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O Lord, the maker of all things. No. 7 in M.233.23.2.; etc.
This was composed by W. Mundy.

Henry VIII. Opera. For the Music see Saint-Saens. For

the Libretto see Detroyat.
Henry, A.

Whittington and his cat. Extravaganza. The incidental
music selected from Offenbach, with original numbers by
Mrs. Henry and W. C. Levey. No. 6 in M.277.19

Henry, Charles. See Henry, Louis Charles A.
Henry, Felix.

Insomnie. Monologue. Musique de Gaston Serpette.

No. I in M.322.30

Henry, John J.

Is the Handel & Haydn Society a one-man power? [Bos-
ton. 1874.] No. 3 in M.144.18
Henry, Louis Charles A.

Fleur de neige. Opera comique en un acte. [Poeme de
Armand de Gavardie. Musique de Charles Henry. Par-
tition chant et piano.] Paris. Manuel. [189-?]

No. I in M.402.68

Henry, Richard.

Frankenstein. Burlesque melodrama. The music by W.
Meyer Lutz. No. i in M.393.42

Henry cuU'd the flow'ret's bloom. Song. Sacchini.

No. 4S in M.23S.18.3
Henry's cottage maid. Song. Pleyel, I. J. No. 14 in M.384.48
Henschel, Georg.

„Beweinet, so geweint in Babel's Land." Dichtung von
Lord Byron (iibersetzt von F. Theremin). Fiir 2 Bass-
Stimmen und Orchester in Musik gesetzt von Georg
Henschel. Op. 30. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1879.

No. 5 in M.346.10
Drei Gedichte . . . fiir vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 7. Leip-
zig. Siegel. [1874?] No. II in M.392.36
Contents. — Dein siissen rothen Lippen. — Abendlied. — Wundert's dich?
Drei Mannerchore. Op. 42. Berlin. Simrock. 1889. 3
parts in i v. No. 55-57 in M.392.8
Contents. — i. Treu. 2. Gute Nacht. 3. Natur die Trosterin.
In Thy name shall they rejoice. A quartet [s. s. a. a. Ac-
comp. for pianoforte]. {In Novello's Collection of trios,
etc. Vol. 5, pp. 100-103.) No. 19 in M.204.36.5
The king and the poet. Words from the German by James
T. Fields. Music [t. t. b. b.] by Georg Henschel. [Bos-
ton. Apollo Club.] 1882. No. 41 in 11.392.10
The music to Shakespeare's Hamlet. Op. 52. Deutsche
Ubersetzung von Schlegel. Full score. London. No-
vello. Ewer & Co. 1892. M.403.69
Nubia. Oper in drei Aufziigen (nach einer Novelle von
Richard Voss) von Max Kallbeck. Musik von Georg
Henschel. Op. 58. VoUstandiger Klavier-Auszug mit
Text. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1899.] M.382.31



Henschel, Georg. (Continued.)

Out of darkness, "Aus der Tiefe" (Psalm CXXX). For
soli, chorus & orchestra. Op. 31- [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1879.]

No. I in M.194.15

Quartett in Es dur, fiir zwei Violinen, Viola & Violoncell.
Op. 55. Partitur. Berlin. Schlesinger. [1897.]

No. 3 in M.338.16

Requiem (Missa pro defunctis) fiir Chor, Solostimmen und
Orchester. Op. 59. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf &
Hartel. 1902. M.402a.i6

Same. Klavier-Auszug mit Text. M.384.31

A sea-change; or, love's stowaway. A comic opera, in 2
acts and an epilogue. Written by W. D. Howells. Com-
posed by Georg Henschel. [Accomp. for pianoforte.]
London. Triibner & Co. [1884.] M.276.ao

Serbisches Liederspiel (Servian romances). Eine Reihe
altserbischer Volkslieder, nach der Talvj'schen Uberset-
zung fur eine und mehrere Singstimmen (s. a. t. b.) mit
Begleitung des Pianoforte. Translated into English by
Natalia Macfarren. Op. 32. Berlin. Simrock. 1878.

No. 2 in M.ig4.is

Contents. — Schlimm fiir die Manner [s. A. T. b.]. — Das hose Jahr
[b.]. — An die Nachtigall [s. a.]. — Der Knabe an die Mutter [t.].

