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3. " Cupid wounded," beg. "In a gar- 15. " What a sad fate." "H.Purcell."
den t'other day." By the same. f. 59.



f . 37b.
4. "The Happy Pair," beg. " lanthe



16. "Oh let me weep"; with violin
obbligato. "H.Purcell." f. 59b.



the lovely"; written on the Queen's ! 17. "Hark, hark I The ecchoing air."



birthday. "Barret." f. 41.

5. "Bess of Bedlam," beg. "From
silent shades." "H. P[urcell]."
f.41b.

6. "Tom of Bedlam," beg. "Forth
from the dark and dismal cell." [The
tune taken from an early Gray's
Inn Masque, printed for the first
time in Playford's Dancing Master,
1650. See Poinilar Music, 1893, i,
p. 179.] f . 42b.

7. "Celia, that I once was blest."
"P[urcell]." f. 44.

8. "Love in their little veins." By
the same, f . 47.

9. "S' envola il dio d' amore": aria.
"Bononcini." f. 49.

10. "II mio cor sempre costante":
aria. Anonymous, f. 50.

11. "Seek not to know"; with oboe
obbligato. " H. P[urcell.] " f. 52b.

12. " AUarmi, pensi[e]ri." Anonymous.
f.54.



By the same. f. 62b.

18. " solitude, my sweetest choice."
By the same. f. 63.

19. "Liberia's all my thought and
dream." " Barret." f. 69b.

20. " As Cupid roguishly one day."
"Eccles." f.70b.

21. " Oh do not near the waters move."
Anonymous, f. 71.

22. " Sabina has a thousand charms."
" Dr. Blow." f. 73.

23. "Sappho to Venus," beg. "Oh
Venus, Daughter of the Mighty
Jove": cantata. By the same,
f . 73b.

24. " Philander, do not think of arms."
By the same. f. 75b.

25. " La speranza serve " : aria. Anony-
mous, f . 75b.

26. " Mai perdouo ": aria. Anonymous,
f. 76.

27. " Crudel, che d' un alma 1' affanno."
Anonymous, f . 76.



506



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



28. "Air armi, m[i]ei spirti seguaci." 30. " Per rendar (sic) me beato " : aria.



Anonymous, f. 76b.
29. "Amor porta le pene " : aria.
" S' Stephano " {sc. Agostino Stef-
fani). f.77.



" Bononcini." f . 77.

31. " Sembra caro 1' infante Cupido " :
aria. By the same. f. 77b.

32. " Vezzose pupille." By P. F. Tosi.
f.78.



Additional 14226, passim.
Paper ; a.d. 1706-1726, etc. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, etc., for a soprano voice (with one exception, no. 14),
with a bass, frequently figured, in score. The names of any other
instruments employed, as well as those of the composers, are given
below, where known. At the end is written "Fine. Agosto, 1726."



1. "O Metilde, Anima mia." " Dio-
genio Bigaglia." f. 2.

2. "La Nauicella," beg. " Se scampa
dal periglio." " Giuseppe MontuUi "
(sc. Montuoli). ff. 6-12b.

3. " Scoglio, ch' in mezzo all' onde."
«' Rinaldo di Capua." f. 16.

4. " Clori, uezzoza e bella." " Giuseppe
Porsile." f. 20.

5. " lo per non piangere nou voglio
amar " ; with lute obbligato. f. 24.

6. "Rondinella uaga." By G. B.
Buonouciiii. f. 28.

7. " E sara la mia fede." " — Ficca."
f. 32.

8. "Piu tempo fortunate." 1706. f . 36.

9. "Clori pur troppo bella." " —
Giacommetti " {sc. Creminiano Gia-
comelli?). f. 42.

10. " Che colpa questo core." f. 50.

11. " Amo e sperar non posso." " Ab-
bate de Russi." f. 53.

12. "Ecco, Dorinda, il giorno"; with
strings. " Gio. Bononcini." f. 57.

