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f 1894.] No. 27 in M.203.27

Nearer, my God, to Thee. For men's voices with s. obli-
gate. Boston. Schmidt. [1894.! No. .•^ in M.203.16
O for the pearly gates, fs. solo and quartet. Accomp. for
organ.l Boston. Schmidt. [1894.] No. 28 in M.203.27
Sun of my soul. [Anthem, t. t. b. b.] Boston. Schmidt.
ri894-l No. 2 in M. 203.16
Hansen, H.

Unsre Bruderschaft. Bundeslied . . . Fiir vierstimmigen
Mannerchor. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [187.1?!

No. i.S in M.392.10
Hansen, Joseph.

La tempete. Ballet fantastique. [Choregraphiel de J.
Hansen. Musique de Ambroise Thomas. M.324.13

Hansjakob, Heinrich.

Der Vogt auf Miihlstein. Oper. Musik von Cyrill Kistler.

M.389.49

Hanslick, Eduard.

Aus dem Opernleben der Gegenwart. (Der „Modernen

Oper" 3. Theil.) Neue Kritiken und Studien. Berlin.

Hofmann & Co. 1884. M.i49a.34

Aus neuer und neuester Zeit. (Der modernen Oper IX.

Teil.) Musikalische Kritiken und Schilderungen. 2. Auf-

lage. Berlin. Allgemeiner Verein fiir deutsche Littera-



tur. 1900.

Contents. — Opern. — Konzerte. ■
Biisten.



■ Kunst und Leben. ■



„., M.373.SS
Bildnisse und



Concerte, Componisten und Virtuosen der letzten fiinfzehn
Jahre. 1870-1885. Kritiken. 2. Auflage. Berlin. Allge-
meiner Verein fijr deutsche Literatur. 1886. M.370.10

Geschichte des Concertwesens in Wien. Wien., Braumiil-
ler. 1869. M. 105.29

Die moderne Oper. Kritiken und Studien. 2. Auflage. . . .
Berlin. Allgemeiner Verein fiir deutsche Litteratur. 1875.

M. 149.4

Musikalische Stationen. Neue Folge der „Modernen Oper."
Berlin. Hofmann & Co. 1880. M.370.H

Vom Musikalisch-Schonen. Ein Beitrag zur Revision der
Aesthetik der Tonkunst. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. VVeigel.
i8.=;8. No. 2 in M.370.57

Same. 3- Auflage. 1865. No. i in M.370.57

Hansmann, Victor.

Bilder aus der Marchenwelt. Bilder von E. Wiesemann.
Musik von Victor Hansmann. Op. ,32. Partitur. Leip-
zig. Oberdorffer. [1894?] No. 2 in M.393.24

Contents. — Es war einmal ein Konig. — Der Prinz der sass gefangen
und schmactete. — Das Zwergenvolk stob kreischend anseinander, . . .
— Im Walde schlief ein Madchen. — Das Voglein erzahlte vie! Wunder-
bares. — Und das Madchen freute sich darob gar sehr. — Da kam ein
Bar des Weg's daher. — Im Berge da war ein grosses Fest ... — Mit
teuflischem Grinsen blickte die Hexe in den Topf in dem es brodelte
und siedelte. — Sterbend erhob der Drache seine Stimme und spracli. —
Da kam auf stolzen Rossen ein prachtiger Zug dahcr. — Und wenn sie
nicht gestorben sind, so leben sie noch heut'.

Enoch Arden. Oper in einem Aufzug frei nach Tennyson
bearbeitet von C. W. Marschner. Componirt von Victor
Hansmann. VoUstandiger Clavierauszug mit Text. Leip-
zig. Oberdorffer. 1894. No. 1 in M.393.24
Hanssens, Charles Louis.

Concertino for clarionet. [With accompaniment for or-
chestra. Full score.] Manuscript. Vogel. 1854. M.312.36
Hymne de la nuit. Poesie par Alphonse de Lamartine.
Choeur pour voix d'hommes. [t. t. t. t. b. b. b. b.1 Mu-
sique de Ch. Hanssens. Partition. Amsterdam. Brix
von Wahlberg. [1864?! No. 48 in M.392.8

Hanswurst. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Klange aus der Kin-
derwelt. Heft 4. No. 14 in M. 192.6

Happiest land, The. Part-song. Hatton. No. 7 in M.195.1.7
Happiness ever is fugitive Duet. Reinecke, C. H. C.

