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AMERICAN ITEMS. 12TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

AMERICAN ITEMS. [FllOJI OUU OonUBSl'ONDKNT.] 12th Dkcioimihch. Nkw York. — The great sensation of tho musical season in New York is tho simultaneous appearance of two. renowned virtuosi— Bcnov Sarasate, the Spanish violinist ; and Mr., Eugene D'Albort, tho pianist.' .Sonor ', Sarasato visited Amorica onco bof ore, nearly 20 years since, with tho. first Nillson. Opera Com pany ; but Mr. D'Albort comes hero on this occa uion for tho first time. At their first concert, ? taking place at the Metropolitan Opera House, '; on 18th November, tho following programmo was presented :— Overture, Die Moistorsinger, , Wagner, orchestra '; cohoorto for piano in E minor, . Chopin, Mr. D'Albert and '.orchestra ; Mandelssohn's violin concerto, ? Sonor Saiasato and orchestra; Humorosquo, op. 6, No. 2, Grieg, : Barcarolle, No. .1., A minor, Rubinstien ; , 'Waltzer, Man lebt nur.oinmal, Strauss-Tansig, j Mr. D'Albort ; fantasia on airs from Gannon,! Sarasatc, Sonor Sarasato ? and orohostra. j Nothing mo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORCHESTRA. NO. V. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

: - iTfiE ORCHESTRA^ V ;: !,/,;/:;:;1:^;jN6.,y.:':'; ' ^V ''? , We will;now devote a short spaco, to tho study of ; tho 'mechanical raspeot ? of- ;thc - orchestra. Mechanism; in! its .plainest meaning, linsnntui alIy/.;'aiiVmupto\\to''do7w«U»'!;tJ»o'-'I-«'--d'iot-p*f1 °^ inimical sounds as the, brain' of the composer has to .do: with tiiei'music., be .writes, although the moro -that pure mechanism is i kept con cealed; in the aotual performance, of music the more'pt 'tho' character 'of inspiration ' is revealed.* , 'Still the mere machinery of ; musical instruments /must be :as perfeotly ..adjiistod and ns critically regulated, as the 'interior of a chronometer or tlie parts of a steam engine. Nor docs -this statement.. despoil mnsio' 'in; tho slightest [degree r of'' its ; romance :';and ' .poetry, Beeiiigi.that'thoibody'of tho most -intellectual mid spiritual minded man is only keut in a state of life and activity by the internal motion of a soinewh'aV^siinply.'Voonatrucycl'' ;pur...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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FROM KEW TO HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

?? ; ?') ' X ^FROM iKE W. Ta'HElDEtBE RG.- '0.:r}$£, ? .; To^lioVv-iinany' pboplej'. living intaridLaround;,;^^ Melbpurne,.'isAthe. outor-oirblefof'that^ityraj-yi;; : Realedibook ?i;trhknown;lb'eoause'unrpad.: ai'Andi^n^ yeti-4|d'l»ut.Her. .citizens'- 'deign^tp:^'u'n'plo3e^tH'o^!ii;^ vblump;iand.lbbk:witfcinteliigont'eyes,va/Wliple^ number ofbi-ightandbeautifiir. piotHresf^wouldv.?'^1 ' ro voal tlierhselves to their astbnislied gazei ' :-: t;;;4\.; ^' 7l..''Byybye-!',i-Ka'd:no'ia^ so -.pretty '.near- Melbourne, 'was i; the.': romark?.of ;;f;,',, ; one Aylip; hii»d: fbrtlie' first tirnolef tvth'e-:,Saturday .: ^i;; :afternopnv:crioket-':tmatoh'^,;for .the' beaiitiful /i:*'1 country, lying: b'efween^Kew'. and''..Heidoiberg./iv^S; No'~,,he had no-idea ? of-' the' beauties- of-hfa''6wri' V-!;',,; oountry,' any morb-th'an--have.tlie..thouBands;of ?' ';V: other, young men,' who develop.- their ? jnusple? at i {;';? the oxponse %of - their: intellect, . and ? whb .Cprpf er',-';';;'. ''?- t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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AUSTRALASIAN SCIENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

AJJSTRAIiASIAN;SeiENCE ASSOCIA ^:'v^#r'f^-,A--.^:TiON:: -:'?'?? ''?:}:. :::-,: ;? ? '?' ^. Thbseoond annual session of tho Australasian Association for tho-- Advaiicomunt of Scibneo,, wliicji'. this:, year vjwas! lield-7 inKMelbourn'e,.! was conclui)ed abbut.tho middle of last month. Tho objeots of the association; which is founded upon tlio same linesas tho British Association;; at o to pivoa stronger impulso nnd. a moro; systematic: dirootion to soiontific inquiry, to promote: tho- intercourse of 'those 'who ? cultivate soienco1 in ^ different parts of tho Australasian colonies, . to obtain more. general attention- to the' objects: of 'spienoe,,and.the removal of any disadvantage of a:publio kind which may impede' its' progress, i There.is also conneoted' with the ? association aj section which deals- with', literature- and' 'arts, with sub-sections devoted rospootively to music, ? literature and art. During the session' visits of ' inspection woro made to every place of. intercut...

