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God speed the plough. Part-song. Richter, E. H. L.

No. 32 in M.157.4
God that madest earth and heaven. Anthem. Attwood.

No. 21 in M.2go.22.2
God the Omnipotent. Anthem. Gerrish. No. 6 in M.203.2S

God, Thou art great. Cantata. For the Music see Spohr, L.

For the Libretto see Rohdmann.
God, vyho as at this time. Anthem. Fowle. [Fifteen short
anthems.l M.290.26

God who commanded the light. Anthem. Hopkins, E. J.

No. 9 in M. 190.4
God's glory in nature. Part-song. Beethoven.

No. 3 in M.203.11
God's time is the best. Cantata. Bach, J. S.

No. 4 in M.i54.ig; etc.
Godard, Amedee.

Les bijoux de Jeannette. Opera comique en i acte. Pa-
roles de Marc Constantin. Musique de Amedee Godard.
Partition piano et chant. Paris. Labbe. [1878.]

No. I in M.266.1
486



Godard, Amedee. (Continued.)

La legende du Magyar. Opera comique en 3 actes. Paroles
de Maxime Boucheron. Musique de Amedee Godard.
Partition chant et piano. Paris. Schott. [1888.] M.303.3

Godard, Benjamin Louis Paul.

Ballet d'autrefois. (Old world ballet.) Petite scene a deux
personnages: un jeune marquis, soprano travesti ou
tenor; une danseuse . . . (fipoque Louis XV.) Poeme de
Georges Boyer, translated by M. C. Gillington (Mrs. G. F.
Byron). Musique de Benjamin Godard. Op. 144. Lon-
don. Williams. [1898.] No. 2 in M.384.20
In French and English.

Bresilienne. [Danses pour orchestre. Op. 51. Partition.
Paris. Grus. 187-?] No. 8 in M.332.21

Concerto romantique pour violon. Op. 35. Partition d'or-
chestre. Paris. Heugel & cie. [188^?] No. i in M.405.17

Dante. Opera en 4 actes de fidouard Blau. Musique de
Benjamin Godard. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Chou-
dens. [1890.] M.266.4

Diane. Poeme antique. Paroles de E. Guinand. Musique
de Benjamin Godard. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris.
Grus. [189-?] No. I in M.256.43

En plein air. Suite de cinq morceaux pour violon avec ac-
comp. d'orchestre. Op. 145. [Partition.] Berlin. Sim-
rock. 1893. 5 parts in i v. No. 3-7 in M.338.8
Contents. — I. A I'ombre. 2. Sous la charmille. 3. En regardant le ciel.
4. Danse rustique. 5. La fee du hallier.

[Gavotte. Op. 16. Partition d'orchestre.] Paris. Durand,
Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] No. 4 in M.405.18

There is no title-page.

Les Guelfes. Opera en cinq actes de Louis Gallet. Mu-
sique de Benjamin Godard. [Partition chant et piano.]
Paris. Grus. 1898. M.381.17

Jeanne d'Arc. Drame historique en 5 actes avec prologue
et epilogue. Paroles de Joseph Fabre. Musique de Ben-
jamin Godard. Op. 125. Partition piano et chant. Paris.
Dupont. [1891.] No. 2 in M.256.43

Jocelyn. Opera en 4 actes, tire du poeme de Lamartine par
Armand Silvestre et Victor Capoul. Musique de Benja-
min Godard. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens.
[1888.] M.266.S

Kermesse. [Danses pour orchestre. Op. 51. Partition.
Paris. Grus. 187-?] No. 7 in M.332.2r

Legende & scherzo pour violon et piano. Op. 3. [Parti-
tion.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?]

No. 6 in M.406.6

Pedro de Zaiamea. Opera en 4 actes. Poeme de Leonce
Detroyat et Armand Silvestre. Musique de Benjamin
Godard. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Hamelle.
[1884.] M.256.42

Quatuor (en sol mineur). Pour deux violons, alto & violon-
celle. Op. 33. [Partition.] Manuscript. [1890.]

