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202 (369).
" The Yorkshire Feast song." v. Of

old, when heroes.
The young lady's fancy (18th cent.).

202 (374).
The young trovatore ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 427.
Thee the voice, the dance, obey : glee

[?by Callcott]. 105.
Their groves of sweet myrtle : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 601, 603

(35278, fE.8b, 16b, 26).
Their risible muscles ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.
QeKai Xeyeiu 'ArpeiSas : SOng by Lodge-

Ellertou. 627.



song (after 1744,



" Th6mire " : opera by Duni. v. Non !

Rien n'est si beau.
Themis, de tes arrets : song (after

1744). 551.
Then fare thee well : song by Bishop,

etc. 626.
Then for a boat. v. Upon a summer's

day.
Then let us all in friendship live : glee

(1771-1803). 100.
Then smile on me. v. Sally.
"Theobald's Row" (18th cent.). 199

(46).
Theobon brutalise

etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330, f. 176b).
Th6obon se desespSre : song (after

1744). 540.
There are a sort of rogues : catch (1682-

1690). 27.
There are, by fond mamma supplied :

glee by S. Wesley. 117, 119.
There be none of beauty's daughters :

song by Lodge-EUerton. 627.
There behold the mighty bowl : duet

[?by S. Webbe]. 85.
There came three merry men : glee by

T. Miles. 115.
There came to the beach : song arranged

by Haydn. 618.
There careless thoughts. v. From

Citheron.
There comes a time : song by Beethoven.

626.

song arranged l)y Bishop. 626.

There Ganymede is wrought : madrigal

by Immyns. 172.
There is a flow'r. v. I love, I love.
There is a jewel : madrigal by Wilbye.

187.
There is a lad in our town : song by

Bishop. 634.
There is a lady sweet : part-song by

Ford. 453.
There is a sigh : song by M. Kelly. 623.
There is none : song by J. Wilson.

477, 480.
There is strange music : glee by W.

Linley. 116.
There lies a pudding : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 36.
There liv'd a carl : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 603, 604 (35279, f. 7b).
There liv'd a naan in Baleno-Crazy :

song (early 19th cent.). 578.
There 's a bliss beyond all : song by

Lodge-Ellerton. 628.
There 's a difference : glee (1775-1822).

102.
There 's a something in kissing ; fr.

opera [by Shield]. 322.
There 's auld Rob Morris : duet arranged

by Haydn. 92, 93 ;— by I. Pleyel.

87 (35278, f.2; etc.).
There 's cauld kail in Aberdeen : song

(late 18th cent.). 595.



886



INDEX T.



There 's cauld kail iu Aberdeen : song

hj J. Barnett. 629.
There 's nae luck. v. But are ye sore.
There 's not a grove, r. If the deep

sighs.
There 's not a look : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 603.
There 's nothing that I hear : song by

J. Gamble. 498.
There 's nought but care. r. Green

grow the rushes ; by Haydn.
There 's the daisy ; song by J. Barnett.

629.
There 's thousand shapes : song bv

J. Gamble. 497.
There 's Will of the Mill: duet by

Bishop. 96.
There was a lass, they ca'd her Meg :

song (late 18th cent.). 5V).^.

song arranged by Haydn. 619.

V. also Welcome here again.

There was a shepherd's son : song

arranged by Haydn. 621 (35275,

fl. 18, 14, 26; etc.).
There was an invisible fox : catch bv

Hilton. 35.
There was an old man at W^althani

Cross: catch bj' Hilton. 26.
There was an old woman : song (1828).

578.
There were three cooks : catch by

Hilton. 80, 87.
There, where I saw her lovelv beauty :

madrigal by Wilbye. 151, 185.
These are the cries of London: catch

by Cobb. 37 (31462, f. 38), 40.
These emmets, how little they are :

part-song by T. Miles. 455.
These rural shades : song arranged bv

Haydn. 619.
These that be certain signs, r. Questi

che indizio fan.
These two full hours : song bv [W.] Hall.

