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Hasse. 278.

Had she not care enough : catch by
H. Purcell. 44.

catch by Savilo. 33, 46.

Had you but heard her sing : song by

W. Lawes. 473.
" Hadrian " : part of opera by Hummel.

420.
Hsec quae ter triplici : motet by Lasso.

195.
Hagueuau est done aux abois : song

(after 1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's

333, f. 14).
Hai rotto e sciolto. v. Caro, amoroso

neo.
Hail, beauteous stranger : duet arranged

by Haydn. 93.
Hail, bright Cecilia : catch by Nares.

37 (31462, f. 70), 38.

ode by H. Purcell. 212, 214 (2),

215.

Hail, Britannia; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
Hail, British isle : trio by Greene. 656.
Hail, Diana : glee (1771-1803). 100.
Hail, England, old England : song

(1789). 574.
Hail, festive day : ode by T. S. Dupuis.

217.
Hail, golden star : glee by CaUcott.

106.
Hail, great Apollo : glee by W. Linley.

111.
Hail, hail, green fields : catch by

Greene. 31, 37 (31462, f. 54b), 39.
Hail, hallow'd fane: glee by Lord

Mornington. 113.



742



INDEX I.



Hail, hallow'd vault: glee by [S.]

Webbe. 100. _ ;, , ,.^-,n 1707^
Hail, happy Britain: duet {lill-n^l).

PI

Hail', happy day, auspicious light : ode
hy Tudway. 214. .

Hail, Innocence, celestial maicl : giee
by' T. Miles. 115.

Hail, lovely shade : glee by [? C] Jenner.

Hail, 'lovely wonder ; fr. ode by Dibdin.

919
Hail, mcek-ey'd mercy : glee by Stevens.

Hail, ' mighty monarch ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 378. .• ■ ..

Hail, monarch sprung of race divme .

ode by Blow. 213. , o n

Hail, queen of thought : glee by Call-

cott. 105. „ ,

Hail, thou great queen; fr. opera [? by

H. Lawes]. 228.
Hail, thou infant year : ode by Blow.

215

Hail 'to this happy day. v. " Gene-
vieve." ^ ^ _

glee by T. Miles. 115.

Hail to thy brightness : song (18th
cent.l. 578. ,

Hail to thy living light; fr. opera by
T. A. Arne. 318.

Hail to you, lovely women: song by

HaTyoung'spdng: glee by [S.] Webbe.

Half an hour past eleven: catch by
Savage. 34.



bavage. o'±. , ,

Half an hour past twelve: catch by

— Marella. 40. ^ .i, • „

-Hallowe'en." v. Poor, fiutt'ring

Halt?balt,haltl Now the sun: cantata

by Bishop. 22.
" Hamlet." v. " Ambleto. .
" Hampstead Heath." v. A wig that s

Hanc'tua Penelope: motet by J. Fries

and H. Textor. 197.
Hand in hand with fairy grace : chorus

bv rB.l Cooke. 48.
Handy Spandy, Jack-a-dandy : song by

C. Wesley. 626. rr^n-n

Hang, golden sleep : song by Hilton.

477
Hang sorrow: catch by W. Lawes or

H. Purcell. 30,37,45
Hanneton vole: duet 175 0- 69.
-Happiness lost." v. He fought and

nippy and free : song (late 17th cent.).

494. , 1 T c:

Happy are we met: glee by J. b.

" irppyDiS'Dawson." v. I lo'e ne'er
a laddie but ane.



Happy, happy art of pleasing: song by

Hook. 616.
Happy is a country hfe. v. Happy is

the country life. -, i. 1

Happy is the country life : duet by

J Hart. 57. For words, v. also

19759, f. 43b. .

Happy isle, all joys possessing: song by

Travers. 565.
Happy, happy he : madrigal by WU-

Happy streams, whose trembling fall:
rnadrigal by Wilbye. 151,186. _

Happy the man, and happy he alone .
fflee by S. Wesley. 119.

Happy the youth: catch by [S.] Long.

31
Happy ye leaves: song by Greene.

Hard 'by a crystal fountain: madrigal

byCroce. 144,152,173,184. .
"Hard destinies." v. Down m a

"hSu the corn" (18th cent.). 201

nirSkins or rabbit-skins: catch by
Savage. 34. ^

Hark, Damon, hark: dialogue by H.

