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For thee, love, for thee. Song [s. or x. Accomp. for piano
forte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1859.

No. 25 in M.380.41.1

Gentle Annie. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
Boston. Oliver Ditson Co. [186-?] No. 26 in M.380.41.1

Gentle Lena Clare. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Gordon. 1862. No. 27 in M.380.41.1

Give the stranger happy cheer. Ballad, [s. or x. Accomp.
for pianoforte.] Baltimore. Benteen. [1850.]

No. 28 in M.380.41.1

The Glendy Burk. A plantation melody. [Song, x. Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] New York. Pond. i860.

No. 29 in M.380.41.1

Golden dreams and fairy castles! Melody by Stephen C.
Foster. Arranged [as solo or duet] by Mrs. Parkhurst.
New York. Tremaine. 1864. No. 30 in M.38o.4i.i

Hard times come again no more. [Song, x. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] New York. Pond & Co. 1892.

No. 31 in M.380.41.1

The hour for thee and me. Duet. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1852.

No. 32 in M.380.41.1

I cannot sing tonight. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Pond & Co. 1852. No. 33 in M.380.41.1

I see her still in my dreams. [Song, x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Pond & Co. [1857.]

No. 2 in M.380.41.2

I will be true to thee. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Gordon. [1880.] No. 3 in M.380.41.2

I would not die in summer time. Song [s. or x. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. Baltimore. Benteen. [1851.]

No. 4 in M.380.41.2



Foster, Stephen Collins. (Continued.)

I'd be a fairy. Song [s. Accomp. for pianoforte]. New
York. Gordon. 1863. No. 34 in M.380.41.1

ril be home to-morrow. Ballad [x., with chorus. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. New York. Pond & Co. 1862.

No. I in M.380.41.2

If you've only got a moustache. [Comic song, s. or x. Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] New York. Harris. [1864].

No. 5 in M.380.41.2

Jeanie with the light brown hair. [Song, s. or x. Accomp.
for piano forte.] New York. Pond & Co. 1S92.

No. 6 in M.380.41.2

Jenny June. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.] Bos-
ton. Ditson & Co. 1857. No. 7 in M.380.41.2

Jenny's coming o'er the green. Ballad [x. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. Philadelphia. Lee & Walker, [i860.]

No. 8 in M.380.41.3

Katy Bell. Song [s. or x., with chorus. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Gordon. 1863. No. 9 in M.380.41.2

Kiss me, dear mother. Ballad [s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Pond & Co. 1869. No. 10 in M.380.41.2

Larry's good bye. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Gordon. 1863. No. 11 in M.380.41.2

Laura Lee. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.] Bos-
ton. Ditson & Co. 1866. No. 12 in M.380.41.2

Leave me with my mother. [Song, s. or x., with chorus.
Accomp. for pianoforte.] New York. Waters. [186-I.]

No. 13 in M.380.41.2

Linda has departed. Song [s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Pond & Co. 1859. No. 14 in M.380.41.2

Linger in blissful repose. Serenade [s. or x. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Pond & Co. [1886.I

No. 15 in M.380.41.2

The little ballad girl. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Waters, i860. No. 16 in M.380.41.2

Little Ella. Song [s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte]. New
York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1853. No. 17 in M.380.41.2

Little Jennj' Dow. Ballad [x. Accomp. for pianoforte].
New York. Harris. 1852. No. iS in M.380.41.2

Lizzie dies tonight. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Gordon. [186-?] No. ig in M.380.41.2

The love I bear to thee. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Waters. 1862. No. 21 in M.380.41.2

Lula is gone. Song [s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte]. New
York. Pond & Co. 1886. No. 22 in M.380.41.2

Maggie by mv side. [Song, x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Pond & Co. 1892. No. 20 in M.380.41.2

Marv loves the flowers. Song [s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. [18.30.]

