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ROBERT COCKS & CO.'S LIST OF NEW MUSIC,
of conductor to the Classical Harmonists' Society, and Dr. Chipp of London has been appointed in his stead. Dr. Chipp is also made conductor to the Anacreontic Society, as well as organist to the Ulster | THE ALBERT EDWARD MARÖH." for Pianoforte Hall Company, and, therefore, the magnificent organ just about being
I by BRINLEY RICHARDS, finely illustrated with a Portrait of H. R. H. the Prince erected in their hall will be shown to great advantage. It appears of Wales, 35. the festival so long talked of is now given up in consequence of the smallness of the number of the directors who take any interest in it, | MUSIC.-Just issued, gratis and post free, an ADDEN. which is much to be regretted. The Classical Harmonists' open the
I DUM to ROBERT COCKS & Co's VOCAL CATALOGUE, containing Songs, season with Handel's Ode to St. Cecilia's Day on the 10th, with Mad.
Ballads, &c., with the key, compass, &o., of each composition marked. Rudersdorff, Miss Elton, Mr. Inkersall, Mr. T. Harper, &c., &c. The NEW SONGS by FRANZ ABT. -"Thee only I love." Anacreontic have engaged Mr. Land's large and strong touring party IV 28. 6d. "O! rosy morn," 28. 6d. "Like a well-spring in the desert," 2s.6d. (including Mad. Gassier: Malle. Cruvelli. Sig. Ciampi, Herr Herrmann, "O! sweet-flowing streamlet,"' 28. 6d. "Bird Song," 28. 6d. (Poetry of all these by Mr. Swift, M. Sainton, Sig. Bottesini, and Mad. Arabella Goddard,
Geo. Linley). "Oh! ye tears" (Poetry by Chas. Mackay), 28. 6d" Kathleen
Aroon" (Poetry by Mrs. Crawford), 2s. 60. "The dear old songs of home" (Poetry for their first concert next month; so both societies are evidently by Mrs. Fenton Aylmer), 28. 6d. "Farewell, my Fatherland" (Poetry by J. E. Carbestirring themselves.
penter), 28. 6d. “Wood notes," four-part song, separate parts, 2."Good morning," New YORK, (Sept. 15). There exists the usual uncertainty and
2s. “My heart replies," 28.
N.B.-Messrs. ROBERT Cocks & Co. are, by the Composers' recent assignment, vagueness in regard to the plans of the opera inis tall, and no one can constituted sole publishers of Herr Franz Abt's new works for Great Britain and its tell anything about them. This one we do know, however; Nixon, dependencies, he of circuses and Cremorne Garden notoriety, opens the Acadamy on
I ROBERT COCKS & CO'S NEWEST MUSIC, the 22d with Sonnambula, with Carlotta Patti, Sbriglia and Susini,
IV W. VINCENT WALLACE-Maggie Lauder, transcribed for piano, 39.; Victoire, follows with Puritani, and winds up this spasmodic effort with Lucia. Mazurka, Une fleur de Pologne, Mazurka, 3s.; and the Old 100th Psalm, tranIt will be an experiment, and we opine a successful one. If we can't scribed, 4s. stand three nights of opera, Ullman had better sell out. Cordier and
PRINLEY RICHARDS.-The DREAM of a WAN. Tietiens are in store for us - Cordier early in October, Titiens in November. Anchutz commences to-night a season of German opera,
D DERER. Romance for Piano, 2s, 6d.; BRINLEY RICHARDS' Warblings at
Dawn. Romance for the piano, 3s.; Brinley Richards' the Men of Harlech, for piano at Wallack's old theatre. His company consists of Mme. Von Berkel, solo, 38.; ditto, duet, 3s. Brinley Richards' the Mountaineer's Lay, 2s, 6d. Mme. Rutter, Mme. Johannsen and Messrs. Quint, Rudolphsen, Hart
London: ROBERT COCKS & Co., New Burlington-street, and 4, Hanover-square, W. mann, Graft, Weinlich, and Lotti. Weber, Auber, Lortzing, Lachner,
Publishers to the Queen, and of all musicsellers. Wagner, and Nicolai are promised, but judging from previous seasons, will not be given. The introductory opera will be Martha. The change from the old Stadt in the Bower to Broadway is a happy one.
