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accompaniments for strings, in score, by Pergolesi.

Additional 30931, f. 157b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Folio. See also vol. i, p. 41.

Song for a treble voice, without accompaniment, " Too long, female
charmes, I've ador'd you." Anonymous.



Additional 31226, ff. 1-62.
Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 85.



Italian Cantatas, with a bass.
Marcello ; nos. 10-12, by Handel.

1. " Dimando a voi pieta." f. 1.

2. " Ecco, a funesto occaso." f. 5.

3. " Pecorelle che pascete." f. 10.

4. "Nasce il sole." f. 14.

5. " Senza il caro e dolce sguardo."
f.l8.

6. " Messaggier deUe mie pene." f. 22.

7. " Son pastorella." f . 26.

8. " Ti sento arder in seno." f. 31.

9. " Dal di oh' io rimirai mio Caro."
f. 35.

10. " Lungi dal mio bel Nunae " (in A



Nos. 1-9, 14, are by Benedetto

minor), f. 40.

11. "Epartirai.mia vita" (in A minor).
f.46.

12. Cantata made up of " Se un sol
momento " from " Sento la che ri-
stretto" (in A minor) and " Per formar
si vaga" from " Dite, miei pianti."
f. 51.

13. " L' Arianna abbandonata," beg.
"Su le deserte sponde." " Fortu-
nato Chelleri." f. 54.

14. " A voi de' miei sospiri." f. 59.



Additional 31310, ff. 37-40.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 208.

" AuGELLiN che tra le frondi " : Cantata for a soprano voice, with a
bass for harpsichord, in score, by Baron d' Astorga. Described on the
title-page as " No. 5."

Additional 31489, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 365.

Italian Cantatas, with figured bass for harpsichord, in score.
Nos. 1-18 are for a treble voice ; nos. 19-24, for a tenor.



1. " A Clorinda." " Barone D. Ema-
nuele d' Astorga." f. 2.

2. "Clorinda, set' amai." Bythesame.
f.7.

3. "Tormento del mio core." " Gio-
uanni Bononcini." f . 12.



4. " Quante son le mie pene." This
and nos. 5-8 are by " Astorga."
f . 15b.

5. " E pur dolce amare." f. 20.

6. " Come sei tu, mia Clori." f. 24.

7. " Doppo tante e tante pene." f. 28b.



SONGS.



587



8. " Dunque e pur ver." f. 32b.

9. "Epur sempre." " Alessandra (sc.
Alessandro) Stradella." f. 38.

10. " Che piu pensi." By the same,
f. 42.

11. " Forsenato pensier." By the same.
f. 48b.



12. "Oh dei ! qual mi sorprende."

Anonymous, f. 56.
13-24. Twelve cantatas (of which the

initial words are given in the index),

by Porpora. [Published in London,

1735.] fi.60-154.



Additional 31490, ff. 6 2-7 3b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 175.

Cantatas for treble voice, with basses (partly figured) for harpsi-
chord, in score, by Giuseppe Sammartini.



1. "Oh vita, vita, n6." f . 62.

2. " Da procella tempestosa." f. 66.



3. " Ahi, qual cruccio." f. 70.



Additional 31497, &. 1-24.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 175 ; and above, p. 81.

Cantatas for a solo voice, with a bass for harpsichord, in score.

3. " Andiamo, 6 Pecorelle " : described
as " Cantata Enarmonica." "Franc*



1. "La Cassandra," beg. " Udi, o Troia."
" Ben'" Marcello." f. 1.

2. " Miro la Tortorella." By the same.
f.l6.



Gasparini." f. 21.



Additional 31506, ff. 2-1 64b passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. Bookplate of Robert Smith. See also
vol. i, pp. 328, 444 ; and above, pp. 81, 176, 336.

Arias, Cantatas, etc., with a bass (generally figured) for harpsi-
chord, and (in most cases) parts for violins, in score.



1. " Non darpiu pene." "Aless" Scar-
latti." f. 2.

2. "Che fate nel mio sen" : Cantata.
" Franc" Monarino." f. 5b.

3. " Mentre di Teti in seno " : Cantata,
with trumpet, eic. " Aless" Melani."
f.l5.

