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Fugues for the organ. Fctis, ii. 70 ; Men-

LAMENTATIONS, symphony in D minor,
by Haydn, composed in 1772. It received
its name from the theme of the Adagio,
Lamentationes JeremiiB. I. Allegro assai
con spirito ; H Adagio ; HI. Menuett ; TV.
Presto assai. Pohl, Haydn, ii. 263.

at Wolfenbiittel in 1744, died at Schwedt,
beginning of the 19th century. Dramatic
composer ; appeared as a tenor singer in



Hamburg in 1779, went to Schwedt in 1788
as member of the Court Theatre, retired
after some years, and devoted himself to
teaching and composition. Works Op-
eras : Das Madcheu im Eichthale, Die
Liebe, given about the end of the 18th cen-
tury ; Cantatas, symphonies, and other or-
chestral works, and many pieces for various
instruments. FtJtis ; Mendel.

Saxony, or at Helm-
stadt, Brunswick (?),
in 1703, died in Ed-
inburgh, July 23,
1751. He went to
England about 1725,
and became musi-
cian at the Opera in
London ; visited
Dublin in 1748, and
Edinburgh in 1750.
Works Operas :

Amelia, 1732 ; The Dragon of Wantley,
1737 ; Margery, or A Worse Plague than
the Dragon, 1738 ; Roger and Joan, 1739 ;
Pyramus and Thisbe, 1745 ; Music for the
masque, The Sham Conjurer ; A cantata ;
Songs ; A Plain and Compendious Method
of teaching Thorough-Bass (1737) ; The Art
of Musick (1740). Mendel ; Fetis ; Schil-
ling ; Grove.

LAMPERT, ERNST, born at Gotha, July
3, 1818, died there, June 17, 1879. Pian-
ist, pupil of Hummel in Weimar, and of
Spohr and Hauptmauu in Cassel. After his
return to Gotha he was appointed chamber
musician in 1842, Conzertmeister in 1844,
and Hof-Kapellmeister in 1855. Works
Operas : Nauou, Ninon, Maiutenon, comic
opera, given in Gotha, 1841 ; Dido, ib.,
1845 ; Overtures ; Cantatas ; Quartets for
strings, and various pieces for pianoforte.
Fetis ; do., Supplement ; Mendel.

born in Milan in 170G, died there about
1773. Dramatic composer, lived for some
time in his native city as instructor, espe-
cially of vocal music, and in 1743 became

conductor of the Italian Opera in London ;
the date of his return to Milan is unknown.
Works Operas : Ezio, given in Venice,
1737 ; Angelica e Medoro, ib., 1738 ; De-
mofooute, Piaceuza, 1738 ; Candace, Venice,
1740 ; Roxana, London, 1743 ; Alfonso, ib.,
1744 ; Alceste, ib., 1745 ; Tigrane, ib.,
1747 ; Alessandro in Persia, 1748 ; La scu-
ola delle cautatrici ; L' Olimpiade, about
1750 ; Siroe, Milan, 1755 ; Artaserse, 1757 ;
Amor coutadiuo, Lodi, 17G6 ; Symphonies ;
Church music. Fetis ; Mendel ; Schilling ;
Buruey, iv. 450.

HONORE, called Duquesnoy, born at Beau-
vais (Oise), May 18, 1758, died in Brussels,
May 9, 1822. He was a singer for a long
time at the theatre in Brussels, and in 1799
-1802 in Hamburg ; was music director sev-
eral years in Alost, and from 1814 in Brus-
sels. Works : Almanzor, ou le triomphe de
la gloire, opera-ballet, Brussels, 1787 ; Le
mystificateur mystifie, opera-coruique, ib.,
1789 ; Le prix des arts, ou la fute flamande,
opera, ib., 1791 ; Le voau des Muses
reconnaissantes, cantata, Hamburg, 1795 ;
Psalms ; Motets ; Hymns. Fetis ; do., Sup-
plement, ii. 72.

