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Orlando Gibbons. On March 29, 1630, he was
mulcted of a month's salary 'because he pre-
sumed to play verses one the organ at service
tyme, beinge formerly inhibited by the Deane
from doinge the same, by reason of his insuffi-
ciency for that solemne service.' Anthony Wood
says he was organist of Westminster Aijbey, but
there is no evidence to support the assertion.
He is said to have composed a song in 40-parts
performed before Charles I. about 1635. He
was a commissioner for granting dispensations
to convert arable land into pasture. His name
last occurs in 1641 in a warrant for exempting
the Idng's musicians from payment of subsidies.
His son. Sir Philip Warwick, was Secretary to
the Treasury, temp. Car. II. [W.H.H.]



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WASIELEWSKY.



WASIELEWSKY, Joseph W. von, author,
violin-player and conductor, boin June 17,
1S22, at Gross Leesen, near Dantzig. His
parents were both capable musicians, and liis
father taught him the violin at an early age,
and urged the study of it upon him and his two
elder brothers. Joseph repeatedly endeavoured
to be allowed to take music as his profession ;
but it was not till April 3, 18^3, that his wish
was gratified by entering the Conservatorium at
Leipzig under Mendelssohn's personal teaching.
Other branches he learned under David and
Hauptmann, and remained in the Conservato-
rium till Easter, 1S45. He then played in the
orchestras of the theatre, the Gewandhaus, and
the Euterpe concerts, till 1S50, when he left for
Diisseldorf at the invitation of Schumann, and
remained there for two years. In May, 1S52,
he removed to Bonn, and became conductor of
the ' Concordia,' the Gesangverein, and the 'Bee-
thoven-Verein.' After three years he exchanged
this for Dresden. In 1869 he was recalled to
Bonn as ' town music-director.' In 1S58 he pub-
lished his biography of Schumann (2nd and 3rd
eds., 1S69 and 18S0) ; in 1S69 his e.'ccellent book
on the Violin and its Masters (Breitkopf & Hiir-
tel); in 1S74 'Die Violine im 17 Jahrhundert,'
etc. (Bonn) ; and 'History of Instrumental Music
in the 16th Century' (Berlin). He has a decora-
tion from the Duke of Meiningen (1871); and
is a royal music-director (1S73), and a member
of the ' Accademia filarmonica ' at Bologna. [G.]

WATER CARRIER, THE, the English ver-
sion of Cherubini's ' Les deqx journees.' It
was produced in a very mutilated state in London
in 1801 as 'The Escapes, or the Water Carrier,'
and again at Covent Garden, Nov. 12, 1824,
' with the overture and all the music' On Oct.
27, 1875, it was again produced, by Carl Rosa,
at the Princess's Theatre, London, complete,
with Mr. Santley as Micheli. [G.]

WATER MUSIC, THE. A series of Instru-
mental Movements composed by Handel.

On his return from Italy, in 1710, Handel
was presented to the Elector of Hanover by
Steifani, through whom he obtained the appoint-
ment of Ciipellmeister at the Electoral Court,
with leave of absence for a visit to England. He
returned in June, 1711; and, in 1712 obtained
permission to make a second visit ' on condition
that he engaged to return within a reasonable
time.' ' This he interpreted so liberally, that he
was still busy in London when the Elector arrived
there, under the title of King George I., Sept. 20,
1 714. It was impossible for him to present him-
self at Court after such a dereliction of duty ; but
his friends. Baron Kielmansegge and the Earl of
Burlington, procured his restoration to favour.
By their advice he wrote a Suite of Movements
for two Solo Violins, Flute, Piccolo, two Haut-
boys, one Bassoon, two Horns, two Trumpets,
and Stringed Orchestra; and had them played,
under his own direction, on Aug. 22, 171,^, upon

1 Miiinwaring, 'Jlemolrs of the Life of the late Ceorge Frederic
Handel ' \LuuUuu, 170Oj. pp. «5. 66,



WATER MUSIC.

