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Stellidaura, and Pandolfo.

Additional 31730.

Paper ; ff. 171. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Arias, etc., from Operas, with accompanhnents for strings and wind
instruments, in score, by Giovanni Paisiello. Apparently copied for,
and a few of them possibly by, Giuseppe Cecchi.

1. " La calun[n]ia "; with oboes, flutes, i 3. "Lode al ciel": duet, with flutes,
horns, bassoons. [From " II Barbiere ! oboes, horns, bassoons. [From "II
di Siviglia," 1780.] f. 2. j Barbiere," 1776.] f. 36.

2. " Credi la mia ferita " : scena and 4. Trio (Brettone, Don Guzman, etc.),
duet, with clarinets, horns, bassoons. [ beg. "Da tuoi bei labbri " ; with
From " Elfrida " [1793]. f. 16. | oboes, horns, e<c. f . 60.



364



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



6. Trio (Nardone, Pagnotta, Fabrizio),
beg. "Non paiia.rpiu"; with flutes,
horns, etc. f. 95.

6. "Mentre ti lascio, o figlia"; with
flutes, horns, etc. [From "Ales-
sandro nelle Indie," 1773.] f. 113.

7. " Se costante " ; with flute, etc.



Characters : Irene, etc. i. 127.

8. " Si, ben mio, fedel t' amai " : rondo,
with oboes, etc. f . 138.

9. Duet (Clorinda, Contino), beg. "Era
la sposa mia"; with oboes, horns,
etc. From an Opera performed at
Pisa in 1778. f . 146.



Additional 31735.

Paper; ff. 162. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio. Nos. 1 and 2 belonged to
Mrs. Peploe,

Quartets, and other numbers stated below, from Operas, in score
{unless the contrary is stated). Nos. 1 and 2 are by Zingarelli ; the
others, by Cimarosa, nos. 5-8 consisting of parts for oboes (or flutes),
horns, and strings, apparently in the hand of Giuseppe Cecchi.



1. " S' annera il cielo": trio, with
clarinets, horns, etc. [? From " Anni-
bale," 1787.] f.l.

•2. " Vada innanzi " : duet and quartet
(Brigida, Conte, Rubicone, Lam-
pridio), with oboes, horns, bassoons,
etc. The opera is not named, f. 35.

5. " Diro, diro, vorrei, sposina " ; with
pianoforte accompaniment. [From
" II Credulo deluso," 1785.] f. 50.

4. " Stanco, ma non ferito " : quintet,
with pianoforte accompaniment



(omitted). [Apparently from "La
Villana riconosciuta," 1783.] f. 64.

5. " Veggo da quella cera" : Aria [from
" Le trame deluse "]. f. 88.

6. "Trista me" [from "Nina e Mar-
tuffo," 1782]. f. 100.

7. "Amore mio bellissimo" [from
"II convito di Massimo," 1782].
f. 117.

8. "Dove son?" [From "II fanatico
burlato"], 1787. f. 134.



Additional 31805, ff. 99, 195.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Glees (above,
pp. 101-2).

Numbers from operas by Henry Purcell, in score.

1. "May the God of wit inspire": so- ' 2. "Make room for the great God of

called "Glee" for 3 voices, with a j wine": Bacchanalian duet [from

bass for harpsichord. [From "The ; "Diocletian"]. In the hand of E.

Fairy Queen," 1691-2.] f. 99. i Warren Home. f. 195.



Additional 31806, ff. 50b-l 97 jxtssm.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Catches (above, p. 31).

Single numbers from musical dramas, in score.

1. "Let ambition fire thy mind": 4- j 2. " Jack, thou'rt a Toper " : catch for
part song [from " The Judgment of ; 3 voices [from "Bonduca"]. "Pur-
Paris," 1700]. "[John] Weldon." ] eel." f. 54b.
f. 50b. 3. "You mine, alas, no longer are":



OPERAS.



365



quartet, with figured bass, from " The
Royal Shepherd." " [George] Rush."
f. 68b.
4. "Fairest isle": trio [from "King



Arthur"]. "Purcel." f. 85b.
5. "May the God of Wit": trio, with
figured bass. [From "The Fairy
Queen."] By the same. f. 197.



