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John of Paris. Opera in 2 acts. The music partly selected
from A. Boieldieu, &c., the rest composed (and the whole
adapted and arranged) by Henry R. Bishop. [Full score.]
London. 1814. Manuscript. Autograph. M.230.26

[The knight of Snowdoun.] The overture and whole of
the music in The knight of Snowdoun, a grand musical
drama . . . The words by Tho. Morton. Composed &
arranged for the pianoforte, by Henry R. Bishop. Lon-
don. Goulding & D'Almaine. [1811?] No. 2 in M. 391.7

[The law of Java.] The music ... to The law of Java.
Composed ... by Henry R. Bishop. The poetry by
George Colman the younger. [Accomp. for pianoforte.]
London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1822.]

No. I in M.391.7

Let us twine the clust'ring roses. [Trio, s. s. a.] London.
Cock, Hollier & Co. [185-?] No. 15 in M.244.10.4

Live Henri Quatre. Chorus (s. A. T. B.). Adapted to a French
national air and arranged by Bishop. London. Novello
& Co. [186-?] No. i2in M.IS7.19

Loud let the Moorish tambour sound. [Chorus. Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine. [183-?]
From The fall of Algiers. No. 2 in M.235.7.2

The magpie or the maid? Melo-drama. [Full score.]
London. 1815. Manuscript. Autograph. M.230.25

The words are by Isaac Pocock.

Same. A melo-drama . . . The music composed & ar-
ranged for the piano forte by Henry R. Bishop. [The
words by Isaac Pocock.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine,
Potter & Co. [1815.] No. i in M.sgi.io

Maid Marian. Legendary opera. The poetry written &
selected by J. R. Planche. Composed by H. R. Bishop.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Al-
maine, Power & Co. [1822.] No. 2in M.271.19
[The maid of the mill.] The additional songs, duett, &c.,
in the revived comic opera The maid of the mill. [Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine,
Potter & Co. [1814?] No. 2 in M.391.10
The maniac, or the Swiss banditti. Serio comic opera [by
S. J. Arnold]. Composed and arranged for the piano
forte by Henry R. Bishop. London. Goulding, D'Al-
maine, Potter & Co. [1810.] M.391.12
The marriage of Figaro. A comic opera . . . Composed
and arranged [principally from Mozart] for the piano
forte, by Henry R. Bishop. London. D'Almaine & Co.
[182-?] No. 2 in M.391.6; No. 4 in 11.391.10
Merry boys, away, away. Chorus. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. D'Almaine & Co. [1839.]

No. 30 in M.23S.7.1
Same. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 23 in M.1S7.19

The miller and his men, a melo drama, in 2 acts, by L Po-
cock. The music composed and arranged for the piano
forte by Henry R. Bishop. London. Goulding, D'Al-
maine, Potter & Co. [1813.] No. i in M.391.11
[Montrose, or the children of the mist.] The overture,
marches & vocal music in the opera of Montrose. Com-
posed & arranged by Henry R. Bishop. The poetry by
I. Pocock. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1822.] No. 3 in M.391.10
The moon just peeps from out the sea. [Trio, s. s. a.]
London. Cock, Hollier & Co. [186-?] No. 21 in M.244.10.4
Mourn for the mighty dead. Elegy for 4 voices. (In War-
ren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. i, no. 29, pp.
113-116.) No. 29 in M.157.6.1
Native land, or the return from slavery. Opera, in 3 acts.
[Words by William Dimond.] Composed and arranged
for the voice & piano forte by Henry R. Bishop. With
selections from Zingarelli, Boieldieu and Rossini. Lon-
don. Goulding, D'Almaine & Co. [1824.] M.391.4
Now to the forest we repair. Chorus [t. t. b.]. London.
Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 26in M.157.19



Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley. (Continued.)
Now tramp o'er moss and fell. Chorus. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. D'Almaine & Co. [1839.]

