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D' ogni crudel martir ; Si rivedro la

sola mia speranza ; Sono i colpi ;

Vivi, tiranno.
" Roderigo " : part of opera by Handel.

445.
"Rodney for ever." r. Again, Britannia,

smile.
"Roger and James." i:. "The beaux'

delight."
" Roger de Coverlev, New " (18th cent.).

200 (151).
• ' Roger de Coverley, Old." Two settings

(18th cent.). 200 (152), 202 (345).
Rohan, le bruit court : song (after

1744V 554.



846



INDEX I.



Roi n6 pour la chasse : song (after

1744). 551.
"Roland " : opera (after 1726). v. " La

mariee de Roland."

part of the opera [by LuUy]. 263,

264. V. also Ah, j'attendrai; Ah,
quel tourment ; Au genereux Du
Lys ; Au milieu d'une paix; C'est
I'amour ; Courtebonne est riche ;
Dans nos climats ; La mere, certain,
se fache ; Vivez en paix.

Roland avec Amotion : song (after 1744,

etc.). 547, 557 (King's 335, f. 140).
Roland en f urie ; fr. opera (after 1726).

254, 257.
Rome eut jadis deux Fabius : song

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

333, f . 161).
"Romeo and Juliet." Part of the

dirge, adapted by Bishop fr. Arne.

398.
"Romeo e Giuletta." v. Oime, gia

vengo.
" Romolo ed Ersilia " : oiiera by Hasse.

300.
Rondinella, a cui rapita fu ; fr. opera

(mid. 18th cent.). 287.
Rondinella, che d' intorno : duet (early

18th cent.). 62.
Rondinella loquace : madrigal by Fat-

torini. 168.
Rondinella vaga : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 506, 590.
Room for cuckolds : incidental music

by — Morgan. 232.
Room for th' express : catch by H.

Purcell. 29, 37 (31462, f. 12b), 39, 42.
Roquelaure et St. Maigrin : song (after

1744, etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330, f. 8).
"Rosabel of Aragon " ; fr. opera by

Bishop. 397.
"Rosamond": opera (late 18th cent.).

V. They're phantoms all.

incidental music by T. A. Arne.

265.

" Rosaura " (?) : opera by D. Sarri.
V. E vuoi con dure tempre.

melodrama by Scarlatti. 245, 277.

V. also Non ban core.

" Rosaura fedele." v. "La Rosaura."
"Rosbale": opera by Porpora. 262.
Rose beate : madrigal by Grandi. 162.
Rose bianche : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Rose indegne ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 236.
Roses, their sharp spines being gone :

glee by S. Wesley. Ill, 117, 119.
"Rosina" (?) : opera by Nasolini. v.

Non son bella.

■ opera by Shield. 419.

"Roslyu castle": Scotch song (18th

cent., etc.). 207, 605.
— — ■ song arranged by Haydn. 619.
" Rosmene " : opera by Porpora. 269.



Rosminda ; o Dio : song by Mancini.

506.
" Rosmira fedele." v. " La Rosmira."
Rossignols amoureux ; fr. opera [by

Rameau]. 263.
Rossignols, qui chantez : song (after

1794). 577.
Rosy god of wine : glee by W. Linley.

111.
" Rothiemurchus' rant." v. Lassie wi'

the lint-white locks.
Round about, all in a ring. v. Round

about, in a fair ring.
Round about, in a fair ring : madrigal

by Bennet. 166, 199.
Row the boat, Whifctington : catch

(late 18th cent.). 38.
" Roxana." v. " Alessandro."
Roy siffl6 ; fr. opera by Destouches,

274.
Roy's wife : song (late 18th cent.). 596.

V. also Down the bank.
song arranged by Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, ff. 9, 17, 24b).
Rubies and pearls, v. Perle, rubini.
" Riibezahl" : opera by Weber. -;;. " Der

Beherrscher der Geister."
" Ruf zur Freude." v. Dieses weise

Spriichlein.
" Rugautiuo " : opera by Busby. 392.
"Ruggiero": opera by Hasse. 302.
" Ruggiero amoroso" ; opera by

Hasse (?). 342.
Rugiadose, odorose violette : song by

Scarlatti. 589.
Ruin seize thee, ruthless king : ode [by

Callcott]. 218.
Ruisenor che volando vas

18th cent.). 499.
Ruisseau, combien de fois : song (1728).