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

The most important occurrence that has taken plac'o during the past month -is *tho 'estimated ' product of tho wheat harvest, by the agricultural rcportor of The JJcader, who remarks that the season of 1889 and 1890 will long he remem bered as one of tho most disappointing on rccoid. A bountiful harvest seemed to be assured, but tho proverbial uncertainty which prevails with regard Jtojfcho_ crops i has once again_ boon ''illus- trated', hi: a manner which': calls for -sympathy ' -with the unfortunate farmers who have suffered so' severely. The extraordinarily heavily rain fall interfered with seeding operations to a cer tain extent, and in many places heavy, floods subsequently did a largo amount of damage, but in spite of these drawbacks tho luxuriant growth of all-kind* of crop, throughout the greater por tion of. the colony, warranted the assumption that' an exceptionally heavy yield would be ob tained; These bright anticipations were in dulged in upto a quite recent poriod, and...

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

? i Recent discussions in tlio press, followed by explanations from the platform, indicate that questions of ihmnco nre as a closed book to most public men in the colony, not oven except ing fJin Trnn«nrfir IiitnRnlf mill n. nnmbor of ' politicians who have already held that office. .' When in July last the budget speech was de livered, the country was led to believe that the balance to be carried forward to the financial year 1889-90 amounted to no less than £1,700,000. The statoment produced a chorus of congratulatory oncomiums upon Mr. Gillios, who was declared to have eclipsed the 'historic '. personage, known oh Prosperity Robinson, : who at one time had a similar ' Htory to tell tlio House of Commons. 'With at much money in hand tho Government ', was mercilcHsly bosioged with applicants ; for .subsidies for almost overy object it would be : possible to define or the human imagination to - concoivo, and, nothing averse, tlio Treasurer for ! a time appeared resolved to bo libera...

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

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ? Captain Moon, formerly of, the- stonmct- Otway, has been shot dead' by a man named Heincs, at Pilburra gold fields.. . '- Mr. Frascr, Colonial Secretary, has boon sworn in as Administrator of the Government until the arrival of Sir AVin. Robinson.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

- .INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Mr. H, M. Robinson, of Sydney, ? has bpen' awarded the £50 promium offered by the Rail way OommiHsioners1 for tho boat design for a ' railway institute. Mr. James R. Prioo, with Van Tassel Bros., American aoronauts, made a successful para . chute, desoont,' from- a height of 8000 foot, at. Bondi on Saturday. r ? Tho Minister of Education; has' decided' to - . o;root workshops in connection with a number. * , of public sohools for the pnrposo of imparting ' ' teohnioal education to boys. A splendid' supply of artesian wator, esti mated at 724,000 gal. in 24- hours, has .been ? , struck at Nocoleohe, on the Fdrbo, at a depth - of 1227 feet, This is tho third ? successful ??? boro at Nocoleohe. Two young girls named Milly. Morley and Essie Scott were drowned at Nymngee on 3rd Jan. while bathing7~ Two other children, in trying to reioue their companions, barely escaped with thoir lives. A and drowning fatality ocourred at Mount Macquario near Oarc...

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AMERICAN ITEMS. 12TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

AMERICAN ITKMS. '[FltOJI OUU OOUUBSl'ONIJICNT.] ; /J, 12th Dkokmdkh. ' - New Youk. — Tho groat sensation of tho musical seaaoii in New. York is tho simultaneous nppearnnco of two ronownod virtuosi— Scnor Saraaate, the Spanish violinist ; and Mr. Eugeno D'Albert, tho pianist. Senor Sarasatn visited Amorica onoe before, nearly 20 years since, with tho first Nillson Opera Com pany ; but Mr. D'Albort comes horo on tlii3 occa sion for tho first time. At their first concert,' taking 'place at tho Metropolitan Opora House, on 18th November, . the following : programme was presented V-f-Overturo, ? Die Meistorstngor, Wagnor, , ; oroliestra ; concerto for piano in E minor, . Chopin, Mr. D'Albort and oroliestra ; Mendelssohn's violin oonoerto, Senor Saiasato and orchestra; Humorosque, op. 6, No. 2, Grieg, Barcarolle, No., Lv ;A^;inlnpr-,; Rubins tien ; .AValtzor, Manlebt nur oinmal, Strauss-Tansig, Mr. D'A Ibort ; fantasia . on airs from Carmen, Sarasate/' Senor Sarasate arid oroliestra. Noth...