MARIE D'ANNETTA'S NEW DANCE MUSIC Many admirers of German music found the inconvenience of transit
* What Next Quadrilles" (Robin's Last), with cornet accompaniment overbalance the pleasure derived. Anchütz may beat Ullman this 4. The Spirit Rapping Polka," dedicated to all spirit-rappers' mediums year. He takes the lead at any rate. Anchutz, Nixon, Ullman, "The Llewellyn Waltz," dedicated to Mr. Backwell, B.M. 3rd R.W.M. . Maretzek :-what an array for war times! Irving Hall, "cross-the-way
London: DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W. neighbor" of the Academy, one of the most useful, and at the same time, uncomfortable concert rooms in New York, has undergone very | NEW SONGS BY SIGNOR R. PALMERINI.important changes. After having been sealed up for several weeks, it
“Out in the Sunshine" (Poetry by J. E. Carpenter) ... is thrown open to the public entirely remodelled, and in a most elegant
“La Primavera" (Poesia del Signor F. Cacciola) ... ... 35. and comfortable style. The opening concert will take place on Thurs
London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W. day evening next, under the direction of Theodore Thomas. The programme will include some of the attractions of the last concerts, introducing one of Carl Philip Emanuel Bach's Symphonies, and
NEW SONGS BY W. VINCENT WALLACE.
“ The Song of May" ... Auber's overture composed for the London Exhibition. Meyerbeer's
“When thou and Y last'parted" Struensee music will also be performed, and Mme. D’Angri, and the
London : DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, w. Teutonia Choral Society, lend their aid. The antique bonnets, grey beards, and cracked voices of Reed's “Old Folks” will monpolise the new house for two weeks, and then give way to Max Strakosch and his
CW SONGS BY ALEXANDER REICHARDT. Gottschalk soirées. Max is Gottschalk's agent, and he has a great many
“Good Night" (Cradle Song) ... :
"Memory" (dedicated to Miss Helen Hogarth) .. lines out for the coming winter. A few such dainty morsels will act as
"Are they meant but to deceive me?" a sort of an appetizer, and create an interest in the more substantial,
“ The Golden Stars"
... ... ... ... 2s.6d. hereafter. We predict for Irving Hall a much greater patronage than
“ Thou art so near and yet so far," as a VOCAL DUET ... 45. the Academy. It always has been and always will be so. The Cre
London : Duncan DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W. morne Garden still flourishes with the usual melange of music, ballet, pantomine, circus, promende, eating, drinking, &c. Muzio has com- INEW PIANOFORTE MUSIC BY R. ANDREWSposed a Brindisi Waltz, dedicated to Carlotta Patti. It was pro
Easy Transcriptions of REICHARDT'S Popular Songs.
“ Aro they meant but to deceive me?" (Mazurka Polonoise) duced at the garden last week, and met with great success. Church
* The Golden Stars" (Die Goldenen Sterne) music and the movements of the Harmonic, Mendelssohn and other
“Good Night" (Cradle Song) societies, I will reserve for another letter. Yours, &c. T.W.M.-Cor "Thou art so near and yet so far" ... ... ...
as respondence of Dwight's Journal.
London: DUNCAN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.
MR. AUGUSTUS GREVILLE'S NEW BALLAD.
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“ THE MESSAGE." (Poetry by Miss A. Procter.) 39. SADAME RUDERSDORF has returned to town.
London: Duncan Davisox & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.
MARIE D'ANNETTA'S NEW DANCE MUSIC
Characteristically Illustrated. BORS. J. HOLMAN ANDREWS begs to announce to
• What Next Quadrilles" (Robin's Last), with cornet accompaniment
The Spirit Rapping Polka," dedicated to all spirit-rappers' mediums M her Friends and Pupils that she has RETURNED TO TOWN for the Season. “The Liewellyn Waltz,” dedicated to Mr. Backwell, B.M. 3rd R.W.M. ... 36 30, Bedford-square, W.C.
