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

Eugene a manque de foi : song (after

1744). 538.
Eugene a pris Villeroi : song (after

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

f. 172b).
Eugene, entrant en campagne : song

(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's

334, f.52).
Eugene, 6tant arrive : song (after 1744).

538.
Eugene, grand rempli de gioire : song

(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's

334, f.80b).
Eugene, malgr^ sa defaite : song (after

1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334,

f. 64).
Eugene, pendant la nuit : song (after

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

f. 179b).
Eugene sert I'Empereur : song (after

1744). 538.
Eugene sous ses eteudards : song (after

1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334,

f.60b).
Eugene, ta gioire : song (after 1744).

543.
Eugene va expres prendre Cremoue :

song (after 1744, etc.). 538, 557

(King's 332, f. 173).
" Eumene " : opera (18th cent.). 329.
opera by Jommelli. ■;;. Al caro

idolo mio ; Care luci, deh, cessate ;

Con mio, con tuo dolore ; Corri con

asta ; Crudel, negli occhi ; Orrida

nube ; Parmi gia ; Par to, e ver ;

Priva del caro sposo ; Quel nocchier

che in alto mare ; Turba talor ; Vit-

tima del mio sdegno.
" Euridice." v. A che piu, dubbie.
" Euridice dall' Inferno." v. Del lacri-

moso lido.
Euridice, e dove sei. v. Nei chiuso

centro.
Eurilla amata : song by Scarlatti. 561.
Eurilla mia : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f.l04).
" Europe's revels." v. Arm, arm, arm,

Britons.
Eurydice, my fair : duet by Blow. 57,

59.
" Euterpens Abschied." v. Entflohen

sind die frohen Stunden.
Eut-oncru: song (after 1744, c^c). 534,

557 (King's 331, f. 97 ; 333, f. 41b).
" Evelina." v. " Arvire et Evelina."
" Evening." v. " See, the rooks."
Evitez: song (1760). 567.
Evitons le compere Blaise : duet (1757).

68.
Ev'ry bush : madrigal by M. Cavendish.

181.
Ev'ry singing bird ; madrigal by Ma-

renzio. 141.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



729



Ex animo cuncti : motet (16th ceut.).
193

" Excuse me " (18th cent.). 200 (111).

" Expulsion anticipated." v. The pa-
triot's planet.

Eyes, look off : song (1630). 471.

" Ezio " : opera (1747-1748). v. Quanto
niai felici.

opera (mid. 18th cent.), v. Pensa

a serbarmi ; Quanto mai felici.

opera by J. C. Bach. v. Non so



donde vieui.

— opera by Gassmauu. v. Caro mio
ben ; Pensa a serbarmi.

— opera by Gluck. 300.
opera by Jommelli. v. Cara, se



un core ; Caro padre, a me ; Pinche
per te ; II nocchior ; In braccio ;
Lasciami, o ciel ; Nasce al bosco ;
Peni tu ; Pensa a serbarmi ; Per tutto
il timorc ; Quanto mai felici ; Se
povcro ; Se tu la reggi ; So die di
sdegno ; Tergi le ingiuste lagrime ;
Va, dal furor portata ; Voglio rigor.

— opera by Lampuguani. v. Quanto
mai felici.

— opera by Porpora. v. Finche per te.
opera by Sacchini. v. Recagli



quell' acciaro.

opera by G. Scarlatti, v, Finche

un zcftiro ; Quanto mai felici.

opera by Traetta. v. Pensa a ser-
barmi.

Fa fe fi fo fu : canon (19th cent.). 12.
Fa la la : catch by Ives. 46.

madrigal by Savile. 181, 188,

190.

Fa la 1 Now weep, now sing : madrigal

by Weelkes. 191.
Fain I would have leave : duet by J.

Courteville. 58.
Fain would I change that note : song

by T. Hume. 467.
Fain would I, Chloris, ere I die : song

[by H. Lawes]. 479.
Fain would I die : madrigal by Viadana.

142.
Fain would I, in lofty verse : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.
Faint not, lovers : madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f. 13).
Fair and discreet : madrigal {temp.

Henry VIII.). 125.
Fair and scornful: song (after 1669?).

