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was a lass." f. 24.

25. "Thro' the Wood, Laddie," beg.
"0 Sandy, why leaves[t] thou thy
Nelly to mourn." f. 24b.

26. "Duncan Gray," beg. "Weary fa'
you." f. 25.

27. " Dumbarton's drums." f . 25b.

28. "There's cauld kail in Aberdeen."
f.26.

29. ' ' Since robb'd of all that charm'd " \

2 Q 2



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



tune, "Miss Hamilton's delight."
(See also 25075, f . 26.) f . 26b.

30. " Talk not of love " ; tune, "Banks
of Spey." (See also 25075, f. 13b.)
f.27.

31. "O'er the water to Charlie," beg.
"Come, boat me o'er." f. 27b.

32. "Tibbie Dunbar," beg. "0 wilt
thou go wi' me"; tune, "Johnny
McGill." f. 28.

33. "My wife 's a wanton, wee thing."
f. 28b.

84. "Fy, gar rub her o'er wi' strae,"
beg. "And gin ye meet a bonny
lassie." f. 29.

35. "Tune your fiddles " ; tune, "Mar-
quis of Huntly's Reel." f. 29b.

36. "The Highland Character," beg.
" In the garb of old Gaul." f . 30.

37. "The Breast-knots," beg. "Hey, the
bonny." f. 30b.

38. "My bon[n]y Mary," beg. "Go,
fetch me a pint o' wine." (See also
25075, f . 28b.) f . 31.

39. "The siller Crown," beg. "And ye
sail walk in silk attire." (See also
25075, f . 26b.) f. 31b.

40. "Tak your auld cloak," beg. "In
winter, when the rain." (See also
25075, f . 29.) f . 32.

41. "The Captive Ribband," beg. "Dear
Myra": described as "A Ga[e]lic
Air." f. 32b.

42. "Awa, whigs, awa." f . 33.

43. "I'll mak you be fain to foUow
me," beg. "As late by a sodger I
chanced to pass." f. 33b.

44. "They say that Jockey '11 speed
weel." f . 34.

45. "Sandy o'er the Lee," beg. "I
vdnna marry ony Man." f. 34b.

46. "The White Cockade," beg. "My
love was born in Aberdeen." f. 35.

47. " Killiecrankie," beg. "Whare hae
ye been." f. 35b.

48. " The Bon[n]ie Banks of Ayr," beg.
" The gloomy night." f. 36.

49. " Oran gaoil," beg. "As on an
eminence I stood." f. 36b.

50. " The Battle of Sherra-moor,"
beg. " cam ye here the fight to
shun " ; tune, " Cameronian Rant."
f.37.

51. " The Campbells are comin'."
f . 37b.



25075. 1. "When Delia on the plain
appears." f. 3b.

2. " For thee all the hardships of Life
I could bear." f. 9.

3. " Crazy Jane," beg. "Why, fair
Maid." f. 10.

4. " Beneath a Poplar's friendly
shadow." f. 12b.

5. " What energy can paint the Grief."
f.l3.

6. " When first you courted me." f. 14,

7. " W'ith sorrow and repentance true."
f. 15.

8. " Spring returns." f. 16.

9. "Thou hast play'd . . . a false, a
faithless Part." f . 16b.

10. "Roy's wife of Alldivaloch." f . 17b.

11. " The Highland Laddie," beg. " The
Lawland Lads." f. 18b.

12. " Go to the Ew-Bughts, Marion."
f.l9.

13. 14. " Ye shepherds so chearful,"
and "Ye shepherds, give ear."
"[William] Jackson" [of Exeter —
from op. 4, about 1770]. ff. 20b, 21.

15. " A Smile and a Tear," beg. " You
own I'm complacent." " Miss
[Harriet] Abrams" [about 1800].
f. 22.

16. " Yes, my bonny Love." f. 24b.

17. " faithless Maid." ib.

18. "0 Barra vale." f.27.

19. "0 strew the sweet Flow'r." f. 28.

20. " Mamma mia, non mi gridate."
f.30.

25076. " Dans votre lit." f. 15b.

25077. 1. "If a body meet a body."
f.8.

2. "The British Grenadiers," beg.
" Some talk of Alexander." f. 9b.

3. "Since you will need[s] my heart
possess." f. 20.

25078. 1. "At setting day." By S.
Howard, f. lib.

