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The last concert of the Symphony Orchestra last evening was an eminent success. The events of the programme were the concerto for piano in E flat, by Mr. Henschel, and the symphonic poem by Prof. Paine. The concerto was highly appreciated by the audience, the parts in the adagio carried by the violins being especially admired. Mr. Henschel's rendering of the final allegro movement added much to the interpretation of the number. The symphonic poem, "The Tempest," which was conducted by the composer, aroused in its strong contrasts all the fire and brilliancy and all the subdued feelings which the poetic drama itself inspires. In "Lohengrin's Legend and Farewell," Mr. Chas. R. Adams gave one of the gems of the evening, and it is doubtful if Mr. Adams ever rendered a solo more pleasingly or with better effect.

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