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Come, Holy Ghost. Hymn for Whitsuntide. [Accomp. for
organ.] London. Novello & Co. [185-?] No. 8 in M.190.1

Also to be found in Musical times [Music].

[The curfew.] The music as performed in The curfew.

Written by the late J. Tobin. Composed by T. Attwood.

[For voice and pianoforte.] London. Monzani & Co.

[1807.] No. 3 in M.396.2

Enter not into judgment. Full anthem. [Accomp. for

organ.] London. Novello. [183-?] No. 9 in M.190.1

Also to be found in Ayrton's Sacred minstrelsy.

The escapes; or, the water carrier, a musical entertainment
. . . composed by Thomas Attwood. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Dale. [1801.] No. 5 in M.391.45

An adaptation, with additions, of Cherubini's Les deux jouniees.

Full well our Christian sires of old. Glee for 3 voices. (/)i
Warren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. 2, no. 82, pp.
125-130.) No. 82inM.i57.6.2

Go, lovely rose. Canzonet [t. Accomp. for pianoforte].
(In Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 73-75.) No. 30 in M.23S.18.2

God, that madest earth and heaven. Vesper hymn [s.
Accomp. for organ]. (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy.
Vol. 2, pp. 54, 55.) No. 21 in M.2go.22.2

[Guy Mannering.] The overture, songs, duett, glees &
chorusses in the musical play of Guy Mannering, or the
gipsy's prophecy. [The words by Daniel Terry.] Com-
posed and aranged for the piano forte by Thos. Attwood
and Henry R. Bishop. London. Goulding, D'Almaine,
Potter & Co. [1816.] No. i in M.390.41

Two numbers only were composed by Attwood.

Hark! the curfew's solemn sound. Glee [s. s. b.]. (In
Boosey's Standard English glees. Vol. I, pp. 1-6.)

No. I in M.1S7.7

Also to be found in Novello's Glee-hive; Warren's Coclcs's HriiiJ-
book of glees.

He is gone on the mountain. Coronach [s. t. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 71-73.)

No. 22 in M.235.18.3

Her hands were clasp'd. Recit. and air [s. or x.] from Lalla

Rookh. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Power.

[185-?] No. 12 in M.236.2

I was glad when they said. Anthem. [Accomp. for piano.]

(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 6, pp. 1-13.)

No. I in M. 195.2.6

In liquid notes, as music floats. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for

pianoforte]. London. Longman & Broderip. [182-?]

No. 2 in M.237.2



Attwood, Thomas. (Continued.)

Same. Cock & Co. [185-?] No. 23 in M.244.10.2

The magic oak; or, Harlequin woodcutter. Composed by
Thos. Attwood. The words by T. Dibdin. [For voice
and pianoforte.] London. Goulding, Phipps & D'Al-
main. [1799.] No. 4 in M.396.2

The mariners; a musical entertainment in two acts. [Ac-
comp. for pianoforte. London.] Longman & Broderip.
[1793.] No. 2 in M.230.5

The text is by Samuel Birch.

More sweet than odours which at morn. Glee for 5 voices
[s. s. A. X. B.]. (In Warren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees.
Vol. 3, no. 132, pp. 127, 128.) No. 43 in M. 157.6.3

The mouth of the Nile. A favorite musical entertainment
. . . Composed by T. Attwood. The words by T. Dibdin.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, Phipps &
D'Almaine. [1798.] No. i in M.391.63

The old cloaths-man. A comic opera [by T. Holcroft].
Composed by Thos. Attwood. [For voice and piano-
forte.] London. Goulding, Phipps & D'Almaine. [1799.]

No. 5 in M.396.2

The poor sailor; or, little Ben and little Bob; a musical
drama in two acts. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Longman & Broderip. [1794?] No. 3 in M.230.5

The text is by John O'Keeffe.

