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RoMmann, Wilhelm. 
Lother in Worms. Oratorium. Musik von Ludwig Mei- 
nardtts. 11.15348 

Roaaob Lorenzo Ottavio del. See Dei Roaso, Lorenzo Ottavio. 
PoccLi. [Rossijra.] Symphonic poem. Rubinstein. 

No. 2 in M.334.15 
Roat^ Carl Christian Heinrich. 
Die Feyer der Christen auf Golgotha. Ein Oratorium. In 
Musik gesetzt and als ein Auszug zum Singen beym Kla- 
viere hrsg. von Johann Gottfried Schicht. No. i in 11.153^ 
Roataing, Jules. 
Sylvie. Op6ra comique. Paroles de J. Adenis [pseud.] et J. 
Rostaing. Musique de E. Guiraud. No. i in 11.97044 

Roataiiy Joseph Andr^ 
£gill-le-D^mon. Drame fantastique et lyrique. Prologue 
et ^ilogue par J. A. de Rostan et J. M. Coumier. Mu- 
sique de Jules Gerard. No. 3 in M. 956.19 
Roatandy Eugene Alejus Edmond. 
Pierrot qui pleure et Pierrot qui rit. Com^die en musique. 
Musique de * * *. Paris. Heugel ft cie. 1899. 

No. 2 in 11.39345 
La Samaritaine. £vangile. Musique de Gabriel Pieml. 

No. 2 in 11.193.7 
Roay lingered goddess. GUe, Danby. No. 103 in if •990.9.af 

Rot Roesleln. Part-simg. Jubngst. Stindchen. 

No. 37 in If .399.19 
Rota» Giuseppe. 
Ginevra dt Scozia. Melodramma in 3 atti. Poesia di M. 
Marcello. Musica di Giuseppe Rota. Riduzione con ac- 
comp. di pianoforte. Milano. Lucca. [1862?] M. 974.3 
Rota» Vincenzo. 
Der Apotheker. (Lo speziale.) Opera buff a von Joseph 
Haydn. No. 2 in M. 393.95 

Rota Aeuglein. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 23. 

No. 60 in If .944.5.9 
Roth* Franz. 
Stindchen fur Minnerchor und Tenor-Solo mit Pianoforte- 
Begleitung. Leipzig. Eulenburg. [189-?] 

No. 12 in If.9i9.i4 
Rotliy Louis. 
Der Polengraf. Operette in 3 Acten, nach einem G. de 
Grahl'schen Entwurfe von Richard Gen^e und J. Pritz- 
sche. Musik von Louis Roth. VoUstandiger Clavieraus- 
zug. Hamburg. Leichssenring. [i88-?1 If. 391.3 

Der Tugendring. Marchen-Operette in 2 Akten. Text von 
Hermann Hirschel. Musik von Louis Roth. Klavier Aus- 
zug mit Text. Berlin. Internationaler Musik-Verlag 
"Apollo.** 1900. lf.389.98 

Rothe Hanne, Die. Song, Schumann, R. A. Die Lowenbraut. 

No. 8 in M .944.15.1 ; etc. 

RothkaeppcheiL For orchesfra. Bendbl. Marchenbilder. Op. 

135- No. I in if.339.5 



Rothkaeppchen. Opera. For the Music see Boieldieu, F. A. 
Le petit chaperon rouge. For the Libretto see Thtailoa 
de, Lambert. 
Roth-Roesldn. Part-song. Isbnmann. Fiiuif Mannerchore. 
Op. 66. No. 29 in li.399.1x 

Rothschild, Baronne Willy de. 
Ich will's dir nimmer sagen. Romance [s. ou t. Accomp. de 
piano]. Facsimile. (In Album da Gmulois. Vol. 2.) 

No. 17 in if.39X.98.9 
Rotoli, Augusto, editor. 

Basili. Miserere for s. c t. b. No. i in li.99x.34 

Rotondi, Pietro. 
Bianca di Santafiora. Melodramma. Posto in musica dal 
Conte Giulio Litta. li.939^3 

Sardanapalo. Melodramma. Posto in musica dal Conte 

Giulio Litta. li.93944 

Roubin, Am6d^e de. 

Le quai malaquais. Operette en i acte. Paroles de William 

Busnach et £lie Fr6bault. Musique de Am^d^e de Roubin. 

Partition piano et chant. [Paris.] D'Aubel. [1866.] 

No. 2 in If .307.40 
Rottblard le canotier. Opera. For the Music see Villebichot 

Roach, Alma. 
Un pecheur en chambre. Operette. Musique de Fr^d^ric 
Maihol. No. 2 in M. 247.9 

RoucoaXy Paul Urbain. 
Absalon. Operette bouffe. Paroles de Paul Burani [pseud.] 
& A. Pouillon. Musique de Achille D. Campisiano. 

No. I in If .975.97 

La barbiire improvis^e. Op^ra comique. Paroles de P. 

Burani [pseud.] et J. Montini. Musique de Joseph O'Kelly. 

No. I in ii.977.x5 
La belle Sophie. Op^ra-bouffe. Paroles de P. Burani 
[pseud.] & E. Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de Edmond 
Missa. lf.967.3 

Le billet de logement. Op^ra-comique de P. Burani [pseud.] 
et M. Boucheron. Musique de L^on Vasseur. lf.395.x6 
La bouqueti^re du Chateau d'Eau. Op^ra comique. Mu- 
sique de Constantin Lubomirski. lf.38944 
Le bourgeois de Calais. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Ernest 
Dubreuil et Paul Burani [pseud.]. Musique de Andr^ 
Messager. ii.957.95 
Le Cabinet Piperlin. Operette bouffe de Hippolyte Ray- 
mond et Paul Burani [pseud.]. Musique in^dite de Herv6 
[pseud.] compl^t^e par Gardel-Herv6 fils [pseud.]. 

No. 2 in If .394.36 
La cantiniere. Pi^ce. Paroles de Paul Burani [pseud.] et 
F61ix Ribeyre. Musique de Robert Planquette. 

No. 2 in If .987.96 

Compare Guilleri. Op6ra-comique de Paul Burani [pseud.] 

& Jules Cavali^. Musique de Henri Perry. No. i in li.300.8 



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Roucoux, Paul Urbain. (Ctmiinued,) 

Le droit du seigneur. Op^ra-comique de P. Burani [pseud.] 
et M. Boucheron. Musique de L^n Vasseur. if.395.a3 

L'^l^ve du Conservatoire. Op6rette en 3 actes. Paroles de 
Paul Burani [pseud.] et Henri K^roul. Musique de 
Leopold Wenzel. M.3a6.a3 

Fanchonette. See his Fanfreluche. 

Fanfreluche. Op6ra comique de Gaston Hirsch, St. Arro- 
man & Burani [pseud.]. Musique de G. Serpette. 

No. I in M.3aa.aa; etc. 

La fauvette du Temple. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Paul 
Burani [pseud.] et Eugene Humbert. Musique de Andr6 
Messager. M.a57.ao 

Francois les Bas Bleus. Op6ra comique. Paroles de MM" 
Ernest Dubreuil, Eugene Humbert et Paul Burani 
[pseud.]. Musique de Firmin Bernicat termin^e par Andr^ 
Messager. 11.365.1 x 

Jean Raisin. Op^rette. Musique de Marius Carman. If .303.az 

Le mariage au tambour. Op^ra comique. Musique de L^on 
Vasseur. if.3a5.19 

Mille et deuxi^me nuit. Op^ra-bouffe. Paroles de Paul 
Burani [pseud.] & Pierre Richard. Musique de Lucien 
Poujade. if.a97.14 

Ninon. Op^ra-comique de Blavet, Burani [pseud.] et Andr6 
[pseud.]. Musique de L^on Vasseur. if. 335.36 

Le petit Parisien. Op^ra-comique. Paroles de Paul Burani 
[pseud.] et Maxime Boucheron. Musique de Uon Vas- 
seur. lf.3a5.ao 

Le Prince Soleil. Pi^ce i grand spectacle. Poeme de Hip- 
polyte Raymond et Paul Burani [pseud.]. Musique de 
L^on Vasseur. if .335.38 

Le puits qui parle. Op^ra-comique de Beaumont [pseud.] et 
Burani [pseud.]. Musique de £. Audran. if. 355.14 

La reine des halles. Op^ra bouffe de Delacour [pseud.], 
Bernard et Burani [pseud.]. Musique de L. Vamey. 

lf.334.40 

Rivoli. Op6ra-comique. Musique de Andr€ Wormser. 

lf.395.57 

Le roi malgr^ lui. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Emile de 

Najac & Paul Burani [pseud.]. Musique de Emmanuel 

Chabrier. lf.37540 

Le talisman. Op^ra-comique par d'Ennery [pseud.] et Paul 

Bnrani [pseud.]. Musique de Robert Planquette. If. 387.33 

Ronen« France. Music, 
Neukomm, E. Trois jours i Rouen. Souvenirs du cente- 
naire de Boieldieu, juin 1875. Paris. 1875. 

No. 3 in M. 1 39.33 
MusiQUS SACRis, La, au diocese de Rouen du IVe au Vllle 
si^cle. Rouen. 1866. No. 3 in If .373.31 

Rouet, Le, d'Omphale. Symphonic poem. SAiirr-SAfiNS. 

No. I in If .343.39 
Rouge et noir. Ballet music. Bayer, J. No. 2 in if .35543 

Rouge et noir. For pianoforte. Louis, N. No. 11, la in M. 390.17 

Rougeron, Jean. 
LHiypnotiseur par amour. Op^rette-bouffe. Paroles de 

Lucien Gothi et Jean Rougeron. Musique de Lucien Gothi. 

No. 3 in if.393.19 
Rouget de Lisle, Claude Joseph. 
Air des Marseillais, harmonist par Gossec [a. t. b. Accomp. 

de piano], (/fi Pierre, C. V. D. Musique des fetes et c6r^- 

monies de la Revolution fran^aise . . . Pp. 64-66.) lf.380.14 
Same. La Marseillaise. Hymne national orchestra par 

£mile Pessard. Partition. Paris Leduc. [188-?] 

No. 7 in If .343.46 
Same. Hymne i la liberty (dit des Marseillais). [t. solo et 

choeur, T. t. t. b. b. Accomp. de piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. 

D. Musique des fetes et c^r^monies de la Revolution 

frangaise ... Pp. 456-460.) lf.380.14 

Same. Hymne des Marseillais [t. t. b. b. With English 

words]. No title-page. [187-?] No. 7 in M. 393.37 

Same. Hymne des Marseillais arrange i grand orchestre et 

i double choeur, par Hector Berlioz. [Partition.] Paris. 

Brandus & cie. [185-?] No. 9 in If. 341.34 



Rouget de Lisle, Claude Joseph. (Continued.) 

Hymne i la raison (1793) [a. t. b. Accomp. de piano]. (In 
Pierre, C. V. D. Musique des fetes et c^r^monies de la 
Revolution frangaise . . . Pp. 224-236.) lf.380.14 

Hymne dithyrambique sur la conjuration de Robespierre. 
[Choeur. Accomp. de piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. D. Mu- 
sique des fetes et c^r^monies de la Revolution fran^ise 
... Pp. 12&-130.) lf.380.14 

48 chants fran^ais. Paroles de diff^rens auteurs. Mises en 
musique avec accomp. de piano, par Rouget de Lisle. 
Paris. Schlesinger. [1825?] if. 30344 

Conitnis. — Roland 4 Ronccraiuu — OliTler. — tginard et Emmm. 

Chant chevalerctque. — Racnil de Coucy, ou U Croieedc. — Clwnaoa. 

— Iielle et Getton. — La Blanche Marguerite. — Du Gueaclin. — 
Agnia SoreL — Charlea VII. — Mioompte d'amour. — 0»intftn aplri- 
tuelle. — Bayard. — Vera de Fran^ia ler. — L'amour et Thonneur. — 
Adicux de Marie Stuart — Henri IV. — Viena aurora. — Chanaon de 
Roland. — Paul et Virginie. — Hymne au aoleil couchant. — Hymaa 
dea Maraeillaia. — Le vengeur. — La jeune captive. — Moot Jonrdaia. 

— Chant du neuf Thermidor. — Hymne 4 I'eap^rance. — Hymne 4 la 
liberty. — Vengeance. — Le chant du combat. — KI6ber. — Hymne 4 
la paix. — Enguerrand de Cr^. — L'iadgri monUgnard. — Mon- 
taigu. — Plua de politique. — Ma R^ubliquc. — Si j'itaia petit oiaeao. 

— L'aveugle de Bagnolet. — La petite tie — Lm v^terana. — La 
aainte alliance dea peuplea. — Lea enfana de la France. — Le voyagcur. 

— Chant dea induatriela. — Dieu conaenre le Roi. — Moo dcraier Tcra. 

Roland i Roncevaux. Chant de guerre, [t. solo et choeur, 
T. T. B. Accomp. de piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. D. Musique 
des fetes et c^r^monies de la Revolution frangaise . . . 
Pp. 461, 463.) M.380.14 

Rouget de Lisle, Claude Joseph. Works about. 
Le Roy db Sainte-Croix, F. N. Le chant de guerre pour 
I'Arm^e du Rhin, ou la Marseillaise. Strasbourg. 1880. 

No. 3 in M.ia3.io 

Loth, A. J. M. Le chant de La Marseillaise: son veritable 

auteur. Paris. 1886. Facsimiles. No. i in M.i3a.i7 

Pierre, C. V. D. La Marseillaise. Comparaison des dif- 

f^rentes versions, variantes de la melodic, du rythme et de 

I'harmonie. Paris. 1887. No. 3 in M.14X.X7 

TiBRsoT, J. B. £. J. Rouget de Lisle: son oeuyre, sa vie. 

Paris. 1892. Portrait. Facsimile. M.X38.19 

Rough country priest, A. Catch. King, J. No. 47 in M.aao.9^ 

Rougier, Elz^ard. 

Le roi d'Ys [de Lalo]. Souvenir de la centiime repr^enta- 

tion, le 34 mai 1889. Paris. Savine. 1890. No. 7 in M.37a65 

Roumakal, L Opera. For the Music see Rossi, F. For the 

Libretto see Fuma. 
Round about her chariot. Madrigal. Gibbons, E. 

No. 28 in M.S35.X9; etc 
Round are all things. Part-song. Kubcken. No. 10 in M.39fl4B.z 
Round Jerusalem stand. Anthem. Marston. No. 16 in M.S03.S8 
Round the hapless Andre's urn. Glee. Paxton, S. 

No. 37 in M.99a34; «tc. 
Round the hearth. [Welsh melody.] Harmonised for 3 
voices [s. T. B.]. (In The Choralist. Vol. i, ser. 4.) 

No. 37 in M.X57.5.Z 
Round thy pillow. Glee. Cookb, R. 8 glees. No. 4 in M.9aoJ 
Round with the glass. Catch. Atterbury. No. 140 in M.a2o.9.3 
Roundelay. Part-song. Rheinberger, J. G. No. 32 in M.39a.s7 
Rounders, The. Opera. For the Music see Bnglaender. For 

the Libretto see Mart. 
Rounds. See Part-songs. 

Rounds, The, catches and canons of England. Part-songs. 
Rimbault, editor. M.S8045 

Rourke, William Michael. See Rooke, William Michael. 
Rouslane and Ludmilla. Overture. Glinka. No. 4 in M.348.7 
Rousseau, Am6d^ Louis Joseph. 
Cl6mence. Romance [t. Accomp. de piano]. (In Album 
lyrique.) No. 2 in M.158.84 

Les cloches du soir. Nocturne [s.t. Accomp. de piano]. 
(Ln Album lyrique.) No. 2 in lf.158.84 

La poup^e de Nuremberg. Op^ra comique. Paroles de 
MM. de Leuven [pseud.] & de Beauplan [pseud.]. Mu- 
sique de Ad. Adam. No. 2 in M. 361.5 
Sorrente. Barcarolle [t. Accomp. de piano]. (In Album 
lyrique.) No. 2 in M.158.34 
Vois tu la bas. Tyrolienne [t. Accomp. de piano]. (In 
Album lyrique.) No. 2 in IC.158.34 



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RoBMeaVy Aoguste. 
La dame du lac. Op^ra h^rotque de MM. d'£pagny et A 
Rousseau. Musique de Rossini. M.964.a5;etCi 

RooaseaUy Jean Baptiste. 

Circ6. Cantate. Musique de Courcelles. No. a in ll.154.34 
RonaseaUy Jean Jacques. 
A complete dlctionaiy of music Translated by William 
Waring, ad edition. London. Murray. I779* M.z3i.ia 
The cunning-man. See his Le devin du village. 
Le devin du village. IntermMe. [Paroles et musique] par 
J. J. Rousseau. [Partition.] Paris. Le Clerc. [i753-] 

No. I in ua74^ 
Same. Partition de piano et chant Launer. [186-?] 

M.397.a 

Same. The cunning-man. A musical entertainment in 2 

acts. Taken from the Devin du village of Rousseau, and 

adapted to his original music by C. Bumey. [Accomp. for 

piano.] London. Bremner. [1766?] No. i in M.Z9D.3 

Discours qui a remport^ le prix i I'Acad^mie de Dijon, en 

Tannic 1730, sur cette question: Si le r^tablissement des 

sciences & des arts a contribu^ i ^purer les moeurs. Par 

un citoyen de Geneve. Nouvelle Edition, accompagn^e de 

la Refutation de ce discours, par les apostilles critiques 

de Tun des acad^miciens examinateurs [C. L Le Cat]. 

London. Kilmarneck. 1751. Plate. No. i in if.xo3.3 

Forth from the dark and stormy sky. Hymn. (In HuUah. 

Part music. Sacred. Vol. i, pp. 90, 91.) 

No. og in M.Z57.S8.X 

HarkI 'tis the breeze. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 

Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music. 

Vol. 3, pp. 116, 117.) No. 20 in ic.3ai.aa.3 

Lettre sur la musique frangoise. ae Edition. [Geneve.] 

1753. No. a in IC.Z03.3 

Pygmalion. Ein Monodrama. Fur das Clavier ausgezogen 

von G. Benda. M.a3D.i9 

Que le jour me durel Air de trois notes. [Accomp. de 

piano.] (In Musical library. Vol. 3, p. ao.) 

No. 6 in M.a35.z8.3 
Tendre fruit des pleurs d'Aurore. Duettino [s. a. Accomp. 
de piano]. (In Musical library. Vol. 3, p. 80.) 

No. as in ic.a35.i8.3 
Rooaseao, Jean Jacques. Works about. 
Cazottb, J. Observations sur la lettre de J. J. RousseaUt 
au sujet de la musique frangaise. [Anon. Geneve?] 1753. 

No. 5 in if.103.3 
GossBC F. J. Hymne i J. J. Rousseau, [s. solo et chceur, 
8. A. T. B. Accomp. de piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. D. Mu- 
sique des fetes et c€r6monies de la Revolution frangaise 
... Pp. 394-397.) M.380.14 

Jaoin, H. Hymne & J. J. Rousseau, [s. solo et choeur, 
8. A. T. B. Accomp. de piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. D. Mu- 
sique des fetes et c^r^monies de la Revolution francaise 
... Pp. 398, 399.) M.380.14 

Jamsbn, a Jean-Jacques Rousseau als Musiker. Berlin. 
1884. M.371.35 

Poulbt-Malassis, p. £. A. La querelle des bouffons. La 
bibliothique de J. J. Rousseau. Paris. 1876. 

No. 5 in M.ax8u| 

Yso, . Lettres sur la musique fran^oise en rfponse i 

celle de Jean Jacques Rousseau. [Anon.] Geneve. 1754. 

No. 4 in M.Z03.3 
Ronaseau, Johann Baptist. 
Liska, oder die Hexe von Gyllensteen. Oper. Komponirt 
von Ferd. Ries. if.a64.za 

Der Sieg des Glaubens. Oratorium. In Musik gesetzt von 
Ferd. Ries. if.aaa.za 

Rooaaeau, Marcel Auguste Louis. 
Le roi Arthur. Po^me lyrique en trois episodes de Femand 
Beissier. Musique de Marcel Rousseau. Partition piano 
et chant. Paris. Choudens. 1903. il«397«55 

Romaeaa, Samuel. 
La cloche du Rhin. Drame lyrique en trois actes de Georges 
Montorgueil & P. B. Gheusi. Musique de Samuel Rous- 
seau. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 1898. 

lf.394-93 



Rooaaeaiiy Samuel. (Conimuid,) 

Deux pieces pour quatuor i cordes. Partition. Paris. 

Durand. [189^?] No. 3 in M405«7X 

Merowig. Drame lyrique en 3 actes et 5 tableaux. Potoe 

de Georges MontorgueiL Musique de Samuel Rousseau. 

Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. z89a. If.3az4 

Messe solennelle (de Paques). Soli et choeurs i 4 voix, avec 

accomp. d'orgue. Paris. Le Beau. [189-?] 

No. a in if .Z5841 
Messe solennelle, Deuxi^me. Soli, choeurs et orchestre. 
Partition, chant et orgue. Paris. P^r^gally ft Parvy. 
1896. No. a in if .303.33 

Rousseau, Victor Arthur. 
Bonsoir, voisin. Op6ra comique. Poeme de Brunswick 
[pseud.] et Arthur de Beauplan [pseud.]. Mis en musique 
par Ferdinand Poise. No. a in if.a87.39 

Le pain bis. Op6ra comique. Paroles de Brunswick 
[pseud.] et de Beauplan [pseud.]. Musique de Th. 
Dubois. No. I in lf.305.z7 

La poup6e de Nuremberg. Op^ra comique. Paroles de 
MM. de Leuven [pseud.] ft de Beauplan [pseud.]. Mu- 
sique de Ad. Adam. No. a in lt.36z.5 
Rouaaelot, Scipion. 
Canzonnetta italiana. Pr^c^d^e d'une introduction et vari^ 
pour le violoncelle, avec accomp. de piano. CEuv. 17. 
[Partition.] Paris. Richault. [184-?] No. 3 in M-sio-^ 
Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 11 in if.azo.za 
Ronssier, Pierre Joseph. 
M^moire sur la musique des anciens. Paris. Lacombe. 
1770. Plates. If.z3z.6 
Trait6 des accords, et de leur succession, selon le syst^me 
de la basse-fondamentale. Paris. Duchesne. 1764. if.zo3.6 
Ronssotte, La. Opera. For the Music see Ronger, F. For 

the LiBRBTTO see Meilhac. 
Rouvre, Philippe de. 
Seines h6roiques en trois parties et un prologue. Musique 
de £mile Ratez. No. a in if .384.Z9 

Rouvroo, , Baron de, translator, 

Artkaga. Les revolutions du th^tre musical en Italic. 
London. i8oa. If.z49.a5 

Roux, Armand. 
Les oreilles d'ane. Op6rette bouffe en i acte. Paroles de 
Femand Langli et Filix Savard. Musique de Armand 
Roux. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Feuchot. 
[ 1868.] No. a in M .300JI 

Ronxel* 

Histoire des 4coles de musique. R6ponse au discours pro- 

nonci par M. Gevaert, i TAcad^mie des beaux-arts i 

Bruxelles, septembre Z876. Par un Trouvire. ae Edition. 

Paris. Baur. 1877. No.ainif.37a04 

Rover, The. Part-song, Smart, H. No. 72 in if.z57.a; etc 

Rover reclaimed, The. Song, Arms, T. A. Lyric harmony. 

Vol. I. lf.38o.z.z 

Rovigo, Ren6 de. 
Le fauteuil de mon oncle. Op^rette. Musique de Clara 

Collinet. No. 5 in if .a85.a3 

Row, brothers, row. Part-song, Maddison. 

No. 10 in lf.z39a.z8J 
Row gently here. Part-song, Scbira. No. 4a in if.zaz.3 

R0W9 little boat. Part-song, Gubsl, A. No. as in lf.a03.zz; etc 
Row the boat, Whittington. Catch a 3 voci. (In Clementi. 

Collection of catches. Vol. a, p. 65.) 

No. 137 in lf.zzo.z.a; No. 137 in lf.zzo.a.a 
Also to be foond la Tbe HanBooist; Slbbsld's Colkc t iott of catelMS. 

Rowan tree. The. Song, Balpb. No. 16 in if .Z9a.9.a 

Rowbotham, John Frederick. 

A history of music. London. Triibner & Co. 1885-87. 3 v. 

If.z06.z9 

The private life of the great composers. London. Isbister 

& Co. 189a. lf.z07.30 

Rowe, Bolton, translator, 

Lecocq, a. C. The little duke (Le petit due.) No. i in If.a96.3a 

Rowe, Charles James. 

"A puff of smoke.** Musical duologue. Music by Angelina 

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LscocQ, A. C. The little duke (Le petit due). 

No. I in ll.a96.3a 
Rowlands, David, translaiar. 
Parry, J. Blodwen. (White-flower.) 11.39640 

Emmanuel. 11.154.2 

Rozaa, Emmanuele de. 

Ltt core muorto. [Canzone, s. o. T. Accomp. di piano.] 

(In Cottrau. 23* raccolta di canzoni napolitane. Pp. 23, 

24.) No. 4 in If .390.44 

Lu dispietto. [Canzone, a. o. bar. Accomp. di piano.] (/ii 

Cottrau. 23* raccolta di canzoni napolitane. Pp. 25-27.) 

No. 4 in 11.390.44 

Roy, Pierre Charles. 

Les 6l^ment8. Ballet du roi. [Musique de Laland et Des- 

touches.] Il.a96.x7 

Philomile. Trag^die. Mise en muaique par M. La Coste. 

lC.zao.14 
Roy, Le, et le fermier. Opera, For the Music see Mon^gny. 

For the Libretto see Sedaine. 

Royal Academy of Music, London. 

Cazalbt, W. W. The history of the Royal Academy of 

Music. London. 1854. Portrait. ll.zoz.38 

DuviviBR, A. D. Mr. A. D. Duvivier, Hon. R. A. M. and 

the Royal Academy of Music. A simple statement of 

facts. [London. 1888.] No. 10 in ll.ai6.z8 

Royal Albert Hall choral music, The. Part-songs. Gounod, 

editor. Il.384.a8 

Royal chef. The. Opera. For the Music see Jerome, B. M. 

For the Libretto see Stoddard. 
Royal cravatte. Opera. For the Music see Pilate. For the 

Libretto see Julian. 
Royal Dindon. Opera. For the Music see Bordtee. For the 

Libretto see Flan. 
Royal Institute for Church Music, Berlin. See Koenigliches 

Institut fur Kirch enmusik, Berlin. 
Royal Institution of Great Britain. Addresses. 
Pole, W. The philosophy of music. Lectures delivered 
in 1877. London. 1895. II.Z36.6 

Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, London. 
The Shakespeare night, in aid of the fund for the purchase 
and preservation of Shakespeare's house. [Programme. 
London. 1847.] No. 4 in M. 149.8 

Royal melody compleat. The. Church music. Tans'ur. 

No. I in ll.zoo.39 
Royal Musical Festival in Westminster Abbey, 1834. 
The first-fourth performance. London. Mallett. [1834.] 
Newspaper cutting! are inserted. IC.106.14 

Royal star. The. Opera. For the Music see C16rice. For the 

Libretto see Ordonneau. 
Royalisten, Die. Opera. For the Libretto see Philippe, A. 

For the Music see Manas. 
Royalty catch. Catch. Carter, T. Come, my boys. 

No. 42 in 11.141.21.2; etc. 
Royaume, Le, des femmes. Opera. For the Music see Ser- 

pette. For the Libretto see Blum, £. 
Royer, Alphonse. 
La favorita. [Opera. Musica di Donizetti. Parole di A. 
Royer e J. N. G. Van N. Vaez.] ll40x.io;etc. 

Histoire de I'op^ra. Paris. Bachelin-Deflorenne. 1875. 
Portraits. 11.137.1 

Jerusalem. Grand op6ra. Poime de MM. Alph. Royer et 
G. Vaez. Musique de G. Verdi. If.3a8.a9 

Robert Bruce. Grand op^ra. Paroles de G. Vaez et A. 
Royer. Musique de Rossini. Ii.aa6.i3;etc. 

Royer, Alphonse, translator. 

Rossini. Otello. 11.a64.a4 

Royer, Joseph Nicolas Pancrace. 

Zaide. Ballet h6roique [de TAbb^ Delamare]. Mis en mu- 
sique par Mr Royer. ae Edition. [Partition.] Paris. 
L'auteur. [i745?] Il.400.a8 

Royer, P., translator. 
Oettinger, E. M. Rossini: I'homme et I'artiste. Bruxelles. 
1858. 3 V. Il.a08.30 



Rdse, Marie. 
Marie Roze. A biographical sketch. [New York. 1878.] 

No. 8 in li.zz6.io 
Rose, Nicolas. 
O Salutaris. Motet transcrit pour 3 voix ^gales. [Accomp. 
d'orgue.] {In La Chapelle. Vol. i, pp. 25-27.) 

No. zo in ll.aoz.33 
Rdse, Raymond. 
For sword or song. A poetical music-play in three acts. 
Written by Robert George Legge. Made by Louis Cal- 
vert. Musick'd by Raymond Roze. [Vocal score. Lon- 
don.] Joseph Williams, etc. [1902.] No. 2 in ll.378.39 
The love birds. A musical comedy. Book by George 
Grossmith, Junr. Additional lyrics by Percy Greenbank. 
Music by Raymond Roze. Vocal score. London. Keith, 
Prowse & Co. 1904. M.397.56 

Rose, De. Song. Langb, D. de. No. i in M.403.93 

Ruban vert, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2. 

11.3274.9 
Rubans, Les. Opera. For the Music see Gronnenrade. For 

the Libretto see Parisau. 
Rubens, Paul Alfred. 
The blue moon. A musical play. Book by Harold Ellis. 
Lyrics by Percy Greenbank and Paul A. Rubens. Music 
by Howard Talbot and Paul A. Rubens. ll.383.66 

The Cingalee. A new and original musical play by James T. 
Tanner. Music by Lionel Monckton. Additional lyrics 
and numbers by Paul A. Rubens. 11.397.46 

A country girl. A new and original musical play by James 
T. Tanner. Music by Lionel Monckton. Additional lyrics 
and numbers by Paul A. Rubens. lC.38z.3z 

Miss Hook of Holland. A Dutch musical incident. Book 
by Paul A. Rubens and Austen Hurgon. Lyrics and music 
by Paul A. Rubens. Vocal score. London. Chappell & 
Co., Ltd. 1907. 11.378.8 

Three little maids. A new and original musical play in three 
acts. Written and composed by Paul A. Rubens. Addi- 
tional numbers by Percy Greenbank and Howard Talbot. 
Vocal score. London. Chappell & Co. 1902. M.397.57 
Rubesahl. See RuebesahL 

Rubin, Der. Opera. For the Music see Albert, E. F. C. d'. 
Rubin und Gold. Part-song. Braunb. No. 3 in ic.39a.90 

Rubini, Giovanni Battista. 
LocATELLi, A. Cenni biografici suUa straordinaria carriera 
teatrale percorsa da Gio. Battista Rubini. Milano. 1844. 

No. 4 in IC.207.9 
Rubino, Francesco. 
II domino nero. Opera comica. Musica del maestro Lauro 
Rossi. ic.z50.26 

Rubinstein, Anton Grigorievitch. 

[Antonius et C16opatre.] Ouverture de la trag6die „An- 
tonius et C16opatre" de Shakespeare, pour orchestre. Op. 
116. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [1890.] No. 3 in IC.342.29 
Autobiography, 1829-1889. Translated by Aline Delano. 
Boston. Little, Brown 8l Co. 1890. Portrait. lC.z09a.z3 
Bal costum^. Suite [i, 2] de morceaux caract6ristiques pour 
orchestre. Op. 103. Instrumentation par Max Erdmanns- 
dorfer. Partition. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [187-?] 

No. I in IC.342J18 

Battle song [t. t. b. b.]. (In Mosenthal. Songs of the 

Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 49~5i-) No. 13 in IC.204.38 

Caprice russe pour piano avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 102. 

Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [1879.] No. 2 in IC.335.23 

Concerto, ler, pour le piano avec accomp. d'orchestre ou 

d'un second piano. Op. 25. [Partition 2 pianoforte.] 

Leipzig. Peters. [186-?] No. 3 in IC403.70 

[Concert, 2e, ftir Pianoforte und Orchester. Op. 35. Par- 

titur.] Manuscript. [Wien. Spina. 187-?] lC.34a.27 

Concerto, 3e, pour le piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 

45. Edition nouvellement revue. Partition. Berlin. 

Bote & Bock. [1858?] No. i in IC.345.2 

Same. Edition pour piano seul. No. 2 in IC.200.6 

Concerto, 4e (D moll), pour piano avec accomp. d'orchestre. 

Op. 70. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] 

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Concerto, 5e (Es dur), pour le piano avec accomp. d'or- 

chestre. Op. 94. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [i€H3-?] 

No. 2 in If .345.3 
Concert pour le violon, avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 46. 

[Partition.] Leipzig. Peters. [iS3-?] No. i in ll.34a.29 
Concerto pour violoncelle avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 65. 

Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] No. i in M.337.6a 

Concerto, 2e (D moll), pour violoncelle avec accomp. d'or- 
chestre. Op. 96. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] 

No. 2 in lC.337.6a 
Concertstuck pour le piano avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 

113. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [1880?] No. 3 in ll.335.a3 
Der Damon. Phantastische Oper in 3 Acten. Nach dem 

Ruastschen [P. A. Viskovatov's] von Alfred Offermann. 

Musik von Anton Rubinstein. VoUstandiger Clavieraus- 

zug. Leipzig. Senff. [1880.] 11.331.7 

Same. Balletmusik fur Orchester aus der Oper Der Damon. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] No. 2inll.345.zx 

3 quatuors pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle. Op. 90. 

Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [ 1875.] No. 7, 8 in ll.3sz.a9 
Same. [Parties s^par^es.] 8 v. in 4. No. 9, 10 in ll.azz.a.z-4 
Deux s^r^nades russes: No. i, D moll; No. 2, A moll. Op. 

93, Cah. 6. Fiir Orchester bearbeitet von Karl Miiller- 

Berghaus. Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. 1899. 

No. I in M 405.5Z 
Deux trios pour piano, violon et violoncelle. Op. 15, No. i, 2. 

[Partition.] Leipzig. Hofmeister. [185-?] lC.35z.a7 

Same. [Parties de violon et violoncelle.] 4 v. 

No. I3» 14 in ll.azz4.3, 4 
[Dimitri Donskoi.] Ouverture de I'op^ra „Dimitri Don- 

skoi." Partition d'orchestre. Berlin. Bote & Bock. 

[1874^ No. 3 in lf.334.z5 

Don Quixote. Musikaltsches Characterbild. Humoreske 

fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 87. Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. 

[ 188-?] No. 3 in IC.345.1 

Doumka. Andante con moto. Op. 93, Cah. 3. Fiir Orchester 

bearbeitet von Karl Mdller-Berghaus. Partitur. Leipzig. 

Senff. 1899. No. a in lC.405.5z 

Eighteen two-part songs with pianoforte accomp. The 

English version by Natalia Macfarren. London. Novello, 

Ewer & Co. [1879?] No. z in M.Z5547 

CenUmis, — The angcL — Birdie. — The homettesd. — The mtrrj 
maideaa. — Wtnderer't night ions. — The hour of partiiiff. — Night 

— The clottd. — The happy birda. — The turtle dove and the wanderer. 

— Twilight — Autumn ladnesa. — Song of the summer birda. — In 
the wood. — Faith in spring. — Paas by. — Rest after storm. — The 
lotnsflower. 

Eroica. Fantaisie pour orchestre. Op. no. Partition. 
Leipzig. Senff. [188^?] No. 2 in ll.34a.a9 

Fantaisie (C dur) pour piano avec accompagnement d'or- 
chestre. Op. 84. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] 

11.407.40 
MFaust." Ein musikalisches Characterbild fiir grosses Or- 
chester. Op. 68. Partitur. Leipzig. Siegel. [188-?] 

No. 2 in II.345.X 

Feramors. (Lalla Roukh.) Lyrische Oper in 3 Aufzugen, 

nach Thomas Moore's Gedicht von Julius Rodenberg. 

Musik von Anton Rubinstein. VoUstandiger Clavieraus- 

zug mit Text. Neue Ausgabe. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] 

lf.3az.zz 
Same. VoUstandiger Clavierauszug [ohne Text]. 

No. I in 11.354.8 

Same. Balletmusik und Hochzeitszug fur Orchester, aus 

der Oper Feramors. Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] 

No. I in ll.345.zx 
The festival of love. [Part-song, x. t. b. b.] (In Mosenthal. 
Songs of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 131-135.) 

No. 35 in ll.a04.38 
Le fils des Asra. [Solo, t. ou s. Accomp. de piano.] Por- 
trait, (/fi Album du Gaulois. Vol. a.) No. 16 in li.39z.a8.a 
Funf Fabeln von Kriloff, aus dem Russischen iibersetzt von 
R. Sprato. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Clavier- 
begleitung componirt von Anton Rubinstein. Op. 64. 
Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] No. 14 inll.z9a.5 

CmI#iiI«. — Der Esel und die Nachtigall. — Das Quartett. — Der Par- 
nass. — Der Adler und der Kukuk. — Die AmetM* und die Libelle. 



Rubintteiii, Anton Grigorievitch. (Ctmtmuid,) 
Die Gedichte und das Requiem fftr Mignon aus Goethe's 
„Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre." In Musik gesetzt von 
Anton Rubinstein. Op. 91. [Clavierauszttg.] Leipzig. 
Senff. [1873] No. 2 in lC.35z.a6 

ConUnit. — Was hKr* Ich draasaen Tor dem Thor? CaAa.]. — Wer afo 
sein Brod mit Thrinen aaa" [bab.]. — Wer aich der Einsamkelt erglebt 
[lAR.]. — Kennst du das Land [s.]. — Ich armer Tenfel [t.]. — Ihm 
farbt der Morgenaonne Licht [iak.]. — Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt 
[s., IAK.]. — Singet nicht in Trauertonen [s.]. — An die Thilren will 
ich schleichen [sab.]. — Heiss mich nicht reden [s.]. — Ich hatt* ihn 
dncig mir erkoren [a.]. — So laaat mich scheinen bis ich werde [s.]. 

— Wen bringt ihr uns sur stillen Gescllschaft? F&r Solo-Qnartett mid 
gemischten Chor. — O ihr werdet Wunder sehen fT.I. 

Gondelfahrt. Durch Erd' und Himmel leise. [Gesange, 
S.A. T. B.] Wien. Spina. [187-?] No. 8 in 11.158^1 

Hecuba. Arie fiir eine Altstimme mit Orchesterbegleitung. 
Op. 92, No. I. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Senff. [1873?] 

No. 4 in lC.351.fl6 

Iwan IV. (Der Grausame.) Musikalisches Characterbild 
fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 79. Partitur. Berlin. Bote 
& Bock. [ 187-?] No. 2 in IC.345^ 

Kalaschnikoff, der Kaufmann von Moskau. Oper in 3 
Acten. Nach einer Dichtung von Lermontoff bearbeitet 
von N. Kulikoff. Deutsch von Hermann Wolff. Musik 
von Anton Rubinstein. VoUstandiger Clavierauszug. 
Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] 1C.39Z.9 

Die Kinder der Haide. Oper in 4 Aufzugen. Text frei nach 
Carl Beck's ,Janko" [von Julius Mosenthal]. Musik von 
Anton Rubinstein. VoUstandiger Clavierauszug. Neue 
Ausgabe. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] ll.33z«6 

Liebesfeier. [Mannerchor.] Op. 61, No. 2. Wien. Spina. 
[ 186-?] No. 34 in ll.39fl.99 

Die Maccabaer. Oper in 3 Aufztigen, nach O. Ludwig^s 
Drama von H. S. Mosenthal. Musik von Anton Rubin-' 
stein. VoUstandiger Klavier-Auszug. Berlin. Bote 8e 
Bock. [1875?] lC.3flx.10 

M^lodie en fa. Op. 3, no. i. Orchestr^e par Vincent d'Indy. 
Partition d'orchestre. Paris. Hamelle. [187-?] 

No. 3 in 11.405.50 

Miniatures. Suite. Op. 93, Cah. 9. Fur Orchester frei 
bearbeitet von Karl Miiller-Berghaus. Partitur. Leipzig. 
Senff. 1899. No. 3 in ll.405*5i 

CmitenU, — El Dschtsrawan, msrche orientsle. — Chemller et Payte. 

— S^rinsde. — Berceuse. — Cortege. 

Der Morgen. Gedicht von Polonsky. Aus dem Russischen 
iibersetzt von Jos. Wenzig. Fiir Mannerchor mit Orches- 
terbegleitung in Musik gesetzt von Ant. Rubinstein. Op. 
74. Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [1876?] No. 13 in lC.flz9.z4 

Moses. Geistliche Oper in 8 Bildern. Text von Heinrich 
Mosenthal. Musik von Anton Rubinstein. Clavier-Aus- 
zug. Leipzig. Senff. [1888.] lC.3flz.x4 

Music and its masters. Chicago. Sergei 8e Co. [1892.] 

ic.104.zo 
Nero. Oper in 4 Acten von Jules Barbier. Musik von Anton 

Rubinstein. VoUstandiger Clavierauszug. Leipzig. [1885?] 

lC.3flx.8 
Same. Balletmusik fur Orchester aus der Oper Nero. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [188-?] No. fl in lC.34fl^ 

Neun Lieder von Kolzoff. Aus dem Russischen von A. von 

Viedert. In Musik gesetzt fur eine Singstimme [s. oder 

T.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Anton Rubinstein. 

Op. 27. Wien. Spina. [i86-7] No. 2^ in lC.Z9fl.5 

CtfKlMCf. — Singe Naehtlcall nicht — LebewohL — Gieb, O heO'fe 
Geistemaeht. — Es singt der Ros'. — Uebes, gold'nes Rinfelein. — • 
Kleine WoUce ist est — Kelne FrflhUngsloft — Wenn ich konunen 
dich seh*. — Sturmeswinde dtnrch die LAfte weh'n. , 

Die Nixe. Gedicht von Lermontoff. Aus dem Russischen 
ubersetzt von Robert Sprato. Fur Frauenchor und Alt- 
Solo, mit Begleitung des Orchesters od. Pianoforte com- 
ponirt von Ant Rubinstein. Op. 63. Clavierauszug. 
Leipzig. Senff. [1863?] No. i in M.3SZ.96 

Oc^an. 2e symphonic. See his Symphonies. 

Ouverture de concert (B dur) pour orchestre. Op. 60. Par- 
tition. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] No. 3 m 1C.345*<S 

Ouverture triomphale pour orchestre. Op. 43. Partition. 
Mayence. Schott. [187-?] No. i in 1C.345.Z 



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Der PapageL Komische Oper in i Akt. Nach einem persi- 
schen Marchen von H. Wittmann. Musik von Anton 
Rubinstein. Vollstandiger Clavierauszttg. Leipzig. Senff. 
[1884.] No. I in ll.33z.z2 

Paradise lost See his Das verlorene Paradies. 

Qttatuor [en fa minenr] pour deux violons, alto et violon- 
celle. Op. 106, No. 2. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] 

No. 21 in II.211.Z 

Quatuor pour piano, violon, alto et violoncelle. Op. 66. Par- 
tition. Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] No. 3 in 11.211.5.3 

Same. [Parties.] 3 v. No. 12 in 11.21Z.6.1, 3, 4 

Quatuors, Trois, pour 2 violons, alto e violoncelle. Op. 17. 
Partition. Nouvelle Edition. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Har- 
tel. [ 1870 ?] No. 1-3 in M.35Z.29 

Quatuors, Trois, pour 2 violons, alto et violoncelle. Op. 47. 
Partition. Nouvelle Edition. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Har- 
tel. [ 1872?] No. 4-6 in ll.351.29 

Quintette, pour piano, flute, clarinette, cor et basson. Op. 
55. [Partition et parties.] Paris. Hamelle. [189-.] 

11^04^ 

Quintetto (F dur), pour deux violons, deux altos et violon- 
celle. Op. 59. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [185-?] 

No. 2 in If 404^ 

Quintetto, en sol mineur, pour piano, deux violons, alto et 
violoncelle. Op. 99. [Partition et parties.] Paris. Gerard. 

[189-.] li*404-9 

Die Rebe (La vigne). Ballet in 3 Acten (fiinf Bildern) von 
Taglioni, Grandmougin und Hansen. Musik von Anton 
Rubinstein. Vollstandiger Clavierauszug [zu vier Han- 
den]. Leipzig. Senff. [1884?] ll.aoo.13 
Poccifl. MysuKBJibHoe comnieHie jufl 6oJibiiiaro opxecrpa. 
riapTHTypa. [Rossiya. Musical poem for full orchestra. 
Full score.] MocKBa. lOpreHCOffb. [1881.] 

No. 2 in ic.334.15 

Scena ed aria (E dunque ver?), per soprano con accomp. 

di orchestra. Op. 58. [Partitura.] Mayence. Schott. 

[186-?] No. 2 in 11.345-6 

Same. Partition de piano. No. 3 in ll.351.26 

Sechs Lieder aus dem Russischen von W. Osterwald. Fur 

eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte 

componirt von Ant. Rubinstein. Op. 8. Leipzig. Senff. 

[i8s-?] No. I in 11.192.5 

Comignis. — Der Traam. — FrflbHngigef&U. — Dm Blittehen. — Di« 
Blume. — Sehntttcht. — Der Schiffer. 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme [a. oder bar.] mit Clavier- 
begleitung. Op. 72- Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] 

No. 15 in 11.192.5 

Conimiit. — Es bUnkt dtr Than. — Wie dn« LareV in blancr Lnft — 
Die Waldhexe. — Morgcns. — Veilehen Tom Bcrff. — Verlust 

Sechs Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Beglei- 
tung des Pianoforte. Op. 33. Leipzig. Kistner. [1856.] 

No. 6 in 11.X92.5 
CcmittdM, — Morgenlied. — An der Roee Bnien. — Die Lerche. — 
Ritlaad. — Siehe, der FHIhlinff wihrat niclit — Nachhell. 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Beglei- 
tung des Pianoforte. Op. 57. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] 

No. 13 in lf.Z02.5 
Comignis, — FrAhmorfena. — Nnn die Sdiatten dunkdn. — Neue Uebe. 
— Clirclictta Lied. — Fieiainn. — Entflicli' mit mir. 

Sechs Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Clavier- 
begleitung. Op. 76. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] 

No. 16 in 11.XQ2.5 
CctiieHU. -~ Waldeinaamkcit. — Nadita. — An den MUiUngr. — ralh- 
Hngsbliek. — ^Bedeclct mieh mit Bhunen. — ^Klinge^ klinge* mein Pandero. 

6 Lieder von Heine fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit 
Begleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 32. Leipzig. Kistner. 
(187-?] No. 5 in 11.192.5 

CMlfMto . — Ldae siclit dnrdi mein GemAth. — I^ blanen FkiUilings- 
angcn. — In dem Walde. — Ea war ein alter KSniy. — Dn Mat wie 
eine Blnme. — Der Am. 

[Sextnor, D dur, fur 2 Violinen, 2 Bratschen und 2 Violon- 
cell. Op. 97. Partitur.] No title-page. [Leipzig. Senff. 
1878.1 No. 3 in II.331.5 

Die sibirischen Jager. Oper in i Act. Text nach dem Rus- 
sischen des Jerebtzoff von Peter Cornelius. Musik von 
Anton Rubinstein. Vollstandiger Clavierauszug. Leipzig. 
Senff. [188-?] No. X in lf.3ax.x3 



Rubinsteiii, Anton Grigorievitch. (Cantmued.) 
Sonate pour piano et alto. Op. 49. Nouvelle Edition. [Par- 
tition.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [188-?] 

No. 3 in 11.357.7 

Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 13. [Partition.] Leipzig. 

Peters. [188-?] No. i in M. 357.7 

Sonate, Deuxitoe, pour piano et violon. Op. 19. Nouvelle 

Edition. [Partition.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [i88-7] 

No. 2 in If .357.7 
Sonate pour piano et violoncelle. Op. 18. Nouvelle Edition. 
[Partition.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1881.] 

No. 8 in If .flzai3 
Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 9 in If .azaz4 

Suite pour orchestre. Op. 119. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. 
[1895] lf.404.zo 

Sulamith. Ein biblisches Biihnenspiel in 5 Bildern nach dem 
hohen Liede Salomonis von Julius Rodenberg. Musix von 
Anton Rubinstein. Vollstandiger Klavierauszug. Berlin. 
Bote & Bock. [1883.] If.39z.z5 

Symphonies. Namely: 
Symphonic, No i (F dur), fiir Orchester. Op. 40. Parti- 
tur. Leipzig. Kahnt. [187-?] 11.345.4 
Oc^n. 2>^<n« symphonic (C dur) pour orchestre. Op. 42. 
Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] No. i in if .345.5 
Same. Adagio et scherzo (deux morceaux ajout^s i la 
symphonic Oc^n) pour orchestre. Op. 42. Partition. 
Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] No. 3 in If .345.5 

Forms tlie stii and 6th moTemcnts of the eTinphofiy. 

Same. Deuxi^me morceau de la symphonic Oc^n, pour 
orchestre. Op. 42. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [i&-?] 

No. I in If .345.6 

Forms the serenth (usually played aa the second) movement of 
the symphony. 

Symphonic, 3e, pour orchestre. (Euvre 56. Partition. 
Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [186-?] li*345*7 

Symphonic dramatique (N^ 4, D moll), pour orchestre. 
Op. 95- Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] M. 345.8 
Symphonie, 5e (G moll), pour orchestre. Op. 107. Parti- 
tion. Leipzig. Senff. [1881.] li*345-9 
Symphonie, 6e, pour orchestre. Op. iii. Partition. Leip- 
zig. Senff. [1886.] lf.345.zo 
Der Thurm zu Babel. Geistliche Oper in i Aufzuge. 
Gedichtet von Julius Rodenberg. Componirt von Anton 
Rubinstein. Op. 80. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Senff. 
[187-?] M. 243.10 
Same. The Tower of Babel. Sacred opera in one act. 
Words by Julius Rodenberg. Composed by Anton Rubin- 
stein. Op. 80. [Translated from the German by M. L. 
Nichols. Vocal score.] Cleveland. Brainard. [1879.] 

No. I in If .38442 
Same. Libretto by Julius Rodenberg, translated by Josiah 
Pittman. Composed by Ant. Rubinstein. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] London. Enoch. [187-?] li«z54.5 

Same. By A. Rubinstein. (Edited by F. W. Rosier.) Vocal 
score.] New York. Schirmer. 1883, No. 2 in M. 15547 
The text is by Rodenberg, translated by Roeier. 

Trio (C moll) pour piano, violon et violoncelle. Op. 108. 
[Partition.] Leipzig. Senff. [1882?] No. 7 in lf.azz.34 
Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v. 

No. 16 in lf.azz.4.34 
Trio, 3e (B dur), pour piano, violon et violoncelle. Op. 52. 
[Partition.] Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] No. 6 in lf.azz.34 
Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v. 

No. 15 in lf.azz4.3,4 
Tpio [MeTBCpToe] 4>opTeniflHO, ckphhich h Bioxomejm. [Trio, 
4; pour piano, violon et violoncelle.] Co«L 85o*. (A moll.) 
[Partition et parties.] Cn6. BecceJTb. [1870?] 3 parts 
in I V. lf.35z.a8 

Unter Raubem. Komische Oper in i Akt, von Ernst 
Wichert. Musik von Anton Rubinstein. Vollst&ndiger 
Klavier-Auszug. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [188-?] 

No. 2 in lf.3az.z2 
Valse-Caprice. Fiir grosses Orchester bearbeitet von Carl 
Miiller-Berghaus. Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [187-?] 

No. 3 in If .345.ZZ 



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Robiiisteiii, Anton Grigorievitch. (Continued.) 

Das verlorene Paradies. Oratorium in 3 Theilen. Text frei 
nach J. Milton [von Julius Rodenberg]. Musik von An- 
ton Rubinstein. Op. 54. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Senff. 
[1876?] ll.243.az 

Same. Paradise lost (Das verlorene Paradies). Oratorio. 
[Words by J. Rodenberg after Milton.] The English ver- 
sion by Henry Hersee. The music by Anton Rubinstein. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Cramer & Co. 
[1882?] M.Z544 

Zehn Lieder aus dem Franzosischen, Italienischen tmd 
Englischen ubersetzt von N. Roda und A. v. Winterfeld. 
Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] componirt von Anton 
Rubinstein. Op. 83. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [187-?] 

No. 19 in M.1Q9.5 

Comi4nis, — Gedeiiln mein. — lo Saint BUite. — Barberinen's Lied. — 
Vrmmengthtt, — Mit meineoi MSdchcn kann tich kcine metten. — Die 
Wandertchwatbe. — Das ertte Veilcheii. — Die Thrine. — Gut' Nacht 1 
— Eia Timom. 

Zwei Lieder ftir das Album Ihrer K. K. Hoheit der Kron- 
prinzessin des Deutschen Reiches. Berlin. Bote & Bock. 
[1877.] No. 20, 21 in IC.X92.5 

C&mignis, — Mittemacht — Die Blume der Ergebenheit 

Zwolf Lieder aus dem Russischen von F. Bodenstedt. In 
Musik gesetzt fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Be- 
gleitung des Piano von Anton Rubinstein. Op. 36. Wien. 
Spina. [186-?] No. 9-12 in ll.i9a.5 

Cont€Hts. — Die Felten. — Wenn deine Stimme mir t5nt. — Daa 
Schiff. — Die Wollcen. — Der Dolch. — O frage nicht — Vemeiimet 
ilir. — Attf ddo Wohl trlnk' ich. — Die Erde niht — Sie aingt ein 
Lied. — Der fallende Stern. — Weht ea, heolt ea tr&b* 

Zwolf Lieder aus dem Russischen von W. Osterwald. Ftir 
eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte componirt von Anton Rubinstein. Op. 78. Leipzig. 
Senff. [ 187-?] No. 17, 18 in II.192.5 

ConitnU,— Hebriiachc Melodie.— K5iint* ich doch ateta.— Der EnfeL 
-^ Der Storm. — Klage. — Der Gefang ene. — Nentriechlachea Lied. 
— Elegie. — Wie der Quell iat mein Lied. — Sinngedlcht — Rab' 
sum Raboi fUegt daher. — Alter Mann, grimmerMann. 

Zwolf Lieder des Mirza-Schaffy, aus dem Persischen von F. 
Bodenstedt. In Musik gesetzt fur eine Singstimme [s. 
oder T.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Anton Rubin- 
stein. Op. 34. Leipzig. Kistner. [186-?] 

No. 7i 8 in IC.Z92.5 
CtmUmis. — Nlcht mit Engeln. — Mein Hers achmftckt sich. — Seh' 
ich deine zarten Filaichen an. — Ea hat die Roae alch beUagt. — Die 
Weiae gvtcr Zecher iat. — Ich (ilhle deinen Odem. — Schlagr* die 
Tachadra xurfick. — Neiff*, tchone Knoape. — Gelb rollt mir an Fum- 
chen. — Die helle Sonne leuchtet — Thu' nicht to aprMe. — Gott 
hieas die Sonne glflhen. 

RnUnateiiiy Anton Grigorievitch. Works about. 

Catalog der im Druck erschienenen Compositionen von 
Anton Rubinstein. Jubilaums-Ausgabe. Leipzig. Senff. 

1889. M.9X4.Z5 

FiNCK, H. T. Rubinstein's fate and future. Illus. Portrait. 

(/fi The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 68-70. 

New York. [1895.]) M.14.1.X 

M'AaTHUSt A Anton Rubinstein. A biographical sketch. 

Edinburgh. 1889. Portrait. M.X49a.8 

Mbdak, H. Anton Rubinstein, Viertes Klavierkonzert. Op. 
70^ D moll. Erlautert. Leipzig. [1903.] No. i in lC.az7.z9.zz 

MsRKSL., J. Anton Rubinstein, Ocean-Symphonie. Op. 42, 
Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 16 in ll.az7.za.5 

VoGBL, A. B. Anton Rubinstein. Biographischer Abriss 
nebst Charakteristik seiner Werke. Leipzig. 1888. Por- 
trait. IC.37045 

WiTTB, G. H. Anton Rubinstein, Symphonic dramatique 
(No. 4, D moll). Op. 9S. Erlautert. Leipzig. [1901.] 

No. 15 in lf.az7.z9.zo 
RttdaU^H. 

Signa. Opera. The libretto by Gilbert A Becket, H. Rudall 
and F. E. Weatherly. The music by Frederic H. Cowen. 

11.946.5 
Rnddygore; or, the witch's curse! Opera. For the Music see 

Sullivan, A. S. For the Librbtto see Gilbert, W. S. 
RndeL Cantaia, For the Music see Bridge, J. C. For the 

Librbtto see Weatherly. 
Roderlied. Part-song. Vbsqub von Pubttlingbn. 3 Quartet- 
ten. No. 12, 13 in 1I.9Z9.7 



Rodendorl^ Erminia. 
Fridolin, or the message to the forge. A dramatic cantata. 
The music by A Randegger. If.z55.38 

Rndolphaen, John F. 
Folded in Thy circling arms. [Anthem. Accomp. for or- 
gan.] Boston. Tolman & Co. 1866. No. 16 in Il.z9a7 
Rndorff, Ernst Friedrich Carl. 
Der Aufzug der Romanze. Eine Fruhlingsfeier, nach 
Worten der gleichnamigen Dichtung Ludwig Tieck's. 
Ftir Chor, Solostimmen und Orchester von Ernst Rudorff. 
Op. 18. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. [186-?] 

No. 3 in If .909^19 

Ballade (Introduction, Scherzo und Finale) ftir grosses 

Orchester. Op. 15. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. [187-?! 

No. 2 in If .346.94 
[Otto der Schtitz.] Ouverture zu „Otto der Schntz" ftir 
Orchester. Op. 12. Partitur. Leipzig. Seitz. [186-?] 

No. I in If .346^ 

Ouverture zu Ludwig Tieck's Mirchen Der blonde Ekbert 

fur Orchester. Op. 8. Partitur. Bonn. Simrock. [186-?] 

No. I in If .346.94 
Serenade ftir Orchester. Op. 20. Partitur. Berlin. Sim- 
rock. 1875. No. I in lf.346.95 
Serenade (No. 2, C^-dur) ftir Orchester. Op. 21. Partitur. 
Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1876?] No. 2 in M .40547 
Sextett ftir 3 Violinen, Viola und 2 Violoncellos. Op. 5. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] No. 2 in M. 346.93 
Sinfonie, B-dur, fiir Orchester. Op. 31. Partitur. Berlin. 
Bote 8e Bock. [188-?] M. 346.96 
Sinfonie, Zweite (G-moll), fur grosses Orchester. Op. 40. 
Partitur. Berlin. Schlesinger. [188-?] No. 4 in M. 349.99 
Variationen uber ein eigenes Thema fiir Orchester. Op. 24. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] 

No. 2 in If .346.97 

Rndorf^ Ernst Friedrich Carl, editor. 

ScHUBBRT, F. P. Fantasie (F moll). No. 2 in lf.346.95 

CnonN. Werke. If.3z6.9 

Rneberettig. Part-song. Lobwb, J. C. G. VI vierstimmige 

Gesange. No. 2 in if .399.Z7 

Roebezahl. Cantaia. For the Music see Abt» F.; also HOe* 

For the Librbtto see Francke, H.; also Cerfberr. 
Rnebezahl. Opera. For the Music see Conradi; also Flotow, 
F. F. A. von. For the Librbtto see Janaen^ O.; also Pat- 
Uta, G. H. G. 
RoebeaahL Overture. 
Flotow, F. F. a. von. No. i in if.336.zo 

Obbrthuer. No. 4 in'lf .405.34 

Ruebezahl und der Sackpfeifer von Weisse. Opera. For the 

Music see Zincke. For the Librbtto see Koenig, E. 
Roebner, Cornelius. 
Concert (G moll) fur die Violine mit Begleitung des Or- 
chesters oder des Pianoforte. Op. 30. Orchesterpartitur. 
Greiz. Franquet. [189-?] lf^o4.zz 

Friede, Kampf und Sieg. Syinphonische Dichtung fur 
grosses Orchester. Op. 2a Orchester-Partitur. Han- 
nover. Oertel. [188-?] No. i in M .33Z.99 
Rueckauf, Anton. 
Die Rosenthalerin. Oper in 3 Acten von Anton Ruckauf. 
Dichtung von Fritz Lemmermayer. [Klavierauszug mit 
Text] Leipzig. Bert^ & Co. [1906.] lf.378.5 
Rneckblick. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 9. 

lf.3Z7.z.9a9 
Roeckerinnening. Part-song. Szadrowsky. No. 124 in lf.Z47.4 

Rueckerinnerung. Song. Haydn, F. J. Cresange. Heft 2. 

No. 2 in M .3Z9.35 
Rueckert, Friedrich. 
Advent hymn (In lowly guise thy King appeareth) for s. 
solo and chorus. Composed by Robert Schumann. 

No. iiinif.z57«9z 
Same. Adventlied. Fur Sopran Solo und Chor mit Be- 
gleitung des Orchesters componirt von R. Schumann. 

No. I in M .980.57 
Same. Hymn for Advent. Set to music for solo voices, 
chorus and orchestra by Robert Schumann. 

No. I in If .903.6 



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Rneckert; Fricdrich. (Continued,) 
Same. Adventlied. Fur Solostimmcn, Chor und Orchester 

componirt von Felix Draeseke. No. i in ll.39x.39 

Gedichte. Fur eine Singstimmc [s. o. t.] mit Bcgleitung 

dc8 Piano-forte componirt von C. Loewe. 

... . , « - , . No. 1, 2 in ll.2ax.30 

Mmnespiel aus Ruckert's Liebcsfrfihling. Fur eine und 

mehrere Singstimmen (s. a. t. b.) mit Begleitung des 

Pianoforte von R. Schumann. No. 12 in II.344.X5.3 

Ncujahrslied. Fur Chor mit Begleitung dea Orchesters 

componirt von Robert Schumann. No. i in M. 343.35; etc. 
Ritornelle. In canoniachen Weisen fiir mehrstimmigen 

Mannergesang componirt von Robert Schumann. 

XT .« . • No. 3 in Il.x58.a4 

Verzweifle nicht im Schmerzenthal. Motette fur doppelten 
Mannerchor mit Begleitung der Orgel (ad lib.), com- 
ponirt von R. Schumann. No. 5 in ll.280.49 
Zwolf Gedichte aus F. Riickerts Liebesfruhling. Fur Ge- 
sang und Pianoforte von Robert und Clara Schumann. 

» f-* 1. T^. ^ No. II inll.a44,x5.i 

Rueckfahrty Die, des Kaisers. Opera, For the Music see 

Hummely J. N. 
Rueckkehr. Song. Kuecken. No. 5 in 11.2a x.25; etc 

RuecUeben. Song. Strauss, R. Funf Lieder. Op. 47. 

-^ - ^ No. 3 in ll.38aa44 

Rueckweg. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 4. 

« * «. ... ^ lf.3X7'i.ao.4 

Ruefer, Philippe Bartholom^. 

Ingo. Grosse Oper in vier Akten. Text nach dem gleich- 
namigen Roman Gustav Freytags, von M. F. Musik von 
Philipp Rufer. Op. 38. Clavier-Auszug mit Text von 
Max Rcger. Berlin. Thelcn. [1895.] R. 393-52 

Merlin. Grosse Oper in 3 Akten. Text von L. A. Hoff- 
mann. Musik von Philipp Rufer. Vollstandiger Klavier- 
auszug. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1887. R.3ai.i6 

Ouverture de concert, i grand orchestre. Op. 5. Partition. 
Paris. Maho. [187-?] No. 3 in M,358.i8 

Quartett, Zweites (Es-dur), fur 2 Violinen, Viola und Vio- 
loncell. Op. 31. Partitur. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [187-?] 

No. 5 in R.338.X6 
Sonate fur die Orgel. Op. 16. Berlin. Bote & Bock. 

[187-?] No. 9 in R.4X4.3a 

Symphonic, F dur. Op. 23. Partitur. Offenbach a. M. 

Andri. [185-?] No. i in R.336.a4 

Trio (B dur) fiir Pianoforte, Violine u. Violoncello. Op. 34. 

[Partitur und Stimmen.] Bremen. Praeger & Meier. 

[188-?] No. 2 in R.404.64 

Vier Klavierstiicke. Op. 22, No. 2, fur Orchester umbear- 

beitct. [Partitur.] Offenbach a. M. Andrd. [1872?] 

No. 2 in M.336.a4 
Violin-Concert mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 33. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [188-?] No. 2 in R.33z.aa 

Rueffer, Eduard. 
Die Harmonic. Hymne. Fiir Mannerchor mit Begleitung 

von Blasinstrumenten componirt von Wilhelm Tschirch. 

No. I in R.az2.z8 
Ruehl, Friedrich Wilhelm. 

Bundeslied [t. t. b. b.]. {In Das Riitli. P. 279.) 

No. ii9inR.Z474 

Roehrt euch frisch und schafft die Fasser. Part-song. Bruch. 

Chor der Winzer und Schiffer. No. 16 in R.aza.3 

Rnelle, Jules. 

L'amour mannequin. Op^ra-comique. Musique de Th^e 

Gallyot. No. 2 in M.a56.za 

Le contrat. Op^ra-comique. Musique de J. G. P^navaire. 

No. I in R.a87.6 
Dans la foret. Op6ra comique. Musique de Charles Con- 
stantin. No. i in R.a85.a8 

Trois parques. Op6ra-comique. Musique de M. Wilhelm. 

No. 4 in R.3a6.az 
Raelle, Jules, translator. 

RiMSXi-KoRSAKOF. MjiaAH. [Mlada.] M.39547 

Rnetli» Das. Ein Liederbnch fiir Mannergesang. 10. Auflage. 

St. Gallen. Sonderegger. 1873. R'Z474 

Centenis. — Mosart: Welhe det Gesanges. — Grdth: D«i Rfitli. >- 
Hanptmann: Bhre ad Gott In der H5hel — Kldn: Der Herr lit mein 

8 



Ruetli, Das. (Continued.) 

?«y!l7^"i; m"! *"f. ^^^ 0««len.-Pratoriu8: Chritte, da Lamm 
Gotte.. - WalUahrtslicd. - Zwyasig: Via crucia. via lia^ia; Trittat 
im Morgcnroth daher. — Kreutier: Daa ist der Tag dea Herm. — 

An^*."f ii ^*'" J**'°''**' *'~^*» erhebeni - Breitenbach : Dich preiat. 
Anmichagw.—Bcethoven : Die Ehre Gottea aua der Natur.— NigeH : 
Der Menach ebt and beatehet. - Edcer: Da. walte Gott. - sSl 
•tatter: So fder ich und StiUe. - Abt: Stille niht die Erde. - Otto: 
Feicrlicher GlodcenlcUng ; Gebct ffir's VaterUnd. — Otto: Ea weht 
durch euren Friedcn - Veraguth: Netijahralied.— Beethoven: Hymne 
an die Nacht. — Malan: Vertraaen auf Gott. — Feska: Die Dorlktrch- 
glocke. — Mendelaaohn: Morgengebet. — Brunner: Traunngageaang. 
IT. Santner: Abendruhe. — Hauptmann: Himmeldicht. — Kreutscr: 
nie Kapelle: Was schimmert dort; Das Kreua im Walde. — Vdt: Des 
Sonntags am Rhein. — Kreutzer: Die Kapdie: Droben atehet die 
Kapelle. — Billeter: Muss eine von dem Andern. — Kreatser: Abend- 
' V Z7 ^^^ji^^' '^"^ Grabe eines Sangera. — Neefe: Der Friedhoff. 

— Kuhlau: Grabgesang. — Ecker: Schlaf wohH — Elaiaaer: Am 
Grabe einea JungHngs. — Bogler: Letate Bitte. — Lindpaintner : 
Leulcn und Freuden. — Kloaa: Frieden. — Lindpainter: Am Grabe. 

— AM: Geldt. -- Heim: Sangerspruch. — Lvov: Herr, ad der Viter 
Schutz. -- Hdm: Vaterland, dich schfitzt Gottea Handl — Ruber: 
Vaterlandagruas.— Weber : Schweizerhdmweh.— Zwysdg : Schwdaer- 
gbet. — Iten: VaterlandsUebe. — Kreutzer: Sehnsucht nach der 
Heimath. ~ Lindpdntner: Sehnaucht nach der Schwds. — Stern: 
Mem Heimatland, mein Vaterland.— M&ller : An die Heimat I— Nichta 
glcicht der Heben Heimat. — Rietz: Wohlauf, du Eidgenossenschaft 1 

— Hdm: Helmweh. — Reichardt: Waa ist des Schweizers Vaterland? 

— Bogler: An die Heimat. — Rdchardt: Was ist des Deutachen 
Vaterland? — Baumgartner: Mein Vaterland; An mdn Vaterland. — 
Reiter : Gruss an das Vaterland.— Grdth : Erneucrung des Rfitlibundea. 

— Abt: Schwetzerisches Kriegslied. — Marachner: Ein Mann — dn 
Wort. — Kreutzer: Lied der Schwdser. — Zollner: Die Heimat — 
Kreutzer: An daa Vaterland. — Sauer: Daa ganze Herz dem Vater- 
land I— Abt: Ueber den Sternen.— Der letzte Krieg.— Himmei : Gebet 
wahrend der Schlacht. ~ Mendelssohn: Lied der Schwdzer in der 
Frcmde. — Nigeli: Manneakraft. — Weber: Schwertlied. — Spohr: 
Wie dn atolzer Adler. — Kficken: Lasst marachiren. — Kalliwoda: 
Das deutsche Lied. — Ausmarsch. — M^hul: Hor' uns, Gott Herr der 
Welti — Speidd: Das deutsche Lied. — Schwdzerdegen. — Meth- 
fcsscl: Der Prciluit Schlacht ruf. — '» SchwyzcrhQsli. — - Tietz: Auf 
der Kirchwcih zu Scliwyz. — Lauer : Auf ciiiciii Schlachtfdde. — Sack- 
statter: Vaterlandslied.— Wilhelm : Die Wacht am Rhein.— Baumgart- 
ner: Schwdzergeaang. — Llebe: Mein Heimatthal. — Mendelsaohn: 
Schwur Irder Manner. — Schwyzer Hdmweh. — Abt: Daa Hdmat- 

land. — Mdn Herz iat im Hochland. — Lieb Hdmatland, adel 

Hdmat, adel — Bogler: Vaterlandalied. — Methfcsael: Waa brauaest 
du, mdn jungea Blut? — Schumann: Die ewige Burg. — Liebe: Hd- 
matlied. -- Sackstatter: Das Herz gehort dem Vaterland. — Ecker: 
Sehnaucht nach der Schweiz. — Kreutzer : Frdhlingaandacht. — Wan- 
derachaf t — Vorfrflhling.— Rdneckc : Friihling ohne Ende. — Behrens : 
Morgens. — Abt: Im Friihling. — Schmdlzer: Waldabendachdn. — 
Seidel: Mein Herz, thu' dich auf! — Baumgartner: FriihUngaglaube. 

— Eaaer: Abachied vom Walde. — Krrutzer: Mirznacht. — Tletz: 
Waldeinsamkeit — Mair: Tauaendsch5n. — M5hring: Gott und mein 
Lied. — LfiUel: Trauungsgeaang. — Riihl: Bundealied. — Rand- 
hartinger: Herbstlied. — Brambach: Ein frohlicher Sang. — Abt: 
Abendlied. Der Abend sinkt. — Das einsame Roddn. — Durrner: 
Sturmbeschworung. — Ecker: Fruhlingslied. — Szadrowsky: Rfick- 
erinnerung. — Rinck : Abendlied. — Mendelssohn : Des Jigers Abschied. 

— Werner: Haidenrosldn. — Baumgartner: Weg mit Grillen and 
Sorgen. — Gersbach : Morgenlied. — Stehle : Polenlied in der Schenke. 

— Billeter: Schlafe wohll — Gade: Wanderluat. — Abt: Abend- 
glocken. — Chwatal: Nachtgesang. — Marschner: Liederafreihdt. — 
Silcher: Der Schwdzer; Der Soldat. — Ecker: Stindchen. — Mdn 
Wunsch. — Heim : Das deutsche Lied. — Silcher : Barbaroaaa. — Ade 1 

— Abt: Lieb' ist dn Bl&meldn. — Schubert: Die Nacht. — Silcher: 
Aennchen von Tharau. — Herzenswiinsche. — Silcher: Wohin mit 
der Freud'? — Rietr: Freud' und Ldd. — Ecker: Singerfahrt. — 
Rietz: Im Mai. — Billeter: Der versenkte Hort. — Attenhofer: Daa 
Erkennen. — Allea, was wir lieben, lebel — Der K5nig in Thule. — 
Sch5n Rohtraut. — Weber: Wanderlied. — Mangold: Heiterer Lebena- 
lauf. — Becker : Das Kirchlein. — Durrner : Waldvogelein. — Noch iat 
die bluhende, goldene Zeit. — Lang" ist es her I — Baumgartner : Wcnn 
wir durch die Strassen ziehen. — Ergo bibamua 1 — In der Fremde. — 
Seliger Tod. — 's Bluemli. — Beethoven : Fahr' wohl, du gold'ne S<mne. 

— Im Thale. — Silcher: Der Geliebten. — Stern: Soldatenabachied. 

— Die Gedanken aind frei. — Baumgartner: An der Saale hdlem 
Strande. — Silcher: Lebewohl. — Witt: Die Thrane. — Das Schwert. 

— Mozart: Briider, reicht die Hand zum Bunde! — Zollner: Trink, 
Kamerad. — Abt: Trinklehre. — Pfdffer: Daa bdhmiache K6nlga- 
tSchterldn. — Zollner: Daa Lied vom Rheinwdn. — Pfdffer: So 
lang im Kdler noch ein Fass. — Bdnicke: Lied und Wdn. — Amdt: 
Trinklied. — Baumgartner: Vom hoh'n Olymp. — Kdcken: Trink* 
lied. — Stuntz: Im Pokale klaren Wdn. — Baumgartner: Wamong 
vor dem Waaser. — Zollner: Wo mocht' ich aein? — Ecker: Gam- 
brinus. — Schroter: Bechers Wunsch. — Schneider: Ich bin nicht 
gem allein. — Bdnicke: Im Wdnhaus. — Ahrenssen: Stiftungsfder. 

— Haaer: Der Gesang. — Dea Singers Granze. — Marschner: Brfider, 
lasat uns luatig sein I — Stosst an, trinkt aus. — Pfdffer : Mailicd. — 
Bergmann: Mdn Hers iat wie die dunkle Nacht. — Munuger: O, 
apielt ein traurig Lied. — ^eber: Der todte Soldat. — Schomaaa; 
Der Abendatem. — Mangold: Mein liebster Aufenthalt. — Baumgart- 
ner: Es ist bestimmt in Gottes Rath. — Am Ufer hin und wleder. ~ 
Santner: Mein schonster Kirchengang. — Kreutzer: Abendfder. — 
Hdsig: Der weisse Hirsch. — Billeter: Wanderlied. — Baumgartner: 



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Ruetli Daa. (Caniinued.) 

O Jageadsdtt — SUcher: Hoffe du Bettcl — Abendschicdsgesang 
der Aatwandercr. «— Weber: Wm glinst in Aug* so helle? — Stunts: 
In's Freie.— Kflhne: In die Ferne.— Silcher : Stirb, Ueb' nnd Freud' 1 
— Wilhelm: Schddea. — Gaugler: Der wandemde Musikant. — 
Zimmemann: Abschied yom Walde. — Frauen-Lob. — Weber: Lutxow's 
wilde Jagd. — BUIeter: Zum Walde muMt du waodem geh'n. — Haydn: 
Oettcrrdchlachea Nationallied. — Berger; Theodor K5mer. — Kfihne: 
Ueber alien Gipfeln ist Ruh. — Macsewsky: Trinklied fOr Alte. — 
Braua: Muttcraeelenallela. — Wasaemann: Die Harmonie. — Flem- 
mingt Zur Cidlienfeler. — Zdllner; Im Herbat. — Bogler: Bleib' bei 
nlr. — Harmoniacbes Hoch. — Abt: Toaat, Er lebe hoch. 

Roetli» Da8. Pari-smig. Gbhtb. No. la in M.Z47.4 

Ruetliachwurf Der. Cantata. For the Music see Arnold, Gus- 

tav. For the Librbtto see Schiller. 
Rnf vom Berge. Song. Bbbthovbn. Werke. Serie 23. 

Il4i3.x.a3 
Rnfiinl, Giovanni, translator. 

DoNiZBTTi. Don Sebastiano. IC.305.5 

Rnffo, Vincenzo. 

Adoramus Te. [Motet.] (In Lueck. Sammlung ausge- 

zeichneter Compositionen fur die Kirche. Band 4, pp. 

I, 2.) No. I in 11.Z58.33.4 

See, from his ocean bed. Madrigal. (In HuUah. Part 

music. Secular. VoL i, pp. 100-104.) No. 27 in II.X57.38.Z 

Ruggi, Francesco. 

I due ciabattini. Follia comica in i atto, di A. Spadetta. 

Posta in musica dal Mo Francesco Ruggi. Canto in chiave 

di sol con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano. Lucca, [i860.] 

No. 2 in ll.a86.30 

Rnhe. Part-song, Abt, F. Gesange fur Mannerstimmen. Op. 

73. No. I in ic.39a.z ; etc. 

Lachnbr, I. Sechs Gesange. Op. 78* No. i in IC.392.34 

Schumacher, P. P. H. Musikanten-Lieder. No. 7 in If.a13.z6 

Rnhe der Liebe. Song. Curschmanh. Curschmann-Album. 

No. I in M.Z57.37 
Ruhe f rei von aller Klage. Part-song. Fuss. 

No. 73 in ll.za9a43.a 

Ruhe im Schatten einer Ruine. For orchestra. Hopmanm, H. 

C. J. Drei Characterstficke. No. 2 in 11.342.6 

Ruhe, meine Seelel Song. Strauss, R. 4 Lieder. Op. 27. 

No.i in 11.380.24.2 
Ruhe, schonstes Gluck der Erde. Part-song. Schubbrt, F. P. 

No. 46 in 11.392.23; etc. 

Ruhe, Sussiiebchen. Song. Brahms. Romanzen aus Tieck's 

Magelone. Heft 3- No. 7 in 11.380.40.1 

Curschmanh. Curschmann-Album. No. i in M.z 57.37 

Ruheloe, rastlos. Part-song. Bruch. Denkmale des Volks- 

gesanges. No. 15 in M.Z58.22 

RuhethaL Part-song. 

Krbutzbr, C [Sechs Lieder. Op. 24.] No. 54 in M.392.Z3 

Mbmdblssohn-Bartholdy, J. L F. Werke. Serie 16. 

M4Z3.3.Z6 

Rnhig, Philisterl Part-song. 

Gbn^b. Drei lustige Lieder. Op. 103. No. 32 in M.392.9 

Tauwitz. Vier Gesange. Op. 109. No. 24 in M.392.26 

Ruined chapd. The. Part-song. Beckbr, V. £. No. 13 in M.Z09.Z 

Ruinen, Die, von Athen. Opera. For the Music see Beethoven. 

Werke. Serie 20, Band 2. 
Rninen, Die, von Athen. Overture. Bbbthovbn. M.413.Z.3 

Ruinen, Die, von Paluzzi. Opera. For the Music see Rom- 
berg, A. 
Ruines. Song. Schubert, F. P. M61odies. Vol. 8. M.3a74.8 
Ruines, Les, d'Ath^nes. Opera. For the Music see Beethoven. 

For the Libretto see Kotzebue. 
Ruisseau, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. M61odies. Vol. 4. 

M.3a7.4.4 
Rule Britannia. Song. Arnb, T. A. No. i in M.384^8 

Ruler of all creation. Part-song, Rossini. No. 15 in M.335.7.2 

Rullmann, Wilhelm. 
Die Albigenser. Grosse Oper. Musik von Jules de Swert. 

M.3a4.5 
Rumor. Fiction. Sheppard. M.zoz.44 

RumpelstiltaldiL Opera. For the Music and Libretto see 

Oatty, A. S. 
Rumpere livor edax. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 11. M.8o4oa.67.zz 



Rumpitur invidia. Motet. Lassus. Simmtliche Werke. Band 

II. M.8o4oa.67.zz 

Runaway flirt, The. Opera. For the Music see Mere. For the 

Libretto see Oldfatfaer. 
Runaway girl, A. Opera. For the Music see TOkins. For the 

Libretto see Hicks, S. 
Runaways, The. Opera. For the Music see HubbelL For the 

Libretto see Burkhardt, A. 

Rund. Song. Abt, F. Drei komische Lieder. No. 24 in M.z92,z 

Rund ist AUes auf der Welt. Part-song. Abt, F. Leichte 

Mannerchore. No. 24 in M.246.22 

Hennig. No. 10 in M.392.36 

KuECKEN. Trinklied. No. 3 in M.39a.zs 

Rnndgesang. Part-song. Abt, F. DieKirmes. No. 4 in 11.392.Z 

Rundgesang auf dem Wasser. Part-song. Behrens, C. H. T. 

No. 255 in M.Z29a43.8 
Rundgesang des Freundschafts-Bundes. Song. Righinl 

No. 23 in M.22Z.33 
Rundgesang im Walde. Part-song. Schulz, J. P. C. 

No. 18 in M.2Z3.9 
Runetuauber. Opera. For the Music see Hartmann, E. For 

the Libretto see Lehmann, J. 
Rnnenianber. Overture. Hartmann, E. No. 3 in if.403.53 

Rungenhagen, Carl Friedrich. 
An die Stunden des Gesanges. [Gesang, s. o. t. Mit Be- 
gleitung des Pianoforte.] {In Deutsche Gesange. P. 7.) 

No. 13 in M.a2z.33 
Der Cid im Leben, Lieben und Sterben. In Romanzen 
nach dem Spanischen von J. C. von Herder. In Musik 
gesetzt [fur eine Singstimme, s. o. t., mit Pianoforte- 
Begleitung] von C. F. Rungenhagen. Berlin. Christian!. 
[182-?] No. 21 in M.aaz.30 

Das eigne Herz. Gedicht von C. Griinig. In Musik gesetzt 
ftir eine Singstimme [a o. bar.] mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte von C. F. Rungenhagen. Berlin. Klage. [182-?] 

No. 22 in M.22Z.30 
Gestern liebt' ich. [Gesang, s. o. t. Mit Begleitung des 
Pianoforte.] (In Deutsche Gesange. P. 8.) 

No. 3' in M.22Z.33 
Lebensmelodien. Gedicht von A. W. Schlegel. Wechsel- 
gesang fiir 2 Sopran-, Tenor- und Bassstimmen mit Be- 
gleitung des Piano-Forte von C. F. Rungenhagen. Berlin. 
Christiani. [182-?] No. 23 in M.22Z.30 

Das Vergissmeinnicht [s. a t.], nach Himmel's Composi- 
tion. Mit Verandeningen und Begleitung des Pianoforte 
von C. F. Rungenhagen. Berlin. Schlesinger. [182-?] 

No. 25 in M.22Z.30 

Zur allerhochsten Geburtsfeier Sr. Majestat des Konigs von 

Preussen Friedrich Wilhelm des Dritten. Gesellschafts- 

lied von Carl Miichler. Mit Begleitung des Pianoforte in 

Musik gesetzt von C. F. Rungenhagen. Berlin. Groben- 

schiitz & Seller. [183-?] No. 24 in M.aai.30 

Runs, Albert de. 

La nuit du plus beau jour. Folic musicale en i acte. Paroles 

de Jules Marville. Musique de Albert de Runs. [Partition 

chant et piano.] Toulouse. Messonnier. [ 1873.] 

No. 3 in M.307.40 

Rup^ Georges. 

Ave Maria [t. ou s. Accomp. de piano]. Paris. Leduc. 

[188-?] No. 26 in M.aoz.35 

Rural sports. Catch. Lbclerc No. 93 in M.220.9.Z 

Rurik's Segen. Opera. For the Music se Schreinzer. For the 

Libretto see Lange, E. 
Ruse d'amour. Opera. For the Music see Lecocq, A. C. For 

the Libretto see Bordise, S. 
Ruse, La, d'amour. Opera. For the Music see Charding. 

Ruses d'amour. Ballet music. Glazunov. Mw|o6.^7 

Pyonirb h JIioaiiiuul [Ruslan and Ludmila.] Opera. For the 
Music see Glinka. For the Librbtto see Pushkin. 

Ruse inutile, La. Opera. For the Music see Isouard. For the 
Libretto see Hoffman, F. B. 

Russell, Gertrude, translator. 
Hrussoczy, M. von. Recollections of Countess Theresa 
Brunswick (Beethoven's "Unsterbliche Geliebte). Lon- 
don. 1893. M.Z034 



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RuMeU, William. 
Job. A sacred oratorio. Adapted for the organ or piano 

forte by Samuel Wesley. London. Welsh & Hawes. 

[1826.] 1c.a43.aa 

A morning & evening service [in A. Consisting of Te 

Deum, Jubilate, Magnificat, Nunc dimittis]. Arranged 

with an accomp. for the organ, by William Patten. 

[Added six double chants, by Patten.] London. Novello. 

[185-?] No. 8 in ll.a36.aa 

In rosy bow'rs. Glee [s. a.b.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 4, 

pp. 297-305.) No. 14 in M.Z39a.ia4 

Miserere met. Solo, s. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello. 

Motetts. Vol. I, book i, pp. 9-1 1.) No. 4 in 11.360.24.1 
O Salutaris. Trio for s. s. a. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 

Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, pp. 140, 141.) 

No. 52 in II.260.Z7.2 
Sanctus and Kyrie in C. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello. 

Cathedral choir book. Vol. i, pp. 35-38.) 

Il.a33.z4.z ; No. 23 in IC.Z90.6 
The sea beat mariner. Glee. (In Page. Festive harmony. 

Pp. 141-153.) N0.24inll.235.1z 

Tantum ergo [s. a.t. b. Accomp. for organ]. (In Novello. 

Convent music. Vol. i, pp. 90, 91.) No. 5 in II.260.Z7.Z 
Russia. Music, 
Ada!bvski, £. La musique et les compositeurs russes con- 

temporains: W^^ Ella Adaiewski. Paris. 1877. Portrait. 

No. 4 in lf.z34.9 
Arnold, Y. F. Teopisi ApeBne-pyccxaro uepxoBHaro h 

HapoAHaro n'bHlsi. [Theory of old Russian church music 

and folksong.] MocKsa. 1880. ic.az5.2 

Balakirev, M. a. Recueil de chants populaires russes, 

not^s et harmonises. [Accomp. de piano.] Leipzig. 

1898. lf.384.64 

Karpov, G. F., editor. Kpyrb uepKOBRaro Apeaiuiro SHaMeu- 

Haro irbnifl. [Cycle of old church songs.] Cn6. 1884, 85. 

6 V. in 4. Il.2a3.27 

Kui, T. A. La musique en Russie. Paris. 1880. 

No. 2 in ll.z3a.2 
NApRAVNfK, E. F. ^HapoAHue Tamibi," jmn opxecrpa. No. 

1-6. [Danses nationales. Pour orchestre.] Cn6. [187-?] 

6 V. in 2. IC40542 

SouBiBs, A. Histoire de la musique en Russie. Paris. 

[1898.] Facsimiles. Il.373.z7 

Precis de I'histoire de la musique russe. Paris. 1893. 

No. 2 in ll.208.3z 
Yusupov, N. B. Histoire de la musique en Russie. Partie 

i: Musique sacr^e. Paris. 1872. 11.a06.20 

Russian hymn. [God save the Emperor, s. a. t. b. Accomp. 

for organ.] (In Gounod. The Royal Albert Hall choral 

music. Vol. 3, pp. 41-45.) 11.384.28.3 

Same. Russian national song. [Part-song.] (In Turte 

and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3, pp. 274, 

275.) No. 90 in ic.zzz.4.3 

Rnssian sacrifice, The, or the burning of Moscow. Opera, 

For the Music see Stevenson, J. A. For the Libretto see 

Code. 



No. 7 in lC.34a.zz 
No. 8 in ic.359.5 



MRussisch.** For orchestra, Kubckxn. 
Russische Suite. For strings, Wubbrst. 
Rust, Friedrich Wilhelm. 
Sonata seria H moll fur Pianoforte und Violine. Heraus- 
gegeben von Wilh. Rust. [Partitur und Stimme.] Leip- 
zig. Klemm. [1889.] 1M3Z45 
Rust, Wilhelm. 
Ich und mein Flaschenl [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche 
Sangerhalle. Vol. i, p. 61.) No. 21 in II.392.42.Z 
Qui tollis. Terzett fur s. a. b. [mit obligater Orgel]. Leip- 
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [186-?] No. 14 in II.260.ZO.3 
Rustic coquette. Part-song. Champnbys. No. 13 in M.Z95.Z.Z7 
Rutenber, C. B. 
The Christ. A cantata. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 
Ditson & Co. 1892, No. 5 in ic.204.a5 
Ruth. Cantata. For the Music see Gaul; also Le Beau. For 

the Libretto see Oxenford, £.; also M^oL 

Ruth. Oratorio. For the Music see Cowen; also Franck, C. 

A.; also Goldschmidt, O.; also Tolhurst; also Vincent 

C. J. 

Ruth and Naomi. Cantata. For the Music see Damrosch, L. 

Ruth et Booz. Cantata. For the Music see Litolff. For the 

Libretto see Lefebvre, H. 
Ruth et Noemi. Oratorio. For the Music see Lesueur. 
Rutherford, John. 
The troubadours: their loves and their lyrics; with remarks 
on their influence, social and literary. London. Smith, 
Ewer & Co. 1873. Il.za6.z5 

Ruy Bias. Opera. For the Music see MarchettL For the 

Libretto see Ormeville. 
Ruy Blaa. Overture. Mbndblssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. 

No. I in lC.346.z4 
Ruy Blaa and the blas^ rou^. Opera. For the Music see Lutz. 

For the Libretto see Hobson. 
Ryan, Desmond. See Ryan, Michael Desmond. 
Ryan, Desmond Lumley. 
The lord of Burleigh. A pastoral cantata. The music com- 
posed by F. Schira. 11.155.50 
The maid of Astolat. Cantata. Composed by C. S. Heap. 

Il.zs5.z8 

Mina. Opera. The music by F. Schira. II.322.8 

Toy symphony in C. Full score. London. Metzler & Co. 

[ 188-?] No. 2 in ic.34a.30 

Ryan, Michael Desmond. 

Selections from Pietro il Grande. Music by JuUien. 11.253.7 
Ryan, Michael Desmond, translator, 
GoLDBECK. "The soldier's return," or Clara and Valentine. 

ic.237.22; etc. 
LiNDPAiNTNER. The widow of Nain (Der Jtingling von 
Nain). lC.24a.a9 

Rydberg, Abraham Viktor. 

Snofrid. Ballad. For soli, kor och orkester af Elfrida 
Andr^e. No. i in ic.39z.3z 

Rydberg, Victor. See Rydberg, Abraham Viktor. 
Rymond. Opera. For the Music see KoczalskL For the 
Libretto see Freddo. 



S 



8. 

Signora Angelica Catalan!. Beschreibung ihres Lebens 
und Charakters, nebst einer Beleuchtung ihres Gesanges. 
Hamburg. Wichers. 1819. No. i in ic.10a.37 

S., £. See Schreck, Emmy. 

S^ E. H. z. See Bmst August Carl Johannes Leopold Alex- 
ander Bdnard, Hersog von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, 
S«y L. 
Lebensbeschreibung von Carl Maria von Weber. Gotha. 
Hennins. 1829. Portrait. 1c.372.z2 



S., S. B. 
Ho! every one that thirsteth. Opening sentence for four 

voices. Re-arranged from the original manuscript by 

Henry Wilson. Boston. Ditson & Co. 1872. 

No. 20 in ic.z9a9 
g### P***. Opera. For the Music see Lassimonne. For the 

Libretto see Pr6vel, £. 
S. U. su P. £. R. per. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 9- ic.804a.67.9 

'S ist schlimm genug. Part-song. Chwatal. No. 152 in ic.a46.22 



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S'ci non mi voolc amar. Aria, Hamdbu 12 Sopran-Arien. 

No. I in IC.97048 
81' 1 dissi maL Madrigal. PALBSTUifA. Werke. Band 28. 

ic.8040a.66.a8 
811 est un charmant gazon. Song, Liszt. Gesammelte 
Lieder. No. 24 in M.244.Z4 

811 y a compagnon. Part-sang. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 14. M.8o4oa.67.z4 

SI0 esca vivo de' dubbiost scoglL Part-song, Lassus. Sammt- 
liche Werke. Band zo. icA>4oa.67.xo 

8I0 fosse ciattl'. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 10. ll.8040a.67.10 

8*io non ti conoscessi. Madrigal. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 
ag. 1c.8040a.66.a9 

SI0 taloT muovo. Madrigal. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 2. ic.8o4oa.67.a 

SI0 ti vedess' nna sol. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 10. 1c.8040a.67.zo 

Slo ve dico ca sete la chi& bella. Part-song. Lassus. Sammt- 
liche Werke. Band 10. lc.8040a.67.zo 
8' un sguardo un fa beato. Madrigal Palxstrina. Werke. 
Band aS. 1c.8040a.66.a8 
8* vna fede amorosa. Part-song. Lassus. Simmtliche Werke. 
Band 10. lc.8040a.67.zo 
Sa chanmiire. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. M61odies. Vol. 2. 

lC.3a7.4.a 
Si ensam nti natten. Song. Kjbbui^f. S&nger och Visor. 
Band z. lC.z58.47 

Sa fleur ch^rie. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2. 

ic.3a7.4.a 
Sa Majest6 TAmour. Opera. For the Music see Roger, V. 

For the Librbtto see Hennequin, M. 
Sa tombe. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. Melodies. Vol. z. 

IC.337.4.Z 

Saatengruen. Part-song. Liszt. No. iz in 1c.393.z6 

Sabadiniy Bernardo. 

Dominus a dextris Tuis. Aria [b. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 

(In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. Vol. 4, p. 112.) 

No. 21 in 1c.a90.a94 
God be merciful. Terzetto [a.t. b. and chorus. Accomp. 
for pianoforte]. (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. 
Vol. 2, pp. 43-48.) No. 9 in ic.a9o.a9.a 

In my distress I cried. Duetto [s. s. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. Vol. 3> 
pp. 47, 48.) No. 8 in ic.a9o.a9.3 

Sabader, Jenny. 
Un senrice d'ami. Op6ra comique. Musique de Edmond 
Hocmelle. No. 3 >n ic.a76.a3 

Sabader-Blot, Maria. 
Un mariage par quiproquo. Op^rette en un acte. Paroles 
de Ad^le Laboureau. Musique de M«"« M. Sabatier-Blot. 
[Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Gambogi. [1865.] 

No. I in ic.393.53 
Sabatini, Giovanni Andrea. 
Zion» arise in gladness. Duetto [s. s. Accomp. for organ]. 
(In Gardiner. Sacred melodies. Vol. 4, pp. 582, 583.) 

No. 29 in ic.336.30.4 

Sabatino, Niccold. 

Agitato ancor mi sento. [Aria, t., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Parti separate.] Manuscript. [i75-?] No. z in ic.zaaa9 

Sabattier, J. B. 

L'op6ra et la symphonie, ou id6e g^n^rale de la musique. 

Paris. Marpon & Flammarion. Z879. No. 3 in lC.zz9a.z0 

Sabbat, Le, pour rire. Opera. For the Music see Raspail. 

For the Librbtto see Chauvin. 
Sabbatfeier. Port-song. Abt, F. No. 16 in IC.Z474 

Sabbath bells. Part-song. Smart, H. No. 34 in IC.Z57.Z 

Sabbath call, The. Part-song. Krbutzbr, C. 

No. 34 in IC.Z57.5.Z; etc. 
Sabbath evening sacred vocal music. Psalmody. Goss. 

No. 2 in lC.a36.9 
Sabbath evenings. Songs. Knight, J. P. ica34.z4 

Sabbath mom. Anthem. Mbndblssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. 

No. 7 m M.aik>.aa; etc. 
Sabbath-mom, The. Part-song. Lachmbr, F. 

