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DW I G H T’S

JOURNAL OF MUSIC,

I Paper of Art and Literature.

JOHN S. DWIGHT, EDITOR.

VOLS. XXXV AND XXXVI.

BOSTON:
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Abuse of Music. I. C. Lunn...... .409 | Buelow, Hans von; Sketch of his Career,

Chicago, 15, 39, 128, 131, 140, 218, 244, 256, 280, 341, 359 Adulterated Musical Literature, Concordia, In Berlin, 1861, 70; In Boston, 102, 119,

365, 390, 406 London ... 93

Cinctonati, 118, 13. 174, 214; In New York.133, 143;

Detroit,...

.48, 279 Alberti, Domenico: his Sonatas.. 74 In Baltimore, 147; at Poughkeepsie,

New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y... 350, 375 Allen, B. D., bis Musical Lectures. 142

1.169

New Haven, Ambros, A. W. Translations from his Bunte Buelow, and his Pianoforte,

.124, 125

ew York, 7, 16. 23, 31, 48, 55, 64. 19, 93, 103, 119, 127, Blaetter, 200, 273, 280, 288, 297; his Life Bull, Ole,

131, 141, 143, 159, 184, 191, 205, 24, 245, 318, 327, 335, 313, 367, 374

351, 375, 389, 415 and Death.. .....278

Paris,

143 American College of Music: a New York

Philadelphia,... .224, 265, 263, 271, 272, 280, 304, 317 Millionaire's scheme......32, 53, 63, 96, 152

Vienna..
Windsor Locks, CODD.............

.319 Apollo Club, in Boston, 176. (See CONCEKTS.) Cambridge (Eng.), Oxford, and Music, . ..09 Worcester, Mass.,.

.228, 335 Ait ennobling, from Lessing's “ Laocoon," Cary, Miss Annie Louise,..

.247 Crawford, Thomas, and Art in America, 54; in America (S. Osgood's Address on Cappiavi, Signora Kapp-Young, .319, 374 (S. Osgood, D. D.),..... Crawford)..

67 Cecília, The Choral Society in Boston, Creating the Sound, Mus. Trade Review, .339 Art Museum, in Boston, opening of........ 267

142, 174, 207, 382 Cristofori, Bartolomeo; supposed inventor of Auber, Last Days of, 60; Monument to......405 Centennial Cantata, Tbe: Mr. Lanier's Ex

the Pianoforte, ......137; Centennial at
planation,....
.242, 255, 261 Mantua,....120; at Florence,.

.274 Centennial Music, The, at Philadelphia, ...

.238

242, 255, 261, 271, 317 Central Park Garden Concerts in N. Y.

31, 79 Bach, C. P. E. His Piano Sonatas..

75 Cherubini: bis “Water-Carrier" in London, Bach, J.S. In Soho (Guardian,) 3; his Work

138; Overture to “Ali Baba," 343; to "Lo Dance Forms, Old. E. Pauer's Lecture on in Leipzig, 196; new interest for in Londoiska,” 350; Requiem for Male Voices, 254 Bach, .

...219 don, 198; his Organ Music (H. H. Stat. Chickering and Sons: their new Concert Dannreuther, E. On the Opera,. hain), 73, (J. Higgs), 282, 290; Orchestral

Hall in New York,.....
131, 141; David, Felicien Cæsar. Obituary.

.315 Suites, 389; Piano Music, Suites, etc.,

their 50,000th piano,...

..406 Descriptive Music, . 75; Do., Herr Pauer's Lecture on, 219; Chimes, The, of Potsdam, .

....72 Descriptive Oratorio, A, by Mr. Phoenix.. ..77 Concertos, 351, 390; Transcriptions for Choir Boys in New York, Sun,..

.340 Diversity of Opinions about Musical Works, Piano from his Violin Sonatas and Can [Chopin: his music Autobiographical (Fr.

Rochlitz...

.62 tatas, by Saint-Saëns, 213; Cantatas: Niecks), 66; C. and Liszt (from Ch. Doctors in Music, how made, Lond. Mus. " Gottes Zeit,” etc., 3; “Ich hatte viel

Rollianat),..
.154 Stand. 69; Concordia,.

..103 Bekuemmerniss," in Boston, 206, 207; Church Choirs in America, Scottish GuarMagnificat in D, in Cincinnati, 26, in

dian,..