No. s in M.23S.7.2
Same. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 4 in M.1S7.19

O, by rivers, by whose falls, serenade, from Dr. Wilson and
J. Saville, arranged for 5 voices [s. s. a. t. b.]. Adapted
to the poetry of Shakespeare and the symphonies com-
posed by Bishop. London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

Ai , , ,. „ No. 3 in M.IS7.IQ

Also to be found m Gounod's The Royal Albert Hall choral music.

O Salutaris Hostia. Solo for s. (or bar.) voice. [Accomp.
for organ.] (In Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, p. 135.)

No. so in M.260.17.2

Oh! bold Robin Hood. Sestet [a. t. t. t. b. b.]. London

D'Almaine & Co. [1839.] No. 14 in M.235.7.2

Push about the bottle, boys. Glee [a. t. b.], with chorus,

ad lib. London. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 22 in M.IS7.9

Push the red wine about. [Glee, a. t. b.] (In Parker. The

Orphean lyre. Series 3, pp. 50-54.) No. 12 in M.237.g

[The rencontre.] The overture and whole of the music in

the operatic comedy of the Rencontre. [Words by J. R.

Planche.] Composed by Henry R. Bishop. [Accomp!

for piano.] London. Goulding & D'Almaine. [1827.]

No. I in M.3go.46
[The renegade.] The overture, marches, songs & quar-
tette in the historical play. The renegade. The words by
F. Reynolds. The music composed & arranged for the
piano forte by Henry R. Bishop. London. Goulding,
D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1819.] No. 2 in M.3go.4i

[A Roland for an Oliver.] The overture and whole of the
music in the farce, called A Roland for an Oliver. The
overture composed & the rest of the music adapted &
arranged by Henry R. Bishop. [The words by Thomas
Morton, .^ccomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding,
D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1819.] No. 2 in M.390.41

The romance of a day, an operatic drama in 2 acts, com-
posed by Henry R. Bishop. The poetry by L R. Planche.
[Vocal score.] London. Goulding & D'Almaine. [1831.]

M.396.11
Ronilda. Glee [s. a. t. b.]. London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 39 in M.157.19
[Sadak and Kalasrade.] The overture, songs, marches, and
a selection of the favorite airs in the grand Asiatic specta-
cle, Sadak & Kalasrade, or the waters of oblivion. Com-
posed by Henry R. Bishop. The action &c. arranged by
Charles Farley. London. Goulding & Co. [1814.] M.396.12
The Seventh day, cantata, from Milton's Paradise lost,
book 7. . . . Composed [for s. t. b. and chorus] . . . and
accomp. compressed [for the pianoforte] by Henry R.
Bishop. London. Novello. [1833?] No. 3 in M.270.22
The silver queen. Quartet (s. a. t. b.). London. Novello
& Co. [186-?] No. 30 in M.157.19

The slave, an opera in 3 acts, composed & adapted ... for
the pianoforte . . . by H. R. Bishop. The poetry by T.
Morton. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co.
[1S16.] No. 2 in M.271.15

Sleep, gentle lady. Serenade [s. A. T. B.]. London. Hutch-
ings & Romer. [185-? Chorister's album.] No. 7 in M.157.23
Same. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 40 in M.157.19

Also to be found in Ditson's The Orphean lyre; Orpheus glee book;
Willard's Arion.

Same. Sleep, while the soft evening breezes. [Part-song.]

London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 32 in M.158.13
Slow and sadly tolling. [Glee, s. A. B.] (In Ditson. The

Orphean lyre. Vol. i, pp. 52, 53.) No. 21 in M.235.22

Soft let the Lamia sound. Chorus. London. D'.A.lmaine

& Mackinlay. [1839.] No. 16 in M.235.7.2

The song of the Georgian maid [s.], from Lalla Rookh.

London. Power. [185-?] No. 21 in M.236.2

Spirits, advance. Chorus [s. A. t. b.] with solos [s. s. t. b.].

London. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 24 in M.157.19

Sportive little trifler, tell me. Glee [a. x. b.]. London.

Novello & Co. [186—] No. 37 in M.157.19



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Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley. (Continued.)

