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2. " Se[e] the blushing morn." f. 3.

3. " Chantons I'ami " ; with a refrain
for chorus, f. 4.

4. " Separ^s par le cours des ondes " ;
described as " Couplets [pour la]
Comtesse Rosalie de Rzrewuska {sic)
n6e P[rin]cesse Lubomirska." f. 7.



draft, ff . 26, 28.

13. " ihr Geliebten" : Romance, f. 29.

14. "Die Sehnsucht," beg. "Die stille
Nacht." f.30.

15. " Der Whist-spieler," beg. " Ach,
Gott, das ganze Leben." f . 32.

16. " Dem edlen Schmaucher-orden."
Words by [J. Aloys] Blumau[e]r.
f.35.



5. " Toute la vie ayes etudi6 " ; words , 17. " Der hat nichts gesehen der nie in
by Cuny. f. 9. \ Wien war." f. 38.

6. "Tu me dis refrain menteur " : I 18. "Als d' Jude unsern Herrn habe
Romance, f. 13. I g'fanger g'habt." f. 38b.

7. "Einsnur." Melody only. f. 14. 19. "Ich ward zu Wien in Ostreich

8. " Es ist ein Madel." Melody only. I geboren." ff.41b, 43.

f.l5. ! 20. " Bald ist das Patrocinium." f . 45.

9. "Zu Gdthen's 80'" Geburtstag " i 21. "Der Nachts wenn alles schlaft."



[1829]. This and nos. 10-12 (without
words) appear to have been copied
about the same time. f. 16.

10. Romanze, in El7 (f time), f . 18b.

11. " Meine Geliebte." f . 20b.

12. "Neidisch trennen Thai und Hii-
gel " ; followed by the original



f.47.

22. "Der Tanz-meister," beg. " Tral-
lal, fein langsam." f. 51.

23. " Das ist alles aus." Melody only.
f.52.

24. " Cieco ciascun mi crede." f. 56.



Nos. 25-42 are described as " Russische Original Lieder." They
are accompanied by a bass, partly figured, for pianoforte.



25-28. " Akh ruichenki," " Kakh
vecherr toska napadala," "Akh kakh
totno," and " Vspomni moi lyu."
f . 105.

29-32. "Kakh prokhodit," " Tem tebya
ya ogorchila," "Ya poidu," and " Vo
polye bereza." f. 105b.

33-35. " Natalhyushki," "Akhunash-



ikh," and " Ay na gorye." f. 106.
36-39. ' ' Vui razdaytes," ' ' Akh vo sadu,"

"Akh u tushka," and "Kakh posh-

lina." f . 106b.
40-42. "Za svyatuimi," "Za dolati,"

and " Uzh ya zoloto khoronyu."

f. 107.



Nos. 43-48 (f. 108) are described as " Schottische Melodien."

" Wha



43. " Maggie Lauder," beg.
wadna be in love."

44. "Auld Robin Gray," beg. "When
the sheep are in the fauld."

45. "The blue beU of Scotland," beg.
" where, tell me where, is your



highland laddie gone."

46. " Macpherson's farewell," beg.
"Farewell, ye dungeons."

47. "The auld gudeman," beg. "I'll
hae my coat o' good snuff-brown."

48. " The weary pund o' tow."



SONGS.



633



Nos. 49-59 are " Irlandsche Lieder."



49. "The Shamrock," beg. "Thro'
Erin's Isle." f. 108b.

50. " 'Tis the last rose of summer." ib.

51. "The minstrel boy." ib.

52. "Oh had we some bright little isle
of our own." ib.

53. "Oh doubt me not." f. 109.



54. "No, not more welcome." ib.

55. "The time I've lost in wooing." ib.

56. " Come, rest in this bosom." ib.

57. "When cold in the earth." f. 109b.

58. "To ladies' eyes." ib.

59. "This earth is the planet." ib.



Nos. 60—79 are Scotch, and have accompaniments for flute, violin,
violoncello, and pianoforte, written for George Thomson of Edinburgh,
nos. 60-62 in 1831, nos. 63-74 in 1829. The initial words of these
fifteen songs are given in the description of Add. 32188, where they
occur (f. 2-5b) in the same order (see Songs, 1822, above, p. 628),
and in Index I. Nos. 75-79 were published by Thomson in 1826,



75. "Why weep you by the tide, Lady."
f. 133.

