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Per pieta, datemi morte ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 234.
Per pieta non accrescete ; fr. opera by

Abos. 284, 289.
Per pieta, rammenta ; fr. opera (late

18th cent.). 366.
Per pieta, se in sen tu senti ; song

(early 19th cent.). 612.
Per pii\ gradirla. v. Tra 1' erbe.



fr. opera (?), by
fr. opera by G.



Per quel paterno amplesso ; fr. oper
(18th cent.). 260.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 276.

fr. opera by Pampani. 276.

fr. opera [? by Sacchini]. 260.

fr. opera by Vinci. 266.

Per quell' affetto ; fr. opera by Vinci.

266.
Per queste amare lagrime ; fr. opera by

Pergolesi. 335.
Per queste dell' antica Alba : song by

Scarlatti. 516.
Per questo dolce amplesso. v. Per quel

paterno amplesso.
Per rendermi beato : song by — Buo-

noncini. 506.
Per saettar un scno : song by Scarlatti.

588.
Per saettarmi : duet by Marcello. 83.
Per salvarti, idolo mio : song by Por-

pora. 527.
Per secreto divino : madrigal by I.

Alberti. 130.
Per si dolce e placida onda. v. Ecco

I'alba; by Carissimi.
Per soUevar quest' alma : song by G.

[B.] Buononcini. 589.
Per te aver : song (18th cent.). 585.
Per te costante ; fr. opera by Giaco-

melli. 343.
Per te d' eterni aUori ; fr, opera by

Hummel (?). 316.
Per te, Florida : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Per te ho io nel core : duet by Pergolesi.

71.
Per te, mio bene : canon by Borri. 12.

duet by Torri. 70, 77.

Per te nel caro uido : song by Porpora.

527.
Per te, Nina : song by J. S. Mayer.

610-11 (3).
Per te piu serena ; fr. opera (late 18th

cent.). 366.
Per tutto il timore ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 271.
Per un' alma gentil : madrigal by I.

Alberti. 130.
Per un momento almeno ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 268.
Per un momento solo : song by Scarlatti.

516, 589.
Per un verde boschetto : madrigal by

Bartolino [? da Padova]. 122.
Per un volto di gigli : song by Pistocchi.

501, 563.
Per valli e per monti : song (after 1794).

577.
Per vivere contento : song (after 1794).

576.
Per voi mi struggo : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Per voi saro felice ; fr. opera by Vento.

360 (29964, f.79).
Per voi vissi ; fr. opera by Ariosti. 382.
Pera Clori : duet by Steffani. 77.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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Pera quell' alma ; fr. opera by Righini.

385.
Perch6 al viso : madrigal [by Lupac-

chino]. 142.
Perche come ha. v. Mentre che altero.
Perche cosi crudel : trio (late 18th

cent.). 656.
Perche cosi spietata ; fr. opera by Holz-

bauer. 366.
Perche, crudel, m' affretti ; fr. opera by

Sarri. 287.
Perche dar nou ti posso : song by G.

[B.] Buononcini. 589.
Perche di nuovo sdegno : madrigal by

Francesco da Firenze. 121.
Perche dunque, o mio tesoro : duet by

Steffani (?). 73.
Perche fuggi tra salci : duet by Reggio.

58.
Perche infiammando. v. L' idolo mio

si dolcemente.
Perche io vado lontano : madrigal by

[Ct. E.] Bernabei. 175.
Perche io voli al sol : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Perche 1' una. ■ i'. Nel dolce seno.
Perche mai, ben mio : canon by Metas-

tasio. 6, 8.

canon by Siissmayr. 9.

Perche mai, nume : song by D. Gabrieli.

490.
Perche, mia bella Fillide : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Perche, mio tesoro : song by Reggio.

486.
Perche nacqui a regal sorte : song by

Orlandini. 528.
Perche non chiusi : song by Fortunate.

607, 609.
Perche non comprende ; f r. opera by

Galuppi. 277.
Perche non credi al mio pianto : song

by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (86877,

f. 74b).
Perche non m' uccidi ; fr. opera by

Pergolesi. 801, 385.
Perche non mi mirate : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 61b).
Perche [non posso?]. v. Amor, se i

bei rubini.
Perche piangete : song (late 17th cent.).

