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Co. 1877. No. 20 in M. 157.25

Farewell, The. [Part-song, t. t. t. b.] {In Orpheus glee-book.

Pp. 84, 85.) No. 4S in M.246.36

Farewell! Cantata. For the Music see Hirsch, C. For the

Libretto see Mosen.
Farewell. Part-song.

Cutter, E., Jr. No. 58 in M.392.3

Herbert, V. Aus Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen.

No. 60 in M.392.8; etc.
Maehllig. No. 30 in M.205.IC.7

VoGRiCH. No. 46 in M.392.26

Farewell, The. Song.

Cooke, R. No. 8 in M.235.14

Mendelssohn-Barthgldy, J. L. F. Songs. No. 67 in M.244.21

Farewell all joys. Madrigal. Gibbons, O. Madrigals and

motets. No. i in M.234.20

Farewell bliss, and farewell Nancy. Song. Beethoven. Werke.

Serie 24. M.413.1.24

Farewell, dear home. Ballad. Balfe. No. 6 in M.192.9.1

Farewell, deare love . . . Part-song. Jones, R. M.236.10

Farewell forever now to all that's gay. Round. Atterbury.

No. 80 in M. 157.6.2; etc.

Farewell, mine own sweetheart. Round [for 4 voices]. {In

Social harmony. P. 73.) No. 63 in M.215.21

Farewell mirth and hilarity. Song. Beethoven. Werke.

Serie 24. M.413.1.24

Farewell, my home! Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,

J. L. F. No. 38 in M.235.10

Farewell my Lilly dear. Song. Foster, S. C.

No. 22 in M.380.41.1
Farewell, The, of Hiawatha. Cantata. For the Music see

Foote. For the Libretto see Longfellow.
Farewell old cottage. Song. Foster, S. C. No. 23 in M.380.41.1
Farewell song. The. Song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 24.

M.413.1.24
Farewell sweet mother. Song. Foster, S. C.

No. 24 in M.380.41.1
Farewell symphony. Symphony. Haydn, F. J. Abschieds-
Sinfonie. No. 6 in M.344.29

Farewell, thou lovely forest glade. Part-song. Esser.

No. 28 in M.205.10.5
Farewell, thou noisy town. Song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie
24. M.413.1.24

Farewell to Lochaber. Glee. Callcott, J. W.

No. 29 in M.220.3.4; etc.
Farewell to love. Part-song. Moehring. M. 193.23.2

Farewell to the flowers. Part-song. Barnett, J.

No. 8 in M.244.10.3
Farewell to the forest. Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,
J. L. F. No. 54 in M.109.1

Farewell, ye storms. Round. Bishop, H. R.

No. 18 in M.237.9; etc.
Farfadet, Le. Opera. For the Music see Adam, Adolphe C.

For the Libretto see Planard.
Farfadette. Opera. For the Music see Douay. For the Li-
bretto see Tourte.
Farinelli, Giuseppe.
L'amico del uomo. Farsa. Atto unico. [Partitura.] Manu-
script. Firenze. [i793?] M.40.1

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Farinelli, Giuseppe. (Continued.)

La Pamela maritata. Farsa in musica. [Partitura.] Manu-
script. [Venezia? 1791?] M.40.2
This score is quite different from the one on shelf-number M.320.8.
[Pamela maritata. Opera. Partitura.] Manuscript. [179-?]

M.320.8
Te lo chiedo per I'amore. Duetto [s. t.] nell' opera La
Ginevra degli Almieri. [Accomp. di violini, viole, basso
e piano.] Milano. Ricordi. [1808?] M. 152. 18

Farinelli. Opera. For the Music see Zumpe. For the Li-
bretto see Wulff.
Farley, Charles.

[The forest of Bondy.] The overture, . . . and a selectior

of the favorite airs in The forest of Bondy; or the Dog of

Montargis, a melodrama . . . The music composed by

Henry R. Bishop . . . No. i in M.396.8

Farmer, Henry.

Hear my prayer, and let my cry. Chorus. [Accomp. for
organ.] {In Parker. Sacred choruses. Pp. 101-112.)

No. 14 in M.ioo.io

I will bless Thee. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] {In

Parker. Sacred choruses. Pp. 120-128.) No. 16 in M.ioo.io

I will praise Thee. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] {In

Parker. Sacred choruses. Pp. 17-22.) No. 3 in M.ioo.io

Mass (in B flat). [Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello.