Purcell. 481,484,498. ^
Hark, echo : song by Hook. -■ ^•
Hark, forward ! See reynard ; fr. Oi>era
by Dibdin. 374. , 1 „

Hark I From the sacred oak : glee by
Callcott. 106. . ,^ ,, . „i„^

Hark! From yon rum'd abbey, glee

by W. Linley. 116.
Hark, hark 1 Amenia's voice: song

(17th-18th cent.). 502.
Hark, hark I From the woodlands.

alee (late 18th cent.). 104.
Hlrk,hark! I hear. ^;. Why are you

ladies staying. ,, , ,

Hark, hark of war the dreadful clangour ,
fr. table entertainment by Dibdm.

644
Hark, hark! The echoing air: song

by H. Purcell. 505. , rrn

Hark, hark ! The lark : glee by [B.J

Cooke. 103. V. also 398.
Hark, hark! The martial trumpets,

fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
Hark, hark! 'Tis a voice from the

tomb: song [by Worgan] 578
Hark, hark! 'Tis the lark: song by

Hook. 616. , T T-. 1 OQ

Hark, Harry : catch by J. Eccles. 28,
37(31462, f. 11), 39, 46.

Hark! Hear you not a heavenly har-
mony : madrigal by Bateson. 15i.

Hark' His hands the lyre explore:
song by S. Wesley. 575,626.

Hark how my Celia : song by H.
Lawes. 477.

Hark how the pleasant thunder : song
by Creighton. 522.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



743



Hark how the ringers : catch [? by

Lord Abercorn or Dr. Pepusch]. 28.
Hark how the wild musicians sing :

odo by H. Purcell. 212, 220.
Hark how the woods do ring : catch by

[? M.] White. 30, 37.
Hark, jolly shepherds : madrigal by

Morley. 145, 169.
Hark, my Damilcar : incidental music

(IGSl). 229.
Hark ! On the hill ; fr. opera by G. W.

Reeve. 410.
Hark ! On the wind : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 603.
Hark ! The bells have done : catch

(late 18th cent.). 41.
Hark ! The big drums ; fr. opera by J.

Eccles. 242.
Hark ! The bonny Christchurch bells :

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

f. 10), 38, 42 (arrangement — v. also

379).
Hark ! The bugle : glee by W. Russell.

99.
Hark I The cock crow'd : incidental

music [by J. Clark]. 229, 321.
Hark ! The convent bells : part-song by

Hatton. 457.
Hark ! The din of distant war ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 643.
Hark ! The hollow woods resounding :

glee (two settings) by J. S. Smith.

109, 112.
Hark ! The joy-inspiring horn : song

(late 18th cent.). 600.
Hark ! The merry tabor : glee (late 18th

cent.). 104.
Hark ! The nightingale : catch (late

18th cent.). 41.
Hark ! The storm grows loud : song by

P. Humfrey. 493.
Hark ! The trumpet and the drum.

V. "Cyrus the Cxreat."
Hark ! Through yon fretted vaults ; ode

by Savage. 217.
Hark to the sound of the ocean : song

by Hatton. 639.
Hark you. Madam, v. ' ' Love 's a jest."
Hark you, my dear : catch by [T. A.]

Arne. 44.
Harlay, ce ministre barbon : soug (after

1744, etc.). 541, 557 (King's 333,

f. 104b).
Harlay n'est plus: song (after 1726).

521.
" Harlekiu als Spinne." v. " Der Zau-

ber-ring."
"Harlekin in seiner Heimath." v.

"Der Zauber-kampf."
"Harlequin in the seraglio." v. " The

false dervish."
"Harlequin Ranger." v. Leave, neigh-
bours, your work.
" Harlequin Sorcerer." v. Cast, my

love, thine eyes.



"Harlequin's invasion." v. Hearts of

oak.
" Haroun al Raschid." v. Farewell,

farewell, the golden day ; Go, mystical

flow'r; Now fill the air ; Who threads

the gloom.
" Harry le roi " : opera by Bishop, etc.