No. I in M.338.12

Score made by A. A. Brown.

Scenes ecossaises. Op. 138. [Partition d'orchestre.] Paris.
Hamelle. [189-?] 3 parts in I v. No. 3 in M.403.4S

Contents. — :. Legende pastorale. 2. S^rinade a Mabel. 3. Marche des
Highlanders.

Scenes italiennes. Op. 126. Partition d'orchestre. Paris.
Durand. [189-?] 3 v. in i. No. 1-3 in M.40S.18

Contents. — I. Serenade florentine. 2. Sicilienne. 3. Tarentelle.

Scenes poetiques. Op. 46. Partition d'orchestre. Berlin.
Bote & Bock. [188-?] No. i in M.343.4I

Contents. — Dans les bois. — Dans les champs. — Sur la montagne. —
Au village.

Solitude. Op. 27. [Pour orchestre. Partition.] Paris.

Schoenewerk & cie. [186-?] No. 2 in M.405.17

Suite de danses anciennes et modernes. Op. 103. Partition.

_ Paris. Maquet & c'e. [188-?] 6 parts in i v. M.405.19

Symphonic gothique pour orchestre. Op. 23. Partition.

Mayence. Schott. [1885?] No. 5 in M.332.21

Symphonie legendaire, en 3 parties, pour orchestre avec soli

soprano, contralto, baryton et choeurs de femmes. [Pa-



Godard



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Goerner



Godard, Benjamin Louis Paul. (Continued.)

roles de Grandmougin, Souvestre, Godard . . . Musique
de] Benjamin Godard. Partition chant et piano. Paris.
Choudens. [1886.] M.266.2

Symphonie-orientale pour orchestre. Partie 1-4. Op. 84.
Partition. Berlin. Fiirstner. [1884?] 4 parts in i v.

No. 1-4 in M.332.21
Contents. — i. Les elephants. 2. Chinoiserie. 3. Sara la baigneuse. 4.
Le reve de la Nikia.

Le Tasse. Symphonic dramatique. Poeme de Charles
Grandmougin. Musique de Benjamin Godard. [Partition
piano et chant.] Paris. Hartmann. [1878.] M.266.3

Same. Danse des Bohemiens. Partition d'orchestre. Paris.
Hartmann. [1878.] No. 6 in M.332.21

Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle. Op. 32. [Partition.]
Paris. Hartmann. [1872?] No. 8 in M.211.3.2

Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v.

No. 19 in M.211.4.1, 2

La vivandiere. Opera-comique en 3 actes de Henri Cain.
Musique de Benjamin Godard. Partition chant et piano.
Paris. Choudens. 1895. M.303.2

Same. The vivandiere. Opera comique in 3 acts. The

French words by Henri Cain, English translation by

George Whyte. Music by Benjamin Godard. Vocal score.

London. Ascherberg & Co. 1896. M.245.5

Godard, Benjamin Louis Paul, editor,

ViEUXTEMPS. Saltarelle. No. 3 in M.343.40

Godard, Benjamin Louis Paul. J'Vorks about.

RiEMENSCHNEiDER, G. Benjamin Godard, „Scenes poe-
tiques." Suite fiir Orchester, Op. 46. Erlautert. Leipzig.
[1902.] No. 16 in M.217.12.9

Goddard, Joseph.

Musical development; or, remarks on the spirit of the prin-
cipal musical forms. London. Murby. [1867.] M. 149.28

The philosophy of music. A series of essays. London.
Boosey. 1862. M.118.23

A study of Gounod's sacred trilogy, the Redemption. Lon-
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1883.] No. 8 in M.116.7
Goddard, Julia.

English requiem. Music by T. Anderton. No. i in M.154.15

The golden harvest. A pastoral cantata. The music by J. G.
Callcott. No. I in M.154.43

Yule-tide. A cantata. The music by T. Anderton.

