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336, f. 112).
II 6tait dans les destinees : song (after

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

f.l61).
II 6tait un petit bonhomme. v. Jean,

pret d'epouser Marie.
II 6tait une fillette : madrigal by Canis.

176.
II fait bou aimer I'oiselet : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
II fait bon ecouter. v. II fait bon

aimer.
II fait tout ce qu'il defend. v. " Le

cap de bonne esp^rance " ; etc.
"II fanatico burlato." v. Dove son?

Di gelo resto ; Tutto pien di rive-

renze.
"II fanatico in berlina " : opera by

Paisiello. 357.
II far ben all' amore : song (beg. 19th

cent.). 609.
II faut aimer ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
II faut aujourd'hui que ma muse :

song (after 1744, etc.). 542, 557

(King's 334, f. 8). v. also Le parle-

ment est a Pontoise.
II faut I'envoyer a I'^cole. v. bien-

heureux Monsieur Paris.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



755



II faut, quand on aime : duet (1760). 71.

song (same air — 18th cent.). 592.

11 faut que je file. v. Malgre toute la

defense.
II faut que tout seconde ; fr. opera

[? by J. J. Rousseau]. 291.
II faut renoncer : song (after 1744).

533.
n faut suivre la mode : song (after

1744). 548.
II faut sur un ton lamentable : song

(after 1744). 544.
II faut vous faire part : song (after

1744). 551.
II fiero destin : song (beg. 19th cent.).

609, 612.
II figlio tuo ; fr. opera by [? J. C] Bach.

296.
" II filosofo " : part of opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 287-8.
"II filosofo di campagna": opera by

Galuppi. 295.
" II finto innamorato." v. Tu non mi

ascolta.
"II frate innamorato": opera by Per-

golesi. 280.
II fuoco che io sentiva : madrigal [? by

J. T. Gerarde]. 133.
II furfantel d' amore ; fr. opera bv

Latilla. 285.
II furioso neir isola di San Domingo :

opera by Donizetti. 436.
"II geloso." V. Ah, perche nel nascer ;

Io non so se tu ; Non colpa il tuo

sembiante.
"II geloso in cimento " ; opera by

Anfossi. 382.
II gelsomino : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f.9).
" II genio." V. Irene, idol mio.
II genio di Mitilde : song by Scarlatti.

514.
" II giocatore sfortunato." v. Scelerata

fortuna.
"II girello": opera by G. Melani.

327.
II gran desio (?) : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 122.
II guarracino : song (18th-19th cent.).

608.
II r aura. v. Courons aux armes.
II ladro che alia strada : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
"II maestro di cappella." v. Quegli

che par si bello.
"II maestro di musica." v. Maestro

bello.
II maestro m' insegna do re : canon

(19th cent.). 12.
II maggior dei miei mali : song by

Marcello. 526.
II mal che soffro : song (early 19th

cent.). 610.
II mar delle mie pene ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 335.



"II Marchese." v. " Sganarello."
"II marchese nell' imbarazzo." v.

"La principessa in campagna."
"II mare." v. Incostante.
"II matrimonio segreto": opera by

Cimarosa. 312 (2), 372 (introduc-
tion). V. also Deh, lasciate ; Io ti

lascio, perche ; Le faccio un inchino ;

Pria che spunti ; Quanto e dolce in

sul mattino ; Se fiato in corpo ;

Signor, deh, concedete.
II me ressouvient : song (after 1744,

etc.). 536, 557 (King's 332, f. 23).
II me souvient. v. II me ressouvient.
" II medico di Lucca " : farce by Naso-

lini. 354.
" II mercante innamorato." v. A dar

pace.
II merluzzo, il salmone : canon by Borri.

12.
II mio ben quando verra ; fr. opera [by

Paisiello]. 315.
II mio ben sta a dormire ; fr. opera

(late 18th cent.). 365.
II mio caro amato sposo ; fr. opera [? by

Hummel]. 319.
II mio cor, ch' e gia per te : song (18th

cent.). 585.
II mio cor, che sta in catene : song by

Superani. 506.
II mio cor, chi 1' ha : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
II mio cor fu scmpre mio : song by G.

