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artistic developement, of all organic creations, that it presents the cease. I TARANTELLA, by WALTER MACFARREN, played by the less blending of variety in unity, of the finite in the infinite. The most 1 Composer with distinguished success, is published, price 48., by Duncan Davistriking and appreciable pieces (of this larger kind) to the audience

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Poetry by s. d. ADELAIDA "The Cuckoo " - - - -

• Logan 2 LODER, GEORGE The Songs and Ballads in the Lyric and Dramatic En. Ditto “ Sunshine" Mary Howitt

tertainment, “The Old House at Home," written by Ditto “ Sweet dreams of happy youth"

- F. R. 2 0

Frank Ibberson Jervis, and sung by Miss Emma NeADRIAN “Sell.deception " (Selbst. Betrug) - . . Goethe 2

ville and Mr. George Loder: AGUILAR, E, " In a wood on a windy day"

- Acton Bell 3

No. 1.-Ballad, “The milkmaid's song". Ditto "Sympathy". . Ellis Bell

2.- Buffo Air, "The jealous wife" Ditto "The fairies' farewell to the flowers," from the Frost King 2

3.-Ballad, "The dew on the tender grass " Ditto "Farewell" - Bishop Heber 2 4.-Hunting Song, "The silver-toned bugle

- 26 ALLEN, G. B. “The meadow-gate". - - Beatrice Abercrombie 2

-Ballad, “ The ploughman's delight” ASCHER, J. Alice, where art thou?"

W. Guernsey 2

6,-Comic Ballad, "Lavinia's lament" BAKER, H. " The stepping-stones”

- Charles Mackay

Ditto

"In a leafy garden," sung by Mr. Richard Seymour . Balre, M. W. “I'm not in love, remember"

Jessica Rankin 2

Ditto
“This world is a garden"

Stirling Coyne Ditto “ Oh! take me to thy heart again"

Ditto
2 0 LUTz, W.M.
“ Under the linden tree"

J, P. Wooler Ditto " I love you"

G. P. Morris 3

Ditto
“ Merry little Maud" .

· - Ditto "If I could change as others change " Jessica Rankin 26 MEYERBEER, G. " Here on the mountain" (Clarinet accomp: obbligato) Ditio "Fresh as a rose

Ditto
3 0

J. Oxenford 4
Ditto
“ Mary" .
G. P. Morris 3 0

Violin and Violoncello (in lieu of Clarinet) each . 0 Ditto " The banner of St. George(Defence and not defiance)

Ditto

“ Near to thee" (with Violoncello) J. Brougham 3 0 Ditto

“The Fishermaiden" (Das fishermädchen) - Heine 1 0 BENEDICT, J. “ Now the shades grow deeper". - J. Oxenford 2 0 | MACPARREN, G. A. " The thoughts of youth " .

. - Longsellow 2 0 Ditto

- - 2

Ditto

“ Paquita" (I love when the sun has set) - - - 2 6 BERGER, E. " That handsome volunteer" Sung by Miss E Stanley 2 6 McKORKELL, C. « Flowers, lovely flowers”.

J. H. Horncastle 2 BLUMENTHAL, J. " The days that are no more" .

MACLEANE, C. " I think of thee" (Ich denke dein), with Violoncello ac. BRAHAM, C. “ Persevere" (The career of Havelock) - J. Oxenford

companiment,

• Goethe 4 BRUCE, E. " When I was young". .

D. Ryan 2
Ditto

Three Songs:
Ditto
« When first you shone before me"

Ditto 20

No. 1.-"Birdie, birdie" (Voglein, voglein) COBHAM, M. “Awake, little pilgrim"

2 6

2._" O love, why thus desert me?" (Die liebe hat gel Dirth “ Look on the brightest side"

3.-" Cradle Song" (Wiegenlied) ORUWELL, G. “ One night as I did wander" (Flute and Violoncello

Monk, E. G.

Go sit by the summer sea"
accomp.)

- Burns
Mori, F.

“ Wert thou mine” - . · Charles Mackay Violin or Horn part, in lieu of Violoncello, each

Ditto
Twelve Songs in one Book

21 Ditto # Mournfully, sing mournfully " . -

2 6 Ditto

Ditto, separately, each (Violin or Flute accomp, obbligato).

No. 1.--"A thousand miles from thee"

Charles Mackay Ditto " Where is the sea ?" .

3 0
2.-"O'er the sunny sea" .

Ditto
(Violoncello or Viola accomp. obbligato).

3.-" Solitude” .

