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with this harmony in some shape or other is pro-
bably the only law of music which has remained
in full force through all the changes from the
ancient to the modern styles. Its application is
so universal that only one exception occurs
readily to the mind, that of a song by Liszt, in
which the effect of the innovation is so unsatis-
factory that it is extremely improbable that it
will often be repeated. [j^I-]

TORRIAN, Jehan, of Venice, lived at the
end of the 15th century, and built in 1504 the
organ of Notre Dame des Tables, Montpellier.
A copy of the curious contract may be seen in
Roret's ' Manuel des Facteurs d'Orgues ' (Paris,
1849). [V, de P.;

TOSTI, F. P. Line 2 of article, /or April 7
1827, read April 9, 1846. P. 152 a, 1. 11, foi
sine read sene.

TOWERS, John. Line 8 from end of article,
for Conell, read Cliarlton on Medlock.

TOY SYMPHONY (Ger. Kimlersinfonie;
Fr. La Foire des Enfants, or Symphonie Bur-
lesque). The English name by which a certain
work of Haydn's is known. A tradition which
there is no reasonable cause for doubting says
that the composer got seven toy instruments at



800



TOY SYMPHONY,



a fair at Bercbtesgaden, and taking them to
Esterhaz, summoned some of his orchestra to an
important rehearsal. When they found that
they were expected to pLay a new symphony
upon these toys (the only real instruments in
the score are two violins and a double bass) the
most experienced musicians in the band failed to
keep their time for laughing. The original
parts are entitled 'Sinfonia Berchtolsgadensis ' ;
the toy instruments employed are a ' cuckoo '
playing E and G, a trumpet and di-um in G, a
whistle, a triangle, and a ' quail ' in F. There
are tliree movements, the last of which is played
three times over, faster and faster each time.
The symphony is in C major, and was written
in 17SS. [See Pohl's ' Haydn,' vol. ii. p. 226, etc.]
Andreas Romberg wrote a symphony for much
tlie same instruments, with the addition of a
pianoforte duet, a rattle, and a bell. He attempts
more elaborate modulations than Haydn ventures
to use, but his symphcmy lacks the fun and fresh-
ness of the older master's work, although his slow
movement, an Adagio lamentabile, is very hu-
morous. Mendelssohn wrote two — tiie fii'st for
Christmas 1827, for the same orchestra as Hay-
dn's, the second for Christmas 1828. Both seem
to have vanished. [See vol. ii. p. 261.] Mr.
Franklin Taylor has written one for piano and
toys which is not infrequently played. [M.]

TRACTULUS. I. A kind of Neuma, used be-
fore the completion of the Stave. [See Neoma].

II. The Guidon, or Sign, used at the end of a
Stave, to indicate the note with which the next
Stave begins. (In English it is called a Di-
rect.) [W.S.R.]

TRACTUS (Deriv. trahn, traxi, to bear;
Eng. Tract). A form of Versicle sung, in the
Roman Church, after the Gradual, between the
Epistle and Gospel. The Graduale and Tractus
owe their names to the primitive custom of sing-
ing the Epistle and Gospel from two Pulpits, or
Ambones, placed on opposite sides of the Choir ;
the Epistle being sung on the south, and the
Gospel on the north side — when the orientation
of the Church was correct. The Graduale was
Bo called, because it wa9 sung while the Deacon
was ascending the steps, on the Gospel-side.
The Tractus owed its name to the ceremony of
c.nrrying the book from one side to the other.
The Plain-Chaunt Melodies to both are of the
highest antiquity. [W.S.R.]

