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Stay, lovely nymph : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Stay, stay ; fr. opera by J. Eccles.

247.
Stay, Phoebus, stay : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Stay! Shut the gate: duet (1678-1682).

55.
Stay, stay, old time : song (after 1669 ?).

477.
Stay, sweet enchanter: song (1815).

625.
Stella, die in ciel : madrigal by Inge-

gueri. 166.
Stella crudel : madrigal by C. Le Jeune.

140.
Stelle amichc : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Stelle, che rimirate : song by Beren-

clow. 490.
■ — — song by L. Rossi. 494.
Stelle, dite : song (1st half of 18th cent.).

559.
Stelle, non m' uccidete : song bv Ziaui.

491.
Stelle, non mi tradite : song by Stra-

della. 501.
Stelle perfide : song by Handel. 560.
Stelle spietate : song (1712?). 509.
Sternen - schimmernde : cantata by

Liszt. 24.
Steso gia la notte ; fr. opera (?), by

Marazzoli. 234.
'Sti ucchiuzzi languidi : song by G.

Fortunato. 609.
Still I am wishing : song by [? H.]

Purcell. 487.
Stir the fire : trio (late 18th cent.). 655.
"Stir the guile '^ (18th cent.). 201

(279).
Sto aspettando 1' idol mio : song (18th

cent.). 585.
'Sto core infiammato: song (1807). 622.
'Sto core mio : madrigal by Lasso.

161.
Sto in mezzo all' onde : song by Por-

pora. 528.
'Sto mazzalin di fiori : song (early 18th

cent.). 610.
Stracciami pur, amor : madrigal by

Marenzio (?). 136.
Stragi, morti ; fr. opera by Handel. 269.
Strahlen, die aus Osten stammen :

song by Hummel. 624.
Strali, facelle : song by Scarlatti. 515.

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INDEX I.



Strange news from The Rose : catch by

Wise. 28, 37.
Strange were the life : madrigal by

Bateson. 141.
" Strathallan's lament." v. Thickest

night.
Stretch'd on the bier : glee by Alcock.

104.
• • Strickland " : Scotch tune (18th cent.) .

207.
Strife, hurry and noise : song by Blow.

482.
Strike it up, neighbour, v. Strike it

up, tabor.
Strike it up, tabor : madrigal by Weelkes.

148, 191.
Strike up. v. "The Richmond ball."
Strike up the tabor, v. Strike it up,

tabor.
Stringeami Cxalatea : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Stringete pur : duet (18th cent.). 79.
Stringilo pur al sen; fr. opera, (late

17th cent.). 235.
Strinse Amarilli : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
•' Struensee " : operatic overture by

Meyerbeer. 430.
Su, dunque, o Clori. r. Clori, deh,

mira.
Su, dunque ! Voglio here ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.
Su, ferisci : duet by Steffani. G9, 77,

80, 81.
Su n, su n : song (1807). 622.
Su, lodate, o valli : part-song (18th-19th

cent.). 454.
Su, miei spirti : song (1683 ?). 485.
Su quel labbro: song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Su quelle luci ; fr. opera by Bernasconi.

265.
Su questa amena sponda : madrigal by

Gasparini. 165.
Su, su ! Nel mio cor : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
Su trombe guerriere ; fr. opera (1st half

of 18th cent.). 283.
Su, volgetevi : song by A. Melani. 513.
Sub diversis speciebus : motet bv

Cobbold. 195.
Such command : song by T. ToUett.

487.
Such fame can never pass away ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 376.
Such pleasant boughs : madrigal by

A. Ferrabosco. 141.
Snsse, heilige Natur : song by — Andr6.

599.
Siisses, affectirtes Wesen : song by

Siissmayr. 598.
Suivez les lois ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

344,
"Sukey bids me" (18th cent.). 202

(360).



Sul margine d' un rio : song ['? by Lord

Burghersh]. 614.
Sul margine fiorito : song by Scarlatti.

511.
Sul mio capo ; fr. opera [? by Nasolini],

355.
Sul mio cor; fr. opera by Pergolesi.

267, 270.
Sul mio labbro; fr. opera (18th cent.).

