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270. London. 1S96.) M.373.7

The organists and composers of S. Paul's cathedral. Lon-
don. Bowden, Hudson & Co. 1891. Plate. M.216.3
Sir John Stevenson. A biographical sketch. London.
Bumpus. 1893. Portrait. M.215.S
Bunce, John Thackray.

A history of the Birmingham General Hospital and the Mu-
sical festivals. Birmingham. Cornish. [1873.] M. 197.2
Bundes-Festlied. Part-song. Helriegel. No. i in M.3g2.24

Bundeslied. Cantata. For the Music see Hiller, F. For the

Libretto see Arndt.
Bundeslied. Part-song. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 22. M.413.1.22
Boenicke. No. 39 in M.392.3; etc.

Fiby. No. 2 in M.212.5

Hegar. Drei Gedichte. No. 38 in M.3g2.io

Mozart. No. 92 in M.i2ga.44; etc.

RiCHTER, E. No. 45 in M.213.9

Ruehl. No. 119 in M.147.4

Schneider, J. J. No. 109 in M.213.9

Zoellner, C. F. 12 Lieder u. Gesange. No. 43 in M.3g2.27
Bundeslied. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 3.

M.317.1.20.3
Bunge, Rudolf.

Die Miidchen von Schilda. Komische Oper. Musik von

Alban Forster. M.256.11

Margitta. Komische Oper von Rudolf Bunge und Julius

Freund. Musik von Erik Meyer-Helmund. M.276.18

Otto der Schiitz. Oper. Musik von Victor E. Nessler.

M.267.24
Der Trompeter von Sakkingen. Oper. Musik von Victor E.
Nessler. M.267.23

Bungert, August.
Auf der Wartburg. Symphonische Gedicht fiir grosses Or-
chester. Op. 29. Partitur. Mainz. Schott. [1885?]

No. 3 in M.336.2
Aurora. Ein Musik-Lustspiel in 3 Aufziigen. Klavierauszug
von Adolf Blomberg. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [188-?]

M.275.1S



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Bungert, August. (Continued.)

Bei diesem kalten Wehen? [Lied.] Mit Begleitung des
Pianoforte. Berlin. Luckliardt. [i85-? Lieder eines
Einsamen.] No. ii in M.380.20

Erinnerung (Remembrance). [Mannerchor, x. t. b. b.] Op.
28, No. 2. Berlin. Luckhardt. 1888. No. 5.=; in M.392.3

With German and English words.

Junge Leiden. Lieder fiir eine mittlere Stimme. mit Beglei-
tung des Pianoforte. Berlin. Luckhardt. [186-?]

No. 12 in M.380.20
Contents. — ,,Warum sind denn die Rosen so blass?" — Wechsel. —
„Ich sahe dich im Traume." — ,,Nur ist es Zeit, dass ich mit Verstand."

Junge Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit Begleitung
des Pianoforte. Op. 1-7. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hiirtel.
[186-?] 7 V. in I. No. 1-7 in M.380.20

Contents. — i. Der Harfner. — Mein Herz ist wie die dunkle Nacht. —
Geh' ich einsam. — Winterruhe. — Die Liebste zur Antwort. — Wohin
mit der Freud? 2. Minnelied. — Was gilt die Scheidewand. — ■ „Wenn
ich auf dem Lager liege." — Die Liebste. — „Sie sagten ihr Gliick
nicht leise noch laut." — Die Liebende schreibt. 3. „Und gestern
Noth und heute Wein." — ,,Du bist wie eine Blume." — ■ „Air meine
Herzgedanken." — „Die Glocken lauten das Ostern ein." — Einsame
Blumen-einsame Herzen. — ,,Auf eines Berges Gipfel." 4. Nachtlied.
— ,,0 war ich ein See." — Nach der Nacht. — Junglingsklage. — Beim
Scheiden. — Gliick. 5. Lebewohl. — Scheiden und Meiden. — ■ Auf
der Wanderung. — Morgenlied. — In der Feme. 6. Minnelied. —
„So wundersiiss hab' ich getraumt." — Die Liebste harrend. — ■ Wer's
nur verstande! — „0 reiche mir nur den Mund." — Liebeslust. 7.
,,0, wie wunderschon ist die Fruhlingszeit." — „Seh' ich deine zarten
Fiisschen an." — Gemma, ,,Lass mir diese schone Sehnsucht." —
Gemma, ,,Sind sie's wirklich denn die Sterne deiner Augen." —
„Warst du krank, dass ich dich konnte pflegen." ^ Morgenthau. —
„Rauschende Bache quellenden Lebens." — An die Liebste.
Kinderleben. Lieder fiir eine Singstimme fA. o. bar.] mit
Begleitung des Pianoforte. Heft i. Creuznach. Wolff.
[186-?] No. 14 in M.380.20

Contents. — Wiegenlied. — Weihnacht. — Das Paukenschlagerlied. —
,,Was fang" ich an?" — Sehnsucht nach Genesung. — Bei'm Schnee-
ballen.

