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"MUSIC IN PARIS.
The second series of the Popular Concerts for classical music
commenced on Sunday the 12th inst. Once more has M. Pasdeloup (From an occasional Correspondent.) . '
unfolded the standard of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and MenMR. EDITOR, will you allow an outsider-one who is not regularly
delssohn. The proceeds of the first concert were devoted to the engaged on your staff, but who is fond of music nevertheless, and poor children of the 11th arrondissement, and must have amounted fancies he knows something about it, to post you up what is
to a considerable sum, for the Cirque-Napoléon was nearly full. going on in Paris at the present moment ? I venture to presume
I say “ nearly," because, here and there, I perceived some vacant you will graciously accept my letter, influenced by that Christian | places, but I believe they were paid for, although not occupied. sentiment which is so popular among the managers of our chari- At concerts given for charitable purposes, one person will sometable institutions, and which prompts them to inform the public times take three, four, or more stalls, and as he cannot possibly that “ the smallest contributions are thankfully received. If. | fill them all himself, some necessarily remain vacant, unless he however, I am mistaken, and “errare est humanum," the worst takes the trouble to send the tickets to his friends. . . that can happen is, that my letter will be consigned to the limbo ! The programme comprised Gluck's overture to Iphigénie en of your waste-paper basket, and I shall console myself with the Aulide; Beethoven's Symphony in C minor, the Andante of reflection that the letter has, ere now, afforded a resting-place to
Haydn's 50th Quartet, and the overture to Der Freischütz. The the effusions of many a better man than myself. Having thus | Andante of the Symphony was encored, and the finale very briefly given you to understand that I am prepared for all eventu:
narrowly escaped the same mark of approbation. But the public alities—that I should bear fortune's favor without a murmur, just | felt that it would have been rather too much to insist on the as I should greet her smiles with delight, I will proceed at once to
orchestra playing it again, and consequently did not persevere in facts, dished up with what descriptive flourish circumstances may
their demand. In writing the present letter, I have abstained as demand, and my fancy may dictate.
much as possible from indulging in criticism, as my opinions might, Mad. Frezzolini has appeared at the Italiens, and met with a perhaps, not tally exactly with yours. What I have endeavoured rapturous reception. The Parisians have been often accused of to give you is a catalogue a catalogue raisonné, however- of facts. fickleness, but this charge cannot, with justice. be brought against | But at present, I cannot be silent; I must speak. What do you them as far, at least: as Mad. Frezzolini is concerned. She was say to M. Pasdeloup's having Haydn's quartets, intended for four always most popular with them, and what she hitherto has been stringed instruments, as the veriest tyro in music is aware, pershe still remains. It is many years since-how many I am afraid formed by a full orchestra ; M. Pasdeloup is a gentleman who has to say, for their number reminds me that I myself am not quite done much to advance the cause of classical music in France, and 50 young as I used to be. when I wore that peculiarly elegant therefore, I am loth to find fault with him ; but patience has dark colored frock-coat with the velvet collar, and which became certain limits. Does M. Pasdeloup require to be told that if me so well, but will not now meet by almost four inches it is Haydn had wished any composition of his to be performed by a full many years, I repeat, since Mad. Frezzolini first courted the band, he would not have written it as a quartet? Such perversion favor of a Parisian audience, and during the entire interval which of a composer's—and a great composer's, to boot-intention is has elapsed she has never had cause to complain of any coldness on unworthy of a conscientious musician like M. Pasdeloup. It is their part. They are always as glad to see her as she is to meet highly bombastic, and, I fear, eminently French. Still, eminently them. This was proved last Tuesday, when she made her re- French though it be, I trust it will not occur again ; but I have appearance in Lucia. The house was crammed with the élite, the serious misgivings. The programme of the second concert, on the crème de la crème, of Imperial Paris, and the welcome accorded her
19th inst., consisted of Haydn's Symphony in G major, No. 31; was gratifying in the extreme. As a critic of one of your French Adagio of Mozart's Third Quartet; Mendelssohn's Overture to Ruy contemporaries remarks :-" there are grand and beautiful lines
| Blas; and Beethoven's Symphony in A. I was not present at this which time cannot injure, and we are obliged to take time into
second concert, and, therefore, I will not swear that M. Pasdeloup account when speaking of Mad. Frezzolini, since, in her case,
did not have Ilaydn's Spmphony played as a solo on the Jew's time signifies thirty years of success. We find a striking example
harp. I do not suppose, however-despite the liberty he took with of these grand lines, these fine proportions, unalterable-when
the quartet--that he would go quite as far as that.