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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. VICTORIA. Thu'Christmas performances of music may bo said to have commoncod with tho concert given on the 11th of Decombor, tinder the direction of . Mr. Otto Lindon, whon a portion of Bach!*... .-.}. Christmas 'Oratorio wan produced. This great — ,*' classical ^work presonts difHculties of rio ordi-'-'''-;p nary kind to tho performers, and tho caroful ' ' and intelligent manner in which it wasrondorod reflcotod much credit [on all concorne'd. Tho members of tho Choral Harmonic Society wore assistod 'by thoso of.. tlio. South ~Yarr.n;. .,' Musical Society, whoso conductor, Mr. T.'-J; ?»{—! Hammond, ronderod valuable- assistance in tho— -— rohoarsals, and conducted tho part songs sung in tho second part of the concert. An increased knowledge of tho works of the groat contra puntist, John Sebastian Bnch, is ominontly desirable, and theso two societies in com bining for tho first production ' in Mel-. ' bourno of one of his most impor-.-. tant compositions have don...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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AUSTRALASIAN SCIENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

AUSTRALASIAN SCIENCE ASSOCIA '?'??;-v5y;'..:-:;. ?.??.? ',-.tion.W ??/:;??:? :J-:?:': : The second annual session of the Australasian ' Association for, the - Adv.ario'omont of Soieuco, whioh this year was held in-. Melbourne, was concluded about the middle of last month.' Tho objects of the association, which is founded upon the same lines as the British' association, are to give a stronger impulse 'arid a., more systematic direction to scientific inquiry, to promote the intercourse of , those who. cultivatp' soience*in different parts of tho Australasian colonies, to obtain more general attention to the'' objects of science, and tho romoval of any disadvantage of a publio kind which may impede ;.: its prpgross. There is also connected with the association a ; section which deals witli^ literature and arts, with sub-sections devoted rospoctivoly to 'music, . literature and art.. During the session visits of inspection were made to' every- place of interest not only in. Melbourne it...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR FEBRUARY. 1st.— Adolph O. AV. SCHI.0KS8EK, born at Darmstadt, 1830. ??.Teachor and composer. 2nd.— Giuolamo Chksoentini, bom at Urba nia, 1766 ; died in Naples, 24th April, 1846. 'Vocalist and excellent teacher. 3rd. — Jacob Femx MENDELSsonN-BARTHOi.r-Y, uorn at .namuurg, j.ouu , tuini ui, jjcijiiig, 4th Noyembor, 1845. 4th. — Sik Michael Costa, born in Naples, 1807 ; died inJ London, 29th April, 1884. Distinguished cqinluclor and composer. 5th.— FitANKLiN TAvloh, born 1843, Birm:ng liam. Eminent pianist and teacher. : 6th. — Hknrv Litolff, born in London, 1820. Pianist and composer, founder of the cole- . brat'ed firm of music publishers. ' ; 7th.— Richard Gknee, born 'at Dantzic,1824.. . ' Composer of , popular comic operas. 8th.— L. AV. Mau'keu, born at Potsdam, 1789 ; diwl at St. ? Petersburg, 1878. Violinist. anil composor. ... . 9th.- --T. L. Dussek, bom at Csaslau (Bohemia), 1761 ; died at St. , Gormaui, near Paris, 20th Match, 1812. Oolcbiatcd pian...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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FROM KEW TO HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

FROM KEW TO HEIDELBEIMS; ??; ' ' To . how many people, living in ari'dfarbund1. Melbourne, : is ' the oiitor circle qt, thatoiiiy': a ''?? . sealed book ?.'. Unknown, because unread. ;' And : yet, did but her citizens deign to unblo3e the volume, and look with intelligent eyes, a whole number of bright and beautiful i)iotures would reveal themselves to their astonished gaze. 'Byjove! I had no .idea there was anything so pretty near Melbourne, '..was the remark of one who had for tlie first timo loft tho. Saturday afternoon cricket match . for tho beautiful country lying between Koyv. and Heidolbcrg. : No, he had no idea of the beauties of his own country,' any more than have the thousands of other young men, who develop their mu&clo at tho oxponso of their intellect, and who prefer the confined space of the football arena to the free,' open and beautiful country so easily within their roach. Let some of them for: once start ' on an, expedition somo Saturday, afternoon, and w...

