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"Pierre Bagnolet "]. f. 259.



522



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 37074, ff. 7-8b.

Paper ; about 1727 (see ff. 4, 6b). Oblong octavo. Belonged to T. W. Tap-
house, of Oxford (d. 1905). Other portions of the MS. are described in vol. iii.

" Hark ! How y*^ pleasant thunder-tempest sounds" ; with a bass
for harpsichord, and a short introductory symphony for 3 instruments.
Apparently in the hand, and presumably the composition, of the
Rev. Robert Creyghton, D.D. There are eight lines of verse signed
R. C. at f. 3b, in which mention is made of sackbuts, curtals, chii'imias,
and other musical instruments.



Additional 37025, passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1728. Small octavo. Bookplate of George Evans, 3rd Baron
Carbery (1759-1783). See also under Duets (Appendix) and Trios (below).

" Recueil de Vaudeuilles . . , Brunet[t]es, et Chansonettes a Danser.
Et autres, fort divertissants. 1728." Unaccompanied and anonymous.
Nos. 1 and 2 are for a bass voice ; the others for a treble.



1. "Vastemer." f. 2.

2. " Ruisseau, combien de fois." f. 4b.

3. " Des grandeurs la suite importune."
f.5b.

4. " Ton vin, Champagne." This appears
as a duet in Add. 17785, f. 177 (above,
p. 64), and elsewhere, f. 8b.

5. " Pour vn baiser." f. 9.

6. " Le plus fidel[e] amour." f. 9b.

7. " Tendres amants." ib.

8. '* Contre un engagement." f. 12.

9. " Je suis n6 pour le plaisir." f. 14.

10. " L'au[s]t^re philosophie." f. 15.

11. "Tircis, quand je vais sur I'her-
bette." f. 16.

12. "Depuis qu'amour a trompe mon
attente." f. 17b.

13. " Vn coeur vif et tendre." f. 18.

14. " Qui veut scauoir de nos Cantons."
f.20.

15. "En amour on n'entend point
raison." f. 22.

16. "Pren[d]s, ma Philis, prens ton
verre." f. 24.

17. "Nous ne sommes point de ces
sots." f. 26.

18. "N'auezvous point connus." f. 27.

19. " Tous les coeurs embrasez " (sc.
embrass6s). f. 28.

20. " Vn jour vne jeune awette." f. 29.

21. " Quel chagrin, disoit Lisette "
(c/. Add. 17785, no. 49, below, p. 525).
f. 30b.

22. " Dans ces beUes retraites." f. 32.



23. "Goutons les plaisirs de la vie."
f . 33b.

24. "L'autre jour, me promenant sous
ces naissants feuillages." f. 34.

25. "A votre beauts naissante." f. 35b.

26. " Vous qui cherchez le delectable."
f. 38.

27. "Tum'abandonne[8],ingrat Tircis."
f. 40b.

28. " Doux charme de la vie." f. 42.

29. "Pour marquer la tendresse."
f . 44b.

30. " En vain je hois." f. 46.

31. " Chassant dans nos forets." f. 47.

32. " L'autre jour le fol amour." f. 49.

33. " Mon pucelage." f. 50b.

34. " En reuenant d'Epinet." f. 51b.

35. "Dans ma qumzieme ann6e."
f. 52b.

36. " Serois je atteint du mal d'amour."
f. 54.

37. "Entrevne brune et vne blonde."
f . 55b.

38. "Scauez vous a quelle couleur."
f . 56b.

39. " Tircis, pour complaire a Nanette."
f. 58.

40. " Pres d'un ruisseau." f . 59b.

41. "Passant dessus vn pont," with
refrain (a 3). f. 61b.

42. "Deucalion, pour repeupler la
terre " ; with the same refrain,
f . 62b.

43. " Je S9ais vn op6rateur." f. 64.



SONGS.



523



44. "Aupres d'une jeune Spouse."
f . 65b.

45. "Deux Dieux, pour me surpren-
dre." f. 66.

