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Additional 31724, passim.

Paper; after 1794 (latest known date of composition in the MS.). Oblong
octavo. See also above, p. 315 ; and under Guitar Solos, in vol. iii.

French and Italian songs, with guitar accompaniment, in score.
They are, with two exceptions, anonymous.

1. " Solitario bosco." f. 1. 16. "L' amante temido" (sic), beg,

2. *' Amo, e di amar mi duole." f. lb. " Vivo amante " : cavatina. f. 35.

3. " Dal Egitto son venuta." f. 2b. , 17. " Dove rivolgo, oh Dio." f. 37b.

4. "Aure amiche, ah, non spirate." ; 18. " Insensibile all' afietto": arietta.
f.3b. "— Diletta." f. 38b.

5. " Di tanti inganni tuoi." f. 4b. j 19. " Del miodestin ingiusto." f. 39b.

6. " Sognai che meco irata." f . 5b. ' 20. "Mama mia, non mi gridate."

7. "Vieni, amore": aria with varia- ' f. 41b.

tions. f. 6b. 21. " Tigra spietata." f. 42b.

8. " Sulla piazza, miei Signori." f . 8b. 22. "L'autre Jour sous I'ombrage."



9. "L'Elysee." f. 9b.

10. " Fra mille affanni." f. lib.

11. " Che pretendi, ingrata." f. 20b.

12. "Che di {sc. ti) giova, cara Fille."
f . 21b.

13. " Per vivere contento." f. 24.

14. "Oh teneri piaceri " : aria by A.
Salieri. f. 32.

15. " Tu mi chiedi, o mio tesoro." f. 34.



f . 43b.

23. "Sol tusei." f . 44b.

24. " Viendra[s] tu par " (sic), f. 45b.

25. ' ' De I'instant qu'on nous mit en
manage." f. 47b.

26. " Par piti6 daign6s vous." f. 48b.

27. "Plaisird'amour." f . 50b.

28. " Quand le bien-aime." f. 51b.

29. ' ' Ho sparse tante lagrime." f . 52b.



SONGS.



577



30. "II est dono (sc. done) vrai, Lu-
ciUe." f. 53b.

31. "Venez, venez vous rendre."
f. 55b.

32. "La dause (sc. danse) n'est par
(sic) ce que j'aime." f. 56b.

33. "Senza costrut[t]o." f.57b.

34. "J'entends dans nos Forets."
f. 58b.

35. " Che sa il mio bene." f. 59b.

36. " Ros[s]ignol[s], qui chantez sans
cesse dans mon jardin." f. 61b.

37. "Si nous vivions comme vivoient
nos P^res." f. 62.

38. " Nasce nel vago April." f. 63b.



39. "Dal di che s' incontrarno" (sic).
f. 64b.

40. " Senti il mio caso." f. 65b.

41. " Wer niemals einen Rausch hat
g'habt." " — Hausmeister." f . 68b.

42. "Gredea, Nina cara, di viver con-
tento." f. 69b.

43. "Mi soffro un gran tormento."
f . 70b.

44. " Ser (sc. Per) Valli e per monti."
f. 71b.

45. " Le Bonheur dans la vie." f. 75b.

46. " Je pourrois bien d6crire." f. 76.

47. " Tu jurois que I'amour." f. 76b.

48. " Tendre m61ancolie." f.77b.



Additional 14390, f. 35b.

Paper ; about 1795, etc. Folio. See also under Histories of Music (after 1802),
in vol. iii.

" RuNA of the Finlanders," beginning " Nuco, nuco, pico linto " ;
with a harmonized bass. From a collection of papers by Dr. Matthew
Guthrie, relating to the customs of the Russians.

Printed Book, E. 318 (end-f. 4).

Paper; about 1796 (watermark on preceding leaf). Oblong folio. See also
above, p. 316.

" Ye Banks and braes o' bonnie Doon" ; with a bass for pianoforte,
in score. Anonymous.

Additional 31217.

Paper; fi. 9. About 1798 (watermarks). Quarto and folio.

Songs, with symphonies and accompaniments for strings, and (in
no. 1) a figured bass for harpsichord, in score. Autograph.



1. "Behold where Dryden's less pre-
sumptuous car." "S.Wesley." f. 1.

2. "Pensive, with wand'ring Steps and



slow." "W. Jackson" [of Exeter].
f.6.



