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S. THALBERG'S
NE W PIANOFORTE WORKS,

MESSRS. CRAMER, BEALE & WOOD'S

NEW AND POPULAR PUBLICATIONS.

AS PERFORMED IN HIS CONCERTS :
LES SOIRÉES DE PAUSILIPPE,

MEYERBEER'S GRAND CORONATION MARCH,
HOMMAGE À ROSSINI,

composed for the King of Prussia.

MEYERBEER'S GRAND SCHILLER MARCH, performed by Godfrey's Band 24 PENSÉES MUSICALES, OP. 75.

on the Opening of the International Exhibition.

MEYERBEER'S GRAND MARCH from "Le Prophète,". as solos or duets for

the Pianoforte. Divided in 6 Books, each containing 4 Pensées Musicales.

RUDIMENTS OF HARMONY, by G. A. MAC-
IL FARREN.

Price 75. 6d.
Book 1.
ANDANTINO en La bémol | MODERATO en Mi naturel

ETH O V E N The Dream of St. Jerome. AGITATO en La mineur | ANDANTINO en Ré naturel

Price 2s. 6d.
Book 2.
TARENTELLE en Sol mineur

KETTERER, E. Il Bacio (Valse d'Arditi). Price 4s. | ANDANTINO en Mi bémol

Ditto
La Stella
2nd ditto.

Price 48. LENTO en Ut majcur

| PRESTO en La mineur Book 3.

ELLER, S. Deuxième Canzonette. Price 4s. ANDANTINO en Ré naturel | CANTABILE cn Si béinol

Ditto

Reveries d'une Promeneur Solitaire. Price 4s.

Ditto ALLEGRETTO en Fa naturel | ALLEGRETTO en Ré bémol

Douze Valses, in three Books, each, 2s. 64. Book 4.

RACH, J. S. Gavotte in G Minor, and Musette in G ADAGIO en Si bémol ALLEGRETTO en Ré naturel

Major, performed by CHARLES HALLE. Price Is. 6d.

Sarabande in E Minor, Passapied in E Major, and Garotte in PRESTO en Sol mineur ALLEGRETTO en Ré bémol.

Ditto

G Major, performed by CHARLES HALLE. Price 2s. 60 Book 5. ADAGIO en Fa naturel MARCIA en Ré mincur

DANCE MUSIC. MOLTO VIVACE en Si mineur | ALLEGRO en Si bémol

BROWNE T. Tam o Shanter Galop (Illustrated). Book 6.

Price 3s. ALLEGRETTO en La mincur | ALLEGRETTO en Ré mineur ANDANTINO en Si majeur POLACCA cn La bémol MONTGOMERY, W. H. Ye Whittington Polka Price of each Book, 4s.

(llustrated). Price 38. Published by SCHOTT & CO., 159 Regent Street, W. RUCALOSSI, P. Moonlight Galop (Illustrated).

Price 3s.
Ditto

Water Lily Waltzes (Illustrated). Price 4s. WELSH MELODIES,

OBERTS, H. S. La Belle Russe Waltzes (Illustrated).
WITH

Price 4s.
Ditto

Lass o. Gowrie Quadrilles (Illustrated). Price 3s. WELSH AND ENGLISH POETRY,

T UVAL, E. Star of India Waltzes (Illustrated). arranged for

Price 4s.
ONE OR FOUR VOICES,

Ditto

Ace of Hearts Waltzes (Illustrated). Price 45. with accompaniment for

CROAL, G. Old England Quadrilles (Illustrated).
HARP OR PIANOFORT E,

Price 4s.
Ditto

Old Scotland Quadrilles (Illustrated). Price 4s.
Ditto

Old Ireland Quadrilles (do.) Price 4s. JOHN THOMAS (PENCERDD Gwalia). The Welsh Poetry by TalhaiARN. The English Poetry by T. OLIPHANT, Esq.

VOCAL MUSIC.

LD ENGLISH DITTIES, selected from CHAPPR AWEN, Introductory Chorus ...

... (To the Muse).

