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Webbe." f. 47b. i " Webbe." f. 98b.

2. "There behold the mighty bowl " : |



Additional 31805, ff. 91-202b j?assim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Glees
(1775-1822).

Compositions for 2 voices, in score. No. 4 has a bass for
harpsichord ; the others are unaccompanied.



1. " Surely that's the Charming Maid ":
canzonet. " S. Webbe." f!. 91, 199.

2. "Oh hope, thou soother sweet."
By the same. f. 137b.

3. "When Bibo thought fit " : two-part
song. "Travers." The words by



Matthew Prior, f. 175.

4. "Those gaudy trinkets." "Dr.
Arne." f. 200.

5. "Alas 1 that e'er I knew this Hour."
"S. Webbe." f . 202b.



Additional 31806, ff. 33b, 95.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Catches (above, p. 31).
CoMPOSiTiQXS for 2 voices, without accompaniment, in score.

1. "There behold the Mighty Bowl " : . 2. " When Bibo thought fit." " [J.(?)]
canzonet. By S. Webbe. f. 33b. ' Travers." f. 95.



86 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

1 Additional 31817, ff. lb, 10b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas.

Two Duets, with figured bass, in score, in the hand of R. J. S.
Stevens.



1. "Soldi pianto " (Eraclito e Demo-
crito). " Pietro Tor[r]i." ff . lb-5.

2. " Dite, O cieli"; transcribed from
Dr. Philip Hayes's MS., where it



appears to be attributed to " Jacomo
Carissimi." More probably by L.
Rossi (see Harley MS. 1501, f. 69,
above, p. 56). f . 10b.



Additional 32181, fF. 23-26b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas (1796).

" Lb ninpe al Mare " : short Italian cantata for 2 voices and chorus,
with harpsichord accompaniment, in score, by Franz Xaver Siissmayr.
Autograph. Begins " Alia sorgente."

Additional 32584, ff. 103-107,

Paper; late 18th cent. Folio. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 76).

" Time has not thin'd my flowing hair " : Duet, with a bass, in
score, by William Jackson, of Exeter. Autograph. To the original
composition, which is no. 1 of the first set of Tivelve Canzonets for two
voices, published about 1770, the composer has here added a chorus to
the same words, with accompaniments for 2 violins, viola, violoncello,
etc.

Additional 34074-34075, ff. 8b-10.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Quarto. See also below, under Songs.
English Duets, mostly anonymous, in parts.



1. " Go, false Damon, go." f. 8b.

2. "When first I saw thee graceful
move " ; for 1st and 2ud treble,
with two additional flute parts, f . 9.

3. "When Phoebus the tops of the



hills does adorn " ; for 2 trebles.
"Handell." f . 9b.
i. "Bacchus, Jove's delightful Boy";
for 2 trebles. From Anacreon. f. 10.



Additional 35276, passim.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

" Scots Songs " ; with symphonies and accompaniments for violin
and pianoforte, in score, by [Ignaz] Pleyel. Almost entirely autograph.
For the violoncello parts, see Add. 35278, ff. l-3b passim (below). The
following are for 2 voices ; —



1. " What beauties does Flora disclose."
f.3b.

2. "My Patie is a lover gay." f. 9b.



3. "Ah, Cloris, could I now but sit."
f. 12b.

4. "Farewell, thou fair day." f. 15b.



DUETS.



87



5. "Shepherds,! have lost my love."
f. 18b.

6. "Your wel Come to Paxton," beg.
"Oh, had I a cave." f . 22b.



7. "The lawland lads." f. 25b.

8. "The yellow hair'd Laddie," beg.
"In April, when primroses." f. 29b.

9. " There's Auld Rob Morris." f. 32b.



Additional 35277, ff. 5b-33 passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

" Scottish Songs " ; with symphonies and accompaniments for
pianoforte, in score, and additional vioUn and violoncello parts (see
Add. 35278, fF. 4-26, below). Composed by [Leopold] Kozeluch for
George Thomson [of Edinburgh]. Autograph. The following are for
2 voices : —



1. "Here's a health to ane I lo'e dear."
f.5b.

