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Song. 592.
in 18th cent., 17860.



Hayes (Philip?).

Transcribed,

333.

Notes by him, 1777. 261.

Corrections in his hand, late 18th

cent. 650.

Owned, in 18th cent., 16156

(p. 333), 17799 (p. 227), 24312 (p. 169),
31601-2 (p. 266).

Hayes (William), sen. Catches. 29,
31, 35, 37, 40, 44, 45 (nos. 23, 34), 46.

Glees. 99, 118.

Operatic trio harmonized by him.



321.
Heath (?Em— ).

Song. 492.

Heathcote [Rev.

337.



Madrigal.



138.



-). Owned 31516.



Hellendaal (Peter) [sen.]. Glee. 107.

Hendal. v. Handel.

Henri IV. v. France.

Henry VI., VII., VIII. v. England.

Henstridge (Daniel). Song. 485.

Hertogs (Benedictus). Motet. 196.



Hervey (Augustus John), Earl of
Bristol in 1775. Collected, about
1747-8, Add. 31655. 275.

Hervey {Lady Elizabeth Catherine
Caroline), afterw. wife of Charles Rose
Ellis, 1st Baron Seaford. Owned,
late 18th cent., 22107 (p. 333), 22270
(p. 316).

HESSLER(HeinrichFriedrich),o/£6<'rs-
dorff', in Yoigtland. Song. Autogr.
52.3.

Heylanus (Petrus). Madrigal. 161.

Heyne (— ). Madrigals. 127, 128.

Heywood (John). Song. 466.

HicnT ( — ). Cantata. Autogr. 19.

Hill (Roger). Duet adapted from. 55.

Trio. 652.

HiLLER (? Johann Adam). Canon. 10.
Hilton (John). Canons. 2, 5 (2).

Catches. 26, 29-30, 32, 34-5, 37-

40 (2), 45, 46.

Duets. 55.

Madrigals (Fa las). 191.

Incidental music. 227.

Part-song. 452.

Songs. 474-7 (2).



Himmel (Friedrich Heinrich). Opera.
410.

Song. 599.

Hindle (John). Glees. 104.
HoBLER (J — Paul). Transcribed, late

18th cent., parts of 15979 (p. 310),

31450 (p. 307), and 33237 (pp. 41, 220,

311).
HoBRECiiT (Geraert). v. Obrecht.
Hodges (Nathaniel). Round on him,

about 1762. 28.
HoDiMONTio (Leonardo). Trio. 652.
HoDSON (Jane), loidoio of Sir Robert

Hodson, 1st Bart. Song dedicated to

her, 1823. 628.
Hoffmann von Fallersleben (Hein-
rich August). Owned, in 1848, Eger-

ton 2513. 508.
HoLCOMBE (Henry). Glee (adapted).

99.
Holder (Joseph William). Catches.

31, 45.

Glees. 100 (? autogr.), 107.

Holland, v. Netherlands.
Hollander (Christian). Madrigal. 135,

177.
HoLLES (John), Duke of Newcastle.

Bookplate. 491.
HoLLOCOMBE (W — ). Owned, in 1832,

Add. 31638. 591.
Holmes (George). Catch. 35, 45.
Holmes (Thomas). Incidental music.

226.
HoLZBAUER (Ignaz). Operatic scena.

366.
Hook (James). Compositions, chiefly

autogr. : — Cantatas. 17, 20 ; —

Catch. 34 ;— Chorus. 50 ;— Duets.

92, 93 ;— Glees. 109, 114 ;— Operatic



NAMES AND SUBJECTS.



939



air. 404 ; — Septet. 460 ; — Songs.

573, 575, 595, 620.
Hope [Ladij Harriet). Reel. 207.
Horn. Use of, in orchestra, about

1693 (?). 212.
Horn {Mis. — ), wife of Henry George

Horn. Song dedicated to her, 1880.

624.
Horn (Charles Edward). Incidental

music. 404.
Horn (Henry George). Owned, in 1853,

Add. 32019, f . 9. 624-5.
HoRNE (Edmund Thomas), formerly

Warren, v. Warren-Horne.
HoRNE-TooKE {Rev. John). Skit on

him, early 19th cent. 657, 659.
Hornpipes. ]\Ielodies (18th cent.).