No. 4 in 11.154.15
Godefroid, Dieudonne Joseph Guillaume Felix.

A deux pas du bonheur. Proverbe lyrique de salon en i
acte. Paroles de M"": Roger de Beauvoir [pseud]. Mu-
sique de Felix Godefroid. [Partition chant et piano.]
Paris. Heugel & cie. [186-?] No. i in M.368.31

La fille de Saul. Opera en 5 actes. Partition piano et chant.
Paris. L'auteur. [1883.] M.266.7

La harpe d'or. Opera-legende en 2 actes, de MM. Ernest
Dubreuil et Jaime fils. Musique de Felix Godefroid. Par-
tition piano et chant. Paris. Choudens. [1857.]

No. I in M.266.6

Messe de la Resurrection, a 4 voix et solos de tenor, bary-
ton et basse. Avec accomp. d'orgue, harpes, violoncelles,
contre-basses, pistons et trombonnes. Paris. Durdilly.
[1891.] M.202.31

Messe des rameaux, a 4 voix, soli & chceurs. Avec accomp.

d'orgue, harpes, violoncelles et contre-basses (ad lib).

Paris. Heugel. [188-?] No. 2 in M.266.6

Godefroid, Felix. See Godefroid, Dieudonne Joseph Guillaume

Felix.
Godefroid, Jules Joseph.

Le diadeste, ou la gageure arabe. Opera comique en 2 actes.

Paroles de MM. de S' Hilaire et Leon [pseud.]. Musique

de Tules Godefroid. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris.

Richault. [i8.^6?l 13 parts in l v. M.282.7

Godefroid de Bouillon. Opera. For the Music see Acosta.

For the Libretto see Fredricx.
Godeleva. Opera. For the Music see Tinel. Godelieve.



Godelieve. Opera. For the Music see Tinel. For the Libretto

see Ram.
Godet, Alfred.
Jean la Bourrasque. Operette. Musique de Pradaut-Boris.

No. 3 in M.393.37
Godet, Philippe Ernest.
Janie. Idylle musicale, [musique] par E. Jaques-Dalcroze.

M.394-38
Godete dunque il vostro amante primo. Madrigal. Palestrina.
Werke. Band 28. M.8o4oa.66.28

Godfrey, Arthur E.

Little Miss Nobody. A new musical comedy. Written by

Harry Graham. Music by Arthur E. Godfrey. Additional

numbers by Landon Ronald. [Accomp. for pianoforte.]

London. Hopwood & Crew. [1899.] M.393.20

Godio, Guglielmo.

Tarass Bulba. Dramma lirico. Musica di Arturo Berutti.

M.399-4

Godleski, , translator.

GoLiTZYN. Les amours d'un tenor. Roman. M. 138.16

Godley, Alfred Denis, translator.

P.\RRY, C. H. H. The music to The frogs of Aristophanes.

No. 3 in M.155.36
Gods, The, of wit and wine. Glee. Webbe, S. Selection of
glees. Vol. 3. No. 7 in M.235.13.3

Godwin, Edward William.

"Claudian." A few notes on the architecture and costume.
A letter to Wilson Barret. [London. 1883.] Plates.

No. 7inM.ii6.7

Goebel, Carl.

Drei Lieder von C. O. Sternau, fiir vierstimmigen Frauen-
chor Berlin. Schlesinger. [186-?] N0.4 in M.157.15

Contents. — i. Die Konigin der Naoht. 2. Chor der Nymphen im Rheme.
3. Der du die Blume mit Perlen trankest.
Goedel. Alfred, translator.

KlENZL. Urvasi. M.286.33

Goens, Daniel Francois van.

Concerto, Deuxieme, en re, pour violoncelle avec orchestre.
Op. .^o. Partition. Nice. Decourcelle. [189-?]

No. <t in M.40S.18

Goepfart, Carl Eduard.

