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His other compositions comprise a string
quartet ; a trio for pianoforte, violin, and
violoncello ; Ballad for chorus and orches-
tra ; Songs, aud part-songs.

HUSS, JOHANN, oratorio, text by Dr.
A. Zeune, music by Carl Loewe, first per-
formed by the Singakademie, Berlin, in
1841, under the direction of the composer.
Given in Quedlinburg under Theodor Foreh-
Immmer, and in Halle under Zehler in 1884.
Arranged for pianoforte by the composer.
Published by Ed. Bote aud G. Bock (Ber-
lin, 1842). Allgem. mus. Zeitung, vol. II.
817 ; Schumann, Gesamm. Schr., ii. 298.

HUTOY, EUGENE, born at Liege, July
2, 1844, died there, Feb. 17, 1889. Dramatic
composer, pupil at the Liege Conservatoire,
where he became professor of solfege in
1872. Works : Quiroco et Cristi, comic
opera, given at Liege, Pavilion de Flore,
1872 ; La posada, ou le souper du roi, ib.,
Theatre Royal, 1874. Fetis, Supplement,
ii. 9.

HUTSCHENRUIJTER, WILLEM, born
in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Dec. 25, 1796,
died there, Nov. 18, 1878. Instrumental
and vocal composer, pupil of Hummel and
Romberg, studied the violin under Dah-
men, afterwards the horn and trumpet, and
became one of the leading performers on
these instruments in Holland. He entered
the city orchestra, and in 1821 founded the
music corps of the Civic Guard, and in 1822
became Kapelmeester of both corporations.
He founded also the society of the Eruditio
Musica in 182G, became director of the
Euterpe Choral Society, and of the Musis
Sacrum Society, was professor at the School



of Music, aud Kapelmeester of St. Dominik's
Church, organized and conducted a church
choir at Schiedam, received the honorary
title of Kapelmeester at Delft, and was a
member of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in
Rome. Order of the Oaken Crown in 1858.
Works : Le roi de Boheme, opera, given at
Rotterdam ; 4 symphonies for full orchestra ;
2 concert overtures (crowned by the Neth-
erlaud Music Society) ; Overtures for wind
instruments ; Several collections of songs ;
Masses, cantatas, songs for schools, and
more than 150 compositions for wind in-
struments. Mendel ; Riemaun ; Fetis, Sup-
plement, ii. 9 ; Viotta.

HTJTTENBRENNER, ANSELM, born at
Gratz, Styria, Oct. 13, 1794, died at Ober-
Andritz, near Gratz, June 5, 18G8. Dra-
matic and church composer, first instructed
by the organist Matthiius Gell, in singing
and on the pianoforte, then pupil in com-
position of Salieri in Vienna, where he was
intimate with Beethoven, who died in his
arms, and Schubert, who was his co-disciple.
From 1816 he appeared successfully in pub-
lic as a pianist but, obliged to assume the
administration of the family estate on his
father's death, he returned to Gratz in 1820,
and did much towards the promotion of
musical life there ; in 1825 he was elected
director of the Musikverein. He wrote also
musical criticisms for various publications.
Works : Die frauzOsische Einquartierung,
comic opera (1819), not given ; Armella, oder
die beideu Vicekonigiimeu, do., given afc
Gratz, 1827 ; Lenore, opera, ib., 1835 and
(enlarged) 1837 ; Ocdip auf Kolonos, op-
era ; 9 masses ; 3 Requiems ; 5 symphonies ;
10 overtures ; 3 funeral marches ; 2 quar-
tets for strings ; Quintet for do. ; Sonatas,
24 fugues, and other compositions for pi-
anoforte ; 300 quartets for male voices, aud
choruses ; over 200 songs, etc. Leituer,
Ans. Hiittenbrenner (Gratz, 1868) ; Men-
del ; Wurzbach.

HYE, Mme DE LA. See La Hye.

