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Depuis Janvier: song (after 1744, etc.).

534, 557 (King's 331, f.93).
Depuis qu'amour a trompS : song (1728).

522.
Depuis qu'eu Italie : song (after 1744,

etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331, f. 119b).
Depuis que j'aime : song (after 1678?).

478.
Depuis que la grosse Isabeau: duet

(1757). 67.
Depuis que Sylvie souffre : song (1728).

523.
Depuis six mois on ne voit : song (after

1744, etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331,

f.26).
Depuis trois mois je suis charm6 : song

(1728). 523.
" Der Beherrscher der Geister " : part

of opera by Weber. 400.
" Der Dichter und der Compouist."

V. Sis lebt.



opera by J.

song by — von
)98.



" Der Dorf-barbier "

Schenck. 359.
Der du mit Weisheit ;

W (late 18th cent.).

"Der Freischiitz " : opera by Weber.

437. V. also What equals.
Der Friihling ist ein starker Held :

part-song by Gade. 455.
Der hat nichts gesehen : song [? by

Hummel]. 632.
"Der hiiusliche Krieg " : opera by

Schubert, v. " Die Verschworenen."
" Der Junker in der Miihle " : opera by

Hummel. 402.
Der Kranz von grosser Ahnen-that

umlaubt : cantata by Hummel. 21.
" Der Mulatte." v. " The bondman."
Der Nachts, wenn alles schliift : song

[? by Hummel]. 632.
" Der Pfad des Lebens." v. Durch's

Leben.
" Der Better in Gefahr " : cantata by

Siissmayr. 18. v. also O voi dell'

Istro.
" Der Schauspiel-direktor." v. Ich bin

der erste Buffo.
" Der Sturm." v. Hort ! Die Winde

furchtbar heulen.
" Der Tanz-meister." v. Tral-lal, fein,

langsam.
"Der Vampyr": opera by Lindpaint-

ner. v. J'aime bonne compagnie.
opera by Marschner. 410-11,

423 (2).
" Der Vorsatz." v. Wie sehr lieb' ich.
Der Wein den Noah uns empfahl : song

by G. G. Grosheim. 599.
Der Welten grosse Herrscher : cantata

by Hummel. 20.
"Der Whist-spieler." v. Ach Gott !

Das ganze Leben.
"Der Wildfang." v. Ein Geist ; Vor

etwa dreissig Jahren.
" Der Zauber-kampf " : opera by Hum-
mel. 401.
"Der Zauber-ring " : opera by Hummel.

399.
Derry ding dasson : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. .36.
Des bergers do nos hameaux : cantata

by Hummel. 20.
Des bontes de notre monarque : song

(after 1744, etc.). 540, 557 (King's 333,

f.2Gb).
Des enfants de Loyola : song (after

1744). 545.
"Des Falkner's Braut." v. "Rob of

the fen."
Des fiers Autrichiens : song (after 1744).

554.
Des grandeurs la suite: song (1728).

522.
Des Guten Quelle : song by Enslin. 598.
Des Jahres letzte Stunde : song by W.

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



716



INDEX I.



Des les quatre du matin : soug (after

1726). 517.
Des naa jeunessc : soug (IGth cent.).

46G.
Des mains du tend re amour : song

(after 1737). 525.
Des miracles sans equivoque : song

(after 1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's

336, f. 128b).
Des notables de France : song (after

1744). 556.
Des que la riche flotte : song (after 1744,

etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332, f. 131b).
Des yeux bruns : soug (after 1726). 519.
Descend and consecrate ; fr. ode by

Dibdin. 220.
Descend, some warring angel ; fr. opera

by Bishop. 398.
Descend, ye storms : glee by Callcott.

106.
Desmarets pretend ignorer : song (after

1744, eic). 542,557 (King's 333, f. 230).
" Desuoyers, La." i>. O sort.
Desolate is the dwelling of Morna : glee

by Callcott. 110.
Desormais est raison : song by Jean de

Neufville. 464.
"Despair." ti. The anguish.
Despiteful thus. v. Where most my

thought.
Dessus I'herbe fleurie : soug (after 1726,

etc.). 523.
Dessus la motte : song (1728). 523.
Dessus le mont Ida: song (after 1744).