[184-?] No. 4 in M.260.8.3

Music, love, and wine. [Part-song, t. t. b. b. Accomp. for

pianoforte.] No title-page. [London? 187-?]

No. II in M.392.28
Farmer, John, Organist of Balliol College.

Christ and His soldiers. A sacred oratorio. [Accomp. for

piano.] Harrow. Wilbee. [1878?] No. i in M.305.44

Cinderella. A fairy opera in 4 acts. Composed by John

Farmer. The words by Henry S. Leigh. [Accomp. for

piano.] Harrow. Wilbee. [1882.] No. 2 in M.305.44

For the sake of somebody. [Part-song.] London. Novello,

Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 40 in M.1S7.23

Farmer, John. i6th century.

Fair nymphs. Madrigal for s. s. a. a. t. b. {hi Novello's
Glee-hive. Vol. 3, pp. 69-76.) No. 62 in M. 157.3

To take the air a bonny lass. Madrigal. London, No-
vello, Ewer & Co. 1883. No. 40 in M.158.15
Farmer's wife, The. Opera. For the Music see Bishop, H. R.

For the Libretto see Dibdin, C. 1768-1833.
Farnie, Henry Brougham.

The blind beggars; operetta. Composed by Offenbach.

An adaptation of Les deux aveugles. No. I in M.277.26

Breaking the spell. Comic opera. Composed by Offenbach.

An adaptation of Le conscrit. No. 4 in M.277.26

The bride of song. Operetta. Composed by Jules Benedict.

No. 2 in M.261.25

The commodore. Nautical opera. Libretto by H. B. Farnie

and R. Reece. Composed by Offenbach. No. i in M.267.37

An adaptation of La Creole.

The crimson scarf. Comic opera. Composed by I. E. Le-

gouix. No. 5 in M.277.26

Eldorado. Folic musicale. Music arranged by J. Fitzgerald.

No. 2 in M. 389.5
Fleur-de-lys. An opera bouffe. Music by Leo Delibes.

M.252.2S
Forty winks. Comic opera. Composed by Offenbach.

No. I in M.326 38

Frolique, a musical comedy, by Henry J. Byron & H. B.

Farnie. Arranged by J. Fitz-Gerald. No. 3 in M.322.32

Glamour. Comic opera. Written by H. B. Farnie & A.

Murray. Composed by William H. Hutchison.

No. I in M.286.17

Indiana. Opera comique. Composed by E. Audran. M.2S5.22

Irene (Reine de Saba). Grand opera, the music by Charles

Gounod. M.282.14

My new maid. Operetta. Composed by Charles Lecocq.

No. 4 in M.276.6
Nell Gwynne. Comic opera. Music by Robert Planquette.

M.287.30



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Father's



Farnie, Henry Brougham. (Continued.)

The old guard. Opera comique. Composed by R. Planquette.

No. I in M.381.32
The pet dove, opera comique. Composed by Ch. Gounod.

M.266.20

The prima donna. Opera comique. Written by H. B. Farnie

& A. Murray. Composed by Tito Mattei. M.302.9

La princesse Colo^nbine. Opera-comique de Ordonneau,

Andre [pseud.], et Farnie. Musique de R. Planquette.

M.287.32

Punchinello, a comic opera, composed by William Charles

Levey. M.328.9

Retained on both sides: operetta, composed by Ch. Lecocq.

No. 2 in M.276.6

Rip. Opera comique de Meilhac, Gille et Farnie. Musique

de R. Planquette. M.300.10

Same. Rip Van Winkle. New comic opera. Written by

Meilhac, [Gille] and Farnie. Music by Planquette.

No. I in M.322.40

The rose of Savoy, drawing room operetta, composed by

Luigi Bordese. M.363.2

The sea nymphs: a romance of the tidal train. Composed

by Ch. Lecocq. No. 3 in M.276.6

The sleeping queen, comic opera. Composed by M. W.

Balfe. M.261.10

Ulysses, tragedy. The music by Ch. Gounod. M.266.21

Up the river. Opera. Composed by Herve [pseud.].

No. 5 in 11.277.19
Farnie, Henry Brougham, translator.

AuDRAN. Olivette. M.255.17

Chassaigne. Falka. 14.285.4

Offenbach. La vie. M.402.43

Planquette. Paul Jones. M.287.34

Farouche ennemi, Le. Opera. For the Music see Pillevestre.