HYLLESTED, AUGUST, born of Dan-
ish parentage in Stockholm, Sweden, June



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HYMBER




17, 1858, still living 1889. Pianist, son of
Rasmus Maclseu Hyllested, Stadmusicus,
Stockholm, pupil at
the Royal Conserva-
toire in Copenhagen,
1871-76, on the piano-
forte of Edmund Neu-
pert, and in composi-
tion of Niels W. Gade.
In 1879 he studied in
Berlin under Kullak
and Xaver Scharwen-
ka ; in 1880 at Weimar

under Liszt, and on his return to Berlin
counterpoint under F. Kiel. When ten
years old he gave pianoforte recitals
throughout Scandinavia, and in 1876 be-
came organist of the Nykjobing (Denmark)
Cathedral, and conductor of the Musical So-
ciety. In 1879 he went to Germany, and in
1883-84 made concert tours through Great
Britain. In 1885 he went to New York, and
gave concerts in connection with Ovide Mu-
sin, the violinist ; and has since given piano-
forte recitals in the principal eastern cities of
the United States, and in Canada. In 1886 he
became assistant director of the Chicago Mu-
sical College. Works : Marche Triomphale,
for orchestra ; Pieces for the pianoforte,
among them variations, transcriptions, etc.

HYMBER, WERNER, born at Johnitz,
Bohemia, March 4, 1734, died at Kukus,
ib., in 1810. Virtuoso on the violin, pupil
of Lolli, Fismanu, and Luoggi, and in Vi-
enna of Seuche in composition. He entered
the order of the Hospitallers in 1755, was
sent to Vienna as choir-master of their
church there, in 1770 became prior of the
monastery at Prossnitz, Moravia, and in
1790 was regens chori at the church of his
order at Kukus, Bohemia. His masses,
offertories, symphonies, concertos, and arias
are preserved in the archives of his order.
Dlabacz ; Wurzbach.

HYMN TO APOLLO, chorus for male
voices with pianoforte, music by Arthur W.
Thayer, first sung by the Apollo Club, Bos-
ton, April 25, 1888.



HYMN OF PRAISE. See Lobgesang.

HYMNE A LA FRANCE. " See Vox
Populi.

HYMNE A VICTOR HUGO, for or-
chestra and chorus ad libitum, by Catuille
Saint-SaOus, op. 69, published by Durand &
Schoenewerk (Paris, between 1880 and
1886). Arranged for pianoforte for four
hands by E. Guii-aud, and for two piano-
fortes for four hands by the composer.



I AM A SIMPLE MULETEER. See
Hose of Castile.
ICH BIN DER SCHNEIDER KAKA-
DU (I am the tailor Cockatoo), theme from
Weuzel Miiller's " Schwestern von Prag "
(Prague, 1794), used by Beethoven as the
motive for trio No. 9, in G, op. 121a, Ada-
gio, Variationen, und Rondo, composed in
1824. Published by Steiner & Co. (Vienna,
1824), by Breitkopf & Hartel, Beethoven
Werke, SerieXI., No. 9. Leuz, Beethoven,
vol. ii., Part iv., 139.

ICH BIN'S, ICH SOLLTE BUSSEN
('Tis I ! my sins betray Thee), choral in A-
flat major for Cori I. and H., with accom-
paniment of 2 oboes, strings complete, or-
gan and continue, in Johann Sebastian
Bach's Passion nach Matthiius, No. 16. The
melody is "Nun ruhen alle Wiilder," by
Heinrich Isaac (ab(5ut 1490).

ICH DANKE DIR, HERR, bass aria of
Paulus, with chorus, in A minor, in Men-
delssohn's Paitlns, No. 20.

ICH DENKE DEIN, original theme with
six variations in D, for the pianoforte, for
four hands, by Beethoven, on the song,
" Ich deuke dein," composed in 1800. Pub-
lished without opus number in 1805. Breit-
kopf & Hartel, Beethoven's Werke, Serie 15,
No. 4. Ich denke dein, Song with piano-
forte accompaniment, words by Matthisou,
music by Beethoven, appeared as Andeuken,
von Matthison. Published by Breitkopf &
Hartel (Leipsic, 1810). Breitkopf & Hiirtel,
Beethoven Werke, Serie 23, No. 35.
Thayer, Verzeichuiss, 38, 81.



ICII I1AB



ICH HAB' EIN KLEINES HUTTCHEN
NUR, tbeiue with eight variations in B-flat,
for pianoforte, by Beethoven. Published
first by Dunst, in Frankfort, and also by
Breitkopf & Hartel, Beethoven Werke, Serie
17, No. 182.

