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LIBRARY OF

WELLE5LEY COLLEGE




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LIBRARY FUNDS



CATALOGUE OF PRINTED MUSIC
PUBLISHED BETWEEN 1487 AND 1800
NOW IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM



BY

W. BARCLA.Y SQUIRE, M.A., F.S.A,

Assistant in the Department of Printed Books.



VOL. II.
L— Z

AND

FIRST SUPPLEMENT.



PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES

Sold at the British Museum; and by Longmans & Co., 39, Paternoster Row, E.G.;
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1912
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CATALOGUE OF OLD MUSIC

PRINTED DOWN TO THE END OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.



L * * * *, 71/. Les A Propos dc Socicte ou
chansons de M. L * * * * [P. Lanjon]. (Les
A. Propos de la Folie ou Chansons
Grotesques, e<c.) 3 torn. rPoris,] 1776. 8".

11475. ccc. 13.
With fionlisjneccs, title-pages, etc., bij
Moir.au le Jeune.

[Another copy.] 85. b. 18.

Ij * *, M. dc. Ilecueil de Romances
historlques, teudres et burlesques, tant
anciennes que modernes, avec les Airs
notes. Par M. [Charles] de L^usse].
IParis,'] 17G7. 8". 1081. m. 6.

L., 3/''. Entre I'Amour et le Yin. Duo a
Boirc. Les paroles et la musique sont
de M' L . . . de Ligny. [Pari.s,] 1749. 4^

297. c. 23.
Mercure dc France, Sept., 1749.

Le Nouvel An. Chanson. [Words by]
L. E. Guichard. [Paris,] 1751. s. sh. 4".

298. c. 3.
Mercure dc France, April, 1751.

L * *, D. Tristes regrets, sortez ^e ma
pensee. Romance Tcndrc. (Les Paroles
& la Musique, sont de M. D. L * *.)
Gravee par M'Charpentii'. Imprimc'e par
Tournclle : {Paris,'] 17G0. s. sit. S\

297. d. 22.
Mercure dc France, Feb., 1760.

L., D. Vous jouissez d'une beaute supreme.
Madrigal a il/"^' .4;- * * * dc * * *, etc.
[Paris,] 1746. s. sh. i". 297. c. 5.

Mercure de France, March, 1740.

L., E. A Short Direction for the Perform-
ance of Cathedrall Service. Published for
the Information of such Persons, as are
Ignorant of it, and shall be call'd to
officiate in Cathedralls, or Collegiate
Churches, where it hath formerly been
in use. By Erdwardj L[owe]. William
Hall for Richard Davis: Oxford, 1661.
obl.i". E. Pam."l924. (2.)

Ij., E. M. J. D. Vous troublez les humides

plaines. Air. (Ces Paroles et la Musique

sont de E. M. J. D. L.) [Paris,]

1732. s. sh. 4°. 298. a. 23.

Mercure de France, June, 1782.

VOIi. II.



Ij., J. R. Sweet Nancy. See Assist. Assist
me ev'ry tuneful bard. Sioeet Nancy, etc.
[By J. R. L.] [1756.] 8'

P.P. 5439. ab.

Sweet Namiy, etc. [Song.] [London,

1756.] 8°. 250. c. 3.

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. XXVL,

p. 85.

L., M. A. V. Fruelings-Mayen. Vondreyssig,
in einem Haussgiirtlein auffgewachsenen,
doch etwas zu frue abgebrochenen Blumen.
Zusammen gebunden, vnd in einem
Heliconischen Geviiss, aufi begehren
dargestellet, durch einen Liebhaber der
Geistlichen G arte n-gesellsc haft
(M[attha,usj AjpellesJ v[onJ L^owensternJ).
[Breslau, 1644.] 8". C. 39. d. 3. (1.)

L., II. Cloe. [Song.] [London,

1758.] s. sh. 8\ P.P. 5439. ab.

New Universal Magazine, July, 1758.
Old England's Glory revived. [Song.]
Set by R. L. [i.e. Richard Langdou ?]
[London, 1759.] 8°. 158. 1. 4.

Tlte London Magazine, 1759, ^>. 674.