No. 26 in lc.ao4.36.5 



Sabbath morning at sea. Song. Elgar. Sea-pictures. 

No. z in IC406.63 

Sabbath schools. Singing hooks. See Sunday schools. Singiftg 
books. 

Sabbathfuh. Part-song. Abt, F. Vier vierstimmige Manner- 
chore. Op. 33Z. No. 7 in lC.39a.39 

Sabbatini, Niccol6. See Sabatino, Niccol6. 

Sabbe, Julius. 
De klokke Roeland. Contate. Getoonzet door Edgar TineL 

No. 3 in lC.a04.a6 
Sabtomes, Les. Duet. Gounod. Quinze duos. 

No. 3 in IC.Z57.36.6 
Sabelkampf. Part-song. Flubgbl, G. No. 28 in lc.ao3.7 

Sabina, Karel. 
Im Brunnen. Komische Oper. Musik von Wilhelm Blodek. 

No. 2 in ic.393.7 
Prodani nevesta. Komicka zp^vohra. Hudbu slozil B. 
Smetana. lC.384.68;etc 

Sabots, Les. Opera. For the Music see DunL For the Li- 
brbtto see Sedaine. * 

Sabots, Les, de la marquise. Opera. For the Music see Boo- 

langer. For the Librbtto see Carrf, M. 
Sabre enchant^, Le. Opera. For the Music see BoussagoL 

For the Librbtto see Domicent 
Sac, Le, du convent. Part-song. Boulangbb. No. 40 in lC.39a.3 

Sacch6ro, Giacomo. 
I baccanti. Dramma lirico. Posto in musica dal M® 

Uranio Fontana. ic.a3z.40 

Caterina Cornaro. [Opera.] Musique del Mo. Gaetano 

Donizetti. li-363.34 

Clarissa Harlowe. Dramma lirico. Musica di N. Perelli. 

ic.369.3 

Corrado d'Altamura. Dramma lirico. [Musica del Maestro 

Federico Ricci.] Venezia. Molinari. [1842.] 

Libretto only. No. 4 in lC.Z47.8.a 

Same. Corrado d'Altamura, del Mo. F. Ricci. Op6ra com- 

plet. lc.369.zo 

Cristina di Svezta. Tragedia lirica de Cammarano & Sac- 

ch6ro. Posta in musica dal Mo. Alessandro Nini. ic.a67.30 
Margarita di Yorck. Tragedia lirica. Musica del Maestro 

Alessandro Nini. Venezia. Molinari. [1840.] 

Libretto only. No. I3 in IC.Z47.8.3 

Same. Posta in musica dal Mo Alessandro Nini. IC.3ZZ.4 

La martire. Dramma lirico. Musica di £. Perelli. 1c.a93.3z 
Sacchi, Giovenale. 

Delia divisione del tempo nella musica, nel ballo e nella 
poesia. Dissertazioni IIL Milano. [Mazzucchelli.] 1770. 

ic.z03.30 
Sacchini, Antonio Maria Gasparo. 

All my past life. Duett [s. s.]. (In Bland. The Ladies' 
collection. Vol. 4, p. 460.) No. 105 in 1c.a35.z74 

Britannia, encircled with glory. National chorus. (In Turle 
and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3, pp. 135- 
145.) No. 50 in IC.ZZZ4.3 

Chimene, ou le Cid. Trag6die lyrique en 3 actes [de Guil- 
lard]. Mise en musique par Sacchini. [Partition.] Paris. 
L'auteur. [1784.] li-a74.5 

Same. Paroles de Guillard d'apr^s Corneille. [Musique 
par] Sacchini. R^duite pour piano et chant par Eugene 
Gigout. Paris. Michaelis. [188-?] Portrait. [Chefs- 
d'ceuvre de Top^ra fran^ais.] IC.394.94 

[Col mio ben si vada a morte. Aria, t., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura.] Manuscript. [Paris? 183-?] 

No. 3 in ic.za0.a9 

La colonie. Op6ra comique en 2 actes. Imit6 de I'italien 
[par Framery] & parodi^ sur la musique del Sig^ Sacchini. 
[Partition.] Paris. Le Due. [i77S.] . M.a74«7 

La contadina in corte. A comic opera. London. Cox. 
1782. No. 7 in IC.Z47.5 

Libretto only, in English and Italian. 

Creso. A serious opera. London. Cadell. 1777. 

Libretto only, in Engliali and Italian. No. a in IC.Z47.5 

Dardanus. Trag^die lyrique en 4 actes [de Leclerc de La 
Bruire]. Mise en musique par Sacchini. [Partition.] 
Paris. Magnian. [1784.] lC.374.zo 



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Sacchini, Antonio Maria Gasparo. (CoHimued,) 
EUe m'a prodigu^ sa tendresse. Air [b. Accomp. de piano]. 
(In Biblsotliique mnsicale. S^rie 2, tome i, pp. 97-102.) 

No. 13 in M.z93.az.i 

Evelina. Op^ra en 3 actes. Paroles de Mr Guillard. Mu- 

sique de Sacchini. [Partition.] Paris. Imbault. [1788.] 

M.274.6 
Henry cuU'd the flow'ret's bloom. Song [s. or t.] from 
Rosina. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] (/n Musical library. 
Vol. 3» pp. 138-140.) No. 45 in Il.a35.z8.3 

How should we mortals. Trio [a.t. b.]. (In The Apollo. 
Vol. I, pp. 17-22.) No. 9 in ic.z39a.z8.i 

Alio to be (ottnd in Clementl't Collection of catches; Sibbald's Col- 
lection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico. 

Idol mio si pi^ non vivi. Cavatina a soprano, 2 violini, 2 
viole e basso. [Partitura.] Manuscript. [1820?] 

No. 4 in Ii.z20.29 

L'isola d'amore. Intermezzi a quattro voci. [Partitura.] 
Manuscript. [Roma? 1766?] ic.sz.z9 

Same. London. Bremner. [178-?] No. 3 in ll.39z.25 

Lucio Vero. [Opera. Parole di Apostolo Zeno.] Musica 
del Sigr D. Antonio Sacchini. [Partitura.] Manuscript. 
[Napoli? 1764?] 2 V. ll.sz.20 

Mein Sohn, du bist's nicht mehr. Recit. und Arie [b.] aus 
Odipus auf Colonos. [Clavierauszug.] Manuscript. N. d. 

No. 16 in 11.236.6 

O lieto di. Trio [s. t. b.] in the opera of Evelina. [Accomp. 
for violins, viola and bass.] London. Clementi. [18 — ?] 

No. 18 in Ii.a35.z4 

Same. O joyful dayl [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] 

No. 3 in IC.244.ZO.3 

QEdipe k Colone. Op^ra en 3 actes [de Guillard]. Mis en 
musique par A. Sacchini. [Partition.] Paris. Imbault. 

[1784.] li.274." 

Same. Partition de piano et chant. Launer. [186-?] 

M.327.3 
L'Olympiade, ou le triomphe de Tamiti^. Drame herolque 

en 3 actes et en vers [de M6tastase, traduit par Framery]. 

Musique du Sgr. Sacchini. [Partition.] Paris. Le Due. 

[1777] 11.274.8 

[Perchi se re tu sei. Duetto, s. s., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Partitura.] Manuscript. [ 18 — ?] No. 7 in lC.z2a29 

Same. [Per voci e basso continuo.] No. 8 in M.Z20.29 

Renaud. Trag^die lyrique en 3 actes. [Paroles de Leboeuf 

et Framery.] Mise en musique par Sacchini. [Partition.] 

Paris. Le Due. [1783.] M.274.za 

Same. R^duite pour piano et chant par Eugene Gigout. 

Paris. Michaelis. [188-?] Portrait. [Chefs-d'oeuvre de 

Top^ra frangais.] li>394*25 

Le Sacchini des concerts. Recueil des airs, seines, duos, 

des op6ras frangais de ce maitre. Avec accomp. de piano 

par Castil-Blaze [pseud.]. Paris. Castil-Blaze. [183-?] 

IC.274.Q 

CenttniM. — From Renaud: Je powrsis (tre Insensible, sir, •. ; iH]k 
la trompette guerriire, sir, T. ; Souversin srbitre du sort, choeur ; Cruel, 
pourquoi m'ss*tu trshie, sc^e, s.; Serss-tu tonjours inflexible, duo, 
B. T. ; Barbare Amour, tjran des coeurs, air, s. ; Eh, comment veux-tu 
4ue je Tive, sir, s. ; Henoncez k votre hsine, sir, t. ; Plus nous svons 
souffert de peines, trio, s. t. b. — From Chimine : Psrdonne k ces 
liches combsts, sir, s.; Je Tois dans mon amant, air, s. ; D'un juste 
combst qui m'honore, air, t. ; O tonrment rifourenx, duo, s. t. ; Tout 
ce qui dut me rendre henrenx, cavatlne, t. ; Bannis un cruel d^sespoir, 
air, a. ; Marchons, mes chers smis, finsle ; D'un si brillant succte, air, 
T. ; Ssns I'offenser non tu ne peux le croire, sir, s. *, On dirs qu'^prls 
de Chimine, sir, t.; Cruel, reux-tu que ton smante, air, s. — From 
Dsrdanua: Mines plsintifs, tristes vlctimes, choeur; Par des jeux 
nutans, choeur; Cest nn charme supreme, air, t. ; Jour heureux, 
espoir enchanteur, air, t. ; Arrachex de mon coeur, air, s. ; Sombre 
chagrin, air, t. ; Eh bien, avec transport, duo, s. t. — From CEdipe k 
Colone: Ms fille est le prfeieux gsge, csTatine, a.; Le fila des dseux, 
air, T. ; Noua braverons pour lui, choeur ; Allez rkgncr jeune princesse, 
choeur,. s. s.; Votre cour derint mon ssile, sir, t.; Implorons les 
bienfsits, trio, s. T. s.; O vous que Tinnocence mime, choeur, t. 
T. a.; Hilas, d'une si pure flsmme, sir, t. ; Ah, n'sysn^ons pss 
davanUge, seine, s. a.; Ms fille pardonne, cavatine, a.; Tout mon 
bonheur, cayatine, a.; Filles du Styx, sir, a.; O transports pleins 
de charmea, doo, t. a. ; Du malheur auguate yictime, air, a. ; O bonti 
aecourable, trio, a. a. a. ; Dieux ce n'est pss pour moi, sir, s. ; En ma 
faveur, duo, s. T. ; Elle m'a prodlgui, air, s. ; Oik suis-je, mes enfants, 
trio, a. T. a. ; O doux moment, trio, s. t. a. — From Avilina: O ma 
patrie, 6 fortuni rirage, air, a. ; Ah, daignez m'entendre, duo, s. t. ; 
Otti, Tons pouTes tout sur mol, sir, t. 



Sacchini, Antonio Maria Gasparo. (Continued.) 
Signorino che pensate. [Aria, s., con stromenti al arco. 
Partitura.] Manuscript. [Paris? 181-?] No. 5 in M.zaasg 
Same. [Another copy, for voice and continuous bass.] 

No. 6 in M.z2a99 
[So che fedele. Aria, s., con accomp. d'orchestra. Parti- 
tura.] Manuscript. [Paris? 180-?] No. 2tnM.z2o^ 

From his opers Creso. 

Why so pale and wan. Duett [s. s.]. (In Bland. The 

Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, p. 461.) No. 16 in M.235.Z74 

Sacchini, Antonio Maria Gasparo. Works about 

JuLLiEN, J. L. A. La cour et rop6ra sous Louis XVI, Marie 

Antoinette et Sacchini, Salieri, Favart et Gluck. Paris. 

1878. M.za7.39 

Saccio na cosa ch' h di legn' e tonda. Part-song, Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band 10. MJ040a.67.zo 

Sacerdos et Pontifex. Anthem. Gabeibli, A. 

No. 28 in M.Z 58.33.4 
Sacerdos et Pontifex. Mass. Palestrina. Werke. Band 16. 

M.8o4oa.66.z6 
Sacerdotes Domini. Mass. Palestrina. Werke. Band 17. 

M.8o4oa.66.z7 

Sacerdotes Domini incensum et panes offerunt. Offertory. 

Palestrina. Werke. Band 9. M.8o4oa.66.9 

Sachs, Melchior Ernst 

Totenklage der Goten. (Gedicht von Luise Hitz.) FCir 

Mannerchor mit Begleitung eines kleinen Orchesters 

Oder des Klaviers komponiert von M. £. Sachs. Op. 15. 

Klavierauszug. Leipzig. Siegel. [1888?] No. i in M.2za.Z5 

Der Trompeter an der Katzbach. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. 

Deutsche Sangerhalle. Vol. 4, pp. 118-121.) 

No. 41 in M.39a424 
Sachsen-Hymne. Part-song. Krebs. No. 5 in M.392.Z4 

Sacred Harmonic Society. Publications. 
Catalogue of the library. New edition, augmented. [Com- 
piled by W. H. Husk.] London. The Society. 1872. 

M.Z48.9 
Elijah. An oratorio. The English version by W. Bar- 
tholomew. The music composed by Felix Mendelssohn 
Bartholdy. London. [185-?] No. 5 in M.37a.54 

Words only. 
Ernst Pauer's Three lectures on the history of the oratorio. 
First lecture [before the Society]. Syllabus and musical 
illustrations. London. [1872, 73.] M.206.Z2 

The grand service in D, composed by Ludwig van Bee- 
thoven. London. [185-?] No. 3 in M.37a.54 
Words only. 
Same. With an analysis of the work, written expressly for 
the Society by G. A. Macfarren. London. [1854.] 
Words only. No. 4 in M.37a.54 
Israel in Egypt. An oratorio. The music composed in the 
year 1738, by George Frederic Handel. With an analysis 
of the oratorio, written expressly for the Sacred Har- 
monic Society, by G. A. Macfarren. London. [1857.] 
Words only. No. 8 in M.37a.54 
Sacred Harmonic Society, London. Works about. 
Hill, D. A history of the Sacred Harmonic Society. Lon- 
don. 1882. No. 4 in M.2z6.z8 
Sacred lyrist, The. Church music. Bzrd, J. M.ZOOU34 
Sacred melodies. Church music. Gardiner, editor. M.236.90 
Sacred minstrel. The. Church music. Goss, editor. M.Z58.8 
Sacred songs for little singers. Children's songs. Randegger. 

M.Z58.ZO 
Sacred vocalist. The, or pocket collection of select and orig- 
inal tunes. New York. Burnett & Smith. 1832. M.zo9b.3 
Sacrifices, The, of God. Anthem. Calkin. Two introits. 

No. 9 in M.234.ZO 
Sacris solemnia. Anthem. Casciouni. No. 38 in M.Z58.33.3 
Lenz, L. No. 5 in M.260.ZO.6 

Sacro horrore. Anthem. Galuppi. No. 32 in M.290.29.5 

Sad and luckless was the season. Song. Beethoven. Werke. 
Serie 24. M4Z3.z.a4 

Sad disappointment, A. Part-song. McCheane. 

No. I in M.205.ZO.7 
Sad is my day. Duet. Jackson, W., of Exeter. 

No. 5 in M.Z39a.z8.s; etc 



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S«d» that I must tttrn to dust. ParisoHg, Raff. 

No. 9 in ic.905.za7 
Sadak and Kalasrade. Battet musk. Bishop, H. R. ll.396.za 
CiAKO [Sadko]. Symphtmic potm, RiMSKi-KoaaAKOP. 

No. z in 1c.349.30 
Sadly to mine heart appealing. Song, Foster, S. C. 

No. 13 in IC.3804Z.3 
Saechaischer Elbgan-Singerbund. 
Jubiliutns Gesange [t. t. b. b.] zum ssjahrigen Bestehen. 
Dresden. Dietrich. [1889.] No. i in M.399.94 

CMtento. — Slacerfettaprncli, Ton F. W. Helblg. -> Jubiliumilied, 
Ton GttttaT Schtee. — JubUittmsUed, Ton Carl Bleber. — Bundet- 
FettUed. Ton B. HdlffleaeL 

Sacnan, Em. 
Tantum ergo, i 4 voix avec accomp. d'orgue. Op. 18. Paris. 
Schott. [187-7] No. 27 in IC.901.35 

Saenger, Der. Part-song, Otto, E. J. No. 3 in 11.130.8 

Rbissigbr. [Chorgesange und Quartette. Liefening i.] 

No. 6 in M.399.34 
Schumann, R. A. Werke. ' Serie 12. ic.3z6.z.z9 

Saenger, Der. Song. Scrubbet, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, 
Band 2. M.3Z7.Z.90.9 

Saenger, Der, am Felsen. Song, Schubert, F. P. Werke. 
Serie ao. Band 4. lC.3z7.z.9a4 

Saanger* Der, und der Maler. Song. Websb, C. M. F. E. ton. 
Sammtliche Lieder. Band 3. No. 88 in ic.944.7 

Saengar'a Abendlied. Part-song, Abt, F. Leichte Manner- 
chore. No. 3 in M.946.99 
SacDgera Abendlied. Song, Seidel, F. L. Lieder. Heft 3. 

No. 17 in ic.991.33 
Saenger'a Fruhlingsgruss. Part-song, Nbsslbr. 

No. 20 in M.399.Z9 

Saengera-Gebet Part-song. Koesporrr. No. 83 in ic.z99a^4 

Saengefa Gliick. Part-song, Gade. Fiinf Gesange fiir Man- 

nerchor. Op. 38. No. 8 in ic.157.91 ; etc 

Saengera Lied an die Sterne. Part-song. Mueller, C. G. 

No. 65 in lc.z99a43.zo 
Saengera Lieder. Song. Stern, J. 5 (jesange. Op. i. 

No. II inM.991.30 
Saengera Morgengruss. Part-song, Becker, V. £. Drei Ge- 
sange fCir Tierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 65. 

No. 20 in IC.3994 

Saengera Morgenlied. Song, Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 

20, Band 2. M.317.Z.90.9 

Saengera Trost. Part-song, Faisst. No. 36 in M.39949.3 

Saengera Trost Song, Schumann, R. A. Lieder und Ge- 
sange. Op. 127. No. 8 in M.944.154; etc. 
Saengera Wonne. Part-song, Gregbr. No. 7 in M.399.90 
Saengerfahrt. Part-song, Becker, V. E. Fiinf Lieder fur 
vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 59. No. 15 in ic.3994 
EcKER. No. 149 in M.1474 
Hauftmann, M. Sechs vierstimmige Lieder. 

No. 2 in M.157.99 
Kleffeu Sechs Mannerchore. Op. zi. No. 9 in M.399.Z3 
Reiter, E. No. 5 in M.903.99 

Saengerfahrt auf der Elbe. Part-song, 
Mair. No. 51 in M.904.39 

Mobldner. No. 50 in M.904.39 

Saengerfeat-Marsch. Part-song. Koellner. No. 28 in M.399.8 

Saengerfeatapmch. Part-song, Helbig. No. i in M.399.94 

Saanger-Frfihlingsmarsch. Part-song. Reiser. 

No. I in M.370.30 
Saengergmsa. Part-song 
Abt, F. Deutsche Sangerhalle. Vol. 2. No. 35 in M.399.49.9 
Fethu No. 2 in M.370.30 

Fischer, C. L No. 34 in M.399.49.1 

KuECKEN. No. 21 in M.399.14 

Otto, E. J. No. 6 in M.903.3 

Saengergniaa den Frauen. Part-song, Nolopp. Zwei vier- 
stimmige Mannergesange. Op. 31. No. 45 in M.399.16 
Saengerlnat Part-song, MoEHRiNa 6 Gesange fiir Manner- 
chor. Op. 58. No. 8 in M.399.18 
Saengennarach. Part-song. Abt, F. No. 43 in M.399.1 
Becker, V. E. Drei Gesange fiir vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 
60. No. 17 in M.399.4 
Kron. No. 26 in M.399.8 



Saengermarach. Part-song, (Conthmed.) 
MtJsiOL. Lieder ffir vier Mannerstimmen. Heft 2. 

No. 9 in M.399.Z9 
Orth. No. 50 in M.399.Z6 

Otto, E. J. No. 8 in M.i99a.44 

Richter, R. No. 26 in M.399.99 

Schoen, E. von. No. 21 in M.39949.3 

Saengerpflicht Part-song, GaNiE. Drei Lieder. Op. iii. 

No. 33 in IC.3994) 

Saengerprobe, Eine. Part-song, Kuntze. No. 9 in M.399.Z5 

Saengeraegen. Part-song. Reinecke, C. H. C. 

No. 5 in M.903.99 
Saengerapmch. Part-song. Heim, I. No. 44 in IC.Z474 

Saenger-Standchen. Part-song. Gbrnerth. No. 17 in M.399.10 

Saenger-Testament. Part-song. Art, F. Sechs vierstimmige 

Mannergesange. Op. 361. No.9inM.399.9;etc. 

LicHNER. Vier Quartette fur Mannerstimmen. Op. 157- 

Heft I. No. 32 in M.399.Z5 

Otto, £. J. Ernst und Scherz. No. 14 in M.399.97 

Saengerweihe. Optra, For the Music see Taubmann* For 

the Libretto see Bhrenfela. 
Saffo. Opera, For the Music see Mayer, J. S.; also Pacani, G. 

For the Libretto see Cammarano, S. 
Saffron tinta. The, of morn. Anthem, Mozart. 

No. 4 in M.99Z.99.Z 

Safonoff, B., editor, 
Chopin. Grande fantaisie sur des airs polonais. 

No. 5 in IC.334.Z 
Sag* an, der Berge Maidl Part-song. Mueller, A., Jr. 

No. 70 in M.904.39 
Sag* an O lieber Vogel mein. Song, Schumann, R. A. Lieder 

u. Gesange. Heft i. No. 6 in M.944.Z5.Z ; etc 

Sag mirl Song, Franz, R. Sechs Lieder von H. Heine. Op. 

38. No. 40 in M.944.5.3 

Sage, Die, von der Martinswand. Opera. For the Music see 

Nieden. 
Saggio e santo Pastor. Madrigal. Palestrina. Werke. 

Band 28. M.8o4oa.66.98 

Sagt ihm, dass er zu mir komme. Song. Wolf, H. Spani- 

sches Liederbuch. N0.25 inM.380.30, 

Sagt mir, o schonste Schafrin mein. Song. Brahms.* 

Deutsche Volkslieder. Heft i. No. 9 in ic.38o4a3 

Sagt, seid Ihr es. Song, Wolf, H. Spanisches Liederbuch. 

No. 22 in M.38a3o. 
Sagt woher stammt Liebeslust Song. Taubert, C. G. W. 

Gesange aus Shakspeare. No. 8 in M.99X.96 

Sah Gregor das rothe Meer. Part-song, Reinecke, C H. C 

Sechs altfranzosische Volkslieder. No. 18 in M.399.9Z 

Sah' ich ihr Auge. Song. Donizettl No. 13 in ^.936.6 

Said a amile to a tear. Song. Braham. No. 41 in M.384^ 
Said Pasha. Opera. For the Music see StahL For the Li- 
bretto see Marble, S. 
Sailor boy. The. Song. Keller, M. No. 27 in M.Z99.1341 

Sallor'a serenade. The. Part-song. Hattom. No. 81 in M.z57.5^ 

Sailor'a aong. Part-song. Eckert. No. 9 in ic.904.38 

Hatton. No. 6 in M.z95a.6; etc 

MosENTHAL, J. Three songs for . . . male voices. 

No. 28 in M.399.Z8 
Sailor'a welcome home. The. Glee. Bishop, H. R. Complete 
collection of glees. Vol. 2. M.935.Z.9 

Sailors, The. Glee. Ravenscroft. We be three poor mari- 
ners. No. 23 in M.990.3.1 ; etc. 
Sallora' aonga. 
Kitchiner, W., editor. The sea songs of England, selected 
from original manuscripts and early printed copies in 
[his] library. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. 1823. 

No. 2 in M.937.94 

Robin, J. La chanson des cols bleus; chants populaires de 

la flotte frangaise. Paris. [1901.] lUus. M.Z09.35 

Schneider, F. H., compiler. Flottenlieder. Eine Sammlung 

der besten Seemanns- Flotten- u. Meereslieder mit leich- 

ter Klavierbegleitung. Leipzig. [1901.] li*373.59 

Smith, L. A. The music of the waters. A collection of the 

sailors' chanties, or working songs of the sea, of all 

nations. London. 1888. M.io€.99 



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Sain d'Arod, Prosper. 
Messe en r^ majeur, pour quatre voix d'hommes, compUt^e 
d'ttn Credo. Sp6cialement destin6e i. I'usage des soci^t^s 
chorales de France et d'Allemagne. Partition r^duite 
avec accomp. d'orgue ou orgue harmonium. Op. 43. 
Paris. Canaux. [1853.] No. 3 in ll.aoa.xs 

St Adalbert martyr. Oratorio. For the Music see SowinskL 

For the Librbtto see Ostrowski. 
Saint-Albin, Albert de. 
La belle poule. Op6ra-bouffe. Paroles de Hector Cr^ 
mieux & St. Albin. Musique de Herv^ [pseud.]. lC.a76.35 
La foire de St. Laurent. Op6ra-bouffe de H. Cr^mieux et 
A. de St. Albin. Musique de J. Offenbach. Ii«a77*4 

Le grand Casimir. Op^rette de J. Pr^vel et A. de Saint- 
Albin. Musique de Charles Lecocq. 11.3064 

Mam'zelle Gavroche. Com^die-op6rette de MM. Edmond 
Gondinet, Ernest Blum et Albert de Saint-Albin. Mu- 
sique de Herv6 [pseud.]. No. i in IC.276.37 
Le manoir de Pictordu. Op^rette de M" St Albin & A. 
Mortier [pseud.]. Musique de G. Serpette. Il.332.a8 
Panurge. Op6ra-comique de H. Meilhac et de Saint-Albin. 
Musique de Robert Planquette. 11.300.x z 
Saint Antoine vaincu par I'amour. Opera. For the Music see 

Cognet For the Librbtto see Raynaud. 
Saint Arroman, Raoul. 
Fanfreluche. Op6ra comique de Gaston Hirsch, St. Arro- 
man & Burani [pseud.]. Musique de G. Serpette. 

No. I in lC.3aa.aa; etc. 
Fanchonette. See his Fanfreluche. 
Saint-Auban, £mile de. 

Un p^lerinage i Bayreuth. Paris. Savine. 1892. ic.z38.14 
Saint Barnabas. Oratorio. For the Music see Armea. 
Saint bien heureux. Part-song. Auber. No. 8 in 11.130.7 

St Cecilia. Cantata. For the Music see Benedict The legend 

of St. Cecilia. For the Librbtto see Chorley. 
St Cecilia's day. 
Husk, W. H. An account of the musical celebrations on 
St Cecilia's day, in the i6th, 17th, and i8th centuries. 
Appended a collection of odes on St Cecilia's day. Lon- 
don. 1857. M.Z08.8 
Saint Cecilia's day. Caniata. For the Music see Bree. 

Saint-Cdre, Jacques, psntd. See Roaentfaal* Armand. 

Saint Clair, C. G. 
Ave Maria, s. t. [Accomp. for pianoforte or organ.] New 
York. Gordon. [i86a] No. 33 in >(-^x*35 

Saint Cyr. Optra. For the Music see Dellinger. For the 

Librbtto see Walther, O. 
St David's Day. Opera. For the Music see Attwood. For 

the Librbtto see Dibdin, T. J. 
Saint Domingue en 1804. Duet. Conoonb. No. 17 in lC.a44.3 

Saint-£tienne,' Sylvatn. 

Christophe Colomb, ou la d^couverte du Nouveau monde. 

Ode symphonic. Paroles de MM. M6ry, Ch. Chaubet et 

Sylvain St. £tienne. Musique de F61icien David, ic.a4z.a4 

Le marquis des Flageolets. Op^ra comique. Paroles de 

Biron et Sylvain St £tienne. Musique de Jules Creste. 

lC.381.z3 

Moise an Sinai. Oratorio. Musique de F61icien David. 

ic.z53.z4 

La perle du Br6sil. Op6ra comique. Paroles de J. Gabriel 

[pseud.], et Sylvain St £tienne. Musique de F^licien 

David. iC.a9S4 

Saint Poiz. Opera. For the Music see Zincke. For the 

Librbtto see Wolaogen, H. P. von. 
Saint Francis of Assist Oratorio, For the Music see Tinel, 

Edgar. For the Librbtto see Koninck. 
Saint Francoia. Oratorio. For the Music see Tinel, Edgar. 

For the Librbtto see Koninck. 
Saint-George, George. 
R6veil du printemps. Fruhling's Erwachen. Ouverture. 

Partition. London. Woolhouse. [188-?] No. i in lC407.a4 
St George, John. 
Will they answer if I write? Four-part song arranged 

from the song for male voices [by A. Davenport]. Bos- 



St George, John. (Continued.) 

ton. White-Smith Music Publishing Co. [1894.] 

No. 14 in lc.903.ao 
Same. Mixed voices. No. 15 in lC.aQ3.a9 

St George's Te Deum. Anthem. Macfarrbn, G. A. 

No. I in lC.193.ao 
Saint Greorgea, Jules Henri Vernoy de. 
L'aieule. Op6ra comique. Musique de Adrien Boieldieu. 

lC.a8i.4; etc 
Alma I'incantatrice. Opera. Musics di F. de Flotow. 

ic.a56.7 
[L'ambassadrice. Op^ra. Paroles de Scribe et de St. 
Georges. Musique d' Auber.] ic.aa3.a;etc. 

L'ame en peine. Op6ra. Musique de F. de Flotow. 

ic.364^7 
Les amours du Diable. Op^ra faerie. Musique de Albert 
Grisar. ic.a66.37 

L'artisan. Op6ra-comique. Musique de F. Hal^vy. 

lC.a9a.z8 
Au travers du mur. Op6ra bouffe. Musique du Prince 
Poniatowski. ic.a97.za 

L'aumonier du regiment. Op6ra-comique. Poeme de H. 
de St. Georges & Ad. de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de 
Hector Salomon. No. i in ic.3az.a9 

L'aventurier. Op^ra comique. Musique du Prince Ponia- 
towski. ic.a97.1z 
La Boh6mienne. Grand op6ra. Musique de M. W. Balfe. 

ic.as5.39 
Cagliostro. Op^ra comique. [Paroles de Scribe et St 
Georges.] Musique d' Ad. Adam. lC.36z.z9 

Le carillonneur de Bruges. Op^ra comique. Musique de 
Albert Grisar. lC.aa6.5;etc. 

Catharina Cornaro Konigin von Cypern. Grosse tragische 
Oper. In Musik gesetzt von Franz Lachner. ic.a53.a9 
Le chateau de la Barbe-Bleue. Op^ra-comique. Musique 
de A. Limnander. ic.306.aa 

La contessina. Opera dei Sigg. de St. Georges, Adenis 
[pseud.], e de Lauzi^res. Musics del Principe G. Ponia- 
towski. lC.a97.zo 
Les diamants de la couronne. Op^ra comique. Paroles 
de Scribe et de S* Georges. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

ic.361.z9; etc 
Same. [Crown diamonds.] The new comic opera, in three 
acts, of the Crown diamonds. The music by Auber. 
[The words by Scribe and Saint Georges.] 

No. 10 in lCZ45.a5 

Libretto only, in English. This is a different version from the other 
editions of The crown diamonds. 

Same. [The crown jewels.] The favourite opera, entitled 
The crown jewels (Les diamans de la couronne). The 
music by Auber. The words [by Scribe and Saint 
Georges translated] by E. Fitzball [pseud.]. 

Libretto only, in English. No. II in lC.z45.a5 

L'^clair. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. de Planard et 
de S^ Georges. Musique de F. Hal6vy. ic.3a5.a;etc 

Elisabetta d'Ungheria. Opera. Musica di Giulio Beer. 

ic.a65.a 

[The enchantress.] A new and original opera, in three 
acts. Preceded by a prologue, entitled the Enchantress, 
as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 
May 14th, 1845. The music by M. W. Balfe. The libretto 
by M. de St Georges and translated by Mr. Bunn. Lon- 
don. Johnson. [1845I >(->47*95 
Libretto only, interlesTed with newsgMper dippings. 

Same. The enchantress. An opera. Written by M. de St 

Georges & Alfred Bunn. Composed by M. W. Balfe. 

ic.a6z.9 
L'esclave du Camoens. Op^ra-comique. Musique de M^" 

F. de Flotow. M.37a47 

Falstaff. Op6ra-comique de MM. de Saint-Georges et de 

Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de Ad. Adam. No. i in lC.36z.z3 
Le fanaL Op^ra. Musique de A. Adam. lC.a5z.z0 

Le Fanchonnette. Op^ra comique. Poeme de MM. de S< 

Georges et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de L. Clapisson. 

ic.400.a5; etc* 



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THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Saint-Luc 



Saint Georges, Jules Henri Vernoy de. (Continued,) 
La f^e attx roses. Opera comique. Paroles de Scribe et de 

St Georges. Musique de F. Hal6vy. 1c.aa7.afl; etc 

La fiancee du roi de Garbe. Opera-comique. Paroles de 

Scribe et de Saint Georges. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

11.369.3 
Le fiddle berger. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et de 

St Georges. Mis en musique par Adolphe Adam. 11.361.15 
La figlia del reggimento. Op^ra. Musique de Donizetti. 

[Paroles de Basrard et de Saint-Georges.] ic.364.x8; etc. 
La fslle invisible. Op^ra comique. Poeme de MM. de St. 

Georges et Dupin. Musique de A. Boieldieu. ic.fl65.a7 

II fiore di Harlem. Melodramma del Sig. di Saint Georges. 

Musica di F. de Flotow. M.fl7fl4 

Le Florentin. Op^ra-comique. Musique de Ch. Lenepveu. 

ic.303.x5 
Guise, Oder die Stande von Blois. (Guise, ou les ^tats de 

Blois.) Lyrisches Drama von Planard und von St 

Georges. Musik von Georg Onslow. ic.fl93.xfl 

Jaguarita Tlndienne. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. 

de St. Georges et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de F. 

HaUvy. M.354.5 ; etc 

Le joaillier de S^ James. See his Lady Melvil. 
La jolie fille de Perth. Op^ra de MM. de Saint-Georges & 

J. Adenis [pseud.]. Musique de G. Bizet. M.fl65.flfl 

Le Juif errant. Op^ra. Paroles de Scribe et de St. Georges. 

Musique de F. Hal^vy. 1c.flfl7.fl3 

Lady Melvil, ou le joaillier de St James. • [Op6ra comique. 

Paroles de St. Georges et A. de Ribbing.] Musique 

d'Albert Grisar. lC.99fl.7;etc 

Le lazzarone. Op^ra. Musique de F. Hal6vy. M.fl9fl.i3 
Ludovic. Op^ra-comique. Musique de F. Harold et F. 

Hal^vy . lC.flfl6.7 ; etc 

Le luthier de Vienne. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. de 

St Georges et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de Hipp. 

Monpou. lC.fl83.xo 

La magicienne. Grand op^ra. Musique de F. Hal^vy. 

ic.365.fl8 
Maitre Claude. Opera comique. Paroles de MM. de St 

Georges et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de Jules Cohen. 

lc.363.flo 
Margot. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. de Saint- 
Georges et A. de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de L 

Clapisson. lC.363.x8 

La marquise. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. de St 

Georges et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de Adolphe 

Adam. IC400.34; etc. 

Les mousquetaires de la reine. Op6ra comique. Paroles 

de Mr de St Georges. Musique de F. HaUvy. ic.366.3 
Le nabab. Op^ra comique. Poeme de MM. E. Scribe et 

de S^ Georges. Musique de F. HaUvy. 1c.365.30 

Naida. Opera semiseria. Musica di F. De-Flotow. ic.364.3x 
No^. Grand op^ra. Musique de Hal^vy et Georges Bizet. 

lC.fl65.fl3 
Uombre. Op^ra-comique. Musique de F. de Flotow. 

ic.364.fl9 
La pagode. Op^ra comique. Musique de B. C. Fauconier. 

lCfl56.x 
Pierre de M^dicis. Grand op^ra. Po^me de MM. de St 

Georges et E. Pacini. Musique du Prince J. Poniatowski. 

IC369.8 
Pierre et Catherine. Op^ra. Mis en musique par Adolphe 

Adam. lC.fl5x.6 

Le planteur. Op6ra comique. Paroles de H. de St Georges. 

Musique de Ilippoljrte Monpou. ic.flfl5.flfl; etc 

La reine d'un jour. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. £. 

Scribe et de St Georges. Musique de Adolphe Adam. 

ic.flfl3.fl0; etc 
La reine de Chypre. Opera. Musique de F. Halevy. 

iC40x.x9;etc 
La rose de Florence. Op^ra. [Musique] par Em. Biletta. 

ic.fl7x.x3 
La sentinelle perdue. Opera comique. Mis en musique 

par V. Rifaut. ic.fl64.x3 



Saint Georges, Jules Henri Verinoy de. (ConHnued,) 

La S^rafina, ou Toccasion fait le larron. Opera. Paroles 
de MM. de St Georges et Dupin. Musique d' Alfred de St 
Julien. No. x in ic.3fl343 

Le sylphe. Op^ra comique. Musique de L Clapisson. 

ic.40fla.9;etc 

La symphonic. Op6ra comique. Mis en musique par Louis 
Clapisson. IC.40X.5 

Die Tauschung (L'illusion). Oper [von J. H .V. de Saint- 
Georges, u. C. M6nissier]. Musik von F. Harold. lC.fl3fl.x7 

Das Thai von Andorra. See his Le val d'Andorre. 

Thomas Riquiqui, oder die politische Heirath. Komische 
Oper nach dem Franzosischen der H. H. St Georges u. 
de Leuven [Pseud.]. In Musik gesetzt von Heinrich 
Esser. ic.36fl.30 

Le val d'Andorre. Op6ra comique. Musique de F. Hal6vy. 

lC.365.fl5; etc 

Zanetta. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et St Georges. 
Musique de D. F. £. Auber. lC.flfl3.5;etc 

Zilda (conte des Mille et une nuits). Op6ra comique. 
Paroles de MM. de St Georges & Chivot. Musique de F. 
de Flotow. ic.364.30 

St Germaine, C. 

The growth and cultivation of the voice in singing. 2d 

edition. London. Cramer & Co. [1877.] No. 4in IC.XX6.5 

St. Hana Kveld. For orchestra, Holtbk. No. 3 in ic.405.xx 

Saint Hilaire, Amable Villain de. 

Cosimo. Op^ra bouffon. Paroles de MM. St Hilaire et 

Paul Duport. Musique de Eug. Provost. lC.354.3fl 

Le diadest^, ou la gageure arabe. Op^ra comique. Paroles 

de MM. de St Hilaire et L^on [pseud.]. Musique de Jules 

Godefroid. ic.fl8fl.7 

Micheline ou I'heure de Tesprit. Op^ra comique de MM. St 

Hilaire & Masson. Mis en musique par Ad. Adam. 

lCu|oo.35 
Saint Hubert, La. Part song. Laurent db Rill^ 

No. 21 in lCx3a7 
St Jamea'a Hall, London. 
Book of words of Mad<nc Viard Louis' last concert, 26. 
June, 1878. London. [1878.] No. 10 in lc.xx6.xo 

Madame Trebelli's grand concert, June 27, 1878. [Pro- 
gramme.] London. [1878.] No. 11 inlC.xx6.xo 
St John. Cantata. For the Music see Parker, J. C. D. 
St John. Oratorio. For the Music see Gilbert, W. B. 
St John the Baptist Oratorio. For the Music see Macfarren, 

G. A.; also Taylor, W. 
St John's eve. Cantata. For the Music see Bennett, J. For 

the Libretto see Cowen. 
St John's eve. Part-song. Rhbinbergkr, J. G. No. 23 in lC.3g9.fla 

Saint Julien, Alfred de. 

La S6rafina, ou I'occaaion fait le larron. Op6ra en i acte. 

Paroles de MM. de St Georges et Dupin. Musique d' 

Alfred de St Julien. Partition piano et chant. Paris. 

Latte. [1851.] No. i in 11.32343 

Saint Jnlien I'Hospitalier. Opera. For the Music see Br- 

langer, C. For the Libritto see Lnguet 
Saint- Just, Godart d'Ancourt de. 
Le calife de Bagdad. Op^ra. Mise en musique par A. 
Boieldieu. ic.flfl4.3;etc. 

Gabrielle d'Estr^es, ou les amours d'Henri IV. Op^ra. 
Musique de M6hul. lC.fl73.30; etc 

La prisonni^re. Op^ra. [Paroles de Jouy, de Longchamps 
et Saint-Just.] Musique de Cherubint et Boieldieu. 

ic.fl85.x3 
Zoraime et Zulnar. Op6ra. [Musique] par Boieldieu. 

1C27X.32 

St Leger, H. J. 
Reminiscences of Balfe. London. Nimmo. [1870.] 

No. 4 in 1c.x28.3fl 
Saint Louis. Opera. For the Music see Solart For the 

Libretto see Boylesve. 
Saint-Lac, Jacques de. 
Strabtbn, E. van der. Jacques de Saint-Luc, luthiste athois 
du xvii« siicle. Paris. 1887. Portrait No. 2 in ic.i9fl.x 



15 



Saint Ludmila 



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



Saint-Saens 



Saint Ludmila. Oraiario. For the Music see DvoHUl For 

the LiBUCTTO see Frida. 
Saint-Marc, Jean Paul Andr6 de Razins, Marquis de. 
La f£te de Flore. Pastorale h^rolque. Par M. Trial. 

lf.a84.ao 
St MarceUn, Jean Victor. See Fontanea de Saint-MarceUin, 

Jean Victor. 
St. Martini, Battista. See Sammartini, Giovanni Battista. 
St. Mary Magdalen. Caniaia. For the Music see Stainer. 

For the Librstto see Simpaon, W. J. S. 
Saint-M6grin. Opera. For the Music see Hillemacher, P. J. 
W., and L Hillemaclier. For the Libbstto see Dubrenil. 
St Michaara chair. Glee. Clabkb-Wbitfbld. 

No. 76 in M.i57.6.a 
Saint Nicolaa. Opera. For the Music and Libretto see 

Mortarieo. 
St Patrick at Tara. Oratorio. For the Music see Glover, 

J. W. 
St PauL Oratorio. For the Music see Mendelaaohn-Bar- 

tholdy, J. L F. 
St Paul Symphony Orchestra. 
Descriptive programmes. 1906-07. Programme notes ar- 
ranged by Arthur Prescott Lothrop. [St. Paul. 1907-1 

M.37M5 

St Paul'a Cathedral, London. 

BuMFUS, J. S. The organists and composers of S. Paul's 

Cathedral. London. 1891. 11.2x6.3 

St Peter. Oratorio. For the Music see Benedict; also Paine, 

J. K. 
Saint-Piat, Charles de. 
Un manage en porcelaine. Op^rette. Paroles de Ch. de S^ 
Piat et Paul Renard. Musique de L6on Roques. 

No. 5 in M.300.3 
Le secret du sapeur. Saynite-bouffe. Paroles de Paul Re- 
nard et de Ch. de Saint-Piat. Musique de L^on Roques. 

No. 3 in ic.307.38 

Trombolino. Op^rette. Paroles de Paul Renard & Ch. de 

St Piat. Musique de Herv^ [pseud.]. No. 6 in ll.301.zo 

Saint-Pierrot Pantomime. Fragxbolul No. 2 in if .384.3 

St Polycarp. Oratorio. For the Music see Ouadey. The 

martyrdom of St. Polycarp. 
Saint Preat, Ren^ de. 
Fridolin. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Mariani, de S* Prest 
& Ren6 Gry. Musique de Adolphe Deslandres. 

No. 3 in 11.295.8 

Pat-chou-ly. Op^rette. Paroles de A. de Bausset et Ren6 

de S* Prest. Musique de Ben-Tayoux. No. 2 in II.2654 

La r^ponse du berger. Saynite bouffe. Paroles de Ren6 

Gry et Ren^ de St Prest. Musique de A. de Villebichot 

No. 5 in M.3a6.6 
Saint-Qnentin, G. de, pseud. See Hntchiaon, William Marshall. 
Saint-SaSns, Camille. See Saint-Sa&ia, Charles Camille. 
Saint-SaSna, Charles Camille. 
Africa. Fantaisie pour piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. 
Op. 89. Partition. Paris. Durand. [189-?] 

No. I in If .343.36 

Allegro appassionato pour violoncelle avec accompagne- 

ment de piano. Op. 43. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. 

Durand. [ 187SI No. 4 in M ^05.53 

L'ancetre. Drame lyrique en trois actes. Poeme de L. 

Aug^ de Lassus. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Partition 

pour chant et piano r^duite par Tauteur. Paris. Durand. 

1906. M.399-9^ 

[Andromaque.] Musique pour Andromaque, trag6die de 

Racine. Partition d'orchestre. Extraits. Paris. Durand. 

[189-?] if.406.27 

Antigone. Trag^die de Sophocle. Mise i la sc^ne fran^aise 

par Paul Meurice et Auguste Vacquerie. Musique de C. 

Saint-Saens. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Durand. 

[1893?] No. 3 in M. 38440 

Ascanio. Op^ra en 5 actes et 7 tableaux, d'apr^s le drame 

"Benvenuto Cellini" de Paul Meurice. Poime de Louis 

Gallet Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Partition chant et 

piano. Paris. Durand & Schoenewerk. [1890.] Plate. 

lf.3a1.24 



Saint-SaSna, Charles Camille. (Conthtned.) 

Ave Verum. Arranged by C. H. Morse. [Duet for soprano 

and alto.] Boston. Schmidt 1877. No. 5 in lf.z554S 

Ave Verum, pour 2 soprani et 2 contralti avec cor oblige. 

[Accomp. d'orgue.] Paris. Maeyens-Couvreur. [187-?] 

The fall score and separate horn part. No. 32 in If .201.35 

Les barbares. Trag^die lyrique en 3 actes et un prologue. 
Po^me de Victorien Sardou et P. B. GheusL Musique de 
C. Saint-Saens. Partition pour chant et piano r^duite 
par Georges Marty. Paris. Durand. 1901. Plates. 

lf.38z.37 

Same. Ouverture. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. Durand. 
[ 1901.] No. 2 in If .406.29 

Benediction nuptiale in F major. New York. Schirmer. 
1876. [Compositions for the organ.] No. 9 in If 414.31 

Calme des nuits. [Choeur i 4 voix, avec accomp. de piano, 
ad. lib.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [i88-7] 

No. 5 in If .321.25 

La coccinelle. [Chanson, T. Accomp. de piano.] Por- 
trait. Facsimile. {In Album du Gaulois. Vol. 2.) 

No. 18 in lf.39Z.28.2 

Coeli enarrant. Psaume XVIII. Soli, choeurs et orchestre. 
Partition, piano et chant. Paris. Durand,''Schoenewerk 
& cie. [1873.] No. 2 in lf.32z.20 

Concerto, ler, pour piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 
17. Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. 
[187-?] No. I in M. 343.34 

Same. Piano principal avec reduction de I'orchestre pour 
un 2e piano. No. 3 in lLaoa6 

Concerto, 2e, pour piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. Parti- 
tion. Op. 22. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] 

No. 2 in If .343.34 

Concerto, 3e, pour piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 29. 
Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] 

No. I in M. 343.35 

Concerto, 4e, pour piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 44. 
Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] 

No. 2 in M. 343.35 

Concerto, se, pour piano et orchestre. Op. 103. Partition. 
Paris. Durand. 1896. If405.52 

Concerto, 3e (en si mineur), pour violon, avec accomp. 
d'orchestre. Op. 61. Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoene- 
werk & cie. [187-?] No. 3 in M. 343.37 

Concerto pour violoncelle [et orchestre]. Op. 33. Parti- 
tion. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [188-?] 

No. I in If .343.37 

Concerto, 2e, pour violoncelle et orchestre. (Op. 119.) 
Partition. Paris. Durand. 1903. No. 4 in If 406.64 

Concertstuck fur Violine mit Begleitung des Orchesters. 
Op. 20. Partitur. Leipzig. Leuckart. [187-?] 

No. I in M. 343.33 

Le cygne. [Extrait du "Camaval des animaux". Orchestra 
par Paul Vidal.] Partition. Paris. Durand. [190-?] 

No. 8 in If .405.53 

Danse des pretresses de Dagon. See his Samson et Dalila. 

Danse macabre. Poeme symphonique. Op. 40. Partition. 
Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [1876?] 

N0.3 in M. 343.39 

D^janire. Musique pour la trag^die de Louis Gallet. Parti- 
tion chant et piano. Paris. Durand. 1898. 

No. I in If .193.Z0 

Le deluge. Die Sundfluth. Poeme biblique en 3 parties de 
Louis Gallet. Texte allemand de Mosenthal. Musique 
de Camille Saint-Saens. [Partition.] Paris. Durand, 
Schoenewerk & cie. [1876.] M. 341*30 

Same. Partition piano et chant. Paris. Durand, Schoene- 
werk & cie. [1876.] No. I in If .321.20 

Same. The deluge. Biblical cantata. Vocal score. [Poem 
by Louis Gallet.] New York. Schirmer. [1889.] 

No. 2 in If .38442 

Deux choeurs sur des poesies extraites de L'art d'etre grand- 
p^e de Victor Hugo. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. 
Durand. [1878.] 2 v. in i. No. i in If 406.64 

Contents. — Chanson de grand*pire: choeur k a voix de femincs. 
Chanson d'ancetre pour baryton solo et choeur dlioinines. 



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Saint-SaSns 



Saint-SaSnty Charles Camille. (CotUinued,) 

Same Partition chant et piano. Durand, Schoenewerk & 
cie. No. 3» 4 in ic.391.a5 

£l6vation or communion, in £ major. New York. Schirmer. 
1876. [Compositions for the organ.] No. 10 in IC4X4.3X 

£tienne MarceL Op^ra en 4 actes. Poeme de Louis 
Gallet Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Partition chant et 
piano. Paris. Durand» Schoenewerk & cie. [1879.] 
Plates. 1c.3ax.93 

Same. Airs de ballet. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. Du- 
rand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [1879?] No. 2 in ic.34a.3z 

Fantaisie pour orgue. Paris. Richault. [188-?] 

No. 8 in ic.4x4.3z 

Le feu celeste. Cantate pour soprano solo, choeurs, or- 
chestre, orgue et un r^citant. Po^sie de Armand Sil- 
vestre. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. (Op. 115.) Partition 
chant et piano. Paris. Durand. 1900. No. 3 in ic.406.75 

Feuillet d'album. Op. 81. Transcription pour octuor d' 
instruments i vent par P. Taffanel. Paris. Durand & 
Schoenewerk. \ 1887?] No. 6 in ic.405.53 

La fiancee du timbalier. Ballade de Victor Hugo. Musique 
de C. Saint-Saens. Op. 83. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. 
Durand. [ i88a] No. 2 in lC^o6.64 

Les fleurs et les arbres. [Chceur & voix, avec accomp. de 
piano, ad lib.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. 
[188-?] No. 2 in ic.3az.95 

Fr^d6gonde. Op6ra. Poime de Louis Gallet. Musique 
de Ernest Guiraud et Camille Saint-Saens. ic.303.8 

Gavotte en ut mineur pour piano. Op. 23. Partition d' 
orchestre. Paris. Durand & Schoenewerk. [1872.] 

No. I in IC.405.53 

Les guerriers. [Choeur, t. t. b. b.] Op. 84. Paris. Durand 
ft Schoenewerk. [1888?] No. 57 in ic.399.9z 

Harmonic et m^lodie. Paris. L^vy. 1885. lC.x97.x4 

Havanaise pour violon avec accompagnement d'orchestre. 
Op. 83. Partition. Paris. Durand ft Schoenewerk. 1888. 

No. 7 in ic.405.53 

H^l^ne. Potoe lyrique en un acte. Partition pour chant 
et piano. Paris. Durand. 1904. Plate. M.383.34 

Henry VIII. Op^ra en 4 actes. Poime de L^once 
D^troyat ft Armand Silvestre. Musique de Camille 
Saint-Saens. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Durand, 
Schoenewerk ft cie. [1883.] ic.39x.x8 

Hymne i Victor Hugo. Op. 69. Partition d'orchestre [avec 
choeur ad libitum]. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. 
[1885.] No. 3 in ic.349.3x 

Introduction et rondo capriccioso pour violon et orchestre. 
Op. 28. Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. 
[ 187-?] No. 2 in IC.343.37 

Javotte. Ballet en i acte et 3 tableaux de J. L. Croze. 
Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Partition pour piano seul. 
Paris. Durand. 1896. No. 2 in M. 193.10 

Same. Fantaisie pour orchestre sur Javotte. Partition. 
Paris. Durand. [190-?] lC^o6.98 

La jeunesse d'Hercule. Poeme symphonique. Op. 50. Par- 
tition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [1877?] 

No. 4 in ic.343.39 

La jota aragonese. Transcription [pour orchestre]. Op. 64. 
Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [1880?] 

No. 2 in ic.343.36 

Lola. Sc^ne dramatique k deux personnages par St^phan 
Bordise. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. (Op. 116.) (Par- 
tition chant et piano.] Parts. Durand. 1901. 

No. I in M.383.35 

La lyre et la harpe. Ode. Po^sie de Victor Hugo. English 
words of Sydney M. Samuel and James Donzel. Soli, 
choeur ft orchestre. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Parti- 
tion ch< et piano. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. 
1879. No. I in M.155.49 

Marche h^roique. Op. 34* Partition d'orchestre. Paris. 
Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [187-?] No. 2 in IC.343.38 

Les marins de Kermor. Choeur pour 4 voix d'hommes. Op. 
71, no. I. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [1882?] 

No. 58 in ic.399.9x 



Saint-Saena, Charles Camille. (Continued.) 

Melodies persanes. Poesies tiroes des Nuits persanes d' 
Armand Renaud. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. [Accomp. 
de piano.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [187-?] 

No. 4 in 1C.X 55.48 

Messe i quatre voix, soli et choeurs. Avec accomp. d' 
orchestre, grand orgue et orgue d'accomp. oblig^. R^ 
duction pour grand orgue et orgue d'accomp. ou pour 
orgue seul (ad lib.), par L^on Roques. Paris. Durand 
ft Schoenewerk. iC^ No. 2 in lC.x55.49 

Messe de requiem. Soli, choeurs et orchestre. Partition, 
chant et piano par Messager. Paris. Durand, Schoene- 
werk ft cie. [187--?] No. I in 1C.X55^8 

Morceau de concert pour violon avec accompagnement d* 
orchestre. Op. 62. Partition. Paris. Durand. [1880.] 

No. 5 in ic.405.53 

Musique d'^glise. [Accomp. d'orgue.] Paris. Maeyens- 
Couvreur. * [187-?] No. 28-30 in ic.90x.35 

Conitntt. — Ave Vcmm [■. a. t. b.]. — Veni, Creator [t. t. b. b.]. — • 
O Sftlatwit [en si btool, ■. a. bab.]. 

Les noces de Prom^th6e. Cantate pour solos, choeurs et 
orchestre. Paroles de M. Romain-Comut fils. Musique 
de C. Saint-Saens. Part<>n chant et piano. Paris. Maho. 
[1867?] No. 3 in M.X55.48 

La nuit. Soprano solo, choeur de femmes et orchestre. 
Po^sie de Georges Audigier. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. 
(Op. 114.) Partition pour chant et piano (avec flute 
solo). Paris. Durand. 1900. No. 4 in ic.38440 

Une nuit k Lisbonne. Barcarolle. Op. 63. Partition d' 
orchestre. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [188-?] 

No. 3 in lC.343.36 

O Salutaris [en la b^mol] pour s. a. bak. [Accomp. d'orgue.] 
Paris. Maeyens-Couvreur. [187-?] No. 31 in ic.90x.35 

Oratorio de Noel. Partition chant ft piano. Paris. Durand, 
Schoenewerk ft cie. [ 187-?] No. 3 in ic.39x.90 

Parysatis. Drame de Jane Dieulafoy. Musique de C. Saint- 
Saens. Partition pour chant et piano r^duite par Tauteur. 
Paris. Durand. 1902. M.38X.38 

Same. Airs de ballet de Parysatis. Partition d'orchestre. 
Paris. Durand. [1902.] No. i in IC406.99 

Phaeton. Poeme symphonique. Op. 39. Partition. Paris. 
Durand, Schoenewerk ft cie. [1873?] No. 2 in ic.343.39 

Phryn^. Op^ra-comique en 2 actes. Poime de L. Aug^ de 
Lassus. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Partition chant et 
piano. Paris. Durand. 1893. Plate. No. i in ic.39x.95 

La princesse jaune. Op^ra-comique en i^cte de Louis 
Gallet. Musique de Camille Saint-Saens. Partition pour 
chant et piano. Paris. Hartmann. [1872.] 

No. 2 in ic.39x.x9 

Same. Ouverture. Op: 30. Partition. Paris. Durand, 
Schoenewerk ft cie. [1872?] No. i in M.343.38 

[Prin temps qui commence. Aria de Dalila de I'op^ra 
Samson et Dalila. Partition. Paris. Durand ft Schoene- 
werk. 1877.] No. 3 in M^o6.64 

Proserpine. (D'apres Auguste Vacquerie.) Drame lyrique 
en 4 actes de Louis (lallet. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. 
Partition chant et piano. Paris. Durand ft Schoenewerk. 
[1887.] M.39X.99 

Quatuor pour 2 violons, alto et violoncelle. (Op. 112.) 
Partition. Paris. Durand. 1899. No. i in IC.405.54 

Quatuor en si b^mol pour piano, violon, alto et violoncelle. 
Op. 41. [Partition.] Paris. Durand ft Schoenewerk. 
[ 187-?] No. 5 in 1C.9I x.5.9 

Same. [Parties.] 3 v. No. 14 in ic.9xx.6.i, 3, 4 

Quintette pour piano, deux violons, alto et violoncelle. Op. 
14. [Partition.] Paris. Maho. [186-?] No.4in 1C.9XX.5.9 

Same. [Parties.] 4 v. No. 13 in lC.9xx.6.x-4 

Rapsodie bretonne, pour orchestre. Partition. Paris. 
Durand. [ 189-?] No. 4 in M.343.36 

Rhapsodic d'Auvergne pour piano. Op. 73. Partition d' 
orchestre. Paris. Durand ft Schoenewerk. [188-?] 

No. 2 in IC.405.54 

Romance pour cor (ou violoncelle) avec accompagnement 
d'orchestre. Op. 36. Partition. Paris. Durand. [1874.] 

No. 2 in IC405.53 



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Saint-SaSns, Charles Camille. (Continued,) 
Romance pour flute (ou violon) avec accompagnement d' 
orchestre. Op. 37. Partition d'orchestre. Paris. Durand. 
[ 1874.] No. 3 in 11^05.53 

Le rouet d'Omphale. Poeme symphonique. Op. 31. Par- 
tition. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [1872?] 

No. I in 11.343.39 
Saltarelle. Choeur [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 74 Paris. Durand, 
Schoenewerk & cie. [1885.] No. 59 in ic.39a.az 

Samson et Dalila. Op^ra en 3 actes de Ferdinand Lemaire, 
avec traduction allemande par Richard Pohl. Musique 
de Camille Saint-Saens. [Partition.] Paris. Durand & 
Schoenewerk. [1877.] Il.a36.15 

Same. Partition chant et piano. No. i in ll.3ax.z9 

Same. Danse des pretresses de Dagon, de Samson & Dalila. 
Partition d'orchestre. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. 
[187-.] No. I in ic.404.za 

Sarabande et Rigaudon. Op. 93* Rigaudon. Partition d' 
orchestre. Paris. Durand. [189-?] No. 3 in ic.405.54 
Seine d'Horace de Corneille. Mise en musique par C. Saint- 
Saens. [Partition, chant et piano.] Paris. Durand & 
cie. [ 187-?] No. 2 in ll.z55.48 

Same. [190-?] Plate. K«389*57 

Septuor pour trompette, 2 violons, alto, violoncelle, contra- 
basse et piano. Op. 65. En septuor. Paris. Durand, 
Schoenewerk & cie. [1884?] No. 4 in lC.343.3z 

Serenade d'hiver. Choeur a 4 voix d'homme. Paris. Pigiel. 
[1863.] No. 3 in 1C.Z554Z 

Same. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187--?] 

No. I in ic.39a.33 

Les soldats de Gid6on. [Double] choeur pour voix d' 

hommes. Op. 46. Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. 

[ 1878?] No. 8 in ic.39a.34 

Same. The soldiers of Gideon. [Double chorus, t. t. b. b.] 

Op. 46. [Boston.] Apollo Club. 1885. 

No. 12, 13 in ic.a03.30 

Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 75. [Partition et partie 

de violon.] Paris. Durand. [i8$H?] IC.434.47 

Sonate pour piano & violoncelle. Op. 32. [Partition.] 

Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] 

No. 9 in lC.3zo.z3 
Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 10 in ic.az0.z4 

Sonate, 2^ pour violoncelle et piano. (Op. 123.) [Parti- 
tion et partie de violoncelle.] Paris. Durand. 1905. 

4 IC4ZZ.Z0 

Suite alg^rienne. Impressions pittoresques d'un voyage en 

Alg^rie. Op. 60. [Partition d'orchestre.] Paris. Durand, 

Schoenewerk & cie. [1880.] ic.33z.30 

Suite fur Violoncello und Pianoforte. Op. 16. [Partitur 

und Stimme.] Paris. Leuckart. [187-?] No. 2 in lC404.5a 

Suite pour orchestre. Op. 49. Partition. Paris. Durand, 

Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] No. 3 in ic.343.38 

Symphonic, i^e, 4 grand orchestre. En partition. [Op. 2.] 

Paris. Richault & cie. [185-?] No. i in M.344.Z4 

Symphonic, 2^, en la mineur. Op. 55. Partition. Paris. 

Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-?] No. 4 >n M.343.38 

Symphonic, 3^ en ut mineur. Op. 78. Partition d'orchestre. 

Paris. Durand & Schoenewerk. [1887.] ic.34z.a9 

Tarentelle pour flute et clarinette, avec accomp. d'orchestre. 

Op. 6. En partition. Paris. Richault & cie. [185-?] 

No. 2 in lC.344.z4 

Le timbre d'argent. Drame lyrique en 4 actes de J. Barbier 

et M. Carr^. Musique de Camille Saint-Saens. Partition 

chant & piano. Paris. Choudens. [1877.] ic.33z.3z 

Les Titans. Choeur [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 71, no. 2. Paris. 

Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [1882?] No. 60 in ic.393.3z 

Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle. Op. 18. [Partition.] 

Paris. Maho. [1879?] No. i in M.3ZZ.3.5 

Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v. 

No. I7inic.azz.4.3,4 
Trio, ae (en mi mineur), pour piano, violon et violoncelle. 
Op. 92. [Partition et parties.] Paris. Durand. 1892. 

ic.404.65 

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Saint-SaSns, Charles Camille. (Continued,) 
Trio, piano, violon et violoncelle, d'apris le Septuor, Op. 65. 
[Partition.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [1885?] 

No. 2 in lC.aiz.3.5 
Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v. 

No. 18 in lC.azz4.3, 4 
Valse [dans I'op^ra £tienne Marcel]. Partition d'orchestre. 
Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [1879?] 

No. I in lC.34a.3z 

Saint-Sa&iB. Charles Camille, editor, 

Gluck. £cho et Narcisse. lL4oaa.z3 

NiEDERMEYER. Vie d'uu compositcur moderne [Louis 

Niedermeyer]. icaz5.i4 

Rameau, J. P. In convert endo. Motet. No. i in ic.38440 

Oeuvres completes. Tome 8, 9. lC4oaa.a5 

Quam dilecta. Motet. No. 2 in ic.38440 

Schumann, R. A. Chant du soir (Abendlied). 

No. 3 in ic.34a.36 
Saint-Saena, Charles Camille. Works about, 
Bellaigue, C. M. Camille Saint-Saens de I'lnstitut. Paris. 
1889. No. 3 in lC.z0a.3B 

C. Saint-Saens et son cinquantenaire artistique. Paris. 
Durand. [1896.] 2 portraits. No. 5 in ic.373.a3 

HipPEAU. Henry viii et I'op^ra fran^ais. £tude bot 
Camille Saint-Saens et sur un essai de style nouveau 
dans le drame lyrique. Paris. 1883. No. 3 in lC.z3a.z7 
Malherbe, C. Notice sur Ascanio, op6ra de Camille Saint- 
Saens. Paris. 1890. No. 4 in lC.zz6.6 
PocHHAMMER, A. Camillc Saint-Saens, Die Sundflut (Le 
deluge). Op. 45. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1895.] 

No. 49 in ic.az7.za,a 
Program ME analytique de [sa] y^^ symphonic en ut mineur. 
[Paris. 1887?] No. 5 in ic.zz6.6; No. 3 in ic.za3.a9 

Sakolowski, R. p. Camille Saint-Saens, Le rouet d'Om- 
phale. (Das Spinnrad der Omphale. Op. 31.) Erlautert. 
Leipzig. [1901.] No. 22 in lC.3Z7.za.7 

Saint Sylveatre, La. Opera. For the Music see Baain. For 

the Libretto see Duveyrier. 
Saint Uraula. Cantata. For the Music see Cowen. For the 

Libretto see Prancillon. 
Saint- Valentin, La. Opera. For the Music see Toulmouche. 

For the Libretto see Ordonneau. 
Saint Victor, Jacques Maximilien Benjamin Bins de. 
L'habit du Chevalier de Grammont. Op^ra. Mis en 
musique par Eler. lC.a63.a4 

H^ro et L^andre. Cantate. Musique de G. Bouteiller. 

No. I in ic.a8z.8 
Uthal. Op^ra, imit£ d'Ossian. Musique de M6hul. ic.a73.aa 
Saint- Yvea, , pseud. See D6add6, £douard. 

Saint Yvon, La. Opera. For the Music see Clamenta. For 

the Libretto see Lemonier. 
Sainte Agnia. Cantata, For the Music see GrandvaL For 

the Libretto see Gallet. 
Sainte alliance, La, des peuples. Song. Rouget de Lisle. 48 

chants frangais. M.aoa.44 

Sainte Catherine, La. Opera. For the Music see Barbier, F. 

£. For the Libretto see Lacombe. 
Sainte C6cile. Cantata. For the Music see Caapar, C. 
Sainte chapelle. La. For organ. LEFtauRE-WiLY. IC.384.34 

Sainte-Croix, Camille de. 
La Burgonde. Op6ra de £mile Bergerat & Camille Sainte- 
Croix. Musique de Paul Vidal. ic.394.6z 
Sainte-Croix, Caroline de. 
La chanson du printemps. Op^ra-comique en i acte. 
Paroles de F. Bouquet. Musique de Mme de Sainte- 
Croix. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Bathlot. [1875.] 

No. I in lC.3az.z7 
Madame de Rabucor. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles de 
Adolphe Jaime. Musique de Mme de Sainte-Croix. 
[Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Bathlot. [1874.] 

No. 2 in M.3az.z7 

Pygmalion. Op^rette bouffe en i acte. Paroles de £. 

Hugot. Musique de C. de Sainte-Croix. Partition piano 

& chant. Paris. Bathlot. [ 1875.] No. i in ic.3a4.7 



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8«iiite-Crois» Caroline de. (CoHimued.) 
Les rendez-vout galantt. Op^ra-comique en i acte. Paroles 

de Fernand Langl^ Muttque de Mme de Sainte-Croix. 

Partition piano et chant Paris. Batblot. [1873.] 

No. 3 in M.3ai.i7 
Sainte Preya. Opera, For the Music see Audran. For the 

LiBaxTTO see Boncheron. 
Sainte Qenavidve de Paris. Opera, For the Music see Blanc, 

C. 
Sainte Germaine. Oratorio. For the Music see Comire. 

Sainte Godeliye. Opera, For the Music see Tinel» Edgar. 

Godelieve. For the LiBasrro see Ram. 
Sainte iyresae. Song, Gounod. Vingt melodies. 4e recueil. 

No. 10 in M.157.364 
Sainte-Marie, fitienne, translaior. 
RoGKR, J. Lb Trait^ des effcts de la musique sur le corps 
humain. Paris. An XI (1803). M.916.X5 

Sainte Trinity La. Mass, Curto. No. 3inM.i9i4 

Saintes ffenunea, Les, an tombeau du Christ. Oratorio. For 
the Music see Concone. For the Librbtto see Vilain 
XIIIL 
Saintine, Joseph Xavicr Boniface. 
Le Due d'Olonnc. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et 
Saintine. Musique de D. F. £. Auber. M^a3.8;etc. 

L'ours et le pacha. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et 
Saintine. Musique de Francois Bazin. No. 2 in M.399.Z 
[Le proscrit, ou le tribunal invisible. Drame lyrique. 
Paroles de Carmouche et X. Saintine. Musique d' 
Adolphe Adam.] M.351.9 

Le timide. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. Scribe & 
Xavier [pseud.]. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. M.351.36 
Voyage autour de ma chambre. Op^ra comique. Paroles 
de Xavier [pseud.], Duvert et Lauzanne. Musique de 
Albert Grisar. No. 2 in ll.366.36 

Sainton-Dolby, Charlotte Helen. 
Florimel. A cantata for female voices. The poetry by J. 
A. Blaikie. The music by Charlotte Sainton-Dolby. Lon- 
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1885.] No. 2 in M.155.33 
The legend of St. Dorothea. A cantata. Words by J. C. 
H. Set to music by Charlotte H. Sainton-Dolby. Lon- 
don. Enoch. [1876.] No. 3 in M.154.43 
Sainta and angels. Funeral anthem. Wolf, E. W. 

No. 10 in M.a9o.a9.i 
Sab, Le. Opera. For the Music and Lnutcno see Olagnier, M. 
Saia-tu pourquoi, ma douce reine? Song, Blumentral. 

No. 24 in M.a44.i 

Saiaon musicale, La. Par une reunion d'^crivains speciaux. 

1866. 2e Edition. Paris. Faure. 1867. M.io8.37 

Saiaonsy Les. Ballet music. Glazunov. M40648 

Saiaona, Les. Opera, For the Music see Lully; also Maaa^S. 

For the LiBasTTO see Pic; also Barbier^ P. J. 
Saknaden* Song, KjiauLF. Singer och Visor. Band 2. 

M.15847 
Sakolowaki* Paul. See Sakolowaki» Richard Paul. 

SakolowaU, Richard Paul. 
Albert Becker, Selig aus Gnade. Oratorium. Erlautert. 

Leipzig. Seemann. [1902.] No. 6 in M.9i7.ia.9 

CamtUe Saint-Saens, Le rouet d'Omphale. (Das Spinnrad 

der Omphale. Op. 31.) Erlautert. Leipzig. Seemann. 

[1901.] No. 22 in M.9i7.ia.7 

Franz Liszt, Der xiii. Psalm fur Tenor-solo, Chor und 

Orchester. Erlautert. Leipzig. Seemann. [1901.] 

No. 3 in M.ai 7.12.9 
Franz Liszt, Zwei Episoden aus Lenau's Faust. Erlautert. 

Leipzig. Seemann. [1901.] No. 4 in M.2i7.ia.9 

Siegfried Wagner, Ouverture zur Oper „Herzog Wildfang." 

Nach Angaben des Komponisten erlautert. Leipzig. 

Seemann. [1901.] No. 21 in 11^17.12.10 

Tbcse Tolumet form No«. joS, «o9, 174, ao4, mo$, <o6, and 146 re* 
■peotiTelx of Der MmUcfllbrcr. 

Saknntala. Opera. For the Music see Scharwenka, L. P.; 

also Weingartner. For the Librktto see Wittkowaky; 

also Weingartner. 
Sakontala. Overture. Goldmakk. No. i in M.346.19 



Sala, George Augustus Henry. 
The two prima donnas, and The dumb door porter. Lon- 
don. Tinsley. 1862. lf.108.13 
Sala, Nicola. 
Qui tollis [s. solo. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (/» Latrobe. 
Selection of sacred music. Vol. 4, pp. 7-10.) 

No. 2 in 11.290.99.4 
Salaam, The. Song, Muvdblssohn-Baitboldy, J. L. F. Songs. 

No. 39 in 11.244.21 
Salamander. Song, Brahms. Funf Lieder. Op. 107. 

No. 5 in M. 38040.3 
Salamia. Cantata, For the Music see BmclL For the Li- 
bretto see Lingg. 
Salamia. Part-song, Gernshkim. No.3inlI.i30.7;etc. 

Salammb6. Opera, For the Music see Reyer. For the 
Librbtto see Dn Commun Dn Lode. 

Salatino, . 

Sancia di Castiglia. Tragedia lirica. Posta in musica da 

Gaetano Donizetti. lf.231.18 

Salbung David's, Die. Oratorio, For the Music see Deproaae. 

For the Librbtto see Keinast. 
Sale, John Bernard. 
The butterfly. Duet [t. b. Accomp. for pianoforte]. Lon- 
don. Lavenu. [182-?] No. 23 in M. 235.14 
Salellea, Georges, Comte de. 
Rebecca. Seine biblique pour orchestre, soli et choeurs. 
Poime et musique de G. de Salelles. Partition chant et 
piano. Paris. Durdilly & cie. [189-?] No. 3 in M. 213.4 
Salentin von Isenburg. Part-song, Rhbinberger, J. G. 

No. 14 in M. 392.2a 
Salice, II, e la tomba. Duet, Gordigiani. £chos de la Toscane. 
Vol. I. No. 38 in M. 244.13.1 

Salieri, Antonio. 

Angiolina, ossia il matrimonio per susurro. Opera buffa. 

Op. 136. [Riduzione per canto e pianoforte.] Vienna. 

[1800?] If.i5a38 

Armida. Eine tragische Oper von Carlo Coltellini und A. 

Salieri. [Klavierauszug] von C. F. Cramer. Leipzig. 

Breitkopf. 1783. If.i5a4i 

Axur Koenig von Ormus. Eine Oper, nach Schmieder's 

teutscher Bearbeitung und nach Salieri's Musick fiirs 

Clavier etngerichtet von C. G. Neefe. Bonn. Simrock. 

[I75H?] 11.150.40 

Les Danaldes. Trag^die lyrique en 5 actes. Paroles de Du 

Bailly du Rollet & du Baron de Tchudy. [Musique par] 

Salieri. Reconstitute et r^duite pour piano et chant par 

Gustave Lefevre. Paris. Michaelis. [1880. Chefs-d' 

oeuvre de Top^ra frangais.] lf.321.26 

[La fiera di Venezia. Opera di Boccherini. Musica di 

Salieri. Partitura.] Manuscript. [Vienna? I77-?1 3 ▼• 

11.340-9 
[Fragrant chaplets.] The favourite song of Fragrant chap- 
lets, [s. with pianoforte accomp.] The words by J. 
O'Keefe. [London.] Longman & Broderip. [i79-?] 

No. 36 in M. 38448 
[La grotta di Trifonio. Opera. Parole di G. B. Casti. 
Musica di Salieri. Partitura.] No title-page. [1785?] 

M.40046 
Jouissez du destin propice. R^cit et air [b. Accomp. de 
piano]. {In Biblioth^que musicale. S^rie 2, tome 2, pp. 
26-32.) No. 6 in M.i93.2i.a 

Das Kaestchen mit der Chiffer. (La cifra.) Komische 
Oper in zwei Aufzugen. Vollstandiger Clavier Auszug. 
Manuscript. [Vienna. 1789?] 3 v. If.i5a39 

Make a joyful noise Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Turlc and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2, 
pp. 39-43) No. 14 in II.111.4.2 

Palmira. [Oper.] Musik von Anton Salieri. Clavier Aus- 
zug von Carl Zulehner. Mainz. Schott. [i79-?] Il.i5a37 
Silenzio facciasi. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band i, 
p. 22.) No. 19 in ll.i29a.43.z 

Tarare. Trag^die lyrique en 5 actes et un prologue. Paroles 
de Beaumarchais. Reconstitute et reduite pour piano 
et chant par Gustave Lefivre. Paris. Michaelis. [188-? 
Chefs-d'oeuvre de I'op^ra frangais.] II.321.27 



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JuLLXEN, J. L. A. La cour et I'op^ra sous Louis xvi, Marie 
Antoinette et Sacchtni, Salieri, Favart et Gluck. Paris. 
1878. If.z97.39 

Nbumann, W. Anton Salieri. Eine Biographie. Cassel. 
1855. Portrait. No. 6 in M.ao5.aa 

Sallet, Friedrich von. 
Der Rhein und die Reben. [Fur Mannerchor mit Orchester- 
begleitung komponiert von Wilhelm Sturm.] 

No. 10 in M.aza.z7 
Sally Brown. Cantata, For the Music see Foz^ G. For the 

Ltbrbtto see Hood» T. 
Sally in our alley. Song. 

Bbethovbn. Werke. Serie 24. 11413.1.94 

Carey, H. No. 5 in 11.935.18.9 

Sally, or the boatswain's mate. Opera, For the Music see 

Williams, J. For the Libretto see Righton. 

Salm-Reifferscheid-Dyck, Constance Marie, Princesse. 

Sapho. Trag^die par la Citoyenne Pipelet [Princesse Salm- 

Reifferscheid-Dyck]. Mise en musique par le Citoyen 

Martini. If.973.z3 

Saloia. A. Song. Frondoni. No. 6 in if.39z.s7 

Saloman, Siegfried. 

Das Diamantkreuz. Komische Oper in 3 Aufztigen von Th. 

Overskou [in's Deutsch tibersetzt]. Musik von Siegfried 

Saloman. [Klavierauszug.] Hamburg. Schuberth & Co. 

[185-?] Portrait. M.974.13 

Die Rose der Karpathen. Grosse Oper in 5 Acten. [Text 

von Mtiller von Konigswinter.] Musik von Siegfried 

Saloman. VoUstandiger Clavier-Auszug. Berlin. Bote 

& Bock. [1868.] 2 V. lf.39z.30 

Salome. Opera. For the Music see Strauss, R. For the 

Libretto see Wilde. 
Salome. Song. Brahms. Vier Gesange. Op. 69, Heft 2. 

No. 5 in If .38o4a9 
Salome. Symphonic poem. Hadley. lf.4zz4 

Salom6, Theodore C^sar. 

Ave Maria, pour s. ou t. [Accomp. d'orgue.] Paris. Girod. 

( i8s-?] No. 5 in If .96azo.9 

Nuit en mer. Choeur i 4 voix d'hommes. (In Soirees 

orph^oniques. Pp. 120-125.) No. 17 in lf.z57.8 

Salom6, Theodore C^sar, editor. 

Lesueur. Ossian, ou les bardes. if.394.z6 

Salomon, . 

Mid^e et Jason. Trag^die en musique. [Partition.] Paris. 

Ribou. [1713.] II.190.4 

Salomon, Hector. 

L'aumonier du regiment. Op^ra-comique en i acte. Poeme 

de H. de St. Georges & Ad. de Leuven [pseud.] Musique 

de Hector Salomon. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. 

Michaelis. [1877.] No. i in ll.39z.99 

Bianca Capello. Op^ra en 5 actes. Poime de Jules Barbier. 

[Musique de] H. Salomon. Partition chant et piano. 

Paris. Leduc. 1886. lf.391.98 

Les drag^es de Suzette. Op^ra comique en i acte. Paroles 

de Jl«» Barbier & Jles Delahaye. Musique de Hector 

Salomon. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 

[1866.] No. 2 in M.391.99 

Salomon, Hector, editor. 

Dbstouches. Isse. 11.995.36 

Omphale. M.995.37 

Salomon, Johann Peter. 

Say not that minutes quickly move. Canzonet [s.or t. 

Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 2, 

pp. 84, 85.) No. 34 in M.935.18.9 

Salons, Les, de Vienne et de Berlin. History. Blaze, A. H. 

if.z98.97 
Salp^tre r^publicain, Le. Song, Cherubini. lf.380.z4 

Saltarelle. For orchestra. Vibuxtbmps. No. 3 in if .343.40 

Saltarelle. Part-song. Saint-Sa£ns. No. 59 in M.399.91 

Saltarelle. Song. David, F. C. 50 melodies. M.363.98 

Salter, Sumner. 
Heavenly Father, grant Thy blessing. Invocation [s. s. a. a. 
Boston]. Russell. 1885. No. 41 inM. 158. 19 



Salter, Sumner, editor. 
Pianist, The, and organist. A monthly musical magazine. 
Vol. 1-3. 1895-97. U.171^ 

Saltimbanco, II. Opera. For the Music see Pacini, G. For 

the Libretto see ChecchetellL 
Saltimbanques, Les. Opera. For the Music see Qaime. For 

the Libretto see Ordonneau. 
Salut i Cesar. Part-song. Bazin, F. E. J. No. 8 in lf.zs7.8 
Salut du matin. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 2. 

lf«397^^ 
Salut, fiddle amie. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. VoL 8. 

lf.3974J8 
Salut pour le Jour de I'Ascension. Anthems. Lambillotte. 

No. I in If .901.34 

Salut solennel. Anthems. Fauconier. No. 4 in m. 901.32 

Vervoitte. 11.90945 

Salutation ang^lique. Anthem. Bardin. No. 5 in lf.380.3 

L'£)piNE. Scenes et chansons. 11.15849; etc 

Salutation ang^lique. Song. 

Gounod. Vingt melodies. 4e recueil. No. 14 in lf.z57.364 
Saluti, I. Song. Gordigiani. £chos de la Toscane. Vol. 2. 

No. 18 in If .944.Z3.9 
Saluts pour le Mois de Marie. Anthems. Lambillotte. 

No. 2 in lf.90z.34 
Salvati, Tigrino. 
Talmatha. Drama sa^cula per musica. [Accomp. di piano.] 
London. Goodwin & Tabb. [188-^ lf.39z.34 

Salvation belongeth unto the Lord. Anthem. Webbe, S. 12 
anthems. No. 2 in If .934.7 

Salvation to our God. Hymn. Vittoria. No. 42 in lf.z57^ 
Salvator mundi. Anthem. Hayes, P. No. 4 in lf.99a5.i 

Palestrina. Werke. Band 5. If.8o4oa.66.5 

Salvator nuindi. Part-song. Hayes, P. No. 4 in if .990.5.Z 

Salvator Rosa. Opera. For the Music see Rastrelli; also 
Grange ; also Ghialanzoni. For the Libretto see Bur- 
meister, J. P. T.; also Duprato; also Gomes. 
Salvatore, Domenico. 
In Monte Oliveti. Responsorio. (In Latrobe. Selection 
of sacred music. Vol. 3, p. 176.) No. 31 in lf.99a99.3 

Recessit Pastor noster. Responsorio. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. Vol. 3, 
P* 128.) No. 23 in If .990.99.3 

Tenebrae. [Chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte.] (7fi Latrobe. 
Selection of sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 184-186.) 

No. 40 in 11.990.99.9 
Salvatorello. Opera. For the Music and Libretto see 

Soffredini. 
Salvatorem exspectamus. Anthem. Palestrina. Werke. Band 31. 

lf.8040a.66.3z 
Salvayre, Gervais Bernard. 
Air de danse vari^ pour instruments i cordes. Partition. 
Paris. Choudens. [186-?] No. 2 in M.343.33 

Le bravo. Opera en 4 actes. Paroles de M. E. Blavet. 
Musique de G. Salvayre. Partition, piano et chant. 
Paris. Lenioine. [1877.] lf.399.z 

La Dame de Monsoreau. Grand op^ra en 5 actes et 7 
tableaux, tire par A. Maquet du drame d' Alexandre 
Dumas et A. Maquet. Musique de G. Salvayre. Parti- 
tion piano et chant. Paris. Choudens. (1888.] lf.39z.3z 
Egniont. Drame lyrique en 4 actes. Paroles de Albert 
Wolff et Albert Millaud. Musique de G. Salvayre. Par- 
tition piano et chant. Paris. Grus. [1887.] ll.39z.39 
Richard iii. Grand op^ra en 4 actes de E. Blavet. Musique 
de G. Salvayre. Partition chant et piano. Paris. 
Choudens. [1883.] M. 391.33 
Stabat Mater, pour soli, choeurs et orchestre. Partition 
chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. [1876?] No. 3 in if .156.33 
Suite espagnole pour orchestre. Partition d'orchestre. 
[Paris. Choudens. 189-?] No. i in 11407.36 
Trio en sol mineur pour piano, violon et violoncelle. [Par- 
tition.] Paris. Choudens. [187-?] No. 3 in if .9 zz. 3.5 
Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v. 

No. 19 in lf.9zz4.34 
''Salve Eternum." Cantata. For the Music see Pierson. 
For the Libretto see Bulwer-Lytton. 



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Salve 



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Samson 



Salye festa dies. MoUt. Lassus. S&mmtliche Werke. Band 
II. MJ040a.67.11 

Salve, Libertas. Part-song, Sturm. No. 4 in M.ao3.93 

Salve Maria. Anthim. Mibcadantb. No. 3 in M.a6aia3 

Nava. No. 14 in M.901.35 

Salve Rcdemptor. Anihim. Albirti. No. 25 in M.ago.a9.5 

Danzi. No. 30 in M.a9o.a9.4 

Habsb, J. A P. No.4inM.a2a.47;etc. 

Haydn, F. J. No. 26 in M.a9o.a9.5 

Salve Regina. Anihim. ANZourrrL No. 8 in M.a6aia3 

Baini, L No. 10 in M.201.33.1 

Bbrnabei, G. E. No. 46 in M.Z58.33.4; etc. 

Brambacr. No. i in M.194.6 

Caldara. No. 14 in M.202.6.9 

Damcxb, B. No. 17 in M.414.30 

Danzi. M.i56.52;etc. 

DiABBLU. No. 23 in M.260.18 

EcKiRS. No. I in M.39a.8 

Ellbrton. No. 3 in M.360.2Z 

Gbrnshbim. No. 4 in M.39Z.39 

GiRAc. No. 26 in M.360.10.2 

GoRDiGiANi. Melodies sacr^es. No. 5 in M.a7042 

Hamma, B. No. ii in M.158.32 

Handel. Werke. Liefcrung 38. M.313.1.38 

Hauptmann, M. No. 3 in M.26aio.i 

Haydn, F. J. No. i inM.27047;etc 

Janssbn, N. A. No. 33 in M.360.19 

Jaspar. No. 7 in M.901.32 

Labat. 26 grands motets. M.ai3.a3 

Lassus. No. 8 in M.209.6.1 ; etc 

Lickl, C. G. No. 3 in M.a6ai04 

LoTTi. No. 48 in M.158.334 

Lyon. No. 6 in M.a6o.ia7 

Mandanici. No. 2 in M.201.35 

Mariani, a No. 4 in M.a7o.z7 

Neukomm, S. von. Recueil de 40 motets. No. i in M.Z58.37 
NovBLU), V. Collection of sacred music No. 10 in M.a7o.3.i 
Palbstrina. Werke. Band 6, 7> 3i* M.8o4oa.6^7,3i 

Pbckbt. No. 5 in M.a6o.io.7 

Pbroolbsi. No. 8 in M.22248 ; etc 

Perrbtti. No. 20 in M.360.ZO.1 

Reissigrr. No. 3 in M^aaa^o 

RocHLiTZ. No. 102 in M.ai3.9 

Schubert, P. P. No. 34 in M.aoi.35; «tc 

Short. No. 7 in M.aoi.36 

SoRiANa No. 47 in M.158.33.4 

VoGLER, G. J. No. 18 in M.a6o.io.6; etc 

Webbb, S. No. 71 in M.156.50; etc 

Wesley, S. M.a6a23.a 

WiLLCOX. No. 2 in M.26o.io.a 

Witt, F. No. 3 in M.aaa4i 

Salve Regina. Mass. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 24. 

M.8o4oa.66.a4 

Salve Sancta parens. Motet. Glover, J. W. Second mass. 

No. 2 in M.191.8 

Salvete flores martynim. Hymn, Palbstrina. Werke. Band 8. 

M.8o4oa.66.8 
Salvi, Matteo. 
Caterina Howard. Melodramma tragico in 4 atti di G. 
Giachetti. Posto in musica da M. SalvL [Accomp. di 
pianoforte.] Milano. Lucca. [184-?] M.iso^a 

Salvini, G. R. 
Cancioneiro musical portuguez. 40 melodias con acomp. de 
piano. Lisboa. Corazzi. 1884. M.ao6.z5 

Salvoa fac. Motet. Wubllnbr. 3 Motetten. No. 25 in M.158.31 
Salvoa fac nos. AtUhem, Haydn, J. M. No. 30 in M.aoa.6.3 
Salvos fac servos. Anthem. NovELLa No. 52 in M.26o.a4.i 

Salvum fac populum. Anthem. Schicht. No. 4 in M.a6o.34.2 
Salvum fac regem. Anthem. Loewe, J. C. G. No. 9 in M.a6o.a 
Salvum me fac. Anthem. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 31. 

M.8o4oa.66.3i 
Salvum me fac. Mass. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 11. 

M.8o4oa.66.iz 
Samara, Spiro. 
La Biondinetta. See his Storia d'amore. 



Samara, Spiro. (Continued.) 

Flora mirabilis. Leggenda in 3 atti di Ferdinando Fontana. 
Musica di Spiro Samara. Riduzione per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano. Sonzogno. [1886.] M.339.9 

Histoire d'amour. See his Storia d'amore. 

La martire. Novella scenica in tre atti di Luigi lUica. 
Musica di Spiro Samara. Riduzione per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano. Sonzogno. 1894. M.a45.i7 

Same. Natalia. (Die Martyrerin.) Scenische Novelle in 
drei Akten von L. Illica. Musik von S. Samara. Voll- 
standiger Klavier-Auszug mit deutschem und italie- 
nischem Text. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1895.] M.a45.z8 

Medgi. Opera in quattro atti e cinque quadri. Parole di 
Pietro Elzear [pseud.]. Musica di Spiro Samara. Tradu- 
zione italiana di F. Fontana. Riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte. Milano. Sonzogno. 1888. M«399*56 

Natalia. See his La martire. 

[Storia d'amore.] Histoire d'amour. Com^die lyrique de 
Paul Millie t. Musique de Spiro Samara. Traduction 
rhythmique italienne de A. Galli. Reduction pour chant 
et piano de Vittorio Norsa. Milan. Sonzogno. 1903. 

The text is in French and Italian. M.396.58 

Same. La Biondinetta. Histoire d'amour. Oper in drei 

AufzQgen von Paul Milliet. Deutsch von Ludwig Hart- 

niann. Englisch von John Bernhoff. Musik von Spiro 

Samara. Klavierauszug von Vittorio Norsa. Leipzig. 

Kahnt. 1904. M.378.13 

Samaritaine, La. Incidental music. PiERNi. No. 2 in M.193.7 

Samaaeuilh, Gustave Marie Victor Fernand. 

Sonate (en si mineur) pour violon et piano. [Partition et 

partie.] Paris. Durand. [1903.] 2 parts in i v. 

M4II.XX 

Samie, Auguste. 

Messe solennelle, i 4 voix d'hommes, avec accomp. d'orgue. 

Paris. Leduc. [187-.] No. 3 in M.isS^x 

Sammartiniy Giovanni Battista. 

Campana che suona. Glee [a. t. b.]. {In Bland. The 

Ladies' collection. Vol. i, p. 96.) No. 151 in M.935.x7*x 

Alio to be found in Warren's Collection of catches. 

Sammartifii, Giuseppe 
Sonata in A moll. Ftir Violine & Klavier. Nach der Ori- 
ginal-Ausgabe bearbeitet von Alfred Moffat. Mainz. 
Schott. 1909. No. I in U^z^^A^A 

Sammlung musikalischer Vortraege. 
Deiters, H. Johannes Brahms. [Leipzig. 188 1.] 

No. 5 in M.ax54 

KoESTLiN, H. a. Josefine Lang. (Lebensskizze.) Leipzig. 

1818. M.10543; etc 

Krbtzschmar, a. F. H. Peter Cornelius. [Leipzig. 1881.] 

No. 4 in M.ai54 
NiGGU, A. Gertrud Elisabeth Mara. Eine deutsche 
Kunstlerin des 18. Jahrhunderts. [Leipzig. 1881.] 

No. 8 in M.915^ 

Nicolo Paganini. Leipzig. 1882. No. 2 in M.i35.xi 

ScHLETTBRER, H. M. Luigi Bocchcrini. Leipzig. 1882. 

No. 3 in M.9X5^ 

Weber, J. Die musikalische Sage und der Volksunterricht 

in Frankreich. Deutsch von L. Ramann. Leipzig. 1884. 

No. 9 in M.ax54 
Sammtrock, Der. Operci. For the Music see Gyroweta. 
SamorL Opera. For the Music see Vogler, G. J. 
Samaon, Joseph Isidore. 
L'art th^atrale. [Poime.] Nouvelle Edition prec^d^e d'une 
lettre d'£mile Augter, et d'une preface de M. Coquelin 
ain^. Paris. Dentu. 1889. M«9o8.io 

Samson, L. 
By the rivers of Babylon. Full anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 10, 
pp. 59-^0 No. 10 in M.i95.a.io 

Departure. A trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 4, pp. 112-116.) 

No. 14 in M.ao4.3&4 
The elf. A trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 4, pp. 1 17-122.) 

No. 15 in M.ao4.364 



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Samson 



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



Sandberger 



Sanuon, L. (CanHnned,) 

For the mountains shall depart Full anthem. [Accomp. 

for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. lo, 

pp. 6P-76.) No. II in M.Z95.9.ZO 

The spring. A trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 

Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 4, pp. 123-132.) 

No. 16 in M.204.364 
Sanuon. Oratorio. For the Music see Handel; also Rolle, 

J. H. Simson. For the Librbtto see Milton. 
Sanuon et Dalila. Opera. For the Music see Saint-SaSns. 

For the Libebtto see Lemaire. 
SamBonnet Opera, For the Music see Roger, V. For the 

Libretto see Perrier. 
Samuel, Adolphe. 

Pale ^toile du soir. [Choeur, t. t. b. b.] (In Eidgenoessischer 
Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei dem I2te . . . Sanger- 
feste. Pp. 51, 52.) N0.8inM.z3a7 

Alto to be found in Recncil det chfleun d'enscmble francs. 
Symphonic no. 6, en ri mineur. Partition. Bruxelles. 
Schott. [1884?] M.33Z.10 

Samuel, Adolphe. Works about. 
BoBDBi, P. Adolf Samuel, Christus. (Symphonisches 
Mysterium ftir Orchester, Chor und Orgel.) Erlautert. 
Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 4 in M.2i7.za.5 

Samuel, Sydney Montagu, translator. 

Saint-Saens. La lyre et la harpe. No. i in M.Z55.49 

San Carlo theatre, Naples. 

Almanacco de' reali teatri S. Carlo e Fondo, del annata 

teatrale 1834. Napoli. 1835. Portraits. M.io9b.45 

San Martino. Part song. Dodson. No. 49 in M.392.6 

San Toy, or, the Emperor's own. Opera. For the Music see 

Jones, S. For the Libbetto see Morton, £. 
Sana me, Domine. Anthem. Caloaba, A No. 17 in 11.260.24.9 
Sancho. Opera. For the Music see Jaqnes-Dalcroze. For 

the Libebtto see Yye-PlesBis. 
Sancho Pansa. Opera. For the Music see Danican. For the 

Libretto see Poinsinet. 
Sancia di Castiglia. Opera. For the Music see DoniBettL 

For the Libretto see Salatino. 
S^^ Johannitnacht, Die. Opera. For the Music see Preasel. 
Sanct PauluB war ein Medicus. Part song. Zelter. 

No. 82 in M.i29a.43.3 
Sancta et immaculata. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band i. M.8o4oa.67.x 

Palestrina. Werke. Band 2. M.8o4oa.66.a 

Sancta Maria. Anthem. Buehlir, F. No. 17 in M.260.10.5 

Certon. M.236.10 

Clari. No. I in M.233.a6.s 

DoLAN, W. No. 13 in M.260.10.5 

Haydn, F. J. No. 19 in M.290.29.4; etc. 

HiMMEL, F. H. No. 10 in M.a6o.a4.2 

Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 3, 5. lf.8o4oa.67.3,5 

Meyerbbeb, G. No. 69inM.i57.5.2;etc. 

MoNTU. No. 61 in M.Z29a.43.a 

Mozart. No. 5 in M.260.ZZ ; etc 

Naumann, J. G. No. 19 in M.26a20 

NovELLo, V. No. 23 in M.26a3; ^tc. 