522.
Ruisseau, qui baignes : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 569.
Ruisseaux, pleins de malheurs : duet

(1620-1621). 53.
"Rule, Britannia." v. When Britons

first.
"Rumour " (18th cent.). 200 (155).
Run up the scale : part-song by Hatton.

457.
Rupalet dans son manoir : song (after

1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332,

f. 93b).
"Rural beauty." v. Flora, goddess.
"Rural felicity": opera by Bishop.

421.
Rural sports : catch adapted from —

Le Clere. 32.
Ruscelletto limpidetto : song (1717-

1737). 503.
"Russell's triumph." i;. Thursday, in

the morn.

S'era alquanto addormentato : song [by
L. Rossi]. 494, 496.



song (17th-



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



847



S'il ne fallait que bien aimer ; song

by Handel. 642.
S'ils ont de la religion : song (after

1744). 556.
S' invola il die d' amore : song by

G. [? B.] Buononcini. 490, 505.
Sa quest' : madrigal (? 16th cent.). 142.
Sabina has a thousand charms ; song

by Blow. 505.
Sabrina fair ; fr. masque by H. Lawes.

325.
Sack is the prince of wines : glee by J.

Wilson. 112.
Sacred Pan : madrigal by N. Patrick.

149.
Sacredi6 ! La nouvelle est bonne : song

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

332, f. 167b).
Sacro lauro coronate : motet by Cafaro.

195.
Sacro orrore ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

346.
Sad is my day : glee by Callcott. 105.
Sad winter pass'd : glee by Stevens.

103.
" Sadak and Kalasrade": opera by

C. S. Packer. 411 (2), 424.
Sadly from her turret gazing : part-
song by Hatton. 456.
Sae flaxen were her ringlets : song

adapted by Haydn. 619.
Sae merry as we hae been : Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 206.
Saetta, che 1' arco : song (18th cent.).

588.
" Saffo " : opera by Pacini. 431.
Saggio (?) quante magagne ; fr. opera

by Cocchi. 284.
Sai pur se io vivo ; fr. o])era (1712). 249.
Said a smile to a tear; fr. opera (?), by

Bishop. 398.
"Saint Bride's bells" (18th cent.).

202 (368).
"Saint Cecilia [at school]." v. "The

musical mentor."
Saint Gelais sur les sombres herds ; fr.

opera by L. LuUy and J. B. LuUy,

jun. 254.
" Saint George for England." v. I love

the sweet sounds.
Saint Germain, depuis quelque temps :

song (after 1744). 530.
" Saint Giles' pound " (18th cent.). 201.
"Saint James' basin" (18th cent.).

199 (20).

Saint Maigrin : song (after 1749). 557.
"Saint Martin's lane" (18th cent.).

200 (132).

"Saint Paul du troisieme etage." v.

Ecoutez, belle princesse ; etc.
Saint Pavin ; fr. opera [by Lully]. 253.
Saint pere, je viens devant vous : song

(after 1744). 544.
Saint Ruth, Chalais : song (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 135b).



Sainte facile: song (after 1744, etc.).

546, 557 (King's 335, ff. 9, 105).
Sainte Hermine : song (after 1744, eic).

540, 557 (King's 333, f. 46b).
Sainte madame ; fr. opera by Balfe.

427.
Sainte Marguerite. v. Trompettes,

taisez-vous.
Sainte vaillante : song (after 1744, etc.).

548, 557 (King's 336, f. 22).
Sais-tu bien ce qu'on a trouv6 : song by

J. J. Rousseau. 565.
Sais-tu bien, mon cher : duet (1757).

68.
Sais-tu du parlement : song (after 1744).

551.
Salamalee : duet (1757). 68.
Salda rupe ; fr. opera by Jommelli. 301.
Saldi marmi : duet by Steffani. 69, 77,

78, 80, 81 (2), 90.
Salt fish and dumplings (18th cent.).

200 (92).
Salve, quEe roseo : motet by T. Susato.

195.
Salve, radix varios producens germine

ramos : canon by W. Peto (?). 1.
Salvo tu vuoi lo sposo ; fr. opera by
Piccinni. 293.

fr. opera by Sala. 295.

