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Freddo, improviso ; fr. opera by Sarri.

261.
Freme il mar : song by Porpora. 513.
Fremea del mare in seno ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 299.
Frena le belle lagrime : song (early

19th cent.). 613.

song by Lord Burghersh. 614.

Freno, Tirsi. v. Tirsi morir voleva.
Frere Andr6 : song (after 1744, etc.).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 144b).
Frere Frappart. v. La Combalet n'est

pas contrite.
Frere Gastkyn : madrigal by R. Drake.

124.
Frere Thibaut : duet (1757). 69.
Fresh and strong ; fr. opera [by Arnold].

323.
Fresh spring : song by Greene. 527.
Freude, Friede, Hoffnung. v. Wer ist's

die so freundlich.
Friar Bacon: catch (late 18th cent.).

36.
Friend of the brave : song by CaUcott.

574.
Friendship is the joy : glee (late 18th

cent.). 104.
Friendship, may this liome to thee :

trio by T. [S.] Cooke. 659.
Frisch auf, ihr Freunde : song by

Siissmayr. 598.
" Frisk it " (18th cent.). 201 (212).
Frohlocket, Freunde : song by Hummel.

624.
"Frolic" (18th cent.). 202 (297).
Frolic and free : glee by W. Linley.

116.
From a star : madrigal by Cobbold.

149.
From Celia's bright eyes : song by

Staggins. 482.
From Chindara's warbling fount : song

by Lodge-Ellerton. 627.
From Citherou : madrigal [by Byrd].

146, 169 (23626, f . 34b).
From fiow'ry meads : catch (late 18th

cent.). 40.
From glaring show: song (late 18th

cent.). 596.
From liardy climes : ode by H. Purcell.

213, 220.
From harmony: ode [? by Draghi].

213.

ode by Handel. 228,



From henceforth wedded to my farm ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
From her love. v. I love unloved.
From lasting and unclouded day : song

by Banister. 481.
From love, from thought : duet (18th

cent.). 83.
From my delight : madrigal (after

1611). 146.
From place to place forlorn ; fr. opera

by Rauzzini. 365.
From prudence ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
From rosy bowers ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 248.
From silent shades : song by H. Pur-
cell. 481, 485, 499, 505.
From stately tow'r : madrigal (after

1611). 147.
From stormy winds : madrigal by

Turges. 125.
From that celestial orb : glee by T.

Miles. 115.
From that one glance : duet (1681).

57.
From the chambers of the east : glee by

CaUcott. 110.
From the fair Lavinian shore : part-
song by J. Wilson. 452.
From the heav'ns now I fly ; fr. opera

by H. Lawes. 325.
From the hole in the rock. v. " Ti-
berius at Capri."
From the lark's playful notes ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
From thee, Eliza : song arranged by I.

Pleyel. 600.
From those serene and rapt'rous joys :

ode by H. Purcell. 213.
From twenty to thirty : catch by Wise.

30.
Prom what part. v. In qual parte.
Fruitful earth drinks up the rain : glee

(late 18th cent.). 104.
"Prying-pan pudding" (18th cent.).

200 (125).
Fu d' oro il primo dardo : song by Scar-
latti. 516, 589.
Fu miracolo d' amore : duet by Marcello.

79, 83 (32373, f.44).
Fu si dolce : song by [? P. S.] Agostini.

563.
Fue a caza la uiua : song by G. Casa-

lotti(V). 492(36877,1.54).
Piihlt, Maurer, des Lebens erhab'nen

Werth : song by — Schick. 599.
Plillt noch einmal die Glaser voU : song

by W. P. Schulz. 599.
"Piinf sind zwei." v. Geb' er ein

wenig.
Fugge dal fonte : trio by Lotti. 657.
Pugge il veruo. v. Rondinella, che

d' intorno.
Puggendo tutte. v. Passando con pen-

sier.



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INDEX I.



Fuggi, crudelo : song by G. Casalotti (?).
492 (3G877, f. 93b).

song by Reggio. 486.