Perez, D. No. 53 in M.26a24.z 

RiNCK, J. C H. No. i7inM.26o.zo.3 

RoLLE, J. H. No. 44 in M.a6o.2o 

Rossini. No. 26 in M.a44.2 

ScHNEiDEB, J. G. No. 10 in li.26az7.2 

ViTTORiA. Opera. Tomus i. M.3Z3.a.z 

Webbe, S. No. 58 in M.156.50 

WouTERS. No. 23 in M.201.36 

Sancte Deus. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 13. 

M.8o4oa.67.z3 

Sancte Paule apottole. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. Band 

I, 7. M.8o4oa.66.z,7 

Sancti et justL Anthem. Mozart. No. 4in M.a6o.zi 

Sancti met. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band i. 

M.8o4oa.67.z 
Sanctificavit Dominus. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. Band 3. 

ll.8o4oa.66.3 



Sanctorum meritis. Hymn. Palestrina. Werke. Band & 

Sanctorum meritis. Mass. Palbstbina. Werke. Band 16. 

Snactum et terribile. Anthem. Pergolesi. No. 3 in M.Z40.Z 
Sanctus. A une votx [a. ou b. Accomp. d'orgue]. Paris. 
(Heugel. 186-? Petite maitrise. Ann^e i. No. 19.] 

No. 31 in M.20Z.34 



Sanctua. Anthem. Aldbicb. 
Attwood. 
Bassani. 
Benevoll 
Blow, J. 
Carnaby. 
Cherubinl 
Cooke, B. Kyrie. 
Creyghton. 
Dregert. 
Fluegel, G. 
Gibbons, O. 

GOLDWIN. 

Haydn, J. M. 
Mozart. 

Naumann, J. G. 
Neukomm, S. 

NoVELLO, V. 

Osgood. 



No. 29 in M.a33.9 

No. I in M.236.Z6 

No. 19 in M.99a29.B 

No. 6 in M.aoaA2 

No. 7 in M.233.25.2 

No. 42 in 11.290.22.Z 

No. 3 in lC.aaa.a4; ^tc 

11.233.14.9 

No. 22 in ICZ57.28.Z 

No. 70 in 11.399.3 

No. 3 in lf.2z3.zo 

No. 32 in M .290.22.Z ; etc 

No. 42 in lf.zzz^.2 

No. 33 in 11.290.29.2 

No. 17 in 11.290.99.2 

No. 32 in li.99a994 

No. 29 in lf.99a994 

No. 22 in M. 100.4.2; etc 

No. 57 in Ii.392.z6; etc. 

No. 14 in lC.96ai3 

No. 30 in IC.990.33 

No. 45 in IC.Z57.Z 

lC.233.z4.i;etc. 

1C.3Z7.Z.Z9 

No. 15 in M.960.90 

No. 5 in 1I.Z57.98.Z 



Panseron. Collection de 40 morceaux. 

Pergolesi. 

Rossinl 

Russell, W. 

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 19. 

Seyfried. 

Tallis, T. 

Walmisley, T. a. Te Deum, Jubilate & Sanctus. 

No. 27 in ic.z9a8; etc 

Sanctua, sanctus. Canon. Okbnhbiii, J. 11436110 

Sancy, Paul de. 

La fille de Madame Angot. Op^ra comique. Paroles de 

Clairville [pseud.], Siraudin [pseud.] & Koning. Musique 

de Charles Lecocq. IC.366.26 

Le jardinier galant. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. de 

Leuven [pseud.] & Siraudin [pseud.]. Musique de F. 

Poise. No. 2 in ll.287.38 

La marquise des rues. Op^ra-comique de Siraudin [pseud.] 

et G. Hirsch. Musique de Herv^ [pseud.]. 

No. I in ic.276.34 

El Seiior Inigo. Folic espagnole. Op^rette-bouffe. Paroles 

de Paul Siraudin [pseud.]. Musique de Victor Robillard. 

No. 2 in IC.307.94 

Le veuf du Malabar. Op^ra comique de P. Siraudin 

[pseud.] et Adrien Robert [pseud.]. Musique de A. 

Doche. 11.259.37 

Le voyage de MM. Dunanan pire et fils. Op^ra bouffe. 

Paroles de Siraudin [pseud.] et Jules Moinaux. Musique 

de J. Offenbach. No. i in ic.267.33 

Sand, George, pseud. See Dudevant, Amantine Lucile Aurore 

Dupin. 

Sandberger, Adolf. 

Ludwig der Springer. Oper in drei Aufztigen. Dichtung 

und Musik von A. Sandberger. Op. 12. Clavierauszug 

von Percy Pitt und Wilhelm Ammermann. Munchen. 

Schmidt. [1896.] lf.38z.39 

Peter Cornelius' Cid. Munchen. Lukaschik. 1893. [Muen- 

chener Theater-Btbliothek.] No. 3 in M. 372.37 

Riccio. Symphonischer Prolog (angeregt durch Bjomsen's 

Drama „Maria von Schottland") fur grosses Orchester. 

Op. 16. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1900. 

No. I in lf.406.30 
Sandberger, Adolf, editor. 
Lassus. Kompositionen mit franzosischem Text. 

11J040a.67.z9; etc 
Madrigale. lf.8o4oa.67.9;etc 



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Sanders, Ralph Barton. 
The chemical maid. A musical comedy in two acts. Book 
and lyrics by George Henry Bryant. Music by Ralph 
Barton Sanders, Emerson Hurd Packard, Charles Francis 
Willis, Herbert Mygatt Wilcox, Harry Lawrence Moody, 
Louis John Killion, Charles Wolston Coffin. [Vocal 
score.] Boston. Tech Show. 1905. No. 2 in M.389.Z7 

Sanderson^ Sibyl. 
Smith, Fanny M. Berlioz and the Romantic school. Por- 
traits. (In The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 
167-170. New York. [1895.]) M.14.1.1 

ConUint an aooottnt of Sibyl Sandcnon. 

Sandmaennchen. S&ng. Biahms. Volks-Kinderlieder. 

No. 8 in M.38ou|a3 

Sandmann, Der. Seng, Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 13, 

Band 3. M.3X 6.1. 13.3; etc 

Taubert, C G. W. Klange aus der Kinderwelt. [Heft 8.] 

No. 27 in M.X9a.7 
Sandrf, Guttave. 
Serenade fur Streichorchester. Op. 24. Partitur. Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. [188-?] No. 3 in M.34a.30 

Sandr^ Gustave, editor. 
Chants populaires et nationaux de France. Harmonises 
[pour piano seul]. Paris. Choudens. [1894.] 

No. 8 in M.390.44 

Coniitds. — Vlre Henri iv! — L« Parisienne. — La Marseillaise. — 
T*eii souviens-ta? — Dans lea Gardea francaiaca. — Le cliant du d^art. 

— Va-t-«n Toir a'ila ▼ienncnt, Jean. — Chanaon de Clement Marot. — 
Que j*aime i vob lea hirondellM. — Tontaine, tonton. — Mimi Pinson. 

— Cl^mcnoe laaure. — Le rireU du peuple — Pour an patriote, 6 guil 

— Mourons poor la patriel — Je aula im bon aoldat. — Liron, lirette. 

— Le point du jour. — Le matelot de Bordeaux. — Fanfan la Tulipe. 

— Madame Vto. — La fille i ma tante. — Le d^art du conacrit. — 
Veillona au Mlut de rEmpire. — C* i<^I — Chanaon de bord. — Que 
ne suia-je la fouffire. — A la marine. — Chanson de Louia xiii. — 
Chanson normande . — Chant huguenot. — Quand on fut toujours Ter- 
tnciK. — Dcptda lofiBtempat j'aimata Adtie. — Le Rol Richard. — 
L'orage. ~* Le chant frmn^aii. — Malgr^ ta bataille. — Ma Fanchette 
eat charmante. — Le mooton perdu. — Quand tout renalt i I'eap^ance. 

— La marche dea rola. — La Romaneaca. — Marchea et aonneriea de 
TArmfe francaiae. 

Sanda, The, o' Dee. Port song, Golobick. No. 9 in >i*ao3.7 
Macfakrbn, G. a. No. 17 in Ii.1s8.x7; etc. 

Sanda, The, of Dee. Song. Balpb. No. 15 in iC.X9a.9.9 

Sandtner, Carl. See Santner^ Carl. 
Sandya, William. 
Christmas carols, ancient and modern. London. Beckley. 
1833. 12 PP* of music. M.i45.a4 

Christmastide: its history, festivities, and carols. London. 
Smith, [i860.] Illus. Plates. Il.x49.x5 

The history of the violin and other instruments played on 
with the how. By William Sandys and Simon Andrew 
Forster. London. Smith. 1864. Illus. Plate. 

No. I in lf.X44.a 
Sanelli, Gualtiero. 
II fornaretto. Dramma di Andrea Codeb6. Posto in musica 
dal maestro G. Sanelli. Riduzione per canto con accomp. 
di pianoforte di L. Truzzi. Milano. Ricordi. [187-?] 

M.X5044 

Luisa Strozzi. Dramma tragico di Pietro Martini. Posto 

in musica da G. Sanelli. Riduzione per canto con accomp. 

di pianoforte [di L. Truzzi]. Milano. Ricordi. [1851.] 

Ii.x5x.x 

La tradita. Melodramma di Andrea Codeb6. Posto in 

musica dal maestro G. Sanelli. Riduzione per canto con 

accomp. di pianoforte di Luigi Truzzi. Milano. Ricordi. 

[185-?] lC.x50.43 

Sanfften Tage, Die. Cantata. For the Music see Kuecken. 

For the Libretto see Uhland. 
Sang, Le, de la sirine. Cantata. For the Music see Toume- 

mire. For the Librbtto see Brennure. 
Sang an Aegir. Part song. Wiluaic ii., Emperor of Germany. 

No. 2 in lf.30a.a7 

Sang Ellens. Song. Taubert, C G. W. Sechs deutsche 

Lieder. Op. 6. No. 2 in ll.a3x.a6 

Sang p& vandet. Part song. Kjerulp. No. 6 in ll.39a.x3 

Sang und Klang aus alter Zeit. Collection of music. Tappert. 

114x540 



Sanga. Opera. For the Music see Lara. For the Libretto 

see Moraud. 
Sangea Friihling. Songs. Raff. No. 1-3 in ll.x9a.4 

Sangeahort Part songs. Grubbr, J., editor. No. i in lC.37a3o 

Sangfugl fra de dunkle Buske. Song. Kjbrulf. S&nger och 
Visor. Band a. M.X5847 

Sangfugl hvorhen saa snar? Song. Kjerulf. Singer och 
Visor. Band 2. 11.X5847 

Sangiorgi, Filippo. 
Diana di Chaverny. Dramma lirico in un prologo e 3 atti 
di Carlo D'Ormeville. Musica del Maestro Filippo 
Sangiorgi. Canto con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano. 
Lucca. [1875.] ll.3aa.3 

Giuseppe Balsamo. Opera in i prologo e 4 atti di Carlo 
D'Ormeville. Musica del Mo. Filippo Sangiorgi. [Per 
canto e piano.] Milano. Lucca. [1873.] If.374.x4 

Sankey, Ira David, compiler. 
Sacred songs and solos. Enlarged edition. London. Mor- 
gan & Scott. [187-?] No. I in lf.370.3x 

Sankt Stephan. Song. Grubbr, G. W. Gottfried August 
Btirgers Gedichte. Vol. 2. No. 17 in u .X3a9.a 

Sannoata esta la ninna. Song. Schumann, R. A. Werke. 
Serie 10, Band 2. If.3x6.x.xa3 

Sana Toffenaer non tu ne peux le croire. Aria. Sacchini. Le 
Sacchini des concerts. lf.734.9 

Sans peur, le verre en main. Song. Schubbbt, F. P. Melodies. 
Vol. 8. lf.3374J 

Sana toL Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 4. lf.33744 

Sanaara. Cantata. For the Music see Oeialer. 
"SanaaoucL" For strings. Claassen, A. No. 3 in M. 334.x 

Santa-Chiara. Opera. For the Music see Ernst Auguat Carl 
Johannea Leopold Alexander Bduard, Hersog von Sachsen- 
Coburg-Gotha. For the Libretto see Birch, C. 

Santa Lnda. Song. Cornu^u. No. 4 in if .39044 

Santi, Pietro. 

[Notturni, i 2 voci, s. a., e basso continuo.] Manuscript. 

[ 180-?] No. 1 1 in If •xao.99 

Santi, Raffaello. 
Alberti, C. E. R. Raphael und Mozart Eine Parallele. 

Vortrag zur Feier des 100 jahrigen Geburtstags Mozart's, 

am 28. Januar 1856. Stettin. 1856. No. 5 in if. ax 7.x x 

Santley, Sir Charles. 
Student and singer. Reminiscences. London. Arnold. 

1892. 2 portraits. lf.xo6.30 

Santner, Carl. 
Abendruhe. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Rutli. Pp. 70, 71.) 

No. 26 in lf.X474 
Auf der Alpe. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 

halle. Vol. i, pp. 77-80.) No. 28 in M.39343.X 

Aus der Tiefe. Gedicht fur vier Mannerstimmen. Leipzig. 

Forberg. [1864?] No. 2 in if .393.33 

Ihr deutschen Manner all'! [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 

Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 244-246.) No. 108 in if .304.39 
Mein schonster Kirchengang. [Mannerchor.] (In Das 

Rutli. Pp. 486-^.) No. 206 in M .X474 

Morgengebet. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 

halle. Vol. i, pp. 123-126.) No. 44 in lf.39a4a.x 

Alio to b« found in Eidgcnoctdtcher Saengerfctt. Wettgcsinge bd 

dem lite . . . Singctfeste. 

Same. Morning prayer [t. t. b. b.]. (In Chickering collec- 
tion. Vol. I, pp. 80-S4.) No. 36 in lf.39948.x 
Spring song. Fnihlings Wanderung [t. t. b. b.]. Phila- 
delphia. Boner & Co. [1886. Germania Glee Club col- 
lection.] No. 3 in lf.39a.33 
Unitis viribus. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 54f 55-) No. 18 in If .304.39 
Santo Altare. Madrigal. Palbstrima. Werke. Band 29. 

lf.8040a.66.a9 
Sapeur, Le, et la payse. Opera. For the Music see Vandeneaae. 

For the Libretto see Sonnoia. 
Saphir, Le. Opera. For the Music see David, F. C. For the 

Libretto see Ribbing. 
Sapho. Cantata. For the Music see Lacombe-Trouillon. 
For the Libretto see Lamartine. 



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Sapho. Opera. For the Music see Martini, J. P. £.; also 

Massenet. For the Libretto see Salm-Reifferscheid- 
Dyck; also Cain. 

Sapling oak, The. Song, Storage. No. 35 in M.a35.i8.3 

Sapphische Ode. Sang, Brahms. Funf Lieder. Op. 94. 

No. 12 in M.38ou|aa 
Sappho. Overture. Goldmark. No. i in M.358.a6 

Sara la baigneuse. Cantata, For the Music see BerlioE, L. H. 

For the Libretto see Hugo, V. M. 
Sarabandes. For orchestra, 

Gounod. Sarabande de Cinq-Mars. No. 6 in M.3za.x 

Sarah. Opera, For the Music see Grisar. For the Libretto 

see Duveyrier, A. H. J. 
Sarai contenta un di. Song, Handel. Werke. Lieferung 51. 

M.313.Z.5Z 
Sarasate, Pable de. See Sarasate y Navascaes, Pablo Martin 

Meliton de. 
Sarasate y Navascues, Pablo Martin Meliton de. 
Airs ^cossais pour violon avec accompagnement d'orchestre. 
Oeuvre 34. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 189a. 

No. 2 in Mu|o6.30 
Airs espagnols pour violon avec accompagnement d'or- 
chestre. Partition. Paris. Durand. [18&-?] No. 4 in M .405.47 
La chasse. Morceau caract^ristique pour violon avec ac- 
compagnement d'orchestre. Op. 44. Partition. Leipzig. 
Zimmermann. [1901.] No. 4 in M.405.55 

Danse espagnole, "Adios montaftas mias." Cil^bre zort- 
zico de Joaquin Larregla, pour violon avec accomp. de 
piano par Pablo de Sarasate. Op. 37. Londres. Schott 
& Co. 1895. No. 7 >n M.4za45 

Introduction et caprice Jota pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment d'orchestre. Op. 41. Partition. Leipzig. Zimmer- 
mann. 1899. No. I in M.405.55 
Introduction et tarentelle pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment d'orchestre. Op. 43. Partition. Leipzig. Zimmer- 
mann. 1899. No. 3 in M405.55 
Jota de San Fermin, pour violon avec accomp. d'orchestre. 
Op. 36. Partition. Berlin. Simrock. 1864. No. 3 in M.338.14 
Miramar-Zortzico pour violon avec accompagnement d' 
orchestre. Op. 42. Partition. Leipzig. Zimmermann. 
1899. No. 2 in M. 405.55 
Muineira. Th^me montagnard vari^ pour violon avec 
accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 32. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. 
[1885?] No. 2 in M.33S.ZI 
Navarra. Duo pour deux violons, avec accomp. d'orchestre. 
CEuvre 33. Partition d'orchestre. Berlin. Simrock. 1889. 

No. 2 in M404.ia 

•Nocturne-S^r^ade pour violon avec accompagnement [d' 

orchestre]. Op. 45. Partition. Leipzig. Zimmermann. 

[1901.] No. 5 in M.405.55 

Peteneras. Caprice espagnol pour violon, avec accomp. 

d'orchestre. Op. 35. Partition. Berlin. Simrock. 1894. 

No. 2 in M.338.14 
Spanische Tanze fiir Violine mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. 
Op. 26. Heft 4, No. 7, 8. Berlin. Simrock. 1882. 

No. 6 in M.410.45 

Viva Sevillal Danse espagnole pour violon avec accomp. 

d'orchestre. Op. 38. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1896. 

No. 4 in M.338.X4 

Zigeunerweisen, pour violon avec accomp. d'orchestre. Op. 

20. Partition. Leipzig. Senff. [1879?] No. i in M.335.11 

Sarastro. Opera, For the Music see Goepfart. For the 

Libretto see StommeL 
Saraxenen, Die. Symphonic poem, MacDowell. 

No. I in M.338.a4 
Sarbacane. Opera. For the Music see Chauu. For the 

Libretto see QueyrouL 
Sarcey, Francisque. 
Combttant, J. P. O. Les musiciens, les philosophes et les 
gaiet^s de la musique en chiffres. Response k M. Fran- 
cisque Sarcey. Paris. 1870. No. 2 in M.141.17 
Sardanapale. Opera, For the Music see Duvemoy; also 

Jonciires. For the Libretto see Berton; also Becque. 
Sardanapalo. Opera, For the Music see Litta, G. For the 
Libretto see RotondL 



Sardanapalns. Cantata, For the Music see LeonL For the 

Libretto see Akennan. 
Sardou, Victorien. 
Les barbares. Trag^die lyrique. Poime de Victorien 
Sardou et P. B. Gheusi. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. 

M481.37 
Bataille d'amour. Op^a comique de Victorien Sardou et 
Karl Daclin. Musique de Vaucorbeil. M.3a5.a9 

Le capitaine Henriot. Op^ra comique. Poeme de Victo- 
rien Sardou & G. Vaez. Musique de F. A. Gevaert. 

M.97a.3a 
La fille de Tabarin Com^die lyrique de MM. Victorien 
Sardou & Paul Ferrier. Musique de Gabriel Piern^. 

M.a8a.63 

Musique de scene pour Cl^opatre, drame de MM. Victorien 

Sardou et £mile Moreau. Compos^e par Xavier Leroux. 

No. 2 in M.z54^4 

Les noces de Fernande. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Sardou 

et de Najac. Musique de Louis Deff^s. M.a95.Z4 

Patrie. Grand opera de Victorien Sardou & Louis Gallet. 

Musique de E. Paladilhe. M.a77.37 

Piccolino. Opera-comique de Victorien Sardou et Charles 

Nuitter [pseud.]. Musique de £. Guiraud. M.a76.ii 

Les pris S^ Gervais. Op^ra-comique. Paroles de Victorien 

Sardou et Ph. Gille. Musique de Charles Lecocq. 

M.366La3 

Le Roi Carotte. Op^ra-bouffe-f^erie de Victorien Sardou. 

Musique de J. Offenbach. M.a77.i4 

Theodora. Drame musical de Victorien Sardou et Paul 

Ferrier. Musique de Xavier Leroux. M.378bX5 

Tosca. Melodramma di V. Sardou, L. Illica, G. Giacosa. 

Musica di G. Puccini. M.393.59 

Sarei tropf)o felice. Aria, Handel. Werke. Lieferung 51. 

M.313.1.51 
Sargines. Opera, For the Music see Dalajrrac For the 

Libretto see Boutet de Monvel. 
Sargino. Opera, For the Music see Paer. 
Sirka. Symphonic poem, Smetana. M.356.93 

Sarlin, Eugene. 
Colombine. Opera comique. Musique de Gustave Michiels. 

No. I in M.a57.30 
Samecki, Zygmunt. 
Konrad Wallenrod. Opera. Slowa Zygmunta Sarneckiego 
i Wladyslawa Noskowskiego. Mnzyka Wtadyslawa 
2elenskiego. M.381.70 

Saro, J. Heinrich. 
„Blau Aeugelein." [Mannerchor.] {In Claassen. Ludwig 
Liebe-Album. Pp. 38-41.) No. 11 in M.ao3.i6 

Saroni, Herrman S. 

Musical vade mecum: a manual of the science of music. 
New York. Mason & Law. 1852. M.10446 

Sarrazin, Gabriel, translator. 

Debussy. La damoiselle 61ue. No. 2 in Mu|o6.7 

Sarreau, Gaston. 

La louve. Drame lyrique en deux actes de J. Jacquin. 

Musique de G. Sarreau. [Partition piano et chant.] Paris. 

Joubert. [1901.] M.379.33 

Sarrepont, Major H. de. pseud., editor. 

Chants et chansons militaires de la France. Avec la musique 

des principaux airs. Paris. Librairie illustr^e. [1887.] 

Illus. Plates. M.i39a.3 

Sarrette, Bernard. 

Pierre, C. V. D. B. Sarrette et les origines du Conserva- 
toire national de musique et de declamation. Paris. 
[1895.] Portraits. M.ai5.X5 

Sarria, Errico. 
La campana dell' eremitaggio. Commedia lirica in tre atti 
di £. Cofino. Opera completa per canto e pianoforte. 
Milano. Ricordi & c. 1875. Portrait. M.383.36 

Sarti, Giuseppe. 
Amplius lava me [s. a. b. Accomp. for organ]. (In Ayrton. 
Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 165-167.) No. 61 in M.9go^a^ 
Also to be found in Latrobe's Selection of tacred mniic; Norcllo'* 
Motetts. 



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Sailiy Giuseppe. (ConHtimd,) 

[Demofoonte.] The favourite songs in the opera Demo- 
foonte. [By Sig^ Bertoni, Misliwecek, Sarti and Monza.] 

No. I in M.400.36 

Le gelosie villane. Musica del Sig*" Giuseppe Sarti. [Parole 

di Grandi. Partitura.] Manuscript. [1776.] 2 v. II.51.91 

Giulio Sahino. Dramma per musica [di Metastasio]. Con 

musica composta dal Sig^'c G. Sarti. [Partitura.] Vienna. 

[17S-?] Plate. ic.z5a.2 

Lungi dal caro bene. Cavatina [a. or bar. Accomp. for 

pianoforte]. (/» Musical library. Vol. 4, pp. 101-103.) 

No. 33 in M.a35.i8.4 
Lungi date ben mio. Cavatina a voce di soprano [e stro- 
menti al arco. Partitura]. Manuscript. [180-?] 

No. 9inM.1ao.a9 

Medonte. [Opera in due atti. Partitura.] Manuscript. 

[1753.] 2 V. M.sx.aa 

Miserere met, a quatro voci con Taccomp. di tre viole, 

violoncello e basso. [Partitura.] Manuscript. [182-?] 

M.aoa.8 
Same. [Chorus. Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Latrobe. 
Selection of sacred music. Vol. 4, pp. 113-117.) 

No. 22 in M.a9o.a9.4 
Les noces de Dorine» ou H^line et Francisque. Op^ra en 4 
actes. Musique par M. Sarti. Paroles de M*" XXX. [Par- 
tition.] Paris. Sieber. [1790?] M.a74.Z5 
O taste and see. Terzetto [s. s. b. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 
(In Gardiner. Sacred melodies. Vol. 3, pp. 389-391.) 

No. 22 in M.a36.30.3 

When the storms of life. Trio [s. a. b. Accomp. for organ]. 

(In Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2, 

pp. 92-^.) No. 26 in M.z 11.4.3 

Sartorelli, Alessandro, compiler. 

Sun to teorico-musicale con tavole. Venezia. Merlo. 1836. 

No. 4 in M.37a.44 

Sartortos, Thomas. 

Wolauff ir lieben Geste. [Madrigal.] (In Renner. Auswahl 

deutscher Madrigale. Pp. 13-19.) No. 4 in Ii.a04.40 

Saia, Marie Constance. 

Souvenirs d'une artiste. Paris. Librairie Moliire. 1902. 

Portraits. Facsimiles. lC.376.a4 

SatanieL Opera. For the Music see Perron. For the Li- 

BRBTTO see Goerlita. 
Satder, Heinrich. 
ABC. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches Lieder- 
buch. Pp. 207, 208.) No. 93 in M. 204.39 

Beim Ausmarsch zur Schlacht. [Mannerchor.] (Iti Tau- 
witz. Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 189, 190.) 

No. 87 in ll.a04.39 
Bergman nsleben. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 137, 138.) No. 66 in ll.a04.39 

Der Turner Fahnenlied. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. P. 93.) No. 42 in ll.a04.39 

Der Deutsche in Bohmen. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 37-39.) No. 9 in ll.a04.39 

Der deutschen Linken. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 80, 81.) No. 32 in ll.a04.39 

Die Fahne, Briiderl [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deut- 
sches Liederbuch. Pp. 52, 53.) No. 16 in ll.a04.39 
Feldjagerlied. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. loi, 102.) No. 47 in ll.a04.39 
Gebet der Turner. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 81, 82.) No. 33 in N.ao4.39 
Gebet fur das Reich. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deut- 
sches Liederbuch. Pp. 52, 53.) No. 16 in lf.a04.39 
Im Bohmerwald. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 121, 122.) No. 58 in ll.a04.39 

Another setting forms No. 89 in this collection. 
In Rubezahl's Revier. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 

Deutsches Liederbuch. P. 239.) No. 104 in if.a04.39 

Neue Schlosser. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 

Liederbuch. Pp. I74f I75-) No. 81 in lf.a04.39 

Neuosterreich. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 

Liederbuch. Pp. 42, 43.) No. 11 in M. 204.39 



Sattler, Heinrich. (Canimued.) 

Soldatenlied. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 187-189.) No. 86 in lf.a04.39 

£in Todtenlied. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. P. 261.) No. 1 14 in if •ao4.39 

Von dfchten Nebcin. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deut- 
sches Liederbuch. P. 238.) No. 103 in ll.a04.39 

Was wollen. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutschea 
Liederbuch. Pp. 206, 207.) No. 92 in if .204.39 

Wir Erzgebirger Kinder. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 212, 213.) No. 95 in ll.a04.39 

Zur Sangerfahrt. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 

Liederbuch. Pp. 94, 95.) No. 43 in ll.a04.39 

Saturday Musical Review, The. A record of music and the 

drama. Vol. i, no. 1-42. London. [Metzler & Co.] 1879. 

No more wms published. See also Choir, The. If.z65.6 

Saturday night at sea. Song. Dibdin, C. 174^1814, 

No. 9 in lf.38448; etc 
Satumales, Les. Opera. For the Music see Lacome d'Ettalemc 

For the Libretto see Valabrigue. 
Sauer, Emil. 
Concerto pour piano et orchestre (mi-mineur). Partition 
de piano [deux pianos]. Mayence. Schott. 1900. 

No. 2 in M .4za5a 
Sauer, F. 
Das ganze Herz dem Vaterlandl [Mannerchor.] (In Das 
Rtitli. Pp. 176-178.) No. 70 in lf.z47.4 

Saugeon, J. M. M. 
Lettres sur Tenseignement populaire de la musique, par J. 
M. M. Saugeon et Anatole * * *. Bordeaux. 1861. 
Supports the CherA method. No. I in ll.a07.34 

Saugler, Theodor. 
Der wandernde Musikant. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Riitli. 
Pp. 518, 519.) No. 218 in 11.1474 

Saul. Opera. For the Music see BuzzL For the Libretto 

see Giuliani 
Saul. Oratorio. For the Music see Handel; also Hiller. For 

the Libretto see HartmanxL 
SaoL Overture. Bazzini. No. i in lf.355.x 

Saul and David. Oratorio, For the Music see Assmayer. 

For the Libretto see Kuffner. 
Saul» Konig in Israel. Opera. For the Music see Seyfried. 

For the Libretto see Caigniea. 
Saul, Oder die Gewalt der Musik. Oratorio, For the Music 

see RoUe, J. H. For the Libretto see Patxke. 
Saul of Tarsus. Oratorio, For the Music and Libretto see 

Parry, J. 
Saunders, Gordon. See Saunders, Joseph Gordon. 

Saunders, Joseph Gordon. 
The Lord is in His holy temple. Anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 12, 
pp. 146-154.) No. 17 in ll.Z95.a.ia 

Saurer Wein. Part-song. Wbimzierl. No. 52 in ii.39a.a4 

Saaret, £mi]e. 
Concert fiir die Violine mit Begleitung des Orchesters. 
Op. 26. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1883?] 

No. I in ll.34a.34 

Rhapsodic su^doise pour le violon avec orchestre. Op. 59* 

Partition. Leipzig. Forberg. 1898. No. 3 in ll.406.30 

Sauaaine, Henri de. 

Le marchand de Venise. Com^die musicale en 4 actes d' 

apris Shakespeare. Paroles et musique de Henri de 

Saussine. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 

1907. lf.378.16 

Sauter, danser, faire les tours. Part-song, Lassus. Sammt- 

liche Werke. Band 12. ll.8040a.67.1a 

Saatereau, Edmond. 

Chants populaires en I'honneur de Jeanne d'Arc. Mise en 

musique par Alexandre Lemoine. No. 2 in lf.xxa.x6 

Sauvage, Agostino. 

Un bacio al diavolo. Opera in un atto e due quadri. 

Parole di Francesco Barbieri. Musica del Maestro A. 

Sauvage. Canto con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano. 

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Sauvage, H. 
Jacques Clement. Op^ra. Musique de A. Grisy. Paroles 
de L de Garat, H. Sauvage et A. Larsonneur. M.303.6 
Sauvage, Thomas. See Sauvage, Thomas Marie Francois. 
Sauvage, Thomas Marie Frangois. 
Ang^lique et M^dor. Op^ra bouffon. Paroles de Sauvage 
et ***. Musique de Ambroise Thomas. M.a84.z9 

Le caid. Op^ra bouffe. Musique de Amb. Thomas. 

M40049;etc. 
Le carnaval de Venise. Op^ra comique. Musique de Am- 
broise Thomas. Il.3a4.17 
Don Gregorio. Op^ra comique. Poime de T. Sauvage et 
de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique du Comte N. Gabrielli. 

M-364-34 

Ueau merveilleuse. Op^ra bouffe. Musique de Albert 

Grisar. No. i in U,2'j6^; etc. 

Gille & Gilotin. Op^ra-comique. Musique de Ambroise 

Thomas. No. i in M.3a4.z6 

Gille ravisseur. Op^ra-bouffe. Musique de Grisar. 

M.aa5.z ; etc 
L'habit de Mylord. Op^ra comique de T. Sauvage et de 
L^ris [pseud.]. Musique de Paul Lagarde. 

No. 2 in M.a96.Z9 
Lisette. Op^ra comique. Musique de Bug. Ortolan. 

IC.368.33 
Madelon. Op^ra comique. Musique de F. Bazin. M.36a.i7 
Marguerite d'Anjou. Op^ra. Musique de J. Meyerbeer. 

l1.aa5.ax ; etc 

Le P^re Gaillard. Opera comique. Musique de Henri 

Reber. 11401.30; etc 

Les Porcherons. Op^ra comique. Musique de Albert 

Grisar. 11.399.6 

La Tonelli. Op^ra comique. Musique de Ambroise Thomas. 

M.3a7.za 
Le toreador, ou I'accord parfait. Op^ra bouffon. Musique 
de Adolphe Adam. M .4oaa.z ; etc 

Volage et jaloux. Proverbe lyrique. Musique de J. Rosen- 
hain. No. i in li.307.40 

Das Wunderwasser. See his L'eau merveilleuse. 
Sauvage-Trudin, Louis. 
Les deux cousines. Op^ra-comique en i acte. Paroles de 
Ch«* Raymond. Musique de Ll* Sauvage-Trudin. Parti- 
tion chant et piano. Paris. Hi^ard. [1875.] No. 4 in 11.324.6 
Sauvageot, Louis. 
Considerations sur la construction des theatres, i propos 
de la reconstruction du Th^tre des arts i Rouen. Paris. 
Morel & cie. [1877.] Plates. Plans. No. 4 in li.zaa.38 
Sauvona la caisse. Optra, For the Music see Lecocq, A. C. 

For the Libretto see La Guette. 
Sauzay, Charles Eugene. 
L'^cole de Taccompagnement. Paris. Firmin Didot. 1869. 

Ii.zz34 
Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven. £tude sur le quatuor. Paris. 
1861. lLZ3a.za 

Le Sicilien, ou I'Amour peintre. Com^die-ballet de Moliire. 
Mise en musique par Eugene Sauzay. Pr^c^d^e d'un essai 
sur une representation du Sicilien au temps de Moliire. 
[Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Firmin-Didot & cie. 
1881. Illus. 11.333.4 

Le violon harmonique: ses ressources, son emploi dans les 
^coles anciennes et modernes. Paris. Firmin-Didot & 
cie. 1889. li.ao6.i6 

Savage, William. 
Poor Ralpho. [Catch for 4 voices.] (In Warren. Collec- 
tion of catches. Vol. i, p. 35.) No. 3a in li.aao.9.1 
Praise the Lord, O my soul. Anthem [s. s. Accomp. for 
organ]. (/» Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 44-49*) 

No. 9 >n li.a344.z 
Savard, Augustin. See Savard, Marie Gabriel August in. 
Savard, Felix. 
Hercule chez Omphale. Folic musicale. Musique de L^on 
Roques. No. 4 in 11.307.37 

La journ^e aux soufflets. Op^rette. Paroles de P^ricaud, 
Villemer & Savard. Musique de Lucien Collin. 

No. 3 in li.393.8 



Savard, Felix. (Continued^ 

Une marine sans mari. Op^rette. Paroles de Savard & 

Villemer. Musique de Lucien Collin. No. 4 in Ii.a85.a3 

M^moire sur la construction des instruments i cordes et i 

archet. Suivi du Rapport qui en a ^t€ fait aux deux 

Academies des sciences et des beaux-arts. Paris. Roret. 

[1819?] Plates. M.907.35 

Les oreilles d'ane. Op^rette. Paroles de Fernand Langl^ et 

Felix Savard. Musique de Armand Roux. No. 2 in li.3004 

Savard, Marie Gabriel Augustin. 

Principes de la musique. Paris. Durand. 1861. Ii.a06.z7 
Save, Lord, and hear us. Motet. FAuaa, J. B. No. ai in l1.aoz.33 
Haybs, W. No. 19 in li.z95.a.8; etc 

Save, Lord, or we perish. Anihim. WAaasN, G. W. 

No. 7 in li.z90.9 

Save me from the grave and wise. Song, Bbbthovsn. Werke. 

Serie 24. U^is-t^ 

Save me, O God. Antfum. Blow. No. 5 in 11.333.33.3 

BoYCE. Services and anthems. Vol. 3. M.333.3i3 

Bybd, W. No. 36 in 11.333.35.3; etc 

Hopkins, J. L. No. 13 in 11.Z95.3.Z4; etc. 

ViTTORiA. No. 29 in li.S33.35.3 

Save me, O Lord. Anthem, Lassus. No. 39 in ii.333.35.3 

Save, O save Thy people. Anthem, MAacBLLO, B. 

No. 28 in li.39aa9.3 
Save us, O God. Anthem. Webbs, S. Eight anthems. 

No. I in 11.334.7 

Savenau, Carl Maria, Freihgrr Kappel von. 

Nachtlich dehnen sich die Stunden. Mannerchor. Op. 11, 

No. 2. Prag. Schalek & Wetzler. [188-? Drei Ge- 

dichte. 2.] No. 4 in li.39a.33 

Symphonisches Concertstuck fur grosses Orchester. iff^ 

Werk. Partitur. Wien. Spina. [188-?] No. 4 in ll.343.30 

Savetier, Le, et le financier. Opera, For the Music see 

Geoffroy. 
Savile, Jeremy. 

Here's a health to all good lasses. Glee [a. t. b.]. (Jn The 
Apollo. Vol. 2, pp. 9i-i)3.) No. 4 in ll.Z39a.z8.a 

Also to be found in Bootey't Standard English ^t/t^x The Hsnnonist; 
Social harmony; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees. 

Same. Viva tutte le vezzose donne. Canzonetta a 3 voci. 
(In Apollonian harmony. Vol. i, pp. 30. 31.) 

No. 20 in 1I.335.Z7.Z 

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection; dementi's Collec- 
tion of catches; Sibbald's Collection of catches; Social harmony. 

Here's a health unto His Majesty. Glee [s. s. b.]. London. 
Novello. [18s-? The Musical times.] No. 48 in ll.z58.z9 

Also to be found in Musical times [Music] ; for s. a. t. a. in Warren's 
Cocks's Hand-book of glees. 

The waits. [Glee.] London. Novello. [185-? The 
Musical times.] No. 46 in M.Z58.Z9 

Also to be found in The Apollo; Hullah's Part music. Secular; 
Hullah's The Singer's library. Secular; Leslie's Casscll's Choral 
music; Musical library; Musical times [Music]; Oliphant's 'Madri- 
gals in parts; Warren's -Cocks's Hand-book of glees; Wcbbe» Jr.'s 
ConTtto armonioo. 

Saviour, again. Anthem, Millabd, H. No. 38 in Il.z58.z8 

Saviour, breathe. Anthem. Nicolai, C. O. £. No. 31 in M.Z90.6 

Saviour, source of ev'ry blessing. Anthem, Mozabt. Ave 

Verum. No. 36 in M.Z75.Z3 

Pattison, J. N. No. 37 in M.Z9a6 

Saviour, when in dust. Anthem, Moaais, J. W. Vocal quar- 
tets. No. 34 in M.Z90.5 

Saviour, who from sin hast freed me. Anthem. Mozabt. 

No. 3 in M.Z57.3 

Savoiaienne, La. Opera. For the Music see Dn Groariea. 
For the Libretto see Dufrenoia. 

Savoyard, The. Glee. Bishop, H. R. Complete collection 
of glees. Vol. 6. U.a33.z.6 

Savoyard, Der. Song. Taubebt, C. G. W. Vier heitere 
Gesange. Op. 116. No. 6 in M.Z9a.7 

Savoyard's return, The. Part-song. Hatton. No. 8 in M.a44.zaa 

Savoyard's song, The. Song. Mendelssohn- Babtboldy, J. L. 
F. Songs. No. 69 in ll.a44.az 

Savoyarde, Der. Opera. For the Music see Feith. For the 
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Saw ye not the pallid angel? Aniktm. Muvdblssohn-Bar- 
TBOLDY, J. L P. No. 7 in lC.157.a4 

Sawertalt Ladislaus. See Zmvrtalp Ladisiav. 
SiwitrL Opera, For the Music tee Zampe. For the Li- 
bretto see Sporckp P. J. J. P. 
Sawyer^ Frank E. 
BenedtcttiSt in C [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. Schmidt. 
[ 1894.] No. 3 in M.aQ3.99 

Entreaty. Four part song. Male voices. Boston. White- 
Smith Music Publishing Co. [1894.] No. i in M.ao3.99 
Sawyer, Frank Joseph. 
Orpheus. Dramatic cantata for four (or two) soloists, 
chorus and orchestra. Vocal score. Edinburgh. Methuen, 
Simpson & Co. [1893-] M.193.13 

Ponder my words. Anthem [a. t. t. b.]. (In Novello's Col- 
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Sawyer, H. P. 
A song of the Christ. Music by H. P. Sawyer. Words 
arranged by Mrs. H. A. Sawyer. [Choruses for a Sun- 
day school service.] Boston. Oliver Ditson Co. 1886. 

No. 2 in IC415.78 
Sas, Adolphe. 
CoiiETTANT, J. P. O. Htstoire d'un inventeur au i9e siicle. 
Adolphe Sax: ses ouvrages et ses lettres. Paris, i860. 
Portrait. M.i3a.iz 

Saxophone. Music. Saxophone and orchestra. 
Indy, p. M. V. d*. Choral vari^ pour saxophone (alto ou 
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Spobck, G. L^gende pour saxophone alto (ou cor anglais) 
et orchestre. No. i in IC4XO.94 

Say, dear, when will your frowning. Madrigal. Wbelkes. 
First set of madrigals. No. i in M.934.9X 

Say farewell, and go. Song. Linlxy, G. [Songs.] Vol. 2. 

No. 16 in M.935.i9.a 
Say, hast thou seen. Song. Hodson, W. Fourteen songs. 

No. 3 in M.2ai.32 
Say not to, friar. Glee. Pbbcy, J. No. 12 in 11.157.X8.3 

Say not that minutes quickly move. Song. Salomon, J. P. 

No. 34 in M.935.18.9 
Say, shall the heart Part-song. Winter, P. von. 

No. 3 in Il.a05.1a5 
Say, watchman, what of the night. Part-song. Sullivan, A 
S. Six sacred part-songs for mixed voices. 

No. 6 in lC.z54.19 
Say what flow'r. Glee, Bbrg, G. No. ii2inli.9ao.9.x 

Say, what is love? Glee. Cabteb, T. No. 127 in if.935.x7.5 

Say what you please. Catch. Tuknkr, W. 

No. 151 in lC.iiai.a;etc 
Say, where is He born? Anthem. Mbndblssohn-Bartholdy, 
J. L. F. No. 8 in 11.204.36.9 

Say where is Lucy. Part-song. Donizetti, G. No. 37 in 11.235.7.1 
Saylnga of Jesus. Sunday school service. Davies, W. H. The 
Sunday scholars' service of sacred song. No. 3 in 11.373^4 
Sayn-Wlttgenatein-Berleburg, Friedrich Ernst. 

[Antonius und Cleopatra. Grosse Oper in iv Akten. Musik 
von F. E. Wittgenstein. Text von S. H. Mosenthal. Par- 
titur. Graz. 1884.] Lithograph script. lf.400.47 

The title-pftfc It lackinf. Corrections hmre been made in maameript 

Same. Antonius und Kleopatra. Grosse Oper in 4 Akten 

und einem Nachspiele. Text von P. [sic] H. Mosenthal. 

Musik von F. E. Wittgenstein. [Klavierauszug.] Wien. 

Gutmann. (1884.] Il.326.a7 

Many parts of the opera hare been rewritten and inserted in lithograph 
script. 

Die Welfenbraut Grosse romantische Oper in 5 Acten. 

Musik von F. E. Wittgenstein. Text vom Componisten. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [1879?] M.aa6.a7 

Same. Clavier-Auszug. 11.336.18 

Says Damon to Chloe. Catch. Webbb, S. No. 144 in M.215.21 
Says my lord. Catch. Baildon. No. 162 in M .aso.9.1 ; etc 

Says Nan. Catch. Atteebury. No. 18 in M .a9a9.4 

Says Pontius in rage. Duet. Traveks. No. 118 in if.235.17.1; etc 
Says she, says he. Part-song. Moschbles, I. The Tyrolese 

melodies. Vol. i. No. 3 in ll.244.a4.i 



Says Sue to Prue. Catch. Wbllxslkt, G. C. 

No. 12 in M.157.X8.9; etc 

Sayve, Auguste de la Croix Chevri^e de, Comte. 

Duo pour piano et violoncelle [ou alto]. CEuvre 10. [Piano 

seul.] Paris. Zetter & cie. [183-?] No. 4 in lC.9ia6 

Same. [Partie d'alto.] No. 14 in II.210.10 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 12 in lI,aio.xa 

Saaio di tormentarmi. Part-song. Palbsteima. Werkc Band 

3a ll.8040a.66.30 

Sbarra, Francesco. 

II porno d'oro. Biihnenfestspiel. [Musik von M. A. Cesti.] 

Scaia tu dir I'Av^. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 12. lf.8040a.67.1a 

Scala, La, di seta. Opera. For the Music see RoaainL For 

the Libretto see Foppa* 
Scalchi, Luigi. 
II diavolo della notte. Melodramma semiserio. Posto in 
musics da Giovanni Bottesini. If.93a30 

Un giorno in quarantena. Opera comica. Musica di F. M. 
Albini. II.955.6 

Scalchi, Sofia. 
Jean and £douard de Reszke. [With a sketch of Sofia 
Scalchi.] Illus. Portraits. (In The music of the modern 
world. Vol. I, pp. 138-140. New York [1895.]) M«i4-i-x 
Scale. 

Biddlb, H. p. The musical scale. Boston. 1867. 11.104.x 
Delusse,. C. Lettre sur une nouvelle d^omination des sept 
degr^s successifs de la gamme, ou Ton propose de nou- 
veaux caractires propres i les noter. Paris. 1766. Folded 
plate. No. 3 in M.377.13 

Hogarth, G. Doctrines respecting the scale, (/n Musical 
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Meerbns, C M. a. La gamme musicale majeure & mineure. 
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WooLHOUSE, W. S. B. Essay on musical intervals, har- 
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Scales, The, of justice. Opera. For the Music see Caldicott. 

"A fishy case." 
Scalinger, G. M. 
Fortunio. Dramma lirico. Musica di Niccol6 van Wester- 
hout. M«399-67 

Scalvini, Antonio. 
II Guarany. Opera-ballo. Musica del Mo A. Carlos Gomes. 

lf.266.x8 
Scandale, Le, au theatre. Criticism. Poinsot. No. 2inlf.xx8.x3 
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Scapulis suia. Motet. Lassu.s. Sammtliche Werke. Band 3. 

lf.8o4oa.67.3 
Palestrina. Werke. Band 9. if Jo4oa.66.9 

Scaramouche. Pantomime. Messager. No. 2inlf.957.x9;ietc 
Scarlatti, Alessandro. 
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No. 15 in If 4x4.30 
Gloria Patri [s. s. a. t. b., mit Orgel-Begleitung]. (/» 
Rochlitz. Sammlung vorzuglicher Gesangstiicke. Band 2, 
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Here for repose I fly. Song [s. or t. Accomp for piano- 
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Kyrie eleison [in G, ftir s. a. t. b.]. (In Rochlitz. Samm- 
lung vorzuglicher Gesangstucke. Band 2, pp. 35-37.) 

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Scarlatti, Alessandro. (Continued.) 
Messa a 5 e 7 voci. [In C. Vocal score.] Manuscript. 
[177-?] No. 5 in lC.a50.19 

Same. Sanctus [s. s. a. t. a] und Agnus Dei [s. s. a. a. t. t. a]. 
(In Rochlitz. Sammlung vorztiglicher Gesangstiicke. 
Band 2, pp. 48-55.) No. 13 in M.aoa.6.a 

La rosaura. [Opera.] Musica deir Stgr Alessandro Scar- 
latti. Poesia del Sig. Giov. Battista Lucini. [Atto i, 2. 
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1885. Publikation slterer 
praktischer und theoretischer Musik-Werke vorzugs- 
weise des xv. und xvi. Jahrhunderts.] No. i in M.aa5.38 
Same. {In Oper, Die, von ihren ersten Anfangen bis zur 
Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts. Theil 2, pp. 107-222. Leipzig. 
1885.) lC.4oa6.3 

Solfeggio. Arranged for 4 voices. (In Hullah. Part music. 
Secular. Vol. i, pp. 53-59-) No. 17 in M.i57.a8.x 

Toccades pour le clavecin. Manuscript. [Paris. 180-?] 

M.36a9 
Vanum est [s. solo, s. a. T. b., con accomp. di violini, bassi ed 
organo]. (In Rochlitz. Sammlung vorztiglicher Gesang- 
stiicke. Band 2, pp. 44-47.) No. 12 in li.aoa.6.a 
Thirty sonatas for the harpsichord or piano-forte. Lon- 
don. Printed for Rt. Birchall. [i79-?] M.380.54 
Scarlet letter, The. Opera. For the Music see Damrosch, W. 

For the Libretto see Lathrop, G. P. 
Scendi propizia. Catch. Vbnto. No. 20 in M.a2aio 

Sc^e de ballet. For pianoforte. Blumenthal. No. 8 in M.190.10 
Seine de brigands. Part-song. Berlioz, L H. No. 20 in M.39Z.3a 
Seine de Faust. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 7. 

H.3a7.4.7 
Scene der Marfa. Song. Joachim. No. 3 in M.358.16 

Seine d'Horace de Corneille. Cantata. For the Music see 

Saint-Sa^Sns. For the Libretto see Corneille. 
Seine patriotique. Cantata. For the Music see Lesueur. 

For the Libretto see Dercy. 
Seine romantique. For violin and orchestra. Wagnbr-Loeber- 

schOtz. No. 3 in M.404.30 

Scene veneziane. For pianoforte and orchestra, Pirani. 

No. 4 in M404.3 
Scenen aus Goethe's Faust. Cantata. For the Music see 

Litolff. 
Seines alsaciennes. Suite. Massenet. No. 2 in M.343.18 

Seines arabes. For orchestra. Hartog. No. 2 in M.407.ZS 

Seines bretonnes. Suite. Ropartz, J. G. M. No. 2 in MU105.50 
Seines champetres. Suite. Vuidet. M.4xa3 

Seines de faerie. Suite. Massenet. No. i in M.343.18 

Seines de la cs&rda. For violin and orchestra. Hubay. 

No. 2 in M.403.71 
Scinea dramatiques. Suite. Massenet. No. i in M.343.Z9 

Seines icossaises. For orchestra. GtODARD, B. L. P. 

No. 3 in M.40345 
Seines fantaisistes. Suite. Broustet. No. 2 in MU103.15 

Scinea heroiques. Cantata. For the Music see Rates. For 

the Libretto see Rouvre. 
Scinea hongroises. Suite. Massenet. 
Seines italiennes. For orchestra. 
G^DARD, B. L P. S^r^nade florentine. 

Sicilienne. 

Tarentelle. 

Scinea napolitaines. Suite. Massenet. 

Scenes of woe. Glee. Beale, W. A collection of 13 glees. 

No. 5 in M. 158.30 
Scinea pittoresques. Suite. Massenet. No. 2 in M.343.17 

Scinea po^tiques. For orchestra. Godard, B. L. P. 

No. I in M.343.4Z 
Schaab, Robert. 
Fuhrer durch die Literatur des Mannergesanges. 3te 
vermehrte Auflage. Leipzig. Forberg. [1873.] 

No. 2 in M.Z45.6 

Liebestraum. Standchen [x. t. b. a]. (In Gartz. Thesaurus. 

Heft I, p. II.) No. 26 in M.203.7 

Nun nehme ich den Wanderstab. [Mannerchor.] (In 

Gartz. Thesaurus. Heft i, p. ii-i3-) No. 26 in M.ao3.7 

Standchen. Manner-Chor. [Leipzig? 188-?] 

No. 61 in M.39a.ai 



No. I in M. 343.x 7 

No. I in M.40S.X8 
No. 2 in M405.18 
No. 3 in M405.18 
No. 2 in M.343.Z6 



Schabab. Part-song. Cavallo. Sieben Landsknechtslieder. 

No. 12 in M.391.6 

Schabler, Julius. 

Preis-Quartett fur zwei Violinen, Viola und Violoncello. 

Partitur. Mannheim. Heckel. [185-?] No. i in M.405.80 

Schach dem Koenig! Opera. For the Music see BruelL For 

the Libretto see Hirachfeld, V. 

Schachner, Joseph Rudolf. 

Der Heini von Steier. Gedichtet von J. V. Scheffel. Tonge- 

malde fur Mannerchor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte 

componirt von J. R. Schachner. Op. 42. Wien. Schreiber. 

[ 186-?] No. 2 in M.9I1.X5 

Israel's return from Babylon. Sacred oratorio. In 4 parts. 

The words from Holy Scripture. The poetry from 

Moore's Sacred songs. [Pianoforte score.] London. 

Boosey. [1863.] U.a4333 

Schachtlied. Part-song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie i6l 

U.3X7.X.X6 
Schachtner, Andreas. 

Zaide. Oper von W. A. Mozart. M.3xo4x;etc. 

Schachtner, Andreas, translator. 
Mozart. Idomeneus, Konig von Greta. Oper. M.xiax3 

Schack, Benedict. 
A mass, for 4 voices. Composed by Benedetto Schak, with 
additions by Mozart. Arranged with a separate accomp. 
for the organ or pianoforte, by Vincent Novello. Lon- 
don. Novello. [1831.] No. 3 in M.a6a8.3 
Schaefer, Anny. 

Der Miinzenfranz. Volksoper. Musik von Hans Koessler. 

M.397^ 
Schaefer, Der. Part-song. Otto, F. Sechs Lieder. Op. 9. 

No. 40 in M.39a.x9 
Schaefer ini Mai. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Sechs Lieder. 
Op. 22. No. 5 in M.aax.a6 

Schaefer, Der, und der Reiter. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. 
Serie 20, Band 5. M.3X7.x.ao^;etc. 

Schaeferhttt, Der. Part-song. Ellmbnrxich. No. 9 in i1.39a.33 
Schaefeiin, Die, vom Lande. Part-song. Rhbinbergkr, J. G. 

No. 2 in M.a8o.37 
Schaeferlied. Song. Haydn, F. J. Gesaenge. Heft 2. 

No. 2 in M.3XI.35 
Schaefers Klagelied. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 
20, Band I. M.5X7.x.ao.x;etc. 

Schaefers Nachtlied. Song. Corneuus. Werke. Band i. 

M4X4.9ax 
Schaeff, H. 
Drei Lieder ftir vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 7. Schleu- 
singen. Glaser. [188-?] No. 5-7 in M.39a.a3 

ConUnis. — i. Unter*!!! Strohdach. a. Slraeh 31. 3. Aot den SitrAehca 
Salomonit. t 

Schaeffer, August. 

Der alte Fritz auf Sans-souci. [Mannerchor.] Op. 14, No. 8. 
Berlin. Schlesinger. [184-? Heitere Lieder. 2. Folge. 6.] 

No. 9 in M.39a.93 
Der Angelgalopp. [Mannerchor.] Op. 38, No. 5. Berlin. 
Schlesinger. [1845? Heitere und ernste Lieder. 5.] 

No. 12 in M.393.a3 
Come away, come away. Polka-serenade [t. t. b. b.]. (In 
The Orpheus. New series. Vol. i, pp. 17-20.) 

No. 4 in M.ao5.xax 
Das deutsche Kaiserlied [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 21, No. 4. Berlin. 
Schlesinger. [184-? Heitere Lieder. 3. Folge. 4.] 

No. 10 in M.39a.a3 

Drei Heldenlieder. Ftir den vierstimmigen Mannergesang. 

Op. 33. Berlin. Schlesinger. [184-?] No. 1 1 in M.39a.a3 

Coutgnts. — Der alte Dessauer. — Der alte Ziethen. — Der alte Derf- 

fling. 

Eisenbahn. [Mannerchor.] Op. 8, Heft 3. Berlin. Schle- 
singer. [1848? Heitere Lieder. 3.] No. 8 in M.39a.a3 

Das emporte Suschen. Lied fiir eine Sopran- oder Tenor- 
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No. I in M.936.8 

Der Landesvater. Variatio delectat. [Zwei Mannerchore.] 
Op. 50, No. 2. Berlin. Schlesinger. [1852? Heitere 
Lieder. 5. Folge. 2.] No. 13 in M.39a.a3 



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Schaeffer, August. (Contmued.) 
Das Lied von Minnecken. [Mannerchor.] Op. 64A. Leip- 
zig. Siegel. [1856? Drei humoristische Gesange. i.] 

No. 15 in Ii.39a.23 

The love-struck herring. [Part song, t. t. b. b.] Boston. 

Schmidt. [ 1890.] No. 62 in lC.39a.91 ; No. 19 in lC.a03.a0 

Der Rath von Pantoffelhein. [Mannerchor.] Op. 50, No. 4. 

Berlin. Schlesinger. [1855? Heitere Lieder. 5. Folge. 

4-] No. 14 in M.39a.a3 

Roschens Sehnsucht. [Lied, s. Mit Piano.] Berlin. Traut- 

wein. [ 185-?] No. 7 in 11.336.8 

Die Weinprobe. [Mannerchor.] (/n Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 

halle. Vol. 4, p. 81.) No. a9 in Il.39a.4a4 

Der Wirth zum Wassermann. [Mannerchor.] (/n Stutt- 

garter Liederkranz. Mannerchor- Album. Pp. 92-94.) 

No. 5 in M.ao3.aa 

Schaeffer, Heinrich. 

Der weise Salomo. [Mannerchor.] (/» Abt. Deutsche 

Sangerhalle. Vol. 2, pp. ioi~io6.) No. 32 in 11.392.43.3 

Schaeffer, Julius. 

The maiden's lament [t. t. b. b.]. (7n The Choralist. Vol. i, 

series 3.) No. 32 in 11.157.5.x 

Abo to be found In WlUard't Anon. 
Zwei Beurtheiler Robert Franz's. Ein Beitrag zur Beleuch- 
tung des Unwesens musikalischer Kritik in Zeitungen 
und Broschtiren. Breslau. Leuckart. 1863. 

No. 5 in 11.307.3 
Schaeffer, Leonhard. 
Sonntags-Morgen. [Mannerchor] Op. 8, No. i. Leipzig. 
Forberg. [1865? Drei Lieder. i.] No. 16 in 11.393.33 
Schaeffer, O. H. 
Um Pfingsten. [Mannerchor.] (/n Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 
halle. Vol. 2, pp. 38-41.) No. 12 in 11.39343.3 
Schaetzelein, es kranket mich. Srnig, Curschicann. Cursch- 
mann-Album. No. i in 11.157.37 
Schahabaham II. Opera. For the Music see Gmutier, J. F. £. 

For the Librbtto see Ribbing. 
Schak, Benedetto. See Schack, Benedict 
Schale, Die, der Vergessenheit. Song, Brahms. Vier Gesange. 
Op. 46. No. 9 in 11.380.40.Z 

Schalk, Der. Part-sang, Zobllnbr, H. No. 82 in 11.392.34 

Schalk, Der. Song, Fuknz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 3. 

No. 14 in 11.344.5.1 
TiBHSBN, O. Sechs Gedichte. No. 14 in 11.336.8 

Schunbach, Otfried, ediior. 
Liederhalle fur Deutschlands Jugend. Altenburg. Bonde. 
[1883.] 11.305.38 

Coatdas the sin of many tongB. 
Schaper, Gustav. 
Hurrah, Germania! Gedicht von Freiligrath. Fur Chor- 
gesang [s. s. a.] componiert von Gustav Schaper. Op. 31. 
Magdeburg. Heinrichshofen. 1895. No. 15 in ll.a03.30 
Musikalische Gedenkblatter fur Streich-Quartett in ein- 
facher Besetzung. Op. 12. Braunschweig. Litolff. [1870.] 

N0.4inil.357.x9 

CoNlMfj. — No. 1. Widmung. No. aa. Stillet Glflclc. No. ab. SQMes 
Eriimcrn. No. 3. Sdige Rnh? [tb Strekh-Qiiartett und] tb Strdch- 
Quliitett. 

Scharf, Moritz. 
Fantasie fur Orchester. Op. 40. Partitur. Leipzig. Reinecke. 
[189-?] Lithograph script. No. i in 11407.25 

Quartett (G dur) fur zwei Vtolinen, Viola und Violoncell. 
Op. 60. Partitur. Leipzig. Reinecke. [189-?] 

No. 4 in 11404.39 
Quintett fur Violine, Viola, Cello, Bass und Clavier. Op. 41. 
[Stimmen.] Leipzig. Brauns. 1892. 5 parts in i v. 

Scharfe, Gustav. 

Dem deutschen Mannersang. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber. 

Sangeshort. Heft 1, pp. 3-6.) No. i in 11.37a30 

Scharwache, Die. Part-song, Bobhmi, M. No. 36 in 11.392.3 

Scharwenka, Franz Xaver. 

Andante religioso for string orchestra, harp and organ. 

Op. 46A. Full score. London. Augener & Co. [188-?] 

No. 3 in ii.34a.33 



Scharwenka, Franz Xaver. (Continued,) 

Concert (B moll) fur das Pianoforte mit Begleitung des 
Orchesters. Op. 32. Orchester-Partitur. Bremen. Praeger 
& Meier. [187-?] Il.33z.a9 

Koncert, 2te8, fur Pianoforte und Orchester. Op. 56. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1881.] 

No. 2 in ll.34a.33 

Konzert (Nr. 3, in Cis moll) fur Klavier und Orchester. 
Op. 80. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1899. 

11404.13 

Mataswintha. Oper in 3 Aufztigen. Text nach F. Dahn's 
,.Ein Kampf um Rom" von Ernst Koppel. Musik von 
Xaver Scharwenka. Vollstandiger Klavierauszug. Leip- 
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1893. 11.333.6 

Symphonic in C moll fur Orchester. Op. 60. Partitur. 
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1884?] No. i in ll.343.33 
Scharwenka, Ludwig Philipp. 

Arkadische Suite fur Orchester. Op. 76. Partitur. Leip- 
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [188-?] No. 3 in II.343.33 

Draniatische Phantasie fur grosses Orchester. Op. 108. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1900. II.404.67 

Fest-Ouverturc fur Orchester. Op. 43. Partitur. Bremen. 
Praeger & Meier. [188-?] No. 2 in ll.342.32 

Frtih lings wogen. Symphonische Dichtung (As-dur) fur 
grosses Orchester. Op. 87. Partitur. Berlin. Simon. 
1891. No. 3 in il.333.z9 

Fiir die Jugend. Op. 71, Nr. i, 3 u. 4. Fur Streichinstru- 
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Breitkopf & Hartel. [1896.] No. 3 in 11404.12 

Liebesnacht. Fantasiesttick fiir Orchester. Op. 40. Par- 
titur. Bremen. Praeger & Meier. [188-?] No. 2 in 11.333.19 

Polnische Tanzweisen. Op. 38. Partitur. Bremen. Praeger 
& Meier. [188-?] No. 3 in 11.343.33 

Sakuntala. Dichtung von Carl Wittkowsky. Fur Soli, Chor 
und Orchester componirt von Philipp Scharwenka. Voll- 
standiger Klavier-Auszug. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [188-?] 

11.322.5 

Serenade fur Orchester. Op. 19. Partitur. Bremen. 

Praeger & Meier. [187-?] No. i in 11.333. 19 

2 polnische Volkstanze fiir Orchester. Op. 20. Partitur. 

Offenbach a/M. Andre. [187-?] No. i in II.342.33 

Scharwenka, Ludwig Philipp, editor. 

MoszKowsKi. Spanische Tanze. No. 5 in Il.343.z9 

Scharwenka, Philipp. See Scharwenka, Ludwig Philipp. 

Schatten, Die. Song. Schubkbt, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, 

Band i. li.3Z7.z.3az 

Schatz, Der. Opera. For the Music see Maurice, A. For the 

Libretto see Schwerderaky. 
Schatzgraeber, Die. Opera, For the Music see M6hul. For 

the LiBKBTTO see Hoffman, F. B. 
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Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 13, Band 2. ll«3z6.z.Z3.2;etc. 
Schatzgraebers Begehr. Song. Schubbbt, F. P. Werke, 
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Schau her, mein Lieb'. Part-song, Bbambach. Acht schottische 
und irische Volksmelodien. No. 42 in II.393.3 

Schan ich in Eure Augen. Part-song, Wunwubii. Deutsche 
M innelieder. No. 22 in 11.392.38 

Schau', lieber Gott, wie meine Feind'. Anthem. Bach, J. S. 
Werke. Jahrgang 32. Ii.8040.3z.33 

Schau mir in's Herz. Part-song. Vuxm. No. 19 in 11.392.30 
Schanb, M. 
Die Worte der Liebe. [Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 
6» PP- 51-53) No. 207 in Il.z29a43.6 

Schauet doch und sehet. Anthem, Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahr- 
gang 10. 11AH0.2Z.I0 
Schaumann, Franz. 
Die Abenteuer einer Neujahrsnacht. Komische Oper. 
Musik von Heuberger. 11.27640 
Schauseil, Wilhelm, edUor. 
MozABT. Lullaby. No. 11 in ll.203.20 
Reinthaleb. Glockenthtirmers Tochterlein. 

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Werke. Serie S> No. i6l 
Schauspiel-Ouverture. For orchestra, Hopmanm, H. C. J. 

No. 2 in M.410.34 

Schanss, Carl. 

Waldnif. Fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Wiesbaden. 

Schauss. [18^?] No. 16 in M.203.20 

Schebek, Edmund. 

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1877. No. 7 in M.I 16.10 

Zwei Briefe uber Johann Jacob Froberger. Bin biogra- 

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Scheerbauer^ , 

Missa quatttor paribus vocibus accommodata. N. p. N. d. 
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Scheffel, Joseph Victor von. 
Am Traunsee. Gedicht. Fur Bariton-Solo und Frauenchor 
mit Streichorchester componirt von Ferd. Thiertot. 

No. 6 in M.391.58 

Bergpsalm. No. i der »,Bergpsalmen." Componirt fiir 

Mannerchor, Bariton-Solo und Orchester von Karl Hoff- 

bauer. No. 7 in 11.312.7 

Ekkehard. Oper. Musik von J. J. Abert. II.255.1 

Gersprenz. Fiir Bass- oder Baryton-Solo, Mannerchor 

und Orchester komponirt von Adolf Wallnofer. 

No. 7 in lC.a12.18 

Der Heini von Steier. Tongemalde fur Mannerchor mit 

Beglettung des Pianoforte componirt von J. R. Schachner. 

No. 2 in M.212.15 
[Die Linde am Ettersberg.] Musik aufgeftihrt von Eduard 
Lassen. No. 3 in M.39141 

Die Maulbronner Fuge. Fiir eine Bariton-Stimme und 
Mannerchor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt 
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Normannenzug. Gedicht aus ,,Ekkehard." Fur Bariton- 
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La r^gine Avrillouse. (Die Maikonigin.) Altfranzosischer 
Fruhlingstanzreigen aus Scheffel's Frau Aventiure. Fiir 
dreistimmigen Frauenchor mit Begleitung des Orchesters 
von Arnold Krug. No. 5 >n ll.333.12 

Der Trompeter von Sackingen. Oper. Musik von Emil 
Kaiser. M.286.31 

Same. Aus Scheffel's Dichtung von R. Bunge. Musik von 
Nessler. M.267.33 

Der Willekumm, aus Scheffel's „Gaudeamusl" Von Adolf 
Jensen. Fiir Mannerchor und Orchester (oder Piano- 
forte) bearbeitet. No. 7 in ic.280.6 
Schefaky, Hans Heinrich. 

Lorle. Oper. Musik von Alban Forster. IC.393.18 

Scheheraxade. Suite. Riiiski-Korsakof. ic.337.2 

Schehlmann, Louis. 
The captive brook. [Part song, t. t. b. b. Boston.] Russell. 
1887. No. 63 in M.392.21; No. 17 in lC.392.23 

When I gaze into thine eyes. [Part song, t. t. b. b.] Bos- 
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Schehlmann, Louis, editor. 
Liszt. Thou art like unto a flower. No. 26 in M.203.15 
Schumann, R. A. Thou art to me a flower. 

No. 20 in M.203.20 

Scheibe, Johann Adolf. 

Ariadne auf Naxos [von H. von Gerstenberg], und Johann 

Elias Schlegels Prokris und Cephalus. In Musik gesetzt, 

fur das Clavier und eine oder zwo Singestimmen, nebst 

einem Sendschreiben tiber das Recitativ und die Dekla- 

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Altona. Hellmann. 1779. M.20342 

Scheibler, Johann Heinrich. 

Lbcomtb, J. L. M. M^moire explicatif de I'invention de 

Scheibler. Pour introduire une exactitude inconnue avant 

lui, dans I'accord des instruments de musique. Lille. 1856. 

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Scheidclied. Part-song. Gblbks. Zwei M&nnerchdre. Op. 6. 

No. 20 in M.392.9 



Scheidemann, David. 
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{In Eidgenoessischer Saengerverein. Mannerchore fur 
das lite . . . Sangerfest. P. i.) No. 2 in M. 130.7 

Scheiden. Duet. Cobnbuus. Werke. Band 2. yL^i^9aa 
ScheideiL Part-song. 
Hauser, M. H. Sechs Lieder. Op. 13. No. 37 in M.39a.xo 
Kern. Acht Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 58. 

No. 46 in M.392.ia 

MoBHRiNG. Funf Gesange. Op. 83. No. 14 in lC39a.x8 

Wilhblm, C. No.2i7inM.i47u| 

Scheiden ohne Leiden. Part-song. Schmidt, G. No. 2 in IC.39a.38 

Scheiden und Meiden. Duet. Corneous. Werke. Band 2. 

1c4x4.201.fl 
Scheiden und Meiden. Part-song. 
Erk. Volksklange. No. i in M.X3oil 

Franz, R. 6 Lieder fur gemischten Chor. Op. 49. 

No. 19 in M.x58.2fl 
Juengst. Zwei Lieder. No. 33 in M.392.X2 

Scheiden und Meiden. Song. Brahms. FCinf Gedichte. 

No. 5 in M.38040.X 

Scheidend. Song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. L. F. Werke. 

Serie 19. M4X3.3.X9 

Schein, Johann Hermann. 

Samtliche Werke. Herausgegeben von Arthur Prufer. 

Band i, 2. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1901-04. 2 v. 

Portraits. Facsimiles. IC414.X 

ConUntt, — f. VcBiit Krinxlelii. — Banchetto miuic«lc. s. Mnilea 

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tionen. 

Scheintod, Der. Part-song. Fink. Die deutsche Liedertafel. 

No. 87 in M.213.9 
Schelle, Carl Eduard. 

Die papstliche Sangerschule in Rom genannt die Sixtinische 

Capelle. Wien. Gotthard. 1872. 2 plates. No. i in M.X44.3 

Der Tannhauser in Paris und der dritte musikalische Krieg. 

Eine historische Parallele. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 

1 861. No. 3 in M.198.9 

Schelle, Eduard. See Schelle, Carl Eduard. 

Schelling, Ernest. 
Suite fantastique pour piano et orchestre. [Op. 7. Par- 
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ScheUing, Hermann, translator. 

Sophocles. Sophokles' Antigone. No. 16 in M. 145.25 

Schelm, Der, vom Bergen. Part-song. Rhbinbirgsr, J. G. 

No. 15 in M.39fl.22 
Schels, Anton. 

Das schonste Lied. Festgedicht. Musik von Josef Stritzko. 

No. 8 in M.212.17 
Schenk, Johann. 

Der Dorfbarbier. Komische Oper in 2 Akten von Johann 

Schenk. [Text von Joseph Weidemann.] Klavierauszug. 

Leipzig. Reclam. 1856. IC.340.13 

Schenkendorf, Gottlob Ferdinand Maximilian Gottfried von. 

Gesang der heiligen drei Konige. Gedicht. Fiir drei 

Mannerstimmen [t. b. b.] und Orchester componirt von 

Max Bruch. No. 3 in M.353.21 

Scherff, Ludwig. 

Die Rose von Bacharach. Romantische Oper in 3 Acten. 

[Text und Musik] von Ludwig Scherff. [Klavierauszug.] 

Hamburg. Niemeyer. [1871.] 10 parts in i v. 

No. I in M.391.21 
Same. Ouverttire. Partitur. Hamburg. Niemeyer. 1875. 

No. 4 in M.404.12 
Triumph-Marsch auf Deutschlands Erhebung, ftir grosses 
Orchester. Op. 10. Partitur. Hamburg. Niemeyer. 
[187-?] No. 4 in M.335.IX 

Scherillo, Michele. 
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al principio del secolo xix. Napoli. Tip. della Regia 
universita. 1883. M.214.X6 

Scherling, Chr., editor. 
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chor mit Instrumental- oder Pianoforte-Begleitung von 
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Schen, List und Rache. Opera. For the Music see Bnich. 

For the Libkxtto see Qoethe. 
Schertlied Pori-song. Dehn. No. 164 in 11.1298.43.5 

Scheno fantastique. For orchestra. SuK. lMxo.93 

Schenot. For orchestra, 

Delahayb, L L. Arlequin. No. i in M. 312.26 

DsAXSBKB. Scherzo (11. Satz einer Symphonie in G dur). 

No. I in M. 335.20 
DuKAs. L'apprenti sorcier. Scherzo d'apris une ballade 
de Goethe. 11410.20 

DvoftAx. Scherzo capriccioso. No. 3 in if.34442 

Fbischbn, J. £in rheinisches Scherzo. No. 3tn M.406.XX 
GoLDMAUC Scherzo. Op. 19. 

Scherzo. Opus 45* 

HoFMANN, H. C J. IrrlichterundKobolde. No. 2 in if.33x.x7 

JuNGMANN. Im Elf enhain. No. 2 in lf.342.9 

KoBHLn, B. Scherzo. No. 3 in M.403.85 

KopiLOV. Scherzo. No. 2 in M. 405.28 

Lalo. Scherzo. No. 3 in if.343.23 

Mendelssohn- Baktholdy, J. L F. Scherzo a capriccio fur 

Piano. Fur voUstandiges Orchester eingerichtet von 

Theodor Leschetizky. No. 4 in M.342.X8 

Naumann, O. Junker Obermut No. 2 in lf.4xo.50 

Nedbal. Scherzo-Caprice. No. 3 in M.405.34 

Raobckb, a. M. R. Zwei Scherzi. No. 3 in M.342.25 

Sue, J. Scherzo fantastique. lC4ia93 

Weimann. Scherzo. No. 4 in if .405.63 

Scherzos. For pianoforte, 

Chopin, F. F. Werke. Band 7, Abtheilung 2. lf.3x6.2.7.2 
Scherzos. For violin and orchestra. 
TcHAiKovsKi, p. I. Valse scherzo. Pour le violon avec 
accomp. d'orchestre. No. 4 in M. 334.24 

Schettler, Paul. 

Hertha. Oper von Paul Geisler. if.38x.x8 

Schiava, La. Opera, For the Music see Picciniii, N. 
SchiayOy Lo. Opera, For the Music see Oomea. For the 

LxBasTTO see ParaviduL 
Schtcht* Johann Gottfried. 
Ave Maria, [s. et t. solo, et choeur. Accomp. d' orgue.] 
(In Dietsch. Repertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 177- 
179.) No. 37 in lf.260.20 

Dignare Domine. Preghiera a 4 voci. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Novello. Evening service. Vol. i, pp. 154, 155.) 

lf.26a23.x 
Das Ende des Gerechten. Passions-Oratorium von Fried- 
rich Rochlitz. In Musik gesetzt auch im vollstandigen 
Klavierauszug gebracht von Johann Gottfried Schtcht. 
Leipzig. Hofmeister. [182-?] M. 222.14 

Et rege eos. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello. 
Motetts. Vol. 2, book 7, pp. 26-30.) No. 8 in 11.260.24.2 
Die Feyer der Christen auf Golgotha. Ein Oratorium, von 
C. C. H. Rost. In Musik gesetzt und als ein Auszug zum 
Singen beym Klaviere herausgegeben von Johann Gott- 
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Meine Lebenszeit verstreicht. Mottetto. [Vierstimmig.] 
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [182-?] 

No. I in lf.39x.58; No. 3 in M.236.X9 

[Motetten. Heft i-ii. Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & 

Hartel. [182-?] 11 parts in i v. M. 236.19 

C&ntgtHs, — 1. Nach einer Prflftut knner Tftg« [s. t. a. a. t. t. b. 
B.]. fl. Jettts, meine Znverticiit. 3. Meine Lebensxeit. 4. Ich will dich 
erh5hen. — Christel du L«mm Gotte*. 5. Gtobb itt der Herr. 6. 
Kommt herztt, Uttt una dem Herm frohlocken. — Die mit Thrinen 
Bien. — LasBt una mit etirfurchtaToUem Danken. — Der Winter. 7. 
Lobet den Herm la acinem Heiligthume [a. a. a. a. t. t. b. b.]. — 
Dm Gcbet Jean. 8. Janchset dem Herm alle Welt (a. a. a. a. t. t. 
B. B.]. 9. Lobgeaang auf Jeaua. — Ach, schwer und dunkel schwebt 
die ZeiL — Jeaua der Kinderfreund. — Auf, B ruder, laast am trauten 
Heerd. 10. Holde Hoffnung, Kind dea Himmcla. — Sehon raht Ton 
Nacht and Staub bededct. — Da Sie, ibr Name wird im Himmel nur 
genennet. — Steig empor in stiller Abendatunde. 11. Gott iat unare 
ZuTeraicht. — Auf Gott und nicht auf meinen Rath. 

Preis der Dichtkunst. Ein musikalisches Gedicht vom 
Domherrn von Nostitz. In Musik gesetzt von Johann 
Gottfried Schicht. [Klavierauszug.] Leipzig. Breitkopf. 
[1796.] No. I in lf.a21.x3 



Schicht, Johann Gottfried. (Contmued.) 

Salvum fac populum. s. solo. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Novello. Motetts. Vol. 2, book 7» pp. 13-15.) 

No. 4 in U. 260.24.2 

Sechs Gesange von Matthias Claudius, Matthisson und von 
Salts, fur 4 und mehrere Singstimmen, in Partitur. In 
Musik gesetzt von Joh. Gottfried Schicht. Leipzig. Hof- 
meister. [181-?] No. 2 in lf.x52.99 
CtfNimAr. — Abendlied [a. a. a. t. t. B.].-^Die Kinderzeit — FJiaiwm. 
— TigUeh an aingen. — Die Vottendnng. — Die Betende. 

Tu Rex gloriae. Choral motett. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Novello. Evening service. Vol. i, pp. 156-160.) lf.26oua3.i 
Veni Sancte Spiritus. 4 voices. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Novello. Evening service. Vol. 2, pp. 205-212.) 

lf.26oua3.a 

Schick, Margarete Luise. 

Levezow, C. von. Leben und Kunst der Frau Margarete 

Luise Schick. Berlin. 1809. No. 4 in M .X45.20 

SchicksaL Part-song. George v., of Hanover, Sechs Lieder. 

No. 7 in If.x55.x7 

Schicksalslenker, blicke nieder. Pari-sang. Schubekt, F. P. 

Werke. Serie 17. lf.3X7.x.z7 

Schickaalslied. Cantata, For the Music see Brahms. For 

the Libretto see HoelderlixL 

Schiebeler, Daniel. 

Lisuart und Dariolette, oder die Frage und die Antwort. 

Eine romantisch-comische Oper. In die Musik gesetzt 

von Johann Adam Hiller. If.33a2 

Die Muse. Ein Nachspiel. lu Musik gesetzt von Johann 

Adam Hiller. lf.3ao.a7 

Die Musen. SingspieL In Musik gesetzt von J. A. Hiller. 

lf.36ax6 

Schiedermair, Ludwig. 

Gustav Mahler, Erste Symphonie in D-dur. Erlautert. 

Leipzig. Seemann. [1901.] No. 18 in M. 2x7.12.9 

Gustav Mahler, Dritte Symphonie. (Mit Text.) Erlautert. 

Leipzig. Seemann. [1901.] No. 2 in lf.2x7.x2.xo 

Max Schillings, Symphonischer Prolog zu Sophokles' 
„Kdnig CEdipus.'* Erlautert. Leipzig. Seemann. [1901.] 

No. 16 in lf.2x7.x2.xo 

These three worka form reapeotively No. aam, aaf, a4i o£ Der Muaik- 
fflhrer. 

Schiedermayer, Joseph Bernhard. 
Benedictus. [A 4 voix. Accomp. d'orgue.] (In Dietsch. 
Repertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 156-159.) 

No. 34 in If .260.20 

Kyrie. [A 4 voix. Accomp. d'orgue.] (In Dietsch. R^er- 

toire de musique religieuse. Pp. 82-86.) Ncf. 17 in lf.260.20 

Mass, in C. Full score. Manuscript. [183-?] M. 25045 

Schiff, Das. Song. Rubinstein. Zwolf Lieder. Op. 36. 

No. 9 in lf.X9a.5 

Schiffer, Der. Song. 

Rubinstein. Sechs Lieder. Op. 8. No. i in if.x92.5 

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 5, 6. if .3X7.x.2o.59 6 

Schiffer, Die. Part-song, An, F. No. 14 in M. 392.x 

Schiffer, Der, fahrt zu Land. Curschmann. Curschmann- 

Album. No. I in lf.x57.37 

Schiffer's Abfahrt. Part-song, Scrmoblzbr. No. 66 in U. 392.21 

Schiffen Abschied. Part-song, Abt, F. Vier vierstimmige 

Mannergesange. Op. 312, Heft i. No. i in M. 392.2 

Marschnbr, a. E. No. 24 in lf.x29a^3.9 

Schiffers Ausfahrt. Part-song. Vbsqub von Pubttungbn. 
3 Quartetten. 20. Werk. No. 12, 13 in lf.2X2.7 

Schiffers Scheidelied. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. Werke. Serie 

20, Band 8. lf.3X7.x.2o3 

Schiffergebet. Part-song, Storch. No. 6 in m. 270.13 

Schiffergesang. (Nordische Volksweise.) [Mannerchor.] 
(In Eidgenoessischer Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei 
dem lite . . . Sangerfeste. P. 28.) No. 9 in lf.X3a7 

Schiffergesang. Part-song, Egbert. No. 43 in U. 392.24; etc 

Schifferin, Die. Song, Blum, C. L. Lyra fur Damen. 

No. 32 in M. 221.30 

Schifferlied. Duet, Taubert, C. G. W. 6 deutsche Lieder. 

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No. 12 in M.39a.i8 
No. 54 in lC.a04.39 
No. 68 in lC.39a.2z 

No. 26 in lC.Z9a.z 
No. 7 in M.a44.6.3 



chor. Op. 74. 

MOBLDNEK. 

ScHMOELZEK. Vicr Lieder. Op. 381. 
Schifferlied. Song. 
An, F. Lebensfruhling. Heft 2. 

KUECKEN. 

Taubert, C. G. W. Sechs deutsche Lieder. 5. Werk. 

No. I in Il.aaz.a6 

Schifferttaendchen. Part-song. Abt, F. No. 23inM.39a.z;etc. 

Schifflein, Das. Part-song. Kreutzbb, C. Sechs Lieder. Op. 

24. No. 54 in M.39a.z3 

Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 12. ic.3z6.z.za;etc. 

Schifflein, Das. Song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. L. F. 

Werke. Serie 19. IC4Z3.3.Z9 

Schiffmann, Der. Barcarolle. Donizetti. Nuits d'^te a Pau- 

silippe. No. 15 in M.a44.4 

Schiffskapitain, Der. Opera. For the Music see Blum, C. L. 

Schiffspatron, Der. Opera. For the Music see Dittert von 

Dittertdorf. 
Schikaneder, Emanuel Johann. 
Babilons Piramiden. Eine grosse heroisch-komische Oper. 
In Musik gesetzt, der erste Aufzug von Johann Gallus 
[Pseud.], der zweyte Aufzug von Peter Winter. 

M.i5i.4a; etc. 

II flauto magico. See his Die Zauber Flote. 

[Das Labyrinth.] Der zweyte Theil der Zauberflote unter 

dem Titel Das Labyrinth oder der Kampf mit den Ele- 

menten. Eine grosse heroisch-komische Oper. In Musik 

gesetzt von Peter Winter. 1c.z5z.4z ; etc. 

[Der Tyroler Wastel von Haibel. Overtura, Arien und 

Duetten aus der Oper.] No. i in ic.350.6 

Die Zauber Flote, or II flauto magico. An heroi-comic 

opera. Music by Mozart. Translated from the German 

by Signor Gamerra. London. Brittell. 181 1. 

Libretto only, in English and Italian. No. 10 in 1C,Z47.7 

Same. Flauto magico. Musique de Mozart. IC.367.30 

Schildf Der, der deutschen Ehre. Part-song. Reinecke, C. 

H. C. No. 28 in M.39a.ao 

SchUderung eines Madchens. Song. Beethoven. Werke. 

Serie 23. ^.413.1.23 

Schildhom. Cantata. For the Music see Rohde. For the 

Libretto see GurskL 
Schildwacht» Die. Song. Tiehsen. Acht Gedichte. 

No. I a in ic.a36.8 

SchUflied. Song. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Werke. 

Serie 19. IC.413.3.Z9 

Taubert, C. G. W. 12 Lieder. Sang der Liebe. Op. 17. 

No. 4 in ic.aai.a6 
Schilflieder von Nic. Lenau. Songs. Franz, R. 

No. 13 in lC.a44.5.i 
Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von. 
An die Kunstler. Gedicht. Componirt fur Mannergesang, 
Soli und Chor und Orchester von Franz Liszt. 

No. 4 in M.aia.zo 
The bride of Messina. (Braut von Messina.) Tragic opera. 
Composed by Johann Heinrich Bonawitz. M.396.15 

Dichtungen. In Musik gesetzt von Wilhelm Taubert. 

No. 1-4 in lC.Z9a.8 
Dithyrambe. Ftir Tenor-Solo, sechsstimmigen Chor und 
Orchester, von Max Bruch. No. 3 in ic.z54.35; etc 

Same. Fur Mannerstimmen (Chor und Solo) und Or- 
chester componirt von Julius Rietz. No. 2 in M.35a.a4; etc. 
Das Eleusische Fest. Ftir Soli (s. und bar.), Chor und 
Orchester componirt von C. Jos. Brambach. 

No. 2 in lC.a7az8 

[Fiesco.] Ouverture zu Schiller's „Fiesko." Fiir Orchester 

componirt von Heinr. Urban. No. 6 in ic.404.z7 

Die Glocke. See his Das Lied von der Glocke. 

Die Gunst des Augenblicks. Gedicht. Fiir vierstimmigen 

Mannerchor, Soli und Harmoniemusik in Musik gesetzt 

von F. W. Markull. No. i in lC.ao3.3 



Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von. (Contmued.) 

Johanna von Orleans. Scenen nach Schiller's Drama. Fur 
Soli (s. und bar.), Mannerchor und Orchester komponirt 
von Heinrich Hofmann. No. 9 in ic.aza.7 

Same. Die Jungfrau von Orleans. Fur Solostimmen, Chor 
und Orchester componirt von C. Ad. Lorenz. ic.a40.6 

Same. OpjieaHCKaa Ataa. [Die Jungfrau von Orleans.] 
Onepa. TeKcrb no IIlHJUiepy h )KyKOBCKOify. Mysuica n. 
MaAKOBCKaro. IC.38Z48 

Die Kindesmdrderin. In Musik gesetzt von Andreas Rom- 
berg. No. I in lc.aaz.zo 

Die Kunstler. Gedicht. Fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor 
componirt von Edvard Lassen. No. 26 in ic.30a.15 

Das Lied von der Glocke. Gedicht. Fur Chor, vier Solo- 
stimmen, Orchester und Orgel componirt von Max 
Bruch. lC.34z.za; etc 

Same. In Musik gesetzt fiir Soli, Chor und Orchester von 
W. F. G. Nicola!. No. 6 in ic.aaz.34 

Same. In Musik gesetzt von Andreas Romberg. 

No. 2 in lC.a8o43 

Same. Fur Soli, Chor, Orchester und Orgel componirt von 
Bernhard Scholz. No. i in ic.a04.a6 

Same. Lay of the bell. [Cantata by A. Romberg.] 

No. 2 in lC.a8o4a 

Same. Bilder aus Schiller's „Glocke." Fur Mannerchor, 
Solostimmen und Orchester oder Klavier componirt von 
Franz Knappe. No. i in ic.39a.30 

Same. Die Glocke. Can tat e. In Musik gesetzt fur Solo- 
Stimmen, Chor und Orchester von Carl Haslinger. 

No. 2 in ic.39z.44 

Die Macht des Gesanges. Cantate. Fur Manner-Chor, Soli 
und Orchester componirt von C. Jos. Brambach. 

No. 4 in lC.39a40 

Same. In Musik gesetzt von Andreas Romberg, ic.aaz.zz 

Same. In Musik gesetzt fiir i Solo-Sopran, und 4 Chor- 
stimmen, mit Begleitung des Orchesters, von A. Sundelin. 

ic.a90.4 

The minstrel and the king. (Rudolf von Hapsburg.) 
Ballade for male chorus and orchestra, with soli for 
tenor and barytone voices, by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. 

No. 3 in lC.ao3.9 

Nanie. Fur Chor und Orchester (Harfe ad libitum) von 
Johannes Brahms. No. 5 in ic.33a.6 

Same. Noenia. For chorus and orchestra. Composed by 
Hermann Goetz. No. 4 in M. 155.8 

Der Riitlischwur. Dramatische Scene fur Mannerchor, Soli 
und Orchester, nach Worten aus Schiller's „Wilhelm 
Tell." Componirt von Gustav Arnold. No. i in lC.ao3.9 

Die Sehnsucht. Gedicht. In Musik gesetzt ftir eine Sing- 
stime [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von 
Franz Schubert. No. 5 in M.Z40.33.3 

Turandot, Prinzessin von Schiras. Grosse Oper. Musik 
von J. Hoven [Pseud.]. ic.a53.a 

Vier Gedichte. Ftir 4 Mannerstimmen in Musik gesetzt 
von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover. No. 4 in ic.z55.z7 
Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von. Works about. 

Meyerbeer. Cantate compos^e i I'occasion du festival 
donn^ i Paris, 1859, pour la calibration du ioo« anni- 
versaire de la naissance de Schiller. Paroles allemandes 
de L. Pfau. Traduction fran^aise de J. Duesberg. 
Musique de G. Meyerbeer. Partition po et chant. Paris. 
[ 1859.] No. 3 in lC.367.z9 

ZopFF, H. Der Triumph der Liebe. Festhymne zu Schiller's 
Geburtstag, ftir Chor und Solostimmen mit Begleitung 
des Pianoforte. Leipzig. [186-?] No. 9 in lC.39z.60 

Schilling, £. 

Sommernacht. [Mannerchor.] (/n Claassen. LudwigLiebe- 
Album. P. 42.) No. II in lC.a03.z6 

Schilling, Ferdinand. 

Lichtenstein. Oper in 5 Akten. Text nach Wilhelm Hauff s 
gleichnamiger Sage von Adolf Kiepert. Musik von 
Ferdinand Schilling. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Kahnt. 
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Das Hexenlied von Ernst von Wildenbntch. Mit be- 
gleitcnder Musik von Max Schillings. Op. 15. Orchester- 
Partitnr. Leipzig. Porberg. 1903. No. i in li.38a38 
The words are in GcroMa and BngUdi. 

Ingwelde. Dichtung in 3 Anfzngen von Ferdinand Graf 
Sporck. Musik von Max Schillings. Klavier-Auszug. 
Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [1894.] M.aa6.i6 

Moloch. Musikalische Tragodie in drei Aufzisgen von Max 
Schillings. Dichtung frei nach Priedrich Hebbel's 
Moloch-Fragment von Emil Gerhauser. Vollstandiger 
Klavier-Auszug mit Text von Rudolf Siegel. Berlin. 
Bote & Bock. [1906.] 11.378.6 

Der Pfeifertag. Heitere Oper in drei Aufziigen. Dichtung 
von Perdinand Graf Sporck. Musik von Max Schillings. 
Vollst&ndiger Klavier-Auszug mit Text bearbeitet von 
Richard Mors. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1902.] 11.397.58 

Symphonischer Prolog zu Sophokles' "Konig Oedipus" fur 
grosses Orchester. Op. 11. Partitur. Berlin. Bote & 
Bock. [1900.] No. I in lC4ias3 

mVou Spielmanns Leid und Lust." Vorspiel zum dritten 
Aufzug der Oper. Partitur. Berlin. Bote & Bock. 
[1899*1 No. 5 in if.406.71 

Ein Zwiegesprach. Tongedicht fur kleines Orchester. Par- 
titur. Berlin. Ries & Erler. [189-?] Lithograph script. 

No. 2 in M.407.8 
Schillings, Max. Works about 

Maukb, W. Max Schillings, Ingwelde. Erl&utert. Frank- 
furt a. M. [1898.] No. 2 in 11.2x7.13.4 

ScBiSDEiMAn, L Max Schillings, Symphonischer Prolog 

zu Sophokles' „Konig CEdipus." Erlautert. Leipzig. 

[1901.] No. 16 in lf.9z7.xa.zo 

Schilxic et Vinvela. Somg. Schubert, P. P. Melodies. Vol. 6. 

if.327.4.6 
Schimon, Adolphe. 

Quatuor, 2e, pour 2 violons, alto et violoncelle. Op. 25. 
Partition. Paris. Hartmann. [185-?] No. 5 in M.333.4- 
Schindelmeisaer, Ludwig. 

Melusine. Romantische Oper in 5 Akten. Text von E. 
Pasqu^ Musik von L Schindelmeisser. Vollst. Klavier- 
auszug. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1861.] if.274.z6 

ScUndler, Anton. 

The life of Beethoven, including his correspondence with 
his friends. Edited by Ignace Moscheles. London. Col- 
bum. 1841. 2 V. Portrait. lf.xo3.z 
Schindler, Paul. 

The Isle of Spice or His Majesty of Nicobarl Opera 
comique in three acts. Book and lyrics by Allen Lowe 
and Geo. E. Stoddard. Music by Paul Schindler and 
Ben. M. Jerome. Vocal score. New York. Stern & Co. 
1903. M.397.59 

Schink, Johann Priedrich. 

Der Zweikampf mit der Geliebten. Oper von Louis Spohr. 

lf.35az7 
Schinn, Johann Georg. 

Biographische Skizze von Michael Haydn. [Anon. Von 
J. G. Schinn und J. Otter.] Salzburg. Mayr. 1808. 
Portrait. No. i in if .Z49.2Z 

Schira, Francesco. 

Ave Maria. Part song. London. Jefferys. N. d. [The 
Choral Society. 25.] No. 25 in if .Z2Z.3 

The boatman's good night. Part song. London. Hutch- 
ings & Romer. [i86~? Chorister's album.] 

No. 37 in lf.x57.23 

Daybreak. Part-song. London. Jefferys. N. d. [The 
Choral Society. 24.] No. 24 in lf.X2Z.3 

The ear-ring. An opera in i act. [Accomp. for piano.] 
London. Jefferys. [188-?] No. 3 in lf.39z.43 

How beautiful is night. Part-song. London. Jefferys. 
N. d. [The Choral Society. 31.] No. 31 in lf.z2z.3 

The lord of Burleigh. A pastoral cantata, written by 
Desmond L. R3ran. The music composed by F. Schira. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Hutchings & Romer. 
[1873] li.z55.50 



Schira, Francesco. (Conimued.) 
Mina. Opera in 2 acts. The libretto by Desmond Ryan. 
The music by F. Schira. [Vocal score.] London. Jefferys. 
[ 1871 ?] U. 329.8 

Row gently here. [Part-song.] London. Jefferys. N. d. 
[The Choral Society. 42.] No. 42 in lf.zaz.3 

Selvaggia. Dramma lirico in un prologo e 3 atti, di G. T. 
Cimino. Musica del Maestro F. Schira. Rtduzione per 
canto con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano. Lucca. [1875.] 
Portrait. lf.399.7 

Th^rise the orphan of Geneva. An opera written by Charles 
Jefferys. The music by P. Schira. [Accomp. for piano.] 
London. Jefferys. [850.] If.274.z7 

Schinner, Adolf. 
Casarine. Komische Oper in 3 Acten. Text von Adolf 
Schirmer. Musik von Max Wolf. Clavierauszug. Ham- 
burg. [188-?] No. I in If. 326.29 
Rafaela. Komische Oper in 3 Acten. Text von Ad. 
Schirmer und J. Schnitzer. Musik von Max Wolf. 
[ Klavierauszug.] Wien. [ 1884.] No. 2 in if .326.29 
Scliizzi, Folchino, ConU. 
Delia vita e degli studi di Giovanni Paisiello. Milano. 
Truffi & comp. 1833. Portrait. lf.z45.35 
Schjeldenip, Gerhard. 
Norwegische Hochzeit (Bruderover). Musikdrama in zwei 
Akten. Klavierauszug mit deutschem und norwegischem 
Text. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1900. lf.396.37 
Sonntagsmorgen. Sondagsmorgen. Dichtung und Musik 
von Gerhard Schjelderup. Aus dem Norwegischen iiber- 
setzt von Emma Klingenfeld. Clavierauszug von Max 
Schillings. Leipzig. Hofmeister. 1893. No. i in ll.x93.xz 
Weihnacht-Suite aus einem Weihnachtsspiel. Partitur. 
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 190X. No. i in If4za54 
Schlacht, du brichst anl Port-song, V/wbkr, C M. F. E. von. 

