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adapted from Couperin. 525.
A notre irapatieuce : song (late ISth

cent.). 597.
A papist died : song by J. Courteville.

487.
A Paris est une boutique : song (after

1744). 550.
A parlar dai coppi : song by G. B.

Scharmann. 610.
A peine vois-je personne : song (1620-1).

470.
A penar son tanto avvezzo : song by

V. Chiccheri. 508.
A penare, o mio core : duet (1st half of

18th cent.). 66.
A pensier cosi funesto ; fr. opera by A.

PalleUa. 326.
A Peri once ; fr. opera by Balfe. 426.
"A petits coups." v. Du chevalier.
A pie della sua Clori : song by [? M. A.]

Buononcini. 501.
A plague on Egypt's art : glee by Pax-
ton. 101.
A plague on such mischievous fellows ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
A plague on those musty old lubbers ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 375.
A pleines mains : song (after 1744, etc.).

547, 557 (King's 385, f. 156b).
" A plot discovered." v. " Venice pre-
served."
A pox upon this needless scorn : song

by H. Pack. 483.
A present il n'est plus question : song

(after 1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's

335, f. 87b).
A present qu'on n'a pas d'argent : song

(after 1744). 547.
A qualunque animal : madrigal by

Annibale di Padova. 163.
A quart a penny: catch (1833). 32,

45.
A quel crine ; fr. opera by G. A.

Boretti(?). 235.
A quest' alma ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 284.
A questa bianca mano ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 296.
A qui dans ma misere ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 430.
A qui me dois-je retirer : madrigal by

Clemens non Papa. 135.
" A quoi bon tant de raison." v. Pour

baiser.
A quoi ser\'ent tant de charmes : song

(after 1737). 525.
A raUegrar il mondo : song by P. F.

Tosi. 500.
A riguardar sovra il guerrier : song by

T. Carapella. 502.
"A Roland for an Oliver": opera by

Bishop. 407, 416.
A Rome, a Porte Pie : song (after 1744).

544.



A Rome autrefois : song (after 1726).

520.
ARomeonvoit: song (after 1744). 533.
A rose, a rose from her bosom has

stray'd : song (late 18th cent.). 597.
A rose of the desert : song by J. Barnett.

629.
A rosebud by my early walk : song

arranged by Haydn. 619.
A samere : song (about 1752-3 ?). 565.
A sailor and an honest heart ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 376.
A sailor is the soldier's friend ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
A sailor's life ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 643 (2).
A sailor's love ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
A sea-nymph sat upon the shore : madri-
gal (after 1608, etc.). 148, 153, 159.
A shepherd become ; fr. opera by

Bishop. 397.
A shepherd in a shade: song (1644).

573.
A silly sylvan; madrigal by Wilbye.

185.
" A smile and a tear." v. You own

I'm complacent.
A soldier am I : song by Weber. 630.
" A soldier and a sailor " : words of

opera by Dibdin. 379 (2).
fr. opera [by J. Eccles]. 200

(133), 281.
" A soldier I am " (18th cent.). 198.
" A soldier laddie " : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
A soldier once married ; f r. opera by

Dibdin. 374.
A song for the oak : song by T. Miles.

624.
A southerly wind : catch adapted fr.

Ferrari. 46.
A sparrow-hawk : madrigal by Weelkes.

183.
A sweet-scented beau: song (1789).

575.
A table avec mes amis : song (after

1737). 525.
A tanto amore ; fr. opera by Cherubini.

259.
A te, che sei sua sposa ; fr. opera by

Ariosti. 262.
A te r addio ; fr. opera by Balfe. 440.
A te lascio 1' idol mio. v. " Ottone."
A te, o cara (fragment) ; fr. opera by

Bellini. 430.
A te vengo : song by Leo. 558.
A teneri affetti ; fr. opera by Handel.

262, 339.
A thick twisted brake : glee (1780).

101.
A thousand several ways I tried : song

by [? H.] Purcell. 483.
A tight little bark : song by Bishop.

634.



664



INDEX I.



A tight young lad : duet by Hook. 92.

A tinker, all grimy and black ; song by
Hatton. 639.

A toi, gros boursouffle : song (17th
cent.). 491.

A torto spergiuro ; fr. opera by Hasse.
278.

