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THE LILY OF KILLARNEY, METZLER & CO., A ROMANTIC OPERA,
37, 33, 35 & 16 DION BOUCICAULT AND JOHN OXENFORD, GREAT MARLBOROUGH ST., LONDON.
J. BE N E DICT.
NEW MUSIC FOR THE PIANOFORTE.
THE OPERA, COMPLETE, BOUND IN CLOTH, 258.
SUNSHINE. Valse de Salon ...
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OSCAR. Mazurka. " Un Ballo in Maschera"
4 0 OSCAR. Mazurka SONG-A bachelor's life. (Hardress)
LA CHASSE DE COMPIEGNE. Fantaisie ... DUET — The moon has rais'd the lamp above.
ROSALIE, THE PRAIRIE FLOWER. Impromptu (Hardress
KING OF ITALY'S GRAND MARCH. Transcription ... and Danny Mann)
- 26 SONG - The above arranged as a song .
. 2 0 SONG—It is a charming girl I love. (Myles.) In B flat and in A 2 6
ASCHER. SONG - In my wild mountain valley. (Éily.) In D and C minor 26
ESPOIR DU COEUR. Mélodie ... SONG, with CHORUS, ad lib.—The Cruiskeen Lawn - .
MARCHE DES AMAZONES ...
VIRGINSKA. Mazurka Elégante
H. W. GOODBAN.
UN BALLO IN MASCHERA. Fautaisie DUET — I give the best advicc. (Eily and Myles)
A. DAUSSOIGNE MEHUL.
SANTA LUCIA. Transcription ... ... ... ...
- 3 o
OBERON. Transcription ...
PENDANT LA RETRAITE. Marche Caprice DUET-Let the mystic orange flowers. (For two equal voices) 2 6
CHANT D'AMOUR, Romance sans Paroles BALLAD- Eily Mavourneen. (Hardress). In F and in D • 2 6
L' ABSENCE. Reverie RONDO FINALE-By sorrow tried severely. (Eily) - 2 6 ROMANCE VARIEE
CHARLIE IS MY DARLING. Transcription. ... ...
" THE FAVOURITE Airs. In two Books. W. H. Callcott
DORS MON ANGE. Berceuse ... ...
. 6 0 . LASS O' GOWRIE. Transcription ... ... ... SET OF QUADRILLES. Charles Coote -
L'HEUREUX GONDOLIER. Impromptu ...
0 Ditto. As Duets .
MEETING OF THE WATERS. Transcription. ...
0 SET OF QUADRILLES. “The Cruiskeen Lawn.” Pierre Laroche.
MERAN. Styrienne .. .. . .. .. .. ..
TAL EX Y.
LA BELLA MARIA. Polka de Salon ... ... Galop. Pierre Laroche
CHANT DU MONASTERE. Marche Religieuse ...
" I'm alone" .
METZLER & CO.'S New Vocal Catalogue is now Ready, and may “ The Cruiskeen Lawn” KONE. Fantasia on favourite Airs
be had on application. Grand Waltz G." A. OSBORNE. Fantasia on favourite Airs. “Ricordanza"
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR GOODBAN, H. W. Serenade, “The moon has raised”
A very large and Varied Stock always on hand.
2. “The Lullaby” .
· 1 0 4. “Eily Mavourneen"
- 1 0
METZLER & Co., 5. “I'm alone".
. 1 0 6. “The Colleen Bawn"
·10 37, 38 & 35 GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET, W.,
CHAPPELL & CO., 50 NEW BOND STREET.
STEPHEN HELLER'S PIANOFORTE WORKS.
Op. 30: Les Gages “d'Amitie. ** DixPensées fugitives" (u'après Ernst et
2. Souvenir. Dedicated to Mad. Montgolfier
10. Intermezzo. Dedicated to Mad. Moscheles ...
l'op'ra Charles VI. de Halévy Op. 41. Le Déserteur. Caprice ... Op. 42.
Valse elégante in E flat ... Op. 43. Valse sentimentale in E Op. 44. Valse villageoise in F Op. 45. Studies. Introduction to the Art of Phrasing. 2 books, each Op. 46. 30 Studies. Mélodiques et progressives. 3 books, each Op. 47. 25 Etudes pour former au sentiment du Rhythme et à l'expression
3 looks, Citch ... Op. 53. Tarentelle, in E ... Op. 55.
