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Paper ; ff. 289. 19th ceut. Obloug folio.

Comic dramas in 3 Acts, with symphonies and accompaniments for
horns, Hutes, oboes, bassoons, trumpets, drums, and strings, in score,
by Franz Joseph Haydn ; as performed in the theatre at Eszterhaz.
Transcribed from the originals.

L "II Mondo della Luna," 1777. Characters: Ecclitico, Bucma-
fede, Ernesto, Cecco, Flaminia, Clai'ice, Lisetta, Scholars, Cavaliers,
etc. ff. 1-151.

2. "La Fedelta premiata," 1779. Acts i and ii. First performed
at Eszterhaz in 1780 at the opening of the new theatre. The finale to
Act i is wanting ; other gaps in the original MS. are mentioned in
locis. Characters : Nerina, Lindoro, Melibeo, Amaranta, Perruchetto,
Fileno and Fillide alias Celia. ff. 152-289.

Additional 33361, 33362.

Paper ; ft. 177, 121. 19th cent. Oblong folio.

" Adelson e Salvini " : Opera in 2 Acts, with symphonies and
accompaniments for flutes (ottavino, etc.), oboes, clarinets, horns,
trumpets, bassoons, trombones, drums, serpents (gibas or cimba[s]so),
harp, and strings, in full score, by Vincenzo Bellini [1824]. Char-
acters : Fanny, M"*" Rivers, Geronimo, Struley, Bonifacio, Salvini,
Nelly and Adelson ; with Chorus of Peasants.

Additional 33363, 33364.

Paper ; &.. 342, 282. 19th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to James H. Mapleson
(sec covers).

" Anna Bolena " : Opera in 2 Acts, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for flutes, oboes, clarinets, horns, corno inglese, trumpets,
bassoons, trombones, drums, harp, catuba, and strings, in score (some
of the wind instruments and drums being usually in separate score),
by [Gaetano] Donizetti [1822]. Conductor's copy (?). Characters :
Anna, Giovanna, Smeton, Seymour, Enrico, Riccardo, Rochefort,
Percy, and Hervey.

Additional 33636.

Paper; ff. 301. 19th cent. Folio.

( )PERA [" Letty "] in 3 Acts, with symphonies and accompaniments
for flutes, oboes, clarinets, trumpets, horns, trombones, ophicleide,
drums, gong, pianoforte, harp, and strings, in score, by M. W. Balfe.
Published posthumously, in 1873, a few numbers having appeared in



OPERAS. 449

1871. Imperfect. Autograph. The parts missing are the overture,
a dance with chorus, and the recitative preceding the Finale in Act i ;
the dream-song and the recitative on p. 141 of the published pianoforte
score, in Act ii ; and the whole of Act iii, except the opening Chorus
of Guests. Characters : A Magician, Bridget, the Count, Herman,
the Countess, Albert, Letty, a Fiddler, a Music-master, etc.



Additional 33951.

Paper ; ff. 253. 19th cent. Obloug folio.

" Attila " : Opera, in 4 Acts, by Giuseppe Verdi ; with very slight
variations from the original (Add. 35156, see above, p. 434), which
was probably completed early in 1846, the Opera having been produced
at the Fenice theatre in March of that year. In score, the bassoon,
trombone and drum parts being generally written in a separate score.

Additional 34211.

Paper ; ff. 34. 19th cent. Folio.

Music in " Konig Oedipus " by E. Lassen. [1874.] The insti^u-
mental parts, sc. flutes, oboes, clarinets, bassoons, trumpets, horns,
drums, triangle and tambourine.

Additional 34226.

Paper ; ff. 348. 19th cent. Folio.

" FiDELio " : Opera in 3 Acts^ with overture (no. 4), symphonies,
and accompaniments for flutes, oboes, clarinets, bassoons, trumpets,
horns, trombones, drums, and strings, in score, by Ludwig van Beet-
hoven, with French and German text, being the edition published by
A. F[arreiic] about 1820. It is evidently the conductor's copy, and
several recitatives with Italian words have been added by Michael
William Balfe, for the most part in his own hand. Characters :
Marguerite (Marcellina), Florestan, Fritz (Jaquino), Rock, Ellinore
(Leonora), Pizzarro, Dolkarre, and Ferdinand ; with Choruses of
Prisoners, etc.



