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ville. 487.
Since by wealth : trio by Lock. G53.
Since death of all shall have the spoil :

madrigal (after 1613). 150.
Since dress alone ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

376.
Since drinking has pow'r : song by [G.]

Monro. 594.
Since fate of sailors hourly varies ; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
Since first I saw vour face : part-song

by Ford. 453, 455.
Since I did leave : song by Greene.

527.
Since in vain I strive; fr. opera [? by

G. B. Buononcini or A. Scarlatti].

248.
'.Since love hath : song bv J. Wilson.

479.
"Since love is the hero's ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 645.
Since my joys through Phyllis' frowns :

song (after 1614). 467.
Since neither tunes of joy: madrigal

by Bennet. 174 (31442, f. 15b, etc.).
Since no desert can move thee : madrigal

by R. Ramsey. 138.
Since now we are met : catch by [T.]

Chatterton, sen. 46.
Since other beauties: song (1681).

Apparently by [Christopher?] Fish-
burn. 483.
Since pow'rful love : duet by S. Wesley.

97.
Since robb'd of all : song (late 18th

cent.). 595.
Since that the time : madrigal by

Croce. 142.
Since that the tree : madrigal [? by

Byrd]. 149.
Since the Duke is return'd : catch by

[? H.] Purcell. 27.
Since thou art false: song (after 1600).

460.
Since thus my fate ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

376.
Since time so kind to us does prove :

catch by H. Purcell. 27, 29, 37

(31462, f.25), 39, 41.
Since times are so bad ; fr. opera by

H. Purcell. 244. For words, v. also

Stowe 970, f . 10.
Since 'tis my fate : song (2nd half of

17th cent.). 493.
Since united we are ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.
Since wedlock 's in fashion ; fr. cantata

by Hook. 17.
iSince women so false : catch by [? H.]

Purcell. 27.
Since you will need my heart possess :

.song' (late 18th cent.)'; 596.



Sincero affetto ; f r. opera by Handel.

269.
Sinche. v. Finche.
Sing and spread the joyful news. v.

"The Judgment of Paris " ; by Arne.
Sing, fair Clorinda : trio by H. Lawes.

652.
Sing forth, sweet Cherubim: song by

Lock. 493.
Sing loud, ye nymphs, i-. Sing out, ye

nymphs.
Sing, love, sing : song by A. G. Thomas.

640 (36740, f.l28).
" Sing old rose." v. Now we're met.
Sing out, ye nymphs : madrigal by

Bennet. 174 (31442, f. 8, etc.).
Sing, siren : song (after 1669 ?). 477.
Sing we and chant : madrigal by Mor-

ley. 174 (31413, f. 49).
Sing we now merrily: catch (1580).

37 (31462, f. 49), 40.
Sing we this roundelay : catch (18th

cent.). 34.
Sing, ye Druids, v. "Bonduca."
Sing, ye muses, and revere, v. Bring,

shepherds, bring the kids.
Sing ye now after me: catch (1580).

30, 37 (31462, f.49b), 39.
Singing alone : madrigal by Morley.

174 (31413, f. 49b).
Sino a quando : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Sir, have you the papers read : catch

by Callcott. 33.
Sir Miles for ever (18th cent.). 199 (3.3).
Sir Timothy mounted : catch (late

18th cent.). 41.
Sir Timothv Treatall ; fr. opera, adapted

fr. [S.] Eccles. 230.
Sir Walter: catch by H. Purcell. 27,

28, 37 (31462, f. 9b)', 38.
Sir Watkin : song arranged by Haydn.

620, 621 (35275, fT. 8b, 25).
\ Sir, you are a comical fellow : catch

(18th-19th cent.). 42.
Sir, you 're a rascal : catch by J. S.

Smith. 45.
" Sirbace " : opera by Porpora. v.

"Rosbale."
Sire le roi, qui commandes : song (after

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

f. 31).
Sire, lie soyez pas courtois : song (after

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

f.4b).
Sire, si votre frere : song (after 1744,

etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330, f. 16).
Sire, si vous ne pourvoyez : madrigal

by — Crespieres. 127.
Sire, votre bonne ville : song (after

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

f.66b).
"Siroe": opera (18th cent.), v. Mi

credi infedele.
opera by Danzi. v. Mi lagnero.



