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of ancient church music. Vol. 2, pp. 55-77-)

No. 4 in M.233.25.3
Bard, The. Cantata. For the Music see Monk, E. G. For the

Libretto see Gray, T.
Bardare, Emanuele.

Chatterton. Dramma lirico dei Sig". Michelangelo Pinto cd



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Bardare, Emanuele. (Continued.)

Emanuele Bardare. Musica di Erennio Gamraieri.

M.256.18

Bardari, Giuseppe.

Maria Stuarda. Dramma. Musica di G. Donizetti. M.364.23
Barde, Der. Part-song. Silcher. No. 8 in M.130.7

Barde, Le. Part-song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 7-

M.327.4.7
Barden, Die. Ol>era. For the Music see Freudenthal.
Bardengeist, Der. Song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 23.

M.413.1.23
Bardengesang. Part-song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 19.

M.317.1.19

Bardensohn, Der. Part-song. Juengst. No. 40 in M.392.12

Bardin, Hippolyte H., Vicomtc de.

Hymne a la Vierge. Paroles et musique de H. H. de Bardin.

[s. A. t. B. Accomp. de piano.] Paris. Canaux. [180-?]

No. 6 in M.380.3
Oraison dominicale. Paroles et musique de H. H. de Bardin.
[s. T. B. Accomp. de piano.] Paris. Canaux. [180-?]

No. 4 in M.380.3
Salutation angelique. Paroles et musique de H. H. de Bar-
din. [s. t. b., avec accomp. de piano.] Paris. Canaux.
[180-?] No. S in M.380.3

Symbole des apotres. Paroles et musique de H. H. de Bar-
din. [s. T. B. Accomp. de piano.] Paris. Canaux. [180-?]

No. 3 in M.380.3
Bardonnaut, J. N. Marcellin.

Observations sur la musique, par un ancien eleve de I'ficole
polytechnique. Paris. Carilian-Goeury. 1841.

No. 3 in M.2i8.g
Bards.

David, E. fitudes historiques sur la poesie et la musique

dans la Cambric. Paris. 1884. M.215.22

Jones, E. Musical and poetical relics of the Welsh bards.

London. 1784. M.121.24

Same. 4th edition, with additions. Vol. i. M. 121.25

La Rue, G. de. Essais historiques sur les bardes, les jon-
gleurs et les trouveres normands et anglo-normands.
Caen. 1834. 3 v. M.136.1S

Walker, J. C. Historical memoirs of the Irish bards. Dub-
lin. 1786. Portrait. Plates. M.122.36
Baret, Charles.

Changement de garnison. Operette de V. Meusy et Ch.

Baret. Musique de G. Marietti. No. 2 in M.393.37

Barfussele. Opera. For the Music see Heuberger. For the

Libretto see Hirschfeld, F.
Bargain, A. Part-song. Brown, O. B. No. 51 in M.3g2.3

Bargheer, Carl Louis.

L. van Beethoven's funf letzte Quartette fiir die Kammer-
musik - Abende der Philharmonischen Gesellschaft in
Hamburg analysirt. Hamburg. Richter. 1883.

No. 2 in M.215.4
Bargiel, Woldemar.

Adagio fiir Violoncell mit Orchesterbegleitung. Op. 38.
Partitur, Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hiirtel. [1873?]

No. 5 in M.332.2

„Der Herr ist mein Hirt" (Psalm 23), fiir 3 stimmigen weib-

lichen Chor und kleines Orchester. Clavierauszug. Bonn.

Simrock. [186-?] No. 2 in M.270.54

Intermezzo fiir Orchester. Op. 46. Partitur. Leipzig.

Breitkopf & Hartel. [188-?] No. 4 in M.346.43

[Medea.] Ouverture zu Medea fiir grosses Orchester.

Op. 22. Partitur. Breslau. Leuckart. [186-?]

No. 3 in M.346.43
Octett fiir 4 Violinen, 2 Violen und 2 Violoncelle. Op. isa.
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1876?]