342.
Suir ampia fronte : madrigal by

Marenzio. 180.
Suir erba verde : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 78b).
"Sulla." V. "Silla."
Sulla cima d' un monte : song by

Porpora. 611.
Sulla fiorita sponda : song by Porpora.

584.
Sulla nascente erbetta : song by Astorga.

512, 584.
Sulla piazza : song (after 1794). 576.
Sulla riva d' un ruscello : song by

Mancini. 584.
Sulla riva del Tebro : madrigal by

[Guillavime ?] Tessier. 166.
Sulla ruota d' un pensiero : song (1683 ?) .

485.
Sulla ruota di fortuna ; fr. opera [by

Handel]. 281.
Sulla spiaggia deserta : song (1683?).

485.
Sulla sponda d' un rio : song (18th cent.) .

583.
Sulla sponda del mar : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 582.
Sulla sponda del pigro Lete ; fr. opera

by Handel. 339.
Sulla sponda fiorita : song by Scarlatti .

489, 511.
Sulla sponda odorosa : song by [? M. A.]

Buononcini. 502.
Sulle ale d' un sospiro : song by Cara-

pella. 502.
Sulle deserte sponde : song by F.

Chelleri. 586.
Sulle fiorite sponde : madrigal by Mas-

saino. 173, 177.
Sulle ormc del desio ; fr. opera (1761 ?).

295.
Sulle sponde del Reno : song by Scar-
latti. 561.
Sulle sponde del Tebro : song by Scar-
latti. 604.
Sulle sponde del torbido Lete ; f r. opera

by Hummel. 386.
Sullo svenato amante ; fr. opera by

Vinci. 340.
Sully, Armand : song (after 1744, eic).

542, 557 (King's 333, f. 206b).
Sum up all the delights : catch bv

H. Purcell. 28, 37 (31462, f.5b),

40.
Summer is a-coming in : round (after

1226). 25.



INITIAL WOKDS AND TITLES.



867



Suol dopo notte oscura : song by Gas-

parini (?). 563.
Suonav le labbra. c. Di netfcare.
Suonera 1' ultima tromba : song (1723-

1732?). 514.
Buperbi miei peiisieu : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
Superbo di me stesso ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 259.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 266, 335.

Support vour servant : madrigal (after

1604). 'l44.
Sur I'amoureux Neptune : song (after

1726). 521.
Sur I'herbette. v. Dessus I'herbe.
8ur le Pont Breton. ?•. La princesse

de Conty.
Sur le Rhiii : song jafter 1744, rtc).

540,557 (King's 333, f.26).
Sur lo saint d'aujourd'hui : song (after

1744). 553.
Sur le sein de Neptune: song (1728).

523.
Sur les ailes de la victoire : song (after

1744). .551.
Sur Marie Louise do Gonzague : song

(after 1744). 531.
Sur mcr fuyons : song (after 1744). 544.
Sur ton imprudence : song (after 1744).

554.
Sur tons rocfrets : madrigal (16th cent.).

134.
Sur trois fiUes d'op6ra : song (after

1744, etc.). " "" "" ' '"

f.l43b).
Sur vos pas

Rousseau].
Sure, ain't I



550, 557 (King's 336,

fr. opera ? bv J. J.
291.
the drummer



fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
Sure, Chloe is the sweetest lass : catch

by W. P. Stevens. 47.
Sure de ta foi : duet (1757). 69.
Sure, don't they call me ; fr. tai^le

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
Sure, Sally is the loveliest lass : song

by [T, A.J Arne. 593.
Sure, thou framed wert by art : trio by

H. Lawes. 053.
Sure, 'twas a dream ; song [by Alfonso

Marsh, sen.]. 491.
Surely, that 's the charming maid : duet

by S. Webbe. 85.
Surly Giles' old cat : catch bv S. Webbe.

45.
Sub, bons Fran<jais : song (after 1726).

521.
Sus, Fran(?ais : song (after 1744). 534.
Susanna fair sometime assaulted was :

madrigal (a 5) by Byrd. 153.

madrigal (a 3) by Byrd. 169

(23626, f. 12b).

song [adapted from ByrdJ. 469.

Susanuafair sometimeof love : madrigal

[by A. Ferrabosco, sen.]. 139, 185.

by Lasso, v. Suzanne un jour.