[B.] Buononcini. 589.
II mio cor, gli affetti miei ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 365.
II mio cor nei suoi dubii : song (1721).

513.
II mio cor non e piu mio : song (17th-

18th cent.). 499.
II mio cor sempre costante : song (1704-

1707). 505.
II mio fedele ; fr. opera by K. H. Graun.

288.
II mio seno : dviet by Steffani. 77.
II mio timore ; fr. opera by — Doni.

282.
II momento, mia bella : song (beg. 19th

cent.). 609.
" II mondo arniato." v. Sopra cocchio.
"II mondo della luna": opera by Ga-
luppi. V. Se gli uomini.

opera by Haydn. 448.

" II musico ignorante." v. Do re mi

fa sol la.
II n'est pas d'insensible cceur : song

(after 1737). 525.
II n'est pas des plaisirs v^ritables :

duet (1615-1618). 53.
II n'est pas trop determine : song (after

1744, etc.). 530, 557 (King's 330,

f.83).
II n'est plus de capitaine : song (after

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

f. 54b).

3 c 2



756



INDEX I.



U n'est si douce vie : madrigal (16th

cent.). 134.
II n'est vivant : madrigal (1st half of

16th cent.). 127.
II n'y a ici celui : madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 123.
II ne parait rien : song (after 1744, eic).

534, 557 (King's 381, f. 125b).
"II nido degli Amori." v. Se ti basta.
II nocchier che si figura ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 270.
" II nome indovinato." v. Voi vorreste

il nome amato.
II nume d' amore : duet by G. [B. ?]

Buononcini. 60.
" II nuovo Figaro " : opera by Ricci. 420.
"II pastor fido": opera by Handel.

330. V. also Cangia il fine ; Caro, ti

dono ; Si, rivedr6.

opera (?), byReggio. v. misera

Dorinda.

II pastor, se torna ; fr. opera (18th
cent.). 341.

fr. opera by Porpora. 340.

" II pazzo innamorato." v. Tu mi riduci

in cenere.
"II pazzo per forza." v. Se quel cor,

mia vita.
"II pellegrino." v. Giro e rigiro.
"II Penseroso." i;. Come and trip it

as you go.
II pensiero : song by F. Amadei. 508.
"II pianto delle muse." ■!?. Ahi, qual

destin.
" II pirata " : opera by Bellini. 444.
II piu bel del ruscelletto : song by Beu-

nati. 563.
II piu tenero affetto : song (1st half of

18th cent.). 559.

" II poeta spiantato." v. Musa, tu vuoi.

"II prigionier fortunate": opera by

Scarlatti. 233, 234. v. also Cangia

il cielo ; Con lusinghe ; Del caro mio

tesoro (?) ; Povera pellegrina.

"II priucipato custodito dalla fraude."

V. " Partenope " ; by Vinci.
"II ratto di Proserpina": opera by
Lord Burghersh. 432.

opera by P. von Winter. 399.

•'II re alia caccia." v. Diro quanto

vorra ; Milordiuo ; Se di grazie.
"11 re Teodoro inVenezia": opera by

PaisieUo. 355.
II revient done, ce h6ros : song (after

1726). 520.
II rio dal mar si parte : song by Orlan-

dini. 528.
II rosignuolo, se scioglie il volo : song

by Scarlatti. 515.
II s' en va, 1' infidele : song (16th cent.).

466.
"II sacrifizio d' Ifigenia." v. " Ifigenia

in Aulide" ; by Cherubini.
"II sacrifizio interrotto" : opera by P.
von Winter. - 359.



II sangue appena : madrigal [? by Via-

dana]. 143.
"II segreto " : farce by J. S. Mayr. 320.
"II semplicetto Aliso." v. Nel suo bel

prato.
"II servo Padrone" (?) : opera by Pic-

cinni. 358.
"II signor Don Polifonte " ; fr. opera

by Piccinni. 349.
" 11 Socrate immaginario " : opera [? by

G. Rusti]. 359.
"II soldato poltrone." v. Ola, chi mi

risveglia.
II sospirato ben; fr. opera (18th cent.).

