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gal (after 1611). 147.

How happy my days : glee (1771-1808).
100.

How happy 's that prisoner : song (1678-
1682). 480.

How happy 's the lover : song by Pur-
cell. 481.

How harmless : glee by — Wallington.
99.

How high was Caesar plac'd : madri-
gal (after 1604). 144.

How I have serv'd : song by Blow. 494.

How ill doth he deserve a lover's name :
song by H. Lawes. 474, 479.

How long d' you mean to torture me :
song (1682-1690). 484.

How long, false hope : song by J. Wilson.
477.

How long must I the hours employ :
duet by J. Eccles. 61.

How long shall this : song by Greene.
526.

How lov'd, how valued : glee by Call-
cott. 106.



How many lovers : song by Hook. 616.
How many surumers : song by Neu-

komm. 634.
How merrily we live : madrigal by M.

Este. 159, 177, 181.
How now, shepherd : duet (1630). 54.
How oft, Louisa, hast thou said ; fr.

opera [by T. Linley, sen.]. 323.
How peaceful the days : song by Purcell.

483.
How pleasant is this flowry plain : song

by H. Purcell. 498 (2).
How pleasant the banks : song by J.

Barnett. 629.
How pleas'd within my native bow'rs :

catch by Callcott. 33, 41.
How rapid the course : song by S.

Wesley. 575.
How shall he sing : madrigal (after

1611). 147.
How shall I please a creature uncertain :

madrigal {temp. Henry VIII.). 125.
How shall we speak thy praise : catch

by Blow. 29, 37.
How should youth, v. Lusty youth.
How sleep the brave : glee by B. Cooke.

99.

glee by F. Hutcheson. 104.

How soft the delights : catch by Greene.

37 (31462, f. 55b), 38, 40.
How sweet amidst the calm serene :

glee by Callcott. 102, 106.
How sweet are the meadows : song by

Hook. 615.
How sweet in the woodlands : duet by

[H.] Harington. 74.
How sweet is love's first gentle sway :

glee by W. Linley. 111.
How sweet is the breath ; fr. ox^era by

Bishop. 398.
How sweet the air: glee (1771-1803).

100.
How sweet the lone vale : song arranged

by Haydn. 618.
How sweet the love. v. When first I

kenn'd.
How sweet to sense: glee (1775-1822).

102.
How sweet with innocence to rove :

song by C. Wesley. 572.
How sweetly could I lay: glee by W.

Linley. 111.
How sweetly do Maria's charms : duet

[? by D. Purcell]. 62.
How unhappy a lover; fr. opera by

Staggins. 228.
How unhappy is he. v. " Rosamond."
Hoyda, hoyda, jolly rutterkin : madrigal

by W. Cornish, jun. 125.
" Hud y pibell." v. where dost thou

bide.
" Hull assembly" (18th cent.). 202 (355).

V. also "Nottingham assembly."
" Human frailty." v. What is this

passing scene.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



749



Humanity, thy awful strain: chorus

by Crotch. 48.
Huuc tibi ille pater, v. Salve, quae

roseo.
"Hunt the squirrel" (18th cent.).

200 (149).
"Hunting the hare." v. " Hela 'r

ysgyfaruog."
Hush ev'ry rude and vulgar noise : glee

by S. Pegge. 109.
Hush, hush ! The god of love : glee by

[S.] Long. 99, 108.
Huzza for the Queen : catch by T.

Miles. 44.
"Hydaspes." u. " Idaspe."
" Hymen." v. "■ The royal nuptials."
Hymen and I : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Hymen hath together tied : incidental

music by G. Jeffreys. 228.



beg;



madrigal by Wilbye.



always
184. "

am a jolly fisherman ; fr. table
entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
am a jolly foster : madrigal {temp.
Henry VIII.). 126.
am a wretched lover : song (1682-
1690). 484.

song by — Lentall (?) . 483.



I am athirst : catch [by T. Ravenscroft].