.338
Boston, 198; described by Robert Franz, Church Music: Its History, by Sir F. A. G.
185; his St. Matthew Passion Music, in

Ouseley, 170, 180; in New York,. .228
Boston, 222; Mass in B minor...... 237, 244 in Boston,.. .239; in Rome,. ..256 Ear, The Shape of the, G. Tolhurst,

.301 Balfe: his “ Talisman,' 24 Clarinet Concerto, A. Berlioz...

..276 Elementary Pianoforte Instruction, W. S. Baltimore: Peabody Institute Concerts. 136, 253 Commerce of Music, The, Pall Mall Gaz..... 124 B. Mathews.

.99 Bands, and Theatre Orchestras, (J. S. D.)...326 Composer and Publisher; a Dialogue, Lond. Encores in Concerts,

.261, 279 Bargiel: his Overture to "Medea,”. .. 190, 390

Musical World,...

...208, 276 English Ancestors. Our, Glimpses of, BrightBarnett, John Francis; his “Ancient Mari Concert Halls, Large and Small, Atlantic

on Herald,..

.163 .247 Monthly,..

..346 English Opera, what is it, Lond, Mus. Stand. 330 Bayreuth: Wagner Festival,. ... 23, 71, 90, 92, CONCERTS IN Boston:

Essi poff Mme. Annette, the Russian Pianist, 101, 257, 264, 286, 287, 292, 294, 206, 299, 302, Apollo Club,

.47, 167, 175, 176, 246, 374 312, 334; (Mus. Trade Rep.) 319; in Bos306, 309, 310, 313, 320, 322, 324, 325, 329, 337. 397 Aptommas; Harp Recitals,.

ton,..

.358, 407, 413, 414

399 Beauty, Religion of, ( ). s. D. in Dial. 1840), 9

Bailey, Miss Lilian,
Boston Philharmonic Club,

.143, 150, 182 Esterhazys, The, and Haydn, C. F. Pohl, Beethoven: his Piano Sonatas, 15. 30; played

Boylston Club,..
.47, 167, 254, 359, 407

.225, 233, 241, 249 by Buelow, 215, 318, 358; 9th Symphony,

Buelow, Hans von;

.118, 125, 174, 214 Examinations, Musical, at Harvard College, 103 at Cincinnati, 26; (Crystal Palace), 370;

Cecilia, The, Schumann's "Paradise and Peri" 7;
Gade's “Crusaders," &c.,.

“Excellent Art of Musick," The, Dr. John

382 Eroica, 134; Concerto for Piano, 358;

Cirillo, Big. V. and pnpils,.
.. 407 Blow,

..110 Sextet, with two horns 143, 150, 367; College of Music of Boston University, .142. 214 Executants and Editors. E. Dannreuther, in Septet (at Cambridge), 382; Serenade, Essipoff, Mme. Annette,....

35A, 407, 414
Concordia,..

.33, 109 op. 8, art. for Orchestra,....

....399, 407

Fay, Miss Amy, at Cambridge, 175; at Mech-
anics Hall,...

.214 Beethoven: M. Taine on, 29; a pilgrimage

Foster Club,..

247, 391 to (R. Wagner), 43, 49; Notes on, from

Gaëtano, Miss Nita: Complimentary to........407, 415
A. W. Thayer, 95; a "Seventh Concerto" Handel and Haydn Society: Haydn's "Seasons”
by, 146; his Birthday at Crystal Palace

6,22;“Elijah" with Tictjens, 127;“Messiah" and
Création" at Christmas, with Tietjens, 150, 158;

Faust, The Legend in Opera. Prof. J.
Concerts in London, 370; his “Pastor-

Easter performances; Bach's Passion Music,

Kautz,..2; Music to Goethe's "Faust," ale" illustrated, .412 Mendelssohn's "Hymn of Praise" and Rossini's

13; Schumann's Do.,..

113 Bellini's Remains,

..331
Stabat Mater with Tietjens; "Joshua" with

Fay, Miss Amy, the Pianist,. 159, 175, 214, 399 Belocca, Anna,.

.29, 71, 317,

Mme. Van Zandt, &c., 222, 230, “Messiah" at
Christmas,:....:
-366 Female Violinists,

.336 Bennett, Joseph;.on the Wagner Festival at Harvard Musical Association : One Hundred Sym-. Fine Art Museum, The, in Boston,......211, 267 Bayreuth,... .313, 322, 337 phony Concerts, 14, 22; Eleventh Season, 127,

Form, Musical. S. B. Mathews,..

..305 Bennett, Sir Wm. Sterndale: his Piano Con

134, 142, 158, 167, 174, 183, 190, 199, 206 207 : Twelfth certo in F minor,..