„0 sehne dich nicht an's graue Meer." [Lied.] Fiir eine
Bariton- oder Altstimme, mit Begleitung des Pianoforte.
Op. 12. Berlin. Luckhardt. [186-?] No. 13 in M.380.20

Oden fiir eine Bariton oder Altstimme mit Begleitung des
Pianoforte. Leipzig. Luckhardt. [186-?] 3 v. in i.

No. 8-10 in M.380.20
Contents. — i. Verlor'ne Klange. 2. Segen der Schonheit. — Gebet
an die Gliicksgottin.

Die Odyssee. Musik-Tragodie in vier Theilen. [Klavier-
auszug mit Text. Leipzig. Leede. 1896-1900.] 3 v. M.382.5
Contents. — I. Kirke und Vorspiel Polyphemos. 2. Nausikaa. 3.
Odysseus' Heimkehr.

Torquato Tasso von W. von Goethe. Symphonische Ouver-
ture fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 14. Partitur. Mainz.
Schott. [1886?] No. 4 in M.336.2

Bunn, Alfred.

The Bohemian girl. Composed by M. W. Balfe. M.362.14

Same. Die Zigeuner. Oper. Musik von Balfe. M.152.32

The bondman, opera. The music by M. W. Balfe. London.

Johnson. [1846.] M.147.33

Libretto only, interleaved.

Same. Composed by M. W. Balfe. M.251.35

The brides of Venice; a grand opera. The music composed

by M. Benedict. London. Johnson. [1S44.] M.147.30

Libretto only, interleaved.

Same. Die Braute von Venedig. Grosse Oper. Musik von
Julius Benedict. M.261.26

The case of Bunn versus Lind. London. Johnson. 1848.

No. gin M. 149.8

The crusaders. The words, with a preface and notes. Lon-
don. Johnson. [1848.] M.147.24; No. 7 in M.145.25

The daughter of St. Mark. A grand opera seria. The music
by M. W. Balfe. London. Johnson. [1844.] M. 147.26

Libretto only, interleaved.

A grand commemoration of the departed genius of music
[Malibran]. London. Wright. 1836. Plates.

No. 2 in M. 147.34

Lorctla, a talc of Seville, opera. The music by M. Lavenu.
London. Johnson. [1846.] M. 147.^6

Libretto only, interleaved. t/'O

The maid of Artois. Grand opera. London. Johnson. [1S46.]
Libretto only. M. 147.37; No. 9 in M.14S.25



Bunn, Alfred. (Continued.)

Same. Programme of the songs, duets, trios, &c. London.

Wright. [1836.1 M.147.38

Same. A grand opera. The music by M. W. Balfe. M.251.34

Matilda of Hungary, grand historical opera. The music by

W. V. Wallace. London. Cramer, Beale & Co. 1847.

Libretto only, interleaved. M. 147,32

Same. Matilda. Composed by W. V. Wallace M.2g4.8

A monody. Birmingham. Beilby & Knotts. 1822.

No. I in M. 147.34
Der Mulatte. Romantische Oper. Musik von M. W. Balfe.

M.261.1:
The Sicilian bride. [By M. W. Balfe. Overture, airs, duets,
songs, etc.] M.237.21

Bunn, Alfred, translator.
AuBER. Gustavus the Third; or the masked ball.

No. 2 in M.223.1
Balfe. The enchantress. M.26i.9;etc.

Etienne, Victor Joseph. Guillaume Tell. Opera.

