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Handel



Handel, Georg- Friedrich. (Continued.)

eyes sits. — Love sounds the alarm. — Gentle airs, melodious strams.

— Happy pair! — Softly sweet in Lydian measure. — Pleasure I my
former ways. — Oft on a plat of rising ground. — Where e'er you walk.

— O ruddier than the cherry. — Revenge, Timotheus cries. — Honour
and arms. 4. Faithful cares in vain. — Fell rage and black despair. —
To song and dance. — My breast with tender pity. — Daughter of gods.

— O take me from this hateful light. — Convey me to some peaceful
shore. — Beneath the vine or fig-tree. — Every joy that wisdom knows.

— Let's imitate her notes. — My faith and truth. — Hali, wedded love!

— These labours past. — Who calls my parting soul. — Happy we! —
See, the conquering hero comes. — Welcome, mighty king. — Cheer
her, O Baal. — O mirror of our fickle state. — Fair virtue shall charm
me. — O Mithra, with thy brightest beams. — O beauteous queen. —
Shepherd, what art thou pursuing. — Would you gain the tender crea-
ture. — Consider, fond shepherd. — The trumpet's loud clangour. —
Haste thee, nymph. — Torments, alas! are not confined. — Cease to
beauty to be suing. — Bacchus, ever fair and young. 5. Lord, for ever
at Thy side. — Sing songs of praise. — Blessed are all they. — Then
will I Jehovah's praise. — Faith displays her rosy wing. — The Lord
hath heard. — O sing praises unto God. — In God is my glory. —
Praise the Lord all ye heathen. — Joys, in gentle train. — Cease thy
anguish. — O worship the Lord. — Have mercy upon me. — Thou
rulest the raging. — So great is His mercy. — O Jordan, sacred tide. —
Bow Thine ear, O Lord. — Be firm, my soul. — Disdainful of danger. —
The Lord is my light. — The Lord who hears. — Watchful angels. —
Why doth the God of Israel. — Thus when the sun. — Lord, what is
man. — Sound an alarm. — Jehovah is my shield. — Golden columns
fair. — For ever blessed be Thy name. — O praise the Lord all ye His
host. — The Lord hath been mindful of us. 6. The Lord is righteous.

— Let the righteous be glad. — Tears are my daily food. — God's ten-
der mercy. — Tears assist me. — Softest sounds no more can ease. —
Vain, fluctuating state. — Regard, O son, my flowing tears. — When
warlike ensigns. — Bending to the throne. — Tune the soft melodious
lute. — The people will tell. — I'll proclaim the wond'rous story. —
Thrice blest be the king. — Impious mortal, cease to brave us. — When
the sun o'er yonder hills. — Deeds of kindness to display. — In gentle
murmurs. — Let other creatures die. — Sweet as sight to the blind. —
O sing unto God. — The heavens are Thine. — Against Thee only. —
The righteous Lord. — O Lord, whose providence. — O filial piety. —

— The enemy said. — His mighty arm. — That God is great. — How
art thou fallen. — When storms the proud. — Praise ye the Lord. —
Freedom, now once more.

Sound an alarm. [Solo, s., and chorus. Accomp. for
organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. i. pp. 16-21.) No. 5 in M.221.22.1

Supplemente enthaltend Quellen zu Handel's Werken . . .
Fiir Die deutsche Handelgesellschaft herausgegeben von
Friedrich Chrysander. No. I, 3-5- Leipzig. Druck der

Gesellschaft. i888-'g6. 2 v. I^-*'^^f°

Contetits. — I. Magnificat von D. Erba. — Serenata von Alessandro
Stradella. — Fiinf italienische Duette von Giovanni Carlo Maria Clan.

2. Componimenti musicali per il cembalo von Gottlieb Muffat.
Tantum ergo. Solo. fAccomp. de piano ou d'orgue.l (In

lichos dv monde religieux. Pp. 90-93.) M.156.S2

Same. Solo fx.], quartett & chorus. fAccomp. for organ.l

(In Novello. Motetts. "Vol. i, book 6. pp. 1-3.)