U PELL'S POPULAR MUSIC of thé OLVEN TIME, arranged by G. A. 1. LLWYN ONN ...

(The Ash Grove).

MACFARREN. Vol. I. 10$. ; in separate books, 5s. each ; in single numbers, Is. each. 2. CODIAD YR HEDY

... (The Rising of the Lark). 3. AR HYD Y NOS

(All through the Night). 4. HOB Y DERI DANNO

MOORE'S IRISH MELODIES, ARRANGED by

(Hoh a derry Danno). 5. MORVA RHUDDLAN

... (The Plain of Rhuddlan).

W G. A. MACFARREN. In one volume, £1 Is.; in separate books, 5s. each; 6. DIVYRRWCH Y BRENIN

... (The King's Delight).

in single numbers, is, each. 7. Y FERCH O'R SCER

(The Maid of Sker. 8. Y GADLYS ... ...

(The Camp).

A SELECTION OF POPULAR SCOTCH SONGS, 9. TORRIAD Y DYDD OD ... ...

(The Dawn of Day). 10. SERCH HUDOL

(Love's Fascination).

arranged by G. A. MACFARREN. In separate bouks, 5s. each; in single num11. CLYCHAU ABERDYFI ...

(The Bells of Aberdovey). bers, Is. each. 12. GLAN MEDD WDOD MWYN ...

(The Joy of the Mead-cup). 13. RHYFELGYRCH GWYR HARLEO

(March of the Men of Harlec SMART, HENRY. “ Thro' every Chance and Change,” 14. MERCH MEGAN ...

(Megan's Daughter). 15. NOS GALAN ... (New Year's Ere).

Sung by Madame Laura Baxter. Price 28. 6d. 16. Y FWYALCHEN

(The Blackbird).

Ditto

“ Tell me, sweet Zephyr," Song. Price 25. 6d. 17. CODIAD YR HAUL

(The Rising of the Sun).
Ditto

Price 25. Gd.

" I'll tell you why I'd like to be a Rose." 18. DAFYDD Y GARREG W

(David of the White Rock).

Ditto

" I dream of thee at Morn." Price 28, 6d. 19. SYR HARRI DDU ...

(Black Sir Harrs).
Ditto

Price 28. 6d.

" The magic of the flowers." 20. BUGEILIO'R GWENITH GWYN

Watching the Wheat). 21. DIFYRRWCH ARGLWYDDES OWAIN ... (Lady Owen's Delight).

R I, F. “ Tho' all should forsake thee," Song. 22. TROS Y GARREG ... ...

(Over the Stone). 23. Y 'DERYN PUR ...

Price 2s.6d. .. (The Dove). 24. Y BARDD YN EI AWEN

... (The Inspired Bard). FFARWEL Y TELYNOR I'W ENEDI.

RAMSDEN, A. “I love none else but thec," Song. GOL WLAD .. ... ... .. ... (The Minstrel's Adieu to his

Price 2s. 60. natire Land).

by

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 convenienc. 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 38, each,

LONDON : ADDISON, HOLLIER & LUCAS, 210 REGENT STREET.

LONDON:
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PIANOFORTE GALLERY, 207 ANV 209 REGENT. STREET./

In the Press,

A NEW EDITION OF THE PIANOFORTE

STUDIES

BY

STEPHEN HELLER,

Thoroughly Revised and partly Rewritten,
Published under the immediate superintendence of the Composer.

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.

“ STEPHEN HELLER.”

THE EDITION CONSISTS OF FIFTEEN: BOOKS, PRICE SIX SHILLINGS EACH,

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THE LILY OF KILLARNEY, METZLER & CO'S A ROMANTIC OPERA,

POPULAR EDITION OF

VERDIS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL OPERA,
DION BOUCICAULT AND JOHN OXENFORD,

TON BALLO IN MASCHERA.
COMPOSED BY
J. BENEDICT.

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NEW MUSIC FOR THE PIANOFORTE.

VOCAL.

(With Italian and English Worde.) ACT I.

ALLA VITA CHE T'ARRIDE (Tell me not the grief). Aria OVERTURE . .