Puggi dagli occhi ; h. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 288.
Fuggi dal mio cor ; fr. oi^era (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Fuggi, fuggi dal petto mio : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 60b).
Fuggi, fuggi, doleute core : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 111b).
Fuggi '1 verno : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f.ll2b).
Fuggi, misera colomba : song by

Jommelli. 591.
Fuggi, speme mia ; madrigal by Ma-

renzio. 180.
Fuggir devriassi : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 163.
Fuggite, ah, si : song by Handel. 642.
Fuggite amor : canon by Gasparini.

12.
Fuggite gli inganni : song by Reggio.

480, 486.
Fuggitivo sen gia : song by Piombi.

561.
Fuggon r aure. v. " Silla."
Fui lieto ; f r. opera by R. di Capua.

276.
Fui viciuo al cader : madrigal by A.

Ferrabosco [sen.]. 184, 188.
Full bags : catch by H. Purcell. 41.
Full fathom five : incidental music [by

Banister]. 228.

fr. opera by H. Purcell. 321.

V. also "The Tempest."

Fulminate, saettate : duet by Steffani.

76.
Fuoco e la chioma bionda : madrigal

by Clari. 157 (2), 177, 189.
Furie d' un cor geloso ; fr. opera by

Nasolini. 385.
Furie del crudo Averno ; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
Fuyez cette morality : song (after 1744).

531.
Fuyez, herctique : song (after 1744, etc.).

544, 557 (King's 334, f.lOlb).
Fuyez, regrets : madrigal by Fevin. 129.

Gae to the ewe-bights, Marion, v.

WiU ye gae.
Gae to the ky wi' me : song (late 18th

cent.). 595.
Gaily yet. i\ Saw ye my sister Sarah.
'Gainst thine enchanting eyes : song

by Lodge-Ellerton. 628.
"Gala water": song arranged by

Haydn. 620, 621 (35275, fi. 6b, 20b).
Galants, je vais : song (1760). 567.
"Galashiels." v. Ah, the shepherd's

mournful fate.
" Galatea." v. Benche ti sia crudel.
"Galloway Tom": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.



" Gang to the coy " : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
Gardez-vous : song (after 1744). 532.
Gassion, que le ciel fit naitre ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 254, 273, 277 (King's

332, f.S6).
Gaston, qui savez mieux : song (after

1726). 517.

song (another setting, after 1744,

etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330, f. 18b).

Gather ye rosebuds : song by W. Lawes.
473.

trio from W. Lawes. 649, 651,

656.

Gather your rose-buds. v. Gather ye

rose-buds.
Gaudeamus ! Get op6ra ; fr. opera [by

Mont^clair]. 274.
Gay Bacchus and Mercury : song by

Dibdin. 604.
Gaze not on swans : part-song by H.

Bowman. 452.
Gaze not on thy beauty's pride : song

by H. Lawes. 477.
Gazing on th' enlivening bowl : glee by

Alcock. 108.
Geb' er ein wenig Acht ; fr. opera by

Hummel. 402.
GcheimnissYoUo Wiiste; fr. opera by

Hummel. 420.
Geliebter Aufenhalt der sitssen Ruh' :

song (1711). 508.
Gelosia, che a poco : song by L. Rossi.

494.
Gelosia, che vuoi da me folta : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77, 80, 90.
Gelosia, che vuoi da me nel mio sen :

duet by Steffani. 70, 76.
Gemo in un punto ; fr. opera by Leo.

270.
" Genevieve " : opera by Sir G. A. Mac-

farren. 422-3.
Genio che amar volea : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 490, 561.
Genio diletto ; cantata by Costanzi.

16.
Genius of England ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 231, 247.
Gens de cour : song (after 1744). 540.
Gens du bel air : song (after 1744).

540.
Gens qui parlez mal : madrigal by

Canis. 160.
Gente pastoure ; fr. opera (1752-1753).

292.
Gentil mio pastorello ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Gentil prince de renom : madrigal by

Henry VIII. 126.
Gentil, vaga e cortese : madrigal by

A. della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 12b).
Gentle airs : song by H. Hariugton.

595.
Gentle breath of melting sorrow : song

by S. Wesley. 623.



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737



Gentle river : song by Balfe. 635.
Gentle shepherd, tell me ; fr. opera by

Stevens. 318, 371.
Gentle sighs : glee by [H.] Harington.

