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Que la Berry par son emportement :

song (after 1744, etc.). 546, 557

(King's 334, f. 223b).
Que la nature est impuissante : song

(after 1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's

330, f. 170b).
Que le Bourdelois s'evertue : song (after

1744). 554.
Que le cabaret a d'appas. v. Gaston,

qui savez.
Que le ciel pour Broglie ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 275.
Que le Fran^ais : song (after 1744, e^c).

546, 557 (King's 335, f. 116).
Que le parlement ait raison : song



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

336, f. 154b).
Que le petit due. v. Quand le petit due.
Que le pucelage ; fr. opera by Lully.

254.
Que le regent avec sa fille : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f. 14).
Que les yeux tendres : song (after 1744).

553.
Que Marly toujours I'occupe : song

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

332, f. 181).
Que n'ai-je de St. Evremond : song (two

tunes, after 1744, etc.). 554, 557

(King's 337, 2. 114, 186b).
Que n'aimez-vous. v. Monsieur Orry.
Que n'est-il vrai : madrigal (16th

cent.). 129.
Que ne suis-je encore un enfant : song

(1760). 567.

song by J. J. Rousseau. 570.

Que ne suis-je la fleur : song (1760).

567.

song by J. J. Rousseau. 569.

Que ne suis-je la fougere: song (1760).

567.
Que nos prairies ; fr. opera [by Lully].

267.
Que nous goutons de plaisirs : song

(1760). 567.
Que nous viderons de bouteilles : duet

(1757). 68.
Que peut de la raison ; fr. opera [by

Colasse]. 263.
Que i)eut-on faire ; fr. opera (after

1726). 255.
Que pour le combat : song (after 1744,

etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334, f. 141).
Que pres de Wen[den]dal : song (after

1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,

f.216).
Que pr6tends-tu faire : song (after 1744,

etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334, f. 58b).
Que Saint Paris a ses malades : song

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

336, f. 148b).
Que sans 6gard: song (after 1744, etc.).

540, 557 (King's 333, f. 43b).
Que Stanislas: song (after 1744, etc.).

552, 557 (King's 337, ff.46, 184).
Que te sert-il : song by L. Opstraet van

der Moelen. 471.
Que Theodatus. v. Que D6odatus.
Que tout I'univers se pare ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 263.
Que tout le monde seconde : song

(after 1726, etc.). 517, 531.
Que tu nous causes de tourments :

song (after 1744). 530.
Que va faire dans ce clocher : song

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

332, f. 175b).
Que Villars soit un fanfaron : song

(after 1744). 538.



840



INDEX I.



Que vois-je ? C'est Isse ; fr. opera [by

Destouches]. 344.
Que vois-je ! Quel changenient : song

(1747). 558.
Que vos attraits : soug (1615-1618).

468.
Que votre sort est doux : soug (after

1744). 553.
Que vous m'avez fait rire : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Que vous, madame : madrigal by Jos-

quin des Pr^s. 127, 162.
Que vous semble des dames : song (after

1744). 544.
Quebec 's taken (18th cent.). 202 (373).
" Queen Bess' dame of honour" (18th

cent.). 200 (158).
" Queen Mab." v. " Johnny Com-

menda."
"Queen Mary's lamentation." v. I

sigh and lament.
Queen of fancy : glee by T. Carter.

112.
Queen of the lyre : glee by Callcott.

106.
Quegli che par si bello : madrigal by

Clari. 158.
Quegli occhietti : song by Leo. 581.
Quel basci : song by Treuto. 610, 611.
Quel bel fuoco : duet by Steffani. 76.
Quel bel visin ; fr. opera by P. G. Gug-

lielmi. 384.
Quel bello, quel labbro : soug (17th-

18th cent.). 500.
Quel bianco sen : song [? by Vento].

568.
Quel bien devez-vous attendre ; fr.

opera [by Lully]. 264.
Quel bruit sous ce tombeau : duet

(17th cent.). 84.
Quel caprice : duet (1757). 67.
Quel caro amato ; fr. opera by G. F. di

Majo. 294.
Quel chagrin d'avoir un berger : song

(after 1737). 525.
Quel chagrin, disait Lisette : song

(1728). 522.
Quel che mi nega amor : song by Scar-
latti. 589.
Quel chiamarti : duet (early 18th cent.).