2. " From glaring shew." f. 12.

3. "The Madman thus at times."
f. 14b.

4. "With Delia ever could I stay."
By W. Jackson of Exeter [op. 4].
f. 15b.

5. "The moon had climb'd the highest
hiU." f. 16.



SONGS. 597

6. "Hope, thou nurse of young ' 12. "A Eose, a rose, from her bosom
desire." f. 17. has stray'd." f. 25.

7. "When bidden to the wake." 13. " I travers'd Judah's barren sand."
f . 17b. I f. 25b.

8. " Henry cull'd the fiowrets' bloom." i 14. "Primroses deck the bank's green
f.l8. i side." By T. Linley, sen. [about

9. "Let fame sound the Trumpet." ' 1780]. f . 26.



[Published in Sheard's 3Iiisical
Banquet, as by William Shield.]
f . 18b.

10. "Ye flowry plains." f. 21b.

11. " I sigh and lament." f. 22.



15. " In gaudy courts." f . 26b.

16. "Soft pleasing Pains." f. 27.

17. "Fame, let thy Trumpet sound."
[To the tune of the National Anthem.]
f. 27b.



Additional 31754, f. 135 (reversed).
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 70.

" Pyramo e Thisbe " : song with pianoforte accompaniment
apparently by Charles Wesley, in whose hand it is. First three
bars only.

Additional 31811, f. 67b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 40.

" Le retour des trois Aigles," beg. " A notre Impatience."
Anonymous. Melody only.

Additional 31817, ff. 165-177 passim.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 365.

Songs, with pianoforte accompaniment, and (in the case of no. 2)
parts for strings also, in score.



1. "Yenniamore." Anonymous, f. 165.

2. "Le Branle sans fin," beg. "Aimezl
Vous avez quinze ans." "[J. J.]
Bousseau." f . 175.

3. ' ' Aux champs fleurisde la Provence."



Anonymous. At the beginning is
written in pencil in the hand of
B. J. S. Stevens "for Mrs. Bartho-
lomew Jeffery." f . 176.



Additional 32040, ff. l-38b.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

" Columbus " : scena by W. F. E. Bach. See above, under Operas,
p. 366.

Additional 32181, ff. 1-19 j^assim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 317.

Songs, with pianoforte or harpsichord accompaniment, in score or
compressed score, by Franz Xaver Sussmayr. Autograph.



1. " Je t'aime autant " ; sung by [P. J.]
Garat. f. 1.



2. " Te bien aimer": reply to the
above, f. 2.



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3. "Le petit manage," beg. "La for-
tune at ses largesses " ; the words by
J. Rousseau, f. 3b.

4. "Jamais nous ne verrions briller."
The words of this and nos. 5 and 6
are by — de Florian. f . 5.

5. " Voulez vous etre heureux amant."
f.6.

6. " Loin de toi, ma F^licie." f. 6b.



7. "L'amour est enfant trompeur";
without accompaniment, f. 7.

8. " Das wahre Gleichniss," beg. " Sxis-
ses affektirtes Wegen." f. 8.

9. " Komm, Doris." ff. 9, 12b.

10. " Cara, Tu sei il mio bene " : Can-
zonetta. f. lib.

11. "Frischauf, Ihr Preunde": Drink-
ing-song with chorus, f. 17.



Additional 32182, ff. 180-2 15b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 19.

" Ariana a Naxos : Cantata " for a single voice, with accompani-
ments for clarinets, horns, bassoons, and strings, in score, by F. X. Siiss-
mayr. Autograph. The cantata proper, beg. " Teseo, mio ben,"
occupies ff. 184b-213; the remaining folios contain portions of the
harpsichord score.

Additional 32596.

Paper ; ff. 56. Late 18th cent. Folio.

Collection of Freemasons' songs, in German, with accompaniment
for pianoforte, in score (compressed or otherwise), most of them with
a refrain to be sung in chorus. The composers' names, where given,
are added below.



1. "Euch, ihr Schwestern, zu ver-
ehren." "A ." f. lb.

2. "Briider, lasst uns, eh' wir schlies-



sen.



W-



f. 2b.



3. " Lasst dem Herrn ein Lied erschal-
len." " [Ignaz] Pleyel." f. 8b.

4. "So schliesst euch nun, ihr ange-
nehmen Stunden." " [Johann Gott-
lieb] Naumann." f. ib.

