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5. "Qui uieni, ingrata Fille." Tran-
scribed by Francesco Leo in 1730.
f.87.

6. "Lucretia," beg. "O numi eterni."
"Giorgio Hendel " (as published in
the Handel-Gesellschaft's edition).
f.92.

" La viola che languiua." " Nicol6



Porpora." f. 100.

8. "Se il mio canto t' oi!ende."
Anonymous, f. 105.

9. "Augelletti, che cantate." "Gio-
uanni Fischetti." Words by Isabella
Settimo. f. 109.

10. "Orgoglioso fiumicello." " Gio.
Adolfo Hasse d* Sassone," 1732.
f. 113.

11. "Suonera 1' ultima tromba."
Anonymous, f . 139.

12. "Nella stagion fiorita." Anony-
mous, f. 144.

13. " Oorre il ruscello " ; for a contralto
voice. Anonymous, f. 165.



Egerton 2487, ff. 22-23b.

Paper ; a.d. 1724. Small folio. See also above, p. 76.

" Onde chiare " : Cantata for a treble voice, with a figured bass for
harpsichord, in score. Anonymous. Composed for the Princess
Palatine of Sultzbach [Henrietta, wife of Johann Christian, Prince
Palatine of Sultzbach], 16 Sept. 1724. Autograph.

Additional 14244, ff. 6 6-7 4b.

Paper ; 1st quarter of 18th cent. Oblong folio. At the end of a volume of
Pianoforte Instructions, etc., by A. Scarlatti (about 1715), described in vol. iii.

" In su la piaggia " : Cantata with a bass for harpsichord, in score.
Anonymous. Imperfect at the end.

Additional 14165, ff l-201b.

Paper; about 1725. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 434.

Cantatas for a single voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in
score. With the few exceptions noted below, they are by Alessandro



SONGS.



515



Scarlatti, and for a soprano voice,
and 31511 (see below).

1. " Alba, che ueghittosa." f. 2.

2. " Alfin m' ucciderete." f. 10.

3. "Dal bel volto d' Irene." f. 19.

4. "In Amor vi uuol costanza."
" Girol" Galauotti." 1705. f. 25.

5. " Di pensiero in pansier"; for a
contralto voice, f. 28.

6. " Parla mia pena omai." f. 34.

7. " Dormono 1' aure estiue." 1705.
f.41.

8. "Nottecaraa un cor che langue."
f. 50.

9. " II Rosignuolo se scioglie il nolo";
for contralto, f. 58.

10. " Strali, facelle " ; for contralto.
f.64.

11. " Venne ad' Amor desio." f. 74.

12. " Seine, cauerne e monti." " Dom"
Scarlatti." f. 83.

18. " Quale al gelo s' adugge." f. 89.

14. " Scorgo il Fiume." f. 97.

15. "Amor corrisposto," beg. " Diedi
a Fileno il Core." 1705. f. 108,



In the same hand as Add. 31510

16. "Lo Strale d' Amore," beg. " Gia
per lunga staggion bersaglio." f. 115.

17. "Partenza," beg. " Giunto e il
fatal momento." 1705. f. 123.

18. "Tormento," beg. " Non credo
che ui sia pena maggior." " [?Nicol6]
Fago." f. 131.

19. " Lontananza," beg. " Lmigi dalla
Cagion per cui sospiro." f. 138.

20. "Gelosia," beg. " AU' or ch' il Dio
di Belo." f. 146.

21. "La Catena d' Amore," beg. "Non
e facile." f. 154.

22. " Senti, bell' Idol mio." f. 162.

23. "Costanza," beg. "Perfida Filli."
f. 169.

24. " Preghiera amorosa," beg. "Lasc-
iate ch' io u' adori." 1705 (?).
f. 177.

25. " Costanza," beg. " Peno, e del mio
penar." f. 185.

26. " Clori abbandonata," beg. "Fileno,
one ten uai." 1705. f. 194.



Additional 29249.

