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10. " Ombra che pallida " [from

31650. Vol. in.

1. Duet (Adelina, Gualtieri), "Perma
. . . ahime" ; with trumpets, bassoons,
etc. " Angelo Tarchi." f . 2.

2. Scena and duet, " Se mai turbo";
with bassoons, e^c. [From "Alessandro
nelle Indie."] By the same. f. 22.

3. Duet, "Ho nel core " ; with harpsi-
chord, etc. Sung by Signori Penni
and Laschi [in "La Calamita de'
cuori," 1752]. " Galuppi." f . 48.

4. Duet (Dorina, Alfonso), "Che il mio
caro." " Pietro Guglielmi." f . 56.

5. Duet, " Sappi che al nascer" [from
"Giro riconosciuto "]. Anonymous.
f.88.

6. Trio, "Che ascoltai"; with flutes,
clarinets, horns, etc. [From ' ' Ifigenia



" Berenice," 1730]. " Francesco
Araja." f. 128.

11. Cavatina, "Per quel paterno am-
plesso " [from " Artaserse "]. Anony-
mous, f. 132.

12. "Voi leggete"; with harpsichord,
etc. [From " Zenobia."] " Giov.
Giorgio Lang." f. 138.

13. Recitative and aria, " Squarciami
pur," 1751; with horns, etc. "Do-
menico Terradellas." f. 151.

14. Recitative, "0 temerario Arbace,"
and aria, "Per quel paterno am-
plesso " ; with flutes, etc. [From
"Artaserse," 1768.] "A.Sacchini (?)."
f. 167.

15. " Oh Dio, mancar mi sen to " [from
"Adriano in Siria "]. " Niccolo
Conforti." f. 179.

16. " So che pieta " ; with flutes, horns,
etc. [From " Catone in Utica," 1770.]
"NicoloPiccini." Apparently written
for Anna Giacobina Salomon!, f . 185.



in Aulide," 1787.] "Cherubini."
f.96.

7. Trio, "Son prigioner"; with trum-
pets, etc. [From "Alessandro nelle
Indie."] "Angelo Tarchi." f. 104. i

8. Prayer and chorus, " La, dall' eterne
sfere " ; with bassoons, etc. Sung by
Gasparo Pacchierotti [in "I giochi
d' Agrigenti"], 1792. "Giovanni
Paisiello." f. 126.

9. Finale (Agnesina, Zon-zon, Gemi-
niano, etc.), "Nume terribile," 1772.
"Baldassar Galuppi d. Buranello."
f. 137.

10. Chorus, "Vieni, 6 Real Donzella"
[from " I giochi d' Agrigenti "], 1792.
"Giovanni Paisiello." f. 160.



Additional 31549, ff. 4-10.

Paper ; a.d. 1732. Oblong folio. Given by Aloys Fuchs to Dr. von Gassner,
of Carlsruhe, in 1842.

" Amor del gran Sancio " : concluding chorus (a 4), with accompani-
ment foi* strings, in score, from the opera " Sanzio " (sc. " Sancio Pansa "),
1732, by Antonio Caldara. Autograph, as attested by Aloys Fuchs.



OPERAS.



261



Additional 31595.

Paper ; ff. 82. a.d. 1732, etc. Oblong folio. Belonged to William Breton.

Sixteen arias and a duet (no. 17), with instrumental accompani-
ments for strings only (?) and a bass, occasionally figured, for harpsi-
chord, in score, by Johann Adolf Hasse (nos. 1-8) and other composers
(Italian) of the first half of the 18th cent.



1. " Non ha piu pace." f. 2.

2. " Sara vezzosa." f. 9.

3. "Non mi chiamar crudele." f. 13.

4. " Garo sposo, amato oggetto." f. 21.

5. " Luci belle, non i)iangete." f. 27.

6. "Vorrei goder." f. 31.

7. "Dal Labro tuo vezzoso." [From
" Semiramide," 1747.] f . 35.

