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14. " Dimmi una volta addio." By the
same. f. 106.

15. " Ritorna a questo seno." "Porta."
1731. f. 114.

16. " Pensa che rea son io" (Vitellia
and Sesto). [From "La Clemenza
di Tito."] "DomenicoSarro." f.ll8.



1. " Tu non rispondi." By G. B. Per-
golesi. f . 2.

2. "Tu vuoi ch' io viua." [From
"Artaserse," 1730.] "Leonardo
Vinci." f. 8.

3. " E vuoi con dure tempre." [? From
"Rosaura," 1736.] " Dom" Sarro."
f.l6.

4. "Carosposo, Idoloamato." " Fran-^"
Feo." f.24.

5. "Sappi che al nascer mio." [Prom
"Giro riconosciuto," 1737.] " Ri-
naldo di Capua." f. 30.

6. "Volgi a me le vaghe ciglia." "Gio.
Battista Pergolese." f . 38.

7. "Non pensar, Idolo mio." " Ri-
naldo di Capua." f. 44.

8. "Per unmomento almeno." [From
"Ricimero."] 1740. " Niccol6 Jum-
melli." f.51.

9. "Parti da me, spietato." [From



Additional 31504, passim.

Paper ; after 1740. Folio. See also below, under Songs.

Arias and a duet, from operas by Handel, Porpora, etc., with a
figured bass for harpsichord, in score.



1. " Sommi dei, se giusti siete," as sung
by Benedetto Michelli. [From " Ales-
sandro uelle Indie," about 1730.]
"Porpora." f. 5.

2. "Sono amante"; from " Ormisda."
"Capelli." f.9.

3. "Prima al fonte " ; from " Rada-
misto." By the same. f. 10b.

4. "Timidapastorella." [?From"Ade-
laide," 1723.] "Porpora." f . 20b.



5-8. " Ti lascio, m' inuolo," " Consig-
liando un bel orgoglio," " Cor di vilta
nudrito," and " A^engo a darti " ;
from " Lucio Papirio," attributed in
the index to " L. A. Predieri " [1715].
ff. 26b, 28b, 30, 32b.

9-11. " Amante esposa," "Lacostanza,"
and " Con disperato sdegno " ; from
"Astartus." " Bononcini." ff. 35b,
36b, 37b.



OPERAS.



269



12. "Voloil mio sangue a spargere " ;
from " Radamiisto." "Nicola Por-
pora." f. 58b.

13. "Quanto bello agl' occhi miei."
By the same. f. 59b.

14. "Nobir onda." [? From "Ade-
laide."] By the same. f. 63.

15. " Quel cor che mi donasti " ; from
"Petro d' Aliberti." By the same,
f. 64b.

16-18. " Rendi '1 sereno al ciglio," "In
mille dolci modi," and "Sincere af-
fetto"; from "Sosarme" [1732],
"Handle." ff. 67b, 68, 70b.

19. "Nou sarei tusventurata." [From
"Alessandro nelle Indie," 1731.]
"Hasse." f. 71b.

20. " Alzo al nolo di mia fama" ; from
" Radamistus " [1720]. " Handel."
f. 75b.

21-23. " Vedro piu liete," " Scherza in
mar," and " Arnia la sguardo," with
accompaniments for violin and bass ;
from "Lotharius" [1729]. By the
same. ff. 76b, 78, 79b.

24-26. "Ombra cara" (with bassoon
obbligato), " Straggi morti " (with
trumpet obbligato), and " Cara sposa,
amato bene " ; from " Radamistus."
By the same. If. 80b, 81b, 83.

27. " Sommo Rettor del Chielo " (sic) ;
from " Lotario," Act ii, sc. 10. By
the same. f. 84.

28. "Madre, pagasti"; from " Tolo-
meo," Act iii [1728.] By the same.



f. 86b.

29. " Fur[i]e del crud' averno " ; from
"Lotario." By the same. f. 89.

30. "E troppo bella"; from "Rada-
misto," 1723. " Porpora." f . 90.

