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1728 (p. 528) and 1760 (p. 566).
Brunetti (Giovanni Gualbcrto). Song.

591.
Bruno (Anello). Song. Autogr. (?).

583.
Bugle. Use of, iu orchestra, 1804, c^c.

52, 394, 402, 431, 620, etc.

• V. also Key-bugle.

BuiNi (Giuseppe ilaria). Song. 527-8.
BuNN (Alfred). Agreements relating to

operas, 1836-7. 425, 429.
BuoNONCiNi (Giovanni I3attista). Duets.

58, 60-1 (2), 66 (2).

j\Iadrigal plagiarised by him.

182.



— Mclodv of " Blowzabella." 200
(no. 85). '

Operas, etc. 240 (2), 241 (2), 242,



247, 248, 281, 297, 325, 331, 337-
338 (4), 446 (fragment).

— Songs. 489-91 (2), 501-2, 504,
505-6 (2), 500, 509, 510, 524, 527,
561-2 (3), 568, 577, 582 (2), 584, 585,
586, 589, 590.

— Catch on him. 38.



BuoNONCiNi (? Giovanni Maria). Mad-
rigal. 165, 174.

BuoNONCiNi (Marco Antonio). Duet.
65.

Operas, etc. 240, 249, 281, 338 (2).

Songs. 501-2, 509, 511, 501, 590.

BuRANELLO, II. V. Galuppi.



BuRGHERSH, Lord. V. Fane (John).
"BuRLA." ;;. under Madrigals. 192.
BuRNEY (Charles), Mus. Doc. Catch.

Autogr. 32.
• "Musical Extracts," 1780-1782.

V. Add. 11581-11588 and 11591, in

Table of MSS.
Burns (Robert). Songs in his hand.

595.
BuRRELL ( — ), wife of Baron Givydi/r.

Dedication to her, 1st half of 19th

cent. 659.
Burton (John). Transcribed (?), 2nd

half of 18th cent., 16155. 350.
Busby (Thomas), LL.D., etc. Opera.

Autogr. (?). 392.
Bussy-Rabutin (Roger), Comte de.

Words of song, etc., 1667. 533 (nos.

209, 210).
Butcher ( — ). ^Nlelodv of hornpipe,

18th cent. 201 (no. 204).
Butler (Charles). Madrigal. 170.
Byrd (William). Canon. 3, 6, 7 (2), 8.

Catches. 29, 37, 39.

Madrigals. 129, 130 (2), 137, 139,

141, 143-150 (6), 153-4 (2), 159, 162,
168, 169, 172, 186.

Motets. 195 (2).

Song. 469 (adapted).

Byron (George Gordon), Gtli Lord
Bi/ron, the poet. Song on his death,
1824. 629.

Byron (William ?), 4^/i (?) Lord Byron,
Melody of maggot. 200 (no. 142).

Incidental music. 232.



C-



(T — ). Basses to duets, etc.,
1659. 55, 474-5.
" Caccie." f. under Madrigals. 120.
Cafaro (Pasciuale). Motet. 195-6.

Operatic numbers. 292, 349,

351-2 (autogr.).

Solfeggi. 462.

Song. 595.



Caefarelli (Gaetano). v. Majorano.

Calascione, sc. Italian lute. Use of,
in orchestra, 1771 (?). 302.

Caldara (Antonio). Compositions
chieflv autogr., sc Operatic num-
bers. " 260, 346, 382 ;— Songs. 504,
507-10, 558.

Caldara (Giacinto). Operatic aria.
327.

Caldarara. v. Caldara (Giacinto).

Caldecott ( — ). Transcribed, in 1822,
Add. 31812, f. 119. 320.

Calegari (Antonio). Operatic duct.
384.

Caletti-Bruni (Pietro Francesco), (Zc^^o
Cavalli. Songs. 482, 496.

Callcott {Sir Augustus Wall), B.A.
Glee. Autogr. 110.

Callcott (John Wall). Compositions,
chiefly autogr., sc. Canon. 4, 8; —
Catches. 33 (3), 41, 43, 45;— Duets.



926



INDEX II.



85, 93;— Glees. 100, 102, 105-110
(6), 115; — lucidental music. 308; —
Madrigals. 164 (2), 165 ;— Odes.
217-18 (3) ;— Songs. 574, 622 ;—
Trios. 658.

