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Fest, Das, der Rebenblute. Cantata. For the Music see Zoell-

ner, H. For the Libretto see Krone.
Fest, Das, der Winzer. Opera. For the Music see Kunzen.
Festa, Costanzo.

Down in a flow'ry vale. Madrigal? Arranged by T. Oli-
phant. [Score.] London. Calkin & Budd. [1840.]

No. 8 in M.235.7.1

Same. [Separate parts.] (/n Taylor. Madrigals, [ist set.

183-?]) No. 16 in M.237.15

Soon as I careless stray'd. [Part-song.] (In Musical times.

[Music] Vol. I, pp. 4, 5.) No. 2in M.I7S.I.I

'Twas a May-day morning. Madrigal. (In Leslie. Cassell's

Choral music. Pp. 197-200.) No. 47 in M. 235.10

Festa a marina. Opera. For the Music see Coronaro, G. B.

Festa della rosa. La. Opera. For the Music see Pavesi. For

the Libretto see Rossi, G.

Festal greeting, A. Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J.

L. F. No. 19 in M. 203.7

Fest-Cantate. Cantata. For the Music see Fromm; also

Kuecken. For the Libretto see Meyer, J. H.; also

Fischer, Johann G.

Festchor zu Mozart's Sacularfeier. Cantata. For the Music

see Lachner, F. For the Libretto see Beck.
Fest-Comitat. Part-song. Abt, F. Vier vierstimmige Man-
nerchore. No. 7 in M.392.39

Feste Burg, Ein', ist unser Gott. Cantata. For the Music see

Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahrgang i8.

Feste Burg, Ein', ist unser Gott. Overture. Nicolai, C. O. E.

Kirchenliche Fest-Ouverture. No. 3 in M.343.14

Raff. No. 3 in M.347.26

Feste Burg, Ein', ist unser Gott. Sonata. Lange, S. de. So-

nate iiber Luther's Choral. No. 6 in M.414.34

Feste, Le, d'Iside. Opera. For the Libretto see Nasolini.

Festes venitiennes, Les. Opera. For the Music see Campra.

For the Libretto see Danchet.
Festgesang. Cantata. For the Music see Hofmann, H. C. J.;
also Meyerbeer. For the Libretto see Wildenbruch;
also Rosenberg.
Festgesang. Part-song.

Adam, C. F. Sechs Turnlieder. No. 26 in M.392.2

Otto. No. 249 in M.i29a.43.8

ScHWALM. No. II in M.212.16

Stuntz. No. 3 in M.130.8

Festgesang an die Kiinstler. Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bar-
tholdy, J. L. F. No. s in M.155.41; etc.
Fest-Gesang dem Dritten August. Song. Schmidt, J. P. S.

No. 29 in M.221.33
Festgesang zur Sacularfeier der Buchdruckerkunst. Men-
delssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. No. s in M. 155.41
Fest-Hymne. Cantata. For the Music see Claassen; also
Meyerbeer. For the Libretto see Oberbreyer; also
Winkler, C. G. T.
Fest-Hymne. Part-song. Weinzierl. No. 5 in M.212.19
Festing, Michael Christian.

Our God is great. Canon, 4 in 2. (In Bland. The Ladies'
collection. Vol. I, p. 119.) No. 179 in M.235.17.1

Also to be found in Vocal harmonist's magazine.
Since my Phyllis is fall'n to my share. Catch a 3 voci. (In
Clementi. Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 22.)

No. 18 in M.iio.i.i; No. 18 in M.iio.2.1
Festins, Les, d'Hebe. Opera. For the Music see Rameau.

For the Libretto see Gautier de Montdorge.
Festival, The. Part-song. Hering, C. E. No. 26 in M.204.36.7
Festival cantata, A. For the Music see Thayer, E.
Festival march. Part-song. Kern. No. 47 in M.392.11



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Festival march and hymn to liberty. Symphonic poem. Kaun.

No. 2 in M.410.68
Festival, The, of love. Part-song. Rubinstein.