ICHHATTE VIEL BEKUMMERNISS
(Deep within my heart was sorrowing) can-
tata per ogni tempo, by Johann Sebastian
Bach, in two parts, for soli and chorus,
with accompaniment of three trumpets,
drums, oboe, bassoon, strings complete,
organ, and continue, to which are added -4
trombones in the figured choral, " Was hel-
feu uus die schweren Sorgen " (No. 7), and
3 trumpets, and drums, in the final chorus
(No. 9). Bachgesellschaft, No. 21. Pub-
lished in full and pianoforte score, with ad-
ditional accompaniments by Robert Franz
(Leipsic, Leuckart) ; and with organ accom-
paniment by Liszt (ib., Schuberth). Spitta,
Bach, i. 525 ; Upton, Standard Cantatas, 31 ;
Athenaeum (1875), i. 4(>:i.

ICH LTEBTE GLUHEND. See Ilienzi.

ICH SEHE SCHON IN GEIST, alto aria
in A minor, with accompaniment of 2 oboes,
and continue, in Johann Sebastian Bach's
cantata, " Gott fahret auf ruit Jauchzen,"
Part II.

ICH WILL BEI MEINEM JESUM
W.VCHEN (I'll watch with my dear Jesu
alway), aria in C minor, preceded by the
recitative, O Schmerz ! (O grief!), for the
tenor of Coro L, with accompaniment of
oboe solo, organ, and continue, and the
chorus of Coro II., with accompaniment of
2 flutes, strings complete, organ, and con-
tinue, in Johaun Sebastian Bach's Passion
nach Matthiius, No. 26.

ICH WILL DIR MEIN HERZE
Sl'HENKEN (Never will my heart refuse
Thee), aria in G nip jor for the soprano of
Coro L, with accompaniment of 2 oboes,
organ, and continue, in Johann Sebastian
Bach's Passion nach Matthaus, No. 19.

ICH WELL HIER BEI DIR STEHEN
(I will stay here beside Thee), choral in E-
flat major, for Cori I. and H., with accom-



paniment of 2 oboes, strings complete, or-
gan, and continue, in Johann Sebastian
Bach's Passion nach Matthiius, No. 23. The
melody is, " Haupt veil Blut und Wuu-
den."

ICH WILL NUN HASSEN, bass aria in
B minor, with accompaniment of oboe
d' amore, violin solo, strings complete, or-
gan, and continue, in Johann Sebastian
Bach's cantata, " Freue dich erlGste Schaar."

ICH WILL NUR DIR ZU EHREN LE-
BEN, tenor aria in D minor, with accom-
paniment of 2 violins, organ, and continue,
in Johann Sebastian Bach's cantata Festo
Circumcisionis Christi, " Fallt mit Dauken,
faUt mit Loben " (Part IV. of the IVeinachts-
Oratorium). Published separately, with ad-
ditional accompaniments by Robert Franz
(Leipsic, Whistling).

IDEALE, DIE, Symphonic poem for or-
chestra, by Liszt, op. 4, No. 12, on Schiller's
poem of the same title, first performed in
Weimar, at the inauguration of the Goethe-
Schiller monument, by Rietschel, Septem-
ber, 1857. Performed in Prague in 1858,
Breslau, and Berlin, in 1859. Published, in
score, and for two pianofortes, four hands,
by Breitkopf & Hartel (Leipsic, 1858).

IDOLO CINESE, L' (The Chinese Idol),
Italian opera buffa in two acts, text by Lo-
renzi, music by Giovanni Paisiello, repre-
sented in Naples in 17G9, in Paris in 1779,
for which Piccinni is said to have revised
the score. Operas of the same title were
also written by Schuster, in Dresden, 1774 ;
by Jacques Rust, in Barcelona, 1774 ; by
General!, Naples. 1807 ; and by Tacchinar-
di, Felici, Gialdiui, and Ettore de Champs,
at the Teatro delle Loggie, Florence, April,
1874.

