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Seritorni, amato bene ; fr. opera (171^).

249
Se sapessi; fr. opera by Logroscmo.

289
Se scampa dal periglio : song by ^lon-

tuoli. 506. ,

Se speri di baciar ; fr. opera (late Kth

cent.). 235. .,

Se spiegar potessi : song by L. K. Witt-

mann. 609, 613. .

Se susurra la foglia: song by Gasparini.

Se f'ama Filli : song by Stradella.

500, 572. , , .,

Se taccio, il duol s' avanza : duet b}

Se^S;;%e.Si:songbyA. Melani.

513
Se tema, o se speri : song by A. ^lelani.

513. . . _ u,,

Se ti basta che io t' ammiri : song by

Brunetti. 591.

song by Conforti. 565



Setiguardo: song (18th-19th cent.).

Se^^i perdo, o caro bene; fr. opera (late

18th cent.). 365.
Se tiranna, e se crudele ; fr. opera by

Pereolesi. 284.
Se troppo crede; fr. opera by Hasse.

278. . „_„

fr. opera by Vmci. ^bb. ,

Se trova ritegno ; fr. opera by Dum.

Se tu accendessi amor ; fr. opera by

Pergolesi. 287. .

Setulareggi; fr. opera by Jommelli.

Se^tu mi fai gridar : madrigal (16th

cent.). 136.
Se tu mi sprezzi : duet by Asioli. /4
Se tu mi vuoi bene : canon (19th cent.).

Se^ tu mi vuoi felice ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Se tu, mia sposa: song (18th-lJtli

cent.). 607,609.
Se tu non lasci : trio by Handel. 654

situ non vedi : song by f ^^^•, , ^22;
Se tu non vuoi: madrigal (16th cent.).

Se tu resist! , o cor : song by Bigaglia.

558
Se tu sapessi appieno ; fr. opera (after

1761). 296. ^ ,

Se tu sei I'idolo mio; fr. opera b)

Galuppi. 284.
Se tu sei la mia vita ; f r. opera [? b)

Scarlatti]. 241-2.
Se tutti i mali miei ; fr. opera b> l^ei-

nasconi. 271.

fr. opera [by Cocchi]. 296.

fr. opera by G. F. di Majo. 299.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



853



Se tutti i miei pension : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Se un core annodi : operatic (?) song

(18th cent.). 693.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 345.

fr. opera by Millico. 315.

Se un sguardo : madrigal by Renaldi.

171.
Se un sol momento. v. Sento la che

ristretto.
Se v' e alcun. v. " Scipiouc nolle

Spague."
Se vedesti le piaghe : song by G. Casa-

lotti ('?). 492 (36877, f. 129b).
Se vedi il figlio ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 287.
Se versasti : song ^18th-19th cent.).

578.
Se vi dicessi : song by — Merchi. 578.
Se vivor uon posso io lungi ; fr. opera

by Hasse. 272.

canon by Metastasio. 8.

Se viver non posso io, vivi ; fr. opera

by Porpora. 268, 287, 340.
Se voi, luci amate : song (1656-1659,

etc.). 475, 491.
Se voi (?) quando amor ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 259.
Se voi siete : madrigal by Mosto. 140.

madrigal [by B. Palavicino]. 143.

Se volete che io v' adori : song by

Agostini. 563.
Se volete che un fido v' adore : song

(1683?). 485.
Se vuoi che in pace io mora : song by

[? G. B.] Buononcini. 527.
Se vuoi che io trovi pace ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Se vuoi che io viva : song by G. Giorgi.

560.
Se vuoi che resti : song (after 1760).

568.
Se vuoi placato 1' idolo ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 286.
Se vuoi saper perche : song by Porpora.

560.
Se vuoi la sorte. v. " Scipione nolle

Spagne."
Search where ambition rag'd : glee by

Callcott. 106, 109.
Secondate, aurette amiche ; fr. opera (?),

by Hummel. 386.
Secours-moi, madame : madrigal (after

1660). 154.
Sedendo all' ombra : madrigal by Gio-
vanni da Fireuze. 121.
See, baleful Iris : glee [by Callcott].

