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545, 557 (King's ;334, f.211b).
Chant we the requiem : glee by [C. S.]

Evans. 101.

glee by W. Linley. 116.

Chantez, petit Colin, v. On doit a

Monsieur Boin.
Chantons, celebrons la journ6e : cantata

by Hummel. 21.
Chantons, chantons des avocats : song

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

336, f.59b).
Chantons, chantons joyeusement : song

(after 1744). 555.
Chantons de La Fayette : song (after

1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330,

f.213).
Chantons I'ami : song by Hummel (?).

632.
Chantons I'amour : duet (1757). 66.
Chantons par un nouveau couplet : song

(after 1744). 551.
Chantons tour a tour : duet (1757). 67.
Chantons tous en ce jour : song (after

1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's 331, f. 2).
Chantons tous haut Gaudeamus : song

(after 1744, etc.). 5:30, 557 (King's

330, f.G8).
Chantons une ritournelle : song (after

1744, etc.). 555, etc.
"Charivari" (after 1744). v. "Les

charivaris."
Charles, nous sommes les enfants : song

(after 1744). 550.
"Charles the second" : opera by Bishop,

412.
Charmant amour : duet (1757). 67.
Charmant Bacchus, pere de I'allegresse :

duet (1757). 68.
Charmant Bacchus, pour toi : duet

(after 1737). 64, 69.
Charmante Gabrielle : song (after 1744).

529, 557 (King's 330, f. 2). v. also

Le fils de Gabrielle ; etc.
Charmantes sceurs : song (after 1744,

etc.). 551, 557 (King's 336, f. 86).
Charming Phyllis has an air : song by

[? W.] Turner. 482.
Charming to love: glee by Stevens. 103.
Charms of the world; fr. opera by

Bishop. 398.
Charon, come hither : duet by Hilton.
55.



696



INDEX I.



Charon, Charon, thou wafter of the

souls : song by [? R.] Balls. 493.
Charon, gentle Charon : duet hy W.

Lawes. 54, 57, 58.
Chassant dans nos forets : song (1728).

522.
Chasse I'ennui : duet (1757). 66.
Chatillon, gardes vos appas : song

(after 1726). 518.
song (another setting, after 1744,

etc.). 530, 557 (King's 330, f. 100b).
Chatillon, le favori : song (after 1744).

531.
Chauvelin, remplissant son sceau (after

1744). 553.
Che al ruotar di molti anni : song by

Colonna. 488.
Che amore sfortunato : song (18th-19th

cent.). 609.
Che ascoltai ; fr. opera by Cherubini.

260, 315.
Che avvenne mai ; fr. opera by Balfe.

440.
Che cangi tempre mai piu uon spero :

canon by Metastasio. 8.
Che cef!i orribili ; fr. opera by A. Pal-

lella. 326.
Che chiedi : song [by Cimarosa]. 606.
Che ciascun per te sospiri : song [by

Cimarosa]. 606.
Che col])a, questo core : song (1706-

1726). 506.
Che cosa gustosa: aria by Scarlatti, v.

" Scipione nelle Spagne."
Che debbo io far : madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 37).
Che del ciel : chorus by Lord Burg-

hersh. 50.
Che dolce cosa ; fr. opera by Albinoni.

257.
Che dolce mirare: duetby Marcello. 82.
Che dura legge : madrigal by INIaren-

zio (?). 137.
Che fa il mio bene : song by Bridi.

614.
Che fa oggi 11 mio sole : madrigal by

Marenzio. 141 (Eg. 995, no. 9), 178,

185.
Che fa piu meco il pianto : song by T.

Carapella. 502.
Che fai, alma : duet by Reggio. 57.
Che fai di questo scoglio : song by Man-

cini. 561.
Che fai, mio cor : trio (early 18th cent.).

651.

■ song by Scarlatti. 589.

Che farai, Lidia : song by Leo. 590.
Che faro, dolce mia vita : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 61).
Che faro ? M' innamoro : song by Luigi

[Rossi?]. 496.
Che fate nel mio sen : song by F. Mo-

narino. 587.
Che fiero martire ; fr. opera by Per-

golesi. 335.



Che giova il dirmi ; fr. opera by Leo.

284, 337.
Che giova sagittar : madrigal by Festa.

