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348-351. "Have at the French";

'Black Leggs"; "Hey Makers

Dance " ; and " Brick Maker." f. 97.

352. " I wonder at it." f. 97b.

353. " No catchee, no Havee." f. 98.

354. 355. " Antigua Billy " ; and " Hull
Assembly" (different from no. 266).
f. 98b.

856, 357. " Bull Waggy Bow " ; and

" Windsor Forest." f. 99.
358, 359. " Humours of Wapping";

and " Catches and Glees." f. 99b.
360. " Sucky bids me." f. 100.
361-864. " Lewis Bourge " ; " Jack on y=

Green " (different from no. 73) ; " Red

Lyon Hornpipe " ; and " So merily

dance the Quaker." f. 100b.
365-868. " Trip to Virginia " ; " Trip to

Haragate " ; " Hawk's Humour " ;

and " S' Bride's Bells." f . 101.
869-371. " Yorkshire Buffs " ; " Duke of

York's Delight " ; and "The Citty."

f. 101b.

372. " Ballance, A Straw." f. 102.

373. "Quibeck's taken "[1759]. f. 102b.
374-376. " The young Lady's Fancy " ;

a tune without name ; and " Tip-
staff." f. 103.

377-379. " Short Apron"; Adagio, by
" Geo. Wetherill " ; and " Corn
market." f. 103b.

380. " Voulez vous Dancer, Mademois-
elle." f. 104.



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Additional 32237, f. 71.

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

Two MELODIES in the hand of Johann Nepomuk Hummel, who has
described them as " Englisch."

1. In A minor (| time). | 2. In G minor (| time). A hornpipe (?).

Finnish.
Additional 14390, f. 35b.

Paper ; after 1802. Folio.

Finnish " Runa," with a modern bass. See below, under Songs
(1795, etc).

French.

Printed Book, A. 909, pp. 143, U9, 152.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under sacred Songs (vol. i, p. 440).

Melodies of "Mall Brook," sc. "Marlbrouck" (ff. 143, 152), and
of " Pauvre Madelon " (f. 149). Anonymous.

Additional 27932, f. 28b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Octavo. See also below, under Operas.
Melody of " Belleisle March."

For other French National Music, see below, under Songs, Egerton
1519-1521 (after 1726), Egerton 814-817 (after 1744), King's 330-
337 (after 1749), Add. 31678 (a.d. 1760, etc.), and Egerton 2154
(18th cent.).

German.

Egerton 2513, f. 40b.

Paper ; about 1711. Oblong duodecimo. See also below, under Songs.

" March Eugenii " : melody only, from a German musical album.
Anonymous.

Greek.

Additional 22911, f. 458b.

Paper ; early 18th cent. Oblong duodecimo. See also below, under Songs.

Melody of what appears to be a Greek tune, probably in the
hand of the Rev. Dr. John Covel.



204 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 32411, f. 33.

Paper ; about 1818. Oblong octavo. See also under Chorales (vol. i, p. 157).

" Geiechisches Lied, welches in der Moldau gesungen wird " ; ia
the hand of Johann Christian Lobe. The melody only.

Irish.
Printed Book, A. 909, pp. 148, 152.

Paper ; 18tli cent. Oblong octavo. See also under sacred Songs (vol. i, p. 440).

Melodies of the anonymous Irish songs " Anna " and " Irisb
Lilt."

Additional 29371, fF. 27-100.

Paper; 18th cent. Small quarto.

Irish tunes forming part of the miscellaneous collection as-
above, p. 199.



f. 100).
7. A tune without name. f.



1. "Cork." f.27.

2. " Larry Grogan." f . 28b.

3. " Irish Hoboy." 2. 33b, 34 (see also 8. " Castle Downe." f. 91b.
f.95). i 9. " Irish Vaux HaU." f . 94.

4. " Cath Wallagoon." f.66.

5. " Castle Barr." f. 75.

6. "Sheela na gig." f. 76b (see also



10. "Irish Hero," or " Blak[e]ney for
ever." f. 96b.



Additional 32237, f. 71.

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

Melody in B flat (| time) in the hand of J. N. Hummel, who
describes it as " Irisch."

