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Beaui^lan. 637.
Vola ; non star piu : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
Volage comme un papillon : song (after

1737). 525.
Volate pill dei venti ; fr. pasticcio by

Handel, etc. 262.
Volea gridar : song by Carapella. 502.
Volea (?) pur. v. Fuggifce, ah si.
Volete cosi : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Volete il recipe ; fr. opera by P.

Tomeoni, il Lucchesino. 327.
Volez, tendres amours : duet (1757). 69.
Volga il ciel, felici amanti ; fr. opera (?),

by Cimarosa. 371.
Volgi a me ; fr. opera bv Pergolesi.

268.
Volgimi, cara; fr. opera by [J. C]

Bach. 313.
Voile speranza ardita : madrigal bv

Clari. 157 (2), 180.
Volo a stringere il bel crin d' oro ; fr.

opera [? by Boretti]. 235.
Volo il mio sangue a spargere ; f r. opera

by Porpora. 269.
"Vologeso": opera (18th cent.), v.

Ombra che pallida.

opera by R. di Capua, v. Benche

turbar si veda ; Dal sen del caro
sposo ; Luci belle ; Ombra che pal-
lida ; Vo' sperar. Ti veggio.

opera by Jommelli. v. Ombra

che pallida.

opera by Sacchini. v. Berenice,



ove sei.
Voltaire a tout mis : song (after 1749).

558.
Von der For tuna : song (1640). 472.
Von Seligkeit umringt : song by [J. C]

Ribbe. 598.
Vor etwa dreissig Jahren ; fr. opera by

Siissmayr. 317.
Voragini ondose : song (1681). 482.
Vorrei baciarti : duet by Reggio. 58.
Vorrei che il caro bene ; fr. opera bv

Leo. 283, 342.
Vorrei che tu cantasse : madrigal (16th

cent.). 136.
Vorrei di te fidarmi : song [? bv Dra-

gonetti]. 604.



Vorrei dire un non so che : duet by

Steffani. 69, 77, 80, 90.
Vorrei dirti addio: song by [?M. A.]

Buononcini. 502.
Vorrei discioglere ; fr. opera (?), by Sarri.

343.
Vorrei, FiUi : song by Scarlatti. 507.
Vorrei goder ; fr. opera by Hasse.

261.
Vorrei, ma non posso : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 559.
Vorrei, neppur saprei : song by Handel.

528.
Vorrei parlare. v. Vorria parlare.
Vorrei poterti amar : duet by J. G.

Naumann. 84.
Vorrei scoprirti : duet by L. Rossi.

56, 59.
Vorrei sperare ; fr. opera bv Jommelli.

284.
Vorrei spiegar ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 284.

fr. opera by Perez. 276.

Vorrei sprezzar ; fr. opera by F. Bi-

anchi. 380.
Vorrei un zeftiretto : duet by Lodge-

Ellerton. 95.
Vorrei, vorrei, signora mia : song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 139).
Vorria: madrigal (after 1604). 145.
Vorria morire sol : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (30877, f. 113b).
Vorria parlare : madrigal by J. J. van

Turnhout. 140, 173.
Vorria saper da voi : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 41).
Vortigiie, monsieur ; fr. opera [by

LuUy]. 255.
Vos appas, belle Nannette ; fr. opera

(after 1726). 255.
Vos beaux yeux ; fr. opera [by LuUy].

257.
Vostro stato real, f

donna.
Votre beaute : madrigal (1st half of

16th cent.). 127.
Votre epoux: song (after 1726, etc.).

519, 5.32, 557 (King's 330, f. 21Sb).
Votre nom, belle St. Quintin : song

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

333, f. 100).
Votre ordre militaire : song (after 1744).

538.
Votre rigueur: madrigal (?16th cent.).

142.
Votre tres douce : duet {temp. Henry

VIII.). 52.
Voulant faire un voyage : song (after

1744). 548.
Voiilez- voiis, belle Svlvie ; fr. opera

[? by Colasse]. 254 (words).
" Voulez - voiis danser " (18th cent.).