Am Chiemsee. Fiir Mannerchor. Op. 24. Partitur. Weimar.
fi888.] No. 37 in M.392.8

Camilla. Komische Oper in 3 Akten von Robert Herold.
Musik von K. Goepfart. Clavier-Auszug. 2. Auflage.
Leiozig. Bureau der Genossenschaft dramatischer Au-
toren und Comoonisten. 1890. No. i in M.246.8

Drei Stiicke fur Clarinette (in B) und Klavier. Op. 29.
[Partitur.] Leipzig. Merseburger. [188-?]

No. 2 in M.410.33
Herzakind. Schatzakind." Mannerchor. [Weimar? 1888?]

No. 38 in M.392.8

Roms Fall. Dichtung von Fr. Reusch. Fiir Mannerchor,

Soli. s. T. B.. und Orchester. In Musik gesetzt von Karl

Goepfart. Op. .=;o. Clavierpartitur. Leipzig. Licht. 1892.

No. S in M.212.6
Sarastro. Musik-Drama in 3 Aufziigen von K. Goepfart.
Dichtung von Gottfr. Stommel. Clavier-Auszug. Leip-
zig. Bureau der Genossenschaft dramat. Autoren und
Componisten. 1801. M.270.41

Trio fiir Clarinette. Fagott und Klavier. Op. 7.S. [Parti-
tur.] Weimar. Sernau. [189-?] No. 5 in M.410.33
Trio fiir Flote. Oboe und Klavier. Op. 74. [Partitur.]
Weimar. Sernau. [1898?] No. 4 in M.410.33
2 Charakterstiicke fiir Fagott und Klavier. Op. 31. [Parti-
tur.] Leipzig. Merseburger. [i88-?l No. 3 in M.410.33
2 Characterstiicke fur Oboe und Clavier. Op. 27. [Parti-
tur.] Leipzig. Hofmeister. [188-?] No. I in M.410.33
Goerlitz, Carl.

Sataniel. Operette. Musik von A. Ferron. M.2S6.3

Goerner. Carl.

Grosse Simphonie (C moll) zu Shakespeare's ..Richard der
Dritte." Op. 13. [Partitur.] Manuscript. J 187-?]

M.312.20



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THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON



Goetz



Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von.

Aussohnung (Reconciliation). Aus „Trilogie der Leiden-
schaft." Componirt von Hans Huber. No. 6 in M.270.45
The calm of the sea. [Chorus by Beethoven.!

No. 3 in M.236.30.4
Claudine von Villa Bella. Oper, in Musik gesetzt von Jo-
hann Hein. Franz fPseud.!. M.232.1
3 Gedichte, componirt von Ferdinand Hiller.

No. 6inM.392.11
Contents. — Meine Gottin. — Grenzen der Menschheit. — Menschenge-
fiihl.
Egmont. Translated (with entr' actes and songs by Bee-
thoven . . . and Schubert's song 'FreudvoU und leidvoll")
by Arthur Duke Coleridge. London. Chapman & Hall.
1868. Plate. M.126.29

Words only.
Same Ouverture, Gesange und Zwischenacte von Bee-
thoven. No. 3 in M.221.7
Die erste Walpurgisnacht. Ballade. [Musik von] F. Men-
delssohn-Bartholdy. No- i i" M.353-5
Same. The first Walpurgis night. A poem. The music by
F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy. M.280.20
Erwin und Elmire. Ein Singspiel. In Musik gesetzt von
J. F. Reichardt. No. i in M.391.26
Faust, I. und II. Theil. Musik von Eduard Lassen. M.384.58
Same' Compositionen von Fiirsten Anton Radziwill.

M.226.12; etc.

Same. Gesange und Lieder, in Musik gesetzt von Leopold

Lgn2 No. 28, 29 in M.221.30

Same Musik (zum zweiten Theil) von H. H. Pierson.

M.254.26

Same. Scenen aus Gothe's Faust, componirt von Rob.

Schumann. M.28o.5i;etc

Gesang der Geister iiber den Wassern. [Cantate. Musik]

von W. Berger. No. i in M.401.4

Same. [Musik] von Franz Schubert. No. 3 in M.280.47; etc.