76. "My heart is sore." f. 185.

77. "I saw thee weep." f. 137.

78. "Lord UUin's daughter," beg. "A



chieftain to the Highlands bound."
f. 139.
79. "At ev'n, when on each heather-
bell." f. 141.



Additional 36966-36968, pcissi



m.



Paper ; a.d. 1830-1834. Oblong folio. Bequeathed in 1904 by Edward Wrey
Whinfield, Esq. See also under Cantatas (above, p. 22), Duets (p. 96), and Glees
(p. 118).

Songs composed by Sir Henry Rowley Bishop for Vauxhall
Gardens, with instrumental symphonies and accompaniments, in two
separate scores. Written for horns, clarinets, flutes (traversi or
ottavini, or both), bassoons, and strings ; generally al.so trumpets and
oboes ; frequently kettledrums and trombones ; and occasionally also
bugle, castanets, bass-drum, side-drum, cymbals, and triangle. Many
of the names of the singers are given in pencil, among them being
Mrs. [Ann] Bishop and [John] Templeton.

36966. All the songs in this volume are dated 1830.



1. "The Parting of Hofer," beg. "As
on his country, wreck'd, he gazed."
f.25.

2. "The Orphan Savoyard": Ballad,
beg. ' ' Far distant lies my native
home." f. 37.

3. " The Banners red." f. 42.

4. " The Bloom is on the Rye," beg.
" My pretty Jane." f. 51.

5. " Give me the golden violet." f. 57.

6. "The Lad in the Jacket of Blue,"
beg. " My love is a Sailor." f. 65.

7. "The heart that ne'er tnm'd from a



friend," beg. "Give me the strain
that is simple and light." f. 73.

8. "The Butterfly," beg. "Butterfly,
butterfly." f. 80.

9. "The Lavender Girl": Cavatina,
beg. "Do you want any blooming
Lavender ? " f. 88.

10. "The Sale of husbands," beg. "Hail
to you, lovely women." f. 110.

11. "The Sale of wives," beg. "Some
ladies I have." f. 133.

12. "The Ladies of Otaheite," beg.
" 'Twas at the time." f. 154.



634



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAE.



36967. ISTos. 1-11 in this volume are dated 1831, the others 1832.

1. "The Troubadour's return," beg. I 10. " The Bride of a Soldier." f.81.

" Pearly tears she sadly shed." f. 12. I 11. "Indian Girl's song," beg. "We

2. "Sly little Love to my cottage I met on the cliff." f. 93.

came." f. 22. j 12. " Weigh'd in the balance together."

3. " Ah ! why does that lip." f. 29. ; f.l43.

4. " Fanny Green." f. 36. 13. "The heart that loves sincerely,"

5. "I'll range life's gayest garden." beg. " In distant clime." f . 151.

f. 43. ' 14. " I'll forsake thee never." f . 156.

6. "Sweet, sweet Heart's-ease," beg. ' 15. "The Bruce is on the Hill," beg.
"Yes, meekest rosebuds wear a I " Now fare thee weel." f . 170.
thorn." f.51. 16. " Gondolier, Gondolier 1 " f . 176.

7. "Not to night," beg. "December | 17. "Penitent Love in a Hermit's
snow is faUing fast." f. 58. ^ Cell," beg. " So fickle of late." f. 180.

8. " The Spanish Girl," beg. " 'Twas at 18. " Where the purple Cornflowers



the joyous carnival." f. 65.
9. "Not you, nor you," beg. " There is
a Lad in our town." f. 73.



blow," beg. "Bluely shine the sum-
mer skies." f. 186.



36968. Nos. 2, 6, 8, 11-14, 16, and 17 in this volume are dated
1834, the others 1833.



1. " Thy smile was sweet " : Ballad, f. 1.

2. "When woe on the bosom of mercy
reposes " : Ballad, f. 16.

3. "A tight little bark." f. 21.

4. "I've a poor little, weak little,
heart." f. 33.

5. "If I were a Fairy." f. 39.

6. "Fly, tyrant Slav'ry " : Recitative
and Air "on the Emancipation from
Negro Slavery." f. 46.

