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who being ask'd by her lover for a token of her constancy, gave him
a knife. — The complaint. — The contest between love and glory. —
The dumps, selected and alter'd from Gay's Pastorals. — The happy
bride. — Colin and Phaebe, a pastoral. 2. Phillis. — The tout ensemble.

— Dione. A pastoral ballad. — Nature beyond art, written by Ben
Jonson. — • Ariel's song in The Tempest. — The caution, modernized
from Chaucer. — A song from Shakespear's Cymbeline. — Love and
wine in alliance. The words by Lord Lansdown. — The syren's song
to Ulysses. — The despairing shepherd. — ■ The scholar's relapse. —
The rose bud. — To Chloe. The words by Addison. — On Cloe, sleep-
ing, taken from Shakespear. — Love and reason inconsistent. The
words by John Suckling. — On a young lady . . . — [Why so pale and
wan, fond lover?] The words by John Suckling. — Damon and Cloe.

The maid's with child. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren.

Collection of catches. Vol. i, pp. 332, 22:^.)

No. 203 in M.220.9.1
Make haste to meet. Glee [a. t. x. b.]. {In Amusement for

the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 20-30.) No. 8 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in Clementi's Vocal harmony ; Same, New edition ;

Warren's Collection of catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

My beloved is mine. Canon [3 in 2]. {In Flowers of har-
mony. Vol. I, pp. 73-75) No. 46in M.1S7.18.1

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

Ombre a mene. Canon, 4 in 2. {In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol i, pp. 228, 229.) No. 159 in M.220.9.1



Ame, Thomas Augustine. (Continued.)

Overture to Thomas and Sally. [Also the Scotch air, s., in
the overture.] London. Goulding & Co. [178-?]

No. 30 in M.237.7

The play-house hubbub. Catch [for 4 voices]. {In Social

harmony. Pp. 158, 159.) No. 137 in M.215.21

Poculum elevatum. Glee [t. t. x. B. b.]. {In The Apollo.

Vol. S, pp. 327-331) No. 2 in M.i39a.i8.s

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

Poor, little, pretty, flutt'ring thing. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. {In
Amusement for the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 88, 89.)
Also to be found in Warren's Vocal harmony. No. 24 in M,220.3.4

Rise, glory, rise. Song [x. x. B.]. {In Apollonian harmony.
Vol. 2, pp. 56-60.) No. 44 in M. 141.21.3

Also to be found in Social harmony.

Rule Britannia. A favorite song. Voice [s.] or Ger. flute
with pianoforte accomp. London. Andrews. [179-?]

No. I in M.384.48

Same. Harmonized for 4 voices, by Vincent Novello. Lon-
don. Novello. [184-?] No. 57 in M.158.18
Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies* collection; The Choralist;
Hullah's Part music. Secular; Musical times [Music]; Social har-
mony ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

Same. Englisches Volkslied. {In Orpheus. Band 6, pp.
57, 58.) No. 210 in M.i2ga.43.6

Sigh no more, ladies. Song harmonized [for x. x. b.]. {In
Social harmony. Pp. 70, 71.) No. 61 in M.215.21

Silence, ye jades. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren. Vocal
harmony. Pp. 112, 113.) No. 70 in M.220.10

Sound the trumpet. Catch a 4 voci. {In Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. i, pp. 182, 183.) No. 140 in M.220.9.1

Stout Hodge. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. i, pp. 236, 237.) No. 166 in M.220.9.1

Sweet muse, inspire. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. {In Amusement for
the ladies. Vol. 2, pp. 25-29.) No. 8 in M.220.3.2

Also to be found in "The Apollo; Clementi's Collection of catches;
Warren's Collection of catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Tell me, where is fancy bred. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. {In Warren.
Vocal harmony. Pp. 61-63.) No. 41 in M.220.10

[The tempest.] The music in Shakspeare's Tempest, by
Purcell, Arne, Smith & Linley. New edition. [Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Lonsdale. [183-?]

