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nover. Hannover. Nagel. [184-?] No. i, 2 in M.155.17
Contents. — Der Stern der Liebe. — Nachtgruss an Cacilie. — Abschied
an S. — Fruhlingslied. — Liebesklage. — Jagerlied.

Sechs Gedichte von Ernst Schulze, fur 4 Mannerstimmen.
In Musik gesetzt von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover.
Hannover. Nagel. [184-?! No.S in M.isS-i?

Contents. — Treue Liebe. — Sehnsuclit. — Blick der Geliebten. —
Gliick und Leid. — Liebeswahn. — Die Ersclieinung.

[Sechs Lieder fiir 4 Mannerstimmen. In Musik gesetzt von
dem Kronprinzen von Hannover. Leipzig? 184-?] 4
parts in i v. No. 7 in M.i.ss.i?

Contents. — Mein Gesang. — An sie. — Schicksal. — Die Nonne. —
Des Knaben Berglied. — Der Konig auf dem Tliurrae.

Vier Gedichte von F. Schiller, fur 4 Mannerstimmen. In

Musik gesetzt . . . von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover.

Hannover. Nagel. [184-?! No. 4 in M.isS-i?

Contents. — An Emma. — Der Jiinglinge am Bache. — Sehnsucht. —

Entziickung an Laura.
Vorwarts. Gedicht von Uhland, fiir 4 Mannerstimmen.

Componirt . . . von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover.

Hannover. Nagel. [184-?] ^. f-\^^-1J

George Dandin. Opera. For the Music see Mathieu, E. L. V.

For the Libretto see Coveliers.

Georges, Alexandre.

rAxel.l Prelude d'Axel. Partition d'orchestre. Paris.
Bardoux & cie. fi8go.l No. 2 in M.343-4S

Charlotte Corday. Drame lyrique en trois actes, un pro-
logue et cinq tableaux. Poeme de Armand Silvestre.
Musique de Alexandre Georges. Partition chant et piano.
Paris. Choudens. 1901. Portrait. M.382.24

Melodies. Par le C'e d'Osmoy & Adre Georges. fAccomp.
de piano.l Paris. Michaelis. [1880.] Etchings. M.245.16

Contents. — Partons tous deux [s. T.]. — Orgie galante [a. ou bar.].
— Legende bretonne [a. ou bar.]. — Madrigal [a. ou b.]. — La
pieuvre [bar.]. — Berceuse [s. solo et chceur, s. s. a.]. — Les roses
sont mortes [t.]. — La brise [t.]. — Le chant du rouet [chceur, s.
s. ji]. Le reve du paysan [bar.]. — Choeur des pasteurs [s. a. t. b.].

MiarLa. Comedie lyrique en 4 actes (dont un prologue) et
6 tableaux. Poeme de Jean Richepin. [Musique d'l
Alexandre Georges. Partition piano et chant reduite par
I'auteur. Paris. Enoch & cie. 1905. Portraits. M.383.S7
Le printemps. Opera-comique en i acte. Poeme de C. de
Roddaz & Montjoyeux [pseud.]. Musique de Alexandre
Georges. [Partition chant et piano.l Paris. Girod.
[1890.1 No. I in M.256.33

Georgette, ou le moulin de Fontenoy. Opera. For the Music

see Gevaert. For the Libretto see Vaez.
Georgiennes, Les. Opera. For the Music see Offenbach. For

the Libretto see Moinaux.
Georgine, Die. Song. Strauss, R. Acht Gedichte.

No. 4 in M.380.24.1

Gerald, Edmond.

Le train manque. Operette en un acte pour pensionnat de

demoiselles. Paroles de L. D. Morello. Musique de Edm.

Gerald. [Partition chant et piano.l Paris. Cartereau.

[ i88-?l No. 2 in M.402.72

Geraldy, Frank.