No. 35 in M.204.38
Festival of Pan. For orchestra. Converse. m. 410.17

Festival, The, of peace. Cantata. For the Music see Weber,

C. M. F. E. von. For the Libretto see Wendt, P. D.
Festive harmony. Part-songs. Page, J., editor. M.235.11

Fest-Klange. Symphonic poem. Liszt. No. 2 in M.344.6

Festlicher Lobgesang. Part-song. Billeter. No. 52 in M.392.4
Festlicher Marsch. Tanieev. TopJKec.TBeHiiLiH Mapinx.

No. I in M.405.60
Festlied. Part-song. Liszt.

Thieme.
Festlied. Song. Weber, C. M. F. E. von.

Band 2.
Festmarsch. For orchestra. David.

Grammann.

Kistler.

Kleinmichel.

Lassen.

Liszt. Fest Marsch nach Motiven von E. H. Z. S.

No. 3 in M.344.11; etc.

— Fest-Marsch zur Goethe Jubilaum-Feier. No. i in M.344.11

Naumann, E. No. I in M.34i.35;etc.

Proksch.

Radecke, a. M. R.

Raff.

Spohr.

Strauss, R.



No. 36 in M.392.1S

No. 34 in M.392.42.2

Sammtliche Lieder.

No. 92 in M.244.7

No. I in M.332.13

No. 5 in M.403.45; etc.

No. 2 in M.342.10

No. I in M.331.19

No. 3 in M.337.6



Cantata.
For orchestra.



No. 5 in M.331.9
No. 2 in M.342.25
No. 2 in M.347.27
No. 4 in M.347.14
No. I in M.342.40
For the Music see Bach,



No. 4inM.345.35;etc.

in M. 332. 17

in M.403.34

in M.3s8.i6

in M.3ii6.29

in M.343.27

in M.347.41

in M.347.3

in M.342.32

in M.344.24

in M.348.1

in M.352.2

in M.342.11

n M,342.26
n M.344.11



Festo ascensionis Christi.

J. S.
Fest-Ouverture

Beethoven.

FiSCHEL. No. I

Frank, L. No. 3

Hegar. No. i

Lachner. No. 2

Lassen. No. 2

Raff. No. i

Reinecke, C. H. C. No.

Scharwenka, L. p. No. 2

Schumann, R. A. No. 3

Ulrich. No.

Volkmann. No.
Fest-Polonaise. For orchestra. Kuecken. No. i
Fest-Praeludium. For orchestra. Riemenschneider

No. 3
Fest-Vorspiel. For orchestra. Liszt. No. 2

Festzeiten, Die. Oratorio. For the Music see Loewe, J. C. G
Festzug. For orchestra. Bonvin. No. 4 in M.403.6

Van der Stucken. No. 2 in M.342.41

Festzug. Part-song. Abt, F. Die Kirmes. No. 4 in M.392.1
Fetards, Les. Opera. For the Music see Roger, V. For the

Libretto see Mars.
Fete, Une, a Venise. Opera. For the Music see Ricci, F. For

the Libretto see Truinet.
Fete au chateau. Symphonic poem. Pirani. No. 2 in M.405.43
Fete, La, au hameau. For pianoforte. Louis, N.

No. 7 in M.390.26
Fete cosaque. For pianoforte. Blumenthal. No. i in M. 190.10
Fete, La, de Flore. Opera. For the Music see Trial. For the

Libretto see Saint-Marc.
Fete, La, de la cinquantaine. Opera. For the Music see De-

zede. For the Libretto see Faur.
Fete, La, des arts. Opera. For the Music see Adam, Adolphe

C. For the Libretto see Mery, J. P. A.
Fete, La, des fleurs. Opera. For the Music see Bordese, L.

For the Libretto see Joly, A.
Fete, La, des morts. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 7.
T,- M.327.4.7

Fete des vignerons en 1865. Cantata. For the Music see Grast.
Fete, La, du cure. Song. Masini. Album. No. 2 in M.237.S
Fete, La. du village voisin. Opera. For the Music see Boiel-

dieu, F. A. For the Libretto see Sewrin.