No. 5 in M.391.S8

Thomas and Sally; or, the sailor's return: a dramatic pas-
toral. [Words by Bickerstaff.] Composed by Dr. Arne
for the voice, harpsichord, and violin. London. Harrison
& Co. [178-?] No. 2 in M.220.36

Thou soft flowing Avon. Harmonized [t. i. b.]. {In Col-
lection of glees and catches. Pp. 21, 22.) No. 5 in M.110.8
Also to be found in Ditson's The Orphean lyre ; The Harmonist ; So-
cial harmony.

To fair Fidele's grassy tomb. Dirge [x. x. b.]. {In Social
harmony. P. 181.) No. 154 in M.21S.21

To soften care. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. {In Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. i, pp. 328-330.) No. 201 in M.220.9.1

Two English cantatas for a voice and instruments. London.



Walsh.

Contents.



[174-



No. 3 in M. 237.26
Lydia, from Sappho,



The school of Anacreon,

Water parted from the sea. Part-song. The melody by
Arne. Harmonized by the editor. {In HuUah. The
Singer's library. Secular. No. 37. Pp. 49-52.)

No. 37 in M.157.2

When all the Attic fire was fled. [Duet, a. b.] {In Social
harmony. Pp. 218, 219.) No. 181 in M.215.21

When forc'd from dear Hebe. Ballad [x.]. {In Musical
library. Vol. I, pp. 144, 145.) No. 64 in M.235.18.1

Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

Same. Glee [a. x. x. b.] harmonized by I. Brooks. {In Bland.
The Ladies' collection. Vol. 5, pp. 492, 493.)

No. 124 in M.235.17.S

When Phoebus the tops. Duett [x. x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. {In Bland. The Ladies' collection. Vol. 2, p. 171.)
Also to be found in The Harmonist. No. 210 in M.235.17,3

Where the bee sucks. Glee [s. s. x. b.]. Harmonized by



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Arnold



Arne, Thomas Augustine. (Continued.)

Wm. Jackson. (/» The Harmonist. Vol. 7, pp. 44-5i)

No. II in M.218.8.7

Also to be found in Novello's Glee-hive; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito

armonico.
Which is the properest day to drink? Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (/»

Amusement for the ladies. Vol. 3, pp. 63-65.)

No. 22 in M.220.3.3

Also to be found in The Apollo; Apollonian harmony; Bland's The

Ladies' collection; dementi's Collection of catches; dementi's Vocal

harmony; Same. 2d edition; Flowers of harmony; The Harmonist;

Hullah's Part music, Secular; Social harmony; Warren's Collection

of catches.
The wooden walls. Glee [a. t. b.]. {In Amusement for the

ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 65-71.) No. 17 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in The Harmonist; Warren's Collection of catches.

You ask me, dear Jack. Glee [x. t. b.]. (/n Bland. The
Ladies' collection. Vol. 2, pp. 225-227.)

No. 245inM.235.i7.2
Also to be found in dementi's Collection of catches; Warren's Collec-
tion of catches.

Arne, Thomas Augustine, editor.

Gay, J. [The beggar's opera.] No. 6 in M.391.S4

Amim, Carl, Baron von.

A selection of German national melodies, with the words
both in the original and translated into English . . . The
introductory symphonies by J. Mazzinghi. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co.
[181-?] 2 V. in I. M.212.21

Contents. — 1. Himmel: To Hebe. — Hurka : Remembrance. —
Himmel : The e-xchange of hearts. — May song. — Beneken : The
grave. — To Laura. — Reichard : Sportsman's evening song. — Strang-
ford: Use of time. — Himmel: The white rose. — The adieu. —
Zumsteg: Serenade. — Wiistenberg: The soldier's farewell. — Zelter:
The hunter. — Ellis : The rat-catcher. — Arnim : Indifference and
affection. — Sterkel : Remuneration. — L. Reichard: The shaphera's
complaint. — Hurka: Longing for happiness. — Himmel: The
changes of time. — J. F. Reichard: Sorrows and pleasures. 2. J. F.
Reichardt: The minstrel. — On parting. — Harder: The first of
May. — Beczwarzowsky : The song of the sword. — J. F. Reichardt:
Calm at sea. — Arnim: The marriage song. — Zumsteg: Fernando and
Clare. — J. F. Reichardt: Camp song. — Complaint. ^ Italy.