No. 3 in M.33S.7
Overture zu einem Trauerspiel fiir grosses Orchester.
Op. 18. Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [186-?]

No. 2 in M.346.43
[Prometheus.] Ouverture zu Prometheus fiir grosses Or-
chester. Op. 16. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel.
[186-?] No. I in M.346.43



Bargiel, Woldemar. (Continued.)
Psalm XCVI. fiir Doppel-Chor ohne Begleitung. Leipzig.
Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] No. i in M.221.1

Pp. 13, 14 are missing.

Quartett [D moll] fiir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncell.
Op. 47. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1889.]

No. 2 in M.335.7
Quartett, No. 3, fiir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violtmcell. Op.
15b. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1876?]

No. I in M.335.7

Symphonic in C fiir Orchester. Op. 30. Partitur. Leipzig.

Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] No. i in M.346.44

Trio, Drittes, fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 37.

[Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1869.]

No. I in M.2II.3.I
Same. [Stimmen, Violine und Violoncell.] 2 v.

No. I in M.211.4.1, a
Trois danses allemandes pour orchestre. Op. 24. Partition.
Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. [187-?] No. 2 in M.346.44
Bargiel, Woldemar, editor.

Chopin, F. F. Friedrich Chopin's Werke. M.316.2

Barham, Richard Harris.
The babes in the wood, new comic cantata. Music by George
Fox. No. 3 in M.1S5.3

Hamilton Tighe. Cantata. The music by George Fox.

No. 4 in M.277.ig
The jackdaw of Rheims: cantata. Music by George Fox.

No. 2 in M.285.ig
Winifred Pryce; the milkmaid's story. A melodramatic can-
tata. Music by G. Fox. No. I in M.1S5.3
Barham, Thomas Foster, editor.

Pergolesi, G. B. Stabat Mater, or Calvary. No. 2 in M.280.2
Baric, Jules Jean Antoine.

Le loup-garou. Opera comique. Paroles de Jules Delahaye

et Baric. Musique de Adolphe Nibelle. No. 2 in M.a67.a7

La part a Dieu. Opera-comique. Musique de Laurent de

Rille. No. 3 in M.307.20

Barilli, Giuseppe.

La locandiera. Melodramma giocoso. Musica del Mo.

Emilio Usiglio. M.284.2a

Barkarole. Part-song. Tauwitz. No. 2 in M.392.42.3

Barker, Theodore T.

O that I had wings. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] (/«
Buck. Motette collection. Vol. i, pp. 104, 105.)

No. 28 in M.100.4.1
Barker, Theodore T., translator.

Grisart. The infanta's dolls. M. 266.40

Herold, L. J. F. The field of honor. M.402.26

Barkworth, John Edmund.

The Lord hear thee. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] [In

Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 11, pp. I54-I57-)

No. IS in M.195.2.11
Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe. Anthem. Bach, J. S.
Werke. Jahrgang 37. M.8040.21.37

Barnard, Charles.

Camilla: a tale of a violin. Being the artist life of Camilla

Urso. Boston. Loring. [1874.] M.i29a.4

Money and music: an art story. Being the sequel to "The

soprano." [Boston. Lee & Shepard. 1874.] M.102.6

The soprano: a musical story. By Jane Kingsford [pseud.].

Boston. Loring. [1869.] M.108.6

Too soon. An operetta for young performers. Music by

Alfred Cellier. No. I in M.291.1

Zegelda Romanief. A story about music. Boston. Musical

Herald Co. 1880. Plates. M.102.8

Barnard, William Vincent.

O Lord, we beseech Thee. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello. [185-?] No. 17 in M.157.29

Barnby, Sir Joseph.
Annie Lee. A four-part song. {In Novello's Part-song book.
2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 112-115.)

No. I in M.158.23; No. 23 in M.195.1.3

As we have borne the image. Full anthem. [Accomp. for

organ.] London. Novello & Co. [1865.] No. 12 in M.234.10

Same. 1865. [Musical times.] No. 12 in M.158.13



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Barnby, Sir Joseph. (Continued.)

