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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, February 22, 1903, Section Three, Image 21

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JI n7 7 iir Y7is i it 4tat that musfta1 usl al carom communit1s unH1 unH1VV
VV ar are often 4O o lean an when it comps compsto
to a question quest n of keeping keep1n Alive Alivethose aflven7 Uv Uvthose
3 those Interests in which the community communityis
is most concerned Salt Lake City ls lsnerson Is11usical I Imusical
musical communIty Every other otherp
nerson 1 p r rson on you o meet meet is a musician If he hedoesnt hedoesnt hedoent
doesnt sing or play he loves musft musftnevertheless musftr musfJeyethe1ess
r nevertheless ey theJessTbere There are scoresof score s tt voices voiceshgra voiceshgr voiceshgr
hgra hgr that are far above the average averageThere averacThete 1
There 1 1ei are plenty pl itty of ofmusicians musicians who are areabove areabove 1
above thj th average The Th good must mustIahd
f Iahd D pot ibt a attract tract more ru > re than h PaS passing passingttttIon lng lngttf1tl
ttttIon ttf1tl n Jere here becausE diere th ie are so som
many1of m inif ny at them In any other ot r place placesome placesome I Isonie
some sonie of them would make a sensatl6h sensatl6hit sensau sensatihXi I
it Xi is isno not t because b cause the better betterclass class classgiUS1C of ofamuslc
amuslc istoo Is too high for the populace populaceThe populaceTbe
The band concerts at the Grand are aregiven ar
given ir 1yeii en to gr gratify qfy a taste for popular popularmusic popularmus1c I Imuslc I
music Light operas op ras medleys and andother andother amtother
other lightand tuneful selections mak makeup makup makup
up the thepr pfOgrammes pfOgrammesAgreat ptOgrammesAre grainmes grainmesAgr
Agreat Are t many peoplefind people find a source of ofpleasure orpl o opleasure I
pleasure pl asure in t these ese concerts They do not notbegin notQCftn notClfl
begin Clfl until < after the t e evening church churchservices churchservices hurchservices
services so that no excuse can be b of offqred Offord f f7or
7or ford d on that tbatscore score But on the whole wholethe wholUte whoththe
the Concerts oncerts have not been profitable profitableThe profitableThe profitablerlto
The fee fe asked is small It couldnt couldntveiyweIt cotildfltVery
Very veiyweIt Very well be made any ny less About Aboutevery AbOuteCrythrdS Abouteyery
every eCrythrdS third Sunday nday there Is s a house houselarge hOUMl houelarge
large l rge enough to meet the expenses of ofthe ofthe Ofthe
the evening cnlng Very Ver often these concerts concertsare concertsare concertSarci
are arci a direct financial loss Many pen people JeopJe penpie ¬ I
pie who profess to be b fond of music will willnotoav willnotvav willnottiay
notoav 25 cents tQ hear a concert of ofpopular orpopuJar ofpopular
popular and tuneful selections in a awacmvjind awaJl1i awa4uiMe31Ugtjted
wacmvjind waJl1i wa4uiMe31Ugtjted l < 1r WeJlAlighted ven Ugbted theatre th atr J bufc bufcoften buioft bu buoften
often oft n they will not hesitate topay to pay
2 a seat for r two to hear a bunch bunchnf
nf f rouge rmifr rouwedaubed 3faubed ubed stage tage lights lIg1 ts with
meaioere volces voices slJg us ustime rag ragtime
time ditties because they are clad in ingowns Ingowns Ingowns
gowns that ate not serviceable for formosquito formosquito formosquito
mosquito netting nettingSeveral nettingSeveral
4 4Several +
Several weeks ago a plan was wassu wassugested sug suggested sukgested ¬
gested by which the Symphony orches orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
tra might be kept together The plan planwas pJanwas planwas
was to have ten of Salt Lakes wealth wealthiest wealthjest wealthiest ¬
iest cJUzenssubscrlbe citizens subscribe 100 to a fund fundwhich fundwhich fundwhich
which will be used to defray expenses expenseswhich expens expensesAcvhiQh S SA
A AcvhiQh which cannot be met entirely out of ofthe orth ofthe
< the th proceeds of the concerts Three Threecitizens Threecitizens Threecitizens
citizens responded most promptly but butthe butthe hutthe
the impression seems to obtain in the theminds theminds theminds
minds of others that the fund is tor tc be beopen beopent beopen
open opent to everyone for small contribu contributions contributions contrthutions ¬
tions Jhepromotorsot The promoters of Salt at Lake mu musical musicllJ musjc ¬
sical sjc l interests Interert who whohave have b ve the matter In Incharge Incrunge incharge
charge do dono not want to resort to this thischeap thisclieap thischeap
cheap method in thoa of creating a a fund which whichought whichought whichought
ought to be raised quickly and with withpjut withQut withslut
slut difficulty difficultyThe dt1tultyAIie mculty mcultyh
The h orchestra was organized to give givethe givetlj givetli
the tlj musicloving usloovlngpubUc public of Salt Lake a achance ahance achance
chance to hear the higher grades of ofmusic ofmusic ofipuzlc
music presented present d by b the best artists in inthe inthe Inthe
the city These artists are selected selectedfrom select selectfrom selectfrom
from the other musical organizations organizationsand
and some are engaged in the regular regularbusiness regularbusiness regularbusiness
business pursuits The rehearsals and andthe andthe andthe
the performances require time and andnearly aminearb andvear1Y
nearly all of ofthe the members mem ers attend thee thesemeetings theem theemetjngs
meetings m ettngs at a afinanclal financial loss los to them themselves tbeinselves thetaselves ¬
selves If Salt Lake L ke wants wantmusie music she sheought sbeought sheought
ought to o be willing to pay ja for lt IL and andbelieve I Ibelieve1 1
believe bel evEi she is willing tp help to retain retainsuch Irtatns rftatflapch
such s apch ch a splendid organization organizationThjQ < ft ftThc I
Thc orchestra asks nothing that is isunreasonable fsunr Isunreasable
unreasonable unr asoJable Themembers Tiem mberS Interpret Interpretthe tntcrprHtlie
J the best est music IT 125Lcin usl in the theexact exact moods of ofthe ofth ofjhe
the jhe th cOJ1po compogeifs ifil They are PJC re notfio nQt so classf classfcal
> > blthat cal l > that there is no ni music In them theminhere thene thembere
inhere bere e is I In nothing nothJngsUJficul djfieulfc to tound understand understandItfttiese undrntan11zlese rstang
Itfttiese 10 t1iese beautiful beh Uful v > rchestratlbns rch rchestrai1 stiaU ns They Theyare TII h hare Y
are simply the grouping of perfectly perfectlyexecuted I I
executed x cute tone contrasts They The are areS f 4
to no produce the LUC most muen per perteet ii iifect
jfect melody Of course a person who whounderstands whounderstands whounderstands
understands the language ot muslo niuslofinds muslofinds muslofinds
finds in these exquisite quIs1te combinations combinationsof
of sound something more than music musicThey musicThey musicThey
They lift him out of the present He Herecognizes Hereco Herecognizes
recognizes reco nlzes the grandeur at the moods moodswhich moodSwhIch moodshl
which hl h inspired th th6 author of the work workLife
Life is no longer confined within the thelimits
limits of a narrow horizon It reachss reachssout reacMsoutto reacbsout
out outto to sublime distances It lifts him himto
to nobler things He feels that there thereIsabreadth therelsa
