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Tars' song [a. t. t. B.l. (In Novello's Part-song book. 2d
series. Vol. 7, PP. 67-75;.) No. 14 in M. 195. 1.7

To Julia. A four-part song for a. t. bar. b. (In The Or-
pheus. New series. Vol. i, pp. 89-9.3.) No. 18 in M.20S.10.1

Twilight. Sacred song [s. A. T. B.]. (In Novello's Part-song
book. 2d series. Vol. 13, PP. 41-44-) No. 9 in M.19S.1.13

Twilight now is round us. Bolero [s. a. t. b.1. (In No-
vello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 13, PP. 4'5-50.)

No. 10 in M.195.1.13

Uncle Grayling, or Queen of the Thames, or The anglers.
Operetta. . . . The poetry by F. Fitz Ball [Edward Ball].
The music by J. S. Hatton. [Accomp. for piano.] Lon-
don. D'Almaine & Co. [184-?] M.292.22

The village blacksmith [s. a. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song
book. 2d series. Vol. 6. pp. 60-66.) No. 13 in M.195.1.6

Same. [a. t. b. b.] (In Same. Vol. 7. PP- 100-106.)

No. 19 in M.195.1.7

The village dance. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-
song book. 2d series. Vol. 6, pp. 137-143)

No. 27 in M.195.1.6



Hatton. John Liptrot. (Continued.)

Wandering minstrels. Four-part song. (In The Choralist
Series 9, pp. 18-23.) No. 13 in M.157.10

Warriors' song [a. t. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song book.
2d series. Vol. 7, pp. 3-7.) No. 2 in M.195.1.7

The waterfall. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song
book. 2d series. Vol. 6, pp. 149-IS3.) No. 29 in M.195.1.6
The way to build a boat [a. t. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-
song book. 2d series. Vol. 7, pp. 121-129.)

No. 22 in M.195.1.7
What is got by sighing? A four-part song. (In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 13, pp. =;i-5';.)

No. II in M.195.1.13
What say the clouds? [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?]

No. 21 in M.244.10.2
When evening's twilight [s. A. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-
song book. 2d series. Vol. 6, pp. 1, 2.) No. i in M.195.1.6
Same. [a. t. t. b.] (In Same. Vol. 7, pp. i, 2.)

No I in M.195.1.7

Also to be found [for s. s. A.] in Novello's Collection of trios.

Where are the angels, mother? [s. s. a. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. i, pp.
88-93.) No. II in M.204.36.1

Where shall the lover rest? A four-part song. (In No-
vello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 13, PP- .';6-59.)

No. 12 in M.195.1.13
"Whether kiss'd by sunbeams." A four-part song. (In No-
vello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 6, pp. 120-124.)

No. 24 in M.195.1.6
Who hath bound the deep, deep river. See his Jack Frost.
Who will to the greenwood hie? [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Leader & Cock. [i8s-?]

No. 16 in M.244.10.2
The wood thrush. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] No. 20 in M.244.10.2
The wrecked hope. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-
song book. 2d series. Vol. 13, pp. 36-40.)

No. 8 in M.I95-I-I3
Youth, joy and hope [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. I, pp. 94-101.)

No. 12 in M.204,36.1
Zephyrs soft. Four-part song. (In The Choralist. Series
9, pp. 24-26.) No. 14 in M.1S7.10

Hauch, Johannes Carsten.

Winter und Lenz. Concertstuck von Emil Hartmann.

No. I in M.202.22
Hauch, Ein, ist unser Leben. Cantata. For the Music see

Zumsteeg, J. R.
Hauer, Carl.

Mannerquartette. Op. 41- Berlin. [186-?] No. 7 in M.392.36

Coirtents. — Wo find' ich mein Lieb? — Der Postilion. — Traume sind
Schaume. — Mauskatzchen. — Du bist so still.

Haug, Johann Christoph Friedrich.

Elbondokani. Ein Singspiel. Mit Musik von Zumsteeg.

M. 152.11
Catch. Callcott, J. W.

No. 91 in M.220.9.4
For the Music see Storace. For
J.



Haughty wife, The, of Jove.



Haunted tower. The. Opera.
the Libretto see Cobb,
Haupt, A. See Haupt, Carl August.
Haupt, Carl August.

