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CHORAL FUND CONCERT.
THE PHILHARMONIC CONCERTS.
When questioned by some fool," he sought
made manifest to his audience.
To effect this, a Man :" This concert, instituted for the relief of afflict-attention be observed, in both “side-play"
it is absolutely necessary that the strictest Argus himself might our vast city scan,
ed and decayed musicians, their widows, and and solto voce singing ; both of which, on Yet fail to find, at least an Honest One, Though for his torch he bore a fragment of orphans, took place in the Hanover Square two or three important' occasions
, were quite the sun!
Rooms, on Thursday week, and was attended, overlooked by Signor Santini. In the beautiSo rare is Honesty !_“And yet 'tis seen,
we are happy to say, by a numerous audience. ful trio of ó Nume benefico! Signor Santini Nothing so highly prized,” — high-priced you twenty-four pieces;- and among the active subdued toneopened this incomparable round.”
The bill of fare contained no fewer than advanced to the stage-lights, and with an un. mean !
supporters were_Mrs. Anderson, Mademoiselle Fernando should have been in the rear, and "Tis valued wondrous high-when to be sold ! And each man thinks it worth—its weight in Blasis, Messrs. Phillips, Donzelli, De Begnis, ought rather have suppressed his voice than gold !
Among the vocal pieces, indulged in the fortissimo. Yet it is but fair
Mademoiselle Blasis's “ Di piacer” appeared to confess that he gave great satisfaction to “ What! is not punctual H-, who ne'er to us the best ; and among the instrumental, his numerous auditors. Leaving his nightly Hell, to pay his debts ?”
Mrs. Anderson's concerto of Mozart, (Hum. He pays,—to play in that loved Hell again! Come ! come ! your sense of Honesty is plain: the trumpet. The concerto of Mozart, espe- by Rossini originally written for this vocalist.
Ambrogi personated the part of the Podesta. mel's arrangement) and Harper's fantasia on In our last No. we stated, that the part was What mine is, more convenient time may tell ; cially, from the exquisite beauty of the com- Signor Ambrogi's " reading” of this character So for the present, honest John ! farewell.
position, and the feeling, taste, and altogether is certainly very different from that to which masterly style in which Mrs. Anderson played
we have been accustomed. Nor do we think MUSIC.
it, was perhaps the principal and most ap- his conception of the part what was intended by plauded performance of the evening.
the author. He is too sombre, and impressed us THE Argyll being destroyed, the Philharmonic
more with the idea of a vocal psalm-singing Society commenced their annual series on Mon
clerk than an amorous magistrate. We prefer day last at the King's Concert Room, Hay: Five Bumper Toasts, &c., Sung by Broad Pellegrini in the part ; but Signor Ambrogi
hurst; the Words" by Dr. H. Fick. R. W. appeared “out of sorts”—he was “ not i' the market, with Beethoven's symphony in C
Evans. minor. Upon the whole, it was well played,
vein," having only recently recovered from and pleased ; but Mr. Weichsel, instead of COMPLETELY a gentleman's song, and one a severe attack of illness ; and as he has not leading, now and then suffered the orchestra which, beard from such an organ as Mr.
sung for several years, some allowance should be to leađ him, and this produced at times the Broadhurst's, must be listened to with delight. made for want of practice. We have heard effect of indetermination. The second piece, The Crusader ; a Song. By Augustus Meves. Curioni sing better; and Pof Pipo, the less we the duetto “ Dove vai ?" from William Tell,
. we should not have recognised to be Rossini's, A VERY spirited composition, and the music consider this part beneath her vocal rank. in consequence of its being mostly free_advan- well suited to the words. The accompaniment
This is the rock upon which most Italian tageously so - from those redundant triplet is extremely pretty, and brings to mind the
artists split. The new ballet to-night has passages with which most of his operas are ballad of olden days.