Gesang der Parzen. [Musik] von J. Brahms. No. 4 in M.194.5

[Hermann und Dorothea.] Ouverture fiir Orchester von

Schumann. No. i in M.344-24

Idylle For chorus and orchestra, by H. W. Parker.

No. 2 in M.15S.35
Same. Componirt von Friedrich Kiel. No. i in M.I94-20

Jery und Bately. Oper. Musik von Ingeborg von Bronsart.

No. 3 in M.26S.18
Same. Musik von Heinrich Stiehl. No. 3 in M.391.21

Mahomet's Gesang. Concertstiick, von Ernst Fliigel.

No. I in M.391.41
Same. [Musik] von H. Esser. No. i in M.3S2-22; etc.

Same. Mahomet's song. Music by H. Esser.

No. 3 in M.392.36
Meine Gottin. Dichtung. Componirt von Wilhelm Berger.

No. 2 in M.401.4
Pandora. Musik von Ed. Lassen. No. 2 in M.39I-48

Rhapsodic. (Fragment aus Harzreise im Winter.) Com-
ponirt von Johannes Brahms. No. 2 in M.270.16
Rinaldo. Cantate. Componirt von Johannes Brahms.
' No. I in M.270.16

Same. (English version.) No. i in M.392-43

Same. Componirt . . . von Gottfried Herrmann.

No. 2 in M.212.7
[Scherz, List und Rache. Komjsche Oper. Musik von Max

Bruch.l M.281.11

Sechs Lieder, in Musik gesetzt von Moritz Hauptmann.

No. I in M. 157.22

Contents. — Im Sommer. — Wanderers Nachtlied. — Mailied. — Heiden-

roslein. — Fruhzeitiger Fruhling. — Geistesgruss.
Der Strom. Concertstiick. Musik von Niels W. Gade.

No. 3 in M.401.1.S
Theatralische Abentheuer. Eine komische Oper. In Musik

gesetzt von Cimarosa und Mozart. M.320.9

Wanderer's Nachtlied. [Cantate. Musik] von Carl Koss-

malv. No. 14 in M.212.8



Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. (Continued.)

Wanderers Sturmlied, komponirt von Heinrich Zollner.

No. 5 in M.280.7
Same. [Musik] von R. Strauss. No. i in M.380.26

[Wilhelm Meister.] Die Gedichte und das Requiem fiir
Mignon, in Musik gesetzt von Anton Rubinstein.

No. 2 in M.3S1.26; etc.
Same. Requiem fur Mignon. [Musik] von Schumann.

No. 2 in M.280.S7
Same. Abtheilung i. No. 11 in M.244.15.3

Same. Translated by Natalie Macfarren. No. 2 in M.203.6
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Works about.

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. Goethe et la musique: ses jugements, son
influence, les ceuvres qu'il a inspirees. Paris. 1880.

M.128.7

Mendelssohn-B.«lRTHoldy, C. Goethe and Mendelssohn

(1821-1831). Translated with additions, by M. E. von

Glehn. London. 1872. Portraits. M.128.6

Goethe, Katharina Elisabeth von.

Briefe von Beethoven und Frau Rath Goethe an Bettina
Brentano. [Herausgegeben von M. Carriere. Leipzig.
1880.] No. 5 in M.372.44

Goetschius, Percy.

Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. Boston. Schmidt. 1906. Portrait.

Music. M.377-I8

List of compositions by Mrs. Beach, pp. 126-134.

The material used in composition. A system of harmony.

Stuttgart. Zumsteeg. 1882. No. 2 in M.21S.7

Goetterdaemmerung. Opera. For the Music and Libretto

see Wagner, W. R.
Goettliche, Das. Canon. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 23.

M.413.1.23

Goetz, Angelina Levy.

"A puff of smoke." Musical duologue. Written by Charles
T. Roe. Music by Angelina [pseud. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. London. Chappell & Co. [188-?] No. i in M.277.22
Goetz, Hermann.