494, 496.
Perche s' annida amore : madrigal by

Palestrina. 159, 187.
Perche, se mio tu sei : song by Fortu-

nato. 609.

canon by Metastasio. 8.

Perche, se tanti siete ; fr. opera by

Conforti. 349.
Perche sento un fuoco in me : canon

by Siissmayr. 9.
Perche si far ; fr. opera by Hasse. 296.
Perche si pieghi ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

342.
Perch^ taci ; fr. opera by Cafaro. 292.



Perch^ ten fuggi : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 14b).

Perche, vezzosi rai : catch (late 18th
cent.). 32, 40.

duet by Asioli. 74.

song [? by Dragonetti], 604.

" Percy " (?) : part of opera by Bishop (?).

398.
Perder 1' amato bene ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
Perdona, ben mio ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

277.
Perdona 1' affetto ; fr. opera by Cima-

rosa. 372.
Perdona, o figlio ; fr. opera by — Bracci.

848.
Perdono, amor : song by Scarlatti. 516,

588.
Pere de nous : madrigal (1604?). 142.
Pere Girard : song (after 1744). 550.
Pere Tellier : song (after 1744, etc.).

544, 557 (King's 834, f. 185b).
Perfect and endless circles are : song

by W. Lawes. 473.
Perfida Filli : song by Scarlatti. 515,

516.
Perfido figlio ; fr. opera by Tarchi. 363.
Perle, rubini : madrigal by A. Ferra-

bosco [sen.]. 185.
Perlen glanzen auf der Flur : cantata

by Triebensee. 20.
Permettez, madame: song (18th cent.).

580.
Permettez-moi de mourir : song (1620-

1621). 469.
" Pers6e " : opera by LuUy. v. Ah, que

I'amour cause ; L'amour meurt ; IMon

honneur allait ; Qu'en furie ; Que le

ciel pour Brogiie ; R6veillons-nous.
Perseguirti, idolo mio : song by Scar-
latti. 559, 589.
"Perseo": opera by Sacchini. v. II

caro ben perdei.
Personne en ce pays-ci : song (after

1744). 536.
Perspice, Christicola. v. Summer is

a-coming in.
Peter Plufi : catch (late 18th cent.). 36.
Peter the potter : song by Hatton. 639.
Peter White : catch (1833). 46.
" Petit Colin." v. Chantez, petit Colin.
Petit due a nasardes : song (after 1744).

546.
Petit enfant : duet (1620-1621). 53.
Petit homme vain: song (after 1744).

589.
Petit lieutenant de police : song (after

1744, etc.). 551, 557 (King's 336,

f. 151b).
Petite camusette : madrigal (16th cent.).

129.

madrigal by Josquin des Pr6s.

178, 176.

Petite Fanchonette : song (18th cent.).
580.



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INDEX I.



Petite fleur cointe : madrigal (early 16th
cent.). 123.

madrigal [by J. T. Gerarde]. 133.

Petite m'amour. v. Cachez-vous, filles ;

lis sont partis ; etc.
Petite, petite, v. La D'ArmenonviUe.
Petits et grands, chacun va voir : song

(after 1744). 552.
Petits oiseaux. v. Dieux vengeurs ; etc.
"Petticoat loose" (18th cent.). 202

(286).
Peuple naguere si sensible ; fr. opera by

Hummel. 316,
Peuples, venez ecouter : song (after

1744). 537.
Peut-etre ne savez-vous pas : song (after

1744, etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330,

f. 14b).
Peut-on jamais ; fr. opera [by Colasse].

254.
Peut-on mieus faire. v. Que peut-on

faire.
"Phaethon." r. "Fetonte."
" Phaeton " : portions of the opera [by

Lully]. 267. v. also Ah, cher Loui-

son ; Ah, que I'amour ; En tons lieux ;

Heureux qui pent ; J'ai beau boire ;

Je m'aper(;ois sans cesse ; Nous som-

mes quatre hommes ; Que le puce-

lage ; Soyez assur^e.
" Pharnaces." v. " Farnace " ; by

Sheeles.
*€'pe ixoi KVTtiWov : song by S. Wesley.

575 (no. 2), 623, 636.

song (another setting) by S. Wes-
ley. 575 (no. 3).