" A touch at the iron crown." «. Why,
they've got it.

" A tour to the land's end" : words of
table entertainment by Dibdin. 647
(30960, f. 13 ; 30964, f. 69). For music,
V. Dick Hopeful ; I go in London ; I
say, my heart ; Like Etna's dread
volcano ; My name, d'ye see ; Old
Mary ; Since love is the hero's ;
Sure, don't they call me ; The Titans
are conquer'd ; To prove pleasure ;
Walk in, walk in ; When once the
din; Why, Master; Why, what's
that to you ; You ask how it comes.

A tout age il faut que Ton te cede;
song (after 1744). 549.

"A trip to Bath": two tunes (18th
cent.). 201 (200), 202 (334).

" A trip to Filo." v. " Strickland."

"A trip to Harrogate" (18th cent.).
202 (366).

"A trip to Maryland": Scotch tune
(18th cent.). 207.

"A trip to Marylebone" (18th cent.).

200 (159).

" A trip to Scarborough " (18th cent.).

201 (254).

" A trip to the Antipodes." v. " Great

news."
"A trip to the Jubilee" (18th cent.).

200 (146).
"A trip to the laundry" (18th cent.).

199 (30).
"A trip to Virginia " (18th cent.). 202

(365).
A un matin la belle : duet by L.

Opstraet van der Moelen (?). 54.
A useless pipe-stop : song (1678-1682).

480.
A vagrant leaf ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
A variar : song by M. Vento (?). 569.
A virgin so lovely : catch by Savage.

34.
A voi che accendeste : song (1st half of

18th cent.). 561.
A voi cortese : madrigal by R. Trofeo.

171.
A voi de' miei sospiri : song by Mar-
cello. 586.
A voi, donna, volando : duet by Mar-
cello. 88.
A voi, piante innocenti : madrigal by

Gasparini. 166.
A voi torno, o guancie : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
A voi torno, o selve care : song by

Mancini or Handel. 511.



madrigal



519.
1744).

(early

517.



A votre beautd naissante : song (1728).
522.

A vous aimer : song (after 1726).

A vous, Messieurs: song (after
538.

A vous, non autre :
16th cent.). 123.

A vous parer : song (after 1726).

song (another setting, after 1744,

etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331, f. 41b).

A vous parler de Gravelines : song (after
1726). 518.

A voyage at sea ; fr, table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647.

A voyage o'er seas ; fr. opera [by
Arnold]. 323.

A wail of a child : song by Hatton. 639.

A watchman I am ; f r. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647.

A welcome home : song by Hatton.
639.

" A wife for any man " ; opera by [Jer.]
Clark. 232.

A wig that's full ; fr. incidental music
by — Ramondon. 247.

A wither'd flower ; fr. opera by Balfe.
427.

A wizard dame : glee by Callcott. 101,
105.

A woman grown ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.

A wretch, long tortured with disdain :
song by T. A. Arne. 564.

Abb6, que dans tonabbaye : song (after
1726). 521.

Abbi d' xm. cor : song by A. M. Nava.
607, 609.

Abbiate pazienza. u. " Almira."

Abbrucio, avvampo ; fr. opera [by Han-
del]. 249.

" Abdelazor " : opera by H. Purcell.
231.

A-begging we will go (18th cent.). 200
(173).

About a bank : part-song (early 17th
cent.). 451.

About, about, about ! We'll take the
bantling out ; fr. opera by Dibdin.
373.

About the maypole : madrigal by
Morley. 174 (31413, f. 57).

About the sweet bag of a bee : trio by
H. Lawes. 652.

Above all things : round by [T.] Far-
thing. 26.

Above the tumult : duet by H. PurceU.
60.

Abreme estos ojos : song by G. Casa-
lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 102).

Abroad in the raeadows : part-song by
T. Miles. 455.

" Absence " ; part-song by Hatton. 457.

Absence of you : madrigal {temp. Henry
Vni.). 125.