13. "Questeuocidolenti." " [P.] Gas-
parini." f. 71.

14. " All' onabra del piu uerde ameno
CoUe"; for a contralto voice. " To-
maso Carapella." f. 75.

15. "Verdi colli." "— Ristori [of
Venice]." 1719 (?). f. 82.

16. "Son tradito." "Gio. Paolo di
Domenico." At the end is written
" D. Nicola Mirabelli .... 1706." f . 86.



17. " Rosminda, oh Dio." " Francesco
Mancini." Imperfect at the end.
f. 90.

18. " Doppo tante e tante pene." By
Baron E. d'Astorga. f. 93.

19. " Quando satia sarai." f. 97.

20. " E contento." " Angelo Fioren-
tino." f. 101.

21. " Cruda, deh, come puoi " : de-
scribed as " Cantatina." " Tomaso
de Mauro." f. 105.

22. " Olimpia abbandonata," beg.
"Done sei, che non ti sento."
" L[e]onardo Vinci." f. 108.

23. "Amai gran tempo." "Nicola
Sabbatino." ff. 114-119.

24. "Fiori, piante." "Tomaso de
Mauro." f. 124.

25. " Ritorno a riuederui " : described
as " Canzona." Imperfect at the
end. f. 132.

26. "II mio Cor, che sta in Catena."
" Fran. Supriani " (sc. Superani).
f. 136.

27. " Chi m' inuola da te." By the
same. f. 140.

28. " Quanto dolce e quell' ardore " ;
with oboe, etc. " Francesco Mancini."
Imperfect at the end. f. 143.

29. "E bello r Idol mio." " Tomase
{sic) de Mauro." f. 147.

30. " Godi, mio cor." " Giulio Viva."
f. 151.



SONGS. 507

Additional 30310, S. 2-1 2b.

Paper ; a.d. 1708. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 288.

Cantata, beg. " Lungi dal mio bel Nume " ; for a treble voice,
with a figured bass for hai-psichord, in score. [By Handel.] " Roma.
II di 3 di Marzzo, 1708." Autograph. No. 25 of the Handel-
Gesellschaft's edition of the Cantatas. At f. 8 begins a transcript of
the song in a later hand.

Additional 34204, f. 21.

Paper ; about 1708. Oblong octavo. See also under Flute Solos, in vol. iii.

Words and melody of an Aria, beg. " Son come farfaletta."
Anonymous.

Additional 31507.

Paper; fE. 129. After 1708 (latest date). Oblong folio. Apparently given to
James Pears in 1808 by Mrs. Lawrence, of Gt. Marlow.

Cantatas with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by
Alessandro Scarlatti. Apparently the last volume of a collection of
his songs arranged alphabetically.



1. " V^ pur lungi da me." f. 2.

2. "Vaga Eliza," 1708. f. 15.

3. " Vieni, 6 Caro Mirtillo," 1708. f. 22.

4. " Vn sol' guardo." f. 32.

5. " La Lucioletta," beg. " Vn sospiro
d' un Amante." f. 39.

6. "Voi beu sapete." f. 51.

7. " Voi giungeste, 6 uaghi fiori." f. 60. i



8. " Veggio r Idolo mio." f. 66.

9. " Una belta ch' eguale." f. 72.

10. " Vaghi fonti di luce. f. 79.

11. " Venne ad' amor desio." f . 90.

12. " Vorrei Filli," 1705. f. 99.
18. " Venite, amici." f. 109.

14. " Zeffiretto, cbe indrizzi." f. 122.



Additional 31639, ff. 2-7b.

Paper ; a.d. 1709 (?). Oblong octavo.

" Son piu di che sospirando la mia Clori io uo cercando " : Cantata
for a soprano voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by
Baron d' Astorga, composed at Mantua in 1709.

Additional 34056, 34057, j^assim.

Paper ; a.d. 1709, 1710. Oblong folio. The MS. belonged to a member of the
Rivers family. Add. 34056 also contains a sacred Duet (vol. i, p. 174).