For the Libretto see Rocheblave, £. F.
Farrant, Richard.

Call to remembrance, O Lord. Anthem. [Accomp. for
organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 160,
jfiy ) No. 59 in M.290.22.2

Also to be found in Boyce's Cathedral music, Ed. Warren ; Mullah's
The Singer's library; Musical times [Music].

Gloria Patri. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. 2, p. 56.) No. 22 in M.2go.22.2

Hide not Thou Thy face. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 66, 67.)

No. 23 in M.290.22.1

Also to be found in Boyce's Cathedral music, Ed. Warren ; Hullah's
Part music. Sacred ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music b9ok.

Lord, for Thy tender mercies' sake. [Anthem. Accomp. for
organ.] London. Novello. [183-?] No. 11 in M. 190.3

Also to be found in Leslie's Cassell's Choral music; Musical times
[Music] ; Stevens's Sacred music; Taylor's Madrigals; Turle and Tay-
lor's The People's music book.

O God, my gracious God. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.]
(/» Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 31, 32.)

No. 22 in M.157.34

The Te Deum, Benedictus, Kyrie, Nicene creed. Magnificat.
and Nunc dimittis, in G with the lesser third. [Accomp.
for organ.] (In Boyce. Cathedral music. Ed. Warren.
Vol. I, pp. 49-79) No. 2 in M.233.23.1

Te Deum, Jubilate, Magnificat & Nunc dimittis, in D, with
the lesser third. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Ouseley.
Cathedral services. Pp. 248-267.) No. 24 in M.233.9

Thou, gracious Lord, art my defence. [Anthem. Accomp.
for organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp.
65, 66.) No. 40 in M.157.34

Unto Thee, O Lord. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] (In
Rimbault. Collection of ancient church music. Vol. 3.
pp. 36-39.) No. 10 in M.233.25.3

Farrar, Joseph.

The human voice and connected parts. London. Japp & Co
1881. Illus. M.126.25

Farrell, Frank Sheridan.

Simon Pure Brass. Comic opera in two acts. Libretto by
John Arthur Fremmer. Music by Frank Sheridan Farrell,
John Arthur Fremmer, George Herbert Shaw, John
Arthur Amberg, Herbert Mygatt Willcox, Ralph Barton



Farrell, Frank Sheridan. (Continued.)

Sanders, Emerson Hurd Packard. [Boston.] The Tech
Show. 1904. No. 2 in M.397.9

A scientific king. An original comic opera in two acts.
Libretto by Gerald Francis Loughlin. Music by William
Johnston Bay, Frank Sheridan Farrell . . . No. I in M.397.9
Farren, George.

The mortalities of celebrated musicians: with an appendix,
containing anecdotes and brief sketches . . . London.
Dean & M. 1834. M.13S.1S

Fasch, Carl Friedrich Christian.

Missa a 16 voci in quattro cori. [N. p. 180-?] M.414.45

Sammtliche Werke . . . herausgegeben von der Singakade-
mie in Berlin. Partitur. Lief. 1-7. Berlin. Trautwein.
[1839] 7 parts in 2 v. Portrait. M.260.16

Contents. — i. 12 Chorale. — Mendelssohniana, Psalm XXX. — Inclina,
Domine. — Requiem. — Trauer-Motette. — Davidiana, aus den Psalmen
nach Luther's Uebersetzung. — Der 119. Psalm. — Der 51. Psalm,
Miserere fur 2 Chore. 2. Die l6-stimmige Messe.

Fasch, Carl Friedrich Christian. Works about.

Zelter, C. F. Karl Friedrich Christian Fasch. Berlin. 1801.

No. 2 in M.214.1
Faschingsbilder. For orchestra. Nicode. No. 3 in M.342.21

Fasciculus myrrhae. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. Band 4.

M.8o4oa.66.4
Fashion. Operetta. For the Music see Levey. For the Li-
bretto see Du Terreaux.
Fast falls the eventide. Anthem. Danks. No. 24 in M.190.2

Fata, La, del nord. Opera. For the Music see Zuelli. For the

Libretto see Campanini.
Fata, La, di Amalfi. Duct. Cottrau. No. 4 in M.390.44

Fata morgana. Drama. For the Music see Heise. For the

Libretto see Heiberg.
Fata morgana. Part-song. Umlauft. Drei Tongemalde.

