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526.
Non posso piu cantar : canon by Borri.

12.
Non poter nel duol morire : song by

Scarlatti. 513.
Non potrei, benche volessi : song by

Leo. 581.
Non puo, dolce mia vita : madrigal by

Masnelli. 167.
Non i)u6 fare i fatti suoi ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.
Non puo Filli. r. Caro Aminta.
Non puo viverc : song bv Berenclow.

491.
Non quando irato ; fr. opera by G. Scar-
latti. 271.
Non, rien n'est si beau que Themire ;

fr. opera (?) apparently by Duni.

292.
Non sa che bian pene ; fr. opera by

Ariosti. 382.
Non sa dir che pena sia : song by G.

[B.] Buouoncini. 590.
Non sarebbe cosa strana ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 344.
Non sarei si sventurata ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 269.
Non saria dei fieri reina : song by G.

[B.] Buouoncini. 582.
Non scherzar cosi ; fr. opera bv Hasse.

265.



INITIAL W0RD8 AND TITLES.



807



Non sdeguarti ! A te mi fido ; fr. opera

by Piccinui. 328.
Non sei pin bella : song by Reggie. 486.
Non sempre inveudicata ; song by

Porpora. 528.
Non sempre, no, crudele ; fr. cantata

by Handel. 24.
Non sempre porta ; fr. opera (after

1699). 233.
Non senti, donna : madrigal (15th -16th

cent.). 121.
Non si ama piu ; song (early 19th cent.).

612.
Non si cb' ella : song bv Pergolesi.

512, 524.
Non si da maggior diletto : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Non si vanti : song (1683?). 485.
Non si vedra giammai stancare : duet

by Jan de Gero. 69.
Non sia chi pensi : madrigal (18th

cent.). 175.
Non siate ritrosi : song [? by Hummel].

608.
Non so chi mi piago : duet by Stefiani.

70, 76, 78, 90.
Non so come resisto : song by Porpora.

561, 564, 584.
Non so con dolce moto ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 271.
Non so dir : song by Paer. 622.
Non so donde viene ; fr. opera by [J. C]

Bach. 313, 365.

fr. opera by Leo. 270, 342.

■ song by Lodge-EUerton. 627.

Non so frenare il pianto, cara ; fr. opera

(18th cent.). 329.

fr. opera by Giaii. 287.

duet by Lodge-EUerton. 96.

fr. opera by Vinci. 340.

Non so frenare il pianto, mio ben ; fr.

opera by Carcani. 287, 298.
Non so pensare : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
Non so piu che sia contento : song

(early 19th cent.). 612.
Non so se amor : madrigal by Felis.

140.
Non so se 1' ho : song by Albrici. 491.
Non sou bella ; fr. opera by Nasolini.

368.
Non son di quelle ; fr. opera by Latilla.

266.
Non son piix quelle catene. v. " Giro " ;

by A. Scarlatti.
Non son tiranno; fr. opera by M. A.

Valeutiai. 288, 327.
Non sperar : duet bv J. G. Naumann.

84.
Non spero piu di ribaciarvi : song

(17th-18th cent.). 501.
Non t' accostare all' urna : song bv

L. K. Widmann. 611, 613.
Non tardate a festeggiar ; fr. opera by

Handel. 339.



Non telo dissi : duet by Steffani. 76.
Non temer, mia dolce speme : song bv

J. Barnett. 629.
Non temer ; non son piu ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
Non temer, o mio cor : song (18tli

cent.). 583.
Non ti credo, delta mensogniera : song

(1st half of 18th cent.). 558.
Non ti credo mai : song (17th-18th

cent.). 501.
Non ti doler : duet bv G. A. Costa.

66.
Non ti fidar ; fr. opera bv Handel.

440.
Non ti ricuso ; fr. opera by Hasse.

287.
Non ti sdegnar, mio bene ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 345.
Non ti sdegnar, vezzosa pastorella ;

madrigal by Clari. 168, 180, 189.
Non ti son padre ; fr. opera by Pergo-
lesi. 289.
Non v' e cosa ; fr. opera by Cimarosa.
I 259, 306.
Non v' e nella terraquea mole : madrigal

by Glari. 158.
Non v' e piu barbaro ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 329.

j fr. opera by Hasse. 289.