"Cantate Musical! Di Diuersi Autori — Parole Dell' Ecc"" D.
Antonio Ottoboni .... Unite in Roma. . . .1709. . . . 1710." Accom-
panied (with two exceptions, indicated below) by a figured bass for
harpsichord alone, in score. In two volumes.

34056. 1. "Lidia, sul tuo bel viso." I 2. "Inuidadi mia pace." "AnfCal-
" Fran" Magini." f. 2. | dara." f. 10.



508



YOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



3. " Filli, gia che la sorte." " Gioseppe
Mozzi." f. 20.

4. " Del costante amor." Anonymous.
f.26.

5. "Alma, tu che dal cielo." Anony-
mous, f. 32.

6. " Vi comanda." " Alessandro Scar-
latti." f. 40.

7. "II pensiero." "F[ilippo] A[ma-
dei]," 1709. Atdograpi (?) . f. 48.

8. "Alma, tu che dal Cielo"; with
violins, etc. (Different from no. 5.)
"Alessandro Scarlatti," 1709. f. 52.

9. " Aquila generosa." " Ziani." f . 68.

10. "0 che mostro." "Alessandro
Scarlatti," 1709, f.76.

11. "No, non posse fingere." By the
same, f . 84.

12. " Amici, s' e vinto." By the same.
f.92.

13. "A penar' son' tant' auuezzo."
" Vittorio Chiccheri." f. 100.

14. "O sol' degl' occhi." "Alessandro
Scarlatti." f. 105.

15. " Spero ch' hauro la pace." By
the same. f. 115.

16. "La mia Donna." Anonymous,
f.l24.

17. "Malsicuro." "Alessandro Scar-
latti." f . 182.

18. "Perfarmi amar." By the same,
f. 140.

19. "M' ha diuiso il Cor." By the
same. f. 148.

20. " La face d' Amore." By the same,
f. 156.

21. "Elpino innamorato"; with vio-
lins, ete. " Ant" Caldara." f.l82.



22. "Augelletto garruletto." "Attilio
Ariosti." f. 200b.

23. "Ardo, ne so per chi." By the
same. f. 205.

24. "Or vantateui." By the same,
f. 208b.

25. " Tu mi credi geloso." " Fran-
[ces]co Gasperini." f. 212b.

34057. 1. " Cara FiUi." " Carlo Fran-
[cesjco Pollaroli." f. 2.

2. " Vado in traccia di qualche con-
tento." By the same. f. 10.

3. "Ben amare e ben seruire." By
the same. f. 18.

4. "Son amante, ma senza conforto,"
By the same, f . 26.

5. "Son geloso." " Fran'=» Magini."
f.34.

6. "Ti viddi, Idolo mio." "Carlo
Fran-^" Pollaroli." f. 42.

7. " Quel destin." By the same. f. 48.

8. " Sperai dal tempo aita," Anony-
mous, f. 54.

9. "Air or' ch' auerso fato." Anony-
mous, f . 60.

10. " Solca il mare." " Fran[ces]co
Magini." f. 67.

11. "Innocente desio." By the same,
f.77.

12. "Air or ch' auerso fato" (different
from no. 9). Anonymous, f . 83.

13. "Se ristori mia bella speranza."
" Carlo Fran[ces]co Pollaroli." f. 91.

14. "Pouera Poesia." "Carlo Cesa-
rini." f. 97.

15. "Inuida di mia pace." By the
same. f. 101.



Egerton 2513, passim.

Paper ; about 1711. Oblong duodecimo. The MS. belonged at one time to
[Heinrich August] Hoffmann von Fallersleben, who presented it in 1848 to
— Erz. See also above, pp. 8, 203 ; and under Dances, in vol. iii.

Songs accompanied (except nos. 1 2-1 6) by a bass for harpsichord ;
from " Hortus Musicus conscriptus a Friderico Jacobo Lauen. Anno
1711."

