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

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

ENCORES' Considerable attention1 has. reoontly been do voted- to the above subject 'in' tho English ; musioal'-' papers, and a conflict, of opinion ; lias arisen' between, those who see in. a demand for the repetition of a song or; other number in a conoert programme nothing more than a graob ful oomplimont to the ? performer and: those who regard such a demand as ati unreasonable attempt to extort more work : from' tlio ^performer than the latter lias undertaken to do. ? These two views are so utterly at variance that it would appear impossible to bring tlioin' into any sort of harmonj' ; yet, in; the words of Sir Roger do Ooverley, ' much may be said on both sidoH,' nor ought it to prove altogether imjjrnoticablo to find a middle course that all may follow. '?' Considored from :a p roly artistic standpoint, it must bo admitted at once that, in most casos, encores are much to' be deprecated, as tending to destroy continuity. The jiraotioo of summoning , Manrjco to ooino forth from ...

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. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

THE OHOIC1E,OF *AN INSTRUMENT. ' - \By O. Villters Stanford, Professor of Music at Hie University of Cam bridge. ! ; | [ALt Rights Reserved.] -The question of the advisability of training in music by moans of two distinct instruments (tho . voioo included) has been of late sottled with tho certainty born of experience. When that most . oxoollent of men and most sterling of musicians, StorndaleBoimofct, undertook tho management of tho Royal Academy of Musio one of his first ? piooosqf legislation-was toinsisttUpon^eaohpupil having an alternate instrument, teohnio&Uy balled - ^Ta''^epori-i -study, V'.-'Eyqn '.from ft'.])raptical stand-. ''? point, alpno this, stop wns of t ho -wisest, for, ench. '?; student 'hadin'oasoiof neoossUy;a '''seaond string ,j 'to hishuw.''. If, tho flingoraoatshisvoioehis.. jrnuajoul 'vttainingt' would .tio't- go for', nothing-; ? ft-.? . : pianist whq% 'hand \yas ..injui'-i|.l:*jiadi another: ' tjnstrijinont ? b^wliiqli .lio.pbiUir/ctirii ,lii«;l}Vi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TONIC SOLFA: ITS HISTORY AND CLAIMS TO RECOGNITION. No. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

TONIO SOLFA: JTS HISTORY AND ' 'CLAIMS TO RECOGNiTION; -?.?,.--?. ?No#-IX;,,. ;;^-i5.^. . 'As Mr. .Curweh's' followers, inoreasnd, and their appetite for musical culture grew,' he found himself 'compelled' to'adapt his'm'ethod ' to their wants: ' Accordingly 'after* inuch''study and resoaroh he published in 1861 a' wdrk''he icalled Hoxo to Observe HarmorCy. ' It was,' he says, the result of original ' investigation in the composi tions of Handel, Haydn and Mendelssohn. It did not show anything new in harmony, but it showed the necessity for exhibiting the* well, known habits of good composers under a new light, by , means' of a now theory, and i with a new nomenclature. ? The educational 'facilities which it' offered for tho studying of harmony were eagerly seized by tonic solfa friends. Students, who had not cared for his' instructions in singing and- tlio use of instruments' wero' attracted to the method by the harmony courses, and at the Andensonian University, Glasgow,1 300' stu...

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 May 1890

EVENTS OF THE MbNTH. : .'??.'' .-..:::' J: ; ::^: yiQTpitiA; ? . ; ;:ii;..;i;-;::.::. :;; The works rendered by the ViotprianOrohestra during the past month tire mostly very old favor ites, though few of them oari bo in any' danger of losing their popularity by repetition. Of the symphonies given, Beethoven's first in O and second in D, Mendelssohn's Italian, Haydn's Surprise and Raff's Lonore, are too well known to noed notioo in this column ; but a sym phonys.- by ;Hartmann,t^ on titled ~ AuS'- dpr' - Ritterzeit, , .perhaps ^ require^ some'- ooinment. v - The . composer Vtads '^attBm^te'd- a'; m usiavl ^ portrayal 61. thevage pf phivalry'; laqoprdingiy ? I19 has give'ti to several of r tlio^moyompntshlpiriiea ? BUggestivo of itlie t.iha,njiers iiSd liabits- of. that/'1 time, -- TU^8ymnlioiiy.f6Uo\^ ilio-'Usdirt^njoUoi'-'-- in its construction, and one., movement at' least ; ?^rthe Ballaile--is.very molodious and agreeable. . Want; of sufflciont rehearsal: to some 'extent in terfer...

