CHAPTER 14. TOPIC INDEX SC (G) WC-1530.

  • CHAPTER 14: TOPIC INDEX. (2) SC (G). WC- 1530
  • 5/2. This means Chapter 5, Section 2. Then there will be a list of Topics within that Section.
  • 1883 World Columbian Exposition.  9/1
  • 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago.  5/1
  • 6 NEWBURY STREET STUDIOS.  6/2
  • 70TH. BIRTHDAY FOR B. J. 6/2
  • ACCOMPANIST.
  • American Guild of Organists.   5/2
  • AMERICAN MUSIC EDUCATION.   6/2
  • APOLLO: TENTH ANNIVERSARY. 3/4
  • APOLLO CLUB: FORMATION.   3/1
  • Apollo Club-B. J.  Resigns. 5/4
  • APOLLO CLUB PUBLIC REHEARSALS.  3/3
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1872-1873.   3/1                                                                 APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1873-1874.   3/1                                                                 APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1874-1875.  3/2
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1875-1876.  3/2
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1876-1877.   3/3
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1877-1878.   3/3
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1878-1879. 3/4
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1879-1880.  3/4
  • APOLLO CLUB SEASON 1880-1881. 3/4
  • Apollo Club Season 1881-1882. 11th.  4/1
  • Apollo Club Season 1882-1883.  12th. 4/1
  • Apollo Club Season 1883-1884.  13th. 4/2
  • Apollo Club Season 1884-1885.  14th. 4/2
  • Apollo Club Season 1885-1886.  15th. 4/2
  • Apollo Club Season 1886-1887.  16th. 4/3
  • Apollo Club Season 1887-1888.  17th. 4/3
  • Apollo Club Season 1888-1889.  18th. 4/3
  • Apollo Club Season 1889-1890.  19th. 4/4
  • Apollo Club Season 1890-1891.  20th. 4/4
  • Apollo Club Season 1891-1892.  21st.  5/1
  • Apollo Club Season 1892-1893.  22nd. 5/1
  • Apollo Club Season 1893-1894.  23rd. 5/2
  • Apollo Club Season 1894-1895. 24th.  5/2
  • Apollo Club Season 1895-1896. 25th.  5/2
  • Apollo Club Season 1896-1897.  26th. 5/3
  • Apollo Club Season 1897-1898.  27th. 5/3
  • Apollo Club Season 1898-1899. 28th.  5/4
  • Apollo Club Season 1899-1900.  29th. 5/4
  • Apollo Club Season 1900-1901. 30th.  5/4
  • Apollo Sings for the Funeral of John H. Stickney.  5/1
  • APOLLO-SPRING 1881.   3/43
  • Apthorp, William Foster. 2/3
  • Apthorp Lecture.   5/3
  • ARLINGTON CLUB. 3/4
  • Artistic Growth-1860’s
  • Attacks on Lang Through Tucker and Foote.  4/2
  • AVERAGE WEEK.   3/3
  • B. J.’S SISTER-MARIETTA (ETTA) AND FAMILY MUSICALES.  3/1
  • B. J. as a Piano Salesman.   2/1
  • Bach Birthday Concert.   4/2
  • Bach Concerts.   5/3
  • Bayreuth. 5/3
  • Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 1-Boston Premier.   2/3
  • BERLIOZ: DAMNATION OF FAUST.   6/1
  • BERLIOZ: DAMNATION OF FAUST-THREE TIMES!  3/4
  • “Best concert in its history.”  5/2
  • Bible Songs and Youthful Voices.   1/1
  • Birthday Wishes from the Family for MRL.   10/1
  • BIRTH OF MALCOLM LANG. 3/4
  • BIRTH OF ROSAMOND.   3/3
  • Boston: 1850. 1/1
  • BOSTON CHURCH CHOIRS.   3/3
  • BOSTON ORCHESTRAL CLUB. 3/1
  • BOSTON PHILHARMONIC CLUB.  3/2
  • BOSTON PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.  3/4
  • Boston Singers (Replaced Boylston Club)  4/4
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra and Lang.  4/1
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Chorus.  5/1
  • BOYLSTON CLUB.   3/1
  • Brimmer Street House Described.  9/1
  • Brown, Allen A.   4/2
  • BSO 100th. Birthday Celebration.    10/1
  • BSO 1966 Honor.    10/1
  • BSO Subscriber Since 1881, First Concert, to the Present: MRL.   10/1
  • von BULOW. 3/2
  • BUNKER HILL-100TH ANNIVERSARY.  3/2
  • Burrage Room-see Ruth Burrage Room.