IDOMEXEO, R DI CRETA, ossia Ilia
e Adamaute, Italian opera in three acts with
ballet, text by the Abbate Varesco, music by
Mozart, first represented in Munich, Jan. 29,
1781. It was written in Salzburg, in 1780,
by commission of the Prince of Bavaria, for
the carnival of 1781 at Munich. The li-
bretto is taken from a French opera, text by



304



I DREAMT



Danchet, music by Campra, performed in
Paris iii 1712. Subject : Idomeneo, king of
Crete, returning from the conquest of Troy,
appeases Neptune during a storm at sea by
a vow to sacrifice the first thing he meets
on bis safe arrival in Crete. This happens
to be his son, Idamaute, and to evade ful-
filment of this vow he is sent into exile.
As Idatnante embarks a storm devastates
Crete, and the people demand the sacrifice ;
but Idamante is saved at the altar by Ilia,
daughter of Priam, who offers to become
the victim. Neptune commands Idomeueo
to resign the throne, and Idamaute to reign
in his stead. Original caste :

Idomeneo Anton RaafT.

Ilia Dal Prato.

Elettra Dorothea Weudliug.

Arbace Elizabeth Weudliug.

Gran sacerdote di Nettuno Vallesi.

The autograph score is in the possession
of Andiv, Offeubach-am-Main. Full score
(Italian) published by Simrock (Bonn).
Twice arranged : by Treitschke (Vienna,
1806), and by Lichtenthal (Milan, 1843).
Published by Breitkopf & Hilrtel, Mozart
Werke, Serie 5, No. 13 (Idomeneo). Per-
formed at the Hofoperuhaus, Vienna, Oct.
25, 1879, Fran Ehnn, Fran Materna, Herr
Milller, and Labatt appearing in the princi-
pal characters. Represented in Leipsic,
Dec. 23, 1880. Ballet Music in five num-
bers by Mozart for this opera : I. Chaconne ;
H. Pas de seul ; ILL Passepied ; IV. Ga-
votte ; V. Passacaille. First performed with
the opera in 1781. The music was played
first in New York by the Symphony So-
ciety, Nov. 5, 1887. Breitkopf & Hiirtel,
Mozart's Werke, Serie 5, No. 14 (Jahu, Mo-
zart, ii. 482 ; Kuchel, Verzeichniss, 3G7).
Same title operas by Gazzaniga, Padua,
1790 ; Paer, Florence, 1794 ; Federici,
Milan, 1806; and Fariuelli, Venice, 1812.
Clement et Larousse, 351 ; Gehring, Mo-
zart, 86 ; Nissen, Mozart, i. 416 ; Nohl,
Mozart's Briefe, 231 ; Hogarth, ii. 228 ;
Jahu, Mozart, ii. 420, 455, 487, 5G7 ;



Kuchel, Verzeichniss, 366 ; Signale (1879),
813.

I DREAMT I DWELT IN MARBLE
HALLS. See Bohemian Girl.

IFIGENIA IN AULIDE (Iphigenia in
Aulis), opera in three acts, test by Moretti,
music by Cherubini, first represented at
Turin in 1787, and at Milan, Aug. 9, 1788.
This was Cherubini's eleventh opera. The
air, A voi torno, sponde amate, was pub-
lished with full score (London, 1789).
Same title Italian operas, music by Coletti,
Venice, 1706 ; Scarlatti, Rome, 1713 ; Por-
pora, text by Paolo Rolli, London, 1735 ;
K. H. Graun, text by Villati, Berlin, Jan.
23, 1749 ; Jommelli, text by Verazi, Rome,
1751 ; Traetta, text by Coltellini, Vienna,
1759 ; Francesco de Majo, text by Verazi,
Naples, 1762 ; Pleyel, Naples, 1780 ; Zinga-
relli, text by Moretti, Milan, 1787 ; Simon
Mayr, text by Romanelli, Parma, 1806 ;
Federici, ib., Milan, 1809. The following
were set to Zeno's libretto : Caldara, Vienna,
1718 ; Orlandiui, Venice, 1719 ; Porta, Mu-
nich, 1738 ; Geronimo Abos, Naples, 1745 ;
Salari, Naples, 1776 ; Sarti, Venice, 1777 ;
Martin y Solar, Florence, 1781 ; Prati, Flor-
ence, 1784 ; Giordani, Rome, 1786 ; Bertoni,
Trieste, 1790 ; Lorenzo Rossi, Genoa, 1798 ;
Trento, Naples, Nov. 4, 1804.

IF GOD BE FOR US, soprano aria in G
minor, with accompaniment of violins in
unison, and coutinuo, in Handel's The Mes-
siah, Part III. (No. 50). This aria is much
garbled in Mozart's score, notable changes
being made in all the original parts, even
in the coutinuo, and many violin passages
being transferred to a solo bassoon.