2. " The lazy mist." f . 6b.

3. "The day returns." f.8.

4. "Come, let me take thee to my
breast." f. 11.

5. "Katherine Ogie," beg. "Ye banks



and braes and streams." f. 13.

6. " Ye banks and braes o' bonie Doon."
f. 15b.

7. " Logie o' Buchan." f. 16b.

8. "Thou art gane awa." f. 17.

9. " Adieu, ye streams." f . 22b.

10. Without title, f. 33.



Additional 35278, ff. l-50b passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent., etc. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Duets, with pianoforte accompaniment, in score, and separate
violin and violoncello parts, by [Leopold] Kozeluch (except Nos. 1-9).
Autograph.



1-9. The violoncello part of the Scottish
airs in Add. 35276, ff. 3b-32b passim
.(above). " Pleyel." S..l-d\) passim.

10-19. The yiolin part and two copies
of the violoncello part of the Scottish
airs in Add. 35277, ff. 5b-33 passim
(above). "Kozeluch." ff . 4-26^assm.

20-24. Irish melodies, with symphonies,
etc., "composed for George Thomson
in 1809," viz. -.—"When cups are full"
(ff.29b, 35, 37); "Planxty Kelly"
(ff.30, 35, 37); "Killeavy" (ff.33,
36, 38); "The brown maid" (ff. 33b,



36, 38); and "The Pox's sleep"
(ff. 34, 36, 38).
25-27. Welsh airs, received by G.
T[homson], 3 June, 1809, viz. :— " [Yr]
heu Sibyl," beg. "Away, let nought
to loue displeasing my Winifreda
moue " (ff. 41b, 58, 63) ; "The length
of the pipe," beg. "0 where dost
thou bide" (ff.47, 59b, 64b); and
"The lamentation of Cambria," beg.
"Ye banks of Dark Conway " (ff. 50b,
60b, 65b).



Additional 35279, ff. 2b, 9b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Folio. The MS. also contains Songs (described below)
and Trios for pianoforte and strings (in vol. iii).

Violin and violoncello parts, to the Scottish air in Add. 35277,
f. 33 (see above), composed by Kozeluch, for George Thomson, of
Edinburgh.



88 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 14157, ff. 73-79.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas
(18th cent.).

" SoNNO Amico": madrigal for 2 sopranos, with a figured bass for
harpsichord, in score, by Nicolo Jommelli. Said to be in the hand of



[Gasparo] Selvaggi [1763-1847].



Additional 17829, ff. 73-76 ; 17830, ff. 54, 56b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto and oblong quarto. These MSS. also contain
a sacred Trio (vol. i, p. 464) and fragments of Operas, Songs, and instrumental
music, described below and in vol. iii.

Sketches of Duets, with pianoforte accompaniment, in score-. [By
Domenico Dragonetti.]

17829. Vol. L

1. "Di tante sue procelle." f. 73.

2. " Vieni, vieni, vieni ; t' appella, caro,
il mio cor." f . 74.

17830. Vol. II.

1. An imperfect sketch of "Vieni,
vien " (see above), f . 64.



3. "Amor pietoso " ; possibly a con-
tinuation of the preceding, f . 75.



2. "A ninhuma outra pastora"; with
a bass, f . 56b.



Additional 30951, f. 191b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also below, under Operas.

"A BEGGAR saw three boys at play"; with a bass for harpsichord
or pianoforte, by Charles Dibdin. Autograjih. From The Musical
Jfewtor [1805?], p. 16.

Additional 30952, f. 74b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also below, under Operas.

" Which is the sweetest time of day " ; with a bass for harpsichord
or pianoforte, in score, by Charles Dibdin. AiUograph. From The
Musical Mentor, p. 92.

Additional 30953, ff. 112b, 183.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also below, under Operas.

