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INDEX.

A Musical Elcncli, 57"
A Man of Mark, 401
A Portrait of Shakspere, 674
A Posthumous Opera by Mozart, 511
A Step Upwards in Life, 798
A Theatre behind the Scenes, 818
A Young English Musical Genius {Boulogne'),
10

An Anagram (Pantagruel and Panurge), 363

The Sisters March isio, 642

An Unknown Opera by Donizetti, 609 1

Actors (The) at the Crystal Palace, 481

Actress and Dressmaker, 10

Agencies, 578

Alaray, Signor, 679

Alboni, the Cosy, 523

Antiquity of Cards, 563

Artists' Volunteer Rifle Corps, 235, 306

Apropos of the Norwich Festival, 536,554, 573

Athenauim versus Era, 618

Bach Society, 481

Bach and Mendelssohn from a Social Point of

View, 775
Balfe, Marriage of Miss Victoire, 224
Balfe's (Mr. W.), Bianca ( Timet), 799
Balfe's (Mr. W.), Bianca (Post), 818
Beale Tours, The, 24, 528
Becker, Herr, 803
Beethoven (Dwight's Journal"), 507
Beethoven (Schindler's Life of), 12
Beethoven and Paer, 480
Beethoven's No. 9, a Rhapsody, 640
Benedict, M., as a Composer Pianist (Post), 400
Benedict's "Erin and Caledonia" (Illustrated

Times), 594
Benedict's " Undine," 705
Bishop of Ripon on Church Music, 706
Bly, Dr. M. V., 810

Brass Band Contest at Crystal Palace, 432, 447
Brass Band Contest at Manchester, 595
Brough, Robert, 480, 483, 530, 657
Brough, Robert, Memorial Performance at Li-
verpool, 545
Brougham, Mr. John, 794
Buckstone, Mr., Benefit Address, 451
Buckstone, Mr., Dinner to, 627

Can Paris pay Us Artists (Europe Artiste)
Charity School Meeting at the Crystal Palace,

859

Cherubini's Manuscripts, 172
Cherubini, Anecdote of, 468
Christian Minstrelsy (P«ncA)("499

Christmas Elijah at Manchester, 823

Christmas Messiah at Leeds, 824

Church Music — Harmonium for Churches

(Church Remembrancer), 1'
Cinti-Damoreau, Madame, to her Pupils, 425
dementi's Sonata in C major(Athenaum), 400
Concert-Room Pianists, 627
Concerts

Aguilar, E., 170, 202, 9.55, 368, 468. Alli-
son, Master H. C, 203, 347, 481. Amateur
Musical Society, 158, 191, 217, 257, 288,
814. Anderson, Mrs., 377. Arion, The,
395. Balfe, Surrey Garden Series, 44 9,
464, 479. Baxter, Madame Laura, 367.
Beaumont Institution, 218. Benedict's Vocal
Association, 111, 158, 203, 316, 430. Bene-
dict, Jules, 394. Benefit of a Professor in
Distress (Chelsea), 562. Billetta, Signor, 449.
Blind School at St. John's Wood, 514, 641.
Broadwood's, Concert at Messrs., 64. Brough
Memorial Concert, 479. Buckingham Pa-
lace, 430. Busby, Miss Emma, 369. Car-
vill, H., 290. Chipp, Edmund F., 465.
Charity Children at Crystal Palace, 366.
Clarke, F. Scotson, 379. Coles, Miss S.,
418. Corficld, Miss Fanny, 378. Crys-
tal Palace Performance of Elijah, 278.
Crystal Palace, Saturday Concerts, 89, 143,
1G9, 203, 218, 242, 267, 523, 562, 721, 795.
Crystal Palace, Madame Clara Novello's
Farewell, 626, 643. Crystal Palace Opera
Concerts, 369. Cronin, Miss M., 464,
Cusins, W. G., 377. Deichmann, Carl, 378.
De Vaucheran, Madame, 90. Depret, M.,
431. Distin, M. J., sen., 78. Dolby, Miss,
39, 90. Douay and Ponssard, MM., 480.
East and West India Docks, 707. Engell,
Herr L., 449. English Glee and Madrigal
Union, 363, 418. Field, Master W. A„
138. Finoli, Mademoiselle, 450. Floral
Hall, Covent Garden, 347,527, 531, 546, 558,
569. Forbes, Mr. George, 63. Fox,
Master George, 77. Galitzin, Prince George,
394, 448. Ganz, Herr W., 468. Glover,
Howard, 144, 417. Goddard, Susan, 465.
Griffiths and Perkins, 227. Halle, Charles,
369. Harris, Edwin, 690. Hatton, J. L.,
Henken, Mr. John, Choral Class, 192. Hol-
zel, Gustav, 419. Huddart, Miss Fanny, 367.
Hullah's, Mr.: Creation, the, 40, Gounod's
Grand Mass in G, 111, John the Baptist,
915, Judas Maccabeus, 191, Macfarren's
May-day, 255, Rossini's Stabat Mater, 255.
Irving, Allan, 367. JefFerys, Theresa, 315.