202 (no. 380).
Voulez-vous etre heureux amant : song

by Siissmavr. 598.



Gli atti, gentil



906



INDEX I.



Voulez-vous eviter : song (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 177b).
Voulez-vous, jeune brunette ; fr. opera

[? by Lully]. 257.
Voulez-vous savoir I'bistoire des

beautes : song (18th cent.). 580.
Voulez-vous savoir I'bistoire des co-
quettes : song (after 1744). 541.
Voulez-vous savoir les regrets : song

(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's

334, f.62).
Vous allez, belle princesse : song (after

1744). 547.
Vous avez beau par vos discours : song

(after 1744). 549.
Vous avez niepris6 Boileau : song (after

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

f. 28b).
Vous avez tort de vous mettre en

colere : song (after 1726). 518.
Vous avez tort, monsieur : song (after

1744, f^c). 536,557 (King's 332, f.40).
Vous avez, vieille princesse : song (after

1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's 333,

f.ll).
Vous demandez quelle est ma peine :

song (after 1726). 517.

song (after 1744). 531.

Vous dites toujours : song (ISth cent.).

591.
Vous emportez Coulanges. v. Depuis

qu'en Italie.
Vous en donnez : song (after 1744).

540.
Vous etes belle : song by J. J. Eousseau.

570.
Vous etes faite pour I'amour, Noailles :

song (after 1744). 549.
Vous etes faite pour I'amour, Villeroi ;

fr. opera [by Lully]. 255.
Vous etes horreur: song (after 1744,

etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330, f. 113b).
Vous faites bien la cruelle : song (after

1726). 517.
Vous I'ordonnez; fr. opera (after 1794).

315.
Vous m'entendez bien. i\ Fleury, ne

vous 6tonnez pas ; La chaise a dit ;

On a de tout temps eprouv6 ; etc.
Vous me demandez des nouvelles : song

(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's

334, f.l2b).
Vous me I'avez dit. v. J'ai revd toute

la nuit.
Vous me nommez un incens6 : song

(16th cent.). 466.
Vous me parlez gaulois. v. Vous parlez

gaulois.
Vous me quittez : song by Hortense,

Queen of Holland. 624.
Vous me traitez aiusi qu'une tigresse :

song (after 1744). 531.
Vous n'aurez pendant votre jeunesse :

song (after 1726, etc.). 519, 5.33, 557

(King's 331, f. 51).



Vous n'avez eu pendant votre jeune

age. V. Vous n'aurez.
Vous ne devez plus attendre. v. Vous ■

qui dans le M^zentere.
Vous nous faites un epoque ; fr. opera

[by Lullv]. 274, 277 (King's 336,

f.ll7b).
Vous paraissez chagrin ; fr. opera (after

1744, etc.). 273, 277 (King's 331,

f . 193b).
Vous parlez gaulois : song (after 1744).

548.
Vous partez done demain : song (after

1744). 552.
Vous perdez temps: duet (before 1760).

69.
Vous que je chante : song (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 140).
Vous qui cherchez le delectable : song

(1728). 522.
Vous qui corrompez. v. La Perte, tu fais.
Vous qui dans le M^zentere : song

(after 1726). 520.
Vous qui dans les faveurs : song (after

1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330,

f. 114b).
Vous qui de I'^quitable Astree : song

(after 1744). 551.
Vous qui devez suivre les lois : song

(after 1744, etc.). 548, 557 (King's

336, f.20b).
Vous qui donnez de I'amour : song

(after 1737). 525.
Vous qui m'appelez fou : song (after

1744). 533.
Vous qui m'aviez procure : song by

Handel. 642.
Vous qui pour un bonheur : duet (after

1737). 64.
Vous qui sans choix ; f r. opera [? by

Destouches]. 256 (words).
Vous qui voulez suivre. v. Vous qui

devez.
Vous qui vous moquez. v. Conty

d'abord ; La De Vigeon ; etc.
Vous qui vous tourmentez : song (after

1744, etc). 545, 557 (King's 334,

f.215).
Vous qui voyez couler mes larmes :

song (after 1744). 548.
Vous savez bien : madrigal (16th cent.).