46. ' ' Bilbaud m'a bien bilbaud^e." f . 67.

47. "Philis dans vn boccage." f. 68.

48. " Que de rigueurs." f. 70.

49. " Quelle fiert6." f . 70b.

50. "Loin d'icy la tristesse." f. 71.

51. "Dans vn bois plants par ramour."
f.72.

52. " Depuis trois mois je suis charm6."
f.74.

53. " Jeune brunette." f . 76.

54. " Men mary s'en est alle." f. 77.

55. " Sur I'herbette fleurie." f. 79.

56. " Dessus la motte." f. 80b.

57. "L'autre jour j'apercus Catin."
f.82.

58. " Pierot dans le cabaret." f. 83b.

59. " Remuons toutes ces filles." f. 86.

60. " Bastien[n]e est bien malade."
f. 87b.

61. "Sont les moines de S' Amand."
f . 88b.

62. " L'autre jour L'enfaut de Cythere."
f. 89b.

63. " II est venus (sic) dans cette ville."
f. 90b.

64. ' ' En reuenant de Chalanton {sc.
Charenton ?)." f. 92.

65. "En reuenant de la Rochelle."
f . 93b.

66. "L'autre jour me promenant dans
les prez." f. 95.

67. "Vne fiUe a son dejeun6" (sic).
f. 96b.



68. " Vne jeune deuotte." f. 97.

69. " Vne fille de village." f. 98b.

70. " Quand vous prendrez vn 6poux.'
f.99.

71. " Vn joly petit soin." f. 101.

72. " Je veux a I'indiff^rence consacrer.'
f. 102.

73. " S(;auez vous qu'a fait Jeano[t].'
f. 102b.

74. " C'est notre servante." f. 103.

75. "L'autre jour la jeune Alizon.'
f. 105.

76. " Bertrand, de qui tout est connus '
(sic), f. 106.

77. "Quand mon pere me maria.'
1. 107.

78. "En reuenant de I'orrette" {sc.
Lorretto). f. 108.

79. "Ah, que le monde est peruerty.'
f. 109b.

80. " Faites bien vos marches." f. 110b

81. "Catin, que je te baise." f. 111.

82. "La brune fais {sc. fait) le bonheur.'
For the melody, see no. 54. f. 112.

83. " Depuis que Siluie souffre." f. 113

84. " Sur le sein de Neptune." f. 114.

85. " L'on dit que dans le monde.'
f. 115.

86. " Aimer constam[m]ent." f . 116.

87. " Qu'on m'ap[p]orte bouteille.'
f. 117.

88. " J'ay quatre amans." f. 118.

89. "Jeanneton, I'amour luy mesme.'
f. 119.

90. " Dans vn resue charmant." f. 120

91. "Vous vous 6tonnez, mesdames.'
f. 121.



Egerton 432, ff. 5b-7.

Paper ; about 1730. Oblong duodecimo. From an Album Amicorum, dated
about 1730-1731.

" HoFFNUNG bleibet mein Yergniigen " ; M^ith a bass for harpsi-
chord, in score. In the hand, and presumably the composition, of
Heinrich Friedrich Hessler, of Ebersdorff in Voigtland.



Additional 14135, ff. 63-1 14b passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1731, etc. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 301.

Arias and Cantatas for a single voice, vs^ith instrumental accom-
paniment, in score, by Pergolesi.



1. " In singolar tenzone." f. 68.

2. "Chi mi sgrida." f. 66.



3. "Questo e il piano," 1731 ; followed
by a separate violin part. Auto-



524



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



graph (?). Belonged to Vincenzo Tor-
retti. f. 72.

4. "Chinonode." f.88.

5. " Con queste paroline." f. 98.



6. "Non si ch' ella." Transcribed by
Giuseppe Sigismondo. f. 109.

7. "Lo caso mio e acossi barbaro,"
1736. f.ll2.



Additional 31516, ff. 32-8.3.

Paper; after 1735. Oblong folio. See also under Operas (above, p. 337).
Folios 42-83 belonged to Miss — Cornewall, Vicenza, 180-.