No. 55 in lf.z29aj|3.9 
Schlacht» Die, im Teutoburger Walde. Opera. For the Music 

see Becker. For the LiBasTTO see Bronwer. 

SchlachtbOd. Part-song, Volkmann. Zwei Chorgesange 

ftir gemischte Stimmen. No. 20 in if.x58.21 

Schlachtgebet Part-song. Rhbinbekcbb, J. G. Vier deutsche 

Gesange. Op. 48. No. 3 in if .392.22 

Schlachtgesang [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus. Band 4, pp. 52-55.) 

No. 145 in If .X29a.43.4 

Schlachtgesang. Part-song. Hbubbegek. No. 3 in 11.2x2.7 

HiLLER, P. No. 3 in lf.39a.zz 

MoEHRiNG. No. 138 in If .246.22 

Schumann, R. A. Der Eidgenossen Nachtwache. 

No. 2 in lf.z57.2z 

Schlachtgesang. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, 

Band 4. lf.3Z7.z.204 

Schlachtgesang des Tyrtaos. Part-song. Bruch. Zwei 

Mannerchore. No. 3 in lf.z54.37 

Schlachtlied. Cantata. For the Music see Reinecke^ C. H. C. 

For the Libretto see Klopstock. 
SchlachtUed. Part-song. Schubert, F. P. Chor-Gesangwerke. 
Band 2. No. 24 in if .28048.2 

SiLCHER, F. Silcher-Album. No. 4 in if •37a30 

Schlaeger, E. 
The significance of Wagner's Parsifal in and for our times. 
Translated by Miss Coleman. Minden i. Westf. Bruns. 
1884. No. 6 in If.2z6.z8 

Schlaeger^ Hans. 
Hoch UniversitasI [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 57-60.) No. 20 in if .204.39 

Schlaf, Kindchen, schlaf. Song. Kubckbn, F. W. Zwei 
kleine Lieder. No. 5 in If .244.6.3 

Schlaf ein! Part-song. Hbntscbbl. Vier Gedichte. Op. 16. 

No. 46 in lf.392.zo 
Schlaf ein, mein suesses Herz. Song. Walsy, S. W. 

No. 17 in lf.380.z8 

Schlaf in guter Ruh. Song. Taubbrt, C G. W. 12 Gesaenge. 

Op. 27. No. 7 in M.2ai.26 

Schlaf wohl 1 Part-song. Ecker. No. 37 in M .1474 

Schlafe wohll Part-song. Billbter. No. 131 in M.Z474 

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Schlallied. Part-song. Msnagbr. No. 17 in 11.392.42.3 

Schlaflied. Song. Schubbrt, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 5. 

Il.3i7.i.2a5 

Schlafloser Aug^en Leuchte. Song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, 

J. L F. Werke. Serie 19. 11.413.3.19 

SchUftrunk, Der. Opera, For the Music see Weyse. For 

the Libretto see Bretcner. 

Schlaf die Tschadra zuriick. Song. Rubinstein. Zwolf 

Lieder des Mirza-Schaffy. No. 8 in 11.192.$ 

Schlage doch, gewunschte Stunde. Anthem. Bach, J. S. 

Werke. Jahrgang 12, Theil 2. 11J040.21.12.2 

Schlagen, Das» meines Herzens. S'^fi^. Abt, F. Funf Lieder. 

Op. 94. No. 35 in ii.192.1 

SchUgende Herzen. Song. Strauss, R. Drei Lieder. Op. 29. 

No. 6 in lf.380.24.2 
Schlagt derb aufs Fass. Part-song. Pacbe. No. 5 in 1l.39a.21 
Schlaraffenland. Opera. For the Music see Weinberger. 

For the Libretto see Schurz. 
Schlaraffenland, Das. Song. Brahms. Volks-Kinderlieder. 

No. 8 in lf.380.40.3 

Schlasierlied. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. No. 40 inic.192.8 

Schlegel, Johann Elias. 

Prokris und Cephalus. In Musik gesetzt, fur das Clavier 

und cine oder zwo Singestimmen von Johann Adolph 

Scheiben. ' li.203.4a 

Schlehenbluet* und wilde Rose. Part-song. Weinzierl. Drei 

Mannerchore. Op. 46. No. 45 in 11.392.24 

Schleicht, spielende Wellen. Cantata. Bach, J. S. Werke. 

Jahrgang 20, Theil 2. M. 8040.2 1.20.2 

Schleiffarth, George. 

Rosita, or Boston and banditti. An original comic opera 
in 2 acts. Libretto by Matthew C. Woodward. Music 
by Geo. Schleiffarth. (Lyrics by Harry B. Smith.) 
[ Accomp. for pianoforte.] Chicago. Bowen & Schleiffarth. 
1887. No. 2 in 11.276.17 

Schleinitz, Heinrich Conrad. 
Ach, wenn du warst mein eigeni [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. 
Die deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 178^ 179.) No. 116 in lf.213.9 
Schlesinger, L^on. 
Le casque. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles de Andr^ Degrave. 
Musique de L^on Schlesinger. Partition piano et chant. 
Paris. Poulalion. 1892. No. i in li.322.9 

Un module. Op^ra-comique en i acte. Paroles de Andr6 
Degrave & Manuel Lerouge. Musique de L^on Schle- 
singer. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Heugel. [ 1890.] 

No. 2 in 11.322.9 
Schleswig-Holsteinisches Armee-Lied. For orchestra. Witt, 
L F. No. 3 in 11.352.5 

Schlett, Joseph. 

II sogno. Der Traum, nach Metastasio. Fur eine Sing- 

stimme [t.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. Leipzig. 

Breitkopf & Hartel. [182-?] No. 12 in ic.2a1.33 

Schletterer, Hans Michael. 

Ave Maria. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp for pianoforte]. New 

York. Schirmer. [18 — ?] No. 14 in IC.244.10.6 

Das deutsche Singspiel von seinen ersten Anfangen bis auf 

die neueste Zeit. Augsburg. Schlosser. 1863. [Zur 

Geschichte dramatischer Musik und Poesie in Deutsch- 

land.] lf.371.21 

Dornroschen. The sleeping beauty in the wood. Drama- 

tisirtes Marchen in 2 Akten, von Marie Schmidt. Fiir 

Soli und Chor, mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, componirt 

von H. M. Schletterer. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 

1875. No. 2 in M.324.7 

With English and German words. 

Same. New York. Schirmer. No. 6 in lf.155.22 

Einzttg der Sanger. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoessischer 

Saengerverein. Mannerchore fur das I2te . . . Sangerfest. 

Pp. 17, 18.) No. I in M.130.7 

Alto to be found In Kantonal-Saengerfett, Wjrl. Minnerchdre fflr daa 

6te . . . SIngerfcst. 

Herba lori fa. [Mannerchor.] (In Stuttgarter Lieder- 
kranz. Mannerchor- Album. Pp. 95-98.) No. 5 in lf.a03.22 



Schletterer, Hans Michael. (Continued.) 
Joh. Friedrich Reichardt: sein Leben und seine musika- 

lische Thatigkeit. Augsburg. Schlosser. 1865. lf.Z33.6 
Katalog der in der Kreis- und Stadt-Bibliothek, dem 

staedtischen Archive und der Bibliothek des Historischen 

Vereins zu Augsburg befindlichen Musikwerke. Glogau. 

Mosche. [ 1879.] No. 6 in lf.115.12 

Luigi Boccherini. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1882. 

[Sammlung musikalischer Vortrage.] No. 3inlf^z54 
Ob kein Lied der Welt verbliebe. [Mannerchor.] (In Claas- 

sen. Ludwig Liebe- Album. Pp.43, 44.) No. 11 in IL2Q3.Z6 
Die Tochter Pharao's. Pharao's [sic] daughter. Drama- 

tisirtes Marchen in 3 Akten, von Marie Schmidt. Fiir 

Soli und Chor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt 

von H. M. Schletterer. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 

1877. No. 3 in 1^324.7 

With English and German worda. 

Schlicht, Emil. 

Die Kriegsgefangene. Oper von Carl Goldmark. M.39fi.94 

Schlichte Weisen. Songs. Strauss, R. No. 17-21 in if. 380.24.1 

Schlichtegroll, Adolph Heinrich Friedrich von. 

The life of Mozart. (In Beyle. Life of Haydn. Pp. 333- 

418. London. 1817.) M.zz6.z 

Schlieben, Erwin. 

Harald, der letzte Sachsenkonig. Grosse Oper. Musik 

von G. Dullo. lf.262.za 

Schlimm fur die Manner. Part-song. Hbnschbl, G. Serbisches 

Liederspiel. No. 2 in If.z94.z5 

Schlittenfahrt. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Klange aus der 

Kinderwelt. Heft 2. No. 8 in If •Z9a.6 

SchlosB, Das, am Aetna. Opera. For the Music see Martchner, 

H. A. For the Libretto see KHngemann, E. A F. 
Schloss, Das, am Meer. Part-song. Rhbinbkrger, J. G. 

No. I in lf.28047 

Schloss, Das, am Meer. Song. Raff. Sanges-Fruhling. 

Heft I. No. I in If.z9a4 

Schloss Candra, Das. Opera. For the Music see Wolfram. 

For the Libretto see Gehe. 
Schlosser. F. F. 
O Salutaris. Duo pour s. et b. Avec accomp. d'orgue. 
Paris. R6gnier-Canaux. [184-?] No. 7 in if .26aza5 

Schlosserlied. Part-song. Otto, £. J. Gesellenfahrten. 

No. 46 in lf492.Z9 
Schlottmann, Louis. 
Gute Nacht. Gedicht von Geibel. Fiir Tenor-Solo und 
Chor mit Orchesterbegleitung componirt von L Schlott- 
mann. Op. 26. Partitur mit beigefiigtem Clavieraus- 
zuge. Berlin. Mueller. [188-?] No. 10 in if .203.6 

Ouverture zu Schiller's Wallenstein's Lager. Op. 23. Par- 
titur. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1874?] No. i in lf.334.z9 
Ouverture zu Shakespeare's Romeo und Julia. Op. 18. 
Partitur. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [i86-?l No. i in lf.348.zo 
Trauermarsch, Recitativ und Finale. Sinfonische Scene 
fur Orchester. Op. 43. Partitur. Berlin. Challier & 
Co. [ 187-?] No. I in M. 335.12; No. 2 in lf.348.zo 

Schluesselblumen, Die. Song. Liszt. Gesammelte Lieder. 

No. 36 in If .a44.Z4 
Schlueter, Joseph. 
A general history of music. From the German, by Mrs. 
Robert Tubbs. London. Bentley. 1865. if.z07.26 

Schlummerlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus. Band 7, p. 10.) 

No. 219 in M.Z29a^3.7 
Schlummerlied. For orchestra. 

BuERGEL. No. 6 in lf.338.zz 

Schumann, R. A No. 2 in if.34a.36 

Schlummerlied. Part-song. 
Kron. No. 18 in lf.39a.z4 

KuHN, E. 3 Gesange. Op. 60. No. 7 in if •392.Z5 

Lachner, V. No. 3 in lf.Z3a8 

Lindpaintner. No. ii in if. 380.22 

Naret-Koning. Vier Lieder fur Mannerchor. 

No. 10 in lf.392.z9 

Taubert, C. G. W. Vier Quartette fur Mannerstimmen. 

Op. 10. No. 14 in lf.392.34 

Weber, C. M. F. £. von. No. 80 in If.z29a43.2 



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Schlmiiinerlied. Song. 
Fkanz, R. Zwolf Gesange. Op. i. No. lo in 11.244.5.1 

Hennig. ao ein and zweistimmige Lieder. No. 17 in M.ao3.8 
HiLLXR, F. Lieder fnr eine Altstimme. Op. 129. 

No. 23 in lf.Z93.3 
KuBCKBN. Lieder fur Soprao. No. 7 in UA^^i 

ScHUBBiT, F. P. Sammtliche Compositionen. M.244.zfl 

Taubbrt, C G. W. 12 Gesaenge. Op. 27. No. 7 in icaaz^ 
Wbbbr, C M. F. £. Yon. No. 47 in If.a35.za4 

Schlmninerloa rauschen die Saiten. Part-sang. Rbineckk. C. 
H. C. Drei italienische Volkslieder. No. 17 in ll.39a.az 
Schlnmmre aanft, dn lieblich Kind. Sang. Kubckbn. Leichte 
Lieder. No. 3 in 11.244.6.2 

Schlnaalied des Narren. Sang. Schumann, R. A. Werke. 
Serie 13, Band 4. 11.3 16.1.Z34; etc 

Schmelx, Reinhard. 
Die Rheingauer Glocken fur Maennergesang. New York. 
Schuberth & Co. 1878. No. 19 in lf.39a.23 

Schmera. Sang. Wbbbr, C. M. F. £. von. SammtHche 
Lieder. Band 2. No. 86 in M. 244.7 

Schmers der Liebe. Sang. Albbit, Prince Consort. Col- 
lected compositions. if.290.23 
Schmers verzerret ihr Gresicht. Duet. Schubbbt, F. P. Werke. 
Serie 19* if.3Z7.z.z9 
Schmersliche Wonnen. Wolf, H. Spanisches Liederbuch. 

No. 28 in If .38a30 

Schmetterling, Der. Port-sang. Sollb» F. No. 32 in M.392.25 

Schmetterling, Der. Sang. BB^VAftovsKY. Gesaenge beim 

Klavier Ihro Majestaet. No. 19 in if .221.33 

Cornelius, C. A P. Werke. Band i. If.4z4.2az 

Schumann, R. A. Lieder fur die Jugend. Abtheilung i. 

No. 2 in M.244.Z5.3; etc 
Schmetterling, Der, ist in die Rose Yerliebt. Sang. Franz, 
R. Sechs Lieder Yon H. Heine. No. 38 in lf.244.5.3 

Schmetterling, wie freu' ich mich. Part-sang. Rheinbergbr, 
J. G. In der Zechstube. Op. 74. No. 8 in M.392.22 

Schmid, Anton. 
Christoph Willibald Ritter Yon Gluck. Dessen Leben und 
tonkunstlerisches Wirken. Leipzig. Fleischer. 1854. 
Facsimile. M.Z36.5 

Schmid, Carl. 
Blue eyes. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] {In The Osgood col- 
lection of part-songs. Vol. 2, pp. 63, 64.) lf.z93.23.2 
Brindisi. (Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (/» The Osgood collec- 
tion of part-songs. Vol 2, pp. 59-62.) M.Z93.23.2 
Schmid, Ernst. 
Kommt die Nacht mit ihren Schatten. Chor [t. t. a &] 
mit Tenor-Solo. Wien. Buchholz & Diebel. [187-?] 

No. 20 in M.392.23 
Schmid, Franz XaYer. 

Cantabo Domino. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] London. 

Butler. [184-?] No. 25 in lf.26a3 

Deus noster refugium. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] 

London. Butler. [184-?] No. 16 in lf^6a3 

Gloria et honore. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] London. 

Butler. [ 184-?] No. 1 7 in M.26a3 

Jubilate Deo. [Motet Accomp. for organ.] London. 

Butler. [ 184-?] No. 24 in M.a6a3 

[Masses.] Namely: 

Messes i 3 voix, s. A. b. Avec accomp. d'orgue. Paris. 
Schott. [187-?] 14 V. in i. M.aox.z9 

ConUntt. — S^rie 1, Op. 1: No. i, en do; No. a, en mt b; No. 4, en 
la; No. 5, en fa. — S^rie a, Op. a: No. i, en sol; No. 3, en la b; 
No. 4> en la; No. 6, en mi b. — S^rie 3, Op. 3: No. i, en nol; No. a, 
an ti b ; No. 3, en tol ; No. 4, en fa ; No. 5, en la ; No. 6, en mi b* 

Mass in A. [For s. a. b. Accomp. for organ. London. 

Butler. 184-?] No. 3 in M. 260.3 

Mass in C. [For s. a. b. Accomp. for organ. London. 

Butler. 184-?] No. 7 in if .260.3 

Mass in D. [For s. a. b. Accomp. for organ. London. 

Butler. 184-?] No. 4 in if .260.3 

Same. [186-?] No. i in M.20Z.20 

Mass in E flat. [For s. a. b. Accomp. for organ. Lon- 
don. Butler. 184-?] No. 5 in M. 260.3 

Same. Dayton. Fischer. 1868. No. 3 in M. 380.2 



Dramma del maestro Cav. Rossini. 
[182-?] No. I in lf.Z47Az 



Schmid, Franz XaYer. (Cantinued.) 

Mass in £ flat. [Accomp. for organ.] (/» Werner, A. 

The Memorare. Pp. 30-^.) lf.zoo.3 

Mass in F. [For s. a. b. Accomp. for organ. London. 

Butler. 184-?] No. 8 in lf.26a3 

Mass in G. [For & a. b. Accomp. for organ. London. 

Butler. 184-?] No. 6 in lf.26a3 

Alao to be found [for a. a. t. b.] in Wemer'a The Canute. 

Miserere mei, Domine. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] 

London. Butler. [184-?] No. 14 in M.260.3 

Quam dilecta tabemacula Tua. [Motet. Accomp. for 

organ.] London. Butler. [184*?] No. 15 in M. 260.3 

Schmid, Hermann Theodor you. 

Der Liebesring. Romantische Oper. Musik you G. R. 

Doerstling. No. i in lf.305J 

Raimondin. Oper. Musik Yon Karl Perfall. if.287.8 

Schmid, Otto, editor. 

Haydn, J. M. CaligaYcrunt oculi mei. ("Now are mine 

eyes grown dim.") No. 4 in lf.384.zz 

Schmidt, 

Eduardo e Cristina. 
Venezia. MolinarL 

Italian libretto onljr. 

Same. Eduardo e Cristina del Sig« GioYacchino Rossini. 

if.6a6;etc. 
Elisabetta, regina d'Inghilterra. Opera. Musica di Rossini. 

if.34a8;etc. 

Schmidt, Adolf. 

Die drei Liebchen. Ballade fur 3 Solostimmen [t. bar. b.], 

Mannerchor und Orchester oder Pianoforte. Op. 37. 

[KlaYierauszug-l Wien. Rebay & Robitschek. [189-?] 

No. 3 in lf.az2.z5 
„Es lauschte das Laub so dunkelgrun." Mannerchor. Op. 
52. Partitur. Wien. Rebay & Robitschek. [18$^-?] 

No. 4 in If.2z2.z5 
FrCihlingsnacht. Mannerchor mit Solo-Quartett. Op. 20. 
Wien. Schreiber. [1879?] No. 11 in M.392.34 

„Gold'ne Wolk' in stiller Hoh'." [Fur Tenor-Solo mit 
Brummchor, t. t. b. b.] Op. 18. [Wien. Schreiber. 
1879?] No. 12 in If. 392.34 

The twilight fades before me. By S. Dolf [pseud. Part- 
songs, t.t.&b.]. Boston. Schmidt. 1892. No. 64 in M.392.2Z 
Weiss nicht wie's kommen ist? [Mannerchor.] Op. 31. 
Wien. Buchholz & Diebel. [188-?] No. 32 in M.39a.23 
Schmidt, August, editor. 
Orphbus. Musikalisches Album fur das Jahr 1840-42. 
Jahrgang 1-3. lf.375.zz 

Schmidt, Carl G. 
Christmas hymn [s. A. T. b.]. Boston. Truette & Co. 
[ 1893.] No. 4 in lf.203.29 

Schmidt, Franz XaYer. See Schmid, Franc XaYer. 
Schmidt, GioYanni. 
L'apoteosi d'Ercole. [Opera.] Musica del Sig' SaYcrio 
Mercadante. If4a22 

Schmidt, GustaY. 
Acht Lieder ftir Yierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 43. Leip- 
zig. Forberg. [ 1880?] No. 23, 24 in lf.392.23 

Conignis. — I. Meiii WunMfa. — „Wach auf, du ichone Triumerinl" — 
„In der Friih', wenn die Sonn' erwacht I" -> ,.0 Friihlingsruf in Wald 
und Feld." a. Ade zur guten Nacht.— Im WaM bei der Amael. — Wer'a 
Ucben erdaeht — Daa GlScklcin. 

Alibi, Oder die Fahrt in's Philisterium. Komische Oper in 
3 Aufzugen. ClaYierauszug. Hamburg. Pohle. [i860?] 

No. I in lf.323.8 

Awake, thou pretty dreamer. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] {In 
The Osgood collection of part-songs. Vol. 2, pp. 24, 25.) 

M.Z93.23.2 

Drei Gedichte Yon Fritz Renter, fur Yier Mannerstimmen. 
Op. 51. Leipzig. Forberg. [1881?] No. 25*27 in lf.392.23 
CenUtiU. — I. An Sle. a. Wannertang. 3. Sdmddera Lnat nnd Leid. 

Es muss geschieden setn. [Volkslied, t. t. b. b.] Leipzig. 
Settz. [ 1871 ?] No. 29 in M.392.23 

Fiinf Lieder fur Yierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 4a. Leip- 
zig. Forberg. [1879?] No. 21, 22 in M. 392.23 
Conltnts, — t. Im Wandem. — „Voni Berg ergeht dn Rufen." — 
Fr&hliche Gcacllen. a. Der Abcndatem. — ewer's nur veratindcl** 



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THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



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Schmidtt Gustav. (Continued.) 

Gut' Nacht, mein Schatz. (Volkslied, t. t. b. b.] Leipzig. 
Seitz. [ 1871 ?] No. 3 1 in lf.39a.a3 

My wish. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In The Osgood col- 
lection of part-songs. Vol. 2, pp. 17-ao.) M.X93.a3.a 

Niemals wieder. [Volkslied, t. t. b. b.] Leipzig. Seitz. 
[ 1871 ?] No. 30 in li.39a.a3 

Der Pavilion ist nnbewacht Recitativ und Arie [b.] aus 
der Oper La R^ole. Manuscript. No. 15 in il.a36.6 

nPrinz Eugen der edle Ritter." Oper in 3 Akten. [Text 
vom Componisten.] VoUstandiger Clavierauszug. Leip- 
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] lLa74^o 

La Rtele. Oper in 3 Akten von Charlotte Birch-Pfeiffer. 
Musik von G. Schmidt. VoUstandiger Clavier-Auszug. 
Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1865.] M-a74-i9 

Scheiden ohne Leiden. [Volkslied, T. t. a b.] Leipzig. 
Seitz. [ 187a?] No. 2 in M.39a.38 

Tanzlied, von Otto Roquette. Fur vierstimmigen Manner- 
chor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte (ad lib.) componirt 
von Gustav Schmidt. Leipzig. Seitz. [187-?] 

No. 4 in 11^70.59 

Treue Liebe. [Volkslied, t. t. a b.] Leipzig. Seitz. [1871?] 

No. 28 in ll.39a.a3 

Weibertreue, oder Kaiser Konrad vor Weinsberg. Ko- 
misch-romantische Oper in 3 Akten. VoUstandiger 
Klavierauszug. [Text vom Componisten.] Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] lC.374.x8 

Zwei Trauungs-Gesange fiir vierstimmigen Mannerchor mit 
Sopran-Solo. Op. 41. Leipzig. Forberg. [1880?] 

No. 13 in lC.30a.94 

CoHtenU. — ,,0 Geist der Andacht schwebc linde." — ..Wat in Liebe 
treu Terbunden." 

Schmidt, Hans, translator. 

TcHAiKovsKi, P. I. lolanthe. lC.3a4.a5 

Tanieev, S. I. Opecrea. [Oresteia.] IC39640 

Schmidt, Heinrich, of Baireutk, 

Konzert fiir Orgel und Streich-Orchester fur die Unter- 

richts- und Auffiihrungswerke der Mittelschulen. Par- 

titur. Leipzig. Leuckart. [1903-] No. a in ic.410.54 

Schmidt, Heinrich. i779-i^57- 
Meerkonig und sein Liebchen. Romantisches Singspiel. 
Musik von Carl Bohmer. lC.a7x.a8 

Schmidt, J. P. See Schmidt, Johann Philipp Samuel. 
Schmidt, Johann Philipp Samuel. 
An die Hoffnung. [Lied, s. o. t., mit Pianoforte-Beglei- 
tung.] Dresden. Hilscher. [18^?] No. 32 in ic.aaz.33 
Same. Melodie von J. P. Schmidt, mit Veranderungen 
fiir die Singstimme von Ambrosch. [Mit Pianoforte- 
Begleitung.] Berlin. Christiani. [181-?] No. 33 in icaai.33 
Dem Konig Heil! Volkslied [i auch 4 stimmig zu singen. 
Mit Pianoforte-Begleitung. Berlin. 1813]. 

No. 31 in lC.aa1.33 

Feodore. Singspiel in einem Act, von A. von Kotzebue. 

In Musick gesetzt von J. P. Schmidt. [Partitur.] Berlin. 

1812. Manuscript. lC.30.x3 

Contain* an autograph dedication bjr the author. 

Same. VoUstandiger Klavier-Auszug. Leipzig. Kunst- 
u. Industrie-Comptoir. [1812?] IC151.3 

Fest-Gesang dem Dritten August, [t. solo mit Chor. 
Begleitung des Pianoforte.] Berlin. Kupfer. [180-?] 

No. 29 in ic.aax.33 

Das Fischermadchen, oder Hass und Liebe. Lyrisches 
Drama von Theodor Korner. In Musik gesetzt von J. P. 
Schmidt. VoUstandiger Clavier-Auszug vom Com- 
ponisten. Berlin. Christiani. [1818?] IC.X514 

Wie Nordlands Au und Sudens Flur. Bolero [t.] aus Ein 
Abend in Madrid. [Mit Begleitung des Pianoforte.] 
Berlin. Christiani. [ 181-?] No. 30 in icaai.33 

Wohinaus. Gedicht von C. W. Contessa. Fiir eine Sing- 
stimme [t.] mit Pianoforte-Begleitung. Berlin. Chris- 
tiani. [ 181-?] No. 28 in ic.aa1.33 
Schmidt, Johann Philipp Samuel, editor. 

BoiBLDiBU, F. A. Le petit chaperon rouge. lC.a3aa9 

Catbl. Die Baiaderen. ic.a3040 



Schmidt, K. 
An die Heimat. [Mannerchor.] (/» Eidgenoessischer 
Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei dem late . . . Sanger- 
feste. P. 9.) N0.8inM.x3a7 

Schmidt, Leopold. 
Ludwig van Beethoven. (In Photographische Gesellschaft. 
Ludwig van Beethoven. Pp. 57-63. Berlin. 1897.) 

No. 6 in M.38a58 
Schmidt, Marie. 
Dornroschen. The sleeping beauty in the wood. Drama- 
tisirtes Marchen. Fiir Soli und Chor, mit Begleitung 
des Pianoforte componirt von H. M. Schletterer. 

No. 2 in ic.3a4.7; etc 
Die Tochter Pharao's. Pharao's [sic] daughter. Drama- 
tisirtes Marchen. Fiir Soli und Chor mit Begleitung des 
Pianoforte componirt von H. M. Schletterer. 

No. 3 in M.3a4.7 
Schmidt, Richard, editor. 

Paladilhb, £. Mandolinata. No. 22 in ic.39a.37 

Schmidt, Der. Part-song. Schumann, R. A Werke. Serie 
12. iC3i6.z.za 

Schmidtbaner, J. A. See Schmittbaner, Johann Aloys. 
Schmidt-Dolf. See Schmidt, Adolf. 
Schmidt-Luz, Hans. 
Hochzeit im Walde. The forester's wedding. Cantate fiir 
Soli, Chor, Orchester und Orgel ad libitum. Text und 
Musik von Hans Schmidt-Lux. Klavierauszug mit Text 
von Heinrich Weimar. English version by Lilian 
Laugher. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 190a 1^38443 

The text ii in German and English. 

Schmied, Der. Part-song. Krbutzer. No. 26 in lC.za9a43»z 
Schmied, Der. Song. 
Abt, F. Lebensfrtihling. Heft i. No. 25 in lC.Z9a.z 

BsAHics. Funf Gedichte. No. 5 in IC.38040.Z 

HiLLER, F. Lieder fiir eine Altstimme. Op. 129. 

No. 24 in ic.i9a.3 

Schmied, Der, von Rotenburg. Part-song. Rbbinbbrgkb, J. 

G. Auf der Wanderung. No. 38 in M^ga^z 

Schmied, Der, von Ruhla. Opera. For the Music see Lux, 

F. For the Libretto see Bauer, L C. 
Schmieder, Heinrich Gottlieb. 
Axur Koenig von Ormus. Eine Oper nach Salieri's 
Musick. lc*Z5a40 

Die Liebe im Narrenhaus. Eine komische Oper vom Herm 
Ditters, Edlen von Dittersdorf. M46az4 

Schmieder, Heinrich Gottlieb, translator, 

Dalayrac. [Az^mia.] No. i in ic*39azz 

Schmiedlied. Part-song. Lachnbr, F. No. 36 in iczaga^ 
Schmiedt, Siegfried. 

[Melida.] Ouverture und Gesange im Klavierauszuge aus 
dem Singspiel Melida. Leipzig. Schmiedt & Rau. 
[1796.] No. I in ic.z5a.a5 

Schmitt, Aloys. 

Rondo concertant pour piano et violoncelle. CEuvre 49. 
[Piano seul.] Paris. Richault. [183-?] No. 5 in lC.azo.6 
Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] iCo. 13 in icazaza 

Zweite Messe fiir 4 Singstimmen. VoUstandiger Clavier- 
auszug. Leipzig. Hof meister. [ 185-?] No. i in lLaaa.4Z 
Schmitt, Aloys. Works about. 
Henkel, H. Leben und Wirken von Aloys Schmitt 
Frankfurt a. Main. 1873. Portrait. No. 2 in 1C*Z37«9 

Schmitt, Florent. 
S^miramis. Seine lyrique. Potoe d'E. Adenis [pseud.]. 
Musique de Florent Schmitt Op. 14. [Partition piano 
et chant.] Paris. Baudoux & cK 1900. No. 2 in IC.383.35 
Schmittbauer, Johann Aloys. 
Die Eltern im ersten Ehewitter. Eine Cantate. [Full 
score.] Manuscript N. d. No. i in ic.a36.z7 

Schmitx, A. 

Missa. (A dur.) N. p. N. d. Lithograph script 

No. 3 in ICZ56.39 
Missa. B dur. N. p. N. d. Lithograph script 

No. 2 in 1C.Z5&39 



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SdunoeUer, Jakob Eduard. 
Die Alpenrose. [Mannerchor.] Op. 209, No. 4. Leipzig. 

Siegel. [ 1878?] No. 35 in ll.39a.a3 

Barcarolle. Fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 414. 

Offenbach a. M. Andr^. [1889?] No. 73 in M.399.ax 
Die Deutschen in Bohmen. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 

Dentachea Liederbuch. Pp. 165, 166.) No. 77 in ll.a04.39 
Ein deutscher Mann. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Leichte 

Mannerchore. Heft 12, pp. a-5.) No. 69 inil.a4j6.aa 

Die Klag. Steyriaches Volkslied [t. t. k b.]. Leipzig. 

Siegel. ( 1880?] No. 33 in ll.39a.a3 

Lob des Geaanges. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Leichte 

Mannerchore. Heft 17, pp. i8-ao.) No. 107 in M.a46.aa 
Das Madchen vom Rhein. Fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. 

Op. 433. Offenbach a. M. Andr^ [1889?] 

No. 72 in 1l.39a.az 
Morgenstille. [Mannerchor.] Op. a 10, No. 4. Leipzig. 

Siegel. [ 1880?] No. 67 in M.39a.az 

SchiffePs Abfahrt. [Mannerchor.] Op. aio, No. 3. Leip- 
zig. Siegel [1880?] No. 66 in M.39a.az 
Schwarz-roth-gold. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. Deut- 

sches Liederbuch. Pp. 43, 44.) No. la in M.ao4.39 

Seemannslied [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 141, No. a. Leipzig. Siegel. 

[ 187a ?] No. 34 in ll.39a.a3 

Sehnsucht nach den Alpen. [Mannerchor.] (In Aht, Leichte 

Mannerchore. Heft 14, pp. 2-6.) No. 83 in ll.a46.aa 

Steyriaches Lied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Abt. Leichte Manner- 
chore. Heft 14, p. 10.) No. 85 in ll.a46.aa 
Stoansteirisch. [Lied, t. t. b. b.] Op. 329, No. i. Wien. 

Bttchholz & Diebel. [188-?] No. 41 in ll.39a.a3 

Vier Lieder fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 357. 

Leipzig. Forberg. [ 1881 ?] No. 37-40 in ll.39a.a3 

CMfmlSr. — I. Das deuttchc Land. a. Im Walde. 3. Minoergeaanf. 
4. Nordaturm. 

Vier Mannerchore. Op. 381. Leipzig. Siegel. [1888?] 

No. 68-71 in 11.^9a.az 



Cimtgnis, — I. Schifferltcd. a. „Bin ein fahrendcr Getell." 



L1I.J 

3. Gi 



- _- _«adea- 

nraa igitur. 4. Waidmann'a HeiL 

Waldabendschein. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Riitli. Pp. 

261-263.) No. 1 10 in 11.1474 

Der Waldfee. [Mannerchor.] Op. 309, No. 5. Leipzig. 

Siegel. [ 1878?] No. 36 in ll.39a.a3 

Waldlied [t. t. b. b.]. Mit Baritonsolo und obligatem 

Horn. Op. 210, No. i. Leipzig. Siegel. [1880?] 

No. 65 in ll.39a.a1 
Walkurensang [t. t. b. b.]. (In Stuttgarter Liederkranz. 
Mannerchor-Album. Pp. 99, 100.) No. 5 in ll.a03.aa 

Weberlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Tauwitz. Deutsches Lieder- 
buch. Pp. 240, 241.) No. 105 in ll.a04.39 
Wir Erzgebirger Kinder. [Mannerchor.] (In Tauwitz. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 214, 215.) No. 96 in 1l.a04.39 
Schmolke und Bakel. Opira, For the Music see Tauwita. 

For the LiBanro see Wohlbmeck. 
Schmuecke dich, O liebe Seele. Anthem, Bach» J. S. Werke. 
Jahrgang 35. lL8o4aai.35 

Sdmabel^ Joseph Ignatz. 
R^na coeli. For 5 voices [s. s. a. t. b. Accomp. for 
organ]. (In Novello. Convent music Vol. 2, pp. 105- 
113*) No. 37 in Il.a6ax7.a 

Schnadahoepferl. Duet Taubbkt, C G. W. 6 deutsche 
Lieder. Op. 6. No. 2 in Ii.aax.a6 

Schnarenaer-Mette. Part-song, Scbwalm. Drei Lieder. 
Op. 33. No. 22 in lf.39a.a5 

Schnccker, Peter A. 
Cantate Domino. [In A major. Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. Schmidt. [1893-] No. 8 in 1c.a03.a9 

Come ye lofty, come ye lowly. [Christmas anthem. Ac- 
comp. for organ.] Boston. Schmidt. [1893.] 

No. 5 in lC.a03.a9 
Sleepers, wake. Hymn for quartett & chorus. [Accomp. 
for organ.] Boston. Schmidt. 1893. No. 9 in ic.a03.39 
Te Deum laudamus. In Bb. [Accomp. for organ.] Bos- 
ton. Schmidt. 1894. No. 7 in M.ao3.a9 
Welcome, happy morning. Easter anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] Boston. Schmidt. 1894. No. 6 in ic.a03.39 



Schnee, Der, ist vergangen. Part-song, Rbinthalbe. 
Schnee, Der. Song, Rittbb, F. L Zehn Kinder-Lieder. 
Heft I. No. 6 in lc.Z9a4 

No. 28 in lC39a.az 

Schnee, Der, ist zergangen. Song, Fkanz, R. Sechs Gesange. 

Op. 6. No. 48 in ica44.5.z 

Schnee, Der, zerrinnt. Part-song, Schubbbt, F. P. Werke. 

Serie 19. IC.3Z7.Z.Z9 

Schnee und Regen. Song, Taubebt, C. G. W. Klange aua 

der Kinderwelt. Heft 10. No. 20 in lC.Z9a.8 

Schneeballenlied. Song, Abt, F. Lebensfruhling. Heft z. 

No. 25 in icz9a.z 
Schneeberg, Germany, Music, 
Hbydsnreich, £. C H. Musikgeschichtliche Mitteilungen 
aus Schneeberger Handschriften. [Schwarzenberg i. S. 
188-?] Facsimiles. No. 8 in iC37a4Z 

Schneeberger, Friedrich. 
Der Camogasker. Romantische Oper in einem Akt von R. 
Kelterborn. Musik von F. Schneeberger. Vollstandiger 
Klavier-Auszug. Biel. Schneeberger. [1892.] ic.39548 
Schneegloeckchen. Part-song, 
DuBaaNsa. Sechs Gresange. Op. 7. No. 14 in lC.39a.7 

Lachneb, V. Sechs Quartette. Heft i. No. 3 in ic.39a.34 
Maibr, J. J. No.8inicz3a7 

Schneegloeckchen. Song, 
Abt, F. Funf Lieder. Op. 103. No. 2 in lC.Z9a.a 

Schumann, R. A. Lieder fiir die Jugend. Abtheilung 2. 

No. 3 in ica44.z5.3; etc 
Taurbrt, C. G. W. Klange aus der Kinderwelt. Heft 7. 

No. iz inicz9a.7 
SchneegloecUeiii. Duet, Hennig. 20 ein und zweistimmige 
Lieder. No. 17 in lC.ao3.8 

Schneewittchen. For orchestra. Bbndbl. Marchenbilder. 

No. I in lC.33a.5 
Schneewittchen. Part-song, Rbinbcke, C H. C 

No. 7 in M.ao3.Z9 
Schneidegruaa an die Heimath. Part-song. Abt, F. 8 vier- 
stimmige Mannergesange. Op. 336, Heft z. 

No. 4 in lC.39a.a 
Schneider, F. H., compiler, 
Flottenlieder. Eine Sammlung der besten Seemanns- 
Flotten- u. Meereslieder mit leichter Klavierbegleitung 
ausgewahlt und bearbeitet. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Har- 
tel. [1901.] ll-37a.59 

Schneider, Friedrich. See Schneider, Johann Christian Fried- 
rich. « 
Schneider, Johann. See Schneider, Johann Gottlob. 
Schneider, Johann Christian Friedrich. 
Abendlied, wenn man aus dem Wirthshaus geht [t. t. b. b.]. 
(In Orpheus. Band i, pp. 45, 46.) No. 31 in lC.za9a43.z 
Absalon. Oratorium von Adolf Bruggemann. In Musik 
gesetzt von Friedrich Schneider. Partitur. Dessau. 
[182-?] Ii-B43.a4 
Absence. [Part-song, t. t. r b.] (In The Orpheus. New 
series. Vol. 3, pp. 9>i>4-) No. 22 in M.ao5.za3 
Alto to be fooad la Orpheui glee book. 

Agnus Dei [s. s. t. B. Accomp. d'orgue]. (In Dietsch. 

Repertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 34-37.) 

No. 8 in lLa6aao 
Aufs Wohl der Frauen. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die 

deutsche Liedertafel. P. zi.) No. zz inicaz3.9 

Ave Maria. [A 4 voix. Accomp. d'orgue.] (In Dietsdi. 

Repertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 119-Z21.) 

No. 25 in lc.a6aao 
Children of your Father's mercy. Air [and chorus] from 

the oratorio 'The deluge.'' [Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

(In Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol 2, 

pp. 232-237.) No. 55 in ic.zzz^.a 

Christus das Kind. Oratorium in 3 Abtheilungen von 

Philipp Mayer. In Musik gesetzt von Friedrich 

Schneider. Clavierauszug. Halberstadt. Bruggemann. 

[183-?] icaaa.z7 

Deus Noster, audi nos. Quintett [s. s. & s. s. Accomp. for 

organ]. (In Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, pp. 20-23.) 

No. 7 in M.a6az7.a 



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THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



Schneider 



Schneider, Johann Christian Friedrich. (Continued.) 

Die Ehrenmanner. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 3.) No. 3 inll.az3.9 

£s lebe hochl [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 138.) No. 89 in 11.213.9 

Die Freude. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. Pp. 118, 119.) No. 80 in 11.2x3.9 

Freundschaft. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 6.) No. 6 in 11.2x341 

Frisches Leben. [Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 9, p. 
10.) No. 4 in M.X99&43i^ 

Fur uns. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche Lieder- 
tafel. Pp. 22, 23.) No. 22 in 11.2x3.9 

Gethsemane und Golgotha. Charfreitags-Oratorium. Text 
von Wilhelm Schubert Ftir Chor und Soli componirt 
von Friedrich Schneider. Neue Ausgabe. Clavier-Aus- 
zug. Leipzig. Forberg. [186-?] No. 3 in II.27047 

Gideon. Oratorium in 2 Abtheilungen von A. Bruggemann. 
In Musik gesetzt von Friedrich Schneider. Clavieraus- 
zug. Halberstadt. Briiggemann. [183-?] M.a22.x6 

Grand quatuor pour le piano forte, violon, alto et violon- 
celle. GEuv. 34. [Partition piano seul.] Bonn. Sim- 
rock. [ 182-?] No. 5 in 11.3x2.34 

Great is the Lord. Chorus. {In Handel and Haydn So- 
ciety Collection of sacred music Vol. 4, pp. 87-93.) 

No. 8 in ll.a2x.224 

Gute Nachtl [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. Pp. 185, 186.) No. 121 in 11.213.9 

Harzlieder, fur vier Mannerstimmen. 99. Werk. Dessau. 
Aue. [1834.] No. 42 in 11.392.23 

Comisnis, — Der Gcitt dca Falkentteiiis. — Berg. — Fruhlingtiied. — 
Wer nicht liebt. — Licdertafelexamcn [bak. Solo, t. t. b. b.]. — Lied 
iOr rdtende Liedertafl«r. 

„Der Herr ist mein Hirte." Der XXIIL PsalnL Fur 4 

Mannerstimmen componirt von Friedrich Schneider. 

Leipzig. Hof meister. [ 184-?] No. 8 in II.270.59 

Hoffnung. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche Lieder- 
tafel. Pp. 95, 96.) No. 68 in 11.2x3.9 
Holy Lord God of hosts. [Motet.] {In Handel and Hadyn 

Society Collection of sacred music. Vol. 4, p. 94.) 

No. 9 in 11.221.224 
Ich bin nicht gern allein. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 

deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 24, 25.) No. 24 in 11.2x3.9 

Also to be found In Oiphent; Dm RfltU. 
Kommt, Freunde, trinket froh mit mir. [Mannerchor.] 

{In Orpheus. Band i, p. 51.) No. 35 in Il.xa9a43.i 

Konig ^alomo's Weisheit. I Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 

deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 158, 159.) No. 104 in 11.2x3.9 
Lasset die Freund'. [Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 

I, pp. II, 12.) No. 9 in lf.X29a43.x 

Let us be joyful. A four-part song [t. t. a b.]. {In The 

Orpheus. New series. Vol. 4, pp. 156-162.) 

No. 33 in ll.205.xa4 
Liebe, Wein und Gesang. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 

deutsche Liedertafel. P. 27.) No. 26 in 11.2x3.9 

Lied auf dem Wasser zu singen. [Mannerchor.] {In 

Orpheus. Band 10, pp. 43-45-) No. 62 in lf.x29a.43.xo 
Der Liedertafler Willkommen. [Minnerchor.] {In Fink. 

Die deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 124, 125.) No. 84 in 11.213.9 
Mihi Jesu mellifluus. ic.-s. solo. [Accomp. for organ.] {In 

Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, p. 57.) No. 20 in 11.260.17.2 
Minnelied [t. t. b. b.]. {In Orpheus. Band 9> P- 37) 

No. 22 in ll.X29a^3.9 
Missa fiir 4 Singstimmen, mit Begleitung von 2 Violinen, 

Bratsche, Violoncell und Contrabass, Flote, 2 Oboen, 2 

Clarinetten, 2 Fagotte, 2 Horner, 2 Posaunen, Trom- 

peten und Pauken. 55. Werk. Partitur. Offenbach a. M. 

Andr6. [182-?] No. i in ll.22x.37 

Monody on Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy [t. t. b. b.]. {In 

Musical times. [Music] Vol. 2, p. 134.) No. 11 in 11.X75.X.2 
Noah's Mahnung. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. 145.) No. 95 in 11.2x3.9 

O Jesu, Bone Pastor. Quartetto. [Accomp. for organ.] 

{In Novello. Evening service. Vol. 2, pp. 357-359-) 

ll.26a23.2 



Schneider, Johann Christian Friedrich. (CanUnued,) 

O Jesu, Bone Pastor. Terzetto for 3 s. voices. [Accomp. 
for organ.] {In Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, pp. 
76-79.) No. 24 in Il4i6ax7.2 

O memoriale mortis Domini, s. (or t.) solo. [Accomp. 
for 3 violoncellos or organ.] {In Novello. Convent 
music. Vol. 2, pp. 35-37,) No. I2inll.26ax7.2 

Pharao. Oratorium in 2 Abtheilungen von A. Bruggemann. 
In Musik gesetzt von Friedrich Schneider. Clavieraua- 
zug. Halberstadt. Bruggemann. [182-?] 11.222.20 

Polterabend. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. Pp. too, loi.) No. 71 in 11.2x3.9 

Der 67»*« Psalm. „Gott sei uns gnUdig, und segne uns." 
Zweichorig fur Mannerstimmen mit Begleitung von 
Blase-Instrumenten, Paucken, Violoncelle und Contra- 
bass. [Partitur.] Berlin. Trautwein & Co. [184-?] 

No. 4 in lf.2ax.x 

So sagen die Weisen. [MEnnerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 
i» P- 39) No. 27 in M.x29a^3.x 

Die Sterne. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 121.) No. 82 in 11.2x3.9 

Die Stindfluth. Oratorium von E. von Groote. In Musik 
gesetzt von Friedrich Schneider. Vollstandiger Clavier- 
Auszug. Bonn. Simrock. [18 — ?] Il.a22.x5 

Das verlorene Paradies. Oratorium in 3 Abtheilungen, 
von Heinrich de Maries. In Musik gesetzt von Fried- 
rich Schneider. Clavierauszug. Halberstadt Brugge- 
mann. [183-?] If.222.x8 

Wald. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche Lieder- 
tafel. Pp. 112, 113.) No. 78 in 11.2x3.9 

Wanderlied. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche Lieder- 
tafel. P. 89.) No. 62 in 11.2x3.9 

Warnung vor dem Wasser. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 162, 163.) No. 106 in 11.2x3.9 

Was wir wollen. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 139.) No. 90 in 11.2x3.9 

Das Weltgericht. Oratorium von August Apel. In Musik 
gesetzt von Friedrich Schneider. Partitur. Mit latei- 
nischem Texte von Carl Niemeyer. Leipzig. Breitkopf 
& Hartel. [1819.] M.X52.X9 

Same. Klavierauszug. Leipzig. Hof meister. [182-?] 

If.222.x9 

Wir sind nunmehr beim letzten Glas. [Mannerchor.] {In 
Fink. Die deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 180, 181.) 

No. ii7inM.2X3.9 

Zum Gedachtnisstrunke. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 187, 188.) No. 122 in lf.2X3.9 

Zum Lobe der Wirthin. [Mannerchor.) {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 8, 9.) No. 8 in lf.2X3.9 

Schneider, Johann Christian Friedrich, editor, 

Catel. Les aubergistes de quality. If.a30.39 

Mozart. Don Juan. 1^3x042 

Spontimi, G. L. p. La vestale. If.x5z.x3 

Schneider, Johann Christian Friedrich. Works about. 

Neumann, W. Friedrich Schneider. Eine Biographic. 
Cassel. 1854. Portrait. No. i in lf.20s.a3 

Schneider, Johann Gottlob. 

Alma Redemptoris. A solo, duett and trio for 3 s. voices 
and chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Novello. Con- 
vent music. Vol. 2, pp. 10^104.) No. 36 in lf.26ax7.a 

Ave Regina. Duett [s. s.] and chorus [s. s. 8.]. Adapted 
with additions by V. Novello. [Accomp. for organ.] 
{In Novello. Convent music. Vol. i, pp. 95-97.) 

No. 7 in If.a6ax7.x 

Eia Mater, fons amoris. Trio for s. voices. [Accomp. 
for organ.] {In Novello. Convent music VoL i, pp. 
I34» I35-) No. 21 in lf.26ax7.x 

Fantasie und Fuge ftir die Orgel. 3. Werk. Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. [183-?] No. 5 in 1^3x248 

Pater de coelis Deus. Solo for s. and chorus for 4 s. 
[Accomp. for organ.] {In Novello. Convent mnsic 
Vol. 2, pp. 6, 7.) No. 2 in Ii.a0ax7.2 

Die rechte Liebe. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. -Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 173.) No. iiain lf.2X3.9 



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Schneider^ Johann Gottlob. (Continued,) 
Sancta Maria. Trio for s. voices. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Novello. Convent music Vol. 3, pp. 30, 31.) 

No. 10 in M.96ai7.a 
Das Vcilchen im Thale. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 174, 175.) No. 113 in 11.213.9 
Virgo fidelis. Trio and chorus for 3 s. voices, with organ 
obligato. (In Novello. Convent music Vol. i, pp. 
1 21-135.) No. 15 in M.960.I7.X 

Wein» Gesang und Kuss. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 177, 178.) No. 115 in M.a 13.9 
Schneider, Johann Julius. 
An den Gesang. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 144.) No. 94 in 11.2x3.9 

Bundeslied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Fink. Die deutsche Lieder> 
taf el. Pp. z68, 169.) No. 109 in 11^x3.9 

Das Lied vom Wein [t. t. b. b.]. (In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. Pp. 148^ 149.) No. 97 in 11.2x3.9 

Schneider, Julius. See Schneider, Johann Julius. 
Schneider, Lina. 
Bonifacius. Oratorium. Musik von W. F. G. NicolaT. 

M.267.28 

Schneider, Ludwig. 

Geschichte der Oper und des Koniglichen Opernhauses in 

Berlin. Berlin. Duncker & Humblot. 1852. Il.2x5.x9 

Schneider, Paul Friedrich. 

Drei Lieder fur Mannerchor und Solo. Op. 5. Bonn. 

Simrock. [184-?] No. 43 in II.392.23 

ContenU. — Fahr wohL — Winterabend. — Bdm Abendlautcn. 

Schneider, Theodor. 

Lied und Freud. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche 

Sangerhalle. Vol. 4> P- 8.) No. 3 in 11.39242.4 

Nun kommt der Friihling wieder. [Mannerchor.] (In 

Gruber. Sangeshort. Heft i, pp. 49, 50.) No. i in 11.370.30 

Schneider-Lied. Part-song. Blum, C. L No. 47 in 11.2x3.9; ^tc. 

Nksslks. No. 17 in II.392.37 

Schneiders Lust und Letd. Part-song. Schmidt, G. Drei 

Gedichte. Op. 51. No. 27 in M.392.23 

Schnepfenlied. Part-song. Lachnbr, V. No. 2 in ll.392.37 

Schneder, August. See Schneiler, Ferdinand Alexander 

August 
Schnesler, Ferdinand Alexander August. 
Die verlassene Miihle. Fur Tenor- oder Sopran-Solo 
und Mannerchor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte com- 
ponirt von Templeton Strong. No. 9 in M.212.X7 

Schnitter Tod. Part-song. Becker, A. £. A. No. 5 in M.2X2.3 
Brahms. Deutsche Volkslieder. Heft 2. No. 3 in 11.204.7 
Schumann. Romanzen und Balladen fur Chor. 

No. 5 in ll.x58.24; etc 
Schnitterlied. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. 12 Lieder. Op. 9. 

No. 3 in M.22X.a6 

Schnitzer, Ignaz. 

Der Hexenspiegel. Komische Oper. Musik von Edmund 

Eysler. M.389.38 

Rafaela. Komische Oper. Text von Ad. Schirmer und J. 

Schnitzer. Musik von Max Wolf. No. 2 in M.326.a9 

Der Zigeunerbaron. Operette. Musik von Johann Strauss. 

M.323.X4 
Schnitser, J. See Sclinitser, Ignaz. 

Schnur, Die, die Perl' an Perle. Song. Brahms. Lieder und 

Gesange. Op. 57, Heft 2. No. i in iC38o4a2 

Schnyder von Wartensee, Franz Xaver. 

Ergo bibamus. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 9, pp. 

I2» 13.) No. 6 in M.x29a^3.9 

Fortunat mit dem Sackel und Wtinschhtitlein. Mahrchen- 

Oper von G«;org Doring. In Musik gesetzt von X. 

Schnyder von Wartensee. Vollstandiger vom Com- 

ponisten verfasster Clavierauszug. Eberfeld. Betzhold. 

[183-?] M.X51.25 

If in that breast. Romance and duet [s. t. Accomp. for 

pianoforte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 132-134.) 

No. 42 in M.235.X8.3 

Lebenserinnerungen von Xaver Schnyder von Wartensee. 

Hrsg. von der Stiftung von Schnyder von Wartensee. 

Zurich. Hug. 1887. M.206.X8 



Schnyder von Wartensee^ Franz Xaver. (Continued.) 
Zeit und Ewigkeit. Ein Oratorium fur Mannerstimmen. 
Aus drei geistlichen Liedem von Klopstock zusammen- 
gestellt und componirt von Xaver Schnyder von War- 
tensee. Clavier-Auszug. N. p. [182-?] Lithograph 
script. No. 3 in M.X5M6 

Schober, Franz von. 
Alfonso und Estrella. Romantische Oper von Franz 
Schubert. ll.32a.xz 

Schoelcher, Victor. 
The life of Handel. London. Trubner & Co. 1857. Il.x05.a8 

A portrait and newspaper cuttings are inserted. 
Schoen, Eduard, Fitter von. 
Akme und Septimius. Chor (t. t. b. b.] mit Piano. Von 
E. S. Engelsberg [Pseud.]. Hamburg. Cranz. (188-?] 

No. 5 in 11.392^ 
Das Aleph. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 27 in 11.392.7 
Die alt en Lieder. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. 
[ 188-?] No. 44 in 11.392.7 

„Am obern Langbathsee." Fiir Solo-Quartett [t. t. d. b.], 
Chor [t. t. b. b.] und Pianoforte-Begleitung. Wien. 
Wessely. [ 188-?] No. 10 in M.392.28 

Same. Finland love song [t. t. b. b. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. Adapted to the English words of Th. Moore, by 
Joseph Mosenthal. New York. Schuberth & Co. 1879. 

No. 6 in 11.392.8 

Same. On upper Langbathsea. Finland love song [t. t. 

B. B.]. English version by Ellis Gray. Boston. Ditson & 

Co. [ 188-?] No. 7 in ii.392.8 

Aufruf. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 2 in lf.392.8 
Die Berge. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 43 in lt.392.7 
Das Bienchen. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 30 in M. 392.7 
Ein Bild aus Neapel. Gedicht von Hebbel. Fur Manner- 
chor mit Pianofortebegleitung componirt von E. S. 
Engelsberg [Pseud.]. Wien. Spina. [1870?] 

No. 4 in 11.39244 
Der Blumen Schwester und der Sterne. Tenor-Solo mit 
Chor [t. t. b. b.] und Pianoforte-Begleitung. Wien. 
Wessely. [187-?] No. 5 in IL39244 

Der Einsiedler. [Mannerchor.] Mit Pianoforte-Beglei- 
tung. Wien. Wessely. [1884?] No. 7 in M.39244 
Es ist bestimmt in Gottes Rath. [Mannerchor.] Ham- 
burg. Cranz. (188-?] No. 39 in II.399.7 

Far away. See his So weit 

Finland love song. See his Am obern Langbathsee. 

Der Fischer. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 46 in 11.392.7 

Die Flucht der Liebe. Bariton-Solo mit Chor [t. t. b. b.] 
und Pianoforte-Begleitung. Wien. Wessely. [1884?] 

No. 8 in 11.39244 

Friihlingsbrausen. [Mannerchor mit Pianoforte-Beglei- 
tung.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] No. 8 in lf.392.28 

Die Gestirne. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 26 in lf.392.7 

Der Gliickliche. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche 
Sangerhalle. Vol. 4, pp. 49-5^1*) No. 18 in 11.392424 

Der Glticksritter. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. 
[ 188-?] No. 40 in 1I.39M 

„Gri]ss dich Gott." [Mannerchor.] Wien. Buchholz & 
Diebel. [ 188-?] ' No. 48 in 1^99*7 

Heimweh. Fiir Bariton-(oder Alt-) Solo und Mannerchor 
mit Begleitung des Pianoforte (oder des Harfes). Par- 
titur. Wien. Wessely. [188-?] No. 9 in lf.39244 

Heini von Steier. Dorpertanzweise f. 4 stimm. Mannerg. 
mit Pianofte. Wien. Haslinger. [187-?] 

No. 10 in 11.39244 

Der Jagersmann. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

Na 25 in if.392.7 

Kathchen Putiphar. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. 
[ 188- ?] No. 7 in ll.393.a8 



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Die Kleine. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [i88-?] 

No. 3 in M.393J 

Dcr Konig von Yvetot. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. 

[ 188-?] No. 41 in 11.393.7 

Das Land der Ahnen. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. 

[ 188-?] No. 29 in M.39a.7 

Die Liebe aU Nachtigall. [Mannerchor.] Mit Pianoforte- 

Begleitung. Wien. Wessely. [1884?] No. 6 in M.39a44 

Same. Love as a nightingale. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.]. 

English version by Charles J. Sprague. [Boston. Apollo 

Club.] 1885. No. 49 in M.39a.7 

Love song. See his Minnelied. 

Margherita. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 24 in 1I.399.7 

Meine Muttersprache. [Mannerchor mit bar. Solo. Wien. 

Wessely. 188-?] No. 17 in M.39a.39 

Same. My native tongue. [Part-song, bar. solo, t. t. b. b.] 

English words by Chas. J. Sprague. [Boston. Apollo 

Club.] 1880. No. I in M.39a.36 

Minnelied [t. t. b. b.]. Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 33 in M.39a.7 
Same. Love song [t. t. b. b.]. English version by Charles 
J. Sprague. [Boston. Apollo Club.] 1884. 

No. 34 in 11.392.7 
MMinneweise." [Mannerchor.] Wien. Wessely. [188-?] 
^ No. 47 in 11.392.7 

Miramare. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [i88~?] 

No. 36 in if.392.7 
Morgenlied [bar. Solo, t. t. b. b.]. Hamburg. Cranz. 
[ i88-?l No. 31 in 11.392.7 

My native tongue. See his Meine Muttersprache. 
.^Nachtlied." Tenor-Solo mit Chor [x. t. b. b.]. Wien. 
Wessely. [188-?] No. 18 in IL392.39 

Das Nest. [Mannerchor mit Pianofortebegleitung.] Ham- 
burg. Cranz. [188-?] No. 9 in if .392.28 
On upper Langbathsea. See his Am obern Langbathsee. 
Der Papegan. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 45 in 11.392.7 
£in Paradies. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [18^?] 

No. 38 in ii.392.7 

Poeten auf der Aim. Mannerchor mit Pianoforte- Beglei- 

tung. Wien. Wessely. [187-?] No. 20 in 11.2x24 

Singermarsch. [Mannerchor.] (Jn Abt Deutsche Sanger- 

halle. Vol. 3, pp. 66-72.) No. 21 in IL39242.3 

Der schwere Traum. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. 

[ 188-?] No. 33 in M-39^7 

So far away. See his So weit 

So viel Stern' am Himmel stehen [t. t. b. b.]. Hamburg. 
Cranz. [188-?] No. 28 in M.392.7 

„So weit!" [Mannerchor.] Wien. Wessely. [188-?] 

No. 15 in lf.392.39 
Same. Far away. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] English words 
by Chas. J. Sprague. Boston. Apollo Club. 1880. 

No. 2 in 11.392.36 
Same. So far away. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Mosenthal. 
Songs of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 138-143.) 

No. 37 in 11.204.38 
Ein statistischer Bericht des Landburgermeisters. Chor 
[t. t. b. b.] mit Piano. Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 6 in 11.392.28 
Studentenherz. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 5 in 11.392.8 
Unter der Loreley. [Mannerchor.] (In Stuttgarter Lieder- 
kranz. Mannerchor-Album. Pp. 21-23.) No. 5 in 11.203.22 
Der verrweifelte Liebhaber. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. 
Cranz. [ 188-?] No. 37 in lf.393-7 

Waldesweise. [M&nnerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 
halle. VoL 4, pp. 12, 13.) No. 5 in ii.39242.4 

Der Wanderer an der Sagemiihle. [Mannerchor.] Ham- 
burg. Cranz. [188-?] No. 4 in lf.392.8 
Die Weide. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 35 in if.392.7 

„Die Wunderbriicke." Tenor-Solo mit Chor [t. t. b. a]. 

Wien. Wessely. [188-?] No. 16 in M.392.39 



Schoen, Eduard, Ritter von. (ConHnuedJ 
Zwanzig Jahre. [Mannerchor.] Hamburg. Cranz. [188-?] 

No. 42 in lf*392.7 

Zwolftausend Magdelein. [Mannerchor.] Braunschweig. 

Bauer. [ 187-?] No. 23 in M.393.7 

Schoen, Rudolf. 

Maiennacht. Fur Mannerchor. Op. 26. Wien. Rebay & 

Robitschek. [ 188-?] No. 44 in lf.399.23 

Schoen Aennchen. Sang. Raff. Sanges-Friihling. Heft 3. 

No. 3 in lf.1924. 

Schoen Anna von Ortrant. Part-song. 

Abt, F. No. 3 in 11.392.35 

JuNa Drei Gesange. Op. 16. No. 37 in if .392.11 

Schoen Annie. Overture. Cooper, H. C. No. 3 in ll.332.z1 

Schoen Bluemelein. Duet. Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 

10, Band i. ll*3i6.z.zaz 

Schoen Ella. Opera. For the Music see Mmnchner, H. A. 

For the Libretto see Kind. 
Schoen Ellen. Cantata. For the Music see Brnch. For the 

Libretto see Geibel, E. 
Schoen Elsabeth. Cantata. For the Music see Hecht, G. 

For the Libretto see Heete. 
Schoen Elschen. Sang. Raff. Sanges-Friihling. Heft 3. 

No. 3 in 11.1924 
Schoen Else. Part-sang. Gribsingbr, A. No. i in ic.370i30 
Schoen Hedwig. Cantata. For the Music see HUler, F. For 

the Libretto see Hebbel. 
Schoen ist das Fest. Duet. Schumann, R. A. Zwolf Gedichte 
aus Riickerts Liebesfriihling. No. 1 1 in IC244.Z5.Z 

Schoen ist das Fest. Part-sang. Schumann, R. A. Minnespiel. 

No. 12 in M.244.Z5.3; etc. 
Schoen Karin. Opera. For the Music see GriebeL For the 

Libretto see ChristiaiiBen. 
Schoen Rohtraut. Volksweise. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidge- 
noessischer Saengerverein. Mannerchore fur das I3te 
. . . Sangerfest. Pp. 24-26.) No. 3 in 11.Z30.7 

Alto to be found in Dai Rutli. 

Schoen-Rohtraut. Part-sang. Schumann, R. A. Romanzen 

und Balladen fur Chor. No. 4 in lf.z58.^; etc 

Veit. No. 30 in M.3ga4z.i ; etc. 

Schoen sind, doch kalt, die Himmelssterne. Sang. Strauss, 

R. 6 Lieder aus „Lotosblatter." Op. 19. 

No. 13 in IL380.24.Z 

Schoen Suschen. Song. Gruber, G. W. Gottfried August 

Biirgers Gedichte. Vol. 2. No. 1 1 in M.i30.g^ 

Schoen Toro. Part-song. GRiEa Album ftir Mannergesang. 

Op. 30. No. 6 in M.203.Z4 

Schoen war, das ich dir weihte. Song. Brahms. Sieben 

Lieder. Op. 95. No. 13 in M.38040.2 

Schoenbart. Song. Abt, F. Drei komische Lieder. 

No. 24 in 1CZ92.Z 
Schoenbeck, Otto. 
Die letzten Tage von Thule. Grosse romantische Oper. 
Musik von G. Rauchenecker. 11*383.65 

Schoene, Alfred Kurt Immanuel, editor. 
Hauptmann, M. Brief e an Franz Hauser. Band i. Leip- 
zig. 187 1. Portrait. Il.z37.z4 

Letters of a Leipzig cantor. Edited by Alfred Schone. 

and Ferdinand Hiller. London. 1892. 2 v. M.zo6.zo 

Schoene, Gustav. 
Jubilaumslied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Saechsischer Elbgau- 

Saengerbund. Jubilaums Gesange. Pp. 2, 3.) 

No. I in 11.392.24 
Schoene Alda, Die. Symphonic poem. MacDowell. Die 

Sarazenen. No. i in ic.338.24 

Schoene Blume, hiite dich. Part-song. Schreck, G. E. 

No. 2 in ll.392.24 
Schoene Donna 1 Song. Mozart. No. 4 in lf.204.37.z 

Schoene Flamanderin, Die. Opera. For the Music see 

Auber. Les chaperons blancs. 
Schoene Fremde. Sang. Schumann, R. A. Lieder-Kreis von 

Eichendorf f . No. 12 in M.244.Z5.Z ; etc» 

Schoene Galathe, Die. Opera. For the Music see Snpp^. 

For the Libretto see Kohl von Kohlenegg. 



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Schoene Maria, Die. Song, Curschmann. Curschmann- 

Albttm. No. I in M.157.37 

Schoene Melusine. CaiUaia. For the Music see Hofmann, 

H. C J. For the LiBuno see Osterwald. 
Schoene Melusine, Die. Opira, For the Music see HentscheL 

For the Libbxtto see Hoffschlaeger. 
Schoene Melasine. Owrturf. Mendxlssohn-Baktholdy, J. L. 
F. No. 4 in Ii.346.z4 

Schoene Minka. Part-sang. Erk. Volksklange. 

No. I in M.z3a8 

Schoene Mtillerin, Die. Opera. For the Music see Paisiello. 

Schoene Mullerin, Die. Songs, Bkrgbb, L Gesange aus 

einem gesellschaftlichen Liederspiele. No. 18 in M.aai.30 

ScHUBBBT, F. P. Werke. Serie ao, Band 7- 

M.3Z7.z.ao.7;etc 
Schoene Nachbarin, Die. Part-song, 
DasGBRT, A. No. 75 in X. 391.3 

GuBTH. Drei heitere Solo-Qnartette. Op. 39- 

No. 36 in lf.39a.zo 
Schoene Schusterin, Die. Songs, Bbbthovbn. Werke. Serie 

25. lMi3«i*35 

Schoene Welt, wo bist du? Song, Schubebt, F. P. Werke. 

Serie ao, Band 6. M.3Z7.z.aa6 

Schoene Wiege meiner Leiden. Song, Schuuakn, R. A 

Liederkreis von Heine. No. i in 1I.944.Z5.Z 

Schoeneheck^ Carl Siegmund. 

Der Wunder-Igel. Bine comische Operette in einem Auf- 

zuge, von F. E. Jester. In Musik gesetzt von C. S. 

Schoenebek. [Klavierauszug.] Konigsberg. Nicolovius. 

[ 1793*] No. 3 in M.35aza 

Schoener als Alles. Song, Abt, F. Fiinf Lieder. Op. 93. 

No. 33 in ll.Z9a.z 

Schoener Augen schone Strahlen. Song. Brahms. Deutsche 

Volkslieder. Heft 6. No. 14 in 11^3040.3 

Schoener Mai, bist ueber Nacht. Fbamz, R. Sechs Gesange. 

Op. 3a No. 88 in 11.944.5.8 

Schoen!eld» . 

Jahrbttch der Tonkunst von Wien und Prag. [Prag.] 

Schonfeld. 1796. Plate. li-377-9 

Scfaoenate LiebCi Die. J^art-song, An, F. Sieben leichte 

Mannerchore. Op. 383, Heft i. No. 7 in M.39a.35 

Schoenste Lied, Das. Cantata, For the Music see StritBko. 

For the Libbbtto see Scheie. 

Schoenste Madchen, Das, im Stadtchen. Opera, For the 

Music see Conradi. For the Libbbtto see Winterfeld. 

Schoenste Schatz, mein Engel. Song, Bbahus. Deutsche 

Volkslieder. Heft 3. No. 11 in il.38o4a3 

Schoenste Schenkin, Die. Part-song, Tschirch, F. W. 

No. 35 in 11.399.8 
Schoensten Lieder, Die. Part-song, Lbdbb. Vier Lieder. 

No. 22 in ll.z94.16 
Schoenster Herr Jesu. Taubbbt, C G. W. 6 geistliche 
Lieder. Op. 142 b. No. 30 in M.Z93.7 

Schoenster Schmuck. Part-song, Abt, F. Sechs Lieder fiir 
vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 437, Heft 2. No. 15 in M.39a.a 
Schoepf^ Friedrich Wilhelm Traugott. 
Sechs Gesange von Wielfried von der Neun [Pseud.]. 
Fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte componirt von R. Schumann. No. 7 in 11.244.15.3 
Schoepfnng, Die. Oratorio. For the Music see Haydn, F. J. 
Scholar's relapse. The. Song, Abnb, T. A. Lyric harmony. 
Vol. 2. 11.380.Z.9 

Scholx, Bemhard. 
Caesar Franck, Die Seligketten (Les B^titudes). Erlautert. 
Frankfurt a. M. Bechhold. [1894. Der Musikfuhrer. 
No. II, 12.] No. II, 12 in Il.ai7.z2.z 

Clavierconcert mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 57. 
Partitur. Breslau. Hainauer. [188-?] No. 2 in 11.342.34 
Edgar Tinel, Franciscus. Frankfurt a. M. Bechhold. 
[1894. Der Musikfiihrer. No. 2.] No. 2 in II.217.Z2.1 

Die Frosch' und die Unken. [Mannerchor. Leipzig. 
Leuckart. 186-? Deutsche Sangerhalle. 10.] 

No. 44 in lf.399.24; No. 10 in II.39249.Z 
Golo. Romantische Oper in einem Vorspiel und 3 Auf- 






Schols, Bernhard. (Continued,) 

ziigen, frei nach Ludwig Tieck von Bemhard Scholz. 

Partitur. Hamburg. Pohle. (1890?] Il.996.z7 

Same. [Klavier-Auszug.] ll.399.zo 

The tltle-pag« ii missing. 

Im Freien. Concertstiick in Form einer Ouverture fiir 
Orchester. Op. 21. Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Bieder* 
mann. [186-?] No. i in IM05.56 

[Iphigenia auf Tauris.] Ouverture zu Goethe's Iphigenia 
auf Tauris fur grosses Orchester. Op. 15. Partitur. 
Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. [186-?] No. 2 in IM05.56 

Leb' wohl, du schoner Waldt [Mannerchor.] (/» Abt 
Leichte Mannerchore. Heft 12, pp. 16-18.) 

No. 75 in 11.946.99 

Das Lied von der Glocke von Friedrich Schiller. Fiir 
Soli, Chor, Orchester und Orgel componirt von Bern- 
hard Scholz. Werk 61. ClavieraOszug. Breslau. Hainauer. 
[ 187-?] No. I in 11.904.96 

Mirandolina. Komische Oper in drei Auf ziigen. Dichtung 
frei nach Goldoni's „La locandiera" von Theobald Reh- 
baum. Musik von Bernhard Scholz. Klavierauszug (mit 
Text]. Frankfurt a. M. Fimberg. [1908?] 1M79-9 

The overture is srranged for four hands. 

Quartett, Zweites, fiir Saiten-Instrumente (2 Violinen, Viola 
und Violoncell). Op. 48. Partitur. Breslau. Hainauer. 
[ 187-?] No. 3 in ll.334.z4 

Quintett fur Pianoforte, zwei Violinen, Viola und Violon- 
cell. Op. 25. Bremen. Cranz. [ 186-?] No. 2 in ll4iaio7 

Requiem fiir Soli, Chor und Orchester. Op 16. Partitur. 
Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1863.] lf.90z.9Z 

Standchen an eine Verlassene. Gedicht von Gottfried 
Keller. Fur Mannerchor mit Begleitung von Streich- 
instrumenten oder des Claviers componirt von Bernhard 
Scholz. Op. 58. Partitur mit unterlegtem Clavieraus- 
zug. Breslau. Hainauer. [187-?] No. 3 in ll.38az6 

Still are there hearts. [Part-song, t. t. b. b. Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] New York. Schirmer. [1884.] 

No. 5 in lf.399.3z 

Symphonic fiir grosses Orchester, B dur. Op. 60. Par- 
titur. Breslau. Hainauer. (188-?] No. 3 in M. 349.34 

Symphonic fur Orchester, A-moU. Op. 80. Partitur. 
Frankfurt a. M. Firnberg. [189-?] lf.404.14 

Tanz im Lager. Einleitung zum 3ten Akt der Oper 
„Zieten'sche Husaren." Op. 30. Partitur. Berlin. Bote 
& Bock. [i8;6?] No. i in lf.331.zz 

Wanderung. Suite von Characterstucken fur Orchester. 
Op. 74- Partitur. Frankfurt a. M. Fimberg. (188-?] 

No. I in If .410.80 

ConitniM, — I. Gebirgsgruss. s. Libelle und WssserfeL 3. Eruuieni 
und Tritunen. 4. Tans. 5. Abend! rieden ; Heimweg. 

Schols, Bernhard, editor. 

Bach, J. S. Praludium fiir die Orgel. Fur grosses Or- 
chester bearbeitet. No. i in lf.333.6 
Schon eilet froh der Ackersmann. Aria, Haydn, F. J. 

No. 4 in lf.904.37 

Schon lacht der holde Friihling. Part-song. Mozart. Werke. 

Serie 94. lf.3Z5.z.a4 

Schon ruht von Nacht und Staub bedeckt. Motet. Schicht. 

Motetten. Heft 10. No. 10 in M.936.Z9 

Schon streckt' ich. Song. Wolf, H. Italienisches Lieder- 

buch. Band a. If.38a99.9 

School girl, The. Opera. For the Music see Barrett, T. For 

the Libretto see Hamilton, H. 
School-Music Journal. Vol. i, no. la Boston. Gilson. 1886. 

No. 4 in M.Z39.5 
School, The, of Anacreon. Cantata, For the Music see Ame, 

T. A. Two English cantatas. 
School, The, of fugue playing. Instruction book, Czbrny. 

M.937.Z3 

Schott (B. Schott's Sohne.) 

Verzeichniss der Verlagswerke. [Mainz. 1861-64.] 7 parts 

in I V. M.905.Z9 

Schott, E. 

Gebet. [Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 9i PP* Sh 5^*) 

No. 30 in Ii.z99a^3.9 



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Zieh', Schimmcl, zieh'. Gedicht v. R. Baumbach. Fur Bass- 
Solo und Manncrchor mit Klavierbegleitung (ad libitum) 
componirt von Carl Schotte. Op. ii. Schleusingen. 
Glaser. [i88-?] No. 5 in M^ia.15 

Schottische Taenze. For orchestra. Langey. Zwei schottische 
Tanze. No. 3 in lf.338.a1 

Schottiacher Barden-Chor. Part-song. Silcher. F. 

No. 31 in M.za9a44; etc. 
Schottlandt Thraenen. Part-song. Bruch. Das Wesso- 
brunner Gebet. No. a in M.353.ai ; etc 

Schreck^ Emmy. 

Der Falken-Rainer vom Oberland. Dichtung. Fiir Man- 

nerchor u. Soli mit Begleitung dea Pianoforte komponirt 

von Gust. E. Schreck. No. 5 in li.a03.az 

Konig Fjalar. Fiir Soli, Mannerchor und [Pianoforte] 

komponirt von Gustav E. Schreck. No. i in ll.a8o.8 

Schreck, Gustav. 

Begriissung des Meeres. Gedicht von Anastasius Grun 

[Pseud.]. Mannerchor, mit Begleitung von 2 Hornem 

und Pianoforte zu 4 Handen, komponirt von Gustav 

Schreck. Leipzig. Licht. [187-?] No. 2 in Il.a8a8 

Same. Leipzig. Kistner. [1889?] No. 6 in ll.a1a.15 

Der Falken-Rainer vom Oberland. Dichtung von Emmy 

Schreck. Ftir Mannerchor u. Soli mit Begleitung des 

Orchesters oder Pianoforte komponirt von Gust E. 

Schreck. Op. 8. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Licht. [1889?] 

No. 5 in ll.a03.az 

Gebet. Fur Mannerchor mit Baritonsolo. Leipzig. Hesse. 

[ 187-?] No. 45 in lf.39a.a3 

Im Walde. Gedicht von Paul Heyse. Ftir Tenor-Solo» 

Manner-Chor und Orchester componirt von Gustav 

Schreck. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Kistner. [187-?] 

No. 8 in M.a7az3 
Konig Fjalar. Text von E[mmy] S[chreck]. Fiir Soli, 
Mannerchor und Orchester komponirt von Gustav E. 
Schreck. Klavierauszug. Leipzig. Siegel. [i88~?] 

No. I in If .a8o.8 
Memories. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] {In The Osgood Col- 
lection of part-songs. Vol. i, pp. 40-45.) lf.Z93.a3.z 
Schone Blume, hute dichl [Mannerchor.] Op. 17. Leip- 
zig. Siegel. [1889.] No. 2 in M .39a.a4 
Schreiber, Aloys Wilhelm. 
Odins Meeresritt. Gedicht. Fiir Baritonsolo, Manner- 
chor und Orchester von Friedrich Gernsheim. 

No. 3 in M.aza.6 
Schreiber, Gustav. 
Heinrich PestalozzL Fest-Cantate ftir Mannerchor, Soli 
und Orchester. Gedichtet von Franz Knatith. Componirt 
von Gustav Schreiber. Clavier-Auszug. Magdeburg. 
Heinrichshofen. [186-?] No. 7 in lf.aza.z5 

Schreinaer, Mathias. 
Rurik's Segen. (BxarooiOBeHie PiopHica.) Ein lyrisches 
Festspiel in einem Acte. Dichtung von Ernst Lange, ins 
Russische tibersetzt von A. Scheller. Musik von Mathias 
Schreinzer. Vollstandiger Clavier-Auszug mit deutschem 
und russischem Texte. St. Petersburg. Wahrmund. 
[1826.] lf.aaaaa 

Schrey, C. 
Nur in Deutschland. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 
10, pp. 47, 48.) No. 64 in lf.za9a43.zo 

Schreyvogel, Joseph, translator. 

MoKETo Y CavaRa. Douua Diana. M.396.55 

Schricker, August. 

Meister Martin und seine Gesellen. Oper nach der Erzah- 

lung von E. T. A Hoffmann. Componirt von Wendelin 

Weissheimer. If.aa6.a6;etc. 

Schriefer, Wilhelm. 
Der Asket. Oper. Musik von Carl Schroeder. 

No. I in lf.383.37 

Der Dusle und das Babeli. Volksoper. Dichtung von 

Wilhelm Schriefer und A M. Kolloden. Musik von 

Karl von Kaskel. lf.397.36 

Eros und Psyche. Lyrisches Musikdrama. Musik von 

Max Zenger. lf.38z.7a 



Schroeder, Albert. 
Columbus. Dramatische Cantate von Julie Hallervorden. 

Fiir Solostimmen, Mannerchor und Orchester von Albert 

Schroder. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Rieter-Biedermann. 

1885. No. 8 in lf.a1a.15 

Schroeder, Carl. 
Der Asket. Oper in einem Aufzuge. Text von Wilhelm 

Schriefer. Musik von Carl Schroeder. Clavierauszug 

mit Text. Leipzig. Oberdorffer. [1893.] No. i in If .383.37 
Aspasia. Oper in 3 Aufztigen. Text von Franz Bittong. 

Musik von Carl Schroeder. [Klavierauszug.] Leipzig. 

Oberdorffer. 1892. lf.3oax7 

Schroeder, Hermann. 

Sechs kleine leichte und instructive Quartette fur a Violinen, 

Bratsche und Violoncell. Op. 8, Heft 2. [No. 4-6.] 

Mayence. Schott. [189-?] No. 3 in M^za^a 

Schroeder- Devrient, Wilhelmine. 
Gluembr, C. von. Erinnerungen an Wilhelmine Schroder- 

Devrient. Leipzig. 1862. Portrait. Facsimile. If.109.a8 
WoLZOGSN, C. A A. von. Wilhelmine Schroder-Devrient. 

Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des musikalischen Dramas. 

Leipzig. 1863. M.za9.a7;etc 

Schroeter, Johann Samuel. 

Six sonatas for the pianoforte or harpsichord, with accomp. 

for a violin and bass. Op. 2. [Score.] London. Ganer. 

[178-?] No. 6 in lf.azoiS 

Same. (Violin part] No. Z5 in lf.azo.io 

Same. [Violoncello part.] No. 14 in lf.azaia 

Schroeter, Johann Samuel, editor. 

Twelve favorite Scots songs for the voice and harpsichord, 

with an accomp. for a violin or German flute. London. 

Napier, f 17^?] No. 9 in lf.aao.z8 

Contents. — The bush Aboon Traquatr. — Peggie, I mutt love thee -> 
Lochaber. — Roaline cattle. — The laat of Patie't milL — Love it the 
cause. — Down the bum, Davie. — Tweed tide. — The birks of EuTcr- 
may. — The braea of Ballanden. — The last time I came o'er Uie 
moor. — Shepherdt, I have lott my lore. 

Schroeter, Leon hard. 
Champagne song [t. t. b. b.]. {In Chickering collection. 

Vol. I, pp. 34, 35.) No. 14 in if.39a^8.z 

Nach Norden. [Mannerchor.] {In Regensburger Lieder- 

kranz. Pp. 133, 134.) No. 57 in M .za9a44 

Nur Du. [Mannerchor.] {In Regensburger Liederkranz. 

Pp. 139-141.) No. 59 in If.za9a44 

Take, oh take those lips away. Glee [s. 8. b.], harmonized 

from a song. {In Bland. The Ladies' collection. Vol 

4, p. 451.) No. 102 in lf.a35.z74 

Zechers Wunsch. [Mannerchor.] {In Regensburger 

Liederkranz. Pp. 135-139) No. 58 in If.za9a44 

Also to be found in Dat Rutli. 

Schtschepkin-Kuperziik, T. L. See Shtchepldn-Kupemik, T. L. 
Schubaur, Lucas. See Schuhbauer, Lucas. 
Schubert, Camile, pseud. See Prilipp, Camille. 
Schubert, F. L. See Schubert, Franz Ludwig. 
Schubert, Ferdinand. 
Der kleine Sanger. Eine Sammlung von zweistimmigen 
Liedern mit Bassbegleitung. Heft 1-3. Wien. Mechithar. 
1854-56. 3 parts in i v. No. 8 in lf.373.6z 

Schubert, Franz Ludwig. 
Hans und Hanne. Liederspiel in i Act. Klavierauszug. 
Leipzig. Kahnt. [188-?] No. 2 in lf^z.9Z 

Die Orgel: ihr Bau, ihre Geschichte und Behandlung. Leip- 
zig. Merseburger. 1867. No. 4 in lf.377.15 
Vive I'empereur. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 8, 
pp. 9, 10.) No. 248 in If.za9a433 
Schubert, Franz Peter. 
Werke. Kritisch durchgesehene Gesammtausgabe. Leip- 
zig. Breitkopf & Hartcl. [1884-97] 38 v. Portrait. 
Serie i: Symphonien fiir Orchester. Partitur. 2 v. 

lf.3Z7.z.z 

CoHtents. — I. No. i, in D dur. — No. a, in B dur. — No. 3, in D dur. 

— No. 4. Tragiache Symphonie. a. No. $, in B dur. — No. 6, in C dm-. 

— No. 7, in C dur. — No. 8, in H moll. 

Serie 2: Ouverturen und andere Orchesterwerke. Par- 
titur. lf.3Z7.z.a 

Conttnts. — No. i. Ouverture sum Luttspiel mit Geaang: Der Teufel 
alt Hydraulicut. — No. a. Ouverture in D dur. — No. 3. Ouverture in 



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B dor. — No. 4. Ovrertara in D dor. — No. $, Ovrertara In D dor (im 
itaHtntichfn Stfle). «— No. tfL Onrertnra in C dnr. — No. 7. Ourcrtare 
in B mon. — No. S. Fftnf Mennetle mit mcIis Trios. — No. 9* Ffinf 
Denttelie mlt Coda vnd ricbcn Triot. — > No. 10. Menoett 

Serie 3: Octette. Partitttr. ll^i7.z.3 

CMlfirtx. — No. 1. Octett ffir a Viollnen, Viola, Violoncdl. Contrabata, 
Clarinclta, Horn vnd Fafott Ofi. i^ — No. a. Menoett ond Finale 
ainf Octctta fllr a Obott, a Clarinettcn, a HSmer ond a Fagottc. — 
No. 3. Bine kleine Trancrmoaik fBr a Clarinetten, a Fagotte^ Contra- 
iagott, a HAmer ond a Poaaonen. 

Serie 4^6. 3 v. in i. M.3z7.i.4r-6 

ComtftUs. — I. Oointctt fBr a Vlollnen, Viola, and a Violoneene. — a. 
Qoartetta ffir StreicUnetromente: No. i-is. *- 3. Trio ffir Violinc, 
VioU ond Viokmedt 

Serie 7: Pianoforte-Quintett, -Quartett and Trios. Par- 

titur ond Stimmen. 2 y. M.3Z7.Z.7 

Conitmts, — I. Oointctt ffir Pianoforte, VIoUne, Viola, ViolonceU tind 
Contrabaaa^ Ofi. 1x4. — Adagio ond Rondo concertant ffir Pianoforte, 
Violine, Vioia ond Violonedl. a. Bratea Trio ffir Pianoforte, VioUne 
ond VioloneelL Op. 99. — Zweitea Trio ffir Pianoforte, Violine and 
VioloneelL Oji. too. — Nottomo ffir Pianoforte, Violine and Violon- 
eelL Op. 148. 

Serie 8: Fur Pianoforte and ein Instrument Partitur. 

M.3Z7.Z.8 

C^nttmts, — Rondo ffir Pianoforte and Violine. Op. 70. — Senate ffir 
Pianoforte ond Violine. Op. 137. No. i-j. — Phantaale ffir Pianoforte 
and Violine. Op. IS9* — Sonate ffir Pianoforte and Violine. Op. 16a. 
— Intro du ction and Variationen fiber eln Thcma: (Mlhr Blfimlein 
aUe") ffir Pianoforte and Flfite. Op. 160. — Sonate ffir Pianoforte and 
Aipeggiooe od. VioloneelL 

Serie 9: Fur Pianoforte zu vier Handen. 3 v. 1L3Z7.Z.9 
C9m§gnh. — 1. Drei Mlnehe. Op. a^. — Seeba Miraelie. Op. 40. — 
Drd Militlrmirache. Op. si* — Traucrmarach bei Gelegenheit dee 
Todea Kalaer Alexandera I. ron Ruaaland. Op. $$, — HeroiKher 
' Maraeh bei Gelegoiheit der Salbung dee Kalaera Nicolaaa I. Ton Roaa- 
land. Op. 66. — Zwei charakteriitiBche Minche. Op. lai. — Kinder- 
maradi in G dor. a. Oarertore in F dur. Op. 34. — Oarerture in C 
dor. — Oorertore in D dor. — Sonate in B dor. Op. 30. — Sonate in 
C dor. Op. 140. — Rondo In A dar. Op. 107. — Rondo In D dar. Op. 
i3Sb — Variationen in E moll fiber ein franiMiehea Lied. Op. 10. — 
Variationen in Aa dur fiber ein Original Thema. Op. 35. — ^Variationen 
in C dor fiber ein Thema (.,Wat einst Tor Jahren"). Op. 8a, no. i. — 
Zntrodoctlon ond Variationen in B dnr fiber eln Origlnal-Thema. Op. 
8a, no. a. $. Divert liiFment A la boogrolae in G molL Op. S4* — Direr- 
tinement in E moll fiber franafiaiaclie Motlre. Op. 63. -^ Andantino 
▼arlA in H omII fiber iranafidache Motire. Op. 84, no. t. -^ Rondean 
brillant in B moll fiber fransdtische Motive. Op. 84, no. a. — Lebeni- 
atfirme. Charakteriatiaeliea Allegro in A molL Op. 144. — Phantaale 
in F molL Op. 103* — Secha Polonaiaen. Op. 61. -^ Vler Polonalaen. 
Op. 73. — Vier Lindler. — Foge in B mcilL Op. tsa. — Allegro 
moderato In C dor and Andante in A omIL — Phantaeie (aua dem 
Jahre x8io). — Phantaale (ana dem Jahre x8f i). — Phantaale (ana dem 
Jahre 1813). 

Serie 10: Sonaten fur Pianoforte. No. 1-15. M.3Z7.Z.ZO 
Serie 11: Phantasie, Impromptus und andere Stucke fur 
Pianoforte. IL3Z7.Z.ZZ 

ConigmU, — Phantaale. Op. xs* — Vler Impromptoa. Op. 90. — Vler 
Impromptoa. Op. 14a. — Momenta moaieala. Op. 94- — Adagio and 
Rondo. Op. 143. — Zdm Variationen. — Variationen fiber eln Thema 
Ton Anaelm Hfittenbrenner. — Variation fiber elncn Waltaer von Ant. 
DiabdlL -^ Andante In C dor. — Klavieratfieke in A dur. — Adagio in 
B dor. — Allegretto in C molL — Drei Klavieratficke. — Ffinf Klavier- 
atftdte. — Zwei SchcrcL — Maraeh in B dor. 

Serie 12: Tanze fur Pianoforte. No. Z'3Z, Anhang. 

M.3Z7.z.za 
Serie 13: Messen. 2 v. M.3Z7.Z.Z3 

CmiUiiU. — X. F dor. — G dor. — B dor. — C dor. a. Aa dar. — Ea 
dor. — Geainge aor Feier det heiligen Opferi der Meaae nebat elnem 
Anhange. Daa Gebet dea Herm. 

Serie 14: Kleinere Kirchenmusikwerke. Partitur. 

M.3Z7.Z.Z4 

ConUnit, — A. Mit Begleitang: Offertorium, x, a, Op. 46, 47; Salve 
Regina, Op. X33; Offertorium; Graduale, Op. 150; 3 Tantum ergo ffir 
Chor; Salve Regina ffir Tenor; Duett, „Aaguete Jam coeleatlum" ; 
Magnifieat; a Stabat Mater; 3 Kyrie; Salve Regina. — B. Ohne Be- 
gleitung! Antiphonen aor Palmweihe am Palmaonntag; Salve Regina; 
Kyrie. — C Anhang: Bntwurf einea Tantum ergo ffir Soli, Chor und 
Oreheater. 

Serie 15: Dramatische Musik. Partitur. 7 v. M.3Z7.Z.Z5 

Conitnis, — X. Det Teufela Luatachloaa. Oper in 3 Akten. a. Der vier- 
jihrige Poaten. Singapiei in x Akt. — Fernando. Slngapiel in 1 Akt. — 
Die belden Freonde von Salamanka. Slngapiel in a Akten. 3. Die 
ZwilUngabrftder. Singapiei in x Akt — Die Venchworenen. Singapiei 
in X AkL 4. Die ZauberhaHe. Melodram in 3 Akten. — Muaik aom 
Sehaoapiel: Roaamunde von Cjrpem. Op. a6. s* Alfonao und Ettrella. 
0|>er in 3 Akten. Op. 69. 6. ^errabraa. Heroitch-romantiache Oper 
in 3 Akten. Op. 76. 7. Claudine von Villa Bella. SingapieL — Der 
Spicgdritter. Operette. — Die Bfirgsehaft. Oper. — Adraat Oper. — 
Binlagen an H^ld'i Oper: Daa Zauberglfickehen. 



Schubert, Franz Peter. (Continued.) 

Serie 16: Ffir M2nnerchor. Partitur. M^z7.z«z6 

Conignts, — A. Mlt Begleitong von Streieh- oder Blaalnatmmentent 
Naehtgeaang im Walde, Op. X39b; Hymne, Op. xs4; Geeang der Gela- 
ter fiber den Wataem, Op. 167. — B. Mit Pianoforte Begleitong: Daa 
ZMrfchen, Op. xx, no. x; Die Nachtigall, Op. xx, no. a; Gelat der 
Liebe, Op. xx, no. 3; Frfthlingigcaang, Op. x6, no. x; Natorgenoafb 
Op. x6, no. a; Der Gondelfahrer, Op. aJB; Bootgeaanc, Op. ss, no. 3; 
Zur guten Nacht, Op. 8x, no. 3 ; Wideraproefa, Op. xos, no. x ; Naeht- 
helle^ Op. X34; Stindchen, Op. X3s; Im gegenwirtigen Vergangcnea; 
Trinklied: Freonde, aammelt each im Krelae; Trinklled: Aof, Jeder id 
nan froh and ao rg en f r ei ; Bergknappenlled ; La Paatorella. — C Ohna 
Begleitong: Jfinglingiwonne, Op. X7, no. x; Liebe, Op. X7, no. a; Zom 
Rondetanc, Op. 17* no. 3; Die Nacht, Op. X7, no. 4; Wehmoth, Op. 64, 
no. x; Bwige Liebe, Op. 64, no. a; Flucht, Op. 64, no. 3; Monden- 
aehein. Op. xoa; Schlaehtlied, Op. xsx; Trinklied, Op. t$$', Nach^ 
muaik. Op. 136; Frfihlingtgeaang; Der Gdatertana; Geiang der Geiitec 
fiber den Waasem; Lied im Freien; Sehneucht; Ruhe, aehfinates GMdc 
der Erde; Wein und Liebe; Der Entfemten; Die BInaiedelei; An den 
Frflhling; Grab und Mond; Hymne. — Anhang: Wer let groH?; Bel* 
trag zur Jubelfeier Salieri'e; Gesang der Geiiter fiber dc» Wasiem; 
Daa D6rfchen. 

Serie Z7: Fur gemischten Ciior. Partitur. M.3Z7.z.z7 

Conitnts, — A. Mit Orehesteri>egleitung : Laaarus; Cantate au Bhren 
Joeeph Spendore'e, Op. xa8; Am Gcburtitage dea Kalaera, Op. xs7; 
Namenafefter, Cantate ; Glaube, Hoffnung und Lid>e. — B. Mit Piano- 
fortcbegleitung: Gott Im Ungewitter, Op. xxa, no. x; Gott der Welt- 
aehApfer, Op. xxa, no. a; HTmne an den Unendlichen, Op. ixa, no. 3; 
Mlrjam'e Skgcagefang, Op. X36; Gebet, Op. X39; Quartett, Op. X46; 
An die Sonne ; Leben^uat ; Der Tana ; Cantate aur Feier der Geneaung 
der Irene Kietewetter; Begribniulied ; Oeterlied. — C. Ohne Beglei- 
tung: Chor der Engel; Der 9a. Psalm. 

