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"THE MUSICAL HERALD." j Starting its sei-cul-ieth year, the Musi- cal Herald appears for January in en- kiT-ged and improved appearance. A [ feature is now Hooe of a supplement of I new mufeir. The journal appeals strongly to mnsic students because of the help jriv«ti by specialists in a number of pages ¡ ⢠g; music. Tlie first article is a sketch j portrait of Dvorak. P I)c [) II a-,?p o, CJdpin. after seventy years, is reviewed j j oy the musical historian, Henry Davev. Suggestions for improving Church song I are made by ArchclAcoii G Caidner. tflu. Bac. A remarkable experiment in the te"hing o? music to schoolboys is de- scribed bv C. T, Smith. British Chamber Music Composers, and their i-?c,rks are?i selected for commendation by T. F. Dun- j till. Critics in leading centres report upon the events of the month. New books 01: music are reviewed. Prize competi- j tions are announced. Altogether, with I its'signed articles, ivide outlook and prae-j tical hints for music-lovers, the Musical J Herald" fri.) is In- j [ dispensable to amateur and professor of music alike. l

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