Additional 34231, 34232.

Paper ; ff. 224, 321. 19th cent. Foho. Belonged to Alfred Mapleson.

" Ernani " : Opera in 4 Acts, with preludio, symphonies, and
accompaniments for flutes, oboes, clarini (1 clarinets), horns, trumpets,
bassoons, trombones, serpent, drums, harp, and strings, and occasionally
a small additional military band, in score, by [Giuseppe] Vei'di [1844].
Conductor's copy. Characters : Ei-nani, Elvira, Giovanna, Don Carlo,
Don Riccardo, lago, and Silva ; with Choruses of Mountaineers^
Banditti, etc.

II 2 G



450 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 34233, 34234.

Paper ; ff. 198, 216. 19th cent. Folio. Belonged to Alfred Mapleson.

" RiGOLETTO " : Opera in 3 Acts, with preludio, symphonies and
accompaniments for flutes, oboes, clarini, horns, trumpets, bassoons,
trombones, serpent, drum^:, and strings, and an occasional small
additional military band, in score, by Giuseppe Verdi [1851]. Con-
ductor's copy. Characters : il Duca, la contessa di Ceprano, Rigoletto,
Borsa, MaruUo, Giovanna, Gilda, Maddalena, and Sparafucile.

Additional 34235, 34236.

Paper ; ff. 210, 359. 19th cent. Folio. Stamped in several places with the
name Leon Eseudies ; belonged afterwards to Alfred ]\Iapleson.

Opera [" Les Vepres Siciliennes "], in 5 Acts, with symphonies
and accompaniments for flutes, oboes, clarinets, horns, coinets-a-piston
(cornettes or pistons), trumpets, bassoons, trombones, serpent, drums,
cymbals, harp, triangle, castanets, and strings, in score. [By Giuseppe
Verdi, 1855.] Conductor's copy. Characters : Thibaut, Robert, le sire
de Bethune, la duchesse Helene, Vaudemont, Ninetta, Danieli, Mon-
fort, Henri, Procida, and Mainfroid ; with Choruses of Sicilians, etc.

Additional 33366, 33367.

Paper ; fi. 269, 225. 2ud half of 19th cent. Folio. Belonged to James Henry
Mapleson.

" Il Trovatore " : Opera in 4 Acts, with symphonies and accom-
paniments for flutes, oboes, clarinets, horns, trumpets, bassoons, trom-
bones, serpent, drums, triangle, harp, organ, bell, and strings, in score,
liy Giuseppe Verdi [1853]. Conductor's copy, prepared for a performance
[at Her Majesty's theatre] in 1877 (f. 215). Characters : Ferrando,
Leonora, Ines, il Trovatore, il Conte, Azucena, Manrico, a Messenger,
Ruiz, etc.

Additional 32153.

Paper ; ff. 57. Late 19th cent. Folio.

Transcripts of the following works by Ludwig van Beethoven, in
score : —

1. " Partitur-Entwurf eines Opern-Terzetts " (Volivia, Santa-
gones, Porus), beg. " Blick, o Herz " ; with .strings, etc. Said to be
copied from the original in the possession of the Verein der Musik-
freunde, at Vienna, f. 1.

2. " Musik zu einem Ritterballet . . . . comp. in Bonn"; consisting
of an opening movement in D (common time), a Deutsches Gesang
with Jagdlied, Romanze, Kriege.slied, Trinklied, and Walzer ; written
for flutes, clarinets, horns, trumpets (clarini), drums, and strings,
f. 42.



PART-SONGS.



451



SECTION XII.— PART-SONGS.*



Additional 33933, ff. 8 lb-90b passim.

Paper ; early 17th cent., etc. Octavo. See also under Madrigals (above, p. 138).

Counter-tenor part of secular compositions for several voices.

