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joueurs d'instruments, leur histoire sur le continent
europeen, suivi d'un catalogue general de la musique de
chambre. Orne de planches gravees a I'eau-forte par
Frederic Hillemacher. Paris. 1876-78. 3 v. Portraits.
Plates. Facsimiles. M.196.4
Bow instruments. Bibliography.

Allen, E. Heron-. De fidiculis bibliographia: being the
basis of a bibliography of the violin and all other instru-
ments played with a bow in ancient and modern times.
London. 1890-94. 2 v. Facsimiles. M.371.40

Bow instruments. Periodicals.

Strad, The. A monthly journal for professionals and ama-
teurs of all stringed instruments played with the bow.
Edited by Eugene Polonaski. Vol. 1-14. May, 1890-
April 1904. London. 1891-1904. 14 v. Illus. Portraits.

M.372.31
Bow Thine ear, O Lord. Anthem.

B VRD. No. 24 in M.233.23.2 ; etc.

Mozart. No. 15 in M.ioo.io

Bowen, Anna Maude.

The sources and te.xt of Richard Wagner's opera „Die
Meistersinger von Niirnberg." A dissertation . . . Cor-
nell University. Miinich. Uneberg. 1897. No. 4 in M.373.29
Bowers, Robert Hood.

The maid and the mummy. A musical farce in three acts.

Book & lyrics by Richard Carle. Music by Rob'. Hood

Bowers. Vocal score. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] New

York. Witmark. 1904. No. 2 in M.399.1S

Bowley, Robert Kanzow.

Grand Handel musical festival, Crystal Palace, 1857. A
letter addressed to the members ... of the Sacred Har-
monic Society. [Anon. Prospectus.] London. Brad-
bury & Evans. 1856. No. 6in M.149.8
Bowyer, Frederick.

The new barmaid. Written by Frederick Bowyer and W. E.
Sprange. Music by John Crook. M.397.21

Box, Charles.

Church music in the Metropolis: its past and present condi-
tion. With notes (critical and explanatory). London.
Reeves. 1884. M.377.2

Box, The, of shamrocks. Song. Thomas, John R.

No. 4 in M.ig2.i4

Boy,

La veillee. Operette. Paroles de M"". Boy. Musique de
Charlotte Jacques. No. i in M.301.11

Boy, The, and the owl. Part-song. Chadwick, G. W. Four
part songs. No. 20 in M.392.6

Boy, come back. Part-song. Cranford. No. 97 in M.110.1.2; etc.
Boy, go down. Part-song. Ives, S. No. 83 in M.iio.i.i; etc.
Boy, I hate their empty shows. Glee. Walmisley. Collec-
tion of glees . . . M.235.5



Boyce, William.

Allelujah. [Canon, 3 in I.] (/« Warren. Collection of
catches. P. 52.) No. 64 in M.220.9.1

Be Thou my judge. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (/»
Gardiner. Sacred melodies. Vol. 3, pp. 352-359.)

No. 16 in M.236.30.3

Behold the heaven. [Chorus. Accomp. for organ.] (In
Handel and Haydn Society collection. Vol. 4, pp. 41-46.)

No. 2 in M.221.22.4

Blessing and glory. Full anthem. (In Hullah. The Singer's
library. Sacred. Pp. 17-20.) No. 4 in M.1S7.3

Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

A blooming youth. [Catch for 3 voices.] (In Apollonian
harmony. Vol. i, p. 59.) No. 54 in M.i4i.2i.i

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies collection; dementi's Collec-
tion of catches ; Flowers of harmony ; Social harmony ; Warren's
Cocks's Hand-book of glees ; Warren's Collection of catches.

By the waters of Babylon. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 14-21.)

No. 7 in M.290.22.2
.-Mso to be found in Gardiner's Sacred melodies : Novello's Collection
of anthems.

The chaplet, a musical entertainment . . . Composed by Dr.
Boyce, for the voice, harpsichord, and violin. [Text by
Moses Mendez.] London. Harrison & Co. [1755?]