No. 4 in M.343.32
Fatal presage. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2.

M.327.4.2
Fatalite. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 5. M.327.4.5
Fate, Le. Opera. For the Music see Valenza. For the Li-
bretto see Micci.
Fates, The. Cantata. For the Music see Belcher, W. T. For

the Libretto see Carter, D. P.
Fath, Georges.

Gredin de Pigoche. Operette. Paroles de Michel Masson
et Georges Fath, Musique de Vogel. No. 2 in M.389.7

Father, ador'd in worlds above. Anthem. Naumann, J. G.

M.237.18
Father and mother and Suke. Sang. Dibdin, C. 17.^5-1814.

No. 30 in M.384.48
Father, breathe an evening blessing. Anthem. Proctor.

No. 7 in M.190.7
Father, I know that all my life. Anthem. Edes, H. W.

No. I in M.190.3

Father, in mercy. Anthon. White, C. A. No. 10 in M.203.22

Father! in Thy mysterious presence. Part-song. Gerrish.

God the Omnipotent. No. 6 in M.203.25

Father of heaven. Anthem.

Handel. No ii in M.290.22.2

Mehul. No. 2 in M.157.3

Walmisley, T. a. No. 20 in M.195.2.2; etc.

Winter, P. von. No. 43 in M.290.22.2

Father of heroes. Glee. Callcott, J. W.

No. I in M.218.8.7; etc.

Father of mercies. Anthem.

Abt, F. No. 21 in M.190.7

Wranitzky. No. 16 in M. 221.22.2

Father of mercy. Anthem. Handel. No. 29 in M.IS8.15

Father of our feeble race. Motet. Cherubini.

No. 40 in M.iii.4.2
Father Rhine. Part-song. Mohr, H. No. 4 in M.3g2.i8

Father, to Thy throne we bend. Anthem. Handel.

No. I in M.2go.33
Father, we adore Thee. Anthem. Haydn, F. J.

No. 23 in M.221.22.2
Father's watchful eye, The. Part-song. .\bt, F.

No. 27 in M.205.10.7

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Fatinitza



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON



Favart



Fatinitza. Opera. For the Music see Suppe. For the Li-
bretto see Walzel.

Fatma. Opera. For the Music see Flegier. For the Libretto
see Voisin.

Fatum. Symphonic poem. Tchaikovski, P. L No. i in M.3S6.33

Faublas. Opera. For the Music see Wueerst. For the Li-
bretto see Wichert.

Faublas. Overture. Wueerst. No. 5 in 11.352.5

Fauche, Mary.

"The shepherd Icing," or "The conquest of Sidon." A pas-
toral and English opera by Mary Fauche. Op. i. The
words by Mrs. B. Wyatt. Manuscript. Autograph. (?)
[London.] 1823. Portrait of Liverati. M.214.22

Fauchey, Paul.

La Carmagnole. Opera-comique en trois actes. Paroles de
J. Lemaire, L. d'Hurcourt et Henri Darsay. Musique de
Paul Fauchey. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Grus.
1897. M.393.12

Faucon, Le. Opera. For the Music see Monsigny. For the
Libretto see Sedeiine.

Fauconier, Benoit Constant.

La pagode, opera comique en 2 actes. Paroles de M. S'.
Georges. Musique de B. C. Fauconier. [Accomp. de piano.]
Paris. Schott. [1859.] M.2S6.1

Salut solennel. Specialement compose pour les fetes du
Sacre-cceur de Jesus. Op. 126. Avec accomp. d'orgue.
Bruxelles. Schott. [1890?] No. 4 in M.201.32

Contents. — Ecce panis [s.], solo et choeur. — O Sanctissima, solo, s.
ou T. — Auctor beate saeculi, solo [s. t. b.] et chceur. — Tantum ergo
[s. solo], Genitori [chceur]. — Ave Maria, solo, B., et chceur.

Faugere-Dubourg,

Meiie de La Valliere. Scene lyrico-dramatique. Poesie de
O'Tanael [pseud.]. Musique de Steno Boudoin.

No. I in M.27S.1
Faule Hans, Der. Opera. For the Music see Ritter, A.

Faur,

La fete de la cinquantaine. Opera. Mise en musique par
Dezede. M.224.16

Faure, Alexis.

