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Ah, why does that lip : song by Bishop.

634.
Ah, why should love : song (18th-19th

cent.). 605.
Ah, why this boding start: glee by

Callcott. 110.
Ahi . . . . de' duo (?) : madrigal by

Reggio. 155.
Ahi, che faro : madrigal by Giovanelli.

175, 177.
Ahi, che [fuggite] : madrigal by G.

Eremita. 140.
Ahi, che in sentirlo : duet by Marcello.

79, 83(32673, f.35).

duet by Stradella. 66.

Ahi, che morir mi sento : song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 21).
Ahi, che moro : song by Mancini. 524.
Ahi, che non pur rispondi ; fr. opera by

Monteverde. 225 (30491, f. 40).
Ahi, che posar : duet by Stradella.

83.
Ahi, Clori amata : song by Cesarini del

Violino. 511.
Ahi, cosi va costei : madrigal [? by

Dumont]. 156.
Ahi, dispietata morte : madrigal by

Marenzio. 182 (31410, f. 35).
Ahi, dolci glorie : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Ahi, fatto indegno; fr. opera by

Monteverde. 307.
Ahi, forse in tal memento : song by

Balfe. 637.
Ahi, gia mi discoloro : madrigal by

Gesualdo. 164.
Ahi, perche, giusto ciel ; fr. opera by

Handel. 340.
Ahi, qual cruccio : song by K. H.

Graun. 642.

song by G. Sammartini. 587.

Ahi, qual destin : song by Rossini.

629-30.
Ahi, quanto e fiero : duet by Marcello.

73, 82.
Ahi, sorte : madrigal by Gasparini.

165.
Ahi, vita mia : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
Ahime. v. Gime.

Ai voti miei ; fr. opera by G. Colla. 351.
Aiie, aie, amie Jeannette. v. De la con-
stitution.
Ai-je si fort tort ; fr. opera [by Rameau].

274, 277 (King's 337, ff. 170b, 186).
Aimable Danchet : song (after 1744,

etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331, f. 43).



670



INDEX I.



Aimable Dupontel: song (after 1744,

etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330, f. 221b).
Aimable et belle jeunesse : song (after

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

f.l4).
Aimable vainqueur. v. Aimable Dan-

chet ; etc.
Aimable veuve : song (after 1744, etc.).

554, 557 (King's 337, fi. 124b, 187b).
Aimer constamment : song (1728).

523.
Aimez, profitez du temps; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 264.
Aimez ! Vous avez quinze ans : song

by [J. J.] Rousseau. 570, 597.
Aimez-moi comme je vous aime : duet

(1757). 67.
Aimons-nous; tout nousyconvie : song

(after 1726). v. Heureux qui comme

Epicure ; etc.

duet (1757). 67.

Ainsi, comme unicorne suis : song [? by

Tbibaut, King of Navarre]. 464.
Ainsi qu' Agnes : song (after 1726). 517.
Ainsi, quoi qu'on ,en puisse dire : song

(after 1744, etc.). 538, 557 (King's

332, f. 130).
Akh kakh totno ;

Hummel. 632.
Akh ruichenki :

Hummel. 632.
Akh u nashikh :

Hummel. 682.
Akh u tuska :

Hummel. 632.
Akh vo sadu :

Hummel. 632.
Al baco: madrigal by

Padova. 121.
Al bosco, al prato : madrigal by Clari.

157, 158, 177, 180.
Al bosco, cacciatori : canon by Metas-

tasio. 8.
Al caro idolo mio ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 286, 326, 334.
Al cor di donna : duet by Lotti. 90,

176.
Al dispetto ancor d'amore ; (?) f r. opera

(late 17th cent.). 236.
Al dispetto del sospetto; fr. opera by

Scarlatti. 836.
Al fulgor ; (?) fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

286.
Al lavoro; fr. opera (?), by Hummel.

386.
Al lume delle stelle : madrigal [by

Monteverde]. 180.
Al mio dolce e vivo ardore ; fr. opera

by G. Farinelli. 391.
Al mio pianto ; fr. opera by Pelliccia.

349.
Al mio rivale; fr. opera by Anfossi.

259.
Al nascer dell' Aurora : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.



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Al rigido comando ; fr. opera by Hasse.