IF WITH ALL YOUR HEARTS. See
So ihr mich von ganzem Herzeu.

IGNANBIUS, Pater ANGELUS, born at
Altamura, Calabria, in 1500, died in Venice
in 1543. Dominican monk, maestro di cap-
pella many years in Venice, where his niad-
rigals, masses, motets, psalms, and other
church music were published Futis ; Ger-
ber.

I HEAR IT AGAIN. See Marilana.



305



I KNOW



I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIV-
ETH, soprano aria in E major, with accom-
paniment of violins iu unison, and coutinuo,
in Handel's The J/,w,,,/<, Part HI. (No. 43).
IL BALEN DEL SUO. See Trovatore.
IL EN EST TEMPS ENCORE. See
Prophete,

IL ETAIT UN ROI DE THULE. See
l-',iii.</, Gounod.

IL FAUT CEDER A MES LOIS. See
Zumpa.

ILE ENCHANTEE, L' (The Enchanted
Isle), ballet music for orchestra, by Arthur
Sullivan, performed at Covent Garden, Lon-
don, May 1G, 1S(U.

ILIA E ADAMANTE. See Idomeneo,
re di Greta.

ILTFFE, FREDERICK, born at Smeeton,
near Leicester, Eng-
land, in 1847, still liv-
ing, 1889. Organist of
St. Wilfrid's, Kibworth,
1872, of St. Barnabas,
Oxford, 1870. and of
St. John's College, ib.,
1SS3. Mus. Bac., Ox-
ford, 1873 ; Mus. Doc.,
ib., 1870. Works: The
Visions of HI. John the Divine, oratorio, Ox-
ford, 1<S7!) ; Evening Service in D, for men's
voices ; Anglican Chant Settings for all the
C'antirlt's ; 3 Services for Te Deum in An-
glican chant form ; Settings of the Kyric
Eleisou ; Anthems ; Overture in E, for or-
chestra ; Minuet, trio, and finale, for do. ;
Organ and pianoforte music ; Quintets,
quartets, terzets, etc., for voices.

ILINSKI, Count JAN STANISBAW,
born at Castle Romanov, Poland, in 1795,
died (V). Church composer, pupil of Salieri,
Kauer, and Beethoven in Vienna, where he
brought out a mass in 1826. After having
served in the imperial guard at St. Peters-
burg and iu diplomacy, he became in 1853
privy councillor, senator, and chamberlain
to the Czar, and member of the university
of Kiev. Works : 3 masses ; 2 Requiems ;
Te Deum ; Stabat Mater ; De profundis ;




Miserere, all with full orchestra ; Symphony ;
Overtures to all of Schiller's dramas ; Over-
ture and entr'actes to Howald's Leucht-
thurm ; Grand march for 2 orchestras and
chorus ; 2 concertos for pianoforte, with or-
chestra ; 8 quartets for strings ; Rondo for
violin and orchestra ; Pianoforte music, and
French romances. Fetis ; Sowinski.

IL MO TESORO INTANTO. See Don
Giovanni.

IL PIU LIETO. See PMulo.

IL SEGRETO PER ESSER FELICL
See Lucrezia Borgia.

IL SUON DEL ARPA. See Poliuto.

IL VA VENIR. See La Juive.

IL VOSTRO MAGGIO, soprano aria of
Sireue, in E minor, with accompaniment of
strings complete, iu Handel's Radamisto,
Act H., Scene 3. Published separately,
edited by Robert Franz (Leipsic, Kistner).

IMBERT (Ymbert), TH . ., French
composer, contemporary. His Les deux
cadis, opcra-bouffe in one act, text by Fur-
pille and Philippe Gille, was given success-
fully at the Theatre Lyrique, Paris, March
8, 1861. Since then he has written very
little, excepting a short oratorio entitled
Bothlc'em, and some romances and chansons.
Fetis, Supplement, ii. 11 ; Viotta, ii. 154.