"DoDBCi (sic) Cantate " [published in London, 1735], by Nicold
Porpora. The first six (of portions of which fF. 3 2-4 lb contain dupli-
cates) are for soprano ; the others for alto. The initial words are given
in the index.

Additional 14211.

Paper ; fi. 177. About 1736 (?). Oblong folio. Belonged to Baldassare
Cavallaro (?), of Naples, in 1755.

Italian Songs, for a soprano voice, with a bass (occasionally
figured) for harpsichord, in score. Except where the contrary is
stated, they are Cantatas and composed by Giovanni Buononcini.
The MS. was apparently begun in 1736 (see f. 2). The instrumental
fragments on ff. 30b, 41b, 51b, 86b, and 116b are in a different hand,
and appear to have no connection with the songs.

1. "Clori, non ti lagnar di Lillo." 12.
' ' Fran[ces]co Mancini." f . 2.

2. "Tra cento belle." This and nos.
3-6 are by "Nicola Fago." f. 11.

3. " Se gelosia crudele." f. 19.

4. "No ch' il mio core" : aria, f . 26.

5. "Piu fedele e meno bella " : aria.
f.30.

6. " D' Aretusa in sul lito." f. 34.

7. "Gia degl' Astri il monarca."
" Fran" Mancini." f. 41.

8. "Quanto peno." f. 51.

9. "Del Tirreno a le sponde." This
and nos. 10, 11 are by "Alessandro
Scarlatti." f. 57.

10. "In due uaghe pupille." f. 65.

11. "Son quest' ultimimomenti." f. 73.



Langue accesa d' Amore."



f. 81.
f.87.



f. 101.



13. " Tormento del mio seno."

14. " Piango in uan." f. 95.

15. " Doppo lunga Tempesta."

16. " Quando la (sic) finirai di tormen-
tarmi." f. 109.

17. "Pupillette idolatrate." This and
nos. 18-20 are by "Fran" Mancini."
f.ll7.

18. " AM, che moro." f. 131.

19. " L' occhio e 1' (sic) labro." f. 140.

20. " Arse lunga staggione." f . 149.

21. "Dal' di ch' io non ui ueggio."
f. 157.

22. " Luci, siete pur quelle." f. 163.

23. " Vado ben spesso " [generally attri-
buted to Salvator Rosa], f. 169.



Additional 17785, passim.

Paper ; after 1737. Small quarto. See also above, p. 263.

" Airs a boire " and other songs in French. Unless the contrary
is stated, they are anonymous and unaccompanied. The bass, where
given, is almost invariably figured.



1. "Cantate d'Orph^e," beg. " Le
fameux chantre de la Thrace " ; with



German flute, violin, and harpsichord.
" [L. N.] C16rambault." f. 2.



SONGS.



525



2. " Gri^goire a jeun[e]." f. 19.

3. "Si tost que 1' Amour." f. 20b.

4. " Ariane," beg. "Sous les arbres
6pais " : cantata, witb violin, etc,
" — Courbois," 1710. ff. 22-34.

5. "Diane," beg. "L'Univers atten-
doit": cantata, with bass. "[Jean
Baptiste ?] Morin." ff. 38-50.

6. " Le Papillon," beg. " Vers des
bords 6niaill6s " : cantata, with a
bass. " — N6ron," described as
"Organiste et Maltre de Clavecin."
ff . 54-63.

7. " Eifegne, Amour, dans ces boccages " :
rondeau, f . 77b.

8. " A table, avec mes amis." f. 78.

9. " Quand je vous vols." f. 83.

10. "Ah I Toutp^rit": recitative for
bass. f. 83b.

11. " Ami, je vais descendre." f. 84.

12. " Corrigeons nous, ami Gr^goire."
f.90.

13. "Amis, depuis que C^lim^ne";
with bass. " — Dauphin." f. 90b.

14. "Mes {sic) foibles yeux " ; with
bass. "— De la F6ronn6rie." f. 91b.