— Unter dem Mandelbaum [s. a. T. b.]. — Todtliche Krankheit [s.].

— Ich vergonn' es ihm [s. a.]. — Die Braut [a.]. — Der bezauberte
Knabe [t. b.]. — Die gefangene Nachtigall [s. a. t. b.].

Serenade. Marcia, Andante, Scherzo und Finale fiir Streich-

Orchester, in Canonform. Op. 23. Partitur. Leipzig.

Breitkopf & Hartel. [1877?] No. 4 in M.346.10

Stabat Mater, for soli, chorus and orchestra. (Op. 53.)

[Vocal score, with accomp. for piano.] London. Novello,

Ewer & Co. 1894. No. i in M.384.32

To my turtle dove [t. x. b. b.]. Boston. Schmidt & Co.

[1883.] No. 42in M.392.10

Henschel, Max.

Der alte Dessauer. Operette. Musik von Otto Findeisen.

M.402.19
Hensel, Fanny Caecilia.

Dost thou hear the trees? A four-part song. {In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 12, pp. 57-60.)

No. 13 in M.195.1.13
In autumn. A four-part song. {In Novello's Part-song
book. 2d series. Vol. 12, pp. 67-70.) No. 15 in M.195.1.12
Morning greeting. A four-part song. {In Novello's Part-
song book. 2d series. Vol. 12, pp. 71-76.)

No. 16 in M.195.1.12
The unknown land. A four-part song. {In Novello's Part-
song book. 2d series. Vol. 12, pp. 61-66.)

No. 14 in M.195.1.12
When woods are glowing. A four-part song. {In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 12, pp. 80-95.)

No. 18 in M.195.1.12
The woodland valley. A four-part song. {In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 12, pp. 77-79.)

No. 17 in M.195.1.X2
Hensel, Fanny Caecilia. Works about.

KoENiG, N. Fanny Mendelssohn. D'apres les memoires de
son fils. Par E. Sergy [pseud.]. Paris. 1888. M.118.16
Hensel, Johann Daniel.

Cyrus und Kassandane. Ein Singspiel von Professor Ram-
ler. In Musik gesetzt . . . von J. D. Hensel. [Klavier-
auszug.] Halle. Hendel. 1787. M.220.31

Hensel, Octavia, pseud. See Seymour, Mary Alice Ives.
Hensel, Sebastian.

The Mendelssohn family (1729-1847). From letters and
journals. Translated by Carl Klingemann and an Ameri-
can collaborator. 2d edition. London. Low. 1882. 2 v.
Portraits. M.13S.3

Henselt, Adolf von.

Concerto pour le piano avec accomp. de grand orchestre, ou

de quintuor, ou d'un second piano. Op. 16. Pour piano

seul. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1850?] No. 4 in M.200.S

Normanns Gesang. [Fur Pianoforte.] {In Weber-Album.

Pp. 8, 9.) No. 3 in M.244.17



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Hensler, Carl Friedrich.

Das Donauweibchen. Komisch-romantische Oper. i. ii. 2.
Theil componirt von F. Kauer; 3. Theil nachcomponirt
in Kauer'schen Manier von G. B. Bierey. M.330.5

Das Sonnenfest der Braminen. Oper. Musik v. W. Miiller.

M.330.IO

Die Teufelsmuhle, Seitenstiick zum Donauweibchen. Eine
romantisch-komische Oper, von Wenzel Miiller.

No. 2 in M.350.8
Henslowe, William Henry.

The phonarthron. Or, natural system of the sounds of

speech; a test of pronunciation for all languages: also

the phonarithmon, and the phonodion . . . London.

Rivington. 1840. M.372.57

Hentschel, Theodor.

Adagio (Melusine in ihrem Bereiche) fiir grosses Orchester
aus der Oper Die schone Melusine (Die Braut von Lusi-
gnan). Leipzig. Oberdorffer. [1875?] No. 2 in M.405.20

Friihlingsnacht. Dichtung von Heinrich Martin [Pseud.^.
Fur Sopran-Solo, Bariton-Solo, Chor und Orchester von
Theodor Hentschel. Clavierauszug. Bremen. Cranz.
[188-?] No. 3 in M.194.1S

Lancelot. Oper in 4 Aufziigen, von Franz Bittong. Musik
von Theodor Hentschel. Vollstandiger Clavier-Auszug.
Bremen. Cranz. [1878.] M.276.22