477.
Pair, angry nymph : song by [? P.]

Hart. 503.
Fair Aurora ; fr. opera by T. A. Arne.

318.
Pair Belinda's youthful charms, v.

" She ventures ; he wins."
Pair Britain : madrigal (after 1613).

150.
Fair cruel ; song by Greene. 527.



glee by W. S. Stevens.



The shadow



Fair daffodils

107.
Fair evening star.

darkens.
Fair eyes : song by Greene. 526.
" Fair Geraldine." v. As the stars.
Fair Hebe when Dame Flora meets :

madrigal by Bateson. 152.
Fair Helen : song arranged by Haydn.

620, 621 (35275, ff . 4, 18).
Pair nymphs, that to the wanton

winds : ode by Blow. 210.
Fair Oriau in the morn : madrigal by

J. Milton, sen. 152, 162.
Fair Phyllida: madrigal (before 1611?).

148.
Fair Phyllis I saw : madrigal [by J.

Parmer]. 181.
Fair Sally: song (1785-1789). 573.
Fair shepherd's queen, v. Madonna,

sua merce.
Pair Susan : glee by B. Cooke. 99.
Pair, sweet, cruel : madrigal by Ford.

181.
Pair the opening lily blows : glee by

[T. A.] Arne. 99.
Pair Venus : glee (1789). 110.
Pair, wiU you then : song (after 1669?).

478.
Pair, ye be sure : song by Greene.

527.
Faire I'amour. v. Je crois, pauvro

marquis ; etc.
"Fairest isle"; fr. opera by H. Pur-
cell. 248, 321, 365. v. also "King

Arthur."
Fairest Theaena : song by J. Wilson.

479.
"Fairly shut

199 (38).
" Fairy days." v.

fire.
Fairy minstrels

636.
Faites bien vos marches

523.
Faites dccrotter vos

le monde vous rit.
Faites dodo, belle bergere. v. La

Camargo veut moins.
Paites-vous bougeron : song (after 1726,

etc.). 519, 529, 557 (King's 330,

f. 168).
Faith and troth ; fr.

Eccles. 243.
Faith, be no longer coy

Lawes. 473.
"Faithful Shepherdess."

day.

False love. v. Amor, ben puoi.
" Falstaff ": opera by Balfe. 431. v.

also Che mai vedo ; Ho bisogno.
Fama, malum quo non aliud velocius

ullum: motet (1519-^1533). 193.
Fame, let thy trumpet sound : song



of her



(18th cent.).
Beside the old hall-
song by S. Wesley,
song (1728).
souliers. v. Tout



opera by J.
song by W.
V. At setting



730



INDEX I.



(melody of national anthem — 18th

cent., etc). 591, 597.
Fame, let thy trumpet sound : song

(different melody— 1789). 574.
"Fanchon": opera by Himmel. 410.
Fanchon, la bouquetiere. v. Qu'uu

autre accorde.
Fanchon porte le dieu du viu : song

(after 1744). 539.
Fanciul, che porti in volto; fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 236.
Fanciulla son io : song (17th cent.).

491.
FanciuUetta ritrosetta: song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 60).
FanciuUin d' inganni pieno : song by

G. Fortunate. 609.
Fanny Green : song by Bishop. 634.
Far away : song by A. G. Thomas.

640.
Far distant lies my native home : song

by Bishop. 633.
Far from me my lover flies : song

(1817?). 627.
Far from the world in yon sequester'd

clime : duet by Callcott. 93.
Far from the world let me stray :

glee by W. Russell. 99.
Far from thee be anxious care : in-
cidental music by Weldon. 247.
Far, in some shady blest retreat : glee

by T. Miles. 115.
Far in the chambers of the west : glee

by Lodge-Ellerton. 117.
Far questo tu dei ; fr. opera (1st half

of 18th cent.). 282.
Faretrato arcier : song by Reggio. 486.
Farewell : part-song by H. Bowman (?).

452.
Farewell, a long farewell : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.
Farewell, all fancies : madrigal (after

1604). 144.
Farewell, all good wishes ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 426.
Farewell, ambitious gilded toys : song

by Hook. 573.
Farewell, dear mistress : song adapted

by Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 7,

15b, 26).
Farewell, disdainful : madrigal by

Morley. 169, 174 (81413, f. 22).
Farewell, fair saint : song by W. Lawes,

473.

trio by Turner. 649, 650.

