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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

^?jpr-K'NEW'. ZEALAND. f5.*[FitOM'*PORjOonKK3PONUBNT.] Dunedin;— The timo for tho opening of tho Exhibition, is fast approaching, and the music for the g opening ;day, including Oowon's Hymn of Thanksgiving, is in no tivo rehearsal, under tho conductoi-Hhip of Mr. Towsey. It does not BOJin'aa if'suflioibiit carp had been takon in tho aoleotidhto'fltho'ohoru's,' which is said to contain ; an undue proportion of members who- cannot roadilyVrea'dVmvisio; . and tho committee have desired so large' a number of ohoral worka to be prepared that it has boon impossible for the ohoir'to thoroughly learn them all. Several aolo singers have been engaged, among- them Miss Frodorioa Mitoholl, of Melbourne. The'coiiapse Of Simdnson's \Opera .Company attor giving only two performances, aoiiBcquoiit upon tho manager taking umbrago at an advorse criticism, iu much to bo rogiottod. That ,it wan quitounnecoasary- is proved by a nuineio:.H'y signed requisition presented to Mr. SimoiiBOn tho day aftor ? ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. PREVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

POETRY. PREVISION. Translated from a Japanese poem by ' the accom plished and virtuous daughter ot the Emperor Saga.' — A.n. 810-823. In the forest's lone leaf bowers, ' When a breeze from tho Northland blows 'Mid the film of the falling snows, There is ono bird left that knows The spring shall awake ere long. So a dream of the time of flowers Sleeps under her folded wing. And her heart is burdened with song As she waits for their blossoming. In the dusk of a lonely dell, Where the glooming mountains rise 'Neath the frown of the leaden skies, There's a winter flower that spies The sunlight's tremulous gleams : And tranced by their shining spell She sees a summer of light, And blossoms the while she dreams In the valley low-hid from sight.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Rosabelle Eligie four be Pianer [?] ROSABELLE. MOTTO FOR MADAME TASCA'S PIANOFORTE BLEGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

-^/lc&a/£i$&. : TnuRB are twenty of Rbslin's barons bold LIo buried within that proud Chapolle 1 Each one a soulptured vault doth hold, But tho jsea holds lovely Rosabella I - i i And eaoh St. Clalr was burled there, J With candle, with book, and with knell, But the sea-eaves rung1, and the wild winds sung The'dirgeof lovely' Bosabelle ! ?-- - Sir WAi/ran Soott (Marmlon), ,1 R.OSABELLE. Motto for Madame Tasoa's Pianoforte Eleqiis. Thero arc twenty of Roslin's barony bold Lio buried within that proud chapello ; Eaoh one a sculptured vault doth hold — But the sea holds lovely Rosabella. And caoh St. Clair was buriod there, With candle, with book and with knell, But the sea cave rung, and the wild winds sung, Tho dirge of lovely Rosabelle. Sin Walter Soott.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

APHORISMS. Whero there is no heart thero can be no music — Hauptjiann. ,* ♦ * * It is art and science alone that reveal to us and give us the hope of a loftier life— Beet- hoven. * * * * In the abstract we may regard melody as the moving element ; harmony, on tho other hand, as the stable element in music — Hauptmann. # ? ♦ * It is moderation, and not not exoesa of modu- . lation, that prod noes effect.— Mosoheles. The empire of harmony has neither beginning nor end. — Wagner ' '

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES, DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES. DECEMBER. 1st. — Charles Phil. Lafont. Born in Paris, 1781; died there, 14th August, 1839. Cele brated violinist. 2nd. — Jacques Rosenhain. Born at Mann heim, 1813. Pianist and composer. 3rd. — Abbe Joseph Geltnek. Bern Vienna, 1758; died there, 13th April, 1825. Pro lific composer of light pieces. 4th. — Johann Gottlieb Toffer. Born at Nei dorrossla, 1791 ; died at Weimar, 8th June, 1870. Celebrated organist. 5th. — John F. Bridge, Mus. Doo. Born at Oldburg, Worcestershire, 1844. Distin guished organist and obmposer. Present organist of Westminster Abbey. 6th.— Luioi Lablaohe. Born in Naples, 1794: died there, 23rd January, 1858. Celebrated vocalist. 7th. — OarlEokert. Born at Potsdam, 1820; died in Berlin, 14th October, 1879. Well known composer and conductor. 8th. — Peter Joseph von Lindpainter. Born at Coblcntz, 1791 ; died at Stuttgart, 21st August, 1856. - Composer of the celebrated song, the Standard Bearer, and other pojiu . lar songs and operas. 9th....

