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550.
Lorsque Venus : song by J. J. Rousseau.

569.
" Los lances de un acampamento." v.

Viva, viva la milicia.
Lose no time : song (1785-1789). 573.
Lost, distress'd ; adapted [by Storace]

fr. opera by V. Martin y Solar. 322.
"Lost is my quiet" : duet by H. Pur-
cell. 63.
"Lotario"; by Handel, v. Anna lo

sguardo ; D' instabile fortuna ; Furie

del crudo Averuo ; Scherza in mar ;

Sommo rettor ; Vedro piu liete.
" Loth to depart." v. " Anhavvdd

ymadael."
"Louart." v. "Lovart."
Loud shall the trumpet sound ; fr.

opera [by Dibdinl. 375, 379.
Louis avec sa charmante : song (after

1744, etc.). 542 (Eg. 81G, f. 65).
Louis, disait-on, etait vieux : song (after

1744, etc.). 536, 557 (King's 331,

f. 192).
Louis du royaume est le maitre : song

(after 1744). 555.
Louis est a Fontainebleau : song (after

1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331,

f. 114b).
Louis, que vous avez d'esprit : song

(after 1744, etc.). 555, 557 (King's

337, ff. 158b, 182b).
Louis quinzieme : song (after 1744, etc.).

549, 557 (King's 336, f.84).
Louisa, view the melting tears : song

by S. Wesley. 571, 638.
Louvigny, ton air ; fr. opera (after 1744,

etc.). 273, 277 (King's 330, f.l56b),

etc.
" Lovart." v. Ge fut par un lundi.
Lov'd though thou art : glee by W. P.

Stevens. 119.
Love and ambition ; fr. opera [by M. A.

Buononcini]. 249.
Love and folly: Avords of opera by

Galliard. 252.



j Love and I : song by Laniere. 475.
! "Love and obey." r. Ere my sweet
j freedom.

I "Love at first sight." v. The rosy
morn.
Love, chill with cold : song by H.
I Lawes. 477.
Love delights the giddv lad : glee (18th-

19th cent.). 113.
Love fain would I: madrigal (15Ui).
124.
' "Love for ever" (18th cent.). 200
(109).
Love for love ; madrigal by J. Dowlaud.
V. Away with these.

opera by J. Eccles. v. A soldier

and a sailor.
I Love hath forlorn me. v. My flocks
feed not.
Love heretofore : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Love I obey : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Love in a show'r : song by "M. Cooke.
630.

glee by R. A. Firth. 113.

"Love in a :tub " : opera by Bishop.

394.
"Love in a village " : opera (1785-1789).
V. Gome, live with me.

(1790?). Airs from, arranged as

115.
opera adapted by Bishop, v. In



glees



thee each joy.

opera by Festing.



V. The honest

heart.
Love in her sunny eyes : glee by Stevens.

102.
Love in my bosom : madrigal [? by

J. S. Smith]. 181.
Love in their little veins : song by H.

Purcell. 505.
Love in thine eyes : duet by W. Jackson

of Exeter. 75.
Love in thy youth: song (1678-1682).

480.
Love, inform thy faithful creature :

glee by [P.] Hellendaal. 107.
Love is a fit of pleasure, v. And think

ye, nymphs.
Love is a pleasure : madrigal (after

1604). 144.
Love is a sickness : song bv J, Gamble.

476, 497.
Love is an empty airy name : incidental

music by J. Eccles. 248.
Love is natural, v. Small paths.
Love is the sun itself : song by Hilton.

475.
Love is the thing : part-song (early

17th cent.). 451.
Love laid his yoke upon me : madrigal

by Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 16b).
Love, love, sweet love: catch [by T.

Ravenscroft], 36.

3 E 2



788



INDEX I.



Love uie little, love nie loug : part-
song by Hatton. 456.
Love never more : song arranged by

Haydn. 617.
Love not me for comely grace : madri

gal by Wilbye. 151, 187.
Love, quench this heat consuming :

madrigal by B. Pallavicino. 152, 184.
Love 's a child : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Love 's a fire ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 374.
Love 's a flame ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 646.
Love 's a jest ; fr. opera by J. Eccles.

243.
Love 's but the frailty of the mind :

song by S. Wesley. 638.
Love should be gentle : song l)v J.