Farewell, false love : madrigal [by

Byrd]. 145.
Farewell, farewell, the golden day ; fr.

opera by Bishop. 397.
Farewell, farewell to thee, Araby's

daughter : song by Lodge-EUerton.

628.
"Farewell, folly." v. "The Quacks."
"Farewell, Frances." v. " Ffarwel,
Ffrances."



Farewell ! If ever fondest pray'r : song
by Lodge-Ellerton. 627.

song by S. Wesley. 575.

Farewell, mine own : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 36.
Farewell, mirth : song adapted by

Kozeluch. 603.
Farewell, my joy : madrigal by D[r. ?]

Cooper. 126.
Farewell, my sweet, my budding

flow'r : trio by M. Cooke. 658.
Farewell, poor brute : song [? by J. S.

Smith]. 600.
Farewell, the joys : madrigal by R.

Nicholson. 140.
Farewell, thou fair day : duet arranged

by I. Pleyel. 86, 87 (35278, f. 3).
Farewell to Lochaber : glee by Callcott.

106.
songs arranged by Haydn. 618 ; —

by I. Pleyel. 600.
Farewell to the Parliament

H. Lawes. 472.
Farewell, ungrateful traitor : song by

H. Pack. 483.
Farewell, ye dungeons : song arranged

by Hummel. 632.
Farewell, ye green fields : song (18th

cent.). 594.
Farfalla che s' aggira : song by Scarlatti.

516.
Farfalletta innocente : song by Scar-
latti. 516.
Farfalletta semplicetta : duet by Mar-
cello. 79, 83 (32673, f. 47).

song by Porpora. 511.

Farmer Sod ; f r. table entertainment by

Dibdin. 644.
" Farnace " : opera by Carcani. v. Non

so frenaro.
opera by Sarti. v. Se 1' auime

fedeli.

opera by Sheelcs. v. come, dear



song by



fatal hour.
— opera by Traetta.



V. Sara delle

arnii.
Faro che al tuouo orribile ; fr. opera by

Abos. 326.
Fasse (?) done : madrigal by Sweelinck.

1.31.
Fate gave the word : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff.6b, 15,

22b).
Father of heroes: glee by Callcott.

110.
"Fatherland." v. Unclasp, sweet life.
Fats assembles chez de Villiers : song

(after 1744). 543.
Fatto d' amor : song by Scarlatti. 516,
"Faust " : opera by Spohr. 438 (2).
" Faustus " : opera by Bishop. 413.
Faut-il etre tant volage : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 570.
Faut-il qu'au mal : song (16th cent.).

460.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



731



Faut-il qu'un amant : song (after 1726).

520.
Faville d' amore : song (1681). 482.
Favoris du Paruasse : song (after 1744).

536.
Fe sette volte : song by Astorga. 509.
Fear no more the heat : glee by Call-

cott. 106.

glee by Nares. 104.

Fear not, dear love : trio by H. Lawes.

652.
Febo col puro raggio : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Fedele e costante ; fr. opera by G. F.

di Majo. 299.
"Fedra": opera by Lord Burghersh.

416.

opera by Paisiello. 369.

Fee him, father, v. Saw ye Johnny.
Feld-einwarts flog ein Vogelein : part-
song by Gade. 456.
Felice e lo (sic) mio core : madrigal [by

Mosto]. 145.
Felice pastorella : cantata by G. Jef-
freys. 13.
Felice primavera : madrigal by Virchi.

173.
Felici pastorelle : madrigal by G. Jef-
freys. 154.
Femmes et filles de Paris : song (after

1744). 555.
Feras-tu des sottises : song (after 1744,

etc.). 541, 557 (King's 333, f. 127b).
Feritevi : madrigal by Stradella. 169.
Ferma, Caroutc : duet by Reggio. 57.
Ferma, Dafne crudel : song by K. H.

Graun. 642.
Ferma, lascia : song by Carissimi. 494.
Ferma, o caro : duet by Feroce. 80.
Ferma, oime ; fr. opera by Tarchi. 260.
Ferma per un momeuto. v. "II prigio-

nier fortunato."
Formate il fonte ; fr. opera by Piccinni.

