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et piano.] Paris. Grus. [1890.] M.29S.38

La coupe du roi de Thule. Opera en 3 actes de Louis Gallet
& fidouard Blau. Musique de Eugene Diaz. Partition
piano et chant. Paris. Grus. [1873.] M.29S.39

Le roi Candaule. Opera en 2 actes. [Paroles de Michel
Carre.] Musique de E. Diaz. [Partition chant et piano.]
Paris. Girod. [1864.] M.363.30

Diaz de Soria, Jules. Works about.

AzEVEDO, A. J. Impressions d'un vieux dilettante. Jules
Diaz de Soria. Paris. [1874?] M.373.53

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Dibbern, Carl.

Der Bulgare. Romantische Operette in 3 Akten. Text und
Musik von Karl Dibbern. Vollstandiger Klavier-Auszug
mit Text. Offenbach a. Main. Andre. [190-?]

No. I in M.381.13
Dibdin, Charles. 1745-1814.

Bachelor's Hall: ... for his entertainment. The oddities.
[t. with pianoforte accomp.] London. The Author.
[179-?] No. 3 in M.384.48

A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

The blind sailor ... for his entertainment, The Quizes, or
a trip to Elysium. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. The Author. [1792?] No. 11 in M.384.48

Buxom Nan, ... for his entertainment, The wags, or the
camp of pleasure. [Song, s. or t. with pianoforte aceomp.]
London. The Author. [1790?]. No. 17 in M.384.48

A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

[The captive.] The songs in the comic opera of The captive
. . . The words by the author of Love in a village [Isaac
Bickerstaff] and the music by the most eminent compos-
ers. London. Johnston. [1769] M.220.28

The cestus. A serenata. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon-
don. Thompson. [1783.] No. 3 in M.220.16.2

Damon and Phillida. A comic opera. [The text adapted
from Colley Cibber's play.] Composed by Mr. Dibdin for
the voice, harpsichord or violin. London. Thompson.
[1768.] No. 6 in M.220.16.2

[The deserter.] The songs, &c. in The deserter. A musical
drama . . . Composed by Monsigny, Philidor [Danican],
& C. Dibdin. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. John-
ston. [1773.] No. 5 in M.220.16.2
An adaptation of parts of Monsigny's Le deserteur [M.283.20] with a
few airs of Philidor and more of his own.

The Ephesian matron, or the widow's tears. A comic sere-
nata by the author of Love in a village [Isaac Bicker-
staff]. The music by Charles Dibdin. [Accomp. for piano-
forte.] London. Johnston. [1769] No. 2 in M.220.16.1

Far from the world. Catch [for 3 voices], (/n Apollonian
harmony. Vol. i, p. 53-) No. 45 in M.141.21.1

Also to be found in Social harmony.

Father and mother and Suke ... in his entertainment,
called Castles in the air. [Song, t., with pianoforte ac-
comp.] London. The Author. [i793?] No. 30 in M.384.48
A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

The flowing can ... for his entertainment, The oddities.
[t., with pianoforte accomp.] London. The Author.
[178-?] No. 2 in M.324.48

A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

The free mason's glee. [a. t. b.] {In Social harmony. Pp.
262-264.) No. 216 in M.215.21

Give round the word. Song [t. t. ]. (/n Social harmony.
p 234.) No. igi in M.215.21

Harvest home. A comic opera . . . [Written and] composed
by Mr. Dibdin. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Preston. [1787.I No. 7 in M.220.16.2

[The institution of the Garter.] The overture, songs, duets
... in The institution of the Garter, or Arthur's Round
table restored . . . Compos'd & adapted for the harpsi-
chord, German-flute, & violin, by C. Dibdin. [Score.]
London. Longman, Lukey & Co. [1771?]

No. I in M.220.16.2; No. 4 in M.220.19
The libretto is an adaptation by Garrick of Gilbert West's poem The
institution of the Order of the Garter.

Jack at the windlass, . . . for his entertainment called The
Quizes, or a trip to Elysium. [Song, t. with pianoforte
accomp.] London. The Author. [1792.]

No. 19 in M.384.48
A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

Jack Ratlin, a favorite song ... in Liberty Hall, [t., with

pianoforte accomp.] London. Preston. [1785?]