Die schone Melusine. (Die Braut von Lusignan.) Roman-
tische Oper in 3 Acten und einem Vorspiel, von F.lard
Hoffschlaeger. Musik von Theodor Hentschel. [Clavier-
auszug.] Bremen. Cranz. [1875.] M.276.21

Same. Raimunds Wanderung, fiir grosses Orchester bear-
beitet von Richard Hofmann. Partitur. Leipzig. Ober-
dorffer. [1875?] No. 3 in M.40S.20

Vier Gedichte . . . fiir Mannerchor. Op. i6. Bremen.
Praeger & Meier. [186-?] 4 parts in i v.

No. 43-46 in M.392.10
Contents. — I. Deutsches Lied. 2. Sommemacht auf dem Meere. 3.
Junges Herzl 4. Schlaf ein!

Henzen, Carl Georg Wilhelm, editor.

Olsen. Hans Unversagt (Svein Uraed).
Henzen, Carl Georg Wilhelm, translator.
Enna. Die Erbsenprinzessin.

Heisse Liebe.

Randegger. L'ombra di Werther.
Hepworth, William.

Suite in 4 Satzen . . . fiir Orchester.
Berlin. Simrock. 1900.
Hequet, Charles Joseph Gustave.

A. Boieldieu: sa vie et ses oeuvres. Paris. Heugel & cie.
1864. Portrait. Facsimiles. No. i in M. 122. 13

Marinette et Gros-Rene. Operette bouffe en i acte. Pa-
roles de M'' !6douard Duprez. Musique de Gust. Hequet.
Partition piano et chant. Paris. Heugel & cie. [i8.s6.]

No. I in M.276.23
Her eyes the glow-worm lend thee. Glee. Goss.

No. 16 in M.ig5.i.is
Her hands were clasp'd. Song. Attwood. No. 12 in M.236.2
Her image ever rose. Song. Baumgarten, C. F.

No. 36 in M.235.18.4

Her king. Song. Blumenthal. No. 3 in M. 192. 12

Her Majesty's Theatre, London.

Programme, Feb. 20-Aug^. 3, 1847. London. 1847. M.131.1

LuMLEY, B. Reminiscences of the opera. London. 1864.

M.149.6

Her name. Song. Blumenthal. No. 4 in M. 192.12

Her partial taste. Round. Cooke, B. No. 30 in M.220.3.4; etc.

Herald, The, comes, behold! Air. Bach, J. S. Eight airs for

an alto voice. M.244.16

Heraus. Part-song. Wermann. No. 12 in M.392.27

Herausforderung. Part-song. Rheinberger, J. G. Fahrende

Schiller. No. 19 in M.392.22

Herba lori fa. Part-song. Schletterer. No. s in M.203.22

Herbeck, Johann Franz.

Ach Madl! Volkslied [t. t. b. b.]. (/n Abt. Leichte Man-

nerchore. Heft 2, pp. 7-10.) No. 8 in M.246.22



No. 3 in M.379.29

M.381.15

M.383.15

No. I in M.397.S2

Op. 18. Partitur.
No. I in M.410.34



Herbeck, Johann Franz. (Continued.)

I bear it. [Part song, t. t. b. b.] (/m Mosenthal. Songs of

the Mendelssohn Glee Club. P. 29.) No. 33 in M.204.38
The maid in the valley. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Mosen-
thal. Songs of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. P. 130.)

No. 34 in M.204.38
Morning song [t. T. B. B.]. (In Mosenthal. Songs of the

Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 62-67.) No. 16 in M.204.38
Sinfonische Variationen fiir Orchester. Partitur. Wien.

Schreiber. [186-?] No. i in M.342.5

Spring and love. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Mosenthal.

Songs of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 20-27.)

No. 6 in M.204.38
Die Studenten. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger-

halle. Vol. 2, pp. 33-37.) No. 11 in M.392.42.2

Tanz-Momente. Fur Orchester. Op. 14. Partitur. Wien.

Gotthard. [186-?] No. i in M.336.13

Der traurige Jager. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche

Sangerhalle. Vol. i, p. 16.) No. 5 in M.392.42.1

Treue Liebe. [Mannerchor.] (In Stuttgarter Liederkranz.

