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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

EUROPEAN ITEMS. tFnoj' Our Couhespondent.J London, 10th January. , News of the doath of two famous vocalists has ' .-,? just been received. Rahconi, 'the barit6hojr/T;i equally celebrated as an actor, died in Madrid a *,' few days ago, at the age of 79, having been bom at Milan in August, 1810. Gazarro, the Spanish tenor, at one time pronounced a possiblo rival to Mario, diod also in Madrid, on the 2nd inst., a victim to tiie fatal Russian influenza. The popular baritone, Mr. Michdol Maybriok, who for reasons of good tasto, which may have seemod excessivo to some, though they could be understood and appreoiatod by all, temporarily retired from the concert platform nftor giving evidence at the Maybriok trial, made on the 4th inst.. his rc-entric at the Ballad Concorts. Tho sympathy of tho publio was happily oxprossed by the hearty rounds of cheers which grootcd his appoaranco in tho St. James's Hall orchestra, '?'?'' and tho warmth of his loceptionsoqmed at .first.. ', „, to unnorvo ...

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 March 1890

.JEVENTS OF JTHE MON TH.^-. u^ jA * ^VICTORIA: v Tho musio of- tho past month ? has been oon- '?'?'?-'?' tributed mainly by the Viotorian Orchestra, whoso concerts have been resumed after their temporary cessation, owing to the engagement of the orohestra for the Santley concerts. A prominent feature of interest has been the ap pearance as harpist of Mr. W. T. Barker, who, besidos rendering good and effective servioe in tho orchestra, has, on two occasions, appeared as a solo porfonner. He is a thoroughly accom plished artist, tochnioally perfect, produoing a full and inusioal quality of tone, and combining th'eso oxoollonces with artistic finish. Tho pro grammes have boon rendered specially interest- ' : ing by 'means of-judicious variety. A repetition of the pldbiscite programme, given by request, '% attracted a lartjo attendance, and among' the ? ' new productions tho most important aro Raff's '; sixth symphony, with an elaborate programme title ; Beethoven's overtures, King Step...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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LOVE AND THEE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

^..wLovk and /Tmm. ' — M U S I C BY S I DO N I A . ... . . ^«j -tf:?-; ;:;;g » wL. I«H 'b-- J J^1 P I* ' f^ ? [|^ ^'^ j p - b\f*. -\^0 j^ ^ l^~ I '(^ * ' b i- ^ «^~ ^ \ W m 1 .... ySpeaX's' fomj/ spirit- ati m.i& 7/.ot/.r; speaks Jo. mt/ sp/r// o/'^Looe;ctrit/J//\ee, dpeafcs.fpjtiifspinid 1 jSh'li its ma fc in att.sur.fcjnart-fris/(?Jsfr'// its mate is eo. — en Theet Ks(i/?i its mcr/c^fiz^ 1

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

BEN TROVATO. Spohr, an eminent oomposer, and tho most distinguished violinist of his day, had but little knowlodgo.of the works of tho classical majors, as the following curious anecdote will show : — A student being asked to show his proQcionoy in pianoforte playing rendored Beethoven's sonata in E minor, op. 90, atid Spohr, who was proaont, inquired of the young porrormer if ho had com posed much moro in. the name stylo, being evidently ontiroly unaoquainted with tho oom position. A curious story is told relativo to tho oompo eiUon of tho popular tonor air In Donna i) Mobile, in Verdi's Rigoletto. At the rehearsals of the opera preparatory to -'its first production the tonor, Mirate, oast tor the part of, the Duke of Mantua, perceived ! that a piece that he had to sing alone was wanting; in his part. 'Mi manoa un pozzo' ('There is a piece missing'), said ho to the composer. ' O'e tempo ; te lo darb' ('There is plenty of time ; I will give it you'), replied the latter. Every day th...