8. " Voi che credete ai pianti"; dated
1732. f.39.

9. " Freddo improviso gelo " ; written
by " Domenico Sarro " for the Teatro
Argentina, 1732. f. 45.

10. "Parto, ti lascio, o cara " ; from
"Germanico," 1732. " [N. A.] Por-
pora." f. 51.

11. " Cbi vidde mai." " Egidio Duni."
f. 55.



12. "£ pur vezzoso." "Niccola Por-
pora." f. 59.

13. "Ah, non lasciarmi, no." [From
" Didone abbandonata," attributed
in pencil in the index to Porpora,
whose Opera of that name was
written about 1740.] f. 63.

14. "E foUia se nascondete." [From
"Catone in Utica," 1727.] "Leo-
nardo Vinci." f . 65.

15. " Sentirsi il petto accendere " ; from
"Gismondo" [? " Sigismondo," 1727].
By the same, f . 69.

16. "La fiamma che v' accende."
"Niccola Porpora." f. 73.

17. " Dimmi una volta addio " : duet.
" Leon" Vinci." f. 77.



Additional 14115.

Paper ; ff . 143. About 1738, 1734. Oblong foho.

Portions of two Operas, with symphonies and accompaniments for
horns, flutes, oboes, bassoons, and strings, and a figured bass for harji-
sichord, in score, by Nicolo Antonio Porpora. Autograph.



1. Acts ii and iii of "Mitridate" [1733].
Characters : Mitridate, Seniandra,
Sifare, Farnace, Ismene and Arcante.
f.l.



2. Actiiiof"Polifemo"[1734]. Charac-
ters : Polifemo, Aci, Galatea, Calipso,
Ulisse, and Nerea. f. 84.



Additional 31572, fi". 1-1 7 lb.

Paper; after 1734 (date of latest-known composition). Oblong quarto. The
MS. also contains part of a Cantata (above, p. 16).

Selections from Operas^ all (with one exception) by Handel, in
score. Unless the contrary is stated, they are arias, with symphonies
and accompaniments for strings. Almost all of them were published
by Walsh. Nos. 1-9, 11-22 (some described as "Additional Songs"),
46-50 (" Additional Songs ") are from " Ottone " [1722].

A note on f. lb by P[hilip] H[ayes], 1777, states that the MS. was
" written from the Author's Scores."

1. "Pur che regni il figlio amato"; 3. " Peusa ad amare." f . 6b.

with oboes, etc. f. 2. 4. " Del miuacciar del vento." f. 10.

2. " Ben che mi sia crudele." f . 4. j 5. Duet, " Notte cara." f. 14.



262



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



6. " Deir onda ai fieri moti." f. 18.

7. " Tanti affanni." f . 22.

8. "Vieni, o figlio." f. 24b.

9. "Alia fama dimmi 11 vero." f. 26b.

10. "A te, che sei sua sposa"; from
" Coriolano " [1723]. By Attilio
Ariosti. f. 30.

11. " Afiauni del pensier." f . 33b.

12. "Deh, nondir." f . 36b.

13. Duet, " A teueri affetti." f. 38b.

14. "Goder alma." f . 42.

15. "DoppoT orrore." f. 46.

16. "No, non temer." f . 50.

17. " Spera si, mi dice il core." f. 53.

18. " Tra queste care ombre." f . 56.

19. " Trema, tiranno." f. 58.

20. " La speranza e giunta in porto."
f . 61b.

21. " Tu puoi strazzarmi." f . 63b.

22. "D' innalzar i flutti." f. 66.
23-45. Twenty-tbree out of the twenty-
four arias and duets in "Flavio"



[1723], originally published by Walsh,
ff. 68b-138b.

46. " lo sperai trovar riposo." f . 139.

47. " Un disprezzato afietto." f . 141b.

48. " Di far le sue vendette." f. 144b.

49. "Cervo altier." f. 148.

50. " Vinto e 1' amor." f. 152.

