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Santa-Chiara. Crosse Oper. ^ilusik von E. H. z. S. [Ernst
August . . . von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha]. No. 2 in M.321.13
Birch, Edward Henry.

Via Crucis. (The way of the Cross.) Cantata for Lent and
Passion-tide. [s. a. x. b. solos and chorus.] The words
written and selected from the Holy Scriptures by Edwin
Ellis Griffin. The music composed by Edward Henry
Birch. London. Blockley. [189-?] No. I in M.384.14



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Birch, Edward Henry. (Continued.)
Vortigern and Rowena. A dramatic cantata [for s. a. t.
BAR and chorus]. The verse by Edwin Elhs Gnffm.
The music by Edward Henry Birch. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Blockley. [1891.] No. i m M.204.6
Birch, Samuel. .

The mariners; a musical entertainment. [Mus:c by Thomas

Attwood.] No. 2 in M.230.S

The smugglers, a musical drama. Composed by Thomas

Attwood. No. 16 in M.220.4; etc.

Birch, William Henry.

Eveleen, the rose of the vale. An original operetta m i act.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Reading. Birch. [187-?]

No. I in M.27I-I4
Evening chant service in (G). Amersham. Birch. [186-?]

No. 16inM.154.19
Katrine, the pride of Killarney. Ballad-operetta in i act.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Reading. Birch. [187-?]

No. 2 in M.271.14
The merry men of Sherwood forest (or Forest days in the
olden time). A pastoral operetta. In 3 acts, words com-
piled, music composed by W. H. Birch. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] Reading. Birch. [1870.] No. i in M.391.23
Te Deum and Jubilate, for 4 voices with organ or piano-
forte accomp. Amersham. [Birch. 186-? Morning ser-
vice in C] No. 31 in M.190.1
Te Deum laudamus and Jubilate Deo. [Accomp. for or-
gan.] Amersham. Birch. [186-? Morning service in
^ 1 No. 30 in M.igo.i
Birch, William Henry, editor.

Choralist, The. M.157.S

Birches, The, and the alders. Cantata. For the Music see

Bruch.
Birch-Pfeiffer, Charlotte. See Birch, Charlotte.
Bird, Arthur. .

Fine Carneval Scene. Op. S- Partitur. Breslau. Hainauer.
jgg7 No. I in M.410.11

Dritte kleine Suite, fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 32. Parti-
tur. Boston. Schmidt. 1892. M.403.8
Gavotte fiir Streichorchester aus Opus 7. Partitur. Leip-
zig. Dorffel. [188-?] No. 2 in M.405.3
Bird, George, editor.

Bird's Collection of one hundred single & double chants
For four voices. London. Novello. [184-?]

No. 4 in M.370.17

Bird, Horace.

The sacred lyrist. Edited by Joseph and Horace Bird.
Boston. Reynolds & Co. 1847. M.100.34

The singer's second book; consisting of easy rules and
tunes to illustrate them, also many of the most useful
and popular melodies. Edited by Joseph and Horace
Bird. Boston. Reynolds & Co. 1846. No. 2 in M.377.1

Bird, Joseph.

Gleanings from the history of music, from the earliest times

to the commencement of the i8th century. Boston.

Mussey & Co. 1850. M.103.12

The sacred lyrist. Edited by Joseph and Horace Bird.

Boston. Reynolds & Co. 1847. M.100.34

The singer's second book; consisting of easy rules and

tunes to illustrate them, also many of the most useful and

popular melodies. Edited by Joseph and Horace Bird.

Boston. Reynolds & Co. 1846. No. 2 in M.377.1

Bird, The. Part-song. Soderberg. No. 31 in M.392.2S

Bird at sea. The. Part-song. Smart, H. No. 6 in M.244.10.6; etc.

Bird beneath the golden ray, A. Part-song. Mendelssohn-

Bartiioldy, J. L. F. No. 52 in M.1S7.6.3

Bird let loose. The. Trio. Beethoven. No. 17 in M.221.22.1

Waley. No. 6 in M.380.18

Bird of the forest. Part-song. Duerrner. No. 28 in M. 392.48.1

Bird of the wilderness. Part-song. Hatton.

No. 20 in M.235.10; etc.

Bird that art singing. Song. Hodges, G. L. Collection of

Peninsula melodies. Vol. i. No. 11 in M.244.2S.1

Bird's question, The. Part-song. Abt, F. No. 22 in M.204.38



Birdes, The, that had left their song. Part-song. Macfarren,
G. A. No. 14 in M.121.3

Birdie. Duet. Rubinstein. Eighteen two-part songs.