Kapp-Young, Madame, 419. Jnllien, Ma-
dame, 494. Kinkee, Mr. and Mrs., 26. Kuhe,
W., 395. Lazarus, Mr., 40, 705. Leicester,
140. Leslie's, Mr., Henry, Choir, 143, 202.
289, 315, 331, 418. Lidel, Herr, 3G8,
London Glee and Madrigal Union, 9, 29,
378, 418. London Orchestral Association,
29. London Quintet Union, 143, 1 70, 242.
London Tonic Sol-fa Choir, 753, 762. Lu-
cas, Mr. F., 267. Macfarren, Mr. John, 347.
Martin, G. W., 417. McLcod, Miss Helen,
3G7. Medical Benevolent College, 369.
Messent, Miss, 418. Molique, B., 346.
Monday Popular Concerts, 25, 39, 63, 78,
154, 169, 201, 217| 241, 287, 298, 331, 346,
353, 366, 393, 417, 429, 737, 753, 763, 783,
795, 816. Monmouth Hall, Westbourne
Grove, 713. Musical Society of London,
46, 89, 138, 274, 297, 363, 376. Myd-
dleton Hall Concerts, 112, 142, 298.
Nabich, Herr Maurice, 142. New Phil-
harmonic, 142, 201, 256, 314, 377. Newton,
Mrs. Alexander, 418. Nickinson, John, 464.
Novello, Madame, Farewell, 746, Oberthiir,
C„ 347. Paez, Madame, 378. Palmer, Miss,
367. Prnier, Ernst, S95. Peoples' Phil-
harmonic, 689. Philharmonic Society, 274,
297, 331, 3GG, 393, 429. Piatti, Signo'r, 430.
Poole, Miss, 368. Pratten, Mr. and Mrs.,
450. Professors' Concert Union, 377, 464.
Puzzi, Madame, 331. Ransford, 143. Reeves,
Sims, 26G. Richards, Brinley, 10, 378.
Richardson, 255. Rieder, Madame, 367.
Rics, 378. Ritter, Theodore, 315. Royal
Academy of Music, 224, 315, 782, 817.
Soyal Society of Musicians, 320, 368. Royal
Society of Female Musicians, 379.—Saceeo
Harmonic Society: Mendelssohn's Hymn
of Praise, 95. Mendelssohn's Elijah, 366,417.
Handel's Dettingen Te Deum, 95. Judas
Maccabeus, 142, 159. Haydn's Creation,
315, 331. Israel in Egypt, 266, 289. Sam-
son, 25, 40, 58. Seasons, 201. Solomon, 782.
Sainton-Dolby, Madame, 394. Sainvelle,
Madame, 770. Salaman, C., 202. Sedlatzek,
Miss, 449. Sloper, Lindsey, 449. Society
for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts,
63, 112, 283,869, 418, 468, 817. Society
of British and Foreign Musicians, 479.
Tennant, 431. Thomas, Harold, 367.
Thomas, John, 449. Turner, Mr. J. B.,
79. Valentine, Mile. Caroline, 395. Va-
neri, Mile., 468. Vaucheran, Madame De,
468,810. Vinning, Madame, 431. Volun-
teer Eiflcs (1st Surrey), 795. Wallace, W.
V., 368. Wilkinson, Miss E., 464. Winter,
Melchior, 367. Wylde, Dr., 811

Conran, Miss Ellen, 722.

Copyright of Paradise Lost, 483.

Correspondence :—

A to A? or C to C ? 650. A Cry from the
Pit, 713. A Day of Devotion, 539. A
Delicate Point, 216. A lapsus pentur, 778.
A Letter from Weber, 794. A new Dodge,
761. A new National Anthem, 751. A
Protest against a Veteran, 555. A Query,
712. A Successful Composer, You're wan-
ted, 750. An unintended Omission, 39.
Apollo, The, and Marsyas, 168. Barry's
(Mr. C. A.) Songs, 352. Better, 824. Beet-
hoven and Mendelssohn, 352. Beethoven
v. Paer, 433, 481. Belleisle's March, 650,
655. Berger, Francesco, 625. Chappell
(William), You're Wanted, 698. Cheadlc
Association, The, 457. Chord of the Six-four,
39, 58. Church Organists, 513. Church
Psalmody in the 19th Century, 762. Clark,

