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Thomas A, and Lady B, and Church Organs, 631; Grau, 135 ; Halle, 317; Hamburgh, Grisi, Carlotta, 835
92. The Amateur Society, 161. The Organ, 22, 37, 54, 103, 135, 149, 166, 215, 263, 318, Grisi and Mario in America, 9, 11, 26, 68, 99
744. The Philharmonic Society and its 358, 442, 531,556, 611, 643, 663, 695, 791, I Grisi and Mario's Return to England, 154
Director, 306. The Philharmonic Society 793; Hanover, 37, 103, 150, 166, 198, Gregorio, Signor, 528
and Mr. J. B. Chatterton, 110. The Poor 215, 231, 252, 292, 333, 376, 451, 570, Guedenoff, General, 190
Tuner at Manchester, 193. The smallest 643, 695, 747, 775; Hongkong, 13; | Guernsey, Captain Wellington, 329
Receipt on record, 782. Virginals, The, 782. Italy, 377, 411, 442, 473, 491, 507, 522, 595, Gye, Mr. F., 154, 186
War, Weather, and Music, 504. Wagner, 611, 728, 746; Jena, 490"; Klagenfurtb, 570;
Richard, 189. Weber's Dernière Pensée, Königsberg, 103, 180, 231, 377, 442, 683, Hale, Mr. W. P., 464
616.

827; Kremsmunster, 474; Laibach, 494 ; Hallé, Mr. C., 150, 345
Costa, Signor, 499, 528

Leipsic, 13, 21, 37, 71, 102, 119, 150, 182, Harris, Mr. A., 174
Croft, v. Lumley, 60, 103, 760, 777

214, 231, 252, 349, 359, 377, 451, 503, Hawes, Miss M. B., 219
Oruvelli, Marie, 26

531, 570, 647, 682, 728, 747, 755, 762, 785, Hayes, Miss Catherine, 60, 116, 219
Cruvelli, Sophie, 9, 161,398, 451, 834, 835 795; Lemberg, 231; Liege, 417; Lisbon, Haydn's “ Creation” and Mrs. Stowe, 78

23, 103, 231, 442; Lubeck, 87, 695; Heinefetter, Madame Stockl, 502
Deaths, 104, 120, 200, 0:12, 772

Lubiana, 521 ; Lucca, 491; Madrid, 135, 694, Hereford Musical Festival, 301, 542, 562 1
Dejean, Madame Julienne, 791

Magdeburg, 23, 402, 793; Malaga, 694;728; Her Majesty and the Theatres, 122
Departures for the Continent, 528

Mannheim, 54, 166, 531,556, 695, 752, 771, Her Majesty at the French Exhibition, 552
Der Freyschütz“ Redivivus,” 35

832; Mantua, 293, 317; Mayence, 214, 252, Hill, Mr. H., 282
Do Beasts like Music? 785

317, 437, 440, 499, 531, 643, 663, 695, 715, Horton, Miss P.“ Illustrative Gatherings," 222
Don Giovanni, 342

820; Merseburg, 695; Metz, 448; Milan, 21, How to take Sebastopol, 458
Donizetti, 517

292, 317, 349,377, 643, 695, 827; Mublbeim, How to get rid of Recalls, 694
Dramatic Gossip, 109, 122, 140, 173, 189, 199, 695; Munich, 13, 54, 166, 231, 263, 333, Hummel's, J. N., Account of his own Life, 27
215

359, 377, 410, 411, 479, 523, 601, 664, 695; Huerta, the Guitarist, 703
Drury Lane Theatre and Mr. E. T. Smith, 81 Naples, 87, 214, 252, 264, 292, 317, 349, 376, Hummel and Field, 600
Duke of Cambridge in Paris, 760

411, 643, 795; Neisse, 135; New York, 54,
Duprez, M., 699

595, 664, 683, 696, 713, 807, 825 ; Norrköp. Improvement in Church Music, 94,

ing, 570; Ostend, 611, 635; Padua, 807; Individuality in Music, 7
Ella, Mr., Lectures, 347

Paris, 1, 20, 36, 51, 65, 84, 100, 117, 134, International Copyright (England and Bel.
Erard, Monsieur, 549

147, 163, 180, 196, 212, 229, 246, 262, 290, gium), 93
Ernst, Herr, 35, 343, 455, 806

317, 331, 358, 385, 389, 410, 471, 488, 521, | Isaacs, Master, 327
Exeter Hall, 693

530, 563, 594, 645, 663, 680, 727, 746, 793, Italian Art in France and Theatrical Journalism
Eva, the Ballet of, 283, 300, 307, 327, 338 808, 824, 826; Parma, 411; Pesth, 252,664, in Italy, 479

695; Philadelphia, 713; Posen, 263, 556, Italian Opera at Liverpool, 490
Farren, Mr. W., 455, 468, 746

663, 683, 811, 827; Potsdam, 13; Prague,
Ferraris, Amalia, 792

103, 318, 555; Presburg, 318, 728; Revel, Joachim, Joseph, 34, 755
Festival of the Three Choirs, 395, 565

755; Rign, 728, 755; Rio de Janeiro, 166, | Joachim, J., and Schumann, Clara, 61
Fashions à la Rachel, 693

