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Once on a time : cantata by Hook. 17.

Once, twice, thrice I Julia tried : catch

by H. Purcell. 27, 29, 37 (31462,

f. 23b), 39.

Once Venus' cheeks: trio by H. Lawes.

652.
Oncques amour ne fut : madrigal (two
settings) [? by J. T. Gerarde]. 132,
133.
Ondad' amaro pianto : song by Marcello.

526.
Onde amabili. v. Lungi dalla mia

bella.
Onde chiare : song (1724). 514.
Ondeggiante agitato, v. "II prigionier

fortunato."
One a penny : catch bv [L.] Atterbury.

45.
One day I heard: song by I. Pleyel.

600.
One day I wrote her name : song by

Greene. 527.
One have I lost : song (after 1600). 466.
" One in six " (18bh cent.). 199 (74).
" One in ten" (18th cent.). 199 (76).
One industrious insect : catch by H.

Purcell. 41.
One is good. v. Small paths.
One long Whitsun holiday : English

tune [?by H. Purcell]. 199 (44).
One morning early : song by I. Pleyel.

600.
One niorning very early : song by

Giordani. 574.
One mountain nigger ; fr. opera by
- Dibdin. 375, 376.
One negro ; fr. table entertainment by

Dibdin. 646.
One night, when all the village sleep :

song by Grabu. 482.
One struggle more : song by Lodge-

EUerton. 627.
One, two, three : catch by [H.j Purcell.

45.
Only tell her that I love : song (1717-

1737). 503.
"Only think of it" (18th cent.). 199

(56).
Only to you, my lady : madrigal (after

1604). 144.
" Onorio " : opera by F. Ciampi. 257.
Open your eyes : catch by S. Webbe.

32.
Opprimete i contumaci ; fr. opera by

Galuppi. 368.

Or adieu done : song (after 1744). 530.

Or appreuez, braves Fran<;ais, la mort :

song (after 1744, etc.). 545, 557

(King's 334, f. 172).

Or che a noi rimena : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 32).
Or che amor : madrigal by Ingegneri.
166.



Or che barbara sorte : song by Leo.

512, 564.
Or che del ciel : song by Reggio. 496.
Or che di te son privo : song by

Scarlatti. 511.
Or che disciolto : song by Bencini.

562.
Or che e dal sol difesa : song by Leo.

590.
Or che esce fuor 1' aurora : song by G.

Casalotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 9b).
Or che fia mai. v. Fuoco e la chioma.
Or che fra nube : song (beg. 19th cent.,

etc.). 609, 612.
Or che ho sentito : song by C. Manelli,

del Violino. 495.
Or che il ciel ; fr. opera by F. Bianchi.
827.

fr. opera by Tarchi. 320.

Or che in te miro ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 236.
Or che la notte ognor color : madrigal

by Marenzio (?). 136.
Or che la notte ombrosa : song by

L. K. Widmann. 611, 613.
Or che lungi son io : song by Scarlatti.

526.
Or che uiega i doui naiei : song by

Cimarosa. 592, 606.
Or che stance : song by Pollarolo.

561.
Or che una nube iugrata : song by
Porpora. 524 (31516, f. 64b), 587
(31489, f. 106b), 593 (32588, f.63).
Or che vestita a bruno : song (1683 ?).

485.
Or come augel. v. Fui vicino.
Or del tuo ben ; fr. opera by Hassc.

278.
Or dites-nous, Marie, v. Messieurs nos

generaux sont ; etc.
Or dunque perche : song by Colonnese.

490, 499.
Or dcoutez avec horreur : song (after

1744). 550.
Or 6coutez, braves Frantjais, la mort.

V. Or apprenez.
Or ecoutez, braves Francjais, le malheur :

song (after 1744). 538.
Or ecoutez, grands et petits. v. also Or

ecoutez, petits et grands.
Or ecoutez, grands et petits, ce qui se

passe: song (after 1744). 550.
Or ecoutez, grands et petits, combien

redoutable: song (after 1744). 544.
Or Ecoutez, grands et petits, les des-

seins : song (after 1749). 557.
Or 6coutez, grands et petits ; soyez

attentifs : song (after 1744). 545.
Or ecoutez, grands et petits ; venez :
song (after 1744,(2^0.). 551, 557 (King's
336, f. 144).
Or ecoutez la belle histoire : song (after
' 1744, etc.). 535, 557 (King's 331,
f. 183).



