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treble and basso continuo parts. continuo part only. By W. Lawes.

" [William] Webb." i, f. lib ; ii, iii, ii, f. 10b.
f. 10b.



Additional 31505, ff. 74-201.
Paper ; early 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 62.

Trios, with a bass (partly figured) for harpsichord, in score. No
names of composers are mentioned ; but no. 4 is known to be by
Carissimi.



1. "Dolenti pensier' miei"; in parts.
f.74.

2. "In questo duro esiglio"; with an
English version, "In vain I sigh."
f.82.

8. " Superbi miei pensieri." f. 87.

4. " Ecco, r alba luminosa"; in five
parts. By Carissimi. f. 90.

5. " Vn cor che non chiede aita." f. 102.

6. "Nauicella che carca di speme uai."
f. 106.

7. "Non mi lasciar ch' io moro"; in
seven parts, f. 110.

8. " Al nascer dell' Aurora." f . 124.

9. "Alia guerra d' Amore." f. 129.



10. " Vola, non star piii meco." f. 133.

11. " Mortale, che pensi " ; in three
parts, f . 138.

12. " Fiera stai Filli." f. 146.

13. " Che fai, mio Cor " ; in three parts,
f. 152.

14. " Su, su, nel mio Cor." f. 163.

15. "Mio Cor, di che pauenti." f. 168.

16. " Vdite, Amanti." f . 173.

17. " Di desir in desir." f. 177.

18. "Lasso benche mi fugga " ; in two
parts, f. 181.

19. " Idolatra d' un volto " ; with sym-
phonies in the middle for strings.
f . 190.



Additional 37025, ff 11, 61.
Paper ; a.d. 1728. Small octavo. See also under Songs, above, p. 522.
Trios, without accompaniment, in score. Anonymous.



1. " Ah, que ces bois." f. 11.

2. " Ah, Madame Enroux " (" Auroux "
in Eg. 817, f. 38, above, p. 548, where



the melody only is given). Forms
the refrain of two songs (nos. 41, 42,
above, p. 522). f.61.



652



YOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



Additional 17785, ff. 50, 86, 98b, 139b.

Paper ; after 1737. Small quarto. See also above, p. 263.

Compositions for 3 voices, ia score, by anonymous French
composers. No. 3 has a figured bass ; the others are unaccompanied.

1. "Oh charmante bouteille, pourquoi i air (a2), "Dresses, ten^s vouspretes";
renferme[s]-tu ": drinking song. f.50. \ and another (a 3), "0 pere de ten-

2. "V e, ve " : a comic song on the \ dresse." ff. 98b-100b.

Capucins [of Pozzuoli]. f . 86. . 4. "Printemps, tout ressent tes dou-

3. "Bouquet," consisting of a recita- j ceurs": described as " Air S6rieux."
tive, "Accour^s, troupe ch^rie"; an i f. 139b.



Additional 31536.

Paper ; after 1743. Oblong quarto.

"Madrigali" (a 3), with a bass for harpsichord, by Clari.
under Madrigals (above, p. 157).



See



Additional 29386, S. 3, 4b, 42b, 52b-95b i)assm.

Paper ; about 1762. Quarto. See also above, p. 28.

Airs, so-called " Glees," etc., without accompaniment, in score.
The date given below as " 1652 " (that of the first edition of Hilton's
Catch that catch can) is probably intended for 1667 (when a second
edition appeared, with alternative title. The Musical Companion, and
with additions, from which latter the trios so dated are taken) ; the
date " 1672 " is that of a later edition of The Musical Companion.



1. "In my sad thoughts." " Leno.
Hodemonte," 1672. f. 3.

2. "Bibamus hilares " : Glee. "Tho'
Tempest," 1672. f. 4b.

3. "Whilst fond desire": Glee. "Peer-
ing," 1672. f. 42b.

4. ' ' Stand, give the word of command " :
Air. " Roger Hill," 1652. f . 52b.