5. " Der du mit Weisheit," " v.

W ." f. 5.

6. "Briider, auf! Euch ist erschie-

nen." " W . u. [? = von] B ."

f.5b.

7. " Wenn ich einst das Ziel errungen
babe." "A ." f . 6b.

8. "Ihr, der Weisheit achter Sohne."
"[Joseph Augustin] Giirlich." f. 7b.

9. " Herzens-womie." "A ." f. 8b.

10. "Hinweg, wer von Gewald (sic)
und Raube." This and nos. 11-13
are by " W . u. B ." f. 9b.

11. "Briider, strecktnundieGewehre."
f.lO.

12. " Wer stimnit in meinem Hochge-
sang." f. lOb.

13. " Des Jahres letzte Stunde." f. lib.



14. " Des Guten Quelle." " [Philipp]
Enslin." f. 12b.

15. " Fest und treu." " W . u.

B ." f. 13.

16. " Unsrer Bau-kunst erste Lehren."
"A ." f. 13b.

17. "Erschall, o Gefiihl." "A ."

f. 14b.

18. " Gesund und frohes Muthes."
" [W. F.] Schulz." f.l5b.

19. "Auf, Briider, singt." "A ."

f. 16.

20. ■" Alle Freuden dieses Lebens."
"W . u. B ." f. 16b.

21. "VonSeligkeitumringt." "[Johann
Christian] Ribbe." f. 17.

22. " Sei uns willkommen." "A ."

f. 17b.

23. " Zu kampfen fiir sein Vaterland."
"W . u. B ." f. 18b.

24. "Dreimal gegriisst." "A ."

f . 19b.

25. " Uns nennt die Welt geheim-
nissvoU." "W .u. B ." f . 20.

26. " Holder Friede." "A ." f . 20b.

27. " Wohl und Weh." " Enslin."
f.21b.



SONGS.



599



28. "Sie flieht dahin die Zeit." By
the same. f. 22b.

29. " Siisse, heilige Natur." "

Andre." f. 23.

30. "Die alte Finsterniss entwich."
"A ." f.23b.

31. " Seid gegriisst in unsern Hallen."
"Giirlich." f.24b.

32. " Briider, jeder Ton des Mundes."
By the same. f. 25.

33. " Briider, hort I Dies Glasvereint."

This and nos. 34-36 are by "A ."

f. 25b.

34. " Briider, hort das Flehn der
Armen." f . 26b.

35. " Die ihr der Tugend Tempel baut."
f . 27b.

36. " Briider, ist's euch auch wie mir."
f . 28b.

87. " Auch dir ertone." " Giirlich."
f. 29b.

38. "Auf, Briider! Schlinget Arm in
Arm." "A ." f. 30.

39. " Aus dem Strome des Genusses."
" B[ernard] A[nselm] Weber." f. 30b.

40. " Nur im Herzen." " Naumann."
f.31.

41. "Schon ist es auf Gottes Welt."
" G[eorg] C[hristoph] Grosheim."
f. 31b.

42. "Hoch iiber Dir." This and nos.
43 and 44 are by " [Johann Christian]
Franz." f. 32b.

43. " Dankt dem Herrn." f. 34.

44. "Geruhig seines Weges gehn."
f . 34b.

45. "Auf! Lasst uns singen." "B,
A. Weber." f. 35.

46. " Lasst uns, ihr Briider." This and
nos. 47 and 48 are by "Franz."
f. 35b.



47. " Wie seelig lebt." f.36b.

48. "Briider, auf ! In lauten Choren."
f. 37b.

49. "Der Wein den Noah uns empfahl."
"G. C. Grosheim." f . 38b.

50. "0 du durch die wir auf der Bahn."
"Franz." f. 39.

51. " Wilkommen, theure Briider."
"Mozart" (?). f. 40b.

52. " Warum sind der Thranen unterm
Mond so viel." " — Schick." f. 41b.

53. "Wo seid ihr hin." " [Friedrich
Franz] Hurka." f. 42b.

54. "Hinweg, wer Rang und todte
Schatze." By the same, f . 43b.

55. "Wer tief geriihrt bei fremden
Leiden." " Mozart." f. 44b.

56. "Die Ketten, Briider, die uns
binden." " W. F. Schulz." f . 45b.

57. "Fiillt noch einmal die Glaser
voll." By the same. f. 46b.