No. 23 in M.380.41.2

Massa's in the cold, cold ground. [Song. x. .'\ccorap. for
pianoforte.] Boston. Ditson. [186-?] No. 24 in M.380.41.2

Melinda May. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
Baltimore. Miller & Beacham. [18.S2.] No. 25 in M.380.41.2

Merry little birds are we. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] New York. Gordon. [1862.I

No. 26 in M.380.41.2

The merry, merrv month of May. Song [s. or x.] and cho-
rus. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Boston. Ditson. [1862.]

No. 27 in M.380.41.2

Mine is the mourning heart. A duett for soprano and tenor.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Chicago. Root & Cady. [1861.]

No. 28 in M.380.41.2

Mollv dear, good night. Ballad [x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. Boston. Ditson & Co. [1861.I No. 2Q in M.380.41.2

Mollv! do you love me? Son.g [x. Accomp.] for pianoforte.
Baltimore. Benteen. [1850.] No. 30 in M.380.41.2

Mother, thou'rt faithful to me. Ballad [s. or x. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. Baltimore. Benteen. [1851.]

No. 31 in M.380.41.2

Mv angel boy. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Pond & Co. 1865. No. 32 in M.380.41.2

Mv bov is coming from the war. [Song. s. or x. Accomp.
for pianoforte.] New York. Gordon. 1863.

No. 33 in M.380.41.2



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Foster, Stephen Collins. (Continued.)

My brudder Gum. [Song, t. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
Boston. Ditson & Co. 1857. No. .34 in M.380.41.2

My loved one and my own, or Eva. Ballad [t. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1858.

No. :^S in M.380.41.2

My old Kentucky home. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Century Music Publishing- Co. fi?8-?]

No. .36 in M.380.41.2

My wife is a most knowing woman. [Comic song, t. Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] New York. Waters. 1862.

No. 37 in M.380.41.2

Nelly Bly. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for pianoforte.] Bos-
ton. Ditson. [1880.] No. 38 in M.380.41.2

Nelly was a lady. An Ethiopian melody. [Song, s. or t.
Accomp. for pianoforte.] New York. Pond & Co. [1888.]

No. 39 in M.380.41.2

None shall weep a tear for me. Song [s. or t. .A.ccomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 186S.

No. 40 in M.380.41.2

Oh, boys, carry me long. A plantation melody [t., and
chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte]. New York. Pond &
Co. 1879. No. 41 in M.380.41.2

Oh! Lemuel! Go down to the cotton field. Ethiopian song
[s. or T. Accomp. for pianoforte]. Baltimore. Benteen.
1850. No. I in M.380.41.3

Oh, why am I so happy? [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Waters. 1862. No. 2 in M.380.41.3

Old Black Joe. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Pond & Co. 1894. No. 3 in M.380.41.3

Old Dog Tray. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Pond & Co. 1892. Portrait.

No. 4 in M.380.41.3

Old folks at home (Swanee River). Song [s. or t. Ac-
comp. for pianoforte]. Boston. Oliver Ditson Co. [1S79.]

No. S in M.380.41.3

Old memories. Song [s. or t. Accomp. for pianoforte].
New York. Gordon. 1853. No. 6 in M.380.41.3

Once I loved thee, Mary dear. Song [s. or t. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1851.

No. 7 in M.380.41.3

Our Willie dear is dying. Ballad [s. or t, Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth & Co. 1861.

No. 8 in M.380.41.3

Parthenia to Ingomar. Song [s. Accomp. for pianoforte].
New York. Firth & Co. 1859. No. 9 in M.380.41.3

A penny for your thoughts. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] New York. Harris. 1861. No. 10 in M.380.41.3

Poor drooping maiden. Song [s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. i860.

No. II in M.380.41.3

Ring de banjo. New Ethiopian melodv [t. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1879.

No. 12 in M.380.41.3

Sadlv to mine heart appealing. Song [s. or t. .Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1858.

No. 13 in M.380.41.3

Slumber my darling. Song [s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Waters. 1862. No. 14 in M.380.41.3

The soldier's home. [Song, t. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
New York. Gordon. 1863. No. 15 in M.380.41.3

Some folks. [Song, t. Accomp. for pianoforte.] New
York. Pond & Co. 1892. No. 16 in M.380.41.3

Somebody's coming to see me to-night. Ballad [s. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. Brooklyn. Holmes. 1S64.