• Kirke White Cosins, W. G. "Gently row, gondolier," duet for Contralto and Tenor

4. "The parting"

Desmond Ryan J. L. Ellerton

5.-“ Maiden mine under the vine" . Charles Mackay Ditto Ditto (duet for Soprano and Mezzo-soprano)

6.-" The blue waves are sleeping" . Mrs. Rogers DAWES, ALBERT I slept, and oh! how sweet the dream "L. M. Thornton

7.-" The open window"

Longfellow Ditto " Good bye, my love". . . - T. P. Casciani

8.-"Mary the sem pstress

John Oxenford DESSAUER, J. " Quick, arise, maiden mine . J. Oxenford 2 9.-" Be quiet, do!".

Charles Mackay Diehl, Louis “ Yet ere I seek a distant shore"

10.-" Mine, ever mine"

Anon DOUGLAS, FRANK “ The songs of happier days"

11.-" That is the way"

Charles Mackay ENDERSSOHN, M. “My Mary”

John Ellison
12.-" England over all"

Ditto
Ditto
“Sweet little Jenny"

Ditto

MORLEY, H. K. " I never knew how dear thou wert". • C. Warfield 2 FOSTER, ALICE “ Merrily shines the morn”. - - Rev. W. Evans 2 0 MOZART, W. A. “ The very angels weep, dear"

. J. Oxenford 3 FERRARI, ADOLFO "The Voice and Singing " (The formation and cultiva

NORTH, E.
"Hurrah for old England"

Gerald Massey 2 tion of the voice for singing. New Edition).

10 6 OSBORNE, G. A. “The dewdrop and the rose" - - Isabella Hampton 2 6 Ditto Three Italian Songs :

Pech, Dr. J.
“ Fare thee well"

. Lord Byron No. 1.-" Vieni, vieni" - .

- - - Maggioni 2 0

Ditto

* Weeds and flowers". , Mrs. Alfred V. Newton 2 6 2.-" Ah se piacer mi Vuoi" - - Ditto 2 0 PHILLIPS, LoveLL "The Christmas rose"

M. A. Stodart 3.-"L'onda che mormora" . . - Metastasio 2 6 RICHARDS, BRINLEY The harp of Wales"

E. Gilbertson 2
Ditto
Eight Ballads :-

Ditto
The blind man and summer"

- W. Jones No. 1.-"Sweet days of youth”

. Mrs. Gent 2

Ditto
"The Suliote war song " . -

E. Gʻlbertson 3
2.-“ Long years of care"
. W. W. Cazalet 2 0 | RAICHARDT, A.

" Thou art so near, and yet so far"

J. Oxenford 3 3.--"When 'mid the festive scenes

Ann Riskey 2

Ditto
“Are they meant but to deceive me?"

Ditto 2 4.-" Break not by heeuless word the spell"

Ditto
"Good night" (Wiegenlied) -

- Ditto 2 Lady Flora Hastings 2

Ditto

“The golden stars" Von Heine) Campell Clarke 2 5.-" Sweet hope" . W. W. Cazalet 2 SELIGMANN, J.

Pretty rosebud "

M. S. Malcolm 2 6.-“ Remembrance". Ditto 2 0 ST. LEGER, H.J. " The old willow tree"

S. Whittesley 2 7.-" Gratitude". Ditto 2 SCHLESSER, A. “I would I were a butter

- Zeila 2 8._" I love the oak". . Right Hon. W. M. S. 2 SMART, HENRY " The fairy's whisper"

J. P. Douglas 2 6
Ditto
Two Chamber Trios (Sopr. Mez. and Contr.)

Ditto
"The lady of the Lea"

W. H. Bellamy 2 6
No. 1.-" Come sisters let us dance and sing". . . C. C.

Ditto
“ May" (duettino for equal voices

- - - 2 6
2.-" Come, fairies, come,'. .
- F. A. L. SPILLANE, D.

“Yes, I have roamed” (sung by Miss Oliver) Glover, HOWARD “The old woman of Berkeley" (Legend). Southey 40

J. W. Thirlwall Ditto " Love's philosophy". - - - Shelley 2 6 STIRLING, E.

" Leonora"

- R. Howitt 2 GRESHAM, EMILY “ Ave Maria" (Melody by Flotow)

2 0 SWIFT, B.
" Old England's star is gleam

- - - 2 GREVILLE, Hon. Mrs. “Oh ! I would wend with thee”

3 0 Thomson, JESSIE " Music breathes in everythin

A. J. Symington
Ditto
Ditto (as a duet for Soprano and Barytone -

3 0 Weiss, W. H.
" The knight's vigil" .

