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Down with the rascals ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 433.
Draw on, sweet night : madrigal by

Wilbye. 152, 183.
Draw out thy minutes : song by Blow.

483.
Dread sir, father Janus : ode by Blow.

213.
Dread sir, the prince of light : ode by

Blow. 213.
"Dreaming of home." v. 0, brightly

the starlight.

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INDEX I.



Dreimal gegriisst : song by A (late

18th cent.). 598.
Dress'd a la mode ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

378.
Drink, drink about : glee [by W.

Russell]. 99.
Drink, my lads; fr. opera (1836). 423.
Drink on till night bo spent : part-song

by H. Bowman. 452.
catch by Purcell. 27, 29, 37

(31462, f. 14), 39, 42, 45.
Drink to me only : song (1762). 568.
Drink to-day ; fr. onera by Chilmead.

228.
Drink ye to her : glee by T. Miles.

115.
Drinking is an English diversion : glee

by Alcock. 108.
Dronche, drinche : catch by L. Opstraet

van der Moelen. 26.
" Drop " (18th cent.). 201 (198).
Drop not mine eyes : song [by J. Daniel].

469.
"Drops of brandy" (18th cent.). 200

(180).
"Drown drought" (18th cent.). 199(18).
Drowsy Phoebus. v. "The rival

friends."
" Drusi laudes." v. Qualem ministrum.
Dry those eves : incidental music [by

Banister]." 229.
Dry those fair, those crystal eyes : song

by J. Wilson. 480.
Du bon du cceur : madrigal (16th cent.).

128.
Du chevalier aimable duchesse : song

(after 1726, etc.). 517, 533, 557

(King's 331, f. 23b).
Du choix de notre g^n^ral : song (after

1726). 520.
Du comte d'Hostimplon : song (after

1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332,

f.81b).
Du concile d'Embrun : song (after

1744). 554.
Du dieu d'amour : song (after 1737).

525.
Du fameux concile: song (after 1744).

549.
Du fonds de ma pensee : song (16th

cent.). 466.
" Du haut en bas" : song (after 1744).

548. V. also Pere Girard.

song by Masset. 637.

Du Normand, abbe de St. Pierre : song

(after 1744, etc.). 538, 557 (King's

332, f. 190).
Du nouveau saint : song (after 1744).

552.
Du roi Guillaume : song (after 1726).

521.
Du s6rieux de Melpomene : song (after

1749). 557.
Du temps du roi Guillemot : song (after

1744). 531.



Du Turc I'ambassadeur : song (after

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

ff. 152b, 185).
Dubbij fra duo : madrigal by Gir. Casati.

168.
Dubois, dont on faisait : song (after

1744, etc.). 547, 557 (King's 335,

f. 156).
Duchemin ci-oit etre belle, v. Cheme-

rault dit.
Due begl' occhi : madrigal by Pizzoni.

181, 190.
Duebellissime pupille. v. " Giro " ; by

A. Scarlatti.
Due cuori a me fan guerra : duet by

Lotti. 90, 176.
Due gran filosofi: song by A. Bruno.

583.
Due pupille che son ridenti : song

(1683?). 485.
Due pupille mi saettano : song by

A. Melani. 513.
Due vaghe pupille; fr. opera by

Scarlatti. 336.
" Dulce domum" (1815). v. Deep in a

vale.

by J. Reading, v. Concinamus

O sodales.

Dulces exuviae ; motet (five settings,
1519-1533). 193.

motet [by J. T. Gerarde]. 194.

Dulcibella, whene'er I sue : duet by H.

Purcell. 63.
Dulcior melle : motet (after 1608). 195.
Dull, repining sons of care : glee by

Gallcott. 100, 107.
Dum vivimus, vivamus. v. Mihi est

propositum.
"Dumbarton's drums " : song (late 18th

cent.). 595.
"Duncan Davison." v. There was a

lass ; they ca'd her Meg.
"Duncan Gray": song arranged by

Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff.8, 16,

22b).

