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and Sir Augustus Harris. Music by Gaston Serpette, and
J. M. Glover. No. 3 in M.389.43
Glover, John H. L.

Bonny May. Four-part song. London. Jefferys. [187-?]

No. 10 in M.121.3
Moonlight. Part-song. London. Jefferys. [187-?]

No. 6 in M.121.3
Glover, John William.

'The deserted village." Opera in 3 acts. Words by Gold-
smith. Music by J. W. Glover. Dramatic version by Ed-
mund Falconer [pseud. Accomp. for piano]. London.
Davison & Co. [1880.] M.256.40

St. Patrick at Tara. [Oratorio. Dublin. 1871?] Portrait.
Plate. M.153.18

Second mass and sacred collection. [Accomp. for organ.]

Dublin. Glover & Co. [187-?] No. 2 in M.191.9

Besides the mass there are Responses, Tantum ergo, O Salutaris, Salve
Sancta Parens, and Veni Sancte Spiritus.

Glover, John William, editor.

Moore, T. Irish melodies. M.122.42

Glover, Stephen.

Beauty and the beast. A chamber opera. Versified by W.

F. Vandervell. Melodized by Stephen Glover. [For one

r. Accomp. for piano.] London. Jefferys.



Trio for female voices.



No. I in M.391.43

London. Jefferys..

No. 29 in M.121.3



voice, s. or t.
[186-?]

We meet again.
[187-?]
Glover, William.

The corsair, a cantata; the words selected (from Byron's
works), the music by W. Glover. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Cocks & Co. [1856.] M. 155.11

Emmanuel, an oratorio. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon-
don. Addison & Co. [1851.] M.241.32

Jerusalem, an oratorio. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon-
don. Addison & Co. [1848.] M.241.31

The memoirs of a Cambridge chorister. London. Hurst &
Blackett. 1885. 2 v. M.126.32

Glover, William Howard.

Palomita; or, the veiled songstress. An operetta in i act.
Words and music by Howard Glover. [Accomp. for
piano.] Boston. Ditson & Co. 1875. No. 2 in M.326.41

Tam O'Shanter. A characteristic cantata for a tenor voice,
chorus & full orchestra. Full score. Poetry by Robert
Burns. Music by Howard Glover. London. Chappell
& Co. [1855.] M.226.4

Same. [Piano score.] No. 2 in M.391.42

We have wander'd through the gardens. Part-song. For 8

voices only [sopranos and contraltos. London. 186-?

Boosey's Part-song miscellany]. No. 80 in M.IS7.S.2

Glow-worm, The. Part-song. Smart, H. No. 24 in M.244.10.3

Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von.

Ah! no, son io. Scena ed aria [s.] con accomp. d'orchestra.
Partitura. Manuscript. [181-?] 2 v. in i.
Two copies by different hands. No. 6, 7 in M.12O.16



Gluck



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Gluck



Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von. (Continued.)

Airs de ballet disposes en suite d'orchestre. Suite i, 2.

[Partition.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?]

2 parts in i v. [Gevaert. Danses celebres.]

No. I, 2 in M.343.48
Alceste. Tragedie opera en 3 actes [de Durollet. Musique

de] Gluck. [Partition.] Paris. Des Lauriers. [1776?]

M.282.2
Same. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Launer. 184-?]

M.36S.1
Same. [Ouverture.] Grande partition. Berlin. Schlesinger.

[184-?] No. 5 in M.346.28

Same. Ouverture zu Alceste. Mit Vortragsbezeichnungen

u. einem Schluss versehen von Felix Weingartner. Parti-

tur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1898. No. 3 in M.403.39
Amid the din of the war-trumpet. Chorus. (In Hullah.

Part music. Secular. Vol. 2, pp. 86-88.) No. 2 in M.157.28.2
L'arbre enchante. Opera comique en i acte par Vade. Mis

en musique par Gluck. [Partition.] Manuscript. N. d.

