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Aure fresche : madrigal by Stradella.

169.
Aure grate : song by Gasparini. 528.
Aure, o voi che accogliete : song by

Bigaglia. 558.
Aure, o voi che infiato : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Aure placide volanti : song by G. Casa-

lotti(?). 492 (36877, f. 128).

song by Reggio. 486.

Aure soavi : song [by Handel]. 582.
Aure, spirate ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Aure vaghe : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Aure, voi che volate : duet by StefEani.

70, 76, 81.
" Aurenge-Zebe " : opera by J. Eccles.

V. She heard the summons.

opera by H. Purcell. v. I see she

flies me.

Aurette, che placide : song by L. K.

Widmann. 610 (2), 613.
Aurette leggiere, che intorno scherzate :

song (early 19th cent.). 612.
Aurette leggiere, che intorno spirate ;

fr. opera by Terziani. 313.
"Aurora"; by J. C. Bach. v. Gia

Febo.
Aurora beams bright : song (1789).

575.
Aus dem Strome des Genusses : song

by B. A. Weber. 599.
" Aus der Feme." v. tJber jener Berge-

Hohen.
Aussitot que la lumiere : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 569.
"Australia." v. O'er many a foaming

billow.
Autrefois les femmes : song (after 1726).

519.
Autumnus comes : song by S. Wesley.

575.
Aux armes, chers amis: duet (1757).

68.
Aux champs fleuris : song (late 18th

cent.). 597.
"Aux deux sexes." v. Dans le cours

de mon hymen^e.
Aux yeux (?) : madrigal (after 1604).

145.
Avant de franchir : song by E. Bru-

guiere. 637.
Avant de province en province : song

(after 1726). 521.
Avant le moment bienheureux : song

(17th cent.). 491.
Avant mes jours : madrigal by C. Le

Jeune. 161.
Avant que d'aimer Lisette : song (1760).

568.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



683



Avant que cV avoir uii dauphin : song

(after 1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's

536, f.83).
Avant que tes beaux yeux : song by A.

G. Thomas. 640.
Avec un teint par trop fard6 : song

(after 1744). 554.
Avec une belle figure : song (after

1744). 554.
Avec vous mon amour finira : madrigal

[?by J. T. Gerarde]. 134.

madrigal by N. Payen. 176.

Aveva 1' idol mio : song (1715-1725?).

511.
Avez-vous ressenti I'absence : song

(after 1726). 520.
Avoir de genereux amis : song (after

1744). 544.
Avran termine. v. Wi hai da piangere

un di.
Avril, I'honneur : song by J. J. Rous-
seau. 569.
Avro sempre nel petto ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235.
Awa' wi' the witchcraft : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 10,

17b, 26).
Av7a', wigs, awa' : song (late 18th

cent.). 596.
Awake, ^olian lyre : glee by Danby.

118.
Awake, aged minstrel : duet by J.

Barnett. 96.
Awake, awake, fair goddess of this

place : cantata by [W.] Hall. 13.

song by T. Kingsley. 484.

Awake, awake, my lyre, and tell : ode

by Blow. 210 (3), 211.

song by Reggio. 480.

Awake, celestial harmony : ode by P.

Hart. 216.
Awake, fair Venus : trio by Lenton.

650.
Awake, my harp, some joyful measure :

glee by Bishop. 114.
Awake, Constantine : words of ope-
ratic air [by T. Farmer]. 245.
Awake softly : madrigal by H. Peacham.

146.
Awake, sweet love : madrigal by J.

Dowland. 132, 164, 169, 181.
Awake, ye woful wights ; fr. opera by

R. Edwards (?). 225.
Away, away, ye notes of woe : song by

J. Lodge-Ellerton. 627.
Away, fond youth: catch [? by Dibdin].

42.
Away ! Let nought ; duet arranged by

Kozeluch. 87.
Away, lo, Sol old winter driveth :

madrigal by T. Miles. 191.
"Away, my herd, to the oaken grove."

V. "Hob y deri danno."
"Away, my herd, under the green

oak." V. "Hob y deri dando."



Away ! To Comus' court repair ; fr.
opera by S. Wesley. 324.

Away with fear ; fr. opera by Dibdin.
374.

Away with the causes of riches : part-
song by M. Lock. 453.

