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NEW PUBLICATIONS IN SPAIN.
REVIEW OF NEW MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS. LA Guida Della Mufica Inftrumentale, or tbe are to original, and fo well adapted to
Rudiments of the Piano-forte and Harpk- the subject of the words as to evince much sbord, exemplified in a clear and concise manner, judgment and command of imagination, with Exercises for forming the band. To which while the just combination of the parts, are subjoined Eight Progreffive Leffons conArušted on pleasing and familiar airs, and a science. The poetry, which forms one
bespeaks more than a common portion of Sonata for two performers. 6s.
of the happieft efforts of Mr. Dyer's This work was evidently written with Lyric Mule, is beautifully fanciful, and a particular attention to the immediate after leading the reader improvement of the young student, and
“ Lightly o'er the village green, does much credit to the didactic talents of
“ Where blue-eyed fairies sport upseen. the late ingenious author.
The order closes with a reflection highly honourable with which the first principles are laid
to the Masonic Society. down, renders every thing 10 clear and
Eight English Canzonets for a fingle voice, explanatory, that the learner sees his way
with an accompaniment for the piano-forto at a glance, and proceeds without em
barp, composed by T. Eřex. 75. 6d. barrassment. The exercises are well
Broderip and Wilkinfon. contructed; the fingering judiciously worked, and technical terms are explained speak of the merits of Mr. Effex as a com
We have frequently had occafion to as they occur, which appears to us a good poser; bút no former work of that gentlemethod of instilling their meaning into the mind of the pupil. The Duet, which for commendation, as we find in the pre
man has afforded us so ample a scope consists of three movements, is pleasingly
fent. The melodies of these canzonets imagined, and calculated to facilitate the
are, generally speaking, conceived with improvement of the finger,
much sweetness and simplicity; and disThree Sonatas for the piano-forte, with an ac- play an imagination which keeps pace
companiment for a violin ad libitum, composed with the judgment and science evinced in by D. Steibelt. 88.
the accompaniments and bass. The subLongman, Clementi, and Co.
jects of the several pieces are agreeably We have perused these elegant and diversified, and the expresfion given to the happily variegated fonatas with great words is, in several instances, peculiarly pleasure. Many of the ideas are truly happy and appropriate. original, and the paslages, which in gene- Apollonian Harmony, being a collection of feare ral are finely calculated for the exercise of and celebrated Glees, Carcbes, Madrigals, the finger, rise out of each other with the Canzonets, Rounds, and Canons, ancient and utmost case and propriety. Mr. Steibelt, modern, with some originals composed by Aldrich, in a prefatory page, informs the reader Arne, Battishill, Purcel, Boyce Brewer, that is wishing to make more variety on Eccles, Green, Giardiri, Hayes, Hook, and “ the piano-forte, he finds it neceffary other eminent masters. 35. 6d. Thompson " to make use of the pedals, by which The “ Apollonian Harmony « alone the tones can be united.” But prises fix neat pocket volumes, the conat the same time we agree with him that tents of which are various, and well « ic requires to use them with the utmost selected. The lovers of glee-music will
care: without which, in paffing from find in them a rich repait. Convivial “ one chord to another, discord and con- harmony, combined with delicacy of
fufion would inevitably result.” Too sentiment and expression, cannot but com. regulate the use of the pedals, the author mand general notice, and procure chat employs three figns, the first of which patronage to which every Telection, lo denotes the pedal that raises the dampers, judicioully and so fcrupulously forined, the second the piano pedal, and the third, must be allowed to merit, that the foot is to be taken off the pedal Nanny of tbe Tweed" written by Mr. Andere that was used before.
son, ibe music composed by T. Thompson, " Iaightly o'er the Village Green." A Masonic
Organist, Newcastle upon Tyne. Is. Goulding. Glee fór three voices, composed and inscribed to Mr. Thompson has made a pleasing, easy the Ř. W. M. Officers ard Brethren of the little air of “Nanny of the Tweed. The Somerset House-Lodge, by Reginald Spofforth. bass is not always the best that might have The words by G. Dyer. B. A
been chosen, nor do the (ymphonies conLongman, Clementi, and Co. tribute to the merit of the song ; yet the The melody of this glee is, in general general effect is fomewhat bevond the natural and pleasant : fome of the passages common efforts of this kind.