L'ascension du Mont Blanc. Operette. Paroles de Pericaud
& Delormel. Musique de Frank Geraldy. [Partition chant
et piano.l Paris. Bathlot. [i88-?l No. i in M.393.19

<Gerard.

The world and its vot'ries. Song harmonized [t. t. B.l. {In
Social harmony. Pp. 274, 275.) No. 223 in M.21S.21



Gerard, Henri Philippe.

Considerations sur la musique en general, et particuliere-
ment sur tout ce qui a rapport a la vocale. Paris. Kleffer.
1819. No. 2 in M.2i8.g

Gerard, J. B.

Un eclat de trompette. Opera comique. Paroles de H.
Lefebvre et J. B. Gerard. Musique de J. J. Debillemont.

No. 2 in M.277.27
Gerard, Jules.

£gill-le-Demon. Drame fantastique et lyrique en 3 actes.

Prologue et epilogue par J. A. de Rostan et J. M. Cour-

nier. Musique de Jules Gerard. Morceaux detaches pour

chant & piano. Paris. Lamotte. [185-?] No. 3 in M.2s6.i

Gerard, Paul.

Madame Suzette. Operette de Andre Sylvane [pseud. 1 &
Maurice Ordonneau. Musique de Edmond Audran.

No. 2 in M.39S.7

Mon prince! Opera-comique de A. Sylvane [pseud. 1 & Ch.

Clairville. Musique de E. Audran. No. i in M.25S.29

Patart, Patart & cie. Vaudeville-operette de Andre Sylvane

[pseud. 1 et Ch. Clairville. Musique de Louis Gregh.

No. 2 in M.266.32
Les petites femmes. Operette de Andre Sylvane [pseud.].
IMusique de Ed. Audran. No. 2 in M.395.64

Gerber, Ernst Ludwig.

Die Nibelungen. Grosse Oper. Musik von H. Dorn. M.262.10
Geres, Albert.

Pierrot puni. Opera comique. Paroles de MM. A. Semiane
[pseud.] & Albert Geres. Musique de Henri Cieutat.

No. r in M.28S.16
Le reve. Operette. Paroles de MM. Albert Semiane [pseud.]
& Albert Geres. Musique de Henri Cieutat.

No. 2 in M.28S.16
Gerhaeuser, Emil.

Moloch. Musikalische Tragodie. Vollstandiger Klavier-
Auszug von Rudolf Siegel. M.378.6

Gericke, Richard von.

Vier Lieder fiir vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 5. Hamburg.

Jowien. [186-?] . No. 16 in M.392.10

Contents. — Jagers gute Nacht. — AH' meine Herzgedanken. — Nacht-
gesang. — Mondnacht.

Gerlach, Leopold.

Judith. Oratorium. Componirt von August Klughardt.

M.240.5
Die Zerstorung Jerusalems. Oratorium. Musik von August
Klughardt. M.202.34

Gerlach, Theodor.

Eine Serenade. Sechs Satze fiir Streichorchester. Op. 3.
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [188-?]

No. 2 in M.403.39
Vaterlandslied. Fiir Mannerchor mit Begleitung von 2
kleinen Floten, 2 Trompeten, 2 Hornern, 3 Posaunen,
Basstuba, Pauken und Becken. Op. 7. Partitur mit un-
terlegtem Klavierauszu.g. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel.
[1888?] No. 4 in M.203.14

Gerli, G., editor.

Rossini. L'equivoco stravagante. M. 150.32

Germa, Maurice.

L'art scandinave. La musique dans le Danemark, en
Islande, en Norvege et en Suede. Histoire et monogra-
phic. [Par] Maurice Cristal [pseud.]. Paris. Didier &
cie. 1874. No. 6 in M.372.21

Verdi et les traditions nationales de la musique en Italic.
[Par Maurice Cristal, pseud.] {Cut from Bibliotheque
universelle et revue Suisse. Serie 3, vol. 6, pp. 38,i;-409;
vol. 7, pp. 66-101. Lausanne. 1880, 81.) No. S in M.207.9
Germain, Marius.