58. " Eins nur, Briider, Seelen-grosse."
" [Abb6 Johann Franz Xaver]
Sterkel." f.47.

59. " Fiihit, Maurer, des Lebens erhab-
uen Werth." " Schick." f. 48b.

60. " Wenn einst vom Staube losgeris-
sen." By the same. f. 49b.

61. " Wackre Briider, stimmet an."
"Andre." f . 50b.

62. " Kniipft, Briider, nun der Freund-
schaftBand." "B.A.Weber." f.51b.

63. " Zunft-genossen, edle Briider."
" [Friedrich Heinrich] Hinimel."
f . 52b.

64. "Wo durch dunkle Buchen-gange."
Anonymous, f . 53b.

65. " Wiesanft,wieruhig." "Mozart."
f. 54b.

66. "Ich mochte wohl der Kaiser
seyn." By the same. f. 55b.



Additional 33966.

Paper ; £E. 2. Late 18th cent. Quarto.

' Amour, fuis loin de moi " ; with pianoforte accompaniment, in
score, by Marie Antoinette, Queen of France. Holograph. On f. 1 is
written in pencil, " Donne par Mr. Beche [one of the three brothers of
that name attached to the French king's band, about 1750-1774]

a [? L. Francceur] maitre de chapelle de la Reine." Louis Joseph

FranccEur was made Maitre de Musique de la Chambre du Roi
in 1776.



600



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 34074 and 34075, ff. 18b, 31b ; 34076, flP. lib, 16b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Quarto. See also vol. i, pp. 92, 374 ; under Duets
and Operas in the present volume ; and under other headings in vol. iii.

Songs by anonymous composers. In three volumes. From the
facts that the paper is of Dutch manufacture and that most of the
composers vphose names are given published music at Amsterdam, it
may be inferred that the MSS. are in the hand of an Englishman



residing there.

1. "Neptune and Amymone " : Can-
tata, beg. " Upon the coast of Argos " ;
with 1st and 2nd violin parts, and a
figured bass, i, ii, f. 18b; iii, f. lib.

2. "Hark, the joy-inspiring Horn";



with violin obbligato. i, ii, f. 31b.
3. " Woman " : ballad, beg. " No longer
let whimsical Songsters compare " ;
with figured bass, in score, iii,
f. 16b.



Additional 34609, ff. 13, 78, 81b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Folio. See also vol. i, p. 92.

Songs by English composers. Anonymous. Of nos. 1-3, only the
melody is given.



1. " The Banks of Shannon." f. 13.

2. " Begone, dull care." This and
no. 4 are in the hand of J. Stafford
Smith, ib.

3. "My name is gentle Harry." Pro-
bably by J. S. Smith himself, f. 78



(reversed).
4. " Onthedeathof a favourite spaniel,"
beg. " Farewell, poor Brute " ; with
a bass. The words (?) by M. S. S.,
1782. f. 81b.



Additional 35024, f. 21.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 93.

" Si, mio ben, e Silos " : Song, with bass, composed by A. Sandron
for his benefit. Autograph.



Additional 35276, passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 86.

Scotch songs ; with symphonies and accompaniments for violin,
violoncello and pianoforte, by [Ignaz] Pleyel. Almost entirely auto-
graph. Composed for George Thomson, of Edinburgh. For violoncello
part, see Add. 35:^78, ff. \.-3h passim (below).



1. " Beneath a green shade." f. lb.

2. " The night her silent sable wore."
f.2b.

3. " When wild wars' deadly blast was
blawn." f. 4b.

4. " Hear me, ye Nymphs." f. 5b.

5. " Farewel to Lochaber." f. 6b.

6. " Gin living worth." f. 7b.

7. " One day I heard Mary say." f . 8b.



8. " From thee, Eliza, I must go."
f. 10b.

9. "The last time I came o'er the
muir." f. lib.

10. " Will ye go to the ewe-bughts."
f. 18b.

11. " A lass that was laden with care."
f . 14b.

12. " One morning very early." f. 16b.



SONGS.



601



13. " Sweet Annie." f. 17b.

14. " My sheep I neglected." f. 19b.

15. " Oh open the door." f. 20b.

16. " The smiling morn." f. 21b.

17. "Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny
bride." f . 23b.

18. " Braw, braw lads." f, 24b.



19. " Here awa', there awa'." f. 26b.

