Brief Chronicle of the Last Month [stub]

1854 The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular  
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During this interval, an Opera of his in three acts (Hughes de Zonnerghem) was performed at the Ghent theatre; and shortly afters a comic Opera in one act, called " La Comedie A la ville." In 1849, the period of his delay being expired, he went to Paris; and having stayed there some months, visited Italy, France, Germany, and Spair, at the expense of the Belgian government. He returned to Ghent in 1852 i and having spent some time with his parents, last winter returned to Paris, where he was warmly received by his friends, who introduced him to M. Perrin and M. Seveste. A countryman of M. G&vaert's, the distinguished librettiste, Gustave Vaiza, wrote a comic opera for him to set, " Georgette," the piece which, has recently been produced with such marked success at the Theatre Lyrlque. musician, M. Gfvaert's father placed his son with a distinguished artist, Mengal, who belonged to the Conservatoire at Ghent. He had not been there long, when he gained the prize for harmony; in the following year, that for counterpoint; and in 1847, the Conservatoire at Brussels awarded him the prize which entitled him to visit Rome. His family, dreading the dangers of a voyage to Italy, pleaded for adelay of two years. During this interval, an Opera of his in three acts (Hughes de Zonnerghem) was performed at the Ghent theatre; and shortly afters a comic Opera in one act, called " La Comedie A la ville." In 1849, the period of his delay being expired, he went to Paris; and having stayed there some months, visited Italy, France, Germany, and Spair, at the expense of the Belgian government. He returned to Ghent in 1852 i and having spent some time with his parents, last winter returned to Paris, where he was warmly received by his friends, who introduced him to M. Perrin and M. Seveste. A countryman of M. G&vaert's, the distinguished librettiste, Gustave Vaiza, wrote a comic opera for him to set, " Georgette," the piece which, has recently been produced with such marked success at the Theatre Lyrlque. musician, M. Gfvaert's father placed his son with a distinguished artist, Mengal, who belonged to the Conservatoire at Ghent. He had not been there long, when he gained the prize for harmony; in the following year, that for counterpoint; and in 1847, the Conservatoire at Brussels awarded him the prize which entitled him to visit Rome. His family, dreading the dangers of a voyage to Italy, pleaded for adelay of two years. During this interval, an Opera of his in three acts (Hughes de Zonnerghem) was performed at the Ghent theatre; and shortly afters a comic Opera in one act, called " La Comedie A la ville." In 1849, the period of his delay being expired, he went to Paris; and having stayed there some months, visited Italy, France, Germany, and Spair, at the expense of the Belgian government. He returned to Ghent in 1852 i and having spent some time with his parents, last winter returned to Paris, where he was warmly received by his friends, who introduced him to M. Perrin and M. Seveste. A countryman of M. G&vaert's, the distinguished librettiste, Gustave Vaiza, wrote a comic opera for him to set, " Georgette," the piece which, has recently been produced with such marked success at the Theatre Lyrlque. DURING THE LAST MONTH , Published by J. A. NOVELLO. ILLER, FERDINAND. ALL THEY THAT TRUST IN THEE, LORD. The I25th Psalm. Composed for a Tenor Solo, Chorus, and Orchestra, and Dedicated to his Friend, G. A. MACFARREN. Pianoforte Score, 3s. Dedicated (by permission) to the Lord Bishop of Oxford. pAROLS for CHRISTMAS-TIDE, Set to Ancient Melodies by the REV. THOMAS HELMORE, M.A. Words principally in imitation of the original, by the REV. J. M. NEALE, M.A. i8mo. size, 6d.; Ditto, post-free, 7d.; Ditto, in packets of fifty, 2ts.; Ditto, bound in scarlet cloth, is. i The Words only, i d.; Ditto, in packets of 50, 5s. These Carols may be sung by a solo voice, with accompaniment, for the piano or organ, in which form they are printed in music folio. Ad libitum vocal parts for alto, tenor, and bass, have been added, in order that, when these voices are present, the harmony may be rendered complete without an instrument. The Volume, folio music size, 4s. 6d. AYLEY, WM. CANTATE DOMINO and PEUS MISEREATUR, in F. is. 6d. RADLEY, THOMAS (Ossetti. GOD IS VERY GREATLY TO BE FEARED, Verse Anthem for Five Voices. 2s. -PRAISE THE LORD O MY SOUL, Verse Anthem for Five Voices. 2s. BEETHOVEN. ENGEDI, OR DAVID IN THE WILDERNESS. Mount of Olives. The Wind Parts, viz., Flutes, 1st and and, 4s.; Oboes, ist and 2nd, 3s. 8d.; Clarinetts, ist and 2nd, 4s.; Bassoons, ist and 2nd: 5s. 8d.; Horns, Ist and 2nd, 2s. 4d.; Trumpets, Ist and 2nd, 8d.; Trombones, Alto and Tenor, Is. 4d.; Trombone, Bass, s. ; Drums, Is. W EBER'S MASS IN E FLAT. The Separate Vocal Parts:-Soprano, loid. ; Alto, gd.; Tenor, gd.; and Bass, gd. ----
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