134.
Vous souvient-il : song (after 1726).

518.
Vous terminez : duet (1757). 67.
Vous tous qui par ici passez : song

(after 1744, etc.). 547, 557 (King's

335, f.l50).
Vous usurpez: madrigal (16th cent.).

134.
Vous vous etonnez, Mesdames : song

(1728). 523.
Voyez jusqu'ou sont nos malheurs :

song (after 1744, etc.). 545, 557

(King's 334, f.l43b).



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



907



Vrai dieu d' amour: madrigal (16tli

cent.). 123,129.
Vrai Dieu, quel trouble: song by J. J.

Rousseau. 5G9. . ,

Vrai Dieu, qui me confortera : madrigal

(early 16tb cent.). 123.
Vraiment,macommere. ^;.Nousavons ,

Vspomni moi lyu: song arranged by

Hummel. 632.
Vuestros ojos, dama : song by G. Lasa-

lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 51b .
Vui razdaytes : song arranged by Hum-

vXaii, contrive me such a cup : song

(IStbcent.). 594.
Villneratur caritas: song {temp, i^d-

wardin.?). 465. '
Vuocchie belle; fr. opera (mid. 18tli

cent.). 285.
Vuoi che io viva; fr. opera by Cheiu-

bini. 380. ron tki

Vuoi che tutto dolente : song by [.^ G. ±3. J

Buouoncini. 590. ■ : /9\

Vuoi che viva: song by Gasparmi(?).

563
Vuoi per sempre abbandonarmi : song

(early 19th cent.). 612.
Vuoi tu venir meco : canon (19th cent.).

12
Vuoleilciel: duet by Steffani. 70,77,81.



Waar si hij : madrigal by Laurentius j
der ^Itere. 128. '■

Wack're Briider, stimmet an : song by i
— Andre. 599. a ^ .r \

Wae's my heart: duet arranged by ,

Haydn. 92. -, • i i \v T

Wake now, my love : madrigal by \\ . -b.

Phillips. 190.
Wake, sorrow: madrigal (?), by M.

Pearson. 151. ,

Waldeck se bat : song (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 157b).
Walk forth your way. v. Ay, beshrew

Walk 'in, walk in; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647.

Walking alone: song (1st quartei of
17th cent.). 470. . , or>A

" Walton (?) Abbey " (IBth cent.). 200

(no, 154). ■, 1 TT a

Waly, waly : song arranged by Haydn.

Wan ik gedenke : madrigal (16th cent.).

128. , -r n

Wanted— a governess: song by J. u.

wSt'onawfy": song (1615-1626). 469.
Wanton wings, v. Penelope
" Ward's pill " (18th cent.). 199 (no. 16).
Wars are our delight: catch by W.
Lawes. 46



Was ich liebe : song (1711). 508.
Was sollen nunmehr beginnen : chorus

(17th cent.). 47.
Was willst du, Fernando ; fr. opera (?),

bv W. [F. E.] Bach. 366.
Waste are those walls : glee by Battis-

hill(?). 104.
Wat ye wha I met yestreen: song

arranged by Haydn. 619.
"Waterloo." v. Years have past.
"Watton Townshend" (18th cent.).

200 (no. 97).
We be knaves all three : catch by Call-

"We can't' help it now" (18th cent.).

202 (no. 343). . i. /ox

We come, fair maids ; fr. cantata (?),

by Hook. 20.
We come, we come; fr. opera by H.
Purcell! 243. v. also "The Liber-

We dream of hidden treasure ; fr. opera

; by Dibdin. 377.

: We have met: song by T. Miles 624.

We'll drink : glee by Alcock. J^-
We'll fairly get round her ; fr. opera
by Dibdin. 377.

i We'll have love's triumphs: song by

j J. Gamble. 476,497.

I We'll sing like swans: song (IbdU).

We'u'walk upon the high-topp'd woods :
1 song by J. Gamble. 476, 497. ,
! We niet on the cliff: song by Bishop.

