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V LHamJLlwlMMMHMJWMMaMJ tT fA T''
before she was known n$ a compoior
Her last concert was given In Stoln-"
ort'llnll, llnstnn, n few months ago..
Of tills concert the llnstou Transcript
coiitnlus l ho following: ,
Mldwlntor InlereiU In; July Is'lho
kiwi en inioresi mai counts. When
t Chicago used to get excited. In, June .
Kilohiina Art League Concert. lsulfli incc, to fndo Into a inere sha- i u-pinit -,rA laughter nothing hap-
M l.dp. 1'. NowcOiflli who' do,' 1 (ho stinns.llght that radiates pi tri u. 1n a veai ;ico when the Cpurt-
' . ;mcd lie ecneoil fo( ho Mil jiutli ni.i-.le I self which has been .t v utii ni:M Into i he subject '
" H "t ue Kiiohann Ait l.ea 1 o iio world by Mn, H. II. A. 'm;c h alio v lnd loft the ground
K" i a rujLlcnl conijioser ns wqlu tic-ir ., the eminent American -born fviiint.tii n? o lal for, tho flua.L .
en ic-chlie t. Many of h'U foiiK nhiu'ci. Tor Mr3. Ueach wrltoi i .Itbir.tlci; nf n d oca do.
i,ve tr.u(i .plafie i-n the proBfnmj both llk& n man and Uko a woman. Already this winter there has been
tf famous lingers. Several o! tho Uor music manifests feminine traits nt least ono lucetlns .of- a "Sano
earlle. oiipb aie iu nouujar tod4y'na cf a doll ney niid toudornew senrcQly Kon-tli" ns3celatlon In'. (Iilj city, nnd
when they woro fl)st pn'j.UlieJ abJjt attainable by' a mascullno nature; H Is ln'cstlng to no(o Jji Jho, iey'J
..cnly years aBa. notably "Celeste." im-l m:-ni'.lpo tr.ilts r.s cemilno and ui i!i diy hw ill 'n-r tho country
'J wo M-ldeni," 'Slumber Soue," "A vlrii" ai anj man could' exhibit. Shu ii,' i.tiI I" ;Iye. New York hns"a
Scnc of Autisun" and "Kitty of Col- ui'iii'iuU Hie sironECst artistic .vlr r. -.1 . i, , ""ur1"' dlsiuiisloii. A
Xtwcomb has composectjiuct. o. . oinaaklnd. and dees no; a'c- mi: o-lcty interested In the
uutu' fvity soatn. sevenl nlanofovto ; yholly eLCjpct. tonio of U10 weaknesi i' iucr is clctiln.nc statltllci which-
pice , a booi qt sours, n unoraltti , or her luotlior ultlels'. ' ' ' show that for tl)o last .seven years
"Cous.nH" and a cmnlc oior.r, "Tim, Mrs. 11.- II. A. Ueacli (nco' Amy Fourth Of July deaths 'have, number-
M.-.IU of Mnrblolicuil,'' , which was Marty Cheney) was bom In llennl- ed l&tft, nccli'ents 'a5.Q73 and pro-,
performed on Hie Xerr Hngland. Clr- ker. N. 11. .Though' her early , must- pcrtytloss $20,'t)00.000.'i' '" i
tult, ucder the'director'ahiii of -Jessa caf education 'was carefully conduct-- - As- fllgulftf nnt-as-titiylhlnK ijlfws is-
Wl lla'fs of New York. Mlfa Maud V(, pRpeclnlly her sliidlw In plnnn- the nrninjinrpment' thnftlio cnvorliora '
'inn v . iiiuuu iilt iivuui "",iuriu leeiiiiiniie ny ncr iiiuuier ""' oi nine mates, inciudinc Illinois.
Inter by some of the most dlstln- have expressed their readiness to co-
Kiilnlicil, teachcro In Now,, Kqglnnd, operate ncllvely In securing State lo.
the development of her very uncom- gtsjatlpn which wlll'Vcllnch the ro
iinon talent for composition hns been form methods 'of celebrating.
vi- u.c 1 , in this p'.ece.
.Mr. Ni comb and his sister Mrs.
I-;tri I,. . jwcomb hnvo recently re
ic.il iu Honolulu from the East
.! . an absence of f.ve ycarw.
The following Is fiom one of tho
almost wholly achieved by her own
effort, unaided, save (11 purely rudU
nieutary theory, by nn iiiBt;uctor;
The depurturo cf Kdgar A. 'P. Now- unaided, but nlso unbiased,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivers' Clnqer.
Mr. .and Mrs.nichard Ivors cntor
talncd a dozen iof thelrrlends, nt din-'
tomb and his sister, Mrs. Sarah Now- in conscquencd of this somewhat ner yC(jne8jny evening In honor of
Mrs. y. 0. Irwin, Tho, tabV decora
tions weiq roses and .maidenhair forn.
