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etc.
Le prince d'Orange-Nassau : song (after

1744). 540.
Le prince de Bidache : song (after 1744,

etc.). 529, 557 (King's 331, f.94).
Le prince Eugene, au coutraire. v.

Le prince Eugene va disant.
Le prince Eugene, dit-on : song (after

1744). 538.
Le prince Eugene va disant : song

(after 1744, etc.). 542 (Eg. 816, f. 71),

557 (King's 333, f. 194b).
Le prince n'a pas pris un pont : song

(after 1726). 521.
Le printemps quelquefois ; fr. opera by

Lully. 263.
Le procureur du roi : song (after 1744).

553.
Le proverbe a grande raison : (song

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

333, f. 50).
" Le puits d'amour": opera by Balfe.

430(4), 432. V. also C'est Men ici ;

Compter sur la Constance ; Le vin,

le jeu.
Le quali ella spargeva. v. L'aura

Serena.
Le regent fuira la crapule : song (after

1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334,

f. 220).
Le retour des trois aigles. v. A notre

impatience.
"Le reve." v. Un soir, accable de

tristesse.
Le roi de France est bien puissant :

song (after 1744, etc.). 540, 557

(King's 333, f.67).



INITIAL AVORDS AND TITLES.



781



Le roi decore du grand nom : song

(after 1744). 555.
Le roi des pennons: song (after 1726).

517.

song (another setting, after 1744,

etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330, f. 109b).

Le roi dit a Fleury : song (after 1744).

551.
Le roi Jacques : song (after 1744, etc.).

531, 557 (King's 331, f. 129b).
Le roi m'a fait cocu : song (after 1744,

etc.). 548, 557 (King's 336, f. 2).
Le roi ne brille pas : song (after 1744,

etc.). 552, 557 (King's 336, f. 173).
Le roi, notre sire : song (after 1744,

etc.). 546, 557 (King's 335, f. 20).
Le roi, pour plaire a Fleury : song

(after 1744). 551. |
Le roi, qui est votremaitre : song (after

1744). 551.
" Le roi s'amuse " (?) : part of opera by

Balfe. 432.
Le roi Stanislas : song (after 1744).

553.
" Le rossignol." v. Solovee moe.
Le rossignol chante : song [by Thibaut,

King of Navarre]. 464.
Le rossignol plaisant : madrigal [? by

J. T. Gerarde]. 134.

madrigal by Lasso. 154, 185.

Le rossignol, qui par son doux ramage :

duet (1757). 67.
Le royaume est sur son declin : song

(after 1744). 556.
Le savetier: duet (1757). 69.
Le Savoyard par trabison : song (after

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

f. 191b).
Le sieur Dancourt : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 102b).
Le soin des grandeurs : song (after

1726). 518.
Le soir de la veille des rois : song (after

1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's 884,

f.34).
Le soldat d'ltalie : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 112b).
Le soleil chasse les ombres ; fr. opera

[? by Lully]. 263.
Le soleil de ma Bretagne. v. La mer

m'attend.
Le souvenir d'aimer : madrigal [? by

J. T. Gerarde]. 133.
" Le souveraiu des esprits." v. " Der

Beherrscher der Geister."
" Le systeme." v. St. Paul du trois-

i^me 6tage.
" Le temple de la paix." v. Cher ami,

que j'ainie; J'aime a voir une eau

claire ; Nous avons pleine vendange ;

Va-t-en te coucher.
Le temps qui court : madrigal by

Richafort. 160, 177.
" Le tonnelier." v. Dans un verger ;

Un tonnelier vieux.



Le tourment d'un amant ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 254.
Le traducteur Longpierre : song (after

1744). 541.
" Le trame deluse." v. Che tremore;

Nel mirar quel tuo sembiante ;

Scendi, o cara ; Veggio da quella cera.
" Le traquenard." v. L'attelage du

soleil.
Le treccie : madrigal [by Jan de Gero].

142.
" Le trictrac." v. Galants, je vais.
"Le triomphe d'Hercule" : opera [?by

L. Lully and M. Marais]. v. Amis,

je bois.

Reference to, 1693. 521.