; 634

I We must ^assemble by a sacrifice, v.

I We must not part: song (after 1669?).

1 We never yet with whispers seal'd :

625
We poets; fr. table entertainment by

Dibdin. 647. ,,

We 're all of us labourers ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646
We 're happy : song by J. CourteviUe.

487
We tars; fr. table entertainment by

Dibdin. 645.
We 've rais'd an army: song by Blo^v.

wf will be merry (18th cent.). 200

WcaWh^re of flatt'ry : glee (1771-
1803). 100. . ^

Weary and windless : madrigal b> U.

Vecchi 142.
Weary fa' you: song (late iSth cent.).

595
Wedded to will : madrigal [by Byrd].

147, 150.



Lawes. 46. -. ' ^y ^ 'ay the keel row : Scotch tune

WarumsindderThranenuntermMond ^^ ^^J J^^>^, ^ 207.

so viel: song by — Schick, oyy. V



908



INDEX I.



Weep, all ye muses : glee (late 18th
cent.). 108.

Weep forth youi- tears : madrigal by
Ward. 153.

Weep, mine eyes : madrigal by Ben-
net. 174 (31442, f. 19b, etc.), 181
(31811, f. 9b).

madrigal by Wilbye. 151, 185.

Weep, silly soul : madrigal bv Bennet.

174 (3144-2, f. 5b).
Weep, weep, mine eyes. v. Weep,

mine eyes.
Weeping full sore : madrigal bv Byrd.

169(23G26, f.47b).
Weigh'd in the balance : song by Bishop.

6.34.
Welcome, beauty : ode by Clark. 220.
Welcome, friendly gleams : glee by S.

Webbe. 99.
Welcome here again : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
Welcome, mirth ; fr. opera (1798). 323.
Welcome, royal Charlie : song arranged

by Haydn. G19.
Welcome, sweet pleasure : madrigal by

Weelkes. 190.
Welcome to all the pleasures : ode by

H. Purcell. 211, 213, 214.
Welcome, vicegerent of the mighty

king : ode by [H.] Purcell. 210, 215.
Welcome, welcome, dearest friend : duet

by Dibdin. 88.
Welcome, welcome, ev'ry guest : glee

(late 18th cent.). 108.

ode by Blow. 212, 215.

Welcome, welcome, genial day : ode

[? by Blow]. 212.
Welcome, welcome, glorious morn : ode

by H. Purcell. 215.
Welcome, welcome, happy dav: ode

[? by Blow]. 212.
Welcome, welcome, joy ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 377.
Well done, Jack (18th cent.). 200 (150).
Well met, pretty maid ; fr. opera [bv

T. A. Arne]. 310.
Well, now you've heard, v. I'm sorry,

dear ladies.
Well, old friend ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
Well rung, Tom : catch bv — Miller.

29, 37 (31462, f. 5), 38.
Well, well, 'tis true : song by Hilton.

475.
Wenn einst vom Staube losgerissen:

song by — Schick. 599.
Wenn ich einst das Ziel errungen habe :

song by — A (late 18th cent.).

598.
Wenn main Madchen ein Nelken-stock

war : song (1711). 509.
Wer diesen Canon singen kann ; canon

by Staudigl. 11.
Wer ist's die so freundlich : song bv W.

[F. E.] Bach. 613.



Wer nicht in Freundes Kreis' sich

freu'n : song by Eberwein. 631.
Wer niemals einen Rausch hat g'habt :

song by — Hausmeister. 577.
Wer recht in Freuden wandern will :

part-song by Gade. 456.
Wer stimmt in meinem Hoch-gesang :

song by W. von B (late 18th

cent.). '598.
Wer tief geriihrt : song by Mozart. 599.
Wer unter eines jMiidchens Hand : song

by Potter. 636.
Wer, wer ist ein freier jNIann : quartet

by Beethoven. 458.

song by Beethoven. 573.

Were Griddy kind ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
Were I amidst Italian groves : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 603.
Were I made juror : madrigal by Wig-
thorp. 137.'
Were I to choose : duet by H. Purcell.

