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by Metastasio. 6, 8.
Come il cedro; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Come il lauro non perde : madrigal by

L. Mira. 140, 173.
Come il ]5orto di Livorno ; fr. opera

[? by Hummel]. 319.
Come il rospo ; fr. opera by Pavesi.

384.
Come in ciel : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 559.
Come in verde. v. "Ciro"; by Scar-
latti.
Come, infirmity : madrigal [by R.

Nicholson]. 140.
Come innanzi dell' alba : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Come, join, ev'ry heart; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647.
Come, join me, fellow subjects; fr.

table entertainment (?), by Dibdin.

645.
Come, jolly lads. v. " The converted

rake."
Come, jump : catch by Hilton. 30, 37

(31462, f.31), 38.
Come r ape : song by Bennati. 562.
Come la notte : madrigal by B. Donato.

187.
Come la rondinella : cantata [by

Handel]. 18.
Come le onde : song by [A.] Adami. 563.
Come, let me take thee : duet arranged

by Kozelucb. 87 (35278, ff . 7, 15b, 25b ;

etc.).
Come, let 's begin : madrigal by Weelkes.

191.
Come, let 's crown this famous night :



madrigal by Hilton. 191 (31419

f. 19b).
Come, let us agree ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 247.
Come, let us all a-maying go : catch by

Hilton. 29, 32, 34, 37 (31462, f. 30b),

39, 46.
Come, let us be jolly : catch by Callcott.

33.
Come, let us cast the dice : catch by

W. Lawes. 30, 37 (31462, f. 36b), 40.
Come, let us chant : catch (late 18th

cent.). 41.
Come, let us dance and sing ; fr. opera

[by Arnold]. 323.
Come, let us drink : catch by H. Purcell.

29, 37 (31462, f. 19b), 39, 46.
Come, let us laugh : catch by Greene.

37 (31462, f. 52b), 39, 40.

trio by W. Gregory. 653.

Come, let us leave the town ; f r. opera

by H. Purcell. 231, 248.
Come, let us sit : quartet by [J.]

Playford. 458.
Come, listen to a seaman's ditty ; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 647.
Come, live like me: glee (1775-1822).

101.
Come, live with me and be my dear :

glee (1775-1822). 102.
Come live with me and be my love ;

fr. opera (1785-1789). 308.

part-song by Hatton. 456.

glee by S. Webbe, sen. 99, 108.

Come, love, let 's walk : madrigal (after

1597). 132.
Come, lovely Phyllis : song by H.

Lawes. 478.
Come, lovers all, to me : trio by [J.]

Playford. 655.
Come, lovers, follow me: madrigal [by

Morley]. 166, 169.
Come, Lucy : glee by J. Jolly. 101.
Come mai io posso vivere : song (early

19th cent.). 613.
Come, melancholy : glee by W. Russell.

100.
Come, my Celia, let us prove : song [by

A. Ferrabosco, II.]. 467.
Come, my Daphne : duet by W. Lawes.

54 (2).
Come, my dear: madrigal (after 1604).

144.
Come, my hearts, let's now be merry :

catch by Hilton. 45.
Come, my hearts, play your parts :

catch by H. Purcell. 35.
Come now, all ye social pow'rs : song

(1789). 574.
Come now to me : song (after 1600).

467.
Come, o bella : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 559.
Come, O come, ethereal guest : glee by

[B.] Cooke. 104.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



703



Come, come, ethereal guest : glee by

Stevens. 114.
Come o'er the burn, Bessie : madrigal
{temp. Henry VIII.). 125.

fr. opera ; adapted by Bishop

from Ford and Callcott. 397.
Come on and seize the trembling fair ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
Come, open thy casement ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 433.
Come, palefaced death : madrigal by

[R.] Johnson [I.?]. 139.
Come partir posso io ; fr. opera by

Sarti. 385.
Come, poetry, and bring along: song

by Blow. 481.
Come posso io morir : madrigal by

Ferretti. 189.
Come potest! mai : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 562.
Come potesti, o Dio, mancare ; fr.

opera by G. F. di Majo. 299.
Come potesti, o Dio, perfido ; fr. opera

by Galuppi. 298, 368.

fr. opera by Gluck. 293.