M. 147.29; etc.
Scribe. Lestocq, ou I'intrigue et I'amour. M. 147.31

The syren. M.147.27

Bunnett, Edward.
Christ our Passover. Easter anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
Boston. Schmidt. [1894.] No. 15 in M.203.26

Bunning, Herbert.
La princesse Osra. Opera romantique en 3 actes, d'apres
Anthony Hope [pseud.]. Paroles de Maurice Berenger.
Musique de Herbert Bunning. Vocal score [with piano
accomp.]. London. Enoch. 1902. M.397.11

Suite villageoise, pour grand orchestre. Op. 45. Partition.
Hannover. Oertel. [1896.] 4 parts in i v.

No. 3 in M.403.16
Contents. — i. Pastorale. 2. Danse des paysans. 3. Idylle. 4. Fete
de village.

Bunte Blatter. Criticism. Ambros. M.io9a.3i

Bunte Schlangen. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Gesange aus

Shakspeare . . . No. 8 in M. 221.26

Buntes Treiben. Characterstuck. Kretschmer. Musikalische

Dorfgeschichten. No. 11 in M.342.10

Bunting, Edward.
The ancient music of Ireland, arranged for the piano forte.

Prefixed a dissertation on the Irish harp and harpers.

Dublin. Hodges & Smith. 1840. Illus. Plate. M.121.21
Bunting, Edward, compiler.
A general collection of the ancient Irish music, containing a

variety of admired airs . . . also the compositions of

Conolan and Carolan . . . and adapted for the piano-forte.

Dublin. Hime. [1796.] No. 5 in M. 380.42

Buona figliuola, La. Opera. For the Music see Piccinni, N.

For the Libretto see Goldoni.
Buonaiuti, B. Serafino.
Alzira, a serious opera. The music by F. Bianchi. Lambeth.

Tibson. 1801. No. I in M.147.6

Libretto only, in English and Italian.

La caccia de Enrico IV. . . . An heroi-comic opera. Music
by V. Pucitta. London. Brettell & Co. 1809.

Libretto only, in English and Italian. No. I in M.147.7

I villeggiatori bizzarri; or, a whim in the country. A comic
opera. Music by V. Pucitta. London. Zotti. 1809.

Libretto only, in English and Italian. No. 3 in M. 147,7

Buonamici, Giuseppe.

Pater Noster, fiir Sopran-Solo und gemischten Chor. Ave

Maria, fiir gemischten Chor. Mit oder ohne Begleitung

von Harmonium oder Orgel. Op. 3. Miinchen. Aibl.

[ 1870?] No. 7 in M.203.6

Buonanni, Filippo.

Gabinetto armonico. Pieno d'instromenti sonori . . . Roma.
Placho. 1723. 12 plates. No. 3 in M.131.14

Buonavoglia, Liiigi G.
Agnese, musique de Paer. Opera complet. M.368.35

Aristodemo, a tragic drama. The music by Pucitta. Lon-
don. Gillet. 1814. No. 3 in M.ioga.1.3

Libretto only, in Italian and English.



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Buongiorno, Crescenzio.
„Das Madchenherz." (II cuor delle fanciulle.) Lyrische
Oper in vier Akten von Luigi lUica. Deutsch von Ludwig
Hartmann. Musik von Crescenzio Buongiorno. Voll-
standiger Klavier-Auszug mit deutschem und italieni-
schem Text. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. 1900. Portrait.

M.3g6.i8
Buono, Michele.

I moschettieri. Melodramma di Ricardo Paderni e Michele
Buono. Musica del Mo. Giuseppe Sinico. M.274.24

Buonomo, Alfonso.

Cicco e Cola. Opera comica in 4 atti, di Almerindo Spadetta.

Musica di A. Buonomo. I recitativi sono musicati da Et-

tore Gelli. Riduzione con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano.

Lucca. [1857.] M.281.19

Buontempone, II. Opera. For the Music see Mandanici. For

the Libretto see Bassi.
Burani, Paul, pseud. See Roucoux, Paul Urbain.
Burat de Gurgy, Edmond.

Le jugement dernier. Opera sacre. Musique de A. Vogel.

M.284.31
Burbank, Charles H.

Four Christmas carols. Boston. Gerrish. [1888.]

No. II in M. 158.26
Contents. — Before the paling of the stars. — Glorious star in the
eastern sky. — Christmas bells are ringing. — Glad tidings unto you
I bring.

Burbero, II, di buon cuore. Opera. For the Music see Martin

y Solar. For the Libretto see Ponte.
Burbure de Wesembeek, Leon Philippe Marie de.