Exercise for his Bachelor's degree,

1785. 218.

Callcott (William Hutchins). Owned,

in 19th cent., 27643 (p. 115), 27044

(p. 110).
Cambkr. v. Gambert.
Cambert (Robert?). Song. 483.
Gambio (Perissone). Madrigals. 101,

162, 191.
Cambridge, Adolphus Frederic,

Duke of. Owned, about 1805, Add.

31713, f . 28. 392.
Gamels. Introduction of, on the stage,

1752. 292.
Gampelman (Charles). Owned, in 1681,

Add. 19759. 482.
Campion (Thomas). Words of madrigal,

about 1610. 150.

Words of portion of masque, 1613.

405.



— Part-songs. 451.

— Songs. 467 (words), 468-9, 476,
493, 573.

Trio. 653.



Campis (P — de). Quartet. 457.
Campra (Andre). Operatic numbers.
254, 263-4, 267, 343.

Songs on him, 1697-1735. 521,

537, 550 (Egerton 817, if. 183, 185b),
553.

Canis (Corneille). Madrigals. 160, 176.
Gaxtieri (Maria Giuscppa). Owned (?)

30166, f. 58. 372.
Gapel (Catherine), luifc of George, 5th

Earl of Essex. Air introduced by her

in an opera by Bishop, 1817. 406.
Gapel [Lt.-Col. Edward). Owned, in

1807, etc., 31718 (p. 622), and 81743-5

(p. 306).
Gapelli (Giovanni Maria). Opera, etc.

241, 268.

Songs. 527-8.

Capranica (i\Iatteo). Operatic arias.

271, 275.
Capua (Rinaldo di). Operatic numbers.

266-7, 268, 276, 299.

Song. 506.

Gaputi (Antonio). Song. Aiitogr. 512.
Gaputo, II duca di. Operatic arias.

289.
Capuzzi (Giuseppe Antonio). Operatic

cavatina. 328.
Garapella (Tomniaso). Solfeggi. 401.

Songs. 502, 500, 512.



Carbery, JJaroii. v. Evans (George).
Garcani (Giuseppe). Operatic numbers.

271, 287, 298.
Carcassi (Matteo). Aria. 403.
Cardiff, in Wales. Reference to, in

Royal Appendix 58. 123.



Carey (Henry). Glee adapted fr. him.
115.

Operatic air. 347.

Song. 594.

Carillons. Use of, in orchestra, early

19th cent. 896.
Carissimi (Giacomo). Serenata. 13 (2),

14 (2), 15 (4), 18.

Duet. 59, 86.

Songs. 475, 481, 482, 494, 496,

499, 500, 518, 577.

Trios. 649, 651 (2).

Garnley (Daniel), of Hull. Owned, in
1834, Add. 27756. 218.

CAROLAN(Turlough). Operatic air. 318.

Caron (Firmin ?). ^Madrigal. 185.

Carpanin (Carlo), of Venice. Tran-
scribed (?), late 18th cent., 16003-4
(p. 812), 16007 (p. 316), 16013 (p. 890),
16020 (p. 858).

Carpenter ( — ). Melody of maggot,
18th cent. 200 (no. 145).

Carter (Et;;;. — ). Melody of glee. 109.

Carter (Thomas). Glee. Autogr. 112.

Gasali (Giovanni Battista). Operatic
numbers. 271-2.

Gasalotti (Giovanni). Duets and songs
composed (?) by him. 58, 492.

Gasati (Girolamo). Madrigal. 168.

Cascina (Donato da), v. Douato.

Cascina (Giovanni da), v, Giovanni.

Cassanea de Mondonville (Jean Jo-
seph). Operatic air. 275.

Song. 568.

Castanets. Use of, in orchestra, early
19th cent. .396.

Catalani (Angelica), wi/f of Ferdinand
Andr(^ Valabrcgne. Opera composed
for her " benefit," 1811. 890.

Owned, early 19th cent., 16082-3.

856.

Catch Club. Canons, Catches and
Glees, written for the Prize ]Medal,
18th-19th cent. 8, 9, 43, 98, 110, etc.

Owned, early 19th cent., 31454.

892.

Catherine II. v. Russia.