110.
Gentle swains: glee (late 18th cent.).

109.
Gentle warblings ; fr. opera by S. Wes-
ley. 313, 324.
Gentle youth, ah, tell me why : glee

adapted by T. Miles fr. T. A. Arue.

115.
"Germanico": operas by Cocchi, and

Porpora. v. Parto ! Ti lascio.
Geruhig seines Weges geh'n : song by

[J. C] Franz. 599.
Gesund mid frohes Aluthes : song by

[W. F.] Schulz. 598.
Gettano i re dal soglio : madrigal by

Steffani. 159, 172, 174, 189.
Ghirlande e fiori : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 31).
Gia dal ciel cade ogni stella ; f r. opera

by Ariosti. 382.
Gia degli astri il monarca : song by

IMauciui. 524.
Gia di laccio severo : song by Colouna.

488.
Gia disposta e la battaglia ; fr. opera

by Cimarosa. 372.
Gia Febo riconduce : song by J. G.

Bach. 617.
Gia fu che io : madrigal by R. del Mel.

185.
Gia fu mia : madrigal [by G. Florio].

143.
Gia fu mio dolce speme : madrigal by

A. Ferrabosco. v. Sometime my

hope.
Gia r aurora s' avvicina : song (early

19th cent.). 611.
Gia la notte s' awicina : song by

Cimarosa. 592, 606.

• duet by J. G. Naumann. 84.

song by Porpora. 524 (31516,

if. 40b, 58b), 587 (31489, f.94b), 593

(32588, f.55b).
Gia lauguiva la notte : song by Stra-

della. 504.
Gia le muse. u. Leggiadrissima eterna

primavera.
Gia nel cor; fr. opera (?), by Hummel.

386.
Gia neir Indo emisfero : song by G.

Veneziano. 583.
Gia neir obblio profondo : song by L.

Rossi. 494.
Gia non fia [ver] : madrigal by Alfonso

[Ferrabosco, sen.]. 131.
Gia per lunga stagion : song by Scar-
latti. 515.
Gia perche penso : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 122.
Gia piansi : madrigal [by J. T. Gerarde].

133.

II



Gia primavera : madrigal by G. B.

Locatello. 173.
Gia rispleude nel mio seno : duet (1st

half of 18th cent.). 66.
Gia s' abbozzava il giorno. v. La

Biondina.
Gia seuto nel seuo ; fr. opera by Hasse.

286.
Gia sul margo del rio : song by [M.] A.

Buononcini. 501.
Gia torna il vago Aprile ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 328.
Gia tu parti : duet by Stefiani. 70, 76.
Giacche lo vuoi : song by Giaii. 528.
Giacche in vita ; fr. opera by Bernas-

coni. 271.
Giacche la bella Clori : song by Mar-
cello. 510.
Giacche mia sposa sei ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 361.
Giacche morir devo io ; fr. opera by

Gluck. 293.
Giacche vi piace ; fr. opera by Per-

golesi. 266.
Giacche vieue la stagione : canon (19th

cent.). 12.
Giace Clori : song by Marcello. 526.
Giacea presso alia sponda : song by

Scarlatti. 489.
" Giannina e Bernardone." v. Mari-

tati poverelli ; IMio signor garbato ;

Quando vado a duello.
" Gideon's triumph " (18th cent.). 202



Gifts of feature: madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f. 14).
" Gil Morrice " : song arranged by

Haydn. 618 ;~by Kozeluch. 602, 604

(35279, f£. 5, 12).
Gin a body meet a body : song (late

18th cent.). 596.

song by J. Barnett. 629.

Gin living worth : song arranged by

I. Pleyel. 600.
Gin ye meet a bonnie lassie : song

(late 18th cent.). 596.

song arranged by Kozeluch. 602,

604 (;35279, ff. 4b, lib), v. also " Fie,
gar rub her o'er wi' strae.

Giocondi e felici : catch by [T. A.] Arne.

32.
Gioia al mondo : madrigal by IM. Comis.

173.
Gioia d' est' arma ; f r. opera by Paisiello.

349.
Gioia s' abbonda : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 187.
Gioite, brillate : song (after 1699). 491.
Gioite pur: madrigal [by Clari]. 157,

177, 180.
Giovane donna : madrigal by Callcott.