282.
Al rigor d' un bel sembiante : madrigal

by Steffani. 159, 165, 174.
Al soave spirar : song by L. Rossi. 495.
Al sole i lumi; fr. opera by Porpora.

287.
Al splendor che cangia ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 236.
Al splendor di due pupille. v. Al rigor.
Al suon d' amata. v. At sound of her

sweet voice.
Al suon delle dolcissime parole : ma-
drigal by Marenzio. 180.
Al vago laccio : madrigal by Clari.

168, 180, 188, 190,
Al voler del bene amato : song by T. di

Mauro. 489.
Al volto or vi rassembro ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 326. ;
Al vostro lampeggiar : song by T.

Carapella. 502.
Alack, alack, what shall I do : madrigal

by Henry VHI. 126.
Alack and alack, the clouds are so

black : song by S. Wesley, 570, 623.
"Aladdin " : opera by Bishop. 397.
" Aladino"(?). v. Ah, chi frenar puo

mai.
Alarma ! Guerra : song by A. Basso.

559.
Alas, alas, who has been here : duet by

M. Lock. 57.
Alas, cried Damon : catch by Callcott.

45.
Alas, for lack of her presence : madrigal

by R. Fairfax. 124.
Alas, how barbarous are we : duet by

H. Purcell. 56.
Alas, I faint: madrigal (after 1608).

148.
Alas, it is I : madrigal by [E.] Turges.

124, 160.
Alas, poor Cupid : duet and song by

H. Lawes. 55, 475.
Alas, poor heart : catch by J. Hilton.

37 (31462, f. 64b), 39.
Alas, poor Kate : song by Dibdin. 604.
Alas, poor Nick : catch (18th-19th

cent.). 42.
Alas, poor shepherd, the fault is not

mine : song (1681). 483.
Alas, tarry but one half hour : madrigal

by Weelkes. 191.
Alas, that e'er I knew : duet by S.

Webbe. 85.
Alas, what a wretched life : madrigal
[by Marenzio]. 141.

madrigal by Wilbye. 184.

Alas, what boast : glee by [H.] Haring-

ton. 98, 108.
Alas, what hope : madrigal by Wilbye.

186.
Alas, what shall I do : madrigal by
Henry VIII. 126.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



671



Alas, where is my love : madrigal by

Bateson. 151.
Alas, youth's gay, spring moments pass:

chorus arranged by Bishop. 51.
Alba che neghittosa : song by Scarlatti.

515.
"Alceste": opera by Gluck. v. Non

vi turbate ; Se pur cara.

opera by Handel, v. " Alcestis."

opera by LuUy. 237. v. also

A. quoi bon ; Alcide est vainqueur ;
C'est ici I'hotel de misere; C'est la
saison ; Enfin, grace au d^pit ; Jeunes
coeurs ; L'onde se presso ; Le h^ros
que j'attends; Malgr6 tant d'orages;
Melons a nos plaisirs ; Tout p6ch6 ;
Tu me dis.

opera by Zingarelli. v. Ove son ?

Alceste est morte : song (after 1726).

521

fr. opera (after 1744). 273.

" Alcestis "(?) : opera by Handel (?).

288.
" Alcide " : opera by Bortniansky. 804.

opera by L. Lully and M. Marais.

V. " Le Triomphe d' Hercule."

"Alcide al bivio " : opera by Hasse.
295.

opera by Righini. v. Pensa che

questo istante.

Alcide est vainqueur. v. D'Estr6es est

vainqueur.
"Alcides." v. " Alcestis."
"Alcidoro e Dalisa." v. Fra si dolci,

amene rive.
"Alcina": opera by Handel. 339. v.

also Dopo tante amare pene ; Verdi

prati.
"Alcyone": opera [by M. Marais].

Reference to, 1706. 540. For music,

V. De cet op6ra ; Medavy se plaint.
"Aldeso" (?). V. Povera peccorella.
Aldiberontiphoscophornio : glee by Call-

cott. 110.
"Aldimiro": opera by Scarlatti, v.

Chi r alma mi ha tolta ; Due vaghe

pupille ; Forse non bastano ; Mi

offra pur ; Non ha si dolci tempre ;

Se di Tisbe.
Alerte, alerte : duet (1757). 67.
" Alessandro " : opera by Handel. 445.