860



INDEX I.



" Siroe " : pasticcio by Galuppi, etc.
V. Fra dubbi affetti ; L' onda che
mormora ; La sorte mia tiranna ; Non
condannarmi ; Se il mio paterno
amore ; Sgonibra dall' anima ; Tu di
pieta.

opera by Handel. v. Non vi

piacque.

opera by Hasse. v. Fra 1' orror ;

La sorte mia ; Mi lagnero.

opera by Potenza. v. Che io mai

vi possa.

opera by G. Scarlatti. t'.Seramor.

Sister, awake : madrigal by Bateson.

188.
Sister Jane: trio (18tb-19th cent.).

656.
Sister, say : catch [by H. Harington].

31 (2).
Sister of Phoebus: glee by Dibdhi.

99, 113.
Sisters, hark ! The convent chimes :

duet by Bishop. 96.
Sisters in sorrow : glee by Callcott.

107.
Sisters of Acheron : song [by CallcottT.

574.
Sisters, whilst thus I wave my wand.

V. "Cyrus, the Great."
Sit and despair : song (1630). 471.
Sit down and sing : madrigal by

Weelkes. 187.
Sit nemo morosus : catch by [R.]

Goodson. 28.
Sith. V. Since.
Sitot que I'amour : song (after 1737).

525.
Sitting by the fire : catch (before 1756,

etc.). 28, 36, 37.
Six mille hommes. v. Viugt mille

hommes.
" Skip it about " (18th cent.). 201.
Slaves to the world : catch (1833). 46.
Sleep, sleep, mine only jewel : madrigal

by Felis. 141, 185.
Sleep, sleep, though grief torment thy

body : song (1615-1626). 468.
Sleep, wayward thoughts : madrigal

[by J. Dowland]. 1.50.

songs adapted from J. Dowland.

132, 468, 470, 471.

Sleepst thou : song arranged by Haydn.

619.
"Sleepy Maggie": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 208.
" Slender's ghost." v. Beneath a

churchyard yew.
" Slip it in " (18th cent.). 199 (1).
Slipt from her mother's apron-string ; f r.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
Slow, fresh fount : glee by W. Horsley.

111.
Slow spreads the gloom : song arranged

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

15b, 26).



Sly little love : song by Bishop. 634.
Small paths: madrigal (1501). 125.
Smiling grog ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 647.
Smiling Phyllis : duet by Turner. 57.
Smiths are good fellows : part-song by

Cobb. 454 (3).

madrigal by Wigthorp. 137.

" Snake band." v. " Stags knattercd."
"Snap-apple night": opera (1832-

1841). 419-20 (2). V. also By the

hope ; Drink, my lads ; On the moon-
lit lake ; Ulla gone.
So all was clear'd : song by Staggins.

482.
So bene io che alia bellezza ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 2-36.
So bene io che sul mio crine ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
So benute le pacche sicche ; fr. opera

by Fenaroli. 285.
So che di sdegno ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 271.
So che e 1' eta : song (earlv 19th cent.).

610.
So che e uu pezzo : song (early 19th

cent.). 610.
So che fedel ; fr. opera bv [M.] Fini.

343.
So che mi place : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
So che per gioco ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

329.
So che pieta non hai ; fr. opera bv Leo.

287.

fr. opera by Piccinni. 260.

So che piu amor ; fr. opera by Abos.

286, 289.
So che sperare amante ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
So che un' ingrato sei : song (early

19th cent.). 613.
So che vanti : canon by Metastasio. 8.
So fair young Celia : incidental music

by D. Purcell. 247.
So faithful to my fair ; fr. opera,

adapted by S. Arnold fr. T. Carolan.

318.
So far, dear life, from thy bright beams:

madrigal by Eremita. 151, 186.
So far from my delight: madrigal by

A. Ferrabosco [sen.]. 152, 183.
So far, I trow : madrigal by W. Newark.

124, 160.
So fickle of late : song by Bishop. 634.
So flies like us ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

376.
So full of life: glee (late 18th cent.).

104.
So gracious is thy sweet self : madrigal

by Bennet. 174 (31442, f. 6b, etc.).

madrigal by Ferretti. v. Sei tanto

graziosa.