31. 32. "Senti il fato," and "Alto
Giove"; from " Polypheme." Sung
by Farinelli. By the same. ff. 104b,
106b.

33. "Surge (sic) infausta una procella " ;
from "Orlando" [1732]. Sung by
Montagnana. "Handel." f. 107b.

34-36. "Dolci fresche aurette," "Nel at-
tendere il mio bene," and "Lusingato
dalla speme " ; from " Polypheme."
Sung by Farinelli. "Porpora."
ff. 108b, 109b, 110b.

37. " Caro, ti dono impegno il cor":
duet, from "Pastor Fido " [1712].
Sung by Carestini and Signora Strada.
" Handel." f. 112.

38. " D' instabile fortuna " ; from " Lo-
tharius." Sung by Fabri. By the
same. f. 114.

39. " Se al ciglio lusinghiero." Sung
by Farinelli. " [J. A. Hasse, il] Sas-
sone." f. 122.

40. "La sorte mia tirranna." [From
" Siroe," 17.33.] By the same. f. 123b.

41. 42. " Credi tu di lusingarmi," and
"Questo pallore " ; with 2 strings.
" Jeminiano G[i]acomelli." ff. 124b,
126b.

43. " Vol che credette" (sic). "Hasse."
f. 127b.



Additional 16043, 16044.

Paper ; ff. 94, 172. After 1741. Small oblong folio.

" Demofoonte " : Opera in 3 Acts, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for oboes, horns, and strings, in score, by Leonardo Leo
[1741 J. Characters : Demofoonte, Dircea, Matusio, Timante, Creusa,
Cherinto, Adrasto, and Olinto.



Additional 14113.

Paper ; ff. 130. About 1742. Oblong folio.

" La Rosmene " : Opera in' 3 Acts, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for oboes and strings, and a figured bass for harpsichord, in
score, by Porpora, 1742. jMostly autograph, with numerous additions,
evidently in the hand of the composer's amanuensis. Characters :



270 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Tirinto, Argenio, Rosmene, Clomiri, and Imeneo. There are gaps at
the ends of Acts i and ii, and after f. 90 (? 9 leaves).

Additional 31700.

Paper ; ff. 113. a.d. 1743. Oblong folio.

" IssiPiLE " : Opera in 3 Acts, with symphonies and accompaniments
for oboes, horns, and strings, and a figured bass for harpsichord, in
score. By John Christopher Smith, 1743. Not performed till 1746.
Autograph. Characters : Issipile, Giasone, Learco, etc.

Additional 31619-31624.

Paper ; about 1744, etc. Oblong folio. Belonged to Francis Cockerell.

Selections from Italian Operas performed at Rome and elsewhere
in Italy in, and shortly before, 1744, with instrumental symphonies
and accompaniments, in score. Instruments other than strings
employed in the orchestra are indicated below. The collection was
apparently made by John Belli.

31619. Vol. I (ff. 139). " Arie Diuerse Dell' ' Olimpiade ' " [1737],
by Leonardo Leo, with oboes, horns, etc.



1. " Quel destrier." f . 2b.

2. " Del destin non ui lagnate." f. 15.
8. "Tu di saper procura." f. 21.

4. "Mentre dormi amor." f. 28.

5. " Ne' giorni tuoi felici " : duet,
f. 85b.

6. " Apportator sou io." f. 49b.

7. "Grandi, e uer." f . 58b.

8. " Che non mi disse." f. 64.



9. " Siam naui all' onde." f. 69b.

10. " Gemo in uu punto." f. 86.

11. " Caro, son tua." f. 101.

12. " Son qual per mare." f. 106b.
18. " Non so donde uiene." f. 118b.

14. " Deh, s' ai pietade." f. 123b.

15. "Lo seguitai felice." f. 126b.

16. " Di modestia quel rossore.
f. 132b.



31620. Vol. II (ff. 93). " Ouertura ed Arie Diuerse Dell' ' Adriano
in Siria'" [1734], by Giovanni Battista Pergolese ; with oboes, horns,
trombe da caccia, etc.