No. 17 in M.380.41.3

The spirit of my song. [.Song, s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] Baltimore. Benteen. [iSso.l No. iS in M.380.41.3

That's what's the matter. Song [t. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Firth & Co. 1862. No. 19 in M.38Q.41.3

There are plenty of fish in the sea. [Song, s. or t. Accomp.
for pianoforte.] New York. Tremaine. 1862.

No. 20 in M.380.41.3

There's no such girl as mine. [Song. T. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Harris. 1862. No. 21 in M.380.41.3



Foster, Stephen Collins. (Continued.)

'Tis my father's song. Ballad [s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. Cincinnati. Church. [1865.] No. 22 in M.380.41.3
Turn not away. A serenade arranged as a duett [s. t. Ac-
comp. for pianoforte]. Boston. Ditson & Co. [18150.]

No. 23 in M.380.41.3
Under the willow she's sleeping. Song [s. or t. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. Boston. Oliver Ditson Co. 1863.

No. 24 in M.380.41.3
The village maiden. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Firth & Co. 1855. No. 25 in M.380.41.3
The voice of bygone days. Ballad [s. or t. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. 1850.

No. 26 in M.380.41.3
The voices that are gone. [Song, s. s. t. b.] The sympho-
nies and accompaniments by John P. Cooke. New York.
Pond & Co. 1865. No. 27 in M.380.41.3

Was my brother in the battle? [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] New York. Waters. 1862.

No. 28 in M.380.41.3
We've a million in the field. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] New York. Gordon. 1862. No. 29 in M.380.41.3
When old friends were here. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] New York. Waters. 1864. No. 35 in M.380.41.3
Where has Lula gone. Ballad [s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. i8.s8.

No. 31 in M.380.41.3
Why have my loved ones gone. [Song, s. or x. Accomp.
for pianoforte.] New York. Harris. 1862.

No. 37 in M.380.41.3
Why, no one to love? [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] New York. Gordon. 1862. No. 38 in M.380.41.3
The wife; or he'll come home. Song [s. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. New York. Firth, Pond & Co. i860.

No. 39 in M.380.41.3
Willie has gone to the war. Song and chorus [s. s. x. b.
Accomp. for pianoforte]. New York. Pond. 1891.

No. 40 in M.380.41.3
Willie my brave. Ballad [s. Accomp. for pianoforte]. New
York. Firth, Pond & Co. [1851.] No. 41 in M.380.41.3

Wilt thou begone, love. Duet [s. x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. New York. Pond & Co. 1892. No. 42 in M.380.41.3
Fester Club, Boston.

Brown, A. A., compiler. Programmes and comments. The
Parker, Chickering and Foster Clubs. [Boston. 1862-77.]

M.371.10
Fothergill, Jessie.
The first violin. A novel. New York. Holt & Co. 1878.

M.102.2
Foucher, Paul Henri.

L'an mil. [Opera comique. Paroles de Melesville [pseud.]
et Foucher. Musique de A. Grisar. M.224.34A

L'opera au camp. Opera comique. Musique de Varney.

No. 2 in M. 325. II
Richard en Palestine. Grand opera. Musique de A. .\dam.

M.361.2
Fountain, The, in the desert. Part-song. Gade. Die Quelle in
der Wuste. No. 11 in M.392.9

Fouque, Pierre Octave.

Michel Ivanovitch Glinka. D'apres ses memoires et sa cor-
respondance. Paris. Heugel & cie. 1880. Portrait.

No. 2 in M. 122. IS
Les revolutionnaires de la musique: Lesueur, Berlioz, Bee-
thoven, Wagner, la musique russe. Paris. I^evy. 18S2.

M. 127.42

Variations symphoniques sur un air bearnais . . . Compo-

sees pour orchestre. [Partition.] Paris. Heugel. [18—"-']

No. 4 in M.3S8.2S

Four seasons. The. Symphony. Hadley. Die vier Jahres-

zeiten. M.412.6

Fourberies, Les, de Marinette. Opera. For the Music see

Creste. For the Librexxo see Carre, M.



