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Chopin



Chivot, Henri Charles. (Continued.)

Le Docteur Purgandi. Operette bouffe. Paroles de H.
Chivot et A. Duru. Musique de Victor Robillard.

No. I in M.307.24

La dormeuse eveillee. Opera comique de Chivot et Duru.

Musique de Ed. Audran. M.255.11

La fille a Cacolet. Vaudeville-operette de H. Chivot & A.

Duru. Musique de E. Audran. No. 2 in M.2S5.27

La fille du tambour major. Opera-comique de A. Duru et

H. Chivot. Musique de J. Offenbach. M.267.36

Fleur-de-the. Opera-bouffe. Paroles de MM. Alfred Duru

et Henri Chivot. Musique de Charles Lecocq.

No. I in M.366.27
Gandolfo. Operette. Paroles de Chivot et Duru. Musique
de Charles Lecocq. No. 3 in M.366.22

Gillette de Narbonne. Opera comique de Chivot et Duru.
Musique de Ed. Audran. M.2S5.19

Le Grand Mogol. Opera-bouffe de Chivot et Duru. Mu-
sique de Ed. Audran. M.2S5.20
L'ile de Tulipatan. Opera bouffe. Paroles de Henri Chivot
& Alfred Duru. Musique de J. Offenbach.

No. 2 in M. 267.34; etc.

Madame Favart. Opera-comique de A. Duru & H. Chivot.

Musique de J. Offenbach. M.277.10

Le Marechal Chaudron. Opera-comique de H. Chivot, J.

Gascogne & G. Rolle. Musique de P. Lacome. M.402.32

La Mascotte. Opera-comique de Chivot et Duru. Musique

de Ed. Audran. M.255.16

La mere des compagnons. Opera-bouffe de Chivot et Duru.

Musique d'Herve [pseud.]. No. 2 in M.276.33

Les noces d'Olivette. Opera-comique de A. Duru et H.

Chivot. Musique de E. Audran. No. 2 in M.255.13; etc.

L'oiseau bleu. Opera comique de Duru & Chivot. Musique

de Ch. Lecocq. M.296.2S

Paul Jones. See his Surcouf.

Le pays de I'or. Piece a grand spectacle de Henri Chivot &

Albert Vanloo. Musique de Leon Vasseur. M.325.27

Pepita. See his La princesse des Canaries.

La petite fronde. Opera comique de A. Duru et H. Chivot.

Musique de E. Audran. M.255.24

Les pommes d'or. Operette feerie de Chivot, Duru & Blon-

deau-Monreal. Musique de E. Audran. M.25S.12

Le pompon. Opera-comique. Paroles de H. Chivot & A.

Duru. Musique de Charles Lecocq. M.295.30

La princesse des Canaries. Opera bouffe de Chivot et Duru.

Musique de Ch. Lecocq. M.306.7

Same. Pepita. Comic opera . . . Adapted from the French

of Chivot & Duru by Mostyn Tedde. Music by Ch. Lecocq.

M.306.1
Le Rajah de Mysore. Operette bouffe. Paroles de A. Duru
et H. Chivot. Musique de Charles Lecocq.

No. I in M.296.24
La souris blanche. Operette de Chivot et Duru. Musique
de Leon Vasseur & de Thuisy. M.395.74

Surcouf. Opera-comique. Paroles de H. Chivot & A. Duru.
Musique de Robert Planquette. M.287.28

Same. Paul Jones. Opera comique. Written [after H.
Chivot and A. Duru] by H. B. Farnie. Composed by
Robert Planquette. M.287.34

Le voyage de Suzette. Operette a grand spectacle. De A.
Duru & H. Chivot. Musique de Leon Vasseur. M.325.22
Zilda (conte des Mille et une nuits). Opera comique. Pa-
roles de MM. de S'. Georges & Chivot. Musique de F. de
Flotow. M.364.30

Chloe. Part-song. Cowen. Six part-songs. No. i in M. 157. 25
Chloe. Song. Vaucorbeil. Melodies. M.213.25

Chloe found Amyntas. Part-song. Pring, J. C.