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NOTES ON HANDEL'S MESSIAH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

5S[6tES,ON HANDEL'S MESSIAH. Although The Messiah' is probably- among English-speaking people the most-popular and ' bostjkWwri oratorio, it ia surprising ^liow littlo' is gonprally known concerning 'its .history. and, traditions. - -Handel's - influence on music iu England 'was 'groat and' enduring; -'and '-such records of The Messiah as have beoii-boquea'tlied to us by. musicians contemporary ^yith'tho great composar. must- undoubtedly bo .considered to' possess, thoutmost value and interest. : ~ It was comtnoncod and completed within the'' remark- ably/, short '''sp'-aol};' of 24 daysj ? and first portormeu in .Uuulin, lor tno uenent or throe charitnblo institutions. . Its first performance in England -took placo on the 13tlr of April, 1743, af'Cdverifr' Garden ?? Theatre, and' from '-'this occasion dates the custom of rising, while tho Hallelujah-; Chorus . is . porformed. Georgo - the Second; .who was present, sot-' tho example, ? followed' by the entire audienco, and over siuc...

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HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE IN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

HOW TO STUDY THE, PIANOFORTE. ? ix. v v- ??????-.? , :' When a student has arrived at -that degree of advancement in pianoforte playing and: musical culture combined, which, the. drudgery. of rudi« montary study being over;- allows the. (esthetic faculties to come' intio' play,- it i»» most desirable that every opportunity should-bo taken of hear? ing such solo pianists'tts are 'credited with b'eing : artiste in contradistinction t'»!*tho8b./whb aro merely virtuosi. iThe- latter class'.'beloitg.to the' samo category aBi'prckidi-ji(iUcurs'4tmA, other similar performers ? Vxhiuitim^- dexterity, arid adroitnocB ; their playing iitoducesastonishment and awakens ciiriosTty,-bufc-appeals.' to/no Iflgher feelingB. To liBt6n-'t'ovpor'former.siof-'tbis-cln'*H before tho taste and judginoht are- fully formed is positively detrimental to artistic iirogres's, ns - tlie tendency to imitation ' is strong, tnjd- the adoption of a morbtricious . «tan'-lnrd;' of excellence is likely'. tt-^.- lead'-,...

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CURIOSITIES OF MUSICAL CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

curiosities of' musical ckiti-,;! : : . -,.--,; ;cism. ..;...- ..,., .....;„,??;:;., .Excepting in the loading metropolitan jour nals, in whose oaso gontloman of proved musical '' . ability form a regular and roaogmsod part of !.. tho Htaff, we find tliat thoro is no department of?-/, nowspapor iwork in, which tho fitno3s of the ?? infiivffliiiil' fnr'f.lin nimntn.! flnf.tnj 'wii^nii' ni.n1' ontriistod to himis ao littlo regarded as . in that .which, deals with 'what ti coinplncently. cntltlod .'_ musical oritiolsmi Distinctive knowlodge of a i roasonrtbly-teohnical kind is required at tlio ' liands of thoso. whose dutios deal -with : raolng, ' football or shipi-ing matters, or at lonsfc so miioli \ of it as shall provont thorn from falling Into pal- , pable errors of douoriptluu or commont, whllont - the sa-.no time tho principle doe.s not appoar to ''?' bo o'xtondod to musical ovents, and aomo junior ' ' raombar of tho' staff, 'to judgo at' loast'froin thu '' ' 1 p.ibilshod rosult...

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TONIC SOLFA. ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 February 1890

TONIC SOLFA.'- ITS JJISTOKY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. VI. 'We havo alroady roferrod to tho establiah mont of tho-Tonio Solfn Collogo as tho ciowning of tli3 lato Mr; -Gurwen's labors' on behalf of : popular musio teaching, and somo further parti-; oulars an to its constitution . and working will bo! interesting. ; The institution was incorporated in June,; 1875, but it had bsou in existonoo as a voluntary j : asspoiation for somo yearn, and its organisation] had boon mojt carefully elaborated by Mr. j ? Curwon. Tho oounoil, with whom tho admiuis-j . tration of its affairs rests, had boon imitated' -? from that of Andersou'd ' College, Glasgow.9 It' was divided into several classes, corresponding ', with the occupations of tho mombors— toaohors pf music, olorks, -'ministers of religion,' Huliool- mastors, . morchants. Only ft certain mini-! berin oaoh class could be oleotod. In reply to' a qai'stion, 'What is tho college ?' Mr. Curweni ; nniworo-.l as follows :— ' Tho oollogo is a s...

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