115.
See, Chloe, how the new-blown rose :

song by Stanley. 593.
See, Chloris, see : song [by H. Lawes].

475.
See Gorinna's tears : song (1695). 487.
See from afar what streams of fire :

catch by S. Webbo [sen.]. 31.



See, from the silent grove : song by

Pepusch. 498, 570.
See, how in gath'rine of the May :

catch by [W.] Lawes. 29, 87 (31462,

f. 18), 39.
See, in the morning : glee by Callcott.

106.
See, mighty sir, the day appears : ode

by P. Humfrey. 213.
See, see, how the flowers adorn the

spring : trio by Turner. 649.
See, our bark : glee by Stevenson. 101.
See, see, mine own sweet jewel : naad-

rigal by Morley. 145, 169 (23625,

f.3), 174 (31413, f.l).
See, see, my Chloris : song by H. Lawes.

480.
See, see, my dearest treasure : madrigal

by Morley. 160, 171.
See, see those sweet eyes : madrigal by

Byrd. 149, 169 (23626, f. 61b).
See, su-s, see here a doctor rare ; fr.

opera (1712). 249.
See that silent blushing creature : song

by H, Pack. 483.
See the blushing morn: song by

Hummel (?). 632.
See the chariot, v. Have you seen the

white lily.
See, the dawn is up : song by T. Miles.

625.
See, the rooks are homeward flying:

part-song by Hatton. 456.
See the shade of great Nelson : song

by Bishop. 634.
See the shore ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdiu. 647.
See the young, the rosy spring : duet

by S. Wesley. 94, 97.
See there the joy : song by D. Purcell.

503.
See where repenting Celia lies ; fr.

opera by H. Purcell. 244.
See where she sits : duet by H. Purcell.

60, 75.

• trio by Turner. 649.

See where the maids: madrigal by

Weelkes. 184.
See with ivy chaplet bound : glee by

Callcott. 110.
Seek not to know : song by H. Purcell.

505.
Seek you majesty to strike ; fr. opera

by T. A. Arne. 318.
Seguigi a corde: madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 122.
Seguir piu non voglio : song by Reggio.

486.
S6gur, qui commando : song (after

1744). 555.
Sei pur bella ; song [by Handel]. 582.
Sei tanto graziosa : madrigal by Fer-

retti. 181 (31811, no. 7), 182, 185,
189.
Sei tradito : duet by Asioli. 74.



854



INDEX I.



Sei tradito : canon by Metastasio. 6.
Sei tu, mio cor : madrigal [by Giova-

nelli]. 146.
Sei tu sola ; fr. opera (mid. 18th cent.).

284.
Sei uns dreimal hoch willkomnaen :

cantata by Siissmayr. 18.
Sei uns willkommen : song by — A

(late ISth cent.). 598.
Seid gegriisst in unsern Hallen : song

by Giirrlich. 599.
Seigneur, vite au secours : song (after

1744). 548.
Seigneurs, que Dieu vous garde : madri-
gal (early 16th cent.). 123.
Sejour des flots : duet (1757). 68.
" Seleuco " : opera by Pasquini ('?). 234.
" Selima and Azor" : pas seul, etc., fr.

opera by Bishop. 398. v. also And

has she then fail'd.
Selva romita : duet by Paisiello. 89.
Selve care : song by Bennati. 562.
Selve, caverne e monti : song by D.

Scarlatti. 515, 581, 582.
Selve, se il vostro sol : song by Gaspa-

rini. 528.
Sembra caro 1' infante Cupido : song by

— Buononcini. 506.
" Semele." v. Prepare then, ye im-
mortal choir.
" Semiramide " : opera by F. Biancbi.

312.
pasticcio by Handel, etc. v. Dal



labbro tuo vezzoso.
— opera by Hasse.



V. Dal labbro



tuo vezzoso.

opera by Rossini. 436.

" Semiramide riconosciuta " : opera
(mid. 18th cent.), v. Passeggier che
sulla sponda ; Rondinella a cui rapita
f u ; Vorrei spiegar.

opera (18th cent.), v. II pastor,

se torua.

opera by Capuzzi. v. Sentirsi dire.

