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Anima mea liquefacta. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.

Band 9. M.8o4oa.67.9

Anima nostra. Offertory. Palestrina. Werke. Band 9.

Animam meam. Anthem. Palestrina. Werke. Band 32.

Animam meam dilectam. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.
Band 5. M.8o4oa.67.5

Anklaenge. Song. Brahms. Sechs Gesange. Op. 7.

No. 3 in M.380.40.1
Ankunft der Gaste. Part-song. Abt, F. Die Kirmes.

No. 4 in M.392.1
Anna Bolena. Opera. For the Music see Donizetti. For the

Libretto see Romani, F.
Annabel Lee. Song. Balfe. No. i in M.ig2.g.i

Annacker, August Ferdinand. See Anacker, A. F.
Anne, Queen of England.

Handel, G. F. An ode, or serenata for the birth day of
Queen Ann, in the year 1713. [London? 1713.]

No. 3 in M.380.6





Anne, Theodore.

Le guerillero. Opera. Musique de Ambroise Thomas.

Marie Stuart. Opera, musique de L. Niedermeyer. M.368.3
Annee musicale, L'.

Bellaigue, C. L'annee musicale, 1886/87-92. Paris. 1883-

92. 6 V. M.138.7

ScuDO, P. L'annee musicale. Annee 1-3. Paris. 1860-62.

3 V. M. 138.8

Annette et Lubin. Opera. For the Music see Blaise; also

Laborde; also Martini, J. P. £. For the Libretto see

Favart, M. J. B. du R. ; also Marmontel, J. F.

Anni nostri sicut aranea. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.

Band 15. M.8o4oa.67.i5

Annibal traversant les Alpes. Chorus. Bazin. No. ii in M. 157.8

Annie Lee. Part-song. Barnby. No. I in M. 158. 23; etc.

Annie my own love. Song. Foster, S. C. No. 3 in M.380.41.1

Annie of Lochroyan. Cantata. For the Music see AUon.

Annie of the vale. Song. Thomas, J. R. No. i in M. 192. 14

Anniversaire, L'. Opera. For the Music see Lenepveu. For

the Libretto see Bisson.

Annuaire des lettres du Journal Le constitutionncl. M.373.32

Annuaire general de la musique et des societes chorales et

instrumentales de France. Annee 1888. [Directeur;]

Henry Abel Simon. Paris. 1888. M.112.9

Annuaire musical et orpheonique de France. Coyon. M.127.18

Annuaire special des artistes musiciens. Par Madame J. de B.

Annee i. Paris. [1863,] M.198.3

Annuario musicale, storico, cronologico, universale. Compi-

lazione di Giovanni Paloschi. Edizione seconda, accres-

ciuta. Milano. Ricordi. 1878. No. 2 in M.123.4


Apollo's gift, or the musical souvenir for 1831. Edited by

l\hizio dementi and J. B. Cramer. London. [1830.]

similes. 11.158.5

Musical Bijou, The. An album of music, poetry, and prose.

1829, 34. Edited by F. H. Burney. London. [1829, 34.]

Musical Gem, The; a souvenir for 1833. Edited by N. Mori
and W. Ball. London. [1832.] Portraits. Plates. Fac-
similes. M.I58.2
Anschuetz, Ernst Gebhard.

Der Verdriissliche. [Mannerchor.] (/n Orpheus. Band 9,
pp. 17-19.) No. 9 in M.i29a.43.9

Anschuetz, Johann Andreas.

2 Tantum ergo und i Ecce panis, vierstimmig mit Orches-
ter-Begleitung. Partitur und Clavier Auszug. Mainz.
Schott. [1833?] No. 2 in M.201.32

Anseaume, ■

La clochette. Comedie. Mis en musique par Mr. Duny.


Same. Comedie en i acte et en vers; melee d'ariettes. Par

M. Anseaume. La musique de M. Duny. Paris. Duchesne.

1766. No. 3 in M. 104.14

This contains the words only,

Les deux chasseurs et la laitiere, comedie. Mis en musique

par Mr. Duny. M.262.17

L'ecole de la jeunesse, ou le Barnerelt franQais. Opera-

comique. Parolles . . . remies en musique par M. Prati.

L'isle des fous. Parodie. [Paroles d' Anseaume, Marcou-

ville et Bertin d'Antilly.] Mis en musique par Mr. Duny.