20. "Owaly,waly, upthebank." f . 27b.

21. " Behind yon hills." f. 28b.

22. " 'Twas in that season." f. 30b.

23. " My daddy is a canker'd carle."
f . 31b.



Additional 35277, passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Songs, mostly Scotch, with symphonies and accompaniments for
pianoforte (in score), violin and violoncello ; composed by [Leopold]
Kozeluch for G. Thomson. Autograph. For the string parts of
nos. 1-61, see Add. S5'27S, passim, described below.



1. " saw ye bonnie Lesley." f. lb.

2. " Contented wi' little." f. lb.

3. " Whar hae ye been a' day." f. 2.

4. " stay, sweet-warbling woodlark."
f.2b.

5. " What tho' on hamely fare we
dine." ff. 2b, 28b.

6. "In summer, when the hay was
mawn." f. 3.

7. "And O for ane and twenty, Tam."
f.3b.

8. " wat ye wha that lo'es me."
f.3b.

9. " poortith cauld." f.4.

10. " Cauld frosty morning," beg. "
saw ye my wee thing." f. 4b.

11. " When merry hearts were gay."
f.4b.

12. " Shou'd auld acquaintance be
forgot " ; with 2-part chorus, fi. 5,
29.

13. Song without title, ff. 5b, 27b.

14. " wat ye wha's in yon town."
fi.6, 28b.

15. " Last May a braw wooer cam."
f.6b.

16. " My Love, she's but a lassie yet."
f.7.

17. 18. Two Songs without titles, f. 7b.

19. " Nae gentle dames." f.8b.

20. " Here is the glen." f. 8b.

21. "Finlayston House," beg. "Fate
gave the word." f. 9.

22. " Slow spreads the gloom." f. 9b.

23. " She's fair and fause." f. 9b.

24. " Farewel, dear mistress." f . 10.

25. Song without title, f. 10b.



26. " The small birds rejoice " (Irish),
f. 10b.

27. " Tam Glen," beg, "My heart is a
breaking." f . 12b.

28. " Cauld kail in Aberdeen." f. 12b.

29. " Young Jocky." f. 13b.

30. " Craigieburn wood." f. 13b.

31. "John Anderson, my Jo." ff. 14,
27b.

32. " My Jo, Janet," beg. " sweet Sir,
for your courtesy." f. 14b.

33. " Duncan Gray." f. 14b.

34. " Dainty Davie," beg. " Now, rosy
May " ; with 2-part chorus, f. 15.

35. "Whistle and I'll come." fi. 15b,
28.

36. " Robin is my only Jo." ff. 16, 29.

37. " Their groves of sweet myrtle."
f . 16b.

38. " Blythe hae I been." f. 17b.

39. " Todlen hame," beg. " When I hae
a saxpence." f. 17b.

40. "0 this is no mine ain Lassie."
f.l8.

41. " What numbers shall the muse
repeat." f. 18b.

42. "The flowers of the forest," beg.
"I've seen the smiling of fortune."
f. 18b.

43. "Lord Gregory," beg. "0 mirk,
mirk is this midnight hour." f. 19.

44. "The lovely lass of Inverness."
f . 19b.

45. "Lewie Gordon," beg. "O send
Lewie Gordon hame " ; with 2-part
chorus, ff. 20, 28.

46. "Roy's wife of Aldivalloch." f. 21.



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47. "The silken snood," beg. " Oh I
hae lost my silken snood." f . 21b.

48. "And ye shall walk in silk attire."
f. 21b.

49. "Turn again, thou fair Eliza."
f.22.

50. Song without title, f . 22b.

51. " For the sake of gold." f. 23.

52. "Now spring has clad." f. 23b.

53. "Blythe, blythe and merry was
she." f.23b.



54. " Awa' wi' the witchcraft of beauty's
alarms." (Irish.) f. 24.

55. "True-hearted was he." ff. 24b,
27b.

56. " Mourn, hapless Caledonia." f. 25.

57. "0 my Love's like the red, red
rose." f . 25.

58. "The gloomy night." f. 25b.

59. "Wilt thou be my dearie." f. 26.

60. " On a bank of flow'rs." ff. 26, 29.

61. " Now in her green mantle." f. 26b.



Nos. 62-88 are (with another described above, p. 87) described as
"28 Scottish Airs." For the string parts, see Add. 35279, ff. 1-13,
described below.



