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Review of New Musical Publications. has been, for the most part, very fuccefs- genius, and induces us to recommend fully employed. The different objects of Mr. Rhodes to a close and constant inftru&tion are arranged with judgment, ftudy of composition; by which we are and his ideas explained with perspicuity, certain he would foon arrive at excellence We cannot, therefore, dismiss the article as a composer. without bestowing upon it a considerable The favourite duet of “ Tink a Tink,” sung portion of praise, and recommending it by Mrs. Bland and Mr. Bannister, jun. in to the sedulous attention of all musical
the opera of Blue Beard ; arranged as a students.
rondo for the piano-forte, by D. Steibelt. “ Black Beard," a grand ballet spectacle, as
Longman and Broderip. performed at the Royal Circus; composed
“ Tink a Tink," as here ingeniand adapted for the piano-forte, by 7. San- ously arranged by Mr. STEIBALT, forms derfor.3s. Longman and Broderip. a pleasing rondo for the piano forte, and
Mr. SANDERSON, in the ballet of will be found improving to the finger of “ Black Beard,” has evinced increasing the young practitioner. The favourite musical knowledge, and an improving duet sung by Mrs. Crouch and Miss fancy. The overture poffefies much DE CAMP, in the blue chamber, is introvariety, and is so ingeniously constructed duced in the piece, as also the two prin. in its parts as to produce an effect at cipal chorulles in the opera, the whole once striking and truly theatrical. The of which are incorporated with much first chorus “ While the jolly Grog's theoretical address, and reflect considerafloat," is an open, generous strain, and able honour on this ingenious musician. the different voices are well combined. Overture to the Algerine Corsair, as perSome paffages in the “Boatswain's Solo," formed at the Royal Circus ; composed and are much above mediocrity, particularly arranged for the piano-forte, by 7. Sander. the division given at “ We dash o'er the Jon. 26.
Riley. Deep." The pirate's glee, “ An Ene This overture comprises two movemy appears," is characteristic, but cer ments; the first of which is in * largo, tainly somewhat common-place. " My the second in common time, allegro modeWilly was a failor bold," sung by Mrs. råto. The one is happily introductory to HERBERT, is tenderly expresfive, and the other, and the general effect perfeály relieved with a powerful effect, by the adapted to the subject of the piece. We fuic eeding Battle Piece, in which we find are obliged to observe, that some little much fire and energy of expression. “In negligences in the harmony occur ; such, the good thip Revenge," sung by Mr. for instance, as the two consecutive HELME, is bold and broad in its style; octaves in the fourth line of the fifth page, and happily contrasted by the smooth, which we notice rather, to point out to easy flow of “ My friend when a captive," Mr. SAUNDERSON how easy such disfung by Mrs. HERBERT. The slave's allowances are to be avoided, than to dances are prettily imagined, and exhibit infer that they form any great drawbacks a lively conception of character and to the general merit of the composition. scenic effect, while the dialogue and duett Numbers V and VI. Of Apollo et Terpfia “- No longer heave the heart-felt figh,” chore, "continued monthly. Is. 64. each fung by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, is number.
Rolfe. ingeniously constructed, and concludes The present number support the credit, the piece in a style consonant with the and compleat the first volume, of this composer's general success in this species agreeable and serviceable little work. of composition.
Upon reviewing the contents of this voThe Sylvan Oracles and the Sylphids, two lume, we find in it thirty-seven move
fongs, containing four airs for the voice, ments, vocal and instrumental; much harplichord, or violin ; composed by Ricbe the greater part of which are selected ard Roodes. 35.
Preston. with taste, and greatly calculated to imWe find much native taste in these prove the tyro in music. compofitions. The paflages are all Numbers V. and VI. Of the Naval and Milipleasing, and many of them somewhat
tary Gentleman's complete Musical Comoriginal; but we are obliged to observe, pendium. is. 6d, each number. Rolfe. that they are not sufficiently connected to This work, so accommodating in its disguise that the author is but little in plan, to those who are partial to martial the habit of composing. The expreffion music, proceeds with articles of the same is juft, the modulation good, and the rank of merit as those with which it bass frequently well chosen: in a word, commenced. Such pieces as the Grand the present work is an indication of real March in Rinaldo, The Westminster
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453 March, and the London. Volunteers’, the bass. The passages, however, Aow March, do credit to the taste of their' into each other with a natural ease, and compiler, and cannot but be attractive to the effect of the whole is tolerably the the judicious amature.
gaging “ Country and Town," a parody on Captain " I'm an Irishman born," sung by Mr. JohnMorris's “ Town and Country,” sung by
Rone, in the Raft; composed by Mr. Mr. Dignum, at the Theatre Royal, Drury
Longman and Broderip.. lane ; composed by Mr. Moulds.
This song is tolerably characteristic,
Skillern. but wants that vivacious, penetrating ". Country and Town," is not one of effect which the best lively airs of the those productions that can greatly add to Hibernian muses are found to produce. the reputation of Mr. MOULDS as a It is Irish in every thing but spirit: it composer : its material defects are the has the style to a certain degree, but does want of originality, and the ill choice of not sufficiently enforce it.
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