Fete maudite. Song. Halevy, J. F. F. £. No. 11 in M. 193.21. a
Fete slave, Une. Symphonic poem. Glazunov. No. 3 in M.412.3
Fetes. For orchestra. Debussy. Nocturnes. M.406.8

Fetes, Les, d'Hebe. Opera. For the Music see Rameau. For

the Libretto see Gautier de Montdorge.
Fetes, Les, d'Hebe. Overture. Rameau. No. 18 in M.356.11

Fetes, Les, grecques et romai[nes]. Opera. For the Music

see Blamont. For the Libretto see Fuzelier.
Fetiche, Le. Opera. For the Music see Roger, V. For the

Libretto see Ferrier.
Fetis, Adolphe Louis Eugene.

Le Major Schlagman. Operette en i acte, paroles de Mr
Vernier, musique de Adolphe Fetis. Partition chant et
piano. Paris. Brandus & Dufour. [1859.] No. 2 in M.256.5
Fetis, fidouard Francois Louis.

Les musiciens beiges. Bruxelles. Ajamar. [1848.] 2 v.
in I- M.iiga.?

Fetis, Frangois Joseph.

L'amant et le mari. Opera comique en deux actes par MM.
***[£tienne et Roger]. Musique de Mr. Fetis. Opera
9. [Partition.] Paris. Mme. Benoist. [1820.] M.401.16

Biographical notice of Nicolo Paganini, followed by an
analysis of his compositions, preceded by a sketch of the
history of the violin. London. Schott & Co. [187-?]

No. I in M.134.10

Biographic universelle des musiciens et bibliographic gene-
rale de la musique. 2e edition, augmentee. [Avec supple-
ment et complement publics sous la direction de M. A.
Pougin. Tome i, 2.] Paris. Firmin-Didot. 1867-81.
10 V. M.124.3

Catalogue de [sa] bibliotheque, acquise par I'etat beige.
Paris. Firmin-Didot & cie. 1877. [Bibliotheque royale
de Belgique.] M.i24.a

Curiosites historiques de la musique. Paris. Janet & Co-
telle. 1830. M.145.S

Domine, salvum fac regem nostrum, pour un chosur a 4
voix, orchestre et orgue, compose pour I'inauguration du
Roi des Beiges Leopold IL Partition. Bruxelles. Schott.
[1866.] No. 2 in M.213.10

Histoire generale de la musique. Paris. Firmin-Didot.
1869-76. 5 V. M.124.4

Manuel des principes de musique. Paris. Schlesinger.
[1837.] No. I in M.206.4

Memoire sur cette question: "Quels ont ete les merites des
Neerlandais dans la musique, principalement aux I4e, ise
et i6e siecles; et quelle influence les artistes de ce pays
qui ont sejourne en Italic, ont-ils exercee sur les ecoles J
de musique, qui se sont formees peu apres cette epoque en *
Italic?" . . . (/« Kiesewetter, R. G. Verhandelingen over
de vraag . . . ) M.123.15

Messe de requiem pour quatre voix, solos, choeur, orgue
oblige, bugle ou saxhorn, 6 cors, 4 trompettes, 3 trom-
bones, basse-tuba ou saxhorn basse, bombardon ou sax-
horn contrebasse, violoncelles, contrebasse et timbales.
Paris. Meissonnier. [1850?] M.201.5

Music explained to the world; or, how to understand music
and enjoy its performance. London. Clarke & Co. 1844.

M.io9a.32

Notice of Anthony Stradivari, the violin-maker. Preceded
by researches on . . . bow instruments. Translated by
John Bishop. London. Cocks & Co. 1864. Illus. Fac-
simile. M.105.24

Ouverture de concert a grand orchestre. Partition. Bruns-
wick. Litolff. [185-?] No. I in M.348.3S

Quintetto, i^f, pour deux violons, deux altos et violoncelle.
Partition. Mayence. Schott. [186-?] No. 2 in M.335.2

Quintetto, 2me, pour deux violons, deux altos & violoncelle.
[Partition.] Bruxelles. Schott. [186-?] No. 3 in M.33S.2

Quintetto, 3me, pour deux violons, deux altos et violoncelle.
Partition. Mayence. Schott. [186-?] No. i in M.412.2

Symphonic, i^e [in Eb], a grand orchestre. Partition.
Bruxelles. Schott. [186-?] M.348.33

Symphonic, 2^ [sol mineur], a grand orchestre. Partition.
Bruxelles. Schott. [186-.''] M.348.34



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Fetis, Franqois Joseph. (Continued.)