So light is love : madrigal by Wilbye.
187.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



861



So lovely is thy dear self. v. So gracious

is thy sweet self.
^' So merrily dance the quaker" (18th

cent.). 202 (364).
So mild was the ev'ning : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 603.
So peaceful rests without a stone :

canon by Greene. 3, 37.
So put in fear: dvLei{te7>ip. Henry VIII.).

62.
So saith my fair. v. Dice la mia.
So schliesst euch nun : song by [J. G.]

Naumann. 598.
So so, leave off : song by A. Ferra-

bosco II. 571.
So sollst du doch : song (1040). 472.
So tenderly I love him ; f r. opera by

Roseingrave. 335.
So iibst du sie. r. Heil dem Jiingling.
So ugly, makes my blood go back : song

by J. Gamble. 476, 497.
Soave libertate : madrigal by Molinaro.

170.

duet by Reggio. 58.

Soave sia il vento ; fr. opera by Hum-
mel. 386.

(another setting) ; fr. opera [? by

Hummel]. 319.

Soavi respiri ; fr. opera (?), by A.

IMelani. 236.
Soavissime cateue : duet by Steflani.

70, 77.
Sober lay: glee by Stevens. 103.
Soccorretemi per pieta : duet by Caris-

simi. 59.
Soccorri, amore : song by G. Casa-

lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 80).
Soccorso, oinie : song by Reggio. 486.
*' Socrate immaginato." v. " II Socrate

immaginario."
Sofira pur un core amante : trio by

M. Savioni. 651.
Soffro d' amore; fr. opera (?), by Leo.

341.
Soft and sweet : glee by T. Welsh. 98.
Soft blows the v.'ind : glee [bv Callcott].

115.
Soft Cupid : glee by Travers. 99.
Soft invader of my soul; fr. opera by

Howard. 347.
Soft notes and gentlv rais'd : song bv

H. Purcell. 498. "
Soft, pleasing pains : song (late 18th

cent.). 597.
Soft then : madrigal (18th cent.). 166.
Softly blows the western wind : part-
song by Hatton. 457.
Softly, softly, softly drop, mine eves :

madrigal by Wilbye. 152, 183.
Sognai che meco irata : song (after

1794). 576.
Sogno ancora, o son desta : song bv

Porta. 528.
Soit gouverneur ou marechal : song

(after 1744). 555.



Soit pres ou loin : madrigal (1st lialf of

16th cent.). 127.
Sol chiamarsi puo : song (after 1699).

491.
Sol di pianto : duet by Torri. 78, 86.
Sol do re mi : glee by S. Wesley.

119.
Sol due ricordi; fr. opera bv Latilla.

266.
Sol m' affanna ; fr. opera by Zingarelli.

367.
Sol mi resta un f urto ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235.
Sol negi' occhi : duet bv Steffani. 70,

77,81.
Sol per te ; fr. opera [by G. B. Buonon-

ciui]. 297.
Sol puo dir ; fr. opera by II duca di

Caputo. 289.
Sol tu sei : song (after 1794). 576.
Sola voi nol seutite. v. She only doth

not feel it.
Solca il mare : song by Magini. 508.
Soldier, soldier, take off thy wine :

catch by H. Purcell. 28, 29, 37

(31462, f. 18b), 39, 42, 43 (2).
" Soldiers live merry lives " (18th cent.).

200 (164).
Sole degli occhi miei ; fr. opera (1712).

249.
Soleva il traditore ; fr. opera by Pergo-

lesi. 287.
" Solimanno " : arrangement of part of

opera (late 18th cent.). 360.

part of opera by Galuppi. 296.

V. also Ah, se in ciel ; Dove e 1' in-
grata.

opera by Hasse. 292.

opera by J. G. Naumann. 303.

opera by Perez. 285. v. also Ah,

se in ciel; Infelice abbandonata.

