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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Editor begs to announce that he cannot undertake to return MSS. which he finds unsuitcd or insertion.' , Correspondents are advised to retain* copies of their MSS.. . Sandhurst. — Your composition is hardly unto our -standard, and. moreover, is' not free from grammatical mistakes. , You will , notice a bad example of consecutive fifths in tho second barafter ithe change to the major; and there are others/ though none so glaring as this one. ? E.J.O. — There is only ono flute part in Beetho ven's Fourth Symphony. R.T.— The nractice of starting a song in one key and ending it in another is not to be commended, even although the one bo the relative major of the other. Of Course, to end in the tonic major is quite permissible, and indeed very common. WAluiNAMBOor,— Thu air you mention is from Verdi's I Nasnadieri, a work which was first pro duced in London in 1847 ; the opera, howuver, was nut a success, and is never played now. Piiilomusicus. — Ingenious ...

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

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR APRIL. 1st.— Gkohge Griffin,, bom at Wingrove (Buoks.). 1816. Composer of an oratorio, Samuel. 2nd. — Franz Laohnek, born at Rain, Bavaria, 1804. Distinguished composer of operatic and church music 3rd. — Emilk Prudent, born at Angouleme; 1817 ; died in Paris, 5th June, 1863. Excel-; lent pianist and composor. 4-th.— Hans Rioiiteu, born at Raab (Hungary), : celebrated conductor. 5th. — Louis Spohu, born tvt Seosen (Bruns wick), 1784 ; died at Cassol, 22nd October, 1859. Ono of the greatest ? German oon%r posers, and an eminent violinist. 6th. —Robert Volkmann, born at Lommatzsoh (Saxony), 1815 ; diod 30th October, 1883. Distinguished pianist and composer. ' 7th.— Hubert Leonard, born at Bellaire, 1819. Eminent violinist and composer. 8th. — Olaudio Mehulo, born at Correggio, ? .1533 ; died at Parma, 4th May, 1604. J3olo: ? bratoJ organist. ' '' - 9th. — Francesco Paolo Tosti, ''??'.' born'1 at - Ortona (Abruzzi). - Compoaor of popular songa. i ' ' 10th. — ...

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

THE FIRST OPERA. A Novelette- by Hector Berlioz. [FROM THE FRENCH.] The following correspondence, though imagi nary, may be regarded as founded on history. Tho great soulptor, JBenvonuto Cellini, was iu actual fact a contemporary of Alfonso della Viola, who is oredited with being one of the first who tried his hand as. a composer at the musical drama; ho is said to have composed the seoond or third opera that ever was written. -',: ; : ? ; ' ? ' FLORENCE, 27th Jolt, 1555. Alfonso della Viola to Benvenuto 'Cellini. I am sad, Benvenuto; I am worn out, dis-, gusted, or rather)* to confess the truth, I am siok in body and mind. I amVgrowing. thin, just as you did beford you avenged the death of Fran ces 30. You soon recovered, but, .will the day of my recovery ever arrive ??-.. Heaven only knows I Yet what ''sufferings';, ?wore;;- ever more worthy of pity than' mine ?:. How .could Christ and his holy mother do more justice to an un fortunate being than by giving him revenge, . that sove...

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

QUEENSLAND. Tho Queeu-stroet property ocoupiod by Edwards and Lamb, drapers, ha* been sold at £650por foot. On the 29th January the quarter-master of the Itritish-Iudia steamer Waroonga foil over board and was drowned at sea. Four little boys were playing on a plank across a waterhole on Mr. Thompson's estate on 27th Feb. whon the plank colIapBed and all woro drowned. A' Cingalese and two white women havo boen arrested at Burketown for being suspected of the murder of a young black gin, whose body was found on tho river bank tied to a piece of iron. A tologram from St. George states that tho present is 0110 of the richest seasons over oxpo rieuccd in the district. ? Grass and watar every where are abundant, and stock routes all that can be desired. At the Supreme Court, Ipswioh, on tho 27th February, Elizabeth Hyde, a young woman, was found guilty and sentenced to death for tho murder of her husband at Duganand by poison. The' jury, recommended her to mercy. Tho crushings on tho Cro...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ' The Government have named a new township in tho far north Hopetoun, after tho Governor of Victoria. The Government have decided that the colony shall be represented at tho international exhi bition of mining and metallurgy, to bo held in - thu Crystal Palace, London, next year. ' It has been decided by some charitable people in Adelaide to send a largo caso of goods to Minn Amy Fowler, the English lady who hau gone to tako ohargo of the hospital at tho leper station at Malokai. Sergeant Upton, in charge of the Adelaide Doteotive department, and Detective Spencer have been suspended, pending an inquiry into alleged defalcations in connection with moneys received by the department for hawkors' licences. Tho extent of the dofioienoy is not known. The Government have given instructions to tho Inspector of Alines and tho Government Geologist to communicate with the managers of tho principal mines in- tho colony with a view of obtaining mineral specimens for tho forth c...