163.
Che gran pena ; fr. opera (?), by Hasse.

342.
Che grazioso puttelletto : song by L. K.

Widmaun. 613.
Che il ben soffri : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 121.
Che il mio caro ; fr. opera by P. Gug-

lielmi. 260.
Che in pianti : song by Scarlatti. 513.
Che in regnoso puttelletto : song (beg.

19th cent.). 609.
Che io lasci d' amar : song by H. Firmin.

495.
Che io mai vi possa ; f r. opera [by Po-

tenza]. 296.

song by G. B. Scharmann. 610-

612 (3).

Che io manchi mai : song (late 17th

cent., etc.). 494, 500.
Che io non pensi al bell' idolo : song (1st

half of 18th cent.). 559.
Che io non vi amo : madrigal by [E. G.]

Bernabei. 175.
Che io parta ; fr. opera by Piccinni.

292.
Che io parto reo ; fr. opera by G. Manna.

327.
Che io possa lasciarvi ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Che io scriva : madrigal by F. di Monte.

140.
Che io t' ami : duet by Reggio. 57.

madrigal by Reggio. 155.

Che io t' amo : song by Gasparini. 561.
Che io ti manco di fade : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 509, 582, 592.
Che la mia donna, v. Cantai gia.
Che legge, spietata ; fr. opera by Hasse.

283.
Che mai risponderti ; fr. o^^era by P.

Guglielmi. 301.
Che mai vedo ; fr. opera by Balfe. 428.
Che mi giova esser gradito : song (1715-

1724?). 511.
Che mi giova in alto ; fr. opera (1681).

229, 236.
Che mi giova la porpora : song by Gas-
parini. 588.
Che non fai : madrigal by S. Rossi.

168.
Che non mi disse ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 296, 345.

fr. opera by Leo. 270.

fr. opera by Perez. 290.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 294, 344.

Che nuova [Cintia] : madrigal by 0.

Vecchi. 131.
Che nuove arti son queste : madrigal

by G. Jeffreys. 154.
Che orrore ; fr. opera by L. V. Ciampi.

272.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



697



Che parlo, o dove souo : madrigal by

Festa. 163.
Che pena barbara : duet (mid. ISth

cent.). 66.
Che pena, che affanno : catch by Giar-

diui. 43.
Che peusi, cor di tigre : madrigal by

Mareuzio (?). 136.
Che piu pensi : song by Stradella. 587.
Che piu sperar si puo : madrigal by A.

della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 22b).
Che piu sperate : song (1683 ?). 485.
Che pretendi, iugrata : song (after 1794).

576.
Che qual palma crescesse : song by

Colonna. 488.
Che sa il mio bene: song (after 1794).

577.
Che sara di quel : duet by Steflani.

77, 81.
Che sara di te : duet by Feroce. 70,

73, 78.
Che sent' tutt' languir : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
Che sento, o Dio : song (late 17th cent.).

495.
Che Serena, che placida : duet by G. B.

Martini. 71 (14135, f. 6b ; 81675,

f. 6b).
Che si puo pin vedere : madrigal by

Festa. 163.
Che soffri : song by Reggio. 486.
Che spero, ahi : song (after 1699, etc.).

491, 499.
Che strinse mai. v. Amor poiche non

vuole.
Che tante lagrime ; fr. opera bv Perez.

276.
Che ti giova, cara : song (after 1794).

576.
Che tirannia : song by G. [B.] Buonon-

cini. 582, 590.
Che tormento ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 235.
Che tremore ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

306.
Che vai pensando : duet by Handel. G5.
Che vi par, Dorina bella ; fr. opera by

Sarti. 360, 362.
Che volete da me stelle : song (18th

cent.). 583.
Che volete da me, vani pensieri : song

[by L. Rossi]. 494.
Che volete di piu, care pupille : duet

by Marcello. 73, 79, 83 (32673, f. 6).
Che volete di piu, stelle : song (1683 ?).

485.
Che volete, o crude pene : duet by

SteSani. 70, 77, 78, 80, 90.
Che vuoi che io viva : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Che vuoi, mio cor : song by Lord

Burghersh. 614.
Che vuoi dal mio core : song (17th -18th

cent.). 500.