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

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR MARCH. lat. — FnEDEitio Francois Chopin. Born 1797, Zolawo-Wavola, near Warsaw; died in Paris, 17th October, 1849. 2nd.— Sir G. A., Maofabren. Distinguished composer, teaohor, critic, &o. Born Lon don, 1813 ; died thero 31st October, 1887. 3rd. — Alfred Pi.umpton. Composer, conduo tor and musical littdratcur. Born Lon don. - 4th. — Robert Lindley. Excellent violoncellist. Born 17,76, at Rotherham,. near Sheffield ; died June, 1855, in London. 5th. — Aifked Jaei.Ii. Pianist and Composer. Born at Trieste, 1832 ; died 27th Fobruary, 1882, in Paris. 6th. — Beknhard Klein*. Organist, teacher and composer. Born Cologne, 1793 ; died in Berlin, Soptombor, 1832. 7th. — Edward Lloyd. Distinguished tenor vocalist. Born London, 1845. 8th. — Delphin Axard. Celebrated violinist and composer for tho violin. Born 1815 at Bayonne ; died 22nd February, 1888. 9th. — Alphonse Leduo. Composer and pianist. ? ' 10th. — Marietta Albani. ? Renowned operatic contralto vocal...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

NOTICES TO COBItESPONDENTS. J.W.S.— Musical degrees wero first instituted in. England in 1465. Henry , Harrington was the first Mus. liac, and Thomas Snintwix tho first Mus. Doc. Operatic. — Verdi's last opera in Otello, composed when in his 74th year. It was flr.st purformod at I.a Scala, Milan, on the 4th of Fobruary, 1887. Ho is said to bo at work on anothur opera, and that thi.s time the plot in of a light character, founded on ono of Sliakspcaro'H comedies. Diatonic.— Diminished chords aro classod by some theorists au common chords, anil by others ' only as triads, the title of common chord being con sidered only correct when the fifth is perfect. A.R.— Tho tdrm'cadonco has two nioaningH. In harmony It Hlgnlflos tho two concluding chords of a musical phnisu ; in muloily a florid passage intro duced into a vocal solo, usually Just buforo the last note. It is also appllud to a similar embellishment of a 'moro extended character In itiHtruinontal mualc, and lu tho sunxo of mi inte...

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MUSIC FOR REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

MUSIC FOR REVIEW. The following music has been received for review' from' Messrs. Allan and Co. :— . ' .'' Stories, song, words by Mary Mark-Lemon,' music by A. H. Bohrend. -Another addition to the already long list of what may be called songs of domestic life, well written and with appro priate music. It may be had in three keys, and is of moderate compass. The writer and com poser, who havo frequently been associated in song writing, are each of distinguished artistic lineage, Miss Lemon being the daughter of tho famous Mark Lemon, once editor, of tho London Punch, while Mr. Bohrend is tho nophow of M. W. Balfo. The song' is published by Messrs. Patey and Willis. A Castle in Spain; song, words by Clifton. Bingham, musio by F. H. Cowon. _ Simple in style and easy both to sing and play.^ Hush, My Little : One, lullaby, composed by E. Bovignani. Signor B. has been rather ham pered by the English verse, the accentuation of the words 'one'and 'my' producing rather an odd effeot, and th...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE MOSS WILL CASE IN COURT. THE MOSS WILL CASE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THE MOSS WILL CASE IN COURT. THE MOSS AVILL' CASE IN COURT. AVo illustrate tho cross-examination of M^rs. Somner by 'Mr. Purves, Q.C., whibh was tho chief incident of tho case, and also give portraits ' of her and tho late Mr. Moss. Further particu lars will bo found in Events of tho Month.

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HERR CARL FORMES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

. . HERR CARL FORMES. This famous artist, who in tho primo of his powers was acknowledged the greatest bass singer in the world, died at San Frauoisco on , the 15th of December last from tho offcots of a severe oold. His voico had an extraordinary compass, reaching from the low O to tenor upper G» more than two octaves and a half, and. it was even in quality throughout ' with immense volume of power. Tho follow-, ing autobiography will bo found, intorosting : — ' 'I was born in tho town of Muclhoim, on tho Rhino, 7th August, 1815. My fathor was a ohuroh organist, and from tho ago of 8 years I oarned my own bread, and sang tho Grogorian service in the village choir. In 1836 I wont to live in Cologne, whoro I joined a singing sooiety. In 1838 I sang in a concort for the benefit of a fund for restoring tho coronation ohapol of the old kings of Germany. After that I was regu larly attached as basso to tho opera ? house, making my debilt as Sarastro in the' Magio Fluto iii 1842. The .man...