Dejazet. Paris. Vuillot de Carleville. 1859. Portrait.

No. I in M.147.16
Faure, Gabriel Urbain.

Berceuse pour violon solo (ou violoncelle solo) avec ac-
compagnement d'orchestre. Op. 16. [Partition.] Paris.



Hamelle. [187-?]



No. I in M.358.25



Caligula. Drame d' Alexandre Dumas. Musique de scene de
Gabriel Faure. Op. 52. Partition d'orchestre. Paris.
Hamelle. [189-?] M.403.33

Same. Partition, piano et chant. No. 2 in M.203.36

La naissance de Venus. Scene mythologique pour soli
[s. A. t. B.], choeurs et orchestre. Poeme de Paul Collin.
Musique de Gabriel Faure. Op. 29. Partition piano et
chant. Paris. Hamelle. [188-?] No. i in M.213.10

Pelleas et Melisande. Suite d'orchestre tiree de la musique
de scene de Gabriel Faure. Op. 80. Partition d'orchestre.
Paris. Hamelle. [1900?] No. 2 in M.405.9

Promethee. Tragedie lyrique en 3 actes de Jean Lorrain
[pseud.] & F. A. Herold. Musique de Gabriel Faure.
[Partition piano et chant.] Paris. Hamelle. [1900.] M.382.20

Romance sans paroles pour violoncelle (ou violon) solo avec
accompagnement de petit orchestre. Op. 17, no. 3. [Par-
tition.] Paris. Hamelle. [187-?] No. 2 in M.3S8.2S

Shylock. Comedie en 3 actes de Edmond Haraucourt
(d'apres Shakspeare). Musique de scene de Gabriel Faure.
Op. .S7. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. Hamelle. [189-?]

No. 3 in M.358.25

Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 13. [Partition.] Leipzig.
Breitkopf & Hartel. [1876.] No. 4 in M.210.13

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 5 in M.210.14

Faure, Jean Baptiste.

O come to Him. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
London. Czerny. [187-?] No. 13 in M.IS7.15

O Saving Victim (O Salutaris), motett for s. or T. solo and
chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello, Ewer
& Co. [187-.] No. 20 in M.201.33

With English and Latin words.



Faure, Jean Baptiste. (Continued.)

Palm branches. Arranged for male chorus vyith pianoforte
accomp. by Geo. L. Osgood. Boston. Ditson & Co.
[1882.] No. 19 in M.212.11

Save, Lord, and hear us (Ave Maria), motett for s. or t.
solo, with chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] London. No-
vello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 21 in M.201.33
With English and Latin words.

Faus semblant. Song. (In Smith. Musica antiqua. P. 8.)

M.236.10

From a manuscript supposed to be of the 13th century.

Fausse Agnes, La. Opera. For the Music see Blaze, F. H. J.
Fausse amie, Une. Opera. For the Music see Vitoni. For

the Libretto see Trecourt.
Fausse gelatine, Une. Opera. For the Music see Hubans. For

the Libretto see Jallais.
Fausse magie, La. Opera. For the Music see Gretry, A. E. M.

For the Libretto see Marmontel, J. F.
Faust, Carl.

Theresen Walzer. Op. 126 . . . Fiir vierstimmigen Manner-

chor. Text und Arrangement von Moritz Peuschel. Bres-

lau. Hainauer. [189-?] No. 14 in M.392.20

Faust. Cantata. For the Music see Schumann, R. A. Scenen

aus Goethe's Faust.
Faust. Opera. For the Music see Gounod; also Klingemann;
also Zoellner. For the Libretto see Barbier, P. J.; also
Seyfried, L X. von.
Faust. 2d part. Opera. For the Music see Pierson. For the

Libretto see Goethe, J. W. von.
Faust. Overture.

Mayer, E. No. 3 in M.405.3g

Spohr, L. No. i in M.347.14

Wagner, W. R. No. i in M.338.5

Faust. Symphonic poem. Rubinstein. No. 2 in M.345.1

Faust in seinem Studirzimmer. Incidental music. Litolff.

Scenen aus Goethe's Faust. No. I in M.353.3

Faust-Phantasie, Eine. Symphonic poem. Mihalovich.