Additional 31412, ff. 23b, 45b, 74-76b.

Paper ; about 1798. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 373.

Fragments of Italian Cantatas, etc., with a bass, generally figui'ed,
in score, by Alessandro Scarlatti (unless the contrary is stated). In
the hand of Dr. Crotch.



1. " Baize alpestri." f. 23b.

2. "Tulosai." f. 23b.

3. "Sorgeva il sol." f. 45b.

4. " . . . hinnuloque cervorum." " Bo-
nifatio Gratiano." f. 74.

5. " Vado ben spesso " : aria. " Salva-
II



tor Rosa" [or G. B. Buononcini].
f. 74b.

6. " Ah, che invan mi querelo." f. 75.

7. " Sempre cosi penando." f. 75b.

8. "Bel tempo per me sen' ando."
"Carissimi." f . 76.

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Additional 31812, ff. 121-159 fassim.

Paper ; a.d. 1798. Quarto. The greater part of the MS. belonged to Miss A.
M. JefEery. See also above, p. 114.

Songs, in score. Nos. 1-5 have the pianoforte accompaniment
written out in full; nos. 6-9 and 11-13 have only a bass; no. 10 has
a violin part.



1. "The Ghost of Carrill," beg. "The
stars of the night." From Ossian.
"J.Percy." Autograph, f. 121.

2. "Poor Orra tink of Yanko dear."
Anonymous, f. 136.

3. " There was an old woman had three
sons." In the hand of R. J. S.
Stevens, who appears to have copied
it from a MS. that belonged to Miss
— Egerton in 1828. f. 138.

4. "Ally Croker," beg. "There lived a
man in Baleno-crazy," Anonymous,
f . 139.

5. " Prudente mi chiedi." " Federici."
f . 140.



6. " Lusingami speranza." Anonymous,
f. 147.

7. " Begl' occhi, perdonatemi." Anony-
mous, f. 147b.

8. "Se versasti." Anonymous, f. 148b.

9. " Dolce amor." Anonymous, f . 150.

10. " Ah, come il core " [Italian can-
tata, 1783]. "Haydn." f. 151.

11. " Lusinghiero, m' ingannasti."
" Merchi." f. 157.

12. " Se vi dicessi." By the same.
f. 158.

13. " Cara mia Nice." Anonymous.
f . 159.



Additional 32193, ff. 99-153.

Paper ; a.d. [17]99. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 22.

" DANCKGEPiJHL einer Geretteten an Wienn's edle Bevs^ohner. Zum
Besten der durch den Eisstoss verunglii[c]kten " : a Monodrama, with
accompaniments for strings, oboes, flutes, clarinets, horns, bassoons,
trumpets, trombones, and drums, in score, by Johann Nepomuk
Hummel. Autograph. The words for recitation are by Joseph
Hummel, Doctor of Medicine, of Bruck on the Leitha.



Printed Book, A. 909, pp. Ill, 120.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong octavo. See also vol. i, p. 440.
Songs by English composers.



1. The melody of "Hark, hark 1 Tis a
Voice from the Tomb." [By John
Worgan, published in a collection of
Vauxhall songs, about 1752.] The
tune appears to have been known as



"Berkshire." p. 111.
2. "Rising Sun," beg. "Hail to thy
Brightness " ; with a bass for harpsi-
chord or pianoforte, in score. Anony-
mous, p. 120.



Egerton 2514.

Paper ; ff. 216. 18th cent. Octavo.

Collection of " Airs " of a convivial or amorous character, with
French words. They are unaccompanied and anonymous, and are



SONGS.



579



described in the unfinished index, at the end of the MS., as " Vaux-de-
uille et Ronds de table."



1. " La Brune fait le bonheur." f. 1.

2. " Je ne veux plus boire." f. 4b.

3. "Je m'en allay aux Ccslestins."
f.7b.

4. " Je rencontray I'autre Jour." f . 10b.

5. " Vn jeune Cordelier." f. 12b.

6. "Dans cette agr^able demeure."
f . 14b.

7. " Tircis me dit I'autre Jour." f. 17b.

8. "Cond6, la Pleneuf et Crequy."
f. 19b.

9. "Iris est il vn Coeur qui ne vous
cede." f. 21b.

10. "Lonlenla." f.22b.

11. " Meffiez vous de ces grands ndz."
f. 24b.