TRANSCRIPTION". A term which in Us
strict meaning should be the exact equivalent of
Arrangement, but which in practice implies a
lifferent,and in most cases a far less worthy pro-
duction, since the transcriber rarely if ever fails
to add something of his own to the work he
selects for treatment. Among the earliest ex-
amples of the transcription in this sense are the
versions of tunes, sacred and secular, contained
in the Virginal Books, which no doubt were
executed to order, or to show off the skill of some
illustrious performer. It is curious to notice
how constant fashion has been in its adherence
to this form of music. AVilliam Babell's harpsi-



TRfiSOR MUSICAL.

chord lessons upon the favourite opera airs o
Handel's time are of the same order, artisticalb
speaking, as Thalberg's ' Home, sweet home,' o:
any other piece of the class in modern days
Earnest musicians seem always to have viewet
these productions with the same disapproval
Burney's opinion of Babell is followed by a pas
sage which may most profitably be studied ir
this connection (Hist. vol. iv. p. 648). Here am
there, of course, are to be fouml transcriptions
which consist of something besides unmeanin|
runs and brilliant passages, and which ever
help to elucidate the intention of the original
composition. Among Liszt's versions of Schu-
bert's songs, there are a few, such as th<
' Erlkonig,' of wliich this may be said, bui
in spite of such brilliant exceptions as this
the form cannot be regarded with unmixed
satisfaction. [M.',

TRANSFORMATION OF THEMES. See
Metamorphosis in Appendix, vol. iv. p. 717.

TREE, Anna Maria, the elder sister of ]\Irs
Charles Kean (Ellen Tree), born 1S03 in Lon-
don, was taught singing by Lanza and Tom
Cooke. She was first engaged at Bath, where
she appeared as Polly in ' The Beggar's Opera,'
Nov. 13, 1818. She made her debut at Coveni
Garden as Rosina in ' The Barber of Seville
Sept. 10, 1 819; became a popular actress and
ballad singer, and remained at that theatre, with
the exception of her provincial engagements, until
her retirement, June 15, 1825. She made a great
success as Luciana, Dec. 11, 1819; Viola, Nov,
8, 1820; Julia, Nov. 29, 1821; Imogen, June
19, 1822; Rosalind, Dec. 10, 1824; in Rey-
nolds and Bishop's musical adaptations of Shake-
speare. Her principal new parts were Louison
in ' Henri Quatre,' April 22, 1820 ; Zaide in the
younger Colman's 'Law of Java,' May 11, 1823;
Lady Matilda in Blanche's 'Maid Marian,'
adapted from Peacock's novel, Dec. 3, 1823;
Clari the IMaid of Milan, in Payne's operatic
play, wherein slie originally sang ' Home, sweet
Home,' May 8, 1823 ; Mary Copp in Payne's
'Charles II.' May 27, 1824 (these last two she
performed at her farewell benefit) ; the Baroness
Matilda in ' The Frozen Lake,' a mutilated
version of Auber's 'Neige,' Nov. 26, 1824, etc.
She married Mr. James Bradshaw, afterwards
member for Canterbury, Aug. 15, 1S25, and died
at her residence, Queen's Gate Terrace, Feb. 17.
1862. Chorley described her as a singer with a
cordial, expressive mezzo-soprano voice, and much
real feeling. [A.C.]

TRfiSOR MUSICAL. A collection of music
edited by the learned M. Robert van Malde-
ghem, whose researches in the monasteries and
libraries of the continent, including the Vatican,
have yielded splendid results, and, with the
encouragement of the Belgian Government have
rescued from obscurity many works of the old
Flemish and Belgian composers, under whonl
the golden age of counterpoint was reached.
The biographical notices, sometimes accompanied
with portraits, are of interest, but would gain in



TENSOR MUSICAL.

alue were more frequent reference made in
hem to the authorities consulted. Every year
ince 1865 has seen the publication, in a mag-
ificent edition, by Musquardt, Brussels, of two
ooks ('Musique religieuse, musique profane')
f the series, which is not yet complete."^ In
he following index the more usual forms of
9rtain composers' names are preferred to those
iven in Maldeghem's list.



TENSOR MUSICAL.



801



flam-



l!i84



]8S3

1««2



1877
18S7



AHOXTUOUS OB DODBTFin..

