Song of the Nubian Girl

Moore, J. Jacques Haakman, Herbert Eldcroft, Alfred J. Dye
1895 The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular  
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more » ... riday; " Why seek ye the living ? " " It ye then be risen with Christ," and '4 Eye hath not seen." These are all what may be termed seasonable anthemsthat is to say, most suitable for special occasions in the ChurchXs year-and should be very warmly welcomed in places where adult male voices are not available. No. 47I is " Be ye therefore followers of God,' by Alfred S. Baker a four-part anthem without solo parts, smoothly written in a church-like style, and in A flat, a key that was, of course, not available when organs were tuned according to the mean-tone system. Stetches. Eight Short P;eces for the Pianoforte. By Walter Wesche. Part I. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS first part contains only four numbers, and after the fashion set by Schumann, and so faithfully followed by modern composers, each one has a superscription. The general title of the work answers thoroughly to the character of the music, which is fresh, pleasing, and, moreover, modern in spirit. Tocscztin. Pour le Piano. Par L. Palmieri. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS is a pretty little piece; not difficult, though requiring a neat finger and a light touch. The incessant semiquavers divided between the two hands and some of which have to be accentuated in order to bring out the graceful melody, make of this Toccatina an excellent piece for teaching purposes. for Lent or Good Friday; " Why seek ye the living ? " " It ye then be risen with Christ," and '4 Eye hath not seen." These are all what may be termed seasonable anthemsthat is to say, most suitable for special occasions in the ChurchXs year-and should be very warmly welcomed in places where adult male voices are not available. No. 47I is " Be ye therefore followers of God,' by Alfred S. Baker a four-part anthem without solo parts, smoothly written in a church-like style, and in A flat, a key that was, of course, not available when organs were tuned according to the mean-tone system. Stetches. Eight Short P;eces for the Pianoforte. By Walter Wesche. Part I. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS first part contains only four numbers, and after the fashion set by Schumann, and so faithfully followed by modern composers, each one has a superscription. The general title of the work answers thoroughly to the character of the music, which is fresh, pleasing, and, moreover, modern in spirit. Tocscztin. Pour le Piano. Par L. Palmieri. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS is a pretty little piece; not difficult, though requiring a neat finger and a light touch. The incessant semiquavers divided between the two hands and some of which have to be accentuated in order to bring out the graceful melody, make of this Toccatina an excellent piece for teaching purposes. for Lent or Good Friday; " Why seek ye the living ? " " It ye then be risen with Christ," and '4 Eye hath not seen." These are all what may be termed seasonable anthemsthat is to say, most suitable for special occasions in the ChurchXs year-and should be very warmly welcomed in places where adult male voices are not available. No. 47I is " Be ye therefore followers of God,' by Alfred S. Baker a four-part anthem without solo parts, smoothly written in a church-like style, and in A flat, a key that was, of course, not available when organs were tuned according to the mean-tone system. Stetches. Eight Short P;eces for the Pianoforte. By Walter Wesche. Part I. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS first part contains only four numbers, and after the fashion set by Schumann, and so faithfully followed by modern composers, each one has a superscription. The general title of the work answers thoroughly to the character of the music, which is fresh, pleasing, and, moreover, modern in spirit. Tocscztin. Pour le Piano. Par L. Palmieri. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS is a pretty little piece; not difficult, though requiring a neat finger and a light touch. The incessant semiquavers divided between the two hands and some of which have to be accentuated in order to bring out the graceful melody, make of this Toccatina an excellent piece for teaching purposes. for Lent or Good Friday; " Why seek ye the living ? " " It ye then be risen with Christ," and '4 Eye hath not seen." These are all what may be termed seasonable anthemsthat is to say, most suitable for special occasions in the ChurchXs year-and should be very warmly welcomed in places where adult male voices are not available. No. 47I is " Be ye therefore followers of God,' by Alfred S. Baker a four-part anthem without solo parts, smoothly written in a church-like style, and in A flat, a key that was, of course, not available when organs were tuned according to the mean-tone system. Stetches. Eight Short P;eces for the Pianoforte. By Walter Wesche. Part I. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS first part contains only four numbers, and after the fashion set by Schumann, and so faithfully followed by modern composers, each one has a superscription. The general title of the work answers thoroughly to the character of the music, which is fresh, pleasing, and, moreover, modern in spirit. Tocscztin. Pour le Piano. Par L. Palmieri. [Robert Cocks and Co.] THIS is a pretty little piece; not difficult, though requiring a neat finger and a light touch. The incessant semiquavers divided between the two hands and some of which have to be accentuated in order to bring out the graceful melody, make of this Toccatina an excellent piece for teaching purposes.
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