Philander, do not think of arms : song

by Blow. 505.
Philippe en ses desseins ; fr. opera (after

1744, etc.). 274, 277 (King's 335,

f. 115b).
Philippe regne en repos : song (after

1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334,

f.24).
"Phoebe" : opera by Greene. 325.
Phoebe tells me : madrigal bv Hilton.

191 (31419, f.3b).
" Phyllida and Corydon." v. In the

merry month.
Phyllis, a herdmaid : madrigal [by A.

Ferrabosco]. 147, 148.
Phyllis, be gentler : song by Tudway.

485.
Phyllis dans un bocage : song (1728).

523.
Phyllis, en cherchant son amant : song

(18th cent.). 579.
Phyllis has such charming graces : song

(1681). 483.
Phyllis hath sworn, v. Come, clap thy

hands, thou shepherd swain.
Phyllis j'aime; fr. opera [by L. Lully

and J. B. Lully, jun.]. 256.
Phyllis, je change, v. Phyllis, je chante.
Phyllis, je chante. v. Par sa grimace.



Phyllis, je me connois vaincu : song by

— Mercceur. 467.
Phyllis, lay aside your thinking : song

by J. Hart. 483.
Phyllis plus avare : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 570.
Phyllis, quel destin dois-je suivre : song

(17th cent.). 492.
Phyllis, qui sans dessein : song by L.

Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
Phyllis the lovely : song by Handel.

642.
Phyllis, those eyes : madrigal (18th

cent.). 171.
Phyllis, thy lovely looks : madrigal by

W. Beale. 191.
Phvllis was a fair maid : song (1615-

1626). 469.
Phyllis, we're not grie\ 'd : duet by R,

Courteville. 61.
Phyllis, you little rosv rake : glee by

W. Linley. 116.
Piaccia [al Eterno]. v. Nei mai piii

vaga.
Piacer: madrigal (after 1624). 153.
Piagarmi nou puo : duet by Marcello.

82.
Piaggie fiorite : duet by Torri. 70, 77.
Piange Filli : song by Carissimi. 496.
Piange il ruscello ; madrigal by Clari.

168, 180, 189.
Piange 1' amante ucciso : madrigal by

Lotti. 182, 192.

trio by Marcello. 654 (2).

Piange la lontananza ; fr. opera by

Schiassi. 343.
Piange la tortorella : song by Astorga.

585.
Piange' tutti, d' accordo : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Piangea Filli : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Pianger viddi : song by Sarri. 590.
Piangere e sospirar : song (1721). 513.
Piangero 1' empia mia sorte : song by

Scarlatti. 589.
Piangete, o Muse : madrigal by J.

Lokkenburg. 159.
Piangete, o Violoni : madrigal by Clari.

157.
Piangete, occhi : madrigal by Stradella.

169.
Piangete, oime : song by Carissimi.

513.
Piangi, deh, piangi : song by Astorga.

585.
Piangi la tua sventura : song by Scar-
latti. 516.
Piangi, o core : duet by B. Sabbatini.

66.
Piango invan : song by G. [B.] Buo-

noncini. 524, 585.
Piango ognora : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Piango, sospiro : madrigal bv Clari.

168, 180, 189.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



829



Piango, sospiro : song by Scarlatti. 588.
Piangono al pianger mio le fere : song

by Ct. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877,

f. 119b).
Piansero, Eurilla mia : song by Leo.

564.
Piausi nel mio partir. v. La partita

crudel.
Pianta gentil : madrigar by N. Pervue.

141, 173.
Piaute amiche : song by Marcello. 512.
Pianti, fermatevi : madrigal [? by Du-

mont]. 156.
Piauto mio : song by Perti. 561.
Pianto, o Dio, vorrei : song by —

Tranettina. 490.
Pibrocb of Donald Dhu : song arranged

by Hummel. 628, 631, 633 (32189,

f.l25b).
Piena di bellezze: song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 132).
"Pierre Baguolet." v. Or ecoutez,

noble assistance ; Quand Waldeck ;

etc
" Pierrot " (18tb cent.). 199 (82).
" Pierrot, New " (18th cent,). 199 (26).
Pierrot dans le cabaret : song (1728) .