5. "Come, Chloris, hie we to the
Bow'r." This and nos. 6-34 are airs
by Henry Lawes, from the 3 books of
Ayres and Dialogues for 1, 2, and 3
voices, published by him in 1653,
1654 (? 1655), and 1655 (? 1658). f. 53.

6. " Tho' my torment far exceeds."
f. 53b.

7. " If my mistress fix her eye." f. 54.

8. " Keep on your veil." f. 54b.

9. "Thou shepherd, whose attentive
Eye." f. 55.

10. "0 now the certain cause I know."
f. 55b.

11. " Sing, fair Clorinda." f. 56.



12. " Grieve not, dear love." f. 57.

13. "Ladies, you whose smooth and
dainty skins." f. 58.

14. " Hither we come." f. 58b.

15. " Dear, let me now." f. 59.

16. "View, Lesbia, view." f. 59b.

17. "A Lover once did I espie."
f.59b.

18. "Among Rose-buds slept a Bee."
f.60.

19. " In the nonage of a winter's day."
f. 60b.

20. " About the sweet bag of a bee."
f . 60b.

21. "Beauties, have ye seen." f. 61b.

22. " Call the spring." f. 62.

23. " Fear not, dear love." f. 62.

24. "Why should great Beauties"
[adapted from a song by W. Lawes].
f. 62b.

25. " Once Venus' cheeks." f. 62b.

26. "I have prais'd with all my skill."
f . 63b.



TRIOS.



653



27. " When doth love set forth desire."
f. 63b.

28. "Trust the form of ayrie things."
f . 64b.

29. "Dear, throw that flatt'ring glass
away." f. 65.

30. " Do not delay me." f. 65b.



31. "If you can find a heart." f. 66.

32. "Sure, thou framed wert by art."
f. 66b.

33. "Go, Phoebus, clear thy face." f.67.

34. " I prithee, send me back." f. 67b.

35. "Ne'er trouble thyself": Glee.
" Matthew Locke." f. 67b.



From this point the volume is reversed.



36. "Fly, boy, fly": Glee. "Simon
Ives," 1652 [published in Select Ayres
and Dialogues, 1659]. f. 95b.

37. " If Love love truth " : Glee. " Dr.
Campion," 1652 [not in The Musical
Companion], f. 85.

38. " Since by wealth we can't prolong
our years " : Air. " Matthew Locke."
f. 84.

39. "Bring quickly to me Homer's



Lyre": Glee. "Dr. Ben. Rogers."
f . 83b.

40. " Now we are met " : Glee. " Simon
Ives " [adapted from his catch, 1652].
For the words, see also Add. 19269
(f.203). f.77.

41. " Sweet Tyranness " : Glee. "Hen.
Purcel " [sen.], 1672. f. 74b.

42. " Come, let us laugh " : Glee.
' ' William Gregorie, ' ' 1672 . f . 69b.



Additional 27642, ff. 200, 201b.

Paper ; a.d. 1786. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 4.

Elegies for 3 voices, with a figured bass for pianoforte, in score,
composed in 1786 by Dr. J. W. Callcott. Autograph.



1 . " Ah , what avails this sweetly solemn
Bow'r." f. 200.



2. "Ah, hope, thou soother sweet."
f . 201b.



Additional 31412, f . 7b.

Paper ; about 1798. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 373.

" Grazie al inganni tuoi " : Glee for 3 voices, in score. By John
B. Malchair. In the hand of Dr. Crotch.

Additional 29291, f. 14.
Paper; 18th cent. Folio. See also vol. i, p. 123.

" Stand ! Give the word of command " : air for 3 voices, in score,
by Roger Hill. From The Musical Companion, 1667,



Additional 29382, f. 34b ; 29384, f. 34 ; 29385, f. 33b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Narrow oblong duodecimo. See also vol. i, p. 823.

" Turn, Amaryllis, to thy Swain " ; for 3 voices, in parts, by
Thomas Brewer. Originally composed as a duet (see Select Ayres and
Dialogues, 1659), but appearing in the present form in The Musical
Companion, 1667.