L., T. Yankee Doodle. Or The Negroes
Farewell to America. [Song.] The Words
and ^lusic by T. L. C[harles and] S[amucl]
T[hompson : London, 1775 ?] .s. sh. fol.

G. 310. (163.)

L., W. Sec Psalms. [English.] A Collec-
tion of Tunes, suited to the various IMetres
in Mr. Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of
David, etc. [Edited by W. L.] 1719. 18".

A. 620.

LA. La ci darem la mano. Duet.
Sec IMozART (W. A.) [Don Giovanni.]

LAAG (Heinrich) Anfangsgriinde zum
Clavierspielen und Generalbass.
Bei J. W. Schmid : Osnabrilck, 1774. 4".

C. 114.
Fimfzig Lieder und zwar drei und vierzig
von Herru J. C. Lavater und sieben sonst
bekannte Kirchen- Lieder, in Melodien
gebracht und herausgegeben von H. Laag.
In der Waisenliaus-BuclidrucJicrcy : Casscl
und Osnabrilck, 1777. 4". C. 576.

[Another copy.] E. 1754.



LA B ***— L'ABBfi



LA B * * * ( de) 31"'-. La Mere Abandou-
n^e. Romance par M"^ Basile, etc.
Chis Camand : [Pans, 1780?] S".

B, 362. a. (89.)

LABAILLIVE ( ) Madame. Ah ! qu'uue
femme est a plaindre. Ariette, etc.
[Paris, 1780 ?] S". B. 362. a. (81.)

LA BARRE (Joseph de CHABAN-
CEAU DE) Dolorosi peusieri. Air
Italieii d 3 2Mrties, etc. [Paris,

1678.] sh. obi. 4". P.P. 4482.

Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Aug., 1678,
p. 126.

LABARRE (Louis Juliex CASTELS
DE) Trois Duos concertaus pour deux
Violons ... 3" Livre de Duos. [Separate
Parts.] Chez Momigny : Paris,

[1795 ?] fol. g. 421. m. (2.)

LA BARRE (Michel de) Premier
(Deuxieme) Livre de Pieces pour la Flute
Traversiere, avec la Basse-Coutiuue, etc.
Grave par Barlion. 2 Bks. CJiez V Auteur :
Paris, 1710. obi. 4". c. 64.

LABARRE (Trille) See Jacques,
Cousin, pseud. [Lcs Capucins.'] Air des
Gapucins . . . Accompaguement par INP T.
Labarre. [1791.] 8'\ B. 362. b. (169.)

L'ABBE ( ) Choirmaster of St. Jacques,
Dieppe. Amants, quand finiront vos
peiues? Eccit de Basse. [Paris,

1679.] s. sh. obi. 4°. P.P. 4482.

Nouveau Mercure Galant, Feb., 1679.

Decoiffe-moy cette Bouteille. Chanson a

Boire [for two voices, words bv Pageau. :

[Paris,\ 1679. s. sh. obi. 4°. P.P. 4482^.

Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Aug., 1679,

p. 195.

On souffre quand on ayme bien. Air
Nouveau [for two voices, words by de
Merville]. [Paris, 1678.] s. sli. obi. i\

P.P. 4482.
Nouveau Mercurc Galant, Sept., 1678,
p. 19.

Pour boire avec plus de plaisir. Air
Nouveau. [Paris, 1678.J s. sh. obi. 4°.

P.P. 4482.
Nouveau Mercurc Galant, July, 1678,
p. 131.

i'our une jeuuc merveille. Air Nouveau.
[Paris, UJlS.j s. sh. obi. i". P.P. 4482.
Nouveau Mercure Galant, May, 1678,
p. 106.

Si Tirsis est une iuconstautfe]. Air

Nouveau [for three voices . [Paris,]

1679. s. sh. obi. 4". ' P.P. 4482.

Nouveau Mercure Galant, Aug., 1679,

2). 89.



L'ABB;6, le Fits, pseud, [i.e. Joseph
Barnabe Saint-Sevin.] Jolis Airs ajustes
et varies pour un Violon seul . . . CBuvre
Ml". Grave par Mad""= Oger. Cliez M. de
la Chevardiere : Paris, [1776 ?] fol.

h. 1113. a. (2.)