402.
Harsh and untuneful are the notes : trio

by S. Wesley. 659.
"Harvest home" : words of opera by

Dibdin. 380. Formusic, v. Although

I make no fuss ; What shall I do ?

Where shall I run ; With strong

conflicting pangs.
Has sorrow thy young days shaded :

song by Lodge-EUertou. 627.
Has yet your breast no pity learned :

dialogue by H. Purcell. 481.
" Hassan " : words of opera by Dibdin.

379. For music, v. Ah when from

this detested shore ; An Englishman,

his heart sincere ; Hail, mighty

monarch ; If, when I sobb'd ; Man

hectors ; Mourn, ye damsels ;

wretched day ; Sweet was my bliss ;

The mischief's done ; The monarch

in my time ; This magic belt ; Yes,

yes ! 'Tis so ; You may call us.
Haste, brother king; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 247.
Haste, Charon, haste : dialogue by H.

Hall. 481.
Haste, dearest Emma : duet by Bishop.

96.
Haste, gentle Charon, haste : duet by

[H.] Purcell. 57, 481.
Haste, my fair : glee by J. C. Pring. 101.
Haste, ye nymphs : duet [by H. Lawes].

55.
Haste, ye soft gales : catch (18th-19th

cent.). 42.
Hatez-vous : madrigal by J. T. Gerardo.

185.
"Have at the French" (18th cent.).

202 (348).
Have I caught my heavenly jewel : song

(after 1614). 467.
Have we cross'd the boisterous main ;

fr. opera [by Shield]. 323.
Have you any work for the tinker :

catch by Nelham. 30, 37 (31462,

f. 35b), 40, 46.
Have you never seen the man : catch

by — Elton. 32.
Have you not seen : glee by W. Linley.

111.
Have you seen but a white lily. v.

Have you seen the white lily.
Have you seen the virgin snow : glee

by [B.] Cooke. 101.
Have you seen the white lily flower :

song (after 1614, etc.). 467, 472.
Have you Sir John Hawkins' hist'ry :

catch by Callcott. 43.



744



INDEX I.



"Hawkes' humour" (18th cent.). 202

(367).
"Hawkey." «. "Hoggy."
H6, cadedis: song (after 1744, e^c).

547, 557 (King's 335, f. 134b).
He fought and fell : song arranged by

Haydn. 619.
" He loves and rides away" ; fragment

of the opera, by Bishop. 398.
He on whose birth : glee (late 18th

cent.). 104.
He 's far awa' : song by Haydn. 619.
He 's poor as Job ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
He 's stol'n my heart, v. Young Jemmy.
He that all earthly pleasure scorns :

madrigal (after 1G13). 150.
He that drinks is immortal : catch by

H. Purcell. 41.
He that enjoy'd : madrigal (after 1611).

147.
He that has a pleasant face : part-song

by Hatton. 457.
He that loves a rosy cheek : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.

song [by H. Lawes], 475.

He that will court: song (1678-1682).

478.
He that will not love : song by W.

Lawes. 478.
"Heads or tails": words of table en-
tertainment by Dibdin. 647 (30960,

ff. 149, 167 ; 30967, f. 22). For music,

V. An ignorant peasant ; What vic-
tims ; You've heard of Venus.
Hear how the nightingales : glee by

CaUcott. 105, 107.
Hear me, hear me ; fr. opera [by Baum-

garten]. 323.
Hear me, ye nymphs : song arranged by

I. Pleyel. 600.
Hear us, great Eugwith. v. "Bon-

duca."
Hear, ye gods. v. "Bonduca."
Hear, ye midnight phantoms : duet [by

J. Eccles]. 61, 63.
Hear, ye sullen pow'rs. v. " CEdipus."
Hearken and I will tell : song arranged

by Haydn. 618 (35272, f. 22b), 619.



" Heart of oak."



• Hearts of oak.



"Heart of oak and shillalah." v. What
a fuss.

"Hearts of oak"; fr. opera by Boyce.
324.

"Heaven upon earth." v. Gay Bac-
chus.

" Hedge lane " (18th cent.). 200 (176).

Heigho. V. Hey ho.

Heil dem Jiingling : chorus by Siiss-
mayr. 50.

Heil diesem Tag : cantata by Hummel.
22.