"Le triomphe de I'amour": opera

[? by Campra]. v. Prince Wallon.
opera [by Lully]. v. Dis-moi,



cher, Cartigny ; Gassion, que le ciel

fit naitre ; La Laval ; Tout cede a

I'aniour ; Tranquilles cceurs.
" Le triomphe des sens": opera by

Mouret. v. A I'amour offrez ; De

I'amour tout subit : Enchantez mes

regards ; Je n'aime que la liberty ;

On pent bien ; Quaud Boufiers parut.
Le vaghe tue pupille : song by Scarlatti.

515, 589.
Le vaillant Due de Beaufort : song

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

330, f. 178b).
"Le Vampyr." u. " Der Vampyr";

by Lindpaiutner.
" Le vent contraire." v. "The contrary

wind."
" Le verre a la main." v. Evitez.
Le vert n'est pas espoir : song by L.

Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.
' ' Le vicende d' amore " : opera by Hum-
mel. 318, 393. V. also Innocente

donzelletta.
Le vicomte de Turenne : song (after

1726). 518.
Le vicomte dit de Louvois : song (after

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

f. 225b).
Le vin, le jeu ; fr. opera by Balfe.

427.
Le vin, le vin, le vin, le vin : song (17th

cent.). 492.
Le vin ne sert ici : song (18th cent.).

579.
"Le virtuose ridicole." v. Fra gli

scogli.
" Le voyageur." v. Heureux celui qui

chemine.
Le zitelle d' oggidi ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 235.
" Leamington " (18th cent.). 201.
Leandro, anima mia : song by Scarlatti.

505, 515.
"Learco": pasticcio by Cocchi, Giar-

dini, etc. Quel volto mi place ;

Vo' sperar.



782



INDEX I.



Leave, alas, this tormenting : madrigal

by Morley. 151, 174 (31413, f. 6Sb).
Leave me alone : madrigal (after 1618).

153.
Leave me ere it be too late. v. Un

ange.
Leave, neighbours, your work ; fr.

opera (1752?). 347 (words).
Leave now mine eyes : madrigal by

Morley. 169 (23G25, f. 59b).
Leave off, sad Philomel : madrigal by

Hilton. 191 (81419, f. 10).
Leb' wohl, mein Herz : song by Lodge-

Ellerton. 628.
Led by the muse : glee by Callcott.

106.
Leggi osserva ; fr. opera by Capranica.

271.
Leggiadra pastorella : madrigal by

I. Alberti. 129.
Leggiadre ninfe : madrigal (a 3 and a 6)

by Marenzio. 178.
Leggiadri occhi sereni : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 110b).
Leggiadrissima Clori : song (1738?).

526.
Leggiadrissima eterua primavera :

madrigal by Marenzio. 179.
Leggiadro mio pastor : madrigal by

Colombi. 165, 168.
Leggo negi' occhi tuoi : song by

Porpora. 528.
Lego questo mio core : madrigal [by

G. M. Naniui]. 174.
Lena bella ; fr. opera by Cimarosa. 881.
Lend me, you lovers ; fr. opera by

Giles [Peperel ?]. 225.
Leon piagato a morte ; fr.

Conforti. 298.

fr. opera by Pergolesi.

fr. opera by Sacchini.

" Leonora " ; by Beethoven.

lio."

by J. F. Duggan. i'. " The brides

of Venice."

"Lerela." r. Laire Ian laire.

Leri tanla leri. v. Apr^s la mort du

grand Louis.
Lerne schweigeu : canon (?) by

Beethoven. 9.
" Les alleluia." v. "Alleluia."
" Les amours des dieux." v. Non,

non, je ne suis pas.
Les b . . . . de ces lieux : song (after

1744). 529.
" Les berg^res de Maintenon." v.

C'est dans ces lieux.
" Les bergeries." v. A nos voix.
" Les billets doux." v. Aimable veuve ;

Que les yeux tendres.
" Les biribys." ;;. " Biriby."
" Les bourgeois de Chartres." v. Pour

bieu chomer la fete ; etc.
"Les Capucins." v. De tous les

Capucins.



opera by

270.
801.
r. "Fide-



Les caracteres de I'amour. v. Sans le

dieu.
" Les charivaris." r. On dit que de la

couronne ; etc.
" Les cloches." r. Luxembourg,
j Catinat, etc.
Les Colbert: song (after 1744, etc.).