No. 16 in M.204.36.6

Happiness in wait. Part-song. Abt, F. No. 4S in M.392.1

Happy and blest are they. Anthem. Mendelssohn-Bar-

THOLDY, J. L. F. No. 3.'i in M.ioo.4.2



Happy are they. Glee. Paxton, S. No. 44 in M.220.3.4; etc.

Happy are we met. Glee. CtJZENS. No. 208 in M.215.21; etc.

Webbe, S. No. 32 in M.i57.28.a

Happy art thou. Anthem. Southard. Morning and evening.

No. 10 in M.290.25

Happy be thy dreams. Song. Thomas, J. R. No. 10 in M. 192. 14

Happy birds, The. Duet. Rubinstein. Eighteen two-part

songs. No. I in M.IS5.47

Happy bride. The. Song. Arne. T. A. Lyric harmony.

Vol. I. M.380.1

Happy fellow. The. Glee. Smart, G. T. With my jug in one

hand. No. 17 in M.i39a.i8.4; etc.

Happy flow'rets freshly wreathing. Part-song. Winter, P.

VON. No. II in M.244.10.4

Happy hours. Part-song. Foster, M. B. No. 8 in M. 158.16

Happy is the man. Anthem. Beethoven. No. 6 in M.290.22.2

Prout. No. 3 in M. 195.2.9

Happy island. Part-song. Arnold, S. No. 231 in M.21S.21

Happy lover, The. Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L.

F. Quartetts. No. 16 in M.244.22

Happy, oh! happy he. Madrigal. Wilbye. Works. Vol. 2.

No. 16 in M.234.19.2

Happy peasant. The. Part-song. Moscheles, L Tyrolese

melodies. Vol. 2. No. 21 in M.244.24.2

Happy shepherds. Chorus. Hasse, J. A. P. No 63 in M. 11 1.4.3

Happy streams. Madrigal. Wilbye. Works. Vol. 2.

No. 10 in M.234.19.3

Happy the man. Glee. Atterbury. No. i in M.220.10

Baildon. a collection of glees. No. 4 in M.220.7

Morris, J. W. Vocal quartets. No. 34 in M. 190.5

Wheeler, R. No. s in M.340.15

Happy the youth. Catch. Long. No. 2 in M.220.3.3; etc.

Happy wanderer. The. Part-song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,

J. L. F. No. 5.3 in M.157.6.3

Happyland; or, the King of Elysia. Opera. For the Music

see De Koven. For the Libretto see Ranken.
Harald. Cantata. For the Music see Rheinberger, J. G. For

the Libretto see Uhland.
Harald der letzte Sachsenkonig. Opera. For the Music see

DuUo. For the Libretto see Schlieben.
Harald und Theano. Opera. For the Music see Lorenz, C. A.

For the Libretto see Dahn.
Harald's Brautfahrt. Cantata. For the Music see Hofmann,

H. C. J. For the Libretto see Maercker.
Haraucourt, Edmond.
Alienor. Opera. Musique de Jeno Hubay. M.245.8

Circe. Poeme lyrique. Musique de P. L. Hillemacher.

M.378.17
Shylock. Comedie (d'apres Shakspeare). Musique de scene
de Gabriel Faure. No. 3 in M.353.25

Harcourt, Anne Marie Eugene, Comte d'.

Quelques remarques sur I'execution du Tannhaeuser de

Richard Wagner a I'Opera de Paris (mai 1895). Paris.

Fischbacher. 1895. No. 4 in M.370.71

Le Tasse. Opera en 4 actes et 8 tableaux de Jules et Pierre

Barbier. Musique de Eugene d'Harcourt. Partition

chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 1903. M.381.24

Hard by a fountain. Madrigal. Waelrant. No. 3 in M.157.28.1

Hard destinies are love and beauty. Madrigal. Wilbye.

Works. Vol. 2. No. 22 in M.234.19.2

Hard times. Part-song. Duerrner. No. 21 in M.205.10.5

Hard times come again no more. Song. Foster, S. C.

No. 31 in M.380.4I.I
Harder, August.

Drei Gedichte von August Kuhn [s. o. bar.] mit Begleitung
des Pianoforte. In Musik gesetzt von A. Harder. Ber-
lin. Kunst- & Industrie-Comptoir. [i8i-?l

No. 21 in M.221.33

Contents. — Kriterien der Liebe. — Aura. — Mit Rosen war der Him-
mel iiberstreut.