Franz, Robert: and Liszt, 75; and the Ger.127

Season, 342, 350, 357, 366, 372, 374, 390, 398, 406, 415

Lang, B. J. Chamber Concerts, . ... 15, 23, 30. 213 man Volkslied and Choral, by A. Saran, Bergmann, Carl: Obituary Notice, .287 Leonhard, Hugo: Piano Recitals,

. 327, 351 86, 89, 97, 105, 113; his description of Tribute to, by Dr. Doremus,. .345 Mendelssohn Quintette Club,.....

Bach's Magnificat, 185; Letter to
Berlin: Theatre Statistics of,.

.269
New England Conservatory,.

.111, 142, 318
Ole Bull,

.. 367

Boston Handel and Haydn Society, 215; “Biorn”: Mr. F. Marshall's Opera after

Orth, John, at N. E. Conservatory,

111; 231 additional accompaniments to the Macbeth, London Athenæum,.. .396 Osgood, Geo. L. and F, Boscovitz: Historical

"Messiah" 356; his Songs....

..415 Biscaccianti, Elisa: an Appeal,.

..413 Concerts, 6. 31; with Perabo, et al., and Chorus. 239 Bishop, Sir H. R. His Dramatic Glees and

Parkhurst, H. E. Organ Recitals,.

.279, 327

Perabo, Ernst: Piano Matinées, 135, 151, 175, 335, 391 Songs, their story, by J. S. Curwen, 316, 323 Phillipps, Misses Adelaide and Matilda,

406 Blind, The, and Music, 148, 348; as tuners, 211

Sanders Theatre, Cambridge,.....350, 367, 382, 391, 399 Boccherini, Lond. Mus. Standard,.. ..154

Schiller, Mme. Madeline; Piano Recitals,..

.....16;

Gade, Niels: his Cantata "Spring's Greeting," and Haydn ( A. W. T.).....

.383, 407 .400

Complimentary to...

Bherwood, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 318, 359, 374, 390, 407 142; 4th Symphony, in B flat. 372, 374; Boieldieu: Centennary Fetes at Rouen,......56 Thayer, Eugene; Organ Recitals,..

..319

“Comala" 175; “The Crusaders,” 383; Boston: Public Library, Musical works in, 171 Thomas, Theodore: Orchestral Concerts, 135, 151,

“Noveletten” for string orchestra, . 398 Art Museum,

267

167, 175, 182, 190, 198, 199, 207; 32, 35 (CamBrahms, Joh. His Piano works,...

bridge),.... -398. Do. (Cambridge) 399, 407 Gadsby, Henry; his music to "Alcestis,"
.30, 174
Tietjens, Mme., and Arabella Goddard,... 126

Lond. Mus. Times.

.373 His Career, 168; his “ Triumph-Lied,

Tucker, H. G. Piano and Vocal Concert,...... 30, 231, Gaëtano, Miss Nita, . .351, 390, 398, 415 25; Quartet in B-flat, 410; “Liebes-lied

Welsh, Miss Ita,

• 335 Gauntlett, Dr. H. J. Obituary,, er" Waltzes,

.404
Corey's Hill a Park for Boston, A. W. T.. ...39

what he says of Lohengrin”,..

.45 Brass Instruments, Improved,.

271
CORRESPONDENCE.

Gluck: his Overture to “Iphigenia," 151, 385,

Baden-Baden, Buck, Dudley, 55, his Centennial Cantata,

287 Bayreuth,

309

392, 406; to “Alceste," 182; his Religi-
.238, 242, 261
Brussels, ..

268 ous Cantata “Le Judgment Dernier". ..190

..391

359

.204;

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.320, 325

262

...315

.. 269

Goddard, Mme. Arabella: in New York, Lindau, Paul: his "Temperate Letters from

139; Do., in Allantic, 294; Mecenas in
108, 119; in Boston,..
.126 Bayreuth,”.

New York, 152; Works in Boston Pub-
Goetz: his Comic Opera, "Taming of the Listening to Music (W. G. McNaught).......201 lic Library, 171; Artists and their Art
Shrew",
...260, 371 Liszt and Robert Franz: Letter from A.

(Joseph Bennett), 194; Hyper-Criticism,
Gounod, Chas., his aversion to big Theatres, 151 Kreissmann..