63.
Wert thou like me : song arranged by

Haydn. 617.
Western wind : madrigal (earlv 16th

cent.). 123.
Wha wadna be in love : song arranged

by Haydn. 617 ;— by Hummel. 632.
Whar hae ye been : song (late 18th

cent.). 596.

song arranged by Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, ff. 5, 14, 25b).

What a beau my granny was (18th

cent.). 199 (no. 28).
What a fine, thin, cold, airy love : song

by J. Gamble. 476, 497.
What a folly it is : song by S. Wesley,

575.
What a frail life : glee by Stevens. 102.
What a fuss : song by Hook. 616.
What a sad fate : song by H. Purcell.

505.
What a strange thing; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 377.
What a thin, line, cold, airy love. v.

What a fine, thin.
What ails my darling: madrigal by

Morley. 169, 174 (31413, f. 35b).
What ails this heart : duet arranged by

Haydn. 93.

song arranged by Hummel. 628,

631, 633 (32189, f. 113).

What are the falling rills : song by S.
Wesley. 623.

What are these men : song (1st quarter
of 17th cent.). 470.

What argufies pride ; fr. opera by Dib-
din. 374.

What art thou, echo ; fr. opera by Dib-
din. 377.

What art thou, love : song by Estwick.
481.

What avails it to me; fr. opera (1799).
323.



INITIAL AVORDS AND TITLES.



909



What beauties does Flora disclose : glee
by T. B. Everett. 104.

duet arranged by I. Pleyel. 86, 87

(35278, f. 1).

What bliss to know ; fr. opera by Paer.

409.
What bliss to life cau autumn yield :

glee by S. Wesley. 116 (2).
What, brother Ned : duet by Dibdin.

88.
What cau a young lassie : song arranged

by Haydn. 619.
What can assuage the pain : duet by I.

Barker. 83.
What care had I. v. What hap had I.
What cause have I for to rejoice : song

(after 1600). 467.
What causeth me woeful thoughts :

madrigal by W. Newark. 124, 160.
What charm adds sweetest grace ; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 644.
What chilling thought : glee (late 18th

cent.). 108.
What cruel pangs : song by 11. Clack.

592.
What do ye lack : madrigal (?), by E.

Dering. 151.
What do you think of He (18th cent.).

201 (no. 280).
What doth my pretty darling, v. Che

fa oggi.
What dreaming drone : song arranged

by Haydn. 618.
What energy can paint the grief : song

(late 18th cent.). 596. •
What equals on earth the delight ; fr.

opera by Weber. 425.
What gilds our days ; fr. opera by Balfe.

427.
What guile is this : song by Greene.

527.
What hap had I : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 30, 30, 37.
What haste, fair lady : madrigal by

Weelkes. 184.
What have the gods : madrigal by

Weelkes. 183.
What heart can think : song by [J.]

Hcywood. 460.
What ho ! We come to be merry : trio

by W. Lawes. 648.
What if a day : part-song (early 17th

cent.). 451.

song (about 1615-1626). 468.

What if I die : duet by W. Lavpes. 54,

55.
What if I seek for love of thee : song

[by R. Jones]. 467.
What if I speed : song [by R. Jones].

468.
What if my pleasure ; f r. opera [by

Dibdin]. 379.
What is a day : song [by Rosseter].

468.
What is beauty : glee by T. Miles. 115.



: What is become of all those dames :

chorus by Travers. 48.
What is it when absent from thee :

song by Bishop. 634.
What is love : song by J. Baruett.

629.
What is 't you lack : song (1630). 471.
What is this passing scene : song by

T. Miles. 624.
' What joy, delight and pleasure :
i madrigal (after 1604). 144.
i What makes thee cruel : song [? by

J. Cxamble]. 498.
What meaneth love. v. Perche s'

aunida.
What means this niceness. v. What

means this strangeness.
; What means this strangeness : song

(1678-1682). 480.

song by T. Blagrave. 475.

