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certain prince : song (after 1744, etc.).

549, 557 (King's 336, f. 25).
Mes amis veuleut . . . une chanson sur

I'ami : song (after 1726, etc.). 521,

539; etc.
Mes enfauts : song (after 1749). 557

(King's 337, ff . 154, 183).
Mes faibles yeux : song by — De la

Ferounerie. 525.
INIes pensees : madrigal bv Josquin des

Pres (?). 128, 162.
Mesdames, vous trouvercz bon : song
\ (after 1744, etc.). 549, 557 (King's
j 335,1200).
' ^lesdemoiselles Beraud : song (after

1744). 545.
i "Mesell" (18th cent.). 201(240).
Messaggier delle mie pene : song by

Marcello. 586.
Messieurs, a C[Uel jeu : song (after 1744,

etc.). 547, 557 (King's 335, f. 133).
Messieurs de Broglie et de Coigny. v.

Broglie, fameux general.
Messieurs les AUemands : song (after

1744). 552.
' Messieurs les Malplaquets s'en vont :
■ song (after 1744). 542.
I Messieurs les petits peres : song (after

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

f. 181).
' Messieurs uos geueraux, le jour : song

(after 1744). 552.
Messieurs nos generaux sont : song

(after 1744, etc.). 552, 557 (King's

337, fE. 86, 187b).
song (after 1749). 557 (King's 337,

ff. 86, 187b).
jNIessieurs, ouvrez bien les yeux : song

(after 1744). 555.
Messieurs qui venez de la cour : song

(after 1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's
331, f. 13).
Messieurs, voici : song (after 1744). 535.
Messieurs, vous avez La Loubere : souo;



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INDEX I.



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

331, f. 197).
Mesta, o Dio : song by Vinci. 527.
]Meste pupille : song by Montuoli. 512.
Mesto in sen d' un antro : song (late

17th cent.). 495.
Mesto si lagna quell' nsignuolo : song

by Giaii. 527.
Methinketh truly, v. Somewhat musing.
Methinks I hear Amphion's. v. What

have the gods.
Methinks that I do hear : catch by

Hilton. 26, 30, 35, 37 (31462, f. 28),

39.
Methinks truely bounden am I. r.

Somewhat musing.
]\Iethought of late : madrigal by Byrd.

153.
Metresat a dit : song (after 1744, etc.).

529, 557 (King's 330, f. 65).
]\Iettons sur le tombeau : song (after

1744, etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330,

f. 132).
]\Ii appressai d' amore al regno : song

(early 19th cent.). 612.
Mi brami ; fr. opera by Cimarosa. 306.
Mi cavo dal secco : song (earlv 19th

cent.). 612.
ili contento cosi ; song (late 17th cent.).

495.
Mi contento d' un sorriso : song (17th -

18th cent.). 500.
Mi convien di partir : song by Reggio.

486. ^

Mi credi infedele ; fr. opera (18th cent.).

343.
Mi credi spietata; fr. opera (after 1701).

296.

fr. opera by Abos. 275.

fr. opera by Perez. 328.

fr. opera by Piccinni. 299.

Mi dicevan che un marito : fr. opera by

Balfe. 430.
Mi dona ; fr. opera (18th cent.). 260.

fr. opera by Pescetti. 327.

jMi e gradita la catena: song (17th-18th
cent.). 499.

Mi fai pur vedere ; fr. opera by Scar-
latti. 336.

Mi felice ; fr. opera by Balfe. 440.

jMi giuri che m' ami : song (earlv 19tli
cent.). 611.

canon by Metastasio. 6, 8.

Mi ha detto la mia mamma : song (18tli

cent., etc.). 593, 612.
Mi ha diyiso il cor: song by Scai'latti.

508.
Mi ha ferito : song (1721). 513.
Mi hai da piangerc fa quanto vuoi :

duet by Steffani. 90.
]Mi hai da piangere un di : duet by

Steffani. 70, 77, 78, 80, 81, 90.
Mi lagnero tacendo ; fr. opera by Danzi.

366.
fr. opei'a by Hasse. 283.



1 Mi lagnero tacendo: song by Rossini.

638.
Mi lusinga il dolce affetto ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 286.
Mi non sdegni : glee (1789). 108.
Mi offra pur; fr. opera by Scarlatti.