342.
II sospiro : song by Scarlatti. 589.
II tacer; fr. opera (?), by A. Melani.

236.
"II talismano." v. "The talisman."
II tempo mai non perde : song (17th-

18th cent.). 500.
II tempo piu non e : song [? by Ziani] .

482.
"II torneo " : opera by Lord Burghersh.

418.
"II tricerbero umiliato " ; fr. opera by

Handel. 296.
"II trionfo d'Arsace": opera by An-

dreozzi. 317.
"II trionfo dell'onore": opera by

Scarlatti. 250.
"II trionfo di CamiUa": opera bv
Buononcini. 240 (2), 338. v. also
Aged Phyllis ; Ah, never yet ; Frail
are a lover's hopes ; I was born of
royal race ; In vain I fly ; Love and
ambition ; The floods ; Yes, yes ! Tis
all.

opera by Porpora. 294.

II trono, il regno ; fr. opera by Hasse.

287.
"II trovatore " : opera by Verdi. 450.
II tuo destine ; fr. opera by Portogallo.

355, 383.
II tuo pianto. v. "Ciro" ; by A. Scar-
latti.
"II tutorc e la pupilla." v. L' amor

mio, Ninctta.
II vago augellino : duet by J. G. Nau-

manu. 84.
"II vanesio." v. Non v' e nella terra-

quea mole.
"II vello d'oro": opera by Pescetti.

265.
II vermiglio della rosa : song by —
; Murray. 611.
II (?) veut prendre : madrigal (early

15th cent.). 120.
II vezzoso tuo sembiante : song by Por-
pora. 581.
"II viaggiator ridicolo " : opera by
Hummel. 318. v. also Ci mancava
la madama ; Se m' accesi ; Sento che
in petto ; Spiritelli, che intorno vo-
late ; Sulle sponde del torbido Lete.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



757



II vin m' ha dato in testa : canon (19th

cent.). 11.
II vostro splendore : song by L. Rossi.

491.
Ill-fated Carthage : glee by Stevens.

103.
" Illusion." V. " Nourjahad."
Illustre il sangue mio. ik "Carlo re

d'Allemagna."
Illustrious day : ode by Blow. 210.
lis ne seront done point pendus. v.

Saint Germain.
lis sont a bas, les pauvres Moliuistes :

song (after 1744, etc.). 535, 557

(King's 331, f.l38b).
lis sont chus. V. De uotre regence ;

Le due de La Force ; etc.
lis sont partis : song (after 1744). 529.
Im Arm' der Liebe : song by Beethoven.

573.
" Im Herbste." v. Feld-einwarts flog

ein Vogeleiu.
Im Wald, im liellen Sonnenschein :

part-song by Gade. 456.
" Imeneo e Venere " : opera by Galuppi.

343.
Immerhin, aus dem Sinn' : song (1711).

508.
Immortal harmony : ode by T. S. Du-

puis. 218, 219.
Immortal love : duet by R. Clack. 82.
Immortal Phcebus, hear : song (after

1740). 528.
" Imogen." v. Ye scovyling shades.
Impallidisce in campo ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 286.
Impara a non dar fede : song by [? G.

B.] Buononcini. 509, 561.
Impiaga pur mio caro : song by —

Ferdinando. 501.
Importuna che sei : madrigal by A.

della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 59).
Importuna grandezza. v. Quanto mai

felici.
Impromptu goguenard : song (after

1744). 553.
Impudique De Prie : song (after 1744,

etc.). 548, 557 (King's 336, f. 5b).
In a damp and dreary cellar : song by

Hatton. 640.
In a dark, shady cypress-grove : song

(1681). 483.
In a deep vision's : cantata by H.

Purcell. 14.
In a garden t' other day : song by C.

Bassano. 505.
In a glorious garden, v. This gentle

day.
In a lovely bow'r one day : glee by

Bishop. 118.
In a soft vision : song by Lock. 493.
In airy dreams : glee (1775-1822). 102.
In amar, deh, lasci il piangerc : song

by A. Melani. 513.
In amarti : duet by Steffani. 70, 76.



In amor chi mai : duet by Asioli. 74.

can(5n by Metastasio. 8.

