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I'll try to rid thee of this blessed spell.
FROM MARTIAL. The Bristol parsons can't have got a faintship
EPIGRAM 78. B. VIII. Home from Sienna yet.
THE simple truth I wish to hear,
Nothing so grateful to my ear!" No fear of that.
This, when your speeches you rehearse,
Or long essays in prose and verse, Tafte, hungred, first, this fpitchcock'd rattle- Is itill to me your constant cry, snake,
And 'twere unfriendly to deny. And toasted toad, with afla-fætida.
Come then--But simple truth, I fear, Lo! how his long ears wag! The devil is Will not be grateful to your ear.
pleas'd, His nostrils whiffle--shine his greedy eyes.
EPIGRAM 79. B, VIII. Here-here's an otter’s pluck—an owlet's To a knot of old tabbics, or, ugly as they, wing,
Queer damsels, eternally clung, Dog's tongues; with newts-eye sauce, and You show off your person at park,ball,and play, spawn of frog.
And thus you are handsome and young. What will you drink?-tobacco oil, or gin?
EPIGRAM 6. B. ix. O this is dainty diet !—My wrinkled belly
YOU spread your snares rich John to wed: Grows plump and smooth, and sounds like a
'Tis wisely done, Miss Prue:
John will not take you to his bed :
Why, John does wisely tqo.
ON A WINE-MERCHANT, l'll snap your spell.
EPIGRAM 36. B. x. This book I stole from my old Coptic bishop: THE vileft of compounds while Balderdash "Tis full of Pharao-writing, and contains
vends, Words that break every eharm but those of And brew's his dear poison for all his good saints.
friends, 0! that this ink had never reach'd my eyes! No wonder they never can get him to dine ; Even the right is weak. Stroke back my hair, He's afraid they'd oblige him to drink his That the brisk sparks may light me as I read.
o'yn wine. “ Ahirom! Tuki! Zakarush! Misraim!" (You scratch like a tom-cat-pull in your
SONNET TO HOPE. claws). 66 Abracadabra! Kirlekamath! Woil!”
WHERE filent woods their dreary shade
And give new horrors to the gloom of night, Hurrahı !-Live dance, and frolic!--Pulix is if chance the swain his fault'ring footsteps free!
bend, My friend, let me embrace thee!_One more
In terror pauling for some friendly light, hug!
How gladsome beats his heart when thro' the Now at the witches fabbath nay attend
glade Long-absent Imrewhirl the airy reel,
Piercing the clouds he fees the moon's Under each arm a doxy-join their hurly Till mouth and noftrils snort the flames of Onward he springs, with light and vig'rous glee.
And hails the empress of the fainter day: How like a sucking-lamb the old boy wriggles Thus, while thro’life's uncertain paths I rove, His tail for gladness! Scramble up behind,
Should dark despondence sprcad the gatherPulix, on my goat. Your shriveli'd leathern
ing gloom, wings
May Hope's soft lustre, streaming from above, Are for our thousand miles of Aight too feeble.
Dilpel the bodings of a mournful Joom; Cling clorc, and clasp below the cloyen feet.
And when fad friendship marks my parting Now, goat, aloof! --whizz thro' the air to
May Hope's benignant beam illume the
yale of death. To LIBERTY.
WILLIAM SHEPHERD. WRITTEN IN CONFINEMENT. O Goddess with the jocund. eye,
EPIGRAMMA-AD SOMNUM. That lov'st the lofty hills to rove
SOMNE levis, quanquam certiffima mortis With peace and gentle harmony,
imago, And health robust, and I'miling love, Confortem cupio te tamen effe lori : Should mild compaflion in thy heart
Alma quies, opraia veni; nam sic sine viiâ Yet dwell, attend thy votary's pray'r; Vivere quam suave est ! fic fine morte inori! Deign of thy fragrance to impart, And let me of thy blessings share!
Image of death, my wishes give On take me to some peaceful dell
With thee, kind seep, to lie: With thee and sweet content to dwell.
Thus, without life, how sweet to live?
Thus, without death, to die.