V. Aimable Dupontel.
Destatevi, o pastori : song by Porpora.

524 (31516, f.68), 587 (31489, f. 114),

593 (32588, f.68).
Destin, quel est done ton caprice : song

(after 1744). 552.
Destin, se vuoi che io viva ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Destin, se vuoi goder; fr. opera (1762).

296.
Destouches disait a Soissons : song (after

1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's 336,

f.l21b).
Destrier, che all' armi visato ; f r. opera

(mid. 18th cent.). 287.
Detto (?) lungi da te : song (1712 ?). 509,
Deucalion, pour repeupler : song (1728).

522.
Deuil, double deuil : madrigal (16th

cent.). 134.

madrigal by G. Lupi. 135.

" Deutschlands Retter " : cantata by J.

Mainzer. 23.
Deux auteurs : song (after 1744, etc.).

541, 557 (King's 333, f.98b).
Deux bergeres : song by J. J. Rousseau.

569.
Deux bons peres : song (after 1744). 537.
Deux dieux: song (1728). 523.
Devant tes vers tout g^mit ; fr. opera

(after 1726). 255.



Devant Vienne : song (after 1744, eic).

535, 557 (King's 331, f. 180).
Devant vous. v. Devant tes vers.
Di cento belle mie : song by Giaij. 528.
Di che vi turbate : duet (18th cent.).

79.
Di contento : song by Leo. 558.
Di contrari desiri. v. Alfin le nevi.
Di desir in desir : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
Di diletto in diletto : madrigal (18th

cent.). 175.
Di donna, v. "Giro" ; by Scarlatti.
Di due ciglia ; fr. opera by Gluck. 293.

fr. opera by Hasse. 278.

Di far le sue vendette ; fr. opera by

Handel. 262, 339.
Di fresco adesso; fr. opera by Gardi.

381.
Di furor per me ; fr. opera by Paisiello.

368.
Di gelsomini : soug by B. Sabbatini.

501.
Di lagrime indi. v. Con doles sguardo.
Di lusiugare fingere; fr. opera (1762).

296.
Di mi, donna : madrigal by C. Le

Jeune. 181.
Di, mio cor; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

234.
Di modestia quel rossore ; fr. opera by

Leo. 270.
Di morir gia : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Di nettare : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Di nuovo e giunto : madrigal by Giacopo

da Bologna. 121.
Di pace almen un segno ; fr. opera

(mid. 18th cent.). 284.
Di pena, di scempio ; fr. opera (?), by

Feo. 342.
Di pensiero in pensier : song by Scar-
latti. 515.
Di pianti e di sospiri : madrigal by

Marenzio. 165.
Di quell' ingiusto sdcgno ; fr. opera by

Mysliweczek. 328.
Di questa aura ; fr. opera [? by Traetta].

335.
Di queste onde (?) : madrigal by Alfonso

[Ferrabosco]. 148.
Di questo core ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Di spavento ; fr. opera by Galuppi. 296.
Di tante sue procelle : duet by Drago-

netti. 88.
Di tanti inganni : song (after 1794).

576.
Di tanto eccesso ; fr. opera by Balfe.

440.
Di vantarsi ha ben ragioue ; fr. opera

by Gluck. 293.
Di vilta non mi condanni ; fr. opera by

— PuUi. 288.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



717



" Diadeste " : opera by Balfe. 430.
Diagnea, donna crndele : madrigal (late

17th cent.). 156.
"Diana ed Endimione." v. Si stanchin

le fiere.
"Diane." v. L'univers attendait.
Dice che m' ami : song by Porpora.

584.
Dice che t' e fedele ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 329.
Dice la mia bellissima : madrigal by

Marenzio. 172, 178, 184, 190 (no.

11). V. also So saith my fair.

duet by Reggio. 58.

Dich veneriret (?) mein Herz : song

(1711). 509.
Dick Hopeful ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. G46.
" Dick's fancy " (18th cent.). 201 (252).
"Dicky in the wood." v. "The happy

clown."
Dico air alma ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 235.
Did not we run him hard ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 374, 378.
Did you ever hear of Captain Wattle ;

fr. table entertainment by Dibdin.

644.
"Dido and ^neas": masque by H.