Isabreadth Isa breadth and a splendor before him himJn himIn hImin
In the light of which the present things thingsof
of f life li seem narrow mean mean8nd and petty
I The musician delights in the execu execution execution execuBoa ¬
tion of these themes because they are arexHGlcult are1filcult
xHGlcult to produce and because It is isa isar isa
a ar pleasure to observe how skilfully skHtull skHtullthe skIifulItlae
the work ii i done Any ear which Jove loveamusic lovesmusic a amusic
music Is pleased with the general et ¬
fect The principled prIncIple 18 the thesame same as that thatof thatot thatof
of a magazine he story may appeal
to our better natures to our finer sen
dblUttes ivfii f irr We are nil aU Interested i o j be because I
cause It Is A good story storYbEca because se it has 1as I
fascinating plot lot and becauser becausethe the ntc p c
tures are beautiful but only tht th printer
is interested in the Inks the presses pressesand pressesnd pressesand
and nd the machinery whlch were lnstru lnstrumental
mental in the th production of the work
The work of an organization like the
Symphony orchestra ought oug t to appeal to tospeople toave
speople 1 f whgtare w arelnterested ave interested in art It tis is
4 the lovers of the
artistic who are ex expected exe
pected e ted to keep art alive When Wh n they the >
lose Io lqse > so Interest art dies The amount amountasKed amountasRed amountasked
asKed for the proposed fund is a trifle
to those who possess l > wealth There Thereofrght Thereoflgkt
ofrght of ghl < to be no ni trouble getting the themoney themoney I
money in musicloving musfcI lng Salt Lake LakeCiiy City t
If within Uhin six weeks 750000 has ha not
been raised the i Thomas orchestra orchestrawhich orchestrawhich orchestrawhich
which has for years beer > the pride of
Chicago GhI gQ and a an l the t middle west ves wili be
llJ8ban 1lisb disbanded nded d Year after year public publicspirited publlpirlted publL publLspiritd
spirited citizens havfe hl1v madeup m det1p the thede
icit on > the I seasoni seaon averaging 30OQO 30OQOp
ja yearbut year btit now l1Qythe the time tlmehascomatti has come In
the opinion of the trustees of the Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Orchestra association ssrhen wh wJensomething ssrhenorganization n nsomething
something 111U5tDe must be done t to place fh fhorganlzatlonin the theorganization
organization in a home where it t will at ateast
least come omeoutieyet outieyeriln ifn a firtSncial lin nclal way
The only alternative alternativeallow thj sjiyiijajitQ s1r tJ ti
allow the orchestra to dlflntegratfe dtintegrat
Of O the 750000 needed 100000 has hasiI
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+ Bum 4 + 4 4Chicago
I + f Chicago Tribune TribuneI
I 4 When Vhenour our town band gets on the thesquare theI thesquare +
+ square squareOn 4 4
I + 4 On < concert oncertnlqbt nicht nIght youll find me there thereIm thereIm + 4
+ t Im right beside Elijah Plumb 4
4 + Who plays th cymbals c mb a IS an bass bassdrum 9
+ drum 4
1 4 4 An next to him IsHenry Is Henry Dunn 4 +
1 + Who taps the little tenor one 4 +
41 + I like to hear our town band play 4 4
4 + But beat t It does I want to say + 443s
43s + 18 when they tell a a tunes tune s to come 4 + 4
+ WUh 4 t 4
4 4 uTlddlekidleldiJefildlABo1IBUM TIddleiddleidrleMdI < v + 4 4BUMBUML
4 + BUMBUM 4 + 9
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4 p 0 course gu rse theres some that likes the 4 +
4 + tunes tunesLI tunesLike 4 +
4 + Like LI k Lily Dale an Ragtime 4 +
+ a Coons CoonsSome 4 +
4 + Some me likesa solo or duet 4 +
+ By Charley Green GreenB B flat cornet 4
4 An Ernest Brown Brownth th trombone 4
4 4 man manAn trombonei +
4 4 f An they th y can play er no one cant < 4
4 4 But its the best when Henry Dunn 4 4
4Lets + L Lets eta them there sticks stfe kS Just cut cu tan tanrun an anrun 4
4 + run runAnLljah 4 + 4
4 + An AnLljah Lljah says sa s to let her hum + 4
+ IVJth T 4 9
4 4 TfdaieIddleIddleiddle TiddlelddlelddlelddleBUllBUlI 4 9
4 + BUMBUMf BUllBUlI BUllBUlII +
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41 + I dont know why wh nerwhats ncr whats the4 the theuse theuse +
4 use 4 +
4 + 0 bavin that to Interduce lnt rduce 4
4 + A tune tUn timebut but b lt I know Ikpow as fer me 4 +
+ 1 3d crdten ten times over ovei ruthersee ruther < sec +
+ Elijah Plumb chaw with his chin 4
+ Asrettln ready to begin +
4 + J Wblle 1 Henry plays that roll o his h +
+ An maJtes them drUpl5t1cks fairl fairlsizz fairly + 4
4 < sizz sizzAnnoUileln
4 4 Annouhcln music on the drum
4WIth i With 4
4 + With4Tldd 4Tldd TlddlpiddleiddleIddle t iddl j dleIddle +
+ 1 BUMB BUMBDMI lIt H + r
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
beeq been guaranteed by ten Chicagoans Chicagoansivho ChicagoanSvhQ
who vhQ have long been earnest supporters supportersof
of the organization The trustees wish wishmany wishruanynames
many hlanynames names to add to the list and the theneed theneed th thneed
need is that the names come quickly
The trustees further say that six weeks weeksis
is a a short time in which to accomplish accomplishthe
the task In hand but that they will willdo wllldo willdo
do all l1 that they can to prevent Its be being being beiig ¬
ing said that Chicago Is lacking In Inhigher inhigher inhigher
higher musical appreciation The or orchestra orehpstra orchestra ¬
chestra isconsidered 1s the finest musical musicalorganization musicalorganization musicalorganization
organization in the world worldDoes worldDoes
4 4Does +
Does the profession of vocalist pay in inthe Inthecase intbecase
thecase the case of the average woman singer singeris
is a question that a number of young youngwojnen youngwOplen youngwomen
women endowed en oweci with good voices are areasking areaskfng areasking
asking these days They hesitate before beforespending beforesPEndlng beforespending
spending money in fees to highpriced highpricedsinging hlghprlced8Ipgln highpricedsipging
singing teachers for the number of ofyoung otyoung ofyoung
young women womengood good singers too many manyof nianyot rianyof
of them themIn in the field Is already large largeand Jargeand largeand
and the army Is J steadily 8 eadlly Increasing
There are many more opportunities for forthe forthe forthe
the professional singer of average abil ability abnltyto ability ¬
ity ltyto to earn e rn money nowadays than there therewere therewere therewere
were some few years ago agoTake agoTake I ITake
Take for example the concerts in the theeastern theeastern theeastern
eastern department stores Who wouldhave wapJdhave would wopidhave
have imagined five years ago that a asinger asinger astager
singer would ould have a a chance to makemQU make makemoney makemQoy
money mQU y in this th1sway way Excellent cenent singers singersappear sIngersaPBep singersapear
appear at these thc h concerts and large au audieri6es audl audiettes
dieri6es dl i1ies are r re thji th rule Solosinging Solo sInging has
been lately Introduced itttroduced In the city cityparks cityparks citypgrks
parks programmes programmes for fpr the concerts concertsglvj concertsg1vn
glvj glvtn g1vn n at statedTperiods state jperlo < Is during the sum summer summtt summes ¬
mer season jtnfl 1111 women are chosen for forsoloists fors0101stS forao1olst
soloists as s often as masculine singers singersAno singersAno singersAnother