Prefixed is a printed title-page of the original edition. M.282.5

Armide. Drame heroique [de Quinault]. Mis en musique

par M. le Chef Gluck. [Partition.] Paris. Des Lauriers.

[1777.] M.224.29

Same. Pour piano et chant. Launer. [184-?] M.36S.5

Same. [Ouverture.] Grande partition. Berlin. Schlesin-
ger. [184-?] No. 2 in M.346.28
Same. Armida. A grand opera in S actes by Gluck, with

the original French words [by Quinault], and an English

paraphrase by Henry F. Chorley, edited by Charles Halle.

[Accorap. for pianoforte.] London. Chappell & Co.

[184-?] M.272.41

Armide, vous m'allez quitter? Duo [s. t. Accomp. de

piano]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, pp. 69-78.)

No. 4 in M. 157.40

Ballet-Musik (Aria per gli atleti, Chaconne und Gavotte)
aus Paris und Helena. Herausgegeben von Carl Reinecke.
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1877?]

No. 3 in M.332.19

Ballet-Suite. Balletstiicke aus Opern von Chr. W. Gluck
fiir Orchester frei bearbeitet von Felix Mottl. [Partitur.]
Leipzig. Peters. [188-?] No. 4 in M.403.39

Contents, — Don Juan : Introduction. — Iphigenie in Aulis : Air gai.

— Iphigenie in Aulis : Lento. — Orpheus : Reigen seliger Geister.

— Armide : Musette. — Iphigenie in Aulis : Air gai. — • Armide :
Sicilienne.

Ballet-Suite. Balletstiicke aus Opern von Chr. W. Gluck,
fiir Orchester frei bearbeitet von Felix Mottl. [Partitur.]
Leipzig. Peters. [189-?] No. I in M.410.32

Contents, — Alceste: Marsch. — Iphigenie in Aulis: Menuet. — Paris
und Helena : Grazioso. — Iphigenie in Aulis : Sclaventanz.

Der betrogene Kadi. Komische Oper in i Acte [von Le-
monnier]. Textlich bearbeitet von Fritz Krastl. Musi-
kalisch bearbeitet von L N. Fuchs. Vollstandiger Clavier-
auszug. Leipzig. Senff. [1881.] No. 2 in M. 256.41

Cythere assiegee. Opera ballet en 3 actes. Mis en musique
par Gluck. Poeme de M. Favart. [Partition.] Paris.
Bureau d'abonnement musical. [i775?] M.282.4

De profundis. Ouvrage posthume. [Partition.] Paris.
Conservatoire de musique. [180-?] No. 2 in M.222.49

Also to be found, with accomp. for organ, in Latrobe's Selection of
sacred music.

Diane impitoyable. Air [b. Accomp. de piano]. (In Biblio-
theque musica'e. Serie 2, tome i, pp. 111-116.)

No. 15 in M.193.21.1

Don Juan. Ballet. Vollstandiger Klavierauszug von Frie-
drich Wollank. Berlin. Trautwein. [18.3-?]

No. 3 in M. 350.4

ficho et Narcisse. Drame lyrique en 3 actes, avec un pro-
logue par M. le Baron de T[schudi]. Mis en musique par
M. le Chef Gluck. [Partition.] Paris. Des Lauriers.
[1779.] M.224.28

Same. Pour piano et chant. Launer. [184-?] M.365.2



Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von. (Continued,)

Same. Drame lyrique en trois actes avec un prologue. Mu-
sique de Gluck. Poeme du Baron de Tschudi. Texte alle-
mand de Theobald Rehbaum. Texte italien de Pietro
Floridia. Publie par F. Pelletan, C. Saint Saens et Julien
Tiersot avec le concours de M. fidouard Barre. [Parti-
tion.] Paris. Durand. [1902.] M.402a.i3
How glad with smiles the vernal morn. Chorus. (In Hul-
lah. Part music. Secular. Vol. I, pp. 88, 89.)