Le dernier verre. Operette. Musique de Louis Lefevre.

No. 2 in M.393.34
Germain, P.

Simon de Montfort. Opera en cinq actes. Paroles de M.
Louis Metge. Musique de P. Germain. Partition piano
et chant. [Paris. 186-?] H.a40.l7



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German



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC



Gernsheim



German, James Edward.

The Emerald Isle; or, the caves of Carrig-Cleena. Comic
opera. Written by Basil Hood. Composed by Arthur
Sullivan and Edward German. M.381.46

A princess of Kensington. A new and original comic opera
in two acts. Written by Basil Hood. Composed by Ed-
ward German. Arranged from the full score by Wilfred
Bendall. [Vocal score with pianoforte accomp.] London.
Chappell & Co. igo.s. M.397.29

The tempter. Suite for orchestra. Score. London. Ash-
down. fiSg-?! No. I in M.357.16

German hymn. For pianoforte. Pleyel, I. J. No. 27 in M.384.48

German serenade. Part-song. Marschner, H. A.

No. 25 in M.157.S.1

German Vclkslieder Album. Forty sonars with the original
words and an English version by John Oxenford. fPiano-
forte accomp. 1 London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [188-?!

No. 2 in M.384.64
Contents. — Sir Ulrich. — The watchman. — The Switzer boy. —
bavarian song. — The three roses. — Present in thought. — The
pains of love. — Good night. — The faithless one. — All over. — A
bitter parting. — Absence. — The lover's flight. — Happy days. —
The mountain maiden. — A song to Spring. — Constancy. — Lover's
quarrel. — Complaint. — The coy maiden. — Oft at her cottage door.
— A song of the Styrian Alps. — The sentinel. — Cradle song. —
A short farewell. — Soldier's love. — My dearest, my darling. — A
light possession. — From the Dachstein's height. — On the Alma. —
The Tyrolese and his child. — Soft gale of the evening. — Wander-
er's song. — Lonely. — Thuringian Volkslied. — The Lurley. —
Annie of Tharau. — A lament. — May breezes. — Farewell.

Germanenzug. Cantata. For the Music see Lund. For the

Libretto see Silberstein.
Germania. Opera. For the Music see Franchetti. For the

Libretto see Illica.

Germania. Part-song. Ahrenssen. No. 8 in M.392.35

LoEWE, J. C. G. 6 Gesange. No. i in M.392.17

Germania, wie stehst du jetzt. Part-song. Beethoven. Werke.

Serie 20, Band 2. M.413.1.20.2

Germany. Music.

Allgemeiner deutscher Musiker-Kalender fiir 1879. Her-
ausgegeben von Oscar Eichberg. Berlin. [1878.!

H.i09b.io

Allgemeiner deutscher Musikverein. Almanach. Jahr-

gang I, 2. Leipzig. 1868, 69. M.198.2; etc.

BuRNEY, C. The present state of music in Germany, the

Netherlands and United Provinces. London. 1773. 2 v.

M.116.3

Chorley, H. F. Modern German music. Recollections and

criticisms. London. 1854. M.107.9

Music and manners in France and Germany. London.

1844. M.107.10

Cornet, J. Die Oper in Deutschland und das Theater der

Neuzeit. Hamburg. 1849. M. 148.17

Deutscher S.a.nger-Kalendar. Herausgegeben von Hein-

rich Pfeil. Jahrgang i. 187.S. Leipzig. 1874. Portrait.

Contains a list of musical societies in Germany. No 4 in M "^77 16

Ellinger, G., editor. Kirchenlied und Volkslied. Geistliche

und weltliche Lyrik des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts bis auf

Klopstock. Stuttgart. 1892. M.370.9

Elson, L. C. German songs and song-writers. Boston.