V. also Merry fa' you.

Dunque, Aminta : madrigal [by Gio-

vanelli]. 145.
Dunque, arciero bambin. v. L' idolo

mio si dolcemente.
Dunque, avanti ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

306.
Dunque, e pur ver: song by Astorga.

587.
Dunque, ingrato : song by Scarlatti.

558.
Dunque, mio cor: duet by Durante. 94.
Dunque, o bella : song by Tosi. 501,

563.
Dunque, o cieli : song by [? P. S.]

Agostini. 563.
Dunque, pensi : song by — - Colonnese.

490.
Dunque, perpetuo sonno : song by Cara-

pella. .502.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



723



Dunque, sara pur vero : song by Handel.

641.
" Dupont, mon ami " : song (after 1744).

548.

V. also Si la St. Martin ; etc.

Duras a fait la jonction : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335, f. 17).
Duras, ce grand capitaiue : song (after

1726, etc.). 518 (51), 585, 557 (King's

331, f. 145), etc.
Duras, dans sa chaise : song (after

1744). 535.
Duras dit, fiez-vous a moi : song (after

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

f. 180b).
Durate et vosmet rebus servate se-

cundis : canon adapted (?) by Ugoliui

from Willaert. 6.
Durch's Leben fiihrt : song by W. [P.

E.] Bach. 657.
"Durdham Downs." v. Alack and

alack ; How rapid the course.
"Dyddanwch Gruffydd ap Cynan." v.

Vale of the Cross.
" Dygan y pibydd coch " : song arranged

by Haydn. 621 (35274, f . 28 ; 35275,

ff.9, 14, 23).

V. also Where is my Owen.

E bello il peusiero ; fr. opera (1762).

^ 297.

E bello r idol mio : song by T. di Mauro.

506.
E che contento : song (1738?). 526.
E che diro : canon (19th cent.). 12.
E che SI ; fr. opera (?), by C. Ludovici.

234.
E chi non v' ameria ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 236.

song by L. Rossi. 494.

come, e dove : song by Astorga. 591.
con qual core : song by Scarlatti.

490.

contento : song by Fiorentino. 506.

cosi mi compatite : duet by Steffani.

09, 77, 80, 90.
cosi pur languendo : madrigal by

Marenzio or M. A. Rossi. 136, 176.
^ — - trio by Reggio. 650.
E crudo, lo veggio : song by — Fer-

dinando. 490.
E destin del uostro core ; fr. opera by

Porpora. 257.
E destino : duet by Pasquiui. 70, 73.
E fattasi reina. v. Mentre che altero.
E fia pur vero : song by Scarlatti.
^ 514.
E foUe quel uocchier ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
E foUia, di chi si crede ; fr. opera (late
, 17th cent.). 236.

E follia, se nascondete; fr. opera by
^ Vinci. 261.

E Giulia in ciel. v. Stella, che in ciel.
E giunto un corriero : song (1681). 482.



E in ogni core ; fr. opera by Duni. 270.
E r amor un arciere : duet by Steffani.

66.
E la banda. v. Amor piangeva.
E la donna un augelletto ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
Elafiamma: song (18th cent.). 588.
E la luna : song (18th-19th cent.). 607,

608.
E la morte solievo : song by [? G. A.]

Bridi. 614.
E lu mare: song (18th-19th cent.).

607.
E luugi dal mio bene : song by Scar-
^ latti. 588.
E miracolo d' amore ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 236.
E nato mezzo mare : song (18th-19th

cent.). 607.
E nato per penare ; fr. opera by Leo.

342.
E no ... voi piu giocate. v. Ah no.
E partirai, mia vita : song by Handel.
, 582, 586.
E pena troppo barbara : canon by Me-

tastasio. 6.
E per virtu, v. Apollo se ancor.
E perche non m' uccidete : duet by

Steffani. 69, 77, 79, 80, 90.
E possibile, o Dio : song by Astorga.

509.
E puo soffrir : song by L. Rossi. 494.
E puoi, crudel ; fr. opera by Vinci. 265.
E pur giammai. v. Non ti sdegnar,

vezzosa.
E pur sempre : song by Stradella. 587.
E pur vuole il cielo : duet by Scarlatti

or Durante. 66, 80, 94.
E qual nave il mio cor : song by Co-

lonna. 488.
E quando io spero. v. II fuoco che io

sentiva.
E quando mai : duet (1st half of 18th

cent.). 66.
E quel fuoco. v. Mentre che altero.
E raggio del cielo. v. " Piugallo."
E risi simulati. v. Giechi desir'.
E sanato il mio core : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 131).
E sara la mia fede : song by — Ficca.