Catinat de la Fauconnerie (Nicolas

de), Marechal. Songs on him, 1690,

1702, 1707. 585 (no. 4, etc.), 538,

542.
Catone ( — ) ? Operatic aria. 435.
Gatuba. Use of, in orchestra, 1815, etc.

408, 436.
Gaurroy. v. Du Caurroy.
Cavaccio (Giovanni). Madrigal. 173.
Cavallaro? (Baldassare), of Naples.

Owned, in 1755, Add. 14211. 524.
Cavalli (Pietro Francesco), v. Caletti-

Bruni.
Cavata, sc. Song. Use of word, 1769.

849.
Cave (? John), of the Chapel Eoi/al (?).

Owned, about 1677, Add. 29896, f. 99b.

55.



NAMES AND SUBJECTS.



92^



Cavendish (Georgiaiia), icifc of William,
bth Duke of Devonshire. Operatic
air, about 1798. 816.

Cavendish (Micliael). Madrigal. 181.

Cavendish (William), Duke of Devon-
shire in 1694. Ode on his death,
1707. 216.

Cavendish (William), Duke of New-
castle. Words of songs, about 1667.
476.

Cebell, sc. Gavotte. Specimen of,
1695. 211.

Cecchi (Giuseppe). Transcribed (?), in
18th-19th cent., parts of .31730 (p.
363), 31734 (p. 89), 31735 (p. 364).

Owned, about 1782-1801, Add.

31743-6. 306, 309.

Cellarius (Johannes), of Nuremberg.

Owned, in 1606, Add. 27579. 2.
Cenami (Pietro Antonio) ? Song. 561.
Cehton (Pierre). Madrigal. 172.
Cesarini (Carlo Francesco), detto del

Violino. Pasticcio. 241.

Songs. 494, 508, 511.

Trio. 651.

Cesti (Marco Antonio). Opera. 227.

- — • Songs. 482, 491 (arranged), 494-
496 (2).

■ • Short account of. 227.

Chalumeau. Use of, in orchestra,
1710, ete. 241, 338, 361, 382.

Champagne, Comte dc. v. Navarre.

Channing (John). ]\Iusic collected bv
him in 1694, etc. 230.

Chapel Royal Feast. Ode for, 1784.
217.

Chappell (William), F.S.A. Refer-
ence to. 25.

Owned, in 19th cent., Egertou

814-817 (p. 528), Add. 23625 (p. 169).

Chard (George William). Glee. 108.

Chark (Richard?). Melodv of horn-
pipe. 201 (no. 192).

Charleroi, in Belgium. Catch on the
siege [1677 ?]. 41.

Charles II. v. England.

Charles VI., Emperor, v. Germany.

Charles ( — ). Song attributed to him,
1653. 479.

Song, after 1737 (?). 525.

Chatterton (Thomas), sen. Catch.

46.
Chatterton (Thomas), jun., the poet.

Words of burletta, 1770. Aiitogr.

301.
Chllard (Andre Hippolyte Jean Bap-

tiste). Operatic overture. 424.
Chelleri (Fortunate). Song. 586.
Cherubini (Maria Luigi Carlo Zenobi

Salvatore). Operatic numbers. 259

{?autogr.)-60, 315, 362, 380.

Owned, 18th-19th cent., 31549.

510.

Cheston (John). Catch on liim, late
18th cent. 36.



Chiarini (Pietro). Operatic aria.- 266.
Chiccheri (Vittorio). Song. 508.
Child (William). Catches. 30, 34, 37.
Chilmead (Edmund). Duet. 55.

Incidental music. 228.

Chinzer (Johann). Operatic aria. 276.
Chirimias. Mention of, in poem, about

1727. 522.

Chrispel. v. Crespel.

Churchill (John), Duke of Marl-
borougJi. Song on him, 1705. 539,
542, 545 (nos. 161, 163, 165).

CiAMPi (Francesco). Opera, etc. 257,
275-6.

CiAMPi (Legreuzio Vincenzo). Operatic
numbers. 259 {? autogr.), 272.

CiANCHETTiNi (Pio). Arrangement of
operatic number. 409.

CicciLLO ( — ). Transcribed 14225,
f. 55b. 510.

CiMAROSA (Domenico). Operas, etc.
259, 305-7 (5, the last apparentlv
chiefly autogr.), 309 (2), 312 (2), 314-
315 (3, the last partlv autogr. ?), 316-
318, 320, 349, 351, 353 (2), 364, 365,
870, 371 (partly autogr.), 871-3, 881
(2), 383-5, 388, 403.