No. 24 in M.1S7.28.1

Thr, die das Land des wilden Volkes schiitzet. Arie [bar.,

mit Pianofortebegleitung]. (In Arien-Album. Band i,

pp. .=;i-'^.^) No. 4 in M.204.37

From Iphigenie auf Tauris.

Ihr, die ihr mich verfolgt. Arie [bar. mit Pianofortebeglei-
tung]. (In Arien-Album. Band i, pp. 47-50.)
From Iphigenie auf Tauris. No. 4 in M. 204. 37

Iphigenie en Aulide. Tragedie opera en 3 actes [de Durol-
let]. Dedies au roi par le Chevalier Gluck. [Partition.]
Paris. Bureau d'abonnement musical. [1774.I M.282.1

Same. Pour piano et chant. Launer. [184-?] M.365.4

Same. [Ouverture.] Fin de Mozart. Grande partition. Ber-
lin. Schlesinger. [184-?] No. 3 in M.346.28

Same. Ouverture. [Partition instrumentee par F. Halevy.]
(In Deldevez. Fondation de I'opera en France. Pp. 81-
117. Paris. [1859.I) No. 20inM.3s6.11

Same. (Que d'attraits.) Chceur [a 4 voix]. Arrange pour
rOrpheon de la ville de Paris, par Frangois Bazin. (In
Soirees orpheoniques. Pp. 138-140.) No. 2 in M. 157.8

Same. Ifigenia in Aulide. Overtura. [Partitura.] Firenze.
Guidi. 1878. [Biblioteca del sinfonista.l No. 6 in M.355.8

Same. Iphigenia in Aulis . . . Nach Richard Wagner's
Bearbeitung. Hieraus einzeln: Ouverture. Partitur.
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1889?] No. 4 in M.332.19

Iphigenie en Tauride. Tragedie en 4 actes. Musique de
Gluck. Poeme de Guillard. Texte allemand de P. Corne-
lius. Texte italien de G. Zaffira. [Partition.] Publiee
par F. Pelletan et B. Damcke. Paris. Richault. [1874.]
Facsimile. M.224.3S

Letters. (In Nohl. Letters of distinguished musicians.
Pp. 1-48. London. 1867.) M.101.5

Lettres de Gluck et de Weber. Publiees par M. L. Nohl.
Traduites par Guy de Charnace. Paris. Plon. 1870. 2
portraits. M.127.32

Lovely is nature's work. Song [s. Accomp. for pianoforte].
(In Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3[,
pp. 29, 30.) No. IS in M.iii.4.3

Maker of all! Air [a. or bar. Accomp. for piano]. (In
Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. Q3-95.)

No. 34 in M.290.22.1

Mater divina; gratis, s. solo and quartette. Arranged by

V. Novello. [Accomp. for organ. London. Novello.

183-?] No. 16 in M.260.I0.5

Also to be found in Novello's Motetts.

Miserere mei. Motett for 4 voices & chorus. [Accomp. for
organ.] (In Novello. Evening service. Vol. 2, pp. 197-
200.) M.260.23.2

Non vi turbato, no. Aria [s. or t. Accomp. for pianoforte].
(In Musical library. Vol. i, pp. 160, 161.)

No. 70 in M.235.18.1

Orphee. Musique de Gluck. Opera complet. Partition de
piano et chant. Paroles franqaises [de Moline. Paris.]
Launer. [184-?] M.365.3

Same. Orfeo e Eurydice. [Ouverture.] Grande partition.
Berlin. Schlesinger. [184-?] No. 4 in M.346.28

Same. Orpheus. A grand opera in 4 acts, by Gluck, with
the original French words [by Moline], and an English
paraphrase by H. F. Chorley, edited by Charles Halle.
[Accomp. for piano.] London. Chappell & Co. [i8s-?]