4 0 1

DI TU SE FEDELE (Row on, our daily toil is done). Barcarolle

ERI TU CHE MACCHIAVI QUELL' ALMA (My heart so sad). SONG—A bachelor's life. (Hardress)

2 6

MORRO MA PRIMA (When others left me). Preghiera DUET- The moon has rais'd the lamp above. (Hardress

SAPER VORRESTE (The joys of childhood's day). Canzone ...

VOLTA LA TERRBA (Joy's sair bower). Ballata ... and Danny Mann) .

... ... ... ... 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

: PIANOFORTE ARRANGEMENTS. SONG - In my wild mountain valley. (Eily.) In D and C minor 2 6 OSCAR.” Mazurka. Mad. Oury

DEUX SOUVENIRS (Nos. 1 and 2) (easy). SONG, with CHORUS, ad lib.The Cruiskeen Lawn - - 26

FANTAISIE. H. W. GOODBAN ...

MAZURKA. F. EAVESTAFF
ACT II.
CHORUS- The Hunting Chorus

3 6

DANCE MUSI O. AIR and DUET—The eye of love is keen. (A.Chute & Hardress) 4 0

(All Illustrated in Colours with different scenes from the Opera'. SCENA- A lowly peasant girl. (Danny Mann) - - 3 6

MASKED BALL QUADRILLES. T. BROWNE ROMANCE (separately)—The Colleen Bawn. (Danny Mann) 2 6

GALOP. T. BROWNE BALLAD– I'm alone. (Eily.) In E flat and in c .

2 6

WALTZES. T. BROWNE ...

POLKA. T. BROWNE DUET - I give the best advice. (Eily and Myles) :

4 0 VALSE. NADAUD . .. .*

GALOP. NADAUD ... ... ..
ACT III.

TARENTELLE. NADAUD
SONG- The Lullaby. (Myles). In A and in F -

26
The three last named are from the incidental Ballet Music, and are the sole copyright

of METZLER & CO.
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) 26
BALLAD- Eily Mavourneen. (Hardress). In F and in D : 26
RONDO FINALE-By sorrow tried severely. (Eily)

MADAME OURY.
PIANOFORTE ARRANGEMENTS.

SUNSHINE. Valse de Salon

OSCAR. Mazurka. “ Un Ballo in Maschera" THE OVERTURE. Arranged by the Author .

4 0 LA CHASSE DE COMPIEGNE. Fantaisie .... THE FAVOURITE AIRS. In two Books. W. H. Callcott • 5 ROSALIE, THE PRAIRIE FLOWER. Impromptu

0 1

KING OF ITALY'S GRAND MARCH. Transcription ...
Ditto. As Duets. In two Books. W. H. Callcott . - 6 0

GARIBALDI'S HYMN ...
THE FAVOURITE AIRS. In two Books. Franz Nava , . 5 0
DITTO. As Duets. In two Books. Franz Nava

• 6 0

ASCHER. SET OF QUADRILLES. Charles Coote .

. 4 0 ESPOIR DU CŒUR. Mélodie

"* MARCHE DES AMAZONES ...

"*" "** DITTO. As Duets - .

4 .

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VIRGINSKA. Mazurka Elégante SET OF QUADRILLES. “The Cruiskeen Lawn.” Pierre Laroche. • Illustrated by Brandard

4 0

H. W. GOODBAN. Waltz. “Eily Mavourneen." Chas. Coote. Illus. by Brandard

LE CHANT DES PECHEURS. Barcarolle... SET OF WALTZES. Pierre Laroche. Illustrated by Brandard 4 0

MOONLIGHT ON THE GONDOLA. Nocturne ... GALOP. Pierre Laroche - .

2 61 GENTLE ANNIE Transcription BRINLEY RICHARDS, “Eily Mavourneen”

“ I'm alone" -
“ It is a charming girl I love"

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METZLER & CO,'S New Vocal Catalogue is now Ready, and may “ The Cruiskeen Lawn".

be had on application. KOHE, Fantasia on favourite Airs ,

.

Grand Waltz

. G. A. OSBORNE. Fantasia on favourite Airs.