I fr. opera by G. F. di Majo. 298.

■■ Non vagheggiarti ; fr. opera (late 17th

: cent.). 235.

' Non vantar tanta bellezza ; song by G.

del Violone. 559.
Non vedi amore : madrigal [by Renaldi].

142.
Non vedi il mio periglio ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 373.
Non vedro mai le stelle : duet by

Reggio. 58.
Non veggio, oime ; madrigal by G. di

Macque. 107.
Non venc state : duet by Steffani. 70,

77.
Non vi dolete : song by Reggio. 486.
Non vi piacque ; fr. opera by Handel.

445.
Non vi turbate ; ir. opera bv Gluck.

300, 305.
Non viddi mai : madrigal fby Maren-

zio]. 175, 179, 182 (31410, f. 3).
Non vide ca U'aie ; f r. opera by Selletti.

328.
Non vo' piu cantar d' amore : song by

G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 107b).
Non vo' piu seguire : soug bv Reggio.

486.
Non voglio amare : song by Reggio. 486.
Non voglio tanto : duet bv Steffani.

70, 76.
Non vorrei che diventassi : song (1697).

489.
None may with him compare, v. By a

bank as I lay.



808



INDEX I.



None without hope : catch [?bv Dibdiul.

42.
Nonpareille d6ite : song by L. Opstraet

van der Moeleu. 471.
Nor can I think ; fr. ode by Haydn. 219.
Nor coni'st thou vet : song by Laniere.

494, 498.
Nor thou, Thalia; fr. ode by Dibdin.

220.
"North Aston frolic" (18th cent.).

202 (308).
Nos amis. v. Mes amis.
Nos douleurs vont prendre fin : song



etc.). 549, 557 (King's
song (after 1726).



574.
part-



(after 1744,

336, f. 71).
Nos facheux maris

518.
" Nos galau " : song arranged by Haydn .

621 (35274, f.28b; 35275, ff.9b, 23b).
Nos pr61ats : song (after 1744). 544.
Nos voisins dela les monts : song (after

1744, etc.). 543, 557 (King's 334, f. 10).
Not Cupid with his wanton wings.

V. Penelope ever was praised.
Not far from town : song (1789).
Not for me the lark is singing ;

song by Hatton. 457.
Not heav'n itself : song by S. Wesley.

686.
Not sober : song (1622). 470.
"Not to-night." r. December snow.
Not with more joy : song (before 1800).

615.
" Not you, nor you." v. There is a lad

in our town.
Noted for lasses ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
Nothing that lives can bloom : song by

T. Miles. 625.
Notre archeveque de Paris : song (after

1744, etc.). 534, 557 (King's 330,

f.l74b).
song (another setting, after 1744).

532.
Notre archeveque est a Conflans : song

(after 1744). 551.
Notre archeveque nouveau : song (after

1744, etc.). 537, 557 (King's332, f.'79b).
Notre cabale. v. Un grand bal ; etc.
Notre cousin le Savoyard : song (after

1744). 538.
Notre espoir. v. Mon honueur allait.
Notre general : song (after 1744). 538.
Notre grand g^n^ral Fouquet : song

(after 1744). 555.
Notre grand roi : song (after 1744, etc.).

589, 557 (King's 333, f. 4).
Notre monarque enlin : song (after

1744). 553.
Notre pape est uapolitaiu : song (after

1744). 541.
Notre prince magot : song (after 1744,

etc.). 542, 557 (King's 333, f. 189).
Notre roi Ludovicus : song (after 1744,

etc.). 539, 55G, 557 (King's 332, f. 198).



Notre saisou est bien fortunee : madrigal

(16th cent.). 128.
Notte arnica ; fr. opera (late 17th cent.).

284.
Notte cara, a te ; fr. opera by Handel.

261.
Notte cara, a un cor che langue : song

by Scarlatti. 515.
Notte cara, ombre beate : song bv

Scarlatti. 489.
Notte felice aventurosa : madrigal [by

Mosto]. 145.
"Nottingham assembly" (18th cent.).