Cheer up, my friends : duet by W.

Turner. 56, 57, 60 (2).
Cheer up, my mates : song by P.

Humfrey. 480.
Chemerauit dit : song (after 1744, etc.).

534, 557 (King's 331, f. 108b).
Cher ami, que j'aime; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 2.56.
Cher ApoUon : song (after 1744, etc.).

545, 557 (King's 334, f.l58b).
Cher camarade : song (after 1744). 540.
Cher 6poux de nos ames. v. "La con-
version de sainte Brigide."
Cher St.Pavin : song (after 1744, etc.).

532, 557 (King's 330, f.232).
Cher Tencin, ne vois-tu pas : song (after

1744). 556.
Cher Tircis ; fr. opera [?byL. Lully].

254.
Cherchant plaisir : madrigal by —

Hanache. 176.
Chere Phyllis: song (1620-1621). 470.
Cherira qui voudra : song (after 1726).

519.
Cherissons une chaine : duet (1737, etc.).

64, 67.
"Cheshire rounds" (18th cent.). 200

(1.37).
"Cheston Wells" (18th cent.). 201

(189).
•'Chevy chase." v. God prosper.
Chez Gradot. v. Ce matin chez Gradot ;

Monarque souverain.
Chez la St. Martin, v. Si a la St.

Martin.
Chez la Vienne ; fr. opera [by Lully].

256 (words).
Chez les Jesuites de Toulon : song (after

1744). 550.
Chez mon cadet: song (after 1744).

540.
Chi bella non ha : song by P. S. Agos-

tiui. 495.
Chi crederia : madrigal by Croce. 140.
Chi credete che sia : song by G. B.

Yulpio. 495.
Chi d' amor divien seguace : song (1681).

481.
Chi d' amor paventa : song by Scarlatti.

491, 499.
Chi d' amor tra le catene : duet by G.

B. Buononcini. 60, 66.
Chi d' Eurilla il cor : song by Bennati.

563.
Chi del tempo inesorabile : song by

Colonna. 488.
Chi desia di veder : madrigal by Peris-

sone [Cambio]. 163.
Chi di gloria ha bel desio : duet by

G. [B. ?] Buononcini. 61.
Chi di piacer non muore ; fr. opera by

G. Scarlatti. 271.
Chi dira che nel veleno : duet by

Stradella or Stefiani. 58, 61, 62, 70,

75, 78, 80.



698



INDEX I.



Chi fia che clal mio cor. v. Vaghi

leggiadri lumi.
Chi fu che mi feri : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492(36877, f. 67).
Chi r alma mi ha tolta ; fr. opera by

Scarlatti. 336.
Chi la gagliarda : madrigal by B.

Donate. 161, 190.
Chi m' invola da te : song by Superani.

506.
Chi mai d' iniqua stella : catch (1774).

32.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 326.

Chi mai di questo core : song [by Cima-

rosa] . 606.
Chi mai non sa ; fr. opera by Abos.

289.
Chi mi consola : madrigal (after 1608).

148.
Chi mi credeva : songbyL. Rossi. 482.
Chi mi da consiglio ; fr. opera by Zinga-

relli. 385.
Chi mi sente cantar : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 2).
Chi mi sgrida : song by Pergolesi. 523.
Chi nasci matto non guarisce mai :

canon (18th cent.). 12.
Chi ne chiama ; fr. opera by Traetta.

260.
Chi non gode in gioventu ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Chi non ode : song by Pergolesi. 524,

586, 606.
Chi non sa che cosa e duolo : duet by

Steffani. 70, 76.
Chi non sa che sia tormento : song by

[? G. B.] Buononcini. 590.
Chi non sente al mio dolore ; fr. opera

by Hasse. 278.
Chi non tace : song (1683 ?). 485.
Chi nutrisce tua speme : song by

Carapella. 502.
Chi per voi non sospira : madrigal

(after 1597). 131, 143.

madrigal by Faignent. 131, 152



(no. 39), 171, 185.
madrigal by Zoilo.



Chi perde un momento

Handel. 340.
Chi piu abbatte. v. Guerra vuoi farmi.
Chi pin sa : trio by Carissimi. 651.
Chi potra del cor mio ; song by L.