Behold, I bring you good tidings. Anthem for Christmas.
[Accomp. for organ.] (/)s Novello's Collection of an-
thems. Vol. 4, pp. 1 19-124) No. II inM.195.2.4
Drop down, ye heavens. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 21 in M.234.10
Eight four-part songs. London. Novello, Ewer & Co.
[187-?] No. I in M. 158.23
Contents. — Phoebus. — Luna. — A wife's song. — Home they brought
her warrior dead. — Annie Lee. — Starry crowns of heaven. — The
wind. — The skylark.
Four hymns, from "Original tunes to popular hymns" . . .
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. 1883. No. 18 in M.158.13
Contents. — I lay my sins on Jesus. — In time of fear. — Softly now
the light of day. — Ye holy angels bright.
Grant to US, Lord, we beseech Thee. Full anthem. [Accomp.
for organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?]

No. S in M.1S7.32
Have mercy upon me. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello. [186-?] No. 13 in M.234.10

Home they brought her warrior dead. A four-part song
[s. A. T. B.]. (/n Novello's Part-song book. 2d series.
Vol. 3, pp. 109-111.) No. I in M.158.23; No. 22in M.195.1.3
Also to be found [for A. T. T. B.] in The Orpheus, New series.
I bow my knee. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] Lon-
don. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 18 in M.234.10
I will give thanks. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In
Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 2, pp. 20-33.)

No. 3 in M. 195.2.2

I will lift up mine eyes. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]

London. Novello. [186-?] No. 11 in M.234.10

It is a good thing. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In

Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 9, pp. 132-146.)

No. 10 in M.19S.2.9
It is high time to awake. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello & Co. fi86-?] No. 23 in M.234.10

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

King all glorious. Motett for soli [x. & b.] and chorus [s. s.
A. T. B. B. Accomp. for organ]. London. Novello & Co.
[186-?] No. 25 in M.234.10

Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.
Let the words of my mouth. Full anthem. [Accomp. for
organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 15 in M.234.10
"Let Thy merciful kindness, O Lord." Anthem. [Accomp.
for organ.] London. Boosey & Co. [186-?]

No. 9 in M.157.10

Let your light so shine. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]

London. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 17 in M.234.10

The Lord is king (Dominus regnavit). Psalm XCVIL

[For s. A. B. solos and chorus, s. s. a. a. t. t. b. b. Accomp.

for organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?]

No. 2 in M. 204.5

Lullaby. A cradle song [s. a. t. b. London. Cramer & Co.

187-?]. No. 30inM.1s7.23

Same. Novello, Ewer & Co. 1877. No. 19 in M.157.25

Luna. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song book. 2d

series. Vol. 3, pp. 101-104.)

No. I in M.158.23; No. 20 in M.195.1.3
Magnificat, in C. [Unison. Accomp. for organ.] (In
Parish choirs in the Diocese of Massachusetts. Annual
festival. Order of music, 7th festival. Pp. 14-16.)

No. 59 in M. 158.18
Make me a clean heart. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello & Co. [1S6-?] No. 14 in M.234.10

Also to be found in Fowle's Parochial anthems; Novello's Collection
of anthems.
Morning and evening service, together with the office for
the Holy communion. Set to music in the key of E.
[Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. I in M.2go.27

Not unto us, O Lord. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]

London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 20 in M.234.10

O how amiable. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In

Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 2, pp. 175-181.)

No. 21 in M.195.2.2



Barnby, Sir Joseph. (Continued.)

O Lord God, to whom vengeance belongeth. Anthem for a

double choir. [Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello

& Co. fi86-?] No. 19 in M.234.10

Also to be found in Ouseley's Special anthems.

O Lord, how manifold. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.]

Boston. Davenport. 1868. No. 13 in M.190.1

O paradise. Sacred quartett with solo for s. or x. Arranged

[by Ambrose Davenport. Accomp. for organ]. Boston.

