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BEN TROVATO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

BEN TROVATO. : An interesting account is prcnorvod of a ban quet given to Rossini in Paris prior to hi- visit to England, at which woro prosent among other !u-tisticcelebritiesMadnnieMar8,i,Ma.luinoPiiBtn, . Mdllc. Oolbran (afterwards Madamo ?Rossini), Talma, Bu'ioldieu, Garcia, Auber, Horold and Horaco Vernet. The toast, of tho ovcnr)ig: waa proposod by Loaner, who defined Rossini, as one 'who3e genius 'has opened a new path, and formed an epoch in tho art of music.' He fol lowed by proposing ' Gluck, rich in all the re souices of German science, ho felt tho Hpirit of French lyric tragedy, of whioh ho gavo tho model.' Garcia proposed ' Gretry — tho most sensible aud one of the mo3t melodious of Fronoh musicians.' BoYcldieu offered 'fllehul — I soe Rossini and the shade of Mozart applaud this toast.' Harold followed with 'l'aiaiello— full of ingenuity and passion, he rendered popular in all parts of Europo the Italian soliool ;' nnd Auber gave ' Oimarosa. . the . pre cursor of Rossi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MUSICAL FABLE. FROM THE RUSSIAN OF KARILOF. THE QUARTETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

A MUSICAL. FABLE. From the Russian of Kkilov. THE QUARTETTE. An ass, a goat, a monkey, and a bear, deter mined to perform a quartetto, so they provided thomsolves.with musical instruments,-;and pro pared to onohant the oars of thoir jjudionce. They struok up boldly, and produced plenty of sound, but unfortunately it was anything but harmonious. 'Stop, brothcis, stop,' cried tho monkey. 'It's evident we must be placed differently. Sit down, friend Mishka, with your bass opposite the viola, I will oome here opposite tho aocond fiddle. Then wo shall prdduooavery different sort of music. We shall Bet the very hills and forests dancing.' So they changed places aud recommenced, but the noise was just as discordant as before. 'Stop a little,' ex claimed tho ass, ' I have found out tho secret ; wo shall be sure to play in tune if we ait -.in a row.' They followed his advioe, and. gravely formed in line, but the quartette was as un musical as over. On this they began sqtiabbliiig loudly as t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. HOBART. 18TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

TASMANIA. fFltOM ODll COlinKSVONDBNT.] HOBART, 18th Januaiiy. Tho a f tor noon ooncorta Introduced by Alegars. Arnold and JJnrnott.ovirtontly. moot. the. taste of ? tho Hobart musical public, for the attondanco ' . on Wodnosday afternoon must liavo exocodod ilip hopes of the promoters, so good wan tho patron- - age. 'In the prosont programmo thoro was^o ', - -?: decided Improvoinont, in that agrcator ilivprslty ';-... .' ? ? - -.- -, : ,i:tj — ? ? - ? ? ' ?? ' ' ? — . was 'observable in tho items/whilst -\b further sorved to introduce two now performers, Miss Pedley, a vocalist, nnd Sir. 'Fryer,, a porformer of; Homo morit on . the cello. There wero iu nil eight numbers, opening with the instru mental trio (piano, violin and violoncollo) (-t) Adagio, ' (b) -Rondo all 'Ongareso, -? the beautiful; movements in the ..fritter, being ex co.llently given. Miss Podley, who made her ddbdl in Hobart, U, posae-sscd. of a '.'very fnio contralto voice) tho purity and flexibility of. which evide...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. ? » ? VICTORIA. The Christmas performances of musio may bo said to liavo commenced with the concert given on the 11th of Ducombor, under the direction of ? Mr. Otto Linden, when, a portion of Bach's Christmas Oratorio was produced. This groat classical work presents diflioulties of no ordi nary kind to tho porformors, and .the careful aud intelligent manner in which it wasrondeied roflootcd much credit on all ooncorned. The members of tho Choral Harmonic Society wore assisted by those .of tho South. Yarra Musical Society, whoso conductor, Mi'. 'I^J. . Hammond, ronderod valuable assistance in' tho ' rohoarsals, aud conducted tho ]-art songs sung in tho second part of the concert. An increased knowledge of the works of tho groat contra puntist, John Sebastian Bach, is eminently desirable nnd those two Hociutics in .com billing for the. first production ; in 'Mel- . bourno of one .of his ? most'1 impor- .?'..' taut compositions have dono good 'scrvico to the ' caus...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