No. I in M.155.47
Birds, The, are coming hither. Part-song. Abt, F.

No. 49 in M.157.6.1
Birds' awakening, The. Part-song. Rossini. No. 18 in M.244.10.6
Birds in the high hall-garden. Part-song. Metcalfe. W.

No. 41 in M.257.2

Birdseye, George W.

Once again. Words and melody [bar.] by G. W. Birdseye.

Arranged [with accomp. for pianoforte] by M. Keller.

Boston. Tolman & Co. 1866. No. 20 in M.192.13.2

Birichino, II. Opera. For the Music see Mugnone. For the

Libretto see Golisciani.
Birkenbaum, Der. Song. Gade. Lieder und Gesange. Heft 3.

No. 4 in M.iga.s
Birmingham, England.

Birmingham general hospital, and triennial musical festi-
vals. Birmingham. Hall. [1858.] Plate. M.105.34
Birmingham musical festival . . . October 6th-9th, 1891.
37th celebration. [Programmes, etc.] Birmingham.
Hall & English. 1892. Plate. M.206.2
BuNCE, J. T. A history of the Birmingham general hospi-
tal and the Musical festivals. Birmingham. [1873.]

M.ig7.2
Hogarth, G. The Birmingham festival of 1855. Birming-
ham. [i8ss-] No. 2 in M.105.34
LuNN, C. The economy of art. Birmingham. 1876.

A plea for a local academy of music. No. I in M. 128.36

Biron,

Le marquis des I'lageolets. Opera comique, paroles de
Biron et Sylvain St. fitienne. Musique de Jules Creste.

M.381.12
Birrajo, II, di Preston. Opera. For the Music see Ricci, L.

For the Libretto see Guidi.
Birth of love. The. Cantata. For the Music see Brewer, J. H.

For the Libretto see Bulwer-Lytton.
Birth of song. The. Cantata. For the Music see Bllicott.

For the Libretto see Morris, L.
Birthday, The. Cantata. For the Music see Sloper. For the

Libretto see Chorley.
Birthday festival. The. Cantata. For the Music see Spark.

For the Libretto see Curzon, F.
Birthday-ode for Queen Anne. Cantata. For the Music see

Handel. Werke. Lieferung 46A.
Birth-day of Laura, The. Song. Rauzzini. No. 29 in M.237.2
Bis, Hippolyte Louis Florent.

Guillaume Tell. Opera. [Musique de M. Rossini.] 4e edi-
tion. [Libretto only, in French.] Paris. Barba. 1837.
Plates. No. 5 in M.370.37

Same. Solos, duets, trios ... [in English only]. By Al-
fred Bunn. London. Wright. [1838.] M.147.29
Same. Johnson. [1845.] M.147.28
Same. Guglielmo Tell. Grand' opera. [Parole di fitienne
e Bis. Musica di] G. Rossini. [2a edizione.] M.35S.ia
Same. Opera [de fetienne et Bis]. Musique de G. Rossini.
Paroles italiennes et allemandes. M.327.1
Bis der Rechte kommt. Opera. For the Music and Libretto

see Gumbert.
Biscayan, The, to his mistress. Song. Hodges, G. L. Col-
lection of Peninsular melodies. Vol. i. No. 12 in M.244.25.1
Bischoff, Hans, editor.

KuLLAK, A. The aesthetics of pianoforte-playing. M.149.24

Bischoff, Kaspar Jakob.

Harmonie-Lehre. Lief. i. Mainz. Diemer. 1890.

No. 4 in M.372.S6
Walzer, Galopp & Polka. Text von J. A. Fiir Mannerchor.
Op. 10. Offenbach a, M. Andre. [185-?] No. i in M.392.5
Bischoff, Ludwig Friedrich Christian.

Treulieb' ist nimmer weit. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus.

Band 2, p. 28.) No. 62 in M.i29a.43.a

Ver sacrum, oder die Grundung Roms. Gedicht in Musik

gesetzt von Ferd. Hiller. M.270.S0



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Bisher habt ihr nichts gebeten in meinem Namen. Anthem.

Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahrgang 20, Tlieil i. M.8040.21.20.1

Bishop, Anna.

Travels of Anna Bishop in Mexico. 1849. Philadelphia.