Songs. 592, 606(-?).

CiMAROSA (Paolo). Attestation by him

of his father's autograph, 1845. 871.
CiMBALETTO. Use of word, 1765. 350.
CiMBASSO. V. Serpent.
CiPOLLA (Francesco). Duet. 79.
Cither. Use of, in orchestra, 1719, etc.

250, 302, 408.
CiTTADiNi (Anna). Owned 30169, f. 116.

373.
Clack (Richard). Duet. 82.

Songs. Autogr. 592.

Transcribed, 1st half 18th cent.,

81592. 282.

Clapisson (Antonin Louis). Song.

687.
Clarges, Lady. Owned, about 1794,

etc., 11591, fE.43-57b (p. 576); and

17830, f. 56 (p. 370).
Clari (Giovanni Carlo ]\Iaria). Duets

attributed to him. 78-9.

Madrigals. 156-8 (5), 168, 177,

180 (2), 188, 189.



Solfeggi. 462.
Terzetti. v. Madrigals.



Clarinet. Use of, in orchestra, 1780.

363.
Clark (Mss - ). Reel, 18th cent. 206.
Clark (Jeremiah). Catches. 28, 87,

38, 39, 46.
: Incidental music. 229, 231-3 (2),

821, 847.

Melody. 207 (no. 41).

Odes. 211 (? autogr.), 215, 220-1,



228.



Songs. 200 (no. 89), 503.
Transcribed (?), after 1696, etc.,



1531S, 31449. 233.



928



INDEX II.



Glee. 108.
2Y1, 27G, 284, 288,



Clakk (W — ). Transcribed, in 1789, etc.,

30016-21 (pp. 182-187) ; 31811, f. 169

(p. 181).
Clauke ( — ). Transcribed (?), about

1704-1709, Add. 22099. 247.
Clarke (John), v. Clarke-Whitfeld.
Clabke (Thomas). Owned 31592. 282.
Clakke-Whitfeld (John). Song. 625.
Clemens (Jacob), non Papa. Madri-
gals. 134, 135, 160, 161, 176.
Clement XI. Songs on him, 1706,

1712-14. 541 (no. 285), 544 (nos. 123,

126, 127), 545.
Clement (Charles Frau9ois). Opera.

293.
Clerambault (Louis Nicholas). Song.

524.
Olive (Archer). Dedication to him,

1822. 627.
Clock. Use of, in orchestra, 1844.

433.
Coau (S — ). Transcribed, about 1831,

32580. 418.
Cobb (John). Catch. 32, 37, 39, 40.
— — Part-song. 454 (2).

Trio. 655.

CoBBOLD (William). IMadrigals. 149,
162.

Motet. 195.

CoccHi (Gioacchino).

Operatic arias.

290, 294, 296-8 (2), 360.

CocKERELL (Fraucis). Owned 31619-

31624. 270.
Cohen (Hendrik). Song. 637.
CoiCK (Jan). ]\Iadrigal. 160.
Cola (Gregorio). Song. 504.
Colasse (Pascal) ? Operatic airs. 254,

263-4.
• Reference to his "Astrec," 1691.

521.
Colbert (Jean Baptiste), Marquis dc

Scignclay, Mini.sfe?' of Lu2iis XIV.

Song on his death, 1683. .520.
Coleman (Charles). Songs. 474-5.
CoLEiNiAN (Edward). Part-song. 453.

Song. 479.

Colin, v. Collin.

CoLLA (Giuseppe). Operatic arias. 299,
351.

CoLLEGEANA (Rosso de). Madrigal.
122.

Collet (John?). Overture. 286.

Collier (John Payne). Owned, 19th
cent., 32343. 472.

Collin de Blamont (Fran(;ois). Oper-
atic air. 295.

Colombani (Quirino). Canon. 12.

Song. 583.

CoLoiiBi (Giovanni Bernardo). Mad-
rigal. 165, 168.

CoLONNA ( — ), Princess. Owned, in
1747-8, part of 31655. 275.

CoLONNA (Giovanni Paolo). Canon. 2.

Songs. 488.



Songs.



490, 499,



Short account



COLONNESE ( — ).

