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" Now in her Green Mantle," a Glee for Four a body of variegated and well chosen
Voices, as sung by Mrs. Vaugbar, Messrs. melodies, that do much credit to the W. Knyvett, Peugbon, and 7. B. Sale. selector's judgment, and will be found Composed by William Knyvett, esq. 15. 6d. highly acceptable to the public.
This glee, in which we find several A Solemn Hymn for Trinity Sunday. Composed appropriate and pleasing passages, is, by Henry Harington, M.D. 15. though slight in its texture, woven to. This hymn is composed for three gether with considerable ingenuity, and voices; and may be sung either by bespeaks much familiarity with this spe. treble, tenor, and bass, two trebles and a cies of coinposition. The four parts buss, or counter-tenor, tenor, and bass. are evidently intended for a bass, tenor, The inelody is soleinn and affecting, and counter-tenor, and soprano; why, there the parts are put together with a mastery 'fore, Mr. Knyvett has written the tenor thai' bespeaks a familiar acquaintance part in its proper chiff, and the counter with the secrets of good composition. tenor part in the treble cliff, we confess
TESS Haydn's Quartett, (No. 11.) Arranged for ourselves at a loss to conceive, since the P,
the Piano-forte, by Dr. Crotch. Ss. Gu. every reason, that we are aware of, that
The arrangeinent of this composition
The arrans could be offered for giving the treble lies so far within the large compass of cliff to the counter-tenor part, must be Dr. Crotch's professional qualifications, equally cogent for the adoption of the that we scarcely need say that all which same cliff in the tenor part,
real taste and science can achieve in An Anglo-Caledonian Air, with Variations for so humble a task, has been here accoms
obe Piano-forte. Composed and dedicated to plished. Miss Baillie, of Grosvenor-street, by 7. B. Three Senatas for be Piano-forte or Harpa Cramer, esq. 35.
Composed by F. Finillo. 85. Mr. Cramer bas produced, in the pre. These sonatas, which are interspersed 'sent emanation of his genius, an exer- with English, Welshi, and Scolish, cise for the piano-furte, from which the National Airs, are obviously designed juvenile practitioner will derive much for the practice of the juvenile finger. pleasure as well as profit. The general They are easy in their style, will prove style of the music of these pages is pleasant to the ear that is not lastidious, fiorid, free, and playful: the most is and are certainly calculated to improve made of the theme, which, if not sirik. the young practitioner. ingly sweet, is considerably attractive, « Our Arms were pild," a Song on the gloa and the aggregate effect is worthy the
rious and ever-memorable Battle of Barrosa, long-acknowledged talents of the com- 1s. 64. poser.
Of the zeal and loyalty of the music Number VII. of National Melodies, consisting and poetry of this song, (which are
of the most admired Airs of England, Ireo expressly dedicated to the army of land, Scotland, and Wales, Arranged as Great Britain), we can speak in terms Rondes, or with Variations for sbe Piano- of unqualified approbation. This, the muforte, 25. 6d.
sical poet, or poet-musician, may claim The present Number of the work of our justice; and our cundour will, contains the celebrated Irish Air of perhaps, be best shown by confining our “ Langolee." The variations are by remarks to these acknowledged merits. Mr. Augustus Mewes, and do credit to his laste and ingenuity in embellishment: Tue public are waiting with anxiety though we must say that Mr. M. some for the concluding Number of the first what too frequently, and too widely, series of Dr. Clarke's Handel. Wo digresses from his subject.
partake, we must confess, of the geneMusical Curiosities, or a Selection of National ral interest this important and highly
Songs and Airs, by Edward Jones, Bard useful work has excited, and hope that to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent. the scientific and ingenious Editor means 10s. 6d.
to prosecute his undertaking to its just Mr. Jones, of whose industry, as a conclusion, by going through all the gleaner of national music, we have often great and proininently-popular compose had occasion to speak, has furnished, in sitions of the great author to whom lig the present collection, a great number has been devoting his scientific labors. of popular, and some exceedingly curious, Dr. Hague, Professor of Music ta foreign and domestic airs. The whole the University of Cambridge, is circu. occupies forty-two folio pages, and formis lating proposals for publishing, by sub
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