1799.) Review of New Musical Publications.
317 “ Rosa and Henry," a favourite Song, intro- this department of our Magazine, to
duced by Mrs. Hordan, in the new Comedy of notice works in manuscript ; but Mr. the Secret. Set to music by a lady of fashion. Busby's late scientific enterprize was at Longman, Clementi, and Co.
once so novel, and of such extraordinary The melody of “Rosa and Henry,” merit and magnitude, that we cannot rethough somewhat irregular in its metre, litt tbe impulse to gratify our musical and monotonous in the termination of its readers with a few reinarks on the above two first lines, is, on the whole, pleasingly productions. and affectingly conceived. The lady of Understanding that the composer had fahiun, though not a lady of profound dared to strike out a style for himself, science, has given evidence of a fancy, combining the grandeur of the greatelt which, if duly cultivated, might become ancients, with the sweetness of the most both elegant and prolific.
adınired moderns, we attended the perThe Musical Prologue to the nero comedy of Five formance with high-wrought expecta
Thousand a Year. Written by T. Dibdin, tions; and the curtain had not long been Spoken and sung by Mr. Munden, at the up, before they were still increased by the Theatr, Royal Covent Garden.
powerful effect of a fugue in the overture Longman, Clementi, and Co. The melody selected as a vehicle for which instantly arrested our attention, and
to the Prophecy, the beautiful subject of the subject of these lines, is that of
was answered by the bass in a manner English Roast Beef” The humour
which astonished the whole audience, and being broad, the choice of this popular extorted a fudden and universal burit of air is judicious, and bespeaks much judgment of effect in the compiler.
applause. Six original German Wilizcs for the piano-forte, chaite and elegant in themselves, but re
The airs were not only uncommonly with an accompaniment for a triangle and lady's tamburino, dedicated to the Princess of markably rich in their accompaniments ; Wales, by James Sanderson. gs. Thompson. and the chorusses displayed that sublimity,
Mr. Sanderson has tired his hand at expression, and corredness of counterpoint, this fashionable species of composition which no other composer o: the present with confiderabie fuccess. Much fpirit day appears to have attempted. The and originality of fancy pervade the style of the ode was also truly noble. The several pieces, and recommend them to
overture and chorusles were of a cast bethe ear, while the paffages are in general tween Handel and Boyce, and the airs to turned, as to render the work improving poffeffed all the mellifluency of Arne, to the singer.
blended with a dignity not to be found in Mocari's Grand Quartetto for the piano-forte, the works of that charming author. with accompaniments for a violin, tenor, and
Miss Poole, Maiter Elliot, Mr. Nield, violoncello. 45.
Preston. and the other principal vocal performers, This elegant and elaborate compolition acquitted themselves to the highest satisis in E flat, major, and comprizes three faction of their auditors; and Mr. movements; the first of which is in com- Cramer, whose anxious attention throughmon-time, allegro, the second in three out the performance was evident to the quavers, adagio, and the third in common whole houle, led the band in his very
best time, aliegretto. Every bar bears the style. stamp of Mozart's peculiar genius, and ex- We cannot but congratulate Mr. Bushibits an exuberancy of fancy and accu- 'by, and all his cotemporaries of talent, racy of arrangement, to which but few on this his welcome entrance into the compositions, ancient or modern, can Lyceum of the Mutical Claflico. He has justly pretend. We could point out proved that the genius of the old ?chool is many beautiful passages, tut the merit of not extinct ; and that the lovers of the this great musician is of luch notoriety as sublimer species of composition will no to preclude the necessity of entering into longer be under the neceility of conparticulars ; it is, therefore, fulficient to tinually recurring to the reiterated trains add, that the present work is in every of Purcel, Handel, Correlli and Geminirespect worthy its great author.
ani. The harmonic energies have again The Prophecy, a sacred Oratorio in two parts, and been awakened, and we entertain the hope
Ocean, an ode in one part. Performed Much that this brilliant effort will encourage 2916, 1799, at the Theatre Royal Hay-market. other professors of genius and science to The only one compojed in this country nearly these exertions equally honourable to themIt is not perfectly within the pale of felves, and as gratifying to the public.
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