333, 442, 667, 747 ; Rostock, 377; Rotter- | Julie, Malle., 792, 806
Favante, Malle. Rita, 747

dam, 54, 214, 358; Saltzburg, 164 ; San Jullien, 65, 154, 471, 487, 616
Field and Hummell, 600

Francisco, 735; Schaffhausen, 631; Schwe. Jullien in the Provinces, 534, 550, 570, 822
Fish with Musical Scales, 372

rin, 818; St. Petersburgh, 22, 183, 358, 728, | Jullien’s Concerts, 10, 25, 42, 58, 75, 726, 735,
FOREIGN-Aix la Chapelle, 139, 570, 633, 663, 807, 809, 818; Stettin, 231, 451, 728; Stock: 742, 758, 775, 790, 806, 823
682, 695; Amsterdam, 13, 22, 67, 87 ; Bad holm, 119, 231, 318, 767 ; Strasburg, 183, Jullien's Bal Masqué, 822
Gastein, 570; Baden, 556; Baden-Baden, 252, 317, 393, 531, 555, 820; Stuttgard, 13,
515, 556, 635; Barcelona, 165, 333; Bar: 333, 664, 747, 795, 820; Trieste, 333, 349, | Keeley, Miss Mary A., 219
men, 317; Berlin, 13, 22, 37, 54, 87, 102, 807; Turin, 103, 696; Venice, 198, 231, 252, Kell, Mr., the Blind Organist, 138
119, 135, 149, 165, 183, 198, 213, 230, 247, 490; Vicenza, 505; Vienna, 22, 37, 54, 71, Kemble, Mrs. Fanny, 59, 90
263, 279, 292, 317, 332, 359, 377, 402, 451, 86, 103, 118, 135, 166, 197, 213, 247, 263, Kidderminster Musical Festival, 679
472, 484, 522, 531, 549, 570, 591, 635, 643, 279, 292, 317, 451, 531, 794; Viterbo, 694; Krall, Malle., 284
663, 695, 728, 746, 762, 779, 794, 809; Warsaw, 531; Weimar, 87, 118, 359, 394,
Berne, 587; Blankenberg, 279; Bordeaux, 514, 663, 695; Wessprim, 552; Wiesbaden, Lake, Mr. George, and the Liverpool Organ, 597
135, 647, 795; Boston, 21, 727;. Bra. 22, 183, 490, 570, 729; Wurzburg, 13; Zie. Lavigne and Nourrit, 575
zil, 643 ; Bremen, 22, 87, 318, 791 ; benstein, 611; Zurich, 13, 695.

LEADING ARTICLES :-
Broslau, 166, 359, 494, 556, 613, 775, 810, Tortuni, Malle. Agnes, 791

Ander, Herr, 725; Anderson, Mr., 360 ; An
817; Bromberg, 214, 556; Brunswick, 103, Formes, Herr, 122, 517, 742

Organist and Organ Building, 233; A Letter
166, 318, 359, 377, 472, 556, 728, French Chanteurs Montagnards, 138

of Square Toes, 312; Beethoven's Ninth
758, 820; Brussels, 23, 102, 118, 165, French Benevolent Society, 122

Symphony and the Examiner, 232; Bennett,
180, 198, 601, 794; Bucharest, 631 ;

Mr. W. s., and the Conductorship of tho
Carlsruhe, 332, 472, 728; Cassel, 431; Gallery of Ilustration, 375, 832

Philharmonic, 788; Benefit Concerts, 121 ;
Chemnitz, 782; Coblentz, 87; Coburg, 22, Galli, Filipo, 28

Benevolent Fund of the Sacred Harmonio
747,820; Cologne, 13, 14, 22, 54, 86, 118, 166, Garcia, Manuel, 673

Society, 184; Best, Mr. W. T., and the
182, 198, 231, 278, 332, 350, 472, 523, 570, Gassier, Madame, 261

Panopticon, 397; Bishop, Sir Henry, 152,
593, 635, 695, 746, 779; Copenhagen, 23, General Dramatic Agency and Sick Fund, 300 280, 296, 312; Bennett, Mr. W. s., and
119, 292; Cracow, 231, 263 ; Crefeld, 523; German Theatre Receipts, 211

English Composers, 296; Berlioz and Wag.
Dantsic, 37, 87, 150, 198, 252, 279, 333, Gifts to the French Army in the Crimea, 639 ner, 379 ; Birmingham Musical Festival, 433,
695; Darmstadt, 23, 54, 150, 263, 377, 442, | Gloucester Cathedral, 771

532, 596 ; Cherubini, 104; Crystal Palace
747 ; Dessau, 103, 119, 166, 183, 231, 292; Glover, Howard, “ Tam o'Shanter," 486, 619 Band, 677; Copyright, 298; Conservatory
Dieppe, 523; Dresden, 13, 22, 87, 118, 135, | Gluck, 626

of Music at Cologne, 740, 756; Costa, M.,
149, 231, 279, 292, 317, 359, 505, 555, 683, God Save the King, 555

and Bennett, Mr. W. S., 154 ; Costa, M.,
740, 807; Düsseldorf, 279, 317, 402, 484; Goddard, Miss Arabella, 73, 165, 183, 194, Oratorio of Eli, 612; Dearth of Musical
Elberfeldt, 13, 333; Elbing, 359, 663; Ems, 268, 279, 282, 301, 311, 329, 354, 469, 521, News, 628; Eggis, M. Etienne, and Mendels-
400, 522; Erfurt, 13, 135, 214, 523, 811; 1 570, 597, 726

sohn, 501; Ella, Mr. and his Eloquence, 453;
Florence, 292, 451, 643; Frankfort-on-the Goldsmidt, Madame Jenny Lind, 34, 161, 547, English Opera, 136; Farren, Mr. W., 468;
Maine, 13, 22; 87, 135, 150, 215, 231, 252; 807; at Exeter Hall, 835