7. "Nelson," beg. "See the shade of
great Nelson": Recitative and Air.
f. 100.

8. "Come, come, come to my island
home." f. 116.

9. "Saint George for England," beg.
" I love the sweet sounds of a lady's
song." f. 1.30.

10. "]\Ierrily, merrily trip we." f. 135.

11. " Shall this wild valley be our
home " : BaUad. f. 141.

12. "The trees are bright with shoots
of green " : Ballad, f. 146.



13. "The moon looks pale": Sere-
nade, f. 164.

14. " The Esquimaux' song," beg.
" With thee I chased the bounding
deer." f. 170.

15. "Grief was meant not for youth."
f . 176.

16. "Thou wert lovely to my sight."
f . 188.

17. "Silver Star," beg. "Bright star of
even." f. 192.

18. " Pretty Jeannette." f. 214.

19. " We never yet with whispers
seal'd " : Ballad, f. 225.

20. "My native Hills," be^. "I love
the hills." f. 229.

21. "Cull the rose of love": Rondo,
f . 235.

22. "Deep in thy heart," beg. "Say
when this cheek." f. 246.

23. "Dear one, a kiss," beg. "What
is it, when absent from thee " : Bal-
lad, f . 250.



Additional 30245.

Paper ; ff . 4. a.d. 1831. Octavo.

" How many Summers, love, have I been thine " ; with pianoforte
accompaniment, in score, by Sigismund Neukomm. Dedicated to Mrs.
Procter, wife of Bryan Waller Procter, alias Barry Cornwall, the
author of the words. Autograph.



SONGS. 635

Additional 32179, f. 65.

Paper ; about 1831. Folio. See also vol. i, p. 450, and under various headings
in vol. iii.

" Le Rossignol " : a Russian song with pianoforte accompaniment,
in score, the music by Alexander Alabieff, the words by Baron Delvich,
beg. " Solovee moe." Printed. Presented to [J. N.] Hummel by
Madame Albrecht and her sister Mile. Esperance de Lang, Dresden,
1831.

Additional 35027, ff. 4, 39b.

Paper ; a.d. 1835, etc. Quarto and small oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 195,
under various headings in vol. iii, and in the Catalogue of Additions for
1894-1899.

Songs from an Album of Miss Eliza Wesley.



1. " Good night ! Ah, no " ; with
pianoforte accompaniment. " Tho'
Adams," 1835. Autograph. Words



by P. B. Shelley, f. 4.
2. " La Bella Pastorella." "Handel."
Facsimile, f . 39b.



Additional 32670, f. 7.
Paper ; 1836-1843. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 427.

Melody and words of a Ballad written for M"" Lablache, beg.
*' When I list to thy voice." From a sketch-book of compositions by
M. W. Balfe.

Additional 35026, ff. 10-50 pamm.

Paper; a.d. 1836-1854, Quarto. See also under Albums (1836-1895) in
vol. iii.

Short songs, or fragments of songs, with pianoforte accompaniment,
in score. Autograph, unless the contrary is stated.

"Maria B. Hawes," 1841. f. 32.



1. "II nome indovinato," beg. " Voi
vorreste il nome amato " : Can-
zonetta. " Domenico Dragonetti "
[?1836]. f. 10.

2. " When the night-bird is singing":
Serenade. " Henry John Gauntlett,"
1836. f. 13.

3. " Addio, Teresa." Eight bars of the
melody only, in the hand of Giu-
ditta Pasta [? 1837]. f. 24b.

4. " I'll speak of thee." Beginning only.



5. "Bright be the place of thy soul."
Beginning only. " Charlotte Ann
Birch," 1841. f. 35.

6. " Mama is so very particular." Itn-
perfect at the end. " John Parry,"
1841. f. 36.

7. "The skipper, he stood beside the
helm." Beginning only. "J. L. Hat-
ton," 1854. f. 50.



Additional 32669, ff. 2b, 29b.
Paper; a.d. 1837, etc. (see below). Oblong folio. See also above, p. 425.
Songs, from one of M. W. Balfe's Sketch-books.



1. " ' Bel' Amie,' or ' The Lay of the
Troubadour,' " beg. " Gentle river " ;



with pianoforte accompaniment.
Words by Bulwer. f . 2b.