. viewed in the light of art, and through the prism of enthusiasm,
The New Opera house is progressing rapidly, all things conin the person of Mad. Frezzolini. On the stage, she is still the
sidered. It is already three or four metres above the level of the most beautiful Lucia' it is possible to behold. Her profile stands
ground, on the side looking towards the Boulevard des Capucines. out magnificently, and, in the dramatic scenes of this touching |
On the south side, where the stage will be situated, it is only on a work, resembles an antique cameo, after appearing, in the softer
level with the ground. The Théâtre-Lyrique will not open for scenes, as pure as a head painted by Titian or Raphael."
another week-or fortnight. It appears that there were certain To speak the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,
alterations necessary in the front of the house. The following however. Mad. Frezzolini's voice is not what it was. but still it | engagements are announced :-Montjauze is engaged for three retains sufficient of its former force and beauty to dominate over
years; Mad. Cabel will remain attached to the company till the the others in the concerted music, as was triumphantly proved in
wie triumphantiv nroved in end of the campaign. Battaille will sustain the part at fint the famous sestet. Thanks to Mad. Frezzolini, this splendid page 1
destined for M. Bonnesour in Ondine. The latter gentleman bas of composition produced an overpowering effect. Her vocalisation
had some words with the management, M. Bouvard is engaged, is irreproacable; her style invariably that of a great artist and a
and will sing in M. Semet's opera. M. Sainte Foy, also, is engaged. perfect cdntatrice. Her phrașing is a model of finish. What a
| Among other varieties promised is Balfe's ever young Bohemian study does she afford for some of our young would-be Grisis and
girl, the heroine—the "Girl," in fact, being impersonated by Mame. Malibrans!
Miolan Carvalho. The opera was, on the whole, admirably given, Naudin being
One more scrap of news and I have finished. M. Edward Thierry, especially good. I have a bone to pick, vulgarly speaking, with
the manager of the Théâtre Français, gives the Mayor of the 11th the orchestra. It has got into the execrable habit of hurrying the
arrondissement every week a number of pit-stall tickets, for distritempo. One consequence of this, the other evening, was, that the
bution among the workman of good character in the quarter. splendid finale of the second act was spoilt, the delicious phrase
These free admissions are generally given for those nights when for the violins, which runs through the entire score of the marriage
| pieces of the old classical repertory are performed., FAVET contract, losing all that charm and grace for which it is so celebrated. When I hear a magnificent piece of music thus sacrificed, thus scampered through anyhow, I cannot help fancying the gentlemen of the orchestra are thinking more of their demi-tasse
MEYERBEER.-It may save disappointment to state, on trustworthy and game of dominoes after the opera than of what they are playing.
authority, that there is no chance of M. Meyerbeer being in Paris for The last revival at the Imperial opera is M. Félicien David's
some time to come; and thus that no new opera from his portfolio is to Herculaneum. It was produced on Friday, and well received.
be expected during the season of 1863.-Athenæum. By the way, are you aware that M. David has been named officer Munich.-Herr August Baumgärtner, organist and inventor of a nes of the Legion of Honour?
system of musical stenography, died here on the 27th September.
MUSIC AT LEIPSIC.*
was a success, especially in the allegretto, but the scherzo betrayed
the conductor, Herr Reinecke, into a far too precipitate tempo. In . Leipsic, Oct. 6th., 1862.