Priucipes du Violon pour apprendre le
doigte de cet instrument et les differends
Agrements dont il est susceptible, etc.
Chez Des Lauricrs : Paris, [1772.] fol.

h. 1113.

Premier (Deuxieme) Recueil d'Airs
Francois et Italiens. Avec des Variations
pour Deux Violons, Deux Pardessus, ou
pour une Flute ou hautbois avec un Violon
. . .Grave par L. Hue. 2 Bks. Chez

rAufetir: [Paris, 1155?] fol. g. 997.
Tlie only composer named in these col-
lections is I'crgolcse.

Souates a Violon seul . . . Gravees par ]\I""=
Leclair. . .CEuvre i"". Chez I Auteur :

Pflm, [1745?] fol. h. 1113. a. (1.)

Six Senates a Violon seul et Basse . . .
CEuvre viii'. Gravees par Louise Leclair
femme Quenet. Cltez V Auteur : Paris,
[1755?] fol. h. 1113. b.

L'ABBE (Anthony) The Prince of Orange.
A New Dance for the Year 1733. By Mr.
Labbe. ]\'ritt bi/ Mr. Pemberton :

[London, 1733.j 4'\ ' h. 801. (4.)

The Prince of Wales's Saraband. A New
Dance for Her Majesty's Birth dav, 1731.
By Mr. Labbe. Writ f by Mr. Pemberton .



[London, 1731.] fol.



h. 801. (3.)



Prince William. A New Dance for His

^Majesty's Birth-day 1721. By Mr. Labbe.

Writt b>i Mr. Pemberton : [London,

1721.] fol. ' h. 801. b. (1.)

The Princess Amelia. A New Dance for
his Maj""' Birth-dav. Compos'd by j\Ir.
L'Abee for the Year '1718. Writ by Mr.
Pemberton : ''Londo)t, 1718.] fol.

h. 801. b. (3.)

The Princess Ann's Chacone. A New
Dance for his jNIaj"" Birth-day. Compos'd
by Mr. L'Abee for the Year 1719. Writ
by Mr. Pemberton : [London, 1119.\ fol.

h. 801. b. (2.)

The Princess Anna, a new Dance for his
Majesty's Birth Day 1716. Compos'd by
Mr. L'Abee. Writ by Mr. Pemberton:

[London, ni6.] fol. h. 801. -(1.)

[Another copy.] h. 801. b. (5.)

[Another edition.] The Princess Anna.
Mr. L'Abee's New Dance for his Majesty's
Birth Day 1716. Engraven in Characters
& Figures for the use of ^Masters.

Printed for I. Walsh and I. Hare :
London, [1716.]" fol. h. 801. a. (1.)



L'ABBE— LA COMBE



L' ABB!^ (A>-thoxy) The Princess Royale,
a uew Dance for his Majestys Birth Day
1715. Compos'd by Mr. L'Abee. Writ by
Mr. Pembcrtoii : [London, 1715. J fol.

h. 801. b. (6.)
[Another edition.] The Princess Royal, a
new Dance for his Majesty's Birth Day,
1715. Gompos'd by Mr. "L'Abee. The
Figure & Characters fairly Engrayeu.

Printed for I. Walsh cO J. Hare :
London, [1715.] fol. h. 801. (2.)

The New Kigadon. Compos'd by Mr.
L'abbee for the Year 1723. [London,

1723.] fol. h. 801. a. (4.)

The Roj'al George. A New Dance. Com-
pos'd by Mr. L'Abee for the Year 1717.

Writ by Mr. Pcvibcrton : [London,
1717.] fol. h. 801. b. (4.)

See Pembektox (E.) An Essay for the
further Improyement of Dancing... To
which is added... A Passacaille by Mr.
L'Abbe, etc. 1711. 4" & fol. 556. e. 16.

LABORDE (Jean Benjamin de) [Les
Bons Amis.] Ariettes detaches des Bons
Amis, etc. [17G1.] 8\
See Bons Amis. C. 407.