M.272.40

Same. Orpheus und Eurydice. Oper in 3 Acten. i\Iusik
von Chr. W. von Gluck. Neue Ausgabe von Alfred Dorf-



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Gnaedig



Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von. (Continued.)

fel. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Heinze. 1866. Plate. Fac-
similes. . ^ ^ M.282.3
Contains the original words of Calzabigi with French and German
translations.

Paris und Helena. Oper von Chr. Gluck. fMit deutschem
und italienischem Texte von Calzabigi. Clavierauszug.]
Leipzig. Peters. [187-? Opern im Clavierauszuge mit
Text] M.365.6

Same. Ouverture aus der Oper: Paris und Helena . . .
bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Hans von Biilow. Or-
chesterpartitur. Leipzig. Peters. [186-?]

No. 6 in M.346.28
Die Pilgrime von Mekka. See his La rencontre imprevue.
Pour prix du sang. Glee. (In Bland. The Ladies' collec-
tion. Vol. I, p. 7.) No. 9 in M.235.17.1
Prolog, fur Sopran-Solo, Chor und Orchester, componirt
von Christoph W. Gluck. [Text von Lorenzo Ottavio
Del Rosso. Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel.
fiSgi.l M.224.36
La rencontre imprevue, ou les pelerins de La Mecque.
Opera-comique. Poeme de Dancourt (1764). Musique du
Chevalier Gluck. Partition piano et chant, reduite par J.
B. Wekelin. Paris. Legouix. [188-?] Portrait.

No. I in 11.256.41
Same. [Die Pilgrime von Mekka. Singspiel in 3 Akten.
Text, tJbersetzung von Dancourt's Rencontre imprevue.
Musik von Gluck. Partitur.] Manuscript. [179-?]

M.320.18

Se mai senti spirarti. Aria [s.] con accomp. d'orchestra.

Partitura. Manuscript. [181-?] No. 8 in M. 120.16

Sing loud a joyful strain. Chorus. (In Hullah. Part music.

Secular. Vol. i, pp. 138-141. London. [*842.])

No. 36 in M.157.28.1
Tantum ergo. Quartett & chorus. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Novello. Motetts. Vol. 2, book 10, pp. 21-23.)

N. 33 in M.260.24; No. IS in M.260.10.6
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von. Works about.

Balleyguier, D. L'Alceste de Gluck. Notice historique

(1776-1861). Paris. [1861.] No. 4 in M.197.3

Bareedette, H. Gluck: sa vie, son systeme et ses oeuvres.

Paris. 1882. Portrait. M.206.1

Coqueau, C. p. Entretiens sur I'etat actuel de I'opera de

Paris. [Anon.] Amsterdam. 1779. M.373.39

Suite des Entretiens sur I'etat actuel de I'opera de

Paris, ou lettres a M. S . . . [Suard], auteur de I'extrait
de cet ouvrage dans le Mercure. [Anon. Paris? 180-?]

No. I in M.372.21
Desnoiresterres, G. Le B. La musique frangaise au
XVIII^ siecle. Gluck et Piccinni. 1774-1800. 2e edition.
Paris. 1875. M.129.31

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

Marx, A. B. Gluck und die Oper. Berlin. 1863. 2 v. Por-
trait. M.132.15
Memoires pour servir a I'histoire de la revolution operee
dans la musique par le Chevalier Gluck. [Rediges par
Lebland de Roullet, Laurent, Marmontel, Boyer, Suard,
Arnaud, Condorcet et autres.] Paris. 1781. Portrait.

M.146.19

Miel, E. F. a. M. Notice sur Christophe Gluck. Paris.

1840. No. 3 in M.197.3

Neumann, W. Christoph Willibald Gluck. Eine Biographic.

Cassel. 1855. Portrait. No. 2 in M.205.18

Reissmann, a. Christoph Willibald von Gluck. Sein Leben

und seine Werke. Berlin, 1882. Portrait. M. 149.10

ScHMiD, A. Christoph Willibald Ritter von Gluck. Dessen

Leben und tonkiinstlerisches Wirken. Leipzig. 1854.