201 (266).
"Nourjahad " : opera by Loder. 422.
Nous allons comme au bal : song (after

1744). 543.
Nous allons, femmes et filles : song'

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

331, f. 161).
Nous avons dans le ministere : song

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

336, f. 67).
Nous avons perdu Louis : song (after

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

f.l94b).
Nous avons pleine vendange ; fr. opera

[by Lully]. 256.
Nous avons pour vous satisfaire : song

(after 1744). 548.
Nous avons tous deux ; fr. opera [by

Mont^clair]. 274, 277 (King's 33?',

3.109, 184b).
Nous avons un Dauphin : song (after

1726, etc.). 517, 529, 557 (King's 830,

f. 5b).
Nous baisons tous. v. Si les cocus :

etc.
Nous courons par la campagne : song"

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

331, f.59).
Nous en 6tious les dupes : song (after

1726). 521.
Nous jouissons. i-. Quoi, j'aurais pu

vous amuser.
Nous ne manquerons plus : song (after

1744). 551.
Nous ne sommes pas de ces sots : song

(1728). 522.
Nous portons des fontanges : song (after

1726, etc.). 533, 557 (King's 331,

f. 45b).
Nous sommes demi-douzaine : song

(1760). 567, 579.
Nous sommes precepteurs d'amour :

song (after 1744). 548.
Nous sommes quatre hommes ; f r. opera

[by Lully]. 255.
Nous versames : song (after 1744, f/c).

539, 557 (King's 333, f. 2).
Nous vivons dans I'innocence. v. Nous

avons tous deux.
Nous voyageons parmi le monde : song

(after 1744, etc.). 542 (Eg. 816, f. 67b),

557 (King's 333, f. 192), 579.



INITIAL W0KD8 AND TITLES.



809



Nous voyageons par tout le monde.

V. Nous voyageous parmi le monde.
Nouveau Germauicus : soug (after 172()).
517.

song (another setting, after 1744).

531.
Now : round {frmp. Henry VIII.). 26.
Now bank and brae : song arranged bv

Haydn. 618.
Now country sports : madrigal by

Weolkes. 181 (2).
Now each creature : madrigal by [J.]

Farmer. 145, 170.
Now ev'ry place fresh pleasure yields :

song by J. Hart. 488.
Now ev'ry tree : madrigal bv Weelkes.

186.
Now, fair, fairest of every : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 124.
Now fare thee well : song bv Bishop.

6.34.
Now fill the air ; fr. opera hv Bishop.

397.
Now, good lady. r. From stormy

winds.
Now help, fortune : madrigal {temp.

Henry VIII.). 125.
Now I'm prepar'd : glee bv S. Weblje,

sen. 99.
Now I see thy looks : song (1615-1626).

469.
Now in her green mantle : song arranged
bv Kozeluch. 602, 603 (35278, n. lib,
18b, 26). I

Now in my hunter's habit dress'd : song j
by Hook. 574. I

Now in the break of morning : madrigal t

by Morley. 167, 170.
Now in the glowing west: trio bv

Lodge-Ellerton. 658.
Now in the sad declension : song bv

W. Lawes. 473.
Now is my Chloris fresh as May :

madrigal by V/eelkes, 152.
Now is the gentle season : madrigal by

jWorley. 169. ;

Now is the month of maving : madrigal i
by Morlev. 150, 174^(31413, f.48b),
181 (2), 190. I

Now is the summer springing : madrigal '
by Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 17b). j

Now kiss the cup : catch [by T. Havens-
croft]. 36. ' \
Now let her change : part-song liy

Pilkington. 453.
Now let the joys ; fr. table entertain-
ment by Dibdin. 645.
Now let us consecrate the day : chorus

by Dibdin. 49.
Now let us make a merry greeting ;

madrigal by Weelkes. 184.
Now let us sing : part-song (early 17th

cent.). 451.
Now methinks; fr. ode (about 182-3).
222.



glee by W.
. opera by



Now must I die : madrigal by Morley,

169, 174 (31413, f. 27).
Now must 1 part, my darling, v. Parto
da voi.
, Now, my lads, let 's be merry : catch
j by H. Lawes. 46.
\ Now my task : is smoothly done ; fr.
; opera by H. Lawes. 325.
Now, now we are met : catch by H.
Purcell. 29, 37 (31462, f. 14b), 39,
j 42, 43.