No. 3 in M. 283. 15
Mazet. Comedie. Mis en musique par Mr. Duny. M.262.18
Le medecin de I'amour. Opera comique. Mis en musique

par Mr. Laruette. No. 2 in M.271.20

Le peintrc anioureux de son modele. Opera comique. Mis

en musique par Mr. Duny. M. 262. 19

Le soldat rnagicien. Opera comique. Mis en musique par

A. D. Philidor. No. 4 in M.271.20; etc.

Le tableau parlant. Comedie parade. Mis en musique par

Gretry. M.282.31

Same. Das redende Gemahlde, eine comische Oper. In die

Musik gesetzt von C. D. Stegmann. No. 2 in M.350.14


Ansell, J. K.

Sacred music for the service of the Catholic church. Con-
sisting of a mass, an anthem for the royal family & other
pieces, for I, 2, 3, 4, & 5 voices, with a separate accomp.
for the organ . . . London. Green. [1818.]

No. 3 in M.igi.i

Ansiedler, Die. Cantata. For the Music see Mohr, H. For
the Libretto see Schultz, C.

Anson, Charles Lyman.

The Freshman. A musical comedy in two acts and an inter-
lude. The eighth annual Tech show. Book by George
Henry Bryant. Lyrics by George Henry Bryant, Edwin
Warley James. Music by Emerson Hurd Packard, Harry
Lawrence Moody, Charles Wolston Coffin, Charles Ly-
man Anson, Harold Sayward Wonson. Vocal score. Bos-
ton. The Tech Show. 1906. No. 7 in M.389.17

Antar. Symphonic poem. Marechal. No. 2 in M.338.23

Antar. Symphony. Rimski-Korsakov. No. i in M.333.17

Ante me non est formatus. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche
Werke. Band li. M.8o40a.67.ii

Anthiome, Eugene Jean Baptiste.

Roman d'un jour. Opera comique en 3 actes. Poeme de
Michel Masson fils & Armand Lafrique. Musique de
Eugene Anthiome. Partition piano & chant. Paris. Lis-
sarrague. [1884.] M.25S.7

Antigona. Opera. For the Libretto see Bianchi, F.

Antigone. Cantata. For the Music see Biisser. For the Li-
bretto see Beissier.

Antigone. Incidental music. For the Music see Mendelssohn-
Bartholdy, J. L. F.; also Saint-Saens. For the Libretto
see Sophocles.

Antigone. Opera. For the Music see Zingarelli. For the Li-
brf.tto see Marmontel, A. F.

Antigone und Oedip. Song. Schubert, F. P. Sammtliche
Compositionen. M.244.12; etc.

Antiochus. Opera. For the Libretto see Heidegger.

Antiphonal music. [Anon.] See Whiting.

Antiphonals. See Liturgical music.

Antiquary, The. Musical drama. For the Music see Bishop,
H. R. For the Libretto see Terry.

Antoine et Cleopatre. Opera. For the Music see Desormes.
For the Libretto see Guenee, A.

Antoinette au Coeur d'or. Opera. For the Music see Gob-
baerts. For the Libretto see Carolus.

Anton. Opera. For the Music see Galeotti. For the Libretto
see Illica.

Anton, Johann Daniel, translator.

Herold, L. J. F. La medecine sans medecin. 11.292.29

Antonia. Walt:. Pour piano. Louis, N. No. 11 in 11.390.25
Same. Pour piano et violon. No. i in M.390.29

Antonius et Cleopatre. Overture. Rubinstein. No. 3 in M.342.29

Antonius und Cleopatra. Opera. For the Music see Sayn-Witt-
genstein-Berleburg. For the Libretto see Mosenthal, S. H.

Antwrerp. Music.

Burbure de Wesembeek, L. p. M. de. Deux virtuoses fran-
gais a Anvers [Georges Lohoys et Jean Hobreau, sur-
nomme Petit-Jehan]. fipisode des moeurs musicales au
XVI^ siecle. Bruxelles. 1880. No. 2 in M.128.8

Antwort. Song.