Charles Luython, compositeur de musique de la cour im-
periale (1550-1620). Sa vie et ses oeuvres. Bru.xelles.
Hayez. 1880. No. 2 in M.141.5

Deux virtuoses frangais a Anvers [Georges Lohoys et Jean
Hobreau, surnomme Petit-Jehan]. fipisode des moeurs
musicales au XVI« siecle. Bruxelles. Hayez. 1880.

No. 2 in M.128.8
Burck, Joachim, pseud. See Moller, Joachim.
Burckhardt, Salomon. See Burkhardt, Salomon.
Burden, W. R.

Sacred pieces, composed & arranged for the service of the
Protestant Episcopal church. [Accomp. for organ.] Bos-
ton. Ditson & Co. [187-?! No. II inM.190.2

A small collection of Glorias, chants and hymn tunes.

Bureau, fidouard.

La veillee des noces. Opera-comique. Paroles de Alexandre
Bisson et Bureau-Jattiot. Musique de F. Toulmouche.

M.324.23
Same. The wedding eve. A comic opera. Music by Fre-
deric Toulmouche. The English libretto (founded on the
French) by William Yardley. M.323.22

Bureau, Un, de nourrices. Opera. For the Music see Douay.

For the Libretto see Tourte.
Bureau-Jattiot. See Bureau, fidouard; Jattiot, Fernand.
Burenin, Viktor Petrovitch.

Angelo. Oper von C. Cui. M.3g6.28

Burg Falkenstein, Die. Opera. For the Music see Grund.
Burge, William.

On the choral service of the Anglo-Catholic church. Lon-
don. Bell. 1844. No. 4 in M.207.26
The preface is signed W. B.

Burger, Max, editor.

ScHARWENKA, L. P. Fijr die Jugend. No. 3 in M.404.12

Burgess, Gilbert.

The wooden spoon. Operetta. Music by Hope Temple.

No. 3 in M.402.71
Burgess, J. H.

When Delia to yon verdant bank. Glee [a. x. t. b.]. (In
Bland. The Ladies' collection. Vol. 3, pp. 278-281.)

No. 23 in M.235.17.3
Burgess, R.

Sweet Miss Prue. Catch [for 3 voices], (/w The Apollo.

Vol. 6, p. 472.) No. 17 in M.i3ga.i8.6

Burgh, Allatson.

Anecdotes of music, historical and biographical. London.

Longman. 1814. 3 v. M.128.42



Burgh, Joachim, pseud. See Moller, Joachim.

Burghersh, Lord. See Fane, John, nth Earl of Westmoreland.

Burghold, Julius.

Richard Wagner. Die Meistersinger von Niirnberg. Er-
lautert von Dr. Julius Burghold. Leipzig. Seemann.
[1899? Der Musikfiihrer.] No. 7 in M.217.12.7

Burglars, The. Opera. For the Libretto see Pidgin.
Burgmein, J.

Contes de Noel. Suites mignonnes. Par J. Burgmein. Te.xte
par Armand Silvestre. Illustres par A. Edel. [Partition
chant, s. ou t. et choeur, et piano.] Paris. Durdilly & cie.
[ 189-?] No. 3 in M.204.2g

Le roman de Pierrot et de Pierrette. Historiettes musicales
pour grand orchestre. Partition. Milan. Ricordi. [188-?]

No. 6 in M.332.10
Contents. — Serenade. — Duo amoureux. — Bal de noces. — Cortege
nuptial.
Burgmueller, Norbert.

Ouverture fiir Orchester. Op. 5. Partitur. Leipzig. Kist-

ner. [1859?] No. i in M.336.S

Sinfonie No. i (C-moU), fiir Orchester. Op. 2. Partitur.

Leipzig. Kistner. [1858?] M.336.3

Sinfonie No. 2 (D-dur), in 3 Satzen fiir Orchester. Op. 11.

Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [186-?] M.336.4

4 Entr'actes fiir Orchester. Op. 17. Partitur. Leipzig.

Kistner. [i860?] No. 2 in M.336.S

Burgomaster, The. Opera. For the Music see Luders. For

the Libretto see Pixley.
Burgonde, La. Opera. For the Music see Vidal, P. A. For

the Libretto see Bergerat.
Burgundy. Music.

PoisoT, C. E. Essais sur les musiciens bourguignons. Dijon.

1854. No. 2 in M.116.6

Burial, The, of Christ. Cantata. For the Music see Klughardt.