No. 54 in M.260.24.1
Te Deum [Utrechter. Klavierauszugl. (/h Rochlitz. Samm-

lung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. Band 3, PP- 2-6.)

Contains the first movement only. No. I in M.202.6.3

Te Deum zur Feier des Sieges bei Dettingen von Georg
Friedrich Handel, instrumentirt von Felix Mendelssohn-
Bartholdy. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [184-?] M.192.17

Tears are my daily food. Solo fs.L (In Stevens. Sacred
music. Vol. I, pp. S8-61.) No. 12 in M.234.4.I

Then Tesus went up to Jerusalem. Recitative and chorus
from The Redemption. fAccomp. for organ.l (In Han-
del and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music. Vol.

3. pp. 66-70.) No. Q in M.221.22.3
Theodora. An oratorio. In vocal score, with a separate

accomp. for the organ or pianoforte. Octavo edition.
London. fNovello. Ewer & Co 187-?! M.1S3.28

The libretto has been ascribed to Dr. Thomas Morell.

Thus rolling surges. [Air, T., and chorus. Accomp. for
organ.l (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. I. pp. 188-IQ2.) No. 33 in M.221.22.1

Thy justice like the hills remains. [Anthem. Accomp. for
organ.l (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 18,
iq.) No. 14 in M.IS7.34

Thy rebuke, recitative, and Behold and see, air fs.l from the
Messiah. fAccomp. for organ.l (In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 176, I77.) No. 61 in M.290.22.1



Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

Total eclipse. [Air, t. Accomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton.
Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 68, 69.) No. 28 in M.290.22.2
Also to be found in Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred
music.

Triumph, Hymen, in the pair. Chorus, from the opera
"Alcides." [Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Hullah. The
Singer's library. Secular. Pp. 99-104.) No. 21a in M.157.2

The triumph of time and truth. An oratorio. Edited, and
the pianoforte accomp. revised by Ebenezer Prout. Oc-
tavo edition. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?]

M.IS3.30
The words are by Pietro Pamfili, translated by Thomas Morell.

Unito a un puro affetto. Duetto [s. a. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] (In Musical library. Vol. 4, pp. 25-28.)

No. II in M.235.18.4

Verdi prati. Aria [a. or b. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In
Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 94. 9.=i.) No. 38 in M.23S.18.2

Das Volk, das im Dunkeln. Bass-Arie [mit Pianoforte-
begleitung]. (In Arien-Album. Band i, pp. 14-17.)
From The Messiah. No. 4 in M.204.37

Vouchsafe, O Lord. Solo [a. or bar.]. From the Dettin-
gen Te Deum. [Accomp. for piano.] (In Ayrton. Sa-
cred minstrelsy. Vol. i, p. 72.) No. 26 in M.2go.22.l

Die Wahl des Hercules nach Mozarts Bearbeitung. [Parti-
tur.] Manuscript. [i70-?l . M.30.14
The words are from Joseph Spence's Polymetis.

Wash me throughly. Duetto [s. t. Accomp. for org^an].

(In Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 68-71.)

No. II in M.234.4.2
Wer mag den Tag seiner Zukunft erleiden. Bass-Arie [mit

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

7-13.) No. 4 in M.204.37

From The Messiah.

When God in His wrath. Recitative, air [b.] and chorus.
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society
Collection of sacred music. Vol. 3. pp. i 18-123.)

No. 21 in M.221.22.3

When Phcebus the tops. Duett [s.a.]. C/n Apollonian har-

monv. Vol. i, pp. 46. 47.) No. 37 in M.141.21.1

Also to be found in Social harmony.

When the ear heard him. Quartet. [Accomp. for organ.l
(In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2. pp. 196-190.)

No. 71 in M.2go.22.2

When the earth was without form. [Anthem. Accomp.
for organ.] (In Pratt. Collection of anthems. Vol. I.
pp. 60-65.) No. 6 in M.233.18.1

Where-e'er vou walk. Air [x. Accomp. for pianoforte].
(In Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 30, 31.)