MUSIC REVIEW. ? ' Wo liavo rccoivod tho following music for roviow from Messrs. AV. H. Glon and Co. j« Sanotuary, Jong, words and musio by Gerald Laiio. Tho words arc of a somi-Hacrcd clinracter, and the musib'approiiriato and effuctivo, (laving an ad Ubiturm acoominnimont for li.annouiuin or organ. Tho compass is' from U bolqvvi the line . to E on the fourth space, but there are optional high nutoi for .voioua of gro.\tcr com pass. ' . . ? ?;?!-:?? . .. Cjmo and Host. Words' by_ EMis.Wulton, niiiHic by L. Denzn. A song of hoiiiu originality in tho figure of the accompaniment, w.th variety of movcmoiit aa.l an attractive muludy, May bo had in two koys, cotnpa^H of 10 iiote--. Tha-c two soii;- ivro iMililisheil by i\Io.jsr.s. Jijo.soy iin.I Co., 295 Rogent-Htreot, London. ' ' :V :' AVoio I tho Rivor, sonv, wordrf by Clifton Bingham, music by T.to Mattai. A hour that will be welcome to soprano vocalist t, 'having charm ot'meloily, and an agrocbly harmoniHod aud flowing accompaniment. ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

APHORISMS. In music you can never study and loam too much. :: — Schumann. Nothing can bo accomplished in music with out enthusiasm. — Sohumann. Tho process by which .musical imagination is awakon'od can no moro bo explained than its offoots. — HiLMltt. In my opinion a 'conservatoire.' of musio should be an institution whose object it is to perpetuate (conscrvi) (1) the cultivation of music in all its branches; (2) the knowledge which , is the foundation' of music; (3) the mastor i works whioh musio has produced. .. .'?:.?'.?? . . . — BEHLtoz. The union between tho air and the '.words should bo bo close that! tho poorn soems made for the inusio no loss than tho music for tho poem. ? ' : ' '.'.;??'? ;? — Gluok. A good mastor turns out, not puplJH, but artists, who beconio masters in tlioii tiirm' '??? ° — SaumiAifN'.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

' (APHORISMS. I In music you . can 'never study and loam too much. ? : . - ??'??.: ? ?-.' ? ? ; ; ' — Schumann*. Nothing can bo accomplished in music with out enthusiasm. - -..'?? '?.?... —Schumann.. . The process by which musical imagination is 'awakened can no more bo explained than its effects. ' ? ? — Hiller. In mjr opinion a ' ' conservatoire' of music should bo an institution whoso object it is to perpetuate fconscrvdj (1) the cultivation of music in all its branches ; : (2) tho knowledge which -is tho foundation of music; (3) tho mastor -works which music has produced. ' ' ' . ..... ...??-. .-.?.....' — Berlioz. The union botweon tho air and tho words should bo so closo that the pnom seems' mado for tho. musio no loss than tho music for tho poem. ' ? . ? '''.!?? ???.?? .' -?-... - ;.'.???.'???. —Gluok. ? A good master turns out, not pupils/.-but artists, who bocomo mdstoru in thoii turn. ? — Schumann.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEN TROVATO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

BEN TROVAtav An interesting account is preserved of a ban quet given to Rossini in Paris prior to his visit to England, at wliich wore present among othor artistic celebrities Madame Marsa, Madam 0 Pasta, Mdlle. Colbran (afterwards Madame Rossini), Talma, Boioldieu, Garcia, Aubor, Horold and Horace Vernet. ' The toast of. the evening was proposed by Lesner, who defined Rossini as one 'whose genius has opened a how, path, and formed an epoch in the art of music.' He fol lowed by proposing ' Gluok, rich in all tho re sources of German soienco, ho felt the spirit of French lyric tragedy, of whieh he'., gave the model.' Garcia proposed 'Gretryrrtho most, sensible and one of the most melodious 'of French musicians.' Boieldiou offered '.'iMehul — I soe Rossini and the shade of Mozart applaud this toast.' Horold followed with ' Paiilicllo: — full of ingenuity and passion, lie rendered popular in . all parts of Europo tho 'Italian school ;'..a'iid Aubcr gave ' Cimarosa, the pre cursor of Ro...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MUSICAL FABLE. THE QUARTETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

A MUSICAL FABLE, j From the Russian of Kuilof. THE QUARTETTE. j An ass, a goat, a monkoy, and a bear, deter-' mined to porform a quartette, so thoy provided' thomsolves with musical instruments, and pro-, parod to enohant the ears of their, audionce. Thoy struok up boldly, and produced plenty of sound, but unfortunatoly it was anything but harmonious. 'Stop, brothers, stop,' oried tho monkey. 'It's evident wo must bo placed differently. Sit down, friend Mishka, with your - bass opposite the viola; I will come here opposite the socoud fiddle. Then we shall produooa very different sort of music Wo shall sot tho very hills and forests dancing.' So they -changed places and recommenced, but tho noise was just - as discordant as before. 'Stop a little,' ex claimed the ass, ' I havo found out tho secret ; we shall bo suro to play in tune if .we sit in a row.' Thoy followed his advieo, 'and gravely formed in line, but the quartette was as un musical as ever. On this they -began squabbling -...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