Arnim, Elizabeth von.

Briefe von Beethoven und Frau Rath Goethe an Bettina
Brentano. [Herausgegeben von M. Carriere. Leipzig.

1880.] No. sinM.372.44

In the Allgcmeine conservative Monatsschrift fiir das christliche
Deutschland, Januar, 1880.

Arno's vale. Part-song. Holcombe. No. 4 in M.220.S; etc.

Arnold, Sir Edwin.

The light of Asia, a cantata. The music by Dudley Buck.

No. I in M. 154.38
Arnold, George Benjamin.

Ahab. An oratorio. The words from the Holy Scriptures.
[Accomp. for piano.] London. Addison & Lucas. [1863.]

M.241.5
Sennacherib. A sacred cantata. The words selected from
the Scriptures. The music by George B. Arnold. [Solos,
s. T. B., and chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Weekes & Co. [1883.] No. i in M.204.3

Te Deum and Jubilate [in D. With organ accomp.]. Lon-
don. Addison, Hollier & Lucas. [186-?] No. i in M.236.22
Te Deum laudamus. In C. {In Novello's Parish choir book.
Pp. 80-86.) No. 16 in M.157.30

Arnold, Gottfried.

Das jiingste Gericht. Oratorium, in Musik gesetzt von L.
Spohr. M.243.28

Arnold, Gustav.

Hinaus in die Welt! [Mannerchor.] {In Eidgenossischer
Sangerverein. Wettgesange bei dem 12. . . . Siingerfeste.
Pp. 64-66.) No. 8 in M. 130.7

Der Riitlischwur. Dramatische Scene fiir Mannerchor, Soli
und Orchester, nach Worten aus Schiller's „Wilhelm
Tell." . . . Componirt von Gustav Arnold. Klavieraus-
zug. Ziirich. Hug. [1891.] No. i in M.203.9

Arnold, John.

Toby Swill. Song [t. b.]. {In Social harmony. P. 192.)

No. 169 in M.21S.21



Arnold, John Harvey Vincent.

[Catalogue of his] Library. New York. Leavitt & Co.
1879. M.I 13.3

Particularly rich in dramatic literature.

Arnold, Samuel. 1740-1802.

An address to a locket. Song [s. Accomp. for pianoforte].
{In Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 124, 125.)

No. 40 in M.23S.18.3
Adieu, my fears and sorrows. A duett [s. x.], in The maid
of the mill. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Dussek.
[179-?] No. 10 in M.237.2

The agreeable surprise, a comic opera in 2 acts . . . The
music composed by Dr. Arnold. For the voice, harpsi-
chord, or violin. [Text by John O'Keeffe.] London.
Bland. [1781.] No. 4 in M.220.17

As pants the hart. Canon in the 4th and 8th below. {In
Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 278.)

No. 1 16 in M.220.9.2
Auld Robin Gray, a pastoral entertainment . . . Written by
Samuel Arnold junr The music selected & composed by
Dr. Arnold. Op. 36. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Preston. [1794.] No. 5 in M. 360.15

[The battle of Hexham.] The overture, songs, chorusses,
&c., in The battle of Hexam [sic] . . . The words by G.
Colman, jr. The music by Dr. Arnold. [Vocal score.
Accomp. for piano.] London. Longman & Broderip.
[1789.] No. I in M.320.1; No. 2 in M.220.17

The best compliments. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 270.) No. 113 in M.22o.g.2
Brisk wine. Two part song [x. b.]. (/w Bland. The Ladies'
collection. Vol. 2, p. 205.) No. 235 in 11.235.17.3

The castle of Andalusia. A comic opera . . . the selected
airs by Handel, Vento, Giordani . . . The overture, cho-
russes, new airs, &c., composed by Dr. Arnold. [Words
by John O'Keeffe. Accomp. for piano.] London. Bland.
[1782.] No. 2 in M.320.I

The enchanted wood. [Opera. For voices and pianoforte.]
Op. 35. [Words by Mr. Francis.] London. Smart.
[1792.] No. 3 in M.220.36

Faint and wearily the way-worn traveller. [Duet, s. x.] in
The mountaineers. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Goulding & Co. [182-?] No. 21 in M.237.7