The prisoner; a musical romance. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Longman & Broderip. [1792]
The text is by John Rose. No. I in M.230.5

Rise to the battle. Glee [s. s. b.]. (In Page. Festive har-
mony. Pp. 89-96.) No. 15 in M.23S.II

St. David's Day, a favorite comic opera. Composed by T.
Attwood. The words by T. Dibdin. Arranged for the
harp or pianoforte [with voices]. London. Goulding,
Phipps & D'Almaine. [1801.] No. 6 in M.396.2

Sanctus and responses [in G. Accomp. for organ]. London.
Novello. [183-?] No. I in M. 236.16

The smugglers, a musical drama in 2 acts. Composed by

Thomas Attwood. The words by Sami. Birch. [Accomp.

for pianoforte.] London. Longman & Broderip. [1796?]

No. 16 in M.220.4; No. 4 in M.340.16

The song of the fire-worshipper [x.], from Lalla Rookh.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Power. [185-?]

No. 9 in M.236.2

Sweet, soothing hope. Glee. (In Hullah. The Singer's
library. Secular. Pp. 25-29.) No. 33 in M. 157.2

Teach me, O Lord. Full anthem. (In Hullah. The Singers'
library. Sacred. Pp. 89-91.)

No. 52 in M.1S7.1 ; No. 18 in M. 157.3
Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

They that go down to the sea. Full anthem. [.Accomp. for
organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 8,
pp. 54-64.) No. 6 in M.195.2.8

To all that breathe. [Glee. s. A. x. b. b.] (In Clementi.
Vocal harmony. Vol. I, pp. 58-74.) No. 13 in M.235.g.i

Also to be found in the second edition of the same.

Turn Thee again, O Lord. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello & Co. [184-?] No. 10 in M.190.1

Also to be found in Novello's Collection of thirty-one anthems.

Turn Thy face from my sins. Anthem for a treble voice
with chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello.
[1830?] No. II in M.190.1

Also to be found in Ayrton's Sacred minstrelsy ; Musical times [Mu-
sic] ; Parish choirs in the Diocese of Massachusetts, Annual festival,
Order of music, 7th festival.

The waves retreating from the shore. Duet [s. s.] in The
smugglers. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Long-
man & Broderip. [18 — ?] No. 3 in M.237.2
Ye visions. Glee. (In Page. Festive harmony. Pp. 134-139.)

No. 2'2 in M.235.11
Atys. Opera. For the Music see LuUy; also Piccinni, N. For

the LiBREXXO see Quinault.
Atys. S<mg. Schuberx, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 5.

M.317. 1.20.5
Au bon lapin saute. Opera. For the Music see Villebichot.
For the Librexxo see Gothi.



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Au bonheur. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 5.

M.327.4.5

Au bord de la fontaine. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies.

Vol. 2. M.327.4.2

Au bord de la mer. Song. Masse. No. 2 in M.391.28.2

Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 5. M.327.4.S

Au bosquet. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2.

M.327.4.2
Au camp. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2. M.327.4.2
Au cimetiere. Song. Berlioz, L. H. Les nuits d'ete.

No. II in M.391.32

Same. 33 melodies. No. 5 in M.26S.8

Au clair de la lune. Ol>era. For the Music see Gariboldi. For

the Libretto see Longuet.
Au convent. Song. David, F. C. Cinquante melodies. M.363.28
Au feu, venez moi secourir. Part-song. Lassus. S.Tmmtliche
Werke. Band 14. M.8o4oa.67.i4

Au jeu d'amour. Pantomime. Palicot. No. i in M.389.14

Au main [sic] par en ajournant. Song. Thiebaut de Blason.

M.236.10
Au mois de mai. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 5.

M.327.4.5
Au mois de may. Part-song. Sweelinck. Werken. Deel 7.

M.413.2.7
Au pied de I'autel. Oratorio. For the Music see Thielemans.

For the Libretto see Ropartz, S.
Au pied de la croix. Soug. Louis, N. No. 14 in M.390.4

Au point du jour. Tyrolienne. Weckerlin. Chants des Alpes.