Suzanne dans le bain : song (after

1744). 537.
Suzanne un jour : madrigal by Lasso.

130, 141, 144, 154, 160, 185.
Svela, se m' ami ; fr. opera by Latilla.

266.
Svenami ormai, crudele ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 3'72.
Sventurata, si; fr. opera by Feo. 283.
Sventurato Gairba. v. "Fingallo."
"Swedish patriotism" : op era by Bishop.

408.
Sweet, airy being : glee by W. Linley.

116.
Sweet and low : fragment of part-song

by Barnby. 457.
Sweet Annie : song arranged by I.

Pleyel. 601, 603 (35278, f. 3).
Sweet are the banks : glee by Bayley.

101.
Sweet are the thoughts : madrigal by

Pizzoni. 190.
Sweet bard : glee by Callcott. 107.
Sweet boys, rise : catch (late 18th cent.).

36.
Sweet constellations : duet by S. Wes-
ley. 73, 97.
Sweet ditties ; f r. opera by Dibdin.

376.
Sweet doth blush the rosy morning :

song (1789). 574.
Sweet echo sleeps : glee by W. Linley.

111.
Sweet echo, sweetest nymph : song

(18th-19th cent.). 60G.

fr. masque by H. Lawes. 325.

Sweet enslaver : catch by Atterbury.

31, 46.
Sweet eyes : madrigal by Venturi. 145,

186.
Sweet heart, arise ; madrigal by Maren-

zio. 141.
Sweet home, sweet pleasure : duet by

Dibdin. 89.
Sweet honey-sucking bees : madrigal

by Wilbye. 151, 185, 190.
Sweet is the breath of morn. v. Non

dan pace.
Sweet is the dew-drop ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 646.
Sweet is the vale : glee by Hook. 50.
" Sweet Kathleen Macrae." v. Ye

winds.
Sweet lady moon : part-song by Hatton.

456.
Sweet lady, thou'rt fair : madrigal by

T. Miles. 191.
Sweet lord, your flame, v. Lady, my

flame.
Sweet love, if thou : madrigal by Wil-
bye. 183.
Sweet love, when hope. v. Amor

quando fioriva.
Sweet minstrel : duet by D. Bruguier.

04.

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INDEX I.



Sweet Molly Mizen ; fr. opera by Dib-

din. 375, 376.
Sweet muse, inspire : glee by [T. A.]

Arne. 99, 113.
Sweet muse, who lov'st : glee ['? by

Stevens]. 109.
Sweet muses, nurses of delight : song

(1615-1626). 469.
Sweet muses, nymphs and shepherds,

sporting : madrigal by M. Este. 151.
Sweet music, thou alone : song (18th-

19th cent.). 607.
Sweet needle : madrigal [? by Nichol-
son]. 140.
Sweet nosegays ; song by Hook. 616.
Sweet nymph, around thy hallow'd

shrine : glee by Callcott. 106.
Sweet nymph, come : madrigal by

Morley. 169 (23625, f. 54).
Sweet offspring of enraptur'd ^May :

glee by Callcott. 106.
Sweet peace, that kindly sheds ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 376.
Sweet rose, conceal thy lovely head ;

song by T. Miles. 624.
Sweet smile : song by Greene. 527.
Sweet sparkle of love's fire : madrigal

by G. M. Nanino. 144, 186.
Sweet, stay awhile : song (1630). 471.
Sweet stream : glee [by S. Webbe, jun. 1.

100, 109.
Sweet, sugar'd Sue : catch (late 18th

cent.). 36.
Sweet, sweet heart's-ease. v. Yes,

meekest rosebuds wear a thorn.
Sweet, they say : madrigal by Nichol-
son. 140.
Sweet thrush : glee by Danby. 113.
Sweet tyranness ; trio by H. Purcell

[sen.]. 653, 655.
Sweet warbler : glee by W. Linley.

111.
Sweet was my bliss ; fr. opera bv

Dibdin. 376.
Sweet was the bloom : song by M.

Kelly. 628.
Sweet Willy : fr. table entertainment

[by Dibdin]. 643.
Sweetest spring : part-song by Hatton.

456.
Sweetly dawns the early day : glee by

Clement Smith. 107.
Sweetly in life ; fr. opera by Mazziiighi.

