30 May 1828

Nicolas Mori’s Benefit Concert

London: New Argyll Rooms—Time: Evening, Eight o’Clock

Tickets: 10s. 6d.

Programme

Part I  
Overture, Egmont Beethoven
From L’Italiana in Algeri: Trio, ‘Pappataci’Mr. Begrez, Signors de Begnis, PellegriniRossini
Glee for Four Voices, ‘The Midges Dance’Mrs. W. Knyvett, Messrs. Phillips, Vaughan, W. KnyvettKnyvett
Piano DuetMessrs. Moscheles, Pixis 
From Mosè in Egitto Signora Puzzi, Signor CurioniRossini
From La gazza ladra: Aria, ‘Di piacer mi balza il cor’Mme Caradori-AllanRossini
Violin Concerto, incl. ‘Le Petite Tambour’Mr. Mori 
From Aureliano in Palmira
Duet, ‘Mille sospiri e lacrime’
Mlle Brambilla, Mme PastaRossini
Horn FantasiaSignor Puzzi 
From La Contessa di Collerboso: Duet, ‘Nella Casa’Mme Caradori-Allan, Signor de BegnisGenerali
From Niobe Aria: ‘Il soave e bel contento’Mme PastaPacini
Part II  
Concertante, Harp and Flute: 
‘Reminiscences of England’
Messrs. Bochsa, Nicholson 
AriaMme Schütz 
Duet, ‘Go where glory waits’Mrs. and Mr W. Knyvett 
Song, ‘Angel of Life’Mr. Phillips; Bassoon Obbligato: Mr. Mackintosh 
From [Tigrane]: Aria, ‘Mi vedrai [con lieta fronte]’[1]Mme Stockhausen; Oboe Obbligato: Mr. Vogt[Vivaldi]
Piano and Violin Variations on SemiramideMessrs. Moscheles, Mori 
Ballad, ‘Oh no! we never mention her’Miss LoveBayly
Trio, Two Violoncellos and a Double BassMessrs. Lindley, W. Lindley, Dragonetti 
AirMr. Braham 
Duet, ‘Se tu m’ami, o mia regina’Mesdames Schütz, StockhausenRossini
Overture, Der Freischütz Weber
Principal Vocalists: Mesdames Caradori-Allan, Pasta, Schütz, Stockhausen, Mlles Brambilla, Sontag, W. Knyvett, Miss Love, Signora Puzzi; Messrs. Begrez, Phillips, Vaughan, W. Knyvett, Signors Curioni, de Begnis, Pellegrini, Puzzi
Principal Instrumentalists: Messrs. Bochsa, Dragonetti, Lindley, W. Lindley, Mackintosh, Mori, Moscheles, Nicholson, Pixis, Vogt
Leaders: Signor Paolo Spagnoletti (Part I), Mr. Franz Cramer (Part II); Conductor: Sir George Smart

[1] The aria was advertised as ‘Mivedrai’.

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Advertisements

John Bull (March 9, 1828): 73.

NEW ARGYLL ROOMS, Regent-street.—Mr. MORI respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends generally, that his Annual BENEFIT CONCERT is fixed for FRIDAY, the 30th May next. The Performance will be on the grand scale of former years. Particulars will be duly announced.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at the other principal Music Shops. 

The Observer (May 11, 1828): 2.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on Friday Evening, May  30, and solicits those friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than theRooms will conveniently hold. Vocal Performers: Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutz, Madame Stockhausen, Madlle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis. Instrumental Performers: Mons. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, and Mr. Weichsel; Mr. Moscheles, and Monsieur Pixis, Signor Puzzi, Moniseur Vogt, Mr. Nicholson, and Monsieur Bochsa, Mr. Lindley, Mr. Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori. Leader, Mr. Mori. Conductor, Sir Geo. Smart.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. each,  with particulars in small bills. to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s 28 ,New Bond-street; and at the Argyll Rooms. 

John Bull (March 16 1828): 81.