654 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 29961, ff. 32-49b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 79.

Trios, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by Benedetto
Marcello.



1. " Quel sole istesso." f. 32.

2. -'In quel sol che in grembo al Tago."
f.37.



3. " Piange 1' Amante ucciso." f. 41b.

4. " In una siepe ombrosa." f. 46.



Additional 31441, ff. 79, 80.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 326.

Compositions for 2 trebles and a bass, in score, apparently taken
from The Musical Companion, 1667.



1. " Turn, Amarillis, to thy Swain."
" Tho. Brewer." f . 79.



2. " Ne'er trouble thyself." "Matthew
Locke." f. 80.



Additional 31496, ff. 2b, 12b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 81.

Trios, with a bass for haipsichord, in score, by Handel [1708].
Published.



1. " Se tu non lasci." f. 2b.



2. "Quel fior che alQ'] alba ride."
f. 12b.



Additional 31723, ff. 30, 40.

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

1. "O STRIKE the harp"; with pianoforte duet accompaniment.
By R. J. S. Stevens, 1794. Autograph. Written for Miss [Anna Maria]
Jelfery. Words from Ossian. f. 30.

2. " Se tu non lasci": bass part of the first of the two trios
published by Handel in 1708. (See Add. 31496, above), f. 40.

Additional 32160, ff. 59, 58b, 57 (all reversed).

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

Trios, without accompaniment, in score. Anonymous. Inserted
in a volume of original compositions by Dr. Boyce.



1. " How great is the Pleasure " ; want-
ing the second voice, f . 59.

2. " A blooming youth lies buried



here " ; arranged from the canon by
Dr. Boyce. f. 58b.
3. " Would I might be hang'd." f. 57.



Additional 32673, ff 55-97b.

Paper ; 18th cent. Oblong folio.

Trios, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, by Benedetto
Marcello. For the initial words see Add. 29961 (above), and in
Index I.



TRIOS.



655



Additional 34071, ff. 48-49b.

Paper; second half of 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 331.

Elegies for 3 voices, in score, on William Lawes, the composer.
[Published in 1648 along with Choice Psalmes composed by him and
his brother Henry Lawes.]



1. "Cease, O cease, ye jolly shepherds."
" Hen" Lawes." f.48.

2. "Dear Will is dead." " Jn" Cobb,"



Lawes]. f. 48b.
3. "Lament and mourn; he's dead
and gone." " Simon Ives." f. 49.



described as " Organist of the Chapel > 4. "Brave spirit, art thou fled." "Cap*
and fellow-servant of him" [W. ' Edmond Foster." f. 49b.

Additional 5336, ff. 2, 5b, 21b.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 124.
Compositions for 3 voices, in score.



1. " Stir the fire." Anonymous, f . 2.

2. "Of all the birds that ever I see "
[from Deuteromelia, by T. Ravens-
croft], f. 5b.



3. "Long have we been perplext "
[from " Melismata," by the same],
f. 21b.



Additional 25074, f. 3b.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 320.

"Thou to whose eyes I bend"; in compressed score. [From
Elegies, by William Jackson, of Exeter, op. 3.]

Additional 31538.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio.
" Terzetti," in score, by Clari. See under Madrigals (above, p. 180).



Additional 31806, ff. 42-9 lb passim.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 31.
Compositions for 3 voices, in score. Nos. 4 and 10 are described



{by the copyist ?) as " Glees."

1. "Turn, Amarillis, to thy swain."
"Brewer." f.42.

2. "Where the bee sucks." " [D'
John] Wilson." f. 64b.

3. "Ne'er trouble thy self." By M.
Lock. f. 65b.

4. "Now we are met, let's merry be."
"Sim. Ives." Compare Add. 29386,
f. 77, above, f. 78.

5. "Sweet Tyranness." "Hen. Pur-
cel" [sen.]. f.78b.



6. "Bring quickly to me Homer's
Lyre." " Dr. Ben. Rogers." f . 79.

7. "Rise up, my dear." "Playford."
f . 79b.