In amor chi vuol godere : duet by

Steffani. 76.
In amor si vuol costanza : song by G.

Galavotti. 515.
In amore hsec omnia insunt vitia :

canon by Travers. 6.
In amorosi ardori : song by Scarlatti.

588.
In an evening late : madrigal [by M.

Este]. 146.
In angel's weeds : madrigal (after 1613).

150.
In April, when primroses : duet ar-
ranged by I. Pleyel. 87 (35278, f. 2 ;

etc.).
In awful pause : glee by Callcott. 100.
In baize orrende : canon by Borri. 12.
In bel seno : song by Reggio. 486.
In braccio ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

271.
In carcere penoso : duet by Tinnazzoli.

62, 79.
In care and sorrow : glee (1771-1803).

100.
In chains of hope and fear : madrigal

by Marenzio. 152.
In che t' offende ; fr. opera by Hasse.

342.
In corona, v. Mortale, che peusi.
In Crete, when Dajdalus : madrigal

{tcnq}. Elizabeth). 138.
In deep distress : madrigal by J. Mundy.

162.
In derry-down dale : song (1789). 574.
In dew of roses : madrigal [by ]\Iorley].

144.
In distant clime : song by Bishop.

634.
In drinking full bumpers : catch by

Clark. 28, 37 (31462, f. 14b), 39, 46.
In due luci : song by G. [B.] Buonon-
cini. 582.
In due vaghe pupille : song by Scar-
latti. 524, 585.
In envy of the night ; fr. opera by

W. Lawes. 226.
In erma ripa : song (late 17th cent.).

495.
In ev'ry place, v. Ogni loco.
In ev'ry state : duet (15th-16th cent.).

52.
In fields abroad : madrigal [by Byrd].

129, 144, 148, 150.
In flow'r of April : madrigal by A.

Ferrabosco [? sen.]. 144, 177, 186.
In forma quasi tra il vegliare : madrigal

(15th-16th cent.). 121.
In fountain clear : madrigal (after

1611). 147.
In gaudy courts : song (late 18th cent.).

597.
In gentle slumbers ; song by S. Wesley.

572.



758



INDEX I.



In giorno si bello : trio by Rossini.

659.
In gliding measure; fi. ode by Dibdin.

219.
In going to my naked bed : madrigal

[? by R. Edwards]. 132.
In good King Charles' golden days :

song (1789). 574.
In gut - gesinnter Freunde - Kreise :

quartet [? by Hummel]. 459.
In life's gay scenes : song [by Callcott].

574.
In lonely room : song by Hatton. 639.
In love, if love be love : song by Balfe.

638.
In love where is denying : madrigal

(after 1611). 147.
In love with you : song (two settings,

after 1669?). 478.
In lusty May. v. Alone walking.
In many a strain of grief and joy :

song by Lodge-Ellerton. 628.
In mar di tanti affanni ; fr. opera by

Bernasconi. 271.
In May, that lusty season : round by

T. Farthing. 26.
In merce del pianto : song by Benuati.

563.
In mezzo a tanti affanni ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 293, 368.
In mills dolci modi ; fr. opera by

Handel. 269.
In mischief; fr. opera by H. Purcell.

246.
In my sad thoughts : trio by L. Hode-

monte. 652.
In nets of golden wires : madrigal by

Morley. 169 (23625, f. 63b).
In noi la gioja. v. Alfin le nevi.
In ogni parte, v. Or che la notte

ognor.
In pace si dedero. v. Que vous,

madame.
In paper case : glee by [B.] Cooke.

102.
In Paris, as in London ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
In pietate. v. Spesso amor sotto.
In pity let the poor Marcellis die :

song by C. Bassano. 505.
In pride of May : madrigal by Weelkes.

190.
In qual parte : madrigal by I. Alberti.

130.

madrigal by F. di IMonte. 185.

In quel felice giorno ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 344.
In quel labbro ; fr. opera by Paradies.

335.
In quel sol che in grembo al Tago :

trio by Marcello. 654 (2). i

In quel sol che trabocca : duet by Mar- !

cello. 73, 79, 83 (32673, f. 10). [

In quel volto ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

277. i



In quelle luci : duet by M. A. Buonon-

cini. 65.
In questa amena sponda : song by Perti.

