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614 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 32079, ff. 104-142.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Obloug folio. Belonged to Jeannette [? = Pauline
Anna] Milder [? afterwards Milder-Hauptmann]. See also above, p. 366.

Italian songs, with pianoforte accompaniment, in score.

I. Cavatinas by Ferdinando Paer.

1. " Speranza lusingMera." f . 104b. j rar." f. 113b.

2. " Saria piacer, non pena." f. 108. ; 5. " Oh come spesso il mondo." f. 118.
8. " Finger con chi s' adora." f. 111b. ; 6. " No, non e ver che 1' ira." f . 121b.
4. " Sarebbe neir amar soave il sospi- 1

II. Ariettas by ['? Giuseppe Antonio] Bridi.

7. " Se mai di lei t' accendi." f.l28b. 1 9. " Sentimi, o cara Nice." f . 134b.

8. " Che fa il mio bene." f. 131b. ' 10. " E la morte solievo." f. 137b.



Additional 33310, passim.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 233 ; above, pp. 49,
91 ; and under Trios, below.

Songs, v^ith accompaniment for pianoforte (unless the contrary is
stated), in score. They are, with the possible exception of nos. 5 and 6,
by [John Fane] Lord Burghersh [Earl of Westmorland in 1841].



1. " Conservati fedele " : Eecitative and
Aria. The words are taken from
Metastasio's ' ' Artaserse." Two copies.
f£. 13-17b, 97b-99b.

2. " Voi d' amanti e dolci affetti";
with strings, f. 31.

3. " 'Tis done, tis done 1 That fatal
blow " : Cantata, with horns, flutes,
and strings, ff. 35-47.

4. "Voi, mia cara, siete sola il sostegno
del mio core " : Cavatina, with



strings. Autograph, f . 78.

5. "Sul margine d' un rio " : Can-
zonetta. f . 96b.

6. "Per pieta, bell' Idol mio": Can-
zonetta. f . 97.

7. " Serbate, oh Dei custodi"; with
oboes, horns, bassoons, and strings.
[Words from Metastasio's "La cle-
menza di Tito."] Autograph, ff. 106-
109.



Nos. 8-15 are described (f. 115) as " Tre Cantate e Sei (? cinque)
Cavatine . . . coi Modi di Canto del Sig'- G. B. Velluti."



8. " Che vuoi, mio cor ? " f. 116.

9. "Oh Dio, Fileno." f. 122.

10. " Aime, che ascolto ! " f. 127b.

11. " Placido zeffiretto." f . 132.

12. " Frena le belle lagrime." f. 138.



13. "No no, non piangete, amati rai."
f . 141b.

14. "Beilabbri." f. 145.

15. " Pur nel sonno almen." f. 149.



Additional33311, f. 119.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 21.

Recitative and Air, " 'Tis done, 'tis done ! That fatal blow " ; with
accompaniment for violins and a figured bass for pianoforte, in score,
by [John Fane] Lord Burghersh. Partly autograph. (See also
Add. 33310, f. 35, above.)



SONGS.



615



Additional 34725, ff.lll, 118.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 388.
Songs by Sir H. R. Bishop. Autograph.

1. "Ah, cedi " : Aria, in full score,
Unfinished, f. 111.

2. "No, non vedrete mai": Cavatina.



with pianoforte accompaniment.
1807. Words by Metastasio. f. 118.



Additional 36747, f. 48.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 91.

" El Recuerdo emvano (sic) " ; with pianoforte accompaniment, in
score. Anonymous. Begins " Recuerdo envano pasadas glorias."

Additional 30017 and 30019, f. 2b.

Paper ; about 1800 (see Add. 30016, f. 61). See also above, p. 182.

" Not with more joy from desart shades " ; with a bass for harpsi-
chord or pianoforte, in score. Anonymous. The opening bars only.



Additional 28971, passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1800-1803. Oblong folio. See also above, pp. 20, 50, 92.

Songs, with symphonies and accompaniments for flutes (except in
nos. 4, 6, 8, 13, 14, 16-18, 28, 38, 43, 48 and 49), horns, strings, and
other instruments named below, in score, written for Vauxhall by
J[ames] Hook. Autograph. Among the singers mentioned are [Maria
Theresa] Bland and [Charles] Dignum. Nos. 1-21 were written in
1800 ; nos. 22-36 in 1801 ; nos. 38-40, and probably no. 41, in 1802 ;
and nos. 37 and 42-49 in 1803.