No. I in M.158.44
Au printemps. Song. Gounod. Vingt melodies. 2e recueil.

No. 12 in M. 157.36.2
Au revoirl Polka. Strauss, J. 1825-1899. No. 23 in M.391.28.2
Au rossignol. Song. Gounod. Vingt melodies. 2e recueil.

No. 19 in M.157.36.2
Au septieme etage. Opera. For the Music see Herman, A.

For the Libretto see Coron.
Au soleil. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 5. M.327.4.S
Au Soleil d'or. Opera. For the Music see Uzes. For the

Libretto see Beissier.

Au temps jadis. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.

Band 14. M.8o4oa.67.i4

Au terme de tes maux. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies.

Vol. I. M.327.4.1

Au tombeau de Beethoven. Chorus. Meyerbeer. 40 melodies.

No. I in M. 157.38
Au travers du mur. Opera. For the Music see Poniatowski.

For the Libretto see Saint Georges.
Au village. For orchestra. Godard, B. L. P. Scenes poetiques.

No. I in M.343.41
Aubade. Song. Cowen. No. 3 in M.192.11

Gounod. Vingt melodies. le recueil. No. 6 in M.157.36.1
Aubade aux maries. For orchestra. Lacombe. No. i in M.343.22
Aubade printaniere. For orchestra. Lacombe. No. 2 in M.343.22
Aube tombe, L'. Song. Choudens, A. 20 melodies.

No. 2 in M.285.14

Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit.

Acteon. Opera comique en i acte. Paroles de E. Scribe.

Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris. Troupe-

nas & cie. [1836?] M.223.6

Same. Accomp. de piano. Mainz. Schott. [184-?] M.251.31

The title and text are in both French and German.

[L'ambassadrice. Opera. Paroles de Scribe et de St.
Georges. Musique d'Auber. Partition.] Manuscript.



[Paris? 184-?]



M.223.2



Same. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles dc Scribe et de
S'. Georges, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano
et chant. Paris. Brandus & cie. [1850?] M.361.23

Apres une aussi longue absence. Duo [s. t. From La part
du diable]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, pp. 31-
44) No. 2 in M. 157.40

Barcarola. [t. solo. Accomp. de piano.] Lisboa. Sassetti.
[185-?] No. 2 in M.391.57

La barcarolle. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de Mr.
E. Scribe, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris.
Troupenas & cie. [1845.] M.223.9



Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit. (Continued.)

Same. Avec accomp. de piano. M.36i.2g

Le bel etat que celui d'aubergiste. Air [b. Accomp. de
piano]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie, 2, tome 2, pp.
88-89.) No. IS in M.193.21.2

La bergere chatelaine. Opera en 3 actes . . . Paroles de M.
Planard, mis en musique . . . par D. F. E. Auber. Parti-
tion. Paris. Petit. [1820.] M.223.14

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus & cie. [184-?]

M.36i.3a

C'est la corvette. Couplets de Haydee. (In Album lyrique
du chant frangais. Pp. 60-64.) No. 2 in M.157.38

Les chaperons blancs. Opera comique en 3 actes. Paroles
de E. Scribe. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition.
Paris. Troupenas & cie. [1836.] M.223.10

Same. Avec accomp. de piano. Mainz. Schott. [184-?]

M. 251. 28
With French and German words and the German title Die schone
Flamanderin.

Che gusto, ah! que mon sort est beau. Air [b. Accomp. de

piano]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, tome 2, pp.

74-82.) No. 12 in M.i93.2i.a

Le cheval de bronze. Opera feerie en trois actes. Paroles

de E. Scribe. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition.

Paris. Depot central de musique et de librairie. 1835.

M.402a.2
Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus, Dufour & cie.

['84-?] M.36i.2a

La Circassienne. Opera comique en trois actes. Paroles de

Eug. Scribe, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris.

Colombier. 1861. Plates. M.402a.3

Same. Partition piano & chant. M.362.10

Come hither all who wish to buy. The market chorus in

Masaniello. Arranged for 3 voices [s. s. b.] by T. Cooke.