La Fontaine de F. Schubert. Caprice brillant
No. 2. Ditto A Hat ... ...
visata on Mendelssohn's melody ...
OWWA AWWASANNNNNNNNNNNW AWW ooo00oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo000
Op. 69, Fantaisie-Sonate on the Volkslied of Mendelssohn, “'Tis thus de
creed Op. 78. Promenades dün Solitaire. 6 Morceaux caractéristiques, in 2 books,
each ... ... .. ... .
1. Allegro vivo, in F sharp major ...
6. Assai vivace, in G minor ...
books, Op. 82:-
Più Lonto, in A
Allegretto con grazia, in E
18. Allegro non troppo, in G minor Op. 85. No. 1. Tarenteile in A minor
No. 2. Tarentelle in A dat
in six numbers:
6. In A
IN THE PRESS, A New Edition of the STUDIES, thoroughly revised and partly re-written, published under the immediate
superintendence of the Composer.. Fifteen Books, each bs.
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MISS ROSE HERSEE will Sing at Mr. Richard
U Seymour's Concert, St. James's Hall, May 10, at the First Morning l’er. formance of the Vocal Quintet Union, May 14; and the Soprano Solos in the Oratorio of the "MESSIAH,” at the Town Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne, May 21.
2 Church Terrace, Camberwell,'s.
MADAME LOUISA VINNING begs to announce her
U MATINEE MUSICALE at the Hanover Square Rooms, on Wednesday, May 28, at 3 O'clock.
Artistes : Vocal-Mad. LOUISA VINNING and Miss ADA JACKSON, Mad. LAURA BAXTER and Miss LASCELLES ; Messrs. WILBYE COOPER, ALLAN TRYING and SANTLEY.
Instrumentalists : Miss JANE JACKSON, cf Clifton (Pianoforte), Messrs. SAINTON, and PAQUE.
Conductors : Messrs. J. BENEDICT, GEO. LAKE, and FRANCESCO BERGER.
Tickets, 10s. 6d. and 7s. 6d.; of Mad. Vinping, 13 Hanover Villas, Ladbroke Square, Notting Hill, W.; of the principal Music Warehouses, and at the Rooms.
ST. JAMES'S HALL.-Professor STERNDALE
BENETT'S ODE, Composed for the Opening of the Great Exhibition, will be performed under the Composer's direction, together with Auber's Grand March, written for the same occasion, at Mr. W. G, CUSIN'S GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT. Thursday Evening, June 5.
Stalls. 10s. 60.; Tickets, 5s., 38., and Is.: at 'the Music Warehouses ; at Austin's Ticket Once ; at the Hall, and of Mr. W.G. Cusins, 2A New Cavendish Street, Portland Place.
M RS. MEREST'S (late Maria B. Hawes) Second
T soiree will take place on Friday Evening next, May 16, at 7 Adelphi Terrace, under the Patronage of their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Cambridge and the Princess Mary Adelaide.
Vocalists : Mads. Weiss, LOUISA VINNING, and Mrrest; Herr REICHARDT, Messre. ALLAN IRVING, WHITEHOUSE, DESLIN, CARTER, SEYMOUR SMITH, and FERRARI.
Pianoforte : Mr. CHARLES HALLE ; Accompanyist, Herr EMILE BERGER.
Family Tickets, admitting three, One Guinea; Single Tickets, Half-a-Guinea ; to be had ot Mrs. Merest, 7 Adelphi Terrace.
Half-past eight O'clock.
TERR OBERTHUR begs to announce that his
I MORNING CONCERT will take place at the Hanover Square Rooms, on l'bursday, May 22.
Vocalists :''Miss STEELE, Miss STABBACH, Miss Billing, Miss Fisher, and Signor CIABATEA.
Inetrumentalists : Signor REGONDI, Mr. Lazarus, Herr JANSA, M. PAQUB, and Herr OBERTAUR. Conductors : Messrs. AQUILAR, G. LAKB, and W. CARTER.
Tickets, jos. 6d. and 78. 6d., at the principal Musicsellers; or of Herr Oberthür, 7 Talbot Terrace, Westbourne Park, W.
HARP MUSIC, BY BOLEYNE REEVES.
