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PUBLISHED BY OLIVER DITSON AND COMPANY, 451 WASHINGTON STREET,
1878.

INDEX.

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Concert-Giving, an Innovation in.
334
Concert Pianists and Piano Teachers. J. C.
Fillmore....

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ard...
Arts, the Latest of the. Ibid...
"Around the World in Eighty Days."
Trade Review..

King,'
Catalani, Mme. Belgravia..
Caxton Exhibition, The, of Music Printing.
Athenæum...

Milwaukee, Wis.

.36, 101, 336

.53, 71, 79

Newport R. I....

21, 183, 243

141

New York........5, 15, 21, 29, 141, 152, 183, 197, 221, 343
Notre Dame, Ind..

92

330

345

Mus.

205

72

A Royal Composer: Gr. Duke of Saxe-Co-
burg

Bach, J. S. His Cantatas, 4; Christmas
Oratorio, 22, 31, 36, 38, 158, 226; Cha-
conne for Violin, 150, 335; Concertos for
three Pianos, 214, 278; Concerto for
four Pianos, 276; his Chorals, for Wor-
ship and for Practice..
Bach Choir, The, in London, 20, 88, 226;
Bach Society in London.
Bach, J. S., and his Ancestors: by P. Spitta.
Lond Mus Times, 26; Sketch of his Life
and Works, from Grove's Dictionary of
Music

Bazin, Francois

Chaucer's Verse..
Chicago Musical College, The..
Chopin: his Letters, &c., destroyed in War-
saw. Karasowski's Memoir, 33; his First
Meeting with George Sand (Ibid.), 41;
new Life of, by Karasowski, 98; his
Works and Genius, by L. Ehlert, 97,
105; Mr. Dannreuther's Lecture on.... 172
Church Music, in America. (Rev. H. G.
Spaulding.) 53; Lutheran Compared
with English, 146, 155; a National, by
W. J. Patten..
Cincinnati: New College of Music. .295, 300, 302
195"Classic" defined by Ruskin..
63

270

187, 194

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Cecilia, The: Choral Society in Boston.
President's Report for 1877, 93; for 1878, 303
.233, 265, 279

Oberlin, O..

Philadelphia..

272
5

325, 336, 344, 357

157

8

150

172

.134, 264

190

241

323

Ditson, Oliver, & Co.'s New Ware Rooms.
Sunday Times..
104
Doctors of Music. Lond. Mus. Standard... 277
Dwight's Journal of Music: Change of Pub-
lishers..
294, 302, 310, 326

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Eichberg, Julius: Violin School..
Essipoff, Mme. Annette: Six Piano Recitals.
Fay. Miss Amy...
95, 126, 143
Handel and Haydn Society: "Joshua," with
Miss Thursby, &c., 7; Fourth Triennial Festi-
tival (May, 1877.) 22, 30, 38; "Elijah," at the
Tabernacle, with Mme. Pappenheim, C. R.
Adams, &c., 47, 118; "Messiah," Do.. with
Miss Thursby, Messrs. Wilkie, Whitney, &c.,
54; Rossini's "Stabat," &c., with Miss Henne,
C, R. Adams, &c., 126; Bach's "Christmas
Oratorio" and the "Messiah " at Christmas,
158; "St. Paul," with Pappenheim, Miss Dras-
dil, &c., 199; "Creation" at Easter (Thursby),
222; Verdi's Requiem...
.231, 238, 350
Harvard Musical Association, 6; Thirteenth Sea-
son, 134, 142, 150, 159, 166, 182, 191, 198, 206, 214,
224; Fourteenth Season..
Hills, J. A., and Pupils....

Beethoven: his Violin Concerto, 6; Fidelio,
15, 275; 9th Symphony at Leipzig, 17;
5th Symphony, 134; Pastoral Do.,
183; 7th Do., 183; 8th Do., 214; Over-
ture, op. 115 ("Namensfeier "), 142;
Sonatas, 143, 230; String Quartets..... 175
Beethoven: his exhaustless range, 9; After
Wagner, 9; German Criticisms on
Thayer's Life of, 42, 49; Beethoven Fes-
tival at Bonn in 1845, from Diary of
Moscheles, 89; his Last Years, 161;
Characteristics of his Musie, by Geo.
Grove....
..257, 266
Beethoven Literature. a Critical Contribu-
tion to. A. W. Thayer. 121, 129, 137,
145, 151; his Famous Love-letter. A.
W. Thayer..