Sacred.

a*:—
re Eegina Ccelorum
loge liugua .
Dulcis .
tos Deo .
stalmmaculata .
ilix Anna (2 pans)

06:—
re Maris Stella

Secular.
ng. La Buis5oiinette
let (for 2 basses;

a 3. Partsongs
lUtes les nuits
I ue peut
nr ung jamais
lUS nobles ciieurs
ronsnoa auhre
i-t-ens regret
je sou«p«re
povre mendiant
ievots .
leure est veaue
spitant fortune
ne s^ay plus
ly mis mon cueup
iste suis
Tous chaille
lirondelle .
equetst ben lo

at:—

fn hertken •
me suffit
u homme vieil
.is qui est celui
US son chateau
mois de Mai
la nuit le duuz
leau

e serviront grands-
hresors
ipirs ardents
r le mojen .
1 forts .
[nme de sens
nere des flatteurs
ssi n'est rien
me est le feu
mediocrity .
i vers le ciel
r les sen tiers
acun court .
ge du roi •
grand Diea.
tout plaisir.
vertu precieuse
Tolupte
X ons il fait
, quand la mort
ut sceptre .
ssi n'est il blasou
corps malsein
fond des bols
planterai-je
iui De s'aime en rien
ame

and plus un homme
» jours
peut de bien
:11s successifs
r a la verity
lien heureux
tre mille vertus



iL'honneur . .

Bien heureux .

Le corps malsein .
gglSije me plains
32! Heii aeu den Mensch
44(0 qu'a bon droit .

bien heureux
lb. (transposed)

Celui est fol

L'ame n'endure •

Tout ce qui est

Soit que le ciel.

II est done vrai

trop ingrat !

Odoui priiitemps .

De sin verblijd

Sainte Barbe .

Un visage

3Ion coeur couvert.

Rejouissez-vous

Vous marchez

Ah mon Dieu .

Vignons. vignettes.

Amor che deggio ,

Entree suis

Changier ne veulx .

Plaine de deuil

Helas seray-je .
06:—

Je ne dis mot . .



lo



29



24



Ageicola, Alexakdee.

Sacred.
o4:—

Nobis sancte Spiritus . 1861
Sancte Philippe . . „



Haec dies ...

Secular.
o3:—

Sur tous regrets . IS

4:—
^|Si vous m'aimez .
40 1 Miserable

]2|ll est bien . . . 1>
Belie, pour I'amour . Ij
ABC-iDELT, Jacob.
Sacred.



a4:-

Ave Maria

a5:—

sacrum



18S4



Secular.
o3:—
34lQuand je compasse
So^Sinc^rite .
37 1 Si j'ai deux serviteurs
38 Si Ton pouvait
40,Tout ledesir .
41;Soupirs ardans

Bastom, Josqcin.

Secular,
06:—
1 D^ploration de Lupus . 1876
Baeea. [See HoTlN.]

BENEDICTC3. [See HEET00H3.

Beecheu. Jacob tan.

Sacred.
"■l:—
14 JesuChriste . . 1865



The volumes are numbered merely by the date of publication ,
n the following list, where the last column of figures Indicates
! page of the volume. The division into Sacred and Secular is
; strictly observed : the nords in this list are tised for couTeuieuce
«ference simply.



No? '2 parts) .
Ecclesiam tuara
Sabliato Saucto
Veni Saucte Spiritus

Secular.



1875 25



Dat ick mocht
Gy nacbtegaei

o4:—
L'aultrejour .

Eeeohe, van dek. [See Monte.]

BisscHOP. [See Episcopius.]

Beomel, Anton.

Sacred.
ai:—

O Domine Jesu Christe . 1866 43
Laudate Duminum . 1^5 4
Mass (Kyrie, Gloria,

Credo, ^anctus) .
Agnus Dei of the same 1675 3

Secular,
ai:—
Ach, gheideloos . . 1874 45

Cabilliau.