For other Irish National Music see above, under Duets (p. 87),
Add. 35277, 35278 (late 18th cent.); below, under Songs, Add. 35277,
35278 (late 18th cent.), 35273 (about 1803), 35274 (a.d. 1804), and
32189 (1829, etc.) ; and in vol. iii, under Pianoforte Solos, Add.
25073 (about 1790), and Violin Solos, Add. 30272 (about 1799-1802),

Italian.
Sloane 1021, f. 30b.
Paper ; about 1640. Small quarto.
Venetian air. See under Lute Solos, in vol. iii.

Additional 34608, f. 25b (reversed).

Paper; about 1785-1789. Oblong octavo. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 74).

" Neapolitan air play'd in the streets [at] Wilton." In the hand of
J. Stafford Smith.



NATIONAL MUSIC. 205

Additional 34202, ff. 1-17, 22-48.
Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo.
Neapolitan and Sicilian Songs. See below, under Songs.

Additional 31755-31757, 31759.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio.

Venetian and other Italian songs, with guitar accompaniment.
See below, under Songs.

Moldavian.
Additional 32411, flP. 32b-33.

Paper; about 1818. Oblong octavo. See also under Chorales (vol. i, p. 157).

" MoLDAUisCHE Hochzeit-Musik, ohne Worte": a series of five
melodies, including a Greek one sung in Moldavia, collected, if not
partly composed, by Johann Christian Lobe.

Norwegian.
Additional 32237, ff. 73, 73b.

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

Three Norwegian melodies in | time, in the keys of D minor, G,
and G minor. Transcribed by J. N. Hummel.

Polish,

Sloane 1021, ff. 72-7 4b.

Paper ; about 1G40. Small quarto.
Polish dances, etc. See under Lute Solos, in vol. iii.

Additional 32237, ff 74-75b, 77.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo, etc. See also below, under Operas,
and under Pianoforte Solos, in vol. iii.

Polish melodies in the hand of J. N, Hummel.

1. "Hochzeits Lied in Pohlen — alia ] "Nicht zu gebrauchen, wegen den



Mazur[ka]." f.74.
2-5. " Crakowiaka von mir selbst " ;
"Mazur"; and " Kosziusko und
Dombrovskische Themas." Against
the last the composer has written



politischen Verhiiltnissen Pohlens."

f.75.
6,7. "Mazur"; and " Crakoviaka."

f. 75b.
8. Viola part of^ a march in A. f . 77.



206 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Russian.
Sloane 1021, ff. 77, 77b.
Paper ; about 1640. Small quarto.
Russian (Lithuanian) airs. See under Lute Solos, in vol. iii.

Additional 14390, passim.

Paper ; about 1795, etc. Folio.

Russian melodies, with modern accompaniments. See below, under
Songs.

Additional 32237, ff. 77b-78b.

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

Three Russian melodies, for the first of which (f. 77b) see above,
under Choruses (p. 49), and for the second (f. 78) see under Pianoforte
Music in vol. iii. The last (f. 78b) is described as " HsymKa" (?).

Additional 32189, ff. 105-107.

Paper ; early 19tb cent. Oblong folio.

" RussiscHER original Lieder " ; with basses by J. N. Hummel, See
below, under Songs.

Additional 32411, f. 33b.

Paper ; about 1818. Oblong octavo. See also under Chorales (vol. i, p. 157).

The second of two " Russische Soldaten-lieder " ; without the
words. Anonymous. The other is described under secular Choruses
(above, p. 51). In the hand of Johann Christian Lobe.

Scotch.

Printed Book, A. 909, pp. 12Q-154: passim..

Paper ; 18tb cent. Oblong octavo.

Scotch tunes forming part of a MS. collection bound up with a
printed volume (see vol. i, p. 440, under sacred Songs, and above, p. 198).



1. "Johnny's Grey Breeks." p. 126.

2,3. "My own Kind Dearie"; and
" Jocky to the Fair." p. 127.

4,5. "I have a bonny Wife of my
Own " ; and "March way of ' Jenny's
Babie.' " p. 128.

6,7. " Sae merry as we have been";
and ' ' Keep the Country, bonny Las-
sie." p. 129.