Paper ; ff. 164. About 1725. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by
Alessandro Scarlatti. Tliey are for a soprano voice, except no. 1,
which is for a contralto. The present volume forms part (letter L) of
a series containing the composer's Italian Cantatas in alphabetical
order, and was probably compiled shortly after his death (1725). For
others see Add. 31510 and 31511 (below), etc. Aid i ^ W 33 /y j -7.^



1. " L' Armi crudeli." f.l.

2. "La, deU' Arno sili 1' onda." f. 7.

3. " Liete, placide e belle Acque."
f.l9.

4. "II Coriolano," beg. "La fortuna di
Roma." f. 27.

5. " Luci, siete pur quelle." f. 37.

6. " Lascia piu di tormentarmi." f. 43.

7. "Lieti Boschi." f.47.

8. A cantata, imperfect at the begin-
ning. The only remaining aria in it
begins " Si, si, pietose aurette." f. 53.

9. " Lungi dalla cagion." f. 57.

10. " Le uaghe tue pupille." f. 61.

11. " La belta ch' jo sospiro." f. 68.



12. "Lumi, che in fronte al mio bel
sole ardete." 1703. f. 26.

13. " Lasciate ch' io u' adori." f. 89.

14. " La cagion delle mie pene." f. 97.

15. " Lontan dall' Idol mio." f. 103.

16. " Leandro, Anima mia." f. 111.

17. " La grazia, la sembianza della tua
Pastorella." f. 119.

18. " Lidio, in van mi condanni."
f . 126.

19. "Lunga stagion dolente." 1706.
f. 133.

20. " Lontananza, che fai." f. 141.

21. " Lascia di tormentarmi." f. 147.

22. " Lumi dolenti." f. 156.



2 L 2



51G



VOCAL MUSIC- SECULAR.



Additional 31510, 31511.

Paper ; £f. 178, 189. About 1725 (?). Oblong folio. Vol. ii belonged in the
18th cent, to [William] Savage, and in 1817 to R. J. S. Stevens.

Cantatas, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by
Alessandro Scarlatti. They are (with the two exceptions noted
below) for a soprano voice, and form part (letters F and P) of a
collection of the composer's Cantatas in alphabetical order (for letter
L, see Add. 29249, above). In two volumes.



31510. 1. " Filli, altera." f . 2.

2. "Fonti amiche." f. 13.

3. " FiUe dolente." f . 25.

4. " Fra tante pene." 1706. f. 33.

5. "Fatto d' Anaor seguace arda" ; for
a contralto voice, f. 40.

6. " Filli adorata, ah, ben comprendo."
f.48.

7. " Fileno, cue ten vai." f. 56.

8. " Fiumicel, che del mio pianto
spesso uai piu ricco." f. 64.

9. " Fu d' oro il primo dardo." f. 72.

10. " [F]orse di Sirio ardente." f. 78.

11. " Filli, mio ben." 1704. f.88.

12. " Filli crudel." f.98.

13. " Frangi r Arco." 1706. f . 103.

14. " Filli, adorata e cara." f. 110.

15. "La Pazzia," beg. " Farfalla, che
s' aggira." f. 119.

16. " Farfalletta innocente." f. 142.

17. " Filli mia, Filli cara." f. 150.

18. "Filli adorata e cara, jo parto."
f. 156.

19. " Fille, mia cara Fille." f. 167.

20. "Fonte d' ogni dolcezza." 1709.
.175.



31511. 1. " Per un memento solo." f. 1.

2. " Per queste dell' antica Alba
faiQosa solitarie pendici." f. 9.

3. "Perfida Filli." f. 18.

4. " Per te, Fiorida bella." 1708. f. 26.

5. " Perdono, Amor." f.34.

6. " Penso che non h6 core." f. 48.

7. " Poiche riseppe Orfeo." f. 56.

8. " Poiche cessaro al fin gli aspri tor-
menti." f. 64.

9. " Piu che penso all' idol mio." f. 74.

10. " Preparati, 6 mio core"; for a
contralto voice, f. 82.

11. " Peno, e del mio penar." f. 94.

12. " Piango ogn' ora." f. 105.

13. " Piu ueggio Lidia mia." f. 116.

14. "Piaugi la tua suentura." 1706.
f. 122.