What meat eats the Spaniard : madrigal

(early 17th cent.). 137.
What mighty motive : part-song (early

17th cent.). 451.
What need from the Pierian choir ; fr.

ode by Dibdin. 220.
What needeth all this travail : madrigal

by Wilbye. 186.
What never, never ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
What numbers shall the muse repeat :
I song arranged by Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, ff. 8b, 17, 25).
What passion cannot music raise, v.

From harmony ; by Handel.
i What pleasure have great princes :

madrigal [by Byrd]. 145, 148, 150.
' What rapture to think ; fr. opera
' adapted by Bishop fr. Shield. 398.
' What remedy : madrigal {temp. Hourv

VIII.). 126.
What rose is like the virgin : madrigal

(after 1611). 147.
W^hat 's at our tongues' end : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
What 's that to you (18th cent.). 201

(no. 274).
What 's the matter : catch (late 18th
i cent.). 36.

I What saith my dainty darling : madrigal
i by Morley. 174 (31413, f.55).
What shaft of fate's relentless pow'r :

song by S. Wesley. 576.
What shall he have ; fr. opera bv

Bishop. 429.
What shall I do, dear ; fr. opera [by

Arnold]. 377.
What shall I do to show ; fr. opera by

H. Purcell. 231, 321.
What shall I do ? \Vhere shall I run ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 377.
What ! Shall I part : madrigal [bv

Kirby]. 148.
What shall we sing : glee by [H.]

Haringtou, 100, 118.



910



INDEX I.



What shame of Phyllis to report ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 378.
What shepherd or nymph : glee (1775-

1822). 102.
" What ship " (18th cent.). 201 (no. 225).
What sighs and groans: song [by R.

Smith]. 479.
What softer sounds are these : duet by

W. Lawes. 54.
What song shall I chant ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. C46.
What sudden change : madrigal by

Nicholson. 140.
What sweet sensation. v. A tanto

amore.
What tears, dear prince : song by R.

Ramsey. 474.
What thing is love : song [by Rosseter] .

469.
What thing more rare : madrigal (after

1611). 147.
What though around the warrior's bed :

glee by T. Miles. 115.
What though from Venus ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 647.
What though no weeping loves : glee

by Callcott. 101, 106.
What though on homely fare we dine :

song arranged by Kozeluch. 001,

603 (35278, ff. 5 and 12b, 14, 23).
What though the zealots : part-song

(1656-1659). 452.
What time Apelles : madrigal [temp.

Elizabeth). 139.
What time the jocund : glee by Call-
cott. 108.

it to rule

148.

are lovers



madrigal



Hoggie die :
595.
arranged by



street :



What 'vaileth

(after 1611).
What victims are lovers ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 044.
What, what shall be done in behalf

of the man : ode by H. Purcell.

213.
What will I do gin my

song (late 18th cent.).
Whate'er beneath : song

Kozeluch. 603.
Whatever brawls disturb the

part-song by T. Miles. 455.
When a tender virtuous passion : song

by R. Clack. 592.
When absent from the nymph (18th

cent.). 198.
When all alone : madrigal by Couverso.

181 (2), 190.
When all was wrapp'd in dark : song

(after 1774). 570.
When an Englishman on a manoeuvre

is bent ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 377.
When April buds began to blow : song

by Hook. 016.
When Arthur first in court began : glee

by Callcott. 106.
When as I glance : madrigal by Benuet.

174 (31442, f.y.e^c).



When as I look'd. v. When as I

glance.
When Aurelia first I courted : song by

P. Humfrey. 479, 493.
When Bacchus, Jove's immortal boy ;

glee by S. Wesley. 119.
When Bibo thought fit : duet by

Travers. 85 (2).
When bidden to the wake : song (late

18th cent.). 597.
When Britons first ; fr. opera by T. A.

Arne. 310, 324, 347 (words).
When charming Chloe : madrigal by

S. Webbe [sen.]. 108, 188.
When Chloris heard of her Amyntas

dying : madrigal bv Wilbye. 151,

186.
When cold in the earth : song arranged

by Hummel. 633.
When cruel time : song by J. Wilson.