LANDI, STEFFANO, born in Rome
about the end of the 16th century, died
about 1C40. Composer of church music,
and chantry-priest in the Papal Chapel. He
lived till 1629 in Padua as maestro di cap-
pella at the churches Del Santo and Santa
Maria in Monte. Works : Sant' Alessio, mu-
sical drama ; La rnorte d' Orfeo, pastorale ;
Missa in benedictioue nuptiarum ; Psalms for
4 voices ; Madrigals for 4-5 voices ; Collec-
tion of masses for 4-5 voices a cappella ;
Poesie diverse in musica ; 8 collections of
songs and duets. Fetis ; Mendel ; Riemann.

THERS, THE, cantata, text the poem by
Mrs. Felicia Hemaus, music by Otto Singer,
written in 1876, and first sung in that year
by the Cincinnati Harmonic Society, then
conducted by the composer. Upton, Stand-
ard Cantatas, 325.



Wedding), symphony, by Karl Goldmark,
op. 26, first performed iu Vienna, March
12, 1876. Given by the Philharmonic So-
ciety, New York, iu the season of 1876-77 ;
at the Crystal Palace, London, March
2, 1878. I Moderate uiolto (Wedding-
March, with variations) ; II. Allegretto
(Bridal Song) ; III Allegretto moderate
scherzaudo (Serenade) ; IV. Andante (In
the Garden) ; V. Finale, Allegro niolto
(Dance). Published by Schott (Mainz,
1876). Mus. Wochenblatt (1870), 353 ;
Athena-urn (1878), i. 325 ; Upton, Standard
Symphonies, 146 ; Bayreuther Blatter
(1880), 81.

LANG, ADOLF, born at Thorn, Prussia,
June 10, 1830. still living, ISS'J. Violinist,
pupil of David, MeiideK-nhu, and Haupt-
mauu from 1844 till 1847 at the t'onserva-
torium, Leipsic ; was appointed lirst violin
in 1851, and Kapellmeister in 1854, of the
Friedrich-Wilhelmstadtisches Theater, Ber-
lin, then devoted himself to composition.
Works : Several operettas ; Overtures ;
Marches ; Songs. Fctis, Supplement, ii.
72 ; Mendel.

LAN(i, ALEXANDER, born at Ratisbou,
March (i, 1806, died at Erlaugen, Feb. 18,
1837. Amateur pianist, first pupil of Choir-
master Braig in his native town ; then con-
tinued his study of music while studying
law at the Universities of Erlangen and
Heidelberg. He was appointed professor
at the University of Eiiaugeu, and institut-
ed there in 1834 the Ciicilia music soci-
ety, which he conducted until his death.
Works : Concerto for pianoforte and orches-
tra ; Variations for pianoforte and strings ;
Quartet for strings ; Duo for pianoforte
and guitar ; Many pieces for pianoforte ;
Songs. Fetis ; Mendel.

American parents, in Salern, Massachusetts,
Dec. 28, 1837, still living, 1889. He stud-
ied the pianoforte under his father, an or-
ganist in Salem, then under Francis G. Hill,
of Boston, and later under Alfred Jaell and

Gustav Satter. His talent was precocious,
and he entered upon his career as pianist,
church organist, and
teacher at the age of
fifteen. In 1855 he
went abroad, studied
composition in Ber-
lin and elsewhere,
and continued his
pianoforte practice
under Liszt's direc-
tion. In 1869 ho
made a second visit
to Europe, giving concerts with success
iu Berlin, Vienna, and Dresden. Since
ls.">:i he has been successively organist at
Dr. Neale's church in Somerset Street,
Boston, the Old South Church, for twen-
ty years at the South Congregational
Church, and now at King's Chapel. He
has also been for many years organist of
the Handel & Haydn Society. He was an
influential member of the Concert Com-
mittee of the Harvard Musical Associa-
tion during the seventeen years in which
it gave symphony concerts, and has been
conductor of the Apollo Club and the Ce-
cilia since their formation, besides giving
many orchestral, choral, and chamber con-
certs on his owu account. As pianist and
conductor he has brought out in Boston
more works of importance than any other
resident musician ; among these may be
mentioned especially Mendelssohn's Wal-
purgisuacht, and Berlioz's Damnation de
Faust, besides the various larger cantatas
given by the Cecilia and the Apollo Club.
He is in great demand as a teacher, and
has formed many excellent pupils. Al-
though in no sense a Wagnerian, he was on
terms of intimacy with Wagner both at
Triebschen and Bayreuth, and was actively
instrumental in raising funds in Boston for
the first Bayreuth Festival in 1876. His
works, which are as yet all in MS., comprise
an oratorio, David ; several symphonies and
overtures for orchestra ; and a large num-
ber of compositions in almost every form of