Blumentiial. 6 Lieder. 2. Sammlung. No. 35 in M.244.1
Waley. The rose . . . No. 16 in M.380.18

Antwort auf die Frage eines Madchens. Song. Haydn, F. J.
Gesange. Heft 2. No. 2 in M. 312. 35

Anyoransa. For violin. Manen. No. 2 in M.40S.37

Anzeiger fiir die Koniglichen Theater. 1. Januar-31. Dezem-
ber, 1874. Miinchen. Wolf. 1874. 350 nos. in i v. M.236.27

Anzi, se foco e ferro. Madrigal. Palestrina. Werke. Band 29.

M.8o4oa. 66.29

Anzoletti, Francesco.

Salve Regina, motet pour s. s. t. b., avec accomp. d'orgue.
Paris. Richault. [185-?] No. 8 in M.260.10.3

Aoust, Jules, Marquis d'.
La chasse aux rivaux. Opera-comique en un acte. Paroles
de Francis Tourte. Musique de Jules d' Aoust. [Partition
chant et piano.] Paris. Chatot. [187-?] No. 3 in M.39S.1





Apajune der Wassermann. Opera. For the Music see Mil-
loecker. For the Libretto see Walzel.

Ape, L', et la serpe. Part-song. Spofforth.

No. 9 in M.234.2.5; etc.

Apel, Johann August.

Das Weltgericht. Oratorium, in Musik gesetzt von Frie-
drich Schneider. M. 152.19; etc.

Aphrodite. Opera. For the Libretto see Erlanger, C. For
the Libretto see Gramont,

Apigiane, Le. Part-song. Pinsuti. No. 4 in M.244.10.5

Aplech. For violin. Manen. No. 3 in M.405.37

Apollo. Cantata. For the Music see Roeder, M. For the Li-
bretto see Shelley.

Apollo, The. A collection of part-songs for male voices.
English words by C. J. Sprague. Series i, 2. Boston.
Russell & Co. 1871-74. 17 parts in i v. M.384.12

Contents. — Lachner: Hymn to music. — Liszt: Student's song. —
Kiicken: On the Rhine. — Franz: Rhine wine song. — Reiter: The
woods. — Truhn: Swan song. — Otto: The sparrow's twitter. —
Liszt: Light! more light. — V. Lachner: To the Virgin. — Ilatton :
Bugle song. — Gade: the poet's joy. — C. ZoUner: Thou art my
better angel. — R. Schumann: The lotus flower. — Gade: Return of
spring. — Franz: Night song. — Gade: The desert fountain. —
Stuntz: The hunter's war song.

Apollo, The, or harmonist in miniature. A collection of an-
cient and modern catches, glees, canons, etc. London.
Williams. [1S2-?] 8 v. in 3. Portraits. M. 139a. 18

Contents. — Vol. i. Bird: Non nobis Domine. — Jenkins: A boat, a
boat. — Carey: God save the king. — Wright: With a jolly full bot-
tle. — Travers: When Bibo thought fit. — Webbe : Glorious Apollo.

— Corfe: Could a man be secure. — Webbe: Would you know my
* Celia's charm. — Sacchini : How should we mortals. — Ilarington :

Look! neighbors, look! — Danby : While beams the bright morn. —
Callcott: Peace to the souls. — Callcott: When Arthur first. — •
Danby: When Saj'pho tun'd. — Ilarington: How great is the pleas-
ure. — Callcott: To all you ladies. — Wainwright: Life's a bumper.

— Harington : The alderman's thumb. — Cooke: Hark the lark. —
Dyne: Fill the bowl with rosy wine. — Harington: The Egyptian
love song. — Callcott: The Derbyshire ram. — Webbe: The mighty
conqueror. — Smith: Hark! the nightingale. — Purcell: Jack, thou'rt
a toper. — Dame Durden. — Aldrich: Christ Church bells. — Horn:
As the evening sun. — Giardini : Beviamo tutti tre. — TopUff: Hie
away. — Cirri : Domine non mea.

Vol. 2. Horn: No, Mother, no. — Momington: Here in cool grot. —
Savile : The waitts. — Savile: Here's a health. — Smith: The silver
swan. — Danby: Fair Flora decks. — Stevens: Prithee, foolish boy.

— Webbe: Belinda's sparkling wit. — Atterbury : Come let us all.

— Clark: Wellington's health. — Harington: Tne delights of love.