1. " Was ich liebe lieb' ich treu." f. 12b. j 5. " Geliebter AuffenhaltesiissenRuh."

2. " Immerhin aus dem Sinn." f . 14b. f . 17b,



3. "Vergonnet mir ihr, Schonen."
f. 16.

4. " Ich hofie was." f. 16b.



6, " Unser Cap'lan Stolpert." f. 18b.

7. "Mein Engel, lass uns heimlich
lieben." f. 19b,



SONGS.



509



8. "Wenn mein Madgen ein Nelken I 12. " Englische Seele." f. 31b.
Stock war." f . 20b. [ 13. " AUe Weiber." f . 82.

9. "Tausend Vergniigung muss mir j 14. " Die Blumen deiner schonen Wau-
geschehn." f . 21b. gen." f . 36b,

10. " Willst du mein Leben dicb nicbt 15. "Ach, solt ich dich nur wissen."
entschliessen." f. 22b. f. 37b.

11. " Ihr angenehmsten westen Winds."



f . 25b.



16. "Dich veneriret mein Hertze."
f.39.



Egerton 2464, ff.2, 11.
Paper ; a.d. 1712, etc. Oblong folio. See also vol i, p. 199.
Cantatas, with symphonies and accompaniments for two violins and



violoncello, in score. Autograph.

1. " Credimi pur che t' amo." " Nicol6
Porpora." 1712. f . 2.

2. "II Genio," beg. "Irene, Idolo mio."



" Anto Caldara." Dated
(probably for 1721). f. 11.



1771 "



Additional 29963, passim.

Paper; a.d. 1712, etc. Oblong folio. Belonged to J[oseph] M[acdonald]
Harris. See also above, p. 248.

Cantatas, etc., with a bass (generally figured) for harpsichord and
occasionally accompaniments for other instruments (where indicated
below), in score. Unless the contrary is stated, they are for a soprano
voice and anonymous. Of the first eleven numbers, ascribed to
" Bononcini," nos. 1, 5, 7 and 9 are possibly by Marcantonio ; the
others ai'e by Giovanni [Battista].



1. " Impara a non dar fede." f. 2.

2. " Sciolto in placidi vmori." f. 6.

3. " Api, che raccogliete." f . 10.

4. " lo ui chiedo, 6 selue aniene" ; for
a contralto voice, with flutes, etc.
f. 14.

5. "Dalisa, oh Dio." f. 26.

6. "Vi conosco, occhi bugiardi." In
two keys. ff. 30, 47b.

7. " Titolo di costante non merta."
f.34.

8. "Bella donna costante," beg. " Ch'
io ti manchi di fede." f. 37.

9. " Vo cercando in ualli." f. 39.

10. "Filli uezzosa." f . 40.

11. "Ecco, da me partita." fi. 42b-50b.

12. "Pur ui riueggo ancora." f. 60.

13. " Va girando iutorno." " [Agostino]
Steffani." f. 64.

14. " Detto (sic) lungi da te." f.68.

15. "In questo core piu va crescendo il
rio dolore." This and nos. 16-20 are
by "Baron [Emanuele] d' Astorga."
f.73.

16. " Doppo tante e tante pene." f. 77.



17. " E possibile, o Dio." f. 81.

18. " Dormiua in grembo ai fiori " ; for
a contralto voice, f . 85.

19. "Del sol cocente per fuggir 1' ol-
traggio." f . 89.

20. "Fe sette uolte il Maggio riuedir
r erbe." f. 92.

21. "Dal fatale momento che ti mirai."
f.98.

22. " Stelle spietate." f. 102.

23. "Mia bella Clori." This and nos.
24, 25 are by " Pran[ces]co Mancini."
f. 106.

24. "Inuan di sdegno s'arma"; for a
contralto voice, with strings, etc.
1712. f . 110.

25. " Lettera in Lontan[an]za," beg.
" Scriue d' orror di morte." f. 113.

26. " L' Aquellino," beg. " de' Pastori
diletto stuolo." " Aless" Scarlatti."
f. 117.

