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--Leopold de Meyer, the pianist, recently performed at a concert in Bath.

Louis Michal is pronounced by the Swedish critics the legitimate successor of Jenny Lind, and little, if any, inferior to the "Nightingale."

A new opera by Mozart is certainly an unexpected novelty. Julius Andre, of Offenbach, has published the piano score of a work called "L'Ocadel Cairo"--(The Goose of Cairo)--which he claims is by Mozart, and has recently been discovered.

Wagner, Meyerbeer, Litolff, Herz and William Vincent Wallace, met a few weeks ago at Wisbaden.

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