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41. "So saith my faire " (Dice la mia
bellissima). By the same, i, f . 19 ;
ii, iv, f . 17b ; iii, f . 22 ; v, f . 14 ; vi, f . 15.

42. " For griefe I dye." " Andrea Feli-
ciane." i, f. 19b ; ii, iv, f . 18 ; iii, f. 22 ;.
V, f. 14 ; vi, f . 15b.

43. ' ' Daintie, white pearle." ' ' Antonio
Bicci." i, f. 19b; ii, iv, f. 18 ; iii,
f . 22b ; V, f . 14b ; vi, f . 15b.

44. "Hard by a cristall fountaine."
"Giovanni Croce." i, f . 20 ; ii, iv,
f. 18b ; iii, f. 22b ; v, f. 14b ; vi, f. 15b.



Nos. 45-58 are by Thomas Weelkes, 1597 and 1600.



45. " Your Beauty it allureth." i, f.20;
ii, iv, f. 18b ; iii, f. 23 ; v, f. 15.

46. "If thy deceitful lo[o]kes." i,f.20b;
ii, iv, f. 19 ; iii, f. 23 ; v, f. 15.

47. "Those sweet, delightful Lillies."
i, f.20b; ii, iv, f. 19 ; iii, f. 23b ; v,
f . 15b.

48. "Lady, your spotless feature." i,
f. 21 ; ii, iv, f. 19b ; iii, f. 23b ; v, f. 15b.



V, f. 16b.

53. "Take heere my hart." i, f . 22 ;
ii, iv, f. 20b ; iii, f. 25 ; v, f. 16b.

54. " O care, thou wilt dispatch mee " ;
in two parts, i, f. 22b ; ii, iv, f. 21 ;
iii, f. 25 ; v, f. 16b.

55. " See, where the maides are sing-
ing." i, f. 23 ; ii, f . 21b ; iii, f. 25b ;
iv, f . 21 ; V, f . 17.



49. " Make hast, yee Lovers." i, f. 21; 56. " Why are you Ladies staying " ; in



ii, iv, f . 19b ; iii, f. 24 ; v, f. 15b.

50. "What hast, faire Lady." i, f. 21b ;
ii, iv, f . 20 ; iii, f . 24 ; v, f . 16.

51. "Cold winter's ice." i, f . 22 ; ii,
f. 20b ; iii, f . 24b ; iv, f . 20 ; v, f . 16b.

52. "Now let us make a merry greet-
ing." i, f . 22 ; ii, iv, f. 20b ; iii, f. 24b ;



two parts, i, f. 23 ; ii, iv, f. 21b ; iii,
f . 26 ; V, f . 17b.

57. "Lady, the Birds." i, f. 23b ; ii,
iv, f . 22 ; iii, f . 26 ; v, f . 17b.

58. "As wanton birds." i, f. 24 ; ii,
iv, f . 22 ; iii, f. 26b ; v, f. 18.



Nos. 59-74 are by Johu Wilbye, 1598 and 1609.



59. " Dye, haplesse man." i, f. '24 ; ii,
iv, f. 22b ; iii, f . 27 ; v, f . 18.

60. "I fall, I fall ; stay me " ; in two
parts, i, f.24b; ii, iv, f.23; iii, f.27;
V, f. 18b.

61. "I alwayes beg" ; in two parts, i,
f.25; ii, iv, f.23b; iii, f. 27b; v, f.l8b.



62. " Lady, your words." i, f . 25b ; ii,
f . 24 ; iii, f. 28 ; iv, f. 23b ; v, f. 19,

63. "Alas, what a wretched Life." i,
f.25b; ii,iv, f. 24; iii, f. 28b; v, f.l9b.

64. " Unkinde, stay thy flying." i,
f. 26 ; ii, f. 24b ; iii, f. 28b ; iv, f. 24 ;
V, f . 20,



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185



65. "I soung sometimes my thoughts."
i, f.26; ii, iv, f.24b; iii, f.29; v, f.20.

66. "Flora gave me fayrest flowers."
i, f.26b; ii, iv, f . 25 ; iii, f.29; v,
f. 20b.

67. "Sweet, hony-sucking Bees"; in
two parts, i, f. 27 ; ii, f. 2&b ; iii,
f . 29b ; iv, f . 25 ; v, f . 20b.

68. " All pleasure is of this condition."
i, f.27b; ii, iv, f.26; iii, f. 30; v, f.21.