474, 480.
When cups are full : duet arranged by

Kozeluch. 87.
When daisies pied ; fr. opera [by T. A.

Arne]. 347.
When Daphne died : madrigal by Call-
cott. 164, 165.
When death shall drive our souls

away : duet by Finger. 58.
When death shall part. v. When death

shall snatch.
When death shall snatch us : duet by

W. Lawes. 54.

duet by Lock. 55 (words), 57.

When Delia on the plain appears : song

(1st half of 18th cent.). 560.

(1762). 568.

(late 18th cent.). 596.

by Giordani. 574.

When despairing Cupid stealeth : glee

(after 1835). 118.
When doth love set forth desire : trio

by H. Lawes. 653.
When down his throat : glee by S.

Wesley. 119.
When Dryden wrote; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647.
When each line 's a faithful drinker :

trio by W. Lawes. 648.
When Edward left his native plain :

song by Hook. 615.
When evening's twilight : part-song by

Hatton. 456.
When fancy fond : madrigal by Bvrd.

162.
When first by force : madrigal by Byrd.

169 (23626, f. 68b).
When first I gaz'd : duet and song by

Hilton. 55, 475.
When first I heard my Chloe's voice :

song (1681). 484.
When first I kenn'd young Sandy's

face : song by Hook. 575, 595.
When first I saw Clorinda's charming

eyes : duet by J. Courteville. 58.



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When first I saw thee graceful move :

duet (late 18th cent.). 86.
When first I slipt my leading-strings ;

fr. opera [by Shield]. 322.
When first this humble roof I knew ;

fr. opera [by W. Jackson of Exeter].

323.
When first thy soft lips : glee by S.

Wesley. 119.
When first you courted me : song (late

18th cent.). 596.
When Flora fair : madrigal (after ICll).

146.
When Flora frowns : madrigal by

Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 16).
When flow'ry meadows : madrigal by

Palestrina. 190.
When fortune had me advanced : mad-
rigal (early 16th cent.). 124.
When friendship, love, and truth,

abound : glee by S. Wesley. 117.
When from his throne : ode by P.

Humfrey. 213.
When from my love I look'd : song [by

J. Bartlett]. 469.
When gay Bacchus : glee by Baildon.

99.
When gentle sleep : song by Croft. 510.
When guilt within the bosom lies ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 377.
When happy weeds : song by J. Gamble.

497.
When here Lucinda : glee by [? W.]

Hayes fr. [H.] Holcombe. 99.
When I a parting kiss : song by H.

Bowman. 481, 498.
When I drain : glee (1771-1803). 100.
When I hae a saxpence : song arranged

by Kozcluch. 601, 603 (35278, fi. 8b,

16b, 24b).
When I know your kind looks : song

by M. Kelly. 628.
When I list : song by Balfe. 685.
When I was at home ; f r. opera [by

Arnold]. 323.
When I was in my mother's bower.

V. Alone walking.
When I was otherwise : madrigal by

Byrd. 148, 150, 153, 169 (2-3626,

f.65b).
When I would thee embrace : madrigal

by Pinello. 145, 185.
When icicles hang : glee by T. A. Arue.

V. Operas. 408.
When in folly and vice : song by Dibdin.

605.
When is it best : catch by Baildon. 44.
When Judith had laid : catch by Wise.

28, 37.
When last from the Straits : song by

Dibdin. 604.
When Liberty to bless mankind de-
scended : song (1789). 575.
When lo, by break of morning : mad-
rigal by Fel, Anerio. 142.



When lo, by break of morning : mad-
rigal by Morley. 169 (23625, f. 52b).
When look'd thine eyes so kind : song

[?by J. Gamble]. 497.
When love is kind : song adapted by

Bishop. 626.
When lovely May : madrigal by T. Miles.

191.
When, lovely Phyllis, thou art kind :

song by — Lentall. 484.
When maids live to thirty ; fr, opera

by Clark. 321.
When mem' ry fondly lingers: song by

T. Miles. 624.
When merry hearts were gay : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 601, 603

(.85278, ff.Sb, 14b, 21).



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