15. " Primauera, sei gentile." f. 132.

16. " Pili non si puole {sc. puote) amar."
f. 138.

17. " Pensier, che sei inflessibile."
f. 149.

18. "Fileno disingannato," beg. ' ' Presso
a un limpido fonte." f. 160.

19. " Parla mia pena omai." f. 179.



Egerton 1519-1521, passim.

Paper; after 1726 (latest known date). Folio. Belonged to Mr. Roussel,
ancien Ferm. General" [? Adrien Roussel d'Inval, " G6n6ral des Finances" in
1735]. See also above, p. 253.

Collection of what are described on the covers as " Chansons
historiques," consisting of a great number of scurrilous songs relating
to persons and events connected with the French court between 1617
and 1726. Many are contained also in Egerton MSS. 814-817 and
King's MSS. 330-337 (see Songs, after 1744 and after 1749, below).
In most cases the words are preceded by the tunes to which they are
to be sung, which, when named, are given below. The chansons to
be sung to the same air are generally strung together, as if forming



SONGS.



517



one. They are all unaccompanied.
are taken from Egerton 814-817.

Egerton 1519. Vol. I.

1. " Monsieur D'Vs6y [1628]. f. 9.

2. "Nousavonsvn Dauphin" [1638];
" Chanson a dancer " (sc. " Guillot est
mon ami "). f. 10b.

3. "Vous faites bien la cruelle " ; air,
"Les petits sauts de Bourdeaux."
f. lib.

4. "La Porte a pour son partage " ;
an anonymous air or, as an alter-
native, '♦ Le Branle de Metz." f. 13b.

5. "La Desgorry " [1662] ; air, "Les
Roquantius." ff. 14b, 20b.

6. " Bonhomme aux yeux deratine "
(sic) ; air, " Jean de Niuelle." f. 15.

7. " A vous parer " [1670]. f. 15b.

8. " Je suis Gu6n6gaud," 1666 ; air, " Je
suis L'agreable Harmonie." f. 16.

9. "Le Mar^chal de Guiche," 1642
[1644]. f. 16b.

10. "Gaston, qui scaups mieux," 1643
[1644] ; air, " On compteroit Les
Diamans." ff. 17, 70.

11. "Caches vous, fiUes de la Reine "
[1648] ; air, " M'amour petitte."
f. 18.

12. "Pour Astr6e." f. 18b.

13. "La P[u]isieux"; air, "Si tous
les Cocus." ff. 18b, 21.

14. " Comtesse de Cursol " {sc. Crussol),
about 1651 [1649] ; air unnamed
[" Le cantique de S'" Marguerite"].
f.l9.

15. "La Ferte, tu fais le farouche"
[1699]; air, " Si d'vne fieure ou d'vne
colique," or " Vous qui corrompez
Le jus Bacchique." f . 20.

16. "Cardinal de la Val[l]ette " (see
also Eg. 1521, f. 16b) ; air, " Les
Roquantins." f. 20b.

17. "Belle Chaseron" (sc. Chassiron) ;
air, " Si tous les cocus." f. 21.

18. " A la fin, petit Desfarges." f. 22.

19. " J'aimeray toujours Bel[l]ebat,"
1666; air, " Coquille." f.22.

20. " Ainsy qu'Agnes." f. 22b.

21. " La Reine d'Angleterre." f. 24.

22. " Dieux, que d'amaus," 1664. f.24b.

23. "L'on dit que la Vaimre," 1669;
air, " Mon confesseur est rude."
f. 25.



The dates given in square brackets
In three volumes.



24. " Sept jours de la semaine," 1664;
air, " A la nopce de Jeanne." f. 25.

25. " Des les quatre du matin." f. 25b.

26. "Je suis la belle Tourangelle " ;
air, "Je suis l'agreable Harmonie."
f.26.

27. "A Dieu, ville peu courtoise,"
1680 ; air, " Cependant jepars." f. 27.

28. " Quand je vous dis " [1658].
f.27b.

29. " Du cheualier aimable Duchesse "
[1667]; air, "A petits coups." f. 27b.

30. "La grande putain " [1667]. f. 28.

