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Fortunio. Comedie lyrique d'apres Le chandelier d'Alfred

de Musset, par G. A. de Caillavet et Robert de Flers.

Musique de Andre Messager. M.378.9

Paris ou "Le bon juge." Operette de Robert de Flers et

G. A. de Caillavet. Musique de Claude Terrasse. M.389.19

Le Sire de Vergy, opera bouffe de G. A. de Caillavet et

Robert de Flers. Musique de Claude Terrasse. M.381.S2

Les travaux d'Hercule. Opera bouffe de G.-A. de Caillavet

et Robert de Flers. Musique de Claude Terrasse. M.381.53

Caillebotte, Martial.

Dies iras, pour soprano, tenor et orchestre. Partition pour

chant et piano. Paris. Hartmann. [189-?] No. 2 in M.194.6

Don Paez. Poeme dramatique d'apres les Contes d'Espagne

d'Alfred de Musset. Musique de Martial Caillebotte.

[Partition piano et chant.] Paris. Girod. [1878?] M.381.6

Cain, Henri.

Les armaillis. Legende dramatique. Poeme de Henri Cain
et D. Baud-Bovy. Musique de Gustave Doret. M.389.37
Une aventure de la Guimard. Ballet de Henri Cain. Mu-
sique de Andre Messager. No. i in M.389.14
La Cabrera (Die Ziegenhirtin). Musikdrama. Musik von
Gabriel Dupont. M.399.77
Cendrillon. Conte de fees. Musique de J. Massenet. M.393.44
Cherubin. Comedie chantee. Poeme de Francis de Croisset
[pseud.] & Henri Cain. Musique de J. Massenet. M.399.88
La Flamenca. Drame musical de Henri Cain et Eug-Ed
Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de Lucien Lambert. M.397.41
Le juif polonais. Conte populaire d'Alsace. Poeme de
Henri Cain et P.-B. Gheusi. Musique de Camille Erlanger.

M.402.16
La Navarraise. Episode lyrique. Poeme de Jules Claretie &
Henri Cain. Musique de J. Massenet. M.245.15

Les pecheurs de Saint-Jean. Scenes de la vie maritime.
Musique de Ch.-M. Widor. M.3g9.34

Sapho. Piece lyrique de MM. Henri Cain et Bernede. Mu-
sique de J. Massenet. M.394.7
Thyl Uylenspiegel. Drame lyrique de MM. Henri Cain &
Lucien Solvay. Musique de Jan Block.x. M.382.3
La vivandiere. Opera-comique. Musique de Benjamin
Godard. M.303.2
Same. Opera comique. English translation by G. White.
Music by Benjamin Godard. M.245.5
Cairon, Claude Antoine Jules.

La boite au lait. Opera-bouffe de Mrs. E. Grange et J. No-

riac [pseud.]. Musique de J. Offenbach. M.267.41

La branche cassee. Opera-bouffe. Paroles de MM. A. Jaime

et Noriac [pseud.]. Musique de Gaston Serpette. M.322.26

La cruche cassee. Opera-comique de J. Noriac [pseud.] &

J. Moinaux. Musique de Leon Vasseur. M.325.15

£ros. Fantaisie lyrique de Jules Noriac [pseud.] et .Adolphe

Jaime. Musique de Paul Vidal. No. i in M.325.36

La petite reine. Opera-comique de A. Jaime & J. Noriac

[pseud.]. Musique de Leon Vasseur. M.325.24; etc.



Cairon, Claude Antoine Jules. (Continued.)
Pierrette et Jacquot. Operette de Noriac [pseud.] et Ph.
Gille. Musique de J. Offenbach. No. i in M.267.34

La Sorrentine. Opera-comique de J. Moinaux & J. Noriac
[pseud.]. Musique de L. Vasseur. M.325.14

La timbale d'argent. Opera-bouffe de A. Jaime et J. Noriac
[pseud.]. Musique de L. Vasseur. No. 2 in M.327.17

Calamita, La. Duet. Gordigiani, L. fichos de la Toscane.
Vol. 2. No. 27 in M.244.13.2

Caldara, Antonio.
Agnus Dei. [Chorus. Accomp. for piano.] (/» Latrobe.
Selection of sacred music. Vol. 4, pp. 69-74.)