No. 12 in M.384.48
A later arrangement may be found in his Songs. [M.133.1].

The jolly ringers ... in his entertainment, Castles in the
air. (Song, s. or t. with pianoforte accomp.] London.
The Author. [i703?] No. 23 in M.384.48

The lamplighter . . . for his entertainment. The oddities.

[Song, T. with pianoforte accomp.] London. The Author.

[I7Q0?1 No. 18 in M.384.48

A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [u. 133.1].



Dibdin, Charles. 1745-1814. (Continued.)

Lawyer Brief. Catch [for 3 voices], (/n Social harmony.
Pp. 74, 75.) No. 64 in M.2X5.2I

Liberty-Hall, or the test of good-fellowship; a comic opera
. . . An entirely original composition by Mr. Dibdin.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Preston. [1785.]

No. 5 in M.220.16.1

Lionel & Clarissa; or, a school for fathers, a comic opera
. . . By the author of Love in a village [Isaac Bickerstaff].
The music composed by eminent masters. [Accomp. for
piano.] London. Longman & Broderip. [1768?]

No. 2 in M.I30.2

Lovely Nan. [Song, t. Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
The Author. [1793?] No. 40 in M.384.48

Same. [180-?] No. 36 in M.237.7

Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

The lucky escape . . . for his entertainment. Private theat-
ricals or nature in nubibus. [Song, s. or t. with piano-
forte accomp.] London. The Author. [1791?]

No. ID in M.384.48
A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

The lyrist, or family concert, containing the overtures,
favourite songs, &c., in the operas of The islanders, Ply-
mouth in an uproar, Chelsea-pensioner, & Harlequin-free-
mason . . . [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Thomp-
son. [178-?] No. 2 in M.220.16.2

Music epitomized: a school book: in which the whole sci-
ence of music is completely explained, . . . 8th edition,
revised and corrected by J. Jousse. London. Goulding,
D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [182-?] No. S in M.376.2S

The musical tour of Mr. Dibdin. Sheffield. Gales. 1788.

M.I3I.I

Contains the music of seven songs, «. e., Pomposo, The Cape of Good
Hope, The musician's lamentation for the loss of his mistress, The siege
of Troy, The return of Ulysses to Ithaca, Bonny Kitty, Hope.

The neighboring convent's bell. Duet [s. x.]. {In Musical
library. Vol. 3, pp. 1 18-120.) No. 38in M.23S.18.3

None so pretty . . . for his entertainment. The Quizes, or a
trip to Elysium. [Song, s. or T. with pianoforte accomp.]
London. The Author. [1792?] No. 8 in M.384.48

The padlock, a comic opera. . . . The words by the author
of the Maid of the mill, &c. [Isaac Bickerstaff]. The mu-
sic by Mr. Dibdin. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.
Johnston. [1768.] No. 2 in M.1S2.12; No. i in M.220.16.1

Poor Jack, a favorite song in the Whim of the moment, [t.,
with accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Preston. [1789.]

No. 5 in M.384.48

Poor Tom, or the sailor's epitaph . . . for his The oddities.
[Song, s. or x., with pianoforte accomp.] London. The
Author. [1790?] No. IS in M.384.48

A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

[Poor Vulcan!] The overture, songs, &c., in Poor Vulcan!
A comic opera . . . [Written and] composed by Charles
Dibdin. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Longman
& Broderip. [1778.] No. 4 in M.220.16.1

The professional life of Mr. Dibdin. With six hundred
songs. 2d edition. London. Cundee. 1804. 4 v. Por-
trait. Plates. M.II7.I

[The Quaker.] The overture, songs, &c., in The Quaker, a
comic opera. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Johns-
ton. [1777.] No. 4 in M.220.16.2

The race horse. A celebrated song ... in Liberty Hall,
[x. with pianoforte accomp.] London. Preston. [1785?]

No. 16 in M.384.48
A later arrangement may be found in his Songs [M.133.1].

Saturday night at sea . . . for his entertainment, The oddi-
ties. [Song, s. or x. with piano accomp.] London. The

Author. [1790?] _ _ No. 9 in M.384.48

A different arrangement may be found in his Songs [m. 133.1].

[The seraglio.] The overture, songs, &c., in The seraglio
. . . [Written and] the music chiefly composed by C. Dib-
din. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Johnston. [1776.]