31. "Je suis le tres humble valet."
f.28.

32. "Mr. Colbert." f . 29.

33. "Deliur^s moy, Seigneur," 1666;
air, " D'un pauvre Cceur." f. 29b.

34. " Benserade " ; air, "Grand' gue-
nippe." f. 30.

35. "Monsieur dit a la Ribaudon"
[1646]. f. 30b.

36. "Nouueau Germanicus " [1652].
f. 31.

87. "Je ne fais pas cas des prisons. "
f. 32.

38. " Monsieur nostre Coadjuteur,"
1651 or 1652 ; air, " Vn noel." f. 33.

39. "C'est La princesse Louise," 1645.
f. 33b.

40. "Ce fut vn luudy matin" [1660] ;
air, "Vn noel" (different from no.
38). f. 34.

41. "Vous demand^s quelle est ma
peine" [1653]. f . 34b.

42. "Que tout le monde seconde "
[1653]; air, "Quand je suis a la
tauerne." f. 35.

43. "Beaufort est dans le donjon"
[1658] ; air, "Les zestes." f. 36b.

44. "La Vigean au tein[t] terny"
[1643] ; air, " Vous qui vous moquez."
f . 36b.

45. " Creusons tous le tombeau " ; same
air. f . 37.

46. "Le Roy des Pen[n]ons" [1652].
f.37b.

47. " Si Monsieur ne me veut plus
voir " [1649] ; air, " Ah, le voila."
f. 37b.



518



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



48. "La Combalet n'est point con-
trite" [1636]; air, " Frere Frappart."
f.39.

49. "Je tiens Monsieur le Comte,"
1638 ; air, " Le Gagne-petit." f. 40.

50. A Medley, 1659-1704, beg. "Iris
pour vn amant absent " ; air, " Jo-
conde." fE. 41-57.

51. A medley, 1688-1690, beg. " La
petitte Loube " (see Eg. 1521, f. 22) ;
air, " Branle de Metz." S. 57-60b.

52. " A la venue de Noel," 1664. f. 61.
58. " L'arri^re-ban," 1674 [1672] ; same

air. f. 63.

54. "Bour[r]u Janstoiste " [1688].
f.64.

55. "En ce pays vn cbacun ment " ;
air, " Triolets." f . 66b.

56. " Cette nuit que nous bumes tant " ;
air, "On compteroit les Diamans."
f.70.

57. A medley, 1642-1689 [1705], beg.
" Au St Jour du grand vendredy" ;
air, " Les Triolets." ff. 70-79.

58. A medley, 1656-1705, beg. "Mon
p^re, je viens deuant vous " ; air,
"Des Rochelois," altered into " Des
Ennuyeux," or " Du Confiteor " (a
quite different tune), ff. 79-97b.

59. "Le vicomte de Turenne"; air,
" La bergere Celimene." ff. 98, 103.

60. "La bergere d'Angleterre," 1662;
same air. f. 98b.

61. " Chatillon, gardes vos appas,"' 1651,

1652. f. 99b.

62. " Jeunesamans," 1669; air, " Jeunes
Z^phirs." f. 100b.

63. " J'auois jure de n' aimer." f. 102b.

64. "Nos facheux maris." f. 103.

65. "A I'ombre d'vn chesne." f. 104.

66. "L'amiti6 que j'ay pour vous."
f. 105.

67. "Vous souuient il de I'amour,"

1653. f. 107.

68. " Le soin des grandeurs." f. 109b.

69. " Voicy Cassandre," 1652 ; air, " Les
Tricotets d'Henri IV." f. 110.

70. "Vn gi-and Carme"; air, " Vn
grand calme." f. 112.

71. "J'ay resu6 toute la nuit"; air,
" Jamais amour," or (according to a
note in the margin) "Vous me I'avez
dit." f. 114.

72. "Ah! Qu'vnefille." f. 114b.

73. " Pata, pata, patapon." f. 115b.



74. " Soyds, jeune Jris, vn peu plus
commode"; air, "Morguienne de
vous." f. 130.

75. "Par le grand bruit" [1670]; air,
" Quand l'op6ra." f. 132.