165.

madrigal by A. della Faya. 158

(Add. 5050, f.44b).

Giovani cori ; fr. opera by Hasse. 278.

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INDEX I.



Giovani liete ; fr. opera by Hummel.

386.
" Giove." V. Con linfe dorata ; Nou

piu barbaro furore.
Giove e die; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

235.
Giove gia stringe. v. " Giro " ; by

A. Scarlatti.
Giovine. v. Giovane.
Giovinetto ch' altero : song by Marini.

568.
Giporte (?) : madrigal (15th-16th cent.).

122.
Girard considerant : song (after 1744).

550.
Giro e rigiro : madrigal by Clari. 158.
" Gismondo." v. " Sigismondo."
Gister'n avend : madrigal (16th cent.).

128.
Gite pur per 1' aria : duet by Lonati.

59.
Giten bei fiori : madrigal by Gorteccia.

172.
Giu ne' tartarei regni : duet by Marcello.

83.
" Giulietta e Romeo": opera by Zin-

garelli. 361. v. also Ombra adorata.
" Giulio Gesare " : opera by Handel, v.

Garo, bella ; Glii perde un momento ;

Dal mio brando ; lo vo di duolo in

duolo ; La speranza all' alma ; Paro-

lette, vezzi e sguardi ; Scorta siate ;

Se armi a miei danni ; Sperai, ne

m' ingannai ; Ti amo, si.
" Giulio Sabino " : opera by Sarti. v.

Come partir posso io ; Lungi dal caro

bene.
Giungi pianto al pianto : song (18th

cent.). 585.
" Giunio Bruto " (?) : opera [by Tosi].

V. Air aurora.
Giunse al fin il momento ; fr. opera by

Mozart. .309.
Giuuto a un bel fonte : madrigal by

Marenzio. 17S.
Giuuto alia tomba : song by Carapella.

502.

madrigal by Marenzio. 178.

Giunto e il fatal momento : song by

Scarlatti. 515.
Giunto e 1' aspro momento : song by

Astorga. 591.
Giunto mi ha amor : madrigal bv G. de

Wert. 166.
Giurai d' amarti ; fr. opera by Vinci.

340.
Giurai di nou amar : song by Scarlatti.

589.
Giusti cieli ; fr. opera by Orlandini.

283.
Giusti dei ; fr. opera by I. Pleyel. 863.
Giusti numi ; fr. opera by Pergolesi.

335.
Giusto cosi va detto : song by L. Rossi.

494.



Give for the commodore three cheers ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 42. v. also 379.
Give me love. v. " Twickenham meads."
Give me my heart and I will go :

madrigal (?), by Weelkes. 151.
Give me the golden violet : song by

Bishop. 633.
Give me the man : glee (18th-19th

cent.). 113.
Give me the strain that is simple and

light : song by Bishop. 633.
Give me the sweet delights : catch by

[H.] Harington. 32, 45.
Give the toast, my good fellow : catch

by T. Miles. 44.
Give us once a drink : quartet [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 458.
"Gr inganni felici" : opera by PoUarolo.

332.
Glad am I: catch [by T. Ravenscroft].

36.
" Gli amanti consolati " : opera by

Sarti. 349.
" Gli amanti in Tempe." v. Fra si

dolci amene rive.
"Gli Arabi nolle Gallie " : opera by

Pacini. 416.
" Gli artigiani " : opera by Anfossi. 315.
Gli atti, gentil donna : madrigal by I.

Alberti. 129.
" Gli effetti della musica." v. Gele-

bravasi il giorno.
"Gli equivoci." v. Pensieroso.
Gli occhi dolenti : song by Santini. 641.
" Gli Orazi e Curiazi " : opera by Gima-

rosa. 316, 318, 353 (overture), 370

(arrangement), v. also dolce e caro

istante ; Quelle pupille tenere ; Se

alia patria; Svenami ormai, crudele.
" Gli orti Esperidi " : opera by Porpora.

251.

opera by Sammartini. v. Se fedel,

cor mio, tu sei.

" Gli schiavi per amore " ; opera by

Paisiello. 355.
"Gli stravaganti " : intermezzo by

Piccinni. 350.

opera by Rutini. v. La marina

che turbida.

