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Mes petits concerts. [Poemes.]



Paris. Lemerre.



1892.
M.I 98.5

etc., most of



This collection consists of libretti of cantatas, choruses,
which have been set to music by Parisian composers.

Le miracle de Nairn. Drame sacre. Musique de H. Mare-
chal. No. 2 in M.247.22
La naissance de Venus. Scene mythologique. Musique de
Gabriel Faure. No. i in M.213.10
Narcissus. An antique idyl, [music] by J. Massenet.

No. 2 in M.257.5
Une noce au village. [Pastorale.] Musique de Arthur
Coquard. No. 2 in M.3gs.ig

Pandore. Scene lyrique. Musique de G. Pierne.

No. 2 in M. 213.4

La ronde des songes, scene fantastique. Musique par C. de

Grandval. No. 2 in M.iss.14

Tobie. Mystere en quatre episodes. Musique de Ch. Silver.

No. 2 in M.240.10

Ulysse & les Sirenes. Scene antique. Musique de Paul

Puget. No. 2 in M.297.18

Zaire. Opera. Musique de Charles Lefebvre. M.306.9

Collin, Paul, editor.

Mascagni. Amica. M.383.27

Collin, Paul, translator.

Lefebvre, C. £. Hymne. Prono volutus impetu.

No. I in M.384.3S
Collina, Giuseppe.

Delia musica. Ragionamento . . . Bologna . . . 1817. Parma.
Stamperia ducale. 1817. No. 4 in M.370.10

CoUinet, Clara.

Le fauteuil de mon oncle. Operette en i acte. Paroles de
Rene de Rovigo. Musique de Clara Collinet. Partition
chant et piano. Paris. Bertin. [1859.] No. s in M.28S.23
Collins, John.

[The brush.] Fourteen comic, convivial, and sentimental
songs. Music by W. Reeve. No. 7 in M.391.54

The chapter of kings. A celebrated historical song. [t.
vrith accomp. for piano and violin, or flute or guitar.
London.] Longman & Broderip. [179-?] No. 4 in M.384.48
The golden days of good Queen Bess. A favorite song [s..
with pianoforte accomp.]. London. Thompson. [178-?]

No. 13 in M.384.48
Collins, William.

Collins's Ode on the passions, set to music [by Benjamin

Cooke]. No. I in M.380.6

The passions. Set to music by Alice Mary Smith (Mrs.

Meadows White). No. i in M.204.32

Colman, George, the Younger. 1762-1836.

[The gnome-king!] The whole of the music in The gnome-
king! A dramatic legend. No. 2 in M.396.8
Inkle and Yarico. A comic opera . . . The musick com-
posed by D"". Arnold. No. 3 in M.130.1
The iron chest. Opera, composed by Stephen Storace.

No. 2 in M. 225. 38; etc.

[The law of Java.] The music ... to The law of Java.

Composed by Henry R. Bishop. No. i in M.391.7

The mountaineers . . . the music selected and composed by

Dr. Arnold. No. 3 in M.320.1

The surrender of Calais, . . . written by George Colman,

Esq. Jun^ the music by Dr. Arnold. No. 3 in M.30.24

Turk, and no Turk. A comic opera . . . Composed by Dr.

Arnold. No. i in M.220.17

Two to one; a comic opera . . . Composed by Dr. Arnold.

No. 3 in M.220.17
Colman, Henry S.

Mass for 4 voices. With an accomp. for the organ. New
York. Pond & Co. 1856. No. 3 in M.191.3

Colomb, Josephine Blanche.

The Beatitudes. An oratorio. Music by Cesar Franck.

M.393.75

Same. Les Beatitudes (Die Seligkeiten). Musique de Cesar

Franck. M.2S6.13

Colomb, L. Casimir.

La musique. Paris. Hachette & cie. 1878. lUus. [Biblio-

theque des merveilles.] M.198.6



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Colomba. Opera. For the Music see Mackenzie, A. For the

Libretto see Hueffer.
Colombat, Marc.