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Foyer



Fourcheux de Montrond, Clement Melchior Justin Maxime.
Les musiciens les plus celebres. Lille. Lefort. 1853. Plate.

M.145.26

Contents. — S. Gregoire le Grand. — S. Odon de Cluni. — Gui d'Arezzo.

— Josquin Depret. — Palestrina. — Allegri. — Carissimi. — Lulli. —
Scarlatti. — Marchand. — Rameau. — Haendel. — Sebastien Bach. —
Porpora. — Marcello. — Tartini, — Durante. — Leo. — Daquin. — ■
Graun. — Pergolese. — Hasse. — Farinelli. — Le pere Martini. —
Jomelli. — Gluck. — Ficcini. — • Haydn. — Gossec. — Sacchini. — ■
Boccherini. — Gretry. — Naumann. — Cimarosa. — Viotti. — Mozart. —
Clierubini. — Mehul. — Lesueur. — Beethoven. — Weber. — Choron.

Fourgeaud, Alexandre.

Les premieres amies de Rossini. Paris. Librairie univer-
selle. 1887. No. 4in M.198.13

Fourneaux, Napoleon.

Instrumentologie. Traite theorique et pratique de Taccord
des instruments a sons fixes, I'harmonium, I'orgue a
tuyaux et le piano. Paris. Repos. [186-?] Tables.

M.216.S
Fournier, Alix.

Stratonice. Opera en i acte. Paroles de Louis Gallet.
Musique de Fournier-Alix. [Partition chant et piano.]
Paris. Dupont. [1892.] No. 2 in M.30S.30

Fournier, !6douard.

Chapeau du roi. Opera comique. Musique de Henri Gas-
pers. M.281.28
La charmeuse. Opera-comique. Musique de Henri Caspers.

No. I in M. 275.31

Les deux epagneuls. Opera bouffe. Musique de Charles

Manry. No. 2 in M.301.15

La musique chez le peuple, ou I'opera national. Par le

vicomte de Pontecoulant et fid Fournier.

No. 4 in M. 147.3. 1
Titus et Berenice. Operette bouffe. Musique de L. Gas-
tinel. No. 2 in M.30S.42

Fournier, Narcisse.

Mademoiselle Sylvia. Opera-comique. Musique de Samuel

David. M.295.7

La promise d'un autre. Opera comique. Paroles de N.

Fournier & J. Defrene. Musique de Ch. de Courcelles.

M.28S.33
Fournier, Paul.
Toccata. £tude symphonique. (Op. 20.) Partition d'or-
chestre. Paris. Durand. [i8qo?1 No. 2 in M.406.4S

Fourteen cows and a bull. Catch. Weedon.

No. 21.^ in M.235.17.2; etc.
1492. Ofiera. For the Music see Pflueger. For the Libretto

see Barnet.
Fourteen years with Adelina Patti. Biography. Lauw.

M.146.12
Foussier, Edouard.

Le chercheur d'esorit. Opera-comique. Musique de F.

Besanzoni. M.271.H

Foweles in the frith. Duet It. B.l. (In Smith. Musica anti-

qua. P. II.) , M.236.10

A song of the thirteenth century.

Fowle, Thomas Llovd.

[Fifteen short anthems. Accomp. for organ. Crawley?

iSSQ.I M.2go.26

Contents. — O love the Lord. — Suffer little children. — Solomon's
prayer. — God, who as at this time. — O Lord, save Thy people. —
I will wash my hands in innocency. — I will lay me down in peace. —
O God, the strength of all. — • Lord, we beseech Thee. — O pray for
the peace of Jerusalem, — O give thanks unto the Lord. — Now is
Christ risen. — Thou visitest the earth. — Call to remembrance, O Lord.

— Arise, shine, for thy light is come.

Life of Handel. London. Pitman. 11877.! Portraits.