MTR. APTOMMAS'S HARP RECITAL on the followN1 ing Tuesdays, May 13, 27, June 10, 24, and July 8. The following eminent Artists will assist :
Vocalists : Mlle. PAREPA, Mad. FLORENCE LANCIA, Mad. LAURA BAXTER, Miss MESSENT, Miss RANSFORD; Mr. SWIFT, Sig. FORTUNA, Mr. ALLAN IRVING, Mr. LEONARD WALKER.
Piano: Herr Kuhe. Mr. CHARLES SALAMAN, Mr. G. A. OSBORNE, Mr. ARTHUR NAPOLEON ; Organ, Herr ENGEL; Violoncello, Mr. GEORGE COLLINS; Violin, Mr. H. Welst Hill; Harp, Mr. John Thomas, Herr OBERTHUR, Mr. APTOMMAS.
Conductors: M, BENEDICT, Herr WILHELM Ganz, M. EMILE BERGER, M. FRANCESCO BERGER, Sig. CAMPANA.
To commence, on each occasion, at 3 o'clock. . Tickets, 10s. 6s. and 78.; three tickets for one Recital, 15s.
Violoncello, Mr. Grorce OSBORNE, Mr. ARTAUR
Hill; Harp, Mr. Jous
(Shortly to appear :-) DIRGE. RONDO CAPRICCIOSO, in B flat. SONATA IMPETUOSA, in E flat major.
R. MILLS, 140 NEW BOND STREET.
SIG. GIULIO REGONDI and HERR LIDEL have
) the hopour to announce that they will give an ORCHESTRAL CONCERT at the Queen's Concert Rooms, Hanover Square, on Wednesday evening, May 14, 1862, to commence at half past eight o'clock precisely. Vocalists: Mlle. PAREPA and Mr. SANTLEY. Instrumentalists: Harp, Mr. BOLEYNE REEVES ; Guitar and Concertina, Sig.GIULIO REGONDI; Violoncello, Herr LIDEL. Conductor : Mr. ALFRED MELLON. Mr. FRANCESCO BERGER will preside at the Pianoforte.
Single tickets, Half-a-Guinea, Family Tickets (to admit three). 'One Guinea, may be had at all the principal Music Warehouses; of Sig. Giulio Regondi, 29 Dorset Place, Dorset Square, N. W.; and of Herr Lidel, 9 Osnaburgh Terrace, Regent's Park, NW.
MADAME LIND-GOLDSCHMIDT. EXETER HALL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, MAY 14. M R. MITCHELL begs to announce that arrangements
have been made for the performance of Three Oratorios, “ The Messiah," « The Creation," and "Elijah," the proceeds of which will be presented by Mr. and Mad. Goldschmidt respectively to the undermentioned Benevolent Institutions in
1. Wednesday Evening next, May 14, HANDEL'S “MESSIAH," in aid of the Hinde Street Institution, and other establishments for the relief of needlewomen in London.
2. Wednesday Evening, May 28, "THE CREATION," by HAYDN, in behalf of the Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, Brompton.
3. Wednesday Evening, June 4, MENDELSSOHN'S“ ELIJAH," in support of the Royal Society of Musicians and the Royal Society of Female Musicians. The principal vocal parts in these performances will be sustained by Mad. LIND-GOLDSCHMIDT, Miss PALMER, Mr. SIMS REEVES, Mr. W. H. Weiss, and Sig. BELLETTI. The BAND and CHORUS will comprise upwards of 500 performers. Conductor, Mr. OTTO GOLDSCHMIDT.
Reserved and Numbered Seats, One Guinea ; Unreserved Seats, Half-a-Guinea. Applications to be made at Mr. Mitchell's Royal Library, 33 Old Bond Street, w.
of Signor Pinsuti), are in Town for the Season. All communications for Engagements may be addressed to Mr. Jarrett, Musical and Concert Agent, at Messrs. Duncan Davison & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.
JULES DE GLIMES begs to announce that he W . will ARRIVE in London on June 1, when he will resume his Lessons in Singing and Harmony (Fétis' system).'
Letters to be addressed to the care of Messrs. BoosEY & Sons, Holles Street.
MISS ARABELLA GODDARD begs to inform her
V Friends and Pupils that she has REMOVED to No. 26 Upper Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square.
DOYAL SOCIETY OF FEMALE MUSICIANS.