199 (no. 14), 200 (no. 93), 201 (nos. 192,

204, 234, 239, 268), 202 (no. 363).
HORSLEY (William). Glee. 109, 111

{autogr.).

Madrigal. Autogr. 164.

HoRTENSE, Queen, v. Netherlands.
Houghton ( — ). Owned, about 1677,

Add. 29.396, f. 99b. 55.
Howard (Catherine), wife of Charles,

10th Duke of Norfolk. Song written

for her, in 1784. 638.
Howard (Samuel). Glee adapted from

him. 115.

Operatic air. 347.

Songs. 593-4, 596.

HowELii (Mark). Song written for
him, in 1836. 575.

Hugh (Fr— ) ? Song. 503.

Hughes (— ). Catch. 40, 46.

Hughes - Hughes (Augustus). Pre-
sented, in 1899, Add. 35347. 221.

HuiTT (Benjamin). Owned 14899. 493.

HuLLAH (John). Owned, in 19th cent.,
16111 (p. 257), and apparently also
32586 (p. 629).

Hume (Jack). Reel. 207.

Hume (LafZi/ Jane) . Reel. 207.

Hume (Tobias), Captain. Song. 467.

HuMFREY (Pelham). Ode. 213.

Incidental music. 229.

Songs. 478-480 (2), 482-3, 493-

494 (2).

Hummel (Johann Nepomuk). Com-
positions, chiefly autogr. : — Canon.
11 ;— Cantatas. 20-22 (6) ;— Choruses.
49-51 (8) ;— Melody (English). 203 ;
— Jlonodrama. 578 ; — Operas, etc.
316, 318, 319, 382, 383, 386-7 (5),
398, 895 (2), 399-403 (6), 420, 425,
429 ;— Quartets. 458-9 (4) ;— Songs.
608, 624, 628, 631-3 (2).

Transcribed part of 32178 (p. 572),

32211 (p. 608), 32237 (pp. 48, 90, 205,
206, 209, 608).

Song on his birthday, 1826. 630.

Part-song on his birthday, 1831.



454.



Owned, in 18th-19th cent., 32169,



32170, 32172-9, 32181-3, 32188-32217
32229, 32236-8. pp. 9-635 jjassim {v.
Table of MSS.).

HuMPHERYS (Pelham). v. Humfrey.

Hu'SGARY, Sovercignsof. ]\Iaria Theresa.
Songs on her, 1741-1743. 555 (nos.
308, 346), 556 (no. 384).

Hunt (James Henry Leigh). Song in
his hand, 1839 (?). 636.

HuRKA (Friedrich Franz). Songs.
599.

Husk (William Henry), Librarian to
the Sacred Harmonic Society. Be-
queathed, in 1887, Add. 3.3287. 212.

HuTCHESON (Francis). Glees. 99,104,
105.

Madrigal. 181 (2).

Hyde (Humphrey). Melodies of songs.
479.

Il Miele. v. Miele, II.

iMMYTSfS (John). Autograph composi-
tions, sc. Canon. 5; — Duet. 80; —
Madrigals. 172 (2).

Song on him (?). 623.

• Transcribed Add. 5055, nos. 27-38.

70.

Scored 125.32 (p. 166), 29380-1

(p. 170), 29400 (p. 171), 31406-7 (pp.
171-2).

Inoledon (Charles). Songs written for
him, 1786, 1788. 573.

Ingegneri (Marco Antonio). Madri-
gals. 166, 167.

"Inglese." ^". Basset-horn.

Ingleton. v. Incledon.

Innocent XIII. Song on his death,
1724. 547.

Insanguine (Giacomo), clctto Monopoli.
Operatic aria, etc. 349, 852.

Intrattimento Musicale. v. Can-
tatas. 17.

Inval. v. Roussel d'Inval.

Ireland (Francis). v. Hutcheson
(Francis).

Irish Melodies, 18th-19th centt. 204.

Irish Music, v. Duets. 87 ;— Songs.
574, 601-8, 618, 620, 633.

IsHAM (John). Catch. 44.

IsNARDi (Paolo). IMadrigal. 173.

IsouARD (Nicolo). Operatic airs, etc,
315, 374, 376, 406.

IsuM. V. Isham.

Italian Melodies, lSth-19th cent.
204-5.