51. "Mostratevi serene" [from " Am-
meto," 1726], wrongly described as
from " Alceste." f. 155.

52. "Volate piu dei venti " ; with
bassoons, oboes, etc. Here described
as " Additional Song in ' Admetus,' "
but originally in "Muzio Scevola"
[1721]. f. 156b.

53. "Dal labbro tuo vezzoso " ; from
the pasticcio, " Semiramis " [1733].
This is the only number in the collec-
tion which appears to be unpublished,
f. 161.

54. Trio, "Consolati, o bella"; from
"Orlando" [1732]. f. 166.



Additional 31577, ff. 42-49b.

Paper ; after 1734. Oblong folio.

Harpsichord arrangements from " Amadigi " and " Otho," by
Handel. See under Pianoforte Solos, in vol. iii.



Additional 14114.

Paper ; S. 152. a.d. 1735, etc. Oblong quarto.

Portions of three Operas, with symphonies and accompaniments for
oboes (in nos. 2 and 3), trumpets (in no. 3), strings, and a figured bass
for harpsichord, in score, by Porpora. Nos. 1, 2 are entirely a !«to</rap^,
as also most of no. 3.



1. Act ii of "Ifigenia [in Tauride] " ;
18-22 April, 1735. Characters: Ulisse,
Agamennone, Clitennestra, Ifigenia,
Calcante, Achille. f. 1.

2. Act ii of " Arianna e Teseo " [Vienna,
1714, and London, 1733]. Characters,



Alceste, Teseo, Arianna, Miuosse,
Tauride (?), Caribda. f . 40.
3. Act iii of "Sirbace" [? = " Eosbale,"
1736]. Characters: Sirbace, Lesbano,
Nirena, Eosbale, Astarbo, Eurene.
f. 99.



Additional 14205.

Paper ; ff. 271. After 1735. Oblong quarto.

'' Angelica ed Orlando " : Opera in 3 Acts, with symphonies and
accompaniments for trumpets, oboes, flutes, horns, and strings, in score,
by Gaetano Latilla, 1735. Characters : Angelica, Orlando, Macchione,
Quaquacchio, Medoro, Silvia, Lidia, Emilia, and Armindo.



OPERAS.



263



Additional 30838.

Paper ; ff. 192. About 1736 (date on cover). Oblong folio. Belonged in 1822
to T. Millar, of Grafton Street, and afterwards to J. H. Deane.

" Alessandro JSTeir Indie, Dramma Per Musica, Poesia Del Sig'
Pietro Metastasio, Poeta di 8. M. C. C, Musica Del Sig'" Gio. Adolfo
Hasse .... Maestro del Pio Ospital dell' Incurabili di Venezia " ; in
3 Acts, with symphonies and accompaniments for flutes, oboes, trombe
da caccia, and strings, in score. Characters : Poro, Gandarte, Timagene,
Alessandro, Erissena, and Cleofide. Performed at Dresden in 1731 as
" Cleofide."

Additional 17785, imsshn.

Paper ; after 1737 (see f. 103b). Small quarto. The MS. also contains Duets
(above, p. 64), Songs, Trios, Violin Solos, etc.

Airs (and other numbers indicated below) from French Operas.
Except where the contrary is stated, they are by Jean Baptiste Lully,
and unaccompanied. The bass, where given, is usually figured.



1. " Ritournelle " for 2 violins, with a
figured bass. f. 21.

2. "Poursuivons jusqu'autrepas": duet
from " Armide " [1686]. f. 34b.

3,4. " Le printems, quelquefois, est
moins doux," and " Que I'Amour a
d'attraits"; from " Atys " [1676].
ff. 35b, 36.

5,6. Two airs "pour les Egyptiens " ;
melody with bass only, from Act v of
"Isis" [1677]. ff.BSb, 37.