I Now, O now I needs inu^t part :

j madrigal by J. Dowland. 132, 169.

Now or never ; fr. opera by Balfe. 430.

Now, rosv May : song arranged by

Kozeluch. 601, 603 (36278, ff. 8, 16,

24b).

Now 's your time, pretty maids : septet

by Hook. 460.
Now spring has clad : song arranged by
Kozeluch. 602, 603 (35278, f!. 9b, 17b,
25b).
Now springs each plant : }nadrigal by

Quinziani. 186, 188.
Now that the spring : catch by Hilton.

35.
Now that war ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 646.
Now the blue-flv 's gone :

Linley. 99, 116.
Now the festive bowl ; fr

Stevens. 371.
Now the glasses : glee (late 18th cent.).

104.
Now the hungry lion roars : glee by

Stevens. 103.
Now the law is led : madrigal bv R.

Davy. 124.
Now the spirit's plastic might : glee bv

Callcott. 107.
Now the spring again returns : glee

(1771-1803). 100.
Now the trumpet's martial sound: glee

by S. Wesley. 117, 119.
Now triumph, Macedon ; fr. incidental

music by Lock. 229.
Now we are met, let mirth abound :

catch (1833). 46.
Now we are met, let 's merry be : trio

by Ives. 653, 655.
Now we're all met ; fr. table enter-
tainment by Dibdin. 646.
Now we're met like jovial fellows : glee

by [H.] Harington. 118.
Now will we go. v. Alone walking.
Nuco, nuco, pico linto : song (1795).

577.
Nuit et jour : madrigal (1st half of 16th

cent.). 128.
"Number three." v. "Three Coney

walk."
Nume arciero : song by — Laurenti.

502.
Nume terribile ; fr. opera by Galuppi.
260.



810



INDEX I.



Numi deir ara (?). v. "Giro"; by

Scarlatti.
Numi, se giusti siete ; fr. opera (after

1794). 315.
— — ■ fr. opera by Bernasconi. 343.

fr. opera by Perez. 341.

fr. opera by G. Scarlatti. 337.

Numi, voi che siete : song bv A. Melani.

588.
Nun auf, unci lasst verlauten. v. Ein-

mal nur.
Nun hat sich Bliittlein umgewandt :

chorus (17th cent.). 47.
Nuova angioletta : madrigal bv I.

Alberti. 130.
Nuova leggiadra stella : madrigal (18th

cent.). 175.
Nuovo dardo : song (1715-1724?). 510.
Nur im Herzen : song by [J. G.] Nau-

mann. 599.
Nur verderb' mir nicht ; fr. opera [? by

Hummelj. 319.
Ny oysters, v. New oysters.
Nymph, over thee : glee (late 18tli

cent.). 104.
Nymph, with thee : glee by Crotch. 111.
Nymphe a ce char pompeux : song

(after 1744, etc.). 554, 557 (King's

337, f. 140b).
Nymphe, gieb mir selbst : song [by H.

Albert]. 472.
"Nymphs and Shepherds"; fr. opera

by H. Purcell. 243. v. also "The

Libertine."

O ale ab alendo : catch by Hilton. 35.
O all ye bless'd harmonious choir : glee

(after 1779). 104.
O Barra vale : song (late 18th cent.).

59G.
O beato fortunato : duet by Marcello.

82.
O beauteous eyes : catch (late 18tli

cent.). 31.
beauty most admired, r. What rose

is like.
O beaux yeux : song by L. Opstraet van

der Moelen. 471.
O begli occhi : song bv G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 6).
"0 begue." r. Ma voisine.
O bella man' : madrigal bv IMarenzio.

179, 182 (31410, f.lG).
O bella Nice : duet [? by Vento]. 71.
O bella pen' : song (1G30). 471.
O bella, si, ma fera : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 38b).
ben sparsi sospiri : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 92b).
O bianca, lucidissima : duet (1807). 94.
O bienheureux Monsieur Paris : song

(after 1744, etc.). 553, 557 (King's

337, ff. 100, 184).
O bienheureux qui peut : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 569.



bird of eve : glee by Lord Mornington.