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A very large and Varied Stock always on hand.
No. 1. “In my wild mountain valley”

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4. “Eily Mavourneen".
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THE

ENGLISH OPERA ASSOCIATION

(LIMITED).

Incorporated pursuant to the Provisions of the Acts for the Regulation of Joint Stock Companies and other Associations, 1856, 1857, 1858, whereby

the Shareholders' liability is strictly limited to the amount of capital subscribed.

CAPITAL, £50,000, In Shares of £2 each, of which sum £1 per Share is to be paid on Allotment, and the remaining £1 per Share is to be called up (if necessary) at

intervals of not less than three months, and by payinonts not exceeding five shillings for each instalment.

PRIVILEGES OF SHAREHOLDERS.

The holder of 5 Shares to be entitled to a Ticket (not transferable) to One Performance during the Season.

similar Ticket to 2 separate Performances

10

15

20

25

50

100 to a like Ticket to every Performance.

TEMPORARY OFFICES. 69 REGENT STREET, W., Next ST. JAMES'S HALL.

TRUSTEES.
To be appointed at a General Meeting of Sharcholders.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
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Street, W.
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The Hon. F. H. F. BERKELEY, M P., 1 Victoria Square, Pimlico, S.W.
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BANKERS.
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i SECRETARY.
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CONDUCTOR and MUSICAL DIRECTOR.

HENRY LESLIE, Esq., 59 Conduit Street, W.

STAGE MANAGER.

Mr. George ELLIS | (Manager of Her Majesty's Dramatic Performances at Windsor Castle).

ADDRESS.

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THE ENGLISR OPERA AssocIATION (Limited) is founded for the purpose of establishing a National Institution to produce and maintain on the English Stage, in an elective and complete manner, the Works of Native Composers; and likewise English Adaptations or Translations from the French, German, Italian, and other Schools.

re but a genial England possesses Composers of unquestioned genius and ability, and there can be little doubt that she possesses gerins of Musical Talent which require but a genia atmosphere for their full and entire development. Hitherto the foriner have been dependent on individual enterprise ani energy for the exhibition of their matured powers, whilst the latter have been chilled and retarded by the uncertainties and contingencies to which such enterprises must always be necessarily sunjected.

To provide against these, and to e-tablish, on a permanent basis, an Institution capable of producing in an effective manner the Works of living Artists, and of fostering and encouraging a love of Musical Performances, is ihe main object of the founders of this Association ; and it is to be hoped that, ere long, England will be freed from the stigma of encouraging the Music of every country but her own.

By securing ample canital, the Association will be able at once to present to the public tre choicest productions of the most Eminent Masters, and to give Permanent tai gagements to a large number of gifted Composers, Singers, Instrumentalists, and other Artists.

Whilst obtaining these advantages, and advancing the Musical Taste of the Public, it is believed that the Shareholders will likewise reap a reward commensurate with to enterprise ; and that, by judicious management, the Executive Committee will further be enabled to lay aside periodically a Reserve Fund to provide against contingencies.

The Committee are directing their attention to secure one of the Principal Theatres.

Offers of Original Operas have already been made from John BARNETT, G. A. MACFARREN, HOWARD GLOVER, H. H. PIERSON, J. L. HATTON, HENRY SMART, HENRY LESLIE, and W. VINCENT WALLACE.

The List of Shareholders at present embraces the names of several of the principal Composers and Artists in the United Kingdom, and a large and influential class of individuals, and may be seen at the Company's Offices, 69 Regent Street, where also Prospectuses and Forms of Application for Shares may be had, and every information obtaindu

The Committee will not allot a less number than five Shares; and as it is not intended at present to allot the whole number of Shares, early application should be made Each Shareholder's l'ability is strictly limited by Act of Parliament to the Amount of Shares individually Subscribed,

