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Thu Oct 16 17:56:02 2014 UTClccn-n822284170.10[Album leaf in the hand of Marie-Hippolyte Rôze]0.730.95An idyl a pictorial-music-play /39644479Joseph_Bennett_(critic)n 82228417998057882344lccn-n80019543Sullivan, Arthur1842-1900cmplccn-n79056429Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth1807-1882lccn-nr98039229Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)lccn-n82132710Cowen, Frederic H.(Frederic Hymen)1852-1935cmplccn-n81023023Massenet, Jules1842-1912lccn-n83066583Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell1847-1935cmplccn-n82208103Tours, Berthold1838-1897arradplccn-n50052603Clarke, Mary Cowden1809-1898trllccn-n79046131Cherubini, Luigi1760-1842lccn-no2002034197Wilde, Mark1960-sngprfBennett, Joseph1831-1911Musical settingsBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceOperas--Vocal scores with pianoFugueCounterpointCantatas, Secular--Vocal scores with pianoConductingInstrumentation and orchestrationLongfellow, Henry Wadsworth,Operas--LibrettosCantatas, SecularEnglandBennett, Joseph,Music criticsOratorios--Vocal scores with pianoMusicCantatas, Secular--ScoresRing des Nibelungen (Wagner, Richard)Publishers and publishingNovello & CoCantatas, Sacred--Vocal scores with pianoBerlioz, Hector,Cherubini, Luigi,Music festivalsOratorios--Vocal scores with pianoSong of Solomon (Music)Cantatas, Secular--Vocal scores with pianoComposersItalyManon (Massenet, Jules)Operas--Piano scoresOratorios--ScoresOperasWagner, Richard,Cantatas, SacredOperas--Excerpts--ScoresHueffer, Francis,Oratorios--Vocal scores without accompanimentArt appreciationMusic theoryCounterpoint--Instruction and studyHarp music, ArrangedPiano music, ArrangedDavison, James William,Operas--Excerpts, ArrangedOperas--ExcerptsOperas--Excerpts--Vocal scores with pianoSauret, Émile,Band music, Arranged--Scores and partsMusic--Instruction and studyPiano musicVocal music1831191118671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819101911191219171922192719721982198319851986199720002001200320141908425556781.42MT55ocn016794345ocn053092414ocn058540830ocn021327670ocn018712140ocn023156860ocn045869040ocn016724185ocn704313324ocn058540885ocn008000958ocn877831261ocn759764608ocn842135773ocn843603352ocn053184225ocn056780577ocn658446609ocn843603353ocn06138576121324ocn023856419score18860.66Sullivan, ArthurThe golden legendMusical settings1113ocn048497883rcrd20010.70Sullivan, ArthurThe golden legendMusical settings894ocn009223636book18840.70Cherubini, LuigiA treatise on counterpoint and fugue753ocn009241822book18850.84Massenet, JulesManon an opera in five acts686ocn009243106score18850.70Massenet, JulesManon an opera in four actsComposition de l'orchestre :**.3.0., timbales, 3 percussions, harpe, orgue, cordes, musique de scène555ocn009243037score18900.93Cowen, Frederic HThorgrim an opera in four acts542ocn009268678score18920.93Bizet, GeorgesDjamileh, the slave in love opera comique in one act = L'esclave amoureuse534ocn009092597score18890.95Herkomer, Hubert vonAn idyl a pictorial-music-play5313ocn020791765score18840.63Mackenzie, Alexander CampbellThe rose of Sharon : a dramatic oratorio founded on the Song of Solomon : op. 305010ocn015372571score18890.59Cowen, Frederic HSt. John's Eve. an old English idyll for soli, chorus, and orchestra485ocn008618356score18920.88Gounod, CharlesPhilémon et Baucis opera en deux actes : vocal scoreComposition de l'orchestre :, timbales, cordes405ocn004543414book18770.70Bennett, JosephLetters from Bayreuth, descriptive and critical of Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen; with an appendix402ocn008508256book18940.95MacCunn, HamishJeanie Deans an opera in four acts and seven tableaux : book of words377ocn008000958book18820.63Berlioz, HectorA treatise on modern instrumentation and orchestration; to which is appended the Chef d'orchestre372ocn005314391book18870.79Bennett, JosephA short history of cheap music as exemplified in the records of the house of Novello, Ewer & Co. : with especial reference to the first fifty years of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen VictoriaCriticism, interpretation, etc333ocn009572997book18830.88Bennett, JosephHector Berlioz283ocn002767457book0.82Bennett, JosephLuigi CherubiniBiography263ocn058540830score18870.74Cowen, Frederic HRuth, a dramatic