Mannerchor-Album. Pp. 34-36.) No. 5 in M.203.22

Trinkspruch. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger-
halle. Vol. 2, pp. 73-77-) No. 23 in M.392-42-2
Turmwachters Lied [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 6, No. 3. Leipzig.

Siegel. [1890?] No. 58 in M.392.8

Waldscene fur Mannerchor u. Orchester. Text und Musik

von Johann Herbeck. Partitur. Wien. Spina. [186-?]

No. 13 in M.212.6
Wanderlied der Prager Studenten [t. t. b. b.]. (In Abt.

Deutsche Sangerhalle. Vol. i, pp. 81-83.)

No. 29 in M.392.42.1
Zum Walde. [Mannerchor mit Hornerbegleitung.] (In

Abt. Deutsche Sangerhalle. Vol. i, pp. 4-10.)

No. 2 in M.392.42.1

Herbeck, Johann Franz. Works about.

Herbeck, L. Johann Herbeck. Ein Lebensbild, von seinem

Sohne. Wien. 1885. M.141.30

Herbeck, Ludwig.

Johann Herbeck. Ein Lebensbild, von seinem Sohne.

Wien. Gutmann. 1885. Portrait. M.141.30

Herbei, wer lustig sein will hier. Part-song. Schein, J. H.

Werke. Band i. M.414.1.1

Herbert, David.

The moorland witch. A dramatic cantata. The music by
Robert M'Hardy. No. 3 in M.204.22

Herbert, Edward. ,, >,

Te Deum laudamus. In D. [Accomp. for organ.] (In No-
vello's Parish choir book. Pp. 113-116.) No. 22 m M.157.30

Herbert, Joseph W. a j j r • ui

"Mam'selle Napoleon" by Jean Richepm. Adapted [with]
Ivrics by Joseph Herbert. Music by Gustav Luders.

M.399-85
The social whirl. A musical comedy. Music by Gustave
Kerker. ^.389.24

Herbert, May, translator.

Schumann, R. A. Early letters. M.128.1

The life of Robert Schumann, told m his letters.

M.126.18



Deutsche Sangerhalle.
No. 30 in M.392.4a.2



Herbert, Th.

Jiigerlied [t. x. b. b.]. (In Abt.

Vol. 2, pp. 95-96.)

Herbert, Victor. , , t:- j •

"The Ameer." Comic opera in three acts. Book by Frederic

Ranken and Kirke La Shelle. Music by Victor Herbert.

Vocal score. New York. Witmark. 1899- M.393.26

Aus Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen. (Farewell.) [t. t.

bb] Op. 20, No. 2. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1889.]

No. 60 in M.392.8; No. II in M.203.15

The words are in German and English.
[Babes in Toyland.] Songs and excerpts from Babes in
Toyland. A musical extravaganza. Book & lyrics by
Glen MacDonough. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal
score. New York. Witmark. 1903. M.397-3a

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Herbert, Victor. (Continued.)

Cyrano de Bergerac. Comic opera in three acts. Lyrics
by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal
score. New York. Witmark. 1899. M.393.27

The fortune teller. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto
by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal
score. New York. Witmark. 1898. M.394.54

"The idol's eye." Comic opera in 3 acts. Libretto by
Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score.
New York. Schuberth & Co. 1897. M.394.6

[It happened in Nordland.] Songs and excerpts from It
happened in Nordland. A musical extravaganza. Book
& lyrics by Glen MacDonough. Music by Victor Herbert.
Vocal score. New York. Witmark. 1905. M.399.24

Miss Dolly Dollars. A musical comedy. Book & lyrics by
Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score.
New York. Witmark. 1905. M.383.59

Mile Modiste. A comic opera. Book & lyrics by Henry
Blossom. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score. New
York. Witmark. 1905. M.399.2S

Prince Ananias. Comic opera in 2 acts. Libretto by Fran-
cis Neilson. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score.
New York. Schuberth & Co. [1895.] M.395.31

The red mill. A musical comedy. Book & lyrics by Henry
Blossom. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score. New
York. Witmark. 1006. M.389.45

"The serenade." Comic opera in 3 acts. Libretto by Harry
B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score. New
York. Schuberth & Co. 1897. M.395.32

The singing girl. Comic opera in three acts. Book by
Stanislaus Stange. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by
Victor Herbert. Vocal score. New York. Witmark.
1899- M.393.57

Suite romantique pour grand orchestre. Op. 31. Partition.
Berlin. Simrock. 1901. M.404.82

Die versunkene Stadt. (The vanished city.) [t. t. b. b.]
Op. 20, No. I. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1889.]