Solitarii passegi : song by Tosi. 500,

563.
Solitario bosco : song (after 1794). 576.
fr. opera (late 18th cent., etc.).

365, 370.
Solitudine amena : song (1681). 482.
Solitudini amene ; f r. opera by Terra-

dellas. 284.
Solitudini care : song by Scarlatti.

584, .588.
Soil dann, liebste Phyllis: song (1640).

472.
Soil dann, schonste Doris: song (1640).

472.
Solo e pensoso : madrigals (two settings,

after 1601). 140, 141.

madrigal by W. Horsley. 165.

■ • madrigal by Nasco. 159.

Solo imparai da forte : song by Righini.

636.
Solo in morir desio : song by Orlandini.

528.
Solo pieta vi chiede : song (1717-1737).

503.



862



INDEX I.



Solovee moe : song by A. Alabiefi.

Printed. 635.
Solvitur acris hiemps : motet by J. Fries

and H. Textor. 197.
Some ages in story : catch by R. Price.

38.
Some drink, boy : catch by W. Lawes.

84.
Some jolly sailors : song by Dibdin.

605.
Some ladies I have : song by Bishop.

633.
Some men desire : madrigal by Weelkes.

148.
Some others may with safety tell : song

(1681). 483.
Some say that Signor Buononcini :

catch (late 18th cent.). 38.
Some say topers ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 646.
Some talk of Alexander : song (late

18th cent.). 596.
Some thirty or forty : catch (late 18th

cent.). 36.
Sometime my hope: madrigal by A.

Ferrabosco [sen.]. 141, 185.
Sometime, when hope. v. Gia fii ch' io.
Sometimes I would have any : song by

J. Gamble. 497.
Somewhat musing : madrigal by R.

Fairfax. 121, 127.
Sommes-nous pas trop heureux. v.

Que craignez-vous.
Sommi Dei, se giusti siete ; fr. opera

by Porpora. 268.
Sommo Rettor del cielo; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
Son come farfalletta : song (1708). 507.
Son confusa ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

272, 287.

fr. opera by Perez. 259.

Son contenta della sorte ; fr. opera by

Rauzzini. 365.
Son disperato : duet by Teuaglia. 59 (2).
Son dolente; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

235.
Son fanciulla ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

291.
Son felicc, amato bene ; fr. opera by

F. Biauchi. 380.
Son ferita : song (1683 ?). 485.
Son geloso : song by IMagini. 508.
Son gelsomino : song by Handel. 560.
Son giix prigion : duet (early 18th cent.).

62.
Sou guerrier ; fr. opera by P. Guglielmi.

351.
Son lieto e felice : song (after 1699).

490.
Son lontano da chi adoro : duet by

Steffani. 70, 76, 81.
Son lungi : song by Paer. 622.
Sou morta, o Dio ; fr. opera by P.

Guglielmi. 362.
Son morto : madrigal (16th cent.). 136.



Son pastorella : song by Marcello. 586.
Son ]Diu di : song by Astorga. 507.
Son poeta: song (early 19th cent.).

611.
Son presa. v. Danzava con maniere.
Son prigionier, lo vedo ; fr. opera by

Tarchi. 260.
Son prigioniera ; fr. opera bv Porpora.

340.
Son pur care : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.

duet (18th cent.). 78.

Son qua coUa chitarra : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Son qual misero naviglio ; fr. oj)era by

Porpora. 282.
Son qual nave ; fr. opera by Vinci.

282.
Son qual per mare ; fr. opera by Leo.

270.

fr. opera by Perez. 835.

Son questi ultimi momenti : song by

Scarlatti. 524.
Son regina e sono amante ; fr. opera .

(18th cent.). 346.

fr. opera by Vinci. 841.

Son si avvezzo alle pene : madrigal by

Reggio. 155.
Son spezzate le catene : song by Cavalli.

482.
Son sventurato ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

335.

fr. opera by Perez. 298.

Son tanti, e lo sapete, i pianti : song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 134).
Son tiiauni; fr. opera (?), by Scarlatti.