Facsimile. M.136.5

ViLLARS, F. DE. Les Iphigenie de Gluck. Paris. 1868.

M.i4i.3a



Gluck, and the white rose of Vienna. Fiction. De La Tour.

M.102.11
Gluckritter, Der. Opera. For the Music see Czibulka. For

the Libretto see Genee.
Glueck, August.
Albert Becker, grosse Messe in B moll. Op. 16. Erlautert.
Leipzig. Seemann. [1902? Der Musikfiihrer.]

No. 6 in M.217.12.8
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Symphonic No. 3, A-moll,
Op. s6. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. Bechhold. [1897.
Der Musikfiihrer.] No. 6 in M.217.12.3

Joh. Seb. Bach, Weihnachts-Oratorium. Erlautert. Leip-
zig. Seemann. [1899? Der Musikfiihrer.]

No. 5 in M.217.12.8
Max Bruch, Frithjof. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. Bech-
hold. [1898. Der Musikfiihrer.] No. 6 in M.217.12.4
W. A. Mozart, G-moll-Symphonie: Aus dem Jahre 1788.
Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. Bechhold. [1894. Der Mu-
sikfiihrer.] No.8inM.2i7.i2.i
Glueck, Friedrich.

Das zerbrochene Ringlein. [Miinnerchor.] (In Gruber.

Sangeshort. Heft 4, p. 52.) No. 3 in M.370.30

Glueck, Das. Duet. Schumann, R. A. Lieder fiir die Jugend.

Abtheilung 3. No. 4 in M.244.15.3

Glueck, Das. Song. Schum.\nn, R. A. Werke. Serie 13,

Band 3. M.316.1.13.3

Glueck auf, mein Deutschland. Song. Abt, F. Vier Lieder.

No. 10 in M.192.2
Glueck, Das, der Freundschaft. Song. Beethoven. Werke.
Serie 23. M.413.1.23

Glueck, Das, der Liebe. Part-song. Seyfried, I. X.

No. 34 in M.213.9

Glueck der Liebe. Songs. Taubert, C. G. W. No. 33 in M.192.8

Glueck, Glueck zum neuen Jahr. Canon. Beethoven. Werke.

Serie 23. M.413.1.23

Glueck und Leid. Fart-song. George V., of Hanover. Sechs

Gedichte. No. 5 in M.iss.17

Glueck, Das, von Edenhall. Cantata. For the Music see

Schumann, R. A. For the Libretto see Hasenclever, R.

Glueck zum neuen Jahr. Canon. Beethoven. Werke. Serie

23. M.413.1.23

Glueckes genug. Song. Strauss, R. Sechs Lieder.

No. 21 in M.380.24.2

Glueckliche, Der. Fart-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J.

L. F. Werke. Serie 16. M.413.3.16

Schoen, E. von. No. 18 in M.392.42.4

Glueckliche Lage. Fart-song. Rochlitz. No. 93 in M.213.9

Glueckliche Lieb'. Fart-song. Kaselitz. No. 2 in M.370.30

Glueckseligkeitsinsel, Die. Fart-song. Loewe, J. C. G. 6 Ge-

sange. No. i in M.392.17

Gluecksritter, Der. Fart-song. Schoen, E. von.

No. 40 in M.392.7
Gluecksritter. Symphonic poem. Schultze-Biesantz. Sym-
phonische Tongedichte. M.410.55

Glueckwunsch. Trio. Bruch. Sieben kleine Gesange.

No. 8 in M.204.7
Gluemer, Claire von.

Erinnerungen an Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient. Leipzig.
Barth. 1862. Portrait. Facsimile. M.109.28

Gluth, Viktor.

Horand und Hilde. Oper in drei Aufzugen und einem Vor-
spiel (nach Rudolf Baumbach's gleichnamiger Dichtung)
von Viktor Gluth. Clavierauszug mit Text. Miinchen.
Lischer. [189-?] M.399.23

Glychau Aberdyfi. The bells of Aberdovey. [Welsh air. Arr.
for I voice, also] Harmonized for 4 voices. (In Thomas.
Welsh melodies. Vol. i, pp. 99-101.) No. 11 in M.235.6.1
Glyn, Margaret H., translator.