Secular.
o4 —
L'an et le mois . . 1882 14

Claude. [See Le Jeune.]

CLEJIEN3, NOS PAPA.

Sacred.
o5:—

AveVerum . . . 1884 6

Secular.

ai:—

Doux Eossignol . . 1865 14

Je prends en pci . . 1878 30

11). (transposed) . ,, 32



1881 36 Principis Ausoniae fill
„ 40 (2 parts) . . . 1873 10
„ 42 Csesaris haec animo (2

parts) 20

COMPEBE. LOTSET.
Secular,
o3.—

29 Venez, ami . . . 1877 30

jVa-t-en, regret . . ,, 32

'Recueiliez-vous . . .. ai

1888 20 Sourdes Kegretz



18i7 17

COENETS, PlEREE DES.



ai:—

Keveille-tol



. 1881
Cbecquillon, Thomas.



ai:-
,f„, 3. Super montem (2 parts) 1876 32



Cleve, Joaskes de.
Sacred,



a5:—






Ave Virgo f2 parts)


.,


27


Dum aurore .


^_


23


Nigra sum (2 parts)


• •■


37


Secular.






ai:—






C'est un grand tort


1S65


17


Jesuis coniraint .


1872


42


En esperant .


ItTS


J6


lb. (transposed)


,,


18


(Jiiiladira




17


Si jay lamour


1888


26


a5: —
Caroli magnns erat


1876


15


(Juis tevictorem dicat





21



DESPRfes. [See Pees.]

Ducis. [See Heetoghs.I

Episcopius for Episcopns),

LUDOVICL'3.

a4:—

AntiphoD, Salve Eegina 1875
Faignient, Koe.
Secular.



5 :— ai:—

Mass, Tribulatio . . 1879 3 Basciami , . . , IS;
Questich'inditio . . ,,
Fossa, Joannes de.
Sacred.
ai:—
Litanise de B. Mari& . 18(
Gheebkin.
Secular,
ai:—
'*'^ Mon pauvre coeur . . Iff?

• • ^ Sijel'aimais

1879 29;Ton3miti.5



1878 15



1878



06 :—
Ma^s, Dum transisset
Sabbatum .

a4:—
Doctor bonus (2 parts) 1877
Ego sum via (2 parts) „
Filia? Jerusalem „ .,

In nomine Jesu
Miserere mei
Adjuva nos •
ConvertiminI .
Gregera tuum .

Impia

Deus quis similis (2 parts) ,,

o5:-

EeginacoBli . . . 1877

Tribulatio

Gaudeamus . . . „

Doctor bonus (2 parts) . „

Domine Jesu „ „ :<^

Domine clamavi ., „ 39
Intematos mulierum (2

parts) .... 1879 47

Timete(2parts) . . IStO 3

luclina (2 parts) . . „ 8

aS:-

Alma (2 parts) . . 1876 47

Dum transisset (2 parts) 1S78 8

Mirabile .... li?6o 38
Spes mea .
Bespexit Ellas



Gombebt, Nicolas.



29 Salve Ri^gina .

;<5 Ave Sanctissima .

S91 o5:—

Pater noster . .
Ave Maria
06:—
Ave Maria

Secular



18»0



Secular,
ai:—
Csesaris haec animo (2
parts) ....
In Deo spem .

06:-
Forti qui celebres .
Carole, sceptrigeri pa-
ths ....
Si data coDveuiunt . >



o4:-
^ Genuckelycke dingea
^^ Si je me plains
" 20 Fi^irce sera
jEnespoir
Page du Koi .
Ije n'en puisplos .
1873 36 H"". «"*'<=" • •
1876 St 08:—

Qui medooner&lt .
I
1865 23 a6:—

,v. Sous I'ombre .



1876 15
1884 15



1875 23
1878 19



M3 7 GOSSK, [See Jumceebs.]