"What if a day, or a month, or a 2. " Earth is but a poynt." The v?ords

and music (a 5) are from the same
work. f. 81b.



yeir." The words [by T. Campion]
are from An Howres Recreation . . .
by Richard Alison . . . 1606. f. 81b.



The remaining numbers are in a later hand, those marked (*)
appearing in John Forbes' Songs and Fancies, Aberdeen, 1662.

3. " Love is the thing." f. 82.



4. "Good men, shew if you can tell."
By T. Campion [1610]. f. 82b.

5. "0 my poor eyes." By R. Jones
[1600]. f. 82b.

6(*). "Thogh your strangnes frets my
heart." By Robert Jones [from A
Musicall Dreamc, 1609, where it is set
for 2 voices, lute, and viol], f. 83.

7. " Vain men qhose folies mak a God
of lov." By T. Campion [1610]. f. 83.

8. "Thiuks[t] thou, Katt, to putt me
doune." Probably by R. Jones [1608].
f . 83b.

9 (*). " Lyk as the lark." f. 83b.
10(*). "Com, sweet lov, lett sorow

ceasse." f . 83b.
11. " About a bank." f. 83b.
12 (*). "No wonder is, suppose my

veeping eyes." f . 84.
13. " Mistres myn, well may you fair."

f.84.



14. "Nou lett us sing, Chrest keep our

king." f. 84.
15(*). "Woe worth the tyme and eke

the plase." f. 84.
16. "Depart, depart. Alace, I must

depart." f. 84b.
17 (*). " Lyk as the dumb solsequium."

f. 84b.
18. " Qhat mightie motive." f. 84b.
19{*). "If care do cause men crie."

f.85.
20(*). "Olustie Maic." f.85.

21. " For love of one I mak my moane."
f . 85b.

22. An air, without words, f. 85b.
23 (*). " If flouds of tears." f . 85b.
24(*). "Lachrimte," or "Flow, my

tears." f. 86.

25(*). "My heartie service to yow, my
lord." [Plough song, a 3.] f. 87.

26 (*). " Trip and goe hey." [A Christ-
mas medley, a 3.] f. 90b.



Paper; after 1604.
pp. 144-5).



Additional 36484, ff. 5, 5b.

Small oblong folio. See also under ]Madrigals (above,



Bass part of two anonymous compositions for 4 voices, both of
which occur in John Forbes' Songs and Fancies, Aberdeen, 1662
{cantus only).



1. "0 lustie May." The contra-tenor
part occurs in Add. 33933 (f. 85). f. 5.

2. "Q(?)wm [for Cum], death, behold



I breath." Published (see above)
as "Even death, behold I breath."
f.5b.



* Some compositions of a doubtful nature, chiefly those written shortly before
or after 1600, are described under Madrigals.

2 G 2



452 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Sloane 1021, f . 58b.

Paper ; about 16i0. Small quarto. See also under Sougs, below.

" Mein Gott mocht sicli cloch schicken " ; for 2 trebles and a tenor,
in parts. Anonymous.

Additional 29996, ff. 147b-151b.

Paper ; about 1622. Small folio. See also under Organ Solos, in vol. iii.

Compositions for 4 voices, in score ; by Thomas Tomkins [from
Songs ofS, 4, 5, 6 parts, 1622]. See under Organ Solos (1647), in vol. iii.

Additional 11608, ff. 53b-83 passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1656-1659. Small folio. See also under Songs, below.

Part-music (a 3) by English composers of the first half of the 17th
century. Nos. 2 and 4 are in score ; the others, in parts.

1. "What tbough the Zealots pull | f.58b.

downe the Prelates." f. 53b. 5. " From the faire Lavinian shore."

2. " Ho, the Broome." f. 55. " Dr. John Wilson." f. 66b.

3. " Youuge and simple though I am." 6. "Bound by the nearc conjunction of
1st treble wanting. "Nicholas La- ' oursoulcs": elegy on William Lawes.
nier." f. 58.

4. "0 my Clarissa." "Wm. Lawes."



"Jo. Hilton." f. 83 (reversed).