Glide swiftly on : glee by Gallcott. 100,

106.
Gloire brillante (?). v. " Idomenee."
'Gnora credetemi ; fr. opera by Pergo-
lesi. 335.
Go and catch a falling star : song (after

1669?). 478.
Go and tell a hapless lover ; fr. opera

[by Shield]. 323.
Go, Damon, go : glee by Paxton. 100.
Go, fair enchantress : duet and song by

H. Lawes. 55, 475.
Go, false Damon, go : duet (late 18th

cent.). 86.
Go, fetch to me a pint o' wine : song

(late 18th cent.). 596.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



739



Go, flattering dream : song by T. Miles.

625.
Go, gentle gales: glee (late 18th cent.).

104.
Go, happy flower : glee by Stevens.

100, 103.
Go, idle boy : glee by Callcott. 110.
Go, leave me weep : song by Lodge-

EUerton. 628.
Go, lovely rose : glee by Stevens. 103.
Go, minstrel, go : song bv S. Wesley.

623.
Go, musing traveller : glee by W.

Linley. 116.
Go, mystical flow'r ; fr. opera by

Bishop. 397.
Go no more a-maying : catch by W.

Lawes. 46.
Go no more to Brentford : catch [by

T. Raveuscroft]. 36.
Go, patter to lubbers ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 643, 645.
Go, perjured man : duet by Blow. 56 (2),

57 (2), 60 (2), 63.
Go, Phoebus, clear thy face : trio by

H. Lawes. 653.
Go, plaintive breeze : glee by Callcott.

107.
Go, pretty birds, v. Ye little birds.
Go, silly note : song (1615-1626). 469.
Go, soft spell : duet (18th cent.). 83.
Go, tell Aminta : glee by J. Elliott.

100.

glee by M. H. Park. 104.

duet by H. Purcell. 56.

Go, tell my most malicious fate : song

by E. Heath (?). 492.
Go thy way, since thou wilt go : song

(17th cent.). 492.
Go to bed, sweet muse : song [by R.

Jones]. 468.
Go to Joan Glover : catch [by T.

Raveuscroft]. 29, 33, 37 (31462, f. 34),

38, 46.
Go, treacherous man ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 374.
Go, tuneful bird : glee by Callcott.

108.

glee by Crotch. 111.

Go, turn away : song by J. Wilson.

477.
Go ve, my canzonets : madrigal by

Morley. 167, 169 (23625, f. 51).
Goblin elf ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
God bless you, prince, v. God gives a

bourn.
God give you good morrow, my masters :

madrigal [by Gibbons]. 151, 154.
God give you good morrow, Sir Rice :

madrigal [byDering]. 138, 149, 151,

154.
God gives a bourn to sorrow : duet by

Cusins. 98.
God hath giv'n you. v. Enforce

yourself.



glee by W. Linley.
by W. Lawes.

by



God of the bow:

116.
God of winds : song

473.
God preserve his majesty : catch

Blow. 29, 37 (31462, f. 1), 38.
God prosper long our noble king : song

(two settings, 1791). 575.
God save the king : national anthem

(18th cent.). 198. v. also Fame, let

thy trumpet sound.

catch (18th-19th cent.). 42.

God save the queen (ISth cent. —

different from the preceding). 198.
Gode r alma consolata ; fr. opera by

Handel. 262, 334, 3-39.
Godea lieto in sen : song (beg. 19th

ceut.). 609 (2 copies).
Godea Tirsi : madrigal by A. Ferrabosco

[sen.]. 186.
Goder spera : song (1st half of 18th

cent.). 562.
Goderai sempre : song by Scarlatti.

489.
Godero viver fra le armi : song by

Colonna. 488.
Godcte, pensieri : song by Scarlatti.

513.
Godi, mio cor : song by Viva. 506.
Godiamo adesso : madrigal by L. dalla

Balla. 143.
Golden sun : glee by Hook. 109.
"Goliath": oratorio. Allusion to, late

18th cent. 41.
"Golice." V. The clouds may pour

down.
Gondolier, gondolier : song by Bishop.

634.
Gone are my happy days : song by J.

Hart. 483.
Goufio tu vedi il flume : duet by G. B.