69. "Oft have I vow'd." i, f . 27b ; ii,
f. 26b ; iii, f. 30b ; iv, f. 26 ; v, f. 21.



70. "Down in a valley " ; in two parts.
i, f. 28; ii, iv, f . 26b ; iii, f . 31 ; v,
f . 21b.

71. " Weepe, weepe, mine eyes." i, f.29;
ii, f. 27b ; iii, f. 81b ; iv, f. 27 ; v, f. 22.

72. " There, where I saw." i, f.29; ii,
iv, f. 27b ; iii, f . 82 ; v, f . 22b.

73. "Yee that doe live in pleasures'
plenty." i, f . 29b ; ii, iv, f . 28 ; iii,
f . 32b ; V, f . 22b.

74. "A Silly Silvan." i, f. 30 ; ii, iv,
f. 28b ; iii, f. 32b ; v, f . 23.



Nos. 75-101 are from Miisica Transalpina, book i.



75. " From what part " (In qual parte) ;
in two parts. " Fillippo di Monte."
i, f. 30 ; ii, iv, f. 28b ; iii, f. 33 ; v, f. 23.

76. " In every place " (Ogni luogo). By
Palestrina. i, f. 30b; ii, iv, f . 29 ; iii,
f . 33b ; V, f . 23b.

77. "Thirsis to die desired" (Tirsi
morir volea) ; in three parts. "Luca
Marenzio." i, f. 31 ; ii, iv, f. 29b ; iii,
f. .34 ; V, f . 23b.

78. " Susanna faire sometime of love "
(Susann' un jour). "Orlando di
Lasso." i, f. 31b; ii, f.30; iii, f. 34b;
iv, f . 29b ; v, f . 24.

79. Another setting. "Alfonso Fera-
bosco." i, f. 31b ; ii, iv, f. 30 ; iii,
f . 84b ; V, f. 24b.

80. " When shall I cease " (Chi per voi
non). "Noo Faignient." i, f. 32;
ii, iv, f . 80b ; iii, f. 35 ; v, f. 24b.

81. "I must depart" (lo partiro).
"Luca Marenzio." i, f. 32b; ii, f. 31 ;
iii, f. 35b ; iv, f . 80b ; v, f . 25.

82. "I saw my lady weeping" (Vidi
pianger) ; in two parts. "Alfonso
Ferabosco." i, f.32b; ii, iv, f . 31 ;
iii, f. 85b ; v, f. 25.

83. " So gratious is thy sweet selfe "
(Sei tanto gratiosa). " Giovan Fer-
retti." i, f.33; ii, f . 32 ; iii, f . 36b ;
iv, f . 31b ; V, f . 25b.

84. " Cruell, unkind " (Donna crudel).
By the same, i, f. 38b ; ii, iv, f. .32 ;
iii, f. 36b ; v, f. 26.

85. "What do'th my pretie dearling "
(Che fa hogg' il mio sole). "Luca
Marenzio." i, f. 38b; ii, f . 32b ; iii,
f . 36b ; iv, f. 32 ; v, f . 26.

86. " Sleepe, sleepe, mine only Juell "
(Sonno, scendesti) ; in two parts.



" Stefano Felis." i, f. 84 ; ii, f. 32b ;
iii, f. 37; iv, f . 32 ; v, f. 26b.

87. "Sound out, my voice" (Vestiu' i
colli). "GianettoPalestina." i, f.34b;.
ii, f. 33 ; iii, f . 37b ; iv, f . 82b ; v, f. 26b.

88. "Liquid and watry pearles" (Li-
quide perle). " Luca Marenzio." i,
f.84b; ii, f . 33b ; iii, f . 38 ; iv, f.33;
v, f . 27.

89. " The Nightingale so pleasant " (Le
Rossignol). "Orlando di Lasso."
i, f. 35 ; ii, f . 33b ; iii, f . 38 ; iv, f. 33 ;
V, f. 27.

90. "Within a greenwood" (In un
boschetto). "Giovan Ferretti." i,
f. 35; ii, f.34; iii, f. 38b; iv, f. 33b;
V, f . 27b.

91. "Sometime, when hope" (Gia fu
ch'io). "RinaldodelMelle." i, f.35b;
ii, f . 34b ; iii, f. 88b ; iv, f . 34 ; v, f . 27b.

92. "Rubyes and Pearles" (Perle, ru-
bini). "Alfonso Ferabosco." i, f. 36 ;
ii, f.34b; iii, f. 89; iv, f . 34 ; v, f.27b.

