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DWIGHT'S

JOURNAL OF MUSIC,

A Paper of Art and Literature.

JOIN S. DWIGHT, EDITOR..

VOLS. XXIII AND XXIV.

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BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY OLIVER DITSON AND COMPANY, 277 WASHINGTON STREET,

1865.

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INDEX.

Choral, The, or Psalm Tune. Latrobe ..
Abel, Mme., the Pianist, in Stuttgardt.... 21 Gottschalk..

.31. 207,
869

235, 243; Obituary notices of, 386 ; his
.352
Bretto Children..

31
A Curious Letter....

works and character....

.404, 407
Camilla Urso...

89
Amateur Concerts : Tribulations of a Musician,

Thomas Ryan.

39, 255
A. Adam
57 Mr. J. K. Paine's Organ Concerts

71
American Standard Diapason, proposed,

Orpheus Musical Society

.127

Gade, Niels W. His Symphonies...190, 193, 199 ;
...379

Great Organ
E. Wiebe.

183-5, 143, 149, 151, 159, 166, 167, 175
Mendelssohn's Letters to him.

..193
182, 191, 207, 215, 222, 231, 255, 279, 287, 294, 310
American Students at Leipzig..
.255, 264

335, 851, 390, 407

Gluck · notes on by A. W. T., 132 jo his Iphi-
An Enfant Terrible of a Piano, from H. Berlioz.401 Organ Concert at Church of the Immaculate Concep-

genie in Tauris.

283

199
A Night in Florence...,from Heine...298, 305, 313

tion (Mr, Willcox). .

Goldschmidt (Jenny Lind), Mme.. .67, 284
Public School Children..

150, 265, 286
Anthropoglossos, the. . London Times ; Orchestra. 292

Handel & Haydn Society : “ Hymn of Praise" and

Gounod : his Faust, 68, 70, 79, 147, (reviewed
A Poet in a Pet. Punch..

....220
"St. Cecilia " Ode (Choral Inauguration of Great

by W. H. Fry) 171, (in Boston) 174, fin
Amold, G. B., his oratorio “Ahab.” Orchestra... 259 Organ), 149 ; " Messiah," 167, 214, 374; "Eli," 198,

English) 197;' his Mireille, ..235, 248, 291

.247
Auber: his Secret of Long Life, 220; his Fra

359; Elijah,”.
Grétry. Brussels Guide Musicale..

83
.231

Mr. B. J. Lang's Shakespeare Concert.
Diavolo...

.383
Messrs. Kreissmann, Leonhard and Eichberg.... 151, 166,

Gyrowetz, Adalbert; A. W. Thayer. 73, 81, 89,
175.183

97, 105, 113, 121
Mendelssohn Quintette Club, 158, 176, 190, 207, 364, 382,

309 415
Bach, J. S., Life of (New Am. Cyclopædia),

Teresa Carreno

. 159
138 ; discussed in Mendelssohn's Letters,

Julius Eichberg's Orchestral Soirées.. .183, 198, 206 Handel and Flaydn Society : annual Meetings and
145; his Sacred Arias, 166 ; his Magni ficat,
Mr. Henry Carter (Bennett's " May Queen," &c.,)....231 Reports

.35, 251, 255
259, 283, 366; bis Piano Concertos, 358,

Popular Concerts of Messrs. Ryan & Draper.

.319

Handel : his music to Dryden's “St. Cecilia's

.342
359, 361; his Christmas Oratorio.. .366
German Opera “Sacred " Concert.

275
Mr. Otto Dresel ..

.358, 367, 375

Day," 150; his “Belshazzar.”..
Ballad Writing, the Art of... Lond. Orchestra....347

Messrs. Campbell & Castle, rocal
1368 Harmony and Melody. J. S. D.

294
Bartleman, James, the singer..
3 Miss Lucy Simons, Sig. Morelli, Gottschalk, &c. .868

Hauptmann, Moritz : Birthday Memorial, from
Beethoven : his Monument in Heiligenstatt, 72;

Miss Laura Harris. Miss Carpenter and Mr. Farley.

.368

the German, (Continued). Mus. Review..3, 11
Dr. Cutler's "Choral Festival,".