349.
Fermate, o legni : song by A. Melani.

587.
Ferniatc omai, candide mie oolombe :

song (1st half of 18th cent.). 558.
Fermatevi, bei lumi : duet by Marcello.

82.
Fermatevi, foUi pensieri : duet by

Steffani. 90.
Fermatevi, o bei lumi : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 559.
" Fernando uel Messico " : opera by

Portogallo. 320.
Feroci pensieri : song (early 18th cent.).

504.
Fest und treu ; song by W. von B

(late 18th cent.). 598.
" Fetonte." v. Disciolta da pene.
"Feudal times": part of opera by

M. Kelly. 323.
" Feuer-farb." v. Ich weiss eine Farbe.
" Ffarwel f ieueugctyd : song arranged



by Haydn. 621 (35274, f. 36b ; 35275,

f?.12, 25).
"Ffarwel, Ffrances " : song arranged

by Haydn. 620, 621 (35275, H. 2, 16).
" Fi done, Julian." v. Un circoncis ; etc.
Fia tuo sangue : song by Capelli. 527.
Fiamma ch' avvampa : song by Scar-
latti. 588.
Fiamme altere ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Fiamme, lacci : song by Colonna. 488.
" Fidalmo sfortunato." v. Disperato.
Fidarsi d' Irene : song (late 17th cent.,

etc.). 494, 500.
" Fidelio" : opera by Beethoven. 397

(arrangement), 413-14 (arrangement

from overture), 449. v. also Ah, che

placer.
"Fidelity." v. While hollow burst the

rushing winds.
Fidi amanti ; fr. opera (after 1763).

297.
Fie, fie, what a coil : song [by R. Jones].

469.
Fie, gar rub her o'er wi' strae : duet

arranged by Haydn. 92, 93 (35273,

f. 46).

V. also Gin ye meet.

Fie, let us a' to the wedding : song

arranged by Haydn. 619.
Fie, nay, prithee John : catch by Blow

or Purcell. 27(3), 29, 37 (31462, f. 13),

39, 43, 45.
Fier destin ; fr. opera (1762). 290.
Fiera stai, Filli : trio (early 18th cent.).

651.
Fiero acerbo destin : duet by Durante.

82 (31552, f. 28), 84 (14110, f. 29),

85 (31539, f. 145), 94.
Fiero sorge ; fr. opera by G. Scarlatti.

271.
Fiez-vous aux vains discours ; fr. opera

(after 1794). 315.
" Figaranthe " (18th cent.). 202 (344).
Figlia, coragio ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

383.
Figlia mia, vuoi tu marito ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.
Figlie del mio dolor : song by Bigaglia.

584.
Figlio d' alte speranze : song by Handel.

641.
Figlio, forniscela; fr. opera by Abos.

327.
Figlio, le femmine sono falsissime ;

fr. opera by Hummel (?). 316.
Figlio, mi sento ; fr. opera (after 1761).

296.
" Fileuo disingannato." v. Presso a

un limpido fonte.
Fileno, idolo mio : song by [Ales-

sandro ?] Melani. 494, 496.
Fileno, ove ten vai : song by Scarlatti.

515, 516.
Fileno, tu che a me: songbyGiaij. 564.



732



INDEX I.



Fill all the glasses ; f r. opera by J. Eccles.
243, 347.

glee by C. [S.] Evans. 114.

Fill, fill, fill a brimming glass : catch

(late 18th cent.). 40, 46.

Fill, fill, my friend: glee (late 18th
cent.). 108.

Fill high the cup : glee by W. Linley.
111.

Fill me a bumper : catch by S. Webbe,
sen. 46.

Fill the bowl with rosy wine : part-
song by H. Bowman. 452.

glee by Corfe. 112.

Fill the horn of glossy hue : glee by

Callcott. 107.
Fill the pot, maid : madrigal (temp.

Elizabeth). 139.
Fill up the glass : catch by Nares. 37

(314G2, f.65), 39.
Fill your glasses : glee by Callcott. 106

(27642, f. 120).
Fille de ces heros : song (after 1744).

