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Additional 30952, ff. 26b, 39, 117.
Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 374.
Songs with a bass for pianoforte or harpsichord, in score, by



Charles Dibdin. Autograph.

1. "Heaven upon Earth," beg. "Gay
Bacchus and Mercury." f. 26b.

2. "History of the Fashions," beg.



"I'm a beau." f. 39.
3. "Jack had been a voyage." f. 117.



SONGS.



605



Additional 30953, passim.
Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 375.
Songs with pianoforte accompaniment, generally in parts. With



one exception, indicated below, they are by Charles Dibdin. Autograph.

seppe Sarti." f. 151.

4. "Ere yet the day is dawning."
f. 194b.

5. "A child knew well." \la. The Musi-
cal Mentor.'] i. 196b.



1. "You must begin pomposo." f. 92.

2. "Ah me, alas, I'm almost wild." [In
The Musical Mentor.'] f. 111b.

3. "Sportive feathers." Adapted by
" [Giuseppe] Mazzinghi " from " Giu-



Additional 30954, passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 376.

Songs, mostly with a bass for harpsichord or pianoforte, in score,
by Charles Dibdin. Autograph.



1. " The grapes' mellow juice." f. 22.

2. " A Mirror, that the toilette graced."
[In The Musical Mentor.] f . 95b.

3. " Gome, come, my lads, the war is



o'er " ; with oboes, horns, and strings.
f.l91.
4. " This cap I'm trimming." \ln The
Musical Mentor], f. 206b.



Additional 30955, passim.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 377.

Songs, with a bass for harpsichord or pianoforte, in score. Nos. 1
and 3-6 are by Charles Dibdin. Autograph.

tightest lad for spunk and skill."
f.20.
4. "Some jolly sailors manned the



1. "To be sweet tempered." [In The
Musical Mentor.] f. 15.

2. "To fair Fidele's grassy tomb."
"[William] Jackson" [of Exeter];
published by him in his Twelve
Songs, op. 7 [1768?], as "To fairest
Delia." f. 18.

3. " Tom Tarpauline," beg. " The



jorum." f. 27.

5. "My dear Mister Wardle " [1809-
1810]. f. 49.

6. " When in folly and vice." f. 87.



Nos. 7-9 (Scotch songs) are in a different hand : —
7. "My Daddy is a canker'd Carle." 9. "Ah where and ah where is your



f. 164.
8. " Rossline Castle"; without the
words, f. 164 b.



Highland laddie gone." Imperfect.
i. 179.



Additional 30956, passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 378.

Songs, mostly with a bass for harpsichord or pianoforte, in score,
inserted in a collection of compositions by Charles Dibdin, but (with
the exception indicated below) not in his hand.

1. "Ah, why should love with tyrant ton], at Vauxhall. f. 12.

sway oppress." Sung by Mrs. [Eliza- 2. "... . alma pietosa, la vita, la
beth] Weichsell [m. in 1783 J. Billing- I sposa " : fragment of Aria, f . 14.



606



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



3. "Here lyes a man who from his
youth lay under a Prediction " ;
without accompaniment, f . 38.

4. "I'm for Tom Tiller's golden
maxim" [1811-1812]. " [C] Dibdin."
Autograph, fi. 53b, 55.



5. "My dear mistress had a heart "j
with pianoforte accompaniment.
" [Giuseppe] Sarti." Words by Lord
Rochester, f . 60b.

6. " Sweet Eccho, sweetest Nimphe."'
f.71.



Additional 30957, ff. 72b, 78.
Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 113.
Fragments of Songs in the hand of Charles Dibdin.



1. Beginning of the melody of " lo de
riddle." f . 71b.

2. Melody with bass, in score, of the
refrain (beg. "You turn at will") to



a song of which the opening words
are not given. Apparently by
" [Joseph] Vernon " (d. 1782). f. 77.



Additional 30958-30967, ;passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Octavo, etc.

Words of Songs by Charles Dibdin. IMostly autograph. The titles
or initial vrords of the principal ones are given in Index I of the
present Catalogue.

Additional 31591.

Paper ; fi. 54. 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio.

Cantatas, etc., with a figured bass for harpsichord or pianoforte
(in nos. 1 and 2), accompaniments for strings, etc. (in nos. 3—5), and
pianoforte accompaniment (in nos. 6-17), in score.