The first of May. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
(In Arnim. A selection of German national melodies.
Vol. 2, pp. 7-9.) No. 3 in M.2i2.2r.2

535



Hardi!



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON



Harington



Hardi! les bleus! Opera. For the Music see Clerice. For

the Libretto see Gamier, L.
Harditz, W.

Eingeregnet. Heitere Scene. Musik von Robert Schwalm.

No. ID in M.2I2.I6
Eine Maiennacht. Concertstuck von P. E. Wagner.

No. 3 in M.39I-60
Hardt, S. tor.

Abdul und Erinieh. Singspiel. Musik von Fr. Curschmann.

M.231.7
Hardy Norseman's house, The. Part-song. Pearsall.

No. 20 in M.235.7.2; etc.

Hardy sailor, The. Song. Arnold, S. No. 17 in M.235.18.3

Harfe, Die. Lied. Grieg. Grieg-Album. No. 6 in M.iss.16

Harfenspieler. Song. Schubert, F. P. Wer sich der Ein-

samkeit ergiebt. Werke. Serie 20, Band ^, 4.

Two settings. M.317.I.20.3, 4

— An die Thiiren will ich schleichen. Werke. Serie 20,
Band 4. M.3i7-i-20-4

— Wer nie sein Brot mit Thraenen ass. Werke. Serie 20,
Band 4- M.3i7-i-20.4
Two variants of the same setting.

Harfners Klagelied. Part-song. Koschat. No. 24 in M.392.36
Hargitt, Charles John.

Ave Maria, for a s. voice. [Accomp. for organ.] London.
Novello. [i8s-?] No. 8 in M.260.10.4

Hargitt, Charles John, editor.

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Benedictus.

No. 14 in M.260.10.S
Smart, H. Ave Maria, gratia plena. No. 26 in M.IS7.I

Hargreaves, George.
Mass in B flat for s. a. t. b., with accomp. for organ. Lon-
don. Novello. [184-?! No. I in M.191.11
Venite. [Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello. [184-?
Holden. Sacred music] No. 2 in M.290.14; No. 5 in M.236.34
Hargreaves, Maud.

The fire-king. Dramatic cantata. Music by Walter Austin.

No. I in M.194.2
Haring, Charles.

Mam'zelle Colombe. Opera-comique en i acte de J. Jac-

auin. Musique de Ch. Haring. [Partition chant at piano.]

Bordeaux. Marchand. [1891.] No. i in M.276.16

Harington, Henry, M.D.

Alas, what boast. [Glee, a. t. b.] (/n Clementi. Collection

of catches. Vol. ?,, pp. 70, 71.I

No. 210 in M.110.1.3; No. 210 in M.iio.2.3

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

The alderman's thumb. Glee [a. t. b.]. (/n The Apollo.
Vol. I, pp. 45-48.) No. 18 in M.isga.iS.i

Also to be found in The Harmonist ; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of
glees.

The assignation. See his Come, where shall we walk?
Beneath the silent rural cell. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In Clementi.

Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 107.)

No. 170 in M.110.1.2; No. 170 in M.iio.2.2

Also to be found in Collection of glees and catches ; The Harmonist ;

Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.
Benedictio ante CEenam [s. a. b.]. (In The Harmonist.

Vol. 6, pp. 7^, 74.) No. 20 in M.218.8.6

Come, where shall we walk? Catch [for .3 voices]. (In

Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. I.S7.)

No. 6r in M.220.9.2
Damon and Clora. Duett fs. t.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 5.

pp. 375, 376.) No. 15 in M.i39a.i8.5

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection; The Harmonist;
Social harmony; Webbc, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Gentle sighs. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In The Harmonist. Vol. 4.
pp. 60, 61.) No. 20 in M.21S.8.4

Give me the sweet delights. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In
Amusement for the ladies. Vol. 4. P- IQ-) No. 7 in M.220.3.4
Also to be found in Apollo ; Bland's The Ladies' collection ; dementi's
Collection of catches ; Flowers of harmony ; The Harmonist ; Warren's
Cocks's Hand-book of glees ; Warren's Collection of catches ; Webbe,
Jr.'s Convito armonico.



Harington, Henry, M.D. (Continued.)