Rispoli. 510.
Chi prende amor a gioco : madrigal by

T. Merula. 161.
Chi puo resister : duet by Marcello, fr.

Scarlatti. 82, 83.
Chi sa dir : song (early 19th cent.).

612.
Chi salira per me : madrigal [by G. de

Wert]. 175, 187.
Chi sapesse ov'e il mio bene : song

(after 1699). 490.
Chi si fida d' amor : song (after 1699).

491, 494.



171.

fr. opera by



Chi soffre senza pianto ; fr. opera by

Pergolesi. 270.
Chi solcar brama : duet by C. [L.]

Pietro Grua. 66.
Chi ti consiglia ; fr. opera by G.

Scarlatti. 271.
Chi un dolce amor ; fr. opera (after

1761). 296.

fr. opera by Lampugnani. 276.

Chi va piano : canon by Greene. 7.
Chi vanta un lieto core : song (17th-

18th cent.). 501.
Chi veder un sol desia : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 28b).
Chi vidde mai; fr. opera by Duui.

261.
Chi vive amante; fr. opera (18th cent.).

344.

song by G. Casalotti (?). 492

(36877, f.96).

fr. opera by Corri. 367.

fr. opera by Galuppi. 287.

fr. opera by Sacchini. 301.



Chi vuol conciar le scarpe rotte : canon

(19th cent.). 12.
Chi vuol fusi : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 72b).
Chi vuol veder : madrigal bv Orlandini.

173.
Chi vuole aver felice : duet (late 17th

cent.). 59.
Chiamagli, abitator dell' ombre : song

by Carapella. 502.
" Chiara di Rosemberg" : opera by

Balfe. V. " The siege of Rochelle."

part of opera [? by General!]. 409.

opera by L. Ricci. 418.

Chiari lumi : madrigal by I. Alberti.

130.
Chiede pace: song (1697). 489.
Chiedei piangendo : madrigal by [B.]

Pallavicino. 131.
Chiedi amor ; fr. opera by Giacomelli.

287.
Chieggio ai gigli : song by Hasse. 583.
Chiesi al fonte : song bv — Murray.

611.
Chiesta da' numi : song by Leo. 590.
"Chilling O'Guiry." v. O'er moor

and o'er mountain.
Chillo snicchia ; fr. opera by G. Monti.

348.
" Chimena." v. Se placate.
Chiudete gli orecchi : song by Reggio.

486.
Chiudeva le luci : madrigal (after 1601).

141.
Chiusa tra fosche bende : song by

Scarlatti. 489.
Chloe found love ; fr. opera by J. Eccles.

320.
Chloe gives me pain : song by T. A.

Arne. 564.
Chloe new-married : canon (late 18th

cent.). 8.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



699



Chloe one night : song by F. Hugh.

503.
Chloris est belle : song (17th cent.).

491.
Ghloris' false love : song by J. Wilson.

479.
Chloris, I swear : glee by W. Linley.

111.
Chloris, I wish : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Chloris, qui dompte tout le monde :

song (2ud half of 17th cent.). 493.
Chloris sigh'd: song by [?R.] Balls.

474.
Chloris, since thou wert fled away : trio

(1678-1682). 452.
Chloris, yourself you so excel : song

(after 1669 ?). 477.
Choisissez de bons generaux : song

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

334, f. lib).
Choisy doit etre chants : song (after

1744). 554. V. also Chacun salt.
Chose plaisante : song (after 1744).

545.
Chretiens, toutes vos stations : song

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

336, f. 82).
"Christ-Church bells" (18th cent.).

200 (108).
Christine et Nicolas : duet (1757). 69.
"Christmas gambols" (18th cent.).

202 (336).
words of table entertainment by

Dibdin. 647 (30960, f. 70 ; 30967, f. 17).

V. also Come, all who love.
"Christmas is a-coming" (18th cent.).

199 (14).
Christmas medley, A. v. Trip and go

hey.
Ci mancava la madama ; fr. opera [by

Hummel]. 319.
Ci stringe il core : trio by Lotti. 657.
Ciascun che passa qui : song by G.

Casalotti (?) . 492 (36877, f . 65b) .
Ciascun faccia per se : madrigal by

Nicoio del Proposto. 122.
Ciechi desir' : madrigal by Marenzio(?).