636



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



2. "They bind with costly pearls my
brow " : Ballad, without accompani-



ment. [Published as " Scaramuccia "
in 1837.] f. 29b.



Additional 35023, ff. 21-26.

Paper ; about 1837, etc. Quarto. See also vol. i, p. 100.

I. Songs with pianoforte accompaniment, copied by Samuel
Wesley for his daughter Eliza Wesley, about the last year of his life
(1837).



1. " Tell her I love her." " Shield."
f.21.



2. "I loved thee in thy Spring-time."
" Herbert Rodwell." f. 23b.



II. "Solo imparai da forte": bass Aria. Vocal part only.
By Righini. f. 25.



Additional 14343, ff. 2b-45b passim.

Paper ; about 1839. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 119.

Songs, with pianoforte accompaniment, frequently represented by a
bass (generally figured), in score, by Samuel Wesley. In the hand of
V. Novello.



1. "Dum vivimus vivamus," beg.
" Mihi est propositum " ; with 4-part
chorus and translation in the hand
of Leigh Hunt. f. 2b.

2. "Come Stella," 1801. Words from
Dr. Johnson's "Ode to Summer."
f.6b.

3. "Parting to Death we may com-
pare," 1783 or 1784. f. 7b.

4. "Fairy Minstrels." Words by
W. B. Kingston, f. 18b.

5. " Yes, Daphne," 1785. f. 27.

6. " Phere moi cupellon." Words



from Anacreon. f . 29.

7. "Adieu, ye jovial youths," about
1785. Words by Shenstone. f . 29b.

8. " The rising Sun of Freedom." The
words written "on Mr. Fox's Birth-
day." f . 42b.

9. "Not Heav'n itself," 1804. Words
from Horace, translated by Dryden.
f.43.

10. "In radiant splendor," 1816;
apparently copied in 1839. Words
by the Eev. John Davies. f . 45b.



Additional 32671, f. 30b.

Paper; about 1842 (see below). Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 430.

Sketch of ballad, " I'll do thy bidding, mother dear," by Michael
William Balfe. [Published in 1842.]



Additional 34804, f. 30.

Paper ; a.d. 1847. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 627.

" Wer unter eines Madchens Hand " : comic song, with accompani-
ments for violins, violas, flutes, oboes, bassoons, violoncello and bass, in
full score, by Philip Cipriani Hambly Potter. Autograph. The end
is lost.



SONGS.



637



Egerton 2736, ff. 49, 57, 61.

Paper ; a.d. 1847, etc. Folio. See also above, p. 442.

Songs with pianoforte accompaniment, in score, by Michael William
Balfe.



1. "AM! forse in tal momento " :
Recitative and Aria, composed for
Jenny Lind. [Published in 1847.]
Autograph, ff. 49-52.

-2. " I saw a love " : Ballad. [Published



in 1889.] Words by F. Savile Clarke.
f.57.
3. "Let us haste." Words by W. A.
Barrett, f. 61.



Printed Book, K. 7, f.

Paper ; first half of

French Songs vi^ith pianoforte
in score. Nos. 1-13 are inserted
nos. 14-24, at the end.

1. " Unefleur en hiver," beg. " Angeline
est le nom." " L. Clapisson."
Words by Emile Barateau.

2. "Mere et Soeur " : Romance, beg.
"Avant de franchir la frontiere."
"Edouard Brug[u]i6re." Words by
F61ix Duvert.

S. " Le doux air de Venise," beg.
"La la la, sur le bord de la mer."
" [A. M.] Panseron." Words by
E. Barateau.

4. " Vols tu cette nacelle " : Barcarolle.
"Am6de[e] de Beauplan."

5. "Bonheur de se revoir." By the
same. Words by — Guittinger.

>6. "Rendez moi mon 16ger Bateau":
Barcarolle," beg. "On m'avait dit."
"Edouard Brugiere." Words by —
St. Elme Champs.

'7. "Tu n'aimes plus." Words and
music by " J. Meifred."

8. "Ma vieille tante Marguerite."
" Auguste Nourrit."

9. ''Lie Reve," beg. " Un soir, accabl6
de tristesse." " [H.] Romagnesi."

10. "Le chant du depart," beg. "La
victoire en chantant " ; arranged from
a " hymne guerrier," by " M6hul."