Choix de Chansons. . .Ornecs d'Estampes
par J. ]\I. Moreau. . .CTrayees par Moria
ot IMllc. Vendome. 4 Tom. C]icz de

Lormel : Paris, 1778. 8". K. i. h. 18.
T/ic title-i)agc is dated 1773, but some of
tJic illustrations are dated 1774.

Gilles, Gar(^on Peintre, z'Amoureux-t-ct
Hival. [For editions of this work pub-
lished anonymously :] See Gilles, GAR90N
Peintre.

Le mariage a ses peiues.
See infra: [La Menniihx de Gentilly.]

[La Jleuniere de Gentilly.] Die Miillerinu.
Ein Singspiel, etc. [Music by J. B. de La
Borde.] Sec Oi'ehettas. Sammlung der
komischen Operetteu, etc. Band III.



No. 5. 1772. 8".



B. 729.



Le mariage a ses peincs. Air, etc.

(Les paroles sent de M. ^leunier, etc.)
Piecoqiiilliec : [Paris,] 1768. s. .sh. 8'\

297. e. 20.
Mercurc de France, Dec, 1768.

[For editions published anonymously:]

Sec Meuniebe de Gentilly.

Essai sur la Musique Ancienne et IModerne.

[By J. B. de Laborde and P. J. iloussier.j

[For editions of this work published

anonymously :J Sec Essai.

On n'entend plus le chant des amoureux

oiseaux. [Song.] [Paris, 1780? i 8".

B. 362.' b. (11.)
Thetis et Pelee. Tragedie remise en
Musique, etc. [By J. B. de Laborde. Full
Score.] 1765. fol.
See, Thetis et Pelee. I. 315.



LABORDE (Jean Benjamin de) Vols tu
ces Coteaux se noircir. Romance, etc.
[Paris, 1780 ?] S". B. 362. b. (16.)

See also : B . . . , D. L.
See Chansons. Recueil de Chansons,
Ayec un accompagnement de Violou, etc.
TBy J. B. de Laborde.] [1775?] obi. fol.

E. 879.

LABOUR. Labour in yain. [Song.]

See Hudson (R.)

[Another setting.] Labour in yain. Song.

See In. In pursuit of some Lambs, etc.

[1766.] 8\ P.P. 5438. z.

[Another edition.] Labour in yain.

[Song.] See In. In pursuit of some

Lambs. [1775 ?1 s.sh. iol.

G. 309. (128.)
LABOURER. The Labourer's Welcome

Home. [Song.]

See DiBDiN (C.) [The Sjjhinx.]

LABYRINTH. Das Labyrinth. Oper.
See Winter (P. von.)

LACASSAGNE (Joseph ue) Est-il un
encens plus Hatteur. .1 Madame la Dau-
pliine. [Song.] Les Paroles par M. I'Abbe
de I'Attaignaut, etc.
[Paris,] 1773. s. sh. 8". 298. e. 22.

Mercurc de France, July, 1773.
Traite general des Elemens du Chant, etc.
Oicz I'Auteur : Paris, 1766. 8».

C. 359.

LACEPEDE ( ) Count de.

See La Ville-sur-Illon (B. G. E. de)
Count de Lac^pikle.

LA CHAPELLE (Jacques Antoine de)
See MovTE (F. de). Sonetz de P. de Ron-
sard, d'c. [With a dedication by J. A. de
la Chapelle.] 1575. obi. 4\ A. 125.

LACHNITH (Ludwig Wenzel).

See Haydn (F. J.) [Symi)]io)iies. B. cC H.
No. 85.] La Reine de France Overture . . .
arranged for the Piano-Forte. . .by Mr.
Lachnitt. [1795?] fol. h. 2999. (3.)
See Pleyel (I. J.) Trois Quatuors...
arrang^ree pour Clavecin. . .avec accom-
pagnemens de Violou & Basse, par Mr.
Lachnitt. 2 Suittes. [1790 ?] fol.

g. 161. (7-8.)
(See Pleyel (I. J.) Trois Quatuors. . .ar-
rangeae. . .par Mr. Lachnitt. 12th Suitte.
[1790?] fol. g. 85. c. (1.)

LACKNER ( de) Mrs. Second Set of
Six Original German Waltz's, adapted for
the Piano Forte, f/c. E. Bilei/ : London,
[1800?] fol. g. 272. u. (7.)