Two Duets, with a bass for pianoforte, in score, by Charles Dibdin.
Autograph.

1. "Welcome, welcome, dearest friend" 2. " What, brother Ned." f. 183.
(from Tlic Musical Mentor), f. 112b.



DUETS. 89

Additional 30954, ff. 96b, 205b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also below, under Operas.

Two short Duets, with a bass for pianoforte, in score. From Tlie
Musical Mentor, pp. 12, 48, by Charles Dibdin. Autograph.



1. " The sun has made his daily span."
f . 96b.



2. "Sweet home, sweet pleasure,
f . 205b.



Additional 31731.

Paper; ff. 23. 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to R. Gordon (of
Naples ?).

Two DUETTINOS for 2 treble voices, with instrumental symphonies
and accompaniments, in score, by Giovanni Paisiello.



1. " Ah, voi dite, erbose sponde " ; with
horns and violins, f . 2.



2. " Selua romita " ; with clarinets,
horns, etc. f. 14.



Additional 31733.

Paper ; ff . 62. 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio.

" Oreste " : Italian cantata for 2 voices (Elettra and Oreste), with
symphonies and accompaniments for 2 violins and a violoncello, in
score, by Nicolo Zingarelli. Begins " Vengo a te."

Additional 31734, ff. 1-20.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas.

" Alceste " : Italian cantata for 2 voices (Alceste and Ammeto),
with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Nicolo Zingarelli. Apparently
in the hand of Giuseppe Cecchi.

Additional 31760, ff. 27-30.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo. See also below, under Songs.

" Ti LASCio, Irene ; addio " : duettino, with guitar accompaniment,
in score. [By G. Fortunato.]

Additional 31816.

Paper ; ff . 139. 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio.

Duets, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, Ijy Steffani,
transcribed by R. J. S. Stevens from MSS. in the possession of
Dr. Bever, William Savage, [? J. P.] Street, and others. Nos. 8-12, 18,
21-23, 25-27, 29, and 31, are described as Cantatas.

1. " Palesar vu6 la mia doglia." f. lb. | 5. "Tempeste serene." f. 7.

2. " Combatton quest' alma." f. 3b. 6. " Mi struggo." f . 8.

3. " Cor vagante." f. 5. 7. " Lilla mia." f . 9.

4. " Speranze nel mio core." f. 6. ! 8. " Inquieto mio cor." f. 10b.



90



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



9. "Gelosia, che vuoi " ; the words by
D'Ariberti. f. 14.

10. "Questo fior"; the words by
[Carlo Alessandro ?] Guidi. f . 19.

11. " Quando maiverra"; the words by
the same, f . 23b.

12. " Non so chi mi piago " ; the words
by [?Pietro d'] Averara. f . 29.

13. A duet, without words, f. 34.

14. " Quanto care al cor." f. 37b.

15. " Rav[v]editi, mio core." f. 43.

16. " Che volete, O crude pene." f. 49,

17. " Pria oh' io faccia." f. 52b.

18. " Ribellatevi, O pensieri." f. 56b.

19. "E perchi (sic) non m' uccidete."



f. 61b.



20. " Forma un mare." f. 67b.

21. "Vorrei dire." f. 73b.

22. "Saldi marmi." f. 78b.

23. " Mi voglio far intendere." f. 87b.

24. " E cosi mi compatite." f. 93b.

25. "Tuferisci." f. 98.

26. " Tu m' aspettasti." f.

27. "Begl' occhi, oh Dio."

28. "M' hai da piangere."

29. "lomiparto." f. 121.

30. " Troppo e cruda." f. 125b.

31. " Navicella, che ten vai." f. 130b.

32. " Pene, che volete." f. 133b.

33. "Non mi lusingar." f . 135b.

34. " Fermatevi, foUi pensieri." f. 137.



104.
f. 108b.
f.118.



Additional 32237, f. 70.



Paper; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas
(1797-1828).

" Could a man be secure " : the melody of the first four bars. [By
S. Goodwin ?] In the hand of J. N, Hummel.