78 200; Libraries (Atlantic), 208; Juggler-
Gregorian Music, Lond. Mus. Standard,.....250 | Liszt. Franz: in Leipzig, 123; at a Matinée,

ies (London Musical Standard), 258;
277; what Schumann said of him 368;

'Musical Water-pest." The, from A. W.
his " Benediction of God in Solitude,"

Ambros, 266, 273, 281; Form, Quseley

15; his “ Prometheus,". 27, 1233, 207; on (W. 8. B. Mathews), 305; Pitch: Let-
Handel: Notes on a few of his Operas, 153;

Liszt and Chopin, 154; his “ Christus

ter from Sims Reeves, 332; Terms, Stain-
his Messiah, 230; Notes on, by J.
in New York, 196; his "Mignon's Song,”

ers's Dictionary of, 376; Piano-playing,
Crowdy, 148, 155; Franz's accompani-
374; Liszt described by Le Charivari. ...371 (Mathews,)...

...402
ments to, 356, 366; his “Hercules, 59; Local Orchestras, their Importance. ....318, 392 Musical Professorship: at Cambridge, Engl.,
“Esther" 138; “Joshua”, 213, 230; London "Monday Popular” Concerts for

3; at Harvard University, 78, 94; Doc-
“Susanna". 220; his "Theodora" in

1877, London Times..

. 404, 410 tors, how made, 69; Degrees (London
Portland, Me., 236; “Solomon”. .262

Concordia)..

...193
Handel and Haydn Society (Boston): Its

Musica Peripatetica...

..270
President's annual report, and its early
history, 55, 61, Annual meeting, 247; Macfarren, G. A. His Oratorio “The Res MUSIC IN VOL. XXXV:
Repertoire from 1815 to 1876, 248; Fes-

urrection,”

.310

No. 2-21. Mendelssohn's “First Walpurgis-
tival Programme for May, 1877.. .399

Male Part-Songs.

..176, 359

Night.”

No. 22-26. Part-Songs by Schumann and
Hanslick, Dr. Edward: From his Critical
Mammoth Wagner College Scheme, in New

Hauptmann.
writings: on Auber, 60; on the Grand

York....

.53, 63, 96, 152
Opera, Paris,....81; on Wagner's Tril Martial Music in Germany.

..177 | MUSIC IN VOL. XXXVI:
ogy and Bayreuth Festival, 310, 324, 329; Mason, William: his Piano Recitals.. .312

No. 1-26. “Comala," by N. W. Gade.
on Christine Nilsson..
.388 | Massenet, Jules: his Cantata “Eve,”

5 Music: Pure, vs. Wagnerism (G. L. Osgood.)
Harris, Horatio: In Memoriam, (J. S.)......195 Materialism in Music....

46 4; Listening to, 201; of the Past, (Ser-
Harvard Musical Association: 100 Symphony Mendelssohn: his Place in Modern Music (U.

mon by Rev. Mr. Foote in King's Chap-
Concerts and their Programmes....... 14, 22

H. Statham), 161; bis Birthday at Lon, el), 13; its Pictorial Power (Macfarren),
Harvard University; its Musical Professor-

don Crystal Palace, 397; his “Son and

57; at Oxford and Cambridge, 69; as a
ship, 78, 94, its musical examinations,

Stranger” in Boston...

...230

Social Bore, 259; in Belgium (E. G.),
103; its new Sanders Theatre and Con Mermet, A., his “ Joan of Art," .224, 227

268, 315; as Commerce (Pall Mall Gaz.),
certs,
.260, 350, 382, 391, 399 Milan: Its Musical Students..

144, 210

124; for the Blind, 148, 211, 348; for the
Hauk, Miss Minnie, in Opera Abroad,.. ..371

Minuet, Revival of the (N. Y. Tribune)......188 People (E. Thayer), 376; among the low-
Hauptmann, Moritz: his Canons for three Mozart Club in New York...

.399

er classes of Saxony and Prussia, 235;
Soprano Voices, 207; Sentences from: Mozart: Continuations of his . Zauberflote"

Gregorian, 250; The Art safe (London
his Letters, ..

....334, 400
(J. Sciler), 19; from a Physical and Mor-

Times,) 303; a Plethora of, in Boston,
Haydn: his Symphonies,......142, 191, 407;

al point of view, by V. Wilder, 42; Com-

342; Modern Tendencies of (Hauptmann,
H. and Boccherini,.. 400; his "Seasons'
plete edition of his works, 248, 284 ; M.

Hiller, et al.), 401; Past and Present, in
6, 22; New life of, by. Pohl, 221, 369, 393;
in Italy (Cornhill Magazine), 276; what

our cities. (N. Y. Times), 378, 40.);
H, with the Esterhazys, from Pohl's

Hauptmann wrote of him....
..334 Abuse of (II. C. Lunn)...