LA COMBE ( de). Pour les coeurs
delicats. Air Serieux, etc. [Words by]
De Bignicourt. [Paris,] 1735. s. sh. 4".

297. b. 10.
Mercurc de France, Oct., 1735.

B 2



LACORCIA— LADY



LACORCIA (Scipione). Di Scipioue
Lacorcia II Terzo Libro de IMadrigali a
Ciuque Voci. Canto. (Alto.) (Teuore.)
(Basso.) (Quinto.) 5 pts. Per Costantino
Vitale : Napoli, 1G20. 4". K. 3. h. 17.

LACOSTE ( ) Aricie, Ballet [written
by J. Pic]. Represente par I'Acadeniie
Koyale de Musique, etc. Chez C. Ballard :
Paris, 1697. obi. A". B. 743.

LA CROIX (Antoine de) Azile donne a
I'amour. [Song.] See Nina. Dors cher
enfant, etc. (Azile donne a I'aniour.
Musique de LP de la Croix.)
[1800?] fol. H. 346. (25.)

LAD. The Lad wha lilts sae sweetly.
Song. See Hook (J.)

LADIES. Ladies and Beggars. Glee.
Sec Gentle. Gentle Ladies good in
nature, etc. [1775 ?] fol.

G. 316. j. (4.)
The Ladys can not but approve. what
a Bemt, my Granny ivas. [Song.]

Printed for J. Buchinger : London,
[1800?] fol. G. 805. m. (26.)

The Ladies' Case. [Song.]
Sec How. How hard is the Fortune, etc.
[1740?] s.sJi.lol. G. 316. e. (8.)

The Ladies in Vaux-Hall-Gardens to the
British Officers at Dettingen. [Song.]
Sec Gladwin (T.)

The Ladies' Lamentation for y° Loss of
Senisino. [Song.]
Sec As. As musing I rang'd, etc.
[1735 ?] s. sit. fol. G. 316. d. (27.)

The Ladies of rank are so frisky and fine.
Song. See William and Nanny.

LADIES' FROLIC. The Ladies' Frolick.
Comic Opera.
Sec Bates (\V.) and Arne (T. A.)

LADIES' POCKET GUIDE. The

Ladies' Pocket Guide or The Compleat
Tutor for the Guittar, containing Easy
Rules for Learners. . .with a choice Collec-
tion of the most famous Airs, etc. D. Ihdher-
foord: London, [1150 2] 8\ e. 375.

TJie composers named in tliis work are :
Corelli, Snoiv, Ha)idcl and Grano.

LADS. Lads and Lasses, blithe and gay.
A New Dialogue. Sung by Master Adams
and ]\Iiss Carli, at Finch's Grotto-Gardens.
[London, 1763.] 8". P.P. 5441.

Royal Magazine Vol. IX., p. 26'J.
Lads and Lasses, blithe and gay. A Netv
Dialogne. Sung by Master Adams and
Miss Carli, at Finch's Grotto-Gardens.
[London, 1763.] 8°. P.P. 5140.

Lady's Magazine, Vol. Y.,]). 721.

[Another setting.] Lads and lasses blith

and gay. Song.

See Puecell (H.) [Don Quixote. PartIL]



LADS. Lads and Lasses hither come.
Round. See Atterbury (L.)
The Lads and the Lasses. Damon and
Daphne. Song, etc. [London,]

1799. s. sh. 4", P.P. 5141.

Lady's Magazine, June, 1799.
The Lads of the Glen. [Song.]
See DiBDiN (C.) [Christmas Gambols.}

LADURNER (Ignaz Anton) Gaite
militaire. [Song.]. . .Paroles du Cit.
Pillet, etc. Chez hnbault : Paris,

[1795?] 8". B. 362. (171.)

Trois Senates pour Forte-Piano avec
Accompagneinent de Violon et Violoncelle
. . .CEuvre i". Cliez ill'" Boyer : Paris,

[1785?] fol. h. 3212. f. (5.)

The string parts only,

LADY. Six Ballads, with an Accompani-
ment for the Harp, the IMusic by A Lady.
Printed for the Composer :
[London, 18002] fol. G. 356. (1.)