Away with these : madrigal by J. Dow-
land. 164, 169.

" Axur, Kouig von Ormus." v. " Axur,
re d' Ormus."

"Axur, re d' Ormus " : opera by Salieri.
809, 358.

Ay, ay, master Serjeant ; fr. opera by
Dibdin. 374.

Ay, beshrew you : madrigal by W.
Cornish, jun. 125.

Ay, como las esperanzas : duet by G.
Casalotti(?). 58.

Ay ua gorve : song arranged by
Hummel. "632.

Ay waking : duet by Haydn. 92.

Ayez done piti^. v. Deplorons la de-
cadence.

Ayez pitie de votre amant : madrigal
[?by J. T. Gerarde]. 133.

Ayez pitie, mesdames. v. D6plorous
la decadence.

Ayez quelque complaisance : song (after
1744). 547.

B . . . . , il vous faut quitter Paris :

song (after 1744, etc.). 530, 557

(King's 330, f.92).
B u bu, z a za. v. Buzarave ben.
Bacchus a comble nos souhaits : duet

(1757). 69.
Bacchus a comble vos d^sirs : duet

(1757). 67.
Bacchus a moi : duet (1757). 68.
"Bacchus and Ariadne " : part of opera

(1799). 323.
Bacchus, c'est toi : duet (after 1737,

etc.). 64, 68.
Bacchus est aimable ; fr. opera [by

Colasse]. 256.
Bacchus, je cheris : duet (1757). 67.
Bacchus, Jove's delightful boy : duet

(late 18th cent.). 86.

glee (late 18th cent.). 104.

Bacchus, par tes bienfaits : duet (1757).

67.
Bacha. v. Pacha.
Baci affiammati ; Baci amorosi ; Baci

cortesi ; Baci, oime. v. Baci soavi ;

by Marenzio.
Baci soavi : madrigal by Gesualdo. 172.

madrigal by Marenzio. 179.

Bacia e ribacia : madrigal [? by Ma-
renzio]. 143, 178.

Baciami, vitamia : madrigal [by Croce].
143.

madrigal by Faignent. 167, 175.

Baciero pur fortunato : song by Scar-
latti. 589.

Bacio quel fiore. v. Nel sue bel prato.



684



INDEX I.



Back, shepherd, back ; fr. masque by

H. Lawes. 325.
Badet, captivating Badet ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 426.
Badinez. v. Prelat, que la faini ; etc.
Baise-moi, je n'aime que toi : song

(1760). 566.
Baise-moi, mes amours : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Baisez-moi : canon by Josquin des Pr6s.

6.
Baisons, chers amis : song (after 1726).

519.
" Bajazette " : opera by Bernasconi. v.

La bella Irene.

opera by Lord Burgbersh. 409.

— — opera by Leo. v. Ma gia vacilla.
Balance a straw (18th cent.). 202 (372).
Bald ist das Patrocinium : song by

Hummel. 632.
"Balk" (18th cent.). 199(91). v. also

" The recruiting officer."
Balmy gale : glee by Stevens. 103.
Balmy pledge of love : glee by T. Miles.

115.
Balow : madrigal (after 1597). 132.
Balov7, my babe : glee by J. Corfe. 102.
Balow, my boy, lie still : song by W.

[Lawes ?J. 493.
Baize alpestri : song by Scarlatti. 577.
Banbury ale: catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 36.
Banco delle mie pene ; fr. opera by

Lecce. 284.
Bang klirrt das Erz. v. " Deutschlands

Retter."
" Barbadoes song." v. No more, great

rulers.
"Barbara Allen." v. 'Twas at the

hour of dark midnight.
Barbari, si, v' intendo ; fr. opera by

Vinci. 340.
Barbaro, i voti miei. u. "Giro"; by

Scarlatti.
Barbaro insidioso : song by Colonna.

488.
"Barley cake " (18tb cent.). 199 (4).
" Barley straw " (18th cent.). 201 (213).
" Barley sugar " ^18th cent.). 199 (5).
Baroncello de Tonin : song (early 19th

cent.). 610.
Barrels thirty-six : catch (late 18th

cent.). 86.
Bas, fier impertinent : song (after 1744).

554.
Basta cosi, ma basta. v. Da brava

carina.
Basta cosi, t' intendo ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 272.

duet by G. B. Martini. 71 (14135,

f.56; 31675, f. 50).