No. 12 in M.220.g.5
Chloe new mary'd. Canon [3 in i]. {In Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 2, p. 337.) No. loi in M.220.g.2

Chloe, the wonder of her sex. Part-song. Smith, J. S.

No. loi in M.220.I0

Chloe yielded. Catch a 3 voci. (Jn Warren. Collection of

catches. Vol. i, p. 109.) No. 109 in M.220.9.1



Chocas, J.

Un futur sur le gril. Operette. . Paroles de J. Chocas & Ed.
Legentil. Musique de Germain Laurens. No. i in M.393.34
Choeur a la liberte. Part-song. Gossec. M.380.14

Choeur d'enfants. Duet. Berlioz, H. L. 33 melodies.

No. 30 in M.26S.8
Choeur de chasseurs. Part-song. Laurent de Rille.

No. 14 in M.391.28.2
Choeur de Marie, Le. Trio. Panseron. Mois de Marie.

No. 23 in M. 260.12
Choeur des etoiles. Chorus. Weckerlin. Choeurs. M.157.12
Choeur des pasteurs. Chorus. Georges. Melodies. M.245.16
Choeur des soldats. Part-song. Gounod. No. 9 in M.130.7

Choice ayres, songs, & dialogues. Playford, J., editor. M.380.43
Choice of Hercules, The. (Die Wahl des Herakles.) Cantata.

For the Music see Handel. Werke. Lieferung 18.
Choicest work of this creation. Glee. Wellesley. G. C. Glees
and madrigals. No. 3 in M.236.23

Choir, The, a [weekly] journal of music, literature and art.
Vol. 1-18. [London. i86.-^-74.] 18 v. in 15. M.174.1

Volumes i-8 have the title The Choir and Musical Record. This period-
ical was in 1879 incorporated with The Saturday Musical Review.
Choir invisible. The. Carol. Warren, John C. No. 24 in M. 158.20
Choirmaster, The. See Musician, The, Organist, and Choir-
master.
Choirs.

Baker, R. H., compiler. The organist & choirmaster's diary,
1897. London. [1896.] M.375.7

Contains blank forms for various records.

Bridge, F. A. A brief history of Mr. Henry Leslie's choir.

London. [1880.] No. 3 in M.128.36

Hastings, T. The history of forty choirs. New York. 1854.

M.109.34
Choir-singing.

Fetis, F. J. A treatise on choir and chorus singing. Trans-
lated into English by the Rev. Thomas Helmore, M.A.
London. 1854. No. 2 in M.112.20

Van der Stucken, F. V. Male chorus singing. Illus. Por-
trait. Plate. {In The music of the modern world . . .
Vol. I, pp. 125-127. New York. [1895.]) M.14.1.1

Choix, Le, d'une amie. Opera. For the Music and Libretto
see Bourges.

Choi de Clercy, .

Le loup et I'agneau. Opera-comique. Paroles de MM. Choi
de Clercy et Hippolyte Messant. Musique de Frederic
Barbier. 11.255.36

Choler, Adolphe.

Les fiances de Rosa. Opera comique de M. A. Choler. Mu-
sique de Mnie Clemence Valgrand [pseud.].

No. I in M.324.33
Six demoiselles a marier, opera bouffe, paroles de MM. E.
Jaime fils et Choler. Musique de Leo Delibes.

No. 2 in M.368.3I
Chomet, Antoine Joseph.

The influence of music on health and life. Translated by
Laura A. Flint. New York. Putnam. 1875. M.iogb.g

Chomet, Hector. See Chomet, Antoine Joseph.
Chonchette. Opera. For the Music see Terrasse. For the

Libretto see Caillavet.
Chop, Max.

Vademecum fiir Wagnerfreunde. Fiihrer durch Richard

Wagner's Tondramen (mit iiber 400 Notenbeispielen).