500, 513.
CoLTELLiNi (Marco).

of. 301.
CoLUMNis (Johannes Paulus de). v.

Colonna.
"Comes." Transcribed, after 1717 (?),

14215, f. 17. 211.
COMis (Michel de). Madrigal. 173.
Compere (Loyset). IMadrigal. 129.

CONCENTORES SODALES, SOCIETY OF.

Owned, in 18th-19th cent., etc., 31671

(pp. 31, 111) ; 31805, f . 69 (p. 101).
Concerto buffo. Use of expression,

18th-19th cent. 381.
CoNCORDANS, sc. Coiitra-tcnor. Use of

the term, in 16th cent. 127.
CoNDE, Prince dc. v. Bourbon (Louis

de).
CoNFORTi (Nicolo). Operatic numbers.

260, 284, 288, 289, 298, 349.

Song. 565.

CoNTi, Prince dc. v. Bourbon (Fran-
cois Louis de).

CoNTi (Francesco Bartolommeo).
Opera, etc. 248, 258, 281.

CoNTi (Nicolo). Operatic aria. 289.

CoNTiNO (Giovanni). Madrigal. 163.

CoNTRA-FAGOTTo. V. Double Bassoon.

CoNVERSo (Girolamo). Madrigals. 181
(2), 184, 185, 190.

Cook (John). Catch on him, early
17th cent. 29, 36-38 (3).

Cooke (Benjamin). Catches. 32, 38.

Chorus. 48.

Glees. 99, 101-104 (3), 108, 113.

Operatic numbers. 396 and 398



(arrangements).
Cooke [Capt. Henry).

494.
Cooke (INIatthew)

tions, sc. Catch.

Madrigal. 188;-

658.

Transcribed



44:
•Songs



Songs. 480,

■iutocjr. composi-
Glee. 117 ;—
. 630;— Trios.



(?),



in



1807,



etc.,
2492



82.



14340, f.51 (p. 116); Egerton
(p. 222) ; Egerton 2494 (p. 410).
Cooke (Robert). Canon. 9.

Owned, in 1795, Add. 31585.

Cooke (Thomas Simpson). Incidental

music. 404-5.

Trio. Auturjr. 659.

Cooper (Dr. — ). Catch. 26.

Madrigals. 124, 126.

Cooper (John). Catch on him, 18th

cent. 37, 39.
Corbet (Richard), Bishop of Oxford.

Words of song, 1615. 470.
Corbet (William). Song. 593.



Corbisxeko (Antonio)

289, 349.
CORDELLA (Geronimo?).
Corpe (James). Duet.

Glees. 102, 112.

CoKFiNi (Griacomo). Madrigal



Operatic arias.



Song.
71.



656.



173.



NAMES AND SUBJECTS.



929



CoBNET-A-PiSTON. Use of, in orchestra,
1831. 418.

CoRNETTA. V. Comet-a-piston.

CoRNETTi. V. Ziiaken.

GoENEWALL (Frances Elizabeth), o/<e77y.
(1805) ivife of Henry Fleming Lea.,
14:t]i Viscount Hereford. Tran-
scribed (?), after 1794, part of 31665.
315.

Duets written for her, about 1796.

74.

Owned (?), in 180-, 31516, ff. 42-83.

524.

Cornish (William), [? sen.']. Duet. 53.

Madrigals. 123, 126.

Cornish (William), jiin. Madrigals.

125.
CoRNO Inglese. v. Basset-horn.
Cornwall (Barrv). v. Procter (Bryan

Waller).
Coro, sc. Orchestra. Use of term, 1741.

271.
CoRREGGio (Claudio da), v. jMerulo

(Claudio).
CoRRi (Domenico). Operatic arias.

367.
CoRSELLi ( — ). Operatic aria. 343.
CoRSiNi (Buonavito). Madrigals. 121.
CoRTECCiA (Francesco). Madrigal. 172.
CoRzi (Geniiaro). Transcribed, about

1718-1729, Add. 14227, f. 127. 512.
Costa (Giovanni Antonio). Duet. 66.
Costa (Sir Michael Andrew Agnus).

Cantatas. Autogr. 23.

Chorus (arranged). 51.

Operatic scena, etc. Autogr. 422.

CosTANZi (Giovanni Battista). Cantata.