V. also Le armi ; Si dolce lusingar.
"Alessandro amante." v. Lo strale

fatale.
"Alessandro in Persia": pasticcio by

Hasse, Leo, etc. v. Dirti, ben mio ;

Parto, ma del mio affanno.

opera by L. Leo. v. Dirti, ben

mio.

"Alessandro nelle Indie": portions of
opera (mid. 18th cent.). 288. v. also
Destrier che all' armi usato ; Se e ver.

operas (18th cent.), v. Chi vive

amante ; Se mai piu ; Se mai turbo ;
Sposo, un momento.



"Alessandro nelle Indie": opera by
Abos. V. Se amore a questo petto,
opera by J. C. Bach. v. Se il ciel



mi divide.

opera by F. Bianchi.



ciel.



V. Or che il



— opera by Cocchi. v. Se tutti i
mali.

opera by Corri. v. Chi vive amante ;



Se mai piu ; Se mai turbo.

— opera by Galuppi. v. Chi vive
amante ; E ver che all' amo ; Son
confusa ; Voi che adorate.

opera by Hasse. 263. v. also

Digli che io son fedele ; Non sarei ;
Se mai turbo ; Se troppo crede ; Se
viver non posso.

— opera by Monza. v. Se mai piu.

opera by Pacini. 412.

opera by Paisiello. v. Mentre ti



lascio.

opera by Perez.



285. V. also



opera (18th
339



V.



Dove e s' afiretti ; Se e ver che t
accendi ; Se il ciel mi divide ; Son
confusa.

opera by Porpora. v. Se viver

non posso ; Sommi dei.

opera by Sacchini. v. Chi vive

amante ; Se mai turbo.

opera by Santarelli. v. Se possono.

opera by Tarchi. v. Or che il ciel ;

Se mai turbo ; Son prigioner.

opera by Vinci, v. Se mai turbo ;

Se troppo crede.

" Alessandro Severo "
cent.). 332.

pasticcio by Handel.

also 297.

"Alexander the Great" : symphony fr.
opera [by D. Purcell]. 231.

"Alexander's feast" : cantata by Han-
del. 19. V. also Let's imitate her
notes.

cantata by Marcello. v. " Ti-

moteo."

"Alexander's

Bishop. V.

tenant."
"Alexis." V.

grove.
Alexis, dear Alexis : song by Blow.

481, 485, 498.
Alfin de' contenti : song (beg. 19th

cent.). 609.
Alfin le nevi : duet (early 18th cent.).

62.
Alfin m' ucciderete : song by Albinoni.

589.

duet by Durante, from Scarlatti.

82 (Add. 31552, f.42b), 85 (31539,
f.l68b).

song by Scarlatti. 515, 588.

" Alfred." v. When Britons first.
" All Baba." v. A tanto amore.

All alive and merry (18th cent.). 199 (37).



successors " : opera by
"The humourous lieu-
See from the silent



672



INDEX I.



Air apparir della vermiglia aurora:

song (1738 ?). 526.
Air arenoso lido : song (18th cent.).

583.
Air armi, miei spirti : song (after 1699,

etc.). 490, 506.
Air armi, pensieri : song (1704-7). 505.

song by A. Melani. 504, 587.

All as a sea: madrigal [by Byrd]. 148,

150.
AU'assalir : madrigal [by Lupacchino],

142.
Air aurora ; fr. opera [by G. F. Tosi ?].

235.
All creatures now are merry-minded :

madrigal by J. Bennet. 162.
All creatures now with hearts rejoice :

madrigal (after 1618). 153.
All creatures then. v. When Flora fair.
All day the stormy wind : part-song by

Hatton. 457.
All hail, all hail to Goddess Juno's

grace : song (after 1653). 474.
All in the downs : glee, harmonized by

F. Hutcheson. 99.

• fr. opera [by Leveridge]. 808.

All in the greenwood shade : glee by

Bishop. 118.
All into service let us sing : catch (1580).

30, 37 (31462, f. 50), 39.
All into service the bell tolls : catch [by

T. Ravenscroft]. 35.
All my sense : glee by Stevens. 103.
All my wits : part-song by J. Bartlett.

458.
Air ombra d' un bell' orno : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Air ombra d' una speranza : song by L.