Wagner, W. R. Parsifal. M.4i2a.l3

Gnaedig und barmherzig ist der Herr. Motet. Dornheckter.

Zwei Motetten. No. 17 in M.1S8.22



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God



I



Gnecchi, Vittorio.

Virtii d'amore. Azione pastorale. Parole di M. R. Musica
di Vittorio Gnecchi. Riduzione per canto e pianoforte.
Milano. Ricordi & c. 1896. M.396.50

Gnecco, Francesco.

[La prova d'un opera seria. Opera in 2 atti. Parole e musica

del Mo. Gnecco. Partitura.l Manuscript. [Milano?

180-?] M.340.20

[Gnome-king, The!] Opera. For the Music see Bishop, H. R.

For the Libretto see Colman, G., the Younger.
Gnomen, Die. Song. Righini. Zwolf deutsche Lieder.

No. 27 in M. 221.33

Gnomentanz. For orchestra. Hartog. No. 3 n M.336.11

Henriques, R. Aquarellen. No. I in M.40S.20

Go bang. Opera. For the Music see Carr, F. O. For the

Libretto see Ropes.
Go, banish thy sorrow. Catch [for 3 voices]. (/;» Amusement

for the ladies. Vol. 4, p. 98.) No. 27 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in dementi's Collection of catches ; Warren's Vocal
harmony.

Go, crystal tears. Part-song. Dowland, J. First set of songs.

No. 2 in M.234.21
Go, Damon, go. Part-song.

Brewer, T. No. 28 in M.141.21.2; etc.

Paxton, S. No. 22 in M.220.3.4; etc.

Go forth to the mount. Anthem. Stevenson, J. A.

No. 5 in M.221.22.3

Go, gentle breezes. Catch. 3 voices. {In Bland. The Ladies'

collection. Vol. I, p. 18.) No. 28 in M.235.17.1

Also to be found in Flowers of harmony; Social harmony.

Go, gentle gales. Glee. Howard, S. No. isoin M.235.17.S; etc.
Go, gentle gales. Song. Jackson, W., of E.vefer.

No. 46 in M.235.18.2
Go, happy heart. Part-song. Horsley, W. No. 50 in M.235.18.2
Go, happy shade. Glee. Wellesley, G. C. Glees and madri-
gals. No. 6 in M.236.23
Go, happy soul. Glee. Hudson, R. No. 19 in M.235.17.3; etc.
Go, idle boy. Glee. Callcott, J. W. No. 49 in M.220.3.4; etc.
Go, lovely rose. Glee. Denman. No. 21 in M.235.11
Go, lovely rose. Song. Attwood, T. No. 30 in M.235.18.2
Balfe. No. II in M.192.9.1
Go, musing traveller. Glee. Linley, W. Eight glees. M.23S.3
Go not far from me, O God. Motet. Zingarelli.

No. 41 in M.157.28.1
Go, perjur'd man. Song. Blow. No. 22 in M.141.21.2; etc.

Go, plaintive breeze. Glee. Callcott, J. W. Collection of
glees. Vol. 3. No. IS in M.234.1.3

Go, plaintive sounds. Glee. Webbe, S. No. 55 in M.23S.17.3

Go, pretty birds. Part-song. Macfarren, W. C.

No. 10 in M.195.1.9

Go, seek some virgin heart. Quartet. Bishop, H. R. Complete

collection of glees. Vol. 3. M.235.1.3

Go, speed thy flight. Part-song. Otto, F. No. 32 in M.205.10.4

Go then, fond heart. Glee. Spofforth. Collection of glees.

No. 35 in M.235.15
Go, thou gentle whisp'ring wind. Glee. Atterbury.