No. 14 in ((.290.29.4
Agnus Dei. Duetto [a. t. Accomp. for pianoforte], (/n
Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 191-193.)

No. 69 in M.2go.22.2
Also to be found in Latrobe's Selection of sacred music ; Rochlitz's
Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke.

Benedictus. [Trio, s. a. b. .Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In

Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 158-159.)

No. 58 in M.290.22.2
Also to be found in Latrobe's Selection of sacred music.

Et incarnatus est. Coro. From a MSS. mass. [Accomp.
for pianoforte.] (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music.
Vol. 3, pp. 10-15.) No. 3 in 11.290.29.3

Et incarnatus est. [Solo, G minor. Accomp. for pianoforte.
(/)! Echos du monde religieux. Pp. 30, 31.) M.156.52

Also to be found in Latrobe's Selection of sacred music.

Laboravi in gemitu meo. Motett [a. t. b. Accomp. for or-
gan]. (In Novello. Evening service. Vol. i, pp. 166, 167.)

M. 260.23.1

Miserere mei. Motett fs. a. b. Accomp. for organ]. (In
Novello. Motetts. Vol. 2, book 8, pp. 22, 23.)

No. 16 in M.260.24.2

Out of the mouths of babes. Aria [a. or b. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. (In Latrobe. Selections of sacred music. Vol. 3,
p. 64.) No. II in M.290.29.3

Qui tollis [s. A. T. B. mit Pianoforte-Begleitung]. (In Roch-
litz. Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. Band 2, pp.
64-67.) No. 16 in M.202.6.2

Salve Rcgina [a. t. b. con basso continue]. (In Rochlitz.
Sammlung vorzuglicher Gesangstucke. Band 2, pp. 56-58.)

No. 14 in M.202.6.2

Sana me, Domine. Motett, s. a. b. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Novello. Motetts. Vol. 2, book 8, pp. 24-26.)

No. 17 in M.260.24.2

Serve the Lord with gladness. [Trio, s. a. b. Accomp. for
organ.] (In Cotton. Bangor Cathedral collection. Pp.
121-123.) No. 20 in M.290.33

Caldecott, Randolph.

The three jovial huntsmen, a short cantata by T. Anderton.

No. I in M.154.16
Calderwood, James William.

Bobby Shaftoe. A Mother-Goose extravaganza, in prologue

and two acts. Book and lyrics by Harry Church Whorf.

Music composed and arranged by James W. Calderwood.

[Accomp. for pianoforte. Boston.] 1899. No. i in M.402.66

Caldicott, Alfred James.

"Cobwebs." Part-song. London. Patey & Willis. [18S3?]

No. 24 in M.158.14

Dedication ode. Written by W. A. Barrett for the opening
of the Albert Palace, Battersea Park . . . Composer Al-
bert J. Caldicott. [s. bar. and chorus. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Metzler & Co. [1885.] No. i in M.ig4.8

■'.\ fishy case; or, the scales of justice." Operetta for chil-
dren. By Fred E. Weatherly and .Alfred J. Caldicott.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Metzler & Co. [1883.]
2 plates. No. 3 in M.277.23

Humpty Dumpty! Humorous glee. London. Novello,
Ewer & Co. [1878?] No. 26 in M.158.14

Jack and Jill. Nursery rhyme. Set to music [s. .\. t. b.].

London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [188-?] No. 25 in M.1S8.14

Same. [Part-song, arranged for male voices by Warren

Davenport.] Boston. Davenport. [1883.] No. 8 in M.392.6

Same. [Part-song for female voices.] Adapted by Charles
R.Ford. Boston. Russell. [1885.] No. 23 in M.158.14

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London. Novello,
No. 27 in M.158.14

London. Patey &
No. 22 in M.158.14



Caldicott, Alfred James. (Continued.)
"Little Jack Horner." Humorous glee.

