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Middlemore, editor. Songs of the Pyrenees.

No. I in M.384.63
Blake, Walter.

Tliird mass in C, for soli voices, chorus, full orchestra and
organ. [Vocal score with organ accomp.] London.
Burns & Oates. [189-?] No. i in M.380.3

Blake, William, D.D.

I have set God always before me. Anthem [s. s, a. t. b.
Accomp. for organ]. {In Handel and Haydn Society Col-
lection of sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 39-52.)

No. 9 in M.221.22.2
Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.

Blake, William. D.D. (Continued.)

Same. [One movement only.] {In Gardiner. Sacred melo-
dies. Vol. 3, pp. 300, 301.) No. 6 in M.236.30.3
Thou shalt shew me the path of life. Duet [s. s. Accomp.
for organ]. {In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp.
204, 205.) No. 75 in M.2go.22.2
Blame me not, lady. Chorus. Bishop, H. R.

No. 25 in M.23S.7.1 ; etc.
Bl:tme not. Part-song. Schumann, R. A. No. 3 in M.204.38
Blamont, Frangois Colin de.

Les fetes, grecques et romai[nes]. Ballet [musique de Bla-
mont, paroles de Fuzelier. Partition d'orchestre]. Manu-
script. [Paris? 1753?] M.374a.i
Blanc, A.

Frisette et Polydore. Saynete. Musique de J. B. de Croze.

No. 3 in M.301.3
Blanc, Adolphe.

Les deux billets. Comedie en i acte de Florian. Arrangee
en opera comique par Hippolyte Guerin de Litteau. Mu-
sique de Adolphe Blanc. [Partition piano & chant.]
Paris. Escudier. [185-?] No. 2 in M.255.14

Blanc, Claudius.

Sainte Genevieve de Paris. Mystere en 4 parties et 12
tableaux. Musique de CI. Blanc & L. Dauphin. Parti-
tion chant et piano. Paris. Heugel & cie. 1893.

No. 2 in M.213.S

Blanchard de la Bretesche,

Jean Mayeux. Mimodrame. Musique de Charles Thony.

No. 2 in M.276.10

Blanche. Song. Halevy, J. F. F. £. No. 24 in M.391.28.1

Blanche colombe. Song. Gounod. Vingt melodies. 3e re-

cueil. No. 7 in M.157.36.3

Blanche de Nevers. Opera. For the Music see Balfe. For the

Libretto see Brougham.
Blanche et Vermeille. Opera. For the Music see Rigel. For

the Libretto see Florian, J. P. C. de.
Blanche Marguerite, La. Song. Rouget de Lisle. 48 chants
frangais. M.202.44

Blanche of Provence. Part-song. Cherubini.

No. 4 in M.158.15; etc.
Blanchet, Alexandre.

La musique et I'accord des instruments mis a la portee des

aveugles et des instituteurs. Paris. Hachette & cie.

1865. Plates. M.20S.3

Blanchisseuse, La. Opera. For the Music see Vasseur, F. A.

J. L. For the Libretto see Chivot.
Blancou, Victor.

Les suites d'une indiscretion. Comedie melee de chants.
Par M™e Ferdinand Huard. Musique de Mr Blancou.
[Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Richault. 1843.

No. I in M.30I.2

Bland, John, editor.

The ladies' collection of catches, glees . . . [Vol. 1-5.]

London. Bland. [1820.] 5 v. in 2. M.23S.17

The paging is continuous.

Contents. — I. Wilbye: Down in a valley. — Holcombe: Arno's vale.

— Care thou canker. — Hayes : Poor Johnny's dead. — Hayes : Help
us, O God. — Lawes: View, Lesbia. — Hayes: Bow down Thine
ear. — Su cantiamo. — Gluck: Pour prix du sang. — Brewer: 'Tis
Amarillis. — Hayes : You beat your pate. — Now God be with old
Simeon. — Berg: How happy are we. — The silver swan. — Wilson:
Where the bee sucks. — Hayes: When Chloe's kind. — Hayes:
Haste ye soft gales. — Stevenson: Come, my heroes. — Este: How
merrily we live. — Weelkes : The nightingale. — Travers : Soft Cupid
am'rous. — Hayes: Melting airs. — Baildon: Ye heav'ns if inno-
cence. — Harington: How great is the pleasure. — Perche vezzo. —
Hayes: Winde gentle evergreen. — Now kiss the cup. — Go gentle
breezes. — Hayes: Gently touch. — O beauteous eyes. — Arne:
Hush to peace. — Hilton: Come hither, boy. — Have you any work
for a tinker. — Gregory : Fill, fill, fill. — Gregory : Let us be merry.

