We observed in the scheme of the Ancient Concert of
this week, three pieces taken out of the bills of the-Vocal Concerts. Two more Madrigals were attempted ; and, in order to give them addi- tional and new effect, the young ladies and gentlemen . from the Academy were placed in the orchestra "all in a. row." . Poor things! we pitied them. Their musical education does not reach back to the time of ARNE or even WEBBE, and they were as much abroad with the music of WARD and WIMPLE as if it had been presented to them in its original barless and lozenge-noted form.