336.
Mi palpita il cor ; f r. cantata by Handel.

24.

song by Handel. 560, 565 (2 ver-
sions). 641.

Mi parto, ah : madrigal (after 1008).

148.
]Mi parto, vita mia : madrigal by A.

Pace. 173.
Mi pizzica ; fr. oi)era by Galuppi. 291.
Mi regna nel cor amore ; fr. opera ['? by

Boretti]. 235.
]Mi scherza : song (after 1699). 491.
!Mi sento nel dividermi ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 286.
Mi sfidate : madrigal [by Giovanelli].

145.
j\Ii soffro un gran tor)nento : song (after

1794). 577.
INIi son sogna' : song (earlv 19th cent.)

612.
Mi sorge a poco : song (early 18th cent.).

504.
Mi struggo : duet bv Steffani. 89.
Mi tira : song [? by Ventol. 569.
Mi tormenta gelosia : song (1721). 513.
jMi tormenta, ma contenta. v. "II pri-

gionicr fortunato."
I\Ii voglio dopo una andar : song (early

19th cent.). 012.
Mi voglio far intendere : duet by Stef-
fani. 69, 77, 80, 90.
]Mia bella Clori : song by Mancini.

509.

Mia cara Nina: song (18th cent.). 585.
I jMia Climene : song by Scarlatti. 510.
! ]Miagarbatapastorella : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
^ ilia madre, me vo' fare : song (18th-

19th cent.). 607.
Mia speranza fuggitiva : song (1683?).

485.
Mia speranza illanguidita : duet by

Steffani. 76.
jMia vita, placata ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 235.
!Mid scenes of confusion, v. "Home,

sweet home."
'ilid these scenes : cantata by Lord

Burghersh. 21.
"Midas": opera (1764). r. -Jove in his

chair.

opera by Bishop (?). Part of a

chorus. 398.

IMie pupillette vaghe ; fr. opera by Jom-

melli. 271.
]Mie speranze ; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

235.
iliei fidi. v. "Carlo, re d'Allemagua."



INITIAL WOKDS AND TITLES.



]Miei pensieri. r. " II prigionier fortn-

uato."
flighty love ; f r. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 645.
flighty Sir, 'tis alone to von : soug b)-

Blow. 482.
^lihi est propositum : song by S. Wesley.

575, 636.
^lij heeft een pijperken dag gesteldt :

madrigal (16tb cent.). 128.
^lijn morken gaf mij : madrigal (16th

cent.). 128.
r\Iijns liefkens bruin' oogen : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
Mijns liefkens klaar' aanschouwen :

madrigal (16th cent.). 128.
^lilla, the glorv of whose beauties raise :

song (1630)." 472.
^lille merze di amore : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 121.
'Slille regrets : madrigal bv Gombert.

134.
Mille scherzi : song bv G. Casalotti (?).

492 (.36877, f. 95).
Mille volte m' hai fatto : madrigal (16th

cent.). 1.36.
Milordino ; fr. opera by [F.] Alessandri.

360.
■' Milton" : opera by Spontini. 387.
Minacci quell' altera ; fr. opera by Duni.

276.
Mine own Sabiua : soug by C. Wren.

484.
ilinima firmeza : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
^linistra ti chiedo : fr. opera bv Cima-

rosa. 372.
Mio ben, io moro : canon by Borri. 12.
]Mio ben, ricordati : song (earlv 19th

cent.). 612.
Mio ben, teco : song by L. Rossi. 482.
Mio caro bene ; fr. opera by Sarri. 343.
Mio cor, che mi hai dir ; fr. opera [by

Handel]. 281.
^lio cor, di che paventi : trio (early

18th cent.). 651.
]\Iio cor, perche paventi ; fr. opera (J8th

cent.). 342.
^lio dolce amato sposo ; fr. opera bv

Vivaldi. 283.
^lio Lindor ; song (beg. 19th cent.).

609.
^lio nemico pensier : song bv .\riosti.

583.
Mio nume : song by Gasparini. 563.
^lio signor garbato ; fr. opera bv Cima-

rosa. .306.
]\Iiou, miou : trio by J. Barnett. 658.
^lira, Dori : duet by Pietro Grua. 65.
Mira quel pesce : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 4b).
]\Iiraculous love's bounding : madrigal

by Fel. Auerio. 142.
madrigal bv Morlev. 169 (23625,

f.56b).



