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Contrastes, Les. Gavotte. Frewin. No. 8 in M.336.1

Contrat, Le. Opera. For the Music see Penavaire. For the

Libretto see Ruelle.
Contre la musique. Criticism. Laprade. M.isg.y

Contristatus sum. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band i.

M.8o4oa.67.i
Conveniens homini est. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.

Band 15. M.8o4oa.67.iS

Convent music. Psalmody. Novello, V., editor. M.260.17

Converse, Frederick Shepherd.

Festival of Pan. (Romance for orchestra.) Op. 9. Score.

Boston. Schirmer. [1903-] M.410.17

Night and Day. Two poems for pianoforte and orchestra.

Op. II. Orchestral score. Boston. Schirmer. 1906.

Il.410.g5

Conversi, Girolamo.

When all alone my pretty love. Madrigal [s. s. a. t. b.].
London. Hawes. [181-?] No. 19 in M.235.7.1

Also to be found in Amusement for the ladies ; Arnold's Convivial har-
mony ; Bland's The Ladies' collection; dementi's Collection •£
catches; Hawes's Collection of madrigals; Leslie's Cassell's Choral
music ; Novello's Glee-hive ; Oliphant's Madrigals in parts ; Turle and
Taylor's The People's music book; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of
glees ; Warren's Collection of catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Conversione, La, di Sant Agostino. Oratorio. For the Music
see Hasse, J. A. P.

Convert, The. Part-song. Durwollt. No. 10 in M.235.16

Convertentur sedentes. Offertory. Mozart. Werke. Serie 3.

M.31S.1.3

Convertere Domine. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.
Band i, 3. M.8o4oa.67.i, 3

Convertere, Domine. Gradual. Reissiger. 15 Graduales.

No. I in M.158.27

Convito, II. Opera. For the Libretto see Bertoni.

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Convivial harmony. Part-songs. Arnold, S., editor.

No. 7 in M.158.13
Convivial song. Part-song. Molique. No. 6 in M.205.10.5

Cook, Cecil.

The girl from Kay's. A new and original musical play m
three acts. By Owen Hall [pseud.]. Lyrics by Adrian
Ross fpseud.] and Claude Aveling. Music by Ivan Caryll
[pseud.], Cecil Cook and others. London. Chappell &
Co. 1903. No. 2 in M.381.7

Cook, Charles Emerson.

"Red Feather." A comic opera. The lyrics by Chas. Emer-
son Cook. The music by Reginald de Koven. M.383.13
The rose of the Alhambra. Romantic comic opera. Book
and lyrics by Charles Emerson Cook. Music by Lucius
Hosmer. M.383.60
[The walking delegate.] Vocal gems from The walking
delegate. Music by Lucius Hosmer. No. 2 in M.394.29
Cook, Douglas Purinton.

Will o' the wisp. A comic opera. Book and lyrics by
Douglas P. Cook. Music by Archibald T. Davison, Jr.,
Frank H. Grey, Harry R. Pratt. No. 2 in M.383.12

Cook, Martha Walker, translator.

Liszt. The life of Chopin. M.i09b.4i

Cook, Will Marion.

In Dahomey. A Negro musical comedy. Book by Jesse A.
Shipp. Lyrics by Paul Lawrence [sic] Dunbar and others.
Music by Will Marion Cook. Vocal score. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] London. Keith, Prowse & Co. 1903.

No. I in M.399.15

Cooke, Benjamin.

Albion, thy sea-encircled isle. Glee, (/n Hullah. Part
music. Secular. Vol. 2, pp. 73-75) No. 17 in M.157.28.2
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.
Amen. Canon by twofold augmentation. {In The Har-
monist. Vol. 6, p. 77.) No. 26 in M.218.8.6
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.
Amen. Chorus. {In Hullah. Part music. Sacred. Vol. i,
pp. 1 18-120.) No. 39 in M.I57-28.I
As now the shades. Glee. {In Amusement for the ladies.
Vol. 4. pp. 57-62.) No. 14 in M.220.3.4
Also to be found in Boosey's Standard English glees; dementi's Vocal
harmony ; Same, 2d edition ; Novello's Glee-hive ; Warren's Collection
of catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.
Beneath a weight. Glee [s. s. a. t. b.]. (/n Warren. Vocal
harmony. Pp. 265-267.) No. 147 in M.220.10
Beneath in the dust. [Catch for 3 voices.] {In Bland. The
Ladies' collection. Vol. 5, p. 562.) No. 157 in M.235.17.5
Also to be found in dementi's Collection of catches ; Warren s Collec-
^ tion of catches.