62.
Quel chiaro ruscelletto : song by —

Murray. 611.
Quel coeur sauvage. v. Celui qui

fronde.
Quel cor che mi donasti ; fr. opera by

Porpora. 269.
Quel destin : song by Pollaroli. 508.
Quel destrier ; fr. opera by Leo. 270.
Quel dolente pastorello ; fr. opera by

Pergolesi. 335.
Quel espoir de guerir : song by L. Op-

straet van der Moelen. 471.
Quel fausto segno ; fr. opera by Abos.

326.



Quel fior che all' alba ride : trio by

Handel. 654, 659.
Quel fuoco : madrigal (16th cent.). 136.
Quel labbro adorato ; fr. opera (after

1761). 296.

duet by Lodge-Ellertou. 96.

fr. opera by Paisiello. 259.

Quel labbro di coral, v. " Almira."
Quel lauro : madrigal by ]\Iarenzio.

178.
Quel nero turbine ; fr. opera by G.

Caldara. 327.
Quel nocchier che in alto mare ; fr.

opera by Jommelli. 334.
Quel orage imprevu : duet (1757). 68.
Quel plaisir d'aimer : song (after 1744).

548. V. also Souverain juge.
Quel plaisir de boire : duet by Aubert.

64, 67.
Quel plaisir etre aux soldats ; fr. opera

(1644). 226.
Quel plaisir sur I'onde ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 273.
Quel ruscelletto ; fr. opera by Paradies.

276, 335.
Quel siecle : song (after 1744). 554.
Quel sole istesso : trio by Lotti. 657.

trio by Marcello. 654 (2).

Quel spectacle charmant ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 255, etc.
Quel spectacle indecent : song (after

1744). 544.

(another air), v. Quel spectacle

charmant.

Quel spectacle nouveau : song (after
1744). 540.

(another air), v. Quel spectacle

charmant.

Quel tonnerre : duet (after 1737). 64.
Quel traditor : song by Gasparini. 568.
Quel triomphe nouveau: duet (1757).

67.
Quel triomphe, quelle victoire : duet

(1757). 67.
Quel voile iraportun : song [by Mon-

douville]. 568.
Quel volto mi place ; fr. pasticcio by

Cocchi, etc. 297.
Quell' augel ; fr. opera bv Porpora.

346.
Quell' augellin : madrigal by Leoni.

172.
Quell' esser misero. v. " II prigionier

fortunate."
Quell' ombra esser vorrei : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Queir onda che rovina : duet by G. B.

Martini. 71 (14135, f. 17 ; 31675,

f. 15b).
Quella donna real' : madrigal by G. de

Wert. 166.
Quella e mia figlia ; fr. opera by Hasse.

283.
Quella Fileu' son : song by Marcello.

510.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



841



Quella morte che tu brami : song bv

Scarlatti. 589.
Quelle bile noire, v. Jadis un fou.
Quelle brune pupillette : song by Ben-

nati. 562.
Quelle couleur: duet (1757). G8.
Quelle deit6 dans ces lieux : song (after

1744). 554.
Quelle est cette inquietude : song [by

J. J. Rousseau]. 567.
Quelle est done votre impatience : song

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

336, f. 79).
Quelle est la troupe : song (after 1744).

556.
Quelle fierte : song (1728). 523,
Quelle fortune, v. Belle brune.
Quelle foule d'objets : song (after 1744).

554.
Quelle heure est-il, Margot : song (after

1726). V. Ah, grand meroi.
Quelle luci: song (late 17th cent.).

495.
Quelle melancolie: song (after 1744).

550.
Quelle nature: song [by Lully]. 532,

557 (King's 330, f. 166).
Quelle piume bianche : song (earlv 19th

cent.). 611.
Quelle pupille tenere ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
Quelle rose : madrigal [? by Fel. Aneriol.

131, 143.
Quelle source de malheurs : song by

L. Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
Quello e il trono. v. " Giro."
Quello sdegno ; fr. opera by Pergolesi.