NEW ARGYLL ROOMS, Regent-street.—MR. MORI respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends generally, that his Annual BENEFIT CONCERT is fixed for FRIDAY, the 30th May next. The Performance will be on the grand scale of former years. Particulars will be duly announced.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at the other principal Music Shops.

John Bull (March 23 1828): 89.

[Same as issued in John Bull on March 16]

John Bull (March 30, 1828): 97.  

NEW ARGYLL ROOMS, Regent-street.—MR. MORI respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends generally, that his Annual BENEFIT CONCERT is fixed for FRIDAY, the 30th May next. The Performance will be on the grand scale of former years. Particulars will be duly announced.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at the other principal Music Shops.

John Bull (April 6, 1828): 105.

NEW ARGYLL ROOMS, Regent-street.—MR. MORI respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends generally, that his Annual BENEFIT CONCERT is fixed for FRIDAY, the 30th May next. The Performance will be on the grand scale of former years. Particulars will be duly announced.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at the other principal Music Shops.

The Atlas (April 6, 1828): 224.

NEW ARGYLL ROOMS, REGENT STREET.—MR. MORI respectfully acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends generally, that his CONCERT will take place on Friday evening, May 30, 1828. Further particulars will be duly announced. The Concert will be on the grand scale of formers years.—Tickets, Half-a-Guinea each, to be had of Mori and Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street, and at the other principal Music Shops.

John Bull (April 27, 1828): 129.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY EVENING, May  30, 1828. Vocal Performers—Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schütz, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, Miss Johnston, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. Wm. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis. Instrumental Performers—Mons. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer. During the Evening, the following Instrumental pieces will be performed:—Concerto for two Piano-fortes, with Orchestral accompaniments, Mr. Moscheles and Mons. Pixis: New Fantasia Corno, Signor Puzzi; Fantasie Harp, Mr. Bochsa (being his second and last appearance before his Concert): Fantasie Oboe, Mr. Voght; Trio, two Violoncellos and Double Bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Signor Dragonetti; Concerto Violin (Mayseder), Mr. Mori,  in which he will include by particular desire, “Le Petit Tambour:” Hummel’s celebrated Concertante Variations on “La Sentenelle,” as performed at Mr. Moscheles’ Concert, for Voice, Violin, Piano-forte, and Violoncello; Beethoven’s Overture to Egmont; the celebrated Overture to Der Frieschutz. The Band will be upon the splendid scale of the Philharmonic Concerts. Leader, Mr. Mori; Conductor, Sir George Smart.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, and Boxes, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond street. 

The Atlas (April 27, 1828): 16.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—M. MORI respectfully announces that his Annual CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY Evening, MAY  30, 1828. 

Vocal Performers—Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutz, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, Miss Johnston, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Bégrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vanghan [sic], Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis.

Instrumental Performers—Monsieur De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, and Mr. F. Cramer.

During the Evening, the following Instrumental pieces will be performed—Concerto for two pianofortes, with orchestral accompaniments, Mr. Moscheles and Monsieur Pixis. New Fantasia corno, Signor Puzzi. Fantasia oboe, Monsieur Vogt. Trio, two violincellos [sic] and double bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Signor Dragonetti. Concerto violin, Mr. Mori, (Mayseder) in which he will introduce by particular desire, “Le Petit Tambour.” Hummell’s celebrated Concerto, ariations on “La Sentenelle,” as performed at Mr. Moscheles’ Concert, for voice, violin, pianoforte, and violincello. Beethoven’s Overture to “Egmont.” The celebrated Overture to “Der Frieschuts [sic].”

The Band will be on the splendid scale of the Philharmonic Concerts.

Leader, Mr. Mori.—Conductor, Sir George Smart.

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, and boxes to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street. 

The Courier (May 6, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY EVENING, May  30. 

Vocal Performers—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Mademlle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis.

Instrumental Performers.—M. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, and Mr. Wieschsel.