— Hark the bonny Christchurch bells. — Purcell: Fairest isle. —
Travers: I like a bee. — Battishill : O my Clarissa. — Atterbury:
Sweet enslaver. — Comincio solo. — Che mai d'iniqua stella. —
Cocchi: Colla bottiglia. — Brewer: Turn Amarillis. — Hayes: Phil-
lis my fairest. — Byrd : Non nobis. — Hayes : Still in our ears. — We
be soldiers three. — Horley : Sweet nymph. — Arne: Buz, quoth the
blue fly. — Do, re, mi, fa. — Hayes: Life is a jest. — Hayes: On
Anacreon. — U.xor mea. — Purcell : Now we are met. — Up and
down this world goes. — Langdon : Sweet are the banks. — Come
pull away, boys, — Atterbury : Joan said to John. — Langdon : To





Bland, John, editor. (Continued.)

heal the wound. — Rogers: Come all noble souls. Alzate il fiasco.

— King: O Absalom my son. — Ives: Come honest friends. — Cran-
ford : Come hither Tom. — Morley : Now is the month of Maying. —
Gibbons : The silver swan. — Giardini : Beviamo tutti. — Ne'er
trouble thyself. — Arne : Which is the properest day to drink? —
Curs'd be the wretch. — Fye! nay prithee. — Ives: Now we are met.

— Boyce: 'Tis thus. — Purcell ; Sweet tyranness. — Ireland: All
in the downs. — Nares: Wilt thou lend me thy mare. — Mercy &
truth. — Plenty, mirth. — How soft the delights. — Let's live good
honest lives. — Morley: Go ye, my canzonets. — On thy sweet lips.

— Wou'd you sing a catch. — Webbe: A gen'rous friendship. — Mr.
Speaker. — If you trust. — Berg: Let us drink. — So che vanti. —
White sand and grey sand. — Make haste, O God. — Let us sing. —
Here lyeth Sir John Guise. — Here lies old Bridges. — Purcell: Let
Caesar & Urania. — Weelkes: Welcome sweet pleasure. Ravens-
croft: We be three poor mariners. — Conversi : When all alone. —
Wills: A cheerful glee [Hail social pleasure]. — Will you hear. —
Wilson: From the fair Lavinian shore. — Scotland: Lightly tread. —
Hilton: Come let us all. — Lawes: I saw fair Chloris. — Goodgrow :
Will Chloris cast. — Holmes: Prepare your hearts. — Hilton: Turn
Amarillis. — Willaert : Amen. — Purcell : Fear no danger. — ■ Al-
cock: When Troy town. — White: Hark how the woods. — Hilton:
What shall he have. — Hilton: I charge ye. — Lawes: Gather your
rosebuds. — Oh how fleeting. — Baildon : Adieu to the village. — Price :
Winter. — Travers : Says Pontius in rage. — Tu sei pazzo. — Purcell :
Now we are met. — Morley : Leave now mine eyes. — Morley : Flora,
thou wilt torment me. — Jack & Jill. — Viva tutte. — Where weeping
yews. — Alcock : Hail ever pleasing solitude. — Arne : Elegy. — Hayes :
Chairs to mend. — Valton : Hated by fools. — Clarke : In drinking full
bumpers. — Greene : Come to me. — Purcell : Pale faces. — Hudson :
O nymph divine. — Divine Cecilia. — Valton : Peace, thou white rob'd
child. — Hayes : Let's drink. — Ridley : The morning is charming. —
Arae: From tyrant laws. — Weldon : Let ambition fire the mind. —
Eccles : Inspire us. — Carey : Love's a gentle gen'rous passion. —
Green : Hail green fields. — Boyce : A blooming youth. — Boyce : Long
live King George. — Mornington : When for the worlds repose. —
Lawes: If my mistress. — Jenner: Thou'rt gone. — Travers: Here
innocence. — Hilton: Now that the spring. — Martini: Carapana che
suona. — Caesar : To our musical club. — Gently hear me. — Howard :
Ye chearful virgins. — Travers: Doubtless the pleasure. — Greene:
So peaceful rests. — Greene: On the poor confin'd debtors. — Adieu
the verdant lawns. — Brewer: Turn Amarillis. — Webbe: Come live
with me. — Mornington: By greenwood tree. — Fairest flow'r. —
Vernon: Where is pity's melting eye. — Hayes: If neither brass. —
Greene : Mortals learn. — Purcell : Sum up all the delights. — My
dame has in her hut. — Greene : Prithee foolish boy. — Purcell :
Wou'd you know. — L'avare est toujours. — Long: Happy the youth.

