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THE BALLET RUaSSE AND HAKST IN BLACK AND WHITE-THE NEW OPERA, "GOYESCAS."
cf-CCMr-, R ?aJ-?D ?EUNUCH
\ZADE."
I SINE.
PROGRAMME OF
THE BALLET RUSSE
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A RUSSIAN FOLK DANCER.
"Goyescas," Dance Opera
to Have Premiere Hen
Named After the Artist. Goya, the Music Was Written [
the Composer Before the Librettist Made the Book?
Schelling Has Made the Music Familiar.
By H. E. KREHBIEL.
THE PUBLISHING corporation ol (and awk
known a-. G. Schirm er has sent out I the 1
the '? score ol "Goyescas," the opera by !
. irvhii h :- ' its first perform; ? ? at t!
litan Opera House next Friday evening JPamphlet ai
are admirably printed an.' . rably < ted, and those wl
to become intimately acquainted with the new work wi
? well to acquire them. Thereafter no ly will b
? ?? " -repare one i r the promised pl< ???re. We I i
? ..??- easil mprehended .
through 1 ? cal score ml i v that 1
pose? id built up a work i n a si i ?es -, and it
great surprise to learn from an article written by the libretti:
elf that he had made the book after the id wri
ten 1 musi -a very unusual proceeding, this. In fact, we ca
? ly a singli nd 1 t was never >
score or more years ag .. al compi ttist brouj
peretta ol ently i portent al the 1
ly. In it tin- ; ed in
isi . ht .- foi u:.e reason or i led 'II:
isii al ver of hail "1812,
and he was prompt ? say thai tl
mposer to writ- I hat tin
? ed to do his work aftei
a failure, and it was not I fterward that the i
o t h e re vi <
tated them and wondering how hi had f und tl ?
? - the wonder will not be so great in the
; era, f ^ mm h ? I I '. n heard in the
tais of Mr. Schelling. Th< statement ol
also makes comprehensible the paucity of a i
.era. As a matte. fact,
I lay meet twice in the midst of 1
h what should he action is ? i by the choi
? ? ? .:. invisible duel, and the opera <
:. woman lamenting over the killing of her lover,
n for the beginning, middle and end of 1 I ly wi!
?? clear to : I ?? -?? ? ?. For their enterta
and ed . they will have, we fear, to depend upon the
w hich promises to be fascinatii
n of Spanish types ? in ited by th<
whoi pera is named. The story invented bj thi
I only in an . ly ingeni ner, i- bl
it ei in a duel, like that of
. that simple fad can recall '? tures in am ?
to ai mi is not eai ly comprehi litl
? un es of his racti re nol reated 1 I
but are only typical of his period, We : I wish to
?1 r- , ipei i ? ? ...
? g ti.;;t its title farfet
i ! never have been had not Se?oi Gi I his
pianoforte .pieces suggested by the painter's pit I ires . -?
? t bring 1 i iur mental \ isii m any of the
? -? | ! gil al <>r artistic, of the f gi
? ? '. the literature of Spanish |
. ; - . da ? anything lit ? lui hich
ondo ?le Amicis describes in his I.k, "Spain and the ?
iards"; picture- which that aut I have painted
"with flashing eye?, and foaming mouth, with all tl
demoniac"; in which the Italian author saw "the
? ? ? : can reach before it is transformed inl I yond
. | int the brush is flung aside thi ttle 1 s. Anv
? ? terrible than t: liter
? - i nine-? blood." Neither can ?
: (as we imagine we hear it in the piai
thi artist as our own James G Huneker ? him
in his book, "Promenades of an Impressioni man who
"picador, matador, banderillero by turns in the bull ri
. stabbing affray es aped in the disj
??If he was a dompteur of dames and catl
Huneker, "he was the same before his canvas.
tame to hand serve.1 him as a brusl
up ?n .. ? loth, a spoon with the lattci he <
- re, May 2, 1808, in the Prado. 11<
.. ibre on all fours. Reckless I
never feared king or devil, man or Inquisition.
ed out for him, but he had disappeared, aftei
? thrust in the hack " The drama hid '?
music is an infantile production compared wi
which the composer of "Goyescas" has denied t teristici
>j Spanish mi
The ?'hicatro Symphony Orchestra, o
i - ? er, j'fr?orm??
mpoi by Enriqu
? - . . ?si tl
?i? its kind produce?! i
America. It ?al a symphonic Meat Bfl
"l'ai.te." In his ariu'.ytleal D01
i i tin? lu on-raw me Felix. Horowski, ai
excellent critic ami musician, wrote o
?.i.'' eotnpoaer, who aras bom on .lu'y 27
i 1^07, at Li-rida, t'ataloniai "The com
i ..?* tkia work obtained bin musl
? .il trainlae n*. Bareeloaa, el the hnn<i?
of Juan oautiata Pujol ?nd Pelip?
i '. In l^s? he ?real to Pai
piano plai lag ol
, aaoi ? firs!
n? il"l Cai mai .' wi
t time at t
'. 1898.