93. ' ' sweet kiss ' ' (0 dolcissimo bascio) .
By the same, i, f. 36; ii, f . 35 ; iii,
f . 39b ; iv, f . 34b ; v, f . 28.

94. " Sometime my hope" (Gia fu mio
dolcespeme). By the same, i, f. 36b ;
ii, f.35b; iii, f. 89b; iv,f.84b; v,f.28.

95. "Lady, that hand" (Donna, la bella
mano). " Lelio Bertani." i, f.37;
ii, f . 85b ; iii, f . 40 ; iv, f . 85 ; v, f . 28b.

96. "My hart, alas" (Alma guidotta).
" Gironimo Conversi." i, f . 87 ; ii,
f. 36 ; iii, f. 40b ; iv, f. 35b ; v, f . 28b.

97. " Lady, if you so spight mee "
(Donna, se voi m' odiate). " Alfonso ■
Ferabosco." i, f. 37b ; ii, f. 36b; iii,
f . 41 ; iv, f . 35b ; v, f . 29.

98. "When I would thee embrace"



186



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(Quand' io voleua) . ' ' Giovan Battista
Pinello." i, f. 38; ii, f.36b; iii, f.41;
iv, f . 36 ; V, f . 29b.

99. "Thirsis enjoy'd" (Godea Tirsi).
"Alfonso Ferabosco." i, f. 38b; ii,
f . 87 ; iii, f. 42 ; iv, f. 36b ; v, f . 29b.

100. "The Nightingale so pleasant"



(Le Rossignol). By the same, i, f. 38b ;
ii,f.37b; iii, f. 42b; iv, f. 36b; v, f.30.
101. "The fairs young Virgin" (La
verginella) ; in tv70 parts. "William
Byrd." i, f . 39 ; ii, f.38; iii, f . 43 ;
iv, f . 37 ; V, f. 30b.



Nos. 102-116 are from Miisica Transaljjina, book ii, 1597.



102. "The white delightful swan."
" Horatio Vecchi." i, f.40; ii,f.38b;
iii, f. 43b ; iv, f. 38 ; v, f . 31.

103. "Zephirus brings the time." "Al-
fonso Ferabosco." i, f. 40 ; ii, f. 39 ;
iii, f. 44; iv, f. 38b ; v, f . 31b.

104. "So farre, deere Life." " Giulio
Eremita." i, f.40b; ii, f . 39b ; iii,
f.44b; iv, f . 39 ; v, f. 31b.

105. " Cinthia, thy song." "Giovanne
Croce." i, f.40b; ii, f. 39b; iii, f. 44b;
iv, f . 39 ; V, f . 32.

106. "Fly, if thou wilt." "Giulio
Eremita." i, f.41; ii, f.40; iii, f. 45;
iv, f . 39b ; v, f . 32.

107. "At sound of hir sweet voice."
"Lucretio Quintiani." i, f. 41b; ii,
f. 40b ; iii, f. 45b ; iv, f. 39b ; v, f. 32b.

108. "Browne is my love." "Alfonso
Ferabosco." i, f. 41b ; ii, f. 40b ; iii,
f . 45b ; iv, f . 40 ; v, f . 32b.

109. "The Wine that I so dearly got."
By the same, i, f. 42 ; ii, f . 41 ; iii.



f . 46 ; iv, f . 40b ; v, f . 33.

110. " Dolorous, morneful cares."
" Luca Marenzio." i, f . 42b ; ii,
f . 41b ; iii, f. 46b ; iv, f . 40b ; v, f . 33b.

111. "In flowre of Aprill." "Alfonso
Ferabosco." i, f. 43; ii, f . 41b ; iii,
f . 46b ; iv, f. 41 ; v, f . 33b.

112. "Hills and woods." "Lucretio
Quintiani." i, f. 43 ; ii, f. 42 ; iii,
f.47; iv, f.41b; v, f. 34.

113. "Lady, my flame" ; in two parts.
"Alfonso Ferabosco." i, f . 43b ; ii,
f . 42b ; iii, f . 47b ; iv, f . 41b ; v, f . 34.

114. "Sweet sparkle." " Gio. Maria
Nanino." i, f.44b; ii, f.43; iii, f. 48;
iv, f . 42 ; V, f . 34b.

