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MUSICAL

MAGAZINE AND REVIEW.

VOL. I.

LONDON:

SOLD BY BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY,

47, PATERNOSTER-ROW.

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I. J. S. H. in answer to Mr. Taylor, on the Minor Key

269

II. Elements of Vocal Science

272

III. On the Works of Handel

280

IV. On the Character of Musicians

284

V. The Musical Student, No. 1.

294

VI. Mr. Taylor on Webbe's Masses

297

VII. Mr. Taylor on Modulation

302

VIII. J. W. H. on Mr. Harrison

307

IX. Memoir of Paisiello

308

X. Preliminary Remarks on Bass Singing

315

XI. Mr. Bartleman,

325

XII. Mr. Lacy

333

XIII. The Philharmonic Society

340

XIV. Treatises on Singing,

1. Solfeges d'Italie, avec la Basse chiffree, composés par Leo,

Durante, Scarlatti, Hasse, Porpora, Mazzoni, Caffaro,

Perez, &c. dédiés a Messeigneurs les premiers gentils

hommes de la Chambre du Roi et recueillis par les Srs.

Levesque et Bêche ordinaites de la Musique de sa Ma.

jesté. Paris.

2. The Modern Italian Method of Singing, with a variety of

progressive examples, and thirty-six solfeggi, By Signor

D. G. Aprili. London,

3. The Elements of Singing familiarly exemplified, to facilitate

the acquirement of the Science of Vocal Music in the Ita.

lian and English styles, from the commencement of the

study until the utmost proficiency is acquired ; adapted

for pupils of every age, with observations to enable a

Parent or Superintendant to assist in the tuition of the

Scholar during the Master's absence. By Gesualdo

Lanza. Interspersed with select exanzples and exercises

of the most eminent Masters, from the earliest period to

the present time. London, 1813.

4. Introduction to the art of Solfaing and Singing, wherein the

chief requisites for a good Singer, viz. Intonation, Time,

and Execution, are clearly illustrated by concise instruc-

tions and easy examples, calculated to facilitate the per,

formance of vocal music, according to the most modern

style. Composed and respectfully dedicated to Mrs, Bil.

Lington, (with permission) by J. Jousse. Loudon.

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