F. Scotson, 187, 336. Collard, The late
Mr. F. W. 265. Confusion of Instruments,
824. Crump versus Petiface, S09. Dela-
porte and the Orpheonists, 513. Doubts,
751. Elijah at Exeter Hall, 337. English
Festivals and Foreign Singers, 650. English
Music and Composers, 712. Fair Play (F.
S. Clark), 153. Floral Hall Concerts, 778.
Girard, Miss C, 77. Grumbling (A Vete-
ran) 336. Handel's Messiah, 103. Har-
monies of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, 281.
Hewitt, C. D. and A. G. Henderson, 457.
Holmes, The Brothers (A. Wehner)
152. /» re Leed>, 794. Jullien Festival
(S. Arthur Chappell), 513. Jullien Shil-
ling Fund (W. H. Cleinow), 216.
Kerbusch, Leo, 187. Leeds doings, 761.
Leeds Town-hall Organ, 168, 681, 699.
Loder, E. J., 700, 750. Macfarrcn's, Mr.

G. A.," Christmas," 320. Mathematical
Theory of the Major Diatonic Scale (W. W.
Parkinson), 248, 335. Mere Musicians, 734.
Molique's " Abraham" (Thos D. Eaton), 634.
Mori, Frank, You're Wanted, 098. Mozart's
Trios, 151. Music for the Autumn and
Winter, 577. On the Supertonic as a
Primary Base, 751. On the relation and
progression of Chord, 698. One Invalid and
two Key Bugles 555. Organist, Advertise-
ment for an, 386. Pneumatic Lever, the, 216.
Ransford's, Mr., Concert (H.T.A.), 152,
265, 281. Sacred Harmonic Society, 778,
793. School of Violin Playing (Leo Ker-
busch), 362. Smart, Henry, Choral Book,
457. Smart, Henry, You're wanted, 713. Sti-
pends of our Church Organists, 665. Sum-
merhayes, Miss Cecilia, and her Concert, 539.
Tenor or Treble, 281. Tonic Sol-fa Associa-
tion and Mr. Bowley, 362. Uniform Musi-
cal Pitch, 539. Unit Basses, 56. Up to C
in altissimo, 555. Vocal Association, 203.
Volunteer Bands, 538.

Corri, Death of Mr. Haydn, 144
Costa, Mr. and Ella, Mr., 445
Crystal Palace, 265
Crumbs of News, 579
Cuckoo, the notes of the, 434
Czillag, Madame, 760

Delaporte, M., 545

Dickens, Mr. Alfred, 547

Discovery of Old Music, 563

Distin, Mr. J. and The Morning Star, 129

Dolby, Madame Sainton and M. Sainton in

Paris, 171
Dramatic Dottings, 49

Dramatic College {Daily Telegraph), 497

Drechsler, The late Mr., 443

Dreyschosk, A., 224

Dulcken, Mr. F. Q., 739

Durand, M. and the Messager de Paris, 670

Effect of Music on the Sick, 611
Eisteddfod of Wales, 515
Elvey, Death of Dr. S., 668
Engel, Herr L, 722
English Actors in America, 467
Evans's Harmoniums, 255

Fairbrother, Death of Mr. S. G., 321
Farren, Death of Mr. Henry, 112
Fechter, M., 335

Festival of the Three Choirs, 763
Finoli, Mile., 512

Fiorentino, P. A. and St. James's Hall, 451

Flexmore, the Clown, Death of, 562

Floral Hall, 527

Ford v. Gye, 722

Foreign :—

America, 516, 673, 686. Amiens, 74. Arn-
hcim, 124, 450. Aukland, 705. Baden-
baden, 450, 576. Bergamo, 167. Berlin,
41, 75, 112, 192, 193, 530, 686, 731. Berne,
520. Boston, 779. Boulogne-sur-Mer, 529,
555. Bologna, 722. Bremau, 290. Breslau,
106. Brussels 74, 257. Coblenz, 106,
594. Cologne, 22, 42, 123, 545, 591.
Crefield, 123. Ems, 530. Frankfort-on-
the-Maine, 545. Hague, The, 161. Ham-
burgh, 167. Hanover, 545, 754. Leipsic,
287, 545. Madrid, 686, 810. Malines,
545. » Mayence, 514, 529. Milan, 779.
Modena, 506. Naples, 686. New York,
779. Nice, 686. Oldenberg, 106. Ostend,
594. Paris, 73, 105, 123, 161,290, 509, 610.
Pesth,106. IlioJaneiro,106. Rome, 824. Rot-
terdam, 594. Salzbourg, 530. Spa, 529. St.
Petersburgh, 42, 75, 161. Stockholm, 545.
Vienna, 75,106,257,290, 530,696,728, 743,
761,810. Weimar, 220, Wiesbaden, 576.