Italian Music. Anonymous. v.
Canons. 11 ;— Duets. 56 (2), 58,
59 (3), 60, 62, 63, 65 (2), 66 (3), 79,
90, 95 ;— Madrigals. 120 (2), 130-1
(3), 185, 174-5 ;— Operas. 238, 234-6
(5), 238, 239, 245, 248-9, 259-60, 272,
276, 279 (2), 280, 281 (2), 282, 283-5
(3), 286, 287-8 (2), 294, 295-8 (4),
301, 315, 328-9 (4), 332-8 (6), 334-
335, 887, 841-2 (2), 843, 344, 346 (2),



940



INDEX II.



352 (2), 360 (2), 363, 365-6, 370, 392,
409 ;— Part-songs. 454;— Songs. 481,
485, 488-92 (6), 494-6 (6), 499-514
(22), 526-8 (2), 556, 558-9 (3), 561,
562, 504, 568 (2), 576, 583-8 (7), 592-4
(4), 597, 604, 606, 608, 610-13 (3) ;—
Trios. 650, 051, 656.

V. also Neaijolitan, Sicilian, and



Venetian Music.
Ives (Simon). Catches. 29, 31, 37,

38, 39, 42 (2), 46.
• Songs. 474-5.

Trios. 649, 650, 653, 655.

IzzARELLi (Francesco Antonio). Tran-
scribed, in 18th cent., 14217, f.69.
585.

Jacket, v. Berghem (Jacob van).
Jackson (Maria). v. Grey-Egerton

(Maria).
Jackson (William), of Exeter. Duets.

74-5, 84, 86.

Operatic airs. 323.

Songs. 577 (mitogr.), 596, 605,



621.



Trio. 055.



Jacob (Henry). Words (?) of part-song.

452.
Jahn (Otto). Owned (?), in 19th cent.,

32394. 642.
James I. and II. v. England.
Jan (Maitrc —). IMadrigal. 128.
Janrvitz (C— de). Owned 32183, f. 89.

383.
Jannequin (Clement). IMadrigals. 164,

170.
Jansenists. Songs on them, 1688,

1713. 518, 535 (nos. 303, 305), 544.
Jeans (Rev. Thomas), Felloiv of Neio

College, Oxford. Owned, in 1778,

Add. 31597. 276.
Jeffeeey (John). Transcribed, temp.

Elizabeth, Lansdowne 807. 225.
Jeffery [Mrs. — ), tuife of Bartliolomeio

Jeffcry. Song written for her, late

18th cent. 597.
Jeffery {Miss Anna Maria). Music

composed for her, about 1794, etc.

82, 592, 607, 654, 656.
Transcribed 31810, f . 184 (p. 103),

31813, f. 156 (p. 454), 31815, f . 76

(p. 390).

Owned, late 18th cent., portions



of 31578 (p. 313), 31669 (p. 318), 31812

(p. 578), 31817 (p. 365).
Jeffery (John). Transcribed (?), in

1824, Add. 31812, f. 120b. 630.
Jeffreys (George). Autograph compo-
sitions, sc. Cantata. 13 ; — Duets.

55 ; — Madrigals. 154 ; — Incidental

music. 228 ; — Song.

649.
Jenkins (John). Catch.

Duet. 54.

Jenner {Rev. Charles?).



478 ; — Trio.
46 (no. 57).
Glee. 114.



Jermoli ( — ) ? Operatic recitative.

365.
Jesuits. Songs on them, 1688, 1713,

1731. 535 (nos. 303, 309, 310), 545

(nos. 154-7), 550, 551.
Jhan. v. Jan.
Jigs. Melodies (18th cent.). 199

(no. 75), 200 (nos. 104-5, 112), 207,

208.
John (Gabriel). Catch on him, about

1762. 28, 37, 38, 43.
Johnson (Edward). Madrigal. 139.
Johnson (Robert?), Chaplain to Queen

Ann Boleyn. JNIadrigal. 139.
Johnson (Robert), II. (?). ]\Iadrigals.

139.

Incidental music. 226-7, 228.

Songs. 474.

JoLLiE (?). V. Jolly.
Jolly (John). Glee. 101.

Jolly (Thomas). Catch on him, about

1681. 26.
JoMELLA. V. Jommelli.
Jommelli (Nicolo). Duets. 72, 88.

