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THE LILY OF KILLARNEY, MESSRS. CRAMER, BEALE & WOOD'S A ROMANTIC OPERA,
NEW AND POPULAR PUBLICATIONS.
DION BOUCICAULT AND JOHN OXENFORD. IMEYERBEER'S GRAND CORONATION MARCH.
composed for the King of Prussia. MEYERBEER'S GRAND SCHILLER MARCH, performed by Godfrey's Band on the Opening of the International Exhibition.
MEYERBEER'S GRAND MARCH from “Lo Prophète," as solos or duets for the Pianoforte.
THE OPERA, COMPLETE, BOUND IN CLOTH, 258.
E E T H O V E N The Dream of St. Jerome,
Price 25. 60. ETTERER, E. Il Bacio (Valse d'Arditi). Price 4s. Ditto La Stella 2nd ditto.
ELLER, S. Deuzième Canzonette. Price 4s.
Rêveries d'une Promeneur Solitaire. Price 4s.
Douze Valses, in three Books, each, 2s. 6d.
- 2 6 DUET — The moon has rais'd the lamp above. (Hardress
and Danny Mann) - SONG-The above arranged as a song
- 20 SONG-It is a charming girl I love. (Myles.) In B flat and in A 2 6 SONG - In my wild mountain valley. (Éily.) In D and C minor 2 SONG, with CHORUS, ad lib.The Cruiskeen Lawn . . 2 6
Father Tom.) In D and in D flat -
(Illustrated). Price 38. RUCALOSSI, P. Moonlight Galop (Illustrated). Ditto
Water Lily Waltzes (Illustrated). Price 4s. OBERTS, H. S. La Belle Russe Waltzes (Illustrated). Ditto
Lass o' Gowrie Quadrilles (Illustrated). Price 3s. UVAL, E. Star of India Waltzes (Illustrated). Ditto
Ace of Hearts Waltzes (Illustrated). Price 4s. CROAL, G. Old England Quadrilles (Illustrated).
PIANOFORTE ARRANGEMENTS. THE OVERTURE. Arranged by the Author THE FAVOURITE AIRS. În two Books. W. H. Callcott Ditto. As Duets. In two Books. W. H. Callcott . THE FAVOURITE Airs. In two Books. Franz Nava · Ditto. As Duets. In two Books. Franz Nava . SET OF QUADRILLES. Charles Coote - DITTO. As Duets - SET OF QUADRILLES. “The Cruiskeen Lawn." Pierre Laroche.
Illustrated by Brandard - - - -
“ I'm alone" -
“ The Cruiskeen Lawn". KOHE. Fantasia on favourite Airs
, Grand Waltz
2. “The Lullaby" .
• 4. “Eily Mavourneen"
5. “I'm alone". 6. “The Colleen Bawn"
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VOCAL. (With Italian and Evglish Words.)
ALLA VITA CHE T'ARRIDE (Tell me not the grief), Aria
"I'R AWEN, Introductory Chorus ...
(To the Muse). 1. LLWYN ONN ...
... (The Ash Grove). 2. CODIAD YR HEDY
... (The Rising of the Lark). 3. AR HYD Y NOS
(All through the Night). 4. HOB Y DERI DANNO
... (Hoh a derry Danno). * 5. MOR VA RHUDDLAN
(The Plain of Rhuddlan). 6. DIVYRRWCH Y BRENIN
(The King's Delight). 7. Y FERCH O'R SCER
(The Maid of Sker). 8. Y GADLYS ...
(The Camp). 9. TORRIAD Y DYDD ...
(The Dawn of Day), 10. SERCH HUDOL ...
(Love's Fascination). 11. CLYCHAU ABERDYFI
(The Bells of Aberdovey). 12. GLAN MEDDWDOD MWYN ...
(The Joy of the Mead-cup). 13. RHYFELGYRCH GWYR HARLEC
(March of the Men of Harlech). 14. MERCH MEGAN ..