7-10. Instrumental numbers [for strings,
etc.'] from " Atys," viz. " Pdtournelle "
from Act iii ; another from Act v ;
"Meniiet du Prologue," and "Pre-
lude " from Act ii. ff. 37b, 63, 64, 65b.

11. A long scene, " Pteconnoissance
d'Oreste," beg. '.' C'est au pied du
rocher," with bass ; from " Iphig(5nie."
" [Andr6] Campra " and "[Henri]
Desmarest" [1704]. ff . 66-76b.

12. "Prelude," with strings, etc. ; from
Act V of "Isis." f. 77.

13. "Ritournelle," with strings, etc.;
from Act ii of " Atys." f. 79b.

14. " Le Branle de Forges," beg.
"Ecoutes mon ^nigme": described
as taken from " Le Divertissement
donne a S.A.S. madame la Duchesse
. . .a Forges, le 11 aoust, 1737," acted
by members of the French aristocracy,
whose names are given, f. 103b.

15. " Pour vous, quand il vous plaist " ;
from " Armide." f. 100.



16. " Le Soleil chasse les ombres";
from "Les Festes [de I'amour et] de
Bacchus " [1673 ?]. f. 106.

17, 18. Duet, " Quand le vent rit sur
I'onde," and air, " Noirs orages," with
bass ; from " Med6e et Jason " [by —
Salomon, 1713]. ff. 106b, 107b.

19. " Born6s vous vos desirs"; from
"Armide." f. 108.

20. " Heureux qui pent voir durivage,"
with a bass ; from " Phaeton" [1683].
f. 108b.

21. "Que pent de la raison"; from
" Achille [et Polyxene]," 1687, by Pas-
chal Colasse. f. 109b.

22. " Rossignols amoureux " ; from
"Hypolite et Aricie." By J. P.
Rameau. [1733.] f. 115b.

23. " Que tout TUnivers se pare," with
bass; from "Isis." f. 118.

24-28. "Ouverture," "Entree," Ga-
votte, "Marche," "Prelude," and
Chaconne, from "Roland" [1685].
The melody only. ff. 118b-122.

29. " Au milieu d'une paix profonde";
from the prologue to " Roland."
f . 122b.

30, 31. Two "Airs [de danse]," for
violins, with bass ; from " Isis."
ff. 123, 123b.

32-34. Two airs, "La beaute la plus
severe " and " L'himen seul ne stjaur-
oit plaire," and a duet, " D'une con.
stance extreme," with basses ; from



264



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



" Atys." All are preceded by sym-
phonies for flutes, etc. ff. 126-130.

35. "Quel bien dev6s vous attendre":
duet with bass, from "Isis." f. 130b.

36. "Prelude," for 2 instruments ; from
Act iv of " Atys." f. 131b.

37. 38. Two "Airs des Parques," for
violins and bass ; from Act iv of
"Isis." ff. 132b, 138b.

39, 40. "Entree des Nymphes," from
Act V, and "Prelude du prologue," of
"Atys" ; for 2 instruments, ff. 134,
135b.

41. " Ritournelle," for strings, etc. -^
from Act iii of ' ' Isis." f . 135b.

42. " Symphonic," for 2 instruments ;
from the prologue to " Atys." f. 136b.

43. ' ' Symphonic," for strings, etc. ; from
Act ii of " Isis." f. 137.

44. 45. "Ouverture" and "Prelude,"
for strings, etc. ; from Act i of " Atys."
fi. 146, 149.

46. " Regne, Amour, regne sur nos
ames " ; from " Tancrede." By Andre
Gampra. [1702.] f. 153b.

47, 48. Duet, "Dans nos climats," and
air, ' ' C'estl'Amour qui nous menace " ;
from "Roland." ff. 155b, 156b.

49. " Symphonic " forviolius (in unison)
and "Basse continue." Anonymous.
f . 157b.

50. Air, "Ah I quel tourment " ; from
"Roland." f . 158b.

51. "Ven^s, reconnoiss6s votre nouvel
Empire," with bass; from " Zephir
et Flore." By L. Lully and J. B.
Lully, jun. [1688.] f. 162.