Te Deum en plain-chant mesure. fAvec accomp. d'orgue et
d'orchestre. Partition. Paris. Bauve. i86-?]
The title-page is lacking. No. 3 in M.407.12

Traite elementaire de la musique, contenant la theorie de
toutes les parties de cet art. Bruxelles. Jamar. [1851,
52.] Portraits. [Enyclopedie populaire.] M. 198.8

A treatise on choir and chorus singing. Translated into
English by the Rev. Thomas Helmore, M.A. London.
Novello, Ewer & Co. 1854. [Novello's Library for the
diffusion of musical knowledge.! No. 2 in M.112.20

La vieille. Opera comique en i acte en prose, paroles de
MM. Scribe & Germain Delavigne. Musique de F. J.
Fetis. [Partition.] Paris. Frere. [1826.] M.224.22

Same. [Accomp. de piano.] Ikelmer & cie. [183-?]

No. I in M.256.5
Fetis, Francois Joseph, editor.

Revue musicale, publiee par F. J. Fetis. Annee 1-3. Paris.
1827-29. S V. Plates. M.170.1

Steibelt. CEuvres choisies, pour piano seul. Vol. 2. M.358.9

Weber, C. M. F. E. von. CEuvres choisies [pour piano].

M.3S8.II
Fetis, Frangois Joseph. Works about.

Paris, A. Lettre a M. Fetis, . . . sur le compte que sont
en droit de lui demander: le gouvernement qui I'emploie,
— les chambres qui lui accordent des subsides, — le peu-
ple qui les paie . . . Bruxelles. 1841. No. 12 in M.372.20
In support of the Cheve method.

Fetre,

Les points jaunes! Saynette. Paroles de J. Pacra et Fetre,

M^usique de Frederic Barbier. No. 6 in M.395.1

Feu celeste, Le. Cantata. For the Music see Saint-Saens.

For the Libretto see Silvestre.
Feu, Le, du ciel. For the Music see Guimet. For the Li-
bretto see Hugo, V. M.
Feu follet, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 4.

M.327.4.4

Feu Pierrot. For pianoforte. Schvartz. No. 2 in M.389.13

Feuer, Das. Part-song. Mueller, C. F. W. Wackernagel's

Weinbiichlein. Heft 3. No. 8 in M.392.19

Feuer her. Part-song. Marschner, H. A.

No. 264 in M.i29a.43.8
Feuerfarb'. Song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 23. M.413.1.23
Feuerkreuz, Das. Cantata. For the Music see Bruch. For

the Libretto see Bulthaupt.
Feuersnot. Ofera. For the Music see Strauss, R. For the

Libretto see Wolzogen, E. L. von.
Feuille, La. Song. Bazin. No. 3 in M.391.28.1

Feuilles, Les, de roses. Song. Meyerbeer. 40 melodies.

No. i in M.157.38
Feuilles mortes, Les. Ofera. For the Music see Wachs. For

the Libretto see Quentin.
Feuillet, Octave.
La cle d'or. Comedie lyrique. [Paroles de] Octave Feuil-
let & Louis Gallet. [Musique de] Eugene Gautier.

M.256.23
Feuillet d'album. For wind instruments. Saint-Saens.

No. 6 in M.40S.53
Feuillets d'album. Songs. Berlioz, L. H. No. 25-27 in M.227.26
Feurige Liebe. Part-song. Rheinberger, J. G.

No. S in M.203.22
Feustking, Friedrich Christian.

Almira. Singspiel von G. F. Handel. No. i in M.393.25

Fevrier, Henry.

Le roi aveugle. Opera en 2 actes de Hugues Le Roux.

[Musique de Henry Fevrier.] Traduction allemande de

M.-D. Calvocoressi. [Partition piano et chant.] Paris.