233.
Son tradito : song by G. P. di Domenico.

506.
Son troppo innocente : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Son tutte mendaci : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Son vassallo di Cupido ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 236.
Son vinto : song (17th-18th cent.). 500.
Sonno amico : duet by Jommelli. 88.
Sonne diletto : madrigal by A. Gabrieli.

140.
Sonno, scendesti. v. Sleep, sleep, mine

only jewel.
Sono amante e sono figlia ; fr. opera by

Capelli. 268.
Sono amante, ma senza conforto : song

by PoUaroli. 508.
Sono amante, ne trovo pieta : song

(17th-18th cent.). 500.
Sono erede di tormenti : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77.
Sono guerriera ; fr. opera (?), by Scar-
latti. 233.
Sono i colpi ; fr. opera by Handel.

340.
Sono in armi : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 559.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



863



Sono in mar con ria procella. v.

" Carlo, re d'AUemagna."
Sono in mar ; non veggo sponde : f r.

opera by G. F. di Majo. 299.
Sono inuamorato ; fr. opera (late 18tli

cent.). 366.
Sono io, barbara donna : song by

G. [B.] Buononcini. 584.
duet by Durante [from Scarlatti].

82 (31552. f. 7), 84 (14110, f. 4), 85

(31539, f. 113), 91 (31515, f.95b).
song by Scarlatti. 584.



Sono liete : duet by Handel. 65.
Sont les filles de I'opera : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Sont les filles de la butte St. Roch :

song (after 1744). 550.
Sont les moines de St. Amand : song

(1728). 523.
Soon as I close my eyes : duet by

Savage. 74.
Sopportar non devo ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 335.
Sopra cocchio di ferro : song bv Colonna.

488.
Sopra d' un duro scoglio : song (1683 ?).

485.
Sopra d' un verde prato : song by As-

torga. 585.
Sopra del bel Sebeto : song by Fago.

558.
Sopra il famoso fiume : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 489.
Sopra il mar : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Sopra il sen : song by Carissimi. 500.
Sopra le verdi chiome : madrigal by

A. Ruotta. 173.
Sopra lo scoglio : duet (18th-19thcent.).

90.
Sopra un bel poggio assisa : song by

[■? G. B.] Buononcini. 590.
Sopra un' eccelsa torre : song (18th

cent.). 583.

song by Stradella. 481, 504 (2).

Sorge il di ; fr. cantata by Handel.

24.
Sorge infausta una procella ; fr. opera

by Handel. 269.
Sorge r alba : song by G. [B.] Buo-
noncini. 582, 590.

• song [? by Dragonetti]. 604.

Sorge Lidia : song by Leo. 590.
Sorge va il sol : song by Scarlatti. 577.
Sorrow, come : madrigal by W. Wig-
thorp, fr. J. Dowland. 137.
Sorrow in vain : song (1678-1682). 479.
Sorrow, sorrow, stay : song [by J. Dow-
land]. 468.
Sorte, destino : song (1721). 513.
Sortez de la Bastille : song (after 1744,

etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331, f. 25).
Sortez, nies voix : duet by L. Opstraet

van der Moelen. 54.
Sortez, ombres, v. Sortez, Pinon.



Sortez, Pinon ; fr. opera [? by Lully].

256.
" Sosarme " : opera by Handel, v. In

mille ; Rendi il sereno ; Sincero

affetto.
Sospira, anima mia : song by A — B —

(18th cent.). 583.
Sospiri, che fate : madrigal (early 17th

cent.). L55.
Sospiri, che uscite : song by Carissimi.

481.
Sospiri del mio seno : song by Hasse.

556.
Sospiri miei : song by L. Rossi. 495.
Sospiri, ola, che fate : song [by L.

Rossi]. 494, 495.
Sospiri, ove n'andate: madrigal by

Gasparini. 166.
Sospiri, volate con le auro : song by

Mouarino. 588.
Sospiri, volate sul cor del mio ben :

duet (mid. 18th cent.). 66.
Sotto faggio frondoso : song by Colonna.

488.
Sotto r arco d' un bel ciglio. v. Dal

cielo cader.
Sotto r ombra d' un faggio : song by

Leo. 564.