52. "A quoi bon, tant de raison " ; frona
"Alceste" [1674]. f. 163.

53. " Heureuse mort," with bass ; from
" Bellerophon " [1679]. f. 163b.

54,55. " Folatrons," and " Je cherche
am^dire"; from"Psiche" [1678].
ff. 164b, 165.

56, 57. " Bergers, reiinissons nos voix,"
and "Quoiqu'un juste depit m'in-
spire," with bass; from "Zephir et
Flore." ff. 165, 165b.

68. ' ' Toi qui porte par tout," with bass ;
from "Atys." f. 169b.

59-61. "Entree de pastres " (melody
only), duet, " Viv6s en paix," and air,
"Ah! j'atteudrai longtems " ; from
"Roland." fi. 179b, 181b.



62-64. Three numbers from ' ' Atys," viz.
" Ritournelle " for strings, etc., from
Act iv ; " Entree de Phrygiens " ; and
" Second Air des Phrygiens," for 2
instruments, ff. 182, ib., 183.

65. "Air des Sj'lvains et des Satyres,"
with strings, etc. ; from " Isis." f. 183b.

66, 67. "Air pour les Nymphes de
Flore," and Gavotte ; from the pro-
logue to "Atys." ff. 184b, 185.

68. " Dieu d'Amour, pour nos Aziles,"
with strings; from " Hypolite et
Aricie." f. 190.

69. "Les plaisirs les plus doux," with
bass; from "Isis." f. 191b.

70. "Prelude. Le Sommeil," for flutes,
strings, cic. ; from "Atys." f . 192b.

71. 72. "Ritournelle" (from Act v) and
" Entreepour la Jeunesse," for strings,
etc. ; from "Isis." ff. 198b, 199b.

73, 74. Two numbers from "Atys," viz.
duet, " Allons, allons, accour6s tons,"
and " R6citatif a la loiiange du Roy,
Loiiis XIV," from the Prologue,
ff . 200, 200b.

75. Air for strings, etc.; from "Isis."
f. 201b.

76. "Dieu d'Amour, sous tes loix " ;
from "Le Jugement de Paris." By
T. Bertin de la Due. [1718.] f. 202.

77-80. Four numbers from "Isis," viz.
" Marche " from Act iii, "Ritour-
nelle" in F, and "Entree des For-
gerons," for strings, etc., and duet,
" Aim6s, profites du terns," with bass,
ff . 206-210.

81, 82. Two " Symphonies," for 2 oboes
with a " basse continue." Anonymous-
ff. 211, 212b.

83. " Ritournelle," apparently for 2
violins, f. 213.

84. " C'est dans nos flots " ; from "The-
tis et P^lee." By P. Colasse. [1689.]
f. 215.

85. "Non, non, nous n'aurons point de
bruit"; from "Cadmus [et Hermi-
oue," 1673.] f. 216b.

86. 87. Duet, " Ah 1 qu'il est beau,"
and trio, "Deesse des appas," with
the bass figured; from "Les Festes
de Bacchus " (sc. " Les fetes d'amour
et de Bacchus"). By Lully, 1672.
ff. 217, 218.



OPERAS.



265



Egerton 2488.

Paper ; fi. 177. About 1737-8. Oblong quarto. Belonged to Frederick Nicolay.

"IlVello d'oro, Opera"; in 3 Acts, with overture, symphonies,
and accompaniments for flutes, oboes, horns, trumpets, bassoons and
strings, and a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by Giovanni
Battista Pescetti, London, 173|-. Characters : JEito (sic), Medea,
Absirto, Giasone, Peleo, Ifite, Isipile, and a Naiad.



Paper ;



Additional 29370, ff. 33-U3 passim.
about 1737-1746. Quarto. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 65).



Incidental music, in full score, unless the conti'ary is stated, by



Dr. Thomas Augustine Arne.