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



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Or ecoatez la noble histoire. v. Or

6coutez la belle histoire.
Or ecoutez la nouvelle ; song (after

1744, etc.). 547, 557 (King's 335,

f. 141b).
Or Ecoutez, mes chers amis : song (after

1744). 545.
Or ecoutez, noble assistance : song (after

1726, etc.). 521, 587, 557 (King's 332,

f. 120b).
Or ecoutez, pauvres Franpais : song

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

330, f. 89).
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, cet

exemple : song (after 1744). 551.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, I'histoire

d'un evenement : song (after 1749).

557.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, I'histoire

d'un triste accident : song (after 1744,

etc.). 552, 557 (King's 337, ff. 89,

183).
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, I'histoire

de mes quatre enfants : song (after

1744). 535.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, le malheur :

song (after nu,etc.). 546, 557 (King's

335, f. 41).
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, le memor-
able : song (after 1744). 555.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, le tres

sinistre evenement. v. Or ecoutez,

petits et grands, un tres sinistre.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, les actes :

song (after 1744). 551.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, nobles :

song (after 1744). 553.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, nos seig-
neurs : song (after 1744). 546.
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, un evene-
ment : song (after 1744). 555.
Or ecoutez, petits et grands, un tres

sinistre 6venement : song (after 1744).

546, 557 (King's 335, f.25).
Or Ecoutez, petits et grands, un vol :

song (after 1744). 558.
Or ecoutez, peuple de i'rance : song

(after 1726). 518.
Or est venu le printemps : madrigal

(two settings) by J. T. Gerarde. 135.
Or r infelice. v. Que dira toute la

France.
Or lieto : madrigal [by B. Pallavicino].

143.
Or mentre io dormo : duet by Durante.

94.
Or nous dites, comtesse : song (after

1726). 520.
Or nous dites, de Luynes : song (after

1744, etc.). 532, 557 (King's 381,

f.l4).
Or nous dites, duchesse : song (after

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

f.ll3).
Or nous dites, la Beaume : song (after



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

f. 88b).
Or nous dites, Marie (after 1726, etc.).

V. Or nous dites, Comtesse ; Quand

ce grand capitaine ; Viens vite ; etc.
Or nous dites, Vieuville : song (after

1726). 521.
Or perche lasso, v. Mentre 1' aura spiro.
Or pien d' altro desio : madrigal by

Marenzio. 178.
Or poi mia trista sorte : madrigal by A.

Ferrabosco, sen. 158.
Or que I'ai sous ma loi : song by J. J.

Rousseau. 570.
Or se il gelo. v. se poteste.
Or sus, amour: madrigal (?16tb cent.).

142.
Or sus ! Chantons. v. Or Ecoutez la

belle histoire.
Or sus ! Que je vous instruise : song

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

387, ff.57b, 186b).
Or sus ! Vous dormez : madrigal (15th-

16th cent.). 122.
Or ti conosco : song (eairly 19th cent.).

612.
Or va, canzona mia : madrigal by Fer-

retti. 155, 189.
Or vantatevi : song by Ariosti. 508.
Or vedi, amor : madrigal by Marenzio.

179.
Or veggio : madrigal [by B. Pallavicino].

143.
Or venez, tous braves Fran^ais : song

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

835, f. 202b).
" Oran gaoil." v. As on an eminence I

stood ; Behold the hour.
Ore pin placide ; fr. opera (18th-19th

cent.). 370.
"Oreste": opera by Cimarosa. f . Cara,

nel pianto mio.

part of pasticcio by Handel, etc.

445.

cantata (a 2) by Zingarelli. r.

Veugo a te.

" Orfeo." V. Dall amor piu sventurato.

"Orfeo ed Euridice" : opera by Gluck.
361, 862.

Orgoglioso fiumicello : song [by Cima-
rosa]. 606.

song by Hasse. 514, 527, 584.

" Orione " : part of opera by J. C. Bach.

345.
"Orlando": opera by Handel. 338,

861. V. also Consolati, o bella ; Sorge

infausta.
" Orlando Paladino " : opera by Haydn.