8. " Come, Lovers all, to me." By the
same, f . 80b.

9. "View, Lisbia (sic)." "Hen. Lawes"
[1654 or 1655]. f. 84b.

10. " Beviamo tutti." " Giardini."
f . 91b.



656 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 31807, f. 65.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 103.

" Hail, British Isle " ; for 3 voices, with a figured bass for harpsi-
chord, in score, by Dr. [Maurice] Greene.

Additional 31808, f. 97.

Paper ; late 18th cent. Quarto. See also above, p. 107.

" Inspire us. Genius of the Day " ; for 3 voices, with a figured bass,,
in. score, by John Eccles.

Additional 31817, ff. 28, 159.
Paper ; late 18th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 365.
Trios without accompaniment, in score.



1. " Lungi dal caro bene": described
as "Harmonized by R. J. S. Stevens
for Miss [A. M.] Jefiery . . . from an
air of [Giuseppe] Sarti " [in the



Opera, "Giulio Sabino," 1777]. ff. 28-
29b.
2. " Perche cosi crudel." Anonymous.,
ff. 159-159b.



Additional 34073, fi". 7-60b.

Paper ; late 18th, early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 97.

" PiETA di me ' : Trio for 2 sopranos and a tenor, with symphonies,
and accompaniments for horns, solo bassoon, and strings, composed by
Franz Joseph Haydn. It consists of (1) a copy of the vocal portion
together with a bass for harpsichord or pianoforte, in score, sent by the
composer to W. Shield for the use of Mrs. Billington [in 1791 ?], as
attested by Vincent Novello. fi*. 8-22b ; — (2) the instrumental parts,
in the hand of Haydn's amanuensis, J. Radnitzky. fi". 23—40 ; — and
(3) a full score, in the hand of Novello. ff. 41-60b.

Additional 30957, ff 2, 48.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 112.

1. " Beviamo tutti." By Felice Giardini. Bass part only. f. 2.

2. " Sister Jane " : a so-called " canzonetta," in score. Anonymous
f.48.

Additional 31813, f. lb.

Paper ; 18th-19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 320.

" Gather your rosebuds " ; for 3 voices, in score, by William Lawes.
Published by Playfordin 1659 [in Select Musicall Ayres and Dialogues].
In the hand of R. J. S. Stevens.



TRIOS. 657

Additional 14178, ff. 85-124.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong quarto. See also above, p. 182.

" Terzetti " ; with a bass for harpsichord, in score, by Antonio
Lotti.



1. " Ci stringe il core Amor." f. 85b.

2. " Fugge dal fonts." f.95.



3. " Alia tromba di Marte." f. 105.

4. " Quel sol istesso." f. 113.



Additional 32044, ff. 61-69b.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 613.

" Der Pfad des Lebens " ; for 2 tenors and a bass, with pianoforte
accompaniment, in score, followed by two of the tenor parts, by W.
[F. E.] Bach. Autograph. Begins with the words " Durch's Leben
fiihrt so mancher Pfad."

Additional 33310, ff. 48, 88.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 614.

" Day set on Norham's castled steep " ; in score. Two copies : the
first, with horns, oboes, and strings ; the second, with pianoforte
accompaniment. Apparently by [John Fane] Lord Bui^ghersh [Earl
of Westmorland in 1841].

Additional 35003, f. 63.

Paper ; early 19th cent. Oblong folio. See also vol. i, p. 349.

" Blushete me, Carolos": Trio, without accompaniment, in score,
by Samuel Wesley. Compai-e Add. 14343 (below, p. 659).

Additional 33311, ff 109, 124.

Paper ; about 1802, etc. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 21.

Trios for 2 trebles and a bass, with accompaniments for strings
and a bass (partly figured) for pianoforte, in score, by [John Fane]
Lord B[urghersh, Eai4 of Westmorland in 1841].



1. " V era un grigio Zoccolante."
Autograph. fE. 109-118.



2. "May the hand of future Ages."
Watermark 1802. f. 124.