Additional 31817, passim.

Paper; late 18th cent., e^c. Oblong folio. See also under Oratorios (vol. i,
p. 377), sacred Trios (vol. i, p. 464) ; and under secular Duets (above, p. 86), Songs
(below), and Trios (below).

Arias (unless the contrary is stated), mostly in score, from Operas
composed in tiie 18th century, apparently all of them collected
(about 1797, see f. 72) by R. J. S. Stevens for the use of his pupil
Miss A. M. Jeftery, for whom he has in several cases written variations
and cadenzas. The accompaniments are generally compressed for
playing on the pianoforte, or only represented by a bass (occasionally
hgured). Where the original instruments are retained, mention is
made below.



I. "Verdi prati" ; with strings. [From
"Alcina," 1735.] By Handel, f. 12.

2,3. "Non vi turbate," and " Se pur
cara"; from " Alceste " [1767].
"Gluck." ff.l5, 18.

4. "Rendi, o cara"; with recitative.
[From ' ' L' Olimpiade," 1755 ?] ' ' [Giu-
seppe] Sarti." f. 19.

5. " Teco resti " ; from " Demofoonte "
[1758]. By the same. Violin part,
f. 27.

6. "Parto, ben mio." " [Vittorio]
Gonetti." f. 27b.

7. "Here we swear to follow thee":
solos and chorus of male voices, with
oboes, horns, trumpets, drums, and
strings. From " Lodoviska." " Sac-
chini." f. 30.

8. Questo ch' io serbo in seno " ; with
horns, flutes, and strings. By the
same. f. 38.

9. " Resta, ingrata " ; with horns, oboes,
and strings. By the same. f. 52.

10. " Tergi il pianto " ; with horns and
strings. From "Creso" [1765]
the same. ff. 66, 73.

II. "Ilcaro ben perdei"; from"Per-
seo"[1774]. By the same. f. 72.

12. "Non so donde vieni " ; with horns,
oboes, and strings. From " Ezio "
[about 1770]. " [J. Christian] Bach."
f.77.

13. "From place to place forlorn";
with strings. [From " The conscious
lovers."] " [Venanzio] Rauzzini,"



1780. f. 84.

14. "Rasserena il vago Giglio"; from
"L' Eroe Ginese" [1770]. By the
same. f. 88.

15. "Son contenta della sorte"; with
strings. By the same, f . 92.

16. "Ah, non lasciarmi, no"; from
"Didone Ab[b]andouato." " [Mi-
chele] Mortellari" [1771]. f. 103.

17. "II mio cor, gli affetti miei."
" [Domenico] Cimarosa." f. 104.

18. " Se non piange"; with horns,
oboes, and strings. "[Bernardo]
Mengozzi." ff. 112, 120.

19. " Pupille venose " ; from "[? Paolo
e] Virginia" [1787?]. " [Angelo]
Tarchi." f. 182.

20. " Solitario bosco " ; with strings.
Anonymous, f. 135b.

21. "Forzaech' io ceda." "[Angelo]
Tarchi." f. 137.

22. "MiseroPargoletto" [from "Demo-
foonte," 1791]. " [Vincenzo] Fede-
rici." f.l46.

By 1 28. Recitative from "Le due Oontesse" ;
apparently by " — Jermoli." First
eight bars only. f. 150.

24. " Se ti perdo, o caro bene"; from
"L'usurpator Innocente." Anony-
mous, ff. 151, 162.

25. ' ' Lascia ch' io parta" ; with strings,
etc. From "Atalanta" [1736], by
Handel, f. 154.

26. "II mio ben sta a dormire " ; with
strings. Anonymous, f. 157b.



366



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



27. "Lungi dal caro bene" [from
" Giulio Sabino," 1777]. By Giuseppe
Sarti. f . 160b.

28. " Per pieta ram[m]enta." Anony-
mous, f. 163.



29. "Son innamorato." Anonymous,
f. 166.

30. "Per te piu serena"; with horns,
flutes, and strings. Anonymous,
f. 167.



Additional 32038.

Paper ; f£. 24. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Rondo, " Quanto e fiero il mio tormento," composed at Mantua for
" L' Opera di Prima vera " [not the cantata of that name], by Cherubini ;
with accompaniments for flutes, horns, bassoons, and strings, in
score.