London: DuxoaN DAVISON & Co., 244 Regent Street, W.
New Vocal Music.
"ONCE TOO OFTEN."
SI TU SAVAIS. Romance. Composée par M. W.
ID BALFR. 38.
DELOVED ONE, NAME THE DAY. Ballad. The
MEMORY. Song. The Poetry by Desmond Ryan. " These are three morceaux de salon of the most elegant description. Mr.
M The Music by ALEXANDER REICHARDT. 35. AGUILAR's Dream Dance' is a graceful and imaginative movement, which would make a charming accompaniment to a dance of sylphs or fairies in a ballet. Mr. TAST THOU NO TEAR FOR ME? Ballad. The Berger has selected as the themes of his fantasia the two most favourite airs, . There's
1 Words by M. Deign. The Music by CIRO PINSUTI. 35. truth in woman still,' and 'A young and artless maiden,' in Mr. Howard Glover's pretty operetta ; working them, by adding a short introduction, and a brilliant coda in
CLEEP AND THE PAST. Canzonet. The Poetry tempo di talsa, into a masterly and animated pianoforte piece, in which the vocal melodies are embellished by a rich and varied accompaniment. Mr. Macfarren's D by HARRIET POWER. The Music by J. P. KNIGHT. 33. Tarantella is of course in the time and measure of this Neapolitan dance, and preserves the rapidity of its breathless whirl. While, however, it is thus conventional TY GENTLE ELODIE. Romanza. The Poetry by in its form, it is new and original in its details. There occurs, in particular, in the
IM Mrs. CRAWFORD. The Music by EDWARD LAND. 35. midst of it, a deliciously soft and flowing melody, played with the left hand, as if on the violoncello or bassoon, with a light and airy accompaniment in the upper part
London : Duncan Davison and Co. which contrasts beautifully with the impetuous current of the rest of the movement." --The Press.
" The above are a few of the prettiest vocal pieces that have appeared during the
past publishing season. They are all by well-known and popular composers, of THE AIRS, BALLADS, FANTASIAS, QUADRILLES, whose talents they are agreeable specimens. Balfe's French romance is in his hap
piest vein. Our countryman has successfully contended with the Parisian composers WALTZES, &c. IN THE OPERETTA OF
on their own ground-witness the reception of his fine operas, Les Quatre Fils Aymon and Le Puits d'Amour, at the Opéra Comique; and in the little song before us he shows how entirely he is at home in the French style. It is tender and passionate,
with that infusion of graceful lightness and gaiety which gives the French poetry and COMPOSED BY HOWARD GLOVER.
music of this class their peculiar charm. Signor Gardoni has sung it in public with Performed with the greatest success at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. delicious effect; but it by no means requires the aid of such a singer to make it
charming. Mr. Alfred Mellon's ballad is worthy of that able and eminent musician.
The melody is simple and natural, without being trite or commonplace; and the 8. d.
whole composition shows that new and striking effects of modulation and harmony "Oh! Glorious Age of Chivalry." Duet. For Soprano and Contralto ... 40
may be produced without setting at defiance (as is too often done) the established “ The Solemn Words his Lips have spoken." Grand Air. For Soprano ... 46
principles and rules of art.-Few vocal pieces of the present time bave obtained greater “ The Love you've slighted still is true." Ballad. Sung by Mlle. JENNY BAUR
popularity than Herr Reichardt's song, “ Thou art so near," not only in English, " Stratagem is Woman's Power." Ballad. Sung by Miss EMMA HEYWOOD...
but (by means of its German and French versions) all over the Continent. His new " Love is a gentle Thing." Ballad. Sung by Miss EMMA HEYWOOD
production, Memory,' is of a similar character, and bids fair to have a similar suc“ A young and artless Maiden." Romance. Sung by Herr REICHARDT
cess. Mr. Desmond Ryan's verses are elegant, and Reichardt has united them to a “ There's Truth in Woman still." Romance. Sung by Herr REICHARDT ...