1. "No, nol It must not, must not
be." f. 1.

2. "The Trees begin to bud." f. 5.

3. "Anna that lives on the Tyne,"
beg. " How sweet are the meadows
in spring." f. 9.

4. "Thou'rt gone awa"; with bas-
soons, etc. f. 13.

5. "T'other day, as I sat by a green
willow-tree." f. 15.

6. "I'll be married to thee," beg. "I
am teaz'd to Death." f. 17.

7. "When Edward left his native
Plain." f.21.

8. "He's stole my Heart," beg. " Young
Jemmy." f. 26.

9. "Pretty Polly," beg. "They tell me
I am grown too proud." f. 28.

10. "Near a neat little cot." f. 32.



11. "The Lad wha' lilts sae sweetly,"
beg. " Say, Lads and lasses " ; with
bassoons, etc. f. 34.

12. "Men were all Rovers," beg. "To
me, yet in Teens." f. 37.

13. "Ye bold sons of Nimrod"; with
clarinets, etc. f. 39.

14. " Maidens, listen " ; with clarinets,
bassoons, etc. f. 43.

15. "Dilly, Dally," beg. "A mountain
maid " ; with bassoons, etc. f. 48.

16. "How handsome is my Sailor
Lad " ; with oboes, etc. f. 50.

17. "As skipping o'er the new-mown
Hay " ; with bassoons, carillons, etc.
f.52.

18. " Mary of Sunbury Hill," beg.
"Tho' the Poets of yore"; with
clarinets, etc. f. 56.



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



19. "When once by the clear-gliding
stream." f. 58.

20. "Encore, Encore," beg. "Thro'
life's pursuits " ; with trumpets, bas-
soons, drums, etc. Words by M. P.
Andrew, f. 68.

21. "Pretty Sally," beg. "My native
Plains " ; with clarinets, bassoons,
etc. f.Y2.

22. " Where winding Hether creeps to
Lyne" ; with bassoons, etc. f. 76.

23. "Happy, happy, art of pleasing";
with clarinets, bassoons, dc. The
words of this and nos. 24, 25, 27, and
28 are by Dr. [Robert] Houlton.
f. 80.

24. "A bonny Swain"; with oboes,
bassoons, etc. f. 88.

25. "The Free Gift" or "Neptune's
Prophecy," beg. " When Neptune our
Isle from the Deep had survey'd";
with clarinets, trumpets, bassoons,
drums, etc. f . 92.

26. " Swift flew the Day " ; with bas-
soons, etc. f. 96.

27. " The Rights of women," beg.
"Madam Pallas"; with fife (or
ottavino), oboes, trumpets, bassoons,
drums, etc. f . 125.

28. "Love and obey," beg. "Ere my
sweet Freedom I resign." f. 131.

29. "I was much afraid to marry,"
beg. "Flatt'ring lovers" ; with oboe,
bassoons, etc. f . 133.

80. " Tho' I am in my Teens." f. 135.
31. " Nelson and Abercombie," beg.

" Tho' feeble be the Poet's lay " ;

with trumpets, bassoons, drums, etc.

Words by T[homas John] Dibdin.

f. 137.
82. "Guess if you can," beg. "Many

and merry are the swains " ; with

bassoons, etc. f. 142.

33. " Ye sons of Bacchus"; with bas-
soons, etc. i. 146.

34. "Hark, hark! Tis the lark." f. 150.
85. " Sweet Kathlane Macree," beg.

"Ye winds and ye waves"; with

oboes, bassoons, drums, etc. f. 158.
36. "As I gang'd o'er the links of

Leith " ; with bassoons, etc. f. 162.
87. " Ben Bowser " ; with bassoons, etc.

i. 166.



38. " My Highland soldier"; with
oboes, bassoons, etc. Words by [Wil-
liam] Upton, f. 172.

89. "Sweet nosegay"; with clarinets,
bassoons, etc. f. 176.

40. "The fortune-telling Gipsey," beg.
" Come away, pretty maids " ; with
oboes, bassoons, etc. i. 180.

41. " Mary, the Beauty of Buttermere
Vale " ; with clarinets, bassoons, etc.
f. 184.