" Samori " : opera by G. J. Vogler. 391,
" Sancio Pansa." v. Amor del gran

Sancio.
Sanctus, The black, v. The black

Sanctus.
"Sandy laddie": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
"Sandy o'er the lea." v, I winna

marry ony man.
"Sandy of bounie Dundee." v. They

call me the lassie.
"Sandy's ghost." v. The moon had

climla'd.
Sangreich war dein Ehrenweg. v.

Klarster Stimme.
Sans aimer homme : madrigal (early

15th cent.). 120.
Sans craindre Iris : song (18th cent,),

580.
Sans le dieu de la tendresse ; fr. opera

[by F. Collin de Blamont]. 295.
Sans lever le pied : madrigal by Clemens

non papa. 160, 176.
Sans liberty : madrigal by J. [? T.]

Gerarde. 161.
Sans regarder derriere toi : song (after
1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334,
f. 12).
Sans soins : song (after 1726). 521.
Sans son Dieu: song (after 1744). 545.
Sans tambours: song (after 1744). 547.
Sans y penser a Thyrsis j'ai su plaire :

song by Handel. 642.
"Santa Genuinda " : pasticcio by G.
del Violone, A. Scarlatti and C. F.
Pollarolo. 280.



848



INDEX I.



Santi numi ; fr. opeua (18th cent.).

335.
Santo al core ; fr. opera by Cafaro. 851.
Saper vorrei se in' ami : duet by Haydn.

94.
Sapessi almeu : duet by Gasparini. 66.
Sapete che in amor ; fr. opera [by G. B.

Buononcini]. 281,446 (32587, f. 25b).
Sapias, vina liques : song (18th cent.).

592.
"Sappho": ballet [by Hummel]. 387.

For overture, i\ 395.
" Sappho to Venus." i-. Venus.
Sappi che al nascer ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 260.

■ fr. opera by R. di Capua. 268.

Sappi resistere ; fr. opera [? bv Boretti].

235.
Saprai che la face : song by Gasparini (?).

563.
Sara delle armi ; fr. opera by Traetta.

289.
Sara vezzosa ; fr. opera by Hasse. 261.
Sarai contenta : song [by Handel]. 582.
Sarai mia cara : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 562.
" Sardanapal " : part of opera by 0.

Bach. 440.
Sarebbe nell' amar : song by Paer. 614.
Sarei troppo felice : song by Handel.

558, 560, 582.
Saria piacer : song by Paer. 614.
Saria pur dolce : song by Scarlatti.

589.
Sassi che or qua : song bv Reggio.

482, 495.
" Satanella " : opera by Balfe. 440.
Satiati, amor: madrigal by Marenzio.

180.
Satio di tormentarmi : madrigal by

Palestrina. 163.
Savante D'Acier : song (after 1744).

547.
Savants promoteurs des moissons :

words of song (1768). 569.
Savez-vous a quelle couleur : song

(1728). 522.
Savez-vous bien que I'Antechrist : song

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

333, f. 125b).
Savez-vous qu'a fait Jeannot : song

(1728). 523.
Savez-vous que cette liqueur : song

(after 1737). 525.

■ duet (1757). 67.

Savez-vous qui demeure : song (after

1726). 519.
Savez-vous qui s'est declare : song

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

333, f. 22).
Savoyards, AUemands : song (after 1744,

etc.). 541, 557 (King's 3.33, f. 116).
Saw ye Johnny comin' : song (late 18th

cent.). 595.
song arranged by Haydn. 617.



Saw ye my father : song arranged by
Haydn. 621. r. also Where are the
joys.

Saw ye my love, Peggy, v. Saw ye nae
my kind Peggy.

Saw ye my sister, Sarah (18th cent.).
202 (294).

Saw ye nae my kind Peggy: Scotch
tune (18th cent.). 207.

Saw ve nae my Maggie : Scotch tune
(18th cent.). 207.

Saw ye pass by : glee (1771-1803). 100.

Saw you the nvmph : glee by Stevens.
103.

" Sawney, the Scot." v. "The Taming
of the Shrew."

Say, as her grief; from table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.

Say, can pow'r: glee by S. Wesley.
110, 119, 120.

