SINCE the return of Mons. De Pachmann he has given us two recitals, to which we have had the pleasure of referring with well-deserved admiration. There is no doubt that M. De Pachmann is a great pianist, but he is certainly also more than most artists, a great enthusiast. One may safely say that it is from absolute forgetfulness of himself in his theme—from the fact that his every nerve keeps time and tune with the music which he is playing—that there are so many accented points in his look and attitudes. We believe that we are only doing Mons. De Pachmann justice in saying that these outward signs of face and form are the irresistible manifestations of convictions and not affectations. Our artist has sketched some of them, and has sketched also one or two of the changes in his appearance since he first came among us.