802



TRlilSOR MUSICAL.



GouDiMEL. Claude.

Sacred.



TRfiSOR MUSICAL.



Domine quid multipli-

cati ....

A la voix ....

S choirs. Salve Eegina .

Secular,
aS-—

II faut aimer . , ,
Oil planterai-je
Si c'est un grand tour-
meut . . , . „

Hellinck. [See Lupds.]

llEETOGHS, BeNEDICTDS.

Secular.

Mtcsee. .lovis (2 parts)
Mijn hertlien .
Quaiid de Soel
Au fond des bois .
De la nature . . ,
Consid^rant . . ,

lb. (rransposetl)
N'allez-vous pas, trouba-
dour ...

lb. (transposed)
On dit bien vrai .

A bien dire

D'etre paien . . . „
Mon cher tioupeau , ,,
Heil hem . . . . „

En esp^rant

(irootmnchtig God! , „
Petite flpur . . . „
II ii'y a qu'un seul Dieu 1882

ai:—
Danse, Pavane, la Rote 1879

•» ., LaFasane ,,



Basse danse



1867 15



iTribulationem (2 parts)
Cognovi, Domine ,,
Ave Eegina Ccelorum .
JLaudent Deum
Kegina Coeli .

Secular.

jliorsque je chante .
Vous qui brillez .
,„. lAlma Nemes .
1^5 3 f citur in conviviis
•1 *.A ce matin ce serait
I bonne . . , .
Soyons joyeux. . ,
Si pr6.s de moi . «
MaftreEobin .
Quand mon mari revient
Ardant amour .
S'acheminant. le lion .

s en vigne .
Helas! quel jour .
Un doux iienny
Le temps passt5 ,
Avecque vous mon
,mour ....
Je I'aime bien . ,
Fleur de quinze ans
Or, sus, filles .
i^i je suis brun
Xe vous soit utrange
IjiSi vous n'etes enbon-
p point ....
I jpiadonna mia pieta
^jTu sai 3Iadonna , ,
No giorno . . , ,
r,a cortesia • • •
Tu traditora .
Sto core mio , , ,
Fuyons tons , . .
Hatez-vous , , ,
Le bou vivant . • •
Petite folle

3Ion Dieu, disait , .
Aspiration . , ,
Le temp's pent bien
'"n nn lieu . . ,
ies pas compt^s , ,
.llt'chant desir
Beau le crista! . .
Si pour moi . ,
Je ne venx rien
Ton froid legard .



187S
1S80
1888



1863
1867



1S7S 34



1879



Audi tellus



i
18»



tJbi Plato (2nd part) ■

a6:—
Pbi David (3rd part) .
Heroum soboles
Tityre, tu patulaB .
O Jleliboee Deus (2nd
part ....
Nunc gaudere licet.

Jam Incis.
Qui ponet aquam (2nd

^^.Pa") 4K

Edite t'sesareo . . 18(
Obscura sub nocte

(2nd part)

olO:—

Qu6 properas

Le Jeune, CLAtroiH.

Secular,
o4:—

Venez. douleurs . , Igg

Le corps malsain . . „ j„

Ces roses . . . . ' 12

lEMAJTKE. [See Maistee.]

LOTSET. [See Compebe.]

LuDovicus. [See Episcopids.]

Ldpos, Jean.

Sacred.
o5:—

Egregie Dei martyr . 1S81 22
3Iiserere mei .



1868 28 Domine

I .\ve Sanctissima

„ 3lj aS:-

Regina coeli . . . 1315

j,]Litauiae LauretansB . Hat

Secular,
ai:~

Iclt seg vaenvel . . 1873
Mo.NTE, LamBEBTDS VE.

Sacred.
i ail-
Magnificat ... 1875



HoLLANDE. Joannes de.

Secular.
a4:—

Le r: ssipnol . , , ig$o or

Dn vrai fumeur , . , oi

O malheureux . . " 2."