Operas, etc. 268, 270-2, 275, 276,

284, 286, 290, 296, 298 (2), 299, 300-1,
302, 326, 330-1 (7), 334, 344-5 (4),
350, 361, 385.

Songs. 591, 592.

Jones (Edward), the King's Bard.
Welsh melodies. 209.

Owned, about 1816, Add. 17799,

17800 (in his autogr.). 227.

Jones (Robert). Part-songs. 451.

Songs. 467, 468-9.

Jones (Thomas). Owned, before 1826,

Add. 29965-0 (pp. 286, 299), 31545

(p. 589), 34298 (p. 563).
JoNSON (iJenjamin), the poet. Words

by him, after 1614. 467.
Julien. v. Jullien.
JuLiis (? Servus de). Transcribed (?),

early 18th cent., 14209, f. 1 (p. 583),

14225, f.69 (p. 510).
Jullien (Louis Antoiue). Operatic

ronianza. Atitogr. 430.
Jumelli. v. Jommelli.

Kafka (J[ohann Nepomuk?]). Owned,

in 19th cent., 29802. 411.
Kanonen-schusse Maschine. Use of,

in orchestra, 1835. 444.
Keeling {Sir Andrew). Catch on him,

late 18th cent. 40.
Kelly (Michael). Duet. 95.

Operatic music. 323, 391.

Songs. 028 (the first possibly

autogr.).

Kelway (Joseph). Owned, in ISth

cent., 15516. 168.
Kempe ( — ). Round. 26.
Kent (James). Transcribed, Add.

31461, fL.&^-lOVo passim. 61, 503.

Owned (?), in 18th cent., 30934

(p. 211), 31452 (p. 215).



NAME8 AND SUBJECTS.



941



Kent (James) {continued). Bookplates,

1st half of ISth cent. 243, 283.
Kettle-drum. Use of, iu orchestra,

1G92 (?). 212.
Key-bugle. Use of, iu orchestra, 1813.

401.
King (James). Owned (?) 31121. 178.
King (Matthew Peter). JNIelodrama.

393.
King (Robert). Incidental music.

231, 245 (words).

Songs. 483, 485, 487.

Kingsbury (William). Ode ou his

death, 1782. 217.

Kingsley (Thomas). Song. 484.

Kingston, Duke of. v. Pierrepoiut
(Evelyn).

Kirby (George). ]Madrigals. 148, 151.

KiEKE (Mary), wife of George Kirke.
Song addressed to her, about 1652.
478.

KiTCHiNER (William Brown). Trans-
cribed (?) D. 272 (3). 400.

Owned, in 1822, Add. 11518. 325.

Klugkist ( — ), [von] Brem[en?]. Songs.

472.
Knight (Clement). Words of masque

printed for him in 1606. 405.
Knyvett (Charles), jun. Owned, in

1824, Add. 24310. 617.
Knyvett (Charles), sen. (?). Owned (?),

in 19th cent., 29967, f. 1. 360-1.
Knyvett (William). Operatic trio

adapted from glee. 409.

Owned, in 19th cent., 17860.

333.

KOrber (Georg), of Nurcmbcri). Motet.

193.
KozELUCii (Leopold). Duets. Autogr.

87 (3).

Sougs, mostly Scotch. Autogr,

601-4 (3).

Krall (Johaun). Song. 640.
KuGLER (L — ). Transcribed, in 19th

cent., 32666. 447.
Kysbye. v. Rysbye.

L (A— N [?]—). Songs, about

1683 (?). Autogr. (?). 485.

L (G— ). Catch. 46.

L'Archier (Jo — ). Madrigal. 177.

L'Atilla. v. Latilla.

La Chaise, Pcre. v. Aix de la Chaise

(Francois d').
La Chievbe (Robert), of BJieiins.

Words of song. 464.
La Feronnerie ( — de). Song. 525.
La Fontaine (Jean de),i)oet. Song on

his operas, 1691, 1708. 521, 542.
La Hogue Bay, France. Song on

the battle, 1692. 487.
La Rochefoucauld (Francois de).