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

BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES FOR ; MAY. '????'- ,..??? ? ?? ; 1st.— PATEr, Madame, 1842. Celebrated ora torio and ballad singer, possessing a con tralto voice both powerful and well trained. r 2nd. — Glinka, Michael Ivanovitoh, 1803 ; died . 15th February, 1857. Well known Russian composer. His opera, La Vie pour le Czar, ' though, extremely popular in his own coun try, has never proved successful when pro duoed elsewhere. u , ? 3rd.— KoiiMtAN, August Frederick Carl,. 1756.;, „ T died. 23rdj.Augu8fc;-1829. -; Organist, com- -?-. . ? poser and writer of several- didactip. works ,.,';.\l.*-ori harmony and kindred^subjeofcs. , r It; . _.r:'./J '4th.— OniSTOFORi, Bartoloinmeo di Francesco, 1651 ; died 17th, March, 1731. Reputed to . .. .have been the inventor of the pianoforte.,,^,., 5th.— ivioNiDSZKO, Stanislaus', '.1820'; diedHth June,' 1872. Oporatio oomposer. 6th.— Sohad, Joseph, 1812; died 4th July, I879. ? - Excellent pianist and instrumental com- ; ?; ? poser. ;. ;. '.. :' ? '.:':-i......

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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THE FIRST OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

THE FIRST !,OPERA. . A NOVELETTE BX^EteOTOB'BEnLIOZ. ; '7 . : [FBOM THBi^tBNOH.] .' '.fiiL-..' When alono, it seernodvtp me that all the cas oadea of Torui andvCivoli woro rushing through , my head, and1 it was,.stilliworso when I under- - stood my good fortune; |Myj brain was in a stupor —I seemed to bo droaiijing; and lo! the grandeur and beauty of -my tasjd passed in review before me— r take up my libretto;! wjiioh had boen ;for.ai' long time lying abandoned in a corner; I again; aeo Paula, Francosoo/Dante, Virgil, shadows and. damned spirits;. I ^ear, those ravishing tones of love sighing plaihtiyelyi ; tender and grace-, ful melodies full of abandon, melancholy; and / chaste passion unroll' J themselves beforo me ; the outraged .husbanojj Jnttere a horrible cry of hatred; I see two entwined corpses roll at his '-'-' feet; then, again, llinnd;tbe hearts of the two -lovers, still firm { and united, though whirled and tossed about by winds in the depths of the abyss ; their plaint...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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SPORTING NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

Queen's weather ushered in tho .Autumn* Meeting of tho Australian Jockey Club1 at llandwick on 5th April, when the opening cdlo-' bration jtrovod of a highly, successful character..; Tho attendance mtmbored rroin 12,000 to 13,000.', people, including soyeral hundretl 'Victorians. Twolvo'candidates essayed to act the liall rolling in tho 'Hurdle Race,' which' resulted in Bell-' ringer's favor by something bottor ...thnn a bond.1 The ,Autumn Stakes attrncted six runners. This proved ono of tho most fierco and exoitinij' battiest ovor witnessed on a racecoiirao. . if - thore was ono of tho horsos whoio prospects ' looked moro hopeless than another half, a dozens strides from home it was Carbine, for be wasVa a lioiul' bohind the other two, but on O'l'.rifen making his final demand Mr. 'Wn Unco's, horse responded with a supremo effort, mid looked as much a winner as either Melon or Drentiiibutrlit. ? On passing the post to say which bad won was a matter of impossibility for anybody outs...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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MUSICAL DEGREES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

MUSICAL DEGREES. Some discussion has recently taken place as to the value of; University 'degrees in music,' and although; the argument has been for the most part confined to two disputants,' the subject is one in which many people in these colonies are interested. Stated briefly, the real .difference . betwodn the two gentlemen alluded to comos to 'this :' Tho ono urges the fact that many musi oianj of acknowledged repute are, like him self, without degrees as a proof that these ..distinctions 'are; not highly -valued by the 'lights'* *- of -i ;th'e~ ' profession ;?' the ' other, .?;whiie 'admitting: that 'many of tho beat men can afford to do without them, .points ' to tho severe nature of the ordeal candidates for a; musical-degree have to undergo, and - inquires whether the' possession of the knowledge neoes sary to pass such ? an examination is not proof 'sufficient 'of the 'musical abilities of successful candidates. :' In order to lay ? this view a little more clearly before ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPENING OF THE QUEENS-BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

OPENING OF THE QUEENS-BRIDGE. The new bridge over the Yarra at tlio sito of qho falls ? reef was formally opened for tralHo on 18th April. Tlio bridge was decorated with flogs, and till traccsof preliminary oporationshad )iaonimno\id fioin the hi iilgo ami npproaohes, wltli the roHiilt that tlio work proHonted a very ,_ neat mid v.ull flnishoil appoaianoo. Bnrrici'B linil boon plaood at oaoh end of tlio bridge to form tvH o|lipinl ep.ploHiuo, ami outsMo the fences crowds of spectators assombled to tho number of about 700 or 800. Within tho euclouuro wore a number of prominent citizens. Mr. D. M. Davios, Blinister of Public Works, was tho hpst, apil nmong tjioso prcsciit were thp JIayor of Jlolbonrno, Or. M. Lung; 'Mr. Thornloy, 1SF.L.0., presidont of tho Harbor '.i'niHt; Mr. Niinnio,' M.L.A., tho promotor of tho old Kalla bridgo ; Sir ; James Mncllain,. President of tho Legislative Council; Mr. Patterson, Minlfitov of Customs; unodluiitl rdprospntativpa of tho Mel bourne, South Melb...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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OPENING OF THE QUEENS-BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