Leipzig. Rossberg. 1893. M.148.23

Zeitgenossische Tondichter. Studien und Skizzen von M.

Charles [Pseud.]. Neue Folge. Leipzig. Rossberg. 1890.

M.207.8

Contents. — Bruch. — Bargiel. — R. Franz. — F. Lachner. — Ness-
ler. — Rheinberger. — F. X. Witt. — Verdi. — Saint-Saens. —
Gounod. — Tschaikowsky. — Wilhelmj. — G. Laska.
Chopin, Frederic Frangois.

Friedrich Chopin's Werke. Herausgegeben von Woldemar
Bargiel, Johannes Brahms, August Franchomme, Franz
Liszt, Carl Reinecke, Ernst Rudorff. Leipzig. Breitkopf
& Hartel. [1878.] 14 v. in 6. Portrait. M.316.2

Contents. — Fiir das Pianoforte. Band 1. Balladen. No. i. Op. 2^. —
No. 2. Op. 38. — No. 3. Op. 47. — No. 4. Op. 52. Band 2. Etuden i-:2.



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Chopin, Frederic Frangois. (Continued.)

Op. 10. — 13-24. Op. 2S. — 25. F moll. — 26. As dur. — 27. Des dur.
Band 3. Mazurkas. No. 1-4. Op. 6. — No. 5-9. Op. 7. — No. 10-13.
Op. 17. — No. 14-17. Op. 24. — No. 18-21. Op- 30. — No. 22-25. Op.
33. — No. 26-29. Op. 41. — No. 30-32. Op. so- — No. 33-35. Op. 56.

— No. 36-38. Op. 59. — No. 39-41. Op. 63. — No. 42. (Notre temps
No. 2.) A moll. Band 4. Notturnos. 1-3. Op. 9. — 4-6- Op. 15. —
7, 8. Op. 27. — 9, 10. Op. 32. — II, 12. Op. 37- — 13. 14. Op. 48. — 15,
16. Op. 55. — 17, 18. Op. 62. Band 5- Polonaisen. 1-2. Op. 26. —
3, 4. Op. 40. — 5. Op. 44. — 6. Op. 53- — 7- Polonaise-Phantasie.
Op. 61. Band 6. Praeludien. 1-24. Op. 28. — 25. Op. 45. Band 7,
Abth. I. Rondos, i. Op. i. — 2. Rondo a la Mazur. Op. 5. — 3-
Op. 16; Abth. 2. Scherzos. No. i. Op. 20. — No. 2. Op. 31. — No. 3.
Op. 39. — No. 4. Op. 54. Band 8. Sonaten. No. i. [Zweites Sonata.]
Op. 35. — 2. [Drittes.] Op. 58. Band 9. VValzer. i. Grosser brillanter
Walzer. Op. 18. — 2-4. Brillante Walzer. Op. 34. — 5- Op. 42. —
6-8. Op. 64. Band 10. Verschiedene Werke. i. Brillante Variationen.
Op. 12. — 2. Bolero. Op. 10. — 3, 4. Impromptus. No. I. Op. 29; No. 2.
Op. 36. — 5. Tarantelle. Op. 43- — 6- Concert-Allegro. Op. 46. —
7. Phantasie. Op. 49. — 8. Allegro vivace. Drittes Impromptu. Op. 51.