484.
"Th6s6e": opera by Lully. 237. v.

also Cessez, charmante Egl6e ;

L'amour plait ; Les plus rudes

chaines; Que I'on doit etre con-
tent ; Que nos prairies ; Quel plaisir

d'aimer ; Revenez, amours ; Sortez,

ombres.
Thestylis, a silly man : song (after

1600). 466.
" Th6tis et Pel6e." v. Ah, ma Olimene ;

C'est dans nos flots ; La plus belle

bergere ; Pata pata pan ; Quand les

fureurs; Voulez vous, belle Sylvie.
They bind with costly pearls : song by

Balfe. 636.
They call me ^Mistress Gravity ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 377.
They call me the lassie with bonnie

blue eyes : song by Hook. 616.
They fell devoted but undving : song

bv Lodfje-Ellerton. 627. '



They 're phantoms all: fr. opera (late

18th cent.). 360.
They say that Jocky '11 speed weel :

song (late 18th cent.). 596.
They tell me ; f r. opera by Balfe. 423.
They tell me I am grown too proud :

song by Hook. 615.
They tell me I'm mad ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 645.
They w-ho trust in womankind : canon

by Eisenhofer. 11.
Thickest night : song arranged by

Haydn. 619.
Think, my Phyllis : duet by Savage.

74.
Think not, dear love : song (2nd half of

17th cent.). 493.
Think not, dear Phoebe : glee (late 18th

cent.). 104.
Think not that I will ; fr. opera [by

P. Conti.]. 248.
Think not true pleasure : glee by [J.] S.

Smith. 109.
Think of me : song by S. Wesley. 623.
Think on me : quartet by D. Bruguier

fr. Stevenson. 459.
Think on ycur friend : quartet by

Hummel. 459.
Think, when the bells do chime : part-
song (1868). 456 (2).
Thinkst thou, Kate, to put me down :

part-song [by R. JonesJ. 451.

song [adapted fr. R. Jones]. 468.

Thionville. r. Ribaudon suit.

This ale, my bonny lad : catch by

Cranford. 30, 37 (31462, f. 30), 39, 46.
This cap I'm trimming : song by Dibdin.

605.
This earth is the planet : song arranged

by Hummel. 633.
This ender night I heard a wight :

madrigal (early 16th cent.). 124.
This fond bosom's dearest treasure ;

fr. opera by Stevens (?). 371.
This gentle day dawns : madrigal (1501).

125.
This is the house that Jack built :

song by S. Wesley. 623, 626.
This magic belt; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
This pail of milk ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
This song goes hard : catch by Hilton.

32.
This story fell out ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
This strange emotion ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 377.
This, this, my lad ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
This, Thyrsis said. v. Phyllis, a herd-
maid.
This tomb be thine: glee (1779-1823).

105.
round by W. Hayes. 29, 87, 40.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



887



This tyrant queen : madrigal (18th

cent.). 170.
This world 's but a trouble (18th cent.).

199 (86).
"Thomas and Sally." v. Let fops

pretend : Well met, pretty maid.
" Thomas, I cannot " (18th cent.). 199

(66).
" Thomyris." v. Love would invade;

Since in vain.
Those dainty daffodillies : madrigal bv

Morley. 174 (31413, f. 63).
Those evening bells : song by Stevenson,

etc.. 626.
Those gaudy trinkets : duet by [T. A.]

Arne. 85.
Those gay ... : glee by Callcott. 106.
Those I do sing : madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 124.
Those lovers only happy are : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
Those spots upon my lady's face :

madrigal by Weelkes. 152, 183.
Those sweet, delightful lilies : madrigal

by Weelkes. 184.
Thou and I and Amyas : madrigal bv

[W.] Cornish. 126.
Thou art but young : madrigal In'

Wilbye. 183.
Thou art gane awa' : duet arranged by

Kozeluch. 87 (35278, ff. 8b, 16b, 24b ;

etc.).
Thou art love's flaming sun : song by

J. Gamble. 497.
Thou art love's sun : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Thou art love's tree ; song by J. Gamble.