Due, Prince dc Marsillac. Song on

him, 1656. 531.
La Tour d'Auveegke (Heuri de),



Vicomte de Turcnne. Sougs on him,

1666, 1671. 518, 532 (uo. 197), 533.
Lablache (Luigi). Allusion to, in

1835. 424.
Lablache (IThjc. Teresa). Song written

for her, 1836-1843. 635.
Lacostb ( — ). Reference to opera by

him, 1707. 521.
Lacy (Michael Rophino). Extracts

from Handel MSS. at Buckingham

Palace. 24, 98, 445, 446, 641-2 (2).
Notes in his hand. 339, 361, 582.



Lamparelli ( — ). Operatic aria. 346.
Lampe (Johaun Friedrich). Incidental
music. 281, 308.

Owned, in 18th cent., 29961. 79.

Lampugnani (Giovanni Battista). Pas-
ticcio, etc. 265, 271, 276, 284, 289,
299.

Lanciano, in Italy. jMaestro di Cap-
pella. Delia Faya {Don Aurelio),
1564. 158.

Landing (Francesco), cletto degli Or-
gani. Madrigal. 122.

Lane ( — ). Melodv of minuet, 18th
cent. 200 (no. 130).

Lang (Anna Maria von). Baroness.
Cantata in her honour, 1798. 18.

Lang {Mile. Esperance de). Owned,
iu 1831, Add. 32179, f. 65. 635.

Lang (Johann Georg). Operatic aria.
260.

Languet de Gergy (Jean Joseph),
Bishop of Soissons, aftcrw. Arch-
bishop of Sens. Songs on him, 1730.
550 (nos. 86-94).

Laniere (Hannah). Said to have
owned (? late 17th cent.) 17799. 227.

Laniere (Nicholas). Duets. 55 (2).

Part-song. 452.

Songs. 474-5, 477, 479, 493-4 (2),

498.

Lant (John), organist of WincJicster
Cailiedral. Extracts from music
collected by him iu 1580. 30, 37.

Lassen (Eduard). Incidental music.
449.

Lasso (Orlando di). Madrigtils. 130,
140, 141, 144, 149, 154, 158, 160, 161,
166-8, 174, 185.

Motets. 195, 196.

Latfeur ( — ). Madrigal. 134, 135.
Latella (Gaetano). Opera, etc. 262,

266, 285, 289.
Latre. v. De Lattre.
Lauen (Friedrich Jakob). " Hortus

Musicus," 1711. Egerton 2513. 3,

203, 508.
Laurenti ( — ). Song. 502.
Laurentius, der dltere. IMadrigal. 128.
Law (John), of Lauriston, financier.

Songs on him, 1718-1722. "546, 547.
Lawes (Henry). Catch. 46.

Duets. 55 (2).

Madrigals. Autogr. (?). 156.



942



INDEX II.



Lawes (Henry) (continued). Masque,
etc. 228, 325.

Songs. 472 (antogr.), 474-80 (4),

491, 493, G07.

Trios. 648, 652-3, 655 (2).

Lawes (William). Catches. 26, 29,

30, 34, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 46.

Dramatic music. 226 (aidogr.),



228.

Duets. 54-5 (8), 57, 58.

Part-song. 452, 453.

Songs. 473 (mitogr.), 477, 493.

■ Trios. 648, 649, 651, 656.

■ Elegies on him. 54, 452, 655.

Lawrence (Mrs. — ). Owned, in 1808,

Add. 31507. 507.
"Le belle ninpe": a collection of

madrigals (after 1601). 140.
Le Bouteiller (Colard). Song. 464.
Le Brun ( — ). Transcribed, in 1760,

Add. 31678. 566.
Le Changeur ( — ).
Le Clere ( — ).

Marie).
Le Cocq (Jean), v.
Le Jeune (Claude).

Madrigals. 131, 140, 161.

Le Petit (Ninon). INIadrigal.



Song. 525.
V. Leclair

Coick (Jan).
Canon. 4.



(Jean



129,



170.
Le Ruche ( — ). Incidental music,

1697. 232.
Le Tellier (Francois IMichel), Mar-

qztis de Louvois. Songs on him,

1666-1688. 532 (no. 194), 533 (no.

247), 535 (no. 314, etc.), 536, 537

(no. 87).
LeTessieu (Charles). Madrigal. 166.
Lecce (Francesco). Duct. Autogr. (?).

66.

Operatic aria. 284.

Leclair (Jean Marie) ? Catch altered
from a composition by him. 32.

Leeves [Rev. William), rector of Wring-
ton, CO. Som. Song. Autogr. 627.