No. 6 in M.220.16.1

Skaiting duet [s. a. or x. b.]. {In Social harmony. Pp. 294,
295.) No. 237 in M.215.21

The soldier's adieu. [Song, x. .\ccomp. for pianoforte.]
London. [18 — ?] No. 38 in M.237.7



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Dibdin, Charles. 1745-1814. (Continued.)

Songs, . . . chronologically arranged, with notes . . . and
the music of the best of the melodies, with new piano-
forte accompaniment. Prefixed a memoir on the author
by George Hogarth. London. How & Parsons. 1842.
12 parts in i v. Portrait. M.J33.1

Sound, drums. Round [for 3 voices]. (In Social harmony,
p. 249.) No. 207 in M.215.21

Sweetly, sweetly let's enjoy. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Social har-
mony. Pp. 334. 335.) No. 283 in M.215.21
The true hearted tar, being a sequel to The disconsolate
sailor. [Song. s. or t., with pianoforte accomp.] London.
Preston. [179-?] No. 7 in M.384.48
The waterman, a comic opera of 2 acts . . . Composed [and
written] by C. Dibdin. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon-
don. Johnston. [i774-] No. 3 in M.220.16.1
While the lads in the village. Rondo [t. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. (/« Musical library. Vol. 4 PP- 92-94,)

No. 30 in M.23S.18.4
Dibdin. Charles, Jr. 1768-1833-

The farmer's wife, a comic opera. Composed by H. R.
Bishop. No. 2inM.271.18

Dibdin, Charles, Jr.. translator. 1768-1833.

Whitaker. The celebrated Odes of Anacreon.

No. I in M.380.19
Dibdin, Thomas John.

II bondocani, a musical drama . . . composed by T. Att-
wood and J. Moorehead. No. 2 in M.391.22

The cabinet. A comic opera . . . The music by Reeve, Davy,
Moor[e]head & Braham. . No. 2 in M.251.3

The English fleet in 1342. Comic opera . . . Composed by
Mr. Braham. No. 3 in M.2S1.4

The last lays of the last of the three Dibdins. London.
Harding & King. 1833. M.I4S-30

The magic oak, or Harlequin woodcutter. (Comic opera.]
Composed by Thos. Attwood. No. 4 in M.396.2

The mouth of the Nile. A favorite musical entertainment
. . . Composed by T. Attwood. No. i in M.3gi.63

St. David's Day, a favorite comic opera. Composed by T.
Attwood. No. 6 in M.396.2

Thirty thousand, or who's the richest? A comic opera . . .
The music by Reeve, Davy & Braham. No. 3 in M.251.3
Valentine and Orson. A grand melodrama. Composed by
J. Jouve. No. I in M.2S1.4

Zuma, or the tree of health. Comic opera. The music com-
posed by H. R. Bishop. Book i, 2. M.396.14
Die quaeso. Aria. Hasse, J. A. P. No. 22 in M.290.29.S
Dicesi, che la morte. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke.
Band 4. M.8o4oa.67.4
Dich halt ich treu im Herzen. Part-song. Abt, F. Acht pa-
triotische Lieder. No. 12 in M.392.2
Dich, Herr des Himmels preiset. Hymn. Fluegel, G.

No. 26 in M.203.7
Dich preist, Allmachtiger. Hymn. Breitenbach.

No. n in M.147.4
Dich segn' ich alle Tage. Song. Abt, F. Vier Gesange.

No. 3 in M. 192.2
Dich vergessen? Part-song. Terschak. Zwei Gedichte.

No. 26 in M.392.26
Dichiarazione, La. Song. Florimo. Ore musicali.

No. 2 in M.244.ig
Dichter, De, en zijn droombeeld. Ofyera. For the Music see

Miry. For the Libretto see Conscience.
Dichter und Bauer. Overture. Suppe. No. 3 in M.342.41

Dichterliebe. Songs. Schumann, R. A.

No. 4, 5 in M.244.15.2; etc.

Dichters Genesung. Song. Schumann, R. A. Sechs Gedichte

von Reinick. No. 10 in M.244.15.1; etc.

Dicite, quidnam vidistis? Anthem. Vittoria. Opera. Tomus i.