Heil, dieses Tages Stern : chorus by
Hummel. 50.

"Hela'r ysgyfarnog": song arranged



by Haydn. 621 (85274, f. 42 ; 35275,

ff. 13b, 26b).
Helaas, ai mij : madrigal (16th cent.),

128.
H61as, ami : madrigal (? 16th cent.).

142.
H61as, brunette, v. ciel, quel est

notre malheur.
Helas, dame que j'aime tant : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
H^las de vous : madrigal (1st half of

16th cent.). 127.
Helas, douleur : song by L. Opstraet

van der Moelcn. 471.
Helas, j'en suis marri : madrigal (early

16th cent.). 123.
Helas, je n'ai pas vu : song (after 1744).

543.
H61as, la pauvre femme : song (after

1744). 548.
"H61as, la pauvre fille." v. Le mar-
quis de La Lande.
Helas, le pauvre Chamillard. v. Helas,

pauvre.
Hllas, madame : madrigal by Henry

Vni. 126.
Helas, maman, pardonnez : song (1760).

566.
H61as, mou prince, v. "Les Mayeux

de Bretagne."
H61as, pauvre Chamillard : song (after

1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,

f.220).
Helas, pourquoi fais-tu tant languir :

madrigal by P. Lescornet. 176.
H61as, pourquoi me suis-je mariee :

madrigal (16th cent.). 129.
Helas, pourquoi s'etonner : song (after

1744). 553.
Helas, quel jour : madrigal by [J.] T.

G[erarde]. 134.
" H^Iene et Paris." v. " Irene."
Help, help here ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
Hence, all ye vain delights : song by

Hilton. 476.

glee by S. Webbe. 108.

Hence away, despondent care : glee by

CaUcott. 106.
Hence away, ye sirens : glee by Stevens.

103.
Hence, Bacchus : glee by Crotch. 111.
Hence, care. v. care, thou wilt.
Hence, corroding cares : glee by Holder.

100.
Hence, fell discontent ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647.
Hence, fiatt'ring hopes : song by W.

Lawes. 473.
Hence, hence, avaunt : glee by Pring.

101.
Hence, leaden care : song (1615-1626).

468.
Hence, stars ! You dazzle : madrigal

by M. Este. 162.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



745



the morniug ; f r.



Hence with sorrow ; fr. opera by Dibdiu.

374.
Hence, ye vain mortals : song by T.

Kingsley. 484.
" Henri IV." : opera adapted by Bishop

from Paisiello, Mozart, etc. 397.

part of opera, by J. P. E. Martini.

378. V. also Pour un peuple.

Henry cuU'd the flowrets' bloom : song
(late 18th cent.). 597.

"Henry the fourth: part of opera by
Bishop. 416.

"Her absence " (18th cent.). 198.

Her breath is more sweet, v. Of gold
all burnish'd.

Her daddy forbad : song (late 18th
cent.). 595.

Her eye proclaims her : glee (late 18th
cent.). 108.

Her eyes are like

opera by J. Eccles. 243

Her form was celestial ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 645.

Her hands full sore she wrung, v.
Upon a stage.

Her lusty cheer, v. Margaret meek.

Herbei, ihr Freunde : cantata by Hum-
mel. 21.

"Hercule." v, " Le triomphe d'Her-
cnile."

"Hercules in the cradle." v. The big-
limbed babe.

Here a sheer hulk ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 643.

Here are the rarities : catch by Blow.
29, 37 (31462, f . 21b), 39.

Here, at the dead of night : song by
Hatton. 640.

"Here awa', there awa' " (18tli-19th
cent.). 208.

duet arranged by Haydn. 93.

song by I. Pleyel. 601 and 603

(35278, f. 1).

Here comes my daughter ; fr. opera by

Dibdiu. 374.
Here, drawer : catch (18th cent.). 34.
Here dwells a pretty maid : catch by

Crauford. 37 (31462, f. 40), 89.
Here end my chains : glee by Callcott.

106.
Here I'll meditate: glee (late 18th

cent.). 108.
Here innocence and beauty : catch by

Travers. 30, 35.
Here is a bowl : song (1678-1682). 479.
Here is an old ground : catch by

Hilton. 35.
Here is Hymen : song by R. Courteville.