Ewer & Co. [188-?]
"The lost chord." A four-part song.

Willis. 1883.

"Queen of the May." Cantata for ladies' voices. [Accomp.
for pianoforte.] London. Weekes & Co. [188-?]

No. I in M.204.9

The widow of Nain, a sacred cantata, [s. a. t. b. and chorus.

Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co.

ri88i?] M.154.42

Winter days. Choral glee. (/» Novello's Part-song book.

2d series. Vol. 16, pp. 1-8.) No. I in M.19S.1.16

Calegari, Francesco Antonio.

Tantum ergo. [Motet.] (/n Lueck. Sammlung ausge-
zeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche. Band .1, pp. i.^.S,
1516.) No. 41 in M.i.sS.aa-a

Caletti-Bruno, Pier Francesco.

L'Eritrea. [Sinfonia, arie e quintette dalla opera.] Tran-
scription. {In Deldevez. Fondation de I'opera en France.
Pp. 18-26.) No. 7, 8 in M.356.11

II Giasone. Musica del S«. Francesco Cavalli [pseud.]
(164Q). Poesia del Dottore Giacinto Andrea Cicognini.
[Per canto e piano.] (/n Oper, Die, von ihren ersten An-
fangen bis zur Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts. Theil 2, pp. 3-
8.1;.) M.400.6.2

Calfat, Le. Opera. For the Music see Cahen, E. For tlie Li-
bretto see Mercier, P.
Calife de Bagdad, Le. Opera. For the Music see Boieldieu,

F. A. For the Libretto see Saint-Just.

Caligaverunt oculi mei. Motet. Haydn, J. M. No. 4 in M.384.11

Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 9. £1.80403.67.9

Palestrina. Werke. Band 32. M.8o4oa.66.32

Caligula. Incidental music. For the Music see Faure, G. U.

For the Libretto see Dumas, A. 1802-1870.
Calino amoureux. For the Music see Javelot. For the Li-
bretto see Jouhaud.
Calipso. Opera. For the Music see Winter, P. von.

Calixte, , pseud.

Deux coups de marteau. Saynete. Paroles de Gedhe et
Calixte [pseud.]. Musique de F. Bernicat. No. 3 in M.395.4
Calkin, John Baptiste.

Behold now, praise the Lord. Anthem for s. s. a. t. b. b.
[Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co.

[186-?] No. I in M.234.10

Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.

Breathe soft, ye winds. A four-part song. {In Novello's
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 65-68.)

No. 14 in M.195.1.3; No. S in M.204.3
Same. f a. a. t. t. b. b.] {In The Orpheus. New series.
Vol. 2, pp. loi-ios.) No. 13 in M.205.10.2

The chivalry of labour. A part-song [s. s. a. t. e.]. {In No-
vello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 73-84.)

No. 16 in M.19S.1.3; No. 5 in M.204.3
Come, fill, my boys. A four-part song [a. t. t. b.]. {In No-
vello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 85-92.)

No. 17 in M.19S.1.3; No. 5 in M.204.3
Also to be found in The Orpheus, New series.
Echoes. A four-part song. {In Novello's Part-song book.
2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 93-96.)

No. 18 in M.195.1.3; No. s in M.204.3

Hear my prayer, terzetto [s. a. t. Accomp. for pianoforte].

London. Novello. [18.5-?] No. 16 in M.290.14

I will alway give thanks. Full anthem. [Accomp. for

organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?]

No. 10 in M.234.10
I will magnify Thee, O God. Full anthem. [Accomp. for
organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?]

No. 3 in M.234.10; No. 6 in M.157.32

Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.
The morning and evening service, together with the Office
for the Holy Communion, in G. Op. 98. [Accomp. for
organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [188-?]

No. 4 in M.204.3
A morning, communion and evening service, in B flat. [Ac-
comp. for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 2 in M.2go.27



Calkin, John Baptiste. (Continued.)
My lady is so wondrous fair. [Part-song, s. a. x. b.] {In
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 3, pp. 69-72.)