Choralbuch zum hauslichen Gebrauch. Enthaltend 109
Choral-Melodieen, mit Text, einfach 4Stimmig und leicht
ausfuhrbar fiir Clavier, Orgel . . . und Gesang bearbeitet.
Berlin. Schlesinger. [186-?] M.l.57.9
Theory of counterpoint, fugue, and double counterpoint.
Prepared expressly for the Royal Institute for Church
Music, at Berlin, Prussia. Translated ... by H. Clar-
ence Eddy. New York. Schirmer. [1876.] M.37I.4I
Haupt, Carl August, editor.
Thiele, J. F. L. Adagio. No. 11 in M.312.48
Chrnmatische Fantasie und Fuge. No. 7 in M.312.48



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No. 10 in M.312.48

No. 8 in M.312.48

No. 12 in M.312.48

M.281.27



Haupt, Carl August, editor. (Continued.)

Concertsatz (C-moll).

Concert-Satz in C moll (No. i).

Theraa mit Variationen (As dur)

Haupt, Markus Theodor von, translator.

Carafa. La violette.
Haupt, Therese. See Lehmann-Haupt, Theresa.
Hauptmann, Gerhart Johann Robert.

Die versunkene Glocke. Musikdrama von Heinrich Zoell-
ner. M.402.61

Hauptmann, Lorenz.

Te Deum fiir 4 Mannerstimmen mit willkiihrl. Be.srleitung
der Orgel. Op. 3. Wien. Diabelli & Co. [184-?!

No. 2 in M.202.16
Hauptmann, Moritz.

Am Caecilientage. Hymne fiir 2 Chore und Solostimmen,
mit Pianoforte-Begleitung. Leipzig. Siegel. fiSs-?!

No. 4 in M.270.49

Auf dem See. Gedicht von Goethe fiir 4 Solostimmen und

vierstimmigen Chor componirt . . . von M. Hauptmann.

Op. 21. KlavierauszuR. Neue Ausgabe. Leipzig. Breit-

kopf & Hartel. ri86s?l No. 4 in M.204.18

Briefe ... an Franz Hauser. Herausgegeben von Alfred

Schone. Band i. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1871.

Portrait. M.I37.I4

Briefe ... an Ludwig Spohr und Andere. Herausgegeben

von Ferdinand Hiller. Neue Folge der Hauptmann'schen

Briefe. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1876.

No. I in M.217.9
Pages J2I-235 contain a list of Hauptmann's published works.
Drei geistliche Chorgesange fiir s. a. t. b. Leipzig. Siegel.
f i86-?l No. 5 in M.I57.22

Contents. — Zuversicht. — Gebet. — Bei der Trauung.

Drei Kirchenstiicke fiir Chor und Orchester. Op. 4.3- Par-
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [i86-?l ^ parts in
I V. No. 1-3 in M.204.18

Contents. — I. Nicht so ganz wirst meiner du vergessen. 2. Und Gottes
Weg ist dennoch gut. 3. Du, Herr, zeigst mir den rechten Weg.

Drei Motetten ... fiir Chor und Solostimmen fohne Be-
gleitungl. Leipzig. Siegel. [186-?! 3 v. in i.

No. 7-9 in M.270.49
Contents. — 1. Christe, du Lamm Gottes. 2. Gott sei uns gnadig. 3.
Lobe den Herrn, meine Seele.

Ehre sei Gott in der Hohe! fMannerchor.l (/n Das Riitli.
Pp. 6-1 1.) No. 2 in M.147.4

Flora. A trio fs. s. s. Accomp. for pianoforte! . (/« No-
vello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 5, PP- 107-109.)

No. 21 in M.204.36.S

God, my strength. Prayer. (In Buck. Motette collection.
Vol. I, pp. 6Q-71.) No. 18 in M.100.4.1

Also to be found in Parker's Sacred choruses.

Gretchen vor dem Bilde der Mater dolorosa aus Gothe's
Faust. Gesang mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 3-
Die Clavierbegleitung fiir Orchester eingerichtet von
Franz von Holstein. Partitur. Leipzig. Fritzsch. 1872.