Enoch & cie. 1906. M.389.6

Few are the days. Motet. Tye. Motetts for 4 voices.

No. Sin M.236.16
Few strictures, A, on the engagement of Mad. Catalani at
Covent-Garden theatre, and on the Italian opera. By a
true Briton. London. Cox & Baylis. 1809.

No. 6 in M.144.18



Feydeau, Ernest Aime.

Un debut a I'Opera. fitude. 2e edition. Paris. Levy. 1863.

M.137.8
Feydeau, Georges.

Le billet de Josephine. Opera comique de G. Feydeau & J.

Mery. Musique de Alfred Kaiser. M.382.37

La Lyceenne. Vaudeville-operette. Musique de G. Ser-

pette. No. 2 in M. 322.25

Feyer, Die, der Christen auf Golgotha. Oratorio. For the

Music see Schicht. For the Libretto see Rest.
Feyerer, Carl, editor.

Wiener Maenner-Gesang-Verein. Jahresbericht.

No. 1-3 in M. 144.21
Feyerlicher Marsch. Cantata. For the Music see Beethoven.

For the Libretto see Kotzebue.
Feyhl, Johann.

Fahnenlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Gruber. Sangeshort. Heft 4,

pp. 2-4.) No. 3 in M.370.30

Sangergruss. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber. Sangeshort.

Heft 2, pp. 2-6.) No. 2 in M.370.30

•Sommerreise zum Rhein. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber.

Sangeshort. Heft 2, pp. 34-37.) No. 2 in M.370.30

Feyjoo y Montenegro, Francisco Benito Geronimo.

Three essays or discourses on the following subjects: A
defence or vindication of the women, Church music, A
comparison between antient and modern music. Trans-
lated by a gentleman. London. Becket. 1778. M.143.7
Fiance, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. i.

M.327.4.1
Fiance, Le, de la mer. Ofera. For the Music see Bordier, J.

For the Libretto see Le Mouel.
Fiance, Le, de Margot. Opera. For the Music see Planquette.

For the Libretto see Bisson.
Fiance, Le, de Thylda. Opera. For the Music see Varney, L.

For the Libretto see Cottens.
Fiancee, La. Opera. For the Music see Auber. For the Li-
bretto see Scribe.
Fiancee, La, dAbydos. Opera. For the Music see Barthe;
also Bordier, P. For the Libretto see Colombeau, J. A.
de; also Dartol.
Fiancee, La, de Corinthe. Opera. For the Music see Duprato.

For the Libretto see Du Commun Du Locle.
Fiancee, La, des Verts Poteaux. For the Music see Audran.

For the Libretto see Ordonneau.
Fiancee, La, du Diable. Opera. For the Music see Masse.

For the Libretto see Scribe.
Fiancee, La, du marin. Song. Concone. No. 6 in M.244.2

Fiancee, La, du roi de Garbe. Opera. For the Music see
Auber; also Litolff. For the Libretto see Scribe; also
Philippe, A.
Fiancee, La, du timbalier. Cantata. For the Music see Saint-
Saens. For the Libretto see Hugo, V. M.
Fiancee, La, du Tsar. Overture. Rimski-Korsakov.

No. 2 in M.406.25
Fiancee, La, en loterie. Opera. For the Music see Messager.

For the Libretto see Roddaz.
Fiancee, La, en loterie. Overture. Messager. No. 3 in M.410.47
Fiances, Les. Duet. Gounod. Quinze duos.

No. II in M.157.36.6
Fiances, Les. For violin and piano. Louis, N.

No. 6 in M.390.35; etc.
Fiances Berrichons, Les. Opera. For the Music see Javelot.

For the Libretto see Jouhaud.
Fiances, Les, de Rosa. Opera. For the Music see Grandval.

For the Libretto see Choler.
Fiances, Les, du bonnet de coton. Opera. For the Music see

Soulie, H. For the Libretto see Pericaud.
Fiat cor meum. Motet. Lassus. Siimmtliche Werke. Band 9.

M.8o4oa.67.9
Fiat Domine. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band S.