15. "En-vain j'ai jur6 " ; with bass,
f . 92b.

16. " Boire d'un vin d^licieux." " —
Duplessis." f. 93b.

17. "Que chacun de nous se livre":
vaudeville. By J. J. Rousseau, ff. 95,
219b.

18. " La m^re des Dieux " : vaudeville,
ff . 96b, 220b.

19. "L'art de charmer"; with bass.
«_ Courbois." f . 97.

20. "A quoi servent tant de charmes " :
gavotte, with bass. f. 101.

21. " L'Hyver est de retour": de-
scribed as "Air de Trompette." " —
Charles." f. 101b.

22. " Du Dieu d' Amour." f. 104b.

23. "Jeune Iris." "[J. 0.] Gillier."
f. 104b.

24. " Coules, brings, charmant vin."
f. 105.

25. "Dieu d' Amour, 6claire ce beau
jour" : rondeau. Described as "La
Voluptueuse de [Pran9ois] Coup[e]rin
. . . Parodie par M' P6ran." f . 111b.

26. "Vous qui donnas de I'Amour":
musette, f . 112.

27. " Gr6goire, revenant de boire."
f . 112b.



28. " Le Papillon le plus volage " ; with
bass. f. 114.

29. "Volage comme un papillon."
f. 138.

30. "Vange moi d'une ingratte mai-
tresse." f. 140b.

31. " Cesses, mes yeux." ib.

32. "Par tout ou je porte mes pas" ;
with bass. "—Morel." f. 145.

33. "A I'ombre de ce verd boccage."
ff. 150, 220.

34. "Puissant Dieu de la mer."
f . 160b.

35. " Apr^s le malheur effroyable."
f. 152b,

36. "Iln'est point d'insensible coeur."
f.l54.

37. "A I'ombre d'un Ormeau." ff. 154,
221b.

38. "Quand vos yeux, belle Iris."
f. 154b.

39. "Non, ce n'est pas mensonge."
" — Le Changeur." f . 157b.

40. "Des mains du tendre Amour."
f. 158.

41. " Le premier jour le I'an." ih.

42. " Quand le vin brille." f. 166.

43. "Vents furieux, d6chain6s vous."
f. 166b.

44. "Animus vous, muzette " : musette.
f . 171b.

45. "Doux Rossignols"; with bass.
f. 172b.

46. "Vastemer." f. 178.

47. "A nos voix unissons nos haut-
bois " : described as "Les Bergeries
de Coup[e]rin." f. 178b.

48. " Scav6s vous que cette liqueur."
f. 181.

49. "Quel chagrin." ih.

50. " Viens dans mes bras": rondeau,
f . 189b.

51. " Apr6s les Serments que j'ai faits."
"—Morel." f.202b.

52. " Ah I Que mon coeur est agit6 " ;
followed by the melody of a "pre-
lude," the last four bars of which
are directed to serve as accom-
paniment to the above recitative,
f. 213b.

53. " Qu'a bien boire, chacun s'a-
preste " ; with bass. f. 214.

54. " De mon quarteau en perce";
with bass, f . 215b.



526



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 14220.

Paper ; ff. 148. a.d. 1738, etc. Oblong folio.

Cantatas for a soprano voice (except no. 29, which is for contralto),
with a bass (occasionally figured) for harpsichord, in score.



1. "Benche, 6 sirena bella." " Ales-
sandro Scarlatti." f. 2.

2. " Filli adorata e cara." By the
same. f. 5b.

3. "Non posso, ohime, soffrire." f. 9.

4. "0, come a tempo [qui] t' incontro."
By Porpora. f . 14b.

5. " Tinte a note." "Francesco
Mancini." f. 18.

6. " II maggior de' miei mali." Two
copies. "Benedetto Marcelli."
ff. 22, 109b.

7. "Sfortunati miei sospiri." Two
copies. By the same. ff. 27, 34.

8. " Fille, non so s' io dica." f. 31.