36.
I am he that hath you daily serv'd :

madrigal by Turges. 124.
I am not, I, of such belief : madrigal

by R. Nicholson. 139.

madrigal by Wigthorp. 137.

I am so weary : canon by T. Ford (?).

2, 3, 5, 9.
I am teas'd to death : song by Hook.

615.
I am the comforter of those that

mourn : glee by W. Linley. 116.
I am the man: song (1G15-1626). 4G9,
I am the world's epitome ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 647.
"I Baccanali in Roma": opera by

General!. 385, 408.
I bei legami : madrigal by Monteverde.

164.
I bei ligustri : madrigal by Weelkes.

167.
I bring not scurvy : song (early 17tb

cent.). 466.
I bring thee, thou charming fair :

song by [? J.] Hart. 482.
I burn, I burn, and beg of you : song

by W. Lawes. 473.
I burn, I burn ! My brain consumes ;

fr. opera by J. Eccles. 231, 247.
" I campi d' Ivry." v. Come fugato.
I can love for an hour : song (1678-

1682). 478.
I can mend your tubs : catch by W.

P (1762, etc.). 30, 37.



I canua come. v. Now bank and brae.
I cannot change : song by J. CourteviUe.

487.
I cannot get up : catch by R. Price.

37.
I cannot sing this catch : catch by [H.]

Harington. 45.
I cannot think, v. Ah, Robin.
I care not for these ladies : song [by

Campion]. 468.
I choose a flow'r. v. I love, I love.
Idle, alas: madrigal (after 1604). 145.
"I due baroni " : opera by Cimarosa.

403. V. also Alma grande ; Aure

amiche ; Esser lieti ; La nei libri ;

Se fida a te.
" I due Foscari " : opera by Verdi. 445.
" I due prigionieri " : opera by Pucitta.

401.
I dwell here in content : song by

Hatton, 640.
I enter the garden of roses: song by

J. Barnett." 629.
I fall, I fall ! stay me : madrigal by

Wilbye. 184.
I felt my heart : song (1678-1682). 479.
I find, my Eugenia, I've struggled in

vain : duet by Turner. 56.
I follow to the footing: madrigal by

S. Wesley. 192.
I forget what Sterne says ; f r. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
" I fuorusciti " : opera by Paer. 388.
I gaed a waefu' gate : song arranged by

Haydn. 617.
I gave her cakes : catch by H. Purcell.

30, 40, 41.
I gave my harp : glee by Holder. 107.
" I giochi d' Agrigento " : opera by

Paisiello. 357. v. also La, dall'

eterne sfere ; Vieni, o real donzelJa.
" I giochi istimici " : opera by Vigano.

390.
I go before my charmer : madrigal by

Morley. 167, 169 (23625, f. 55b).
I go equipp'd ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 375.
I go in Loudon ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 646.
I hate dissembling courtiers : catch by

— Creed. 29, 37 (314G2, f. Sb), 38.
I have a bonnie wife : Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 206.
I have a silent sorrow ; fr. opera by the

Duchess of Devonshire. 316.
I have been a foster : song {tcmji. Henry

VIII.). 465.

madrigal by D[r. ?] — Cooper. 126.

I have been all day : chorus by Stevens.

48.
I have entreated : madrigal by J. Ward.

153.
I have heard her : song by C. W^esley.

572.
I have house and land : quartet [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 458.



750



INDEX I.



I have languish'd so long : song (1681).

483.
I have loved so many a day : song

(14th-15th cent.). 465.
I have prais'd with all my skill : trio

by H. Lavyes. 652.
I have you lent. v. IMadam Defrayne.
I heard a shepherdess : song (early 17th

cent.). 46G.
I heard a vyither'd maid : madrigal by

Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 9).
I in amazement stood : song by J.

Gamble. 476, 497.
I joy not : madrigal by Byrd. 144, 150,

172.
I keep my horse ; fr. opera by W.

Lawes. 228.
I knew what I did ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
I know not why : song arranged by

Hummel. 628, 631, 633 (32189,

f. 118b).
I languish to complain : madrigal by

-J. Bennet. 174 (31442, f . 18 ; etc.).

madrigal by A. Ferrabosco. 151.