.409
Biography,

.225, 233, 241, 249 Mueller, Theodor: Obituary, Berlin Echo....152
Helmholtz, Prof., On the Quality of Sounds

(W. $. B. Mathews,)......85; Practical Music ABROAD. (See also CORRESPONDENCE: Neate, Charles, the oldest living Musician
Bearing of his Discoveries (Do.),. .91
Aix-la-Chapelle...

(C. K. Salamun).
Henselt, Adolph...
.168 Altenburg.

.. 122, 130

.....278
Hiller, Ferd., on Verdi's Requiem, 106; his

Antwerp

Nibelungen. The: Legend of, 250, and Wag-
“Musical and Personal" reviewed, 345;

Bayreuth, 71, 90, 101, 257, 264, 286, 292, 298, 302, 306, ner's Trilogy....256, 286, 292, 294, 296, 298,

310, 313, 322, 324, 325, 328, 336, 311
Sentence from, 401; new Symphony by..409

302, 306, 309, 310, 312, 320, 322, 324, 325,
Berlin..........31, 64, 93, 212, 218, 220, 223, 269, 371, 373
Historical Concerts, by G. L. Osgood and
Bielefeld..

328, 337
F. Boscovitz,

Nilsson (Mme. Rouzaud), Christine: her vise
.0, 31
Birmingham (Engl.)....

.278, 309

Brighton (Engl.)..
History of Music: Prof. Ritter's....109, 203, 416

it to her Birthplace, 352; what Hanslick
Brussels..
268. 384 says of her in Vienna.

..388
Home Music, as it is and might be, Liesure

Cambridge University (Engl.)..

..3, 416
Hour, .
.75 Cologne.

221, 363, 409

Dijon....
Honi soit qui mal y pense: a story of Paris-

Dresden...........

...340 Old Dance Forms: Ernst Pauer's lecture on
ian Life,

.48
Düsseldorf.

Bach's piano music..

.219
Horsley, Charles Edward: Obituary .195 Florence.

..274, 384 Oldest Living Musician, The.
Frankfort-on-the Main

. 122, 130
“Howling Wolves" &c., Mr. Leonhard and

Hamburg

Offenbach, in New York, 243; his “Fantas-
his Critics,..

..165
Hanover

.........368

io;" “ Corsaire Noir," etc., described by
Hereford, (Engl.)..

Ambros, 266, 273; his Book on Music in
Königsberg
Leipzig.......13. 123, 145, 189, 221, 248, 320, 340, 351, 353 Opera Abroad: in London, 8, 10, 28, 34, 80,

America.

..276, 392
Liverpool.
Importance of a Local Orchestra in Boston,

London, 3. 8, 10, 19, 28, 34, 45, 80, 84, 87, 107, 111, 123, 87, 98, 107, 138, 205, 221, 237, 269, 277,
318, 392 138, 196, 19%, 205, 221, 237, 252, 269, 277, 284, 317, 333

284, 317, 333, 339, 357, 296; in Berlin, 64,
Inaudible Sympathy...

.217
339, 341, 352, 355, 357, 368, 370, 373, 384, 396, 397, 404

410, 412

371, 212, 218; in Italy, 384; Vienna, 189,
Instrumentation : of the “Messiah,"

Milan..

144. 210 388 ; in Rome, 64; in Paris (Hanslick),
pleted by R. Franz, 215, 356, 366; of

Paris, 6, 38, 81, 146, 190, 202, 221, 224, 226, 331, 352, 356, 81; Do.... ........146, 224, 227, 372, 408
Bach's St. Matthew Passion..
..223

372, 373, 405, 408

Rome..
Isouard, Nicolo: his “Jocunde,"

1.564, 256, 373 Opera: in Boston; (Tietjens), 199, 200; (Pal-
..339
Rouen.

mieri, Phillipps, etc.), 223, 231' (Kel-
Schleswig-Jlolstein.

logg), 407, 410;(Mendelssohn's. Son and
Stuttgart..

Stranger," ) 231; in New York, 8, 103,
Vienna..

189, 275, 388
Weimar.

127, 243, 318, 381, 392; in Chicago, 359;
Jakderjiantkilleren:" a Wagnerian Tea-

Wiesbaden....

. 189, 221, 356 in Baltimore, 136 ; in Philadelphia, 112.
traylogy,” from “Mr. Punch's Pocket

263, 317, 336
Book,"
.396, 403 | Musical Festivals: at Cincinnati, 7, 25, 30.

Opera: Mr. Dannreuther's views, 53; from
Jensen, Adolf...