1882. No. I in M.372.S2

Fay, a. Music study in Germany. Chicago. 1881. M.109.16

Ferris, G. T. Great German composers. New York. 1882.

M.i09b.i8
Foerster, B. Parsifal-Nachklange. Allerhand Gedanken
fiber deutsche Cultur, Wissenschaft, Kunst, Gesellschaft.
Leipzig. 1883. No. i in M.198.9

Fuerstenau, M. Zur Geschichte der Musik und des Thea-
ters am Hofe zu Dresden. Dresden. 1861, 62. M. 136.10
Hesse, M. Max Hesse's Deutscher Musiker-Kalender fur
das Jahr 1897, 98, 1901, 02, 04. Leipzig. [1896-1903.!

M.205.27

Holmes, E. A ramble among the musicians of Germany.

London. 1828. M. 137. 21



Germany. Music. (Continued.)

Krehbiel, H. E. The development of German opera. Illus.

Portraits. Plates. {In The music of the modern world

. . . Vol. I, pp. 85-94. New York. [iSg.'?.]) M.14.1.1

Marsop, p. Neudeutsche Kapellmeistermusik. Berlin. 1885.

No. 2 in M.377.15

Mettingh, J. P. F. VON. Lebens-Skizzen deutscher Ton-

setzer. Niirnberg. 1868. No. $ in M.207.36

MoRSCH, A. Deutschlands Tonkiinstlerinnen. Berlin. 1S93.

M.37I-37

PuDOR, H. Die alten und die neuen Wege in der Musik,
nebst einem Vorwort. Dresden. 1892. No. i in M. 372.41

Reimann, H., editor. Das deutsche Lied . . . von seinen
Anfangen bis zur heutigen Zeit. [Berlin. 189-?!

No. 2 in M.372.41

Schletterer, H. M. Das deutsche Singspiel von seinen
ersten Anfangen bis auf die neueste Zeit. Augsburg.
1863. M.371.21

SiEBER, F. Handbuch des deutschen Liederschatzes. Ein
Catalog von 10.000 . . . Liedern, nebst einer Auswahl von
Duetten und Terzetten. Berlin. 1875. No. 2 in M.141.1

SouBiES, A. Histoire de la musique allemande. Paris.
[1896.1 M.216.16

Wackeenagel, p. C. E. Bibliographic zur Geschichte des
deutschen Kirchenliedes im XVI. Jahrhundert. Frank-
furt a. M. i8s.'5. M.372.47
Germany. Folk-songs.

Brahms, J. Deutsche Volkslieder. Berlin. 1894.

No. 9-15; in M.380.40.3

Volks-Kinderlieder, mit hinzugefiigter Clavierbeglei-

tung. Leipzig. [188-?! No. 8 in M.380.40.3

Forster, G., editor. Der zweite Teil der kurtzweiligen guten
frischen teutschen Liedlein zu singen fast lusti.g im mehr-
stimmis:en Tonsatze. Leipzig. 1905. M.400.18

Six of the songs only are by Forster.

German Volkslieder Album. Forty songs with the origi-
nal words and an English version by John Oxenford.
London. [188-?] No. 2 in M.384.64

MiTTLER, F. L., editor. Deutsche Volkslieder. 2e . . . Aus-
gabe. Frankfurt am Main. 1865. M.37r.36

Sciiambach, O., editor. Liederhalle fiir Deutschlands Jugend.
Altenburg. [1883.! M.20S.28

Schure, fi. Histoire du Lied, ou la chanson populaire en
Allemagne . . . Paris. 1868. M.118.20

Gernerth, Franz.

In stiller Nacht! Mannerchor mit Baritonsolo und beliebi-
ger Begleitung der Harfe oder des Klavieres. Op. 41.
Wien. Wetzler. [i88-?l No. I in M. 212.6

Siinger-Standchen fiir vier Miinnerstimmen. Op. 42. Par-
titur. Wien. Wetzler. [l88-?l No. 17 in M.392.10

Gernlein, Rudolf.