No. 12 in M.23.i;.i8.2

While my God his succour sendeth. [Anthem. Accomp.
for organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp.
41, 42.) No. 28 in M. 157.34

With cheerful notes let all the earth. Chorus. The accomp.
arranged by the editor. (In Hullah. The Singer's library.
Sacred. Pp. 57-64.) No. 12 in M. 1.57.3

With might endued. [Recitative, air and chorus. Accomp.
for organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 77-82.) No. 19 in M.221.22.1

With thunder arm'd. [Chorus from Samson. Accomp. for
organ.l (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 114-117.) No. 19 in M.221.22.2

12 Alt-Arien, aus verschiedenen Opern mit Begleitung des
Pianoforte bearbeitet von Robert Franz. Leipzig. Kist-
ner. [1869.] 4 parts in i v. No. 2 in M.270.48
The words are in Italian and German.

Contents. — i. Con rauco mormorio, aus Rodelinda. 2. Si, si minaccia,
aus Sosarme. 3. Empio, diro, tu sei, aus Giulio Cesare. 4. Pupille
sdegnose, aus Muzio Scevola. 5. Un disprezzato affetto, aus Othone.
6. Son confusa pastorella, aus Poro. 7. Stille amare gia vi sento, aus
Tolomeo. 8. Furibondo spira il vento, aus Partenope. 9. Giacche morir
non posso, aus Radamisto. 10. Confusa si miri I'infida consorte, aus
Rodelinda. 11. Vi fida lo sposo, aus Ezio. 12. lo sperai trovar riposo.

12 Sopran-Arien, aus verschiedenen Opern mit Begleitung
des Pianoforte bearbeitet von Robert Franz. Leipzig.

Kistner. [1869. 1 4 parts in i v. No. i in M.270.48

The words are in Italian and German.

Contents. — i. Cara sposa, aus Radamisto. 2. Mio bel tesoro, aus Alcina.



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Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

3. Mio caro bene, aus Rodelinda. 4. II vostro maggio, aus Rinaldo. 5.
Menti eterne, aus Lotario. 6. Ritorna, O caro, aus Rodelinda. 7.
Sommi dei, aus Radamisto. 8. Spera si, O caro bene, aus Admeto. 9.
Si t'amo, O cara, aus Muzio Scevola. 10. S'ei non me' vuole amar,
aus Tamerlano. 11. Vanne, sorella ingrata, aus Radamisto. 12. Ah,
non son io che parlo.

Handel, Georg Friedrich. Works about.

Ball, T. H. Sketch of Handel and Beethoven. London.

1864. M.101.13

BiLAY, A. E. Handel: his life, personal and professional.

London. 1857. M.iog.g

BuRNEY, C. An account of the musical performances in

Westminster-Abbey and the Pantheon, May^ June, 1784.

In commemoration of Handel. London. 1785. Portraits.

M. 122.35
Chrysander, F. G. F. Handel. Band I, 2; 3, ite Halfte.

Leipzig. 1858-67. 3 V. M.149.7

Handel's Instrumentalkompositionen fiir grosses Or-

chester. f Leipzig. 1887.! M.371.28

Separatabdruck aus der Vierteljahrsschrift fiir Musikwissenschaft.

Clark, R. Reminiscences of Handel, His Grace the Duke
of Chandos, Powells the harpers, The harmonious black-
smith, and others. With a list of the anthems composed
at Cannons, by Handel. London. 1836. lUus. M.201.42

Cooke, B. An ode on Handel [for 8 voices]. Performed at
the Commemoration dinner. May 26th, 1785. [London.
17851 No. 2 in M.320.15; etc.