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

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. The Midland railway negotiations are finally, completed. The colonists are jubilant, as the Midland railway works means an expondituro of £1,250,000. Further paroels of gold have been received from the new alluvial rush in the north-west. Tho : central mine has' commonced crushing operations at tho Southern Cross with condensed wator.

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

MR. J. L TOOLE. Mr. J. L. Toolo, tho woll known English comedian, whoso portrait wo give, was born in London in 1830. Ho at first was a olork to a wiuo merchant, but having oarly ovinced a lovo for tho dramatic art ho soon quitted business and made his first appoaranco in 1852. Ever since then ho has boon beforo tho public, and it is safe to say that at the prosont time his popu larity in whatovor oharaotor ho assumos is as groat as it was whon ho first entered tho dramatic profession. Mr. Toolo will mnko his fit at apnoaranco in Molbourno at Eastor, most probably in tho oharaotor of Tho Don,

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BROKEN HILL.—THE GREAT SILVER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

BROKEN Hllifc— THB OBE^T 8ILTEB M BROKEN HILL PRIOR TO THE DISCOVERY OF THE LODE. BROKEN HILL PRIOR TO THE DISCOVERY OF THE LODE. ININU CENTRE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. :

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

wujfcwwlHE prosonfc month will ' bo one of , Joe Su mvisical interest; from the revival of US S&H the Melbourne ( Popular Concerts, ll^Shffliil the sixteenth season of which com mences 'on the1 14-th inst., ? under- tho ?diroo- torship of Mr. Otto Linden. These excellent concerts, whioh have now- boon established somo years, have done much to famihaiiso tho public with tho. boat class of chamber music. The success attending the concerts of the Victorian Orchestra; and the obvious boneflt to musical tasjb'e and culture to bo derived ? there from, have- aroused -a spirit of- emulation in Sydney,., and led to the assembling of an orches tra and the giving of a series of orchestral- con certs. Though the material of this orchestra is necessarily. in; some- respoots hot equal to that of, the '.Victorian Orchestra, it is nevertheless a very -respectable musical organisation, capable of doing alaigo amount of good work, and of becom ing, by. moans of constant rehearsal and -per- fo...

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

. THE ORCHESTRA; And naw£ fewj words as to .tlie '.management of an orcbestra/speakingsblely from' thoViJoint of view ;bf ; ono'.whq,' stands ;-,'in,' the,position of . conductor^ ? In the first place, it is the greatest mistake, in too many instances speedily realised, ?' for'him; who takes his! place !at the' 'front ? desk ' i and , possesses:, himself 'of the wand of office, . 'to suppose for a single momont,' that ho is : .'.going tor, do' .? just whatever, he likes.' . Auto . crat ; though ..ho - may be by ? virtue . of his ; mere presence- as 'conductor, '-he will very soon . become 'the1 subject1 : of ?' the conviotion that ? although the orchestra over .which he is come to rule for the time ??- being jmay.be t a i human machine it is not an engine. ? He will find that within ;the, wheels, springs- and valyos of tho . complicated h'umaii.meclmnism, before him there aro, ten thousand secret sources of .motion, force and impulse, all totally: outside tlio possibility of any hum...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. No. XI. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE; - ;??. no. xl ? ? . ? ?????' When tho technical means for executing a composition have' been mastered,;' there ' yet remains the most important part of pianoforte playing to be considered, namely;' its artistic aspect. Tho acquirement of executive power and dexterity is a means to an end ; it enables -the performer to have at command the' requisite machinery (if -such' a 'term may be used)' for giving a teclinical /«c.si'wti7c of a composer's pro duction. If nothing moro than this is aimed at or achieved, wo ..call, tho executant! a virtuoso, that is, we - acknowledge tho result of asBiduous ?praotice,- enabling the greatest' difficulties in execution to be overcome, much as the feats of a professor of legerdemain or a performer on the trapeze would call for admiration. ? But beyond this comes tho real domain of executive art, the interpretation of musical works. The ideas formulated by means of 'musical notation are often too subtle and- complex to find...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RULES AND THEIR EXCEPTIONS. HARMONIC RULES. NO. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