I laugh, I cry : canon by Crotch. 5.
I lay with an old man : catch [by T.

Tlavenscroft]. 30, 36.
I lieti amanti : madrigal by Marenzio.

182 (31410, f.39).
I live, and yet: madrigal by Wilbye.

187.
I'll back the mealy grey : catch by B.

Cooke. 32.
I'll be Jack the sailor's wife, v. When

April buds.
I'll be married to thee. v. I am teas'd

to death.
I'll do thy bidding : song by Balfe. 636.
I'll forsake thee never : song by Bishop.

634.
I'll give you a toast : catch by J. Hook.

.34.
I'll go with thee : catch by Hilton. 29,

37 (.31462, f. 26b), .39.
I'll hae my coat o' good snuff brown :

song arranged by Hummel. 632.
I'll have no more dealing : song [by W.

Gregory]. 493.
I'll have no more of pointed darts :

song (18th cent.). 594.
I'll love thee long : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
I'll mak you be fain to follow me. v.

As late bv a sodger.
" I'll range" around " (ISth cent.). 200

(170).
I'll range life's gayest garden : song by

Bishop. 634.
I'll sing of heroes: song by Reggio.

480.
I'll speak of thee : song by Maria B.

Hawes. 6.35.
I'll tell my mother : catch [bv Blow],

27, 29,37 (31462, f. 24b), 39."



fr. opera by Balfe.
V. I '11 tell thee,
duet [by



I'U tell thee how
433.

I'U tell thee, my Celia
my Sylvia.

I'll tell thee, my Sylvia :
Blow]. 56, 57.

I'll tell vou a story ; fr. opera by Dib-
din. 377.

I'll turn through many a future year :
song by Lodge-EUerton. 628.

I'll wish no more. v. 1 wish no more.

I loathe that I did love : song (after
1600). 467.

I lo'e ne'er a laddie but ane : song ar-
ranged by Haydn. 618 ; — by Koze-
luch. 602, 603 (35278, f. 19), 604
(35279, f. 7).

I look'd upon my true love's eye :
duet (1678-1682). 55.

I lost my heart : song by J. Wilson.
480.

I lov'd a lass : part-song by Hatton.
456.

I lov'd and am belov'd again ; fr. opera
by J. Eccles. 242.

I lov'd her : part-song by Hatton. 457.

I lov'd thee: catch by Battishill. 31,
40, 41, 45.

I love a love : song (1615-1626). 468.

I love, alas, but cannot show it : song
by J. Wilson. 479.

I love, alas, I love thee : madrigal by
Morley. 174 (31413, f. 66).

I love, alas, yet am not loved : madri-
gal by Wilbye. 151, 187.

I love and am lov'd : song (1681). 482.

I love, I love ; and whom love ye :
madrigal by Sir T. Philips. 124.

I love, lov'd, and lov'd would be :
madrigal by R. Fairfax. 124.

I love the hills : song by Bishop. 634.

I love the rose. v. 1 love, I love.

I love the sweet sounds : song by
Bishop. 634.

I love thee long. v. I '11 love thee long.

I love thee so : song by J. Gamble.
476, 497.

adapted f r. opera by P. von Winter.



397.

I love to be good ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
I love to be merry : catch by S. Webbe,

sen. 31.
I love to see : song by Hatton. 639.
I love truely : madrigal by T. Farthing.

126.
I love unloved : madrigal {temp. Henry

VIII.). 127.
I love young Daphne : catch (late 18th

cent.). 41.
I loved thee in thy spring-time : song

by Rodwell. 636.
I'm a beau : song by Dibdin. 604.
I'm for Tom Tiller's golden maxim :

song by Dibdin. 606.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



751



I'm jolly Dick ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 643, 645.
I'm larger than the universe ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 375.
I'm sick of love : song by W. Lawes.