Additional 14340, f. 56.

Paper ; a.d. 1810. Quarto. See also vol. i, p. 318.

" Unde nil majus generatur ipso " ; for 3 voices, in score, by
S[amuel] Wesley, 1810. Autograph. Eulogium on Johann Sebastian
Bach.

II 2 u



658 VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.

Additional 19648, ff. 2, 7.

Paper ; about 1810. Quarto. See also above, p. 117.

Canzonets, originally written for a single voice, by Franz Joseph
Haydn, harmonized for 3 voices, with pianoforte accompaniment, in
score, by D. Bruguier.



1. "Despair," beg. "The anguish of
my bursting heart." f. 2.



2. "Fidelity," beg. "While hollow
burst the rushing winds." f. 7.



Additional 35038, f. 61.

Paper ; a.d. 1818. Quarto. See also vol. i, p. 100.

" Beneath yon grassy Hillock " ; for 3 voices, in score, in the hand
of Samuel Wesley, whose initials are at the end, with the date, 1818.

Additional 19569, ff. 4-5b.

Paper ; a.d. 1821. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 626.

" The Crystal-Hunters " : trio and chorus, with pianoforte accom-
paniment, in score, beg. " O'er mountains bright," by Sir Henry R.
Bishop, 1821. Autograph. [Published in James Power's Popular
National Airs, 1822, where it is called a Swiss air.] Words by Thomas
Moore.

Additional 34803, f. lib.

Paper ; a.d. 1822. Quarto. See also above, p. 627.

" Now in the glowing west " ; with pianoforte accompaniment. By
John Lodge-Ellerton, 1822. Autograph. Described as " Dance of the
Vintage. From the French."

Additional 30521, &. 3-lGh passim.

Paper ; a.d. 1824. Quarto. See also above, p. 630.

Elegies, etc., in score, by Matthew Cooke. Autograph. Words of
nos. 1-3 by Robert Bloomfield.



1. " Beneath this humble turf." f. 3.

2. "Simple pleasures," beg. "Thus
thinks the traveller." f. 5.

3. "Farewell, my sweet, my budding
flow'r." f. 8.



i. "Ask not why humble Giles with
fame was bless'd " : epitaph on
Robert Bloomfield, by Joseph Weston.
f.l3.



Additional 32586, f. 33.

Paper ; a.d. 1825. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 629.

"The Complaint": Trio (Cat, Duck and Donkey), beg. " Miou,
miou " ; with pianoforte accompaniment, in score. By John Barnett,
1825. Autograph.



TRIOS. 659

Additional 14395, fF. 3-76.

Paper ; after 1831. Folio.

"Terzetti," with a figured bass, by Clari. See under Madrigals
(above, p. 189).

Additional 32190, ff. 46-50.
Paper ; a.d. 1834. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 886.

" MuNTRE Garten lieb' ich mir " ; for 3 voices, with pianoforte
accompaniment, in score, by the Grand-duchess Maria Pawlowna.
Words by Goethe.

Additional 14343, f. 33b.

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

" Blushete me, Carolos " : Trio, in score, by Samuel Wesley.
Written " On Mr. Fox and Parson Horne Tooke." Imitated from
Horace. In the hand of V. Novello.

Additional 35026, f. 19b.

Paper; a.d. 1839. Quarto. See also under Albums (1836-1895), in vol. iii.

"Friendship, may this home to thee": short trio, in score, by
Thomas Cooke, 1839. Autograph.

Additional 30246, ff. 14-1 6b.

Paper ; first half of 19th cent. Small oblong folio. See also above, p. 414.

" Not[t]urno a Tre Voci (Argene, Melania, Fileno)," with accom-
paniment for pianoforte or harp, in score. By Rossini. Dedicated,
according to an inscription by Boosey, its publisher, to Lady Gwydyr.
Begins " In giorno si bello." Autograjjh.

Additional 35028, f. 16.

Paper ; a.d. 1860. Quarto. See also above, p. 638.