8,9. "Miss Wright's Reel"; and "The
Lass of Patie's Mill." p. 131.

10. " Anderson's Fareweell." p. 132.

11, 12. " The Aberdeen Volunteers*
March"; and "Miss Clark's Reel."
p. 133.

13,14. "Miss Jessie Smith's Reel";

and "Violet Anderson's Reel." p. 134.

15. "Miss M. Playfair's Reel." p. 135.



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16, 17. "The Highland Laddie"; and
" Lochaber no more." p. 136.

18, 19. "Bonny Jean Gordon of Aber-
deen"; and "Saw ye nae my kind
Peggy." p. 137.

20, 21. "Miss Gordon's Reel"; and
" Roslin Castle." p. 189.

22. "The Flowers of Edinburgh."
p. 143.

23-25. " Scot's Blue Bonnet " ; " Lady
Harriet hope's Reel " ; and " Because
He was a Bonny Lad." p. 145.

26-28. " O'er the Hills and far away " ;



"The King's Gig"; and "Jenny

Nettles." p. 146.
29-31. " 0, its Braw to be Married a

Maiden"; " TuUoch Goram " ; and

" Dainty Davie." p. 147.
32, 33. " John Anderson, my Jo " ; and

" Calidonian Hunt's Delight." p. 148.

34. " The Marquis of Huntly's March.'"
p. 151.

35. " 'White Jock." p. 152.

36. 37. " Banks of the Dee " ; and
" Logan Water," p. 153.

38. " White Cocade." p. 154.



Additional 29371, ff. 24b-100 passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Small quarto.

Scotch tunes forming part of the miscellaneous collection as above,
p. 199.



1. " Scotch Contention." f . 24b.

2. "New Scotch Contention." f . 25b.
3-5. " Steward's Rant " ; " Willy

Wilky " ; and "Andrew Kerr." f. 26.
6, 7. "Bessy Bell"; and "Dusty

Miller." f. 27b.
8, 9. " Sandy, Laddy" ; and " Highland

Laddy." f. 28.
10,11. "My ain kind Deary"; and

"Jenny Bang [sc. dang) y" weaver."

f. 28b.

12. " Border Reel." f . 29.

13. "Bonny Lass of our Town."
f . 29b.

14-16. "Lady Terfichent's {sc. Torphi-
chen's) Rant"; "I was a Bonny
Lad"; and "Lads of Dunce."
f . 30b.

17. " Soldier Lad[d]ie." f . 31.

18. "Welcome here again." f. 32.

19. " The merry maids of Wagginton,"
or " Kirk Gate Rakes." f. 33.

20. 21. " Athol Braes " ; and " Saw ye
not my Moggy." f. 33b.

22,23. "Strickland," or "A trip to
Filo " ; and " Scotch Pedlar." f. 34.

24,25. "Bonny Laddy"; and " Mac-
donald's Rant." f. 36b.

26. "Old Highland Dance." f. 37.

27. "Brae mare." f. 37b.

28. " Mac Pherson's Farwell." f. 38b.

29. " Scotch wedding." f . 39.

30. "Cady Laddy." f. 39b.

31. 32. "Up went Aily"; and "New



Highland Dance " (cf. f. 83). f. 41.
33, 34. "Colliers Daughter'^; and

" Ranting Roring Willy." f. 41b.
35, 36. "True Joak " and "Black Joak."

f.43.
37, 38. "White Joak" and "Joan

Sanderson." f. 43b.

39. "Green Sleeves." f. 46.

40. " Bonney Dundee." f . 47.

41. " De'll take the wars." f. 50.

42. "Lumps of Pudding." f. 51,

43. "Dainty Davy." f. 52.

44. "O'er the Hills and Far away."
f. 53.

45. " Gallaway Tom." f . 57.

46,47. "Lady Jane Hume's Reel";
and " Lasses of Berwick." f. 57b,

48. "Gang to y= Coy." f. 58b.

49. "A Trip to Merry Land." f. 59.

50. 51. " Ranting Highland man " ; and-
"John Black's Daughter." f. 61.

52. "0, over y' water to Charley."
f.62.

53. "[Weel may the] Keel Row."
f . 62b.

