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Either, 189. Handel Triennial Festival, 161,

446. Harp Music, 252. Harp Recitals

(Aptommas), 446. Haydn's Quartets and

symphonies, 519. Her Majesty's Theatre

(Oxonian), 92. Ditto (A Stranger), 550.

Henley, the Rev. Proeian (R. Andrews), 587.

Illuilrated Sporting /.i/eand Music Hall, 219.

International award of prizes, 430. "Israel

in Egypt" (J. Sin-man), 446. Leeds great

organ (Ledger), 92. Letter to a musical

agent, 188. Lello not Lello, 347. Lort-

zing's Die Eolandtknappen, MI, Lucy not

Lucinda, 519. Manuscripts and publishers,

602. Mendelssohn, a letter from, to J. A.

Novello, 252. Merest, Mrs., 471, 493.

Monday Popular Concerts, 714. Meyerbeer's

Age, 327. Meyerbeer and the Crystal

Palace, 458. Mozart's Clarionet Quintet,

C33. Mozart's Twelfth Mass, 683. Music

in the month of May, 492. Music in Eng-

land (John Bull), 650. Musical Exchange

Club, 618. More grumblings, 717. National

Choral Society, 35. National English Opera,

27. Neglected composers (F. Penna), 130.

National Philanthropic Association of Italian

Ladies, 441. No principals (Lucia Fnsbroke),

811. Olympic Theatre and the "Warden

of Galway" (W. Snell), 493. Our National

Opera, 587, 602. Opera or Pantomime, 27.

Opera at Vienna (A. A. A.), 442. Orchestral

balance of power, 661, 667, 683,718. Organ

at the Crystal Palace, 619. Organ pro-

grammes, 670. Organ at Doncaster, 635.

Palman qui meruit ferat (C. G. Stephens),

459. Patti, Mdtle., 667. Pianoforte playing

at the Exhibition, 308. Point d'argcnt,

point de piano, 602. Prize quartets, 462,

474,765. Royal English Opera (Robin Hood),

618. Sehubler's method of tuning, 471.

Schumanism (W. V. Barry) 261. Sensation
dramas, 203. Sisters Milanollo, 77, 189.
Stage chorus singing, 519. Standard pitch,
667. Student of Padua and author, 765.
Sullivan, A. S., 237. Summer (James Lea),
375. Thalberg, M., 330. Thirlwall, Miss,
102. Time {Spectator), 234. Titiens, Mdlle.,
2, 633. Trovatorc, II (J. H. Tully), 205.
Verdi and the Exhibition, 330. Vinning,
Mdme., and Mr Seymour's Concert, 326.
Wesley's, Dr., Funeral Anthem (J. L.
Fowle), 124. Wilson, Miss Lizzie, 470.
Zucchini (Signor), 375.
Cornelius, Herr (grand festival in honor of, at

Dusseldorff), 613
Cornhill Magazine, 247

Costa, Mr., and Her Majesty's Commissioners,
279

Cotter's, Rev. E., Lecture on the Lyrachord, 91

Criticism rightly understood, 631

Cnivelli, Sophie, at Nice, 86

Cruvelli, Marie, 249

Crystal Palace, 474, 539, 556

Crystal Palace and the Chatham and Dover

Railway, 236

Crystal Palace Flower Show, MI

Crystal Palace Handel Festival Orchestra, 343

Crystal Palace, Mr. Baring's Fete, 391

Crystal Palace, Dramatic College Fete, 459

D'ABtorgua, Emanuel, 653

David, telieien, and Garibaldi, 630

Depret, M., 121

Dickens', Mr. Charles, Readings, 267
Dobson, Miss, at Turin, 282
Dramatic College Fete, 469. 637
Dramatic, Equestrian, and Musical Association,
171

Dublin Antient Concert Society, 820
Dussek'a riui Ultra, 218, 219, 247

Elberfeld Gesang-Verein, fifteenth anniver-

sary, 53, 68

Effects of music on the mind diseased, 327

English Opera Association, 570, 778

English Opera Companies (Literary Budget),

652

Enterprising Impressario, the, 311

Ernst, Herr, 410

Exeter Hall Discomfort, 348

Exhibition Opening, the, 267

Falconer's, Mr., Bankruptcy, 701

Festival of the Sons of the Clergy, 324

FStis, M., 299

Foreigx :—

America, 509, 748, 766. Amsterdam, 2.