Grisi and Mario's Return to England, 170;
263, 318, 332, 411, 680, 683, 728, 747 ; Go!Imick, Herr, 683

Harmonic Union, 8, 72, 820; Hereford
Genoa, 292, 376; Geneva, 327, 451, 728; Good Taste, 755

Musical Festival, 485; Her Majesty's Private
Gera, 103, 695; Ghent, 439; Görlitz, 183; Gordigiani, Signor, 417

Band, 201, 216, 218, 232, 248, 345; Italian
Gotha, 119, 166, 252, 626, 728; Gratz, Gotschalk, M., 514

Opera (The) in Paris, 532; Il Conte Ory
and L’Europe Artiste, 298 ; Jullien's Con | Mendelssohn Fund, 34
certs, 709, 805; L'Etoile du Nord, 435; Mendelssohn and the Parisian Critics, 193
Libel on Jullien and Co., 453 ; Limited Lia. | Messiah, The, 824
bility Bill and English Composers, 486; Lind, Meyerbeer, 55, 99, 186, 227, 435, 458, 464,
Jenny, 772; Lindley, Robert, the Violon 473, 483, 484, 487,515, 529, 552
cellist, 380, Meeting of the Three Choirs, Minasi, Mr. Antonio, 778
433; Mendelssohn'. Testimonial, 378; Mario, Minnie, 533
Signor, in a scrape, 662; Mendelssohn's Mitchel, Mr., and French Plays, 138
St. Paul, 137; Meyerbeer's visit to England, Modern Literature, 668
396; Meyerbeer's Departure, 484; Moyer- | Morning Concerts (in 1750), 138
beer and M. Costa, 517; Meyerbeer's Movement in C (Division), 490
"Etoile du Nord” and Mr. E.T. Smith, 152; | Mozart's' “ Don Giovanni," 718, 738, 752, 767,
Monster Organ at Liverpool, 361; Musical | 785, 802, 814
Union (The) and Criticism, 281; Musio at Mozart Institution, The, 487
the Crystal Palace, 137; Musicsellers' | Muller, Mr. Robert (Death of), 602
· Announcements, 153, Musical Festivals and Murray, Mr. E., 806
the Railways, 564; National Opera Com. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh, 711
pany, 644, 676, 708, 725; New Philhar. Musicians should study Intercourse, 731
monic Society, 468; Nitocris at Drury Lane, Music in Holland, 66
661; Our Provincial Correspondents and Music wedded to Drama, 727
their Criticisms, 596; Panopticon Organ, 9, Music in the Provinces, 21
25; Panopticon and Mr. W. T. Best, 396; Music laid on like Gas, 55
Philharmonic Society, 41, 56, 57, 200, 468, Music of the Political Spheres, 55
486, 517, 548, 692,788; Piccolomini, Malle., Music of the Tartars, 139
821; Praeger, Professor, 328, 361, 397; | Musical Festivals, 629
Professional Chorus Singers, 24, 40; Rachel, Musical Gossip, 694, 711, 725
500, 516, 822 ; Ratcatcher's Daughter, The,
709; Reach, Mr. Angus, and the Amateur | Nau, Malle., 533
Performance, 202; Ré-union des Arts, 58; | Negri, Signor, L., 381
Rolle, Jean Henri, 105 ; Royal Italian Opera, Newcombe, Mr., 434
120, 217, 249, 264 ; St. George's Hall, Liver. | New Philharmonic Society, 94, 250
pool, 773; Society of British Musicians, | News for Sims Reeves, 342
804; Strakosh, Herr, of New York, 73 ; New Arrivals, 277
The Conversations with Rossini, by Ney, Malle. Jenny, 233
F. Hiller, 724; The Leader and Signor Verdi, Nicholson, Mr. (organ builder), 607
282; The Morning Post and Verdi, 314; | Nisbett, Mrs., 455
The Morning Post and Signor Costa, 581; | Non Poma Natamus, 635
Three Nightingales, 105; Verdi, 313, 344, | Norton, Mrs., and Rachel, 521

455; Viardot, Mad., and Sig. Verdi's Trova Norwich Musical Festival, 575, 742
· tore, 168 ; Wagner, Richard, 88, 170, 185, | Notice, 832
299, 412, 613, 660, 832

Nourrit and Lavigne, 575
Learn to write and don't learn to write, 94
Leare to Play Shakspere, 759

Obituary, 104, 120, 200, 612, 772
Les Vépres Siciliennes, 443

Odoardo e Cristina, 705
Lesueur, Madame, 330

Of the Abuses of Music, 736
Lesueur, The Composer, 650

Opera at Drury lane, 641
L'Etoile du Nord, 61, 479, 533, 742

Opera Bank of England, 490
L'Europe Artiste, 435, 451

Opera and Drama, by Richard Wagner, 307,
Leusden, Malle. Anna, 824

322, 339, 355, 372, 391, 407, 437, 445, 461,
Lind, Jenny, 161, 547, 823

481, 496, 510, 526, 545, 566, 575, 599, 608,
Lind, Jenny, and Mr. Mitchell, 824, 831