Come potro giammai : madrigal [by

Giovanelli]. 146.
Come, pull away, boys : catch by G.

Holmes. 35, 45.
Come, rest in this bosom : song ar-
ranged by Hummel. 633.
Come, rosy god : glee by T. B. Everett.

104.
Come round me, ye husbands ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
Come, rouse, brother sportsman (18th

cent.). 198.
Come, sable night : madrigal by J.

Ward. 153.
Come sei tu, mia Clori : song by As-

torga. 586.
Come, shepherds, follow me : madrigal by

J.Bennet. 174 (31442, f. lib, e^c), 190.
Come, shepherd's god : madrigal by 0,

Vecchi. 142.
Come, shepherd-swains : madrigal by

Wilbye. 156, 187.
Come si presto : song (18th cent.). 585.
Come sian dolorose : madrigal by Ma-

renzio(?). 136.
Come, silent night : song by J. Wilson.

475.
Come, sirra Jacko : madrigal by Weelkes.

148.
Come, sprightly mirth : madrigal by

Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 18b).
Come, Stella : song by S. Wesley. 636.
Come, sweet lass : song by Jer. Clark.

200 (89), 503.
Come, sweet love : part-song (early 17th

cent.). 451.
Come, take a carouse : song by W.

Lawes. 473.
Come, thou laughter-loving power :

canon (late 18th cent.). 8.



Come, thou monarch : glee by [B.]

Cooke. 103.
Come, thou rosy dimpled boy ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 378.
"Come to battle." v. " Dowch i 'r

brwydr."
Come to me, grief : madrigal [by Byrd].

147, 150.
Come to my arms ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

.374.
Come to the greenwood : glee (1771-

1803). 101.

glee by Worgan. 108.

Come tradir pensasti : madrigal by G.

Pianellaio da Firenze. 122.
Come, tread the path : madrigal (early

17th cent.). 138.
Come un agnello ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

277.
Come un gatto ; f r. opera [? by Hummel].

319.
Come under my plaidie : song arranged

by Haydn. 618 ;— by Kozeluch. 602,

604 (35279, ff.4b, lib).
Come unto these yellow sands ; f r. opera

by T. A. Arne. v. " The Tempest."

fr. opera by H. Purcell (?). 321.

V. also "The Tempest."

Come vago augelletto : song (1738?).



long by Travers.
madrigal by L.



526.
Come, Venus, come :

565.
Come viver poss' io ;

Leoni. 168.
Come volubil gira : song by Scarlatti.

589 (31512, f. 30).
Come, who will buy a jack-line : catch

by Savage. 34.
Come with me, I'll dry thy tears ; fr.

opera by Balfe. 432.
Come, ye nice maidens : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 603.
Come, ye nymphs and swains : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.
Come, ye party-jangling swains : glee by

Danby. 101.
Come, ye who music love. v. Chi la

gagliarda.
Come, you pretty false-ey'd wanton :

song [by Campion]. 468, 492.
Comely swain : madrigal by J. Playford.

174.
Comin' thro' the craigs o' Kyle : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 602,604(35279,

ff. 4b, lib). V. also O'er the muir.
" Comin' thro' the rye." v. 'Gin a body

meet a body.
Comincia tormentarmi: song by Tosi.

501.
Comincio solo : catch (late 18th cent ).

32.
Comme fins ciseleurs : song by L. Op-

straet van der Moelen. 471.
Comme le bien vient en dormant (1760).

V. Au fond d'un bois solitaire Chloris.



704



INDEX I.



Comme le cerf: madrigal by Clemens

[non Papa]. 134.
Comme on a sauve la France, v. Je te

le dis sans raillerie ; etc.
Comme un nouveau foudre : song (after

1744, etc.). 555, 557 (King's 337,

ff.l39b, 182b).
Comme une frele sensitive : song by A.