church, chamber, and pianoforte music, be-
sides many songs. Of these about one
hundred and fifty works of church music
(Te Deuin, Anthems, etc.), and a few songs
and fugitive pianoforte pieces, have been
performed. His daughter, Margaret Ruth-
veu Lang (born in Boston, Nov. 27, 1867,
still living, 1889), is his pupil on the piano-
forte, and has studied under Schmidt in
Boston, and Drechsler and Abel in Munich,
for the violin, and under Gluth of Munich
for composition. She has published some
excellent songs, and has other works in va-
rious forms in MS. Several of her songs
and a part-song Lave been sung in public
iii Boston.

LANG, JOSEPHINE, born in Munich,
March 14, 1815, died at Tubingen, Dec. 3,
1880. Dramatic singer and vocal compos-
er, daughter and pupil of the famous singer
Kegina Hitzelberger Lang, and pupil of
Frau Berlinghof- Wagner, and in theory of
Mendelssohn, who speaks highly of her in
his letters. She taught singing and piano-
forte and sang in the court chapel at Mu-
nich, and in 1842 married Professor KOstliu
of Tubingen, after whose death, in 1856, she
taught music again. Her songs, number-
ing about 40 works, rank very high. She
has also composed some pianoforte pieces.
Sarnmluug mus. Vortrage, iii. 49 ; Hiller,
Toulebeu, ii. 116 ; Rieiuauu, 502 ; Grove,
ii. 89.

LANGDON, RICHARD, born in Exeter,
England, about 1735 (?), died there, Sep-
tember, 1803. Organist of Exeter Cathe-
dral in 1770-77, of Bristol Cathedral in
1777-82, and of Armagh Cathedral in 1782
-94. Mus. Bac., Oxford, 1761. Works:
Twelve Songs and two Cantatas (London,
u. d.) ; Twelve Glees for three and four
voices (ib., 1770) ; Divine Harmony, Collec-
tion in Score of Psalms and Authenis (ib.,
1774) ; Anthems, etc. Brown.

LANGE, GUSTAV, born at Schwerstedt,
near Erfurt, Prussia, Aug. 13, 1830, still
living, 1889. Pianist, pupil of his father, of
Kribitzsch, and Gebhardi at Erfurt, and of

Loschhorn, G. Schumann, and Grell in Ber-
lin. He played in concerts with great suc-
cess in 1860-70, and thence devoted himself
more especially to composition. His works,
comprising original pieces and many fan-
tasias, transcriptions, etc., for pianoforte in
salon style, numbering more than two hun-
dred and fifty, became, for the greater part,
very popular. Mendel.

GEORG, born at Havelberg, Brandenburg,
first half of the 16th century, died in Bres-
lau, May 1, 1587. He was Cantor at Frauk-
fort-ou-the-Oder, and was one of the most
learned musicians of his time. Works :
Cautioues sacra; for 4-8 voices (Nuremberg,
1580, 1584) ; Triciuia (Erfurt, 1618). Fe-
tis ; Mendel ; Gerber.