Malle. Orwill we made the acquaintance of a talented pupil of The musical Michaelmas Fair is now at boiling point. Nothing Mdme. Viardat Garcia. She possesses a fine and sufficiently strong greets the ear save music in every direction, but what music? The mezzo-soprano, of agreeable, but by no means overpowering tone, gangs of Miners' bands, guitarists, harp-girls, organ-grinders, and which has completed the higher study of its art, so as to merit the other peripatetic wretches appear to start out of the earth, and the diploma of a very good." The bravura and shake still exhibit shortstatistic returns of the police must prove their numbers to be such comings, which, however, may be surmounted by study and perseas to make one's hair stand on end with horror. The lover of art verance. The young lady selected an aria from Handel's Julius is surrounded by contrasts. "Par aspra ad astra,” he thinks, as, Cæsar, with the " Ah, desio ” of Mozart, and, by so doing, accompanied by the discordant sounds of a miserable polka, he paid rather too much deference to so-called good taste. Her rehastily leaves the confused crowd and bustle in the street, and ception, however, was particularly favorable. Maestro Vieuxtemps ascends the steps of the Gewandhaus, to revel in Beethoven's consecrated the evening by a chef-(l'auvre-his A Minor Concerto, Seventh Symphony. Completely carried away by the immortal a composition as full of manual difficulties as distinguished for strains, full of the heavenly beauties of the work, his heart teeming feeling and by an unpublished Polonaise, which does not contain with the noblest and mightiest melodies, he hurries off, and a any striking features. His performance was eminently fine. fearful street-quartet, consisting of a screeching clarinet, a trumpet, The second concert is fixed for the 12th inst. The directors have a horn, and a bass-tuba, snatches him with a spirit of grinning secured the services of Malle. Sara Magnus, as soloist. This young mockery, by means of the Radetzki-March, from his illusions. pianist made her début here, a few months ago. With stoical composure, the genuine Leipsicker bears this most terrible of all nuisances, and retains sufficient good sense to go and enjoy Menzel's concerts in the Schützenhaus, or the concerts of the Music IN THE METROPOLIS FIFTY YEARS SIXce.--If there were no Prussian military-director, Herr Rosen Roanz in the Centralhalle.
music halls, and few or no musical public-houses, the want was comThe opera selected for the fair at the Stadttheater was Wagner's
pensated by the abundance of out-door concerts, which required no Fliegender Holländer, not a very advantageous selection in a
licence, and were undisturbed by the ancient race of soinnolent watchpecuniary light, since there has been a decrescendo in the attend
men, who were rather glad than otherwise to be sung to sleep. Every
I open space and convenient corner, from Holborn Bars and Temple Bar, ance, out of keeping with the expenses incurred for scenery and
to Whitechapel, was occupied by itinerant singers and musicians, at all machinery. It would be useless to go into a detailed account of fitting seasons. . They were not fond of daylight, though on festival the work itself, which is an embrio of the Wagnerian Art-Produc Occasions they would follow their vocations at any hour ; but, as a rule, tions of the Future, and is placed even by the advocates of the they loved the shade," and appealed to their public by the" glimpses Wagnerian school in the doubtful domain of striving and non of the moon," or by the still more « ineffectual” glowworinish light of attainment. Shall we collect the stubble, to praise what pleases, the street lamps. Saturday and Monday evenings were the favorito and censure what displeases us? Of all Wagner's librettos, that of the times for street concerts. These peripatetic vocalists, having retentive Fliegender Holländer is the most interesting, despite the bad verses,
memories and abundance of assurance, never encumbered themselves of which, like his other librettos, it contains a large number. It
with sheet music ; they carried a bundle of ballads, printed separately, has genuine dramatic touches, which keep the attention fixed to
on slips of dirt-coloured paper, and the type very indistinct, all the
letters seeming afflicted with delirium tremens. Each slip was about the very last, and upon which a musical superstructure might well
twelve inches long and four wide, embellished at the top with a smudgy. have been raised. At present, however, the music is simply a con:
ornament, libellously called the “Royal arms." This people's edition tinuous experiment, with dramatic effects following each other
of popular songs was sold by the publisher, who dwelt soinewhere in without due selection or connection, and, at times, mirroring nude Seven-dials, at 3d. per dozen, but the street price was id. each, though nature with revolting truthfulness. The overture and first 'act | 1d. was never refused. The minstrel, if alone, needed nothing else in were coldly received. There was nothing like applause till the his business, unless he wanted an accompaniment, and then a cracked " Spinning-song," and ballad in the second act, but the applause fiddle, or a disabled guitar fully answered his purpose. When the was bestowed upon precisely those pieces which are founded upon company was double or treble, a man and woman, or two men and a the so-called “worn-out stand point." The performance was woman, there might be a harp, which had been in service from the age good and careful, proying that the Leipsic theatre possesses at the
of Cadwallader, a fife, a flute, (suffering from bronchitis), or, if the present moment, a highly valuable company of vocalists. The
music was to be martial, a drum, There were no. German bands in girlish character of Senta was admirably embodied by Madme.