CoxE, W. Anecdotes of George Frederick Handel, and
John Christopher Smith. With select pieces of music,
composed by J. C. Smith. . . . [Anon.] London. 1799.
Portraits. No. i in M.iii.s

David, E. G. F. Handel: sa vie, ses travaux et son temps.
Paris. 1884. M.128.21

Egel, H. W. Georg Friedrich Handel, Josua. Nach der
Ausgabe der deutschen Handelgesellschaft (Lieferung
XVII). Erlautert. Leipzig. [1903.] No. 11 in M.217.12.12

Fowle, T. L. Life of Handel. London. [1877.] Portraits.

No. I in M. 125.9

Gervinus, G. G. Handel und Shakespeare. Zur Asthetik
der Tonkunst. Leipzig. 1868. M.106.7

Hadden, J. C. George Frederick Handel. London. 1888.

M.i09b.43

Handel and Haydn Society, Boston. Seventieth season.
In memoriam George Frederic Handel. Biographical
sketch. Programmes with words and notes . . . Boston.
[1884.] No. 9 in M.372.2

Handel commemoration, 1S59. William Hutchins Call-
cott's pianoforte and vocal arrangements from Handel's
works. London. [1859.I No. 4 in 11.373.60

Macfarren, G. a. Addresses and lectures. London. 1888.

M.i49a.is

Mainwaring, J. Memoirs of the life of George Frederic
Handel. Added, a catalogue of his works and observa-
tions upon them. [Anon.] London. 1760. Portrait.

M.II7.4

Meyer, G. M. G. F. Handel. Eine biographische Charak-
teristik. Berlin. 1857. No. i in M.217.11

Neumann, W. Georg Friedrich Handel. Eine Biographic.
Cassel. 1855. Portrait. No. i in M.20S.19

Ramsay, E. B. Two lectures on the genius of Handel.
Edinburgh. 1862. M.108.20

Reinecke, C. H. C. Ein Abenteuer Handels, oder die
Macht des Liedes. Singspiel in i Akte von W. te Grove.
Musik von Carl Reinecke. No. 2 in M.391.25

Reissmann, a. Georg Friedrich Handel. Sein Leben und
seine Werke. Berlin. 1882. Portrait. No. i in M.207.23

Ring, J. The commemoration of Handel. A poem. [Anon.]
London. 1786. M.141.28

Rockstro, W. S. The life of George Frederick Handel.
With an introductory notice by George Grove. London.
1883. Portrait. M.126.S

SCHOELCHER, V. The life of Handel. London. 1857.

M.105.28



Handel, Georg Friedrich. Works about. (Continued.)

Sittard, J. G. F. Handel, Der Messias. Erlautert. Frank-
furt a. M. [1895.1 No. 42, 43 in M.217.12.2

TowNSEND, H. An account of the visit of Handel to Dub-
lin. Dublin. 1852. M.107.2S

Whittingham, a. The life and works of Handel. London.
1882. M.io9a.3S

Widmann, B. G. F. Handel, Cacilienode . . . Erlautert.
Frankfurt a. M. [1895.I No. 31 in M.217.12.2

Georg Friedrich Handel, Frohsinn, Schwermut und

Massigung. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1895.]

No. 26, 27 in M.217.12.2

Georg Friedrich Handel, Samson . . . Erlautert.

Frankfurt a. M. [1895.] No. 21, 22 in M.2I7.I2.I

ZuscHNEiD, C. Judas Maccabaus, Oratorium von G. F.
Handel. Erlautert. Leipzig. [1899?] No. i in M.217.12.7
Handel and Haydn Society, Boston.

Act of incorporation and bye-laws. Boston. 1828.

No. 10 in M.147.3.2

The Boston Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sa-
cred music, consisting of songs, duetts, trios, chorusses,
anthems, &c. . . . arranged for the organ or piano. Bos-
ton. The Society. 1821-32. 4 v. M.221.22
Contents. — I. Denman : The Lord's prayer. — Martini : Fallen is thy
throne. — Mozart: The saffron tints of morn. — Handel: Sound an
alarm. Total eclipse. O first created beam. — Haydn : Lovely is the
face of nature. — Handel: O lovely peace. Is there a man. — Kent:
Give the Lord the honor. How green our fertile pastures. — Haydn:
Come sweet spring. — Handel: O Lord whose mercies. — Bishop:
He sees and he believes. — Handel : How willing my parental love.