No. 59 in M.392.8; No. 10 in M.203.15
The words are in German and English.
The Viceroy. Comic opera in three acts. Book by Harry
B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal score. New
York. Witmark. 1900. M.402.2S

The wizard of the Nile. Comic opera in 3 acts. Libretto
by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal
score. New York. Schuberth & Co. 1895. M.3g5.33

Wonderland. A musical extravaganza. Book & lyrics by
Glen MacDonough. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal
score. New York. Witmark. 1905. M.39943

Herbert and Elsa. Cantata. For the Music see Thayer, E.
Herblay, Henri, pseud. See Hirschmann, Henri.
Herbst, F.

Krosus. Dramatische Dichtung. Componirt von C. Ad.
Lorenz. No. I in M.193.9

Herbst. Part-song.

Heuberger. Zwei Mannerchore. No. i in M.392.ii

Kretzschmar. Drei ernste Gesange. No. 51 in M.392.13

Herbst. Song.

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 10. M.317.1.20.10
Taubert, C. G. W. Zwolf Lieder. No. 3 in M.221.26

Herbst, Der, am Rhein. Part-song. Panny. No. 8 in M.212.13
Herbstabend, Der. Song.

RiGHiNi. Zwolf deutsche Lieder. No. 27 in M.231.33

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 4. M.317.1.20.4

Herbstgedanken. Symphony. Neurohr. M.411.44

Herbstgefuehl. Sotig. Brahms. Sieben Lieder. Op. 48.

No. II in M.380.40.1

Herbstlied. Duet. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Werke.

Serie 18. M.413.3.18

Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 10, Band i. M.316.1.10.1

Herbstlied. Part-song.

Beveb, H. Zwei Lieder. No. 25 in M.392.3

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Sechs vierstimmige

Lieder. No. 7 in M.313.8; etc.



Herbstlied. Part-song. (Continued.)

Randhartiger. No. 119a in M.147.4

Thiele, E. 4 vierstimmige Gesange. No. 28 in M.203.20

Zenger. Fiinf Lieder fiir Mannerchor. No. 72 in M.392.24
Herbstlied. Song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Werke.
Serie 19. M.413.3.19

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 4. M.317.1.20.4

Schumann, R. A. Sechs Gesange von W. von der Neun.

No. 7 in M.C44.15.3; etc.

Tiehsen. 7 Gedichte. No. 9 in M.236.8

Herbstnacht. Symphonic poem. Frischen. No. 2 in M.406.11

Herbstroeslein. Part-song. Abt, F. Sechs Gesange fiir ge-

mischten Chor. Op. 443- No. i in M. 158.22

Herbstsorge. Song. Franz, R. Zwolf Gesange. Op. 4.

No. 29 in M.244.5.1
Herbststimmung. Song. Grieg. Grieg-Album.

No. 4inM.155.16

Herbststurm. Part-song.

BiLLETER. No. 29 in M.392.3 ; etc.

Brambach. 3 Gesange. No. 24 in M.392.S

Muck. Im Wald. No. i in M.392.ig

Herbststurm. Song. Grieg. Grieg-Album. No. 3 in M.155.16

Herbsttage. Part-song. Hiller, F. Acht Gesange.

No. 3 in M.202.22
Herbst-Veilchen. Part-song. Lachner, V. 4 Mannergesange.

No. I in M.392.37
Hercole. Opera. For the Libretto see Rossi, G.
Herculanum. Opera. For the Music see David, F. C. For

the Libretto see Mery, J. P. A.
Hercule au Jardin des Hesperides. Symphonic poem. Busser.

M.410.15
Hercule chez Omphale. Opera. For the Music see Roques.

For the Libretto see Savard, F.
Hercule, Un, qui ne veut pas se rouiller. Opera. For the

Music see Pericaud.
Hercules. Oratorio. For the Music see Handel. For the

Libretto see Broughton, T.
Herder, Johann Gottfried von.
Alcestis. Componirt von C. Jos. Brambach. No. 2 in M.270.17
[Prometheus.] Chore zu Herder's Entfesselter Prome-
theus. Musik von Franz Liszt. Verbindende Dichtung
von R. Pohl. Leipzig. Kahnt. [186-?] No. 11 in M.375.3
Words only.
Same. Chore [von F. Liszt]. M.357.4

Same. [Music by Liszt.] M.155.28

Same. Componirt von C. Jos. Brambach. No. i in M.280.11
Herder, Johann Gottfried von, translator.