— Skarratt: Scots wha hae. — Battishill : I lov'd thee beautiful. —
Paxton: How sweet 1 how fresh 1 — Webbe: Great Apollo. — Cooke:
Her partial taste. — Smith: Return blest days. — Hayes: Winde,
gentle evergreen. — Freeman: Of all the brave birds. — Reeve: The
gypsies' glee. — Callcott: The fairies' glee. — Atterbury: Who like
Bacchus. — Jackson: Love in thine eyes. — Topliff: Three merry

Vol. 3. Horn: The horn of the chace. — Blow: Fie, nay, prithee,
John. — Webbe: Music's the language. — Boyce : The mirth inspir-
ing bowl. — Webbe: Now I'm prepared. — Mornington: Hail, hal-
low'd fane. — Este: How merrily we live. — Gibbons: Who comes
so dark. — Harington : The stammering glee. — Calcott : Ah, how
Sophia. — Rogers: Come, come, all noble souls. — Paxton: Breathe
soft, ye winds. — Ye banks and braes. — Stevenson : Come buy my
cherries. — Scotland: Lightly tread. — Stevens; Ye spotted snakes.

— Baildon: Mr. Speaker, — Shield: The loadstars. — Hawes: Bring
me flow'rs.

Vol. 4. Webbe: Discord, dire sister. — Webbe: Come live with me.

— Danby: The fairest flow'rs. — Danby: Awake, Aeolian lyre. —
Ame: Which is the properest day. — Lawes : Great Tom is cast. —
Geary: Soft is the zephyr's. — Smart: The happy fellow. — Smith:
The huntsman's roundelay. — Jolly: Oh! banish all vain alarms. —
Webbe: To the old long life. — Jackson: Time has not thinn'd. —
Ford: Since first I saw your face. — Linley: Let me careless. —
Russell: In rosy bow'rs. — Storace : Against the shafts of cruel fate.

— Harington: Laughing catch. — Webbe: Thy voice, O harmony.

— Cooke: In paper case.

Vol. 5. Arne : Sweet muse. — Arne: Poculum elevatum. — Travers:
Haste my Nannette. — Jackson: Sad is my day. — Friendship, love
and wine. — Kelly: Sing Megan oh. — Ford: There is a lady. —
Maddison : Hush, every breeze. — Stevens: Sigh, no more, ladies.

— Webbe: Swiftly from the mountains. — Mozart: The lake min-
strels. — Webbe: To me the wanton girls. — Harington: How sweet
in the woodlands. — Harington: Damon and Clora. — Price: Young
Fanny. — Bates: Sir, you are a comical fellow. — Smith: While fools
their time. — Storace: The lullaby. — Linley: This bottle's the sun
of our table. • — Arne: The wooden walls.

Vol. 6. Braham: All's well. — Harrison: Oh Nanny. — Horn: Hark!
Italy's music. — If sadly thinking. — Callcott: With sighs, sweet
Rose. — Horn: The tyger. — Callcott: Slow men of London. —
Horn: The watch word. — Callcott: Go, idle boy. — Ives: Come,

Apollo, The. (Contimted.)

honest friends. — Callcott: It was a fryar. — Nelham: Have you
any work. — Cooke: Let Rubinelli. — Maddison: The butterflies. —
Shield: Amo amas. — Ireland: How sleep the brave. — Burgess:
Sweet Miss Prue. — Come pull away, boys. — Maddison: Oh! 'tis
love. — Callcott: While the moonbeams. — Atterbury: Joan said to

Vol. 7. Callcott: Drink to might. — Mozart: Benedictus. — Ireland:
Return my lovely. — Waelrant: Over desert plains. — Smith: Hark,
the hollow woods. — Danby: Sweet thrush. — Eccles: Wine does
wonders. — Webbe: Rise my joy. — Cooke: Comrades, come. —
Brewer: Turn Amarillis. — Paxton: Go, Damon, go. — Callcott:
In the lonely vale. — Smith: As on a summer's day. — Weber: Hunts-
man's chorus. — Mozart: The fairies' roundelay. — Stevens: It was
a lover. ■ — Danby: Call the waiter. — Cherubini: Wine brightly

Vol. 8. Shield: Health to our sovereign. — Shield: Wisdom, riches
and greatness. — Maddison: The sun that lights. — Shield: Beauties,
have you seen. — O'Meara: The hunter's halloo. — Callcott: The
red cross knight. — Williams: The broken vow. — King: The owl is
out. — Maddison: Doubt thou the stars. — Maddison: Row, brothers,
row. — King : Oh never say. — Callcott : Farewell to Lochaber. —
Webbe: Live to day. — Webbe: Hail, star of Brunswick. — Webbe:
Bacchus, Jove's delightful boy. — Baildon: When gay Bacchus.