4. " AU' armi, pensieri." By the same.
f.23.

5. " Crudo cor." By the same. f. 29.

6. "lo non vo' teco contendere." " Pi-
lippo Rossi." f. 30.

7. " Tuoni, fulmini." Anonymous,
f. 31.



11. " Ben mio, quel uerme " : Cantata.
" AUess" Scarlati." f. 44b.

12. " Un cor da uoi ferito." By the
same. f. 54b.

13. " Quai beUici accenti " ; with trum-
pet, c^c. "Aless" Melani." f.55.

14. " Correa nel seno." " Aless" Scar-
lati." f. 63.

15. " Prigioniera son io." Anonymous.
f.78b.

16. "Se del mio duolo." "Gio. del
Violone." f. 80b.

17. "Piu non puole (sic) il mio core."
" Aless - " Melani." f. 81.



8. " Preparati a mentire." "Franc" 18. " Ne senza spine." " Ber" Pasq"'."
Gasparini." f. 32b. : f . 88b.

9. " Tutto foco." " Al" Scarlatti." | 19. " Fermate, 6 legni armonichi."
f. 34b. " Aless" Melani." f. 89b.



10. " La speme e gia in campo." " Gio.
del Violone." f. 35b.



20. " Intorno a' picciol lume." "Gio.
del Violone." f. 92b.



588



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



21. " Si scosse al dire addio." Anony-
mous, f . 97.

22. "Numi, uoi che siete auuezzi."
" Aless'° Melani." f. 102.

23. "Care mura adorate." " Aless"
Scarlatti." f. 103b.

24. "Si, mio caro " : Aria. " Aless"
Melani." f. 112b.

25. " Moriro, se tu lo brami." "Franc"
Gasperini." f. 115.

26. " Preparati a morir." By the same.
f.ll6.

27. " Saetta, che 1' arco dal cielo."
Anonymous, f. 117.

28. "Poverta, piagbeecatene." Anony-
mous, f. 119.



29. "Piango, sospiro." " Aless" Scar-
latti." f. 121b.

80. "Veder esoSrire." " Franc" Gaspe-
rini." f . 126b.

31. " Se susurra la foglia." By the
same. f. 128b.

32. " Che mi gioua la porpora." By
the same. f. 130.

33. "Cola, doue rimbomba." "Aless"
Melani." f. 130b.

34. "E la fiamma del mio core."
Anonymous, f. 160b.

35. "Belle sembrano " : Aria. "Abb"
Bani." f. 161.

36. " Sospiri, uolate " : Cantata.
"Franc" Monarino." f. 162b.



Additional 31508, ff. 2-65b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 434.
Cantatas with a figured bass, in score, by Alessandro Scarlatti.



1. " Al fin m' ucciderete." f. 2.

2. " BeUa, dunque, n' andrai." f. 10b.

3. " In amorosi ardori." f . 15.

4. " Dormono 1' aure." f. 22.

5. " Ti uorrei credere." f. 30.



6. " Clori, mia cara." f. 38b.

7. " Pastorella innamorata." f. 44.

8. " Per saettar uu seno." f. 52b.

9. " E pure il gran tormento." f. 59b.



Additional 31509.

Paper ; ff. 112. 18th cent. Oblong folio.
Cantatas for a soprano voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord,



in score, by Alessandro Scarlatti.

1. " Lascia di tormentar." f. 8b.

2. *' Fiamma ch' avampa a incenne-
rirmi il seno." f . 12.

3. " Perdono, amor." Imperfect &t the
end (see Add. 31511, f. 37b). f. 18b.

4. " lo che dal Cor di Fille." f . 27b.

5. " Care selve gradite." f. 36.

6. " Andate, o miei sospiri." f. 45b.



7. " Solitudini care." f. 54.

8. " Lontan dalla sua Clori." f. 63b.

9. " voi di queste selve habitatrici."
f.72.

10. " Alme, voi che provaste." f . 80.

11. " Entro romito speco." f. 89b.

12. " Nice mia, un solo istante." f. 99.



Additional 31512.

Paper ; ff. 136. 18th cent. Oblong folio. Bookplates of Dr. Thomas Bever
and of G. L. Benson, of Salisbury.