By mason's art. Glee [a. t. b.]. {In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 4, pp. 165-167.) No. 50 in M.220.9.4

Call forth such numbers. Glee [s. x. t. b.]. {In Webbe, Jr.
Convito armonico. Vol. 2, pp. 188-191.) No. 28 in M.234.3.2
Chant for the "Domine salvum fac," and "Amen chorus," 4
voices. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Novello. Evening ser-
vice. Vol. 2, pp. 325, 326.) M.260.23.2
The cock-match. Catch a 4 voci. {In Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. i, pp. 348, 349-) No. 209 in M.220.g.i
A collection of glees, catches and canons, for 3, 4, S and 6
voices. London. The Author. [i775-] No. i in M.220.8
Conlents. — Hail, all hail, Britannia. — Up the hill. — O gentle sleep.

Gaily I liv'd. — How sleep the brave. — While ven'son we eat. —

In the merry month of May. — In paper case. — Come, thou rosy,
dimpled boy. — No stormy winter. — In vino Veritas. — More with
the love. — Come away to the tavern. — The cock-match. — The
dumb peal. — Of his right eye. — Dehl dove! — Not unto us. — To
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Collins's Ode on the passions, set to music. [Chorus accom-
panied by various instruments.] London. Birchall. [1784?]

No. I in M.380.6

Comrades, come. Glee [for 3 voices]. {In The Apollo.
Vol. 7, pp. 517-S19) No. 9 in 114.1393.18.7

Curst as the evil one. Round [for 4 voices]. {In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 308, 309.)

No. 128 in M.220.g.2

Deh! dove! Glee. {In Clementi. Vocal harmony. Vol. 7,
pp. 692-701.) No. 4 in M.235.9.7

Also to be found in dementi's Vocal harmony, 2d edition ; Webbe,
Jr.'s Convito armonico.



Cooke, Benjamin. (Continued.)

Double chant, [s. a. t. b. In Bb.] {In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. 2, p. 125.) No. 39a in M.290.22.2

The dumb peal. Round [for 4 voices], (/n Musical library.
Vol. 4, p. .13.) No. 6 in M.23S.18.4

Gaily I lived. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. {In Webbe, Jr. Convito
armonico. Vol. 4, PP- 450, 45 1) No. 32 in M.234.3.4

Halcyon days. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. (/h Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 4. pp. 278-284.) No. 85 in M.220.9.4

Hand in hand. Glee [s. s. a. x. b.]. (7m Amusement for the
ladies. Vol. 4, PP- 42-50.) No. 12 in M 220.3.4

Also to be found in dementi's Vocal harmony ; Novello s Glee-hive ;
Page's Festive harmony ; Warren's Collection of catches.

Hark, the lark. Glee. London. Novello. [185-? The Mu-
sical times.] No. II in M.158.15

Same. Longman, Clementi & Co. [181-?] No. 46 in M.235.14
Also to be found in Amusement for the ladies ; The Apollo ; Booseys
Standard English glees; dementi's Collection of catches; dementi's
Vocal harmony; Same, 2d edition; Ditson's The Orphean lyre; The
Harmonist; Hullah's Part music. Secular; Leslie's Cassell's Choral
music ; Musical library ; Musical times [Music] ; Novello's Collection
of trios, etc. ; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book ; Warren's
Cocks's Hand-book of glees; Warren's Collection of catches; Webbe,
Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Have you seen the virgin snow? Glee. {In Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 289-293.)

No. no in M. 220.9.3

Also to be found in Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

Her partial taste. Round [for 3 voices]. {In Amusement
for the ladies. Vol. 4, p. 103.) No. 30 in M.220.3.4

Also to be found in The Apollo ; Warren's Collection of catches.