398. 407
B. in Saturn's Ring, H. Berlioz, 123; his

Boston Musicians' Union Benefit Fund..

.406 415
Hauser, Miska, his adventures.

272
Sonata Duo in G., op. 96, 166 ; his 93d Costa, Michael ; his new Oratorio, "Naaman,

Hayter's Church Music, reviewed.

.94, 111
Birthday in Vienna ; portraits and busts of

315, 318, 356 Hesse, Adolph Friedrich...

.107
him, 208; on the Editions of his works (by Criticism of New Musical Works. Timothy
0. Jahn), 226, 394, 410; 7th Symphony,

Trill..

356
237 ; Quartet in B flat, op. 130, 366 ; his Crystal Palace at Sydenham, The. H. W. Improvisatori in Rome. Story's Roba di
Fidelio (J. S. D.,) 244, 247, 335; his Son-

Beecher..

..67
Roma."

215
ate Pathetique, as a piece for pupils, 347, CORRESPONDENCE :

Incledon, Charles, the singer.

19
354 ; Sonata in D minor_(Tempest ”)

New York......8.15, 23, 29, 36, 37, 60, 80, 127, 136, 157,
367 ; his Biographers (by Ludwig Nohl,) 395

192, 319, 327, 328, 336, 343, 357, 363. 364. 372, 373.
Beethoven's Contemporaries, Half Dozen of, by

380. 399. 405 413

Joachim, Joseph, his new Violin Concerto......277
Philadelphia.
A. W. Thayer.

.8. 16. 23. 30. 120. 136. 175, 192, 205,
.65, 73, 81, 89, 97, 105, 113,

223, 256, 272, 349, 364, 380, 381, 389, 400, 406

John Bull's Musical Delusions. Berlin paper .. 4
121, 153, 185, 193, 201, 209, 217, 225, 233, Brooklyn, N. Y..
241, 249, 257, 265, 273, 281, 289, 297, 321,

Pittsfield, Mans.

.24

37
329, 337, 345.

Providence, R. I.
New Haven...

56, 157

Kellogg, Miss C. L., as "Margaret.” Eve. Posl.220
Bellini, described by Henri Heine....

305
Saratoga, N. Y.

.56
Benedict, Julius : his "Richard Cour de Lion,”..117 Poughkeepsie, N Y.

.64
Berlioz, Hector, sketch of, from Fliegende Blät-

Newport, R. I..

-95 Lamentations, the, in the Pope's chapel." Klauser."20

Louvain, Belgium.
ter, 25, 33, 41, 49; his “Harold ” Sym-

Milwaukee, Wis.

120 Leipzig, Musical Culture and Tendencies in, 268;
phony, 29, 71; Francs Jugesoverture,

Chicago..

.128. 184, 264, 357, 372, 381 its Conservatorium, 268; its Gewandhaus
41, 49; "Les Troyens,” 164; Translations

Cairo, Ill..

205
Concerts..

..269, 324, 338
from, 377, 385, 401.

Bethlehem, Pa.

205

"Light” and “Heavy” (in Music). J. S. D.....310
Bettelheim, Caroline. Vienna Presse.

Berlin, Prussia.

255, 388, 404
259
Hartford. Conn.

327 Liszt, Franz : in Rome, 102, 215, 245 ; what
Boieldieu ; his La Dame Blanche..
238 Halle, Prussia...
392 Mendelssohn says of him..

188
Boston Music Hall Association, Annual Meet-

Cincinnati..

890
Lotto, Izydor, the violinist...

79
ing8...
.47, 255

Lumley, Mr. His "Reminiscences of the Opera,"
Boston, Review of the Musical Season in, 262,

282, 284
270; Prospects of the Season, winter of Dandreuther, Edward. London Atheneum... 32
Boy Choirs..

.318 | Diapason, an American Standard proposed. .379

.398
Brahms, Johannes. Lond. Mus. World.

Donizetti's “Don Sebastian," 370, 383; his Po Marseillaise, The. Miss F. M. Raymond, 76 ;
..269 liuto .....

.375
the truth about (Fétis).