( 141 ) REVIEW OF NEW MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS. THE Magic Oak, or Harlequin Woodcutter, as fancifully elegant, and leads the ear with
performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Gar- a gratifying effect to the succeeding, miden, composed by Thomas Attwood. 6s.
nuet, in 3-4 moderato, in the fourth of Goulding; Phipps, and D’Almaine. the original key, which brings us to the THE music of the Magic Oak presents closing movement in 2-4, where we find a reípectable effort of science and fancy. inuch novelty and sprightliness of concepThe overture comprises three movements, tion. The third fonata, which is in D which are calculated to relieve each other, major, opens with a movement in comand interest the attention. The quick- mon time, allegro maestoso, which is folfizp, danced by Mrs. Wybrow, in the vo
lowed by a polihed cantabile, whence we Junteer scene, pofleffes much vivacity; proceed to a lively and engaging pastoral and the Volunteer's March, by which it is movement in 6.8. The fourth piece is in succeeded, is conceived with more no. F major, and commences in 3-4, allegro velty and animation than we generally quisto, from which we proceed to the find in the present numerous productions celebrated old air of “ Saw you my faof this kind. “ Hail, Magic, hail,” ther, saw you my mother,” given with sung by Mr. Townshend, is bold and considerable and well-judged embellishcharacteristic. The change of the time at ment, and the sònata concludes with an “ Still to the chace of Pleasure true,' is andantino movement, which is animated of excellent effect: the resumptions of the and graceful, is separately printed, maformer movement, at “ Then as I wove naged with all the address cominon to this my potent Wand,” is equally judicious; author, and greatly heightens the general and the accompaniment, throughout, is effect. varied with the happiest success. The Ellen of the Dee, Sing by Mr. Dignum, the melody of “ Thou hast giv’n me Free- words by Mr. Ramice the Mufic composed by dom," sung by Mrs. Chapman, is plea- Mr. Rois, Orgamist of St. Paul's, Aberdeen. fingly imagined, but the accent is not al
Longman and Clementia ways juftly laid ; into which error, per- Mr. Ross has adopted for the music of haps, the composer has been betrayed by this plaintive ballad, the time of 6-8, the poet, who attributes two syllables to Larghetto Espressione ; in the choice of the word giv'n, while the musician has which he has displayed much judgment; been obliged to consider it (as indeed, it but we cannot greatly compliment him on really is, in poetry) a monosyllable. “My the advantage deduced from it. He has Mother got Married," sung by Mr. evidently fitten down full of the sentiments Townshend, is a good sea song. “ In of the words, but not in one of those feliDefence of the Blellings,” sung by Mr. citous moments when the imagination, reHill, is truly martial; and the finale, sponsive to the judgment, supplies the ma“ Now sing, now dance,” is striking in terials which the subject demands. The its subject, while the digressions heighten composer sympathises with the poet, but the effect, and contribute to the engaging fails in that elegant conveyance of his conclusion of the piece.
feelings which gives character to the me. Four Sonatas for the piano-forte, with or with lody, and at once warms the heart, and cut the additional keys, and an accompaniment
captivates the ear. (ad libitum), for a flute or violin, composed Book the first, of Original Welsh Airs, for the by J. Mazzinghi. Op. 34. 75. 6d.
piano-forte, with an accompaniment for a Goulding, Phipps, and D'Almaine.
violin or flute, arranged as easy liJons, for These fonatas, in which some well- juvenile practice. 2s.
Rolfe. known and favourite airs are introduced, This first book contains fix Welsh airs, carry with them the stamp of their inge- which, for the most part, are well selected. pious author. The first piece is in G. The “ Milletoe Buth” and “ Margaret, major, common time, con fpirito, and who lost her garter,” and “ Caft away commences with a bold and novel idea, care,” are perfectly Cambrian, while which is well supported through the “ Lullaby,” which the editor has given movement.
The fecond movement, a for three voices, with a piano-forte acpastorale, larghetto, is conceived in a companiment, forms the most valuable pleasing and characteristic style, and judi- page of the compilation: The tender cioully relieved by the last movement in and affecting fimplicity of this little air 2-4 allegretto. The opening movement has always insured it admiration, and will in the lecond piece, in 2-4 andante, is never cease to please those who are at
tracted by pure nature, and acknowledge which reflects superior honour on the tathat “ beauty when unadorned is adorned lents of Mr. Mazzinghi. No. 2, in com. the mof.''
mon time, andantino, No. 3, in 2-4, lar. Tink a Tink, a favorite dir, introdured in tbe 6-8, larghetton No. 9, in 3-4, adagio
ghetto, No. 6, in 2-4, allegretto, No.7, in grand Romance of Blue Beard, with variations for the piana-forte, with or withou: the addi cantabile, No. 11, in 3-4, andantino, tional keys, by G. Nezot.