— Beethoven: The bird let loose. — Handel: Blessed be the power.
Blessing, honour, adoration. With might endued. — Marsh: O Lord,
who hast taught us. — Atterbury: Winter has a joy for me. — Han-
del: Arm, arm, ye brave. — Stevenson: They play'd. — King: The
intercession. — Fiorello : Begin, my soul rejoicing. — Tallis : O all
ye nations. — Webbe : While with ceaseless course. — Handel: Sion
now her head shall raise. Rejoice, O Judah. — Mornington : Behold
the morning sun. — Kent: The Lord is my Shepherd. — Mozart:
Holy Lord God of hosts. — Reynolds: My God look upon me. —
Handel : Thus rolling surges. 2. Kent : My song shall be. — Han-
del : Pious orgies. O Father whose almighty power. — Mozart :
Gently, Lord. — Smith: Blest pair of sirens. — Kent: Rejoice in the
Lord. — Clementi: Think, O ye who fondly languish. — Blake: I
have set God always before me. — Jackson : Blow ye the trumpet in
Zion, — Haydn : Now elevate the sign of Judah. — Beethoven ; Eter-
nal God. almighty power. — Carr: Gloria in excelsis. — Haydn: The
host of Midian prevailed. — Mozart: O Sovereign eternal. — Wranit-
zky: Father of mercies. — Mozart: Day of judgment. — Jackson:
Praise the Lord, O my soul. — Handel : With thunder arm'd. —
Jackson : Holy, Lord God of hosts. Hallelujah. — Handel : Come,
ever smiling liberty. — Haydn: Father we adore Thee. — Mozart:
Glory be to God on high. — Webbe : When lost in wonder. — Han-
del : Lord, what is man. How excellent is Thy name. Hallelujah. —
Mozart: Lamb of God. — Haydn: Pharaoh's chosen captains. —
Steibelt : We praise Thee, O God. — Mozart: Blessed is he. —
Haydn : Arise, O Judah. — Handel : Let their celestial concerts. ■ — ■
Byrd ; Non nobis Domine. 3. Stevenson: O Lord our Governor. —
German : Come ye disconsolate. — Lord, Thou hast been my refuge.

— Mozart: Praise Him in Judah. — Stevenson: Go forth to the
mount. — Haydn : Now Samuel. Lo, my Shepherd. Now the Philis-
tines. Lo, He Cometh. And Saul was very wroth. O, mighty King.
Handel : Then Jesus. Hosanna. — Mozart : To Thee, O God. —
Beethoven : O rejoice in God. How can I on Thee repose. — Haydn :
With rosy steps. Now the Philistines. He was like a morning star.
Hallelujah to the God of Israel. — Handel: Angel of charity. —
Pergolesi : Glory to God in the highest. — Haydn : He broke the
idols. — Naumann: Sons of Zion. — Rousseau: Hark! 'tis the breeze.

— Handel : When God is in His wrath. For ever blessed. - — Staun-
ton: Praise Himl sun and moon. — Mozart: Solyma, O happy So-
lyma. — Gardiner : The wolf and the lamb. — Haydn : O how beauti-
ful. — Jackson: The Lord shall comfort Zion. — Handel: Sing unto
God. — Jackson: We praise Thee, O God. — Mozart: O God! when
Thou appearest. — Haydn: Glorify the great Jehovah. — Jackson:
Glory be to the Father. 4. Haydn: Mass [in F]. — Boyce: Behold
the Heaven. — Beethoven : Glory to God. Credo. — Haydn : Be-
hold, He rideth upon the storm. — Handel : Fix'd in His everlasting
seat. — Haydn: Spare, O spare Thy servant. — Schneider: Great is
the Lord. Holy Lord God of hosts. - — Mozart: Mass, No. i, in C.
— ■ Buehler: Mass [in F]. Haydn: For with strength. — Mozart:
Hosanna to the God of Israel. — Hummel : Holy, holy, holy. —
Handel : Awake the trumpet's lofty sound. — Palestrina : We have
heard. • — Kent : Te Deum. — Haydn : Te Deum. ■ — Pierpont : Ode.