Rossi. 482.
Air ombra degli aUori : madrigal by

G. Jeffreys. 154.

Air ombra del piu verde, ameno colle :
song by Carapella. 506.

All pleasure is of this condition : mad-
rigal by Wilbye. 151, 185.

All sorrows are for ever gone ; f r. opera
by Dibdin. 374.

All the follies of love : song by H. Hall.
481.

All the materials : song by J. Wilson.
479.

All things seem deaf ; fr. opera by J.
Eccles. 244.

All things their certain periods have :
ode by M. Lock. 210.

All, when the wars are over. v. "Ella
Rosenberg."

All white hang the bushes : song ar-
ranged by Kozeluch. 608.

All who of Britons bear the name ; fr.
table entertainment by Dibdin. 644.

All will hail the joyous day ; fr. opera
[by Storace]. 322.

All worldly pleasure is but vain. v.
Vain, vain.



All ye gods that are above : song by the
Duke of Monmouth (?). 486.

All ye that joy : madrigal [by M. Este].
146.

madrigal by G. M. Nanini. 141.

All ye whom love : madrigal [by J.

Dowlaud]. 132, 164.
All you forsaken lovers : song (2nd half

of 17th cent.). 493.
All you that would refine : song [by S.

Howard]. 594.
Alia caccia, pastori : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 17b). •

song by Reggio. 486, 492.

Alia cathia. v. Alia caccia.

Alia dolce ombra : madrigal [by Jan de

Gero]. 142.
Alia fama ; f r. opera by Handel. 262.
Alia guerra d' amore : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
Alia madre di tutti santi : canon by

[M.] Greene. 7.
Alia ruota : song by L. Rossi. 494.
Alia sorgente : duet by Siissmayr. 86.
Alia sorte de' viventi ; apparently fr.

opera (late 17th cent.). 234.
Alia strage : song by G. Porta. 528.
Alia tromba di Marte : trio by Lotti.

657, 659.
Alle danze : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (.36877, f.71b).
Alle Freuden dieses Lebens : song by

W. von B (late 18th cent.). 598.

Alle gewaltsame That : canon (?) by

Beethoven. 10.
Alle gioje : song by G. Casalotti (?). 492

(36877, f. 12).

song by Reggio. 486.

Alle piume : duet (1st half of 18th

cent.). 65.
Alle sue pene intorno: song by [? G.

B.] Buononcini. 561.
Alle sue sponde : song by Durante. 594.
Alle Weiber: song (1711). 509.
Allegra Anglia : catch (1580). .30, 37

(31462, f.48b), 39.
AUegramente tutti noi : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
"Alleluia": song (after 1744). v. Ce

fut une etrange rumeur ; Que Deo-

datus ; etc.
AUez, allez ; eloignez-vous ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 344.
Allez, regrets : madrigal (temp. Henry

Vni., etc.). 125, 127.
"Allister": Scotch tune (18th cent.).

208.
Allmachtig ist die Liebe ; fr. opera [by

Hummel?]. 319.
Aliens a la fete : song (after 1744). 534.
AUons, allons ; accourez tous ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 264. v. also Allons,

allons ; arretez-vous.
Allons, allons ; arretez - vous : song

adapted from Lully. 519.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



673



Allons gai : song (after 1744). 548.

madrigal by Willaert. 170.

Allor che averso fato : song (two settings,

1710). 508 (2).
Allor che 11 cieco nume : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 562.
Allor che il dio di Delo con piu giocondo :

song (18th cent.). 585.
Allor che il dio di Delo guida : song by

Scarlatti. 515.
Allor gli disse. v. Al bosco, al prato.
Allor ristette il cavaliere : song by

Carapella. 502.
Allor saranno miei pensieri : madrigal

by A. della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050,

f.46b).
"Ally Croker." v. There liv'd a man.
Alma afflitta : madrigal by Marenzio (?).

137.

fr. opera by Scarlatti, v. "Giro."

Alma bella : song by Manciui (?). 564.
Alma, che scorgi tu : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 75b).
Alma Cipri : song by — Murray. 611.
Alma Dea ; fr. opera by Gazzaniga.

367.
Alma del cielo amante ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 277.
Alma di questo sen : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Alma grande : operatic aria by F.Rutini.