Australia, 663. Bad-Ems, 648, Bamberg,

99. Berlin, 38, 660, 663. Boston (America),

70, 499, 615,653. Bremen, 165. Breslau, 24,

124. Brunswick, 630. Brussells, M. Carls-

ruhe,630. Cassel, 21, 38. Coburg, 99, 603.

Colonge, 12, 77,166,214, 663,711,805. Co-

penhagen, 355,519. Darmstadt,23,85. Dres-

den, 38, 99, 214, 572, 663. Ems, 446, 468.

Erfurt, 124. Florence, M. Geneva, 89. Gotha,

124. Hamburg, 115, 236, 447. Hanover,

99, 124. Havannah, the, MO. Heiligen-

stadt, 506. Karlsruhe, 471, 743. Leipsic,

38, 51,92,124,364,570, 651, 749. Lemberg,

23, 38. Madrid, 471. Mannheim, 743.

Malta, 155. Mayence, 103, 653,747. Meini-

gen, M. Milan, 52, 139. Milheim-am-

Rhein, 603. Munich, 19, 38, 85, 99, 446.

Naples, 775. Neustadt - Eberswalde, 484.

Nice, 87. Olmutz, 109. Paris, 891, 506,

618, 634, 698, 711, 779. Pesth, 92, 446.

Potsdam, 355. Prague, 88, 124. Regens-

burg, 99. Riga, 214. Rome, 38. Schwerin,

38, 130. Spa, 446. St. Petersburg, 2, M,

M, Stockholm, 355. Stutgardt, 359, 485,

503, 663. Turin, 506. Venezuela, 807.

Vienna, 855, 468, 525, 540, 549, 630. Wei-
mar, 500. Wiesbaden, 99, 181. Wursburg,
647. Zittau, 38.
French Opera Revivals {Athenceum), 765

Gabriel's, Miss Virginia, Anthem, 894

Galitzin, Prince George, 459

Ganz, the Brothers, 555

Gilbert, Dr. Bennett, and Miss Parry, 124

Gloucester Musical Festival, 579, 595, 610,631

Glover's, Howard, operetta of "Once too often,"

at the Crystal Palace, &c, 106, 130
Gluck in Paris (Revue et Gazette Musicale), 4
Gluck, Death of, 203

Goddard, Madame Arabella, 186, 202, 506
Goddard, Joseph, Lecture upon Music, 71
Goldschmidt's, Madame, New Music Hall, 210
Goldsclimidt's Charity Oratorios at Exeter
Hall, 411

Gnmeison, Testimonial to Mr. C. L., 615, 791,
812

Guerabella, Madame, 622

Guildhall, Grand Civic Entertainment, 459

Handel, Addison, &e., and Atheists {Illustrated

Timei), 790

Handel (in 1718, 1728), 645, 668, 702

Handel, taking a turn at. 395

Handel Festival, 187, 361, 380, 391. 420, 423,

403

Hanover Square Rooms (The Builder), 71
Harp Music, 205

Haydn, Joseph, Twenty-six Letters of, 103,
300

Heller, Stephen, 186, 249
Her Majesty's Theatre, 138
Herold, Madame, Death of, 71
Herz, Henri, 299
Highbury Barn, 380

Hitler's, Ferdinand, Die Katahomlen, 212

International Exhibition and the GAogn*

Gazette, 442

Important to Musicians, 606

Joachim, 555

Jullien, M. Louis, 121,154

Kellog, Mdlle., 218

Kennedy's, Mr., Entertainment, 622 819,

Knowles, James Sheridan, Death of, 781

Kuffcrath, J. H., 438

Land's, Mr., Tour, 606

Lander, Walter Savage, C70

Leading Articles :—

A German in London, and the Great Masters,

&c, 537. Alboni, Madame, 600. Amateur

Musical Societies, 777. Balfe's Bohemian

Girl in France, 138. Balfe's Puritan's

Daughter, 649. Bach's 48 preludes and

fugues, 793. Bach Society, 813. Bach

(John Sebastian), 760. Bach's Suites for

orchestra at Berlin, 41. Bach's Violin

Sonatas, 694. Bach's Grout Paitiom Sluiik,

265, 344, 360. Beethoven's Sonatas, 669.

Beethoven's Troii-Stylei, and Herr Lenz,

505. Beethoven, 89,105,201. Beethoven's

Egmont, 489. Beethoven's Posthumous

Quartets, 185. Beethoven Relics, 378.

