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THE AIRS, BALLADS, FANTASIAS, QUADRILLES, Price 12s.

WALTZES, &c. IN THE OPERETTA OF THE VOICE AND SINGING.

" ONCE TOO OFTEN.”

COMPOSED BY HOWARD GLOVER.

BY

Performed with the greatest success at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

A DOLFO FERRARI.

“Oh! Glorious Age of Chivalry." Duet For Soprano and Contralto ... 4s. Od. “ The Solemn Words his Lips have spoken." Grand Air. For Soprano... 45. 6. " The Love you've slighted." Ballad. Sung by Mlle. JENNY BAUR ...

2s. 6d. "Stratagem is Woman's Power." Ballad. Sung by Miss EMMA HerWOOD 28, 63. "Love is a gentle Thing," Ballad. Sung by Miss EMMA HEYWOOD

2s. 60. “A Young and Artless Maiden." Romance. . Sung by Herr REICHARDT ... 25. " There's Truth in Woman still." Romance. Sung by Herr REICHARDT 28. 6d. " The Monks were Jolly Boys." Ballad. Sung by Herr FORMES ..

25. Od. “In my Chateau of Pomperoik." Aria Buffa. Sung by Herr FORMES

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FANTASIAS, QUADRILLES AND WALTZES.
Brinley Richards' Fantasia, on “ Once coo Often"... ... ... ... ... 45. Od.
Emile Berger's Fantasia, on “ Once too Often" ...

... 3s. Od. “ Fontainbleau Quadrille," by Strauss. (Handsomely Illustrated in Colours) 4s. Od. "La Belle Blanche Waltz," ditto

. ... .. 43. Od. “Mr. Glover's operetta is a decided and, what is better, a legitimate, hit.' The songs before us have already attained a well-merited popularity. The monks were jolly boys' is as racy as the best of the old English ditties, harmonised with equal quaintness and skill, and thoroughly well suited to the voice of Herr Formes. "The love you've slighted still is true' (for Mlle. Jenny Baur) has a melody of charming freshness. Not less a model ballad in its way is A young and artless maiden' (for Herr Reichardt), which sets out with an elegantly melodious phrase. Perhaps more to our liking, however, than any of the foregoing, excellent and genuine as they are, is

Love is a gentle thing' (for Miss Emma Heywood), which enters the more refined regions of the ballad-school, and attains an expression as true as it is graceful. The opening holds out a promise which the sequel entirely fulfils."- Musical World,

London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

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THE FOLLOWING COMPOSITIONS, by this eminent

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« Si tu savais comme je t'aime'
“ The Banner of St. George” (Defence and not Defiance) ...
" I'm not in love, remember"

2s. 6d. • Oh ! take me to thy heart again

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2s, 6d. * Fresh as a Rose"

3s. "I love you " Mary ... . .. ... ... ...

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Composer, are published by DUNCAN DAVISON & CO.:-
VOCAL.

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“The Fischermaiden."
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Separate Vocal Parts, each
“ This house to love is holy." Serenade for Eight Voices ...
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06 " Aspiration," for Bass, Solo, and Chorus of 3 Sopranos, 2 Tenors, and 1 Bass 4 0

PIANOFORTE. Royal Weddio, March (Quatrième Marche aux flambeaux). Composed for the marriage of the Princess Royal of England with Prince Frederick William of Prussia

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Just Published. “THE CA P'TIVITY.”

A SACRED ORATORIO,

LES ECHOS DES FORETS

(FOREST ECHOES). POLKA, Composed by A. RIEDEL, Bandmaster of the

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FRANCIS HOWELL,

THE NEW OPERETTA, FIRST PERFORMED AT BIRMINGHAM, MARCH 13, 1862.

| BLONDE OR BRUNETTE, No. 1.-Overture 2.-In the third year ... ... ... Recit -Contralto.

J. P. WOOLER, ES Q., " 3.—How doth the city sit solitary Recit. Acct. - Contralto. 4.-Judah is gone into captivity ... Chorus.

THE MUSIC COMPOSED BY 5.-In the second year ... ... Recit.-Bass.

W. M. LUTZ. 6.- There is not a man ... ... Chorus. 7.—Then Daniel spake and said ... Recit.— Tenor. 8.-But there is a God in heaven Air.— Tenor.

ACT I.

1. Overture. 9.-Then was the secret revealed ... Recit. --Soprano.

2. Duet. “Sir! my sister's reputation.” Tenor and Barytone ... 10.-Blessed be the name of God

Air.- Soprano.

