A Part-Song Catalogue

D. Baptie
1893 The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular  
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more » ... en " Trilogy was to be performed for the first time in the Hungarian language, last month at Buda-Pesth, under the conductorship of M. Rebicek. A most enthusiastic reception was accorded to Wagner's '; Die Meistersinger " at the Teatro Regio, in Turin, where the work was produced, for the first time, on December 28 last. Wagner's "Nibelungen " Trilogy was to be performed for the first time in the Hungarian language, last month at Buda-Pesth, under the conductorship of M. Rebicek. A most enthusiastic reception was accorded to Wagner's '; Die Meistersinger " at the Teatro Regio, in Turin, where the work was produced, for the first time, on December 28 last. Wagner's "Nibelungen " Trilogy was to be performed for the first time in the Hungarian language, last month at Buda-Pesth, under the conductorship of M. Rebicek. A most enthusiastic reception was accorded to Wagner's '; Die Meistersinger " at the Teatro Regio, in Turin, where the work was produced, for the first time, on December 28 last. Wagner's "Nibelungen " Trilogy was to be performed for the first time in the Hungarian language, last month at Buda-Pesth, under the conductorship of M. Rebicek. A most enthusiastic reception was accorded to Wagner's '; Die Meistersinger " at the Teatro Regio, in Turin, where the work was produced, for the first time, on December 28 last. THE MUSI(DAL TIA1ES.--FEBRUARY I, I893. THE MUSI(DAL TIA1ES.--FEBRUARY I, I893. THE MUSI(DAL TIA1ES.--FEBRUARY I, I893. THE MUSI(DAL TIA1ES.--FEBRUARY I, I893. lo7 lo7 lo7 lo7 Tschaikowsky's new one-act opera " Iolantha " (the libretto founded upon Henrik Hertz's novel " King Rene's Daughter ") was produced last month at the Hamburz Stadt-Theater, under the direction of Herr Mahler, but can scarcely be said to have scored a success. Another new operatic work, " Iolanda," the subject taken from the same source, and set to music bythe Russian composer Yufferoff, was announced to be performed at St. Petersburg last month. Yet another one-act opera, " Yolande," libretto and music by a young French composer, M. Alberic Magnard, which appears to have met with little more than a succes d'estime nvas brought out at the Theatre de la Monnaie, Brussels, on December 27 last. M. Camille Saint-Saens is just now staying in Algiers where he is engaged upon completing the score of an unfinished opera by the late M. Guiraud. A correspondent reports to us, from Darmstadt, the very favourable reception accorded to the first performance, at the Hof-Theater, on the 8th ult. of Herr Bruno Oelsner's one-act opera " Vardhamana," already alluded to in our Notes in connection with the recent first performance of the work at Cassel. Herr Oelsner is a member of the Darmstadt Orchestra and a pupil of Herr de Haan, the excellent capellmeister at the Hof-Theater. At a recent sale of Autographs held at Berlin the sum of ten pounds was paid for a manuscript by Mendelssohn bearing the title of " Duetto for pianoforte, Allegro lbrillan te. " Dr. Hans von Bulow, who has been somewhat seriously indisposed of late, is undergoing a treatment for a neuralgic complaint at an institution near Berlin. His place as Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Concerts was taken last month by Herr Felix Mottl, of Bayreuth reputation. Another of the ever-increasing number of one-act operas made its successful debut recently at the Krollsche Theater in Berlin. It is entitled " Der Schwur," and as regards the nature of its subject and the treatment thereof may be looked upon as a pendant to " Cavalleria Rusticana."
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