Martini. 71 (14135, f. 27; 31675,

f. 24b).
Good, indeed ! The herb's good weed :

catch by Aldrich. 27, 29, 37 (31462,

f. 20b), 40.
Good massa ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 374,

376.
Good men, show if you can tell : part-
song [by Campion]. 451.
Good morrow, fair ladies : madrigal by

Morley. 145, 169, 174 (31413, f. 11).
Good morrow to your night-cap. v.

"The drummer."
Good neighbour, why do you look

away ; fr. opera by [H.] Purcell. 231.
"Good night": by T. Miles, v. The

sun is down.

by A. G. Thomas, v. Day is past.

Good night, ah no : song by T. Adams.

635.
Good night and joy.

sunk.
Good night, beloved

Hatton. 457.



V. The sun is



part-song by
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INDEX I.



Good night, good rest ; fr. opera by

Arne. 397.
Good night ! Parting 's such sweet

sorrow : catch by T. Miles. 44.
Good people, attend ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 643.
Good Susan : song adapted from W.

Webb. 478.
" Good wishes." v. A garland.
Goosy, goosy gander : glee by S. Wesley.

105, 116, 119 (2).
" Gorhoffedd gwyr Harlech": song

arranged by Havdn. 620 (no. 31),

621 (35275, ff.8, 22).
Goutons Men les plaisirs ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 267.
Goutons les plaisirs d'amour : song

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

331, f. 142b).
Goutons les plaisirs de la vie : song

(1728). 522.
Gouverneur, vous aviez grand tort :

song (after 1744). 536.
Grace a tant de tromperies : song by

J. J. Rousseau. 570.
Grace au poete Pellegrin : song (after

1744). 551.
Grace, my lovely one : madrigal by

Weelkes. 137.
Gracious Pow'r, to Thee we owe : song

by R. Clack. 592.
" Gramachroe " : song arranged by

Haydn. 619.
Gran bellezza : duet (early 18th cent.).

62.
Gran crudelta : song by Bigaglia. 558.
Gran Dio, die de' mortali ; fr. opera by

Paisiello. 392.
Gran pianta : madrigal by Francesco

da Pireuze. 121.
Gran tormento e il tacer. v. "II pri-

gionier fortunate."
Gran tormento e innamorarsi : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77, 80.
Grand cardinal, la voix publique : song

(after 1744). 554.
Grand Dieu, conservez notre roi : song

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

335, f.24b).
Grand Dieu, quel trouble : song (18th

cent.). 591.
Grand ennemi de la noblesse : song

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

335, f. 21b).
Grand ennemi du JMardi gras : song

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

333, f. 128b).
Grand Louvois : song (after 1744, etc.).

536, 557 (King's .332, f. 42).
Grand Medina Sidonia : song (after

1744, etc.). 536, 557 (King's 332,

f. 25b).
Grand prince, en qui : song (after 1744).

542.
Grand prince, je suis en peine : song



(after 1744, etc.). 530, 557 (King's

330, f. 59).
Grand roi, nous avons a vivre : song

(after 1749). 557.
Grand roi, par ce revers : song (after

1744). 536.
Grand roi, que vous avez d'esprit. v.

Louis, que vous avez.
Grand roi, quelle est ton injustice:

song (after 1744, etc.). 530; etc.
Grand roi, veux-tu : song (after 1744).

537.
Grande guenipe. v. Benserade.
Grandi, e ver ; fr. opera by Leo. 270.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 335.

Grands dieux, quelle misere : song (after

1744, etc.). 548, 557 (King's 335,
f. 210b).

Grave il fasto di regnar : song by
Handel. 528.

" Gravelines." v. A vous parler; Je
veux croire que ton pere ; etc.

Gravipene: madrigal by Striggio. 163.

"Gray's Inn masque." v. Last Christ-
mas.

Grazie agli inganni tuoi : song (18th
cent.). 585.

canon (three settings, late 18th

cent.). 7 (2).

song [? by Hummel]. 608.

trio by Malchair. 653.



Grazie che a poch' il ciel : madrigal by
S. Rossetti. 168.

Grazie vi rendo : chorus [? by Lord
Burghersh]. 50.

Great Apollo and Bacchus : catch by
H. Purcell. 27.