76. "C'est Los Balbazes" [1670]; air,
" C'est le dieu des Eaux." f. 132.

77. "Or 6cout^s, peuples de France";
air, " Eeueillfe vous, belle." f. 133.

78. " Monsieur de Parabelle " (see also
Eg. 1521, f. 53b). f. 133b.

79. " Pendant que nous aliens en
Flandre," 1677 [1661]; air, "Les
Poupons." f. 134b.

80. ' ' Dans le parlement la Fronde se
r^ueille." f . 135b.

81. " A vous parler " ; air, " Graueline."
f. 136.

82. "Je serois fach6"; air, " Objet
charmant." f. 137.

83. " Guerchy, si vous pouuies."
f. 137b.

84. " L'Eminence de la France" [1649].
f. 138.

85. " Si les Cocus ressembloient a
Montbrun," 1652 ; air, " Nousbaisons
tous les mains." f. 138b.

86. " Je te le dis sans raillerie," 1648;
air, " Comme Ton a sauv6 la France "
(apparently altered from ' ' La gi-ande
Fronde "). f. 140b.

87. " Souffrir^s vous, quarante que vous
estes " [1651] ; air, "Mais." f. 144.

88. " Ces gens que Monsieur de
Turenne," 1648, 1650; air, " Et ouy,
par la Morguienne." f. 145b.

89. "Vous au6s tort de vous mettre en
colere"; air, " Qu'en dira t'on."
f. 147b.

90. "Qui n'admire I'Enfance," 1652;
air, " L'on dit d^ja." f . 148.

91. " Quand vous series comme le
prince " ; air, " Les Enfarin^s.
f. 149.

92. " Six mille hommesde pieds," 1636
[1645]; air, " Fontarabie." f. 150b.

93. "Amans jnfortun^s, 1652"; air,
" L'antidote." f . 154.

94. " Bibaudon suit a la piste " [1647] ;
air, " Thionuille." f. 155.

95. "La Montbazon dit a la Cour,"
1675; air, "Vigean est vn soleil
leuant." f. 156.

96. "Reuen^s, M' Le Cardinal " [1652].
f. 158.



SONGS.



519



97. "L'amourme presse " [1695]; air,
"H61as, mon Prince" [al. "Mayeux
deBretagne"]. f. 158b.

98. " Est-ce vray que Ton m'a dit,"
about 1652. f. 160.

99. " Je boy (sic) a toy" (see also Eg.
1520, f. 177b). f. 161b.

100. "Mon chemin je cheminois."
f . 162b.

101. " Ce fut par un matinet." f. 166.

102. "C'est nostre seruante Barbe."
f. 168b.

103. "Viens, ma bergere," 1686; air,
"Ronde." f . 169b.

104. A medley, 1651 [1649]-1666, beg.
"Vostre Epoux"; air unnamed
[ ? altered from " Belle et charmante
brune"]. fi. 171b-173b.

105. " La bergere que je sers." f. 174.

106. " L'autre jour ma Cloris." f. 175b.

107. "J'ay pass6 deux jours," 1690.
f. 176.

108. " Ch^rira qui voudra vos appas" ;
air, " Quoi ! Camper en cette saison."
f. 179b.

109. " Le beau berger Tircis." f. 181.

110. "Monseigneur L'Euesque d'Au-
tun," 1667 [1668]; air, " Conditor
alme syderum." f. 181b.

111. A medley, 1654-1679, beg. " Je suis
denote " ; air, "La Duchesse." f. 182.

112. A medley, 1658-1677, beg. "Beau-
uais la borgnesse"; air, "Le grand
Saucourt." f. 188.

113. " Le malheureux Coulange " ; air,
" C'est le prince d'Orange." f. 192b.

114. "Qui verroit," 1666; air, "Iste
Confessor." f. 194.

115. " Deuion contoit a sa belle " ; air,
" Vine le Roy et Bechameil." f. 195.

116. " Vn cbanoine de rAuxer[r]ois " ;
air, "Bon, bon, bon 1 Que le vin est
bon." f.200b.