534; etc.
Les compagnous d'Ignace : song (after
1744, etc.). 545, 557 (King's 334,
f. 136b).
" Les contre-vdrite." v. " Contre-

verite."
Les deux auteurs de " Marth6sie " :

song (after 1726). 521.
Les deux Moreaux ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 256.
" Les deux units " : opera adapted

from Boieldieu. 417.
" Les devots chasses de Versailles." v.

Quand je quitterai ma Climene.
" Les dons dons." v. " Don don."
Les doux plaisirs : duet (1757). 68.
"Les enfarines." v. Quand vous

seriez ; Rare exploit.
" Les ennuyeux." v. Mon pere, je

viens devant vous.
Les etats sont done a Vitre ; song

(after 1744). 544.
" Les fanatiques." v. ^a, boutons has ;

etc.
"Les fetes d'amour et de Bacchus."
V. Ah, qu'il est beau (?) ; D^esse des
appas ; La disette ; Le soleil chasse (?) ;
Paris n'est qu'un village.
"Les fetes d'Heb6 " : portions of the

opera [by Rameau]. 267.
"Les Feuillantines." v. Le cardinal
Mazarin ; Les intrigues de I'amour ;
etc.
Les filles de Montpellier : song (after

1744). 548.
"Les fleurettes." v. On voit encore

des belles.
" Les flonflon." v. Tout reconnait au
monde ; Un prelat la rende foUe ; etc.
"Les folies d'Espagne." v. Doux

ruisseaux ; Paix, Salins ; etc.
" Les formulaires." i>. La reine a dit ;
Moi, Barillon ; Pour les bloudins ; etc.
"Les fraises." v. " Le jardinier."
Les garnitures a la Candalle : song
(after 1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's
330, f. 13.3b).
" Les grimaudins." v. " Grimaudin."
"Les gueridons." v. Si la reine allait.
Les houssards: song (after 1744). 548.

V. also Je suis un chasseur.
"Les Huguenots." i\ Courons aux

armes.
" Les Indes galantes." v. Ai-je si fort
tort ; Au lieu d'un galant ; Confessez-
vous ; Un pr61at avare.
Les intrigues de 1' amour, v. Les in-
trigues de Saucourt.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



783



Les intrigues de Saucourt : song (after

1726, etc.). 519, 531, 557 (King's 330,

f. Ii7b).
Les Jaus6nistes sout tondus : song

(after 1744). 544.
Les Jesuites, gens de gout : song (after

1744). 545.
Les Jesuites, nos bons amis : song

(after 1744, etc.). 551, 557 (King's

336, f. 129).
Les jeux et les plaisirs : duet (1757). 69.
"Les jeux pythiens." v. Quoi, dans

riiiver.
^'Les lampons." v. Lampons, cama-

rades.
^' Les landerirettes." v. " Landeri-

rette."
**Les marais." v. " Le Marais."
Les maris qu'on met en chanson : song

(after 1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's

331, f. 118b).
Les marquis ne vous plaiseut pas : song

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

330, f. 199).
"■'Les Mayeux de Bretagne." v. Ah,

presidente ; L'amour me presse ; etc.
" Les mirlitons." v. " Le mirliton."
■"Les mousquetaires." v. Battez, tam-
bours ; Dav^jan se moque ; etc.
■" Les Muses." v. Je mets toute ma

gloire.
Les Noailles, ayant resolu : song (after

1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's 336,

f. 18b).
Les oiseaux vivent ; fr. opera [by Lully].

267. V. also Chez la Vienne ; St.

Pavin ; etc.
Les partisans sont aujourdhui : song

(after 1744). 538.
■" Les p61erins [de Saint Jacques]." v.

J'etious tons tristes ; Quoi ! Pour la

Touche ; etc.
■"Les pendus." v. Ecoutez le triste

recit ; Or ecoutez ; Un jour qu'il ne

faisait pas beau ; etc.
^'Les petits oiseaux." v. Cruel Bour-
bon.
Les petits peres augustius : song (after

1744, etc.). 540, 557 (King's 333,

f.53b).
"Les petits sauts de Bordeaux." v.

Vous faites bien la cruelle ; etc.
Les plaisirs les plus doux ; fr,

Lully]. 264.
Les plaisirs ont choisi ; fr.

LuUy]. 344.
Les plus rudes chaiues ; fr.