3. Song. “Merry little Maud.” Tenor 11.—He revealeth the deep and secret

4. Duet. “See your lover at your feet." Sopranos ...

5. Duet. “Is that what all lovers say?” Soprano and Tenor things ... ... ... ... Chorus.

6. Trio. “Whoe'er would trust." Sopranos and Barytone 12.—Nebuchadnezzar the King made an

7. Song. “'Tis gone! the Hope that once did beam." Soprano image ... ... ... ... Recit.—Soprano.

8. Song. “Hurrah ! for the Chase."

...

Barytone ...

9. Finale. “Farewell, for ever." 13.-Confounded be all they ... ... Air.- Soprano.

ACT II. 14.-Their idols are silver and gold ... Chorus.

10. Serenade. “As I lay under the Linden Tree.” Tenor ...

2 6 15.-- For Thou, Lord,wilt give Thy blessings Air.-Contralto.

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12. Quartet. “Ah! I fear he sees resemblance." Soprano, Tenor, and Barytones 4 0 17.-These men, O King ...

13. Song. "The Belle of Ballingarry.”

2

... ...

Soprano

6 Chorus.

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17. Ballad. “Sweet Maiden, mine!” Teuor ... ... .. . ... ...

18. Finale. “Mine, at last.". 21.-Our God whom we serve ... ... Trio.-T. T, B. 22.–They that wait upon the Lord ... Chorus. 23.—Then was Nebuchadnezzar ... ... Recit. Acct.-Bass.

Pianoforie and other Arrangements in the Press. 24.-How great are His signs ... ... Air.- Bass. 25.-Blessed art Thou ...

Double Chorus.

THALBERG'S NEW COMPOSITIONS. 26.-Belshazzar the King made a great Recit.— Tenor. MELODIES OF SCHUBERT.-Transcribed for the

Pianoforte. 27.-They drank wine ... ... ... Chorus.

No. 1. Die Taüschung. 28.-In the same hour ... Recit. Acct.-Contralto.

2. Der Neugierige. 29.-Lo ! this is the man Air.-Contralto.

3. Die Post. 30.-Then Daniel answered and said ... Recit. Acct.--Tenor.

Complete, Price 4s. 31.–March of the Medes and Persians ...

“ Home, sweet Home !" Fantasia . ... ... ... ... ... ... 30 32. In that night

... Recit.-Bass.

| “Last rose of Summer." do. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 0 33.-How art thou fallen

As performed by M. TAALBERG, at his Concerts, with great success..

Quartet.-S. C. T. B. 31.- The Lord hath broken

Chorus. 35.--My mouth shall speak

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(ALBERG’S SONG." WITHIN THE CONVENT 36.–For He is the living God

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GARDEN,” with German and English Words. 37.-In all the things ... Air.-Contralto.

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Chorus. 39.—Yet deliver us not up Air.— Tenor.

Now Ready, 40.-To whom Thou hast spoken

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Air. -Soprano.

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Chorus.

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ARTISTS. MAD. GASSIER (Her first appearance in the Provinces these

three years), MLLE. MARIE CRUVELLI (Of the Grand Imperial Opera,

Berlin), MR. SWIFT (The popular English Tenor), HERR JOSEPH HERMANNS (Primo Basso of Her

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MR. SIMS REEVES will sing Howard Glover's very

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MELLE. TITIENS will sing Howard Glover's new song, M “THEY OFFER RANK TO MĚ,” at the Gloucester Musical Festival, 1862.

LD MUSIC.-Supplementary Catalogue of Operas,

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MR. BRINLEY RICHARDS will perform his arrange

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Tenby, South Wales : August 18.

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“ The great and deserved success of this work has brought it, in no long time, to a second edition, carefully revised, and enriched with a number of additional exercises which greatly increase its value."- Illustrated News, April 5.