Say, Dance, how shall we go ; f r. masque
by G. Jeffreys. 228.

Say, dear, when will your frowning
leave : madrigal by Weelkes. 183.

Say, dear, will you not have me : mad-
rigal by Morlev. 169, 174 (31413,
f.39b).

Say, Fanny, wilt thou go ; fr. opera by
Dibdin. 377.

Say, father Thames : glee by Callcott.
106.

Say, fond love, what seekest thou : duet
(after 1614). 53.

Sav, Galatea, since our coming hither :
madrigal by [T.] Wilkinson. 148,
153.

Sav, gentle nymphs : glee (late 18th
cent.). 105.

Say, lads and lasses : song by Hook.
615.

Say, lady, will you love me. v. Say,
wanton, will you love me.

Say, lovely vouth : glee by Callcott.
i06, 109.

Say, Phyllis, will you love me : madri-
gal by Weelkes. 167.

Say, soldier, which ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.

Say, wanton, will you love me : madri-
gal by Weelkes. 191.

Say when this cheek : song by Bishop.
634.

Says my father ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 644.

Says Plato, whv should man be vain:
song (1789). "574.

Says Sue to Prue : catch (after 1812).
44.

Says the parson ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.

Sbagliate, signor conte ; fr. opera (mid.
18th cent.). 284.

Scacciata dal suo nido : song (18th
cent.). 593.

" Scaramuccia." v. They bind.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



849



Scarce come to London ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.
Sceglier fra mille ; fr. opera by Leo.

266.
— — fr. opera by Pergolesi. 276.
Scelerata fortuna : madrigal by Clari.

158,177.
Scendi dal Paradiso : madrigal by

Marenzio. 172.
Scendi, o cara ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

307.
Scendi propizia ; fr. opera (after 1766).

301.
Scene cbo un di. v. 'Mid tbese scenes.
Scherza il noccbier ; fr. opera by —

Corselli. 843.

fr. opera by Traetta. 348.

Scherza in mar ; f r. opera by Handel.

269.
Scherza 1' onda : song (after 1699). 491.
Scherzin le aure : song by Colonna.

488.
Schon ist es auf Gottes Welt : song by

G. C. Grosheim. 599.
Schon, schon ist diese Welt : duet

by W. [F. E.] Bach. 91.
Scinthia. v. Cynthia.
Scintillarmi. v. Chiari kimi.
Sciocca pur : song by [J.] Baptiste

[Lully?]. 481,483,484,498.
Sciogli , ardito noccbier : song by Reggio.

486.
Sciogliero le mie catene : canon by

Metastasio. 8.
Sciolto avevan dall' alte sponde : can-
tata by Carissimi. 14, 15 (2).
Sciolto in placidi umori : song by G. B.

Buononciiii. 509.
Sciolto Ulisse. v. Ecco, 1' alba ; by

Carissimi.
" Scipione " : opera by Handel, v.

Dimmi, cara.
"Scipione nelle Spagne " : opera by

Scarlatti. 249, 336.
Scoglio die in mezzo al mar : song by

D. B. Sabbadini. 501.
Scoglio che in mezzo all' onde : song by

R. di Capua. 506.
Sconsigliato consiglio : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 562.
Scoprite a me serene : song by Or. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 87b).
Scorgo il fiume : song by Scarlatti.

515, 589.
Scorron gli anni. v. Non lasciar languir.
Scorta siate ; fr. opera bv Handel.

340.
" Scotch contention " (18th cent.). 207.
" Scotch contention, New " (18th cent.).

207.
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled ;

fr. opera ('?), by Bishop. 398.

■ song arranged by Haydn. 618.

Scriberis vario fortis : motet by J. Fries

and H. Textor. 197.

II



Scrive d' orror di morte : song by Man-

cini. 509.
Scrivo in te 1' amato nome : song by

Porpora. 524 (31516, ff.39b, 56), 587

(31489, f.89b), 593 (32588, f.52b).
Scusatemi ! Non posso : song (1681).