— Hayes: No longer Orpheus. — Giordani: Adieu my love. — Pur-
cell: May the god of wit. — Paxton: An answer to Turn Amarillis
[Go Damon go]. — Coleman: The glories of our birth. — Posting:
Our God is great. — Harington: Look neighbors. — Drink to me
only. — Hayden : As I saw fair Clora. — Damon and Clora. 2. Danby :
When Sappho tun'd. — Hark the hollow woods. — Ireland: To love
and wine. — Dying Christian to his soul. — The curfew tolls the knell.

— O thou wert bom to please me. — In thee each joy. — - Ravens-
croft : Can'st thou love. — ■ Danby : Fair Flora decks. — Ye woods
and ye mountains. — Webbe: O come O bella. — Webbe: Stay Daphne
stay. — Danby: The mulberry shade. — Dyne: Tell me thou dear
departed shade. — Ireland : Return my lovely maid. — Amo amas. —
Bates: Sir you are a comical fellow. — Mornington: Gently hear me.

— Webbe: The answer to Come live with me [If love and all the
world were young]. — Travers: I my dear was born today. — Webbe:
The mighty conqueror. — Ford : Since first I saw your face. — Free-
man: Of all the brave birds. — Now we're met. — If 'tis joy. —
Vernon : How imperfect is expression. — When Phoebus the tops. —
Danby : Awake Aeolian lyre. — Ireland : Awake my fair. — Weedon :
Fourteen cows. — Jenner: Ancient Phillis. — Pring: Did Celia's
person. — Te Deum. — Eccles: Fill all the glasses. — Dyne: Cupid
no more. — Cuckow good neighbors. — Ireland : How sleep the brave.

— Gregory : Here's a bowl. — Follow me my jovial boys. — Baildon :
When gay Bacchus. — Thus to the muses. — Weedon : I know that
my Redeemer liveth. — Weedon: O be joyful in the Lord. — Help
me each harmonious grove. — Webbe : Remember in your ways. —
Stevens: Sigh no more ladies. — If music can charm. — I swore I
lov'd. — Poco ne fan. — Che dolce liquore. — Webbe: The lovers
and bacchanals [Cupid my pleasure]. — Arnold: Brisk wine. — Pur-
cell : To arms [Divine Andate]. — Britons strike home. — Coleman : To
Bacchus. — Atterbury : Come fill the board. — Atterbury : Take oh
take. — Marenzio : Dissi a I'amata. — Greene : When with good wine.

— And must we part forever. — Danby : Come ye party. — Arne : The
medium of life [You ask me, dear Jack]. — How shall we speak thy
praise. — Cirille : Dove son. — Webbe : Let the sage hermit. —
Corfe : The mighty bowl. ■ — Danby : When gen'rous wine. — Nel-
ham : Come follow me. — Arnold: Great god of sleep. 3. Webbe:
You gave me your heart. — Battishill : I lov'd thee beautiful. —
Stevenson: You gave me your heart. — Pring: By shallow rivers. —
Pring: Gay Bacchus liking. — Baildon: Prithee friend. — Webbe:
Thou shalt shew me. — Webbe : On a parish clerk. — Sicilian mari-
ners' hymn (O santissima). — Beneath the silent rural dell. — Webbe:
Epicedium [Tho* mirth our object]. — ■ Pring: God is our hope. —
Pring: Unto Thee. — Sweet is the breath of morn. — Webbe: As
Nancy danc'd. — The news is bad, — Webbe: Swiftly from the
mountains brow. — Hudson : Go happy soul. — Martini [Martin y
Solar] : Twelve Italian rounds. — Webbe : Let the smiles of youth.

— Webbe: Thy voice O harmony. — Burgess; When Delia. —
Webbe: Non fidi al mar. — Boyce: 'Tis on earth. — Biggar: Fly

Bland, John, editor. (Continued.)

ye moments. -Este: O come again. - Webbe : 'Tis archery. -

fer'^^Ll.^ sylvan scene. - Boyce: Get you hence [Glee in The win-

^,,r i^Mi^A -i" ^1"°'^ T^P^- — "°^ ^^^^^ '" th« woodlands.
— Batt.shill : Am.dst the myrtles.— Webbe : Think when to pleasure.