Forms of application for Shares, and Prospectuses, may also be procured of CRAMER, BEALE & Wood, 201 Regent Street; ADDISON, HOLLIER & Lucas, 210 Regent streeri HAMMOND & Co. (late JI'LLIEN), 214 Rekent Street; CHAPPELL & Co., 50 New Bond Street; IOOSEY & SONS, 24 and 28 Holles Street; R. Cocks & Co., 6 New Burlington Street ; D'ALMAINE & Co., 114 New Bond Street ; COCK, HUTCHINGS & Co., 63 New Bond Street; Duff & Hodgsox, 20 Oxford Street ; CHARLES JEFFERTS, 21A Soho Square: RUDALL, Rose, CARTE & Co., 20 Charing Cross; METZLER & Co., 37, 38 and 35 Great Marlborough Street ; R. A. Rust & Co., 34 Great Marlborough Street; KEITH, PRUS & Co, 4* Cheapside ; Mr. MITCHELL, Old Bond Street ; Mr. Sans, St. James's Street : Woop & Co., Edinbro'; H. RUSSELL, Dublin ; Hime & Co., Liverpool ; Wood & Co Glasgow ; HIME, ADDISON & Co., Manchester; HOPKINSON Brothers, Leeds: RUSSELL, Birmingham; HART, Belfast ; RUSSELL, Oxford ; T. Wood, Cambridge; A. Rocell, Cork; J. MARSR and H. BANKS, York; SIMMS, Bath ; HORN & STORY, Newcastle ; WRIGHT, Brighton, NAYLOR, Scarbro'; and MILNE, Jersey.

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NEW COMPOSITIONS,

Incorporated pursuant to the Provisions of the Acts for the Regulation

of Joint Stock Companies and other Associations, 1856, 1857, 1858,
whereby the Shareholders' liability is strictly limited to the amount of IAS PERFORMED AT HIS CONCERTS IN LONDON.
capital subscribed.

CAPITAL, £50,000,
In Shares of $2 each, of which sum £1 per Share is to be paid on

Allotment, and the remaining £1 per Share is to be called up (if
necessary) at intervals of not less than three months, and by payments
not exceeding five shillings for each instalment.

AN ORIGINAL COMPOSITION FOR THE PIANO. PRIVILEGES OF SHAREHOLDERS. The holder of 5 Shares to be entitled to a Ticket (not transferable) to one Perform

PRICE 4s. similar Ticket to 2 performances during the season. “An exquisite Romance, which no imitator, however ingenious,

could have written-as quaint, as fascinating, and at the same time as

Thalbergian as anything of the kind that has been produced for years." to a like Ticket to every Performance.

The Times,

THALBERG'S BALLADE,

ance during the Season.

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TEMPORARY OFFICES. 69 Regent St., W., Next St. James's Hall.

THALBERG'S ART OF SINGING,

APPLIED TO THE PIANO.

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Hor square, W.

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Chandos Wren Hoskyns, Esq., 27 Berkeley Square, W.
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Alexander H. Ross, Esq., 60 Portland Place, W.

AUDITORS.
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G. Wood, Esq. (Messrs. Cramer Beale & Wood), 201 Regent Street, W.

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT.
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BANKERS.
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SOLICITOR.
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SECRETARY.
Martin Cawood, Esq., 14 Stanhope Street, Regent's Park, N.W.
CONDUCTOR and MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
Henry Leslie, Esq., 59 Conduit Street, W.

STAGE MANAGER.
Mr. George Ellis (Manager of Her Majesty's Dramatic Performances at Windsor Castle)

No. 13. — Serenade from “ Il Barbiere.”

14.-Duet from “ Zauberflöte.”
15.—Barcarole from “Giani di Calais.”
16.—" La ci darem” and trio, “ Don Juan.”,
17.-Serenade by Grétry.
18.-Romance from “Otello."

“ 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.

THE ENGLISH OPERA AssoctATION (Limited) is founded for the purpose of establishing a National Institution to produce and maintain on the English Stage, in an effective and complete manner, the Works of Native Composers ; and likewise English Adaptations or Translations from the French, German, Italian, and other Schools.

Prospectuses, and Forms of Application for Shares, may be obtained at the Company's Office, 69 Regent St, and all the principal Musicsellers in Town and Country. June 20.

MARTIN CAWOOD, Secretary.

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