1. "Dal labro che t' accende." f. 15b.

2. " Sprezza il furor." f . 21.



6. " Splenda per uoi." f. 57b.

7. "Tutti nemici." f . 64b.



3. " Sul mio cor." f. 33b. 8. " Leon piagato a morte." f. 67b.

4. " Chi soffre senza pianto." f. 44b. I 9. " L' estremo pegno " : duet. f. 81.

5. "Lieto cosi." f. 51.

31621. Vol. Ill (ff. 174). "Bologna, 1741. Arie diuerse Dell'
' Ezio,' " by Nicolo Jommelli ; with overture, symphonies and accom-
paniments for oboes, horns, trumpets, etc. The vocal numbers are : —



1. "Se tulareggi." f . 15b.

2. " Pensa a serbarmi." f. 28b.

3. "Caro Padre, a me non dei." f. 33b.



7. " Cara, se un core." f. 74.

8. _" Va, dal furor portata." f. 79.

9. " Lasciami, 6 ciel." The words are



4. " II Nocchier che si figura." f. 40. from Metastasio's " Zenobia." f. 91.



5. " Quanto mai felici." f. 56.



6. " Se pouero il ruscello." f. 62. 11. " Pinche per te mi timido." f. 103.



10. "Nasce al bosco." f. 96b.



OPERAS.



271



12. " Voglio rigor " : trio. f. 110.

13. "Peui tu per vn' ingrata." The
strings in the accompaniment are
divided into two " cori," sc. orches-
tras, f. 128.

14. " So che di sdegno acceso." f. 140.



15. " Per tutto il timore." f. 150b.

16. " Tergi 1' ingivste lagrime." f. 157.

17. "In braccio a mille affani." The
words from Metastasio's " Semira-
mide," set to music by Jommelli in
1742. f. 162.



31622. Vol. IV (ff. 141). " Sinfonia eel Arie diuerse Del ' Dario,' "
with oboes, trumpets, horns, etc., by Giuseppe Scarlatti. The arias
are : —



1. " Non quando irato." f. 15.

2. ''Per me non spunta il giorno."
f.29.

3. " Chi di piacer non muore." f. 37.

4. " Serbami il primo affetto." f. 43.

5. " Lo so che ti spiace." f . 49.

6. '' Tra la procella infesta." f. 54b.

7. " Dirti vorrei, ma che ? " f. 70.

8. "Chi ti consiglia." f . 74.



9. "Fiero, sorge." f. 80b.

10. "Lo sapete, amati rai." f. 97.

11. " Care luci del mio bene." f. 103.

12. "lo veggio in lontananzavnraggio."
f. 110.

13. " Dopo la rea stagione." f. 116.

14. " Se esce con furia." f. 126.

15. "Non 6 uer ; non fii permesso."
f. 137.



31G23. Vol. V (ff. 136). " Scelta D'Arie di Diversi."

1. " Luci Belle, se Piangete " ; probably '" Leonardo Leo." f. 75
from "Campaspe," 1740. " Gio.
Battista Casali." f. 8.

2. " Beuche Innocente sia " ; apparently
from " Demofoonte," though the
words are not in Metastasio's play of
that name, from which the other
songs given below (nos. 5, 7, 13-15),
are taken. "Andrea Beruasconi,
1741." f. 8.

3. " Nel mio Periglio Estremo " ; with
horns, ohoes, etc. "Giuseppe Sellitti,
1742." f. 15.

4. " Caro mio ben, Perdona"; from
' ' Candace " (?). " Gio. Battista Lam-
pugnani, 1740." f. 27.

5. "Parto; La sorte Irrata " ; from
"Demofonte," 1741. "Andrea Ber-
nascone." f. 33.

6. "In mar di tauti affauui." By the
same. Turin, 1743. f. 41.

7. "Per Lei Fra L'armi " ; with horns,
trumpets, oboes, e^c. From " Demo-
fonte." By the same. f. 46.

