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MEYERBEER'S DINORAH AND STERNDALE BENNETT'S MAY QUEEN, are sung nightly at the CANTERBURY HALL CONCERTS. Comic vocalists—Messrs. George Hodson (the Irish comedian and mimicX W. J. Crttchfleld and E. W. Mackney. Several interesting pictures are added to the Fine Arts Gallery. The suite of Halls have been re-decorated and beautified, and constitute one of the most unique and brilliant sights of the metropolis.
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MUSICAL DIRECTORY, REGISTER & ALMANAC FOR I860.—Contents: Almanac with musical data; list of musical societies throughout the kingdom; musical transactions of the past year; names and addresses of professors, nmsic-seUers and instrument makera; and list of music published between the 30th November, 186S, and 30th November, 1859. Price Is, 6d. ; per post. Is. 8d. Publishers: RudaU, Rose, Carte and Co., 20, Charing Cross, 3.W. ; and Keith, Prowse and Co., 43, Cheapside, E.C.
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The entire Stock of Messrs. G. Trimbey and Co., Musical Instrument Dealers, of Queen-stroot, Cheapside.
MESSRS. PTITTICK and SIMPSON, Auctioneers of Musical and Literary Property, will sell by Auction, at the new and very spacious premises, 47, Leicester-square, W.C, (formerly the Western Literary Institution), on Thursday, March the 1st, and following day, the Extensive and Valuable Stock of Messrs. G. TRIMBEY and CO. (who are relinquishing the miscellaneous business, for manufacturing only), comprising a largo and wellselected Stock of every requisite for a Musical Instrument Seller (especially the Country Trade) several gross) of Violins, Violoncellos and Double Basses, Bows, Guitars, 57 Musical Boxes, 36 Bell and other Metronomes, near 2 grosa of Season's and other Accordions and Concertinas, a good assortment of Brass Instruments, Cornopeans, and Sax Horns, by Curtois, Ac.; Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, Clarinets, l>esks. Canterburies, Stools, Instruction Books, various fittings and miscellaneous stock, useful to the Manufacturer and the Dealer, 4 Harmoniums by Alexandre, Ac, several Pianofortes by the best makers, &c. Catalogues on receipt of two
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LAURENT'S UNRIVALLED WALTZES.
%* The average solo of the following Waltzes is from 4,000 to 20,000 each set.
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The St. Andrew's Quadrille, dedicated to Miss Baron . ..
T. B. Chilty, Esq. The Valentia Polka
George Griffiths, Esq. The Augusta Mazurka
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Miss Barron .. The Helena Polkas
The Misses Northey.. Tre Pauline Valses
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Miss Fanny Hutchinson The Cotham Polka
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A COMPLETE EDITION OF
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JUST PUBLISHED.—Eight Ballads by Adolfo Ferrari,
price 23. each :No. 1. "SWEET DAYS OF YOUTH
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barytone. 5. “SWEEŤ HOPE.” 6. “REMEMBRANCE." 7. “GRATITUDE." 8. “I LOVE THE OAK," for contralto or barytone. London: Duncan Davison and Co., 244, Regent-street, W.,
Where may be obtained Two Chamber Trios for soprano, mezzo-soprano, and contralto: "Come sisters, let us dance and sing," 2s. Od. "Come, fairies, come, the stars shine bright," 2s. 6d. Three Italian Songs: “Vieni, Vieni,” serenade, 23.; “L'onda che mormora, romance, 2s. 6d.; "Ah, se piacer mi vuoi,” romance, 28.
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R. ROSS'S Useful Morning and Evening Full 1 . Service in F, for four voices, with organ accompaniment. Separately, Te Deum and Jubilate, 3s.; Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, 3s. London: J. A. Novello.
LONDON: DUNCAN DAVISON, 244, REGENT-STREET.
Published this Day. Price 28. ou.
AN EASY AND POPULAR EDITION OF
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“OH! TAKE ME TO THY HEART AGAIN !"
Poetry by JESSICA RANKIN.