How many skains. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 106.) No. 37 in M.220.9.3

How sleep the brave. Glee. {In Amusement for the ladies.
Vol. I, pp. 30-33.) No. 12 in M.220.3.1

Also to be found in Boosey's Standard English glees; dementi's Col-
lection of catches; dementi's Vocal harmony; Same, 2d edition; Col-
lection of glees ; Hullah's Part music, Secular ; Musical times [Music] ;
Turle and Taylor's The People's music book ; Warren's Cocks's Hand-
book of glees; Warren's Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito
armonico.

How sweet these airs. Glee [a. x. i.]. (/« Warren. Col-
lection of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 249, 250.) No. 97 in M.220.9.3

I prithee, sweet. Glee [x. T. B.]. (/n Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 4, pp. 300-302.) No. 92 in M.220.9.4

If a man who turnips cries. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In War-
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. 5, pp. 67, 68.)

No. 18 in M.220.9.5

If the prize. Glee [a. x. b.]. {In Amusement for the ladies.
Vol. 3, pp. 37-39.) No. 8 in M.220.3.3

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

If 'tis jov to wound. Glee [a. x. B.]. {In Warren. Vocal
harmony. Pp. 212, 213.) No. 121 in M.220.10

In paper case. Glee. {In The Apollo. Vol. 4. PP- 318-320.)

No. 18 in M.i39a.i8.4
Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection ; Hullah's Part mu-
sic. Secular; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees; Webbe, Jr.'s Con-
vito armonico.

In the merry month of May. Glee. {In Amusement for the
ladies. Vol. 2, pp. 47-53-) No. 14 in M.220.3.2

Also to be found in dementi's Vocal harmony ; Same, 2d edition ; Col-
lection of glees and catches; The Harmonist; Musical library; War-
ren's Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico.

In vino Veritas. Glee [a. x. B.]. (/m Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 2, pp. 52-55-) No. 23 in M.220.9.2

Interred here doth lye. [Glee.] {In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. i, pp. 297-307.) No. 190 in M.220.9.1

Kyrie, in G; Sanctus, in B flat. {In Novello. Cathedral
choir book. Vol. 2. pp. 30-32.) M.233.14.2

Let Rubinelli. Duett [x.B.]. (/» The Apollo. Vol. 6, pp.
454-458.) No. 13 in M. 1393.18.6

The longitude. Glee [a. x. b.]. {In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. i, pp. 239-246.) No. 168 in M.220.g.z

Lover, thou must be. Glee [a. x. b.]. {In Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. i, pp. 281-285.) No. 185 in M.220.9.1

Magnificat. Double chant. {In Hullah. Part music. Sacred.
Vol. 2, pp. 4, 5) No. 2 in M.157.28.2

More with love. Glee [a. x. x. b.]. (7n Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 206-211.) No. 85 in M.220.9.2

My neighbour ha's lost. Round [for 4 voices], (/n Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 215.) No. 81 in M.220.9.3



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Cooke, Benjamin. (Continued.)

Nature for defence. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 5, pp. 109, no.)

No. 29 in M. 220.9.5

Nine glees and two duets (never before printed). Pub-
lished by Robert Cooke. London. Birchall. [1795.]

No. 2 in M. 220.8
Contents. — Sweet nymph, for thee. — Sophrosyne. — Lawn as white.
— Hail music, hail! — To you fair ladies. — Oh! hear a pensive pris'-
ner's pray'r. — Fruitful earth drinks up. — Daughter of Jove. — O
Venus regina. — Thyrsis, when he left me, duet. — Let Rubinelli
charm, duet.

Now the bright morning star. Glee [a. t. t. b]. (In Amuse-
ment for the ladies. Vol. 3, pp. 25-30.) No. 5 in M.220.3.3
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

Nymph, over thee. Glee. (In Warren. Collection of catches.
Vol. 3, pp. 1 18-122.) No. 47 in M.22o.g.3

O come, ye fair. Ode [a. t. x. b.]. (In Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 331-335) No. 138 in M.220.9.2

O sacred friendship. Glee. (In Warren. Vocal harmony.
Pp. 245-249.) No. 140 in M.220.10

O Venus regina. [Glee. a. a. t. t. b. b.] (In Clementi.
Vocal harmony. 2d edition. Vol. 6, pp. 98-104.)