631, 638, 654, 674, 697, 706, 722, 736, 751,
Lind, Jenny, versus Italy, 778

770, 784, 801, 819
Lindley, Robert, 393, 464

Opera and Drama in Germany, 602
Liszt, Herr F., 394, 417

Opera and Orchestra, 156
Litolff, Henry, 6

Organ, 35, 82, 84, 130, 236, 584, 594, 659,
Liverpool Philharmonic Society and Mr. Sud.

677, 715, 744
low, 75

Organ, opening a new one at Clayton, 731
Lohengrin, 225, 242, 257, 277

Organ of St. George's Chapel, Windsor, 798
Lola Montes, 51

Original Letter of Jenny Lind, 252
Look at Home, 269

Osborne, Mr. G. A., 261
Lover v. Davidson, 261
Love's Souvenir, 29

Pacini, Signor, 202
Lucombe, Mr. T., 138

Paganini, 28
Lumley, Mr., 411

Palmyra and Paola, Malles., 395

Panopticon, 28, 199, 667, 693, 825
Macnamara, Mrs., 792, 806

Paradies, Madame Theresa, 253, 263
Macready, Mr., 116

Parisian Musical Mems., 211
Managerial Bulls, 194

Peculiarities of Musicians, 474
Manuscripts of Mozart, 662

Pergolese, J. B., 624
Mara, Madame, Sketch of, 17

Perfumed Letter-Box (The), 687
Mario, Signor, 742, 822, 835

Philharmonic Society and Mr. G.F. Flowers, 34
Marriages, 120, 152, 200, 312, 500

Piccolomini, Malle., 817,835
Marseillaise, The, 691

Pierini, Signor, 310
Mathews, Mr. C., 250

Piracy in the Colonies, 38
Meeting of Charity Children at St. Paul's, 366 Playing People out, 443
Mehemet Ali Pacha's Daughter and the 10th Pleyel, Madame, 628
Hussars, 301.

Polytechnic Institution and Her Majesty's

Visit, 300

Porpora, 703
Power of Music, 624, 816
Prophète (The), in Paris and London, 451
PROVINCIAL:-

Amersham, 807 ; Armagh, 499; Atherstone,
92; Barnsley, 125; Bath, 23; Belfast, 167;
Birkenhead, 286; Birmingham, 53, 167,
271, 333, 385, 442, 558, 574, 579, 664, 761,
792; Blackburn, 38, 321, 807 ; Bodmin,
286; Bolton, 807; Boroughbridge, 729;
Bradford, Yorkshire, 125, 267, 569, 579,
745, 792; Bramley, 745 ; Bredon, 269;
Bridgnorth, 825; Brighton, 188, 199, 215,
666, 712, 745, 792, 822, 837; Bristol, 38;
Carmarthen, 199; Cheetham, 826 ; Chelten-
ham, 103, 140, 151, 253; Chorlton upon
Medlock, 215; Clayton, 569; Clifton, 183 ;
Coalbrookdale, 793; Coventry, 807 ; Croy-
don, 437; Derby, 349; Dewsbury 270,
825; Dover, 125, 570; Dublin, 13, 91, 151,
252, 318, 406, 437, 448, 610, 677, 702, 712,
760, 806; Dudley, 349, 569; Durham, 650,
807'; Edinburgh, 71, 124, 140, 737 ; Eve-
sham, 295; Folkestone, 125; Glasgow,
761, 825; Gloucester, 53, 664, 729, 793 ;
Gravesend, 23, 140, 295; Greenwich, 28,
711; Hackney, 826; Halifax, 124, 125,
694, 745, 825; Harrow-on-the-hill, 269;
Hereford, 252, 543, 562, 711 ; Huddersfield,
151, 650, 793; Hul, 140, 569; Kidder.
minster, 569, 679, 694; Kirkburton, 745 ;
Knaresborough, 23; Leamington, 124;
Leeds, 13, 23, 38, 53, 91, 125, 188, 215,
270, 286, 570, 578, 598, 650, 664, 682, 729,
745, 778, 792, 793, 807, 826; Leicester,
91, 252, 295 ; Lichfield, 318; Liverpool,
12, 23, 70, 125, 141, 151, 166, 188, 238,
269, 285, 318, 385, 490, 534, 551, 568, 570,
649, 664, 694 ; Maidstone, 38; Manchester,
12, 23, 37, 70, 109, 141, 151, 166, 215, 237,
269, 348, 498, 507, 538, 550, 569, 578, 603,
635,664,729,761,778,792,807,837; Margate,
167 ; Melbourne, Australia, 771 ; Merthyr,
38, 459 ; Newark, 442; Newcastle-on-Tyne,
157, 575, 665; Northampton, 592; Nor.
wich, 167, 575 ; Nottingham, 761; Oldham,
92; Otley, 807; Oxford, 167, 237, 761,
807; Penistono, 295; Plymouth, 29, 167,
199, 807, 837; Pocklington, Yorkshire, 53;
Pontefract, 92; Preston, 286; Reading,
151; Reigate, 270; Ripon, 23; Rochester,
71; Rugby, 188; Scarborough, 517; Shef.
field, 53, 109; Shrewsbury, 12, 188, 252;
Southampton, 167; Staffordshire Potteries,
592; Stamford, 295, 600 ; Stratford, 295 ;
Stretford, 92; Sunderland, 682; Swindon,
761; Sydney, 164, 631; Thirsk, 38; Ton-
bridge, 490; Uttoxeter, 92; Uxbridge,
793; Weymouth, 23; Whitby, 71, 109;
Whitehaven, 274; Wolverhampton, 125,
729, 7789; Worcester, 23, 38, 53, 91, 109,
125, 238, 252, 269, 286, 327, 570, 650, 807;