12. " Je suis perdue." f . 25b.

13. " L'amant le plus fidelle." f. 29.

14. "Pour me mettre en train." f. 35b.

15. "Belle Iris, le Ciel est bien com-
plice." f. 87b.

16. "On a de tout temps 6prouu6."
f. 43b.

17. "Le vin ne sert icy qu'a redoubler
ta gloire." f. 49b.

18. " Quand Lise auec son air badin."
f.53.

19. " A boire je fais rage." f. 55b.

20. "Je veux boire a ma Lisette."
f . 57b.

21. "Ah, qu'Iris a la table est char-
mante." f. 61.

22. "Jeanne et Jean." f. 63b.

23. " Quittons, Amis, nostre tendresse."
f.65.

24. "Buvons, Amisl Le temps s'enfuit."
f . 67b.

25. "Le D^sespoir suit I'amour."
f . 69b.

26. " Sont les filles de I'op^ra." f. 72.

27. " Pauvre hermitte." f . 74b.

28. " Nanon dormoit." f.75b.

29. " Quand je vais a la cbasse."
f. 78b.

30. "Je suis d'une humeur volage."
f.81.

31. "Nous sommes demy-douzaine."
f. 82.

32. " Le jeune Berger qui m'engage."
f.83.

38. "Fou qui passe sa vie a boire."
f. 84.



34. "L'autre Jour Iris d'un air tendre."
f . 85b.

35. " Tout roule a I'auanture." f. 86b.

36. " Baise-moy, mes Amours." f. 88.

37. "Margot rencontr[a]it I'autre Jour."
f.89.

38. "Que vous m'auez fait rire."
f.91.

39. "LTne Demoiselle a la cbasse au
loup." f. 92.

40. " Douze grands Coups buvons a
C^lim^ne." f. 92b.

41. "Colin, va-t'en dire a Nanon."
f. 93b.

42. " Qui crains {sic) d'auancer I'beure."
f. 94b.

43. "Nous voyageons par tout le
monde." f.96.

44. " Je vous rencontray I'autre Jour."
f.98.

45. " Pendant les chaleurs de I'est^."
f. 99b.

46. "La jeune Abaise" {sc. Abbesse).
f . 100b.

47. "De faire son mary cocus" (sic).
f. 102b.

48. " Quand Maman me maria." f. 106.

49. "Ah, petit." f. 107.

50. " Rien n'est plus certain." f. 108.

51. "Mon Mary contre la loix " (sic).
f. 109.

52. " La vie est ennuyeuse." f. 110.

53. "Philis en cherchant son Amant."
f.lll.

54. " Vn soir apres roquille." f. 112.

55. " Je mets ma bouteille a terre."
f. 118.

56. " Quand vne fiUe." f. 114b.

57. "Entre Paris et St. Denis."
f. 115b.

58. " Robin s'en va-t a I'eau." f. 117.

59. " Heureux celuy qui chemine sur la
terre." f. 119.

60. ' ' Je n'ay pour tout mon domestique
que Margot." f. 121b.

61. " Je sers vne Demoiselle." f. 123.

62. "Nem'entendez-vouspas." f. 124b.

63. "Eloign^ de Nanette." f . 126.

64. "C'est Monsieur de tout-ly-faut."
f . 127b.

65. "Bon Jour, mon Pere." f. 129.

66. " Margotton va a I'eau." f. 130b.

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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



67. "Quand je bande mon fusil."
f . 132.

68. " Mon Pere, je viens deuant vous."
f. 136.

69. "Voulez vous scauoir I'histoire."
f. 139.

70. " Bourdaloue peut tout d'une voix
r6p6ter." f. 146.

71. "On dit que I'aimable folie."
f . 149b.

72. " Belle et charmante Brune."
f. 151b.

78. "Profitez Men, jeunes fiUettes."
f . 154b.

74. " Nicolas va voir Jeanne." f. 156b.

75. " N'oseroit ton criquon." f. 159b.

76. " Quand a la pomme au Ciel on
disputa." f. 161b.

77. " Sans craindre Iris." f. 162b.

78. " Blaise, voyant sa Lisette." f. 164.

79. "Je n'eus pour toute heritage."
f . 166b.

80. " Permettez, Madame." f. 168.

81. " Amis, prenons le verre." f . 169.