No. 14 in M.234.2.6; No. 14 in M.235.9.6

An ode on Handel [for 8 voices]. Performed at the Com-
memoration dinner, May 26th, 1785. [London. 1785.]

No. 3 in M.220.8; No. 2 in M.320.12

Plurimus in coelis. Round [for 4 voices]. (In Warren.
Vocal harmony. P. 239.) No. 136 in M.220.10

Prithee fill me the glass. Glee. (In Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 3, pp. 107-109.) No. 38 in M.220.9.3

Quid pejus cura est? [Catch for 4 voices.] (In Warren.
Vocal harmony. P. 177.) No. 103 in M.220.10

Resound His praise. Chorus. (In Hullah. The Singer's
library. Sacred. No. 16. Pp. 83, 84.) No. i6a in M.157.3

She soft and meek. Round [for 3 voices]. (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 312.) No. 132 in M.220.g.2

A Spartan song or glee . . . for 3 voices [a. t. b.] and cho-
rus [s. a. T. T. B. London. The author. 178SI.

No. 1 10 in M.220.g.4

Stay, lovely Laura. Glee [x. t. b.]. (/n Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 5, pp. 42-45.) No. 9 in M.220.9.5

Susanna and the two elders. Glee. (In Amusement for the

ladies. Vol. 3, pp. 58-62.) No. 21 in M.220.33

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches.

Te Deum, Ji^ilate, Magnificat, and Nunc dimittis, in G.
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello. Cathedral choir book.
Vol. I.) M.233.14.1

To Elliot's health. Glee [a. x. b.]. (/n Warren. Collection
of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 187-189.) No. 58 in M.220.9.4

Where e'er thy navy. Glee [a. x. b.]. (In Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 184-186.) No. 56 in M.220.9.4
Cooke, Benjamin, editor.

Galliard. The morning hymn, . . . M.237.8;etc.

Cooke, Grattan.

Statement of facts and correspondence between the di-
rectors of the Philharmonic Society and Grattan Cooke.
[London. Johnson]. 1850. No. 8 in M.149.8

Cooke, Henry.

Some remarks on the Greek theory of tuning instruments.
[London. 1805?] Engraved throughout. M.123.26

Cooke, Robert.

The cheerful glee [a. X. X. b.]. London. Birchall. [1811.]

No. 5 in M.220.8
Concord is conquered. Glee [s. a. x. x. b.]. (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 170-174.)

No. 52 in M.220.g.4
Eight glees. London. Birchall. 1805. No. 4 in M.220.8

Contents. — This bubbling stream. — Round thy pillow. — ■ Love and
folly. — Sweet warbling bird. — Hope tells a flattering tale. — Gales
of ev'ning. — Adieu, ye jovial youths. — Now the winds whistle.

The farewell. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.]
Oxford. Hardy. [18—?] No. 8 in M.23S.14

In the rose's fragrant shade. Glee [a. x. i. b.]. (In Knyvett.
A Collection of glees. Pp. 29-36.) No. II in M.220.6

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in C. [Accomp. for organ.]
(7k Novello. Cathedral choir book. Vol. i.)

No. 29 in M.190.6; M.233.14.1



Cooke, Robert. (Continued.)
No riches from his scanty store. [Glee. A. x. x. b.] (In Cle-
menti. Vocal harmony. 2d edition. Vol. 6, pp. 21-26.)

No. 4 in M.235.9.6; No. 4 in M.234.2.6
Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.
To a friend so sincere. Glee [a. a. x. b. b.]. (In Warren.
Collection of catches. Vol. 5. pp. 89-94.) No. 24 in M.220.9.5
When to England's proud boast. Glee for 4 voices [a. x.
T. b.]. (In Warren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. 3,
PP- 52-56.) No. 20 in M.1S7.6.3

While I listen. Glee [a. x. b.]. (Zn Warren. Collection of
catches. Vol. 4, pp. 219-223.) No. 69 in M.220.9.4

Who has peerless Kitty seen? Glee. (In Warren. Collec-
tion of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 107-114.) No. 38 in M.220.9.4
Cooke, Robert, editor.