No. IS in M. 195.1.3; No. 5 in M.204.3

Also to be found [for A. T. T. B.] in The Orpheus, New series.

Night winds that so gently flow. A four-part song [s. a.
t. b.]. {In Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 3,
pp. 61-64.) No. 13 in M.19S.1.3; No. s in M.204.3

Same. [t. t. b. b.] Philadelphia. Boner & Co. 1882.

No. 9 in M.392.6
Also to be found [for a. t. t. b.] in The Orpheus, New series.

O God, have mercy. Anthem for t. and chorus. [Accomp.
for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 6 in M.234.10
Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.

Out of the deep. Full anthem, [b. solo and chorus. Accomp.
for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 5 in M.234.10
Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.

The righteous shall flourish. Full anthem. [Accomp. for
organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 2 in M.234.10
Also to be found in Novello's Collection of anthems.

Six four-part songs. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Novello & Co. [186-? Novello's Part-song book. 2d
series.] _ No. 5 in M.204.3

Contents. — Night winds. — Breathe soft, ye winds. ■ — My lady is so
wondrous fair. — ■ Chivalry of labour. — Come, fill, my boys. — Echoes.

Te Deum laudamus. In D. {In Novello's Parish choir book.
Pp. 48-Si.) No. 9 in M.1S7.30

Thou visitest the earth. Anthem for harvest. [Accomp. for
organ.] {In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 12,
pp. 106-115.) No. 13 in M.19S.2.I2

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace. Full anthem. [Ac-
comp. for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?]

No. 7 in M.234.10

To the redbreast. Part-song. [Accomp. for piano.] Lon-
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. 1870. No. 3 in M.158.1S

Two introits or short anthems, "Rend your hearts and not
your garments," and "To the Lord our God belong mer-
cies." [Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello. [185-?]
No. 8 in M.234.10; No. 12 in M.190.2

Two introits or short anthems, The sacrifices of God, If we
saj' that we have no sin. [Accomp. for organ.] London.
Novello & Co. [186-?] No. 9 in M.234.10

Unto Thee will I cry. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] Lon-
don. Novello & Co. [i86-?l No. 4 in M.234.10
Call, Leonhard von.

Alles, was die Erd' enthalt. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 35-37- ) No. 33 in M.213.9

Also to be found in Orpheus.

Dear maid. ] Part-song, t. t. b. b.] {In The Orpheus. New

series. Vol. 3, pp. 115-117.) No. 28 in M.20S.10.3

Also to be found in Orpheus glee book.

Evening. Part-song for t. t. b. b. {In The Orpheus. New
series. Vol. 3, pp. 26-28.) No. 7 in M.205.10.3

Ihr bangen Sorgen weicht von mir. [Mannerchor.] (In
Orpheus. Band 2, pp. 15-17.) No. 53 in M. 1293.43.2

Komm, stiller Abend, nieder. [Mannerchor.] {[n Orpheus.
Band i, pp. 44. 45-) No. 30 in M. 1293.43.1

Oft when night. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In The Orpheus.

New series. Vol. 4, pp. 7-9-) No. 2 in M.205.10.4

Also to be found in Orpheus glee book ; Willard's Arion.

Pleasing pain. [Part-song, x. x. b. b.] (In The Orpheus.

New series. Vol. 4, PP- 29-32.) No. 8 in M.205.10.4

Also to be found in Orpheus glee book.

Was frag' ich viel nach Geld. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink.
Die deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 56, 57.) No. 44 in M.213.9
Also to be found in Orpheus.
Wenn die Nacht mit siisser Ruh'. [Mannerchor.] (In Or-
pheus. Band 3, pp. 8, 9.) No. 84 in M.i29a.43.3
Where's the gain of care. A part-song [x. x. b. b.]. (In The
Orpheus. New series. Vol. 5, pp. 15-19)

No. 5 in M.205.10.5
Call for the reck'ning. Part-song. Purcell, H.