473, 477.
I'm sorry, dear ladies: song (1789).

575.
I'm vex'd to think : song by Clark.

503, 607.
I'm what the world calls ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
I mark the cot : song by T. jMiles. 625.
I may well banu : madrigal {temp.

Elizabeth). 139.
I met four chaps : song arranged by

Haydn. 618.
I must complain: song (after 1614).

467.
I must depart all hapless, v. Deggo io

dunque.
"I Naviganti." v. Amanti, che dite;

Sciolto avevan.
" I nemici generosi " : farce by Cima-

rosa. 317.
I nurse estates ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
I often dream : song by Balfe. 638,
" I often for Jenny strove." v. "Prying-
pan pudding."
I once was free : song by J. Courtcville.

487.
I only tell you this : song by — King.

483.
I pass all my hours : song [by P. Hum-

frey]. 479.
I pill candidi gigli : madrigal [by Gio-

vanelli]. 145.
I plunged am, poor wretch : madrigal

by Cobbold. 149.
I, poor and well : catch by Hilton. 35.
I pray daily their x^ains to assuage :

madrigal (1501). 124.
I pray you, good mother : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 36.
I prithee, come stay ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
I prithee, keep my sheep : duet by

Laniere. 55.
I prithee, send me back : trio by H.

Lawes. 653.
I prithee, sweet, to me be kind : song

by H. Lawes. 493.
"I Puritani di Scozia": opera by

Bellini. 444. v. also A te, o cara.
"I riti d' Efeso." v. Al mio dolce e

vivo ardore.
I sail'd in a tight little schooner ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 375.
I sail'd in the Terrible frigate ; fr. opera

by Dibdin. 376.
I sang sometime my thoughts : madri-
gal by Wilbye. 185.
I sang sometime the freedom of my

fancy, v. Cantai gia.



song by J.



by



I saw a country lass

Gamble. 476, 497.
I saw a love : song by Balfe. 637.
I saw and was undone : madrigal

Morales. 171.
I saw fair Chloris : song by Hilton.

477.
I saw her in childhood ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 426.
I saw my lady weeping: madrigal by

A. Ferrabosco [sen.]. 141, 152, 185.
I saw my lovely Phyllis : madrigal by

Morley. 174 (31413, f. 53).
I saw myself on ship-board : song by J.

Gamble. 497.
I saw not love : madrigal (after 1611).

147.
I saw thee weep : song arranged by

Hummel. 631, 633.

song by Lodge-Ellerton. 627.

I say, my heart ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
I scorn the chilling wind : glee by

Callcott. 105, 106.
I see, she flies mo ; fr. opera by H.

Purcell. 248.
I see the flowers : song arranged bv

Hummel. 628, 631, 633 (32189,

f. 111b).
I seek no more : song by Clark. 607.
I shiver, I shake ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
I should for grief : madrigal by Morley.

169 (2:3625, f. 66b).
I show you ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 645.
I sigh : madrigal (after 1597). 132.
I sigh and lament : song (late 18th

cent.). 597.

song arranged by Haydn. 617.

I sing of a war ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

377.
I sing Ulysses ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

376.
I sit by the mossy fount ; fr. opera

(1799). 323.
I swear, liadst thou not been forsworn.

V. Why should'st thou swear.
I that once was a ploughman ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 646.
I that sometime : madrigal (after 1613).

150.
I think of thee : song by Hatton. 639.
I think surely, v. Madam Defrayne.
I think that if tlie hills : madrigal by

A. Ferrabosco. 141.
I think the frog a jolly dog : glee by T.

Miles. 115.
I thought I'd vanquish'd mighty love :

song bv Thibaut, King of Navarre.

571.
I thought that love : madrigal by Byrd.

169 (23620, f.71).
I thought we were fiddle ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 376.



752



INDEX I.



"I traci amauti " : opera by Cimarosa.