[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Willis & Co. [181-?]

No. 27 in M.235.7.1
Concert a la cour, ou la debutante. Opera comique en i acte

et en prose. Paroles de MM. Scribe et Melesville [pseud.].

Musique de D. F. E. Auber. [Partition.] Paris Frere

[1824?] M.251.27

Same. Das Concert am Hof. Komische Oper. Klavier

Auszug, eingerichtet von Heinr. Zeuner. Frankfurt a. M.

Fischer. [182-?] No. 2 in M.110.14

Dans les defiles des montagnes. Bolero des Diamants de la

couronne. (In Album lyrique du chant frangais. Pp. 86-

^9-) No. 2 in M.157.38

Les diamants de la couronne. Opera comique en 3 actes,

paroles de Scribe et de S'. Georges, musique de D. F. E.

Auber. Partition piano et chant. Paris. Brandus & cie.

[1847?] M.361.19

Same. Partition. No title-page. [184-?] 2 v. M.223.16

Same. The crown diamonds. With French and -English

words. Translated into English by J. W. Bernhardt.

Edited and corrected by W. Boulvin. [Vocal score with

pianoforte accomp.] London. Dicks & Co. [187-?]

Portrait. [Dicks' Edition of standard operas.] M.237.20
Same. Opera in 3 acts, by Auber. [The words by Scribe

and St. Georges.] With Italian and English words.

Edited by Arthur Sullivan and J. Pittmann. [Accomp.

for piano.] London. [187-? Boosey's Standard operas.]

M.25S.9
Le dieu et la bayadere. Opera en 2 actes. Paroles de Scribe.

Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris. Troupenas.

[1830?] M.223.7

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus & cie. [184-?]

M.361.33
Same. Ouverture. [Partition.] Paris. Brandus & cie.

[185-?] No. I in M.332.3

[Le domino noir. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de

Scribe, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition.] Manu-
script. [Paris? 184-?] M.223.3
Same. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de Scribe, mu-
sique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano et chant. Paris.

Brandus & cie. [184-?] M.361.31



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Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit. (Continued.)

Du pauvre seul ami fidele. Cavatine de la Muette de Portici.
(In Album lyrique du chant frangais. Pp. 12-15.)

No. 2 in M. 157.38

Le Due d'Olonne. Opera comique en 3 actes. Paroles de
Scribe et Saintine. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition.
Paris. Troupenas. [1842?] M.223.8

Same. Avec accomp. de piano. M. 361.20

Same. Ouverture a grand orchestre. Partition. Paris.
Troupenas & cie. [184-?] No. 2 in M.332.3

Emma, ou la promesse imprudente, opera comique en 3
actes et en prose, paroles de M''. Planard, musique de D.
F. E. Auber. [Partition.] Paris. La lyre moderne. [1821?]

M.251.21

Same. Partition piano et chant. Colombier. [184-?]

M.361.18

L'enfant prodigue. Opera en 5 actes. Paroles de Scribe.
Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano et chant.
Paris. Brandus, Dufour & cie. [185-?] M.361.36

Entendez-vous? C'est le tambour. Duo [s. t. From La
fiancee]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, pp. 174-
187.) No. 13 in M.157.40

Une fee, un bon ange. Couplets du Domino noir. (In Album
lyrique du chant fran;ais. Pp. 77-81.) No. 2 in M. 157.38

Ferme ta paupiere. Romance de la Part du diable. (In
Album lyrique du chant frangais. Pp. 74-76.)

No. 2 in M. 157.38

La fiancee, opera-comique en 3 actes. Paroles de Scribe.
Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris. Troupe-
nas. [1829.] M.223.17

Same. Accomp. de piano. [183-?] M.361.30

La fiancee du roi de Garbe. Opera-comique en 3 actes et 6
tableaux. Paroles de Scribe et de Saint Georges. Mu-
sique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition chant et piano. Paris.
Challiot & cie. [1863?] Portrait. M.262.2

Fiorella. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de Scribe,
musique de D. F. E. Auber. [Partition.] Paris. Pleyel.
[1826?] M.223.13

Same. [Accomp. de piano.] Schonenberger. [183-?]