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSIC AT THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY. II. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

MUSIC AT THE ADELAIDE UNI VERSITY. II. ? Prof essor Ives has not confined his labors to thoso alone who aro studying the -highest branches of musical thoory. He has evidently recognised the fact that. a University professor of music's influonoe should not be confined to his own students,' but that he should become a loader and direotor of musical 'thought among those outside the University walls who may ? l-3 eiigagod in1 musioal ? study or toaohing. If. there ' be - one .- objection; to a University chair of musio stronger than another, it is that, while evory cnoouragemement is given to the study of musioal thoory, little or nothing is done for praotical subjects. To teach piano forte playing, singing, &c, would bo a little - out of place in a University system undoubtedly, but there should be some means adopted whereby the study of such subjects should be encouraged and stimulated. And to meet this want ; Professor ; Ivos; induced ;,the .University , council to sanction. ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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A THEORY OF NATURAL MODULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

A THEORY OF NATURAL ?V MODULATION. Misapprehension frequently exists in the minds of students as to the relationship of keys, more especially those of the minor' mode, and it is hoped that tho following explanation as to tho attendant keys of -both modes may prove of assistance to those who may have felt the need for further elucidation of an- important point. In most theoretical books no explanation of tho derivation of keys is given, and in hardly any is their : extraction : from the minor 'scale described. - ? Tho major ' and :' minor common chords of any scale are each representative of the tonio of a relative key. Thus,;in the key of O major, the prinbipal chords, dominant and subdomi nant, correspond ; to the principal modulations, and' the rolativo minors of those together with that of the key note are reiirosonted respeotivoly by the chords of the second, third and sixth dugrees. The seventh degree, /bearing a chord with a diminished fifth, cannot, on that account, be a toni...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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RUBINSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

RUBINSTEIN. Anton Rubinstein, whoso portrait is hero given, anil who is every whoro rocognised as one of the greatest pianists of modern timos, as well as a composer of eminence, was born on the 18th November, 1829, at Wechwotynetz, near Jassy, on the Russian frontier. Like many other cele brated musioiana ho is of Jewish descent, but is, like his-father, a member of tho Greek churoli. At the early .age of : four ho manifested such . musical precocity that hia mother commenced to give him regular lessons, and ho subsequently received instruction . from M. Villoing, a pupil of the oelebrated English pianist and com poser, John Field, who was pianist to the Emperor of Russia. His 'progress was bo rapid that his parents wore compelled to allow him to give his first public concert in Moscow before he ? had opmploted his ninth year. His talents be ing warmly recognised, he immediately pro cnoded to Paris, aoeompanied by his master, where he performed in tho Sallo Herz, inthepro scnco of ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEN TROVATO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

BEN TROVATO. A story is told to the effeot that Verdi, on taking possession of some apartmonts ho had hired, locked up an excellent pianoforte he found there and threw the key away over an adjacent cliff. He wanted rest, and did not require to bo tempted into tho indulgence of musical practice. It is said tliat the offence of tho existence of tho instrument in his rooms was aggravated by tho prosonco of tho score of his own ' Trovatore 'placed temptingly on tho desk. This is an anecdote that scorns to re quire classification as ben trovato-ra »?#'*. * * » The following amusing anccdoto of Richard Wagner and Alexandra Dumas p&rc is told by M. Ch. Monsolet. The poet 'composer (accord ing to the narrator) gonerally- received his visi tors in mediaeval costume, such as ho always wore when composing. Alexandro Dumas, call ing on him one day, was highly amused at tho masquerade. 'You. aro all dressed up to play Gessler,' he said, with his good natured laugh, whioh rather hurt the ...