523.
Pierrot revenant du moulin : song

(1760). 568.
Pierrot reviendra. v. Boscot salt.
Pieta di me : trio by Haydn. 656.
Pieta, spietati lumi : duet by Luigi

[Rossi?]. 59 (2).
Pieta ti muova : madrigal by B. Corsini.

121.
madrigal by Ferretti. 189.



Pietas omnium virtutum parens : canon

['? by Immyns] . 5.
"Pietro d'Aliberti." v. Quel cor che

mi donasti.
" Pietro il Grande." r. Dell' amista.
" Pig in the parlour " (18th cent.). 201

(221).
" Pimmalione " : opera by Hummel.

386.
"Pinkie house." v. "The maid of

Pinkie."
Pioggia di lagrimar. v. Passa la nave.
Piove dagli occhi : madrigal [by Mosto].

145.
" Pirame et Thisbe." v. En docteur.
Piramo e Tisbe : opera by Hasse. 301.

opera by Siissmavr. 367.

song(-?), by C. Wesley. 597.

"Pirro re d' Epiro." v. Cara, negli

occhi ; Chi mi da consiglio.
Pis ne me pent venir ; madrigal (16th
cent.). 134.

madrigal [by Crequillon]. 148,

149.

Piteously constrained am I : madrigal

by Dr. — Cooper. 124.
Pitie, madame : song by L. Puget.

637.



" Pittore e duca": part of opera by

Balfe. 428.
Pity, dear love : madrigal [by M. Este].

146.
Piu bella Aurora : duet by J. G. Nau-

mann. 90.
Piu bella donna : madrigal by Francesco

da Firenze. 121.
Piu cara del core : song (17th-18th
cent.). 500.

song by Scarlatti. 589.

Piu che a te peuso : duet by — Ottaiia.

72.
Pivi che mai vaga e bella : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 22).
Piu che penso all' idol mio : song by

Scarlatti. 516.
Piu che porto il pie lontano : song by

Astorga. 585.
Piu che tra rie procelle misera ; fr.

opera bj' Ariosti. 382.
Piu delle Alpi gelato : song by [? G. B.]

Buononciui. 561, 590.
Piu e facil : song by Paer. 622.
Piu fedele : song by Fago. 524.
Piu non amo : duet by Steffaui. 76.
Piu non cerca ; fr. opera by Handel.

297.
Piu non chiamo ; fr. opera by Cocchi.

290.
Piu non giova esser costante : song by

A. Melani. 513.
Pin non ho cor : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492(36877, f. 122b). "
Pin non mi euro : madrigal by Giovanni

da Cascina. 121.
Piu non puo. r. " Almira."
Piu non puote : song by A. Melani. 587.
Piu non sento : song by Reggio. 486.
Piu non si puote amar : song by Scar-
latti. 516.
Piu non si tro\ ano ; fr. opera by Jom-
melli. 290, 298.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 280, 289.

Piu sempre mi cousumi : song (17th-

18th cent.). 499.
Piu tacer non si puo : song (late 17th

cent.). 496.
Piu tempo fortuuato : song (1706-1726).

506.
Piu veggio Lidia : song by Scarlatti.

516.
Placa gli sdegni tuoi ; fr. opera (18th-

19th cent.). 370.
• song [by Cimarosa]. 606.

fr. opera by Giacomelli. 287.

quintet by Hummel. 459.

song [?by Hummel]. 608.

Place me where never summer breeze :

glee by Stevens. 102, 103.
Placidi zeffiri : song (1683 ?). 485.
" Placidia " (?). v. Lasciatemi, iuu-

mani.
Placidissime catene : duet by Steffani

or Torri. 70, 77, 78, 80, 82.



830



INDEX I.



Placido zef&retto : song by Lord Burg-

hersh. 614.
Plaisir d'amour : song (after 1794).

576.
Plaisir n'ai plus : madrigal [? by J. T.

Gerarde]. 134.

madrigal by C. Hollander. 177.

Planta fuit quercus : motet by G.

Korber. 193.
Planxty Kelly : duet arranged by Koze-

luch. 87.
Pleasures, beauty, youth : song by W.