Additional 29396, f. 46b.

Paper ; about 1678-1682. Folio. See also under Songs, below.

" Cloris, since thou wert fledd away " ; for 3 voices, in score. With
a Latin translation, beg. " Chlori, tuum post abitum." By Henry
Jacob.

Additional 30382, jjasshn.

Paper ; a.d. 1678-1686. Folio. See also under Motets (vol. i, pp. 285-6).

Part-music, for 3 voices, in score. With the possible exception of
no. 1, they are by H. Bowman. Autograjph.

1. "Farewell .... love." f . 2. | perfect &t the end. f . 40b.

2. " The thirsty earth." f.38. ! 6. " Drink on til night be spent." Im-

3. " For the few houres of life allotted I 2^cr/t'cf at the beginning, f. 41.
me." f.38. i 7. " Gaze not on swans." f. 41b.

4. "Fill the bowle with rosie wine." ' 8. " Come, come, all noble souls." Ivi-



f.39.
5. "Yeecats that at midnight." Im-



pcrfcct at the end. f. 42b.



Additional 33234, f. 3b.

Paper ; about 1680-1682. Folio. See also under Songs, below.

Part-song for 4 voices, in score, beg. " Tho' our town be destroyd " ;
by Dr. John Blow.



PART-SONGS. 453

Additional 29397, f. 80b (reversed).

Paper ; about 1682-1690. Narrow oblong duodecimo. See also under Songs,
below.

Another copy of the same work, also iu score.

Additional 35005, ff. 45, 48.

Paper; a.d. 1799. Quarto. See also under Songs (1783-1785), below.
Part-songs, in score, by Samuel Wesley.



1. " Death's final Conquest " (a 4), beg.
"The glories of our Birth (sic) and
State " ; composed in 1799. The



they are given as " The Glories of
our blood and state." f . 45.
2. " Tobacco is an Indian weed " (a 3) ;



words are from the dirge in James , composed in 1800. Copied by Miss
Shirley's drama, "The Contention ' Eliza Wesley from Add. 31764. f.48.
of Ajax and Ulysses," 1659, where i

Additional 29291, fF. 6-9, 13, 20b, 34b.
Paper ; 18th cent. Folio. See also under Canons (vol. i, p. 123).
Part-music ; for 4 voices (unless the contrary is stated), in score.

1. "All my wits." "John Bartlet," i 5. "There is a Lady sweet and kind."
1606. [From A Bookc of Aijres.] By the same, 1607. f. 9.

f.6. 6. "0 my Clarissa" (a 3). " W"

2. "Now let her change." "Francis Lawes." [From The Musical Com-
Pilkington," 1605. f . Ob. panion, 1667.] f . 13.

3. " Looke, mistresse mine." By the 7. " Away with the causes of riches":
same [1605]. f . 7b. "glee" (a3). "MathewLock." f. 20b.

4. "Since first I saw your face." 8. "Underneath a Cypress Shade."
" Thomas Ford," 1007. f . 8b. " Fr. Pilkingtou," 1605. f. 34b.

Additional 33351, ff. 40b, 42b, 48b.

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

Part-music for 3 voices, in score.

1. "Wine does wonders." "John ■ 2. "To ploughe y° wide oacen" [sic).
Eccles." f. 40b. | Anonymous, g. 42b, 4Sb.

Additional 31462, f. 67b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Large oblong octavo. See also under Canons (vol. i,
p. 124).

" The Glories of our Birth " (a 4), by Edward Coleman. Third
treble and bass parts only (for score, see Add. 31463, f. 68b, below).

Additional 31463, ff. 68b-70b.
Paper; late 18th cent. Oblong octavo. See also under Canons (vol. i, p. 125).
Another copy of the same work, in score.



454 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 31806, ff. 52, 66b, 93b.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Catches (above, p. 31).

TiiREE-PART song.s, ill score, nos. 1 and 3 by [John] Eccles, no. 2
by [John] C.jbb.

1. "Inspire us, Genius of the Daj'." f . 66b.

f. 52. 3. " Wine does wonders." f.98b.