Traite de tous les vices de la parole at en particulier du
begaiement. 3e edition, augmentee. Paris. Labe. 1843.
2 V. in I. Plates. M.207.11

A treatise upon the diseases and hygiene of the organs of
the voice. Translated by J. F. W. Lane. 2d edition. Bos-
ton. Redding & Co. 1857. M.iogb.zz
Colombe, La. Opera. For the Music see Gounod. For the

Libretto see Barbier.
Colombe, La. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2.

M.327.4.2
Colombe retrouvee. La. Air. Esch. No. 9 in M.237.7

Colombeau, fidouard Adenis de.

La vision de Dante. Poeme symphonique. Poesie de MM.
Eugene et fidouard Adenis [pseuds.], d'apres La divine
comedie. Musique de Raoul Brunei. M.407.1

Colombeau, Eugene Felix Adenis de.
Acis. Pastorale antique. [Musique de Andre Wormser.]

No. 4 in M.203.39

La belle Sophie. Opera-bouffe. Paroles de P. Burani

[pseud.] & E. Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de Edmond

Missa. M.267.3

La contessina. Opera dei Sigg. de St. Georges, Adenis

[pseud.] e de Lauzieres. Musica del Principe G. Ponia-

towski. M.297.10

La devineresse. Opera-comique. Musique de Th. de La-

jarte. No. i in M. 296.15

La fiancee d'Abydos. Opera. Musique de A. Barthe.

M.2S5.40

La Flamenca. Drame musical de Henri Cain et Eug.-Ed.

Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de Lucien Lambert. M.397.41

La gageure d'Adrienne. Opera-comique. Musique de J.

Duprato. No. 2 in M.305.23

La grand'tante. Opera-comique. Paroles de Jules Adenis

[pseud.] & Ch. Granvallet. Musique de J. Massenet.

No. I in M.389.12
La jolie fille de Perth. Opera de MM. de Saint-Georges &
J. Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de G. Bizet. M. 265.22

Juge et partie. Opera-comique. Musique de Ed. Missa.

No. 2 in M.267.4

La legon de chant. Opera-comique. Musique de Laurent

de Rille. No. 2 in M.307.20

Le legataire universel. Opera bouffe. Poeme de Jules

Adenis [pseud.] et Lionel Bonnemere. Musique de

Georges Pfeiffer. M.393.49

Loreley. Legende-symphonique. Musique de P. & L. Hille-

macher. No. 2 in M.296.16

Le portrait. Opera comique par MM. Laurencin [pseud.]

& Jules Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de Theodore de La-

jarte. No. 2 in M.287.23

Saint-Megrin. Opera-comique. Poeme d'Ernest Dubreuil

et Eugene Adenis [pseud. Musique de] P. [et] L. Hille-

macher. M.276.42

Semiramis. Scene lyrique. Musique de Florent Schmitt.

No. 2 in M.383.35

Sylvie. Opera comique. Paroles de J. Adenis [pseud.] et

J. Rostaing. Musique de E. Guiraud. No. i in M.270.44

Les Templiers. Opera. Poeme de Jules Adenis [pseud.],

Armand Silvestre, & Lionel Bonnemere. Musique de

Henry Litolff. M.306.23

Les trois bossus; farce lyrique de Eugene et fidouard

Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de Edmond Missa.

No. I in M.402.73

Les trois souhaits. Opera-comique. Musique de Ferd.

Poise. No. I in M. 287.37

La vision de Dante. Poeme symphonique. Poesie de MM.

Eugene et fidouard Adenis [pseuds.], d'apres La divine

comedie. Musique de Raoul Brunei. M.407.1

La zingarella. Opera-comique. Paroles de J. Adenis

[pseud.] & J. Montini. Musique de Joseph O'Kelly.

No. 3 in M. 277. 15
Colombes, Les. Song. Choudens, A. Vingt melodies.

No. 2 in M.285.14



Colombine. For orchestra. Delahaye, L. L. No. 2 in M.312.26
Colombine. Opera. For the Music see Michiels; also Zois.