(Megan's Daughter). 15. NOS GALAN ...
(New Year's Eve). 16. Y FWYALCHEN
(The Blackbird). ... 17. CODIAD YR HAUL
(The Rising of the Sun). 18. DAFYDD Y GARREG V
(David of the White Ruck). 19. SYR HARRI DDU ...
(Black Sir Harry). 20. BUGEILIO'R GWENITH GWYN
Watching the Wheat). 21. DIFYRRWCH ARGLWYDDES OWAIN ... (Lady Owen's Delight). 22. TROS Y GARREG ... ...
(Over the Stone). 23. Y 'DERYN PUR ...
(The Dove). 24. Y BARDD YN EI AWEN
(The Inspired Bard). FFARWEL Y; TELYNOR I'W ENEDI." GOL WLAD
... (The Minstrel's Adieu to his
... Che Rising. White Ros
Complete in Two Volumes, price one guinea each. And the separate numbers, either as song, or quartet, price two shillings each. The Harmonized Voice-parts, published separately, for the conveniency of Choral Societies, price Threepence per page. Also Welsh Melodies for the Harp, by JOHN THOMAS, in Two Volumes, price 21s, each, or in separate numbers, 2s.6d. and 3s. each.
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Thoroughly Revised and partly Rewritten,
Extract from. Preface.. “A great number of Studies for the Pianoforte already exist, solely intended to form the mechanism of the fingers.
“ In writing a series of short characteristic pieces, I have aimed at a totally different object.
“I wish to habituate both Students and Amateurs to execute a piece with the expression, grace, elegance, or energy required by the peculiar character of the composition ; more particularly have I endeavoured to awaken in them a feeling for Musical Rhythm, and a desire for the most exact and complete interpretation of the Author's intentions.
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Vol. 40—No. 24
SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862
PRICE 5d. Stamped
M. THALBERG’S VERDI'S EXHIBITION CANTATA NEW COMPOSITIONS,
PIANOFORTE AND VOICES. AS PERFORMED AT HIS CONCERTS IN LONDON.
No. 13. — Serenade from “ Il Barbiere.”
14.—Duet from “ Zauberflöte.”
“Among the hitherto unknown compositions were some selections from the "Art of Singing applied to the Piano Transcriptions' of Operatic Melodies, arranged in M. Thalberg's ornate and elaborate manner, invaluable to Pianists who believe that the instrument of their choice can, under skilful management, emulate the violin itself in the delivery of cantabile passages.”—The Times.
ST. JAMES'S HALL, Piccadilly.- Mad. LIND
GOLDSCHMIDT. Mad. LOUISA MICHAL, and Mlle. TITIENS, M.
The Sisters MARCHISIO, Mad. GuERRABELLA, Sig. GIUGLINI, Sig. GIRALDONI, Sig.
Acting Committee : President, his Excellence the MARQUIS D'AZEGLIO; Vice-
The Programme of the Concert will comprise a Duet by Mad. GOLDSCHMIDT and
Prices of Admission : Reserved and Numbered Seats, One Guinea : Unreserved
e of the Concer
LONDON: · BOOSEY & SONS, HOLLES STREET. No. 24
MR. SIMS REEVES'S NEW SONG,
BOOSEY & SONS, Holles Street.
REETHOVEN ROOMS, 76 Harley Street, Cavendish PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. SEVENTH CON.
quare. Under the immediate Patronage of
CERT, on Monday, June 16.
Sinfonia in A (Mendelssohn); Concerto Violoncello, Sig. PIATTI, MS. first time of
performance (Piatti); Concerto Concertante, Pianoforte, Violin, and Violoncello, The Countess of Ripon The Lady Radstock
Messrs. CUSINS, JOACHIM, and Pianti (Beethoven); Sinfonia in D (Beethoven); Over.
The Dowager Lady Knatchbull The Hon. Mrs. Knox
ture, " Jessonda" (Spohr).
Vocal Performer: Mlle. TITIENS.