Serie 18, 19: 2 v. in i. M.3Z7.z.z9» Z9 

Cofiitmta, — X. Ffir Fhiuenchor mit Planoforte-Begleitung. Partitur: 
Coronach. Op. ss» no. 4. — Der a3. Psalm. Op. X3a. — Gott in der 
Natur. Op. X33. — Stindchen. Op. X3S. — Das Lid>en. — Klage um 
All Bev. a. Kleinere drei- und zwcistimmige Geaangwerke. Partltar: 
A. Mit Begleitong: Die Advocaten, Op. 74; Der Hochieitbraten, 
Op. X04; Cantate aum Geburtatag dea Siiigera Michael Vogl, Op. xs8; 
Cantate sur Namenafeier dea Vetera; Cantate zur 30 jihrigen Jubel- 
feier Salieri't; Dat Abendroth; Punschlled; Trinklied. — B. Ohne Be- 
gleitung! Vorfiber die stShnende Klage; Deasen Fahne Donnerstfirme 
wallte; HIer umarmen sich getrene Gatten; Selig doreh die Liebe; 
Wer die atelle Stemenbahn; Die zwei Togendwege; Bardengesang; 
Mallied; Trinklied im Mai; Trinklied im Winter; Frfihlingalied; Tod- 
tengrftberlied.— C. Canons : Verschwundcn stnd die Schmerzen ; Unend- 
liche Freude; Dreifach ist der Schritt der Zeit; Goldner Schein; Der 
Schnee serrinnt; Liebe siuseln die Blitter; a Wilkommen, lieber 
schfiner Mai; a Laerimoso aon io; Sanetua. — D. Duette: Mallied 
„Grfiner wird die Au"; Mallied „Dcr Schnee zerriimt"; Der Morgen- 
atem; Jlgerlied; Lfitaow's wilde Jagd. — Anhang: Schmera ^ era e rr e t 
ihr Gcalcht; Singfibungen. 

Serie ao: Lieder und Gesange. zo y. M.3Z7.Z.90 

CenUnis. — i. x8xx-i8x4. a. Januar bis Juli, x8xs. 3. Auguat bis Ende 
18x5. 4. x8x6. 3. X817 u. 18x8. 6. x8i9-x8ai. 7. x8aa bia sur „aeh6ncn 
MfilleHn" 1823. 8. Zwischen der ..schdnen MfiUerin" und der ^Winter- 
rdae." i8a3-x8a7. 9. Von der „Winterreise'' bis sum „Schwanenge- 
sang." i8a7 u. x8a8. xo. Anhang. 

Serie 21: Supplement. Instrumental-Musik. Gesang* 
Musik. M4Z7.z^z 

Conitnit, — Instmmental-Muaik: Ouverture in B ffir Oreheater; On- 
verture in D ffir Oreheater; Concertstfick ffir Violine und Orchester; 
Rondo ffir Violine und Streichqnartett; Trio ffir Violine, Viola und 
Violoncell ; Ouverture in G ffir Pianoforte su viea Hinden ; Ouverture 
su „Flerrabraa" ffir Pianoforte su vier Handen; 7 Sonaten ffir Piano- 
forte. In B dur, Dea dur, Fia moll, C dur, F moU, CIs moll, C dur; 
Pianoforteatfick in C dur; Allegretto in C moll ffir Pianoforte; Alle- 
gretto in C dur ffir Pianoforte; Allegro moderato in C dur ffir Piano- 
forte; Andantino in C dur ffir Pianoforte; Allegro und Scherzo ffir 
Pianoforte; Adagio ffir Pianoforte in C dur und G dur; Zwfilf Wiener 
Deutache ffir Pianoforte; 4 Menuette ffir Pianoforte in A dur, E dur, 
D dur, CIs moll; Zwei ifenuette ffir Pianoforte; Acht Eoossalsen ffir 
Pianoforte; Drei Ecossaisen ffir Pianoforte; Albumblatt ffir Pianoforte 
— Goang-Murik: Tantum ergo ffir Chor und Oreheater; Offertorium 
ffir eine Tenoratimme, Chor und Orchester; Gesang der Geister fiber 
den Wasaem, ffir Minnerchor und Pianoforte; Fischerlied, ffir Min- 
nei^Bhor ; Frflhlingslied, a) ffir Minnerchor, b) ffir efaie Slngstimme and 
Pfte ; Terzette ffir drd MInnerstimmen ; Die Schlacht, Cantate. 

Sammtliche Compositionen i. Band: Lieder, Ges&nge und 
Balladen fur eine Slngstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung. 
Revidirt von L. Winkler und H. Sattler. Wolfenbuttel. 
Holle. [185-?] M.944-x^ 

Coniiitis. — Op. x-37 der Lieder: x. Der ErlkSnlg. a. Gretehen am 
Spinnrade. 3. Schlfera Klagelied; Heidenrfialefai ; Jigers Abendlied; 
Meeresstille. 4. Der Wanderer; Morgenlied; Wanderers Nachtlied. 
S. Raatlose Liebe; N&he des Geliebten; Der Fischer; Brater Verlnat; 
I>er Kfinlg in Thule. 6. Memnon; Antigone und Oedjp; Am Grabc 
Anselmo's. 7. Die abgeblfihte Linde; Der Plug der Zeit; Der Tod and 
daa Midchen. Sl Der Jfingling auf dem Hfigel; Sehnsncht; Brlafsee; 
Am Strome. xa. Gesfinge des Harfnera. X3. Der Schlfer and der Bel- 
ter; Lob der Thrinen; Der Alpenjiger. X4. Suleika; Gehelmea. X9. 
Sehwager Kronoa ; An Mignon ; Ganymed. ao. Sd mir gegrfiaat ; Frfih- 



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lingsgUttbe; HinfUnfi Llebetwcrbung. sa. Der Zwerg; Wehmuth. aj. 
Die Liebe hst velo^ea; Selige Wdt; Schwanengetang ; Schatigrftbert 
Bcgdir. 34. Gruppc sot dem Tartarus ; Schlummcrlied. 2$. Die sch5ne 
liailerin; Das Waadem; Wohin?; Halt; Danksagunf an den Bach; 
Am Peierabcnd; Dcr Ncngicrigc; Ungeduld; Morgengniu; Dcs Mul- 
lers Blumen; Tlirincnregcn ; Mdn; Psuse; Mit dem grunen Lisuten- 
bandc; Dcr Jiger; Eifersncht and Stols; Die Hebe Farbe; Die bose 
Farbe; Trodme Blumen; Der Mfiller and der Bach; Des Baches 
Wiegenlied. stf. Romance aus dem Drama Rosamundc. 31. Suldka's 
swdter Gesang. $a. Die Fordle. 36. Die sflmcnde Diana ; Nachtstuck, 
37. Der Pilgrim; Der Alpenjiger. 

Absence. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.) (/» MosenthaL Songs of 
the Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 40, 41.) No. 10 in M.904.38 

Adagio et Rondo pour piano, violon, viola et violoncelle. 
OeuY. posth. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] No. i in lf.353.zo 

Alfonso und Estrella., Romantische Oper in 3 Acten [von 
Franz von Schober. Musik] von Franz Schubert. Text- 
lich und musikalisch bearbeitet von J. N. Fuchs. Klavier- 
Auszug. Berlin. Schlesinger. [18182.] M.3aa.zz 

Same. Ouverture. Op. 69. Partiturausgabe. Wien. 
Spina. 1867. No. i in M.334.Z8 

Die AUmacht. Gredicht von Job. Ladislaus Pyrker. Fur 
eine Tenorstimme componirt von Franz Schubert. Fiir 
Mannerchor und Orchester bearbeitet von Franz Liszt. 
Parti tur. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [186-?] 

No. 2 in M.a7a55 

Same. Clavier-Auszug. No. 5 in M.39a4Z 

Same. Great is Jehovah, the Lord (Die Allmacht). Solo 
for a T. voice. The words by Campbell Clarke. Com- 
posed by Franz Schubert. Arranged with an accomp. of 
men's voices and orchestra by Franz Liszt. [Pianoforte 
score.] {In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 11, 
pp. 143-153.) No. 14 in M.i95.a.zz 

Am Meere. [Ftir Mannerchor eingerichtet mit Pianoforte- 
begleitunRT von W. Tschtrch.] Wien. Haslinger. [186-? 
Liederkranz. 13.] No. 8 in M.39a4Z 

Same. Mit kleiner Orchesterbegleitung. No. 5 in M.ao3.5 

Ave Maria, von Fr. Schubert. Ftir grosses Orchester 
bearbeitet von Friedr. Lux. Partitur. Mainz. Schott. 

[1868?] No.4inM.337^ 

Bootgesang, fur 2 Tenore und 2 Basse. [Mit Begleitung 
des Pianoforte.] Neue Ausgabe. Wien. Diabelli & Co. 
[ 185-?] No. 1 1 in ll^7a59 

Same. Boat song [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus glee book. 
Pp. 99, 100.) No. 54 in M.946.36 

Briider, lasset uns eins singen. [Mannerchor.] {In Or- 
pheus. Band i, pp. 14, 15.) No. 12 in M.z99a43.z 

Chor-Gesangwerke von Franz Schubert. In Partitur mit 
untergelegtem Klavier-Auszuge und Stimmen heraus- 
gegeben von Alfred Dorffel. Leipzig. Peters. [186-?] 
3 V. in I. M.a8o48 

CoHttnts, — I. FOr gemlschten Chor: Jigerchor; Hirtenchor; Tantum 
ergo in C ; Gott im Ungcwitter ; Gott der Wdtschopier ; Hymne an den 
UnendUcfaen; Antiphonen sur Pdmwdhe: Da Itegt er starr, Cantate; 
Mirjams Sicgesgesang ; Gebet; Des Tages Wdhe; Benedictus es. Do- 
mine, Graduale; ConttitutioosUed ; Der Frnblingsmorgen, Cantate; 
Der 9a. Psalm ; Chor der Engd aus Goethe's Faust ; Arie mit Chor aus 
„Fierabras." a. Fur Minner-Chor: Das Ddrlchen; Die Nachtigall; 
Geist der Liebe; Fruhlingdied ; Naturgenuss; Juni^gswonne ; Liebe; 
Zum Rundtanz; Die Nscht; Geiiterchor aui „Rosamunde"; Der Gon* 
delfahrer; Bootgctang; Wehmuth; Ewige Liebe; Flucht; Zur guten 
Nacht; Mondenichdn; Widerspruch; Gott meine Zuversicht; Nacht- 
helle; Stindchen; Nachtgesang im Walde; Salre Begins; Schlachtlied ; 
Herr, unser Gott, Hymne ; Trinklied ; Nschtmusik ; Gesang der Gcister 
fiber den Wassem; Deutsche Messe; Der Entfemten; Im Gegenwarti- 
gen Vergangenes; Lob der Einsamkdt; Wdn und Liebe; Grab und 
Mond ; Ruhe, schfinstes Glflck der Erde ; Funkdnd im Becher so hdle, 
Trinklied; Brfider, unser Erdenwallen, Trinklied; Freunde, sammelt 
euch im Krdse, Trinklied ; Klage um Aly Bey. 3. F&r Frauenstimmen ; 
Coronach; Gott mdne ZuTcrsicht; Gott In dcr Nator; Stindchen; Daa 
grosse Hatldujah. 

Coronach [s. s. a Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Novello's 
Collection of trios, etc Vol. i, pp. 102-108.) 

No. 13 in 11.204.36.x 

Dance we so gaily. Part-song. (In HuUah. Part music. 
Secular. Vol. 2, pp. 104-111.) No. 25 in M.i57.a8.a 

Deutsche Messe. [Gesange zur Feier des heiligen Opfers 
der Messe.] Nebst einem Anhang ,»Das Gebet des 
Herrn.'' Fur 4 Singstimmen mit Begleitung von Blas- 
instrumenten. Partitur [und Sopranstimme]. Wien. 
Gotthard. 1870. No. 3 in II.201.20 



Schubert, Franz Peter. (Canimued.) 
Divertissement i la hongroise. Op. 54. Orchestrirt von 

Max Erdmannsdorfer und Franz Liszt Partitur. Berlin. 

Furstner. [187-?] No.i in lC.335.z3 

Das Dorfchen. Ftir 4 Mannerstimmen mit Klavierbeglei- 

tung. Op. 11, No. I. Neue Ausgabe in Partitur redigirt 

von Karl Wilh. Steinhausen. Neuwied. Heuser. [187-?] 

Na 7 in lf.39a.3z 
Drei Lieder von Franz Schubert. Ftir vier <Mannerstimmen 

eingerichtet von Robert Mdsiol. Wien. Schreiber. 

[ 1872?] No. 15 in lC.39a.37 

CoHtMis, — Wand'rers Nachtlied. — Hdden-Rdddn. — Der Konlg von 
Thule. 

Drei Polonaisen (aus Op. 61) fur Pianoforte zu vier 
Handen. Fur Orchester ubertragen von Carl Kossmaly. 
No. I in D moll, B dur. No. 2 in F dur, De^ dur. No. 3 
in B dur, G molL Partitur. Leipzig. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann. 1880. No. 1-3 in IC405.57 

Duos fur Pianoforte und Violine, herausgegeben von Ferd. 
David. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] 2 v. in i. IC353.ZZ 
Comitnts, — z. No. 1-3 M majenr, la mlnew, sol mineur). Op. ijy. 
No. i-j. 8. Rondeau brillant. Op. 70. — Fantaisie, Op. 159. — Intro- 
duction et variations. Op. 160. — Duo, Op. ids. 

Erlkonig. Fur eine Singstimme mit Ideinem Orchester. 
Instnimentirt von Franz Liszt. Partitur. Leipzig. For- 
berg. [ 1870?] No. 2 in lC.335.z3 

Erster Verlust. [Mannerchor.] (In Steinhausen. Con- 
ferenz-Gesange. Band 2, Heft i, p. 10.) No. 10 in IC39248 

Ewige Liebe. Gedicht fur 4 Mannerstimmen. Op. 64, No. 
2. Neue Ausgabe in Partitur redigirt von K. W. Stein- 
hausen. Neuwied. Heuser. [187-?] No. 3 inic.s92.38 

The fair maid of the mill (Die schone Mullerin). A series 
of songs, written by Wilhelm Muller. Composed by 
Franz Schubert. Translated by Clarina Macfarren. Lon- 
don. Chappell & Co. [1869. Chappell's Musical Maga- 
zine.] No. 3 in lCz.57.zo 

Fantasie (F moll) von Franz Schubert [Op. 103]. Fur 
grosses Orchester eingerichtet von Ernst Rudorff. Par- 
titur. Berlin. Simrock. [187-?] No. 2 in IC346.25 

Fierrabras. Ouverture. Op. 76. Partiturausgabe. Wien. 
Spina. 1867. No. 2 in IC334.Z8 

Five choruses for female voices. London. Novello, Ewer 
& Co. [187-?] No. 3 in ICZ57.Z6 

Conitnis. — Coronach (trio). — The Lord is my diepherd (qnartet). — 
God ip nature (quartet). — Serenade (solo and quartet). — (3ocy So 
the Lord Almighty (trio). 

Geist der Liebe. Ftir 4 Mannerstimmen mit Klavier- 
Begleitung. Op. 11, No. 3. Neue Ausgabe in Partitur 
redigirt von K. W. Steinhausen. Neuwied. Heuser. 
[ 187-?] No. 9 in lC.39a.3z 

Der Geistertanz. Fur Mannerchor. Nachgelassenes Werk. 
Wien. (jotthard. 1871. No. 52 in lC392.a3 

Gesang der Geister uber den Wassern (von Goethe). Ftir 
4 Tenor- und 4 Bass-Stimmen mit Begleitung von 2 
Violen, 2 Violoncelle und Contrabass von Franz Schubert. 
Partitur. Wien. Spina. [186-?] No. 3 in IC.28047 

"Glory to the Lord Almighty." Chorus [s. s. a Accomp. 
for pianoforte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios,, etc. 
Vol. I, pp. 151-155-) No. 17 in IL904.36.Z 

God in nature. Chorus [s. s. a a Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Novello's (Collection of trios, etc. Vol i, 
pp. 109-129.) No. 15 in M.904.36.Z 

Gondolier's serenade. Part-song for x. x. b. b., with piano- 
forte accomp. (In The Orpheus. New series. Vol. 4, 
pp. 122-128.) No. 28 in lC.205.z04 

Grand quintuor pour violon, alto, violoncelle et basse. Op. 
114. [Partition.] Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] No. 2 in lC.353.zo 

Great is Jehovah, the Lord. See his Die Allmacht 

Grosse Fantasie (Op. 15). [Von] Franz Schubert Sym- 
phonisch bearbeitet fur Piano und Orchester von Franz 
Liszt Partitur. Wien. Schreiber. [187-?] 

No. I in lC.342.z4 

Grosse Messe. See his Mass (No. 6). 

Grosser heroischer Marsch (Op. 66, A moll) fur das Piano- 
forte. Bearbeitet ftir grosses Orchester von O. Bach. 
Partitur. Mainz. Schott [1873.] No. 4 in IC334.Z8 



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8chttb«rti Franz Peter. (ConHnued.) 

Haidenroslein. MeL v. Fr. Schubert (Fur t. t. b. b. bear- 
beitet von Joseph Zingsem.] (In Gruber. Sangeshort. 
Heft 4, p. 51.) No. 3 in M^syaao 

Hail to the chief. [Part-iong, t. t. b. b.] (In The Orpheus. 
New series. Vol 4, pp. 111-114.) No. 25 in M.905.Z04 

Hans und Hanne. Liederspiel in i Act. Klavierauszug. 
Leipzig. Kahnt. (188-?] No. 2 in 11.391.91 

[Herr, unser Gott.] Hjrmne fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor 
und Quartett-Solo [t. t. b. b.] mit Klavier-Begleitung 
(ad libitum). Op. 154. Neue Ausgabe in Partitur redigirt 
von K. W. Steinhauaen. Neuwied. Heuser. [187-?] 

No. II inM.399.3z 

Im Abendroth. [Lied» s. s. a. t. b.] Leipzig. Siegel. 
[187-?] No. 15 in M.i58.az 

Kyrie eleison. Arranged from a subject by Franz Schu- 
bert. [London. Novello.] 1870. [The Musical times.] 

No. 42 in M.Z58.Z7 

Lazarus. Oster-Cantate. Clavier-Auszug. Wien. Spina. 
1866. No. 2 in M.S8047 

The letter of flowers. Song [s. t. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 116, 117.) 

No. 37 in Il.a35.z8.3 

Lightly creeping. Serenade [for alto solo and chorus of 
female voices. Accomp. for piano]. London. Exeter 
Hall. [ 186-?] No. 2 in ll.39z.5S 

Der Lindenbaum [von] Franz Schubert Bearbeitet [ftir 
T. T. B. B.] von Joseph Zingsem. (In Gruber. Sangeshort. 
Heft 4, pp. 46, 47.) No. 3 in M.370.30 

Lob der Thranen. Nach Schubert, Op. 13, No. 2. [Ftir 
vierstimmigen Mannerchor.] (In Steinhausen. Conferenz- 
Gesange. Band 2, Heft i, p. 13.) No. 10 in M.392.38 

LK>bgesang. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoessischer Saenger- 
verein. Mannerchore fCir das I3te . . . S&ngerfest. Pp. 
4-6.) No. 3 in 1I.Z30.7 

The Lord is my Shepherd. Anthem [s. s. a. a. Accomp. 
for pianoforte]. (In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
VoL 3, pp. 120-126.) No. 15 in 1I.Z9$.9.3 

Alto to be foond In NoTello'a Collection of trios, etc. 

Franz Schubert's Marsche. Fur das Orchester ubertragen 

von F. Liszt Partitur. Berlin. FQrstner. [187-?] 

No. i-^ in M.344.2 
CmiUiiU. — I. Msneh (H moll), s. Traaer^Mereeh (E* moll). 3. 
Reiter-Marteh (C dur). 4. Ungarieehcr Msnch (C moU). 

Marche i la hongroise. Extrait de I'Op. 54 (Divertisse- 
ment i la hongroise), de F. Schubert. Orchestr^e par 
Jules Bordier. Partition. Paris. Richault [1882?] 

No. 2 in 11.338.1z 

Mass (No. i) in F. Vocal score with pianoforte accomp. 
arranged by Ebenezer Prout. London. Augener & Co. 
[1876.] li.158.99 

Mass [No. 3] in B flat, in vocal score. The pianoforte 
accomp. arranged by Berthold Tours. Octavo edition. 
LK>ndon. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] 11.15(142 

Mass [No. 4] in C, in vocal score. The pianoforte ac- 
comp. arranged by Berthold Tours. Octavo edition. 
I^ndon. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] ll.z56u|o 

Mass [No. 5] in A flat, in vocal score. The pianoforte 
accomp. arranged by Berthold Tours. Octavo edition. 
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1876.] 11.15641 

[Mass (No. 6) in E flat.] Grosse Messe (in Es) fur Chor 
und Orchester. [Klavierauszug.] Leipzig. Rieter- 
Biedermann. 1865. 11.95046 

[Mtiodies.] Seule collection complete des melodies de 

Francois Schubert, avec acct. de piano. Paroles fran- 

gaises de M' B^langer. [Livre 1-16.] Paris. Richault. 

[185-?] 16 V. in 8. M.3274 

CvRlfiiCf. -^ I. Le roi det aohiet. — Merguerite. — Let plslntee du 
leme pitre. — Le celme plat — Roee Murage. — Chant du chasseur. 
— Le TOiraseiir. — Chant dv matin. — Chant da soir. — Tou jours. — 
Jc pcnae A InL — La Sirkie. — Premiere peine. — Le roi de Thnl6. — 
L'Avrore. — Les proscrita. ^-— Sa tombe. — Le rosier d^ouill^. — 
La (aite da tempt. — La jeune fUle ct la Mort. — Le finaao^ — Vacue 
diair. — Sar ta rirc. — La rie. — Amour et mystire. — Au terme de 
tea maux. — L'ange. — Le mendiant — Le pitre et le cavalier. — 
£loge det larmet. — Le chatteur det Alpet. — Suleika. — Le secret — 
M fpUttoph^l^ — Point de tr^e A ma douleur. — La roix d'en haut 



Schubert, Franz Peter. (Contimud.) 

— Sois toqlourt met teulet anionn. — Le prinlaaipa. — Boaheur d'et* 
P^rance. — Sur le Danube; — • Le nautoonier. — Le pldieor. — Le 
nain. — Panrre fleor. — Amour traU. -^ Dant moa bateau. -^ Quat 
■uprcme. ^^ i^ cuercnenr oe vrteor. ■. o emer. ~~ oefQcnae. " m^ 
mennler To ya ieur. — Au bord de la fantaJne. -^ Sa ehaumSif«L -— - Je 
▼ait la voir. -^ Elle ne m'a pea eomprit. — Solf je 8im4 •— Toute ma 
▼ie. — Salut du matin. — Ne m'onblies paa. -— Fatal prfoate* — EH* 
eat A moL — Le lutii vo04.— > Le ruban vert — Le chatteur. — JaloutJe. 

— Sa fleur ehdrle. — Garde mot tourenir. — La fleur fanle. — La vofai 
cndiantefctte. — L'dtranger. -^ Ronunoe de Rotamoode. — La 90^ 
lombe. — Le PM — Punia-moi. — Pendant la auit — Jamala Ita 
cieux. — Laiate-moi partir, ma m^e. ^ Edgar. — LA-bat. — Le eobi 
du feu. — La Jeune rdigieute. — Nuit et tooget. — A la diftta du Jour. 

— Chant d'H^IAne. — Le chatteur dgard. — Le pritonnicr. — Au eamp* 

— Ave Maria. — Le rendes-voua. — Bh blent chante TAmour. -^ An 
bosquet $. Le papiUon. — Sur let Alpet. — Clair de lune. — Le aoldat 
et la fianc^ — Emma. — Let plaintet de la jeune fille. — Tu n'aimea 
paa. — La Terrai'je encore? — L'attente. — Let rit et let pleun. — 
Le TieiUard. — Dithyrambe. — Si Tout aimes jamala. — Le t t imeut 

— La aoUtude. — Quand tu me Toia aouf fHr. — Atoile de la mer. — 
Toujoura teuL — Heliotrope. — Le chant de la caUle. — Adieu, ma 
mAre. — Barcarolle. — La roae. — Le mal du payt^ — La toute pula- 
tanee. — Le To ya geur A la lune. — La eloehe det agoaltantt. — Nult 
d'M, — Haric; -— A ma lyre. — Bontolr. — Puittanee d'un regard. — 
Le rhr9 du eoupable. — Je prenda femme. — Romance d'Anna Lyle. — 
Noma ta lordAre. — iTtnhoA. — Un malheureux. -> Etp^rance — 
Beau page. — Tu n'ea plut lA. — Th^lda. -^ A minult — A tol. 4. 
Adieu. — Je doia te f nir. — Soyet heurcuz. — Let larmea. — Lliirar. 

— Le tilleul. — Le ruitteau. — Le torrent — Mol teul j'almals. — Le 
feu follet — Le repoe. — Un rlre. — Solitaire. — Le poete — J'al ah 
Tieillir. — Le corbeau. — La demiAre feuille. — Met rivet tont flnlt.— 
La matinAe or a ge ua e. — L'fllutioa. — Le guide. -* P^int d'atile. <— 
Ah, laittont pleurer. -^ Regret — Le joueur de Tieile. — Le poAte. — - 
Le lac. — Le tpectre du chlteau. — DAcouragA. ^ On noua attend lA 
baa. — La coquette de village. — AuprAt de toL — Maia lul, ne m'alme 
plut. — Chagrlna pattAt. — Let AtoUet. — Je n'ai pu braver I'Amour. 

— La chanton de nuit du voyageur. — Rendes-le-moL — Alme, eroia» 
ctpArel — RAve d'amour. — La Jeune mAre. — La fille du p r oa cri t — 
Le jeune aveui^ — Humble priAre. — Tu grandirat. — RAaignatkm. 

— Sana toL — Amour tccrct. — Laitsez-moi pleurer. — AuprAs de 
mon bereeau. — A Jenny. 5. Jamabl — Souvenir. — Chant du cygne. 

— Au moia de maL — Humble retraite. — A aa fontaine. — FatiditA. 

— Le plaiair. — Au bonheur. — Dit-le-moL — La verdure. — Charme 
de ta douleur. — Le langage de Tamour. — Elle dolt venir. — Le mAne- 
atreL — L'amour. — Void le aoir. — A demain lea peinea. — Sloge du 
Tokay. — Au toleiL — La fileute. — Sur le fleuve. -^ Ida. — Ddphlne. 

— Paolo. — La priaonniAre. — L'£chOb — Reeueillement — Le joyeux 
frAre. — Chant de douleur. — Le mettage d'amour. — Prettentlmettta 
d'un toMat — Le dAalr du printempa. — SArAnade. — Mon tAjour. — 
L'exilA. — Le dApart. — L'Atlaa. — Son Image: — La fille du pAchenr. 

— La vllle. — Au bord de la mer. — Vition. — L'oitean mettager. 
6. Nuit d'orage en tootae. — Le tpectre de la fiancAe. — Lea plaintea 
de Colma. — L'etprit de Loda. — Schllric et VInvela. — Chant fnnAbrt 
de Nathot. — La viArge d'Inittore. — La mort d'Oscar. — L'autre vie. 

— La fortune du poAte. — Elle. — Le crApuscule. — RomAo. — La cau- 
tion. — La oolAre du barde. — Un aoir. — A I'ocAan. -> La palx aolt 
avee vous. — De la compassion de Marie. -^ A I'Etre infinL — Bxtaae. 

— L'image de Marie. *- Lea attrea. — PriAre pendant la bataOle. — 
Requieacant In pace. — Le maudlt — Le pardon. — Le naufragA. — - 
Le sdeU A ton dedin. — Le plongcur. — A mon eoeur. — Cid AtoOA. 

— Chant du fottoyeur. — Dieu. — La juttioe divine. — Le reflet — 
L'amour aux Aeoutea. 7. La nult dant let bolt. — DAIire. — - A mon 
file. — La mort d'un enfant — Mon Ame. — SoirAe d'automne. — II 
faut mourir. — Apparition. — Le chevalier et la chAtdalne. — Le 
eooeher du aolell. — SoAne de Fautt — Chant de Mignon. — Le lan- 
gage det fleurt. — Le baiter d'un ange. — Tu veux que je t'oublle. — 
L'eadave. — Le calme de la nuit — ^oQe du aoir. -^ Ombre chArie. 

— Le barde. — Adieux du matdot — La gloire et la vie. — Aimer 
encore^ -~- MatlnAe de prmtempa. ■— Pourquol la conaoler. — ■ SoirAe 
dlilver. — Le lanaquenet de Wallenttdn. — La eroiaade. — Bonheur 
d'amour. — Hermann et Thuandda. — Penae au retour. — La gulr- 
lande de roaea. — Pourtant ce n'ett paa toi. — La lune tur let tom- 
beaux. — La voix d'amour. — Pent Atre. — PriAre de Marguerite. — 
A bicnlAt — Prolbnde douleur. — Chanaoo de Claire. — Le tombeau 
d'une mAre. — La priAre. — La fAte det mortt. — L'oratoire. S. Le 
pAlerin. — L'iaolement — Le rAve du batdier. — Chant du captlf. — 
Pardon gAuAiauju — Blondd A Marie. — Premier amour. — Chant de 
guerre. — Louiae. — Lambertine. — Pauvre jeune fille. — Lea rulnea. 

— Ceat to«d<Mira du bonheur. — Air d'Alfonto e Eatrdla. — - Cavatlne 
d'Alfonao e Eatrdla. — L'ermltage. — Noble chlmAre. — Sola beOe 
aana darmeai — Je t'd vue rougir. — CAtdt mot — Rappdle*moi. — > 
RAve d'une jeune fille. — Chanaon de Berthe. — Adieux A mea amia. — 
DemiAre poitAe. — Beau rAve. — La rencontre. — Corinne. — Chant 
d'outre tombe. — AdAldde. — Conaolatlon. — Vlenat eharmante nult 

— Le punch. — Euphrodne. — Lea toudt viendront domain. — Sur la 
tombe d'un hArot. — Baiter du matin. -^ Lettre d'un ami. — Cruelle 
eapArance. — J*avaia maudlt l'amour.— A table.— >L'oi8eleur. — Coeur 
aoAltdre. — La molssonneuae. — Pdne de coeur. — Sana peur, le verre 
en main. — La patrie abaente. — Ma voiaine. — Chanton de I'atdler. 

— Salut fidAle unle. — Lune de maL — Sur le glader. — Le duunp de 
repoa. — A aoo roaler. — Aind qu'un myttAre. — Pure Atolle. -^ Quel 
dAtcrt que ma vie. — Cett llurnre du dlenoe. — Peut-on calmer ta 
mAflance. 

Miriam's song of triumph. A cantata for s. solo and 
chorus. Words by Grillparzer. Music by Franz Schu- 



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Scfanbert, Franz Peter. (CanHtmed,) 

bert. [Accomp. for pianoforte. Boston? Ditson? 185-?] 

No. 2 in M.a8o4i 

Same. The song of Miriam (Mirjams Siegesgesang). So- 
prano solo & chorus. Translated & partly re- writ ten 
from the German of Grillparzer by William Duthie. 
Composed by Franz Schubert. [Accomp. for piano.] 
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. i in M.S8047 

Die Nacht [Mannerchor.] {In Eidgenoessischer Saenger- 
verein. Wettgesange bei dem I2te . . . Sangerfeste. P. 
aa) No. 8 in ii.z3o.7 

Alto to be foond In Regentbvrgcr Licderknms ; Dat Rfitli. 

Same. The night [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Chickering 
collection. Vol. i, pp. 27, 28.) No. 11 in M.39a^8.z 

Nachtgesang im Walde. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoes- 
sischer Saengerveretn. Mannerchore fiir das I3te . . . 
Sangerfest. Pp. 19-26.) No.i in Il.z3a7 

Die Nachtigall. Fiir 4 Mannerstimmen mit Klavier- 
Begleitung. Op. 11, No. 2. Neue Ausgabe in Partitur 
redigirt von K. W. Steinhausen. Neuwied. Heuser. 
[ 187-?] No. 8 in lf.3ga.3z 

Naturgenuss. Ftir 4 Mannerstimmen mit Klavier-Beglei- 
tung. Op. 16^ No. 2. Neue Ausgabe in Partitur redigirt 
von K. W. Steinhausen. Neuwied. Heuser. [187-?] 

No. 10 in iC3ga.3z 

Neun Gesange von Franz Schubert. Fur gemischten Chor 
eingerichtet von Ed. Mestenhauser. Troppau. Buch- 
holz & Diebel. [187-?] No. 12-14 in ll.zs8.flz 

CemUnU, — Nscht nnd Tritune. — Du bitt die Ruh*. — Pax vobiscum. 

— LiUnei auf <U« Feet ..Aller Seclen." — Himmelifttaken. — Daj 
Wdnen. — Abendstem. — Die Berge. — Aim HeUopolU. 

Neun Lteder von Franz Schubert. Eingerichtet fiir vier 

Mannerstimmen von G. W. Teschner. Leipzig. Siegel. 

. [,1879?] N0.49-51 inll.39fl.fl3 

ConUnts, — t. Dm Wtndeni. — Der Undenbaum. -^ Der BlumenbrieL 
a. Dcs MflUers Blnmcn. — LiUnd aaf daa Fctt atter Sedcn. — Romanxe 
aaa Roaamunde. 3. Wanderer's Nachtlied. — Grablied f&r die Mutter. 

— Das Weinen. 

The night. See his Die Nacht. 

The night is cloudless & serene. Solo [t.] and chorus [t. t. 
B. &]. (In The Orpheus. New series. Vol. i, pp. 149- 
158.) No. 24 in Il.fl05.zaz 

Nocturne pour piano, violon et violoncelle. Op. 148. Leip- 
zig. Peters. [187-?] No. a in ii.353.za 

O Lord our Godl Hynm [t. t. b. b. soli, t. t. b. b. chorus. 
Accomp. for pianoforte]. New York. Schirmer. [188-?] 

No. 6 in ll.39fl.3z 

Octett [fur 2 Violinen, Viola, Clarinet, Horn, Fagott, 
Violoncell und Bass]. Partitur. [Op. 166.] Leipzig. 
Peters. [ 187-?] No. 3 in lf.353.z3 

Ottverture im italienischen Style fiir das Orchester. Op. 
17a Partitur. Wien. Spina. 1866. No. 3 in M.334.Z8 

Phantasie. Op. 103, F moll, von Franz Schubert Instru- 
mentirt von Felix MottL Partitur. London. Schott & 
Co. [189-?] No. I in M.4Z0.56 

Die Post. Lied v. Franz Schubert. Fiir vier Manner- 
stimmen und obligates Posthorn arrangirt von L. Fried- 
rich Witt. Kiel. Bellmann. [187-?] No. 48 in ic.39fl.fl3 

Same. Fur 4 MSinnerstimmen mit Cornet k pistons oblig. 
gesetzt von Franz Abt. Offenbach a. M. Andr^ [1877.] 

No. 47 in ic.39fl.fl3 

[Quartette fiir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncello. No. 1-9.] 
Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] No. i in ic.353.z3 

ComttHU, — I. A moll. Op. ag. a. Ea dor. Ox>. us. No. i. 3. E dor. 
Op. las. No. a. 4. D molL Op. poath. $. G dor. Op. 161. 6. B dur. 
Op. 168. 7. G molL Op. poatb. S. D dur. Op. poath. 9. C moll. Op. 
poith. 

Quintett [fur 2 Violinen, Viola und 2 Violoncelle]. Op. 163. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] No. 2 in ic.353.13 
Rest See his Ruhe. 
[Rosamunde.] Ballet-Musik. Partiturausgabe. Wien. 

Spina. Z867. No. 3 inic.334.z7 

Same. Chorus [t. t. b. b.] from "Rosamunde." (In Mosen- 

thal. Songs of the Mendelssohn glee club. Pp. 152-155.) 

No. 40 in 1c.fl04.38 
Same. Ouverture. Partiturausgabe. Wien. Spina. 1867. 

No. I in ic.334.z7 



Schubert, Franz Peter. (Continued.) 

Same. Zwei Entr'actes zu dem Drama: Rosamunde ffir 
das Orchester. Partitur. Wien. Spina. 1866. 

No. 2 in ic.334.17 

„Ruhe, schonstes Gliick der Erde.'' Fiir vier Manner- 
stimmen. (Nachgelassenes Werk.) Wien. Gotthard. 
1871. No. 46 in M.3g9ji3 

Same. Rest. [Part-song, t.t. b. b.] (/» MosenthaL Songs 
of the Mendelssohn Glee Oub. Pp. 55-^1.) 

No. 15 in 1C904^ 

Salve Regina. Fiir s. a. t. b. mit Klavierbegleitung. [Par- 
titur und Stimmen.] Wien. Haslinger. [186-?] 5 parts 
in I V. No. 34 in lC.90z.35 

Schubert-Album. Lieder und beruhmte Stiicke von Franz 
Schubert. Fiir Violine und Piano tibertragen von Ad. 
Griinwald. [Partitur und Violine-Stimme.] Braun- 
schweig. Litolff. [188-?] No. 2 in M.357.ZO 

Die Sehnsucht. Gedicht von Schiller. In Musik gesetzt 
ftir eine SingstiAe [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte von Franz Schubert. 39. Werk. Wien. Pennauer. 
[ 1826.] No. 5 in M.Z40.3S3 

Serenade. Solo [a.] and chorus [s. s. a. a. Accomp. for 
pianoforte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc Vol. 
I, pp. 130-150.) No. 16 in IC.S0446.Z 

Le secret. Air [& or t. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 
Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 144-146.) No. 48 in ic.fl35.z8.3 

Sieben Gesange aus Walter Scott's Fraulein vom See. In 
Musik gesetzt mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz 
Schubert. Op. 52. Wien. Artaria. [183-?] 

Nos. a 10 in 1^140^3^ 

CoiUtnU, — I. EBen'a Geaanc No. i Cm. -a.]. — Qlaa'a Gcaanf NoT a 
[a.]. — Bootgetang [t. t. a. a.]. — Coronadi Cs. s. a. vnd Chorl. a. 
Norman'a Gcaang [t.]. — Ellen'a Gcaang No. j [if.-a.]. — Lied dea 
gefaogenen Jagcra (Lay of the imiiriaoned huataoua) Ct.]. 

Symphonic, C dur [No. 7], fur grosses Orchester. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [185-?] ic.334.z6 

Symphonic, C-dur [No. 7], Unvollendete Symphonic in H 
moll [No. 8], und Andante aus der Tragischen Sym- 
phonic [No. 4]. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] 

No. 1-3 in lC.353.z4 

The song of Miriam. See his Miriam's song of triumph. 

Terzette. [Klavierauszug.] Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] 

No. 5 in lC.Z5fi.z 
ConUntt, — Die Advocatcn (fur a Tcnore v. Baaa). — Der Hochzeit- 
braten (fdr Sopran, Tenor u. Baaa). 

Trios ftir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell, revidirt von 
Ferd. David. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] No. i in lC.353.za 

ConUnis. — i. Op. 99. B dur. a. Op. 100. Ea dor. 

Valse noble. Violino & piano. Op. yy. Arranged by 
Ambrose Davenport. Boston. White, Smith & Co. 

[1888.] No. 8 in lC4ia45 

Variationen iiber ein Thema von Franz Schubert. Fur Or- 
chester von Richard Heuberger. No. 5inN44a.4 

Die Verschworenen, oder Der hausliche Krieg. Oper in 
I Akt von Franz Schubert. [Text von L F. Castelli. 
Klavierauszug.] Leipzig. Peters. [188-?] 

No. z in lC,3a647 

The wedding guest. A musical sketch for three characters. 
English libretto by May Byron. Music by Fr. Schubert. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Williams. [188-?] 

No. I in lL4oa.7z 

Die Zwillingsbriider. [Singspiel in i Act Text von £. T. 
W. Hoffmann. Musik von Franz Schubert.] Klavier- 
auszug. Leipzig. Peters. [188-?] No. 2 in lC3a6i37 

12 Gesange ftir s. a. t. b. Eingerichtet von Franz Abt. 
Componirt von Franz Schubert. Heft 1-3. Offenbach 
a. M. Andr^ [1877?] N0.9-IZ inic.z58.1z 

CoHit9Us, — I. Wanderert Nachtlied. — HeidenrSalein. — Morgen- 
Stindchen. — Der Lindenbaum. — In*a atille Land. — Pax Tobiacum. 
a. Wiegcnlted. — Kreussug. — FHIhlingtgUube — Grablied. — Uta- 
ney auf das Feit ^Aller Scelen." — Der du too dem Himmel Mat, 3. 
Daa Wandem. — Dea Mullera Blumen. — Die liebe Farbe. — Daa 
Wirththaus. — Am Meer. — Abendatem. 

Schubert, Franz Peter. Works about, 

AuDLEY, A. Franz Schubert: sa vie et sea oeuvres. Paris. 
1871. M.za8.Z4 

Bach, A. B. The art ballad: Loewe and Schubert. Edin- 
burgh. 1890. Portrait. lCzo7.zft 



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Barbbdbttb, H. Fr. Schubert: sa vie, ses oeuvres, son 

temps. Paris. 1865. Portrait. No. 2 in M.za9.za 

FaosT, H. F. Schubert. London. 1881. If.z3lt4x 

Gbsbllschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. Actenmassige 

Darstellung der Ausgrabung und Wiederbeisetzung der 

irdischen Reste von Beethoven und Schubert. Wien. 

1863. ll.37z^7 

KsBissLB VON Hbllbokn, H. Franz Schubert: a musical 

biography. From the German by Edward Wilberforce. 

London. 1866. iLzoy.za 

— The life of Franz Schubert. Translated by A. D. 
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Nbumann» W. Franz Schubert Eine Biographie. Cassel. 
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Niggu, a Franz Schubert, Grosse Symphonic in C-dur. 
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— Franz Schubert, UnvoUendete H-moll Symphonic. Er- 
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NoTTKBOHU, M. G. Thematisches Verzeichniss der im 
Druck erschienencn Werke von Franz Schubert. Wien. 
1874. M.Z23.19 

Supp<; F. von. [Franz Schubert.] Ouverture zur Ope- 
rette: Franz Schubert, mit Benutzung Schubert-schen 
Motive, fur grosses Orchestcr. Partitur. Leipzig. [187-?] 

No. 3 in lf.345.z9 
Schubert, Johann Wilhelm Benjamin. 
Gethsemane und Golgotha. Charfreitags-Oratorium. Fiir 
Chor und Soli componirt von Friedrich Schneider. 

No. 3 in 1I.27047 
Schttbert, Raoul. 
La petite Soubisc. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles de £mile 
Max, Eug. Leclerc & P. Racques. Musique de Raoul 
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Schnbertt Wilhelm. See Schubert, Johann Wilhelm Benjamin. 
SchuMger, Anselm. 
Musikalische Spicilegien uber das liturgische Drama, Orgel- 
bau und Orgelspiel, das ausserliturgische Lied und die 
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Schnbin, Ossip, puud. See Kirschner, Lula. 
Schncht, Jean F. 
Ludwig van Beethoven. Lcben und Schaffen. Leipzig. 
Spamer. 1871. Portraits. [Welt der Jugend.] 

No. 2 in 11.207.3 
Meyerbeer's Leben und Bildungsgang. Leipzig. Matthes. 
1869. II.Z19J 

Schneckiiigy Christoph Bernhard Levin Anton Matthias. 
An die Musik. Gedicht Fur Solostimmen, Chor und Or- 
chestcr componirt von Julius O. Grimm. No. 3 in 1l.a70.54 
Schneckiiig, Levin. See SchuecUng, Christoph Bernhard 

Levin Anton Matthias. 
Scfattclenchwaenke. Opera. For the Music see Angdy. 
Schttemuum, Georg Caspar. 
Ludovictts Pius oder Ludewig der Fromme. [Handlung 
Z-3-] Aufgefuhrt in Braunschweig 1726, 1727, 1734. 
[Partitur.] (/» Oper, Die, von ihren ersten Anfangen 
bis zur Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts. Theil 4. Leipzig. 
1890, (91].) 11400.64 

Schnermann, M. 
Der heilige Bonifacius. Haupt-Momente aus seinem Leben. 
Mit mehreren von Fr. Koenen componirt en Manner- 
Choren und Soil Fulda. Maier. 1882. No. 5 in ic.372.37 
WfdtQM only. 

Same. Mannerchore und Soli mit Clavierbegleitung. Com- 
ponirt von Fr. Koenen. No. 8 in 11.203.16 
Schnett, Eduard. See Shitt, Eduard. 
Schueti, Heinrich. 

Christus ist hier. Aus der Motette Wer will die Auser- 



Schuetz, Heinrich. (Caniinued,) 

wahlten Gottes beschuldigen. [Fiir s. a. t. b. und OrgeL] 
(In Rochlitz. Sammlung vorzuglicher Gesangstficke. 
Band 2, p. 124.) No. 31 in IC202.6.2 

Das Gebet des Herm [s. a. t. t. b., mit Orgel-Begleitung]. 
(In Rochlitz. Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. 
Band 2, pp. 130-136.) No. 33 in IC.202US.2 

Seelig sind die Todten [s. s. a. t. b.]. (In Rochlitz. Samm- 
lung vorzuglicher Gesangstiicke. Band 2, pp. 121-123.) 

No. 30 in 11.202.6.9 
A selection of choruses and recitatives from The Passion 
of our Lord. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. No- 
vello, Ewer & Co. [1885.] No. i in 11.204.27 

Was betrubst du dich, meine Seele [s. s. a. t. b., mit Orgel- 
Begleitung]. (In Rochlitz. Sammlung vorzuglicher 
Gesangstiicke. Band 2, pp. 125-129.) No. 32 in M.202.6.2 
Schuetse, Johann Stephan. 
Zur Feier der Charwoche. Passionsgesang. Ftir vier- 
stimmigen Chor und Orgelbegleitung componirt von 
.Josef Rheinberger. No. 3 in ll.280.35 

SchuetBcnkoenig, Der. Opera. For the Music see Zoellner, 

H. For the Libretto see Kulenkamp^ J. 
Schuetsenlied. Part-song. Tscbikch, F. W. No. 155 in ll.s46.22 
SchueuetunarBch. Part-song. Ono, E. J. Der Philister. 

No. 4 in ll.392.ao 
Schuhbauer, Lucas. 
Die Dorfdeputirten, nach Goldoni. In Musik gesetzt und in 
Klavierauszug herausgegeben von Lucas Schubaur. 
Mannheim. Gotz. [1800?] II.130.3 

Die treuen Kohler. Ein Singspiel in 2 Aufzugen von Her- 
mann. In Musik gesetzt von Lucas Schubaur. [Klavier- 
auszug.] Mannheim. Gotz. [ 1791 ?] No. i in ll.350.z3 
Schnil, Mart. 
De Woudkoningin. Die Waldkonigin. Operette in twee 
bedryven op te voeren door jongens en meisjes van 12 
tot 18 jaar. Tekst en muziek van Mart. Schuil. Deutsche 
Uebersetzung des Textes von Hugo von der AmsteL 
Klavieruittreksel. Leipzig. SiegeL [190-?] 
The tfxt it in Dutch and Gcrmaii. No. 2 in II.389.ZZ 

Schul*, Die, ist aus. Part-song. Riidbl, F. E. A. 6 humo- 
ristische Gesange. No. 7 in ll.z58.2z 

Schultei, Carl. 
Die Liebesprobe. Original-Zaubermahrchen. Musik von 
Eduard Hummel. ><*>534 

Schulthes, Wilhelm. 
Ave Maria for u.-s. or bar., with pianoforte or organ ac- 
comp. London. Ewer & Co. [186-?] No. 4 in ll.26azo4 
Benediction service and a collection of 36 litanies with 
organ accomp. London. Ewer & Co. [1861.] 

No. I in Il.a6ai4 
A collection of six sacred vocal pieces for three & four 
equal voices, with organ accomp. (& harp ad lib.). Op. 
87. London. No vello. Ewer & Co. (1878?] 

No. 1, 2 in ll.20z.36 

Conitmts. — i. Are Verum [s. t. A. A.]. — Cor Jesa McratiMiinam 
[s. 8. A. A.]. — Sub Tuttin praddium [t. 8. a.], s. O sacrum con- 
vmum [s. 8. A. A.]. — Are cor Jcau [8. 8. a. a.]. — Recordare, Virgo 
[s. 8. A.]. 

Corona Lauretana. 2d series of litanies of the Blessed 
Virgin Mary, with organ accomp. London. Novello, 
Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 2 in ll.26az4 

Guirlandes de mai. Hymns to the B. V. M. by F. W. Faber. 
[Translated by] Le P. Philpin de Rivieres. Musique de 
W. Schulthes. Vol. 1-3. [Accomp. d'orgue.] London. 
Novello, Ewer & Cie. [187-?] No. 3-5 in ll.z56.28 

Invocations au Sacr^ Coeur. Choeur 4 voix ^gales [s. s. a. a.], 
avec accomp. d'orgue. [London.] Augener&Co. [186-?] 

No. 7 in If 4i6az4 

O quam bonum. Motett for 4 equal voices [s. s. a. A.], (solo 
& chorus). With organ accomp. (& harp ad lib.). Lon- 
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 5 in ll.26az4 

O Salutaris, for solo [s.] and chorus with organ or piano- 
forte. London. Ewer & Co. [186-?] No. 3 in ll.260.z4 

Regina coeli. Motett for 4 equal voices [s. s. a. a.] (solo & 
chorus) with organ & harp accomp. (ad lib.). London 
Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 4 in M«26oa4 



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Schnlthem Wilhelm. (CofUmued,) 
Six invocations for four equal voices [s. 8. a. a.] to be sung 
after benediction, with organ accomp. (& harp ad lib.)- 
Op. 88. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1879?] 

No. 3 in M.aox.36 

CMlfirtx. — Jctoa, Mary, JoMphI — Not earn prok pU. — Vivat cor 
Jcaal — Auxilium Chrittianorum. — Come, Lord Jeaus. — O sacred 
heart of Jetna, no. i, a. 

Song of angels, from the drama of The hidden gem by 
Cardinal Wiseman. Composed for 3 voices [s. s. a.] by 
W. Schulthes. [Accomp. for organ.] London. Ewer & 
Co. [ 186-?] No. 8 in M.a6ax4 

Twelve Latin hymns, for vespers and complin, etc. With 

organ accomp. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] 

No. 23 in M.X58.3fl 
CMliMlff. ^- Adore T« derote. — O eica viatomm. — Venite, euncti, 
currite. — Sammi Parentis Filio. — Ave marls Stella. — Te, Joseph 
cclcbrent. — Jean, dulcia amor mena. — Jean, dtUds memoria. — Qol- 
cumque eertum quaeritia. — Jean, corona Tirginum. — O gloriosa tIt- 
ginum. — Salre, Pater Salvatoria. 

Veni, Domine. Motett, for 4 equal voices [s. s. a. a.] (soli 
& chorus), with organ & harp accomp. (ad lib.), and 
Elevation for organ & harp. London. Novello, Ewer & 
Co. [ 187-?] No. 6 in 11.960.14 

Sclialts. Carl. 
Die Ansiedler. (The settlers.) Dramatische Cantate. Fur 
Soli (s. T. BAK.), Mannerchor u. Orchester componirt von 
Hermann Mohr. No. 5 in M.ao3.z8 

The thunder-storm. Das Gewitter. Dichtung. Ftir Manner- 
chor, Baritonsolo mtt Pianofortebegleitung von Hermann 
Mohr. No. 4 in M.ao3.z7 

Sdmlts, Edwin. 
Abend am Meere. [Mannerchor.] (/n Claassen. Ludwig 

Liebe- Album. Pp. 4S, 46.) No. 11 in M.ao3.i6 

Abendandacht der Schopfung. [t. t. b. b. Mit Tenorsolo.] 

Klavierauszug. Op. I55> No. 3* Leipzig. Siegel. [1889?] 

No. 5 in ic.flza.z6 
Anf dem Wasser. Fiir vierstimmigen M&nnerchor. Op. 77- 

Schleusingen. Glaser. [ 187-?] No. 4 in M.39fl.a5 

Ave Maria. Gedicht von £. Greibel. Fur vierstimmigen 

Mannerchor u. Solo [ -Quart ett] componirt von Edwin 

Schultz. Op. 73. Schleusingen. Glaser. [187-?] 

No. I in M.393.a5 
Elfenwirthschaft [s. 8. a. a. t. t. a b.]. Berlin. Simon. 

[ 187-?] No. 6 in M.Z94.az 

„Engelwacht." [Mannerchor.] Op. 172. Wien. Rebay & 

Robitschek. [ i8pi ?] No. 3 in M.39fl.a4 

Forest harps. See his Waldharfen. 
Fruhlingsfeier. [Mannerchor.] Op. 137* Leipzig. Licht 

& Meyer. [1887?] No. 12 in 11.392.25 

(jewitter. [Mannerchor, mit Baritonsolo.] Klavierauszug. 

Op. 155, No. 2. Leipzig. Siegel. [1889?] No. 4 in Il.2z2.z6 
Im Sturme. Gredicht von Jul. Wolff. Fiir vierstimmigen 

Mannerchor und Bariton-Solo mit Orchester- oder 

Klavierbegleitung componirt von Edwin Schultz. Op. 

141. Klavier-Auszug. Schleusingen. Glaser. [189-?] 

No. 2 in ll.2z2.z6 
Ihr Bliimlein, kommt geschwind hervorl Fur vierstimmigen 

Mannerchor. Op. 76. Schleusingen. Glaser. [187-?] 

No. 3 in li.392.25 
J&gerlied. Fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 73. Schleu- 
singen. Glaser. [187-?] No. 2 in 11.392.25 

Jagers Liebe. Fiir Mannerchor & [t.] Solo. Op. 100. Ber- 
lin. Simon. [1880?] No. 8 in M. 392.25 

Mondnacht. (Moonlight.) [Mannerchor.] Op. 151. Ber- 
lin. Luckhardt. 1888. No. 14 in ll.392.25 
With German and Eni^iah worda. 

My heart on the Rhine. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In The 
Osgood Collection of part-songs. Vol. 2, pp. 26-31.) 

lf.Z93.23.a 
Nachtgebet. Fur Mannerquartett und Tenor-Solo. Op. 
Z14. Berlin. Raabe & Plothow. [1881?] 

No. iz in li.392.25 
Ostermorgen. [Gedicht von Emanuel Geibel. Manner- 
chor mit Pianofortebegleitung von Edwin Schultz.] Op. 
152. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1888.] No. 3 in M.2Z2.z6 



Schults, Edwin. (CanHimed.) 
Sturm-Hymnus. Gedicht von Helene von Engelhardt. 
Fiir vierstimmigen Mannerchor mit Orchester- oder 
Klavierbegleitung komponiert von Edwin Schultz. Op. 
159. Klavierauszug. Leipzig. Siegel. 1889. 

No. 6 in lf^ia.z6 

The worda are in Bngliah and German. The FngHah veraloa ia bj ICia. 
John P. Morgan. 

Traum' von mir. Mannerchor [x. t. b. b. b.]. Op. zi8, No. i. 
Hamburg. Bohme. [1886?] No. 17 in II.203.20 

Wachet aufl [Mannerchor.] {In Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 
halle. Vol. i, pp. 62-64.) No. 22 in 11.39242.1 

Waldharfen. Gedicht von Jul. Wolff. Ftir vierstimmigen 
Mannerchor mit Orchester- oder Klavierbegleitung kom- 
poniert von Edwin Schultz. Op. Z31. Klavierausxug. 
Leipzig. Siegel. [188-?] No. z in ll.2z2.16 

Same. Forest harps. [Chorus, t. t. b. b. Accomp. lor 
pianoforte.] Op. 131. New York. Schirmer. [1SS7.] 

No. 12 in ll.392^z 

Waldlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Abt. Deutsche Sangerhalle. 
Vol. I, pp. 37-41*) No. Z2 in lf.39242.z 

Waldrose. Vierstimmiger Mannerchor mit b. und t. Solo. 
Op. 83. Schleusingen. Glaser. [1879?] No. 7 in 11.392^15 

Waldruhe [x. x. b. b.]. (In Abt. Leichte Mannerchore. 
Heft 17, pp. 2-5.) No. 102 in II.246.22 

Der Wanderer. [Mannerchor.] Mit Tenor- und Bariton- 
solo. Op. Z40. Leipzig. Siegel. [188B?] 

No. 13 in 11,392.25 

Zwei Gesinge fur Mannerchor. Op. 78. Schleusingen. 
Glaser. [ 187-?] No. 5 in 11,392.25 

ContgtUs. — Kampflsed. — Abendatindchen. 

Zwei Gesange fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. loz. 
Leipzig. Siegel. [ 1880?] No. 9, zo in ll.39a.a5 

Conitntt. — I. El mun vcrgceaen tein. a. Frflhlingaahnnnc. 

Zwei vierstimmige Mannergesange. Op. 80. Schleusingen. 
Glaser. [ 1879 ?] No. 6 in ll.39a.a5 

ConieMs, — Heimkehr. — Ein geiatlich AbendUed. 
SchultB, Edwin, tditor, 
Oblschlabgbb. Hohol du stolzes Madel! Harmonic. 

No. 20 in it.392.37 

ScfanltB, J. A. See Schulz, Johann Abraham Peter. 

Schultze, Adolf. August Reuss, Symphonischer Prolog fur 

grosses Orchester zu Hugo von Hofmannsthals Dichtung 

„Der Thor und der Tod." (Op. zo.) ErUutert. Leipzig. 

Seemann. [1902.] No. Z2 in M.2Z7.za.xz 

Robert Schumann, Klavierkonzert in A moll. Op. 54. 

Erlautert. Leipzig. Seemann. [Z902.] 

No. 2Z in Il.2z7.z2.1z 
Siegmund von Hausegger, Barbarossa: symphonische Dich- 
tung in drei Satzen. Erlautert. Leipzig. Seeman. [zgoz.] 

No. Z9 in 1I.2Z7.I2.9 

Theae three worka form reapectiTdy No. 363, 373 and aa3 of Der 
Muaikffihrer. 

Schnlue, Carl. See Schulze, Carl. 
Schultze, Max, r^^ilor. 
Mazas. Douze petits duos pout deux violons. 

No. 3 in M.357.Z0 
Plxybl, I. J. 6 duos faciles et progressifs pour deux violons. 

No. 4 in lC.357.zo 

Schultae-Bieaants, Clemens. 

Symphonische Tongedichte (Poimes symphoniques). L 

Gliicksritter. II. Patheticon. III. Marche humoristique. 

Ftir grosses Orchester. Partitur. Braunschweig. Henry 

Litolffs Verlag. 1900. IC4ZO.55 

Schulz, August. 

Fruhlings Brautfahrt. Tongemalde fur M&nnerchor und 

Orchester (oder Pianoforte). Dichtung von H. Wichen- 

bach. Componirt von A. Schulz. Op. 69. Clavieraus- 

zug. Braunschweig. Bauer. [187-?] No. zz in M.2Z2.Z5 

Hehre heilige Musik. Ged:cht von Eberhard von Lune- 

burg. Fur Mannerchor und Orchester, mit Tenor und 

Bariton Solo, componirt von A. Schulz. Clavierauszug. 

Braunschweig. Fischer & Mohr. [187-?] 

No. 9 in ic.27az3 

Prinzessin Use. Dichtung von Eberhard von Luneburg. 

Fur Mannerchor, Soli und Orchester componirt von A. 



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Schnls, Attgttst (Ccniimtid,) 

Schulz. Op. 65. Clavierattazttg. Braunschweig. Fischer 

He Mohr. [187-?] No. 10 in ll^ia.15 

Eine Sommemacht Dichtung von R. Reinick. Fiir Manner- 

chor, Solo und Orchester componirt von A. Schulz. Op. 

63. ClaTterauszug. Braunschweig. Bauer. [187-?] 

No. 9 in M.aia.15 
Sonntag Mai Morgen. [Mannergesang.] Op. 35» No. i. 

Schleusingen. Glaser. [ 1880?] No. 4 in M.39a.38 

Weihnachtslied [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 68. Braunschweig. Bauer. 

[ 1878?] No. 15 in M.393.35 

Der wilde Jager. Grosse romantische Oper in 4 Akten, 

frei nach J. Wolffs Dichtung von G. Wagner und G. 

Langenbeck. Musik von A. Schulz. Clavier-Auszug. 

Braunschweig. Litolff. [189-?] M.399.19 

8cfaals» Carl. 
Glory be to God on high. Sacred song [s. or bai. Accomp. 

for organ]. (/» Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. a, p. 

2oa) No. 73 in M.990.33^ 

Schulsy Christian. See Schulz, Johann Philipp Christian. 
Schak, Johann Abraham Peter. 
Aline, reine de Golconde. Op^ra par M. Sedaine. Mis en 

musique He arrange pour le clavecin par J. A. P. Schulz. 

Public par C. F. Cramer. Copenhague. Sonnichsen. 

1790- M.x5i«5 

The words are in French and German. 

[Athalia.] Chore und Gesange zur Athalia. [Partitur.] 

Manuscript. N. d. ll.335.a4 

Same. Chore und Gesange von J. A. P. Schulz. Aus dem 

Pranzosischen des Racine iibersetzt von C. F. Cramer. 

Vollstandiger Klavierauszug. Berlin. Krafft & Klage. 

[1830.] M.3ax.x4 

Same. Choeurs d'Athalie. [Partition.] Manuscript. 1786. 

M.340.aa 
Behold, to us a child is born. Duett, s. t. [Accomp. for 

pianoforte.] (/» Hasse, C. F. Sacred music Pp. 141- 

146^) No. a8 in M.aox.37 

Christ is worthy. Chorus. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] {In 

Hasse, C. F. Sacred music. Pp. 13J-134.) No. 25 in M.90X.37 
Fix my heart Duet, s. t. [Accomp. for pianoforte.^ (/» 

Hasse, C F. Sacred music. Pp. 8-13.) No. a in lC.a01.37 
Maria und Johannes. £in Passions-Oratorium von 

Johannes Ewald. Im Clavierauszuge von J. A. P. 

Schulz. Hrsg. von C F. Cramer, luopenhagen. Son- 
nichsen. 1789. No. 2 in If.x5a.a5 
My Saviour, I am Thine. Air [s. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 

(/» Hasse, C F. Sacred music. Pp. 66-^.) 

No. 12 in lf.aox.37 
Sylvesterlied [t. t. b. b.]. (/» Orpheus. Band 4, pp. 34-36.) 

No. 135 in lLxa9a.43.4 
Schulz, Johann Abraham Peter, tdUor, 

Haydn, F. J. Der Versohnungstod. Cantate. If.a0a.a3 
Schulz, Johann Philipp Christian. 
Der Abend. [Mannerchor.] (/» Fink. Die deutsche Lieder- 

tafel. Pp. 80, 81.) No. 55 in lf.ax3.9 

Am Grabe. [Mannerchor.] (/» Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. 51.) No. 41 in lf.ai3.9 

Den Abwesenden. [Mannerchor.] (/» Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. Pp. 86, %7,) No. 60 in lf.ax3.9 

Entschuldigung. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. Pp. 98, 99.) No. 70 in lLax3.9 

Ergo bibamus. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. la.) No. la in lLax3.9 

Erinnerung. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. 84.) No. 58 in lf.ai3.9 

Ermuthigung. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. 85.) No. 59 in lf.ax3.9 

Pruhlingslust. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. Pp. 119, 120.) No. 81 in lLai3.9 

Im Griinen. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. 23.) No. 23 in lLax3.9 

Die Jager. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. Pp. 184, 185.) No. 120 in lf.ax3.9 

Die Jugend. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. P. 106, 107.) No. 75 in lf.ax3.9 



Schulz, Johann Philipp Christian. (Canimued.) 
Lehren der Weisheit. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel P. 10.) No. 9 in iLxxs^g 

Liebe. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die deutsche Lieder- 
tafel Pp. 94, 95.) No. 67 in ll.ax34^ 
Rundgesang im Walde. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel Pp. 18, 19.) No. 18 in ll.ax3.9 
Tres faciunt collegium. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 103, 104.) No. 73 in lLax3.9 
Wanderers Nachtlied. [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel P. go.) No. 63 in M^axs^g 
Weg mit den Grillen und Sorgen. [Minnerchor.] {In Finlc 
Die deutsche Liedertafel Pp. 105, 106.) No. 74 in If .axs^g 
Zum Abschiede. [Mannerchor.] {In Pink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel P. 9a.) No. 65 in If .ax34^ 
Zuversicht im Wechsel [Mannerchor.] {In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. P. 19.) No. 19 in If .axs^g 
Schuhi, Otto Carl Friedrich Wilhelm. 
Weinlied [t. t. b. b.]. {In Orpheus. Band a, pp. 29, 30.) 

No. 63 in If .xa9a43.a 
Schulz, R. 
Deutscher Schwur und deutsch Gebet. Charakteristisches 
Tongemalde fur Mannerchor, Solo und Orchester. In 
Musik gesetzt von Ferd. Mohring. No. 3 in If .ao3.3 

Schnlz-Schwerin, Carl. 
Gestandnis. Phantasiestuck fur Streichchor. Op. 20. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Siegel [187-?] No. 5 in if .342.30 
Ouverture triomphale fiir Orchester. Partitur. Potschappel 
Bellmann & Thumer. [186-?] No. 6 in If .34a.30 
Eine Ouverture zu Goethe's „Torquato Tasso," fur grosses 
Orchester. Partitur. Leipzig. Eulenburg. [187-?] 

No. a in M .3xa.a 

Ouverture zu Schiller's „Braut von Messina." Partitur. 

Leipzig. Eulenburg. [187-?] lf4xa.xo 

Traume sind Schaume. Humoristisches Wanderlied. Fur 

Mannerchor. Leipzig. Licht & Meyer. [1886?] 

No. 16 in If .39a.a5 
Schuls-Schwefin, Carl iditar. 
Mbndblssobn-Babtholdy, J. L. F. Drei venetianische 
Gondellieder (aus den „Lieder ohne Worte"). 

No. 3 in lf*33X.8 
Schulz-Wcida, Joseph. 
Andacht. [Mannerchor.] Op. J23, No. 5. Leipzig. For- 
berg. [ 1868?] No. 19 in lf.39a.a5 

Ihr Wandervogel in der Luft. [Mannerchor.] Op. 20, 
No. I. Leipzig. Siegel [1880?] No. 17 in lf.39a.a5 

Madel Madel, komm' und ktisse. [Mannerchor.] Op. 123, 
No. 4* Leipzig. Porberg. [1868?] No. 18 in If .39a.a5 
Schnlze, Carl. 
Auf offner See. Dichtung. Componirt fiir 4 stimmigen 
Mannerchor und Solis mit Begleitung des Orchesters von 
Ferd. Mohring. No. 2 in If .203.3 

Vor Sonnenaufgang. Gedicht. Fur vierstimmigen Manner- 
chor und Solo mit Orchester componirt von W. Hinze. 

No. I in If .270.55 
Schulze, Ernst Conrad Friedrich. 
Hymne an die heilige Cacilia. Fiir Mannerstimmen in 
Musik gesetzt von dem Kronprinzen von Hannoyer. 

No. 9 in If .X55.X7 
Sechs Gedichte. Fur 4 Mannerstimmen in Musik gesetzt 
von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover. No. 8 in If.x55.x7 
Sechs Gedichte. Fur 4 Mannerstimmen in Musik gesetzt 
von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover. No. i, 2 in If.x55.x7 
Sechs Gedichte. Fur 4 Mannerstimmen in Musik gesetzt 
von dem Kronprinzen von Hannover. No. 5 in M.x 55.x 7 
Schulze, I. A. See Schulz, Johann Abraham Peter. 
Schumacher, Paul See Schumacher, Peter Paul Heinrich. 
Schumacher, Peter Paul Heinrich. 
Bilder vom Rhein. Moderne Suite fiir grosses Orchester. 
Op. 48. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1890. No. 2 in lI.4xo.53 
Musikanten-Lieder fiir vierstimmigen Manner-Chor, Solo- 
Geige und Clavier-Begleitung. Ein Cyclus von neun 
Gesangen. Op. 4. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1877. 

No. 7 in If .axa.x6 

Contents. — Wandern. — Traumen. — Trinken. — Stromfthrt. — Rmtt. 
— Mondnacht. — Liebcslied. — Rube. -^ Abfchied. 



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Schumacher, Peter Paul Heinrich. (Continued,) 
Symphonie (Serenade in D moll) ftir grosses Orchester. 
Op. 8. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1879?] 

No. 2 in ll.335.1a 

Trauer-Marsch fur grosses Orchester. Op. 10. Partitur. 

Mainz. Schott [189-.] No. i in 11404.15 

Schumacher, Reinhard. 

Drei Lieder fur vierstimmigen Mannergesang. i. Werk. 

Hannover. Nagel. [184-?] No. 20 in M.39a.a5 

CMi€iUs, — Ave Maria. — Aufl ~ G««uig im Walde. 

Schumann, A. 

Alpenlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Orpheus. Band 9» PP* 52, 53.) 

No. 31 in M.xa9a.434) 

Wahlspruch. [Mannerchor.] {In Gruber. Sangeshort. 

Heft I, p. 2.) No. I in 11.370.30 

Schumann, Clara Josephine. 

Declaration. [Chanson, t. Accomp. de piano.] (In Album 

du Gaulois. Vol. 2.) No. 20 in ll.39x.28.a 

Quartett (G-dur) fur 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncello. 

Op. 24. Partitur. Quedlinburg. Vieweg. [187-?! 

No. 3 in 114044 
Zwolf Gedichte aus F. Rtickerts Liebesfriihling ftir Gesang 
und Pianoforte von Robert und Clara Schumann. 

No. II in 11.244.15.1 
Schumann, Clara Josephine, editor. 
Schumann, R. A. Early letters. Translated by May Her- 
bert. London. 1888. M.128.1 

Robert Schumann's Werke. II.316.1 

Schumann, Georg Alfred. 
Amor und Psyche. Dichtung von Heinrich Bulthaupt. Fiir 
Soli, Chor und Orchester componirt von Georg Schu- 
mann. Op. 3. Klavier-Auszug. Leipzig. Jost & Sander. 
[1888.] N0.2inM.x93.xx 

Liebesfriihling. Ouverture fur grosses Orchester. Op. 28. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1901. 

No. I in M.406.31 
Eine Serenade fur grosses Orchester. Op. 34. Partitur. 
Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1904.] No. i in M4x2.11 

Symphonie in F moll ftir grosses Orchester. Op. 42. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Leuckart. [1905.] M41X.2X 
Symphonische Variationen tiber den Choral: „Wer nur den 
lieben Gott lasst walten" ftir grosses Orchester & Orgel. 
Op. 24. Partitur. Leipzig. Hofmeister. [1899?] 

No. 2 in M410.56 

Zur Carnevalszeit. Suite ftir grosses Orchester. Op. 22. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Hofmeister. [1899.] No. 2 in M406.3X 

Schumann, Robert Alexander. 

Werke. Herausgegeben von Clara Schumann. Leipzig. 

Breitkopf & Hartel. [1879-93.] 33 v. in 27. M.3X6.X 

Serie i: Symphonien fur Orchester. Partitur. M.3X6.1.X 

ConttnU, — Ente Sjrmphonie. Op, 38 in B d«r; Zwdte Symphonie. 
Op. 61 in C dur; Dritte Symphonie. Op. 97 in E* dor; Vierte Sym- 
phonie. Op. lao in D moll. 

Serie 2: Ouverturen fur Orchester. Partitur. M.3X6.1.2 

Contents, — Ourerture, Schera.o imd Finale. Op. 59 in E dnr; 
Ottvertore xu Genorevt. Op. 81 in C moU; Ourerture su Braut 
▼on Meuina. Op. xoo in C moU; Ourertvre xu Manfred. Op. 
X15 in Ea dvr; Feet Ouverture mit Geaang. Op. xaj in C dnr; 
Ouverture xu Julius Cixar. Op. xaS in F moll; Ouverture xu 
Hermann und Dorothea. Op. 136 in H moll; Ouverture xu Goethe's 
Faust, in D moll. 

Serie 3: Concerte und Concertstucke ftir Orchester. Par- 
titur. M.3X6.1.3 

Contents, — PhanUiie fflr Violine mit Orchester. Op. 131 in C dur; Con- 
cert fftr Violoncell mit Orchester. Op. 199 in A moll; Concertstflck 
fur vter Hflmer mit Orchester. Op. 86 in F dur; Concert fur Piano- 
forte mit Orchester. Op. 54 in A moll; Introduction und Allegro 
appassionato, Concertstflck ftir Pianoforte mit Orchester. Op. 93 in 
G dur; Concert-Allegro mit Introduction f&r Pianoforte mit Or- 
chester. Op. 134 in D moU. 

Serie 4: Ftir Streichinstrumente. Partitur. M.3X6.X4 

Conitnts, — Drei Quartette, fur xwei Violinen, Bratsche und Violon- 
cell. Op. 4x, No. I A moll, No. a F dur, No. 3 A dur. 

Serie 5: Ftir Pianoforte und andere Instrumente. 3 v. 

M.3X6.Z.5 

Conttnts, — I. Quintett f&r Pianoforte, xwei Violinen, Viola und 
Violoncell. Op. 44 in Es dur; QuarteU fflr Pianoforte, Violine, Viola 
und Violoncell. Op. 47 in Es dur. a. Erstes Trio fflr Pianoforte, 
Violine und Violoncell. Op. 63 in D moll; Zwdtes Trio fAr Piano- 
forte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 80 in F dur; Drittes Trio fur 



Schumann, Robert Alexander. (Continued.) 

Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. no In G moll; Phaataile- 
stncke fur Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 88 in A moU, F 
dur, D moll, A moll; Mftrchenerxahlungen, vier Sfucke fjlr Clarinette 
(ad libit. Violine), Viola und Pianoforte. Op. 13a in B dur, G moO, 
G dur, B dur. $, Adagio und Allegro fftr Pianoforte und Horn (ad 
libit. Violoncell oder Violine). Op. 70 in As dur; Phantasiestficke fftr 
Pianoforte und (Marinette (ad libit Violine oder Violoncell). Op. 73 
in A moll, A dur, A dur; Erste Sonate fftr Pianoforte und Violine. 
Op. 105 in A moll; Zweite grosse Sonate fftr Violine und Pianoforte. 
Op. lai in D moll; Mirchen-Bllder, vier Stilcke f&r Pianoforte und 
Viola (Violine ad libit.). Op. 113; Drei Romanaen fftr Oboe (ad 
libit. Violine) und Pianoforte. Op. 94 in A moll, A dnr, A moil; 
Funf Stiicke im Volkston fdr Violoncell (ad libit Violine) und Piano- 
forte. Op. xoa. 

Serie 6: Ftir ein oder zwei Pianoforte zu vier Handen. 

• M.3xei.i.6 
Contents. — Fur xwei Pianoforte^ Andante und Variationen. Op. 46; 
Ffir ein Pianoforte, Bilder aus Oaten, Sechs Impromptus, Op. 66; 
Zw51f vierhindige Klavierstftcke fftr kleine und grosse Kinder, I. AbUi. 
Op 85; Ballscenen. Op. 109; KinderbaU, sechs leichte TanxstilclGe. 
Op. 130. 

Serie 7: Ftir Pianoforte zu zwei Handen. 6 v. in 3. 

M.3X6.X.7 

Contents. — i. Variationen fiber den Namen MAbegg." Op. i ; Papillona. 
Op. a; Studien nach (^pricen von Paganini beairbeitet Op. 3; Inter- 
mexxi. Op. 4; Impromptus fiber ein Thema von (Hara Wiedc Op. St 
xste und ate Ausgabe; Die Davidsbfindler, achtaehn Charakterstflcke. 
Op. 6, iste und ate Ausgabe; ToccaU. Op. 7; Allegro. Op. 8. a. 
Carnaval, Seines mignonnes sur 4 notes. Op. 9; Sechs Coooert- 
Etuden nach Capricen von Paganini. Op. 10; Cxrossa Sonate No. i. 
Op. 11; Phantasiestficke. Op. la; Etuden in Form von Variationen 
(Symphonische Etuden). Op. 13, iste und ate Ausgabe. g. Grosse 
Sonate No. 3. Op. 14, iste und ate Ausgabe ; Kinderscenen. Op. 15 ; 
Kretsleriana. Op. 16; Phantasie. Op. 17; Arabeske. Op. 182 
Blumenstuclc Op. 19. 4. Humoreske. Op. so; Novellettea. Op. ai; 
Sonate No. a. Op. as; Nachtstncke. Op. a3; Faschingsschwaidc aus 
Wien. Op. a6; Drei Romanxen. (>p. s8; Scherao, Gigue, Romanxe 
und Fughette, vier Clavierstucke. Op. 3a. 3. Studien ffir den PedU- 
flugel, sechs Stflcke in kanonischer Form. Op. 56; Skiasen fftr den 
Pedalflfigel. Op'. 58; Dreiundvierxig Clavieratficke. Op. 68; Vier 
Fugen. Op. 7a; Vier MJLrsche. Op. 76; Waldscenen, neun Clavler- 
stficke. Op. 8a. 6. Bunte Blatter, vierxehn Stncke. Op. 99; Drd 
Phantasiestficke. Op. iii; Drei Clavier-Sonaten fftr die Jngcnd. 
Op. 118; Albumblatter, xwanxig Clavierstficke. Op. ia4; Siebcn 
Stficke in Fughettenform. Op. ia6; Gesinge der Frfihe, ffini Stftckc. 
Op. 138. 

Serie 8 [bound with Serie 6] : Fur Orgel. M.3xei.i.8 

Contmts. — Sechs Fugen fiber den Namen „Bach,'' ffir Orgd (oder 
Pianoforte mit Pedal). Op. 60. 

Serie 9: Grossere Gesangwerke mit Orchester oder mit 
mehreren Ins^umenten. Partitur. 7 v. ' M.3X6.X.9 

Contsnts. — i. Daa Paradies und die Peri ffir Soloetimmen, Chor vnd 
Orchester. Op. 50; Adventlied ffir Sopran-Solo und Chor mit Or- 
chesterbegleitung. Op. 71. a. Genoveva, Oper in 4 Acten. Op. 81. 
9. Beim Abschied xu singen, ffir Chor mit Orchester oder Pianoforte. 
Op. 84; Verxweifle nicht im Schmerxenthal, Motett ffir doppdten 
Mannerchor mit Begleitung des Orchesters und der Orgel ad Ubitmn. 
Op. 93; Requiem ffir Mignon, aus Goethe's Wilhefan Meister, ffir 
Chor, Solostimmen, und Orchester. Op. 98b; Nachtlied Hu Chor 
und Orchester. Op. 108; Der Rose Pilgerfahrt, Mirchen nach einer 
Dichtung von Moritx Horn ffir Solostimmen, (3ior and Or ch es t er. 
Op. 1 1 a. 4. Manfred, dramatisches Gedlcht in drei Abthellungen 
von Lord Byron. Op. 113; Der KSnigssohn, Ballade von Ludwig 
Uhland ffir Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester. Op. 116; Fflnf 
Gesinge aus Laube's Jagdbrevier fflr vierstimmigen Minnerchor (mit 
Begleitung von 4 Hornern ad libitum). Op. 137; Des Singers Floch, 
Ballade nach Ludwig Uhland bearbeitet von Richard Pohl ffir Solo- 
stimmen, Chor und Orchester. Op. 139. 5. Vom Pagen und der 
Konigstochter, vier Balladen von Em. Geibel ffir Soloatimmen, Chor 
und Orchester. Op. 140; Das Glfick von Edenhall, Ballade nach 
Ludwig Uhland, bearbeitet von Haaendever ffir Minnerstimmen, Soil 
und Chor mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 143; Neqjahrslied von 
Fr. Rfickert fur Chor mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 144. 6. 
Messe ffir vierstimmigen Chor mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 
147; Requiem ffir Chor und Orchester. Op. 148. 7. Scenen ana 
Goethe's Faust ffir Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester. 

Serie 10: Mehrstimmige Gesangwerke mit Pianoforte. 
Partitur. 2 v. M.316.1.XO 

Conttnts. — I. Vier Duette fur Sopran und Tenor. Op. 34; Drei 
Lieder ffir xwei Singstimmen. Op. 43; Vier Duette ffir Sopran und 
Tenor. Op. 78; Madchenlieder von E. Kulmann ffir xwei Slngstlm- 
men. Op. 103. s. Drei Gedichte von Emanuel Geibel ffir md^ 
stimmigen Gesang. Op. 39; Romanxen fur Frauenstimmen (Heft i, 
2). Op. 69, 91 ; Spanisches Liederspiel fur eine und mehrere Sing- 
stimmen. Op. 74; Minneapiel aus Fr. Ruckert's Liebesfrfihling ffir 
eine und mehrere Singstimmen. Op. 10 1; Drei Lieder fftr drei 
Frauenstimmen. Op. 114: Spanische Liebeslieder ffir eine vnd 
mehrere Singstimmen mit Pianofortebegleitung xu vier Hftnden. Op. 
138; Der deutsche Rhdn, patriotisches Lied fur eine Singstimme und 

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Schmuuiii, Robert Alexander. (CanHmud.) 

Serie t\: Pur Mannerchor. Partitur. M.31&1.11 

CoNfMlr. — Seehi Lieder fflr melintimnlgeii Mimiergemif ; Drd 
Ii«der fftr Miniicrelior ; RitonMOe in eaaoiiitelMn Wciten fftr nchr- 
ftimmigeii M inner getaiig. 

Serie 12: Pur Sopran, Alt, Tenor und Bass (ohne Beglei- 
tnng). Partitur. 1I.3Z6.X.X3 

CMlMte. — Fflnf Lieder ffir gemitehten Chor. Op. 55; VIer 
Gcsince fftr ffemiachten Chor. Op. 59; Romanxen und BsUadcn fttr 
femiichten Chor (Heft 1, a). Op. 67, 75 ; Vier doppelehArige Getlnce 
fttr srS ucre jGeMngrereine. Op. 141; Romanscn and BaOaden fftr 
gemiaditcn Chor (Heft 3, 4)* Op. i4S» >4^ 

Serie 13: Pur eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte. 4 V. M.3Z6.1.X3 

CoHtttUt. — I. Liedericreia von H. Hdne. Op. ail Myrthen, Lieder- 
krela. Op. »$; Lieder and (^eainge (Heft i). Op. 37; Drei Gedichte 
Ton Emanael GeibeL Op. 30; Drei (Seainge ron Ad. Ton Chamlaao. 
Op. 31; Zwftlf CSedicfate ran Jostinoa Kemer. Op. 35 ; Sccha Gedichte 
ana dem Liederbnche elnea Malera, Ton Reinick. Op. 36. a. Zwolf 
(^efldite ana Fr. RAckert'a Liebeafrfihling. Op. 37; Liederkreia, 
xw51f Geainge ron J. von Elchendorff. Op. 39; Fftnf Lieder fur eine 
tiefe Stimme. Op. 40; Frauenliebe and Leben, Liedereyklaa von Ad. 
Yon Chamiaao. Op. 4a; Romanxen and Balladen (Heft x). Op. 45; 
Dichterliebe, LledcrcjUaa ron H. Heine. Op. 4S; Romanxen and 
Balladen (Heft a). Op. 49; Lieder und Geainge (Heft a). Op. 51; 
Romanxen and Balladen (Heft 3). Op. 53. 3. Belaatxar, Ballade Ton 
H. Heine fftr eine tiefe Stimme. Op. 57; Romanxen und Balladen 
(Heft 4). Op. 64; Lieder and Geainge (Heft 3)* Op. 77; Lieder- 
Album f&r die Jugend. Op. 79; Drei (»eaingc. Op. S3; Der Hand- 
achuh. Ballade ron Fr. Ton Schiller. Op. S7; Secha (Seainge yon W. 
▼on der Neun. Op. 89; Secha Gedichte yon N. Lenau and Requiem 
(altkathoHachea Gedicht). Op. 90; Drei (Seainge ana Lord Bfron'a 
Hebriiachen (^eaingen mlt Begleitung der Harfe oder dea Pianoforte. 
Op. 95; Lieder und Geainge (Heft 4). Op. 96. 4. Lieder and 
Geainge aus (joethe*t Wilhelm Meiater. Op. 9Sa; Sieben Lieder yon 
E. Kulmann. Op. 104; Secha Geainge. Op. X07; Vier Hnaaren 
Lieder yon N. Lenau fflr eine Baritonatimme. Op. 117; Drei Gedichte 
•na den WaldHedem yon S. Pfarriua. Op. x 19 ; Ffinf heitere (jeainge. 
Op. I as; Fftnf Lieder und Geainge. Op. 1x7; (Sedichte der KAnigin 
Maria Stuart. Op. 135; Vier (^inge. Op. 14X; SchAn Hedwig, 
Ballade yon Fr. Hebbel filr Deklamation mlt Begleitung dea Piano- 
forte. Op. X06; Zwel Balladen fAr Deklamation mlt Bej^leitung dee 
Pianoforte. Op. laa; Soldatanlied. 

Serie 14: Supplement. M.3Z6.X.X4 

Canlantr. — Andante und Varlatlonen ffir a Pianoforte, a Violoncelle 
and Horn; An Anna, (Sedicht yon J. Kemer f&r eide Singadmme 
and Pianoforte; Im Herbate, (Sedicht yon J. Kemer fflr eine Sing- 
Btlmme and Pianoforte; Hirtenknabe, (^icht yon Ekert fAr eine 
SIngatimme and Pianoforte; Sommerroh, (Sedicht yon Chr. Schad 
ffir awei Singatimmen and Pianoforte; Symphoniache Etfiden fflr 
Pianoforte (Anhang au Op. 13); Scherxo ffir Pianoforte (Anhang 
an Op. 14) ; Preato fftr Pianoforte (Anhang xu Op. aa) ; Thema (Ba 
dur) fftr Pianoforte. 

Der Abendstern. [Mannerclior.] {In Das Rutli. P. 476.) 

No. 202 in 1I.X474 

Adventlied. Von Friedricli Rticlcert. Fur Sopran Solo und 
Chor mit Begleitung des Orchesters componirt von R. 
Schumann. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hart el. 
[186-?] No. I in ll.28a57 

Same. Advent hymn (In lowly guise thy King appeareth) 
for s. solo and chorus. Translated from Fr. Rtickert by 
J. Troutbeck. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London.' 
Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 11 in If.x57.ax 

Same. Hymn for Advent. Written by Fr. Ruckert. Set 
to music for solo voices, chorus and orchestra by Robert 
Schumann. Op. 71. Translated by Natalia Macfarren. 
Vocal score. London. Augener & Co. [187-?] 

With Rngliah and (3erman worda. No. I in lI.ao3.6 

At break of day. Four-part song [t. t. b. b.], with an ac- 
comp. for^ [4] horns (ad lib.). (In The Orpheus. New 
series. Vol. 7, pp. 94-99) No. 20 in ll.205.xa7 

Battle song [t. t. b. b.]. The words translated by J. Trout- 
beck. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. (187-?] 
Alao to be found in The Orpheua. No. 5 in ll.x57.ax 

Beim Abschied zu singen. Lied von Freiherrn E. v. Feuch- 
tersleben. Fur Chor mit Begleitung von 2 Floten, 2 
Hoboen, 2 Clarinetten, 2 Fagotten, 2 Hornern, oder 
Pianoforte. Klavier Auszug. Leipzig. Whistling. 1859. 

No. 3 in ll.x57.ax 

Belsatzar. Ballade [s. o. T.l von Heine. Ftir eine Sing- 
stimme, mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von R. 
Schumann. Leipzig. Stoll. [185-?] No. 9 in Il.a44.x5.a 

Bilder aus Osten von Robert Schumann. Op. 66. Ftir 



Schtunann, Robert Alexander. (CmUmntd.) 

Orchester bearbeitet von Carl Reinecke. Partitur. Leip- 
zig. Kistner. [187-?] No. 5 in M.344.x8 

Blame not. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Mosenthal. Songs 
of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 14, 15.) 

No. 3 in lE.a04.38 

The boat A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 
book. 2d series. Vol. 13, pp. 11 7-1 22.) No. 20 in M.X95.X.X3 

[Die Braut von Messina.] Ouverture zur Braut von Mes- 
sink von Fr. v. Schiller. Fur grosses Orchester com- 
ponirt von Rob. Schumann. Op. 100. Partitur. Leipzig. 
Peters. [ 186-?] No. 2 in M.344.x8 

Chanson de mai. Duo [s. s. Accomp. de piano]. Por- 
trait. Facsimile. (In Album du Gaulois. Vol. 2.) 

No. 19 in M.39X.a8.a 

Chant du soir (Abendlied) extrait de Top. 85 [de R. Schu- 
mann]. Orchestre transcription par C. St Saens. [Par- 
tition.] Paris. Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [186-?] 

No. 3 in ll.349.36 

Concert fur das Pianoforte, mit Begleitung des Orchesters. 
Op. 54. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [186-?] 

No. I in ll.344.x9 

Concertstiick fur 4 Horner und grosses Orchester. Op. 86. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [186-?] 

No. 4 in ll.34a.36 

Confidence. [Double chorus, s. s. a. a. t. t. b. B.] (In 
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 13, pp. 107- 
II3-) No. 18 in 1I.X95.X.X3 

Der Eidgenossen Nachtwache. [Mannerchor.] (In Eid- 
genoessischer Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei dem 
lite . . . Sangerfeste. Pp. (1-4).) No. 9 in ll.x3a7 

Der Eidgenossen Nachtwache, von J. von Eichendorff; 
Freiheitslied, von F. Riickert; Schlachtgesang, von F. G. 
Klopstock. Ftir Mannerchor componirt von Schumann. 
Leipzig. Whistling. 1858. No. 2 in lC.x57.ax 

Der Rose Pilgerfahrt. Marchen von Moritz Horn. Musik 
von Robert Schumann. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Kistner. 
[185-?] M.28a5a 

Same. Clavier- Auszug. Ii.a8a53 

Des Sangers Fluch. Ballade nach Ludwig Uhland bear- 
beitet von Richard Pohl. Fur Solostimmen, Chor u. Or- 
chester componirt von R. Schumann. Clavierauszug. 
Elberfeld. Arnold. [186-?] Il.28a56 

Dextera Domini. [Motet. Accomp, for organ.] (In Lutz. 
Motets for the year. No. 12. Pp. 48-52.) 

Arranged from hia Opua 8a, No. 4. No. 12 in M.X56.50 

Dichterliebe. Liedercyklus aus dem Buche der Lieder von 
Heine. Fur eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte componirt von R. Schumann. Neue Auflage. Leip- 

- zig. Peters. [185-?] No. 4, 5 in ll.a44.X5.a 

Conttnis, — 1. Im wunderachfinen Monat Mai. — Aua meinen Thrinen 
aprieaien. — Die Roie, die Lilie — Wenn ichin deine Augen teh*. — 
Ich will meine Seele tauchen. — Im Rhein, im heiligen Strome. — Ich 
grolle nicht — Und wusaten'e die Blumen. a. Daa ist ein Fldten und 
Geigen. — Hfir* ich daa Liedchen klingen. — Ein JOngling liebt ein 
Madchen. — Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen. — Ich hab* im Traum 
geweineL — Allnichtlich im Traume. — Aua alten Mirchen winkt ea 
hervor. — Die alten bdien Lieder. 

The dream. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 
book. 2d series. Vol. 13, pp. 114-116.) No. 19 in M.X95.X.X3 

The dreamy lake. [Part-song, t. t. a. b. ] (In Chickering 
collection. Vol. 2, p. 15.) No. 7 in 11.39348.2 

Drei Lieder ftir 3 Frauenstimmen mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte. Berlin. Simrock. [186-?] No. 3 in 11.28049 
Conttnts. — Ninie. — TrioletL — Sprueh. 

Drei Quartette fiir 2 Violinen, Bratsche und Violoncell. 
Partitur. Op. 41. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [186-?] 

No. 4-6 in ll.344.x7 

Coni^nis. — I. In A minor, a. In F mi^or. 3. In A nu^or. 
Same. Drei Quartette ftir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncell. 

Op. 41. Manuscript. [186-?] No. i in 11.3x3.9 

Early letters. Published by his wife. Translated by May 

Herbert. London. Bell. 1888. Il.xa8.x 

£tudes symphoniques en forme de variations. [Par] 

Robert Schumann. Pour orchestre. Instrument^ par 

Willem Kes. Partition. Berlin. Simrock. 1897. 

No. 2 in M.404.X5 

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Schumann, Robert Alexander. (Continued.) 
Die ewige Burg. Ftir Mannerchor. (In Eidgenoessischer 
Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei dem iite . . . Sanger- 
feste. Pp. d-io.) No. 9 in M.Z30.7 

Alio to be fonnd in Same, iste Sftngerfette; Dm RftUi 

Fantasiestucke fur Pianoforte u. Clarinette (oder Violine, 
Oder Violoncell). Op. 73. Berlin. Luckhardt. [187-?] 

No. 5 in M.353.15 

Feat-Ouverture mit Gesang uber daa Rhetnweinlied. Fur 
Orchester und Chor. Op. 123. Partitur. Bonn. Sim- 
rock. [ 1853 ?] No. 3 in M.344.94 

Die Fluchtlinge. Ballade von Shelley. Ftir Declamation 
mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von R. Schu- 
mann. Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] No. 6in M.a44.z54 

Forester's chorus [t. t. & b. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 
(In Chickering collection. Vol. i, pp. 29-32.) 

No. 12 in 11.399.48.1 

Frauenliebe und Leben. Lieder-Cyclus von A. v. Cha- 

misso. Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung 

des Pianoforte componirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. 

Heinze. [ 185-?] No. 2 in II.244.X5.9 

C^HtmU, — Sdt ich ilm getehen. — Er, der herrltchate von Allen. — 
leh kann't nicht fMten. — Du Ring an meinem Finger. — Helft mir. 
ibr Schwestem. — Susser Freund, du blickett mich verwundert an. — 
An meinem Herxen. — Nun haBt du mir den ertten Schmerz gethan. 

Frtihlingsgruss. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoessischer 
Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei dem I2te . . . Sanger- 
feste. P. 28.) No. 8 in II.130.7 

Funf Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung 

des Pianoforte. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [185-?] 

No. I in Il.a44.x5.a 
CmOmiit* — Min Veilchen. -^ Muttertraum. — Der Soldat — Der 
Spielmann. — Verrathene Liebe. 

Funf Lieder von Robert Burns. Fiir gemischten Chor com- 
ponirt von Rob. Schumann. Leipzig. Whistling. 1857. 

No. 6 in 11.380.49 

C^mitnis. — Da* Hoclilandmidchen. — Zahnwch. — mMIcIi sieht et 
nach dem Ddrfchen bin." — - Die alte gute Zeit. — Hochlandborach. 

Funf Stiicke im Volkston fur Pianoforte u. Violoncell. Op. 

102. Berlin. Luckhardt. [187-?] No. 8 in M.353.X5 

Gedichte der Konigin Maria Stuart. In Musik gesetzt von 

R. Schumann. [Mit Pianofortebegleitung.] Leipzig. 

Siegel. [ 185-?] No. 9 in Il.a44.x54 

CMilmte. — Abfchied von Frankreicb. — Nacb der Geburt ihret Sobnes. 
— An die Kfinigin Elisabeth. — Abschied iron der Welt. — Gebet. 

Genoveva. Oper in 4 Acten, nach Tieck und F. Hebbel. 
Musik von Robert Schumann. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. 
[1873?] I[.aa6.z8; 11.352.17 

Same. Clavierauszug. ll.a74.21 

Same. Ouverture zu der Oper: Genoveva. Op. 81. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Peters. [187-?] No. i in ll.344.18 

Gipsy life. See his Zigeunerleben. 

Das Gluck von Edenhatl. Ballade nach L. Uhland bear- 
beitet von R. Hasenclever. Ftir Mannerstimmen, Soli u. 
Chor mit Begleitung des Orchesters componirt von Rob. 
Schumann. [Partitur.] Winterthur. Rieter-Biedermann. 
[ 187-?] No. 2 in ll.a80.50 

Same. The luck of Edenhall. A ballad (the words adapted 
from Uhland) for male voices, soli & chorus. Composed 
by R. Schumann. Op. 143. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] 
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [ 187-?] No. 2 in 11.250.48 

Der Handschuh. Ballade von F. von Schiller. Fur eine 
Singstimme [s. o. t.] componirt von R. Schumann. Leip- 
zig. Whistling. 1859. No. 6 in If .244.15.3 

Have a care! Four-part song [t. t. b. b.], with an accomp. 
for [4] horns (ad lib.). (In The Orpheus. New series. 
Vol. 7. pp. 78-85.) No. 18 in II.205.10.7 

[Hermann und Dorothea.] Ouverture zu (Goethe's Her- 
mann u. Dorothea. Fur Orchester von Rob. Schumann. 
Op. 136. Partitur. Winterthur. Rieter-Biedermann. 
[ 186-?] No. I in 11.344.24 

The hunter's morning song. Four-part song [t. t. b. b.], 
with an accomp. for [4] horns (ad lib.). (In The Or- 
pheus. New series. Vol. 7, pp. 86-93.) No. 19 in 11.205.10.7 

Die Hutte. Wamung. Der Brautigam und die Birke. Drei 
Gedichte aus den Waldliedern von S. Pfarrius. Fur eine 
Singstimme [t. o. bar.], mit Begleitung des Pianoforte 



Schumann, Robert Alexander. (Contmmd.) 

von R. Schumann. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [185-?] 