Additional 34202, ff. 44, 83.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo. See also below, under Songs.

Two Italian ariettas for 2 treble voices, with guitar accompaniment,
in score.



1. " Supra lu scogghiu di mustazzola " ;
in the Sicilian dialect. Anonymous,
fi. 44-46.



2. " Ti lascio, Irene." By G. Fortunate.

a. 83-84.



Additional 34295, ff. 16-26b.

Paper ; beginning of 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under
Operas (1802).

" VI. DuETTlNi No[t]turni " ; with a bass for harpsichord or
pianoforte, in score, by Johann Gottlieb Naumann.



1. " Un guardo sol." f . 16b.

2. <' Piu bella Aurora." f. 17b.

3. "In questa querela annosa." f. 18b.

4. " Quando turba al ciel sereno."



f . 20b.

5. " Sotto quel faggio ombroso." f. 23.

6. "Ah, chi di verdi fronde" (sic).
f . 24b.



Additional 14178, fi". l-84b.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong quarto. See also below, under Madrigals.

Duets, with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Antonio Lotti. In
the hand of G. Sigismondo. Described as " XII. Madris^ali a 2. Voci."



1. " Tirsi, che fa il tuo core." f. lb.

2. " No che lungi da quel volto." f. 8.



3. " Due cori a me fan guerra." f. 15.

4. " Al cor di donna amante." f. 25.



DUETS. 91

5. " Ben dovrei, occW leggiadri." f. 31. 9. " Speranze mie." f. 62.



6. "Amor, se pur ti duol." f. 38.

7. " Se con stille frequenti." f . 46b.

8. " V ho detto tante volte." f. 56.



10. "Niso, non posso pin." f. 68.

11. " Vol, che cercate amore." f. 74.

12. " Poss' io morir." f. 80.



Additional 32044, ff. 26, 51.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Octavo and oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Two DUETS for tenor and bass, with pianoforte accompaniment, in
parts, by W. [F. E.] Bach. Autograph.

comic duet, beg. " Sie lebt"; with
a separate part for " Der Abrufende,"
sc. a street-crier (?). f. 51.



1. " Die Rube des Lebens," beg.
"Schon, schon ist diese Welt."
f . 26.

2. " Der Dichter und der Komponist " :



Additional 33310, ff. 95, 110.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

1. "0 COME volano i bei momeuti " ; j strings and bassoon in score. By
with pianoforte accompaniment, in ; John Fane, Lord Burghersh. Atdo-
score. Probably by the same com- i graph. The words are from Metas-
poser as no. 2. ff. 95-96. tasio's " Adriano." f. 110.

2. " Se non ti moro allato"; with

Additional 34054, ff. 11-14.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. Presented to the Rev. Edw. Goddard
by the Abbate F. Santini. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 295).



"



Scherzo. . . .fatto ai Cappuccini di Pozzuoli," beg. " Veneraliilis
barba inculta Cappucinorum " ; for 2 voices, without accompaniment,
in score, by Pergolesi.

Additional 36747, f. 46.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

" La Cachucha Espaiiola " ; with pianoforte accompaniment, in
score. Anonymous. Begins ''■ Tengo yo una cachuchita."

Additional 31515, ff. 93-123.

Paper ; about 1800. Oblong folio. Nos. 1-9 were presented to Dr. Crotch by
[James] Bartleman in 1800 ; no. 10 (f. 121b) was copied by Crotch from
'* Mr. Malchair's set," from which the other numbers were also corrected. See
also below, under Operas (18th cent.).

Ten out of the set of twelve " Duetti da Camera per Soprano e
Contralto con Cembalo obbligato," contained in Add. 31552 (above,
p. 82) ; in score, by Francesco Durante. The initial words are given
in the Index.



92 VOCAL MUSIC— SECITLAR.

Additional 33240, f. 24b.

Paper ; about 1800 (see f. 24). Quarto. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 98).

