went out of his way to do so, and in a few days breathed his last, at Stratford. The body was embalmed and brought to his native land by his widow; a public funeral took place from his own house in Edinburgh, to the Grange Cemetery. An interesting sketch of his life by his daughter Marjory, has recently been published. It contains also a condensation of three books, previously published, entitled 'Kennedy's Colonial Tour,' 'Kennedy in India,' and 'Kennedy at the Cape.' Much sympathy was felt for him and his family in 1881 when one son and two daughters perished at the burning of the Théâtre des Italiens at Nice. His eldest son, David, died at Natal in 1884. Only a, few years before his death Kennedy was at Milan receiving valuable hints from Lamperti; a true lover of his art, he ever felt the necessity for constant application and study. Mr. Kennedy leaves a successor in his son Robert, who is now successfully giving Scottish entertainments in Australia. A movement is on foot to raise a public monument in Edinburgh to Scotland's three great vocalists, Wilson, Templeton, and Kennedy.
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KENT, James. Add that he was chorister of the cathedral from 1711 to 1714, and was appointed organist of the same on Jan. 13, 1737. He died in October, not May, 1776, if his monument at Winchester may be trusted.KETTERER, Eugène, born at Rouen in 1831, entered the Paris Conservatoire, obtaining a second prize for solfège in 1847, and a premier accessit in 1852, under Marinontel. From that time until his death, which took place during the siege of Paris, Dec. 18, 1870, he appeared constantly as a pianist, and wrote multitudes of brilliant fantasias and drawing-room pieces, which obtained an immense and ephemeral popularity.
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KEY-BUGLE. Line 4 of article, add vol. i. to reference.
KEY-NOTE. After reference add in Appendix.
KEYS. P. 56a, l. 8, for [Contrafagotto] read [Double Bassoon].
KIEL, FRIEDRICH. Add date of death, Sept. 14, 1885.
KINDERMANN. See Reicher-Kindermann in Appendix.
KING, M. P. Line 6 from end of article, add date of 'One o'clock, or the Wood Demon,' 1811.
KING'S THEATRE. P. 58b, l. 21, add vol. i. to reference.
KINSKY, Prince. P. 59a, ll. 15 and 45, add vol. i. to references.
KIRCHEN-CANTATEN. P. 60a, l. 15 from bottom, add references to English edition of Spitta's Bach, i. 40, 446, and ii. 348, etc. P. 60b, l. 38, add vol. i. before p. 120. For continuation of the list of cantatas see Bach-Gesellschaft in Appendix, vol. iv. p. 529. Since that article was in type, the number of cantatas has been increased to 170, by the publication in 1887 of the 33rd volume (due 1883), which contains the following:—
161. Komm du süsse Todesstunde.
162. Ach, ich sehe.170. Vernüg te Ruh'.
163. Nur Jedem das Seine.
164. Ihr, die ihr euch.
165. O heil'ge Geist-u. Wasserbad.
166. Wo gehest du hin.
167. Ihr Menschen, rühmet
168. Thue Rechnung!
169. Gott soll allein.