  • Carreno, Teresa.   2/2
  • CECILIA AFTER LANG. 6/2
  • CECILIA-BEGINNINGS.   3/2
  • CECILIA CONTINUED.   3/3
  • CECILIA DETRACTOR. 3/4
  • CECILIA SEASON 1876-1877.  1st. Indep. 3/3
  • CECILIA SEASON 1877-1878.  2nd. Indep. 3/3
  • CECILIA SEASON 1878-1879.  3rd. Indep. 3/3
  • CECILIA SEASON 1879-1880.  4th. Indep. 3/4
  • CECILIA SEASON 1880-1881.  5th. Indep. 3/4
  • CECILIA SEASON 1880-1881 CONCLUDED. 3/4
  • Cecilia Season 1881-1882. 6th.  4/1
  • Cecilia Season 1882-1883. 7th.  4/1
  • Cecilia Season 1883-1884. 8th.  4/2
  • Cecilia Season 1884-1885.  9th.  4/2
  • Cecilia Season 1885-1886. 10th. 4/2
  • Cecilia Season 1886-1887. 11th.  4/3
  • Cecilia Season 1887-1888. 12th. 4/3
  • Cecilia Season 1889-1890. 14th. 4/4
  • Cecilia Season 1890-1891. 15th.  4/4
  • Cecilia Season 1891-1892.  16th. 5/1
  • Cecilia Season 1892-1893. 17th.  5/1
  • Cecilia Season 1893-1894.  18th. 5/1
  • Cecilia Season 1894-1895.  19th. 5/2
  • Cecilia Season 1895-1896.  12th. 5/2
  • Cecilia Season 1896-1897.  21st. 5/3
  • Cecilia Season 1897-1898.  22nd. 5/3
  • Cecilia Season 1898-1899.  23rd. 5/3
  • Cecilia Season 1899-1900.  24th. 5/4
  • Cecilia Season 1900-1901.  25th. 5/4
  • CECILIA SEASON 1901-1902.  26th. 6/1
  • CECILIA SEASON 1902-1903.  27th. 6/1. HAVERHILL.
  • CECILIA SEASON 1903-1904.  28th. 6/1
  • CECILIA SEASON 1904-1905.  29th. 6/2
  • CECILIA SEASON 1905-1906.  30th. 6/ 2
  • CECILIA SEASON 1906-1907.  31st. 6/2
  • CECILIA SINGS GOV. WOLCOTT FUNERAL.  6/1
  • CENSUS-1880. 3/4
  • CHADWICK PREMIER WITH APOLLO CLUB.   3/4
  • Chadwick-Support by Lang.    4/3
  • CHAMBER MUSIC: SPRING SERIES 1876.  3/2
  • Chaminade of America.  9/1
  • Chickering Agent.   1/1
  • CHICKERING ANNIVERSARY CONCERT.  6/1
  • Chickering Hall Dedication.