■ song by Porpora. 512.

Sotto quel faggio : duet by J. G.

Naumann. 90.
Sotto un raggio di rigida stella : song

(after 1740). 527.
Sotto vedovo cielo : song by Cesti. 496,
Sotto verdi fraschette : madrigal by

— Gerardello. 122.
Souffrirez-vous quarante : song (after

1744, etc.). 518, 530 (no. 80).
Sound, fame, thy brazen trumpet ; fr.

opera by H. Purcell. 248.
Sound out, my voice, with pleasant

tunes : madrigal by Palestrina. 141,

151, 160, 185.
Sound the trumpet : ode by H. Purcell.

213, 215. V. also Let Cffisar and

Urania live ; While Csesar like the

Morning Star.
Sound, ye shepherds : song (1615-1626).

469.
Source de mes langueurs : song (1620-

1621). 469.
Source des plus aimables charmes :

song (17th cent.). 492.
Sourds regrets: madrigal (16th cent.).

129.
Sous le regne de Louis : song (after

1744). 537.
Sous les arbres epais : song by — Cour-

bois. 525.
"Sous les 6toiles." v. La chaleur.
Sous les lois de I'hym^n^e : song (after

1744). 545.
Sous trois regnes : song (after 1744).

547.
Sous un ormeau : song (1760). 567.



864



INDEX I



Souvenez-vous en. v. Quand je vols la

Vaubecourt.
Souvent je m'ebats : madrigal (early

16th cent.). 123.
Souvent I'amour se cache : song (1760).

566.
Souvent mes pas: song (1448). 465.
Souverain juge de la police ; fr. opera

(after 1726, etc.). 255, 273, 274

(Eg. 817, no. 3), 277 (King's 330,

f.203b).
Sovereign Lord. v. Enforce yourself.
Sovra. f. Sopra.
Soyez assuree de ma flamme ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 274.
Soyez enfin la bienvenue : song (after

1744). 536.
Soyez, jeune Iris: song (after 1726).

518.
Soyons joveux : two madrigals [? by J.

T. Geraifde]. 132, 134.
Spande ancor : song by Handel. 641.
Spangled green ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 646.
Spare, mighty love : song by — King.

483.
Spare my sorrow, rural pleasure : song

(early 18th cent.). 503.
Spargan Flora e Giunon : madrigal by

Giovanelli. 173, 177.
Sparge al vento le querele; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Sparge la morte : madrigal by Gesualdo.

164.
Sparite, o]Densieri ; fr. opera by Handel.

334.
Sparve ogni nume : madrigal by Y.

Bell'haver. 173.
by A. Gabrieli. r. Sperar non si

potea.
Spazza cammin : song (beg. 19th cent.).

609.
Spectre mouvant : song (after 1744).

555.
Speme nobile ; fr. opera (1st half of

18th cent.). 283.
Spento quel mostro indegno ; fr. opera

(1712). 248.
Spera che il dio d' amor : song (17th-

18th cent.). 500.
Spera che la speranza : song (1721).

513.
Spera, si, mi dice il cor; fr. opera by

Handel. 262, 339.
Spera, spera che mia sarai : song by

Gasparini. 563.
Sperai dal tempo : song (1710). 508.
Sperai, ne m' ingannai ; fr. opera by

Handel. 340.
Sperai vicino al lido ; fr. opera by [J.

F.] Eeichardt. 306.
Speranza del mio cor ; fr. opera (after

1761). 296.
Speranza e il piii bel dono : song (early

19th cent.). 612.



Speranza ingannatrice ; f r. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Speranza lusinghiera : song by Paer.

614.
Speranze, che m' andate ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 234.
Speranze, che venite : song by Melaui.

513.
■ Speranze del mio cor : song by Porpora.

512, 513, 584.

duet by Steffani. 66, 89.

i Speranze fallaci : song by Melani. 513.
Speranze mie : duet by Lotti. 83, 91,

176.
Speranze nel mio cor. v. Speranze del

mio cor.
Sperar non si poteva : madrigal by A.