Bennett's, Professor W. S., Ode, &c, 264.

Bennett-Costa misunderstanding (English

Musician), 298. Berlioz Symphonies at

Vienna, 601. Boucicault, Mr., and the

Theatres, 729. Bradshaw, Mrs. (Miss M.

Tree), 120. Boucicault (Mr. Dion), 697.

"Boucicault (Dion) vertui Delafield," 822.

Che'ri, Rose, 9. Cherubini, 329. Chipp,

Dr. Edmund, 681. Cholctt, Monsieur,

121, Conductors, 745. Copyright between

France and Italy, 649. Crystal Palace

and the Music Halls, 72. Crystal Palace

and the Handel Orchestra, * 88. Dar-
boville the Singer, Mo. Dobson, Mica
Sarah, 632. Eneores"(J. V. B.), 360. Eng-
lish Opera and the National Exhibition of
1862, 185. English Singers at the Italian
Operas, 265, 424. English Opera Associa-
tion, 893, 584. Fallacies about Music, <fec,
233. French and English Opera Audiences,
281. Fugues {ATetie Berliner Mutik-Zeitung),
809. Gluck, Catalogue of his Works, 586.
Gluck's Orpheui at Berlin, 696. Gruneison,
Testimonial to Mr., 505. Halew, death of,
185. Handel's Rinaldo, 729." Handel's
original MSS. (A. M. T.), 218. Handel
Triennial Festival, 297, 392, 409. Handel's
Deborah, 558. Heller, Stephen, pianist and
composer, 821. Her Majesty's Theatre, 25,
216, 504. International Exhibition, the,
280. Italian, Musical and Theatrical Jour-
nals, 73. Knowles, Mr. Sheridan. Death of,
777. Lancashire Fund Concerts, 808. Let
us take a lesson '{Dwiyht), 536. Literary
Budget, the, 600. 'Lower Rhine 39th Musi-
cal Festival, 440, 473. Lulli, Jean Baptiste
(Dwight), 616. Managers of the Theatres

and the Press, 632. Marsehner Heinrich,

88, 105. Marx and Beethoven's op. 106,

Sonata, 436. Mayer, Charles, Death of, 473.

Mendelssohn's Posthumous Works, 664.

Monday Popular Concerts, 330, 488, 665,

681. Mozart's Sonatas, Edited by Charles
Halle, 329. Mozart's Thematic Catalogue
of his Works, 585. Mozart, an original
Letter to his Wife, 41. Mozart, Quintet in
A Major, 219. Mozart Institution at Frank-
fort on the Maine, 653. Mozart, Sixth
Violin Quartet, 712. Music at the opening
of the Exhibition, 248. Music Halls, 186,
568, 617. Musical Season, The, 187, 152,
312. Musical Season in America {Dwighf),

745. Mutual Presentation Plate Society,

M. Neidhart, Augustus, Death of, 313.

Nestroy, Joseph, Death of, 410. Operas,

The two Italian, 168. Opera Plots. 713.

Oratorio Singing, 792. Paine, Mr. J. K.,

Organ Programme, 553. Paris Cirque and

Paris Theatre Lyrique, The, 520. Pitch,

Change of, or. Pyne and Harrison's Pro-

spectus, 620. Pyne, Miss Louisa, and the

Royal Italian Opera, 248. Retrogadc Fugue,

425. Royal Academy of Music, 457. Royal

English Opera, Inauguration of the Seventh

Season,552. Royal Italian Opera Prospectus,

200, 232. Royal Italian Opera and Or/eo,

488. Royal Society of Musicians and Mad.

Ooldschmidt, 473. Sacred Harmonic So-

ciety, 104. Salaries of German Artists, 681.

Schubert's unknown Violin Quartet, 169.

Society of British Musicians, 409. Spohr's

Concerto in D Minor, 552. Steibeh, 67.

Telle, F. W., Death of, 360. Thalberg, M.,

376. They manage these things better in

France, 40. Theatre Ander Wien, 538.

Three Italian Operas in London, 8. Tree,

Miss M. (Mrs. Bradshaw), Death of, 120.

Triennial Musical Festival in Yorkshire, 136.