No. 5 in II«a44.x54 

Hymn for Advent. See his Adventlied. 

In full chase. Four-part song [t. t. b. b.], with an accomp. 
for [4] horns (ad lib. In The Orpheus. New aeries. Vol. 
7, pp. 100-108.) No. 21 in IC.2Q5.X0.7 

In meinem Garten die Nelken. Lied fur 3 Soprane. [Mit 
Pianofortebegleitung.] Leipzig. Breitkopf He Hartel. 
[ 187-?] No. I in lC.fl8o49 

Introduction und Allegro appassionato. ConcertstCick fur 
das Pianoforte mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 92. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] 

No. 2 in M.344.X9 

Der Knabe mit dem Wunderhorn. Der Page. Der Hidalgo. 
Drei Gedichte von E. Geibel. Fur eine Singstimme mit 
Begleitung des Piano-Forte vOn R. Schumann. Berlin. 
Bote & Bock. [185-?] No. 7 in 11.244.x 5.x 

Der Konigssohn. Ballade von Ludwig Uhland. Ftir Soto- 
stimmen, Chor und Orchester von Robert Schumann. 
Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Whistling, [i860.] 

No. 3 in I[.a8a57 

Lieder fur die Jugend. Abtheilung 1-3. Leipzig. Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. [186-?] No. 2-4 in M.244.X5.3 
CMilmte. — I. Far Jfingere: Der Abcndatem; Schmettcrling ; FHIh- 
lingsbotacbaft ; FrfiblingtgruM ; Vom Scblaralfenland ; SonnUg; Zwei 
Zigeunerlicdeben ; Dee Knat>en Berglied; Kauzleia; Hinaos in*t Frcie; 
Der Sandmann; Kinderwacht. a. Fur Adtere: MarienwArmchen ; Die 
Det Sennen Abtchied; Er ieft; Dee Bobcn SchfiUenlicd; Scbnee- 
Waite; Weihnachulied ; Die wandelnde Glocke; Frablingtankonft ; 
glAckcben; Lied Ljneeut dci Thfinnert; Mignon. 3. ZweMmmigc 
Lieder: Mailied; Das Gluck; Frublingelied ; Die Schwalben; Sstinne- 
lied. 

Lieder, Gesange und Requiem fiir Mignon, aus Goethe'a 

Wilhelm Meister. Ftir Gesang und Pianoforte von R. 

Schumann. Abtheilung i. Leipzig. Breitkopf & HarteL 

185-?! No. 1 1 in 1I.244.X5.3 

Ccnt€Hts. — Kenntt du da* Land? -^ Ballade det Harfeera. — Nur wer 
die Sehnf ucht Icennt. — Wer nie win Brod mit Thrinen aie. — HeiM* 
mich nicht reden. — Wer tich der Eintamkeit ergiebt. — Singet nicht 
in Trauertdnen. — An die Thuren will ich echldchen. — So lasst mich 
•cheinen bia ich werde. 

Lieder und Gesange fur eine Singstimme mit Begleitung 
des Pianoforte. Heft i. Op. 27. Leipzig. Whistling. 
1861. No. 6 in M.244.X5.X 

C^afffflt. — Sag* an, O Ueber Vogd mdn. — Dem rothcn Rdelciii 
gleicht mein Lieb*. — Wat toU ich tagcn? — Jaaminenttraoch. — Nor 
ein lichelnder Blick. 

Same. Heft 2. Op. 51. No. 7 in Il.a44.x5^ 

Ccnttnis. — Sehnsucht — Volktliedchen. — Ich wand'ra nicht — Aof 
dem Rhein. — Liebetlied. 

Same. Heft 3. Op. 77- No. i in M.a44.x5.3 

CaninOs. — Der frohe Wandenmann. — Mein Garten. — Geittcralhe. 
~ Stiller Vorwurf. — Aultrige. 

Same. Heft 4« Op. 96. No. 10 in 1I.244.X5.3 

Comignit. — Naehtlied. — Schneeglflckchen. — Ihre Stimme. -— Ge- 
tmigeni — Himmd und Erde. 

Lieder und Gesange von Kerner, Heine, Graf Strachwitz 
und Shakespeare. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit 
Begleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 127. Dresden. Paul. 
[ 185-?] No. 8 in M.244.X54 

ConimH, — Singera Trott. — Dein Angedcht — Bt lenchtet mdne 
Liebe. — Mein tltet Rott. — Schlust det Narren ant „Wat ibr wolU." 

Lieder- Kreis. Zwolf Gesange von J. von Eichendorff. Fur 
eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte com- 
ponirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. Heinze. [186-?] 

• . « - No. 12 in M.a44.x<.x 

CoHttnis. — In der Fremde. — In t e imeta o. — Wal d etge t p ri ch. — Die 
Stille. — Mondnacht — Sch&ne Fremde. — Auf einer Burg. — Ich 
h5r' die Bichlein rautchen. — Wehmuth. — Zwidicht. — Im Walde. 

— Fruhlingtnacht. 

Liederkries von H. Heine. Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder 
T.] und Pianoforte componirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & HarteL [185-?] No. i in M.244.X5.X 

CoHttHts, Morgent tteh' ich anf and frage. — Et treibt mich Un, et 

treibt mich her. — Ich wandelte unter den Biumen. — Lieb' T-H m'*w * 

— Schone Wiege meiner Leiden. — Warte, warte, wilder Schiffmann. 

— Berg' und Burgen tchau'n henmter. — Anfangt woUt* ich fatt vcr* 
zagen. — Mit Myrthen und Roten. 

The life of Robert Schumann, told in his letters. [Edited 
by F. Gustav Jansen.] Translated by May Herbert. 
London. Bentley. 1890. 2 v. M.xa6.x8 



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Schumann, Robert Alexander. (CtrnHnued.) 
Die Lotoablume. (H. Heine.) Ftir gemischten Chor und 
Streichorchetter (a Violinen, Bratsche, Violoncell n. 
Baas). Bearbeitet von Carl Hirsch. Partitur mit unter- 
gelegtem Klavierauszug. Leipzig. Siegel. [i88-?] 

No. 4 in M.39X.45 

Same. The lotus flower [t. t. b. & Boston]. Russell & 

Co. 1874. [The Apollo.] No. 13 in ll.384.x9 

Alio to b« fomd ia Motcsllial'i Soiifs of th» MenddMolui Glee Clob. 

Die Lowenbraut. Die Kartenlegerin. Die rothe Hanne. 

Von A. von Chamisso. Fur eine Sings timme mit Be- 

gleitung des Pianoforte von R. Schumann. Hamburg. 

Cranz. [ 185-?] No. 8 in Il.a44.x5.x 

The luck of Edenhall. See his Das Gliick von Edenhall. 
Marchenbilder. Vier Stticke fur Pianoforte u. Viola oder 

Violine. Op. 113. Berlin. Luckhardt. [187-?] 

No. 9 in ll.353.x5 
Same. Ftir Orchester bearbeitet von Max Erdmannsdorfer. 

Partitur. Berlin. Luckhardt. [187-?] No. 4 in ll.344.x8 
Manfred. Dramatisches X^dicht in 3 Abtheilungen von 

Lord Byron, mit Musik von Robert Schumann. Partitur. 

Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [186-?] No. i in ll.a80.50 
Same. Klavierauszug. Ii.98a59 

Same. Poeme dramatique. Fragments dispose en suite 

d'orchestre. Op. 115. Partition. Paris. Durand, Schoene- 

werk & cie. [188-?] No. 4 in ll.335.13 

Same. Ouverture fur grosses Orchester zu Manfred. Op. 

X15. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [1859?] 

No. 3 in ll.335.x3 
Die Meersee. Husarenzug. Jung Volker. Fruhltngslied. 

Fnihlingslust. 5 heitere Gesange fur eine Singstimme 

[s. o. T.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. Magdeburg. 

Heinrichshof en. [ 185-?] No. 7 in Il.a44.x54 

Messe, fur vierstimmigen Chor mit Begleitung des Or- 

chesters. Leipzig. Rieter-Btedermann. [186-?] 

M.a5047 
Same. [Klavierauszug.] No. i in M.a5a48 

Minnespiel aus Riickert's Liebesfruhling. Fur eine und 

mehrere Singstimmen (a. a. t. b.) mit Begleitung des 

Pianoforte von R. Schumann. Leipzig. Whistling. 

1^5^ No. la in M.a44.x5.3 

CMlMte. — Mdne T5ne tHII and belter, Lied tt.]. — Liebster, delne 
Worte itehlen, GeMng [■.]. — Ich bin dein Baum, O Girtner, 
Daett [a. ■.]. — Mein acbdner Stern, kh bitte dich. Lied [t.]. — 
Schon itt dai Fett des Lenses, Qnartett [ft. a. t. ■.]. — O Freund, 
mein Schfa-m, mein Schutx, Lied (t. o. a.]. — Die Uutend Grfiite die 
wir dir tenden. Duett (ft. t.]. ~ So wshr die Sonne ichetnet, Qiuv- 
tett (ft. A. T. ■.]. 

Music and musicians. Essays and criticisms. Translated, 
edited and annotated by Fanny Raymond Ritter. [ist,] 
ad series. London. Reeves. 1877, 80. a v. Portrait. 

M.X07.X3 

Myrthen: Liederkreis von Gothe, Ruckert [u. s. w.]. Fiir 
Gesang und Pianoforte von Robert Schumann. Heft 1-4. 
Leipzig. Kistner. [ 185-?] No. a-5 in M.a44.x5.x 

CMlmf/. — I. Wldraong. — Frelslmi. — Der Ntmbaum. -* Jcmaad. 

— Lieder aus dem Scbenkenbuch im Diwan Ton Gdthe: SlU* Icb 
allehi; Setae mir niebt, dn Grobian. a. Die Lotoablume. -^ Taliamanc. 

— Ued der SnlcOca. — Die HoehUnder-Wittwc. — Lieder der Brant 
aua den LicbasfrflUing Ton Rflckert: Mutter, Mutter, glaube nicht; 
Laaa mich Ibm am Buacn bangen. 3. Hoeblindera Abachied. — Hoch- 
lindiaebca Wiecenlied : Aua den hebriiaeben Geainflen von Bryon. — 
RitbaeL — Zwci venetianiaebe Lieder von T. Moore: Lda' rudem bier, 
mein Gondolier; Wena dureb die Piaietta. 4. Hauptmann'i Wetb. — 
Wdt, weiti — Waa will die einaame Tbrine. — Niemand. — Im 
Weatcn. — Dn biat wie eine Blume. — Aua den datUeben Rosen. — 
Zum Scblnaa. 

Nachtlied von F. Hebbel. Fur Chor und Orchester com- 
ponirt von Robert Schumann. Clavierauszug. Bonn. 
Simrock. [ 185-?] No. 4 in M.380.49 

Nanie. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 8$m)2.) 

No. 16 in ll.ao4.36.7 

Neujahrslied von Friedrich Riickert. Ftir Chor mit Be- 
gleitung des Orchesters componirt von Robert Schu- 
mann. Op. 144. [Partitur.] Winterthur. Ricter- 
Biedermann. [ 186-?] No. i in M.34a.35 

Same. [Klavierauszug.] M.a8o.58 



Schumann, Robert Alexander. (CorUmmd,) 

Night watch of the Swiss confederates. [Part-song, t. t. 

& B.] N. p. N. d. No. 7 in M*i57-3i 

Alao to be found in Tbe Oagood Coflection of part-aonga. 

O Saviour of the world. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Buck. 
Motette collection. Vol. a, pp. 17a, 173.) 

No. 43 in M.xoa4«a 

Ouverture, Scherzo und Finale ftir Orchester. Op. 5a. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Kistner. [185-?] No.ainM.344^ 

Ouverture zu Shakspeare's Julius Casar. Op. ia8. Par- 
titur. Braunschweig. Litolff. [186-?] No. 4 in M.353.X4 

Das Paradies und die Peri. Dichtung aus Lalla Rookfa 
von Th. Moore. Fur Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester 
componirt von Robert Schumann. Partitur. Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. [185-?] M.34X.X5 

Same. Klavierauszug. M.a8o.55 

Phantasie-Stticke. Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle. 
Op. 88. [Partition.] London. Augener & Co. [187-?] 

No. 3 in M.353.xa; No. 6 in M.353»X5 

Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] a v. 

No. a3 in M.axx4.34 

The piano works of Robert Schumann. Edited by E. 
Pauer. London. Augener & Co. [187-?] 4 v. lUus. 
Portrait. ii«354-i 

Volumea 1 and 3 are of tlie fourth edition, volume a of tbe third. 
CmUttUs* — VoL I. Op. I. Air on the name "Abegy" with variations. 

— Op. a. Papillona. — Op. 3. fttudea d'aprte Lea caprioea de Paganini. 
— Op. 4. Six intcrmeasi. — Op. 5. Impromptu on an air of Clara Wieek. 

— Op. C Die DaTidabiindler. — Op. 7. Toccata. — Op. S. Allegro. — 
Op. 9. CaraeraL — Op. 10. Six atudiea after Paganini'a Caprices. — 
Op. II. Sonata in F abarp minor. — Op. la. Fantaaie Stfleke: ETcning; 
Soaring; Wlij; Whima; Night; Fable; Dream Tistons; Tbe climax. 
VoL a. Op. 13. £tude en forme de variationa. — Op. 14. Grande aonate 
in F minor. — - Op. 13. Secnea from childhood. — Op. 16. Kreialeriana, 
S fantasiaa. — Op. 17. Fantaaia in C mnjor. — Op. iS. Arabeaque. — 
Op. 19. Blumanstilck. — Op. ao. Humorcaque. — Op. ai. Norelletten : 
No. I in F; a-s in D; 6 in A; 7 in B; S in F abarp minor. VoL 3. Op. 
9M. Sonata No. a, in G minor. — Op. »t» Night vidona. — Op. a6. Car- 
nival'a jeat from Vienna. — Op. aS. Three romances; No. x in B flat 
minor; No. a in F aharp major; No. 3 in B major. — Op. 3a. Scherxo, 
gigue, romanaa h fughetta. — Op. S4- Concerto in A minor. — Op. s^. 
Six atudiea for tbe pedal piano. — Op. 58. Four aketchea for the pedal 
piano. — Op. 60. Six fuguca on tbe name of "Bach." — Op. 68. Album 
for joung people. VoL 4. Op. 7a. Four fugues. — Op. 76. Four marches. 

— Op. Sa. Forest aeenca. — > Op. 9a. Introduction ft allegro appaa- 
aionato. — Op. 99. LeaTca of different colors^ — Op. 111. Three Phan- 
taaieatucke. — Op. 118. Three aonataa: In remembrance of Julia; To 
Elisa; Dedicated to Mary. — Op. ia4. Album leayes: Impromptu; 
Coming woe; Schendno; Walts; Fancy-dance; A little cradle aong; 
Slow waits; Grief without end; Impromptu; Walts; Romansa; Bur* 
leaca; Larghetto; A viaion; Walta; Slumber aong; The elf; Tbe mea- 
aage ; A fancy piece ; Canon. — Op. laC Seven piano piecea in fughetta 
form. — Op. 133. Morning aongs, 5 pieces. — Op. 134. Concert-allegro 
with introductioii. 

Pictures from the Orient. [Two transcriptions for the 
organ by Dudley Buck. Op. 40.] New York. Schirmer. 
1868. No. 18 in UMoa 

Quatuor pour piano, violon, alto & violoncelle. Op. 47. 
[Partition.] Paris. Flaxland. [185-?] No. 2 in M.351^1 

Quintett fiir Pianoforte, a Violinen, Viola und Violoncello. 
Op. 44. [Pianoforte allein.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & 
Hartel. [ 185-?] No. i in M.351.31 ; No. 3 in M.357.5 

Same. [Stimmen der Streichinstrumenten.] 4 v. 

No. 15 in M.911.C1-4 

Requiem fur Chor u. Orchester. Op. 148. [Partitur.] 
Leipzig. Rteter-Biedermann. [186-?] No. a in M.349.35 

Same. [Klavierauszug.] No. a in M.xs6.z 

Requiem fur Mignon [aus Goethe's Wilhelm Meister]. 
Fur Chor, Solostimmen und Orchester [von Robert 
Schumann]. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Breitkopf He 
Hartel. [ 185-?] No. a in M.a8a57 

Same. Requiem for Mignon from Goethe's Wilhelm 
Meister. Solo voices, chorus and orchestra. Composed 
by Robert Schumann. Translated by Natalia Macfarren. 
Vocal score. London. Augener & Co. [187-?] 

No. a in Ujnoi^ 

Resignation. Die Blume der Ergebung. Der Einsiedler. 
Drei Gesange ftir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit Be- 
gleitung des Pianoforte. Hamburg. Schuberth & Co. 
[186-?] No. 5 in M.a44.i5.3 

Reverie. See his Traumerei. 



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Ritornelle von Friedrich Ruckert. In canonischen Weisen 

fur mehrstimmtgen Mannergesang componirt von 

Robert Schumann. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [ i86-?] 

No. 3 in 11.158.94 
ConUmis, — Die Rote ttand im Thau [t. t. b. b. b.]. — Lastt Lautcn- 
■piel [b. b. b. — Bliith' oder Schnec [t. t. t. t. t. b. b.]. — Gebt mir 
xtt trinken [b. b. b.]. — Zflrne nicht des Herbttes Wind [t. t. b. b.]. 

— Im Sommertagen [t. t. b. b.]. — In Meeret Mitten (t. t. b. b.]. 

Romances. Op. 94. Violon et piano. London. Augener 
& Co. [187-?] No. 7 in 11.353.15 

Romanzen ftir Frauenstimmen, mit willkiihrlicher Be- 

• gleitung des Pianoforte. Heft i, 2. Bonn. Simrock. 

[185-?] No. 6, 7 in ll.z58.94 

Ccmituis. — I. Tambtirinicliligeriii. — WaMmidchen. — Kloatcrfrftu- 
Icin. — Soldatcnbraut. — Meerf^. — Die Capdie. a. Roamarien. — 
Jiger Wohlgemuth. — Der Waaaermann. — Daa verlaisene Migdlein. 

— Der Bleicherin Nachtlied. — In Meerea Mitten. 

Romanzen und Balladen fur Chor. Heft i, 2. Leipzig. 

Whistling, i860, 61. No. 4, 5 in Il.z58.a4 

CtmUtUt, — I. Der Kftnig von Thale Ci. a. t. t. Bj.---Scb5n-Rohtraut 
[a. A. T, B.]. — HeidenrSalein (a. a. t. b.]. — Ungewltter [a. a. t. b.]. 
John Anderson [a. a. t. b.]» a. Schnitter Tod [s. a. t. b.]. — Im Walde 
[a. A. T. B.]. — Der traurige Jiger [a. a« a, t« b.]. — Der Rckmt 
[i. A. T. B.]. — Vom rerwundeten Knaben [a. a« t. •.]. 

Romanzen und Balladen fiir Chorgesang. Heft 4, Elber- 
feld. Arnold. [187-?] No. 16 in ll.z58.az 

Contents. — Brautgeaang. — Binkelflnger Willie — Der Traum. — 
Sommerlted. — Daa Schifflein. 

Romanzen und Balladen fur eine Singstimme, mit Be- 

gleitung des Pianoforte. Heft i. Op. 45. Leipzig. 

Whistling. [ 185-?] No. 3 in M.244.z5.a 

ContfHts, — Der Schatxgriber. — Frfihlingafahrt. — Abends am Strand. 

Same. [Heft 2.] Neue Ausgabe. Op. 49. 

No. 6 in M.a44.i5.a 
Conignts. ~~ Die beidcn Grenadlerc. — Die feiadUehcn .Brfider. — Die 
Nonne. 

Same. Heft 3. Op. 53. 1857. No. 8 in M.a44.z5.a 

Contents, — Blondel's Lied. — Lorelcy. — Der arme Peter. 

Same. Heft 4. Op. 64. 1861. No. 10 in M.a44.Z5.a 

Contents. — Die Soldatenbraut — Das Terlaticne Mlgdeldn. — Tragodie. 

The rose stood bathed in dew. [Part-song, t. t. a. b. b.] 
{In Mosenthal. Songs of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. 
Pp. 12, 13.) No. 2 in ll.a04.38 

Seenen aus Gothe's Faust. Fiir Solostimmen, Chor u. 
Orchester componirt von Rob. Schumann. Partitur. 
Leipzig. Peters. [186-?] ll.380.5z 

Same. [Klavierauszug.] No. 3 in M.Z56.Z 

Sechs Gedichte von N. Lenau [Pseud.] und Requiem, 
altkatholisches Gedicht. Fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] 
mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von R. Schu- 
mann. Leipzig. Kistner. [185--?] No. 8 in M.a44.z5.3 

Contents, — Lied einea SchmiadeB. — Maine Rose. — Kommen und 
Schciden. — Die Scnnin. — Rintamkeit. — Der achwere Abend. — 
ReQuiem. 

Sechs Gedichte von Reinick. Fur Sopran- oder Tenor- 

stimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von R. 

Schumann. Hamburg. Schuberth & Co. [185-?] 

No. 10 in M.a44.z5.z 
Contents. — Sonntaga am Rhein. — Stindchen. — NlchtB tchSncret. — 
An den Sonnenechein. — Dichtera Geneaung. — Liebesbotichaft. 

Sechs Gesange ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Be- 
gleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 107. Cassel. Luckhardt. 
[ 185-?] No. 3 in M.244.Z54 

Contents. — Herzeleid. — Die Fenstertcheibe. — Der Gartner. — Die 
Spinnerin. — Im Walde. — AbendUed. 

Sechs Gesange von Wielfried von der Neun [Pseud.]. 
Fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit Begleitung des Piano- 
forte componirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. Kistner. 
[185-?] No. 7 in M.244.Z5.3 

Contents. — Ea atfirmet am AbcndhimmeL — Heimliehea Verachwinden. 
— Herbat-Uad. — Abachicd Tom Walde. — In'i Freie. — Roeelein, 
RAeeleiii. 

Sechs Lieder ftir vierstimmigen Mannergesang. Neue 

Attflage. Op. 33. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [185-?] 

No. 9 in M.39a.34; No. i in M.z57.az 
Contents, — Der trinmande See. — Die Sainneainger. — Die Lotos- 
blame. -^ Der Zecher ala Doetrinir. — Raatlose Liebe. — Frfihlings- 



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Schumaim, Robert Alexander. (Continued.) 
Sieben Lieder von Elisabeth Kulmann. Fur eine Sing- 
stimme [s. o. T.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte com- 
ponirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. Kistner. [1851?] 

No. I in M.a44.i54 

Contents. •— Mood, mdner Seele Liebling. — Viel Glfick aur Relsc, 
Schwalbcn. — Da ncnnst mich armea M&dchen. — Der Zelaig. — Reich 
mir die Hand, O Wolka. — Die letatea Blomen starbcn. — Gekimpft 
hat meine Barke. 

Sinks the night. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 
(In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 93- 
95-) No. 17 in M.ao4.36.7 

Sonate ftir Pianoforte und Violine. Op. 105. Leipzig. 
Hofmeister. [187-?] No. 3 in M.353.Z5 

Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 121. London. Augener 
& Co. [187-?] No. 4 in M.353.15 

Song of freedom [t. t. b. b.]. N. p. N. d. No. 6 in M.z 57.91 

The song of the chase. Four-part song [t. t. b. b.], with an 
accomp. for [4] horns (ad lib. In The Orpheus. New 
series. Vol. 7, pp. 70-77.) No. 17 in M.ao5.zo.7 

Spanische Liebes-Lieder. Ein Cyclus von Gesangen aus 
dem Spanischen ftir eine u. mehrere Stimmen, mit Be- 
gleitung des Pianoforte. Winterthur. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann. {186-?] No. 10 in M.244.Z54 

Contents, — Vorapiel [Piano}. Tief im Hersea trag* ich Pein Ci.].— 
O wie lieblich iat das Midchen [t.]. — Bedeckt mich aait Blomen 
(s. A.). — Flttthenreicher Ebro [BAa.]. — Intermeaso, Natlonaltans 
[Piano]. — Weh, wie sornig iat daa Midchen [t.]. — Hoch, hoch 
sind die Berge [a.]. — Blaue Aagen hat daa Midchen [t. a.]. — 
Dunkler Lichtglanx, blinder Blick [s. a. t. a.]. 

Spanisches Liederspiel. Ein Cyclus ein- und mehr- 

stimmiger Gesange. M^t Begleitung des Pianoforte. 

No. i-^, und Anhang. Leipzig. Kistner. [185-?] 

No. 11-20 in M.244.Z5.2 
Contents. — x. Erste Begeguang [s. a.], a. Und schlifat do, mein 
Midchen [t. b.]. 3. Liebesgram [s. a.]. 4. In der Nscht (a. t.]. 
S. Es ist verrathen [a. a. t. a.]. 6. Melancholic [aj. 7. Geatiadaisa 
[t.] 8. Botschaft [t. a.]. 9. Ich bin geliebt [a. a. t. a J. — Anhang: 
Der Contrabandiste [■.]. 

The stedfast heavens. Trio [& & s. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (/« Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, 
pp. 96-98.) No. 18 in M.ao4.36.7 

Stuck im Volkston (Op. 102, No. 2), fur Streichorchester, 
Clarinette, Horn und Harfe (ad lib.). Obertragen von 
Heinrich Urban. Partitur. Berlin. Luckhardt. [187-?] 

No. 3 in M404.Z5 

Studien fur den Pedal-Fiugel. Op. 56, Heft i: Sechs 
Stiicken in canonischer Form. Leipzig. Whistling. 
186 1. No. 10 in M4Z4.3a 

Symphonic (No. i, B dur) ftir grosses Orchester. Op. 
38. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [185-?] 

M.344^ 

Symphonic, Zweite, ftir grosses Orchester. Op. 61. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Whistling. [185-?] M.344.ai 

Symphonic, Dritte (£s dur), fur grosses Orchester. Op. 
97. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. [186-?] M444^a 

Symphonic No. 4, D moll, fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 
120. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [186-?] 

Same. Erste Bearbeitung aus dem Jahre 1841. Partitur. 
[1891. Werke, herausgegeben von C. Schumann. Serie 
I.] No. I in M.342.36 

Thou art to me a flower. [Arranged for male voices by L. 
Schehlmann.] Boston. Schmidt. [1894.] No. 20 in M.ao3.30 

Die Tochter Jephta's. An den Mond. Dem Holden. Drei 
Gesange aus Byron's Hebraischen Gesangen. Fur eine 
Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit Begleitung der Harfe oder 
des Pianoforte componirt von R. Schumann. Bonn. 
Simrock. [ 185-?] No. 9 in M.244.Z5.3 

Traumerei, aus den Kinderscenen. Fiir Violine mit Be- 
gleitung von Violinen, Bratschen und Violoncello ar- 
rangirt von Hugo Heermann. [Partitur.] Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] No. 3 in M.344.Z8 

Same. Kleine Romanze. [Ftir Violino und Pianoforte.] 
Braunschweig. Litolf f . [ 188-?] No. 9 in M4Z045 

Same. Violin and piano. [Arr. by Henri Ernst. Full 
score and separate part for violin.] Boston. Daven- 
port. 1877. No. 10 in M.357.ia 



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Schumann, Robert Alexander. (Continued.) 

Same. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In The Osgood Collection 

of part-songs. Vol. i, pp. 75-79*) M.193.93.1 

Same. Reverie. [From Op. 15, Traumerei, arranged for 

T. T. B. B. by Th. Pfeiffer.] Berlin. Luckhardt. 1889. 

No. 4 in M.a99^ 

Trio [Erstes] fur Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 

63. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [185-?] 

No. I in ll.35z.30 

Same. Trio [Premier] pour piano, violon et violoncello. 

Op. 63. [Partition.] London. Augener & Co. [187-?] 

No. I in 11.353.15 
Same. [Parties, violon et violoncelle.] 2 v. 

No. 20 in ll.aiz^3y4 

Trio [Zweites] fur Pianoforte, Violine u. Violoncell. Op. 

80. [Partitur.] 2. Auflage. Leipzig. Schuberth. [186-?] 

No. 2 in 11.35z^ 
Same. [Stimmen, Violine und Violoncell.] 2 v. 

No. 21 in M^ai 1^3,4 
Trio, Drittes (G moll), fur Pianoforte, Violine und Violon- 
cell. Op. no. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf &. Hartel. 
[1852.] No. 4 in M.az 1.3.5 

Same. [Stimmen, Violine und Violoncell.] 2 v. 

No. 22 in M.az 1.4.3,4 

Same. Trio [Troisi^me] pour piano, violon et violoncello. 

Op. no. [Partition.] London. Augener & Co. [187-?] 

No. 2 in M.353.Z5 

Uncertain light. [Double chorus, s. s. a. a. t. t. b. b.] (In 

Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 13, pp. 100- 

106.) No. 17 in M.Z95.Z.Z3 

Verzweifle nicht im Schmerzenthal. Von F. Riickert. 

Motette fur doppelten Mannerchor mit Begleitung der 

Orgel (ad lib.) componirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. 

Whistling. [ 185-?] No. 5 in ll.98a49 

Vier doppelchorige Gesange ftir grossere Gesangvereine. 

[Clavierauszug.] Leipzig. Kistner. [186-?] 

No. 7 in M.280.49 
CMif«N#i. — An die Steme, von F. ROckert — UngcwiMet Licht, rcn 
ZedtUti. — Zavcnicht, von Zedtlits. — Talitouuie, too Goetbe. 

Vier Gesange fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Be- 
gleitung des Pianoforte. Op. 142. Leipzig. Rieter- 
Biedermann. [186-?] No. 11 in ll.244.z54 

Cmttnis. — Tract im Gcnng. — Lchn' dcine Wang*. — Midchen- 
Schwcrmath. — Mdae Wagea rollet UngMin. 

Vier Gesange fiir gemischten Chor. Neue Ausgabe. 

Leipzig. Heinze. [ 185-?] No. 2 in ll.z58.24 

C0H$tnis. — Nof4 oder Sfld. — Am Bodenaee.-— Jiferlied.— Gute Nacht 

Vier Husarenlieder von Nicolaus Lenau [Pseud.]. Fur 
einer Baryton-Stimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte 
componirt von R. Schumann. Leipzig. Senff. [186-?] 

No. 4 in Il.a44.z54 

Vom Pagen und der Konigstochtcr. 4 Balladen von E. 
Geibel. Fiir Solostimmen, Chor u. Orchester componirt 
von Rob. Schumann. [Klavierauszug.] Leipzig. Rieter- 
Btedermann. [185-?] II.380.54 

Waldlied aus der Rose Pilgerfahrt. [Mannerchor.] (In 
Eidgenoessischer Saengerverein. Mannerchore ftir das 
Z3te . . . Sangerfest. Pp. 20-23.) No. 3 in M.Z30.7 

Zigeunerleben, fur kleinen Chor. Klavierauszug. Leip- 
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [187-?] No. 2 in If .28049 

Same. Gipsy life. [Part-song.] The English version by 

John Oxenford. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. [186-?] 

No. ^6 in ll.z$7.23: No. i in ll.z58.24 
Alio to be found [for a. a. a.] in Norefloni Collection of trioa, etc. 

Zur hohen Jagd. Habet Achtl Jagdmorgen. Fruhe. Bei 
der Fiasche. Funf Gesange fur vierstimmigen Manner- 
chor (mit Begleitung von 4 Hornern ad lib.). Leipzig. 
Rieter-Biedermann. [ 186-?] No. 4 in if .Z57.az 

Zwolf Gedichte von Justinus Kerner. Eine Liederreihe 
fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] mit Begleitung des 
Pianoforte von R. Schumann. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. 
Klemm. [185-?] No. 9 in Il.a44.z5.z 

CamUnts, — Luat der Stunnnacht — SUrb, Lieb' und Freud*. — Wan- 
derlied. — Eratea GriLn. — Sehnaucht nach der Waidgegend. — Auf 
daa Trinkglaa dnea veratorbenen Freundea. — Wanderung. — Stifle 



Schumann, Robert Alexander. (Cimttnued.) 

liebe. — Praga. — Stilla Tbrlnca. — War auchta dieb so kraak? — 
Alte Lante. 

Zwolf Gedichte aus F. Ruckerts Liebesfruhling. Ftir 
Gesang und Pianoforte von Robert und Clara Schu- 
mann. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. [Z841?] 

No. II in II.244.Z5.Z 
C^ni^nts. — Der Himmel hafc eine Thrine gewelnt. — Er itt gekommen. 
— O ihr Herrenl — Liebat da um Schdnheit. -^ Ich hab' in mich 
geaogen. — Liebate* waa kann denn una Mhcidear — Sebon fat daa ^cat 
(Duett]. — Flugcll Fiagell — Roae. Meer and Sonne. — O Sonn', O 
Meer, O Roae I — Wanim wiUat da And're fragen? — So wabr die 
Sonne acbeinet [Dnett]. 

Schumann, Robert Alexander. Works aboni, 
BoTSTiBBR, H. Robert Schumann, Musik zu Byrons Man- 
fred. (Op. 115.) Erlautert. Leipzig. [1901.] 

No. 14 in M.az7.z24) 
DaviDp £. Les Mendelssohn-Bartholdy et Robert Schu- 
mann. Paris. 1886. M.Z97.37 
Ermouf, a. a., Baron, L'art musical au xix« si^cle. Com- 
positeurs c^l^bres: Beethoven, Rossini, Meyerbeer, 
Mendelssohn, Schumann. Paris. 1888. Il.zz8.z5 
Hadow, W. H. Studies in modern music, [ist series: 
Berlioz, Schumann, Wagner.] New York. 1893. 

l[.zo7.az 

HsNDBasoN, W. J. Preludes and studies. Musical themes 

of the day. New York. 1891. M.Z49a.a8 

Hbubergbr, R. F. J. Robert Schumann, Das Paradies und 

die Peri. Op. 50. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] 

No. 10 in M.az7.za4 

Robert Schumann, Scenen aus Goethe's „Fattst.'' 

(Mit Text.) Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] 

No. 10 in ll.az7.ia.3 
LoHiiANN, P. Ueber Robert Schumann's Faustmusik. 
Leipzig, [i860.] No. i in M.Z45.6 

Maitland, J. A. F. Schumann. New York. 1884. 

lLZ04.a5 
Mbekkl, J. Robert Schumann, Der Rose Pilgerfahrt (mit 
Text). Op. 113. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. ' [1898.] 

No. 13 in ll.az7.za.5 

MuBLLBA-RcuTBR, T. Robert Schumann, Ouverture, 

Scherzo und Finale fur Orchester. Op. 5a. Erlautert. 

Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 18 in M.az7.za4 

Neumann, W. Robert Schumann. Eine Biographic. 

Cassel. 1855. Portrait. No. 3 in Il.a05.a3 

Niemann, W. Robert Schumann, Pianoforte-Quintett 

Op. 44, Es-dur. Erlautert Leipzig. [1901.] 

No. 23 in M.az7.za.zo 

NiGGLi, A. Robert Schumann: sein Leben und seine 

Werke. Basel. 1879. No. 4 in M.ao7.36 

Robert Schumann, IL Symphonie, C-dur. Op. 61. Er- 
lautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 15 in M.az7.za.3 

Robert Schumann, III. Symphonie (Es-dur). Op. 97. 

Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 3 in M.az7.za.6 

Reissmann, a. Robert Schumann: sein Leben und seine 

Werke. Berlin. Z865. M.Z47.Z8; etc 

RiBMANN, H. Robert Schumann, Vierte Symphonie in D- 

moU: (Op. lao.) Erlautert. Leipzig. [1901.] 

No. I in M.az7.za.9 
ScHULTZE, A. Robert Schumann, Klavierkonzert in A 

molL Op. 54. Erlautert. Leipzig. [190a.] 

No. 21 inll.az7.za.zz 
SiTTAKD, J. Robert Schumann, i. Symphonic (in B-dur, 

Op. 38). Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1895.] 

No. 35 in Ii.ai7.za.a 
Tbematisches Verzeichniss sammtlicher im Druck er- 

schienenen Werke Robert Schumann's mit Inbegriff 

aller Arrangements, etc. Leipzig. Schuberth He Co. 

[1862?] M.ao5.z3 

Wasiblewski, J. W. von. Life of Robert Schumann. 
Translated by A. L. Alger. Boston. [1870.] M.zo9a.z9 
Schuppert^ Carl. 

Abendlied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Abt. Deutsche Sangerhalle. 
Vol. 4, p. 24.) . No. 9 in M.3994a.4 

Abschied. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt Deutsche Sanger- 
halle. Vol 3, pp. 82-^5.) No. 26 in M^9aw|a^ 



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Das deutache Schwert Gedicht von Johann N. Yogi. 
Fur Mannerchor mit Begleitung von Blechinstrumenten 
componirt von Carl Schuppert. Op. 14. [Partitur.] 
Schleusingen. Glaser. [ 1865 ?] No. 8 in Il.ax9.i6 

Fruhlingsglaube. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt Deutsche 
Sangerhalle. Vol. 4, pp. 99-101.) No. 35 in M.399.4a4 

Twilight. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Chickering Collec- 
tion. Vol. 2, p. 42.) No. 21 in M.39948.3 
Schorl, £douard. 

Le drame musical. Paris. Sandoz & Fischbacher. 1875. 

2 v. Plates. M.Z34.XX 

Coni0His, — I. La mutique et la po^e dam Icar d^doppemcnt histo- 
rique. a. Wagner, aon oeuvre et ton idte. 

Histoire du Lied ou la chanson populaire en Allemagne. 
Paris. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & cie. 1868. M.z 18.20 
BibUographie» pp. t-4. 
Das musikalische Drama. Verdeotscht von Hans von 
Wolzogen. Theil x. 2. Auflage. Leipzig. Senf. [1888.] 
Plate. No. 2 in M.xoa.30 

Schurx, Mathilde. 
Schlaraffenland. Komische Open Musik von Carl Wein- 
berger. M.378.ZX 
Schuta, Der. Part-sang, Mbtbpksscl, A. G. Makrobiotik. 

No. 28 in M.399.X7 
Schuster, Albert 
Rede zum Gedachtnis an den Director Adolf Tellkampf, 
gehalten bei der Entlassung der Abiturienten am 20 
Marz 1869. [Hannover. Eulemann. 1869.] 

No. 8 in M.37a40 
Schuster, Joseph. 
Kyrie. [In F. For 4 voices, orchestra and organ. Full 
score.] Manuscript. [180-?] No. 6 in M.92248 

Magnificat. [For 4 voices, with orchestra and organ. Full 
score.] Manuscript. [180-?] No. 3 in 11.22248 

Missa. [In A. For 4 voices, orchestra and organ. Full 
score.] Manuscript. [180-?] No. 4 in M.22248 

Missa. [In D. For 4 voices, orchestra and organ. Full 
score.] Manuscript. [180-?] No. 5 in M^aaa^S 

Scfantter, Leopold 
Vardhamana. Oper. Musik von Bruno Oelsner. 

No. 2 in M.39445 
Schutzengel, Die. Cantata. For the Music see Doeratling. 

For the Librbtto see Friedrich, T. H. 
Schuyt, Comelis. 
Drie madrigalen. (In Heije, Jan P., editor. Drie mad- 
rigalen. Amsterdam. 1873.) No. i in M4X5.a 

C«n»€nis, — Zoo all der ttarren [t. a. a. T. •.]. — Gij begccrt, UefaU 
Leren (a. a. a. t. a.]. — Gij parelheldre [a. a. a. t. a.]. 

Schvarts, £mile Jean Baptiste. 
Feu Pierrot. Ballet-pantomime en deux actes de Charles 
Mottton. Musique de £mi]e Schvartz. [Pour piano.] 
Paris. Dupont. 1894. No. 2 in M.389.X3 

Schwab, Emil. 
The Continentals, or the militiaman's bride. An Ameri- 
can comic opera. Libretto by Emil Schwab and Henry 
H. Hayes. The music by G. H. Hayes. 

No. I in Il.a76.x7 

Schwab, Frangois Marie Louis. 

Messe pour choeur mixte i 4 parties et soli. Accomp. d' 

orgue. Paris. Heugel. [186-?] No. x in M.X58.39 

Schwab, Frederick A. 

The abode of the mastersingers. Illus. (In The music of 

the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 117-119. New York. 

[1895O) M.X4.X.X 

A deacription of Nuremberg. 

Carmen: its composer and interpreters. Illus. Portraits. 
(In The music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 171- 
174. New York. [1895.]) 1I.X4.X.X 

The influence of Louis Spohr. Illus. Portraits. (In The 
music of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 62-65. New 
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Johannes Brahms. Illus. Portraits. (In The music of the 
modern world. Vol. i, pp. 176-178. New York, [1895.]) 

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Schwab, Frederick A. (CantinuedJ 
Parisian caf^s-concerts. Illus. Portraits. (In The music 
of the modern world. Vol. i, pp. 185-187. New York. 

[1895]) M.X4.X.I 

Singers of the [19th] century. Later singers of the [19th]. 
century. The rule of the singer. Modern singers. Two 
great singers [Nilsson and Lucca]. The great male 
voices of the [19th] century. Illus. Portraits. Plates. 
(In The music of the modern world. Vol. i. New York. 

[1895.]) M.X4.X.I 

Schwab, Gustav Benjamin. 
Der Tod des Herrn. Oratorium. In Musik gesetzt fur 

den 4 St. Chor mit voller Instmmental-Musik von C. 

Geissler. ll.aaa.5 

Schwaebiach. Part-song, SiLcnn, F. Silcher-Album. 

No. 4 in M.37a5o 
Schwaebiache Serenade. Part-sang, GiNia. Fiinf heitere 

Lieder. Op. 99, Heft 2. No. 30 in 11.3924^ 

Schwaebiaches Bettlerlied. Sang, WiBsa, C M. F. E. von. 

Sammtliche Lieder. Band i. No. 2X in 11.244.7 

Schwaebiaches Liebesliedchen. Part-song. DaxcntT. Zwei 

Gesange ftir Mannerchor. Op. 76. No. 72 in 11.392.3 

SiLCHBK, F. Silcher-Album. No. 4 in 1L370.30 

Schwaebiaches Liedchen. Song. Abt, F. Vier Gesange. 

105. Werk. No. 4 in Maga^a 

Schwaebiaches Tanzlied. Part-song. Wtsaa, C M. F. E. 

von. No. 112 in u.iag^^^^ 

Schwaebiachea Tanzlied. Song. Wtaaa, C. M. F. E. von. 

Sammtliche Lieder. Band 2. No. 90 in 11.244.7 

Schwaebiaches Tanzliedchen. Part-song. Silcbbk, F. Silcher- 

Album. No. 4 in ll.370.30 

Schwaebiachea Volkslied. Part-song. Hamma, B. 

No. 71 in M.246.2a 
Schwaelble, Die, ziehet fort. Song. Bkahms. Sechs Gesange. 

Op. 7* No. 3 in ll.38o4ax 

Schwager Kronos. Song. Schubibt, F. P. Sammtliche 

Compositionen. M.a44.xa 

Schwaiger, Ernst. 
Das Grab im Busento. Gedicht von Platen. Fur Manner- 
chor mit vierhandiger Klavier-Begleitung componirt 

von Ernst Schwaiger. Op. i. Wien. Gotthard. [188-?] 

No. 9 in ll.2X2.x6 
Schwalben, Die. Duet. Schumann, R. A. Lieder fur die 

Jugend. Abtheilung 3. No. 4 in 1I.244.X5.3 

Schwalben, Die. Sang. Schumann, R A. Werke, Serie 13, 

Band 3. M.3x6.x.X3.a 

Schwalbenneat, Das. Opera. For the Music see Herblay. 

For the Libretto see Ordoimeau. 
Schwalm, Robert. 
Abendstille am Meer. Evening by the sea. (Dichtung 

von Richard Berent. English version by £. Buck.) 

Fiir Mannerchor und Orchester componirt von Robert 

Schwalm. Op. 81. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Kistner. 

[ 1892.] No. 4 in M.202.a9 

Der arme Peter. [Mannerchor.] Op. 18. Schleusingen. 

Glaser. [ 1875 ?] No. 5 in lC.a0a.3S 

Drei Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 33. Berlin. Bahn. 

[ 187-?] No. 21-23 in M.39a^5 

Conitnts. — i. Liebetlacd. a. Schnarenaer-Mctte. 9. Jigerlied. 

Drei Lieder ftir Mannerchor. Op. 76. Leipzig. Kistner. 

[ 1888 ?] No. 8-10 in ll.30a.a4 

CoHfMta. — I. Dort oatea im ThaL a. Der Hvl im Meerau a. Sotdaten- 
lied. 

Eingeregnet. Heitere Scene fur Mannergesang. Soli und 
Chor, mit Klavier-Begleitung. Text von W. Harditz. 
Musik von Robert Schwalm. Op. 47. Leipzig. Siegel. 
[ 1880?] No. 10 in M.2X2.X6 

Far down in the vale. [Part-song, T. T. b. b.] (In The 
Osgood Collection of part-songs. Vol. 2, pp. 68, 69.) 

M«X93.23iA 

Festgesang. Dichtung von Felix Dahn. Ftir Mannerchor 
mit Begleitung des Orch esters oder Pianoforte com- 
ponirt von Robert Schwalm. Op. 56. Partitur mit 
unterlegtem Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Forberg. [1885?] 

No. II inll.2x2.x6 



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Prauenlob. Oper in 4 Aufzugen von Wilhelm Jacoby. 
Mustk von Robert Schwalm. VoUstandiger Klavier- 
Autzng. Mainz. Schott. [1885?] Il.3a9.13 

Gothenzug. Dichtong fur Mannerchor (unisono) mtt Be- 
gleitung von a Hornem, 3 Potaunen, Tuba und Paoken. 
Partitur mit untergelegtem Klavierauszug. Leipzig. 
Siegel. [i88a.] No. 13 in M.39a.3i 

Die Hochzeit zn Cana. Bibliache Scene nach den Worten 
der heiligen Schrift von R. Prellwitz. Fiir Soli, Chor 
find Orcheater componirt von R. Schwalm. Clavieraua- 
zng. Leipzig. Kahnt. [i^?] ll.x56.a 

Jagdmf. (Hunting song.) [t. t. k b.] Op. 74» No. a. 
Berlin. Luckhardt. [1890.] No. 6 in ll.39a.a4 

^r in Cwfimn and Bnauili words. 
Jung Sigurd. Dichtung von Felix Dahn. Fur Manner- 
chor, Soli [ 11.-8. T. BAi.] und Orchester komponiert von 
Robert Schwalm. Op. 64. Klavierauszug. Leipzig. 
Siegel. [ 1888?] No. la in M.axa.x6 

Mila. Dichtung von Felix Dahn. Fur Soli, Mannerchor 
und Orchester komponirt von Robert Schwalm. Op. 
38. Klavierauszug. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 
[1881 ?] No. 3 in M.39a43; No. 6 in l[.ao3.ax 

Same. [Cantata by Felix Dahn for t. t. b. b., with solos.] 
English version by Allen A. Brown. Op. 38. [Boston.] 
Apollo Club. i88a. No. a4 in M.39a.a5 

Spielmannslied. (Minstrel song.) [t. t. b. b.] Op. 74* 
No. 3. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1890.] No. 7 in M.39a.a4 
Wkh Cmnun and BatUsh words. 
Trinklied aus Jul. Wolffs Rattenf anger [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 
a6. Schleusingen. Glaser. [1878?] No. 6 in l[.39a.38 
Wenn sich zwei Herzen scheiden. (When two fond 
hearts must sever.) [Mannerchor.] Op. 74, No. i. 
Berlin. Luckhardt. [1890.] No. 5 in l[.39a.a4 

With Cmnun and BngUth words. 
Scfawan, Der, von Tuonela. Symphonic poem. Sibelius. 

No. a in M4XO.58 
Schwan, £in. Song. Guia Grieg-Album. 3. 

No. 4 in M.155.16 
Schwanberg^ Johann (vottfried. 
Die Bethlehemitischen Crefilde. [Eine Cantate. Par- 
titur.] Manuscript No. 4 in M.a36.i7 
Schwanengctang. Song. Schubbkt, F. P. Sammtliche 
Compositionen. M.a44.xa;etc. 
Schwancngeaang. Songs. Schubbkt, F. P. Werke. Serie 
ao, Band 9. 11.317.1.20.9 
Schwanenlied. Part-song. An, F. 4 Gesange fur 3 Frauen- 
stimmen. No. 3 in ll.x58.aa 
Zbngbil Golias. Heft a. No. 37 in 11.392.27 
Schwanenlied. Song. Grubbk, G. W. Gottfried August 
Biirgers Gedichte. Vol. a. No. 14 in M.i30.9.a 
Schwartz, Jean. 

Piffl Paffl PoufI A musical cocktail. Book by Stanis- 
laus Stange. Lyrics by William Jerome. Music by 
Jean Schwartz. Vocal score. New Xork. Shapiro, 
Remick & Co. 1904. ll.397.60 

Schwarz-roth-gold. Part-song. Schmoblzbb, J. £. 

No. I a in ll.a04.39 

Schwarabraun Kind. Part-song. Bkrgmann. Drei Gesange 

fur vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 11. No. 31 in 11.3924 

Schwarae Capitain, Der. Opera. For the Music see Mer- 

tcna. For the Librbtto see Faaaaen. 
Schwarae Kaachka, Die. Opera. For the Music see Jamo. 

For the Librbtto see Bluethgen, V. 
Schwarae Nina, Die. Opera. For the Music and Librbtto 

see Kaiser, A. 

Schwarawaelder im Breisgau. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. la 

Gesange. Op. 27. No. 7 in ll.aai.a6 

Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge. Song. Liszt. Gesammelte 

Lieder. No. ap in ll.a44.14 

Scbwedenaee, Der. Opera. For the Music see Bmmerich. 

For the Librbtto see Pasqu^. 
''Schwedisch.'* For orchestra. Maier, A. No. a in II.345.30 
Schwedischer Hochzeits-Marsch. For orchestra. Soderman. 

No. 4 in 11.342.38 



Schwedischer Tanz. For strings. Gouw. No. 5 in ll.33a.19 
Schweig* einmal still. Song. Wolf, H. Italienisches Lieder- 
buch. Band a. M.38o.a9.a 

Schweigl schweigl Song. Wbbbr, C M. F. E. von. 

No. 4 in M.ao4.37 
Schweigen, Das. Canon. Bebtbovbn. Werke. Serie a3. 

Schweigen ist ein schoenes Ding. Song. Taubbrt, C. G. W. 
6 Lieder von Reinick. Op. 4a. No. 9 in M.aax.a6 

Schweiger, Eduard. 
Elva. Komische Operette in 3 Akten von A. Froden. 
Musik von Eduard Schweiger. Clavierauszug. Ham- 
burg. Cranz. [189-?] Il.300.x6 
Schweiget mir von Weiber nehmen. For pianoforte. Reinkbn. 
Partite diverse. No.3inM4X54^ 
Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht. Cantata. For the Music see 

Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahrgang 29. 
Scbweitaer, Anton. 
Alceste. [Oper in 5 Aufzugen] von Wieland und Schweit- 
zer. [Partitur. Leipzig. Schwickert. 1774.] M.X5045 
Die Dorfgala. Eine komische Operette von Herrn Gotten 
In Musik gesetzt von Anton Schweizer. [Klavieraus- 
zug.] Leipzig. Schwickert. I777* No. 3 in ll.x5a.25 
Elisium. Ein musikalisches Drama von Herrn Capel- 
meister Schweizer. [Text von J. G. Jacobi. ' Klavier- 
auszug.] Konigsberg. Hartung. 1774. No. i in ll.350.x4 
Scbweitaer, Julius, translator. 

Wolp-Fbrrarx. Aschenbrodel (Cenerentola). 11.38346 
Schweitaerlied. Song. Blum, C L. Lyra fur Damen. 

No. 32 in Ii.a2x.30 

Schweizer, Anton. See Schweitzer, Anton. 

Schweizer, Otto. 

The knight and the lady. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp for 

pianoforte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 

7, pp. 160-167.) No. 31 in M.204.36.7 

Vox amor is. Trio [s. s. A. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 

Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 155-159.) 

No. 30 in M.204.3(S.7 

Schweiser, Der. Part-song. Silcbkr. No. 5 in M.x3a7; etc. 

Schweizer Saenger Gesellschaft. 

Book of words and programme. London. MitchelL 

1861. No. 8 in 11.375.x 

Scliweizerdegen. Volkslied [t. t. b. b.]. (In Das Rutli. 

Pp. 202, 203.) No. 83 in M.X474 

Schweizerfamilie, Die. Opera. For the Music see WdgL 

For the Libretto see CastellL 
Schweizergebet Part-song. Zwyssig. No. 49 in 1I.X474 

Schweizergesang. Part-song. Baumgartnbr, W. No. 90 in 1I.X474 
Schweizerheimweh. Part-song. Weber, J. R. No. 48 in 11.X474 
Schweizerhilsli, 'a. Volksweise [t. t. b. b.]. (In Das Rutli. 
Pp. 206, 207.) No. 85 in M.X474 

Schweizeriachen Schlachtfelder, Die. Part-song. Munzinger, 
£. No. 4 in M.X30.7 

Schweizerisches Kriegslied. Part-song. Abt, F. 

No. 65 in 1I.X474 

Schweizerland, Das. Part-song. Heim, L No. 8 in 1I.X30.7 

Schweizerlied. Part-song. MacDowell. Drei Lieder. Op. 

27. No. 33 in ll.39a.x6 

Schweizerlied. Song. 

Franz, R. Sechs Lieder. Op. 33. No. 1 1 in 11.244.5.3 

HiLLER, F. Lieder fur eine Altstimme. Op. 129. 

No. 24 in II.X92.3 
Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 3. ll.3X7.x.2o.3 
Schweizerpsalm. Part-song. Zwyssig, A. No. 8 in 1I.X474 
Schweizers Heimweh. Song. Abt, F. No. 6 in M.X92.X 

Schwencke, Carl. 
Fantaisie concertante, le, pour piano et violoncelle, ou 
violon, sur des airs russes. CEuv. 33. [Piano seul.] 
Paris. Farrenc. [183-?] No. 7 in 11.2x0.6 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 16 in M.axo.xo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 15 in 11.2x0.x 2 

Schwencke, Johann Friedrich. 
Adagio fur die Violine mit Begleitung des Orchesters. 
Op. 36. [Partitur.] Hamburg. Niemeyer. [184-?] 

No. I in M.342.38 



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Spohb, L. Zemire und Azor. M.i5z.ix 

Schwenke. Canon, Beethoven. Werke. Serie 23. 

M4i3.x.a3 
Schwerdersky, Walter. 
Der Schatz. Komische Oper von Alphonse Maurice. 
Text von W. Schwerdersky und W. Merkel. 

No. 2 in M.306.Z7 
Schwere Abend, Der. Song, 
Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 37. No. 34 in M.244.5.3 

MiHALOviCH. Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme. 

No. 3 in u.zBoai 
Schumann, R. A. 6 Gedichte von N. Lenau. 

No. 8 in 11.244.Z5.3; etc 
Schwere Traum, Der. Part-song. Schoen, E. von. 

No. 32 in M.399.7 

Schwermuethige, Der. Song. Webek, C. M. F. E. von. 

Sammtliche Lieder. Band 2. No. 47 in M.244.7^ 

Schwermuth. Song. Brahms. Lieder und Gesange. Op. 

58, Heft 2. No. 2 in 11.38040.2 

Schwert, Das. Volksweise [t. t. b. b.]. (In Das Rutli. Pp. 

414, 415.) No. 17s in M.X474 

Schwertesgnietse. Part-song. Tibtz, P. No. 5 in Il.z3a8 

Schwerting der Sachsenherzog, Cantata. For the Music 

see Podbertski. For the Libretto see Bbert. 
Schwertlied. Song. 
Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 2. M.3i7.i.fl0.a 
Weber, C. M. F. £. von. Sammtliche Lieder. Band i. 

No. 44 in II.244.7.1 
Schwestergmss. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, 
Band 7. II.317.1.20.7 

Schwesterlein. Part-song. Erk. Volksklange. 

No. I in M.130JI 

Schwesterlehi. Song. Brahms. Deutsche Volkslieder. 

Heft 3- No. II in 11.380^0.3 

Schwestem, Die, von Prag. Opera. For the Music see 

Mueller, W. For the Libretto see Perinet 
Schwick, Joseph. 

Missa (F dur) quatuor paribus vocibus accommodata. 
N. p. N. d. Lithograph script. No. 5 in ll.x56.39 

Schwing, Henry. 
Ave Maria, s. or t. solo. [Accomp. for organ.] Cin- 
cinnati. Peters. 1862. No. 4 in M.flox.36 
Missa solennis. [Accomp. for organ.] Baltimore. The 
Author. 1862. No. 2 in ll.fl0x.20 
Schwingt freudig euch empor. Anthem. Bach, J. S. Werke. 
Jahrgang 7, 34. M.8040.21.7,34 
Schwob, Marcel. 
La croisade des enfants. L^gende musicale. [Musique 
par] Gabriel Piern6. ll.384.60 
Schwuele Naechte. Song. Mihalovich. Sechs Gesange fiir 
eine Singstimme. No. 4 in M.380.2X 
Schwur, Der. Duet. Donizetti. Nuits d'^t^ d Pausilippe. 

No. 15 in 11.2444 
Schwur, Der. Opera. For the Music see Reich. For the 

Libretto see Singer, M. 
Schwur freier Manner. Part-song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, 
J. L F. No. 92 in II.X47.7 

Schwur, Der, im Ruetli. Cantata. For the Music see 

Munzinger, E. 
Schwyzer Heimweh. Volksweise [t. t. b. b.]. {In Das 
Riitli. Pp. 224, 225.) No. 93 in II.147.4 

SchwyzerhueelL Part-song. Abt, F. Vier Mannerquartette. 
Op. 80. No. 2 in II.392.1 

Schytte, Ludvig Theodor. 
Concert pour piano, avec accomp. d'orchestre. OEuvre 28. 
Partition d'orchestre. Breslau. Hainauer. [1890?] 

II403.X09 

„Pantomimes" von Ludvig Schytte. Op. 30. Ftir Orchester 

bearbeitet von Karl Miiller-Berghaus. Partitur. Berlin. 

Simon. [1879.] M^07.9 

Sciama, Andr^. 

Le collier. Op^ra-comique. Paroles de F. R£my et A. 

S^miane [pseud.] Musique de Henry Cieutat. 

No. I in M.395.X7 



Sciama, Andr^. (Continued.) 

Pierrot puni. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. A. Sd- 

miane [pseud.] & Albert Ger^. Musique de Henri 

Cieutat. No. i in M.fl85.x6 

Proc^s-verbal. Op^rette. Paroles de F. Beissier & A. 

S^miane [pseud.]. Musique de Henry Cieutat. 

No. 2 in M.395.X7 

Le reve. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles de MM. Albert 

S^miane [pseud.] & Albert Ger^s. Musique de Henri 

Cieutat. No. 2 in M.a85.x6 

Le sire de Framboisy. Op^rette. Paroles de Femand 

Beissier et Andr^ Sciama. Musique de Gaston Meynard. 

11.382.53 
Sdant gentes. Gradual. Haydn, J. M. No. 10 in u.ao2jg 

Sciava, La, in Bagdad. Opera. For the Music see Pacini, 

G. For the Libretto see Romani, F. 
Sdava saracena. La, ovvero il campo di Gerosolima. Opera, 
For the Music see Mercadante. For the Libretto see 
Piave. 
Scientific king, A. Opera. For the Music see Bay. For the 

Libretto see Loughlin, G. F. 
Scio, Claudine Angelique Legrand. 

ViEiLLARD, P. A. Madame Scio. Paris. 1855. No. 5 in M.X4X.7 
Scio enim. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 3. 

Scioglierd. Part-song. Callcott, J. W. No. 96 in M.220.94 
Scipione. Opera. For the Music see Handel. Werke. 

Lieferung 71. 
Scirocco. Song. Meyerbeer. 40 melodies. No. i in M.157.38 
Sciti, Gli. Opera. For the Music see Mayer, J. S. For the 

Libretto see Roeti, G. 
Scola, Adamo, compiler. 
Venetian ballads composed by Sigr. Hasse and all the cele- 
brated Italian masters. London. Walsh. [17 — ?] 

M.2fl0.30 
Comtenis, — s Mtt of Venetiaa balladt. — 10 Mta of Itditn and Prcneli 
duets or csiuoneta. 

Scolari, Giuseppe. 
Giusu Dea. [Aria, t., con accomp. d'orchestra.] Manu- 
script. [Paris? 180-?] N0.5inlI.360J 
Scommesaa, La. Opera. For the Music see Guglielmi, P. C 
Scompiglio teatrale, Lo. Opera. For the Music see Fane, 

John. 
Scontrino, Antonio. 
Gringoire. Opera in un atto. Parole di Cordelia [pseud.]. 
Musica di A. Scontrino. Riduzione per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano. Treves. [1890.] No. i in M.393.63 
Quartett, G-moll, ftir 2 Violinen, Viola und VioloncelL 
[Partitur.] Leipzig. Eulenburg. [1901. Payne's Kleine 
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II sortilegio. Dramma giocoso-fantastico in tre atti. Posto 
in musica dal Maestro A. Scontrino. Canto con accomp. 
di pianoforte. Milano. Ricordi & c. [1^2?] ll.399.57 
Score, A, of famous composers. Biography. Dole, N. H. 

Il.x04.x5 

Scorgo tant' alto il lume. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band 4. USo^otL&j^ 

Scotch songs. See Scotland. Music. 

Scotland, John. 

Lightly tread. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 3, 

p. 216.) No. 16 in Il.x39a.x8.3 

Alto to be found in BUnd't The Ladies' coHection ; Bootey't Standard 
English glees; dementi's Collection of catches; Ditson's The Or- 
phean lyre; Sibbald's Collection of catches; Social harmony. 

Through groves sequester'd. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Clement!. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 100-103.) 

No. 260 in ll.iiai4; No. 260 in 11.110A4 

Also to be found in Sibbald's Collection of catches. 
Scotland. Music. 

Christie, W., editor. Traditional ballad airs. Arranged 
for the pianoforte and harmonium by W. Christie, M.A., 
and the late Wm. Christie, Monquhitter. Edinburgh. 
1876, 81. 2 V. M.iaz,ia 

Curious collection, A, of Scots tunes. With yariationa, 
for the violin, with a bass for the violincello [sic] or 
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Scotland. Mmic. (ConHnued.) 

Dalyklz^ J. G. Musical memoirs of Scotland. Edin- 
burgh. 1849. Plates. M*x9a.39 

Daunxy, W. Ancient Scottish melodies. With an intro- 
ductory enquiry illustrative of the history of the music 
of Scotland. Edinburgh. 1838. ll.xaa.37 

FRAsn, S., tditor. The airs and melodies peculiar to the 
Highlands of Scotland and the Isles. Edinburgh. [1816.] 

Il.x99.x5 

GuNN, J. A historical enquiry respecting the performance 
on the harp in the Highlands of Scotland. Edinburgh. 
1807. No. 3in>i«m*5 

Johnson, James, compikr. The Scots musical museum. 
Dedicated to the Catch dub. Edinburgh. [1787-90.] 

5 ▼. in 3. Ii.x44.x4 
Kbnnbdy, David. 182S-1S86, Mr. Kennedy's entertain- 
ment on the songs of Scotland. London. [ 1861 ?-] 1886. 

M.37M5 

LovEy J. Scottish church music: its composers and 
sources. Edinburgh. 1891. Il.x49a.x8 

McDonald, P., comptier, A collection of Highland vocal 
airs, never hitherto published. Added, a few of the 
most lively country dances or reels, of the North High- 
lands & Western Isles: and some specimens of bagpipe 
music. Edinr. [1784.] No. i in ic.38a49 

Makk, R. a. Music and musicians at the Edinburgh In- 
ternational Exhibition, 1886. Edinburgh. 1887. 

l[.x39a.X4 

Music for the people. A retrospect of the Glasgow 

International Exhibition, 1888. With an account of the 
rise of choral societies in Scotland. Edinburgh. 1889. 

ll.370.a6 

RiDDKLL, R., compikr, A collection of Scotch, Galwegian 
He Border tunes for the violin and piano forte, with a 
bass for the violoncello or harpsichord. Edinr. [1794.] 

No. 3 in lL38o4a 

ScHionn, J. S., editor. Twelve favorite Scots songs for 
the voice and harpsichord, with an accomp. for a violin 
or German flute, adapted by I. S. Schroeter. London. 
[ 17ft-?] No. 9 in ILaaaxB 

Stinhousi, W. Illustrations of the lyric poetry and music 
of Scotland. Edinburgh. 1853. 11.1x4.3 

Thomson, G., odUor, Collection of the songs of Bums, 
Sir Walter Scott . . . united to The select melodies 
of Scotland, and of Ireland & Wales. With symphonies 

6 accompaniments for the piano forte. London. [182a.] 
6 V. in 3. Portrait Plates. lLxa3.ax 

— The melodies of Scotland, with symphonies and ac- 
comps. for the pianoforte, violin, &c., by Pleyel, Haydn, 
Beethoven. The poetry chiefly by Burns. New edition, 
with many improvements. London. 1830, 31. 5 v. 
Plates. lC.a37.xx 

Wilson, J. [Wilson's edition of the songs of Scotland, 
as sung by him at his entertainments. London. 1842.] 

I[.xs9a.x7 
Scots Musical Museum, The. Songs. Johnson, J. 1c.x44.x4 
8cota» wha hae. [Part-song.] Harmonized by R. T. Skar- 
ratt. (/» The Apollo. Vol. 2, pp. 114* nsO 

No. 12 in lc.X39a.x8.a 

Scott, Charles Newton, translaior. 

Tboxas, a. G. The sun-worshippers (Les adorateurs du 

soleil). No. 3 in 1I.X56.3 

Scott, Clement William. 

The lily of L^oville. Comic opera. The book by F^lix 

R^mo He Alfred Murray. The lyrics by Clement Scott. 

The music by Ivan Caryll [pseud.]. 11.275.30 

Scott, John. 

Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem. Anthem. [Accomp. for 

organ.] (In Cope. A Collection of anthems. Pp. 56- 

62.) No. 13 in lC.29a34 

Alto to be found in Muiical times [Maiic] ; Turk and Tajlor'i The 
Pec^de't mode book. 

Scott, Sir Walter, Baronet 

The bridal of Triermain. A cantata. The music by 

Frederick Corder. No. 2 in 11.985.30 



Scott, Sir Walter, Baronet, (Continued,) 
Donald Caird ist wieder da I Fiir Tenor- oder Baryton- 

Solo, Mannerchor und [Pianoforte] componirt von 

Adolf Jensen. No. 3 inll^xa.8 

The lady of the lake. With the incidental songs set to 

music [principally by David Small]. Il.zaz.z8 

The lay of the last minstrel. A dramatic cantata. The 

music by Hamish MacCunn. No. 2 in lLao4.22 

Lovely Rosabelle. Ballad for chorus and [piano], by G. 

W. Chadwick. No. 7 in IC.194J 

March of the Monks of Bangor, for male voices. Music 

by Geo. £. Whiting. No. 3 inlL39a.39;etc 

Sieben Gesange aus Walter Scott's Fraulein vom See. In 

Musik gesetzt mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz 

Schubert. Nos. 9, 10 in lLX4a33.3 

Walter Scott lyrique. Musique de J. Concone. ic.244.3 
Yule-tyde, or ye merrie and anciente Englyshe pastyme 

of Crystmasse eve. Sette to musicke by J. Morgan 

Bentley. No. 4 in li.904.9 

Scott-Gatty, Alfred Scott. See Gatty, Sir Alfred Scott-. 
Scottish songs. A souvenir. London. Nelson, [i860?] Illus. 

ILZ04.Z8 

CamUnts, — He'i own the hilli. — The flowert of the forest. — 
Lochaber no more. — The boatie rows. — SeoU wha ha'e. — The farb 
of old Gaol. — My ain fiieaide. — Lofie o'Bachan. — Anld Robin 
Graj. — The rowan tree. — John Anderson my Jo. — Anld lang qrne. 

Scourfield, J. S. 
The grand serio-comic opera of Lord Bateman and his 
Sophia. By J. H. S. Ute J. H. P. [Words only.] Lon- 
don. Rogers. Middle Hill press. 1863. No. 5 in M.X43.z8 
One of ten oopiea printed. 

Scriablne, A. See Skriabin, Aleksandr. 
Scribe, Augustin Eugene. 
Act^n. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

lLa93.6; etc 
L'Africana. Opera di G. Meyerbeer. IL367.15; etc 

Ali-Baba, ou les quarante voleurs. Op^ra. Paroles de 

Scribe et M^lesville [pseud.]. Musique de I^ Cherubini. 

lLagx.7 
L'ambassadrice. Op^ra. Paroles de Scribe et de St. 

Georges. Musique d' Auber. M.aa3.a;etc 

La barcarolle. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. 

Auber. ii.aa3.9;etc 

La beaut^ du* Diable. Op^ra comique. Paroles de JAr^ 

**** [Scribe] et de Najac. Musique de Giulio Alary. 

No. I in UasSA 
Broskovano. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. £. Scribe 

et H. Boisseaux. Musique de Louis Deff^s. M.a95.x3 
Cagliostro. Op^ra comique. [Paroles de Scribe et St. 

Georges.] Musique d'Ad. Adam. ll.361.xa 

Le chalet. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. Scribe et 

M^lesville [pseud.]. Mis en musique par Adolphe 

Adam. M.aa6. x ; etc. 

La chambre a coucher, ou une demi-heure de Richelieu. 

Op^ra comique. Mis en musique par L. Guen^e. ll.39a.xx 
La chanteuse voil6e. Op6ra comique. Paroles de Scribe 

et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de Victor Masse. 

I[.aa5.x7a;etc. 
Les chaperons blancs. Opera comique. Musique de D. 

F. £. Auber. Il.aa3.x0; etc 

La chatte m^tamorphos^e en femme. Operette. Paroles 

de MM. E. Scribe et M^Iesville [pseud.] Musique de 

J. Offenbach. No. 2 in IL368.X3 

Le cheval de bronze. Op6ra faerie. Musique de D. F. E. 

Auber. ii.4oaa.a ; etc 

La Circassienne. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. 

Auber. 11.4038.3; etc 

Le code noir. Op^ra comique. Musique de L. Clapisson. 

l[.403a.8; etc 
Le Comte de Carmagnola. Op^ra. Musique de Ambroise 

Thomas. M.a84.x7 

Le comte Ory. Op^ra en 2 actes. [Paroles de MM. Scribe 

et Poirson. Musique de Rossini.] Paris. Bezou. 1828. 

The libretto only. No. 4 in M.37C37 

Same. Paroles de Scribe & Delestre-Poirson [pseud.]. 
Mis en musique par G. Rossini. M.274.x;etc 



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Scribe, Attgttsttn Eugene. (Conimued.) 

Concert i la cour, Ott la debutante. Op^ra comique. 
Paroles de MM. Scribe et M^lesville [pseud.]. Musique 
de D. F. £. Attber. M^Sz.ay 

[Crown diamonds.] The new comic opera, in three acts, 
of the Crown diamonds. The music by Auber. [The 
words by Scribe and Saint-Georges.] London. Fair- 
brother. (184-?] No. 10 in M.Z45.95 
Libretto only, in Eofflitli. 

Same. The favourite opera, in three acts, entitled The 
crown jewels (Les dtamans de la couronne). The music 
by Auber. Adapted to the English stage by Mr. Tuily. 
The words [translated] by E. Fitzball [pseud.]. Lon- 
don. Chappell. [1840?] No. II inM.145.95 

Libretto only, in BngHeh. 

Same. Les diamants de la couronne. Op^ra comique. 

Paroles de Scribe et de S* Georges. Musique de D. F. 

£. Auber. Il46i.i9;etc. 

La dame blanche (Die weisse Dame). Op^ra. Mis en 

musique par A. Boieldieu. Partition d'orchestre. 

M.35a.9; etc 
La dame de pique. Op^ra comique. Musique de F. 

Hal^vy. M.365.a6 

Les deux nuits. Op^ra. [Paroles de Scribe et Bouilly.] 

Musique de A. Boieldieu. M.a8i.3 

Le Diable k I'^cole. Op^ra comique. Musique de Ernest 

Boulanger. No. i in 11.281.7 

Le dieu et la bayadere. Op^ra. Musique de D. F. £. 

Auber. M.aa3.7;etc. 

Dom S^bastien. Op^ra. Musique de G. Donizetti. 

M40iJI;etc 
Le domino noir. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. 

Auber. M.aa3.3 ; etc. 

Le Due d'Olonne. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et 

Saintine. Musique de D. F. £. Auber. M.aa3.8;etc. 

II Duca d'Alba. Opera postuma di G. Donizetti. 11.3054 
L'enfant prodigue. Op^ra. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

M.361.36 
L'^toile du nord. Op^ra comique. Musique de Giacomo 

Meyerbeer. Il.aa7.18; etc. 

La f£e aux roses. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et 

de St. Georges. Musique de F. Hal^vy. Il.aa7.a9; etc 
La fiancee. Op^ra-comique. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

ll.aa3.17; etc 
La fiancee du Diable. Op^ra comique. Paroles de E. 

Scribe et H. Romand. Musique de Victor Mass6. 

M.a47.33 
La fiancee du roi de Garbe. Op^ra-comique. Paroles de 

Scribe et de Saint Georges. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

ll.36a.a 
Le fiddle berger. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et 

de St Georges. Mis en musique par Adolphe Adam. 

M.361.15 
La figurante, ou Tamour et la danse. Op^ra comique. 

Paroles de MM. E. Scribe et Dupin. Musique de L. 

Clapisson. ll.a91.13; etc. 

Fiorella. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

11.223. 13; etc. 
Le fils du prince. Op^ra comique. Mis en musique par 

Alph. de Feltre. ll.a6a.38 

Florinda. Opera seria. Musica di S. Thalberg. 11.327.9 
Fra Diavolo. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. 

Auber. 11.223.4; etc 

Giralda, ou la nouvelle Psyche. Op^ra comique. Musique 

de Ad. Adam. 11.361.7 

Guido et Ginevra. Op^ra. Musique de F. Hal^vy. 

11.365.33 
Le guitarr^ro. Op^ra comique. Musique de F. Halevy. 

11.292.17; etc 
Gustave ou le bal masqu^. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

Op^ra historique. ll4oa3a;etc. 

Hayd^e, ou le secret. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. 

E. Auber. •• ll.36z.a4 

Jenny Bell. Op^ra-comique. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

11.362.7; etc 



Scribe, Augustin Eugene. (Continued.) 

Le Juif errant. Op^ra. Paroles de Scribe et de St 
Georges. Musique de F. Halevy. M.2a7.23;etc 

La Juive. Op^a. Musique de F. Halevy. 11.328.7; etc 

Le lac des f6es. Op^ra. Musique de D. P. E. Auber. 

11.361.35 

Lambert Simnel. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. E. 
Scribe et M^lesville [pseud.]. Musique posthume de 
Hipp. Monpou, termin^e par Ad. Adam. II.267.10 

Leicester, ou le chateau de Kenilworth. Op^ra comique 
Paroles de Scribe et M^lesville [pseud.]. Musique de D. 
F. £. Auber. ll.223.x5; etc 

Ltocadie. Drame lyrique. Paroles de MM. Scribe et 
M61esville [pseud.]. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

li.25x.82; etc 

[Lestocq.] Songs, duets, chorusses, etc, in the new grand 

opera of Lestocq, or, the fete of the hermitage. Hhe 

music by Auber. [Adapted from the French of Scribe.] 

By Alfred Bunn. London. Miller. [1835.] Il.x47.3x 

Ubrctto only, in F.ngW«h. IntcrlenTod. and with many new^wpcr cot- 
tingi» letters, etc 

Same. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. ll.223.xx; etc 

Le loup garou. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et 
Maz^res. Musique de Louise Bertin. lf.26x.29 

Le ma^on. Op^ra fran^is. [Paroles de Scribe et G. 
Delavigne.] Musique de D. F. £. Auber. II.362.5 

La main de fer, ou un mariage secret. Op^ra comique 
Paroles de MM. Scribe et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique 
de Ad. Adam. ll.25x.1x 

Le mal du pays. Op^ra vaudeville. Paroles de Scribe et 
M^lesville [pseud.]. Musique d' Adolphe Adam. 

No. 2 in lC.39x.27 

Manon Lescaut. Op^ra comique. Musique de D. F. E. 
Auber. M*3624^ 

Marco Spada. Op^ra-comique. Musique de D. F. E. 
Auber. 11.362^ 

Marguerite. Op^ra comique de MM. E. Scribe et Eugene 
[pseud.]. Mis en musique par Adrien Boieldieu. 

ll.27x.30 

La marquise de Brinvilliers. Paroles de MM. Scribe et 
Castil-Blaze. Musique de MM. Auber, Batton, Berton, 
Blangini, Boieldieu, Carafa, Cherubini, Harold et Paer. 

lC.25x.23 

Les martyrs. Op^ra. Mis en musique par G. Donizetti 

11400.23 

[Masaniello.] La muette de Portici. Op^ra. Paroles de 
MM. Scribe et Germain Delavigne. Musique de D. F. 
E. Auber. Il402a4;etc 

Le mauvais oeil. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. E. 
Scribe et G. Lemoine. Mis en musique par Louisa 
Puget. lC.-a25.36 

La m^decine sans m^decin. Op6ra comique. Paroles de 
Scribe & Bayard. Musique de F. Harold. 114028.17; etc 

Mosquita la sorciire. Op^ra-comique. Poeme de Scribe 
et G. Vaez. Musique de X. Boisselot. II.363.1 

Les myst^res d'Udolphe. Op^ra comique. Poime de 
Scribe & G. Delavigne. Musique par L. Clapisson. 

IC.3(^x6 

Le nabab. Op^ra comique. Poeme de MM. E. Scribe et 
de St Georges. Musique de F. Hal^vy. 11.365^ 

Ne touchez pas a la reine. Op6ra comique. Poeme de- 
Scribe et G. Vaez. Musique de X. Boisselot. ll.362.35 

La neige, ou le Nouvel £ginard. Op^ra comique Pa- 
roles de MM. Scribe et Germain Delavigne Musique 
de D. F. E. Auber. IC.25x.25; etc 

La nonne sanglante. Op^ra. Paroles de MM. E. Scribe 
et G. Delavigne. Musique de Ch. Gounod. 1I.328.5 

Le nouveau Pourceaugnac. Op^ra comique. Paroles de 
Scribe & Poirson. Musique de Aristide Hignard. 

No. 2 in 11.276.23 

La nuit de Noel. Op£ra. Musique de Henri Reber. 

11.307.2 

L'ours et le pacha. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe 
et Saintine. Musique de Francois Bazin. 

No. a in IC.399.X 



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8crib«^ Augttstin Eugene. (ConUnued.) 
La part du Diable. Op^ra-comique. Musique de D. F. 
£. Auber. M.361.38 

Le philtre. Op^ra. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 

Il.a51.a9; etc. 

Le portefaix. Op^ra comique. Mis en musique par J. M. 

Gomis. ll.a8a.io 

Le prison d'£dinibourg. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. 

Scribe et E. de Planard. Musique de Mr. Carafa. 

Mu|oaa.5;etc. 
Le prophite. Op^ra. Musique de Giacomo Meyerbeer. 

M.aa7.i9;etc. 
Le puits d'amour. Optot comique. Paroles de Scribe et 
de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de M. W. Balfe. 

M.a6i.z3;etc. 

R^gine, ou deux nuits. Op^ra comique. Mis en musique 

par Adolphe Adam. M.aa3.z8; etc. 

La reine d'un jour. Opera comique. Paroles de MM. E. 

Scribe et de S^ Georges. Musique de Adolphe Adam. 

Ii.aa3.a0; etc. 

Roberto il Diavolo. Opera in cinque atti con balli ana- 

loghL Musica di Giacomo Meyerbeer. Venezia. Mo- 

linari. [ 184-?] No. 14 in ll.i47-8.a 

LIbrelto in IuIiao only. 

Same. Robert the Devil. A grand opera seria, in four 
acts. The music by Meyerbeer. London. Chappell. 
[ 184-?] No. 6 in ll.145.a5 

Ett^ish obrctto only. 

Same. Robert le Diable. Op^ra. Paroles de Scribe & 
Casimir [Germain] Delavigne. Musique de G. Meyer- 
beer. M.367.x7;etc. 

Le serment, ou les faux monnoyeurs. Op^ra. Musique 
de D. F. £. Auber. M.4oam.aa; etc 

[Le sh^rif.] Ouverture [et morceaux d^tach^s] de Top^ra 
Le Sharif. [Musique de F. Hal^vy.] Il.396.a5 

The syren: a comic opera. The music by Auber. The 
libretto by Scribe, adapted from the French by Alfred 
Bunn. London. Johnson. [1844.] Ii.x47.a7 

Libretto only, InterlesTed. 

Same. La Sir^ne. Opera comique. Musique de D. F. E. 

Auber. M.aa3.za ; etc 

La tempests. An entirely new grand opera, in three acts. 

The music composed by Halevy. The poem by Scribe. 

[With an Italian translation by Giannone.] Founded on 

"The tempest" of Shakspere. [Illustrated by Alfred 

Henry Forrester. London.] Mitchell. 1850. Plates. 

Words only, in Italian and EngUih. No. 7 in ll.37a.6x 

Same. Musique de F. HaUvy. M.365.3X 

Le timide. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. Scribe & 

Xavier. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. M.a5x.a6 

Les Treize. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. E. Scribe 

et Paul Duport. Musique de F. HaUvy. ll.a9a.14 

Les trois Nicolas. Op^ra comique de Scribe, Lopez et 

**[Lurieu]. Musique de L. Clapisson. Il.363.x3 

Gli UgonottL Grand' opera. Musica di Giacomo Meyer- 
beer. li.355.xo; etc. 
Le valet de chambre. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe 

et M^lesville [pseud.]. Musique de M«l Carafa. 

No. 3 in Il.a75.x6 
I vespri siciliani. Opera di E. Scribe et Ch. Duveyrier. 

Musica di Giuseppe Verdi ll.3a7.ax 

La vieille. Op^ra comique. Paroles de MM. Scribe & 

Germain Delavigne. Musique de F. J. F^tis. 

M.aa4.aa;etc. 
Die Xacarilla. Grosse Oper. In Musik gesetzt von Mar- 

liani. U.2'j$.g 

Yvonne. Drame lyrique. Musique de A. Limnander. 

ll.306.ao 
Zanetta. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Scribe et S^ Georges. 

Musique de D. F. £. Auber. ll.aa3.5;etc. 

Zerline, ou la corbeille d'oranges. Op6ra. Paroles de 

Scribe. Musique de D. F. E. Auber. 11.361.37 

Die zwet Prinzen. Oper. Nach dem Franzosischen des 

Scribe und M^lesville [Pseud.]. Musik von Heinrich 

Esser. Ii.a6a.a9 



Scribe, Augustin Eugene. Works about, 
Moulin, V. Scribe et son th^itre. £tudes sur la com^die 
au xix« si^cle. Paris. 1863. No. i in M.X4X.3 

Scribe, E. See Scribe, Augustin Eugtoe. 
Scrivo in te Tamato nome. Song, Prati, A. Sei romanzi. 

No. 13 in ll.aax.a5 

Scudamore organs. See Ox^an. 

Scudo, Pietro. 

L'ann^e musicale. Ann^ 1-3. Paris. Hachette & cie. 

i86o-6a. 3 V. M.X38.8 

L'art ancien et I'art moderne. Nouveaux melanges de 

critique et de litt^rature musicales. Paris. Garnier. 

1854. M*xa9.ai 

Largely biographical. 

Le chevalier SartL [Roman.] Paris. Hachette & cie. 

1857. Ii.xa9^4 

Critique et litt^rature musicales. S^rie [i], 2. Paris. 

Lecou. 1852, 59. 2 V. M.xa945 

Scuola, La, de' maritatL O^a. For the Ljbrbtto see Ponte, 

L^ da. 

8e al labbro mio non credL Aria, Mozait. Werke. Serie 

6, Band x. No. 18 in M.3X5.X.6.I 

8e amariaaimo fiele e mortal tosco. Madrigal. Palbstrina. 

Werke. Band 29. l[A^oa.66.a9 

Se ardire, e speranza. Aria, Mozart. Werke. Serie 24, 

Band i. No. 3 in ll.3X5.x.a4.i 

Se ben I'empia mia sorte. Part-song, Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band 8. MA>4oa.67.8 

Se ben non veggion. Part-soug, Lassus. S&mmtliche Werke. 

Band 8. MA>4oa.67.8 

Palbstrina. Werke. Band 28. M.8o4oa.66wa8 

Se cerca, se dice il padre. Aria. Pbrcx>li8i, G. B. 

No. 4 in ii.xao.a8 
Se da soavi accentL Part-song. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 
30. l[A^oa.66.30 

Se di Cipro ottien Timpero. RomanMa, Pacini, G. 

No. 2 in ll.364.xo 
Se di pianti e di stridL Madrigal Palbstrina. Werke. Band 

Se fra quest' erb* e fiore. Madrigal, Palbstrina. Werke. 

Band 28. llAHoa.66.a8 

Se il mio ben. Duet. Wbbbr, C M. F. £. von. Sammtliche 

Lieder. Band i. No. 34 in 11.244.7 

Se 1 penaier che mi strugge. Madrigal Palbstrina. Werke. 

Band 28. ll.8040a.66.a8 

Se la vita vuoi godere. Barearola. Tadouni, G. 

No. 9 in ii.x57.39 
Se lamentar augelli. Madrigal. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 

28. 11J040a.66.a8 

Se lontan ben mio tu sei. Part-song, 

Hennbbbrg, J. B. No. 144 in M.xa9a.434 

Mozart. Werke. Serie 24, Band x. No. 4 in ll.3X5.x.a4.x 

Se m'abbandonL Song. Mbnoozzl No. 8 in ll.x57.39 

Se mai senti spirarti. Aria. Gluck. No. 8 in ll.xao.x6 

Hassb, J. A. P. No. 5 in l[.xaax9 

Se me preataaae i vanni. Canon, Garcia, M. del Popolo- 

Vicente. No. 21 in M.X57.X4 

Se tiaacens. Anthem. Mbrtiam. No. 25 in M.a6ax8 

Se non fuase il pensier. Madrigal Palbstrina. Werke. 

Band 28. MJ040a.66.a8 

Se palpitar d'uggia. Aria, s. o. t., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Partitura. Manuscript [ 180-?] No. 5 in ll.xao.a8 

Se pari i la tua f^. Song, Handxl. Werke. Lieferung 51. 

M.3X3.X.5X 
Se parto ben mio. Aria. Pbrbz, D. No. ii inli.iao.a8 

Se per fatal destino. Song. Handbl. Werke. Lieferung 51. 

1I.3X3.X.5X 
Sea-pictures. Songs. Elgar. No. i in M^o6i63 

Se pieti da voi non trovo. Song. BARTHtuixoN, M. 6 Eng- 
lish and Italian songs. No. 4 in M.aax.3a 
Se placar volete. Round. Martin y Solar. No. 46 in M.a35.x8.3 
Se reato sul lido. Arietta. Asioxx No. 32 in M.a35.x8.a 
Se si alto pon gir mie stanche rime. Part-song. Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band 4. M.8o4oaJ74 

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Vol. 2. No. 1 1 in ll.244.z3.a 

Se tu non lasci amore. Part-song. Handbl. Werke. Liefe- 
rung 32, 1I.313.Z.39 

Se tutti i mall miei. Aria. Mozart. Werke. Serie 6, Band i. 

No. 8 in li.3Z5.z.6.x 
Se viver non posa' 10. Catch. Hutchinson, F. 

No. 133 in M.aao.zo 
Sea, The. Part-song. Mohs, H. No. 3 in ll.39a.18 

Sea and heart. Part-song. Oblschlbcbl. No. 31 in ll.39a.z9 
Sea beat mariner, The. Glee. Russbll, W. No. 24 in l[.a35.zz 
Sea-change, A; or, love's stowaway. Opera. For the Music 

see Henachel, G. For the Librbtto see Howella, 
Sea-greeting. Cantata. For the Music see Thayer, A. W. 

For the Librbtto see Heine. 

Sea, The, hath its pearls. Part-song. Parkbr, J. C. D. 7 

part songs. Ii.z57.z3 

Sea king, The. Part-song. Smart, H. No. la in M.Z95.Z.Z 

Sea-maidens, The. Cantata. For the Music see Roeckel, J. 

L. For the Librbtto see Weatherly. 
Sea nymphs. The. Opera. For the Mustc see Lecocq, A. C. 

For the Libretto see Famie. 
Sea slumber song. Song. Elgar. Sea-pictures. 

No. I in M.406.63 

Sea song. Part-song. Macfarrbn, W. C No. 13 in M.Z95.Z.9 

Sea song and river rhyme. Songs without music. Adams, E. 

D., editor. M.az6.z 

Sea songs. The, of England. Songs. Kitchinbr, editor. 

No. 2 in M.a37.a4 
Seals, The. Song. Barnbtt, J. Lyrical illustrations. 

No. II inM.z57.4z 
Search me, O God. Response. Blodgbtt. Anthems, responses 
and hymns. No. 4 in M.ao3.9 

Search me, O Lord. Anthem. Baumbach, A 

No. 8 in M.a9a9.z 

Searelle, Luscombe. 

"The black rover.'' A melo-dramatic opera, in three acts. 

Written and composed by Luscombe Searelle. [Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] London. London Music Publishing 

Co. [ 1890.] M.393.64 

Estrella; an original comic opera, in three acts. Written 

by Walter Parke. Composed by Luscombe Searelle. 

[Accomp. for pianoforte.] New York. Pond & Co. 

1883. Muioa^S 

Season of my purest pleasure. Trio [s. s. s.]. {In Turle 

and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3, p. 28.) 

No. i4inM.zzz.4.3 
Seasons, The. Glee. Abnold, S. No. 55 in M.a35.z8.3 

Seasons, The. Oratorio. For the Music see Haydn, F. J. 
Seasons, The. Part-song. Hawes, V/. No. 7 in M.a46.36 

S^bastien Gomes, ou le mulitre de Murillo. Opera. For the 
Music see Riquier. For the Librbtto see Menard de 
Rochecave. 
Secchi, Benedetto. 

La fanciulla delle Asturie. Tragedia lirica in 4 atti di 

Temistocle Solera. Musica di Benedetto Secchi. Ridu- 

zione per canto e pianoforte di Luigi Truzzi. Milano. 

Ricordi. [1856.] M.a74.aa 

Sechs Groschen und drci Dreier. Part-song. Lachner, V. 

No. 40 in M.39a4a.4 
Second, Alb^ric. 
La fontaine de Berny. Op6ra-comique. Musique de 
Adolphe Nibelle. No. i in M.a67.a7 

Les petites myst^res de I'Op^ra. Paris. Kugelmann. 
1844. lUus. M.Z43.Z7 

Second, Louis. 
Une bonne fortune. Op£ra bouffon de MM. £douard 
[pseud.] et F^r6ol [pseud.]. Mis en musique par 
Adolphe Adam. M.aa3.z9;etc. 

Secourea moi, ma dame. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche 
Werke. Band 16. M.8o4oa.67.z6 

Secret, Le. Opera. For the Mbsic see Soulier. For the 
Librbtto see Hoffman, F. B. 



Secret, The. Part-song. Hillbr, F. No. 22 in M.ao4.36.a 

Rbissiger. No. 7 in M.Z95.z.z6 

Secret, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. No. 48in M.a35.z8.3;etc. 

Secret, Le, d'Antonine. Opera. For the Music see Gobbaerts. 

For the Libretto see MichaiSls. 
Secret, Le, de TOncle Vincent Opera. For the Music see 

Lajarte. For the Libretto see Boisaeauz. 
Secret, Un, du monde. Fiction. Lecomtb, J. M.za9a.59 

Secret, Le, du sapeur. Opera. For the Music see Roques, 

J. L. For the Libretto see Renard. 
Secret prayer. Anthem. Stearns. No. i in M.z58.ao 

Secrets, Les, de la Baronne. Opera. For the Music see 

Pourny. For the Libretto see Vemet. 
Secrets, Les, de la musique. Instruction book, Rigaud. 

M.Z44.ZO 

Secundum multitudinem dolorum. Motet. Palbstrina. Werke. 

Band 2. MA^oa.66•a 

Sed juvat immensus. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 11. MA^oa.67.zz 

Sedaine, Michel Jean. 

Aline, reine de Golconde. Ballet-h^rolque par Me *** 

[ Monsigny. ] M.a83.za ; etc 

Aucassin et Nicolette, ou les mocurs du bon vieux tems. 

Com^die. Mise en musique par Gr^try. M.38a.z9 

Bar be Bleue. Com^die. Mise en musique par Gr^try. 

M.a8a.a9 

Blaise le savetier. Op^ra bouffon. Mis en musique par 

A. D. Philidor. M.340.a 

Le Comte d'Albert. Op^ra comique. Mis en musique 

par Gr^try. M.a8a.a3 

Le d^serteur. Drame. [Mis en musique par Monsigny.] 

M.a83.ao; etc 

Le Diable i quatre. Op^ra comique. [Mis en musique 

par Philidor.] No. i in M.a54.Z3 

Ernelinde, princesse de Norvege. Trag^die lyrique [de 

Danican]. Paroles de Poinsinet (& Sedaine). M.387.Z6 

Le faucon. Op^ra-comique par M^ *** [Monsigny]. 

M.aa5.a4 

F61ix, ou I'enfant trouv^. Com^die. Mise en musique par 

M. M *** [Monsigny]. M.a83.z8 

Les femmes veng^es. Op^ra comique. Mis en musique 

par A. D. Philidor. M«a54.zz 

Guillaume Tell. Drame lyrique. Remis i la seine avec 

des changements au poeme [de Sedaine] par Mr Pel- 

lissier, et i la musique [de Gr^try] par H. Berton. 

M.a6z.3a 

L'isola incantata, ou I'isle enchantie. Optoi bouffon. Mis 

en musique par M. Bruni. M.aa44 

Le jardinier et son seigneur. Opira bouffon. Mis en 

musique par A. D. Philidor. No. 2 in M.a54.9 

Le magnifique. Com^die. [Musique de] M. Gritry. 

M.a8a.a7 

On ne s'avise jamais de tout. Op^ra bouffon. Mis en 

musique par M. *** [Monsigny]. No. i inM.a83.z5;etc 

Richard Coeur-de-Lion. Op^ra-comique. [Musique de 

Gr^try.] M.a8a.38; etc 

Rose et Colas. Com^die en i acte, prose et musique. 

Paris. H^rissant. 1764. No. 6 in M.Z04.Z4 

Words only. 

Same. Com^die. Representee par M' *** [Monsigny]. 

M.a83.z3;etc 

Le roy et le fermier. Com^die. Representee par M. *** 

[Monsigny]. M.a83.z9 

Les sabots. Piece en i acte. Mise en musique par M. 

Duny. M.a63.z6 

Side, Paul de. 

Le coq de Viroflay. Opera comique. Musique de Lucien 

Poujade. No. 2 in M.396.73 

Sederunt principes. Gradual. Haydn, J. M. No. 4 in M.aoa.9 

Seduzione, La. Duet. Alary. Ricreazioni musicali. 

No. I in M.a44.z9 
See, from his ocean bed. Madrigal. Rupfo. 

No. 27 in M.Z57.a8.z 

See from Zion's sacred mountain. Anthem. Gabribl, M. A. 