115. " Now springs each plant." "Lu-
cretio Quintiani." i, f . 44b ; ii, f. 43b ;
iii, f. 48b ; iv, f. 42b ; v, f. 35.

116. "Sweet eyes." " Ste. Venturi."
i, f. 45 ; ii, f. 43b ; iii, f. 48b ; iv, f. 43 ;
v, f. 35.



Nos. 117-122 are by Thomas Weelkes, 1597.



117. "Now ev'rie tree." i, f . 45 ; ii,
f.44; iii, f. 49; iv, f.43b.

118. "Yong Cupid." i,f.45b; ii, f.44b;
iii, f.49b; iv, f.43b.

119. " Aye mee, my wonted Joyes."
i, f . 46 ; ii, f . 44b ; iii, f . 49b ; iv, f . 44.



120. " Three Virgin Nimphes." i, f. 46 ;
ii, f. 45 ; iii, f. 50 ; iv, f. 44.

121. " Our country Swains." i, f. 46b ;
ii, f. 45b; iii, f. 50b; iv, f. 44b.

122. "Loe, country sports." i, f.47;
ii, f. 45b ; iii, f . 50b ; iv, f. 45.



Nos. 123-127 are by John Wilbye, 1598.

123. " What needeth all this travayle " ; I ii, f. 46b ; iii, f . 51b ; iv, f . 45b.

in two parts, i, f. 47b; ii, f. 46; iii, i 126. " Thus saith my Cloris." i, f. 48b;
f. 51 ; iv, f. 45. I ii, f. 47 ; iii, f. 52 ; iv, f. 46.



124. "Alas, what hope." i, f. 48 ; ii,
f.46b; iii, f . 51b ; iv, f . 45b.

125. "Lady, when I behold." i, f.48;



127. "Adew, sweet Amarillis." i,f. 48b;
ii, f.47b; iii, f . 52b ; iv, f.46.



No.s. 128-135 are by the same, 1609.



128. "When Cloris heard." i, f.49;
ii, f . 47b ; iii, f . 52b ; iv, f . 46b.

129. "Happy streams." i, f.49; ii.



f. 48 ; iii, f. 53 ; iv, f. 46b.
130, " Change me, heavens." i,f.49b;
ii, f. 48b ; iii, f. 53b ; iv, f. 47.



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187



131. " Love not me for comely grace." iii, f. 54b ; iv, f. 48.

i, f.50; ii, f.48b; iii, f. 53b; iv, f. 47b. ! 134. " As matchlesse beauty." i, f. 51 ;



132. " Flye not so swift." i, f. 50b ; ii,
f. 49 ; iii, f. 54 ; iv, f. 47b.

133. " I Love, alas." i, f. 50b ; ii, f. 49b ;



ii, f . 50 ; iii, f. 55 ; iv, f. 48.
135. " Happy, Oh happy he." i, f. 51b ;
ii, f. 50 ; iii, f. 55 ; iv, f. 48b.



Nos. 136—147 are from Musica Transalpina, book i, 1588.



136. " These that be certaine signes "
(Questich'inditio). "NoeFaignient."
i, f.52; ii, f.50b; iii, f. 55b; iv, f.48b.

137. "The faire Diana" (Non piu,
Diana). " Giovan. di Macque." i,
f.52; ii, f. 51 ; iii, f . 56 ; iv, f . 49.

138. " Joy so delights my heart " (Gioia
s' abond'). " G. P. A. Prenestino."
i, f. 52b ; ii, f. 51 ; iii, f. 56 ; iv, f. 49.

139. "False Love" (Amor ben puoi).
By the same, i, f. 52b ; ii, f. 51b ; iii,
f . 56b ; iv, f. 49b.

140. " Griefe " (Dolor, se '1 mio dolor).
« Baldessar Donato." i, f. 53 ; ii, f. 52 ;
iii, f . 57 ; iv, f . 50.

141. "As in the night" (Come la notte).
By the same, i, f. 53b ; ii, f. 52 ; iii,
f . 57 ; iv, f . 50.

142. " In vayne he seekes " (Per divina
bellezza). "Fillippo de Monte." i,



f.53b; ii,f.52b; iii, f. 57b; iv, f. 50b.

143. " What meaneth love " (Perche s'
annida amore). " G. P. A. Prenes-
tino." i,f. 54; ii, f. 53; iii, f. 58; iv,
f . 50b.

144. " Sweet love, when hope " (Amor,
quando fioriua). " Gio. Petraloysio
Prenestino." i, f . 54 ; ii, f. 53 ; iii,
f.58; iv, f. 51.

