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duet (1757). 68.
Amour, amour, tu es par trop cruelle :

madrigal by Jannequin. 170.
Amour au coeur : two settings of mad-
rigal [? by J. T. Gerarde]. 132, 183.
Amour dans le sacre vallon : song

(1760). 567.
Amour, dont les charmes : song (17th

cent.). 492.
Amour, fais 6clater : duet (1757). 68.
Amour, fuis loin de moi : song by

Queen Marie Antoinette. 599.
Amour git en maladie. v. Vulneratur

caritas.
Amour, j'avouerai : song (16th cent.).

466.
Amour, que veux-tu. v. Mars, que

veux-tu.
Amour, qui au coeur m'est entre : song

[by Henri III., Duke of Brabant],

464.
Amour, si tu veux: duet (1757). 69.
Amour, tant las de voler : song by

J. J. Rousseau. 569.
Amour, tu as trop de souci : song by

L. 0]3straet van der Moelen. 471.
Amour vainc (?) tout fors ccBur de felon :

song (13th-14th cent.). 465.
" Amours villageois." v. Gretchen.
An aged dame: madrigal [by Byrd?].

150.
An amorous sigh : song by Estwick.

481.
An awful gloom : glee by Barth616mon.

109.
An election 's a comical plan : song

[? by S. Wesley]. 571, 623.
An Englishman, his heart sincere ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 374.
An Englishman may turn ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 874.
An Englishman's courage ; f r. table

entertaininent by Dibdin. 646.
An I were a maiden : madrigal {temp.

Henry VHI.). 126.
An ignorant peasant ; f r. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647.
An Irishman's tongue ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 644.
"An meinem Stern'." v. Wie bist du.
An old woman baited the mousetrap :

catch by Callcott. 33.
An't please your bold honour ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 376, 377.
An thou wert mine : song by Haydn.

617.
Anche i tronchi : song by [G. B.] Buo-

noncini. 562.
Anche in voi : song by C. L. Pietro

Grua. 501.
Ancidetemi pur : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 135b).



Ancor che col partire : madrigal (18th
cent.). 175.

song by Reggio. 486.

And are ye sure. v. But are ye sure.
And did you hear ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

376.
And gin ye meet. v. Gin ye meet.
And has she then fail'd in her truth ;

fr. opera by Bishop. 397.
And is he then set free : ode bv S.

Wesley. 217.
And is- the lovely shadow fled: duet

(18th cent.). 76.
And now a Spirit form'd. v. From

Chindara's warbling fount.
And now, good master Sonnet ; f r. opera

by Dibdin. 374.
And for ane and twenty, Tam : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 601, 603

(35278, ff.5b, 14, 23b).
And shall my faith have this refuse :

song (after 1600). 466.
And so an end : madrigal [by R.

Nicholson?]. 139.
And still to her charms : song by Weber.

630.
And therefore away, care. v. Lend me,

you lovers.
And think ye, nymphs : madrigal by

Byrd. 169 (23626, f. 98b).
And though my love. v. I fall, I fall.
And would you see : song [by Rosseter].

573.
And ye sail walk in silk attire : song

(late 18th cent.). 596.

song arranged by Kozeluch. 602,

603 (35278, ff. 9b, 17, 22b) ;— by
Weber. 630.

Andate, o miei sospiri : duet by Durante
[from Scarlatti]. 82 (31552, f.5), 84
(14110, f. 1), 85 (31539, f. 109b), 91
(31515, f. 93b).

song by Gasparini. 526.

song by Scarlatti. 526 (no. 14),

588.

song by Scarlatti (another setting).

526 (no. 15).

"Anderson's farewell": Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 206.
Andiamo, beviamo, cantiamo : canon

(19th cent.). 12.
Andiamo, o pecorelle : song by Gaspa-
rini. 587.
"Andrew Kerr": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
" Andromacca " : opera by Feo. 258(2).
"Andromacca e Pirro" (?) : opera by

G. T[ritto?]. 352.
" Andromeda e Perseo." v. Andromeda

infelice.
Andromeda infelice ; fr. opera by Gaz-

zaniga. 260.
Angel of life: song [by Callcott]. 574.
"Angelica": opera (18th cent.), v.