M.362.12

Fra Diavolo, a comic opera, in 3 acts, written & adapted by
M. Rophino Lacy, composed by Auber. [Accomp. for
piano.] London. Chappell. [183-?] M.2S1.19

[Same. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de Scribe, mu-
sique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition.] Manuscript. [Paris?
184-?] M.223.4

Same. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de Scribe, musique
de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano et chant. Nouvelle
edition. Paris. Brandus, Dufour & cie. [184-?] 14.362.1

Grande ouverture composee pour inauguration de I'Expo-
sition universelle de Londres (1862). [Partition.] Paris.
Brandus & Dufour. [186-?] No. i in M.353.16

Gustave, ou le bal masque. Paroles de Mr. Scribe, musique
de D. F. E. Auber. Opera historique en cinq actes. [Par-
tition d'orchestre.] Paris. Troupenas. [1833.] i v. in 2.
Pages 645-674 are missing. M.4OO.32

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus, Dufour & cie.
[185-?] M.362.3

Same. Ouverture a grand orchestre. Partition. Paris.
Troupenas & cie. [183-?] No. 3 in M.332.3

Same. Gustavus the Third; or the masked ball. [The li-
bretto by A. Bunn after Scribe.] Composed by D. F. E.
Auber. f Accomp. for piano.] London. D'Almaine & Co.
[183-?] No. 2in M.223.1

Haydee, ou le secret, opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de
Mr. E. Scribe, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano
et chant. Nouvelle edition. Paris. Brandus & Dufour.
[i8s-?] M.361.24

Hear, Holy power. The nuptial chorus in Masaniello.

[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Willis & Co. [182-?]

Also to be found in Musical times [Music]. No. 33 in M.235.7.I

II est un enfant d'lsrael. Romance de I'Enfant prodigue.

(In Album lyrique du chant frangais. Pp. 46-50.)

No. 2 in M.157.38



Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit. (Continued.)
Je suis content, je suis heureux. Air [b. Accomp. de piano].
(In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, tome 2, pp. 26-32.)

No. 5 in M.193.21.2

Jenny Bell. Opera-comique en 3 actes, poeme de Scribe,

musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition pour piano et

chant. Paris. Meissonnier. [185-?] M.362.7

Same. Partition d'orchestre. [1855.] M.400.26

Le lac des fees, opera en 5 actes, paroles de Scribe, musique

de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano et chant. Paris.

Brandus, Dufour & cie. [184-?] M.361.35

Le voila, c'est heureux. Duo [s. T. From Le serment]. (In

Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, pp. 127-142.)

No. 10 in M.157.40

Leicester, ou le chateau de Kenilworth. Opera comique en

3 actes et en prose. Paroles de Scribe et Melesville

[pseud.]. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris.

Frere. [1823.] M.223.1S

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brulle. [182-?] M.361.27

Leocadie. Drame lyrique en 3 actes . . . Paroles de MM.

Scribe et Melesville [pseud.]. Musique de D. F. E. Auber.

[Partition.] Paris. Pleyel. [1825?] M.2S1.22

Same. [Partition chant et piano.] Schonenberger. [183-?]

M.362.11
Lestocq. Opera-comique en 4 actes. Paroles de E. Scribe.
Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris. Troupe-
nas & cie. [1834?] M.223.11
Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus & cie. [185-?]