No. .S in M.204.18

Herr, hore mein Gebet. [Motette fur Chor, ohne Beglei-
tung.l Leipzig. Siegel. [186-?] No. 3 in M.270.49

„Herr, wer wird wohnen in deinem Haus?" Motette fiir
Chor und Solostimmen [ohne Begleitungl. Leipzig. Sie-
gel. ri8.=;-?l No. 10 in M.270.49

HimmelsHcht. [Mannerchor.] (/n Das Riitli. Pp. 72, 73)

No. 27 in M.147.4

I, with her my darling. fPart-song, t. t. b. B.l (In Chick-
ering collection. Vol. i, p. 74-) No. .33 in M.392.48.1

Komm, heil'ger Geist. Motette. [Ohne Begleitung.] Leip-
zig. Siegel. ri8s-?l No. 2 in M.270.4g
The last two pages are supplied in manuscript.

Lauda, anima. Offertoire pour 4 voix, avec acct. d'orgue ou
de piano, ad-lib. CEuv. 15. Paris. Richault. [185-?]

No. .S in M.260.10.3

Same. [English version by Allen A. Brown.] Boston.
Koppitz, Priifer & Co. [187-? Caecilia.] No. 26 in M. 190.3



Hauptmann, Moritz. (Continued.)

Letters of a Leipzig cantor. Edited by Alfred Schone and
Ferdinand Hiller. Translated by A. D. Coleridge. Lon-
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. i8q2. 2 v. M.io5.ro
Catalogue of Hauptmann's compositions, vol. 2, pp. 288-296.

Live we singing. A trio [s. s. s. Accomp. for pianoforte].
(In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 5, pp. 110-112.)

No. 22 in M.204.36.S

Macht hoch die Thiir'. [Motette fiir Chor, ohne Beglei-
tung.] Siegel. i86-?1 No. =; in M.270.40

Messe fiir Solo- und Chorstimmen mit Begleitung des
Orchesters . . . Vollstandiger Clavierauszug. Op. 30.
Leipzig. Peters. [184-?] No. 4 in M.222.23

Nimm von uns, Herr Gott. Motette fiir Chor und Solo-
stimmen. [Ohne Begleitung.] Leipzig. Siegel. [186-?]

No. I in M.270.49

O come, let us worship. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Buck.
Motette collection. Vol. i, pp. .i;-!!.) No. i in M.100.4.1

O why, O why, if thou art mine. A trio [s. s. s. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc.
Vol. S, pp. 104-106.) No. 20 in M.204.36.S

Plead Thou my cause. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Buck.
Motette collection. Vol. i, pp. 40-43.) No. 10 in M.100.4.1

Praise thou the Lord. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Buck.
Motette collection. Vol. i, op. 8'^-87.) No. 22 in M.100.4.1

Quartett, no. i [in E flat, for 2 violins, viola and violon-
cello]. Op. 7, no. I. [Full score.] Manuscript. [1895.]
This copy was made by A. A. Brown. No. 2 in M.338.12

Quartett, no 2 [in C, for 2 violins, viola und violoncelle].
Op. 7, no. 2. [Full score.] Manuscript. [189s. 1
This copy was made by A. A. Brown. No. 3 in M. 338. 12

Salve Regina, a 4 voci pieno con organo o piano forte ad lib.
Bonno. Simrock. [184-?] No. 3 in M.260.10.1

Sechs geistliche Gesange fiir vierstimmigen Chor. Leipzig.
Siegel. [186-?] No. 4 in M.IS7.22

Contents. — Nimm mir Alles, Gott, mein Gott I O theures Gotteswort.
. — Nun, Herr, wess soUt' ich mich getrosten? — Du bist ja doch der
Herr. — Wie ein wasserreicher Garten. — Sei still dem Herrn und wart*
auf ihn.

Sechs geistliche Gesange fiir s. a. t. b. Leipzig. Kistncr.
[i8.S-?l No. 3 in M.IS7.22

Contents. — Morgengesang. — Bittgesang. — Trauungslied. — Gott
mein Heil. — Leben in Gott. — Abendlied.

Sechs Lieder von Goethe, fiir s. a. t. b., in Musik gesetzt.
Leipzig. Peters. [i8.=;-?] No. i in M. 157.22

Contents. — Im Sommer. — Wanderers Nachtlied. — Mailied. — Hei-
denroslein. — Friihzeitiger Friihling. — Geistesgruss.

Sechs vierstimmige Lieder fiir s. a. t. b. Leipzig. Breitkopf
& Hartel. [185-?] No. 2 in M.1S7.22

Contents. — Siingerfahrt. — Zigeunerlied. — Frtihlingsliebe. — Abend-
lied. — Fruhlingslied. — Waldeinsamkeit.