305, 311.
Orleans va venir : song (after 1744, etc.).

545, 557 (King's 334, f. 198b).
Orme che sovra il suolo : song by Co-

lonna. 488.
" Ormisda " : opera by Capelli. v. Sono

amante e sono figlia.



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INDEX I.



" Ormisda " : opera by [P.] Conti. 258.
"Oroouoko." V. A lass there lives;

Celemeue, pray tell me.
"Orph^e": opera by Clerambault. v.

Le fameux chantre.
opera by L. LuUy (?). v. Cher

Tircis.
Orpheus could lead the savage race ; fr.

ode by S. Wesley. 224.
Orpheus, Orpheus, gently touch :

trio by W. Lawes. 648.
Orrida nube ; fr. opera bv JommeUi.

334.
"Oscar and Malvina": fragment of

opera [by Shield and Reeve]. 323.
Oscura notte : madrigal [? by Soriano].

131.
" Otello" : opera by Rossini. 437.
Other eyes ; fr. opera by Reeve. 410.
" Ottone " : opera by Handel. 261-2 (2),

347, 446. V. also A teneri affetti ;



Afianni del pensier ;
Bench^ mi sia crudele ;
mio petto ; Cervo altier
i flutti ; Deh non dir ;



Alia fama ;

Cara tu net

D' innalzar

Del minac-



ciar del vento ; Dell' onda ; Di far le
sue vendette ; Dopo 1' orrore ; Gode
r alma ; lo sperai trovar riposo ; La
speranza e giunta ; Nel tuo sangue ;
No, non temer ; Non tardate a fes-
teggiar ; Notte cara ; Pensa ad amare ;
Pur che regni ; Se io dir potessi ; Se
or mi dai pene ; Spera si, mi dice il
cor ; Tanti affanni ; Tra queste care
ombre ; Trema, tiranno ; Tu puoi
straziarmi ; Un disprezzato affetto ;
Vieni, o figlio ; Vinto e 1' amor.

Ou, diable, prenez-vous Louis : song
(after 1744). 555.

Ou etes-vous alles. v. Gens de cour.

Ou menes-tu ce beau soleil : song by
L. Opstraet van der Moelen. 471.

Ou s'en vont ces gais bergers. v. Notre
roi Ludovicus ; Que dit-on de mon
op6ra.

Oil sont maintenant : song by L. Op-
straet van der Moelen. 471.

Ou trouver une fille charmante : song
(after 1744, e^c). 548, 557 (King's
335, f. 208b).

Oublions tons les maux. v. Oublions
tout le mal.

Oublions tout le mal : song (after 1744,
etc.). 542, 557 (King's 334, f. 2).

Ough (sic) warder mount : madrigal
(tenqi. Henry VHI.). 126.

" Oui da." V. Pour la Champr6.

Oui, je le dis : song (after 1744, etc.).
532, 557 (King's 330, f. 155).

Oui, je t'aime : song by L. Puget. 6.37.

Oui, je tiens la chose certaine : song
(after 1744, etc.). 538, 557 (King's
332, f. 140).

Oui, la victoire a demand^ : song (after
1744). 529.



Oui, le dieu de Paphos : duet (1757).

69.
Oui, vous en feriez la folic : song (1760).

566.
Oui, vous etiez de la partie : song (after

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

f. 88).
Our country swains : madrigal by

Weelkes. 186.
Our gallants : song arranged by Havdn.

619.
Our hasty life : madrigal by T. Tomkins.

162.
Our love 's so watch'd : song by J.

Gamble. 497.
Our inerry ship : duet by Bishop. 96.
Our time thus most heavily passes ; f r.

opera by Dibdin. 377.
Out from the vale of deep despair :

madrigal by Ward. 153.
Outr6 du trop libre sermon : song (after

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

f. 21b).
Ove fuor del mio seuo : song bv Scar-
latti. 589.
Ove il bel viso : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
Ove son? Che ascoltai : duet (fr. " Al-

ceste ") by Zingarelli. 89.
Ove tra 1' erbe : madrigal by Croce.