Goullaud. 1870. No. I4in M.190.1

Same. White & Goullaud. [187-?] No. 12 in M.2go.i2

O praise the Lord, ye angels. Full anthem. [Accomp. for

organ.] London.. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?]

No. 16 in M.234.10

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

O risen Lord. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] London.

Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 22 in M.234.10

Original tunes to popular hymns. London. Novello, Ewer

& Co. [1869.] M.154.21

Same. [Incomplete.] No. 25-29 in M. 157.29

Phoebus. A four-part song, (hi Novello's Part-song book.

2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 97-100.)

No. 19 in M.195.1.3; No. I in M.158.23

Rebekah, a sacred idyll, written by Arthur Matthison, set to

music [for s. t. b. and chorus] by Joseph Barnby. London.

Novello, Ewer & Co. [188-?] M.154.20; No. i in M.204.5

Silent night. Four-part song. London. Novello, Ewer &

Co. [189-?] No. 39 in M. 157.23

The silver streamlet. Part-song. [London. Boosey & Co.

186-?] No. 85 in M.157.5.2

Sing and rejoice. Anthem for Christmas. [Accomp. for

organ. London. Novello, Ewer & Co.] 1870.

No. 13 in M.158.13

The sky lark. A four-part song. London. Novello, Ewer

& Co. [187-?] No. i8in M.157.2S

Also to be found in his Eight four-part songs ; Novello's Part-song
book, 2d series.

Sleep! the bird is in its nest. [Part-song, s. s. a. t. b. Lon-
don. Cramer & Co. 186-?] No. 31 in M. 157.23
Also to be found in Novello's Part-song book.

The snow-drop. [Part-song for a. x. x. b. London. Boosey
& Co. 186-?] No. 88 in M.157.5.2

Starry crowns of heaven. A four-part song. (In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 116-118.)

No. I in M.158.23; No. 24 in M.195.1.3

The summer days are coming. Part-song. [London.
Boosey & Co. 186-?] No 90 in M.157.5.2

A summer song. [Trio, s. s. A. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
London. Cock, Hutchings & Co. [186-?]

No. 20 in M.244.10.4

Sweet and low. A lullaby. London. Novello & Co. [186-?]
No. 22 in M.1S7.23; No. 16 in M. 157.29

Sweet is Thy mercy. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] Lon-
don. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 24 in M.234.10

Sweet May. Trio [s. s. A. Accomp. for pianoforte]. Bos-
ton. Tolman & Co. [187-?] No. 11 in M.244.10.6

jMso to be found in Novello's Collection of trios, etc.

Te Deum laudamus. In B flat. (In Novello's Parish choir

book. Pp. 20-24.) No. 4in M.157.30

Te Deum laudamus. In D. (In Novello's Parish choir

book. Pp. 15-19-) No. 3 in M.157.30

Tell me, roses. Part-song. [London. Boosey & Co.

186-?] No. 89 in M.157.5.2

"Thy mercy, O Lord, reacheth unto the heavens." Anthem.

[Accomp. for organ.] London. Boosey & Co. [1S6-?]

No. 8 in M. 157.10
To blossoms. [Part-song for s. x. i. b. London. Boosey

& Co. 186-?] No. 86inM.is7.5.2

To daffodils. Part-song. London. Novello, Ewer & Co.

1879. No. 16 in M.158.13

The twilight star. [Trio, s. s. A. Accomp. for pianoforte.]

London. Foster & King. [186-?] No. 10 in M. 244.10.6

Same. Boston. Tolman & Co. 1869. No. 12 in M.244.J0.6

Also to be found in Novello's Collection of trios, etc.

Voice of the western wind. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for piano-



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Bamby, Sir Joseph. (Continued.)

forte.] London. Williams. [i86-?] No. 9 in M.244.10.6
Also to be found in Novello's Collection of trios, etc.
Welcome Part-song. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1876.]

