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MUSICAL

MAGAZINE AND REVIEW.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

SOLD BY BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY,

47, PATERNOSTER-ROW.

THE BEQUEST OF EVERT JANSEN WENDELL

1918

Burks and Kinnebrook,
Printers, Norwich,

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I. MUSICAL STUDENT, No. 3. ..

II. On the Origin of the Scotch Music ....

III. On Beethoven's Trio

IV. On the Lent Oratorios ...........

V. Elernents of Vocal Science .........

VI. On the Acquirement of a Perfect Taste in Music

VII. On the Coustruction of Duets for Voices ....

VIII. M. S. Work of Francesco Bianchi ..........

IX. Miss Stephens .....................................

X. City Concerts ...................................... 65

XI. An Address to the Philharmonic Society, on the following sub-

jects :-1. On Musical Education.--2. On the general state

of Musical Taste and Knowledge in this country.-3. On the

Study of Music in Score.-4. On a Work now in the course of

Publication, entitled Vocal Sonatinas, &c. and on a system of

Education connected with that Publication; to which is pre-

fixed a Proem, explanatory of the Address. By T. D. Worgan,

Professor of Music. London. Wilson. ........ .......

XII. An Apology for a Publication entitled Vocal Sonatinas ......

XIII. One Duet and Six Ballads, with an Accompaniment for the

Piano Forte; composed by Wesley Doyle, Esq. London. For

the Author. By the Royal Harmonic Institution. ........ 79

XIV. Twelve Lessons and Two Airs, with Variations for the Harp;

composed for young Scholars, by C. N. Bochsa. London.

Chappell and Co.

1. Fourteen progressive Lessons and Preludes for the Harp; com-

posed by F. C. Meyer. London. For the Regent's Har-

monic Institution. ................................ 80

XV. Mozart's Masses, with an Accompaniment for the Organ, ar-

ranged from the full score, by Vincent Novello, Organist to the

Portuguese Embassy, in London. London. Galloway. .... 83

XVI. Sonata for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for the

Violin or Flute (ad libitum); composed by J. B. Cramer.

London. By the Royal Harmonic Institution. ............ 103

XVII. Duo, for the Piano Forte and Violin, by Fred. Kalkbrenner,

(Op. 49) London. Clementi and Co. Chappell and Co. ,... 105

XVIII. In Two Volumes, a Selection of single and double Chants, with

with Kyrie Eleesons, Sanctuses, Aucient and Modern, in Score,

performed at the principal Choirs in the United Kingdons; the

whole collected and arranged with a separate Accompaniment,

for the Organ or Piano Forte, with a figured Bass; by John

Clarke, Mus. Doc. Cambridge. London. Birchall and Co. 107

Art.

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XIX. A Cantata, for Two Voices, with Chorusses and a full Band;

the Words taken from Milton's Paradise Lost; composed by

Pio Cianchettini. London. For the Author. Mitchell. .: 108

XX. Les Plaisirs du Printemps, Rondo for the Piano Forte; com.

posed by M. C. Wilson. London. Rutter and M-Arthy.

1. Introduction and Rondo for the Piano Forte; composed by M.

C. Wilson. London. Rutter and M Arthy.

2. Air, with Variations, for the Piano Forte; composed by M. C.

Wilson. (Op. 17.) London. By the Royal Institution.

3. Swiss Air, with Variations, for the Piano Forte; composed by

P. Knapton. London. Chappell and Co.

4. Introduction and Polonoise, for the Piano Forte; composed by

T. Haigh. London. Clementi and Co. .............. 110

XXI. Duet, for two Performers on the Fiano Forte, on the favourite

French Air, Au clair de la lune; composed by T. Latour,

Pianiste to his Majesty. London. Chappell and Co.

1. Divertimento, for two Performers on one Piano Forte, with an

Accompaniment for the Flute, (ad. lib.); composed by T.

Skarratt. London. Clementi and Co.

2. A Duet, for two Performers on the Piano Forte; adapted from

Rossini's Opera of Il Barbiere di Siviglia, by W. Watts.

London. Birchall and Co.

3. Di Tanti Palpiti; arranged for two Performers on the Piano

Forte, by W. Bennett. London. Power. ............ 112

XXII. The Groves of Pomona, a grand Scena, sung by Mr. Braham, at

the London Concerts. The Words from Thomson's Seasons,

the Music composed by Master Barnett. London. Clementi

and Co. .......................................... 113

XXIII. Operatic Airs, Nos. 3, 4, and 5. London. Goulding and Co.

Clementi and Co. Chappell and Co. .................... 114

XXIV. The Mountain Cot, a Glee for three Voices; by W. Richards.

London. Power.

1. Three Times Three, a convivial Glee for Three Voices, with

Chorus; the Words by W. F. Collard, the Music by Sir J.

Stevenson, Mus. Doc. London. Clementi and Co. ...... 115

XXV. Forget me not, tho' thus we part; composed by George Goss.

· London. Phillips and Mayhew.

1. Because it looks like You; by Dr. Jay. London. Phillips

and Mayhew.

2. The Shrine of Love ; by Dr. Jay. London. Phillips and

Mayhew.

3. The Snow on Beds of Roses; by Leoni Lee. London. Phil.

lips and Mayhew.

4. Every hour I lov'd Thee more ; by J. Blewitt: London.

Power.

5. When Love was fresh from his Cradle Bed. London. Power.

6. If Ye a Highland Laddie meet; by Leoni Lee. London.

Phillips and Mayhew.

7. The Maid with a love-beaming Eye; by J. Emdin, Esq. Lon-

don. Phillips and Mayhew. ....................... 116

XXVI. I love Thee dearly; by His Grace the Duke of Marlborough.

London. Chappell and Co.

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