During the Evening, the following Instrumental pieces will be performed:—Concertante, Variations, for two Piano-fortes, with Orchestral Accompaniments, Mr. Moscheles and M. Pexis [sic]; New Fantasie, Corno, Signor Puzzi; Grand Duet for Harp and Flute, Mr. Bochsa and Mr. Nicholson (being Mr. Bochsa’s second and last performance before his Concert); Trio, two Violoncellos and Double Bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Signor Dragonetti; Concertanti, Violin, Mr. Mori (Mayseder), in which he will include, by particular desire, “Le petit Tambour;” Hummell’s celebrated Concertante, Variations, for Voice, Violin, Piano-forte, and Violoncello; Beethoven’s Overture to Egmont; the celebrated Overture to Der Freischutz.

The Band will be on the grand scale of the Philharmonic Concert.

Leader, Mr. Mori; Conductor, Sir George Smart.   

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, and Boxes to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street. 

The Morning Chronicle (May 6, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces  that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on Friday Evening, May 30.—Vocal Performers: Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutz, Madame Stockhausen, Madlle. Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Sig Begrez, Mr Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Sig. de Begnis. Instrumental Performers: M. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F.  Cramer, and Mr. Weichsel. During the evening the following Instrumental Pieces will be performed: Concertante, Variations, for two Piano-fortes, Messrs. Moscheles and Pixis; New Fantasia Corno, Sig. Puzzi; G. Duet, Harp and Flute, Mr. Bochsa and Mr. Nicholson (being Mr Bochas’s second and last performance before his Concert); Trio, two Violoncellos and Double Bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Sig. Dragonetti; Concerto Violin, Mr. Mori, Mayseder, in which he will include (by particular desire) ‘Le petit Tambour,’ celebrated Concertante Variations for Voice, Violin, Piano-forte, and Violoncello; Beethoven’s Overture to Egmont; the celebrated Overture to Der Freischutz:—The Band will be on the grand scale of the Philharmonic Concert. Leader, Mr. Mori; Conductor, Sir G. Smart. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, and Boxes to be had at Mori & Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-st. 

The Morning Post (May 6, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—M. MORI respectfully announces  that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY EVENING, May  30.—Vocal Performers:—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze [sic], Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor de Begnis.—Instrumental Performers:—Mons. de Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F.  Cramer, and Mr. Weichsel. During the evening the following Instrumental Pieces will be performed:—Concertante for two Pianofortes, with orchestral accompaniments, Mr. Moscheles and Mons. Pixis; new Fantasia, Corno, Signor Puzzi; Grand Duet, Harp and Flute, Mr. Nicholson and Mons. Bochsa, being Mr. Bochsa’s second and last performance before his Concert; Trio, two Violoncellos and Double Bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Signor Dragonetti; Concerto, Violin, Mr. Mori, Mayseder, in which he will include, by particular desire, “Le petite Tambour;” Hummell’s celebrated Concertante Variations, for Voice, Violin, Pianoforte, and Violoncello; Beethoven’s Overture to Egmont; the celebrated Overture to Der Freischutz. The Band will be on the grand scale of the Philharmonic Concerts. Leader, Mr. Mori. Conductor, Sir Geo. Smart. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, and Boxes to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street.

John Bull (May 11, 1828): 145.

NEW ARGYLL ROOMS, Regent-street.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY, May 30, and solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence, to make an early applications for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms will conveniently hold

Vocal Performers—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schütz, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts: Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis.

Instrumental Performers—M. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, and Mr. Weichsel: Mr. Moscheles, Mons. Pixis, Mr. Bochsa, Mr. Nicholson, Signor Puzzi, Mons, Voght [sic], Mr. Lindley, Signor Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori

Leader, Mr. Mori Conductor, Sir George Smart.

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each with particulars in small bills, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-sstreet, and at the Argyll Rooms. 

The Atlas (May 11, 1828): 304.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—M. MORI respectfully announces that his Annual CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY Evening, MAY  30, 1828. Mr. Mori solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms can conveniently hold.