M.313.2.1
Dickmann, Hermann.

Thusnelda. Grosse Oper. Musik von Carl Grammann.

M.266.29
Dicks, Ernest A.

Momo. A Japanese operetta (for use in ladies' schools. &c.).
Words by Henry Branch. Music by Ernest A. Dicks.
London. Beal & Co. [igo-?] No. 3 in M.3g7.e2



Dicks' Edition of standard operas.

Auber. The crown diamonds. M.237.20

Dickschaedel, Die. Opera. For the Music see Dvorak. For

the Libretto see Stolba.
Dickschaedel, Der. Quartet. Kremser. Neue Chor-Compo-
sitionen. Band i. Heft 3. No. 15 in M.392.14

Dickson, William Edward.

A letter to the Lord Bishop of Salisbury, on congregational

singing in parish churches. Oxford. Henry & Parker.

1857. No. 6 in M.104.49

Practical organ-building. London. Lockwood & Co. 1882.

Illus. Plate. M.109.33

Dictionaries.

Bernsdorf, E. Neues Universal-Lexikon der Tonkunst.
[Erster Nachtrag.] Dresden. [1856-65.] 4 v. Portraits.

M. 124.7
Blaze, F. H. J. Dictionnaire de musique moderne. Paris.
1821. 2 V. in I. M.146.1

Bremer, F. Handlexikon der Musik. Eine Encyklopadie
der ganzen Tonkunst. Leipzig. [1882.] M.20S.25

Brossard, S. de. Dictionnaire de musique. 3e edition.
Amsterdam. [1707?] . M.I47-I

Derthick, W. M. a manual of music: its history, biogra-
phy and literature. With specimens. Revised edition.
Chicago. [1890.1 Portraits. M.121.40

Dictionary, A, of musicians, from the earliest ages to the
present time; . . . and a summary of the history of music.
2d edition. London. 1827. 2 v. M.117.11

Franke, H. Handbuch der Musik. Glogau. 1867. M.208.S
Grassineau, J. A musical dictionary. London. 1740.

M. 145. 1 3

HiLES, J. A complete and comprehensive dictionary of

12,500 . . . musical terms, phrases and abbreviations. 3d

edition. London, 1874. M.i09b.i2

HoYLE, J. A complete dictionary of music. London. 1791.

No. I in M.148.34
Lasalle, a. DE. Dictionnaire de la musique appliquee a
I'amour. Avec un appendice bibliographique. Paris. 1868.
Plate. M.118.9

Lichtenthal, p. Dizionario e bibliografia della musica.
Milano. 1826. 4 v. M.141.16

M.^thews, W. S. B. How to understand music. Vol. i.
New York. 1884. M.106.25

Melcior, C. J. Diccionario enciclopedico de la musica.
Lerida. 1859. Plates. M.216.9

Mendel, H. Musikalisches Conversations-Lexikon. B. l-
II & Erganzungsband. Berlin. 1870-83. 12 v. M.ig6.3
Meude Monpas, J. J. O. DE. Dictionnaire de musique, dans
lequel on simplifie les expressions et les definitions
mathematiques et physiques qui ont rapport a cet art . . .
Paris. 1787. M.373-63

Moore, J. W. Complete encyclopaedia of music. Boston.
[1852.] Portraits. M.131.4

NiECKS, F. A concise dictionary of musical terms. 2d edi-
tion, enlarged. London. 1884. M.101.30
Paul, O. Handlexikon der Tonkunst. Leipzig. 1873. 2 v.

M.370.27
Pilkington, H. W. a musical dictionary, comprising the
etymology and different meanings of all the terms . . .
in modern compositions. Boston. 1812. No. i in M. 128.33
Rousseau. J. J. A complete dictionary of music. Trans-
lated by William Waring. 2d edition. London. 1779.

M.131.12

SouLLiER DE RoBLAiN, C. S. P. Nouveau dictionnaire de

musique illustre. Paris. 1855. M.112.10

Stainer, J. A dictionary of musical terms by Sir John

Stainer and W. A. Barrett. Compressed from the imperial

8vo edition by K. M. Ross. London. [188-?] M.373.18

Dictionary, A, of musicians, from the earliest ages to the

present time; . . . and a summary of the history of music.