LANGE, JOSEPH, born at Wiirzburg,
April 1, 1751, died in Vienna, Sept. 18,
1831. Dramatic composer, studied music
in Vienna, devoted himself in 1770 to the
stage, and was engaged at the court thea-
tre in Vienna, where he became a public
favourite. Works : Adelheid von Pouthieu,
operetta, given in several German theatres,


men, near Heidelberg, in 1839, still living,
1889. Violoncellist and dramatic composer,
mostly self-taught ; afterwards, as violoncel-
list of the court orchestra at Mannheim, pu-
pil of Hetsch in theory. Since 1868 he has
been music director of the court theatre
at Mannheim. Works Operas : Die ge-
fahrliche Nachbarschaft, given at Mann-
heim, June, 1868 ; DornrOschen, ib., March
18, 1873 ; Aschenbrodel, ib., July 7, 1878 ;
Murillo, three acts, Mannheim, 1887, re-
written and given, ib., Sept. 16, 1888. Fetis,
Supplement, ii. 73 ; Mendel ; Riemanu.

LANGERT, AUGUST, bom at Coburg in
1830, still living, 1889. Dramatic composer,
from 1860 Kapellmeister at the theatres of
Coburg, Mannheim (1865), Basel (1867),
and Trieste (1868) ; then lived at Coburg,
Paris, and Berlin ; became in 1872 iustruc-



tor at the Conservatoire in Geneva and in
1873 Hof-Kapellmeister at Gotba. Works
Operas : Die Jungfrau vou Orleans, given
at Coburg, 1861 ; Des Sangers Fluch, ib.,
1863 ; Dona Maria, Infautiu von Spauien,
Darmstadt, 1866 ; Die Fabier, Coburg,
1866, Berlin, 1868 ; Dorurdschen, Leipsic,
1871 ; Jean Cavalier, Coburg, 1880 ; rewrit-
ten, and given as Die Camisardeu, ib., Dec.
15, 1887. Fetis ; Mendel ; Riemann.

LA.NGHANS, WILHELM, bora in Ham-
burg, Sept. 21, 1832, still living, 1889. Vio-
linist and writer on music. "While at the
Johanneum, Hamburg, he was taught mu-
sic, then studied in 1849-52 under David
and Eichter at the Conservatorium in Leip-
sic, and was admitted to the orchestra of
the Gewaudhaus and the theatre. He went
repeatedly to Paris, to study under Alard ;
was Couzertmeister in Diisseldorf in 1857-
60, appeared at concerts in Hamburg, 1860,
in Paris, 1863, and in 1869 at Heidelberg,
where he was made Doctor by the university.
In 1871 he settled in Berlin, devoting himself
to teaching, composition, and musical criti-
cism. In 1874 he was appointed professor of
the history of music at the Neue Akademie
der Tonkuust, and in 1881 at Scharweuka's
new Couservatorium. Honorary member
of the Musical Academies, Florence (1878),
and Rome (1887). Works : Quartet for
strings (prize, 1864, by the Sock-la del Quar-
tet to in Florence) ; 20 etudes for violin ;
Sonata for violin ; Duo for violin and piano-
forte ; Two sonatinas for pianoforte ; Par-
erga, a collection of songs. He published
Die Geschichte der Musik des 17, 18, und
19 Jahrhunderts (1882-86), as a sequel to
the history of music by Ambros. Fetis ;
Mendel ; Riemann.

REE, born at Monaco in 1741, died at Yil-
liers-le-Bel, near Paris, Sept. 20, 1807. Pu-
pil of Caffaro at the Conservatorio della
Pieta in Naples ; was music director at
Genoa, and in 1768 went to Paris, where he
devoted himself to teaching and composi-
tion. He was teacher in the Ecole Royale

de Chant et de Declamation in 1784-91, and
librarian and professor of harmony at the
Paris Conservatoire. Works Operas :
Oreste et Tyudare (1783) ; Autiochus et
Stratonice, given at Versailles, 1786 ; Cori-
sandre, Academic Royale deMusique, 1791 ;
Solimau et Eronime, ou Mahomet H.,
(1792) ; La inort de Lavoisier (1794) ; Le
choix d'Alcide (1801) ; Medee ; L'auberge
des volontaires ; Tancrode ; Les vengeances.
Cantatas; Motets; Monologues of Alcide,
of Sapho, and of Circe ; 6 symphonies.
Theoretical works : Traite d'harmonie et de
la modulation (Paris, 1797) ; Traite de la
basse sous le chant (ib., 1798) ; Nouvelle
nu'thode pour chiffrer les accords (ib.,
1801) ; Traite de la fugue (ib., 1805). Fe-
tis ; Riemaun ; Mendel ; Gerber ; Schil-