Apollo and the muses. Glee [t. t. b.]. {In Apollonian har-
mony. Vol. I, p. 23.) No. I in M.I4I.2I.I
Also to be found in Social harmony.

Apollo Club, Boston.

Programmes. Vol. 1-6. No. 1-151, Dec, 1878-May, 1901.
[Boston. T878-1901.] 6 V. M.304.1

Arranged, with indexes and many newspaper cuttings, by Allen A.
Rules. Boston. Marvin. 1871. No. i in M. 137.13

Apollo e Dafne. Cantata. For the Music see Handel. Werke.
Apollo Musical Club, Chicago.

Directory, containing a brief history of the club. Chicago.

1S76. Photograph. M.ioga.ii

Apollo's gift, or the musical souvenir for 1831. Edited by

Muzio Clemcnti and J. B. Cramer. London. Cramer & Co.

[1830.] Facsimiles. M.158.5

Apolloni, Apollonio.

La Dori ovvero lo schiavo reggio. [Musica di] M. A. Cesti.

Apolloni, Giuseppe.

L'Ebreo. Melodramma tragico in un prologo e 3 atti [di F.
de' Boni]. Riduzione per canto con accomp. di pianoforte
di L. Truzzi. Milano. Ricordi. [1856?] M.230.3

Gustavo Wasa. Melodramma in 4 atti del Prof^. Ulisse
Poggi, Posto in musica dal Mo G. Apolloni. Canto e
pianoforte. Milano. Lucca. [1S72?] M.251,17

Apollonian harmony, a collection of glees, catches, madrigals
. . . London. Thompson. [183-?] 2 v. in i. Plate.

Contents. — Apollo and the muses. — Webbe: Merry and wise. —
Smart: The happy fellow. — Hayes: Melting airs. — Arne: Hush
to peace. — Webbe: Heigh Ho. , — • Hayes: The rose. — Aldrich:-
Hark the bonny. — Webbe: The moon and woman. — Arne: On the
death of Mr. Shenstone. — Hayes: When Flora decks. — Webbe:
Surely that's the tender. — Battishall: Amidst the myrtles. — Pur-
cell: Fye, nay prithee, John. — Purcell: Come all, come all. —
Hayes : Let the French hop and sing. — Fickle Cupid, ever roving.

— Hayes: Oh ever against eating cares. — Savile: Viva tutte le vez-
zose donne. — Hayes: Give me but my bottle. — Care, thou canker of
our joys. — Webbe: A batchelor wou'd have a wife. — Bates: Sir
you, sir you. — Hook : Hush, hush, the god of love. — Hayes : Winde,
gentle evergreen. — Drink to me only with thine eyes. — Hayes: May
the king for ever live. — Purcell : Soldier, soldier, take off thy wine. —
Brewer: Why shou'd not we three be merry? — Purcell: Let's live
good, honest lives. — Handel: When Phoebus the tops. — Eccles:
Wine does wonders. — Green: Hail! hail! green fields and shady
woods! — While Adam slept. — Sneezing catch. — Edwards: Where
griping grief. — Playes: A catch that is merry and gay. — Dibden:
Far from the wood. — A boat, a boat, haste to the ferry. — Webbe:
If Eve in her innocence. — Hayes: In a domestic teteatete. — Now
we're met like jovial fellows. — Baildon : Ye heav'ns, if innocence. —
Harington: How great is the pleasure. — Green: Come, come, all
noble souls. — Atterbury: Sweet enslaver. — Boyce: A blooming
youth. — God save great George our king.

Vol. 2. Hayes: Cobweb breeches. — Purcell: I gave her cakes. -^
Mornington: 'Twas you sir. — Purcell: Fear no danger to ensue. —
Hayes: Plaste, ye soft gales. — Berg: Not a day more than thirty.