42. "Bonny Jo' of Aberdeen," beg.
"My mither was lame"; with bas-
soons, etc. f. 186.

43. " Sandy of Bonny Dundee," beg.
" They call me the Lassie with bonny
blue Eyes " ; with bassoons, etc.
Words by [W.] Upton, f . 188.

44. "Ann of S* Albans," beg. " When
the Bell of the Abbey." Words by
G[eorge] S[aville] Carey, f. 190.

45. "Content in my cot," beg. "On
the brow of a Hill." f. 192.

46. "It is not the Fashion," beg.
" Pretty Nancy." f. 194.

47. "I will soon be married," beg.
" How many Lovers " ; with bas-
soons, etc. i. 196.

48. " By and by will wed his little
Sally," beg. "A little, blithesome,
merry lass." Words by [W.] Upton,
f . 198.

49. " The Miller's Daughter," beg.
"Let Birds with all the Powrs of
verse" ; with clarinets, etc. i. 200.

50. "Then smile on me," beg. "0
Sally, long Ive try'd " ; with bassoons,
etc. Words by Carlile. f.202.

51. "You're mistaken," beg. "As I
carelessly tript it along." f. 204.

52. "Young Kitty sung the woods
among." ff. 206-207.

58. " The Loyal Irishman " or " Heart
of Oak and Shillalah for ever," beg.
" What a Fuss " ; with oboes, trum-
pets, bassoons, drums, eic. f . 212.

54. "The Sailor is the Lad for me,"
beg. "The Bold and brave"; with
the same instruments, ff. 216-219.

55. "I'll be Jack the Sailor's wife,"
beg. " When April-buds began to
blow" ; with bassoons, etc. f. 224.



SONGS.



617



Additional 24310.

Paper; ff . 25. About 1801 (watermark). Oblong folio. Acquired in 1824 by
Charles Hatchett from Charles Knyvett, jun., and belonged afterwards to Dr. H.
Gauntlett.

" Aurora " : Cantata, with symphonies and accompaniments for
flutes, clarinets, horns, bassoons, and strings, in score, by J[ohann]
C[hristian] Bach. Sung by [Giusto Ferdinando] Tendu[c]ci. Two
copies (fF. 1, 12), in the keys of F and G. Begins with the words
" Gia Febo rrconduce."



Additional 32343, f . 6b.

Paper ; a.d. 1803. Folio. Presented by Walter Bloomfield, Esq.

" Whene'er by chance to Town I stray " : song, with symphony,
etc., for pianoforte, by I[saac] W[illiam] Bloomfield, Honington,
Suffolk, 1803. Autograph.



Additional 35272, passim.

Paper ; about 1803. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 92.

Scotch Songs, with symphonies and accompaniments for violin,
violoncello and pianoforte, in score, by F. J. Haydn, almost entirely in
the hand of his amanuensis, J. Radnitzky. Most of them were
published by George Thomson, of Edinburgh, in his Select Collection of
original Scottish airs, 1793-1841.

14. " Queen Mary's lamentation," beg.
" I sigh and lament." f. 9.

15. "Highland Mary," beg. "Thou
ling'ring star." f. 9b.

16. "Pee him father," beg. "Saw ye
Johnie." f . 10.

17. " The lass of Patie's mill." f. 10.

18. "Take your auld cloak," beg. "In
winter, when the rain." f. 10b.

19. " Rothiemurcus rant," beg. " Lassie
wi' the lint-white locks." f. 11.

20. " Nansie 's to the greenwood."
f. lib.

21. "Bessy Bell." f . 12.

22. " Johnie's grey breeks," beg. " 'Twas
even." f. 12b.

23. "Pinkie house," beg. "The Maid
of Pinkie." f . 13.

24. "My dearie, if thou die," beg.
" Love never more." f. 13b.

25. "Bonny Jean," beg. "Wert thou
like me." f. 14.

26. " Sensibility, how charming."
f. 14b.

27. " My mother 's ay glowring." f. 16.



1. "The Lea-rig," beg. "When o'er
the hill." f. lb.

2. "Galashiels," beg. "Ah, the shep-
herd's mournful fate." f. lb.

3. "OnEttrick banks." f.3.

4. "Through the wood. Laddie," beg.
" Sandy, why thus leave." f. 3b.