Gabrieli. 140, 173.
Sperate, miseri : duet by S. Wesley. 73.
Spero che avro : song by Scarlatti. 508.
Spero da te : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Spero indarno : duet by Handel. 05,
I 98.
Spesso amor dicemi : duet (early 18th

cent.). 62.
Spesso amor sotto la forma : madrigal

by Clari. 157, 158, 177.
Spesso fra vaghe rose ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 265, 283.
Spesso mi sento dir: song by Palma.

585.
Spiega il volo : song by Porta. 528.
Spiega un volo cosi altiero : duet by

L. Eossi. 50, 59.
Spieggasti troppo alto, mio cor : duet
I by Marcello. 83.
I Spine, voi che germogliate : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
I " Spinners and weavers." r. In lonely

room.
Spira dagli occhi suoi : madrigal by
I [G. E.] Bernabei. 175.
' Spira di fronda in f ronda : song by

G. Giorgi[o ?]. 583.
Spiri, dolce Favonio : madrigal by

Mareuzio. 179.
Spirit of the golden Ivre : ode by

Crotch. 222.
Spiritelli, che intorno volate ; fr. opera

by Hummel. 386.
Spirits, advance ; fr. opera, adapted

fr. ['? B.] Cooke. 390.
Spirto di Dio : madrigal by Lotti.
i 182, 192.
Splenda per voi ; fr. opera by Pergo-

lesi. 270, 279.
Spleude per mille amanti ; fr. opera by

Porpora. 287.
Splendete, splendete : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 59).
Sport and revel ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

378.
Sportive feathers : song adapted by

Mazzinsrhi fr. Sarti. 605.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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Sposo amato ; fr. opera by P. Guglielmi.

385.
Sposo, un memento ; fr. opera (ISth

cent.). 34i.
Sprezza il furor del vento ; fr.

[? by Hummel]. 319.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 270.

Sprigionati dal sonno : song by

parini. 563.
•'Spring." V. The winter is over and



opera



Gas-



chorus arranged by
(late 18th cent.).



son



gone.
Spring flowers :

Bishop. 51.
Spring returns

596.
Spring, the sweet spring ; part-song by

Hatton. 457.
"Spring-song." v. Sweetest spring.
Spuntavan gia : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Squarciami pur; fr. opera by Terra-

dellas. 260.
"Squire Whimsical " (18th cent.). 202

(304).
Sta in tuono : song (1681). 481.
Sta presente il mio tesoro : song by

Scarlatti. 526.



opera by Hummel.
(18th cent.). 201
song by



•• Stadt und Land":

387.
"Stags knattered "

(248).
Stan soggetti alia fortuna

G. del Violone. 559.
Stanca del mio penar : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 123b).
Stanca di piu penar ; song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 590.
Stanco di pascolar : two songs (beg.

19th cent., etc.). 609 (34295, f.54b),

611, 609 (.34295, f.51b).
Stanco di pianger : song by Titij. 495.
Stanco il pi6 : song by A. Melani. 513.
Stanco, ma non ferito ; f r. opera by

Cimarosa. 364.
Stand ! Give the word of command :

trio by Eoger Hill. 652, 653.
Stand round, my brave boys : song by

Handel. 642.
Stando accanto all' idol mio ; fr. opera

by Giacomelli. 283.
Standomi un giorno : madrigal by

Lasso. 166.
Stanotte mi sognava : madrigal [by G.

Boni]. 142.
"Stanton's merriment" (18tb cent.).

201 (242).
" Stapleford Hall " (18th cent.). 201.
Star of descending night : glee by Call-

cott. 106.
Stars of the summer night : part-song

by Hatton. 457.
State and ambition : song (1682-1690).

485.
State su, donne : madrigal by Nicolo

del Proposto. 121.

Tl



" Statira " : opera by Scarlatti. 281.
Stavasi assisa Clori : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 42).
Stay, Corydon, thou swain : madrigal

by Wilbye. 152, 183.
Stay, Daphne, stay, and do not leave

me : catch by S. Webbe, sen. 45.
Stay, Daphne, stay ; leave me not :

madrigal (early 17th cent.). 138.
Stay, gentle echo : duet by Blow. 59.



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