1. " Tirsi chiamare a Nome." " [N. A.]
Porpora." Imperfect at the end.

f. 1.

2. " Dalsigre, ohi, mia." By " [G. B.]
Pergolese," who composed also nos.

Nos. 6-17 are described as " Raccolta di Duodeci Canzoncine."
Probably by Domenico Cimarosa, who is known to have composed those
here numbered 11, 15, and 17.

6. " Ecco, quel fiero istante." f. 31b.

7. " Che chiedi." f. 33b.

8. "Va; ma conserva i miei." f . 35b.

9. " Orgoglioso fiumicello." f. 37b.

10. " Placa gli sdegni tuoi." f. 39b.

11. " Or che niega i doni raiei." f. 41b.

12. " Amo te solo." f. 43b.



3-5, though his name is not attached
to any of them, f . 4.

3. " Luce degli occhi miei." f. 7b.

4. " Chi non ode." f. 14.

5. " Nel chiuso centro." f . 22.



13. " Chi mai di questo core." f. 45b.

14. " Che ciascun per te sospiri."
f . 47b.

15. " D' un visetto lusinghiero." f. 49b.

16. "Trovaun sol." f . 51b.

17. " Gia la notte s' avvicina." f. 53b.



Additional 31760, passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo. Belonged to Eliza Wilbraham. See
also above, p. 89, and under Pianoforte Solos, in vol. iii.

Ariettas, etc., in score. No composers are named in the MS.
The accompaniments to the Neapolitan songs (nos. 5-8, 11-16) and



SONGS.



607



the Venetian canzonet (no. 9) are for pianoforte; nos. 1-4, 10, and 17
are accompanied by the guitar.



1. " Mentre la notte placida." f. 1.

2. " Sempre piu t' amo." f. 4.

3. " Nina, non dir mai no." f. 6.

4. " Abbi d' un cor sensibile." By A.M.
Nava. f. 9.

5. " ;^ la Luna 'mmiezo mare." f. 12.

6. "Oje, Ma'." f. 16.

7. "Mia madre mme vo' fare mona-
cella." f.l9.

8. " Quanno la matina." f. 22.

9. " Catinetta, mia barona." f . 24.

10. " Bella ca dele belle." f. 31.



11. "Mo chestongo." f.34.

12. " E nato 'mmiezo mare." f. 38.

13. " Si tu, mia sposa, mme si fedele."
f.41.

14. " Morir6, non dubetare." f. 43.

15. " 'Ncopp' a no' monte." f. 45.

16. "Non mme fa la 'nzemprecella."
f.48.

17. " Perch^ non chiusi al di." By G.
Fortunato. f. 50.

18. " lo far r amore cosi non so." f. 54.

19. " E lu mare " : canzone, f. 58.



Additional 31764, ff. 8-9.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also under Pianoforte Solos, in vol. iii.

Canzonetta, " Why will Floretta " ; with a pianoforte accompani-
ment, in compressed score, by — Giordani. Copied by Samuel Wesley
for Mrs. Luther.



Additional 31813, ff. 2b, and ISl-l 65 passim.

Paper ; 18tb-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 321.

Songs, mostly with a bass — figured or otherwise — in score. Nos.
1-3 and 9 are in the hand of R. J. S. Stevens.



1. "Why shouldst thou say I am for-
sworn " ; published in Play ford's
Select MusicaU Ayres and Dialogues,
1652, as a French Ayre; but after-
wards (1659) attributed by the same
publisher to Henry Lawes. f. 2b.

2. "I seek no more to shady coverts."
This and no. 3 are by "Jeremiah
Clarke." f. 131.

3. "I'm vex'd to think that Damon
woo'sme." f . 131b.

4. "To find the Shore of Happiness " ;
with horns, oboes, bassoons, and
strings. " S. Webbs" [sen.]. Auto-
graph, f. 146.

5. "Sweet music, thou alone." This
and nos. 6 and 7 (anonymous) are in



a different hand from the above.

f.l51.
6. "Daughter of Colla." f. 152.
7 "To yonder Beeches' friendly

shade " : recitative and air. f. 153.

8. "The Winter-rose," beg. "0 the
soft blooms of Summer": ballad
(watermark, 1806) by " S. Webbe,
jun." Autograph. Two copies, the first
with pianoforte accompaniment, the
second with flutes and strings. Words
by Mrs. Opie. ff. 159, 162.