..171
304; in Schleswig-Holstein, 18; at Wor-

the Back (Arcadian). 288 : English:
Joachim, Joseph, 60, 198; his Detractors in

cester, Mass., 116, 120, 328; at Aix-la-

What is it? 330; Decent and Indecent,
Berlin, 220; Joachim at Stuttgart, 388;
Chapelle, 262; at Antwerp, 315; at

336; the Rise of,
in London, 404; his Doctor's Degree at

.377, 386, 395
Bristol, Engl., 341. (See also under Opera House: New National in London, 107;
Cambridge....

416
Bayreuth and Wagner.)

M. Strakosch's scheme for New York...388

Operatic Companies. Boston Herald, 2;
MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE: (See also CORRES Philosopher, the (Dr. Gauntlett).. 59
Kapp-Young Cappiani, Signora Luisa. .319, 374 PONDENCE]:

Oratorio: Recent Attempts at, in France.... 31
Kastner's Pyrophone, or Flame-Organ (Fan-

Baltlınore..

24, 136, 147, 263 Organ Music in Bosto 279; in New York,
ny R. Ritter)....

.. 125
Cambridge, Mass.

..159, 175, 382, 391, 399

Chicagu...
Keller, Joseph A: in Memoriam. E. B. O.. 23

48, 119, 245; in Chicago. .40, 131, 280, 344, 406

. 131, 232
Cincinnati..

..7, 25, 30, 336 Organs: in the Catholic Cathedral, Boston,
Keyed-Stringed Instruments: Sir Robert

Detroit...

192; at Trinity Church, Boston.. .381
Stewart's Lectures........20, 28, 37, 44, 51 Germantown, Pa..

.300 Orchestral Pitch and Tune. Concordia.
Greenwich, R. I........

65
231
Lawrence, Mass...

Orchestras: Importance of a local one in
Litchfield, Conn.

295 Boston, 318, 392; in Theatres, 326; in
Lang, B.J., at the New York Philharmonic,
New York, 108, 133, 196, 228, 243, 287, 312, 334 336, 347, Church Music...

.353, 361
383, 389

349, 380, 381, 383. 388. 392 Orpheon, The, in Paris: a “Seance Solen-
Lanier, Sidney: his Centennial Cantata, 233,

Philadelphia.. .112, 135, 221, 238, 263, 295, 336, 392
Portland, Me..

236
nelle," (J. S. D. 1860)..

17
and his Explanation and Defense, 242;

Poughkeepsie, N. Y..
.169, 400 Orth, John, pianist....

231
Do. reviewed..
.255, 261 Salem, Mass

.391
“La Prova d'un Opera Scria:' a Reminisc

Springfield, ni.
cence (Mme. Rudersdorff)

114

Toronto, C. W
Wellesley, Mass...

207, 232 Paine, John K: Musical Professor at Har-
Lady Students at Milan....

.210 Worcester, Mass.........

..104, 111, 116, 120, 232, 327, 335 vard, 78; his first Symphony, 173, 175,
Leonhard, Hugo, and his Critics, 165; his Musical Materialism, 46; Precocity, 76; Crit-

181, 191, 220, 280; Overture to “ As you
Matinées..
.351 icism: C. K. Salaman's paper on, 132,

like it,'

. 350, 399

..384

..301

59

..341

......331

..341

com-

56
........... 68

..388

98

.279

80

..159

24

.273

47,

niet..

Patey, Mme. Lond. Sat. Programme.
84 Rivé, Miss Julia, the Pianist, 15, 24, 140, 191,

Concerts in New York, 55, 64, 79; Popu-
Peabody Conservatory, The, in Baltimore...233 216, 272, 304; her Style, Chicago Mus.

lar do.. 327, Not to be disbanded..

. 295
Pedal, The: an old master (Wieck) on its

Review .

412 | Thursby, Miss Emma C.,... ...167, 183, 199,
use.
12 Rosa, Carl: bis English Opera Company, 107,

343, 375, 416
Perkins Institution for the Blind: Director's

317, 330, 339, 357 Three Opinions : of Musical Progress in
Report on Music....
.148, 211, 348 Rossi, Lauro: his Opera " Biorn”

..396 America. Brainard's Mus. World, 378;
Peripatetic Character of our Orchestras, Roze-Perkins, Mme. Marie. Sat. Programme. 123 Do., N. Y. Times..

..405
Clubs, etc..

.270 Rubinstein, Anton, 168; his “ Maccabees," Three Opera Debutantes. Lond. Concordia.. 29
Phillipps, Misses Adelaide and Mathilde, in

212; “ Feramors," 2 39; Rubinstein in Tietjens, Teresa, 90, 96; in New York, 108;
Opera.