Great Bacchus, born in thunder : catch
by Greene. 37 (31462, f. 59), .39, 40.

Great Bacchus, aid us : glee by Pax-
ton. 101.

Great Caesar, once renowu'd ; fr. opera
[by T. Linley, sen.]. 310.

Great god of sleep : glee by F. Hutche-
son. 99.

glee by Worgan. 108.

Great Hercules, thou son of Jove : can-
tata by Stanley. 19.

Great Janus : ode by Blow. 212.

Great minister of state, v. "Circe."

"Great news": words of table enter-
'tainment by Dibdin. 647 (30960,
f. 141; 30967, f. 20). For music, r.
Inspir'd by so grateful a duty ; Say,
soldier, which ; Tell me not of
men's follies ; The squirrel that
jingles.

Great parent, hail : ode by H. Purcell.
216.

Great queen of love : cantata by Blow.
14.

Great Sir, the joy of all our hearts : ode
by Blow. 210, 213.

Great sums of love : song [? by J.
Gamble]. 476.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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Great Tom is cast : catch bv [INI.]

White. 35.
Green grow the rushes : Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 208.

song adapted by Haydn. 619 ; —

by Kozeluch. G02, G04 (35279, ff. 3, 10).

Green groweth the hollv : madrigal by

Henry VIII. 126.
"Green-sleeves": Scotch tunc (18th

cent.). 207.

■;;. also It was the charming month

of May.

Green-thorn : glee by Callcott. 107.
Gregoire a jeune : song (after 1737). 525.
Gr6goire, en revenant : song (after 1737).

525.
Gregoire, revenant. v. Gregoire, en

revenant.
Gregoire vantait a Colin : duct (after

1737). 64.
Gretchen, ou cours-tu done : duet by A.

G. Thomas. 97.
Gretchen, warum : song by — Klugkist.

472.
"Gretna Green": opera by G. [W.]

Reeve, v. Hark on the hill; It is

sweet ; Other eyes.
Gridai guerra : song by [S.] Andr. Piore.

528.
Grief, keep within, v. Drop not, mine

eyes.
Grief was not meant for youth : song

by Bishop. 634.
Grieve not, dear love : song by H.

Lawes. 474.

trio by H. Lawes. 652.

Grieve not, Tibullus : song (1615-1626).

469.
" Grimaudin." v. II ne parait rien ; etc.
Gripe'm greedy : glee by W. Tans'ur,

sen. 110.
"Griselda": opera by Scarlatti. 251.
" Griselidis." v. Bonjour, m'amie ;

C'est une jeune fille.
"Grosses Bourguignonnes." v. A Rome,

a Porte Pie.
Groves with eternal sweets ; fr. opera

by H. Purcell. 321 (no. 8).
Guarda ben, mio cor : duet (late 17th

cent.). 59.
Guarda che lascio ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 345.
Guarda in quel verdi rami : song by —

]\Iurray. 611.
Guarda, lieto soggiorno; fr. opera by

Sarti. 384.
Guarda qui che lo vedrai : duet by

Haydn. 74.
Guarda una volta : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 121.
Guardami in volto ; fr. opera by Mom-

beUi. 367.

fr. opera by Sacchini. 301.

Guerchy, si vous pouviez : song (after

1726). 518.



Guerchy, tu ravis tout le mondo : song
(after 1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's
330, f. 128b).

Gueris-toi : song (after 1744, etc.). 532 ;
etc.

fr. opera [by Lully]. 254.

Guerra vuoi farmi : duetbyClari. 168,

180, 189.
Guerrier, che i colpi ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
Guerrier terrible, v. Raisin encore.
Guess, if you can. v. Many and

merry.
Guidate dolci. v. Bianchi cigni.
GuidiamNina: song (beg. 19th cent.).

609.
Guillaume s'en va. v. Bergers et bcr-

geres.
Guillot est mon ami. v. Nous avons

un Dauphin ; etc.
"Guy Mannering": opera by Bishop.

396. V. also Be mine, dear maid.

Ha, ha 1 This world doth pass : madri-
gal by Weelkes. 191.

Ha un occhio ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.
372, 381.

Ha un visino rotondetto ; fr. opera by



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