Lully. 267.
"Les poupons." v. Pendant que nous

allons.
"Les quatre fils Aymon" : opera by

Balfe. 433. v. also Les voila toutes

trois.
•"Les Rabelais." v. Vous qui de

I'^quitable Astree ; etc.



, opera [by

opera [by

opera by



" Les ramoneurs." v. Chantons une

ritournelle ; Nous allons, femmes ;

etc.
" Les Rochellais." v. Monsieur le

prevot ; Qu'on est k plaindre ; Sire,

ne soyez pas ; etc.
Les rois d'Egypte : duet (1757). 69.
"Les roquentins." v. La Desgory.
"Les sabots." v. Souvent l'amour.
"Les Saucourt." i\ Beauvais, la bor-

gnesse ; De Foix se contente ; etc.
"Les sultans." v. "La marche des

Bostangis."
Les tabourets de nos duchesses : song

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

333, f. 151b).
"Les talents lyriques." v. " Les fetes

d'H6b6."
"Les trembleurs." v. Luxembourg

croit.
"Les tricotets d'Henri IV." v. Voici

Cassandre.
"Les triolets." u. En ce paj's ; Le

bien est chez les partisans ; etc.
" Les vacances." v. En vacance.
"Les vepres siciliennes " : opera by

Verdi. 450.
Les voila, toutes trois ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 4.30.
"Les zestes." v. Beaufort est dans le

donjon ; Le cardinal de j\razarin ; etc.
Let all mankind the pleasure share ; f r.

opera by H. Purcell. 247.
Let ambition fire thy mind ; fr. masque

by Weldon. 249, 364.
Let bards with all the pow'rs of verse :

song by Hook. 616.
Let bare-footed beggars: song (1622).

470.
Let Cfesar and Urania live ; fr. ode by

H. Purcell. 210.
Let care be a stranger : song (1789).

575.
Let dogs delight to bark and bite :

part-song by T. Miles. 455.
Let 'em. i'. Let them.
Let fame sound the trumpet : song

[? by Shield]. 597.
Let fops pretend ; fr. opera by T. A.

Arne. 318.
Let fortune fail : madrigal by Byrd.

149.
Let fortune's angry tempest blow : duet

by W. Jackson of Exeter. 75.
Let gay ones and great : glee by

Baildon. 115.
Let go ! Why do you stay me : madri-
gal by J. Beunet. 174 (31442, f. 10b).
Let harmony sweetly resounding : glee

by S. Webbe, sen. 98.
Let India boast : glee by S. Webbe. 102.
Let kings for empire : glee by S. Webbe.

101.
Let Lobcock leave his wife : catch

(1762?). 30.



784



INDEX I.



Let love and wine : duet by Gorton. 61.
Let me careless : madrigal by T. Lin-
ley [sen.]. 181, 190.
Let me from noontide heats remov'd :

song by W. Jackson [of Exeter]. 622.
"Let me in." i\ O lassie, art thou

sleeping.
Let me, while on earth I live : glee by

W. Eussell. 99.
Let nature smile : ode by Clark. 223.
Let none be uncivil, v. Sit nemo

morosus.
Let not rage, thy bosom firing : glee

by [T. A.] Arne. 102, 107.
Let not thy beauty : song [by H.

Lawes]. 478.
Let not us that young nien be : madri-
gal (temj). Henry VIIL). 126.
Let other beauties : song by J. Wilson.

480.
Let others drain ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
Let poets ne'er puzzle : catch by Child.

34.
Let Rufus weep : catch [? by J. S.

Smith]. 42.
Let 's be merry and banish care : catch

by S. Webbe, sen. 36, 45.
Let 's drink and let 's sing : catch by

[W.] Hayes. 35, 40, 44, 45.
Let 's drink and sing ; fr. opera by Dib-
din. 378.
Let 's have a peal : catch [by T. Ravens-
croft]. 29, 36, 37 (31462, f. 25b), 38,

41.
Let 's have a toast : catch by Burney.

32.
Let 's imitate her notes ; fr. cantata by

Handel. 18.
Let 's live good honest lives : catch by

Purcell or Cranford. 28, 37 (31462,

f.8),38, 42.
Let 's love and let 's laugh : song by

Banister. 482.
Let search your minds : madrigal by

— Hampshire. 124.
Let soft desires : song bv T. Giordani.