  • CHICKERING ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS.  6/1
  • Chickering piano for Master Lang.   1/1
  • Choral Premiers of Margaret’s.   8/1
  • Choral Training Techniques of Lang. 4/2
  • Christmas Season-1864.   2/2
  • Complimentary Concert for B. J., March 1860.   2/1
  • Concert Arias, Three.   9/1
  • Concerto (Piano) Performances Through 1900.  5/4
  • Concert to Help the Patriots of Crete.  2/3
  • Costume Ball.  4/3
  • CRAMER PIANOFORTE STUDIES.   3/3
  • Critics of Lang.   5/1
  • Damnation of Faust.    4/1
  • DEATH.  Benjamin Johnson Lang.   6/2
  • Death.  Margaret Ruthven Lang.  10/1
  • DEATH OF FRANCES’ MOTHER.  6/1
  • Debut as Pianist in Boston.   2/1
  • Diphtheria.   4/1
  • DITSON FUND MEETING.  6/1
  • Dixey, R. C.   2/3
  • Dixey, Richard C.   2/2
  • Dramatic Overture and Witichis. 9/1
  • Dramatic Overture and Witichis Reviews. 9/1
  • Dutton, Alice-Early Lang Piano Pupil.   2/2
  • Dvorak Composition Lesson(s).
  • Dwight, John S. 2/1
  • DWIGHT COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT. 3/4
  • EARLY CHORAL GROUPS;    3/1
  • Early Piano Teachers of B. J.’s. 1/1
  • Etude Interview with Lang About his Teaching. 5/3
  • EULOGIES.   6/2
  • European Study for B. J.  Three Years or Not.   1/1
  • EUTERPE.   3/4
  • Ex-Governor Wolcott’s funeral.  5/4
  • Fall of 1870.   2/3
  • Family Portraits.  5/3
  • Farm: Second Summer Season-1896.   5/2
  • Farm: Summer Seasons 1897-1901.  5/4
  • Farm: Third Summer Season: 1897.  5/3
  • Father B. and B. J. Music Rooms in Salem.   2/1
  • Father Benjamin and B. J. in a joint concert.   1/1
  • Father Benjamin’s Businesses.   1/1
  • Fidelio.    4/1
  • FINAL CONDUCTING APPEARANCE. 6/2
  • FINANCIAL WORTH.   6/2
  • First Child.   2/2
  • First Lectures.   2/3
  • First Symphony Series.   2/3
  • First Walpurgis Night.   2/1
  • FOOTE, ARTHUR.   3/2
  • Frances’ Singing Lessons.   2/3
  • Frances’ Stand. “Opposing Electrocution.”   9/1
  • Frances Morse Lang-Death 10/1
  • Franz Liszt Dinner.   4/1
  • FUNERAL.   6/2
  • “Genius.” Musical America Article about Margaret.    8/1
  • Gericke, Wilhelm.   4/2
  • Gilmore’s Jubilee.   4/3
  • Gilmore Concert.   2/3
  • Globe Theatre Concerts. 2/3
  • Gottschalk and Lang.   2/1
  • Gottschalk and Lang. II.   2/2
  • GREAT BOSTON FIRE.  3/1
  • HALL OF FAME.   6/2
  • Handel and Haydn 50th. Anniversary.   2/2
  • Handel and Haydn Accompanist-October 1859.  2/1
  • Handel and Haydn-First Triennial Festival.  2/3
  • Handel and Haydn Salary.   4/4
  • Handel and Haydn Society.   2/1
  • HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY.   3/2
  • HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY-LANG CONDUCTS.  3/3
  • Handel and Haydn Society-Lang conducts.  “Was the best concert ever.”