No. 1sinM.158.13

When twilight dews. [Part-song. London. Boosey & Co.

186-?] No. 87 in M.157.S.2

Who shall be fleetest? Chorus for 3 female voices (with s.

solo), from Rebekah. [Accomp. for pianoforte. London.

Novello, Ewer & Co. 1870.] No. 17 in M.158.13

A wife's song. A four-part song. (/» Novello's Part-song

book. 2d series. Vol. 3. PP- 105-108.)

No. I in M.158.23; No. 21 in M.195.1.3
The wind. A four-part song, (/n Novello's Part-song book.
2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 119-123.)

No. I in M.158.23; No. 25 m M.195.1.3

Barnby, Sir Joseph, editor.
Gounod, C. F. Messe solennelle. (St. Ceciha.) M.250.17
Mozart, J. C. W. A. Praise the Lord, O my soul.

No. 3inM.233.i8.i;etc.

Barnet, Robert Ayer.

[Baron Humbug.] Hungarian musical play. Music by

Lewis S. Thompson. M.397.68

Boodle and Co. A musical play. Book by R. A. Barnet and

Harold Otis. Music by John H. Densmore. M.399.74

Excelsior, Jr. Burlesque. Music by Geo. Lowell Tracy.

M.246.20

"1492." Operatic extravaganza. Music by Carl Pflueger.

M.246.11

Miladi and the musketeer. A romantic extravaganza. Music

by Harry Lawson Heartz. M.402.24

Miss Pocahontas. An Indian war-whoop in two whoops.

Book by R. A. Barnet and R. M. Baker. Music by Dan J.

Sullivan. M.383.S2

Miss Simplicity. A musical comedy. Music by H. L. Heartz.

M.381.23

Nicolette. A romantic comic opera. Music and lyrics by
Charles Eugene Hamlin. No. 3 in M.382.12

Prince pro tem. A comic opera. Music by Lewis S. Thomp-
son. No. I in M.245.20
Queen of the ballet. A musical comedy. Music by Edward
W. Corliss. M.394.1
The show girl. A musical play. Music by H. L. Heartz,
E. W. Corliss. M.382.30
"Tabasco." Burlesque opera. Music by G. W. Chadwick.

M.285.1

Simple Simon. A Mother Goose extravaganza. The music

by A. B. Sloane. No. 2 in M.391.36

The strange adventures of Jack and the bean-stalk. A fairy

extravaganza. The music by A. B. Sloane. M.246.17

Bamett, C. Z.

Fair Rosamond, a grand opera. The poetry by Z. C. Barnett
& F. Shannon, the music by John Barnett. M.261.17

Same. The songs, duetts, choruses, &c., in Fair Rosamond,
a grand opera. The music by John Barnett. [Words only,
by C. Z. Barnett and F. Shannon.] London. Buncombe.
[183-?] No. 2inM.145.25

Bamett, James G.

Come unto Me. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] (In Buck.
Motette collection. Vol. i, pp. 114-116.) No. 31 in M.100.4.1
Turn Thou unto us, O Lord. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.]
(In Buck. Motette collection. Vol. i, pp. 44-46.)

No. II in M.100.4.1
Barnett, John.

Ave Maria, a song [m.-s.] with choral accomp. London.
Hutchings & Romer. [185-?] No. 4 in M.158.32

Bend down from thy chariot. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Leader & Cock. [184-?]

No. 13 in M.244.10.1

The carnival at Naples. The overture and the whole of the

music in the play. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.

Barnett. [1830.] M.261.16

Fair Rosamond, a grand opera. The poetry by Z. C. Barnett



Bamett, John. (Continued.)

& F. Shannon, the music by John Barnett. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Cramer, Beale & Co. [1837?]

M.261.17
Farewell to the flowers. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] .