9. "The Negro's complaint," beg.
"Forc'd from Home." Written by
Stevens for Miss A. M. Jeffery. Auto-
graph, f . 164.



Additional 32045, f. 5b (reversed).

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio.

" God save Fred'ric our King." See under Pianoforte Solos, in
vol. iii.



608 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 32073, ff. 169-1 80b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Folio. See also vol. i, p. 134.

" Antri profondi e cupi : Cantata " for soprano voice, with sym-
phonies and accompaniments for strings, in score, by K. H. Graun.

Additional 32178, ff. 68-69b.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 166.

Part of the second and the vs^hole of the last two of a series of four
Songs, with pianoforte accompaniment, in score, by Salieri. Apparently
in the hand of J. N. Hummel.

1. ". . . Oh, che crudel tormento." 2. " Languir d' amore." ib.
Jm^er/t'ci at the beginning, f. 68. | 3. " Oh teneri piaceri." f . 69.

Additional 32211, f. 97.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 429.

" Un jeune troubadour qui ...."; with a pianoforte accompani-
ment, in score, written on the same sheet as an unfinished sketch of a
ballet by J. N. Hummel, and possibly an early composition by him.

Additional 32229, f. 146.

Paper; 18th-19th cent. Folio. See also under Operas (above, p. 383), and
under various headings in vol. iii.

" Couplet," written for a single voice and chorus, but without the
words, accompanied by pianoforte or harp, in score, by G. Antonini,
addressed to the Emperor of Russia [Paul I, d. 1801] on the occasion
of the " fete " of the Empress Maria Feodorovna. The words were by
G. Derzhavin.

Additional 32237, ff. 44, 49-52.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo. See also above, p. 319.

Melodies of what appear to be Italian songs, in the hand of
J. N. Hummel.

1. "Ninfe, selieteviver bramate." f. 44. Metastasio. f . 49.

2. " Placa gli sdegni tuoi." The words 3. " Grazie agl' inganni tuoi." f. 50.
of this and no. 3 are by the Abbate 4. "Non siate ritrosi." f. 51.

Additional 34202, passim.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong octavo. See also above, p. 90.

Ariettas, etc., with accompaniment for guitar or (nos. 4 and 5)
pianoforte, in score. Most of them are anonymous.



1. "E la Luna 'mmiezo mare." This
and nos. 2-6 are in the Neapolitan



dialect, f. 1.
2. " Lo Guarracino." f. 4.



SONGS.



609



3. " Nenna sta grazia." f . 9.

4. "Si tu, mia sposa, mi si' fedele."
f. 11.

5. " Filli adurabili." f. 13.

6. "Ah, non saccio come fa." "Gio-
vanni Fortunato." f. 16.

7. " Cmn' ^ possibili " ; with violin, eic.
This and nos. 8-15 are in the Sicilian
dialect, f. 18.

8. " Un forti geuiu." f . 22.

9. "Si tiguardu." f. 25.

10. " Dintuzzi amabilissimi." f. 28.

11. " Chi amuri sfortunatu." f . 32.

12. "Si pri geniu 'nni stimamu."
f.35.

13. "Dammi, Nici." f.38.

14. " Nici, st' ucchiuzzi." f. 41.



15. "Sf ucchiuzzi languidi." " G.
Fortunato." f.47.

16. " Tutte sento nel mio core." " An-
tonio Nava." f.49.

17. " Abbi d' un cor sensibile." By
the same. f. 51.

18. "Un non so che mi sento " : Cava-
tina. f. 54.

19. " L' eta del contento." f. 61.

20. " Questa e pur la selva." f. 65.

21. " Di un' stupido Consorte." f. 69.

22. "Non e ver, ingrata Nice." f. 73.

23. " Perche non chiusi al di" : Cava-
tina. " Giovanni Fortunato." f.77.

24. " FanciuUin d' inganni pieno." By
the same, f . 80.

25. "Perch6, se mio tu sei." By the
same. f. 85.



Additional 34295, S. 41-76.

Paper ; beginning of 19th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to Maria Egerton.
See also above, p. 389.

Canzonets, with instrumental accompaniment, in score. Nos.
1-12 and 13-24 (two sets) are in the Venetian dialect, with a bass for
pianoforte, and anonymous ; nos. 25-32 are by " [L.] K. Widiman[n] "
and have pianoforte accompaniment.