497.
Thou art love's tyrant : song by J.

Gamble. 497.
Thou bringst her home. r. Sleep, sleep,

mine only jewel.
Thou canst not know : song by Lodge-

Ellerton. 627.
Thou cruel fair, ah, why delav : madri-
gal by T. Miles. 191.
Thou happy wretch : glee by S. Wesley.

119.
Thou has left me ever, Jamie : song by

T. Miles. 624.
Thou hast left me for another : song by

T. Miles. 625.
Thou hast play'd : song (late 18th cent.).

596.
Thou knowest, my dear Lumpkin ; f r.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
Thou know'st thou lov'st me : song by

J. Gamble. 476, 497.
Thou ling'riug star : song arranged by

Haydn. 617.
Thou marvel'st much : madrigal by

Nicholson. 140.
Thou may'st be proud : SDngby Hilton.

476.
Thou 'rt gone awa': song by Hook. 615.



song [by



Thou shepherd, whose attentive eye :

trio by H. Lawes. 652.
Thou soft-flowing Avon ; fr. ode bv

T. A. Arne. 221. v. also 396.
Thou that excellest : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Thou thinkst thou'rt mighty witty ;

fr. table entertainment by Dibdin.

646.
Thou, to whom the world unknown :

glee by W. Linley. 111.
Thou, to whose eyes : trio by W. Jack-
son of Exeter. 655.
Thou wast lovely to my sight : song by

Bishop. 634.'
Though Amaryllis dance : madrigal by

Byrd. 153.
Though cold are our hill

Callcott]. 574.
Though doubts and fears ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 647.
Though envious old age ; fr. opera by

Galliard. 384.
Though feeble be the poet's lay : song

by Hook. 616.
Though fortune cloud ; fr. opera [bv

Shield]. 318.
Though from thy bank : glee by Stevens.

103.
Though I am in my teens : song by

Hook. 616.
Though I be brown : madrigal (after

1613). 150.
Though I'm now in younger days :

part-song by T. Miles. 455.
Though, ladies, to you ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 646.
Though me vou do disdain : madrigal

by Hilton." 191 (31419, f.6).
Though mountains high ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 644.
Though my carriage be but careless :

madrigal by Weelkes. 191.
Though my torment far exceeds : trio

by H. Lawes. 652.
Though our pockets are out : duet by

J. Blundeville. 57.
Though our town be destroy'd ; part-
song by Blow. 452, 453.
Though over all mankind besides ; fr.

opera [by Leveridge]. 249.
Though pleasure 's easily defin'd; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
Though some say that youth : madrigal

{temp. Henry VIII.)." 126.
Though that men do call it dotage :

madrigal by Henry VIII. 126.
Though that she cannot redress : mad-
rigal (early 16th cent.). 123.
Though the poets of yore : song bv

Hook. 615.
Though the summer may have roses :

chorus arranged by Bishop. 51.
Though thou depart. i\ Farewell, my

joy.



888



INDEX I.



Though time hath torn : madrigal

(after 1611). 147.
Though 'tis all but a dream : song bv

Bishop, etc. 626.
Though to conquer proud love is pre-
paring; fr. opera [?by Gasparini].

248.
Though we enquire: song r?bv J.

Gamble]. 476, 497.
Though you are young : song [by Cam-
pion]. 468.
Though you determine not to love :

song adapted from H. Hyde (?) by

E. Lowe. 479.
Though your strangeness frets my

heart: part-song [by R. Jones]. 451.
Thoughtful nights : song bv Stanlev.

594.
" Thoughts of home." v. 'Tis sweet to

hear.
" Thoughts of the past." v. 'Tis sweet,

'tis sweet.
Three blind mice : catch (1789). 33,46.
Three bulls and a bear : catch (two

versions) by S. Wesley. 32 (2).
"Three Conev Walk" (18th cent.).

199 (48).
"Three merry devils" (18th cent.).

199 (87).
Three merry men : song arranged bv

Haydn. 618.
"Three sheep-skins " (18th cent.). 199

(62).
Three times a dav : madrigal bv

Weelkes. 183.
Three virgin nymphs : madrigals bv

Weelkes. 186.
Threescore and ten : song (after 1669'?).