570.
Let Sol his annual journeys run : glee

by Callcott. 106.
Let swabs ; f r. table entertainment bv

Dibdin. 645.
Let tenors sing : song by Hatton. 639.
Let the dreadful engines ; fr. opera by

H. Pui-cell. 247.
Let the grave fools go preach : song by

Purcell. 483.
Let the soldiers rejoice ; fr. opera by

H. Purcell. 230.
Let the tempest of war : song (1789).

575.
Let the traitors plot on : song by [? T.]

Farmer. 482.
Let the trumpet sound : song [? by J.

Reading]. 484.



Let the waiter bring clean glasses :

glee by Soaper. 108.
Let them come. v. "The libertine."
Let us be merry in our old clothes :

catch by E. Gregory. 46.
Let us dance : madrigal by W. Linley.

187.
Let us drink and be merry : catch by

Berg. 37, 46.
Let us drink to the blades entrench'd

on the Shannon : catch by H. Pur-
cell. 41.
Let us haste : song by Balfe. 637.
Let us revel ; fr. opera by J. Eccles.

244, 347.
Let us wander ; fr. opera by Loder,

422.
Let vanity adorn the marble tomb :

glee by Callcott. 106.
" Letty " : opera by Balfe. 448.
"Leucippo": opera by Hasse. 275.
Levate di qui, signer dottore : canon

by F. Arresti. 12.
Levo con la sua mano : madrigal [by

B. Pallavicino]. 131, 143.
Levommi il mio peusier : song by Zin-

garelli. 583.
"Lewie Gordon." v. send Lewie

Gordon, v. also Pent within her

prison.
" Lewis Bourge " (?) (18th cent.). 202

(361).
Liberia 's all my thought : song by [J.]

Barrett. 505.
Liberta, dolce e gradita : duet by Stef-

fani. 81.
Liberta, 1' infelice : duet by Steffani.

70, 76.
Liberta uon posso soffrir : duet by

Steffani. 77, 81.
" Liberty hall." v. Curate Ap Hugh (?) ;

Were Griddy kind ; What if my

pleasures.
Lichas un jour : song (1760). 567.
Lidia, sul tuo : song by Magini. 507.
Lidia, tu non mel credi : song by Ben-

nati. 562.
Lidio, invan mi condanni : song by

Scarlatti. 515.
Lidio mio : duet by Steffani. 66.
Lie still : catch (1762, etc.). 30, 44.
Lieblich war der Traum ; song by

Hummel. 624.
Lieta e serena : madrigal by Arcadelt.

161.
Lieta veggio la placida calma ; fr. opera

by Tritto. 327.
Liete le muse : madrigal by Rovigo.

140, 173.
Liete, placide e belle acque : song by

Scarlatti. 515.
Lieti boschi : song by Scarlatti. 515.
Lieto cosi ; fr. opera by Pergolesi. 270.
Lieto, felice : madrigal by I. Alberti.

129.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



785



Lieto festeggia : song by Pasquini.
490, 499.

Lieto non ebbi mai un giorno : madri-
gal by Festa. 163.

" Life." V. Sweetly in life.

Life is a jest : catch by Travers. .30.

glee by S. \Yesley. 116, 120.

Life is but a measure: song (1681),
apparently by [Christopher '?] Fish-
burn. 483.

Life, tell me what is the cause : madri-
gal by 0. Vecchi. 151.

Ligniere, ce fameux impie : song (after
1744, etc.). 540, 557 (King's 333,
f. 68).

Like a dog : song (1678-1682). 479.

Like as a culver : song by Greene.
527.

Like as a huntsman : song by Greene.
527.

Like as a ship : song by Greene. 526.

Like as from heav'n the dew. v. I saw
my lady weeping.

Like as the dumb solsequium : part-
song (early 17th cent.), 451.

Like as the lark : part-song (after 1662).
451.

Like Etna's dread volcano ; fr. table
entertainment by Dibdin. 646.

Like harpies vile. v. sweet deceit.

Like hermit poor : song by Laniere.
479.

Like other lubbers ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 646.

Like two proud armies : madrigal by
Weelkes. 183.

Lilies, roses, pearly dew ; fr. opera
(1762). 296.