140.
Over hill, over dale : part-song by

Hatton. 456.
Over the hills and away to Newbigging :

Scotch tune (18th cent.). 207.
Over the hills and far awa' : Scotch

tune (ISth cent.). 207 (2). v. also

Jocky met with Jenny fair ; O how

can I.
" Over the movmtain." ?;. I dwell here

in content.
Over the mountains: song (after 1653).

474.
" Over the snow." v. ! Star-beams.
"Over the water": Scotch tune (18th

cent.). 208.
"Over the water to Charlie": Scotch

tune (18th cent.). 207.

song arranged by Haydn. 618.

V. also Come, boat me o'er.

Owain Goch. v. How dear the shower.
"Oxford, Old " (18th cent.). 199 (77).
Oyez ! v. yes.

Pace, amor ; fr. opera by II duca di
Caputo. 289.

fr. opera [? by Hummel]. 319.

Pace, mio caro sposo ; fr. opera by V

Martin y Solar. 370.
"Pace uon trovo " : madrigal founded

on that air ; by Palestrina. 163.
Pace ti chiedo : song (early 19th cent.).

612.
Pacha tant attendu : air fr. opera by

Campra. 555.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



823



Pack, clouds, awav : glee bv Stevens.

103.
Padre, addio : song by Buini. 528.
Padre amato ; fr. opera by Handel.

340.
Padre, fedel ti sono : song by Giaii.

528.
Padre, sposo ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

361.
Padrona, compatimi ; fr. opera (after

1794, etc.). 315, 610 (2).
Pais, Salins : song (after 1744, etc.).

584, 557 (King's 381, f. 101).
Pale faces, stand by : catch by H.

Purcell. 42, 45.
Pale mirror of resplendent light : song

by S. Wesley. 638.
Palesar vuo : duet by Steffani. 89.
Pallida gelosia : madrigal by IMaren-

zio ('?). 136.
Pallidetta viola : song by Pistocchi.

490, 563.
" Palmira ": opera by Salieri. 316. v.

also Luci amate.
Palpita r alma in seno ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
"Pamela maritata." t'. " La Pamela

maritata."
" Pan and Syrinx" : opera by Galliard.

250.
Pancrace Pellegrin: song (after 1744).

553.
Pandalidon: madrigal (16th cent.). 132,
' ' Pandulpho." v. Pour down your ears.
Pausing in spirit : madrigal (after 1604).

144.
"Pant corlan yr wyn " : duet arranged

by Haydn. 94 (2).
"Paolo e Virginia " ('?). v. Pupille

venose.
" Par bonheur." v. De I'objet.
Par che di giubilo ; fr. opera by Jom-
melli. 272.
Par che mi dica il cor : song by Gas-

parini. 563.
Par d'innocents plaisirs ; fr. opera by

Campra and Desmarets. 267.
Par faute d'argent : madrigal by J.

Gallus. 160.
Par faute d'une : madrigal by Piston,

176.
Par le bruit que fit la renomm^e : song

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

331, f.51b).
Par le grand bruit: song (after 1726).

518,
Par les conseils : song (after 1744). 555.
Par piti6 daignez-vous : song (after

1794). 576.
Par sa grimace : song (after 1744). 529.
Par sa 16g6rete : song (18th cent.). 593,
Par trop aimer : madrigal by Manchi-

court. 161.
Par un attentat : song (after 1744, etc.).
538, 557 (King's 332, f. 163).



Par un jour de matinee : madrigal (1st

half of 16th cent.). 127.
Par vous seule : madrigal (16th cent.).

132.
Paraissez, jus charmant : duet (1757).

67.
Parbleu, monseigneur de Paris : song

(after 1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's

336, f. 141).
Pardon a moi. v. Adieu, mes amours.
" Pardonne-lui." v. Comme une frele

sensitive.
Pardonne-moi. J'attends : song by A.

de Beauplan. 637.
Pardonnez-moi, graude princesse : song

(after 1744, etc.). 529, 557 (King's

380, f. 19).
Pare appunto un' amorino ; fr. opera

[? by Hummel], 319.
"Paride ed Elena": part of opera by

Gluck. 343.
Paris, au parti fidele : song (after 1744).

551.
" Paris in the olden time." v. " Henri

quatre,"
Paris n'est qu'un village ; fr. opera [by

LuUy]. 256 (words).
Parla mia pena : song by Scarlatti.