Rossini's music of Guillaume Tell. stamped. Even in the accompaniments there was German solidity, which Donzelli and San- La Gallopade. Written and adapted to the tini turned to the best account. A German
popular Gallopade tune, by Charles Dance. MR. KEAN is again announced for Henry V. lady, Madame Dulcken, a relation of the
Cramer, Addison, and Beale.
Should one of those sudden attacks, to which, Bohrers, appeared here for the first time with A CAPITAL song, to the most pleasing of the unfortunately for himself, he is so liable, disa pianoforte concerto of Herz.
Execution, Gallopade tunes, and from which the unini- appoint another audience, we trust that there her chief excellence, has become of late so com- tiated may learn the figure at the same time will be no repetition of the disgraceful scenes mon and cheap a commodity, that it now pos- they are acquiring the air,--a double induce- of last Monday week, or that measures will be sesses hardly more claim to distinction than a ment to purchase. The author is likely to taken to punish the ruffians as they deserve. foreigner's knowledge of French. She plays, become as popular a Dance as that which he Madame Vestris has been unable to perform however, with spirit and great precision, but has so pleasantly illustrated.
since Saturday last, on account of a severe without feeling: there is also a want of
hoarseness. She returns this evening to her character and style in her performance, which
popular part in the National Guard. Miss
DRAMA. was particularly apparent in the adagio. The
Mordaunt retains that of young St. Victor, in choice of the composition, too, did not speak
Past and Present, which she played at fourmuch in favour of her judgment, for such an Rossini's inimitable opera of La Gazza and-twenty hours' notice, and the piece loses assemblage of common-place and unmeaning Ladra was performed here for the first time nothing by the exchange. passages it has seldom been our fate to hear. this season, on Tuesday night. The part If we had been looking for half an hour into a of Ninetta was personated by Blasis. The kaleidoscope, our eye would have felt exactly vocal and histrionic powers displayed by her We had prepared a notice of Miss Kemble's what our ear did in hearing this concerto. in the representation of this not less dif- Mrs. Beverley, in which we imagined we had Herz has, however, of late been very popular ficult than interesting róle, only caused us to done full justice to her talents, and written for minor compositions, such as quadrilles, lament that she was not better supported in the that, in short, which it would have been as variations, rondos, &c. Spohr's “ Si lo sento,” piece. In this character we have seen her per- agreeable for her to read as it was gratifying to from Faust, is a scena so delightfully beautiful, form both with Zuchelli and Galli, and do not us to indite;- but, mercy on us! the transthat one is grieved not to meet with the same hesitate, particularly when supported by the ports of our brethren are of so intoxicating a genius more frequently in his other works. former, to pronounce her the best Ninetta on nature, that our own plainly worded, but sinA MS. overture to " A Midsummer Night's the stage. The scene in which she is separated cere commendations, would have fallen as flat Dream,” by Mendelssohn Bartholdy, is writ- by the soldiers from her father, and borne away upon the palate as small beer after Burgundy. ten with much design and skill; but, like all fór execution, is, in our opinion, one of the best Most happy are we, for many reasons, that the imitative and descriptive music, however inge- morceaux of melo-dramatic performances we success of this clever and amiable young lady nious, without a commentary it is utterly un- have ever witnessed.
has been so decided; but we object to exhausting ntelligible.
Signor Santini enacted the part of Fer- the English vocabulary of praise at the outset The second act, which began with Mozart's nando. We are not altogether satisfied that of her career, for the simple reason, that we ever-delightful symphony in D, had no novelty, the signor's conception of this difficult charac- trust to stand in need of the superlatives but was nevertheless very acceptable through- ter is exactly correct : the part requires no seasons hence, when time and practice shall out, particularly Haydn's masterly-executed ordinary study. Fernando is placed in situa- bave made her what our contemporaries call her violin quartett, by Mori, Watts, Moralt, and tions the most trying and distressing. Though now. What they will have left to say of her Lindley; and the terzetto, from La Clemenza, he be the stern soldier, he is, nevertheless, the then, puzzles our poor comprehension ; but “ Se al volto," by Miss Paton, Donzelli, and affectionate father ; and whilst he must conceal that is their affair, and not ours. In the meani Santini. Weber's beautiful and characteristic from those with whom he is unavoidably time it is sufficient to remark, that her attracJubilee overture had no small share in the thrown into contact on the scène, the con- tion is unabated, and that half at least of every applauses bestowed at the close of the even- ficting feelings by which he is so continually sentenee she utters is drowned by the boister ing's entertainment.