Drev Lieder fiir Bar. oder Alt, mit Pianoforte oder Guitarre

Begleitung. Berlin. Simon. [1830.I No. 3 in M.22I.33

Contents. — Meeresstille. — Erste Liebe. — Der Regenbogen.

Gemot. Opera. For the Music see Albert, E. F. C. d'. For

the Libretto see Kastropp.

Gernsheim, Friedrich.

Abendandacht [t. T. B. B.]. Op. 40, No. 2. Leipzig. Rieter-

Biedermann. 1879. No. 19 in M.392.10

Alia Mazurka. No. i der Tanzstiicke, Op. 30, zu vier

Handen. Fiir Orchester bearbeitet von Karl Miiller-

Berghaus. Partitur. Mainz. Schott. fi88-?l

No. 3 in M.410.26

Auf Waldespfaden. [Mannerchor.! (In Claassen. Ludwig

Liebe- Album. Pp. 14-16.) No. 11 in M.203.16

Concert fiir Violine init Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 42.

Orchester-Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 1880.

No. 2 in M.3.S6.17

Fantasiestiick fiir Violine mit Begleitung des Orchesters.

Op. 33. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1876. No. 2 in M.338.8

G. Verdi, Messa da Reauiem. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M.

Bechhold. [1897. Der Musikfuhrer. No. ,■;.■;. .5 6.1

No. 4 in M.2i7.i2..<{

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Gernsheim



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON



Gerrish



Gernsheim, Friedrich. (Continued.)

Der Kesithnte Hirsch. fMannerchor.l Op. 40, No. 3. Leip-

zisr. Rieter-Biedermann. 1879. No. 20 in M.392.10

Das Grab im Busento. The grave in the Busento. Ballade

von A. von Platen. English version by E. Buek. Fiir

Mannerchor und Orchester componirt von Friedrich

Gernsheim. Op. 52. Klavierauszug. Berlin. Luckhardt.

1887. No. S in M.203.14

Nordische Sommernacht. Gedicht v. Herm. Lingg, fiir Chor,

Soli & Orchester componirt von Friedrich Gernsheim.

Op. 21. Clavier-Auszug. Mainz. Schott. [1870?!

No. 5 in M.203.6

Odins Meeresritt. Gedicht von Schreiber, fiir Baritonsolo,
Mannerchor und Orchester. Componirt von Friedrich
Gernsheim. Op. 48. Clavierauszug. Berlin. Ries & Erler.
[1883?] No. 3 in M.212.6

Phobos Apollon. (Gedicht von Herm. Allmers.) Hymne
fiir Mannerchor, Solostimmen und Orchester von Friedr.
Gernsheim. Op. 60. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Rieter-
Biedermann. 1893. No. 4 in M.212.6

Phrygiergesang [t. t. b. b.1. Op. 40, No. i. Leipzig. Rieter-
Biedermann. 1879. No. 18 in M.392.IO

Quartett fiir 2 Violinen, Viola & Violoncell. Op. 2S. Par-
titur. Berlin. Simrock. 1894. No. 4 in M.338.10

Quartett (No. 2, A moll) fiir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violon-
cello. Op. 31. Partitur. Cassel. Luckhardt. [187-?!

No. 3 in M.33S.6

Quartett (No. 3, F dur) fiir Pianoforte, Violine, Viola und
Violoncell. Op. 47. fPartitur und Stimmen.l Leipzig.
Rieter-Biedermann. 1883. 4 parts in i v. M.403.40

Quartett (No. 3, in F dur) fiir zwei Violinen, Viola und Vio-
loncell. Op. SI. Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann.
1866. No. 7 in M.211.1

Same. Stimmen. 4 v. No. 3 in M.211.2.1-4

Romische Leichenfeier. Gedicht von Hermann Lingg. Fiir
Miinnerchor & Orchester componirt von Friedr. Gerns-
heim. Op. 17. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Seitz. [187-?!