136.
Cieco amor ; fr.opera(?), by D. Gabrieli.

234.
Cieco ciascun mi crede : song by

Hummel ('?). 632.
Cieco Dio, che vuoi da me : duet (late

17th cent.). 59.
Cieco nume: songby Buononcini. 502,

582, 590.
Ciel ! Che tento ; fr. opera by Balfe.

427.
Ciel ! Quel crime ; fr. opera by Balfe.

439.
Cieli ! Che miro : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Cieli ! Guidatemi ; apparently fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 234.



Cieli tiranni : song by Scarlatti. 563.
Ci-git d'une noble famille. v. Hie jacet

une sainte mere.
Ci-git la putain : song (after 1744, etc.).

549, 557 (King's 336, f. 70b).
Ci-git le fleau de la terre : song (after

1744). 529.
Ci-git le pacifique Armand : song (after

1744). 529.
Ci-git, sous ce marbre funebre : song

(after 1744). 555.
Ci-git un des fils d'Epicure : song

(after 1744, etc.). 547, 557 (King's

335, f. 194).
Ci-git un prince: song (after 1744, etc.).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 196).
Ci-git une infame Lais : song (after

1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's 336,

f. 70).
" Cinderella " : fragment of opera [? by

M. Kelly]. 391.
Cinta dal velo : song by Pistocchi. 562.
Cinto m' aveva : madrigal by A. Gabrieli.

173.
Ciocche la vita dolce ; fr. opera by

Ariosti. 382.
"Circe": opera by H. Purcell. 246,

311.
Circe, the daughter of the sun. v.

"Circe."
Circle the bowl : glee by S. Wesley.

115, 119.
Circondin lor vite ; fr. serenata by

Handel. 16.
"Ciro"(?): opera (1st half of 18th

cent.). 279.

part of opera by Scarlatti. 336.

" Ciro riconosciuto " : opera (18th

cent.). V. Sappi che al nascer.

opera by R. di Capua, v. Sappi



che al nascer.

— opera by Cocchi. v. Se io penai.

— opera by Hasse. 290.

— opera by Jommelli. v. Basta



cosi ; Fra mille furori ; Ognor tu
fosti ; Par che di giubilo.

opera by Leo. v. Parto ! Non ti



sdegnar.

opera by Pergolesi.



V. Parto !
Non ti sdegnar.

opera by Piccinni. v. Non sdeg-



narti.

" Clara." v. Gentle warblings.
" Clari " : opera by Bishop. 423 (2).
Clarinda. v. Clorinda.
" Claudio Cesare " (?) : part of opera

[? by Boretti]. 235.
Clear wells spring not cheerfully, v.

My flocks feed not.
Clement par un bref : song (after 1744,

etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334, f. 166).
" Cleofide." v. " Alessandronelle Jndie."
" Cleopatra moribonda." v. Gia di

laccio severo.
" Climene " : opera by Trento. 390.



700



INDEX I.



" Clitemnestra " (?) : opera (mid. 18th

cent.). V. Di questo core.
" Clori abbandonata." v. Fileno, ova

ten vai.
Clori apparve si bella : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (.36877, f. 140).
Clori, Clori, mio ben : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 489, 562, 590.
Clori, Clori, ove sei : song [by Handel].

582.
Clori, dagli speranza. v. Clori, deh,

mira.
Clori dal colle al prato : song by M. A.

Buononcini. 511.
Clori, degli occhi iniei : song by Handel.

582, 642.
Clori, deh, niira: madrigal by Clari.

157 (2), 158, 177.
Clori, mi sento : song by G. [B.] Buo-
noncini. 585, 590.
Clori mia bella : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (.36877, f.68b).
Clori mia cara : song by Scarlatti. 588.
Clori mia, deh, ferma. v. Begli occhi,

o Dio.
Clori, non ti lagnar : song by INIancini.

524.
Clori, pur troppo bella : song by Gia-

cometti (? = Geminiano Giacomelli).

506.
Clori, son fido amante : madrigal by

Stradella. 165, 166, 169, 174.
Clori, tu parti : duet (18th cent.). 78.
Clori vezzosa, amabile : song by Millico.

576.
Clori vezzosa e bella : song by Porsile.

506.

song by Scarlatti. 558.