Lawes. 473.
Pleasure's enchanted ground : glee by

J. Hindle. 104.
Plein d'ignorance : song (after 1744).

549.
Plein d'une ardeur extreme : song (after

1744). 549.
Pleine d'enuui : madrigal by L. Com-
pere. 129.
Plenty mirth and gay delights : duet

(18th cent.). 83.
Pleurons, pleurons, mon cher ami :

song (after 1744, etc.). 549, 557

(King's 336, f. 45b).
" Plough-song." V. My hearty service.
Plus de mere. v. Pitil, madame.
Plus de tendresse : song (after 1744).

530.
Plus j'observe ces lieux ; fr. opera by

LuUy. 344.
Plus je bois j'ai soif : song (after 1726).

521.
Plus je caresse ma piute ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 254.
Plus je vous vois: song (1760). 567.
Plus maigre que I'iufante : song (after

1744, etc.). 552, 557 (King's 337, f . 2).
Plus nuls regrets : madrigal (16th

cent.). 134.
Pint a Dieu : madrigal by Gombert.

142, 170.
Pluto arises, v. " Circe."
"Plygiad y bedol": song arranged by

Haydn. 620 (no. 18), 621 (35275,

ff.5, 19).

V. also How gloomy.

Poi disse in brevi : madrigal ['? by Clari].

177.
Poi disse or : madrigal by Massaino.

140, 173.
Poi si misce. v. Spesso amor sotto.
Poiche cessaro alfin : song by Scarlatti.

516.
Poiche, da lacci avviuto : song (1683?).

485.
Poiche da te convien partir : madrigal

(15th-16th cent.). 121.
Poiche ella in se torno : song by Cara-

pella. 502.
Poiche fissato : song by C. Manelli, del

Violino. 495.
Poiche giuravo (?) amore : song [by

Handel]. 582.



Poiche 11 fato vuol cosi ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235.
Poich^ il mio cuore : madrigal (16th

cent.). 136.
Poich^ il mio [largo pianto] : madrigal

by F. di Monte. 140.
madrigal by Peveruage (?). 140,

174.
Poiche io non [posso] : madrigal by

Alfonso [Ferrabosco, sen.]. 131.
Poiche io vidi : madrigal by Fogliano.

163.
Poiche r alto valore : madrigal (two

settings) by Eenaldi. 171 (29400,

f.85b).
Poiche r empio destin : song by Cara-

pella. 512.
Poiche la vista : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 163.
Poiche ne priega : madrigal by 0.

Bassani. 171.
Poiche non impetro. v. Vattene pur.
Poiche riseppe Orfeo : song by Scarlatti.

516.
Point de pedants : song (after 1744,

etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335, f. 121).
"Polifemo": opera by Porpora. 251.

V. also Alto Giove ; Dolci fresche

aurette ; Lusingato ; Nell' attendere ;

Senti il fato.
Politique Massillon : song (after 1744,

etc.). 539, 557 (King's 333, f.23b).
" Polwarth on the green." t'. Hail,

beauteous stranger.
Pompey was a madman : glee by Call-

cott. 106.
Pone metum fati ; fr. opera (1644).

226.
Poor Absalom : catch by [H.j Haring-

ton. 45.
Poor Adelaide : glee by W. Liuley,

111.
Poor bird ; fr. opera (?), by Dibdin. 373.
Poor Corydon: song (1681). 483.
" Poor Dick " (18th cent.). 202 (342).
Poor flutt'ring heart : song arranged by

Haydn. 618 ;— by Hummel. 628,

631,633 (32189, f.l24).
Poor Hal caught his death : catch [? by

Holder]. 31.
"Poor Jack." v. Go, patter.
Poor Johnny 's dead : catch by W.

Hayes. 31, 46.
Poor Mariana: song (1681). 482.
Poor Orra : song (early 19th cent.).

578.
Poor Ralpho : catch by Savage. 40.
" Poor Tom." v. Here a sheer hulk.
" Poor Vulcan " : opera by Bishop, v.

A shepherd become ; The moon-beam

plays.
words of opera by Dibdin. 380.

For music, v. The moment Aurora

peep'd ; While the doctor's abroad.
"Pope Joan " (18th cent.). 200 (131).



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831



Porgetemi le arnii : song (18th cent.).