85
Broadwood & Sons' Piano fortes, History of...1, 10

308

Don Quixote dramatized. Tribune. .
Brooklyn Philharmonic Society, the. Tribune..387

364

Mayseder, Joseph..
“Buck's Motette Collection,” reviewed....

Mendelssohn: his “Midsummer Night's Dream,
191

9; Organ Sonatas, 222, 278, 286 ; his Let-
Eichberg, Julius : his "Rose of Tyrol.”....... 14 ters (reviews and extracts), 32, 99, 107,
Elizabethan Music and Poetry, a Library of,

114, 137, 145, 154, 188, 193, 200, 208, 210;
Chimes : in Antwerp, 79); in Louvain.....

95
sold in London.....

.312 M. compared with Schumann (Vienna Re-
Chopin, Liszt’s Life of, translated by Mrs. English Opera Experiment in London. Mus.

censionen), 50 ; Rietz's Catalogue of his
Cook, 7, 14, 17, 25; Polish Songs, 63, 99 ;

World .

27 works, 122; M. as director of the Gewand-
his Polonaises (by Liszt) 35 ; Scherzo in C English Organ Building. Ecclesiologist. 196 haus Concerts, 330 ; his Personal Appear-
sharp minor, 167; Concertos, 358, 359 ; Cra nglish Organ Playing. London Review. 156 ance and Character (by Lampadius), 393 ;
.358

his Letters reviewed in the Atlantic Monthly..403
5

Metropolitan Provincialism; Music in Bostoji. .350
Christmas Music in Boston..
.374 Fashion versus Music. Orchestra.

258 Meyerbeer, Giacomo: his Death, 246; Life and
Trinity Collection,” by Dr. FINE ARTS :

Career, 242; What they say of him, 252,
.303
Boston Artists' Reception..

14 276; his MS. works, 264; Funeral hon-
Cinti Damoreau, Mme. Spiridion.

Bierstadt's “ Rocky Mountains.".

14
9

ors to, in Berlin, 270 ; A. Weill's Conver-
Classical, the Term in Music..

Collection of Pictures at the Athenæum, Dec. 1863, S. 164
222 Ball's Statue of Washington.

..165

sation with, 308; his L'Africaine...
Concert Étiquette. New Nation.
234 Athenæum Gallery: Exbibition in aid of Sailors' Fair,

Minor mode, the, why sad. L. E. C.........

.263
..848, 360 Monster Organ, ihe. Washington Star........

..163
Prof. Child'. War Songs for the Army..

The Old Masters as Portrait Painters and the Modern,
6

Moscheles, Prof. His Seventieth Birthday in
Gilmore's Patriotic Concerts.......

-Copley and Stuart, -Staigg's Portrait of Gen.
Philharmonio (C, Zerrahn).

Stevenson. S..

.871
Leipzig

268
13
Mr. Parker's Club of Amateurs... .22, 30, 167, 281, 382

Harriet Hosmer's Zenobia, A. A. C.

..396 Mozart : his Trio, op. 14, 30; new Libretto of
Dr. Tuckerman's Mus. Festival at St. Paul's, 22 ; Sa-

Fiorentino, P. A. Death of.

.264, 280, 285 Don Juan, 46; Thematic Catalogue of M's
cred Concert at the Music Hall.
.891 Foster, Stephen C. N. Y. Eve. Post.

..180
Orchestral Union.....23, 176, 183, 190, 199. 206, 215, 223,

works by Köchel (Athenaeum), 60; bis rela-

Or-
Foundling Chapel, London, Music at the.
281, 247, 382, 391, 399, 407 415

tions with Salieri, 265, 281, 289; bis Mogic
In Aid of the East Tenneskeads

chestra

369
..251

Flute, 331, 332, 334 ; his Violin Concerto
Boston Mozart Club (Amateur)... 23, 168, 183, 206, 231
Franz, Robert ; his first songs, by R. Schumann. 1 in , newly discovered..

.396
Hermann Daum : his Soirée), 30; Benefit Concert for..391 Fry, Wm. H., his opera “Notre Dame of Paris," “Mus. Doc.,” Apropos of.

302

23, 119

1864-65

covienne.

Church Music :

Hodges...