506.
E se il mio doglio : madrigal by Maren-
zio. 180.
E se io son lunge.
E se miseramente.
E se non la rimiro.

bella.
E se quella pietate.

sofierse.

E Spagnuoli e Siciliani : song [? by
^ Vento]. 569.
E specie di tormento ; fr. opera by Ber-

nasconi. 343.
E spento 1' ardore :' song [? by Dumont].

496.

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V. Se da begli occhi.
■V. Gia piansi.

V.



Lungi dalla mia



Quanto per voi



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INDEX I.



E spento 1' ardore : duet by Steffani.

. 76.

E tempo, o luci belle : song (1721). 513.

E tiranuico : song by D. Gabrieli. 500.

E troppo bella ; fr. opera by Porpora.

^ 269.

E troppo dolore : canon by Borri. 12.

E tu, figlia, consent! ; fr. opera by Por-

sile. 382.
E tu bai cuor : song (two settings, early

19tb cent.). 610-12 (3).
E tu resti, mia vita : song (late 17th

cent.). 496.
E un dolce iuganno ; fr. opera (18th
^ cent.). 328.

E un fioretto : song by G. B. Schar-
^ maun. 610-12 (3).
E un incendio ; fr. opera (by Handel),
, 281.
E un inferno : duet (two settings) by

Steffani. 70.
E un mar la vita : song by Colonna.
, 488.

E vagante. v. Non so cbi mi piago.
E ver che all' amo iutorno ; fr. opera

by Galuppi. 287.
E ver che Dori e beUa; madrigal by
^ Clari. 157, 177.

E ver che son Moretto : song (beg.
, 19th cent., etc.). 609, 612.
E ver, mia Filli : song by Hasse. 583.
E vera e non sognata : song by Scar-
latti. 563.
E vuoi con dure tempre ; fr. opera bv

Sarri. 268.
Each inward sigh : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Each pencil's tongue : song [? by J.

Gamble]. 476.
Each piece of love : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Early in the morn : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Earth is but a point, v. The earth, etc.
Ebbe, non ti smarrir : song by Mys-

liweczek. 594.
Ebbi da te la vita ; fr. opera by G.

Manna. 327.
Ecco, a funesto occaso : song by Mar-
cello. 586.
Ecco, a noi di ritorno : song by Bido-

gnetti. 568.
Ecco, amante x^astorella : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Ecco, amor : madrigal by Clari. 157.
Ecco che a voi ritorno : song by Scar-
latti. 510, 514, 558, 560.
Ecco che il ciel : madrigal by Marenzio.

178.
Ecco che il primo albore : song by

Porpora. 512.
Ecco che io lasso : madrigal (1588).

141, 184.
Ecco che io verso il sangue : song by

Reggio; 486.



Ecco che mille augei. v. Ecco che il

ciel.
Ecco, Clori, mia bella : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 86).
Ecco, d' oro 1' eta : madrigal (1575-

1578). 130.
Ecco, da me partita : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 509.
Ecco, di Gnido il tempio : song (early

19th cent.). 611.

song by L. K. Widmann. 613.

Ecco, Dorinda : song by G. B. Buonon-
cini. 506.

Ecco, e pur giunto : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492(36877,1.97).
Ecco, gia r alba. v. Ecco, mormorar

r onde.
Ecco, giunto il giorno : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Ecco, il bel lauro : madrigal by Luz-

zaschi. 173.
Ecco, il bcl mese : song by L. K.

Widmann. 609, 613.
Ecco, il forte braccio ; fr. opera by

— Gierosa. 327.
Ecco, il petto : duet by Marcello. 82.
Ecco, il secco busto ; fr. opera byPaer.

385.
Ecco, in rustico ammanto; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.
Ecco, r acqua : song (1747 ?). 556.
Ecco, r alba : trio by Carissimi. 649,

651.

song by G. Casalotti (?). 492

(36877, f. 117).

Ecco, r alma mia bella : song by G.
Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 120b).