No. 8 in M.244.10.3
It is summer. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon-
don. Leader & Cock. [184-?] No. 12 in M.244.10.1
Lays of the passions, the poetry by Mrs. Cornwell Baron
Wilson, the music by John Barnett. London. Barnett
& Co. [183-?] Plates. M.244.20

Contents. — Hope dwells in an ever blooming bow'r. — In a dark
cave. — • Joy! joy! joy. — Sorrow's lone, dejected daughter. — He
comes, the warrior boy. — Jealousy, w^th sighs of fire. — Who rides
o'er the plain. — Cheerfulness, of ruddy mien.
Lyrical illustrations of modern English poets. A collection
of songs for s. A. T. and B. voices. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Hutchings & Romer. [1877.] M. 157.41

Contents. — Queen Mab. ■ — • Prometheus. — I arise from dreams of
thee. — Rarely, rarely comest thou, — One word is too often pro-
faned. — My faint spirit. — Ossian's glen. — Darkness. — My early
love, and must we part. — That song again. — The seals. — The lover
of music to his piano. — The kiss, dear maid. — When passion's trance.
. — • The cloud.
Merrily wake music's measure. Madrigal [s. s. a. t. b], sung
in the opera Fair Rosamond. London. Cramer, Addison
& Beale. [1837.] No. 14 in M.235.7.1; No. 74 in M.237.15
Same. [Patey & Willis. 1885?] No. 19 in M.158.13

The mountain sylph, a grand opera, in 3 acts . . . Written
by T. J. Thackeray. Composed by John Barnett. [Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Hawes. [1834.] M.261.18
The omnipresence of the Deity, an oratorio, written by
Robert Montgomery, composed by John Barnett. [Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Mayhew & Co. [1829.]

M.241.8
Bamett, John, editor.

Pepusch, J. C. The beggars opera. M.395.33

Barnett, John Francis.

The ancient mariner. Cantata, written by S. T. Coleridge.
Composed ... by J. F. Barnett. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Hutchings & Romer. [1867?] M. 154.33
Same. (Der alte Matrose.) A cantata for solo voices, cho-
rus, and orchestra. The words by S. T. Coleridge. The
German translation by Ferdinand Freiligrath. Composed
by John Francis Barnett. Full score [and ad lib. part for
organ]. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] M.227.1
The building of the ship. Written by Longfellow, composed
... by J. F. Barnett. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon-
don. Patey & Willis. [1880?] M.154.22
"Come, Thou Holy Spirit." Anthem for Whitsuntide. For
s. solo and chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] London. Patey
& Willis. 1S84. No. 20 in M.158.13
The good shepherd, sacred cantata, the words adapted from
the Holy Scriptures by Joseph Bennett, the music . . .
by J. F. Barnett. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Hutchings & Romer. [1876?] M.154.24
The lay of the last minstrel. Descriptive piece for orchestra,
in 4 movements. Full orchestral score. London. Hutch-
ings & Romer. [1874?] No. 3 in M.332.2
The raising of Lazarus, oratorio. [Full vocal score, with
pianoforte accomp.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1874.]

M.153.2

Barnett, Joseph Alfred.

Exaudi, Deus. [Motet a. or bar. In G. Accomp. for organ.]
Manuscript. [185-?] No. 6 in M.2S0.6

Exaudi Deus. Solo, s. or t. [In B flat. Accomp. for organ.]
London. Novello. [185-?] No. i8a in M.260.10.2

Barnett, Robert.
Andante a la capella [for organ]. (In Haycraft. Sacred
music. Pp. 210-212.) No. 38 in M.234.6

Barnett, Z. C. See Barnett, C. Z.
Bami, Camille.

Huit nocturnes, a deux voix. (Divises en deux livraisons.)
Paroles de Metastase. Mis en musique avec accomp. de
piano ou harpe. Liv. i. Paris. L'auteur. [1822?]

No/ 2 in M.202.43



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Barnum's Parnassus; being confidential disclosures of the
prize committee on the Jenny Lind song. Butler. W. A.

No. I in M.128.32
Baron, Eugene.

Qui s'y frotte, s'y pique! . . . Operette. Paroles de Sophro-
nyme Loudier. Musique de Eugene Baron. [Partition
chant et piano.] Paris. L'Orpheon. [1872.]