9. " Viuo 6 non uiuo." f. 38.

10. "A Clorinda." Here ascribed in a
contemporary hand to Antonio Lotti,
but more probably by Baron d' Astorga
(see Add. 31489, f. 2). f . 42.

11. " E che contento mai sperar
poss' Io." f. 46.

12. "Or che lungi son io dal mio bel
foco." " Cau. Alesandro Scarlatti."
f. 50.

13. " Andate, o miei sospiri." "Fran"
Gasparini." This and nos. 14, 15
were the result of a friendly com-
petition between Gasparini and
Scarlatti, f. 54b.

14. "Cantata . . . fatta con Idea
umana," with an alternative setting
of the concluding Aria ; to the same



words. "Scarlatti." fi. 59, 63.

15. " Altra Cantata fatta con diflficolta,
ma regolata cromatico " ; to the same
words. By the same. f. 64b.

16. "Tirsi chiamare a nome." By
Porpora. Copied by Antonio Padoani
in 1738. f . 69.

17. " Amo la bella." "Leonardo Leo.''
f.73.

18. " Da che Tirsi mirai." This and
nos. 19-22 are by "Alessandro
Scarlatti." f. 77.

19. " Sta presente il mio Tesoro." f. 89.

20. " O uoi di queste salue {sic) habita-
trici." f. 93.

21. " Io, che del cor di Fille." f. 97.

22. " Qui deve (sic) alfin m' as[s]ido."
f. 101.

23. "Onda d' amaro pianto." "Bene-
detto Marcelli." f . 105.

24. " Air apparir della uermiglia
Aurora." f. 115.

25. "Giace Clori." "Benedetto
MarceUi." f. 119.

26. " Leggiadrissima Clori." f. 123.

27. " Come uago Augelletto." f. 129.

28. " Filli, mira d' intorno." f. 133.

29. " Occhi, come potete." " Marcello."
f. 137.

30. " Non lasciarmi, 6 bella." " [G. M.]
Orlandiui." f. 141.

31. "Cara e bella violetta." "Bene-
detto Marcelli." f. 145.



Additional 31626.

Paper; ff. 35. a.d. 1738. Oblong folio.

Sonnets from Edmund Spenser's Amoretti, set for a treble voice,
with a bass (occasionally figured) for harpsichord, in score, by
M[aurice] Greene ; with autograph dedication to the Duchess of
Newcastle [Harriet Pelham-Holles], 1738. The numbers of the
sonnets are given in brackets.



1. "Happy ye leaves " (1). f. 2.

2. "FaireEyes" (7). f.3.

3. "Ye tradefull merchants" (15).
f.4b.

4. "The rolling wheels " (18). f. 6.



5. " The merry Cuckow" (19). f. 7b.

6. " How long shall this like dying life
endure" (25). f. 8b.

7. " The Laurell leafe " (28). f. 9b.

8. "Like as a ship " (34). f. 11.



SONGS.



527



9. " What guile is this " (37). f. 12.

10. "Arion, when through tempest"
(38). f. 13.

11. " Sweet Smile " (39). f. 14b.

12. "Marke when she smiles" (40).
f. 16.

13. "The Love w"^"" me so cruelly
tormenteth" (42). f. 17b.

14. " Trust not the treason of those
smiling lookes " (47). f. 18b.

15. " Fayre cruell " (49). f. 19b.

16. " Faire, ye be sure " (56). f. 21.



17. "Thrise happy she" (59). f . 22b.

18. " After long stormes " (63). f. 24.

19. "Like as a huntsman" (67).
f . 25b.

20. " Fresh spring " (70). f. 26b.

21. "One day I wrote her name" (75).
f. 28.

22. " Lacking my love " (78). f. 29.

23. " After so long a race " (80). f. 30b.

24. " Since I did leave the pressence of
my love" (87). f.32b.

25. " Like as a culver" (89). f. 33b.



Additional 31604, ff. 2, 22, 28, 108.

Paper ; about 1739. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 265.