Additional 32040, tf. l-38b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. The MS. contains also an Orchestral
piece for wind instruments (described in vol. iii).

" ' Columbus' oder die ' Entdeckung von America ' " : a scena between
Columbus, Fernando, and chorus, beginning " Was willst du, Fernando" ;
with symphony and accompaniments for horns, flutes, oboes, bassoons,
and strings, in score. By W[ilhelm Friedrich Ernst] Bach. Autograph.
Apparently from an Opera. There is, however, a pianoforte score of
the same at f. 30, where it is described as " Ballade."



Additional 32079, fi". l-103b.

Paper; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. Nos. 6 and 7 belonged to Jeanette
[? = Pauline Anna] Milder [afterwards Milder-Hauptmann]. See also under
Songs (early 19th cent.), below.

Numbers from Operas, most of them unnamed, in score. Nos. 1—5
are for a bass voice, with (unless the contrary is stated) accompaniments
for horns, oboes, bassoons, and strings ; nos. 6 and 7 have pianoforte
accompaniment.



1 . Scena ( Argeo) , beg. ' ' Perch^ cosi spie-
tata." " [Ignaz] Holzbauer." f. 1.

2. " Parto .... resto " : scena, without
bassoons. " Sacchini." f. 13.

3. " Sperai vicino al lido" [from
" Demofoonte]." " [Johann Fried-
rich] Reichardt." f. 33.

4. "Pensa che quest' istante" [?from
" Alcidealbivio"], 1789. " [Vincenzo]
Righini." f. 51.



5. " Mi Lagnero tacendo " ; with flutes,
etc. [Prom "Siroe."] "F[ranz]
Danzi." f. 74.

6. " Se quel cor, mia vita" : duet from
"II Pazzo per Forza " [1788].
" Giuseppe Weigl." f . 89.

7. "Ah, quanto 1' anima " ; from
"Lodoviska" [1790]. "[Johann
Simon] Mayer." f. 97.



Additional 32176, 32177.

Paper ; ff. 219, 229. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" La Costanza alia Fine premiata : Opera in due Atti del Maestro
Orodoet all' attual Servizio della Vice-Regina d' Italia " ; with overture,
symphonies, and accompaniments for flutes, bassoons, horns, trumpets.



OPERAS. 367

(trombe, clarini, or trombette), clarinets, trombones, harp, kettle-drums,
and strings, in score, besides some Turkish music (cymbals, triangle,
ordinary drum and bass drum), the latter in separate score. Autograph.
Characters : Zenida, Togharri, Saed, Ali, [uno] Imano, Fattme, Gulindi,
Kadi, [uno] Ufficiale, Usbek ; with Choruses of Beggars, Imani, etc.



Additional 32178, ff. 1-51, 56, 70-111.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. Most of the MS. belonged to Baron du
Beine. See also under sacred Choruses (vol. i, p. 166).

Numbers from Operas, "with strings, etc., in score.

1,2. Trio, "Ach, lasset mich " ; and ' "D'=°Corri." ff. 23, 25b, 31, 38.

duet, "Veillons, mes sceurs " ; in | 8. " Se costante oguor sarai " : rondo,
compressed harpsichord score. From with oboes, horns, etc. "Francesco

"[Z6mireet]Asor"[1771]. "Gr6try." Gardi," 1786. f.56.

ff. 1, 3. \ 9. " Guardami in volto": aria, with



3. Prayer and cavatina, "Alma Dea" ;

with flutes, horns, etc. "Giuseppe

Gazaniga." f. 7.
4-7. Three arias, " Se mai piu sar6

geloso," " Se mai turbo iltuo riposo,"



horns, oboes, clarinets, bassoons, etc.
Prom " Lo stravagante Inglese."
' ' Domenico Mombelli . " f . 70.
10. " Sol m' aff anna " : scena and rondo,
with instrunaents as above. From



"Chi vive amante"; and a duet, | "II conte di Saldagua " [1795].

"Se mai turbo." Sung by Signer i "Nicola Zingarelli." Sung by

Bauzzini and Signora Schindlerin in ' [Luigi] Marchesi. f . 88.