Deal. [1852.] Illus. M.103.25

Bishop, Anna. IVorks about.

Foster, G. G. Biography of Anna Bishop, the celebrated

cantatrice, giving accounts of her professional tour in

England, Denmark, Sweden . . . and California . . . [New

York. 1853.] No. 2 in M.373.63

Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley.

[The ^thiop; or, the child of the desert.] The overture,
songs, &c. in The ^thiop. Composed and arranged for
the piano forte by Henry R. Bishop. [The words by Wil-
liam Dimond.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter
& Co. [1822.] No. I in M.391.13

Airs of haut-ton. The poetry by Thomas Haynes Bayly.
With symphonies and accomp. by H. R. Bishop. London.
Power. [182-?] No. 3 in M.244.19

Contents. — Away with nature's melodies. — This is my eldest daughter,
sir. — Lord Harry has written a novel. — My wife is very musical.
— I must come out next spring, Mama. — My husband means ex-
tremely well. — Away with the daylight. — The men are all clubbing
together. — In the days of my great-grandmamma. — Oh! let not
your passion for Mary the maid. — At home. — Not at home.
Aladdin, or the wonderful lamp. A fairy opera, in 3 acts.
[The words by George Soane.] Composed by Henry R.
Bishop. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding
& D'Almaine. [1826.] M.391.3

Allegiance we swear. Chorus (s. t. t. b.). [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Novello & Co. [1864?]

No. 13 in M.157.19
The antiquary, a musical drama, in 3 acts . . . Composed,
selected and arranged by Henry R. Bishop. The poetry
by D. Terry. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1820.]

No. I in M.sgi.S; No. i in M.391.9

The copy on shelf-number M.391.8 contains several numbers not in-
cluded in the other copy, one number being in manuscript.

The Arabian maid's song [s.], from Lalla Rookh. [Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Power. [185-?]

No. 23 in M.236.2

[As you like it.] The whole of the music in As you like it
. . . Added the 3 songs composed for the play by Dr.
Arne. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding,
D'Almaine & Co. [1824?] M.391.2

The barber of Seville. Comic opera. Partly selected from
Paesiello & Rossini . . . partly composed & the whole
arranged, altered and adapted to the English stage by
H. R. Bishop. The poetry by D. Terry. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter &
Co. [1818.] No. 3inM.271.15

[The beacon of liberty.] Overture, songs, duet, glees and
melodramatic music in The beacon of liberty, historical
romance . . . Composed, selected & arranged by Henry
R. Bishop. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine & Co. [1823.] No. 2 in M.391.8

Blame me not, lady. Chorus with solos. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. D'Almaine & Co. [1839.]

No. 25 in M. 235.7.1

Blow, gentle gales. Quintett for s. a. t. t. b. London. No-
vello & Co. [1864?] No. I in M.i57.ig

Breathe, my harp. [Quartet, a. t. t. b.] {In Ditson. The
Orphean lyre. Vol. I, pp. 97-100.) No. 37 in M.235.22

Also to be found in The Orpheus, New series.

[Brother & sister.] The overture, songs, duetts, trios and
choruses, in the . . . musical entertainment called Brother
& sister . . . Composed & arranged for the piano forte
by W"" Reeve and Henry R. Bishop. [The words by
William Dimond.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Pot-
ter & Co. [1815?] No. I in M.396.6

[Caractacus.] The overture, quartetto, & most favorite
airs in the grand ballet of Caractacus. [Piano score.]
London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1806?]

No. 3 in M.391.8

The chough & crow. Trio and chorus for s. s. a. t. b. Lon-
don. Novello & Co. [1865?] No. 2 in M.IS7.19



Bishop, ^jV Henry Rowley. (Continued.)

The Circassian bride. Overture & most admired songs &
duets in the opera. Arranged for the piano forte or harp.
[London. 1809.] No. i in M.271.17

Clari, or the maid of Milan, an opera in 3 acts. The poetry
by J. H. Payne. Composed by H. R. Bishop. [Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter
& Co. [1823.] No. I in M.271.19

Come o'er the brook. Glee. (s. a. t. b.) Adapted and
arranged from Ford and Callcott by Bishop. London.
Novello & Co. [1863?] No. 6 in M. 157.19

Come, thou monarch of the vine. Glee [a. t. b.] with cho-
rus, ad lib. London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 18 in M.157.19