— Purcell: While bolts and bars. — Webbe: As Thomas was cudg-
el'd one day. — To Portsmouth, to Portsmouth. — Pasqualli : O happy
solitude. — Dear friend, this brown jug. — Purcell : Jack, thou'rt a
toper. — Thomas: Tho' you are young and I am old. — Giardini:
Beviamo tutti. — Come, honest friends & jovial boys. — Purcell:





Apollonian harmony. (Continued.)

Fairest isle, of isles excelling. — Este : How merrily we "''^- — ^".f-
bury : Pretty maidens, buy my fairings. — Hayes : On a scolding wife.

— Adieu vain joys. — Green: I've lost my mistress, horse & wife.

— Blow: Go, perjur'd man. — Carissimi: Dite O cieli. — Hayes:
Ars longa, vita brevis. — Berg: How happy are we. — Hilton: Turn
Amarillis. — Brewer: Go, Damon, go. — Ravenscroft : We be three
poor mariners. — Lawes : Gather your rosebuds. — Hayes: Hail!
flow'ry mead. — Arne : Which is the properest day to drink. — Ives:
Now we are met. — Nares: Wilt thou lend thy mare. — Howard: Ye
chearful virgins. — Baildon: Adieu to the village delights. — Carey:
In these groves. — Hayes: This tomb be thine, Anacreon. — Tallis :
Like as the doleful dove. — Holcombe : When here, Lucinda. —
Webbe- A gen'rous friendship. — Morley: Sweet nymph, come to
thy lover. — Carter: A match, a match, a match. — Follow me, my
jovial boys. — Arne: Rise, glory, rise. — Travers: Doubtless the
pleasure is as great. — Hold thy peace.

Apollonicon, The, or musical album. [No. 1-4.] London,
dementi & Co. [1832.] 4 nos. in I v. Portraits. Plates.

M. 123.17

Apollonide, L'. Opera. For the Music see Servais, F. M.
Apologues. Songs. Rodrigues-Henriques. M.204.41

Apostel, Die, von Philippi. Oratorio. For the Music see

Loewe, J. C. G. For the Libretto see Giesebrecht.
Apostles, The. Oratorio. For the Music see Elgar.
Apoteosi, L', d'Ercole. Opera. For the Music see Mercadante.

For the Libretto see Schmidt, Gustav.
Apotheke, Die. Opera. For the Music see Neefe.
Apotheker, Der. Opera. For the Music see Haydn, F. J. For

the Libretto see Rota, V.
Apotheker, Der, und der Doctor. Opera. For the Music see

Ditters von Dittersdorf. For the Libretto see Stephanie.
Apotheose, L'. Cantata. For the Music see BerUoz, L. H.
Apotheose de Lulli. Concerto. Couperin. No. 16 in M.3s5.ii
Apotheosis, The, of St. Dorothy. Cantata. For the Music see

Allen, N. H. For the Libretto see Gosse.
Apothicaire et perruquier. Opera. For the Music see Offen-
bach. For the Libretto see Frebault.
Appariran per me le stell' in cielo. Part-sonq. Lassus. Sammt-

liche Werke. Band 8. M.8o4oa.67.8

Apparition. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 7.


Apparuit gratia Dei. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. Band 7.


Appeal, The, of Spain. Song. Hodges, G. L. Collection of

Peninsular melodies. Vol. l. No. 15 in M.244.25.1

Appel, Carl.

Abendscene beim Bivouak. Fiir Mannerstimmen (Soli und
Chor). Op. 8. Leipzig. Kahnt. [187-?] No. 2 in M.212.3
Das war zu Assmannshausen . . . Fiir vier Mannerstimmen
(Solo und Chor). Op. 59- Leipzig. Kahnt. [188-?]

No. 32 in M.392.2

Gegriisset sei'st du in Liebe! Fiir vier Mannerstimmen,

Solo [Bar.] und Chor. Op. 17. Leipzig. Kahnt. [185-?]

No. 31 in M.392.2
Herr, sei Du mit mir! Gebet . . . Fiir Miinnerstimmen, Soli
und Chor. Op. 9. Leipzig. Kahnt. [1855?]

No. 3 in M.392.33
Serenade. Sologesang fiir x. und b. mit Begleitung von vier
Mannerstimmen. Op. 12. Leipzig. Kahnt. [1855?]

No. I in M.392.33
Appel au pouvoir. Chev]6, E. J. M. No. 6 in M.207.16

Appel aux armes. Song. Wagner, W. R. No. 28 in M.392.28.2
Appia, Adolphe.

