» » » The Harmonicon. Part the First

The Harmonicon. Part the First

The Harmonicon. Part the First
Category: Music / Periodicals
Author: Various
Title: The Harmonicon. Part the First
Release Date: 2018-04-23
Type book: Text
Copyright Status: Public domain in the USA.
Date added: 27 March 2019
Count views: 98
Read book
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 127

Transcriber’s Notes

This e-text is based on ‘The Harmonicon, Part the First,’ from1833. Inconsistent spelling and hyphenation have been retained, butpunctuation and typographical errors have been corrected. Uncommon andoutdated spelling has not been altered.

In the table of contents, the ‘Foreign Musical Reports’ forthe towns of Marienburg and Nurenberg have no correlation to anypassages in the text. In some tables, the numbering of items seemsto be incorrect. Since the source of error cannot be determined, thenumbering scheme has been retained.

‘Months’ have been printed at the bottom of the pages in theoriginal. These references have been changed into side notes at the topof the corresponding page for each new month.

THE
HARMONICON.


1833.


PART THE FIRST,

CONTAINING

ESSAYS, CRITICISMS, BIOGRAPHY, FOREIGN REPORTS,

AND

MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE.


LONDON:

PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, GREEN,AND LONGMAN,
PATERNOSTER-ROW.

LONDON:
PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES.
Duke Street, Lambeth.


[Pg iii]

PART THE FIRST.


ESSAYS, CRITICISMS, AND MISCELLANIES.

CONTENTS.

I. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS.

 
Page
Ayrton, Edmund, Mus. D.
Batten, Adrian
Blake, William, D.D.
Danby, John
Dupuis, Thomas S., Mus. D.
Garcia, Manuel del P. V.
Hayes, William. Mus. D.
Herold, Louis J. F.
King, Charles, M.B.
Kircher, Anastasius
Mersenne, Marin
Metastasio, (Pietro Trapassi)
Paxton, Stephen
Righini, Vincenzo
Rubini, Gian B.
Smith, John Stafford
Spofforth, Reginald
Stevens, Richard James Samuel
Tamburini, Antonio
Travers, John
Tudway, Thomas
Webbe, Samuel
Weldon, John
Zelter, Carl Friedrich

II. MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS, CORRESPONDENCE,NOTICES, &c.

Amateur’s Musical Party, at the Freemasons’ Tavern
Ancient Concerts, the Leader of the
Anders, M., historical notices relative to the Violin, by
Barnett, (Mr.) and the Philharmonic Society
Base Voice, on the
Beethoven, a theoretical work, by
Beethoven’s Opinion of Contemporary Composers
Beethoven on Canon
Beethoven, Characteristic Traits and Anecdotes of
Belgium, on the actual state of music in
Bellini’s last Opera
Birmingham Musical Festival
Burney, (Dr.) Memoirs of, by Mad. D’Arblay
51, 75, 99, 121
Cambridge Commencement
Canon, on, by Beethoven
Castel-Blaze, (M.) notice of Tamburini, by
Cathedral Service and Lord Henley
Characteristic Anecdotes and Traits of Beethoven
Choirs, Ecclesiastical, of Great Britain and Ireland—Armagh—Canterbury
Commemoration of Sir Thomas Gresham
Concerts, Memoirs of the Metropolitan
Concerts at Oxford, and on the State of Music at both Universities
Composers, contemporary, Beethoven’s opinion of
Compositions of Handel, on some
Critique, a German
D’Arblay, (Mad.) Memoirs of Dr. Burney, by
51, 75, 99, 121
Ecclesiastical Choirs of Great Britain and Ireland—Armagh—Canterbury
Fallacies of some Writers on Music
Fashionable Music, rules for composing
Fétis, (M.) an Official Note to
Fortunatus, the new German Opera of
German Opera, Fortunatus, a new
Glasgow Amateur Society
Glee Club, the Manchester Gentlemen’s
Glees, on Prizes for
Gresham Prize Medal for 1832
Gresham, Sir Thomas, Commemoration of
Handel, on some compositions of
Harmonics of the Violin
Hints to Leaders and Conductors
Leader of the Ancient Concerts
Leaders and Conductors, hints to
Lindley’s (Mr. G.) Answer to Mr. Gödbé
Liverpool Amateur Society
Lord Henley and the Cathedral Service
Lyre, on the re-introduction of
‘Mad Tom of Bedlam,’ the Song of
Maelzel’s new Metronome
[Pg iv] Manchester Gentlemen’s Glee Club
Melody, a treatise on
Melody and Harmony, Mr. D. Walker on
Memoirs of Dr. Burney, by Mad. D’Arblay
51, 75, 99, 121
Metropolitan Concerts, Memoirs of the
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ... 127
Comments (0)
Free online library ideabooks.net