Contrapuntal Style, The. Oulibicheff, &c., 289
Cramer, J. B. E. Dannreuther.
Cronyn, Miss Lizzie...
CONCERTS IN BOSTON:

Abbott, Miss Emma..

Apollo Club...

Bailey, Miss Lillian.

27
Conductorship, Musical (Ferd. Hiller), 73; of
New York Philharmonic...
Conservatoire, The, in Paris. Grove's Dic-
tionary...

323

337

323
151, 159

Alhaiza Italian Troupe..

23

24, 47, 167, 223, 247

335

Billings, Miss..

Boston Conservatory.

..175, 231
15
.54, 119, 191, 328, 342
Boylston Club,......24, 47, 167, 191, 222, 255, 311, 351
Cecilia, The, 7, 47, 167, 182, 206; (Acis and Gala-
tea,)..

Eddy, H. Clarence, of Chicago, Organist,
..21, 125, 294
Ehlert, Louis, Translations from: on Chop-
in..
.....97, 105
Engel, Carl, on the Literature of National
Music. Lond. Mus. Times..281, 289, 314, 322
English Musical Terminology, Defects in.
W. S. B. Mathews...
107
English National Anthem, The.. .53, 71, 79
English Opera: Sketch of its History, by
C. K. Salaman..
.43, 50, 59, 66
Epiglottis, The, by Harry Wheeler.
Essipoff. Mme. Annette: Piano Recitals in
Boston..

212

31

246

Fay, Miss Amy, the Pianist... .95, 126, 143
Female Voice Culture. E. E. Hale..

220

39
31

Flotow, Baron von: his "Alma L'Incanta-
trice." Athenæum...
Franz, Robert: his Songs, 199; his Addition-
al Accompaniments to Handel's "L'Al-
legro," &c., 236; Do. to Handel's "Ju-
bilate," 253; Do. to Bach's and Handel's
Scores (W. F. Apthorp),........291, 297, 306
French Opera: its history..

236

181

French National Song. Journal des Débats,
290
196; Collections of.....
French Music: Spirit of, by Herr Pauer.... 201
French Uncleanness (Opera Bouffe.) Phila-
delphia Bulletin..

140

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7 Gade, Niels W., by Robert Schumann, 49;
his Ottetto in F..
Garden Concerts..

196

286

24

-New England Conservatory...
Orth, John: Piano Recitals..
Perabo, Ernst: Chamber Concerts.
Perkins Inst. for the Blind...

.63, 223

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215, 359

135, 175, 182

German Music: Spirit of, compared with

224

Phillipps, Miss Matilda: Farewell...

223

Italian and French. Herr Pauer.
Gerster, Mme. Ethelka....

201

.93, 321

Transfer

5-5

5 104

258
153

120, 181

Macfarren, Dr. G. A.: His English Operas,
60; his Oratorio "Joseph,"
Guicciardi, Julia, and Beethoven..
Managerial Trumpeters (G. T. Bulling) 309
Gye, the London Opera Manager: Obituary, 360 Marcello: his 18th Psalm...
Mario Testimonial Fund, in London, 252;
Mario at Home..
Massenet, Jules: his "Le Roi de Lahore,"
76; his Suite on Scenes from Shakes-
peare..

Meddlesome "Interviewers,".
Mendelssohn: his Piano

246, 249

Preludes and
Fugues (Schumann), 73; his "Athalie,"
182, 207, 209; "St. Paul," 199, 214; his
Early Symphonies, (G. G.)...
Mendelssohn in Paris: letter from J. Rosen-
hain..

36

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250

Baden-Baden..

27

Brussels.
Cassel

299

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Erfurt...

276

Glasgow.

Gloucester, England..

Goerlitz..

