In this there is happily mingled a beauty almost tender with a masculine breadth of style which would have delighted the old .... This objection being recorded, it may be cheerfully admitted of Mr. J. F. Barnett, that he has done the best he could with an ... of other portions to the chorus; and that the interruptions of the Wedding Guest were given by Mr. Sims Reeves. ... the chorus in 3-4 time in E, soprano, alto, tenor and bass; and an interruption illustrating the wedding festivities appealinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Dwight's Journal of Music, a Paper of Art and Literature|
|Author||:||John Sullivan Dwight|