8. "L' Amor mi Consiglia"; with
horns, etc. " Giovan Batista Casali."
f. 61.

9. "Deh, se piacer mi vuoi." [From
" La Clemenza di Tito," 1735.]

" Scelta D'Arie Diverse."

" Giovacchino Cocchi." Rome, 1743



10. " Non so con dolce moto." "Nicola
Jommelli." f. 79.

11. "Mie Pupillette vaghe." By the
same. Naples, 1740. f . 83.

12. " Del mio teuace affetto." " Giro-
lamo Abos." Naples, 1742. f. 87.

13. " Gia che in vita " ; with horns,
oboes, etc. [From " Demofoonte."]
"Andrea Bernasconi." Rome, 1741.
f. 98.

14. "La Destra ti chiedo": duet,
from the same opera. By the same,
f. 103.

15. " Se tutt' i mali miei"; from the
same opera. By the same, f . 110.

16. "Tu me da me diuide." [From
" L' Olimpiade," 1737.] " Leonardo
Leo." f. 116.

17. " Contro vn core Innamorato."
By the same. f. 120.

18. "Se pria morir degg' io " : duet
[from " Ambleto " ?]. " [Giuseppe]
Carcani." Venice, 1742. f. 124.

19. "Leggi, osserua." "Matteo Ca-
pranica." f. 130.

20. "Tu di saper procura." [From
" L' Olimpiade," 1737.] " Leonardo
Leo." f.l33.



31624. Vol. VI (ff. 204).

1, 2. " Timida Pastorella," and " Nobil'
onda " ; the latter with horns, oboes,
etc. [Probably from " Adelaide."]



ff.3, 8.
3. " L' onda dal mar Divisa." [From



272



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



" Artaserse," 1737.] " Dom" Terra-
dellas." Venice, 1744. f. 20.

4. " Se del Fiume altera L' onda " ;
with horns, etc. [From ' ' Artaserse."]
" Gennaro Manna." f. 26.

5. "Da Rio Punesto Turbine." " Gio.
Battista Pergolese." f. 42.

6. " Dille che si consoli." [From
"AchiUe in Sciro."] " Niccolo Jo-
mella" (sc. Jommelli). Turin, 1743.
f.49.

7. "Che Orrore, o Dio." " Vincenzo
Ciampi." Naples, 1743. f. 55.

8. "Benche ti sia crudel." [From
" Galatea."] " Gennaro Manna."
Naples, 1743. f. 61.

9. " Bramar di Perdere." [From " Ar-
taserse."] By the same. Naples,
1743. f. 67.

10. Scena with aria, " Ah, di furor " ;
from "Arianna e Teseo." "Gio.
Battista Casali." ff. 74, 82b.

11. "Ognor tu fosti il mio." [From
"Giro riconosciuto."] " Jomella."
Bologna, 1744. f. 90.

12. "Cara, ti lascio ; addio." "Leo-
nardo Leo." Turin, 1744. f.95.

13. " Deh, respirar Lasciatemi." [From
" Artaserse," 1737.] " Domenico
Terradellas." Venice, 1744. f. 101.

14. " Conservati Fedele." [From the
same opera.] By the same. f. 106.

15. "Fra mille furori"; with horns,
oboes, etc. [From "Giro riconos-
ciuto."] "Nicola Jommelli." f. 111.

16. " Se d' vn Amor Tiranno." [From



" Artaseise," 1737.] " Domenico
Terradellas." f. 124.

17. " Par che di giubilo 1' alma deliri."
[From " Giro riconosciuto."] " Jom-
elli." f. 1.30.

18. " Non ho piu pace " ; with flutes,
horns, etc. By the same. Bologna,
1742. f . 134.

19. " Ah, qvel core " ; with horns, etc.
Anonymous, f. 142.

20. " Si, tutto per Lei." " Giuseppe
Orlandini." f. 150.

21. " Son confusa Pastorella." [From
" Alessandro Nelle Indie."] Anony-
mous, f. 154.