Six motets, for s. a. t. b., to be sung without accomp. [Ac-
comp. for organ ad lib.] London. Ewer & Co. [186-?]

6 parts in i v. No. 1-6 in M.2go.9.2

Contents. — I. Source of all light. 2. Evening prayer. 3. O come, let
us worship. 4. Thou art my salvation. 5. Hymn: Lord, Thy tender
mercies. 6. Life in God.

Thou, O Lord, wilt ne'er forget. [Accomp. for organ. 1 (In
Buck. Motette collection. Vol. 2, pp. 165-160.)

No. 38 in M. 100.4.3

„Sei mir gnadig, Gott." Psalm fiir 2 vierstimmige Chore
und 4 Solostimmen. Leipzig. Siegel. [186-?]

No. II in M.270.49

Summer morning. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Chickering
collection. Vol. 2, p. 38.) No. 18 in M.392.48.9

Vocalmesse fiir Chor- und Solostimmen. Op. 18. Leipzig.
Siegel. [i8S2?l No. 6 in M.201.6

Walte, walte nah und fern. [Motette fiir Chor, ohne Be-
gleitung.] Leipzig. Siegel. [186-?] No. 6 in M.270.49

25 Album-Canons. Op. ^9- Herausgegeben von S. Jadas-
sohn. Leipzig. Kistner. [i868.] No. 3 in M.391.44

Zwei Marienlieder fiir eine Mezzosopran-Stimme mit Be-
gleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 58. Leipzig. Kistner.

[1866?] No. 27 in M.201.33

Contents. — Canzonetta alia Madonna di Frascati. — Ave Maria.



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Hauptmann, Moritz. Works about.

Paul, O. Moritz Hauptmann. Eine Denkschrift zur Feier
seines siebenzigjahrigen Geburtstages. Leipzig. 1862.

No. 2 in M.2i7.g
Hauptmann's Weib. Song. Schumann, R. A. Myrthen.
Heft 4. No. 5 in M.244.15.1 ; etc.

Hausegger, Siegmund von.

Barbarossa. Symphonische Dichtung in drei Satzen fitr

grosses Orchester. Partitur. Berlin. Ries & Erler.

r 1901.1 M.406.1S

Dionysische Phantasie. Symphonische Dichtung fiir grosses

Orchester. Partitur. Berlin. Ries & Erler. riQ02.1

M.406.16
Wieland der Schmied. Symphonische Dichtung fiir grosses
Orchester. Partitur. Berlin. Ries & Erler. [1004.!

M.406.17
Zinnober. Humoristisch-fantastische Handlung in drei
Aufziigen nach E. T. A. Hoffmanns Erzahlung: "Klein
Zaches, genannt Zinnober." Dichtung und Musik von
Siegmund v. Hausegger. Vollstandiger Klavierauszug
mit Text. Koln. Ahn. i8q6. M.382.29

Hausegger, Siegmund von. Works about.

ScHULZE, A. Siegmund von Hausegger, Barbarossa. Er-
lautert. Leipzig, figoo?] No. 19 in M.217.12.9

Hauser, Carl.

Madelaine, oder die Rose der Champagne. Komische Ope-
rette. Musik von Ludwig Englander. M.305.36

Hauser, Michael.

Aus dem Wanderbuche eines osterreichischen Virtuosen.
Briefe aus Californien, Siidamerika und Australien. Her-
ausgegeben von S. Hauser. 2. Ausgabe. Leipzig. Grunow.
i860. 2 V. in I. M.128.17

Premiere rapsodie: La hongroise. Melodic originale pour
violon avec accompagnement de piano. Op. 43. Leipzig.
Schuberth & Co. fiSg-?! No. 7 in M.406.6

Hauser, Moritz Heinrich.
Sechs Lieder fiir vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. i.^. Leip-
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1854?! No. .V in M.392.10
Contents. — Weinlied. — Heimwarts. — Wachet autl — Minnelied. —
Kriegslied. — Scheiden.

Hauser, Sigmund, editor.

Hauser, M. Aus dem Wanderbuche eines osterreichischen

Virtuosen. Leipzig, i860. M. 128.17

Hausirer, Der. Ofera. For the Music see Onslow. For the

Libretto see Planard.
Hausmann, Otto.

