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"Brisk and smart" (18th cent.). 201

(253).
" Britannia " (18th cent.). 200 (167).
" Britannia and Augusta." v. Ye

gen'rous arts.
Britannia mourns : canon by R. Cooke.

9.
Britannia's name ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 644.
" Britannico." v. Vanne, Neron spie-

tato.
"Britons, strike home": table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. v. Come, brother

soldiers ; Come, listen to a seaman's

ditty ; I'm what the world calls ;

Since united we are ; Sweet peace

that kindly sheds ; The sailor is the

soldier's friend ; The war 's begun ;

When Dry den wrote.
fr. opera by H. Purcell. 246, 248,

804, 321. V. also " Bonduca."
Britons, to arms your countrv calls ;

song (1804). 621.
Broglie, fameux g6n6ral : song (after

1744, etc.). 552, 557 (King's 337,

ff.95, 182).
Brooms for old shoes : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 30, 36.
" Brose and butter." v. Up went Ailie.
" Brother and sister." v. Tremble,

rash presuming foe.
Brother Jack : song by M. Cooke. 630.
Bi'own is my love: madrigal by A.

Ferrabosco. 186.
" Browning." v. The leaves be green.
Browning, Madam : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 30.
Brucio fra mille fiamme : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 558.
Briider auf, euch ist erschienen : song

by W. von B- — (late 18th cent.).

598.
Briider auf, in lauten Choren : song by

[J. C] Franz. 599.

Briider, hort das Fleh'n : song by A

(late 18th cent.). 599.
Briider, hort ! Dies' Glas vereint : song

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

Briider, ist's euch auch wie mir : song

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

Briider, jedor Ton des Mundes : song

by Giirrlich. 599.

II



Briider, lasst uns, eh' wir schliessen :

song by W (late 18th cent.). 598.

Briider, streckt nun die Gewehre : song

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

Bruler sans cesse : song (1620-1621).

470.
Brunette, c'est sans retour. v. Ingrate,

c'est sans retour.
"Buff to blanket" (18th cent.). 199

(37).
"Bull waggy bow" (18th cent.). 202

(356).
"Bung the eye" (18th cent.). 200

(182).
Buona notte : song (early 18th cent.).

613.
Burst forth, my tears : madrigal by

J. Dowlaud. 132, 164.
"Bury fair " (18th cent.). 200 (134).
Busk ye, busk ye : song arranged by

I, Pleyel. 601, 603 (35278, f. 2).
But are ye sure: songs arranged by

Haydn. 619 ;— by Kozeluch. 602,

604 (35279, ff. 5b, 12b).
But as the bird. v. Fui vicino.
But I will do. -;;. Small paths.
But lately seen : duet arranged by

Haydn. 92, 93.
But not so soon. v. The fair young

virgin.
But 0, what art can teach, v. From

Harmony ; by Handel.
But out, alas. v. My mistress had a

little dog.
But there are other things ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 374.
But when by proof, v. When young-
lings.
But why am I so abused : madrigal by

W. Newark. 124.
But with me, wretch, v. Zefiro torna.
"Buttered buns" (18th cent.). 199

(53).
"Buttered peas" (18th cent.). 199

(10).
' ' Butterfly, butterfly " : song by Bishop.

633.
Buvons a nous quatre : song (after

1726). 519.
Buvons, aimons : duet (1757). 67.
Buvons, amis : song (18th cent.). 579.
Buvons, chers amis. v. Baisons, chers

amis.
Buvons, ma commere : madrigal by

Benedictus v. Appenzell. 129.

madrigal by P. Gannain. 128.

Buzarave ben : catch (late 18th cent.).

40.
Buzz, quoth the blue-fly : catch by

[T. A.] Arne. 45.
By a bank as I lay musing in my

mind: madrigal (early 16th cent.).

122.
By a bank as I lay miusing, myself alone :

madrigal (early 16th cent.). 124.

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690



INDEX I.



By Allan's stream : song arranged by

Haydn. 619.
By and by will wed bis Sally. v. A

little blitbesonie, merry lass.
By fair Aurora's springing, v. Ye

shepberds of fields.
By force I live : madrigal by Byrd. 149.
By ber own lovely self ; fr. opera [by

Sbield]. 322.
By purling streams : song by Croft.