22. " Se possono tanto." [From the
same opera.] " Giuseppe Santarelli."'
f . 160.

23. " La bella Irene " ; with horns,
flutes, etc. From "Baiazet, 1743."
" Andrea Bernasconi." f. 166.

24. " Se viuer non poss' io"; with
flute. [From " Gleofide" or "Ales-
sandro nelle Indie," 1731.] " Han-
dolfo {sc. Johann Adolf] Hasse."
f. 172.

25. Recitative (Onoria) and aria,
" Finche vn Zeffiro." [From " Ezio,"
1754.] "Giuseppe Scarlatti." Pos-
sibly autograph, ff. 177, 181.

26. " Quanto mai felici siete." [From
the same opera.] By the same. f. 192.

27. " Basta cosi " ; with horns, etc.
[From "Giro riconosciuto."] "Nicolo
Jommelli." f.l98.



Additional 32144.

Paper ; ff. 196. About 1744. Oblong folio.

" Antigono : Dramma per Musica rappresentato nel Regio Elettoral
Teatro. . .Dresda. . .mdccxliv. . .dal S"^ Giovanni Adolfo Hasse " ; in
3 Acts, with symphonies and accompaniments for horns, oboes, flutes,
bassoons, and strings, in score. Two arias are omitted from Act ii.
Characters : Ismene (Signora Negri), Berenice (Signora Faustina Hasse),
Demetrio (Signer Annibali), Antigono (Signor AmorevoK), and
Alessandro (Signor Bindi).



Egerton 814-817, passim.

Paper ; after 1744. Small folio. See also below, under Songs.

Numbers from Operas, without accompaniment ; taken from a
collection of scurrilous poHtical songs, arranged in chronological order.



OPERAS.



273



which probably included other operatic songs, besides those given
below. The alternative dates added in square brackets are taken from
King's MSS. 330-337.



Egerton 814. Vol. I.

1. " L'amour disoit en Golere," 1653;
to the air " L'amouu plait" [from
"Th6s6e," by J. B. Lully, 1675].
f. 153b.

2. "Jadis Constance," 1659; to the
air " Le marais," described in
Egerton 1520, f. 16 (above, p. 258),
as " I'ouuerture du grand ballet."
f. 187b.

8. " Vn Jour la Lionne," 1659 ; to the
air " Depech6s, prepares les Lieux,"
from " Psich6 " [by J. B. Lully, 1678].
f . 191b.

4. "Louvigny, ton air," 1660 ; possibly
from an Opera entitled "Joconde."
f . 200.

5. " Souverain juge de La police."
The air given is from " Th6see," by
Lully. f . 256.

6. " La Laval a dans I'oeil," 1666 ; to
an air ["I'eutr^e des Plaisirs "] from
" Le Triomphe de L'amour" [by
J. B. Lully, 1681]. f . 274b.

7. Dialogue, " Je vais passer en Angle-
terre," 1666 [sc. 1676 ; from "Cadmus
et Hermione," by the same, 1673 —
see Egerton 1520, f. 26]. f. 285.

8. " C'est los Balbases"; to the air
"C'est le Dieu des Eaux " [from
" Isis," by the same, 1677]. f. 356b.

9. " Enfin, graces au Seigneur," 1671 ;
to the air "Enfin, graces au depit,"

Egerton 815. Vol. II.

1. " Vous paroissez chagrin," 1692 ; to
an air from " L'Isle." f. 34.

2. " Enfin mes creauciers," 1697. For
the air, see Eg. 814, f. 366b. f. 134.

3. " Gassion, que le Ciel a fait naitre,"
1699. The air given is from " Le
triomphe de l'amour," by J. B. Lully,
1686. f. 149b.

4. "Dialogue, beg. "Pource Merval,"
1705: described as " Parodie de la

Egerton 816. Vol. III.

1. " Pendule est morte," 1712 ; to the
air " Alceste est morte." Anony-
mous. Different from the setting of
II



from "Alceste" [by the same, 1674].
f. 366b.