Vocal Performers—Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutz, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Bégrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis. Instrumental Performers—M. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, and Mr. F. Cramer. During the Evening will be performed—Concerto for two pianofortes, with orchestral accompaniments, Mr. Moscheles and M. Pixis. New Fantasia corno, Signor Puzzi. Grand Duet for harp and flute, Mr Bochsa and Mr. Nicholson (Mr. Bochsa’s second and last performance before his Concert). Fantasia oboe, Monsieur Vogt, Trio, two violoncellos and double bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Signor Dragonetti. Concerto violin, Mr. Mori, (Mayseder), in which he will introduce by particular desire, “Le Petit Tambour.” 

The Band will be on the splendid scale of the Philharmonic Concerts.

Leader, Mr. Mori.—Conductor, Sir George Smart.

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with Particulars in small bills; and Boxes to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 21, New Bond-street.

The Courier (May 12, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY Evening, May 30, and solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms can conveniently hold.

Vocal Performers—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Mademlle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis.

Instrumental Performers.—M. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, and Mr. Wieschsel [sic], Mr. Moscheles, M. Pixis, Mr. Bochsa, Mr. Nicholson, Signor Puzzi, M. Vogt, Mr. Lindley, Signor Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori 

Leader, Mr. Mori; Conductor, Sir George Smart.   

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with particulars in small bills, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street; and at the Argyll Rooms. 

The Morning Chronicle (May 12, 1828): 1.               

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on Friday Evening, May 30, and solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms can conveniently hold.—Vocal Performers: Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Maddle. Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Sig. Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Sig. De Begnis. Instrumental Performers: Mons. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, Mr. Weichsel, Mr. Moscheles, Mons. Pixis, Mr. Bochsa, Mr. Nicholson, Signor Puzzi, Mons. Vogt, Mr. Lindley, Signor Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori. Leader, Mr. Mori; Conductor, Sir George Smart.—Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with particulars in small bills, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street; and at the Argyll Rooms. 

The Morning Post (May 12, 1828): 1.            

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY EVENING, May 30, 1828, and solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence, to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms can conveniently hold. Vocal Performers:—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett, and Miss Betts, Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis. Instrumental Performers:—Mr. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, and F. Weichsel, Mr. Moscheles, Mons. Pixis, Mr. Bochsa, Mr. Nicholson, Signor Puzzi, Mons. Vogt, Mr. Lindley, Signor Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori. Leader, Mr. Mori; Conductor, Sir Geo Smart. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with particulars in small bills, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at the Argyll Rooms. 

The Atlas (May 18, 1828): 320.

[Same as issued in The Atlas on May 11]

The Times (May 19, 1828): 3.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI respectfully announces that his ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on Friday Evening, May 30, and solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence, to make an early application for tickets, as no more will be issued than the rooms will hold. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with particulars, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street; and at all the music shops. 

The Morning Post (May 21, 1828): 3.

MR. MORI’S CONCERT.—MORI as usual presents a most attractive bill of the fare to the public for his Concert, on May 30, at the Argyll Rooms, consisting of all the first talent. The Vocal headed by the matchless PASTA, and the Instrumental by himself, and including MOSCHELES, PIXIS, NICHOLSON, BOCHSA, LINDLEY, DRAGONETTI, &c. which must leave to the speculators in attraction not a wish ungratified. So great a favourite is this Gentleman with his brother solo players that we are pleased to see him assisted by WEICHSEL, CRAMER, de BERIOT, SPAGNOLETTI, &c.—This Concert cannot fail to be the most brilliant of the season. 

The Morning Post (May 24, 1828): 1.

MR. MORI’S CONCERT, on FRIDAY next, May 30, at the Argyll Rooms.—Programme:—

Part I. Overture, Egmont, Terzetto, Signori Begrez, Pellegrini, and De Begnis; “Papa taci,” Glee, Mrs. W. Knyvett, Messrs. W. Knyvett, Vaughan, and Phillips. “The Midge’s Dance;” Grand Duett for two Pianofortes, Mr. Moscheles and Mr. Pixis; Duetto, Madame Puzzi and Signor Curioni, “Ah se puoi;” Aria, Madame Caradori, “Di Piacer;” Concerto, Violin, Mr. Mori, in which he will introduce, by particular desire, Le Petite Tambour; Duetto, Madame Pasta and Mademoiselle Brambilla, “Mille sospiri” Fantasia Corna, Signor Puzzi: Duetto, Madame Caradori and Signor de Begnis, “Nella Casa;” Aria, Madame Pasta, “Il soave e bel contento.”