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Gounod, Chas.: his "Cinq Mars," 19; first
production of his "Polyeucte," 337, 355;
his remarkable life in England..........
Grieg, Edw.: Concerto in A minor, op. 16.. 166
Grove, George: his new Dictionary of
Music and Musicians," 190, 342; his
"Characteristics of Beethoven,"...257, 266
Growth, The, of Musical Ideas. G. T. Bul-
ling..

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Hamburg: Second Centenary Jubilee of its
Town Theatre.....
Hamerik, Asger: his "Jewish Trilogy,'
Hamerling, and Goldschmidt: "The Seven
Deadly Sins," (Dr. Hanslick),......185, 193
Handel: his "Joshua," 7; "Israel in Egypt,'
Messiah," 54, 60;
39, 69;
"Solomon,'
116: 'L'Allegro," etc., as edited by
Franz, 236; "Jubilate," Do., 253; "Acis
and Galatea,"
Handel and Haydn Society (Boston); Annu-
al Meeting, May, 1877..
Hanslick, Dr. Edward: His career, 270;
from his critical writings: on Adelina
Patti, 136; on "The Seven Deadly Sins,'
185, 193; on Wagner's "Parsifal," 210;
on the Music of the Paris Exposition... 273
Harriers-Wippern, the Berlin Prima Donna:
341
Death of.
Harvard University: its classes in Music... 247
Harvard Musical Association: Its plea for
Symphony Concerts and a permanent
Orchestra in Boston.. .294, 310, 327, 334
..192, 324

...

Hauck, Miss Minnie....
Haydn: his "Military" Symphony, 6; other
Symphonies, 198; his Quartets, a bene-
diction (F. Hiller), 70; how he composed
his first Opera..

Heavenly Music, The: a Fable, from the
German..

Heller, Stephen: his "Life and Works," by
M. Barbadette...
Hiller, Ferd. His "Song of Victory," J.S.D.
28, 38; Translations from his "Briefe an
eine Ungenannte," 70, 73; his Sympho-
ny in C, 139; Hiller at Stuttgart.....
Hofmann, Heinrich: his "Fair Melusina,". 167
Holstein, Franz von: his "Die Hoch-
länder,"

INDEX.

Kuester, Hermann: his musical lectures and
death.

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Worcester, Mass.

.48, 55, 95, 111, 151, 319

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"Leit-Motiven," Wagner's...
Leipzig: its Gewandhaus Concerts, 17; its
Musical Conservatory, 61; Thomas-
Schule...
120
Lichtenberg, Leopold, the young violinist,
135, 150
Liebling, Emil, the pianist, 21, 207, 222, 255, 295
Liebling, S., pianist..
..119, 215
Liszt, Franz: his "Lessons" and Matinées
in Weimar, 103, 113; described by Mr.
Dannreuther, 172; his Hand, (Miss
Brewster), 220; Liszt, on the Music of
the Tziganes.
269
Lutheran Church Music, Compared with
the English.....
...146, 155

312

Berlin.....62, 125, 144, 171, 204, 213, 214, 256, 268, 269
270, 286, 304, 312
......164, 192
.125, 312
..69, 341
261, 286
286
.163, 213
.261, 284
168, 178
.96, 109, 115

Leeds, England..

286

Hymn."

MUSIC IN VOL. XXXVIII:

Three Motets, etc., concluded.
Cantata: "Spring's Message," by N.
W. Gade.

Part-Song: "Welcome, Sweet May,"
by R. Franz.

Part-Song: "The Wood," by George
Vierling.

Part-Song: "Faith in Spring," by R.
Franz.

Part-Song: "The Nun," by Schu-

mann.