. J. P. Douglas Ditto " Quand on me donnerait" (with Guitar accomp.) .. 10 WHITE, CLEMENT " My ain Donald

, Johu Brougham 2 Ditto Ditto (as a duet for Soprano and Tenor)

Ditto
"The woodland flower'

Desmond Ryan HARGITT, C, J, "To-morrow"

- - R. S. Gowenlock

YARNOLD, E.
"The troubadour's lament

Hon. Mrs. Greville 2 HALEVY, F. " Lord hear us, we implore thee" (La Juive) J. Oxenford

Ditto
“ The maiden's lament"

- Ditto 3 Ditto “ He will be here" . . (ditto) . . . 2 0

Ditto
“La Giovinezza del poeta”

- - Prati 2 0 HAY, WALTER “ Elaine's song” (Idylls of the King) • Tennyson 2 6 VIVIER, EUGENE " When o'er the meadows green "(with Horn accomp. JOANS, Mrs. “The merry lark” (a lament) - - Rey. C. Kingsley

obbligato)- - - KUSTEN, ERNEST “The pathway along the green fields".

Ditto LANDEGBEM, H. VAN " Weep not, my gentle Mary"

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MACFARREN, G. A. Three Pour-part Songs, for two Tenors and two Basses :

No. 1.-" The fairy's evensong" . - - G. Macfarren 2 0
2.-" The world's festivals "

Douglas Thompson
3._" The arrow and the song ". . - Longfellow 2 0

Separate vocal parts, each . . . . . O 6
MEYERBEER, G.

“The Lord's Prayer," for four voices (in score), So.

prano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass, and Organ, ad lib. 30
Separate vocal parts, each .

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0 6 Ditto

" Aspiration" for Bass solo, and chorus of three Sopranos,
two Tenors and Bass (in score)

0

MONK, E. G.

" This house to love is holy," serenade for eight voices (in

score) two Sopranos, two Altos, two Tenors, and two Basses - - - - - - J. Oxenford 4 0

Separate vocal parts, each - . - - - 06 “The Battle of the Baltic," for four voices (in score) two Sopranos, Tenor, and Bass

Campbell 2 Separate vocal parts, each

- - - 0 " The bridal morn," for four voices (in score) Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass

• D. Ryan 2 0 “God save the Queen,” for four voices (two Tenors and two Basses) in score

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These Instruments are a perfect substitute for the Organ; the upper 7. Song. "'Tis gone! the Hope that once did beam." Soprano

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which a perfect diminuendo and crescendo can be produced ; and the 9. Finale.“ Farewell, for ever."

lower keyboard answers the purpose of a Full Organ. The tone of ACT II.

these Instruments more closely resembles that of an Organ than any 10. Serenade. “As I lay under the Linden Tree." Tenor ... ... ... 26 Harmonium yet produced, being rich and pure in quality. The con11. Ballad. “Love's brightest dream." Soprano ...

... 26

struction is of a simple character, and not likely to be affected by damp, 12. Quartet. “Ah! I fear he sees resemblance.” Soprano, Tenor, and Barytones 4 0 rendering them peculiarly suited to Churches. An additional blower is 13. Song. "The Belle of Ballingarry.Soprano ... ... ... .• ... 26

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No.

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3. Twenty-two Stops (eight rows of vibrators), Rosewood Case, 21 18. Finale. "Mine, at last."

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PROVINCIAL TOUR, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, THE ENGLISH OPERA ASSOCIATION and DECEMBER, 1862.

(LIMITED). ARTISTS. MAD, GASSIER (Her first appearance in the Provinces these three years),

IN SHARES OF £2 EACH. £1 PER SHARE TO BE

PAID UP ON ALLOTMENT; THE REMAINING £1 PER SHARE WILL MLLE. MARIE CRUVELLI (Of the Grand Imperial Opera,

NOT BE CALLED UP UNLESS NECESSARY. Berlin),

CERTAIN PRIVILEGES ARE GIVEN TO SHAREHOLDERS.

TEMPORARY OPFICES : MR. SWIFT (The popular English Tenor),

69 REGENT STREET, W., NEXT ST. JAMES'S HALL. HERR JOSEPH HERMANNS (Primo Basso of Her

MIHE ENGLISH OPERA ASSOCIATION (Limited) Majesty's Theatre).

1 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 · INSTRUMENTALISTS.

French, German, Italian, and other Schools.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
MAD. ARABELLA GODDARD (Solo Pianist) | The Right Honourable the Earl of WESTMOKLAND, C.B., 8 South Audley Street.