Ano Another her er opportunity for the woman wom1I1sIQer womaningeris womansinger
singer ingeris is presented pre nt d in formal luncheons luncheonsgiven luncheonsgiven
given by wealthy we weaIthr lthY6 society jety women A Avo Avocal vo vocal voaI ¬
cal aI quartett is frequentlyengaged fmqu r ntlyengaged to torender torendet
render a specJaprogramme speeaT progrumme The sing singer ing ingcrr
era er are stationed In an anteroom light UghtportIetes lIghtnflrt1is
portIetes nflrt1is separatIng the aDartments nr
else a portion P of the dining CU diningroom lng room Is Isscreened isscreened
screened off ot for a tiny music muslcrqom rqom rqomefore
Before efore the aspirant for a place in a aictnirch acliurch
ictnirch choir has become qualified for forthe
the position of otsololst soloist there are oppor oppor1unl1les ¬
tunities for her to obtain a little money
by singing in certain church choruses choruseswhere chorusesthe choruseswhere
j I where the choristers are paid a a small smallsum smallsum
j I sum All chorus choirs are not paid paidones paidones
J ones ones but the large churches usually re reotljep remunerate
munerate theIr chorus singers An Anot1er Another
other chance c ance for the woman singer is In Ina Ina ina
a choir where in addition to the so soprana soprano sopran
prana of the quartette an additional additionalsoprano addIUonalsoprano additionalsoprano
soprano with a good voice is engaged engagedas
as chorus leader leaderWedding leaderWedding
Wedding receptions occasionally of
fer a 3 woman singe singer a chance to earn a L
fefc teCand vand home christenings likewise likewiseany likewIsewh1J likewisewhIle
whIle there Is sClircely a gathering of ofany
any a1 prominence Occurring either in a
house hall or church at which solo solosinging fio2osinging solosinging
singing is not a feature of the pro programme progrnmme programme ¬
gramme From the graduation exercises exercisesof
of a class of trained nurses to a Dor Dorcas Dorcas ¬
cas society tea the services of the
trained singer are in demand d mand Not al always atways ¬ i iways
ways it ftmust must he admitted are the thesingers theeJngers thesingers
singers compensated for their services servicesat
at gatherings of this character but re reward reward reward ¬
ward sometimes comes in the way of
future ture engagements and remuneration remunerationgrowing remunerationgrowing remunerationgrowing
growing out of the volunteer service servicefQr
T1te Thedemand dem 1flt9r fpr singers sl gers at funeral funeralservices funeralsetylce funeralservices 1
services Is I a pronounced one and wo women wotI1 women ¬
tI1 men n share sharefn in a fair il degree degreethe the return
from this demand d mand the customary
fee fe for such service being from 55 5 up ¬
ward w rd At house services unaccomca unaccomcathe unaccomDanled unaccompand
nled singing Is the < general custom and
the vocalists tOwers izJ Vers are are here h re taxed faxedsomewhat taxedsomewhat
somewhat more than In ordfnarv cln ln2
4 4The +
The nostrils are the gateway of the
soul and the diaphragm Is the dividing
line between the Animal nlmal and spiritual
natures n tur s according t co cordng dtn f to Professor Wit
Ham 1ia L Tomlins of Chicago Music is
the life ot o all creative reat1v effort according
to the new propositions and as music
Is produpedby p prodted od ed by breathings the breath
becomeaihereal becomeathe real inspiration of all art
He says I can take in i a breath
I TomlJnize 1ornlIn1 it and then give fre It out ut en
< U > wed v d with something so me thIng else besides car ca r
jbohIc bontw oalcl gas The Th great mistakes per
I forners have made mad n I Is that < thpy th y have baer I
< r < iLc <
1 I not n t put enough no WI h life into their perform perrorm1l1n ¬
knee l1n NOt N ton one Iff ThTa a lho thousand saf cI has had
the Inspiration InspirationThe
I The old Greeks indulged In argu ¬
ment for the th sake sak of ofargum argument nt Thats
where we are Jn art today There is a
J brain of the breath br ath whose vocabulary Y
I I Is expressed in In sort sorig It Is isthebrainot the brain of
the upper life Uteits Its breathing breathmgalways always
comes through the th nostrils n ni trllS If I sym sympathlze ¬
pathize with a child I breathe through
the nosttJlsPoor nostrils Poor little thing If a man
strikes her I am amangry angry and breathe
through the nostrils Villain ll1ain how dare dare3oouf
you 3oouf But a aboyat boy at A a feast his h hi mind mindon mindon
on pies and cakes his stomach st mach his soul
breathes through the th mouth glutton ¬
ously Give me more to eat at
Art is like the attar ft r of o roses ex x ¬
tracted from the flowers and the tbep petals als
left rotting behind Song Is what you youowe youowe ou ouOwe
owe to life Breathe In the airand air and andsend ai aisend
send it JtDut aut saturatedwltli saturated ovith yourself
You neednt sing love songs to show showyou shoWYOU showyou
you are in love with 1th the th world Why
should I sing 4RoblnAdalr Robin Adair simply be ¬
cause J Jtl 1 fe eEL pensive As AIf If thftworjLdL
ha haj > changed simply because beca becausbIitas becausbIitasgone qpbt R6bmiias R6bmiiasgone 1 as j jgone
gone into another country Tjiebreath
is ambient We W dont need any any VoIce volceor voIceor VoIceors
or ors song ng to sing
Professor Tomlins also lomak makes the re remarkable remarkable yemarkabla ¬
markable markable statement stat m nt that te the diaphragm diaphrg
and the nose are the symbols symbo1 of the
higher life lie as s the th stomach and the themouth te temoutb themouth
mouth are of the lower One via tsed tsedwith fed fedwith
ited itedwlhbrad
with wlhbrad bread and ancmeat meat and the other
with witbreth breath through + the th nostrils nostris nostrisarId nostrlIsIadrid ler 1 1Madrid
Madrid arId is keeping keeplniup upits up us Interest Interst irimodern iri immodem
it
modern moder music and an conductors from
Germany are engaged d for a 5 series s s of ofconcerts ofconeert
enSa r
concerts and even Nlkischs Nikschs orchestra orchestr orbh stra
has been secured s curedforaseason for a season while whIleth < tbe
local art society socety is to give perform pertqr performances te ¬
ances under the batons of sv Richte Ichte9n RlchteVon Vpn
conductors conductorsA Schuch Schuch1Iott Mottl and other othr well wel known knownconductors knownconductors knownconductors
4 4A
A large Easter East r festival estivalls is to t be held h ld
in Mannheim this this year ear It Is to tol last st
two dars rnnldne soloists havln been
engaged engged and Conductors Mottl Mot and
Koehler will WU have charge ch rge of the per ¬
formances formancesHeinrich formancesHeinrch
4 4Heinrlch
Heinrich Heinrch Zoellner ZoelnertlemusIcl the musical direc i
tor of Leipsic L lpslc has been een elected elect d an hon honorary honoJrmembelo
orary oJrmembelo memberof the th New York Manu Manuscrpt Manuscr Manuscrpt
scrpt scr society
The Thtf Lemberg infant Infantprodgy prodigy Misslo
Horszowski a pupil puPIof of Leschetizky Lescletzky LeschetIzkyhas has
been be np playing in Lemberg Le Leinb rg rg Viennp Vienn and
iennj
Berlin BerlinCesarCuis BeIn BeInCesar Berlincesar
CesarCuis Cesar Cuisoueact Cuis oneact opera opera Mile
Fin Fi will wl have its Is firstperformance f fimtperi tperf rance rmance Mle at I
th the tl Imperial theatre th atr Moscow 1losco in a ashort ashort
short time t me The libretto Ubreto is isirom from Mau Maupassants Maupassants Maupassants ¬ I