Italian Songs, with a figured bass for harpsichord, and (in nos.
45-55) an additional part for a violin, in score. Except where the
contrary is stated, they are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

3. " Se amor con un contento." f. 13b.

4. " Sento nel core certo dolore."
f. 17b.



1, " n Disperato," beg. " Bei Prati."
This and nos. 2-20 are Cantatas for a
soprano voice, f . 3.

2. "Ne' tuoi lumi." f . 8.



5. " E lungi dal mio bene." f. 20b.



SONGS.



589



6. " Che fai, mio cor." f. 24b.

7. " Ho una pena intorna al Core."
f. 27.

8. "Voi fug[g]iste, hore tranquille."
f.30.

9. " Le vaghe tue pupille." f. 32b.

10. " Quando stanche dal pianto."
f.36.

11. " Oh, che pena e la mia." f. 40b.

12. "Veggio I'idolomio." f. 45.



13. " Ove fuor del mio seno," f. 48b.

14. " Fu d' oro il primo dardo." f. 52.

15. " Se a quel fiero dolor." f. 55b.

16. "Arse felice un tempo." f. 59.

17. " Per un momento solo." f. 63.

18. "Questo di bei giacinti serto."
f. 66.

19. " Scorgo il fiume." f. 72b.

20. " Alfin m' ucciderete." "Tomasso
Albinoui." f. 77.



The remaining numbers are described as " Canzonetts," and, with
the exceptions noted below, are for a soprano voice.



21. " Posso dirui ch^ u' adoro"; two
verses, f . 82.

22. " Pill cara del core " ; for contralto,
f. 84.

23. " Ti ricordo ch^ sempre t' amai " ;
two verses, the first for contralto.
f.85.

24. " H6 perduta nel cor la speranza " ;
for contralto, f. 87.

25. " Dammi, prendi, 6 caro, almen."
f. 89b.

26. " Un fior trovar vorrei " ; two
verses, f . 91b.

27. " Afianni del mio core." f. 94b.

28. " Altra sorte non aspetto." f. 96.

29. " Saria pur dolce." f. 97b.

30. "Porto in seno un certo core";
for contralto, f. 98b.

31. " Amore, ti sento." f. 100.

32. " Giurai di non amar." f. 101.

33. " Languisce, gioisce quest' anima."
f. 102.

34. " Rider6 quando la sorte sara
stanca." f. 103b.

35. " Tu sai che cosa e Amor"; for
tenor, f. 105.

36. " Moriro, poi che il volete." f. 107.

37. " Deir ardor che chiudo in petto " ;



for contralto, f. 108.

38. "Nel biondo carcere d' un crin ch'
h d' or " ; for contralto, f . 110.

39. "Non 6, non e si vaga"; two
verses, f. 111.

40. "Vedr6, nonbastadir." f. 113.

41. " II sospiro." f. 114b.

42. " Baciero pur fortunato." f . 116.

43. " Piangero 1' empio (sic) mia sort^."
f. 117.

44. " Perseguirti, Idolo mio." f. 118.

45. " Si, si, mio ben, imparo." f. 119.

46. " Tortorella, ch6 resta sola."
f. 120b.

47. " Rugiados6, odoros^ violettfe."
f . 122b,

48. " Quel che mi nega amor." f. 124b.

49. " N6, n6, non mi parto." f. 125b.

50. "La mia sorte mi confonde."
f. 127.

51. " Quella morte che tu brami."
f . 128b.

52. "Con cento baci." f . 130.

53. " Ben ti sta, traditor." f. 131b.

54. " Senza un poco di rigor." f. 132b.

55. "Quanto e dolce per voi languir."
f. 134.



Additional 31545.

Paper; ff. 103. 18th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to T. Jones before
Feb. 1826,

Canta TAS for a soprano voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord,
in score, by Giovanni Battista Buononcini.

1. " Lascia di tormentarmi." f. 2. 5. " Fnl i raggi d' un bel uolto." f . 23b.

2. " Per soUeuar quest' Alma." f. 7. 6. " Dal giorno fortunato ch' io uiddi il

3. "II mio cor fu sempre mio." f. 12b. j uostro lume." f. 29b.