Hark, hark! ding, ding. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Clementi.
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 81.)

No. i,S4 in M.110.1.2; No. 154 in M.iio.2.2
Also to be found in The Harmonist ; Warren's Collection of catches.

How great is the pleasure. Catch a 3 voci. (In The Apollo.
Vol. I, p. 38.) No. IS in M.i39a.i8.i

Also to be found in Apollonian harmony; Bland's The Ladies' collec-
tion ; dementi's Collection of catches ; Ditson's The Orphean lyre ;
The Harmonist; Musical library; Social harmony; Webbe, Jr.'s Con-
vito armonico.

How sweet in the woodlands. Duetto [x. T.]. (In The
Apollo. Vol. 5, pp. 373, 374-) No. 14 in M.i39a.i8.S

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; dementi's Collec-
tion of catches; The Harmonist; Social harmony; Webbe, Jr.'s Con-
vito armonico.

I can not sing this catch. See his Laughing catch.

lanthe the lovely. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In The Harmonist.
Vol. 8, p. .5S-57-) No. 14 in M.218.8.8

In mare micat piscis. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In The Har-
monist. Vol. 4, p. 80.) No. 2Q in M.218.8.4

Isabel. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In The Harmonist. Vol. 3.
p. 80.) No. 2S in M.218.8.3

Laughing catch. [For 3 voices.] (In The Apollo. Vol. 4,
p. 310.) No. 16 in M.i39a.i8.4

Also to be found in Flowers of harmony ; The Harmonist ; Social har-
mony ; Warren's Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Look, neighbours, look. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In The
Apollo. Vol. I, p. 22.) No. 10 in M.i39a.i8.i

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; dementi's Collec-
tion of catches ; Flowers of harmony ; The Harmonist ; Social har-
mony ; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees ; Warren's Collection of
catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Merry Peg. Canon 3 in i. (In The Harmonist. Vol. 8, pp.

70, 71.) No. ig in M.2i8.8.8

Now we've met like jovial fellows. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In

Apollonian harmony. Vol. i, pp. 56, 57.)

No. 40 in M.141.21.1

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection; The Harmonist;

Social harmony.

Oh that I had wings. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In The Har-
monist. Vol. 5, p. 80.) No. 25 in M.218.8.5

O thou, whose notes. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Clementi., Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 92-95.)

No. 220 in M.i 10.1.3; No. 220 in M.iio.2.3
Also to be found in Collection of glees and catches; The Harmonist;
Warren's Collection of catches.

Poor Absalom is dead. Round for 3 voices. (Jn The Har-
monist. Vol. 8, p. 77.) No. 23 in M.218.8.8

Quaker's wedding. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Amusement
for the ladies. Vol. i, p. 52.) No. 20 in M.220.3.1

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

Rex, lex and pontifex. Glee [x. x. b.]. (In The Harmonist.
Vol. 4, pp. 58, 59.) No. 18 in M.218.8.4

The stammering glee [x. x. b.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 3,
pp. 206-209.) No. 10 in M.i39a.i8.3

Also to be found in The Harmonist.

Sweet doth blush the rosy morning. Duetto [x. b.]. (In
The Apollo. Vol. i, p. 57.) No. 21 in M.i39a.i8.i

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; dementi's Col-
lection of catches ; Flowers of harmony ; The Harmonist ; Social har-
mony ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

'Tis humdrum. See his Yawning catch.

Ut queant laxis resonate fibris. Canon (with a free bass).
(In Hullah. Part music. Sacred. Vol. 2, pp. 16-20.)

No. 8 in M.i57.28.a

Weep, gentle shepherds. Elegy [s. s. a. x. b.]. (/n Amuse-
ment for the ladies. Vol. 3, pp. 42-44.) No. 10 in M.220.3.3
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

Why must I die for thee? Duet [s. s.]. (hi Flowers of
harmony. Vol. 3, pp. 20, 21.) No. 6 in M.157.18.3

Yawning catch [for 3 voices]. (In Apollonian harmony.
Vol. I, p. 50.) No. 42 in M.141.21.1

Also to be found in Flowers of harmony; Social harmony; Warren's
Collection of catches.



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Harisch



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC



Harmonist



Harisch, J. L.

Mannschaft an Bord. Komische Operette. Musik von G.
von Zaytz. No. 5 in M.391.20

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding. Anthem. Buck, D.