27. " Quanto somigli a Clori." "Fran-
cesco Gasparini." f. 129.

28. "Foolish Love, I scorn thy darts."
f. 133.



510 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 31993.

Paper ; ff. 50b-55b, 57b. About 1712. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 248.

Songs with a bass, generally figured, for harpsichord, in score, by
anonymous composers.

1. " Belta costante." f . 50b. i 4. " Rivo, che tumido s' ingrossa d'

2. "Vado ben spesso." By G. B. onda." f . 54b.

Buononcini or Salvator Rosa. f. 51b. ] 5. " Dapbne the beautyfuU": cantata

3. " Se a chiamar il caro bene." f. 52b. i for soprano, f. 57b.

Additional 31455 (part iii, f. 22b ; part iv, f. 41).
Paper ; after 1713. Small folio. See also above, p. 249.

" The Dream," beg. " When gentle sleep," by Dr. W. Croft. Bass
and thorough-bass parts.

Additional 31549, fF. l-3b.

Paper ; a.d. 1715. Oblong folio. Belonged to Cherubiui.

" Senti, deh, senti, oh Clori": Cantata for a soprano voice, with a
bass for harpsichord, in score, by Antonio Caldara. Autograph. At
the end is written "20 Maggio, 1715, in Roma; et e una grande
raefazzata."



"»•■



Additional 14225, passim.

Paper ; about 1715-1724, etc. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 434, and above,
p. 63.

Cantatas, Arias, etc., mostly for a soprano voice, with a bass
(frequently figured) for harpsichord, in score. Other instruments
employed are named below.

1. " Mia Climene." " Alessandro Scar- 10. " Lungi dal suo Fileno." "Niccolo
latti." f. 2. Porpora." f. 51.

2. "Quella Filen' son." "Benedetto 11. " Se piangi per amor." Anony-
Marcelli." f. 12. [ mous. Transcribed by — Ciccillo.

3. "L' Arianna," beg. *' Mentre desta { f. 55b.

del sonno." "Giuseppe MontuUi " ' 12. " Tiparloe nonm' ascolti." "Baron



{sc. Montuoli). Written for the use
of Eleonora Vercillo. f. 19.

4. " Se di te piti uezzosa." Anonymous.
f.27.

5. " Nuouo dardo il sen m' impiaga."



deir Astorga." f . 57.

13. " Ecco ch' a uoi ritorno." "Ales-
sandro Scarlatti." Apparently tran-
scribed by — De Magistris. f. 61.

14. " Gia che la bella Clori parte."



Anonymous, f. 29. "Ben" Marcelli." Belonged to —

6. " Questa dunque e la selua." "Por- Nannini in 1732. f . 65.

pora." f. 33. i 15. " Pecorelle, che pascete." " [Bene-

7. " Idolatrata." By the same, f . 37. | detto] Marcelli." Apparently tran-



8. " Con trasparente uelo." " Caualier
[Alessandro] Scarlatti." f. 41.

9. " Chi potra del cor mio." " Lorenzo



scribed by — De Juliis in 1715. f . 69.
16. "0 Pastori, io u' auiso." " Nicolo
Porpora." f. 73.



Rispoli." f . 47. I 17. " Se r amarti ^ delitto." "Baron



SONGS.



511



di Astorga." Belonged to — Nannini.
In the same hand as no. 14. f. 77.

18. " Questo e il Platano." " Porpora."
f.81.

19. " Sul' margine fiorito." "Alessandro
Scarlati." ff. 84-84b.

20. " Che mi gioua esser gradito."
Anonymous. Apparently autograph,
i. 89b.

21. " Qual sia dentro al tuo core."
" Baron d' Astorga." f. 91.

22. " Coltuodolcemormorio." "Nicol6
Porpora.' f . 96.

23. "Aueua 1' idol mio bel volto";
with lute obbligato. Composed or
owned by "Francesco Moretto {?)."
f. 100.