IMBIMBO, EMANUELE, born in Naples
about 1765, died (?). Pupil of Sigismuudo,
at the Conservatorio di San Ouofrio, Naples,
where he afterwards taught singing and
harmony; settled in Paris iu 1808. Works:
Lo Spettro, dramatic scene ; Motets; C Ital-
ian ariettas ; also published Partimeuti ou
basses chiffrees ile Feuaroli, and Observa-
tions sur 1'enseignement mutuel applique a
la musique (Paris, 1821). Fetis.

DIENEO (Hymen), Italian opera in two
acts, librettist unknown, music by Handel,
first represented at Lincoln's Inn Fields
Theatre, London, Nov. 22, 1740. The au-
tograph MS., preserved in Hamburg, is
dated at the end, Oct. 10, 1740. It was
performed but once again in London, Dec.
13, 1740, and twice in Dublin, March 24
and 31, 1742, as a sereuata with concertos



IM FPtUIILING



on the organ and other instruments. The
favourite songs in Imeneo were published
by Walsh (London, 1741). Chrysander,
Handel, ii. 454 ; Rockstro, 213 ; Schcelcher,
233 ; Burney, iv. 432.

Dl FRUHLING (Spring), overture for
orchestra in G, by Georg Vierling, op. 24,
dedicated to Ludwig Forck ; published by
Leuckart (Breslau, between 18(30 and 1867).

IM HOCHLANDE (In the Highlands),
Scottish overture for orchestra, in D, by
Niels W. Gade, op. 7, first performed in
Berlin in June, 1841!. Given by the Phil-
harmonic Society, New York, in the season
of 1852-53. Published by Kistner (Leip-
sic, 1848). Arranged for the pianoforte by
Franz Hermann (Leipsie, 1868).

I'M NOT THE QUEEN, HA, HA ! See
Rose of Castile.

IMMER 1ST UNDANK LOGE'S LOHN.
See Rheingold.

IMPERIALS, L' (The Emperor's cantata),
for two choruses and grand orchestra, text
by Lafont, music by Hector Berlioz, op. 26,
dedicated to Napoleon III, and first per-
formed at the Palais de 1'Iudustrie, Champs
E^ysees, Paris, Nov. 15, 1855, Berlioz con-
ducting. Published by Braudus et Cie.
(Paris, 185G). Jullien, Berlioz (1888), 238.

IMPRESARIO, L'. See Schauspieldi-
rektor.

IMPRESARIO IN ANGUSTIE, L' (The
Embarrassed Impresario), Italian opera
buffa, by Cimarosa, represented at the Te-
atro Nuovo, Naples, 1706 ; in Paris, March
12, 1802. Others of the same title by Pai-
siello, Florence, 1788 ; Gazzauiga, Ferrara,
1789 ; and Luigi Ricci, Naples, 1828.

IMPROMPTU DE CAMPAGNE, L', ope-
ra-comique, in one act and in verse, text by
Delrieu, music by Nicolo Isouard, repre-
sented at the Theatre Favart, Paris, June
30, 1800. An Italian version, L' improvvisata
in campagna, music by Isouard, had pre-
viously been given in Malta, 1797. Clo-
nient et Larousse, 356.

IMPROPERIA (The Reproaches), a series
of Autiphons and Responses, part of the



Good Friday ceremony of the Roman
Catholic Church, test in Greek and Latin,
originally song, a cappella, to Plain Chaunt
melodies, but adapted by Palestrina to
simple faux-bourdons in 1560. First pub-
lished by Dr. Buruey in " La Musica della
Settimaua Santa " (London, 1771 ; reprint-
ed in Alexandre Etieuue Choron's "Manuel
complet de musique vocale et iustrumentale,
ou Encyclopedic musicale," 6 vols., Paris,
1836-38), and in Vincent Novello's "Music
of Holy Week " (London, 1840). Published
also among Alfieri's Excerpta (Rome, 1840),
and in Dr. Karl Proske's " Musica Di-
vina " (vol. iv., Ratisbon, 1862), copied from
Palestriua's MS. in the Vatican Library.
Grove.

IM SOMMER (In Summer), symphony
in E minor, for orchestra, by Joachim
Raff, op. 208, first performed in Frankfort
in 1879 ; Crystal Palace, London, Oct. 9,
1880. It is the composer's ninth sym-
phony. I. Em heisser Tag, Allegro ; H.
Die Jagd der Elfen, Allegro, Versammlung
der Elfen, Oberou, Titania, die Jagd, Riick-
kehr der Elfen mit Oberon und Titania ;
HI. Ekloge, Larghetto, zum Erntekranz,
Allegro. Published by Siegel (Leipsie,
1881).