'1 he work, written in three
Iduced,' wrote - eorreeaoadenl for The
! ; In? -' Loa loa, ISW), 'quite
'a ?cnsation alike among amateurs and
? on accoi- ? - .
?
Hure?
text bj Ij
under the dm " ? ..?. Har
?i m l"li A : .
?cas,' is ic1 ?
? by th?- Metropolitan 'Ter?
any of New Yoi ta ha
.?> ?!. th? music - us" is
predon nanti? da
? n so
pel
- ict t
entation of
.
?
and a fa ea net
at all cucf'.im to the MBCCBtiaB ci the
A NEGRO IN "SCHEHERAZADE."
CALENDAR OF THE CURRENT WEEK.
BlTs'DAY---Metropolitan Opera Hou s?, 8:80 p. m., eoneert| Aeolian Hall, 8
p. rtn., concert by f-yrnjihony 8oclety| Cornei?:i? Hall, 8 p. m., concert
by rhllharmonlc Socletyi Ritz-Carlton, 8 p. m., concert by Society ef
the Friend? of Muaio.
MONDW Metropolitan Opera I! on a?, Ti48 p. m, German op?ra, "Tr1s?Un
und laolde"! Century Theatre, 8:80 p. m., and reit of th? week,
Diagbiloll Russisn Hallet i Aeellea Ball, s p m.,. piano recital by Percy
Ora i .-er; B:1B p. m., violin recital by Maximilian I'llzer.
TUESDAY Aeolian Hall, 8 p. m., song recital by Leali Crnv?-ure| 8its
p. m., concert by the Flonznley Que:-'; I': i.ceBI Theatre. .1 p. m.,
,- ' tel by I'iiul Reimers; Harris Theatre, I p. m., long recital by
M le Jena) I in fee
WEDNESDAY "?' tro] Itan Opera Roaee, 8 p. m, Gernefl oper?, "Der
Rosi Hi S p, n?, sons; recital by Robert Maitland.
Till RSDAY Opera Rouse, h p. m., Russian opera in Italian,
"Boris ('"dounow"; Aeolian Hall, 8 p. m , recital by Ju i t lausaen
and Albert i Hell, I p. ta., eoncert by Pbilberaaeale
Oreheetraj Aeolian Hall, h p, m., eoneert by Kylie Choros Society.
FRIDAY Metropolitan Opera House, S p. m?, I perl .unco in America
of Enrique i opera
i ? ? ". '?? p. m?, eonci Pi lacees
Theatre, il p. n . little.
satt i:ii\. Metre ?litan O opera, "Is Tra
\. ??-"; 8 p. m., German opei arnegia Hall, 2:30 p. m .
piano rectal by Jos- :" 1!" eon rt by Run an Symphony
i >reh? itra; Aeolian Ha Berliaer?
ENRIQUE GRANADOS. ANNA FITZIU. FERNANDO PERIQUET,
Composer ol "i is Fosi ess." Librettist ol "Go iscas."
old dftT.r-i which ? ? from the
mem il ??than I
i to which
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in tl.f mil
of it-t
in the
cpera, and s<> It wa?, In Shakespi
? ? to |ud| ?
? m from "Twalfth Night"
I i :
- ' I atay a monts longer.
lam'. ?? ' - ?-.-i-..-, it mina I'
th' world; I deli^-lit la masquai and
tl ar.
Sir Toi j Art thon good at the??
t ?
Sir A \t any man !n Il'yrla.
ir the degree of
my bpttf-r?; and yet I will not com
para a I
S.r : . -?rellene? in
a gaillard,
Sir Ati I raw Faith, T can cut ? caper.
Sir Toby tnd cut the mutton
'?