Absent de vous : song (1620-1). 469.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



665



"Absent from thee." v. The one sad,

bitter thought.
Acceude i cori all' armi : madrigal by

J. de Waert. 167.
Accender mi sento ; fr. opera by [? J. C]

Bach. 360.
Acceso dunque. v. II di che pria de'

vostri occhi.
Accorde ta musette; fr. opera (after

1726). 254.
Accourez, tous peuples francjais : song

(after 1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's

335, f. 74).
Accourez, troupe ch6rie : trio (after

1737). 652.
Ach ! Es klopft mein Herz. v. Tzve-li.
Ach, Gott ! Das ganze Leben : song by

Hummel. 632.
Ach, lasset mich ; fr. opera by Gretry.

367.
Ach, mein Andrea ; fr. opera by Balfe.

433.
Ach, Papa ; fr. operetta by J. Strauss,

jun. 443.
Ach, soil ich nicht klagen : song (1640).

472.
Ach, soUte ich dich nur wissen : song

(1711). 509.
Ach, wie bin ich von Herz betriibt :

song (1640). 472.
"Achille"; by Paer. v. Ecco il secco

busto.
"Achille et Polyxene " ; by Colasse.

V. Ami, I'aurais-tu pu croire ; Bac-
chus est aimable ; Peut-ou jamais ;

Que pent de la raison ; Raisin en-
core ; Si le destin.
"Achille in Sciro " (18th cent), v. Se

un core annodi.
opera by P. Chiarini. v. Dille



che si consola.

opera by Jommelli.



V. Cosi leon



feroce ; Del terreno ; Dille che si
consoli ; Era 1' ombre ; Involarmi il
mio tesoro ; Ira, dispetto ; Quando il
soccorso ; Se un core annodi.
— opera by Leo. v. Ti lascio, o
Dio.

opera by Millico.



V. Se un core
annodi.

opera by J. A. Naumann. 297.

opera by Paisiello. 369.

(?) opera by Sarti. v. Un' amante



sventurato.
" Aci, Galatea e Polifemo." v. Affanno

tiranno ; Meglio spiega i tuoi sensi ;

Mi palpita il cor ; Non sempre, no ;

Se m' ami, o caro ; Sorge il di.
" Acis and Galatea " : serenata by

Handel. 16, 18 (2). v. also Cease,

Galatea.
"Acis et Galat^e " : portions of the

opera [by Lully]. 267. v. also Belle

Iris, je brise ; £tre discret ; J'ai tout

perdu; J'avais cent francs; Ma foi,



votre Galatee ; Voulez-vous, jeune

brunette.
" Actffion." V. In fountain clear.
Ad Boreae partes: song (10th cent.).

463.
Ad mensam philosophiae : song (11th

cent.). 464.
Ad onta del timore : song by Porpora.

564.
Adam catch'd Eve : catch by Baildon.

41, 44.
Adam of being single weary ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 373.
" Adamo " ; by Colonna. v. Orme.
Addio, begli occhi : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Addio, campagne amene : madrigal by

Clari. 157.
Addio, Teresa : song by Giuditta

Pasta (?). 635.
"Adelaide": song by Beethoven, v.

Einsam wandelt.

(?) : operas by Cocchi, Porpora,

and Tortoretti. v. Nobile onda;
Timida pastorella.

" Adelasia ed Aleramo " : opera [by

J. S. Mayr]. 393.
" Adelson e Salvini " : opera by Bellini.

448.
"Adelwina": opera by Balfe. 426,

427.
" Ademira " (?) : opera by Sarti. v.

Deh, m' aspetta.

opera by Tarchi. 359.

Adesso, si, son disperata : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Adieu: madrigal (after 1604). 144.
Adieu, adieu, douce (?) dame : madrigal

by Francesco da Firenze. 121.
Adieu, adieu, le company (sic) : madri-
gal {temp. Henry VIII.). 126.
Adieu, adieu, my native land : song by

J. Barnett. 629.
Adieu, adieu, my native shore : song

by J. Lodge-EUerton. 628.
Adieu, adieu, my only dear ; fr. opera.

Adapted by Bishop from Dibdin.

398.
Adieu, celle que j'ai servi : madrigal.

(16th cent.). 132.

madrigal by E. Barbion. 177.

madrigal by [? J. T.] Gerarde.

160, 177.

Adieu, courage : madrigal by W.

Cornish. 126.
Adieu done, dame Fran9oise : song

(1760). 566.
Adieu done, p^re Bridaine : song (after

1744). 556.
Adieu, fond love, farewell : song (after

1669 ?). 477.
Adieu, fond world: song (1678-1682).