Worthing, 579; York, 124, 321.
Queen (The) and the Pianoforte Makers, 671
Rachel and the Marseillaise, 702
Rachel, Malle., 81, 231, 395, 512, 517, 521,

523, 531, 533, 628, 639, 664, 711, 825.
Reactionary Letters, 19, 44, 49, 69, 81, 99,

113, 129, 146, 162, 179, 195
Reed, Mr. and Mrs., 835
Reichardt, Herr, 229, 261, 835
REVIEWS:-
Allen, G. B., 321, 450, 549, 598, 658. Andrews,

R., 477. Andrews, Mrs. J. H., 787. Ascher,
J., 467. Bagge, T. J., 787. Baker, T., 467.
Barker, G., 39. Barrow, W, 467. Bartho-
lomew, Mrs. Mounsey, 730. Baynham, T.: Salaman's, Mr. Charles, A[usical Lectures, 26 Lyceum.--Too much of a good Thing, 123.
759. Beddoe, A., 730. Benedict, Jules' 38, 150, 174, 311, 394, 711
mach as any, by displaying great powers as an actor; in many band of roysterers, who admire their pretty faces, and desire å scenes he exhibited strong indications of possessing no small more intimate acquaintance. They are rescued by a muleteer portion of the genius of Roncoui. Du reste, the opera was gaily attired and courteous in bearing, who drives off the mounted in magnificent style and at lavish expense. Nearly molesters and rescues the ladies. The Queen is convinced the whole of the action takes place at night, and the libretto is that the muleteer can be no other than the disguised Infante, more obscure than the time it represents. M. Ragani, however, and without discovering her incognito thanks him for his serdetermined that no material aid should be wanting to success, vices. At the next venta they have to deal with men of a and accordingly gave unlimited orders for new grottoes, decora- different class, but of similar tastes. Don Pedro, cousin of the tions, palaces, gardens, dungeons, cascades, and a new moon Queen, who has sworn to marry her, or cause her abdication, is which had never done business elsewhere, and played a most, drinking with a choice lot of boon companions. At the sight of important part on this occasion. The orchestra, under Signor the two pretty maidens they take them by the waist, and are Bonetti, was above all praise ; the choruses excellent. Finally, 1 about to proceed to further extremities, when the muleteer (the Signor Verdi, who had personally superintended the rehearsals, deus ex machina) again appears, again rescues them, is again was called for three times, and honoured by receiving a bouquet thanked by the Queen, who again preserves her incognito, and thrown by the fair hand of the Empress herself. I trust this (still disguised) places herself under the protection of Don Pedro: opera may be the means of turning the tide in M. Ragani's whereupon the first act ends. The second act opens in the favour, for until now he has had a most sorry season, and must palace of the Queen, who, in full régal attire, is seated on her have been a heavy loser by his operatic speculation,

Take that Girl away, 155. Crown Diamonds,
450, 810. Berger, F., 467, 477, 787, 788) Sale of old Violins, 277

310.
810. Best, W. T., 431. Borrow, W., 11• Schott, J. J., 119

Marylebone.Leon of the Iron Mask, 90.
Braine, W. R., 477. Brooks, W., 787 | Schumann, Madame Clara-Wieck, 154, 755 Olympic.-Louis XI., 35. Angus Reach's
Browne, Corporal J., 431. Campana, Signor Scraps from an Amateur's Common place Benefit, 220. The Welsh Girl, 295, School
55. Cheshire, J., 776, 787. Chipp, E. T.: Book, 61, 76, 93, 119

for Scandal, 440. Mr. Robson's Benefit,
467. Christine, Louise, 11. Clinton, J.: Scribe, 473

448. Five Pounds Reward, 791, Pantomime,
431. Cole, J. P., 787. Compton, C. II., 39 Sivori, Signor, 502

835
Conversations on Harmony, 743. Costa's) | Sick and Wounded at Scutari, 225

Princesses.-Louis XI., 44. Henry VIII., 310.
Signor, Portrait, 523. Crowdey, F., 477 Singing and Moustachios, 440

Sadler's Wells.-Lyceum Company, 235. Mr.
Cusins, W. G., 467. D’Egrille, Louis, 825. Smith, Albert, Mont Blanc, 285, 791

Webster and Madame Celeste, 295. The
Engel, 836. Douglas, J. P., 321. Dunstan Smith, Mr. o., Death of, 89

Hunchback, 602. Hamilton of Bothwell-
J. M., 11. Durner, J., 787. Egghard, Julese | Smith, Mr. G. Townshend, 711

haugh, 693.
29. Ellerton, J. L., 787,810. Ewer, Carl,11. Sontag, Madame, 116

St. James's.-Mrs. Seymour's management.-
Fitzwilliam, F., 743. Fowle, T. L., 431, 477. Spark, M., Presentation of a Testimonial to, Clarisse-Art, 123. La Czarina, 155. M.
Gilbert, B., 477. Glover, C. W., 55. Goll- 190

Levassor, 377. Malle. Rachel, 499, 516.
mick, A., 236, 759, 810. Guglielmo, P. D. Spontini, 642, 655, 672, 690, 707 .