  • Hannah Lang letter-1864.  2/2
  • HARVARD-MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE.   6/2
  • Harvard Musical Association New Home.  5/1
  • Harvard Musical Association Orchestral Concerts. 2/2
  • HAVERHILL CHORAL SOCIETY. 6/1
  • Haydn’s-The Seasons.   2/2
  • Heavenly Noel, The.   9/1
  • Henschel and the B.S.O.  4/1
  • HENSCHEL, HELEN,  BOSTON CONCERT.   6/1
  • Henschel: Miss Helen’s Boston Debut Recital.  5/4
  • HENSCHEL, LILLIAN JUNE BAILEY. b. 1860, d. 1901.  3/3
  • HENSCHEL MARRIAGE.   3/4
  • Hill Burlingame, Edward.   5/2
  • Hood, Helen  4/1
  • Hook and Hastings Studio Organ.  5/2
  • HOUSE AT 8 OTIS PLACE.   3/1
  • House Warming: Harvard Musical Association    9/1
  • Hymn of Praise for Charity.   4/4
  • Hymn of Praise Premier.   2/1
  • Immaculate Conception Church.   4/2
  • INCHES, MRS. LOUISE PAINTED BY SARGENT.  4/3
  • Irish Love Song.  9/1
  • Irish Love Song Lives On.   10/1
  • ISABELLA (MRS. JACK GARDNER) PAINTED BY SARGEANT.  4/3
  • Jaell, Alfred.   1/1
  • JOSEFFY AND LANG. 3/4
  • Joy, Clara F. Early Lang pupil.   2/3
  • King’s Chapel: Easter and Christmas 1895.  5/2
  • King’s Chapel: Elijah.   5/4
  • King’s Chapel: Vespers. Lang’s Magic as an Organist.  4/4
  • King’s Chapel-Christmas 1890.   4/4
  • KING’S CHAPEL-CHRISTMAS 1902.   6/1
  • KING’S CHAPEL-CHRISTMAS 1903.  6/1
  • KING’S CHAPEL-VESPER SERVICES 1907. 6/2
  • Lang’s Home: 1864. With Burrages.  2/2
  • LANG’S INFLUENCE LIVES ON.   6/2
  • LANG’S MOTHER DIED.   3/2
  • Lang’s Musical Position in Boston. 4/1
  • Lang’s Musical Talks.   5/2
  • Lang’s Works Premiered by the Apollo Club.   4/2
  • LANG AS ASSISTING ARTIST.  3/3
  • Lang as B.S.O. Conductor?
  • LANG AS HANDEL AND HAYDN ORGANIST: Third Triennial Festival.  3/2
  • Lang Assists.   4/3
  • Lang, Benjamin Johnson.  1/1
  • Lang, Margaret Ruthven.  2/3
  • Lang- Musical Dictator of Boston.  5/3
  • Lang on Piano Playing.   5/1
  • LAST CECILIA CONCERT. 6/2
  • Lecture Business-Lang, Chadwick, Paine and Elson.  4/2
  • Lectures on Piano Technique.  4/2
  • Lincoln’s Funeral.   2/2
  • Lincoln Emancipation Proclamation Concert.   2/1
  • Liszt and Lang.  4/3
  • MacDowell, Edward Alexander.  4/3
  • MacDowell, Mrs.   10/1
  • Margaret’s First Performances.   8/1
  • Margaret’s Musical Style.  8/1
  • Margaret Aged 101.  10/1
  • Marriage to Frances Morse Burrage.   2/1
  • MECHANICS’ HALL CONCERTS: 1873 MARCH.  3/1
  • MECHANICS’ HALL CONCERTS: 1874 FEBRUARY-MARCH.   3/2
  • MECHANICS’ HALL CONCERTS: 1875 APRIL.  3/2
  • MECHANICS’ HALL CONCERTS: 1876 MARCH.   3/3
  • MECHANICS’ HALL CONCERTS: 1880.  3/4
  • MEMORIAL CONCERTS FOR B. J.  6/2
  • Mendelssohn: Son and Stranger.   4/1
  • Mendelssohn-Eighth Book of Songs Without Words.  2/3
  • MENDELSSOHN QUINTETTE CLUB & THE CATHOLIC CHORAL SOCIETY. 3/1
  • Mendelssohn Quintette Club Performances-1860 to 1869.   2/3