403.
Alma guidotta (sic) : madrigal by Con-
verso. 185.
Alma mia, che si puo far : song (17th-

18th cent.). 499.
Alma niia, dove ten vai : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 105b).
Alma nemes. v. Alma Venus.
Alma, se non mi vendico : song (after

1699). 490.
Alma, tu che dal cielo : song (1709).

508.

song by Scarlatti. 508.

Alma Venus, quae sola : motet by Lasso.

196.
" Almahyde." v. To slight my love.
Alme grandi ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

381.
Alme, voi che provaste : duet by Durante

[from Scarlatti]. 82 (31552, f. 12),

84 (14110, f.9b), 85 (.31539, f.l20), 91

(31515, f. 100).

song by Scarlatti. 511, 588.

Almen la Parca; fr. opera by Hasse.

265.
Almeno un pensiero ; fr. opera (?) by

Carissimi. 2.36.
"Almira": part of opera by Handel.

445.
" Almo pastor." v. L' alba, cui dolci.
"Aloise": overture to the opera, by

L. W. Maurer. 415.
Alone, alone ! Here I am my self alone :

madrigal (temp. Henry VIII.). 125.

II



Alone, alone, in wilderness : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
Alone, alone, mourning alone : duet by

T B (temj). Henry VIII.). 52.

Alone I live : round by Dr. — Cooper.

26.
Alone on the sea-beat rock : song by S.

Wesley. 623, 638-9.
Alone walking and oft musing : madri-
gal (temp. Elizabeth). 138.
Alors que j'^tais fille : song (17th cent.).

492.
Alors que Noe. v. La meuniere de

Saint Brice.
Alpestre monte : song by Handel. 641.

song by Mancini. 584.

Alpi nevose : song (late 17th cent.).

496.
Als d' Jude : song by Hummel (?). 632.
Altera jam teritur : motet by J. Fries

and H. Textor. 197.
Although I make no fuss ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 374.
Although, Jolly Tom, much fame thou

hast won : song by Blow. 483.
Although my back be at the wa' : song

(late 18th cent.). 595.
Although soft sleep : glee by Stevens.

103.
Alto Giove ; fr. opera by Porpora. 269.
Alto Immenso Poter ; fr. opera by

Handel. 445.
Alto Olimpo : cantata by Auletta. 17.
Altra sorte : song by Scarlatti. 559,

589.
Altro non e il mio amor : song (16th

cent.). 466.
Altro non e il mio cor : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 22b).
Always drunk (18th cent.). 201 (251).
Alza il volo ; fr. opera by Handel, v.

" Silla."
Alzate il nuovo lauro. v. Biauchi cigni.
Alzo al volo di mia fama ; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
Am I despis'd : song by Hilton. 477.
Ama pur mio cor : song (after 1699,

etc.). 491, 499.
"Amadigi": opera by Handel. 262
(arrangements), v. also Cangia al
tine.
" Amadis " : opera by Lully. v.

Pauvre Uranie.
Amai gran tempo : song by N. Sabba-

tini. 506.
Amami, Alfredo ; fr. opera by Verdi.

430.
Amante di donna vecchia. v. Amor, tu

me r hai fatta.
Amante e sposa ; fr. opera by G. B.

Buononcini. 268.
Amante mi sarete ; fr. opera by Cima-
rosa. 306.
Amante non e amante : song (17th-
18th cent.). 499.

2 X



674



INDEX I.



Amante non mi credi : song by Gasparini.

Amante povero: song (after 1699) 490
Amanti/che ^ite; fr cantata by

Carissimi. 13 (2), 14, 15 (2), 18
Amanti, che in pianti : song (lb7»-

Amantl: fSe : ^'IfV^he^i
Amanti miei : madrigal by C. Le Jeune.

Amanti, piangete : song by L. Rossi.

Amanti, sentite amor : duet (1678-86).

56
Amants, aimez vos chaines. v. Un

iom- ma bonne mere.
Amants heureux; fr. opera by Campra

and Desmarets. 267.
Amants infortun^s : song (after 172b).

el Q

song (another setting, after 1744,

etc.). Bsl 557 (King's 330,^Linb)-



descendre: song (after



etc.). OOi.,oo, v^""o - -y' *: /I7t;7\

Amants trop empresses: duet (175/).