Lilla mia : duet by Stef!ani. 76, 81,
89.

Lilla vedi : song [? by Handel]. 582.

" LiUiburlero " : tune by H. Purcell (?).
200 (122).

Liquid and wat'ry pearls, v. Liquide
perle.

Liquide perle : madrigal by Marenzio.
131, 141 (Eg. 995, no. 11), 165, 178,
185.

Lisch aus : song by Beethoven. 626.

Lisette a I'ombre : song (18th cent).
580.

Lisette est faite pour Colin : tune of
song (after 1749). 557 (King's 337,
ff. 114, 186b).

" Lisinga " (?) : opera [? by N. Paga-
nini]. 352.

"Liska." V. "The sorceress."

Liso, non paventar ; fr. opera [? by
Scarlatti]. 241-2.

Lison dormait ; fr. opera (1799). 323.

List not to sirens : madrigal [by A.
Ferrabosco]. 147, 149.

List und Neid : song (1640). 472.

Listen near to the ground : catch by
Hilton. 26.

II



Little black (?): madrigal (after 1604).

144.
Little Joe, the sailor : song by Hook.

620.
"Little May": song (fragment) by

Hatton. 639.
Little thinks the townsman's wife ;

fr. opera [by Arnold]. 323.
Live long, desire : madrigal (after 1612).

149.
"Livietta e Tracolo": intermezzo by

Pergolesi. 280.
Living let me pleasure have : glee

(1775-1822). 101.
" Llwyn onen." v. Sir Watkin.
Lo, country sports : madrigal by

Weelkes. 186.
Lo dissi per gioco : song by Scarlatti.

495.
"Lo frato innamorato." i'. "II frate

innamorato."
Lo, here another love : madrigal by

Morley. 169 (23625, f. 58).
Lo, here my heart I leave : madrigal

by Kirby. 151.
Lo, here, my heart, in keeping, v. Ecco

che io lasso.
Lo, in a vale : glee bv W. Hawes.

111.
Lo, lady, for your love : madrigal bv

Croce. 142, 145.
Lo, on yon pyramid : glee by Callcott.

105.
Lo sapete, amati rai ; fr. opera by G.

Scarlatti. 271.
Lo sapete, occhi lucenti : song by G.

[B.] Buononcini. 584.
Lo scempio : cantata (late 18th cent.).

19.
" Lo scompiglio teatrale": opera by

Lord Burghersn. 426.
Lo sdegno, il rigore : song by — Aldo-

vrandi. 491.
Lo seguitai ; fr. opera by Conforti. 289.

fr. opera by Leo. 270.

Lo, she flies : madrigal by jMorlev.

174 (31413, f. 67).
Lo so che ti spiace ; fr. opera by G.

Scarlatti. 271.
Lo spero, lo credo ; fr. opera by Galuppi.

.341.
" Lo speziale " : opera by Haydn. 447.
Lo splendor di due begli occhi : duet

(early 18th cent.). 62.
Lo sposo va a morte ; fr. opera by Hasse.

266.
Lo strale d' amore. v. Gia per lunga

stagion.
Lo strale fatale ; fr. opera [? by Boretti].

234.
Lo stranier, dov' e. r. " Fingallo."
" Lo stravagante inglese": opera by

D. Mombelli. v. Guardami in volto.
opera by Sacchini. r. Guardami



in volto.



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INDEX I.



Lo, the day's champion : glee by Bishop.

118.
Lo, the peaceful shades : part-song by

Hatton. 457.

0, to prevent this ; fr. opera l)v
Galliard. 252.

Lo where incumbent : glee by Gallcott.

105.
Lo where this silent marble weeps :

glee by Gallcott. 105.
Lob der Hiisslichkeit : chorus by

Siissmayr. 50.
Locar sovra gii abissi : madrigal by

1. Albert!. 130.

" Lochaber no more": Scotch tunc

(18th cent.). 207.
Lode agli dei ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

328.
Lode al ciel ; fr. opera by Paisiello.

363.
" Lodoiska " : opera by J. S. Mayer, v.

quanto 1' anima ; Parto ! Ti lascio,

Dio.

opera by Sacchini. c. Here we

swear.

pasticcio by Storace, etc. r.