No. I in M. 125.9
My musical and unmusical career, from 6 years of age to
fifty . . . By a musical bird of fowl(e) species. London.
Castle & Lamb. [1878.1 M.149.26

Now is Christ risen. [Anthem for Easter. Accomp. for
organ. 1 London. Novello. [185-?! No. 11 in M^90.i4
Thou visitest the earth. [Anthem for Thanksgiving. Ac-
comp. for organ.! London. Novello. [185-.I

No. 1.3 in M.2go.i4
When the Comforter is come. [Anthem for Whitsunday.
Accomp. for organ.! London. Novello. [185-?]

No. 12 in M.290.14



Fowle, Thomas Lloyd. (Continued.)

Will God indeed dwell upon the earth? [Anthem. Accomp.

for organ.! London. Novello. [185-?] No. 14 in M.290.14

Wilt not Thou, O God, go forth? [Anthem. Accomp. for

organ.] London. Novello. [185-?] No. 10 in M.290.14

Fowle, Thomas Lloyd, editor.

Parochial anthems by the cathedral composers of 1863, in
vocal score with organ accomp. Winchester. Fowle.
[1863.! No. I in M.233.29

Contents. — Ouseley ; O praise the Lord with me. — Greatheed: Hail I
gladdening light. — Macfarren : The Lord is my shepherd. — Elvey:
Rejoice in the Lord. — Gauntlett: This is the day the Lord hath made.
— Leslie: Fear not, I bring you good tidings. — Stewart: If ye love
Me. — Holloway : How dear are Thy counsels. — Chipp : Lord of all
power and might. — Steggall : O clap your hands. — Spark : All we
like sheep. — Hopkins: O clap your hands. — Jackson (Masham) :
Come, let us return unto the Lord. — Baumer: Lord, how are they
increased. — Gilbert : I will lay me down in peace. — Dixon : O give
thanks. — Smith : If ye then be risen with Christ. — Stewart : Thou,
O God, art praised in Zion. — Stephens : O praise the Lord, all ye na-
tions. — Stainer : Deliver me, O Lord. — Barnby : Make me a clean
heart, O God. — Gauntlett : I will go unto the altar. — Steggall : Hear
ye, and give ear. — Fowle : Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace. —
Fowle: All nations whom Thou hast made.

Fowles, Ernest.

The legend of Lampetia, cantata for treble voices, written

by Ernest J. Eagleman [pseud.?], the music composed by

Ernest Fowles. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.

Reid. [188-?] No. I in M.204.15

Fox, George.

The babes in the wood, new comic cantata. Words by
Thomas Ingoldsby [pseud.]. Music by George Fox.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Metzler & Co. [188-?]

No. 3 in M.IS5.3

The fancies of Fidgety Fee and other nursery rhymes set
to music. London. Patey & Willis. [187-?]

No. 3 in M. 154.16

"Gabriel Grub." The story of the goblins who stole a sex-
ton. Adapted from Dickens' story in "Pickwick," by
Frederic Wood. The music by George Fox. Cantata
seriabuffa. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Williams.
[1882.] No. 2 in M.155.3

Golden treasures. A cantata for female voices. Poetry by
Charles Bradberry, music by George Fox. [Accomp. for
piano.] London. Morley & Co. [1881.I No. 2 in M.277.19

Hamilton Tighe. Cantata. The poetry from the Ingoldsby
legends, the music by George Fox. [Accomp. for piano.]
London. Boosey & Co. [188-?] No. 4 in M.277.19

The jackdaw of Rheims: cantata. Written by the late
Thomas Ingoldsby [pseud.]. Music by George Fox. [Ac-
comp. for piano.] London. Chappell & Co. [187-?]