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Seebilder. Part-songs. Rheinbbrger, J. G. 

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Seeger, Ferdinand F., translator. 
Sibber, F. The art of singing. Translated from the 
German, with the addition of an original chapter on 
the hygiene of the voice by F. Seeger. New York. 
[1872] M.375.10 

Seegner, Franz Gregor. 
Requiem fur s. a. t. und &, dann Violin i, 2, Viola, 2 
Clarinetten, 2 Fagotten, 3 Posaunen, 2 Clarinen und 
Pauken, Violoncell, Contrabass und Orgel. 53. Werk. 
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Seelig sind die Todten. Anthem. Schuetz. No. 30 in 11.909.6.9 

Seeling, Hans. 

Aus den Memoiren eines Kunstlers. Tondichtungen fiir 

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bearbeitet von Karl MuUer-Berghaus. Partitur. Leipzig. 

Senf f. [ i875«] No. 5 in M.335.ZZ 

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Op. 27, No. 7 in l[.99z,96 

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von Strehlenau. 

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For the Libretto see Teiui]rBoii. 

Segnits, Eugen. 

W. A. Mozart, Blaser-Serenaden: Nr. 10 in B dur; Nr. 11 

in Es dur. Erlautert Berlin. Seemann. [1904. Der 

Musikfiihrer. No. 236.] No. 11 in ll.9z7.z9.zo 

Segreto, II. Opera. For the Music see Mayer, J. S. For 

the Libretto see Foppa. 

Segreto, II. Song. Donizettl No. 5 in ll.z57.39 

Seguii gii le speranze e '1 van desio. Part-song. Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band 8. lL8o4oa.($7.8 

S6gur, Alexandre Joseph Pierre, Vicomte de. 

L'op^ra comique. Op^ra comique. Paroles des citoyens 

J. S^gur jeune et Em. Dupaty. Musique del Sig*" Do- 

menico detla Maria. M.959.96 

Rom^o et Juliette. Op^ra. Mis en musique par D. Stei- 

belt. 11.984.6 

S6gur, J., jeune. See S^gur, Alexandre Joseph Pierre, Vicomte 

de. 

Seh* ich deine zarten Fusschen an. Song. Rubinstein. 

Zwolf Lieder des Mirza-Schaffy. No. 7 in II.Z99.5 

Sehet, welch' eine Liebe. Anthem, Bach, J. S. Werke. 

Jahrgang 16. Il.804a9z.z6 

Sehet, wir geh'n hinauf gen Jerusalem. Anthem. Bach, J. 

S. Werke. Jahrgang 32. M.8o40.2z.39 

Sehnen, Das. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, 

Band 2. M.3Z7.z.9o.9 

Sehnsucht {Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 4, p. 39.) 

No. 137 in M.z99a434 
Sehnsucht Part-song. Debois. No. 66 in 11.392.3 

George V., of Hanover. Sechs Gedichte. 

No. 5 in Il.z55.z7; etc 
Mangold. Drei Lieder. Op. 33. No. 17 in IL399.Z7 

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 16. IL3Z7.Z.Z6 

Szadrowsky, H. No. 8inlLz3a7 

Weinwurm. No. 2 in IL392494 

Sehnsucht, Die. Song. Bs^VAftovsKY. Gesange beim Klavter. 
Heft I. No. 20 in 1C.29Z.33 

Beethoven. Werke. Serie 23. lf4Z3.z.93 

Blumenthal. 6 Lieder. No. 27 inlC.244.z 

Brahms. Funf Lieder. Op. 49. No. i2inlL38a40.z;etc* 
HiLLER, F. Drei Gesange. Op. 34. No. 14 in 1I.Z99.3 

Kreutzer, C No. 10 in ic.99z.30 

KuECKEN. Lied in der Fremde. No. i in 1C.944.6.Z 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. Lw F. Werke. Serie 19. 

1L4Z3.3-I9 
Methfessel, a. G. 6 Lieder. 24. Werk. No. 5 in ic.99z.33 

PosA. No. 14 in 11.380.99 

Romberg, A. J. No. 3 in 1L98(X43 

Rubinstein. Sechs Lieder. Op. 8. No. i in ILZ99.5 

Schubert, F. P. No. 5 in ic.z4a33.3; etc 

Schumann, R. A. Lieder und Gesange. Heft 2. 

No. 7 in 1L244.Z5.9; etc. 

Strauss, R. Fiinf Lieder fur eine Singstimme. Op. 32. 

No. 13 in M.38a94.9 

Taubert, C. G. W. Dichtungen von F. v. Schiller. 

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Sehnsucht nach dem Fruehlinge. Song, Mozart. 30 Ge- 

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Sehnsncht nach dem Tode. Song, Albert, Prince Consort. 

Collected compositions. Il.a9aa3 

Sehnsucht nach dem Walde. Part-song. Hummel, F. Wald- 

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Sehnsucht nach den Alpen. Part-song. Schmoelzer. 

No. 83 in 11.246^3 
Sehnsucht nach der Heimath. Part-song. 
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Krug, F. No. 5 in M.39a.ao 

Sehnsucht nach der Schweiz. Part-song. 
EcKBR. No. 103 in M.1474 

Lindpaintner. No. 52 in 11.1474 

Sehnsucht nach der Waldgegend. 5*011^. Schumann, R. A. 
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Sehr gewohnliche Geschichte, Eine. Song, Haydn, F. J. 
Gesange. Heft 2. No. 2 in M.3ia.3S 

Seht auf die breiten Wiesen hin. Aria. Haydn, F. J. 

No. 4 in lf.ao4.37.i 

Seht den Knutl Part-song. Gsisa Album fiir Manner- 

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Sehty wie diistere Wolken. Part-song. Bobhmb, F. M. 

Heimische u. fremde Weisen. No. 8 in M.39a.s 

Sei du mein Trost. Song, Mozart. Werke. Serte 7, Band 

X. No. 15 in lf.315.1.7.1 

Sei gegmesstt <lo ttille Nacht Part-song. Abt, F. 

No. 5 in lf.a03.aa 
Sei getreu bis in den Tod. Motst. Dornhecktbr. 2 Motetten. 

No. 17 in M.z58.aa 
Sei Lob nnd Ehr". Choral. Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahrgang 
13, Theil I, 24. M.8o40.az.i3.i,a4 

Hesse, A. F. Variationen iiber den Choral. 

No. 10 in 11.31249 
Sei Lob nnd Preis. Motot. Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahrgang 
39. l£,8o4aai.39 

Sei meini Song. Cornelius. Werke Band i. M4i4.2az 
Sei mir gegruesst. Song. Schubert, F. P. Sammtliche 
Compositionen. M.244.i2;etc 

Sei mir gegruesst, O stille Nacht. Part-song. Bbckbr, V. £. 

No. 21 in M.3924 
Sei mir gnadig, Gott. Anthem, Hauptmann, M. 

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Sei mir heute nichts zuwider. Part-song. Kauffmann, £. F. 

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Sei pur bells pur vezzosa. Aria. Handel. Werke. Liefe- 
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Sei pur tu che ancor rivedo. Dust. Donizetti. 

No. 7 in 1L22I.20 

Sei ruhig. Part-song. Habsbb, J. Vier Lieder. Op. 2. 

No. 14 in M.392.ZO 
Sei still. Part-song. Humpbrdinck. Zwei Volkslieder. 

No. 15, 16 in M.392.12 
Sei stilL Song. Abt, F. No. 4 in 11.192.1 

Sei still dem Herrn und wart' auf ihn. Part-song. Haupt- 
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Seid Einig. Part-song. GsNiB. No. 10 in if.39242.2 

Seidel, Arthur. 
O schau' mich an ein einzig mal. [Mannerchor.] {In 
Gruber. Sangeshort. Heft 4, pp. 14-16.) 

No. 3 in M.37a30 
Seidel, Christian. 

Mein Herz, thu' dich auf! [M&nnerchor.] (/» Das Rutli. 
Pp. 264, 265.) No. Ill in M.1474 

Seidel, Friedrich Ludwig. 
Lieder [a. o. t.], mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. Heft 3. 
Berlin. Kunst- & Industrie-Comptoir. [181-?] 

No. 17inM.a21.33 
CmOtnts. — Frflhlingflied. — Singers AbendUed. — An dnc Roie. — 
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Seidel, Johann Julius. 
The organ and its construction. Translated from the 
German. London. Ewer & Co. 1852. Plates. If.x48.z4 

Seidlt Anton, editor. 
The music of the modem world, illustrated in the livea 
and works of the greatest modern musicians. [Edited 
by] Anton Seidl, assisted by Fanny Morris Smith, H. 
E. Krehbiel and W. S. Howard. New York. Appleton 
& Co. [1895] 2 V. Illus. Portraits. Plates. Fac- 
similes. if.x4.z 

ThU work contains two articles by Sddl on coo d ncting; VoL 1, pp, 
100-106, 301-314. Many of the plates arc colored. 

Seidlt Arthur. 
Wagneriana. Berlin. Schuster &.Loeffler. 1901, 02. 3 t. 

ConUnit. — I. Erlebte Aesthctik: Richard Wagner-Creda Eta Er- 
ganiung iiar ^Richard Wagncr-Schule." a. Angcwandte Aesthetik: 
Von Palestrina lu Wagner. Bekcnntnisae cines 






„Wagnerianers." 3. Kritiache Aesthctik: Die Wagner-Nachfolga ian 
Musik-Drama. Skiiun and Studicn snr Kritik der MnKxlmien 
Oper." 

Seidl, Franz Xaver. 
Reisebekanntschaften. Singspiel. Musik Ton Franz Abt 

No. I in lf.391.a7 
Seidl, Johann Gabriel. 
Herr, du bist gross I Gedicht fur Mannerchor, Baritonsolo 
u. Orchester componirt von Albert Abt. No. i in 1I.2I2«3 
Seifert, Franz. 
Unsere Hausmeister. Heitere Scene fur 4 Mannerstimmen 
mit Clavier begleitung. Op. 51. Wien. Rebay & 
Robitschek. [ 189-?] No. 13 in IL219.16 

Seifert, Richard. 

Frtihlingsaugen. [Mannerchor.] (/» Abt. Deutsche 
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Weinlied. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 
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Seifert, Uso. 
Always more. See his Immer mehr. 

Immer mehr. [Mannerchor.] {In Regensburger Lieder- 
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16, 17.) No. 4 in 11.204.38 
Wishes. [Part-song, t. t. & a.] (In Chickering collec- 
tion. Vol. 2, pp. 6, 7.) No. 3 in 11.39248.2 
Seiffert, Max, editor. 
Boscoop, C. 50 psalmen Davids miet vier partijen 

1I415.1 
NooRDT, A. van. Tabulatuur-boeck van psalmen en fan- 

tasyen, Amsterdam, 1659. IM^M 

SwEELiMCK, J. P. Werken. IM'S-^ 

ToLLius, J. Zesstemmige madrigalen. No. 2 in 114x5.9 

Seifriz, Max. 

Acht Gesange fur Mannerchor. Op. 3, Heft i. Breslau. 

Leuckart. [ 186-?] No. 25 in ll.392.25 

Contents. — Rciterlied. — Die Muiensohne alngen. — Trinklied. — 
Vaterlandilied. 

Bergmannslied. [Mannerchor.] {In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 138-141. Prag. 1865.) No. 67 in ll.204.39 

Der deutschen Linken. [Mannerchor.] {In Tauwitz. 
Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 79, 80.) No. 31 in lf.204.39 

Erklang dein traulich Wiegenlied. [Mannerchor.] (/n 
Tauwitz. Deutsches Liederbuch. Pp. 36, 37.) 

No. 8 in 11.204.39 

Das Voglein. [Mannerchor.] {In Abt. Deutsche Sanger- 
halle. Vol. 4, pp. 14-16.) No. 6 in 11.392424 

Waidmannslied. [Mannerchor.] {In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 141-143.} No. 68 in lf.204.39 

Weberlied. [Mannerchor.] {In Tauwitz. Deutsches 
Liederbuch. Pp. 243, 244.) No. 107 in lf.204.39 

Die Weihe der Nacht. [Mannerchor.] {In Stuttgarter 
Mannerchor-Album. Pp. 101-104.) No. 5 in lf.203^2 



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Seigneur 



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Selmar 



Seigneur, dans ta gloire. Anikim. Lagomb d'Estalbnx. la 

psaumes. No. 2 in il.ag6.x 

Seigneur, ta puissance. Anihim. Lagomb d'Estaunx. 12 

psaumes. No. 2 in 11.296.x 

Seigneur Dieu» oy I'oraison mienne. Anihim. Sweelinck, 

J. P. Werken. Deel 3. 11.4x3.9.3 

Seigneur, enten i mon bon droit. Anthtm. Swebunck, J. 

P. Werken. Deel 5- IMzS-^-S 

Seigneur, enten ma requeste. Anthim, Swbbunck, J. P. 

Werken. Deel & 114x3^9 

Seigneur, Le, est la clartl Antkim. Swbblinck, J. P. 

Werken. Deel 2, 3. 11413-^9^ 

Seigneur, garde mon droit. Anihim, Swbbunck, J. P. 

Werken. Deel 2. 114x3.9^ 

Seigneur, je n'ay point. Anthem. Swbblinck, J. P. Werken. 

Deel 4- 114x3.94 

Seigneur, le Roy. Anihem, Swbbunck, J. P. Werken. .Deel 

5. M4X3^.5 

Seigneur, puss que m'as retire. Anthem. Swbbunck. J. P. 

Werken. Deel 5. U^t^9.s 

Seigneur, Le, ta prier* entende. Anthem. Swbbunck, J. P. 

Werken. Deel 2. 114x3.9^ 

Seller, Emma. 

The voice in singing. Translated by a member of the 

American Philosophical Society [William Henry Fur- 

ness]. Philadelphia. Lippincott & Co. 1868. ii.x04.99 

Seiaa, Isidor Wilhelm. 

Feierliche Scene und Marsch fur grosses Orchester. Op. 

17. Partitur. Berlin. Schlesinger. [18S-?] 

No. 2 in if.334.x9 
Seit frischauf ir lieben Geste. Madrigal. Lassus. 

No. 21 in lf.20440 

Seit ich ihn gesehen. Song. Schumann, R. A. Frauenliebe 

und Leben. No. 2 in ii.944.x5.9 

Seitdem dein Aug* in meines schaute. Song. Stbauss, R. 

Sechs Lieder von A. F. von Schack. Op. 17. 

No. 10 in if.380.94.1 
Seits, Heinrich. 
Editha. Eine Sage vom Herthasee. Fiir Soli, Chor und 
Orchester componirt von Heinrich Hofmann. 

No. 2 in lf.986.3 

S^jan, Nicolas, editor. 

Janson, J. B. A. J. Trois quatuor arranges pour le 

clavecin ou piano-forte, avec accomp. de violon et 

basse. No. 6 in if.36axx 

S^jour, Le, des bienheureux. Symphonic poem. Wbingartnbr. 

Das Gef ilde der Seligen. No. i in 11404.39 

S^jour militaire, Le. Opera. For the Music see Auber. For 

the LiBRBTTO see Bouilly. 
SeUes, Bernhard. 
Serenade fiir 11 Soloinstrumente: Flote, Oboe, Klarinette, 
Horn, Fagott, 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncell, Kontrabass 
und Harfe. Op. 14. Partitur. Leipzig. Rahter. 1907. 

No. 2 in il.x36.98 
Setam, Le. Cantata. For the Music see Reyer. For the 

LxBBBTTo see Gmutier, T. 
Seiber ist der Mann. Part-song, Anackbr, A. F. 

No. 88 in 11.9x3.9 
Selby, Bertram Luard. 
All nations whom Thou hast made. Full anthem. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
Vol. 12, pp. 137-145O No. 16 in 1I.X95.9.X9 

It was a lover. Part song. London. Novello, Ewer & 
Co. 1878. [The Musical times.] No. 45 in ll.158.x9 

Nurse's song. A two-part song [s. a. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, 
pp. 107-110.) No. 20 in 11.904.36.7 

Shine out, stars. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 
(In Novello's Collection of trios, etc Vol. 7, pp. 59- 
66.) No. 12 in II.904.36.7 

A song of the four seasons [s. s. a. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 3, 
pp. 145-152.) No. 20 in 11.904.36.3 

Spring. Trio [s. a. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 



Selby, Bertram Luard. (Continued.) 

Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 7, pp. 52-58.) 

No. II in lf.904.36.7 
Selden, Camille, psend. See Krinits, Elise de. 
Select harmony. Psalmody. Wobcbstbb. No. 2 in IL373.31 
Self-baniahed, The. Song. Blow. No. 47 in 11.935.X8.1 

Selig die Todten. Part-song. Zobllnbb, C P. Zehn Lieder 

u. Gesange. Heft 2. No. 41 in ll.399.97 

Selig durch die Liebe. Part-song. Schubbbt, P. P. Werke. 

Serie 19. li.3X7.x.i9 

Selig ihr Blinden. Song. Wolt, H. Italienisches Lieder- 

buch. Band i. 1I.380.99.I 

Selig ist der Mann. Anthem. Bach, J. S. Werke. Jahrgang 

12, Theil 2. 1I.8040.9X.X9.9 

Selig, selig alle. Canon. Mozabt. Werke. Serie 7, Band 2. 

No. 43 in 1I.3X5.X.7.9 
Selig sind die Todten. Cantata. For the Music see Hof- 
mann, H. C. J. 
Selig sind die Todten. Motet. Wbbmann. No. 33 in li.158.90 
Selige Nachtl Song. Fbanz, R. Aus Osten. 

No. 63 in lf.944.5.3 
Selige Welt. Song. Schubbbt, F. P. Sammtliche Composi- 

tionen. li.944.x9; etc 

Seliger Tag, Ein. Part-song. Lobbnz, O. No. 5 in lf.399.90 
Seliger Tod. Volksweise. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoes- 

sischer Saengerverein. Mannerchore fur das iite . . . 

Sangerfest Pp. 30-32.) No. 2 in ll.i3a7 

AIM to be fonnd in Du RftUL 

Seliger Tod. Part-song. Kbbutzbb, C No. 177 in 1^x29843.5 
Seliger Tod. Song. Milhalovicb. Acht Gedichte. 

No. 5 in 11.380.91 

Seligkeit Song. Schubbbt, P. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 

4. lf.3X7.x.90.4 

Seligkeiten, Die. Oratorio. For the Music see Franck, C. 
A. For the Libbbtto see Colomb, J. 6. 

Seligxnann, A. 
Der Vagabund und die Prinzessin. Opernspiel in einem 
Acte nach Andersen von A. Seligmann. Musik von Ed. 
Poldini. No. 3 in ll.389.70 

Seligmann, Hippolyte Prosper. 
Ballade de minuit. Reverie. Op. 73. Pour piano et violon- 
celle. [Partition.] Paris. Lebeau. [186-?] 

No. 8 in ll.9xa6 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 16 in ll.9xax9 

Deux nuits. No. 2: Nuit de d^cembre. Pour piano et 

violoncelle. Op. 74. [Partition.] Paris. Gambogi. 

[186-?] N0.9inlf.9xa6 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 17 in ll.2xax9 

S^gmaxui, P. See Sfligmaxm, Hippolyte Prosper. 

Selixna and Azor. Opera. For the Music see Linley, T. 

For the Libbbtto see Marmontel, J. F. 
Selkirk. Song. Chabd. 6 favorite songs. No. 2 in lf.99x.39 

Selle, Louis. 

Mass for 3 voices [s. t. b. Accomp. for organ]. New 
York. Hall. 1849. No. 2 in lf.96o.8.x ; No. 6 in lf.96a8.6 

Vespers. For four voices. [Accomp. for organ.] New 
York. Webb & Allen, i860. No. 5 in lf-30X.36 

Com^nia. — Dominc, ad adjiiTandtim me. — Dixit Dorainu*. — Confite- 
bor TlbL — Baitin Tir. — Lswlate, pueri. — LswUte Dominum. 

Selle, William Christian. 
Hellas: a lyrical drama by Percy Bysshe Shelley. The 
choruses set to music by William Christian Selle. [Ac- 
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Reeves & Turner. 
1886. [Shelley Society. Publications.] No. i in il.904.98 

Sell6, A. Symphonic poem. Mihalovich. No. i in lf.344.x3 

Selma. Song. Abt, F. Sechs Lieder. Op. 71* 

No. 15 in lf.X99.x 
Selma sedl&k. Opera. For the Music see DvohUc Der 

Bauer ein Schelm. For the Libretto see Vesel^. 
Selma und Selmar. Song. Schubbbt, F. P. Werke. Serie 

20, Band 3. lI.3X7.x.9a3 

Selmar und Selma. Cantata. For the Music see Romberg, 

A. J. For the Libretto see Klopstock. 



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Selmer 



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



Sepulto 



Selmcr, Johan Peter. 

„La captive," en deux parties, compos^e par Johan Selmer 

sur le po^me de Victor Hugo. Op. 6. le partie pour 

orchestre seul, ae pour orchestre et solo de contralto. 

Partition d'orchestre. Christiania. Warmuth. [1877?] 

No. I in IL404.17 
Nordischer Festzug. (National Fest-Marsch.) Sympho- 
nischer Marsch fur Orchester. Op. 11. Partitur. Christia- 
nia. Warmuth. [1878.] No. a in 11.404.17 
Prometheus. Symphonische Dichtung in zwei Abthei- 
lungen. Op. 5a Partitur. Leipzig. Wild. [1899?] 

lL4oi6.3a 
Seltaam ist Juanas Weise. Song. Wolp, H. Spanisches 
Liederbuch. No. 13 in 11.380.30 

Selv* avea^ Le, d'intorn' al lido Eusino. Madrigal, Palbs- 
TRiNA. Werke. Band a8. iL8040a.66.a8 

Selvaggia. Opera, For the Music see Schira. For the Li- 
bretto see Cimino. 
Selvat y bosques. Caick, Ramiu db Avbllano. 

No. 83 in iLaaaxo 
Semde. Oratorio, For the Music see Handel. For the 

LiBRBTTo see Congreve. 
Semet, Thtophile Aim6 £mtle. 
La demoiselle d'honneur. Op^ra comtque en 3 actes. 
Po^me de Mest6p^s &, Kauffmann. Musique de Th. 
Semet. Partition piano & chant. Paris. Ikelmer 8c cie. 
[1857.] Il.3aa.x5 

Gil-Bas. Op6ra en 3 actes de Jules Barbier et Michel 
Carr6. Musique de Th. Semet Partition chant et piano. 
Paris. Choudens. [i860.] If.3aa.z4 

Die Grille von Berry. (La petite Fadette.) Komische 
Oper in 3 Acten, von George Sand [Pseud.]. Deutsch 
von N. Roda. Musik von Th. Semet. Vollstandiger 
Clavierauszug mit franzosischem und deutschem Text. 
Berlin. Bote & Bock. [187-?] I1.3a7.6 

Incognito. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles de M. Bourotte. 
Musique de Th. Semet. [Partition chant et piano.] 
Paris. 1880. [Journal des demoiselles.] No. i in Ii.3aa.z6 
Laide. Op6rette en 2 tableaux. Paroles de Mme Adam- 
Boisgontier [pseud.]. Musique de Th. Semet. [Parti- 
tion chant et piano. Paris. 186-?] No. a in ll.3aa.z6 
M61ancolie. [M61odie, m.-s. Accomp. de piano.] Por- 
trait. Facsimile. (In Album du Gaulois. Vol. a.) 

No. 21 in ll.39z.a8.a 
Les nuits d'Espagne. Op6ra comique en a actes. Paroles 
de Michel Carr6. Musique de Th. Semet. Partition 
piano et chant. Paris. Le Dentu. [1857.] Plate. 

M.3a7.5 
Le poltron. Op6rette en i acte. Paroles de Paul Du- 
bourg. Musique de Th. Semet. [Partition chant et 
piano.] Paris. 1875. [Journal des demoiselles.] 

No. 3 in ll.3aa.z6 
S^miane, A., pseud. See Sciama, Andr6. 

Semiquaver, The. A manuscript musical magazine. [Vol. 
I, 2.] London. [Busby.] 1869-71. 2 v. in i. Litho- 
graph script. Il.z47.z7 

No more was published. 

Semiramide. Opera. For the Music see Himmel, F. H.; 
also Roasiiii. For the Libretto see Himmel, F. H.; also 
Roasi, G. 
Semiramide, La. Opera. For the Libretto see Portogallo. 
Stoiramia. Opera, For the Music see Catel; also Schmitt, 
F. For the Libretto see Desriauz; also Colombeau, E. 
F. A. de. 
Semplice, La. 5*091^. Ferrari, G. G. 6 favorite ariettes. 

No. 7 in li.aaz.az 
Sempre air alba. Song. Verdi. Verdi album. 

No. 6 in 11.336.$ 
Sempre libera. 5*091^. Verdi. Verdi album. No. 19 in ll.a36.5 
Sempre pensoso e torbido. Song. Mercadantb. 

No. 2 in l1.364.zo 
Sempre uniti. Duet. Roberti. Inspirations italiennes. 

No. I in ll.364.zo 
Sen. Song, Moniuszko. Trzy ipiewy. No. 31 in lf.aa1.30 



Senailli^, Jean Bapttste. 

Sonata in A. Fur Violine & Klavier. Nach der Original- 

Ausgabe bearbeitet von Alfred Moffat. [Partitur.] Mainz. 

Schott. 1909. [Kammer-Sonaten fiir Violine & Klavier 

des I7t<» & i8>^ Jahrhunderts.] No. i in 1143343.3 

Send down Thy blessing. Anthem. Millard, H. Ave Maria. 

No. 14 in lI.a6o.zo.a; etc 
Send out Thy light. Anthem. Gounod. No. 7 in Ii.a9az3 

Senez puerum portabat. Anthem, 
Palestrina. Werke. Band i. llAi4oa.66.z 

ViTTORiA. Opera. Tomus i. ll.3Z3.a.z 

Scnfel, Ludwig. See Senll, Ludwig. 
Scnff, Bartholf, editor. 
Signals fiir die musikalische Welt. Jahrgang 1-72. 1843- 
1914- 11.Z85.Z 

Scnffl, Ludwig. See Sen£l» Ludwig. 
Senfl, Ludwig. 
Deus propitius esto [s. a. t. t. &]. (In Rochlitz. Sammlung 
vorziiglicher Gesangstucke. Band i, Abtheilung i, pp. 
34f 35-) No. 16 in lI.aoaAz 

Mag ich Ungluck nit widerstan. Motette mit Choral. (In 
Rochlitz. Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstucke. Band 
I, Abtheilung i, pp. 32, 33.) No. 15 in lI.aoaAz 

Nunc dimittis [a. t. t. b.] (In Rochlitz. Sammlung vor- 
ziiglicher Gesangstucke. Band i, Abtheilung i, pp. 36, 
37-} No. 17 in ll.aQa.6.z 

Senger, Hugo von. 
Im Gebirge. Grosser Chor fiir Mannerstimmen. Op. 9. 
Offenbach a. M. Andr6. [186-?] No. 14 in Il4iza.z6 

Militarischer Trauer-Marsch fur grosses Orchester. Op. 
5. Partitur. Ziirich. Hug. [1871.] No. 3 in 11.343.^ 
Vier Gesange fur vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 8. Offen- 
bach a. M. Andr6. [187a?] No. a6 in 11.393415 

Comigmt, — Dk Kteigla dsr Nacht — Wdhdicd. — TraocfclSbfiiM. 
— Im VstcrUad. 

Senger, Theodor. 
Ich mochte sein. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber. Sangeshort 
Heft a, pp. 7-9.) No. a in ll^Taso 

Seniores populi. Anthem. Palestrina. Werke. Band 3a. 

llA»4oaU56.3a 

Senke dich in heil'ger Stille. Part-song, Abt, F. Drei 
Lieder fiir s. a. t. b. No. 9 in ll.z58.aa; etc. 

Sennacherib. Cantata. For the Music see Arnold, G. B. 

Sennenlied. Part-song. Gbn^e. Drei Lieder. Op. iii. 

No. 33 in U49»J9 

Sennerinn, Die, und ihr Schatz. 5*011^. Taubert, C G. W. 
12 Gesaenge. Op. 27. No. 7 in ll.aaz.a6 

Scnnin, Die. Song. Schumann, R. A. 6 Gedichte von N. 
Lenau. No. 8 in Il.a44.z5.3; etc. 

Se&or Inigo, El. Opera. For the Music see RobiUard. For 
the Libretto see Sancy. 

Senor Piffardino, £1. Opera. For the Music see DeUruelle. 
For the Libretto see Charlea. 

Senti ah n6. Song. Jommblu, N. No. 5 inll.zao.aa;etc 

Senti il mar. Aria. Hassb, J. A. P. No. 37 in ll.a9o.a9.a 

Sendant omnes. Anthem. Perez, D. No. 36 in ll.a6o.a4.z 

Sentinelle, La. Song. Hortense, Queen of Holland, Ro- 
mances. l1.aax.a7 

Sentinelle perdue. La. Opera. For the Music see Rifaut. 
For the Libretto see Saint Georgea. 

Sento che in seno. Aria, Giordani, G. No. a in l1.zao.19 

Sento li che ristretto. Song. Handeu Werke. Lieferung 
51. II.313.1.51 

Senza dite ben mio. Round [for 3 voices]. (In Social har- 
mony. P. 255.) No.aii inl1.az5.az 

Senza la cara, cara sposa. Song. Porpora. No. a in ll.zaaaS 

Separazione, La. Song. Rossini. No. 13 in ll.a8o45 

Sept parolea, Les. For orchestra. Haydn, F. J. 

No. 3 in 11403.67 

Septonate, The. Theory. Klauser. iLzzz^ 

Septuors, Instrumental. See Chamber muaic Septets. 

Sequences, Liturgical. See Liturgical music. Masses. Se- 
quences. 

Sepulto Domino. Anthem. Palestrina. Werke. Band 3a. 

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Serenades 



8er Marcantonia Optra. For the Music see PayesL For 

the LiBKBTTO see AnellL 

Sera, Una, d'amore. Duet Campama. No. 12 in 11.244.9 

Staifina, La, ou I'occasion fait le larron. Optra. For the 

Music see Saint Jnlien. For the Libretto see Saint 

Georgea. 

SeragHo, The. Optra. For the Music and Libretto see 

I>ibdin, C iTi&'iBii* 
Seraglio, II. Optra. For the Music see Mosart. For the 

Libretto see Bretsner. 
Seraph, The. Church nmsk. Whitakbr. il.1a3.ao 

SerapUne. [Musikalische Scenen aus Lilar. Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 1837*] No. 3 in 11.37340 

Seraphinen steigen nieder. Amktm. Lindpaintner. 24 
Fsalmen. No. 7 in ll.a90.30 

Sfrard, £. 
Un mari pour 3 femmes. Op^rette. Paroles de E. S6rard. 
Mnsique de P. Cordelle. No. 4 in 11403.63 

Seras-tn totijoors inflexible? Duti. Saccrini. Le Sacchini 
des concerts. li«374*9 

Serbischea Liederspsel. Part-songs. Hbnschel, G. 

No. 2 in 11.194.15 
Serbischea Staendchen. Part-song. Stritzko. 

No. 3 in If .203.33 
S6rfoade, La. Optra. For the Music see QaU, £. S. For 

the LiBRBTTO see Qay, M. F. S. M. de L. 
"Serenade, The." Optra. For the Music see Herbert, V. 

For the Libretto see Smitli, H. B. 
Serenade. Part-sang. Abt, F. No. 27 in ll.304.38 

Appel. No. i in 11.393.33 

AuER, C. No. 2 in M. 270.58 

Beschnitt. 6 Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 35. 

No. 12 in 11.393.35; etc 
Bbsekb. No. 37 in M. 393.4 

Bradsky. Zwei Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 54. 

No. 16 in If .393.5 
BussE. No. 12 in m. 205.10.5 

Chadwick, G. W. Four part-songs. No. 21 in if .392.6 

Dregert. IL193.33.3 

EiSENROPBR. No. 35 in if .157.5.1 

Jahn, a. [Vier Quartette.] No. 26 in m. 392.12 

KoBLLNER. Zwei Lieder. No. 67 in if.392.12 

Krobgel. No. 18 in if .203.15 

KuNZE. No. 19 in if .393.48.3 

Marschnbr, a. E. No. 25 in M .109.1 

MiLDE. No. 9 in M. 392.30 

MuELLER-HARTUNa Drci Mannerchore. No. 7 in if .392.19 
Otto, F. No. 21 in M. 392.37 

Schubert, F. P. No. 16 in If .204.36.1 ; etc. 

Smart. No. 35 in M .157.1 

Spicker. No. 44 in If .392.25 

Storch. No. 15 in if .392.36; etc. 

Tours. No. 16 in M.393.38 

Zumstebg» J. R. No. II inif.3i3.3i.i 

S^rtoade. Song. Bizet. No. 4 in if .391.38.1 ; etc. 

Brahms. Lieder und Gesange. Op. 58, Heft 2. 

No. 2 in M.38040.2; etc. 

Gounod. Vingt mtiodies. No. 10 in M.157.36.1 

KjERULP. Singer och Visor. Band 2. M.158.47 

LoEPPLER. Quatre poemes. lf.410.86 

Mermet. No. 5 in M.391.28.2 

Meyerbeer. 40 melodies. No. i in M.157.38 

Schubert, F. P. M61odies. Vol. 5. M.327.4.5 

Taubert, C. G. W. Vier Lieder. Op. 120. No. 8 in M.i9a.7 

Vauoorbbii. Melodies. M.213.35 

Serenade am Seeufer. Song. Gadb. Lieder und Gesange. 

Heft I. No. 2 in M.193.3 

S^rfoade d'hiver. Part-song. Saint-Saens. 

No. 3 in M.155.41 ; etc 
S^rfoade, La, de Don Juan. Fiction. Audbbrand, P. M.119.3' 
S€r€nade de Silvio. Song. L'£pine. Scenes et chansons. 

No. I in M.313.14; etc. 
S^toade florentine. For orchestra. Godard, B. L. P. 

No. I in M405.18 
S^rtoade hongroise. For orchestra. JoNaiRES. No. i in M.343.9 



Serenades. For flutt, vioUn and viola. 

Beethoven. Serenade fur Flote, Violine und Viola. [Op. 

25.] No. 6 in lf.355.a 

Reger, M. Serenade fur Flote, Violine und Viola. Op. 

77A. No. I in M413a.11 

Serenades. For orchestra. 

Balorre. S6r6nade pour piano. [Arrang^e pour orchestre.] 

No. I in M.358.33 
Brahms. Serenade, D dur, fur grosses Orchester. Op. 11. 

ii.34fi.37 

Serenade fur kleines Orchester. Op. 16. No. i in M.333.6 

Bruell. Serenade fur Orchester. Op. 29. No. i in M.343.39 
— Serenade, £ dur, fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 36. 

No. 2 in M.336.3 

Serenade, Dritte, fur Orchester. Op. ^. 

No. I in M403.15 
Draesekb. Serenade (D dur) fiir Orchester. Op. 49* 

No. 3 in M.33a.i4 

Dvol&K. Serenade fiir Blasinstrumente (2 Hoboen» 2 

Clarinetten, 2 Fagotte, Contrafagott ad libitum, 3 

Horner), Violoncell und Contrabass (D moll). Op. 44. 

No. 4 in M.332.16 
Glazunov. S6r6nade pour I'orchestre. Op. 7. 

No. I in M.407.13 

S6r6nade, 2me, pour petit orchestre. Op. 11. 

No. 3 in If .343.45 
GoDARD, B. L. P. S^r6nade florentine. Op. 126 [No. i]. 

No. I in M405.18 
Grill. Serenade in 5 Satzen fur Orchester. Op. 3. 

No. 2 in M.348.20 

HuBER, H. Sommernachte. Serenade in 4 Satzen fur 

grosses Orchester. Op. 86. M.34344 

Serenade, 2te (Wintemachte), fiir Orchester. 

No. I in M.358.28 

Indy, p. M. V. d'. Serenade et valse. Op. 16, no. i; 17, 

no. I. No. I in M405.23 

Jadassohn. Serenade in 4 Canons ftir Orchester. Op. 42. 

No. 5 in M.342.8 

Serenade (No 2, D dur): i. Intrada e notturno. 2. 

Menuetto, alia marcia, menuetto da capo. 3. Finale. Op. 
46. No. 6 in M.342.8 

Serenade (No 3, A dur) fur Orchester. Op. 47. 

No. 2 in M.336.16 
Serenade (No. 4, F dur) fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 



73. 



No. I in M.331.X8 
lustrumentirt von 
No. 8 in M.342.8 
No. I in M.342.9 
No. 2 in M.342.12 
No. 4 in M.338.2X 
No. 3 in M.4XO.71 



Jensen, A. Serenade. Op. 32, No 9. 

Reinhold Becker. 
JoNciiRES. [Serenade hongroise.] 
Langby. Arabische Serenade. Op. 24. 
LoEWENGARD. Scrcuata fur Orchester. 
LuiGiNi. S6r£nade romantique. Op. 27. 
Mannheimer, J. Serenade, Zweite (D moll), fur Orchester. 

Op. 6. No. 2 in M.403.99 

Meyer-Helmund. S£r6nade burlesque ftir Orchester. Op. 

10. No. 3inM.4ii4i 

MoszKowsKL Serenata aus Opus 15. No. 3 in M.342.19 

Mozart. Cassationen [No. i, 2] und Serenaden [No. 1-12] 

fiir Orchester. Werke. Serie 9, Abtheilung i. M.315.1.9 
NApravnIk. Quatuor, ir, pour deux violons, alto et violon- 

celle. Op. 16. Serenade arrange pour I'orchestre. 

No. 2 in M.335.9 
Pappalardo. Serenata per flauto, darinetto, fagotto, 

chitarra, violino, viola e violoncello. Op. 3. 

No. 2 in M.358.17 
Reger, M. Serenade ftir Orchester. Op. 95. M411.24 

Rbitsch. Tauferer Serenade fur Orchester. Op. 25. 

No. 2 in M410.78 
Rubinstein. Deux s6r6nades russes: No. i, D moU; No. 2, 

A moll. Op. 93, Cah. 6. Fur Orchester bearbeitet von 

Karl Mtiller-Berghaus. No. i in M405.5I 

RuDORFF. Serenade fiir Orchester. Op. 20. No. i in M.346.25 

Serenade (No. 2, G-dur) fiir Orchester. Op. 21. 

No. 2 in M.40547 
ScHARWENKA, L. P. Serenade fur Orchester. Op. 19. 

No. I in ii.333.19 



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Serenades. For orchestra. (Continued.) 

Schumann, G. A. Eine Serenade fur grosses Orchester. 

Op. 34. No. I in il4za.zx 

Sbkles. Serenade fur 11 Soloinstrumente: Flote, Oboe, 

Klarinette, Horn, Fagott, 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncell, 

Kontrabass und Harfe. Op. 14. No. 2 in M.i36.a8 

Wiooi. S^r6nade pour orchestre. Op. 10. No. 2 in 11.358.13 

WiNDBRSTUN. Staudchen fur Orchester. Op. 11. 

No. 2 in ll.331.a3 
WoLP, H. Italienische Serenade ftir kleines Orchester. 

No. 3 in 11.40642 

WuBERST. Serenade fiir Orchester. Op. 55. No. 2 in M. 333.22 

Serenade!. For pianoforte with other instruments, 

HiLLBK, F. Serenade, fur Pianoforte, Violine & Violon- 

cell. 4tes Trio. Op. 64. lff.404.5x 

Serenade, Zweite, fur Pianoforte, Violine und Violon- 

cell. (6tes Trio.) Op. 186. No. 6 in il.2xz.3.3; etc. 

Louis, N. S^r^nade, pour piano. Op. 199 [No. 12]. 

No. 17 in il.390.26 

S^r6nade pour piano, hautbois et basson. Op. 127. 

No. 4 in lff.39ai4; etc. 
Mindblssohn-Bartholdy, J. L F. Serenade und Allegro 
giojoso fur das Pianoforte mit Orchester. 

No. I in M.346.12 

SzYMANowsKA. S^r^uade pour le pianoforte avec accomp. 

de violoncelle. No. 10 in M.azo.7; etc. 

WiooR. S6r6nade pour piano, flute, violon, violoncelle et 

harmonium. No. 6 in M.338.5 

Serenades. For strings, 

Bbbr, M. J. Abendmuftik (Serenade) fiir Streich-Orchester, 

2 Horner und Pauken. Op. 54. No. i in 11403.6 

Bbuczay. S6r^nade en r6 mineur pour instruments i 

cordes. Op. 36. No. 2 in il.358.a2 

DippB. Serenade fur Streichorchester. Op. 10. 

No. 4 in M.332.Z3 
DvoftAK. Serenade (£-dur) fur Streichorchester. Op. 22. 

No. 3 in il.332.z6 

FooTB. Serenade, in £ dur, fiir Streich-Orchester. Op. 

25. No. 2inM.333.zz 

FucHS, R. Serenade (D dur) fiir Streichorchester. Op. 9. 

No. I in il.346.zo 

Serenade (No. 2, C dur) fur Streichorchester. Op. 14. 

No. 2 in il.346.zo 

Serenade, No. 3 (E moll), fur Streichorchester. Op. 21. 

No. 3 in ll.346.zo 

Serenade. No. 4, fur Streichorchester und 2 Horner. 

Op. 51. No. I in 11403.39 

Gbblach, T. Eine Serenade. Sechs Satze fiir Streich- 
orchester. Op. 3. No. 2 in lff403.39 
Hbnschbl, G. Serenade. Marcia, Andante, Scherzo und 
Finale fur Streich-Orchester, in Canonform. Op. 23. 

No. 4 in il.346.zo 

HoPMANN, H. C. J. Serenade fiir Streichorchester und 

Flote, Oder Solo-Sextett. Op. 65. No. i in il.342.7 

Serenade fiir Streich-Orchester. Op. 72. 

No. 2 in il.342.7 

, Serenade, Zweite, fur Streichorchester. Op. 93. 

No. 2inii.405.zz 

Jaqubs-Dalcrozb. S^r^nade pour quatuor i cordes. Op. 

61. No. 2 in M4Z2a.6 

Jbnsbn, G. Landliche Serenade, fiir Streich-Orchester. 

Op. 37. No. 2 in M403.76 

Klbngbl. Serenade (in F dur) fiir Streichorchester. Op. 

24. No. I in M.342.Z0; etc. 

Major, J. J. Serenade fur Streichorchester. Op. 24. 

No. I in 11.403.99 
Rbinbckb, C. H. C. Serenade (G moll) fiir Streich-Or- 
chester. Op. 242. No. 2 in il.406.23 
Sandr£. Serenade fur Streichorchester. Op. 24. 

No. 3 in M.342.30 
Shitt. Serenade, D dur, fiir Streich-Orchester. Op. 6. 

No. 2 in M.342.38 

Straus. Serenade fiir Streichorchester, G moll. Allegro 

commodo — Scherzino— Andantino Walzer — Alia marcia. 

(Finale.) Op. 35. No. 2 in M.407.24 



Serenades. For strings, (Continued.) 
TcHAiKovsKi, P. I. S^r6nade pour orchestre i cordes. 
Op. 48. No. 2 in il.343.zo 

Thibriot. Serenade fur Streichorchester. Op. 44. 

No. 4 in 11^107.24 

VoLKMANN. Serenade (No. i, C-dur) fur Streich-Orchester. 

Op. 62. No. 6 in ii.346.zo 

Serenade (No. 2, F dur) fur Streich-Orchester. Op. 63. 

No. 7 in lI.346.zo 

Serenade (No. 3, D-moll) fiir Streich-Orchester. Op. 

69. No. 8 in il.346.zo 

WuBBRST. Unterm Balcon. Serenade fur Streichorchester 
mit obligatem Violoncello. Op. 78. No. 9 In il.352.5 

Serenade!. For violin and orchestra. 
Bruce. Serenade fiir Violine und Orchester. Op. 75. 

lff.404.73 
Sarasatb y Navascubs. Nocturne-S6r6nade pour violon 
avec accompagnement [d'or chest re]. Op. 45. 

No. 5 In 11405.55 
Serenades. For violin and pianoforte, 
Haydn, F. J. Serenade. Violin and piano. [Arranged by 
Henri Ernst. Full score and separate part for violin.] 

No. 25 in il.357.z2 

Jadin, L. £. S6r^nade concertante, Trolsi^me, pour piano 

et violon ou fliite obligee. No. 5 in icazas 

Louis, N. S^r^nade, ire, pour piano et violon, sur Les 

laveuses du convent de Grisar. Op. 43. No. i in lt.3ga5 

S^r6nade, 2e, pour piano [et] violon. Op. 48. 

No. 2 in lff.390.5 

Serenade, 3e, pour piano et violon, sur des motifs du 

Postilion de Lonjumeau, d'Adolphe Adam. Op. 49. 

No. 3 in it.390.5 

S6r^nade, 4e, pour piano et violon. Sur des motifs 

tires des Soirees de Rossini. Op. 51. No. 4 in il.390.5 

S6r^nade, 5e, pour piano & violon, sur les motifs de La 

sonnambula de Bellini. Op. 57. No. 5 in 11.390.5 
Serenade, 6e, pour piano et violon, sur les motifs de 



rop6ra La double 6chelle, de Thomas. Op. 59. 

No. 6 in 11.390.5 

— S^r^nade, 7e, pour piano et violon, sur des motifs du 
Fiddle berger, d'Ad. Adam. Op. 62, No. 7 in il.390.5 

— S6r6nade, 8e, pour piano et violon, sur des motifs du 
ballet: La chatte m6tamorphos6e en femme, de Mont- 
fort. Op. 63. No. 8 in lff.390.5 

— S6r6nade, 9e, pour piano et violon, sur des motifs de V 
op^ra Le brasseur de Preston, d'Adolphe Adam. Op. 
72. No. 9 In il.390.5 

S6r^nade, loe, pour piano et violon, sur des motifs de 1' 



op^ra Lucie de Lammermoor, de Donizetti. Op. 79. 

■ No. 10 in il.390.5 

— S^r^nade, i le, pour piano et violon sur des motifs de I' 
op^ra Le sh^rif, de F. Hal^vy. Op. 85. No. 11 in lff.390.5 

— Serenade, I2e, pour piano et violon, sur Top^ra Lucrezia 
Borgia de Donizetti. Op. 95. No. 12 In lt.390.5 

— Serenade, I3e, sur Top^ra Le puits d'amour de Balfe, 
pour piano et violon. (3p. 141. No. i in lE.390.a2 

S6r6nade, i4e, sur des motifs favoris de Mll« L. Puget, 



pour piano et violon. Op. 147. No. 14 in M.39az8; etc 

— S6r^nade [i5e] pour piano et violon sur les motifs de 
La part du diable de D. F. £. Auber. Op. 135. 

No. 3 in lff.39aa2 

— S^r^nade, i6e, pour piano et violon, sur des motifs de 
La Sir^ne d'Auber. Op. 150. No. 19 in il.2zo.3; etc 

— S^r6nade, i7e, pour piano et violon sur des motifs de 
Cagliostro, opera d'A. Adam. Op. 151. No. 5 In il.390.a2 

— S^r6nade, i8e, pour piano et violon sur des motifs de 
Guillaume Tell de Rossini. Op. 159. No. 6 in lff.390.22 

S^r^nade, I9e, sur Top^ra d'Hal^vy: Les mousquetaires 



de la reine, pour piano et violon. Op. 165. 

No. 7 in il.390.9a 

— Serenade, 2oe, sur des motifs de son op^ra: Marie- 
Th^r^se, pour piano et violon. Op. 168. No. 8 in M.390.22 

— Serenade, 21 e, sur Topera: Ne touchez pas 4 la reine. 



de X. Boisselot, pour piano et violon. Op. 173. 

No. 9 In lff.39a2a 



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Serenadet. For inoHn and pianoforte. (Continued.) 

S^r^nade, 23e, sur I'op^ra: Gille ravisseur d' Albert 

Grisar, pour piano et violon. Op. 176. No. 10 in il.390.9a 

S^r^nade, 33e» pour piano et violon, sur des motifs du 

Val d'Andorre, op^ra comique de F. Hal6vy. Op. 178. 

No. II inil.390.aa 

S^r6nade, 34e, sur La Cenerentola de Rossini, pour 

piano et violon. Op. 180. No. 12 in il.390.aa 

S^r6nade sur des motifs de Si j'6tais roi. d'Ad. Adam, 

pour piano et violon. Op. 232. No. 8 in il.390.35 

S6r6nade sur Giralda d'Ad. Adam» pour piano et violon. 

Op. 201. No. 8 in M.39o.a8 

S^r^nade sur Jenny Bell, op^ra de Auber, pour piano et 

violon. Op. 254. No. i in M.390.36 

Plsybl» C. S^r^nade pour piano-forte & violon obltg^ 

Op. 15. No. 19 in ii.aio4; etc 

TiT^L. Serenade. Violin and piano. [Arranged by Henri 

Ernst.] No. 15 in il.357.1a 

Serenades. For wind instruments, 

Jadassohn. Serenade. Fur Blasorchester. Op. 104c. 

No. I in ii.3344 

Lampi, W. Serenade ftir funfzehn Blasinstrumente: 2 

Floten, 2 Oboen, Englisch Horn, 2 Clarinetten, Bass- 

clarinette, 4 Horner, 2 Fagotte und Contrafagott. Op. 7. 

No. 2 in il407.x7 
MozAKT. Zwei Serenaden ftir 2 Oboen, 2 Clarinetten, 2 
Homer und 2 Fagotte. No. 2, 3 in il.347.1a 

Stiauss, R. Serenade (Es-dur, Andante) ftir 2 Floten, 
Oboen, Clarinetten, 4 Horner, 2 Fagotte und Contra- 
fagott Oder Basstuba. Op. 7. No. i in ii.335.x5 
ZoPFF. Zwet Idyllen fur kleines Orchester. 2: Serenade 
fur Blasinstrumente. Op. 35. No. 6 in ^405.63 
Sereaadea. Criticism. 
KMoaa, I. Johannes Brahms, Serenade fur grosses Or- 
chester (D-dur, Op. 11). Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. 
[ 1898.] No. 16 in ll.ai7.ia.6 

Johannes Brahms, Serenade fur kleines Orchester. 

Op. 16. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1895.] 

No. 16 in ii.ai7.ia.z 

Peter Tschaikowsky, Serenade fur Streichorchester, 

Op. 48. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1895.] 

No. 17 in ii.ai7.xa.i 
Sbgnitz, E. W. a Mozart, Blaser-Serenaden: Nr. 10 in 
B dur, Nr. 11 in Es dur. Erlautert Berlin. [1904.] 

No. II in M.9Z7.xa.io 
Serenata. Cantaia. For the Music see Stradella, A. 
Sereaata. For orchestra. Moszkowski. 
Serenata, La. Duet. 
BoKTOUNi, G. Amori veneziani. 
Rossini. Soir6es musicales. 
Serenata, La. Song. Gugueimi, P. 
Serenata, La, del marinaro. Song. 

italiennes. 
SerenatOB, Vocal. See Cantataa. 
Serene and mild. Glee. Wkbbb, S. 
SerendH Honorati, LuigL 
Fiorina, o la fanciulla di Claris. Melodramma semiseria 
[sic]. Posto in musica da Carlo Pedrotti. ^.369.3 

Serene, El. Song. YaAOiaa. No. 22 in ii.391.57 

Sergeant Bme. Opera. For the Music see Bedford. For 

the LiBaKTTo see Davia, J. 
Sergeant Kitty. Opera. For the Music see Sloane. For the 

LiBEBTTo see Bnmside. 
Sergennoia, J., translator. 
Balakirev, M. a. Recueil de chants populaires russes. 

il.384.64 
Sergent, E. 

Ave Regina. Motet i voix igales. [Accomp. d'orguc.] 

(In Chapelle, La. Vol. i, pp. 59, 60.) No. 10 in il.30x.33 

Tantum ergo. Motet [t. t. p. Accomp. d'orgue]. (In 

Chapelle, La. Vol. i, pp. 63, 64.) No. 10 in if.a01.33 

Sergent Larose, Le. Opera. For the Music see Durand de 

Pontmagne. For the LiBasTTo see Labor. 
Sergy, E., pseud. See Koenig, No^mie. 



No. 3 in il.343.19 

No. I in ii.39044 

No. II inil.a8o45 

No. 2 in M.364.Z0 

Mercadantb. Soir6es 

M.367.10 

No. 5 in lff.2354^1 



SMeyx, Auguste. 
Sonate en sol, violon et piano. [Partition et partie de 

violon.] Op. 7. Paris. Demets. 1904. No.2iniL4iiJ 
Sering, Friedrich Wilhelm. 

Der Konigssieg bei Koniggratz, 3t« Juli 1866. Gedicht 

von Georg Hesekiel. Componirt ftir Mannerchor und 

Pianoforte von Fried. Wilh. Sering. Op. 46. Berlin. 

Bote & Bock. [1865?] No. 15 in il.3ia.z6 

Serini, Giuseppe. 
O fallaces honores. Recitativo [and aria, s. or t. Accomp. 

for pianoforte]. (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. 

Vol. 5, pp. 88-91.) No. 15 in ii.390.a9.5 

Sum in medio tempestatum. Aria [s. or t. Accomp. for 

pianoforte]. (In Latrobe. Selection of sacred music. 

Vol. 6, pp. ^13.) No. 2 in ]i.39o.a9.6 

Sermens d'amour. Song. Hoetense, Queen of Holland. Ro- 
mances. ii.32z.a7 
Serment. Part-song. Danican. ]i.38az4 
Serment, Le. Opera. For the Music see Auber. For the 

Libretto see Scribe. 
Serment, Le. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 3. 

11.3374.3 
Serment, Le, de Madame Gr^goire. Opera. For the Music 

see Planquette. For the Libretto see PMcaud. 
Serment, Le, ou les faux monnoyeurs. Opera. For the 

Music see Auber. For the Libretto see Scribe. 
Serment r^publicain. Part-song. GossEC lL38az4 

Sermenta envol^s. Song. TAaafi. No. 26 in 11.391.38.3 

Sermet, Julien. 
Unecabotine. Parts. L^vy. 1886. [Biblioth^que modeme.] 

il.z37.z8 
Serpent i plumes, Le. Opera. For the Music see DeUbea. 

For the Libretto see No^ 
Serpenthien, Claudius. 
Bodderhorn sett dil Ftir vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 3. 
Hamburg. Thiemer. [188-?] No. 27 in il.393.35 

Serpette, Gaston. See Serpette, Henri Charles Antoine 

Gaston. 

Serpette, Henri Charles Antoine Gaston. 

Adam et £ve. Op^rette fantastique en 3 actes. Paroles 

de MM. Ernest Blum & Raoul Tochd. Musique de 

Gaston Serpette. [Partition chant et piano. Paris. 

Heugel. 1886.] No. i in ii.3a3.35 

La bonne de chez Duval. Op^rette-vaudeville en 3 actes. 

Paroles de H. Raymond et A. Mars. Musique de Gaston 

Serpette. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Durdilly. 

1892. No. I in 11.333.30 

La branche cass6e. Op^ra-bouffe en 3 actes. Paroles de 

MM. A. Jaime et J. Noriac [pseud.]. Musique de Gaston 

Serpette. Partition chant et piano. Paris. L'union 

musicale. [1874.] ll.333.36 

Le Capitole. Op6ra-comique en trois actes et quatre 

tableaux de Paul Ferrier et Charles Clairville. Musique 

de Gaston Serpette. Partition chant et piano. Paris. 

Choudens. 1896. ii.346.z4 

Le camet du Diable. Pi^ce fantastique en 3 actes et 8 

tableaux de Ernest Blum & Paul Ferrier. Musique de 

Gaston Serpette. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. 

Choudens. 1895. Ii.346.z5 

Cendrillonnette. Op^rette en 4 actes. Paroles de Paul 

Ferrier. Musique de Gaston Serpette & Victor Roger. 

Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. [1890.] 

No. I in ii.3a3.z8 
Le chateau de Tire-Larigot. Op^rette fantastique en 3 
actes et 10 tableaux. Paroles de MM. Ernest Blum et 
Raoul Toch^. Musique de Gaston Serpette. Partition 
chant et piano. Paris. Gerard. 1884. lff.333.34 

Cousin-cousine. Op^rette en 3 actes de Maurice Ordon- 
neau & Henri K^roul. Musique de Gaston Serpette. 
Partition chant & piano. Paris. Choudens. 1894. 

No. I in ii.333.z7 
La demoiselle du t616phone. Com6die-op6rette en 3 actes. 
Paroles de Antony Mars & Maurice Desvalli^res. Mu- 
sique de Gaston Serpette. Partition chant et piano. 
Paris. Choudens. [1891.] No. 2 in il.333.z8 



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Serpette, Henri Charles Antoine Gaston. (Continued.) 

Same. The telephone girl. By F. C. Burnand, Arthur 
Sturgess, and Sir Augustus Harris. Music by Gaston 
Serpette, and J. M. Glover. Vocal score. London. 
Ascherberg. [ 1896.] No. 3 in if .389.43 

La dot de Brigitte. Op6rette en trois actes de Paul 
Ferrier et Antony Mars. Musique de Gaston Serpette 
et Victor Roger. Partition chant et piano. Paris. 
Choudens. 1895. il.a46.x6 

Fanfreluche. Op^ra comique en 3 actes, de Gaston Hirsch, 
St. Arroman & Burani [pseud.]. Musique de G. Ser- 
pette. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 
[1883.] No. I in il.3aa.aa 

Same. Fanchonette. An opera bouffe in 3 acts. Com- 
posed by G. Serpette. Adapted from the French [of 
Gaston Hirsch, St. Arroman, and P. U. Roucoux] by 
Oscar Weil. [Vocal score.] Boston. Blair & Lydon. 
1885. if.3aa.ax 

La gamine de Paris. Op^ra-comique en 3 actes de Leter- 
rier & Vanloo. Musique de G. Serpette. Partition chant 
& piano. Paris. Choudens. [1887.] No. 2 in il.3aa.30 

Insomnie. Monologue. Paroles de F61ix Henry. Musique 
de Gaston Serpette. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. 
Brandus & cie. [189-?] No. i in il.3aa.30 

La Lyc^enne. Vaudeville-op^rette en 3 actes de Georges 
Feydeau. Musique de G. Serpette. Partition chant et 
piano. Paris. Choudens. [ 1888.] No. 2 in M.3aa.a5 

Madame le Diable. Feerie-op^rette en 4 actes. Paroles 
de H. Meilhac & A. Mortier [pseud.]. Musique de Gas- 
ton Serpette. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Enoch. 
[1882.] il.3aa.x9 

Le manoir de Pictordu. Op^rette en 3 actes de M'* S* 
Albin & A. Mortier [pseud.]. Musique de G. Serpette. 
Partition chant & piano. Paris. Choudens. [1875.] 

il.3aa.a8 

Me-na-ka. L^gende japonaise en i acte. Paroles de Paul 
Ferrier. Musique de Gaston Serpette. Partition chant 
et piano. Paris. Durdilly. 1892. No. 2 inll.3aa.a0 

Le moulin du Vert-Galant. Op^ra comique en 3 actes de 
M>^ E. Grang6 et V. Bernard. Musique de G. Serpette. 
Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. [1876.] 

il.3aa.a9 

Le petit chaperon rouge. Operette en 3 actes et 4 tableaux 
de Blum et Toch6. Musique de G. Serpette. Partition 
chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. [1885.] 

No. I in M.3aa.a7 

La petite muette. Op6ra comique en 3 actes de Paul 
Ferrier. Musique de Gaston Serpette. Partition chant 
& piano. Paris. Mackar. [1877.] il.3aa.a3 

La princesse. Com6die-op^rette en i acte de Raoul Toch6. 
Musique de Gaston Serpette. Partition-livret. Poeme, 
chant et piano. Paris. Hartmann. [1882.] 

No. I in M.355.13 

Le royaume des femmes. Operette i grand spectacle en 
3 actes et 6 tableaux de MM. Ernest Blum et Paul 
Ferrier, d'apr^s Cogniard et Raoul Toch£. Musique de 
Gaston Serpette. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. 
Dupont. 1896. lf.395.60 

Shakspearel Op6rette-bouffe en 3 actes de Paul Gavault 
& P.-L. Flers [pseud.]. Musique de Gaston Serpette. 
Partition piano et chant. Paris. Heugel & cK 1899. 

lf.399.58 

Le songe d'une nuit d'^t^. Operette en i acte. Paroles 
d'£douard Noel. Musique de Gaston Serpette. Par- 
tition chant et piano. Paris. Brandus & cie. [1886.] 

No. 2 in M.3aa.a7 

Tige-de-Lotus. Operette en i acte. Paroles de R. Toch6. 
Musique de G. Serpette. Partition chant & piano. Paris. 
Brandus & cie. [1883.] No. 2 in if.3aa.aa 

The telephone girl. See his La demoiselle du t^Uphone. 

Le voyage de noce ou I'auberge de Windsor, de Georges 
Durand. Pantomime. Musique de Gaston Serpette. 
[Partition pour piano.] Paris. Enoch. [1883?] 

No. 2 in M.3aa.x7 



Serrano y Ruia, Emilio. 

Mitrtdate. Dramma lirico in tre atti di D. Mariano Cap- 

depon. Musica del Maestro Emilio Serrano y Ruiz. 

[Traduzione ritmica dallo ^pagnole per Ernesto Palermi. 

Accomp. di piano.] Milano. Lucca. [1885?] il.399.59 

Serrao, Paolo. 

La duchessa di Guisa. Melodramma in 4 atti di F. M. 

Piave. Musica di P. Serrao. Riduzione con accomp. di 

pianoforte. Milano. Lucca. [1867.] il.a74.a3 

Serrf, Jean Adam. 

Essais sur les principes de I'harmonie. Paris. Prault. 

1753. No. 2 in il.147.x9 

Serret, Ernest. 

Clemence Og^: histoire d'une maitresse de chant. Paris. 

Hachette & cie. 1861. ll.x09.x9 

Serrier, P. 

O Salutaris. Motet i votx ^gales. [Accomp. d'orgue.] 

(In Chapelle, La. Vol. i, pp. 57, 58.) No. 10 in M.90X.33 

Tan turn ergo [s. s. T. b. Accomp. d'orgue]. Paris. [Heugel. 

186-?] No. 26 in M .aox.34 

Semirier, Le. Opera, For the Music see Kohaut. For the 

Libretto see Qu^lant 
Serae. Opera, For the Music see HandeL Werke. Liefe- 

rung 92. 

Sexta, Gaetano. 

La Zenobia di Palmira. [Opera] del Sig. D. Giovanni 

Paisiello. M.sx.xa 

Serva, La, e I'ussero. Opera. For the Music see Rlcci» L. 

Serva bizzarra, La. Opera. For the Music see Guglieliniy 

P. C. 
Serva noa, Domine. 

Reissigek. 15 Graduates. No. 3 in ll.x58.a7 

Serva padrona, La. Opera. For the Music see Paiaiello, 

For the Libretto see Nelll. 
Servais, Adrien Frangois. 
Caprice sur des motifs de I'op^ra Le Comte Ory pour le 
violoncelle, avec accomp. d'un second violoncelle oblig^ 
ou de piano. Op. 3. [Piano et violoncelle principal.] 
May ence. Schott. [ 1845 ?] No. 10 in il.axo.6 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle principal et second.] 

No. 18, 19 in if.axaxa 
Heureux qui de la sagesse. Cantique [s. ou T.] avec ac- 
comp. de violoncelle oblig^. Portrait. Facsimile. (In 
Album du Gaulois. Vol. 2.) No. 22 in lf.39x«a8.a 

Servaia, Frangois Matthieu. 
L'Appollonide (Ion). Drame musical en 3 actes et 5 ta- 
bleaux d'apr^s Leconte de Lisle. Musique de Franz 
Servais. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 
1899. li.393.54 

Servante, La, de Ramponneau. Opera. For the Music see 

Carman, M. For the Libretto see Rodembourg. 
Servante maitresse. La. Opera. For the Music see Per- 

goleaL For the Libretto see Nelli. 
Serve bone. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band x. 

ilAi4oa.67.x 
Serve the Lord with gladness. Anthem. Caldara. 

No. 20 in lf.a90.33 
Service, Un, d'ami. Opera. For the Music see Hocmelle. 

For the Libretto see Sabatier. 
Service of song. Psalmody. Leavens, B. F., compiler, lLa90.35 
Servier, Madame Henry. 
The evening bells. (Les cloches du soir.) Air anglais 
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Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 17 in lf.axo.xo 
Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 18 in lf.axo.xo 
Serviirea, Georges. 

La musique fran^aise moderne. ae Edition. Paris. Havard. 
1897. Portraits. lf.37040 

CoHitnis. — C^aar Franck. — ttdouard Lalo. — Jules If awenct. — 
Ernett Reyer. — Camille Saint-Saent. 

Richard Wagner jug6 en France. Paris. Librairie illustr^e. 

[1887.] Portrait. H.xa7.47 

Servo padrone, II. Opera. For the Music see PavetL 



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Seua, Carlo. 
Ave Maria, per 8. a t. [Accomp. di organo.] Mitano. 
Ricordi. [1875?] No. 6 in 11.901.36 

Set up Thyself, O God. Anthem, Mozakt, J. C. W. A 

No. 7 in 11.336.30.4 
Scttimio. Opera, For the Libbitto see QilardonL 
Setse mir nicht, du Grobian. S<mg. Schumann, R. A 
Myrthen. Heft i. No. 3 in 11.244.15.1 

Seubcrlichy 

Der Konig von Thule. [Mannerchor.] (/n Regensburger 
Liederkranz. Pp. 167, 168.) No. 67 in ll.x99a.44 

Seuberlich, Rudolf. 
Der Prinz wider Willen. Oper. Musik von Otto Lohse. 

M.39MX 
Seufser. S&ng. ScHurasT, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 2. 

II.3X7.X.90.9 
Seufser eines Ungeliebten. Song. 
Bkbthovbn. Werke. Serie 93. 114X3.X.93 

GauBEft, G. W. Gottfried August Btirgers Gedichte. Vol. 2. 

No. I in 1I.X304^9 
Seull Song. 
Gounod. Vingt melodies. ler recueil. No. 2 in 11.157.36.x 
Mbybbbbbb. 40 melodies. No. i in ll.x57.38 

Seuls confidents de mes peines. Sang. Campba. 

No. 15 in 11.356.x X 
Se nn vcro amante. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Vocal har- 
monist's magazine. Vol. i, p. 72.) No. 4 in lff.990.5 
Seurat, E. 
Oh I c' Paladin. Bouffonnerie musicale. Paroles de E. 
Seurat et J. Valdy. Musique de Georges Douay. 

No. 4 in it.3014 
Seven last words, The, from the Cross. Passion music. 
Gounod. No. 12 in Ii.x57.3x 

Seven sisters, The. Part-song. Rhbinbbbgbb, J. G. 

No. 91 in 11.399.99 
Seven words from the Cross. See Seven last words from the 

Cross. 
Seventh day, The. Cantata. For the Music see Bishop, 

H. R. For the Libbbtto see Milton. 
Severn, Thomas Henry. 
The spirit of the shell. Serenata. The poetry by Francis 
Wyman. Composed by Thomas Henry Severn. [Ac- 
comp. for piano.] London. Addison &, Hodson. [185-?] 

No. 2 in li.39x.53 
Sevilliana. BaUet music. HABToa No. 2 in Ii.348.x3 

S^vin, Julien. 

Th^orie musicale appliquee i Tenseignement simultan^. 
Nantes. L'auteur. 1841. No. 6 in 11.906.9 

Sewell, Arthur. 
The Lord is my Shepherd, Psalm xxm. (Bible version). 
[Accomp. for organ and pianoforte.] London. Novello, 
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Sewell, John. 
Break forth into joy. Full anthem for Christmas. [Ac- 
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No. 17 in II.X90.7 

This is the day. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 

Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. i, pp. 110-113.) 

No. 13 in 11.195.9.X 
Sewrin, Charles Augustin. 

Emmeline, ou la famille Suisse. Op^ra-comique. Musique 

de Weigl. 11.994^91 

La fete du village voisin. Op^ra comique. [Musique] par 

A Boieldieu. ll.97x.34 

L'h^ritier de Paimpol. Op^ra comique. Mis en musique 

par N. Charles Bochsa. M.97X.96 

L'homme sans fa^on. Op6ra comique. Musique de R. 

Kreutzer. ll.953.18 

Jadis et aujourd'hui. Op^ra bouffon. Musique de R. 

Kreutzer. M.953.X9 

Sextaors. Instrumental. See Chamber music. Sextets. 
Seydelmann, Franz. 
Arsene. Singspiel nach Favart, von A. G. Meissner. In 

Musik gesetzt und in Klavierauszug gebracht von Franz 

Seydelmann. Leipzig. Breitkopf. 1779. II.X5X.6 



Seydelmann, Franz. (Continued.) 

Missa solennis a trombi et tympani, corni, obot, violint, 
viole, quatuor vocibus et basso. Manuscript. [180-?] 

No. 9 in 11.999^ 
Seyffardt, Ernst Hermann. 

Aus Deutschland's grosser Zeit. Dichtung von Adolf 
Kiepert. Konzert-Kantate in 3 Teilen. Ftir 4 Solo- 
stimmen, gemischten Chor, Mannerchor und Orchester 
componirt von Ernst H. Seyffardt. Op. 25. Clavier- 
Auszug. Diisseldorf. Metzger. 1895. ^'d9M9 

Seyfferth, Wilhelm. 

Der Trinker. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die deutsche 
Liedertafel. P. 34.) No. 32 in 11.9134^ 

Zechers gute Nacht. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 42, 43.) No. 36 in 11.913.9 

Seyfried, Ferdinand, Ritter von. 

Ruckschau in das Theaterleben Wiens, seit den letzten 
ftinfzig Jahren. Wien. 1864. 11473.4X 

Seylried, Ferdinand, Ritter von, translator. 

Balfb. Die vier Haimonskinder. IL930.6 

Seyfried, Ignatz Xaver, Ritter von. 

Ah I with me. See his Deh con me. 

Calm eyes of beauty. See his Luci sereni. 

Che bel contento. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band i, 
PP- 49f 50.) No. 34 in ll.X99a43.i 

Deh con me non vi sdegnate. [Mannerchor.] (In Or- 
pheus. Band 4, pp. 11, 12.) No. 122 in ll.X99a434 

Same. Ah I with me (Deh con me). Part-song for t. t. 
B. B. (In The Orpheus. New series. Vol. 3, pp. 109- 
1 14-) No. 27 in Ii.905.1a3 

Faust. Eine dramatische Legende [in 5 Acten] von Aug. 
Klingmann. Musick von Ig. Ritter von Seyfried. [Par- 
titur.] Manuscript. [Vienna. 1820?] Iff.x5x.7 

Gloria (i 4 voix). [Accomp. d'orgue.] (In Dietsch. Re- 
pertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 160-170.) 

No. 35 in 11.960.90 

Das Glfick der Liebe. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die 
deutsche Liedertafel. Pp. 38, 39.) No. 34 in 11.9x3.9 

-Das lebendige Weinmass. Ein Lustspiel und comisches 
Melodrama in 3 Aufzugen von Mathaeus Stegmayer. 
Fur das Piano-Forte eingerichtet von I. R. von Sey- 
fried. Wien. K. k. Hof-Theater-Musik Verlag. [181-?] 

No. I in ll.340.xo 

Luci sereni abbiate pur pieta. [Mannerchor.] (In Or- 
pheus. Band 2, pp. 7, 8.) No. 47 in M.X99a.43.9 

Same. Calm eyes of beauty (Luci sereni). Part song for 
T. T. & B. or s. A. T. B. (In The Orpheus. New series. 
Vol. 3, pp. 147-149.) No. 35 in 11.905.X0.3 

Missa fur Singstimmen im Chor mit Begleitung des 
ganzen Orchesters. No. 3. Partitur. Leipzig. Hof- 
meister. [ 183-?] No. 2 in ll.999.4x 

Mozart, der Operncomponist. [Mainz. 1833.] 

No. 4 in 11.37940 

Music. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In Orpheus glee book. 
Pp. 46-48.) No. 26 in 11.946.36 

Die Ochsenmenuett. Singspiel in einem Akt. Nach 
Haydn's Compositionen arrangirt von Seyfried. Voll- 
stsendiger Klavierauszug. Berlin. Trautwein. [182-?] 

No. 2 in li.35a6 

Piano vien amore. [Mannerchor.] Breslau. Cranz. [188-?] 
Also to be found in Oiphent. ^o. 28 in II.399.95 

Sanctus et Benedictus. Soli et choeur. [Accomp. d'orgue.] 
(In Dietsch. Repertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 70- 
78.) No. 15 in lff.96o.90 

Saul, Konig in Israel. Ein Melodram in 3 Acten. [Nach 
dem Franzosischen des Caigniez.] In Musik gesetzt von 
J. R. von Seyfried. Im Klavierauszug. Wien. [1810.] 

No. 2 in ll.340.xo 

Softly, softly. Part-song for T. T. & & (In The Orpheus. 
New series. Vol. 3, pp. 29-33.) N0.8 in ll.905.1a3 

Seyfried, Ignatz Xaver, Ritter von, editor. 

Albbbchtsbbrgeb, J. G. Methods of harmony, figured 
base and composition. London. [1834.] 2 v. Iff.i35.x 
Sejrmour, Mary Alice Ives. 

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Seymour, Mary Alice Ives. (Continued,) 

Hensel [pseud.]. Boston. Ditson & Co. 1870. M.xo9a.z6 

The Rheingold trilogy. A guide through the trilogy of 

Richard Wagner. By Octavia Hensel [pseud.]. Boston. 

Ditson & Co. 1884. No. 6 in M.370.71 

Sgambati, Giovanni. 

Concerto pour piano et orchestre. Op. 15. Partition. 

Mayence. Schott. [1880?] No. a in M.343.37 

Gavotta, instrumenUta da Luigi Mancinelli. [Partitura.] 

Firenze. Guidi. 1882. (Biblioteca del sinfonista.] 

No. 4 in il.355.x3 

Messa da requiem. A coro misto, baritono e orchestra. 

[Op. 38.] Partitura d'orchestra. Mayence. Schott. 1908. 

il4xz.9i 
Quartett, Cis-moll, ftir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncell. 
Op. 17. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Eulenburg. [189-? 
Payne's Kleine Partitur-Ausgabe.] No. 2 in M.4X2a.8 

Quartetto per 2 violini, viola e violoncello. Op. 17. Par- 
titura. Mayence. Schott. [1886?] No. 2 in M.334.X4 
Quintuor pour piano, deux violons, alto et violoncelle. 
Op. 4. Partition. Mayence. Schott. [187*?] 

No. 2 in 11^x083 
[Quintuor, 2e, pour piano, deux violons, alto et violon- 
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No. I in M^xoJs 

The title-pftge it lacking snd 4he firft page it in manntcript. 

Sinfonia in re, per grande orchestra. Op. 16. [Partitura.] 

Mayence. Schott. [1881.] No. i in M.342.37 

"Te Deum laudamus." Andante solenne per orchestra e 

organo. Op. 28. Partitura d'orchestra e organo (ad. lib.), 

Mayence. Schott. 1908. No. 3 in il.x36.a8 

Sgombra i miei dubbi. Cavatina. Mbrcadantb. 

No. 54 in M^35.x8.3 
Shades, The, of night are flying. Part-sang. Spohb. 

No. 13 in 11.204.36.3 
Shadow, A. Part-song. Blumbnthau 6 part-songs. 

No. 2 in M.X58.a3 
Shakespeare, William. Antony and Cleopatra. 
Bishop, H. R. Epicedium in Shakspear's play of Antony 
and Cleopatra. Composed and arranged for 4 voices, 
with accomp. for the pianoforte. No. i in M.3ao.xa 

Rubinstein, A. G. Ouverture de la trag6die „Antonius 
et C16opatre" de Shakespeare, pour orchestre. Op. 116. 
Partition. No. 3 in ii.34a.29 

Sayn- Wittgenstein- Bbrlbburg, F. E. [Antonius und Cleo- 
patra. Grosse Oper. Musik von F. E. Wittgenstein. 
Text von S. H. Mosenthal. Partitur.] ^40047; etc. 

Shakespeare, William. As you like it. 
Bishop, H. R. The whole of the music in As you like it. 
Added the 3 songs composed for the play by Dr. Arne. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] 11.39x.a 

Shakespeare, William. Comedy of errors. 

Bishop, H. R. Comedy of errors. The overture, songs, 
2 duets, & glees in Shakspeare's Comedy of errors. The 
music compressed for the voice and piano forte. 

No. 2 in M.a7x.x7 

LoRENz, C. A. Irrungen. Oper. Nach Shakspeare's Komodie 

der Irrungen bearbeitet und in Musik gesetzt. Clavier- 

auszug. M.3o6.a7 

Shakespeare, William. Coriolanus. 

Graun, C. H. [Coriolano. Opera seria. Parole di Villati. 

Musica di C. H. Graun. Per canto.] M.a82.x5 

Lux, F. Coriolan. Dramatische Scene von Jos. Laufs. 

Fur Mannerchor, Soli und Orchester in Musik gesetzt von 

Friedrich Lux. Op. 70. [Klavierauszug.] No. 2 in M.ao3.i7 

Mackenzie, A. C. Suite dramatique (Coriolanus) pour 

orchestre. M.406.X9 

Shakespeare, William. Cymbeline. 

MissA. Dinah. Com^die lyrique d'apr^s Shakespeare, par 
Michel Carr^ & Paul de Choudens. Musique de Edmond 
Missa. No. 2 in ii.a57.x6 

Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. 

BuzzoiXA, A. Amleto. Tragedia lirica di Giovanni 
Peruzzini. Posta in musica da Antonio Buzzolla. Con 
accomp. di pianoforte. il.fl30.34 



Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. (Continued.) 
Gade. Hamlet. Concert-Ouverture fur Orchester. Op. 

$7. Partitur. No. 3 in il.34545 

Henscrel, G. The music to Shakespeare's Hamlet. Op. 

52. Deutsche Ubersetzung von Schlegel. Full score. 

11.403.69 
HiGNARD. Hamlet. Trag6die lyrique en 5 actes et 9 ta- 
bleaux traduites de Shakspeare. Par Pierre de Garal. 
Musique de A. Hignard. Partition piano et chant. 

il.366.x3 
Joachim. Ouverture zu Hamlet. Partitur. No. 2 in M.35a.x 
Liszt. Hamlet. Symphonische Dichtung. Partitur. 

No. 3 in M.344.7 

MacDowell. Hamlet. Ophelia. Zwei Gedichte fiir 

grosses Orchester. Op. 22. Partitur. No. i in il.334.xo 

Nicholl. Hamlet. Seelenstudie fur grosses Orchester. 

Op. 14. Partitur. No. 5 in il.342.ax 

Tanieev, a. S. „Hamlet." Ouverture pour grand orchestre. 

Op. 31. Partition. il^xx.xs 

TcHAiKovsKi, P. I. Hamlet. Phantasie-Ouverture fur 

grosses Orchester. Op. 67. Partitur. No. 2 in 11.343.x 

Hamlet von W. Shakespeare. Ouverture, Melodramen, 

Marsche und Entre' actes fur kleines Orchester. Op. 

67B. Partitur. 11.356.32 

Thomas, C. L. A. Hamlet Op6ra. Paroles de Michel 

Carr6 et Jules Barbier. Musique de Ambroise Thomas. 

Partition piano et chant. M.3fl7.x5 

Shakespeare, William. Henry VUI. 

Sullivan, A. S. Shakspeare's "Henry VI 1 1." Incidental 

music. [Pianoforte score.] No. 3 hi il.333.37 

Shakespeare, William. Julius Caesar. 

BuELOw. Ouverture et marche des Imp^riaux de la 
trag^die de Jules C^sar de Shakespeare, pour grand or- 
chestre. Op. 10. Partition. No. i, 2 in li.355.x7 
Schumann, R. A. Ouverture zu Shakspeare's Julius 
Casar. Op. 128. Partitur. No. 4 in il.353.x4 
Shakespeare, William. King Lear. 
Balakirev. Ouverture fiir Orchester zu W. Shakespeare's 
Tragodie „Konig Lear." Partitur. No. 2 in il.406.68 
Bazzini. Re Lear. Overtura. Partitura. No. 2 in M.355.X 
Berlioz, L. H. Grande ouverture du Roi Lear. Partition. 

No. 2 in lff.34x.x9 

Heidingsfeld, L. Konig Lear. Dramatische Sinfonie in 3 

Satzeri. Op. 8. Partitur. No. 2 in M.342.5 

Litolpp. Konig Lear. Oper nach Shakespeare und Holin- 

shed. Ouverture. Partitur. No. 2 in ii.4xo.7x 

Weingartner, P. F. Konig Lear. Symphonische Dichtung 

fur grosses Orchester. Op. 20. Partitur. 

No. I in il404.33 
Shakespeare, William. Love's labour's lost. 
CusiNS. Two concert overtures: i. "Les travailleurs de la 



f» 



mer" (after Victor Hugo). 2. "Love's labour's lost 
(after Shakespeare). [Full score.] No. 2, 3 in M.333J 
Shakespeare, William. Maibeth. 

Bruell. Ouverture zu Macbeth fur grosses Orchester. 
Op. 46. Partitur. No. i in M.336.a 

Chelard. Macbeth. Heroische Oper. Dichtung frey nach 
Shakspear. Clavier-Auszug. il.a30L4X 

Heinefbtter. Ouverture zu Macbeth, Tragoedie von 
Shakespeare, componirt ftir grosses Orchester. Op. 13. 
Partitur. No. 4 in il.344.32 

Kellby, £. S. The music to Macbeth. Arranged [for 
pianoforte] for concert performance by Wm. H. Sher- 
wood. No. 4 in il.380.xo 

PiERSON. Macbeth (von Shakespeare). Sinfonische Dich- 
tung fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 54. Partitur. 

No. 2 in lt.348.9 

PuRCELL, H. Locke's music for Macbeth. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] No. 6 in M.X54.X6 

The original songs, airs & choruses introduced in the 

tragedy of Macbeth. [Vocal score with orchestral ac- 
comp.] No. 4 in M.38a6 

Rafp. Macbeth. [ Orchester- Vorspiel. Nachgelassenes 
Werk, revidirt von £. A. MacDowell.] Partitur. 

No. 3 in lff.34743 



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Shakespeare, William. Macbeth. (Canttmad.) 
Stiauss, R. Macbeth. Tondichtung fur grosses Or- 
Chester (nach Shakespeare's Drama). Op. 23. Partitur. 



Taubbbt, C. G. W. Macbeth. Oper nach Shakespeare 
▼on F. Eggers. Mnsik von Wilhelm Taubert [Klavier- 
ausrag.] Ii.s84.x1 

TcHEa£pNiM, N. N. Seine dans la caveme des sorciires 
(IVme acte, seine i^*) de la tragidie „Macbeth" poor 
grand orchestre. Op. la. Partition d'orchestre. 

11.406.59 
VnDi. Macbeth. Opera seria [di S. Cammarano]. Musica 
del Mo. G. VerdL [Per canto e piano.] Ii.3a8.3a 

Shakespeare, William. MerchmU of Venice. 
Clamxm, J. H. S. Music to the Merchant of Venice as per- 
formed at the Lyceum Theatre, ist November, 1879. 
[Arranged for pianoforte.] No. 4 in Il.a77.s3 

FAUli, G. U. Shylock. Comidie de Edmond Haraucourt 
(d'apris Shakspeare). Musique de seine de Gabriel 
Fauri. Op. 57. Partition d'orchestre. No. 3 in l^'dSS.as 
PiNsuTi. II mercante di Venezia. Melodramma da Shake- 
speare. Parole del Cav. G. T. Cimino. Musics del Mo. 
Giro Pinsuti. Per canto e pianoforte. lf.a87.ax 

SaussiNB. Le marchand de Venise. Comidie musicale d' 
apris Shakespeare. Paroles et musique de Henri de 
Saussine. Partition chant et piano. Il.378.x6 

Sullivan, A S. Music to the Masque in Shakespeare's 
''Merchant of Venice." [Pianoforte score.] 

No. I in ll.39x«59 
Shakespeare* William. Merry wives of Windsor. 
Adam, A. C Falstaff. Opira-comique de MM. de Saint 
Georges et de Leuven [pseud.]. Musique de Ad. Adam. 
Partition piano et chant. No. i in ll.36x.13 

Balfb. Falstaff. A grand opera. The poetry by M. 
Maggioni. The music by M. W. Balfe. [Accomp. for 
piano.] Il.a6x.x 

Kavn. Sir John Falstaff. Symphonische Dichtung fur 
grosses Orchester. No. a in ll.406.79 

NiGOLAi, C O. E. Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor. 
Komische phantastische Oper [nach Shakespeare von 
* S. H. von Mosenthal], von Otto Nicolai. In Partitur 
hrsg. von Gustav F. Kogel. M.35a.x6; etc. 

ViBDL ' Falstaff. Commedia lirica di Arrigo Boito. 
Musica di Giuseppe VerdL Canto e pianoforte. Ii.3a5.35 
Shakespeare, William. Midsummer nigkfs dream. 
MiNDBLSSOHN-BAaTBOLDY, J. L. F. Eiu Sommemschts- 
traum (Le songe d'une nuit d'^t^) von Shakespeare. 
Musik von Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Op. 61. Par- 
titur. No. 2 in 11.353.5 ! etc 
SntPBTTE, H. C. A. G. Le songe d'une nuit d'6t6. Op6rette 
en I acte. Paroles d'£douard Noel. Musique de Gaston 
Scrpette. Partition chant et piano. No. 2 in ll.3aa.s7 
Thomas, C L. A. Le songe d'une nuit d'^td. Op^ra 
comique. Poeme de Rosier et de Leuven [pseud.]. 
Musique de Ambroise Thomas. Accomp. de piano. 

M.3a7.x6 

Shakespeare, William. Muck ado about nothiftg. 

Beslioz, L. H. Beatrice & B6n6dict. Op6ra imitd de 

Shakespeare. Paroles et musique de Hector Berlioz. 

Partition piano et chant. Il.36a.a8 

PuGBT, P. Beaucoup de bruit pour rien. Op^ra d'apr^s 

Shakespeare. Poeme de fidouard Blau. Musique de 

Paul Puget. [Partition chant et piano.] M.393.5X 

Stanfoso. Much ado about nothing. Opera founded on 

Shakespeare's comedy. The words written by Julian 

Sturgis. The music composed by Charles Villier^ 

Stanford. [Vocal score.] ll.389.5a 

Shakespeare, William. OtheUo. 

DvoftAx, A. Otello. Ouvertiire ftir grosses Orchester. 

Op. 93. Partitur. No. 3 in ll.344.36 

FiBiCH, Z. Othello. Symfonicki b&scn pro velky or- 

chestr. Op. 6. [ Partitur. 1 No. i in 114x0.36 

Kauo, A. Symphonischer Prolog zu Shakespeare's Othello. 

Fiir grosses Orchester. Op. 27. Partitur. 

No. 6 in Ii.336.ax 



Shakespeare, William. Othello. (Continued.) 
Rossini, G. A. [Otello. Opera seria di L. Tottola. Posts 

in musica da G. Rossini. Partitura.] Iff.a64.a4; etc. 

Vsani. Otello. Opera [by Arrigo Boito. Translated by 

Francis Hueffer. Music] by Verdi. Vocal score. 

M.3a5.33 
Shakeapeare, William. Richard IIL 
GoBRNBE. Grosse Simphonie [C moll] zu Shakespeare's 

„Richard der Dritte.*' ll.3xa.a0 

Salvaybb, G. B. Richard IIL Grand op^ra de E. Blavet. 

Musique de G. Salvayre. Partition chant et piano. 

il.3ax.33 
Smetana, B. Richard III. Symphonische Dichtung f^r 

grosses Orchester. Partitur. No. 2 in il.338.a7 

Volkmann, F. R. Musik zu Shakespeare's Richard III. 

Op. 73. Partitur. No. 3 in il.35a.a 
Ouverture zu Shakespeare's Richard III. fur grosses 

Orchester. Op. 68. Partitur. No. 2 in il.35a.a 

Shakeapeare, William. Romeo and Juliet. 

Bbluni, V. Romeo und Julie. Oper in 4 Aufztigen [von 

F. Romani. Musik von Bellini. Partitur]. il.a30.xo; etc. 
Bbnda, G. Romeo und Julie. Eine Oper. [Text von F. W. 

Gotter.] Klavierauszug. No. i in M.a3ax3 

Bbblioz, L H. Rom^o et Juliette. Symphonic dramatique, 

avec chceurs, solos de chant et prologue en r^cltatif 

choral. Compos^e par Hector Berlioz. Paroles de Me E. 

Deschamps. Grande partition. il.34x.a3; etc 

Gounod, C. F. Rom^ et Juliette. Op^ra de J. Barbier et 

M. Carre. Musique de Ch. Gounod. Partition chant et 

piano. ii.38a.a6; etc. 

Holbrooke, J. Queen Mab. Shakespeare poem No. 7, for 

grand orchestra and chorus (ad lib.). Op. 45. Partitur. 

M.4X0.69 
Ivav, P. X. D. R. Les amants de V^rone. Op^ra imiti 

de Shakespeare. Paroles et musique de Richard Yrvid 

[pseud. Partition chant et piano]. il.395.6x 

Klibbert, C. Concert-Ouverture (Romeo und Julia) fiir 

Orchester. Op. 5. Partitur. No. i in 11403.85 

MAacHKTTi, F. Romeo e Giulietta. Dramma lirico di M. 

Marcello. Musica del M^ Filippo Marchetti. Canto e 

pianoforte. li*373-5 

PiERSON, H. H. Concert-Ouverture zu Romeo und JtilJjBi_ 

Trauerspiel von Shakespeare. Op. 86. Partitur. 

No. 3 in 11.348.9 
Raff, J. J. Romeo und Julie. [ Orchester- Vorspiel. 

Nachgelassenes Werk, revidirt von E. A. MacDowell.] 

Partitur. No. 2 in 11.34743 

ScHLOTTMANN, L. Ouvcrturc zu Shakespeare's Romeo und 

Julia. Op. 18. Partitur. No. i in lI.348.xo 

Shelley, H. R. Romeo and Juliet. Lyric drama in three 

acts and one tableau. [Words from Shakespeare.] 

Complete vocal score. ll.397.6x 

Stbibelt, D. Rom^o et Juliette. Op^ra [de S^gur jeune]. 

Mis en musique par D. Steibelt. [Partition.] il.a84.6 

SvBNDSEN, J. S. Romeo und Julia. Phantasie fiir Or- 
chester. Op. 18. Partitur. No. 4 in M .335.X5 
TcHAiKovsKi, P. I. Rom^o et Juliette. Ouverture-fantaisie 

d'apres Shakespeare. Partition d'orchestre. ii.358.xo 

ZiNGAESLLi, N. A. Giulietta e Romeo. Dramma eroico 

pantomimo [di G. Foppa]. Musica del Sig^* Maestro 

Zingarelli. [Partitura.] M.6aao 

Shakespeare, William. Songs. 
Caulfield, J., compiler. A collection of the vocal music in 

Shakespeare's plays, including the whole of the songs, 

duets, glees, choruses, &c. Revised & arranged with an 

accompaniment for the piano forte, by Mr. Addison. 

ii.ixa.xx;etc 
Taubert, C. G. W. Gesaenge aus Shakspeare's Was ihr 

wollt [u. s. w.], mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. 

No. 8 in ii.aax.a6 

Shakespeare, William. Tjfiming of the shrew. 

GoETZ, H. Der Widerspanstigen Zahmung. Komische Oper 

nach Shakspeare's Lustspiel frei bearbeitet von J. V. 

Widmann. Musik von Hermann Goetz. Vollstandiger 

Clavier-Auszug. ii.a66.xo; etc. 



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Shakespeare, William. Taming of the shrew, (Cahtinued.) 

Lb Rey, F. La m6g^re apprivois^e. Com^die-lyrique 

(d'apr^s Shakespeare) par £inile Deshays. Musique de 

Frederic Le Rey. [Partition chant et piano.] M. 395.39 

Rhbinbxrgbr, J. G. Ouverture zu Shakespeare's Die 

Zahmung der Widerspanstigen fQr Orchester. Partitur. 

No. I in M.3X9.3 
ShakeBpeare, William. The tempest. 
Bbnedict, J. Overture to Shakespeare's play The tem- 
pest. [Full score.] No. i in M.333.8 
CoRDEB, F. Prospero. Concert overture for full or- 
chestra. Full score. No. 4 in ii.33a.x1 
DuvBBNOY, V. A. La tempete. Po^me symphonique pour 
soli, choeurs et orchestre. Paroles de Armand Silvestre 
et Pierre Berton, d'apr^s Shakespeare. Musique de Al- 
phonse Duvernoy. Partition piano et chant. M.30S.3X 
FxBicH, Z. Boure. Zp^vohra. B&seft die sujetu stejno- 
jmenn^ dram, poh&dky Shakespeareovy napsal Jaroslav 
Vrchlicky. Hudbu slozil Zdenko Fibich. Der Sturm. 
Oper von Jaroslav Vrchlicky. Musik von Zdenko Fibich, 
Op. 40. Klavirni vytah. M.a45w| 
Hal^vy, J. F. F. £. La tempesta. Op^ra. Paroles de £. 
Scribe. Traduction italienne de Giannone. Musique de 
F. HaUvy. Partition pour chant avec acct. de piano. 

lf.365.3x 

Paine, J. K. Symphonische Dichtung nach Shakespeares 

Sturm (Tempest) ftir Orchester. Partitur. UJ^ii.46 

PuRCBLL, H. The music in Shakspeare's Tempest, by 

Purcell, Arne, Smith &. Linley. New edition. [Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] No. 5 in M.391.58; etc. 

Rbichardt, J. F. Die Geister-Insel. £in Singspiel von 

J. F. Gotter, nach Shakespear's Sturm. In Musik 

gesetzt von loh. F. Reichardt. [Klavierauszug.] 

M.a54.38 

Sullivan, A. S. The music to Shakespeare's Tempest. 

[Pianoforte score.] No. 3 in M.391.59 

Taubbbt, C. G. W. Der Sturm von Shakspeare. Musik von 

Wilhelm Taubert. Op. 134. Ouverture. Partitur. 

No. I in il.404.98 
TcHAiKovsKi, P. L MBypsi" (no Apau-b UleKcnHpa). ^^aHTasin 
AJiB opKecTpa. Com. 18. flapTHTypa. [The tempest, after 
Shakespeare's drama. Fantasy for orchestra.] 

No. 2 in M.3434 
Thomas, C. L. A. La tempete. Ballet fantasttque. [Livret] 
de Jules Barbier. [Chor^graphie] de J. Hansen. D' 
apr^s Shakespeare. Musique de Ambroise Thomas. 

M.3a4.i3 
Ubspbuch, a. Der Sturm. Oper. Dichtung frei nach 
Shakespeare's Schauspiel von Emil Pirazzi. Musik von 
Anton Urspruch. Vollstandiger Clavierauszug. il.3a8.37 
Van der Stuckbn, F. V. Musik zu Shakespeares „Sturm." 
Op. 8. Partitur. No. 2 in lf.33x.1a 

ViEBLiNG, G. Ouverture zu Shakespeare's Sturm fiir Or- 
chester. Op. 6. Partitur. No. 5 in M.3ia.36 
Shakespeare, William. Twelfth night. 

Bishop, H. R. The songs, duetts &. glees in Shakspeare's 
play of Twelfth night. The music composed for the 
voice and piano by Henry R. Bishop. No. 2 in il.39046 
Taubebt, C. G. W. Cesario. Oper frei nach Shake- 
speare's „Was ihr wollt" von Emil Taubert. Musik 
von Wilhelm Taubert. Vollstandiger Klavier-Auszug. 

M.3fl4.xo 
Tausch, J. Musik zu Shakespeare's Was ihr wollt. Op. 
4. Partitur. No. 3 in U.^2j^2 

Shakespeare, William. Ttuo gentlemen of Verona. 

Bishop, H. R. Two gentlemen of Verona. The overture, 
songs, duets, glees &. chorusses in the play. The words 
selected from Shakespeare's plays, poems & sonnets. 
The music composed, adapted for the voice and piano- 
forte by H. R. Bishop. No. 2 in M .a7x.x6 
Stbebt, J. Ouverture zu Sh|kespeares Die beiden 
Veroneser fur Orchester. Op. 8. Partitur. 