4. " Viuer e non amar." f. 19b. | 7. "Perche dar non ti posso." f. 36.



590



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



f. 41.

mi sento al Core incognito



8. " Tormento del mio Core."

9. "Clori
veleno." f. 47.

10. " Eondinella vaga." f. 54,

11. " Stanca di piu penar." f

12. " Pur ui riueggio ancora."

13. " Amo, e vi dir nol posso."



62.
f. 66.
f.73.



14. " Filli, del tuo partire giunta e pur
r ora." f. 78.

15. " Clori, Clori, mio ben." f.84.

16. " Tra r amene delitie." f. 89b.

17. " Lumi vezzosi." f . 94.

18. "Bei crini." f. 99.



Additional 31546.

Paper; fi. 95. 18th ^cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to T. A. Walmisley,.
[organist of] Trinity College [Cambridge], in 1842.

Cantatas for a soprano voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord,
in score, by Giovanni Battista Buononcini. No. 1 is in an earlier hand,
than the others.



1. " Non sa dir che pena sia." f. 2.

2. "Luci, siete pur quelle." f. 8.

3. " Sorge I'Alba." f . lib.

4. " Presso alio stuol pomposo." f . 17b.

5. " Peno, e I'Alma fedele." f. 22b.

6. "Amo, peno." f . 28b.

7. "Sou'ra (sc. sovra) un bel poggio
assisa." f. 34.

8. " Vuoi che tutto dolente." f . 39.

9. " Piu del (sic) Alpi gelato." f.44.

10. "Vado ben spesso" [published in
19th cent, as Salvator Rosa's], f . 49b.



11. "Chi non sa che sia tormento."
f. 56b.

12. " [? C]he Tirannia di stelle." f . 64..

13. "Ah! non hauesse non (sic) per-
messo il fato." f. 69b.

14. " Cieco nume." Attributed in
Add. 31503, f.52b, to M. A. Buonon-
cini. f. 74b.

15. " Ch' io ti manchi di fede." f. 79,

16. " Irene, Idolo mio." f.86b.

17. "Vidi in cemento (sic) due uaghi
Amori." f . 90b.



Additional 31593, ff. 13-23b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 340.

" Venticel che tra le frondi " : Cantata for a soprano voice, with
symphonies and accompaniments for strings, in score, by Porpora.

Additional 31618.

Paper ; fi. 116. 18th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to Charles Hatchett.

" Cantate a voce sola di soprano con Violini, e Basso," in score, by
Leonardo Leo. No. 2 is for a contralto voice.



1. "Sorge, Lidia." f . lb.

2. " Che farai, Lidia cara." f. 20b.

3. " Tormentoso pensiero." f. 39.

4. " Chiesta da Numi a morte." f. 58.



5. "Dove son, dove m' aggiro." f. 75.

6. " Or ch' e dal sol difesa." f. 86b.

7. "Vado dal piano monte." f. 102.



Additional 31637, passim.
Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 342.
Cantatas, with a bass for harpsichord, and in no. 1 a violin part



also, in score.

1. " Passa da pene in pene." " [J. A.]
Hasse." f. 10.

2. " Pianger viddi appresso un fonte



una bella pastorella." " [D.] Sarro."
f. 113.



SONGS. 591

Additional 31638, ff. 1-52.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. The MS. belonged to [Thomas] Greatorex,
and was acquired by W. Hollocombe in 1832. It also contains a Duet (above,
p. 82).

Cantatas for a soprano voice, with a figured bass for harpsichord,
in score, by Emanuele, Baron d' Astorga ; transcribed at Rome by
Giuseppe Golart, a Spaniard.

1. "Qualruscellocheilpratocirconda." | mormorio." f. 27.

f. 1. I 7. "Crudo, spietato amore." f. 30.

2. " Qual da rupe scoscesa." f . 5b. 8. " Qual sia dentro al tuo core."

3. " Giuntoel' aspro momento." f . 10b. f . 33b.

4. " E come, e doue." f . 17. , 9. " In queste amene selue." f . 89.

5. " Qui neir orror." f.21b. . 10. " Tirsi, da ch' io t' amai." f . 43b.