Cooke, B. Nine glees and two duets (never before printed).

No. 2 in M.220.8
Cooke, Samuel Charles.

This is the day. Full anthem for Easter. [Accomp. for
organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 8, pp.
91-96.) No. 10 in M. 195.2.8

Cooke, Thomas Simpson.

Ave Maria [s. X. b. Vocal score only]. Manuscript. [184-?]

No. 2 in M.250.6
Frederick the Great, or the heart of a soldier. An operatic
anecdote . . . Written by S. J. Arnold. Composed by T.
Cooke. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Power.
[181-?] No. 3inM.391.14

Hail! bounteous nature. [Glee, a. x. x. b.] (In Clementi.
Vocal harmony. 2d edition. Vol. 6, pp. 27-43.)

No. 5 in M.234.2.6; No. 5 in M.23S.g.6

Hate. [Song, s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Lunn,

J. The passions. Pp. 21-28.) No. 2 in M.391.51

Let Fortune smile or frown. Glee for 3 voices. (In Warren.

Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. 2, pp. 173-176.)

No. 94 in M.IS7.6.2
[Malvina.] Overture, songs, duets, glees, marches & ballet
in the national ballad opera of Malvina. The poetry by
Geo. Macfarren. Composed, selected & arranged by T.
Cooke. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Goulding
& D'Almaine. [1826.] No. 2 in M.391.47

Mass for 3 voices [in A minor]. Vocal score with the cuts,
as sung at St. Joseph's, Dorking. Manuscript. [184-?]

No. I in M. 250.6
The merchant of Bruges, or the beggar's bush. . . . Ar-
ranged with an accomp. for the piano forte by T. Cooke.
[Words by W. J. D. Kinnaird.] London. Fentum. [1818?]

No. 2 in M.391.63
Shall I waste my youth in sighing? Madrigal [s. s. A. x. B.].
London. Cramer, Addison & Beale. [183-?]

No. 75 in M.237.IS
The soldier. Glee for 4 voices [a. x. x. b.]. (In Warren.
Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. 2, pp. 153-156.)

No. 89 in M.157.6.2
Strike the lyre. Glee for a. x. x. b. (In Novello's Glee-hive.
Vol. 2, pp. 81-90.) No. 39 in M. 157.20.2

Cooke, Thomas Simpson, editor.

AuBER. Come hither all who wish to buy. No. 27 in M.235.7.r
Cookery.

Varenne de Beosx. La cuisine des pauvres. No. 7 in M.131.14.
Cookoo, good neighbors. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Bland.
The Ladies' collection. Vol. 2, p. 181.) No. 219 in M.235.17.2
Coolidge, Henry Dingley.

Priscilla, or, the Pilgrim's proxy. Comic opera. Composed
by Thomas W. Surette. ■ M.327.8

Coonley, Prentiss Loomis.

Prince Punjab. A comic opera. Music by Arthur W. Deni-
son. No. 2 in M.397.18

Queen Philippine. Comic opera. Book and lyrics by Rich-
ard E. Edwards and Prentiss L. Coonley. Music by A. W.
Denison. No. 2 in M.38i.9

Cooper, George.

Diamond cut diamond. A parlor opera. Music by J. R.
Thomas. M.328.16



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Cooper, George. (Continued.)
Pauline; or, the belle of Saratoga. An operetta. Music by
H. P. Banks. No. 2 in M.391.23

Uncle Tom's cabin. An opera. Music by Harrison Millard.

M.402.41
Cooper, Henry Christopher.

[Schon Annie.] Ouverture zur komischen Oper ,,Sch6n
Annie" (Sweet Annie). Op. 23. Partitur. Berlin. Erler.
[187-?] No. 3 in M.332.11

Cooper, J. Bolingbroke.

Louise; or, the trials of love. Operetta in i act, written by

Walter Boult. Composed by J. Bolingbroke Cooper.

[Accomp. for piano.] London. Hutchings & Romer.

[ 188-?] No. 2 in M.291.1

Cooper, John. See Coperario, Giovanni.