V. Ha un' occhio ; In si tetra piaggia ;

Lena bella.
I travers'd Judah's barren sand : song

(late 18th cent.). 597.
"I tre mariti " : opera by Mosca. 400.
I tremble to think ; fr. opera [by Ar-
nold]. 323.
I vaghi fiori : madrigal by Palestrina.-

159, 174.
I've a poor little, weak little heart :

song by Bishop. 634.
I've enough for myself : song by Hook.

620.
"I've forgot' the name ou't" (18th

cent.). 201 (220).
I've known what 'tis ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
I've lost my mistress : catch by Greene.

37.
I've oftentimes thought ; fr. table en-
tertainment by Dibdin. 646.
I've seen the smiling of fortune : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 601, 603

(35278, ff. 9, 17, 25).
I've serv'd my king ; fr. opera by Dib-
din. 375.
I've taught all the bastards : song by S.

Wesley. 623.
I wander up and down : madrigal by J.

Benuet. 174 (31442, f. 4b), 181.
"I was a bonnie lad": Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207.
I was born of royal race ; fr. opera [by

M. A. Buononcini]. 281.
I was full near my fall. v. Fui vicino.
I was much afraid, v. Flatt'ring lovers.
I was not wearier : song (after 1669 ?).

477.
I was, yet I will not. v. Complain I

may.
I went to sea ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 647.
I will go die. v. lo moriro d' amore.
" I will have a wife " (18th cent.). 199

(15).
I will no more enamoured be : words of

song by R. Watkins. 479.
I will no more my sighing slack :

madrigal [by Morley]. 144.
I will not marry yet : song by Hook.

620.
I will not say : madrigal (after 161.3).

150.
I will soon be married, v. How many

lovers.
I winna marry ony man : song (late

18th cent.). 596.
I wish my love were in a mire. v.

Again rejoicing.
I wish no more : song by Laniere [or —

Warner]. 475, 493.

trio by [W.] Webb. 651.

I wiss, yet will I not complain, v.

Complain I may.



"I wonder at it" (18th cent.). 202

(352).
I wot not where, v. But why am I so

abused.
"I would, but I cannot" (18th cent.).

202 (321).
"I would, but I dare not " (18th cent.).

201 (256).
I would not let you ; f r. opera by Dib-
din. 375.
I would the god of love would die : song

by W. Lawes. 473.
I would thou wert not fair : song (1630).

471.
I'ze ga with thee. v. I'll go.
"I Zingari in fiera " : opera by Pai-

siello. 363.
lanthe the lovely : song by [J.] Bar-
rett. 505.
Ibis Liburnis : motet by J. Fries and

H. Textor. 197.
" Ibrahim XII." i;. Fly from my sight.
[ Ich bin der erste Buffo ; fr. opera by

W. A. Mozart, jun. 394.
1 Ich empfinde fast ein Grauen : song [by

H. Albert]. 472.
' Ich empfiude gar ein Grauen : song by

H. Albert. 472.
Ich hoffe was : song (1711). 508.
Ich mochte wohl der Kaiser sein : song

by Mozart. 599.
Ich reit' ins finst're Land hinein :

song by Staudigl. 641.
Ich sah sie heut' : song by Beethoven.

573.
Ich ward zu Wien : song by Hummel (?).

632.
Ich weiss eine Farbe : song by Beet-
hoven. 573.
Ici finit touto indulgence : song (after

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

f.82).
Ici git cet illustre cuistre : song (after

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

f.l64).
Ici I'ombre des ormeaux. v. La disette

des chapeaux.
Ici-dessous git Mazarin : song (after

1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330,

f. 208b).
" Idaspe " : fragment of opera by Man-

cini. .308. v. also Empia stella ;

Ritorna gia ; Vi fara pugnando strada.
"Idens Nacht-gesang." v. Vernimm

es Nacht.
Idol mio, che fiero istante ; f r. opera

by Galuppi. 259.
Idol mio, nel caso amaro ; fr. opera by

Latilla. 266.
Idol mio, non posso ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 344.
Idol mio pietoso ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.