"The Macedon youth left behind him this truth " : beginning of
a Duet for alto and tenor^ with a bass (?), iu the hand of Samuel
Wesley, and probably his own composition. Possibly the bottom line
was intended for the 3rd voice in a trio.

Additional 28971, fF. 60, 168, 208, 220.
Paper ; a.d. 1800-1803. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Duets for soprano and tenor, with symphonies and accompaniments
for flutes, horns, and strings and other instruments mentioned below,
written by James Hook to be sung at Vauxhall by [Charles] Dignum
with Mrs. Cooke (no. 1) or Miss Daniels (nos. 2-4).

1. "Your charms, my dear Molly": ' 3. "Come, come, my dear girl."
dialogue, 1800; with trumpets, bas- : "1803." ff. 208-211.

soous, drums, cic. ff. 60-G7b. j 4. " A tight young lad." "1803."

2. "My sweet little girl." "1802." ; ff. 220-223.
ff. 168-171. i

Additional 31754, f. 140.

Paper; about 1801 (watermark). See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 70).

Elegy, beginning " Here resignation pensive sad " ; for 2 voices,
with a figured bass, by C[harles] W[esley]. Autograph.

Additional 35272, ff. \-2\h passim.

Paper ; about 1803, etc. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Scotch airs arranged as Duets, with .symphonies and accompani-
ments for violin, violoncello, and pianoforte, in score, by [Franz
Joseph] Haydn. Nos. 1-5 are in the hand of his amanuensis, J.
Radnitzky ; the others are in a different hand, and consist of
additional symphonies written by the composer at the request of
George Thomson, of Edinburgh, who published most of the present
collection (nos. 6 afld 7 in 1803). No. 6 is partly autograph.

1. " Wae's my heart." f. 1. ! " Gin ye meet " (see Add. 35273, f. 46,

2. " Down the burn, Davie." f. 2b. below), f. 21.



3. " The broom of Cowdcnknows," beg.
" How blythe ilk morn." f. 3b.

4. "The ewie wi' the crooked horn,"
beg. " were I able." f . 6.

5. "Ay waking 0!" f. 6b.

6. "Fy, gar rub her o'er wi' strae " or



7. ["There's auld Rob Morrice."] (See
Add. 35273, f. 64.) f. 21b.

8. ["Peggy I must love thee."] (See
Add. 35273, f. 89b.) f. 21b.

9. ["The death of the linnet," beg.
"But lately seen."] (See Add. 35273,
f. 91b.) f. 21b.



DUETS. 93

Additional 35273, flf. 30b-91b passim.

Paper ; about 1803. Oblong octavo. See also below, under Songs.
Scotch airs : a similar collection, by the same, in the hand of his



amanuensis.



nos. 10, 11, see Add. 35272, f . 21b
(above), f. 64.
7. "Will you go to the ewe bughts."



1. "Here awa, there awa." f. 30b.

2. "Oran Gaoil," beg. "Behold, the
hour." f. 42.

3. " Cauld kail in Aberdeen." f . 49b. j Published in 1803. f . 67b.

4. "The Sutor's daughter," beg. " Wilt ' 8. " My Nanie 0." f. 82.
thou be my dear." f. 50b.

5. "Robin Adair," beg. "0 had I a
cave." f. 55.

6. "There's auld Rob Morrice." For
autograph corrections in this and in



9. " Polwarth on the green," beg.
" Hail, beauteous stranger." f. 88.

10. " Peggy, I must love thee." f. 89b.

11. " But lately seen." f. 91b.



Additional 27640, if. 43-62.

Paper ; a.d. 1804. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs (1786-1815).

" Far from the world " ; with symphonies and accompaniments for
horns, oboes, and .strings, in score, by Dr. [John Wall] Callcott,
written for [Samuel] Harrison and [James] Bartleman in 1804.
Autograph. Two copies, the first unfinished.

Additional 34007, f. 77.