— 9. Berceuse. Op. 57. — 10. Barcarole. Op. 60. — 11. Variationen
iiber den Marsch aus ,J. Puritani" von Bellini [componirt fiir das
Hexameron]. Band li. Fiir Pianoforte und Saiteninstrumente. i. Trio
fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 8. — 2-4. Fiir Pianoforte
und Violoncell : Introduction und brillante Polonaise. Op. 3 ; Sonate,
Op. 65; Grosses Duo concertant fmit Franchomme). Band 12. Con-
certe iind Concertstiicke fiir Pianoforte mit Orchester. Partitur. i. La
ci darem la mano. Op. 2. — 2. Grosses Concert. Op. 11, E moll. —
3. Grosse Phantasie. Op. 13, A dur. — 4. Krakowiak. Grosses Concert-
Rondo. Op. 14. — 5. Zweites Concert. Op. 21, F moll. — 6. Grosse
brillante Polonaise. Op. 22. Band 13- Nachgelassene Werke fiir das
Pianoforte, Abth. i. No. 1-14. Mazurkas: i. G. dur. — 2. B dur. —
3-5. Op. 68. — 6. D dur. — 7. Dieselbe umgearbeitet. — 8. C dur. —
9-12. Op. 67. — 13. A moll a Gaillard. — 14- Op. 68. No. 4. — No.
15-19. Polonaisen: 15. Gis moll. — 16. B moll. — 17-19. Op. 71. —
20-26. Walzer: 20. Op. 69, No. 2. — 21. Op. 70, No. 3. — 22.
E dur. — 23. Op. 70, No. I. — 24. Op. 69, No. I. — 25. Op. 70, No. 2.

— 26. E moll ; Abth. 2. 27-29. Ecossaisen. Op. 72, No. 3, 4, 5. —
30. Phantasie-Impromptu. Op. 66. — 31. Notturno. Op. 72, No. i. —
32. Sonate. Op. 4. — 33- Trauermarsch. Op 72, No. 2. — 34. Varia-
tionen (Schweizer bub). — 35. Rondo. Op. 73. Fiir zwei Pianoforte.
Band 14. Lieder fur eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte.
(Nachgelassene Werke.) No. i. Madchens Wunsch, Zyczenie. —
No. 2. Der Fruhling, Wiosna. — No. 3. Triibe Wellen, Smutna Rzeka.

— No. 4. Bacchanal, Hulanka. — No. 5. Was ein junges Madchen
liebt, Gdzie lubi. — No. 6. Mir aus den Blicken, Precz z moich oczu.

— No. 7. Der Bote, Posel. — No, 8. Mein Geliebter, Sliczny chlopiec.

— No. 9. Eine Melodic, Melodya. — No. 10. Der Reitersmann vor der
Schlacht, Wojak. — No. 11. Zwei Leichen, Dwojaki koniec. — No. 12.
Meine Freuden, Moya Piesczotka. — No. 13. Melancholic, Niema czego
trzeba. — No. 14. Das Ringlein, Pierscien. — No. 15. Die Heimkehr,
Narzeczony. — No. 16. Lithauisches Lied, Piosnka litewska. — No. 17.
Polen's Grabgesang, Spiew grobowy.

CEuvres completes [pour piano]. Paris. Schonenberger.
[185-?] 4 V. [Bibliotheque classique des pianistes.]

M.354.6
Contents. — Vol. I. Op. i. Rondo en ut mineur. — Op. 2. La ci darem
la mano. — Op. 3. Premiere polonaise. — Op. 5. Rondo. — Op. 6.
Cinq mazurkas. — Op. 7. Quatre mazurkas. — . Op. 9. Trois nocturnes.

— Op. IX. ler concerto en mi mineur. — Op. 13. Fantaisie. — Op.
14. Krakowiak. Vol. 2. Op. 15. Trois nocturnes. — Op. 16. Rondo
en mi be-mol. — Op. 17. Quatre mazurkas. — Op. 18. Grande valse.

— Op. 19. Bolero. — Op. 20. Premier scherzo. — Op. 21. 2er con-
certo en fa. — Op. 22. Grande polonaise. — Op. 23. Ballade. — Op.
24. Quatre mazurkas. — Op. 26. Deux polonaises. — Op. 27. Deux
nocturnes. — Op. 29. Premier impromptu. — Op. 30. Quatre mazurkas.
Vol. 3. Op. 31. 2e scherzo. — Op. 32. Deux nocturnes. — Op. 33.
Quatre mazurkas. — Op. 34. Trois valses. — Op. 35. Sonate en si
bemol. — Op. 36. 2e impromptu. — Op, 37. Deux nocturnes. — Op.
38. 2e ballade. — Op. 39. 3e scherzo. — Op. 40. Deux polonaises. —
Op. 41. Quatre mazurkas. — Op. 42. Grande valse. — Op. 43. Taren-
telle. — Op. 44. Polonaise. — (Dp. 46. Allegro de concerto. — - Op. 47.
3e ballade. — Op. 48. Deux nocturnes. — Op. 49. Fantaisie. Vol. 4.
Op. 50. Trois mazurkas. — Op. 51. 36 impromptu. — Op. 52. Quatre
mazurkas. — Op. 53. 8e polonaise. — Op. 54. 4e scherzo. — Op. 55.
Deu-x nocturnes. — Op. 56. Trois mazurkas. — Op. 57. La berceuse.