2d edition. London. Sainsbury & Co. 1827. 2 v. M.117.11

Dictionnaire lyrique portatif. Songs. Dubreuil, J. M. 208.1

Did Celia's person. Catch. Pring, J. No. 215 in M.23S.17.2

Didier, Edouard.

Le mariage au cliche. Opera-comique. Paroles de MM. E.
Didier et E. Roger. Musique de Alfred Mutel.

No. 3 in M.267.15



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Dido and ^neas. Opera. For the Music see Purcell, H. For
the Libretto see Tate.

Dido, chi giace entro quest' urna? Madrigal. Palestrina.
Werke. Band 28. M.8o4oa.66.28

Didon. Opera. For the Music see Charpentier; also Piccinni,
N. For the Libretto see Auge de Lassus; also Marmon-
tel, J. F.

Didone. Opera. For the Music see Paisiello. For the Li-
bretto see Metastasio.

Didone abbandonata, La. Opera. For the Music see Andre-
ozzi. Caro Enea; also Paer. For the Libretto see Metas-
tasio.

Didron, Adolphe Napoleon.

Iconographie de I'Opera. Paris. Didron. 1864.

No. 4 in M.218.4

Die Du Gott gebarst. Song. Wolf, H. Spanisches Lieder-
buch. No. 2 in M.380.20

Die Du mein AUes bist. Part-song. Gruber, J.

No. I in M.370.30

Die, hapless man! Madrigal. Wilbye, J.

No. 28 in M.iii.4.3; etc.
Die hier im Herrn entschlafen. Part-song. Weigl.

No. 106 in M. 1293.43.3
Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls. Song. Mozart. XXX
Gesange. M.221.28; etc.

Die ihr schwebet. Song. Wolf, H. Spanisches Liederbuch.

No. 4 in M.380.30
Die mit Thranen saen. Motet. Schicht. Motetten. Heft 6.

No. 6 in M.236.19
Die not. fond man. Madrigal. Ward, J. No. 9 in M.23S.7.1; etc.
Diebstahl. Song.

Rheinberger, J. G. Zwei Gesange. No. 5 in M.194.21

Taubert, C. G. W. Sechs Lieder von Reinick.

No. 9 in M.221.26

Dieck, Albert.

Heute ist heut Ft. T. B. B.]. Hamburg. [188-?!

No. 29 in M.392.8

Diehl, Louis.

A dress rehearsal. Musical sketch. The words by G. R.
Sims. The music by Louis Diehl. f Accomp. for piano-
forte.l London. Boosey & Co. [i88-?l No. 5 in M.277.23
Our bazaar. An operetta. The hbretto by Wilfrid Mills.
The music by Louis Diehl. [Score for voice and piano,
with libretto. 1 London. Ashdown. [188-?!

No. I in m[382.i7
Slumberetta. A musical charade, for treble or mixed voices.
Written by Harold Wynn, music by Louis Diehl. [Ac-
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Hutchings & Romer.
[188.^?] No. 3 in M.204.3

Diemer, Louis.

Concert-Stiick pour violon et orchestre. Op. 3.3- Part""
d'orchestre. Paris. Hamelle. [i8c>-?l No. i in M.403.27
Diemer, Philip Henry.

Bethany, a sacred cantata. The words arranged by R. B.

Poole. The music by P. H. Diemer. fs. m.-s. a. t. bar.

and chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte. 1 London. Novello,

Ewer & Co. [i88-?l No. i in M.194.11

Autumn, a four-part song. London. Novello, Ewer & Co.

[187-?! No. 48in M.121.3

Dies irae. Oratorio. For the Music see Caillebotte.

Dies ist der wohlvertraute Flieder. Part-song. Hering, G.

No. 61 in M.392.8
Dies sanctificatus. Mass. Palestrina. Werke. Band 15.

M.8o40a.66.i5
Dies sanctificatus. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. Band s, 7.

M.8o4oa.66.5, 7 ; etc.
Dies sanctificatus illuxit nobis. Gradual. Eybler. Graduale

No. 4 in M. 191.6
Dies und das. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 30.

No. 89 in M.244.5.2
Diet, Edmond.