481.
Scusi, perdoni : canon by G. B. Martini.

12.
Sdegnato e il ciel : song by Porta.

527.
Sdegno, amor : quartet by Scarlatti.

457.
Sdegno ed amor : madrigal by Gas-

parini. 166.
Sdegno fiero : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 561.
Sdegno la fiamma estinse : madrigal

by Scarlatti. 165.
Se a chiamar il caro bene : song (1712).

510.
Se a ciascun 1' inferno affanno : canon

by Zingarelli. 9.
Se a languir ti condanno : song (18th

cent.). 585.
Se a me torranno i dei ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 266, 287.
Se a motir vol mi guidate : song (17th-

18th cent.). 500.
Se a morire : duet by Steffani. 77.
Se a quel fiero dolor : song by Scarlatti.

589.
Se a te piacque : song by Scarlatti.

563.
Se a vedervi : madrigal by IMareuzio.

179.
Se ad un costante cor ; fr. opera by

Handel. 339.
Se ai vostri rai : madrigal by Trofeo.

171.
Se al ciglio lusinghiero; fr. opera (?),

by Hasse. 269, 282.
Se al labbro mio uon credi ; fr. opera

(mid. 18th cent.). 287.

fr. opera by Pampani. 276.

Se al mio sincero affetto ; fr. pasticcio

[by Conforti, etc.]. 288.
Se alia patria ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

306.
Se allor che per pigliar : madrigal by

G. de Wert. 166.
Se altra fiamma : madrigal [by Bel-

lasio]. 142.
Se amor con un contento : song by

Scarlatti. 588.
Se amor fa il nido : duet by L. Asioli.

95.
Se amor mai : song (two settings, earlv

19th cent.). 610, 612.
Se amor per me: duet [? by Vento].

72.
Se amore ha questo petto ; fr. opera by

Abos. 326.
Se armi a miei danni ; fr. opera bv

Handel. 340.

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850



INDEX I.



Se bella sono : duet by G. [? B.] Buo-

noncini. GO.
Se ben lungi dal tuo core : song by

Caldara. 558.
Se ben tuona il ciel. v. " Silla."
Se braniate cbe io mora : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Se brami sapere : song (early 19th

cent.). 610.
Se cedo ; fr. opera (mid. 18th cent.).

288.
Se cerca, se dice ; fr. opera by Cima-

rosa. 372, 385.

fr. opera by Galuppi. 259, 289.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 345, 385.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 301, 344.

■ fr. opera by Piccinni. 385.

fr. opera by Sarti. 385.

Se chiedo arene al mare : song by

Pasquini. 513.
Se con stille frequenti : duet by Lotti.

91, 176.
Se correndo in seno al mare : song

(17th-18th cent.). 501.
Se cosi dolce e il duolo : duet by

Bigaglia. 80.
Se costante ognor sarai ; fr. opera by

Gardi. 367.
Se costante, se fedel ; fr. opera by

Paisielio. 364.
Se d' amore incerto sei : song by Arri-

goni. 584.
Se d' angue vorace : song (1st half of

18th cent.). 559.
Se d' un amor ; fr. opera by Terradellas.

272.

fr. opera by Vinci. 340.

Se da begli occhi : madrigal by I.

Alberti. 129.
Se dardo pungente : duet (late 17th

cent.). 59.
Se dei miei : madrigal (late 16th cent.).

131.
Se del fiume ; fr. opera by Gluck. 288.

fr. opera by G. Manna. 272.

Se del mio duolo : song by G. del

Violone. 587.
Se delle voglie sue : madrigal by A.

Padovano. 167.
Se desiate : naadrigal by Merula. 162.
Se di costumi santi : madrigal by A.

della Faj;a. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 14b).
Se di grazie ; fr. opera by Alessandri.

360.
Se di me vol vedeste : song by Bigaglia.

558.
Se di Psiche le guancie : song by Scar-
latti. 513.
Se di te piu vezzosa : song (1715-1724 ?).

510.
Se di Tisbe ; fr. opera by Scarlatti.

336.
Se dopo; fr. opera [?by K. H. Graun].

288.
Se e delitto : song by Porpora. 528.



Se e ver che t' accendi ; fr. opera (mid.
18th cent.). 284.

fr. opera by Perez. 298.

Se egli e ver : madrigal by Nenna.