145. "Lady, that hand" (Donna, la
bella mano). " ]\Iarc' Antonio Porde-
uone." i,f. 54b; ii, f . 53b ; iii, f. 58b;
iv, f. 51.

146. "Who will ascend" (Chi salira).
" Giaches de Vuert." i, f. 55 ; ii,
f. 53b ; iii, f. 58b ; iv, f. 51b.

147. " Lady, your looke " (Donna, bella
e gentile). " Cornelio Verdonck."
i, f. 55 ; ii, f. 54 ; iii, f. 59 ; iv, f. 51b.



Nos. 148-151 ai-e by Thomas Weelkes, 1597,



148. " Sit downe and sing." i, f. 55b ;
ii, f. 54b ; iii, f. 59b.

149. " My fiockes feed not " ; in three
parts, i, f. 56 ; ii, f. 55; iii, f. 59b.



150. "A Country faire." i, f.57; ii,
f. 56 ; iii, f. 61.

151. "Cease, sorrowes, now." i, f. 57b;
ii, f. 56b ; iii, f. 61.



Nos. 151-159 are by John Wilbye, 1609.



152. " Come, shepherd swaynes." i,
f.58; ii, f.57; iii, f. 61b.

153. "Flourish, ye Hillockes." i,f. 58b;
ii, f.57b; iii, f.62.

154. "Ah, cruell Amarillis." i,f.58b;
ii, f. 57b; iii, f . 62b.

155. "So light is love." i, f. 59; ii,
f . 58 ; iii, f. 62b.



156. " As faire as morne." i, f. 59b ;
ii, f.58b; iii, f.63.

157. "0, What shall I doe." i, f.60;
ii, f. 59 ; iii, f. 63b.

158. "I Live and yet." i, f.60b; ii,
f.59b; iii, f.63b.

159. " There is a Jewell." i, f. 60b ; ii,
f. 59b ; iii, f. 64.



Additional 31715, ff. 46, 55.

Paper; a.d. 1802, 1805. Oblong folio. See also under Glees (above, p. 111).
Madrigals, in score, by William Linley. Autograph.



1. " Let us dance, let us sing." "1802." 2. " Prithee, youth, I prithee, hear me."
f.46. I "1805." f. 55.



188 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 14342, f. 64.

Paper; A. D. 1812. Oblong folio. See also under Masses (vol. i, p. 234).

" O SING unto mie Roundelay " ; for 5 voices, in score, by S[amuel]
W[esley], 1812. Autograph,. The words are by Chatterton.

Additional 31716, f. 6.

Paper; a.d. 1812. Oblong folio. See also under Glees (above, p. 116).

" Ah me (quoth Venus) " ; for 5 voices, in score, by William Linley.
Autograph.

Additional 31723, ff. 1-5.

Paper; about 1812 (date of publication). Small folio. See also under
Oratorios (vol. i, p. 377).

" When charming Chloe" ; for 6 voices, in score, by Samuel Webbe
[sen. (?)], who has signed it at the end.

Additional 34610, ff. 31-34, 37-40 passim.

Paper; a.d. 1812. Quarto. See also under Autbems (vol. i, p. 93).

Madrigal, " For of al creatures that ever were gote" ; for 4 voices,
in score, by Matthew Cooke, organist of St. George's, Bloomsbury.
Autograph. The words are taken from Chaucer's "A Praise of Women."
On ff. 37, 3S, 39 and 40 are the single voice parts.

Additional 31812, ff 78, 82b, 141.
Paper ; about 1813, eic. Quarto. See also under Glees (above, p. 114),
Vocal compositions in score.

1. " Sister, awake " (a 5). "Tbomas : Watermark 1813. " Jer. Saville,
Bateson." In tbe band of Joseph \ 1667." f. 82.

Street. Watermark 1817. f . 78. j 3. " Al vago laccio" (a 3, witb a bass).

2. "Tbe waitts" (a 4) : a "Fa la la." I By G. C. M. Clari. f. 141.

Additional 31414.

Paper; ff. 48. After 1825 (watermark). Quarto.

Madrigals, in score, in the hand of J. P. Street. Those to English
words are taken from Musica Transalpina, 1588 and 1597. Nos. 1, 2,
4, 6-9 and 11-13 are for 5 voices ; the others for 6.