Paper ; a.d. 1804. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

" Pretty maiden, will you wed " : Duet, with accompaniments for
flutes, violins, horns, tenor, bassoons, and bass, in score, by James
Hook, sung by [Charles] Dignum and Mrs. Bland at Vauxhall in
1804.

Additional 35274, passim.

Paper; a.d. 1804 (see f. 1). Oblong octavo. See also below, under Songs.

" Welsh Airs," with one exception (no. 1, which is Scottish), with
pianoforte accompaniments, in score, by Haydn, in the hand of J.
Radnitzky. At the beginning is written in the composer's hand, "Har-
monized by Dr. Haydn, 1804." Most of them were published by George
Thomson, of Edinburgh. For the additional violin and violoncello
parts, see Add. 35275, flf. l-26b passim (below).



1. [" What ails this heart."] f. 1.

2. " The flowers of Loudon." f. 3b.

3. "The whirling of the spinning
wheel." f. 4.

4. " The door-clapper." f. 5.



7. "Winifreda." f. 18.

8. " The rising sun." f. 20.

9. "Ar hyd y nos" — " The live-long
night." f.23.

10. " The lamentation of Britain " ;



5. "The [note of the] black cock." ; with additional violin and violoncello



f.6b.
6. " The crystal ground." f. 16.



parts, ff. 2.3b, 43b.
11. " Venture, Gwen." f. 27b.



94 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

12. "Of noble race was Shenkin." wood." f. 39b.

f.30b. IG. " Adieu to Llangollen." Published

13. " Come to battle." f . 32b. to the words, "No, Henry; I must

14. " The lambs' fold." f . 38b. not." f. 41.

15. " The Song of the old man of the

Additional 35275, fF. l-26b passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1804. Oblong octavo. See also below, under Songs.

Violin and violoncello parts to the duets by Haydn in the pre-
ceding volume.

Additional 32313.

Paper ; ff. 45. a.d. 1806 (?— see f. 1). Oblong quarto.

" DuETTi " ; with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Francesco
Durante, apparently transcribed at Naples in 1806. Nos. 8, 9, and 11
are usually ascribed to A. Scarlatti.

1. " Dormono r aure." f . lb. i 6. " Deh, mio ben." f. 25.

2. "Fiero, acerbo destin." f . 7. 7. " Dunque, mio core, all' armi." f. 29.

3. "Dolce piange romito usignolo." i 8. " E pur vuole il Cielo." f. 32.



f. 13b.

4. "Or mentre io dormo." f. 17b.

5. " Cosi pietade in van ricerca." f. 21b.



9. " In si duro martire." f. 36b.

10. "Oh penosa loutananza." f. 40.

11. " Questo silenzio ombroso." f. 44b.



Additional 31713, ff. 2, 12b, 32.

Paper; about 1807 (watermark), etc. Oblong folio. See also below, under
Songs.

Duets, with pianoforte or harpsichord accompaniment, in score.



1. " Saper vorreisem' ami." " Haydn."
f.2.

2. " Duettino Siciliano," beg. "O bi-
anca lucidissima luna." Anonymous.



f. 12b.
3. " Cantata" (Eloisaed Abelardo), beg.
" Se in queste spiaggie amene."
" [Ferdinaudo] Per " {sc. Paer). f. 32.



Additional 35003, £. 59.

Paper ; a.d. 1809. Oblong folio. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 349).

" See, the young, the rosy Spring " ; with pianoforte accompani-
ment, by Samuel Wesley, 1809. Copied apparently by Vincent
Novello, to whom the MS. belonged in 1843.

Additional 19648, ff. 20, 44.

Paper ; about 1810. Quarto. See also below, under Glees.



Two DUETS.

1. "Sweet minstrel of the pensive
Grove " ; with pianoforte accompani-
ment, in score. " D. Bruguier."
Autograph (>). f . 20.



2. The flute and horn parts of a duet,
" Fabio (?) and Lorenza." Anony-
mous. (In the same hand ?) f . 44.



DUETS. 95

Additional 32151, ff. 1-1 6b.