POETRY. LOVE.; , , - You ask-me, fair haired maiden,.,/'. ?- .--.- Why my lips their silence 'ko*op? — 'Tis because true love is lying, Love is lying, In my heart so still and deep. Does the flame break out in singing When it soareth to the sky ? Its wings outspreading high and red, So high and red, Yot silently. Tho rose, too, makes no speeches When hor blossoms opo in light ; She glows and breathes in sileuco through, In silonco through, Tho summer night. And so my love is living ? Since you gavo yoursolf to mo ; . _-: It glows and blooms for ever, '?'' Blooms for.ovor, - So quietly. ' ; ?: ' v-: ''

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSIC REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

MUSIC REVIEW. . _ Wo havo roooivod tho following music for roviow from Mbssrs. W. H. Glen and Co. :-- '?.-.Sanctuary, song, words and music by Gerald Lano. Tho words aro of a somi-Hacrcd character, and tho music appropriate and cfFcctivo, having an ad libitum accompaniment for harmonium or organ. Tho compass is from B bolow tho lino to E on tho fourth apaco, but there aro optional high notes for voicos of groater com pass. Coino and Rost. Words by Ellis Walton, music by L. Dcnza. A song of some originality in tho figuro of the accompaniment, with variety of movement and an nttraotivo molody. May bo had in two koys, compass of 10 notes. Those two songs are published by Mossrs. Boosoy and Co., 295 Rogont-stroot, London. Woro I tho Rivor, song, words by Clifton Bingham, music by Tito Mattel. A song that will be welcome to soprano vocalists, having .charm of melody, and an agreeably harmonised and flowing accompaniment. May bo had in threo keys, compass eleven notes. Barbara, polka, by ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPRICE A LA MAZURKA. Allegro non trappe. Edouard Ronville. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

W.CAPmcz A la Mazurka. :-..- v.-.i,.; ,-..?..?/. ? . . ??..'?'??:?? ! I p i '^ ; ? . ? ? ; \A?leart- 776nSrpppc-. ' '^-— ?— ? » ^ .p ./? X^ ? ^ ? ?*'~-\:\-.M:\\'i-- '' ;.-V..,i-... Jjll ? ??? I

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RULES AND THEIR EXCEPTIONS. MELODIC RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

KUIiES ANli^HEIK EXCEPTIONS. meJlodio rules. , Melody is undoubtedly tho primitive form of musio, and its further development has been obtained by moaiis of combined molodie-). The earliest form of/such .combination, when reduced to rule, is what ia known as counterpoint, or note agajnst note ; and the critical ear of persons endowed^ -with ? musical sensibility gradually evolved tPcbdo of. rules') that becamo nccepted as a standard for :Jjto- guidance of future com posers. . : Molodyf is .composed of intervals, — distances of sound which the ear recognises in tho same way as tho eye docs distances in tho position of objects, and thojo distancoa are moro or loss agreeable to the ear according as tney aro wuac aro tormed consonant or dissonant. Tho consonant intervals Arc thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, ^wnison's,- and octaves, these being sub* divided into iiorfpot and imperfect consonances, - the latter including thirds and Blxths and the former tho remainder.-; Perfect consonance...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. M.K.— Tho cavotto and botirreo aro both* in com mon time, nnd liavo about tho samo tompo. 'J'lio distinction between them Is tlmt tho pavntto coin nioncos on tho hocoiuI beat of tho bar and tho bouroo on tho third. A STUDENT.— Tho bost dictionaries of inimical terms are ono by Stabler nnd Uarrett, and a moro lot'ontly published ono by Nlecks, a translation frtim tho (loruian, '_ ?_ . Tho Kilitor cannot bo responsible for tho return nf manuscripts forwarded to him, and rocommomls (hat a copy of tho MS should bo kept,

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAYING A WATER MAIN BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

LAYING A WATER MAIN BY NIGHT. Owing to tho immense amount of traffic that takes pluco in the streets of Melbourne during tho day time *any work such as laying wator mains has to be carried out at night whon tho greater part of tho .work of tho day is ovor. This was the caso tho other day whon the Department of Wator Supply wished to put in a new main for the purpose of giving tho inhabitants of South Molbourno a partial rospito from tho water famine that takes places regularly cvory hot day in the summer there. Work commoncod at 4 p.m. on tho Saturday aftornoon, and was continued till about 12 midnight the following night. The organisa tion was remarkably good. One gang of men dug a scotion of trench, and immediately it wns roiuly a second gang laid tho pipes, and thoii passed on to another line, thoir placo boing taken by a third gang, who filled up and ram mod down fcliu onrfch. In tho night tirno tlio soono was a rathor good one. Tim inon worked by tho light of candles and lamps,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEAMS CROSSING THE RIVERINA PLAINS BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