Verdi's Cantata for the Exhibition, 297.
Vocal Association of Nuremberg, 377. Vol-
unteer's Concerts, 57. Wagner's Tristan
and Isolde at Vienna, 9. Wagner's Lohengrin,
393. Wagner, Madame Johanna, 201.
Wagner and Lulli, 521. Wandering Min-
strels, 777

Ledger, Mr. Frederic, Testimonial to, 714

Lemon, Mr. Mark, About London, 86, 154

Liebhart, Mdlle., 391

Lincoln's, Mr. Henry, Lectures, 170, 187

Lipinski, Charles, 74

London Rehearsals or No Rehearsals, 555

Lower Rhine Thirtv-ninth Festival, 361, 435,

452

Madame De Vaucherari's Concert, 823

Mangold, Miss Alice, 299

Marchisio, the Sisters, 4

Mario, 653. 659, 763

Mario and Patti, 795

Mathews's, Mr. and Mrs., Entertainment, 327
Mendelssohn's Songs without Words. Dwight,
524

Mendelssohn's Elijah, 169

Mendelssohn's Gondola Songs, 485

Mendelssohn's Letters, 550

Mendelssohn (Op. 35), 550
Mendelssohn, a Letter from. 663, 699, 709,
741, 804

Mendelssohn's Variations in B flat, 803
Mental History of Poetrv (Joseph Goddard),

69, 87. 101, 116, 181, 180, 214, 247 , 295.

429, 462, 483

Mercadante, 425

Metropolitan Police Band, Concert in aid of

the Lancashire Relief Fund, 819

Meyerbeer, 234, 266, 330, 361, 458, 550

Miltary Band Masters and Concert Pitch, 589

Military Music in Boston (Dwight), 612

Molique's Abraham at Stutgardt, 263, 291

Monday Popular Concerts Reviews, 229, 250

Mozart's Cost Fan Tuttc at the Italienes, Paris,

756

Mozart, 132, 205, 535. 661, 603

Morning Chronicle, Death of, 161

Music and Dancing Licenses, 647, 669

Music at Amsterdam. 437

Music at Berlin, 21, 37, 84, 115, 148, 228, 244,

307, 355, 419, 451, 515, 517, 563, 597, 636,

708, 789

Music at Brussels, 163, 437

Music at Casscl, 291

Music at Coburg, 646

Music at Dresden, 549

Music at International Exhibition, 276, 282,

459

Music in Italy, 395

Music in London (a German view of it), 612

Music at Manchester, 10

Music at Mayence, 589

Music in the Metropolis fifty years ago, 685

Musiejat Milan, 163

Music at Munster, 109

Music in May in London, 492, 627

Music in North Germany, 614

Music in Paris, 3, 36, 84, 100, 197, 515, 556,

563, 647, 684, 733, 758, 762

Music at St. Petersburg,'635

Music at Reigate, 678

Music at Strasburg, 277

Music at Vienna, 260, 436, 618

Music at Wiesbaden, 516

Music without Noise (Punch), 23

Musical Society of London, 733

Music Halls, 503, 535

Musical Biographies, 675

Musical Instruments at the Exhibition, MI

Musical Society of London, 76

Musical Festivals, 603

Myers, M. S., Scotch Entertainment, 789

Negro Songs, 780

Neuralgia, Cure for, by Dr. O'Connor, 139

New Theatres in London (D. Boucicault), 805

Niccoli De'Lapi (Saturday Review), 606

Noorden. Miss Van, 166

Norma, Titiens', 614

Opera at Vienna, Statistical Returns, 453

Opera Season, The (Illustrated Times)

Opera (Dwight), 644

Orchestral Pitch (Brussells paper), 780

Organ at St. Mark's, Myddleton Square, 27

Organ, Town Hall, Greenock, 167

Organ at the Priory Church, Malvern, 315

Organ at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 501

Organ at All Saints', 653

Organ for Ambley Church, Leeds, 653
Organ at St. Matthew's, Friday Street, 823
Organist's Rights and Dr. Twisg of Tnnbridge,
233

Overture to Don Giovanni, 701

Paganini's Ghost, 365

Paris, The Conservatoire Concerts, 138

Pavment of French Singers, 695

Patti, Mdlle. Adelina, 541, 602, 638, 670, 698,

699

Patti, Mdlle. Adelina, in Paris, 746, 762, 778,

811,822

Patti, Mdlle. Adelina, at Berlin, 27

Patti, Mdlle. Adelina, at Brussels, 85,119, 131,

532, 6 IS

Patti, Mdlle. Adelina, as Lucia, 373
Patti, Mdlle. Adelina, at Manchester, 570
Penna's, Mr. Frederick, Entertainment, Golf
Perry, The late Mr. George, 362
Philosophy of Music (Literary Budget), 629
Pianofortes at the Exhibition, 554
Penco, Madam, 670

Pitman's, Mr. Josi'phL Lectures on the Opera.