Marquerie. 637.
Comme v'la qu'est fait : song (after

1744). 550. V. also Pres de I'inno-

cente Cadiere.
Comment done: song (after 1744). 555.
Comment faire. v. Avant que d'avoir.
Comment pent avoir joie : madrigal by

J. de Viset. 128.
"Commodore Pennant" : words of table

entertainment by Dibdin. 647 (30960,

f.99; 30967, f. 26).
Compagni, amor lasciate : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Compagni d' amore ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Compassion ! Leave me ; fr. opera by

F. Conti. 281.
Compel the hawk to sit : madrigal by

Byrd. 143, 159, 169 (23626, f. 58).
Complain I may : madrigal (1501). 125.
Compter sur la Constance ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 427.
Comrade, your hand ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426.
Comtesse de Crussol : song (after 1726,

etc.). 517, 530, 557 (King's 330, f. 72).
Comtesse, quelle fantaisie ; song (after

1744). 529.
"Conius": masque by T. A. Arne. 325.

V. also On ev'ry hill ; Would you taste.

masque adapted by Bishop from

T. A. Arne. v. Love, the greatest
bliss.

masque by H. Lawes. 325.

masque by S. Wesley, v. Away !

To Comus' court repair.

Con bel diletto : madrigal by Clari. 157.
Con bel sigillo : duet (17th cent.). 58.
Con cento baci : song by Scarlatti. 589.
Con che soavita : madrigal by Maren-
zio (?). 137.

madrigal by [B.] Pallavicino. 131.

Con danze; fr. opera (1712). 248.
Con disperato sdegno ; fr. opera by

G. B. Buononcini. 268.
Con dolce sguardo : madrigal by Maren-

zio. 179.
Con el aire que corre : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 102b).
Con esperanzas espero : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 53).
Con femraina adirata : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Con Filli un giorno : madrigal by Clari.

157.
Con funesto sembiante : song by Co-

lonna. 488.



Con lei fosse io : madrigal by Annibale

di Padova. 163.
Con levriere : madrigal by Gerardello.

122.
Con linfe derate : cantata by Handel. 24.
Con lusinghe di serena : song (2nd half

of 17th cent.). 494.
Con lusinghe, sospiri, e vezzi ; fr. opera

[by Scarlatti]. 245.
Con man di gelsomino : song (17th-

18th cent.). 500.
Con Megera ; fr. opera (1761 ?). 295.
Con mio, con tuo dolore ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 334.
Con nobile arte : song bv T. ]\Ierula.

571.
Con piede lento: trio by C. Cesarini,

del Violino. 651.
Con pin gradita voce : song (1656-1659).

475.
Con quel volto ; fr. opera [? by Pergo-

lesi]. 289.
Con quella man. v. Del cibo.
Con quelle tue manine ; fr. opera by

Ciniarosa. 306.
Con queste paroline : song by Pergolesi.

524.
Con sospiri. v. Con lusinghe, sospiri.
Con 'sto chiaro di 'sta luna : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Con 'sto luzor de luna : song by Trento.

611.
Con trasparente velo : song by Scar-
latti. 510.
Con tributi di pianto : song (1683?).

485.
Con tromba guerriera. v. " Silla " ; by

Handel.
Con tromba sonora ; fr. opera (?), by

Berenclow. 236.
Con tutto che amore : song by F.

Bagaglia. 559.
Con umile atto : madrigal [by Pever-

nage]. 175. v. also Quando la voce.
Con un dolente oime : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 77).
Con un sospir : trio (late 17th cent.).

650.
"Conceit in a cottage " : words of opera

by Dibdin. 379.
Concinamus, sodales : part-song [by

J. Beading]. 454.
Conde, je ne puis : song (after 1744, etc.).

532, 557 (King's 330, f. 209b).
Cond6, la Pleneuf, et Crequy : song

(18th cent.). 579.
" Conditor alme siderum." v. Mon-

seigneur I'^veque d'Autun, Montgon,

La Mothe ; etc.
Conducetemi verso 11 porto : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77, 81.
Confessez done, Chloris : song by L.

Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
Confessez-vous ; fr, opera by — Favart.

274.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



705



Confessez-vous ; fr. opera by Rameau.

277 (King's 337, ff. lllb, 184b).
Confusa, smari'ita ; fr. opera by J. [C]

Bach. 327.

fr. opera by Hasse. 278.

fr. opera by Sacchini. 828.