Ecco, r infausta aurora : duet by [A.]
Lucchesi. 84.

Ecco, r infausto lido : song by Porpora.
513, 564, 581.

Ecco, r ora fatal : song by Hasse. 556.

Ecco, la primavera : duet by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 58.

Ecco, mormorar 1' onde
(18th cent.). 175.

Ecco, quel fiero istante : song (two
settings, 18th cent.), 583.

song by Signora (18th cent.).



madrigal



583.



583.



song (early 19th cent.). 612.

canon (19th cent.). 12.

song by Caffarelli. 583.

song [by Cimarosa]. 606.

song (two settings) by 0. Gravina.



song by Monticelli. 583.
duet [? by Vento]. 72.



Ecco, riede : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 105).
Ecco, Silvio : duet by Reggio. 57.
Ecco, vicine, o bella : duet by Reggio.

58.
Eccomi ! Non ferir ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 277.



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725



Eccomi ! Non ferir ; fr. opera by
, Hasse. 287.
Ecoutez, belle princesse : song (after

1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330,
, f. 122).
Ecoutez, gens de Montpellier : song

(after 1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's
, 333, f. 12b).

Ecoutez, grands at petits : song (after
, 1744). 536.
Ecoutez I'liistoire du beau Misis : song

by J. J. Rousseau. 580.
Ecoutez la relation : song (after 1744,

etc.). 555, 557 (King's 337, ff. 126,
, 182).
Ecoutez le triste r^cit : song (after

1744, etc.). 544, 557 (King's 334,
, f. 105).

Ecoutez mon inigme; fr. opera (after
, 1737). 263.

Ecoutez, tons gentils Gallois : madrigal
, by Jannequiu. 164.
Ecoutons la fleurette: duet (1757). 67.
Ed avrai tal pietci. v. Vago usignuol.
Ed e ben degno. v. Qui, dove corre.
Ed ei fero. v. Meutre che altero.
Edite Csesareo Boiorum sanguine :

motet [? by G. Gabrieli]. 194.
" Edward the black prince " : opera by

Bishop. 399 (portions), 415.
E'en as in seas : madrigal (after 1613).

150.
Een boer, een boer, zoo will ik wagen :

madrigal (16th cent.). 128.
E'en death, v. Come, death.
E'en sighs I send : madrigal (after

1604). 145.
Een vrolijk wezeu (?) ; madrigal {temi).

Henry VIIL). 125.
Een zotte kluit : madrigal (16th cent.).

129.
"Eggingtou rakes" (18th cent.). 201

(273).
" Egisto." V. Amor, chi ti die.
Egli e pur troppo vero : duet by T.

Merula. 72.
Eh bien. v. Vous m'entendez bien.
Eh, palsangue, Pierrot : duet (after

1737, etc.). 64, 68.
Eh, pourquoi ce pelerinage : song (after

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

f.66).
Eh, pourquoi done ce pelerinage. v.

Eh, pourquoi ce pelerinage.
Eh, pourquoi done sur cette grace :

song (after 1744, etc.). 551, 557

(King's 336, f. 106).
Eh, pourquoi done, vieux cardinal :

song (after 1744). 556.
Eheu, fugaces : song (18th cent.). 592.
" Eight men of Moydart " : Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 208.
Ein' Braut wollt' nicht : song (1640).

472.
Ein Geist ; fr. opera by Siissmayr. 317.



Ein Jiingling; fr. opera by Hummel.

403.
Ein Soldat bin ich. v. A soldier

am I.
Ein ziemlicher Herr alter : song (1640).

472.
Eiumal uur in unscr'm Leben : song

by Hummel. 624.
Eins nur, Bruder, Seelen-grosse : song

by Sterkel. 599.
Eins nur diirfen : song by Hummel (?).

632.
Einsam wandelt dein Freund : song

(sketch) by Beethoven. 573.
El far ben ; etc. v. II far ben ; etc.
El que partir : madrigal by Rimonte.

141.
Elfin Filma: fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin.' 644.
"Elfrida": opera by T. A. Arue. v.

Hail to thy living light.

part of opera by Balfe. 426, 427,

4.30, 432. V. also Ah, chi sa ; Ah, se
io potessi ; Ciel, che tento ; cielo ;
Tristo poter.

chorus from, by Crotch. v.