1. "La Biondina in Gondoletta."
f.41b.

2. " Za s' abbozzava el zorno." f. 42b.
8. " Tie una barona." f. 43b.

4. " Godea lieto in sen." f. 44b.

5. "Senza costrutto." f . 45b.

6. " El far ben all' amore." f. 46b.

7. " El fiero destin." f. 47b.

8. " La mia Bettina." f. 48b.

9. " Tiolemo su el fagotto." f. 49b.

10. " Guidiam Nina." f . 50b.

11. " Stanco di pascolar." f. 51b.

12. " Nina, 1' e qua el to nane." f. 52b.

13. "Stanco di pascolar." Difierent
from no. 11. f. 54b.

14. " Alfin de' conteuti." f. 56.

15. "Senza costrut[t]o." Different
from no. 5. f. 56b.

16. " Mio Lindor, alma diletta." f. 57.

17. " Spazza camin." f. 57b.



18. " II momento, mia bella." f. 58.

19. "Godea lieto in sen." Same as
no. 4. f . 58b.

20. "Che in regnoso putteletto." f. 59.

21. "Tiolemo su el fagotto." Same
as no. 9. f . 59b.

22. " E ver che son moretto." f. 61.

23. " Nina, mi dai del matto." f. 61b.

24. "Or che fra nube asconde." f. 62.

25. " lo rivedro sovente." f . 63b.

26. " Resta in pace." f. 65b.

27. " Ecco, il bel mese." f. 67.

28. " Ho sparso tante Lagrime." f . 68b.

29. " Se spiegar potessi." f. 70.

30. " Tuasaro finch' io respiro." f. 72b.

31. " A Nice crudele." f . 73b.

32. "La bella Pastorella ; " with a
bass for a French guitar. Anony-
mous, f . 75.



Additional 28613, ff. 4-1 lb.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio.

Songs, with symphonies and accompaniments for violin, violoncello,
and pianoforte, in score. [By Franz Joseph Haydn.] They form nos.

II 2 R



610



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



7-14 of a set, and are said to be Welsh, but none of them occur in the
collection of Welsh songs contained in Add. 35274 (dated 1804), nor
in George Thomson's collection (1809, etc.). The words are not given.



Additional 31755.

Paper; fi. 61. Early 19th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged in 1819 to John A.
Powell (?).

Songs, chiefly Venetian, variously styled " Canzonette," " Canzon-
cine," or " Cavatine," with a guitar accompaniment, in score. Most
of them are anonymous.



1. " Parona, compatime." f. 1.

2. "No ghe xe caso." f . 5.

3. "Nina, no dir de no." f. 7.

4. "Elmalche sofro." f. 9.

5. " Amor, ti xe un putelo." f. 11.

6. "A parlar dai copi in z6." " G. B.
Scharmann." f. 13.

7. " Per carita, Bet[t]ina." f. 15.

8. " Se brami sapere." f . 17.

9. "Aura che dolce spiri." By

Murray, f . 20.

10. " Per ti, Nina." f. 22.

11. "LaNanetta." f. 24.

12. " Nina, quei oc[c]hi." "Vit[t]orio
Trento." f. 27.

13. " E ti ga cuor de vederme." f . 30.

14. "A se ti fussi, o Nina." f. 32.

15. " Caro sto magio." By A. Zifra.



f. 35.

16. " Quei bas[c]i, cara." "V[itto]rio
Trento." f. 38.

17. "X^ un fioreto." " G. B. Schar-
mann." f. 41.

18. " Ch' io niai vi possa lasciar." By
the same. f. 43.

19. " Dime aveta abbonoriva." f. 45.

20. "Aurete che placide." By L. K.
Widmann. f . 47.

21. " L' amor, dicesti, e all' anima."
f. 49.

22. " S6 x^ 1' et^ freschissima." f. 52.

23. "La farfaletta." By J. S. Mayer.
f.55.

24. " So che xe un pezzo." f. 58.

25. "Carina bel[ljina." By Mur-
ray, f. 60.



Additional 31756, 31757.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio.

Collection of Venetian and other songs similar to the preceding,
but with pianoforte accompaniment. In two volumes.



31756. Vol. I (3.80). 1. "In tutti i
modi." " M. Bevilacqua." f. 1.

2. "Nina, no dir de no." By V.
Trento. Same as vol. ii, no. 20. f. 4.