harassed, the emotions of his mind should be ous approbation of the spectators, for audience
they cannot be called ;- the few to whom that | acquire the living languages in the different in the island, 1117 convents, containing 30,000 term would properly apply, sitting in anxious countries ; of which, at the same time, they monks and 30,000 nuns. The nobility of this expectation of some pause in the storm of rap- could attain a competent knowledge of the small population consists of six dukes, 217 ture which may afford them an opportunity of laws, customs, institutions, arts, sciences, &c. princes, 217 marquesses, 2000 barons, and the acknowledging its justice. At present it is We now find that the young persons who had same number of an order called gentlemen. In literally going to see Miss Kemble. The play been got together on this travelling scheme, Palermo, the population of which is only is altogether well acted. Mr. C. Kemble's Bé- have already visited Turin, Genoa, Florence, 150,000, there are 388 churches. eerley is one of his best efforts in tragedy,- and Rome, and they are said to have made The Arts and Sciences in France. -Great and Ward and Abbott are more than respect- great progress in the different branches of edu- progress is making in the French provinces in able as Stukeley and Lewson. Remembering, cation. As they travel on an economical scale, literature and sciences, &c. Several new inas we do, Mrs. Siddons and J. Kemble as Mr. parents, who are anxious for their sons to see stitutions have been opened in large towns ; and Mrs. Beverley, Cooke as Stukely, and C. the world, have thus an opportunity of sending and at Marseilles an Athenæum has been Kemble as Lewson ; or, of later years, Miss them out without the exclusive expense of a lately formed, which is expected to equal the O'Neil, Young, Macready, and C. Kemble, in travelling tutor.
best scientific institutions of the capital. the same characters, with Miss Foote for the Sculpture.—A short time ago, as some work. The Jesuits. There are at the College of Charlotte, our approval of the present cast is men were employed at a house on the Quai Jesuits, at Fribourg, 193 students, of whom praise of no ordinary description.
des Bernardins, at Paris, they discovered a 152 are French. There are also 130 out-door
great number of bas-reliefs, and other pieces students. FRENCH DRAMATIC READINGS. of sculpture, in a state of great perfection. Indian Art. - At a meeting of the Agri. THERE was a highly respectable company as. On inquiry, it appeared that the house was cultural and Horticultural Society of India, sembled to hear Monsieur Dupont's French built in 1557, by the President Dunoyers, and held in Calcutta, for the purpose of distriDramatic Readings at Willis's Rooms on Wed that the works in question were by John Gon- buting premiums to native gardeners and nesday :-his discours d'ouverture contained gon, a celebrated sculptor. It is understood others, for promoting the Society's objects, some very useful observations with regard to that the French government will purchase these an ingenious native blacksmith received a teaching and acquiring a knowledge of French. specimens for the Museum.
reward of fifty rupees for a model of a steamHis critical notices on the peculiarities of the
Cloth made from Moss Crop.-Mr. Helli- engine, which he had executed without assistlanguage, and especially as applied in defence well, of Greenhurst Hey, near Todmorden, ance, from an inspection of one in the Mission of the use of rhyme, in which all the best tra- has manufactured a beautiful cotton russet House at Serampore. gedies and comedies of that nation are written, cloth, and also yarn for stockings, from the displayed considerable talent and originality! wool produced by the moss crop plant found LITERARY NOVELTIES. Monsieur Dupont read several of the most upon his estate there. Specimens of the yarn (Literary Gazette Weekly Advertisement, No. X. March 6th, 1830.] interesting scenes in Corneille's beautiful tra- and cloth have been sent to us, and the latter gedy of the - Cid,” prefacing each with many be seen at our office..Leeds Mercury.