512.
In questa querela : duet by J. A. Nau-

mann. 90.
In questa verde riva : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 13).
In questa vita ; canon by G. Mario,

Marchese (?) di Candia. 11.
In queste amene selve : song by Astorga.

591.
In queste selve : madrigal by Dentice.

155.
In qucsto core piu va crescendo : song

bj Astorga. 509, 585.

fr. opera by M. A. Valentini. 327.

In questo duro esilio : trio (early 18th

cent.). 651.
In questo momento ; fr. opera by Du-

tiglieu. 384.
In radiant splendour : song by S. Wes-
ley. 623, 636.
In secret pining: glee by W. Linley.

111.
In si duro martire : duet by Durante (?).

94.
In si misero stato. v. Lungi dall' idol

mio.
In si tetra piaggia ; fr. opera by Cima-

rosa. 381.
In singolar tenzone : song by Pergolesi.

523.
In soguo mi pareva : madrigal by Clari.

157 (2), 158, 177, 180.
In solitario scoglio : duet by P. Gugli-

elmi. 75.
In some kind dream : duet by H. Pur-
cell. 56.
In sprightly notes ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

374.
In storms : song by Hook. 573.
In sua man ; fr. opera by Ariosti. 382.
In sul mattin d' Aprile : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 106b).
In suUa piaggia : song (1st quarter of

18th cent.). 514.
In sulla verde riva : song by B. Saba-

dini. 490.
In summer calmly gliding : part-song

by Hatton. 456.
In summer, when the hay was mawn :

song arranged by Kozeluch. 601, 603

(.35278, ff.5, 14, 2-3).
In summer, when the leaves were

green : song (1789). 575.
In summer's cool shade ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
In te spero, o sposo ; fr. opera (1805).

392.
In that garden be flowers, v. This

gentle day.
In that north aisle : song (1789). 575.
In the days that are faded : song by T.

Miles. 625.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



759



"In the fields, in frost and snow " (18th

cent.). 200 (160).
In the garb of old Gaul : song (late 18th

cent.). 596.
In the lonely vale of streams : glee by

Callcott. 110.
In the merry month of May : glee by

B. Cooke. 99.

madrigal [by M. Este]. 146, 171.

part-song by Hatton. 456.

• madrigal by R. Nicholson. 139.

In the nonage of a winter's day : trio

by H. Lawes. 652.
In thee each joy ; fr. opera, adapted by

Bishop. 398.
In thee I bear so dear a part : song by

Haydn. 572.
In these deep solitudes : glee (1785). 102.
In these delightful, pleasant groves ; fr.

opera by H. Purcell. 243. v. also

"The Libertine."
In these delightful solitudes : glee by

Callcott. 105.
In this house they are talking ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
In through the windows of my eyes :

madrigal (after 1604). 144.
In trust is hidden treason : madrigal

(after 1611). 147.
In tutti i modi : song by Bevilacqua.

610.
In un bel bosco : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
In un boschetto : madrigal by Ferretti.

185, 189.
In un lucido rio : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
In una siepe ombrosa : madrigal by

Lotti. 174, 182, 192.

trio by Marcello. 654 (2).

In vain, brisk God of love : duet by

Blow. 56, 57 (2).
In vain he seeks, v. Per divina bellezza.
In vain I call : song by J. Barnett.

629.
In vain I fly ; fr. opera [by M. A.

Buononcini]. 281.
In vain I sigh. v. In questo duro

esilio.
In vain my lyre would lightly breathe :

song by Lodge-Ellerton. 628.
In vain, poor eyes : madrigal (early

17th cent.). 138.
In vain you tell : glee (late 18th cent.).

108.

glee by F. Hutcheson. 105.

In vain you would blow up : catch by

S. Webbe [?sen.]. 31.
In war-time ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 375.
In wilderness there found I Bess :

madrigal (tefjqy. Henry VIII.). 125.
In winter, when the rain : song (late

18th cent.). 596.

song arranged by J. Barnett. 629.

song arranged by Haydn. 617.