Mirai, e fu lo sguardo : song by Lotti.

558.
jMirate clie mi ha fatto : madrigal by

Ferretti. 189.
Mirate il mio sembiaute ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
Miro la tortorella : song by Marcello.

587.
Mirtillo, idolo mio : song by Bennati.

562.
Misera, ah. tu non sei : song [? by

Dragonetti]. 604.
]Misera, ancor do loco ; fr. opera by

Monteverde. 225 (30491, f. 40b). '
Misera, ancor presumo : song by Cara-

pella. 502.
Misera, che faro. c. Ho nell' alma.
IMisera, no, non eredea : song by Cara-

pella. 502.
Misera, o Dio, che fo ; fr. opera by

Giacomelli. 287.
Misera, son tradita : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Misera tu non sei : song by Lodge-

EUerton. 628.
Miserarum est : motet bv J. Fries and

H. Textor. 197.
Misericorde au martyr amoureux : mad-
rigal by Clemens non Papa. 161.
Misero, a che. v. Ben credeva io.
Misero Bernardone. r. ]\Iaritati pove-

relli.
]Misero, e che faro ; fr. opera by Gluck.

300.
^lisero ]pargoletto ; f r. opera by Federici.

365.

fr. opera by K. H. Graun. 446.

fr. opera bv Hasse. 278.

fr. opera by G. F. di :\Iajo. 299.

Misero pellegrino : song (1747?). 556.
Misero stato : madrigal by Palestrina.

163.
"Miss Christie's"": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 208.
"Miss Drake"s delight" (18th cent.).

201 (259).
"Miss Gunning" (18th cent.). 202

(314).
" Miss hoyden " (18th cent.). 200 (161).
"Miss Macdonald's delight": Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 208.
Mississippi, charmante terre : song

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

335, f.l32b).
Slistake me not : song by Brewer.

474.
"Mistake upon mistake": words of

opera by Dibdin. 380.
Mister Dash : catch bv S. Webbe, sen.

41, 45.
Mister Speaker, though 'tis late : catch

by Baildon. 31, 40, 46.
INIistress mine, well may you fare :

part-song (early 17th cent.). 451.

song [? by ^lorley]. 469.



'96



INDEX I.



Mistrust ofttimes amiss : madrigal
{(€7)12). Elizabeth). 139.

Mit neuer Kraft ; chorus by Hmiimel.
50.

Mitilde, alma mia : duet by Durante.
82 (31552, f. 17), 84 (14110, f. 15b), 85
31539, f. 127b), 91 (31515, f. 104b).

Mitilde, mio tesoro : duet by Durante.
82 (31552, f.23), 84 (14110, 122b), 85
(31539, f. 137b), 91 (31515, f. 110b).

Mitilde, c Dio : song by Mancini. 511.

"Mitridate": opera by Graun. Ar-
rangements from. 288.

opera by Porpora. 261.

opera by Tarchi. v. Perfido

figlio.

"Mitridate, re di Ponto": opera by

Mozart. 354.
Mo cbe stongo : song (18th-19th cent.).

607.
" Modest Dolly " (18th cent.). 201 (263).
Moi, Barillon : song (after 1726, etc.).

531, 557 (King's .330, f. 128) ; etc.
Moi, qui de tout fait mon profit : song

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

333, f . 103).
Moi, qui jadis eus la gloire : song (after

1744). 549.
Moins politique ; soug (after 1744).

540.
" Moll Peatley " (18th cent.). 200 (142).
" Moll Ross " : Scotch tune (18th cent.).

208.
Mollis inertia : motet bv J. Fries and

H. Textor. 197.
JMoUy Mizeu ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375, 379.
Molto voglio ; fr. opera [by Handel].

248.
" Momus, fabuliste." r. Certain chas-
seur ; Un singe ; etc.
Momus sur differents etats : song (after

1744). 552.
Mon amant un jour me trouva : song

(1760). 567.
"Mon berger." v. Ne vous en de-

plaise ; Quand on est nonnette.
jNIon berger soupire : song by L. Op-

straet van der Moelen. 471.
]Mon chemin je cheminais : song (after

1726). 519.
Mon cher ami: song by Stevens ("?).

