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master all the difficulties it presents ; on the contrary, amid her evident SPA.-A well-attended concert has been given by MM. Vieuxtemps, inexperience Miss Spinnie exhibits qualifications to warrant a belief Auguste Dupont, and Delabarre. Among the artists who will take that she may one day become a genuine pianist - viz., a good touch, part in concerts during the season are M. Louis Brassin ; M. Lebouc, legitimate tone, considerable fluency, unaffected expression, and abun- violoncellist ; M. Jaëll; Mlle. Dorus; M. and Mad. Léonard ; Mlle. dant spirit ; and when to these is added mechanical certainty - that Jenny Meyer ; and Mad. Mayer-Boulart, who has selected this pleasant indispensable acquirement in which she is now deficient - it will be and fashionable watering-place as her summer residence. strange if she does not progress as rapidly as her best friends could PESTH.---Mile. Artot has sung twice, in Hungarian, the part of Maria desire. She should, nevertheless, be advised that to play a Concerto Gara in the national opera of Huniady Lazlo, the composer having written for pianoforte and orchestra, not only without orchestra, but | obligingly added, for her especial benefit and behoof, a cadence bristling with nothing to replace the orchestra in the shape of accompaniment, is with difficulties. inadmissible.
HAMBURGH. —Since its first production here, towards the end of January, M. Gounod's Faust has been represented forty-three times. This is absolutely unprecedented in Germany. - Mendelssohn's Letters have already reached a third edition.
Ems.-M. Meyerbeer is at present stopping here, in the enjoyment
of perfect health. “HARP RECITALS.”
MUNICH. - Herr Leopold Lenz died on the 19th of June. He was SIR,--I beg to state that the non-appearance of Mad. BOCHKOLTZ
born, at Passau, on July 22, 1804. He formerly was engaged at the
Royal Opera House, and, as a composer, produced several songs which FALRONI at my last Harp Recital is attributable alone to her with
obtained for him a brilliant reputation throughout Germany. drawing her promise to sing at the last moment, having taken offence at a mistako made in reference simply to the place for rehearsal. With regard to the unfortunate circumstances attending the performance of my Tarantelle, it is fair to say that in consequence of numerous
Advertisements. engagements, Mr. John Thomas had not been able to find sufficient time to commit the piece to memory, nor to practise the passages contained in it. I regret these two accidents, which are the only instances in which I have failed to fulfil my obligations to the public ROOSEYS SHILLING MESSIAH, complete Vocal during the six recitals ; and regretting still more, as I do, the necessity D Score, with Accompaniment of Pianoforte cr Organ, demy 4to (size of “Musi.
cal Cabinet"). Price Is.-- BoosEY & SONS have much under which I am placed to give publicity to the faults of others, I
pleasure in announ
cing their new Edition of the “Messiah," printed from a new type, on excellent think that the consideration of preserving my own reputation is one paper, and in a forin equally adapted for the Pianoforte or the Concert-room. The that fully justifies me in taking this (reluctant) means of exonerating
text revised by G. F. HARRIS, from the celebrated Edition of Dr. JOHN CLARK. As a
specimen of cheap music, this book is quite unprecedented, and it is only in anticipation myself from blame. I thank you sincerely for your very kind notices of the universal patronage it will command at the approaching Handel Festival the of my performances during the season, and can assure you that nothing publishers are able to undertake it. Orders received by all Booksellers and Music
sellers. Post free, Is, 4d. An edition in cloth boards, gilt, 28.
Boosey & Sons, Holles Street.
Published this day,"
EW SONGS BY J. P KNIGHT.-"Sleep and the
s. d. Sin_In your notice of the performance of Israel in Egypt at the " Let lise be bright." Ballad, Poetry by HARRIET Power ... late Handel Festival, you say that “not more than thirteen years have “ The voice of Dreams." Song, Poetry by the Rev. HAMILTON Dicker
ON DICKER ... 30 elapsed since the Sacred Harmonic Society first had the courage to
London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W. represent it precisely as the composer wrote it, without interpolating songs and ducts, omitting choruses, or otherwise sacrificing this
Published this day, sublime masterpiece on the altar of mammon.” I take the liberty of sending you a programme of Israel in Egypt as it was performed by M ARIE D'ANNETTA'S NEW DANCE MUSIC
(Characteristically Wustrated). the Sacred Harmonic Society in 1838, under my direction, in which
“ What Next Quadrilles," Robin's Last you will find that not a single song was interpolated, that the duets and
“ The Spirit Rapping Polka," to all spirit-rappers' mediums ... ... ... 30 only the duets belonging to the Oratorio were done ; and that not a
London : Duncan Davison & Co., 244 Regent Street, W. chorus was omitted or curtailed. Trusting that you will insert this explanation in justice both to the
Published this day," Sacred Harmonic Society and to myself,—I am, Sir, your obedient
ARLO MINASI'S NEW DANCE MUSIC.-" The servant,
Spirit of the Night," Redowa, handsomely illustrated. 35.
" Valse de Grâce," dedicated to W. H. Holmes, Esq.... (Whilom conductor of the Sacred Harmonic Society).
London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W. 9 Exeter Hall, July 9, 1862. P.S. Can you inform your musical readers how many of Handel's
Published this day, Oratorios have been revived “in their integrity” during the last
NEW SONG BY A. REICHARDT, “ MEMORY,” thirteen years by the Sacred Harmonic Society? (If none), is not the
Poetry by DESMOND RYAN, dedicated to Miss Helen Hogarth. 35.
London ; DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street.
THE HANDEL FESTIVAL. Sır, -No account has yet appeared of the actual numbers in the orchestra at the Handel Festival of this year. The “Book of the Words" gives names of performers, but says that many are wanting, owing to provincial names not having been sent in timc. Would the Musical WORLD kindly supply this desideratum, interesting to all musicians as being the largest complete orchestra probably ever collected, and give in the next number the exact number to each part, both in band and chorus ?
[The MUSICAL WORLD is unable to supply the desired information. Will Mr. Bowley, Mr. Grove, Mr. Puttick, Mr. Husk, Mr. Brewer, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Coc, or Mr. David Sims assist it in the matter? We fear not.-Ed.]
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