No. 2 in M.220.18

Same. [For voice and small orchestra.] Printed for I.
Walsh. [17s-?] No. I in M.380.5

Genius of harmony. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Warren. Vocal
harmony. Pp. 221-228.) No. 128 in M.220.10

Get you hence. Glee [s. s. t.]. (In Bland. The Ladies' col-
lection. Vol. 3, pp. 296, 297.) No. 30 in M.235.17.3

Glory be to God on high. [Canon, 3 in I.] (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 50.) No. 58 in M.220.9.1

Great and marvellous. Full anthem. (In Turle and Taylor.
The People's music book. Vol. 2, pp. 334-337.)

No. 81 in M.iii.4.2

Hallelujah. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Hullah.
Part music. Sacred. Vol. i, pp. 142-144.)

No. 46 in M. 157.28.1

Same. Sacred round [for 3 voices]. (In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. I, p. 52.) No. 19 in M. 290.22.1

Here shall soft charity repair. [Anthem, a. t. b. b. Accomp.
for organ.] (In Musical times. [Music] Vol. 8, pp. 116-
118.) No. 7 in M. 175.1.8

I have surely built. Anthem for 3 voices [a. t. b.] and cho-
rus. The organ part by Vincent Novello. (In Novello's
Collection of anthems. Vol. 6, pp. 103-114.)

No. 9 in M.195.2.6

John Cooper was boring. [Catch for 3 voices.] (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 59.) No. 75 in M.220.g.i

Long live King George. [Catch for 4 voices.] (In Apol-
lonian harmony. Vol. i, p. 44.) No. 34 in M.141.21.1
Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection; Social harmony;
Warren's Collection of catches.

Same. The three lower parts in canon 3 in i, the upper part
added. (In Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 4.)

No. 2 in M.220.9.1

Long live the queen. Canon (three in one). (In Hullah.
Part music. Secular. Vol. 2, p. 56.) No. 12 in M. 157.28.2

Lord, Thou hast been our refuge. Anthem. With an ac-
comp. for the organ or piano forte, arranged by Edward
Holmes. London. Novello. [184-?] No. 2 in M.236.16

The mirth-inspiring bowl. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In The Apollo.
Vol. 3, pp. 172-178.) No. 4 in M.i3ga.i8.2

'Mongst other roses. [Catch for 3 voices.] (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 58.) No. 73 in M.220.9.1

O where shall wisdom be found? Anthem [s. s. a. t. b.
Accomp. for organ]. (In Novello's Collection of anthems.
Vol. 6, pp. 115-133.) No. 10 in M.195.2.6

Remember, O Lord. Charity anthem [s. s. s. Accomp. for
organ]. (In Musical times. [Music] Vol. 4, pp. 200-203.)
From his Lord, Thou hast been our refuge. No. 26 in M.175.I.4



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THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON



Brack



Boyce, William. (Continued.)

Boyce's services & anthems. Edited by Vincent Novello.
[With organ accomp.] London. Novello. [1847?] 4 v.

M.233.3
Contents. — I. Te Deum in A. — Jubilate in A. — Anthems: O praise
the Lord, ye that fear Him; Give the king thy judgments; Where-
withal shall a young man ; By the waters of Babylon ; If we believe
that Jesus died ; O be joyful in God ; Praise the Lord ye heavens ; Be
Thou my judge, O God ; O give thanks unto the Lord ; Turn Thee
unto me; Sing praises to the Lord; Teach me, O Lord, the way of
Thy statutes; O sing unto the Lord a new song; The Lord liveth;
Sing, O heavens. 2. Te Deum & Jubilate in C. — Anthems: Blessed
is he ; Blessed is the man ; I have surely built thee an house ; Lord,
who shall dwell in Thy tabernacle; O where shall wisdom be found;
Sing unto the Lord; The Lord is King [a. t. b.] ; The Lord is King
[b. solo & chorus] ; The Lord is my light ; The Lord is full of com-
passion ; The heavens declare; O give thanks. 3. Te Deum, Jubilate,
Sanctus and Kyrie in A. — Te Deum in G. — Jubilate in G. — Burial
service in E minor. — Anthems : Save me, O God ; Blessing and glory ;
Ponder my words, O Lord; I will alway give thanks; I will magnify
Thee; Lord, what is man [with alto solo] ; Hear my crying; Let my
complaint come before Thee ; Like as the hart ; I have set God always
before me; Lord, what is man [with s. and T. duet] ; I cried unto the
Lord. 4. Anthems: Lord, teach us to number our days; Give unto
the Lord, O ye mighty ; Here shall soft charity ; How long wilt Thou
forget me; Blessed is he that considereth the poor; Lord, Thou hast
been our refuge; O be joyful in God. — ■ Two chants. — • A pastoral
hymn, "The Lord my pasture." — Sacred round, "Hallelujah."