Gamble. 476, 497.
Love, sweet poison ; adapted [by Arnold]

fr. opera by Handel. 323.
Love, the greatest bliss below ; fr. opera

by Bishop. 398.
Love, thou art best : duet by H. Pur-
cell. 63.
"Love triumphant" : part of opera by

J. Eccles. 231.
Love will find out the way. ;;. Over

the mountains; " The rencontre."
Love would discharge the beauty : mad-
rigal by Byrd. 159. v. also See,

see those sweet eyes.
Love would invade me ; fr. opera ['? by

Buononcini or Scarlatti]. 248.
Love wounded me : madrigal by Hilton.

191 (31419, f.7).
Love you, by all that 's good : song

(three variants, 1681, etc.). 482,484 (2).
Lovely Celina. v. Lovely Selir.a.
Lovely Clarinda : song (1682). 481.
" Lovely Nancy " (18th cent.). 198.

overture to opera by Dibdin. 374.

Lovely seems the moon's fair lustre :

glee by Callcott. 110.
Lovely Seliua ; f r. opera by Blow. 230.
Lovely shepherd : duet by G. Jeffreys.

55.
Lovers, rejoice : song by W. Lawes.

473.
Lovers, who in silent anguish : duet

(1681). 57.
Lovers who to their first embraces go.

V. " Circe."
Love's actual sins : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Love's alchymist : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Lova's conscience : song by J. Gamble.

476, 497.
Love's goddess in a myrtle-grove : song

(late 18th cent.). 595.
Love's goddess, sure, was blind : ode by

H. Purcell. 215.
"Love's mirror." v. A footstep.
"Love's revenge." v. "Florimel."



Love's temple's veil : song by J. Gamble.

497.
Love's throbbing music ; fr. opera by

Balfe. 427.
"Love's triumph" : pasticcio by Cesa-

rini, G. del Violone, etc. v. La

pastorella ; Though to conquer.

opera by W. V. Wallace. 441.

Loyaux amours : song by Colard lo

Bouteiller. 464.
Lucas au cabaret : duet (1757). 07.
Lucas, pour se gausser : duet (1737, etc.).

64, 07.
Lucciolctte, andate a Filli : song by

Porpora. 584.
Luce de mi alma: song (1656-1659).

475.
Luce degli occhi miei : song by Pergo-

lesi. 512, 527, 606.
Luceva nel prato : madrigal by Fran-
cesco ['? da Firenze]. 122.
Luci amate ; f r. opera by Capranica.

275.

fr. opera by Salieri. 385.

Luci belle, dite : song by L. Rossi.

482.
Luci belle, dove siete : duet by Stef-

fani. 76.
Luci belle, mio tesoro : song [? by Du-

mont]. 498.
Luci belle, non piangcte ; fr. opera bv

Hasse. 261.
Luci belle, non tanta fretta : duet by

Steffani. 76.
Luci belle, pin serene ; fr. opera by R.

di Capua. 266.
Luci belle, se piangete ; fr. opera bv

G. B. Casali. 271.
Luci mie : madrigal by Gasparini. 165.
Luci, siete pur quelle : song by G. [B.]

Buononcini. 524, 590.

song by Scarlatti. 515.

"Lucia di Lammermoor": opera by

Donizetti. 4.37. v. also Tu che a

Dio spiegasti.
Lucid streams : song by M. Kelly. 028.
" Lucinda ed Armidoro": opera by

Paisiello. 369.
" Lucio Papirio" : opera [by Predieri].

V. Consigliando ; Cor di vilta ; Yengo

a darti ; Ti lascio ; M' involo.
"Lucio Silla" : opera by Mozart. 354.
" Lucio Vero": opera (18th cent.), v.

Ombra, che pallida.

opera by Araja. r. Ombra, che

pallida.

opera by Bertoni. 349.

opera by Gasparini. 250.

opera by Sacchini. 300.

opera by Traetta. 335.

" Lucrezia." v. O numi.

" Lucy's delight " (18th cent.). 199 (58).
Lumi, che in fronte : song by Scarlatti.