337.
Queni virum aut heroa : cantata by

J. P. Reichardt. 17.
Querela annosa ; fr. opera by Gluck.

382.

duet byG. B. Martini. 71 (14135,

f.51; 31675, f.46).

Quest' alma vedrete morire ; fr. opera

by M. A. Valentini. 295.
Questa che dolce canta : madrigal by

M. Santiui. 168.
Questa crudele : madrigal by Gesualdo.

164.

song by Reggio. 486.

Questa di lieti : madrigal by I. Alberti.

129.
Questa dunque e la selva : song by

Porpora. 510, 512, 584.
Questa e Clitia. v. Questo fior.
Questa e 1' ultima : duet by Steffani.

76.
Questa e pur la selva : song (18th-19th

cent.). 609.
Questa fera [gentil] : madrigal by Fer-

retti. 140.
Questa ordi il laccio : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Queste canore voci : song by Paer. 622.



Queste che miro Nice campagne amene :

song bv Porpora. 524 (31516, ff. 87 b,

38b, 52b), 587 (31489, f. 81b), 592, 593

(32588, f. 48b).

Queste non sou piu lagrime : madrigal

by Lasso. 161.
Queste note : madrigal [bv Guamil.

142.
Queste torbide e meste onde : soug by

Scarlatti. 511.
Queste voci dolenti : song by Gasparini.

506.
Questi ad un col. v. Die lume.
Questi che indizio fan : madrigal by

Faiguent. 167, 175, 187.
madrigal by A. Ferrabosco [sen.].

187.
Questi spirti gentil' : song bv G. Casa-

lotti (•?). 492 (36877, f. 118).
Questi, vivo mio sol' : madrigal by

Piccioni. 172.
Questo bello amor : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, If. 94b, 98).
Questo che io serbo in seno ; fr. opera

by Sacchini. 328, 365.
Questo di bei giacinti serto : song by

Scarlatti. 589.
Questo e di Gnido il tempio. v. Ecco

di Gnido.
Questo e dunque il luoco : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Questo e il piano : song by Pergolesi.

523.
Questo e il platano : soug by Porpora.

511, 581, 584.
Questo e 1' acciar di Marte ; fr. opera

by G. Farinelli. 381.
Questo fior : duet by Steffani. 70, 77,

78, 90.
Questo mi porge aita. v. Se io son

alia dolce ombra.
Questo motive ; fr. opera (lSili-19th

cent.). 370.
Questo pallore non vien d' amore ; fr.

opera (?) by Giacomelli. 269, 287.
Questo petto, o nume : song by Colonna.

488.
Questo piccolo rio : song by L. Rossi.

494.
Questo silenzio ombroso : duet by

Durante or Scarlatti. 64, 75, 94.
Qui aime n'a pas de plaisir : song by

L. Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
Qui bien veut amour d(jcrire : words of

song [by Robert La Chievre de

Rheims]. 464 (Eg. 274, f. 115).
Qui craint d'avancer I'heure : song

(18th cent.). 579.
Qui dolcemente spira ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
Qui done est celui qui m'appelle. r.

Quand on eut appris ; Si vous epou-

sez ; etc.
Qui dove alfin m' assido : song by Scar-
latti. 526.



842



INDEX I.



Qui dove corre : madrigal by I. Alberti.

130.
Qui dove il mar : song by Astorga.

584.
Qui est celui qui dira mal : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
Qui est celui qui m'appelle. v. Qui

done est celui.
Qui fait du cordon bleu : song (after

1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334,

f.l48).
Qui f II che mi feri : song by G. Casa-

lottiC?). 492 (36877, f. 67).
Qui r augel di pianta in pianta : song

[? by Handel]. 580.
Qui I'eut cru. v. Un jour la lionne.
Qui '1 regno di contento ; fr. opera by

Sarti. 315.
Qui la croira ; song (after 1744, etc.).

583, 557 (King's 331, f. 63b).
Qui me sequitur. v. Waar is hij.
Qui n'admire I'enfance : song (after

1726). 518.
Qui neir orror : song by Astorga. 591.
Qui pourrait dire : madrigal by Gom-

bert. 134.
Qui sera de I'empereur successeur :

song (after 1744, etc.). 554, etc.
Qui t'a fait cette teinture : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f.l23b).
Qui veggio i fior' : duet by Marcello.