Qui veut nombrer . . " 27
HONDT. [See Gheerkin.]
HOTIN, or Hdtin.

Saered,
a4:—

Peccantem me . . I884 13

JOSQOIN. [See Pees.]

JUNCKER3, GoSSEN.

- , Dehtife Phcebi

o4._ S<">-ed. Ut radios edit . .

■;„...■ Xun tenui (2nd part)

Misitme .... 1885 25 Qnis valet eloquium



Jlargot

I 'e faux Satan .
Lorsqne ma plaints
Per aspro .
Non hanno
I^rrai scorrendo
Ma quel gran Re .
Cosi quel che .
voi gia stauchl .



Kerle, Jacob de,

Sacred.
o4:—

Hats, Pro defunctis . IS86
„ Kegina Ceeli . .3887
.1 Ut,re,mi, fa, sol, la 18S8
o5:—

Te Deum ....

Domine quid multipli-
cati (3 parts)

Venite ad me (3 parts) .

Egressus Jesus ,,

Similitudo (2 parts)

Cum autem esset (2 pts.)

Super omnia Jigna ,,



1863



Forte s^iporifera
■Super flumina

Illic sedimus (2nd part)
Te spectant
3jCernere virtutes
Ave color vini
quam fragrans (2nd
part) ....
Animam meara .
Congregamimi . ,
iQuid potest stulto . . ;
tet quicunque volet



Secular.
I ai:—

j Diligence .

La douceur . . ,

Comme douleurs , . '^

quelle misttre . . „'
De s'atteiidre ....

Mon pauvre coeur . , .'

MalgriS moi . . . issi

Macque, Joannes de.
Sacred,
a 8 (2 choirs):—
De B. Mari& V. . . 1865

Secular,
a4:—

que la vie . . . isn

Xoii al suo amante

Amor ..,,,,

a6:—
lo vidi amor . . ISTS

Maistee, Mattheus le.
Sacred,



18S0 S



lb.

Laudemus . , ,

5:—

Magnum triumphum . „
Descend! . . . . «

06:—
Magnificat . . . ^
MONiE, Philippos DC

Sacred,
5:~

Mass, Ad televavi: Kyrie,

Gloria. Credo
Ad televavi: Sanc-

tus, Agnus Dei .
Emitte Domiue .
06:—
Si ambulavero
Dens mens .
Quomudo dilexi .
Cum sit omnipo-

tens: Kyrie
Cum sit omnipo-

tens : Gloria,

Credo. Sanctus,

Agnus Dei .
Benedicta es .



187D
lESri



li>72



"^



„ Confitebor

Domine
„ Confltebor

Agnus Dei .

Secular,
ait-



tibl
tibi.



Entre dans mon ccenr

Espoir

Quand dans I'azur .

Per divina bellezz' .

Da bei rami

Alma ben . . ,

Verde laaro . , ,



187S !



mm



H <



1865 23



1863 32
l.sr,.?

1676 40



• Sic cum transierunt
^iSi bene perpend! . ,
Quis mih! quis te te .

20 ai:—

Me miserum (2nd part)

ai:—
Nunc juyat (Srd part)

4:— a5:—

Tant plus un bien . 18S2 19,'-*''^ ^''i fit* niia .

LARt^E. [See RUE.] Come^e! (2nd part) .

Lasso, Orlando Di. "^^

Ann! nostr!
Sacred. O Mors, quam amara .'

,„_ . *^ ^°"- bonum (2nd
• • . 1867 S4j part)



Lameeeto. [See Movte.]

Lapperdet. Phlips.

Secular.



04 :-
Ave Jesu



ai:—

Pater noster .

Secular.
Roof my toch . ,
Le Soir

Kein liebon leid .
Erich nicht • • . „
DerFuchs darffgliiclc , „

aS:—
Venite ir lieben Geselln „

a7:—

Ob ich scbon arm . . ,,

Maetelaeke, Joannes de.