~5pln' s'",°' ^'^'°' ^"^t°'>^- - Webbe: Let kings for empire.
Dnnh ^ /' T "'°'^- ~ Stevens: It was a lover and his lass -
Danby : Tread soft. — Beneath this silent stone. — To fair Fidele's

fln^I '°t-^~,^r'''"'- I" ^^''""" - 2°^"^ Together let us
range — When festive m.rth. — Come shepherds and aid me. — Wine
cannot cure [From night till mom]. - Webbe: Balmy zephyrs -
Danby: Gay Bacchus alone. — The lovely Delia. — Webbe: Would

W^Khr^'"'; ^'l'^^' '=''¥:'"'• - '^^'^'"=- Zephyr I can tell you. -
Webbe: Is it right? - Danby: This is the season. - Ye birds for

hieZe "'n''- ~~ "^'^"^"^ ^° P'r''^'^ =°""<^^- - Danby: Dhtant
hie thee — Nares: Fear no more the heat of the sun. — Rock: Alone
thro unfrequented wilds. 4. Now the bright morning star. — Geary •
O come ye fragrant gales. -Playford: Comely swain. - Wilson : In
w\r'"'? """"'u °' May. -Handel: Let's imitate her notes. -
W.\kJ° wl ^^ '"T°u ea;«— Bifd: Hey hoe, to the greenwood.

— Webbe: When winds breathe soft. - As steals the morn. - Come
Damon leave thy sadness. — Corfe: 'Tis love and harmony. — Ash-
ton: Laughing glee [Sweetly let's enjoy]. — Content [Say smiline
lI^'E \ ~Z S"=venson: They play'd in air. - Far from hence. -
Hark the hollow woods. — Geary : Soft is the zephyr's. — Eccles :
Wme does wonders. — Shield : How shall we mortals. — O dear what
can the matter be. — King: Tell me where is fancy bred. — Could a
man be secure. — Webbe: Rise my joy. — Webbe: To the old —
Jackson: Time has not thin'd my flowing hair. — Begone dull care —
Stevenson : Come buy my cherrys. — The evening of the chase [The
spoils of the field]. — Battishill: Amidst the myrtles. — To you O
Gods. — Boyce: Eleg>- [View here the youth]. — Rogers: Let's live
and lets love. — Stevenson: Let us the fleeting hours enjoy. —
Stevenson : With the sun we rise. — Stevenson : Waft sweetest echo.

— btevenson : Take O take. — A silent shady myrtle grove — What
IS this absorbs me. — Rule Britannia. — Stevenson: With tender
lambkins. — Stevenson: 'Twas a sweet summer's morning. — Croft •
My time O ye muses. — Schroeter: Take oh take. — Stevenson: Hail
lovely sound. — Stevenson : .<V. new answer to Turn Amarillis [Yes
Damon yes]. — Sacchini : All my past. — Sacchini : Why so pale. —
Webbe: Hail peaceful shades. — Stevenson: When the morning sun

— Webbe: Love and folly. — Webbe: Were I like a monarch. —
Stevenson: Will you be pleas'd to walk before. — Webbe: Together
we range. — What beauties does Flora. — The lass of Peatie's mill. —
How stands the glass around. — Stevenson : Now steals the punctual
hour. — Stevenson: With solemn notes. 5. Jackson: Sad is my day.

— Moulds: Fair Maria. — Spofforth : Hark! the goddess Diana.

Jess Macpharlane. — Giordani: Damon's bow'r. — Oh! my love lov'st
thou me. — .\rne: When forc'd from dear Hebe. — Brooks: Thro"
verdant plains. — Brooks: Let us drink. — Carter: Say what is love.

— Smith: While fools their time. — Jackson: Love in thine eyes.

Le solitaire. [Welcome the covert]. — Epitaph on Mrs. Wren [All cold

beneath this narrow heap]. — Ebdon : Nay, nay, nay, you must.

Smith: Return blest days. — A shepherd wandering. — Danby: Go
to my Anna's breast. — Danby: The fairest flow'rs. — Smart: The
happy fellow. — Ebdon : Mimosa the sensitive plant. — And they're a
nodding. — .Atterbury: One a penny. — Purcell: "Tis too late. —
Purcell: Under this stone. — King: The orgies. — Flora gave me
fairest flowers. — Harington: Sweet doth blush [The Egyptian love
song]. — Harington: Give me the sweet delights. — Jenkins: A boat.