515.
Lumi dolenti : song by Scarlatti. 515.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



789



Lumi vezzosi : song by G. [B.] Buonon-

cini. 561, 590.
Lumiuosaj apparent stellse. v. II vez-

zoso tuo sembiante.
"Lumps of pudding": Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207.
Lunga stagion dolente vissi : song by

Scarlatti. 515.
Lungi d' ogni amoroso aspro tormento :

song by Hasse. 584.
Lungi dagli occhi vostri : madrigal [bv

F. di Gregorij]. 143.
Lungi dal ben che s' ama ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 343.
Lungi dal caro bene ; fr. opera by Sarti.

321, 366.
trio adapted by Stevens from

Sarti. 656.
Lungi dal core : song [by Cesti]. 494.
Lungi dal mio bel uume : song bv

Handel. 507, 558, 565, 586, 642.
Lungi dal suo Fileno : song by Porpora.

510.
Lungi dal tuo sembiante : song (18th

cent.). 585.
Lungi dair idol mio : duet by Steffani.

70, 77, 78, 80, 81.
Lungi dalla cagion : song by Scarlatti.

515 (2).
Lungi dalla mia bella : madrigal bv

Clan. 168, 180, 189.
Lungi, lungi da me : song [by Handel].

560.
Lungi n' ando Fileno : song by Handel.

560, 565.
Lusingami speranza : song (.' 1683, efc).

485, 578.
Lusingato dalla speme ; fr. opera by

Porpora. 269.
Lusinghe vezzose ; fr. opera (1762). 297.
Lusinghiere pupille : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Lusinghiero, m' ingaunasti : song by —

Merchi. 578.
Lusty voutli : madrigal by Henry VIII.

126."
Luxembourg, Catinat : song (after 1744,

etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331, f. 160).
Luxembourg croit ; fr. opera [by LuUy].

255, 273, 277 (King's 331, f. 149).
Luxembourg marche : song (after 1744,

etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331, f. 99b).
Luxembourg, pour tracasser : song (after

1744, etc). 540, 557 (King's 833,

f. 80).
Lydia, die per omnes : motet b}- J.

Fries and H. Textor. 197.
Lysandre suit : song (1700). 567.

]\I'aimes-tu, comme je t'aime ; fr. opera

[•?byDuni]. 291.
M'aimes-tu, mon berger : duet (1757).

67.
■" M'amour petite." v. " Petite m'-

ximour."



M' incateno Cupido : duet bvPistocchi.

70, 73, 78.
M' ingannasti : duet by Steffani. 76.
]M'oublieras-tu : song by Hortense,

Queen of Holland. 624.
Ma che di cio sospira. v. Una farfalla;

by Marenzio.
jMa che sian ; fr. opera by Monteverde.

225 (30491, f. 41).
Sla che son colpe umane : song by

Carapella. 502.
Ma che squallido : madrigal [by Bac-

ciTsi]. 143.
Ma che Tu, Dio. r. Locar sovra gli

abissi.
Ma chere liberte ; fr. opera [bv LuUy].

267.
Ma chere mere, que je revere : song

(1760). 567.
]Ma commere, quand je danse : song

(after 1744). 550.
Ma, da niufe sorpreso. v. In sogno mi

pareva.
Ma dalle rupi. v. Al bosco, al prato.
Ma deesse ; fr. opera [?by Hummel].

319.
]Ma deir error, r. Quella donna real'.
Ma dovro vedere; fr. opera bv Jom-

melli. 299.
Ma fa qual vuoi di me. v. Che pen si,

cor di tigre.
]\Ia fille, je vous aime. v. Je me moque ;

Messieurs les Malplaquets ; etc.
Ma, Filli amabile. r. Spesso amor

dicemi.
]Ma foi. Monsieur I'ambassadeur : song

(after 1744). 555.
IMa foi, Nassau : song (after 1744). 536.
Ma foi, votre Galatee ; fr. opera [? by

Lully]. 255, 273, 277 (King's 33L

f. 164).
I\Ia gia vacilla il pie ; fr. opera by j-jeo.

341.
Ma graude sceur. v. Ce fut par un

lundi matin, la fraiche.
I\Ia, lasso io. r. Vagan per 1' aria.
Ma mattressc, m' amie : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
IMa mere, mariez-moi: song (after

1726). 520. V. also Mariez-moi;

Montgondit; etc.
^la noil si tosto. v. But not so soon.
]Ma per me lasso, v. Zefiro torna ; by

Marenzio.
Ma perch^ vola il tempo : madrigal by

A. della Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 48b).
Ma pinte et m' amie. v. Belleisle par

ses paquets.
IMa raison s'en va. v. Ami, tu crois.
Ma, se il caldo cor mio. v. ISIentre

che altero.
]\Ia se il fato uon m' inganna : song by

Orlandini. 528.
Ma se io son morto. v. Piange il rus-

cello.