For the Libretto see Sarlin; also Buchbinder.
Colombo bianco. Song. Gordigiani. fichos de la Toscane.
Vol.1. No. 29 in M.244.13.1

Colonello, II. Opera. For the Music see Ricci. For the Li-
bretto see Ferretti.
Colonia libera. La. Opera. For the Music see Floridia.
Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1886.

Sullivan A. S. An ode written for the opening of the
Exhibition. Set to music by Arthur Sullivan.

No. 4 in M.204.27
Colonic, La. Opera. For the Music see Sacchini. For the

Libretto see Framery.
Colonna, Giovanni Paolo.
Domine ad adjuvandum, a 5 voci [s. s. a. t. b.], Gloria Patri,
duetto [s. a.], Sicut erat, coro [s. s. a. t. b. Accomp. for
organ, violins, viola, and bass]. (In Novello. The Fitz-
william music. Vol. S, pp. 8-16.) No. 2 in M.233.26.5

Magnificat & Nunc dimittis [in C. Accomp. for organ].
(In Rimbault. Collection of ancient church music. Vol. 2,
pp. 24-42.) No. 2 in M.233.25.2

Paratum cor ejus. [Motet. Accomp. for organ, violins,
violas, and bass.] (In Novello. The Fitzwilliam music.
Vol. 5, pp. 27-29.) No. 6 in M.233.26.5

Psalmi vespertini. Ad ritum ecclesiasticse musicas [sic]
duobus choris et organo concinendi. [Paris. 183-? Col-
lection de chefs-d'oeuvre de musique classique des diverses
ecoles, aux XVIe, XVIIe et XVIIIe siecles.] M.130.5

The title-page is missing.

Coiite<tts. — Dixit Dominus. — Confitebor tibi. — Beatus vir. —
Laudate pueri. — Laudate Dominum. ~ In exitu Israel. — Nisi
Dominus. — Lxtatus sum. — Lauda Jerusalem. — Credidi. — In
convertendo. — Beati omnes.
Tantum ergo. [Motet, s. a. t. b.] (In Lueck. Sammlung
ausgezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche. Band 3,
pp. 149-151.) No. 39 in M.1S8.33.3

Color in music.

Campbell, J. S., Lady. Rainbow-music; or the philosophy

of harmony in colour-grouping. London. 1886. M.208.17

Hughes, F. J. Harmonies of tones and colours, developed

by evolution. [With supplement and additional matter.]

London. 1883-86. M.236.24

Colosse, Le, de Rhodes. Opera. For the Music and Libretto

see Pericaud.
Colosseum, Neiv York-

Description of the Colosseum, Broadway, 35th and 36th

Streets, New York. The largest iron structure in the

world . . . New York. 1874. No. i in M.132.3

Colpa, La, del cuore. O^era. For the Music see Cortesi. For

the Libretto see Berninzone.
Colporteur, Le. Opera. For the Music see Onslow. For the

Libretto see Planard.
Coltellini, Carlo.

Armida, dramma, con musica di V. Righini. M.150.14

Columba. Ballet vmsk. Mackenzie, A. C. M.331.26

Columba. Overture. Mackenzie, A. C. No. i in M.342.16

Columbus. Cantata. For the Music see Becker, C. J.; also

Boenicke; also Draeseke; also Zoellner, H.
Columbus! Cantata. For the Music see Brambach; also
Gadsby; also Hummel, F; also Melamet; also Schroeder,
A. For the Libretto see Zuccalmaglio; also Grist; also
Brachmann; also Keilmann; also Hallervorden.
Columbus. Symphonic poem. Abert. M.345.20

Columbus' letzte Nacht. Cantata. For the Music and Li-
bretto see Sturm, W.
Columbus march and hymn. Part-song. Paine, J. K.

No. 3 in M.204.13
Columbus march and hymn. For pianoforte. Paine, J. K.

No. I in M.391.S2

Columna es immobilis. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. Band 3,

M.8o4oa.66.3

Colville, David.