Stand! who's there? Quartet and chorus [a. t. t. b.]. Lon-
don. D'Almaine & Co. [1839] No. 19 in M.235.7.2

Same. Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 32 in M.157.19

Stay, pry'thee, stay. Sestet [s. s. a. t. t. b.]. London. No-
vello & Co. [186-?] No. 21 in M.157.19

Tamerlane et Bajazet, the new grand heroic ballet . . . The
ballet by Sig"". Rossi, the music composed, selected, and
the whole arranged for the pianoforte, by H. R. Bishop.
London. Pearce & Co. [1806?] No. 2 in M.396.17

[Telemachus.] The additional vocal music in the revived
opera of Telemachus. London. Goulding, D'Almaine,
Potter & Co. [1815?] M.396.13

That doom is death! Chorus with solos. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. [D'Almaine & Co. 1839.]

No. 22 in M.23S.7.2

Though from our cheerful homes. Round [for 3 voices].
(In Parker. The Orphean lyre. Series 3, pp. 16-19.)

No. 3 in M.237.9

Though he be now a grey, grey friar. Quintetto [s. a. t.
T. B.] in the opera of Maid Marian. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Goulding, D'Almaine & Co. [183-?]
Also to be found in Ditson's The Orphean lyre. No. 26 in M.235.7.2

The tiger couches in the wood. Chorus (a. t. t. b.) with
solo. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Novello &
Co. [186-?] No. 9 in M.157.19

Tlascalans. Solo [s.] and chorus, in the drama of Cortez.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding, D'Al-
maine & Co. [183-?] No. 27 in M.23S.7.2

To arms! prepare. Chorus [a. t. b.]. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 31 in M.IS7.19

To harmony, seraphic maid! Glee [s. a. x. t. b.]. London.
Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 38 in M.157.19

To the cuckoo. Round [s. s. a.]. (In Hills. Vocal trios.
Vol. I, p. 72.) No. 15 in M.157.17.1

[Twelfth night.] The songs, duetts & glees in Shakspeare's
play of Twelfth night. The music composed for the voice
and piano by Henry R. Bishop. London. Goulding,
D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1820.] No. 2 in M.390.46

Twelve original English glees for three, four & five voices,
with an accompaniment for the piano forte or harp . . .
London. Lavenu. [182-?] No. 2 in M.220.29

Contents. — When would a mortal. — The knight and the maid. —
The fatal sisters. — What is love. — ■ Little Bacchus. — When the
storms aloft arise. — Sportive little trifler, tell me. — When wearied
wretches. — Ronilda. — Where art thou, beam of light. — Foresters.
— • To harmony.

Two gentlemen of Verona. The overture, songs, duets,
glees & chorusses in the play. The words selected from
Shakespeare's plays, poems & sonnets. The music com-
posed . . . adapted for the voice and piano-forte by H. R.
Bishop. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co.
[1821.] No. 2in M.271.16

Under the greenwood tree. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. London.
Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 17 in M.157.19

Vengeance! we swear. Chorus [s. A. T. B.] with solos. [Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 36 in M.IS7.19

The virgin of the sun. Grand melo dramatic opera. Com-
posed, compressed for the pianoforte by H. R. Bishop.
The poetry by F. Reynolds. London. Goulding, D'Al-
maine, Potter & Co. [1812,] No. i in M.271.15

Wake not, dreaming maiden. [Trio. s. s. A.] London.
Cock, Hollier & Co. [185-?] No. 17 in M.244.10.4

Welcome to this place. Quartet [s. s. s. a. Accomp. for
pianoforte], (/n Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol.
2, pp. 67-71.) No. 10 in M.204.36.2

Welcome, welcome, lady fair. Chorus [a. t. b.] and solo
[s. Accomp. for pianoforte]. London. D'Almaine & Co.
[1839.] No. 30 in M.235.7.2

What, ho! clansmen, ho. Chorus [s. A. T. T. T. B.] with solos.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Novello & Co.
[186-?] No. 28 in M.IS7.19



Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley. (Continued.)
What phrase, sad and soft? [Glee, s. s. x. x.] London.
Novello & Co. [185-?] No. 35 in M. 157.19

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

What shall he have that killed the deer? Glee (a. x. x. b.)
with chorus, ad lib. London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. IS in M.157.19

When the wind blows. Round (x. x. x.). London. Novello
& Co. [186-?] No. 5 in M.157.19

When wearied wretches. [Glee.] London. Novello & Co.