passants novel of the same name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The Fenice theatre t e e of Venice enice Wj vi1l JU ll
curing tne carnival season seaon Mas Mascagnis tascagnis
cagnis eagls Ratcliflfe Rtclfe Webers Webrs Euryan
the he Massenets lasseneis fCinderella Cinderela Cinderell andOre ad Euryn Ore
flees ficsChopin ficsChopinLa Chopin ChopinLa
9 9La I
La Scala S ala of Milan IaJ will wmopfn open the car carnival cr crnival carnfval ¬
nival season seaon with wih the Damnation Damnaton of
Faust and will wU follow it by Oceania Ocean Ia
by y Smarcella Sqacela uArael AsraeU itby by b FranchetU FrarchetU Oce1J
I Lltuanl by Ponchielli PonchieI and two to j
Verdi V di operas It I may be repeated repeated that
the third hrd act of arsifal asltlw1be will be pro4uced pro prouced j
duced ducedA uced ucedA
A Chicago Cicago paper pa per calls HS attention a to t the I
fact flct that intheBostonian In t th Bostonan otonIan teuUon lloupe troupe now nowappearing nowaI nowappearing
appearing aI P earing at atlCVlckers McVickers theatre hr are areotily am
otily otly four of the orfglnaLjCompany orfglnalomp whjp whjpI trh trhparticipathdIn j
I participated parUclpatedon in thefirst thert presetaton presentaUonOI presentaion Y < r
Robin R n Hood HoOd at the the th Chicago Opera oper
chtcai oper
house 10use thirteen thIrteen years ago Of these thes four fourone tou touone fp
one Is isa a Chicagoan Chlca g oani Miss AIs JosephlnS JOSE Jos phine hn
Bartlett Bart t The other three are re Henry Henr
Clay Barnabee Brna ec George GeQge BT B Frothinham FothlnJam FothlnJamand Frothinhamand j
andW and W H MacDonald MacDbnaldMiss lIa MacDonaldMiss Donald DonaldMiss
Miss Bartlett Bartett is a sister of Jessie j
Bartlett Bartet Davis Davi the contralto con lo now con convalesclug j
i valesclng at her home on Grand ave avenue ayenue
I nue She has appeared appe d as as Dame Dur
den In more than 1000 100 performances perforances
Mr MacDonald MacDonaldhas has a a record recordot cord of equal equa ¬
ly ya as many appearances appearnces 3 as Little Lite John
Giorgini who has hs suddenly sprung spr n
into fame tmeas as a tenor tenort at Naples has had hada
a curious cur us history At the age of 9 9he 9heas he hewas hewas
was as left without wihut parents paents and without withoutmoney withoutmoney Wihout Wihoutmone
money mone After Ater keeping kepIng body and nd soul aoiilIn soul10gtherby
10gtherby together by fishngand fishing and selling his fsh fish
In the streets he drifted drited to t Rome and
in succession became became a stonecutter stolecutter a
blacksmith blackmith and an Iron founder Later Laterhe Lat
he became a a L baker baer and founderLt capped C pped the cli climax climax U Umax ¬
max by making making a afainr f allure In inan an n effort efort to
become a cook cook At last lat he returned to
his fishing which w1ich promised prpmls d a better beter
living livingThrough lving lvingrhrough
Through th the years he he was was forever foreversiiiglng foreversingng foreversinging
siiiglng singng so o that yeaT he le was known by the thename thename thename
name of il I cantoretto canttetto Thus he hereached hereached hereached
reached the age g of ot2 22 when nhen en one day
at Porto Por dAnzio a well known kown basso
Signor Sigor Ugolino lgolnQ upon hearing the theyouth theyouthcaU theyouth
youth youthcaU call his hi fish In the th street was wasstruck wasstrck wasstruck
struck strck by the richness arid aI1dure pure qual ¬
ity Iy of his hisvofce voice He kept an eye on
Gtorgini Glorgnl until untl one evening he heard him himserenading hImserendb1g himserenading
serenading serendb1g his inamorata inamorata with wih the thesong theSOng theSong
song to Lola Lla in the Cavalleria Cavalerla Ugo Uga
lino wasso wa s delighted deUghtedthat that he ruthless rthless ¬
ly cut the serenade short and ndlnslsted insisted
that the young man should study for
the stage stgeG1orginl Giorgini had dreamed dramed of this
for a a long time tPe but the money mone always alwayswas aJwayswas alwayswas
was wanting and he was obliged oblged tostick to tostick
stick stck to to his fish Later Lal r on another mu musician musician musician ¬
sician was struck stck by the fishermans fishermansvoice tshermans tshermansvoice fishermansvoice
voice in the same sam way that TJgollno Ugolno had
been He He called caled the e attention atentl of mends mendsso lends
p
to the youth and one of them became becameso i
so enthusiastic that he negaranteed guaranteed j I
Giorgini Giorgni a debut af affhe f the San S Carlo Crlo opera I
house after er nine nie months m ohthS of ofstudy study This Thiswas Thiswas
was accomplished ahd ad the fish vendor vendor J
is already famous famousMelba famousMelba famousMelba
I
Melba is signing checks ch cks In Australia Australiaevery Am Australiaevery traUa
every ever hour Each EachhQspital hpspltal has had a agift agUt agift I
gift of 500 and nd her latest present the
latest that I know on o of was to the Con
servatory rvatory of 11ush lusI attached < Jed to the Uni
verslty versltyo of o Melbourne lelbourne She desires to
establish estblsh a a fund for poor but deserving deserh g
vocal students The he chancellor cbancelor Chief Chl 1
Justice JUtce Sir John ohn Madden ladd n does not look
favorably favorbly on the thepr proposition propositionJohn positon j
4 4John
+ 1
John F Runqiman gives gJveaa a sour but
amusing amusing description of Squsa in Lon ¬ I
Ln
don donj don4At don4AL
4At a Sous Sousa concrt COncert I am given to j
j understand understnd t the th geat great things are the
j Sousa OUBa marches marche We Ve were certainly
given plenty at t them m Afer After a piece y II I
some lesser 1 ser man tnn Sousa would lightly
descend from His 1s platform and ad as r
lightly lghty step up and the band would
uproariously uproaiously break out with the
Washington Vasbingn Post and this done with
I the gymnastics gtnatcs would be repeated rpeated wih and andt I
t We would hear some other oter thing of
which I do not ot know the name It ap ¬
pears pars to tj me m e that encores e ncoreSIust must be I easily eaSiY
earned eared in Mr Sousas country coutr In this
retrograde retr ade one of ours the thq audience 1 1f 1s
invariably invafably given an opportunity ot
proving proving that It really re Iy wants to hear hear
something Somethig a second time tme But so as ¬
tonishingly toniShl nglY nimble n 1m b Ie is Mr Ir Sousa sous that
he jumped down dow and up again before
any anyone one could clap twice If I an Eng ¬
lish conductor cQductor eQnductoror or even an English
bandmaster did anything of the sort
n n
ze pruuipuy vu e aiteu a num
bug a charlatan charlatan But I suppose cus ¬
toms differ dlter and J must add that If we
must mut needs have encores the English EngU
custom seems to me e the better one on
Anjl AS though Sousa ousa may scorn us as
people peple who dont come cme from Chfcago
and have have not been beented fed < on n the sacred sacr d
gOSpel of hustle huste I it may be useful ueful to
him to know that our custom is our Ouf
custom and and that by not dfiing ln g in Enjrr Ent En
land l nd as a England Englnd l does dbs In the one mm m
ter tc I am discussing he lays himself hIm It
open to misconstruction misconstructionThere misconstructon misconstructonThete misconstructioni misconstructionThete
i
Thete Is 1 certainly certinJy a a fit tt cause for won