5. " I wish my Love were in a myre,"
beg. " Again rejoicing." f. 4.

6. "William and Margaret," beg.
" 'Twas at the solemn, silent hour."
f.4b.

7. " Saw ye my father," beg. "Where
are the joys." f. 5.

8. "Auld Eobin Gray," beg. "When
the sheep are in the fauld." f. 5b.

9. "Maggie Lauder," beg. " Wha
wou'dna be in love." f. 7.

10. "The blathrie o't," beg. "I gaed
a waefu' gate." f . 7b.

11. "Barbara Allan," beg. "'Twas at
the hour of dark midnight." f. 7b.

12. " An thou wert mine." f. 8.

13. "Logan water," beg. "0 Logan."
f.8b.



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



28. "The birks of Abergeldy," beg.
" Bonny Lassie." f. 17.

29. " Gil Morrice." f . 17.

30. "The Minstrel," beg. "Keen blaws
the wind." f. 17b.

31. "Kellyburn braes," beg. "Three
merry men." f. 18.

32. " Hooly and fairly," beg. " what
[had] I a do for to marry." f. 18b.

33. "I cauna come," beg. "Now bank
and brae." f. 19.

34. " Hey, tutti taiti," beg. " Scots
wha hae wi' Wallace bled." f. 19.



35. " Killiecrankie," beg. " What
dreaming drone." f . 19b.

36. " The lone vale," beg. "How sweet
the lone vale." f. 20.

37. ["Woo'd and married and a'."]
The opening bars in the hand of
George Thomson, and the concluding
symphony in the autograph of the
composer (see Add. 35273, no. 72,
below). f.21b.

38. "Muirland Willy"; the intro-
'ductory sjTxiphony only, in the auto-
grapli of the composer (see Add. 35273 ,
no. 43). f. 22b.



Additional 35273, passim.

Paper ; about 1803, etc. Oblong octavo. See also above, p. 93.

A SIMILAR collection, by Haydn, in Radnitzky's hand. They are
divided into four sets (nos. 1-29, 30-44, 45-61, and 62-85), probably
as received from the composer.



1. Song without title, said to be
unpublished, f. 2.

2. "Good night, and joy be wi' ye a',"
beg. "The sun is sunk." f. 3.

3. "The braes o' Ballochmyle," beg.
" The Catrine woods." f. 3b.

4. "Jenny dang the weaver," beg. " At
Willie's wedding " ; with 2-part
chorus, f. 5.

5. "The rock and a wee pickle tow,"
beg. " were I as fleet." f. 6.

6. "The parson boasts of mild ale":
Irish song, with 2-part chorus.
f.7.

7. " Tullochgorum," beg. " Come, gie 's
a sang." f . 8.

8. "Johuie Macgill," beg. "Come
under my plaidie." f. 9.

9. "My wife 's a winsom, wee thing."
f.lO.

10. "When she came ben," beg. "0
was I to blame." f. 11.

11. " Does haughty Gaul." f. 12.

12. "Coming through the craigs o'
Kyle," beg. "O'er the muir"; with
2-part chorus, f. 13.

13. "Halloween," beg. " Poor fiutt'ring
heart." f. 14b.

14. "0 bonny lass," beg. "0 say, my
sweet." f. 15b.

15. " Tibby Fowler " ; with 2-part
chorus, f. 17.



16. "Macgregor o' Euara," beg. "Rav-
ing winds." f. 18.

17. "Happy Dick Dawson," beg. "I
lo'e na a laddie but ane." f. 19b.

18. "The white cockade," beg. "A
highland lad." f . 20b.

19. "Cro challin," beg. "My Colin,"
ff. 22, 24b.

20. " Over the water to Charlie."'
f. 23b.

21. " The Border Widow's lament,"
beg. " My love built me." f. 25b.

22. " The small birds rejoice " ; said to
be unpublished, f . 26b.

23. "The exile of Erin," beg. "There
came to the beach." f. 28.

24. " Farewel to Lochaber." f. 29b.

25. "Rattling, roaring Willy," beg.
"Around this festive table." f. 32.

26. "The boatman," beg. "Young
Peggy." f.32b.

27. "Whistle o'er the lave o't," beg.
"First when Maggy was my care."
f.33.

28. "Jenny's bawbee," beg. "I met
four chaps." f . 33b.