Confusa, tremante ; fr. opera by P.

Guglielmi. 368.
Confusion to the pow'r of Cupid : catch

by J. Eccles. 28, 37 (31462, f. 5), 38.
Confuso un di Fileno : song (1683?).

485.
Conge je prends : madrigal bv J. Cour-

tois. 160.
Conosco che mi piaci : cantata by

Handel. 24. v. also Come la rondi-

nella.
Conseillers, quittez vos bouges : song

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

335, f. 136).
Conservate per mia figlia ; fr. opera by

Handel. 340.
Conservate, raddoppiate : duet by Han-
del. 65.
Conservati fedele : operatic (?) song by

Lord Burghersh, 614.

fr. opera by Hasse. 286.

— — fr. opera by Pampani. 276.

fr. opera by Piccinni. 299.

fr. opera by Terradellas. 272.

• ■ fr. opera by Vinci. 340.

" Conset Dafydd ap Gwilyui." v. What-

e'er beneath.
Consigliando un bel orgoglio ; fr. opera

by Predieri. 268.
Consign'd to dust: glee (1775-1822).

102.

glee by Battishill. 99, 101.

Consolati ! Non piangere ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Consolati, o bella ; fr. opera by Handel.

262.
Cousolez-vous ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

344.
Consolons-nous au cabaret : duet (1757).

68.
Consorte, non ho lucro : madrigal by

Clari. 158.
" Constant love." v. Love me little.
Constant Penelope: madrigal [by Byrd].

144.
" Constantine." v. Awake, Con-

stantine.
Consume de melancolio : song by Hor-

tense, Queen of Holland. 624.
Consumo la mia vita : madrigal (16th

cent.). 128.
Contemplar le gran cose : madrigal by

Francesco [? da Firenze]. 122.
" Content in my cot." v. On the brow.
Content is rich : madrigal (after 1613).

150.
Content ou non : madrigal by C. Morel.

177.
Contented wi' little : song arranged by

II



Kozeluch. GOl, 603 (35278, ff. 5, 14,

24).
Contentez-vous, ami, de la pens^e :

duet (before 1760). 69.
Contento di tua fe, Roma : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
Contento il mio desio : song (1717- 1737).

503, 562.
Conti d'abord: song (after 1744, etc.).

534, 557 (King's 331, f. 102).
Contre Eugene : song (after 1744, etc.).

546, 557 (King's 335, f. 43b).
Contre I'empereur j'ai servi : song (after

1744). 553.
Contre las accidents : song (after 1744).

554.
Contre Savove : song (after 1744, etc.).

541, 557 (King's 333, f. 109).
Contre un engagement : song (1728).

522.
Contre une belle : song (after 1744, etc.).

556, etc.
"Contre — verity." v. De Guise est si

sage ; Montglas vit en ange ; etc.
Contro un core ; f r. opera by Leo.

271.
"Cook's humour" (18th cent.). 200

(171).
Coppia di donne : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Cor di vilta nudrito; fr. opera by

Predieri. 268.
Cor mio, deh, non languire : madrigal

by Marenzio. 13G.

madrigal by Scarlatti. 168.

Cor mio, mentre : madrigal by Reggio.

486.
Cor mio, se questa fera : song by Reggio.

155.
Cor mio, so che non vuoi tornaro : duet

(18th cent.). 78.
Cor vagante : duet by Steffani. 77, 81,

89.
Coraggio, anima mia ; fr. opera [? by

Mosca]. 312.
Core amante, assai penasti : song (1718-

1729?). 512.
Core (?) amante, di perche : song by

Porpora. 560.
" Coriolano " : opera by Ariosti. v. A

te, che sei.

opera by K. H. Graun. v. II mio

fedele.

opera by Scarlatti, v. La fortuna



di Roma.

" Cork " : Irish tune (18th cent.). 204.
Cormacus scripsit hoc psalterium : trio

(13th cent.). 648.
Cornetti, cornettini : song [?by Vento].

569.
Coronata di gigli ; f r. opera by Handel.

340.
" Corporal" (18th cent.). 202 (309).
Corre il ruscello : song (1723-1732).