In yon deep bed : glee by Callcott. 106.
In yonder grave a Druid lies : glee [? by

Novello]. 113-14.
In youthful years: song (after 1614).

467.
In youthly years, v. In youthful years.
Incostante elemento : song by Colonna.

488.
Indarno allor chiede. v. Voile speranza.
Indegni bricconi ; fr. opera by Cocchi.

290.
Indi per alto mar. v. Standomi un

giorno.
" Inez de Castro." v. Son felice, amato

bene ; Vorrei sprezzar.
Infedel mi credi ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

342.
Infelice, abbandonata ; fr. opera [by

Perez]. 296.
Infelice in tal momento ; fr. opera by

[P.] Guglielmi. 382.
Infelice invan mi lagno ; f r. opera by

Galuppi. 277.
lufelici mie catene : song by [A.] Adami.

563.
Infuriossi allor Tancredi : song by

Carapella. 502.
Ingannato dalla sorte ; fr. opera by

Leo. 341.
Ingenious bards ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 644.
Ingenium quondam : motet by J. Fries

and H. Textor. 197.
Ingiustissimo amor : madrigal by Festa.

163.

song by Scarlatti. 511.

Ingrate, c'est sans retour. v. Taudis

que dans le combat.

" Inkle and Yarico " : opera by Arnold.
V. A clerk I was ; A voyage o'er seas ;
Come, let us dance ; Fresh and
strong ; say, simple maid ; Re-
member when we walk'd alone ; The
Achilles ; White man.

Innamorata dolce mia fiamma ; fr.
opera by Vinci. 340.

Innocente desio: song by Magini. 508.

Innocente donzelletta ; fr. opera [by
Hummel]. 319.

Innocente il mio core : song by Porpora.
584.

Inquieto mio cor: duet by Steffani.
70, 76, 89.

Insensibile all' affetto : song by — Di-
letta. 576.

Inspir'd by so grateful a duty ; fr. table
entertainment by Dibdin. 647.

Inspire us, genius of the day : ode by
[J.] Eccles. 216, 454 and 656 (part-
song or trio).

Instant let yonder youth : glee by
Stevens. 100.

Intenerite voi, lagrime : song by Reg-
gio. 486.

madrigal by Scarlatti. 165.



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INDEX I.



Interrotte speranze : duet by Reggio. 58.
Intorno al picciol lume : soug by G.

del Violone. 559, 587.
" Intrigue (?) " (18th ceut.). 199 (41).
Invau di sdegno s' arma : song by Man-

cini. 509.
Invida di mia pace : song by Caldara.

507.

soug by C. [F.] Cesarini. 508.

Invidioso amor : madrigal by Striggio.

160.
" Invocation to Neptuue." v. My

great endeavours ; Nor can I.
Involarmi il mio tesoro ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 345.
lo ardo : madrigal by Molinaro. 166.
lo, che dal cor di Filli : soug by Scar-
latti. 526, 584, 588.
lo, che forma celeste, v. SuU' ampia

f route,
lo, che lasciato fui : song (1st half of

18th cent.). 559.
lo, che sol conosceva : song by G. D.

Pacini. 504.
lo conosco ; fr. opera by Paisiello. 372.
locredeva: madrigal [?byFerro]. 142.
lo credo che io dormiva : madrigal by

Lorenzo [? da Fircnze]. 121.
Io d' altrui se volessi : madrigal by

Mareuzio (?). 137.
Io d' amore, o Dio, mi moro : song by

Paer. 622.
Io de riddle : soug (early 19th cent.).

606.
Io far r amore : song (18th-19th cent.).

607.
Io fui gia bianco uccell' : madrigal by

Donato da Cascina. 121.
Io gia sto ; fr. opera by Abos. 327.
Io le cavo uu bucchero : song (1695).

488 (2).
Io mene voglio audar a casa : canon

(19th cent.). 12.
Io mi parto : duet by SteEfani. 66, 70,

77, 81, 90.
Io mi rido : duet by Pietro Grua or

Steffani. 70, 77, 81 (2).
Io mi rivolgo indietro : soug by Cara-

pella. 502.
Io mi sento morir : duet by Rovetta.