505.
By silver Tbames' flow'ry side : song

(late 17tb cent.). 498.
By the bope of future bliss ; fr. opera

(about 1836). 420.
By those eyes : duet (late 18th cent.).

84.
By those pig's eyes ; fr. opera by J.

Eccles. 231.
By two black eyes : catch by [J.] S.

Smith. 45.
By winding streams : glee by W. Russell.

99.
"By-slip " (IStb cent.). 202 (803).

C'en est fait, belle Sylvie ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 255.
C'en est fait ! Je m'en vais ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 254.
C'est a ce coup : song (after 1744, etc.).

543, 557 (King's 334, f.45b).
C'est ainsi qu'en furie : song (after

1744). 551.
C'est Anne: song (1620-1621). 469.
C'est au jardin de ma tante. v. C'est

ainsi qu'en furie ; etc.
C'est au pied du rocher; fr. opera b)'

Campra and Desmarets. 263.
C'est bien ici ; f r. opera by Balfe. 426.
C'est Cupidon : song (after 1744, etc.).

546, 557 (King's 334, f. 228b).
C'est dans ces lieux: song (after 1726).

520.
C'est dans nos flots ; fr. opera [by

Colasse]. 264.
C'est, done, par moi : madrigal by

Ninon le Petit. 129, 170.
C'est, done, vous : song (after 1744,

etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334, f. 194).
C'est en vain : song (18th cent.). 580.
C'est grand plaisir : madrigal by J. T.

Gerarde. 135.

madrigal by D. Havericq. 135.

madrigal by [C] Morel. 134.

C'est ici I'hotel de misere ; fr. opera

(after 1726). 256.

song (after 1744). 532.

C'est I'amour qui nous menace ; fr.

opera [by Lully]. 264.
C'est I'amour qui nous mene. v. On

entendit la jeune Climene.
C'est I'amour qui retient ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 344.
C'est I'ouvrage d'un moment, v. France,

qui soupirez.



C'est la. V. Qu'un criminel.

C'est la fille : song (1760). 566.

C'est la princesse Louise : song (after

1726). 517.
C'est la pure verite. v. "La MMi-

sance."
C'est la saison ; fr. ojiera [by Lully].

267.
C'est Law qui gouverne : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 835,

f. 84b).
C'est le dieu des eaux. v. C'est Los

Balbases.
C'est le prince d'Orange. v. " Le prince

d'Orange."
C'est Los Balbases ; fr. opera (after

1726, etc.). 254, 273, 277 (King's 331,

f. 52b).
C'est mal cherch6 : madrigal by [? A.]

Agricola. 127, 128.
C'est mon tresor : song (1760). 567.
C'est Monsieur : song (18tb cent.).

579.
C'est notre premier president : song

(after 1744, etc.). 5.36, 557 (King's

331, f. 199).
C'est notre servante : song (after 1726,

etc.). 519, 523,
C'est peu que la recompense : song

(1760). 566.
C'est pour le jour; fr. opera by Balfe.

432.
C'est trop courir: song (1620-1621).

469.
C'est trop sur amours, v. Pour faire

I'alchimie.
C'est un certain je ne sais quoi : song

(after 1744). 548.
C'est un charmant pays : song (after

1744). 553.
C'est un Ian la landerirette. v. C'est

Cupidon.
C'est une excuse, v. Comment done.
C'est une jeune fille : song (after 1744).

584.
C'est votre beauts : madrigal [by P.

Phillips]. 148.
Ca, boutons has : dialogue (after 1744,

etc.). 539, 557 (King's 332, f. 219).
Ca ! Que je te mette. v. Tu fais la

pleureuse.
Caballero mal andante ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 329.
Cacbez-vous, filles de la reine : song

(after 1726, etc.). 517, 530, 557

(King's 330, f.36b).
Cachons-leur mes alarmes ; fr. opera

by Balfe. 489.
Cachons-nous des regards de Maman.