555.
Fille, qui prend facheuxmari : madrigal

by Crespel. 161.
Filles, qui cherchez des 6poux : song

(after 1744, etc.). 544, 557 (King's

334, f.l34).
Fillette seulette : song (18th cent.).

580.
Filli adorabile : song (18th-19th cent.).

609.
Filli adorata, ah, ben comprendo : song

by Scarlatti. 516.
Filli adorata e cara : song [by Handel].

582.

song by Scarlatti. 516 (no. 14),

526.

song (another setting) by Scarlatti.

616 (no. 18).

Filli altera : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Filli, amor di questa alma : song (17th-

18th cent.). 501.
Filli, ben so : song (18th cent.). 585.
Filli, che a lei fedele. v. Dille che a lei.
Filli cnidel : song by Lotti. 558.

song by Scarlatti. 510.

Filli, del tuo partire : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 590.
Filli, dolce mio bene : song by Hasse.

527.
Filli dolente : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Filli, gia la sorte : song by G. Mozzi.

508.
Filli, il bel volto tuo: song by Reggio.

486.
Filli, I'alme: madrigal by [B.] Palla-

vicino. 131.
FiEi, la lontananza : song by T. di

Mauro. 489.
Filli, mia bella : madrigal by Mareuzio.

179.
Filli, mia cara Filli : song by Scarlatti.

516.



Filli, mio ben : song by [? G. B.] Buo-
noncini. 585.

song by Scarlatti. 516.

Filli, mira d' intoruo : song (1738?).

526.
Filli, non so : song (1738 ?). 526.
Filli serena : song by G. Gasalotti (?).

492 (36877, f.99b).
Filli, tu pur: madrigal by B. Palla-

vicino. 143.
Filli vezzosa, che cosa e amore : song

(early 19th cent.). 612.
Filli vezzosa, o dei : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 509.
Fillide mia : madrigal by Gero. 176.

song by Reggio. 486.

Finche Febo in ciel vedrai : song by

Giaij. 528.
Finche il martire. i'. "II prigionier

fortunato."
Finche lunge alia mia bella ; fr. opera

by Ariosti. 382.
Finche per te ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

270.

fr. opera by Porpora. 340.

Finche son bella ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

344.
Finche spirto avro : song (1st half of

18th eent.). 562.
Finche un zeffiro ; fr. opera by G. Scar-
latti. 272.
Fine nonsense ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
" Fiugallo " : opera by Bishop. 388.
Finger con chi s' adora : song by Paer.

614.
" Finlayston house." v. Fate gave the

word.
Fiuo air ultimo respiro : song (late 17th

cent.). 496.
Fiori, piantc : song by T. di Mauro.

506.
Fiorite valli: song by G. Gasalotti (?).

492 (.36877, f. 44).
Fire and lightning : madrigal by Morley .

167, 169 (23625, f. 61).
Fire, fire ! Lo, here I burn : song by

Laniere. 477, 493.
Fire, fire ! ]My heart : madrigal by

Morley. 174 (31413, f. 61), 181.
First when Maggie : song arranged by

Haydn. 618.
Fissa nei sguardi niiei ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 266.
Fiumi e fonti : song by Reggio. 486.
Fiumicel, che del mio pianto : song

by Scarlatti. 516.
Flamauds a votre secours : song (after

1744). 536.
"Flaminio " ; by Pergolesi. v. Dio,

sei troppo barbara.
Platt'ring lovers : song by Hook. 616.
" Flavio " : opera by Handel. 262.
"Flavio Anicio Olibrio " : opera by

Porpora. 248.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



733



Fleury, le crucifix en main : song (after

1749). 557.
Fleury, ne vous etonnez pas. v. Reine,

ue vous etouuez pas.
Fleury, pour remplir la place : soug

(after 1744). 554.
Fleuve rapide : song (after 1744). 552.
" Flonslious." v. " Les flonflou."
Flora, fair love : madrigal by F. Auerio.

142.
Flora, fair nymph : madrigal by J.

Ward. 151.
Flora gave me : madrigal by Wilbye.

185, 190.
Flora, goddess sweetly blooming : song

[by Boyce]. 594.
Flora now calleth : madrigal by J. S.