Basta dir che la uiia pena : song by

Albinoni. 528.
Bastan gli affanni ; fr. opera by Cocchi.

294.



Bastava ben. v. Quella donna real'.
Basti fin qui : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Bastienne est bien malade : song (1728).

523.
Battez, tambours : song (after 1744,

etc.). 554, etc.
Be as thou wast wont to be ; fr. opera

adapted from Battishill. 396.
Be it known to all ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 644.
Be kind and love : operatic (?) song

(1762). 297.
Be mine, dear maid ; fr. opera by

Bishop. 398.
Be not proud : song by W. Lawes.

473, 477.
Be peace ! Ye make me spill my ale :

madrigal {temp. Henry VIII. ). 125.
Be quick, my boys : chorus (1678-

1682). 47.
Be still, ye winds : duet [? by T. A.

Arne]. 71.
Be this helm with laurel braided ; fr.

opera by Balfe. 426.
Bear me hence, ye pitying pow'rs :

song (1762). 568.
Bear me, ye winds : glee by Callcott.

100, 102, 106.
Beato chi d' amor : madrigal (16th

cent.). 136.
Beaufort est dans le donjon : song

(after 1726). 517.

(another setting) : song (after

1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330,
f.l35).

Beaut6, qui me voyez mourant : song

(1620-1621). 470.
Beauties, have you seen a toy : song

(1656-1659). 475.

trio by H. Lawes. 475, 648, 652.

Beauty and favour : song [? by Gamble].

476, 497.
Beauty and love : song [by H. Lawes].

478.
Beauty sat bathing : song [by R. Jones].

468.
Beauty's crown : song by — King. 485.
Beauvais, la borgnesse : song (after

1726). 519.
Beaux yeux de Climene : song (after

1726). 520.
Beaux yeux, doux tyrans : song (1620-

1621). 470.
Because he was a bonnie lad : Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 207.
Because my love. v. Cantai gia ; I

sang sometime.
Beds of roses (18th cent.). 198.
Before the sun had gilt the morn : song

(1630). 471.
Begad, ye be a pretty pod. v. Ay, be-

shrew you.
Begin, and strike th' harmonious lyre :

ode by D. Purcell. 211.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



685



Begin the noble song : ode by S. Wesley.
219, 222, 223, 224 (2). v. also "Or-
pheus could lead."

Begin the song ; your instruments ad-
vance : ode by I31ow. 213.

Begli occhi lusinghieri : song by Giaij.
528.

Begli occhi, o Dio : duet by Steffani.
78, 90.

Begli occhi, perdonate : song (18th-
19th cent.). 578.

Begli occhi, pieta : duet by Steffani. 81.

Begli occhi, poiche vi deggio amar :
song by Albiuoni. 528.

Begone all fruitless joys : song by Ba-
nister. 483.

Begone, disperse ; fr. ode bv Dibdin.
219.

Begone, dull care : song (1789). 575,
600.

Begraben er ward um Mitternacht :
song by J. Lodge-Ellerton. 628.

Behind von hills : song by I. Pleyel.
601, 603 (35278, f. 1).

Behold and listen : song by J. Courte-
ville. 487.

Behold and see how birds do fiv : mad-
rigal by T. Stretton. 122.

Behold my arrows and my bow : masque
by Blow. 230.

Behold, the fairies ; fr. opera by Dibdin.
376.

Behold, the hour : duet by Haydn. 93.

Behold, where Dryden's less presump-
tuous car : song by S. Wesley. 577.

Bei crini : song by G. [B.] Buononcini.
590.

Bei labbri : madrigal by [E. G.] Ber-
nabei. 175.

song by Lord Burghersh. 614.

Bei prati : song by Scarlatti. 588.
Beim Schmerz, der dieses Herz durch-

wLihlet : song by Haydn. 572.
Bel piacer saria : duet by J. G. Nau-
mann. 84.

fr. opera by Perez. 290.

Bel rosignuol : song by Reggio. 486.
Bel sospiro : song by Pistocchi. 490.
Bel tempo che vola : song (1682-1690).