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HANS RICHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

- HANS RIOHTER. ! ' ' ' Hans Rich tor, tho famous condubtor, wasborn -?'{? 4th April, 1843/ at Raab, in Hungary. He comes' ' : ' of a musical family, his father havingbeen ; capellmeistor of the Cathedral at Raab, and his mother a teacher of singing, now resident in Vienna. At the age of 10 Riohter was placed in tho LUwonburg convont school, Vionnn, and sang in the choir of the court ohapel. In 1859 he booamo a studont at tho Conservatorium, and selected .the horn as his speoial instrument, '? studying under Kloinioho. For somo timo ho is-~ occupied the position of .principal liorn olayer -.rin one .-of tho first opera housos of -? Gotfmanyi . lintilin' 1866 ho became associated Vith Wagner, ':' and 'from this .period ; his .career as_ a'.oon ' ductor- dates..- ...As a Wagnbrlari'/conduotpr; JH-he ia^absoluteiy 'unrivalled,' his long association'' '-'-with the-'oomposor having given film 'tho op'pbr tunlty of bocomlng intimately acquainted with. his- ideas and' methods. ? The thorou...

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

TONIC SOLFA: ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. . VII. The use of the tonic solfa method in the' elementary schools and training eolloges of England and Scotland was first officially recognised 'in 1869, ?' whon the , secretary of tho '? Committee of the Council of Education wroto . to Mr. . Curwon that ' their Lordships aro prepared to acoopt ' the tonio solfa method and tho tonio solfa nota tion upon the samo terms as shall from time to time he applicable to the ordinary method- and' notation. ' This concession has not been obtained without much hard work on the part of thcenthu*' slastio solfaists. Thoy had memorialised and deputationed ' my Lords j' thoy had annually held a great demonstration of sight reading by ' ohildron at the Crystal Palaco, and thoy had aunt a ohoir to tho Paris Exhibition in 1867, which had won tho first prisso for choral singing against the world. Tho poouniary encouragomot offorod to teach* crs and Hohool managers was Is. 4d. per pa»s (since reduced...

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RULES AND THEIR EXCEPTIONS. MELODIC RULES. NO.2. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

BULBS AND THEIR EXCEPTIONS. Mklodio Rules. No. 2. It has already been mentioned that the lead ing note in a minor scale may rise to the third of the tonic, making a diminished fourth. The same interval may also bo formed by the re versal of this process, as seen in tho slow' movement of Schumann's symphony in O »— . A modulating chord will frequently obviate the necessity for any regular resolution of tho lead ing note. Thus if tho dominant chord in the key. of O bo followed by tho dominant seventh in that of F, tho B in the first instead of rising will fall one semitone, making ? tho soventh of tho now dominant ; or if a modulation bo pro duced by the enharmonic change from the minor seventh of tho dominant to an augmented sixth, tho leading note, the' third of . either chord, changes its oharaotor, and as the lower note of an augmented fourth oithor doaoonds or remains stationary. In good .part writing at tention is paid to tho easy progression of each part, and it is frequently f...

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A MONSTER TOTARA LOG.— FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY A. MALTIN, WANGANUI. A MONSTER TOTARA LOG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

A MONSTER TQTARA £ 0 G.—FnoM A PHOTOanAPH DV A, 'KlAWiN, Wanoanui, A MONSTER TOTARA LOG. ? The New Zealand forest is evergreen, and in general- character- resembles that' of Australia and Tasmania. As a rule the timber is heavier and much harder to' work than American or European lumber, but the varieties are so nume rous that wood suitable for -almost every description -. of /work . is obtainable. ' Chief; among New Zealand trees V Htaiids ? .the .kauri,!/ and ? one -known as the Great Kauri ' at ' Thames is said to bo tho king of - the New Zea land forest. '? This tree measures 46 feet in girth, and is reported to'' have £1000 worth of timbor* under the bark. The totara, manuka black birch,, tho kowhar and matai aro highly esteemed likowiso, tho -former taking the place gum holds in Victoria. It Is- a very finotreo, ?' and 'grows to a good sizo, as tho butt we illustrate testifies. . ';.'.'?'- v, ]?': ?'?? .v- - ;'v ' ^v:'-- : ''