— Beethoven : March and chorus of Roman soldiers. — Mozart : Te
Deum. — Righini : Behold and see. — Jomelli : Glory be to God on
high. — Pergolesi : Exulta Sion. — Zeuner : O God, my heart is
fixed.



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Hanscom



Handel and Haydn Society, Boston. (Continued.)

Grand musical festival ... in commemoration of their fif-
tieth anniversary. May 23d to 28th, 1865. [Book of the
words.] Boston. Balch. 1865. No. i in M.372-2

Same. With an appendix, containing the programmes of
the afternoon concerts, officers of the society . . .

No. 2 in M.372.2

Mendelssohn's Elijah, as performed at the Tabernacle,
June S, 1877. Boston. Mudge. 1877. No. 7 in M.i25.a

Programmes. No. 1-748. Dec. 25, i8iS-April 23, 1905.
Boston. 1815-1905. 8 V. M.372.1

There are many gaps, particularly in the early years, but these are
gradually being filled.

Seventieth season. In memoriam George Frederic Handel.
Biographical sketch. Programmes with words and notes
. . . Boston. Mudge. [1884.] Portrait. No. 9 in M.372.2
Seventy-fifth anniversary festival. April, 1890. [Boston.
1890.1 No. ID in M.372-2

Triennial festival, ist-6th. May, 1868-83. Programmes,
words of the oratorios . . . Boston. 1868-83.

No. .3-8 in M.372.2
Same. 4th. 1877. No. 6in M.125.9

Handel and Haydn Society, Boston. Works about.

Bacon, F. P. Commemorative record of the Handel and
Haydn Society of Boston, 1815-1903. Prepared by Fred
P. Bacon and Edward O. Skelton. [Boston. 1903.] Por-
traits. Plates. Facsimiles. M. 121.41
Browne, A. P. An address delivered at the annual meeting
of the Handel and Haydn Society, May 25, 1896. Boston.
i8g6. No. I in M.102.19
Henry, J. J. Is the Handel & Haydn Society a one-man
power? [Boston. 1874.! No. 3 in M.i44-i8
Perkins, C. C. History of the Handel and Haydn Society
of Boston. From the foundation of the Society through
its 7Sth season. 1815-1890. Chapters 1-3, by C. C. Per-
kins. Chapters 4-1S by John S. Dwight. Vol. i, no. i.
Boston. 1883. No. I in M.141.15
Handel Festival, London.

Grand Handel musical festival. Crystal Palace, i8S7- A
letter addressed to the members ... of the Sacred Har-
monic Society. [Prospectus.] London. 1856.

No. 6 in M. 149.8
Signed Robert Bowley, Treasurer of the Sacred Harmonic Society.
Handel commemoration, 1859. William Hutchins Callcott's
pianoforte and vocal arrangements from Handel's works.
London. Lonsdale. [1859.] No. 4 in M.373-6o

The triennial Handel festival, Sth. Programme of arrange-
ments. London. 1874. Plan. No. 10 in M.144.18
Handkuss, Der. Song. Posa. Fiinf Lieder. No. 13 in M.380.22
Handl, Jakob.