480.
Adieu, I'espoir : madrigal [by J, T.

Gerarde?]. 133.



666



INDEX I.



Adieu, la Flandre (after 1749). v.

Adieu, la France,
Adieu, la France : song (after 1744).

530.
Adieu, m'amour du temps pass6 :

madrigal (16tli cent.). 128,
Adieu, m'amour at men desir : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
Adieu, ma femme : song (after 1744,

etc.). 532, 557 (King's 830, f. 225),
Adieu, madame: madrigal by Henry

VIII. 126.
Adieu, mes amours : madrigal by [W,]

Cornish. 126.
Adieu, mijn lief: madrigal (16th cent.).

128.
Adieu, mon esp6rance : madrigal (three

settings) by J. T. Gerarde. 133 (2),

135,
Adieu, my heart's lust : madrigal by

[W.] Cornish. 126.
Adieu, paniers : song (after 1744). v.

Vieille Quintin ; etc.
Adieu, perhaps for ever ; song by C.

Wesley. 572.
Adieu, solace, adieu : madrigal by [? F.]

Caron. 135.
Adieu, solace, tout plaisir : madrigal

(16th cent.). 123, 128.
Adieu, sweet Amaryllis : madrigal by

Wilbye. 151, 186.
Adieu, sweet heart : madrigal (after

1604). 145.
Adieu, sweet home ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.
Adieu, sweet shades : glee by Atterbury.

108.
"Adieu to Llangollen." v. No, Henry,

I must not.
"Adieu to my juvenile days." v.

" Ffarwel f ieuengctyd."
"Adieu to St. Cecilia " ; fr. opera (?) by

Dibdin. 373.
Adieu to the course of a country life :

song by James Hart. 484.
Adieu to the pleasures ; incidental

music [by James Hart]. 229.
Adieu to the village : glee by Baildon.

108, 109, 112.
Adieu, ville peu courtoise : song (after

1726). V. Mes amis veulent pour rire

.... une chanson sur certain petit

garQon; etc.
Adieu, ye jovial youths : song by S,

Wesley. 636, 638.
Adieu, ye soft scenes of delight : glee

by S. Wesley. 105, 119.
Adieu, ye streams : duet by Kozeluch.

87 (35278, ff. 9b, 17b, 21b ; etc.).
" Adieux d'une mere a son fils " : song

by Hortense, Queen of Holland, v.

Viens embrasser ta m^re.
"Adina": opera by Rossini. 418.
Admirons mon compare : song (after

1744, etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331, f. 60).



Admirons tous I'enfance : song (after

1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330,

f. 105b).
" Adolfo e Chiara" : opera by Pucitta.

u. "I due prigionieri."
Adonis is no more : glee by CaUcott.

107.
Adorable dieu : duet (1757). 68,
Adorable divinit6 : song (after 1744).

540.
Adorate mie bellezze : duet (18th cent.),

79,
Adorati miei tormenti, v. Quanto care,
Adorato mio sol : song by Feo. 558.
Adown winding Nith : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 602, 604 (35279, ff. 2, 9).
" Adriano in Siria" : opera (after 1794).

V. Numi, se giusti siete.
opera (18th cent.), v. Son sven-

turato.
opera by Bernasconi. v. Numi,



se giusti.

— opera by Lord Burghersh. v. Se
non ti moro allato ; Vivi a noi.

operas by R. di Capua and G.



CoUa. V. Se non ti moro.
— opera by N. Conforti. v. Leon
piagato ; Dio, mancar.

opera by Galuppi. v. Dopo un



tuo sguardo ; Infelice, invan ; Prigio-
niera abbandonata.

— arrangements from opera by
Graun. 288.

— opera by Hummel, v. Sprezza il
furor.

opera by Lamparelli. v. Prigio-



niera abbandonata.

— opera by Perez. 285. v. also
Numi, se giusti ; Son sventurato.

— opera by Pergolesi. 270, 279.
V. also Chi sofire ; Dal labbro ;
L' estremo pegno ; La ragion ; Leon
piagato ; Lieto cosi ; Splenda per
voi ; Sprezza il furor ; Sul mio cor ;
Tutti nemici.

opera by Sacchini. v. Leon pia-



gato.
— opera by G. Scarlatti, v. Dal



labbro che t' accende ; L' ingrato

m' inganna; Numi, se giusti siete;

Prigioniera abbandonata.

opera by F. M. Veracini. 346.