TEAMS CROSSING THE RIVERINA , PLAINS BY NIGHT. To any one who has travelled o'ver the plains of; Riverina by |night. tho subjeot of our illustra. tion will bo a familiar sight. In tho summer, with : the thermometer 120 deg. in the sun, travelling is a physical impossibility, hence it is nearly alwaysdone by night. Coaches, instead of leaving at 8 in tho morning, start at thai time in the 'evening, and the journey is por- . formed .witli' some sort of comfort, : although , sleep 'during itiie next day is generally, inipba siblo.;'iTeam8terB nearly always turn night into day; and, as one is bowling along, a huge waggon with its oight'or 10 . horses is, porhaps, tho only thing that; can bo seen in tho weary milen between \thoiohanging,stations.-'A\rlion a waggon is ligiitVthblJsprirp'Jhbrsos. aro lot go arid follow tho waggonVsptliat .when three 'or; four teams ?::'?;?-;???.? travel ; togother^th'erpys : quite a ; mobi of vhb'rsoa ,'Hi ? trotting and feeding withiiireaoh^ vC'v v v; -/ ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REVENUE RETURNS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

t : MBVENUE RETURNS. | ' - Victoria. The rovonuo returns for the second quarter of th'e current financial year, \voro published in a supplement to the Government Gazette issued on Deo 31. It showsanet incrca'so of £25,64-7163. 2d., oomparod with tho corresponding period in 1888.' The following is a copy of. tho return': — Quarter Ended , Year Ended IlKADS OF ItE- , ? ' ? - , ? ?* — — ? , :' VUNUE.- Dec. 31, Dec. 31, Dee. 31, Dec. 31, ? ? -? 1888. 1889. 1888. 1889. £ ~~£ ~~£ 1F~' Customs :. .. 661,039 620,9822678,1512794,101 Kxciso and Inland ? v novonuo .. 181.682 276,039 527,865 715.755 Territorial: .. 140,70* 122,119 699,890 581,133 Public Works .. 928,512 923,4013234,8903277,600 l'ortsandlliiruors 13,064 12,131 41,504 42,399 Post )- and Tele graph Offices .. 9,804 15,791 39,992 52,680' FcusT- .. .. 243,279 227,145 952,415 831,443 Finos' .. .. , 18'49 1,772 7,800 8,283 Miscellaneous .. ?, 96,679 102,877 268,651 279.MJ} Tokl Kovonuo . . 2276,616 2302,264 8451,463 8642,744 ? i ? .. ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MADAME SCHUMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

'matdamesohumann. j' Madame Clara Joaophino Schumann, tho wife of the groat composor, Robert Schumann, ? and tho most dlstinctuisliod classical pianlsto. of tho day, was born in T^oijialc, on the 13th of So'ptetn ber, 1819. Hor father was Frederick Wieok, nn eminent teacher of the pianoforte, under whoso guidanoo the phenomenal musical talent of his -daughter received early and judicious develop ment, 'qnabling- her to make a publlo appear ance at tho age of 9. It is said that even at that early poriod.aho was able to play the con certos of Mozart and Hummel by heart. Mdllc. Wieok gave her first concert on tho 8th Novom bor, 1830, whon'; little more than 11, playing brilliant compositions by Kalkbronnor and Hcrz, then popular composers, besides some variations composed by herself. Two years later tho young pianist' r appeared at the Leipsio GewandhauB ' concertu, and from this time seems to have given attention to a more serious &tylo of music, as contemporary conoert progra...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE INFLUENCE OF THE LIEDERTAFELS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

- THE INFLUENCE OF THE ,. . i IilEDEHTAFELS. ..... ,, ';.'-'.' ; i Jliisio, asTwo understand the; term, is by far ,, tho youngoat.of the arts. It may bo fairly open , to donbt' whothqr the world will- ever see such mastori)iecoB of soulpturo as those produped by . the J anoiont Greeks ; and although it is by no means so certain that future artists'. may not produce works eolipsing tho.so of the mediteval — masters, there is. at least no question that tho ''.?'??? art of paintipg had readied a very high degree of perfection at a time .when musio was in its infdnoy. -. No. really, great , strides were made in Jlliinju uitbll biiu oijviuo*tbti uunuu&jr. ^liiia juou as the highest efforts of the masters' of painting wero devoted almost oxolusively ~ to eaolcsiastioal subjeots, so the new art was '..w .prinolpally dovolopeil with tho view of providing ; for thorequiremants of public worship. Indeed, it is not too much 'to say that the modorn art of . musio owes its oxistonoe to t...

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