404.
Sweetly pleasing singest thou : madrigal

by Mosto. 141.
Sweetly-breathing vernal air : glee by

Callcott. 105.
Swift flew the day : song by Hook. 616.
Swift through the yielding air : song

by H. Lawes. 474.
Swifter, Isis, swifter flow : ode bv H.

PurceU. 213.
Swiftly from the mountain's brow :

glee by S. Webbe. 102.



Swiftly we fly : duet by Bishop. 96.

"Sylla." u. "Silla."

Sylvia, forgive me : song (1681). 483.

T' ama ; etc. v. Ti ama.

T' intendo, si, mio cor : song by Porpora.

564, 581.
'T meisken was jong : madrigal (16th

cent.). 128.
T'other dav as I sat : song by Hook.

615.
Ta bonne grace : madrigal (16th cent.).

132.
— — madrigal by Canis. 160.
Ta cour, est-il vrai : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 68).
Ta femme, mon compere : song (after

1726). 520.
Ta presence dans cc sejour : song (1760).

567.
"Tabor and pipe" (18th cent.). 201

(268).
Tacciano i venti. v. Spiri, dolce Fa-

vonio.
Tacere e sospirar e peua : song by Pas-

quini. 490.
Tacere c sospirar, finger ; fr. opera

(after 1699). 233.
Tacete, amanti : duet by Marcello. 83.
Tacete, oime : duet by Handel. 65.
Taci, Armelin : trio (? fr. opera) by

Reggio. 650.
Taci, o cor : song by Bennati. 562.
Tai, tai, tai . . . io canto : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
Taisez-vous, Boileau : song (after 1744,

etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331, f. 127).
Taisez-vous, tambours, v. Taisez-vous,

Boileau.
Tak' your auld cloak, v. In winter,

when the rain.
Take a ladle : catch (late 18th cent.). 36.
Take a pound of Initter : catch by Nel-

ham. 29, 37.
"Take heart." v. All day the stormy

wind.
Take heed betime : madrigal (tcmi).

EHzabeth). 139.
Take here my heart : madrigal by

Weelkes. 184.
" Take my bit " (18th cent.). 201 (193).
Take, take those lips away : glee by

Callcott. 106.

glee by Elliott. 111.

song by J. Wilson. 475.

Take the child upon your knee : song

by Hatton. 640.
Take this : catch (late 18th cent.). 41.
Tai mi fece. v. Non ti sdegnar vezzosa.
Tai vicina a giglio e rosa ; fr. opera by

Ariosti. 382.
Tala lerita : song (after 1744). 550.
Talche dovunque : madrigal [by Ma-

renzio]. 141. r. also N^ fero sdegno.
" Tale toddle " (18th cent.). 199 (7).



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



869



Talk not of love : soug(late 18th cent.)-

596.
Talor dice ' II mio ben ' : song by Cara-

pella. 502.
Talor, se il vento frenic ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 290.
Talora intento : madrigal by [G. E.]

Bernabei. 175.
' ' Tam Glen." v. My heart is a-breaking.
"Tamerlan and Bajazet." v. "The

secret mine."
"Tamerlano": fragment of opera by

Handel. 297. v. also Conservate per

miafiglia; Coronata di gigli ; Empi,

se mi sdegnate; Lacci, ferri ; Padre

amato ; Quando il fato ; Se ad un

costante cor ; Sulla sponda del pigro

Lete ; Vedro che mi di.
" Tancrede " : opera [by Campra]. 267.

V. also Manes des rois ; Regne, amour.
"Tancredi " : opera by Rossini. 407.
Taudis que dans le combat : song (after

1744). 552.
Tant ai souffert : madrigal [?by J. T.

Gerardej. 134, 135.

madrigal by J. Le Roy. 177.

Tant bien : madrigal (? 16tli cent.). 142.
Tant de charmes : song (17th cent.).

492.
Tant doux plaisirs : song by J. J. Rous-
seau. 570.
Tant est amour servi longnement : song

[by Thibaut, King of Navarre]. 464.
Tant pis, tant mieux. v. Ce puissant

roi.
Taut qu'a mon Colin; fr. opera [by

J. J. Rousseau]. 291.
Tant qu'en amour : madrigal (16th

cent.). 132.
Tant que Canillac : song (after 1744).