LANGUE, GEME, duet in E minor, for
soprano and alto, by Handel, No. 13 of the
('kuinbcr Duets (Haudelgesellschaft, vol.
32B). Published separately, with addi-
tional accompaniments by Robert Franz
(Leipsic, Kistuer).

LANIERE (Lauier, Lanieri), NICHOLAS,
born in Italy
about 1588, died
in London in
1665-1670. Son
of Jerome Lanieri,
who emigrated
from Italy to Eng-
land. His name
first appears as a
composer and
singer in a masque performed in 1614 at
the English court. He wrote the music for
a masque by Ben Jouson, played in 1617,
and in it first introduced the recitative style
into English compositions. He was also an
expert in painting and engraving, and was
sent by Charles! to Italy in 1625, and again
in 1627, to buy pictures. In 1626 he was
appointed Master of the King's Musick, and
in 1636 first marshal of the corporation of
musicians ; lost both the appointments dur-
ing the Revolution, and regained them on



the accession of Charles II. Works : Music
for masques ; Pastoral on the birth of Prince
Charles ; Funeral hymn for Charles I. ; New
Year's Songs. Soiigs and other pieces by
him are in the British Museum MSS., ami
in the collections, Select Musicall Ayres and
Dialogues (1G53, 1659) ; The Musical Com-
panion (1667) ; The Treasury of Musick
(16G9) ; and Choice Ayres and Songs (1685).
Fetis ; Riemaun ; Granger, Biogr. His-
tory of England, ii. 107 ; Burney, Hist, of
Music, ii. 346 ; Hawkins, do., iii. 380.

born in Vienna, April
12, 1801, died at
Oberddbling, near
Vienna, April 14,
1843. Composer of
dance music, self-
taught on the violin
and in composition ;
played at first in an
amateur quartet, in
which Strauss, his fu-
ture rival, supplied
the viola, and which gradually assumed the
proportions of a full orchestra, being much
in demand in places of amusement ; he
conducted the court balls alternately with
Strauss. He was appointed Kapellmeister
of the 2d Biirger regiment. He created
the modern Vienna waltz, which formerly
had been only a short piece of dance mu-
sic. Works : A symphony ; Overtures ;
Galops ; Quadrilles ; Marches ; Polkas ;
Waltzes. Other compositions, in all about
210. Wurzbach.xiv., 134; Allgem.d. Biogr.,
xvii. 698 ; Mendel ; Fetis.

in Brussels, Dec. 3, 1787, died in Vienna,
March 29, 1853. Dramatic composer and
writer on music ; began his studies at Gratz,
Styria, whither his parents had emigrated ;
returned to Brussels in 1801, continued his
studies at the Lycee there, then in Paris,
becoming proficient in jurisprudence, phi-
losophy, mathematics, philology, on several
musical instruments, and in composition.

He returned to Styria in 1806, and from
1813 lived alternately there and in Vienna,
where he was director of the Conservatorium
in 1830-35. Works Operas : Margaretha,
oder die Rauber, given in Gratz, 1814, Vi-
enna, 1819; Die Morlakeu, Gratz, 1817;
Libussa, Briinu, 1819. Melodramas : Eiu
Uhr, Vienna, 1822 ; Kiitly, ib., 1827 ; Der
Murder ; Emmy Teels ; Die beiden Galleer-
ensclaven ; Der LiJwe von Floreuz ; Der
schwarze Aba, all represented, in 1823-30,
on different stages in Vienna and Germany.
Music to the drama Czar Iwan ; 2 sympho-
nies ; Overtures ; Solos for various instru-
ments, with orchestra ; Quintet for piano-
forte and wind instruments ; Grand trio for
pianoforte, clarinet, and violoncello ; So-
natas for pianoforte and violin ; Sonatas,
rondos, variations, and other pieces for
pianoforte. Ft'tis ; Mendel ; Schilling ;