Summer's call. Part song. London. Colville. [187-?]

No. gin M.158.15



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Come



Colvin, Stephen Sheldon.

Priscilla, or a maid of Brown. Comic opera. Words by S.

S. Colvin, A. E, Thomas, E. W. Blake, Jr. Music by F. L.

C. Keating and Edward W. Corliss. No. 3 in M.397.9

Com' e bello. Song. Donizetti. No. 6 in M.157.39

Com' in piu negre tenebre e piiJ folte. Madrigal. P.alestrina,

Werke. Band 28. M.8o4oa.66.28

Com' io ti son fedele. Romansa. Donizetti. ^Matinees musi-

cales. No. 4inM.236.14

Comala. Cantata. For the Music see Gade. For the Libretto

see Ossian.
Comala. Ofera. For the Music see Stewart, H.
Combarieu, Jules.

Les rapports de la musique at de la poesie considerees au

point de vue de I'expression. Paris. Alcan. 1894. M.207.12

Combat, Le, d'Anacreon centre I'Amour. Cantata. For the

Music see Bourgeois, T. L.
Combes, George.

Here Tyler, Day and Pottle. [Catch for 3 voices.] {In
Warren. Vocal harmony. P. 158.) No. 92 in M.220.10

Combi, Pietro.

Ginevra di Monreale. Dramma in quattro parti di F. de

Boni . . . Musica del Mo. Pietro Combi . . . fRiduzione

per canto e pianoforte.] Milano. Lucca. [1839. Opere

teatrali complete per canto e per piano-forte.] M.140.4

Combien j'ai douce souvenance. Song. Lindp-MNTner.

No. 7 in M.380.22
Come again, sweet love. Madrigal. Dowland, J.

No. 5 in M.23S.7.1; etc.
Come al corso il sole e lento. Cavatina. Paisiello.

No. 8 in M.120.28

Come all. Duet. Purcell, H. No. 16 in M.141.21.1; etc.

Come, all noble souls. Part-song.

Greene, M. No. 52 in M.141.21.1; etc.

Rogers, B. No. i in M. 220.3.2; etc.

Come, Anacreon. Glee. Spofforth. Collection of glees.

No. 30 in M.23S.15

Come, and let us return. Anthem. Goss. No. 13 in M.157.32; etc.

Jackson, W., of Masham. No. i in M.233.29; etc.

Come ashore, come merry mates. Duet. Coperario. M.236.10

Come away, come away. Part-song. Schaeffer, A.

No. 4 in M.205.10.1
Come away, come away. Death. Part-song. Macfarren, G. A.

No. 3$ in M.157.4; etc.
Come away, come away, hecket, hecket. Song. Johnson, R.

M.236.10
Come away, come sweet love. Part-song. Dowland, J. First
set of songs. No. 2 in M.234.2I

Come away, Death. Trio. Brahms. Four trios.

No. 2 in M.2C4.7
Come away. Death. Glee. Webbe, S. No. 9 in M.23S.9.2

Come away! the sunny hours. Trio. Lahee.

No. 16 in M. 244.10.3

Come away to the sands. Song. Balfe. No. 3 in M. 192. 9.1

Come away to the tavern. Catch. Cooke, B. A collection of

glees. No. i in M.220.8

Hilton. No. 163 in M.110.1.2; etc.

Come, bind my brows. Glee. Baildon. A collection of glees.

No. 4 in M.220.7
Come, bind my hair. Glee. Battishill. No. 26 in M.a20.9.2
Come, bounteous May. Glee. Spofforth.

No. 38 in M.157.7; etc.
Come boys, drink and merry be. Part-song. M.'^rschner, H.

No. 4 in M.20S.10.3
Come boys, let's be merry. Catch. Hutchinson, F.

No. 56 in M.220.10

Come, boys, take your parts. Catch. Gregory. The cries of

Durham. No. 16 in M.iio.i.i; etc.

Come, bring with a noise, my merry, merry boys. Glee.