2. "Smiths are good fellows" [1667]. I

Additional 31808, f. 152.

Paper; late ISth cent. Quarto. See also under Glees, above (p. 107).
" Smith.s are good fellows " ; for 3 voices, in score, by J. Cobb, 1667.

Additional 31812, f. 84b.
Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also under Glees (above, p. 114).
Another copy of the same work, in score.

Additional 31813, f. 156.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Operas (above, p. 321).

Melody of " Dulce Domum," beg. " Concinamus, O sodales." [By
John Reading.] In the hand of Miss A. M. Jeftery.

Additional 32181, f. 20.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Operas (above, p. 817).

" Triumph ! Wir stecken um das Schwert " : so-called " Marsch,"
for 4 voices, in score. By F. X. Siissmayr. Autograph. Divided into
four strophes.

Additional 32429, ff. 99b, 107-111 jyassim.
Paper; 18th-19th cent. Oblong duodecimo. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 340).

Part-music to Italian words. Anonymous.

1, "Col crin di floride." Bass part. part, f . 107.

f. 99b. 3. "Su, lodate, o valli " ; for alto,

2. "[....] la notte placida." Bass 2 tenors, and bass, in score, f. 108.

Additional32183, f. 157.

Paper ; a.d. 1831. Oblong folio. See also under Masses (vol. i, p. 231).

"ZiTM Fest an dem der Tone Meister " ; written for 4 voices, in
score, by M. C. Eberwein, on the occasion of J. N. Hummel's birth-



PART-SONGS. 455

day, 14th Nov. 1831. Probably autograph. The words are by —
Schormiiller.



Additional 31415 (parts i, f . 9 ; ii, £. 7 ; iv, f. 11 ; vi, f. 10b).

Paper; after 1835. Oblong octavo. See also under Madrigals (above, p. 190).

" Since first I saw your face " ; for 4 voices, in part.s, by Thomas
Ford, 1620.

Additional 14341, f. 27b.
Paper; before 1843. Oblong folio. See also under Anthems (vol. i, p. 107).

" The Glories of our birth (sc. blood) and state " ; for 4 voices,
by Samuel Wesley [1799]. The original is in Add. 35005, f. 45 (see
above, p. 453).

Additional 32017, passim.

Paper; a.d. 1843. Oblong duodecimo. See also under Choruses (vol. i, p. 1G9).

Moral songs by Dr. Isaac Watts, set to music as 3-part songs by
Thomas Miles. In score. Autograpli.

1. " Let dogs delight to bark and bite." j hour." f. 10b.

f. 2. 8. "How line has the daj^ been."



2. " 'Tis the voice of the sluggard."
f. 2b.



f . lib.
9. " Abroad in the meadows." f. 15.



3. '"0 'tis a lovely thing for youth." '• 10. "Why should I join with those in
f.4b. ' play." f.l8.



4. "Why should our garments, made
to hide." f. Gb.

5. "How doth the little busy bee."
f.Yb.

6. "Why should I love my sports so
well." f. 8.

7. "Why should I deprive my neigh-



11. "Whatever brawls disturb the
street." f. 18b.

12. " How fair is the Rose ! " f. 21b.

13. "These emmets, how little they are
in our eyes ! " f. 22b.

14. " Though I'm now in younger
days." f. 23b.



Additional 34267, if. 5-1 lb.

Paper ; a.d. 1846. Quarto. The other contents of the volume have no
connection with the present MS.

" Gesange fiir Sopran, Alt, Tenor und Bass eomponirt und Frau
Constanze Schleinitz gewidmet von Niels W. Gade. Op. 13. Leipzig,
bey Fr. Kistner." In score. Dated Leipzig, August, 1846. Autograph.
The words of nos. 1, 2, 3, and 5 are by E[mmanuel] Geibel ; those of
no. 4, by L. Tieck.