613.
Mon cher Girard : song (after 1744).

550.
Mon cher Tircis: duet (1757). 67.
Mon cher troupeau : soug (1760). 566.
Mon cceur chante ; madrigal (16th

cent.). 134.
madrigal (three settings, ? by J.

T. Gerarde). 132, 133, 134.
Mon coeur, charm6 : song (1760, etc.).

567, 591.
Mon cteur, dans vos liens : duet (1757).

67.



Mon cceur n'est plus trouble : duet

(after 1737, etc.). 64, 67.
Mon cceur se recommande : madrigal

by Lasso. 154.

duet by G. van Turnhout. 69.

Mon coeur soupire : song (1760). 567.
Mon cceur, tu fremis. v. Un ange.
Mon confesseur. v. Mon precepteur.
]\Ion Dieu, la belle entree : song (after

1726). 520.

song (another setting, after 1744).



529.



song (18th



INIon Dieu, qu'on a de peine

cent.). 591.
Mon Dieu, que Ic monde est malin :

song (after 1744, etc.). 537, 557

(King's 332, f. 72b).
Mon fils d'apothicaire ; song (after

1749). 557 (King's 335, f. 197).
Mon honueur allait fair naufrage; fr.

opera [by LuUy]. 274.
Mon Iris, crois-moi ; fr. opera [by

LuUy]. 255.
Mon loyal coeur : madrigal (1st half of

16th cent.). 128.
Mon mari contre la loi : song (18th

cent.). 579.
Mou mari m'a difitamee : madrigal (16th

cent.). 128.
Mon mari s'en est alle : song (1728). 523.
Mou papa, pendant la nuit. r. Mou

papa, toute la nuit.
Mon papa, toute la nuit : soug (after

1744). 544.
song (another tune, 18th cent.).

580.
" Mon pays." v. Qui, je t'aime.
Mon pere, j'entends: song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's 332, f. 115b).
Mou pere, je viens devant vous : song

(after 1726). 518.

song (another tune, 18th cent.).



madrigal byGombert.



580
Mon petit cceur

134.
Mon peuple, vous futes etonue :

(after 1744). 556.
"Mon precepteur." v. On dit que La

Yalliere.
Mon p'tit Catin : duet (1757)
jNIou pucelage : song (1728).
I\Iou souvenir me fait languir

by — Heyue. 127, 128.
INIon venin jadis s'ecoula : song

1744). 549.
Mona, pure as this glitt'ring race : glee

by Callcott. 107.
Mouarque souveraiu : song (after 1744,

etc.). 552, 557 (King's 336, f. 161b).
•'Mouey in both pockets" (18th cent.).

198. "
'Mongst all those precious juices: catch

by Hilton. 26, 35.
'Mongst other roses : catch by Boyce.

30, 37 (31462, f. 37b), 39.



song



68.
522.
madriaal



(after



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



797



Monseigneur de Soissons : song (after
1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's 336,
f.ll5).
Monseigneur I'^veque d'Autuu : song
(after 1726, etc.). 519, 533, 557
(King's 331, f. 29b).
Monseigneur le due d'OrMans : song

(after 1744). 541.
Monsieur Chariot : song (after 1744).

550.
Monsieur Colbert : song (after 1726).

517.
Monsieur d'Usez : song (after 1726, etc.).

517, 529.
Monsieur de la Palisse est mort. v.

Adieu, ma femme ; II est tout ; etc.
Monsieur de la Parisi^re : song (after '
1744, etc.). 551, 557 (King's 336,
f.l30).
I\Ionsieur de ParabeUe : song (after

1726). 518.
Monsieur de Ravigny : song (after 1744,

etc.). 530, 557 (King's 330, f. 63).
IMonsieur de St. Etienne. v. Belle et

charinante reine.
^Monsieur de Vendome : song (after
1744, etc.). 536, 557 (King's 331,
f. 198b).
Monsieur dit a la Ribaudon : song
(after 1726). 517.

song (another setting, after 1744,

etc.). 529, 557 (King's 330, f. 22b).
Monsieur, en v6rit6. v. Si Villars avait

les attraits.
Monsieur H6rault : song (after 1744,

etc.). 532, 557 (King's 330, f. 192b).
Monsieur I'abb^ de Poliguac : song
(after 1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's
834, f. 67).
Monsieur Laurent : song (after 1744,

etc.). 537, 557 (King's '332, f. 113b).
Monsieur le due de Luxembourg : song
(after 1744, etc.). 539, 557 (King's
333, f. 25).
Monsieur le premier president : song

(after 1744). 540.
Monsieur le prevot : song (after 1744).