Charms of the world ; Descend, some

warring angel ; Where is the charm.
"Lodoviska." l\ " Lodoiska."
"Logan water": Scotch tunc (18th

cent.). 207. t'. also O Logan.
Loin d'ici la tristesse : song (1728). 523.
Loin dc la cour : song (18th cent.). 580. j
Loin de toi, ma Felicie : song by Siiss-
mayr. 598. '
Loin des facheux. r. Roland en furie.
Lon la. V. Lan Ian la. j
Lon len la ! J'ai le nez cass6 : song ;

(after 1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's
• 330, f. 217b).
Lon len la ! Les genoux : song (18th

cent.). 579.
"London cries." v. "The cries of \

London."
"London's Farewell." !'. Farewell to

the Parliament.
Lone bird of eve : glee by W. Linlev.

111.
Lone minstrel : duet by W. Jackson of

Exeter. 75. '<

glee by W. Russell. 100. i

Lonely Silena : song by Blow. 481.
Long by some fair one ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 640.
Long hath my love : madrigal by F.

Anerio. 142.
Long have I lov'd : song by P.

Humfrey. 483.
Long have I made these hills : madrigal

by Wilbye. 152, 183.
Long have we been perplex'd : trio [by

T. Ravenscroft]. 655.
Long live King Charles : canon (1667).

5,7.
Long live King George : catch by



Boyce. 37 (31462, f. 37), 89. v. also

Long live King Charles.
Long live our King and Queen : catch

[? by Lord Abercornor Dr. Pepusch i.

28, 37 (31462, f. 39), 39,
Long live the Queen : song adapted bv

R. Lacy fr. Handel. 642.
Long look'd for is coming at last ; song

by Hook. 620.
" Long odds." (;. " The long odds."
Lontan da te. v. "Fingallo."
Lontan dal suo bene : duet by Pietro

Grua or Stelfani. 58, 66, 73, 80, 81.
Lontan dall' idol mio ; song by

Cenami (?). 501.

duet by INIarcello. S3.

song by Scarlatti. 491 , 515.

Lontan dalla sua Clori : song by

Scarlatti. 588.
Lontan dalla sua Filli : madrigal by

Clari. 157 (2), 158, 177.
Lontananza, che fai : song by Scarlatti.

515.
Lontananza crudel : song by [? G. B.]

Buononcini. 491.
Lontananza e gelosia : song by Marcello .

511.
Lontananza me troppo acerba : duet

by Marcello. 83.
Lontananza, sei crudel e : song by

Bennati. 562.
Lontani dal core : madrigal [by

Stradella]. 154, 155.
Lontano bencho io sia : song by

Pollaroli. 511.
Lontano dal mio bene : duet (1st half

of 18th cent.). 66.
Lontaiio dal suo bene : song by

Scarlatti. 504.
Look at the world ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
Look, Chloris : song by J. Wilson.

477.
Look down, great Hymen, v. " She

ventures, ho wins."
Look down, haimonious saint : song

by Handel. 642.
Look down, ye blest ; fr. opera by

J. Eccles. 242.
Look, mistress mine : part-song by

Pilkington. 453.
Look, neighbours, look : catch by [H.]

Harington. 32, 45.
" Lord Burleigh." r. Tabor and pipe.
Lord God of hosts : ode bv Bishop.

222.
" Lord Crregory." v. mirk, mirk.
" Lord Sempill's lamentation " :

Scotch tune (18th cent.). 208.
" Lord Ullin's daughter." r. A chief-
tain to the Highlands bound.
Lord, what a coil : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Lord, what 's come to my mother ; fr,

opera by Clark. 321.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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Lord, when I think : madrigal by T.

Weelkes. 148.
Lors ce grand capitaine. v. Quand ce

grand capitaine.
Lorsqu' amour et Bacchus vivaient :

duet (1757). 69.
Lorsque DeschauSours : song (after

1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's 336,

f.46).
Lorsque je bois : madrigal by F. di

Monte. 149.
Lorsque je fus blesse : song (after 1744,

etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334, f. 44).
Lorsque le beau chevalier : song (after

1744, etc.). 530, 557 (King's 332,

f. 39).
Lorsque le dieu Mars : song (after 1744,

etc.). 539, 557 (King's 333, f. 9).
Lorsque Soissons : song (after 1744).



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