1. "Music in ' Rosamond,' 1733 " ; con-
sisting of 6 songs and 3 duets. The
first song begins, "How unhappy is
he who is ty'd to a she." f. 33.

2. "Music in 'The Tempest'" [pub-
lished in 1746], consisting of the

- song, "Come unto these yellow
sands," and the Masque, in which



the characters are Juno, Ceres, Iris,
and Chorus of Nymphs, etc. Imper-
fect in the middle, f. 86.
3. "Sing and spread the joyfull news
around " : the last movement from
the last chorus in "The Judgment
of Paris " [published in 1740]. Auto-
graph, f. 112.



Additional 31604, passim.
Paper ; about 1739. Oblong folio. See also below, under Songs.

Two DUETS (nos. 1 and 2) and fifteen arias, with symphonies and
accompaniments for strings (and in no. 10 oboes also), and a bass,
occasionally figured, for harpsichord, in score. Apparently from
Operas, l)y Hasse and other Italian composers of the first half of the
18th century. Nos. 2-9 are by Johann Adolf Hasse ; and of these,
nos. 5-8 appear to have been performed at the San Giovanni Griso-
stomo theatre in 1739, nos. 5, 7, and 8 being described as " [Opera] 3a,"
and no. 6 as " [Opera] prima."



1. "E Puoi, Crudel, lasciarmi." "Leon
Vinci." f. 18.

2. "Deh, t' acchetta." f. 32.

3. " Almen la parca." f . 40.

4. "Digli ch' io son Pedele." [Prom
" Alessandro nell' Indie," 1731.] f. 43.

5. " Rendimi i lacci miei." f. 47.



at Padua in 1739. f. 72.

11. "Io veggio in lontananza." [Prom
"Dario."] There appears (see f . 1)
to have been a separate horn part to
this aria, f . 78.

12. " Quanto mai felici siete." [Prom
"Ezio," 1737.] By the same. f.84.



6. " L' atroce affanno." This and no. 7 i 13. " Ritorna al caro bene"; sung by



were sung by Faustina [Hasse]. f . 51.

7. "Si, quel ferri." f. 55.

8. " Non scherzar cosi." f. 59.

9. "Spesso tra vaghe rose"; sung by
Parinelli. f. 63.

10. " Tormento il piu crudele." This
and no. 11 were composed by " Gio.
Battista Lampugnani," and performed



[From ' ' La cameriera
" Andrea Bernasconi."



Faustina,
accorta."]
f. 88.
14. " Su quelle Luci." This and nos.
15, 16, are also by Bernasconi, and
were performed at the San Giovanni
Grisostomo theatre in 1739, being
described as " [Opera] 2'^^" f. 92.



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



15. " Cara madre, io riconosco." f. 96.

16. " Nou ho iu petto " ; sung by Faus-
tina, f. 100.



17. "Dille che si consoli." [From
"Achillo in Sciro," 1739.] " Pietro
Chiarino." f. 104.



Additional 31601, 31602.

Paper ; 2. 112, 118. After 1739. Oblong folio. Belonged to B[enjamin]
Stillingfleet, and afterwards to [Dr.] Philip Hayes.

Collection of arias, etc., from Oj^eras, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for strings and a bass (occasionally figured) for harpsichord,
in score. In two volumes.



Add. 31601. Vol. L

1. "Per quell' affetto." From " Arta-
serse" [1730]. "Leonardo Vinci."
f.2.

2. "Lo sposo va a morte." " Gio.
Adolfo Hasse." f. 8.

3. "Fissa nei squardi miei." By the
same. f. 15.

4. " Gia che ui place, 6 Dei." "Gio.
Battista Pergolese." f. 21.

5. " Idol mio, nel caso amaro." " Gaet-
tano Lattilla, 1739." f. 27.

6. " Garo, son tua." [From " L' Olim-
piade," 1735.] "Pergolese." f. 33.