No. 6 in M.ago.ii
Harkt above us on the mountain. Glee. Kreutzer, C.

No. 12 in M.20S.10.3J etc.
Hark, Apollo strikes the lyre. Glee. Bishop, H. R.

No. 34 in M.I57.I9; etc.
Hark! Death throws its portals open. Chorus. Himmel.

No. 44 in M.190.3
Hark, from afar. Catch. Webbe, S. No. 80 in M.220.9.3

Hark! from yon ruin'd abbey. Glee. Linley, W. Eight glees.

M.23S.3
Hark, hark, a merry note I hear. Part song. [German.] (In
HuUah. Part music. Secular. Vol. 2, p. 94-06.)

No. 22 in M.157.28.2
Hark, hark! ding, ding. Catch. Harington, H.

No. 154 in M.110.1.2; etc.
HarkI hark! each Spartan hound. Glee. Bishop, H. R.

No. 13 in M.237.9; etc.
Hark! hark! from spheres above. Glee. Shield.

No. 29 in M.23S.14
Hark! hark! it is the evening breeze. Part-song. Abt, F.

No. 25 in M.I5Z.6.1
Hark! hark! methinks I hear. Duet. Pepusch.

No. 192 in M.21S.21

Hark! hark! my soul. Motet. Buck, D. No. 2 in M.ioo.4.2

Hark! hark! the lark. Part-song.

KuECKEN. No. 25 in M.igs.i.is

Macf.\rren, G. a. No. 13 in m. 195.1.4

Hark! hark! to the voices. Part-song. Gerrish. The Gerrish

collection. No. 510 in M.158.26

Hark, Harry. Catch. Eccles. No. 44 in M.i 10.2.1; etc.

PuRCELL, H. No. 83 in M.iii.4.3

Hark! heard ye not? Glee. Goss, J. No. 21 in M.205.10.1

Hark, how the birds. Madrigal. Lahee. No. 21 in 11.195.1.2

Hark, how the woods do ring. Catch. White, R.

No. Ill in M.23S.17.1; etc.
Hark, Italy's music. Glee. Horn, C. E. No. 3 in M. 1393.18.6
Hark, my Daridcar. Duet. Purcell, H. No. 9 in M.2 18.8.3; etc.
Hark, my soul, it is the Lord. Anthem. Price, C. E. B.

No 12 in M.158.19
Hark! the angels singing. Carol. Cobb, A. T. No. 8 in M.158.IS
Hark, the birds. Madrigal. Linley, Thomas, Jr.

No. 24 in M.220.g.4
Hark, the bonny Christ church bells. Catch. Aldrich, H.

No. 27 in M.i39a.i8.i ; etc.
Hark! the cock crows. Glee. Callcott, J. W. Collection of
glees. Vol. 3. No. 12 in M.234.1.3

Hark, the convent bells. Part-song. Hatton.

No. .35 in M.195.1.6
Hark! the curfew's solemn sound. Glee. Attwood.

No. I in M.157.7
Hark! the goddess Diana. Duet. Spofforth.

No. 120 in M.235.17.5

Hark, the herald angels sing. Hymn. Ions. No. 18 in M. 175. 1.8

Price, C. E. B. No. 14 in M.158.19

Pye. No. 40 in M.IS7.3

Hark, the hollow woods. Duet. Smith, J. S.

No. 74 in M.23S.17.4; etc.
Hark, the hollow woods. Glee. Smith, J. S.

No. 5 in M. 1393.18.7; etc.
Hark! the lads and lasses merry. [Welsh melody.] Harmo-
nized for 4 voices. (In The Choralist. Vol. i. series a.)

No. 40 in M.157.5.1
Hark, the lark. Glee. Cooke, B. No. ii in M.158.15; etc.

Hark! the merry bells. Chorus. Bishop, H. R. Complete col-
lection of glees. Vol. 7. M.235.1.7
Hark! the merry drum. Part-song. Krug, F. No. 6 in M.205.10.1
Hark! the midwatch bell. Quartet. Bishop, H. R. Complete
collection of glees. Vol. 4. M.235.14



Hark, the nightingale. Catch. Smith, J. S.

No. 24 in M.i39a.i8.i ; etc.
Hark! the silver trumpets. Round. Rodwell. No. 9 in 114.235.16
Hark! the solemn distant bell. Quartet. Bishop, H. R. Com-
plete collection of glees. Vol. 4. M.235.1.4
Hark! the solemn music pealing. Part-song. Donizetti.