For the Libretto see Hosaeus.
Burion, Amedee.

Les faiseuses d'embarras. Saynette. Musique de Jules
Javelot. No. 2 in M.3gg.27

Le preux et le mecanicien, ou autrefois & aujourd'hui. Mu-
sique de Frederic Wachs. No. 3 in M.326.10
Burkhardt, Addison.
The runaways. A new musical comedy. Music by Raymond
Hubbell. M.3g7.33
Burkhardt, Salomon.
Abendgesang. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 7, pp.
35, 36.) No. 234 in M.i2ga.43.7
Der Friihlingsabend. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 7,
pp. 49, 50.) No. 240 in M.i2ga.43.7
Kosackenlied. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 9, pp.
29, 30.) No. 17 in M.i2ga.43.g
Morgenlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus. Band 7, pp. 22, 23.)

No. 227 in M.i2ga.43.7

Nature joyous smiling. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Orpheus

glee book. Pp. 59, 60.) No. 31 in M.246.36

Soldatenlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus. Band 7, pp. 29, 30.)

No. 231 in M.i2ga.43.7

Ubi bene, ibi patria. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 7,

pp. 4, 5.) No. 216 in M.i2ga.43.7

Burleske. For pianoforte and orchestra. Strauss, R. M.404.23

Burlingame, Edward Livermore, translator.

Wagner, W. R. Art life and theories. M.101.16

Burmeister, Johann Peter Theodor.
Salvator Rosa, oder zwei Nachte in Rom, komische Oper in
Musik gesetzt . . . von Joseph Rastrelli. M. 150.4

Burmeister, Richard.

Die Jagd nach dem Gliick. Symphonische Fantasie fiir Or-
chester. [Op. 2.] Partitur. Berlin. Ries & Erler. [1894?]

M.403.7
Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley.

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

The chieftain, a comic opera, composed by Arthur Sullivan.

M.323.27



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Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley. (Continued.)
The contrabandista; or the law of the ladrones. Comic
opera. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan. M.327-7

Reproduced in 1895 with changes and additions as The chieftain.
Cox and Box, or the long-lost brothers. Triumviretta. The

music by Arthur S. Sullivan. M.284.7; No. 2 in M.277.23

His Majesty; or, the court of Vingolia. A comic opera. By

F. C. Burnand & R. C. Lehmann. Music by Alexander C.

Mackenzie. M.402.37

The miller & his man, a drawing room extravaganza, with

songs by Arthur Sullivan, the incidental music composed

and arranged by James F. Simpson. No. i in M.277.23

My aunt's secret. Operetta. Music by James L. Molloy.

No. 3 in M.277.22
Pickwick. [Music by] Edward Solomon. M.322.42

The telephone girl. By F. C. Burnand, Arthur Sturgess. and

Sir Augustus Harris. Music by Gaston Serpette, and J.

M. Glover. No. 3 in M.389.43

The tiger. Operetta. Music by Edward Solomon.

No. 4 in M.395.3S
Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley, translator.

AuDRAN. "La cigale." M.25S.30

Burnett, Vivian.

"Fool's gold." Music by John A. Loud. No. i in M.394.29

Burney, Charles.

An account of the musical performances in Westminster-
Abbey and the Pantheon, May, June, 1784. In commemo-
ration of Handel. London. Payne. 1785. Portraits.
Plates. M.I22.3S

Benedetto quel claretto. Canon [4 in i]. (/« Vocal har-
monist's magazine. Vol. I, pp. 48, 49) No. 4 in M.220.5

A general history of music. 2d edition. London. Payne.
1789. 4 V. Portrait. Plates. M.iii.i

Jack and Jill. Catch [for 4 voices]. {In Bland. The Ladies'
collection. Vol. i, p. 77-) No. 123 in M.23S.17.1

Also to be found in Vocal harmonist's magazine.

Jack Sprat. Catch [for 6 voices]. {In Vocal harmonist's
magazine. Vol. i, p. 71) No. 4inM.220.s

Mortals learn. Catch [for 3 voices]. (/» Vocal harmonist's
magazine. Vol. i, p. 31.) No. 4 in M.220.5

Peter White. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Social harmonj'.
P. 41.) No. 30 in M. 215.21

Also to be found in Vocal harmonist's magazine ; Warren's Cocks's
Hand-book of glees.