167.
Se esce con fui ia ; fr. opera by G.

Scarlatti. 271.
Se fedel, cor mio, tu sei ; fr. opera by

Sammartini. 336.
Se fiato in corpo ; fr. opera by Cima-

rosa. 373.
Se fida a te : operatic aria hj Rutini.

403.
Se fido tu m' adori ; fr. opera [? by

Galuppi]. 283.
Se fossi pecorella ; fr. opera by Piccinni.

349.
Se fra queste erbe : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 167.
Se gelosia crudele : song by Fago. 524.
Se gh'e amor : song [? by Vento]. 569.
Se gia fatto pittore : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Segia r amai, crudele : madrigal (before

1798, etc.). 165, 174.
Se giammai da speco : song by Capelli.

528.
Se Giove : madrigal [? by 0. Ballis].

143.
Se gli uomini ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

291, 344.
Se hai da mirar vaghezza : song by

Bennati. 562.
Se il canto solo: song (18th cent.).

585.
Se il ciel mi divide ; fr. opera by J.

[C] Bach. 327.

fr. opera by Perez. 259.

Se il ciel non mi e crudele ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Se il mio brando ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

342.
Se il mio canto t' offende : song (1723-

1732?). 514.
Se il mio cor, bella, vedessi ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Se il mio duol; fr. opera by Sacchini.

361.
Se il mio paterno amore ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 290.
Se il pensier : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Se il sol si scosta : madrigal by Pigna.

171 (29400, f.72b).
Se in questa lontananza : song (early

18th cent.). 502.
Se in queste spiaggie : duet by Paer. 94.
Se infinita bellezza : madrigal by Arca-

delt. 160.
Se intende si poco ; fr. opera by Perez.

276.
Se io dir potessi ; fr. opera bv Handel.

339.
Se io esca vivo : madrigal by Lasso.

158.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



851



Se io miro il tuo bol viso : madrigal by

G. Jeffreys. 154.
Se io moro, che clira : song (17th cent.).

491.
Se io penai ; fr. opera by Cocchi. 298.
Se io son alia doles ombra : madrigal

by I. Alberti. 130.
Se io t' amo, o Dio : duet by Asioli.

74.

canon by Metastasio. 8.

Se io vi dico ; song by — Colonnese.

513.
Se io vivo : duet by Steffani. 77.
Se r affanno ; fr. opera by Gatti. 351.
Se r amarti e delitto : song by Astorga.

510, 583.
Se r amor tuo; fr. opera [by Perez].

288.

fr. opera by G. Scarlatti. 337.

Se r anime fedeli ; fr. opera by Sarti.

385.
Se r idol mio. v. " Serse."
Se la compagna vede ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 290.
Se la mia morte : duet by Bigaglia.

80.

madrigal by Gesualdo. 164.

Se la rosa fresca : song by Porpora.

564.
Se la speranza. v. " Silla."
Se le lagrime mie : madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 35).
Se leggete nel viso: madrigal by'Ma-

renzio. 179.
Se lontau, ben mio ; fr. opera ('?), by

Hummel. 886.

canon by Metastasio. 8.

Se lontaua da me t' amo : song by G. B.

Buouonciui. 489.
Se lungi dal mio sol. v. So far from

my delight.
Se m' accesi ; fr. opera by Huminel.

319.
Se m' ami, o cara ; fr. cantata by

Handel. 24.
Se mai d' uu cor ; fr. opera by Leo. 293.
Se mai di lei : song by Bridi. 614.
Se mai freme il Vesuvio ; fr. opera by

Abos. 327:
Se mai mi vedi ; fr. opera by Cocchi.

290.
Se mai perdete 1' idol ; f r. opera by

Perez. 266.
Se mai pin saro geloso ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 328.

fr. opera by Corri. 367.

fr. opera by Monza. 305.

Se mai senti; fr. opera (18th cent.).

341.
Se mai torrente ; fr. opera by G. F. di

Majo. 299.
Se mai turbo il tuo riposo ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.

fr. opera by Corri. 367.

fr. opera by Hasse. 278.



Se mai turbo il tuo riposo ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 301.

fr. opera by Tarchi. 260.

fr. opera by Vinci. 268.

Se mai vede il mio tesoro ; fr. opera by

[J.] G. Naumauu. 328.
Se mai vedete amante : madrigal by

Festa. 163.
Se manca la rugiada ; fr. opera (1712).