No. 9 in M.244.10.1
Hark! the swains are calling. Part-song. Monk.

No. 41 in M.121.3
Hark! the trumpet calleth. Part-song. Buck, D. S four part
songs for male voices. No. 3 in M.203.7

Hark! the vesper hymn. Anthem. Stevenson. No. 8 in M. 190.8
Hark! the village bells. Part-song. Shaw, J. No. 13 in 11.204.36.5
Hark, the village maids are singing. Chorus. Cherubini.

No. 20 in M.157.28.1
Hark! 'tis the breeze. Chorus. Rousseau, J. J.

No. 20 in M.221.22.3
Hark! 'tis the Indian drum. Part-song. Bishop, H. R.

No. Sin 11.157.23; etc.
Hark! 'tis the voice of the falling flood. Glee. Bishop, H. R.
Complete collection of glees. Vol. 4. M.235.1.4

Hark to the voices! Part-song. Bishop, H. R.

No. 16 in M.244.10.4
Hark! what mean those holy voices. Carol. Sullivan, A. S.

No. 10 in M.1S8.20

Hark! what sing the heav'nly choir. Anthem. Latrobe, C. I.

Original anthems. No. 30 in M.236.15

Hark you, my dear. Catch. Arne, T. A. No. 40 in M.iio.i.i ; etc.

Harlacher, August, translator.

Heise. Koenig und Marschalk. M.38g.42

Harland, John, editor.

The songs of the Wilsons: with a memoir of the family,

and several additional songs never before published. 2d

edition. Lonaon. Whittaker & Co. 1866. M.372.27

Harlequin Asmodeus. Pantomime. Ware. No. 3 in M.390.40

Harlequin Dr. Faustus. Opera. For the Music see Arnold, S.

Harmonia sacra. Church music. White, E. L. M.i 10.7

Harmonic Society of Cambridge.

A second collection of glees, rounds, & canons, for 2, 3, 4, 5
& 6 voices. Composed by members of the Harmonic So-
ciety of Cambridge, and publish'd by Charles Hague.
Cambridge. [ I79.S ?1 No. 5 in M.340.15

Harmonick Club, Boston.

White, Z. G. An address fon the history of music] deliv-
ered before the Harmonick Club, December 21, 1808.

No. 3 in M.373.63

Harmonicon, The. A [monthly] journal of music. Vol. i-ii.

London. Pinnock [etc.]. 1823-33. 11 v. in 21. Portrait.

M.174.2

Each volume except the last is divided into two parts, text and music.
Harmonics.

Cooke, H. Some remarks on the Greek theory of tuning

instruments . . . [London. 1805?] M.123.26

Harmonie, Der. Cantata. For the Music see Tschirch, F. W.

For the Libretto see Rueffer.
Harmonie. Part-song. Oelschlaeger. Hoho! du stolzes

Made! I No. 20 in M.3g2.37

Wassermann. No. 228 in M. 147.4

Harmonie et melodic. Criticism. Saint-Saens. M. 127.14

Harmonie, Die, in der Ehe. Quartet. Haydn, F. J. Neun

Quartetten. No. 3 in M.203.8; etc.

Harmonist, The. A select collection of ancient and modern

glees, catches, canons, &c. London. Wheatstone. [179-?]

8 V. M.218.8

Contents. — I. Dyne : Fill the bowl with rosy wine. — Harington : The
alderman's thumb. — Wainwright : Life's a bumper. — Callcott : Peace
to the souls. — Webbe : The mighty conqueror. — Callcott : When
Arthur first. — Danby : When Sappho tun'd. — Callcott; Who comes
so dark. — Paxton ; Breathe soft, ye winds. — Webbe : O come, o
bella. — Harington : How great is the pleasure. — Smith : What shall
he have. — Smith : Return blest days. — Shield : What is love. —
Paxton : How sweet, how fresh. — Scotland : Lightly tread. — The
nightingale. — Baildon : When gay Bacchus. — Callcott: Ye gentle-
men of England. — The silver swan. — Harington ; Look, neighbours.