Reichardt, J. F. Morgengesang. M.280.36

Herdsman's mountain home, The. Song. Abt, F.

No. 29 in M. 192.2
Herdsman's song. Part-song. Raff. No. 5 in M.20S.10.7

Herdsman's song. Song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F.
Songs. No. 43 in M.244.21

Here! Aladdin. Chorus. Bishop, H. R. Complete collection
of glees. Vol. 7. M.235.1.7

Here beneath this lofty shade. Glee. Alcock, J.

No. 18 in M.220.10
Here for repose I fly. Song. Scarlatti. No. 69 in M. 111.4.3
Here I, Thomas Wharton. Catch. Atterbury.

No. 35 in M.220.9.4
Here I am riding. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren. Vocal
harmony. P. 24.) No. 18 in M.220.10

Here in cool grot. Glee. Wellesley, G. C.

No. 18 in M.244.10.3; etc.
Here in sweet sleep. Round. Horsley, W.

No. 4 in M.220.6; etc.
Here innocence and beauty. Catch. Travers.

No. 148 in M.235.17.1; etc.
Here let me lie. Glee. Wellesley, G. C. Glees and madri-
gals. No. 19 in M.236.23
Here lie as dead. Catch. Atterbury. No. 141 in M.220.g.i
Here lies a woman. Catch. 3 voices. (In Flowers of har-
mony. Vol. 2, p. 9.) No. 2 in M.1S7.18.3
Here lies honest Ned. Catch. Aylward. No. 125 in M.220.9.a



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Here lies John Trott. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Warren.

Vocal harmony. P. 96.) No. 62 in M.220.10

Here lies Jonson. Catch. Hawkins, J. No. 56 in M.220.g.i

Here lies Judge Boat. Catch. H.'VYes, W. Catches, glees and

canons. Vol. i. No. i in M.220.5

Here lies my wife. Glee. Giardini. No. 82 in M.22o.g.3

Here lies poor Toby. Catch. Green, J. No. 88 in M.220.g.4

Here lies the body of Sir John Frye. Glee, (/n Warren.

Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 45.) No. 19 in M.220.g.2

Here lies, the Lord have mercy. Catch. Yates.

No. 55 in M.220.g.i
Here lies within this tomb. Round. Webbe, S.

No. 8 in M.235.17.3
Here lieth John Croker. Part-song. Bates, W.

No. 132 in M.220.10
Here lyes old Bridges. Catch. Hayes, W. No. 92 in M.235.17.1
Here lyes poor Teague. Catch. Arnold, S.

No. 206 in M.I 10.2.3; etc.
Here lyes the body of Anthony White. Round [for 4 voices].
(In Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 114.)

No. 43 in M.220.g.3
Here lyeth Sir John Guise. Catch. Hayes, W.

No. 91 in M.23S.17.1
Here old John Randall lies. Part-song. Hague. Second col-
lection of glees. No. 5 in M.340.15
Here on his back. Catch. Battishill. No. 76 in M.220.g.i
Here on our verdant mountains. Madrigal. Morley.

No. SI in M.iii.4.3
Here rests his head. Part-song.

Battishill. No. 5 in M.iii.4.3

Callcott, J. W. No. 54 in M.220.3.4

Flacton. No. 171 in M.22o.g.i

Here rests little Bridget. Catch. Smith, J. S.

No. 94 in M.220.9.2
Here shall soft charity repair. Anthem. Boyce.

No. 7 in M.17S.1.8; etc.
Here! slaves of the lamp. Glee. Bishop, H. R. Complete
collection of glees. Vol. 4. M.23S.1.4

Here sleeps what once had beauty. Part-song. Battishill.

No. 13 in M.235.11
Here stand I. Catch. Warren, E. T. Collection of catches.
Vol. I. No. 49 in M.220.g.i

Here Tyler, Day and Pottle. Catch. Combes.