478.
Thrice happv she : song by Greene.

527.
Through all the employments of life ;

fr. opera (after 1762). 281.
Through dreary wilds : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 603.
Through Erin's isle : song arranged bv

Hummel. 633.
Through life's pursuits : song bv Hook.

616.
Through the morn and through the

noon : song by Hatton. 639.
Through the prince ; fr. opera by Rose-

ingrave. 335.
Through the wood, laddie, v. Sandy,

why.
Through the world ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426. :

Thule, the period: madrigal bv Weelkes. i

183.
Thursday, in the morn : song (1694).

487 (35043, f. 10b).
Thus Cupid commences his rapes :

song [by P. Humfrey]. 478.
Thus do we ev'rv eve ; f r. opera bv

Dibdin. 377.



Thus love commands, v. I always beg.
Thus mortals must submit : song by

Turner. 483.
Thus musing: madrigal by W. Newark.

124.
Thus part with thee : song by -J. Gamble.

498.
Thus saith my Chloris : madrigal by

Wilbye. 186.
Thus saith my Galatea : madrigal by

Morley. 174 (31413, f. 56b).
Thus saith the wise man : catch by

Ives. 29, 37 (31462, f. 37), 39, 42.
Thus sings mv dearest jewel; madrigal

by Weelkes" 148.
Thus these two lovers, r. Tirsi morir

voleva.
Thus thinks the traveller : trio by

M. Cooke. 658.
Thus through successive ages stands :

chorus by S. Wesley. 49.
Thy absence : song by J. Gamble. 476,

497.
Thy beauteous form ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 377.
Thy brow : song by J. Gamble. 497.
Thj' compound, mistress: song by -1.

Gamble. 497.
Thy cruelty : song by J. Gamble. 498.
Thy form has a resistless grace : glee

by Stevens. 103.
Thy great endeavours ; fr. ode by Haydn.

219 (9284, f. 7).
Thy hair is gold : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Thy love is yet asleep : song bv J.

Gamble. 498.
Thy love 's a heretic : song by -J.

Gamble. 497.
Thy love's heart's passion : song by

J. Gamble. 498.
Thy nose : song by J. Gamble. 47(5,

497.
Thy scarlet lips : song by J. Gamble.

497.
Thy smile was sweet : song bv Bishop.

634.
Thy sweet, melodious, warbling voice :

song by J. Gamble. 497.
Thy voice, harmony: glee by S.

Webbe, jun. (?). 102.
Thyrsis enjoy'd. ;■. Godea Tirsi.
Thyrsis, I wish : song by W. Gregory.

493.
Thyrsis, let pity : madrigal by Morle\'.

145, 156, 169, 174 (31413, f. 25b).
Thyrsis, on his fair Phyllis' breast

reposing: madrigal by Bateson. 152.
Thyrsis, sleepest thou : madrigal by

Bennet. 174 (31442, f. 13 ; etc.).
Thyrsis, that heat refrained, v. Tirsi

morir voleva.
Thyrsis this said. v. This Thyrsis said.
Thyrsis to die desired. ^'. Tirsi morir

voleva.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



889



Ti 'aggio stipata : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
Ti 'amai, Filli : song adapted by V.

Panza, fr. G. de Goetis. 512.
Ti amo, mia vita : madrigal by Reggio.

155.
Ti amo, si ; fr. opera by Handel. 313.
Ti dono un bacio ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 236.
Ti gha. V. Tu hai.
Ti lascio, anima mia : madrigal by

[G. E.] Bernaliei. 175.
Ti lascio, Irene : duet by G. Fortmaato.

89, 90.

canon by Metastasio. 6, 8.

Ti lascio ! M' involo ; fr. opera by

Predieri. 268.
Ti lascio, o bella : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 559.
Ti lascio, o Dio ; fr. opera by Leo. 3i2.
Ti parla il core ; fr. opera bv Galuppi.

341.
Ti parlo, e non m' ascolti : song by

Astorga. 510, 585.
Ti parlo ! Tu mo ridi ; madrigal by

Donato. 161.
Ti ricordo cbe sompre tiamai : song by

Scarlatti. 589.
Ti seguir6 ; fr. opera by Paisiello. 260.
Ti sento, amor : song by Arrigoni. 584.

song by Marcello. 513, 560.