Paper; about 1812 (watermark). Oblong folio. See also below, under Operas.

Four duets, with pianoforte accompaniment, in score. Nos. 1, 2
and 4 are by Bonif azio Asioli, of Correggio, and no. 3 by Luigi Asioli, of
the same place.

1. " Bella Nice " ; in dialogue, f. 1. 3. " Se amor fa il nido." f. 11.

2. "Veh, come i lampi strisciano."
f.6b.



4. "Del mare all' onda." f. 13b.



Additional 14342, f. 71.

Paper ; about 1813. Oblong folio. See also under Masses (vol. i, p. 234).

"Why should we shrink from life's decline": described as
" Harvest Cantata," for treble and tenor, with accompaniments for
horns, flutes, oboes, bassoons, and strings, in score ; composed for
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan by Samuel Wesley, 1813.

Additional 36005, ff. 22, 11 9-1 23b.

Paper ; a.d. 1813, etc. Quarto. See also below, under Songs (1783-1787).

Compositions for 2 voices, with accompaniments, in score, in the
hand of Samuel Wesley.

1. " Why, why should we shrink from
Life's Decline " ; with horns, flutes,
oboes, bassoons, and strings.
" S[amuel] Wesley . . . 1813 " (see
Add. 14342, above), f. 22.



2-4. Concluding portions of three
Italian duets with pianoforte accom-
paniments. Anonymous. About
1823 (watermark), ff. 119, 121, 123.



Additional 35038, f. 46.

Paper; about 1818. Quarto. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 100).

" At Charlotte's Tomb " : short ode for 2 voices with pianoforte
accompaniment, in score, on Queen Charlotte (d. 1818), by Charles
Wesley, " organist in ordinary to His Majesty."

Additional 24308, f . 1 1 .

Paper; about 1822 (watermark). Oblong quarto. See also below, under
Songs (1821).

" Trova un sol mia bella Clori " ; for soprano and contralto, with
pianoforte accompaniment, in score, by Michael Kelly.

Additional 34803, ff. 8-55 passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1822-1823. Quarto. See also below, under Songs.

Italian Duets with pianoforte accompaniment, by John Lodge
Ellerton. Autograph.

1. "Cantata" (Daliso and Silvia), beg. by Zappi. f . 8.

"Vorrei un zeffiretto." The words 2. " Oh cara selve " (sic), f. 16.



96 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

3. " Mentre dormi amor." f. 31. j 7. " Quel labro adorata" (sic), f . 40.

4. " Pensa che sei crudel." f . 37. ' 8. " Daltuogentilsembiante." " Dedi

5. " Non so f renare il pianto." f. 38. cated to the Miss Lushingtons." f. 55.

6. " lo ti lascio, e questo addio." f. 39.



Additional 32586, &. 10, 38.

Paper : a.d. 1824, etc. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs (1823-1826).

Two Duets, with pianofoi'te accompaniment, in score, by John
Barnett. Autograph.

1. "As it fell upon a day"; altered David Barber." f. 11.

into "Follow to the elfin Bow'rs," i 2. " The Maid and the Minstrel," beg.
1824. Dedicated "To his friend " Awake, aged minstrel." f. 38.

Additional 32019, ff. 56, 59.

Paper ; a.d. 1825. Folio. See also below, under Songs (1814-1853).

Two Duets, with pianoforte accompaniment, by Thomas Miles.
Autogrfqjh.

1. "The Rose, of Flora's blue-arched 2. " Memory ! thou faithful shade."
hall." f.56. f.59.

Additional 36966-36968, passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1830-1833. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Duets, written or arranged by Henry R[owley] Bishop for Vaux-
hall Gardens, with symphonies and accompaniments for trumpets,
horns, clarinets, flutes (ottavino and traverse), oboes, bassoons, and
strings, and occasionally also for bass-drum, cymbals, triangle, kettle-
drums and bell. Generally in two separate scores. Autograph.



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