No. 259 in M.10.1.4; etc.
Go to Joan Glover. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In Social har-
mony. P. 206.) No. 240 in M.215.21
Go to my Anna's breast. Glee. Danby. No. 135 in M.235.17.5
Go to the ant, thou sluggard. Canon [3 in i]. (/« Vocal har-
monist's magazine. Vol. i, p. 21.) No. 4 in M.220.5
Go, tuneful bird. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. Oxford. Hardy. [18 — ?1

No. 15 in M.23S.I4

Go. tuneful bird. Glee. Crotch. No. 39 in m. 235. 14; etc.

Hook, J. No. 92 in M.220.9.3

Go, wander through the world. Song. Gounod. Ten popular

songs. No. I in M.157.10

Go, when the morning shineth. Part-song. Lahee.

No. 5 in M.1S8.23

Go where glory waits thee. (Irish melody.) Harmonized for

4 voices. (In Warren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol.

3, pp. 187, 188.) No. 66 in M.157.6.3



Go where glory waits thee. Part-song. Terschak. Zwei Ge-

dichte. No. 27 in M.392.26

Go, whispering wind. Romance. Linley, G. Songs. Vol. i.

No. 2 in M.235.19.1

Go ye my canzonets. Duet. Morley. No. 81 in M.235.17.1; etc.

Go, you may call it madness. Glee. Spofforth. Collection of

glees. No. 4 in M.23S.15

Goate, W. Bloomfield.

Meet me when the stars are bright [t. t. b. b.]. New York.
Molineux. [1883.] No. 22 in M.392.10

Gobati, Stefano.

I Goti. Tragedia lirica in 4 atti di S. Interdonato. Musica
del Mo. S. Gobati. Canto e pianoforte. Milano. Lucca.
[1874.] Portrait. M.282.6

Luce. Dramma lirico in 5 atti di Stefano Interdonato. Posto
in musica di Stefano Gobatti. Canto con accompto di
pianoforte. Milano. Ricordi & c. [1875.] M.383.19

Gobbaerts, Jean Louis.

Antoinette au Coeur d'or. Operette en i acte. Paroles de
Edouard Carolus. Musique de L. Gobbaerts. [Partition
piano et chant.] Bruxelles. Schott. [i88-?l

No. 4 in M. 256.12

Le secret d'Antonine. Operette en i acte. Pour les maisons

d'education. Paroles de Clement Michaels. Musique de

L. Streabbog [pseud. Partition chant et piano]. Bruxelles.

Schott. [187-?] No. 4 in M.322.9

God above. Anthem. Nimmuc. No. 4 in M.290.9.1

God and our country. Part-song. Maehllig.

No. 23 in M.20S.10.7
God be merciful. Anthem. Astorga. No. 34 in M.iii.4.2

Bassford. No. 6 in M.203.26

Mann, A. H. No. 23 in M.195.2.16

Perez, D. No. 3 in M.233.18.2

Rossini. No. 33 in M.ioo.4.2

Sabadini. No. 9 in M.290.29.2

Smart, G. T. A collection of sacred music. M.233.19

Thomas, J. R. No. 7 in M.290.6

Wesley, S. S. No. 23 in M.195.2.2

God be merciful unto us. Anthem.

Lloyd, C. F. No. 5 in M.195.2.12

Tours. No. 15 in M.190.8

God came from Teman. Anthem. Stegg.'Vll.

No. 7 in M.195.2.5; etc.
God hath appointed a day. Anthem. Tours. No. 14 in M. 158.20
God in nature. Part-song. Schubert, F. P.

No. IS in M.204.36.1; etc.

God is a spirit. Anthem. Bennett, W. S. No. 44 in M. 100.4.2

Blodgett. Anthems, responses and hymns. No. 4 in M.203.9

God is gone up. Anthem. Croft. No. 9 in M.233.23.3; etc.