The genius of nonsense; an original, whimsical, operatical,
pantomimical, farcical, electrical, naval and military ex-
travaganza . . . Composed by Dr. Arnold for the voice,
harpsichord and violin. (Opera XXVIL) [Vocal score.]
London. Harrison & Co. 1784. No. i in M.30.24

Great god of sleep. Glee [a. x. B.]. {In Bland. The Ladies'
collection. Vol. 2, pp. 239-241.) No. 252 in M.23S.17.2

Happy island. Song harmonized [s. a. b.]. {In Social har-
mony. Pp. 288, 289.) No. 231 in M.215.21
The hardy sailor. Song [s. orx.] from The castle of Anda-
lusia. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] {In Musical library.
Vol. 3, pp. 56, 57-) No. 17 in M.235.18.3
[Harlequin D"". Faustus.] The songs, tunes, and dances in
Harlequin D"". Faustus for the harpsichord. London.
Welcker. [i793] No. 5 in M.391.30
Here lyes poor Teague. Catch a 3 voci. {In Clementi.
Collection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 64.)

No. 206 in M.110.1.3; No. 206 in M.iio.2.3
Idalian queen. Duet [s. s. or x. x.] from The castle of Anda-
lusia. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] {In Musical library.
Vol. 3, pp. 58-60.) No. 18 in M.235.18.3

In yonder grave. Elegiac [a. x. x. b.]. (/m Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 238-241.) No. 102 in M.220.9.a
Inkle and Yarico. A comic opera . . . The words by George
Colman junr. The musick composed by Dr. Arnold.
Adapted for the voice, harpsichord, piano forte, &c. Lon-
don. Longman & Broderip. [1787?] No. 3 in M.130.1
Lira, lira, a favorite song, ... in the Surrender of Calais.
[s., with pianoforte accomp.] London. Preston. [179-?]

No. 38 in M.384.48
The maid of the mill, a comic opera [by Isaac Bickerstaff].



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THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON



Ars longa



Arnold, Samuel. 1740-1802. (Continued.)

For the voice, harpsichord, or violin. London. Bremner.

[lyQc] No. I inM.i52.i2

An arrangement of songs and choruses by many composers.

The mountaineers . . . Written by George Colman, jr., the
music selected and composed by Dr. Arnold. [Accomp.
for piano.] London. Preston. [i795] No. 3 in M.320.1
The muleteer's glee [t. t. b.]. {In The Harmonist. Vol. 7,
pp. 11-13.) No. 2 in M.218.8.7

Obi; or three finger'd Jack. The overture, songs, chorusses
& appropriate music in the pantomimical drama. Com-
posed & adapted by Sami. Arnold, with selections from
the most eminent masters arranged for the voice & piano
forte. London. Longman, Clementi & Co. [1800.]
The words are by John Fawcett. M.3gi.29

On board the Valiant. Song [t.] from The shipwreck.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] (/« Musical library. Vol. 4,
pp. 132, 133.) No. 44inM.23S.i8.4

Peeping Tom of Coventry; a comic opera [by John
O'Keeffe]. Composed by Dr. Arnold, for the voice, harp-
sichord, and violin. Op. 25. London. Harrison & Co.
[1784?] No. 2 in M.130.1

The seasons. Glee, (/re Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 164-
169.) No. 55 in M.235.18.3

The shipwreck, a comic opera, in two acts . . . written by
S. Arnold, junr., the music composed by Dr. Arnold.
Op. 40. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Longman
& Broderip. [1796.] No. I in M.120.31

Solace of life. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 2, pp. 225-229.) No. 96 in M.22o.g.2

[The Spanish barber.] The fandango, overture, airs, &c. in
The Spanish barber . . . Op. 17. [The words after Beau-
marchais, by George Colman, the elder. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Bland. [1777?] No. 4in M.360.15
Such a liar is Tom. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Social har-
mony. P. 241.) No. 198 in M.215.21
The surrender of Calais, . . . written by George Colman,
Esq. junr, the music by Dr. Arnold. Op. XXXHL [Vocal
score.] London. Preston. [1791.] No. 3 in M.30.24
The Te Deum, Jubilate, Sanctus, Kyrie, Nicene creed, Mag-
nificat, & Nunc dimittis, in B flat major. (In Goss and
Turle. Cathedral services. Vol. 2, pp. 123-153.)