Strand.-Mr. Leighton Walter's début, 60.
810. Gumbert, F., 91. Gungl, J. 477, Stabbach, Miss, 10

The Cricket on the Hearth, 189. King
Händal, 235. Hatton, J. L., 450,810. He Steggall, Dr., 471, 742

Queer, 235. Mr. Stirling's Benefit, 747.
mans, Mrs., 450. Hempel, C. F., 39, 743. Stanley, Miss Emma, “Seven Ages of Woman," Daughter of the Regiment, 286. Miss Julia
Hills, John, 11. Holloway, A.., 759. 806

Bleaden, 295. Sally Smart, 342. Miss
Holmes, E., 810. King, R., junior, 787. Stolen Music Paper, 55

Rebecca Isaacs's Benefit, 451. The Heir-at-
Kruger, 743. Kucken, F., 91. Langen, Ma Stoltz, Rosina, 4

Law, 667. Burlesque on Nitocris, 693.
thilde, 450. Laurent, H., 759. Leslie, H., St. Matthew's Church, City Road, 629

Soho.-Italian Opera, 742. Lucia, 757.
39. Lichtenstein, G., 29, 743. Lindpaintner, St. Marc, Malle., 266

Surrey.--Mr. Phelps, 295. Lady of Lyons
P., 29. Lindridge, G., 39. Linley, G., 321, St. George's Hall, Liverpool, 295, 318, 547, 342. Love Chase, 342. Sonnambula, 440
450, 730. Longden, W. G., 730. Lowe, J., 648

The Wife, 629.
776. Macfarren, G. A., 321, 450. Mackay, Subscriptions for 1856, 832

Theatricals at San Francisco, 735
C., 343, 730. Manns, 837. Maynard, Walter, Sunday Music, 688

Theatricals in Australia, 771
450. Matthey, A., 39. Mendelssohn, 431, 731. Surrey Zoological Gardens, 375, 435, 470, 487 The First Singer going—not gone, 602
Minasi, Antonio, 743. Molique, B., 29, 825. Swiss Ranz des Vaches, 817

| The Grand Opera in 1713 at Paris, 603
Moore, C., 91. Mori, F., 321. Mudie, T. M.,

The Messiah and the Creation, 126
810. Naumann, T. W., 743, 759, 776, 788. Tamberlik, Signor, 774

The Overture, 775
Neate, 836. Oberthür, C., 787. Orpheus, 776. Ternan, Miss Fanny, 295

The real Bull caught by the Horns, 109
Oury, Madame, 450. Palmer, Miss, 743. Thalberg, 571, 774, 817

The Riots at Jullien's, 735
Philp, Miss E., 236, 825. Prout, T, J., 730.
R. G. E. L., 39.

The smallest Receipt on record, 774

THEATRES.
Rea, W., 787. Richards, | Adelphi.-Janet Pride, 90. La Basadère, 108.

The Voice, 666
Brinley, 776. Robinson, Mrs. Joseph, 467.
New version of Valentine and Orson, 731.

Thillon, Madame Anna, 300
Royal Midlothian Yeomanry Galop, 743,

Mr. Webster's return, 791. Pantomime, 835

Touch, as applied to the Fingers and the In.
Russel, G., 730. Salaman, C., 477. Scars-
Covent Garden, Royal Italian Opera.-11

strument, 474
brook, T., 236. Schallehn, H., 477.

Conte Ory, 233, 249, 264. Fidelio, 249,

Transatlantic Journalism, 440
Schloesser, A., 467. Schultz, E., 91. Sewell,

264, 283. Ernani, 265, 283. L'Elisir

Treffz, Madlle. Jetty, 282, 363, 381
J., 477. Sieber, F., 29. Silas, E., 450.

d'Amore, 283, 293. Il Trovatore, 293, 309,

Triumph of Rachel, 531
Sloper, 836. Smith, G. T, 39. Stanley,

329, 383, 415, 435. Le Prophète, 502, 518.

Trumpeters, 668
G., 431, 467. Stella, Alfred, 776. Stret-

I Puritani, 309, 329. La Favorita, 329,

Trust, Mr., 9
ton, G., 321. Szcepanowska, Julie de,

435. Norma, 346, 364. Don Giovanni,

Tutton, Mr. J. R., 448
730. T. M. J., 467. Talexy, A., 759. Til

346, 364. Huguenots, 364, 502. Il

Two Opinions, 87, 211
leard, J., 39. Verdi, G., 730. Wagner, R.,

Barbiere, 383. L/Etoile du Nord, 469,

Two Songs, by Richard Wagner, 290
290. Wallace, W. V., 730. Williams, S.,

487, 502, 518. Eva, 264, 283, 329. Don
810.