Purcell. 307, 310, 421.
" Didone " : opera by Paisiello. 370.
Didone abbandonata : opera (18th

cent.). V. Son regiua.
• opera by Bernasconi. v. Quando

saprai.

opera by Galuppi. v. Vado, ma



dove. V. also Come potesti.
— operas by Insanguine and Lam-
pugnani. v. Dovrei, ma no.

opera by Mortellari. v. Ah, non



lasciarmi, no.

opera by Perez. v. Se non ti

moro allato.

opera by Porpora. 268. v. also

Ah, non lasciarmi.

opera by Vinci. 258. v. also

Son regiua.

"Die Ahn-frau " : pa'-t of opera by

Hummel. 402.
Die alte Finsterniss : song by A

(late 18th cent.). 599.
" Die Ball-nacht " : part of opera by

Hummel. 425.
"Die beiden Fiichse " : opera by

Mehul. 389.
" Die blaue Insel." v. " Die Esels-

haut."
Die Blumen deiner schonen Wangen :

song (1711). 509.
"Die Ehren-pforten." v. Es ist voll-

bracht.
" Die eingebildeten Philosophen." v.

Sie konnen sich.
"Die Entdeckung von America." v.

" Columbus."



" Die Eselshaut " : opera by Hummel.

403.
Die Flamme lodert : song by Beethoven.

573 (29801, f. 68b).
Die Frauen in der Stadt ; fr. opera

[? by Hummel]. 319.
"Die gate Nachricht." v. Ein Jiing-

ling ; Kehre wieder ; Kommt,

Freunde.
Die, hapless man : madrigal by Wilbye.

184.
" Die Hermannschlacht " : overture to

opera by Chelard. 424.
Die Ihr der Tugend Tempel bau't : song

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

Die Ketten, Briider, die uns binden :

song by W. F. Schulz. 599.
" Die Liebe im Narrenhause " : opera by

Dittersdorf. 367.
Die lume : madrigal [by J. T. Gerarde].

133.
" Die Messenier " : opera by Hummel.

386.
" Die nachtliche Heer-schau." v.

Nachts, um die zwolfte Stunde.
Die not, fond man : madrigal by J.

Ward. 153, 190.
Die now, my heart : madrigal by

Morley. 169.
" Die Priifung " : overture to opera by

Spohr. 388.
" Die Puritaner." v. "I Puritani."
" Die Ruhe des Lebeus." v. Schon,

schon.
" Die Ruinen von Athen " : opera by

Beethoven. 399.
" Die Schweitzer-familie " : opera by

J. Weigh 387.
" Die Sehnsucht." v. Die stille Nacht.
" Die Sentinelle " : part of opera [? by

Hummel]. 319.
Die stille Nacht : song by Hummel (?).

632.
Die stille Wasser-rosc : part-song by

Gade. 455.
"Die vereitelten Riiuke." v. " Le

vicende d' amore."
"Die Verschworenen " ; opera bv

Schubert. 411.
" Die Wasser-rose." v. Die stille

Wasser-rose.
" Die Wege-lagerer." v. " I fuorusciti."
" Die Zauber-flote." v. " The enchanted

flute."
"Die Zauber-zither." v. Ihr guten

lieben Leute.
Diedi a Fileno : song by Scarlatti. 515.
"Dies' Haus ist zu verkaufen." v.

"Das Haus," etc.
"Dies irsB, dies ilia." v. Ci-git un

j)rince.
Dieses weise Spriichlein : song by W.

[F. E.] Bach. 613.
Dietro 1' orme fugaci : song by Handel.

641.



718



INDEX I.



Dieu d'amour, eclaire : song adapted

from Couperin. 525.
Dieu d'amour, pour nos asiles ; fr.

opera [by Rameau]. 264.
Dieu d'amour, sous tes lois ; fr. opera

[by T. Bertin de la Doue]. 264.
Dieu des ames ; f r. opera [by Rebel and

Francoeur]. 295.
Dieu du jour: duet (1757). 67.
Dieu du vin, c'est toi : duet (1757). 68.
Dieu du vin, je suis outrage : duet

(1757). 69.
Dieu garde celle : madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 123.
Dieu garde de mal : madrigal (16th

cent.). 129.
Dieu, je fuis : words of song [by Blon-

del]. 464 (Eg. 274, f. 113).
Dieu la garde, la bergerette : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
Dieu protccteur : song (after 1744, etc.).