M.8o4oa.67.s

Fiat misericordia Tua. Anthem. Evans. No. 35 in M. 260.24.1

Perez, D. No. 31 in M.260.24.1



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Fiction



Fibich, Zdenko.

Boufe. Zpevohra o 3 jednanich. Basen die sujetu stejnoj-

menne dram, podhadky Shakespeareovy napsal Jaroslav

Vrchlicky. Hudbu slozil Zdenko Fibich. Der Sturm.

Oper in 3 Acten . . . von Jaroslav Vrchlicky [Pseud.].

Musik von Zdenko Fibich. Op. 40. Klavirni vytah. Praha.

Urbanek. [iSpS-] M.24S.4

Othello. Symfonicka basen pro velky orchestr. Op. 6.

IPartitur.] Praze. Stary a spol. [1873.] No. i in M.410.26
Quartett pro 2 housle, violu a violoncello. Quartett fiir 2

Violinen, Viola u. Violoncello. Op. 8. Partitura. Prag.

Urbanek. [189-?] No, 2 in M.3S8.14

Fibich, Zdenko. Works about.

RiCHTER, C. L. Zdenko Fibich. Eine musikalische Sil-
houette. Prag. 1900. Portraits. Facsimiles. M.373.43
Fiby, Heinrich.

Bundeslied. (A. A. Naaff.) Mannerchor mit Begleitung

von Blechharmonie (oder Clavier). Partitur mit unter-

legtem Clavierauszug. Wien. Rebay & Robitschek.

fiSS-?] No. 2 in M.212.5

Fichtenbaum, Der. Part-song. Loewe, J. C. G. 6 Gesange.

19. Werk. No. I in M.392.17

Fichtenbaum, Der. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 16.

No. 21 in M.244.S.2
Fichtenbaum, Ein, steht seinsam. Part-song. Nessler. Drei

Lieder. No. 18 in M.392.37

Fichtenbaum, Ein, steht einsam. Song. Liszt. Gesammelte

Lieder. No. 20, 21 in M.244.14

Fickle Cupid. Duett [t. x.]. {In Apollonian harmony. Vol.

I, p. 28.) No. iSin M.141.21.1

Also to be found in Social harmony.

Fiction.

Ai,arc6n, P. A. DE. Brunhilde, or the last act of Norma.
New York. [1891.] M.102.3; etc.

Le finale de Norma. Paris. 1866. M.198.1

Ambre, fi. Une diva. [An autobiography.] Paris. 1885.

M.118.6
Armstrong, W. Thekla: a story of Viennese musical life.



■ Philadelphia. 1887.
Barnard, C. Money and music: an art story.

1874-]
Zegelda Romanief. A story about music

1880.
Blaul, G. F. Das Musikfest. 2. Ausgabe



Daphne. By "Rita'



M. 108.34

[Boston.

M.102.6

music. Boston.

M.102.8

Speyer. 1836.

M.io9a.i2

[pseud.]. Phila-

M.iog.20

or, always a future.

M. 108.29



Booth, E. M. J. von.
delphia. 1880.

Brewster, A. M. H. Compensation
Philadelphia, i860.

Bruckbraeu, F. W. Mittheilungen aus den geheimen Me-
inoiren einer deutschen Sangerin. Neue Auflage. Leip-
zig. N. d. 2 V. M.iogb.is

Clark, K. E. The dominant seventh. New York. 1890.

M. 101.27

Clarke, James H. S. Two chorus girls, and other stories.
London. 1888. M.126.27

Ci.AUDiN, G. Le mariage de la diva. [5e edition.] Paris.
[1886.] ^ M.127.33

Clement, J. P. A bon chat, bon rat. (In Foyer de I'Opera.
Tome I, pp. 77-155- Bruxelles. 1840.) M.i2ga.s.i

Coleman, J. Curly: an actor's story. And My poor wife
by the author of "Addie's husband." New York. [1885.]

No. 3 in M.129.32
-. Akestis. [Anon.] New York. 1874.



Cornish,

Craven, H. E,
CzEiKA, pseud.



Notes of a music-lover. London.



M.ioga.8

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