No. 54 in M.iio.i.i ; etc.
Call forth such numbers. Part-song. Cooke, B.

No. 26 in 11.334.3.3



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Call George again, boy. Part-song. Hilton.

No. 157 in M.ito.1.2; etc.
Call Jehovah thy salvation. Anthem.

Haydn, F. J. No. 18 in M. 157.34

Mozart. No. 38 in M.1S7.34

Call Philip Flat-nose. Round [for 3 voices]. (In Musical Li-
brary. Vol. I, p. 97.) No. 44 in M.23S.18.1
Call the waiter. Port-song. Danby. No. 17 in M.i39a.i8.7
Call to remembrance, O Lord. Anthem.

B.^TTisHiLL. No. 3 in M.195.2.6

Callcott, J. W. No. 86 in M.220.g.4; etc.

Farrant. No. 59 in m. 290.22.2; etc.

Fay, C. K. No. 44 in M.158.IS

FowLE. [Fifteen anthems.] 11.290.26

Nares. Twenty anthems. No. 20 in M.236.33

Call to the mountains. Part-song. Hiller, F.

No. 23 in M.204.36.2
Callcott, John George.

The golden harvest, a pastoral cantata. The words by Julia
Goddard. The music by J. G. Callcott. [s. a. t. bar. and
chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Enoch. [187-?]

No. I in M.154.43
Callcott, John Hutchins, editor.
Jolly. A collection of hymns, canons, glees, and songs . . .

M.23S.2

Callcott, John Wall.

Ah, how Sophia. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In The Apollo.
Vol. 3, pp. 210, 211.) No. II in M.i39a.i8.3

Also to be found in The Harmonist ; Musical times [Music] ; Parker's
The Orphean lyre ; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees.

Alas, cry'd Damon. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 357, 358.)

No. io8 in M.220.9.4

All people now. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (/» Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 5, pp. 97-101.) No. 26 in M. 220.9.5

Angel of life. [Recitativo and aria. t. Accomp. for piano-
forte. London.] 1802. No. 34 in M.235.14

Are the white hours. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In Amusement for
the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 162-167.) No. 4 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in Boosey's Standard English glees ; dementi's Vocal
harmony ; Same, 2d edition ; Hullah's The Singer's library ; Novello's
Glee hive ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book ; Warren's Col-
lection of catches.

Autumn. Glee [t. T. B. London. 1799]. No. 11 in M.220.4

A beauteous fair. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 4, p. 51.) No. 15 in M.220.9.4

Blessed is he that considereth. Canon, 4 in 8. (In Amuse-
ment for the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 80, 81.) No. 21 in M.220.3.4
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

Bow down Thine ear. Canon [4 in 2]. (In Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 4, p. 62.) No. 22 in M.220.9.4

Call to remembrance. Canon [4 in 2]. (In Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 284, 285.) No. 86 in M.220.9.4

Christ being raised. Canon [4 in 2]. (In Warren. Collec-
tion of catchas. Vol. 5, pp. 95, 96.) No. 25 in M.220.9.5

Ciocchi fate. Catch [for 3 voices]. (7» Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 202, 203.) No. 93 in M.220.9.4

A collection of glees, canons, and catches. . . . Arranged
with an accomp. for the piano-forte, ad libitum, with a
memoir of the author, by William Horsley. London.
Birchall, Lonsdale & Mills. 1824. 3 v. Portrait. M.234.1
Contents. — i. Lovely seems the moon's fair lustre. — Peace to the
souls of the heroes. — Go, idle boy. — The new mariners. — O snatch
me swift. — It was a fryar. — Yet stay, fair lady. — From this roof
my shepherd went. — Call to remembrance. — Blessed is he. — The
May fly. — In the lovely vale of streams. — Abelard. — • When Arthur
first. — Drink to-night. — Rise, winds of autumn. — Ah! how, Sophia.