der in the contemplation of the curious curIousact
fact act that tat the virtuosi who travel trvel aboalr ab sl
the country couptr ahtay ahYays present progmm programmes s
that comprise comprse an extreinely extre ly limited lmlt
scope wJa wen it Ja o bOr bJn bOrne ne in n mind Ind that <
1000000 100000 of gsotf soof s f cpmppsHIphs e9 ar arq in ex e ¬
istence Is en e from trQi ivFhIW whIghthese hr h psi9 these highgrade hlg
te gde
players couldarasr could ul rw ra at t least least something somtmi somethti
3
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4 i 1
I
It I Is a a singlar singular fact fct that tat while Salt S a1 lt
Lakedty LkeCIy has an advocate do t of ot1 oth the hIe famous fam um
Garcia Garca methodof m thodot vocal instruction irstruetionsho tn l I
hltTctonhf
Is better r known abroad than tho thoan an in this thj
city cI JVTadam adam Amanda Aanda Swensen h has B
brought some om splendid voices to light
and after afer bringing them to a high hl state
of cultivation cultlvati u1lvaUonhas n has had the pleasure lstte of t
turning tlrIlng them tem over to Madam Madam von Klen
V9n Ken
nero the New NeW York exponent eponent exponentof of t the the Gai Gaicia Qat qarcia
cia system One of her pupils Luejia LU I
Ferrin Ferin is already OJ winning pupIl
i alredy winnng recognition J epgIUQu
in
the
meiropblis and an
othernot
netopbls others not ot str strweU 5t
weU weJkqWbEr weUknawnhera knowruhere have made mijllant Dr1
Madam Swensen Swensn was bor =
wa lO
in UyJdpprigjs kl Png >
J pear Stockholm StO d1 1m
Sweden and nd was graduated gduaed from from the
Stockholm Conservatory Cons natory of o Music Musicwhich Mq Mpicivl4eh lc lcc
which c has as produced some so e of the thegrea great1 r I
new neww1th e iV with itl which1 wii l Ck h to regale ega Ie the t theears he ears ar ot of J
the e puhlicV pu11 public Yetfor Y lor some reason reaon they
I dont do < jt 11 iGabrilowitschs Gabriowlscbs abrilowitscifa pro
grid g t was s hadte de up of what what their they Ir
reverent twou would ld Very er Y justly call C llche chest chestnuts chestnuts t tnuts ¬ I
nuts of r the he ripest rlet driest kind anH anHwhy aim 1
why why Every Evernnmbr number of his programme
hag ha ha been b n heard at some time ptgmme or r other otherat 1
at a local pupils pupil recital recial and ad in inome sjame
instances n S fairly f fairly i irl y well Vl played at that thatI t a t
I ppmejpC pme ot of hftmes hisyjjiimbers were w re trivial none I
Pf f thenlr6Seo3h5 thenLr thmmI roSeto se t 1 th rank rnk that tat trvial could Culd ouldplajfrzed be bei e
i claimed la e for sOiijis S afl of the th e beautiful b Ea U tl tu conw C coni conipositi9rLs m mPOSltt
positions POSltt tffy d CBeethaven Beethoven Mozart MozartfBrahms
Iozar
fBrahms Btahr5 Bfahffl Hdydli H 3qn Weber W ber Rubinstein Rubinat in
and thelongjpft e t of moderns RusslaI Russian Russianor
or r otherwise othrwiseThe therw otlt se 5 The e programme progrmte w vaS qne qnergept
largely rgept of ridntes r m I to o conjure witir wLtlie > OSEhe
wlt1rJe
Carnaval of Schumann the tl Military
March lar h of Sphubert l t the Barcarollet Barcarolletsidasome B Hl1i
1Qle 1Qleof
of of btn weredwtd I e A Aside
sidasome side som djtner t > tms6nts onatas or ledger l er cOiapositions edna ednapcisftIops
positions 9SJ PI of o these e masters mat rs that t t a player playercouldhave p1 er
Of t1 th abUt abutitr this this youl youzi 1lan 1lancouldhave tthsslan tthsslancouldhave
couldhave given pleasure with witl Btft Btftthe Btttthe
Jlt Jltthe
the crawnlnggsigrk crQwnlnJQl of the he implleddoubt
of the public publc having any taste mpleddoUt te was W S the
Henselt H nseJtnumAer number a bit bi of tawdfiness taw rln 1
that deserves deser deservsnyer flever never to have passed be beyondtheschpjPi S
psedte psedteYOndtheJ I
yondtheschpjPi YOndtheJ yOnd thesQbopi lOJTQm room r Y Yr f a aI =
Edward Edwacf EIgars r greatest gr atest conijDqsi conijDqsilion conpqsilion oJ oi oiton
lion ton The Dream ream of Ge Oerpntius anU anUto seems seemsto eem5to
to have fascinated the qera Jerniaii erui5n musi musicians musiclans muIciitns ¬
clans for for for1 t the th work ork has hfuj an analmost analmost
I almost t sensational sensatonal success in that thatcountry thatcountr thatcountry
country countr andis and is being parsed pa ed along alongamopg1 n1ngamopg l g
I amopg the m mjiny mny f choral chorl societies scietes and andis ld ldI andis
I is winning more mor friends at each i h hear hearing herlilg ilchring
ing It I has wOn w ntor for Elgar thedistinc thedistinction time i cnshi clIs1ction ¬ 1
lilg tion to not of being considered OnSid re not only O nly Bn Bnlands E ng
lands ladsgrates greatest living lving composer cmposer but butohe bttohe ut utone I
ohe of the most distinguished dstngished faults faultshistory in its itshistory
history histor A few fewords words about abutUls this choral choralwork ch cijaral cijaralwork ral ralwork I
work may consequently conseuenty be cot of inter interest iIter iIterest izterest
est to the readers of this column cQluJn It ItIs I
Is to be e said sla In 11 the tJe first frst place place that thatElgar thatElgar hat
Elgar Elgr is In the main a selfmadecom selfmadecomposer selfmaecom selfmaecomposer selfmadecornposer ¬ j
poser He is s an Incessant and at ners nersgetic Igr Igrgetic er
getic student ind i nd in his hlal h1 infancy nacy air alrmost li limost
most most was a a dler CleVer Jev r pianist Theri Ter after afterhis afterhis
his father an organist had tried tle him himat hlmat 1dmat
at the law la and n found the thE attempt attemptfutilehe atempt atemptfute attemptfutile
futilehe fute futile h he e taught tau ght his son son organ orgn playing playinguntil pl playinguntil YI g gunt
until unt the latter later was an adept ad Pt when whentaking wleni wbentaking
taking up seriously seroUsly the testud study of ofmnony harr harrtime ar armony
mony and cOnposlon composition he even round roundtime Qundtme
time tme to become beome a capable violin violinwrote vIoliSLrt vIoliSLrtwrote rlolIt 1e 1ewrotenuch
wrote wrotenuch much Catholic Catholc church chrl music musicand musland InUSIQand
and for the orchestra orchestra before before the te time timecame timecaIne I
came for him to tak take Cardinal CardInl New 2ewmans Newmans ew ewmans
mans poem poem The Dream Drem of Qf Gerqn Gerqntius Getqutus Gerantim
tim tus and set seta a portion porton of it to o music musicElgar musicIgr musicElgar
Elgar Igr is a a a strong stongnationa1ist nationalist natonalst 4 4In in It music musicIn r sic sicIn
In the annual annual Patria Patrai Paul schor schorlich sc seJiorlich or orUch
lich gossips about Shakespeare Shakspereas as asa asamusical a amusical amuical
musical muical philosopher phiosopher Taking all a l of ofthe ofthe
the musical musicl utterances uterances of Shakespeare Sha Shakesgearin snear snearIn
in his works workshe he draws from them them the theconclusion theconclusion theconclusion
conclusion that the te poet was w sa a man manwith manwih manwIth
with wih a wonderful musical feeling felngand felngandthat enling and andthat
that It is not impossible that he h was wasalso wa waaalso I
also aJsa a musician of f culture cultuJe1 The writer writerdraws writerdraws nfer I
draws many illustrations iustratons to Strengthen Strengthenla strentfn
his theor theory In which hich are sh shn vn there the no I I