V. Tout me dit que Lindor.
Cada r indegno ; fr. opera by N. Sala.

295.
Caddie, laddie : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
"Cadmus et Hermione": opera by



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



691



Lully. 237. v. also Gu6ris-toi ;

Heureux qui peut plaire ; Je vais

partir ; Le tourment ; Non, non, nous

n'aurons pas ; Peut-on mieux faire ;

Vos beaux yeux.
Caesaris auspitiis : motet [? by Cre-

quillon]. 194.
Cagion e fiamma dolce. v. Nasce da

bella fiamma.
" Cabin caha." v. Dans mon enfance

nul ministre.
" Cajo Fabrizio " : opera by Hasse. v.

Caro sposo amato ; Quella e mia

figlia ; Se a me torranno.
"Cajo Mario": opera by Cimarosa.

V. Figlia, coragio.

opera by Jommelli. 330. v. also

Padre, sposo.

Calami sonum ferentes : motet by C. di

Rore. 196.
Calcus et dimidius fit siliqua : song

(lltb-12th cent.). 461.
Caldi sospiri : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 124b).
"Calenig": song arranged by Haydn.

621 (35274, f. 39 ; 35275, ff. 12b, 25b).
■ V. also All wbite.

" Caligola " : opera [? by Boretti]. 236.
"Caligula." i'. Tbougb over all man-
kind.
Call for tbe ale : catch by W. Lawes. 46.
Call for the reck'ning : catch by H.

Purcell. 28, 29, 37, 41.
Call forth the song: glee by Stevens.

103.
Call George again : catch by Hilton.

29, 37, 46.
Call the spring : trio by H. Lawes. 652.
"Callirho6." v. Jupiter par sa puis-
sance ; Roy siffie.
Calma del seno i palpiti ; fr. opera by

Anfossi. 384.
Calma la i^ena ; fr. opera by F. Bertoni.

361, 370.
Calvin outre : song (after 1726, etc.).

536.
"Calypso." ^'. Cruel cupid ; For thee

the rilling water ; No more let

sorrow ; No, no ! You'd deceive me.
" Camargo " (18th cent.). 199 (9).
"Camargo, new" (18th cent.). 199 (6).
Cambyses' son: madrigal (after 1611).

147.
Came you by AthoU : song arranged by

Hummel. 628, 631, 633 (32189,

f.l28b).
"Camilla": opera by Buononcini, v.

"II trionfo di Camilla."

opera by Paer. v. Sento che

quegli sguardi.

Caminad, sospiros, adonde soleis : song
by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (.36877,
f.lOl).

"Campaspe" ('?). v. Luci belle, se
piangete.



Can any king be half so great ; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 643.
Can beauty's spring admit : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
Can love be controU'd : song (18th

cent.). 594.
Can she excuse : madrigal by J. Dow-
land. 132.
song [adapted from J. Dowland].

469.
" Candace " (?). v. Caro mio ben,

perdona.
Candide perle. v. Dainty, white pearl.
Candido leggiadretto. v. bella man.
Cangia al fine ; fr. opera by Handel.

339.
Cangia il cielo ; fr. opera by Scarlatti.

2.33, 245. V. also "II prigionier

fortunato."
Cangia la sorte ; fr. opera (1762). 297.
Cangia pensier : duet by SteSani. 70,

73, 77, 81.
Cangiata e la face : song by Gas-

parini (?). 563.
Canoni, voi volete : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Canst thou love : quartet [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 458.
Canta pur : canon by Borri. 12.
Cantai gia lieto : madrigal by Marenzio.

152 (no. 67), 178, 184.
Cantan fra rami gli augelletti : canon

by G. Matteo. 3.
Cantando un di : madrigal by Clari.

157 (2).
Cantano i piu graditi : madrigal [by

Mosto]. 145.
Cantate, ninfe : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Cantavalapiuvagapastorella: madrigal

by Marenzio. 166.
Cantiam lieti : madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 57).
Cantiam, muse : madrigal by S. Mo-

linaro. 168.
Cantin liete le ninfe : madrigal by A.