10. " Parodie d'une scene de I'opera
de ' Armide,' 1671 [or rather ' Bel-
lerophon,' 1679]," beg. " Que ce
salon se change " ; to be sung to
Amisodar's air ["Que ce jardin," by
J. B. Lully]. f. 869b.

11. " Malgre tant de Neige," 1675 ; to
the air " Malgr6 tant d'orage," from
"Alceste" [by J. B. Lully, 1674].
f . 390.

12. " Italienne de nation," 1677 ; to
the air " Trauquilles Coeurs " [from
" Le Triomphe de 1' amour," by the
same], f. 405b.

13. "Pauvre Vranie," 1688 [1684] ;
from " Amadis " [? by the same],
f. 448b.

14. "Dechir6s vos Cornettes," 1688;
to an air described as " Ronde du
' Concert ridicule.' " f. 459.

15. " Courtebonne est riche," 1688 ;
from "Roland" [? by J. B. Lully,
1685]. f.463.

16. " Luxembourg croit," 1688 ; to the
air of the " [chceur] des trembleurs"
[from "Isis," Act iv, scene 1, by the
same, 1677]. f. 471.

17. " Ma Foy, voire Galath^e," 1690 ;
from "[Acis et] Galatee"[?by the
same, 1686]. f. 486.



huitieme scene de ' Thes6e ' " [by J. B.
Lully, 1675]. f. 331b.

5. "Ah, que le v ," 1705; to the

air " les Trembleurs d' ' Isis,' "
(c/. Eg. 814, no. 16). f. 349.

6. " De cet Opera," 1706 ; to the " Air
des Matelots," in "Alcionne" [by
Marin Marais]. f. 361.

7. "Medavi se plaint," 1706. Same
air. f. 361b.



those words in J. B. Lully's Opera
"Alceste." f. 207.
2. " Quel plaisir sur I'onde," 1712 ; to

T



274



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



the same air as Eg. 814, no. 16.
f. 218b.

3. " J'ay tout perdu," 1712; from "Le
Rigodon de ' Galat^e ' " [by J. B.
LuUy, 1686]. f. 222b.

4. "Roy Sifl6," 1713 (on Roy the
librettist, and A. C. Destouches the
composer, of the opera " Caliroe ") ;
to the air of the musette in that



work. f. 305b.

5. " En vain la Monasterolle," 1715 ;
to the same air as Eg. 814, no. 1.
f. 395.

6. " Philippes en ses desseins," 1720;
to the " Air de la Comedie de
' Cartouche,' " beg. " Zeste, zeste,
zeste." f. 475.



Egerton 817.



Vol. IV.



1. " Soyes assur^e de ma Flam[m]e,"
1724; to an air ["Ah, Phaeton"] in
the Opera "Phaeton" [by J. B. LuUy,
1683]. f. 17.

2. "Vilain Cain," 1724; to the air of
" J'avois cent francs" [taken from a
rigaudon in "Acis et Galat6e," by
the same], f. 30.

3. " Jouir de ce qu'on aime"; to the
air "Quel plaisir " [from " Thes6e,"
by the same], f. 39.

4. "Jupiter par sa puissance," 1724;
to the air of the musette in "Cali-
roh6 " [by A. C. Destouches]. f. 46.

5. "Dans mon Enfance," 1726; to the
air ' ' Cabin Caha " [from a Divertisse-
ment by J. J. Mouret]. f. 94.

6. "En Docteur amy," 1727; to the
air of the tambourin iu " Pirame et
Thisb6 " [by F. Rebel, jun., and P.
Francoeur, 1726]. ff. 119b, 123.

7. "Au genereux Dulis," 1730: de-
scribed as " Parodie de I'Opera de
' Roland ' [by J. B. Lully], qui com-
mence ' Au Genereux Roland.' "
f. 165.

8. "Vous nous Faites une Epoque " ;
to the same air as Eg. 814, no. 16.
f. 168b.