"Alessandro nelle Indie" [1774]. I



Additional 32182, ff. l-179b.

Paper; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Cantatas (above, p. 19).

" PiRAMO et (sic) Tisbe " : unfinished Opera for solo voices with
accompaniments for trumpets, horns, oboes, flutes, clarinets, bassoons,
and strings, in score. [By F. X. Siissmayr.] Autograph. It consists
of an introductory sinfonia, two versions of Part I (ff. 17 and 109), and
a few fragmentary sketches of Part II (ff. 170-1 79b). Characters :
Pyramus, Thisbe, Correbus, and Eupaltes.

Additional 32403, 32404.

Paper ; ff . 324, 280. Late ISth cent. Oblong quarto.

" Die Liebe im Narrenhause " : comic Opera in 2 Acts, in score,
by [Karl Ditters] von Dittersdorf [1 787 J. Transcribed for [Nikolaus 1]
Simrock in Bonn.

The instruments for which the symphonies and accompaniments
are w^ritten are big drum, trumpets, horns, flutes, sonaglini (bells),
bassoons, big bassoon, oboes, and strings. Characters : Konstanzia,
Clarchen, Bast (?), Triibe, Lucrezia, Virginia, Albert, Nicholaus, two
Poets, and Orpheus.



368 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 32589.

Paper ; ff . 210. Late 18th cent. Oblong folio. Bookplate of H.R.H. Augustus
Frederic, Duke of Sussex.

" Le Due Contesse " : Intermezzo, in 2 Parts, with symphonies
and accompaniments for flutes, oboes, horns, trumpets, and strings, in
score, by Giovanni Paisiello [1776]. Characters : La Contessa,
Livietta, Leandro, Prospero, and II Cavaliere.



Additional 34074 ; 34075, f. 28b.
Paper; late 18th cent. Quarto. See also under Songs (below).

Overture to "Ptolomey" (sic), by Handel [1728]. First and
second violin parts.

Additional 3512L

Paper; ff. 48. Late 18th cent. Oblong octavo. Presented by Eichard A.
Streatfeild, Esq.

Arias, etc., for a soprano voice, with symphonies and accompani-
ments for flutes and strings, in score, from unnamed Operas by
Baldassare Galuppi detto il Buranello. They appear to have been
written for, or at least sung by, Signora [Catterina] Gabrielli [1730—
1796] and Signor [Filippo] Elisi [fl. 1765]. Nos. 1, 3-5, 7, are from
"La Clemenza di Tito" [about 1760].



1. " Tremo fra dubbi." f. 2.

2. " In mezzo a tanti affanni." f. 10.

3. "Fra stupido e pensoso dub[b]io."
f. 16.

4. " Opprimete i contumaci." f . 21.

5. "Come potessi (sic), oh Dio." Also



introduced in " Didone abban-
donata," by Galuppi and Perez, 1761.
f. 29.

6. "Fra'l contrasto." f . 36.

7. " Se piacere a me tu vuoi." f. 44.



Additional 25072.

Paper; ff. 69. End of 18th cent. Oblong quarto. Belonged to J. G. E.,
probably Sir John Grey-Egerton, 8th Bart., uncle of the donor. Sir Philip de
Malpas Grey-Egerton, 10th Bart.

Operatic songs, with accompaniments for horns, bassoons, strings,
and other instruments mentioned below, in score.

1. Cavatina (Rosina), beg. " Non son i Paisiello." f . 25.

bella"; with oboes, flute solo, etc., \ 3. Cavatina, " Confusa, tremante " ;

" [Sebastiano] Nasolini." f. 1. i with flutes, etc., and pianoforte or

2. Aria seria, " Di furor per me ! harp. From " La morte di Cleopatra "
s' accende" ; with oboes, e^c. From i [1798]. " Pietro Guglielmi." f . 50.
" Elf rida" [about 1793]. "Giovanni j



OPERAS. 369

Additional 29287.

Paper ; fi. 364. End of 18th cent. Oblong quarto.

" Armida : Drama Eroico in tre Atti Del Sig™ Giuseppe Hayden "
[1782]; with symphonies and accompaniments for horns, oboes, flutes,
clarinets, trumpets, bassoons, drums, and strings, in score. The
beginning of Act iii (before f. 285) is wanting. Characters : Idi'eno,
Armida, Rinaldo, Ubaldo, Zelmira, and Clotarco (sc. Clotario).