29. "The auld gudeman," beg. "My
Peggy's face." f. 34b.

30. "My Jocky was the blythest lad."
f. 35.

31. "Let me in," beg. "0 Lassie, art
thou sleeping." f. 36.



SONGS.



619



32. "O'er the hills and far awa," beg.

"O how can I." f. 36b.
88. "The maid that tends the goats."

f.38.

34. "Fy, let us a' to the wedding."
f . 38b.

35. " De'il tak' the wars," beg.
" Sleepst thou." f . 89.

86. " Gramachree." f . 40.

37. "Tam Glen," beg. "My heart is a
breaking." f . 40b.

38. "Bonny Jean," beg. "There was a
lass." f. 41b.

39. "Green grow the rushes," beg.
" There's nought but care " ; with
chorus, f . 43.

40. "Of a' the airts." f. 44.

41. " Sae flaxen were her ringlets."
f.45.

42. " Strathallan's lament," beg.
" Thickest night." f.45b.

43. "Muirland Willy," beg. " Harken
and I will tell." (For autograph cor-
rections, see Add. 35272, no. 38.) f. 47.

44. " Craigieburn wood." f. 48.

45. "The auld wife," beg. "Welcome,
royal Charlie." f . 49.

46. "The last time I came o'er the
muir." f. 51.

47. " The tears of Caledonia." f. 52.

48. " Up in the morning early." f. 52b.

49. "The flowers of Edinburgh," beg.
"Here is the glen." f . 53.

50. "Morag," beg. "0 wat ye wha."
f. 53b.

51. " Rosline castle." f. 54.

52. "My apron, dearie," beg. "My
sheep I neglected." f. 54b.

53. " My Love, she's but a lassie."
f . 55b.

54. "The soldier Laddie," beg. "Our
gallants." f. 56.

55. " Langolee," beg. ' ' 'Twas summer."
f. 56b.

56. "The east nook of Fife," beg.
" Auld gudeman." f. 57.

57. "Jingling Johnie," beg. "By
Allan-stream." f. 57b.

58. "The happy Topers," beg. "0
Willie brew'd a peck o' maut" ; with
chorus, f . 58.



59. "'Tis woman" (air in the "Beg-
gar's opera"), beg. "Come, all ye
jolly shepherds." f. 58b.

60. "Green sleeves," beg. "It was
the charming month of May."
f. 59.

61. "0 Phely, happy be that day" : a
Jacobite air. f. 60.

62. " Up and war them a'," beg. " But
are ye sure." f . 60b.

63. " The Highland laddie." f. 61.

64. "My love 's in Germanic," beg.
"The flower of Chivalry." f. 61b.

65. "Bonny, wee thing." f.62.

66. " The birks of Invermay." f. 63.

67. "Waly, waly." f. 65.

68. " She rose and let me in." f. 66.

69. " The braes of Ballenden." f. 68b.

70. " John o' Badenyon." f.70.

71. "O'er Boggle," beg. "The balmy
night." f. 71b.

72. " Woo'd and married and a'," beg.
"The bride, she is winsom." (For
aiUograph corrections, see Add. 35272,
no. 37.) f. 72b.

73. "Wat ye wha I met yestreen."
f.74.

74. "Age and youth," beg. "What can
a young lassie." f. 75.

75. " Argyle is my name." f. 76.

76. "Bonny Anne," beg. "0 Tibby, I
hae seen the day." f. 77b.

77. " Happiness lost," beg. " He fought
and fell." f. 78b.

78. "The shepherd's wife," beg. "A
rosebud by my early walk." f. 79b.

79. " The wee, wee man," beg. "
bonuie was yon rosy brier." f. 80b.

80. " The gaberlunzie man," beg. " The
brisk young Lad." f. 83.

81. "Mary's dreara," beg. " The moon
had." f. 88b.

82. "The weary pund o' tow," beg.
"He's far away " ; with 2-part chorus.
f.85.

88. "Macpherson's farewell"; with

2-part chorus, f . 86.
84. "The looking glass," beg. "These

rural shades " ; with 2-part chorus.

f. 87.



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Additional 34007, ff. 46-84 passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1804. Oblong folio. Belonged to Joseph Warren. See also
vol. i, pp. 95, 224 ; above, pp. 93, 114 ; and under several headings in vol. iii.