Ombre amene.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



677



"Angelica": opera by Hummel, v.
Kein einziger von jenen Trieben.

(?) : opera by Terziani. u. Aurette

leggiere.

"Angelica e Medoro " : opera by Graun.
Arrangements from. 288.

opera by Porpora. 251.

"Angelica ed Orlando": opera by

Latilla. 262.
Ang61ine est le nom : song by Clapisson.

637.
Anglais, que I'orgueil seul : song (after

1744). 555.
" Anhawdd Ymadael": song arranged

by Haydn. 620 (no. 19), 621 (.35275,

ff. 5, 19). V. also So mild was the

evening.
Anima del cor mio : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (.36877, f. 87).
Anima mea liquefacta est. v. Pleine

d'ennui.
Anima mia, dolce Nerina : duet (1783).

73.
Anima mia sei tu ; fr. opera (?) by

Hummel. 386.
Anime de I'esprit d'Ignace : song (after

1774, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,

f.226).
Anime, voi che siete dalle Furie : song

by Luigi [Rossi]. 494, 496.
Animez-vous, musette : song (after

1737). 525.
"Ann of St. Albans." v. When the

bell of the abbey.
" Anna" : Irish time (18th cent.). 204.

song (second half of 18th cent.).

V. Shepherds, I have lost.

"Anna Bolena": opera by Donizetti.

448.
"Anna that lives on the Tyne." v.

How sweet are the meadows.
Anna, veni ; sequimur : motet (after

1604). 194.
" Annetta " : opera by G. Farinelli. 314.
Annette aime la solitude : song (18th

cent.). 580.
"Annette and Lubin." v. His lordship

really is too good ; My lord, an't

please you.
"Annibale": opera by Scarlatti. 282.

opera by Zingarelli. v. Si annera

il cielo.

Antevenis virides : motet (16th-17th

cent.). 194.
"Anthony and Cleopatra"-: part of

opera by Bishop. 397.

opera by Dibdin. v. In sprightly

notes ; Prepare the dance ; Propitious
be this day.

"Antigona": pasticcio by G. Cocchi,
N. Conforti, etc. v. CoUe procelle ;
Se al mio sincero affetto.

opera by Orlandini. 250.

"Antigono": opera by N. Conforti.



V. Non partir ; Perche, se tanti siete.



" Antigono " : opera by Gluck. v.

Berenice, che fai ; Di due ciglia ;

Di vantarsi ; Giacche morir devo io ;

Tu m' involasti.
opera by Hasse. 272. v. also A

torto spergiuro ; Di due ciglia ; Guer-

rier, che i colpi ; Non temer — non

son piu.
"Antigua Billy" (18th cent.). 202

(354).
" Antiochus." u. " Antioco."
"Antioco": opera by Gasparini. V.

Si Candida ; Si lieto.
"Anti-sirens." v. Think not true

pleasure.
Antri ciechi ; fr. opera by Hasse. 278.
Antri cupi, che fate: song by Giaij.

.564.
Antri profondi : song by K. H. Graun.

608.
Api, che raccogliete : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 509.
" Apollo amante di Dafne." v. Ferma,

Dafne crudel.
" Apollo and Daphne." v. Though

envious old age.
"Apollo e Dafne." v. La terra e

liberata.
Apollo, se ancor : madrigal by Marenzio.

179 (2).
Appariran per me : madrigal by Lasso.

167, 174.
Appear, ye fat fiends ; fr. opera by

H. Purcell. 321 (no. 8).
Appena dall' oriente : song by Loren-

zani. 491.
Appena, tiranna : song by Mancini (?).

564.
Apportator son io ; fr. opera by Leo.

270.
Apprenez le sort rigourenx : song (after

1744). 555.
Apprenez, beaux yeux: song (1620-

1621). 469.
Appresso un fiume : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 121.
Approuvez un dessein : song (after

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

f.l27).
Apre il seno ; fr. opera by Doni. 283.
Apres avoir bien cherch^ : song (after
1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330,
f. 120).
Apres avoir, pendant quinze ans : song
(after 1744). v. Eut-on cru que la

Barentin.
Apres avoir pris notre argent : song
(after 1744, etc.). 547, 557 (King's

335, f. 140b).