Savioli. 156.
Capelli d' oro : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 115b).
"Captain Davis" (18th cent.), 201

(278).
"Captain Morgan's march." v. "Rhy-

felgyrch cadben Morgan."
Car ce jour. v. Or est venu.
Car Dieu voulut. v. Je n'ai deuil.
Car qui en voudrait. v. A la mign-

onne.
Cara, addio ! Dammi un' amplesso ; fr,

opera by Giacomelli. 343.
Cara, addio ! Morir mi sento ; fr. opera

by G. Manna. 276, 294.

fr. opera by G. Porta. 268.

Carabelta: song (1718-1729?). 512.
Cara benda. v. " Ciro" ; by Scarlatti.
CaraBettina: song (18th cent.). 585.

2 Y 2



692



INDEX I.



Cara bocca: song (17th-18th cent.).

499.
Cara Cattina : song (early 19th cent.).

611.
Cara, da tuoi bei lumi ; fr. opera (?) by

Sarri. 343.
Cara, da voi ; fr. opera by Cherubini.

380.
Cara dolce favella : madrigal [by Gio-

vanelli]. 145.
Cara e bella violetta : song by Mareello.

526.
Cara e dolce liberta : song [adapted

from Cesti]. 491.
Cara Elisa ; song (early 19tli cent.).

612.
Cara Filli : song by C. F. Pollaroli.

508.
Cara gioja saporita ; fr. opera by Abos.

327.
Cara immago : song by Tosi. 500.
Cara, infido tu mi credi. v. Caro, ad

altrui.
Cara madre, io riconosco ; fr. opera by

Bernasconi. 266.
Cara mia Fede : song (early 19th cent.).

612.
Cara mia Nice : song (18th-19th cent.).

578.
Cara, negli occhi ; fr. opera by Zin-

garelli. 385.
Cara, nel pianto mio; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372-3 (2).
Cara, nel tuo sembiante ; fr. opera [? by

Mosca]. 312.
Cara Nina, sto affannata : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
Cara, non dubitar ; fr. opera by Cafaro.

349.
Cara, non favellar : song by Porpora.

527.
Cara, non piangere. v. " Scipione nelle

Spagne."
Cara, partir conviene : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Cara, se ^ ver che brami : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Cara, se io moro : song by Mancini (?).

564.
Cara, se un core ; fr. opera bv Jom-

melli. 270.
Cara, se vuoi : song (1807). 622.
Cara, sempre : song by Scarlatti. 489.
Cara, si : song by [? G. B.] Buononcini,

505.
Cara sposa, amato bene ; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
Cara stagion : madrigal by R. Barera.

156.
Cara, ti lascio ! Addio ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.

fr. opera by Leo. 272.

fr. opera by Pescetti. 276, 336.

Cara, tu nel mio petto ; fr. opera by

Handel. 339.



Cara, tu sei il mio bene : song by

Siissmayr. 598.
Cara vita, mio bene : canon by Borri.

12.
Caracoles me pide la vifia: song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 56).
Cardinal de La Valette : song (after

1726). 517, 557 (King's 330, f. 167),

etc.
Cardinal, vous etes de race de fol : song

(after 1744). 530.
Care donzelle ; fr. opera by D. Delia

Maria. 385.
Care fcnti, aure soavi : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Care fonti mormoranti : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 561.
Care for thy soul : madrigal [by Byrd].

150.
Care larve : song by D. Gabrieli. 500.
Care luci, amati rai : duet by J. G.

Naumann. 84.
Care luci, che regnate ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 288.
Care luci, deh, cessate ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 334.
Care luci del ben mio, se non siete :

song by A. Scarlatti. 581.
Care luci del mio bene, vi vedro ; fr.

opera by G. Scarlatti. 271.
Care luci, nel mirarvi ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 343.
Care luci, saettatemi : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Care mura : song by Scarlatti. 588.
Care pupille, addio : duet (1st half of

18th cent.). 65.
Care selve : madrigal (late 16th cent.).

131.
Care selve, aure grate : song [by

Handel]. 582.
Care selve gradite : song by Scarlatti.