535.
Monsieur notre coadjuteur : song (after

1726). 517.
Monsieur Orry : song (after 1744). 555.
"Monsieur Ragger"(?): opera by —

Morgan. 231.
Monsieur Tourville : song by Turner.

487.
Monson's fine garden : song by J.

Gamble. 497.
Monstre, que Ton voit : song (after
1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's 336,
f.95).
Montglas vit en ange : song (after 1744,

etc.). 531, 557 (King's 330, f. 141).
Montgon dit en soupirant : song (after
1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's 331,
f. 128b).



Montgon, La Mothe et Souternon : song
(after 1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's
331, f. 130).
"Montoni." y. Arise from the grave;

While the moon.
" Montrose " : opera by Bishop. 397.
" Morag." V. wat ye wha.
" Mora's love " : opera by Bishop. 394.
Mordi, ben mio : madrigal by Giov.

Ferrari. 162.
" Mordienne de vous." i?. Quand on

vous detic ; Soyez, jeune Iris ; etc.
Morfa Rhvddlan : song arranged by
Haydn. " 620 (35274, f. 6), 621 (35275,
ff. 3, 17). V. also 0, mild is the sun.
" Morgen-wanderung." v. Wer recht

in Freuden wandern will.
^Morgue, Cnlia : duet (1757). 67.
Morgue, disait Lucas : duet (1757). 67.
Morgu^, I'amour : duct (1757). 67.
Morgue, Pierrot : duet (1757). 68.
Mov\ quasi il mio core : madrigal by

Palestrina. 159 (2), 174.
Moriamo ; fr. opera by Balfe. 427.
Moribondo mio pianto : madrigal bv

Marenzio (?). 137.
Morir non : madrigal (? 16th cent.).

142.
Morirei disperato : song by T. di Mauro.

489.
IMoriro, cor mio : madrigal [bv Farina].

158, 175.
Moriro, ma sempre. v. Mi hai da pian-

gere fa quanto vuoi.
Moriro, non dubitare : song (18th-19:h

cent.). 607.
Morir6 poiche il volete : song by Scar-
latti. 589.
Moriro, se tu lo brami : song by Gas-

parini. 588.
Moro lasso : madrigal by Gesualdo.

164.
Moro, mia vita: song (after 1669?).

477.
^loro, o non moro. v. Voi volete che
j io mora.
Moro, peno : song (early 18th cent.).

504.
^Morpheus from whose bounty flows ;
I fr. opera adapted by Bishop from
; :Mozart. 398.

j Morro, ma non da vile ; fr. opera by
Cherubini. 362.
Mort et fortune : madrigal (16th cent.).

1.34.
Mortale, che pensi : trio (early l>^th

cent.). 651.
Mortali, che fate : madrigal (late 17th

cent.). 155.
Mortals, learn : catch by Greene. o7

(31462, f.60b), 38, 40.
Morto mi vedc : madrigal by Maren-
zio (?). 137.
Most clear of colour : madrigal by E.
. Fairfax. 124.



71J8



INDEX I.



Most noble duke ; fr. opera, adapted
fi-. T. A. Arne. 390.

"-Most votes": words of table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647 (30958,
f.lSb).

]\Iostratevi serene ; fr. opera by Handel.
262.

jMostruosi martiri : song (17th-18th
cent.). 501.

" Mother, quotb Hodge" (ISth cent.).
199 (45).

^lother were dead ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 614.

IMount, hope, above the skies : madri-
gal by Alfonso [Ferraboscoj. 149.

Mourn, hapless Caledonia : song ar-
ranged by Kozeluch. 602, 603 (35278,
ff.ll, 18, 25b).

Mourn, siUy soul. ;•. Weep, silly soul.

ilourn, ye damsels ; fr. opera by
Dibdin. 878.

'Oluch ado about nothing" (18th cent.).
202 (340).

Muffins and crumpets : catch by Savage.
34.

]\Iuf!ins, ho : catch by Savage. 34.

'• ]\Iuirland Willv." v. Hearken, and
I will tell.

Mundus amunditia : motet [? by H. de
Pisis]. 193.