Smith. 182.
Flora, wilt thou torment me : madrigal

by Morley. 167, 1G9 (23625, f. 62).
Floreat seternum Carthusiana domus :

glee by Stevens. 103.
Florem juventffi : duet (after 1613). 53.
" Floridante." v. Dope le ombre ;

Lascio ti, o bella ; Se risolvi.
"Florimel": opera by Greene. 325.
Flos filius ejus. v. En Mai.
Flourish, ye hillocks: madrigal by

Wilbye. 187.
Flow, my tears : part-song (early 17th

cent.). 451.

song [by J. Dowland]. 468.

Flow, my tears, v. Weep, mine

eyes ; by J. Bennet.
Flow, ye tears of sorrow : song by

Lodge-EUerton. 627.
Flower of this purple dve ; fr. opera,

adapted from [? J. S.] Smith. 396.
Plowret, I kiss thee. v. " The talis-
man."
Flutt'ring spread thy purple pinions :

song by S. Wesley. 639.
Fly, bold rebellion : ode by H. Purcell.

213.
Fly, boy, fly : trio by Ives. 649, 650,

653.
Fly, foul soul, to some forsaken hill :

song (1630). 472.
Fly from my sight, deceiver, go ; fr.

opera [by D. Purcell]. 503.
Fly from the world : song [by R. Jones].

468.
Fly, if thou wilt : madrigal by G.

Eremita. 141, 144, 186.
Fly i]ot so swift : madrigal by Wilbye.

187.
Fly, Philomel : madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f. 23b).
Fly swift, ye hours : song by H. Pur-
cell. 498.
Plv, tyrant slavery : song by Bishop.

634.
Fly, ye winged cupids, fly : song (1717-

1737). 504.
Poin de la paix : duet (1757). 69.



Folatrons ; fr. opera [by LuUy]. 264.
Follow, follow through the sea : operatic

air adapted from — Martini. 409.
Follow me, my jovial boys : catch by

Nelham. 30, 37 (31462, f. 51), 39.
Follow to the elfin bow'rs. v. As it

fell upon a day.
"Folly " _(18th cent.). 202 (313).
Fond maids, take warning : incidental

music by G. Jeffreys. 228.
" Fontarabie." u. Vingt mille hommcs.
Fonte d' ogni dolcezza : song by Scar-
latti. 516.
Fonti amiche : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Foolish love, I scorn thy darts : song

(1712 ?). 509.
Fools for themselves will treasure prize :

song (1681). 483.
For all the world like unto this ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 374.
For death of her ; madrigal by Cobbold.

149.
" For England, ho " : opera by Bishop.

401.
For ever fled. v. "The Circassian

Bride."
For ever I with fierce desire : catch by

S. Webbe. 40.
For folded flocks ; fr. opera by H. Pur-
cell. 249.
For fruit we'll invoke, v. Bring, shep-
herds.
For grief I die ; madrigal by A. Feliciani.

184.
For love of one I make my moan : part-
song (early 17th cent.). 451.
For me deceas'd : canon (late 18th

cent.). 8.
For of all creatures that ever were got :

madrigal by M. Cooke. 188.
For tenderness form'd ; fr. ox^era [adap-
ted by T. Linley, sen., from Paisiello].

323.
For the few hours of life : part-song by

H. Bowman. 452.
For the sake of gold : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 602, 603 (35278, ff. 9b,

17b, 24).
For thee all the hardships of life : song

(late 18th cent.). 596.
For thee, love : soug by T. Miles. 625.
For thee the rilling waters weep ; fr.

opera by Galliard. 296.
For when that he had tasted, v. He

that enjoy'd.
For you, fair nymph ; duet by Savage.

74.
For you who are rid ; fr. opera by

J. Eccles. 243.
Forc'd from home : song by Stevens.

607.
Forgive, blest shade : glee by Callcott.

110.
Forgive me, Jove : song by T. Farmer.

480.



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INDEX I.



Forlorn from shade to shade I rove :

glee hy Callcott. 106.
Forma un mare : duet by Steffani. 77,

80, 90.
Formoso vermi : motet by J. van Ber-

ghem. 196.
Forse, chi sa ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

385.
Forse di Sirio : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Forse dite: madrigal (after 1601). 140.
Forse e cagion : madrigal [? by Spon-

toui]. 131.
Forse non bastano ; fr. opera by Scar-
latti. 336.
Forse vedrai ; fr. opera byHasse. 283.
Forsennato pensier : song by Stradella.