Adsit amor. v. Formoso vermi.
Affanni crudeli ; fr. opera (1761). 296,
Affanni del mio core: song by Scarlatti.

589.
Affanni del pensier ; fr. opera by Handel.

262.
Affanno tiranno ; fr. cantata by Handel.

24.
Afflitti spirti : madrigal by Festa. 163.
Affrighted thus; fr. opera by Dibdin.

378.
After long storms : song by Greene.

527.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



667



After so long a race : song by Greene.

527.
After storms and after gales ; fr. opera

by S. Wesley. 313.
Aga, Pierrot ; fr. opera [by LuUy].

256.
Again, Britannia, smile: duet (1789).

74.
Again rejoicing nature sees : song ar-
ranged by Haydn. 617 ; — by Hum-
mel. 628, 631, 683 (32189, f. 122).
Again the welcome morn : ode by D.

Purcell. 211.
Again the willing trump ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 644.
" Age and youth." v. What can a

young lassie.
Aged Phyllis ; fr. opera [by M. A.

Buononcini]. 281.
Agitata navicella : song (18th cent.).

584.
Agitato vedo il mare ; f r. opera by

[? G. F. di] Majo. 385.
Agreed, my friends : catch [? by S.

Webbe, sen.]. 31.
" Agrippina " : opera by Handel. 329.
" Agrippina condotta a morire." v.

Dunque sara pur vero.
Ah, ah, che nel dirti addio ; fr. opera

by Porpora. 340.
Ah, ah, fiere mort : duet by L. Opstraet

van der Moelen (?). 54.
Ah, Alexander, rouse : song by James

Hart. 484.
Ah, belle fleur de lis : song by A. G.

Thomas. 640 (36740, no. 3).
Ah, better far beneath the spreading

shade : glee by J. Davy. 111.
Ah, boutons bon. v. ^a, boutons has.
Ah, cannot sighs : madrigal by Wilbye.

183.
Ah, cedi : song by Bishop. 615.
Ah, che da lei ; fr. opera by Hasse. 298.
Ah, che del mio tormento : song by

Paer. 622.
Ah, che il destino mio : canon by Metas-

tasio. 6.
Ah, che in lasciarlo ; fr. opera by Abos.

275.
Ah, che invan mi querelo : song by

Scarlatti. 577.
Ah, che r ho sempre detto : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77, 78.
Ah, che lasso credero : song (17th cent.).

491.
Ah, che non pu6 piu resister : duet by

Marcello. 82.
Ah, che non si conviene : duet by

Reggio. 58.
Ah, che parlar non posso ; fr. opera by

P. [G.] Bertoni. 346.
Ah, che piacer ; fr. opera by Beethoven.

425.
Ah, che sara di me : song by L. K.

Widmann. 618.



Ah, cher Louison ; fr. opera [by LuUy].

275.
Ah, chi di me dolente. v. Lontan dalla

sua Filli.
Ah, chi di verdi frondi : duet by J. G.

Naumann. 90.
Ah, chi frenar puo mai ; fr. opera by

Andreozzi. 383.
Ah, chi sa se il ciel ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426.
Ah, chi sa se mai : canon by A. Piatti.

11.
Ah, Chloris, could I now : duet by I.

Pleyel. 86, 87 (35278, f. 2b).
Ah, come il core : song by Haydn. 578.
Ah, cestui mi servira ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 432.
Ah. crudel, nel pianto mio : song by

Handel. 641.
Ah, crudele, chi ti pose : song (? 1683,

etc.). 485, 500.
Ah, cruel Amaryllis : madrigal by

Wilbye. 187.
Ah, cruel eyes: song (1678-1682). 479.
Ah, cruel love : song by W. Lawes. 473.
Ah, di furor ; fr. opera by G. B. Casali.

272.
Ah, dieux 1 Le bon temps : song (after

1726). 521.
Ah, dieux ! Le joli triolet : song (after

1744, etc.). 530, 557 (King's 330,

f.82b).
Ah, dieux ! Quel affreux changement :

song (after 1744, etc.). 542, 557

(King's 3.33, f.20O).
Ah, dolente partita : madrigal by

Marenzio(?). 136.

madrigal by Reggio. 155.

canon by J. de Wert. 4.