219 ' ""

Pianofortes at the 1862 Exhibition, 773

Piano Accompanists ((). Commettant), 781

POETRY :—

A revived poet, 300. Broken heart, The, 519.
Coming towards home, (W. Brock), 161.
Fisherman's Boat, The, 662. Embroglio at
the Philharmonic, Punch, 265. Gaze in my
eyes (E W. Fletcher), 612. Lines for
music (C. K. D. P.), 364. Stanzas for music,
268, 683. Songs for music, 525. St.
Valentine Wins. (E. W. Fletcher), 615. To
M. W. Balfe, (Clopee). Sunny hours, (E.
W. Fletcher), 764. The lover's lake, 301.
To Adelina Patti, 779

Poetrv by a musician, (Punch), 347

Polytechnic Institution, 327

Praag, Mr. Van, 121

Provincial :—

Aberdeen, 156. America, 654. Arundel, W.

Basingstoke, M. Bath, 123, 299, 733.

Belfast, 76, 199, 326, 534, 654, 685. Birken-

head, 266, 812. Birmingham, 54, 75, 199,

279. Bradford, 653. Brentford, 2. Brighton,

76, 300, 622, 647 , 694, 757 , 788. Bristol,

300. Bury, 701. Cambridge, 253. Can-

terbury, 3<X). Carmarthen, 539. Chelten-

ham, 262, 733. Colchester, 300. Cork, M.

Croydon, 698. Devonport, Dublin, 123,

188, 263, 679, 779. Durham, 139, 645.

Edinburgh, 166, 188, 758. Glasgow, 758.

Gosport. Greenock, 123. Greenwich,

812. Halifax, 743. Hartley Colliery Fund,

156. Hclston, 629. Hereford, 236. Ilklcy,

(Leeds), 682. Jersey, 605. Lands End,

Mr. Leeds, 75, 123, 347, 615, 711, 775,

Liverpool, 22 , 44, 55, 108, 139, 199, 557.

679, 718. 759. Louth, 807. Manchester,

11, 22, 44, 54, 76, 108, 123, 139, 156, 587,

617, 714. Meltham, 812. Newcastlo, 788.

Northampton, 743. Nottingham, 199. Pen-

zance, 315,731. Feterboro', 22. Portsmouth,

315. Preston, 55. Ramsgate, 788. Reigate,

167, 715, 759. Rochester, 262. Romford,

22. Ryde (Isle of Wight), 521. Southsea,

22. Swansea, 612, 651. Tollbridge, 763.

Torquay, 123. Truro, 731. Welsh Melo-

dies, 812. Winchester, 54. Windsor, 11,

759. Woolwich, 775, 811

Puritans and Players, Quarterly Review, 518

Rmoe, Miss Kate, 11

Reed, Mr. and Mrs. German, Entertainment,

74, 701.

Reviews :—

Abbott, W., 19. Adlington, W., 695.

Adrian, 99. Althaus, B., 179. Ascher, J.,

M. Atkinson, F. C, 211. Bach, 694.

Badarzewska, 19, 211. Bannister, II. C,

211. Barnett, J. F., 51. Barry, William

Vipond, 211, 227. Bartholomew, Mrs.

Mounsey. 179, 707. Beaumont, J. C, 99.

Beddoc," Alfred, 99. Benedict, J., 179.

Bidge, Charles, M. Birch, W. H., 147.

Blumenthal, J., 727. Brock, W., 695.

Bridges, W., 228. Brown, F. H., 695.

Blockley, John, 695. Boosey's Pianoforte

Classics', 83. Boosey's Juvenile Pianoforte

Album, 228. Burlington Album, 727.

Chorlev, Henry F., 99. Cottam. Arthur,

727. Cramer, W. Oliver, 211. Creed, Mrs.

Henry, 147. Croal, George, 227. Crump,

Arthur. 99. Curwen, John, M. Dance,

Miss C. A., 659. Davison, J. W., 195.

Dussek's Plus Ultra, 195. Edge worth, R.

L., 227. Eschmann, J. C, 19. Falk,

V., 25. Favargcr, E. Aurcle, 211, 259.

Forbes, George, 211. Frobisher, J. H., 707.