1. "Ritter Fruhling," beg. " Der 2. " Die Wasser-rose," beg. " Die stille
Friihling ist ein starker Held." f. 6. Wasser-rose." f. 7,



456



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



3. " Morgen-wanderung," beg. " Wer flog ein Vogeleiu." f. 9b.

recbt in Freuden wandeni will." | 5. "Im Wald im hellen Sonnen-
f. 8. schein." f. 10b.

4. "ImHerbste," beg. " Feld-einwarts

Additional 32677, ff. 61-64.

Paper ; a.d. 1868. Quarto. See also under Cantatas (vol. i, p. 133).

Four-part coinpositiou, in parts, copied in 1868 from an inscription
on a bell at St. Mary's, Oxford, founded by Newcombe of Leicester in
1612. See also Add. 33205, below.

Additional 33205, ff. 356-358.

Paper; a.d. 18G8. Quarto. See also under Campanology (1801-79), in vol. iii.

Another copy of the same composition adapted in 1868 by [Rev.]
Joseph Thomas r[o\vler] to George Herbert's poem, " Think when the
bells do chime." Preceded (ff. 351 -355) by an account of the music,
and a rough fascimile of the original inscription.



Additional 37046, ff. 46-111 passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1869, 1870. Quarto. The MS. also contains secular Songs,
described below, and otber compositions, chiefly instrumental, described in
vol. iii.

Rough drafts of Part-songs by John Liptrot Hatton, almost all
published in Novello's Part Song Book (Second Series). Except where
the contrary is stated, they are for 4 mixed voices, and in score. They
are taken from what the composer calls, in an introductory letter, a
"Scribbling Book," of 1869 and 1870.



beg.



■ Sweetest



1. "Spring Song,
Spring." f. 46b.

2. " Sweet lady moon." ff. 49b-51.

3. " Come, live with me." ff. 64b-5.

4. " Over hill, over dale." f. 67b.

5. "Love me little, love me long."
f.68b (and f. 70?).

6. " Shall I, wasting in despair." For
male voices, f. 69.

7. "Phillida and Corydon," beg. "In
the merry month of May." f . 70b.

8. "The Waterfall," beg. "In summer,
calmly gliding down." f. 71.

9. "Good wishes," beg. "A garland for
the hero's crest." Different from the
setting published by NoveUo. f. 71b.

10. "Evening," beg. "See, the rooks
are homeward flying." f. 72b.

11. " The village dance," beg. "O foot-
steps gaily bounding." f. 73b.



12. "The bright blue waves." f. 74b.

13. "The Roses." f . 75b.

14. "Parting and meeting," beg. "A
gallant ship." f. 76.

15. "The Rivals," beg. "Sadly from
her turret gazing." f. 76b (and
f.75b).

16. " Song of the gipsy maidens," beg.
"Roaming through the meadows."
f.77.

17. "'The way to build a boat' or
' Jack's opinion,' " beg. " With their
armour so tough." f. 77b.

18. "The Life Boat," beg. " 'Tis night !
Upon the Cornish coast." For male
voices, f. 78.

19. " I lov'd a lass." For male voices,
f. 79.

20. "Beware." f. 80b.

21. " When evening's twilight." ib.



QUARTETS.



457



22. "Absence." f. 81.

23. "April Showers." ib.

24. " Sailor's Song," beg. " Softly blows
the western wind." f. 81b.

26. " Good night, beloved." f. 82.

26. "Starsof the [summer night]." ib.

27. " The Hemlock Tree." f. 82b.

28. "I loved her." ib.

29. " The Village Blacksmith." f. 8-3.

30. "Where shall the lover rest?"
f!.84, 84b.

31. "Hark! The convent bells." f. 85.

32. "The Lark," beg. "The grass is
wet." This and nos. 33, 34 are
described in the margin as written
" per il cello." f. 102.

.33. "Take heart," beg. "All day the

stoi-my wind." f. 102b.
34. "At the coming of the Spring."

f. 103.



85. "Twilight now is round us." f. 103b.

36. " Not for me the lark is singing."
f. 104.

37. "Keep time," beg. "Run up the
scale." f. 104b.

38. "The moon shone calmly bright."
f. 105.