Ah, f . . . que vous importe : song (after

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

f.204).
Ah, fading joy : glee by J. Tyndall. 109.
Ah, felice amor ; fr. opera (?) by

Hummel. 386.
Ah, France infortun^e : song (after

1744). 555.
Ah, frenate il pianto ; fr. opera by

Latilla. 266.
Ah, grand merci : song (after 1726). 519.
Ah, hills belov'd : glee by Callcott.

106, 107, 108.
Ah, hope, thou soother sweet : trio by

Callcott. 653.
Ah, how, Sophia : catch by Callcott.

45.
Ah, how sweet it is to love ; fr. opera

by H. Purcell. 229, 248.
Ah, ingrato, m' inganni : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Ah, j'attendrai ; fr. opera [by Lully].

264.
Ah, r ho presente ; fr. opera by Gluck.

409.
Ah, la mia gloria : duet by Millico. 84.



668



INDEX I.



Ah, le bel oiseau : song (1760). 567.
"Ah, le voila." v. Si Monsieur ne me

veut plus ; etc.
Ah, let me take my simple reed: duet

by Callcott. 85.
Ah, loin de rire : canon by Eameau. 9.
Ah, lover, should'st thou try : canon

by Callcott. 4, 8.
Ah, ma chere maltresse : song (after

1726). 520.
Ah, ma Climene ; fr. opera [? by Co-

lasse]. 254 (words).
Ah, Madame Auroux : trio (1728). 651.

song (after 1744). 548.

Ah, maman, je suis perdue : song (1760).

566.
Ah me, alas, hey ho ! Thus doth Mes-

salina go : madrigal by Weelkes. 148.
Ah me, alas ! I'm almost wild : song

by Dibdin. 605.
Ah me! Can love: song (1615-1626).

468.
Ah me ! My boasted triumphs ; fr.

opera by Stevens (?). 371.
Ah me ! My wonted joys : madrigal

by Weelkes. 186.
Ah me, quoth Venus : madrigal by W.

Linley. 188.
Ah mel Undone: song [? by Blow.].

496.
Ah me ! What perils : canon by

Travers. 3.
Ah me ! Wherefore sighs the fair

Sylvia, v. Sweet muses, nymphs

and shepherds.
Ah, mi palesa ; fr. opera by Traetta.

361.
Ah, mie languide pupille ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
Ah, mio bene ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

306.
Ah, Monsieur I'apothicaire : song (after

1726). 520.
Ah, Monsieur le capitaine. v. Ah,

Monsieur I'apothicaire.
Ah, morgu6, Pierrot : duet (1757). 67.
Ah, my heart, I know : madrigal (early

16th cent., etc.). 124, 160.
Ah, 'ncocciosa cacciotella ; fr. opera by

P. Guglielmi. 849.
Ah, nel lasciarti ; fr. opera by [? A,]

Lucchesi. 327.
Ah, never yet was known ; fr. opera by

[?M. A.] Buononcini. 249.
Ah, Nice ; ah, gia rosseggia : duet

(18th cent.). 79.
Ah no I Vol piu giocate : song (two

settings, early 19th cent.). 611, 612.
Ah, non avesse permesso il fato : song

by [? G. B.] Buononcini. 590.
Ah, non ferir ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

345.
Ah, non la trova. v. Al bosco, al prato.
Ah, non lasciarmi, no ; fr. opera by

Mortellari. 365.



Ah, non lasciarmi, no ; fr, opera [by

Porpora]. 261.
Ah, non parlar d'amore ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 345.
Ah, non saggio (?) come fa : song by G.

Fortunato. 609.
Ah, non sai per questo core ; fr. opera

by N. Piccinni. 299.
Ah, non sai qual pena; fr. opera by

Sarti. 361.
Ah, non sperar ; f r. opera by C. Franchi.