Gibbons, O. . No. 3 in M.233.23.3

Gilbert, W. B. No. 18 in M.233.24.1

Hopkins, E. J. No. 4 in M.190.4

God is love. Anthem. Buffinton. Four hymns. No. 8 in M. 190.2

God is love. Cantata. For the Music see Robinson, F. A.

God is our hope. Anthem.

Greene, N. No. 4 in M.236.30.3; etc.

JoMMELLi. No. 10 in M.233.18.2

Nares. Twenty anthems. No. 13 in M.236.33

Pring, J. C. No. 13 in M.23S.17.3

God is our hope and strength. Anthem.

Blow. No. 16 in M.233.23.3

Stanford. No. 3 in M.204.1

God is our refuge. Anthem. Aspinwall. No. 7 in M.234.6

Hiles, H. No. 3 in M.19S.2.5

Mozart. Werke. Serie 3. M.315.1.3

Such. No. 2 in M.204.1

God is our refuge. Cantata. For the Music see Buck, D.

God is our refuge and strength. Anthem. Foote.

No. 14 in M.195.2.16
God is our refuge and strength. Cantata. For the Music see
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God morgon. Song. Kjerulf. Sanger och Visor. Band 2.

M.158.47
God, my King. Anthem. Bach, J. S. No. 22 in M.175.1.3

God my strength. Anthem. Graun. No. 27 in M.zgo.ag.z

Hauptmann, M. No. 18 in M.100.4.1; etc.

God natt. Song. Kjerulf. Sanger och Visor. Band 2. M.158.47
God, The, of Abraham praise. Motet. Buck, D.

No. I in M. 100.4.2
God of evening. Anthem. Mine. No. 2 in M.290.9.1

God of Israel. Anthem. Mine. No. i in M.2go.g.i

God of mercy. Anthem. MiNfi. No. 5 in M. 290.9.1

God rules alone. Part-song. Raff. No. 13 in M.20S.10.7

God said, behold I have given you. Anthem. Macfarren,
G. A. No. 8 in M.157.29; etc.

God save King William. National song. Linley, G.

No. I in M.235.16

[God save the Emperor.] Russian hymn. \s. a. t. b. Accomp.

for organ.] (In Gounod. The Royal Albert Hall choral

music. Vol. .•?, pp. 4I-4.S.) M.384.28

God save the King. [Arranged for 2 voices, s. b.] (/m Flowers

of harmony. Vol. i, p. I.) No. i in M.157.18.1

Same. [For 4 voices.] (In The Apollo. Vol. i, pp. 2, 3.)

No. 3 in M. 1393.18.1
Also to tbe found in The Harmonist; Hullah*s Part music. Sacred;
Musical times [Music] ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

Same. [s. a. t. b. With accomp. for organ.] (In Gounod.
The Royal Albert Hall choral music. Vol. 3, pp. 56-59.)

M.384.28
Same. Arranged for 4 voices. By S. Nelson. (In Warren.
Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. i, pp. 121-124.")

No. 31 in M.1S7.6.I
Same. Harmonized for 4 voices by Vincent Novello. Lon-
don. Novello. [184-?] No. .56 in M.158.18
Same. Round [for 6 voices]. (In Social harmony. P. 65.)

No. 55 in M.215.21
Same. Song [s. a. b.]. (In Apollonian harmony. Vol. I,

p. 60.) No. 55 in M.141.21.1

Also to be found in Social harmony.

Same. [Solo and chorus.] (hi The Choralist. Vol. i, series

2, pp. 5 1-S4) No. 24 in M.157.S.1

God save the King! Song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 24.

M.413.1.24

God save the King. Works about.

Clark, R. An account of the national anthem. London.

1822. M.IS2.4

God save the Queen. See God save the King.
God shall crown thy work. Anthem. Bailey, E. H.

No. 10, II in M.1S8.13
God so loved the world. Anthem. Blodgett. Anthems, re-
sponses and hymns. No. 4 in M.203.9
Goss. No. .30 in M.234.6
TucKERMAN, S. P. Six short anthems. No. 2 in M. 154.19



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