514.

2 Z



706



INDEX I,



Correte, amanti : madrigal (late 17th

cent.). 155.
Correte, tutti quanti : madrigal by

Ferretti. 189.
Correva nel seno : song by Scarlatti.

587.
Corri con asta ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

334.
Corri, corri, mamma d' oro : madrigal

(1584). 130.
Corrigeons-nous, ami Gregoire : song

(after 1787). 525.
Corydon would kiss her. v. In the

merry month of May.
Cosa e mai, gentil pastore : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Cosa e si'or Canapiolo ; fr. opera by

Cocchi. 290.
Cosa non nega : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 122.
Cosa non vada : madrigal by 0. Vecchi.

190.
Cosa t' ho fatto, Nina : song (18th

cent.). 585.
Cosi, amor, mi fai languir ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Cosi bella voi siete : madrigal by

Nenna. 190.
Cosi con questo pianto ; fr. opera by

Leo. 275.
Cosi grande e la gioja ; fr. opera by

Ariosti. 382.
Cosi il mio duol. v. In sogno mi

pareva.
Cosi la villa : song by G. F. di Majo.

581.
Cosi leon feroce ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

345.
Cosi moriro. v. Tirsi morir voleva.
Cosi pensoso : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 121.
Cosi piangendo ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

329.
Cosi pietade invan ricerca : duet by

Durante. 94.
Cosi questa. v. Come innanzi dell' alba.
Cosi resta il villanello ; fr. opera by

Sciroli. 289.
Cosi soav' e il fuoco : madrigal by

Festa. 161, 177.
Cosi stupisce ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

346.
Cosi tratta, o Dio : song by G. Opignani.

495.
Cosi tuona ; fr. opera by Porpora. 340.
Cosi vo trapassando. v. O miseria d'

amante.
Cosmelia the fair ; fr. tabic entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 647.
Cost' occhiata appassionata ; fr. opera

by Logroscino. 349.
Could a man be secure : duet [by S.

Goodwin]. 90.
Could gold prolong : glee by F. Hutche-

son. 99.



Could man his wish obtain : duet by

Paisible. 56, 57.
Could you to battle march ; fr. opera

[by Arnold]. 323.
Couldst thou forbear : song by J.

Gamble. 497.
Coulez, brillez, charmant vin : song

(after 1737). 525.
Coulez, liqueur: duet (1757). 67.
Coulez, tranquilles eaux ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.
Courage, amis: song (17th cent.). 492.
Courage, nion cher : song (after 1744,

etc.). 540, 557 (King's 333, f. 44).
Courcillon, cessant de nous plaire : song

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

335, f. 96).
Courez, tous, a I'etablc : song (after

1744). 550.
Courons aux amies ; fr. opera by Meyer-
beer. 428.
Courtebonne est richc ; fr. opera [? by

Lully]. 273, 277 (King's 331, f. 142).
Courtenvaux serait assez aimable : song

(after 1744). 554.
Courtenvaux, tu cours a la gloirc : song

(after 1744). 554.
Coy Celia : duct by Chilmead. 55.

song by G. Jeffreys. 478.

Crabbed age and youth : glee by Stevens.

118.
" Craigieburn wood": song arranged

by Haydn. 619 ; — by Kozeluch.

601, 603 (35278, ff . 7b, 16, 21b).
Cras serum est discere. v. Ich emp-

finde gar.
Cras serum est vivere. v. Ich empfinde

fast.
" Crazy Jane." v. Why, fair maid.
" Crazy Kate." v. Alas, poor Kate.
Credea, Nina: song (after 1794). 577.
Credei col gir lontano : song (17th-

18th cent.). 499.
Credete '1, voi : madrigal by ]\Iaren-

zio (?). 136.
Credete per schernirmi : madrigal by

Molinaro. 167.
Credi ! La mia ferita ; fr. opera by

Paisiello. 363, 385.
Credi, o caro : song by Hasse. 583.
Credi, superba ; fr. opera (after 1763).