6. "Col fiebile lament© di mesto 11. " Non 6 sol la lontananza." f. 48.

Additional 31649, ff. 105, 115b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 259.

1. "Qual turbine improviso " : Cantata for a bass voice, with
accompaniments for strings, in score. By Wagenseil. f. 105.

2. " God save the king," beg. " Fame, let thy trumpet sound."
Melody only, as sung now to the National Anthem, f. 115b.

Additional 31651, ff. 108-125.
Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 298.

Cantata, " Se ti basta ch' io t' ammiri," for a soprano voice, with
symphonies and accompaniments for strings, in score, by Giovanni
Gualberto Br[u]netti [?sen.].

Additional 31667, ff 62-77b.
Paper; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 300.

Cantata, " Fuggi, fuggi, o misera Colomba," for a soprano voice,
with instrumental accompaniment, in score, by Jommelli.

t

Additional 31676, passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 343.

" Recueil d'Airs," with a figured bass for harpsichord, and (in the
case of nos. 1 and 9) an additional bass for violoncello, in score.
Anonymous.

1. " Vous dites toujours, maman " : i f. 7.

Romance, f . 4b. 5. " Grand Dieu, quel trouble extreme."



2. "L'Amour est mort en France."
f. 5b.

3. " Mon Dieu, qu'on a de peine." f . 6b.

4. "Pour se trouver sur la fougere."



f.7b.

6. "Mon coeur, charm6 de sa chaine."
f.8b.

7. " Au fond d'un bois solitaire." f. 9b.



592 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR,

8. " Vn jour sur la foug^re." f. 10. 12. " Dans un amour naissant." f. 12b.

9. " Quand la Bergere vient aux 13. " Queste che miri, o Nice" :
champs." f . 10b. I Cantata. By Porpora. f. 65b.

10. " Vn de nos bergers I'autre jour." 14. "Ebeu ! fugaces " : Recitative,
f. lib. j f. 74b.

11. " II faut quand on aime." f. 12. i 16. " Sapias, vina liques." f. 76.

Additional 31692, ff. 1-23.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 345.

Cantata, " Partir conviene," for a single voice, with symphonies
and accompaniments for strings and a bass (occasionally figui'ed) for
harpsichord J in score, written for Lord Beau champ [? Algernon
Seymour, in 1748 7th Duke of Somerset], by Jommelli. Transcribed
by Francesco Bianchi, of Milan, a buffo-singer.

Additional 31717, fi. 104-127.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 345.

Songs for a soprano voice, with symphonies and accompaniments
for instruments, sc. strings and (in no. 2) bassoons, etc., in score.

1. " Nel chiuso Centro " : Cantata. | 2. " Voi, amanti, che vedete " : Aria.
" Gio. Battista Pergolesi." f.l04. ; " Felice de Giardini. " f . 120.

Additional 31723, ff. 9-43b passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Small folio. See also vol. i, p. 377.

Songs with accompaniments, in score. Unless the contrary is
stated, the accompaniments are for strings only.



1. "An ode to Echo," beg. "Daughter
sweet of Voice and Air"; with a
figured bass for pianoforte. "Dr.
[Philip?] Hayes." Late 18th cent.



f. 17b.

5. " The Hero whom a fair one fires " ;
with trumpets, etc. f. 23b.

6. "Musick, gently-soothing power."



f. 9. j f . 27.

2. "When a tender, virtuous passion." j 7. Canzonet, " Doubt you to whom my
This and nos. 3-6 are in a hand of ; ]\Iuse these notes intendeth " ; with



the early part of the 18th century,
apparently that of Richard Clack,
whose compositions they probably
are. {Cf. Add. 31592, f. 8.) f. 15.

8. " What cruel pangs." f. 16b.

4. "Gracious pow'r, to thee we owe."



figured bass for pianoforte. "R. J.
S. Stevens." Written for Miss Anna
Maria Jefiery in 1798. Autograph.
f. 38.
8. "Pupille sdegnose"; with violin
obbligato. Anonymous, f. 43.



Additional 31742, ff. \-2i passim.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, ff. 83, 346.

Songs, with accompaniments, in score.