[185-?] No. 16 in M.1S7.19

.■Vlso to be found in Ditson's The Orphean lyre.

Where art thou, beam of light? Glee. [s. a. x. b.] London.
Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 10 in M.157.19

Same. [s. s. a.] Cock, Hollier & Co. [185-?]

No. 18 in M.244.10.4
Also to be found in Leslie's Cassell's Choral music.

Where the sweet rose. [Trio. s. s. a.] London. Cock,
Hollier & Co. [185-?] No. 19 in M.244.10.4

Who is Sylvia? Glee. (s. a. x. x. b.) Adapted and arranged
from Ravenscroft and Morley by Bishop. London. No-
vello & Co. [186-?] No. 7 in M.157.19

[Who wants a wife?] The overture, song, glee, ballet and
melodramatic music in Who wants a wife? or the law of
the land! The words by J. Pocock . . . Composed by
Henry R. Bishop. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1816.I

No. 3 in M.390.41

The winds whistle cold. Glee [a. x. b.]. London. Novello
& Co. [186-?] No. 14 in M.157.19

With hawk and hound. [Glee, a. x. x. b.] (In Orpheus glee
book. Pp. 12-15.) No. 9 in M.246.36

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

Zuma, or the tree of health. Comic opera. The poetry by

T. Dibdin. The music composed & arranged for the voice

& piano forte, by H. R. Bishop. Book i: Overture and

songs. Book 2: Trio, glee, concerted pieces & choruses.

London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1818.]

2 parts in i v. M.396.14

Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley, editor.

Arcadelx. Ave Maria! No. 21 in M.260.10.5

Arne, M. Cymon. M.396.1

Handel. Songs, duets, and trios. M.234.5

MozARX. Each doubt & fear now ending. No. 6 in M.235.16

Rossini. Hofer, the Tell of the Tyrol. M.264.20

Weber, C. M. F. E. von. [Der Freischiitz.] M.3go.39

Wellesley, G. C. Glees and madrigals. M.236.23

Bishop, John, editor.

Czerny. The art of preluding. M.237.12

The school of fugue playing. M.237.13

Handel. Judas Maccabseus, an oratorio . . . M.241.44

Messiah, an oratorio . . . M.153.24

Haydn, F. J. The creation, an oratorio . . . M.242.8;etc.

Bishop, John, translator.

Fexis, F. J. Notice of Anthony Stradivari. M.105.24

Bishop, The, of Mentz. Part-song. Bishop, H. R. Complete

collection of glees. Vol. 2. M.235.1.2

Pearsall. No. 19 in M.195.1.10

Bissell, T.

Hail, Merry Christmas. Four part song. Boston. Ditson
& Co. [1876.] No. 33 in M.190.1

O Salutaris Hostia. [Solo, b. Accomp. for organ.] Bos-
ton. Tolman & Co. [1866.] No. 17 in M. 260.10.2

Te Deum. [For 4 voices, with organ.] Boston. Ditson &
Co. [184-?] No. 32 in M.190.1

Bisson, Alexandre Charles Auguste.

L'anniversaire. Opera-comique. Musique de Ch. Lenep-
veu. No. I in M.306.13

Le capitaine Therese. Opera comique. Musique de Robert
Planquctte. M.382.64

Same. Captain Therese. Opera comique, by Alex. Bisson
& F. C. Burnand. lyrics by F. C. Burnand & Gilbert a
Beckett. Music by Robert Planquette. M.287.29

Le fiance de Margot. Operette. Musique de Robert Plan-
quette. No. I in M.402.44



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Bisson, Alexandre Charles Auguste. (Continued.)