1. "At sound of her sweet voice" [Al [ 3. " I wasfuUnear my fall" [Fui \icin'
suon d' amata]. " Lucretio Quin- : al cader] ; witb second part, "But
tiani." [1588.] 1597. f.2. ; as tbe bird" [Hor come augel].



2. " Now springs each plant." By the
same. 1597. f. 6.



" Alfonzo Ferabosco." 1597. f. 12.
4. " My lady still abhors me" [Donna



MADRIGALS.



189



mi fugge, 1585]. This and the re-
maining numbers are by "Giovanni
Ferretti." [They appeared originally
in the various editions of his Canzmii
alia Napolitana.'] f. 22.

5. " Corretti (sc. correte), tutti quanti."
[1573.] f . 26.

6. " So gracious is thyself" [Sei tanto
gratiosa, 1563]. f.29b.

7. " Donna crudel." [1568.] f . 31b.



8. "Comeposs'iomorir." [1568.] f. 33.

9. " Mirate che m' ha fatto." [1568.]
f.35.

10. "Un pastor chies' ad una ninf."
[1573.] f. 37b.

11. " Pieta ti mova." [1568.] f . 40.

12. "Hor va canzona mia." [1568.]
f. 42.

13. "Within a greenwood" [In an
boschetto, 1585]. f. 44.



Additional 31481, ff. 82-85b.

Paper ; about 1826 (watermark). Oblong folio. See also under Motets (vol. i,
p. 350).

" Gettano i Re dal soglio " ; for 5 voices, with figured bass, in
score, by Agostino Stefiani.



Additional 14394.

Paper; ff.88. After 1831 (watermark). Folio. Presented by Vincent
Novello in 1843.

" DuETTi," with figured bass for harpsichord, in score ; by Clari.
In the hand of William J. Taylor. In Add. 15516 (above, p. 168)
nos. 1-6 are attributed to D. Bigaglia, but they are described in a MS.
belonging to the Royal College of Music as part of vol. iv of Clari's
Madrigals, etc. Three of the last four numbers have been attributed
to Durante (see note on f. 2b) ; but they are all given as Clari's in
Add. 31535, 31537 (above, pp. 157, 158), and appear to have been
published as his in 1720, and again in 1823 (with a pianoforte accom-
paniment by Francesco Mirecki).



1. " Piange il Ruscello." f. 3.

2. " Guerra v[u]oi farmi." f. 11.

3. " Lungi dalla mia Bella." f. 19.

4. "Non ti Sdegnar." f . 27.

5. "L' Idolomio." f.35.

6. "Vago Usignol." f. 43.

7. ["II soldato poltrone"]. Begins
"Ola, chi mi risveglia?" [1745.]



f.50.

8. "II Musico Ignorante," beg. "Do
re mi fa sol la." [1745.] f.62.

9. "FuocoelaChiomabionda." [1740.]
f.71.

10. " Quando col mio s' incontra."
[1740.] f. 81.



Additional 14395, fi". 3-76.

Paper; after 1831 (watermark). Folio. The MS. belonged in 1843 to Vincent
Novello ; it also contains a Motet (vol. i, p. 350).

"Madrigali" or "Terzetti," with figured bas.s, in score, by Clari.
In the hand of William J. Taylor. Nos. 3-8 are attributed in Add.
15516 (above, p. 168) to D. Bigaglia; but upon what authority does
not appear. They occur in a MS. belonging to the Royal College of
Music as part of vol. iv of Clari's Madrigals, etc.



1. " Si lodi pur Amore." [1742.] f. 3.

2. " Dove, ah! dove, O Pastori ! "



[1742.] f. 13b.
3. " Piango, sospiro !



f . 25b.



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4. " Zeffiretto gentile." f. 35.

6. "Lasso Adoro una Fera." f. 44.

6. " Riso del Idol mio." f.53b.



7. " Al vago laccio." f. 61.

8. " Nel bel Volto di Clori." f. 69.



Additional 31415, parts i-vi, passim.

Paper; after 1835 (see iii, f. 32, etc.). Oblong octavo. The MS. also contains
Anthems (vol. i, p. 106), and other vocal compositions, described elsewhere.

Madrigals, etc., from a collection of vocal part-music said to be
transcribed by Joseph Oliphant. Both the words and the music have
been occasionally altered by Thomas Oliphant. Divided into six parts
or volumes, containing 1st and 2nd treble, alto, 1st and 2nd teiior
and bass.