The title-page is signed ' B. S.'
Bless'd be those sweetly shining eyes.
Song. Music bv a Lady. [London,]

1797. s. sh. 4".' P.P. 5141.

Lady's Magazine, June, 1797.
Six Easy Canzonets and Three Duets for
the Piano Forte or Harpsichord. Com-
posed by a Lady. Longman and Broderip,
for the Authoress : London, [1795 ?]
obi. fol. E. 270. (16.)

Emma or the Bough-pot Girl. A favorite
Song composed by a Lady. W. Hodsoll :
London, [1797 ?] fol. G. 356. (32.)

Fair the Face of Orient Day. A Favorite
Song, composed by a Lady. W. Hodsoll :
London, [1797 ?] fol. G. 356. (33.)

French Fraternity. [Song] By a Lady,
composed in Honor of the . . . Naval
Victories, obtained by our Three Gallant
Admirals. T. Skillcrn, for the AiitJtor :
[London, 1797 ?] fol. G. 376. (49.)

The Genie of the Mountains of Balagete.
An Ode, Composed by a Lady [Ann Home,
afterwards Mrs. J. Hunter]. Author of
the Death Song of the Cherokee Indians,
and some other Poetical and IMusical
Attempts, etc. Longman and Broderip :
[London, 1790?] fol. G. 307. (217.)

The Happy Lover. [Song.] Set by a
Lady. [Loiulon, 1745 ?] s. sh. fol.

G. 311. (90.)

[Another copy.] G. 305. (227.)

How gay that air! Song. . .'Music by a
Lady. [London,] 1796. s. sli. 4".

P.P. 5141.
Lady's Magazine, Feb., 1796.
I have found out a Gift for my Fair. A
Ballad [words by W. Shenstone]. . .The
]Music by a Lady. [London,

1797 ?] 5. sh. fol. G. 356. (50.)



LADY— LAEUSIMPELTZ



LADY. Mary Macgie's Dream. [Song.] The

Music by a Lady [Ann Home, afterwards

Mrs. J. Hunter], Author of Canzonets, etc.

Longman and Broderip, for the Author :

[London, mo^ fol. 'G. 311. (162.)

Ode on the Glorious Victory gain'd over
the French Fleet, off the Mouth of the
Nile, by Admiral Lord Nelson, on the
1" of August, 1798. The Music ... by a
Lady. G. Smart : London, [1798.] fol.

G. 376. (47.)

On a Lady weeping. [Song.] Words by
Prior. Music by a Ladv.
[London,] 1797. s. sh. i". P.P. 5141.
Lady's Magazine, May, 1797.

The Proofs of Passion, a favorite Song,
the Words and ]\Iusic by a Lady.
Prcstoii: London, [1189?] fol.

II. 1994. d. (40.)

See, whilst thou weep'st. [Song.] Words
bi/ M. Prior. I\Iusic by a Ladv. [London,]
1797. s. sh. 4°. 'p.p. 5141.

Lady's Magazine, Oct., 1797.

Sighs and tears reliev'd. A Favorite
Song by a Lady. Broderip and Wilkinson :
London, [1799 ?] fol. G. 356. (34.)

The South Sea Ballad. Set by a Ladv.
[London, 1120?] s. sh. io\.

G. 307. (26.)

[Another edition.] The South Sea Ballad.
See Change Alley. Change Alley's so
thin, c^c. [1720?] s. sh. fol.

H. 1601. ^92.)

The second Part of the South Sea Ballad.
Set by a Lady. [Lond'in 1721? t.sh.io

G. 313. (38.



The Lady at her Toilet. Song.

See As. As Frazer at her Toilet sat, etc.

[1720 ?] s. sh. fol. H. 1601. (1.)

The Ladv Devoted. [Song.]
See DuRFEY (T.)

The Lady Devoted. [Song.] Sec One.
One Sundav at St. James's Prayers.

G. 310. (183.)

The Lady of the May. [Song.]

See Pretty. Pretty Wanton come away.

[1750?] s.sh.iol. G. 311. (8.)