24. "Voglio morir costante." Anony-
mous, f. 102b.

25. " Qual fra speme e fra martire " ;
with violin, etc. " [? Alessandro] Scar-
lat[t]i." ff. 104-105b.

26. "Vn sol guardo." "Benedetto
Marcelli." f. 109.

27. "0 Metilde, Anima mia." " [Dio-
genio] Bigaglia." f. 113.

28. " Ahi, Clori amata." " Carlo Cesa-
rini." 1718. f. 118.

29. A Cantata, imperfect &i the beginning
and the end, possibly beg. " [Posso
lasciar di] uiuere." Anonymous,
f. 122.

30. " Come di uaghi fiori." " Baron d'
Astorga." 1724. f. 124.



Additional 14215.

Paper; fi. 129. After 1717. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, with a bass (usually figured) for harpsichord, in score.
Nos. 16, 18, 19, and 24 are for a contralto voice; the others are for a
soprano.

" " Bene-



1. " Sfortunati miei sospiri
detto Marcelli." f. 3.

2. " Ingiustissimo Amor." " Caualiere
Alessandro Scarlatti." f. 7.

3. " Farfalletta semplicetta." " Nicolo



12. " Si\laspondafiorita." "Alessandro
Scarlatti." f. 56.

13. " Quando penso a gl' affanni."
"Baron d' Astorga." f. 60.

14. " Torna Aprile." By the same. f. 64.



Porpora." Copied by — Sarao. f . 13. 15. "Amor crudele." "Nicol6 Porpora."
4. "Mitilde, oh Dio." " Fran-^" Man- f. 68.

cini." This and nos. 5, 9, 11, 15, ! 16. "Deh'.lasciatemi in pace." By the

same. f. 72.



and 24 are in the hand of ' ' Comes
(see f. 71b). f . 17.

5. " Su la Cima d' un monte." " Nicol6
Porpora." f. 22.

6. " Queste torbide e meste onde."
" Caualier [Alessandro] Scarlatti."
1717. f. 26.

7. " Quanto place a gl' occhi miei."
" Fran" Anto" Pistocchi." f. 83.

8. " Alme, uoi che prouaste." " Ales-
sandro Scarlatti." This and nos. 10
and 11 are probably the pieces re-
ferred to on f. lb as ordered for a
collector of the name of Torrignan6
(?). f. 37.

9. " Clori, dal coUe al prato." " [Mi-
chele] Anto. Bononcini." f . 43.

10. " Or che di te son priuo." " Ales-
sandro Scarlatti." f. 47.

11. " Semplice Farfalletta." " Antonio
Pistocco." f. 52,



17. " Ritorna al uago Aprile." "Baron
d' Astorga." f. 79.

18. " Ninfa crudel." " Alessandro Scar-
latti." f. 83.

19. " Mentre doglioso." "Nicolo Por-
pora." f. 89.

20. " Lontananza e gelosia." "Bende"
Marcelli." In the same hand as no. 3.
f.97.

21. " Lontano bench' io sia da te."
"Anto. Pollaroli." f. 104.

22. "Da sete ardente afflitto," By
Handel, f. 108.

23. "Sento la nel ristretto." By the
same. [Differing slightly from both
the Handel-Gesellschaft's versions.]
f. 112.

24. " Auoi torno, selue care." By the
same (originally attributed in the
index to F. Mancini). f. 116,



512



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



25. "Pecorelle, correte." "Fra"Man- | 26. " In quest' amena sponda." " Gia-
cini." f. 120. como Perti." f . 126.



Additional 14227, passim.

Paper ; about 1718-1729, etc. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 279 ; and
under Treatises (1st half of 18th cent.), in vol. iii.

Cantatas, etc., for a single voice (generally soprano), with a bass
(frequently figured) for harpsichord, or (nos. 4-7) vpith strings, in score.



1. "Quando vegio un Gelsomino."
This and nos. 2, 3 are by " Cau"
Alessandro Scarlatti." f. 3.