Sacred.
a 5 : —

In nomine Jesu . . 1865 20

Meldert, Leonard van.

Secular.
aS:—

Cresci bel' verd' alloro . 1875 33



1865 S



1866 a
18<« 6 ^



1866 1



Ongceval, tah,

Secular,
ait-

jours heureux

Peyeenaeoe. Andbea,

Sacred,
at:—

Laude p!a Dominum .
Dignus es .

aS:-
Benedictio et claritas .

9:-
Gloria (2 choirs) .

Secular.
ai:—

Gloire au combattant .
Quando la voce
Cum humilatio (2nd
part) ....„!)
Ardo, donna . . . ,, II
com' e gran martire . „ V
Dolce mio foco . . „ II

a5:—
Au bon vieux temps



1-^.1



2



1888 i



Mel, Ei.valdo del.

Sacred.
ai:—

Jesu Christe
Hsec dies .
Magnificat 4 toni
Magnificat 8 toui



Je veux. Seigneur -



Seigneur, j a! coufiance
Si le souflfrir
O ! Souverain Pasteur .
Pfere Eternel .
18fi5 2ti l':n ce beau mois
3&T5 43 'Quand vous verrez . ,
„ 44jToutes les units
*• ^SjBonheur dun jour. •



186S U
■1869 11

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TROIS COULEURS.



803



K 5I pleurait
}, h mettant

!Cumbla(2epartie)
Jt ?jllez-Tous
T fois lieureiix .

iiieuse('2e partie)
1 icoiOe .
f lue je vive
f lue nion Ime .
V qui goutez
T;eiililcoeur ,
C t pour vrai
I. viendrai .
J is tenement .

kvoir .
.us avez tort
.- licz-moi .
1 e fortune
1 imitiiS .
! lu' honneoT .



I eiitez-TOUS

1 ce qui est i

aonde ,
I loins que rien .
I e si lonjtemps
8' us m'aimez
1 erche qui voudra
I npt d'ambiiion
( oifi le Chasseur
1 ■ faire qu'uue affec-



■il, enfant
iseaux •



ejus



i plaide •
1 larfura
< ur hautain
( lue corps •
1 re paieu .
« lis heureux
'. e au labeur

ins cet ^tat (2e

lartie)
• jours I'honneur . „ 29
l.douleur . . . „ Si
i tons regrets . . „ 3fi
I est Dieu ,



1S69
1S70



BICHAFOBT, JEAN.

Sacred.

o4:—
Emendemus (2 parts) . 1881 '.
Congratulamini . , ,, i
Sufficiebat i

o5:—
Teni, Sponsa Christl . ., !

Secular,
ai:—

La nature offre . , 1S79 i

lb. (transposed) . ,, i

Chantons le doux , , „ '.

Sur lous regr.Ls . . „ !

BOQIEE r.^TJITR (OU MaITBE
KOGEE).

Secular.
a4:—
Ce nest pas tout • . 1883 :

KoGiEE, Philippe.

Sacred.
ai:—

Mass, Inclyta stirps Jesse 1835

Bore, Gipriako de.

Sacred.
o5:—
Agimus Tibl .
5 1 Da pacem



„\ «3:-

50 1 Tout ce qu'on pent

3| o4:-

^ I Tuveux quitter
11 «5:-
14 Vergine bella .
17 lb. . . .



18fi5
1876



20 Hesperie .... 1876

EOT, BaethSli^mt van.

Secular.
a6:—
Verdi piaggie . . . 186S



omium musices . 1866
estum cautate .



FIPELAEE. MATTHi;US.

Sacred.
o7:—

septera doloribus
,V 1875 31



a4:—

-nd vers le solr .

weedt . .



BnE, PlEEEE DE LA.