A Lady's Advice to her Lover. [Song.]
See Tell. Tell me no more of pointed
Darts. [1750?] s. sh. fol.

G. 316. f. (28.)

A Lady's Advice to her Lover. [Song.]
See Tell. Tell me no more of pointed
Darts, cic. [1758.] 8'\ P.P. 5439. ab.

The Lady's Answer to the Chimney
Sweeper. [Song.] See How. How Dare
such Chimney Sweepers come.
[1720?] s.sh.tol. H. 1601. (201.)



LADY. The Lady's Birth-Day. [Song.]
See Four. Four and twenty Fidlers aU
in a Row, etc. [1720?] s. sh. fol.

H. 1601. (165.)
The Lady's Diary. fSong.]
See DiBDiN (C.) [A Tour to the Land's
End.]

The Lady's Dream. [Song.] See G., S.
The Ijady's Lamentation for y^ absence of
Cap' John. [Song.] See As. As near to
Rosamonda's stream, etc.
[1740.] s. sh. fol. G. 306. (114.)

The Lady's Lamentation for y" Loss of
Senesiuo. [Song.] Sec As. As musing
I rang'd, etc. [1735 ?] s. sh. fol.

G. 316. d. (26.)
The Lady's Repulse. [Song.]
See Hercules. No more invade me.
The Lady's Reimlse, etc. [1715 ?]

s. sh. fol. G. 303. (47.)

The Lady's Toast. [Song.] See Away.
Away ye fantastical Shadows of Grief.
[1710?] s.sh.iol. H. 1601. (28.)

LADY ALICE. Lady Alice. Ballad.
See In. In Scarlet Town where I was
born. Barbara Allen, a7id Lady Alice.
Two... Ballads, <?/c. FISOO?] fol.'

G. 796. (4.)

LADY BAIRD'S REEL. Lady Baird's
Reel made into a Rondo for the Piano
Forte. N. d M. Stewart : Edinburgh,

[1790?] fol. g. 149. (13.)

LADY HARRIOTE. Lady Harriots.
[Song.] See Boyce (W.)

LADY ISABELL. Lady isabell *****
Glee. See Pleyel (I. J.) [Lieder oeym
Clavier zic singen. Th. II. Die frilhe
Licbc]

LADY JANE GRAY. Lady Jane
Gray's Lamentation. [Song.]
See GiORDANi (G.) or (T.)

LADY OF THE MANOR. The Lady
of the ^lanor. Comic Opera. See Hook (J.)

LADY'S TRIUMPH. On a Bank of
Flow'rs. A new Song sung by Mr.
Pack in the Lady's Triumph. [Words by
L. Theobald, music by J. E. Galliard.]
[Lo?idoH, 1718?] s.sh.tol.

H. 1601. (344.)
[Another edition.] On a Bank of Flow'rs.
A neiv Song, etc. [London,

1718 ?] s. sh. fol. G. 316. g. (48.)

[Another edition.] On a Bank of Flow'rs,
etc. [London, 1120?] s.sh.iol.

G. 305. (213.)
[Another copy.] G. 310. (185.)

LAEUSIMPELTZ (Charis) p>seud.
See Tapinsmus (M.) pseud, and Laeusim-
PELTz (C.) pseud. Refutation des Satyri-
schen Componistens, etc. 1678. 4°.

12305. d. 26.



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LA FEILLEE (PRAN901S de) Nouvelle
]\I6thode i^our apprendre facilement les
Regies du Plain-Chant et de la Psalmodie.
Avec des Messes & autres Ouvrages en
Plain-chant figur6 & musical . . .^a voix
seule & en partie. . .Nouvele Edition,
revue, corrigee, & augment^e par un
Eccl^siastique, etc. Chez J. F. Faulcon it
F. Barbier : Poitiers, 1782. 12".

B. 813. a.

L'AFFILLARD (Michel) Principes
tres-faciles pour bien apprendre la
Musique, qui conduiront promptement
ceux qui ont du naturel pour le Chant
jusqu'au point de chanter toute sorte de
Musique proprement, & a Livre ouvert ;
. . . Sixi^me Edition revue, corrigee, &
augment^e.
Chez C. Ballard : Paris, 1705. obi. A".

