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Σελίδα 3 - Collection, the Book is exactly what is wanted at this time; and it will be taken as a favor to the musical public, inasmuch as it cannot fail to be a great acquisition for practice, and a means of creating a better taste. A book got at with such good properties, cannot fail to be well received.
Σελίδα 3 - It is a large and well executed volume of two hundred and thirty pages, containing easy pieces, arranged mostly for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass Voices, with and without Piano-Forte Accompaniments, comprising a complete Collection of Solos, Duets, Trios, Quartets, Quintets, Choruses, £c. The names of EDWARD L. WHITE and JOHN E. GOULD, by whom the Music is composed, selected, and arranged, is a sufficient recommendation of its excellence.
Σελίδα 3 - ... the modern Opera have given an increasing desire for that class of compositions. " In selecting from the standard works of the day, a knowledge of the requirements of performers, and a good judgment as to what shall meet these requirements, were imperative. The collection of the...
Σελίδα 1 - In bringing this work before the public, no time or pains have been spared to render it not only a popular, but a useful Collection. More than the usual number of new Tunes occupy a space in it, and most of this new Music is of a high character, and possesses the true attributes of Church Music. There is also to be found an unusual number of Sentences, Select Pieces, Chants, &c., suitable for the opening and closing of divine worship, among which the entire service of the Protestant Episcopal Church...
Σελίδα 1 - Worship, Societies, Singing Schools, &c. By EDWARD L. WHITE and JOHN E. GOULD, This Book, in the short space of twelve months, has passed through no less than sixteen editions, and is now used in all the best Choirs and Societies in New England, and is universally considered as one of the best books of Church Music now in use. " So far as we have been able to examine this work, we should judge it to be superior to any modern work that we have seen.
Σελίδα 1 - ... is of a high character, and possesses the true attributes of Church Music. There is also to be found an unusual number of Sentences, Select Pieces, Chants, &c., suitable for the opening and closing of divine worship, among which the entire service of the Protestant Episcopal Church is given in the order of performance. " The whole Collection is judiciously arranged, and will undoubtedly ake a rank second to none of the numerous publications of Churcn Music now is use/ — Atlas.
Σελίδα 3 - Accompaniments, comprising a complete collection of Solos, Duets, Trios, Quartets, Quintets, Choruses, &c., for the use of Societies, Schools, Clubs, Choirs, and the Social Circle. By EDWARD L. WHITE and JOHN E. GOULD. The sale which this Work has already met, is evidence that its merits are well known to the public; but we extract the following from...
Σελίδα 6 - ... dictionary of the Abbe Tardy : to which are prefixed Rules for the Pronunciation of French Vowels, Diphthongs, and final Consonants, with a table of French Verbs, &c. Sherwin's Algebra. — An Elementary Treatise on Algebra, for the use of Students in High Schools and Colleges, by TJIOMAS SHERWIX, AM Sherwin's Key.
Σελίδα 6 - HITCHCOCK. Hitchcock's Key. — A Key to Hitchcock's Method of Book keeping. French Spoken. — A New System of Teaching French, by EDWARD CHURCH. Cutter's Physiology. — Anatomy and Physiology, designed for Academies and Families, by CALVIN CUTTEB, MI)., with over 200 Engravings.
Σελίδα 3 - ... of a good character. The practice of the old standard Glees, however excellent, has lost its novelty, and some of its interest. A higher grade of compositions has been required ; and the graceful and charming choruses of the modern Opera have given an increasing desire for that class of compositions.