Cantatas for a soprano voice, with symphonies and accompani-
ments for a harpsichord (expressed by a figured bass) and other
instruments named below, in score.



1. "Mesta, oh Dio, fra queste selue" ;
with strings, etc. "Leonardo Vincj."
ff. 2-17.

2. "FiUe, dolce mio bene" ; with flute
obbligato. " Gio. [Adolf o] Hasse
[detto il] Sassone." f. 22.



3. "Orgoglioso fiumicello." By the
same. ff. 28-31.

4. "Luce degl' occhi miei " ; with
violins. " Gio. Bat[is]ta Pargolesi "
{sc. Pergolesi). ff. 108-115b.



Additional 31504, passim.

Paper; after 1740 (see f. 83b). Folio. Book-plate of Rev. Robert Ashe. The
MS. also contains other compositions, sacred, secular, and instrumental,
described elsewhere.

Cantatas and Arias with a figured bass. Some of them are
probably taken from operas.

1. " Sotto un raggio di rigida stella."
Anonymous, f. 3.

2. "Sdegnato e il ciel." Sung (?) by
Signor Laurenzi. " G. Porta." f. 4.

3. "Ricordati, 6 bella." " Predieri."
f.5b.

4. " Fia tuo sangue." "Capelli." f. 6b.

5. Aria; without words. "[Maria
Giusti detto La] Romanina." f. 7b.

6. "D' un' amante che h geloso."
"CapeUi." f.7b.

7. " Done, oh Dio, horidi Boschi."
" Andrea Fiore." f . 10.

8. "Cara, non faveUar." "Nicola
Porpora." f . lib.

9. " Qual tra fosca e ria tempesta."
Anonymous, f. 12b.

10. " Occhi belli, n6, non piangete."
"Orlandini." f. 13b.



11. " Priua del rai del sol." "Giuseppe
Alia {sic) Buini." f. 14b.

12. " Parto ; ti lascio." "Porta." f.l5b.

13. "Per te nel caro nido." "Nicola
Porpora." f. 18.

14. " Per saluarti, Idolo mio." By the
same. f. 19b.

15. "Dal di che ti mirai." By the
same, f . 21b.

16. "Ben lo provo (sic) il mio core."
" R. G[iovanelli ?]." f . 31b.

17. "Se vuoi oh' in pace io mora."
"Bononciny." f. 33b.

18. "Non mi seguir, infido." By the
same, f . 34b.

19. "Ascolta, Filomena." "Capelli."
f. 39.

20. "Mestosi lagna quell' usignuolo."
" Antho. Giai." f.40.



528



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



21. " Selve, se il vostro sol." " Gas-
perini." f. 41b.

22. "Solo in morir desio." " Orlan-
dini." f. 42b.

23. " Perche nacqui a regal sorte."
By the same. f. 43b.

24. " quantomi consola." " CapeUi."
f . 44b.

25. "S'affannaT usignolo."-' "Orlan-
dini." f. 46.

26. " Gridai guerra." " Andrea Fiore."
f.47.

27. " Col raprimi (sic), 6 Regno."
" Benedetto Michelle." f. 48b.

28. " Ma, s' il fato non m' inganna."
" Orlandini." f. 49b.

29. "Begl' occhi, poi che vi deggio
amar." " Tomaso Albinoni." f . 50b.

30. "La speranza menzognera."
Apparently sung by Sig. Scalzi.
"Gio. Porta." f . 51b.

31. " S' e delitto." " Nicola Porpora."
f . 53b.

82. " Sogno ancora o son desta."
Sung(?)by Sig. Laurenzani. "Gio.
Porta." f . 54b.

88. " Alia stragge." By the same.
ib.

34. "Penar non vaglio." Sung (?) by
Sig. Scalzi. By the same. f. 55b.

35. " Spiega il volo e passa il mar."
Sung(?) by Signor Laurenzani. By
the same, f . 56b.

36. " Se gia mai da speco." " Capelli."
f.60.

37. "Leggo negl' occhi tuoi." "Por-
pora." f. 61.