Sacred.
a3:—
Cum ccelum . . . 1883
In pace (3 parts) . . „

ai:—
Salve. Kegina . . . 1882
Gaude Virgo (2 parts) . „

VexillaKegis

Dulces exuviae . . ,,

Anima mea

Fama malum . . . 1883

3.-1 Saiicta Maria

37 Doleo super te • • ,.
Salve, Eegina . . . „



. 1865
. 1S78
. l.«85



s seulement
aiLiPPES. [See Vekdelot.;
FONTE, Jacob van.

Secular,
ai:—
mois de Mai • • 1865

PeI:s, Josqoin de3.

Sacred,
ai:—

■ Maria . . . 1866

n saiictosp'ritu . ISSO
sus est Gabriel . • ,,



bat Mater . . , 1867

Secular,
ai:—

Tai-je .... 1878

le regrets . . . 1S79

omme arm6 . . Is84

IS nuls regrets . . 1886

isieurs regrets . • „

■ploration de J. V.

tckeghem . . . 1876



a5:—
Maria, mater . .
06:—

Ave Sanctissima .
Froh dolor ! .

Secular.
o3:-
11 me fait mal . •
ai:—

Vous tous regrets .
De I'ceil .
Ce n'est pas jeu .
Regrets . . .
Deuil et ennui .
Bien plus secret .
Ce m'est tout un .
Quand il survient .
Autant en emporte
I'ourquoy non .

Pour ce que je suis.
Je n'ay deuil . .
Mijn hert . . •
Je nay deuil .
Du tout plougiet .
Car Dieu voulut
Soubs ce fombel
C'est ma fortune .
Helas
Aprez regrets .



ia''2
1883



Veedelot. Philippe.

Sacred.
ai:—
.^ancta Maria . . . 1866 33
Tanto tempore . . lSb7 26

Secular.
a6:—
Ick wil de valsche
Vfereldt. . . . 187S 37

Teedonoe, Coenelids.

Sacred.
ai:—

Ave gratia . . , 1865 13

a Si-
Magnificat . . . 1866 41

Secular,
ai:—

Dame belle . . . „ S"!
A Che piu strali amor . ,. 40

Fro me novas . . . 1876 27

Waeleant, Hdbeet.

Secular.



ai:—

Adieu mon



fr^re



1865 8



WlLLAEKT, ADRIAN.

Sacred.

ai:—

Simulacra gentium . „ 19

later noster . . . 1866 2.)

Quia devotis ..... 30

O gemma ,32

Da pacem . . . 1S60 42

Secular.
o4:—
Sasso ch'io ardo . . 1877 42
Mon pauvre cceur . . 1S7S 3



lb.



(transposed)



Mefauldrail . . . 1886 25

a6:—

Quant il advient . . „ 10

Cueurs diSsolez . . ,, 15

Sale (or Sole). Feanciscus.

Sacred.
a5:—
Mass, Exultandi , . 1868 3
Antiphona, Asperges me 1865 14
OflSces (Int. Grad. Comm.)
for the following feasts :—
B. Andreae Ap. . . 1868 36

S. Nicolai Ep 43]

S. Thomse Ap. . . 1869 3
Nativitatis (in prima
Missa) , 6

06:—
Nativitatis (In summa
Missa) 11

S. Stephani M. . . 1869 20

S. Joannis Ev. . . „ 30

a6:—

Circumcisionls • . „ 39

Epiphanite 41

a5:—

Conversionis S. Pauli . „ 48

lb. (continued) . . 1870 3

Puriticationis . . . ,, 8

S. Matthite 14

Anuiitiationis 17

De Communi S.Mariae . ,, 24

Sohceee, D'Oode.

Secular.
ai:—
Mon Cher troupeau . 1883 9
Seeuist. [See Le Jeune.]
Taet. Jacob.
Secular.
06:-
Hymn (In laudem Fllio-
rum Maxim. II). Cur-
rite felices (3 parts) . 1877 20

TRIO. P. 1725, 1. 25 from hottom, for
three read four, and after latest read but one.



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