Songs, from a collection of compositions written by James Hook
for Vauxhall, in 1804. Autograph. The accompaniments, which are
written in score, are for horns, violins, tenor, and bass, and in most
cases also for flutes, clarionets and bassoons, and occasionally oboes,
flageolet, trumpets, bugle and drums. Most of the songs appear to
have been written for [Charles] Dignum.

my mother thought fit." f. 71.

6. "I will not marry yet." f. 73.

7. "You'll never die for love," beg.
' ' Young Will of the Dale." f . 75.

8. "Little Joe, the sailor"; without
words, f. 81.

9. "Beneath a spreading willow-shade."
f.83.



1. "Cupid's lottery," beg. "As Cupid
one day." f. 47.

2. " Long look'd for is coming at last."
f.55.

3. " The tough wooden walls of old
England," beg. "When the Despots
of France." f. 61.

4. " I've enough for myself." f. 67.

5. "The comical fellow," beg. "When



Additional 35274, passim.
Paper ; a.d. 1804. Oblong octavo. See also above, p. 98.

" Welsh Airs," and a few Scotch and Irish ones, with accompani-
ments for violin, violoncello, and pianoforte, by F. J. Haydn, in the
hand of J. Radnitzky. For the string parts see Add. 35275, fi". l-26b
passim, below. They are divided into four sets (nos. 1-20, 21-30,
31-45, 46-55). The original names to the Welsh songs are given in
Index I.



1. " Farwel, Frances." f . lb.

2. "Maltraeth." f . 2.

3. " DafEydd y Garreg win." f. 2b.

4. " Eriri wen " ("The white mountains
ofSnowdon"). f. 3.

5. " The allurement of love." f. 4b.

6. " The Britons." f. 5b.

7. "The marsh of Rhuddlan." f. 6.

8. Scotch air, without title, f. 7.

9. " Johny Faw " (Scotch). E. 8, 44.

10. " Fair Helen " (Scotch), f. 9.

11. " The inspired Bard." f. 9b.

12. " The pursuit of love." f. 10.

13. "The poor pedlar." f. 10b.

14. " The blossom of the honey-suckle."
f. 11.

15. "War-song of the men of Gla-
morgan." f. lib.

16. "The melody of Cynwyd." f. 12.

17. "R[h]eged." ib.

18. "The bend of the horse-shoe."
f. 13.

19. " Loth to depart." f. 13b.



20. "Ned Pugh's grand-daughter."
f.l4.

21. " The ancient modulation." f. 15.

22. " The sweet melody of North
Wales." f. 15b.

23. Scotch air ["My Nannie 0"].
f . 16b.

24. " The willow-hymn." f. 17.

25. "Gala-water" (Scotch), f . 17b.

26. "Lassie wi' the gowden hair"
(Scotch). f.l9.

27. Scotch air, without title, f . 19b.

28. "Lady Owen's favourite." f.20b.

29. Irish air, without title, f. 21.

30. "The Cornish May-song"; with
chorus, f . 21b.

31. "The march of the men of Har-
lech." f. 24.

32. "The blossom of the Thorns."
f . 24b.

33. "Llwyn On," beg. " Sir Watkyn."
f.25.

34. " Jenny's mantle." f . 25b.



SONGS. 621



35. "Codiad yr [e]hedydd" ("The
rising of the Lark "). f. 26.

36. " Away, my herd, under the green
oak." f. 27.

37. "The red piper's melody." ff.28,
44b.

38. " New Year's night." f. 28b.

39. " Captain Morgan's march." f. 29.

40. "The minstrelsy of Chirk Castle."
f.30.

41. " The dimpled cheek." f. 32.

42. " The flowers of the heath." ib.

43. " Towyn Castle." f. 33b.

44. Irish air, without title, f. 34.

45. " The dawning of day." f. 34b.

46. "Away, my herd, to the oaken
grove." f. 36.



47. "Adieu to my juvenile days."
f . 36b.

48. "The ancient Britons in London."
ib.

49. " A leap over the stone." f. 37.

50. "The flower of North Wales."
f . 37b.

51. "New Year's gift." f . 39.

52. "The delight of Prince Howel."
f.40.

53. "The departure of the King."
f . 40b.

54. "The Shepherd's son," beg. " There
was a Shepherd's son" ; with chorus.
Scotch, fi. 41b, 44b.