7. "Se mai perdete 1' Idol." " Dauid
Perez." f. 39.

8. Duet, " Ne' giorni tuoi felici." [From
" L' Olimpiade."] " Pergolese, 1735."
f.44.

9. " Se troua ritegno." From " Ne-
rone"[1735]. " Egidio Duni." f . 50.

10. " Dal sen del caro sposo." [From
"Vologeso."] " Rinaldo di Capua,
1739." f. 56.

11. " Tutte le piu vezzose armi." By
[G. M.] Orlandini (see index on f. 1).
f. 62.



Nos. 12-17 are by Gaetano Latilla, dated 1738, Rome: nos. 15
and 17, and presumably also the others, are from "Don Calascione "
(see Le Delizie delV opera, vol. vi).



12. "Ah, frenate 11 pianto." f. 68.

13. " Suela, se m' ami." f. 72.

14. "Sol duericordi." f . 78.

15. "Cola, sul praricello " (sc. prati-
ceUo). f.81.

16. " Non son di quelle." f. 87.

Add. 31602. Vol. IL

1. "Benche turbar si tieda." [From
"Vologeso."] Rome, 1739. f. 3.

2. " Caro sposo, amato oggetto." [From J
" CajoFabrizio," 1731.] " Gio. Adolfo
Hasse." f. 15. ,

3. "Deh, se placer mi uuoi." From i
"La clemenza di Tito." [1738.] By
the same. f. 21.

4. " Luci belle." [From " Vologeso."]
" Rinaldo di Capua, 1739." f . 25.

b. " Per quel paternoamplesso." [From
" Artaserse."] " Leon" Vinci." f. 31.

6. " Quando sara quel di." From
"La clemenza di Tito." "Adolfo



17. " Signor Pancrazio." f.92.

18, 19. Scenes viii and ix [from
"Vologeso"], including the aria,
" Ombra che pallida." " Rinaldo di
Capua." Rome, 1739. ff. 98, 109.



Hasse." f.35.

7. " Reca la pace in dono." By the
same. f. 43.

8. " Se troppo crede al ciglio." [From
"Alessandro nelle Indie," 1729.]
"Leonardo Vinci." f. 49.

9. " Superbo di me stesso." [From
"L' Olimpiade."] 1735. " Gio. Bat-
tista Pergolese." f . 55.

10. "Se a m^ torranno i Dei." From
" Caio Fabricio." " Gio. Adolfo
Hasse." f. 61.

11. " Scieglier fra mille." [From " Te-
mistocle."] " Leonardo Leo." f. 67.



OPERAS.



267



12. " Sul mio cor." [From " Adriano
in Siria," 1734.] By Pergolese (see
index at f. 2). f . 73.

13. " Sentirsi dire dal caro bene."
[From " Semiramide riconosciuta,"
1729.] By Leonardo Vinci, f. 81.

14. " Torbido in volto." From " L'
Olimpiade." " Gio. Battista Bergo-
lese " [1735]. f. 89.



15. " Tu di saper procura." [From the
same Opera.] f. 95.

16. "Vo'sperar; ti ueggo." " Rinaldo
da Capua." Rome, 1739. f. 101.

17. "Vedil'amatafiglia." "Gio.Adolfo
Hasse." f. 107.

18. "Vedrai morir costante." By the
same. f. 113.



Paper; 3.188.
F. Smee.



Additional 34004.

After 1739 (see f. 31). Oblong octavo. From the collection of



Collection of airs, duets, choruses (frequently with one of the parts
omitted), etc., from dramatic works by French composers of the end of
the 17th and the first half of the 18th centuries. Only the vocal parts
are given, which, in the case of the concerted numbers, are in score,
but without accompaniment. The selections are mostly divided into two
series, the second (f. 107) supplying deficiencies in the first.



1. Eighteen scenes or numbers from
"Isis" [1677]. By Jean Baptiste
Lully. Differing considerably from
the copy of "Isis" in Add. 16045
(above, p. 2.37). ff. 1-25, 107-116.