" Harsh and untunef ul are the notes " : trio by Samuel Wesley,
1783. Words from " Tristram Shandy."

Egerton 2459, ff. 181b, 189.

Paper; 19th cent. Oblong quarto. See also vol. i, p. 238.

Trios, with a figured bass for harpsichord, in score, in the hand of
Abbe Fortunate Santini.



1. "Alia tromba di Marte." " Antonio
Lotti." f. 181b.



2. "Quel fior, che all' alba nasce.'
" Giorgio Federico Handel." f. 189.
2 U 2



( 661 )



INDEX I.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



A Bacchus je suis fidele : duet (after

1737). 64.
" A Bath medley " (18th cent.). 199 (47).
A beggar 's in the barn (18th cent.).

200 (148).

A beggar saw three boys at play : duet

by Dibdin. 88.
A blooming youth : catch by Boyce. 39.

trio adapted from Boyce. 654.

A boat, a boat ! Haste to the ferry :

catch [by John Jenkins]. 46.
A boire je fais rage : song (18th cent,).

579.
" A bonnie lass of our town" : Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 207.
A bonnie swain : song by Hook. 616.
A bumper, Squire Jones (18th cent.).

201 (250). V. also Ye good fellows.

A cauld frosty morning, v. saw ye

my wee thing.
A ce bon an : madrigal (after 1604).

142.
A c^lebrer la prouesse : song (after

1744, etc.). 541, 557 (King's 333,

f. 130).
A che, cor mio, cercate : madrigal

(18th cent.). 174.
A che piu, dubbie ; fr. opera by Peri.

307.
A che piu, strali : madrigal (18th cent.).

175.
A chi mai piu, cruda sorte : song (1st

half of 18th cent.). 559.
A chi spera di gioir : song (after 1699,

etc.). 491, 499.
A chi vive di speranza ; fr. opera by

Handel. 339, 445.
A chieder pace ; fr. opera by Porsile.

382.
A chieftain to the Highlands bound :

song arranged by Hummel. 631, 633.
A child knew well : song by Dibdin.

605.
A chine of beef : song [by E. Coleman].

479.
A Circe crudele. v. A Nice.



fr. opera [by Arnold],
song by Astorga or Lotti.



A clerk I was ;

310.
A Clorinda :

526, 586.

A cobbler there was : song (1789). 574.
A Colbert, le luxurieux: song (after

1744). 535.
A Colbert, ministre habile : song (after

1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,

f.219).
A Cologne : song (after 1744). 535.
A confesse m'en suis all6 : song (about

1752-3?). 565.
A country pair : madrigal by Weelkes.

187.
A D'Agenois De Nesle a dit : song (after

1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334,

f.216b).
A dar pace ; fr. opera by A. Corbisiero.

289.
"A day at Turin": opera (1832-1841).

420.
A drop of milk (two settings) ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 373, 374.
A famous old hunter ; f r. opera by

Dibdin. 373, 376.
" A father's parting gift." v. Come

hither, my son.
A fig for care : catch (1833). 46.
A Fillide : duet by M. Vento (?). 72.
" A fool's preferment " : opera by H.

Purcell. 421.
A footstep 'neath the chestnut trees :

song by Hatton. 639.
A Frenchman's grimace ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 373.
"A frisk": words of table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647 (30960, f. 1).

For music, v. A voyage at sea; At

Wapping ; Her form ; In this house ;

Mother were dead ; Now that war ;

Up from a loblolly boy.
A full, true and particular account :

glee by [S.] Pegge. 99.
A gallant ship : part-song by Hatton.

456.



662



INDEX I.



A gard'ner I be ; f r. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 646.
A garland for the hero's crest : part-
song by Hattou. 456.
A gay little goldfinch. v. Hopping

along.
A gen'rous friendship : glee by S.

Webbe [sen.]. 99, 107-8, 118.
A goder ci chiama amore ; fr. opera (?)

by Hummel. 386.
A good hot sausage, v. God give you

good morrow, my masters.
A grasshopper and a fly : dialogue

(1682). 481.
A grey owl was I : song by M. Cooke.