Un lycee de jeunes filles. Vaudeville-operette. Musique
de Louis Gregh. No. i in M.266.32

Mam'zelle Pioupiou. Piece militaire. Musique de W.
Chaumet. No. 2 in M.28S.9

Ninetta. Opera-comique de MM. Alfred Hennequin & A.
Bisson. Musique de Raoul Pugno. M.297.19

La petite maison, opera comique de Alexandre Bisson et
Georges Dokois. Musique de William Chaumet. M.sSi.io
La veillee des noces. Opera-comique. Paroles de Alex-
andre Bisson et Bureau-Jattiot. Musique de F. Toul-
mouche. M.324.23

Same. The wedding eve. A comic opera. Music by Frederic
Toulmouche. The English libretto (founded on the
French of A. Bisson and Bureau-Jattiot) by William
Yardley. M.324.22

Bitoire,

Le rosier. Operette. Paroles de Marc Sonal [pseud.] &

Bitoire. Musique de F. Boissiere. No. 3 in M. 265.14

Bitt' ihn, o Mutter. Song. Wolf, H. Spanisches Liederbuch.

No. 26 in M.380.30
Bitte. Part-song. Bauer, L. Ihr Auge. No. 12 in M.392.3

Bitte. Song.

Franz, R. Sechs Gesiinge. Op. 9- No. 64 in M. 244.5.1

MiHALOviCH. Sieben Lieder. No. 2 in M.380.21

Bitte an die Nachtigall. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Fiinf

Lieder. No. 16 in M.192.7

Bitten. Song. Beethoven. Sechs geistliche Lieder.

No. 10 in M. 157.24; etc.
Bitter, Carl Hermann.

Beitrage zur Geschichte des Oratoriums. Berlin. Oppen-

heim. 1872. No. i in M.207.6

Carl Philipp Emanuel und Wilhelm Friedemann Bach und

deren Briider. Berlin. Miiller. 1868. 2 v. Portraits.

Facsimiles. M.141.13

Gesammelte Schriften. Leipzig. Friedrich. 1885. M.113.9

Johann Sebastian Bach. Berlin. Schneider. 1865. 2 v.

Portrait. Facsimiles. M.116.11

The life of J. Sebastian Bach. An abridged translation by

Janet E. Kay-Shuttleworth. London. Houlston. [1873.]

Portrait. M.108.31

Bitter, Carl Hermann, editor.

Loewe, J. C. G. Dr. Carl Loewe's Selbstbiographie. M.117.7

Bitteres zu sagen. Song. Brahms. Lieder und Gesange.

Op. 32. Heft 2. No. 6 in M.380.40.1

Bittgesang. Part-song. Haupt.mann, M. Sechs geistliche

Gesange fiir s. a. t. b. No. 3 in M. 157.22

Bittong, Franz.

Aspasia. Oper. Musik von Carl Schroeder. M.300.17

Lancelot. Oper. Musik von Theodor Hentschel. M. 276.22

Die Wichtelmanner. Weinachtsmarchen. Musik von .^rno

Kleffel. No. 2 in M.391.38

Bizet, Alexandre Cesar Leopold.

Aegyptischer Tanz aus der Oper „Djamileh." Partitur.
Berlin. Simrock. [188-?] No. 2 in M.405.'5

L'Arlesienne. Drame en 3 actes de Alphonse Daudet.
Musique de Georges Bizet. Partition chant & piano.
Paris. Choudens. [1872.] No. i in M.265.21

Same. Suite d'orchestre. Partition orchestre. Op. 23bis.
Paris. Choudens. [187-?] No. i in M.3S8.2

Same. [2'^ suite d'orchestre. Partition.] Paris. Choudens.
fi88-?] No. 2 in M.358.2

[Carmen, opera-comique en quatre actes, tire de la nouvelle
de Prosper Merimee par Meilhac et Halevy. Musique de
Georges Bizet. Partition. Paris. Fouquet. 1875.]
The title-page is missing. M. 227.15

Same. Opera in 4 acts. [By Meilhac and Halevy.] The
English words by Henry Hersee. The music by Bizet.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Metzler & Co.
[187-?] M.26S.19

Djamileh. Opera comique en i acte, de Louis Gallet, mu-
sique de Georges Bizet. Partition chant et piano. Paris.
Choudens. [1872.] No. 2 in M.265.21

Same. Ouvertiire zur Oper „Djamileh." Partitur. Berlin.
Simrock. [i88-?l No. i in M.405.5



Bizet, Alexandre Cesar Leopold. (Continued.)

