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(Born at Eutin, in the grand duchy of Oldenburg, on Dec. The overture is the only part of the opera that has well maintained its place in the standard repertory. (7) the most mysterious sustained harmonies in scarcely audible pianissimo, the violas soon entering beneath them with a subdued tremolo, like the soft rustling of leaves.* After this brief largo episode we come to the free fantasia ; the original tempo, Allegro mareato molto confiioeo, returns, and the 'celli and double- basses softly take up an inversion of the first theme of the wind instru- ments in the first part of the overture. This incom- pleteness is found not only in the orchestral parts, but in the solo part * It is this famous passage that Wagner transcribed for brass instruments in the Funeral Symphony he wrote forthe burial of Weber's remains in Dresden in 1S44 — the muffled snare-drums doing duty for the tremolo on the violas in the original. The organ part is seldom written in more than two voices, — at times in pure two-part writing, but generally only in the shape of melody and bass, with frequent thorough-bass figuring, showing that a filling-out of the harmony was intended by the composer, — and is also defective in another way.

(Born at Eutin, in the grand duchy of Oldenburg, on Dec. The overture is the only part of the opera that has well maintained its place in the standard repertory. (7) the most mysterious sustained harmonies in scarcely audible pianissimo, the violas soon entering beneath them with a subdued tremolo, like the soft rustling of leaves.* After this brief largo episode we come to the free fantasia ; the original tempo, Allegro mareato molto confiioeo, returns, and the 'celli and double- basses softly take up an inversion of the first theme of the wind instru- ments in the first part of the overture. This incom- pleteness is found not only in the orchestral parts, but in the solo part * It is this famous passage that Wagner transcribed for brass instruments in the Funeral Symphony he wrote forthe burial of Weber's remains in Dresden in 1S44 — the muffled snare-drums doing duty for the tremolo on the violas in the original. The organ part is seldom written in more than two voices, — at times in pure two-part writing, but generally only in the shape of melody and bass, with frequent thorough-bass figuring, showing that a filling-out of the harmony was intended by the composer, — and is also defective in another way. $1.00 Our list of novelties and catalogues sent on application. All music performed at these con certs in stock, generally in the well- known cheap editions. As in most concerted works by Handel, the score is incomplete, much being left for the organist to fill out. LEW AN DO'S French Cleansers, Fancy Dyers, Fine Launderers, 17 Temple Place, Boston. Euryaiithe has been called at once Weber's greatest masterpiece and his greatest fiasco. The poignant dramatic effect does not reside merely in the ordinary contrast between a martial tune and a love-melody, h&t\Nee.n fortissifno piano, but far more in that between the nervously energetic rhythms of the first theme and the serene absence of any rhythmic device whatever in the accompaniment of the second. To take the place of the missing third movement, Mr. — of Russian and Hudson Bay Sables, Chinchilla, Fox, Marten, and Mink — at reasonable prices. £3 '^^^^ (12) indicated in the sto're or not, it \vas generally taken for granted that it would be used in conjunction with thie other instruments set down in the score. To inaugurate the opening of the new store we have imported this season a most superb collection of the choicest creations of the LEADING PARIS MILLINERS AND LONDON HATTERS ^ ^ together with many original designs. Fresh Chocolates and Caramels ARE SERVED TO YOU BEFORE THEY ARE Twenty-four Hours Oldt Containing Original Ingredients of the Purest and Most Expensive Made. A correct ver- sion of the music, but with a new French text, prepared by de Saint-Georges and de Leuven, was brought out at the Theatre-Lyrique in Paris on Sep- tember I, 1857 ; this should count as the first real perform.. Euryanthe was first given in New York at the Metropolitan Opera House on December 23, 1887. OUR ART DEPARTMENT CON- TAINS A GALAXY OF BEAUTI- • FUL ARTICLES FROM THE WORLD'S MARKET, America to Japan. A mighty fortissimo B-flat of the entire orchestra, a rousing tattoo of the kettle-drums, and a quieter transitional phrase of the 'celli lead over to a gracefully buoyant and tender second theme, softly sung by the first violins over the simplest of sustained harmony in the other strings. It is perhaps unnecessary to add that Colonial furniture is now in the height of fashion. PAINE FURNITURE CO., Rugs, Draperies, and Furniture. (8) See and Hear THE Everett Piano of To-day GRAND AND UPRIGHT. Of Guilmant's work, only the necessary additions to the solo part itself have been retained for the organ. Our direct importation of Skins enables us to offer Alaska Seal and Persian Coats —also a superb collection of Small Furs — Collar- ettes, Neck-Pieces, Muffs, etc. A musical puz- zle, with a story of interest for children. Now the headquarters of the " historical " ideas are Leip- zig and London, to a certain extent also Paris and New York. There is a considerable difference of opinion among conductors as to the manner of playing these four opening measures. What of countless other modern compositions that are universally voted to be perfectly "respectable" and "dignified".'' It strikes me that this once-reputable sonata-form criterion is very much of an i-'! Well-nigh everywhere else in the musical world the ideas of the other, " artistic " party have found acceptance. Some take them in strict allegro tempo, like the rest of the movement ; others take the liberty of playing them in a much slo\ver and more stately tempo ; others again take the three G's and the F's molto ritardando, arguing that, although taking the four measures in a stately Largo is not permissible, — there being no indication in the score to authorize it, — the " holds " over the E-flat and the D do (at least tacitl)') authorize ? idos on the three Eflats and the three F's, according to the old rule : " You may always make a ritardando before a hold." And, if this retarding of the tempo is cleverly managed, it comes to very much the same thing, in point of effect, as the stately Largo, for which there is no authority in the score ; it is beating the devil round the bush.