I never more will grieve thee :)
If I indeed must leave thee.
This wayward heart hath spoken;
Oh! take me to thy heart again.
This life would be without thee;
Are closely twined around thee.
That wounded thee so blindly;
Then take me to thy heart again.
“THE DEW-DROP AND THE ROSE.”
Poetry by ISABELLA HAMPTON.
And whispered soft vows of his love,
A sunbeam fell down from above
A rival-his loved one to prove,
And whispered soft vows of his love.
As he called the rose his bride,
Then drooped his head and died.
« THE SULIOTE WAR SONG."
Sung by Mr. SANTLEY,
Glows the beacon light !
To the coming Fight.
" THE CHRISTMAS ROSE."
Poetry by M. A. STODART. Composed by LOVELL PHILLIPS. Price 28. 6d. " The Christmas Rose! The Christmas Rose ! 'Mid wintry frost and snow it blows; And opes its portals pure and fair, When winds bave swept the gay parterre. Just like a true and constant friend, Whose faith no storms of life can bend; Not the mere friend of summer day, But firm when joy hath passed away. This flower is like the joys that shine, In sorrow's hour and life's decline. When youth hath passed and pleasure flown, And sad the spirit sighs alone; Then marvel not that thus I twine My thoughts around this gift of thine, And muse on hopes and joys that last, And bloom through life's most piercing blast."
POETRY BY ELLIS BELL,
While nightly stars are burping;
And sunshine gilds the morning. There should be no despair, though tears
May flow down like a river:
Around your heart for ever.
Winds sigh, as you are sighing,
Where autumn's leaves are lying. Yet, these revive, and from their fate,
Your fate cannot be parted; Then, journcy on, it not elate,
Still, never broken hearted.
“I'M NOT IN LOVE, REMEMBER."
Poetry by JESHICA RANKIN.
And why no pleasures charm me?
His arrows cannot harm me!
Such gloomy things I dream on!
To charm away the demon.
To bid the demon slumber!
I'm not in love, remember.
“AWAKE LITTLE PILGRIM.” Poetry by the Rev. D. T. K. DRUMMOND. Composed by MAURICE COBHAM.
Price 28. 6d, Awake, little pilgrim, the day is at hand, The rays of the morning appear on the land; O, haste with thy burden to life's narrow gate, Ere the night shadows falling proclaim thcc too late Knock, little pilgrim, it shall not be vain, Thy feeble entreaties admittance shall gain; Thy Saviour is waiting to bid thee God speed, He turns none away from his door in their need.
"ARE THEY MEANT BUT TO DECEIVE ME.”
Poetry from the Polish.
Are they meant but to deceive me,
Those fond words that tell of love
If their falsehood I should prove.
Though belief, alone, is bliss,
Ah! what bitter pain is this.
Shall I sternly answer "NO?"
Susll my words unfettered flow.
Here my thoughts shall I express
Strive to find it by a guess,
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THE MUSICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON.-THE
1 FIRST CONCERT, on Wednesday evening next, Feb. 29th, at ST. JAMES'S
Overture, "Geneveva;" Riissini's Overture. "The S.ege of Corinth;" Ernst's
Cuncertino in D. Violin-Mr. H. G Blagrove. Vocalists-Madlle Parepa and
Signor Belletti. Conductor-Mr. ALFRED MELLON.Doors open at eight.
To cominjence at half-past eight precisely.
N.B.--No tickets will be sold to the public, except a limited number for the
upper gallery, ut 3s. 6d. each, at Cramer and Co.'s, 201, Regeut-street.
CHARLES SALAMAN, Hon. Sec.
St. James's Hall.
36. Baker-strect, W.
ST. JAMES'S HALL.-THE VOCAL ASSOCIATION.
U President, The Right Honourable the Earl of Dudley. Conductors, M.
Benedict and Mr. C. E. Horsley. On Thursday evening. March 8, at 8 o'clock.
Miss Arabella Goddard, Madllo Euphrosyne, Parepa, and Cuoir of 200 voices.