Fra Diavolo, The original of, 538

Frikell, Professor, 96

Gabriel, Miss Virginia, 255
Geary, Mr. Gustavus L., 128
German Men's Song Festival, 595
Gibbon, 547

Gilbert, W. B., Lecture on Pianoforte, 824
Glasgow, Musical Festival, 29, 94
Glover, Death of Mr. Edmund, 681
Glover (Mr. Howard,) Ruy Bias, 733
Gluck's Ipliigenia, at St. James's Hall, 400
Goddard, Miss A., 432, 781, 811
Gougenheim, Miss Josephine, 642
Grisi and Mario, in Dublin, 611

Halle, C, 431
Handel, 3, 435

Hausmann, Mr. G. (Edinboro' Courant), 459
Hasslinger's, Herr Von, Oratorio, "John the

Baptist," 351
Henselt, Adolphe, 384

Her Majesty's Theatre, Alterations and Im-
provements, 241
Hippopotamus, The, 561
Hogarth and his Carriage, 459
Hood's Jokes on himself, 563
Horsley's, Mr. Gideon, 48

Jacobourtch Family, The, 435
Japanese at Philadelphia, 499
Jullien, The late (Extract from a Paris Letter),
217

Jullien (from the Times), 174
Jullien, 186

Jullien (from Figaro), 207
Jullien, Mellon, Galitzin {Weekly Dispatch), 559
Jullien, Madame, Provincial Tour, 529, 595,
610, 626

Kingdom (The),"of Music, 530
Knowles, Sheridan, 683:
Koppitz, Herr, the Flutist, 884

Lablache, The late Signor, 252

Lacy, Mr. Walter, 762

Lady Organists, 560

LcAxmro Articles :—

A new German work on the Position of
Music among the Arts, 508. Addison, Sa-
tirical Article on the Italian Opera, 765.
Baden-Baden, approaching Season at, 445.
Beethoven's Fidelio in Paris, 317. Beet-
hoven's Fidelio and Hiller's letter to the
Niederrheiniiche Musik-Zeitung, 380. Beet-
hoven's " Undine," 639. Best, Mr., and the
Opening of the Free Library, St. George's
Hall, Liverpool, 700. Borghi-Mamo, Ma-
dame, 286. Bourcicault, Mr. and Mrs., 606.
Brass Bands' Contest, 396. Brough, Robert,
death of, 428. Bunn, Alfred, Death
of, 825. Burnand's (Mr.) new Burlesque of
Dido, 109. Canterbury Hall and the
Progress of Music, 124. Charity Children
at Crystal Palace and Punch, 364. Chc-
rubini, Statue to, 798. Concert Programme
at a Literary Institution, 8. Conductors
(cA«/i cTorchestre), 476. Crystal Palace
Dinners, 304. Decline of the Drama, 239.
Devrient, Death of Madame Schrceder, 108.
De Meyer, Leopold, Pianoforte playing, 382.
Economy in producing New Operas, 653.
Extra Performances at the two Italian
Operas, 381. Festival of the Three Choirs,
766. F6tis M. Biographic Universelle, 398,
620. Field, Potter, Kalkbrenner, H. Herx,
and Czerny, 541. Fitzball, Mr. and the Li-
bretto of Lurline, 140. Flexmore the
Clown, Death of, 557. Foreign Pianists in
London, 284. French Dramatists, 76.
French Choral Singers at the Crystal Palace,
92. Galitzin's Prince George, Russian
Concerts, 381, 397. Glinka's Compositions,
&c, 94, 445. Grassot, Death of, 61, 76
Great Singers of the Eighteenth Century,
686. Halle, Mr. Chas., Manchester Con-
certs, and " Iphygenia in Tauris," 26. Handel's
Israel in Egypt, at Exeter Hall, 332. Haus-
mann, Death of Herr, 445. Her Majesty's
Theatre, Prospectus (for 1860) 205. Hoff-
mann, the Composer, 492. Hullah, Mr.
John, 812,826. Hummell, J. N.,493. Italian
Operas and Italian Vocalists, 236. Italian
Opera in the Provinces, 652. Jullien,
Death of, 174. Jullien Fund, 188. Jul-
lien, Remarks on, by a Journalist, 223.
Librettos for Music, 733. Linlcy's, Mr.
George, History (Musical) of England,
796. Lower Rhenish Musical Festival, 348.
Macfarren's, Mr. G. A., Christmas at the
Musical Society of London, 301. Masse,
M. Victor, and his Operas, 748. Man-
chester, 41. Mellon, Alfred, and Floral
Hall, 624. Mendelssohn's Elijah at the
Crystal Palace, 269. Mozart's Coronation
Mass, 669. Music, 780, 797. Musical
Knowledge and Musical Entertainments,
265. Musical Season, The, 156. Monday
Popular Concerts, 27,428, 813. Moscheles,
476. Mozart's Don Juan, 333. Music and
the French Language, 126. Music as an
Art, 668. Musical Parties, 45. Musician,
help Thyself, and the Letter to the Times,
44, 60. Musical Critics and their Method of

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