Apres avoir tate : song (after 1744). 539.

Apres la mort du grand Louis : song

(after 1744, etc.). 551, 557 (King's

336, f. 175).

Apres le malheur effroyable : song
(after 1737). 525.



678



INDEX I.



Apr^s le retour de Torcy : song (after

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

f.l5).
Apres les serments : song by IMorel.

525.
Apres tout pourquoi s'^tonner : song

(after 1744). 540.
Apri '1 suo verde seuo : song by CI. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (.36877, f. 74).
Apri le luci : song by Scarlatti. 490,

499.
April is in my mistress' face : madrigal

by Morley. 144, 150, 167.
"April showers " : part-song by Hatton.

457.
Aprimi il petto ; fr. opera by Piccinni,

293.
Aquila generosa : songbyZiani. 508.
"At hyd y nos " : duet by Haydn. 93.
Arabella, sole paragon : madrigal (?)

by M. Pearson. 151.
Ardi, ardi, cor mio : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 64).
Ardi e gela: madrigal (late 16th cent.).

131.

madrigal (18th cent.). 175.

madrigal by Giovanelli. ^i.ArdOjSi.

Ardo, ardo d' amore : song by Scarlatti.

489.

Ardoche: madrigal (after 1604). 145.

Ardo d' amor : song (earlv 19th cent.).
612.

Ardo, donna, per voi : madrigal by
Pevernage. 167, 175.

Ardo, dunque. v. Nuova angioletta.

Ardo e taccio : madrigal by [E. G.]
Bernabei. 175.

Ardo misero : song by Reggio. 486.

Ardo, ne so per chi : song by Ariosti.
508.

Ardo per te : song by Carapella. 502.

Ardo, si, ma non t' amo : song by Cara-
pella. 502.

madrigal [by Giovanelli]. 145.

Ardo tacito amante : madrigal by [E. G.]

Bernabei. 175.

Are the white hours for ever fled : glee
by Callcott. 110.

"Argia" (?) : part of opera by [J. C]
Bach. V. II figlio tuo.

Argyll is my name : song (two settings)
arranged by Haydn. 619, 621.

"Arianna": opera by Handel. 348
(arrangement of minuet), 446 (sym-
phonies).

opera by Monteverde. v. Ahi, che

non pur risponde ; Ahi, fatto in-
degno ; Dove, dove e la fede ; lo sono,
io son contenta ; Lasciatemi morire ;
Ma che sian ; Misera, ancor do loco ;
Nacqui regina ; Teseo ; Vivo, moro.

song by Montuoli. v. Mentre

desta.

"Arianna abbandonata " : by Chelleri.
V. SuUe deserte sponde.



"Arianna e Teseo": opera by G. B.
Casali. v. Ah, di furor.

part of opera by Porpora. 262. v.

also Un altro oggetto.

"Arianna in Nasso": song by Siiss-

mayr. 598.
"Arianna piangente." v. In solitario

scoglio.
"Arianne": songby Courbois. v. Sous

les arbres.
"Arianne [? et Th6s6e] " : opera [by

Mouret (?)]. v. Ah, Tontine.
" Ariodante " : part of opera by Handel.

297.
Arion, when through tempest : song by

Greene. 527.
"Arione." v. Al soave spirar.
Arise, arise, arise, I say : madrigal

{tcvip. Eliaabeth). 1.39.
Arise, arise, fair sun : duet by Hilton.

55.
Arise, awake : madrigal by Morley. 174.

madrigal by S. Wesley. 192.

Arise from the grave ; fr. incidental

music by Bishop. 399, 409.
Arise, get up, my dear : madrigal by

Morley. 145, 169, 174 (31413, f. 37b).
Arise, great monarch : ode by Blow.

213.
Arise, my muse: ode by H. Purcell.

215, 217.
Arise, ye subterranean winds : song by

Reggio. 481, 482, 484-5.
" Aristippus." v. Let care be a stranger.
Arlequin dit. v. Vous allez, belle prin-

cesse.
Arm, arm, arm, Britons : ode by J.