The present state of music in France and Italy. London.
Becket & Co. 1771. M.137.22

The present state of music in Germany, the Netherlands
and United Provinces. London. Becket & Co. 1773. 2 v.

M.116.3
Burney, Charles, editor and translator.

Rousseau, J. J. The cunning-man. No. i in M.130.2

Burney, Charles. Works about.

Arblay, F. d'. Memoirs of Doctor Burney. London. 1832.
3 V. M.135.4

Veal, G. Musical travels through England. By the late
Joel Collier [pseud.]. With an appendix, containing an
account of the author's last illness and death, by Nat.
Collier [pseud.]. 3d edition. London. 1775. M. 145.33
A satire on Burney. Also attributed to J. L. Bicknell.

Joel Collier redivivus, an entirely new edition of

"Musical travels." London. 1818. M.iiga.8

Burney, F. H., editor.

Musical bijou, The. M.158.4

Burns, Robert.

Acht Lieder, componirt von Wilhelm Taubert.

No. 5, 6 in M.192.6

Contents. — 1. Hier hinaus, dort hinaus. — Mein Madchen, komm. —
Es bliiht ein schmucker Rosenstrauch. — Kalt entfloh der Winter-
wind. 2. Griin sind die Auen. — John Anderson, mein Lieb'. — Wenn
uber'm Berg. — • Wer ist an der Kammerthur?

The cotter's Saturday night. Set to music by A. C. Macken-
zie. No. 2 in M. 155.31
Fiinf Lieder, componirt . . . von Rob. Schumann.

No. 6 in M.280.49

Contents. — Das Hochlandmadchen. — Zahnweh. — ,,Mich zieht es
nach dem Dorfchen hin." — Die alte gute Zeit. — Hochlandbitrsch.



Burns, Robert. (Continued.)

Tarn O'Shanter. A cantata. Music by Howard Glover.

M.226.4; etc.
Burns. Symphonic poem. Mackenzie, A. C. No. 2 in M.345.29
Bumside, R. H.

Sergeant Kitty. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. New York.

[1903] M.397.63

The tourists. A musical comedy. Music by Gustave Kerker.

M.240.4
Burret, Leonce, translator.

Delmet. Chansons tendres. M.102.23

Bursch, Der. Lied. Grieg. Grieg-Album. No. 5 in M.155.16
Burschen Wein-Examen, Der. Part-song. Ellmenreich.

No. 60 in M.246.22
Burschenlust. Part-song. Silcher. Silcher-Album.

No. 4 in M.3 70.30
Burst forth, my tears. Part-song. Dowland, J. First set of
songs. No. 2 in M.234.2Z

Burton, Frederick Russell.

Hiawatha. Dramatic cantata by Frederick R. Burton. The

words from the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

[s. a. t. b. and chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte.] Boston.

O. Ditson Co. 1898. M.213.20

Bury, Bernard de.

Les caracteres de la folic. Ballet, mis en musique par M. de
Bury. [Paroles de Duclos. Partition.] Paris. L'auteur.
[1743.] No. I in M.28u8

Bury me in the morning, mother. Song. Foster, S. C.

No. 7 in M.380.41.1
Burya. For orchestra. Tchaikovski, P. I. La tempete.

No. 2 in M.343.4
Busby, Thomas.

Concert room and orchestra anecdotes of music and musi-
cians. London. Clementi & Co. 1725. 3 v. Portraits.
Plates. Engraved title-pages. M.128.23

A general history of music. London. Whittaker. i8ig. 2 v.

M.114.11
Busby, Thomas, editor.

PuRCELL, H. The tempest. No. 5 in M.380.6

Busch, Carl.

Elegie, Op. 30. Herrn W. Weber, Kansas City, Mo., in
Verehrung. Streichmusik. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf
& Hiirtel. 1899. _ No. 3 in M.410.11

Buscopius, Cornelius. See Boscoop, Cornells.
Bushnell, Catherine Hayes. See Hayes, Catherine. 1825-1861.
Busnach, William Bertrand.
Ali-Baba. Opera-comique de A. Vanloo et W. Busnach.
Musique de Ch. Lecocq. M.306.6

Am Hochzeitstag (Seit Mittag verheirathet). Mariee depuis
midi. Solo Operette. Paroles de William Busnach & A.
Liorat [pseud.]. Musik von G. Jacobi. No. 2 in M.277.24
Charbonnier est maitre chez lui. Operette vaudeville. Pa-
roles de MM. Clairville [pseud.] & Busnach. Musique de
Clairville fils [pseud.]. No. I in M.28S.18

Le chevalier timide. Opera-comique. Musique de Edmond
Missa. No. i in M.267.4

Cliquette. Operette. Musique de Louis Varney.