Part II. Grand Concertante, Harp and Flute; The Reminiscences of England, Mr. Bochsa and Mr. Nicholson; Aria, Madame Schutz; Duett, Mrs. and Mr. W Knyvett, “Go where glory waits thee;” Song, Mr. Phillips; “Bassoon obligato, Mr. Mackintosh; Aria, Madame Stockhausen, “Mi vedrai;” Oboe obligato, Mr. Vogt; Concertante, Variations from Semiramide, Violin and Pianoforte, Mr. Mori and Mr. Moscheles; Ballad, Miss Love, “Oh no we never mention her;” Trio, two Violoncellos and Double Bass, Mr. Lindley, Mr. W. Lindley, and Dragonetti; Air, Mr. Braham, Duetto, Madame Schutz and Madame Stockhausen; ‘Se hi m’ami;” Overture, Frieschütz. Leader. 1st Part, Mr. Spagnoletti; 2d Part. Mr. Cramer. Conductor, Sir George Smart. To begin at Eight o’Clock precisely. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at all the Music Shops. 

John Bull (May 25, 1828): 161.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI’S ANNUAL CONCERT will take place on FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, May  30, and he solicits those Friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms will conveniently hold. 

Vocal Performers—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schütz, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs. W. Knyvett; Mr. Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis. 

Instrumental Performers—M. De Beriot, Mr. Spagnoletti, Mr. F. Cramer, and Mr. Weichsel; Mr. Moscheles, Mons. Pixis, Mr. Bochsa, Mr. Nicholson, Signor Puzzi, Mons. Voght, Mr. Lindley, Signor Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori.

Leader, Mr. Mori Conductor, Sir George Smart.

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with particulars in small bills, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s 28, New Bond-street, and at all the Music Shops.

The Atlas (May 25, 1828): 336.

MR. MORI’S CONCERT, on FRIDAY NEXT,

May 30, at the ARGYLL ROOMS.

PART I.—Overture, “Egmont;” Trio, Signors Begrez, Pellegrini, and De Begnis; “Papa taci,” Glee, Mr. and Mrs. W. Knyvett, Vaughan, and Phillips. “The Midge’s Dance,” Grand Duetto, two Pianofortes, Mr. Moscheles and Mr. Pixis; Duetto, Madame Puzzi and Signor Curioni, “Ah sepuir;” Aria, Madame Caradori, “Di Piacer;” Concerto Violin, Mr. Mori, in which he will introduce “Le Petite Tambour;” Duetto, Madame Pasta and Mademoiselle Brambilla, “Mille sospire;” Fantasia Corno, Signor Puzzi: Duetto, Madame Caradori and Signor De Begnis, “Nella Casa;” Aria, Madame Pasta, “Il soave e bel contento.”

PART II.—Grand Concertante, Harp and Flute; “Reminiscences of England,” Mr. Bochsa and Mr. Nicholson; Aria, Madame Schutz; Duett, Mrs. and Mr. W Knyvett, “Go where glory waits;” Song, Mr. Phillips, “Angel of Life;” Bassoon Obligato, Mr. Macintosh; Aria, Madame Stockhausen, Mivedrai;” Oboe Olbigato, Mr. Vogt; Concertante, Variations from “Semiramide,” Violin and Pianoforte, Mr. Mori and Mr. Moscheles; Ballad, Miss Love, “Oh no we never mention her, Trio, two Violoncellos and Double Bass, Messrs. Lindleys and Dragonetti; Air, Mr. Braham, Duetto, Madame Schutz and Madame Stockhausen; Se tu ih’amis;” Overture, Freizschütz [sic].”