Concert (B dur) fiir Pianoforte mit Begleitung des Orches-
ters. Op. 18. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [1880?]

M.346.21

Same. Pianofortestimme [und] zweite Pianofortestimme

als Ersatz des Orchesters. No. 3 in M.200.S

„Es liegt so abendstill der See." Gedicht von Wolfgang

Muller von Konigswinter, in Musik gesetzt fiir Manner-

chor, Tenor- (oder Sopran-) Solo und Orchester . . . von

Hermann Goetz. Op. 11. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock.

1876. No. I in M.3S3.22

Same. Clavier-Auszug. No. 2 in M.iss.4r

Same. So still at evening lies the lake. [Poem by W. Miil-

ler von Konigswinter. English words by Charlotte H.

Coursen. For t. or s. solo and male chorus by H. Goetz.

Accomp. for pianoforte.] New York. Schirmer. [1884.]

No. I in M.392.29
Der I37ste Psalm, fiir Chor, Sopran-Solo und Orchester.
Op. 14. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [1878.]

No. 2 in M.3S3.22
Same. Clavierauszug. No. 3 in M.270.16

Francesca von Rimini. Oper in 3 Akten. Text und Musik
von Hermann Goetz. Vollstandiger Clavier-Auszug von
Ernst Frank. Leipzig. Kistner. [1878.] M.266.8

Same. Ouverture zur Oper Francesca von Rimini. Parti-
tur. Leipzig. Kistner. [187-?] No. i in M.406.SO
Friihlines-Ouverture fiir Orchester. Op. I.";. Partitur.
Leipzig. Kistner. [1878?] No. 3 in M.346.19
Noenia (poem bv Schiller). For chorus and orchestra.
Composed bv Hermann Goetz. The English version by
T. Troutbeck. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Octavo edi-
tion. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [i88o?l

No. 4 in M.ISS.8

Quartett, E dur [fiir Pianoforte, Violine. Viola und Violon-

cell]. Op. 6. [Partitur und Stimmen.l Leipzig. Breit-

kopf & Hiirtel. [189-?] 4 parts in I v. M.404.48



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Goetz, Hermann. (Continued.)

Quintett fiir Pianoforte, Violine, Viola, Violoncell und Con-
trabass. Op. i6. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [1879.]

No. 2 in M.211.5.1

Same. [Stimmen.] 4 v. in 3. No. 4 in M.211.6.1, 3, 4

Sinfonie (in F dur) fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 9. Partitur.

Leipzig. Kistner. [187-?] M.346.20

Trinklied [t. T. B. B.]. Op. 20. No. 4. Leipzig. Kistner.

[1887?] No. 24 in M.392.10

Trio in G-moll fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. i.

[Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1867.]

No. I in M.211.3.3
Same. [Stimmen, Violine und Violoncell.] 2 v.

No, 20 in M.211.4.1, 2

Der Widerspanstigen Zahmung. Komische Oper in 4

Akten, nach Shakspeare's Lustspiel frei bearbeitet von

Joseph Viktor Widmann. Musik von Hermann Goetz.

Vollstandiger Clavier- Auszug. Leipzig. Kistner. [1876?]

M. 266.10
Same. The taming of the shrew. A comic opera in 4 acts,
freely arranged from Shakespeare's comedy by Joseph
Viktor Widmann. Music by Hermann Goetz, The Eng-
lish version by J. Troutbeck. Vocal score with English
and German words. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Augener & Co. [1880.I M.266.9

Same. Ouverture zur komischen Oper: Der Widerspan-
stigen Zahmung. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [1874?]

No. I in M.332.22
Goetze, Heinrich.

Waldmorgen. Lied fur Mannerchor. Op. 14. Leipzig.
Hesse. [1881?] No. 2.^ in M.392.10

Goff, Rebecca J.