790



INDEX I.



Ma, se tale ha costei. u. Caro amoroso

neo.
Ma sceur. v. L'amitie.
Ma tremolo, v. Quando col mio.
Ma tu piaugi. r. Qual mi veggo.
Ma vieille tante : song bv A. Nourrit.

037.
Ma voi, caro ben. v. Deggo io duuque

partire.
Ma voisinc Perrette : song (after 1749).

657.
" Macbeth " ; incidental music bv J.

Eccles. 238, 242, 392.
" Macgregor o' Ruara." v. Raving

winds.
" Macphei-son's farewell " : Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207.
— ■ — song arranged by Haydn. 619.

V. also Farewell, ye dungeons.

]\Iacte animo, Jacobe decus. r. Anna,

veni.
" Mad Bess." i\ From silent shades.
" Mad Moll " (18th cent.). 200 (136).
" Mad Robin " (18th cent.). 200 (129).
" Mad Tom." v. Forth from the dark

and dismal cell.
Madam Defrayne : madrigal (1501, etc.).

124, 160.
" Madam Fickle." v. Beneath a shady

willow.
Madam Pallas : song by Hook. 010.
I\Iadam Vandercrout ; f r. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 045.
Madame d'amours : madrigal [temp.

Henry VIII.). 126.
Madame de Frauquetot : song (after

1744, etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331,

f. 42b).
Madame la dauphinc : song (after 1726).

520.
]\Iadamina ; fr. opera bv ^Nlozart.

370.
j\Iadeleine, tu te moques : song (after

1749). 558.
iladonna : song (after 1000). 467.
IMadonna al volto : madrigal by Festa.

103.
j\Iadonna, con questi [occhi] : madrigal

by Sweelinck. 141.
Madonna, il mio desio : madrigal bv

Renaldi. 171 (29400, f. 38b).
IMadonna, il vostro orgoglio : madrigal

by Festa. 163.
Madonna, io ben vorrei : madrigal by

Gesualdo. 164.

madrigal bv Renaldi. 171 (29400,

f. 59).

Madonna, io mi consumo : madrigal

by Festa. 163.
IMadonna, io mi vorrei innamorare :

madrigal (10th cent.). 135.
Madonna, io prendo ardire : madrigal

by Fogliano. 103.
IMadonna, io sono un medico : madrigal

by Festa. 103.



amo



madrigal by
part-song by



Madonna, io

Festa. 103.
jMadonna, 1' arte nostra

Cam bio. 101.
Madonna mia, a te : madrigal (10th

cent.). 136.
^ladonna mia gentil : madrigal by

IMarenzio. 166, 178.
iMadonna, poiche uccider : madrigal by

Marenzio. 178.
— — madrigal by C. [JMerulo] da Cor-

reggio. 163.
IMadonna, sua merce : madrigal by

Marenzio. 178, 182 (31410, f. 25).
IMadre mi, vo' far frate : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 62b).
Madre, pagasti ; fr. opera by Handel.

269.
IMsecenas, atavis edite regibus : motet

by J. Fries and H. Textor. 197.
Maestro bello ; fr. opera by Auletta.

291.
"Maggie Lauder": song arranged by

Haydn. 621. r. also Wha wadna

be in lo'e.
Magnanimous Madam ; fr. opera by

Dibdin. 375.
Mai r amor ; fr. opera [by Perez]. 288.
Mai me pensava : madrigal (16th cent.).

186.
Mai non posa : song (after 1699).

490.
Mai perdono : song (1704-1707). 505.
Mai piu stelle spietate : song (late 17th

cent.). 491, 494.
Mai posso far: madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
" Maid IMarian "' : opera by Bishop.

397.
Maid of Athens ; song by J. Barnett.

029.

song by Lodge-Ellerton. 027.