Leaders—1st Act, Mr. Spagnoletti; 2d Act. Mr. F. Cramer.

Conductor, Sir George Smart.

To begin at Eight o’Clock precisely.

Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at all the Music Shops. 

The Examiner (May 25, 1828): 350.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI’S ANNUAL CONCERT, will take place on FRIDAY Evening, May  30, 1828, Mr Mori and he solicits those friends who are disposed to honour him with their presence to make an early application for Tickets, as no more will be issued than the Rooms will conveniently hold. 

Vocal Performers:—Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori Allan, Miss Stephens, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Mademoiselle Brambilla, Mrs W. Knyvett; Mr Braham, Signor Curioni, Signor Begrez, Mr Phillips, Mr Vaughan, Mr W. Knyvett, and Signor De Begnis. Instrumental Performers:—Mr de Beriot, Mr Spagnoletti, Mr F. Cramer, and Mr Weichsel, Moscheles, Mons. Pixis, Mr Bochsa, Mr Nicholson, Signor Puzzi, Mons. Vogt, Mr Lindley, Signor Dragonetti, and Mr Mori. Leader, Mr Mori; Conductor, Sir Geo. Smart. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, with particulars in small bills, to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s 28, New Bond street, and at Argyll Rooms. 

The Courier (May 27, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI’S CONCERT, on Friday next. Vocal Performers—Madame Pasta, Made. Caradori, Miss Love, Made Puzzi, Made Schutz, Made Stockhausen, Madlle Brambilla, Mrs. Knyvett; Messrs. Braham, Curioni, Begrez, Phillips, Pellegrini, Vaughan, Knyvett, and De Begnis. Instrumental Performers.—Messrs. De Beriot, Spagnoletti, Cramer, Weichsel. Moscheles, Pixis, Bochsa, Nicholson, Puzzi, Vogt, Lindleys, Dragonetti, and Mori. Conductor, Sir G. Smart. Tickets and Schemes to be had at Mori and Lavenue’s, 28, New Bond-street, and at all the Music Shops.

The Morning Chronicle (May 27, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.Mr. MORI’S CONCERT, on Friday next.—Vocal Performers: Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori, Miss Love, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Maddle. Brambilla, and Mrs. W. Knyvett; Messrs. Braham, Curioni, Begrez, Phillips, Pellegrini, Vaughan, Knyvett, and De Begnis.—Instrumental Performers: Messrs. Deberiot, Spagnoletti, Cramer, Weichsel, Moscheles, Pixis, Bochsa, Nicholson, Puzzi, Vogt, Lindleys, Dragonetti, and Mr. Mori.—Conductor, Sir George Smart.—Tickets and Schemes  to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s 28, New Bond-street; and at all the Music Shops.

The Morning Post (May 27, 1828): 2.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI’S CONCERT, on FRIDAY next.—Vocal Performers: Madame Pasta, Madame Caradori, Madame Puzzi, Madame Schutze, Madame Stockhausen, Miss Love, Mademoiselle Brambilla, and Mrs.  Knyvett; Messrs. Braham, Curioni, Begrez, Phillips, Pellegrini, Vaughan, Knyvett, and De Begnis. Instrumental Performers: Messrs. DeBeriot, Spagnoletti, Cramer, Weichsel, Moscheles, Pixis, Bochsa, Nicholson, Puzzi, Vogt, Lindley, Dragonetti, and Mori.—Conductor, Sir G. Smart. Tickets and schemes to be had at Mori and Lavenu’s 28, New Bond-street, and all the Music Shops.

The Times (May 19, 1828): 1.

ARGYLL ROOMS.—Mr. MORI’s CONCERT, on Friday Evening. Vocal performers—Mad. Pasta, Mad. Caradori, Miss Love, Mad. Puzzi, Mad. Schutz, Mad. Stockhausen, Mlle. Brambilla, and Mrs.  Knyvett; Messrs. Braham, Curioni, Begrez, Phillips, Pellegrini, Vaughan, Knyvett, and De Begnis. Instrumental performers: M. de Beriot, Spagnoletti, Cramer, Weichsel, Moscheles, Pixis, Bochsa, Nicholson, Puzzi, Vogt, Lindley, Dragonetti, and Mori. Conductor, Sir Geo. Smart. Tickets and schemes to be had at Mori and Co.’s, 28, New Bond-street, and all the music shops.