Munt'rc Garten : canon bv Hummel.
11.

trio bj' the Archduchess Maria

Pawlowna. 659.

IMuove i passi. v. " Almira."

Musa, tuvuoi: madrigal by Clari. 158,

177.
Musse, Jovis ter maximi proles : motet

by Gombert. 196.

motet bv Benedictus THertogs].

196 (2).

}iluse not, fair love : madrigal [by

Nicholson]. 140.
IMuseaux enlumines : song (17th cent.).

492.
IMusic does all our jovs refine : catch

(1766-1813). 31.
Music fine : madrigal (after 1604). 144.
^lusic for a while, v. "CEdipus."
Music, gently-soothing power : song by

R. Clack. 592.
Music, how powerful is thy charm :

duet (1789). 74.
Music the fiercest grief ; glee (late 18th

cent.). 109.
IMusic, thou queen of souls : trio by G.

Jeffrevs. 649.
3Iusicabei: motet (1584). 193.
]\Iusica dulci sono : madrigal by C. di

Rore. 171.
^lusica [?e ujn suon : madrigal by

Francesco da Firenze. 121.
^Musicahcta : motet (before 1760). 195.
•'Musicus apparatus academicus." v.

With noise of cannon.



Musing I late on Windsor-terrace sat :

song (1697). 487.
IMusing mine own self : catch [by T.

Ravenscroft]. 86.
Muss denn die Treue : song (1640). 472.
Must then a faithful lover go ; fr. opera

by J. Eccles. 247.
^lust your fair, inflaming eve : song

(2nd half of 17th cent.). 493.
•'Mustapha": incidental music (ar-
rangement, beg. 18th cent.). 239.
" Muzio Scevola": pasticcio by G. B.

Buononcini, Handel, etc. 331. v.

also A chi vive ; II confine ; Non ti

fidar ; Volate piu dei venti.
" Mwynen Cynwvd": song arranged

by Haydn. 620 (no. 16), 621 (35275,

ff. 4b, 18b).
"Mwvuen Gwynedd " : song arranged

by Haydn. 620 (no. 22), 621 (35275,

ff. 6, 20). r. also Hark, on the wind.
"My ain kind dearie": Scotch tunc

(18th cent.). 206, 207.
My apron, deary. v. My sheep I

neglected.
My arm, it is my country's : song by

Weber. 630.
My bonny lass : madrigal by Morley.

174 (31413, f. 52b).
" My bonny Mary." v. Go fetch to me.
My bosom glow'd : glee (late 18th cent.).

104.
My bosom with hope ; f r. opera by

Balfe. 427.
Mv Colin : song arranged by Haydn.

618.
My daddv, he kiss'd my mother (18th

cent.).' 201 (262).
My daddy is a canker'd carl : song

(18tli~19th cent.). 605.
song arranged by I. Pleyel. 601,

603 (35278, f.3b).
My dame hath a lame tame crane :

catch by [? M.] White. 37 (31462,

f. 21), 40, 46.
^ly dame hath in her hutch : catch

(1762). 28.

■ catch [by T. Ravenscroft]. 86.

My days have been so wondrous free :

song by Savage. 572.
]\Iy days were once so wondrous free :

song by Giordani. 574.
My dear Mister Wardle : song by Dibdin.

605.
jMv dear mistress had a heart : song by

Sarti. 606.
My dear, why do you stay me. v. Let

go ! Why do you stay me.
]\Iy dearer and sweeter Phyllis : song

by J. Gamble. 497.
jNIy dearest friend ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
]My deary, if thou die. v. Love never

more.
My delight: madrigal (after 1604). 144.



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My dulcet lute. v. The gems are bright.
]\Iy fair one, like the blushing rose ; fr.

opera [by Arnold]. 323.
Mv fancy : song by J. Gamble. 476,

497.
Aly fiddle and I : song by Hatton. 039.
JMv flocks feed not : glee by Callcott.

107.

madrigal by Weelkes. 163, 187.

jMy friend and pitcher (18tli cent.). 198.
My garden once display'd : chorus ar-
ranged by Bishop. 51.

My happier state : song bv J. Gamble.