79, 83 (32673, f. 51).
Qui verrait : song (after 1726). 519.
Qui veut ouir : song (after 1744, etc.).

544, 557 (King's 334, f.93b).
Qui veut savoir de nos cantons : song

(1728). 522.
Qui vieni, ingrata : song by Scarlatti.

514.
Quickly send it. v. Hero, kiss me.
Quiconque a fait cette chanson : song

(after 1749). 557.
Quiconque aurait vu : song (after 1744,

etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330, f.215b).
Quien quiere eutrar conmigo : song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 49b).
" Quinto Fabio " (?). v. Morro.
Quis me statim : motet [?by Byrd].

195 (2).
Quis multa gracilis te, puer, in rosa :

motet by J. Fries and H. Textor.

197.
Quite contrary, r. The contrary wind.
"Quite prodigious" (18th cent.). 201

(255).
Quittez la grande ville : song (after

1744). 534.
Quittez votre camp : song (after 1744,

etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333, f. 201).
Quittons, amis: song (18th cent.). 579.
Quittons notre houlette : song (after

1726). 520.
Quoi ? Camper en cette saison. v.

Ch^rira qui voudra.



Quoi ? Chaque coup que je bois ; fr.

opera (after 1726). 254.
Quoi? Dans I'hiver; fr. opera [?by

Lully]. 256.
Quoi ? Dira-t-on rien : song (after

1749). 557.
Quoi ? J'aurais pu vous amuser : song

(after 1744). 555.
Quoi, ma voisine. v. Ne parlons plus.
Quoi ? Pour La Touche : song (after

1744, etc.). 553, 557 (King's 337,

fE.113, 183).
Quoi? Sans cesse : song (after 1744).

535.
Quoi ? Vous partez : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 580.
Quoiqu'un juste depit ; fr. opera [by

L. Lully and J. B. Lully, jun.].

264.
Quoique pasteur : song (after 1744, etc.).

550, 557 (King's 336, f.91b).
Quoth Hodge, my fortune's made :

catch (after 1812). 44.
Quoth Jack on a time : catch by

Hilton. 46.
Quoth Richard in jest : catch by

Holder. 31.

Race vagabonde ; fr. opera by Balfe.

442.
Racine, cet homme excellent : song

(after 1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's

332, f.74b).
"Radamisto"; by Capelli. v. Prima

al fonte.
opera by Handel. 338, 446. v.

also Alzo al volo di mia fama ; Cara

sposa, amato bene ; Ombra cara ;

Stragi.

by Porpora. v. E troppo bella ;



Volo il mio sangue a spargere.
Raddoppiate, o cari sguardi : duet by

Marcello. 79, 83 (32673, f. 18).
"Rag" (18th cent.). 199 (31).
Ragion chi pretende : duet by J. G.

Naumann. 84.
"Ragonde": opera by Mouret. v. II

est dans notre voisinage.
Raise, raise the voice : ode bv H. Pur-
cell. 212.
Raise the song of mourning : glee by

Stevens. 114 (2).
Raised is my mind : madrigal (early

16th cent.). 124.
Raisin encore: song (after 1744). 531.

fr. opera [by Colasse]. 256.

Raison le veut : madrigal by N. G[om-

bert]. 134.
Rammentati, ben mio ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 277.
Ramoneurs que 1' indigence : song (after

1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's 332,

f. 193).
Ranting, roaring Willie, v. Rattling

roaring Willie.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



843



Rapace, ingordo : madrigal by Pales-

triua. 163.
Rapatat. v. Rupalet.
Rare exploit: song (after 1744). 530.
Rare grazie : madrigal [by Jan de Gero].

142.
Rasserena il vago ciglio ; fr. opera by

Rauzzini. 365.
Rattling roaring Willie : Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207 (29371, nos. 34,

58).

V. also Around this festive table.

Raving winds : song arranged by Haydn.

618 ;— by Kozeluch. 602, 603

(35278, f. 19), 604 (35279, f. 7).
Ravvediti, mio core : duet by Stefiani.

69, 77, 80, 90.
Read in these roses : song by H. Lawes.