Humanity.

opera by Paisiello. 370. v. also



Credi, la mia ferita ; Di furor.
"Elisa e Olaudio " : opera by Merca-

dante. 413.
"Elisabetta, regina d' Inghilterra " :

opera by Rossini. 435, 437.
Eliza fair : madrigal (after 1611). 147.
Eliza — her name gives honour :

madrigal by J. Bennet. 137.
Eliza is the fairest queen : madrigal by

[R.] Johnson. 139.
Ella, che sen accorse. v. Stringeami

Galatea.
" Ella Rosenberg " : opera by M. P.

King. 893.
EUe en est hors du coeur : madrigal

(1st half of 16th cent.). 127.
EUe sur toutes : madrigal [tejnp.

Henry VHI.). 126.
Eloigne de Nanette : song (18th cent.).

579.
" Eloisa ed Abelardo." v. Se in queste

spiaggie.
"Eloisa on the death of Abelard." v.

Deep in this vatilt.
" Elpidia " : opera by Vinci. 253.
Elpino innamorato : song by Caldara.

508.
" Elsie Marley " : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 208.
" Eltham assembly " (18th cent.). 201

(244).
"Emma." v. Never was there tale of

woe.
Empi, se mi sdegnate ; fr. opera by

Handel. 339.
Empia mano ; fr. opera by G. F. di

Majo. 299.



726



INDEX I.



Empia stella; fr. opera [by Mancini].

248.
Empio amor ; fr. opera by Pergolesi.

335.
Empio, gia so ; fr. opera by G. F. di

Majo. 294.
En amour on n'entend point raison :

song (1728). 522.
En attendant d'avoir : madrigal (16th

cent.). 132.
En attendant la grace : madrigal (1st

half of 16th cent.). 127.
En attendant secours : madrigal [? by

J. T. Gerarde]. 133.
En ce gracieux niois : madrigal by J.

Oourtois. 176.
En ce pays un chacun ment : song

(after 1726). 518.
En ce printemps : song (1448). 465.
En d6pit de la Faculte : song (after

1744). 544.
En depit de tont m^pris. v. Tout me

dit que Lindor.
En depit des faux m^disants : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
En deuil et fort afflig6 : song (after

1744). 544.
En docteur ami ; fr. opera [by Fran-

cceur and Rebel]. 274.
En douleur : madrigal by N. Baudouin.

177.
En effet, si ne reprouvez : madrigal (1st

half of 16th cent.). 127.
En espoir vis : madrigal by Lasso. 161.
En exer(?ant votre vengeance ; song

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

333, f. 224).

En Plandre nous avons dans6 : song
(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's

334, f. 27).

En hiver I'abbe de Grammout : song

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

331, f.85b).
En I'amour d'une dame : madrigal by

P. de La Rue. 128.
En I'ombre d'un buissonet : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
En languissant : madrigal ('? 16th cent.).

142.
En las riberas : madrigal by Rimonte.

140.
En m'oyant chanter : madrigal by

Lasso. 167.
En Mai quand rose est : duet (13th

cent.). 52.
En mariage : song (1752-1753 ?). 565.
En menant paltre : song (1760). 567.
En mil sept cent trente deux : song

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

336, f. 89).
En non sachant : madrigal by Josquin

des Pr6s. 160.
En nous enlevant Villeroi : song (after

1744, etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332,

f. 153b).



En rovenant d'Epinay : song (1728).

522.
En revenant de Charenton : song (1728).

523.
En revenant de La Rochelle : song

(1728). 523.
En revenant de Lorraine: song (1760).

567.
En revenant de Lorrette : song (1728).

523.
En revenant de Saint Denis, v. Pour

Saint M^dard.
En riant la jeune Colette : song (1760).

566.
En soupirant j'ai vu : song by Hortense,

Queen of Holland. 623.
En tons ebats : madrigal by Crespel.

177.
En tous lieux; fr. opera [by LviUy].

255.
En tout temps doit I'homme : song

(late 13th cent.). 464.
En vacance I'ou voit assis : song (after

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

f. 174).
En vain, beaut^s : song (after 1744).