1. "Now is the Month of Maying."
" T. Morley, 1595." i, iii-vi, f. 1.

2. "When all alone." " G° Converse,
1580." i, iii, iv, vi, f . lb ; ii, f.l.

3. "The Waits," beg. "Fa la la."
" Jer. Saville, 1667." i, iii, iv, vi, f. 2.

i. "Down in a valley." "I. Wilbye,

1609." i, iii, iv, vi, f. 2b ; ii, f . lb.
5. " Let me careless." " Tho' Linley."

i, iii, iv, vi, f . 3b ; v, f . lb.
6.' "Lady, when I behold." " Wilbye,

1598." i, f.4b; ii, f. 2b; iii, iv, vi,

f. 4b ; v, f . 2b.

7. " Dissi a 1' amata." " Luca Maren-
zio, 1599." i, iii, iv, vi, f. 5b.

8. "Cynthia, thy song." "G. Croce,
1560." i, f . 9b ; ii, f . 7b ; iii, f. 8 ; iv,
f.llb; vi, f.ll.

9. " Sweet, honey-sucking bees." "J.
Wilbye, 1609." i, f. 10b; ii, f.8b;
iii, f. 9 ; iv, f. 12b ; vi, f. lib.

10. " Welcome, sweet pleasure." " Tho'
Weelkes, 1608." i, f. 13; ii, f. 11 ; iii,
f . lib ; iv, f . 15 ; vi, f . 13b.

11. "So saith my fair." "Luca Ma-
renzio, 1580." i, f. 13b ; ii, iii, f. lib ;
iv, f . 15 ; V, f . 6b ; vi, f . 13b.

12. "Due begl' occhi." " Giov. Piz-
zoni." i, f . 14b ; ii, iii, f . 12b ; iv, f . 16 ;
vi, f. 14b.

13. " In pride of May." " T. Weelkes,
1608." i, f. 15b ; ii, f. 13 ; iii, f. 13b ;
iv, f. 17 ; vi, f. 15b.

14. "Dainty, fine Bird." " 0. Gibbons,
1612." i, f. 16 ; ii, f. 13b ; iii, f. 14 ;
iv, f. 17b; vi, f . 16b.

15. "0 that the learned poets." By
the same. "1612." i, f. 16b ; ii, f . 14 ;
iii, f . 14b ; iv, f. 18 ; vi, f. 17.

16. " Come, Shepherds." "I. Bennett,



1590." i, f. 17b ; iii, f. 15b ; iv, f . 19
vi, f. 17b.

17. "When flowry meadows." " Gia
netto Prsenestini, 1590." i, f . 18b
iii, f. 16b ; iv, f. 20 ; vi, f. 18b.

18. "Die not, fond man." "I. Ward
1608." i, f. 19b ; ii, f. 15b ; iii, f. 18
iv, f . 21b ; V, f . 7b ; vi, f. 20.

19. "Flora gave me fairest flowers.'
" I. Wilbye, 1609." i, f. 21b ; ii, f. 17
iii, f . 19b ; iv, f . 24 ; vi, f . 21b.

20. " The Silver Swan." " 0. Gibbons
1612." i, f. 22b ; ii, f. 18 ; iv, f. 24b
V, f.9; vi, f. 22b.

21. " Sweet are the thoughts." " Giov
Pizzoni." The words from Greene's
Fareivell to Follie, ed. 1617. i, f. 23b
ii, f. 2Db ; iii, f . 22b ; iv, f . 28 ; vi, f . 25.

22. "Wake now, my love." " W. L
Phillips, R.A.M., 1832." i, f. 24b
ii, f . 21b ; iv, f. 29b ; vi, f. 26b.

23. " Quando ritrovo." " Const. Festa
1541." i, f. 25b ; iii, f. 23b ; iv, f. 34b
vi, f.31.

24. " Cosi bella vol s[i]ete." "Pom
ponio Nenna, 1614." i, f. 26 ; ii
f. 22b ; iii, f. 26 ; iv, f. 37 ; vi, f . 34.

25. " Cosanonvada." " Orazio Vecchi.'
i, iii, f . 27 ; iv, f. 38 ; vi, f . 35.

26. "0 Lady dear." " L. Marenzio.'
i, f . 27b ; ii, f . 23b ; iii, f . 28 ; iv, f. 38b
vi, f. 35b.

27. " Come ye who music " (Chi la gal
liarda). " Baldassare Donato, 1558.'
i, f.28b; iii, f. 29 ; iv, f . 40b ; vi
f.37.