melody at once pure, simple, and expressive. Signor Pinsuti's ballad, Hast thou "The Monks were jolly Boys." Ballad. Sung by Herr FORXES ...
no tear for me?' has been recommended to the attention of the public by the pleasing " In my Chateau of Pompernik." Aria Buffa. Sung by Herr FORMES ...
performance of Mr. Tennant, for whom it was written, and by whom it has been sung
at many of the best concerts of the season. Signor Pinsuti, an Italian, bas prodncad FANTASIAS, QUADRILLES AND WALTZES..
an air of Italian grace and beauty, while he has entirely avoided the faults into which Brinley Richards' Fantasia, on “Once too Often". ...
foreign composers so often fall in setting English words to music. The melody not Emile Berger's Fantasia, on " Once too Often".
only expresses the sentiment conveyed by the poetry, but does not present a single “ Fontainbleau Quadrillé," by Strauss. (Handsomely Illustrated in Colours) 40 misplaced emphasis or accent-a most important requisite in vocal music. Mr. « La Belle Blanche Waltz," ditto ...
Knight's canzonet is melodious, flowing, and extremely well fitted for a mezzo-soprano London; Duncan DAVISON & Co. 244 Regent Street, w.
or contralto voice. There is a flaw in one place which dims the clearness of the harmony. In bar 8, page 2, G flat in the melody is accompanied by E natural in the
bass, creating a diminished third (or tenth an interval very rarely allowed, and MEYERBEER.
not, we think, in the present case. There is much that is masterly in Mr. Land's romanza, and Mr. Santley, for whom it was composed, has sung it with deserved success. We could have wished it had been a little less elaborate, that the flow of the
melody had been less disturbed by extraneous modulation; and that the pianoforte 1 by this eminent Composer, are published by DUNCAN DAYISON & CO.
accompaniment had been lighter and less loaded with notes. It is a fine song,
S. d. nevertheless, and not unworthy of the author's well-merited reputation."-The Press. " Friendship." (Freundschaft.) Quartet for 2 Tenors and 2 Basses ... • The merry hunters." (Die Lustigen Jägersleut.) Chorus for Tenors and
NEW AND REVISED EDITION.. Basses ... ... " To thee, dear land, I sing" (à la Patrie), for 2 Tenors, 2 Basses, and Chori « God save the Queen," 2 Tenors and 2 Basses, with Piano ad lib. ...
Price 12s. The Lord's Prayer for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass, with Organ ad lib.... " This house to love is holy." Serenade for 8 Voices (without accompaniment) “ Aspiration," for Bass, Solo, and Chorus of 3 Sopranos, 2 Tenors, and 1 Bass 18 THE VOICE AND SINGING " Here on the mountain," with Clarinet obbligato
“The great and deserved success of this work has brought it, in no long time, to a London : DUXcax DAVISON & Co. 244 Regent Street, W.
second edition, carefully revised, and enriched with a number of additional exercises, Just published, price 38.
which greatly increase its value."-Mustrated News. MLLE. ADELINA PATTI'S NEW WALTZ,
I DI GIOJA INSOLITA." Sung with distinguished success by Mlle.
LONDON: DUNCAN DAVISON & Co. 244 Regent Street, W.
No. 1. “ Freyschitz,” dedicated to Miss Catherine M. Pfeil.
“Norma," dedicated to Miss Katherine Greenhill MUHE HARP OF WALES. Ballad. Composed by
4. “Norma," dedicated to the pupils of Miss Gilbertson 1 BRINLEY RICHARDS, sung with such distinguished success at the CARNARVON
« Oberon," dedicated to Miss Parkes FESTIVAL, by Mr. Lewis Thomas, is published, price 3s. by
* Martha," dedicated to Miss Frances Gurney DUNCAN DAYISON & Co. 244 Regent Street, W.
London: DONGAN DAYISON & Co. 244 Regent Street, W.
THE FOLLOWING COMPOSITIONS (Copyrights),
(The Formation and Cultivation of the Voice for Singing).
SIX OPERATIO RECITALS for the PIANOFORTE,