No. I in M.325.9
La fille de Fanchon la vielleuse. Opera-comique de Liorat
[pseud.], Busnach & Fonteny. Musique de L. Varney.

M.325.2

Les gammes d'Oscar. Folic musicale. Musique de Georges

Douay. No. 2 in M.301.4

Heloise et Abelard. Opera-comique. Paroles de Clairville

[pseud.] et W. Busnach. Musique de Henry Litolff.

M.366.29

Kosiki. Opera-comique. Paroles de W. Busnach et A.

Liorat [pseud.]. Musique de Charles Lecocq. M.296.36

Madame Cartouche. Opera-comique. Paroles de William

Busnach & Pierre Decourcelle. Musique de Leon Vas-

seur. No. 3 in M.325.21

Le myosotis. Operette-bouffe. Paroles de Cham [pseud.]

et William Busnach. Musique de Charles Lecocq.

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Busnach, William Bertrand. (Continued.)

L'oeuf rouge. Opera comique par A. Vanloo et W. Busnach.
Musique de E. Audran. No. i in M.255.27

L'ours et I'amateur des jardins. Bouffonnerie musicale.
Paroles de W. Busnach & Marquet. Musique de I. E.
Legouix. No. 4 in M.306.12

La penitente. Opera comique. Paroles de Henri Meilhac
et William Busnach. Musique de Madame de Grandval.

No. I in M.266.31
Le phoque a ventre blanc. Parade musicale. Musique de
Georges Douay. No. S in M.301.4

Pomme d'api. Operette de L. Halevy et W. Busnach. Mu-
sique de J. Offenbach. No. 3 in M.368.5
Le quai malaquais. Operette. Paroles de William Busnach
et £lie Frebault. Musique de Amedee de Roubin.

No. 2 in M.307.40
Le signal. Opera comique. Poeme de Ernest Dubreuil et
William Busnach. Musique de Paul Puget.

No. I in M.2g7.i8
La viperine. Operette. Paroles de Busnach et Prevel. Mu-
sique de J. J. Debillemont. No. 2 in M.302.16
Les virtuoses du pave. Bouffonnerie musicale. Paroles de
William Busnach. Musique de Mr. A. L'fiveille.

No. 5 in M.305.41
Busnach, William Bertrand, editor.

Lecocq, a. C. Les jumeaux de Bergame. M.405.32;etc.

Busoni, Ferruccio Benvenuto.

Concertstiick fiir Pianoforte mit Orchester. Op. 31a. Par-
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1892. M.410.14

Konzert fiir die Violine mit Orchester. Op. 3Sa. Partitur.
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1899. No. I in M.403.18

Lustspiel-Ouvertiire. Op. 38. Partitur. Leipzig. Breit-
kopf & Hartel. 1904. [Zwei heitere Ouvertiiren.]

No. 2 in M.406.44
Quartett (in C) fiir zwei Violinen, Viola und Violoncell.
Op. 19. Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner, [189-?]

No. 2 in M.335.3
Quartett, Zweites (D moll), fiir 2 Violinen. Viola und Vio-
loncell. Op. 26. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Har-
tel. [1889.] No. I inM.2ii.i
Symphonische Suite, fiir Orchester. Op. 25. Partitur. Leip-
zig. Kahnt. [1884.] No. i in M.403.i9
Symphonisches Tongedicht fiir Orchester. Op. 32a. Parti-
tur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [189-?]

No. 2 in M.403.19
Zweite-Orchestersuite (Geharnischte-Suite). Op. 34, A.
(Komponiert 1895. Umgearbeitet 1903.) Partitur. Leip-
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1905.] M.406.44
Busoni, Ferruccio Benvenuto, editor.

Bach, J. S. Konzert, D moll, fur Klavier & Streichorches-

ter. No. 2 in M.403.3

Liszt, F. Rhapsodie espagnole (Folies d'Espagne et Jota

arragonesa) pour piano. Als Konzertstiick mit Orchester.

No. I in M.410.71
Busschop, Jules Auguste Guillaume.



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