la Jaton latlon t Ion of musc musf music to nature pictures plct rsanl rsanlcompar and andcomparisons andcomparisons I
comparisons compar sons from froI music musiC and the men mention me menfinn
finn ton of musical muscal instruments s He con qoipmtipg < ou oucludes I J
cludes dnnllv that that Shak ghakasneare sD ars under
standing stding music and ai appre appreciating appreelating ¬
I elating eatng it It sayr sw saw also its Is tremendous tremendousvalueas tmedous tmedousvalp
valueas valp as agajm ajneans ans 1s pt Slti IIYIA giim ffi life and andstrerigth
strerigth st pgh to to ihejstage the he stage picture plcttl and andhhnC
hence nc Its ithfroqbchtand J frequent f1 t ar af iJ important Iipr t tt Y ise iseY iseAt usey useyAt an
At t last FTorOdora rd ra has been = pro px Prd Prdduced ¬
duced ducedaf at Paris ats F and d In French Fren Fr nch h at t thetfes the
BouffesParlsIens tfes arlsltn Foreign journals journalsgive JQ jouPaIsgIve rnaa rnaaglv
give glv interesting 1nter UJS details detis FQreig concerning the 1Mpertorn theperforwanc
pertorn perforwanc There w was s a cQwde cQwdehous crQwded crQwdedhouse
house but ut thesuccess fh s cess was qualified qualifiedThe qualifiedrbe
The Tcstge stage atageuss > was was too small smal the chorus choruswas cboruswa choruswas
was wa of Inferior Jn rror quality qualty and without withoutanimation withnutmanimation it o
animation animaton The audience u leIce was fran franastonished an > i iastonished <
astonished at the workmanshlp wortmaps41pDf jof an anEnglish
English EngUshoper operaboufCe b ue its sudden irahpt tran tranitions
sUcdentran sUcdentranlons
itlons lons and ad its it Deeming feemlg Inconsequence Inconsequenceand
and when the te heroine 1er ine suddenly y broke oke
sUddtn
into song in the themidst midst of thftj t theaCtlon action a fon the theaudience theaudichce
audience droll professed prpt s edto to flijd qd It It festremely trelel
4 4What
What extraordinary subjects su J some om I
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times tmes Interest Intrest female composers composer Here
Is Miss l1ssEthelSmyth Mis Ethel myth now nowlh iivNew in N New vY York Yorkwithherpneact Yorkwith Hr HrIs k kwith
withherpneact with her h rpneact pneact opera The Forest Forestwhich Fore Foreetwhich t
which failed tal d dismally dismaly In InBerUn Berlin where wh re
it was wa produqed produs prnda ed d by the emperors ip r r8 dom 4qtnmaXid dommahd Qm Qmnr I
nr mahd daPddl and andaome atSome ome say asa na favort fwor vorJo to °
the he Engltsh ngllsh fcgurt t durt urt and then was w s per ¬
fo formed IdstJseason son at Cpveijf ve Garden ar Jer Jerfo
1 r
lAura L La r ra ana ndTyman Tyman n of the te Wilber
Opera Op Op tcompasiy cmp Y are ma making fng I a t big hit hitwith hitlh hitwith
with lh their thei stereoptlcon tereoptcon specialty speclalt sing fn
in lug Place aLight nt Light to Guide Me M Home Homneand
and a d ISme6dYs Somebodys Waiting Wain Iome Ne N Neath ath ith
SouthernSkies SouthernSkiesMine Southern 4th r Skies e ei i 4 44uie
Mine Nre1mm Emm sim Barnes Des the pripafdQhr pripafdQhrna pnimadon pnimadonna
lrimadon lrimadonn
na n jv ivhowks o AS toHave to O 1 have Ye sung the te principal principalthe principalrl ipal ipalrol
rol in t T The Marriage arage ot Fi Figaro Prp ar at att mitthe
the t 1 e > MettdROUtan M t t8 lit a i operah6use OD opera era b hbuse use Friday Fridaynight Fr FrIdaynight i
night a alJtw asdwbo dvwlio o was W expected ext t to finjish ihnsh ihnshtha nJsh
t the Season s with tf the 3rau Grl < Dorcas 430 aol Q1
lapsed fapsd1l In the teafteroon th i afternoon and will hpi nt be
heard beafagli again this hs season seaoQ ant Dr Pl wU George Ge nptb
W Jacpby ac by Je 3Cme Eames iihysiclab iihysiclabtold physlcl nySc3 ii iitold
told tQlds t the > e MBK sLnger g T Jhablt that It would YQuld be fataj latal l
forA Lot Je herto tQ toatteftipt atleefipt tefPt to o sing again fhis fhisa U this s I
S SeiZsdhe a fiKfiaad l iiJie at at once n lnggln cancg ianceled 1 3 her herafme 1i r reO f 1
eO enganentith Opema peac y g < ln the e Ia IaurIee p te9 I 1
afme me me Eamlsa E Is illneSs Uin 5s and nd Ihe lo cJ9Slhs < cl 9lng mming I
of her engagement engg mentcma came asi4noekftp as simck to
Mr Grau who W dldtot did not knOw nW th tho th hCktPl Jrl Jrl6us seri sen senous
6us cndJor condition of his favorie favorite prima don 1
4 4eat
est et musicians musicias of the world Urld Mrs Mr Swen Swensen Swensen Swensea ¬
sen remembers rmembers with wU pardonable p rdonable pride prideone prideope rde rdeqe
one qe occasion occion when she ihe sang with wih the thecrown thecow thecrown
crown cow prince now King Oscar preel preeltlent prei preient pref 1 1tient
tlent ent of the
conservatory conserator She came tQ
this tls country in 1873 181 residing esidig in the theeast te theeast
east et for several seveal years rs before befo1e coming to toUtah toUtah
Utah Uth She is best b st known kown through the thewprk te thewprk
wprk v rk of her e pupils pu lshe The latter later are re received recelved yecelveci
ceived eagerly by Madam Madm von IQen IQenner IQentier e
ner who whoIsmQstfiatten1ng Whalsmostfaterlng is most flattering in her criti critieis crl cnitieisni
eis eisni isJ t of Madam 1aam STvensens work At AttKe Attf Atti
tKe tf ti recent reception rec ptonof p of the Womans Womabsess i
iPtess ptes ess club cub in New York Madam Swen Swenens Swe Swenikns
ikns ens ens graduate received receire the best jcriti rlI riti i
jiism Ism but one in the th Musical Courier Courieruh1ch CoutierWhich
iulcI Cuter CuterWhich
Which has ha a caustic cutc pen if I an artist artst artstl artistfalls
falls l below bel a certain standard of excel ¬
lence lencena lelicefla ence acertn stndad ecel ecelence
na 10 and heat he at once sent her a message messageof mesage
of Q sympathy 5Ymp 1 Julian Jul4 Story the hus ¬
band of Mme me Eames Emes las been in Phil Philadelphia Phi Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia adelphia all al winter paintng painting the plc plctunes ¬
tunes t rs of f Philadelphians PhladeJphlans and even he h
has h not been oeen eeu aware awareof of the threatened threatenedcollapse threatenedcollapse
theatened theatenedJape
collapse Jape of f his wife wlfe who is suffering sufering
from a severe attack attck of nerosis nerosisMargaret neroslsrg nerosisMargaret
Margaret rg arot Dunlop isjsinging Sing ig with with suc
cess ts Just Just Idle DreamsWhen Dr Dreams amBuWhen When I Re Recall Recall J
call cn the Lng iOng ong Ago 4 < Just Jut Ma Little
Yaller YaU r Boy B O and Me lI and an d nJust Jut Juzt M to Lite Be
Near You YouThe YouTh I
4 4Thh
The Th Raymond Yio dmuslca1trio musicaltrio musical trio are ar lea ea
turing trlng t the novelty novely cake Ckevalk walks Laugh ¬
ing Ben Little LlteIgtor Alligator Bait and
Charmer C armer Waltzes WaltzesJ WaltzesiIaries
Walte Walteiare
h
J iare iIaries ares Moreland lorelandand and Earle Reming ¬
ton have just completed cOl teted a novel cake cakewalk cakewalk
walk V1 song SO soUg 1g entitled entt d Floral Foral Japan Japanwhich Japanwhich Japanwhich
which is slated slated for a new musical pro ¬
duction ducton 4 t
JSaxnes ae ames Wilkenspn Wikenson the popular west westera
era r balladist baladlst is singing Your Own Ownt Ownoul
Yoir
ctYoulI oul Be Happy if T I G Go and Per
t 1aP ui naps ps LoVesDream L sDrem 3 Will Last Lt JSjorever JSjoreverManager rever reverManager