No. I in M.39S.4
Baron, John.

Scudamore organs; or, hints respecting organs for village

churches ... 2d edition. London. Bell & Daldy. 1862.

Illus. Plates. M.106.8

Baron, Le, de Groschaminet. Opera. For the Music see Du-

prato. For the Libretto see Truinet.
Baron Frick, Le. Opera. For the Music see Chaumet. For

the Libretto see Depre.
Baron Humbug. Opera. For the Music see Thompson, L. S.

For the Libretto see Barnet.
Barone, II, di Dolsheim. Opera. For the Music see Pacini, G.
Barone, II, di Torreforte. Opera. For the Libretto see Pic-

cinni, N.
Baroni, Fernando.

Ricciarda. Dramma tragico in 3 atti di Rinaldo dall' Argine,
posto in musica da F. Baroni. Con accomp. di pianoforte.
Milano. Ricordi. [1848?] M.230.7

Baronne, La, de Haut-Castel. Opera. For the Music see Bar-
bier, F. fe. For the Libretto see Fromage-Chapelle.
Barra, Joseph.

Devienne, F. Romance patriotique sur la mort du jeune
Bara. (In Pierre, C. V. D. Musique des fetes et cere-
monies de la Revolution frangaise . . . Pp. 390, 391.)

M.380.14

Langle, H. F. M. Hymne a Bara et Viala. (In Pierre, C.

V. D. Musique des fetes et ceremonies de la Revolution

franqaise ... P. 389.) M.380.14

Mehul, £. N. Hymne chante par le peuple a la fete de Bara

et Viala le 10 thermidor. (In Pierre, C. V. D. Musique

des fetes et ceremonies de la Revolution frangaise . . .

Pp. 387, 388.) M.380.14

Barratt, Augustus.

Kitty Grey. A musical comedy in 3 acts. Adapted from
Mars & Hennequin's "Les fetards" by J. S. Pigott. Lyrics
by Adrian Ross [pseud.]. Music by Augustus Barratt and
Howard Talbot, with additional numbers by Lionel
Monckton, Paul Rubens, and Bernard Rolt. Vocal score
[with piano accomp,]. London. Ascherberg & Co. 1901.

No. I in M.397.8
Barre, Albert.

L'escargot. Operette. Paroles de Paul Adely et Albert

Barre. Musique de Antoine Banes. No. 3 in M.393.3

Madame Rose. Opera-comique de Paul Bilhaud & Albert

Barre. Musique de Antoine Banes. No. 3 in M.255.2

Meiie portez-arme! Operette de Albert Barre, E. Martin &

Henry Berhard. Musique de Antoine Banes. M.382.1

Le roi Frelon. Opera bouffe. Musique de Antoine Banes.

M.397.2

Toto. Operette de Paul Bilhaud & Albert Barre. Musique

de A. Banes. No. i in M.255.33

Same. Tata-Toto. Vaudeville Operette von Paul Bilhaud

& Albert Barre. Musik von A. Banes. No. i in M.39g.2

Barre, Pierre Yves.

Renaud d'Ast, comedie par Radet et Barre . . . Mise en
musique par M. Dal*** [Dalayrac]. M.2gi.30

Barrett, E. R.

Te Deum, in E flat. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Parish
choirs in the Diocese of Massachusetts. Annual festival.
Order of music, 7th festival. Pp. 34-37.) No. 59 in M.158.18
Barrett, Ezra.

Sabbath school psalmody. Comprising an analysis of the
rudiments of music, with directions for the reading of
verse, and musical expression . . . also divine songs, with
music adapted to them. 2d edition. Boston. Richardson,
Lord & Holbrook. 1830. Illus. No. i in M.377.1



Barrett, Francis J.

Deus misereatur. [Accomp. for organ.] New York. Moli-
neux. [1883.] No. 21 in M.IS8.13

Barrett, Thomas.



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