.....365

CONCERTS in Boston :

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Musical Journalism. New Nation....
Music in Italy. Letter by Trovatore..
Musical Machine..

212
. 156, 413

.348

Patti Adelina.

51, 59
Phillips, Henry : his account of his Debut... 280
Polko, Elise :- Musical Sketches" reviewed. 187, 188
Polonaise, The. Liszt's "Chopin.

.25, 35
Prudent, Emile, sketch of.

.70, 85
Psalm Tunes, Latrobe...

.5

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naum...

....66

89

Museum of Musical Instruments, in Paris. Spir.
idion..

58
Musical Pitch. E. J. Hopkins.

108
Music a Universal Language.

262
Musical Festivals :-in Germany, 61 ; in Dussel-

dorf (1863), 61 ; Königsberg, 73; Worces-
ter, Eng. 109; Norwich, Eng. 114; Munich,
162 ; Philadelphia, 235, 240; at Aix-la-
Chapelle, 275, 283 ; Birmingham, 301, 317,
324; Hereford, 318; New School Festival
at Carlsruhe, 325, 332; Rossini Fest. at Pe-
saro, 325 ; Choral Fest. at Trinity, N. Y.
364, 372; Do. in Boston...

.398
Music ABROAD : (See also CORRESPONDENCE.)
Paris, 12. 21, 52, 68, 100. 110, 116, 152, 189, 197, 204,

215, 221, 248. 301, 309, 340, 365, 381, 397, 406, 408
Berlin, 12, 44, 64, 70, 112, 181, 203, 214, 221, 248, 261, 270.

272, 374, 408
Vienna, 13, 20, 28, 44, 46, 55, 59, 62, 87, 110, 181, 189,

204. 221, 285, 382
Birmingham.

301, 317, 324
Dresden..

13, 70, 248, 293, 365, 366
Trieste..

18
London, 13, 21, 27, 29. 32. 39, 45, 47, 61. 69. 79, 79, 87,
93, 100, 168, 197, 213, 253, 259, 276, 293, 300, 309,

341 387
Weimar.

.204, 214, 293, 397
Worcester, Eng.

.. 109
Stuttgardt..

.20, 42, 110, 189, 222, 309
Dusseldorf

21, 61
Leipzig. 28. 44. 53, 87, 162. 168. 181, 189, 204, 221. 248.255,
259, 264, 269, 285. 293, 309, 341, 363, 366, 373, 382,396, 412
Norwich, Eng..

116
Bremen.

87
Cologne.. . 29, 45, 70, 181, 204, 222, 285, 341, , 412
Genoa.
Rome..

.42, 44, 102, 215
Hanover.

. 45, 70. 214
Amsterdam.

.70, 160
Frankfort.

.70, 103
Rostock

70
St. Petersburg

76. 292
Königsberg

78,214
Baden-Baden

78, 87, 102
Ems..

78
Munich.

.87, 162, 189, 286, 295
Schwerin

87
Bologna..

.151
Florence

.152, 286. 398
Brunswick.

.181
Rotterdam.

181

.190
Liverpool..

200
Liege...

204
Aix la Chapelle

.248, 270, 275, 283
Hamburg

264
Mannheim

.286
Carlsruhe

293, 325. 332
Milan..

310, 398
Naples

310
Hereford

318
Pesaro...

325
Musical INTELLIGENCE : (See also CORRESPOND-

ENCE.)
New York, 5, 31, 32, 39, 43, 48, 55, 70. 104, 111, 112, 159,

215, 223, 232, 239, 272, 288
Philadelpbia..

6. 7, 32, 48, 232, 240, 336, 368
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

.376
Hartford, Conn..

6. 31. 231.352, 384, 392
Brooklyn, N, Y..

31, 45, 48, 192, 397. 408
Salem, Mass..

32, 223
Chicago..

.32, 160, 215
Cambridgeport, Mass,

47
Cincinnati.

..56, 215, 312, 352, 368
Worcester, Mass, 56, 87, 104, 144, 184, 223, 232. 240, 295

304, 351, 368, 408, 416
Oxford, O.

.64. 295
E. Greenwich, R. I.

.87, 892
Newport, R. I..

.87, 376
Farmington, Conn.