3. "Caro sto Magio." "A. Zifra."
f. 6.

4. " Parona, compatime." f. 9.

5. "Se amor mai." f. 13.

6. " Sto mazolin de' fiori." f. 17.

7. "Nineta careta." " G. B. Schar-
mann." f. 19.

8. "Vicin a Nina." "G. B. Peru-
chiui." f.21.

9. " La Biondina" ; with second part,
" Za s' abossava el zorno." f. 24.

10. " Baroncelo de Tonin." f. 30.



11. "Vado pensando, o Nonola." " G.
S. Mayr." f. 33.

12. "Per ti, Nina." By the same.
Same as vol. ii, no. 19. f. 36.

13. "Nina, quei oc[c]hi teneri." "Vit-
[t]orio Trento." f. 38.

14. "Dabrava carina"; with second
part, " Basta cussi." Same as vol. ii,
no. 16. f. 40.

15. " La note xe bela." " G. B. Peru-
chini." f. 45.

16. "Aurete che placide." " [L. K.]
Widmann." f . 49.

17. "Come xe belo un bocolo." " G.
B. Sc[h]armann." f. 51.

18. " Oh, che caso." f. 53.



SONGS.



611



19. " Done, x^ qua el Moleta." f . 56.

20. "E no., .vol piu zogatoli." f. 58.

21. "Queibasi." " V[itto]rio Trento."
f.62.

22. "Xeunfioreto." f . 65.

23. " Puti cari." " G. B. Sc[h]ar-
mann." Same as vol. ii, no. 21. f. 67.

24. "Nel cor piu"; altered from the
celebrated air in Paisiello's " La
Molinara." Same as vol. ii, no. 23.
f.69.

25. " Ti lo vedi." " G. B. Peruchini."
f. 71.

26. " Tu d' amarmi pur giurasti." f. 73.

27. "Ch' io mai vi possa." " G. B.
Sc[h]armann." f. 77.

28. "Carina belina." Same as vol. ii,
no. 22. f.79.

31757. Vol. II (fi.65). 1. " L' amor,
dicesti, e all' anima." This and nos.
2-11 are by " Muray" or "Mur-
ray." f . 1.

2. " Ti vidi la nel prato." f. 4.

3. "II vermiglio della rosa." f. 7.

4. " Le dolci tue catene." f. 11.

5. " Quel chiaro ruscelletto." f. 14.



6. " Guarda in quel verdi rami." f. 17.

7. " Fra tanti affanni." f. 21.

8. " me felice amante." f. 24.

9. " Quanto sei caro, amore." f. 27.

10. " Chiesi al f onte." f . 30.

11. "Alma Cipri." f.33.

12. " Aura, che dolce spiri." f. 35.

13. "Co sto luzor de luna." " V[itto]-
rio Trento." f. 37.

14. "LaNaneta." f . 40.

15. "La Farfaletta." By J. S. Mayer.
f.43.

16. "Da brava carina" (see vol. i,
no. 14). f. 45.

17. "E tigacuor." f . 50.

18. "0 Dafni." " [G. B.] Peruchini."
f. 53.

19. "Per ti, Nina." By J. S. Mayr.
f.56.

20. " Nina, no dir de n6." " V[itto]rio
Trento." f. 58.

21. " Puti cari." " G. B. Scharman."
f.60.

22. " Carina belina." f.62.

23. "Nel cor piu" (see vol. i, no. 24).
f. 64.



f. 2.



mi gridate."



Additional 31759.

Paper; fE. 136. Early 19th cent. Oblong folio. Belonged to John A.
PoweU (?) in 1819.

" CoLLEZiONE di 126 Canzonette Yeneziane ed Italiaue dette Bar-
carole . . . Presso Giuseppe Benzon ... in Venezia " ; with a bass,
apparently for the guitar, in score. Anonymous.

16. " Stance di pascolar." f. 17b.

17. " Donne, 1' amore b un scaltro pargo-
letto." f.l9.

18. "SonPoeta." f . 19b.

19. " Caro el mio coccolo." f. 21.

20. " Si ride amore." f. 21b.

21. " AU' ombra d' un bell' orno." f . 23.

22. " Nella stagion dei boccoli." f. 23b.

23. " Mi giuri che m' ami." f . 25.

24. " Dir vorrei ch' io t' amo." f. 25b.

25. " La biondina." f . 28.