— Op. 58. Gr. sonate en si min. — Op. 59. Trois mazurkas. — Op.
60. Barcarolle. — Op. 61. Polonaise. — Op. 62. Deux nocturnes. —
Op. 63. Trois mazurkas. — Op. 64. Trois valses.

Chopin-Suite fiir Orchester in 7 Satzen vorzutragen mit der
F-moIl-Stude am Klavier (d. h. zu jedem Satze der Suite
wird die fitude gespielt). Componirt von V. J. Hlavac.
Partitur. Berlin. Simon. [i88-?l No. 4 in M.312.1

Concert-Allegro. Op. 46. Fiir Pianoforte mit Orchester
bearbeitet von Jean Louis Nicode. Partitur. Leipzig.
Breitkopf & Hiirtel. [1880.] No. 3 in M.336.6

Concerto, Grand (mi-mineur), pour pianoforte avec accomp.
d'orchestre. Op. II. Partition. Leipzig. Kistner. [186-?]

No. I in M.346.46

Same. Concert, Grosses, in E moll, fiir Clavier und Orches-
ter. Op. II. Bearbeit von Carl Tausi.g. Partitur. Berlin.
Ries & Erler. [188-?] No. s in M.332.7



Chopin, Frederic Francois. (Continued.)

Concerto, Second, pour le pianoforte avec accomp. de I'or-
chestre. Op. 21. Partition. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Har-
tel. [18s-?] M.34647

Same. Concert, Second, op. 21, avec un nouvel accom-
pagnement d'orchestre d'apres la partition originate par
Karl Klindworth. Partition. Moscou. Jiirgenson. [1878.]

M.40S.8

I3tes Praeludium aus Op. 28. Transcription fiir Sopran-
Solo und Frauenchor, mit Violine, Violoncell, Orgel oder
Harmonium und Pianoforte, von Carl Mikuli. Partitur
und Stimmen. Leipzig. Kistner. [187-?] No. 3 in M.391.3S

Grande fantaisie sur des airs polonais pour piano. Op. 13.
Instrumentee par B. Safonoff. Partition d'orchestre.
Hamburg. Rahter. [187-?] No. S in M.334.1

Nocturne. Es dur. Op. 9, No. 2. Fiir Orchester bearbeitet
von Karl Miiller-Berghaus. [Partitur.] Berlin. Ries &
Erler. [187-?] No. 3 in M.332.7

Ring out, wild bells. Transcription [for t. t. b. b., with
accomp. for pianoforte] by Max Vogrich. New York.
Schirmer. [1887.] No. 4 in M.sga.aS

17 polnische Lieder . . . fiir eine Singstimme, mit Beglei-
tung des Pianoforte. Ausg. f. Sopran od. Tenor. Berlin.
Schlesinger. [186-?] No. 2 in M.157.37

Contents. — Madchens Wunsch. — Fruhling. — Triibe Wellen. —
Bacchanal. — Was ein junges Madchen liebt. — Mir aus den Augen.

— Der Bote. — Mein Geliebter. — Eine Melodic. — Der Reitersmann
vor der Schlacht. — Zwei Leichen. — Meine Freuden. — Melancholic.

— Das Ringlein. — Die Heimkehr. — Lithauisches Lied. — Polen's
Grabgesang.