62. "0 let me in this ae night."
ff . 30b, 50b.

63. " Adown winding Nith." f. 31.

64. Song without title, ff . 31b, 50b.

65. Another without title, f . 31b.

66. "0, Willy was a wanton wag."
f.33.

67. " Green grow the rashes." f. 33b.

68. Song without title, f. 33b.

69. " 0, Willie brew'd a peck o' maut " ;
with 2-part chorus, f . 34b.

70. Song without title, ff. 35, 51.

71. Another without title, f. 35b.

72. " The lawlaud maids." f. 36.

73. " Whistle o'er the lave o't." ff. 36b,
51.

74. Song without title, f . 37.

75. Another without title, ff. 37b, 51b.

76. "Gin ye meet a bonny lassie."
ff.38, 51.



77. " Coming thro' the craigs o' Kyle " ;
with 2-part chorus, f. 39.

78. " Come under my plaidy." f. 39.

79. " 'Tis nae very lang." f. 39b.

80. " The spring-time returns." f.39b.

81. "Gil Morrice." ff. 40b, 51b.

82. Song without title ; with 2-part
chorus, ff . 41, 50.

83. "There's nae luck," beg. "But are
you sure " ; with 2-part chorus,
f. 41b.

84. "John o' Badenyon." f. 42b.

85. " TuUoch-gorum," beg. "Come, gie's
a sang." f. 43.

86. "My heart is sair"; with 2-part
chorus, f. 43b.

87. " O say, bonnie lass." f. 44b.

88. "The Boatman," beg. "Ye gales
that gently wave the sea." f. 45.



For the violoncello part of nos. 89-94, see Add. 35278, f. 19; and
for the violin, Add. 35279, f. 7 ; both described below.



89. "Tibby Fowler"; with 2-part
chorus, f. 46.

90. " Raving winds." f.47.

91. "I lo'e ne'er a laddie but ane."
f. 47b.

92. " John Highlandman," beg. " A



highland lad " ; with 2-part chorus.
f.48.

93. " Bonny, wee thing," f . 48b.

94. "Does haughty Gaul invasion
threat." f . 49.



Additional 35278, ff. l-66b passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent., etc. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 87 ; and under
Trios for Pianoforte and Strings, in vol. iii.

Songs with pianoforte accompaniment, generally in score, and
separate violin and violoncello parts, composed by [Leopold] Kozeluch
(except nos. 1-23) for George Thomson. Autograph.



SONGS.



603



I. 1-23. The violoncello part of the Scotch Songs by Pleyel in
Add. 35276 (ff. Ih-Slh passim), tf. l-3h passim.

II. 24—116. The violin part and two copies of the violoncello part
•of the Scotch Songs in Add. 35277 (ff. lb-49 passim), ff. 4-26 passim.

III. Two Scotch songs of which the violoncello part is wanting,
the violin part being contained in Add. 35279 (f. 7b), viz. : — -



117. "Kellyburn braes," beg. "There
lived a carle " ; with 2-part chorus.
f.27.



118. "Hooley and Fairly," beg. "Oh,
what had I ado." f. 27b.



IV. Irish melodies; with symphonies, etc., composed in 1809.



119. "Chiling Guiry." ff.30b, 35,
37.

120. "The green woods of Treugh."
ff.31, 35b, 37b.

121. " The humours of Limerick."



ff. 31b, 35b, 37b.

122. " Were I amidst Italian groves."
ff. 32, 35b, 37b.

123. "ShaU a son of O'Donnell."
ff. 32b, 35b, 38.



V. Welsh airs, with symphonies, etc. Received by Thomson in
1809. The original Welsh names are given in the Index.



124. " Time speeds on." ff. 40b, 58,
63.

125. "The sweet melody of N. Wales,"
beg. "Hark! On the wind." ff.41,
58, 63.

126. " The allurement of love," beg.
"When midnight o'er the moonless
skies." ff. 42, 55, 58, 63.

127. "The Britons," beg. "When on
the mountain's lofty brow." ff . 42b,
68b, 63b.

128. "The pursuit of love," beg.
" Through dreary wilds." ff. 43, 55,
58b, 63b.

129. "The pedlar," beg. "Come, ye
nice maidens." ff. 43b, 58b, 63b.

130. "The blossom of the honey-
suckle," beg. "How closely the
woodbine." ff. 44, 58b, 63b.