.223, 231
London, 252; his Concerto in D minor,

in Boston, 119, 128; in Oratorio, 127,
Phillips, Henry: Obituary. Atheneum. .354 253; Rubinstein as Opera, Oratorio and 223; in Baltimore, 147; in Opera (Bos-
Pianists as Advertising Agents...

.380 Symphony Composer, Ambros, 289, 297; ton), 199, 200; reappearance in London,
Piano-Forte, the: its Origin (G. A, Sala),
his "Ocean" Symphony, 289, 401; "Par-

237, 284, 331
138; a “ Reformed Key-board” for.... .141 adise Lost,” 297; Quartet in G minor, “Tremolo," or “Vibrato," The. W. H.
Piano Practice: To Parents and Guardians,
359; what Hauptmann says of him.....401 Cummings..

84
H. C. Lunn, 82; Use of Slow, Matheros,

Tschaikowsky, P. His Quartet in D, 277;
321, 402

“Romeo and Juliet,"

.355
Pictorial Power of Music, The. G. A. Mac Saint-Saëns, Camille: his "Danse Macabre,” Tuning: an Orchestra, W. H. Stone, 65; Pi-
farren....
182; Piano Concerto, No. 2, in G minor,

anos, by the Blind..

:211
Pitch, Musical. Sims Reeves..

.332

183, 214, 406, 414; Concerto for Violon-
Plethora of Music, in Boston,..

.342 cello, 190; "Phaeton,"Poeme Symphon-

ique, 199; Variations for two pianos on Unemployed Managers, Singers, etc, in New
POETRY:

a theme by Beethoven, 213, 351; Tran-

York, Herald....

..380
A Monday Night's Dream: A Fantasia. Punch..249

scriptions from Sonatas, Cantatas, etc., Upshot of Wagnerism, The. Dr. E. Hanslick.310
An Incantation. Written for the Annual Dinner
of the Harvard Musical Association. C. P.

of Bach for piano, 213; Trio in F, op. 18,
Cranch...
..377 214; “Le Deluge".

226
A Sapphic Ode: The American Hero, 1775... 47 "Sapphic Ode" of 1775, and Tune of “Bunk-

Varesi, Mlle. Elena...

29
August. Sonnet in the Atlantic, H. 11..

er Hill,”

71
Vassar College Concerts.

..400
Berlioz, Liszt, Wagner. Fanny Raymond Rilter .. 169
Centennial Hymn. Philad. May 10, 1876. J. 6.
Scholtz, Hermann.

Verdi: his Reqniem, 106; “Aida" in London.209

.171
Whittier
-233 Schopenhauer and Wagner.
..201 Violinists, Female....

..336
Centennial Meditation of Columbia. Sidney La Schubert, Franz: Nottebohm's Thematic

Vocal Art: Mme. Seiler's School in Phila-
.233
Catalogue of his works, 1; B. D. Allen's

delphia...

.295
Corinne-Consuelo. B. W. Ball..

257
Lohengrin in London, 1875

73 Lecture on, 142; his Grand Duo, op. 140,
Love's Reward. F. W. Bourdillon.

80

arranged as Symphony by Joacbim, 158;
Michel Angelo Buonarotti. C. P. Cranch...

1
Symphony in C, 190; Overture to "Alfon-

Wagnerian Flotsam and Jetsam, Lond. Mus.
Musical Sonnets, from the German of D. Fr.

.357

World...
so and Estrella.".
Strauss.....

.264
164
National Centenaial Ode, July 4, 1876. Bayard Schumann, Mme. Clara, in London.....237, 410 Wagnerism, vs. Pure Music, G. L. Osgood, 4;
Taylor...
.265 Schumann, Robert: his "Faust" music, 114;

an Italian's Opinion...

.397
One by One (suggested by an incident in Haydn's “Genoveva" at Leipzig, 145; his Piano

Wagner, Richard: his Theories (Edinburg
life..

.409
Oriental Lyrics. Fanny Raymond Ritter......

Review), 178. 187; and Schopenhauer,
..105

Quartets, 182; Concert Allegro, op. 134,
Our Dead; Harvard Class of '32.
190; third Sonata, in F minor, 215; Can-

201 ; his reminiscences of Spontini, 11;
Palestrina._Fanny Raymond Ritter..

tata “ The Singer's Curse," 263;

Co-

anticipated by Mehul, 21; his “Lohen-
Samuel G. Howe. Memorial, Feb. 8, 1876 C.T.
logne" Symphony, 393; Overture,

grin” in London, 34; Art Life and
Brooks ...
"Sweet is the pleasure." J. S. D..
Scherzo and Finale,” 398; bls literary

Theories" of, translated by E. L. Burl-
The Dancing Bear. J. R. Lowell..

works...