Trauermarsch aus der Sonate, Op. 35. Arrangement fiir
Orchester. Neue Ausgabe. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf
& Hartel. [1885?] No. 4 in M.332.7

Chopin, Frederic Francois. Works about.

AuDLEY, A. Frederic Chopin: sa vie et ses oeuvres. Paris.
1880. M.118.21

Barbedette, H. Chopin. Essai de critique musicale. Paris.
1861. No. 3 in M.372.19

fiN.\ULT, L. Frederic Chopin. 3e edition. Paris. 1861.

No. 5 in M.128.31

Essay, An, on the works of Frederic Chopin. London.
Wessel & Stapleton. [1S43?] No. 2 in M.127.1

FiNCK, H. T. (Zhopin and other musical essays. London.
1889. M.I 26.35

Karasowski, M. Frederic Chopin: his life, lettei-s, and
works. Translated by Emily Hill. London. 1879. Por-
trait. M.i49a.23

Kleczynski, J. The works of Frederic Chopin, and their
proper interpretation. Translated by Alfred Whitting-
ham. London. [188-?] M.108.26

Liszt, F. F. Chopin. Paris. 1852. M.143.8

Same. The life of Chopin. Translated from the

French by Martha Walker Cook. 2d edition. Philadel-
phia. 1863. M.i09b.4i

Merkel, J. Fred. Chopin. Klavierkonzert in E-moll. Op.
II. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 12 in M.217.12.S

Neumann, W. Friedrich Franz Chopin. Eine Biographie.
Cassel. 1855. No. 2 in M.20S.17

Niecks, F. Frederick Chopin as a man and musician. Lon-
don. 1888. 2 V. Portrait. Facsimile. M.114.5

Reuss, E. Friedrich Chopin. Klavierkonzert in F moll
(Op. 21). Erlautert. Berlin. [1904.] No. 18 in M. 217. 12.10

WiLLEBY, C. Frederic Frangois Chopin. London. 1892.
Portrait. M.i49a.u

WoDziNSKi, A. Les trois romans de Frederic Chopin. Paris.

1886. Facsimile. M.127.2S

Chopin. Opera. For the Music see Orefice. For the Libretto

see Orvieto.
Choquart, Adolphe.

Cantate. Musique de Mr. Eugene Prtivost. No. 2 in M.391.34

Le talisman. Opera comique de Varin [pseud.] et Choquart.

Musique de J. M. Josse. M.391.16

Chor der Engel. Part-song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie

17. M.317.1.17

Chor der Nymphen im Rheine. Part-song. Goebel. Drei

Lieder. No. 4 in M.I57.IS

Chor der Phaaken. Part-song. Kaessmayer. No. 3 in M.270.59



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Chor der Rache, Der. Part-song. Genee. No. 28 in M.392.9

Choral et variations. For harp and orchestra. Widor. M.404.100
Choral fantasia, The. Cantata. For the Music see Beethoven.

For the Libretto see Kuffner.
Choral Harmonists, London.

[Programmes. 6th-i2th season. London. 1837-44.] 14.104.12
Choral societies.

KiLBURN, N. How to manage a choral society. 2d edition,

enlarged. London. [189-?] No. 2 in M.208.13

Krehbiel, H. E. Notes on the cultivation of choral music,

and the Oratorio Society of New York. New York. 1884.

M.101.3
PoiRSON, C. Guide-manuel de I'orpheoniste. Paris. 1868.

No. I in M.208.12
Thys, a. Les societes chorales en Belgique. 2e edition.
Gand. 1861. M.122.17

Choral Society, The: a collection of part-songs, glees, cho-
ruses, &c. Edited by Michael Watson. No. 1-4,';. Lon-
don. Jefferys. [187-?] 45 parts in i v. No. 1-45 in M.121.3
Choral songs for school and home. Part-songs. Jackson, R.

M.ioS.ig
Chor^, Der, von Leuthen. Part-song. Liebe, E. L.