— As on the mournful poplar bough. — Father of heroes. — Fill the
horn of glossy blue. — Radiant ruler of the day. — Green thorn of
the Hill of ghosts. — From the chambers of the East. 2. Are the white
hours forever fled? — O voi che sospirate. — With sighs, sweet rose.

— Who comes so dark? — The Red Cross knight. - — The Erl King. —
Forgive, blest shade. — Farewell to Lochaber. — Triumphant Love.

— Bow down Thine ear. — Christ being raised. — Lordly gallants. —
O tarry, gentle traveller. — Desolate is the dwelling. — Thyrsis. when
he left me. — When time was entwining. — Thou art beautiful. —
Come on the light wing'd gale. — You gentlemen of England. — Hast
thou left thy blue course? — Have you Sir John Hawkins' hist'ry. —
Thou palsied earth. — Hail, happy Albion. — Sweet blossom. — Why
does beauteous Lina weep? 3. 'Tho' from the bank of velvet torn. —



Callcott, John Wall. (Continued.)

See! with ivy chaplets bound. — Dull, repining sons of care. — Lone
dweller of the rock. — Garvan. — Oh I sovereign of the willing soul.

— The fairies. — Oh! thou where'er (thy bones at rest). — ■ Cara, vale.

— Once upon my cheek. — Ella. — Hark! the cock crows. — When
battle smeething. — The water king. — Go, plaintive breeze. — As I
was going to Derby. — Soft and safe, tho' lowly, grave. — Rosabelle.

— The knell of tyrant laws. — She who lies here. — A beauteous fair
has stole my heart. — Pleasant is the voice. - — ■ Melrose. — O blest
retirement.

The Derbyshire ram. Glee [a. t. b.]. (/n The Apollo. Vol.
I, pp. 58-63.) No. 22 in M. 1393.18.1

Also to be found in dementi's Vocal harmony ; The Harmonist.

Desolate is the dwelling of Morna. [Glee. s. s. b.] (In
Boosey's Standard English glees. Vol. i, pp. 239-242.)

Also to be found in Musical library. No. 49 in M.157.7

Drink tonight. Glee [for 3 voices]. (/« The Apollo. Vol. 7,
pp. 481-485.) No. I in M.i39a.i8.7

Druid. [Glee, s. a. t. T. b.] London. Birchall. [18 — ?]

No. 3 in M.220.4

Dull, repining sons. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (/n Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 8-12.) No. 2 in M.220.9.4

Elvers Hoh. [Glee, s. s. b. London. 1799.] No. 12 in M.220.4

The Erl King. Glee for 3 voices. (In Boosey's Standard
English glees. Vol. i, pp. 30-35.) No. 7 in M.157.7

Also to be found in Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees.

Same. Adapted for the pianoforte. [London.] 1799.

No. 17 in M.237.2

The Erl King's daughter. [Glee, s. a. b.] London. Birchall.
[18 — ?] No. 9 in M.220.4

The fairies. Glee [s. s. b. London. 179-?]

No. 15 in M.220.4; No. 7 in M.120.31
Also to be found in The Apollo; Boosey's Standard English glees;
The Harmonist ; Musical library ; Musical times [Music] ; Warren's
Cocks's Hand-book of glees.

Farewell to Lochaber. Glee [t. x. b.]. (In Amusement for
the ladies. Vol. 4, PP- 102, 103.) No. 29 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in The Apollo ; dementi's Vocal harmony, 2d edi-
tion ; Ditson's The Orphean lyre ; The Harmonist ; Warren's Collec-
tion of catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Father of heroes. Glee [a. t. t. b. b.]. (/n dementi. Vocal
harmony. 2d edition. Vol. 6, pp. 70-83.)

No. 10 in M.234.2.6; No. 10 in M.235.9.6
Also to be found in The Harmonist ; Novello's Glee-hive ; Warren's
Collection of catches.

Forgive, blest shade. Glee [s. a. b.]. (/» Boosey's Standard
English glees. Vol. i, pp. 108, 109.) No. 22 in M.IS7.7

Also to be found in The Harmonist ; Musical library ; Musical times
[Music] ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

From the lake grey vapours rise. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. London.
Lavenu & Mitchell. [182-?] No. i in M.220.4

Garvan. Glee [t. t. b.]. London. Birchall. [181-?]