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look! — Stevenson: Come buy my cherrys. — Byrd : Non nobis,
Domine. — Jenkins: A boat, a boat. — Aldrich : Hark! the bonny
Christ Church bells. — Uxor mea. — Paxton: Catch on a pinch of
snuff. 2. Callcott: To all you ladies. — Webbe: Glorious Apollo. —
Abrams : And must we part. — Ireland: How sleep the brave. —
Jackson: Time has not thin*d my flowing hair. — Harington: The
stammering glee. — Rogers: Come, come all noble souls. — Morn-
ington : Here in cool grot. — Webbe: To God who sits enthron'd, —
Danby: Awake Aeolian lyre. — Stevens: Ye spotted snakes. —
Shield: Origin of kissing. — Webbe: Is it night. — Callcott: Fairies'
glee. — Webbe : Let kings for empire. — Este : How merrily we
live. — Freeman : Of all the brave birds. — Lawes : Great Tom is
cast. — Callcott: Ah, how Sophia. — Harington: Give me the sweet
delights. — Harrison: Lullaby. — Ford: Since first I saw your face.

— Webbe: Come live with me. — Travers: Haste, my Nannette. —
Drink to me only with thine eyes. — Hayes: Old chairs to mend. —
Hayes : Winde gentle evergreen. — Harington : Laughing catch. — ■
Purcell : Fye, nay, prithee, John. — Giardini : Beviamo tutti tre. 3.
Callcott: The Derbyshire ram. — Eccles: Fill, fill all your glasses. —
Webbe: Wou'd you know my Celia's charms. — Mozart: The manly
heart. — Jackson : Love in thine eyes. — Oh my love, lov'st thou me.
— • Five times by the taper light. — Stevenson: I'll think on thee. —
Purcell : Hark, my Daridcar. — Sylvia, sweet as morning air. —
Florio : All I wish in her obtaining. — Boyce: Together let us range.

— Cou'd a man be secure. — As I saw fair Clora. — Begone, dull care.
• — Harington: How sweet in the woodlands. — Callcott: Lordly gal-
lants. — Shield: O happy fair. — Callcott: Forgive, blest shade. —
Travers: I, my dear, was born today. — Atterbury: Sweet enslaver.

— Battishill : I lov'd thee beautiful. — Purcell: Now we are met. —
Harington: The Quaker's wedding. — Harington: Isabel. 4. Mor-
ley: Good morrow, fair ladies. — Webbe: As o'er the varied meads.

— Callcott: Lochaber. — Stevens: Sigh no more, ladies. — Morley:
Now is the month of Maying. — Harington: On a musician's tomb.

— Smith: Let us, my Lesbia. — Danby: Fair Flora. — Danby: The
fairest flow'rs. — Morley: See, see mine own sweet jewel. — Cooke:
Hark, the lark! — Here's a health to all good lasses. — Harington:
Beneath the silent rural cell. — Callcott: Weave the crimson web of
war. — Ireland: Return, my lovely maid. — Carey: Curst be the
wretch. — Morley: Lady, those eyes of yours. — Harington: Rex,
lex and pontifex. — Hilton: Turn, Amarillis. — Harington: Gentle
sighs. — Kelly: Megan oh, — Carter: O Nanny, wilt thou gang with
me. — And does a fond emotion. — Mozart: Adieu, thou soft flowing
stream. — Storace: Sweet little Barbara. — Hilton: Come, let us all
a-maying go. — Smith: Hark, hark the nightingale. — Purcell: Mr.
Speaker. — Harington: In mare micat piscis. — Nelham: Cuckoo,
good neighbours. 5. Welcome the covert. — Take, O take. — Haring-
ton : Now we're met. — Webbe: Stay, Daphne, stay. — Jenner:
Ancient Phillis. — • Rauzzini: Yes, Henry, yes. — Webbe: Discord,
dire sister. — Reeve: The gypsies glee. — Callcott: Lone dweller on
the rock. — Boyce: Swiftly from the mountains brow. — Webbe: Thy
voice, O harmony. — Paxton: Go, Damon, go. — Morley: Comely
swain. — Ye banks and braes. — Harington: Damon and Clora. —
Ame: Thou soft flowing Avon. — Baildon: Adieu to the village. —
Harington : The Egyptian love song. — Purcell : Jack, thou'rt a toper.

— Stevenson: Alas, poor Lubin! — O thou wert born to please me.
Arne: If 'tis joy to wound a lover. — Arne: When Phoebus the tops.



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