Manager Manager Rudolph Aronson Arnson has has al already already already ¬
ready signed wih wlthKocian rocin the young youngohemian
Bohemian ohemian violin vIoln virtuoso vlrtu so for twenty hventyadditonal twentyadditional twentyadditional
additional additonal concerts concert which whic include Buf Buffalo Bu ¬
falo tab Chicago Louisville Louisvile St St Louis
Memphis M mphis Montgomery lontgomer Nashville NashyUe Bir Birmingham Blrnlngham Birutiugham ¬
mingham nlngham Atlanta Atant New Orleans Oreans
Omaha Omaha Denver San Sn Francisco and andother andotherctes andother
other otherctes cities in Calfornl California On his re ¬
turn tur to New New York and just jut previous previousto
to his departure for Europe In March
Kocian will wl give one monster monst r concert concertthe concerttbe
the proceeds of which whlchfs is to be devoted
to Bohemian charitable chariable and educational educationalpurposes educationalpurposes
purposes purposesiTJie nurposes nurposesTe 4 4The
iTJie Te first frst concert tour for Edouard de del
Reszke promises prmises to be e a record break brealcer brea breakci
er ci De Reszke Reszk has h been engaged for I
the thesprlnS springtour spring touro tour of Duss Metropvan Metropvanopera Metrop tJop tn tnopera
opera house orchestra orchetra New York and andwIll
wir wIll ill have as an associate asocite artist Mme MmeANordica Mmeordica
ANordica ANordicaThis ordlc ordica ordicaThIs artst lme lmeordlc
This hls aggregation aggegaton makes a flying ting trip trp
during the month znth of May Mayas as far ft fa wrA wt
as a Denver D nver and in that short time In Includes 11 Ineludes ¬
etudes nearly every city cIy of Importance Importanceeast Importnce Importnceelst importanceedst
east elst of the Rocky mountain metropolis
It I has been the mountIn desire desre of metropols M Dues Dus
for a number numb
r of years to have an or orchestra orchestra ¬
chestra Instead Insted of a a band and at the
first frst opportunity opportuniy that presented he I
availed lyaled himself of it and engaged engged the I
Metropolitan Metropoltn opera oper house hous orchestra orchestr in
its ts entirety entiretyThe entrety entretyThe 4 4The
The historical museum at Basel con ¬
tains t lns a valuable collection of 0 old in ins instruments ¬
struments s rment These have lately been ben put
into J t good order and a concert was giv
ihln In in which only old music of the times timesof tme timesof
of the clavichord and ad cembalo cemblo the theformed th
vIola de gaba gatnba and the lute was per
formed fprled The Te professor professor of musical musicalscience musicals
science s ience en C e at the university delivered an
unlverst dei1eedan
address address on the Instruments and the
music nuslc applause plause The audience was loud in te its it f
f Kubelik ube1k wIU wl soon oo begin b in a tour
through trQugh Germany G rany arid d Austria AU trla giving
concerts cO ooneertuatq certatVl at Vienna ina liaaDrnd Drfesdeh Dfsd h and Leip
sic fc I In the the early earlysrng spring spningbe he will wU be Lep in In3onte
t Monte t Carlo Caroand andgive and gv giye a a f few civ w concerts
ill In the th neighborhood nelg borho9d In April Apri Ku Kubelik mc
la i due due in Paris In the autumn aut mn of ofjie
jie n next t year Yea he is tq return turJ to America Americawhere Aerca
where h re he will vill 11 travel tra travel v 1U under n d er the he direction directionot dlrecton dlrectonat
ot at Daniel Da el Frohman FrohmanEagenSegunitz Frohmn Frohmnagen FrobmanEagen
EagenSegunitz Eagen agen Segulz Segunitz finds fnds fault Iulwith with Ni
klschs klschsconductng conducting of Beethovens
Missa Solemnis Slenls at t theeighth te the eighth Ge Gewandhaus Gewandhaus
wandhaus wandh us concert dmcer at at Leipsic Lelpsic He es especially a especially ¬
pecially peclaly objects bje ts to Nlklschs NJkls concep ¬
tions t O J s of tho the eGlo Gloria rla which WhC1 1s was concCl taken takenat tskenat en enat
at so quictatempo quick a tempo that t no acceiera accelera tk
th
tjon was possible possiblelln p p6ssibleJn s lble aceera
lln In Berlin IerJn on the tho thoemperors th emperors emperors birthday birthdaythreeact bIrthdaYi
J Jan n 27 there wll whhlbe be r9ducd rpdueed a neW
threeact comic operai op Amino no 1757 by I
Bernhard Bcrnh rd Sclolz Scholz Like r the te old opera I
The T he Zlethen Zieten Hussars RUs rsuit it treats tr eats of an
episode ep1pdedulg during the Seven even Years Years war warA warA warr warA
r
A young American pianist Richard
Amerca pIaist Rchard
Platt lately gave gv a concert oncet at Leipsic
in which he displayed d remarkable if ifnot i ifapt
not thoroughly trained tlned technic and andgave ad andgaie
gave ve with wih taste tst works oz1 like Ikelendels likeZlfendels likeZlfendelssohns Mendels Mendelssohns ¬
sohns Variations VarIatons S Serifeuses rl uscs and dCho Cho ChopinsD ChopIns ¬
pinsD pIns D flat fiat major majornoct rnajornoctUrne nocturne nocturneMascagnl rne rnelascagl
4 4Maseagni
Mascagnl lascagl about whom whomthe homn the news newspapers neWspapen newspnpers ¬
papers papen have ave been ben talking tlig In musical musicaland musicalanduu musicaland
and anduu unmusical Ica termc terms during rinE the thelrt last
three t C months Ion th willboseen wi will be seen een In Los
Angeles Ageles theJast t1 the l last t week Q of the month monthwfth monthwith
wIth a an prchestra etra weeJ of fifty picked
usclns t foJonebrpore forone or x inne Ormore br 1110cc tfty concerts conc rts rtse
Ha e sis satreent at present in Sap Sa Francisco anclscp di dlrectnga directing direeting
recting rectnga ati an orchestra cletra a and > nd d will be heard herd
Jn tptbr three e concerts con rt In nt that fcly city during during
ttexl ne t wik week ek > Pietfo Mascagni has had
Plettoagi
troubles t o Q1es fof r of f hlsvoTmIn bls his own in this country
tIs
bue ue he eenis e ms to 0 HJQ D oin oh Or on the fair countr road to t
becoming as a popular p p I r here as roa In his hJ
a
own land V
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4 i petition D ettlonfSlneIr fs is In in clrduiktloh l fOn asking as askfngr tnS f fr r rof I
funds with
which to retore restore the grnve grnveof
of at Johanna Jolanna Frederlch Fed rlch Relckardt Retc1a1t Fred FredeIck Fredcrick grave graveat
crick eIck the GreatrE Greats cpelmeister Ctpelmelster and the
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fender G1der otthe teGra Gernsan erthai volkslied In InA
H1 HIre volkle
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A A recent r centtucton auction sale sle Irii l l London LIdondJ Londonifl Londonifleluded Ife Ifeeluded
eluded cudetnelat5ng the last song which Weber Web wrt wrtadwhlchilt wrot wrotand wrotand
and adwhlchilt whlchilt is believed beIeved hasnevep nas a nevei nev
been be published publsed also aso a Verdi Veleit letter r re
r
Jcrrlngr rrngto to hte i opera oper uMcbt Macbeth and d In Incudh1g ifleluding =
eluding cudh1g a a skietch sKetC sk tdh of ota a machine mache for r the thearhost thegho theghost
ghost gho of Malcolm MalcolmLuigi acolm acolmLuigi eicolm eicolmLuigl
Luigi Arditi At whose hoe 4 H Bacio BcIo was wasmade wasmade as asma
made ma e worldfamed wordfame by Patti att is still stillwritingr stl stillwriting
writing wrIng vocal voclmtesaUhough waltzes although he has haspassed hnspased haspassed