those days, and the organs were “ few and far between." They hardly
dared to try Mr. Bull's patience then ; if they had, it would have been Rübsamen Weith. Her dramatic impersonation, however, is still
at the risk of stoning, or something worse. A reasonably good livelihere and there deficient in certainty and vivacity. Her singing,
and viyacity: Her singing, hood was made by some of those street Apollos; and a few of them, however, is marked with feeling, and rendered by a fine voice, though with little or no musical knowledge, were gifted with very fine though the effect of the latter is marred, at intervals, by a harsh voices, and, of course, their success was in proportion.-City Press. gutteral tone. Herr Ossenbach (Daland), has a fine, soft, bass
BELFAST. (from a Correspondent.) -Handel's " Ode for St. Cecilia's Day" voice, distinguished for its elevated character. Herr Weidemann, hasi
eidemann, | has been given, with a miscellaneous selection by the Classical Harmonists' who had to represent the unhappy personage Erik, is a valuable Society. Madame Rudersdorff, Miss Julia Elton, and Mr. J. G. Inkersall tenor, whose voice, however, is unfortunately deficient in that were the singers, and Mr. Harper, the trumpeter, was also engaged. Madame certainty and power of endurance requisite for more important | Rudersdorff's singing in the ode was, indeed, all that could be desired: her parts; his intonation is invariably wavering. Herr Jungmann, delivery of the accompanied recitative, “ But bright Cecilia” and the following on the other hand, pleased us very much in 'the small part solo, raised her audience to enthusiasm. The choruses were given steadily of the Helnısman. The hero found an excellent representative and tunefully, and the orchestral parts, including the overture, were finely in Herr Rübsamen. He possesses a fine, powerful baritone which I played. The second part of the concert, devoted to songs, &c., introduced a “ he knows how to turn to the best advantage. His pronunciation | young lady, Miss Julia Elton, who, with an excellent contralto voice, a large however, is blurred by faults, of which, as a vocalist, he should get
amount of artistic resources, and a good deal of carnestness, rapidly established rid. The choruses are exceedingly difficult, and were badly exe- |
herself in a favorable position with the audience. In an agreeable air of A.
re baduy exe- Randegger—"Sleep, dearest, Sleep"-she was encored; the most important cuted. That the run of the opera will be only ephemeral, no one piece was Madame Rudersdorff's “ Let the bright seraphin," with Mr. doubts. The first Gewandhaus concert was a brilliant one, as
Harper's accompaniment. In Signor Arditi's valse “Il bacio,” her agile and regards programme, attendance, and execution. It began with the flexible voice, and finished execution made a furore. The concert was con" Anacreon Overture," that clever piece of mosaic by Cherubini, ducted by Dr. Edmund T. Chirp, the celebrated organist who holds the the melodic fragments of which are worked up into a wondrous appointment of conductor to the Anacreontic and Classical Harmonists' whole. The mode in which it was performed was nothing more Society, and organist to the Ulster Hall. The presence of so thorough a nor less than unsurpassable; there was such perfection, even in the musician in Belfast, cannot but have an important influence on the musical slightest details, that the delight it afforded was something extra history of the town. As an organist, Dr. Chipp has few equals, and as a ordinary. The execution of Beethoven's A Major Symphony, also,
conductor, he showed that he possesses high qualifications. When the new organ is erected, lie will have many opportunities of displaying his superior
talents as an organist, and the public will be able, from time to time, to enjoy * Translated from the Nero Berliner Musik Zeitung. | a rich and intellectual treat in listening to his performances.
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bert's.) Second Violin and Bass Part
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