537, 557 (King's 332, f. 111).
Dieu, qu'en Bretagne : song (after 1744).

544.
Dieu vous garde : song (16th cent.). 466.
Dieux ! Comme le due de Bourgogne :

song (after 1744, etc.). 542, 557

(King's 333, f. 157b).
Dieux ! Quo d'aimables attraits : song

(1620-1621). 469.
Dieux ! Que d'amants : song (after

1726, etc.). 517, 532, etc.
Dieux ! Quel funeste orage : song (17th

cent.). 492.
Dieux ! Quelle difference : song (after

1744). 535.
Dievix vengeurs: song (after 1744, e^c).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 158).
Difenditi, o core : song by L. Rossi. 481.
Diff ere d'un moment ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 344.
Diffugere nives : motet by J. Fries and

H. Textor. 197.
Digli cbe io son fedele ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 265.
Digne favori : song (after 1749). 558.
Dilegua il tuo timore ; fr. opera by

Salieri. 385.
Dille che a lei fedele ; f r. opera by Abos.

284, 289.
Dille che si consoli ; fr. opera by Chia-

rini. 266.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 272, 345.

"Dilly dally." v. A mountain maid.
" Dilyn serch " : song arranged by

Haydn. 620 (no. 12), 621 (35275,

ff. 4, 18).

V. also Through dreary wilds.



Dimando a voi pieta : song by Marcello.

586.
Dimmi, avete : song (early 19th cent.).

610.
Dimmi, bella ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Dimmi, cara ; fr. opera by Handel. 334.



Dimmi che vaga sci ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 328.
Dimmi, Clori : madrigal by L. Leoni.

167, 172.
Dimmi, crudele : duet (18th cent.). 79.
Dimmi, Filli: song (18th cent.). 585.
Dimmi, mio ben: song (1713?). 583.
Dimmi, o mio cor: song [by Handel].

582.
Dimmi pur, dolce mia vita ; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 235.
Dimmi una volta addio ; fr. opera by

Vinci. 261, 268.
Dimmi una volta almeno : canon by —

Arresi. 12.
Ding ding ding dong bell : catch by

Stonard. 29, 37 (31462, f. 27b), 39,

41, 43.
Ding dong : song by A. G. Thomas.

640.
Dintuzzi (?) amabilissimi : song (18th-

19th cent.). 609.
Dio del mar : song by Scarlatti. 564.
Dio di bonta ; fr. opera by Balfe. 426.
"Diocletian": opera by H. Purcell.

239 (arrangement), 249, 308 (dance).

V. also Let all mankind ; Let the

soldiers rejoice ; Make room ; Sound,

fame ; What shall I do.
Dir che giovi : duet by Steffani. 70, 76.
Dir non posso, o sposo ; fr. opera by P.

Guglielmi. 299.
Dir vorrei che io t' amo : song (early

19th cent.). 6 11.
Dirai di me pietosa : canon (19th cent.).

12.
" Dirindina." v. "Don Chichibeo."
Diro che non son quella ; fr. opera

(1700?). 245.
Diro, diro! Che lui diro : song by Gas-

parini (?). 563.
Diro, diro, vorrei sposina ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa.- 364.
Diro quanto vorra ; fr. opera by [F.]

Alessandri. 360.
Dirti, ben mio, vorrei ; fr. opera by

Leo. 284, 341.
Dirti vorrei, ma che ; fr. opera by G.

Scarlatti. 271.
Disciolta da pene ; fr. opera [? by K. H.

Graun]. 288.
Discord, dire sister : glee by S. Webbe

[sen.]. 99, 104.
Dis-moi, cher Cartigny ; fr. opera by

Lully. 256, 277 (King's 332, f. 198b),

539.
Dis-moi, mon cher Douartigny. v.

Dis-moi, cher Cartigny.
Disperato dolor : madrigal by I. Alberti.

130.
Disperato e deluso : song by Colonna.

488.
Dissi air amata : madrigal by Marenzio.

159, 174, 178, 181, 182 (31410, f.8),

190.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



719



Dissi air amata : madrigal by Ver-

donck. 170.
Dissi t' amo : song by Astorga. 585.
Dite, miei pianti : song by Handel.

586.
Dite, o cieli : duet by L. Rossi. 56, 57,

60, 61, 63, 86.
Ditemi o si o no : madrigal by Morales.