The shepherd's lottery. A musical entertainment. [Opera.
Full score. Libretto by Mendez.] London. Printed for
L Walsh. [1750?] No. 2 in M.380.5

Shew us Thy mercy. Duet [s. s. Accomp. for organ]. {In
Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 174-177.)

No. 64 in M.290.22.2

Solomon. A serenata in score, [s. t. and chorus. The
words by Dr. Edward Moore.] London. Wright. [1747?]

M.241.15

The sorrows of my heart. Duet [s. s. Accomp. for organ],
{In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 68, 6g.)

No. 24 in M.290.22.1

Tell me, lovely shepherd. Song [s. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. {In Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 136, 137.)

No. SI in M.235.18.2

Their sound is gone out into all lands. Solo [s. Accomp.
for organ]. {In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp.
102, 103.) No. 41 in M.290.22.2

'Tis on earth. [Glee. a. x. b.] (/h Bland. The Ladies' col-
lection. Vol. 3, pp. 285-287.) No. 25 in M.235.17.3

'Tis thus, and thus farewell. [Catch for 3 voices.] {In

Bland. The Ladies' collection. Vol. i, pp. 46, 47.)

No. 73 in M.235.17.1
Also to be found in Social harmony ; Warren's Collection of catches.

Together let us range. Duet [s. t. Accomp. for pianoforte].

London. Longman, dementi & Co. [179-?]

No. 5 in M.237.2
Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; The Harmonist.

View here the youth. Elegy [s. t. b.]. {In Bland. The
Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, pp. 422, 423.) No. 90 in M.235.71.4
Boyce, William, compiler.

Cathedral music . . . Newly edited, with an appendix to
each volume, containing additional services and anthems,
a life of Dr. Boyce, memoirs of the composers, and an
accomp. for the organ, by Joseph Warren. London.
Cocks & Co. 1849. 3 v. Portrait. M.233.23

Contents. — Tallis : Preces, Venite exultemus Domino, Te Deum, Bene-
dictus. Creed of St. Athanasius, Responses, Litany, Kyrie eleison,
Doxology, Nicene creed, Sanctus, Gloria in excelsis, Magnificat, Nunc
dimittis. — Farrant : Te Deum, Benedictus, Kyrie eleison, Nicene
creed, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis. — Byrd: Te Deum, Benedictus,
Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis. — Bevin : Te
Deum, Benedictus, Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed. Nunc dimittis. —
Morley : I am the resurrection. Man that is born of woman. I heard
a voice from heaven. — Gibbons: Te Deum, Benedictus, Kyrie eleison,
Nicene creed, Sanctus, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis. — Child: Te Deum,
Jubilate, Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed, Sanctus, Magnificat, Nunc dimit-
tis, in D; same, in E minor. — Rogers: Te Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie
eleison, Nicene creed. Sanctus, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis. — Aldrich :
Tc Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed, Sanctus, Magnificat,
Nunc dimittis. — Tomkins : Te Deum, Benedictus, Kyrie eleison, Ni-
cene creed, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis. — Parsons : I am the resurrec-
tion. Man that is born of woman. I heard a voice from heaven. 2.
Blow: Te Deum, Jubilate. Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed, Cantate Do-
mino, Deus misereatur; in A. Te Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie eleison, Nicene
creed, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis; in G. Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed;
in G. Te Deum, Benedicite, Jubilate, Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed, Can-



Boyce, William. (Continued.)

tate Domino, Deus misereatur ; in E minor. — Purcell : Te Deum, Bene-
dictus, Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed. Magnificat, Nunc dimittis, Bene-
dicite, Jubilate, Cantate Domino, Deus misereatur. — Mundy : O Lord,
the Maker of all. — Tye : I will exalt Thee. Sing unto the Lord. —
Farrant: Call to remembrance. Hide not Thou Thy face. — Gibbons:
Almighty and everlasting God. — Batten: O praise the Lord, all ye
heathen. Deliver us, O Lord. — Child: Praise the Lord, O my soul.
O Lord, grant the king. — Rogers : Behold, now praise the Lord.
Teach me, O Lord. — Blow : The Lord hear thee. My God, my God.