J. H. ARK WRIGHT, Esq., Hampton Court, Leominster.
MON. SAINTON (Solo Violinist),

The Honourable F. H. F. BERKELEY, M.P., 1 Victoria Square, Pimlico, S.W.
FREDERIC DAYTSON, Esq., 24 Fitzroy Square, w

Colonel H. P. De BATHE, 60 Piccadilly, W.
SIGNOR BOTTESINI (Contra Basso, his first appearance The Honourable SEYMOUR EGERTON, 7 Grosvenor Square, W.
in the Provinces these two years).

CHANDOS WREN HOSKYNS, Esq., 27 Berkeley Square, w.
EDWARD JAMES, Esq., Q.C., 24 Upper Wimpole Street, W.

ALEXANDER H. Ross, Esq., 60 Portland Place, w.
Director . . . . . . . . MR. LAND,

AUDITORS.
To whom communications should be addressed, 4 Cambridge Place, Regent's ROBERT ADDISON, Esq. (ADDISON, HOLLIER & Lucas), 210 Regent Street, W.
Park, N.W., or to Mr. SHEPPARD, 28 Grosvenor Street, W.

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Persons intending to become Shareholders, and who have not yet sent in an

Application for Shares, are requested to do so forth with. MR. SIMS REEVES will sing HOWARD GLOVER's very

Forms of Application and Prospectuses may be obtained at the Company's Office.

69 Regent Street, and all the principal Musicsellers in Town and Country. I popular song, “SHE MAY SMILE ON MANY, SHE WILL LOVE BUT ONE,” at the Third Concert of the Gloucester Festival, September 11.

MARTIN CAWOOD, Secretary.

MILLE. TITIENS will sing HOWARD GLOVER's new song,

I "THEY OFFER RANK TO ME,” at the First Evening Concert of the Gloucester Musical Festival, September 9.

M AD. SAINTON-DOLBY will sing HENRY SMART'S

U Popular Song, “THE LADY OF THE LEA," at the Second Evening
Concert of the Gloucester Festival, September 10.

HE LONDON ACADEMY OF MUSIC,

ST. JAMES'S HALL.
Princi
... ... ... ... ... ... HENRY WYLDE, Mus. Doc.

Professors.
Harmony, Herr MOLIQUE."

| Harp, Herr OBERTHUR.
Pianoforte, Dr. Wylde and Mr. J. F. Violin, Herr JANZA.
BARNETT.

Violoncello, M. PAQUB.
Singing, Signor GARCIA and Signor | Italian, Signor MAGGIONI.
SCHIRA.

| Elocution, Mr. RYDER.

Lady Superintendent, Mrs. Day.
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men (Professional and Amateur), desirous of receiving a complete Musical Education
from the best London Professors on the terms of the Continental Institutions.

THE FEE is Five GUINEAS PER TERM.
The year is divided into Three Terms. The next term commences Thursday
September 11.

Candidates desirous of entering as Students are required to attend at the Hall on
either Tuesday, September 2, or September 9, between 10 and 2 o'clock.

Prospectuses of Mr. Austin, at the office, St. James's Hall, Piccadilly.

MR. LEWIS THOMAS will sing BRINLEY RICHARDS'S

M National Song, “ THE HARP OF WALES," at the Carnarvon Festival, and at every concert during his tour in North Wales.

M ASCHER begs to announce that he has left London
II. for the Continent, but will return for the Winter Season.

All communications to be addressed to Messrs. Schott & Co., 159 Regent Street, W.

M VON JOEL will play his admired Waltz,

DURHAM CATHEDRAL.
M .“THE SILVER CORD," THIS DAY, and during the ensuing week, in IT'HE APPOINTMENT of a TENOR SINGER to the
the English and German Courts, at the Tutornational Exhibition,

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1 vacant place in Durham Cathedral will be made on Monday the 29th day of
September next.

The Trial will take place on the Thursday and Friday of the preceding week,
MILLE. ADELINA PATTI will sing this Evening, at immediately after Morning Service. . i
M the Theatre Royal, Manchester, “ DI GIOJA INSOLITA,” the new Waltz

All Applications and Testimonials must be sent in, addressed to Mr. EDWARD composed expressly for her by STRAKOSCH,

Peele, Registrar to the Dean and Chapter of Durham, at his office, in the College,
Durham, on or before Wednesday, the Tenth day of September next.

The travelling expenses of the Candidates who shall be summoned to the trial

be paid by the Dean and Chapter. A GENTLEMAN, aged 28, a Writer upon Art, is College, Durham : July 23, 1862

desirous of obtaining a post as Secretary or Clerk, or in any capacity where business habits, literary ability, good address, and a disposition to make these generally useful, might be required.

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