Maidens, listen : song by Hook. 015.
•' !Maids and liachelors." v. Since

wedlock 's in fashion.
" Mais." V. Eugene va ; Souffrirez-

vous quarante ; etc.
Mais ce qui fut secretement : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
Mais La Guerre : song (after 1744, etc.).

545, 557 (King's 334, f. 146b).
Mais que ce fiit le plaisir : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
IMais quel transport : song (after 1744,

etc.). bil, 557 (King's 335, f. 194b).
" Maison a vendre." v. "Das Haus ist

zu verkaufen."
MaitreLully: song (after 1749). 557.
Make haste, ye lovers : madrigal by

Weelkes. 184.
Make room for the great god of wine ;

fr. opera by H. Purcell. 310, 364.
Make there mv tomb : glee (late 18th

cent.). 109.'
Mai sicuro : song by Scarlatti. 508.



INITIAL AVORDS AND TITLES.



791



Mala cosa e 1' esser donna : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
"Maldod arglwyddes Owen"; song

ananged by Haydn. G20 (no. 28),

G21 (35275, ff. 7b, 21). v. also

white-foaming Ogwen.
Male accorti niiei lumi : madrigal bv

[G. E.] Bernabei. 175.
ilaledetta la corte : song bv F. Luzzo.

482.
]\Ialgr6 les vents : song (1760). 567.
Malgr6 sa traliison : duet (after 1737).

64.
Malgre tant d' orages. v. Malgre taut

de neige ; Qu'on fasse la guerre.
Jlalgr^ tant de neige ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 254, 273, 277 (King's 331,

/f.88b).
]Malgr6 tons vos grands projets : song

(after 1744). 538.
^j^ ]Malgr6 toute la defense : song (after
„r 1744, etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333,

f. 231b).
Malheur a celui qui se fonde : song

(after 1744). 553.
IMalheureuse journee : song (after 1744).

548.
j\Iall Brook, r. Marlbrouck.
" Malton fair." ;;. Jocky and I.
" Maltraeth" : song arranged byHavdu.

620, 621 (35275, ff. 2, 16) ;— by Koze-

luch. 603.
IMamnia is so very particular : song by

J. Parry. 635. '
Mamma mia, non mi gridate : song

(after 1794, etc.). 576, 596.
■ song (another setting, early 19th

cent.). 611.
jNIan hectors; fr. opera In' Dibdia.

375.
I\lan, poor forked animal ; fr. table

entertainment by Dibdin. 645.
j\Ianca pur quanto sai : song [by Han-
del]. 560.
Manca sollecita; fr. opera (18th cent.).

329.
]\landa i uobili allori : song by Albrici.

482.
Manes des rois; fr. opei'a Tby Campra].

343.
" Manfred " : opera by Bishop. 421.
!\rano che per valor ; fr. opera bv Ga-

luppi. 298.
Plan's feeble race : glee by Callcott.

106.
^Nlan's life is but vain : duet bv Wise.

63.
"Mausell" (18th cent.). 201 (203).
" Mantell Siani": song arranged by

Haydn. 620 (no. 34), 621 (35275,

ff.8b, 22b).
IMany a wretch, v. Religion, hail.
jMany and merry are the swains : song

by Hook. 616.
j\Iany desire : song (1615-1626). 469.



"Maometto Secondo." v. Di ostili

tende.
Mai'ais, beau sejoi;r ; fr. opera (after

1726). 255.
jNIarcato avea gia : song (late 17th

cent.). 495.
Marchons, braves soldats : song (after

1744). 552.
"Margaret Lowther." v. "Maggie

Lauder."
Margaret meek : madrigal by — Browne.

125.
^largarcta first possess'd : song by H.

Cooke. 480.
Margot rencontrait I'autrc jour : song

(18th cent.). 579.
Margot sur la brune. v. Quand on est

uonnette ; etc.
Margotton dessus son lit: song (after

1744). 550.
Margotton va a I'eau : song (18th cent.).

579.
ilaria: song by W. H. Cutler. 624.
Marie Salisson : song (after 1744, ffc).

545, 557 (King's 334, f. 222).
Mariez-moi : song (after 1744). 548.
Maritati poverelli ; fr. opera by Cima-

rosa. 306, 381.
Mark how the bashful morn. v. Mark

how the blushful,
^lark how the blushful morn : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.

song by Laniere. 474.