26. " Quelle piume bianche." f. 28b.

27. " Niuetta cara." f. 30.

28. " Deh, credi, amata." f. 30b.

29. " Ecco, giunto il giorno." f. 32.

30. " Ho sparso tante lagrime." By
L. K. Widmann. f. 32b.

31. " Cara Cattina." f. 34.

2 R 2



1. " Gia r Aurora s' avvicina."

2. " Mamma mia, non
f.2b.

3. " N6 far la smorfiosa." f. 4.

4. " Nice h una briconcella." f. 4b.

5. "Crude steUe." f. 6.

6. " Quest' e dunque il luoco." f. 6b.

7. " Ah, ingrato, m' inganni." f. 8.

8. " Io rivedro sovente." f. Sb.

9. " Spine, voi che germogliate." f. 10.

10. "Un visetto lusinghiero." f. 10b.

11. " Cara, s' b ver che brami." f. 12.

12. " Se tutti i miei pensieri." f . 12b.

13. "Ecco di Gnido il Tempio." f. 15.

14. "Non t' accostare all' urna." By
L. K. Widmann. f. 15b.

15. " Or che la notte ombrosa." By
the same. f. 17.



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32. "Ardo d'amor." f . 34b.

33. " Adesso si son desperada." f . 36.

34. " Amore e un tiranno." f. 36b.

35. "Cos' e mai gentil Pastore."
f.38.

36. " La Farfalletta." By J. S. Mayer,
f . 38b.

37. " M' apprezzai d' amore al regno."
f.41.

38. "Semprepiut'amo." f . 41b.

39. " Compagni, amor lasciate." f. 43.

40. " La mia Ninetta." f. 43b.

41. " Se amor mai." f. 45.

42. "No xe r eta freschissima." f. 45b.

43. " Vanne a colei che adoro." f. 47.

44. "Tuseilieta." f . 47b.

46. " Or che fra nubi asconde i raggi."
f.49.

46. " Da queir istante." f . 49b.

47. " Caro mio bene, andiamo." f. 51.

48. "Co sto chiaro de sta luna."
f . 51b.

49. " Per pieta, se in sen tu senti."
f.54.

50. " Mala cossa (sic) e 1' esser Donna."
f . 54b.

51. "Ah, se ti fussi, o Nina." f. 56.

52. " Beir insalata." f . 56b.

53. " Mia garbeta Pastorella." f. 58.

54. " Misera son tradita." f. 58b.

55. " La nova e strana usanza." f. 60.

56. "Per mostrarti 1' amor." f. 60b.
67. " Sento che gho bisogno." f. 62.

58. " Resto, o mia cara." f. 62b.

59. " E ver che son moretto." f. 64.

60. " Un bel visetto." f. 64b.

61. " Me cavo dal secco." f. 67.

62. " Irene dov' e." f . 67b.

63. "Or ti conosco." f . 69.

64. "Cara mia Fide." f. 69b.

65. " Perche, mia bella Pillide." f. 71.

66. " Pianz^ tutti d' accordo." f. 71b.

67. " Pensa, bell' Idol mio." f. 73.

68. "Ilfierodestin." f. 73b.

69. "Mi vog[l]io dopo una andar."
f.75.

70. " Parto, mio bene! Addio." f. 75b.

71. " Nel mio seno." f.77.

72. " Ecco quel fiero istante." f. 77b.

73. " Da quel sembiante." f. 80.

74. "Ah, non tradirmi." f. 80b.

75. " Meco vieni amata." f. 82.

76. " Va, piix non dirmi." f. 82b.

77. " Aurette leggiere." f. 84.

78. " Dalle natie inie mura." f. 84b.



79. "Non s6 piu che sia contento."
f. 86.

80. " Voi che il mio cor sapete." f. 86b.

81. "Non si da maggior diletto." f.88.

82. " Speranza e il piu bel dono."
f. 88b.

83. "M'ha detto la mia Mama."
f.90.

84. " Son troppo innocente." f . 90b.

85. "No, non v' e maggior diletto."
f.93.

86. "La bella Pastorella." f. 93b.

87. "CaraElisa." f. 95.

88. " Mentre la notte placida." f. 96b.

89. "Vein (? = vicin) de Nina." By
G. B. Peruchini. f. 97.

90. "Ah n6, n6, n6 1 Non voi piu zo-
gatoli." f. 97b.