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THE FEDERATION CONFERENCE IN MEBOURNE. — SIR HENRY PARKES MOVING THE FIRST RESOLUTION. OUR ILLUSTRATIONS SIR HENRY PARKES AT THE FEDERAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

THE FEDERATION CONFERENCE IN MEBOURNE.-SIR HENRY PARKE.S itJOVINa THE FIRST RESOLUTION, SIR HENRY PARKES AT THE FEDERAL :? CONFERENCE. P.11 Some inon,' saysShakspoaro, ' are born to '? greatness, aoino meii aohiove greatness, and sqme hnivo groatnoss thrust upon thorn. ' ' . .The subject of' our sketch may bo said to bo ono of the olass . v-ho against onormdusodda, obsouro birth, iioK lebted education, ami; a tomner not attuned to court the brcezo of popular favor, 'lias neverthe less rifion (to be the foremost, if not tho ablest, man in his adopted, country. . Ho is so despite difficulties political, pc'ouuiaiy and social sufB cientto overwhelm a man of less, forco of cha ractor and intolleotual capacity. . He was born in the year 1815, and his parents were of the farming class in 'Warwickshire, whore at that poiiod there wero few chances of *' a1 boy receiving othor than /,-, tho more rudiments of education. At the age of 15 ho removod to Birmingham and be- , camo apprenticed' toa...

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

The leading event of tho month will mnrl: a political epoch in tho history, of tho Australian colonies. On tlio 6th of February last, hi accord ance with a general' understanding between tho Hcvcral Governments/ dolokatoa assembled in Molbourne for' thb; purposo of considering tho momentous question of establishing nil Austra lian Dominion composed of the soveral colonies, incliuling Now .Zoaland.YThb proceedings of tho conference, no less than the- antecedent circum stances by which it was brought 'together, wero as prosaic and practical as they could well bo. Tho question in tho form in which it was pro Bcntcd had- been forced upon public attention by the report of General Edwards, who had boon commissioned rccoiitly'byitho Imperial uutiibri ties to inspuot. tho colonial -forces and defence* works with a view to the organisation, of ft general scheme npplicublu to tho colonies us u . whole. After tedious and protracted negotiations, nnd mainly at the instance of Sir Henry l'arkes,...

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

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AMERICAN ITEMS. NEW YORK, 4TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 March 1890

' AMERICAN ITEMS. ? [FROM OUR COHnKSPONDKNT.l ?NEW YORK-, 4th January. : .'Since tho conclusion of the series of concerts given- by Mr. D 'Albert and Signov Sarasate, in, . conjunction, Mr. D'Albort has announced throe piaiioforto rooitals. At tho first, taking placo ? on the 3rd January, the programme included Tansig'a arrangement ,'of ? Badh's'-Toqcata: and fugue in G. minor' for tho orfian ; the pianist's own arrangement of Bach's Paaaaoaglia in G ?jrninorfor tlie organ; Beethoven's sonatas, '.'op. : 53 arid 109, and his. variations .and ''fugue;vl-;''op'.',/.|'35';,._iand three numbers by Brahms,' s the^ ? :DV. . major . :' Ballade, . ? G- minor ?? Rha'psodie and 'variations on a theme by Handel. ; At the '' second 'tho programme consisted entirely of the works of Schumann and Chopin. ?j*On_7th- January-Gilbert, and Sullivan's new. opera, The Gondoliers, is to be produoed at. tho Park* Theatre' by- a company sent from England by. Messrs. D'Oy ley and Carte. _ . . - (Boston.— 'Th...

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