117. " Jean prest d'^pouser Marie " ;
air, "II estoit vn petit bonhomme."
f. 204b.

118. " Le pasteur qui nous gouuerne,"
1672 [1662] ; air, " II fait tout ce qu'il
deffend," or " le Cap de Bonne Esper-
ance." f. 206b.

119. " Les intrigues de I'amour," 1678
[1659]; air, "Les Feuillantines."
f . 209.

120. A medley, 1664-1689, beg. " Veuue
d'vn illustre Epoux" ; air, "Le Due
de Beaufort," or "Les Fraises."
f . 212b.

121. " L'attelage du Soleil," 1670; air,
" Le Traquenard." f. 219.

122. "Vn jour Pierrot," 1689. f.221b.

123. A medley, 1659-1671, beg. "Vn
prescheur jnsigne." f. 222b.

124. "Belle Philis, en attendant vos
noces." f. 227.

125. "Autres fois les femmes"; air,
" Tetigu6, si la tenois." f. 228.

126. "Lancelot Turpin " [1661]. f. 229.

127. " Je ne bois plus," 1669. f. 232.

128. " De Guise est si sage," 1658; air,
" Les Contre-verit6s." f. 238.

129. A medley, 1649-1669, beg. " A vous
aimer " ; air, " Vn Chapeau de paille."
ff. 236b-244b.

130. "Lavardin, Gordes et Courtin,"
1656; air, " Quand la mer rouge."
f . 244b.

131. A medley, 1642-1689, beg. " S^av^s
vous qui demeure " ; air, " Lere la."
f . 245.

132. "Je n'eus pour tout heritage."
f . 248b.

133. " Le Chariot de L'hostel-dieu."
f . 249.

134. "Terrat atort" [1706]; air, "La
gaillarde." f. 257b.



Egerton 1520. Vol. II.



1. "Ah! Grand mercy"; air, "Quelle
heure est il, Margot." f. 7b.

2. " Des yeux bruns"; air, "Qu'ils
sont doux." f. 8.

3. "Vous n'au^s eu pendant vostre
jeune age" [1670] ; air, " La Coquille."
f.lO.

4. " Marquis, vous soupir^s." f. 10b.



5. " Baisons, chers amis"; air, "Bu-
uons, chers amis." f. lib.

6. " AUons, aliens, arrest^s vous " ; air,
" AUons, allons, accour^s tons." f. 12.

7. A medley, 1669-[1681],' beg. "Bu-
! uons a nous quatre." fi. 12b-15b.

8. "La Meusniere de S' Brice"; air,
1 " Alors que Noe." f . 15b.



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



9. "Pour aller"; air, "Pourquoy
n'auoir pas le cceur tendre." f. 45b.

10. " Vn Cocu dedans Nostra Dame " ;
air, " Quand le p6ril." f. 46.

11. "Heureux qui, comme Epicure" ;
air, " Aimons ; tout nous y conuie."
f.48.

12. Vous qui dans le M^zent^re " ; air,
" Vous ne deu6s plus attendre." f. 49.

13. "0 Mars, que veux tu de moy"
[1699]; air, "Amour, que veux tu."
f . 49b,

14. "Si je vous puis faire"; air,
"Heureux qui pent plaire." f. 51b.

15. "Celuy qui fronde"; air, "Quel
coeur sauuage." f. 55b.

16. "Vn jour ma bonne m^re " ; air,
" Amans, aim6s vos chaisnes." f. 57b.

17. "Au6s vous ressenti I'absence."
f.58.

18. "Besanijon, laiss^s vous prendre,"
1674 ; air, " Jeunes coeurs." f . 58b.

19. "Deuant tes vers tout g^mit";
air, "Que deuant vous tout s'ab-
baisse." f. 60.

20. " N'jmportun^s plus"; air, " Ne
troubles pas." f. 61.

21. " L'on entendit la jeune Clim^ne " ;
air, " C'est I'amour." f . 63b.

22. " Souuerain Juge de Police " [1664] ;
air, " Quel plaisir d'aimer." f. 63b.

23. "C'est dans ces lieux " ; air, "Les
berg^res de Maintenon." f. 67.