No. 2 in M.212.6

Salamis. Siegesgesang der Griechen. [Mannerchor. 1 Leip-
zig. Rieter-Biedermann. [187-?! No. 4 in M.270.S8
AJeo to be found in Eidgenossischer Sangerverein. Mannerchore fiir
das 13. . . . Sangerfest.

Same. Salamis. [Triumph-song of the Greeks, t, t. e. b.]
Op. 10. [Boston. Apollo Club.] 1880. No. 6 in M.392.36

Salve, Regina, fiir Sopran-Solo, Frauenchor, Orchester und
Orgel (ad libitum). Clavierauszug. Bremen. Cranz.
[187-?! No. 4 in M.39I.39

Symphonie [No. I, G moll] fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 32.
Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. [1875.] No. i in M.348.21

Symphonie (No. 2, Es dur) fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 46.
Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 1882.

No. 2 in M.332.20

Symphonie (No. 3, C moll) fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 54.
Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 1888.

No. I in M.332.20

Symphonie (No. 4) fur grosses Orchester. Op. 62, Partitur.
Berlin. Simrock. 1896. No. i in M.356.17

Trio fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 28. [Par-
titur.] Mainz. Schott. [1871?] No. 7 in M.211.3.2

Same. [Stimmen, Violine und Violoncell.] 2 v.

No. 18 in M.211.4.1, 2

Wiichterlied aus der Neujahrsnacht des Tahres 1200 . . . Fiir
Mannerchor und Orchester. Op. 7. Klavierauszug. Leip-
zig. Breitkoof & H*tel. [1864?! No. 10 in M.3g2.4i

Waldmeister's Brautfahrt. Ouverture fiir grosses Orchester.
Op. 13. Partitur. Bremen. Cranz. [186-?] No. 2 in M.348.21

Der Zaubermantel. Ballade von Felix Dahn. Fiir Soli,

Chor und Pianoforte componirt von Friedrich Gernsheim!

Berlin. Ries & Erler [i88q.] No. .s in M.391.39

With German and English words.

Gernsheim. Friedrich. Works about.

Heym. G. Friedrich Gernsheim. Erste Symphonic in G.-

moll (Op. 32). Erlautert. Leipzig. [looi?]

No. 7 in M.217.12.10

470



Gero, Giovanni.

Phillida mia piu chei. [Duet, t. b.] (In Smith. Musica
antiqua. P. 134.) M.236.10

Gerstenberg, Heinrich Wilhelm von.

Ariadne auf Naxos [von H. von Gerstenberg], und Johann

Elias Schlegels Prokris und Cephalus. In Musik gesetzt

von Johann Adolph Scheiben. H.203.42

Die Grazien. Eine Cantata. In Musik gesetzt . . . von

Friedrich Benda. No. I in M.220.26

Gerny,

La Sainte Catherine. Operette. Paroles de Lacombe et
Gerny. I\Iusique de Frederic Barbier. No. 5 in M.255.34
Geroldan, A. T.

Comment I'esprit vient aux gar<;ons. Operette. Musique
de Ferdinand Deroo. No. i in M.29S.33

Gerrish, William H.

Benedic anima mea, in G. [Accomp. for orgam.l Boston.
[1886.] No. 27 in M.158.16

Benedictus, in C. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. [1889.]

No. 34 in M.158.16

Christ our Passover. [Anthem for Easter. Accomp. for

organ.] Boston. [1887.] No. 29 in M.158.16

The earth is the Lord's. Anthem [t. t. b. b. Accomp. for

organ]. Boston. [1895.] No. 16 in M.203.25

Five Christmas carols. Boston. Gerrish. 1892.

No. 24 in M.158.16
Contents. — Hail, Christmas day. — 'Twas in winter. — - Ring out the
happy carols. — Long ago above a manger. — Good tidings.