No. 2 in M.342.19
Faust-Sjmiphonie, Eine. Symphony. Liszt. M.344.g

Faust und Gretchen. Opera. For the Music see Lang, A. For

the Libretto see Jacobson.
Faust up to date. Opera. For the Music see Lutz. For the

Libretto see Sims.
Fausta. Opera. For the Music see Donizetti. For the Li-
bretto see Gilardoni.
Fausto. Opera. For the Music see Bertin, L. A.
Faustus. Opera. For the Music see Bishop, H. R. For the

Libretto see Soane.
Faut-il ceder? Opera. For the Music see Decq. For the Li-
bretto see Peyre.
Faute, La, de I'abbe Mouret. Opera. For the Music see Bru-

neau.
Fauteuil, Le, de mon oncle. Opera. For the Music see Col-

linet. For the Libretto see Rovigo.
Fauvette, La. Song. Gounod. Vingt melodies. 5e recueil.

No. 2 in M. 157.36.5

Fauvette captive, La. Chorus. Ronge. 12 choeurs rhyth-

miques. No. 47 in M.392.21

Fauvette du Temple, La. Opera. For the Music see Messager.

For the Libretto see Roucoux.
Faux lord, Le. Opera. For the Music see Piccinni, N. For

the Libretto see Piccinni, L.
Favart, Charles Simon.

L'amitie a I'epreuve. Comedie. [Musique de] Gretry.

M.282.28

Arsene. Singspiel. In Musik gesetzt von Franz Seydel-

mann. M.151.6

La belle Arsene. Comedie feerie. [Musique de Monsigny.]

M.262.34
La Bohemienne. Comedie en vers. [Musique de C. F. Cle-
ment.] M.262.32
La chercheuse d'esprit. Opera. Musique de Ed. Audran.

No. I in M.255.I3



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Favart, Charles Simon. (Continued.)

Le Chinois. Comedie. [Parodie du "Cinese" de Metastase

par C. S. Favart et J. A. Naigeon. Mise en musique par

Duni.] No. 4 in M.283.15

Cythere assiegee. Opera ballet. Mis en musique par Gluck.

M.282.4

La fee Urgele, ou ce qui plait aux dames. Comedie en vers.

Les paroles de Mr. * * * [C. S. Favart et C. H. de Voise-

non]. Mis [el en musique par Duny. M.252.14

Isabelle et Gertrude. Opera comique. Remis en musique

par Pacini. M.401.27

Isabelle et Gertrude, ou les sylphes supposes, comedie en i

acte, meslee d'ariettes; par M. Favart. La musique est de

M.Blaise. Paris. Duchesne. 1765. No. 2 in M.104.14

The words with the music of two airs.

Same. Mise en musique par M. Blaise. M.27i.2i;etc.

Les moissonneurs. Comedie. La musique de Mr. Duny.

M.262.20

Ninette a la cour. Parodie de Bertholde a la ville. Comedie.

[Musique de Duni.] M.262.13

Pavart, Charles Simon. Works about.

Font. A. Favart. I'opera comique et la comedie-vaudeville

aux 176 et i8e siecles. Paris. 1894. M.205.7

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. La cour et I'opera sous Louis XVL, Marie

Antoinette et Sacchini, Salieri, Favart et Gluck. Paris.

1878. M.127.39

Favart, Marie Justine Benoite Du Ronceray.

Annette et Lubin. Comedie en vers, par M^ Favart. Melee

d'ariettes . . . de M. Blaise. M.262.33; etc.

Same. Opera comique, remis en musique . . . par Martini.

M.273.12
Favieres, fitienne Guillaume Frangois de.

Aline, reine de Golconde. Opera. Paroles de Vial et Fa-
vieres. [Musique] par H. Berton. M.271.9
Le concert interrompu. Opera comique de Marsollier et
Favieres. Mis en musique . . . par H. Berton. M.271.3
[Fanny Morna. Opera. Musique de Persuis.] M.328.14
[I,e] Grand-pere, ou les deux ages. Opera comique. Mis
en musique . . . par L. Jadin. M.253.5
Jean et Genevieve, comedie. Mise en musique par Solie
[pseud.]. M.226.19
Lisbeth. Drame lyrique. Mis en musique par Gretry.

M.2g2.5
Paul et Virginie. Ein Singspiel. Die Musik ist vom Hn.
Kreutzer. M.330.6

Favin, fimile.

La croix de I'alcalde. Opera-bouffe, de Vast, Ricouard et
Favin. Musique de Henri Perry [Biagioli]. M.287.9

La resurrection de Lazare. Scene religieuse, de E. Favin
& Ch. Grandmougin. Musique de Raoul Pusno.