872.
Idol mio, se piu non vivi ; fr. opera by

Sacchini. 328.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



753



Idolatra d' un volto : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
Idolatrata: song by Porpora. 510,581.
Idolo mio crudel : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 36b).
Idolo mio, si fortemente : song by T.

di Mauro. 512.
Idolo mio vezzoso ; fr. opera by —

Doni. 283.
"Idomenee": portions of the opera

[by Campra]. 267.
" Idomeneo " : opera by Mozart. 354.
If a body. v. Giu a body.
If a man does his duty : song by

Hattou. 639.
If all be true as women say: canon

(1667). 3, 7, 10.
If all be true that I do think : catch

by H. Purcell. 28, 29, 37 (31462,

f. 17), 38, 42.
If all true friends : catch by Aldrich.

27.
If any so wise is : catch by W. Child.

30, 37.
If aught of oaten stop or pastoral song :

ode by Callcott. 218.

glee by W. Linley. 116.

If beauty be a treasure : madrigal [by

Weelkes]. 183.
If care cause men to cry : part-song

(early 17th cent.). 451.
If care do cause, v. If care cause.
If ever a sailor ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 645.
If ever I more riches did desire : can-
tata by H. Purcell. 14.
If floods of tears : part-song (early 17th

cent.). 451.
If gold could wasted life restore : glee

by Baildon. 105.
If great renown, v. Eliza fair.
If happily ye wish to live : glee by

Callcott. 105.
If I be wanton : madrigal {temp. Eliza-
beth). 138.
If I could shut the gate : song [by

J. Daniel]. 468.
If I die, be this my will : song by

.J. Wilson. 475.
If I freely may discover : song (1615-

1626). 469.
If I had wit : madrigal {temp. Henry

VIII., etc.). 123, 126.
If I love : duet by W. Jackson of Exeter.

75.
If I were a fairy : song by Bishop.

634.
If I were a king ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
If, in fighting foolish systems : glee by

S. Wesley. 116.
If in that breast : glee by Stevens.

103.
If in thy heart thou nourish : madrigal

by Byrd. 159, 169 (23626, f. 103).

II



If it be love : madrigal by Hilton. 191

(31419, f. 22b).
If, lady, thou art still awake : cantata

by Costa. 23.
If love and all the world : glee by S.

Webbe, sen. 99, 102.
If love be just. v. From Citheron.
If love love truth : trio by Campion.

653.
If love now reigned : madrigal by

Henry VIII. 126.
If my complaints: madrigal [by J.

Dowlaud]. 132.

song [adapted from J. Dowland].

150, 468, 471.

If my mistress fix her eye : trio by H.

Lawes. 652.
If o'er the cruel tyrant ; fr. opera [by

T. A. Arne]. 281.
If Phebus' storms : madrigal [? by J. T.

Gerarde]. 133.
If silent, then grief torments me :

madrigal by A. Ferrabosco. 151.
If that I, for thy sweet sake : song by

Hilton. 474.
If that 's all you want ; fr. opera (1799).

323.
If the deep sighs : madrigal by J. Ward.

153.
If the glasses : glee (late 18th cent.).

107.
If the good old maxim 's true ; fr.

table entertainment by Dibdin. 644.
If the weather is foul; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
If thou wilt love me : song (1656-1659).

475.
If thy deceitful looks : madrigal by

Weelkes. 184.
If 'tis joy : glee by [B.] Cooke. 104, 108.
If wayward grief ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375, 376.
If, when at noon : song by W. or H.

Lawes. 477.
If, when I die : song (after 1669 ?). 477.
If, when I sobb'd ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

874.
If, when the sun. v. If, when at noon.
If you a wrinkle on the sea have seen :

song by W. Lawes. 473.
If you can find a heart : trio by H.