The Gerrish collection of church music. No. 1-20, 501-526.
[Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Gerrish. [1885-90.] 46
parts in I v. M.158.26

Contents. — i. Gerrish: Te Deum in Ab. 2. Jubilate in Ab. 3. Bene-
dic anima mea. 4. Still, still with Thee [s. a. t. b.]. — Lo! the seal
of death is breaking [s. A. T. B.]. — Bread of the world. 5. Christ our
Passover. 6. Warren: Te Deum in Bb. 7. Jubilate Deo. 8. Bene-
dicite omnia opera. — Benedictus Dominus Dcus. 9. Gerrish : Glory
to God in the highest. 10. Communion service in E flat. 11. Bur-
bank: Four Christmas carols. 12. Gerrish: Te Deum in D. 13.
Jubilate in D. 14. Davis: Five Gloria Patris. is. Gerrish: Te
Deum in C. 16. Benedictus in C. 17. The Lord is my shepherd. 18.
Day: I will praise God. 19. Gerrish: Five Christmas carols. 20.
Fire Easter carols. 501. Still, still with Thee [t. T. B. b.], — Lo,
the seal of death [t. t. b. b.]. 502. I will wash my hands in inno-
cency. 503. As the Orient. — The Lord is great. — Let Thy spirit.
— Gloria Tibi. 504. Remember now thy Creator. 505. When the
weary. — Through the night air stealing. 506. Russian air. — God
the omnipotent. — ■ Gerrish: Behold! how pleasant; Father! in Thy
mysterious presence. 507. Light, beautiful light. — Members of an
order. 508. Music for Order of the Red Cross. 509, Music for Order
of the Temple. 510. Hark! Hark! to the voices. 511. How shall we
raise our dead? — When spring unlocks. 512. Home, sweet home. —
In good old colony times. — Oft in the stilly night. 513. Let us meet
upon the level. — Rossini: From the world stealing. si4. Gerrish:
Te Deum in C. S'S- The Lord's prayer. — O Thou true God alone.
516. Immanuel. — In hoc signo vinces. 517. The eye that never
sleeps. — Everlasting, changing never. — Father, day by day. —
Gloria Tibi, Domine. 518. When the tribes were assembled. 319- The
shadows of the evening hours. — Eventide. — Russian vesper hymns.
520. Who enters here. — In memoriam. — So mote it be. 521. The
Lord is my Shepherd. — Father, whose hand. — Awake, my soul.
522. Jerusalem, the golden. — Hierusalem, my happie home. 523.
Now faintly glimmering. — Come and watch the daylight. — Now
from the Orient. 524. Before Thee, Lord. — Praise the Lord. 525.
Three hymns (Hark, hark, my soul; Lead, kindly light; Guide me,
O Thou great Jehovah). 526. Masonic chants.

Glory to God. Christmas anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
Boston. [1887.] No. 30 in M.158.16

God the Omnipotent; Behold how pleasant [arranged from
Sullivan]; Father! in Thy mysterious presence. [3 male
quartets. Accomp. for organ.] Boston. [1888.]

No. 6 in M.203.25

How shall we raise our dead? [Quartet for male voices.
Accomp. for organ.] Boston. [1890.] No. to in M.203.25

I will wash my hands in innocency. [Quartet, t. t. b, b.
Accomp. for organ.] Boston. [1886.] No. 3 in M.203.2S

Immanuel. In hoc signo vinces. [2 male quartets. Ac-
comp for orsan. ad lib.] Boston.. [iPoi .1

No. IS in M.203.2.S

Tubilate Deo, in A flat. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston.
[1885.] No. 26inM.1s8.16



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Jubilate Deo, in D. fAccomp. for organ.] Boston. fiSSg.!