Des Liedes Heimath. Dichtung . . . komponirt von Jo-
hannes Pache. No. 2 in M.212.13
Same. The source of song. [Poem set to music by Jo-
hannes Pache.] No. 5 in M.203.19
Haute esperance garnie d'amour. Sonp. Dangecort. M.236.10
Hautfeuille, Jean de.

Probleme d'acoustique, curieux et interessant, dont la solu-
tion est proposee aux savans, d'apres les idees qu'en a lais-
sees M. I'Abbe de Hautfeuille [par M. * * *1. Paris.

Varin. 1787. Plate. . ^ M.370.13

A selection of Hautfeuille's essays, with introciuctton and notes, name-
ly : Explication de I'effet des trompettes parlantes; L'art de respirer
sous I'eau ; Extrait de I'ouvrage, Balance magnetique ; Lettre k M.
Bourdelot : Extrait d'une Dissertation sur la cause d'echo.

Havanaise. For violin and orchestra. Saint-Saens.

No. 7 in M.40S.53

Have a carel Part-sonq. Schumann, R. A. No. 18 in M.20S.10.7

Have I found her? Madrigal. Bateson. No. 40 in M.237.IS; etc

Have mercy. Lord, on me. Anthem. Blow. No. 8 in M. 157.34

Paisiello. No. 3 in M.236.16

Have mercy, O Lord. .4nthem. Mozart. No. 2 in M.260.11; etc.

Have mercy upon me. Anthem.

Allen, G. B. Fifteen anthems. No. 11 in M.233-I

Barnby. No. 13 in M.243.10

GiBBS. No. 22 in M.290.34

Handel. Werke. Lieferung 34. M.313.1.34

Lassus. No. 27 in M.233.2S.1

Nares. No. .36 in H.290.22.a

Pflueger. No. 7 in M. 158.19



Have mercy upon me, O God. Anthem. Greene, M. Forty

select anthems. Vol. 2. M.233.7.2

Humfrey. No. 24 in M.233.23.3

Steggall. No. 7 in M. 190.8; etc.

Have you any work for the tinker? Catch. Nelham.

No. 12 in M.i39a.i8.6; etc.
Have you never seen? Catch. Elton. No. 221 in M.220.9.1

Have you not in a chimney seen? Catch [for 4 voices], (/n
Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 178.)

No. 77 in M.220.g.2
Have you seen the virgin snow? Glee. Cooke, B.

No. no in M.220.9.3; etc.
Have you Sir John Hawkins' hist'ry? Catch. Callcott, J. W.

No. 52 in M.220.3.4
Havens, Charles Arthur.

Beautiful Zion. [s. a. t. b.] Boston. Ditson & Co. 1877.
[Four sacred songs.] No. 28 in M.igo.3

Christ the Lord is risen. Easter anthem. [Accomp. for
violin, harp and organ.] Chicago. Summy. [iSg.-?.]

No. 27 in M.158.17

Gaily we ride. Four-part song. Boston. Ditson & Co.

1877. No. 27 in M.190.3

He giveth His beloved sleep. [Solo, s. or a., and chorus.

Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Ditson & Co. 1877. [Four

sacred songs.] No. 20 in 1*1.190.3

How sweetly flowed the Gospel sound. [Quartet and solo,

A. or B. Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Ditson & Co.

1876. No. 32 in M.190.3

Jesus, I my cross have taken. [Quartet and solo, s. or t.

Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Ditson & Co. 1876.

No. 31 in M.190.3
Magnificat (Easter anthem). [Accomp. for organ.] Bos-
ton. Ditson & Co. 1876. No. 30 in M.igo.3
Softly fades the twilight ray. [Quartet and solo. a. or s.
Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Ditson & Co. 1876.

No. 3 in M.190.3
Sun of my soul. [Quartet and solo, a. or s. Accomp. for
organ.] Boston. Ditson & Co. 1876. No. 37 in M. 190.3
Three sacred quartets. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Dit-
son & Co. 1876. 3 parts in i v. No. 34-36 in M.190.3
Contents, — I. The Lord is in His holy temple. 2. Jesus, lover of my
soul. 3. Trisagion and Sanctus.

Haverfield, Thomas Tunstall, editor.

Ferine sacrte; or, short notes on the great festivals of the
church, and the services . . . with appropriate chants and
hymns. London. Ollivier. 1847. M.121.S

Havergal, Frances Ridley.

The mountain maidens. Cantata. Music by Frank Romer.