9. "Que Ton doit etre content," 1731;
the words and music adax:)ted from
"Thez6e" [by J. B. Lully]. f. 183b.

10. "On peut bien," 1731 [1732]; to
the air "De I'amour tout subit "
[from a ballet in " Le Triomphe des
Sens," by J. J. Mouret, 1732]. f. 254.

11. " Gaudeamus. Cet opera m'eveille,"
1732 ; to the air of the tambourin
in "Jepht6" [by M. Monteclair,
1732]. f.264b.

12. "Toy qui fis bruler la poudre,"
1734 ; to the same air as Eg. 814,
no. 1. f. 349b.



13. "Nous avons tous deux," 1735; to
the air "Nous vivons dans I'inno-
cence," from "Jepht6" [by M.
Monteclair]. f. 350b.

14. "La surprise de Broglie," 1735
[1734] ; to the same air as Eg. 814,
no. 16. f. 376b.

15. "Je n'aime que la Liberty," 1735;
to the same air as no. 10. f. 382.

16. " Confessc's vous," 1736; to an air
described as " la parodie de ' La Cher-
cheuse d'Esprit ' " [the title of an
opera written by — Favart in 1741].
The air is identical with the minuet
in " Les Indes galantes " [by J. P.
Rameau, 1735], to which this song
is directed to be sung in King's 337
(ff. 111b, 184b). f . 394.

17. "Ais je si fort tort,"' 1738 [1746];
to the air of the polonaise in the
same Opera, f. 441.

18. " Vn prelat avare," 1738 ; to an air
described as a parody from the same
Opera, f . 442b.

19. "Dans ce Convent," 1738; to an
air in "Castor et Pollux" [by the
same, 1737]. f. 444.

20. "Quand Boufleurs parut," 1738;
to the same air as no. 10. f. 444b.

21. "Au lieu d'un galant ouvrage,"
1738; to the air " Jeunes fleurs," in
"Les Indes galantes" [by J. P.
Rameau]. f. 445b.

22. "Mon honueur alloit Faire Nauf-
frage," 1739; to an air ["Notre
espoir "] in "Persee" [by J. B.
Lully, 1682]. f . 457b.

23. "Le joly menuet," 1739; to the
air of the minuet in "Dardanus"
[by J. P. Rameau, 1739]. f. 461.

24. "Pour peindre d'apres nature,"
1739 [1740] ; to the same air as
Eg. 814, no. 16. f. 463.



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25. "La Camargo veufc," 1741; to the
air "Faites dodo, belle bergere" [from
the parody of "Iss6," by A. C.
Destouches]. f. 476.

26. "Ah! que je nie suis ennuy6,"
1742; to an air from "Isb6" [by
J. J. Cassanea de Mondonville, 1742].
f. 509.

27. "On dit que son excelence," 1742 ;
to an air from "Jephte" [by M,
Mont6clair]. f . 522.



28. "II est dans ' notre voisinage,"
1742; to an air ["Ragoude, d'un
triste veuvage "] from "Ragonde"
[by J. J. Mouret, 1724]. f. 523.

29. "Ah,cherLouison," 1742 : described
as "Parodie de 1' Opera de ' Phaeton' "
[by J. J. LuUy, 1724]. f. 537.

80. "Que le Ciel pour Broglie," 1742:
described as "Parodie de la scene
2", acte 4, de I'operade ' Pers^e ' " [by
J. B. LuUy, 1682]. f. 546.



Additional 16026.

Paper ; ff. 218. About 1747. Oblong folio.

" SiMiRAMiDE [riconosciuta] " : Opera in 3 Acts, with overture,
symphonies, and accompaniments for horns, flutes, oboes and strings,
in score, by Sassone, sc. J. A. Hasse. [1747.] Characters: Semi-
ramide, Sibari, Tamiri, Mirteo, Ircano and Scitalce.

Additional 32027.

Paper ; ff. 115. About 1747. Obloug folio. Book-plate^of Mrs. Walsiugham,
of New Portugal Street.