588.
Care sleeps : glee by [J. W.] Holder.

100.
Care sponde del Tebro : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Care tenebre ; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

235.
Care, thou canker of our joys : catch

(late 18th cent.). 32, 46.
Care-charming sleep ; fr. opera by R.

Johnson. 226.
Cari leggiadri ed amorosi augelli :

madrigal by Isnardi. 173.
Carina, bellina: song (early 19th cent.).

610, 611 ^2).
Carina, senti un poco: song by Hum-
mel. 629.
Carita di Signore : madrigal by C. di

Rore. 163.
•' Carlo, re d' Allemagna " : part of

opera by Scarlatti. 336.
Caro ad altrui : duet by [? G. B.]

Buononcini. 58.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



693



Caro, adorabile ; fr. opera (?) by Hum-
mel. 386.
Caro amico, addio ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 336.
Caro Aminta : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Caro amoroso neo : madrigal by Gesu-

aldo. 164.
Caro autor : duet by Handel. 65.
Caro bell' idol mio : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Caro, bella ; fr. opera by Handel. 313.
Caro, il mio coccolo : song (early 19th

cent.). 611.
Caro mio ben, credimi : song [by T. (?)

Giordani]. 613.

■ song by T. Miles. 625.

Caro mio ben, mia vita ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 345.
Caro mio ben, perdona; fr. opera by

Lampugnani. 271.
Caro mio ben, sovveugati ; fr. opera by

Monza. 328.
Caro mio bene, addio ; fr. opera by

Gassmann. 299.
Caro mio bene amato ; fr. opera by

Lampugnani. 289.

fr. opera (?), by Sarri. 343.

Caro mio bene, andiamo : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Caro mio bene, deli, pensa : two songs

[?by Dragonetti]. 604.
Caro, non trovo. v. Fuoco e la chioma.
Caro padre, a me ; fr. opera by Jom-
melli. 270.
Caro padre, a te vicina ; fr. opera by F.

Bianchi. 380.
Caro, son la tua : duet [? by Vento].

71.
Caro son tua ; fr. opera by Leo. 270.

song by J. Lodge-Ellerton. 627.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 266.

Caro sposo, amata speme ; fr. opera by

Perez. 288.
Caro sposo, amato oggetto ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 261, 266, 282.
Caro sposo del cor mio : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 559.
Caro sposo, idolo amato ; fr. opera by

Feo. 268.
Caro 'sto magio : song [by A. Zifra].

610 (2).
Caro, ti dono impegno il cor ; fr. opera

by Handel. 269.
Caro, vieni : catch by W. Haj'es. 40.
"Carolinae Filandro" : farce byGneoco.

320.
"Cartouche." v. Zeste, zeste, zeste.
Carus amicus Mussaeus : song (after
1744, etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330, f. 18).
" Cassandra." v. Udi, o Troja.
Cassini et Maupertuis : song (after 1744).

554.
Cast, my love, thine eyes around ; fr.
opera by T. A. Arne, etc. 347.



Casta dea; fr. opera by [? J. C] Bach.
346.

" Castell Towyu": song arranged by
Haydn. 621 (35274, f. 33b; 35275,
ff. 11, 24).

"Castle Down" : Irish tune (18th cent.).
204.

"Castlebar": Irish tune (18th cent.).
204.

"Castles in the air": words of table
entertainment by Dibdiu. 647 (30960,
f. 32 ; 30964, f. 76 ; 30967, f . 14). For
music, V. A watchman I am ; If ever a
sailor ; Says my father ; The breeze
was fresh ; The world 's a good thing ;
Though pleasure ; When to man.

"Castor et Pollux"; by Rameau. v,
Dans ce couvent.

Reference to, 1737. 553.

" Catarina " : opera by Lord Burghersh.

418.
Catarina, son pentito ; fr. opera (18th-

19th cent.). 370.
"Catches and glees " (18th cent.). 202

(359).
"Cath Wallagoon": Irish tune (18th

cent.). 204.
" Catherine Grey " : opera by Balfe.

428. V. also Torn from all I lov'd.
"Catherine Ogie." v. Ye banks and

braes and streams.
Catin, que je te baise : song (1728). 523.
Catin sur un lit de gazon : song (1760).