a boat, in which he followed the Royal Bargi
on its return from Limehouse to Whitehall, Tht
King was delighted with the music and enquire?
the name of the composer. Baron Kielmansegg*
made good use of the opportunity, and so far ap
peased the King's resentment, that he not onlj
restored Handel to favour, but accorded him f
pension of £200 a J'ear, in addition to one
equal amount previously granted to him bj
Queen Anne. We owe this account to Main
waring.^ Hawkins asserts that the pension wai
not granted till Handel's appearance at Cour
with Geminiani. The date rests on the autha
rity of Malcolm,^ who also tells us that a simila:
excursion took place, July 17, 1717, when th(
Royal Family proceeded by water to ' a suppet
part}', given by Lady Catharine Jones, at th(
house of the late Lord Ranelagh, at Chelsea'
and that Handel directed tlie orchestra with sud
success that the King commanded the whole
the music to be thrice repeated. As no secon(
collection of ' Water Music ' is known to be ^
existence, we are driven to the supposition thi
the compositions of 17 15 were repeated in 171}
Dr. Chrysander is of opinion that the first per
foimance took place in 1 71 7 ; but the earlier dati
has always been accepted, and it is certain tha'
Handel was reconciled to the King long befor
1717,

The Water Music consists of twenty-one Move
ments, disposed in the following order : —

1. Overture (Introduction and Fugue inF)

2. Adagio.

3. A Movement (AH". ?) in Triple Time.

4. Andante.

5. A Movement (All°. ?) in Triple Time,

6. Air, in F. f

7. A Movement (All". ?) in Triple Time. '

8. Boure (sic).

9. Hornpipe (in 3-2 Time). ;

10. A Movement (All". ?) in D Minor.

11. A Movement (All". ?) in D Major.

12. A Movement (AH". ?) in 3-2 Time.

1 3. A Movement in form of a Sara ban Je.

14. Ai'ia, in G.

15. Lentement.

16. A Movement in form of a Bourre'e.

17. Menuet.

18. Menuet,

19. A Movement (All". ?) in C Minor.

20. A Movement (All". ?) in G Major.

21. Coro, in D Major.

The original autograph has disappeared ; bu
two Movements, undated, and differing consider
ably from the printed copies, will be found in Add
MSS. 30,310, Brit. Mus.* The earliest priatei
edition is that of Walsh, published in 1 740.

The Water Music arranged for the piano wa
once a favourite piece with amateurs, and man;
still living must recollect hearing its spirited am
rhythmical strains in their childhood. [W.S.R.

2 Mainwaring, pp. 90-92. j ■ . .v

3 ' Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London, during tn
Eighteenth Century' (London, IS]]). , „ j» ,t 1

4 It is quite possible that these may have been remodelled lor u
performance iu 1717,



A DICTIONAEY

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MUSIC AND MUSICIANS

(A.D. 1450 — 1885).

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS.

Addison F. Andrews, Esq., New York

Sir Julius Benedict, the late

Joseph Bennett, Esq.

James R. Sternd ale-Bennett, Esq

David Baptie, Esq., Glasgow

Hon. Mrs. Burrell

Mrs. Walter Carr

William Chappell, Esq., F.S.A.

Alexis Chittt, Esq.

M. Gustave Chouquet, Keeper of the Museum of the Conservatoire

de Musique, Paris

Arthur Duke Coleridge, Esq., Barrister-at-Law

Frederick Corder, Esq., Mendelssohn Scholar, 1875-79

George Arthur Crawford, Major

William H. Cummings, Esq

W. G. CusiNS, Esq., late Conductor of the Philharmonic Society ; Master

of the Music to the Queen

Edward Dannreuther, Esq

Herr Paul David

James W. Davison, Esq., the late

Harry Collins Deacon, Esq

Edward H. Donkin, Esq.