— Creyghton : I will arise. — Clarke : Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem.

— Tallis : I call and cry. — Byrd : O Lord, turn Thy wrath. Bow
Thine ear, O Lord. Sing joyfully unto God. ■ — Gibbons : Hosanna to
the Son of David. Lift up your heads. — Aldrich : O give thanks. —
Creyghton : Te Deum, Jubilate, Kyrie eleison, Nicene creed, Sanctus,
Magnificat, Nunc dimittis. — Tallis : O Lord, give Thy Holy Spirit. —
Tomkins : Almighty and everlasting God. O pray for the peace of
Jerusalem. — Gibbons: Why art thou so full of heaviness. O Lord
increase my faith. — Byrd: Save me, O God. 3. Child: Sing we
merrily. — Gibbons : O clap your hands. God is gone up. — Aldrich :
Out of the deep have I called. — Blow : Save me, O God. — • Purcell :
O God, Thou art my God. — Goldwin : I have set God alway before
me. — Weldon : In Thee, O Lord. — Croft : God is gone up. Put me
not to rebuke. — Bull : O Lord, my God. — Batten : Hear my prayer,
O God. — Blow: O God, wherefore art Thou. — Purcell: O God,
Thou hast cast us out. — Weldon : Hear my crying, O God. — Blow :
God is our hope. — Purcell : O Lord God of hosts. — Clark : How
long wilt Thou forget me. — Blow : O Lord, Thou hast searched me
out. — Purcell : They that go down to the sea in ships. Thy way, O
God, is holy. — Wise: The ways of Zion do mourn. — Clark: I will
love Thee, O Lord. — Humphrey : Have mercy upon me, O God. O
Lord, my God. Hear, O heavens. — Blow : O sing unto God. — Pur-
cell : Be merciful unto me, O God. Behold! I bring you glad tidings.
Thy word is a lantern. — Turner : Lord, Thou hast been our refuge.

— Wise : Blessed is he that considereth the poor. Awake up, my
glory. Awake, put on thy strength. Thy beauty, O Israel. — Croft:
O praise the Lord, all ye heathen. — Lawes : The Lord is my light. —
Humphrey : Like as the hart. Thou art my King, O God. Rejoice in
the Lord. Haste Thee, O God. — Blow : O Lord, I have sinned. I
beheld, and lo, a great multitude. I was in the Spirit. — Purcell : O
give thanks unto the Lord. — Wise : Prepare ye the way of the Lord.

— Locke : Lord, let me know mine end. — Croft : Give the king Thy
judgments, O God. — Blow: Lord, how are they increased that
trouble me.

Boyce, William, editor.

Purcell, H. [Macbeth.] No. 4 in M.380.6

Boye, Caspar Johannes.

Floribella af Weyse. M.151.40

Boyer, Georges.

Ballet d'autrefois. (Old world ballet.) Petite scene. Mu-
sique de Benjamin Godard. No. 2 in M.384.20

Biblis. Poeme, mis en musique par J. Massenet.

No. I in M.257.9
Dolores. Drame lyrique. Musique de Andre Pollonnais.

M.395.71
Herode. Musique de William Chaumet. No. i in M.285.9

La Marseillaise. Oiuvre lyrique. Musique de Lucien Lam-
bert. No. 3 in M.402.72
Le portrait de Manon. Opera-comique. Musique de J.
Massenet. No. i in M.393.45
Boyer, Georges, translator.
HoFM.\NN, H. C. J. Das Marchen von der schonen Melu-
sine. No. 2 in M.270.28
Boylesve, Marin de.