39. "He that has a pleasant face":
described as "Glee." f. 105b.

40. "The Reproach," beg. "Send back
my long-stray'd eyes." f. 106.

41. " Lo, the peaceful shades of even-
ing." f . 106b.

42. " Spring, the sweet spring." f. 107.

43. " The shore is desolate." Imperfect.
Only the margins remain of the two
following leaves, f. 107b.

44. "Under the lofty trees." f. 110.

45. " The night is calm." ff. 110-11.



Additional 35026, f. 65b.

Paper; A. d. 1891. Quarto. See also under Albums (1836-1895), in vol. iii.

First four bars of " Sweet and low," in compressed score, signed
"Joseph Barnby, the Cloisters, Eton College, Oct. 1891."



SECTION XIII.— QUARTETS.



Additional 17991, f. 9b.

Paper ; about 1620. Small oblong quarto. See also under Songs, below.

Composition for 4 voices (of which, however, only 2 appear to be
given), by P. de Campis. Written on the outside of a design repre-
senting a tulip.



Additional 34298, ff. 11 1-1 16b.

Paper ; first half of 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Songs, below.

" Sdegno, Amor"; for 4 voices, with accompaniments for strings
and a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by [Alessandro]
Scai'latti.



458 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 29801, f. 153b.

Paper; about 1791-1792. Oblong folio. See also under Songs (1784-1800),
below.

" Wer, wer ist ein freier Mann " ; apparently written for 4 equal
voices witli chorus. [By Ludwig van Beethoven.] Different from the
published setting of the same words.



Additional 14166, f. 114.

Paper; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also under Motets (vol. i, p. 343).

" SrjE (flic) he du bon compere Simon " ; for 4 voices, with .sympliony
and accompaniments for horns and strings, in score, by Giuseppe
Scarlatti.

Additional 29961, ff. 50, 54.

Paper; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Duets (above, p. 79).

Quartets, without accompaniments, in score, by Benedetto
Marcello.

1. "Dove hai tu nido." f. 50. | 2. " Colpo de' bei vostr' occhi." f. 54.

Additional 5336, ff. 10b-20b j;a.s.s«».
Paper; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Canons (vol. i, p. 124).

Secular vocal compositions for 4 voices, in score. Nos. 1, 2, 5
and 7 are from Dcuteromelia, pubHshed by T. Ilavenscroft in 1609;
the others, from Melisrnata, by the same, 1 G 1 1 .

1. " Yonder comes a courteous knight." I 4. " It was the frog." f. 13b.



5. " To-morrow the Fox." f. 14.

G. "Canst thou love"; with chorus.



f. 10b.

2. " Give us once a drink." f. 12.

3. "I have house and land in Kent." , f. 17.

f. 13. I 7. "Martin said to his man." f . 20b



Additional 31806, f. 81b.

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

" Come, let us sit " ; for 4 voices, in score, by John Playford. [From
The Mnsical Gompanioti .^

Additional 32237, f. 58.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Operas (above, p. 319).

" Nel mirakvi, o boschi amici " ; for 4 voices, in score, without
accompaniment, in the hand, and apparently the composition, of
J. N. Hummel.



QUINTETS. 459

Additional 32188, f. 33.

Paper; early 19th cent. Quarto. See also under Songs (1822), below.

" Think oix your friend, Johann Nepomuc Hummel" : a very short
compcjsition (.seven bars) for 4 voices, in score, without accompaniment,
by J. N. Hummel. Antograjjh. Preceded by a compressed score.

Additional 32190, f. 37.

Paper; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Operas (above, p. 38G).

" In gut-gesinnter Freunde-Kreise " ; for 4 male voices, in score,
apparently by J. N. Hummel, and autograph.

Additional 33311, fF. 83-108.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Cantatas (above, p. 21).

" Viva, viva la bottiglia " ; for 3 treble voices and a bass, with
symphony and accompaniments for strings and a bass (occasionally
figured) for pianoforte, in score. [By John Fane, Lord Burghersh,
11th Eai'l of Westmorland 1841.] Autograph.



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