Mark how these knavish rests : catch

[by Cranford]. 37 (31462, f. 16), 38.
Mark the merry elves : glee by Callcott.

110.
]Mark when she smiles : song by Greene.

527.
]\Jark'd vou her eye : glee by Spofforth.

118.

glee by Stevens. 103.

IMavlborough. v. Marlbrouck.
'•Marlbrouck": French tune (18th

cent.). 203.
]\larlbrouck, fier de la fortune : song

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

3:32, f. 225b).
iNIarlbrouck fit a Ramillies : song (after

1744). 542.
" Marotte fait bien la here." v. La

Berry.
' ' Marpha." ;;. GeheimnissvoUe Wiiste.
IMarquis, vous soupirez : song (after

1726). 519.
JMarried well ; fr. opera by Balfe. 432.
Mars, ennemi du repos : duet (1757).

68.
Mars et Marte : motet bv A , Ferrabosco.

195.
j\[ars in a fury : madrisraJ by Wcelkes.

183.
^Fars laisse reposer : duct (1737, etc.).

64, 68.
Mars, un peu ramadoue : song (after



■92



INDEX T.



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

f. 100).
" -Marshall Wade." v. Modest Dolly.
" IMarth^sie " : opera by Destouches.

References to, 1699. 521.
]\Iartiu said to his man : quartet [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 458.
]Martinet autrefois ; fr. opera ['? by

Lully]. 256.
Martinet est insupportable : song (after

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

f.98b).
"Mary of Sunbury hill." v. Though

the poets.
"Mary Stuart": song by J. Barnett.

V. Pent within her prison.

monodrania by C. Zoeller. 443.

ilary, the beauty of Buttermere vale :

song by Hook. 616.
"Mary's dream." v. The nioou had

climb' d.
Mas Ventura fuera morir : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 47b).
•" Masaniello " : opera adapted by Bishop

from Auber. 413. v. also Woe, woe,

woe.
Massillon, ton cas va fort mal : song

(after 1744). 539.
]\Iat Mudge ; fr. table entertainment bv

Dibdin. 644.
'• Mathilde von Guise " : opera bv

Hummel. 395.
"Matthew Briggs" (18th cent.). 201

(210).
INlaudits soient ces maris : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
jNIaurice disait a Louvois : song (after

1744, etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331,

f.l72b).
]Maxima debetur pueris : canon by

Travers. 6.
"May." V. The daisies peep.
May all fresh joys : song [? by J.

Gamble]. 476, 497.
May harmony and mutual love : glee

by Alcock. 103.
]May th' ambitious ever find : song bv

J. Hart. 483.
INIay the god of wit ; fr. opera bv H.

Purcell. 247, 364, 365.
INlay the hand of future ages : trio by

Lord Burgbersh. 657.
" Mayeux de Bretagne." r. "Les

Mayeux."
"May -eve." r. The silver moon's

enamour'd beam.''
Mayhap you have heard ; f r. table en-
tertainment by Dibdin. 645.
IMazarin, ce bougeron : song (after 1744,

dc). 530, 557 (King's 330, f. 87).
IMazarin et Courcelles : song (after

1744). 531.
]\Iai:arin, plie ton paquet : song (after

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

f. 84b).



" Mazeppa." r. Come, drink to the

brave.
jNIe look out o' window ; fr. opera by

S. Wesley. 313.
Me retirer : madrigal (16th cent.). 135.
Me veux-tu voir mourir: song (1620-

1621, etc.). 469, 492.
Me voila done, dit la Dubreuil : song

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

333, f.l47).
" Mea." V. lo le cavo un bucchero.
Mediant escroc et poltron : song (after

1744). 554.
Meco vieni amata : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Medavy se plaint: song [by Marais].

273; etc.
"M6d6e et Jason." r. Noirs orages ;

Quand le vent rit.
' ' Medonte, re d' Epiro " : opera by Sarti.

349.
jMefiez-vous de ces grands nez ; song

(18th cent.). 579.
Meglio spiega i tuoi sensi ; fr. serenata

by Handel. 24.
Mein Arm ist im Dieuste des Yater-

lands. V. My arm, it is my country's.
Mein Engel, lass uns heimlich lieben :

song (1711). 508.
Mein Gott mocht' sich doch schicken :

part-song (1640). 452.
Maine Geliebte : song by Hummel (?).