515, 516.
Parlami pur d' amore ; fr. opera (late

17th cent.). 235.
Parlo e rido : duet by Steffani. 77.
Parlo misero : madrigal (late 17th cent.).

156.
song by G. Casalotti (?). 492

(36877, f. 38).

song by Reggio. 486.



Parmi cette troupe : song (after 1744,

etc.). 539, 557 (King's 332, f. 196b).
Parmi gia che s' appressi ; fr. opera by

JommeUi. 334.
" Parnasso in festa." v. Circondin lor

vite ; Torni pure.
Parole poco pensate : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Parolette, vezzi e sguardi : words of

opera by Handel. 325.
Parona. v. Padrona.
Partage mille fois : song (1615-1618).

467.
Partageons la vie : duet (1757). 69.
Partant pour la Syrie : song by Hor-

tense. Queen of Holland. 623.
Parte il verno ; fr. opera (1747-1748).

276.
Parte, si, con dolore : madrigal by

Francesco da Firenze, 121.
" Partenope" : march fr. the opera by

Handel. 446.

• opera by Vinci (?). 252.

Partenza, che parti in pezzi : song by

G. [B.] Buononcini. 562.
Partez d'abord. v. La trompette sonne ;

Quand on veut m^dire ; etc.
Partez, guerriers : duet (1757). 67.



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INDEX I.



Partez, jeiaue et vaillant heros : soug

(after 1744, etc.). rA2, 557 (King's

333, f. 186).
Parti da me spietato ; fr. opera by

G. Scarlatti. 268.
Parti dal core ; fr. opera (mid. 18th

cent.). 287.
Parti r idolo mio : song [by Handel].

582.
" Parting and meeting." v. A gallant

ship.
Parting to death we will compare :

song by S. Wesley. 572, 636, 638.
Partir conviene : song by Jommelli.

592.
Partiro dal caro bene ; fr. opera by

Cimarosa. 320.
Partiro ? Non posso ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 290.
Partiro, vita mia : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 141).
Partite da me ; fr. opera (late 17th

cent.). 234.
Parto 1 Addio. v. " Scipione nelle

Spagne."
Parto, ben mio ; fr. opera by Gonetti.

365.
Parto, crudel tiranno ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 288.
Parto da voi : madrigal by Marenzio.

140, 152 (no. 66), 173, 178, 184.

madrigal by Claudio [Merulo].

140.

Parto, e nemmeuo addio ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 278.
Parto, e ver ; fr. opera by Jommelli.

3.34.
Parto ! La sorte ; fr. opera by Bernas-

coni. 271.
Parto, ma del mio affanno ; fr. opera

by Hasse. 341.
Parto, ma pargoletto da me non parte

amor ; fr. opera (late 17th cent.). 235.
Parto, ma tu, ben mio ; fr. opera by

Mozart. 363.
Parto, ma tutto il core ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 287.
Parto, mio bene ! Addio : song (early

19th cent.). 612.
Parto ! Non ti sdegnar ; fr. opera by

Leo. 326.

fr. opera by Pergolesi. 385.

Parto, perch6 ; fr. opera by Leo. 342.
Parto qual pastorello ; fr. opera by

Hasse. 283.
Parto ! Resto ; fr. opera by Sacchini.

866.
Parto, se vuoi ; fr. opera by Hasse. 286.
Parto ! Ti lascio il core : song by Porta.

527.
Parto ! Ti lascio, o cara ; fr. opera by

Cocchi. 276, 284.

fr. opera by Porpora. 261, 287.

Parto ! Ti lascio, o Dio ; fr. opera by

J. S. Mayer. 889,



Partomi, donna : song by G. Casalotti(?).

492 (36877, f. 25).
Partons, mes chers amis : song (after

1744). 535.
Partout j'entends: song (after 1744,

etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332, f. 170b).
Partout on je porte mes pas : song by

— Morel. 525.
Pass the grog ; fr. opera by Balfe. 427.
Passa da pene in pene : song by Hasse.

556, 590.
Passa la nave : madrigal by G. de Wert.

166.
Passando con pensier : madrigal by

Marenzio. 179.
Passano i giorni piu lieti : madrigal by

G. B. Martini. 178.
Passant dessus un pont. v. Ah, Madame

Auroux.
Passeggier che incerto ; fr. opera by

Giacomelli. 282.
Passeggier che suUa sponda ; f r. opera

(mid. 18th cent.). 284.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 845.