Conductor : Professor STERNDALE BENNETT.
Tickets, 158. each. To be had of Messrs. Addison, Hollier & Lucas, 210 Regent The Hon. Lady Filmer
ST. JAMES'S HALL.-FRIDAY EVENING, July 4, above Rooms, to take place Thursday, June 19, 1862. Assisted by eminent artists.
Tickets, Jos. 6d.; Family Tickets, One Guinea. To be obtained of Cramer, Beale 1862, to commence at Eight o'clock._WELSH NATIONAL MUSIC, sung
kind Assistance of the Members of the Vocal Association, the West London Madrigal
Vocalists: Miss EDITH WYNNE (Eos Cymry), Miss Banks, Mr. WILBYE COOPER, ST. JAMES'S HALL. - NEW PHILHARMONIC
and Mr. LEWIS THOMAS.
Harps : Messrs. J. BALSIR CHATTERTON, FREDERICK CHATTERTON, WRIGHT, OBERCONCERT.-Conductor : Dr. WYLDE.
THUR, TRUST, CHESHIRE, LAYLAND, LOCKWOOD, ELLIS ROBERTS, GEORGE, WEIPPERT, The LAST CONCERT of the Season will take place on Wednesday Evening, June and APTOMMAS; Mesdames BOHRER, COOPER, Davies, DRYDEN, and O'LEARY VIN18, at Eight o'clock; and the PUBLIC REHEARSAL on Saturday Afternoon, June 14, NING ; Misses BULKELEY and TRUST ; and Mr, JOHN THOMAS. at Half-past Two, when will be performed Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony, and other
Conductor: Mr. BENEDICT. great orchestral works.
Sofa Stalls, 10s. 6d.; Balcony, 58.; Area, 38.; Gallery and Back Area, Is. Orchestra and Choir of 300 Performers.
Applications for SOFA Stalls to be made to Mr. John Thomas, 109 Great Portland Vocalists : Mad. LOUISE MICHAL (of Her Majesty's Theatre) and Mlle. SOPHIL
Tickets to be obtained at Addison, Hollier & Lucas's, 210 Regent Street: Cramer,
Beale & Wood's, 201 Regent Street; at Keith, Prowse & Co.'s, 48 Cheapside ; at Pianoforte: Herr RUBINSTEIN,
Jullien's, 214 Regent Street ; at Chappell & Co.'s, 50 New Bond Street ; at Cocks & Tickets for the Public Rehearsal-Stalls, 78.; Balcony, 5s, and 33.; Gallery and Area,
Co.'s, 6 New Burlington Street; and at Mr. Austin's Ticket Office, 28 Piccadilly. 1s. For the Concert-Stalls, 10s. 6d.: other seats, 78., 53., 38. and Is. Cramer and Co., 201 Regent Street: Mr. Austin's Ticket Office, St. James's Hall.
ST. JAMES'S HALL. — MR. BENEDICT has the
honour to announce his ANNUAL GRAND MORNING CONCERT on MR. APTOMMAS'S FIFTH HARP RECITAL, on Monday, June 30. The Programme is now ready.
Immediate application for ihe few remaining Sofa and Balcony Stalls, One Guinea 11 Tuesday, June 24, at Three o'clock, assisted by Mlle. PAREPA, Mr. WILBYB
each, is respectfully solicited. Reserved Seats in the Area and Balcony, 10s. 6d., may COOPEB, Herr OBERT&ua, &c.