No. 5 in M.233.10
Turk, and no Turk. A comic opera . . . For the voice,
harpsichord, violin, or German flute. Composed by Dr.
Arnold. [Text by George Colman, the younger.] Lon-
don. Skillern. 1785. No. i in M.220.17
Two to one; a comic opera . . . Composed by Dr. Arnold,
for the voice, harpsichord, and violin. [Text by George
Colman, the younger.] London. Harrison & Co. 1784.

No. 3 in M.220.17
The veteran tar. A comic opera in two acts for the voice
and pianoforte. The words by S. L Arnold. The music
composed by S. Arnold. Opera 50. London. Thompson.
[1801.] No. I in M.396.2

Who is this that cometh? Anthem [a. t. b.] for Palm Sun-
day. The organ part by Vincent Novello. (In Novello's
Collection of anthems. Vol. 6, pp. 14-24.) No. 2 in M. 195.2.6
Arnold, Samuel, editor. 1740-1802.

Convivial harmony. Being a collection of catches, canons
and glees ... for the voice and piano forte. London.
Harrison, Cluse & Co. [179-?] No. 7 in M.158.13

Contents. — Greene: How soft the delights. — Come let us laugh.

Great Bacchus. — .\s Thomas was cudgel'd. — Mortals learn. So

peaceful rests. — Greene: I've lost my mistress. — Jolly mortals fill

your glasses. — On the poor confin'd debtors. — Hail, green fields.

Come all noble souls. — Prithee, foolish boy. — Gibbons: The silver
swan. — Morley; Fair Phillis. — Rogers: Come all noble souls. —
Conversi : When all alone. — Ford: Fair, sweet, cruel. — Baildon:
Adieu to the village.

Handel, G. F. Redemption. M.241.3

Arnold, Samuel, Jr. 1774-1852. See Arnold, Samuel James.
Arnold, Samuel James.

The Americans. A comic opera, the music composed by
M. P. King & Mr. Braham. M.380.S0



Arnold, Samuel James. (Continued.)
Auld Robin Gray, a pastoral entertainment . . . The music
selected & composed by Dr. Arnold. No. 5 in M.360.15

The devil's bridge, an operatic romance. The music com-
posed by C. E. Horn and M^. Braham. No. 2 in M.391.64
Frederick the Great, or the heart of a soldier. An operatic
anecdote. Composed by T. Cooke. No. 3 in M.391.14

The maniac, or the Swiss banditti. Serio comic opera.
Composed by Henry R. Bishop. M.391.13

Nourjahad, a romantic grand opera. Composed by E. J.
Loder. M.263.14

Plots, or the north tower. A melo dramatic opera. The
music composed by M. P. King. No. i in M.391.66

The shipwreck, a comic opera, the music composed by Dr.
Arnold. No. i in M.120.31

Up all night, or the smugglers' cave, a comic opera. Com-
posed by M. P. King. M.253.9
The veteran tar. A comic opera. The music composed by
S. Arnold. No. i in M.396.a
Arnold, Yuri Fedorovitch.

[Boris Godunow.] Ouverture zu Alex. Puschkin's Drama,

„Boris Godunow." Partitur. Leipzig. Heinze. [186-?]

The title is repeated in Russian. No. 2 in M.332.a

Der Einfluss des Zeitgeistes auf die Entwickelung der Ton-

kunst. Leipzig. Rhode. 1867. No. 4in M.ii9a.i3

Franz Liszt's Oratorium: „Die Legende von der heiligen

Elisabeth" und die neue Musikrichtung. Leipzig. Rhode.

1868. No. 5 in M.I 193.13

Teopia ,zi;peBHe-pyccKaro ii;epKOBHaro h Hapo/i;Haro

niniH . . . BtmycKt nepBHft : Teopia npaBOCJiaB-

Haro ii,epKOBHaro ninia BOo6in;e, no yHeniio sjijhh-

CKHXT, H BHsaHxificKHXT. HHcaxejieft. MocKBa. 1880.