Eccles. 214.
Arm, for our ancient foe : catch by

Hilton. 26, 35.
Arma lo sguardo ; fr. opera by Handel.

269.
Arma virumque cano : motet by J.

Fries and H. Textor. 197.
Armatevi di vezzi ; fr. opera (1762). 296.
Arniati, cieca dea : song (after 1699, etc.).

491, 499.
Armati di coraggio : song (1683?). 485.
Arm'd with javelin ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 644.
Arme alia mano : madrigal [by Du-

mont?]. 156.
" Armida" (?) : opera by J. C. Bach. v.

Volgimi, o cara.

opera by Haydn. 369.

opera by Jommelli. v. Ah, non

ferir ; Ah, perdona il mio trasporto ;
Ah, ti sento ; Caro mio ben, mia vita ;
Guarda che lascio ; L' arte e 1' in-
gegno ; Non ti sdegnar, mio bene ;
Torna pure.

(? ) : intermezzo by Melani. 239.

V. also Soavi respiri.

opera by Righini. 358. v. also



Restero, ma pensa.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



679



" Armida " : opera by Sacchiui. v. Dolce

speme; Idol mio, se piii non vivi.
• opera by Salieri. v. Dilegua il



tuo timore.

■ opera by Traetta.

"Armida abbandonata.



portento.
V. Dietro



r orme fugaci.



: opera by Sarti.

by Hummel to

portions of the
267. V. also



"Armida e Rinaldo"

V. Qui '1 regno.
"Armide": epilogue

Gluck's opera. 402.
" Armide et Renaud "

opera [by LuUy].

Allez, allez ; Bornez-vous ; C'en est

fait ; C'est I'amour qui nous menace ;

Les deux Moreaux ; Les plaisirs ;

Plus j 'observe ; Pour vous ; Pour-

suivons jusqu'au tr^pas.
"Arminio": pasticcio by Perez, etc.

V. Caro sposo, amata speme ; Mai

r amor ; Nel pensar al gran cimento ;

Se r amor tuo.
Around this festive table : song by

Haydn. 618.
Arousez-vous : madrigal by Benedictus

[von Appenzell ?]. 177.
Arresta il passo : duet by Handel. 98.
Arretez, done, brave marquis : song

(after 1774, etc.). 540, 557 (King's

333, f.71b).
Arretez-vous ici, passant : song (after

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

f.l67b).
" Arsace " (?) : opera (18th cent.). 332.
Arse felice : song by Scarlatti. 589.
Arse lunga stagione : song by Mancini.

524.
Arsi gran tempo : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Art thou that she : song (1615-1626).

469.
" Artaserse" : opera (mid. 18th cent.).

V. Se al labbro ; Vo solcando.
opera (after 1761). v. Mi credi

spietata.
• opera (18th cent.), v. Cosi stu-

pisce ; Per quel paterno amplesso.

opera by Abos. v. Mi credi.

opera (?), by Lord Burghersh. v.



Conservati fedele.

opera by F. Ciampi.



V. Torna



innocente.

— opera by Cimarosa.
beir idol.

— opera by Galuppi. '



V. Per pieta,
V. Se non ti



moro.

— opera by Gluck.
opera by Hasse.



V. Se del fiume.
259, 333. V. also



Conservati fedele ; Non e ver che sia
contento ; Se non ti moro ; Torna
innocente ; Tu vuoi che io viva.

opera [by Hummel (?)]. v. Per



pieta, beir idol ; Sento che in petto.
— opera by Insanguine. v. Fra'
cento affanui.



" Artaserse " : opera by Jommelli. 330
V. also L' onda dal mar divisa ; Per
quel i)aterno amplesso.

opera by G. Manna, v. Bramar

di perdere ; Se del fiume.

opera by Mazzoui. v. L' onda dal

mar divisa.

opera by Pampani. v. Conservati

fedele ; Deh, respirar ; Per quel pa-
terno amplesso ; Se al labbro mio ;
Yivero, se tu lo vuoi.

opera by Perez. v. Mi credi

spietata.

opera by Pergolesi. v. Non ti



son padre.

opera by Piccinni.



V. Conservati



fedele.

— opera
quel paterno amplesso.