160, 272, 352, 416
New Haven.

..184, 255, 372
Cambridge, Mass.

..184
St. Louis...

.184, 207, 223, 231, 312, 368, 408
Toronto, C. W.

.232
San Francisco.

.312. 408
Concord, N. H.

.392
Milwaukee, Wis.

.408
MUSIC IN Vol. XXIII :
No. 1-12. Handel's “Messiah,”, concluded, (page

137 to 182]
13–17-Chopin's Waltzes, continued, (page 129--144)
18-26. Haydn's Creation,” Words and Music

commenced, (pp.1-34.)
MUSIC IN VOL. XXIV:
No. 1-4. “Creation." continued, (35–50.)

5. Chopin's Waltzes, continued, (49–56.)
6-7. Chopin's Mazourkas, continued. (145–8,)
8- 16. Chopin's Waltzes, continued. (149–184.)

17--25. “Creation,"continued, (47-82.)
Musical Library in the British Museum, the.
Athencum..

.290

Onslow's Quintets.

,190
OPERA IN Boston:

Grau's Italian Company : Don Pasquale.. 7
Maretzek's Italian Company : Tone, 167,

183; Ernani, 174, 391 ; Norma, 167, 207,
391 ; La Traviata, 173; Il Trovatore, 183,
207, 383; Lucia di Lammermoor, 173, 214,
391; Don Giovanni, 173, 207, 375; Martha,
174, 207, 375, 391; Macbetto, 174; Faust,
174, 183, 207, 214, 383 ; I due Foscari, 183 ;
Lucrezia Borgia, 183, 383; La Sonnambula,
183; Linda, 391 ; Poliuto, 214, 375 ; Don
Sebastiano, 383; Fra Diavolo, 383; La Fig-

lia del Reggimento, 391.
Grover's German Company: Martha, 238,

326 ; La Dame Blanche, 238,335, 342; Faust,
239, 247, 326, 334, 343; Der Freyschütz, 239,
247, 327, 333; Di Lustige Weiber von Wind-
sor, 239 ; Stradella, 239; Fidelio, 247, 335;
Don Juan, 247, 334 ; Robert le Diable, 327 ;
Die Jüdin, 334; Zauberflöte, 334; Huque-
nots, 343 ; Tannhauser, 343 ; Mireille, 343;

Nachtlager in Grennda, 343.
Opera in the Family Hapsburg. A. W. Thayer,

153, 161, 169, 177
Operatic Criticism, satirized. Eve. Gazette. ..176
Operatic Finance. N. Y. World....

12
Organ : for Mechanics' Hall, Worcester, 87, 339,

351 ; for Second Church, Boston, 112, 119;
for Church of the Immaculate Conception,
Boston, 199; for South Congregational

Church, do., 348.
Organ, Great, in Boston Music Hall, 21, 78,114,

117, 124, 129, 132, 139, 141, 146, 149, 163,
195, 316 : its Uses, 102, 114, 141, 182, 271 ;
its History (Dr. Upham's Report), 129; its
Completion and Inauguration ; a week of
festivities, 133, 140; Choral Inauguration,
by Handel and Haydn Society, 149; Let-
ter from C. Jerome Hopkins.

316
Organ in Freiburg. II. W. Beecher.
Organ Music, what it is..

.142
Organs, new History of, by M. Grégoir of Ant-
werp.

200
Orpheonists, in Paris and New York. Pioneer.280
Our Musical Season (Boston, Oct. 1863)........110

Raff, Joachim, his Prize Symphony “An das
Vaterland”.

..405
REVIEW:
Musical Publications, 14, 55, 63, 94, 111, 159,

191, 263, 303, 359, 407
Books..7, 14, 32, 99, 120, 144, 187, 188, 215, 359
Robin Adair, Origin of, Notes and Queries ...284
Rome; Music of Passion Week. Lond. Mus.
World...

42
Rossini : his new Mass, 219; R. described by

H. Heine, 305; his funeral Tribute to
Meyerbeer...

.....312
Salieri, Antonio. A. W. Thayer. 185, 193, 201, 209,
217, 225, 233, 241, 257, 265, 273, 281, 289, 297,

321, 329, 337, 345
Sanglier, George, Death of ..