A. 470.

LA FOND (Jean FRAN901S) A New
System of ]Music, both Theorical and
Practical, and yot not Mathematical,
etc. (Vol. I.) (The Truth of the Twelve
Notes; and one of their great Uses.,,
illustrated in two. . .Preludes. . .And two
other . . . Advantages . . . examplify'd in
Corelli's vi. Sonata, iv. Work, fitted for
those Purposes.) 2 pts. Printed for the
Author : London, 1725. 8" & 4°.

1042. k. 8.
No more published.
[Another copy.] 1042. k. 9.

LA FONTAINE ( de) L'Absence.
Romance, a Nirz6. [Written] Par M.
Courcelles. [Paris, 1785 ?] 8°.

B. 362. a. (95.)
Le Conseil. Ariette, [written] par jM.
Courcelles, etc. [Paris, 1785 ?] 8».

B. 362. c. (5.)

LAGACHE ( ) Ainsi qu'un papillon
volage. Ariette, etc. [Paris,]

nil. s. sh. 8°. 297. f. 16.

Mercure de France, Sept., 1777.

LAGARDE (N. de) ^gle. Ballet en un
Acte. . .Grave par Labass^e. Chfs

VAtUeur : Paris, [1751.] fol. H. 537.
Ah ! le beau temps. Brunette, etc.

Grav^e ixir Labassi^e : [Paris, 1757.]
s. sh. 8". 297. h. 28.

Choix des Anciens Mo-cures, Tom. II.,
p. 168.

Aimons, buvons. Dno, etc. [Paris,

1780?] 8". B. 362. i. (41.)

Aimons, aimons. Duo Parodid sur,

Aimons, buvons, de Mr. de la Garde.
[Paris, 1780 ?] 8". B. 362. e. (44.)

Nouveaux Airs a une et Plusieurs Voix.
1" Livre 2" Edition revue, etc. (Second
Livre.) (Troisi^me Livre.) 3 Liv. Chez
VAuteur : Paris, [1765 ?] obi. 4°.

C. 640. (2.)



LAGARDE (N. de) En^e et Didon,
Cantate, etc. Grav6 par J. Renou.
Chez VAuteur : Paris, [1764.] obi. 4'\

C. 640. (4.)

He! quoi tout sommeille. Chassc,...en
Duo. [Paris, 1180?] 8".

B. 362. e. (45.)

Journal de INIusique, etc. Gravee par L.
Hue. Au Bureau du Mercure ; Paris,

1758. obi. 4'\ C. 640. a. (1.)

llie number for May only.

Premier (Second) Recueil d'Airs a Une,
Deux et Trois Voix, etc. Grav6 par J.
Renou. 2 pts. Chez VAuteur : Paris,

1742(-3). obi. 4". C. 640. a. (2.)

I. (II.) Recueil de Brunettes avec accom-
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Quatrieme(-VI'') Recueil de Duo, dc. 3 pts.
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C. 640. (3.)

Soyez toujours Songes charmans. Ariette,
. . . Avec Accompagne"'' de Guithare par
M - Guichard. [Paris,] 1779. 8°.

B. 362. g. (77.)

Tendre fruit des pleurs de I'aurore. Ariette.
[Paris, 1770?] 8°. B. 362. e. (59.)

[Another copy.] B. 362. b. (25.)

Tout dit qu'il faut aimer. Chanson.
(Les paroles sont de M. de B. . .etc.)

Gravic par M"'' Leclair la fille : [Paris,]
1756. s. sh. 8°. ' 297. d. 2.

Mercure de France, August, 1756.



Flores Jesssei,
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LAGKHNER (Daniel)
Musicis modulis & fere
adaptati, etc. ^ledia.
In officina typographica Pauli Kauffmanni :
Noiibcrgie., 1606. 4". ' C. 75.



LAGO (Giovanni del) Breue Intro-
duttione di Musica Misurata. . .scritta al
]\Iagnifico Lorenzo Moresino patricio
Venetiano, etc. Ex prselo Brandini ((•

Octauiani Scoti fratrum habcntnr ex-
cussat: Venetiis, 1540. 4°. K. 8. c. 19.



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