Warren, Joseph. No. 36 in M.IS7.6.3

Come, brother, gaily drink. Part-song. Raff.

No. 7 in M.205.I0.7
Come, buy my cherrys. Catch. Stevenson.

No. IS in M.i3ga.i8.3; etc.
Come, buy my fine wares. Catch. Haves, W.

No. 34 in M.1S7.18.1 ; etc.



Come, celebrate the May. Part-song. Hatton.

No. 22 in M.igs.i.i
Come, Cloris, come. Glee. Taylor, J. B. A set of seven glees.

No. 3 in M.236.21
Come, come, my jolly lads. Glee. Linley, T.

No. 210 in M. 215. 21 ; etc.

Come, Damon, leave thy sadness. [Glee, s. s. B.] {In Bland.

The Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, p. 385.) No. 68 in M.235.17.4

Come, Darby dear, easy, — be easy! Song. Beethoven. Werke.

Serie 24. M.413.1.24

Come, dear Maria. Song. Neukomm, S. No. 49 in M.235.18.3

Come, draw we round a cheerful ring. Song. Beethoven.

Werke. Serie 24. M.413.1.24

Come, drink a bout. Catch. Day, G. No. 198 in M.110.1.3; etc.

Come, drink to me. Catch. Byrd. No. 133 in M.110.1.2; etc.

Come, ever smiling liberty. Part-song. Handel.

No. 22 in M.221.22.2; etc.
Come, fairest nymph. Glee. Wellesley, G. C.

No. 12 in M.23S.11; etc.
Come, fairies, trip it on the grass. Glee. Parry, J.

No. 60 in M.157.20.3
Come, fill, fill, my good fellow. Song. Beethoven. Werke.
Serie 24. M.413.1.24

Come, fill, my boys. Part-song. Calkin.

No. 17 in M.195.1.3; etc.

Come, fill the board. Glee. Atterbury. No. 239 in M. 235. 17.2

Come, fill the goblet. Glee. Jolly. Glees for three and four

voices. No. 3 in M.220.29

Come, fill ye right merrily. Part-song. Stephens, C. E.

No. 31 in M.20S.10.7

Come, follow, follow. Catch. Hilton. No. 27 in M.iio.i.i; etc.

Come follow, follow me. Trio. Hatton. No. 9 in M.244.10.2

Come, follow me. Part-song. Driffield. No. 8 in M.205.10.6

Hayes, W. No. 20 in M.220.3.2; etc.

Hilton. No. 190 in M.110.1.3; etc.

Horsley, W. No. 36 in M. 158.17; etc.

Come, follow me by the smell. Catch. Hayes, W. Catches,

glees and canons. Vol. i. No. i in M.220.5

Come, follow me, fair nymphs. Madrigal. Bateson. First set

of madrigals. No. 2 in M.234.22

Come, follow me merrily. Catch. Nelham.

No. 251 in M.235.17.1 ; etc.
Come, follow me, my lads. Catch. Warren, E. T.

No. 6 in M.220.10
Come, follow me with merry glee. Canon. Bates, W.

No. i2oin M.215.21; etc.
Come forth, O youth. Part-song. Frank, E. No. 4 in M.392.9
Come forth, sweet spirit! Glee. Bishop, H. R. Complete col-
lection of glees. Vol. 2. M.235.1.2
Come, friends and companions. Catch. Berg, G.

No. 18 in M.157.18.1 ; etc.
Come fugace lampo. Duet. Blangini. No. 18 in M.221.20

Come, gentle Harmony. Trio. Rossini. No. 15 in M.244.10.2
Come, gentle loves. Glee. Horsley, W.

No. II in M.234.2.6; etc.
Come, gentle sleep. Trio. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F.

No. IS in M.244.10.1
Come, gentle swains. Madrigal. Cavendish.

No. 39 in M.237.1S; etc.
Come, gentle zephyr. Glee. Horsley, W.

No. 3inM.235.9.3;etc.
Come, hear me. Catch. Blow. No. 4 in M.220.S

Come, heavy sleep. Part-song. Dowland, J.