Adoramus. [Anthem, s. s. A. T. T. B.] (/» Rochlitz. Samm-
lung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. Band i, Abtheilung i,
pp. 52, .S3.) No. 39 in M.202.6.1

Ascendo ad Patrem meum. [Motet, s. s. a. t. b. b.] (In
Lueck. Sammlung ausgezeichneter Compositionen fiir
die Kirche. Band 3, PP. 87-91.) No. 24 in M.IS8.33.3

Beati estis. [Motet, s. a. t. b.] (/n Lueck. Sammlung aus-
gezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche. Band 4, PP-
72-74.) No. 22 in M. 158.33.4

Confirma hoc, Deus. [Motet, t. t. b. b.] (/n Lueck. Samm-
lung ausgezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche.
Band 3, pp. 105-107.) No. 28 in M.1S8.33.3

Ecce, concipies. [Motet.] (In Lueck. Sammlung ausge-
zeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche. Band 3, pp.
1-3.) No. I in M.158.33-3

Ecce quomodo moritur ju.stus. Passionsgesang. (In Lueck.
Sammlung ausgezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche.
Band 3. PP. 62-64) No. 19 in M.158.33.3

Also to be found in Rochlitz's Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke.
In nomine Jesu. [Motet, t. t. b. b.] (/n Lueck. Sammlung
ausgezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche. Band 4,
pp. 10-12.) No. 6 in M.158.33.4



Handl, Jakob. (Continued.)

Media vita in morte sumus [fiir 2 Chore]. (In Rochlitz.
Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. Band i, Abthei-
lung 2, pp. 54-56.) No. 40 in M.202.6.1
Omnes de Salsa venient. [Motet, s. a. t. t. b.] (In Lueck.
Sammlung ausgezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche.
Band 3, pp. 18-22.) No. 6 in M.158.33-3
Opus musicum. Motettenwerk fiir das ganze Kirchenjahr.
Theil i: Vom I. Adventsonntage bis zum Sonntag sep-
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Vivi sancti. [Motet, s. A. A. T. B. B.] (/n Lueck. Sammlung
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Felix, H. Madame Sherry. M.397.26

Handschuh, Der. Song. Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 1.3,

Band 3. M.316.1.13.3; etc.

Handsome Brown. Song. Keller, M. No. 23 in M. 192.13.1

Handwerg, Wilhelm.

Students' song [t. t. b. b.]. New York. Luckhardt &

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With English and German words.

Handwerk hat ein'n gulden Boden. Part-song. Otto, E. J.

Gesellenfahrten. No. 46 in M.392.19

Handwerkerleben. Cantata. For the Music see Mohr, H. For

the Libretto see Fembach.
Handwerksburschenlied. Part-song. Heuberger.

No. 6 in M.392.29

Hanemann, Moritz.

Aus der Musikerwelt. Leben und Schriften eines Koni.g-

lich preussischen Kammer-Musikers. Berlin. Gulker &

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Hanish, Joseph.

Vaterlandslied. [t. t. b. b.] (/« Regensburger Liederkranz.

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Hanneton, Le, de la chatelaine. Opera. For the Music see

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Hanover Square; a magazine of pianoforte and vocal music,

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Hans Carvel's ring. Catch. Hutchinson. No. 52 in M.220.9.2

Hans Gerstenkorn. Part-song. Truhn. Fiinf Gesange.

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Hans Heiling. Ope''"- For the Music see Marschner, H. A.

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Hans im GlUck. For orchestra. Bendel. Marchenbilder.

No. I in M.332.5
Hans ohne Sorgen. Part-song. Marschner, H. A.

No. 20 in M.i29a.43.9
Hans Sachs. Opera. For the Music see Lortzing. For the

Libretto see Reger, P.
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Hans und Hanne. Opera. For the Music see Schubert, F. L.
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Hans und Verene. Song. Kuecken. No. 4 in M.244.6.2

Hanschmann, Hermann.

Drei Gliiser ... fiir Mannerchor. Partitur. Bremen.
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Morgenstandchen fiir Tenor-solo mit Mannerchor. Parti-
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Paulinzelle. Fiir Mannerchor. Partitur. Bremen. Mein-
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Hanscom, E. W.

Abide with me. Semi-chant. Boston. Schmidt. [1894.I

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The better land. [Anthem, r. t. b. b.] Boston. Schmidt.

[1894.1 No. I in M.203.16

Hail to the Lord's Anointed. [Anthem. Accomp. for

organ.] Boston. Schmidt. 1894. No. 26 in M.20.3.37



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