Pasquale, 415. La Vivandière, 415. Otello,
Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Brinley, 35

ho; Ugalde, Madame, 173, 395

518. Resumé of the Season, 518. The
Ristori, Madame, 533, 677

Pantomime, 774, 835
Roberts, Mr. Richard, 455

Drury Lane.-L'Etoile du Nord, 139. Open- | Vatel, M., 186
Robinson, Mrs. Joseph, 443

ing of the Royal Opere. 232. La Sonnam- | Verdi, 227, 472, 473, 479, 628, 835
Roger, M., 14

bula, 250, 310. "Il Barbiere, 265, 283.

0. Il Barbiere. 265. 283. | Viardot, Madame, 549
Ronconi, Signor and Madame, 52

Les Cosaques, 267. An Impudent Puppy,

Vieuxtemps, 435
Ronconi, Signor, 282, 268

727. Mr. Aguilar's Benefit, 283. Don Vivier, 114, 199, 434, 451, 614, 635
Roqueplan, M., 662

Pasquale, 293. Amateur Performance be-
Rossini, 507, 647, 835

fore the Queen, 301. Norma, 342. Lucia,
Rossini and Bosio, 363

365. Lucrezia Borgia, 365. Malle. Pala | Wagner, Herr, 268, 339, 251, 384, 417, 435,
Rossini and Braham, 227

myra, 365. Terpsichore, 377. Miranda,

490, 517, 629,627
Rossini and Meyerbeer, 251

440. Donna del Lago, 440. Madame Gassier's

Wallace, Mr. W. V., 138
Rossini's Stabat Mater at St. George's Benefit, 448. Bohemian Girl, 482. Nitocris,

Wallachian Music, 93
Cathedral, 199

667. Mr. O. Mathews, 667; Pantomime, 835

Walter, Mr. Leighton, 60, 363
Rossini and the Cologne Chorus, 651
Haymarket.-Romeo and Juliet, 74, 285, Guy

Weber's Euryanthe and Dernière Pensée, 601
Rossini and the Opera, 343

Mannering, 108. The Spanish Dancers,

Weber, Franz, Silberne Hochzeit, 13
Royal Gallery of Illustration, 138

140. Fra Diavolo, 266. Bohemian Girl,

Wieck, Madame Clara Schumann, 35
Royal Opera, Drury Lane, 150, 211

285. Actress of Padua, 295. Lucia, 310.

Willey, Mr. 737
Royal Italian Opera, 75, 211

Lady of Lyons, 363. Berta, or the Gnome of

Windsor Castle; Performance of Sacred Music
Royal Society of Female Musicians, 28

Hartzberg, 365. Sims Reeves's Benefit, 411,

at, 11
Royal Society of Musicians, 154, 172

Busy-body, 440. Wife or no Wife, 482,

Winter, P., 125
Rudersdorff, Madame, 233

Miss Blanche Fane in “Court Favour,“ 556.

Woodin's, Mr., Entertainment, 311
Russian Songs, 106

Olympus in a Muddle, 556. Mr. and Mrs.

Wo und Wann, 487
Russians in Covent Garden, 478

Sims Reeves, 219. The Sultan, 629. The

Write me down a Record, 602

Little Treasure, 667. The Beginning and
· Salaman's, Mr. Charles, Amateur Choral the End, 713. Mr. Buckstone's Return, Yankee Church Music, 261
Society, 776, 823

791 ; Pantomime, 835

Young Germany and Richard Wagner, 629

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the house was full to suffocation. The music is in Verdi's usual PARIS.

style; the brass instruments roar so as to endanger your (From our own Correspondent.)

tympanum, and in one chorus the orchestra is assisted Paris, December 26th, 1854. by & band

by a band of blacksmiths, who with large hammers ONCE more in annual rotation has Christmas returned to

te perform an ad libitum accompaniment on enormous anvils.

What more could the most strenuous admirer of energetic gladden the hearts and humanise the feelings of all good Christians on either side the Channel. Yule logs and sea-coal

music require ? Signor Verdi, however, has been happy

in the artists who introduced his opera to a Parisian fires in London-midnight mass and solemn service in Paris; roast beef, plum-pudding, turkeys, and other solid comestibles

audience. Signor Baucardé made his debut on our stage as the

Troubadour, and achieved an unquestionable and well-deserved with you-étrennes, bonbons, and all sorts of prettinesses here. And yet is the heart saddened and the eye dimmed in many a

success. His first song behind the wings obtained great aphousehold and by many a hearth of merry England and light

plause, and his voice is flexible, vigorous, and sweet. He acts with hearted France. How few have not lost some old familiar friendly

judgment and discretion, and now that Mario has disappeared, or some dearer relation, in the perils by water and the perils by

(at least for a season), and tenors are scarce, Signor Baucardé is fire, in the din of battle, or by the pestilence that walketh in

a most valuable acquisition to the Italian lyric stage. Let Mr. darkness. Mourning for the dead, fear for the living, temper

Gye look to him. Madame Borghi-Mamo, as the Bohémienne, the mirth and festivity of this happy and holy season. The

shewed herself a good artist and an accomplished musician. thoughts of all, from the monarch to the peasant, are with