is remarkably firm and beautiful. They may This is the busy hour of publishing; and notwithstandjudicious remarks. His voice is clear and pow
ing all the novelties we have this day brought forward,
and the multitude which cover our table, we have to erful, and his pronunciation pure and distinct.
The Tempest. --Shakspeare's noble play of notice the following in progress, or, as the phrase is, If the succeeding séances be as good as the the Tempest has been recently made the sub-" very nearly ready." first, they cannot fail of being instructive and ject of a French romance, under the title of lumes of Burckhardt's valuable works, in addition to the amusing to those who are even slightly ac
* Miranda ; ou l'Isle Sauvage.” We have not labours of that celebrated traveller; one being the result quainted with the French language, and have seen the work itself ; but, if we were to judge of his residence among those extraordinary people the Bea taste for its literature.
of it from the passages quoted with applause by of the remarkable customs, manners, and opinions of the the French reviewers, we should say that the modern Egyptians, derived from their own proverbial
grandeur, simplicity, and purity of the original sayings current at Cairo, where our lamented author died; VARIETIES.
have been lost sight of; and that ce tableau other works, replete with curious and authentic informaGerman Theatre in Paris. - M. Laurent, délicieux des émotions d'une âme tendre et tion, and will afford a multiplicity of interesting and having still the privilège for the English and vertueuse, fc. fo. fc. is merely the vehicle of entertaining anecdotes: a second edition of Montgomery's German theatres, although he has been de mawkish and contemptible sentimentality. Omnipresence of the Deity: Frederick von Schlegel's prived of it for the Italian opera, has made Conveyance of Game, Fish, fc.--A project Philosophy of History; with an Historical and Critical arrangements for a series of operas in April, has long been entertained at Paris, and is about Notice of the Author, and of German Literature geby a German company. The celebrated tenor to be put in execution, with the consent of the trine of Universal Pardon considered and refuted, in a Hetzinger, and his wife, are engaged, as also a authorities, for the purpose of transporting, Series of Sermons, &c., by Andrew Thomson, D.D., prima donna, whose name is kept secret; and with greater despatch, game and fish from the ings, a Tale founded on Facts : "Letters on the Physical the Moniteur tells us that the company is gene- different departments
, so that they may be History of the Earth, addressed to Professor Blumenbach, rally, excellent. M. Laurent purposes, it is had in Paris fresher and cheaper than hitherto. by the late J. A. de Luc, F.R.s., Professor of Philosophy said, if possible, to bring this company to Lon. It is said that the projectors have adopted means with a vindication of the Author's Claims to Original dan in June.
for their preservation till now unknown, and Views, in regard to some Fundamental Points in Geology, Prussic Acid and M. Chabert.- On Thurs- several sloops are already employed
by them in by the Rev. Henry de la Fite, M.A. day some experiments were tried on two dogs fishing near the coasts of Normandy and Britand a rabbit, in order to ascertain the validity tany; means have also been taken to send off Kincaird's Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, post 8vo. o M. Chabert's pretension to the possession of the fish as quickly as possible. The directors 108. Ed, bds: Nolan's Supplement to an Inquiry into the a antidote for poison, and particularly for that having a large capital, it is expected that many Forms in Conveyancing, 8vo. 11. 48. bds.Swan on Ecclepowerful agent the prussic acid. They were advantages will arise from the plan..-French siastical Courts, 8vo. 5. bds. -- Mangin's More Short Isot so very satisfactorily conducted as to lead Paper.
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