Music and Musical Degrees at Cambridge,
England, 1, 68; at University of Lon-
don, 85; at Harvard, 247; the Modern
School of, from R. G. White's "Three
Periods (Atlantic Monthly), 46; Who
will endow it in the University (Har-
vard)? 78. 102, 110; With the Blind, 83,
147, 224, 353; Printing, 92; in the House,
by John Hullah, 100; in Theatres, 197; a
Century's Development in this Country
(L. B. Barnes), 217; Music and Poetry,
(G. T. Bulling), 233; Music Teachers, a
crowded profession, (Boston Herald),
259; Too Much of it, 262; Without a
Master (H. C. Lunn), 267; of the Paris
Exposition (Dr. Hanslick), 273; Doctors
of, 277; Music-Thinking, (W. S. B.
Mathews)..
305
Musical Colleges, Academies, Conservato-
ries: at Chicago, 8; at New York, 216;
Philadelphia, 283; at Cincinnati...300, 302
Musical Festivals: International at Paris,
184, 253, 264. 273, 285, 293; at Cincinnati,
(3d Biennial), 212, 236, 244, 254; at Er-
furt, 284; Worcester, England, 316;
Worcester, Mass., 319; Norwich, Eng-
land..
Musical Jottings, 9; "Motives" and Wag-
ner's "Leit-Motive," 62; Stupefaction
(N. Y. Times), 74; Optimism, 80; Con-
tests, at the Conservatoire, 95; Form,
Mc'Naught's Lectures, 106; Terminolo-
gy, its defects, 107; "Professors," 108;
Education, National (H. H. Statham),
234; Ideas, Growth of (G. T. Bulling).. 258

332

National Musical Education (H. H. Stat-
ham)..
234
National Music, Literature of (Carl Engel),
281, 289, 314, 322
Neuendorff, Adolph: Conductor of Mr.
Fryer's German Opera, 13, 14; Conduc-
tor of New York Philharmonic Society,
317, 323
Nilsson-Rouzaud, Mdme. Christine.....64, 93
Notes and Queries, A. W. T............. .111, 260
Notes on our Musical Progress in the Past
277, 285, 304, 325, 329, 340, 350
Century. L. B. Barnes..
217
Novello Clara, in Rome. Miss Anne Brews-.

.32, 96, 120, 125, 181
.77, 96
286
.116, 135
Leipzig....11, 32, 120, 125, 133, 139, 146, 148, 165, 174,
180, 188, 203, 213, 228, 238, 256, 270, 312,
317, 333, 340
London, 1, 2, 9, 11, 19, 20, 52, 60, 69, 72, 77, 83, 87,
92, 96, 124, 149, 165, 166, 169, 189, 195, 205, 208,
224, 226, 247, 252, 256 261, 263, 274, 276,
.226, 286, 312
72, 341

No. 1-5.
No. 6-12.

No. 13-14.

No. 15-16.

No. 16-17.
No. 18.

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Opera in Boston: Fryer's Wagner Festival,
(Pappenheim, Adams, etc.), 6, 12, 14,
126; Prospect of Mapleson's Troupe,
341; in New York, 74, 87, 128, 196, 263,
278, 287, 319, 340; in Philadelphia, 144,
157, 283; in Baltimore, 336; in Chicago
(Marie Roze), 181; (Kellogg, Cary, etc.) 349
Opera Abroad: in Leipzig, 17, 37, 133, 140,
148, 165, 181, 189, 204, 229, 238, 317, 333;
in Paris, 19, 76, 236, 337; in London, 19,
77, 92, 205, 224, 248, 261, 263, 274, 278,
285; in Berlin, 62, 171, 204, 268, 286, 312;
in Munich, 341; in Hamburg, 120, 181;
in Cassel, 125, 312; in Vienna, 174, 213,
260, 312; in Dresden....

Opera: English (C. K. Salaman), 43, 50, 59,
66; Shakespeare in, 89; a permanent,
in Boston (Advertiser), 140; in the Ver-
nacular, 287; a Hundred Years Ago,
(Pall Mall Gazette), 293; Bouffe, Decay
of, 311; at Pompeii...

213

328

Paris....19, 76, 85, 91, 95, 176, 184, 213, 236, 253, 256,
260, 264, 270, 273, 279, 283, 285, 293, 311, 312, 337, 357
328
Pompeii, Italy.
.176, 181. 219, 276
53, 81, 96
276, 312

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Vienna.....32, 72, 124, 173, 185, 193, 213, 260, 312, 341
Weimar.
103, 113, 341

316

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200

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295

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