No. I in M.297.2IA
Favorita, La. Opera. For the Music see Donizetti. For the

Libretto see Royer.

Favorite hunting song. The. Song. Hook, J. A sixth book

of songs. No. 2 in M.202.32

Favorite spot, The. Song. Mendelssohn-B.'vrthoi.dy, J. L. F.

Songs. No. 65 in M.244.21

Favourite collection, A, of songs sung by Miss Brent, Miss

Wright, &c. at Vaux-Hall Gardens &c. [Accompaniment

for flute, violin and figured bass. London.] Walsh.

[■ 175-?] No. 6 in M.237.26

Contents. — The lover's recantation. A cantata. — The woodlark

whistles through the grove. — Yes, yes, I know you. — Genteel is my

Damon. — Thro' the wood, laddie.

Favre, Adolphe.

Les deux clarinettes. Opera-comique. Paroles de Mrs
Adolphe Favre et Adolphe Stel. Musique de Andre
Simiot. N0.5inM.322.16

Favre, Louis.

La musique des couleurs et les musiques de I'avenir. Paris.

Schleicher. 1900. M.I02.2S
Fawcett, John.

Obi; or, three finger'd Jack. The overture, ... & appro-
priate music in the pantomimical drama. Composed &
adapted by Sam' Arnold. M.391.29



Fawcett, John. (Continued.)

Paradise, an oratorio. The words selected and composed
by Joseph Fletcher. The music by John Fawcett. [Ac-
comp. for piano.] London. Pitman. [186-?]

No. 2 in M.153.34
Fay, Amy.

Music-study in Germany. Edited by the author of Co-
operative housekeeping. Chicago. Jansen, McClurg &
Co. 1881. M.109.16

Fay, Clement Kelsey.

Call to remembrance, O Lord. A short anthem. [Accomp.
for organ. Boston. 188-?] No. 44 in M.is8.is

The city's hum was hushed and still. (Quartette and cho-
rus.) [For Christmas. Accomp. for organ. Boston.]
Ditson & Co. 1877. No. 13 in M.154.19

Four hymn tunes. Boston. Ditson. [1886.]

No. 43 in M.158.15
Contents. — Saviour, source of every blessing. — O that my load of sin
were gone. — O for a closer walk with God. — A charge to keep I have.

Te Deum in A. [Accomp. for organ. Boston.] 1884.

No. 42 in M.158.15
Te Deum laudamus [in E flat. Accomp. for organ.] Bos-
ton. Ditson & Co. [1882.] No. 12 in M.190.3
Fay, fitienne.

Amour et rose. Romance [s. ou t. Accomp. de piano].
Diisseldorf. Mottu & cie. [183-?] No. 14 in M.221.33

Clementine, ou la belle mere. Comedie en i acte en prose.
Paroles de J. B. C. Vial. Le C^" Fay, auteur de la mu-
sique. [Partition.] Paris. L'auteur. [i797-] M.262.35
Fay, Harry F.

Ornaments in music described and illustrated. Boston.
Miles & Thompson. 1893. M.376.16

Fay, Helen.

He is risen. Easter carol. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston.
Miles & Thompson. [1894.]

No. 45 in M.isS.is; No. 2 in M.203.27
Fay's song The. Part-song. Smart. No. 8 in M.204.36.1

Fayerman, Edmund R.

Description of the music time-keeper. [London. Clay.
1853?] M.131.10

FayoUe, Fran(;ois Joseph Marie.

Dictionnaire historique des musiciens. Par Al. Choron et

F. FayoUe. M.145.23

Notices sur Corelli, Tartini, Gavinies, Pugnani et Viotti.

Paris. Imprimerie litteraire et musicale. 1810. M.218.6

Fayre Pastorel. Cantata. For the Music see Hiles. H. For

the Libretto see Leigh, L.
Fazy, Edraond.

Louis IL et Richard Wagner. Paris. Perrin & c'^. 1893.

M.II8.I7
Fear no danger. Part-song. Purcell. No. 33 in M.220.3.4; etc.
Fear no more. Part-song. Nares. No. 57 in M.235.17.3; etc.

Fear no more the heat o' the sun. Part-song. Macfarren, G.
^ No. 18 in M. 195. 1. 1



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