Fleur de vertu. Vaudeville-opdrette en 3 actes. Paroles de
Ernest Depre. Musique de Edmond Diet. [Partition chant
et piano. 1 Paris. Dupont. [189-?! No. i in M.30S.1

Madame Putiphar. Operette en trois actes de Ernest Depre
& Leon Xanrof. Musique de Edmond Diet. [Partition
chant et piano. 1 Paris. Biardot. 1897. M.394.13



Diet, Edmond. (Continued.)

Stratonice. Opera comique en i acte. Paroles d'Eug. Char-
don. Musique de E. Diet. [Partition chant et piano.]
Paris. Grus. [1888.] No. 2 in M.305.1

Le voyage de la mariee. Operette en 3 actes a grand spec-
tacle de Paul Ferrier et Maurice Ordonneau. Musique de
Edmond Diet. Ballets de Justin Clerice. Partition chant
et piano. Paris. Choudens. 1904. No. 2 in M.sSg.j

Dietrich, Adolphe.

Le Tintoret. Opera en 3 actes et 4 tableaux. Paroles de E.
Guinand. Musique de Ad. Dietrich. Partition piano &
chant. Paris. Grus. [1887.] M.303.27

Dietrich, Albert Hermann.

Einleitung u. Romanze. Concertstiick fiir Horn (od. Vio-
loncell) mit Begleitung des Orchesters (od. Pianoforte).
Op. 27. Partitur. Hamburg. Pohle. [187-?]

No. 2 in M.358.5
Normannenfahrt. Ouverture fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 26.
Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 1872.

No. I in M.336.8
Robin Hood. Oper in 3 Akten. Dichtung von Reinhard
Mosen. Musik von Albert Dietrich. Clavierauszug. Leip-
zig. Kistner. [1879.] M.305.2
Sechs Lieder fiir vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 18. Bre-
men. Cranz. [1872?] 6 parts in i v. No. 43-48 in M. 392. 6
Contents. — I. Neuer Fruhling. 2. So winterlich. 3. Nachtlied. 4.
Trinklied. 5. Lied der Freundschaft. 6. Ein geistliches Abendlied.
Sinfonie (in D-moU) fur grosses Orchester. Op. 20. Parti-
tur. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. [1873?] M. 348.26
Sonate fiir Pianofoi;te und Violoncello. Op. 15. [Partitur.
Hamburg. Cranz. [1869.] 2 parts in i v.

No. I in M.404.52
Trio fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 9. [Parti-
tur und Stimmen.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [186-.]
3 parts in i v. No. i in M.404.42

Trio, Zweites (A dur). fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violon-
cello. Op. 14. [Partitur und Stimmen.] Hamburg. Cranz.
[186-.] 3 parts in i v. No. 2 in M.404.42

Dietrich, Albert Hermann, editor.

Brahms. Erinnerungen an Johannes Brahms in Briefen
besonders aus seiner Jugendzeit. Leipzig. 1898. Portrait.

No. I in M. 102.24
Holstein. Frau Aventiure. No. 4 in M.342.S

Dietsch, Heinrich Rudolf.

Nekrolog Johann Christian Jahn's. [Leipzig. Teubner.
1847.] No. 9 in M.372.40

Dietsch, Joseph.

Une page d'histoire locale. L'Institut de musique, premier
conservatoire de Dijon, I793-I796. Dijon. Lamarche.
1884. No. I in M.372.39

Dietsch, Pierre Louis Philippe.

Cantiques nouveaux. A Jesvs Evcharistiqve! A Marie Im-
macvlee! . . . Entremeles d'aspirations et de notices his-
toriques. Paroles de I'auteur de la Vie du Capitaine Mar-
ceau. Musique de L. Dietsch. Paris. Lecoffre. [186-?]