M.215.3

Vier und zwanzig auserlesene Opern-Charaktere in Bezug

auf deren musikalisch-deklamatorische, wie dramatisch-

mimische Darstellung analysirt und beleuchtet. Heft i.

Der Freischiitz. Leipzig. Rhode. 1867. Plates.

No. 6 in M.145.6
Arnold, Yuri Fedorovitch, translator.

Kui, T. A. Angelo. M.396.28

Tchaikovski, p. L OnpmHHKT.. M.396.41

Arnoud, J.

Athalie, tragedie de J. Racine. Musique, solos, duos, trios
et choeurs a 3 voix egales, avec accomp. de piano, par J.
Arnoud. Paris. Gautier. [1876?] No. i in M. 156.17

Arnould, pseud. See Mussot, Auguste Jean Frangois.
Arnould, Edmond.

Les poemes de la nature. Poeme musical compose par A.

Prevost-Rousseau. No. i in M.321.5

Aroldo. Opera. For the Music see Verdi. For the Libretto

see Piave.
Around the festive board. Part-song. Webbe, S.

No. 28 in M.23S.13.2; etc.
Around the May-pole tripping. Part-song. Hatton.

No. 17 in M.157.23

Around we pace. Chorus. Purcell, H. Beauties of Purcell.

Vol. I. M.22i.a

Arracheuse de dents, L'. Opera. For the Music see Chau-

tagne. For the Libretto see Charles.
Arrachez de men coeur. Aria. Sacchini. Le Sacchini des
concerts. M.274.9

Arresta il passo. Cantata. For the Music see Handel. Werke.

Lieferung 52A.
Arri, arri. Duet. Masini. No. 50 in M.157.39

Arrieta, Juan Emilio.

Ildegonda. Dramma lirico in 2 atti di T. Solera, posto in
musica ... da Emilio Arrieta. Riduzione per canto con
accompto. di p. f. Milano. Lucca. [1848.] M.140.3

Arrow, The, and the song. Part-song. Hav.

No. 16 in M.195.1.16
Simpson, J. F. No. 15 in M.121.3

Ars longa, vita brevis. Part-song. Hayes, W.

No. 24 in H.141.21.3; etc.



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As they



Arse la fiamm' e consume I'ardore. Part-song. Lassus.
Sammtliche Werke. Band 6. 11.80403.67.6

Arsenal, The; or war and peace. Cantata. For the Music see
Speer. For the Libretto see Longfellow.

Arsene. Opera. For the Music see Seydelmann. For the
Libretto see Favart, C. S.

Art, L', d'etre grand-pere. Cantata. For the Music see Saint-
Saens. For the Libretto see Hugo.

Art divin qui faisais ma gloire. Song. Halevy, J. F. F. £.

No. 9 in M.193.21.2

Art, The, of improving the voice and ear, and of increasing
their musical powers on philosophical principles. Lon-
don. Prowett. 1825. M. 136.9

Art theatrale, L'. Poem. Samson, J. I. M.208.10

Art thou weary? Anthem. Lloyd, C. H. No. 19 in M.195.2.11

Artamof, Piotre, pseud. See La Fite de Pellepore, Vladimir.

Artaxerxes. Opera. For the Music see Arne, T. A. For the
Libretto see Metastasio.

Artciboucheff, N. See Artsybushev, Nikolai Vasilievitch.

Arteaga, Stefano.

Les revolutions du theatre musical en Italic. Traduites et

abregees de I'italien de Dom Arteaga [par le Baron de

Rouvrou]. London. Gameau & Co. 1802. M. 149. 25

Le rivoluzioni del teatro musicale italiano. Bologna. Trenti.

1783. 2 V. in I. M.i09a.27

Article de Paris. Opera. For the Music see Audran. For the
Libretto see Boucheron.

Articulation.

Dorval, p. L'art de la prononciation appliquee au chant et
maniere facile d'augmenter les resources de la voix. Ver-
sailles. 1850. No. 7 in M.206.3
Ellis, A. J. Speech in song: beiijg the singer's pronouncing
primer. London. [1878.] No. i in M.117.5

Artillerist's oath. The. Part-song. Adam, C. F.