No. 13a in M.157.4; etc.
Come, here's the good health. Catch. Caesar.

No. 45 in M.iio.i.i ; etc.
Come hither all who wish to buy. Part-song. Auber.

No. 27 in M.235.7.1 ; etc.
Come hither, boy. Catch. Hilton. No. 32 in M.235.17.1; etc.
Come hither, my merry boys. Catch. Worgan, J.

No. 34 in M.220.g.2
Come hither, my pretty maid. Catch. Worgan, J.

No. 30 in M.220.g.2
Come hither, Tom. Catch. Cranford.

No. 64 in M.23S.17.1; etc.



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Come, Holy Ghost. Anthem. Adams, T. No. 2 in M.IS8.13

Attwood. No. 8 in M.190.1 ; etc.

Elvey G J No. 8 in M.I95.2.I4

Hatto'n. No. 14 in M.i95.2-io

Jordan, J. No. 38 in M.158.17

Come, Holy Ghost; Creator, come. Anthem. Dowland, J.

No. i7inM.i75.i;6

Come, Holy Spirit. Motet. Warren, G. W.

No. 26 in M.100.4.1

Come, honest friends. Catch. Ives, S.

No. 10 in M.i39a.i8.6; etc.

Come, if you dare. Chorus. Purcell, H.

No. 158 in M.157.5.2; etc.
Come in the silent night. Part-song.
Kaeslin. No. 42 in M.392.11

Petschke. No. 15 in M.392.48.1

Come into the garden, Maud. Serenade. Balfe.

No. 4 in M.192.9.1
Come, jolly god. Canon. Berg, G. No. 59 in M.220.10

Come, jump at thy cousin. Catch. Hilton.

No. 135 in M.110.1.2; etc.

Come kiss me, dear Dolly. Catch. Hook, J. No. 62 in M.220.9.3

Come la cera al fuoco. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.

Band 6. M.8o4oa.67.6

Come, let us all a maying go. Glee.

Atterbury. No. 32 m M.157.25 ; etc.

Hilton. No. ioi in M.235.17.1; etc.

Come, let us be merry. Part-song. Pearsall.

No. Sin M. 195. 1. II
Come, let us drink. Round. Hook, J. No. 150 in M.220.9.2

Come, let us join the roundelay. Madrigal. Beale, W.

No. 7 in M.23S.7.1; etc.
Come, let us laugh. Round. Greene, M. No. 7 in M.158.13; etc.
Come, let us remember. Song. Hodson, W. Fourteen songs.

No. 3 in M.221.32

Come, let us sing. Anthem. Mendelssdhn-Bartholdy, J. L.

p' No. 2 in M.280.18; etc.

Come let us strive. Canon 3 in i. (In Warren. Collection of

catches. Vol. i. p. 5) No. 4 in M.220.9.1

Come, let us to the Lord. Motet. Tye. Motets for four voices.

No. 8 in M.236.16

Come, let us worship. Anthem. Palestrina. No. 19 in M.235.10

Rit'ter, C. No. 25 in M.236.30.4

Come, let's crown this famous night. Fa la. Hilton. Ayres

or fa las. No. 3 in M.234.21

Come live with me. Part-song.

Carnall. No. 4 in M.20S.10.6

Hatton. No. 27 m M.195.1.12

Webbe, S. No. 24 in M.220.3.1 ; etc.

Come, Lord Jesus. Motet. Schulthes. Six invocations.

No. 3 in M.201.36
Come, Love. Glee. Spofforth. Collection of glees.

No. 8inM.235.15

Come, lovers, follow me. Madrigal. Morley.

No. 24 in M.iii.4.3
Come, Lucy, my love. Glee. Jolly. Glees for three and four
.^,oices No. 3 in M.220.29; etc.

Come, my boys, let's sing a catch. Catch. Carter, T.

No. 42 in M.141.21.2; etc.
Come, my fair one, let us stray. Song. Hook, J. The hours
of love. No. 34 in M.237.7

Come, my friends, let us work. Glee. Horsley, W.