be obtained at the principal Music-sellers', and of Mr. Benedict, 2 Manchester Square. Conductor: Sig. CAMPANA. Mr. APTOMMAS will play WEBBR'S CONCERT-STUCK, several Morceaux by De WITTE, Mr. CHARLES SALAMAN, &c., and a Grand Duo for two harps (from “Les NUEEN'S CONCERT ROOMS, Hanover Square. — Huguenots”) with the Composer, Mr. CHARLES OBERTHUR. Tickets, 5s, and 10s. 6d. At the music shops, and of Mr. Aptommas, 6 Laighton
6 MR, ARTHUR NAPOLEON begs to announce that his GRAND MORNING Grove, Kentish Town, N.W.
CONCERT will take place at the above rooms, on Thursday, June 26, 1862 ; on which occasion he will be assisted by the following distinguished artists
Mlles. CARLOTTA and BARBARA MARCHISIO; Mad. LETIZIA BORGOGNONI (prima
donna from “la Scala" in Milan, and all the principal Italian Theatres; her first apQUEEN'S CONCERT ROOMS, Hanover Square.
pearance in London), Mad, Nita NORRIE, Miss HeYWOOD, and Mlle, PAREPA; Signor Mad. SHEPHERD LEY has the honour to announce to her Friends and the BETTINI, Mr. WALTER BOLTON, Signor GASSIER, Signor CosSELLI, and Signor ZOC
Public that her GRAND MORNING CONCERT will take place at the above CHINI (by kind permission of Mr. Napoleon). Rooms, on Tuesday Morning, June 17, 1862, at Hall-past Two o'clock precisely.
Pianists : Herr Paver and Mr. ARTHUR ŃAPOLEON ; Violinist, Herr A. POLLITZER Vocalists: Mad, LEMMENS-SHERRINGTON, Mad. SHEPHERD LEY, Miss MESSENT, Miss Violoncello, M. PAQUE; Harp, Mr. APTOMMAS. RANSFOP.1), and Mrs. MEREST (late Miss Maria B. Hawes); Mr. HENRY MURLAND (his Conductors : Herr WILHELM GANZ and Mr. EDWARD LAND. first appearance in England), and Mr. L. MONTGOMERY.
Concert to begin at Half-past Two o'clock. Instrumentalists: Planoforte, Herr WILHELM COENEN (his first appearance in Enge - Reserved Seats, 10s. 6d.; Unreserved, 7s. 60. To be obtained of Messrs. Cramer, land); Violoncello, Herr Lipel.
Beale & Wood, Chappell & Co., Schott & Co., and all the principal musicsellers. Conductor: Sig. ALBERTO RANDEGGER. Stalls (Numbered and Reserved), Half-a-Guinea ; Unreserved Seats, 5s.; Back Seats, 3s.
M RS. MEREST (late Miss Maria B. Hawes) has the
1 honour to announce that her GRAND MORNING CONCERT will take
place on Tuesday, June 24, in the Picture Gallery of Dudley House, Park Lane-the THALBERG'S MATINEES, Hanover Square Rooms.
Earl of Dudley having most kindly offered it for the occasion. Under the immediate
patronage of their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Cambridge, the Grand Duchess of 1 S. THALBERG has the honour to announce that his MATINEE and LAST
Mecklenburg Strelitz, and the Princess Mary Adelaide, APPEARANCE BUT TWO will take place on Monday next, June 16.
Artists already, engaged: Mlle. TITIENS, Mad. Weiss, Miss MELLAR, Mrs. MEREST: The only other occasions S. THALBERG can possibly appear in London this Season
Herr REICHARDT, Mr. Weiss, Mr. LAZARUS, and Mr. CHARLES HALLE. are Saturday, June 28, and Monday, July 7.
Tickets, One Guinea each, To be had ot Mrs. Merest, 7 Adelphi Terrace, and at the Each Matinée to commence at Half-past Two o'clock.
libraries and inusic shops. Stall Tickets, One Guinea ; Unreserved Seats, 10s. 6d. May be had at Mitchell's, Ollivier's, Chappell's. Cock & Hutchings', Bond Street ; Cramer & Co.'s, Regent Street: Keith & Prowse's, Cheapside, and of S. Thalberg's Secretary, Hanover Square MR. KUHE begs to announce that his GRAND Rooms,
1 ANNUAL MORNING CONCERT will take place on Thursday, June 26, at St. James's Hall, at 3 o'clock,
Vocalists : Mesdames Lemmens-SHBRRINGTON, GUERRABELLA, STEELE, and SAINTONST. JAMES'S HALL.—THURSDAY, June 26, 1862. DOLBY ; Messrs. RBICARDT, TENNANT, and FORMES.