118.
blessed Lord of heaven, v. From

stormy winds.
O bocca amorosa : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 18b).
bonuie lass. v. say, my sweet.
bonnie was yon rosy briar : song

arranged by Haydn. 619.
bright and shining : madrigal (? after

1611). 148.
0, brightly the starlight ; song by

Hatton. 639.
O by rivers; fr. opera, adapted from

[J.] Wilson. 397.
cam' ye here the fight to shun ; song

(late i8th cent.). 596.
cara immagine ; fr. opera by G.

Aureli. 328.
cara selva : duet bv Lodge-Ellerton.

95.
O care catene, che il piede stringete :

duet by Steftani. 70, 77, 81.
care catene, prigione soave : fr. opera

(late 17th cent.). 234.
care selve : chorus bv Beethoven.

47.
care, thou wilt : madrigal by Weelkes.

184. .
careful caitiff: madrigal (after 1604).

145.
O caro e placido ; fr. opera by N. Couti.

289.
charmante bouteille : duet (after

1737). 64.

trio (after 1737). 652.

O che bel stare viciuo al mare : song

by G. Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 70).
che case : song (early 19th cent.).

GIO.
che crudel tormento : song by Salieri.

608.
che dolce languire : song by G. Casa-
lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 80b).
che felice giorno : song bv Reggio.

486.
che incanto; fr. opera (?), by Hummel.

386.
U che lacci ; duet by G. [B. ?] Buonon-

cini. 61.
O che mostro : song by Scarlatti. 508.
O che pena : song by Scarlatti. 589.
che soave ; madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
che splendor : madrigal by Palestrina.

159, 174.
che strana armonia : song (1683?).

485.
che voi direste ; duet bv Steffani.

76.
O ciel, quel est notre malheur ; song

(after 1744). 535.
O cieli, pieta : duet by L. Rossi. 59.
O cielo, la duchessa ; f r. opera by Balfe.

426.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



811



O Cloi-icla, gia clie se adoruano ; song

by G. CasalottiC?). 492 (36877,

f.31b).
O come a tempo qui t' incontro : song

by Porpora. 526, 564.
come again, my love : madrigal [by

M. Estej. 146.
O come away, mv dearest dear : madri-
gal (after 1604). 144.
come chiarc e belle : cantata liy

Handel. 24.
come, dear fatal hour ; fr. opera by

J. Sbeeles. 407.
O come sei gentile ; duet l)v IJcggio.

58, 59.
O come spesso il mondo : duet by G. B.

:Martini. 71 (14185, f. 2 ; 31675, f. 2b).
— — song by Paer. 614.
O come then, love : song by Weber.

630.
come to the bark : song by J. Barnctt.

629.
O come volano : duet [? bv Lord Burg-

hersh]. 91.
commc : madrigal by Lasso. 149.
could I flow like thee: duet liy

Immyns. 80.
crudelta tirauna : canon by Metas-

tasio. 6.
cruel war ; fr. opera by Dibdin. 375.
d' amarissime onde : madrigal by

Lasso. 167.
Dafni ; song by Perucchini. 611.
dear life : madrigal by Bvrd. 150,

169 (23626, f.73).
O dear remember'd scenes : glee bv

Callcott. 106.
O death, how thou spoilst : glee (late

18th cent.). 104.
O death , rock me asleep : madrigal

(fcjnjh p]lizabeth, etc.). 139, 149.
— — song (after 1614). 467.
dei pas tori diletto : song bv Scarlatti.

509.
Dei, qual mi sorprende : song (18th

cent.). 587.
O del beir oriente ; fr. opera (after

1607?). 225.
O del silcnzio figlio : song by Reggio.

486.
O Delia : duet by W. -Jackson of Exeter.

75.
delizia degli orti : song by Pistocchi.

501.
O deir ombrosa notte amati orrori : song

by G. CasalottiC?). 492 (36S77, f.

103).
O Dick and Strephon : catch by Hilton.

30, 37.
O digne fils. v. Mais la guerre.
Dio, che nou e vero : song [bv

Porpora]. 524 (31516, f.77), 587

(31489, f. 134b).
O Dio, che sembrami : fr. opera (18th-

19th cent.). 370.