No. .32 in M.158.16

Let us meet upon the level; From the world stealing, by
Rossini. \2 male o.uartets.l Boston. fiSoo.l

No. 12 in M.203.2S

Light, beautiful light; Members of an order. [2 male quar-
tets.! Boston. ri888.1 No. 7 in M.203.2S

The Lord is my Shepherd. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ. 1
Boston. [1890.1 No. ,35 in M.158.16

The Lord's Prayer. O Thou true God alone. \2 male quar-
tets. Accomp. for organ, ad lib.] Boston. [1800.!

No. 14 in M.203.25

Music for degree of Most Excellent Master. [.'^ male quar-
tets.] Boston. [180?.] No. 17 in M.203.25
Contents. — The Lord is my Shepherd, chant. — In clouds of radiant
light. — The temple all glorious.

Music for Order of Red Cross. \q short male quartets.]
Boston. [1889.] No. 8 in M.203.25

Music for Order of the Temple. fi.S short male quartets.]
Boston. [1889.] No. 9 in M.203.2S

Remember now thy Creator. [Quartet, t. t. b. b. Accomp.
for organ.] Boston. [1887.I No. 4 in M.203.2S

Ring evermore, ye blessed bells, (t. or s. solo with quartet
accomp. [t. T. B. B.].) God is our Refuge (short sentence
[t. T. T. B. B. B.]). Miserere nobis (unison chorus, organ
accomp.). Boston. [189.=;.] No. 19 in M.203.25

Spirit of truth (b. solo and quartet, T. T. B. B.). Our Father
in heaven [t. T. B. E.], by C. L. Kenyon. Hark! the song
of jubilee [t. T. B. B.], by W. H. Gerrish. [Accomp. for
organ.] Boston. [1895.] No. 18 in M.203.2S

Still, still with Thee [t. t. b. b.]. Boston. [1886.]

No. 2 in M.203.25

Still, still with Thee; Lo! the seal of death; Bread of the
world. [3 hymns for s. A. T. B., the last arranged from
Mendelssohn.] Boston. [1886.] No. 28 in M.158.16

Te Deum, in A flat. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. [188=;.]

No. 25; in M.158.16

Te Deum, in Bb. Accomp. for organ. Boston. White &
Goullaud. 1870. No. 17 in M.igo.3

Te Deum, in C. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 1880.

No. 33 in M.158.16

Te Deum, in C [for t. t. b. b. Accomp. for organ]. Boston.
[1800.] No. .qi4 in M.158.16; No. 11 in M.203.25

A different composition from the preceding.

Te Deum, in D. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. [1888.]

No. 31 in M.1S8.16

When the weary, seeking rest; Through the night air (Mise-
rere). [2 male quartets. Accomp. for organ.] Boston.
[1887.] No. 5 in M.203.25

Gerrish, William H., editor.

Three old songs, newly arranged [for T. T. b. B.]. Boston.
[1890.] No. II in M.203.25

Contents. — Home, sweet home. — In good old colony times. — Oft in
the stilly night.

Gersbach, Joseph.

Morgenlied [t. T. B. B.]. (/» Das Riitli. P. 308.)

No. 129 in M.147.4
Gersprenz. Cantata. For the Music see Wallnoefer. For the

Libretto see Scheffel.
Gerusalemme liberata. Opera. For the Music see Righini.
Gervaise. Ot>era. For the Music see Barbier, F. £. For the

Libretto see Lefebvre, H.
Gervinus, Georg Gottfried.

Handel und Shakespeare. Zur Asthetik der Tonkunst.
Leipzig. Engelmann. 1868. M.106.7

Gesaenge des Harfners. Schubert. F. P. Sammtliche Com-
positionen. M.244.i2;etc.

Gesang. Part-song. Doerrjen. No. 46 in M.213.9

Gesang, Der. Part-song. Haeser, C. No. 9 in M. 130.7; etc.

Gesang an die Deutschen. Part-song. Koch, C.

No. 13 in M.392.13



Gesang an die Harmonic. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke.



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