Leighton [Sir William). Canon. 7.

Lemoine (Loise). v. Puget.

Lenclos (Anne ditc Ninon dc). Song
on her, 1666. 532.

Leng (George). Transcribed, in 1887,
Add. 34279b, ff . 68-88. 429.

Lentall (— ). Songs. 483-4.

Lenton (John). Ode. 211.

Incidental music. 232, 239.

Trio. 650.

Leo (Francesco). Transcribed, in 1730,

Add. 14229, f. 87. 514.
Leo (Leonardo). Duet. 78.

Operas, etc. 266, 269-272 (2), 275,

283, 284, 287, 293, 326, 334, 337 (2),
341, 842, 349.

. Solfeggi. 461, 462.

Songs. 512, 526, 558, 564, 581,



590.

Leon, in Spain. Reference
church-bells. 55.



to the



Leoni (Leone). Madrigals. 168, 172.
Leopold, son of the Emperor Charles

VI. V. Germany.
Leroy (Jacques). ]\Iadrigal. 177.
"Les consolations des miserbs de

MA vie," by J. J. Rousseau. Airs

afterwards introduced in that work.

569.
Lescornet (Pierre). Madrigal. 176.
Leveridge (Richard). Duet. 83.

Opera, etc. 233 (pasticcio), 249,

308.

LiBERATi (Antimo) ? Songs. 485.
Limerick. Catch on the surrender of

[1691]. 29, 37.
Lind (Jenny), afterio. ivife of Otto

Goldschmidt. Song written for her,

1847. 637.
LiNDENAU (Gr— ). Owned 31435, f. 1.

384.
LiNDLEY (Robert). Canon. Autogr. 11.
LiNDLEY (William), v. Linley.
Lindner (Ernst Otto). Owned, in 19th

cent., 31900. 593.
Lindpaintner (Peter Joseph von).

Operatic fragment. Autogr. 430.
Linley (George). Operatic fragment.

424.
Linley [Miss Maria). Elegies on,

1787. 104, 106.
Linley (Thomas) \_sen.]. Madrigal.

181, 190.

Operatic airs. 310.

Song. 597.

Linley (Thomas), jun. Incidental
music. 304 (2, the first autogr.), 323.
• Ode. 222.

Account of him, 1812. 222.

Linley (William). Glees. 99, 111

(autogr.), 116 (autogr.).

IMadrigals. Autogr. 187, 188.

Operas. 410.

Owned, late 18th cent., etc., Add.

29297, and Egerton 2498. 304.

Lisbon, in Portugal. Operas written
for the Court Theatre, 1751-1757.
285-6.

Lisle (Sir George). Allusion to his
death (1648), in duct. 57.

Liszt (Ferencz). Overture to cantata.
Autogr. 24.

Livius (Barham). Owned, in 1822,
Add. 31771. 400.

LivoRNO, in Italy. Llaestro di cap-
pella of the cathedral. Ferrari (Gio-
vanni), 1628. 162.

LOBCOCK ( — ). Catch on him, about
1762 (?). 30.

Lobe (Johann Christian). Transcribed,
about 1818, Add. 82411. 51, 204-6 (3),
406.

Locatello (Giovanni Battista). INIad-
rigal. 173.

Lochenburgo. v. Lokkenburg.

Lock (Matthew). Canons. Autogr. 2.



NAMES AND SUBJECTS.



943



Lock (Matthew) {coiitiimed). Ducts.
57 (2).

Ode. 210.

IMasque, etc. 227 (autogr.), 229

(2, the first an arrangement).

Part-songs. 453.

Songs. 484, 493 (partly autogr.),



501.



Trios. 653-5 (3).



LoDER (Andrew), organist of Ashhournc.

Letter, 1884. G27.
LoDEB (Edward James). Operas. 404,

422, 428 (2), 424.
Lodge-Ellerton (John). Autograph

compositions, sc. Canon. 10 ; — Duets.

95-6 ; - Glees. 117;— Songs. 627;—

Trio. 658.

Bookplate of arms, 19th cent.

66, 348, 850.

LOPPT (Capel). Words of sonnet.

Autogr. 625.
LoGROSCiNO (Nicolo). Operatic arias.

289, 328, 349.
LoKKENBURG (Johann). Madrigal. 159.
LoNATi (Carlo Ambrosio). Duet. 59.