— 'Travers: Haste my Nanette. — Danby: May. — Howard: Gentle
gales. — .Atterbury: With horns and hounds. — Jackson: If I love
will you doom. — Webbe : Music's the language. — Ford : Fair sweet
cruel. — Cooke : The dormouse. — Smith : The fairest month. —
Cooke: Beneath in the dust. — Callcott: Those sunny flowers. —
Webbe: The bird call of Cupid [Gently let the web]. — Ally Croaker.

— Callcott : When spring returns. — Callcott : A nymph of the rock.

— Purcell : The Macedon youth, — Purcell : Were I to choose. —
Giardini : Che pena che affanno. — E pur dolce. — No ambition with-
out its anxiety. — Callcott : No more shall Ilion. — Danby : Shep-
herds I have lost my love. — Callcott: To the woods. — Arne: The
wooden walls of England.

Blanford, George, 4th Marquis. See Churchill, George Spen-
cer, 4tli Duke of Marlborough.
Blangini, Giuseppe Marco Maria Felice.

Amid the mazy dance. [Trio, s. s. a. .^ccomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?]

No. 13 in M.244.10.3

Come fugace lampo. [Notturno, s. t. .\ccomp. di piano.]
Braunschweig. Meyer. [185-?] No. 18 in M.a2i.20

Le coureur de veuves. [Opera en 3 actes.] Paroles de
Brisset. Alusique de Felix Blangini. [Partition chant
Lt [liano.] Paris. Frere. [182-?] 6 parts in I v.
A selection of five solos and one duet. No. 2 in M.291.24

Da quel sembiante. [Notturno, s. T. Accomp. di piano.]
Braunschweig. Meyer. [185-?] No. 16 in M.221.20

[Nephtali.] .^usgewahlte Stiicke aus der Oper: Nephtali;
oder: die Macht des Glaubens. Clavierauszug. Wien.
Weigh [182-?] M.230.27

Same. Nephtali ou les Ammonites. Opera en 3 actes . . .
Paroles de M"". * * * [Etienne Aignan]. Mis en musique





Blangini, Giuseppe Marco Maria Felice. (Continued.)

par Felix Blangini. [Partition.] Paris. Naderman.

[1806.] M.271.22

Souvenirs (1797-1834) • • ■ Publics par Maxime de Ville-

marest. Paris. Allardin. 1834. M.146.24

Blanik. Symphonic poem. Smet.\na. No. 2 in M.404.21

Blanka. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 5.

Blankes Wort, Ein. Part-song. Kirchl. No. 14 in M.203.15
Blaquiere, Paul.

Le guetteur de nuit. Operette en i acte. Paroles de Leon
Beauvallet et A. de Jallais. Musique de Paul Blaquiere.
Partition chant et piano. Paris. Lemoine. [i8s6.]

No. 4 in M.363.23

Blaserna, Pietro.

The theory of sound in its relation to music. London.
King & Co. 1876. Illus. [International scientific series.]


Blasis, Carlo. .

Nouveau manuel complet de la danse . . . Nouvelle edition,
. . augmentee des danses de societe . . . par M. Le-
maitre. Paris. Roret. 1884. [Manuels-Roret.] M.377.14
Blasis, Francesco Antonio de.

L'incontro inaspettato. [Opera in 2 atti.] Musica del Sigr.
de Blasis. [Partitura.] Manuscript. [Paris. 18—?] 2 v.


Blasius, Mathieu Frederic.

Ouverture. [Pour le piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. D. Musique
des fetes et ceremonies de la Revolution frangaise . . .
Pp. 525-527.) M.380.14

Blasser, Gustav.

Suite fur Orchester. Op. 76. Partitur. Offenbach a. M.
Andre. [188-?] No. 4 in M.334.1

Blau, Alfred.

Esclarmonde. Opera romanesque. Poeme de Alfred Blau
et Louis de Gramont. Musique de J. Massenet. M. 247.38
Sigurd. Opera de Camille Du Locle & Alfred Blau. Mu-
sique de E. Reyer. M.307.10
Blau, Edouard.

Bathyle. Opera-comique. Musique de William Chaumet.

Beaucoup de bruit pour rien. Opera. Musique de Paul
Puget. M.393-5I

Belle Lurette. Opera-comique de Blum, Blau et Toche.
Musique de J. Offenbach. M.277.8

Same. Lurette. Comic opera. [By E. Blum, E. Blau, and
R. Toche.] Music by J. Offenbach. No. 2 in M.267.37

Le chevalier Jean. Drame lyrique. Paroles de Louis Gal-
let et fidouard Blau. Musique de Victorin Joncieres.