24. " Ah 1 M' I'apotiquaire " ; air, "Ah,
M' le Capitaine." f. 69.

25. " Ah ! ma chere Maitresse." f. 69b.

26. A medley (1693, etc.), beg. " Doux
ruisseaux"; air, "Les folies d'Es-
pagne " (see f. 203b). ff. 72b-79.

27. "Bonjour, ma mie Thomasse,"
1686 ; air, " Griselidis." f . 87.

28. A medley (1688, etc.), beg. "On dit
qu'amour est si charmant." fi. 91b-
94b.

29. "Tout reconnoist aumonde," 1691,
1692 ; air, " Flon flon." f. 96b.

30. " Ma m^re, mari^s moy," f. 100b.

31. A medley, 1650-1706, beg, "Terrible
au jeu." ff. 111-121.

32. " Quittons nostre houlette." f. 121.

33. " Faut il qu'vn amant " ; air, "La
courante de M" la Dauphine." f . 124.

34. " Je sens naistre en mon coeur,"
f,125.

35. A medley, 1671, beg. "Pour tons



les Saints"; air, " Le alleluya."
fi. 125-128b,

36. A medley, 1652-1690, beg. "Le
petit Gomte de Tallard " ; air named
as above {so. "Les Bochellais ").
ff. 128b-135b.

37. "Madame la Dauphine." The
second verse, "Mon dieul La belle
Entree," appears to form the com-
mencement of another song, f . 135b.

38. "Si la Saint Martin," 1664 ; air,
" Dupont, mon amy." f. 137.

39. A medley, 1657-1698, beg. "Pour
suiure les maximes " ; air, " Laiss^s
paitre." If. 137b-143.

40. A medley, 1635-1695, beg. "Ah!
Que j'aime le c61ibat"; air, "Jean
de Vert." fi. 144b-150.

41. "La colore du S' p^re." f. 150b.

42. " Dans nostre quartier," 1651.
f. 150b.

43. "Ne soy6s plus si d^licat," 1690,
f, 150b,

44. " Que fais tu, berg^re." f. 151.

45. A medley, 1674-1684, beg. "Or nous
dites, comtesse"; air, "Or nous
dites, Marie." ff . 152b-160.

46. A medley, 1652-1690, beg. "Si
vous epous6s"; air, "Qui done est
celuy qui m'appelle." ff. 160-168b.

47. ' ' Ta femme, mon compare." f . 168b.

48. "On dit que vous l'au6s." f. 169b.

49. A medley, 1642-1688, beg. "Quand
Colbert rendit I'esprit" ; air, " Lam-
pon." fi. 169b-171b.

50. ' ' Je gage de boire autant qu'vn
Suisse." f. 171b.

51. " Dans nostre village." f. 174.

52. "Beaux yeux de Clim^ne." f. 175.

53. A medley, 1693-1707, beg. "A Rome
autresfois " ; air, " De tous les Capu-
cins du monde." S. 175b-176b.

54. "Que j'estime mon cher voisin."
f, 177.

55. "La ch...de La Mielle." f, 177,

56. "II reuient done, ce h6ros," 1695;
f . 177b,

57. " Du choix de nostre g6n6ral."
f. 178.

58. " J'offre jcy mon s9auoir-faire."
f. 179.

59. " Vn jour vn vieux hibou." f. 179.

60. " Bilbaud m'a bien bilbaud^e " ; air,
" Chanson a dancer." f. 179b.

61. "Belle Jris, je cherche." f. 182b.



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62. " Abbe, que dans ton abbaye."
f.l83.

63. "Pour quinze jours de Campagne,"
1689; air, " Le Branle de Mats."
f. 186b.

64. "Plus je boy, [plus] j'ay soif."
f. 189b.

65. "Sans soins, sans vcBux " ; air,
"Rigaudon." f . 191b.

66. " Je crains toujours " ; air, "2" Ri-
gaudon." f. 191b.

67. " Sur I'amoureux Neptune"; air



unnamed, ["Vogue la galore"],
fl. 192b, 203b.

68. " Heureux dans vne vie obscure."
f. 194.