  • Mercantile Hall Concerts.   2/3
  • Messages From God. 1927-1939. 10/1
  • Missa Solemnis-Beethoven. Cecilia Sings at Symphony Hall Dedication. 5/4  Popular
  • Missing Pieces: MRL.  9/1
  • Missing Symphony: MRL.  9/1
  • MISS ROBBINS AND THE ACTRESS, MISS MAUDE ADAMS. 6/1
  • Monster Organ.  2/2
  • More B. J. Solo Appearances.   2/2
  • More MRL Song Performances. 8/1
  • MRL’s Biographies of Early Life. 8/1
  • MRS. GARDNER’S NEW MUSIC ROOM. 6/1
  • Munich Conservatory Instructors.    8/1
  • Munich: Margaret begins her studies.  4/2
  • Munich Study-1885.    8/1
  • Murder.   5/4
  • Music Hall Organ Concerts.   2/3
  • Music Hall Organ Dedication.   2/2
  • Music Hall Organ: 1865-66 Season.  2/2
  • Musicians’ Aid Concert.  5/4
  • NATIONAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC.  3/1
  • Nevin, Ethelbert.   4/1
  • New Boston Farm: First Summer Season-1895.   5/2
  • New England Conservatory.   2/2
  • Nikisch, Arthur. 4/4
  • Nikisch, BSO, Play for Margaret’s Instruction.   8/1
  • Ninth Cecilia Season. 1884-1885.   4/2
  • Ojala-1889 Paris World’s Fair.   8/1
  • Ojala-Washington, D. C. Performance.   8/1
  • Old South Organist-1859.   2/1
  • ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS OF LANG.  3/4
  • Organ Positions: Early. 1/1
  • Organ Positions: Old South Church. 1859-1864. South Congregational Church. 1864-1888. King’s Chapel. 1888-1909. B. J.’s Studio Organs. 1/1
  • OTHER CHARITABLE EVENTS (1) (2) (3).  6/1
  • Other Concert Groups.   2/2
  • Other Concerts.  2/3
  • PAINE- AZARA.  6/1
  • Parsifal: Second Time.   5/1
  • Parsifal.  4/4
  • PARSIFAL. 6/1
  • Peace Jubilee: 1869. 2/3
  • Peace Jubilee, World:  1872. See World Peace Jubilee.
  • Performances c. 1899.  9/1
  • Personality.  5/3
  • Petersilia, Carlyle and Lang.  2/3
  • Philharmonic Society Soloist. Lang plays Tchaikovsky.  4/1
  • Pianoforte Concerto Concerts-First Series-1887.  4/3
  • Pianoforte Concerto Concerts-Second Series-1888.   4/3
  • Pianoforte Concerto Concerts-Third Series-1890.   4/3
  • Piano Instructor-Lang’s methods.  4/4. See also: Teacher of Piano.  2/3
  • PIANO RECITALS.  3/4
  • Pianos: Special Double Piano and Silent Practice Piano.
  • Piano Technique Lectures-1867 and 1883.  2/3
  • Portraits of Lang Family-see Family Portraits
  • Premiers of Beethoven and Liszt/Schubert.  2/3
  • PRESIDENT HAYES VISIT. 3/3
  • RAISED $1,000,000+ FOR THE  ENDOWMENT. 6/2
  • RESIGNS FROM THE CECILIA.   6/2
  • Return to Boston-1888.   8/1
  • RETURN TO HARNESS.   3/1
  • Rival Pianists of Lang-Perabo and Petersilia.   2/2
  • Royalties: Margaret Contacts Her Publisher.   9/1
  • RUBINSTEIN PIANO CONCERTO IN G-BOSTON PREMIER.   3/1
  • RUDERSDORF, MADAME ERMINA.  3/1
  • Ruth Burrage Library of Orchestral Scores.  5/4
  • RUTH BURRAGE ROOM-MOVED.   6/2
  • RUTH BURRAGE ROOM  SUMMER 1872. 3/1
  • Salem Academy of Music and Salem Choral Society.   1/1