Passo i giorni. v. Troppo cruda k.
Pastime with good company : madrigal

by Henry VIII. 125, 126.

Pastora, ta galana : song (1G81).
Apparently by [Christopher ?] Fish-
burn. 482.

Pastorella gentil : song (18th cent.).
593.

Pastorella innamorata : song by Scar-
latti. 588.

Pastorella, io giurerei ; fr. opera by
Piccinni. 292.

Pastorelle, che piangete : song by Por-
pora. 584.

Pata pata patapon : song (after 1726).
518.

fr. opera [? by Colasse]. 254

(words).

Patrick O'Row ; fr. table entertainment

by Dibdin. 643, 645.
Patron of the tuneful nine : ode [? by

J. Eccles]. 212.
"Patty's delight" (18th cent.). 201

(226).
"Patty's whim" (18th cent.). 202

(315).
"Paul et Virginie" : part of opera by

Hummel. 420.
Paul Pelisson : song (after 1744, etc.).

539, 557 (King's 332, f. 228).
Pauvreavare ; fr. opera [byLuUy]. 254.
Pauvre ermite : song (ISth cent.). 579.
Pauvre Languet. v. Un circoncis.
"Pauvre Madelon " : French tune (18th

cent.). 203.
Pauvre Urania ; fr. opera [? by Lullv].

273, 277 (King's 331, f.l29).
Payez vos cr6anciers : song (after 1744).

552.
Peace to the souls of the heroes : glee

by Callcott. 108, 110.



INITIAL WORDS AND TITLES.



825



Peace to thy feeling heart : glee (late

18th cent.). 108.
Peaceful is he and most secure : song

by Blow. 481, 483, 494, 498, 501.
Peaceful slumb'ring ; fr. opera [by

Spofforth]. 320.
Pearl, crystal, gold and ruby : madrigal

by Fel. Anerio. 142.
Pearly tears she sadly shed : song by

Bishop. 634.
P^cheurs et gens du monde : song (after

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

f. 121b).
Pecorelle che pascete : song by Mar-
cello. 510, 560, 586.
Pecorelle, correte ; song by Mancini.

512.
Pecti nihil me sicut antea juvat : motet

by J. Fries and H. Textor. 197.
Peggio far. v. Lungi dall' idol mio.
Peggy, I must love thee : duet arranged

by Haydn. 92, 93.

V. also As from a rock.

Peine et travail ; madrigal by Gombert.

134.
Peine me tourmente : madrigal by J.

L'Archier. 177.
Pelissier, Marseille a des chaines : song

(after 1744, etc.). 550, 557 (King's

336, f. 178b).
Pellegrino io son d' amore : song (1st

half of 18th cent.). 559.
" Pelope " : opera by Jommelli. v.

Forse, chi sa ; Salda rupe.
Penando io moro : canon (19th cent.).

12.
Penar nou vogiio : song by G. Porta.

528.
Pendant cette nuit : song (after 1744,

etc.). 538, 557 (King's 332, f. 168b).
Pendant les chaleurs de I'et^ : song

(18th cent.). 579.
Pendant que nous allons : song (after

1726). 518.
Pendant que nous sommes en Flandre :

song (after 1744). 632.
Pende dal sen di Filli : song by G. B.

Buononcini. 490.
Pendule est morte. v. Alceste est morte.
Pene, che volete : duet by L. Rossi. 56.

duet by Steffani. 90.

"Penelope" : opera by Cimarosa. 314

(2). V. also Da questo lido ; Idol mio
pietoso.

opera by Galuppi.



V. A questa

bianca mano ; Mano che per valor ;

Vanne a quel nobil core.
Penelope ever was praised : madrigal

[by Byrd]. 147, 149.
Penelope that longed : madrigal by

Byrd. 159, 169 (23626, f. 53b).
Peni tu per un ingrata ; fr. opera by

Jommelli. 271.
" Penitent love in a hermit's cell." v.

So fickle of late.



Peno, e del mio penar : song by Scar-
latti. 515, 516.

Peno, e 1' alma fedele : song by [? G. B.]
Buononcini. 590.