H. Sutherland Edwards, Esq

Louis Engel, Esq

Henry Frederick Frost, Esq., Organist of the Chapel Royal, Savoy

J. A. Fuller-Maitland, Esq

John T. Fyfe, Esq., late of Glasgow

Charles Allan Fyffe, Esq., Barrister-at-Law

Herr Max Friedlander, Berlin

Dr. Franz Gehring, the late, Vienna ...

J. C. Griffith, Esq.

Rev. Thomas Helmore, Master of the Children of tlie Chapels Royal

William Henderson, Esq.

George Herbert, Esq

Dr. Ferdinand Hiller, the late, Cologne

A. J. HiPKiNS, Esq.

Edward John Hopkins, Esq., Organist of the Temple

Rev. Canon Percy Hudson

Francis Hueffer, Esq

John HuLLAH, Esq., LL.D., the late

William H. Husk, Esq., Librarian to the Sacred Hai-monic Society...

F. H. Jenks, Esq., Boston, Mass., U. S. A

James Lecky, Esq.

Henry J. Lincoln, Esq

R. B. Litchfield, Esq

Stanley Lucas, Esq., formerly Secretary to the Philharmonic Society...

Hercules MacDonnell, Esq

Sir George Alexander Macfarren, Mus. Doc, Professor of Music in

the University of Cambridge, &c., &c. ... ... ... ... G. A. M.



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Hebr a. Maczewski, late Concert-director, Kaiserslautem

Julian Marshall, Esq

Mrs. Julian Marshall

EussELL Martineau, Esq.

Gianandrea Mazzucato, Esq

Rev. John Henry Mee, Mus. Bac, M.A

Miss Louisa M. Middleton

Edwin G. Monk, Esq., Mus. Doc, formerly Organist of York Cathedral

Rev. J. R. Milne

Sir Herbert S. Oakelet, Mus. Doc, Professor of Music in the Uni-
versity of Edinburgh

Rev. Sir Frederick A. Gore Ouselet, Bart., Mus. Doc, Professor
of Music in the University of Oxford

Walter Pabratt, Esq., Mus. Bac.

C. Hubert H. Parry, Esq., Mus. Doc, Choragus of the University of
O.xford

Herr Ernst Pauer

Edward John Payne, Esq., Barriwter-at-Law ...

Rev. Hugh Pearson, late Canon of Windsor

Edward H. Pember, Esq., Q.C

Miss Phillimore

Hebb C. Ferdinand Pohl, Librarian to the Gesellschaft der Musik-

freunde, Vienna ...

William Pole, Esq., F.R.S., Mus, Doc

Victor de Pontigny, Esq.

Reginald Lane Poole, Esq

Ebenezer Prout, Esq

Rev. William Pulling

Charles H. Purday, Esq.

Edward F. Rimbault, Esq., LL.D., the late

Ldigi Ricci, Esq

W. S. RocKSTRo, Esq

Desmond Lumley Ryan, Esq

Carl Siewers, Esq.

Dr. Philipp Spitta, Berlin; Professor in the University; Secretary to

the Royal Academy of Arts ; and Managing-Director of the

Royal High-School for Mu.sic

W. Barclay Squire, Esq.

John Stainer, Esq., Mus. Doc

H. H. Statham, Esq

Sir Robert P. Stewart, Mus. Doc, Professor of Music in Dublin

University ...

T. L. Stillie, Esq., late of Glasgow

William H. Stone, Esq., M.B

Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, Mus. Doc, formerly Principal of the

National Training School of Music
Franklin Taylor, Esq

Alexander W. Thayer, Esq., United States Consul, Trieste, Author
of the Life of Beethoven ...

Miss Bertha Thomas

C. A. W. Troyte, Esq

Colonel H. Ware, Public Library, Boston, Mass., U. S. A.
Mrs. Edmond Wodehouse

J. MuiR Wood, Esq., Glasgow

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