82. " Au Dieu d'amour." f.l70.

83. " Amis, 11 n'est rien dans le monde."
f. 171b.



84. " Petitte Fancbonette." f.l73.

85. " Loing de la Cour." f . 174b.

86. " Verse du vin." f. 176.

87. " Ayez done pitie, mesdames."
f. 177.

88. " Lisette a I'ombre d'un hormeau."
f. 179b.

89. " Annette aime la solitude."
f. 181b.

90. " Vn Berger, rebuts." f. 183b.

91. " Si vous aimer est un crime."
f. 185b.

92. "C'est en vain que de leur ten-
dresse." f. 187.

93. " De tons les Coeurs." f. 189.

94. " Mon papa pendant la nuit."
f. 194b.

95. "Tircis, couchd ■ sur I'herbette."
f. 197.

I 96. " Aupres d'un buisson." f. 201.

! 97. " Dans les noeuds de I'hymen."

I f. 203.

j 98. " Fillette seullette." f.207b.

' 99. " L'autre Jour I'aimable Tircis."

f . 210b.
100. "Tircis pour complaire a Nanette."

f . 213b.



Additional 5321, fF. 103, 109b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 18.

Arias, in score. [By G. F. HandeH] At the end of a copy of
Handel's " Acis and Galatea."



1. " De[l]r aquila 1' artigli"; with a
bass, f . 103.

2. "Qui r Augel di pianta in pianta " ;



with strings, or flute and strings,
f . 109b.



Additional 6145.

Paper ; ff . 20. 18th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to P[ierre] L[ouis] Gin-
guen6 [1748-1816].

"Recueil de [6] Chansons, avec Accompagnemens de deux Violons,
Basson ou Quinte, et Basse-Continue " ; the violins being in separate
parts, the rest in score. [By Jean Jacques Rousseau.] Autograph .

1. "L'amour m'a fait la peinture." j 4. " L'amant f rivole et volage." ff. 6b,
ff. 2b, 9b, 13b, 17b. ' 11, 15, 19.

2. " Ecoutez I'histoire du beau Misis." I 5. " Quoi, vouspartez." S. 7b, lib, 15b,
fi. 3b, 10, 14, 18. i 19b.

3. " L'amour est un chien de vaurien." I 6. " Que chacun de nous se livre."
fi. 5b, 10b, 14b, 18b. ! f. 8b, 12, 16, 20.



SONGS.



581



Additional 14112, ff. 111-120.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 442.
Italian songs, in score, by Leonardo Leo.



1. •' Non potrei, benche volessi " : can-
tata, with a bass for harpsichord.
f. 111.



2, " Quegli occh[i]etti '
strings, f. 115.



aria, with



Additional 14126, ff. 139-143.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 436.

" II vezzoso tuo sembiante " : Aria, with symphony and accompani
ments for strings, in score, by Porpoi'a, who has added in his own
hand an alternative Latin text, beginning " [Lumijnosse apparent
stellfe."

Additional 14157, ff. 1, 6, 10,22.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 326.

Cantatas for a sopi'ano voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord,
in score, by Porpora.

1. " T' intendo, si, mio cor." f. 1. I 3. " Ecco 1' infausto lido." f. 10.

2. " Idolatrata." f. 6. ' 4. " Questo e il Platano f rondoso." f . 22.



Additional 14169, ff. 240-243b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 437.

" Cosi la villa nella stagion piu bella " : aria for an alto voice, with
symphony and accompaniments [for horns and strings ?], in score, by
Francesco di Majo.



Additional 14166, ff. 77-113 passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 343.

Compositions in Italian for a single voice, with accompaniments, in
score, by Alessandro Scarlatti, with the exception of the last, which
is by Domenico Scarlatti. Nos. 1 and 2 are arias, with instrumental
accompaniments ; nos. 3—5, cantatas, with a figured bass.



1. "Careluci." f.77.

2. " Mentr' ella offesa langue." f. 81.

3. " Doppo lungo penar." f . 84.



4. " Tra speranza e timore " ; with
violins, etc. f. 93.

5. " Amenissimi prati." f. 108.



Additional 14182.

Paper ; ft. 89. 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Collection of twenty-two Italian Cantatas, with a figured bass for
harpsichord, in score. Here attributed to Steffani, but really (as indi-



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



cated by a note at the beginning, in the hand of M. Rophino Lacy
1856), by Handel ; with the exception of the last, which is by
Domenico Scarlatti, and possibly no. 20, which is not published in the
Handel-Gesellschaft's edition of the Cantatas.