Saint Louis. Drame. Musique de P. Solart. No. 7 in M.322.i6
Boylston Club, Boston.

By-laws. Revised 1874. Boston. 1875. No. 3 in M.11S.4

Programs and comments. [December 22, 1873-May 8, 1889.]
Compiled [with full indexes] by Allen A. Brown. [Bos-
ton. 1873-89.] 3 V. M.304.J
Boysse, Ernest.

Les abonnes de I'Opera (1783-1786). Paris. Quantin. 1881.
4 portraits. Plate. M.113.5

Brachmann, Karoline Louise.

Columbus. Ballade, komponiert von Ferdinand Hummel.

No. 8 in M.391.45
Same. [English words.] No. 2 in M.384.14

Brachvogel, Albert Emil.

Friedemann Bach; or the fortunes of an idealist. [Adapted
from the German by J. Walker.] London. Tinsley. 1875.
Facsimile. M.i39a.i6

Brack, Charles de, translator.

Perotti. Dissertation sur I'etat actuel de la musique en
Italie. . . . No. i in M.207.32



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Brahms



Brackett, Frank Herbert

Cavalier's song [t. T. B. B.]. Boston. Schmidt. [1885.]

No. 14 in M.392.5
Braconniers, Les. Opera. For the Music see Offenbach. For

the Libretto see Chivot.
Bradberry, Charles.

Golden treasures. A cantata. Music by George Fox.

No. 2 in M.277.19
Under a mask. Operetta. Music by Edward Jones.

No. 7 in M.277.19
Bradbury, William Batchelder.

The key-note, a collection of church and singing school
music. New York. Mason. [1863.] M.100.28

The shawm: a library of church music by William B. Brad-
bury and George F. Root. New York. Mason. [1853.]

M. 100.26

Bradford, Jacob.

Judith, an oratorio in two parts. [Pianoforte accomp.]
London. Weber & Co. [1885?] M.1S3.8

Bradford, England.

CuDWORTH, W. Musical reminiscences of Bradford. Brad-
ford. 1885. Portraits. No. 2 in M.ii9a.i7
Bradley, Catherine M., translator.

Franck, C. a. The Beautitudes. M.393.75

Bradsky, Wenzel Theodor.

A lover's good night [t. T. B. b. Boston]. 1884.

The music is that of his Serenade. No. 1 7 in M.392.S

Zwei Lieder fiir Mannerchor. Op. 54. Berlin. Bahn. [187-?]
2 parts in i v. No. IS, 16 in M.392.5

Coiilciils. — I. Waldesnacht. 2. Serenade.

Brady, Nicholas.

Ode, composed for the anniversary of S'. Cecilia's day, A.D.

1692, by Henry Purcell. No. 3 in M.234.23.1

Braes of Ballendine. A Scotch air harmonized for 3 voices

[t. T. B.]. Oxford. Hardy. [18 — ?] No. 12 in M.235.14

Braeuer, Carl.

[Der 15. Psalm, fiir 4 Stimmen mit Orchester-Begleitung.
Partitur. Leipzig. 183-?] No. 2 in M. 221. 13

The title-page is missing.
Mazurka [t.t. B. B.]. Op. 217. Leipzig. Siegel. [1851?]

No. 8 in M.392.33
Braeute, Die, von Venedig. Opera. For the Music see Bene-
dict. For the Libretto see Bunn.
Braeutigam, Der, und die Birke. Song. Schumann, R. A.
Die Hutte. No. 5 in M.244.15.4; etc.

Braeutigamspiegel, Der. Opera. For the Music see Ebell.
Braga, Gaetano.