— opera by Terradellas. v
vati fedele ; Deh, respirar ;
dal mar ; Se d' un amor.

— opera by Vinci. 258. v.



by Sacchini (?). v. Per

Conser-
L' onda

also
Conservati fedele ; Deh, respirar ; Fra
cento affanni ; Per quel paterno am-
plesso ; Per quell' affetto ; Se d' un
amor ; Tu vuoi che io viva ; Vo
solcando.
" Artaxerxes " : opera by Arne. v. Fair
Aurora ; If o'er the cruel tyrant.

opera adapted by Bishop from

Arne, Mozart, etc. 397, 418.

Arte mi siano i crini : madrigal by B.

Pallavicino. 131, 143.
" Artemisia " : opera by Cimarosa. 389.

V. also Ah, se perdo ; Alme grandi ;

INIi brami ; Tremante, confusa.
"Arvire et Evelina": opera begun by

Sacchini, and ended by J. B. Rey.

314.
As at noon Dulcina rested : song (1615-

1626). 469.
As Cfesar wept : madrigal by Tallis.

149.
As Celia was learning : catch by Isham.

44.
As Chloe, the soft artist of the plain :

song (1717-1737). 503.
As Cupid one day : duet by Bishop. 96.

song by Hook. 620.

As Cupid roguishly one day : song by

[J.] Eccles. 505.
As Dolly and Nan : catch by Lord

Mornington. 44.
As early I walk'd : song (18th cent.). 593.
As ev'ry flow'r doth spring in May :

madrigal (after 1604). 145.
As fair as morn : madrigal by Wilbye.

187.
As Flora slept : madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f. 15).
As fortune's billows heaved me ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 376.
As from a rock: song (late 18th cent.).

595.



680



INDEX I.



As habet uncias duodecim : song (11th-

12th cent.). 464.
As I carelessly tripp'd it along : song

by Hook. 616.
As I gang'd o'er the links of Leith :

song by Hook. 616.
As I hoop round my cask; fr. opera

[by Shield]. 32.3.
As I me walked : catch (1609, etc.).

35, 37 (31462, f.48), 88.
As I slept on the bank : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 603 (35278, S. 49b,

60, 65).
As I was going to Derby : glee by Call-

cott. 107.
As I went by the way : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 36.
As I went over Tawny Marsh : song

(1681). 484.
As I went walking : madrigal by J.

Mundy. 162.
As in the cool of early day : song by

T. Miles. 624.
As in the night, v. Come la notte.
As into port the vessel turns ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 377, 378.
As it fell upon a day : duet by J.

Barnett. 96.
As Jenny one morning : catch by [G.]

Berg. 37.
As late by a sodger I chanced to pass :

song (late 18th cent.). 596.
As life what is so sweet: song (1630).

471.
As love inscrutable : song by J. Gamble.

498.
As matchless beauty : madrigal by

Wilbye. 187.
As Nancy danc'd : glee by S. Webbe.

98, 101.
As now the shades of eve : glee by

[?B.] Cooke. 113.
As now we're met : catch by Purcell.

45.
As o'er the varied meads : glee by S.

Webbe. 99.
As of all states : madrigal by [C]

Butler. 170.
As oft I do record : song (1678-1682).

478.
As on a day Sabina fell asleep : song

(1615-1626). 468.
As on an eminence I stood : song (late

18th cent.). 596.
As on his country wreck'd he gaz'd :

song by Bishop. 633.
As on his death-bed : song by W.

Turner. 483.
As on Septimius' panting breast : song

(1682-90). 484.

cantata by Blow. 13 (2), 14 (3).

As one in care I do lament : madrigal

{te7np. Elizabeth). 139.
As pensive one night ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 646.



As physic's skill : madrigal (after 1608).

149.
As Roger last night : catch by Purcell.

41.
As skipping o'er the new-mown hay :

song by Hook. 615.
As soon as the chaos ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 248.
As swift as time : song by W. Savage.

572.
As the fond mother : glee (late 18th

cent.). 108.
As the moments roll: glee by S. Webbe

[jun.]. 101.
As the night-guard I keep : song by

Hatton. 639.
As the stars are to evening : song by J.