passed pased his eightieth eJght th yeafT er His Hl latest latestproduction Iatestproduction att attprduct
production prduct n Is lsenUted entitled Felicita FeUclt and
King KingEdward Edward has ha accepted a pted Its dedica d ad ¬
KngEdwa tion ton finnto to tohImscl tohImsclNext himself himselfNext it dca
4 4Next
Next summers smmers Wagner festival at
Wager testl a
Munich Muich will wlbegn begin on Aug ug S and ad end endon endon endon
on Sept Sept 14 Hhere There will be b twenty
wi b
f fpqr PHC perfctrmstnces 1 Qrxcesad and the te operas ope to be be
heard are Lohengrin Tristan
Lhengln Tritan Tritanesterlnger
Meisterainger esterlnger and ad the te four Nibelung NIbeug
dramas dr Mme me Nordjca N rdl will again rep ¬
resent n America Aec among the te lagn singers singersFrench snger
4 4French
Frnc French journalists ourJaUst are indefatigable idefatgable
in 1 Inv inventing nting anecdotes anedotes The Paris
Gattlois informs its It readers that tat when
Mascagril MscagI had his recent reent troubles tou les In in
Boston he h posteq posted this notice noUceon on his
door Persona P rsons wio WIQ wish to arrest at
rsonSwo wIh
SIgnor Sigor Pietro Petr Mascagni llacg Masc gnl are requested rqueste
tb t sign sll their names r rnie m and take te a number nuber I
No Nopreerences preferences granted grantedA gted 4 I
A peppery New York critic sums
1 pper crlUcsum up
the te work of a well wel known kow artist artst of the I
metropolis metpoli by b saying I Ifr
Mrs fr Hadden Hdden Alexander Aleander a local plan pla ¬
ist who gave ea a pianoforte recital in
recial
Mendelssohn Mendesohn hall haI a a se season on or two ago j I
gave another anoter yesterday yesteday afternoon aternon that I
was attended by C Cpatentaudlenc
atended bYa a large friendly findly and
patient patentaudlenc audience Considerable Conslderable patience
is i requisite ruisi In an audience that < at patence lsteD listen C
to Mrs Hadden Alexanders Alenders public per C
formantfe torance Orflmande until nt she gets get through throuh publc the 4 4weighter
weightier weighter parts of her
part programme and
and I
flown to th the lesser nieces progmme that are mo more I
ueony Tvunin her grasp Tansies ar ¬
rangement rngement of Bachs Bchs toccata tocat and fugue ugue
in D I minor mnor and Schumanns fantasia
in C are iu quite uite fe beyond her both fantsia In their r
technical ecnlcl requirements and In their ther de do ¬
mands mnds upon the intellect and the
Intelect ad emo ¬
tional ton at sensibilities S ens ibl Hte5 A more inadequate fna te d q uate
f performance perormance of Schumanns Schulanns fantasia fatIa
it is safe s te to to say has not been heard herd in
public pubUcherc here It I Is a piece piec for an artisi at
with highly developed r
wih
Jeveloped strength stngt and
technical tehnicl powers powerand powersand and a big broad styTfe sty ac
none of r which whlc ae ate possessed by Mrs
Hadden Alexander AlexanderSaintSaens MqzanderSaiutScns leander leanderSitSa possesse Mr
SaintSaens SitSa ns often often wrote about Au ¬
abut A
gusta gstHoim Holmes the French
te composer
just dead He Hes is quoted quote by the te ompser Boston
Journal Joural as reproaching her herfor for an In ¬
tense tene desire to t make the bearer bearr forget
that tht she wa waa wat a woman by her extrava cxtra ¬
gant force mad mad Indulgence in de ¬
bauches bauces of brass bras and big drum And
then he would burst burt out in rhapsody C
Oh those thos evenings eve1lng at Versailles Veries The C
beautiful bautful pythoness pyoness was was not satisfied satsfied
with
cultivating cultva g art and preaching art
she caused cused It I flourish foursh all about abut her As A
Venus Venu fecundated fecudated the world when she
knotted lmoted her tresses tre es so o Augusta Augst Holmes Holme
shook over us her h r reddish rddish locks and
when shewas shewasprdlg prodigal with wih lock the light
flings of f her eyes and the te brilliance Jght of I
b1Uance t
her voice vOlceF we we ran ta to our pens pen our j t
brushes and autLworks works
bshesamLWork were born bor some
of which have remained remaned She had un j a
expe expected td ert eUtbusiasms usiasm incredIble fads fads 8
One day shehad she had a a violent passion pasion for 11 S
Kali KaI the East Est Indian Indla Venus Venus goddess I <
of love lov and death She wrote rte an opera operaus
wih With KaI Kalt for heroine an and d she excited I
ecied
us by howling Kali Kali
howlng Kal Kal implacable I
goddess with furious accompaniment 1L
on the piano pl pianoSALT no accmpanment
0 I
SALT LAXI USICtANS I
The newly organized orgnzed Caprice prIce Glee
club of the te L L D Sr S S university Unverity Is mak Gee I
lag inaJ an excellent ei u rt start Sttwlh with an enrollf enroU
ment oC of 173 17 73 members Professor Proresor a enrl Kent II j
has been engvWg giving the th club some simple I Iin 18
pieces merely to see what talenthe talent he ha has 8
in the te class clns The Testudents students are Inter Inte
estetf este in the work w r and nd they tey are now t I 8
Ti taking tIng more mor difficult dlfcuJt selections selectoI trheJ rhe he i 8
club clu meets meet four times tmes a week w ek jindf pd
f some som qf Q the members e ers are ar showing mdr i
marked m rk d ability abiIt On O n Friday rda evening
Miss Iretta Irta Woolley favored favord the club r
Left with wih a a m sola olo ohi < entitled enUtt a Only One te Daisy Dais J I
LelP 4 4The 1 1The i iTheUniversity
TheUniversity The Un Upitqrslty frIYGlee Glee club lub has h s discon ¬
tinued rehearsals r he rs ls until U P t March M arCh because I
so s much m h of f fhelrtlme felrt e istaken i tenup up becuse with
wit
the te rehearsals rearsah of the musicalextrava musical extrava trava
panzav duce duceVictor duc ganzwIth anZwblc which theY they the are preparing pr r parng patin l to pro pr ¬
4 4rictor o oVlctor
Victor s Chtistopherson Chtj topherson will take
Kents Ke s place pI In ifl n the te Imperial Imperia wi quartette tke
for quartete
the h comingCalifornia 1fng Ifornia 4 concertMrs cncer cncerMc concert
Mrs Mc Besafe Besie Browning ing will wi sing at the I Q <
university chapel ch p next Wednesday Wedneday Al ¬ I 0
fred Best est wa was the e singerlast singer Ingr last Wednes X 0
day f
7 f fLuella U ULuel
4 4LueIa
Luel Luella Ferrin FerrlrQ Ferrinaf of this ts city ci cit Is an a ardent adent
admirer ad mi r r pf P Nbrdifca N did C and Sembrick who
eIbrct
pave have been beensTgn singing in New York In a
letter leter to her et former forer teacher Madam
Swencn Swensen she h he exclaims You are just
carried Uled away wayandwhen and when they stop slng J
lug yoU wonder Where you have been i
One night Sembrick S mbrck and Campanaria ben I
Campanaria I
were wer called caJc 3ut twelve times Ures after afer the
third act of
thrd Rigoletto Rlgoleto Oh it i was
great r t People eplejumped jumped up and screamed scramed wa
and wavedtheir wa waved ed t their h eir handkerchiefs and
handkerchies
acted teq like lketey they were 4 4Mnong insane insaneAmong 0
Among molg the tle tl singprs Sll r at the reading rading of 0
Bishop B Sh p O F 7Wh SVhitneys Itneys ppem Qem befpre the te 8
presidency pridenc the past st week wek were Mrs
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LizzieThomas LizzieThomasEdward Edward Eward and Charles Chales
Kent Ke Georse GeogeE E > Ef r Skelton el nalSo also played playedlTfis
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