Gli avventurieri. Melodramma in un prologo e 2 atti di A.
Ghislanzoni. Musica del Mo. Gaetano Braga. Riduzione
per canto e pianoforte di Enrico Bernardi. Milano. Canti.
[1867.] M.275.6

Estella di San Germano. Dramma lirico in 3 atti di Achille
de Lauzieres, posto in musica ... da Gaetano Braga. . . .
Riduzione per canto con accomp. di pianoforte di Luigi ed
Aless. Truzzi. Milano. Ricordi. [1858.] M.230.31

La mendicante. Opera in 3 atti di Piave. Musique de G.
Braga. Partition chant & piano. Paris. Choudens.
[186-?] M.363.4

The original title was Margherita la mendicantt

Reginella. Melodramma in tre atti con prologo, di A. Ghis-
lanzoni. Musicato da Gaetano Braga. Canto e piano-
forte. Milano. Ricordi. [1872.] M.395.8
Bragela. Part-song. Stevens, R. J. S. No. 8 in M.218.8.6; etc.
Braham, John.

All's well. Duett [t.t.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 6, pp. 401-
404.) No. I in M.i39a.i8.6

The Americans. A comic opera in three acts . . . written
by S. L Arnold, Esq., the music composed by M. P. King
& Mr. Braham. [Accomp. for piano.] London. Gould-
ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [181-?] M.380.50

The beautiful maid, a ballad [t.] in the opera of The cabinet.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Dale. [i8 — ?]

No. 31 in M.237.7



Braham, John. (Continued.)

The cabinet. A comic opera . . . The words by T. Dibdin.
The music by Reeve, Davy, Moor[e]head & Braham.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Dale. [1802.]

No. 2 in M.251.3
The Devil's bridge, an operatic romance in 3 acts . . . writ-
ten by S. I. Arnold. The music composed & arranged for
the pianoforte, by C. E. Horn and Mr. Braham. London.
Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1812.] No. 2 in M.391.64
The English fleet in 1342. Comic opera . . . Arranged for
the piano forte by D. Corri. The words by T. Dibdin.
London. Corri & Co. [1802?] No. 3 in M.251.4

[False alarms.] Braham's music in the opera False alarms,
or my cousin [by James Kenney] . Arranged for the piano
forte by the author. London. Preston. [1807.]

No. 2 in M.391.54

[Narensky.] Mr Braham's music, in the favorite serio comic

opera of Narensky, or the road to Yaroslaf, . . . Arranged

with an accompaniment for the pianoforte by the author.

London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1809?]

No. I in M.396.17

The paragraph, a musical drama. Composed & selected by

Mr. Braham, and arranged for the piano forte by D. Corri.

Written by Prince Hoare. London. Corri & Co. [1804.]

No. 4 in M.3gi.65
Said a smile to a tear. Celebrated piano forte song ... in
the opera False alarms, [t. with pianoforte accomp.]
London. Goulding, Phipps, D'Almaine & Co. [1808?]

No. 41 in M.384.48
Thirty thousand, or who's the richest? A comic opera . . .
The words by T. Dibdin. The music by Reeve, Davy &
Braham . . . [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Dale.
[1804.] No. 3 in M.2S1.3

Brahms, Johannes.
Akademische Fest-Ouvertiire fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 80.
Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1881. No. i in M.346.39

Ave Maria. Fiir weiblichen Chor mit Orchester- od. Orgel-
Begleitung. Op. 12. Fiir Orgel von Theodor Kirchner.
Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. [186-?] No. 2 in M.414.32
Same. Clavierauszug. Winterthur. No. 7 in M.260.10.7

Concert fiir das Pianoforte [No. i, D moll] mit Begleitung
des Orchesters. Op. 15. Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Bie-
dermann. 1875. M.346.36
Concert fiir Violine mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 77.
Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1879. M.346.38
Same. Clavier-Auszug. No. 2 in M. 351.5
Concert fiir Violine und Violoncell mit Orchester. Op. 102.
Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1888. M.404.71
Concert (No. 2, B dur) fiir Pianoforte mit Begleitung des
Orchesters. Op. 83. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1882.

M.351.8
Same. Bearbeitung fiir 2 Pianoforte. No. 2 in M.332.6

Deutsche Volkslieder. Mit Clavier-Begleitung. Ausgabe
fiir hohe Stimme. Berlin. Simrock. 1894. 7 v. in i.