88. " Non sempre invendicata." By

the same. f. 62.
39. " La nuvolet[t]a." " Anth. Giaj."

f.66.



40. " Vorreinepur saprei." "Handle."
f . 66b.

41. " Nelle uene il sangue mio " : Can-
tata. " Benedetto Marcello." f . 70.

42. " Grave il fasto di regnar."
"Handle." f . 72b.

43. " Immortal Phcebus, hear " : aria.
Anonymous, f . 73b.

44. "Tutti arditi al fatale cimento."
" Scarlatti." f. 74b.

45. "Padre, addio." "Giuseppe
Buini." f. 89b.

46. "Gia che il uuoi." "Gio. Antho.
Giaj, di Geneva." f.91.

47. " Sinche Febo in ciel vedrai." By
j the same, f . 91b.

48. "Padre, fedel ti sono." By the
same. f. 92b.

49. " Basta dir che la mia pena."
"Albinoni." f. 94.

50. " Quale appunto aquila altera."
"Orlandini." f. 94b.

51. " Begl' occhi lusinghieri." "Giaii."
f.96.

52. " Aure grate." " Gasparini." f.97.
58. "II rio dal mar si parte." "Orlan-
dini." f . 98.

54. "Di cento belle mie." " Anto.
Giaij." f. 99.

55. "Sto in mezzo all' onde." "Por-
pora." f. 100.

56. " Crudel, tu dammi morte." " Gio.
Anthon. Giaij." f. 101b.

57. " Tergi il Ciglio." "Andrea Fior^."
f. 102b.

58. "La bocca vaga." "Handel."
f. 121.

59. " Cease, Myrtillo, cease to woe (sic)
me " : Pastoral song. Words by
Mr. Hoadly. "D' Green." f. 128b.



Egerton 814^817.

Paper; after 1744. Small folio. Belonged to William Chappell. See also
above, p. 272.

" Chansonnier ou Reciieil de Chansons Annecdotes, depuis I'annee
1600, jusqu'a present, 1744." In eight volumes bound in four. In
the margin are numerous notes relating to the historical persons
alluded to in the text of the songs, all the names being indexed at the
ends of the original volumes. The airs are unaccompanied and
anonymous. The original dates refer to the events recorded ; where
the dates assigned to the songs in King's 330-337 are different, they
are added below in square brackets.



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Egerton 814. Vol i.

1. " Charmante Gabrielle," 1600. f . 2.

2. "Si la Reine alloit avoir vn En-
fant," 1617; air, " Les Gu6ridons."
f.3b.

3. "On dit que I'Espagnol," 1617. f. 4.

4. " Sire, ne soy6s point courtois,"
1627 [1628]; air, "Les Rochelois."
f.4b.

5. "lis sont partis pour la Rochelle,"
1627 ; air, "Petite M'amour." f. 5.

6. " Monsieur d'Vs^s," 1628; air, " Vive
Le Roy." f. 5b.

7. "Mon Dieu, la Belle entree," 1628.
f.7b.

8. "M6trasat (sic) a dit," 1628; air,
"Bon, bon ! Que le Vin est bon."
f.8b.

9. "N'av^s vous point vii," 1628; air,
" L'amour malade." f. 11.

10. "Faites vous, Bourgeron," 1630
[1662] ; air, " Le beau Berger Tircis."
f. 13b.

11. "La Combalet se plaignoit fort,"
1636. f. 14.

12. "La Comballet n'est point con-
trite," 1636; air, "Frere Frapart."
f. 14b.

13. "Voicy de la Gasconne," 1637.
f. 15b.

14. " Comtesse, qu'elle (sic) fantaisie,"
1637; air, "Reveilles vous, belle en-
dorraie." f. 16.

15. "Nous avons un Dauphin," 1638;
air, " Guillor, mon amy." f. 16b.

16. " Roquelaure et S' Maigrain," 1642 ;
air, "Lampons, Camarades." f . 19.