583.
Porre in una sol donna, v. Quella

donna real'.
" Porsenna " : opera by Lotti and

Scarlatti. 253.
Porto in seno : song by Scarlatti. 559,

589.
Porto r alma : duet by Steffani. 77,

81.
Porto lungi le piante : duet by Mar-
cello. 83.
Porto negii occhi : duet by Marcello.

79, 83 (32673, f. 2).
Porto nei lumi : duet by Stefiani. 70,

77.
" Portobello " (18th cent.). 201 (209).
Portrait charmant : song by A. G.

Thomas. 640.
" Portsmouth " (18th cent.). 200 (139).
Posando 1' ombra : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 122.
Poscia che per mio mal. v. Ogni loco.
Posso, cor mio, partire : madrigal by

Marenzio. 173, 178.
Posso dirvi che v' adoro : song by Scar-
latti. 589.
Posso io morir : duet by Lotti. 91,

176.
Posso lasciar di vivere : song (1715-

1724?). 511.
Posso morir; fr. opera (1761 ?). 295.
Potrei cambiar 1' amore ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Potro viver io : madrigal by ]\Iareuzio.

173, 178.
Pour aller a la potence : song (after

1744, etc.). 530, 557 (King's 330,

f.67).
Pour aller sous : song (after 1726). 520.
Pour Astree : song (after 1726). 517.
Pour avoir au dieu d'aniour : song (after

1744, etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332,

f. 124).
Pour baiser ; fr. opera [by Lully]. 255,

264.
Pour bieu chomer la fete : song (after

1726, etc.). 521, 536, 557 (King's 332,

f.2).
Pour bien elever vos enfants : song

(after 1744). 534.
Pour bien gouter : song (after 1744).

529.
Pour braver I'amour ; fr. opera [bv

Lully]. 255.
Pour briller: song (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 156).
Pour ce Merval ; fr. oi^era [by Lully].

255, 273, 277 (King's 333, f. 16).
Pour donner le bal : song (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 143b).
Pour down, ye powers : madrigal by

R. Parsons. 137.
Pour down your ears. v. Pour down,

ye powers.



Pour etre des fermes du roi : song (after

1744, etc.). 536, 557 (King's 331,

f.l96b).
Pour faire enrager Chamilly : song (after

1744, etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331,

f.l52b).
Pour faire I'alchimie : madrigal (1st

half of 16th cent.). 127.
Pour faire un marche : song (after 1744,

etc.). 541, 557 (King's 333, f. 117).
Pour general de nos combats : song

(after 1744). 552.
Pour Guillaume le conquerant : song

(after 1744, etc.). 540, 557 (King's

333, f.77b).

Pour heritage je n'eus de mes parents :

song (1760). 566.
Pour I'amour de Marie, v. Quelle est

la troupe.
Pour la centieme fois : song (after 1744,

etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333, f. 165).
Pour la Champre : song (after 1744, etc.).

530, 557 (King's 330, f.99b).
Pour la fete : duet (1757). 67.
Pour le chapeau personne en France :

song (after 1744). 554.
Pour le plus bel empire ; fr. opera

(1752-1753). 292.
Pour les blondius: song (after 1726, etc.).

532, 557 (King's 330, f. 184b), etc.
Pour marquer la tendresse : song (1728) .

522.
Pour me mettre en train : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Pour me rendre sensible: duet (1757).

68.
Pour mettre le repos: duet (1757). 66.
Pour moi vous croyez : song (1768).

569 (2).
Pour monter a I'assaut. v. Berwick,

notre bon general.
Pour paraitre au grand tribunal : song

(after 1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's

334, f. 232).

Pour peindre d'apres nature ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 274, 277 (King's 337,

ff.l25, 183).
Pour qui Colin me prend-il : duet (1757) .

67.
Pour quinze jours : song (after 1726).

521.
Pour recompenser Ghamillard : song

(after 1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's

333, f. 163).
Pour regir I'univers : song (after 1744).

548.
Pour remporter sur Bacchus ; duet

(1757). 68.
Pour ressembler a Fenelon : song (after

1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's 336,

f. 120).
Pour Saint Medard : song (after 1744).

551.
Pour se trouver sur la fougere : song

(18th cent.). 591.



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INDEX I.