No. I in M. 158.25
Messe de requiem a 3 voix, s. t. b. Avec accomp. d'orgue.
Paris. Canaux. [184-?] No. 4 in M.260.8.4

Messe de requiem, 2^^, a 4 voix avec accomp. d'orgue.
Paris. Regnier-Canaux. [184-?] No. 2 in M.260.1

Messe, io«, a 4 voix d'hommes, avec ace', d'orgue, ad lib.
Paris. Richault. [185-?] No. 2 in M.260.8.4

Messe, 12^, a 4 voix [s. s. T. B. Accomp. d'orgue]. Paris.
Richault. [185-?] No. 3 in M.260.8.4

Mesee solennelle, 2^. a cinq voix soli et choeurs, avec accom-
pagnem* de grand orchestre. [Partition.] Paris. Canaux.
[184-?] No. 2 in M.380.S5

Messe solennelle, 5^, a 3 voix d'hommes (ou 2 soprani e
contralto), et orchestre. [Partition.] Paris. Brandus.
[184-?] No. I in M.260.8.4

O Salutaris. Pour s. ou T. [Accomp. d'orgue. Paris. Lang-
let. 184-?] No. 21 in M.260.10.4
Te Deum a cinq voix [s. s. T. T. B.], soli et choeurs, avec ac-
comp, de grand orchestre. Partition [et reduction pour
orgue]. Paris. Richault. [184-?] No. i in M.201.40






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Veni, Sancte Spiritus. [s. s. t. b. Accomp. for organ.] No
title-page. [London? 183-?] No. 20 in M.260.10.S

Dietsch, Pierre Louis Philippe, editor.

Hummel, J. N. Messe solennelle, 3me. No. 4 in M.191.4

Repertoire de musique religieuse de I'figlise de la Made-
leine. Paris. Richault. [1854.] M.260.20

Contents. — Palestrina : Adoramus. — Hiramel : Mater divinae gra-
tiae. — Dietsch: O Salutaris [t. t. b. b.]. — Danzi: Kyrie. — C. P.
E. Each: Tantum ergo. — Mozart: Ave Verum. — Dietsch: Ave
Maria. — Schneidei : Agnus Dei. — J. Haydn : Tantum ergo. —
Righini: Ave Verum. — Haser: Gloria in excelsis. — Haydn: O
Salutaris. — Dietsch : Attende. — Dietsch : Ecce panis. — Seyfried :
Sanctus et Benedictus. — Delia Maria: O Salutaris. — Schiedermayer :
Kyrie. — ■ Vittoria : Jesus dulcis. — Naumann : Sancla Maria. —
Mozart: Agnus. — J. Haydn: O Salutaris. — Spohr: Tantum ergo.

— Mozart: Gloria. — Dietsch: Ave Verum. — Schneider: Ave Maria.

— Buhler: Magnus Dominus. — Novello: Tantum ergo. — J. Haydn:
Ave Maria. — Dedler: Benedictus. — Dietsch: O Salutaris [s. a.
T. B.]. — Dietsch: Adoro Te. — Evans: Tantum ergo. — Biihler:
Kyrie. — Schiedermayer : Benedictus. — Seyfried : Gloria. — Mozart :
Kyrie. — Schicht : Ave Maria. — Biihler : Credo. — Martini : O
Salutaris. — Biihler; Agnus Dei. — Zimmers : Gloria in excelsis. —
Naumann: Ora pro nobis. — J. Haydn: Ave Verum. — RoUe: Sancta
Maria. — Dedler; Kyrie. — Haydn: Benedictus. — Dietsch: O
Salutaris [s. t. b.]. — J. Haydn: Tantum ergo. — Biihler; Sanctus.

— Neukomm : Agnus Dei. — Hasslinger: O Salutaris.

Dietz, Max, editor.

Leopold L, Emperor of Germany. Missa. No. 4 in M.193.16

Requiem. No. 5 in M. 193.16

Stabat mater. No. 6 in M. 193.16

Dieu. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 6. M.327.4.6
Dieu conserve le Roi. Song. Rouget de Lisle. 48 chants

fran?ais. M.202.44

Dieu, Le, des moissonneurs. Tyrolienne. Weckerlin. Chants

des Alpes. No. i in M.1S8.44

Dieu d'Israel. Part-song. Mehul. No. 6 in M.130.7

Dieu est assis. Anthem. Sweelinck. Werken. Deel 4.

M.413.2.4
Dieu est regnant. Anthem. Sweelinck. Werken. Deel 5.

M.413.2.5
Dieu, Le, et la bayadere. Opera. For the Music see Auber.

For the Libretto see Scribe.
Dieu, Le, et la bayadere. Overture. Auber. No. 2 in M.332.3
Dieu le fort, Le. Psalm. Sweelinck. Werken. Deel 2.



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