68
Amar obi mi odia: song by G. Casa-

Totti(?). 492(36877 f. 137b).
Amar vorrei la bella Nma : canon (19th

" Imare per "regnare." v Quel augel
Amare un infedel : canon by Metastasio.

Am'arilli mia bella: song (16th cent.). 1

A AA

Amarim, mio bene: song by G. Casa-

lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 120).
Amarti il cor non puo; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235. 1

Amaryllis by a spring : song by M.

Lawes. 474.

song by J. Wilson. 477 4(9.

Amaryllis d'un trait: duet by L. Op-

straet van der Moelen. 54.
Amaryllis, tear thy hair: song by W.

Lawes. 473. . u r ^^ "Rrxj

Amata e cara : madrigal by G. D. Ko^-

none. 171. ,,

Amatemi, ben mio : madrigal by Ma-

renzio. 178. „„n;

Amato genitore ; fr. opera by JommeUi.

Ambition never me seduc'd: song by

rS.l Howard. 593.
Ambitious love: madrigal [by Byrd].

148, 150.
Ambitious man, why dost thou raise .

song (1681). 483. .

" Ambleto " : opera by Carcani. v. be

nria morir. _ ,

_ opera by Gasparini. v. L una e

I'altra; Teneriguardi.
Amenissimi prati : song by D. Scarlatti.

"America" (18th cent.). 200 (147).
Amrdoman ; fr. opera (18th-19th cent.),

370.



Ami, je vais

1737). 525.
Ami, I'aurais-tu pu croire ; fr. opera [by

Colasse]. 254. .

Ami, I'aurez-vous done : madrigal (IbtU

cent.). 129. wi7r.7x

Ami,prends vite un verre : duet {It Hi).

67
Ami,' que tu fais peu d'honneur; fr.

opera [by Colasse]. 254
Ami, souffrez: madrigal [by J. 1. ^^e-

rarde]. 133. ^ , . . -.co

Ami, Tirsi : madrigal by Rubiconi. 168.
Ami, tu crois: song (after 1744 eic.).

554, 557 (King's 337, ff. 115b, 182b).
Arnica, ora che Aprile : duet by Scar-

latti. 62,81.
Amici, addio; fr. opera (1761). 29b
Amici, s' e vinto : song by Scarlatti. 50».
Amico, hai vinto: song by Carapella.

502
Amidst my bale : madrigal by W. Cob-
bold. 149. ^ ,. .
i Amidst the conscious host. -y.Kehgion,

Amidst the myrtles : glee by Battishill.

118.
Amintor, thou faithless swam : song

(1678-1682). 479.
Amis, chantons : song (after 1744) 546
song (another air, after 1749). 557

(King's 335, f. 204b).
Amis, depuis que Celimene : song by —

Dauphin. 525.
Amis, il n'est ricn : song (18th cent.).

Amis,' je bois; fr. opera [? by L. Lully

and M. INIarais]. 256.
Amis, laissons en arriere : song (after

1744, etc.). 543, 557 (Kmg's 334,

Amisf ne parlous plus. v. Ne parlous
plus de politique ; etc.

i Amis, prenons le verre: song (18th

' cent.). 580. .,, .._,,

Amis, qu'on se reveille: song (17th

cent.). 491.
Amis, que ce concert est doux : song

(17th cent.). 492. f,,,. 17,4

Amis, saisissons-nous : so°g H^^i^J^**'

etc.). 543, 557 (King's_334, f. 33 .
Amis, sans regretter Pans : song (aftei

1744). 548.
Amis, si vous me voulez croire : song

(17th cent.). 492. „ , ,

"Ammeto": opera by Handel. v.

Amorconsola; Mostratevi serene ; bi

caro ; Sparite, o pensieri ; Volate piu

dei venti. /„*<.„,.

Amo, e di amar mi duole : song (aftei

1794) 576
Amo, e non nacque : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 163. nr,np.

Amo, e sperar non posso : song (170b-

1726). 506.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



675



Amo, e vi dir nol posso : song by G. [B.]
Buononcini. 590.

Amo la bella : song by Leo. 526.

Amo, ma 1' idol mio : song by Scarlatti.
512.

Amo, ne so comprendere : song by G. D.
Pacini. 504.

Amo, peno : song by [? G. B.] Buonon-
cini. 590.

Amo pill la lontananza : duet by Ziani.
79.