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(Born at Eutin, in the grand duchy of Oldenburg, on Dec. The overture is the only part of the opera that has well maintained its place in the standard repertory. (7) the most mysterious sustained harmonies in scarcely audible pianissimo, the violas soon entering beneath them with a subdued tremolo, like the soft rustling of leaves.* After this brief largo episode we come to the free fantasia ; the original tempo, Allegro mareato molto confiioeo, returns, and the 'celli and double- basses softly take up an inversion of the first theme of the wind instru- ments in the first part of the overture. This incom- pleteness is found not only in the orchestral parts, but in the solo part * It is this famous passage that Wagner transcribed for brass instruments in the Funeral Symphony he wrote forthe burial of Weber's remains in Dresden in 1S44 — the muffled snare-drums doing duty for the tremolo on the violas in the original. The organ part is seldom written in more than two voices, — at times in pure two-part writing, but generally only in the shape of melody and bass, with frequent thorough-bass figuring, showing that a filling-out of the harmony was intended by the composer, — and is also defective in another way. $1.00 Our list of novelties and catalogues sent on application.

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7 (First time in Boston.) % I, Adagrio (D minor) _--___ 4.4 II. This theory, however, is untenable — at least, as far as regards Handel. * The text was originally intended for the libretto of an opera, and was hastily written in five days by the authoress ; it was so wretched that the work was with- drawn from the stage after only two performances. In slow Largo eight violins soli e con sordini play FAVORITE SONGS. Of course the question of how much and what the accompanist was to play is hard to answer satisfactorily now. Discussions on it are very like discussions on Religion : of the sort that convince only one side. Half a teaspoon in half a glass of water affords quick relief when depressed, or weary from overwork, worry, insom- nia or other nerve-destroying conditions. The passage is borrowed from Eglantine's vision of old Emma's ghost, in the third act of the opera, but has here an entirely sylvan charac- ter of twilight mystery. Of course something was written ; but this something was only the bass — the part played by the orchestral basses — with or without thorough-bass figuring. Probably it never will be entirely settled to everybody's satisfaction. Twenty- five or thirty years ago, there was a rather virulent pen-and-ink war on the subject in Germany, and the matter is being discussed with no little vio- lence even now in England. When the pen-and-ink war was raging in Germany, the historical party was chiefly represented by Friedrich Chrysander and Philipp Spitta (the noted biographers of Handel and Bach) ; Johannes Brahms and Joseph Joachim may be mentioned as, to a certain extent, sympathizing with them. This Entr'acte is scored for the same orchestra as the preceding ballet-movement. 4, in G major, opus 58 ; the choral fantasia, opus 80 ; two extracts from the C major Mass ; the concert aria, ^^ Ah / perjido," and a free improvisation on the pianoforte. The next two measures, three F's followed by a long-held D, strike out the possibility of G minor ; but it still may be either C minor or E-flat major ! And yet wouldst thou, well knowing his misdeed, marry the emperor with a smile on thy face ? The breezes, the rocks would discover my secret to my husband. This is not the place to go into the merits of this discussion ; sufiice it to say that there are, roughly speaking, two op- posing parties: the so-called "historical" party and — the other. The protagonists of the artistic party were Robert Franz, Julius Schaffer, and Otto Dresel, Franz Liszt being among their strong .sympathisers. Artistically, the concert was rather disastrous : the ex- treme length of the program and the unusual difficulty of the music made 5c Packages. The popular legend that Beethoven intended this grand exordium of the symphony to suggest "Fate knocking at the gate" is apocryphal; Beethoven's pupil, Ferdinand Ries, was really the author of this would-be-poetic exegesis, which Beetho- ven received very sarcastically, when Ries imparted it to him. I will acknowledge my guilt at his feet ; I will lessen my Sextus's crime, even if I cannot save him, by my own undoing. And, by the way, if this prin- ciple is to be applied to the Tell overture, what becomes of the overture to Wagner's Fliegende Hollander 7 What becomes of the Siegfried- Idyll?

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