No. 10 in M.157.28.2; etc.
Come, my hearts. Round. Hilton. No. 139 in M.110.1.2; etc.
Come, my heroes. Glee. Stevenson. No. 18 in M.235.17.1

Come, my lads, that love. Bates, W. No. 93 in M.220.10

Come, my people. Anthem. Wintle, O. R. No. 21 in M.233.24.1
Come, my soul. Anthem. Martin, G. C. No. 18 in M.195.2.14
Come, my soul, thou must be waking. Anthem. Buck, D.

No. 19 in M.290.11
Come near, ye nations. Anthem. Watson, W. M.

No. 27 in M.158.20
Come, neighbours, assemble. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In War-
ren. Vocal harmony. P. 195.) No. 112 in M.220.10
Come, now, and let us reason together. Anthem. Wareing.

No. 17 in M.195.2.15



Come, now let's be joyous. Duet. Hooic, J. No. 221 in M.215.21
Come, O come, with sacred lays. Choral. Himmel.

No. 13 in M.290.22.1

Come, O haste thee. Glee. Pring, J. C. No. 8 in M.220.9.5

Come, O haste thee, beauteous spring. Glee. Coward, J. Ten

glees. No. i in M.236.18

Come, O Jesu. Anthem. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F.

No. 13 in M.1S8.15
Come o'er the brook. Glee. Bishop, H. R. No. 6 in M.157.19
Come o'er the mountain. Part-song. Young, W. J. Six four-
part songs. No. 9 in M.158.23
Come, oh come. Ode. Paxton, S. No. 74 in M.220.9.4
Come on, here's John. Catch. Hawkins, J. No. 72 in M.220.9.1
Come on the light wing'd gale. Glee. Callcott, J. W.

No. 18 in M.234.1.2
Come on, ye jolly hearts. Canon. Hayes, W. No. 4 in M.220.S
Come opprima. Duet. Righini. No. 4 in M.235.18.1

Come Ossian. Glee. Clarke- Whitfeld. No. 8, 23 in M.235.16
Come out to me. Ballad. Linley, G. [Songs.] Vol. 2.

No. 6 in M.235.19.2

Come pianta, ch' a poco a poco manca. Part-song. Lassus.

Sammtliche Werke. Band 6. M.8o4oa.67.6

Come, praise the Lord. Anthem. Crotch. No. 44 in M. 157.34

Come, pull away, boys. Catch a 3 voci. (/n The Apollo. Vol.

6. p. 473.) No. 18 in M.i39a.i8.6

-Vlso to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; The Harmonist.

Come, push round with spirit. Glee. Webbe, S. Selection of

glees. Vol. 3. No. 32 in M.235.13.3

Come Roger and Nell. Catch. Webbe, S. No. 45 in M.220.9.3

Come, rosy health. Glee. Webbe, S. No. 60 in M.220.9.2; etc.

Come, said Jesus' sacred voice. Anthem. Lloyd, T. S.

No. 14 in M. 190.5
Come see what pleasure. Glee. Elliott, J. No. 71 in M.157.20.3
Come, shepherd swains. Part-song. Johns. No. i in M.203.28
WiLBYE. No. 6 in M.235.12 ; etc.

Come, shepherds. Part-song. Grast. No. 13 in M.157.28.2

Come shepherds & aid me to mourn. Glee. Fergus.

No. 45 in M.23S.17.3
Come, shepherds, come away. Madrgial. Wellesley, G. C.

No. 10 in M.220.3.4; etc.
Come, shepherds, follow me. Madrigal. Bennet, J.

No. 6 in M.235.7.1; etc.
Come shepherds, we'll follow. Part-song. Arne, T. A.

No. 5 in M.220.3.1 ; etc.
Come si m'accendete. Madrigal. Zarlino. M. 236.10

Come, sisters, come. Trio. Mackenzie, A. C.

No. 20 in M.204.36.4
Come, soft, relenting charity. Duet. Graun. No. 2 in M. 236.30.3
Come, sprightly mirth. Fa la. Hilton. Ayres or fa las.