505.
Here is the glen: song adapted by

Haydn. 619 ;— by Hummel. 628,

631, 633 (32189, f. 117b) ;— by Koze-

luch. 601, 608 (85278, if . 6b, 15, 21).
Here lies a man : song (18th-19th

cent.), 606.



to all honest men
. 31.
to ane



lo'e : duct
87 (35278,



Here lies a woman : catch by Hilton.

26, 29, 35, 37 (81462, f.22), 39, 45.
Here lies Jonson : catch by J. Hawkins,

sen. 81.
Here lies Judge Boat : catch by [? W.]

Hayes. 87.
Here lies poor Thomas : catch by T.

Miles. 44.
Here lies the body of Daniel Saul :

catch by Gorton. 27.
Here lies the wife of Simon Stokes :

catch [by Callcott]. 33 (2).
Here lies William of Valence : song

(1789). 575.
Here, Molly ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
Here on his back doth lie Sir Andrew

Keeling : catch by Battishill. 40.
Here resignation, pensive, sad : duct

by G. Wesley. 92.
Here rests his head : catch by Callcott.

33.

song by Hummel (?). 632.

Here 's a health, a health : catch by

H. Purcell. 41.
Here 's a health

catch by Alcock
Here 's a health

adapted by Kozeluch.

ff.6and 12, 14b, 25; etc.).
Here 's a health to good Sir Thomas ;

fr. table entertainment [by Dibdin].

648.
Here 's a health to the king ! Pledge it

all: song (1682). 480.
Here 's a health to the king, who has

said: catch by Clark. 28,37(31462,

f.7b), 38.
Here 's a health to them that's awa' :

song (late 18th cent.). 595.
Here 's a tale : catch (after 1812). 44.
Here 's his health in water, v. Although

my back be at the wa'.
Here 's that will challenge : catch by

H. Purcell. 30,42,43. See also p. 483.
Here 's the sword : song by Callcott.

622.
Here shall soft charity; fr. ode by

Boyce. 221.
Here shall the morn : glee by S. Wesley.

116.
Here sleeps in peace ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
Here, take my hand ! 'Tis better ;

fr. opera by Dibdin. 378.
Here, take my hand to thee ; fr. opera

by Stevens. 318, 871.
Here the deities approve : song [by

H. PurceU]. 243.
Here, waiter I Bring a bottle : catch

by [? W.] Hayes. 35, 87.
Here we swear ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

865.
Here, ye pow'rs : glee by Alcock. 108.
"Hermann": opera by J. Thomson.

419 (2).



746



INDEX I.



" Hermann von Unna " : oi^era by G. J.

Vogler. 324.
"Hero and Leander." i;. Nor com'st

thou yet.
Hero, kiss me : madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f.21).
" Hertford assembly " (18th cent.). 202

(322).
Herzens-wonne : song by A — - (late

18th cent.). 598.
" Hesiouue " : opera by Gampra. Refer-
ence to, lYOO. 537.
Heureuse mort ; fr. opera [by LuUy].

264.
Heureuse pais; fr. opera [by Des-

touches]. 344.
Heureux celui qui chemine : song (1760).

566.
song (another setting, 18th cent.).

579.
Heureux Chamillard : song (after 1744,

etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332, f. 125).
Heureux dans une vie obscure : song

(after 1726). 521.
Heureux qui comme Epicure : song

(after 1726). 520.
Heureux qui pent etre inconstant, v.

Aga, Pierrot.
Heureux qui pent voir ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 263.
Heute lasst im edlen Kreis' : song by

Hummel. 629.
Hey down, adown 1 Behold and see,

good hostess : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 36.
Hey down, adown ! Behold and see

what song : canon by Tallis. 3, 5.
Hey down, adown ! Leave and ho :

catch [by T. Ravenscroft]. 36.
Hey down, down, down . . . Shall I go :

catch by Nelham. 35, 46.
Hey down, down, down . . . sing ye now

after me : round (1780). 32.
"Hey down, down, down ... these

women all " : madrigal by [Edmund ?]

Heath. 138.
Hey for England ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

378.
"Hey for Lincolnshire" (18th cent.).