566.
Catinetta mia: song (18th-19th cent.).

607.
Catlina aje tre meis : song by G. Sco-

lari. 593.
" Catone in Utica" : opera (after 1761).

V. Chi un dolce amor.

opera by J. C. Bach. v. Confusa,



smarrita.
opera



by Hasse.



Confusa,



smarrita ; In che t' offeudo.

opera by Lampugnani. v. Chi un



dolce amor.

opera by Leo.



V. So che pieta



non hai.

— opera by-Duni. -;;. Dovea svenarti.

— opera by Nasolini. 310.

— opera by Piccinni. 350. v. also



So che pieta.

opera by Sacchini.



V. Confusa,
smarrita.

opera by Vinci, v. Barbari, si ;

Deh, in vita ; Dovea svenarti ; E
foUia.

" Cauld kail in Aberdeen"; by J.
Barnett. v. There 's cauld kail in
Aberdeen.

duet arranged by Haydn. 93.

song arranged by Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, fi. 7b, 15b, 21).

Ce due, qui d'un ceil : song (after 1744,
etc.). 552, 557 (King's 337, f. 11).



694



INDEX I.



Ce fut de Fevrier le vingt : song (after

1744). 553.
Ce fut environ la niinuit : song (after

1744). 529.
Ce fut par un lundi matin la fraiche

matinee : song (1760). 566.
Ce fut par un lundi matin que Lovart :

song (after 1744, etc.). 531, 557

(King's 330, f. 119).
Ce fut par une matinee : song (after

1726). 519.
Ce fut un dimanche : song (1760). 566.
Ce fut un lundi matin : song (after

1726). 517. V. also Si tu ne viens.
Ce fut un lundi vigile : song (after

1744). 531.
Ce fut une etrange rumeur : song (after

1744, etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330,

f.28b).
Ce grand air: song (after 1744, etc.).

546, 557 (King's 335, f. 114b).
Ce matin, chez Gradot : song (after

1744). 551.
Ce mignon: song (after 1749). 557.
Ce mois de IMai : two madrigals [? by

J. T. Gerarde]. 132, 133.
Ce n'est pas au Marquis : song (after

1744, etc.). 531, etc.
Ce n'est pas jeu : madrigal (1st half of

16th cent.). 127.
Ce n'est pas la mine : song (after 1744,

etc.). 536, etc.
Ce n'est pas la taille charmante : song

(after 1744, etc.). 536, 557 (King's

332, f. 57b).
Ce n'est pas par effort : song (after

1744). 548.
Ce n'est plus Barnabas : song (after

1744). 553.
Ce n'est qu'une mMisance. v. L'ar-

cheveque, k ce qu'on dit.
Ce puissant roi : song (after 1744, etc.).

545, 557 (King's 334, f. 179b).
Ce que I'amour a de plus doux : song

(1760). 567.
Ce vaillant due. v. Le vaillant due.
Ce votre brut. v. C'est votre beauts.
Cease, cease, tormenting love : madrigal

by T. Tomkins. 162.
Cease for a while : song by W. Savage.

571.
Cease, Galatea; fr. serenata by Handel.

24.
Cease, mine eyes : madrigal by Morley.

169, 170, 174 (31413, f.31b).
Cease, Myrtillo, cease to woo me : song

by Greene. 528.
Cease now delight : madrigal by

Weelkes. 138, 152.
Cease now thy grief : madrigal by

Ramsey. 138.
Cease now thy mourning : madrigal by ;

J. Farmer. 170.
Cease now, vain thoughts : madrigal (?)

by N. Giles. 138, 151. j



Cease, cease, ye jolly shepherds : trio

by H. Lawes. 655.
Cease, shepherds, cease : madrigal by

F. Anerio. 142.
Cease sorrows : madrigal by T. Weelkes.

148, 187.
Cease, troubled thoughts : song [by

R. Jones]. 468.
Cease, ye rovers ; fr. opera by D. Pur-
cell. 347.
Cedan le antiche : madrigal by Marenzio.

180.
Cede al vento : song by Mancini (?).

564.
Cederai ; fr. opera (18th cent.). 342.
Ceduntur gladiis : motet by Willaert.

197.
"Cefalo e Procride " : opera by G. B.