O Dio, Fileno : song bv Lord Burghersh.

614.
Dio, mancar mi sento ; fr. opera by

Conforti. 260.
O Dio, mio ben ; fr. opera by P.

Guglielmi. 299.
O Dio, perche nou vedi : madrigal

(16th cent.). 136.
O Dio, qual duolo : song by Leo. 512.
Dio, se in questo istante ; fr. opera

by Zelter. 384.
O Dio, sei troppo barbara ; f r. opera by

Pergolesi. 335.
divine love: madrigal by Ward. 153.
do not disapprove ; fr. opera by Balfe.

432.
do not melt thyself: song by J.

Wilson. 477, 480.
O do not near the waters move : song

(1704-1707). 505.
O do not run awav : madrigal [bv

M. Este]. 146.
O dolce anima mia : song bv G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 37)."

song by Reggio. 486.

dolce appresso un bel : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 121.
dolce aura: song bv G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f.91b).
dolce e caro istante ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 372.
dolce laccio. v. In un bel bosco.
O dolce mio tesoro : madrigal by Ge-

sualdo. 164.
dolci sguardi : song bv G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f. 119).
dolcissimo bacio. v. sweet kiss.
dolorosa sorte : madrigal bv Marenzio.

178.
donna, un solo amante : madrigal by

Reggio. 155.
O doubt me not : song arranged by

Hummel. 633.
draw your curtains : song by W.

Lawes. 473.
du, des Weltalls Schmuck : operatic

air by J. Weigh 387.
O Du, durch Die wir auf der Bahn :

song by [J. C] Franz. 599.
du eselhafter Martin : canon by

]\Iozart. 5.
du Nase : canon bv J. H. Hiller.

10.
ecstasy ; fr. opera bv Balfe. 426,

427.
effetto rio : madrigal bv Palestrina.

163.
Eloisa, art thou still the same : glee

by Callcott. 105.
England, my native isle : glee by

Clement Smith. 105.
fair content: song (after 1669?).

477.
O fair daughter: madrigal by Pales-
trina. 170.



812



INDEX I.



O fair, sweet face: song (after 1669?).

476.
fairest maid : catch bv Nares. 37

(31462, f . 65b), 40.
O fairest of the virgin band : glee by

W. Linley. 111.
() faithless maid : song (late 18th cent.).

596.
fear not my courage proved ; fr. opera

[by Shield]. 322.
O felice [colui] : madrigal [by Jan de

Gero]. 142.
O felice 1' onda : duet bv Pietro Grua or

Steffani. 58, 70, 77, 80 (2), 81.
O felici miei martiri ; fr. opera bv

Ariosti. 382.
femmina mendace : madrigal by Clari.

158. j

fidanza gentile : song by ^Marini. !

568.
O fie, what mean I ; fr. opera bv J. '

Eccles. 231. " ^

O Flora, anima mia : song by Scarlatti.

582. I

fly not : madrigal by Morley. 145, '

169, 174 (31413, f. 12b). '

O follow me, Tom : catch by J. Maynard. i

35.
O fools, can you not see. v. What '

needeth all this travail.
O footsteps gaily bounding : part-song

by Hatton. 456.
O for a muse of fire : duet (1717-1737).

62.
O forbear a while : madrigal (18th cent.).

170.
foriera del giorno : song by [? G. B.] '

Buononcini. 561.
fortunato quel fiumicello : duet by

Marcello. 82.
froward fate : madrigal by Cobbold.

149.
O gentle love: glee by Panby. 104,

108.
O gentle sleep : glee by Stevens. 103.
giorno sereno : cantata by Rossini. 23.
O give me a home : song by Hatton.

639.
gracious and worthiest of each

creature : madrigal by Croce. 152,

184.
grave dolor: madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 18).
graziosa e bella : madrigal (18th cent.).

175.
graziosa e cara : madrigal bv Croce.

140.
grief, if yet : madrigal by Donato.

141, 153, i87.
grief, where shall poor grief : madrigal

by Bennet. 174 (31442, f. 16b, etc.).
O guardian of that sacred land : ode by

T. Linley, jun. 222.
O gu6 Ian la. r. Messieurs les petits

Peres ; P^cheurs et gens du monde.