1. " Menzognere speranze." f. 1.

2. " Sarei troppo felice." f. 4.

3. "Poich^ giuraro (sic) amore." f . 8b.

4. " Del bell' Idolo mio." f. 13b.

5. "Sei pur bella"; probably adapted
by Handel from an earlier work (see
preface to vol. li of the Handel-Ge-
sellschaft's edition of his works).
f. 17b.

6. " Aura soavi." f. 23.

7. " Sarai contenta un dl." f. 25b.

8. " Se, per fatal destino." f. 28b.

9. " Occhi miei, che faceste." f. 31b.

10. " Udite il mio consiglio." f. 35.



" Fille adorata e cara." f. 42b.
' Clori, degl' occhi miei." f. 46.



11.

IS-
IS. " Sento la che ristretto." f. 50.

14. " Dimmi, 6 mio cor." f. 54b.

15. "Careselve." f . 59.

16. " Clori, Clori I Ove sei." f.63.

17. " Parti 1' Idolo mio." f . 66b.

18. " E partirai, mia vita." f.70.

19. "Fra pensieri quel pensiero.'
f . 74b.

20. " Lilla, vedi quel colle." f . 78.

21. " Dalla guerra amorosa." f. 81.

22. " Selve, Caverne e monti." f. 85b.



Additional 14183, flf. 140, 151.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 326.

Cantatas for a treble voice, with figured bass for harpsichord, in
score, by Giovanni Battista Buononcini.



1. " Sorge r Alba." f. 141.



Che tirannia." f . 151.



Additional 14184.

Paper ; fi. 57. 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Cantatas for a soprano voice, with figured bass for harpsichord, in
score, by Giovanni Battista Buononcini. No. 1 appears to be tran-
scribed by Pietro Sigismondo ; the others are in a different hand.

1. " Su la sponda del Mar." Words by 4. " In due Luci vezzosette." f. 29.
Conte di Chiaromonte (?). f. 1. i 5. " Non saria dei fior' Reina." f. 37.

2. "Fra Catena hauerilpiede." f . 7. 6. " Cieco Nume." f . 43.

3. " Ch' io ti manchi di fede." f. 17. 7. " Voglio senza speranza." f. 51.



Additional 14190, fiP. 41-45b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 235.

" O Flora, anima mia " : Cantata for soprano, with a figured bass,
by [Alessandro?] Scarlatti.



SONGS.



583



Additional 14207, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 327.

Songs, with accompaniments, consisting for the most part of a bass
for harpsichord, in score.



1. " Levommi il mio pensier " ; with
strings. "Niccol6Zmgarelli." Words
from Petrarch, f. 1.

2. " Se r amarti e delitto": Cantata.
" Baron d' Astorga." f. 31.

3-9. " Ecco quel fiero istante" (words
by Metastasio). Seven settings : — by

" Sig[no]ra ." f. 37 ;— " Gaetano

CafEarelli." f. 37b ; — Anonymous,
fi. 38b, 39 ; — " Orazio Gravina."
f. 39b, 40;— and " Angelo Monticelli."
ff. 40b.

10. " Spira di fronda in fronda."
" Gioan Giorgi." Autographic), f. 41.

11. " Sospira Anima mia." "Sig'A.B."
f.62.

12. " Gianel' Indoemisfero": Cantata.
"Gio"' Veneziano." Apparently copied



by C. P« in 1737. f. 66.

13. " Esci mio gregge florido " : Can-
tata. "Pran'"'Gasparini." Composed
for Senesino. f . 70.

14. "Mio nemico pensier": Cantata.
" Padre Attilio Ariosti." f. 75.

15. " Priuo di Clori " : Cantata. " Co-
lombani." f. 79.

16. "Non temer, 6 mio Cor": Aria.
In the same hand, f . 83b.

17. " Due gran' Filosofi " ; with
strings. " Anello Bruno." Auto-
graph {'>). f. 159.

18. " Vsignol che tra le frondi " : Can-
tata. " Federico Hendel." f. 180.

19. " Amoena lambit prata " : Aria with
recitative, accompanied by strings.
" Dom" Merola." f. 196.