201 (271).
"Hey for matrimony." v. "Mistake

upon mistake."
Hey ho, hey ho, heart's delight : catch

by Cobb. 32, 37 (31462, f. 40), 39.
Hey ho, nobody at home : catch

adapted from T. Ravenscroft. 30,

36.
Hey ho, says Jenny : catch by S. Webbe,

sen. 46.
Hey ho, the clock has just struck four :

duet by J. Eccles. 61.
Hey ho, the mavis : madrigal (temp.

Henry VIH.). 125.
Hey ho to the greenwood : canon by
Byrd. 3, 6, 7 (2), 8.



Hey ho, what shall I say : catch (1580).

28, 37 (31462, f.48b), 39.
Hey now : round by T. Farthing and

— Kempe. 26.
Hey Robin: song (early 19th cent.). 624.
Hey, the bonnv : song (late 18th cent.).

596.
" Hey to the camp " (18th cent.). 200

(103).
"Hey to the cooper" (18th cent.).

199 (2).
Hev, trolly lolly lo, maid : madrigal

(teynp. Henry VIII.). 127.
Hey, trolly lolly, my love : round

[tcjii'p. Henry VIII.). 26.
Hey, tutti taiti. v. Scots wha hae.
Hie jacet in tumba Rosamund! : canon

by C. Wesley. 8.
Hie jacet Tom Shorthose : catch (1762,

etc.). 29, 37 (31462, f. 28b), 39.
Hie jacet une sainte mere : song (after

1744, etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335,

f. 123).
Hide me, hide me : glee by Callcott.

106.
Hide, hide, thou charming creature :

song by Staggins. 483.
Hier vous etiez grande dame : song by

Comte A. d'Adhemar. 637.
High on a mountain's lofty brow : glee

by Callcott. 105.
High on the bounding bark : ode by

Worgan. 221.
High on the giddy bending mast : song

by Haydn. 572.
High states and honours : song by

J. Abell. 483, 484.
" Highland laddie " : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 207.
"Highland laddie, New": Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 207, 208.
" Highland Mary." v. Thou ling'ring

star.
'Wapoi TTMfj.ei' : glee by S. Wesley. 116,

119.
Hills and woods : madrigal by Quin-

ziaui. 144, 186.
Hinweg, wer Rang: song by Hurka.

599.
Hinweg, wer von Gewalt und Raube :

song by W. von B (late 18th

cent.). 598.
" Hippolyte et Aricie " : portions of the

opera [by Rameau]. 267. v. also

Dieud'amour; Rossignols amoureux.
" Hippolytus." w. So tenderly; Through

the prince.
His golden locks : madrigal by J,

Dowland. 132.
His lady's name ; fr. opera by Balfe.

442.
His lordship really is too good ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 378.
His soul, though lost to happiness, v.
silence, fond warblers.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



747



Hither, all ye loves : glee by [S.] Webbe.
104, 108.

Hither come and follow me : glee [? by
Dibdin]. 113.

Hither I sail ; fr. opera by Balfo. 426.

Hither, sportive maids : glee by Hook.
114.

Hither ! This way bend : song by Pur-
cell. 498.

Hither we come into this world of woe :
song by H. Lawes. 474, 477.

trio by H. Lawes. 652.

Hither, your wreaths : glee by Holder.

100.
Ho bisogno di denari ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 426.
Ho core oltraggiato : song (after 1699).

490.
Ho nel core ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

260.
Ho neir alma un certo fuoco ; fr. opera

by Borghi. 294.
Ho perduta nel cor la speranza : song

by Scarlatti. 589.
Ho perduto il mio contento ; fr. opera

by Isouard. 315.
Ho perso 1' ocaletto (?) : song [? by Dra-

gonetti]. 604 (2).
Ho scherzato : duct by Steffani. 70,

77, 81.
Ho sparse tanto lagrimo : song (after

1794). 576.

song by L. K. Widmaun. 609,

611, 618.

Ho, the broom : part-song (1656-1659).

452.
Ho un'alma: song (17th-18th cent.).

500.
Ho una pena : song by Scarlatti. 589.
"Hob y deri dando": song arranged

bv Haydn. 621 (35274, f. 27 ; 85275,

f!.9, 23).
"Hob y deri danno": song arranged

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

fE. 12, 25).
Hoch liber dir : song by [J. C] Franz.