M.2S5.IO

Same. Opera, composed by D. F. E. Auber. The poetry

by A. Bunn [after Scribe]. The music arranged [with

pianoforte accomp.] by T Cooke. London. D'Almaine

& Co. [183-?] No. I in M.223.1

Le magon. Opera frangais. [Paroles de Scribe et G. Dela-

vigne.] Musique de D. F. E. Auber. [Partition chant et

piano.] Paris. Schonenberger. [185-?] M.362.S

Manon Lescaut. Opera comique en 3 actes, poeme de

Scribe, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano et

chant. Paris. St. fitienne. [1856.] M.362.9

Marco Spada. Opera-comique en 3 actes, poeme de Scribe,

musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition pour piano et chant.

Paris. Meissonnier. [1853.] M.362.8

La marquise de Brinvilliers. Paroles de MM. Scribe et

Castil-Blaze. Musique de MM. Auber, Batton, Berton,

Blangini, Boieldieu, Carafa, Cherubini, Herold et Paer.

[Partition chant et piano. Paris.] Pacini. [183-?] 10

parts in i v. M. 251.23

Masaniello. See his La Muette de Portici.

La muette de Portici. Opera en 5 actes. Paroles de MM.

Scribe et Germain Delavigne. Musique de D. F. E. Auber.

[Partition.] Paris. Troupenas. 1828. 2 v. M.402a.4

Same. La muta di Portici. Melodramma in 5 atti dei Sig".

E. Scribe e G. Delavigne. Posto in musica del Mo. D. F.

E. Auber. Ridotto per canto con accomp. di pianoforte.

Paris. Troupenas & cie. [1828.] M.361.21

Same. Masaniello (The dumb girl of Portici). An opera in

5 acts [by Scribe and Delavigne], composed by Auber.

Edited and translated into English by Natalia Macfarren.

[Accomp. for piano.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co.

[187-?] M.25S.8

Same. Ouverture fiir Orchester zur Oper Die Stumme von

Portici. Partitur. Offenbach a. M. Andre. [187-?]

No. I in M.335.16
Same. [Ouverture. Partition.] No title-page. [Paris.
185-?] No. 2 in M.353.16

Mon noble gendre a done quitte la terre. Air [b. Accomp.
de piano]. {/" Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, tome i,
pp. 10-20.) No. 2 in M. 193.21. 1

Ne nous trahissez pas tons deux. Duo [s. t. From Les-
tocq]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, pp. 79-83.)

No. 5 in M.157.40

La neige, ou le nouvel figinard. Opera comique en 4 actes

et en prose. Paroles de MM. Scribe et Germain Dela-



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Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit. (Continued.)

vigne. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. [Partition.] Paris.

Frere. [182-?] M.251.25

Same. Partition piano et chant. Schlesinger. [183-?]

M.362.6
O Salutaris Hostia, for 4 voices. [Accomp. for piano, ad

lib.] London. Cock, Addison & Co. [i860?]

No. 9 in M.260.10.7
Parlez! Quel destin est le notre? Duo [s. t. From Le

domino noir]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, pp.

211-230.) No. 16 in M.157.40

La part du diable. Opera-comique en 3 actes [de Scribe].

Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Avec accomp. de piano.

Paris. Troupenas & cie. [184-? Repertoire des operas

frangais.] M.361.28

Le philtre. Opera en 2 actes. Paroles de Eugene Scribe.

Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris. Troupenas.

[183-?] M.2SI.29

Same. Avec acct. de piano par V. Ripant. M.251.30

Plaisirs du rang superieur. Air de La muette de Portici.

(/» Album lyrique du chant frangais. Pp. 26-37.)

No. 2 in M.157.38
Prelude. [Inedit. Pour piano. Portrait. Facsimile.] (In

Album du Galois. Vol. i.) No. I in M.391.28.1

Le premier jour de bonheur. Opera comique en 3 actes.

Poeme de Dennery [pseud.] & Cormon [pseud.]. Mu-
sique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition chant et piano. Paris.

Escudier. [1868.] M.362.4

Reve d'amour. Opera-comique en 3 actes. Poeme de Den-
nery [pseud.] & Cormon [pseud.]. Musique de D. F. E.

Auber. Partition piano & chant. Paris. Escudier. [1S70.]