No. 92 in M.220.10

Here, waiter, bring a bottle. Catch. Hayes, W. Catches,

glees and canons. Vol. i. No. i in M.220.S

Here's a bowl. Catch. Gregory. No. 221 in M.235.17.2; etc.

Here's a health to all good lasses. Glee. Savile.

No. 4 in M.i39a.i8.2; etc.
Here's a health to all honest men. Catch. Alcock, J.

No. 23s in M.215.21 ; etc.

Here's a health to all them that we love. Round [for 3

voices], (/n Social harmony. P. 143.) No. 121 in M.215.21

Here's a health to old Brown. Catch a 3 voci. (In Warren.

Collection of catches. Vol. i, pp. 364, 365.)

No. 218 in M.220.9.1
Here's a health to the forester. Part-song. Loder, E. J.

No. 35 in M.235.7.1
Here's a health unto His Majesty. Glee. Savile.

No. 48 in M.isS.ig; etc.

Here's a tale. Catch [for 3 voices], (/n Warren. Collection

of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 360, 361.) No. 149 in M.220.9.2

Here's love. Catch. Callcott, J. W. No. 17 in M.22o.g.4

Here's that will challenge. Catch. Purcell, H.

No. I2S in M.110.1.2; etc.

Here's the bower. Ballad. Moore, T. No. 20 in M.237.7

Heredia, Pedro.

Missa, Super cantu Romano, [s. a. t. b.] (In Lueck.

Sammlung ausgezeichneter Compositionen fur die Kirche.

Band i, pp. 113-134.) No. 6 in M.158.33.1

Herefordshire, England.

King, R. J. The three choirs. A handbook of Gloucester,
Hereford and Worcester. London. 1866. M.126.23

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Herein. Song. Kuecken. Ernste und heitere Lieder.

No. IS in M.244.6.1

Herein is love. Response. Blodgett. Anthems, responses

and hymns. No. 4 in M.203.9

Heretiques, Les. Opera. For the Music see Levade. For the

Libretto see Herold, A.
Hereward. Cantata. For the Music see Prout. For the Li-
bretto see Grist.
Hering, Carl Eduard.
At the spinning-wheel. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp.
124-126.) No. 24 in M.204.36.7

Evening rest. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 120-123.)

No. 23 in M.204.36.7
The festival. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 132-135.)

No. 26 in M.204.36.7
The hussar's departure. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp.
127-131.) No.2Sin M.204.36.7

Matrosenlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus. Band 2, pp. 56, 57.)

No. 78 in M.i2ga.43.2

The moorland ride. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte].

(In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 111-114.)

No. 21 in M.204.36.7

The shepherd boy. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte].

(In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 115-119.)

No. 22 in M.204.36.7
Trinklied [t. t. b. b.]. (/n Orpheus. Band 3, p. 41.)

No. 104 in M.i2ga.43.3
Hering, Carl Gottlieb, editor.

Bergt. Briefwechsel eines alten und jungen Schulmeisters.

M.221.39
Hering, Georg.

Dies ist der wohlvertraute Flieder. Lied fiir Mannerchor.

Leipzig. Dietrich. [187-?] No. 61 in M.3g2.8

Heritage, Le, de m'nonque. Opera. For the Music see Ville-

bichot. For the Libretto see Richemont.
Heritage, L', du postilion. Opera. For the Music see

L'Eveille. For the Libretto see Jallais.
Heritier, L', de Paimpol. Opera. For the Music see Bochsa.

For the Libretto see Sewrin.
Herklots, Carl Alexander.

Hero. Lyrisches Melodrama. In Musik gesetzt von B. A.

Weber. M.221.17

Nurmahal, oder das Rosenfest von Caschmir. Lyrisches

Drama. In Musik gesetzt vom Ritter Spontini. M.284.2

Trauer-Cantate zur Begrsebnissfeyer Seiner Koeniglichen

Majestat von Preussen Friedrich Wilhelm II. In Musik

gesetzt von F. H. Himmel. M.14.2-

Herland, A.

Lois du chant d'eglise et de la musique moderne. Nomo-
thesie musicale. Paris. Didron. 1854. Plate.

No. I in M.123.36
Herman, Alphonse.
Au septieme etage. Bouffonnerie musicale (en i acte).
Paroles de Leon Coron. Musique de Alph. Herman.
[Accomp. de piano.] Paris. Gheluve. [1874.]



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