Comedy of errors. The overture, songs, 2 duets, & glees in
Shakspeare's Comedy of errors. . . . The music com-
posed . . . compressed for the voice and piano forte, by
H. R. Bishop. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter
& Co. [1819.] No. 2 in M.27I.I7

A complete collection of the glees, trios, quartets . . . com-
posed by H. R. Bishop. New edition. London. D'Al-
maine. 1839. 8 V. M.23S.I
Contents. — i. Sleep, gentle lady [s. m.-s. b.]. — The winds whistle
cold [s. M.-s. B.]. — Come, thou monarch of the vine. — Mynheer
Vandunck. — The winds whistle cold [a. t. b.]. — When the storms
aloft arise. — Up! quit thy bower. — Sleep, gentle lady [s. A. T. B.].
— • When wearied wretches. — Where art thou, beam of light? — A
cup of wine. — ■ Foresters, sound the cheerful horn. — Majestic night.

— No more the morn. — Sleep, gentle lady [a. T. T. b.]. — What
shall he have that killed the deer? — Where shall we make her grave?
2. When would a mortal? — The pilgrims. — Give me a cup. — Now
the storm begins. — O, there was a dragon. — Push about the bottle.

— Push the red wine about. — Sportive little trifler. — ■ The bishop
of Mentz. — The sailor's welcome home. — With the pomp of nodding
sheaves. — See, the glass is out. — Ronildal — Oh! skylark for thy
wing. — Come forth, sweet spirit. — E'en as the sun. — With hawk
and hound. — To harmony. 3. Blow, gentle gales [s. m.-s. b.]. —
Same [s. A. t. t. b.]. — Crabbed age and youth. — Full of doubt. —
Away, away, my maidens. — Beautiful are the fields. — Farewell, ye
storms. — Bactria's sage. — Drear, and e'en when blooming. —
Drink, drink, the red, red wine. — Drain the flask. — Go, seek some
virgin heart. — Hail, gentle master. — Hail to the chief. — Doctor!
man of copper! — At the voice of ocean's king. — Breathe, my harp.

— Believe, tears may ofttimes. — Far from home. — Fill, boys, and
drink. — Give me a cup, sister. 4. Hark! 'tis the voice. — Hark!
Apollo strikes the lyre [s. s. b.]. — Same [a. t. b.]. — In pity hear.

How deep the sigh. — List! if he be near. — In tears the heart

oppress'd. — Lightly o'er the rapid Rhine. — Hark! 'tis the Indian
drum ts. T. B.]. — Same [s. T. t. b.]. — Look out, the time is near.

— Hark! hark! each Spartan band. — Here! slaves of the lamp. —
Hark I the solemn distant bell. — Hark! the mid-watch bell. — In an
hour or so. — If in these wilds. — Haste, let us leave. — Hart &
hind are in their lair. — Illusive hope. — Listen! he must be near.
5. The chough and the crow [s. M.-s. b.]. — Same, with chorus
[s. A. T. B.]. — Maiden fair, a word. — Tender, confiding woman. —
Return, return. — Oh listen! 'tis the nightingale. — Oh! seize we the
moments. — The huge globe has enough. — Hark! comrades. — O,
how sweet the opening day. — O let the wine that sparkles. — Sweet
rose of England. — Stand! who's there. — O, for the harp. — The
fo.x jump'd over. — Now by day's retiring lamp. — My father land.

— Stay, pry'thee. — Oh! bold Robin Hood. 6. Though from our
cheerful' home. — The red, red wine in the beaker. — To that lov'd
bosom. — The knight & the maid. — The love-lorn maid. — The mon*
must arise. — The vesper bell. — Whether the sun is burning. — The
patron of science. — When the wind blows. — Welcome to this place.

— What phrase sad and soft. — The silver queen. — Welcome, great
and glorious king. — The idol of our hopes. — The Savoyard. —
While the moon shines. — Why stays he now. — Who first will strike.

— To see his face. — Welcome! — Though he be now a grey friar.

— With rapture transported. 7- Allegiance we swear. — Daughter of
error. — Hark! the merry bells. — Lads and lasses. — Gather each
flower. — Loud let the Moorish tambour. — Here! Aladdin. — Bright
orb I send forth. — From burning Afric. — Let the lively banjo play.