LANZELOT (Launcelot), heroic opera, in
three acts, by Reinhold L. Herman, written
in 1880, in MS. The introduction and
some scenes from this opera were given at
the Liederkranz concert, Steiuway Hall,
New York, April 22, 1888.

LANZI, PETRONIO, born in Bologna,
Italy, first half of the 18th century. Church
composer, pupil of Predieri ; was maestro di
cappella in his native city, and twice presi-
dent of the Accademia Filarmonica. In hon-
our of his second election, in 1770, a mass
of his composition was performed in the
Church of S. Giovanni in Monte, which was
highly commended by Burney in his mu-
sical journey in Italy. No other works by
him are known. Fetis ; Mendel ; Schilling.

LAPICIDA, ERASMUS, born in the sec-
ond half of the 15th century. Church com-
poser, well known in his time, as he was
often called Rasmo simply, or his name in-
dicated only by the initials E. L. Neither
the land of his birth nor anything of his
life is known ; his name is evidently latin-
ized from stonecutter. His compositions
are to be found in Petrucci's Motetti B
(1503), Frottole (1507), Motetti a quattro


voei (1507), and Lamcntazioni (1506) ; in
Petrejus's Auszug guter alter uiul iieuer
deutscher Liedlein (1539) ; iu G. Ithaw's
Symphonic jucundtB (1538), etc. Fetis ;

LAPIS, SANTO, born iu Bologna, Italy,
beginning of the 18th century, died after
1762 (?). Dramatic composer ; lived mostly
iu Venice, teaching the mandolin and sing-
ing ; went, about 17G2, to Amsterdam in
quest of a permanent situation, but after a
short absence went back to Italy. Works :
La generosita di Tiberio, opera, given in
Venice, 1729 ; La fede in cimento, do., ib.,
1730 ; 6 trios for violin and flute ; 6 duets
fur voices, and 2 collections of French
c'hansous. Fetis ; Mendel; Gerber ; Schil-

LAPPE, PAUL, dramatic composer, mem-
ber of the ducal orchestra at Schwerin,
about 1840. Works : Die Obotriteu, opera,
given at the court theatre of Sehwerin,
1840 ; Pctermannchen, comic opera, ib.,
1^11 ; Overtures; Entr'actes for dramas;
Ballet music ; Symphonies ; Concert-pieces
for various instruments; Songs. Fetis;

LAPPI, PIETRO, Italian church com-
poser of the 17th century, born in Florence.
Iu KiOl he was maestro di cappella of S.
M. delle Grazie, Brescia. Works : Masses
for 8 voices (Venice, 1G01-7) ; Masses for
3-5 choruses (ib., 1G1G) ; Litauie della
Madonna for 4-8 voices ; Salmi coucertati
for 5 voices (ib., 1GOO) ; Sacrre melodise]
(I'Yankfort, 1621; Antwerp, 1622); Ro-
sarium musicale, containing a magnificat, a
mass, Te Deum, psalms, and litanies for 2
and 3 choruses (Venice, 1639). Fetis ;
Mendel ; Gerber ; Schilling.

LARA, overture in E minor, on Byron's
poem, by Johanu H. Beck, first performed
in Boston, Massachusetts, June 30 and
July 2, 1886. Not published.

ere di Siviglia.

H Ballo in Maschera.