541.
Tant que vivrai : madrigal by Jan de

Gero. 172.
Tant que vous fntes libertin. v. Si les

places.
Tauta dogiia : madrigal by I. Alberti.

130.
Tantara ran tan tan, cries Mars : mad-
rigal by Weelkes. 148.



(1st half of 18th
opera by Handel.



Tante perle : song

cent.). 559.
Tanti affanni ; fr.

262.
Tanti strali : duet by Handel. 65.
Tanto dunque e si roo : song by Hasse.

584.
Tanto fuoco (?) accolgo in petto : song

(17th-18th cent.). 499.
Tapin, toi qui comme un vautour : song

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

336, f. 51).
" Tarare." v. " Axur, re d' Ormus."
Tarare, ponpon. v. Seigneur, vite au

secours ; etc.
" Tar-water " (18th cent.). 202 (298).



' ' Tatnam fair." ;;. ' ' Tott'nham fair."
' ' Tattoo " (18th cent.). 198.
Tausend Vergniigung' : song (1711).

509.
Te bien aimer : song by Siissmayr. 597.
Tear-drops ; fr. opera by Balfe. 432.
Tears do not spare mine eyes : song by

J. Wilson. 477.
Teco resti ; fr. opera by Sarti. 365.
Tel dicea, povero core; song by Man-

cini. 560.
"Telemacco." r. Ah, 1' ho presente.
" Telemachus." v. "Morpheus."
Tell her I love her so : song by Shield.

636.
Tell me, dear: madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f. 12).
Tell me, ere I'm gone too far : song by

James Hart. 484.
Tell me, lovely, loving pair : song by J.

Gourteville. 487.
Tell me, lovely shepherd: glee (1775-

1822). 102.
Tell me no more her eyes ; song by W.

Lavs^es. 473.
Tell me no more how fair : song by J.

Wilson. 477.
Tell me no more of constancy : song

(1678-1682). 480.
Tell me no more of gyves of brass : duet

(1678-1682). 55.
Tell me not I my time misspend : song

by J. Wilson. 477, 479.
Tell me not of joys above : song by

Lodge-Ellerton. 628.
Tell me not of men's follies ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
Tell me now : song bv A. G. Thomas.

640.
Tell me, shepherd : duet by Laniere. 55.
Tell me, shepherds, have you seen : song

(late 17th cent.). 498.

glee by Berg. 104.

Tell me then the reason : glee by

Atterbury. 104.
Tell me, thou dear : glee by J. Dyne.

104.
Tell me, Thyrsis ; fr. opera by H. Pack.

229, 230.
Tell me what healing medicine : catch

by S. Webbe [sen.]. 31.
Tell me where is fancy bred : glee liy

Stevens. 99.

operatic duet adapted fr. Steven-
son. 408.

Tell me, ye stars : song by J. Wilson.

479.
Tell me, you wand'ring spirits ; song

"by H. Lawes]. 491.
Tell "my Strephon : glee by J. Hindle.

104.
Tell, O tell me ; fr. opera by Galliard.

252.
Tern tebya ya ogorchila : song arranged

liy Hummel. 632.



870



INDEX T.



Temer di chi s' adora ; song (17th-18t]i

cent.). 500.
■' Temistoole " : opera by Bernasconi.

V. E specie di tormento.
opera by J. Cbinzer. v. Quaiido

parto.

opera by Jommelli. 330. v. also



Chi mai d' iniqua stella.

— opera by Leo. v. Sceglier fra
mille.

— opera by Pacini. 411.
opera by Pergolesi. v. Sceglier



fra mille.
Tempeste funesto. r. " II prigionier

fortunate."
Tempeste serene: duet bv Steffaiii.

89.
Tempo gia f u : song by Reggio. 48G.
Temp'ra gli affanni tuoi ; song by

Cafaro. 595.
Ten pentirai : song by Reggio. 482.
Tendre amour, enchantez ; fr. opera

[? by J. J. Rousseau]. 291.
Tendre amour, qu'il est doux : duet bv

— Patin. G4.
"Tendre declaration." v. Plus je vous

vois.
Tendre fruit des pleurs : song (1760).

566.

fr. opera [? by J. J. Rousseau].