Clorinda false, adieu : madrigal [by

Morley]. 144.
Clorinda, se io t' amai : song by Astorga.

585, 586.
"Clotilda": opera by F. Conti. v.

Compassion i Leave me ; Think not

that I v^ill; While distrust.
" Clump and Cudden." v. Say, Fanny ;

This, this, my lad.
" Codiad yr ehedydd" : song arranged

by Haydn. 621 (35275, ff. 8b, 22b;

etc.).
"Codiad yr haul": duet arranged by

Haydn. 93.
Ccelia. v. Celia.
Coeslin, tu ne t' y prends pas mal : song

(after 1744). 537.
Ca3ur farouche : song (after 1744). 555.
Cceuvre a vogue : song (after 1744, etc.),

5.39, 557 (King's 332, f.205b).
Cceuvre sur la plaine : song (after 1744,

etc.). 539, 557 (King's 332, f. 202b).
" Coffee and tea " (18th cent.). 199 (50).
Cogli occhiuzzi : song (1807). 622.
" Cogne." u. " Vertudienne."
Col crin di floride : part-song (18th-

19th cent.). 454.



Col flebile lamento : song bv Astorga.

591.
Col nome d' amore : canon by F. Arresti.

12.
Col pensiero vi bacio : duet by Mar-
cello. 66, 82.
Col rapirmi, o regno : song by B.

Micheli. 528.
Col sen di gigli adorno : song by

Astorga. 584.
Col seno pien di rose : madrigal by

G. Contino. 163.
Col tuo dolce mormorio : song by Por-

pora. 511.
Cola, dove rimbomba : song by A.
: Melani. 588.

! Cola, sul praticello ; fr. opera by
I Latilla. 266.
Colas disait a Michelle : duet (after

1737). 64.
Colbert prendra : song (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 155b).
"Cold and raw" (18th cent.). 200

(120).
Cold are the breezes : glee by [G. W.]

Chard. 108.
Cold winter's ice : madrigal by Weelkes.

184.
Colin, dis moi : song (after 1744, etc.).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 135).
Colin mangeant : duet (1757). 68.
Colin, say, why sitt'st thou so : duet by

Laniere. 55 (2).
Colin se plaint : song by Hortense,

Queen of Holland. 624.
Colin va-t-en dire a Nanon : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Coir ardor della tua face ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 343.
1 Coir arte. 'U. " Carlo, re d'AUemagna."
! Coll' aspro tuo velen'. v. Pallida

gelosia.
CoUa bottiglia : glee by Cocchi. 108.
CoUa punta della spada : song (1697).

489.
CoUa scorta di due stelle : song (17th-

18th cent.). 499.
CoUa sua man : madrigal by Marenzio.

180.
Colle procelle ; fr. pasticcio [by Cocchi,

etc.]. 288.
Colle stille: song (17th-18th cent.).

600.
CoUen. V. Colin.
Colmo d' amore : song by B. Sabba-

tini. 501.
"Colombo": opera (1st half of 18th

cent.). 281.
Colpo dei bei vostri occhi : quartet by

Marcello. 458.

madrigal by Stradella. 169.

Colui che fiso mira : song by Scarlatti.

489.
" Columbine courtezan." v. Who to

win.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



701



"Columbus." V. Was willst du, Fer-
nando.
Combatton questa alma : duet by

Steffani. 70, 81, 89.
Come again, sweet love : madrigal by
J. Dowland. 132, 138, 164, 169.

song [adapted from J. Dowland].

468.
Come again, sweet nature's treasure :

madrigal by E. Johnson. 139.
Come, all my brave boys : song by

S. Wesley. 623.
Come, all who love ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 644.
Come, all ye jolly Bacchanals : song by

Carey. 594.
Come, all ye jolly shepherds ; song

arranged by Haydn. 619.
Come, all ye pretty maidens : catch by

Bishop. 43.
Come, all ye tender njonphs : song by

Tudway. 485.
Come, all you dear delights : song (after

1669?). 476.
Come and let us sing this catch : catch

by Callcott. 33, 41.
Come and trip it as you go ; fr. ode by

Handel. 217.
"Come ashore, jolly tar" (18th cent.).