Additional 32064.

Paper ; ff. 294. End of 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" La Serva Padrona " : Intermezzo in 2 Parts, for 2 voices, with
symphonies and accompaniments for flutes, oboes, clarinets, horns,
bassoons, and strings, and a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by
Giovanni Paisiello [? about 1776]. According to Dr. H. Riemann
(Opern-Handbiich), Paisiello produced a 3-act Opera of this name at
Naples in 1769. Characters : Serpina and Uberto.

Additional 32065.

Paper ; ff. 295. End of 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" Lucinda e[d] Armidoro " ; in 2 Acts, with ballets, symphonies,
and accompaniments for oboes, flutes, clarinets, horns, trumpets, bas-
soons, and strings, in score. By Giovanni Paisiello [1782]. Characters :
Armidoro, Luminosa, Lucinda, and a Genio, with Choruses of Maidens.

Additional 32066.

Paper ; ff. 333. End of 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" AcHiLLE in Sciro " : Opera in 3 Acts, with ballets, symphonies,
and accompaniments for oboes, horns, flutes, trumpets, clarinets, bas-
soons, drums, and strings, in score, by Giovanni Paisiello [about 1780].
Characters, as above, p. 297.

Additional 32067.

Paper ; ff . 370. End of 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" Fedra " : Musical drama in 3 Acts, with ballets, symphonies, and
accompaniments for oboes, flutes, clarinets, horns, trumpets, bassoons,
and strings, in score, by Giovanni Paisiello. Written for the San
Carlo Theatre at Naples, in 1788. Characters: Ippolito, Aricia,
Teseo, Pedra, Diana, Learco, and Tisifone ; with Choruses of Priests,
Nobles, Huntsmen, etc.
' II 2 b



370 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 32068.

Paper ; ff. 280. End of 18th cent. Oblong folio,

" Elfrida " : Musical drama in 2 Acts, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for oboes, flutes, clarinets, horns, trumpets, drums, bassoons,
and strings, in score, by Giovanni Paisiello. Written for the San
Carlo Theatre at Naples, in 1792. Characters : Elfrida, Osmondo,
Evelina, Orgando, Adelvolto, Siveno, and Eggardo.

Additional 32069.

Paper ; fi. 261. End of 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" DiDONE " : Opera in 2 Acts, with symphonies and accompani-
ments for oboes, flutes, clarinets, bassoons, trumpets, horns, and strings,
in score, by Giovanni Paisiello [1795]. Characters, as above, p. 259.

Additional 16008.

Paper ; ff . IM. 18th-19th cent. Oblong quarto.

" Gli Orazj e Curiazj " : Opera by Domenico Cimarosa, arranged
for flute, 2 oboes, 2 horns, and 2 bassoons, by Luigi Gianella. Add.
16007 contains a copy of the opera in its original form (see above,
p. 316).

Additional 17830, ff". 4=2-77 passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. The MS. also contains Songs (described
below) and instrumental compositions (in vol. iii).

Fragments of Operas, in the hand of Domenico Dragonetti.
Unless the contrary is stated, they have pianoforte accompaniment, in
score, and are for one voice and anonymous.



1. "Madamina": aria with a bass,
from "Don Giovanni." "Mozart."
f.42.

2. "Pace, mio caro sposo " : duet [adap-
ted from "Una cosa rara," 1788].
" [Vincenzo] Martini." f. 44.

3. " Placca {sic) gli sdegni tuoi." f. 46.

4. " Caterina, son peuti[t]o." f. 46b.

5. "La neve in la montagna." f. 47.

6. " Se ride amore." f. 47b.

7. "Tornasti, o prima vera." f. 48.

8. " Solitario bosco." f . 49.

9. A solo in G (| time), without words,
f . 49b.



13. "Ridotto ormai." Two imperfect
sketches, ff. 52b, 61b.

14-16. The end of no. 5, no. 6 (duet
" Ah.soyez sensible," apparently sung
by Am61ie and Julie), and no. 7
(chorus without words). From an
anonymous opera, f . 55.