Gabriel, Virginia, 19. Gade, Niels W.,

19. Gear, Handel, 727. Glascock, Miss, 659.

(Mover, Howard, 67. GoUmick, Adolph,

211. Goodban, W. H., 83, 211. Good-

eve, J. F. Erskine, 179. Gordigiani, 227.

Guernsey, W., 35. Hargitt, C. J., 83,

727. Hay, W. C, 99. Heller, Stephen,

51, 707. Hogarth, George, 147. Hope,

Owen, 211, 695. Comp Oscar, 727.

Kruger, W., 19. Kuhe, W., 51, 83. Kullak,

Theodore, Mo. Lazarre, Martin, 148. Leduc,

Alphonso, 259. Locke's Music for Macbeth,

67. Lott, E. M., 259. McKewan, Joseph,

659. McMurdie, 695. Norwood, Jasper

483. O'Kellv, J., 259. Old English Ditties

(Cliappell's Selection), 213. Powell, G. R.,

727. Pratten, R. S., 51. Rabies, Dr. Fer-

dinand, 211. Randegger, A., 61. Raymond,

J., 695,727. Richards, Brinley, 211. 'Smith,

Mrs. Cunningham, 659. Schmidt, Jules, li>.

Severn, T. H., 227. Sheluierdine, W., 179.

Six Chriamas Songs, 67. Spreuger, Jules,

211. St. Leger, EL, M. Summers, James

Lea, 83. Thorpe, Thomas, 99. Thurnam,

E., 179. Tod, Melville, 61. Tongue, James,

159. Turpin, E. JL,-. 695. Vancheran,
Madame De, 643. We*lev, S. S., 83. Wil-
son, John, 211. Woelfl's Ne Plus Ultra,
195

Reed's, Mr. and Mrs. German, Entertainment,

235,822
Reserved Seats at Theatres, 213
Rcid Concert at Edinburgh and the Students,

133

Richards, Brinlcy, 589

Richards, Brinley, at Tenby, 548

Richards, Brinley, on the Music of Wales, 667

Ristori, Madame, and M. Mires, 231

Roger, M., 539

Rossini, sum paid for H Barbiere, 179

Royal Academy of Music, "Westmoreland

Scholarship," 60, 823

Royal Academy of Music, Memorial to Mr.

Gladstone, 438

Russell, Mr. George, 124

Sacred Harmonic Society, Annual Meeting, 134
Sacred Harmonic Society and Handel Festivals,
428

Snngiovanni, Signor, 34G
Saturday Review on Music, 700
Schira, Signor, Nkolo de I'Arpi, 394
Schubert's Musical Remains (A W. Thayer),
153

Scudo, M., 775

Singing for Soldiers (Punch), 83

Singing Fish, 220

Sketches of Artistic Life, 525

Sketchley's, Mr., Entertainment, 533

Smith's, Mr. Seymour, Lecture on Music, 130

Society for the Encouragement of the Fine

Arts, 35, 55, 165, 327

Stuttaford, Madame, 327
Busini, Death of Isabella H., 619

Theatbes :—

Adelphi.—Colleen Bawn, 412. Dublin Boy,

106. Life of an Actress, 149

Astley's.—Rajah of Nagpore, 188

Drury Lane.—Benedict's Benefit, 236. Beni-
zoug-zougs, The, 509. Colleen Bawn, 412.
Hamlet, 134. Lily of Killarncy, 236. Mer-
chant of Venice, 149. Once too often, 236.
Othello, 172. Smith, E. T., Benefit, 203

Her Majestyt.—Barbiere, 323. Don Giovanni,

426. Don Pasquale, 426, 748. Huguenots,

339, 374, 639. Lucia, 309, 571, 633, 748.

Lucrezia Borgia, 292. Martha, 539, 555,

633. Norma, 460, 540. Nozze di Figaro,

475. Puritani, 309. Robert le Diable, 375,

387,407,639. Semiramide, 292,339. Tro-

vatore, 323, 356, 407, 633, Un Ballo in

Maschera, 284. Verdi's, Signor, Cantata,

339, 539. Zingara, La, 508. Retrospection

of the Season, 570. Performance of The

Messiah, 820

Haytnarket.—The Wife's Portrait, 172. Our
American Cousin, 791

Marylebone.—Colleen Bawn, 236

Keto Royalty.— Catching a Husband, 827.