2. " Amo, ma L' Idol mio." f . 7.

3. "Nei languidi respiri." Written for
the use of Eleonora Vercillo. f. 13.

4. " Luce degl' occhi miei." This and
nos. 5-7 are by " Gio"" Bat[tis]ta
Pergolesi." ff.l9-27b.

5. "Nou si chillo" (sic), f. 36.

6. " Lo case mio e accossi " (sic), f. 40.

7. " Nel chiuso centro." f. 46.

8. "Oh Dio, qual duolo sia." This
and nos. 9, 10 are by "Leonardo Leo."
f.60.

9. " Amore e gelosia." f. 67.

10. "Or che barbara sorte." 1722.
f.71.

11. " Siedi, Amarilli mia" ; for a con-
tralto voice. This and nos. 12-15
are by "Nicolo Porpora." f. 75.

12. " Questa dunque e la selua." 1724.
f. 79.

13. "D'Amor la bella pace." 1729.
f.85.

14. " Speranze del mio cor." f. 91.

15. "Sottol'ombrad'unfaggio." 1726.
f.95.

16. "Vissi li miei prim' anni lieti."



"A"Caputi." Autograph, f. 102.

17. " Aure, che qui d' intorno." " Dio-
nigi Bigaglia." f. 104.

18. "T'amai, Filli." " Gioseppe de
Goetis e poi Vincenzo Panza." Ap-
parently in the hand of the latter,
a. 110-lllb.

19. " Su la nascente erbetta." " Baron
d' Astorga." 1718. Written for the
use of Eleo[no]ra Vercillo. f. 113.

20-22. Three anonymous Ariette, viz.
" Cara belta," " Riposa nel mio
amor," and " Core amante." ff. 121,
123, 124b.

23. " Quanto sarei felice." "Tomasode
Mauro." Transcribed by Gennaro
Corzi. f. 127.

24. " Pregare Amor uorrei." "Carmine
Giordano." f. 131.

25. "Tutto amore." "Gio. Adolfo
Hasse dctto il Sassone." f. 134.

26. "Poichel'empiodestinuuol." "To-
masoCarapella." f. 140.

27. "Celinda, anima mia." "Fran"
Mancini." f . 147.

28. " Meste pupille." " Giuseppe Mon-
tnm, Nap[olitano]." f. 153.

29. " Idolo mio, si fortemente Amore."
" Tomaso de Mauro." f. 161.



Additional 14222.

Paper ; ff . 105, a.d. 1720, etc. Oblong folio.

Cantatas for a contralto voice, vs^ith a bass (frequently figured) for
harpsichord, in score. Other instruments occasionally employed are
mentioned belovf. Where the contrary is not stated, they are by
Nicolo Porpora. For the hands, cf. Add. 14213 (18th cent,), described
below.



1, "Torno a uoi, piante amorose";
with 2 flutes, etc. " Giouanno Bo-
noncini." f . 2,

2, "Ecco che il primo albore"; with
strings, f. 12.



3. " Piante amiche." " Benedetto Mar-
celli." f. 27.

4. " Aure care, Frondi amene." "Dio-
genio Bigaglia." f. 34.

5. "Vedi, mio core." Anonymous, f . 40.



SONGS.



513



6. " Ecco, r infausto lido." f.48.

7. " D' amor la bella pace." f . 56.

8. " Pouero fior di Clizia." f. 62.

9. "Ninfee Pastor." f . 70.

10. "La viola che languiua." f. 77.

11. " Speranze del mio cor." Sung by
Marianna Perelli. f. 84.



12. " Freme il mar"; with violins in
unison. 1720. Autocjraph. f. 91.

" Anonymous.



amor.



13. "Ti sento,
f.98.

14. "Narciso," beg. "Dalle bellezze
sue preso." f. 102.



Additional 31502, 'passim.

Paper ; about 1721. Narrow oblong octavo. See also above, p. 251.