587.
Fort seulement I'attente : madrigal

(16th cent.). 129.
Forte questa; fr. opera by E. Paganini.

381.
Forte sommo (?) ; fr. opera by Giaco-

melli. 282.
Fortem vocemus : motet a 5 [? by J. T.
Gerarde]. 194.

motet a 4 [?by J. T. Gerarde].

194.
Forth from the dark and dismal cell :

song [? by H. LawesJ. 505.
Forth from yonder sable cloud : glee

(late 18th cent.). 104.
Fortuna disperata : madrigal (16th

cent.). 128.
Fortuna, fammi far felice fine : canons

by Borri. 12.
Fortunato chi prova : duet by Steffani.

73, 81.
" Fortunatus and his sons": opera by

Bishop. 407, 416.
Fortune esp6r6e : madrigal (temp. Henry

VIII.). 125.
Fortune is my foe. v. Alone, alone,

mourning.
Forza dell' alma : chorus adapted by

Costa from Rossini. 51.
Forza e che io ceda ; fr. opera by Tarchi.

365.
Forza e che sempre io gridi : song by
G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 147b).
Fosco il ciel ; fr. opera by P. Guglielmi.

301.
"Foston meadows" (18th cent.). 201

(227).
Fou qui passe sa vie : song (18th cent.).

579.
Fouquet comptait a la pairie : song

(after 1744). 555.
Fouquet le coche conduira : song (after

1744). 555.
Fouquet, mon ami : song (after 1744).

555.
Four arms, two necks : madrigal by

Weelkes. 148.
"Four drunken maids" (18th cent.).
201 (205).



Four merry boys are we : glee by

Bishop. 118.
"Four-pence halfpenny" (18th cent.).

200 (118).
Fra. V. also Tra.
Fra catene aver il piede : song by G.

[B.] Buonoucini. 582.
Fra cento affauni ; fr. opera by Insan-

guine. 352.

fr. opera by Vinci. 283.

Fra confusi affetti ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Fra dolci martiri : song (after 1699, etc.).

491, 499.
Fra dubbi affetti ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

290, 298.
Fra dubbiosi pensieri : song by [M.] A.

Buonoucini. 501.
Fra gli assalti : song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Fra giiscogli; fr. opera [? by Galuppi].

Fra i raggi d' un bel volto : song by G.

[B.] Buonoucini. 589.
Fra il contrasto ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

368.
Fra il dubbio. v. Quando col mio.
Fra r altre cose : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Fra r onda che infida minaccia : song

by Paer. 622.
Fra r orror della tempesta ; fr. opera

by Hasse. 282.
Fra r orror notturno : song by Millico.

576.
Fra le omln-e del timore ; fr. opera by

Terradellas. 289.
Fra le ombre un lampo ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 345.
Fra le porpore vezzose : song (1683?).

485.
Fra mille affanni : song (after 1794).

576.
Fra mille dubbi : madrigal by Clari.

157.
Fra mille furori ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

272.
Fra pensieri un pensiero : song [by

Handel]. 582.
Fra quelle avvinto. v. In sogno mi

pareva.
Fra si dolci amene rive : cantata by

Siissmayr. 18.
Fra stupido e pensoso dubbio ; fr. opera

by Galuppi. 368.
Fra tante pene e tante che : song by

Handel. 560, 565.

song by Scarlatti. 516.

Fra tante pene e tanto : song (1st half

of 18th cent.). 559.
Fra tanti affanni : song by — Murray.

611.
Fra tanti perigli ; fr. opera by Pescetti.

276.
Fragrant Flora : glee by Callcott. 107.



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Frail are a lover's hopes ; fr. opera [by

M. A. Buonoucini]. 281.
Prance, qui soupirez : song (after 1744,

etc.). 547, 557 (King's 335, f. 131b).
Frangi, Cupido, i dardi : song by Leo.

564.
Frangi 1' arco : song by Scarlatti. 516.
Frank, what shall we do : catch by —

WiUis. 46.
" Fraternal aiiection." v. You ask me

what.



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