291.

song (another setting) by J. J.

Rousseau. 570.

Tendre m^lancolie : song (after 1794).

577.
Tendres amauts : song (1728). 522.
Tendres cceurs : duet (1757). 68.
Tendres fruits, v. Tendre fruit.
Teneri affetti ; fr. opera by A. Auri-

aicchio. 275.
Teneri guardi ; fr. opera [by Gasparini] .

297.
Tenez, monsieur Joconde : song (1760).

566.
Tengo per iufallibilc : duet by Steffani.

69, 76, 81 (2).
Tengo yo una cachuchita : duet (early

19th cent.). 91.
" Tent and brandy" (ISth cent.). 202

" Teraminta." v. No more I'll rove.
' ' Teresa e Claudio " : opera by Farinelli.

390.
Tergi il ciglio : so)ig by Fiore. 528.
Tergi il pianto ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

365.
Tergi le ingiuste lagrime ; fr. opera by
'^Jommelli. 271.
Tergi quegli occhi belli ; fr. opera by

Millico. 327.
Tergi quel caro ciglio ; fr. opera bv

Perez. 285, 296, 298, 336.
Terrat a tort : song (after 1726). 519.

V. also Terrat fait mal.
Terrat fait mal : song (after 1744). 540.



Terrat se dit : soug (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 174b).
Terrible au Jeu : song (after 1726).

520.
Tes beaux yeux: song (after 1744).

548.
••Teseo." v. Piu non cerca; Si, si!

T'amo; Vieni, torna.
Teseo, mio ben. r. •' Arianna in

Nasso."
Tesse, g6n6ral des galeres : soug (after
1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334,
f. 151).
Tesse, le fils : song (after 1744). 542.
Tetigu6, si jc la tenais. v. Autrefois

les femmes.
Th. . . du. . . fa. . . : song (after 1669?).

478.
That beauteous creatui'o : song by T.

Stafford. 479.
That Celia now my heart does claim :

song by Akeroyd. 487.
That flame is born of earthly fire :

song by W. Lawes. 473.
That flatt'riug glass : song (after 1669 ?).

477.
That goodly lass. v. Margaret meek.
That mortal to \vhom ; fr. opera by
Dibdin. 376.
■■ That of wise men makes \vorse than
' swine : madrigal (fcnip. Elizabeth).
139.
That was my jov : madrigal (1501).
124.
! That was m^y woe : madrigal by R.

Fairfax. 124, 160.
! The Achilles, tho' christen'd ; fr. opera
: by Arnold. 323,

' "The adventures of five hours." i\ I
i lov'd and am belov'd.
! "The ^thiop" : opera by Bishop and
! Boieldieu. 388, 396, 397.
, - The agreeable disappointment." v.
Chloe found love.
The air is fresh; fr. opera by Dibdin.
374.
, The air with music gently wound.
V. " Circe."
"The alchvmist": opera bv Handel.

286.
•'The allurement of love." v. "Sercli

hudol."
"The amorous goddess." r. Soft in-
vader.
••The amorous miser." r. While the

lover.
"The ancient Britons in London."

V. " Y Cymry dedwydd."
'■The ancient modulation." "Yr hen

erddygan."
• ' The Andalusian merchant." v. Thule,

the period.
The anguish of my bursting heart :
trio harmonized bv Bruguier from
Havdn. 658.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



871



" The antiquary " : opera by Bishop,

etc. 409.
"The armourer of Nantes" : opera by

Balfe. 441.
•'The ash-grove." v. "Llwyn onen."
•'The attractions of the pipe." v.

"Hudy pibcU."
"The auld gudeman " : song arranged

by Haydn. 619. v. also My Peggy's

face.
arranged by Hummel, v. I'll hae

my coat.
•'The auld wife." v. Welcome, royal

Charlie.
The balmy night : song arranged bv

Haydn. 619.
"The banks of Forth": Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 208.
"The banks of Spey." r. Talk not of

love.
"The banks of the Dee " : Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207. v. also It was

summer.
The banks of the Liffey ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 376, 379.
The banks of the Shannon : song (late

18th cent.). 600. v. also In summer,

when the leaves.
The banners red : song by Bishop.