Pensa a serbarmi ; fr. opera (mid. 18th
cent.). 288.

fr. opera by F. L. Gassmann. 299.

fr. opera by Jommelli. 270.

fr. opera by Traetta. 298.

duet [? by Vento]. 71.

Pensa ad amare ; f r. opera by Handel,

261, 297.
Pensa, bell' idol mio : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Pensa che amante sei ; fr. opera (mid.

18th cent.). 284.
Pensa che questo istante ; fr. opera by

Righini. 366.
Pensa che rea son ; fr. opera by Sarri.

268.
Pensa che sei crudel : duet by Lodge-

EUerton. 96.
Pensa, Don Marcantonio ; fr. opera bv

Abos. .327.
Pensa, o core : duet by Steffani. 77.
Pensando a quel momento : song by

Marcello. 561.
Pensez de faire garnison : madrigal

(early 16th cent.). 123.
Pensez-vous r^duire: song (after 1749).

557.
Pensier, che lusingati ; fr. opera bv

Piccinni. 349.
Pensier, che sei inflessibile : song by

Scarlatti. 516.
Pensier m' aggira : madrigal by A. della

Faya. 158 (Add. 5050, f. 10).
Pensier mio : song (after 1699, etc.).

491, 499.
Pensieri, armatevi : song (17th-18th

cent.). 500.
Pensieri, consigiiatemi : song by Pas-

quini. 490, 499.
"Pensieri notturni di Filli." v. Nel

dolce deir obblio.
Pensieri severi : song by G. Cola. 504.
Pensieri, voimitormentate. iJ."Oreste."
Pensieroso il vostro sposo ; fr. opera by

Siissmayr. 317.
Pensive I sat : song (1695). 487.
Pensive, with wand'ring steps : song by

W. Jackson [of Exeter?]. 577.
Penso che non ho core : song by Scar-
latti. 516.
Penso, ne so risolvere : song (1721).

513.
Penso pero. v. Fuoco e la chioma.
Pensoso affiitto : song [by L. Rossi].

494.
Pent within her prison : song by J.

Barnett. 629.
Per abbattere la sorte ; fr. opera (18th

cent.). 342.
Per allegrezza : madrigal (15th-lGth

cent.). 121.



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INDEX I.



madrigal by P. di
V. also In qual

song (1656-1659).

; fr. opera by Gia-



Per amor ; fr. opera by Vinci. 335.
Per carita, Bettina : song (early 19th

cent.). 610.
Per consolar niie pene : song by Buo-

noncini or Tosi. 501, 563.
Per costume ; fr. opera by Paisiello.

385.
Per creder troppo : song by G. Casa-

lotti (?). 492 (36877, f. 140b).
Per dar lampo : song by Scarlatti. 490,

499.
Per dar vita ; fr. opera by Leo. 342.
Per deridere : song (after 1099, etc.).

491, 499.
Per disperato : madrigal (16th cent.).

136.
Per divina bellezza :

Monte. 167, 187.

parte.
Per doglia infinita :

475.
Per dolce mio riposo

comeUi. 392.
Per dui coralli : madrigal by Llarenzio.

179.
Per farmi amar : song by Scarlatti.

508.
Per formar si vaga. v. Dite, miei

pianti.
Per i monti : song by G. Casalotti (?).

492 (36877, f.30b).
Per isparvierare : madrigal (15th-16th

cent.). 121.
Per r affluenza : madrigal by F. [Lan-

dino] degli Organi. 122.
Per lei fra 1' armi ; f r. opera by Bernas-

coni. 271,327.
— — fr. opera by Jommelli. 299.

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

Per me, funeste faci : song (17th-18th

cent.). 501.
Per me, non la so

Scarlatti. 233.
Per me non spunta

Scarlatti. 271.
Per mostrarti, amor : song (early 19th

cent.). 612.
Per non mi dir : madrigal by L. Ma-

renzio or M. A. Rossi. 136, 176.
Per pianto la mia carne : madrigal by

Lasso. 158, 167.
Per pieta, bell' idol mio, mio tesoro ;

fr. opera by Cimarosa. 373.
Per pieta, bell' idol mio, non mi dir :

song [? by Lord Burghersh]. 614.

fr. opera (?), by Hummel. 386.



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