Barnett. 629.
As there be three blue beans : catch by

Hilton. 26, 35.
As Thomas was cudgel'd : catch by

Greene. 37.
As thou dost look : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
As wanton birds : madrigal by Weelkes.

184.
As water fluid is : duet by Reggio. 58.
As wit and beauty ; fr. table enter-
tainment bv Dibdin. 647.
As ye like it (18th cent.). 202 (321).
"As you like it " : opera by T. A. Arne.

V. Blow, blow, thou winter wind ;

When daisies pied.

opera by Bishop. 412.

" Ascanio in Alba": opera by Mozart.

353.
Asciugate i begli occhi : duet by Bi-

gaglia. 80.
Ascolta, Filomena : song by [? G. M.]

Capelli. 527.
Ascolta, infida : song by L. K. Wid-

mann. 613.
Ascoltami, o caro ; fr. opera by R. di

Capua. 268.
Ascoltate i miei crucci : song by Reggio.

486.
"Ash-Wednesday" (18th cent.). 202

(337).
Ask me no more where Jove : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
Ask not why humble Giles : trio bv M.

Cooke. 658.
Aspasia e a me. v. Al mio dolce e vivo

ardore.
Aspettate adesso canto : song by Cesti.

496.
Aspre cure: duet (early 18th cent.).

62.
Assis pres de la jeune Annette : song

(1760). 567.
Assis sur I'herbette : song (1760). 566.
Assist me, ev'ry tuneful bard : song by

Worgan. 568.
Assur6ment je voudrais bien. v. Quand
d'OrMans.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



681



"Astarto": fragment of the opera by

[? G. B.] Buononcini. 446. v. also

Amante e sposa ; Con disperato

sdegno ; La costanza ; Sapete che

in amor.
" Astianatte " (?) : opera by Sacchini.

V. L' ombra diletta.

opera by Vinci, v. Per amor.

"Aston hall " (18th cent.). 199 (57).
"Astree": opera by Colasse. Skit upon

it, 1691. 521.
Astri fieri ; fr. opera by Scarlatti. 336.
Astri fierissimi : song by Sarri. 513.
Astri, voi che in ciel ; apparently f r. opera

(late 17th cent.). 234.
<' Astrop wells " (18th cent.). 201 (202).
Astruc avec Chirac: song (after 1744).

549.
At a crossing in the Strand : song by

Hatton. 639.
At Charlotte's tomb : duet by C. Wesley.

95.
At ev'n when on each heather-bell :

song by Hummel. 631, 633.
At night, by moonlight : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 560.
At St. Osyth, by the mill : song [by S.

Howard]. 594.
At setting day: song [by S. Howard].

593, 596.
At sound of her sweet voice : madrigal

by Quinziani. 186, 188.
At that dread hour : glee by W. Linley.

116.
At the close of the ev'ning : catch by

Purcell. 41.
At the coming of the spring : part-song

by Hatton. 457.
At the nice court : song (1666). 475.
At the song of "My lady's lace " : catch

by [W.] Turner. 29, 37 (31462, f. 16b),

39.
"At Wapping"; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
At Willie's wedding : song arranged by

Haydn. 618.
" Atalanta " : opera by Handel, v.

Lascia che io parta.
"Atholl braes": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
Atre cure. v. Aspre cure.
Attendi, attendi, o fido cor : song by

Mancini (?). 564.
"Attila": opera by G. Farinelli. v.

Questo e 1' acciar.

opera by Verdi. 434, 449.

"Attilio Regolo": opera (?), by Lord

Burghersh. v. Grazie vi rendo.

opera by II duca di Caputo. v.

Pace, amor ; Se piu felice ; Sempre
e maggior ; Sol pud dir.

opera by Galuppi. v. Deh, non



oscun.

— (?) opera by Hummel, v. Pace,
amor.



" Attilio Regolo " : opera by Jommelli.
344, 350.

opera by N. Sala. v. Se piu

felice.

opera by Scarlatti. 250.