485.
Bel tempo per me : song by Carissimi.

577.
Belinda, see : glee by Stevens. 103.
" Belisario " (?) : opera by Galuppi. v.

Se tu sei.
Beliza, shade your shining eyes : song

(after 1669?). 477.

song by W. Lawes. 473.

Bella bocca : song by B. Pasquini.

490.
Bella ca' : song (18th-19th cent.). 607.
Bella cosa e ; fr. opera by Galuppi. 291.
Bella costanza : song (1683?). 485.
Bella donna costante. v. Ghe io ti

manchi.



Bella dunque : song by Scarlatti. 588.
Bella e gentil fornaja : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Bella figlia che sei ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 344.
Bella Filli : song bv G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 16b)."

song by Reggio. 486.

Bella Fillide, star non possono : song

by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 81b).
Bella immagin ; fr. opera by Benedict.

429.
Bella insalata : song (early 19th cent.).

612.
Bella Irene : song by Conte [di] S. Se-

condo. 502.
Bella mano : song (1721). 513.
Bella Nice : duet by Asioli. 95.
Bella, quanto crudel : madrigal by A.

della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 31).
Bella rosa d' amore : song by Cordelia.

556.
Bella sorte : madrigal by Clari. 157.
Bella speranza : song by Gasparini.

563.
Belle alme fortunate ; fr. opera by

Albuzi. 335.
" Belle amie." v. Gentle river.
"Belle brune" : song (after 1744, etc.).

529, 557 (King's 330, f. 17b). v. also

Sainte Hermine.
Belle Chassiron : song (after 1726). 517.
Belle comtesse, dites nous ; fr. opera

(after 1726). 256 (words).

song (after 1744). 530.

Belle et charmante brune : song (after
1744). V. Aupres de la Bastille ; etc.

song (another setting, 18th cent.).

532, 580.

Belle et charmante reine : song (after

1744). 551.
Belle Fanchon; fr. opera [by Colasse].

254.
Belle fonti. v. " II prigionier fortunate."
Belle Iris, je brise ; fr. opera [by LuUy],

254.
Belle Iris, je cherche : song (after 1726).

520.
Belle Iris, le ciel: song (18th cent.).

579.
Belle luci, che accendete ; fr. opera by

Cafaro. 292.
I Belle luci guerriere : song by Gaffi. 563.
'; Belle mie calde lagrime ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 283.
Belle ninfe, e nato Aprile : canon by

Metastasio. 6.
Belle ninfe, scherzando danzate : canon

(19th cent.). 12.
Belle Phyllis, en attendant : song (after

1726). 519.
Belle sembrano : song by Abbe — Bani.

588.
Belle veneri ; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

235.



686



INDEX I.



"Belleisle": Freuch tuue (late 18th

cent.). 203.
Belleisle, eurage suborneur : song (after

1744). 555.
Belleisle par ses paquets : song (after

1744). 555.
" Bellerofonte " : opera by Jommelli.

V. Se perde 1' usignuolo.
" Bellerophon " : opera [by LuUy]. v.

Heureuse mort ; Que ce jardin se

change ; Quel spectacle charmant ;

Vortigue, Monsieur.
Bellezza che s' ama : song (168-3 ?). 485.
"Bellezza ed onesta." v. "Una cosa

rara."
Bellezza fedele: duet by G. [B.] Buo-

noncini. 60.
Bello, ma superbetto. v. "Giro"; by

Scarlatti.
Belta costante : song (1712). 510.
Belta, poiche t' assenti : madrigal by

Gesualdo. 164.
Ben Bowser : song by Hook. 616.
Ben credeva io : madrigal by Renaldi.

171 (29400, f.54b).
Ben da maestro eccellente : song by

[? B.] Marini. 568.
Ben dovrei, occhi leggiadri : duet by

Lotti. 91, 176.
Ben r alme : madrigal by B. Pallavi-

cino. 143.
Ben lo prova il mio core : song by R

G . 527.

Ben mi credetti : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Ben mille uotti : madrigal [by V. RuSo] .

175.
Ben mio, quel verme : song by Scarlatti.

587.
Ben sperai : madrigal (? 16th cent.).

143.
Ben talora in ciel : duet (1st half of

18th cent.). 65.
Ben ti sta, traditor : song by Scarlatti.