No. 4 in M.204.25

National hymn. [Music by Rossini.] No. 7 in M.28o.3a

Sacred songs for little singers. Music composed and ar-

ran.ged by A. Randegger. M.158.10

Havergal, Henry East.

Hosanna to the Son of David. Anthem. [Accomp. for
organ.] (In Ouseley. Special anthems. Vol. I. pp. loi-
103.) No. 13 in M.233.24.1

Havergal, William Henry.

An evening service. Magnificat & Nunc dimittis. [Accomp.
for organ.] London. Novello. [1838? Gresham prize
composition.] No. 4 in M.236.16

A history of the Old hundredth psalm tune. New York.
Mason. 1854. M.101.42

Let all the people say. Round [for 8 voices]. (In Turle and
Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3. p. i=;o.')

No. S2 in H.I 1 1.4.3
Havre. Churches. .Saint-Michel.

Lefebvre, G. Le grand orgue de I'figlise Saint-Michel du
Havre, construit en 1887-88 par .-Xristide Cavaille-Coll . . .
Notice et discours. Le Havre. 1888. No. i in M.372.8

Haweis, Hugh Reginald.
Jenny Lind. (Cut from Contemporary Review. Vol. 59,
pp. Qoo-gri. London. 1891.) No. ■; in M.372.18



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Haweis, Hugh Reginald. (Continued.)

Music and morals. London. Strahan & Co. 1871. M.147.14
My musical life. London. Allen & Co. 1884. 2 v. Por-
traits. Plates. Facsimiles. M.145.9
Hawes, Charlotte White.

The song of the world. Double choirs, mixed voices, organ.
Boston. Hawes. [iSg-?.!

No. 28 in M.1S8.17; No. 29 in M.203.27
Hawes, William.

Bendemeer's stream. Ballad [s. or t.] from Lalla Rookh.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.! London. Power. [184-?!

No. I in M.236.2

Bring me flowers. Glee Fa. a. t. b.1. (/» The Apollo. Vol.

3. PP- 233-240.) No. 21 in M. 1393.18.3

Also to be found in Ditson's The Orphean lyre.

Paradise and the Peri. Recitative and song fs. or x.l from

Lalla Rookh. f Accomp. for pianoforte. 1 London. Power.

[ iB.S-?! No. 4 in M.236.2

Requiem VIL (In Fane, John. A requiem to the memory

of the late Samuel Webbe . . . Pp. 61-73. London.

[1818?]) No. I in M.220.29

The seasons \t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus glee book. Pp. 10, ii.)

No. 7 in M.246.36
Hawes, William, editor.

A collection of madrigals, for 3, 4, 5 & 6 voices. London.
Hawes. [182-?! M.235.12

Contents. • — Dowland ; Now, O now I needs must part. — Wilbye :
Sweet honey-sucking bees. — Beale : Phyllis. — Dainty, fine, sweet
nymph. — Eennet : All creatures now are merry. — Wilbye : Come,
shepherd swains. — Gibbons: O, that the learned poets. — Evans: As
a rosy wreath. — Weelkes : Now is my Chloris. — Weelkes : We
shepherds sing. — Weelkes: Like two proud armies. — Waelrant:
O'er desert plains. — Conversi: When all alone. — Gibbons: The
silver swan. — Bicci: Dainty white pearl. — Wilbye: Lady, your
words do spite me. — Morley: Fire, fire. — Croce : Cynthia the song.

— Ward: Die not, fond man. — Wilbye: Flora gave me fairest
flowers. — Lassus : The nightingale. — Marenzio : Dissi a I'amata. —
Hawes: Sweet Philomela. — A chi more per Dio. — Bennet: Come
shepherds, follow me. — Weelkes : When Thoralis delights. — Gib-
bons: Round about her chariot. — Dowland: Sleep, wayward thoughts.

— Morley : What saith my dainty darling.

Paer. The freebooters.
RiES, F. The robber's bride.

Under briar, rock or mountain.

Spofforth. a collection of glees.
Hawker, Robert Stephen.
The song of the Western men. Ballad.
Gilbert R. Betjemann.
Hawkins, James.

Come on, here's John. fCatch for 3 voices.] (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. .';7.) No. 72 in 11.220.9.1
Here lies Jonson. f Catch for 3 voices.l (In Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. I, p. 4g.) No. S6 in M.220.9.1
Let the woman be damn'd. T Catch for 3 voices.l (In War-
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 63.)