198.
Come augel : duet by Marcello. 73.
Come avro dunque il frutto : madrigal

by Renaldi. 171 (29400, f. 40b).
Come away, come, sweet love : madrigal

by J. Dowland. 132.
Come away; do not stay. v. " QEdipus."
Come away, pretty maids : song by

Hook. 616.
Come away to the tavern : catch

(1833). 46.
Come, balmy hope : glee by Callcott.

105.
Come, boat me o'er : song (late 18th

cent.). 596.
Come, iDrother soldiers ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 646.
Come, buy my cherries : catch by

Stevenson. 45.
Come, buy my fine wares : catch bv

[? W.] Hayes. 87.
Come, buy my water-cresses : catch by

Savage. 34.
Come, Chloe, fill the genial bowl : glee

by W. Linley. 111.
Come, Chloris, hie we to the bower :
duet and trio by H. Lawes. 55,
652.
Come, clap thy hands, thou shepherd

swain : madrigal by Weelkes. 151.
Come, come, all noble souls : part-song
by H. Bowman. 452.

catch by Greene. 37 (31462,

f. 53b), 38.
Come, come along for a dance : ode by
Jer. Clark. 211, 223.



Come, come away, bovs : catch (late

18th cent.). 36.
Come, come, come to mv island home :

song by Bishop. 634.
Come, come, my dear girl : duet by

Hook. 92.
Come, come, my lads ; the war is o'er :

song by Dibdin. 605.
Come, come, thou glorious object : song

by Laniere. 477.
Come, creeping sleep : canon (late 18th

cent.). 7.
Come dal ciel. v. Like as from heav'n.
Come, Damon, leave thy sadness : glee

by Corfe. 112.
Come, dear Pastora : glee by Atterbury.

108.
Come, death ; behold I breathe : part-
song (after 1604). 451.
Come di vaghi fieri : song by Astorga.

511.
Come di voi, pin bella : madrigal by

Renaldi. 171 (29400, f. 68).
Come donna: madrigal (? 16th cent.).

142.
Come drink about, Tom: catch (1833).

46.
Come, drink to me : catch by Byrd.

29, 37 (31462, f.33b), 39.
Come, drink to the brave ; fr. cantata

by Balfe. 23.
Come e bello un boccolo : song by

G. B. Scharmann. 610.
Come e possibile : song (18th-19th

cent.). 609.
Come esser puo che io viva : duet by

Bigaglia. 80.
Come, ev'ry Demon, v. " Circe."
Come, fair Emma, come away : inci-
dental music by I. W. Bloomfield.
392.
Come, fairest nymph : glee by Lord

Mornington. 113.
Come, fill our glasses : song by —

King. 483.
Come, fill the bowl : glee by T. IMiles.

115.
Come, follow me, and we : catch by

Hilton. 30.
Come, follow me, my lads : catch by

Warren-Home. 40-1.
Come, follow me whither : catch by
Hilton. 29, .35, 37 (31462, f. 31), 40, 46.
Come, friends and companions : catch

by Berg. 37.
Come from the dungeon ; fr. incidental

music by H. Lawes. 228.
Come fugato il nembo ; fr. opera by

Terziani. 384.
Come fuggir : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Come, gentle herdman, sit with me :

duet (after 1614). 53.
Come, gentle hope ; fr. opera by
Dibdin. 374.



702



INDEX I.



Come, gentle spring : glee by Gallcott.

106.
Come, gie 's a sang : song arranged by

Haydn. 618 ;— by Kozelucb. 602,

604 (35279, ff. 6, 12b).
Come, beavy heart : duet by W. Lawes.

54.
Come here, ye fair ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 376.
Come hither : madrigal by Wigtborp.

1.37.
Come hither, boy : catch by Hilton.

32, 85, 40.
Come hither, my son : song by

Hatton. 639.
Come hither, shepherd-swain : glee by

Stevens. 99, 103.
Come hither, Tom : catch by Cranford.

23, 37 (31462, f.2b), 38.
Come home, sweetheart : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
Come, honest friends : catch by Ives.

29, 31, 37 (31462, f. 10b), 38, 42, 46.
Come, honest sexton : song by Lock.

501.

song by Purcell. 482.

Come il candore d' intatta neve : canon



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