No. 6 in M.392.16

Choral varie. For saxophone. Indy, P. M. V. d'. No. i in M.406.51

Choralis Constantinus. Anthems. Isaac. M.4i4.g

Choralist, The: a collection of original and popular part songs.

London. Boosey & Co. [186-?] 2 v. M.157.5

Same. Qth series. No. 10^21 in M.157.10

Many numbers were arranged and edited by W. H. Birch.

Contents. — 1. Mercadante: Sweet, sweet is the hour of rest. — Weber:

Prayer from Der Freischutz. — Comin' through the rye. — Himmel :

The battle prayer. — Donizetti : O April night. — Auld lang syne. —

Linley : The brave old land. — Oberthur: The nun's prayer. — Ye

banks and braes. — Home, sweet home. — Balfc: The power of love.

— Verdi : Fair shines the moon to-night. — Native land, my native
land. — Shield: Old Towler. — Stirling: The smile. — Whitmore:
Isle of beauty, fare-thee-well ! — Miiller: May. — Curschman : Ad-
vent of spring. — Mozart : Moon, thou art gently rising. — Rossini :
To Thee our God we call. — Rossini : We are singers, singing blithely.

— Moore: The last rose of summer. — Rule Britannia. — God save
the queen. — Marschner: German serenade. — Fischer: The wan-
derer. — Mauver: Praise of song. — Girschner : Good night I —
Kreutzer: What beams so bright? — Otto: Must I then part from
thee? — ZoUner: The miller's song. — Schaffer: The maiden's lament.

— Chwatal: Lovely night! — Kreutzer: The Sabbath day. — Eisen-
hofer : Serenade. — Lorenz : Chase away, dear one! — Round the
hearth. — Sweeter than the breath of summer. — Forth to the battle.

— Hark! the lads and lasses merry. — Sleep, my darling! ^ From his
cave in Snowdon's mountains. — The harp of the minstrel is silent to-
night. — Over hill and plain. — Sheath the sword. — Lo! the gladsome
day is breaking. — The sun smiles in beauty. — Far down in yonder
Vale. 2. Stirling : A wet sheet and a flowing sea. — Watson : Flow,
softly flow, thou murm'ring stream. — Beautiful star, in heav'n so
bright. — Softly falls the moonlight. — Silver moonlight winds are
blowing. — Congreve : Never give up! — Congreve : Away to the
woods. — Bellini: Chorus of Druids. — Donizetti: Ne'er of sadness
nor sorrow be dreaming. — Purcell: Come if you dare! — Moore: A
Canadian boat song. — Bellini : When daylight's going.

For the remaining contents see Boosey's Part-song miscellany.

Chorals.

Bach, J. S. O Lord! Chorale. [4 voices with accomp. for
organ.] M.384.28

Bennett, W. S., editor. The chorale book for England: a
hymn-book for public and private worship, in accordance
with the services and festivals of the Church of England.
Edited by W. S. Bennett and Otto Goldschmidt. M.148.2

Haupt. Choralbuch zum hauslichen Gebrauch. Enthaltend
109 Choral-Melodieen, mit Text, einfach 4stimmig und
leicht ausfiihrbar fiir Clavier, Orgel . . . und Gesang bear-
beitet. M.157.9

Old Hundredth. (Psalm.) [With one consent, let all the
earth ... 4 voices with accomp. for organ.] M.384.28

Thomas, G. A. Sechs Chorale mit Vor- und Zwischenspielen
zum kirchlichen Gebrauche fi.ir die Orgel.

No. 14 in M.312.48
Chord, The. A quarterly devoted to music. No. 1-5. London.
Sign of the Unicorn. 1899-1900. 5 v. Plates. M.185.2

Choreligio, Chevalier, pseud.