No. 79 in M.220.9.1
To the King of Great Britain, f Catch for 3 voices.] (In
Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. I, p. 49.)

No. .S7 in M.220.9.1
Hawkins, Sir John.
An account of the institution and progress of the Academy
of Ancient Music. By a member. London. 1770.

No. I in M.114.8; No. 2 in M. 146.6

A general history of the science and practice of music.

London. Payne. 1776. 5 v. Illus. Portraits. M.111.2

Hawley, Charles B.

They kissed, I saw them do it [t. t. b. b.]. New York.
Schirmer. [1889.] No. 50 in M.392.8

Hay, Walter Cecil.

The arrow and the song. A four-part song. (In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 16, pp. g8-ioi.)

No. 16 in M.igs.i.i6

Were I the nightingale. Choral song. London. Hutch-

ings & Romer. fiS.';-?] No. 11 in M.I57.23



M.293.15

M.264.11

No. 32 in M. 235.7.2
M.23S.IS

Composed ... by
No. 5 in M.194.3



Haycraft, Henry John, editor.

Sacred harmony, consisting of morning and evening ser-
vice, psalms, chants, responses, anthems . . . [Accomp.

for organ.! London. Addison & Co. fiB'^l.l M.234.6

Contents. — Macfarren: Te Deum. Jubilate. — Haycraft: Psalm IV,
IX, XXV. — Dorrell: Psalm XXV, LXIII. — Aspinwall: Psalm
XLVI. — Dorrell: Psalm LI. — Haycraft: Psalm LXII, LXXX-
VIII.— Aspinwall: Psalm CII. — Dorrell : Psalm CXXXIII, CXXX-
VII. — Aspinwall: Psalm CXLVI. — Haycraft: Hymn [Hark the
herald angels sing]. — Attwood : Hymn for the sacrament. — Single
and double chants. — Kyrie eleesons. — Loder: Bow down Thine ear.

— Aspinwall: Give ear, O Lord. — Richards: As o'er the past. —

— Phillips: Agnus Dei. — Bennett: Cast thy bread. — Loder: Praise
the Lord. — Gross: Let the wicked. — Goss: God so loved. —
Aspinwall : I will judge. — Lucas : Bow down Thine ear. — Hay-
craft: The sorrows of death. — Walmisley: Not unto us. — War-
burg: Blessed is every one. • — Phillips: Benedictus. — Goodban :
Fugue. — Barnett: Andante. — Macfarren: Fugue. — May: Volun-
tary. — Smart: Magnificat. — Smart: Nunc dimittis.

Haydee . . . Ol>era. For the Music see Auber. For the Li-
bretto see Scribe.

Hayden, George.

As I saw fair Clora. Duetto Ft. b.]. (In The Apollo. Vol.
e,. pp. 382, 38-?.) No. 18 in I39a.i8.s

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; dementi's Collec-
tion of catches ; Flowers of harmony ; The Harmonist ; Musical li-
brary; Social harmony; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Haydn, Franz Joseph.
Werke. 1. kritisch durchgesehene Gesamtausgabe. Leip-
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1907. 1 Portrait. 3 v. M.80SO.106
Contents. — Serie i. Band 1-3. Symphonien.

A ma yoix naissez, animaux. Recit et air [b. Accomp. de
piano]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, t. 2, pp. i-io.)

No. I in M.193.21.2
Abendlied zu Gott [fiir s. a. t. b. Mit Pianoforte-Beglei-
tungl. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. Fi8=;-?1

No. 7 in M.157.22
Abschieds-Sinfonie. See his Symphonies.

Afflictus sum. x. solo. FAccomp. for organ.! (In Novello.
Motetts. Vol. I, book 4, p. 22.) No. 38 in M.260.24.1

Agnus Dei. b. solo. FAccomp. for pianoforte.! (In Latrobe.
Selection of sacred music. Vol. 2, p. 112.)

No. 2K in M.2go.29.2
Agnus Dei. Coro. From a mss. mass. FAccomp. for piano-
forte. (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. Vol. 2,
pp. 187-191.) No. 41 in M.2go.29.2

Almighty and everlasting God. Full anthem. [Accomp. for
organ.! (In Holden. Church music. Pp. 20-27.)

No. 3 in M.236.34

Amen dico tibi. Coro. FAccomp. for pianoforte.! (In

Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 137-144.)



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