599.
Hort ! die Winde furchtbar heulen :

chorus by Haydn. 48.
"Hoffedd Hywel": song arranged by

Haydn. 621 (85274, f. 40; 35275,

ff. 18, 25b).
Hoffnuug bleibet mein Vergniigen :

song by H. F. Hessler (?). 523.
"Hoggyover the water" (18th cent.).

201 (208).
" Hoity toity." v. "Joan's placket."
Hold, hold and no further advance :

song (1681). 483.
Hold, lingel, hold: song (1615-1626).

469.
Hold out, my heart : madrigal by

Morley. 169, 170, 174 (31418, f. 8b).
Hold thy peace : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 29.



Holder Friedc : song by A (late

18th cent.). 598.
Hollandais, jc ne puis souffrir : song

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

388, f. 107b), etc.
Hollandais, votre cas va mal : song

(after 1744, etc.). 588, 557 (King's

331, f. 72b).
Hollandais, vous voulez : song (after

1744). 538.
"Home, sweet home": opera by

Bishop. 417.
fr. opera by Bishop. 423 (36574,

f.27; etc.).

glee, harmonized by T. B. Everett.



104.
Honest Tom was a merchant's man :

catch (1704-1707). 27.
"Honesty the best policy." v. "The

heir of Vironi."
Honi soit qui mal y pense : canon by

Morel. 1.
Honour is the word. v. "The Circas-
sian bride."
"Hooly and fairly." v. what had I

ado.
Hope away ! Enjoyment 's come : song

by S. Wesley. 575.
Hope of my heart : madrigal by J.

Ward. 152.
Hope, thou nurse of young desire : song

(late 18th cent.). 597.
Hopping along : song (1817 ?). 627.
Horrida tempestas : motet by J. Fries

and H. Textor. 197.
Horrors increase ; fr. opera [? by S.

Wesley]. 313.
"Hot cockles": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 208.
Hot loaves : catch by Savage. 84.
Hot spice : catch (late 18th cent.). 41.
Hough the tankard : madrigal {temp.

Elizabeth). 139.
How blest the maid : glee adapted by

T. Miles from Cxaluppi. 115.
How blest was I : song (1752 ?). 593.
How blithe ilk morn : duet arranged

by Haydn. 92.
How bonny and brisk : song by R.

Smith. 479, 484.
How calmly flows compassion's tear ;

fr. opera by Stevens (?). 371.
"How can I keep" (18th cent.). 201

(201).
How can I sing : glee by W. Linley. 111.
How can the tree but waste : song

(1615-1626). 468.
song (another setting, after 1653).

474.
How charming the fair one : catch by

Callcott. 33.
How chill the wind. v. " The Cir-
cassian bride."
How closely the woodbine : song ar-
ranged by Kozeluch. 603.



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INDEX I.



How could you write ; fr. opera by
Dibdiu. 375.

How couldst thou have the heart ; fr.
opera by Dibdin. 376.

How dear the shower ; fr. opera by T.
Miles. 419.

How delightful 's the life of an innocent
swain : song by H. Purcell. 484.

How didst thou slay. v. Upon a stage.

" How do you like it." v. " Petticoat
loose."

How does the new-born infant year :
ode by Blow. 213, 217.

How doth the little busy bee : part-
song by T. Miles. 455.

How dreadful is their doom : glee by
Callcott. 106.

How fair is the rose : part-song by T.
Miles. 455.

How fine has the day been : part-song
by T. Miles. 455.

How finely fortune : madrigal (after
1604). 144.

How gloomy the face : song arranged
by Kozeluch. 603.

How goes the night : song by Hatton.
639.

How goodly seems it : glee (late 18th
cent.). 104.

How great a curse ; fr. opera by Gal-
liard. 252.

How great is the pleasure : trio (18th
cent.). 654.

catch by [H.] Harington. 31, 43.

How handso:ne is my sailor lad : song
by Hook. 615.

How happy and free : song (1681). 483.

How happy are we : catch by Berg. 37.

How happy art thou : song by H.
Lawes. 475.

How happy is that shepherd : madri-



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