No. 3 in M.234.21
Come, sweet spring. Part-song. Haydn, F. J.

No. 13 in M.22I.22.I; etc.

Come tell us thy name. Volkslied [s. s. a.], (/ji Hills. Vocal

trios. Vol. 2, pp. 89-93.) No. i9inM.i57.i7.2

Come Thou fount. Anthem. Thomas, J. R. No. 2 in M.290.6

Come, Thou Holy Spirit. Anthem. Barnett, John F.

No. 20 in M.158.13
Come, Thou long expected Jesus. Duet. Mozart.

No. 33 in M.201.37
Come, thou monarch of the vine. Glee. Bishop, H. R.

No. 18 in M.157.19; etc.
Come, thou rosy, dimpled boy. Glee. Cooke, B. A collec-
tion of glees. No. i in M.220.8
HoDSON, W. Fourteen songs. No. 3 in M.221.32
Come to my heart. Song. Keller, M. No. 9in M.192.13.1
Come to the greenwood. Glee. Worgan, J. No. 43 in M.220.10
Come to thy lattice. Serenade. Blumenthal. No. 8 in M.244.1
Come unto Him. Anthem. Gounod. No. ii in M.290.13; etc.
Tuckerman, S. p. Six short anthems. No. 2 in M.154.19
Come unto me. Anthem. Bach, J. S. No. 5 in M.19S.2.5
Barnett, James G. No. 31 in M.100.4.1
Blumenschein. No. 33 in M.158.13
Blodgett. Anthems, responses and hymns. No. 4 in M. 203.9
Couldrey. No. i in M.195.2.13
Gounod. No. 12 in M. 190.8
Hamer. No. 20 in M.203.27



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Come unto me. Anthem.

MiCHAELIS, J.

Smith, J. S. Canon 3 in i.
— Anthem, [s. A. T. B. ]

VlTTORIA.

Wagner, W. R.
Webbe, S.
Come unto these yellow sands
purcell, h.
Stevenson.



(Continued.)

No. 23 in M. 158.18

No. 117 in M.220.g.3

No. 56 in M.I 1 1.4.2

No. 13 in M.233.25.1

No. 32 in M.ioo.4.2

No. 19 in M.220.3.3; etc.

Part-song.

No. 2 in M.17S.1.6; etc.
No. 24 in M.23S.14



Come va 'I mondo! Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.

Band 4. 111.80403.67.4

Come, weary souls. Anthem. Donizetti. No. 16 in M.igo.i

Raff. No. S in M.203.26

Come where my love lies dreaming. Duet. Foster, S. C.

No. 9 in M.380.41.1
Come, where shall we walk? Catch. Harington.

No. 61 in M.220.g.2
Come with the gipsy bride. Song. Balfe. No. 26 in M. 235.7.1
Come with thy sweet voice again. Song. Foster, S. C.

No. 10 in M.380.41.1
Come, ye blessed children. Anthem. Emerson, L. O.

No. 4 in M.igc.3

Come, ye children. Duet. Steffani. No. 13 in M.234.4.1

Come, ye disconsolate. [Solo, s., and also harmonized for 4

voices. Accomp. for organ.] (/« Handel and Haydn

Society Collection of sacred music. Vol. 3, pp. 26-28.)

No. 2 in M.221.22.3
Come, ye disconsolate. Anthem. Buck, D. No. 12 in M.2go.ii
Come, ye faithful. Anthem. Hall, E. V. No. 16 in M.195.2.16
Come, ye fays. Trio. Donizetti. No. ii in 11.157.17.2

Come, ye jolly fellows. Canon. Berg, G. No. 9 in M.220.10

Come ye lofty, come ye lowly. Anthem. Schnecker.

No. s in M.203.2g

Come, ye maidens. Glee. Hopkins, J. L. A collection of five

glees. No. i in M.236.21

Come, ye party. Glee. Danby. No. 244 in M.235.17.2; etc.



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