OPENING OF THE QUEENS-BRIDGE. The new bridge over the Yarra at the site of the falls reef was formally opened for traffic on 18th April. The bridge was decorated with   Hags, and all traces of preliminary operations had been removed from the bridge and approaches, with the result that the work presented a very noatand woll finished appearance. -Carriers bad ? been placed at oaoh end of the bridge to form' nn ofHolftl enoloamo, and outside the lenccs crowds of spectators assembled to the number of about 700 or 800. Within the enclosure were a number of prominont citizens. Mr. D. M. Davics, Minister of Public Works, was the lipst, aud among those present were tho Mayor of. Melbourne, Or... M. Lang; Mr. Thornley, M.L.O., president of tbo Harbor Trust: Mr. Nimnto, -M.Ii.A., tho promoter of the old Fnlls bridj?e; Sir James MncBain, President of the Legislative Counoil; Mr. Patterson, Minister of CtiBtonis ; unofficial representatives of tho Mel bourne, South Melbourne, and P...

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"ALTERNATIVES." To the Misses Maud and Bessie Halford. "Avonsleigh," Castlemaine. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News and Musical Times — 1 May 1890

'ALTERNATIVES:' To the Misses Maud and Bessie HalforcL ' . 'Avo/isteigh'Cast/emaiae~ Words by A Mdiy F.fiob/nson Music 6y Henry John King. 1 m It

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

Q.~ ? ? ?? .' ; V' ' ' , '-?? '? '..-? ., ?..,.? .I'--! .;. -|.: :'?[?.: ?? IE3K.JP ? ^* who have '.been looking for lutZSul : 'vvar(^ to *ko promised' revival this ' IkSdl wwjll monthof the Melbourne Popular Con 'Him3ffliW certs will feel a considerable amount of disappointment on learning .that (he 'scheme has not been found praotioable, and has, for the present, been reluctantly abandoned. /However, some compensation will bo found in tho concerts of Sir' Charles and Lady Hall, who are expeoted to arrive about tho middle of the month, and whose portraits are given in the present issue of The Musical Times. The concerts of these distinguished artists will inoludc chamber music of all kinds, both, solo and concerted, and raay.be productive of good results in stimulating public interest in and appreciation for this class of music, and those who perhaps com mence by attending the concerts merely for tho sake of the, celebrity of tho porformers may bo induced' to continue their attenda...

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

|n-a5pPn|HOSE who have been looking for . iKgSul ward to the promised revival this WJuS mouthbftheMelbournePopularCon HKlSflM ? certs will feel a considerable amount : of disappointment on learning that the scheme '.' has not been found practicable, and has, for the 1 present, been reluctantly abandoned. However, !?- some compensation will be' found in the concerts of Sir Charles and Lady Hall, who are expooted '.to arrive about the middle of the month, .and whose portraits are given in the present issue of The Musical Times. ? The concerts of these distinguished artists will inolude chamber music of all kinds, both solo and concerted, and may bo productive of good rosults in stimulating publio interest in and appreciation for this class of musio, and those who' perhaps cotn ' mence by attending the concerts'merely for the sake of the celebrity of the performers mayjje induced to continue their attendance attracted by the charm of the musio. as well as by tho ' manner of its interpr...

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

LADY HALLE. This world renowned violinist, the daughter of Josef Neruda, organist of tho cathedral at Briinn in Moravia, was . born in that town on the 21st Maroh, 1840, and received the baptis mal name of Wilhelmine. Her family has been known as a musical one in that part of Europe for upwards of a hundred years, and her brother Franz is known as a capable performer on the violoncello. She began to play the violin almost as soon as she could walk, . her first . master being Leopold Jansa, of Vienna. Her first publio performance was in that capital, bo foro she had attained the age of 7, when she created an extremely favorable ; impression. Leaving Vienna and travelling through Leipzig, Berlin and other towns, the young performer reached 'London, and appeared at tho Philhar ' monio Society's concert on 11th June, 1849. From this ? time for many years she travelled over the Continent, : chiefly in Russia, and in 1869, in Paris, she was married to Ludwig Nor mann, being thonceforward ...

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

NEW SOUTH WALES. [From Our Correspondent.] The most important musical events in Sydney during the past month have been the Saturday   afternoon orchestral concerts at the Exhibition Building, in Prince Alfred Park, the series of whioh commenced in the middle of February, and terminated towards the end of April. The dif-   ficulty of starting such a series of performances in Sydney was alluded to in these oolumns months ago, but it was at length accomplished. The 58 professional artists who constitute     Signor Hazon's Orchestra, headed by Mr. Rivors Allpress, their leader; agreed to rehearse gratuitously, once a week through the   scorching summer months — which they did most loyally — if Signor Hazon would conduct them, and afterwards to give the scries of ten concerts, on, co-operative terms, regardless of whether they made shillings or pounds, or bishops     pence. Signor Hazon offered to ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News And Musical Times
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