Her voice is clear and well-toned; her style pure, and her vocalithose

sation excellent. One of her airs was unanimously encored, and . “Brave hearts, to Britain's pride

the whole of the music received ample justice at her hands. So faithful and so true;"

Madame Frezzolini is not so young as she was some few years and those

since; and her voice, mellifluous and clear in the upper register, “Cull’d and choice-drawn cavaliers of France,"

is wanting in the lower notes. She acted the part of Leonore who in storm and tempest, in privation and sickness, are fighting in a most impassioned spirit, and showed all her well-known the battle of the weak against the strong, the right against the ability both as actress and vocalist. In the fourth act she was ' wrong-doer, the oppressed against the oppressor; who, regard- much applauded, twice recalled, and loaded with bouquets legs of numbers and heedless of odds, are defending the cause of Sig. Gassier filled a small part with judgment and discretion, and civilisation against barbarism, and by their undaunted bearing Sig. Graziani astonished all the house, and probably himself as

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throne. The courtiers pass before her, and a door is thrown Madame Ugalde made her rentrée at the Opéra-Comique on open, through which the more common herd are allowed to enter Saturday, in Galathée. She met with a most favourable reception and make an obeisance to their sovereign. Among the rest the from a very full house, and was unanimously encored in the muleteer comes forth, and the Queen recognizes and is charmed Bacchic song of the second act. She displayed all those qualities, with him. Don Pedro, also, is there, and, having instructed one as actress and vocalist, which have so deservedly made her a of his accomplices to carry off her majesty when she leaves the favourite with the Parisiau public, and all the world is delighted palace, is overheard by the muleteer, who informs the sovereign, to see her return to her old house at the pleasant little Opéra | and she thereupon directs her camerara-major to take her place Comique. She will enable Caroline Duprez to get an occasional in the carriage, while she remains at the palace to watch the rest from the fatigues of L'Etoile du Nord, which shines as conspirators. Don Pedro's plan is to bring forward the young brightly as ever.

peasant who has placed herself under his protection, and who Our first masked ball at the Opéra also took place on Saturday, so closely resembles the queen, to place her on the throne and under the direction of M. Strauss. The performance commenced procure her signature to an abdication, while the true queen is at ten o'clock, with the production by the orchestra of several kept in confinement. Meanwhile, the Queen has again assumed pieces from the “ Album Strauss,” and at twelve o'clock dancing her peasant dress, the muleteer is again at her side and began. The house was more full than select, and, indeed, it was makes protestations of love, which she, supposing him difficult to say whether the orchestra or the company were most to be the Infante, readily accepts. They are surprised noisy. Each seemed engaged in a perpetual attempt to drown by Don Pedro, who is confused between the peasant the other, and the result was the production of sounds more and the Queen, and knows not whether the lady before loud than mellifluous.

him be one or the other, or both. He knows, however, that the Madlle. Sophie Cruvelli has been suffering from a severe muleteer is not the Infante, and thinks that if the lady be domestic affliction, and did not sing for ten days until Wednesday really the Queen she will be as thoroughly lost by marrying a last. She then again appeared in Les Huguenots, and with the muleteer as by any other process. The Queen accepts the proinvariable result of a house crammed to the roof by an audience posal with joy, and the marriage takes place: which ends Act II. who hardly know how to testify their rapturous applause.. Returned from church, the Queen thinks it time to put an During her absence, La Muette de Portici was played four times, end to the comedy. "Now then,” says she to the muleteer, but neither singers nor mime made any advance in public “ you have played your part admirably, but it is time for the estimation.

muleteer to give place to the Infante.” “I am not the Infante, In constructing the libretto of Le Muletier de Tolède, the replies he," that gentleman is a married man.” The Queen bursts ingenious and accomplished authors, Messrs. Dennery and into tears; the muleteer is delighted; he is loved for himself Clairville, seem to have taken the measure of their composer alone. "No," says he, “I am not the Infante, I am the King !" and to have written to order. There is literally not a new End of Act III. situation or a scintilla of originality in the whole piece, which is Thus much for the libretto, which, though far-fetched and a mélange of Le Jeu de l'Amour et du Hasard, Les Diamans de la borrowed, is not wanting in situation. The music of M. Adolph Couronne, and Jean de Paris. The authors themselves admit | Adam has been sought from sources as various, and frequently this, and one of the characters informs the audience of their as well known, as the words of Messrs. Dennery and Clairville. palpable plagiarisms. You shall judge for yourself,—here is Though they have not drawn on their imagination for their the plot. The Queen of Leon has been chosen as the future plot, he most certainly has tasked his memory for his music, wife of the Infante de Castille, and hearing that the latter is Worn out Spanish boleros, stale French airs, and old-fashioned desirous of seing his intended before completing the match, and | English melodies, have supplied his inspiration. To him every has disguised himself as a peasant for that purpose. she, in fountain is Castalian, provided it be not dry, and no matter how her turn, assumes the dress of a Spanish peasant girl, and sets often it has been drained and dirtied by previous composers out on her travels to discover her disguised lover in posse. One Even his admirers admit that the Muletier de Tolède is inferior of her maids of honour, attired in like guise, alone accompanies to Le Bijou Perdu, and declare that no air will have the success her; but, arrived at the first posada, they are attacked by a of “ Les Fraises.” The overture is weak' and trashy, being

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