Ti sento arder : song by Marcello. 586.
Ti sento, bel fior ; fr. opera (?), by

Hummel. 386.
Ti sovvenga. r. " Carlo, r^ d' Alle-

magna."
Ti svenero, superbo ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 288.
Ti viddi, idolo mio : song by PoUaroli.

508.
Ti viddi la nel prato : song by —

Murray. 611.
Ti vorrei credere: song by Scarlatti.

588.
" Tibalts Row." v. " Theobalds Row."
" Tibbie Dunbar." v. wilt thou gang

wi' me.
"Tibbie Fowler": song arranged by

Haydn. 618 ;— by Kozeluch. 602,

603 (35278, f. 19), 604 (35279, f. 7).
" Tiberius at Capri " ; part of opera by

Stevens. 390.
'• Tic et tac." v. Messieurs, voici.
Tie the mare, tomboy : madrigal [temp.

Elizabeth). 139.
Ti6 una barona : song (beg. 19th cent.).

609.
Tien mi il cor : duet by Stef!ani. 70,

77.
Tigre mia : madrigal by i\Iarenzio. 179.
Tigre spietata : song (after 1794). 576.
Till Hymen brought : song [by Callcott].

574.
Time has not thinn'd : duet by W.

Jackson [of Exeter]. 84, 86.



Time is old : glee (late 18th cent.). 104.
Time speeds on : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 603.
Timida pastorella ; fr. opera bv Cocchi.

271.

fr. opera by Porpora. 268.

" Timon of Athens " : incidental music

bv — Paisible. 232.
opera by H. Purcell. 231, 232

(overture), 240, 243, 246, 249, 310,

:321. V. also Come let us agree.
" Timoteo." v. Celebravasi il giorno.
Timothy Tough ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

376, 377.
" Tin tin tin." v. Je hois a toi ; Peut-

etre ne savez-vous pas ; etc.



Tinto a note di sangue :



song by Man-



cini. 526.
Tiolemo su el fagotto : song (beg. 19th

cent.). 609 (2 copies).
Tipple away : catch (1833). 46.
" Tipstaff " (18th cent.). 202 (376).
Tircis couche : song (18th cent.). 580.
Tircis, je n'ose : song (1760). 567.
Tircis me dit I'autre jour : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Tircis, pour complaire a Nannette :

song (1728, etc.). 522, 580.
Tircis, quand je vais : song (1728). 522.
Tircis t' adore : song (1760). 567.
Tir'd with destroying : song by Blow.

494.
Tirrena mia : madrigal by R. del Mel.

177.
Tirsi, che fa : duet by Lotti. 90, 176.
Tirsi chiamare a nome : song by Por-
pora. 524 (31516, f!.85, 36b, 49),

526, 587 (31489, f. 75), 593 (32588,

f. 44b), 606.
Tirsi, da che io ti amai : song by

Astorga. 591.
Tirsi, io mi parto : madrigal [by Gio-

vanelli]. 146.
Tirsi morir voleva : madrigal by

Marenzio. 167 (54), 178, 185.
Tirsi, povero Tirsi: song by K. H.

Graun. 642.
Tirsi un giorno : madrigal by Stradella.

169.
'Tis allow'd the world over ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 644.
'Tis Amaryllis walking all alone : catch

by Brewer. 30, 37, 44.
'Tis beauty calls : glee by S. Webbe

[sen.]. 100, 108.
'Tis done, 'tis done : song by Lord

Burghersh. 614 (2).
'Tis easy to force to water your horse :

catch by [? H.] Purcell. 27.
'Tis eve: glee by Rev. C. J. Smyth.

107.
'Tis health; fr. opera by Stevens (?).

371.
'Tis humdrum : catch by [H.] Haring-

ton. 31, 45.



890



INDEX I.