11. "Vne nuit sur I'eau," beg. "La
lune ronde." "Hippolyte Monpou."

12. "La Montagnarde," beg. "0 toi,
ma corupagne fiddle." Words and
music by " Fr6d6ric B6rat."

13. "Jean ne ment pas," beg. "Tons



16 (beginning and end).

19th cent. Folio.

accompaniment (except to no. 13),
at the beginning of the volume ;

les jours pourquoi, ma chere."
" [J.] E[tienn]e Arnaud." Words by
"E. Barateau."

14. "Jacquot": Chansonette, beg.
" Du haut en has." " J. J. Masset."
Words by Hippolyte and Theodore
Cogniard.

15. "Ne soyez plus si belle," beg.
"Hier vous 6tiez grande dame."
"Le C[om]te Ab[el] d'Adh^mar" (b.
1812). Words by Le Vicomte Fr. de
la Bouillerie.

16. "La Bague de ma M^re," beg.
"Prendsl'anneau." "A. Marquerie."
Words by — Desrameaux.

17. " Le Pardon": Romance, beg.
" Pardonne moi, j'attends de toi."
Words and music by " Am6d6e de
B[e]auplan."

18. "Pardonne Lui," beg. " Comme
une frele sensitive." "A. Marquerie."
Words by Gabrielle Jobey.

19. "La Peur," beg. " Ne me regardez
pas ainsi." "A. Grisar." Words by
Andre van Hasselt.

20. "Plus de Mere," beg. " Pitie,
Madame." "Loisa Puget." Words
by G[ustave] Lemoine.

21. "La Branche d'amandier," beg. " De
I'amandier tige fleurie." " Henry
Cohen." Words by Lamartine.

22. "Mon Pays," beg. "Qui, je t'
aime." "Loisa Puget." Words by
Lemoine.



638



VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



23. "La Jeuue AUemande," beg.
"Viens, Arthur." "Augusts An-
drade." Words by [Louis] Crevel
de Charlemagne.



24. "Le Soleil de ma Bretagne," beg..
" La mer m'attend." " Loisa
Puget." Words by G. Lemoine (?).



Additional 29803, f. 5.

Paper ; a.d. 1850. Oblong folio. See also under Pianoforte Solos (1872) and
Pianoforte Concertos (18th-19th cent.), in vol. iii.

" Ml LAGNERO tacendo della mia sorte " : Canzonetta, apparently
no. 10 of a series by Rossini, dated " Firenze, 10 Giugno, 1850.'^
Autograph.

Additional 33965, f. 73b.

Paper; a.d. 1855. Small folio. See also under various headings in vol. iii.

" Wanted — a Governess," with the pianoforte accompaniment to the
first two bars, in score, composed in 1840 by John [Orlando] Parry.
Autograph. First verse only. Added by the composer at the end of
a letter to Henry Phillips, the singer, 30 July, 1855,



Additional 32672, ff. 58b-63 passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1858-9, etc. Folio. See also above, p. 432.

Sketches of compositions for a single voice, by Michael William
Balfe. Nos. 3 and 4 have pianoforte accompaniment.

1. " Oh take me to thy heart again *'



[1858]. f. 58b.

2. " Nelly Gray," beg. " I often dream" :
Solo and chorus [1859]. f. 59b.

3. " Trust me not at all, or all in all,"



beg. " In love, if love be love " [1865 ?].
f . 60b.
4. " Turn, fortune, turn thy wheel."
f.63.



Additional 35028, ff. 37-62.

Paper ; a.d. 1860. Quarto. See also above, pp. 47, 97, 119 ; and under Trios,
below.

Ariettas, etc., most of them with a figured bass for the harpsi-
chord, and (unless the contrary is stated) composed in 1783 by
Samuel Wesley. Copied by Eliza Wesley in 1860, from the originals
in the possession of John Wesley.



1. "Louisa, view the melting Tears."
Undated, f . 37.

2. " Adieu, ye jovial youths." f. 38.

8. " The world, my dear Mira, is full
of deceit " : Aria, with harpsichord
accompaniment. Composed for the
Duchess of Norfolk, in 1784. f. 40.

4. " Yes, Daphne, in your face I find,"
1781. f. 42.