" Oh! Glorious Age of Chivalry." Duet For Soprano and Contralto ... As. Od. “The Solemn Words his Lips have spoken." Grand Air. For Soprano... 48. 6d. " The Love you've slighted still is true." Ballad. Sung by Mlle. JENNY BAUR 60. “Stratagem is Woman's Power." Ballad. Sung by Miss EMMA HEYWOOD . 60. “Love is a gentle Thing." Ballad. Sung by Miss EMMA HeYWOOD

2s. 60. A young and artless Maiden.” Romance. Sung by Herr REICHARDT ... 2s. 6d. “ There's Truth in Woman still." Romance. Sung by Herr REICHARDT ... 25. 60. “ The Monks were jolly Boys." Ballad. Sung by Herr FORMES ... ... 25. Od. “In my Chateau of Pompernik." Aria Buffa. Sung by Herr FORMES

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FANTASIAS, QUADRILLES AND WALTZES. Brinley Richards' Fantasia, on “ Once too Olten” ... ... ... ... ... 45. Od. Emile Berger's Fantasia, on “ Once too Often ... “ Fontainbleau Quadrille," by Strauss. (Handsomely Illustrated in Colours) 4s, Od. "La Belle Blanche Waltz," ditto .. ... ... ... ... ... ... 48. va.

“ Mr. Glover's operetta is a decided and, what is better, a legitimate, hit.' The songs before us have already attained a well-merited popularity. The monks were jolly boys' is as racy as the best of the old English diities, harmonised with equal quaintness and skill, and thoroughly well suited to the voice of Herr Formes. The love you've slighted still is true' (for Mlle. Jenny Baur) has a melody of charming freshness. Not less a model ballad in its way is A young and artless maiden' (for Herr Reichardt), which sets out with an elegantly melodious phrase. Perhaps more to our liking, however, than any of the foregoing, excellent and genuine as they are, is

Love is a gentle thing' (for Miss Emma Heywood), which enters the more refined regions of the ballad-school, and attains an expression as true as it is graceful. The opening holds out a promise which the sequel entirely fulfils."- Musical World.

London : DUNCAN Davison & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

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NEW SONGS BY M. W. BAL F E.

“Si tu savais comme je t'aime"
“ The Banner of St. George" (Defence and not De

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“ I'm not in love, remember".

23. 6d. “Oh ! take me to thy heart again

23. 60. "If I could change as others change

2s, 6d. “Fresh as a rose"

38.
“I love you
" Mary”

London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

MEYERBEER.

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NEW PIANOFORTE MUSIC BY BLUMENTHAL.

" The days that are no more" (Transcription)
"Un petit Cadeau ” (Bluette) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 38

London : DUNCAN Davison & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

THE FOLLOWING COMPOSITIONS, by this eminent 1 Composer, are published by DUNCAN DAVISON & co.:

VOCAL.
"God save the Queen,” for Four Voices (two Tenors and two Basses), with

Piano ad lib.
The Lord's Prayer for 4 Voices (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass), with Organ ad lib.

Separate Vocal Parts, each ...
" This house to love is holy." Serenade for Eight Voices

Separate Vocal parts, each " Aspiration," for Bass, Solo, and Chorus of 3 Sopranos, 2 Tenors, and I Bass “Here on the mountain," with Clarinet obbligato ...

Violin or Violoncello in lieu of Clarinet, each " Near to thee," with Violoncello obbligato " The Fischermaiden"

NEW VOCAL MUSIC BY ASCHE R.

. I'll think of thee" (Ballad) ...
" Alice, where art thou?" (in B Ant and I
" Alice, Qual inclita Stella" (in B flat and A) ...

London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

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TEW SONGS BY J. P KNIGHT, Composer of

“She wore a wreath of roses " and “Say, what shall my song be to.night?" “Sleep and the past,” Canzonet. Sung by Mlle. IDA GILLIESS “Let life be bright.” Ballad, Poetry by HARRIET POWER ... « The voice of Dreams." Song, Poetry by the Rev. HAMILTON DICKER

London: DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

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EW SONGS BY HENRY SMART.“Flower of my garden" " The Lady of the Lea"

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... " When the wind blows in from the sea " (duet for Soprano and

2s. 6d. Barytone) ...

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... ... ... “ May, duettino, for equal voices ...

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EW SONGS BY GIULIO ALARI. "The pangs of leaving thee” (sung by Mr. SANTLEY) “The Brigands" (duet for Tenor and Bass) ... ... ... ... 38.

London: DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

NEW SONGS, BY W. H. WEISS.

“THE WARDER OF CHATEAU-MARGAUX." 3s.

"THE KNIGHT'S VIGIL." 3s.
London : DUNCAN Davison & Co., 244 Regent Street, w.

Just published, price 3s. TLLE. ADELINA PATTI'S NEW BALLAD.

" THE OLD HOUSE BY THE LINDENS.” The Poetry by LONGFELLOW. Sung with the greatest success by Mile. ADELINA PATTI, for whom it was expressly composed by HOWARD GLOVER,

London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.

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