Cooper, Joseph Thomas.

Te Deum laudamus. [Accomp. for organ.] London. No-
vello. [185-?] No. 18 in M.190.2

Also to be found for voices only in Musical times [Music].
Cope, Sir William Henry. Baronet, editor.

A collection of anthems, by English composers. [With
accomp. for organ.] London. Ollivier. 1849. M.290.34
Contents. — Goldwin : O love the Lord. — Okeland : Praise the Lord,
O my soul. — Haselton : For unto us a child is born. — Weldon : O
praise God in His holiness. — Rogers : Behold now, praise the Lord. —
Batten : Deliver us, O Lord our God. — Rogers : Teach me, O Lord.—
Weldon: O praise the Lord. — Tallis: Veni, Creator Spiritus. — Al-
drich : Out of the deep. — Batten : O praise the Lord all ye heathen.

Glareanus: Plead Thou my cause. — Scott: Praise the Lord, O

Jerusalem. — Batten : My soul truly waiteth. — Whitbroke : Let your
light so shine. — Tallis: If ye love me. — Greene: Thou visitest the
earth. — Richardson: O how amiable. — Aldrich: Not unto us. —
Batten: Hear my prayer. — Rogers: Lord, who shall dwell. — Gibbs:
Have mercy upon me, O God. — Alcock: Wherewithal shall a young
man.
Coperario, Giovanni.

Come ashore, come merry mates. [Duet, t. t.] (In Smith.
Musica antiqua. P. 61.) M.236.10

Copin-Albancelli, Anne.

La Jacquerie. Opera de fidouard Blau et Simone Arnaud
[pseud.]. Musique de fidouard Lalo et Arthur Coquard.

M. 302.2
Jahel. Tragedie lyrique de Simone Arnaud [pseud.], avec
la collaboration de Louis Gallet. Musique de Arthur Co-
quard. M.393.15
Coppee, Francois fidouard Joachim.

Le luthier de Cremone. Opera. [Musique de] J. Hubay.
Poeme de Frangois Coppee et Henri Beauclair. Traduc-
tion allemande de Max Kalbeck. M.225.7
Maitre Ambros. Drame lyrique de Frangois Coppee &
Auguste Dorchain. Musique de Ch. M. Widor. M.326.26
Le passant. Opera en vers. Musique de E. Paladilhe.

No. I in M.277.38
Le tresor. Opera comique. Musique de Ch. Lefebvre.

No. 2 in M.306.8
Copper complication, A. Opera. For the Music see Daniels.

For the Libretto see Hooper, R. L.
Coppola, Pietro Antonio.

L'orfana guelfa. Dramma lirico in 3 atti di Gaetano Solito,
posto in musica ... da Pietro Antonio Coppola. Ridu-
zione per canto con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano. Ri-
cordi. [1851.] M.231.6

La pazza per amore. Dramma [di G. Ferretti]. Musica del
M°. P. A. Coppola. [Per canto e piano.] Paris. Pacini.
[183-?] M. 291.22

T'amo solea ripetere. Romanza [s. ou x. Accomp. de
piano], (/n Fleurs d'ltalie. Pp. 149-151.) No. 2 in M.364.10
Copponay de Grimaldi. See Moene de Grimaldi, Denis.
Coprario, Giovannie. See Coperario, Giovanni.
Copyright. Musical.

Whitaker, John. Musical copyright. Proceedings of a
trial . . . Whitaker versus Hime. Subjoined observations
on the defence made by Sergeant Joy. By Leigh Hunt.
London. 1816. No. s in M.114.8

Coq, Le. Opera. For the Music see Roger, V. For the Li-
bretto see Ferrier.
Coq, Le, de Viroflay. Opera. For the Music see Poujade. For
the Libretto see Sede.



Coq, Un, en jupons. Opera. For the Music see Chassaigne.

For the Libretto see Delormel, L.
Coquard, Arthur.

De la musique en France depuis Rameau. Paris. Levy.
1891. M.129.34

Esther de Racine. Choeurs mis en musique par Arthur Co-
quard. [Accomp. de piano.] Paris. Durdilly & cie. [188-?]