477.
" Reasonable animals " : words of opera

by Dibdin. 380. For music, v. I

sing of a war ; I sing Ulysses.
Reca la pace ; fr. opera by Hasse. 266,

278, 287.
Recagli quell' acciaro ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 328.
Re(;ebid sacras. v. En las riberas.
Recipe di quegli occhi ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 291.
Recipe ogni minuto ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
R6confortez le petit coeur : madrigal by

Canis. 160.
Recuerdo en vano : song (early 19th

cent.). 615.
Red glows the forge : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 603.
Regio fior : song by Astorga. 585.
Regnando appresi : song by Mancini.

564.
Regno, amour, dans ces bocages : song

(after 1737). 525. v. also Quand

I'Auteur ; etc.
Regne, amour, dans nos ames : duet

(1757). 68.
Regne, amour, dans nos bocages. v.

Regne amour dans ces bocages.
Regne, amour, regne sur nos ames ; fr.

opera [by Campra]. 264.
Regne, amour, sur nos ames : duet

(1757). 67.
Regne, Mars: song (after 1744). 553.
Regnez avec douceur ; fr. opera (1752-

1753). 292.
■"Regrets d' absence." v. Tristes ^chos.
Reine, a ton sort fatal, v. Reine, ton

sort fatal.
Reine, des fleurs la plus belle : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
Reine des fleurs, que j'ai tant d6sir6e :

madrigal (early 16th cent.). 123.
Reine des fleurs, que je desire : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
madrigal (1st half of 16th cent.).

127.



Reine, je tiens ma promesse : song

(after 1744). 548.
Reine, ne vous 6tonnez pas : song (after

1744, etc.). 555, 557 (King's 337,

ff. 119b, 183b).
Reine, souffrez qu'un bon Franc^ais :

song (after 1744, etc.). 548, 557

(King's 336, f. lib).
Reine, ton sort fatal : song (after 1744,

etc.). 554, 557 (King's 337, ff. 160b,

185).
Rejoice, our brethren : glee (1771). 100.
R6jouissons-nous : madrigal (two ver-
sions) by [J. T.] G[erarde]. 134,

135.

madrigal by G. di Rore. 160.

Religion, hail : ode by Callcott. 217.
Rem bene si memini : glee by S. Webbe.

100.
Remember me in tliat dear hour ; fr,

opera by Balfe. 430.
Remember when we walk'd alone ; fr.

opera [by Arnold]. 323.
Remuons toutes ces fiUes : song (1728).

523.
Rendetevi, o pensieri; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235.
Rendez-nioi luon leger bateau, v. On

m'avait dit.
Rendez-vous, beautes : song (after

1744, etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331,

f.45).
Rendi al mio cor la pace : song by

Lotti. 584.
Rendi il sereno al ciglio; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
Rendi, o cara ; fr. opera by Sarti. 313,

365.
Rendimi i lacci miei; fr. opera by

Hasse. 265.
Rendimi il core : song (early 19th cent.).

612.
Rendimi la mia pace: song (1683?).

485.
Rendimi, o bella Irene : song by Por-

pora. 564.
Rendimi pin sereno ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Replicavau las campanilas : duet (1678-

1682). 55.

song (17th cent.). 491.

Reposez-vous, bon chevalier : song by

Hortense, Queen of Holland. 623.
Reprends, Venus, v. Les J6suites, nos

bons amis.
Reprenez le president : song (after 1744,

etc.). 536, 557 (King's 331, f. 207b).
" Reprisals." v. " The cottage."
"Resignation." t;. Lisch aus.
Resistor non si puo : song (after 1699).

490.
Resolutio of the Rota : canon by Leigh-
ton, resolved by Warren-Horne. 7.
Resound, ye hills, my mournful lay :

song [by Callcott]. 574.



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INDEX I.



Resound, ye hills, my mournful strains :

glee by Callcott. 100, 106.
Respice fatorum domitrices. •;;. Ante-

venis virides.
Rest awhile : madrigal by J. Dowlaud.