...359
Schneider, Dr. J. G. Obituary notice. Athe-

. 258
Schubert & Chopin. Recensionen
Schubert, Franz, his Opera, “Domestic Strife”....5
Schumann, Franz: On “Midsummer Night's

Dream” music, 9; his “ Paradise and the
Peri," 22, 30, 37, 46, 54, 62; Oratorio,
“Lazarus,” 28; Faust" music, 189; S.
& Mendelssohn, 50; S. & Clara Wieck,
300, 307, 323; his Piano music, 358 ; his
Pilgrimage of the Rose,”

..383
Schumann-ophobia in England.

....48
Scribe, Eugene, Eulogies on. Spiridion. ..33, 43
Scudo, Pierre, Death of...

..361
Sensational Writing, a Plea for.

..228
“ Sensation ” Works ; Truth, Genius, Shake-
speare.

.229
Serenades. Round Table..

.. 203
Shakespeare from the Anti-Sensational Critic's
Point of View.

.228, 229
Shakespeare in his Relation to Music, by E.
Naumann ..

...306, 314, 322, 353
Shakespeare's Day: Tercentenary Anniversary;
Concerts, &c.

.230
Silas, Mr., his Oratorio " Joash," Lond Mus.

..116
Singing Societies in Germany

42
Smart, Henry, his “ Bride of Dunkerron.". ...318
Spohr, L., his "Weihe der Töne" Symphony....13
His Autobiograpy.

411
Thayer, A. W., appointed U. $. Consul at
Trieste...

...351
The First Opera, a Novelette, from the French
of Berlioz.

...377, 385
Timothy Trill's Letters :-on a Choral Service at

Trinity, N. Y., 37; on Costa's Naaman
and the Critics, 356 ; on the Great Boston
Organ....

..316
Twilight Fantasies : A Great Organ Prelude...114
Two Musical Biographies ; (Spohr; Beetho-
ven.)......

.412
Verdi; his Aroldo, 43; Macbeth ...

..174
Violin ; history of the, by Sandys & Forster ....202
Voice, Phenomena of the ; Dr. Gibb's Obser-

vations....

Turin.....

World....

92

92

Paradies, Maria Teresa. Fetis...

.221
Paragraphs from Vienna. A. W. T.

.55, 59
Petrella : his "Last Days of Pompeii." N. Y.
Tribune. ..

20
Piano-fortes : Broadwood & Sons', 1, 10; New
invention ; the Cycloid

.416
POETRY:

Legends of St. Cecilia. N. L Frothingham.... 1
A Catalogue of Great Composers. Charles Lamb. 3
Covent Garden Nursery Rhymes. Lond. Mus. World 4
Sonnets. D. A. Wasson.

9
Open Table. From Goethe. J. S. D.

25
An Operatic Eclogue. Punch,

27
The Old-fashioned Chair. B. F. Taylor ...

99
The Organ. From Herder..

129
Ode, recited by Miss Cushman at the Inauguration of
the Great Organ. Mrs. J. T. Fields

.. 131
Impromptu : The Great Organ. Dr. O. W. Holmes. 140
" Adsum”: on the Death of Thackeray. Round Table. 169
The End of the Play. Thaekeray..

169
From a Musical Sufferer. Transcript..

171
The Blithe Lark. Frederick Tennyson.

217
Stanzas from the German: "My heart, I bid thee

296
Seashore, by RW. Emerson. Boatswain's Whistle.. 345
"With Heaviest Sound a Giant Statue fell," by
T. W. Parsons. Adrertiser..

885
Laus Deo! by J. G. Whittier. Independent.. 393

Wagner, Richard : What Schumann said of
him, 46 ; in Zurich, 47; his Tannhäuser, 338-9,

343
Walcker, E. F., the Organ Builder.....

.22
Weber, C. M. von : his Life, by his son (review

and extracts)......179, 187, 194, 202, 211, 218
Wild Flowers. Independent..

28
Wollenhaupt, Hermann, Death of. Tribune.....ILI
Wood, Mrs. (Miss Paton), Death of.. . 295, 304
Wylde's (Prof.) Lectures at Gresham College,

170, 178

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