No.14, in common time, larghetto, No.15,
in 6-8, larghetto pastorale, No. 21, in These iations are progressive in ex.
common time, moderato, No. 26, common ecution, and constructed with science, and tiine, moderato, and the finale, in 2-4, a due adherence to the theme. The au- fpiritoso, form, perhaps, the most finished thor has availed himself of all the scope part of the ballet. which this species of composition admits, Fird Examples on Singing, by Mr. Bemetzrieand has furnished a useful and pleasing
Skillora, exercise for young practitioners on the piano-forte.
These examples commence with four
notes in F ut fa, succeeded by five notes The Angelic form of my Lort, fang by Mr. In- in E si mi, lix in E fi mi flat, seven in G
cledon, at tbe Tbeaire Royal, Covent Garden, in the entertainment of an Escape into Prijon, ten in D la re, eleven in A mi la, twelve
re fol, eight in C sol ut, nine in G re sol, composed by W. Reeve.
in C fol ut, thirteen in F ut fa, fourteen Longman and Clementi.
in E si mi, and twenty-three in F ut fa. This ballad exhibits very few marks of Among the various forms in which vocal taste and invention. The melody is in- rudiments are offered to the public, the fipid and unconnected, and the bass, ge- present promises a respectable hare of afnerally speaking, unscientifically chosen. liftance; and will be found useful ta The easy and graceful turn of expression thole who thoroughly study them. in the poetry has failed to inspire the Fairy Invocation, a Rondo for the piano-forte, composer with that corresponding ele
barp, or German Aute, written by R. Angance which alone can gratify the judi
drews, composed by S. F. Rimbault. 18. . cious hearer.
Rolfe, Now the Ottoman Porte declares War againft
The theme of this rondo is, generally France. Written, composed, and sung by Mr. speaking, pleasingly familiar. Some pal. Dignum. is. Longman and Clementi. sages we are obliged to object to as not
This plain simple air, though it boasts equally flowing with others; and the dimeither taste nor modulation, is tolerably gressive strain in the relative minor, adapted to the words. The last eight though it serves to relieve the subject, is bars of the tune are converted into a cho
not constructed with that ease and nature rus, which forms the close of each verse ; which the former parts of the composition but we cannot say that the parts are disé would have led us to expect. poled with a correctness perfe&tly matbe- Oscar's Tomb, with an accompaniment for the matical,
piano-forte, written by John Ramice, and
composed by Mr. Ross, Organist of St. Paul's, Eliza, ou Le Triomphe de la Nature, a Pafioral Aberdeen. Js.
Longman and Clementi. Ballet, by Monsieur Gallet. Performed at :be King's Theatre, Hay-Market. Composed lad pofteffes much pathos. Had the com
The melody of this pathetic little balby J. Mazzinghi. 75. 6d.
Goulding, Phipps, and D'Almaine. poser employed more modulation, the ef. This ballet comprises an overture in feci, perhaps, would have been fill more two movements, and twenty-fix changes the subject is juft, while the execution of
impressive ; but his general conception of of melody, independent of the finale. Af- his ideas are clear, natural, and unemter a sedulous perusal of the whole, we
barrassed. have the pleasure to assert its uncommon degree of merit. Tenderness of senti- The Negro's Revels, written by the elder daugh. ment, and vivacity of imagination, are ter of G. S. Carey, compojed by Mr. Am
brose. is. happily contrasted, and display all that
Riley. Experience in theatrical effect which cha- We are much pleased with the present sacterizes the dramatic efforts of this effort of this improving composer. The author. The several movements are, melody is constructed with regularity, throughout, so excellent in their kind that character, and effect. The bass is well jt is only by the minutest examination chofen, and the accompaniment calculated that we are enabled to point out thole to embellish and recommend the air.
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