55. "Hunting the liare." f. 42.



Additional 35275, ff. 1-42.

Paper ; a.d. 1804, 1805. Oblong octavo and oblong folio. See also above,
p. 94 ; and under Trios for Pianoforte, Violin, and Violoncello in vol. iii (late
18th cent.).

Songs with violin, violoncello, and pianoforte accompaniments, by
F. J. Haydn.

1-55. The violin and violoncello parts of the songs in the preceding
volume (Add. 35274). ff. l-26b.

56-61. "Six Airs with Variations composed by [Franz] Joseph
Haydn for G. Thomson, and sold by G. T. to T. Preston, London,
1805." Published. They consist mostly of the airs (without words)
with pianoforte part, in score, followed by separate violin and violon-
cello parts. The titles are not given in the present MS., except that
of the first one, which is autograph ; the other songs are in the hand
of J. Radnitzky.

56. "The blue bell[s of Scotland]." I 59. " Saw ye my father." f . 33.
Vocal score, f.28. 60. " Maggie Lauder." f.34b.

57. " My love, she's but a lassie." f. 30. 61. " Killiecrankie." f. 36b.

58. " Argyll is my name." f. 31. I

Additional 31754, f. 143b.

Paper ; after 1804. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 70.

" Britons, to Arms your Country calls " : the beginning of a
" Loyal Song,' with accompaniments for oboes, horns, bassoons, viohns,
and basses, in score, by " An English Woman." In the hand of
Charles Wesley, the composer of the rest of the MS.

Additional 31765.

Paper; fi. 19. About 1806-1812. Polio.

" Ariette" (12) for a treble voice, with pianoforte accompaniment,
in score, by Ferdinando Paer, " Direttore delle Musiche e Spettacoli



622 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Imperiali," with an autograph dedication to [Girolamo] Crescentini, the
singer [who was in the service of the Emperor Napoleon from 1806
to 1812].



1. "Ah, che del mio tormento." f . 2b.

2. " Aura, che dolce spiri." f. 3b.

3. " Piu ^ facil che possa." f. 4b.

4. " Quando sull' ala ombrosa." f. 5b.

5. "lo d' amore, oh Dio, mi moro."
f.8b.

6. "Fra 1' onda che infida miuaccia



procella." f. 9b.

7. " Sente 1' aria il prato." f. 11.

8. "E pur soave amore." f. 12b.

9. " Queste canore voci." f. 13b.

10. "Nod so dir se pena sia." f. 15b.

11. " Se tu non vedi." f . 16b.

12. "Sonlungi,enonmibrami." f . 18b.



Additional 31713, ff. 71-87.

Paper ; about f807 (f. 71), etc. Oblong folio. Most, if not ah, of the pieces in
the MS. belonged to Lt.-Col. Edward Capel in 1807. See also above, p. 94.

Songs, with accompaniments, in score. Anonymous. They consist
of a Neapolitan Cantata (no. 1), with strings, and ten short Sicilian
arias, with a bass for pianoforte.



1. " Sto core infiamato." f. 71.

2. "SuU, suh." f.80b.

3. " Nici biddicchia." f.81.

4. " Nici, nun pozzu." f . 81b.

5. " lu non sacciu." f . 82b.

6. "Cu r ucchiuzzi." f.83.



7. "Nici mia, comu si fa." f. 83b.

8. " Amuri ss'occhi spiranu." f . 84.

9. " Quantu su d'un gioruu." f. 84b.

10. "Oh sorti cruda." f. 85b.

11. " Cara, se vuoi." f . 86b.



Additional 32584, f. 108.

Paper ; about 1807 (watermark). Folio. Belonged to [James] Paddon, and
afterwards to James Bartleman. See also vol. i, p. 76.

Song, " Let me from noontide heats remov'd " ; with accompaniments
for flutes and strings, in score, by [William] Jackson [of Exeter].



Additional 35155, ff. 145-1 56b.

Paper; a.d. 1807. Oblong folio. Belonged to J. W. Windsor, Bath. See
also under Lute Solos, in vol. iii.

" Eloisa on the Death of Abelard," beg. " Deep in this vault of
everlasting gloom " : Scena for a soprano voice, with symphonies and
accompaniments for trumpets, clarinets, flutes, oboes, horns, bassoons,



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