131. "The war song of the men of
Glamorgan," beg. "Red glows the
forge." ff. 44b, 59, 64.

132. "The bend of the horse-shoe,"
beg. " How gloomy the face of all
Nature." ff. 45, 55, 59, 64.

133. "Loth to depart," beg. "So mild
was the ev'ning." ff. 45b, 59, 64.

184. "The flower of North Wales,"
beg. ' ' You ask why those mountains."
ff. 46, 55, 59, 64.

135. " The departure of the King," beg.
" Brave Llewellyn." ff. 46b, 59b, 64b.



136. " The delight of Gruff ydd ap
Cynan," beg. "Vale of the Cross."
ff . 47b, 59b, 64b.

137. "Conset Dafydd ap Gwilym," beg.
"Whate'er beneath the arch of
heaven." ff. 48, 59b, 64b.

138. "The March of Rhyddlan," beg.
"0, mild is the sun." ff. 48b, 60, 65.

139. "Lady Owen's delight." ff. 49,
60, 65.

140. " The willow," beg. " Where Vurn-
way's winding waters glide." ff . 49b,
60, 65.



141. " New year's gift," beg.



AH



white hang the bushes." ff. 50, 60,
65.

142. "Ursula," beg. "While I alone
your heart possest." ff. 51, 60b, 65b.

143. "The blossom of the thorn."
ff. 52b, 61, 66.

144. "The Red piper's melody," beg.
" Where is my Owen." ff. 53, 61, 66.

145. " Maltraeth." ff. 53b, 61, 66.

146. " The door clapper," beg. " say
not that Arthur will see me no more."
ff. 54, 61, 66.

147. "The flowers of the heath."
ff. 54b, 61, 66.

148. "Lady Owen's delight," beg. " Oh
white foaming Ogwen." Different
from no. 139. ff. 55b, 61b, 66b.



604



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 35279, ff. I-IS passim.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Folio. See also above, p. 87.

Violin and violoncello parts to the Scotch songs in Add. 35277
(ff. 30b-45 passim), composed by L. Kozeluch for George Thomson.

Additional 17829, passim ; 17830, ff. 58-65b passim ; 17831, f. 7b.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Quarto and oblong quarto. See also above, p. 88.

Songs and sketches of songs, for the most part without accompani-
ment, in the hand of Domenico Dragonetti.



17829. 1. "Nina, mi dai del Matto."
f . 34b.

2. "Ho perso 1' ojaletto [? = ocaletto]."
f . 49b.

3. " Vieni, mio bene." f. 72.

17830. 1. "Perch^, vezzosi rai "
[adapted from a Round — see Add.
31463, f. 80b, above, p. 40 ; etc.']. f. 58.

2. "Misera! Ah, tu non sei." Two
copies, f. 58.

3. " Sorge r alba." f. 58b.

4. " Caro mio bene, Deh, pensa a me."
f.59.

5. " Vorrei di te fidarmi " ; with piano-



forte, f. 60.

6. "Vieni, mio bene; calma le pene."
With pianoforte, f . 61.

7. "Caro mio bene"; with a bass.
Different from no. 4. f. 63.

8. " Senza costrutto " : a Venetian
Canzonet, with mandora accompani-
ment, f . 64.

9. "Vieni, mia vita" ; with pianoforte^
f . 65b.

17831. " Ho perso 1' ocatello [? = 1' oca-
letto] " : a fragment (see Add. 17829,.
f. 49b, above), f. 7b.



Additional 30951, passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 373.

Songs, generally with a bass only for pianoforte or harpsichord, by
Charles Dibdin. Autograph.



1. "A Touch at the Iron Crown," beg.
"Why, they've got it at last."
[1805.] f. 57b.

2. "Bonny Kitty," beg. "When last
from the Straits." f. 99b.

3. "Crazy Kate," beg. "Alas, poor
Kate." Words by [Thomas] Moore,
f. 150.

4. "Emma," beg. "Never was there



tale of woe." Two copies, ff. 170,
171.

5. " Ere raging seas between us roll" ;
with oboes, horns, bassoons, and
strings. Sung by [Charles Benjamin]
Incledon, at Vauxhall. f. 173.

6. "Fraternal Affection," beg. "You
ask me what pleasure." [In The
Musical Mentor.'] f . 190b.



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