Marriage aux Linternes, 74. Elliot Galer's

Opera troupe, 379. Mr. Mowbray's Benefit,

812

Olympia —A Fairy's Father, 135. Dowager,

the, 509. Fair Rosamond, 407. Retained

for the Defence, 122. Warden of Galway,

471

Princess's.—The Angel of Midnight, 135.

Louis the Eleventh, 346. Corsican Brothers,

346

Strand.—Orange Blossoms, 122. Othello, 149

Royal English Opera (Coccnt Garden).—Bohe-

mian Girl, G77, 778, Court and Cottage,

198. Crown Diamonds, 589, 633. Dinorah,

197, 555. Domino Noir, 765. Fra Diavolo,

633, 677, 7C5. Lily of Killarney, 107, 117,

138, 164, 555, 572. Love's Triumph, 716,

742, 765, 778. Last night of the Season,

187. Lurline, 589. Maritana, 572, 677.

Puritan's Daughter, 74, 677. Rose of

Zarlino, Guiscppe, Death of, 203.

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44 A LICE, Where Art Thou?" Romance; sung by

jt\- Signor Oardonl, and written by Wellington Guernsey. Music by J. Aicher. *' Mr. Ascher, whose fame as a writer of pianoforte music ts European, has proved himself in 1 Alice, where art thou?' as consummate an artist as a vocal writer as he is renowned as a composer for the pianoforte. The melody is graceful, flowing, and cri. glnal, full of themost original feeling and thought. It has been sung by Sims Reeves, Gardonl, Mr. Tennaot, Mr Perren, Mr. Tedder, Mr. Melchor Winter, and all the leading tenors of the day. Two editions of this romance have been printed—one in B flat for ladies' voices, and the other in D flat for tenors. Altogether, we have seldom met with a composition embodying all the elements of popularity in so great a degree as M. Ascher1 s romance of * Alice, who art thou ? 1 and one that must, on its merits alone, become themost popular song of the present day."—(Irish Times.)

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"ALICE," transcribed for the Pianoforte by J. Ascher.
ditto ditto by Behnhoxf.

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Just Published, Price 3s. Gd.

« rriHE ECHO SONG," for Voice and Piano. Composed

JL by JULES BENEDICT.

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London:

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EMILE BERGER'S NEW PIANO SOLO,
"LES ECHOS DE LONDRES."
This new fantasia was composed expressly for M. Ole Bull, Ilerr Formes, Mr. and
Mrs. Tennant, and Miss Anna Whitty's provincial tour. It has been played by Mr.
Emile Berger (as well as the transcription of Ferrari's popular serenade '* Vieni,
Vieni ") every where with the greatest success, and has invariably been encored.

"The introduction of the two popular melodies, * Gentle Annie' and 'Dixy's Land,' was a happy idea of Mr. Berger. The audience were delighted, and the applause was so great that the talented pianist was obliged to return to the platform and repeat the fantasia, to the great delight of the audience."—Sheffield Paper.

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JUST J-UBLieirun. price. 2s. 6d.. « LETTY LORNE."

tf Ballad. Written by E. M. Swinn. Composed and Sung uy utuaiiis I-kiirkn.
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HERR REICHARDT'S NEW SONG,
"ARE THEY MEANT BUT TO DECEIVE ME T*
Mazurka-Polonoise.
The Poetry adapted hy JOHN OXENFORD.
Price 2s. Gd.

Sung at the Crystal Palace Concerts by HERR REICHARDT, with immense
success.

The Times says: "Herr Reichardt, the German tenor, whose pure, classical style and fervid expression—still remembered, in spite of two years' absence—were displayed with the utmost effect in a characteristic song from his own pen, entitled 'Are they meant but to deceive me ?' which exhibited more than one touch worthy the composer of that deservedly popular romance,' Thou art so near and yet so far.'"

London : Published by Duncan Davison and Co. 244 Regent street, W.

BLUMENTHAL'S new Compositions for the PIANOFORTE, "The days that are no more," Madame Sainton's popular song, transcribed, price u, and " Un petit Cadeau," Bluette, 3s.

London: Duncan Davison and Co., 214 Regent Street, W.

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Juvenile Performers—Illustrated, 8vo. size, founded on airs in the New Pantomime at Dhury Lank, composed and arranged by J. H. Tully. Price 3s. Lanborn Cock, Hutching* and Co. (late Leader and Cock), 6i & C3 New Bond Street.