1-3. "Tre Canzoncine con Acconi- ' hiero." f . 3 ; — and " Pia (sc. Gia) la

pagnamento di Cembalo o Piano notte s' avvicina." f. 4. " Domenico

Forte," viz., "Or che niega i doni Cimarosa." Presented by Miss Moore

miei." f. 16 ; — " D' un visetto lusing- : to R. J. S. Stevens.



SONGS.



593



4. "Pastorella gentil"; added, in a
different hand, at the end of the
preceding songs. Anonymous, f . 56.

5, 6. Two anonjTnous Ariettas for
pianoforte or French guitar, viz.,
" Se un core annodi " [the words from
Metastasio's " Achille in Sciro "], and
"Ombre amene" [the words from
his "Angelica"], ff . 6, 8b.

7, 8. Two more Ariettas added at the



end of the preceding, but in different
hands, viz., " M' ha detto la mia
mama," and" Par sal6g6ret6." f!. 11,
lib.
9, 10. Cavatinas, with accompaniments
for strings, viz., " Vna bella mar-
mottina," and " Catlina a je tri
meis." "Giuseppe Scolari." ff. 19,
21.



Additional 31900.

Paper ; ff. 8. 18th cent. Folio. From the library of [Ernst Otto] Lindner.

Cantata, beg. " Vedro versar quel sangue " ; for a treble voice,
with a bass for violoncello, in score, and separate parts for 2 violins,
viola, and harpsichord. By [Antonio] Lotti.

Additional 32160, f. lb.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also under String Trios (1747), in vol. iii.

" ScACCiATA dal suo nido " : the beginning of vi^hat appears to be
a song with flute accompaniment, in score. Anonymous. Inserted in
a volume of autograph compositions by Dr. Wilham Boyce.

Additional 32588, ff. 37-68b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 415.

Cantatas for a single voice, with figured bass, in score, by
Porpora, being the first nine of the twelve cantatas published in
London, in 1735. The initial words are given in the Index.



Additional 33351, ff. 2b-63b passhn.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong octavo. See also vol. i, pp. 87, 367 ; and above,
pp. 35, 83, 847, 453, etc.

Collection of Songs, etc., apparently begun by Challis Mather in
1724 (see f. 34). Folios 35 to the end are on different paper, but in
hands contemporary with the earlier pai't of the MS., if not partly
in the same hand.

1. "The Bright Panthea." " [W"] | 5. "See, Chloe, how the new-blown
Corbet." f . 2b.

2. "The Faithfull Shepherdess," beg.
"At setting day." By S. Howard
[1748]. f. 5.

3. "As early I walk'd." Anonymous.
f.8.

4. "The Power of Musick," beg.
"When Orpheus went down." By
W. Boyce (?). f.9.

II



i Eose." " [John] Stanley." f . 10.
16." The Wish," beg. " Ambition
j never me seduc'd." "Howard."
I f. 13b.
j 7. "The bonny Broom," beg. "How

blest was I." Anonymous [1752].

f. 17b.
8. "Sure, Sally is the loveliest Lass."

By Arne. f . 18b.

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9. "All you that would refine your
bloods." By S. Howard, ff. 22b, 53.

10. " Vulcan, contrive me such a cup."
Anonymous, f . 23.

11. "Thoughtful nights." "Stanley."
f. 33b.

12. "Ye thirsty Souls." Anonymous.
f. 53b.

13. "At St. Osyth, by y-^ Mill." By
S. Howard, f . 54b.

14. "Since drinking has pow'r."
" [George] Monro " [1780 ?]. f. 55.



15. " Farewel, ye green Fields."
Anonymous, f . 58b.

16. " Come, all ye jolly Bacchanals."
"Carey." f . 59b.

17. " Can love be controul'd." Anony-
mous, f . 60b.

18. " Rural Beauty," beg. " Flora,
Goddess sweetly blooming." By
Boyce. f. 62.

19. " With tuneful pipe." Anonymous,
f . 63b.



Additional 34996, f. 28b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong duodecimo. See also under Pianoforte Solos, in
vol. iii.

Melody and bass of " The Lady's advice to her Lover," beg.
"I'll have no more of pointed darts." From Samuel Wesley's "First
Music Book."



Printed Book, 567*. d. 34 (end), f. 1.