589.
Ben vede il rosignuolo : song by Gas-

parini (?). 563.
"Ben Wait's thatched house" (18th

cent.). 201 (276).
Benche amar, crudel : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 122.
Bench^ innocente ; fr. opera by Ber-

nasconi. 271.
Benche io serva con fe : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 122.
Benche io sia certo : madrigal by

Ingegneri. 166.
Benche la bella mia : song by Mancini.

585.
Bench^ mi sia crudele ; fr. opera by

Handel. 261, 339.
Benche, o sirena : song by Scarlatti.

526.
Bench^ partir da te : madrigal by

Nicol6 del Proposto. 122.



Benche rigide luci belle : song (1721).

513.
Benche ti sia crudel ; fr. opera by

Manna. 272.
Benche turbar si veda ; fr. opera by

R. di Capua. 266.
Bene amare : song by C. P. Pollaroli.

508.
Bene e ragion : madrigal [? by B.

Pallavicino]. 131.
Bene ho del caro oggetto : madrigal by

F. Roussel. 159.
Beneath a churchyard yew : glee by

M. Rock. 101, 113.
Beneath a dark and melancholy grove :

song by H. Purcell. 483.
Beneath a green shade : song by I.

Pleyel. 600.
Beneath a poplar's friendly shadow :

song (late 18th cent.). 596.
Beneath a shady willow : incidental

music by W. Turner. 229 (2).
Beneath, a sleeping infant lies : glee by

S. Wesley. 97, 119.
Beneath a spreading willow shade :

song by Hook. 620.
Beneath, an infant sleeping lies : glee

by Stevens. 103.
Beneath the laurel's friendly shade :

song by Hummel. 629.
Beneath the silent rural cell : glee by

[H.] Harington. 110.
Beneath this gloomy shade : song by

James Hart. 484.
Beneath this humble turf : trio by

M. Cooke. 658.
Beneath this stone the Earl of Lin-
coln lies : catch (late 18th cent.),

40.
Beneath those rugged elms : glee by

T. Miles. 115.
Beneath yon grassy hillocks : trio by

S. W[esley ?]. 658.
Benedetto sia '1 tempo, v. Lieto, felice.
Benedicite 1 What dreamed I : madrigal

(1501, etc.). 124, 160.
Benigna godi. v. Wie bist du doch.
Benserade, Benserade : song (after

1726). 517.
" Berenice "(?) : air from the opera

(1774-1775). 304.

opera by Araja. v. " Lucio Vero."

opera by Cafaro. v. Santo al core.

Berenice, che fai ; fr. opera by Gluck.

293.
Berenice, ove sei ; f r. opera by Sacchini.

314. V. also Ombra, che pallida.
Bergers et bergeres : song (after 1744).

536.
Bergers, reunissons ; fr. opera [by

L. Lully and J. B. LuUy, jun.]. 264.
"Berkshire." v. Hark, hark! 'Tis a

voice.
Bertrand, de qui tout est connu : song

(1728). 523.1



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



687



Berwick, notre bon g^n^ral : song (after

1744). 562.
Besan(?on, laissez-vous prendre ; fr.

opera [by Lully]. 255.
Beside a fountain : madrigal [by Mor-

ley]. 145.
Beside the burn : song by Hook. 573.
Beside the old hall-fire : song by Hatton.

639.
"Bess of Bedlam." v. From silent

shades.
"Bessie Bell": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.

song arranged by Haydn. 617.

" Beverley assembly " (18th cent.). 202

(310).
Bevete voi, no : canon (19th cent.). 12.
Beviamo tutti : trio by Giardini. 655,

656.
Bevo da tuoi bei lumi : duet by Mar-
cello. 83.
Bewail I may. v. What remedy.
Beware : part-song by Hatton. 456.
Beyond the desert mountains ; fr. opera

by J. Eccles. 243.
Beze, ce rainistre fameux. v. Metresat

a dit.
"Bianca, the brave's bride": part

of opera by Balfe. 428 (overture),

440.
Bianchi cigni : madrigal by Marenzio.

173, 178.
Bibamus hilares : trio by T. Tempest.