633.
"The barber of Seville": opera by

Bishop, etc. 396-7.
•'The bard." v. Ruin seize thee.
" The bargain-brokers." v. Good neigh-
bours, why.
" The bass-singer." v. Let tenors sing.
" The bath." v. Lord, what 's come to

my mother.
"The battle of Bothwell brigg " : opera

by Bishop, etc. 409.
"The battle of Sherriffmuir." v. O

cam' ye here.
"The beacon of liberty"; by Bishop.

Chorus from. 413-14.
The beacon 's fir'd ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647.
"The beau's character." v. A wig

that's full.
•'The beaux' delight" (18th cent.).

200 (188).
"The beggar's opera " (18th cent.). 199

(66), 446 (fragment), v. also The

bonnie, grey-ey'd morn ; 'lis woman

that seduces.
The Belgic frog: song (1622). 470.
"The bells of St. Petersburgh." v.

Those evening bells.
"The bend of the horse-shoe." v.

"Plygiad y bedol."
" The benevolent tar." v. A plague on

those musty old lubbers ; A sailor's

love ; But there are other things ;

My hearty, thou shalt take repose ;

'Tis true, but then ; What argufies

pride.



"The Berwick Jocky": Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 208.
"The Berwick lasses"; Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 208.
The big-limbed babe : song by Reggio.

480.
The bird : song (1st half of 18th cent.).

560.
"The birks of Aberfeldic": Scotch

tunc (18th cent.). 208.
"The birks of Abergeldie " : Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 208. i\ also

Bonnie lassie.
"The birks of Invermay " : song ar-
ranged by Haydn. 619.
The birth of Jove : ode by Blow. 210,

212.
"The black Sanctus." r. O tu qui

dans oracula.
"The blathrie o't." v. I gaed a wa«fu'

gate.
"The bloody brother." v. Drink to-
day.
"The bloom is on the rye." r. My

pretty Jane.
"The blossom of the honey-suckle."

V. "Blodau 'r gwynwydd."
"The blossom of the thorns." v.

" Blodau 'r drain."
The blossom so pleasing: glee by S.

Webbe. 101.
The blossom that silver'd the tree : song

by Hummel. 628, 631, 633 (32189,

f. 127).
"The bluebells of Scotland." ;;. O

where and where.
"The boatman." v. Ye gales that

gently wave.

V. also Young Peggy.

"The Bohemian girl " : opera by Balfe.

432. V. also Comrade, your hand ;

Through the world ; 'Tis sad to leave ;

When other lips ; When the fair land.

For the French and Italian versions,

{'. " La Boh^mienne," and "La Zin-

gara."
The bold and brave : song by Hook.

616.
" The bondman '" : opera by Balfe. 428

(Pas de cinq), 434. i\ also Married

well.
"The bonnie banks of Ayr." v. The

gloomy night.
" The bonnie broom." r. How blest

was I.
The bonnie, grey-ey'd morn ; fr. opera

by Clark. 321.
"The bonnie wee wife." i\ She's a

winsome wee thing.
"The border- widow's lament." r. My

love built me.
The bottle's out: catch by S. Webbo,

sen. 41, 45.
"The braes of Atholl," v. "Atholl

braes."



872



INDEX I.



"The braes of Balleudeen " : song ar-
ranged by Haydn. 619.
" The braes of Ballochmyle." v. "The

Katrine woods."
"The brave old oak." v. A song for

the oak.
"The bravo of Venice." v. " Eugan-

tino."
" Til e brazen bust": opera by Bishop.

388, 402.
The bread is all baked : song by Banis-
ter. 481.
"The breast -knots." v. Hey, the

bonny.
The breeze was fresh; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647.
"The brick-maker" (18th cent.). 202

(351).
"The bride of a soldier": song by

Bishop. 634.
The bride, she is a winsome thing :
song arranged by Haydn. 618 (35272,
f.21b), 619.
"The brides of Venice": opera by

Duggan. 442.
The bright blue waves: part-song by

Hatton. 456.
The bright Clarinda : song [by H.

Pack]. 483, 484.
The bright Laurinda. v. The bright

Clarinda.
The bright Panthea : song by W. Cor-
bet. 593.
" The brink of a precipice." ;;. " Har-
vest home."
"The brisk young lad." v. " The gaber-

lunzie man."



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