Song. 496.

London. Street cries, 17th and 18th
cent. 32, 34, 36, 40, 45 (nos. 21, 30),
138, 149, 154.

Song for the Gentlemen-Volun-
teers, 1745. 642.

Catch composed during the Riot,



1780. 31.

Song on the inundation of 1791 ('?).



643.

St. George's, Bloomsbury. Or-
ganists. Cooke (Matthew), 1812. 183.

Vauxhall Gardens. Music com-



posed for. V. Cantatas. 17, 20 ; —
Catches. 34 ; — Choruses. 50 ; — Duets.
92, 93, 96 ;— Glees. 114, 118 ;— Sep-
tets. 460;— Songs. 573,578,604,605,
614, 620, 633.

Westminster Abbey. Songs on



the tombs there, about 1789. 575.
Long (Samuel). Catch (?). 31.

Glees. 99, 108.

LoKENZANi (Paolo). Sougs. 491, 496.
Lorenzo da Firenze. Madrigals.

121, 122.
LoTTi (Antonio). Duets (chiefly " Mad-

rigali "). 70, 73, 78, 80, 83, 90-1.

Madrigals. 174, 176, 182 (2),

192 (2).

Opera. 258.

Songs. 526, 558, 584, 593.

Trios. 657, 659.



Louis XIII. -XVI. v. France.
Louis (Jean). Madrigal. 161.
Louvois, Marquis dc. v. Lc Tellier

(Francois Michel).
Lowe (Edward). Duet adapted by.

55.

Songs. Autogr. 478.

Loys (Jan), v. Louis (Jean).



LoYSET. V. Picton.

LuBOMiRSKA, Princess, v. Rzrewuska

(Rosalie de).
Lucas {Sir Charles). Allusion to his

death (1648). 57.
LucATELLO. V. Locatcllo.
LuccHESi (Andrea?). Duet. 84.

Operatic aria. 327.

LuccHESiNO, II. V. Tomeoni.
Lucio (Francesco), v. Luzzo.
LuDOVici (Carlo). Operatic arias. 234.
LuLLY (Jean Baptiste). Ballets. 228.

Operas, etc. 229 (arrangements),

237, 239, 253-7, 263, 267, 273-5,
277 (King's 332, f . 86 ; 333, f. 16 ;
337, ff. 96b, 125, 183), 291, 334, 344,
532 (no. 159).

Songs. 483-4 (2), 498, 532.

Song on him, 1672-3. 583.



LuLLY (Jean Baptiste), jnn. Operatic

airs. 254, 256, 264.
LuLLY (Louis). Operatic airs. 254,

256, 264.

Songs on him and his " Herculc,"

1693, 1696. 521, 557.

LuMEEY (John), Baron Lumley (d.
1609). Owned Royal Appendix
36-40 (p. 129), 52-62 (p. 135).

LuNN [Rev. John Robert). Owned, in
19th cent., 35847. 221.

LuPACCHiNO (Bernardo). Madrigals.
142.

Lupo (Giovanni). Madrigal. 135.

Lute. Specimens of accompaniments,
early 17th cent., etc. 53, 150, 192,
225, 466 (8), 467 (2), 472, 476-8, 506.

Use of, in orchestra, about 1699,

etc. 233, 234, 242, 279, 882.

Luther [Mrs. —). Owned, 18th-19th
cent., 31764. 607.

Luxembourg, Due de. v. Mont-
morency (Francjoiii Henri de).

LuzzASCHi (Luzzasco). Madrigal. 173.

Luzzo (Francesco). Song". 482.

Lyceum Theatbe, London. Operas
written for it, 1st half of 19th cent.,
Add. 33799-819. 404, 410, 419, 422-
424.

Macdonald ( — ). Rant, 18th cent.

207.
SIacdonald {Miss Flora). Reel. 208.
Macparren {Sir George Alexander).

Incidental music. 422.
Mackintosh, Lady. Reel, 18th cent.

208.
Macque (Jean de). Madrigals. 180,

167, 187.
" Madriali." t;. under Madrigals. 120.
Maggots, sc. Dance-tunes, 18th cent.

199 (no. 42), 200 (nos. 141, 145, 156,

183), 201 (no. 257).
Magini (Francesco). Songs. 507-8.
Magistris {— de). Transcribed (?),

14225, f. 61. 510.