54-56. "The Scots Fuziliers"; "Deel

Stick y"= minester " ; and "Jack of

Perth." f. 63.
57, 58. "Jack Hume's Reel"; and

"Rattling Roaring Willie" {cf. no.

34). f.63b.
59, 60. "[Over] the Hills and away to

New Rigging"; and "The Carle."

f.64.



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



61, 62. " Corn Riggs are Bonny " ; and

" Berwick Jocky." f. 65b.
€3. " Banks of Forth." f.66.
€4. " The Lads of Leath." f. 67b.
i65. "Lord Simples {sc. Sempil's) Le-

mentation after y" Highlanders." f.68.
'66. " Jockey has Gotten a wife." f. 69.
€7. "Robing a Roye." f. 69b.

68. " Barwick Lasses." f. 72.

69, 70. "The Campbells are coming";
and " Lasses a (sc. of) Dunce." f. 75.

71. " The high way to Eglington" (see
also f. 89b). f.78.

72, 73. " Mis[s] Macdonald's Delight " ;
and " Merry Scot." f . 79b.

74-76. "Aylisey Marley"; "Green
Growes the Rushes " ; and " The Berks
of Abergild." f. 80b.

77. " Scotch Bounett." f.Sl.

78. " Flower of Edinburgh." f. 81b.

79. " New Highland Laddy." f. 82.

80. 81. " Up and war them aw, Willy " ;
and "Over y^ water." f. 83.

82. "Hot Cocklis." f . 83b.

83,84. "Scot[c]h Jigg," or "y« D'ls



Dead " ; and " Mock Highland man."
f. 84.

85. " Down y« Bank." f. 84b.

86, 87. " Slepy Moggy " ; and " Scotch
Lady." f. 85.

88, 89. " Cameronian Rant " ; and
"Miss Macdonal's Reel," or "Miss
Floro (sic) McDonald's Reel." f. 86.

90, 91. " Lady Makentosh's Reel " ; and
" Bonny Kate of Aberdeen." f. 86b.

92, 93. " She's o'er young to marry
yet " ; and " AUister." f. 87b.

94. " Miss Frazier's Reel." f. 88.

95, 96. " Lads of Aire " ; and " Ranting
Highland man" (very like no. 50).
f . 88b.

97. " Lowland Lad." f. 89b.

98. " TuUuck Goram" (two copies),
f . 90b.

99. " Eight men of Moidart." f. 95b.

100. "Miss Cresty's." f . 96b.

101. " Northland Jockey." f . 98.

102. 103. " Genny nettles " ; and " Moll
Ross." f. 99b.

104. " The Birks of Aberfeldie." f. 100.



Additional 30955, f. 163b.

Paper ; 18th~19th cent. Quarto.

" Here awa, there awa " ; fi'om a collection of songs by Charles
Dibdin.

For other Scotch National Music see above, under Duets (pp. 86, 87),
Add. 35276-35278 (late 18th cent.), 35272, 35273 (about 1803);
below, under Songs, Add. 25073-25075 (about 1790), 35276-35278
(late 18th cent.), 28971 (a.d. 1800-1803), 35272, 35273 (about 1803),
35274 (a.d. 1804), 35271 (about 1825), 35270 (about 1826-1831), and
32188 (a.d. 1829, etc.); and, in vol. iii, under Flute Solos, Add. 34204
(about 1700), Pianoforte Solos, Add. 25703-25705 (about 1790), and
Violin Solos, Add. 30272 (1799-1802).

Spanish.
Sloane 1021, f. 22b.

Paper ; about 1640. Small quarto.
Spanish air. See under Lute Solos, in vol. iii.



Additional 31640.

Paper ; ff . 128. a.d. 1732. Oblong octavo.

Spanish " Passacalles," etc., for the guitar, by Santiago de Murzia.
;See under Guitar Solos, in vol. iii.



NATIONAL MUSIC. 209

Swedish.

Additional 32237, f. 73b.

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

Melody of the Swedish song " Neckens Palska " ; in the hand of
J. N. Hummel.

TUEKISH.

Additional 32237, f. 79.

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

Melodies of two " Aufsiitze zu Schnell-Marsche fiir turkische
Musik " ; in the hand of J. N. Hummel.