" Leucippo " ; with symphonies and accompaniments for horns,
flutes, oboes, bassoons, and strings, in score, by J. A. Hasse, 1747.
The recitavi secchi are not given. The singers named are Signori
Salimbeni, Amorevoli, Venturini, Albuci [sc. Albuzzi], and Schuster ;
and Signore Faustina [Hasse] and Dennerin.



Additional 31655.

Paper ; ff. 117. About 1747-1748. Oblong folio.

Arias, for a soprano voice, etc., with symphonies and accompani-
ments for strings (and in nos. 6-10 flutes and horns also), in score,
described as " A[ugustus John] Hervey's [3rd Earl of Bristol, 1775].
Collected from many Different books — as choice of each Sort and in
each taste." Several of the pieces were given to the collector in 1747
and 1748 at Leghorn and Turin by the Princess C[olonn]a and
others.



1. "Ah, ch' in lasciarlo." " Girolamo
Abos." f.2. ;

2. " Cosi con questo pianto." "Leo-
nardo Leo." f. 6.

3. "Mi credi spietata " [from " Arta-
serse," 1746]. "Girolamo Abos."
f. 10.

4. "Torna iunocento" [from " Arta-
serse "]. " Francesco Ciampi." f. 14.



5. " Lasciami, 6 Ciel." The words are
from Metastasio's " Zenobia," but the
song was introduced into " Ezio."
" Niccolo Jomelli." f. 18.

6. "Luci amate." " Matteo Capra-
nica." f. 22.

7. " Amore a lei giurasti." " David
Perez." f. 32.

8. "Teneri affetti." "Antonio Aurisi-

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cehio " (sc. Aurisicchio). f. 40.

9. "L'onda dal mar divisa." Prom
" Artaserse." "Antonio Mazzoni."
f.46.

10. " Ghe tante lagrime." " David Pe-
rez." f. 54.

11. "Cara Addio " : duet. " Gennaro
Manna." f. 64.

12. " Quel Ruscelletto." The words are
from Metastasio's " Endimione," but
the song was introduced into " La
forza d'amore." " [P. D.] Paradies."
f.72.

13. " Chi un dolce amor condanna."
From " Catone." " Gio. Battista



Lampugnani." f. 74.

14. "Dal ben che adoro " ; for a con-
tralto voice. " Girolamo Abos." f. 78.

15. " Tremo per 1' Idol mio." " Egidio
Duni." f. 82.

16. " Veder I'amato bene." "Antonio
Giaij." f.88.

17. " Quando parto " [from " Temi-
stocle "]. " Gio. Chinzer." f. 92.

18. "Tu suenasti il mio Germano."
" Francesco Ciampi." f . 96.

19. " Parte il verno." Anonymous,
f . 104.

20. " Quanto mai felici siete " [from
" Ezio "]. Anon\Tnous. f. 114.



Additional 31597.

Paper ; ff. 143. About 1747-1750. Oblong folio. Belonged to [Rev.] Thomas
Jeans, [Fellow] of New College, Oxford, in 1778.

Arias, with symphonies and accompaniments for strings, and occa-
sionally also other instruments, as indicated below, in score, from
Operas by Italian composers of the first half of the 18th century.



1. " Deh, placati al fine." " Niccolo
Jommelli." Venice, 1747. f. 2.

2. " Lasciami in pace." By the same.
Performed at the Piorentini theatre,
Naples, in 1748. f . 8.

8. 4. "Per quel paterno amplesso," and
" L'onda dal mar diuisa " [from
"Artaserse"]. By the same. 1749.
ff. 16, 22.

5. "Deh, se pieta." " Rinaldo di Ca-
pua." Performed at the Alle Dame
theatre in 1749. f. 28.

6-8. " Vorrei spiegar," " Di un genio,"
and " Se intende si poco " [from
" Semiramide "]. " David Perez."
1749. ff. 32, 36, 40.

9. " Fui lieto " ; with horns, flutes



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