Same. The slave in love. "L'esclave amoureuse." Opera
comique, in one act. French libretto by Louis Gallet.
English version by Joseph Bennett. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Ascherberg & Co. 1892. M.394.63

Don Procopio. Opera bouffe en deux actes de Paul Collin
et Paul Berel [pseud.] d'apres les comedies italiennes du
XVIIe et du XVnie siecles. Musique de Georges Bizet.
Revision musicale et reduction pour piano et chant par Ch.
Malherbe. Partition chant et piano. Textes frangais et
italien. Paris. Choudens. 1905. M.389.1

La jolie fille de Perth. Opera en 4 actes de MM. de Saint-
George & J. Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de G. Bizet. Par-
tition chant & piano. Paris. Choudens. [1867.] M.265.22

Noe. Grand opera en 3 actes et 4 tableaux, de H. de S'.
Georges. Musique de Halevy et Georges Bizet. Paris.
Choudens. [187-?] M.265.23

Les pecheurs de perles. Opera en 3 actes de M. Carre &
Cormon [pseud.]. Musique de Georges Bizet. Partition
chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. [186-?] 11.265.50

Same. Vorspiel zu der Oper „Die Perlenfischer." Partitur.
Berlin. Simrock. [188-?] No. 3 in M.405.S

Petite suite d'orchestre. Jeux d'enfants. Op. 22. Partition.
Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?]

No. 2 in M.343.49

Roma. 3me suite pour orchestre. Partition. Paris. Chou-
dens. [187-?] No. I in M.343.49

Serenade. Pour t. ou s. [Accomp. de piano.] Portrait.
Facsimile. (In Album du Galois. Vol. i.)

No. 4 in M.391.28.1

Tanz der Hindus aus der Oper „Die Perlenfischer." Par-
titur. Berlin. Simrock. [188-?] No. 4 in M.405.5

■yasco de Gama. Ode-symphonie [s. s. t. b. 6 b. et choeur].
Paroles de Louis Delatre. Musique de Georges Bizet.
Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. [188-?]

No. I in M.265.24

Vingt melodies pour chant et piano, fidition pour mezzo-
soprano ou baryton. Paris. Choudens. [188-?]

No. 2 in M.265.24
Conlctits. — Chanson d'avril. — Le matin. — Vieille chanson. — Adieu
de rhotesse arabe. — Reve de la bien-airaee. — J'aime I'amour. —
Vous ne priez pas. — Ma vie a son secret. — Pastorale. — Serenade.

— Berceuse. — La chanson du fou. — Absence. — Douce mer. —
Apres I'hiver. — La coccinelle. — Chant d'amoiu*. — J'en dirai rien.

— L'Esprit Saint. — Tarantellc.

Bizet, Alexandre Cesar Leopold. Works about.

Bellaigue, C. Georges Bizet: sa vie et ses oeuvres. Paris.

1890. No. I in M. 139.22

Galabert, E. Georges Bizet. Souvenirs et correspon-

dance. Paris. 1877. No. 3 in M. 134.9

Gallet, L. A la memoire de Georges Bizet. Vers. Paris.

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Nodnagel, E. O. Georges Bizet. L'Arlesienne. Erlautert.

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PiGOT, C. Georges Bizet et son oeuvre. Paris. 18S6. M.138.9
Schwab, F. A. Carmen, its composer and interpreters.

Illus. Portraits. (In The music of the modern world.

New York. [1895.]) M.14.1.1

Teiblkr, H. Georges Bizet. Suite „Roma". Erlautert.