'Tis late and cold : song (1G30). 472.
fr. opera by B. Johnson. 226-7,

228.
'Tis love and haimonv : glee (1775-

1822). 101.
'Tis midnight deep ; f u. opeia bv Balfe.

433.
'Tis mirth that fills the veins : glee by

Stevens. 103.
'Tis nae very lang : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 602, 604 (.35279, ff. 5, lib).
'Tis night : part-song by Hatton. 456.
'Tis not, l)oy, thy amorous look: duet

by W. Lawes. 54.
"'Tis not to add new glory " : ode by

Turner. 212.
'Tis sad to leave ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426 (2).
'Tis said that love ; fr. talile entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
'Tis said, we vent'rous die-hards ;

fr. table entertainment by Dibdin.

647.
'Tis silent all : song by Lodge-Ellerton.

628.
'Tis silent eve. >\ Sweet lady moon.
'Tis sweet, 'tis sweet: song by Hatton.

639.
'Tis sweet to hear at midnight : song

by W. H. Cutler. 624.

song by Lodge-Ellerton. 627.

'Tis the last rose of summer : song

arranged by Hummel. 633.
'Tis the soft descending rain : glee by

Callcott. 107.
'Tis the voice of the sluggard : part-
song by T. Miles. 455.
Tis thus : catch by Boyce. 31, 38.
'Tis time, sure, to call for the coffee :

catch by S. Webbe ['? sen.]. 31.
'Tis too late for a coach : catch by

H. Purcell. 28, 37 (31462, f.7), 38,

42, 46.
'Tis true, but then ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
'Tis true, I am besieg'd : song by J.

Gamble. 498.
'Tis woman that seduces, r. Gome, all

ye jolly shepherds.
'Tis women make us love : catch bv

H. PurceU. 29, 37.
'Tis you, great Ceres : cantata by

Turner. 14.
" Tit for tat " (18th cent.). 199 (11).
"Tito Manlio": opera (18th cent.).

333.

opera by Abos. v. Chi mai nou

sa ; Dille che a lei ; Per pieta, non
accrescete ; So che piti amor.

Titolo di costante : song by [? G. B.]

Buononcini. 509.
To all lovers of music ; catch by H.

Purcell. 27.
To Anacreon in heav'n : song (1789).

574.



To arms, to arms, and banners wave :

chorus by Bishop. 52.
To arms ! Your ensigns straight dis-
play ; fr. opera by H. Purcell. 321.

*;. also " Bonduca."
To be gazing on those charms : glee bv

Stevens. '103.
To be sweet-temper 'd : song by Dibdin.

605.
To bed, to bed she calls : madrigal [by

M. Este]. 146.
To Chloris what I did pretend : song

(1681). 482.
To complain me, alas : madrigal (1501).

124.
To ease his heart : song (1762). 568.
To fair I'''idele's grassy tomb : glee

arranged fr. the Rev. — Carter by

Stevens. 109.

song by [W.] Jackson [of Exeter].

605.

" To fairest Delia." c To fair Fidele's

grassy tomb.
To find the shore of happiness : song

by S. Webbe [? sen.]. 607.
To fortune give immortal praise : glee

(1775-1822). 101.
To heaven once there came : song bv

J. Gamble. 476, 497.
To ladies' eyes : song arranged by

Hummel. 633.
To lift the veil ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426.
To little or no purpose ; fr. opera (1762).

296.
To live alone : madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 124.
To live with her. r. "L'Allegro," etc.
To love thee, O mv Emma : glee by

Crotch 111.
To me boon nature : glee by Stevens.

103.
To me the wanton girls : glee by S.

Webbe [sen.]. 99, 100.
To me 'twas giv'n : catch (18th-19th

cent.). 43.
To me yet in teens : song by Hook.

615.
To meet her Mars ; fr. opera by J.

Eccles. 320.
To mighty love ; fr. opera [by Storace].

323.
To mortal man : glee by Callcott. 105.
To our musical club : catch by Warren.

31.
To Oxford now the king is gone : song

(1622). 470.
To plead my faith : madrigal by

Batchelor or Wigthorp. 137.

song adapted fr. Batchelor or Wig-
thorp. 469.