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CONCERNING THE LENGTH OF CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

CONCERNING THE LENGTH OF CONCERTS. If we compare the oratorios of Handel with thoBO of Mendelssohn we cannot fail to bo struck with the far greater length of tho former. A complete performance of the Messiah or Judas at the nresent time is unknown, a considerable number of oxoisions being always made, whereas Elijah and St. Paul are givon in their entirety. Again,.if..wo.go to hoar .William -Toll or The Huguenots, wo aro not regaled with' tho whole of these operas ; a liboral half is found ? to be about as muoh as tho average audionco can sUud, tho time of performance boing then about -the same as that of such modern works as Oar mon.or. Aida' and porhaps half an hour longer than that of tho Messiah or Elijah, which occupy (as performed) about two hours and a half. Now the case of oratorio differs from that of opera in this, that the dramatic element, instead of being supplied by the performance, is mainly supplied by the listener ; indeed some oratorios hardly possess a dramatic cl...

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TONIC SOL-FA: ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

TONIC SOL-FA : ITS HISTOliY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. Another valuable adjunct to teaching on the sol-fa mothod ia the use of a aeries of hand signs invented by Mr. Ourwen. They are used nlmost universally by teachers of junior classes, nhd many uso them also in adult classes.' They consist of a number of hand postures, one for each of the sovon notes of the scale. The signs arc connected mnemunically with the tone characters already alluded* to, and Mr. J. S. Curwon explains them in this way :— 'The firmness of do lies in. the clenchod fist; the bright and wideawake character of sol in the open' hand held vertically towards the pupils, ' and with the thumb raised; the calm ness of mi in the open hand held out horizon tally with the palm downwards ; . la is pictured by the hand dropping loosely from the wrist like tho boughs of a weeping willow ; the rousing re in the palm of the upturned hand. As to 'the two remaining notes, the tendency of si to pass upwards to do is shown by the...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE ORCHESTRA.III. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

;THE ORCHESTRA. III. ?'' ? The orchestra, using the term in a general and comprehensive way, lias rhanydutiea exacted of it. In order to explain this, ho as to make olear: the ;oxtromoly. elastic significance of the term ('orchestra,',') we! will exhibit some -of .the; varied offices that: a band of musicians has to fill under, this name, i ?? In a second or third rate theatre, half exposed to view in a dingy pen in front of - tho footlights, wo find a set of per formers/ consisting; perhaps, ? of a piccolo, - a cornet, a side drum, one first violin, 'one second and a doublei bass. , This : is, by courtesy and tradition,- described in tho: play bill as : the '.' orchestra.' - i At ; a .village : dance,, we ? find a violin, aharp and a cornet; these three are again openly,i announced; as the -' orchestra.'' Wo visit a ioirous ? and -discern; at the foot of the gallery a company of musicians, comprising two violins, a double bass, a picoolo, ? a clarinet, two cornets, a: trombone, -ai...

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NATURAL ARCH, ANTIPODES ISLAND, N Z. NATURAL ARCH, ANTIPODES ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

NATURAL ARCH, ANTIPODES ISLAND, N Z. NATURAL ARCH, ANTIPODES ISLAND. If anyone takes the map of New Zealand, and looks to the south-west of Stewart Island, he will see a small dot there with a name about a dozen times as big as itself. This is Antipodes Island, so named because if one ran a line from London through the centre of the earth it would come out at this spot. In other words London is exactly over it. In more senses than one it is the reverse. London is a large and populous city, the capital of a great nation, on every hand showing that it is the centre of power. Antipodes Island is a barren-looking spot, tenanted by seals, penguins, and albatrosses, exposed to the fury of the winds and waves, and in every way an undesirable residence. Its scenery in a particular way is very fine; indeed, as all these barren and desolate islands are, and our illustration of a natural arch is a very fair example of it. Once every six months a Govern- ment steamer, the Stella, makes the roun...

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DEATH OF MR. J. G. DOUGHARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