Violin: M. SAINTON. 'Harp : Mr. APTOMMAS. Pianoforte : Mr. KUHE. D Mr. HENRY LESLIE'S CHOIR.-GRAND FESTIVAL CONCERT.
Conductors: MM. Benedict and FRANCESCO BERGER. First Union of the Ist and 2nd Choirs, making a Choir of 200 Voices.
Sora Stalls. 103. 6d.; Reserved Seats, 5s.; Balcony Seats, 38., Area Seats, 3s.; GalThe Programme will be selected from the extensive repertoire of the Choir, and
lery, 2s. To be had of Mr. Kuhe, 12 Bentinct Street, Manchester Square, W.; of Mr. will include Mendelssohn's "Judge me, O Lord," Meyerbeer's “ Pater Noster," and
Austin, Ticket Office, St. James's Hall; and of all the principal Musicsellers. Handel's " Hallelujah Chorus,"
The following distinguished artists have been engaged :-Mad, LEMMENS-SHERRINGTON, Herr JOACHIM, and Mr. CHARLES HALLE.
MRS. JOHN HOLMAN ANDREWS' MATINEE of Stalls, ss.; Balcony, 28. 6d.; and Area, Is. Can be obtained with Programme at the - CLASSICAL CHAMBER MUSIC will take place on Friday next, June 20th, leading Musicsellers, at Austin's Ticket Office, 28 Piccadilly, and at the Hanover at her Residence, 50 Bedford Square, Square Rooms.
Instrumentalists : MM. BLAGROVE, CLEMENTI, R. BLAGROVE, DAUBERT, and KLIND-
Vocalists : Miss LOUISA PYNE and Miss Susan PYNE.
MRS. ANDREWS' SOIREE MUSICALE on Wednesday, July 2nd. Evening, June 14.
Tickets, 108. 6d. each, may be obtained at the Music Warehouses, and of Mrs. Vocalists : Miss GRACE DELAFIELD, Mrs. HELEN PERCY, Miss CLARA West, Miss Holman Andrews. FOSBROKE, and Miss SUSANNA COLE; Mr. HENRY REGALDI, Mr. SEYMOUR SMITH, Mr. CHAPLIN HENRY, and Mr. W. H. Weiss. Instrumentalists : Miss S. L. KILPACK, Miss LUCY MURRAY, Herr EMILE BEAM, and
ERR REICH ARDT will sing his Popular Mr. JOHN FRANCIS BARNETT. Conductors : Mr. HENRY BAUMER, Mr. J. G. CALLCOTT, and Mr. GEORGE LAKE.
“CRADLE SONG” Stalls, 5s.: Reserved Seats, 28. 60.; Back Seats, Is. Tickets at all the principal Musicsellers, and at Miss Fosbroke's, 243 Maida
(Good Night), Vale, W.
at MISS STANTON'S CONCERT, MYDDELTON HALL; MISS LIZZIE WILSON'S CONCERT, HANOVER SQUARE Rooms; HERR KUHE'S GRAND CONCERT,
St. James's Hall ; and HERR GANZ'S CONCERT, HANOVER SQUARE Rooms. M ISS JANE STANTON begs to announce the first IV GRAND CONCERT by the Ladies Vocal Trio Union, aided by Mlle. PAREPA,
MEYERBEER'S GRAND EXHIBITION OVERHerr REICHARDT, and other distinguished Artists, at Myddelton Hall, Islington, Wednesday, June 18, at 8 o'clock.
| TURE will be Performed at Mr. BENEDICT'S MORNING CONCERT, Tickets, 5s., 38., 2s., and 1s., at 19 Noel Street, Islington, N.
St. James's Hall, June 30.