Welsh.
Additional 14939.

Paper ; ff . 35. a.d. 1742-1779. Folio.

MS. additions by Richard Morris to Antient British Music, Part i,
1742, compiled by John Parry and Evan Williams. See under various
headings in vol. iii.

Additional 34608, f. 24b.

Paper ; about 1785-1789. Oblong octavo. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 74).

Short extracts from " E. Jones's Welch airs. 1783. Anc*." In
the hand of J. Stafford Smith.

Additional 29371, f . 48.

Paper ; 18th cent. Small quarto.

Welsh tune, " [Of] Noble Race was Shinkin " ; included in the
miscellaneous collection, as above, p. 198.

For other Welsh National Music see above, under Duets (p. 87), and
below, under Songs, Add. 35274, 35275 (a.d. 1804), 35278 (a.d. 1809) ;
and in vol. iii, under Harp Solos, Add. 14905 (temp. Charles I),
Pianoforte Solos, Add. 34290 (about 1834), and Violin Solos, Add.
30272 (about 1799-1802).



II



210 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



SECTION X.— ODES.

Compositions mostly written for solo voices, chorus, and orchestra,
TO English words, in celebration of events in the history
OF the royal family, and including Birthday Odes, New
Year's Songs, Welcome Songs, etc.*



Additional 33234, ff. 21, 35, 172b.
Paper ; a.d. 1680-1G82. Folio. See also below, under Songs.
Two Odes and a fragment of a third.

1. "Awake, awake, my Lyre, and tell solo voices, duet and chorus, with a
thy silent Master's humble tale " ; for ' bass. In score. " M. Lock." f. 35.
solos and chorus, with instrumental ; 3. " Let Cassar and Urania Hue ": duet,
symphonies and ritournelles. In full 1 with a bass, from " Sound the Trum-
score. "John Blow." f. 21. pet, beat the Drum." In a rather

2. "All things their certain periods later hand than the last. " H. Pur-
haue"; "A New Year's song," for , cell." f.l72b.

Additional 19759, f. lib.

Paper ; about 1681. Small folio. See also below, under Songs.

" Awake, awake, my lyre, and tell " : a song, without accompani-
ment, from an Ode by Dr. John Blow.

Additional 22100, ff. 3-73 passim.

Paper; about 1682. Folio. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 28).

Songs with chorus, etc., for various occasions, with accompaniments
for strings (unless the contrary is stated), in score. Except no. 1,
they are by Dr. John Blow.

1. "A Song to welcome home his I strings, f . 26.

Majesty from Windsor, 1680," beg. | 4. "Awake, my lyre"; written appa-

" Welcome vicegerent of the Mighty rently on the death of a musician.

King." "Pm-cell." f.3. f . 32b.

2. "A song on New Year's Day, 1681," j 5. "A song for y^ Queen's Birth Day,"
beg. "Great Sir, y° joy of all our ' beg. "Illustrious day"; for a solo



hearts." f . 13b.
3. A Marriage Ode, beg. " Fair nymphs,

y» to y" wanton winds display " ; for a j " The Birth of Jove." f . 59
solo voice and 3-part chorus, without |



voice, with a bass, f . 54b.
6. "A song for y^ 29th of May," beg.



* For foreign Odes, see above, under Cantatas.



ODES.



211



Additional 33240, fF. 1-5.

Paper; a.d. 1683 (see f. 1). Small folio. Presented [apparently with the
other parts] to the Library of the Musical Antiquarian Society by Vincent
Novello, in 1843, with remainder to the British Museum (see note on f. 1). See
also imder Anthems (vol. i, p. 98).



"Ode for St. Cecilia's day, 1683" [beg. "Welcome to all
pleasures "], by Henry Purcell. Organ-part. Autograph.



the



Additional 30934.

Paper ; ff. 104. a.d. 1689, etc. Small folio. The names of James Kent and
Vincent Novello are on f . lb.

Odes in full score. The titles below are taken from descriptions
in the hand of Dr. Croft.