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INDEX II.



Maida, in Calabria. Cantata com-
posed on the victory there, in 1806.
21.

Maidwell (Lewis '?), " a school-master."
Ode performed at his house, in 1689.
220.

Maiee ( — ), minor. Transcribed, in
18th cent., 31667, ff. 18-61b. 801.

Mailly (Louise Julie de), Comtesse,
Mistress of Louis XV. Songs on
her, 1737-1742. 275 (nos. 27, 29),
553 (nos. 250, 254), 555 (nos. 350-353).

Maintenon, Marquise de. v. Aubigne
(Fran(,'oise d').

Mainzer (Joseph), Abt. Cantata. 23.

Majo (Giovanni Francesco di). Oper-
atic arias. 294, 298, 299, 305, 385,
443.

Song. 581.

Majorano (Gaetano), dctto Caft'arelli.

Song. 583.
Malchaik (John B— ). Trio. 658.
Malibran (Maria Felicita), the singer.

Tyrolieune written for her. 629.
Manchicouet (Pierre). INIadrigals. 160,

161.
Mancini (Francesco). Operatic airs.

248, 308.

Songs. 489, 506, 509, 511-12 (2),

524, 526, 560, 561, 564, 584-5 (3).

Mancinus (Thomas), sen. Canon,

1606. 2.
Mandola. v. Cither.
Mandoline. Use of, in orchestra, mid.

18th cent. 290, 297.
Mandora accompaniment, 18th-19th

cent. 604.
Manelli ? (Carlo), dctto del Violino.

Songs. 490-1, 494, 495.
LIanenti (Giovanni Pictro). Madrigal.

173.
Manna (Genuaro). Operatic numbers.

272, 276, 294, 327.

Song in his honour, 1762. 568.

Manna (Giuseppe), of Borne. Opera

transcribed for him, late 18th cent.

361.
Manza (Luigi). Songs. 490.
Map (Walter). Reference to poem in

late 13th cent, hand by him. 25.
Mapleson (Alfred). Owned, in 19th

cent., 30979 (p. 436), 30980 (p. 445),

34231-6 (pp. 449, 450).
Mapleson ('? J — H — ). Transcribed,

in 1832-7, Add. 29325-6 (p. 425),

29331-2 (p. 429), 83815 (p. 419).
Mapleson (James Henry). Owned, in

19th cent., 33363-4 (p. 448), 38366-7

(p. 450).
Mak, Countess of. v. Erskine {Lady

Frances).
Mara (Gertrud Elisabeth). Choruses

in her honour, 1771, 1831. 50.

Reference to her debut as a singer,

1771. 301.



Marais (Marin). Operatic airs. 256,
273.

Song. 521.

■ Reference to his "Hercule," 1693.

521.
Marazzoli (Mario). Operatic aria.

234.
Marcello (Benedetto). Duets. 66,

73, 76, 79, 82, 88 (2).

Madrigal. 192,



— Quartets. 458.

— Songs. 510-12 (3), 526, 528, 560,
561, 586, 587, 642.

Trios. 654 (2).



Marches. Melodies (18th cent.). 200

(nos. 95, 153, 157), 203 (Egerton 2513,

f. 40b), 205, 206-7, 209.
Marchesi (Agostino), of Bologna.

Owned, in 19th cent., 34299-300.

438.
Marchesi (Luigi?). Additions to oper-
atic arias. 385.
Marchitti (Giuseppe). Operatic arias.

287.
Marella (Giovanni Battista). Catches.

82, 40.
Marenzio (Luca). Madrigals. 131,

136, 140-3 (4), 151, 152, 158, 155,

159, 165, 166, 167, 172 (2), 173-82 (8),

183-6, 190.
Maria Antonia Walpukgis, Princess

of Bavaria, v. Saxony, Electors of.

Friedrich August II.
Maria Pawlov?na, Grand-dtichess. v.

Russia.
Marie Antoinette, v. France.
Marina (Giovanni Battista). Madrigals

dedicated to him in 1564. 159.
Marinelli (Gaetano). Owned, 18th-

19th cent., 16020. 358.
Marini (Biagio ?), Cavalliere. Song.

568.
Mario (Giuseppe), Marchese (?) di



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