652.
Bien loin de trouver ridicule : song

(after 1744, etc.). 553, 557 (King's

337, ff. 100b, 182b).
Bilbaud m'a bien bilbaud6e : song (after

1726, etc.). 520, 523.
Bionda chioma : song (1683 ?). 485.
Bionde ariste : song by Colonna. 488.
Biondi crini : song (after 1699). 491,

494.
Biondo arcier: song (17th-18th cent.).

499.
" Biriby." v. A la fin la mort ; Ecoutez

la relation ; etc.
"Bisque et dindons." v. Que tu nous

causes.
Black and grey (18th cent.). 200 (114).
"Black and white." v. Young Cupid

has two.
Black as a coal (18th cent.). 201 (199).
"Black dish bottom " (18th cent.). 199

(69).
"Black Jock." Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
"Black legs " (18th cent.). 202 (349).
"Black-eyed Susan." v. All in the

downs.
Blaise en revenant. v. Le bon due,

voyant cela.
Blaise, nouvel ^poux: duet (1757). 67.
Blaise, voyant sa Lisette ; song (18th

cent.). 580.



" Blakeney for ever " : Irish tune (18th

cent.). 204.
"Blanche de Nevers " : opera by Balfe.

441. For beginning, cf. 428 (no. 13).
Blest as th' immortal gods : glee (late

18th cent.). 102, 104.

glee by R. J. S. Stevens. 102 (2).

glee by W. P. Stevens. 119.

Blest day arise: ode [by J. Eccles].

214. V. also Inspire us.
Blest pair of sirens : glee by [J.] Alcock.

108.
Blest with your charms ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 378.
Blick', O Herz ; fr. opera by Beethoven.

450.
Blithe, blithe and merry was she : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 602, 603

(35278, if. 10, 17b, 23b).
Blithe hae I been : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 8b,

16b, 23b).
Blithesome at the close of day ; fr.

opera by Stevens (?). 371.
" Blodau Gwynedd " : song arranged by

Haydn. 621 (35274, f . 37b ; 35275,

fi. 12b, 25b). V. also You ask why.
' ' Blodau Llundain " : duet arranged by

Haydn. 93.
"Blodau 'r drain": song arranged by

Haydn. 620 (no. 32), 621 (35275,

ff.8b, 22b) ;— by Kozeluch. 603

(no. 143).
"Blodau 'r grug": song arranged by

Haydn. 621 (35274, f. 32 ; 35275,

ff. 11, 24; e^c.) ;— by Kozeluch. 603

(no. 147).
" Blodau 'r gwynwydd " : song arranged

by Haydn. 620 (no. 14), 621 (35275,

ff . 4b, 18b). V. also How closely the

woodbine.
Blonds cheveux : song (16th cent.). 466.
Blooming hedges (18th cent.). 202

(293).
Blow, blow, thou winter wind : glee by

T. A. Arne. v. Operas. 347, 408.

glee by Stevens. 103.

Blow high, blow low ; fr. opera [by

Dibdin]. 310.
Blow, shepherds, blow: madrigal by

Morley. 145, 169, 170, 174 (31413,

f. 17).
Blow there, sweet zephyrus : song (two

settings, after 1669 ?). 477, 478.
Blow thy horn, hunter : madrigal by

W. Cornish. 123, 126.
Blow thy horn, thou jolly hunter :

catch [by T. Ravenscroft]. 35, 36.
Blow, warder, blow : glee by Callcott.

110.
' ' Blowzabella " : English tune [adapted

from G. B. Buononcini]. 199 (85).
"Blue-beard." v. Hear me, hear me.
Bluely shine the summer skies : song

by Bishop. 634.



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INDEX I.



Blushete me, Carolos : trio by S. Wesley,

657, 659.
"Bob in the bed" (18th cent.). 201

(215).
"Bobbing Joe" (18th cent.). 200(100).
Boileau soutient : song (after 1744, etc.).

534, 557 (King's 331, f.89b).
"Boire a son tour." v. Le college de

Dijon.
Boire d'un vin d^licieux : song by

Duplessis. 525.
Boisguilbert vous propose ; fr. opera

by Rossini. 414.
" Bon, bon, bon." v. Et bon, bon, bon.
" Bonduca " : opera by H. Purcell.

231 (overture), 240, 243, 246, 247, 249,

310. V. also Britons, strike home ;

Jaclj, thou'rt a toper ; O lead me to

some peaceful gloom ; To arms !

Your ensigns straight display.
Bonheur de se revoir : song by A. de

Beauplan. 637.
Bonheur, descends ; fr. opera by Balfe.