The queen of Alferino. A romantic operetta. Composed
by Charles Hess. M.292.31

Going a Maying. Part-song. Hatton. No. 32 in M.195.1.6

Going away. Part-song. Hatton. No. 13 in M.20S.10.1

Gold uberwiegt die Liebe. Song. Brahms. Sieben Lieder.
Op. 48. No. II in M.380.40.1

Goldatnmer. Song. Posa. Fiinf Lieder. No. 13 in M.380.22

Goldbeck, Robert.

Rest. Quartette for men's voices. [Chicago.] Root &
Sons Music Co. 1878. No. 10 in M.203.7

The sands o' Dee. Male chorus or quartette. [New York.
Schirmer. 1878.] No. 9 in M.203.7

"The soldier's return," or Clara and Valentine. Opera
comique, in one act . . . Words and music by Robert
Goldbeck. Translated from the German by Desmond
Ryan. [Vocal score with pianoforte accompaniment.]
London. Wessel & Co. [1856.] M.237.22

Same. "The surprise," or Clara and Valentine. Opera-
comique in i act. Words and music by Robert Goldbeck.
Translated by Desmond Ryan. Voice and piano. Lon-
don. Wessel & Co. [185-?] 7 parts in i v. M.282.8
The three fishers. [Part-soag, t. t. b. b. New York. Schir-
mer. 1878.] No. 8 in M.203.7
Goldchignon. Opera. For the Music see Jonas, fi. For the

Libretto see Grange.
Golden bridge, The. Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,
J. L. F. No. S4 in M.IS7.6.3

Golden butterfly. The. Cantata. For the Music see Bentley,

J. M. For the Libretto see Oxenford, E.
Golden cross. The. Opera. For the Music see Bruell. For

the Libretto see Mosenthal, S. H. von.
Golden days, The, of good Queen Bess. Song. Collins, J.

No. 13 in M.384.48
Golden dreams and fairy castles! Song. Foster, S. C.

No. 30 in M.380.41.1
Golden fleece. The. Opera. For the Libretto see Planche,

J. R.
Golden harvest. The. Cantata. For the Music see Callcott,
J. G. For the Libretto see Goddard, J.



Golden land, The. Song. Davenport, A. No. 28 in M.290.12
Golden legend. Cantata. For the Music see Buck, D.; also
Hodson, H. E.; also Sullivan, A. S. For the Libretto see
Longfellow.
Golden ray, The, of morning. Part-song. Winter, P. von.

No. I in M.244.10.4
Golden robe, The. Song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 24.

M.413.1.24
Golden summer! Part-song. Romer. No. 19 in M.244.10.1

Golden sun, thy warmth display. Glee. Hook, J.

No. 179 in M.215.21
Golden treasures. Cantata. For the Music see Fox, G. For

the Libretto see Bradberry.
Golden web. The. Opera. For the Music see Thomas, A. G.

For the Libretto see Corder, F.
Goldene Kreuz, Das. Opera. For the Music see Bruell. For

the Libretto see Mosenthal, S. H. von.
Goldene Sonnenschein, Der. Part-song. Beschnitt. Sunshine.

No. 35 in M.392.4
Goldene Spinnrad, Das. Symphonic poem. Dvorak.

No. I in M.410.21

Goldene Zeit, Die. Part-song. Hiller, F. Zehn Lieder aus

Waldmeister's Brautfahrt. No. 5 in M.392.ir

Goldener. Cantata. For the Music and Libretto see Klages.

Goldmark, Carl.

Ein armer Mann, ein braver Mann. Gedicht von Rob.
Burns. Fiir Mannerchor componirt von Carl Goldmark.
Wien. Gotthard. 1876. No. 6 in M.212.6

Concert fiir Violine mit Orchesterbegleitung. Op. 28.
Partitur. Hamburg. Pohl. [187-?] No. S i" M.343.45
Friihlin.gs-Hymne. (Maibetrachtung.) Gedicht von Geyer,
fiir Chor, Alt-Solo und Orchester componirt von Carl
Goldmark. Op. 23. Partitur. Mainz. Schott. [1884?]