■ opera by Hasse. 275. v. also Dal

labbro tuo.

opera by Jommelli.

In braccio



Passeggier



330. V. also
che sulla
sponda ; Talor, se il vento.

opera by Perez, v. Bel piacer ;

D' un genio ; Se intende ; Vol, che le
mie viceude ; Vorrei spiegar.

opera by Porpora. r. II pastor, se

torna.

opera by Vinci, v. Sentirsi dire.

Semplice farfalletta : song by Pistocchi.



511.
Semplicetta belta :

79.
Semplicetta farfalletta : son

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f
Sempre cosi penando : song

latti. 577.
Sempre di verdi allori : cantata

Tarchi. 17.



duet (18th cent.).

y by G.

85).

by Scar-

by



Sempre e maggior ; f r. opera by II duca

di Caputo. 289.
Sempre la vita mia : madrigal (16th

cent.). 136.
Sempre nel seno : duet (late 17th cent.).

59.
Sempre piango : duet by G. [? B.]

Buononcini. 61.
Sempre piu t' amo : song (18th-19th

cent.). 607.

soug (another setting, early 19th

cent.). 612.

Sempre saro costante : duet by Asioli.
74.

canon by Metastasio. 6, 8.

Sempre terro memoria : trio by Reggio.

650.
Sempre torna ; fr. opera by Balfe. 440.
Send back my long-stray'd eyes : part-
song by Hatton. 457.
Send forth thy sighs : madrigal by N.

Patrick. 137.
Send home my long-strayed eyes : glee

by Stevens. 103.
Senor boticario : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 103b).
Senora, mi f6 vos empefio : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f.52b).
" Sensdessus-dessous." v. Enfinleduc.
" Sens devant-derriere." v. " Sens

dessus-dessous."
Sensi, voi : song by Cesti. 482.
Sensibility, how charming : song

arranged by Haydn. 617.
Sensible a mes tendres soupirs : duet

(1757). 69.
Senta il cor ; fr. opera by Ariosti. 382.
Sente 1' aria il prato : song by Paer. 622.
Senti a me ; f r. opera by Cimarosa. 373.
Senti, bell' idol mio ! Sara. v. "Silla";

by Handel.
Senti, bell' idol mio ; senti : song by

Scarlatti. 515.
Senti, deh senti, Clori : song by

Caldara. 510.
Senti il fate ; fr. opera by Handel. 269.
Senti il mio caso : song (after 1794).

577.
Senti, Tirsi : song by Reggio. 486.
Sentimi, o cara Nice : song by Bridi.

614.
Sentirsi dire dal caro ben ; fr. opera by

Capuzzi. 328.

fr. opera by Vinci. 267, 335.

Sentirsi il petto accendere ; fr. opera by

Pergolesi. 300.

fr. opera by Vinci. 261.

Sentivo fra ramo e ramo ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235.
Sento che ho bisogno : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Sento che il cor sospira : song by G.

Giorgi. 560.
Sento che in petto ; fr. opera by

Hummel. 319, 386.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



855



Sento clie nel parfcire : madrigal by

Gesualdo. 164.
Sento che quegli sguardi ; fr. opera by

Paer. 392.
Sento destarmi in petto ; fr. opera by

Vinci. 340.
Sento due fiamme ; fr. opera by Vinci.

282, 342.
Sento in me, n^ so perche ; fr. opera by

Giacomelli. 287.
Sento in sen diviso il core ; fr. opera

(mid. 18th cent.). 284.
Sento la che ristretto : song by Handel.

511, 560, 565, 582, 586 (adaptation).
Sento lo strale : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 130).
Sento, ne so che sia ; fr. opera by Gia-
comelli. 287.
Sento nel core : song by Scarlatti. 588.
Sento neir alma. v. "Oresta"; by

Handel.
Sento, o Dio, che frame ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
Sento piu cruda : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 128b).
Sento tal fiamma : madrigal by Gaspa-

rini. 165.
Sento un affanuo ; fr. opera by Gazza-

niga. 259.
Senza affanni : duet by Steffani (?). 70,

73, 76.
Senza costrutto : song (after 1794). 577.
song (another setting, 18th-19th

cent.). 604, 609 (34295, f. 45b).