Buononcini. 337.
Celadon, when spring ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 247.
Celebrate this festival : ode by H.

Purcell. 212, 214, 215, 216, 220.
Celebravasi il giorno : duet by Marcello.

76.
Celebrons ce grand jour ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 255.
Celebrons I'^tablissement : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f.26b).
Celebrons tres joyeusement : song (after

1744, t'^c). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f. 80b).
Celemene, pray tell me ; fr. opera by

H. Purcell. 243.
Celestial music : ode by H. Purcell.

212, 220.
" Celia." V. No more shall meads.
Celia, eighteen her next birthday; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
Celia has a thousand charms ; fr. opera

by H. Purcell. 247.
Celia, my heart ; fr. opera by Weldon.

247.
Celia, once as mild as fair : song by —

Courteville. 484.
Celia, that I once was blest : song by

[H.] Purcell. 505.
Celia's wound : madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f.4).
Celinda, anima mia : song by Mancini.

512.
Celle qui m'a demaude : madrigal (early

16th cent.). 123.
Celle qui m'a tant : madrigal (16th

cent.). 135.
Celle qui tient ma franchise : song by

L. Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
Celui plus je ne suis : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 569.
Celui qui fronde : song (after 1726).

520.
" Cenerentola " : opera by Rossini. 436,
Cento basetti : song [? by Vento]. 569.
Cento cori ; song by C. A. Bennati. 563.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



695



Cependant, je pars demain (after 1726).

V. Adieu, ville peu courtoise.
" Cephalus and Procris." v. Is there

a charm.
Cerca invano : song by Colonua. 488.
Cerco ognor : duet by Marcello, fr.

Scarlatti. 82.
Cerco un fiore : song by B. Sabbadini.

501.
" Cerdd yr henwr o'r coed": duet

arranged by Haydn. 94 (2).
Certain chasseur: song (after 1744).

548.
Certaine princesse : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 97).
Certes, c'est jouer trop gros jeu : song

(after 1744, etc.). 551, 557 (King's 33G,

f.l49b).
Cervo altier ; fr. opera by Handel. 2G2,

339.
Cervo in bosco ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

343.

fr. opera by Vinci. 282.

Ces facheuxsots: madrigal (16th cent.).

134.
Ces gens que Monsieur de Turenne :

song (after 1726). 518.
Ces messieurs sans aucun doute : song

(after 1744). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f.204).
" Cesare e Cleopatra "(?) : opera by

Handel (?). 346.
Cessate di piagarmi : duet by Marcello.

73.
Cesse, France : song (after 1744, etc.).

546, 557 (King's 335, f. 32).
Cessez, charmante Eglee. v. Pour ce

Merval.
Cessez, mes yeux, cessez : song (after

1737). 525.
Cessez, mes yeux, de tant vous tour-

menter : madrigal by Crequillon. 161.
Cessez, mes yeux, la costume : madrigal

by J. Louis. 161.
Cessez, vieille marquise : song (after

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

f.l32b).
Cessi: madrigal (after 1601). 140.
Cet homme etait italien : song (after

1744, etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331,

f. 160b).
Cet homme gros : song (after 1744, etc.).

530,557 (King's 330, f. 82).
Cette belle petite bouche : madrigal [by

J. T. Gerarde]. 133.
Cette nuit que nous bumes tant : song

(after 1726). 518.
Chacun parle: song (after 1744). 540.
Chacun sait que les pantins : song

(after 1749). 557.
Chairs to mend ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
" Chambord." v. Le plaisir de boire.
Chamillard veut : song (after 1744, etc.).
537, 557 (King's 332, f. 88b).



" Champ fran^ais." v. L'orage a frappe.
Change me, heavens, into the ruby

stone : madrigal by Wilbye. 151,

186.
Change thy mind : song by R. Martin.

470.
Changeons propos : madrigal by N.

Gombert. 134.
Changer ue puis : madrigal (16th cent.).

134,
Changerez-vous toujours : song by L.

Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
Chanson nouvelle : song (after 1744).



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