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THE MALLINSON SONG RECITALS.

'■ ■ - •., , J T h «'«;" :_**:.>sw\. ■ suna. ; -wgj_y appreciative ■ audience";. at the : Choral Hall, last- night -to- hear" Mr. end Mrs." Mallihson's song recital. The", concert was a most enjoyable one. After every item the gifted performers were enthusiastically applauded, and at ;the, .conclusion of each -.?■ - j 3 * s °-?<£ s - $&■ JEW- honoured _with double -arid- triple- recalls, and returned,and repeated the last ■solo.- A delightful* tending was .given" of'the 'effectively written "Intra Mufos," . and., a .light, and joyous interpretation was obtained of "Es war zur goldnen Fruhlingszeit." A beautiful legato, sustained singing, and elegance of phrasing were the special features- of. tlie delivery of In !the readihg given ot the' beautiful song '"Daybreak,," the vojce and.;pjaho were in such sympathy that it sounded as though one performer were interpreting the music. A broad rendering was given of "JOream of - Blessed Spirit," and-a beautiful interpretation was ob,taiAed.'c(f_the, lovely ", solo "O, Danke jNlcht"; - while, splendid performances were also, achieved of ■ "O,- My- Garden," "Baby," "Alone in the Wood," "The Rosebud," "Four by the Clock," "A Birthday," 'Slow, Horses, Slow/ and "Bot-«-haft und Lied:" At the termination of the concert Mr. and Mrs. Mallinson were warmly ovated. The piano playing of Mr. Mallinson was listened to. with great pleasure- he makes an ideal ac- r companist and alway* plays with great poetry and charm of phrasing. Next Wednesday a matinee recital will be given, when Mr. Mallinson's Bbng cycle "My Garden" will be performed in its ertircty.

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THE MALLINSON SONG RECITALS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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