..325 ingame, 38; his “ Pilgrimage to Beetho-
The Hero (Dr. S. G. Howe.) J. G. Whittier........161 Seiler, Mme. Emma: her School of Vocal

ven.”.43, 49; his Method (Dr. Gauntlett),
The Metamorphosis of Plants, from Goethe.
J. S. D......

.295
Art in Philadelphia...

45, 59; Festival and Nibelungen Trilogy
.193
The Minstrel's Curse, from Uhland. 0. T. Brooks. 241 Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. In Berlin,

at Bayreuth, 71, 101, 250, 257, 286, 202,
The Musical Student. Lond. Mus. World...
223; in Boston, (See CONCERTS] 318, 342, 359

294, 296, 298, 302, 306, 309, 310, 313, 320,
The Pines and the Sea. C. P. Cranch..
128 Singing and Singing Teachers, from "Piano

322, 324, 324, 329, 337, 397; his "Tristan
The Bource of Verre. C. T. Brooke............
The Symphony Sidney Lanier...............

and Song," by Wieck...

19 and Isolde, 98, 218; Flying Dutch-
To a Lilac. T. W. Parsons...
9 Slow Piano Practice. W, S. B. Matheus....321

man,” 333, 381, 410; his Farce, "A Capit-
To the Tone-Art. From C. F. D. Schubart, by Sonata Form, The: its History. W. A. Bar-

ulation,” 209; Centennial March, 221,
N. H. Dole........

..361
rett.

.66, 74

246 ; An Italian's Opinion, 397; Where
Sound: How to create it. Mus. Trade Reo..339 he has failed (Arcadian), 204; Compared
Pohl, C. F. His Life of Haydn.. 369, 393 Spontini, Wagner's Reminiscences of (con-

by F. Hiller to Napoleon III., 219; at the
Potsdam: its Chimes...

72
cluded), 11; his “ Vestale" in Rome.. . 115

N. York Philharmonic, 347; in the
Pratt, Silas G., as a Composer.

40 Strauss, Johann: his " Indigo” and “Carni Thomas Concerts, 389, 398; his Letter
Precocity in Music..

76
val în Rome" described by Ambros.....281

on Gluck's Overture to “Iphigenia,"
Sussex "Whistling Song,” The.........163, 183

385, 393; Hauptmann on his “ Řienzi"
and “Tannhauser," 401; his Close Cor-
poration Opera Plan..

.408
Rameau, Jean Philippe: Festival in his hon-

Warren, Sam'l' P. His Organ Concerts in
or at Dijon, 301; his Operas.... .378

New York....

.245
Raff, Joachim: his Life, 168; “Im Walde” Tamburini, Antonio: Obituary, 355; his Wartel, Maitre, and his American pupils.... 38
Symphony, 19; his Piano Concerto in C-

Funeral..

.384 Weber, C. M. von: Characterized by F. We-
minor, 126; Alpen-Sinfonie,” 189; Tendencies of Modern Music: Sentences

ber..

.121, 1
" Hungarian Suite," 205; “Lenore
from Hauptmann, Hiller, etc.......334, 401 White, Joseph, violinist..

.224
Symphony, 401; Symphony in C, No. 2..415 Testing Choir Boys in New York. Sun.. ...340 Wieck, Friedrich: on the Use and Abuse of
Reinecke, Carl.
.168, 189 Thalberg, Mlle. Zaré...

29 the Pedal, 12; on Singing and Singing
Rheinberger, Joseph.
171 Thayer, A. W. Notes from..

.95, 400

Teachers, 19; his “ Piano and Song”
Rietz, Julius: His Overture “Hero and Le Theatre Francais, The, in Paris. H. James, Jr.416 translated.

39
ander,"
.415 Theatre Orchestras, and Bands..

..326 Willcox, J. H., Mus. Doc. Obituary notice. . '63
Rimbault, Dr. E. F. Obituary.
.332 Thomas, Theodore, and his Orchestra, (See Wolfsohn, Carl, in Chicago.

.245
“Ringing" in the Ears....
..383 CONCERTS in Boston, also MUSICAL IN Woman as a Musician, from an

" Art-His-
Ritter, F. L., His History of Music..... 203, 416 TELLIGENCE, etc.): his Summer Garden torical Study” by F. M. Ritter..........364

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