28. "Round about all in a ring'
(the Elves dance). " I. Bennet, 1614.'
i, f. 29 ; ii, f . 24b ; iv, f . 41 ; vi, f . 37b

29. "My Mistress is as fair." By the



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191



same. "1614." i, f.29b; iii, f.30;
iv, f. 41b ; vi, f . 38.

30. " Vi voglio dire." " Perissone
Cambio, 1551." i, f . 30b ; iii, f.31;
iv, f. 42b ; vi, f. 39.

31. "Phyllis, thy lovely looks." "W.
Beale." iii, f. 6b; iv, f.9; v, f.4b;
vi, f. 8b.

32. " Tho' my carriage be but careless."
This and nos. 33-40 are by Thomas
Weelkes, from his Ayeres, 1608. iv,
f. 29 ; V, f. 11 ; vi, f. 25b.

33. "Come, let's begin." iv, f.30; v,
f. 12; vi, f.27.



34. "Ha, ha, this world doth pass most
merrily." iv, f . 31 ; v, f. 12b; vi,f.28.

35. "Fa la, now weep, now sing." iv,,
f. 31b ; V, f . 13 ; vi, f. 28b.

36. " Strike it up, neighbour." iv, f . 32 ;
V, f. 13b ; vi, f. 28b.

37. "To-morrow is the wedding day."
iv, f . 32b ; v, f . 14 ; vi, f . 29.

38. "Late in my rash accounting."
iv, f . 33 ; V, f . 15 ; vi, f . 30.

39. "Say, Lady, will you love me."
iv, f. 34 ; V, f. 16 ; vi, f. 30b.

40. "Alas, tarry but one half hour."
iv, f.39b; v, f. 18b; vi, f . 36b.



Additional 32020.

Paper ; ff . 22. a.d. 1836-1845. Oblong quarto. Presented by Arthur Miles,
son of the composer.

Madrigals for 4 voices, unless the contrary is stated, in score, by
Thomas Miles. Autograph.



1. " Thou cruel fair, ah ! why delay ? "
"1837." f.l.

2. "Away, Lo, Sol old Winter driveth."
"1837." f. 2.

3. "Lady, I view that form and face."
"1837." [Published 1851.] f.6.

4. When lovely May" (a 8). "1837."
f.7b.



5. " The gayest flow'rs." f. 13b.

6. "Sweet Lady, thou'rt fair" (a 3).
"1841." f.l4b.

7. "Ah, why does my Oorydon rove"
(a 6). "1836." f. 16.

8. "My love is dead" (a 5). [1845.]
f.20.



Additional 36524, fF. l-6b.

Paper ; before 1837 (when the composer sold Willsbridge). Oblong folio.

" O ! ye Roses so blooming and fair " ; for 6 voices, in score, by
R[obert] L[ucas] de Pearsall, "of Willsbridge." Autograph.

Additional 35005, f. 61.

Paper ; A.D. 1837. Quarto. See also below, under Songs (1783-1785).

" O SING unto my Roundelaie " ; for 5 voices, with pianoforte
accompaniment, in score, by Samuel Wesley. Transcribed by the
composer in 1837 from the original (now Add. 14342, f. 64, above,
p. 188), dated 1812.



Additional 31419.

Paper ; ff. 26. Before 1844 (see below). Oblong quarto.

" Airs, or Fa la's, for three Voices .... 1627," by John Hilton,
scored by Joseph Warren from the original work for the edition
issued by the Musical Antiquarian Society in 1844.

The initial words are given in the Index.



192 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 34607, ff. 197, 204, 210, 216.
Paper ; a.d. 1855. Oblong folio. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 353).

Canzone, without words, apparently for 2 choirs of 4 voices each,
with instrumental accompaniments, by Giovanni Francesco Anerio.
Violin, cornet, lute, and theorbo parts only.

Egerton 2451, flf. 53-64.

Paper; 19th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 358).

" Spirto di Dio " ; for 4 voices, with pianoforte accompaniment,
in score, composed by Antonio Lotti [in 1736?], to be sung before the
Doge of Venice. Apparently in the hand of Abbate F. Santini.

Egerton 2459, ff. 17 2-1 8 lb.

Paper; 19th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Masses (vol. i, p. 238).

" Zefpiretto gentile " ; for 3 voices, with a figured bass for
harpsichord, in score, by Giovanni Maria Clari, in the same hand



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