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Bizet, Georges. See Bizet, Alexandre Cesar Leopold.
Bizot, Charles, editor.

Righinl Messe solennelle a 4 voix. No. 5 in M.260.8.5

Bj0rnson, Bj0rnstjerne.

Bergliot. Gedicht. Musik von Edvard Grieg. No. 4 in M.342.1
Landkennung. (Landkjending.) Gedicht, componirt von

Edvard Grieg. No. 3 in M.352.22; etc.

Scenen aus Olav Trygvason . . . componirt von Edvard

Grieg. No. i in M.155.16

The words are in Norwegian and German.
Til Molde. Komponeret af Christian Sinding.

No, 3 in M.391.58
Vor der Klosterpforte, aus „Arnljot Gelline" componirt von

Edvard Grieg. No. 2 in M.33I.24

Black knight. The (Der schwarze Ritter). Cantata. For the

Music see Elgar. For the Libretto see Uhland.



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Black rover. The. Opera. For the Music and Libretto see

Searelle.
Blackall, C. R. , „

Belshazzar. A dramatic cantata. Music by J. A. Butter-

figl(j No. 2 in M.204.8

Black-ey'd Susan. Part-song. Leveridge.

No. 75 in M.235.17.1; etc.
Black-eyed Susan. Song. Leveridge. No. 35 in M.235.18.2
Blackie, John Stuart.

War songs of the Germans. With historical illustrations
of the Liberation war and the Rhine boundary question.
Edinburgh. Edmonston & Douglas. 1870. M.i29a.30

Blackman, Robert D., editor.

Selections in prose and verse, adapted for recitation, read-
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and gesture. Pp. 219-888. London. 1895.) M.218.2

Blaes, Arnold Joseph.

Souvenirs de ma vie artistique. Bru.xelles. Monnom. 1888.
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Blaettchen, Das. Song. Rubinstein. Sechs Lieder.

No. I in M.ig2.5

Blaetter lasst die Blume fallen. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Ge-

sange. Op. 30. No. 86 in M.244.S.2

Blaetter und Lieder. Song. Raff. Sanges-Friihling. Heft i.

No. I in M. 192.4

Blahetka, Marie Leopoldine.
Ave Maria, pour s. ou t., avec ace', de piano. Paris. Le-
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Blaikie, John Arthur.

Florimel, a cantata. The music by Charlotte Sainton-Dolbj'.

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Blainville, Charles Henri.

L'esprit de I'art musical, ou reflexions sur la musique at ses
differentes parties. Geneve. 1754. No. 4 in M.370.64

Blaise,

Annette et Lubin. Comedie en i acte en vers, par Me.
Favart. Melee d'ariettes . . . de M. Blaise. [Partition.]
Paris. De la Chevardiere. [1762.] Engraved title-page.

M.252.33; No. I in M.271.20
The copy on shelf-number M.271.20 besides the full score has the
separate parts for the various instruments.

Isabelle et Gertrude, ou les sylphes supposees. Comedie
en I acte par M. Favart. Mise en musique par M. Blaise.
[Partition.] Paris. De la Chevardiere. [1765.]

M.271.21 ; No. 4 in 1*1.391.34

Blaise et Babet. Opera. For the Music see Dezede,

For the Libretto see Monvel.
Blaise le savetier. Opera. For the Music see Danican. For

the Libretto see Sedaine.
Blake, Charles Dupee.
The electric spark. Jollities in music. [Opera.] Libretto
by Chas. F. Pidgin. Music by Chas. D. Blake. [Vocal
score.] Boston. White, Smith & Co. 1882. M.402.7

The light-keeper's daughter. A nautical opera in 3 acts.
Libretto by Geo. M. Vickers. Music by Charles D. Blake.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Boston. Blake & Atkinson.
1882. M.26S.25

Priscilla, or a maid of Brown. Comic opera. Words by
S. S. Colvin, A. E. Thomas, E. W. Blake, Jr. Music by
F. L. C. Keating and Edward W. Corliss. No. 3 in 11.397.9
Blake, W. P., translator.



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