2 JUNE 1832, Page 21

" Sons of Dian, leave your slumbers ;" a Hunting

Glee, the melody chiefly from PAER, arranged for Four Voices. By EDWARD TAYLOR.

Of this beautiful glee, the melody of PARR, which the author ac- knowledges, merely forms the subject, its treatment being entirely his own. It is full of life and freshness, and redolent of the joyous chase. The parts flow with the greatest facility and smoothness, and the words are set with the strictest attention both to expression and accent. It is for a contralto, two tenors, and bass.