56 (2), 59, 60.
Io mi son giovinetta : madrigal by

Monteverde. 167, 172.
Io mi voglio maritare ; fr. opera (?), by

Hummel. 386.
Io moriro d' amore : madrigal by Ma-

renzio. 173, 178, 183.
Io moro, io spasimo : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Io non conosco amore : duet ['? by

Vento]. 72.
Io non ho lingua : madrigal by Pales-

trina. 163.
Io non pretendo, o stelle : duet by

G. B. Martini. 71 (2).



Io non so quando e piu bella : song by

Gasparini. 563.
Io non so se amor tu sei : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Io non so se potrai : song (after 1699,

etc.). 491, 499.
Io non so se tu ; fr. opera by Palella.

289.
Io non son pero morto : madrigal by

G. de Wert. 165, 172.
Io non vi credo piu : song (17th-18th

cent.). 499.
Io non vo' teco contendere : song by

Fil. Rossi. 587.
Io non voglio. v. " Giro " ; by Scar-
latti.
Io partiro, ma il core, v, Deggo io

dunque partire.
Io pavento il tradimento : song by

Gasparini (?). 563.
Io peno e moro : canon by Borri. 12.
Io peno, io moro : canon by Colombani.

12.
Io, per nonpiangere : song (1706-1726).

506.
Io pero sempre cento, v. Gioite pur.
Io piango : madrigal (16th cent.). 136.
Io prego amor : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 122.
Io provo in mezzo al petto ; fr. opera

by Zannctti. 327.
Io provo neir alma : song by Abbate

Golonnese. 500.
Io rido, amanti : trio by Reggio. 650.
Io rivedro sovente: song (early 19th

cent.), 611.

song by L. K. Widmann. 609, 613.

Io saro sempre costante : duet (18th

cent.). 78.
Io seguir il nume arciero : song by

Leo. 564.
Io seguo ardente : madrigal (after 1604).

143.
Io seguo r orma invano : madrigal [by

Giovanelli]. 145.
Io so che trovasi Filli ; song (17th

cent.). 491.
Io son pur solo : song by [? P. S.]

Agostini. 563.
Io son pur vezzosetta : duet by Reggio.

58.
Io son si vago : madrigal by F. di

Monte. 167.
Io son tuo, donna : madrigal by Nicolo

del Proposto. 121.
Io son vecchio ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426.
Io sono in allegria : canon by Pitoni.

12.
Io sono, io son contcnta ; fr. opera by

Monteverde. 225 (30491, f. 41).
Io sono uu pellcgriu : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 121.
Io sono una ragazza ; fr. opera by

Cocchi. 290.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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lo sperai trovar riposo ; fr. opera by

Handel. 262, 339.
lo spero di goder : song (1st half of

18th cent.). 559.
lo t' uccido : song by Mauciui. 564.
lo temo di cangiar : madrigal by A.

della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 53).
lo ti disfido : madrigal by Reggio. 155.
lo ti dissi ; fr. opera by Pergolesi.

335.
lo ti lascio, e f orse ; f r. opera (?) , by

Sarri. 343.
lo ti lascio e questo addio ; fr. opera by

[J. C] Bach. 103 (adapted), 313, 382.

fr. opera by Gluck. 293.

duet by Lodge-Ellerton. 96.

lo ti lascio, o figlia; fr. opera by Ga-
luppi. 341, 344.

fr. opera by G. F. di Majo. 299.

lo ti lascio, o sposa ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 288.
lo ti lascio, perche ; fr. opera by Cima-

rosa. 306, 372.
lo ti levo; fr. opera (18th cent.). 335.
lo vado alle pene : song (1st half of

18th cent.). 559.
lo veggio in gran duolo : madrigal by

Nicolo del Proposto. 121.
lo veggio in lontananza ; fr. opera by

Lampugnani. 265.

fr. opera by G. Scarlatti. 271.

lo vi chiedo, o selve : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 509.
lo vi miro : song by A. Melaui. 490.
lo viddi giti : madrigal by IMarenzio.

180.
lo viddi in terra : madrigal by Willaert.

161.
lovivo di dolore: madrigal byRenaldi.



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