M.I54-47
La Jacquerie. Opera en 4 actes de fidouard Blau et Simone
Arnaud [pseud.]. Musique de fidouard Lalo et Arthur
Coquard. M.302.2

Jahel. Tragedie lyrique en quatre actes et cinq tableaux de
Simone Arnaud [pseud.], avec la collaboration de Louis
Gallet. Musique de Arthur Coquard. Partition chant et
piano. Paris. Choudens. 1899. M.393.15

Le mari d'un jour. Opera comique en 3 actes. Paroles de
MM. A. d'Ennery [pseud.] & Armand Silvestre. Musique
de Arthur Coquard. Partition piano et chant. Paris.
Grus. [1886.] M.285.29

Une noce au village. [Pastorale.] Poeme de Paul Collin.
Musique de Arthur Coquard. [Partition chant et piano.]
Paris. Heugel. [189-?] No. 2 in M.39S.19

La troupe Jolicoeur. Comedie musicale en 3 actes et un pro-
logue d'apres une nouvelle de Henri Cain. Paroles et mu-
sique de Arthur Coquard. [Partition piano et chant.]
Paris. Grus. 1901. Illus. M.381.11

Coqueau, Claude Philibert.

Entretiens sur I'etat actuel de I'opera de Paris. [Anon.]
Amsterdam, et se trouve a Paris. Esprit. 1779. M.373.39
On the Gluck-Piccinni rivalry.
Suite des Entretiens sur I'etat actuel de I'opera de Paris, ou
lettres a M. S . . . [Suard], auteur de I'extrait de cet ou-
vrage dans le Mercure. [Anon.] Manuscript. [Paris?
180-?] No. I in M.372.21

Coquelicot, Le. Opera. For the Music see Hack; also Var-

ney. For the Libretto see Rohault; also Silvestre.
Coquette. Opera. For the Music see Sopwith. For the Li-
bretto see Pattinson.
Coquette, La, de village. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies.
Vol. 4. M.327.4.4

Cor, Jacques.

Les maitres chanteurs de Richard Wagner. Etude musicale
et litteraire. Paris. Fischbacher. 1898. No. i in M. 102.22
Cor, Le, des Alpes. For violin. Louis, N. 3 melodies.

No. 8 in M.390.7
Cor dulce. Motet. Labat. 26 grands motets. M.213.23

Cor fleuri, Le. Opera. For the Music see Halphen. For the

Libretto see Mikhael.
Cor Jesu sacratissimum. Motet. Schultiies. A collection of
six sacred vocal pieces. No. i in M.201.36

Cor mio. Madrigal. Scarlatti. No. 70 in M.220.9.4

Cor mundum. Duet. Ciampi. No. 38 in M.290.29.1

Cor mundum. Motet. Marcello, B. No. 10 in M.201.33

Cora. Opera. For the Music see Naumann, J. G.
Cora an die Sonne. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20,
Band 3. M.317.1.20.3

Cora Dean. Song. Foster, S. C. No. 12 in M.380.41.1

Coradino, II. Opera. For the Music see Pavesi.
Corall'd caves, The, of ocean. Trio. Smart, H.

No. I in M.244.10.6; etc.
Coram illo. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band.S-

M.8o4oa.67.s
Corbeau, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 4.

M.327.4.4
Corbeau, Le, et le renard. Chorus. Weckerlin. Chceurs.

M.157.12
Cordelia, pseud. See Treves, Virginia.
Cordelle, P.

Un mari pour 3 femmes. Operette en un acte. Paroles de
E. Serard. Musique de P. Cordelle. [Partition chant et
piano. Paris. 1888.] No. 4 in M.402.63

Corder, Frederick.

Autumn is come again. A vintage song [s. s. a. t. b.]. (In
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 16, pp. 135-
142.) No. 23 in M.19S.1.16

Also to be found [for a. t. t. b. b.] in The Orpheus, New series.



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Corder, Frederick. (Continued.)
The bridal of Triermain. A cantata. The words adapted
from Sir Walter Scott. The music by Frederick Corder.
[s. A. T. B. Accomp. for piano.] London. Novello, Ewer



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