630.
A hairy satyr : song [? by J. Gamble].

476.
A hall, a hall : trio by W. Lawes. 648.
A health, a health to the northern

lass : trio by W. Lawes. 648.
"A health to all honest men" (18th

cent.). 200 (168).
"A health to Betty " (18th cent.). 200

(98).
"A health to the tackers " (18th

cent.). 199 (21).
A heart in love's empire : cantata by

R. Smith. 14.
A heart that once hath lov'd ; fr. opera

by Balfe. 426.
A Highland lad : song arranged by

Haydn. 618 ;— by Kozeluch. 602,

603 (35278, f. 19), 604 (35279, f. 7).
A hogshead was ofier'd to Bacchus :

glee by Battishill. 99.
A jamais, Colin; fr. opera [by J. J.

Rousseau]. 292.
A jolly shepherd : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 30, 35.
A I'amour off rez tous vos vceux ; fr.

opera by Mouret. 267.
A I'heure que premier vous vis : madrigal

by [C] Bouelles. 127, 162.
A I'ombre d'un chgne : song (after

1726). 518.
A I'ombre d'un ormeau : song (after

1737). 525.
A I'ombre de ce vert bocage : song

(after 1737), 525.
A I'ombre de vertes charmilles : song

by A. G. Thomas. 640 (36740,

no. 10).
A la cour, ainsi qu'a la ville : song

(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's

334, f. 11).
A la cour et dans les gazettes : song

(after 1744). 531.
A la cour quel malheur : song (after

1726, etc.). 334, 557 (King's 331,

f. 127b).
" A la faQon de Barbarie." v. " Biriby."
A la fin la mort I'a mordu : song (after

1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332,

f. 108).



A la fin notre jeune roi : song (after

1744, etc.). 548, 557 (King's 336,

f.4).
A la fin, petit Desfarges : song (after

1726). 517.
"Alafoire." t;. Fleury, pour remplir

la place.
A La Fosse disait Bissy : song (after

1749). 557.
A la mignonne : madrigal (1st half of

16th cent.). 127.
" A la noce de Jeanne." v. Sept jours

de la semaine.
A la patronne de Paris : song (after

1744, etc.). 548, 557 (King's 335,

f.211b).
A la porte de Marguerite : song by A.

G. Thomas. 640 (36740, no. 8).
A la Tourbes : song (after 1744, etc.).

540, 557 (King's 333, f. 43).
A La Tournelle. v. Contre une belle.
A la venue de Noel : song (after 1726,

etc.). 518, 532, 557 (King's 330,

f. 195b). i;. also L'arriere-ban.
A lass that was laden with care : song

arranged by I. Pleyel. 600.
A lass there lives ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 244.
"A leap over the stone." v. " Tros y

garreg."
A Lille, sur les tenaillons : song (after

1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,

f. 160b).
A little blithesome merry lass : song by

Hook. 616.
A lover once I did espy : glee (late 18th

cent.). 108.

trio by H. Lawes. 652.

A loyal effusion : words of opera by

Dibdin. 317.
A me pugni ; fr. opera by Hasse. 278.
A me tu nieghi amor ; fr. opera (1762).

296.
A me vieni ; fr. opera by V. Martin y

Solar. 362.
A mia madre lo diro ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 277.
" A midsummer night's dream " : opera

by Bishop, etc. 396.

opera by H. Purcell. v. " The

fairy queen."

A Milord Clare La Bunel dit : song

(after 1744). 558.
A mirarvi : duet by Handel. 65.
A mirror that the toilette grac'd : song

by Dibdin. 605.
A mon mari : song (after 1744, etc.).

555, 557 (King's 337, ff . 152, 183b).
A mountain maid : song by Hook. 615.
A nenhuma outra pastora : duet by

Dragonetti (?). 88.
"Anew way of wooing" (18th cent.).

199 (27).
A Nice crudele : song by L. K. Wid-

mann. 609, 613.



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