531.
En vain j'ai jur^ : song (after 1737).

525.
En vain j'ai respects ; fr. opera [bv

Lully]. 264 (no. 74).
En vain je bois : song (1728). 522.
En vain la jMonasterollc ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 274, 277 (King's 334, f. 218b).
En vain, pour oublier : duet (1757).

68.
En vain, princesse : song (after 1744).

554.
En vain une mere severe : song (1760).

566.
En Vintimille : song (after 1744, etc.).

550, 557 (King's 336, f.93b).
En vrai amour : madrigal by Henry

VIII. 126.
Enchanted by your voice : song by H.

Hall. 503.
Enchantez mes regards ; fr. opera by

]\Iouret. 267.
Encompass'd in an angel's frame ; fr.

opera [by W. Jackson of Exeter]. 323.
Encore, encore, v. Through life's pur-
suits.
Encore un coup ; fr. opera [by Colasse].

254.
"Endimione": opera (18th cent.), v.

Dimmi che vaga sei.

opera by Paradies (?). v. Quel

ruscelletto.

opera by Sacchini. v. Amor, che



nasce.
"Enea." v. " Didone."
" En6e et Lavinie." ii. Ami que tu fais ;

Belle Fanchon ; Encore un coup.
Enfants de Bacchus et d'amour : song

(after 1744). 529.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



727



Enfants de Bacchus, mes amis : song

(17th cent.). 491.
" Enfield Common" (I8th cent.). 200

(143).
Enfin, apres bien de discours : song

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

333, f. 158b).
Enfin ce due. v. Enfin le due.
Enfin ce grand jour : song (after 1744).

545.
Enfin, Comtesse : song (after 1749). 557.
Enfin, France, cessez vos larmes : song

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

336, f. 45).
Enfin, grace a Pourbin ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 256.
Enfin, grace a Jeannot ; fr. opera [? by

Lully]. 255 (words).
Enfin, grace a I'amour ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 255.
Enfin grace au d6pit. v. Enfin, grace

a Pourbin ; Enfin, grace a Jeannot ;

Enfin, grace a I'amour ; Enfin, grace

au Seigneur ; etc.
Enfin, grace au Seigneur ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 273, 277 (King's 381, f. 61b).
Enfin Iris : song (after 1744). 532.
Enfin je ne vols plus la belle : song

(17th cent.). 492.
Enfin la voici : duet (1620-1621). 53.
Enfin le due est exil6 : song (after 1744,

etc.). 549, 557 (King's 386, f. 37).
Enfin ma Constance: duet (1757). 68.
Enfin mes cr^anciors ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 273,
Enfin, mou ami : song (after 1744). 553.
Enfin mon beau soleil: duet by L.

Opstraet van der Moelen. 54.
Enfin Noailles a succombe : song (after

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

f.48b).
Enfin nos trois Tunisiens : song (after

1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's 386,

f. 68).
Enforc'd by love : madrigal by R. Par-
sons. 162, 165.
Enforce yourself : madrigal by Turges.

125.
England, be glad: madrigal Uevm.

Henry VIII.) . 126.
England, once Europe's envy : song by

Hilton. 474.
England, the spell is broken : song by

S. Wesley. 623.
Englische Beele: song (1711). 509.
Enlivening music : catch [? by Pe-

pusch]. 28.
Entflohen sind die frohen Stunden :

cantata by Hummel. 22.
Entice not me : song (three settings,

after 1669 ?). 477 (2), 478.
Entra 1' uomo : duet by G. B. Martini.

71 (14135, f. 43 ; 31675, f. 38).
Entre deux draps : song (after 1744).

530.



Entre les roses : song (1620-1621). 469.
Entre Paris et Mantes : song (after

1744). 550.
Entre Paris et St. Denis : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Entre une bruue et une blonde : song

(1728). 522.
Entro romito speco : song by Scarlatti.

588.
Eppur dolce a chi bene ama : song

(17th-18th cent.). 499.
Eppur dolce amare : song by Astorga.

586.
Eppur dolce, eppur soave : duet by

Marcello. 79, 83 (32673, f. 22).
Eppur dolce tornar : duet by Steffani.