430.
Bonhomme aux yeux de ratine : song

(after 1726). 517.
Bon jour, bon an : madrigal by D.

Havericq. 134.
Bon jour, m'amie, etbon an: madrigal

[by J. T. Gerarde]. 133.

madrigal by C. Le Jeune. 161.

Bonjour, m'amie Thomasse : song (after

1726). 520.
Bonjour, mon pere (18th cent.). 579.
Bonjour, sieur Due : song (after 1744),

556.
" Bonnie Anne." r. Tibby.
"Bonnie boatman." v. The Belgic

frog.
"Bonnie broom." v. How blest was I.
" Bonnie Dundee " : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207. v. also And still to her

charms.
"Bonnie Jean." v. There was a lass;

they ca'd her Meg.
"Bonnie Jean Gordon": Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207. v. also Love's

goddess ; Wert thou like me.
"Bonnie Joe of Aberdeen." v. My

mither was lame.
"Bonnie Kate of Aberdeen" (18th

cent.). 208.
"Bonnie Kitty." v. When last from

the Straits.
"Bonnie laddie": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
Bonnie lads, since we be met : catch

(late 18th cent.). 36.
Bonnie lassie : song arranged by Haydn.

618.
"Bonnie Nell." v. It is not yet a

fortnight.
Bonnie wee thing : song arranged by

Haydn. 619 ; — byKozeluch, 602,

603 (35278, f.l9), 604 (35279, f.7).



Bonny, v. Bonnie.

Bonum vinum : madrigal (early 15th

cent.). 120.
" Boring the gimlet " (18th cent.).

199 (3).
" Born drunk " (18th cent.). 201 (207).
Bornez-vous vos d^sirs ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 263.
Boschi solinghi : song (early 19th cent.),

612.
"Boscombe bucks" (18th cent.). 199

(8).
Boscot sait : song (after 1744). 542

(Eg. 816, f.69b).
" Bottle and friend" (18th cent.). 202

(302).
Bound by the near conjunction of our

souls : part-song by Hilton. 452.
Bourdaloue pent tout : song (18th

cent.). 580.
Bourgeois a cette fete : song (after 1744,

etc). 530, 537 (King's 330, f. 96).
Bourru Jans6niste : song (after 1749).

V. Vive de la France le sang.
" Bow wow" (18th cent.). 199 (.32).
Boy, come back : catch by [W.?] Cran-

ford. 29, 37 (31462, f. 6b), 38, 46.
Boy, go down : catch by Ives. 29, 37

(314P2, f. 6b), 38, 46.
Boy, go up : catch by Hilton. 30.
Boy, pity me. v. Is love a boy.
" Bradamante " : opera by — Lacoste.

Reference to, 1707. 521.
" Braemar " : Scotch tune (18th cent.).

207.
Bramar di perdere ; fr. opera by Manna.

272.
"Brave colonel." v. Tremblez, trem-

blez.
Brave Llewellyn : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 603.
Brave Noailles : song (after 1744, e/c).

545, 557 (King's 334, f. 147b).
Brave spirit, art thou fled : trio by E.

Foster. 655.
Braw, braw lads : song arranged by I.

Pleyel. 601, 603 (35278, f. lb).
" Bread and cheese " (18th cent.). 199

(36).
Break off, break of! : glee [? by Dibdin].

113.
Breathe soft, ye winds : glee (two set-
tings, late 18th cent.). 108, 109.
"Breeches loose." v. "A trip to

Bath."
Bright be the place of thy soul : song

by Charlotte A. Birch. 035.
Bright Panthea : song by [W,] Corbett.

593.
Bright Phoebus has mounted : song by

Hook. 575.
Bright star of even : song by Bishop.

634.
Bright was the morning: song (1681).

483.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



689



Brightly glows the morning, v. "Ge-
nevieve."
Bring out the cold chine : trio (late

17th cent.). 650.
Bring quickly to rue Homer's lyre :

trio by B. Rogers. 653, 655.
"Bring, shepherds, bring the kids":

ode [by Blow]. 214, 215.
Bring the bowl which you boast : glee

by T. Miles. 115.
Bring the cup ; fr. opera bv Balfe.

426.
" Briseide ": opera by Torri. 232.



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