17. "Richelieu est dans I'Enfer," 1642 ;
same air. f. 19b.

18. "Veut on s^avoir la difference,"
1642 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 22.

19. "Cy gist le fl6au de la terre";
same air. f . 22.

20. "Cy gist le pacifique Armand,"

1642 ; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 23.

21. "La Devigeon," 1643; air, "Vous
qui vous moqu6s." f. 25b.

22. " Peut-etre ne s<?av6s vous pas,"

1643 ; air, " Tin tin tin." f. 26.

23. " Je bois a ta Sant6," 1643; same
air. f. 26b.

24. "Si la pauvre Duchesse pleure,"
1643; air, "Reveilles vous, belle en-
dormie." f. 27.

II



25. "Pour bien gouter," 1643; same
air. f . 27b.

26. "Sire, si votre fr^-e," 1643 [1641];
air, " Le Gagne-petit." f. 28.

27. "De I'Isle d'Angleterre," 1643;
same air. f. 29.

28. " Quelle fortune," 1643 ; air, "Belle
brune." f. 30.

29. "Carus amicus Mussaais " (sc. La
Moussaye),1648; air, "Landerirette."
f. 30b.

30. "Gaston, qui sQavds mieux que
nous," 1644 [1643]; air, "Que le Ca-
baret a d'ap[p]as." f. 31b.

31. "Pardonn6z moy, grande Prin-
cesse," 1644; air, "Petite Fronde."
f.32.

32. "Enfans de Bachus," 1644; air,
" Les Rochelois." f . 32b.

83. "Par sa grimace," 1644; air,
" Philis, je chante." f.33b.

34. "Le Mar^chal de Guische," 1644.
f.34.

35. "Le Prince de Bidache," 1644
[1676]. Sung to a diSerent air in
King's MS. 331. f. 34b.

36. " L' Homme au Couteau cach6."
1644. f . 35.

37. " Chalais belle," 1644. f . 35b.

38. "Vingt mille hommes de pied,"
1645 ; air, " Fontarabie." f. 36.

39. "II est avis au petit Gesvres," 1645.
f. 38b.

40. "Les b— s de ces Lieux," 1645.
f.39.

41. "Ce fut environ la minuit," 1646;
air, " Jean de Vert." f. 40.

42. " Oiii, la Victoire a demand^," 1646 ;
air, " Laire La." f . 41b.

43. "J'ay oui Goulas jurer," 1646.
f . 43b.

44. "Monsieur dit a la Ribaudon,"
1646; air, "Ronde." f.44.

45. "La Ribaudon," 1747 {sc. 1647).
f.45.

46. "Le bien est chez les Partisans,"
1648 ; air, " Les Triollets." f. 46.

47. " La (sic) Pape," 1643 ; air, " Petite
Fronde." f. 48b.

48. " Je te le dis sans raillerie," 1648 ;
air, " La Grande Fronde." f. 49.

49. " Ce fut une strange Rumeur,"
1648 ; air, " AUeluya." f. 51b.

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50. "Le Cardinal, ce bon Prestre,"
1648 ; air, " Jean de Nivelle." f. 54.

51. "J'ay vu Beaufort,"' 1648; air,
" Vertudienne." f. 55b.

62. " La Jeune Caprette," 1648. f. 58b.

53. " Caches vous, Filles de la Eeine,"
1648 ; air, " Petite M'amour." f. 59.

54. " St. Germain depuis quelque
temps," 1649; air, "Les triolets."
f.60.

55. " Le Cardinal Mazarin pour cer-
tain," 1649 ; air, "Les Feuillantines."
f . 82b.

56. "Si Tamour de MarsiUac," 1649.
f. 83b.

57. " Belle Comtesse, dites nous," 1649.
f.84.

58. " Aupres de la Bastille," 1649; air,
" Belle et charmante brune." f. 84b.

59. " Grand Prince, je suis en peine,"
1649. f. 85.

60. " Quand ce grand Capitaine," 1649 ;
air, " Or nous dites, Marie." f. 86b.



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