299.
Ah, non tradirmi : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Ah, perche nel nascer ; fr. opera by

Pallella. 289.
Ah, perdona al mio trasporto ; fr. opera

by Jommelli. 345.
Ah, perdona al primo affetto ; fr. opera

by Leo. 342.
Ah, perfido : song by Beethoven. 573.
Ah, petit : song (18th cent.). 579.
Ah, Phaeton, v. Ah, cher Louison.
Ah, piu volte, v. Dove e quell' usignuolo.
Ah, pr^sidente : song (after 1744). 544.
Ah, qu'elle est laide : song (after 1744).

531.
Ah, qu'il est beau; fr. opera [by LuUy].

264.
Ah, qu'il est sage: song (after 1744).

552.
Ah, qu'il y va gaiment : song (after

1744). 548.
Ah, qu'Iris : song (18th cent.). 579.
Ah, qu'un amant. v. Un jour la jeune

Fanchon.
Ah, qu'une fille : song (after 1726). 518.
Ah, quale ardor ; fr. opera [? by Traetta].

335.
Ah, quauto 1' anima. v. O quanto.
Ah, que ces bois : trio (1728). 651.
Ah, que j'aime La Fontaine: song

(after 1726, etc.). 521, 542.
Ah, que j'aime le c61ibat : song (after

1726). 520.
Ah, que j'aime le frere. v. Que j'aime

votre frere.
Ah, que je me suis ennuy6 ; fr. opera

[by Mondonville]. 275.
Ah,quejesuischarm6: duet (1757). 67.
Ah, que je suis malheureuse : duet

(1757). 68.
Ah, que I'amour cause d'alarmes ; fr.

opera [by Lully]. 291.
Ah, que I'amour serait ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 257.
Ah, que la paresseuse automne : song

(after 1744). v. Chamillard veut.

duet (1757). 68.

Ah, que le monde .j perverti : song

(1728). 523.
Ah, que le v. ; fr. opera by Lully. 273,

277 (King's 333, f. 36).
Ah, que mon coeur est agit6 : song (after

1737). 525.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



669



Ah, que Monseigneur : song (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 137b).
Ah, que pr6tends-tu faire : song (1760).

567.
Ah, quel abus : duet (1757). 67.
Ah, quel core; fr. opera (about 1744).

272.
Ah, quel tourment ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 264.
Ah, ritorna, eta dell' oro : duet by

G. B. Martini. 71 (14135, f . 47b ;

31675, f.42b).
Ah, Robin : madrigal by [W.] Cornish.

126.
Ah, Rosina ; fr. opera by Paisiello. 363.
Ah, se di te mi privi ; fr. opera by

Perez. 300.
Ah, se il mio ben; fr. opera (1756?).

293.
Ah, se in ciel; fr. opera by Galuppi.

277.

fr. opera by Perez. 297.

Ah, se io potessi ; fr. opera by Balfe.

427.
Ah, se m' ami ; fr. opera by F. Bianchi.

380.
Ah, se perdo ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

372.
Ah, se t' amo ; f r. opera by Cimarosa.

372, 385.
Ah, se tu fossi, o Nina : two songs

(early 19th cent.). 610, 612.
Ah, Serena ; fr. opera (?) by Cimarosa.

306, 373.
Ah, si, morro; fr. opera [by Handel?].

834.
Ah, signor, quai cose ; fr. opera (18th-

19th cent.). 370.
Ah, soyez sensible ; f r. opera (18th-19th

cent.). 370.
Ah, tell me why should silly man ;

glee by Callcott. 106.
Ah, tergi il bel ciglio ; fr. opera by

Perez. 298.
Ah, the pangs of hopeless lovers : song

(1681). 483.
Ah, the shepherd's mournful fate : song

by Haydn. 617.
Ah, the sighs : madrigal by W. Cornish.

123, 126.
Ah, ti sento ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

345.
Ah, Tontine; fr. opera (after 1726).

256 (words).
Ah, tout p6rit : song (after 1737). 525.
Ah, voi dite : duet by Paisiello. 89.
Ah, voila la vie: song (after 1744).

550.
Ah, vous dirai-je, maman : song (1760).

567.
Ah, what avails : trio by Callcott. 653.
Ah, what can mean that eager joy :

duet (1681). 56.
Ah, what pleasant visions : song by

Hatton. 639.



Ah, when from this detested shore;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 373.
Ah, when will, alas ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.
Ah, where ; and ah, where, v. where ;

and where.
Ah, why does my Corydon rove :

madrigal by T. Miles. 191.



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