M.362.13
Saint bien heureux. Choeur de la «Muette de Portici. » (In

Eidgenossischer Sangerverein. Wettgesange bei dem 12.

. . . Sangerfeste. Pp. 49, 50.) No. 8 in M.130.7

Le sejour militaire. Opera comique en i acte. Paroles de

M"". Bouilly. Musique de M"". Auber. Paris. Boieldieu.

[181-?] M.251.24

Le serment, ou les faux monnoyeurs. Opera en trois actes.

Paroles de Scribe. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition.

Paris. Troupenas. 1832. 2 v. M.402a.33

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus & cie. [184-?]

M.361.34
La Sirene. Opera comique en 3 actes. Paroles de Mr. E.

Scribe. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris.

Troupenas. [1844.] M.223.12

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus & cie. [1853.]

M.351.25
Sois ma bayadere. Air [b. Accomp. de piano]. (In Biblio-
theque musicale. Serie 2, tome i, pp. 83-86.)

No. II in M.193.21.1
Le testament et les billets doux, opera comique en i acte,

paroles de M"". Planard, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Par-



tition. Paris. Petit. [1819?]



M.251.20



Le timide. Opera comique en i acte. Paroles de MM.

Scribe & Xavier [pseud.]. Musique de D. F. E. Auber.

[Partition.] Paris. Pleyel. [1826?] M.251.26

Toi qui versas la lumiere. Air [b. Accomp. de piano]. (In

Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, tome 2, pp. 38-45.)

No. 7 in M.193.21.2
Vous me connaissez tous. Messieurs. Air [b. Accomp. de

piano]. (In Bibliotheque musicale. Serie 2, tome i, pp.

40-53-) No. 6in M.ig3.2i.i

Ye guardian spirits. Chorus. For s. a. t. t. b. From "Ma-

saniello." (In Hullah. The Singer's library. Secular.

No. 31. Pp. 13-18.) No. 31 in M.157.2

Les yeux. [Chanson, bar. Accomp. de piano.] Hamburg.

Christiani. [182-?] No. 4 in M.221.33

Zanetta. Opera comique en 3 actes, paroles de Scribe et

S^ Georges, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition. Paris.

Troupenas & cie. [1840?] M.223.S

Same. Partition piano et chant. Brandus & Dufour. [185-?]

M.361.2S



Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit. (Continued.)

Zerline, ou la corbeille d'oranges, opera en 3 actes, paroles
de Scribe, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Partition piano et
chant. Paris. Brandus & cie. [1851.] M.361.37

Auber, Daniel Frangois Esprit. Works about.
Jacquot, C. J. B. Auber. Par Eugene de Mirecourt [pseud.].
Paris. 1857. Portrait. Facsimile. No. i in M.io9b.4; etc.
JouviN, B. D. F. E. Auber: sa vie et ses oeuvres. Paris.
1864. Portrait. Facsimile. No. i in M.122.12

Neumann, W. Dan. Frangois Esprit Auber. Eine Bio-
graphic. Cassel. 1855. Portrait. No. i in M.205.1S
Auberge de Bagneres, L'. Opera. For the Music see Catel.

For the Libretto see Jalabert.
Auberge du Tohu-Bohu, L'. Opera. For the Music see Roger,

V. For the Libretto see Ordonneau.
Aubergistes, Les, de qualite. Opera. For the Music see CateL
For the Libretto see Etienne, J. V.

Aubertin, •

Le voyage impromptu. Opera comique. Paroles de Dumer-

san et Aubertin. Mis en musique . . . par Pacini. M.225.29

Aubespin, L', chasse tout malheur. Part-song. Sweelinck.

Werken. Deel 7. M.413.2.7

Aubryet, Xavier.

Les jugements nouveaux. Philosophie de quelques ceuvres.

Paris. Librairie nouvelle. i860. M.139.10

Criticisms on various composers and French authors.

Auburn. Part-song. Hatton. No. 16 in M.ig5.i.5



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