La mise en scene du drame wagnerien. Paris. Chailley.
1895. No. 4 in M.372.39

Applaud so great a guest. Part-song. Hudson, M.

No. 18 in M.220.9.2
Apprenti sorcier, L'. Scherso. Dukas. M.410.20

Approach, The, of May. Part-song. Walmisley, T. A.

No. 5 in M.204.36.3

Apres avoir constamment attendu de I'fiternel la volonte.

Anibem. Sweelinck. Werken. Deel 2. M.413.2.2

Apres Fontenoy, ou manche a manche. Opera. For the Music

see Weckerlin. For the Libretto see Galoppe d'Onquaire.

Apres I'hiver. Song. Bizet. Vingt melodies. No. 2 in M.265.24
Apres la noce. Opera. For the Music see Legouix. For the

Libretto see Boisselot, P.
Apres la valse. Opera. For the Music see Tolbecque. For

the Libretto see Clouzot.
Apres-midi, L', d'un faune. Overture. Debussy. No. i in M.406.7
Apres une aussi longue absence. Duet. Auber. No. 2 in M. 157.40
Apri gli occhi. Canzonetta. Curschmann. Curschmann-Album.

No. I in M.157.37
April is in my lady's face. Part-song. Morley.

No. 2 in M.235.7.1 ; etc.
April showers. Part-song. Hatton. No. 3 in M.195.1.6; etc.

Aprile, Giuseppe.

[Notturni, no. 1-6. Per 2 voci, s. A., e basso continue.]
Manuscript. [180-?] No. 10 in M.120.29

Aprillaunen. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 44.

No. 74 in M.244.S.3
Apthorp, William Foster, translator.
Ambroise, H. Titi a- la representation de Robert le Diable.

No. 6 in I.I.127.1
Berlioz, L. H. Hector Berlioz. Selections . . . M.i49a.32
Aquarellen. For orchestra. Henriques, R. No. i in M.405.20
Aquarellen. For string quintet. Gade. No. 2 in M.345.44

Aquerelles. Suite. Le Borne. No. 4 in M.343.45

Aquin de Chateau-Lyon, Pierre Louis, editor.

Almanacii litteraire, ou etrennes d' Apollo . . . M.20S.30

Ar hyd y nos. All through the night. [Welsh air.] Arranged

[for I voice, also] harmonized for 4 voices, (/n Thomas,

J. Welsh melodies. Vol. i, pp. 19-25.) No. 3 in M.235.6.1

Araba, L'. Song. Gordigiani. fichos de la Toscane. Vol. 2.

No. 34 in M.244.13.2
Arabesque. Song. Penavaire. Vingt melodies. No. 3 in M.287.6
Arabi, Gli, nelle Gallic. Opera. For the Music see Pacini, G.
Arabia. Music.

Daniel, F. S. La musique arabe. Ses rapports avec la mu-
sique grecque et le chant gregorien. Alger. 1879. M. 197.6
Delpiun, G. Complainte arabe sur la rupture du barrage de
Saint-Denis-du-Sig. Notes sur la poesie et la musique
arabes dans le Maghreb algerien par G. Delphin et L.
Guin. Paris. 1886. M.376.6

Kiesewetter, R. G. Die Musik der Araber, nach Original-
quellen dargestellt, . . . begleitet mit einem Vorwort von
dem Freiherrn v. Hammer-Purgstall. Leipzig. 1842. Dia-
grams. M.214.20
Arabian love song. Song. Sullivan, A. S. Twelve songs.

No. 2 in M. 157.10
Arabian maid's song, The. Song. Bishop, H. R.

No. 23 in M.236.2
Arabische Serenade. For orchestra. Langey. No. 2 in M.342.12
Araby's daughter. Ballad [s. or x.] from Lalla Rookh. The

melody by , with symphonies and accomp. by G.

Kiallmark. London. Power. [185-?] No. 15 in M.236.2

Arachne once. Part-song. Long.
Arago, Jacques fitienne Victor.

Memoires d'un petit banc de I'Opera.

Arbaud, Damase, editor.

Chants populaires de la Provence.
[Bibliotheque provengale.]
The airs of many of the songs are given.

Arbeitsmann, Der. Song. Strauss, R.

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