DEATH OF MR. .7. G. DOUGHARTY. Mr. John George Dougherty, the oldest stock and station agent in tho colony, and the repre sentative of the Gippsland Province in the Legislative 'Council from 1881 until 1888, expired at his residence, Elwood House, Elsternwick, on. Thursday, '14th 'nit., after a brief illness. The cause of death was direotly traceable to the deceased gentleman having ? ovor-exertod him self whilst endeavoring to reach tho wharf -oil Monday - week hi , time . to meet a friend who was expected to arriveby tho.steamer Eurimbla from Brisbane. On returning, to his office in Collins-street h« was seized, with' illness . and; was removed t:i, the Australian ; Club,- William-street, but aa ho. did not improve lie' was taken to his residence at Elsternwick. He temporarily improved in health towards the ev- 1 of the week, but suffered a relapse on the 14. ii ? lilt, and died during, the afternoon. Tho de ceased was born at Hamilton on tho Clyde, Scot land, in 1823, and was thu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA LIAN NEWS AND MUSICAL TIMES (Published on the 1st of Every Month). ' Contains, in addition to a well written Summary of the Month ; ruFull Account of the Chief Musical Events throughout the Colonies, togothor with an Original Composition ; also a Selection of High r ?? Class Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, i 'Current' Evont.s,'-fcc.,-S:c. i Tt has a first class sale in Australia, Tasmania, and j New Zealand, besides being well distributed chrough j out Europe, America and the East. ! f The Best Artists and Engravers in Australia are !engag-3d~'on .Tho Illustrated Australian News and 'Musical Times: ? SUBSCRIPTION (including postage), 8a. PER i Unnum. ! ' BATES for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per ' ;INCH (singlo column). | - SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE: 140 Fleet-st., B.C. ! i.-- '? FOREIGN AGENTS: '? -? ? - LONDON. GEO. STREET and Co., 30 Cornhill, E.G. F. ALGAR, 11, 12 Glement's-lane, Lombard-st. BATES, IIENDY and Co., 37 Walbrook, E.G. GORDON and GOTCH, S...

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THE DEPARTURE OF SIR HENRY LOCH—THE FAREWELL SALUTE. OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. THE DEPARTURE OF SIR HENRY LOGH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

THE DEPARTURE OP SIR HENRY LOOH,- THE FAREWELL SALUTE, OUR IrfsS^^^gM^. THE DEPARTURE OF SIR HENRY ?LOQH. j His Excellency- Sir Henry and Lady ILoch and family have left the colony to proceed to tlie Cai)e of Good Hope, whore 'Sjiiij. Excollonoy will, on arrival, assumo tho nbsition of Governor. The _ morning of - their departure was? a very busy- one / at^rGovernmont^House. } It had been understood that the''1 early part of tho ?diiy would have been availedvof by deputations to continue to the fullest £xte»t. the, loiig drawn ^out-representative farew!ipilB^jntliichs.had- beeii a feature- of the provious^.woelci.' :- ^l'rcHen]ry Loch must ..therefore have'; -welcomed thq oppor tune ? suggestipii-^G'bf ' ffyio '\ Bi.nhoj) and .Chapter ?of-.;;;Molbou'rno';^;'to attend j at tho Anglican Cathedral for an hour or so to start tho new peal of bolls arid take' part in an impromptu service. On arrival at St. Paul's Cathedral, about haif-past 11, Sir Henry took part in a short service conduc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

NEW ZEALAND. Phylloxera has been discovered in vines at Mount Eden. .,..'...' , ' Albert' Webster, a membor of the Maori- foot- ball team whioh visited England, died from. the. eff eots of a trolly acoidon t on Long Island. ' '? - The Wainui,- arrived from the South Sea. Islands' passed Tafoai Island, Tonga, whioh was in a state of active eruption. At Samoa the .. fever pationta are nearly all convalescent. ' Tho steamer Richmond, whioh arrived at Auokland on the 15th November from the islands, brought the captain and passengors of the ship Flying Venus, wreoked off Penrhyn Island. M. La Casoado, Governor of Tahiti, is also a passenger. He returns to Franco on siok leave via, Rio,

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THE PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 2 December 1889

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. . Tho forty-eighth birthday of tho Prince of Wales was favored by fine weather, and though raini, threatened in the morning, the clouds served rather to. temper the heat than to cause any alarm to tho thousands, of pleasure seekers. The) day was observed ..as a-: public holiday, and) full advantage was taken \ of tho annual break in the round of toil. From; tho public poitit of view the'SfceenlecliaHO meeting . which concluded tho' Cup carnival proved the . main attraction, and the number of visitors to Flem ington was execoded only by that of Cup dayi At Montono; lovers- of the.; '.'pride, pomp and . circumstance of ? glorious .* war ' had- ample.. am usnm'ent ? p'rbv.ided.v; for them in '? tho tactics of tho'-. military.'., forcos. Patrons of aquatics had noi reason to complain of aiiy lack of variety in tho xirdgrammo sub mitted for their delectation. At St. Hilda the' yachting floot,, numbering .25 vessels, successfully inaugurated the season with...

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