— Blame me not, lady. — Long life to the Count. — Bright lady,
sweet mistress. — Is it the tempest. — Merry boys, away! — Homel
there's a storm. — Joy! joy! raise the shout. — Sol in the Orient. —
Live to us! 8. Now tramp o'er moss & fell. — Ol fill the wine cup.
01 now the Bezestien.— Shout for the monarch.— Spirits ! advance.

— Vengeance! we swear. — What, ho! clansmen. — Nourmahal. —
With wonder at thy works. — On our king's natal day. — Open!
lover's eyes. — Queen of our isle. — Soft, let the Lamia sound. —
Strike the oar. — That doom is death. — This way, place them. —
Now to the forest. — Rise, messmates. — Shout! comrades. — The
tyger couches. — To arms! prepare! — Welcome, lady fair. — Where
is our country's mortal foe. — Now fhe hungry lions. — Tlascalans.

Cortez, or the conquest of Mexico. Historical drama in 3
acts. The poetry by J. R. Planche. Composed by H. R.
Bishop. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding,
D'Almaine & Co. [1823.] No. 3 in M.271.17



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Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley. (Continued.)

A cup of wine. Glee [a. t. t. b.] with chorus (ad lib.). Lon-
don. Novello & Co. [1864?] No. 29inM.157.19

Daughter of error. Chorus [s. a. t. b.], and solo. London.
Novello & Co. [1864?] No. 20inM.157.19

Don John. An operatic drama . . . Composed and arranged
for the piano forte by W. H. Ware and H. R. Bishop.
London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1820.]

No. I in M. 271. 16

Don Juan, or the libertine. A grand operatic drama in 2
acts . . . Selected from the music in Mozart's II Don
Giovanni, adapted for the English stage and arranged
[for pianoforte accomp.] by H. R. Bishop. The poetry
by J. Pocock. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter
& Co. [1820.] No. I in M.271.18

The echo quartett, finale to the 2d act of the opera English-
men in India. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Goulding & D'Almaine. [182-?] No. 28 in M.235.7.1

[Englishmen in India.] The overture and music in the comic
opera, called Englishmen in India. [.A.ccomp. for piano.]
London. Goulding & D'Almaine. [1827.] No. 2 in M.391.9

Epicedium in Shakspear's play of Antony and Cleopatra
. . . Composed and arranged for 4 voices, with accomp.
for the pianoforte. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Pot-
ter & Co. [1813.] No. I in M.320.12

The fairies' song. [Part-song for s. s. s. s.] (.In Monk.
Novello's Part-song book. Pp. 85-96.) No. 22 in M.157.4

The fall of Algiers. A grand opera in three acts. The
poetry by C. E. Walker. Composed by Henry R. Bishop.
[For voices and pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Al-
maine & Co. [1825.] M.3g6.7

Farewell, ye storms. [Round, for 3 voices.] (In Parker.
The Orphean lyre. Serie 3, pp. 76-79) No. 18 in M.237.9

The farmer's wife, a comic opera in 3 acts. Composed by
H. R. Bishop. The poetry by Chas. Dibdin, jun. [Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter
& Co. [1814.] No. 2 in M.271.18

Faustus. A musical romance. [The words by George
Soane.] Composed by T. Cooke, Charles E. Horn, and
Henry R. Bishop. [Accomp. for piano.] London.
Goulding & D'Almaine. [1825.] No. 2 in M.390.45

The feast of roses. [Song, s. or t.] From Lalla Rookh.
London. Power. [184-?] No. 18 in M.236.2

Fill, boys, and drink about. Quintett [a. t. t. b. b.], with
chorus. London. Novello & Co. [1864?]

No. 25 in M.157.19

For England, ho! A melodramatic opera in 2 acts . . .
Written by J. Pocock. The music composed & arranged
for the piano forte by H. R. Bishop. London. Goulding,
D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1813.] No. 3 in M.271.18

[The forest of Bondy.] The overture, pas de deux, marchss,
and a selection of the favorite airs in The forest of
Bondy; or the dog of Montargis, a melodrama . . . The
music composed by Henry R. Bishop . . . the action by
Chas. Farley. [Vocal score with pianoforte accompani-
ment.] London. Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter
& Co. [1814.] No. I in M.396.8

Foresters, sound the cheerful horn. Glee. [a. t. t. b.]
London. Novello & Co. [1864?] No. 11 in M.157.19

[Fortunatus and his sons; or, the magic purse & wishing-
cap.] The overture, song, glee, chorusses and melo-
dramatic music in Fortunatus and his sons. Composed
and arranged for the voice & piano forte by H. R. Bishop.
London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1819?]