132.
Rest, beauteous flow'r ; fr. opera [by

W. Jackson of Exeter]. 323.
Rest me here: song (1615-1G26). 469.
Rest now, Amphion : madrigal bv

Bennet. 174 (31442, f. 21b, etc.).
Resta di darmi noia : madrigal by

Gesualdo. 164.
Resta di me sicura ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Resta in braccio. r. "Giro" ; by Scar-
latti.
Resta in pace : song by L. K. Widmann.

609, 613.
Resta, ingrata ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

36.5.
Restate immobili : duet ["? by Beren-

clow]. 60.
Restero, ma pensa ; fr. opera by Righini.

385.
Restless in thought ; fr. opera [by J.

Eccles]. 244.
Resto, o mia cara : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Resto per te ; fr. opera by — Redi. 343.
" Resurrection" : melody by — Snart(?).

201 (242).
Resurrexit a mortuis this holy St. Fran-
cis : madrigal (early 17th cent.). 137.
Retire, my thoughts, unto your rest

again : madrigal by Weelkes. 1.52,

183.
Retire, my troubled soul : madrigal by

Ward. 153.
" Retirement." v. To these lov'd

shades.
Retirer il me faut : madrigal by Cv&-

quillon. 134.
Retirez-moi des places d' Alsace : song

(after 1744). 532.
song (another setting, after 1749).

557 (King's 330, f. 223). r. also

Delivrez-moi (after 1726).
Return, Alpheus : glee by Callcott. 107.
Return, return, my lovely maid : mad-
rigal by F. Hutcheson. 181 (2).
Reveillez-vous, belle endormie : song

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

331, f. 91b), etc. v. also Or ecoutez

la belle histoire ; etc.
Reveillez-vous, mechants buveurs : duet

(1757). 69.
Revcillez vous, tous : madrigal [? by

J. T. Gerarde]. 134, 135.
R6veillous-nous ; fr. opera [by Lully].

2.56.
Revenant de Saint Denis. t\ Pour

Saint Medard.
Revenez, aimable bergere : song (after

1744). 543.



opera by Handel. 446-
r. also Alto Immenso-



Revenez, amours; fr. opera [by Lully]..

267.
Revenez, grand monarque : song (after

1726, etc.). 540, 557 (King's 333,,

f. 38), etc.
Revenez, Monseigneur : song (after

1726). 518.

(another setting, after 1744). 530.

Revenez, Monsieur le cardinal. v^

Revenez, Monseigneur.
Revered shade : glee (1775-1822). 102.
Reves (?) d'amours : madrigal by Jan de

Gero. 172.
Reviens, cher amant : song (after 1744).

552.
Reviens vers moi : madrigal (16tli

ceot.). 132.
"Rheged": song arranged by Havdn.

620, 621 (35275, ff. 5, 18b).
"Rhyfelgyrch cadbeu Morgan": song

arranged by Haydn. 621 (35274,

f.29; 35275, ff . 9b, 2:3b).
Ribaudon suit a la piste : song (after

1726). 518.

song (after 1749). v. La Ribaudon.

Ribellatevi : duet by Steft'ani. 69, 77,

90.
"Ricardo I"

(marches).

Poter.
Ricciutella pargoletta : song by G Casa-

lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 98b).
Rich is the sun : song by J. Barnett.

629.
"Richard Snary" (18th cent.). 199

(61).
Richelieu est dans I'enfer : song (after

1744). 529.
Richelieu, Mazarin, Fleury : song (after

1744). 554.
Richelieu, voulez-vous plaire. v. Riche-
lieu, vous voulez,
Richelieu, vous voulez plaire : song

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

332, f.62b).
Riches chance may take : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.
"Ricimero" (?). v. Creto fatal.
" Ricimero, re dei Goti " : opera by Jom-

melli. V. Per un momento almeno.
opera by G. F. di Majo. 443. r,

also Empio, gia so.
Ricordati, ben mio ;

Piccinni. 285.
Ricordati che sola sei

Pescetti. 276.
Ricordati, mio cor: song (18th cent.).

585.
Ricordati, o bella : song by Predieri.

527.
Rida il mar : sereuata by Sarri. 15.
Ride il ciel ; fr. opera by Hasse. 282.
Ridero : song by Scarlatti. 589.
Ridi, o sorte ; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

234.