By general desire will be repeated Mendel sohn's Hymn, "Hear my prayer,"
Med le. Parepa and Choir of the Vocal Association. Organ, Mr. Brownsmith.
Ne Part-Sougs, &c., &c. Area, ls, ; Reserved Scats, 3s.; Sofa Stalls, 5s.; at the
MISS LAURA BAXTER has the honour to announce
II to her pupils and friends that she will give a Grand Vocal and Instrumental
Ino VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS.-Boogey and Sons
DOYAL VOLUNTEER BALL-Under the immediate number upwards of Thirty Instrumentalists, and a most Efficient Chorus, the whole forming a most unique and complete Juvenile Orchestra, composed of IV Patronage of LITTLE ENGLISH, IRISH, SCOTCH AND WELCH BOYS, FROM FIVE TO
Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen. SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE, who play Operatic Selections, Solos, Marches,
His Royal Highvess The Prince Consort, Quadrilles, Galops, &c., and sing Songs uad Choruses in a most effective manner,
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. and to whom Dr. Mark gives a gratuitons General and Musical Education.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge,
Commander in Chier.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge.
Her Royal Highness The Prince-s Mary of Cabridge.
The Royal Volunteer Ball will take place on the evening of Wednesiay March Conductor; Lecturer to both Private and Public, Theoretical Dr. MARK. and Practical Instrumental and Vocal Classes
7th, the day on which Her Majesty will hold a Court specialiy to recte the Officers
of the various Volunteer Corps from the different pa is of the kingdom, Master of the General Educational Department:
The Ball will take place in the New Fioral Hall, Covent Garden
The list of the Ladies Patronesses through who in the tickets will be issued will
be coniplet d and announced, together with the details of all the arrangements, in keeping "PRACTICAL ASSISTANT TEACHERS.
the course of a fuw days. Organ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Mr. 5
(Herr SIEMERS. Pianoforte .. .. .. ..
RS. TENNANT (Sister of Mr. Sir Reeves), begs to .. "Mr. ELDER.
Mons ROGUIER. Violin
acquaint her friends and the public that she continues giving lessons in ..
singing. “For terms, apply to Messrs. Bogey and Sons, 28, Holles-street, (Mons. VIEUXTEMPS.
Caveudish-square : Messrs. Ch: pell and Co., 50, New Boud.street; or at her owu Violoncello, Donble Bass, and Viola
" Mr. T. Donovan.
residence, 307. Oxford-street, New Bond-street, W. Plute, Piccolo, Oboe, and Clarionet
Siy. CORTESI. Crirnet and other Brass Instruments
Mr. H. RUSSELL. MR. TENNANT has returned to town. All communicaConcertina (German and English)
11 tions respecting engagements for bimself and Mrs. Tenpant to be addressed
Messrs. POWELL and Vocal Classes .. ..
1 to Messrs. Boosey and Sons, 28, Holles-street, Cavendish-equure; Messrs. Chupue!
und Co, 30, New Bond-street; or to their residence, 307, Oxford street, New Dr. MARK has also made provision for the Orphing of he Musical Profession
Bond-street, W. possessing musical talent, who will find the above institution a happy home, and receive a inost effective general and musical education, board, and clothing, free of all expense.
Little Boys, from five to nine years of age, apprenticed for three, five, or seven II Monday the 27th instant All letters to be directed to Herr Enada Via years by paying a moderate entrance fee to cover the expenses of instrument and
residence, 10, Bentinck-street, Manchester-square, W. books.
Twelve appointments ready for Masters.
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street, Berners-street, w. vire the Pareuts and Friends, and all those interested in nis Enterprise aud in the Education of the Youths of this country to visit his
IMR. ELLIOT GALER has REMOVED TO SEA establishment. Visiting hours:- From Nine to Eleven, a.m.. and Two and Four, p.m. Saturdays and Sundays excepted.
11 Villa, Junction-rond, N.
HERR ENGEL, will return to town for the season on