1. "'Come, come along... for a dance
and a song ' ; composed by Mr.
Jeremiah Clarke upon y° death of y^
famous Mr. Henry Purcell and per-
form'd upon y' stage in Druery Lane
play house " [1695]. At the top of

f. 26b is written : "Mr. Purcell's fare-

s
well." Autograph (?). The instru-
ments employed are trumpets, flutes,
oboes, strings, kettle-drum and harp-
sichord. The names of the singers
given are Messrs. Freeman, [Richard]
Leveridge and Bowen, and Mrs.
Cross. "Mr. Clark's Cebell" (sc. ga-
votte) is included (f. 13) in this com-
position, f. 3.

2. " ' Again the welcome morn ' : song
...by Mr. Dan. Purcell upon y'^
Birth Day of. . .Princess Ann of Den-
mark... Feb. 6th i^." The only
instruments named are trumpets and
violins. The names of the singers
appear to have been Messrs. " Hews,"
[J.] Laroon, Bourdon and "Magnes" ;
those of Messrs. Pate, Woodson and



Freeman are struck out. Partly
autograph, f . 36.

3. "'Begin! begin and strike the har-
monious lyre ' : song, composd by
Mr. Dan. Purcell and perform'd upon
St. Ceecilia's Day att Stationers'
Hall." f. 58.

4. " ' Who can from joy refraine ' " song.
Composd by. . .Hen. Purcell [in 1695]
and p''formd upon y" Duke of Glou-
cester's Birth Day " [b. 1689] ; with
accompaniments for trumpets, oboes,
strings, eic. Autograph. The singers'
names given are Howell, [Alexander]
Damascene, ' ' Robeart " and Freeman.
f.79.

5. "'The loud' tougu'd warr ' : com-
posed by Mr. Dan. Purcell upon King
William's return from Flanders "
[1697] ; with accompaniments for
trumpets, oboes, strings and kettle-
drum. The only singer's name given
is that of Mr. Freeman. Allograph.
f.94.



Additional 35043, fF. 106b, 122b.
Paper ; about 1697 (see f. 105). Small folio. See also below, under Operas.
Portions of two Odes.



1. Flute or violin part of "Mr. Lenton's
Tunes playd before y' King at his
Returne " : overture and 9 airs, with-
out words, f. 106b.



2. Melody, with words, of the solos in
the ode, "Awake, awake, my lyre, and
tell." By Dr. John Blow, f. 122b.

p 2



212



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 31453, fF. 2, 133, 181b.
Paper ; a.d. 1699, etc. Small folio. See also below, under Operas.
Odes, or fragments of Odes, in score.



1. Ode for St. Cecilia's day, beginning
"Hail, bright Cecilia"; with sym-
phonies and accompaniments for
trumpets, oboes, flutes, strings and
kettle-drum. " Henry Purcell."
[1692.] Transcribed in Jan. 1699,
in the same hand as Fitzwilliam
MS. 30 G. 10, which is (? erroneously)
ascribed to Dr. Blow. The names
given do not appear to be those of
the original singers, ff . 1 -37b.

2. Ode for St. Cecilia's day, beg.
" Patron of the tuneful Nine " ; with
symphonies and accompaniments for



trumpets, horns, flutes, oboes, and
strings. The name Excell on f . 134
may be meant for [John] Eccles,
who is the composer of no. 3.
ff. 133-149.
3. "A Song sung before y° Queen on
her birthday" [1693], beg. "Cele-
brate this Festival " : being an
arrangement for a treble, with figured
bass, of the first part of the ode
beginning with those words (c/.
Add. 22099, f . 66, below, p, 216).
" Hen. Purcell." f. 181b.



Additional 31457, ff. 1-44.

Paper ; late 17th cent. Folio. See also under Services (vol. i, p. 402).
Odes, in score.



1. Ode for St. Cecilia's day, beg.
" Welcome, welcome, every guest " ;
difierent from the ode beginning
with those words in the Atnphion
Anglicus, 1700. "Dr. Blow." Aido-
graph. f. 1.

2. Ode (? for the Duke of Nassau's
birthday), beg. "Welcome, welcome,



Genial Day." Presumably also by
Dr. Blow. Imperfect at the end.
f.ll.
3. Ode for William Ill's birthday,
beg. " Welcome, wellcome, happy
day." Possibly this is a continuation
of no. 2. f . 26b.