5. " When we see a lover languish."
f.44.



6. " Too late for redress." f. 45.

7. " Pale mirror of resplendent light."
Undated, f. 47.

8. " Love 's but the frailty of the Mind."'
f.49.

9. " 0, how to bid my love adieu."
f.51.

10. " Parting to death we will com-
pare." f. 53.

11. " The white-robed hours." f. 55.

12. " Armin's Lamentation for the loss-



SONGS.



639



of his Daughter," beg. " Alone on i 13. " Swift's ' Song in the Modern
the Sea-beat Rock"; with accom- | Taste,' " beg. " Flutt'ring spread thy



paniments for 2 violas and a bass,
in score. 1784. f . 56.



purple Pinions." f. 60.



Additional 37046, passim.
Paper; a.d. 1869, 1870. Quarto. See also under Part-songs (above, p. 456).

Sketches of songs in the hand of John Liptrot Hatton, mostly
with pianoforte accompaniment, in score, composed in 1869 and 1870.
Tlie names of the authors of the words are generally given, and in
many cases those of the publishers to whom songs were afterwards
sent. Some appear, however, to have remained unpublished.



1. " Little May " ; written for Mme.
Edith Wynne. Four bars, melody
only, f . 19.

2. " Ye soldiers, sailors, volunteers " ;
with orchestra, f. 19b.

3. " The Ivy-tree," beg. "Hove to see."
fi. 19b, 20b-21.

4. " The Secret of the Sea," beg. " Ah,
what pleasant visions." fi. 42b, 43.

5. " Peter the Potter." ff. 45b, 46.

6. " My thoughts are all of thee," beg.
" I think of thee " ; with violoncello,
etc. ff.47b-48b.

7. " Absent from thee," beg. "The one
sad, bitter thought " ; with violon-
cello, etc. f. 51b.

8. " If a man does his duty." f. 52b.

9. " Thoughts of the past," beg. " 'Tis
sweet, 'tis sweet." f. 53.

10. " Oh, give me a home on the dark,
blue sea." f. 53b.

11. " The Bass-singer," beg. " Let
tenors sing." f. 54.

12. " The River, the bonnie bright
River," beg. " 0, the river." f. 55b.

13. " The moon-beams are shining."
f. 57b.

14. "The Xmas Welcome," beg. "A
welcome home." ff. 63b, 64.

15. " The coming storm," beg. " Hark
to the sound of the Ocean." f. 65b.

16. '"The Farmer's Son,' or 'The
Hidden Treasure,' " beg. " Come
hither, my son." [Published in 1870
as " A Father's parting gift."] f. 66.

17. "Over the snow," beg. "Oh, star-
beams and moonbeams gleam."
f. 66b.

18. "Australia," beg. "O'er many a
foaming billow." f. 67.



19. "The Tinker," beg. "A tinker all
grimy and black." ff. 69b-70.

20. "The heart's echo," beg. "When
the soft summer twilight." f. 79b.

21. "Where'er thou art," beg. "You
ask me if I sigh." f. 80.

22. "The Farmer's Boy," beg. "The
Sun had set." f. 83b.

23. " The Street-Sweeper," beg. "At a
crossing of the Strand." ff. 85b, 86,
86b.

24. " The Law-writer," beg. " Thro' the
morn, and thro' the noon." ff. 86b,
87.

25. "The Fiddler," beg. "My Fiddle
and I." f . 87b.

26. "Spinners and weavers," beg. "In
lonely room." f. 88b.

27. "Fairy days," beg. "Beside the
old hall-fire." f . 89b.

28. "Go, pretty birds," beg. " Ye little
birds, that sit and sing." f. 91b.

29. " Love's mirror," beg. "A footstep
'neath the chestnut-trees." f. 92.

30. " Dreaming of home," beg. " 0,
brightly the starlight beams." f. 93.

31. "The watch-fire," beg. "As the
night-guard I keep." f. 99b.

32. " Fatherland," beg. " Unclasp,
sweet life, the loving arms." ff. 100b,
101.

33. "The Rose of the Battle-field,"
beg. " Upon the battle-field." f . 101b.

34. "The [Iron] Blacksmith," beg.
"Old England, she has great war-
riors." f. 111b (and f. 85b).