Le Cid. Opera de MM. Ad. D'Ennery [pseud,], L Gallet et

fid. Blau. Musique de J. Massenet. M.257.4

La coupe du roi de Thule. Opera de Louis Gallet &

fidouard Blau. Musique de Eugene Diaz. M.2gs.39

Dante. Opera. Musique de Benjamin Godard. M.256.4

La Jacquerie. Opera de fidouard Blau et Simone Arnaud

[pseud.]. Musique de fidouard Lalo et Arthur Coquard.


Lancelot. Drame lyrique. [Poeme de Louis Gallet et

fidouard Blau. Musique de Victorin Joncieres.] M.402.28

Le paradis perdu. Drame oratorio. Musique de Theodore

Dubois. M.305.18

Redemption. Poeme-symphonie. Musique de C. Franck.

No. 2 in M.256.14

Le roi d'Ys, legende bretonne. Opera. Musique de fid.

Lalo. M.296.18

Werther. Drame lyrique. Poeme de fidouard Blau, Paul

Millet et Georges Hartmann. Musique de J. Massenet.

M. 257.1

Zaire. Poeme d'fidouard Blau & Louis Besson. Musique

de P. V. de La Nux. M.2g6.22

Blau Augelein. Part-song. Sard. No. ii in M. 203.16

Blaubart. Opera. For the Music see Offenbach; also Tauhert,

C. G. W. For the Libretto see Meilhac; also Tieck.

Blaue Augen. Part-song. Cornelius. Werke. Band 2.


Blaue Augen hat das Madchen. Duet. Schumann, R. A.

Spanische Liebes-Lieder. No. 10 in M.244.15.4

Blaue Blume, Die. Part-song. Kremser. Neue Chor-Com-

positionen. Band 2, Heft 2. No. 17 in M.392.14

Blaue Sommer. Song. Strauss, R. 3 Lieder von Carl Busse.

No. 8 in M.380.24.2

Blauen Friihlingsaugen, Die. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange.

Op. 20. No. 37 in M.244.S.2

Rubinstein. 6 Lieder. No. 5 in M.ig2.5

Blauer Mcndtag. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Sechs Lieder

von Reinick. No. 9 in M.221.26

Blauer Montag. Part-song. Otto, F. No. 3 in M.130.8; etc.

Blaul, G. Fr.

Das Musikfest. Novelle. 2. Ausgabe. Speyer. Neidhard.
1836^ M.ioga.i2

Blavet, fimile Raymond.

Le bravo. Opera. Musique de G. Salvayre. M.322.1

Les delegues. Vaudeville. Paroles de fimile Blavet & Fa-
brice Carre. Musique de A. Banes. No. 2 in M.255.33

Ninon. Opera comique de Blavet, Burani [pseud.] et Andre
[pseud.]. Musique de Leon Vasseur. M.32S.26

Richard IIL Grand opera. Musique de G. Salvayre.

Blaze, Ange Henri.

Guillaume Tell. Pages d'histoire musicale. {Cut from

Revue des deux mondes. Tome 62, pp. 985-1000. Paris.

1867.) No. 6 in M.134.9

Meyerbeer et son temps. Paris. Levy. 1865. M.127.4

Musiciens contemporains. Paris. Levy. 1856. M.127.5

Musiciens du passe, du present et de I'avenir. Paris. Levy.

1880. M.138.H

Contents. — Gluck. — Mozart. — Rossini. — Weber. — Herold. —
Halevy, — Verdi. — Gounod. — Bizet. — ■ Berlioz. — Wagner.

Les salons de Vienne et de Berlin. Par I'auteur des
Hommes du jour. Paris. Levy. 1861. M.128.27

Blaze, Francois Henri Joseph.

L'Academie imperiale de musique, histoire litteraire, musi-
cale . . . de 1645 a 1855. Paris. Castil-BIaze. 1855. 2 v.
[Theatres lyriques de Paris.] M.115.8

L'art des vers lyriques. Paris. Delahays. 1858.

No. I in M.115.10

[Belzebuth, ou les jeux du roi Rene. Opera en 4 actes.
Partition chant et piano. Paris. 183-?] M.281.30

The title-page is missing.

Chapelle-musique des rois de France. Par Castil-Blaze

[pseud.]. Paris. Paulin. 1832. M. 104.5

La danse et les ballets, depuis Bacchus jusqu'a Taglioni.

Par Castil-BIaze [pseud.]. Paris. Paulin. 1832. M.129.26
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