Additional 33287, ff. 14b, 21b, 26b, 37, 53-229b.

Paper; late 17th cent. etc. Large folio. The MS. was bequeathed by
William Henry Husk. It also contains Cantatas (above, p. 14), Duets (p. 60),
and Songs and Trios, described below.

Odes and Occasional Songs, with instrumental accompaniments, in
full score. The names of the instruments employed are not given,
except where stated below.



1. "Hark, how the wild Musitians
sing." " Henry Purcell." f . 14b.

2. " 'Tis not to add new glorys."
"William Turner." f. 21b.

3. "Raise, raise y* voice" : ode to



St. Cecilia [1683]. Imperfect at the
end. "H. Purcell." f. 26b.
4. "Celestial musick " : "Mr. Maid-
well's Ode" [1689]. By the same.
In a rather later hand. f. 37.



The following numbers consist of IS'ew Year Songs, Birthday
Songs, Welcome Songs, and Odes for St. Cecilia's Day. Nos. 5-25 are
(with two exceptions) addressed or dedicated to Charles II, the
remainder to James II.

Jove." By the



5. " Great Janus." " Dr. John Blow."
f.53.



6. "The Birth of
same, f . 58.



ODES.



213



7. "How does the New born Infant
Year." 1685. By the same. f. 63.

8. "See, mighty S', the day appears."
" Pelham Humpherys." f. 69b.

9. "When from his Throne." By the
same. f. 72.

10. "Dread S"", the Prince of Light."
" Dr. John Blow." f. 75.

11. "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow."
1681. With accompaniments for
flutes, oboes, etc. "Henry Purcell."
f. 78b.

12. "Arise, great Monarch." "Dr.
John Blow." f. 84b.

13. "Oh, mighty Prince, whose Loud
or Dreaded Name." " William Tur-
ner." f. 89b.

14. "The New Year is begun." "Dr.
John Blow." f. 98.

15. "Welcome to all the pleasures":
for St. Cecilia's day, 22 Nov. 1683.
" Henry Purcell." f . 96b.

16. " Begin the song ; your Instruments
advance " : for St. Cecilia's day, 1684.
" Dr. John Blow." f. 103.

17. "Great Sir, the joy of all our
hearts." 16[81]. By the same. f. 112.

18. "My trembling song, awake."
1684. By the same. f. 118.



19. "Dread Sir, Father Janus." By
the same. f. 125.

20. "Fly, bold Rebellion." 1683.
" Henry Purcell." f. 130b.

21. "Hail, Monarch [James II] sprung
of Race Divine." January 1st,
1686[-7]. Dr. John Blow. f. 138b.

22. "What, what shall be done in
behalf e of the Man": "A welcome
song perform' d before James, Duke
of York, on his return from Scotland,
1682 " ; with symphony and accom-
paniments for flutes, etc. "Henry
PurceU." f. 148b.

23. "The summer's absence." Octo-
ber 21st, 1682. By the same. f. 155.

24. " From hardy Climes," "performed
to George, Prince of Denmark, upon
his marriage with y° Lady Ann,
daughter to James D[uke] of York"
[1683]. " Henry Purcell." f . 162.

25. " From those serene and rapturous
joyes." 1684. By the same,
f . 168b.

26. "Why, why are all the Muses
mute." 1685. By the same. The
hand changes in the middle of this
article, f. 177.



The remaining numbers are in different and rather later hands.



27. " SounS. y° trumpet. Beat y»
Drum." 1687. "Henry Purcell."
The names of the original singers are
given : [ John ] Abell, — Robeart,
[Alphonso] Marsh [jun.], [John]
Bowman," and [William] Turner,
f. 187b.

28. "Yee tunefuU Muses." 1686. By
the same. The solos were taken by
Messrs. Abell and Turner, f . 198.

29. "Yee sons of Pheabus " ; with
accompaniments for trumpets, flutes.



violins, eic. " Dr. John Blow," The
singers' names given are Messrs.
Abell, Turner, Bowman and Gosling,
f . 209b.
30. " From Harmony." [Dryden's Ode
for St. Cecilia's day, 1687]. With
accompaniments for trumpets, violins,
etc. Imperfect in the middle and



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