(a third setting, beg. 19th cent.).



609 (34295, f.56b).
Senza il caro : song by Marcello. 560,

561, 586.
Senza speme : duet by G. [B.] Buonon-

cini. 60.
Senza speranza ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Senza tanti complimenti ; fr. opera by

Donizetti. 436.
Senza te, bell' idol ; fr. opera by [F. G.]

Bertoni. 320.
Senza un poco di rigor : song by Scar-
latti. 589.
S6pares par le cours des ondes : song by

Hummel. 632.
Sept jours de la semaine : song (after

1726, etc.). 517, 532 ; etc.
Serais-je atteint du mal d'amour :

song (1728). 522.
Serais-je bien votre cousin: song (after

1744). 532.
Seras-tu toujours eprise : song (after

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

f. 123).
Serba gli afietti ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Serba 1' intatta fede ; >. opera by

Pescetti. 276.
Serba si belle lagrime ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 329.



Serbami il primo affetto; fr. opera by

G. Scarlatti. 271.
Serbami la tua f6 : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Serbami, o cara ; fr. opera by M. A.

Valentini. 327.
Serbar nel petto; fr. opera (?), by Scar-
latti. 233.
Serbate, o Dei : song by Lord Burg-

hersh. 614.
" Serch hudol": song arranged by

Haydn. 620 (35274, f. 4b), 621 (35275,

ff. 2b, 16b).

V. also When midnight.

Serene is the morning: song by Savage.

572.
" Serments d'amour." ik Je t'aimerai.
"Serse": opera by G. B. Buononcini.

242.
Servantes, quittez vos paniers. v. Du

nouveau saint ; etc.
Serve, spero. v. La speranza serve.
" Sesostri" : opera by G. Mosca (?). v.

"La festa d' Iside."
"Sesostri, r^ d'Egitto": opera by

Gasparini. 250.

opera by Terradellas. v. Solitudini

amene.

Set to the sun : song by Ives. 474.
Sexton am I of Axmouth town : song

by Hatton. 640.
Sfogasti, o ciel ; fr. opera by Albuzi.

335.
Sfortunati miei sosi)iri : song by Mar-
cello. 511, 526.
" Sganarello." v. Navicella da vento

agitata ; Non ho genio ; Trema,

tiran ; Tu mi piaci.
Sge he, du bon compere Simon : quartet

by G. Scarlatti. 458.
Sgombra dall' anima ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 290.
Shall a son of O'Donnell : song ar-
ranged by Kozeluch. 603.
Shall all the buds : duet by Blow. 56 ,

57, 60.
Shall I come, sweet love : song [by

Campion]. 469, 472.
Shall I fear : song by J. Wilson. 477.
Shall I live so far distant : madrigal

by Marenzio. 152, 177, 184.
Shall I look to ease my grief : song

[adapted from R. Jones]. 468.
Shall I ? — The thought transports me ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 376.
Shall I then hope: glee (1775-1822)

102.
Shall I then weep: song (1678-1682).

480.
Shall I, wasting in despair : glee by

Callcott. 106.

part-song bv Hatton. 456.

Shall I weep : song (1630). 472.
Shall the hero : duet by W. Jackson of

Exeter. 75.



856



INDEX I.



Shall this wild valley be our home :

song by Bishop. 634.
Shall we slug of the days that are now

by-gone : duet by Bishox). 96.
Sharp violins proclaim, v. From har-
mony ; by Handel.
She heard the summons ; fr. opera by

J. Eccles. 242.
She is my little pretty one. v. Joan is

sick.
She loves and she confesses too : song

by H. Purcell. 481, 485.
She, 'midst the lightning's blaze : glee

by Callcott. 107.
She never told her love : song by

Haydn. 572.
She only doth not feel it. v. So far

from my delight.
She rose and let me in : song arranged

by Haydn. 619.
She 's a winsome wee thing : glee har-
monized by J. A. Tattet. 108.
She 's fair and fause : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 7,

15b, 22).
She 's gone! Lament: glee (1787?)