To plough the wide ocean : part-song
(18th cent.). 453.

To Portsmouth : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 36.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



891



To prove pleasure ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
To sigh, when sorrow loads the breast.

r. "Tiberius at Capri."
To sing about love : song by Hook. 573.
To sing of love's passion : glee by D.

Bruguier. 117.
To slight my love; fr. opera (1712).

248.
To soften care : glee by [T. A.] Arne. ;

104.
To sport our merry meeting : madrigal

by Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 1).
To the gods of the ocean : glee by

CaUcott. 101.
To the great pow'r of love : song by

J. Courteville. 487.
To the hall : duet (1678-1682). 55.
To the old, long life : catch by S. i

Webbe, sen. 31 (2), 45. " '

To the pale tyrant : glee [bv S. Webbe].

107, 114.
To the winds : song (late 18th cent.).

595.
" To the witches and fairies of Shake-
speare." r. guardian of that sacred

land.
To thee, O heav'n ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

378.
'I'o thee, to thee and to a maid : catch

by H. Purcell. 29, 37, 41.
To thee 'twas giv'n : canon (18th

cent.). 6.
To these lone shades : glee by George

[Berg?]. 104.
To these lov'd shades : glee by JNI.

Cooke. 117.
To Waste-all, whose eyes : catch bv

CaUcott. 33 (2).
To welcome mirth, r. Welcome, mirth.
To what age must we live. v. " Tiberius

at Capri."
To whom shall I complain : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
To yonder beeches' friendly shade :

song (18th-19th cent.). 607.
To you, the fairest : inadrigal by

Immyns. 172 (2).
Tobacco is an Indian weed : part-song

by S. Wesley. 453.
Tobacco 's but a vapour ; catch bv

Nelham. 28, 37 (31462, f. 50), 39.
Toe toe ! Ouvrez : song (1760). 566.
"Toddlin' hame." v. When I hae a

saxpence.
Toi, mon ame : duet bv A. G. Thomas.

97.
Toi que I'Hymen ; fr. opera by Balfe.

430.
Toi qui fais saintement le metier :

song (after 1744). 554.
Toi qui fis bruler la poudre ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 274, etc.
Toi qui portes; fr. opera [by Lully].

264.



■' Tolomeo" : opera bj- G. CoUa. v. Ai
voti miei.

opera by Handel. 368. v. ako

Madre, pagasti.

■' Tom Bowling." v. Here a sheer hulk.

Tom, follow Will: catch (late 18th
cent.). 36.

Tom Jolly's nose : catch by — AUders.
26.

"Tom Jones " (18th cent.). 202 (306).

Tom, making a mantua : catch by H.
Purcell. 28, 37 (31462, f. 4b), 38.

" Tom of Bedlam." v. Forth from the
dark and dismal cell.

"Tom Tarpauline." v. The tightest
lad.

" Tom Thumb " : fragment of opera bv
Dibdin. 378. v. also Behold the
fairies ; Chairs to mend ; I'll tell you
a story ; In Paris.

"Tom Transom"; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 047.

Tom, whom do you vote for : catch
(late 18th cent.). 41.

•• Tom Wilkins " : words of table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647 (30962,
f. 192; 30967, f. 51). For music, v.
An Irishman's tongue ; As pensive one
night ; Hark, hark, from war ; Hence,
fell discontent ; I show you ; In-
genious bards ; Let swabs ; Love 's
a flame ; Madam Vandercrout ; Man,
poor forked animal ; Of all the lives ;
See the shore ; Shoes, hats and old
clothes ; Slipt from her mother's
apron string ; Sure, ain't I the
drummer ; Why I'm singing.

"Tomiri"; opera bv P. Guglielmi.
353.

"Tomiri, regina di Scitia " (?) : opera
rby G. B. Buononcini]. 247. t). also
" Thomyris."

To-morrow I will live : catch bv Ford.
31.

To-morrow is the wedding-day : madri-
gal by Weelkes. 191.

To-morrow the fox : quartet [by T.
Ravenscroft]. 458.

To-morrow with its cares : glee by
Stevens. 100.



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