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■" Kidotta " (18th cent.). 201.
Ridotto ormai ; fr. opera (18th-19th

cent.). 370.
Kiedi, amico : song (1683 ?). 485.
liieu n'est de foi : song (after 1744,

etc.). 651, 557 (King's 33G, f. 99b).
Rien n'est jjIus certain : song (18th

cent.). 579.
" Rienzi " : fragment of opera by

Wagner. 431.
Eifrena il passo : madrigal bv A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 27).
Right sore oppress'd am I : madrigal

(after 1604). 144.
" Rigoletto " : opera by Verdi. 450.
Rijk god, nw moet ik trenren : madrigal

(1st half of 16th cent.). 129.
Rijk god, wien zal ik klagen : madrigal

(1st half of 16th cent.). 129.
Rimanti in pace : song bv Carapella.

502.
Rimaser le parole : madrigal [? by

Croce]. 143.
Rimirarvi. r. Think not that I will.
" Rinaldo " : opera by Handel. 439,

446 (marches). r. also Abbrucio ;

E un incendio ; II tricerbero; Mio

cor; ]Molto voglio ; Snlla rnota.
■" Rinaldo and Armida " : opera by

J. Eccles. 242. v. also No more

invade.
" Rinaldo ed Armida." i:. " Armida."
Ring, ring the bar-bell of the world :

song (1789). 574.
Ring, ring the bells : catch bv Blow.

28, 37.
Ring the bells: catch (18th cent.). 35.
Rio destin: duet by Steffani. 70 (2),

77, 78, 80.
Rions, buvons : song (1760). 566.
Ripe 'sparagus : catch by Savage. 34.
Riposa in me ; fr. opera liv Caldara.

382.
Riposa nel mio cor: song (1718-1729?).

512.
Riposo uon ha la vita ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 234.
Rise, Cynthia, rise : glee bv Hook.

109.
Rise, mv jov: glee by S. Webbe, sen.

99.
Rise, princely shepherd ; fr. opera by

Hilton. 227.
Rise up, mv dear : trio bv Playford.

655.
Riso deir idol mio : madrigal bv Clari.

168, 180, 190.
Risolvete di sanarmi ; song (after 1699).

4C0.
Risolvetevi, pensieri : song by B. Strozzi.

482.
Rispondete si: song (17th -18th cent.).

499.
Rispondi, favella : fr. opera bv Galuppi.

296.



Risuoni festante : song [? by Draghi

and Berenclow]. 501.
Ritenga la virtu. tJ. "Scipione nelle

Spagne."
Ritorna a questo seno ; fr. opera by

Porta. 268.
Ritorna a riposar : song (1698?). 490.
Ritorna al caro bene ; fr. opera by

Bernasconi. 265.
Ritorna al vago Aprile : song by Astorga.

511.
Ritorna gia nel viso ; fr. opera [l)y

Mancini]. 248.
Ritorna in questo sen ; fr. opera by

Leo. 342.
Ritornero alia cara ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 328.
Ritorno a rivedervi : song (1706-1726).

506.
" Ritter Friihling." v. Der Friihling

ist ein starker Held.
"Ritter Roland." v. "Orlando Pala-

dino."
Rivi, fontane : madrigal bv ]\Iarenzio.

178.
Rivo che tumido : song (1712). 510.
Roaming through the meadows : part-
song by Hatton. 456.
"Rob of the fen" : opera bv Marsch-

ner. 422-3.
"Rob Roy" : Scotch tune (18th cent.).

208.
" Robin a Roy." v. " Rob Roy."
" Robin Adair." v. O had I a cave.
"Robin Hood": part of opera bv

Dibdin. 373.
"Robin in a bed" (18th cent.). 201

(230).
Robin is my only Jo : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 8,

16b, 23b) ;— by Weber. 630.
Robin ist mein Einziger. v. Robin is

my only Jo.
"Robin precepteur." v. Aupres d'un

buisson.
Robin s'en va : song (18th cent.). 579.
"Robin Turelure." v. Politique Mas-

sillon ; etc.
' ' Rodelinda " : part of opera by Handel.

297. V. also Ahi, perche, giusto ciel ;



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