TU Under the patronage of her Most Gracious Majesty the QUEEN.-It is respectfully announced that a CONCERT in aid of the funds for its distressed Members, will take place on Thursday Evening, May 22, at the Hanover Square Rooms.
Conductors : Mr. BENEDICT and Mr. FRANCESCO BERGER. Further particulars will be duly announced.
Donations and subscriptions will be thankfully received by the Secretary, J. W. Holland, 13 Macclesfield Street, Soho.
VLLE. GEORGI, having returned from the provinces,
is now at liberty to accept engagements for Oratorios, Concerts, &c. Address. Mr. H. Jarrett, Musical and Concert Agent, at Messrs. Duncan Davison & Co.'s Foreign Music Warehouse, 244 Regent Street, W.
VISS LOUISA VAN NOORDEN begs to announce
V her RETURN to Town for the Season, and requests that all Engagements be addressed to her Residence, 115 Great Russell Street, Bedford Square.
ST. JAMES'S HALL.-MR. JOHN FRANCIS
BARNETT'S GRAND EVENING CONCERT, Thursday, May 22, 1862. Vocalists: Mad. LEMMENS-SHERRING TON, Mad. Weiss, Mad. LAURA BAXTER, Mr. LEWIS THOMAS, and Mr. W. H. Weiss: the Orpheus Glee Union.
Instrumentalists: Violins, Herr B. MOLIQUB and Herr A. POLLITZER; Viola, M. GOFFRIE; Violoncello, M. PAQUB; Pianoforte, Mr. John FRANCIS BARNETT ; Accom. panyist, Mr. J. G. CALLCOTT.
Sofa Stalls and Balcony Stalls, 103. 60.; Reserved Seats, 5s.; Balcony, 3s.: Area and Gallery, Is. To be had at the principal Musicsellers ; at Mr. Austin's Ticket Office, 28 Piccadilly; and of Mr. Barnett, 21 Brecknock Crescent, Camden Road, N.W.
HERR LOUIS ENGEL has ARRIVED in Town for
I the Season. For Harmonium Lessons or Engagements, address Herr Engel, 57 Brompton Square, S. W.
MR. GEORGE HOGARTH, Secretary to the Philhar
V monic Society, begs to announce that he has Removed to No. 1 Bloomsbury Square, W.C.
TRS. JOHN MACFARREN'S MATINÉE of Piano11 forte Music at the Hanover Square Rooms on Saturday, May 17, to com. mence at 3 O'clock.
PROGRAMME. - Trio for Piano, Clarionet and Cello, Beethoven. SONATA Duo in B flat, for Piano and Cello, Mendelssohn. SONATA in E flat, for Piano and Violin, Beethoven. PIANO Solos of Paradier, Sterndale Bennett and Carl Mayer. VIOLIN SOLO, " Trille du Diable." Tartini. VOCAL PIECES of Mozart, Macfarren and Blumenthal. Executants:-Mrs. JOHN MACPARREN, Herr JOACHIM, Signor PIATTI, Mr. LAZARUS, Mad. GUERRABELLA, Mr. SANTLEY and Mr. WALTER MACFARREN, 15 Albert Street, Gloucester Gate, N.W.
VTISS HELEN HOGARTH, Teacher of Singing, begs 1 to announce that she has Removed to No. 1 Bloomsbury Square, W.c.
CHURCH ORGAN. W ANTED à Small ORGAN of first-class make
V suitable for a village church. Price from Seventy to a Hundred Pounds. Apply to " S." care of Mr. Ryalls, Musicseller, Birkenhead.
This day is published, price 3s. 6d., MwO LECTURES on the GENIUS of HANDEL, and
the DISTINCTIVE CHARACTER of his SACRED COMPOSITIONS. By the Very Rev. Dean RAMSAY. Delivered to the Members of the Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, in the Music Hall, January 6 and 13, 1862.
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Sons, Edinburgh and London.
SIGNOR AND SIGNORA BADIA have ARRIVED w in London for the Season.
For Singing Lessons, or Engagements, address Sig. Luigi Badia, 9 Markam Square, King's Road, Chelsea, S.W.
M R . SURMAN begs to announce that he will be happy
U to accept Engagements on behalf of Mad. TONNELIER (Prima Donna), for Oratorios, Concerts, Operas, &c.
For Terms, apply at Mr. Surman's Musical Repository, 9 Exeter Hall, Strand, W.C.
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