104.
She 's ower young to marry : Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 208.
She that is fair : song by H. Lawes. 475.
She that was named Queen : madrigal

(after 1611). 147.
"She ventures, he wins": opera by

J. Eccles. 242. v. also Restless in

thought.
She walks in beauty : song by Lodge-

Ellerton. 628.
She who alone : catch by S. Webbe,

sen. 45.
She who mv poor heart possesses : song

by [?] Purcell. 483.
" She would and she wouldn't." v.

Celia, my heart.
" She would not and she would" (18th

cent.). 201 (243).
Shed roses : glee by Callcott. 101, 106.
"Shelagh na gig" : Irish tune (18th

cent.). 204.
Shelter a way - worn traveller, v.

•' Feudal times."
Shepherd, in faith I cannot stay : duet

by Laniere. 55.
Shepherd, wouldst thou here obtain :

glee by Callcott. 101, 106.

duet by C. Wesley. 72.

Shepherds, deck your crooks : glee (late

18th cent.). 99.
Shepherds, I have lost : song (1789).
574.

duet arranged by I. Pleyel. 87

(35278, f.3; etc.).

Shepherds, seek not wealth : song

(1789). 574.
Shepherds, tune your pipes ; fr. opera

by D. Purcell. 243.



Shoes, hats and old clothes ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. Words

only. 646.
Shoot, false love : madrigal by Morley.

174 (:31413, f.47).
" Short apron " (18th cent.). 202 (377).
Should auld acquaintance be forgot :

song arranged by Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, ff. 5b and 12b, 14b, 24).
Should I die by the force of good wine :

duet by Leveridge. 83.
Should I not lead a happy life. i\

Love 's a jest.
Should we trouble our heads : song by

T. Miles. 625.
"Shuffle and cut" (18th cent.). 200

(177).
Si a la St. Martin : song (after 1744,

etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330, f. 207).
Si accinge Eurillo : song by Scarlatti.

561.
Si affanna 1' usignuolo : song by Or-

landini. 528.
Si annera il cielo ; fr. opera bv Zin-

garelli. 364.
Si bacia: song (after 1699, etc.). 491,

499.
Si begli occhi : song by [? M. A.] Buo-

noncini. 501.
Si, ben niio ; fr. opera by Paisiello.

364.
Si Bertin a Montaran : song (after 1744,

etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334, f. 193).
Si Bertin ne veut plus : song (after

1744). 645.
Si Bouflers jamais ne sommeille : song

(after 1744). 540.
Si c'est la crainte : song (after 1744).

540.
Si Candida e Sibella ; fr. opera [by

Gasparini]. 248.
Si caro ; fr. opera [by Handel]. 334.
Si Caunis a su : song (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 182).
Si che io : madrigal by Reggio. 155.
Si che io mi credo omai. v. Solo e

pensoso.
Si d'une fievre. v. La Ferte, tu fais.
Si des galants ; fr. opera [by j. J. Rous-
seau]. 292.
Si des hauts cieux : madrigal by J. Le

Cocq. 160.
Si (?) dessus : madrigal (after 1604). 145.
Si dire je I'osai : madrigal (16th cent.).

134.
madrigal [? by J. T. Gerarde].

133.
Si dolce e il tormento : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (;36877, f. 135).
Si dolce lusingar ; fr. opera by Handel.

340.
Si dolce m' e il languire : madrigal by

Renaldi. 171 (29400, f.62).
Si dolce non so : madrigal by Francesco

da Firenze. 121.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



857



Si dolcemente : madrigal by Renaldi.

171 (29400, f. 48).
Si dolci son gli sguardi : madrigal by

Moscaglia. 167.
Si el ... . V. El que partir.
Si fortune : madrigal (temp. Henry

VIII.). 126.
Si fugga : duet bv G. ['?B.] Buononcini.

61.
Si grand' e il niio gioire : madrigal by

M. A. Pordenon. 167.
Si ba da penare. v. " Scipione uelle

Spagne."
Si hay maior mal die el morir : song

by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 47).
Si J'ai du mal: madrigal (16th cent.).

132.
Si j'ai perdu: madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 123.
Si j'aime mon ami trop : madrigal (16th

cent.). 123, 128.
Si j'^tais la feuille : song by A. G.