LARUE (La Rue), PIERRE (Pierchon)
DE, born in Picardy, lived in the latter part
of the 15th and early part of the 16th cen-
tury. He is sometimes designated by the
Latin name Petrus Plateusis, and by the
Italians is called Piersou, Pierzon, Perisone,
and Pierazon de la Ruellien. He was a
contemporary of Josquin Despres, and a pu-
pil of Okeghem. In 1492-1510 he was a
singer of the chapel at the court of Bur-
gundy, in 1501 he held a prebend at Cour-
trai, and later another in the Church of Saiut-
Aubiu of Namur, which he resigned in 1510.
Fctis supposes that he then became a canon
of some collegiate church until his death.
He appears to have been iu high favour
with Margaret of Austria, who had some of
his compositions embodied in sumptuous
manuscripts. He was a master of musical
knowledge, and his works show a deep and
earnest spirit. Works : 5 masses, printed
by Petrueci in 1513 and entitled, Beatro
Virginia, Puer nobis est, Sexti toni, ut, fa,
L'homnie arrne, and Nunquam fuit pceua
major ; A mass, De Saucto Antonio, in Pe-
trucci's Missio diversorum (1508) ; Ave
Maria, and O salutaris hostia, in Liber
quiudecirn missarum (Rome, 1516) ; Cum
jocunditate, O gloriosa, and De Saucto
Antonio, iu Missre tredecim (Nuremberg,
1539) ; Tous les regrets, in Liber quiudecim
missarum (ib., 153S) ; A mass in Petrucci's
Missre Antonii de Fevin (1515). The fol-
lowing are in manuscript: A beautiful
volume in the Brussels Library, containing
seven masses, De coiiceptioue Virginis Ma-
rise, Ista est speciosa, De doloribus, Pas-
chale, Ave sanctissima Maria, De saucta
cruce, and De feria ; a volume iu the ar-
chives of Mechlin, containing Fors seule-
ment, Resurrexit, Sine nomine, De saneta
cruce, Super alleluia ; a manuscript in the
Brussels Library with two De septem dolo-
ribus, one being like that in the first manu-
script mentioned, and a Stabat Mater do-
lorosa ; a manuscript in the Papal Chapel
in Rome with two masses, L'amour de inoy,
and O gloriosa Margarita ; in the Munich


Library two masses, Cum jucunditate, and
Pro defunctis, besides a Credo, 5 Salve Re-
giua, and several songs, altogether 29 dif-
ferent masses being known ; Motets ; Salve
Eegina in Petrucci's Motetti della Corona
(Venice, 1505) ; Lauda anima mea Domi-
num, in Nuremburg collection (1564) ; Songs
in Petrucci's Harmonica musices Odbecatou
(Venice, 1501), and in Rbaw's Bicinia (1545) ;
and Maclrigali a quattro voci mutate, under
the name of Perisoue (Venice, 1544). Fc-tis ;
Riemanu ; Mendel ; Arnbros, Geschichte der
Musik, iii. 234.

Toulouse, March 27, 1731, died there, Jan-
uary, 1792. Dramatic composer, and in
1752-79 actor at the Optra Comique and
the Comedie Italienne, Paris. He passed
the last years of his life in his native city.
Works Operas: Le docteur Sangrado,
given at the Opera Comique, 1758 ; L'heu-
reux deguisemeut, Theatre de la Foire Saint-
Laurent, 1758 ; Le modecin de 1'amour, ib.,
1758 ; L'ivrogne corrigo, ib., 1759 ; Cen-
drillon, Opera Comique, 1759 ; Le di'pit
genereux, Comedie Italienne, 1761 ; Le Gui
de Chene, ib., 1763 ; Les deux comperes,
ib., 1772 ; La fausse aventurii-re (with other
composers?), Opera Comique, 1757. Fetis ;
do., Supplement, ii. 76 ; Mendel.

sy (Seine-et-Oise), France, Feb. 3, 1740,
died in Paris, 1829. Organist ; studied in
his native town, and became organist at
Chevreuse at the age of eighteen. In 1762
he went to Paris, where for five years he
was a pupil of Noblet, and in 1769 became
organist in the Churches of Saint-Etienne
du Mont and the Seminaire de Saint-Ma-

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