35. "The Policeman," beg. " How goes
the night." f. 118.

36. "Memory," beg. "A wail of a
child." f. 114.



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37. "The Sexton," beg. " Sexton am I
of Axmouth town." f. 114b (and
f.86b).

38. "The Workhouse Nurse," beg.
" Take the child upon your knee."
f. 115b.

39. "Over the mountain," beg. "I
dwell here in content." f. 116.



40. "The night-beggar," beg. "In a
damp and dreary cellar." f. 116b.

41. " The old servitor," beg. " Who
travels on the road to-night."
f.ll7.

42. " Here, at the dead of night."
f . 129.



Additional 36739-36742, passim.

Paper ; about 1878-1894. Folio and oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 112, and
below, p. 444.

Rough drafts and sketches of songs, mostly in score, by Arthur
Goring Thomas. In four volumes.



36739. " Knowst thou the land." Me-
lody only. Different from the version
published in 1883 ; i^robably dating
from the time when the composer
was engaged upon the French and
Italian versions of " Esmeralda," sc.
1889-1890. f . 75b.

36740. 1. " Far away " ; with piano-
forte accompaniment. Words by
Mrs. Hemans. f. 81.

2. " L'extase," beg. " J'^tais seul"
[1891]. Part of the melody and of
the pianoforte score, if. 89, 91, 115b.

3. "Le Lis et le Carillon." Melody
only. Iviperfect. f. 92.

4. "Portrait charmant"; with piano-
forte accompaniment. [1890 ?] f . 94.

Nos. 5-14 are the MSS. from which
the Album of Ten Songs (published
posthumously in 1894) was engraved.

5. " Tell me now." f. 90.

6. "Goodnight." f.97.

7. " Dans la Grotte." f . 102.

8. " Le Bonheur et 1' Amour." f. 111.



9. "Voeu." f. 113.

10. " L'enfance." In two keys. fi. 117,
121.

11. " Le chasseur et la Laiti^re." f. 126.

12. " Zither-song." f. 128.

13. "Ma soeur." f . 130.

14. " The Sleeper." f. 133.

15. "Ding Dong" [1890?]. A frag-
ment, f. 136b.

36741. 1. " L'ange et I'enfant " ; with
pianoforte accompanimenb. Ap-
parently a variant of " Mon coeur, tu
fr6mis," an English version of which
was published about 1878, as " Leave
me ere it be too late." f. 57.

2. " Au loin j'entends" [no. 2 of Melo-
dies, published about 1885]. Part of
the air only, f . 58.

36742. "Avant que tes beaux yeux
soient clos " [an unfinished sketch of
no. 11 of the last-mentioned work],
f. 45b.



Additional 31987, ff. 1-15.

Paper ; about 1882. Oblong folio. See also under various headings in vol. iii.

Songs with accompaniment for viola d'amore and pianoforte ;
transcribed for Carli Zoeller.

1. " Aus der Feme," beg. " Uber jener i 2. "An meinem Stern," beg. " Wie hist
Berge-h6'hen." In parts. " J[ohann] du doch so hold " ("Benigna godi").

Krai." ff. l-9b. " Jos. Deiller." In score, ff. 10-15.



SONGS. 641

Additional 32158, flf. 1-21 passim.

Paper ; about 1883. Oblong folio and folio.

Transcriptions of songs for viola d' amore with pianoforte accom-
paniment, by Karl Georgiewicz Siegl. See under Duets for viola
d' amore and pianoforte.

Egerton 2462, ff. 89-98b.

Paper ; 19tb cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 454.

Canzone, "Gli occhi dolenti per pieta," for a soprano voice, with
pianoforte accompaniment, by Abbate Fortunate Santini. Dedicated
to Rev. Edward Goddard. Words by Dante.

Additional 24431.

Paper ; ff . 5. 19tli cent. Quarto. Presented by Louis Gall.

Songs, with pianoforte accompaniment, in the hand of Joseph
Staudigl, the singer, and said to be composed by him.

1. " Nachtreise," beg. " Ich reit' ins 2. "Das feme Land," beg. " Traget
finst're Land Mnein." f . 1. I mich, schwankende Wellen." f. 4.

Additional 31555, ff. 157-229, 252-284b.
Paper ; 19th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 445.

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