Additional 14209, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 328.

Cantatas, etc., for a single voice, with bass (generally figured) for
harpsichord or violin, in score, by anonymous composers. Nos. 1-8
are for soprano ; nos. 9 and 10, for bass.



1. "Dimmi, mio ben, perche"; 1703.
In the hand of Servus (?) de Juliis.
f.l.

2. " Air arenoso lido." f. 16.

8. " O Pastori, io v' aviso." By Por-
pora. f. 23.

4. " Su la sponda d' un rio." f. 28.

5. " Porgetemi 1' armi." f. 32.

6. "Da le sfere ruotanti " ; 1736. The



original ascription to " Giovanni
Fischetti " has been altered to " N.
N." f.40.

7. " Che uolete da me." Imperfect at
the end. ff. 44-59.

8. "Veni; sed Philomela"; with a bass
for violin, f. 83.

9. " Da una scoscesa rupe." f. 88.

10. " Sopr' un eccelsa torre." f. 124.



Additional 14213, ff. 1-1 45b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 329.

Italian Cantatas, with accompaniments, in score. Where the
contrary is not stated, they are for a contralto voice and have a bass
(usually figured) for harpsichord. Nos. 1-6 are by Johann Adolf
Hasse ; nos. 2, 3, and 6 being for a soprano.



1. " E ver, mia Fille " ; with strings.
f.l.



2. " Credi, 6 caro." f. 17.

3. " Chieggio ai gigli." f. 23.



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4. " Orgoglioso FiumiceUo." f. 28.

5. " L' inf elice Tortorella ' ' ; with strings,
f. 37.

6. " Pur ti stringo in questo petto."
f.49.

7. " Se d' Amore incerto sei." This
and no. 9 are by "Carlo Arrigoni,
Fiorentino." f. 56.

8. " Qual per ignoto (sic) calle." In
the same hand and probably by the
same, f . 63.

9. " Ti sento, amor." f. 71.

10. "lo, che dal Cor di Fille." This
and nos. 11, 12 are by " Caualier
Alessandro Scarlatti." f.77.

11. " Son io, barbara Donna." f. 84.

12. " Solitudini care"; for soprano.
f.88.



13. " Esci mio gregge." By F. Gaspa-
rini. f. 98.
I 14. "Figlie del mio dolor"; for so-
j prano. " Diogenio Bigaglia." f. 99.

15. " Son io, barbara Donna." " Gio.
I Bononcini." f. 103.
j 16. " Lo sapete, occhi lucenti." By
I the same. f. 111.

17. " Su la nascente erbetta " ; for so-
prano. " Baron d' Astorga." f. 116.

18. " Alpestre monte." " Francesco
Maucini." f. 124.

19. " Tra le morbide piume." By the
same. f. 132.

20. " Siedi, Amarilli " ; for soprano.
" Nicola Porpora." f. 136.

21. " Eendi al mio cor la pace." " An-
tonio Lotti." f. 141.



Additional 14214.

Paper ; ff. 177. 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, with a bass (generally figured) for harpsichord, in score.
'N'os. 3, 11, 13, 14, 16 and 18 are for a contralto voice; the others,
for soprano.



1. "Qual sia dentro al tuo Core."
" Baron D' Astorga." f.2.

2. "Quidoue il mar." By the same,
f. 12.

3. " Tanto, dunque, e si reo." This
and nos. 4, 5 are by "Gio. Adolf o
Hasse, detto il Sassone." f. 20.

4. "Lasciaifior'." f . 28.

5. " Lungi d' ogni amoroso, aspro tor-
mento." f. 34.

6. " Agitata Navicella." Anonymous,
f. 42.

7. "Siilariuad'unRuscello." "Fran"
Mancini." f. 50.

8. " Pastorelle, che piangete." This
and nos. 9-22 are by ' ' Nicolo [Anto-



nio] Porpora." f. 64.

9. " Pastori, io v' aviso." f. 71.

10. " Dice che m' ami." f. 78.

11. " Speranze del mio cor." f. 86.

12. " Mentre canta 1' aucelletto." f. 93.

13. "Non so come restisto" (sic). f.lOO.

14. " Sii la fiorita sponda." f. 107.

15. " Innocente il mio Core." f. 115.

16. "Questa, dunque, 6 la selua."
f. 128.

17. "Lucciolette,andateaFille." f.l31.