Ariettas (consisting frequently of two verses), Cantatas, etc., for a
soprano or (nos. 3, 13, 15 and 18) contralto voice, with a bass (generally
figured) for harpsichord, in score. At the beginning of no. 1 is written
" Sarra (sc. Domenico Sarri) di Napoli, 1721 "; which possibly applies
to other songs besides.



1. " Astri fierissimi." f. 2.

2. " [B]enche rigide, luci belle." f.7.

3. " Bella mano." f. 14.

4. "Che in pianti gl' amanti distillino
11 core." " [Alessandro ?] Scarlatti."
f. 18.

5. " Due pupillemi saettano.
sandro Melani." f. 22.

6. "Del cor suaniscono gli affanni."
" Aless" Scarlatti." f . 26.

7. " E tempo, o luci belle." f. 30.

8. " Godete, pensieri." "Alessandro
Scarlatti." f. 34.

9. "II mio cor ne' suoi dubij." f. 38.

10. "Inamar, deh, lasci il piangere."
This and nos. 11, 12 are by "Ales-
sandro Melani." f. 41.

11. " [L]a donna senza amor." f. 46.

12. " [L]a fortuna a miei pensieri si
dimostra." f. 52.

13. " La sorte mi tormenta." "Aless°
Scarlatti." f. 56.

14. " Mi tormenta gelosia." f. 60.

15. " M' ha ferito." f.64.

16. " Non poter nel duol morire."
' ' [Alessandro ?] Scarlatti." f . 68.

17. "Non merbo {sc. merto) pietade."
f. 74.

18. " Penso, ne so risoluere." f. 77.

19. " Piangete, ohime." "Giacomo
Garissimi." f. 81.

20. "Pupillette,uoisiete si belle." f.87.



21. " Pill non gioua esser costante."
"Alessandro Melani." f. 89.

22. " [Pjiangere e sospirar." f. 93.

23. " Quanto 6 dolce quel uelen."
" Aless" Scarlatti." f.98.

24. " Sorte, destino." f. 102.
"Ales- ! 25. " Se di Psiche le guancie." "[Ales-
sandro ?] Scarlatti." f. 108.

26. " S' io ui dico." " Ab'" Collonnese."
f. 111.

27. " Se tanto seueri." This and nos.
8-10 are by "Alessandro Melani."
f. 117.

28. " Se tema, 6 se speri." f. 121.

29. " Speranze fallaci." f . 127.
80. " Speranze, che uenite." f. 183.

31. " Se chiedo Arene al Mare." " Ber"
Pasquini." f. 138.

32. "Si, si, si! T' intendo, amor." This
and nos. 83, 34 are by "Alessandro
Melani." f. 142.

I 33. " [S]u, uolgeteui a miei prieghi."
f . 148.

34. " [S]tanco il pie." f.l51.

35. " Spera che la speranza conforto e."
f . 155.

36. "V intendo, si." f. 159.
87. " [V]oglio penar cosi." f. 166.

38. " Vieni, 6 caro." " Innocente
[Fede?]." f. 174.

39. " L' esser priuo del bene." f. 176b.



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I.



514 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 31517, ff. 23-25.

Paper ; about 1722. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 245.

"La Colomba imprigionata " : Aria, with flute or violin part and a
figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by Nicolo Porpora, 1722.



Additional 14229, passi



m.



Paper; about 1723-1732, etc. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 436; above,
pp. 15, 63, 295 ; and under Trios (17th-18th cent.), below.

Cantatas for a single voice (soprano, unless the contrary is stated),
with a bass {frequently figured) for harpsichord, in score.



1. " E fia pur uero, 6 Dio." This and
nos. 2-5 are by " Caualiere Alessandro
Scarlatti." f. 69.

2. "Ouoi, di queste selue abitatrici."
Belonged to — Bayada in 1723. f . 73.

3. "II genio di Mitilde." Belonged to
Guglielmo in 1727. f. 77.

4. " Ecco ch' a vol ritorno." f. 83.



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