Bibliography of Wagner's Leit-Motives and prekides, with
commentaries on Lohengrin and Parsifal. London.
Waterlow & Layton. [188-?] No. 5 in M.370.71

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Chorgesang. See Centralblatt fUr Instrumentalmusik, Solo-

u. Chorgesang.
Chorister life. Reminiscences. Tudor. No. 2 in M.128.33

Chorister's album. No. 1-22. London. Hutchings & Romer.
[185-?] 21 parts in I v. No. 1-21 in M.I57.23

Contents. ■ — Wallace; The winds that waft. — Balfe: Pealing chimes.
— ■ Wallace: Merrily over the sea. — Gounod: There is a tinkling
stream. — Wass: 'Tis pleasant to lead a sylvan life. — Walstein:
Pull away merrily. — Bishop; Sleep, gentle lady. — Bishop: Hark!
'tis the Indian drum. — Romer; Hail to Thee, Jfesus of Nazareth. —
Guernsey : 'Twas in the May month. — Hay ; Were I the nightingale.

— Lawrence; Music when soft voices die. — Prentice; A blithe old
carle is Christmas. — Prentice: Ye little birds. — Pinsuti : In this
hour of softened splendour. — Allen: I love my love in the morning.

— Hatton: Around the may-pole tripping. — Wass: Gentle as a
zephyr. — Wass ; To all, good night. — Gabriel : A carol round the
fireside. — Randegger: Silvery Christmas bells.

Choristers.

Millard, J. E. Historical notices of the office of choristers.
London. 1848. M.i2ga.iS

Chorley, Henry Fothergill.

The amber witch, romantic opera. Composed by W. V.
Wallace. M.294.11

Autobiography, memoir, letters. Compiled by H. G. Hew-
lett. London. Bentley. 1873. 2 v. Portrait. M.108.7

The birthday, an English scene, the music by Lindsay
Sloper. M.280.60

The bride of Neath Valley, a Welsh scene, the music by
John Thomas. M.280.61

Holyrood: a cantata. The words by Henry F. Chorley. The
music by Henry Leslie. London. Addison, Hollier &
Lucas. [186-?] No. 2 in M.37S.r

Words only.

Same. A cantata, set to music by Henry Leslie.

No. I in M.3gi.49

Kenilworth, a masque of the days of Queen Elizabeth.
Music by Arthur S. Sullivan. No. 2 in M.391.59

The legend of St. Cecilia, a cantata, the music by Jules Bene-
dict. M.154.25

The may-queen; a pastoral cantata, composed by William
Sterndale Bennett. M.154.28

Modern German music. Recollections and criticisms. Lon-
don. Smith, Elder & Co. 1854. 2 v. in i. M.107.9

Music and manners in France and Germany. London.
Longmans. 1844. 3 v. M. 107.10

The national music of the world. Edited by Henry G. Hew-
lett. London. Low. 1880. M. 128.5

A prodigy. A tale of music. By the author of "Modern
German music," &c. London. Chapman & Hall. 1866.
3 V. M.107.11

Thirty years' musical recollections. London. Hurst &
Blackett. 1862. 2 v. 2 portraits. M.107.8

Chorley, Henry Fothergill, translator.

Barbier, p. J. Faust. No. 6 in M.373.44

Berlioz, L. H. The Holy family (L'enfance du Christ).

M.265.9

Gluck, C. W. Armida. M.272.41

Orpheus. M. 272.40

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Son and stranger.

M.273.36; etc.

Meyerbeer. L'etoile du nord. M.367.24

Chorley, Henry Fothergill. Works about.

Linley, G. Musical cynics of London, a satire (sketch the
first) [on H. F. Chorley]. London. 1862. No. i in M.148.7
Choron, Alexandre fitienne.

Dictionnaire historique des musiciens. Par Al. Choron et F.
FayoUe. Paris. Valade. 1810. 2 v. M. 145.23

Lucis Creator. Hymn. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello.
Convent music. Vol. 2, p. 87.) No. 27 in M.260.17.2

Principes de composition des ecoles italiennes. Paris. Le
Due & cie. [1808.] 3 V. M.237.16

Choron, Alexandre fitienne. Works about.

Elwart, a. a. £. Duprez. Sa vie artistique. Avec une



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