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Three Grand Symphonies for the Piano-forte, 45.) is to contain a complete concerto,
with an Accompaniment for a Violis to each and the price to non-subscribers will be of tbe Slow Movements. Composed, and dedi- 6s. cated to F. P. Salomon, Esq. by Julian Six Variations for
the Piano-forte on a favourite Busby, Mus. Bac. Oxon.
Roman Air, Composed, and dedicated to Mrs. THESE symphonies, deduced from
Clay, by Veronica Cianchettini. 2s. the score, and one of which we,
This Romun air is simple and pleasing have, with delight, heard performed by in its style, and the variations, which are a numerous and well-appointed band, are
six in number, do credit to the composer's of a cast and degree of excellence which, taste and ingenuity. If any thing is left we must say, transcend even the high ex
us to wish, it is, that the execution had pectations we had necessarily formed been more equally distributed between from our acquaintance with Mr. J. Bus- the two hands; not ibat the bass part by's powers, as exhibited in his former has been slighted, but that some inviting productions.
A certain strength of conception, clear- opportunities for displaying the left hand ness of judgment, and spirit of style, not
full extent. often displayed even by veteran composers, pervade the compositions before A Sonata for the Piano-forte, with an Accompaus, and inark the singular prematurity of
niment for the Violin or Flute (ad libitum).
Composed, and dedicated, by permission, 19 Mr. mind froin which they have einanated.
Woelf, by 7. F. Burrowes. 4s. The elegance and delicacy of the slow movements evince a free imagination,
The style of this sonata is distinguished aided by a refinement rarely obtained by its taste and ease. but at the expence of long experience though neither bold nor striking, are con and close and elaborate observation, ceived with facility, and proceed with a while the accompaniment bespeaks a
connected, flowing effect, that will not knowledge of effect that cannot but sur
fail to please the lovers of smooth and prize those who know the youth of the chaste music. It would be injustice to author.
Mr. Burrowes, not to notice particularly In a word, these symphonies, though the high polish of many passages in the by no means easy of execution, will well second movement, and the very agreearepay the assiduity of the emulous prác- ble subject of the concluding rondo. titioner, and afford no small delight to
Tre Duetti, con Accompagnamento di Piano. the tasteful auditor; and whatever we forte. Composti da Vincenzo Martini, Maes. might naturally anticipate from the son tro di Capella della Corte Imperiale di Russia. of Dr. Busby, the countenance and pa:
25. 6d tronage of so sound and respectable a
These duets are written in a light famusician as Mr. Salomon must serve to
miliar style; and, though conceived with confirm the public opinion of Mr. B.'s elegance, will be found simple in their extraordinary claims to applause and ene general construction, and easy of execucouragement.
tion. The first and third are particularly No. I. of Mozart's Concertos. attractive, whether the boauty of their This is the first number of a work to passages be separately considered, or the be edited and conducied by Dr. Crotch, attention be directed to the general efto appear in eighteen monthly parts or
fect. portions, and to contain all the most ce- The First of May, or “ Awake the Lute, lebrated concertos of Mozart, arranged the Fife, the Flute," a Glee for three Voices, from the scores of Dr. C. for the piano- with an Accompaniment for a Piano-forte and forte. This promises to be a valuable
Harp, or Two Performers on One Pianowork to piano-forte practitioners. Dr.
forte. Composed by T. Attwood, Esq. 34. 6d. Crotch has commenced his task with abi- A kind of aërial sprightliness pervades lity, and will, we doubt not, conduct the this composition, which cannot but depublication to its conclusion with credit light every tasteful hearer, because it is to himself and the liberal proprietors and at once sweetly playful and highly publishers, Messrs. Sperati and Cianchet- characteristic. The parts blend with tini. The undertaking is patronized by much happiness of effect, and the aca subscription. Each Number (price companiinent leads the mind to those
vernal scenes, the vocal thrillings of which this little production bespeak much taste it so closely imitates.
and judgment. The words are from Mary A Collection of Psalm Tures, intermixed with Ward's Original Poetry; which Mr.
Airs, adapted from Haydn, Purcell, Handel, Sale has so treated, as to have formed
The Favourite Hornpipe, danced by Miss Gayton Mr. Webbe, jun, in this work, which in the Ballet of Le Mariage Secret. Cons. is comprized in two quarto volumes, has
posed by Fiorillo, and arranged for the Piano. furnished the lovers of sacred music with
forte by J. B. Cranter. 25. an ample variety of useful and pleasing
The lively little exercise into which
Pieno.forte. Composed, and dedicated to proposals for publishing, by subscription,
plonies, accompaniments, and approThis duet is characterized by a con- priate English words. The whole to be siderable portion of taste and spirit. arranged for the piano-forte, and one, The two parts have a just relation with two, and three voices. and bearing upon each other, and the Those of our níusical readers, who are combined effect bespeaks ingenuity and not already furnished with Dr. Callcott's contrivance. The passages independently Musical Grammar, will be glad to learn, considered, exhibit a pleasing play of that a new edition of that useful and in fancy, and every where lie so commodi- genious work is in the press, and will be ously for the hand as to invite the prac- forthcoming in the course of the present tice of the juvenile performer.
month, recommended by many addiThe Robin, a much admired Canzonett and Trio. tional and valuable examples and anno, Composed, ond dedicated to Miss Ryle and tations, from the able pens of Mr. Miss Daintry, by 7. B. Sale, Author of Jousse, Mr. Horsley, and Mr. S. Wesa " the Butterfly.” 3s.
ley. The imitation tunes in the melody of
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REPORT OF DISEASES, Under the care of the late senior Physician of the Finsbury Dispensarys from the
20th of March, to the 20th of April, 1809. HÆMOPTOE
from the too sanguine sufferer the sloping Phthysis
passage to the tomb, was, not many Pertussis
evenings since, presented to the writer Febris
of this article, in the case of a pthysical Hypochondriasis et Dyspepsia..
8 patient, who, when within only a few Mania
í expirations of her last, was anxious to Amenorrhea
2 know from her medical attendant, wheScrophula..
ther she might not venture to take a ride Vermes
1 in the Park on the ensuing day. She Morbus Cutaneus..
1 survived only a few minutes this unneThe present prevalence of pulinonary cessary but affecting enquiry. affections, it is unnecessary to notice. At the same time, that true and esta.
A remarkable illustration of that fiat. blished pthysis is all but desperate, it tcrisig but faiihiess hope, which conceais ought also to be considered, ibat what