176.
Dites pourquoi : madrigal [? by J. T.

Gerarde]. 133.
Dites-nous, belle reine : song (after

1744). 548.
Dites-nous, chere Tamboune. v. Dites

nous, ma cliere.
Dites-nous, La Vrilliere : song (after

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

f.3b).
Dites-nous, ma chere : song (after 1744,

etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331, f. 103).
Dites-nous quelle opinion : song (after

1744). 540.
Divin objet, qui ravisses les sens : song

(17th cent.). 491.
Divine Andate. v. " Bonduca."
Divine Astraea. v. " The world in the

moon."
Divinest siren : song by Lock. 484.
Do fa sol la : canon (18th-19th cent.). 9.
Do not ask mo : glee by S. Webbe.

101.
Do not delay me : trio by H. Lawes.

653.
Do not expect to bear : song by Laniere.

474.
Do not, do not prize : song [by R.

Jones]. 468.
Do not unbind : duet by W. Jackson of

Exeter. 75.
Do re mi fa mi vien a noia : canon by

— Bassetti. 12.
Do re mi fa sol la : madrigal by Clari.

158, 189.

glee [? by Dibdin]. 113.

Do you not know : madrigal by Jlorley.

169, 174 (31413, f . 24).
Do you want any blooming lavender :

song by Bishop. 633.
Do you want any very good matches :

catch by Savage. 34.
Doch weet ik oen jong vrouwken :

madrigal (16th cent.). 129.
Docteurs, acceptez done la buUe : song

(after 1744). 551.
Dodun dit a son tailleur : song (after

1744). 548.
Does haughty Gaul : song arranged by

Haydn. 618 ; — by Kozeluch. 602,

603 (35278, f. 19), 604 (35279, f.7).
Doguin disait. v. Pour aller a la

potence ; etc.
Dolce amor: song (18th-19th cent.).

578.
Dolce, bella, cara : song (after 1699).

490.



Dolce colpo : song (after 1699). 491,

494.
Dolce e cara stagion : song by Bennati.

563.
Dolce e caro ; fr. opera by [L.] V.

Ciampi. 259.
Dolce e per voi soffrire : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77, 78, 81 (2).
Dolce e pur d' amor 1' affanno : song by

Handel. 560.
Dolce labbro : duet by Steffani. 70,

76.
Dolce mia : madrigal (late 16th cent.).

131, 143.
Dolce mia cara : madrigal [by B. Palla-

vicino]. 143.
Dolce mio duol : madrigal (late 16th

cent.). 131.
Dolce mio fuoco : madrigal by Pever-

nage. 167, 175.
Dolce pace del cor mio : song by C.

[Manelli ?] del Violino. 490.
Dolce pace del mio core : song (after

1699). 490.
Dolce piange romito usignuolo : duet

by Durante. 94.
Dolce signore : madrigal by Francesco

[?daFirenzo]. 122.
Dolce sonno ; fr. opera by Gazzaniga.

259.

■ • duet by J. G. Naumann. 84.

Dolce speme ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

385.
Dolce speranza, uon far : song (after

1699, etc.). 491, 499.
Dolci alpestri parole : madrigal [? by

Mosto]. 131.
Dolci colli : madrigal (? 16th cent.).

143.
Dolci fresche aurette ; fr. opera by

Porpora. 269, 326.
Dolci ire : madrigal by Trofeo. 171.
Dolci rosate labbia : madrigal by Re-

naldi. 171 (29400, f. 34b).
Dolcissimepene: song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Dolcissimo legame : madrigal [by Gio-

vanelli]. 146.
Dolcissimo sospiro : madrigal by Gesu-

aldo. 164.
Dolenti pensier' : trio (early 18th cent.).

651.
Doletevi. v. Piangete, o muse.
"Doll's my favourite" (18th cent.).

199 (67).
Dolly's eyes : catch by — Abel. 40.
Dolor, se il mio dolor, v. grief, if

yet.
Dolorosimartir' : madrigal by Marenzio.

159, 178.
Dolorous, mournful cares : madrigal by

Marenzio. 151, 186.
" Domum tuam." v. C'est peu.
"Don Anchise Campanone": opera

by Hummel. 402.



720



INDEX I.



' Roger de Coverley,



"Don Boin." v.