No. I in M.391.5

The fox jump'd over the parson's gate. Quintett (s. s. t. t.
B.). London. Novello & Co. [1864?] No. 8 in M.IS7.19

Gather each flower. Chorus, with solos. In the opera of
Maid Marian. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Goulding & Co. [183-?] No. 3 in M.235.16

Same. [1839.] No. 31 in M.235.7.1

[The gnome-king!] The whole of the music in The gnome-
king! A dramatic legend in two acts, . . . composed and
compressed from the score, for the voice and piano forte.



Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley. (Continued.)

[Words by G. Colman, the younger.] London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1819?] No. 2 in M.396.8

Good night, good rest. Glee [s. a. x. b.]. London. Novello
& Co. [1865?] No. 33 in M.157.19

The grand alliance, an allegorical festival, composed, se-
lected & arranged for the pianoforte by Henry R. Bishop.
London. Goulding, D'Almaine & Co. [1814.] M.396.10

[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 arranged 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.

Hail! gentle master. Finale to ist act, ... in the opera
Aladdin. [Trio, solos and chorus. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Goulding & D'Almaine. [182-?]

No. 32 in M.235.7.1

Hail to the chief. Quartet with chorus, ad lib. London.
Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 27 in M.157.19

Hark, Apollo strikes the lyre. Trio [s. s. b.]. London.
Novello & Co. [1864?] No. 34inM.1s7.19

Hark! hark! each Spartan hound. [Glee, a. x. b.] (In
Parker. The Orphean lyre. Series 3, pp. 55-57.)

No. 13 in M.237.9

Hark! 'tis the Indian drum. Four part song. London.
Hutchings & Romer. [185-? Chorister's album.]

No. 8 in M.157.23

Hark to the voices! [Trio. s. s. a.] London. Cock & Co.
[185-?] No. 16 in M.244.10.4

Hart & hind are in their lair. Quartet & chorus [a. x. x. b.].
[London.] D'Almaine & Co. 1839. No. 34 in M.235.7.1

Harry le Roy. A heroic pastoral burletta, founded on Dods-

• ley's King & the miller of Mansfield. The words by J.

Pocock. The music composed & arranged for the piano

forte, by H. R. Bishop. London. Goulding, D'Almaine,

Potter & Co. [1813?] No. 2 in M.391.5

He is all the world to me. Air [s. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. London. Lavenu. [181-?] No. 44 in M.237.7

He sees and he believes. [Chorus. Accomp. for piano.]
(In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music.
Vol. I, pp. 68, 69.) No. 15 in M. 221.22.1

[The heart of Mid-Lothian.] The overture and whole of
the music in The heart of Mid-Lothian; musical drama in
three acts . . . The poetry by D. Terry. Composed . . .
by Henry R. Bishop. [Vocal score with pianoforte ac-
companiment.] London. Goulding, Dalmaine, Potter
& Co. [1819?] No. 3 in M.396.8

[Henri Quatre.] The overture, chorusses and whole of the
music to Henri Quatre, a grand musical romance, in three
acts. Composed . . for the voice and piano by Henry
R. Bishop. The poetry by T. Morton. London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1820.] No. i in M.3go.45

[Home, sweet home!] The overture and whole of the music
to Home, sweet home! or the Ranz des vaches, operatic
drama in two acts. The poetry by J. Pocock. The music
composed, adapted and arranged for the voice and piano
forte by Henry R. Bishop. London. Goulding & D'Al-
maine. [1832.] M.396.9

The huge globe has enough to do. Trio [a. t. b.] and cho-
rus, ad lib. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Novello
& Co. [186-?] No. 19inM.1s7.19

[The humourous lieutenant, or Alexander's successors.]
The overture, marches, songs and quartette in Beaumont
& Fletcher's revived play . . . Composed & arranged for
the piano forte by Henry R. Bishop. London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1817.]

No. 3 in M.391.5; No. I in M.391.6

In tears the heart oppress'd. [Trio, s. t. b.] (In Parker.
The Orphean lyre. Series 3, pp. 43-45) No. 10 in M.237.9

John Du Bart; or the voyage to Poland. A grand melo-
drama . . . the music composed & arranged for the



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Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley. (Continued.)

pianoforte. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter &
Co. [iSis?] No. 2 in M.396.6

Almost all the music is for pianoforte alone.



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