"Atys": portions of the opera by

Lully. 237, 203-4 passim, 267, 334.
V. also Allons, allons, accourez tons ;
D'une Constance extreme ; Devant

tes vers ; En vain j'ai respecte ;

L'hymen seul ; La beaute la plus

severe ; Le printemps ; Pauvre avare ;

Plus je caresse ma pinte ; Que

I'amour a d'attraits ; Toi qui portes.
Au bal de Mademoiselle : song (after

1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331,

f. 84b).
Au bord d'une foutaine : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 570.
Au bord de I'eau : song (1760). 566.
Au carnaval : song (after 1744). 541.
Au chant du rossignol: duet (1757).

68.
Au commissaire : song (after 1744).

556.
Au dauphin de la France. v. Au

dauphin irrit6.
Au dauphin irrit^ : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f.66).
Au dieu d'amour : song (18th cent.).

580.
Au dieu Mars : song (after 1744). 556.
Au fond d'un bois solitaire Chloris :

song (1760). 566.
Au fond d'un bois solitaire le berger :

song (1760, etc.). b&l, 591.
" Au fond de mon caveau." v. Pacha

taut attendu.
Au g^nereux Du Lys ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 274.
Au g^nereux Roland, v. Au g6n6reux

Du Lys.
Au gibet que Ton a dresse : song (after

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

f.21b).
Au jardin de ma tante. v. C'est au

jardin.
Au jardin de Versailles (after 1744),

549.
Au joli bois : madrigal by N. Gombert.

134.

madrigal by Tessier. 166.

Au joli son : madrigal by Gero. 176.
Au lieu d'un galant ouvrage ; fr. opera

[by Rameau]. 274.
Au loin j'entends: song by A. G.

Thomas. 640.
Au magazin de St. Nicaise. v. Sur trois

filles d'opera.
Au meurtre, au guet : song (after 1744,

etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334, f. 19b).
Au milieu d'une paix profonde ; fr.

opera [by Lully]. 263.
Au milieu de leur gloire : duet (1757).

67.



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INDEX I.



Au milieu de tant de conquetes : song

(after 1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's

332, f. 206b).
Au saint jour du Grand Vendredi :

song (after 1726, etc.). 518, 538, 557

(King's 332, f. 232).
Au seuil mysterieux ; song by A. G.

Thomas. 640 (36740, no. 7).
Au temps d'ete : song or madrigal

(13th-14th cent.). 465.
Au temps jadis: song (after 1744).

555.
Aubry sans peine : song (after 1744).

554.
Auch dir ertone : song by Giirrlich.

599.
Auf, Briider, scblinget Arm in Arm' :

song by A (late 18th cent.). 599.

Auf, Briider, singt : song by A

(late 18th cent.). 598.
Auf, Biirger, auf : chorus by Hummel.

50.
Auf den griin-bemahlteu Feldern :

song (1640). 472.
Auf einen Ball in Wien ; fr. opera [by

Hummel ?]. 319.
Auf ! Lasst uns singen : song by B. A.

Weber. 599.
Augelletti, al vostro canto : song by

L. Manza. 490.
Augelletti canori : song by Reggio.

486.
Augelletti che cantata : song by G.

Fischietti. 514.
Augelletto garruletto : song by Ariosti,

508.
Augellin, che tra le frondi : song by

Astorga. 585, 586.
Augusta is inclin'd to fears : catch

(1681). 27.
"Auld Robin Gray." v. When the

sheep are in the fauld ; Young

Jamie.
Aupres d'un buisson ; song (1760, etc.).

567, 580.
Aupres d'une jeune epouse : song

(1728). 523.
Aupres d'une jeune merveille : duet

(1757). 67.
Aupres de la Bastille : song (after 1744,

etc.). 530, 557 (King's 330, f. 58).
Aura, che dolce spiri e scherzi : song

by — Murray. 610, 611.
Aura, che dolce spiri, se a me : song by

Paer. 622.
Aura gentil : madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 33).
Aure amiche, ah, non spirate : song

(after 1794). 576.
Aure amiche, che volate : operatic

scena by Tarchi. 403.
Aure belle ; fr. opera [?] by Hummel.

319.
Aure care, frondi amene : song by
Bigaglia. 512.



Aure care, oime : duet by Feroce.

78.
Aure, che qui d' intorno : song by

Bigaglia. 512, 558.



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