New."
"Don Calascione." v. Ah, frenate il

pianto ; Cola sul praticello ; Non son

di quelle ; Signer Pancrazio ; Sol due

ricordi ; Svela, se m' ami.
" Don Chichibeo " (?) : burletta by

Jommelli. 331.
"Don Chisciotte": fragment of opera

by Paisiello. 386.
"Don don." v. Pour bien chomer ;

Tons les peuples ; etc.
"Don Giovanni." v. Deli vieni alia

finestra ; Madamina.
" Don John " : opera by Bishop. 397.
Don Masello ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

349.
"Don Quixote": opera by R. Courte-

ville. V. Vertumnus, Flora.
incidental music (arrangement) by

J. Eccles. 239. v. also I burn, I

burn ! My brain consumes ; The

Milkmaid : 'Twas early.

part of opera by H. Purcell.



231.
V. also Appear, ye fat fiends ; From
rosy bowers ; Genius of England ;
Groves with eternal sweets ; Let the
dreadful ; Since times are so bad ;
With this sacred charming-wand.

" Don Sebastian." v. " The renegade."

"Don Trastullo nel barattolo " : inter-
mezzo by Jommelli. 344.

Dona mi pace : song (17th-18th cent.).
500.

Donde ira sin dineros el hombre : song
by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (.36877, f. 54b).

Donna bella e gentile : madrigal [by
Verdonck]. 175, 187.

Donna, cagion de niali ; fr. opera (late
17th cent.). 236.

Donna, che il remirar : madrigal by
A. della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 4).

Donna cortese : song (18th cent.). 585.

Donna crudel : madrigal (after 1001).
141.

Donna crudel, piii non ti chieggio :
madrigal by G. Jeffreys. 154.

Donna crudel, tu m' hai rubato : madri-
gal by Ferretti. 167, 185, 189.

Donna, dai vostri sguardi : madrigal by
Marenzio. 179.

Donna, io prego amore : madrigal (15th-
16th cent.). 122.

Donna, 1' ardente [fiamma] : madrigal
by Alfonso [Ferrabosco, sen.]. 131.

Donna, la bella mano : madrigal by
Bertani. 185.

madrigal by Giovanelli. 146, 177.

madrigal by Pordenone. 167,187.

Donna leggiadra : madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 8b).
Donna, mentre io vi miro : madrigal by

H. Lawes. 156.
Donna mi fugge : madrigal by Ferretti.

188.



Donna, non fu giammai : madrigal by
B. Corsini. 121.

Donna, piu d' altre : madrigal by Ma-
renzio. 178.

Donna, possa partir : madrigal (16th
cent.). 1.36.

Donna, se io miro voi : madrigal by G.
Jeffreys. 154.

Donna, se voi m' odiate : madrigal by

A. Ferrabosco. v. Lady, if you.

■ madrigal by B. Pallavicino. 131,

143.
Donna, sito fallito : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 121.
Donna, tu pur : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 122.
Donna, vi viddi : madrigal [by G. M.

Nanino]. 174.
Donne belle, che bramate ; fr. opera by

B. Galuppi. 291.

Donne chi vuol comprar : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
Donne, e qua il moleta : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Donne, 1' amore : song (early 19th cent.).

611.
Donncz a boire : canon (1580). 7 (see

also 31462, f. 48).
Donnez secours : madrigal (16th cent.).

1.32.

madrigal by C. De Lattre. 161.

Dono Cintia a Damone : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Dono Licori a Tirsi : madrigal [by

Giovanelli]. 145.
Don't push : catch (late 18th cent.).

41.
Don't so take on ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
Don't you know that Pythagoras; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 644.
Donzelle semplici ; fr. opera by Gluck.

315.
Donzelle tenere : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 559.
Door 't deruen van U : madrigal (1st

half of 16th cent.). 128.
Dopo cento e cento affanni ; fr. opera

(18th-19th cent.). 370.
Dopo il periglio ; fr. opera bv Per-

golesi. 289.
Dopo r orrore ; fr. opera by Handel.

262.
Dopo la rea stagione ; fr. opera by G.

Scarlatti. 271.
Dopo le ombre d' un fiero sospetto ; fr.

opera by Handel. 339.
Dopo lunga tempesta : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 524.
Dopo lungo penar : song by Scarlatti.