Paper ; second half of 18th cent. Quarto. Inserted at the end of two printed
theoretic works by J. P. Kirnberger, Berlin, 1771, and n. d. ; together with a
MS. Chorale and a Chorus (see vol. iii).

" Vol PIANGETE, amiche rupi " : song with symphonies and accom-
paniments for strings, and a figured bass for harpsichord, in score.
Anonymous.

Additional 32174, ff. 147-206.
Paper ; second half of 18th cent. Oblong octavo. See also above, p. 305.

Cantatas, nos. 10 and 11 (probably fi'om a series of twelve), for a
soprano voice, with symphonies and accompaniments for horns, oboes,
flutes (in the former), and strings, in score, by [Joseph] Misleweczeck.



1. "Ebbc, non ti smar[r]ir." ff. 147-
182b.

2. "No, non turbarti, o Nice"; with



a German version added in a later
hand. ff. 183-206.



Additional 14110, ff. 42b, 161, 177.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 84.

1. Melody of "Ne' di felici " : a short Aria, with accompaniment
for several instruments. Anonymous. Evidently autograph. Inserted
between compositions of Clari and Durante, f. 42b.

2, 3. Cantatas for a single voice, with figured bass for harpsichord,
in score, by Francesco Durante, namely, "A le sue sponde torna il
Ruscello" (with strings, etc.). f. 161 ; — and " Vincesti pur." f. 177.



SONGS.



595



Additional 14153, ff. 128, 135.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 438.

Arias, with symphonies and accompaniments for strings, in score,
by Pasquale Cafaro.
1. " Dal tuo valor." f. 128. | 2. "Tempra gli affanni tuoi." f. 135.

Additional 22307, f. 128.

Paper ; late 18tli cent. Folio.

Melody and words of the song " Here's his health in water," beg.
" Altho' my back be at the wa'." In the hand of Robert Burns, the
author of the words. Published afterwards in Johnson's Scots' Musical
Museum, vol. v, no. 430.



Additional 25073-25078, passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 322.

Songs, with pianoforte accompaniment, in score. Mostly anony-
mous. In six volumes.



25073. " Here's a health to them that's
away." f. 42.

25074. 1. "How sweet the Love that
meets return," beg. "When first I
ken'd young Sandy's face." " [James]
Hook," 1783. f.6b.

2. "Gentle airs sweet joys impart."
" [Henry] Harington," of Bath, f . 7b.

3. "To the winds, to the waves." f. 8.

4. "The Highland Queen," beg. "No
more my song shall be." f. 13b.

5. "Peggy, I must love thee," beg. "As
from a rock." f . 14.

6. " Oh, open the door, Lord Gregory."
(See also 25075, f. 23.) f . 14b.

7. " Saw ye Johnnie cummin'." f. 15.

8. "The Flowers of Edinburgh," beg.
"My love was once a bonny lad."
f . 15b.

9. "May-eve," or "Kate of Aberdeen,"
beg. "The silver moon's enamour'd
beams." By J. Battishill. f. 16.

10. ' ' The collier has a daughter." f . 16b,

11. " 'Twas within a mile of Edinburgh
town." (See also 25075, f . 29b, in
another key.) f. 17.

12. "Jenny Nettles," beg. "O saw ye
Jenny Nettles." f. 17b.

13. "Bonny Jean," beg. "Love's god-
dess." f. 18.



14. "O'er the hills and far away,"
beg. "Jocky met with Jenny fair."
f. 18b.

15. "0 saw ye my Father." f. 19.

16. "0 send Lewis Gordon hame."
f. 19b.

17. "My Jo lanet," beg. " sweet sir."
f.20.

18. "The Highland Lassie," beg. " Nae
gentle dames." f. 20b.

19. "0 mither dear"; tune, "Jenny
dang the weaver." f. 21.

20. "What will I do gin my Hoggie
die." f. 21b.

21. " Gae to the ky wi' me." f. 22b.

22. " Jumpin' John," beg. " Her daddie
forbad." f. 23.

23. "Where winding Forth adorns the
vale " ; tune, "Cumbernauld House."
f. 28b.

24. "Duncan Davison," beg. "There



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