IM WALDE (In the Woods), symphony
in F, for orchestra, by Joachim Raff, op.
153, first performed in Weimar in 1869 ;
in New York, by the Philharmonic Society,
in the season of 1871-72 ; in London, at
Crystal Palace, in April, 1875. The com-
poser's third symphony, and one of his best
works. I. Allegro : Am Tage, Eiudriieke
und Empfindungeu (Day-time, Impressions
and Sensations) ; H. Largo : In der Diim-
merung, Triiumerei, Tauz der Dryadeu
(Twilight, Revery, Dance of the Wood
Nymphs) ; IH. Allegro : Nacht, Stilles
Weben der Nacht im W r alde, Einzug und
Auszug der wildeii Jagd mit Fran Holle und
Wotan, Anbruch des Tages (Night, Mur-
mur of Night in the Forest, Arrival and De-
parture of the wild Hunt with Dame Holle
and Wotau, Daybreak). Published by Ivist-



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INCOllONAZIONE



ner (Leipsic, 187G). Upton, Standard Sym-
phonies, 206 ; Athenneuui (1875), i. 530.

INCOKONAZIONE DI POPPEA, L'
(The Coronation of Poppea), Italian opera,
by Mouteverde, first represented at the
Teatro SS. Giovanni e Paolo, Venice, in
1642. This was Monteverde's last great
work.

IN DEN ALPEN (In the Alps), symphony
in B-flat for orchestra, by Joachim Raff, op.
201, first performed in Leipsic in 1876. It
is the composer's seventh symphony. I.
Andante, Wauderung im Hochgebirge ; IT.
Andante quasi Allegro, In drr Hrrberge ; HI.
Larghetto, Am See ; IV. Allegro, Beim
Schwingfest : Abschied. Published by Seitz
(Leipsic), and Ries (Dresden, 1877).

INDES GALANTES, LES, opera-ballet
in three acts, with prologue, text by Fuze-
lier, music by Rameau, first represented at
the Academic Royale de Musique, Paris,
Aug. 23, 1735. I. Le Turc geuereux ; II.
Les Incas du Peiou ; III. Les fleurs. A
fourth act, Les sauvages, was added in
1736. Lajarte, i. 175.

IX DES LEBENS FRUHLINGSTAGEX.
See Fidelia.

INDIANA, comic opera, text by Henry
Brougham Farnie, music by Edmond Au-
dran, first represented at the Comedy
Theatre, Manchester, England, Oct. 4, 1886,
with much success. It was given in New
York, Star Theatre, Jan. 17, 1887, and ran
three weeks.

IN DIESEN HEEL'GEN HALLEN. See
Zaubfirfldte.

INDIGO, operetta in three acts, by Jo-
hann Strauss, first represented in Vienna,
Feb. 10, 1871, revised and produced as
Reine Indigo, Paris, 1875. Subject, the
story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.
Mus. Wochenblatt (1871), 132.

INDY, SAINT- ANGE WILFRID D', born
at Valence (Drome), France, Dec. 14, 1821,
still living, 1889. Dramatic composer, pu-
pil, in Paris, of Koutski on the pianoforte,
of Bauderali in singing, and at the Conser-
vatoire, nominally of Carafa, but actually



of Alexis Roger, in composition. Works :
Les deux princesses, opera-comique, given
at the Conservatoire, 1850 ; Le feu sous la
ueige, do., Louvre, 1860 ; Maitre Claude ;
Meprise et surprise, Dans le brouillard,
parlor operas, given at the Conservatoire ;
Charlotte Corday, dramatic scene ; Quartet
for strings ; Trio for pianoforte and strings ;
Duos for pianoforte and violin ; Pianoforte
pieces, and songs. Fetis, Supplement, ii.
12.

INDY, VINCENT D", instrumental com-
poser, contemporary, nephew of the pre-
ceding. Works : Les Piccolomiui, over-
ture, Concerts populaires, 1874 ; Antoiue et
Clcopatre, do., ib., 1877 ; Symphouie che-
valeresque, Societe Nationale, 1876 ; La
Clicvauchue du Cid, song with chorus, ib.,



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