S.r Andrew And I think ? ! ??/a the
v a.? strunt' I
i n Illyi
Sir V . -'? f -?? art? fh?">e
, ! |7 \> |
.
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,:.!o*
What 1? the fai ? r!>e?
? . |
mu t of thi G
ira i ? i ly an?
r?t I
' . 1 :
i origin ol Id dance
an
?
? ?? .
imei '
.
monly
aayi
that the Spanish word meani 'go an 1
t give any au?
thority for bar al iance
It a ' It ?'tis po??ab!y
known in a- I ; 111 I I
?
a re:
I .t ar?
? ?
i a triviality that i?
?hameleai ' Lot si as ta from Vi.
?y.t . u? . ?omen, lOOBf ????. 0.4? ??>"'
LOUISE HOMER.
- :
i tl ? ' I ' . ? ei
- :
ring? to tl ,
tating t
.? ? : i The
????.! ? I ? <a llleary
: their Bseve?
? roluptuouaneaa of their at
?utirig the BBMteat tima with
< heel?. 1'nrlneri tease and ?sn
treat and punue each other by turn?.
Suddenly t'.e bsui -? i, si 1 <?ch
s ? v remaining
. .
i
tra at -
ruitar, t
? ' . . ? ? . the ?
ete, l tup]
: th? dmc?'. a, fill the a]
with ecatasy.' The muiic whirls along
toattaued on si.io.^it? p?af?, I
PERCY GRAINCER.
Pii t, Aeolian Hall, to morrow
arte.?
t\?n.--f?e. far H'i-r N-v I. n O ?
I .' ?
I--.
Pah'.o Ca
presentli i? Se?or ( nie bar?
foro the ??:??? di oi
Mu.'ic at R ? Carlton, 3 p. m :
\, m p.-- , . ? l '.?.-?'ta
I-a. a *
f . t? ?
Thr?? >,
Tro.a ? ? . ?
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ktr. ' . a ? i
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I Mr. Cra
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MONDAT.
n rteltal
Gilbert Bpn -?? ? i it, al Ai
Ha;;, in the traaingi
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flal . i
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; rey Grainj
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U (?M hit.?Minimal........???*
A WOMAN OF THE HAREM IN
".SCHEHERAZADE."
The Concert Programmes
?o
of the Coming Week
Philharmonic, Granados Music, Percy Grainger, Louis
Graveure, Flonzaley Quartet, Symphony Society
And Josef I lofmann To Be Heard.
SUNDAY.
Concert n" Il pera House,
(j p. m.:
0,?"t !?? to ? 1. - . W?b?r
Caro Nom? ?.'-:?
?
Vio:' ? , .Ti'-haUiwakj
Air. M ?1? Lat?.*?
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h au a- -? . i u-t
.
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? Latea
Vu?, dl Prima Btrauia
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T... a.al?
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Concert by Symphony Society al
Aeolian Ha I,
r?i?iA?/.i IFuppeU) (new; E.-at
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I ?: ht far t h;??- 1 t?-v?r [AStaJI
r* ?-. . : Ait? -.
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Tl ESDAY.
B ' .? recital by Louis Graveur?? in
't . Hall, ?< y. m.:
t
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la'. , ?
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I ?
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nxaley *-,:??:"
ki
'. ' tip. 59. M
reell r Paul B
e, 3 p. m :
Caectnl ?
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WEDNESDAY.
rt 1 rd it
Aeolia
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Ha.ii
l?a'
. - bad
i . r -?
? llanto-*
I ?
1
. .
Wolf
r?r I
hi
.
THURSDAY.
Joint re?
? : '?? t Spa
m?, il-. Ato;.an liai!, o p. m.:
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Habanera
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FRIDA1
(or
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?Mi BDAY.
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A RI 51A?N PEASANT.
MASSINE.
CONCERT NOTES.
A* !*s aee i it ptlea concert of
the ?i l : in(r at Car
Hall the i. . I . inphony So
t A ? "or, a
j },roTided in
. -.un luprano,
K ;. a iietsova, among
ling a ?ong ?re
? r iv Mas?? Seta
Mm?. ..'szr.iswske,
?i piano c?>n
.-/ of the
real i
\ I a-th by
I ?va been
IB BS
Bor
:.; r " w.ll
be i : by hi? unt.nl?h?d
? :n A it. Beta
ti. . : < ? ? -
? *u th?
. Hartaaaa, the
a promenade,
. "eral intro
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run*
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the
moon.
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