No. 2 in M.28S.19

Lord Lovel, a humourous cantata, for 4 solo voices & cho-
rus. [Accomp. for piano.] London. Patey & Willis.
[ 187-?] No. 3 in M.277.19

The messenger dove. Cantata, for four solo voices, chorus,
and orchestra, with separate pianoforte accomp. Words
by Robert Bell. Music by George Fox. London. Wil-
liams. [187-?] No. 4 in M. 154.16

Nydia, the blind girl of Pompeii. Grand opera in 5 acts.
Adapted from Bulwer's novel ... by George Fox. [Vo-
cal score with piano accomp.] London. Hutchings &



Romer. 1892.



M.303.1



Sallv Brown; a nautical comic cantata. Poetry by Thomas

Hood. Music by George Fox. [Accomp. for pianoforte.]

London. Williams. [18S-?] No. 2 in M.155.3

Winifred Pryce; the milkmaid's story. A melodramatic

cantata. Poetry by Thomas Ingoldsby [pseud.]. Music

by G. Fox. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Morley

& Co. [188-?] No. I in M.15S.3

Fox, The, jump'd over the parson's gate. Part-song. Bisirop,

H. R. No. Sin M. 157.19; etc.

Foxy Quiller. Opera. For the Music see De Koven. For the

Libretto see Smith, H. B.
Foyer, Le, de I'opera. Moeurs fashionables. Par Leon Goz-
lan. Pierre Clement . . . Bruxelles. Meline, Cans & cie.

M. 1292.5



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Short stories by various authors.



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France



Fra cento affannj. Aria. Mozart. Werke. Serie 6, Band i.

No. 9inM.3i5-i-6.i
Fra Diavolo. Of>cra. For the Music see Auber. For the Li-
bretto see Scribe.
Fra Martino Campanajo. Glee. Carter, T. [Canons, glees
and catches.l No. 5 in M.221.32

Fra pensieri quel pensiero. Sontj. Handel. Werke. Liefe-
runff so. M.3I3.1.50

Fra tante pene. Song. Handel. Werke. Lieferung 50.

M.313.1.50

Fra un dolce deliro. Song. Barth£lemon, M. Six F.nKlish

and Italian songs. No. 4 in M.221.32

Fraeulein, Das, an der Himmelsthiir. Part-song. Finster-

BUSCH. No. 57 in M.392.7

Frag' und Antwort. Part-song. Zenger. Fiinf Lieder fnr

Mannerchor. No. 73 in M.392-24

Frage. Song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Werke.

Serie 19. M.413-3.I9

Schumann, R. A. Zwolf Gedichte von Kerner.

No. ga in M.244.1.S.1 ; etc
Frage nicht. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesiinge. Op. 14-

No. 18 in M.244.5-2

Fragerolle, Georges.

Le reve de Joel. Legende. Poeme et musique [pour voix

de baryton avec accomp. de pianol de Georges Fragerolle.

Paris. Enoch Sz; Costallat. [189-?] Plates. M.120.33

Saint-Pierrot. Pantomime en un acte de Fernand Beissier.

Musique de G. Fragerolle. Partition complete. Paris.

Choudens. [189-?! No. 2 in M.384.3

Fragment aus dem Aeschylus. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke.

Serie 20, Band 4. M.3i7-i-20.4

Fragrant chaplets. Song. Salieri. No. 36 m M.384.48

Fragrant painting, The. Part-song. Webbe, S.

No. 130 in M.220.9.3; etc.

Frahm, Wilhelm.

Marsch [t. x. b. b.]. Hamburg. Thiemer. [188-?]

No. 27 in M.392.8

Framery, Nicolas fitienne.

Avis aux poetes lyriques, ou, de la necessite du rhythme et
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La colonic. Opera comique. Parodie sur la musique del
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Les deux comtesses. Opera bouffon sous la musique du
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Discours qui a remporte le prix de musique et declamation

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Framery, Nicolas fitienne, translator.

Sacchini. L'Olympiade, ou le triomphe de I'amitie. M.274.8
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M.158.47
Frangais, Le, a Venise. Of'cra. For the Music see Isouard.

For the Libretto see Gensoul.
Francastor. Ot^era. For the Music see Barbier, F. £. For

the Libretto see Eyraud.
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No. I in M.I2S.6
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M. 138.5

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M.I4S-I7
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