249.
Se mi condanna; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 287.
Si mi condanni ; fr. opera (?), by Pas-

quini. 233, 239, 251.
Se mi dira. v. " Scipione nelle Spagne."
Se mi vince talora : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 163.
Se mi volesti ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Se mille tormenti : song by Reggio.

486.
Se morir voi mi guidate : song by Be-

renclow (?). 500.
Se mort' in me : madrigal by Festa. 177.
Se morto mi brami : duet by Marcello.

73, 79, 83 (32673, f. 15).
Se nel ben : song by Stradella (?). 491^

495, 572.
Se, Nerone, mi vuol morto : song by

Stradella. 504.
Se noi femine ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Se non credi : song by A. Basso. 559.
Se non fosse il sperar : madrigal (two

settings) by Festa. 163.
Se non ha la pastorella ; fr. opera by

Latilla. 289.
Se non piange un infelice ; fr. opera by

Mengozzi. 365.
Se non piangi : song (18th cent.). 585.
Se non temi ; fr. opera (1st half of 18th

cent.). 282.
Se non ti moro allato : duet by Lord

Burghersh. 91.

fr. opera by R. di Capua. 299.

fr. opera by CoUa. 299.

fr. opera by Galuppi. 277.

fr. opera by Hasse. 298.

fr. opera by Perez. 382.

Se non ti piacque : madrigal by Don —

Pagolo. 122.
Se non vivremo ; fr. opera \>y Leo. 342.
Se non volete la morte mia : duet by

Marcello. 83.
Se non vuoi che mi lamenti : song (1st

half of 18th cent.). .559.
Se ogni lor pregio. v. Gioite pur.
Se or mi dai pene ; fr. opera by Handel.

339.
Se oscura il ciel; fr. opera by Piccinni..

292.
Se oscura il mondo. v. Per secreto^

divino.
Se oscure mie pupille : song by Millico,



576.



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INDEX I.



Se pari e la tua fe : song by Handel.

558, 560, 565.
Se parto, ben mio ; h: opera by Perez.

Se pensando al partir : madrigal by G.

P. Manenti. 141, Ip- ,

Se per amor: song (1st balf of 18th

cent.). 562.
Se per avert! date: madrigal by Kog-

Se'^p'^r colpa: madrigal [by Jan de

Se^pti^fatal d^estino : song [by Handel].

Se per soverchio duolo : song by Ben-
nati. 562. ^ ,

Se per te cosi deliro : song (earl) IJtii

cent.). 612. , ^, ^ i +.-; /9\

Se per voi : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 41b).
Se perde 1' usignuolo ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 290. . ,

Se piacere a me tu vuoi ; f r. opeia b)

Galuppi. 293,368.
Se piaugi per amor : song (1715-1 /^i .)■

.510

Se pieta da voi : duet [? by Vento] 72.
Se\.iu d'una amo : duet by Steffam.

Se^piu felice; fr. opera by II duca di
Caputo. 289.

fr. opera by Sala. 2J5.

Se pin non curi : song (early 19th cent.).

612
Se placate alfin vi miro ; fr. opera by

Saechini. 299.
Se possono tanto ; fr. opera by Santa-

relli 272. . ^-r-

Sepotessi almeno : duet by Steffam_ n .
Se povero il ruscello ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 270.
Se prepara al tuo gran core ; fr. opeia

(18th cent.). 342.
Se pri geniu'nni stimamu: song (Ibth-

19th cent.). 6u9.
Se pria morir ; fr. opera by Carcani.

271 o

Se prolungar la vita si potesse. v. hn.,

Se'^prS non sara : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 121.
Se pur cara; fr. opera by Gluck 3Go
Se pure offesa : madrigal (late 16th

Se"; quVndo sto svegliato : madrigal (16th

■ Se quel cor, mia vita; fr. opera by J.
Weigh 366. ,„, ,

Sequesto mio core ; fr. opera (?), by

Hummel. 386. .._(,„

Seriaprocella: song by Gasparm 563
Se ride amor; fr. opera (18th-lJth

Se risolvi abbandonar ; fr. opera by
Handel. 297.



Se ristori : song by P611aroli. 508



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