oratorio262ocn018376654book18920.77Spark, Frederick RobertHistory of the Leeds musical festivals, 1858-1889255ocn012325130score18860.56Mackenzie, Alexander CampbellThe story of Sayid : a dramatic cantata for solo voices, chorus, and orchestra : op. 34882ocn000890645book19080.56Bennett, JosephForty years of music, 1865-1905Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondence21ocn781043172score18890.59Mackenzie, Alexander CampbellThe dream of Jubal, op. 41 : a poem with music : for soli, chorus, orchestra, and accompanied recitationMusical settings11ocn270562323score18830.10Clay, Frederic"'Merry Duchess' Act I11ocn270675815book19010.10Randegger, AlbertoLondon, 24 November 1901 and 20 November 1906, to [Samuel] AitkenThanking him for a book, saying he will be "delighted to hear your charming Annabel sing over the songs," expressing regret that he misplaced Aitken's invitation to his daughter's [Annabel's] wedding, mentioning [Joseph?] Bennett's banquet, congratulating him on being elected Worshipful Mayor of Gloucester, etc11ocn270670847book18800.10Bache, Walter[London], to DeichmannSaying he will play the "Schubert-Liszt Fantasia" at his concert on 27 November, asking if Deichmann will see if Mr. [Joseph] Bennett will allow him to reprint Bennett's program notes, discussing the alterations he would like to make in Bennett's notes if he uses them, etc11ocn270569113score18840.10Sainton, Prosper"Reverie" :11ocn270569091score18850.10Massenet, Jules[Album leaf in the hand of Marie-Hippolyte Rôze] :11ocn270582500book18780.10Michaelis, ThéodoreParis, 11 February 1878, to Julius BenedictSaying that he is glad to hear that Benedict has written fantasies on his opera [The] Lily [of Killarney], expressing the hope that Lily will be accepted by the Opéra Comique, mentioning M. Carvalho, "la Nativité," [Joseph] Bennett, etc11ocn270562391score18830.10Cowen, Frederic H[Album leaf] :11ocn270581507book18920.10Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell[London], 20, 26, and 31 May 1892, and 1 December 1912, to [Samuel] AitkenDiscussing the Cardiff and Gloucester Festivals, complaining that "[Joseph] Bennett has dribbled out my book in homeopathic globules," that Bennett apparently has no idea of the amount of work entailed on the composer, quoting four measures from his Colomba, mentioning [Emile] Sauret, Cowen, Williams, MacCunn, etc11ocn270566140book19040.10Elgar, EdwardPlas Gwyn, 15 August 1904, to [Samuel Aitken]Thanking him for his congratulatory letter and expressing sadness at the great sorrow that has befallen Mr. Bennett11ocn270665275book18970.10Hall, A. Oakey[London] Feb. 19 1887, to a recipient whose name has been erasedExpressing regret that he missed the recipient when he called on Hall in Corn Hill, saying he reads the recipient's Sunday screeds with interest, and noting that Mr. [Charles Anderson?] Dana has lately paid Mr. Bennett pleasant compliments in the Sun11ocn270578115book18840.10Gounod, Charles[n.p., Paris?], 26 March 1884, to Alfred [Mapleson?]Saying that he has only 24 places for the première of Sapho and 200 requests, expressing regret that it is absolutely impossible to provide tickets for [Francis] Hueffer and [Joseph] Bennett, suggesting they write directly to Vaucorbeil, and adding that he is exhausted dealing with Sapho and [La] rédemption at the same time11ocn270577773book0.10German, Edward[London, n.d.], to Miss BennettSending tickets for that evening, and adding that "I hope your father will not be shocked at the appearance of a real live Brass Band in the Second Act!!"11ocn270583094book19030.10O'Mara, Joseph[London], to Miss BennettSaying that the song he will sing in the first part of the program is Tosti's "La mia canzone," adding that he is sorry to hear that her father [Joseph Bennett] hurt himself11ocn863379061book19970.92Muir, TheresaWagner in England : four writers before ShawCriticism, interpretation, etcExamines Wagner's critical reception in 19th century England, through a study of four writers: James W. Davison, Joseph Bennett, Francis Hueffer and William Ashton Ellis. These four represent the full range of Wagner reception in England during the composer's lifetime11ocn270563150score18840.10Dvořák, Antonín"Trio (F moll)." :11ocn270562395score18930.10Cowen, Frederic H[Album leaf] :Thu Oct 16 16:01:33 EDT 2014batch25976