81.
Eppur giunta : madrigal by Stradella.

169.
Eppur giunto il momento : song by

Biffi. 561.
Eppur grave martir ; fr. opera (after

1699). 233.
Eppur senza temer. v. Dove e quell'

usignuolo.
Eppur soave amore : song by Paer. 622.
Eppur vezzoso ; fr. opera by Porpora.

257, 261.
Eppure il gran tormento : song by Scar-
latti. 588.
" Epsom wells " (18th cent.). 200 (174).
opera by R. Smith, v. how I

abhor.
Era r anima mia : madrigal by Maren-

zio (?). 136.
Era la notte : song (17th-18th cent.).

499.
Era la sposa mia ; fr. opera by Paisiello.

364.
Era presso a morire : madrigal (18th

cent.). 175.
" Eraclito c Democrito." v. Sol di

pianto.
Eran [le] ninfe : madrigal by Striggio.

140.
Eran le vostre lagrime : madrigal by

Palestrina. 158.
" Ercole in Tebe " : opera [? by Boretti].

237.
" Erddygan caer y Waun": song ar-
ranged by Haydn. 621 (35274, f. 30 ;

35275, ff.9b, 23b).
Ere my sweet freedom : song by Hook.

616.
Ere raging seas : song by Dibdin. 604.
Ere yet the day : song by Dibdin. 605.
Ere yet we slumbers seek : glee by W.

Linley. 116.
Erhebt das Glas : song by Beethoven.

573.
Erma valle : song by L. K, Widmann.

613.
Erme campague. v. Valli profonde.
" Erminia " : opera by [G. 13.] Buonon-

cini. 338. v. also Sol per te.



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INDEX I.



Erminia sventurata : song by L. Rossi.

495.
" Ernani " : opera by Verdi. 449.
Erschall', o Gefiibl: song by A

(late 18th cent.). 598.
" Eryri wyn" : song arranged by Haydn.

620,621 (35275, ff. 2b, 16).
Es ist einMiidel : song by Hummel (?).

632.
Es ist vollbracht ; fr. opera by Beet-
hoven. 399.
Es war einnial ein Griibelkopf : song

by W. [F. E.] Bach. 613.
Esci mio gregge florido : song by Gas-

parini. 583, 584.
"Esmeralda": fragments of opera by

A. G. Thomas. 444 (2).
Esposta a miUe palpiti ; fr. opera by

— PuUi. 288.
Esprits de haine : duet (after 1737). 64.
Esprits qu'uu fol amour : song (16th

cent.). 466.
Esser lieti; fr. operatic aria by M.

Carcassi. 403.
Est tonus sic : explanation of musical

terms used in singing, after 1226.

460.
Est-ce ainsi qu'on examine : song (after

1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334,

f. 145b).
Est-ce colere : song (after 1774, etc.).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 138b).
Est-ce vrai que Ton m'a dit : song

(after 1726). 519.
Est-il bien vrai : song (after 1744, etc.).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 191).
Est-il endormi : duet (1757). 69.
Est-il mort : song (after 1744). 553.
Est-il poete. v. Est-il un poete.
Est-il possible : madrigal [by J. T.

Gerardo]. 133.
Est-il un poete : song (after 1744). 536.
" Et allons, ma tourterelle." v. Louis,

avec sa charmante ; etc.
" Et bon, bon, bon." v. Le cardinal

et Dom Louis ; Un chanoine de

I'Auxerrois ; etc.
" Et gaudebit." v. Au temps d'ete.
" Et oui, par la mordienne." v. Ces

gens que Monsieur.
Et pour vous faire entendre, v. Seig-
neurs, que Dieu.
" Et vogue la galere." v. Sur I'amour-

eux Neptune.
" Et zon, zon." v. A la cour quel

malheur ; etc.
"Etearco." v. La speme lusiughiera.
Eternal hope : glee by Callcott. 105.
Eternal Source of Light Divine : sere-

nata by Handel. 221.
" Ethelburga." v. If, lady, thou art

still awake.
£tre a table : duet (1757). 67.
£trediscret; fr. opera [by Lully]. 256.
!Etrc faux : song (after 1744). 553.



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