The Morning Post (May 29, 1828): 3.

Mr. MORI has determined that his friends shall not experience the same disagreeable inconvenience which was felt, and justly complained of, at one or two late concerts, by the hot and crowded state of the concert-rooms, he being resolved to issue, for his annual benefit on Friday next, only as many tickets as the room will hold with comfort to the audience.

Reviews

The Courier (May 31, 1828): 3.

MR. MORI’S CONCERT.—The Argyll Rooms were completely filled last night with an elegant assemblage of fashionable company, and the demand for tickets beyond the number which could be supplied with convenience to the public, was understood to have been unusually great. It is extremely gratifying to find real merit thus rewarded, and doubly so when the talents of our native artists meet with well-deserved patronage; for it is by the due encouragement of these alone that the musical science in this country will be upheld and perfected. But we should do injustice to Mr. MORI were we to ascribe the popularity he enjoys to any cause independent of his own transcendent abilities which entitle him, whether as a leader or a concerto player, to the highest station in his profession. In the brilliancy and smoothness of his execution, we discover powers which must have been acquired by unwearied study, while his taste and beauty of expression display the soul of the musician. His exertions on the present occasion were crowned with most complete success. The concerto was a fine specimen of talent; but the concertante duet with Moschelles was his grand effort. The magnificent style of his performance excited universal admiration, and was rewarded with thunders of applause. The concert altogether was so excellent, that we much regret the pressure of other matters precludes us from speaking of it in detail. The duet for two piano-fortes by Moscheles and Pixis, the scena from Freyschutz by Madame Schutz, the Swiss airs by Madame Stockhausen, the duet by Nicholson and Bochsa, and Madame Pasta’s Il Soave, were among the numerous highly effective pieces which may rank this Concert with the very best of the present season. 

The Morning Post (May 31, 1828): 3.

MR. MORI’S CONCERT.

The Argyll Rooms were completely filled last night with an elegant assemblage of fashionable company, and the demand for tickets beyond the number which could be supplied with convenience to the public, was understood to have been unusually great. It is extremely gratifying to find real merit thus rewarded, and doubly so when the talents of our native artists meet with well-deserved patronage; for it is by the due encouragement of these alone that the musical science in this country will be upheld and perfected. But we should do injustice to Mr. MORI were we to ascribe the popularity he enjoys to any cause independent of his own transcendent abilities which entitle him, whether as a leader or a concerto player, to the highest station in his profession. In the brilliancy and smoothness of his execution, we discover powers which must have been acquired by unwearied study, while his taste and beauty of expression display the soul of the musician. His exertions on the present occasion were crowned with most complete success. The concerto was a fine specimen of talent; but the concertante duet with MOSCHELES was his grand effort. The magnificent style of his performance excited universal admiration, and was rewarded with thunders of applause. The concert altogether was so excellent, that we much regret the pressure of other matters precludes us from speaking of it in detail. The duet for two piano-fortes by MOSCHELES and PIXIS, the scena from Freyschutz by Madame SCHUTZ, the Swiss airs by Madame STOCKHAUSEN, the duet by NICHOLSON and BOCHSA, and Madame PASTA’S Il Soave, were among the numerous highly effective pieces which may rank this Concert with the very best of the present season. 

The Harmonicon, vol. VI (1828): 168.

MR. MORI’S,

 At the Argyll RoomsFriday, 30th May.

This was well attended, though not so great an overflow as last year. Mr. Mori played a concerto by Mayseder, and a concertante with M. Moscheles, by the same, with remarkable spirit and brilliancy of execution. The concert was an excellent mixture of Italian, German, and English, both music and performers. The first part was led by Signor Spagnoletti; the second by Mr. F. Cramer; and Sir G. Smart conducted.