17. " Deliro— f remo." The melody
only. Belonged to Lady Clarges.
f. 56.

18. "Ore piu placide." The melody
only, f . 62.

19. "Ami doman": solo and chorus,
ff. 66, 67.



10. "Ah, Signer, quai cose"; with , 20. " Calma la pena"; with horns,
violin obbligato. f . 50. flutes, and strings, in score. " Ferdi-

11. "Oh Dio, che sembrami"; with a ! nando Bertoni, 1781." f . 69.



bass, f . 50b.
12. " Questo motive mi toc[c]a il core " ;
with a bass partly sketched in. f. 52.



21. "Dopo Cento e Cento aSanni":
duet with horns, clarinets, and
strings, in score and in parts, f . 77.



OPERAS.



371



Additional 24215, f. 114.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. The rest of the MS. is not of a musical
nature.

Fragment of a Scena, apparently beg. " Volga il ciel," and from an
Opera, with string accompaniment, in score, in the hand of Domenico
Cimai-osa, as attested by his son Paolo, Naples, 2 Dec. 1845. Imperfect
at the beginning and end.



Additional 25965.

Small octavo.



Presented by Coventry



Paper; ff. 34. 18th-19th cent
Kearsey Dighton Patmore, Esq.

" The Enchanted Flute {sc. " Die Zauberflote ") : an Opera in Two
Acts, loosely done into English from the German of Amadous Mozard "
[1791]. The words only, being one of a series of plays intended for
performance at Drury Lane Theatre.

Additional 28862, ff. 2-37b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. The MS. also contains Catches (above,
p. 42).

Selections from dramatic works, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for strings and other instruments mentioned below, in
score, said to be by R. J. S. Stevens. Autograph (?).

5. Air (Emma), beg. "How calmly flows
Compassion's tear " ; with flutes, etc.
f.l6.

6-9. Dialogue, beg. " Gentle Shepherd,
tell me"; duet, "Here, take my
hand"; trio, "The morn awakes";
and quartet, "Now the festive board
provide." With flutes, oboes, horns,
bassoons, strings, and figured bass.
From a piece in which the principal
characters are Laura, Jessy, Oatley,
and Edward, ff. 19, 22, 27, 33.



1. Quartet (Zelica, , Agar, Mesta),

beg. " 'Tis Health, blooming God-
dess " ; with figured bass for piano-
forte or harpsichord, etc. t. 2.

2. Air (Lodoviska), beg. "This fond
bosom's dearest treasure " ; with
flutes, horns, figured bass, etc. f . 5.

3. Duet (Zelica and Agar), beg. " Blith-
some, at the close of day " ; with
flutes, etc. f . 10.

4. A French air, beg. "Ah me, my
boasted triumphs " ; with flutes,
horns, etc, f . 12.



Additional 29295, f. 106b.

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

A Sketch of " Pantomime Music," in pianoforte score, in the hand
of Charles Weichsel. See under Pianoforte Solos (in vol. iii.).



Additional 30166-30169.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. Parts of vols, i and ii, and the whole
of vol. iii, were sold by Giuseppe Manna, of Rome, to Prince Augustus of
England, afterwards Duke of Sussex.

Collection of numbers from Operas composed, with one exception,
by Domenico Cimarosa ; with accompaniments for strings and, unless

2 B 2



372



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



the contrary is stated, horns and oboes, mostly in score,
volumes.



In four



30166 (ff. 318). 1. Aria (Don Peru-
chetto), beg. "Mirate il mio sem-
biante " ; from " L' Infedelta fedele,
1779 " [1780, according to the Musical
Biographies], f. 1.

2. "Vanne, 6 cara": duet [(?) from
" La Villana riconosciuta," 1783],
with horns, flutes, etc. f. 25.

3. "Cara, nel pianto mio" : aria with
recitative from "Oreste" [1783].
Belonged apparently to Maria
Giuseppa Cantieri. f. 58.

4. "Perdona 1' afletto": aria from
" L' Eroe Cinese, 1782 " [1783, accord-
ing to the Musical Biographies] ;
with clarinets, etc. Copied for Donna
Eaffaelle Papio. f. 72.

5. " Se cerca, se dice": scena and
aria from " L' Olimpiade " [1784];
with bassoons, etc. f . 96.