Thomas. 640 (36740, no. 9).
Si j'eusse Marion : madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 123.
Si jefaisl'amour: duet by — Sagiony (?).

64.
Si je me plains : madrigal (? after 1611).

148.
madrigal by Benedictus [von Ap-

penzell?]. 177.
Si je meurs a force de boire : duet

(1757). 69.
Si je to plais : duet (1757). 67.
Si je tr^passe : madrigal (after 1604).

145.
Si je vous eloigne : madrigal (1st half

of 16th cent.). 127.
Si je vous puisse faire : song [by Lully].

520. V. also Heureux qui pent plaire,

229 (31425, ff. lib, 27b, 43b).
Si I'amour de Marsillac : song (after

1744). 530.
Si Ton savait: song (after 1744). 554.
Si la Bertin. v. Si Bertin.
Si la pauvre duchesse : song (after

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

f. 15).
Si la reine allait avoir : song (after

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

f.4).
Si la saint Martin : song (after 1726,

etc.). 520, 557 (King's 330, f. 207).
Si le ciel, ami de I'empire : duet by

L. Opstraet van der Moelen. 54.
Si le destin; fr. opera [by Lully]. 256,
Si le devoir : song (after 1744, etc.).

551, 557 (King's 336, f. 131).
Si le difficile est le beau : song (after

1744). 555.
Si le pape avant sa buUe : song (after

1744). 544.
Si le roi prefers Turenne : song (after

1744). 539.
Si les cocus. v. Si tous les cocus.



Si les places que nous perdons : song

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

331, f.219b).
Si lieto, si conteuto ; fr. opera [by

Gasparini]. 248.
Si ! Lo confesso ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

290.
Si lodi pur amore : trio by Clari. 157,

189.
Si loin du port : song by Hortense,

Queen of Holland. 624.
Si Luxembourg: song (after 1744, etc.).

534, 557 (King's 331, f. 126b).
Si ma manille peut passer : song (after

1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's 336,

f.72b).
Si ma Phyllis donne : song (after 1744).

543.
Si me tenez : madrigal (? 16th cent.).

142.
Si mes soupirs sont iudiscrets : song

(17th cent.). 491.
Si, mi dicesti : madrigal (1681). 155.
■ madrigal by Marenzio (?). 137.

madrigal by B. Pallavicino. 131,

143.

Si, mio ben ! E Silos : song by A.

Sandron. 600.
Si, mio caro : song by A. Melani. 588.
Si mon travail vous peut donner plaisir :

madrigal (1551). 172.

madrigal by Gombert. 135.

madrigal by Havericq. 135 (2).

— — madrigal by Mancliicourt. 160.
Si monsieur ne me veut plus voir :

song (after 1726). 517.

song (another setting, after 1744).

530.

Si nous vivions : song (after 1794). 577.
Si, o no: duet (early 18th cent.). 62.
Si par fortune : madrigal by Hobrecht.

161.
Si par souffrir : madrigal (16th cent.).

134.
Si Perrault voulait avouer : song (after

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

f. 128).
Si pietoso ; fr. opera by Porpora. 340.
Si, quel ferri ; fr. opera by Hasse.

265.
Si quelque infirme : song (after 1744).

551.
Si ride amore: song (early 19th cent.).

611.
Si rivcdro la sola mia speranza ; fr.

opera by Handel. 340.
Si scose al dire addio : song (18th cent.).

588.
Si, si, mio ben : song by Scarlatti. 589.
Si, si, pietose aurette : song [by Scar-
latti]. 515.
Si, si ! T' amo, caro ; fr. opera by

Handel. 297.
Si, si ! T' inteudo, amor : song by A.

Melani. 513.



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INDEX I.



Si, si! Ti lascio il cor: soug by Scar-
latti. 563.

Si, si ! Vuoi goderti : song (1st half of
18th cent.). 559.

Si sofire una tiranna : madrigal by
Asioli. 182.

fr. opera by Piccinui. 292.

fr. opera by Sala. 295.

Si stanchin le fiere : cantata by Hum-
mel. 21.

Si ste la reme ; fr. opera by Sciroli.
284.

Si! Ti credo; fr. opera (after 1763).
298.