632.
" Melissomelos." v. As of all states.
Melons a nos plaisirs ; fr. opera [by

Lully]. 254.
Melpomene, thy loss : glee (1779). 104.
Melting airs : glee by W. Hayes [sen.].

99, 118.
Melun cheque: song (after 1744, etc.).

541, 557 (King's 333, f. 100b).
Memorie ognor dolenti ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 328.
" Memory." v. A wail of a child.
Men superba andra ; fr. opera by Vinci.

840.
^len were all rovers, v. To me, yet in

teens,
^lenina hermosa : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 57).
■Mentor, on fait c6der ta voix : song

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

333, f. 188b).
" Mentra, Gweu " ; duet arranged by

Haydn. 93 (35274, f. 27b), 94 (35275,

ff.9, 23).
Mentre Arion : song by — Zazzera. 563.
]\Ientre canta 1' augelletto : song by

Porpoia. 584.
Mentre che altero amore : madrigal by

Reualdi. 171 (29400, f. 3).
Mentre che in grembo : song (1083 ?).

485.
Mentre che qui d' intorno : madrigal

[by B. Pallavicino]. 131, 143.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



793



Meutre che vago viso : madrigal by

Nicolo del Proposto. 122.
Mentre Clori : song (1700). 505.
Mentre d' ampia voraginc : madrigal by

Marenzio (?). 137.'
]Mentre desta del souno : song by

Montuoli. 510.
Mentre di Teti : song bv A. Melani.

587.
Meutre doglioso : song by Porpora.

511.
Mentre dormi amor; fr. opera (?), bv

Hummel. 386.

fr. opera by Leo. 270.

• duct by Lodge-Ellerton. 96.

■ • fr. opera by Tcrziani. 313.

IMentre ella offesa langue : song by

Scarlatti. 581.
Mentre fermo il pensier : madrigal by

I. Alberti. 130.
]\Ientre fia caldo : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
IMentre il suo caro gregge : song by

Pacieri. 505.
Mentre io dormo ; fr. opera (mid. IStli

cent.). 285.

fr. opera by Cocchi. 290.

Mentre io fuggiva : madrigal by Mille-

ville. 173.
Mentre 1' aura spiro : madrigal by

Marenzio. 156, 178.
Mentre la notte : song (18th-19tb cent.).

607.

song (another setting, early 19th

cent.). 612.

Mentre la prima : madrigal by C. di

Rore. 163.
Mentre lunge ti stai da me : madrigal

by [?G. M.J Buononciui. 165, 174.
Mentre novella alma. v. Cedan le

antiche.
Meutre pomposa : song by G. Casa-

lotti (•?). 492 (36877, f. 3b).
Mentre quel solco ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 328.
Mentre, sul far del giorno : madrigal by

Marenzio. 180.
Mentre ti lascio ; f r. opera bv Paisiello.

260, 364.
Menzognere speranze : song [by Han-
del]. 582.
"Meraspe." v. " L'Oliminade " ; by

Pergolesi.
Meraviglie inudite : song (1698 ?). 490.
Merci clamant : song by [Regnault] de

Coucy. 464.
''Mere et sceur." v. Avant de franchir.
"Meride e Seliuunte " : opera by Leo.

i\ Presso al caro amato.

opera by Porpora. 257. v. also

Eppur vezzoso ; Noi siamo quelle ;
Non credo.

" Merope " : opera by Biauchi. 322.

opera by Jommelli. 331.

opera by Nasolini. 355.



'• Merope " : opera by G. Scarlatti.

r. Parti da mc spictato.
Mcrrilv, archers ; fr. opera bv Balfe.

426."
Merrily dance the quaker. v. So

merrily dance the quaker.
Merrilv have we met ; catch bv Cox.

30, .38.
Merrily, merrily ring the bell ; operatic

trio adapted from [W.] Knyvett. 409.
Merrily, merrily trip we : song by

Bishop. 634.
" Merry Wakefield •' (18th cent.). 199

(51).
" Merry-begotten." r. " By-slip."
3Ies amis veuleut . . . une chanson et

que : song (after 1744). 542.
i\Ies amis veuleut. . .une chanson sur

certain petit gar^on : song (after 1726,

etc.). 517, 521, 538.
Mes amis veuleut . . . une chanson sur



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