Pour suivre les maximes : soug (after

1726, etc.). 520, 557.
Pour terminer mes jours : duet (1757).

68.
Pour tous les saints : song (after 1726).

520.
Pour un baiser : soug (1728). 522.
Pour un cocu, que de fracas : song (after

1744). 553.
Pour un ministre : soug (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 146b).
Pour un moment : song (after 1744,

etc.). 551, 557 (King's 336, f.l49). v.

also Du haut en bas.
Pour un peuple aimable ; fr. opera [by

G. P. E. Martini]. 303.
Pour un plaisir qui si peu dure ; mad-
rigal by T. Susato. 176.
Pour uue, 'las, j'endure : madrigal [?bv

J. T. Gerarde]. 134, 135.
Pour une seule : madrigal ['? by J. T.

Gerarde]. 133.
Pour vouloir trop se presser : song

(after 1744). 544.
Pour vous, mesdames de Paris : song

(after 1744). 543.
Pour vous, quand il vous plait ; fr.

opera [by Lully]. 263.
novpvo, irovpvo crriK(iiQ7]Ka : song (early

18th cent.). 503.
Pourquoi, cliagrine saintete : song (after

1744, etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331,

f. 134).
Pourquoi, chers amis : song (after 1744,

etc). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 71b).
Pourquoi, grand due : song (after 1744,

etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332, f. 189).
Pourquoi, grand prince : soug (after

1744). 540.
Pourquoi me viens-tu : madrigal (16th

cent.). 134.
Pourquoi, messieurs de justice : song

(after 1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's

336, f.46b).
Pourquoi n'avoir pas. v. Pour aller.
Pourquoi quittais-tu : song (16th cent.).

466.
Pourquoi rompre leur mariage : song

by J. J. Rousseau. 570.
Pourquoi, severe cardinal : song (after

1744, etc.). 541, 557 (King's 333,

f. 126).
Pourquoi, severe president : song (after

1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331,

f. 95b).
Poursuivons jusqu'au trepas ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 263.
"Pourvu que j'ai du vin. v. Que

Marly.
Pourvu que ma Sylvie : soug (after

1744). 536.
Povera peccorella ; fr. opera by G.

Porta. 257.
Povera poUegrina giro mattina : song

(1747?). 556.



Povera pellegrina son io ; fr. opera [by

Scarlatti]. 233, 245. v. also "II

prigionier fortunato."
Povera poesia : soug by Cesarini. 508.
Poveri affetti miei ; fr. opera by Sac-

chini. 328.
Povero cor, tu palpiti ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 314.
Povero fior di clizia : soug by Porpora.

513.
Povero mero zoppo : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Povero zappator : madrigal by Lorenzo

da Firenze. 121.
Poverta, che ogni uno disprezza. v.

Mortale, che pensi.
Poverta, piaghe : song (18th cent.).

588.
"Prancing Dick" (18th cent.). 202

(311).
Pray, sir, be civil (18th cent.). 201

(275).
Pray we to God : round {temp. Henry

VTII.). 26.
Pregare amor vorrei : song by C. Gior-
dano. 512.
Pregovi, donna: madrigal by Trofeo.

171.
Prelat que la faim toujours presse :

soug (after 1744). 550.
Prelats, abbes : soug (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 150).
Preuce, e ver ; f r. opera by Scarlatti.

337.
Prendero dai tuoi bei lumi ; fr. opera

by Vinci. 340.
Prendi, amor : duet by — Veracini. 78.
Prendi 1' aurata [lira] : madrigal by

Lasso. 140.
Prendi, o bella : song by — Martin.

562.
Prendi, o caro ; fr. opera by Paradies.

336.
Prendi quel ferro, o barbaro ; f r. opera

by Leo. 334.
Prends I'anneau : song by A. Marqucric.

637.
Prends, ma Phyllis : song (1728). 522.

V. also Qu'elle est grasse ; etc.
Prends ton tambour : soug (after 1744).

534.
Prenez plaisir: madrigal (16th cent.).

132.
Preuous tous le pauier : duet (1757).

69.
Preparati a meutire : song by Gaspa-

rini. 587.
Preparati a morire : song by Gasparini.

588.
Preparati, o mio core : soug by Scar-



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