Partly autogr. 16.
CosTENTiN (Anne Hilarion de), Comte

de Tourville. Song on him, 1692.

487.
Cotillons. Melodies (18th cent.). 201

(no. 237), 202 (no. 346).
CoTTRAU (Guillaume). Owned ('?), in

1835, Add. 30921. 423-4.
CoTTRELL ( — ). Incidental music, about

1694-1697. 232.
CoTUMACCi (Carlo). Solfeggi. 462.
CoucY (Regnault de). Songs. 464.
CouPERiN (Pranyois). Song (arrange-
ments). 525.
CouRBOis (— ). Song, 1710. 525.
CouRTEViLLE ( — ). Songs. 484.
CouRTEViLLE (John). Duets. Aiitogr.

58.

Songs. Autogy. 487.

COURTEVILLE (Ralph). Duet. 61.
Operatic air. 242.

Song. 505.

Reference to him, 18th cent.

487.

CouRTOis (Jan). Madrigal. 160, 176.
CovEL(i?t>r. John),D.Z). Transcribed (?),

22911, f. 458b. 203.
Coward (James). Canon. 11.

II



CowpER, Earl. Bookplate of arms.

333.
Cox (John ?). Catch. 30, 38.
Cracoviaks. IMelodies, 18th-19tli cent.

205.
Cramer (Johann Baptist). Song ou

him, early 19th cent. 623.
Cbanford (William?). Catches. 28-

30, 37, 38, 39, 46.
Crawford [Major George Adam), R.A.

Presented, in 1878, Add. 30842. 112.
Creed (— ). Catch. 29, 37, 38.
Creighton [Rev. Robert), D.D. Song.

Autogr. 522.
Cremona, in Italy. Songs on the

siege, 1702. 538 (nos. 131-155 pas-

sivi).
Crequi de Blanchefort (Charles de),

Due, Marechal. Song on him, 1670.

533.
Crequillon (Thomas). Madrigals.

134, 148, 149, 161, 170, 176.

Motets. 194.

Crescentini (Girolamo). Songs dedi-
cated to him, 1806-1812. 621-2.

Crespel (Jean ?). Madrigals. 101,
170, 177.

Crbspieres ( — ). Madrigal. 127.

Croce (Giovanni). Madrigals. 140-
145 (5), 152, 168, 173, 184, 186, 190.

Croft (William). Odes. 216-17.

Songs. 505,510.

Music performed for his Doctor's

degree, 1713. 217.

Notes in his hand, early 18th



cent. 211.

Transcribed, early 18th cent.,

Add. 5333 (pp. 213, 240) ; most of
31452 (p. 215) ; 31453 (p. 243).

Croker (C — S — ). Dedication to him,

1823. 627.
Cromwell (Thomas), Earl of Essex,

Lord Privy Seal, etc. Madrigal

relating to his death. 147.
Crotch (William). Canons. Autogr. 5.
■ Chorus. Autogr. 48.

Glee. 104 (autogr.), 111.

Odes. Autogr. 222, 223-4.

Overture arranged by him. 373.

Transcribed, about 1798, etc.,

portions of 31412 (pp. 18, 105, 577,
653) ; 31515, f. 121b (p. 91) ; 31813,
f. 155 (p. 75).

Owned, early 18th cent., 31510

(p. 337) ; 31667, f. 28 (p. 301) ; 33582
(p. 259).

CuRTAL. Mention of, in poem, about

1727. 522.
CuRTAL, Double. Use of, before 1732.

16.
CuRZON (Hon. Alfred). Dedication to

him, about 1820. 627.
CusiNS (Sir William George). Duet.

Autogr. 98.
Cutler (William Henry). Glee. 102(?).

3 o



930



INDEX II.



Cutler (William Henry) {continued).

Songs. Aidorjr. 624.
Cymbals. Use of, in orchestra, about

1770 (p. 302), in 1777 (p. 448).



D



(M-).



. 111.
124,125.



Owned, in 18th cent.,

Egerton 2486. 165.
Dach (Simon). Words of song. 472.
Daggek (William). Round. 26.
Danby [Mrs. — ). Owned, at Naples,

31743-5. 306.
Danby' (John). Catches. 41, 45.

Glees. 101-2, 104, 108, 113, 118.

Transcribed, about 1776, Add.