Amo te solo: song (early 19th cent.).
612.

song [by Cimarosa]. 606.

fr. opera (?) by Leo. 341.

Amo Tirsi. v. Conosco che mi piaci.
Amoena lambit prata : song by IMerola.

583.
Among rosebuds slept a bee : trio by H.

Lawes. 652.
Among the roses : madrigal (after 1604).

143.
Amor, ben puoi tu : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 159, 187.
Amor, che far : duet by Feroce. 78.
Amor, che nasce con la speranza ; fr.

opera by Sacchini. 328.
Amor, che vide : madrigal by P. Philips.

140.
Amor, che vuoi che : madrigal by P.

Philips. 140.
Amor che vuoi di piu : duet (18th

cent.). 78.
Amor, chi ti die ; fr. opera by Reggio.

229.
Amor consola ; fr. opera by Handel. 446.
" Amor corrisposto." v. Diedi a Fileno.
Amor crudele : song by Porpora. 511.
Amor, deh, dimmi : madrigal by G. D.

Rognone. 171.
Amor del gran Sancio ; fr. opera by

Caldara. 260.
Amor, gioie : duet by Handel. 65.
Amor me: madrigal (late 17th cent.).

155.
Amor, mi trafSgesti. v. "II prigionier

fortuuato."
Amor, Mitilde : duet by Durante. 82

(31552, f.36), 84 (14110, f.37b), 85

(31539, f. 158b), 91 (31515, f. 115).

song by Scarlatti. 558.

Amor, non voleva io : madrigal by Pales-

triua. 163.
Amor, per noi ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

372.
Amor pettegolo : song [? by M. Vento].

568.
Amor piangeva: madrigal [by J. T.

Gerarde]. 133.
Amor pietoso : duet [?by Dragonetti].

88.
Amor, poiche non vuole : madrigal by

Marenzio, 178.
Amor porta le pene : song by Stephano.

506.



Amor puo assai : madrigal by A. della
Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 29).

Amor quando fia : madrigal by G. D.
Rognone. 171.

Amor quando fioriva : madrigal by Pa-
lestrina. 159, 187.

Amor, se i bei rubini : madrigal by P.
Philips. 148, 175.

Amor, se io mi querelo : song by L.
Rossi. 482.

Amor, se mi feristi ; fr. opera (?) by
Scarlatti. 233.

Amor, se pur ti duol : duet by Lotti.
91, 176.

Amor, se tua merce : madrigal by Cor-
fini. 173.

Amor, senno. v. Io viddi in terra.

Amor senza speranza : duet by [A.]
Gianettini. 61.

Amor, tiranno : song by [? G. B.] Buo-
noncini. 561.

Amor, tu me 1' hai fatta : madrigal by
Clari. 158, 177.

Amor, tu sei un puttello : song (early
19th cent.). 610.

Amor, tu vedi : madrigal by Corsini.
121.

Amor, tu vuoi che io lacrimi : song by
G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 145b).

Amore a lei giurasti ; fr. opera by Perez.
275.

Amore e gelosia : song by Leo. 512.

Amore e ritornato : madrigal by Ma-
renzio. 179.

Amore e un tiranno : song (early 19th
cent.). 612.

Amore, hai vinto ; fr. opera (late 17th
cent.). 234.

Amore, io non potrei : madrigal by
Marenzio. 131, 166.

Amore, io parto : madrigal by Maren-
zio (?), 137.

Amore io sento : madrigal by Renaldi.
171 (29400, f.64).

Amore mio bellissimo ; fr. opera by
Cimarosa. 307, 364.

Amore, o mi togli le fiamme dal seno :
song by Scarlatti. 490.

Amore, se occhi spirano : song (1807).
622.

Amore, ti sento : song by Scarlatti.
589.

Amoretti, all' armi ; apparently fr.
opera (late 17th cent.). 234.

Amorosa : madrigal (after 1604). 143.

Amorosa pastorella : song by Pistocchi.
562.

Amorosa pupilletta : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 84).

Amorosa violetta : song by Pistocchi.
563,

Amorose viole : madrigal by C. Porta,
163.

Amorosette ninfe : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 28).

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676



INDEX I.



Amorosette ninfe : madrigal [by B.

Pallavicino]. 131, 143.
Amour, amour, apres tant de bienfaits :



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