Lawes. 653.
If you '11 only just promise ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 647.
If you will drink canary : catch by

W. Lawes. 26.
If you will drink for pleasure : catch by

Hilton. 26.
" Ifigenia in Aulide " : opera by

Cherubini. v. Che ascoltai.

opera [by K.H.Graun]. t;.Sedopo.

opera by Jommelli. 302.

opera by I. Pleyel. v. Giusti dei.

opera by Traetta. 332. v. also



Ah, mi palesa.



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INDEX I.



" Ifigenia in Tauride": part of opera

by Porpora. 262.

opera by Tarchi. v. Nel lasciarti.

Ignoto dolore ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 2.35.
Ihr allein. v. And still to her charms.
Ihr, angenehmsten Westen-wiude :

song (1711). 509.
Ihr, der Weisheit achter Sohue : song

by Gilrrlich. 598.
Ihr, guten lieben Leute ; fr. opera by

W. Miiller. 311.
Ik ben zoo nauw bedwongen : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
Ik treure : madrigal (16th cent.). 128.
Ik weet een molenarin : madrigal (16th

cent.). 128.
Ik weet een vrouwken : madrigal (16th

cent.). 129.
II a conquis : song (after 1744, etc.).

539, 557 (King's 333, f.Gb).
II a toujours de biaux Monsieurs :

song (after 1744). 556.
" II bacio " (?) : opera by Vento. v.

Quando vi sara.
"II barbiere di Siviglia " : opera by

Paisiello. 356. v. also Ah, Rosina ;

La calunuia ; Lode al ciel.
" II borgoniastro di Saardam." v. Senza

tanti complimenti.
"II bravo": opera by Mercadantc.

435.
" II califo di Bagdad." v. " Adina."
II capo levi. v. Col seno pien di rose.
II caro ben perdei ; fr. opera [by

Sacchini]. 361, 363, 365.
II caso mio : song by Pergolesi. 512,

524.
II chiaro volto al cielo ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
" II cicisbeo." v. Se sapessi.
"II Cinese in Italia": opera by P.

Bianchi. 312.
" II colonello " : opera by Ricci. 423.
" II conclave del 1774 " : words of opera

by Piccinni. 252.
II confine della vita ; fr. opera by

Handel. 347.
" II conte di Saldagna." v. Sol m'

affanna.
"II convito d' Alessandro." v. "Alex-
ander's feast."
"II convito di Massimo": opera by

Cimarosa. 305, 306. v. also Amore

mio bellissimo.
II cor che 1' una e 1' altra ragion seute.

V. Per un' alma gentil.
" II corrivo." v. Cos! resta.
II court un grand bruit . . . des vers :

song (after 1744, etc.). 533, 557

(King's 331, f.3.3b).
II court un grand bruit . . . que I'esprit :

song (after 1744, etc.). 530, 557

(King's 330, f.92b).
"II credulo deluso": farce by Cima-



rosa. 307. V. also Diro, diro ; Siente

torca.
" II crociato in Egitto " : opera by

Meyerbeer. 412.
II crudo amore : trio by Reggio. 650.
II destin ver noi clemente. v. " Carlo

re d' Allemagua."
II di che pria dei vostri occhi : madrigal

by I. Alberti. 129.
II di s' appressa : madrigal by C. di

Rore. 154.
"II disperato." v. Bei prati.
II dolor che t' affligge : song (18th cent.).

585.
" II duello." V. " I nemici generosi."
II est avis au petit Gesvres : song (after

1744). 529.
II est dans notre voisinage ; fr. opera

[? by Mouret]. 275.
II est done vrai, Lucile : song (1760).

567.

song (after 1794). 577.

song by J. J. Rousseau. 570.

II est encore au monde : song (after

1744, etc.). 651, 557.
II est parti, le Seigneur Jules : song

(after 1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's

330, f. 126b).
II est pris : song (after 1744, eic). 544,

557 (King's 334, f. 98b).
II est tout mou reconfort : song (after

1744). 557 (King's 337, ff. 104, 184b).
II est venu dans cotte ville : song (1728).

523.
II est vrai que pour mes appas : song

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



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