No. g-15 in M.380.40.3
Contents. — I. Sagt' mir, o schonste Schaf'rin mein. — Erlaube mir, fein's
Madchcn. — Gar lieblich hat sich gesellet. — Guten Abend. — Die Sonne
scheint nicht mehr. — Da unten im Thale. — Gunhilde. 2. Ach, englische
Schiiferin. — Es war eine schone Jiidin. — Es ritt ein Ritter. — Jung-
fraulein, soil ich mit euch gehn. — Feinsliebchen, du soUst. — Wach*
auf, mein Hort. — Maria ging aus wandern. 3. Schwesterlein. — Wach*
auf, mein' Herzensschone. — Ach Gott, wie weh thut scheiden. — So
wiinsch' ich ihr ein' gute Nacht. — Nur ein Gesicht auf Erden lebt. —
Schonster Schatz, mein Engel. — Es ging ein Maidlein zarte. 4. Wo
gehst du hin, du Stolze? — Der Reiter. — Mir ist ein schon's, braun's
^laidelein. — Mein Madel hat einen Rosenmund. — Ach, konnt' ich
diesen .'\bend. — Ich stand auf hohem Berge. — Es reit* ein Herr und
auch sein Knecht. 5. Es war ein Markgraf iiber'm Rhein. — All' mein*
Gedanken. — Dort in den Weiden. — So will ich frisch und frohlich sein.
— Och Moder, ich well en Ding han. — We kumm' ich dann de Poets
eren? — Soil sich der Mond nicht heller scheinen? 6. Es wohnet ein
Fiedler. — Du mein einzig Licht. — Des Abends kann ich nicht schlafen
gehn. — Schoner Augen schone Strahlen. — Ich weiss mir'n Maidlein,
hiibsch und fein. — Es steht ein' Lind'. — - In stiller Nacht. 7. (Fiir
Vorsanger und kleinen Chor.) — Es stunden drei Rosen auf einem
Zweig. — Dem Himmel will ich klagen. — Es sass ein schneeweiss'
Vogelein. — Es war einmal ein Zimmergesell. — Es ging sich uns're
Frauen. — Nachtigall, sag', was fiir Griiss'. - — Verstohlen geht der
Mond auf.
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Brahms, Johannes. (Continued.)

Deutsche Volkslieder fiir vierstimmigen Chor. Hett 2.

Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. [1868?] No. 3 in M.204.7

Contnls. — In stiller Nacht. — Abschiedslied. — Der todte Knabe.

—Die Wollust in den Mayen. — Morgengesang. — Schnitter Tod. —

Der englische Jager.

Ein deutsches Requiem, nach Worten der heil. Schrift, fiir
Soli [s. BAR.], Chor und Orchester (Orgel ad libitum)
componirt von Johannes Brahms. Op. 45- [Partitur.]
Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. [188-?] M.202.11

Same. [Clavierauszug.] M.270.15

13 Canons fiir Frauenstimmen. Op. 113. Leipzig. Peters.
[i88g?] No. 6inM.i94.5

Contents. — Gottlicher Morpheus, vierstimmig. — Grausam erweiset
sich Amor, dreistimmig. — Sitzt a schons Vogerl, vierstimmig. —
Schlaf, Kindlein, dreistimmig. — Wille, wille, will, vierstimrnig. —
So lange Schonheit wird bestehn, vierstimmig. — Wenn die Klange,
vierstimmig. — Ein Gems auf dem Stein, vierstimmig. — An's Auge
des Liebsten, vierstimmig. — Leise Tone der Brust, vierstimmig. — Ich
weiss nicht was im Hain, vierstimmig. — Wenn Kmnmer hattezu tod-
ten, dreistimmig. — Einformig ist der Liebe Gram, sechsstimmig.

Four trios for female voices, with accomp. of 2 horns and
harp [or pianoforte]. Op. 17. London. Novello, Ewer
& Co. [187-?] No. 2 in M.204.7

Contents. — Whene'er the sounding harp. — Come away, Death. —
The gardener. — The death of Trenar.

Fuge. (As moll.) Fiir die Orgel. Leipzig. Breitkopf &
Hartal. [1864.] No. i in M.414.32

Fiinf Gedichte fiir eine Stimme mit Begleitung des Piano-
forte. Op. 19. Ausgabe fiir hohe Stimme. Berlin. Sim-



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