Aflcr illnutr a uumlicr of guests, In
cluding tho .gucRt of Jinnor, played
Mrfl. Putnam, wifo or Dr. Putnam of
rnmli. for Hnniilulii. whom thev will iinlmin fnrt. nhn ban Hiicceeded 111
imalto their homo Is generally re- j preserving her Individuality to n Yaro
grctted in snrlal uiul literary circles, ' degree. What she gives Is iietullarly
for during their rmir years' icsldeuco hcrscir. The techulauc nf tone-corn-
I . Iliilfntfi llmun t i'n nil 1 I ww ltru l.l.nllmi .! ttm n-lmln Atlt t lit full nil
111 nullum, vnvnw umi viunHiiiih t.w- uiuaiiuil uiui inn n wi owunoin 1 rliltTP
tonlans havo mail :i place for them- ny8lem ot formal arrnngemcnl, stylo ' h '
pelves that will bd dlfllcult to fill, nnd orchestral color-blondlng, which,
tThni' rwtirnepllt thn iipat tvilfi nf AtllG- nlfilmrntn ntlil actpntlllmlH' 11011 titled
rlcnns. cultivated wth' the hack- though It'surcly Ib, might be termed' Ka,lal' n"lved tho first part of- tho
'ground of culture t!iat ts their rlghtlti,0 universal "conventionality" of wc " he. Btcttncr Klnau to visit
by heredity, the cosmopolitan breadtlu the nrt, Mrs. Ueach learned. as n.ny " lumur unu inuwier, ir. n ir.
of character that extensive travel persistent nud obhcrvant Btudent may K. Damon of this city, Mrs. Putnam
brings, and the gentle, nll-pervnding learn them, not from text-book,, was n Miss, Violet Damon of llonolnlu,
courtesy' of tho well-bred. imt directly from tho living master-i and is onq of tho moot popular' young
Mr. Nowcomb is the son of the late works themselves. matrons or the se Islands. During her
Mrs. Ueach has accomplished moro two weeks' .sojourn In Honolulu sho
than liny woman Iiiib ovqr done In will bo tho Incentive for much enter-
music, In Biich works ns tho Cadenia fnlnlng.
Levi Newcnmb of lloslon, one of the.
most eminent architects Hi America,
nud has Inherited much of his fath
er's creative genius, of which lluffnlo to ilecihoveu's C minor concerto, her
has many superb evidences, ,aiiiong Mass In K Hat, the "llaelle Syrn-,
the more notable oxamples being the phony," the '"Festival Jubllnto" (for,
'Avery mansion on tho Circle; the tie dedication of the Woman's Uulld-,
Oeorgo' Walhrldgo Miller homo In jug, nt tho Chicago Worlds Fair),
North Street, tho Henry M. Watson the "pianoforte Concerto,' op. 4K,
home, the 8. S. Spalding home, tho nnd tho "Sonata foe piano and vln-
.. .. ( L,I...I. 1 .. .. Ilnulnmlll I It n. ( '........ ,n l...n.lvilfl
IIII, IIP, .H. CI WJIIH"! I IIUUUIVU
or more) are cnunl to the best that,
havo over been written.
now and artist!: hoiues of llonlamln
Ward Applelon and Anson Conger
lanodycar. .One of tho finest things
ho has designed Is tlio Miller man
soleum In Forest I.nwn which Is pure
arcok In style nnd perfect iu the
beauty of Its lines. The memorial
to Mrs. Miller in Trinity Church was
nlso deulcned by Mr. Nowcomb. One
,nt his latest erforts Is tho beautiful
. new llbrnry In Mr,. Perry Taylor's
hniulsnmo residence In .Llnwood Av
enue. Ills work Is always classic
never ornate, hut characterized by I
-Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, In Wo
man's Journal thus writes of tho
pcrformnnce-of tho Mass by the. Han
del nnd Hadyn Socloty In Ioston:
"Tho occasion wait altogether n
memorable, one, and the 'eternal wo.
manly,' cited by Goethe,' received n
new nnd most happy Illustration."
itcferrlnR t rrnnnu for violin nnd
nlano. W. S, 11. Mathews writes:
' f l . .... ........alln
Tho musical npiru is uinimiii
tho dignified simplicity of 'tho nrt n0, the technique of developing
tlmt coucealH art. Such work on-ltdona that ot a woll-trnlncd artist,
dures and Is a powerful factor 'in and the writing for tho Instrument
elevating the taste and stimulating that of nn accomplished plunlst. At the
a love for the beautiful. Air. rind same time, Mrs. Ueach makes no of,
Mrs. Nowcomb are belnir creatlv on-! tnrt tn bn boisterous and to prPYO
tortnlned during tho remaining day that she Is'a'nian by tho brule force
of their stay In lluffnlo, They leave
the first of the week for. the Kast,
and nfter a month, will go by tho,
Southern route to California, vial following:
New Orleans reaching Honolulu
about tho first of January.-
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. '
In considering tho artlstlcnchlcVc-
1 nienti of a member of the'. gentler
sex In tho, domain or muslcaliicom
necessary to play her works,"
.-i.nim Nbiib Musiknllscho Pressc,
Vienna, Alr '! I898. wo nuolo tho
Nothing In theso cliarncteflstlc
pieces, op. 2S, by Mrs. 11. Hi A.
Hoach, worthy compositions, would
lmnlv n woman's hanil.-unlesa it be
the exquisite neatness. Everything
In nnllshcd olid nolutod with the
greatost attention, A brooding spl
'position, one is always strongly temp-1 rlt sounds n themj tender, ' palo
ia.i in Inrlillra In thn ntatnmnrv rn. IlliBmau nr, wall urnl'llml nut tllOUCh
flection upon the relation ot sex to overladen with dlssonnnces, It li
tho art of music creation. As In-,unsallant, but olip Is astonished that
terestlng as this question may be to'a woman can do so much," 1 1
the psychologist, nnd ns. unavoidable! it Is tho animal custom ot Mrs.,
as it may bp deemed by the accurate' nedeb, to iccall to mliid to an in(J-j
hlstOiIau, it bvem. to, me lo loso ull ' mute public tliui sliu Way u liluuhl
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