2. " Goutons bien les plaisirs " (a 2),
"Dans ces deserts paisibles " (solo),
and "Les oiseaus vivent sans con-
trainte " (a 2) ; from the " Grotte de
Versaille " (sc. " L'Eglogue de Ver-
sailles "). By the same. [1685.]
ff. 25b, 116, 116b.

3. Sixteen numbers or scenes from
"Phaeton." By the same. [1683.]
ff. 26b-30b, 117b-128b.

4. Ten "Airs des 'Festes d'H6be ' ou
' les Talens Liriques.' " By Jean
Philippe Rameau. [1739.] ff. 31-36,
129-131b.

5. Seven ' ' ' Airs D' ' Acis et Galatee.' "
By Lulli. [1686.] ff. 36b-39, 132-136.

6. Eighteen airs from " Iss6." ByAndrd
Cardinal Destouches. [1697.] ff. 39b-
57b, 136-144.

7. Twelve airs from "Tancrede." By
Andre Campra. [1702.] ff. 58-65b,
144b-149.

8. Four airs, " Par d'innocens plaisirs,"
"Amants heureux," "Dans les Con-
certs," and "Dans L'horreur d'une
nuit terrible " ; from "Ihphigenie [en
Tauride]." By the same and Henri
Desmarets. [1704.] ff. 66, 66b, 149b,



150.

9. " Ten numbers or scenes from
"Idomene[e]. By Campra. [1712.]
ff.67-72, 105b (?— an air, " Gloire
brillaute"). 150b-152b, 183-184b.

10. Nine numbers from "Hippolyte
et Aricie." By Rameau. [1733.]
ff. 72b-70b, 152b-161.

11. Two airs, "A L'amour offrez tons
vos voeux" and " Enchantez mes
Regards"; from the Ballet " [Le
triomphe] des Sens." "[Joseph]
Mouret." [1732 (?).] ff . 77, 77b.

12. Four airs, " L'onde se presse,"
"Jeunes coeurs," " Le heros que
j'attends," and " C'est la saison
d'aimer " ; from "Alceste." By
Lully. [1674.] ff . 78b, 79, 162, 163b.

13. " Air, " Revenez, amours, and three
duets or 2-part choruses, "L'amour
plaist," "Les plus rudes chaisnes,"
and" Que nos prairies serontfleuries."
[From "Th6s6e," 1675.] By the
same, ff . 79, 81, 81b, 164.

14. Twenty numbers or scenes from
"Atis." By the same. [1676.] ff.82-
89, 166-177.

15. Eighteen "Airs d' ' Armide [et Re-
naud']." By the same. [1686.]
ff . 89b-105, 177-182b.

16. Air, "Ma chere Liberie"; from
"Proserpine." By the same. [1680.]
f. 161.



268



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 14119.

Paper ; ff. 97. About 1740. Oblong folio.

" DiDONE " : Acts ii and iii, with symphonies and accompaniments
for oboes, trumpets, and strings, and a figured bass for harpsichord, in
score. [By Porpora, about 1740.] Autograi^h. Characters: larba,
Araspe, Selene, Didone, Osmida, and Enea.



Additional 31596.

Paper ; ff. 125. About 1740. Oblong folio.

Operatic duets, with accompaniments for strings and a bass,
occasionally figured for harpsichord, in score.

"Merope."] 1740. " Gios" Scar-
latti." f.61.

10. " Ascoltami, 6 Caro" (Dorinda and
Flavio) ; from an Opera performed at
the Teatro della Valle, 1740. "Ri-
naldo di Capua." f. 73.

11. "Seviuer non poss' io." "Nicola
Porpora." 1732. f. 81.

12. " Cara, addio ; niorir mi sento."
"Gio. Porta." f. 93.

13. " Semai turbo iltuoriposo." [From
"Alessandro uelle Indie."] 1730.
" Leonardo Vinci." f. 99.



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