31804, f. 10. 100.

Dances (unnamed). IMelodics. 200
(no. 140), 202 (nos. 318, 350, 364, 380),
207.

V. also Songs. 469, 492, 522, 525.

Danchet (Antoine). Song on him,

1670. 533, 537.
Danyel (John). Songs. 468-9.
Danzi (Franz). Operatic aria. 366.
Dauphin ( — ). Song. 525.
Davis {Mrs. Mary ?). Song in masque,

about 1682. 230.
Davy (John). Glees. Aufogi
Davy (Richard). IMadrigals.
De La Douk. v. Bertin.
De La Rue (Pierre). Canon. 4.

Madrigal. 128.

De Lattee (Claude "Petit Jan").

Madrigal. 161.
Deane (J — H — ). Owned, in 2nd

half of 19th cent., 30838. 263.
Deereing (Richard), v. Deriug.
DEFESCH(Willem). Song. 574(34126,

no. 4).
Deiller (Joseph). Song. 640.
Della Maria (Domenico). Operatic

duet. 385.
Dentice (Scipione). Madrigal. 155.
Dering (Richard). IMadrigals. 138,

149, 151, 154.

Trio. 652.

Desmarets (Henri). Operatic numbers.
268, 267.

Despreaux (Nicolas), v. Boileau.

Destouches (Andre Cardinal) ? Oper-
atic airs. 256-7 (words), 267, 274-5,
344.

• Allusions to him and his operas,

1699-1713. 274, 521, 540.

Devon (— ). Owned 31784, ff. 21, 41.
381.

Devonshire, Duchess of. v. Cavendish
(Georgiana).

DiBDiN (Charles). Compositions chiefly
autogr. : — Catches. 42-3 (2) ; — Chorus.
49 ;— Duets. 88 (3), 89 ;— Glees. 99,
112 (2) ;— Odes. 219-20 (3) ;— Operas,
etc. 310, 317, 323, 373-80 (5, the
last containing words only), 397,398;
—Songs. 604-6 (8) ;— Table enter-
tainments. 643-8.



Didie {Monsieiir — ). Songs tran-
scribed for him, in 1681. 481.

Dignum (Charles). Songs written for
him, in 1804. 620.

Diletta ( — ). Song. 576.

DiTTERS {Kz.r:\),vonDittersdo7-f. Opsra.
367.

DiTTERSDORF. V. Dittcrs.

Dixon {Major —). Owned 31490, f. 7.
336.

DoDD (Eei'. James William ?), of Dean's
Yard, Westminster Ahhe\j. Tran-
scribed, late 18th cent., parts of
15979 (p. 310), and 38237 (pp. 75, 220).

DoGiMON (Jacobus). Owned, in 14th
cent. (?), Egerton 274. 464.

DoLBiN ( — ). Transcribed (?), about
1682, etc., 22100, ff. 79,^ 111 (p. 13);
31453, f.l52 (p. 244).

DoMENico (Giovanni Paolo). Song.
506.

DoMViLL (Silas), al. Taylor. Owned,
in 1669, Add. 4910, f. 60. 2.

DoNATO DA Cascina. Madrigal. 121.

DoNATO (Baldassare). Madrigals. 141,
142 (no. 18), 153, 161, 173, 187, 190.

DoNi ( — ). Operatic numbers. 282-3.

Song. 562.

Donizetti (Gaetano). Operas, etc.

430 (fragment), 436-8 (4), 448.
Double Bassoon. Use of, in orchestra,

1787, etc. 367, 405.
Double Songs, sc. Duets. Use of the

expression, 1704-1707. 63.
DouE, De la. v. Bertin.
DowLAND (John). Madrigals. 132,

138, 150, 155, 163, 169, 181.

Songs. 468-9, 470, 471.

Draghi (Giovanni Battista) ? Ode.

213.

Incidental music. 239.

Songs. 481, 496, 501 (altered by

him).

Dragonetti (Domenico) ? Sketches of

Duets. 88.
— — Operatic fragments in his hand.

370.

Songs in his hand. 604, 635.

Bequeathed, in 1846, Add. 15979-

83, 15985-95, 15997-10020, 16022-8,
16080-16138, 16141-16160. pp. 234-
^12 passim {v. Table of IMSS.).