298.
Credi tu di lusingarmi ; fr. opera (?),

by Giacomelli. 269, 287.
Credimi pur che t' amo : song by

Porpora. 509.
Cresca 1' amaro pianto. v. Crescan pur.
Crescan pur : madrigal by I. Alberti.

129.
Cresci bel verde : madrigal by L.

Meldort. 173.
"Creso": pasticcio by Cocchi, Po-

tenza, e<c. v. Affanni crudeli ; Amici,

addio ; Che io mai vi possa ; Si

vanta.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



707



" Creso " : opera by Jommelli. 331.

■ opera by Saechini. v. Tergi il

pianto.

Crespi dorati crini : madrigal. 174.

Creto fatal ; fr. opera (18th cent.).
328.

Creusous tous le tombeau : song (after
1726). 517.

" Crisial ground": duet arranged by
Haydn. 93.

Cro challin. v. My Colin.

Crown me, Bacchus ; f r. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 643.

Crowned with flow'rs and lilies : madri-
gal (two settings, after 1611). 147
(nos. 32, 36).

madrigal (a third setting, after

1611). 147 (no. 88), 149, 150.

Crowned with flow'rs I saw : madrigal

[by Byrd]. 147.
Crowned with stars, v. Crowned with

flow'rs and lilies.
Croyez-moi, belle Roquelaure : song

(after 1744, etc.). 533, 557 (King's

331, f. 49b).
Crovez-moi, disait Roussillon : song

(after 1744, etc.). 541, 557 (King's

333, f. 117b).
Croyez-vous, belle, v. Croyez-moi.
Cruda Amarilli : madrigal by Petti.

159, 165.

madrigal by Reggio. 155.

song by Reggio. 486.

Cruda, deh, come puoi : song by T. di
Mauro. 506.

Cruda e bella : madrigal (? 16th cent.).
143.

Cruda Lilla: duet by Stefiani. 77.

Cruda Parca ; fr. opera (late 17th
cent.). 234.

Cruda signora : song by Reggio. 486.

Crude Parche : song by Scarlatti. 563.

Crude stelle, invan : song (carlv 19th
cent.). 611.

Crude stelle, o Dio : opera (late 17th
cent.). 235.

Crudel, che d' un' alma : song (1704-
1707). 505.

Crudel, che fai : song by G. Casalotti (?).
492 (36877, f.24).

Crudel, negli occlii ; fr. opera by Jom-
melli. 334.

Crudel, perche mi fuggi : madrigal by
Marenzio. 180.

madrigal [by Mosto]. 145.

Crudel signora : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 26b).

Crudel, tu dammi morte : song by
Giaij. 528.

Crudel tu per fuggire: madrigal by G.
Jeffreys. 154.

Crudel, tu vuoi : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (.36877, f. 33).

Crudele mi chiami : song by Lodge-
EUerton. 628.



Crudeli, affrettate ; fr. opera (1761 ?).

295.
Crudeli, si; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

235.
Crudelissima Dori : madrigal bv Reggio.

155.
Crudo amor : duet by Steffani. 77, 81.
Crudo cor : song by A. Melani. 587.
Crudo, spietato amore : song by As-

torga. 591.
Cruel, behold : madrigal by Wilbye.

183.
Cruel Bourbon: song (after 17 M, etc.).

548, 557 (King's 3:36, f. 20).
Cruel Cupid; fr. opera [by Galliard].

296.
Cruel honneur : duet (1620-1621). 53.
"Cruel Peggy." v. No more shall

Harry.
Cruel, unkind, adieu : madrigal by [B.]

Pallavicino. 138.
Cruel, unkind, my heart : madrigal by
J. Bennet. 159, 170, 174 (31442, f. 4).

madrigal by Perretti. v. Donna

crudel, tu.
Cruel, why dost thou fly me : madrigal

by B. Pallavicino. 152, 184.
Cruel, you pull away too soon your
lips : madrigal [by Morley]. 145,
169 (23625, f. 5b), 170, 171, 174 (31413,
f.6).
Cuckoo, good neighbour, help : catch
by Nelham. 29, 37 (31462, f. 30b),
38.
Cuckoo so merrily sings : madrigal by

R. Nicholson. 139.
Cuidez-vous que Dieu vous faille :
madrigal (1st half of 16th cent.).
128.
Cull the rose of love : song by Bishop.