' RULE3. AND THEIR EXCEPTIONS. ; '. „ , r.;., Harmonic Rules. ?... ??? ''...-. , ,,?-??: ?':.? NO. IV. ?????; ?: ?'?? '??????'?'?.; -: 'The progression of the leading note has already ' reoeive'd, some explanation, but, the , subject ^cannot 'be. exhaustively treated, without; con ; Bidoration of its harmonic relationship. ' In the authentic cadenos it rises to the keynote, but the resolution may be duferrod in various wayd. An instance, too long to quote,, may bo found near the conclusion of the fir.it movement of ^ Beethoven's Sonata in' O major, , op. 53, whore , tlio' dominant chord containing the. leading note ' is twice st'ruok and each times abandoned, for the resumption of the phrase, in' a, lower '' octave,'until on being struck* a third time the resolution is effected in tho orthodox manner, ''ipther notes belonging to cither, chord may t inter veno between tlio leading note anil, its. reso- ' lution, so long as this is eventually heard. In a. *' major key if the harmony o...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONE OF TRINITY COLLEGE WOMEN'S HOSTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONE OF TRINITY COLLEGE WOMEN'S HOSTEL. Tho ceremony of- laying the memorial stone of tlio hostel which is hoiug erected within ,tho grounds of Trinity College, and which will bo known as the Janet Clarke-buildings, was per formed on the 17th ult. by tho Countess of Hopetoun,*J iir' tire' ?]-rosoiico. -of '«— largo v and-   influential gathering. ' 'The building will bo in tho Gothic stylo/of architecture,' 'three stories high, with an imposing clock -tower iii tho centro of tho struoturo, which will face to the Sydney-road, .ft will be built of briok, and will present when comploto '-'an 'elegant appearance. The cost of tho section -which is now being erected will bo' from .£6000^0 £6500, and Lady Clarke has goneroiisly donated; the handsome Bum of £5000,'.but the /completion of tho'build iny will, it.is;j.oxpeoted, nVcessitrtto an outlay of over £20,000. Sir Matthew Davies, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly,' lias given the sum of £2000 Upwards ...

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

MALtACOOTA INLET. 'There aro portionsof ATictoriaalinost unknown, and amongst those is included that district of a weird and unpronounceable unine* yclo]-t Croajingolong. It is within those bounds the Mallncoota Inlet, the subject of our illustration, is situated. On tho very border of the colony, with Gabo Island a few miles to tho north, tho iiilet may bo seen marked in bold letters on tho map of .Victoria. But official acquaintance with the locality commences and ends with this indi cation of its position. .Tho inlet is one of very considerable oxtout, and it. receives at its head tho waters of tho Genoa Kivcr. Tho enclosure! is -studded-, with numerous islands, '. aiid tho sconery.-i presents rnahy features of interest. Thoro are few signs of settlement in tho sur rounding country now, but the day is not far distant when tho advantages of this remote por tion of tho colony will also bo recognised. Tho following account by the special reporter of The: Aye,' who visited tho inlet ...

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

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

TONIC -SOLFA : ITS HISTORY AND ?CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. .VIII. Sir John Stainer',' though nominally Inspeotor of Musio for H. M. Government, does not in ^ -spee.t sohools, but, oonfinos his attention. to the ?traiiiiiigcolleges. Tho school inspection is done by 'theordiriary staff'of inspectors, a highly educated ; body, but not necessarily; possessed of musical -training. ' Thin 'may dispose some^peoplo' to dis count their reports, while others willsay that their opinions of rival systems are more valuable as being impartially given. A few extrnots from their reports, entombed in the blue books, will, -in any canoybe worth' reading-' r — '-I-cannot ade - quately express how great is tho success in my _distriot of jthe.toriio .solfa : system,- and whata cliarrfjihgrovolutipii'iti'anditdlpiieVh'as lifbugirt' ahout,' — (Rev. W. J. Kennedy.) 'The tonic solfa appears to., bo more popular on the whole . than tho old system, and children certainly seem to learn easily, and quickly by its m...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHOICE OF AN INSTRUMENT. By C. VILLIERS STANFORD, Professor of Music the University of Cambridge. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