69. "De Paris, la grande ville"; air,
" Vine le Roy et Bechameil." f. 195.

70. "Qu'vn autre courre aux Champs
de Mars"; air (omitted), "Vne
gauotte de Marais." f. 202.

71. " Vn h6ros aime la gloire"; air,
"Lafolie." f . 203b.



Egerton 1521. Vol. III. Nos. 2-10, 13, 14 and 16-19 are Medleys ;
and only the initial words of the first song in each are generally given.



1. "La du Roule est fort polie," 1675.
f. 2.

2. "Sus, bons Franc^ois," 1664-1705;
air, "Laiss6s paistrevos bestes" (Eg.
1520, f. 137b). It includes, among
other songs, "Nous en estions les
-duppes" (f. 11), on the " Op6ra de
' Marth^sie ' " [1699], by the " Mous-
quetairemusicien, [A.C.] Destouches."
ff. 3b-12.

3. "Nos amisveulent pour rire," 1690-
1707; air, "Adieu, ville peu Cour-
toise" (Eg. 1519, f. 27), or "Branle
de Metz." ff. 17b-28b.

4. " Si tu ne viens pr^s du Roy," 1694-
1704 ; air, " Ce fut vn Lundy matin "
(Eg. 1519, f. 34). ff. 29-32b.

5. "Ne pens6s a d'autres plaisirs,"
1651-1726; air, " Ah 1 Le voila "
(Eg. 1519, f. 37b), or "Les Rochelois "
{ih., f. 79). ff. 33-42.

6. " Je n'ay point d'emportement,"
1651-1697 ; air, " Les alleluya "
(Eg. 1520, f. 125). Included is (f. 44b)
the song, " Quand nostre arch-
[eveque] S(?aura" (referring to the
composer Campra). ff. 42b-45.

7. "Quatre grosses bestes," 1688-1714;
air, "Lanturlu" (Eg. 1519, f.64).
ff. 45-48b.

8. "Or nous dites, Vieuuille," 1648-
1673; air, "Or nous dites, Marie"
(Eg. 1520, f. 152b). ff. 52b-56.

9. " Quand on eut ap[p]ris," 1659-1707 ;
air, " Qui est celuy qui m'ap[p]elle "
(Eg. 1520, f.160). Included are two
skits upon operas of the day, namely,
"J'ay chant6 autres fois Achilla"
(f.68), upon " Hercule" [by L. Lully



and M. Marais], 1693 (f.68); and
" Alcesta est mort[e] " (f. 72), upon
" Bradamante " [by — Lacoste], 1707.
ff. 60-75.

10. "Harlay n'est plus," 1695-1702.
ff. 118-119b.

11. "Le prince n'a pas pris vn pont,"
1675. f. 119b.

12. " Ah, dieux I Le bon tems," 1649 ;
air, " Triolets." f. 120.

13. "Du Roy Guillaume," 1664-1692.
ff. 131b-134.

14. " L'on ne regale plus les dames,"
1650-1710; air, "Terrible au jau "
(Eg. 1520, f.lll). Included is the
song (f. 141), " Les deux autheurs de
Marth^sie" [c/. no. 2, above. Words
by Lamothe]. ff. 135-143b.

15. "Que diroit ce petit bossu," 1700;
air, " Laire, Ian, laire." f. 144.

16. "Que craign^s vous," 1653, 1661,
etc.; air, " Sommes nous pas trop
heureux." ff. 153-157.

17. "Pour bien chommer la feste,"
1696-1718 ; air, " Vn Noel." ff. 205-
242.

18. "Auant de prouince en prouince,"
1702, 1703; air, "Les P61Mns de
S« Jacques." ff. 242b-244.

19. "Quand Moyse fit deffence,"
1691-1712; air, "Le pasteur qui
nous gouverne" (Eg. 1519, f. 206b).
Included is the song, "Ah I Que
j'aime La Fontaine," a skit (f. 258)
upon the opera "Astr6e," by "[P.]
Golasse," 1691. ff. 255-259.

20. "Ors 6cout6s, noble assistance,"
1691 ; air, " Quand Valdec " [or



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