MUSICAL DIRECTORY, REGISTRY, and ALMANACK for 1862. Just Published. Contents: —365 Miniature Musical Biographies ; the Addresses of Musical Professors, &c, throughout the Kingdom; the Musical Societies of London and the Provinces, with their List of Music Published in Great Britain during 1861; Advertisements of everything new and interesting in connection with Music. Price Is. Gd., by Post Is. 8d.

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"AA7ILL O' THE WISP."—New Song sung in the

VV PANTOMIME, "The House that Jack Built," at Druky Lanr, composed by J. H. TULLY. Price 2b. 6d.

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THE DEAD MARCH in SAUL, Arranged by W. H. CALLCOTT as a Pianoforte or Organ Duet, 2s. Accompaniments for Flute, Violin, and Violoncello (ad lib.), ed. each. Select Airs composed by his late Royal Highness the Prince Consort,- arranged by W. H. Callcott as Pianoforte Solos, O. ; and Duets, 6s., with ad lib. accompaniments for Flute, Violin, and Violoncello, Is. each. Also Selections from his late Itoval Highness's Vocal Works.

C. Lonsdale, Musical Circulating Library, 26 Old Bond Street.

MR. DAVID LAMBERT (Bass Vocalist) will Sing at the "Musical Society of Bays»ater" Haydn's CREATION, January 6th. Patrons—Professor S. Bennett, Cipriani Potter, Esq, Sir F. Halliday, General Willounw,,, Sec. Uxbridge 15; Bury (Suffolk), Creation, 17t.li; and Barnard Castle, Mat, &c.

Communications for/Engagements to be addressed 15 Adelaide Square, Windsor, Berks. 1

To the Editor of the Musical World.

Mllb. Titibns presents her compliments to the Editor of the Mtjsical World, and, in reference to a paragraph that appeared last week in his valuable journal, begs to state that there is no foundation for the report of her being engaged at Drury Lane Theatre for the coming season.

TO M. W. BALFE, Esq.

How can I praise where all have praised?
Why strive to gild a golden treasure?
It needs no feeble word of mine,
To fill the already flowing measure—
In English homes—in distant climes —
Where hearts beat high, with love or duty—
Where nations mourn — or patriots arm,
His genius speaks, in strains of beauty I

His teeming brain, like bright champagne,

With sparkling fancies brimming over,

Will, like the wine, make others shine

And many a latent gem discover.

With smiles that warm, and words that charm,

He cheers, where trembling souls would falter,

And wins the love of many a heart

Time cannot change, or absence alter;

Fame adds fresh laurels to his brow

Growing with every fresh endeavour,

While hearts can feel the "Power of Love,

The name of " Balfe" must livo for ever!— Clofee.

A Correspondent from Brentford writes : —

"Mendelssohn's Elijah was rooontly given at the Town Hall, under the auspices of the Brentford Literary Club. The soprano solos were divided between Mrs. Harriette Lee, Miss Saunders, and Miss Martin, all of whom acquitted themselves ably, especially Miss Martin, in 'Hear ye, Israel.' The contralto part was sustained entirely by Miss Palmer Lisle, who was encored in 'O rest in the Lord.' Mr. W. Evans, the tenor, was encored in 'Then shall the righteous.' Mr. Cross, besides conducting, sang tho whole of the music of Elijah. The chorus, when we consider that they had only a piano to sustain them, are entitled to praise. Mr. Gardner was the accompanyist. The Hall was crowded to the doors, and no one left till the last bar was finished."

St. Petersburg.(From a Correspondent.)—According to the terms of his contract, Signor Verdi is bound to produce his new opera, La Forza del Dextino, by the middle of January, at the latest. The libretto, written by Piavc, and founded on, a Spanish drama, is said to be highly interesting. The soprano parts are intended for Signoro Lagrua and Fioretti; the tenor part for Tamberlik; the baritone and bass parts for Graziani, Debassini and Marini. Verdi has composed, also, some ballet music,which, should circumstances require the adoption of such a course, may be omitted without prejudice to the opera. Report speaks very favourably of this newest production of the prolific master's pen. Verdi himself says that he has made fewer concessions than is usual with him to suit the taste of the general public, but that, in this instance, he has written a work which can bear the strictest criticism.

Amsterdam.—C. A. Bertelsmann, founder of the Liedertafcl, "Eutonia," which he directed for many years, died here on the 20th ult. He was born at Soest, in Westphalia, but selected Amsterdam as the field of his professional exertions. He was not only distinguished as an excellent conductor, but as a scientific musician. His compositions were greatly admired, especially his part-songs

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