No. 2 in M.202.18
Same. Clavier-Auszug. ' No. 3 in M. 203.6

Friihlingsnetz. Gedicht . . . fiir vier Mannerstimmen mit
Begleitung von 4 Horner und Pianoforte. Op. I.S. Par-
titur. Leipzig. Kistner. [1866?] No. 3 in M.392.41
[Der gefesselte Prometheus.] Ouverture zum Gefesselten
Prometheus des Aeschylos fiir Orchester. Op. 38. Par-
titur. Leipzig. Senff. [1890?] No. 4 in M.332.2a
Das Heimchen am Herd. Oper in 3 Abtheilungen von Carl
Goldmark. Text von A. M. Willner (frei nach Dickens'
gleichnamiger Erzahlung). Vollstandiger Klavieraus-
zug. Leipzig. Berte & cie. [1896.] M.394.5
Im Friililing. Ouverture fiir Orchester. Op. 36. Partitur.
Mainz. Schott. [1888?] No. 3 in M.332.22
In Fuscherthale. Sechs Gesange fur s. a. t. b. Hamburg.
Pohle. [187-?! No. 20 in M.158.22
Contents. — Eintritt. — Gruss. — Neue Liebe. — Wasserfall und Ache.
— Gestandniss. — Abschied.

„In Italien." Ouverture fiir Orchester. Op. 49. Partitur.
Mainz. Schott. 1904. M.410.66

Die Konigin von Saba. Oper in 4 Acten (nach einem Text
von Mosenthal) von Carl Goldmark. Partitur. Ham-
burg. Pohle. [188-?] M.224.30

Same. Clavierauszug. M.266.12

Same. Festlicher Einzugs Marsch, fiir grosses Orchester
mit Chor (ad libitum). Partitur. Hamburg. Pohle.
[18S-?] No. 2 in M.332.23

Die Kriegsgefangene. Oper in zwei Akten von Carl Gold-
mark nach cinem Texte von Emil Schlicht. Klavieraus-
zug mit Text. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [1898.] M.396.24

Landliche Hochzeit. Symphonie in 5 Siitzen . . . fiir
grosses Orchester. Op. 26. Partitur. Mainz. Schott.
[187-?] No. I in M.346.18

Meeresstille und gliickliche Fahrt. . . Fiir Mannerchor mit
Hornerbegleitung. Op. 16. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner.
[1866?] No. 4 in M.3g2.4i

Merlin. Oper in 3 Acten, von Carl Goldmark. Text von
Siegfried Lipiner. Klavier-Auszug. Leipzig. Schuberth
& Co. [1886.] M.266.H



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[Penthesilea.l Ouverture zu Penthesilea fiir Orchester.
Op. 31. Partitur. Mainz. Schott. [1878?!

No. 2 in M.346.19
Quartett fiir zwei Violinen, Viola und Violoncell. Op. 8.
Partitur. Wien. Spina. [187-?] No. 13 in M.211.1

Quintett fiir zwei Violinen, Bratsche, Violoncell und Piano-
forte. Op. 30. [Partitur.] Hamburg. Pohle. [188-?]

No. 3 in M.211.5.1
Same. fStimmen.] 4 v. No. .^ in M.211.6.1-4

Quintett fiir 2 Violinen, I Viola & 2 Violoncelli. Op. 9.
Partitur. Wien. Gotthard. [187-?] No. i in M.335.8

[Sakuntala.l Ouverture zu Sakuntala fiir Orcliester. Op.
13. [Partitur.] Wien. Dunkl. [1870?] No. i in M.346.19
[Sappho.] Ouvertiire zu Sappho fiir Orchester. Partitur.
Berlin. Simrock. 1894. No. i in M.3S8.26

Scherzo fiir Orchester. Op. 19- Partitur. Wien. Gott-
hard. [187-?] No. 2 in M.346.18
Scherzo fiir Orchester. Opus 45. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters.



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