18. " Vidi la nauicella." f . 139.

19. "Tu ten uai." f. 146.

20. " Questo e il platano." f. 154.

21. " Tra speranze e timore." f. 162.

22. " Ninfe, Pastori, udite." f. 170.



Additional 14216.

Paper ; fi. 119. 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, with a bass (generally figured), for harpsichord, in score,
by Baron Emanuele d' Astorga (also written de la Storga or dell'
Astorga, at fi". 2, 49, etc.). Nos. 1-4, 6, 15 and 18 are for a contralto
voice ; the others, for a soprano.



1. " Doppo tante e tante pene." f. 2.

2. " Col sen di gigli adorno." i. 10.



3. "Deh, dimrai, amor." f. 16.

4. "Non lasciarmi, o bella." f. 24.



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5. "Piu che porto il pi^ lontano."
f. 31.

6. " Clorinda, s' io t' amai." f. 35.

7. "Piangi, deh', piangi." f. 48.

8. " Sopra d' un verde prato." f . 49.

9. " Ti parlo, e non m' ascolti." f. 53.

10. " In questo core piu va crescendo."
Two copies, ff. 57, 82.

11. " Piange la tortorella." f. 64.



12. " Dissi, t' amo, 6 bella." f. 71.

13. " Dentro ameno giardino." f . 78.

14. " Augellin, che tra le frondi." f . 86.

15. " Torna Aprile." f.94.

16. "Ne' solinghi recessi di questa se-
lua." f. 100.

17. " Quando penso agl' affanni." f. 108.

18. "Regiofior." f. 114.



Additional 14217.

Paper ; fi. 153. 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, with a bass (frequently figured) for harpsichord, in
score. Unless the contrary is stated, they are for a soprano voice,
and anonymous. They are all in the same hand, except nos. 10, 16
and 20.



1. " Se non piangi." f. 2.

2. "O se potessi amar." f. 10.

3. " 11 dolor che t' affligge." f.



18.



4. " Air or che il Dio di Delo." f. 24.

5. " Se a languir ti condanno." f. 34.

6. "In due uaghe pupille." By A.
Scarlatti, f. 40.

7. " Nel sentier piu solingo." f . 46,

8. " Come si presto." f. 53,

9. " La bella Clori." f.61.

10. "Irene mia." " [? G. B.] Bonon-
cino." In the hand of Francesco
Antonio Izzarelli. f. 69.

11. " Dimmi, Filli"; for contralto.
f, 75.



12. "Filli, ben so." f . 85.

13. " Ricordati, mio Cor." f. 94.

14. " Clori, mi sento al seno incognito
ueleno." By G. B. Buononcini,
f . 103.

15. " Troppo dicesti, o Lilla." f. 113.

16. "Benche la Bella mia." " [? P.]
Mancini." f. 121.

17. " Giongi (sic) pianto al pianto " ; for
contralto, f. 125.

18. " Lungi dal tuo sembiante." f. 130.

19. " Piango in van del Idol mio." By
G. B. Buononcini. f. 140.

20. "Filli, mio ben." " [? G. B.] Bo-
noncino." f. 146,



Additional 24307, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 334.

Songs, with accompaniments, in score. Unless the contrary is
stated, they have a basso continuo and are anonymous.



1. " Spesso mi sento dir " ; with strings.
" Filippo Palma." [From Six Italian
So7igs, about 1755.] f. 66.

2. " Sto aspettando 1' idol mio." This
and nos. 3-13 are in the same hand,
and were evidently published in the
same order as here. f. 96.

3. " Per ti aver, Cattina." f. 96b.

4. " Nina, se tu saves[s]i." f. 97.

5. " Tutte 'ste putte." f. 97b.

6. " Sel (sic) canto solo." f. 98.



7. " L' occasion delle miepene." f. 98b.

8. " Cara Bettina." f. 99.

9. " Grazie agli inganni tuoi." f, 99b.

10. "Mia cara Nina." f . 100.

11. " Donne (sic) cortese." f . 100b.

12. " Cosa t' ho fatto, Nina." f. 101.

13. " Vieni, o caro." f . 101b.

14. " La speranza non m' inganna " ;
with a figured bass, f . 104b.

15. " II mio cor che gia per te." f. 107.



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Additional 29274, ff. 59-66b.
Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 335.

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