497.
My heart, alas. v. Alma guidotta.
My heart doth pant : madrigal (after

1624). 153.
My heart is a-breaking : song arranged

bv Haydn. 619 ; — %Kozeluch. 601,

603 (35278, ff. 7b, 15b, 24).
My heart is fire : madrigal (after 1611).

147.
My heart is in great mourning : mad-
rigal {tcmj}. Henry YIII.). 125.
IMy heart is sair : song arranged by

Hummel. 631, 633 ; — bj- Kozeluch.

602,604 (35279, ff.6, 1.3).
My heart will break ; fr. opera by Balfe.

426.
My hearty service to you, my Lord ;

part-song (early 17th cent.). 451.
My hearty, thou shalt take repose ; fr.

opera by Dibdin. 375.
My Highland soldier : song bv Hook.

616.
My Jo, Janet. ;;. svreet sir.
IMy Jocky was the blithest lad : song

arranged by Haydn. 618.
My lady and her maid : catch bv W.

Ellis. 30, 37.
My lady is a pretty one : madrigal {temp.

Elizabeth). 1.38.
My lady stiU abhors me. v. Donna mi

fugge.
My lady's coachman, John : catch by

H. Purcell. 41.
"My lady's lace." Allusion to the

song. 29.
My life is now a burden : song (1678-

1682). 480.

song by — Price. 483.

My limbs I will fling ; fr. opera [? by

H. Lawes]. 228.
My little foal : madrigal (early 16th

cent.). 124.
j\Iy little heart : glee by S. Webhe.

101.
My little lamb: madrigal (after 1597).

132.
My little prettv one : song (after 1600).

466.
iNIy little, sweet darling: madrigal by

Byrd. 137.
My lodging 's on the cold ground : song

(1789). 575.



Mv lord, an 't please vou ; fr. opera by
Dibdin. 378.

My love : madrigal (after 1604). 144.

Mj' love built me : song arranged by
Haydn. 618.

My love hath vow'd : song [by Cam-
pion]. 573.

My love is a sailor : song by Bishop. 633.

My love is dead : canon by James
Coward. 11.

madrigal by T. Miles. 191.

My love is grown so much : song by J.
Gamble. 476, 497.

My love is grown so old : song by J.
Gamble. 476, 497.

"Mv love is passing bv me" (18th
cent.). 199 (72).

My love 's a vessel trim ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 645.

My love's in Germany. v. "The
flower of chivalry."

My love, she mourneth : duet by [W.]
Cornish. 53.

My love, she 's but a lassie : song ar-
ranged bv Havdn. 619, 621 ;— by
Kozeluch. 601, 603 (35278, ff. 6, 15,
21b).

My love was born in Aberdeen : song
(late 18th cent.). 596.

My love was once a bonny lad : song
(late 18th cent.). 595.

My lovely, wanton jewel : madrigal by
Morley. 151, 174 (31413, f. 59).

j\Iy love's sins : song by J. Gamble.
476, 497.

My love's unhappier fate : song bv J.
Gamble. 497.

My loving cousin, v. " Mansell."

My lyre once again ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 645.

Mv man John : catch by J. Eccles.
29, 37 (31462, f. 31b), 39, 44.

]\ly Margaret I cannot meet. v. Mar-
garet meek.

INIy mind to me a kingdoin is : madrigal
(after 1624). 153.

song (1st quarter of 17th cent.).



470.



madrigal [by Byrd]. 145, 148.



My mistress frowns : madrigal by Hil-
ton. 191 (31419, f. lb).

My mistress had a little dog : madrigal
(after 1613). 150.

My mistress is as fair : madrigal by J.
Bennet. 190.

My mistress is in music passing skilful :
song (16:30). 472.

My mistress will not : catch [by T.
Ravenscroft]. 36.

My mither 's ay glow'ring : song ar-
ranged by Haydn. 617.

My mither was lame : song by Hook.
616.

My name, d'ye see ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 647.



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INDEX I.



My name is gentle Harrv : song [? by

J. S. Smith]. 600.
My Nancy leaves ; h. opera [by T.

Linley, sen.]. 310.
Mv Nannie : duet arranged by Haydn.
■9.3.

song arranged by Haydn. G20,

621 (35275, f. 6).
'• My native hills." v. I love the hills.
'Sly native land, good night, v. Adieu,

adieu, my native land.
I\Iy native plains : song by Hook. 616.
I\Iy Patty is a lover gay : duet arranged



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