Si tocchi tamburo : song (17th cent.).
492.

duet (late 17th cent.). 59.

Si tons les cocus : song (after 1726, etc.).

517, 531. V. also La Puisieux ; etc.
Si tous les coeurs: song (after 1749).

557 (King's 330, f. 115b). v. also Si

tous les cocus.
Si tu as en vie : song by L..Opstraet van

der Moelen. 471.
Si tu contentes : song (after 1744, etc.).

533, 557 (King's .331, f.63).
Si tu n'as pas : song (after 1744). 536.
Si tu ue viens pres du roi : song (after

1726). 521.
Si tu veux : song (after 1744, etc.). 546,

557 (King's 335, f. 79).
Si tu voulais, jeune Colette : duet (1757).

67.
Si tu voulais, Lisette. v. Nous portons.
Si, tutto per lei ; fr. opera by Orlandini.

272.
Si ! V' intendo : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Sivanta; fr. opera [by Cocchi]. 296.
Si vavo (sic) fora ; fr. opera by Abos.

326.
Si ! Venite, luci adorate : song (17th-

18th cent.). 501.
Si Viilars avait les attraits : song (after

1744). 551.
Si viva e questa immago : song [? by

Mariui]. 568.
Si vous aimer est uu crime : song (18th

cent.). 580.
Si vous Spouse/, : song (after 1726).

520.
Si vous n'avez, madame : madrigal [by

Crequillon]. 176.
Si vous voulez m'etre lovale : madrigal

(1st half of 16th cent.). 127.
Si vous vous trouvez par malheur :

song (after 1744). 556.
Sia maledetto amor : duet by Steffaui.

70, 76, 78.
Sia propizia ; fr. opera (mid. 18th cent.).

288.
Sia quel che esser (?) : madrigal by

Andrea dei Servi. 121.
Sia questa pur tra le mie frodi : song

by Carapella. 502.



Siam navi ; fr. opera by Leo. 270.
Sic te diva potens Gypri : motet by

J. Fries and H. Textor. 197.
Siccome al canto : madrigal by Giacopo

da Bologna. 121.
Siccome siete beUa : madrigal by Festa.

163.
Sie flieht dahin die Zeit : song by [P.]

Enslin. 599.
Sie konnen sich ; f r. opera by Hummel.

402.
Sie lebt : duet by W. [F. E.] Bach. 91.
Siedi Amarilli : song by Porpora. 512,

584.
Siehe ! Es wird ein Konig regieren :

cantata by — Hicht. 19.
Siente torca ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

372.
Siete barbare, o stelle ; fr. opera [? by

Galuppi]. 341.
Siete il piii bizzarro : duet by Steffani.

76.
Siete vago : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
" Siface " : opera by ^Porpora. 253.

V. also Dalla cuna ; E destin.
Sigh not, ye winds : glee by Callcott.

107.
Sighs are turn'd inwards : song by J.

Gamble. 476, 497.
Sighs, do your part : madrigal by

Cobbold. '149.
" Sigismondo " (?) : operas by Pergolesi

and Yinci. i\ Sentirsi il petto.
Signor, deh, concedete ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
Signor, la vostra [fiamma] : madrigal

by Alfonso [Ferrabosco, sen.]. 131.
Signor (?) mio : madrigal (? 16th cent.).

143.
Signor, non sotto 1' ombra : song by

Carapella. 502.
Signor Pancrazio ; fr. opera by Latilla.

266.
Signora Cecca : song (early 19tli cent.).

612.
Silent fall the shades of night : duet

by Bishop. 96.
" Silent not dumb." v. " Two words."
Silent nymph, here sunli to rest : glee

by Callcott. 100, 105.
Silenzi della notte : song (after 1699).

490.
" Silla" : opera by G. [B.] Buononcini.

325.
• portions of opera by Handel.

445.
Silly boy, 'tis full moon yet : song [by

Campion]. 469.
Silly heart, forbear: song by Laniero.

475, 477.
"Simple pleasures." v. Thus thinks

the traveller.
Since all our grief, v. The old folk's

care.



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Since all our griefs : song by Staggins.

483.
Since all the world : song by J. Courte-



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