6. " Siente {sic) torca " : aria from " II
Credulo [deluso," 1785]. f. 131.

30167 (fE. 264). 1. "Pria che spunti in ciel
r Aurora" : bu2o aria with clarinets,
bassoons, etc. Copied at Naples.
This and nos. 2-5 are from "II
Matrimonio segreto." f. 1.

2. "Signer, deh, concedete" : buffo
duet with clarinets, etc. f. 37.

3. " lo ti lascio; perche unite" : duet
with bassoons, etc. f . 76.

4. " Le faccio un inchino " : trio with
flutes, etc. f. 101.

30168 (ff. 305). 1. " Dove sono, ahim^."
This and nos. 2-7 are duets, f. 1.

2. "V6 tra I'Erbette"; with bassoons,
etc. Characters ; Doristella and
Lindoro. f. 28.

3. " Minestra ti chiedo " [from " Nina
e Martuffo," 1782] ; with flutes, etc.
f. 73.

4. " Gia disposta 6 la battaglia." Char-
acters : Guazet and Delasor^. f . 98.

5. "Nel mirar quel Caro Occhietto"

30169 (f!. 247). 1. "Ahl mie languide
pupille " ; with bassoons, etc. This
and nos. 2-6 are duets. Belonged
to D. Luigi M" Gessari. f. 1.

2. "Amor per noi meschine " ; with
flutes, etc. f. 21.



7. Duet (Serpina and Uberto), beg. " lo
conosco " [from ' ' La Serva padrona,"
about 1776] ; with accompaniment
for violin and pianoforte only.
" [G.] Paisiello." f. 167.

8. "Ah, se t' amo" : rondo from "La
Felicita inaspettata" [1791]; with
horns, flutes, bassoons, etc. f. 176.

9. "Da questo lido": duet from
"Penelope" [1794]; with clarinets,
etc. f. 196.

10. "Idol mio pietoso": rondo [from
the same], f. 217.

11. " Svenami pur, crudele": scena
and duet from " GliOrazi e Curiazi"
[1796] ; with clarinets, bassoons, etc.
Belonged to C. Balfour, f. 243.

12. "Ah ! se perdo il caro Bene " : duet
with recitative [from "Artemisia,"
1801] ; with the same instruments.
f . 299.



5. "Deh, lasciate che io respiri " :
quintet with clarinets, etc. I. 129.

6. "Quelle pupille tenere" : scena and
aria, with copies of the latter and
separate parts (some of them in
duplicate) of the bassoons, trumpets,
etc. This and no. 7 are from " Gli
Orazi e Curiazi " [1796]. ff. 162, 188,
210-246.

7. "Oh dolce e caro istante " ; with
clarinets, bassoons, etc. i. 247.

[from "Le Trame deluse," 1786];
with bassoons, etc. i. 139.

6. " Recipe ogni minuto " ; with strings
only. f. 171.

7. "Nel mirar quel tuo sembiante";
with horns and strings, f . 224.

8. "Dove sei, mio bel Tesoro": trio,
f . 255.

9. " Introduzioue a Tre " [to " II Matri-
monio segreto," 1792]. f. 281.

3. " Qui dolcemente spira " [from "Le
Astuzie femminili," 1793] ; with
clarinets, etc. f . 50.

4. " Zitto, zitto." From the same,
f. 67.

5. "Ha un'occhio ch' ^ un consuolo "



OPERAS.



373



[from " I traci amanti," 1793] ; with
horns, flutes, bassoons, etc. f . 83.

6. " Senti a me." Characters: Donna
Emilia and Don Pompeo. Belonged
to Anna Cittadini. f . 116.

7. Cavatina (Medonte), beg. "Per pieta,
bell' Idol mio " ; with bassoons, etc.
[From "Artaserse," 1781.] Belonged
to Don Gaetano Parlati. f. 131.

8. " Cara, nel pianto mio": recit. and



aria [from " Oreste," 1783]. f. 143.

9. "Non vedi il mio periglio " : aria,
with flutes, bassoons, etc. Belonged
to — Harrison, f . 163.

10. " Se fiato in corpo avete " : duet
[from " II Matrimonio segreto,"



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