Drake (Ralph). Madrigal. 124.
Drinking-songs, v. Duets. 57, 61,

64;— Songs. 578; etc.
Dromore, Bishop of. v. Percy (Thomas).
Drums. Use of, in orchestra, about

1699. 233.
Du Beine. v. Beine.
Du Caueroy (Francois Eustachc).

Madrigal. 162.
Du Mont. v. Dumont.
Du Plessis (Armand Jean), Due de

Ricliclicu, Cardinal. Songs on his

death, 1642. 529 (nos. 17-20).



NAMES AND SUBJECTS.



931



Dublin University. Ode in com-
memoration of the centenary, 1694.
216.

Dubois (Guillaume), Cardinal. Songs
on him, 1720-1723, 546 (no. 248),

547 (nos. 269, 273, 275, 286, 287),

548 (no. 1), 551 (no. 159).
Ducis (Benedictus). v. Hertogs.
DuGGAN (Joseph Francis). Opera.

Autogr. 442.
DuMONT (Henri) ? ]\Iadrigals. 156.

Songs. 496.

.DuNi (Egidio Romoaldo). Operatic

arias. 261, 26G, 276 (2), 291-2, 327.
DupiN (M— M— G— ), wife of Claude

Diqnn, Fcrmicr-Gt^iu'ral. Lines by

her, 1752-8. 292.
DuPLESsis ( — ). Song. 525.
DuPiiEZ (Gilbert). Air composed for

his debut in " Les Huguenots,"

1837, with note in his hand. 428.
Dupuis (Thomas Sanders). Odes.

Autogr. 217, 218.
• Exercise for his Degrees, 1790.

218.
Durante (Francesco). Duets. 64

(14166, f. 101), 66, 80, 82, 84, 85, 91, 94.
■ • IMadriffal attributed to him. 189.



Solfeggi. 462.
Songs. 594.



DuRAS, D^ic de. v. Durfort (Guy

Alphonse de).
DuRAZzo {Marchcsa Giulia), dei Gri-

maldi. Madrigals written for lier,

1743. 157.
DuBKORT (Guy Alphonse de), Due de

Dtiras, Marcchal. Song on him,

1688-1691. 535.
Durham, City of. ]\IS. connected with

the neighbourhood of, temp. Eliza-
beth. 138.
DuTiGLiEU (Pierre). Operatic trio.

384.
Dyne (John). Glee. 104.

Eable (Giles). Collected, about 1615-
1626, Add. 24665. 468.

Earle (William Benson). Glee. 101.

Eberwein (Maximilian Karl). Part-
song. Autogr. ? 454.

Songs, partly autogr. 630.

Eccles (John). Catches. 28, 29, 37,

38, 39, 44, 46.

Duets. 61 (2), 63.

Incidental music. 200 (no. 133),

231-2, 238 (? autogr.), 239, 241, 242-3,
244, 247-8, 281, 320, 347, 392 ("Mac-
beth").

Odes. 212, 214, 216 {1 autogr.),



656.



Part-songs. 453, 454.
Song. 505.



Eccles (Solomon). Incidental music.

230.
Edwards (Richard) '? Madrigal. 132.



Edwards (Richard) ? (continued). Air

in " Damon and Pythias." 225.
Egerton (Maria), v. Grey-Egerton.
Egles (Solomon), v. Eccles.
Eglinton, Earl of. v. Montgomerie

(Hugh).
Egmont, Countess of. Airs dedicated

to her, about 1770-1, by Rousseau.

569.
EiSENHOPER (Franz Xaver). Canon.

11.
Elderton ( — ). Catch on him, after

1789 (?). 34.
Elephants. Introduction of, on the

stage, 1752. 292.
Elizabeth, Queen, v. England.
Ellerton (John), v. Lodge-EUerton

(John).
Elliott (James). Glees. 100, 111.
Ellis (William). Catch. 30, 37.
Elton (— ). Catch. 32.
England, Sovereigns of. Henry VI.

Madrigal relating to him. 147.

Richard III. Madrigal relating

to him. 147.

Henry VII. filadrigal referring

to liis accession, earlv 16th cent.
124 (Add. 5465, no. 11)," 160.

Madrigals in honour of the



King and Prince Arthur, 1501. 125.
Madrigal on the marriage of



the Princess IMargaret to James IV.
of Scotland, 1503. 124.



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