O had I a cave : duet arranged bv

Havdn. 93 ;— by I. Pleyel. 87

(35278, f. 3b, etc).
had I been by fate decreed : glee

adapted by T. Miles from [S.] Howard,

115.
had not Venus been beguil'd : mad-
rigal by Hilton. 191 (31419, f. 11).
had we some bright little isle : song

arranged by J. N. Hummel. 633.
had you but seen; fr. opera bv

Dibdin. 376.
harmony, to thee : glee by Atterbury.

104.
harmony, where's now thy pow'r :

ode by Clark. 220.
O hast thou then prov'd false ; fr. opera

by Balfe. 426.
hear me, heavenly powers : madrigal

by Marenzio. 152.
hold your hands : catch by Byrd.

29, 37 (31462, f. 23), 39.
O hope, thou soother: duet bv S.

Webbe. 85.
O how blest and how innocent : song

by the Duke of Monmouth (?). 480.
how can I : song arranged by Haydn.

619.
O how charming: catch by Callcott.

33.
how fortunate they : madrigal by

R. Ramsey. 138.
how I abhor ; fr. opera by R. Smith.

228.
how I'm tortur'd : song by J. Gamble.

497.
O how pleasant 'tis : madrigal (18th

cent.). 170.
how shall I in language weak : glee

adapted by T. Miles from H. Carey.

115.
how the spring of love : glee liy

Stevens. 103.
how to bid my love adieu : song by

S. Wesley. 638.
I hae lost my silken snood : song

arranged by Kozeluch. 602, 603

(35278, ff. 9b, 17, 22).
O if a trace ; fr. opera by Dibdin.

375.
if there were one gentle eye ; fr.

opera l)y Balfe. 426.
O if you see that ladv : catch (1833).

45.
ihr Geliebten : song by Hummel (?).

632.
it's bra\v to be married : Scotch tune

(18th cent.). 207.
Jove, from stately throne : madrigal

by Farrant. 137.
joy, shepherds : song (1681). 483.
Kenmure 's on ancT awa' : song by

J. Barnett. 629.
konnten wir Korper-gesundheit dir

geben. v. Heil dem Jiingling.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



813



O komm, Geliebter. v. come then,

love.
ladv dear : madrigal by Blarenzio.

lOO." ,

O lark from morning's gatewaj'. v.

God gives a bourn.
lassie, art thou sleeping : song

arranged by Haydn. 618.
lay me near some limpid stream :

glee by Callcott. 102, 106.
O lead me to some peaceful gloom :

glee by F. Hutcheson. 104.

fr. opera by H. Purcell. 244,247.

O leave me in pity ; fr. opera bv

Dibdin. 375.
leggiadre amorose. i. Chi desia di

veder.
leggiadri occhi : song by G. Casa-

lotti{'?). 492 (.36877, f. 43).
let me haunt : catch bv Callcott.

33.
O let me in this ae night : song arranged

by Kozeluch. 602, 604 (35279, fi. 2, 9).
O let me weep : song bv H. Purcell.

505.
let the merry peal : catch by Danby.

41.
O let us howl : song (1630). 471.
Logan : song arranged by Haydn.

617.
Logic o' Buchan : duet arranged by

Kozeluch. 87 (35278, ff. 8b, 16b,

23b, etc.).
" Ion Ian la." v. " Landerirette."
love, are all those arrows gone : song

by W. Lawes. 473.
love, cruel love ; fr. opera bv Dibdin.

375.
love, for Sylvia let me gain the

prize : catch by T. iMiles. 44,
love, how swift : glee bv Callcott.

106.
love, thou art enrag'd : madrigal

(after 1604). 144.
love, thy fire exceedeth : madrigal

(after 1611). 147.
lovely, loveless sweet : madrigal by

T. Wilkinson. 138.
O lumi, piaugete : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
lusty INIay : part-song (after 1604, etc.).

451 (2).
O maiden fair ; fr. opera, adapted from

Paisiello. 396.
O mars, que veux-tu : song (after 1726,

etc.). 520, 537, 557 (King's 382,

f.86b).
me felice : song by — Murray. 611.



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