THE CHOICE OF, AN INSTRUMENT. By O. VilIiIkks Stanford, ', Professor, of Musio;nt the University, of/ Cam?, bridge. [All Bights Resebvkd.] Our youth, at all ovents tho masoulino section of it batween the age3 of 18 and 22, have to. study and solve the problem of their future life. ';AVhat are you going to be V.'; is a question whioh has to be woighod with oaro and answered with dooisjon. If the ohoioe is 'made haphazard ' so muoh tho worso for tho ohooser. But many of the youth of both sexos, 'at a muoh: earlier, stage of thoir career, are obliged in the course of their education to mako a ohoioe, smaller, ' apparently, in importance',' but still likely( 'to, influence their future life, and in some oases to absorb it— that of a musical instrumont. ???!'. What, are you going to play on ?' is a question which is soldom or ovor put to the young patien t. Tho, ohoioo is usually in tho hands of the parent or. toacher ; it is but soldom considered with suflV oipnt oaro or forethought, au...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. No. XI. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 April 1890

HOW TO STUDY THE PIANOFORTE. No. XI. When the technical moans for executing a composition have boon mastered, there yet remains the most important part of pianoforte playing to be considorod, namely, -its artistio aspect. The acquirement of executive power and dexteiity is a means to an end ; it enables the performer to have at command the requisite machinery (if such a term may be used) for giving a technical facsimile of a composer's pro duction. If nothing more than this is aimed at or achieved, wo call the executant a virtuoso, that is, wo acknowledge tho result of assiduous practice, enabling the greatest difficulties in execution to bo overcome, much (is tho feats of a professor of legerdemain or a performer on the trapeze would call for admiration. But beyond this comes the real domain of executive ait, the .interpretation of musical works. . Tho ideas formulated by means of musical notation are .often too subtle and complex to find ado quate expression in this way, and suppl...

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

' Tho principal. theatrical event of tho month has been tho uppearnnco of Mrs. Brown-Potter aiuLMr. Kylo. Bellow, at the Princoss's Theatre. '-They mado.thoir rfdbfll in Cainillo. This piece ? was ' replaced by :The Lady of Lyons, and oil' Saturday,- the 15th, they played -their trump' 'card',' Sardou's La Tosca. In the two. first pieces ? itnohtibiied the, critics woro : somewhat severe oh tlie. uowcomers. The lady ? was -;.prononnced devoid of the^ true. artistic instinct,-.ahd her col league charged wi'thvvilbly;imitatiug; Mr. Henry Irving in his stylo of acting. In La Tosca, the press.soeinodj-.inclined to.bo j-more, lenient. . The tragedy, is onbyhi which a great actress.- might ? oxc.ol;:.: ; wl'iilb ' pnd ?'-less'.'; gifted- .could only, ?'proye^a -..failure. ;. The ']Hiblic, . however, have : been, ',-tlie!-^ re verses of, consorioiw. -Orowdod housesarid enthusiu.stio'audienceH -have' boon tho': rulo,':.and the receipts* -have* doubtless eornpynV;' sat'Cd for'a'ny ' lack o.f...

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

^^ Aftor an unusually longthonod poriod ot oxtroine heat .and drought, which has caused [in immoiiHo amount of loss to tho farming nnd jnrdunhig community, and was only varied by a few and generally light thunder storms, tho weathor changed on tho 16th March, when gentle rain commenced to fall, and conthiuod.'at intervals for throo or four days; '' '1 tTi'iis proved vory welcome to cultivators, though rpgrot^is expressed that it did not occur arn'dnth' earlier. Although'.'the ' fall \vas'_not- suflicient to m.eot prqsqnt rcquirpihonts'i the ground has^.hocii sbfte.ne'd'ltb 'siioh an ox tent in inostj)lrtc'os..as-t-?' v.allow lot its being broken up w.ith.plouRh'ipr. spade, whilp gardeners aro onabled^5to/7getsth:(}'. plants and'Sjbe'ds' of tho seaao'n jntoithe^gronivd:'! TWtire'days have shortened;'and*fthe;bvaporation -is loss raiyid'thanin tho oarlie'r;p'ar*t'o£tho season, ,tho ground'is likely to retain- tliejinpisturp,:. even' '..'should 116 more rain .fall aV-p'r,Gs,eiYt,Sfpr'a...

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