enjoying marches, polkas, and different items with a spirit and a precision which reflected very nice credit on their type instructor. Their smart new uniforms, and numerous brass wind instruments, imparted quite a festive air to the scene . Many of us recollect the old “Soldiers’ Chorus” (under Mr. Lyster) once we had Signor Gassner’s splendid band of the fiftieth marching on to the scene and enjoying their martial music to the accompanying refrain, and the “vivats” of the crowd on the stage and within the auditorium . Many pre-existing works by Gassner also seem on the band lists for his band’s weekly outside performances in the Domain and Botanical Gardens,
However, he misplaced practically all his pupils simply when his fame as a trainer stood on the highest, owing to an assault case which was made public by Mr. Alfred Moule, then musical critic to the “Age,” bringing the matter before the Police Court.
The following Songs, as sung at Madame Francesca Allen’s Grand Evening Concert, with unbounded applause. The Irish Emigrant; They Say there might be Some Distant Land, The Old Arm Chair, &c., 60 Sixty Polkas, 1s. GIBBS &c CO., 377, Pitt-street. ROYAL ALBERT THEATRE, – TO-NIGHT the greatest talent in Sydney. Pianist, Mrs. Gibbs; violinist, Mr. John Gibbs.
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Selection – “Faust,” Gounod; 6. The nice band of the 50th Regiment, beneath the path of Signor Gassner, was stationed in the orchestra and performed a choice of in style valses and opera music . We hope to-morrow to seek out room for the programme of the music to be played by the nice bands of Queen’s Own, and the 4th Regiment, underneath the path of Signor Gassner and Herr Koesel.
dearly loved aunt of Lucy, Florence, and Canon Homfray, aged 98 vears. On the 16th prompt, at his residence, Branga Park, Walcha, New England, Francis Girard, Esq., aged 67 years. FRENCH LANGUAGE AND DANCING, QUADRILLES, COUNTRY DANCES, WALTZES, &c. TAUGHT AT No. four, MACQUARIE-STREET. MONSIEUR GIRARD, in presenting his honest Thanks to the Public for the very liberal Encouragement which he has uniformly experienced, begs to recommend the Advantage which Ladies and Gentlemen would derive, by being furnished, a number of Days previous to any Ball,
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The commicalities of “Brodder Bones” produced roars of laughter, which were only checked by the grave and solemn airs assumed by Messieurs “Flutina” and “Banjo.” “Miss Lucy Lond” did in reality, “dance to the music,” and her (or his) terpsichorean feats elicited unbounded applause. The Shakesperian readings were a novelty of their means – and the rendering of “Woman’s Rights” by the old dame, with the tin coal scuttle bonnet on, approximated to perfection.
Music being addressed to the ear, and depending for a continuance of the delight, it first yields to frequent renewal of those manifestations that are essential in direction of the show of the writer’s powers, and are oftener marred than mended in the operation. Its results, in comparison with those of the sister arts, are extremely evanescent.
There was a tolerably good attendance . Mr. Lillywhite acted as conductor, and Mr. Chapman as chief. Herr Kunze presided on the piano, and Mr. Light on the harmonium.
Musical concepts may heightened with the best rapidity. The poet requires longer time to appropriate the rhythm, and render the sense intelligible. The painter and sculptor require nonetheless farther time and labour to complete their works, which, nonetheless nicely conceived, could in the course of the time that elapses between the first hasty outline and the completion of the piece, lose much of the spirit and fantastic thing about which the original conception gave promise.
Now that they are about, to depart us, we will solely specific our regret, and hope, as we consider – that wherever they and their gifted Isabella MELODIA conductor go, they’ll win the identical warm esteem, appreciation, and respect they have gained in “Auld Reekie.” A charming set of waltzes, by M.
Of course they do not read so well as they sounded within the mouth of the author; nonetheless they are clever, and most of the hits are worth remembering. The writer is Mr. Egremont-Gee, of Rundle-street. GATLAND On the twenty sixth April at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. A. A. Pratt, “Viewforth,” Whitehall-street, Footscray, Thomas Gatland, late of St. James’s Cathedral, West Melbourne, aged 79 years. For a few years a member of Melbourne Deutsche Liedertafel, additionally Philharmonic Society, Melbourne.