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Issue: 036, 02/07/28 p. 568, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Icthyology), Para 5
Category: Icthyology   Music   
Topic: The Shad ascends rivers, and is fascinated by Music
Person: AELIANUS   
Source: Various History   

Issue: 041, 06/08/28 p. 651, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Mazology), Para 8
Category: Zoology   Music   
Topic: Musical Animals. [Animals` response to music: dogs, horses, bulls, oxen, fish, dolphins, seals]
Person: SOUTHEY   LAING   ORPHEUS   SCORESBY   SCOTT, Sir Walter   FLACCUS, Valerius   

Issue: 055, 12/11/28 p. 876, Section: Popular Literature
Heading: Musical, Para 7
Category: Medicine   Nervous System   Music   
Topic: Twilight Music. [Twilight is the best time for listening to music because the optic and auditory nerve "cannot stand simultaneous excitement"]
Person: COTTUGNO   

Issue: 060, 17/12/28 p. 956, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Mazology), Para 9
Category: Zoology   Music   Animal Habits, Personality   Cetacea   Seals   Folklore   Literature   
Topic: Musical Whales. [Many literary references to the responses of whales, dolphins and seals to music]
Person: SCOTT, Sir Walter   
Source: Carew: Description of Cornwall, 135   

Issue: 102, 07/10/29 p. 629-630
Heading: Jacobite Minstrelsy
Category: Philosophy   Music   Literature   Poetry   Anthropology   Philology   Historical Sciences   History Of Civilization   General Coincident Historical Considerations   
Topic: [The antiquity of poetry, particularly song which is, "the literature of the people". Comparative examples may be found in the songs of the Ancient Greeks (and Romans), and of the "Celtic, Sclavonic, or Gothic" ancestors of the "races of modern Europe". The oral and written tradition. What is a song? What is the relationship between words and music, and, within songs, the relationship of words as sounds and as "the representatives of visible images"? The role of songs of protest, such as Jacobin songs]

Issue: 119, 06/02/30 p. 79, Section: Scientific and Miscellaneous
Heading: Extraordinary power of Whistling, Para 4
Category: Medicine   Special Physiology   Voice   Music   
Topic: [Biographical article on Bewick mentions his faculty for whistling]
Person: BEWICK, Thomas   DOVASTON, Mr.   
Source: Magazine of Natural History   

Issue: 120, 13/02/30 p. 91
Heading: Paganini
Category: Medicine   Voice   Respiratory System   Tuberculosis   Psychology   Mental Development   Music   
Topic: [Biographical essay on the genius of Paganini and the nature of musical genius, containing descriptions of consumptive symptoms]
Issue: 121, 20/02/30 p. 105-106
Heading: Paganini. (Concluded from p. 93)
Category: Music   
Topic: [Second part of a biographical essay on Paganini, concentrating on his music]
Person: PAGANINI   
Issue: 124, 13/03/30 p. 154
Heading: Transmission of Sound. Royal Institution
Category: Physics   Sound   Music   
Topic: At the conversazione on Friday the 5th inst., Mr Faraday gave a most able lecture on the transmission of sound through solid conductors, and the power of such substances to render audible the sound they conduct [...] to a great distance. [Four column report]
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 5/03/1830
Issue: 126, 27/03/30 p. 191
Heading: Resemblance between Chinese Music and Scotch
Category: Historical Sciences   History Of Civilization   General Coincident Historical Considerations   Music   
Topic: [The coincidental similarity of Chinese music and Scottish music proves the antiquity of both]
Person: SEMEDO, Father   CARERI, Dr.   BURNEY, Dr.   ROUSSIER, Abbe   RAMEAU   DU HALDE   LIND, Dr.   
Source: Constable`s Miscellany - History of Music   Roussier: Memoires sur la Musique des Anciens   

Issue: 135, 29/05/30 p. 330-331
Heading: Production of Musical Sounds. Royal Institution. Conversazione, Friday, May 21
Category: Physics   Sound   Music   Inventions   Manufactures   History Of Civilization   General Coincident Historical Considerations   
Topic: [...]the invention and subsequent improvements of the method of arranging metallic springs, as a new principle for producing a continued musical sound. [The Athenaeum links this two-column report with that in Athenaeum 124, called "Transmission of Sound"]
Person: FARADAY   DOWLER, Dr.   DAY   MANBY, Capt.   
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 21/05/1830
Issue: 135, 29/05/30 p. 331
Heading: Mechanism of the Human Voice
Category: Medicine   Special Physiology   Voice   Music   
Topic: [Cuvier endorses a memoir of Bennati on the subject of the singing voice, at a sitting of the Academy of Sciences]
Person: CUVIER   PROVY, M.   SAVART, M.   BENNATI, M.   RUSH, Dr. (of Philadelphia)   
Institution: Academie des Sciences   
Paper, 10/05/1830
Issue: 138, 19/06/30 p. 378-379
Heading: Royal Institution. Conversazione, Friday, June 11
Category: Physics   Sound   Music   Inventions   Time   Time Measurement   
Topic: The lecture of this evening was one of several delivered this and the last season, in which the ingenious researches of Mr. Wheatstone have [...]contributed to the interest among the members [...] by the [...]developement, and [...] discoveries of the principles of sound
Institution: Royal Institution   
Lecture, 11/06/1830 Ed`s Mark: PARKES

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