581.
Dopo tante amare pene ; fr. opera by

Handel. 446.
Dopo tante e tante pene : song by

Astorga. 506, 509, 584, 586.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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Dopo un lungo servire : song by Reggio.

486.
Dopo un tuo sguardo ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 277, 328.
" Dori ": opera by Cesti. 227.
Dorina mia ; fr. opera by Sarti. .360.
Doris, see tbe amorous flame : song

by W. Lawes. 473.
Dormeudo jersera : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 109b).
Dormendo uu [giorno ?] : madrigal

(? 16tb cent.). 142.
Dormi pur ; fr. opera by Scarlatti. 336.
Dormite, pensieri : duet (late 17th

cent.). 59.
Dormiva dolcemente : madrigal [by

Stivorio]. 142 (30823-5, f. 26b).
Dormiva e mi baciasti : madrigal by

Giov. Ferrari. 162.
Dormiva in grembo ai fiori : song by

Astorga. 509.
Dormon gli occhi ; fr. opera (after 1699).

233.
Dormono 1' aure ; duet by Durante. 82

(31552, f. .39), 85 (31539, f.l63), 91

(31515, f. 122), 94.

song by Scarlatti. 515, 588.

Dost see how unregarded now : song

by W. Lawes. 473.
Doubt you to whom : song by Stevens.

592.
Doubtless the pleasure : catch by

Travers. .30, 35.
Douleur me bat : madrigal by Josquin

des Pres. 104.

madrigal by Willaert. 164.

Doux charme de la vie : song (1728).

522.
Doux charmes de la vie : duet (1737,

etc.). 64, 68.
Doux rossignols : song (after 1737). 525.
Doux ruisseaux : song (after 1726). 520.
" Doux sommeil." v. Dieux vengeurs.
Douze grands coups : song (18th cent.).

579.
Dove, ah dove, o pastori : trio by Clari.

157, 189.
Dove corri, mio core : song (1678-1682).

480.
Dove del bel Torano : song (1698?).

489.
Dove, dove e la fede ; fr. opera by

Monteverde. 225 (30491, f. 39b).
Dove e 1' ingrata ; fr. opera by Ga-
luppi. 297.
Dove e quell' usignolo : madrigal by

Clari. 157 (3), 180.
Dove e ? S' affretti ; fr. opera by Perez.

293.
Dove hai tu nido : quartet by Marcello.

4.58.
Dove hai tu sede, amore : song by

Carapella. 502.
Dove le piante giro : song by [? G. B.]

Buononciui. 501.

II



Dove, Dio, orridi boschi : song by

[S.j A. Fiore. 527.
Dove rivolgo, o Dio : song (after 1794).

576.
Dove sei che non ti sonto : song by

Vinci. 506.
Dove sei ? Dove t' ascondi : song (after

1699). 490.
Dove sei, mio bel tesoro ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
Dove son ? Che cosa ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 306.
Dove son ? Chi mi da aita ; fr. opera

(late 18th cent.). 360.
Dove son ? Di gelo resto ; f r. opera by

Cimarosa. 306, 364.
Dove son ? Dove m' aggiro : song by

Leo. 590.
Dove son 1' erbette : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Dove sono, ahime ; fr. opera by Cima-
rosa. 372.
Dove vai, mio ben : song by Bigaglia.

558.
Dovea svenarti ; fr. opera by Duni.

327.

fr. opera by Vinci. 340.

Dovrei, ma no ; fr. opera by Insanguine.

349.

fr. opera by Lampugnani. 284.

" Dowch i'r brwydr " : duet arranged

by Haydn. 94 (2).
Down, afflicted soul : song (1030). 471.
Do\vn berry down : round by W.

Dagger. 2G.

round adapted (?), fr. W. Dagger.

123.

Down in a dungeon : catch by Hilton.

30,37 (31462, f. 29b), 39, 46.
Down in a flow'ry vale. v. Quando

ritrovo.
Down in a valley : madrigal by Wilbye.

151, 185, 190.
Down in the gloomy vale : glee by

W. Linley. 99, 102, 111.
Down in the inmost caves ; fr. opera

by Balfe. 426.
Down in the valley ; fr. opera by Hook.

404.
"Down the bank " : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 208.
Down the burn, Davy : duet arranged

by Haydn. 92.



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