91. " Ch' io mai vi possa lasciar." By
G. B. Scharmann. f. 99.

92. " Io non s6 se amor tu sei." f. 99b.

93. "Quando io chiuda [sic) i Imni."
f. 101.

94. " Rendimi il core." f. 101b.

95. " Son qua con la chittara." f. 103.

96. " Languir d' amore." f. 103b.

97. " Se piu non curi." f. 106.

98. " Mio ben, ricordati." f. 106b.

99. "Pace ti chiedo, o Nice." f. 108.

100. "Xe un fioretto." By G. B. Schar-
mann. f . 108b.

101. " Amo te solo." f . 110.

102. "Dair ardor di tue pupille."
f. 110b.

103. "Ecco,amantePastoreUa." f.ll2.

104. "Bella e gentil Fornara." f. 112b.

105. " Boschi solinghi." f. 114.

106. " Dagli orighier tuoi." f. 114b.

107. "Una breve lontananza." f. 116.

108. "Fillevezzosa." f. 116b.

109. " Febo col puro raggio." f. 119.

110. " Vuoi per sempre abbandonarmi."
f. 119b.

111. "Chisadir." f.l21.

112. "Nice dorme." f . 121b.

113. " Se per te cosi deliro." f. 123.

114. "Me son sogna." f. 123b.

116. "E ti gha cuor de vederme lan-
guir." f. 125.

116. " Siora Checca." f . 125b.

117. "Non si ami piu." f . 127.

118. " Che vuoi ch' io viva." f. 127b.

119. "Ti gha sto quor de vederme
languir." f. 129.

120. " Cara, partir conviene." f. 129b.



SONGS.



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121. " So che un ingrata sei." f. 131.

122. " Frena le belle lagrime." f . 131b.

123. " Caro mio ben, credemi {sic)
almen." By T. Giordani. f. 133.



124. "La notte xe bella." By G. B.
Perucchini. f. 133b.

125. " Buona notte," f . 135.

126. " Come mai io posso vivere."
f. 135b.



Additional 31769, ff. 22-41.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 381.

" Ariette con Accompagnamento di Pianoforte, del Sig[no]re
Co[nte?] Lodovico Ca[rlo?] Widmann." In score.



1. " Io rivedr6 sovente." f. 22b.

2. " Resta in pace." f. 24.

8. "Ecco, ilbelmese." f. 25.

4. " Ho sparse tante lagrime." f. 26.

5. " Se spiegar potessi." f . 27.

6. "Tuasard." f. 28b.

7. "A Circe (sc. Nice), crudeletu,vola."
f.80.

8. "Ascolta, infida." f . 31b.



9. " Aurette che placide d' intorno mo-
vete." f. 33b.

10. "Erma valle." f. 34b.

11. " Ah, che sara di m^." f. 86.

12. "Questo e di Gnido il tempio."
f.37b.

13. " Non t' accostare air urna." f . 38b.

14. " Or che la notte ombrosa." f. 39b.

15. " Che grazioso puteleto." f . 40b.



Additional 31818, f. 73b.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 95.

"MoN CHER ami" : short song, with pianoforte accompaniment, in
score, in the hand of R. J. S. Stevens, and probably his composition.

Additional 31822, ff. 5b-6b.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Quarto. See also vol. i, p. 96.

Compositions in the hand of R. J. S. Stevens, apparently written
originally for the voice. See under Pianoforte Solos, in vol. iii.



Additional 32044, ff. 32-76 passim.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Large octavo and oblong folio. See also above,
pp. 49, 91 ; and under Trios, below.

Songs by W. [F. E.] Bach. Autograph.



1. "Ruf zur Freude," beg. "Dieses
weise Spriichlein " ; with chorus.
This and no. 2 are for a bass voice,
with pianoforte accompaniment, in
parts, f . 32.

2. "Das Gesetzbuch," beg. " Es war
einmal ein Griibelkopf." f. 36.

8. "L' amour est un bien supreme":
rondo, with horns, flutes, oboes, bas-



soons, and strings, in score, f. 40.

4. "Freude, Friede, Hoffnung," beg.
" Wer ist's die so freundlich " ; with
pianoforte accompaniment, in score,
and separate vocal part. f. 70.

5. " Ninf e, se liete " : rondo, with drums,
trumpets, horns, flutes, oboes, bas-
soons, and strings, in score, f. 76.



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