No. 2 in M.220.4

Go, idle boy. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In Amusement for the la-
dies. Vol. 4, pp. 170-175-) No. 49 in M.220.3.4
Also to be found in The Apollo; Boosey's Standard English glees;
dementi's Vocal harmony ; Ditson's The Orphean lyre ; Novello's
Glee-hive; Warren's Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito
armonico.

Grant, we beseech Thee. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2,
pp. 344-348.) No. 83inM.iii.4.2

Hail, happy Albion. Glee [a. a. x. t. b.]. (/» Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 4, PP- 272-277.) No. 84 in M.220.9.4

Harold the Valiant. Glee [x. x. b.]. [London. 18—?]

No. 6 in M.220.4
Also to be found in The Harmonist ; Musical library.

Hast thou left thy blue course. [Glee. x. t. b. London.]

1801. No. 9 in M.220.29

Same. [s. s. b.] No. 10 in M.220.29

The haughty wife of Jove. Catch [for 3 voices] . (In Warren.

Collection of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 288, 289.)

No. 91 in M.220.9.4
Have you Sir John Hawkins' hist'ry? Catch [for 3 voices].

(In Amusement for the ladies. Vol. 4, p. 187.)

No. 52 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in Musical times [Music] ; Warren's Collection of

catches.
Here rests his head. Round [for 3 voices]. (In Amusement

for the ladies. Vol. 4, p. 192.) No. 54 in M.220.3.4



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Here's love. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 4, p. 53.) No. 17 in M.220.g.4

High on a mountain. Glee [a. t. b.]. (/» Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 40-43.) No. II in M.220.9.4

How charming the fair one. Catch [for 4 voices]. (/» War-
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. 5, pp. 30, 31.)

No. 7 in M.220.g.5

I am well pleas'd. Canon 4 in 2. (In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 4, pp. 350-353.) No. 106 in M.220.9.4

I heard a voice from heaven. Motet. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Hullah. The Singer's library. Pp. 93-9S.)

No. 19 in M.157.3

Imperial Rome. Catch [for 3 voices], (/n Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 308, 309.) No. 95 in M.220.9.4

In all her steps. Catch [for 3 voices]. (/« Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 5, p. 74.) No. 20 in M.220.9.5

In awful pause. [Glee, t. t. t. b. b.] Boston. Schmidt. [1895?]

No. 56 in M.392.3
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

In the lonely vale. Glee. (In The Apollo. Vol. 7, pp. 528-
S3S.) No. 12 in M. 1393.18.7

Also to be found in Boosey's Standard English glees; Novello's Glee-
hive.

Inter calices. [Glee, a. t. b. London. 1799.]

No. 14 in M.220./I

An Israelite there was. Round [for 3 voices]. (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 4, p. 105.) No. 36 in M.220.9.4

It was a fryar. Glee [s. s. B.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 6, pp.
448-453.) No. II in M.i3ga.i8.5

Also to be found in Boosey's Standai d English glees ; Novello's Glee-
hive; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees.

Lone dweller of the rock. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In The Har-
monist. Vol. 5, pp. 26-32.) No. gin M.218.8.S

The Lord hear thee. Canon, 4 in 2. (In Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 304-307.) No. 94 in M.220.9.4

The Lord himself. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In
Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2, pp.
123-127.) No. 32 in M.iii.4.2

The Lord of Falkenstein. [Glee, s. a. b.] London. Birchall.
[179-?] No. 5 in M.220.4

Lordly gallants. Glee [t. t. b.]. (/n The Harmonist. Vol.
3, pp. 64-67.) No. 17 in M.218.8.3

Also to be found [for s. s. b.] in Boosey's Standard English glees ;
Musical times [Music] ; also [for s. s. a.] in Hills's Vocal trios.

The May fly. Glee [s. a. b.]. (In Boosey's Standard English



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