the name." . . S. B. “ A YOUNG AND ARTLESS MAIDEN.” Romance. Sung by Herr ReichARDT ...

ACT III. 1 191.

. “ THERE'S TRUTH IN WOMAN STILL.” Romance.

Entr' Acte

Ballad... "Hail, gentle sleep.” : : : : : : T. Sung by Herr REICHARDT

Concerted Piece . - “ THE MONKS WERE JOLLY BOYS.” Ballad. Sung

Ballad, " A loving daughter's heart.” : : : : si

Concerted Piece by Herr FORMES .

24. Rondo, Finale, “With emotion past all feelir “ IN 'MY CHATEAU OF POMPERNIK. Aria Buffa.

N.B.—Those marked thus (*) have transposed Editions. Sung by Herr FORMES ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3s. Od.

Favourite Airs from Balfe's Opera, “ The Puritan's Daughter," arranged by " Mr. Glover's operetta is a decided, and, what is better, a legitimate, hit. The

W. H. Callcott, in 2 Books

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W. H. Holmes's Fantasia, “ The Puritan's Daughter" . . jolly boys' is as racy as the best of the old English ditties, harmonised with equal

Brinley Richards's Bliss for ever past." . quaintness and skill, and thoroughly well suited to the voice or Herr Formes. The

Brinley Richards's Fantasia on the Favourite Airs . love you've slighted still is true' (for Mlle. Jenny Baur) has a melody of charming

Galop, from “ The Puritan's Daughter," arranged by C. Coote freshness. Not less a model ballad in its way is A young and artless maiden' (for

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Quadrille, from “ The Puritan's Daughter," arranged by C. Coote . our liking, however, than any of the foregoing, excellent and genuine as they are, is

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THE LILY OF KILLARNEY,

A ROMANTIC OPERA,

WRITTEN BY

DION BOUCICAULT AND JOHN OXENFORD,

COMPOSED BY

J. BENEDICT.

THE OPERA COMPLETE, BOUND IN CLOTH, 258.

ACT І.

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OVERTURE

Life

(Hardress)

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OVERTURE - - - - - - 4 0
SONG—A bachelor's life. (Hardress)
DUET — The moon has rais’d the lamp aborc. (Hardress

and Danny Mann) - - - - - 26 SONG - The above arranged as a song - - - 2 0 SONG — It is a charming girl I love. (Myles). 'n B flat and in A - - -

• 2 6 SONG – In my wild mountain valley. (Eily). In D minor and in C minor - .

- - 2 6 SONG, with CHORUS, ad lib.—The Cruiskeen Lawn 26

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ACT II. CHORUS— The Hunting Chorus • .

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ACT III. SONG-- The Lullaby. (Myles). In A and in F. • 2 6 TRIO— Blessings on that rev'rend head. (Eily, Myles and

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Subscriptions received by Messrs. Addison, Hollier & Lucas, 210 Regent Street. Particulars can be obtained at Mad. SAINTON-DOLBY's residence, where the meetings take place, 5 Upper Wimpole Street.

DOYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC.-The First CON. MILLE. GEORGI is now at liberty to Accept Engage U CERT by the Students (Season 1862) will take place at the Hanover Square 1 ments for Concerts, &c., &c.

Rooms, on Saturday, March 15th. To commence at Two o'clock. All Coinmunications to be addressed to Mr. H. Jarrett, Musical and Concert Agent,

Single Reserved Tickets, 58.; Unreserved Tickets, 28. 60.; to be obtained or Messrs. at Messrs. Duncan Davison & Co.'s Foreign Music Warehouse, 244 Regent Street, w.

Cramer, Beale & Co.; Addison, Hollier & Lucas, Regent Street ; Cocks & Co., New
Burlington Street; Chappell & Co. and Cock & Co., New Bond Street, Lonsdale,

Old Bond Street ; Keith & Prowse, Cheapside ; and at the Institution, 4 Teuterden
MISS LASCELLES has REMOVED to No. 8 York Street, Hanover Square.
UI Street, Portman Square, W.

DOYAL SOCIETY of MUSICIANS, Instituted in 1738. M R. JOHN CHESHIRE, Harpist, begs to announce his N Incorporated in 1790. For the Support and Maintenance of Aged and Indigent

M1 RETURN to London from the Brazils. Address, for Concerts and Pupils, at ) Musicians, their Widows and Orphans. his residence, 125 Albany Street, Regen's Park, N.W.

PATRONESS.

Her Most Gracious Majesty the QUEEN.

The HUNDRED and TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL MR. F. SCOTSON CLARK begs to inform his Pupils

will take place on SATURDAY, March 15, 1862, in the Freemasons' Hail. and Friends that he has RETURNED from Paris,

PRESIDENT OF THE DAY, All communications are requested to be addressed to him to the care of Messrs.

The Right Hon, the EARL of WILTON, G.C.H. Duncan Davison & Co., Foreign Music Warehouse, 244 Regent Street, w.

The musical arrangements will be on the usual extensive scale. Tickets, One Guinea each (including Wine Champagne, Claret, &c.), to be had of the Commit.

tee at the Frecmason's Tavern, and of the Secretary, 213 Regent Street, W. RIRKENHEAD MUSIC HALL COMPANY

Dinner at Half past Five for Six precisely. U

STANLEY LUCAS, Secretary.

210 Regent Street, W. (LIMITED).- The Directors are prepared to receive APPLICATIONS for the Use of the BALL, for Concerts, Balls, Lectures, Public Meetings, Private Parties, Soirées, &c. The Large Room in the Hall is calculated to seat between 600 and 700 people, and the Small Rooms above 200.

MISS ARABELLA GODDARD'S NEW PIECE, For further particulars apply to JosEPA CoventRY, Secretary, 19 Sweeting Street, “ CHERRY RIPE." By Benedict. Performed by her at the Ransfords' Liverpool.

Concert, March 6th.

Boosey & Sons, Holles Street. MR. HENRY JOHN LINCOLN'S TWO LECTURES on the OPERATIC OVERTURE, from its origin to the present time.

MISS BANK'S NEW SONG, « DREAM, BABY Marylebone Institution, 17 Edwards Street, Portman Square. Thursday Evenings,

MINE." Composed expressly for her by VIRGINIA GABRIBL. March 13th and 20th, at Eight o'Clock. The lilustrations to be rendered as duets, on

Boosby & Sons, Ho!les Street. two of Broadwood's Grand Pianofortes, by Mr. H. J. LINCOLN and Mr. ADOLPH RIES.

Tickets, 1s., 2s. and 3s. for each Lecture, at the Institution, and at the principal Musicsellers.

RIBEL's New Ballad.

Published this day by BOOSEY & Sons, Holles Street. mo AMATEUR SINGERS.WANTED, S. A. T. and

1 B. Voices, to assist in the Choir of the new and bandsome Church of St. Luke, King's Cross, Euston Road.

66 MHE LIGHT IN THE WINDOW." Mad. SAINTONApply to Mr. Howe, Precentor, at the Church, on Wednesday Evening, at eight o'clock, when the Choir meet for practice ; or on any Sunday before or alter service.

1 Dolby's New Song. Composed expressly for her by VIRGINIA GABRIEL, Rev. C. H. ANDREWS, Incumbent,

author of "the Skipper and his Boy." 25 Hunter Street, Brunswick Square,

BOOSKY & Sons, Holles Street. 10

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