No. 12 in M.109.1

Artisan, L'. Opera. For the Music see Halevy, J. F. F. fi. For
the Libretto see Saint-Georges.

Artist's model. An. Opera. For the Music see Jones, S. For
the Libretto see Hall, O.

Artistes, Les, par occasion. Opera. For the Music see Catel.
For the Libretto see Duval, A. V. P.

Artisti, Gli, alia fiera. Opera. For the Music see Rossi, L.
For the Libretto see Ghislanzoni.

Artot, Jean Desire, pseud. See Montagney, Jean Desire.

Artsybushev, Nikolai Vasilievitch, and others.
Bapiai],in na pyccKyio xcMy /i,jiii CMHHKOBaro Knap-
TCTa. [Variations sur un theme populaire russe.J Ba-
piai^ia I : H. Apu,u6ymeBa. II : A. CKpadnna. liL :
A. FjiasyHOBa. IV : H. PHMCKaro-KopcaKoua. V :
A. JlaflOBa. VI : I. BHTO.aa. VII : O. B.ii3'MeH4)e-
jBfla. VIII : B. 3Ba.3Bfla. IX : A. BHHKjiepa. X :
Oinajit H. CoKOJiOBa. EEapTHxypa. .leiinu.nrt.
EijCKCB-B. 1899. No. 2 in M.4i2a.i

As a beam o'er the face of the waters may glow. (Irisli
melody.) Harmonized for 4 voices, (/n Warren. Cocks's
Hand-book of glees. Vol. 3, no. 146, pp. 181-184.)

No. 64 in M.I 57.6.3

As a rosy wreath. Part-song. Evans, C. S. No. 8 in M.235.12

As afternoon, one summer's day. Glee. Baildon.

No. 80 in M.220.10

As Colin one evening. Catch [for 3 voices], (/n Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 84.) No. 35 in M.220.9.2

As Dick returning. Part-song. King, J. No. 37 in M.220.g.4

As Dolly and Nan. Part-song. Wellesley, G. C.

No. 148 in M.220.9.2

As fades the morn. Modinha [s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. {In Musical library. Vol. I, p. 164.)

No. 72 in M.235.18.1

As fair as morn. Part-song. Wilbye. No. 23 in M.23S.18.1 ; etc.

As Flora slept. Fa la. Hilton. Ayres or fa las.

No. 3 in M.234.21



As for sinners, they shall be consumed. Anthem. Gardiner.

No. 21 in M.236.30.3
As I live, saith the Lord. Anthem. Chipp. No. 14 in M.195.2.15
As I saw fair Clora. Duet. Hayden. No. 18 in M.i39a.i8.5; etc.
As I was going to Derby. Glee. See Callcott, J. W. The

Derbyshire ram.
As I was going to St. Ives. Part-song. Brown, O. B.

No. 8inM.1s8.14
As I wove. Part-song. Pring, J. C. No. i in M.220.g.5

As in the field . . . Part-song. Reinecke, C. H. C.

No. 4 in M.204.36.7
As it began to dawn. Anthem. Vincent, C. J.

No. IS in M.195.2.16
As it fell upon a day. Part-song. Reay. No. 8 in m. 158.23; etc.
Wellesley, G. C. No. i in M.236.23; etc.

\s Jenny one morning. Part-song. Berg, G. No. 69 in M.220.9.1
As Joan was lamenting. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 86.) No. 37 in M.220.g.a
As Joseph was awalking. Carol. H., C. No. 25 in M. 158.17

As matchless beauty. Madrigal. Wilbye. Works. Vol. 2.

No. IS in M.235.19.2
As Nancy danced. Part-song. Webbe, S.

No. 19 in M.235.13.2; etc.
As now the shades. Part-song. Cooke, B.

No. 14 in M.220.3.4; etc.
As o'er the past. Quartet. Morris, J. W. Vocal quartets.

No. 34 in M.190.S

As o'er the past my memory strays. Sacred song. Bach. C.

P. E. No. SI in M.290.22.2

Richards, H. B. No. 25 in M.234.6

As o'er the varied meads. Part-song. Webbe, S.



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