  • Salem-Amphions.   2/1
  • SALEM CONCERT.   3/2
  • Salem Concert. B. J. as Pianist. 1863.  2/2
  • Salem Concerts. 3: 1866-67. B. J. conducts a “BSO.”   2/3
  • Salem Oratorio Society.   2/3
  • SALEM ORATORIO SOCIETY.  3/1
  • Salem Oratorio Society. 4/4
  • Sargent’s painting of Mrs. Jack Gardner.  4/3
  • Sargent’s painting of Mrs. Louise Inches.  4/3
  • Satter and Lang.   2/1
  • Schumann Piano Works.   4/2
  • Season 1888-1889. 13th.  4/4
  • SECOND SERIES OF CONCERTS AT THE GLOBE THEATRE.   3/1
  • Shakespeare Birthday Concert.   2/2
  • Ship-Typical Journey.   5/2
  • Singing with the Boston Symphony.   4/4
  • Social Events.   5/1
  • SON AND STRANGER-MENDELSSOHN.   3/3
  • Song Performances.  9/1
  • SOUTH BOSTON CHORAL UNION,  CHELSEA CHORAL SOCIETY. 3/1
  • South Congregational Church-Lang leaves.  4/3
  • South Congregational Church Organist.   2/2
  • St. Botolph Club. Chadwick Describes.  4/2
  • ST. BOTOLPH CLUB. HISTORY.  3/4
  • ST. SAENS: NOEL-CHRISTMAS ORATORIO.  3/4
  • ST. SAENS-CONCERTO NO. 2. 3/3
  • ST. SAENS PIANO CONCERTO NO. 2 IN NEW YORK CITY.  3/3
  • STRAUSS: ENOCH ARDEN. 6/1
  • STRAUSS, RICHARD IN BOSTON.  6/2
  • Student Apes the Master.   5/4
  • Student Concerto Concerts.   2/3
  • STUDENT CONCERTO CONCERTS II.   3/1
  • Summer 1860-Europe.  2/1
  • Summer 1866-Europe.   2/2
  • Summer-1867.  2/3
  • Summer- 1871. Europe.  2/3
  • SUMMER-1875.   3/2
  • Summer-1885.   4/2
  • Summer-1888. Europe.  4/3
  • Summer-1897. Europe.  5/3
  • Summer- 1871. Europe.  2/3
  • Summer-1888. Europe.  4/3
  • Summer-1897. Europe.  5/3
  • Summer-1900.   5/4
  • SUMMER-1904. 6/2
  • TABLE GOSSIP.   6/1
  • Taste in Music: How Can it be Cultivated and Refined?  5/4
  • Tchaikovsky.   4/1
  • TCHAIKOVSKY PIANO CONCERTO NO. 1 WORLD PREMIER.  3/2
  • Teacher and Pupil. The Early 1860s.  2/2
  • Teacher of Piano.  2/3 see also: Piano Instructor-Lang’s Methods. 4/4
  • The Ditson Fund. 5/3
  • THE SINGING CLUB.   6/1
  • THOMAS CHORAL SOCIETY.   3/2
  • TOPICS AND PREMIERS.  6/1
  • TREMONT TEMPLE CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERTS OF LANG.  3/4
  • TREMONT TEMPLE NEW ORGAN. 3/4
  • TREMONT TEMPLE REOPENING.  3/1
  • TRIPS BACK TO EUROPE.  3/4
  • Trip to Europe. 1891.  4/4
  • Tucker, Hiram G.   2/3
  • Tucker, Hiram G., Concert.   5/4
  • VON BULOW. 3/2
  • Wagner: A French Life  of-Lang, Preface. 5/1
  • WAGNER AND LANG.   3/3
  • Will-Margaret’s. 10/1
  • WINCH, MR. JOHN F.   3/2
  • Woolf Edward, Benjamin.  2/3
  • WOOLF EDWARD, BENJAMIN-CRITIC.   3/4
  • WORCESTER RECITAL.  3/1
  • WORLD PEACE JUBILEE; 1873.  3/1
  • YALE DEGREE.   6/1
  • Year In Europe-1869 to 70: Berlin Concert. Rome and Liszt. April. Vienna Concert. June. July. August 12th.  2/3
  • Yet More MRL Song Performances.    9/1
  • Youthful Voices.   2/1
  •  Zerrahn, Carl.   2/1

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