13 NOVEMBER 1847, Page 10

Eight vocalists, dressed in caps of light crimson, blue jackets,

and spot- less white trousers, and calling themselves " Pyrenean Singers," stand in a semicircle on the boards of the Princess's Theatre, and execute a series of melodies, not distinguished for beauty. This sort of thing has been rather hackneyed; but the Pyreneans are to be commended for their precision, and the tenor has a chest-voice which is remarkable both for its power and compass.