634.
Cull to me the rushes green : madrigal
(two settings, early 16th cent.). 123,
124.
" Cumbernauld house." v. Where

winding Forth.
Cuopre talvolta: song by Handel. 641.
" Cupid and Deatli " : masque by Lock.

227.
Cupid blushes to behold : incidental

music by G. Jeffreys. 228.
Cupid, if thou tell-tale prove: song

(after 1669?). 477.
Cupid is Venus' only joy : song (1630).

471.
Cupid, my pleasure : glee by S. Webbe.

101.
Cupid once, when weary : song by P.

Humfrey. 493.
Cupid 's weary of the court : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
"Cupid wounded." v. In a garden,

t' other day.
Cupido spietato ; fr. opera (late 17th
cent.). 284,

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Cupido vuol pace : duet by Stefiani.

76.
"Cupid's lottery." v. As Cupid, one

day.
"Cupid's wings." v. "The birks of

Aberfeldie."
Cura, che di timor ti nutri : madrigal

by F. Roussel. 159.
Cura gelata : madrigal by Marenzio (?).

137.
Curate Ap Hugh ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
Cure, nymph, cure : song by [? J.]

Hart. 481.
"Cwynfan Prydain " : duet arranged

by Haydn. 93, 94 (35275, ff. 8, 22).

V. also Ye banks of dark Conway.
" Cymbeline" : dance, fr. the opera by

Bishop (?). 398.
"Cymon" : adaptation from the opera

[by M. Arne]. 396.

opera by Bishop. 404.

Cynthia, queen: song [by R. Jones].

468.
Cynthia, thy song : madrigal by Crocc.

144, 186, 190.
" Cyrus the Great " : opera by J. Eccles.

242.

D'Aguesseau ne veut pas : song (after

1744, etc.). 551, 557 (King's 336,

f. 163).
D' alcuni sfaccendati : song by A. Basso.

559.
D' Alcyone: song (after 1744). 540.
D'Alluy s' en va : song (after 1744, etc.).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 153).
D'Amelot la noble prestance : song

(after 1744). 553.
D' amor la bella pace : song by Porpora.

512, 513.
D' amor le ricche [gemme] : madrigal

[? by Stabile]. 131.
D' amore altri si lagni : song by

Reggio. 486.
D' amore il prime dardo : song by

Porpora. 524 (31516, ff . 82b, 42b),

587 (31489, f. 60), 593 (32588, f.38).
D'amour me plains : madrigal by

Rogier [Pathie]. 176.
D' Aretusa in sul lito : song by Fago.

524.
D'Argenson, fameux general : song

(after 1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's

333, f. 226b).
D'Epinois, cc laid magot : song (after

1744). 541.
D'Estrees est vainqueur ; f r. opera [by

LuUy]. 254.
D'Harlay, Cailliere ct Crecy : song

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

332, f.55b).
D'Harlay, Crecy et Cailliere : song

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

332, f. 56b).



D'Harlay, de Cailliere. v. D'Harlay,

Cailliere.
D'Harlay, de Crecy, de Cailliere : song

(after 1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's

332, f. 71b).
D' improvise riede : duet by Feroce.

70, 73, 78.
D' innalzar i flutti ; fr. opera by Handel.

262.
D' instabile fortuna ; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
D' ogni crudel martir ; fr. opera by

Handel. 340.
D' ogni puro candore : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 490.
D' ostili tende ; fr. opera by Costa. 422.
D'ou vient, chers cabalistes : song (after

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

f. 117).
D'un Aaron : song (after 1744, etc.).

549, 557 (King's 3:36, f.89b).
D'un air badin: song (1760). 567.
D' uu' alma che pena ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 277.
D' un' amante ch' e geloso : song by

Capelli. 527.
D' un bel pallorc : song by Carapella.

502.
D' un bel rio alle sponde : song by F.

Arresti. 561.
D'un bel rivo : duet [? by Vento].

71.
D' un bel viso ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 235.
D'un David en contrition : song (after

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



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