No. 2 in If .348.17 
Shakespeare, William. Winter* s tale. 

Bbuch, M. Hermione. Grosse Oper in 4 Aufziigen. Nach 



Shakespeare, William. Winter^s tale. (Contmned.) 

Shakespeare's Wintermarchen von Emil Hopffer. Musik 
von Max Bruch. Clavier-Auszug. II.98X.9 

ZiMMEBMANN, B. Eiu Wintcrmarcheu. Musikalisches 
Schauspiel mit Benutzung der Karl Simrock'schen 
t}bersetzung des gleichnamigen Schauspiels von Shake- 
speare, componirt von Balduin Zimmermann. [Klavier- 
auszug.] M.38X.75 
Shakespeare, William. Works about. 
Gebvinus, G. G. Handel und Shakespeare. Zur Asthetik 
der Tonkunst. Leipzig. 1868. M.X06.7 
Gilbebt, a. The Commemoration ode, written for the 
300th anniversary of the birth of Shakespeare. The 
poetry by Mrs. Edward Thomas. The music by Alfred 
Gilbert. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] No. 5 in il.90B.x4 
Gbeenhill, J., and others, compilers. A list of all the 
songs and passages in Shakspere which have been set 
to music. Compiled by J. Greenhill, W. A. Harrison 
and F. J. Furnivall. The words in old spelling from 
the quartos and first folio, edited by F. J. Furnivall and 
W. G. Stone. London. 1884. No. i in M.BX5.9 
Lavoix, H. Les traducteurs de Shakespeare en musique. 
Paris. 1869. No. i in M.X4X.X7 ; etc 
New Shakspebe Society. Critical and historical program 
of the madrigals, glees, and songs to be given at the 
second annual musical entertainment at University col- 
lege, London, 9th May, 1884. London. 1884. 

No. 2 in M.2X54) 
Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, London. The Shake- 
speare night, in aid of the fund for the purchase, and 
preservation of Shakespeare's house. [Programme. 
London. 1847.] No. 4 in lf.X49.8 

"Shakespeare." Overture. Obbbthueb. No. 2 in il^04.3 

Shakapearel Opera. For the Music see Serpette. For the 

LiBBETTO see Gavault 
Shall I in Mamre's fertile plain. Anthem. Handbi. 

No. 53 in M.a9o.aa.a 
Shall I tell you whom I love? Part-song. Wesley, S. S. 

No. 6 in ii.X95.x.x5 
Shall I waste my youth in sighing. Madrigal. Cookb, T. S. 

No. 75 in lI.B37.x5 

Shall I wasting in despair. Part-song, 

Hatton. No. 21 in 11.X95.X.7 

Jolly. Glees for three and four voices. No. 3 in il.a90.B9 

Spoffobth. Collection of glees. No. 28 in M.B35.X5 

Shatnua 'O'Brien. Opera. For the Music see Stanford. For 

the LiBBETTO see Jeasop. 
Shannon, F. 

Fair Rosamond. A grand opera. The poetry by Z. C. 
Barnett & F. Shannon. The music by John Bamett. 

M.a6x.x7 
Sharp and flat. Opera. For the Music see Hook, J. For 

the Libretto see Lawler. 
Sharps and flats. History. Mabbtzek, M. 11.2x5. xx 

Shaw, Frances A., translator. 

Delaumosne, Abbi. The art of oratory, system of 

Delsarte. By I'Abb^ Delaumosne and Mme Ang^lique 

Arnaud. With an essay on the attributes of reason, by 

F. Delsarte. 2d edition. Albany. 1884. il.x49a.xo 

Shaw, James. 

Hark! the village bells. A trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for 

pianoforte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 

5, pp. 60-64.) No. 13 in lff.904.36.5 

I will magnify Thee. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 8, pp. 1-7.) 

No. I in M.X95.a.8 

The Lord is my shepherd. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 8, pp. 8-13.) 

No. 2 in Il.x95.aj 

Shaw, Oliver. 

Sacred songs, duetts, anthems, &c. Composed & arranged 

with an accompaniment for the pianoforte or organ. 

Providence. The Author. [1823.] M.38o.x7 

Shawm, The. Psalmody. Bbadbuby. lI.xoo.a6 

She dropped a tear. Song. Moulds, J. No. 45 in M.a37.7 



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81m nerer told her love. Smg, Haydn, F. J. 

No. 15 in il.a35.x8.a 
She soft and meek. Rornid. Cooki, B. No. 133 in iLaaag^a 
She ttoopt to conquer. Optra, For the Music see Mmc- 

larren, G. A. For the Librbtto see Ball, £. 
She weepeth sore. Roun^. Lawis. No. 150 In ii^90.xo 

Sbe who lies here. Roimd. Caixoott, J. W. 

No. 3 in il.aao4^s; ^tc. 

Shcafe, Alfonso Josephs, tdUar, 

ZoKH, F. A. Grammar of the art of dancing, theoretical 

and practical. Lessons in the arts of dancing and dance 

writing. Bolton. 1905. 2 v. ii.375.a5 

Sheathe the sword. [Welsh melody.] Harmonised for 3 

voices [s. T. &]. (In The Choralist. Vol. i, series 4.) 

No. 45 in il.x57.5.i 
Shed, O ye combatants. Catch. Haybs, W. Catches, glees 
and canons. VoL i. No. i in lf.aao.5.i^ 

Shedlock, Emma L. 
A trip to music-land. A fairy tale, forming an exposition 
of the elements of music. London. Blackie. 1876. 

M.xa3.3a 
Shedlock, John South, translator, 
Wagnbi, W. R. Richard Wagner's letters to his Dresden 
friends, Theodor Uhlig, Wilhelm Fischer, and Ferdi- 
nand Heine. London. 1890. M.x49.ao 
Shelly, Harry Rowe. 
The Castanet song [t. t. & b. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 
New Yorlc Schirmer. [1885.] No. 15 in M.39a.3x 
The minstrel boy. [Chorus, t. t. a. a. Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] New York. Schirmer. [1885.] No. 14 in il.39a.3x 
Romeo and Juliet. Lyric drama in three acts and one 
. tableau. [Words from Shakespeare.] Complete vocal 
score. New York. Schuberth k. Co. 1901. il.397.6x 
Vexilla Regis (The royal banners forward go). Sacred 
cantata for a. and & soli, chorus, and orchestra. The 
Latin words from "The seven great hymns," with an 
English translation by J. M. Neale. The music by 
Harry Rowe Shelley. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon- 
.don. Novello, Ewer k. Co. [1893.] No. a in Il.a04.a8 
SheUey, Percy Bysshe. 
Apollo. Cantate. Fur Soli [s. a. t.], Chor und Orchester 
^componirt von Martin Roeder. No. a in M.ao4.a5 
Arethusa. Poem. Set to music for bas. solo, chorus and 
orchestra by Alan Gray. No. a in M,ao4.x6 
Die Fluchtlinge. Ballade. Fur Declamation mit Beglei- 
?'tung des Pianoforte componirt von R. Schumann. 

No. 6 in M.a44.x54 
Hellas: a lyrical drama. The choruses set to music by 
William Christian Selle. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

No. I in M.ao4.a8 
Pan. Cantate. Fur Bariton, Chor und Orchester com- 
ponirt von Martin Roeder. No. 3 in M.ao4.a5 
[Prometheus unbound.] "Chorus of spirits and hours" 
from Shelley's "Prometheus unbound." Composed for 
male chorus and tenor solo, with accomp. of piano, 
flute, string quintet and reed organ by Dudley Buck. 

No. 3 in M.a7axa ; etc. 
Same. Scenes from Shelley's Prometheus unbound. Set 
to music by C. H. H. Parry. No. 4 in Il.x55.36 

Shepard, Thomas G. 
Penikeese; or, cuisine and Cupid. Comic opera in 2 acts. 
Libretto by D. H. Buel. Music by T. G. Shepard. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] New York. Pond & Co. 
i88a. No. 2 in M.3a3.a 

Shepherd, Arthur. 
Sonata for the pianoforte. Opus 4. Boston. Boston 
Music Company. [1911.] M434.65 

Shepherd, James. 
The captives of Babylon. An oratorio. The music by 
George Shinn. No. 3 in M.ao4.a8 

Shepherd, John. 
Haste Thee, O God. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Rimbault. Collection of ancient church music. Vol. 3, 
pp. 142-149.) No. 32 in il.a33.a5.3 



Shepherd boy. The. Part-sang, 
Hbring, C. E. No. 22 in 11.204.36.7 

MoscHBLBS, I. Tyrol ese melodies. Vol. 2. 

No. 16 in Il.a44.a4.a 
''Shepherd king, The." Opera. For the Music see Fauche. 

For the Librbtto see Wyatt. 
Shepherd, seek not wealth. Glee. Sfoptobth. Collection of 
glees. No. 11 in M.a35.x5 

Shepherd, A, wandering in a grove. [Glee, s. A. &] (/» 
Bland. The Ladies' collection. Vol. 5, pp. 515-519.) 

No. 134 in Il.a35.x7.5 
Shepherd's complaint, The. Sang. Rbichabdt, L. 

No. 17 in ]i.axa.ax.x 
Shepherd's cot. The. Glee. Wblsh. The night is rainy. 

No. I in ii.a374^ 
Shepherd's farewell, The. Part-song. Smart, H. 

No. I in M.X95.X J 
Shepherd's joys. Glee. Horslby, W. No. 10 in ^.235.9.1 ; etc 
Shepherd's lament, The. Part-song. Smart, H. 

No. 6 in il.x58.a3 

Shepherd's lay. The. Song. Mbndblssorn-Bartholdy, J. L. 

F. Songs. No. 41 in il.a44.ax 

Shepherd's lottery. The. Opera. For the Music see Boyce. 

For the Librbtto see Mendes. 
Shepherd's pipes. The. Madrigal. Marbnzio. 

No. 8 in ii.a37.a8; etc 
Shepherd's Sabbath day, The. Part-song. Hatton. 

No. 30 in M.X57.X 
Shepherd's song. The. Part-song. Brbwbr, T. Turn 
AmarilHs. No. 10 in il.x39a.x8.7 

Mbmdblssorn-Bartboldy, J. L. F. Quartetts. 

No. 17 in ii.a44^a 
Shepherd's song, The. Song. Bbbtbovbm. Werke. Serie 
24. M.4X3.x.a4 

Shepherdesses' lament. The. Part-song. Gabussi. 

No. 5 in M.ao4.364 
Shepherds all and maidens fair. Part-song. Macfarrbn, W. 
C No. 21 in M.X95.Z4^ 

Shepherds, I have lost my love. Part-song. Danby. 

No. 169 in il.a35.x7.5 
Shepherds, leave decoying. Glee. Purcbll, H. 

No. 176 in M.ax5.ax ; etc 

Shepherds view the sight. Anthem. Tuerk. No. 35 in M.aox.37 

Sheppard, Elizabeth Sara. 

Charles Auchester. 4th edition. London. Chapman & 

Hall. 1875* il.109a.33 

A novel in which •ercral of th« chanetert represent well-known nratl- 

ciane, If endelaeohn sppeuinf •• SersphaeL 

Counterparts, or the cross of love. Boston. Bumham. 
1869. ii.x4x.a3 

Rumor. Boston. Burnham. 1864. M.xox.44 

Sheppard, John. See Shepherd, John. 
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Butler. 
The duenna, or double elopement. A comic opera. Com- 
posed and selected by T. Linley. No. 3 in M.39X.54 
Shitif, Le. Opera. For the Music see Hal6vy, J. F. F. £. 

For the Librbtto see Scribe. 
Sherwood, William Hall, editor. 

Kbllby. The music to Macbeth. No. 4 in ii.380.xo 

Shew a room. Catch. Holmbs, T. No. 225 in M.ax5.ax ; etc 
Shew me Thy ways. Anthem. Wbbbb, S. 12 anthems. 

No. 2 in M.a34.7 
Shew us Thy mercy. Anthem. Boycb. No. 64 in ll.a90.aa.a 

Shield, William. 

Abroad and at home. A comic opera. Composed by 

Gr6try, Giornovichi, &c., and William Shield. The 

poetry by Geo. Holman. [Accomp. for piano.] London. 

Longman & Broderip. [1796.] No. 2 in il.340.x5 

Same. Longman & Clementi. Ii79-^] No. i in ]i.x4ax9 

Aladin [sic], or the wonderful lamp. Pantomime. The 

poetry by J. O'Keefe. The music selected from Handel, 

Giordini, Gluck, Carolan & Shield, by A. Shaw. The 

songs by W. Shield. [Accomp. for piano.] London. 

Goulding. [1788.] No. 2 in il.39x.30 



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Amo amas I love a lass. Glee [a. t. b. London. 175-?] • 

No. 30 in M.33C.Z4 
Alto to be found in The Apollo; Blnnd't The Laotee' collection; 
Flower* of harmony; The Harmoniit; Warren's Collection of catches. 

Beauties, have you seen a toy? Glee [t. t. b.]. (In The 
Apollo. Vol. 8, pp. 570-572.) No. 4 in il.x39a.i8.8 

[The crusade.] The songs, dialogue, duetts, trio, & 
marches, in the historical romance of The crusade. 
[Words by Frederick Reynolds.] Composed by Arne, 
Martini, etc. and Shield. [Accomp. for piano.] Lon- 
don. Longman & Broderip. [1790.] No. 3 in il.Z3ax4 
A few numbers have orchestral scoompanimcnL 

Dans votre lit. Song [t. Accomp. for pianoforte]. Lon- 
don. Andrews. [180-?] No. 37 in 11.237.7 
From Patrick in Prussia. 

The enchanted castle. Pantomime. The poetry by M. P. 
Andrews. The music selected and arranged by William 
Shield. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Longman 
& Broderip. [1786.] No. i in M. 391.30 

Ere around the huge oak. Ballad [bar. Accomp. for 
pianoforte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 4, pp. 66, 67.) 

No. 23 in M.235.184 

The flitch of bacon. A comic opera [by Henry Bate- 
Dudley]. Composed & selected by W. Shield. [Full 
score.] London. Dale. [1778.] No. 5 in M.290.X9 

Friar Bacon, or Harlequin Rambler. A pantomime. [The 
words by J. O'Keeffc.] Composed by William Shield. 
[Accomp. for piano.] London. Bland. [1783?] 

No. 3 in M.39Z.30 

Harkt harkt from spheres above. Trio and glee. London. 
Longman & Broderip. [181-?] No. 29 in 11.235. 14 

Health to our sovereign. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In The Apollo. 
Vol. 8, pp. 561-563.) No. I in il.i39a.x8.8 

Also to be found in Warren's Cocks's Hand-boolc of glees. 

How shall we mortals. [Glee, a. t. b.] (In Bland. The 
Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, pp. 402-405.) 

No. 78 in M.235.Z7.4 
Light* as thistle-down. Song [s. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 4, pp. 156, 157.) ■ 

No. 54 in M.235.184 

The load stars. Glee. See his O happy fair. 

The magic cavern, or virtue's triumphs. [Pantomime by 

Ralph Wewitzer.] Selected and composed by Wm. 

Shield. [Piano score.] London. Longman 8t Brode- 

. rip. . [1785.] No. 4 in 11.391.30 

, Marian. An opera. Composed 8l selected by W. Shield. 

The words by M^"* Brooke. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

London. Longman & Broderip. [1788.] No. 2 in 11.340.1 1 

• Netley Abbey. A comic opera, partly selected and partly 

composed by Baumgarten, Parke, Paisiello, Howard and 

r "' Shield. [Accomp. for piano. Words by William Pearcc.] 

London. Longman & Broderip. [i7<)4-] 

' No. I in 11.130.14 
The noble peasant. A comic opera [by Thomas Holcroft]. 
Set to music by William Shield. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Napier. [1784?] No. i in M.360.15 
O happy fair. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In The Apollo. Vol. 3, 
pp. 226-231.) No. 19 in M.Z39a.i8.3 

Also to be found in Boosey's Standard English glees; Ditson's The 
Orphean lyre;; The Harmonist; Hills's Vocal trios; Norello's Glee- 
hiTc; Turle and Taylor's The People's music book; Warren's Cocks's 
Hand-book of glees; and for s. s. a. In Norello's Collection of bios. 

Old Towler. Hunting song. Arranged and harmonised by 
W. H. Birch. Composed by W. Shield. (In The Choralist. 
Series 2, pp. 5-8.) No. 14 in 11.X57.5.Z 

Origin of kissing. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In The Harmonist. 
Vol. 2, pp. 38-41.) No. 12 in lf.ai8.8.a 

The poor soldier. A comic opera [by John O'Keeffe]. 
Selected and composed by William Shield. [Accomp. 
for pianoforte.] London. Bland. [1783.] 

^ No. 4 in ll.a10.25 

The prophet. An opera composed by Sacchini, Purcell 
' . . . and Shield. [Words by Richard Bentley. Accomp. 
for piano.] London. Longman & Broderip. [1788.] 

No. 3 in 11.130.14 



Shield. William. (Continued.) 

Richard Cceur de Lion. An opera composed by Gr^try, 
Anfossi, Bertoni, Dr. Hayes, Dr. Wilson, Carolan, and 
William Shield. [The words by Leonard MacNally. 
Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Longman & Brode- 
rip. [1786-?] No. 3 in ll.36az5 

Robin Hood, or Sherwood Forest. A comic opera selected 
& composed by William Shield. The words by Leod 
MacNally. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Bland. 
[1784?] No. 2 in M.z5a.z3 

Same. Goulding. [179-?] No. 2 in 11.36a 15 

Rosina. A comic opera [by Frances M. Brooke. Com- 
posed and selected by William Shield. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] London. Dale. [1783.] No. i in ll.340.11 

Same. New edition. Goulding, Potter & D'Almaine. 
[18—?] No. 35 in M.237.7 

Should your table with plenty. Glee [s. s. B.]. (In Turle 
and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3f pp. 350- 
352.) No. 1 13 in ll.izz.4.3 

Also to be found in Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees. 

The sparrow and diamond. Glee for 4 voices. (In War- 
ren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. i, pp. 25-31.) 

No. 7 in 11.Z57.6.1 

The streamlet that flow'd. Song [s. or t. Accomp. for 

pianoforte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 100, loi.) 

No. 40 in M.a35.i8.a 

Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's mnslc-book. 

The travellers in Switzerland. A comic opera. Selected 

& composed by William Shield. The words by Bate 

Dudley. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Longman 

& Broderip. [i7S)4-] No. 3 in 1I.^40.Z5 

What is love? Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In The Harmonist. Vol. 

h PP* 52-54.) No. 14 inll4iz8Ai 

Wisdom, riches and greatness. Round [for 3 voices]. (In 

The Apollo. Vol. 8, p. 564.) No. 2 in Il.i39a.i8.8 

The woodman. A comic opera. Composed chiefly by 

Willn Shield. The poetry by Bate Dudley. [Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] London. Longman & Broderip. [1792.] 

No. 2 in 11.340.16 
Shield, William, tditor. ,.,_ 

Haydn, F. J. Twelve ballads. No. i in Ua^i^ 

Shilrik und Vinvela. Song. Schubebt, F. P. Werke^ Serie 
20, Band 3. lI.317a.Ba3 

Shine, J. L. 
Joan of Arc, or the merry, maid of Orleans. Opera bur- 
lesque. Written by J. L. Shine & Adrian Ross. Music 
by F. Osmond Can*. No. 2 in 11.328.3 

Shine out, stars. Part-song. Sblby. No. 12 in lff.204.36.7 

Shinn, George. 
The captives of Babylon. An oratorio. The words 
written and selected by James Shepherd. The music by 
George Shinn. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. 
Hart 8l Co. [1887.] No. 3 in M. 304.28 

Ship, The, o' the fiend. Symphonic poem. MacCunn. 

No. I in lf.357.z7 

Shipp, Jesse A. 

In Dahomey. A Negro musical comedy. Book 'by Jesse 

A. Shipp. Lyrics by Paul Lawrence [sic] Dunbar and 

others. Music by Will Marion Cook. No. i in if.399.15 

Shipwreck, The. Opera. For the Music see Arnold, S. For 

the Libretto see Arnold, S., Ir. 
Shipwreck, The. Song. Davenport, A. No. 22 in If .390.12 

Shirley, James. 
Ode from the Contention of Ajax and Ulysses. The 

music by C. H. H. Parry. No. i in If .155.36 

Shitt, Eduard. 
Concert (F moll) fur Pianoforte mit Begleitung des Or- 

chesters. Op. 47. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1896; lf.404.16 
Serenade, D dur, ftir Streich-Orchester. Op. 6. Partitur. 

Offenbach a. M. Andre. [187-?] No. 2 in M. 342.38 

^Signer Formica." Koniische Oper in 3 Akten nach £. T. 

A. Hoffmann's gleichnamiger Novelle von Franz Keppel. 

Musik von Eduard Shutt. Vollstandiger Klavierauszug. 

Berlin. Bote & Bock. [1892.] M.a45.Z9 



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Sho-Gun, The. Opera. For the Music see Laden. For the 

LiBBETTO see Ade. 
Shoot» false loTe. Part-song, Morlby. No. 22 in il.i9S.z.i4; etc. 
Pbaksall. No. 28 in M.195.X.10 

Shop 1^1, The. Opera. For the Music see Tilkins. For the 

LiBRBTTO see Dam. 
Shore, William, edititr. 

Holiest, breathe an evening hlessing. Italian chorale. 

[Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello. [185-? The 

Musical times.l No. 47 in M. 158.19 

Also Co be found in Mosical timet IMutic]. 

Sacred music. Selected and arranged with a separate ac- 
comp. for the organ or piano forte. London. Novello. 
[1835.] il.a37.18 

Shorty Joseph. 
Salve Regina, for four voices. [Accomp. for organ.] Lon- 
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1868.] No. 7 in M.901.36 
Shortest and longest Part-song. Macfarrxn, W. C. 

No. 17 in M.I9S.I.9 
Should I die by the force of good wine. Duetto [t. b.]. (/h 
Clementi. Collection of catches. Vol. i, pp. 54-58.) 

No. 48 in M.xiaz.i ; No. 4)3 in ii.iio.a.i 

Also to be found in Sibbald't Collcodon of catches. 

Should your table with plenty. Gles. Shield. 

No. 113 in il.zix.4.3; etc. 
Shout! comrades. Gist. Bishop, H. R. Complete collection 
of glees. Vol. 8. ii.a35.zJ 

Shout for the monarch. Glee. Bishop, H. R. Complete col- 
lection of glees. Vol. 8. ii.a35.zJ 
Shout the glad tidings. Anthem. 
Bakxb, E. L. No. la in M.z9az 
Davbnpobt, a. No. 28inil.z90.2;etc 
Mabston. No. 18 in il.z58.z8 
Wilson, H. No. 33 in M.z9a9 
Show gtrU The. Opera. For the Music see Hearts. For the 

Libbbtto see Bmmett, R. A. 
Show me Thy ways. Anthem. Clarke, H. No. 24 in il.903.a6 
Shpashinski, I. V. 
MapoA'bltxa. Onepa. MysHxa n. HaHKoacKaro. Die Be- 
zaubernde. Oper. Musik von P. Tschaikowsky. 

]i.38z^9 
Shrill ton'd lark. The. Glee. Young, C. 

No. 36 in ii.z57.z8.z ; etc. 
Shtchepkin-Kupeniik, T. L. 

Amors Rache. Oper von A. S. Tan^iew. lff.397.66 

Shubert, Samuel S. 
"Fantana.'' A musical comedy. Book by Robt B. Smith 
: and Sam S. Shubert. Music by Raymond Hubbell. 

il.383^9 
Shunammite, The. Cantata. For the Music see Garrett 

Shuttleworth, Janet Elisabeth Kay-, translator. 
BiTTEB, C. H. The life of J. Sebastian Bach. London. 

[1873] M.Z08.3Z 

Si ambuUivero. Motet. 

tI^assus. S&mmtliche Werke. Band 9. MJo4oa.67.9 

LuTZ. Motets for the year. No. 49 in il.z56.50 

Si bene perpendi. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 

II- il.8040a.67.zz 

Si beviam. Glee. Berg, G. No. 144 in M.a90.9.z 

Si bona suscepimus. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 9. il.8o4oa.67.9 

Si coelum et coeli coelorum. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band 15. llA>4oa.67.z5 

Si com* al chiaro giorno oscura notte. Part-song. Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band 8. il.8o4oa.67.8 

Si consiatant adversum me castra. Offertory. Eybler. 

Offertorium, No. a. No. 2 in M.Z9Z.7 

Si Deua nobiscum. Canon. Ives, S. No. 17 in M.aio.9.z 

Si du malheur vous avicz. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band la. li.8040a.67.za 

SI i debUe il filo. Madrigal. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 28. 

M.8o4oa.66.a8 
Si eat-ce que Dieu. Anthem. Sweelimck. W^erken. Dccl 5. 

M4Z3.a.5 



Si froid et chault. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 12. M.8o4oa.67.za 

Si ignoraa te, o pulchra inter mulieres. Motet. Palbstrina. 

Werke. Band 4. ilAi4oa.664 

Si j'aurai ce courage. Duet. Mbybrbbbr. No. i in ii.390.37 
Si j'aym* ou non. Part-song. Swbbunoc Werken. Deel 7. 

M.4Z3.a.7 
Si j'€taia petit oiseau. Song. Rougbt ob Lisle. 48 chants 

frangais. il.aoa^ 

Si j'^taia rot. Opera. For the Music see Adam, A. C. For 

the Libbbtto see Philippe, A. 
Si j'^taia roi d'Espagne. Choms. RoNGfi. 12 chceurs ryth- 

miques. No. 46 in il.39a.az 

Si je suia brun. Part-song. Lassus. S&mmtliche Werke. 

Band 12. lff.8040a.67.1a 

Si la loi du Seigneur. Part-song. Lacomb d'Estalbnx. 12 

psaumes. No. 2 in M.a96.z 

Si la mort est le but. Song. GouNoa Vingt melodies. 2e 

recueil. No. 6 in M.157.36.2 ; etc. 

Si la rigueur et la vengeance. Song. Hal£vy, J. F. F. £. 

No. 4 in lff.Z93.az.a 
Si le long teiiis. Part-song, Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 12. MJ040a.67.za 

Si, lo aento. Song. Spobb, L. No. 5 in M.a35.z8.4 

Si mi vince talor. Part-song. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 30. 

il.8040a.66.30 
Si moatro la sorte. Aria. Mozabt. Werke. Serie 6, Band i. 

No. II in M.3Z5.Z.6.Z 
Si non per portaa. Canon. Bbbthovbn. Werke. Serie 23. 

il4Z3.z.a3 
Si par aouhait je vous tenerai. Part-song. Lassus. Sammt- 
liche Werke. Band 12. MA140a.67.za 
Si per voi si pupille amate. Aria. Rossinz. 

No. 21 in M.z93.az.a 
Si pour moy avez du souci. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band 12. M.8o4oa.67.za 

Si qua tibi obtulerint Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 11. MJ040a.67.zz 

Si quid vota valent Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 3. MJo4oa.67.3 

Si, si minacda. Aria. Handel. la Alt-Arien. 

No. a in M.a7048 
Si t'amo, o cara. Aria. Handel. 12 Sopran-Arien. 

No. I in M.a70.48 
Si tu aavaia. Song. Balpe. No. 10 in M.Z9a.9.a 

Si vous aime« jamais. Song. Scbubebt, F. P. Melodies. 

Vol. 3. M.3a74.3 

Si voua dtea m'amie. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 16. MJ040a.67.z6 

Si voua n'estea en bon point Part-song. Lassus. Sammt- 
liche Werke. Band 12. M.8o4oa.67.za 
Si voua n'ouvrea votre fenetre. Song. GouNoa Vingt 

melodies, se recueil. No. 8 in M.Z57.36.5 

Siaf avertitL Madrigal. Ferrbtti, G. No.82inM.Z57.ao.3;etc 
Sibbald, James, editor. 
A collection of catches, canons, glees, duetts, &:c. Selected 

from the works of the most eminent composers antient 

and modem. Edinburgh. Sibbald. [1780.] 4 v. 

M.39a.49 

Conignts. — I. BftUdon: When gay Bacchm. — Gently hear me. — 
Rogers: Come all noble soola. — Jenner: Thon'rt gone away. — 
Webbe: Pretty warbler; Who can exfMreaa. — Smith: Return bktt 
days. — Webbe: If loTe and all the world. — Morley: Now li the 
month. — Webbe: Now I'm prepar'd. — WeeUcea: Welcome tweet 
pleafure. — Atterbury: Adieu ye ttreama. — Purcell: Fear no danger. 
Webbe: Since I'm bom. ~ Smith: What thall he have. — Valton: 
Catch on a scolding wife. — Ravenscroft: Canst thon lore. — 
Paxton: Go Damon go. — Cooke: Efritaph on a dormourse. — 
Paxton: Breathe soft ye winds. — Hilton: I charge ye. — Danby: 
When Sappho tun'd. — Webbe: When winds breathe soft; To Thee 
all angels. — Danby: Awake /Bollan lyre. "» Ame: Sweet muse 
inspire. — Webbe: There behold the mighty bowl. — Paxton: Bound 
the hapless Andre's urn. — Purcell: Sweet tyranness. — Danby: 
Music has pow'r. — Atterbury: Go thou gentle whiq»'ring wind. — - 
Scotland: Through groves sequester'd. — Webbe: When nature 
form'd; The mighty conqueror. — Smith: Take oh take. a. Valton: 
Hated by fools. — Atterbury: Who like Bacchus; With horns and 
hounds. — Berg: Dolce miei sospiri. — Jerusalem. — Cranfo«d: 
Boy come back. — Dyne: Fill the bowL — Hayes: Who e'er has 



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Sicut 



Sibbald* James, edUar. (Continued.) 

traTeU'd. — NeUuun: Cuckow good neighbor. — Hayes: Would you 
ting a catch. -^ Ndham: Follow me my jorial boys. — Flackton: 
What ails you ye smoakers. — Webbe: Come live with me. — 
Jenner: Ancient Phyllis. — RaTcnscrofft: We be three poor mariners. 

— Vento: Gia la notte savvicina vienio. — Lawes: Gather your 
rosebuds. — Aylward: A cruel fate. — Ireland: Ah ch'il destino. — 
Hilton: Come let us all a maying. — Smith: Hark the nightingale. 

— Mornington: Here in cool grott. — Lawes: The wise men. — 
Wise: Strange news from the rose. — Lawes: Great Tom is cast. 

— Hilton: Bless them that curse you. — Three bulls and a bear. — 
A bumper of good liquor. — >Y^ite: Hark, how the woods do ring. 

— Hilton: Come hither boy. — Child: If any so wise is. — Este: 
How merrily we live. — Willis: Frank, what shall we do. — Purcell; 
Here's that will challenge. — Ireland: To love and wine. — Purcell: 
Pale faces stand by. — Nelham: The wily fox. — Clarke: In drink- 
ing full bumpers. — Cranford: This ale my bonny lad. — Ame: 
Come shepherds, well follow. — Nelham: How merrily looks. — 
Byrd: Come drink to me. — I'll live to-morrow. — Hilton: Come, 
jump at thy cousin. — Purcell: When U and I. — Row the boat, 
Whitington. — Hilton: Let Symon*s beard alone; Come my hearts. 

— Let's have a peal. — Harington: Sweet doth blush the rosy morn- 
ing. — Oh, my love loy'st thou me. — My wife's dead. — Giardlni: 
Vade pure buona notte. — Lampe: Jack I hear you're good at pink- 
ing 1 — Hilton: Turn Amarillis. — Brewer: Go Damon go. — 
Holmes: Prepare your hearta. — Turner: Say what you please. -— 
Lawes: Drink to night. — Hilton: I poor and well. — Harington: 
Harkl ding I my Lord's come in. — Atterbury: Lay that sullen 
garland. — Nelham: Slayes to the world. — Hilton: Call George 
again. — Trayers: When Bibo thought fit. — Hilton: There was an 
invisible fox. — Banbury ale. — Cooke: How sleep the brave. — 
Brown: Of honest malt liquor. — Hilton: Come away, to the 
tavern. — We be soldiers three. — Hayes: The glories of our birth. 

— Hilton: O ale ab alendo. — Cooke: Harkl the lark. — Oh, that 
the salvation. — Freeman: Of all the brave birds. — Harington: 
Beneath the silent rural cell. — Paxton: How sweet 1 How fresh I 

— Hilton: Down in a dungeon. — Nelham: O Dick and Strephon. 

— Carey: Curst be the wretch. 3. Hayes: Hail flow'ry mead; Poor 
Johnny's dead. — Weelkes: The nightingale. — Brewer: Turn 
Amarillis. — Wilbye: Ye restless thoughts. — Cranford: Come 
hither Tom. — Scotland: Lightly tread. — O hold your hands. — 
Webbe: A gen'rous friendship. — Smith: Hark the hcilow woods. — 
Gibbons: llie silver swan. — Wilbye: Flora gave me. — Ireland: 
Return my lovely maid. — Hayes: Life is a jest. — Ives: Now we 
are met. — Hilton: Come follow me. — I drink this cup. — Gillier: 
Crown the glass. — Battishill: Consign'd to dust. — Lawes: I saw 
foir Cloris. — Cavendish: Ev'ry bush new springing. — Travers: I 
like a bee. — Wilson: From the fair Lavinian shore. — Day: Come 

• drink a bout. — Wilbye: Fly love to heav'n. — Goodgroome: Will 
Cloris cast. -^ Wilbye: Adieu sweet Amarillis. — Morley: Fair 
^,, Phillis I saw. — Cobb: Smiths sre good fellows. — Battishill: 
'' Amidst the myrtles. — Webbe: You gave me your heart. — Arnold: 
Here lyes poor Teague. — Bennet: When as I look'd. — Norris: 
For Agathon. — Harington: Alas, what boast. — Jenner: Hail 
lovely shade. < rr- Hudson : Go happy soul. — Baildon : My sledge 
and hammer. — Nelham: A fig for care. — The musical chase. — 
Garth : Care thou canker. — Long : Hush, the god of love. — Alcock : 
Hail ever pleasing solitude. — Conversi : When all alone. — Harington : 
O. thou whose notes. — Uxor mea, uxor polla. — Hilton: What 
•hall he have. — Nelham: Yonder he goes. — Weelkes: Ah I me my 
* ' wonted joys. — Ford : Fair sweet cruel. — Dyne : Tell me thou dear 
departed. — Hilton: O Lord Almighty. — Hayes: Fairest isle of 
isles. — Allegri: Miserere mei Deus. — Bennett: Flow, O my tears. 
,4. Baildon: When gay Bacchus fills. — Gently hear me. — Rogers: 
Come all noble souls. — Jenner: Thou'rt gone away. — Webbe: 
Pretty warbler; Who can express. — Smith: Return blest days. — 
Webbe: If love and all the world. — Morley: Now is the month. — 
Webbe: Now I'm prepar'd. — Weelkes: Welcome sweet pleasure. — 
Atterbury: Adieu ye streams. — Purcell: Fear no danger. — Webbe: 
Since I'm bom. -^ Smith: What shall he have. — Valton: Catch on 
a scolding wife. — Ravenscroft: Canst thou love. — Paxton: Go, 
Damon, go. — Cooke: Epitaph on a dormouse. — Paxton: Breathe 
soft ye winds. — Hilton: I charge ye. — Danby: When Sappho 
tun'd. — Webbe: When winds breathe soft: To Thee all angels. — 
Danby: Awake ^Bolian lyre. — Ame: Sweet muse inspire. — Webbe: 
There behold the mighty bowl. — Paxton: Round the hapless Andre's 
urn. — Purcell: Sweet tyranness. — Danby: Music has pow'r. — Atter- 
bury: Go, thou gentle whisp'ring wind. — Webbe: When nature 
form'd; The mighty conqueror. — Smith: Take, oh take those lips 
away. 

SibeliiUt Jean Julius Christian. 

*'£n saga." (£ine Sage.) Tondichtung fiir grosses Or- 
chester. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1903. 

No. 3 in Mw|o6.33 

Finlandia. Tondigt for orchester. Partitur. Helsingfors. 

. Helsingfors Nya Musikhandel. [190-?] No. i inMw|o6.33 

Karelia-Suite. Op. 11. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & 
Hartel. 1906. No. 2in M411.X3 

Konzert fur Violine mit Orchester, D moll. Op. 47. Par- 
titur. Berlin. Schlesinger. [1905.] No. i in M.4ZX.X3 

Lemminkainen zieht heimwarts. Lemminkainen palaa 
kotitienoille. Le retour de Lemminkainen. Legende aus 



Sibelius, Jean Julius Christian. (Continued.) 

dem finnlandischen Volksepos „Kalevala" ftir Orchester. 
Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1901. 

No. I in 11^10.58 

Nachtlicher Ritt und Son nenauf gang. Tondichtung ftir 
grosses Orchester. Op. 55. Partitur. Berlin. Schle- 
singer. [ 1909-] No. I in 11.4114^ 

Pelleas und Melisande. Suite fur kleines Orchester. Aus 
der Musik zu dem gleichnamigen Drama des Maurice 
Maeterlinck [von] Jean Sibelius. Op. 46. Orchesterpar- 
titur. Berlin. Schlesinger. [190-?] No. 2 in M4X 1.53 

Der Schwan von Tuonela. Tuonelan Joutsen. Le cygne 
de Tuonela. Legende aus dem finnlandischen Volkse- 
pos „Kalevala'' fur Orchester. Partitur. Leipzig. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 1901. No. ainM^iasS 

Suite aus der Musik zum Schauspiele ^Konig Kristian 11/' 
von Adolf Paul. Komponirt von Jean Sibelius. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1899. 

No. I in il.404^z 

Swahnevit (Schwanenweiss). Suite fur kleines Orchester. 
Aus der Musik zu dem gleichnamigen Marchendrama dea 
August Strindberg [von] Jean Sibelius. Op. 54. Partitur. 
Berlin. Schlesinger. (1909.] No. a in 11.41 1.93 

Symphonic No. i [£ moll], ftir grosses Orchester. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1902. 11406.34 

Symphonic No. 2, D dur, fiir grosses Orchester. Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1903. 11406135 

Symphonic No. 3, C dur. Op. 52. Partitur. Berlin. Schle- 
singer. [ 190-?] No. I in ll4xx^ 

Symphonic No. 4, A moll, ftir grosses Orchester. Op. 63. 
[Partitur.] Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartek [1912.] 

M434-C6 

V&Fs&ng. (La tristesse du printemps.) Friihlingslied. 

Ftir grosses Orchester. Partitur. Leipzig. Breitkopf & 

Hartel. 1903. No. 3 in 11406133 

Siberia. Opera. For the Music see Giordano. For the 

Libretto see Illica« 
Sibire, Antoine, AM. 

La ch^lonomie, ou le parfait luthier. Recherches sur la 
facture et la restauration des instruments 4 archet. Aug- 
ment6e d'une notice et d'un appendice par L. de Pratis. 
Bruxelles. Loosfelt. 1885. Il.208.a9 

Les luthiers italiens aux xvii^ et xviii« si^cles. Nouvelle 

Edition du Parfait luthier de I'abb^ Sibire, suivie de notes 

sur les maitrcs des diver ses ^coles. [Par] J. Gallay. 

Paris. Academic des bibliophiles. 1869. Plate, ll.xa8.zo 

Contains a fac-simile of the 1806 title-pafe: La ch^loooode on le par- 
fait luthier. 

Sibirischen Jagcr, Die. Opera. For the Music see Rubin- 
stein. For the Libretto see Jerebtzof. 

Sic cum transierint. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 11. MA^oa.67.xz 

Sic Emeste. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 11. 

Sic sua virtutum. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 

II. MA^oa.67.zx 

Sichers Teutachland schlaffstu noch? Volkslied [s. a. t. b.] 

aus der Zeit des 3ojahrigen Krieges. (In Renner. 

Auswahl deutscher Madrigale. Pp. 35, 36.) 

No. 8 in lff.ao440 
Sicilian bride. The. Opera. For the Music see Balle. For 

the Libretto see Bunn. 
Sicilian hymn. See O aanctiaaima. 
Sicilian mariners' hymn. See O aanctissinuL 
Sidliana. Arietta. Alary. Rtcreazioni musicalL 

No. I in ll.a44.x9 
Siciliane, Le. Part-song. Pinsuti. No. 2 in lI.a44.xo.5 

Sidlianische Vesper, Die. Opera. For the Music see Lind- 

paintner. For the Libretto see Rau. 
SiciUen, Le, ou TAmour peintre. Opera, For the Music see 

Sauzay. For the Libretto see Moliire. 

Sicilienne. For orchestra. Bach, J. S. No. 6 in ll.343.48 

GoDARD, B. L. P. No. a in ll.405.x8 

Sicilienne. Song. Meyerbeer. 40 melodies. No. i in ll.x57.38 

Sicut ablactatus. Motet. Lassus. No. 6 in Il.a33.a64; etc 



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COLONNA. 

Leo. 

Martini, G. B. 
Sicut in holocaustis. Motet, Mozait. 
Palbstrima. Werke. Band 9. 



No. 9 in M.a33.a6.5 

No. 2 in M.a33.a6.5 

No. I in M.a33.a6.i»5 

No. 8 in M.a33.a6.i,4 

No. 40 in M.1 56.50 

MJo4oa.66.9 



Sicut lilium inter spinas. Mass. Palestrina. Werke. Band 

14. MJ040a.66.14 

Sicut lilium inter spinas. Motet. Palbstrina. Werke. Band 

1, 4< MJk>4oa.66.z^ 

SkuV mater consolatur. Anthem. Eberlin. No. 4 in 11.a91.43 
Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 7. MJo4oa.67.7 

Sicut ovis. Anthem. Palistrina. Werke. Band 32. 

MJ040a.66.32 
Sicut rosa. Motet, Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band i. 

MJo4oa.67.z 
Sidtts ex claro veniens. Motet, Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 3. M.8o4oa.67.3 

Sie. Sang. Curschmann. Curschmann-Album. 

No. I in M.157.37 
Sie blaacn zum Abmarsch. Song, 

Jknsbm, a Ausgewahlte Lieder. No. 3 in M.157.37 

__WoLr, H. Spanisches Liederbuch. No. 38 in M.380.30 

Sie floh vor mir. Sang. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 40. 

No. 54 in M.244.5.3 
Sie fluestert leise: Gute Nacht. Sang. Art, F. Drei Ge- 

dichte. Op. 118. No. 13 in M.Z9a.2 

Sie ist so weiss. Sang. Grieg. Grieg- Album, i. 

No. 2 in M.155.16 
Sie liebten sich beide. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. 

Op. 31. , No. 4 in M.244.5.3 

Sie meinteti ob meiner Trunkenheit. Part-song. Mobhrino. 

Sechs Gesange. Op. 72, Heft 2. No. 9 in M.392.37 

Sie schallt» die Posaun'. Aria, Handel. No. 4 in M.204.37.X 
Sie, sie ist dahin. Canon, Mozart. Werke. Serie 7, Band 2. 

No. 42 in M.3X5.X.7.2 
Sie singt ein Lied. Song, Rurinstbin. Zwolf Lieder. Op. 

36. No. 12 in M.192.5 

stand auf ihres Schlosses Zinnen. Sang. Lindpaintner. 

No. 5 in M.380.22 
Sie weias etwas. Part-sang, Weinzibrl. No. 5 in M.a8o.6 
Sie werden aus Saba Alle kommen. Anthem. Bach, J. S. 

Werke. Jahrgang 16. MJ040.21.16 

Sie werdea euch in den Bann thun. Anthem, Bach, J. S. 

Werke. Jahrgang 10, 37, M.8040.21.10,37 

Sie wissen es nicht. Part-song. Art, F. 5 Lieder fur s. a. 

T. B. Op. 538. No. 5 in M.i58.a2 

Sie wisaen's nicht. Song. Strauss, R. Acht Lieder fur eine 

Singstimme. Op. 49. No. 15 in M.380.244 

Siebc^k, Gustav Heinrich Gottfried. 
Geistliche Lieder und Motetten. Fur den gemischten Chor 

und Orgel oder Pianoforte ad lib. componirt von Gustav 

Siebeck. Heft i. Eisleben. Reichardt. [1846.] 

No. 3 in M.i52.a9 
SiebeU Carl. 
Rheinfahrt. Ftir Baritonsolo, Mannerchor und Orchester 

componirt von Julius Tausch. No. 12 in M.ai2.i7 

Sieben Geislein, Die. Children's opera. For the Music see 

Humperdinck. For the Libretto see Wette. 
Sieben Maedchen in Uniform. Opera. For the Music see 

Angely. For the Libretto see Th^aulon de Lambert. 
Sieben Raben, Die. Opera. For the Music see Rheinberger, 

J. G. For the Libretto see Bonn. 
Sieben Schlaefer, Die. Oratorio. For the Music see Loewe, 

J. C. G. For the Libretto see Gieaebrecht 
Sieben Schwaben, Die. Opera. For the Music see Milloecker. 

For the Libretto see Wittmann, H. 
Sieben Siegel, Die. Song. Strauss, R. Fiinf Gedichte von 

Friedrich Riickert. Op. 46. No. 16 in M.38o.a4.3 

Sieben Todstinden, Die. Oratorio. For the Music see Gold- 

Schmidt, A. von. For the Libretto see Hamerling. 
Sieber, Ferdinand. 
The art of singing. Translated from the German, with 

the addition of an original chapter on the hygiene of the 



Sieber, Ferdinand. (Continued.) 

voice by F. Seeger. New York. Pond & Co. [1872.] 

M.375.XO 

Ave Maria, g^ratia plena, fur vierstimmigen Frauenchor. 

Magdeburg. Heinrichshofen. [186-?] No. 7 in M.i57*z5 

Ave Verum. t. or s. solo. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Un 

Falkenstein. Sacred music. Pp. 8, 9.) No. 17 in M.20Z.33 

Kurze Anleitung zum grtindlichen Studium des Gesanges. 

(ABC der Gesangskunst.) 2. vehmehrte Auflage. Leip* 

zig. Matthes. 1865. No. 2 in M.37a58 

Handbuch des deutschen Liederschatzes. Ein Catalog von 

10,000 Liedern, nebst einer Auswahl von Duetten und 

Terzetten. Berlin. Simon. 1875. No. 2 in M.Z4Z.Z 

Sieber, Jean Georges. 

Nocturne, Quatriime, pour forte piano, avec cor, ou violon, 

ou violoncelle, sur' la cavatine du Pirate de BellinL 

[Piano seul.] Paris. Sieber. [180-?] No. 12 in M.2Z0.6 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 19 in M.2zazo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] N0.20 in M.2ZO.12 

Same. [Partie de cor.] No. 21 in M.2zaz2 

Siebath, Joseph. 

A short Te Deum, in D major. [Accomp. for organ.] 2d 

edition. New York. Pond & Co. 1866. No. 18 in M.Z90.7 

Sieg, Der. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 8. 

M.317.Z.20.8 

Sieg der Zeit und Wahrheit. Oratorio. Handel. Werke. 

Lieferung 20. M.3i3.z«20 

Sieg, Der, des Glaubens. Oratorio. For the Music see Ries, 

F. For the Libretto see Ronsaeau, J. B. 
Sieg, Der, des Kreuzes. Oratorio. For the Music see Riotte. 

For the Libretto see Bernard, J. C. 
Sieg im Gesang. Cantata. For the Music and Libretto see 

Kretachmer. 
Siige, Le, de Corinthe. Opera. For the Music see RoaaiiiL 

For the Libretto see BalocchL 
Siege, The, of Belgrade. Opera, For the Music see Storace. 

For the Libretto see Cobb, J. 
Siege, The, of Corinth. Opera. For the Music see RoaaiiiL 

For the Libretto see BalocchL 
Siege, The, of Rochelle. Opera. For the Music see Balfe. 

For the Libretto see Ball, E. 
Siigel, A. 
Les deux model es. Opirette. Musique de G. Michiels. 

No. 2 in M.a57.30 
Siegel, Rudolf, editor. 
Schillings. Moloch. Musikalische Tragodie. M.378,6 

Siegea- und Festmarsch. For orchestra, Taubert, C. G. W. 

No. I in M.342.4a 
Siegeabotachaft. Part-song. Kreutzbr, C No. 3 in M.Z30.7 
Siegeageaang. Part-song. Art, F. No. 2 in M.35a.2Z 

Siegeageaang der Deutschen. Part-sang. Abt, F. 

No. I in M.35a.ai;etc 
Siegespsalm. Part-song. Faisst. No. 9 in M.35a.az 

Siegfried. Opera, For the Music and Libretto see Wagner, 

W. R. 
Siegfried-Idyll. Symphonic poem. Wagner, W. R. 

No.4inM.352.4 
Siegfrieda Sword. Song, Damrosch, L No. i in M.403.a6 

Siegroth, Hilarius von. 
Ouverture zu Emilia Galotti, Trauerspiel von' Lessing. Op. 
20. Partitur. Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [186-?] 

No. 3 in M.348.IO 
Sieh da, mein lieber Corydon. Part-song. Schein. Werke. 
Band 2. M4X4-i*a 

Sieh das ist Gottes Lamm. Anthem. Handel. 

No. 3 in M.ao2^3 

Siehe, der Fruhling wahret nicht. Song. Rubinstein. Sechs 

Lieder. Op. 33- No. 6 in M.i9a.5 

Siehe, es hat ueberwunden der Lowe. Anthem. Bach, J. S. 

Werke. Jahrgang 41. M.8o40.az4Z 

Siehe, ich will viel Fischer aussenden. Anthem. Bach, J. S. 

Werke. Jahrgang 20, Theil i. M.8o4aaz.90.z 

Siehe wie fein und lieblich ist es. Motet, Kiel. 6 Motetten. 

No. 2 in M.Z94.20 



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Siehe sn, dass deine Gottesfurcht nicht Heuchelei sei. 

Anthem, Bach, J. S Werke. Jahrgang 35. M.8o4aaz.35 

Siehtt du das Meer? Port-song, Mais. No. 10 in ii.aza.io 

Witt, F. No. i in M.37a30 

Sierra, La, es alta. Sang. Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 

10, Band 2. M.3z6.i.io.9 

Siete bello. Song, Gosdigianl £chos de la Toscane. Vol. 2. 

No. 15 in M.344.13.9 
Siete rose nigiadose. Song, Handxl. Werke. Lieferung 

51. M.3I3.I.5I 

Silete, venti. Motet, Handel. Werke. Lieferung 38. 

M.313.Z.38 
Sieverding, J. A. 
Missa tribus vocibus virilibus organis comitantibus. No. i. 

Part. Amstelodami. Roothaan. [186-?] No. i in M.90Z.92 

Sigh, The. Song, Wilkins. No. 25 in M.237.a 

Sigh no more, ladies. Part-song. 

Aluson. No. 41 in M.I57.93 

Macfarkbn, G. a No. 7 in M.195.14 

Stbvkns, R J. S. No.46inM.2ao.3.4;etc. 

Sigh no more, ladies. Song. 

Aknb, T. a No. 61 in M.az5.dz 

. Stbvkns, R J. S. No. 13 in M.a37.a 

Sigh not, fond shepherd. Part-song. Fbbbstti, G. 

No. 67 in M.a37.z5 
Siglis. GUe. Smakt, G. T. Collection of glees. 

No. 4 in M^35.8 
Sigiamondo. Opera. For the Music see Rossini. For the 

Libretto see Romani, F. 
SigiuL Opera. For the Music see Cowen. For the Li- 

BRBTTo see A Beckett, G. A 
Signal, Le. Opera. For the Music see Paget. For the Li- 

BBBTTO see Dubreuil, £. 
Signal, The, resounds. Part-song, Buck, D. No. 6 in M.39a.6 
Signale fiir die musikalische Welt. Begriindet von Bartholf 

Senff. Jahrgang 1-72. 1843-1914. Leipzig. Senff. 1843- 

1914. M.Z85.Z 

Signe de mort. Song, L'£pinb. Seines et chansons. 

M.i5842;etc. 
Signor dammi scienza. Madrigal. Palbstrina. Werke. 

Band 29. M.8o4oa.66.99 

Signor, II, di Pourceaugnac. Opera. For the Music see 

FranchettL For the Libbbtto see Pontana, F. 
Signor Fagotto, II. Opera. For the Music see Offenbach. 

For the Ljbbbtto see Truinet. 
Signor Formica. Opera, For the Music see Shitt For the 

Libbbtto see Keppel. 
Signor, le colpe mie. Part-song, Lassus. Simmtliche Werke. 

Band 6. M.8o4oa.67.6 

Signor Masoni. Fiction. Thaybb, A W. No. i in M.127.Z 

Signor Pascarello, II. Opera. For the Music see Potier. 

For the Libbbtto see Ribbing. 
Signor, se la tua grazia. Part-song, Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band 4* MJo4oa.674 

Signor sergente. Part-song, Donizbtti. No. 10 in M.ZS7.Z4.4 
Signora? Che? Duet, Donizbtti, G. No. 6 in M.aai.ao 

Signorino che pensate. Song, Sacchini. No. sin M. 120.29; etc. 
Sigurd. Cantata. For the Music see Krug. For the Li- 
bbbtto see Sonchay. 
Sigurd. Opera. For the Music see Reyer. For the Li- 
bbbtto see Dn Commun Dn Lode. 
Sigurd Jorsalfar. For orchestra. GaiBa No. 2 in M.406.50 

Sigurd Slembe. Symphonic poem. Svbndsbn. No. 5 in ^-aaS'^S 

Silas, Eduard. 
Mass for 4 voices and organ, with a special graduate and 

offertory for the feast of the Immaculate Conception. 

Op. 62. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1868?] 

No. 2 in M.aoi.aa 
The owl. Part song. (In Leslie. Cassell's Choral music. 

Pp. 189-192.) No. 45 in M.a35.io 

Softly fall the shades. [Part-song.] (In Leslie. Cassell's 

Choral music. Pp. 65-68.) No. 15 in M.a35.io 

Alto to b« fonnd fai Norello't Ptrt-«onc book. 
Song for spring. [Part-song.] (/» Leslie. Cassell's 

Choral music. Pp. 129-132) No. 30 in M.a3S.io 



Silas, Eduard. (Continued.) 
Symphonie, i« [en la]. Op. 19. [Partition.] London. 
Cramer, Beale & Wood. [1850.] M447.aa 

Silbemes Baechlein. Part-song. Cbwatau No. 154 in M.a46.aa 
Stobch. No. II in M.39a.a6 

Silberatein, August. 
Das Geisterheer. Dichtung. Fur Mannerchor und Or- 
chester komponirt von Ferdinand Hummel. 

No. I in M.aia.8 

Germanenzug. [Gedicht.] Fur Mezzo-Sopran und Bary- 

ton-Solo und Mannerchor mit Begleitung des Pian^orte 

componirt von John R Lund. No. 7 in M.aza.io 

SUcher, Friedrich. 

Aennchen von Tharau. [Mannerchor.] {In Eidgenoes- 

sischer Saengerverein. Wettgesange bei dem iite . . . 

Sangerfeste. P. 18.) No. 9 in M.130.7 

Alto to be found in Orphent ; Dat Rfitli. 

Barbarossa. Volksweise. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Rutli. 
Pp- 339f 340.) No. 141 in M.Z474 

Der Barde. Mannerchor. (In Eidgenoessischer Saen- 
gerverein. Wettgesange bei dem late . . . Sangerfeste. 
P. 12.) N0.8inM.13a7 

Der Geliebten. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Rutli. Pp. 402, 
4030 No. 169 in M.I474 

Hoffe das Beste! [Mannerchor.] (In Das Rutli. Pp. 504, 
505*) No. ai z in M.Z47^. 

Lebewohl. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Riitii. Pp. 410, 411.) 

No. 173 in M.z47^. 

Der Lindenbaum. [Mannerchor.] New York. Schubertli 
& Co. [188-?] No. 29 in li.39a.a5 

Mahnruf. [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoessischer Saenger- 
verein. Wettgesange bei dem iite ! . . Sangerfeste. 
P. 6.) No. 9 in 11.130.7 

My dearie. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.]. (In The Osgood Col- 
lection of part songs. Vol. 2, p. 45.) M.i93.a3.a 

Schottischer Barden-Chor [t. t. b. b.]. (In Regensburger 
Liederkranz. Pp. 72, 73,) No. 31 in M.ia9a^4 

Der Schweizer. [Mannerchor.] (In Kantonal-Saengerfest, 
Wyl. Mannerchore fur das 6te ... Sangerfest. P. 13.) 
Alto to be fonnd in Dm lUtll. No. 5 in 11.130.7 

Silcher-Album. Funfzig beliebte Volkslieder fur Manner- 
chor herausgegeben von Heinrich Pfeil. Leipzig. Peters. 
[188-?] No. 4 in M.370.30 

Cofitgnts. — Du KlotteHrittldn. — Wohia mlt der Frctid'? — Die 
Soldatenbniut. — Der LindcnbAum. — Aennchen voa Tharev. — licin 
dgen toll tie icin. — Bunchenluat. — Im MeL — Untcrlinderi Hclni- 
weh. — Schwibiaches Liebetliedcben. — Der Wanderer. — Der Soldat. 

— Der Wirthtn Toch'terlein. — Frlsch getnngent — Hoffe dee Beste t 

— Soldetenabachied. — Altea Minnelied. — Der gate Kamerad. — 
Lore-Ley.— Untrcue. — Die drd Rftaelein. — ScUacht-Lied.— Hirten- 
Uebe. — Die Auaerwahlte. — '■ Hers. — Ud Maidle. — Die Tranemdc 

— Hersensweh. — Uein Schluerl itt bflbadi. — Scfawibiachea Tana- 
liedchen. — LcbewohL — Der brave Rdtcrtnann. — AbacUed. — In 
der Feme. — Zum Auamarach. — Werbung. — Die Fremdenlegion. — 
O Tanncnbamn. — Die Deutachcn vor Belgrad. — OberBchwibladiea 
Tanzliedchen. — Trcue Liebe [swd Lieder]. — Schottlicher Bardcn- 
chor. — Liebesqual. — Schwabiach. — Untreoc. — Die Fruhlingfseit. 

— Liebeascherz. — Der traurige Bna. — Der Schwdzer. 

The singer's grave. [Part-song, t. T. B. a.] (In Mosenthal. 
Songs of the Mendelssohn Glee Club. Pp. 42, 43.) 

No. 1 1 in 11.904.38 

Der Soldat. [Mannerchor.] (In Kantonal-Saengerfest, 

Wyl. Mannerchore ftir das 6te . . . Sangerfest. P. 14.) 

Alao to be found in Daa Batli. No. 5 in li.X3a7 

Stirb, Lieb' und Freud'! [Mannerchor.] (In Das Rutli. 

Pp- 515* 516.) No. 216 in M.I47^. 

Swabian folksong. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] (In The Osgood 

Collection of part-songs. Vol. i, p. 97.) If.i93.93.z 

Wohin mit der Freud'? [Mannerchor.] (In Das RutlL 

Pp. 349-352.) No. 147 in M.Z474 

Silen di rose ha '1 volto. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche 

Werke. Band 10. MJI040a.67.10 

Silence, ye jades. Catch. Abnb, T. A. No. 70 in ii.aao.io 

Silent happiness. Part-song, Raff. No. 22 in ll.Z95.z.t7 

Silent land, The. Part-song. Gaul. No. 9 in 11. 157.25 

Silent night. Part-song. Barnby. No. 39 in ll.z57.93 

Weber, C. M. F. £. von. No. 25 in ll.246.36; etc. 

Silent river. Part-song. Watson, W. M. No. 28 in II.Z21.3 



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Silent shady myrtle grove, A. Glee [a. t. &]. (/m Bland. The 
Ladies' collection. Vol. 4» PP- 458> 459-) 

No. 96 in M.335.X7.4 

Silent tide, The. Pari-song. Pinsuti. No. ao in M.195.1.X6 

Silensio facciasi. Part-simg. Saubu. No. 19 in M.Z99M3*' 

Silesia. Musk, Hoffmann, C. J. A Die Tonkiinstler 

Schlesiens. Ein Beitrag znr Kunstgeschichte vom Jahre 

960 bis 1830. Breslau. 1830. M.376.Z8 

TIm laat two PM** v* bovnd in the front of the book. 

Siletc^ventL MoUt. Handbl. Werke. Lieferttng38. M.3Z3.X.38 

Silfo, II, e la inammola. Sang. Mariani, A. xxii melodic. 

No. I in ll.158.a8 

Sill, Edward Rowland, iranslaiar. 
Rau, H. Mozart A biographical romance. New York. 
1868. M.X04.33 

Sill, Louise Morgan. 
Musicians in rhyme for childhood's time. By Rebekah 
Crawford and Louise Morgan Sill. New York. [1890.] 
Portraits. Plates. M.zax.g 

Silla. Optra, For the Music see HandeL Werke. Lieferung 
61. For the Libretto see AnfosaL 

Silly Sylvan, A, kissing heav'n bom fire. Madrigal, Wilbvb. 
Works. Vol. 2. No. 26 in M.a34.Z9.a 

CwiyeTU [Siluety]. SwUe, Abenski. No. 3 inures.! 

SilTain. Optra, For the Music see Qr6try, A. £. M. For 
the Libbbtto see Marmontel, J. F. 

SilTana. Optra. For the Music see Weber, C. M. F. E. von. 
For the Libbbtto see Heimer; also Paaquf. 

Silvana. Ovtrturt, Wbbbb, C. M. F. E. von. No. i in M.344.Z6 

SilYano. Optra, For the Music see Maacagni. For the 
Libbbtto see Tftrgioni-TosaettL 

Silver, Charles. 
La belle au bois dormant. Faerie lyrique en quatre actes 
et neuf tableaux dont un prologue. Poime de Michel 
Carr^ et Paul Collin. Musique de Ch. Silver. [Parti- 
tion piano et chant.] Paris. Grus. 1901. Plate. 

M.38Z4X 
Le clos. Op^ra-comtque en quatre actes (d'apris le roman 
d'A. Achard). Po^e de Michel Carr^. Musique de Ch. 
Silver. Partition chant et piano. Paris. Choudens. 
1906. M.389.Z8 

L'interdit. Seine Ijrrique de £douard Noel. Musique de 
Ch. Silver. Partition piano et chant. Paris. Heugel & 
cie. [1891.] No. I in M.ao4.a9 

Tobie. Mystire en quatre Episodes de Paul Collin. Mu- 
sique de Ch. Silver. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. 
Grus. [ 189-?] No. 2 in M.a4o.io 

SilTer cloud, The. Cantaia. For the Music see Abt, F. For 
the Libbbtto see Ozenford, E. 

SilTer moonlight winds are blowing. Pari-song. Chbisty, E 
P. No. 53 in M.i57.5.a 

Silver queen, The. Part-song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 30 in M.Z57.19; etc. 

Silver slipper. The. Optra, For the Music see Barrett, T. 
For the Libbbtto see Davia, J. 

Silver streamlet. The. Part-sang, Babnby. No. 85 in M.157.5.2 

Silver swan. The. [Catch for 3 voices.] (In The Harmonist. 
Vol. I, p. 76.) No. 19 in M.ai84Lz 

Alio to be foand in Social harmoay. 

Silver swan, The. Part-sang, 

Gibbons, O. No. 25 in M.2ao.3.3; «tc. 

Smith, J. S. No. i4in M.235.x7.i;etc. 

SUveri, Domenico, Cantt. 

Giuditta. Melodramma biblico in 4 atti di M. Marcello. 

Musica del Conte Domenico Silveri. Riduzione per 

canto e pianoforte. Milano. Lucca. [1885.] Portrait. 

M.39g.6o 
Silvery Christmas bells. Part-sang. Randeggbb. 

No. 21 in ll.157.a3 
Silveatre, Armand. See Silvestre, Paul Armand. 
Silveatre, Paul Armand. 
Charlotte Corday. Drame lyrique. Musique de Alexandre 
Georges. M.38a.a4 

Contes de Noel. Suites mignonnes. Par J. Burgmein. 

No. 3 in M.ao4.a9 



Silveatre, Paul Armand. (Cantmntd.) 
Coquelicot. Op^ra comique. Musique de Louis Vamey. 

M.3a5.S 
La czarine. Grand-op^ra. Musique de Gaspar Villate. 

M.3a6.x 

Dimitri. Op^ra. Paroles de H. de Bomier & A. Silvestre. 

Musique de Victorin Jonci^es. M.366.X7 

Les drames sacr^s. Potoe dramatique en un prologue et 

dix tableaux en vers. [Par] Armand Silvestre et Eugene 

Morand. Avec musique de Ch. Gounod. [Words only.] 

Paris. Kolb. [1893.] M.373.X5 

Le feu celeste. Cantate pour soprano solo, choeurs, or- 

chestre, orgue et un r^citant. Musique de C. Saint- 

Saens. No. 3 in M^o6.75 

Galante aventure. Op^ra-comique de Louis Davyl 

[pseud.] et Armand Silvestre. Musique de E. Guiraud. 

M.a76.X2 
Henry VIII. Op^ra. Poime de L^nce D^troyat & Ar- 
mand Silvestre. Musique de Camille Saint-Saens. 

M.3az.i8 
Izeijl. Drame indien de Armand Silvestre & Eug^e 
Morand. Musique de seine de Gabriel Piemi. 

No. X in M.300.9 

Joceljrn. Op^ra, tiri du poime de Lamartine par Armand 

Silvestre et Victor Capoul. Musique de Benjamin 

Godard. M.a66.5 

Le mari d'un jour. Opera comique. Paroles de MM. A. 

d'Ennery [pseud.] & Armand Silvestre. Musique de 

Arthur Coquard. M.a85.a9 

Messaline. Trag^ie lyrique de Armand Silvestre & 

Eugene Morand. Musique de Isidore de Lara. M.396.30 

Myrto. Musique de £douard Cazaneuve. No. 2 in M.Z94.7 

Nfire. Seine lyrique. Musique de Georges Palicot. 

No. 2 in M.ao3.39 
L'orage. Drame lyrique. Musique de J. Urich. 

No. 2 in M.3a4.a8 

Pedro de Zalamea. Opira. Poeme de Lionce D^troyat 

et Armand Silvestre. Musique de Benjamin Godard. 

M.a564a 
Le pilote. Opira. Musique de J. Urich. M.3a4.3o 

Poeme d'hiver. Musique de J. Massenet. No. 3 in M.3S4.ao 
Poeme pastoral. Seines de Florian et d' Armand Silvestre. 
[Musique de] J. Massenet. No. 4 in M.ax3.xx 

La tempete. Poime symphonique. Paroles de Armand 
Silvestre et Pierre Berton, d'apris Shakespeare. Mu- 
sique de Alphonse Duvernoy. M.305.3X 
Les Templiers. Opira. Poime de Jules Adenis [pseud.] 
Armand Silvestre, & Lionel Bonnemire. Musique de 
Henry Litolff. M.3o6.a3 
Silveatri, Ludovico Settimo. 
Delia vita e delle opere di Gioachino Rossini. Milano. 
1874. Portrait. Facsimiles. M.X4X.24 
Silvia. Opera. For the Music see Gioaa. For the Libretto 

see Bologneae. 
Siabad le marin. Optra. For the Music see Pilate. For 

the Libbbtto see Julian. 
Simeon. Sang. Cornbuus. Werke. Band i. M.4i4.ao.x 
Simile, The. Sang, Mendelssohn- Babtholdy, J. L F. Songs. 

No. 36 in M.a44.ax 

SimUe est regnum coelorum. Mass, Vittobia. Opera. 

Tomus 2. M.3i3.a.a 

Simiot, Andri. 

Les deux clarinettes. Opira-comique en i acte. Paroles 

de Mr* Adolphe Favre et Adolphe Stel. Musique de 

Andri Simiot. [Partition chant et piano.] Paris. 

Richault. [ 1864.] No. 5 in M.3aa.x6 

La gageure d'Ali- Boron. Opira-comique en i acte. Paroles 

de H. Lefebvre et Jacques Lambert. Musique de Andri 

Simiot. [Partition piano et chant.] Paris. Richault. 

[ 1863.] No. 3 in M.377.a9 

Les mariis de Nanterre. Operette en i acte. Paroles de 

H. Gourdon de Genouillac. Musique de A. Simiot. 

[Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Bathlot. [1875.] 

No. I in M.300.5 
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Paroles de Henry Boisseaux. Musique d'Andri Simiot. 
[Partition chant et piano.] Paris. Ricliault. [1854.] 

No. 4 in M.3aa.i6 
Un suicide en partie double. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles 
de Ed. Belval [pseud.]. Musique de Andr^ Simiot. [Par- 
tition chant et piano.] Paris. L'auteur. [1868.] 

No. 6 in M.39a.i6 
Simiot, Andr^, editor. 
GuiMR. Le feu du ciel. No. 3 in M.155.15 

Simma, Frank H. 
My love beyond the sea. A four-part song. (M Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 16, pp. 143-147.) 

No. 24 in M.X95.X.16 

Simon, , AhU, 

Guide du chantre, contenant: i. Les principes du plain- 
chant. 2. Le c6r6monial des chapiers i Tusage du 
diocese de Rouen. 2e Edition. Rouen. M^gard. 1845. 

M.372.38 
Simon, Henry Abel, editor. 
Annuairk general de la musique et des soci^t^s chorales et 
instrumentales de France. Paris. 1888. M.zxa.99 

Simon, Joseph Philippe. 
Le bon gar^on. Op^ra comique. Paroles.de MM. Anicet 
Bourgeois & Lockroy [pseud.]. Musique d'Eugine 
Provost. M.a54.3x 

Bonsoir, Mr PantalonI Op^ra comique. Poeme de Lock- 
roy [pseud.] et de Morvan. Musique par Albert Grisar. 

M.294.34; etc. 
Le chien du jardinier. Op6ra comique. Paroles de Lock- 
roy [pseud.] et Cormon [pseud.]. Musique par Albert 
Grisar. No. 2 in M.276.S 

La croix de Marie. Op^ra comique. Poeme de MM. Lock- 
roy [pseud.] et d'Ennery [pseud.]. Musique de Aim^ 
Maillart. M^oaH ; etc. 

Les dragons de Villars. Opira comique. Paroles de Lock- 
roy [pseud.] et d'Ennery [pseud.]. Musique de Aim^ 
Maillart. M.36640 

La f6e Carabosse. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Lockroy 
[pseud.] et Cogniard. Musique de Victor Mass6. 

M.247.32 

La reine Topaze. Op^ra-comique. Paroles de Lockroy 

[pseud.] et Battu. Musique de Victor Mass^. 11.a47.31 

Suzanne. Op6ra comique de Lockroy [pseud.] et Cormon 

[pseud.]. Musique de Paladilhe. M.277.39 

Simon Boccanegra. Opera. For the Music see Verdi. For 

the LiBRBTTo see PiaTe. 
Simon de Montfort. Opera. For the Music see Germain. 

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Simon Peter. Sunday school service. Bammall. 

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Simon Petnis. Oratorio. For the Music see Meinardus. 
Simon Pure Braas. Opera. For the Music see FarrelL For 

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Libretto see Fontana, F. 
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Simoneau, . See Simonneau, Jacques Guillaume. 

Simonneau, Jacques Guillaume. 

GossBC, F. J. Le triomphe de la loi en Thonneur de 
Simoneau. [Choeur, a. t. & Accomp. de piano.] 

11.380.14 
Simpatia, La. Song. Panofka. Soirees de Londres. 

No. 5 in M.944.Z8 
Simple chanaon. Song. Vaucorbeil. Melodies. 11.a13.a5 

Simple hiatoire. Cantata. For the Music see Lenglet. 
Simple Simon. Opera. For the Music see Sloane. For the 

Librbtto see Bamet 
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Simplicitaa justorum diriget eos. Mass. Nicou-Choron. 

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Simplidua, Der. Opera. For the Music see Hnber» H. For 

the Libretto see Bartholdy. 
Simpaon, Arthur. 
Secret memoirs of Madame Catalan!. Bath. Gye. 1811. 

No. 7 in li.x44.18 
Simpaon, Christopher. 
A compendium: or, introduction to practical music. 5th 
edition, enlarged. London. Young. 1714. Ii.xx9a4 
Simpaon, H. P. 
The contented labourer. A ballad [s. or t.]. Accomp. for 
pianoforte. Oxford. Hardy. [18—?] No. 6 in ll.235.14 
Simpaon, James F. 
The arrow and the song. Four-part song. London. 
Jefferys. N.d. [The Choral Society. 15.] 

No. IS in 11.121.3 
Simpaon, James F., editor. 

SuLUVAN, A. S. The miller & his man. No. i in IC.277.23 
Simpson, John Palgrave. 
The bravo's heir. Operetta. Music by Palgrave Simpson. 

11.27740 
Letty, the basket maker. Comic opera. Composed by M. 
W. Balfe. M.390.4S 

Simpson, John Palgrave, translator. 
Weber, P. C. M. M. von. Carl Maria von Weber. Lon- 
don. 1865. 2 V. IC.ZOI.6 
Simpson, Palgrave. 
The bravo's heir. Operetta in i act. Words by J. Pal- 
grave Simpson. Music by Palgrave Simpson. [Accomp. 
for piano.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] 

M.27740 
Simpson, William John Sparrow. 
The crucifixion. A meditation on the passion of the Holy 
Redeemer. The music by J. Stainer. No. i in 11.156.5 
St. Mary Magdalen. A sacred cantata. The music by 
John Stainer. No. 3 in M.I56.5 

Simrock, Carl Joseph. 
Walther von Birbach. Legende. Fur Solostimmen und 
gemischten Chor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte com- 
ponirt von Ferdinand Hiller. No. 2 in 11.39x45 

Simrock, Carl Joseph, translator. 
Bruch.. Rorate coelt. No. 2 in li.970.19 

ZiiCMERiCANN, B. Bin Wintermarchen. li.38x.75 

Sima, George Robert 
Blue eyed Susan. Comic opera. Written by Geo. R. Sims 
& Henry Pettitt. Music by F. Osmond Carr. li.945.x 
Dandy Dick Whittington . [Opera.] Music by Ivan Caryl! 
[pseud.]. M.395.X3 

The dandy Fifth. An English military comic opera. Com- 
posed by Clarence C. Corri. ll.389.36 
A dress rehearsal. Musical sketch. The music by Louis 
Diehl. No. 5 in li.977.93 
Faust up to date. Burlesque opera. Written by Geo. R. 
Sims & Henry Pettitt. Music by Meyer Lutz. li.a47.3 
Little Christopher Columbus. Written by Geo. R. Sims 
and Cecil Raleigh. Music by Ivan Caryll [pseud.]. 

M.395-I5 
Simson. Oratorio. See Samson. 

Since first I saw your face. Madrigal. Ford, T. 

No. 18 in M.a35.7.x ; etc 

Since I'm born. Duet. Webbb, S. No. 244 in 11.392494; etc 

Since my Phillis is fall'n. Catch. 

Clarke, J. No. 4 in li.aaa5.x 

Festing. No. 18 in li.xxo.x.x; etc 

Since neither tunes of joy. Madrigal. Bennbt, J. Madrigals. 

No. I in M.a34.22 

Since on the cross I saw Him. Anthem. Luther. 

No. 9 in Ii.x57.a8.x 

Since Phillis has bubbled. Catch. Smith, J. S. 

No. 33 in li.xxax.x; etc. 

Since times are so bad. Duet. Purcell, H. Beauties of 

Purcell. Vol. 2. M.a2x.a.2 

Sinclair, George Robertson. 

Appreciation of Sir Frederick Ouseley as a musician. (In 

Joyce. F. W. The life of the Rev. Sir F. A. G. Ouseley. 

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F. E. TOIL Sammtliche Lieder. Band i. No. 31 in M.S44.7 
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Concert (Des-dur) fiir Pianoforte und grosses Orchester. 
Partitur. Kopenhagen. Hansen. [189-?] 

No. I in M.333.Z8 

^isodes'chevaleresques. Suite pour orchestre. Opus 35. 

Grande partition. Leipzig. Peters. [1898.] M.404.z8 

Koncert (A-dur) fur Violine und Orchester. Op. 45- Piir- 

tttur. Kopenhagen. Hansen. [1899.] No. i in M^04.i9 

Concert No. 2 (D dur) fiir Violine mit Begleitung des Or- 

chesters. Opus 60. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [189-?] 

No. 2 in M^o5.58 
Quartett (A moll) fiir 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncell. Op. 
7a Leipzig. Peters. [1905.] No. 4 in M^xaa.!! 

Quintett (E moll) fur Pianoforte, 2 Violinen, Viola und 
Violoncell. [Partitur.] 2. Auflage. Kopenhagen. Han- 
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Same. [Stimmen.] 4 v. No. 16 in M.azi. 6.1-4 
Rondo infinito fur grosses Orchester. Op. 42. Partitur. 
Kopenhagen. Hansen. [1898.] No. i in 11.405.58 
Symphonic, D moll, fur grosses Orchester. Op. 21. [Par- 
titur.] Leipzig. Peters. [1893?] M^iaa 
Til Molde, af Bjornstjerne Bjornson. (Tysk Oversaettelse 
af Emma Klingefeld. Engelsk Oversaettelse af R. B. 
Anderson.) For Baryton-Solo, Kor og Pianoforte kom- 
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No. 3 in M.39Z.58 
Trio fur Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 23. [Par- 
titur und Stimmen.] Kopenhagen. Hansen. [189-?] 
3 parts in I V. M404.68 

Sine Cerere et Bacho friget Venus. Part-song, Swbklinck. 
Werken. Deel 9. M4Z3.9.9 

Sine nomine. Mass, Palbstrina. Werke. Band 10, 11, 14, 
15, 18. M.8o4oa.66.zo,zi,z4,z5,i8 

Sine titulo. Mass. Palbstbina. Werke. Band 24. 

M.8o4oa.66.94 
Sinicure, Une, de troupier. Opera. For the Music see Ro« 

billard. For the Ljbbbtto see Quentin. 
Sinfonietta. Symphony, NovXCbx. No. 2inM4za9i 

Rbgbb. IL406.57 

Sinfoniache Fuge. For orchsstra. Koch. No. 2 in 11^03.88 
Sing a song of praise. Anihem, Stainbb. No. 15 in M.i95.a.9 
Sing a song of sixpence. Madrigal. Macpabbbn, G. A 

No. 25 in M.Z57.a8.z 
Sing, all ye muses. Dust. Pubcbll, H. 

No. 219 in M.915.2Z ; etc. 
Sing alleluia forth. Anthem, Buck, D. No. 16inM.290.zz 
Sing aloud with gladness. Motet, Wbslby, S. 

No. 19 in M.Z95.2.Z9 

Sing and rejoice. Antiiem. Babnby. No. 13 in M.Z58,Z3 

Tbubttb. No. 22 in M.203.99 

Sing heigh-ho. Part-song, Habbis, V. No. 7 in M.ao3.Z5 

Macpabbbn, G. A No. 32 in 11.Z95.Z.3 

Sing joyfully unto God. Anthem, Bybo. 

No. 25 in M.a33.23.9; etc. 
Sing loud a jojrful strain. Part-song, Gluck. 

No. 36 in M.Z57.28.Z 

Sing merrily now. Catch, Aldbich, H. No. 4 in M.2ao.5 

Sing^ O heavens. Anthem. Boycb. Services and anthems. 

Vol. I. M.933.3.Z 

Kbnt. No. 10 in M.99a99.2; etc. 

Lucas, C. No. 27 in m.z 57.3 

Mackbmzib, a C. No. 16 in M.195.2.Z4 

MuDiB. Sacred songs. No. 10 in M.28a30 

SULUVAN, A S. No. 29 in M.934.ZO 

Singy O ye heavens. Anthem, 

Cbuicksbank. No. 30 in M.903.26 

WooDWABD, R. No. 43 in M.zzz.4.2 

Sing old rose and burn the bellows. [Glee for 3 voices.] (In 

Flowers of harmony. Vol. i, pp. 84-86.) 

No. 50 in M.157.Z8.Z 
Sing out ye nymphs. Madrigal. Bbnnbt, J. Madrigals. 

No. I in M.934.22 



Sing praises to God. Response. Blodgbtt. Anthems, re- 
sponses and hymns. No. 4 in M.203.9 
Sing praises to the Lord. Anthem, Boycb. Services and 
anthems. Vol. i. M.233.3.Z 
Cboft. No. 18 in M.z95.a.8; etc. 
Sing praises unto God. Canon. Cboft. No. 66 in M.zzz.4.2 
Sing praises unto the Lord. Anihem, Gounod. 

No. 5 in M.z57.3z ; etc. 
Sing, sing, music was given. Part-song, Bbbwbb, J. H. 

No. 8 in M.203.ZO 
Sing the battle. Carol. Monk:, E. G. No. ioinM.z54.z9;etc. 



Sing to Jehovah. Anthem. Gbaun. 
Sing to the Lord. Anthem. 

Naumann, J. G. 

Smabt, H. 

Tye. Motetts for 4 voices. 
Sing unto God. Anthem. Cboft. 

Deablb. a Te Deum, &c. 

Dupuis, T. S. 

Handbl. 

Pattbn. 6 anthems. 



No. 7 in ll.290.a9.9 

No. 19 in M.aoz.37 

No. 15 in M.Z95.9.8 

No. 8 in M.236.Z6; etc 

No. 14 in M.99aaa.2; etc. 

M.233.17 
No. 71 in M.290.aa.z 
No. 27 in M.29Z.92.3; etc. 
No. 4 in M.28a32 
Sing unto the Lord. Anthem. 

Bbale, W. a collection of 13 glees. No. 5 in M.Z58.30 

BoYCE. Services and anthems. Vol. 2. M.233.3.2 

Clabkb-Whitfbu). Services and anthems. VoL i. M.233.4.Z 
Cboft. 30 select anthems. Vol. i. M.933.6.Z 

Gbebnb, M. No.9inM.936.30.3;etc 

HiLBS, H. 

Mbndelssohn-Babtholdy, J. L F. 



novbllo, v. 
Richmond. 
Tye. 

Wbbbb, S. 12 anthems. 
Sing we and chaunt it. Madrigal. 

MOBLBY. 

Pbabsall. 
Sing we merrily. Anthem. 

Estb, M. 
Sing ye merrily. Anthem, 
Sing ye praises. Anthem, 
Sing ye to God. Anthem, 
Singakademie, Berlin. 

LiCHTENSTEIN, M. H. 

Akademie in. Berlin. 



No. 40 in M.Z90.3 

The 98th Psalm. 

No. I in M.980.Z6; etc. 

No. 53 in M.158.Z8; etc. 

No. 5 in M.340.Z5 

No. 8 in M.933.a3.9 

No. 2 in 11.934.7 



No. 40 in M.935.Z0; etc 

No. 25 in M.Z95.Z.Z0; etc. 

Child, W. No. i in M.933.23.3 

No. 3 in M.934.96; etc. 

MozABT. No. 7 in M.933.z8.9 

ViTTOBiA. No. 16 in 11.937.98 

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Singende Blumen. Part-song. Gbabbn-Hoffmann. 

No. 5 in ll.944.zz 
Singenthal, Das. Cantata. For the Music see Brandts-Buys. 

For the Libbetto see Uhland. 
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Raff. Cavatina pour violon et piano. No. 4 in 11.349.95 
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Der Schwur. Oper. Musik von Wilh. Reich. 

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Der Weise von Cordova. Komische Oper. Musik von 
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Sinico, Giuseppe. 

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Spartaco. Melodramma tragico in 4 atti di Ernesto 

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Sinke hinab, ambrosische Nacht. Part-song. Abt, F. Vier 
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Sinngedicht Song. Rubinstein. Zwolf Lieder. Op. 78. 

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Sint lumbi vestri praecincti. Motet. Moreira. 

No.46inM.a6o.a4.x 

Sintram. Symphony. Strong. u^^sfiJa^ 

Sion, montagne auguste. Trio. Lacome d'Estalenx. 12 

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M4Z3.X.94 
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Sirs, the serpentine river. Catch. Berg, G. No. 219 in ii.aao.9.1 
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Sit down and sing. Madrigal. Weelkss. First set of madri- 
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L. van Beethoven, C-dur Messe. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. 
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L. van Beethoven, Neunte Symphonic in D-moll. Erlau- 
tert. Frankfurt a. M. Bechhold. [1894.] No. 4 in M.3X7.xa.z 

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Robert Schumann, i. Symphonic (in B-dur, Op. 38). Er- 
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4, 47, 4S of Der Utasilcfiihrcr. 

Studien und Charakteristiken. 1-3. Hamburg. Voss. 

1889. 3 V. lC.373.x6 

CoHttnts. — I. Bunte BUtter: Voo fihrendem Voike; Bajrrcutlier Bricfe; 
Die Mudk als Anadnick ; Eia neoee Bnch too Ed. Hanallek; Die nordi- 
■chen Voliciweiflen; ICuaikerbrieie ant fihif Jahrhondertea ; Zur Ge- 
ichichte dea Tansca ia Deutaehland ; Daa Theater und Draaaa der 
Chineien; Eine neiie Dramaturgie der Oper; Eine nene KUWatur Toa 
Paul rom Janlc6; Daa Eaelafeat in Frankreidi. a. Kfinatler-Charakteria- 
tiken: Wagner und Liast; Robert Schumann; F. David und die Faa^ilie 
Mendelatohn-Bartholdy ; Hana t. Bfilow ab Diriccnt und Pianiat; 
Marcella Sembrich; Hermann Winkelmann; Ednard Mancaen; Jo- 
hannea Brahma ala Symphonilcer. — Aua dem Koaaertaaal: Eine aeoe 
Symphonie von Rubinatein; AchiUeua von Max Brueh; Prina Reuas 
und leine Symphonie; Peter Tachidkowaky ala Oreheaterkomponiat ; 
Anton Bruckner und seine sicbente Symplionle; Sigurd. Konsertepoa 
▼on Arnold Krug. 3. Alte und neue Opern : Jesaonda, von Spohr ; Die 
hohe Braut, oder die Pransoaen tot Nissa, too J. P. Kittl; Eine Nacht 
der Kleopatra, von V. ICaaa^; Domr5achen, von Ferd. Laager; Lore- 
ley, Ton Adolf Mohr; Auf hohen BefdhI, von Karl Reinecke ; Merlin, 
von Karl Goldmark ; Die Perlenfiscber, von George Biaet ; Der Cid, von 
J. Massenet; Verdis Othello; Fauat, von Heinrich Zdllner; Die drei 
PintoB von K. M. von Weber. — Mnaikalisrhe Gedcnktage: Karl Maria 
von Weber, sum iS. Desember 1886; Zum hundertjihrigen Todeatage 
C. W. Ritter von Glucka (15. November 18S7) ; Zum Don Juan-JuU- 
laum (29. Oktober 1887). — Aphoriamen. 

Situation, Eine. Song, Gadb. Lieder und Gesange. Heft i. 

No. 2 in M.x9a.3 
Sits' ich allein. Song. Schumann, R. A. Myrthen. Heft i. 

No. 2 in MJM4.IS.X 
Sitst ein Voglein widewide. Song. Taubekt, C. G. W. 

No. 10 in M.X9a.6 
SiTori, Ernesto Camillo. 
Adagio pour violon seul. Portrait. Fac-simile. (In 
Album du Gaulois. Vol. 2.) No. 23 in M.39x.a8.2 

Sivry, Charles de. 
Aveugle par amour. Op^rette en i acte. Paroles de 
Bertol-Graivil [pseud.]. Musique de Ch. de Sivry. [Par- 
tition chant et piano.] Paris. Durand, Schcenewerk & 
cie. [1882.] No. 3 in M.3a9.9 

Six demoiselles i marier. Opera. For the Music see Delibes. 

For the Libretto see Jaime.- 
Sjdmansflickan. Song. Kjerulf. S&nger och Visor. Band 

2. M.X5&47 

SJnla. Opera. For the Music see KaakeL For the Li- 

BRBTTO see Delmar. 

Skaiting duet. Duet, Dibdin, C No. 237 in M.ax5.2x 

Skeats, Highmore. 

How just and merciful is God. [Anthem. Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 47, 
48.) No. 31 in M.X57.34 

My soul, inspir'd by sacred love. [Anthem. Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 66- 
68.) No. 41 in M.X57.34 

O praise ye the Lord. [Anthem. AcQoihp. for organ.] 
(In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 79, 80.) 

No. 47 in M.X57.34 

O render thanks to God above. [Anthem. Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 75, 
76.) No. 45 in M.X57.34 



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Praise the Lord enthron'd on high. [Anthem. Accomp. 

for organ.] {In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 

84-86.) No. 50 in M.157.34 

Thou, Lord, by strictest search. [Anthem. Accomp. for 

organ.] (/m Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. i, 2.) 

No. I in M.X57.34 

Ye saints and servants of the Lord. [Anthem. Accomp. 

for organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 

Sif 5^.) No. 33 in 11.157.34 

Skeffington, Sir Lumley St. George, Baronet, 

The sleeping beauty. A grand legendary melodrama. 

Composed by Jno Addison. No. i in 11.391.9a 

Skelfingtoiiy Thomas Clotworthy Foster. 

Handy-book of musical art. London. Blackwood. [1858.] 

M.xoi.a8 
Skeleton, The, in armour. Cantata, For the Music see 

Poote. For the Libretto see Longfellow. 
Skelton, Edward Oliver. 
Commemorative record of the Handel and Haydn Society 
of Boston, 181 5-1903. By Fred P. Bacon and Edward O. 
Skelton. [Boston. 1903.] Portraits. u.zai^z 

Skeppet Song. Kjbkulf. S&nger och Visor. Band 2. 

M.Z58.47 
Sketchley» Arthur, pseud. See Rose, George. 
Skinner, Mose, pseud. See Brown, James £. 
Skinner, Ralph M. 
His Honor the Mayor. [Opera.] Book & lyrics by Chas. 
J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner. Music by Julian 
Edwards and Alfred £. Aarons. No. i in M.389.31 

SkUven Jagd. Cantata. For the Music see Mohr, H. For 

the LiBRBTTO see Haemmerle. 
Skogens foglar tystnen. Song. Kjbrult. S&nger och visor. 

No. 2 in lf.158.98 

Skolie. Part-song. Muehling, A No. 194 in ll.xa9a.43.6 

Wbnvt, J. G. No. 73 in M.ai3.9 

Skolie. Song. Schubbbt, F. P. Werke. Serie ao. Band 3, 4. 

M.3Z7.z.ao.3,4 
SkSn Karen. Opera. For the Music see Fabricina. For the 

LiintXTTO see Chriatianaen. 
Skovbaekken. Song. Kjbeulp. S&nger och Visor. Band 2. 

M.Z5847 
Skraup, Franz. See Skroup, Frantisek. 
SkriaUn, Aleksandr. 
Concerto en fa-di^e mineur pour piano, avec accomp. 
d'orchestre. Op. ao. Partition d'orchestre. Leipzig. 
Belaieff. 1898. No. 4 in ll.404.z5 

Le divin poime. See his Symphonic, Troisi^me. 
Le po^me de I'extase, pour grand orchestre. Op. 54. Par- 
tition d'orchestre. Leipzig. Belaieff. 1908. M.4zz.5a 
Reverie pour orchestre. Op. 24. Partition d'orchestre. 
Leipzig. Belaieff. 1899. No. 2 in M4za.zz 
Symphonic en mi pour grand orchestre et choeur. Op. 26. 
Partition d'orchestre. Leipzig. Belaieff. 1900. Ii.4za57 
Symphonic, Deuxi^me, en ut pour g^rand orchestre. Op. 
29. Partition d'orchestre. Leipzig. Belaieff. 1903. ll^o6.6o 
[Symphonic, Troisi^me.] Le divin poime. Troisiime sym- 
phonie (ut) pour grand orchestre. Op. 43. Partition. 
Leipzig. Belaieff. 1905. 11^06.86 
Skronp, Frantiiek. 
An ihre treue Brust. [Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 
8, pp. 19, 20.) No. 252 in M.Z99a.43.8 
Erwache aus deinem sussen Traume. [Mannerchor.] {In 
Orpheus. Band 4, pp. 24, 25.) No. 130 in Il.z29a43.4 
Ich kenne ein Bltimchen. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. 
Band 4, pp. 49, 50.) No. 143 in 11.1298.43.4 
Der Soldat auf seinem Post en. [Mannerchor.] {In Or- 
pheus. Band 7, pp. 12-14.) No. 221 in 11.1298.43.7 
Vergebliche Liebe. [Mannerchor.] {In Orpheus. Band 
7t PP* 3, 3.) No. 21 5 in 11.1298.43.7 
Sky-lark, The; or, gentlemen and ladies' complete songster. 
Being a complete collection of the most modern and 
celebrated American, English and Scotch songs. Wor- 
cester. Isaiah Thomas. 1797. ll.z29.102 
Figet are mlMinf at bcginninf and cod. The title It from SaUn. 



Sky lark. The. Part-song. Barnby. No. 18 in M.Z57.25; etc 
Slang, Musical. 
GouGBT, £. L'argot musicaL Curiosit^s anecdotiques et 
philologiques. Paris. 1892. II.Z2942 

Slatter, George Maximilian. 
Three anthems [Remember, O Lord; I will magnify Thee; 
■Rejoice in the Lord]; a Te Deum, Benedictus, Jubilate, 
Magnificat, & Nunc dimittis, in F major, a Te Deum, 
Jubilate, Cantate Domino, and Nunc dimittis in C major, 
three psalm tunes and eight chants. [Accomp. for 
organ.] London. Addison & Hollier. [1854.] 11.236.29 
Slaughter, A. Walter. 
An Adamless Eden. Comic opera di camera. The words 
by H. Savile Clarke. The music by W. A. Slaughter. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Boosey. & Co. 
[ 188-?] No. I in 11.322.32 

The babes in the wood, containing all the original music 
introduced in the pantomime, composed by Walter A. 
[sic] Slaughter. London. Cramer & Co. [190-?] 
The worda are from Tarioua aoorect. No. I in II.397.62 

Dandy Dan (The lifeguardsman). Musical comedy. Writ- 
ten by Basil Hood. Music by Walter Slaughter. Vocal 
score. London. Hop wood & Crew. [189-?] 

No. 2 in ll.38z.3a 
The French maid. Words by Basil Hood. Music by 
Walter Slaughter. Vocal score. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Ascherberg & Co. 1897. 

No. 2 in li.402.46 
Gentleman Joe. A musical play. Written by Basil Hood. 
Music by Walter Slaughter. Vocal score. London. 
Ascherberg & Co. 1895. No. 2 in ll.389.z6 

"His only coat." Operetta. Words by J. J. Dallas [Dilley]. 
Music by Walter A. Slaughter. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] Boston. Ditson & Co. [188-?] No. 2 in lC.3aa.3a 
Marjorie. A new English comic opera in 3 acts. Written 
by Lewis Clifton and Joseph J. Dilley. Music by Walter 
Slaughter. Vocal score. London. Hopwood & Crew. 
[1891.] M.328.Z5 

Slaughter, Walter A. See Slaughter, A. Walter. 
Slave, The. Opera, For the Music see Bishop, H. R. For 

the LiBBBTTO see Morton, T. 
Slave hunt, The. For the Music see Mohr, H. For the 

LiBBBTTo see HJImmerle. 
Slaves are they. Catch. Smith, J. S. No.6inM.a20.3.4;etc 
Slaves to the world. Catch. Nelhak. No. i56inM.zzaz.2;ete. 
Slaviache Rhapsodien. For orchestra. DvobAk. 

No. 2-4 in M.332.Z5 
Slaviache Tanze. For orchestra, DvoIAk. iC-344*S9 

Sleep and dream. Part-song, Mobgan, G. W. 

N0.6inll.az2.zz 

Sleep, downy sleep. Anthem. Clabkb. J. No. 15 in 11.157.28.2 
Sleep, gentle lady. Part-song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 7 in 11.157.23; etc 
Sleep, Holy Babe. Card. Aybbs, D. J. Christmas carols. 

No. 8 in M.Z5&Z3 
Sleep, my darling. [Welsh melody.] Harmonised for 3 
voices [s. s. B.]. {In The Choralist. Vol. i, series 4.) 

No. 41 in M.Z57.5.Z 
Sleep, my flower. Part-song, Kjbbulf. No. 44 in M.z5iB.z7 
Sleep, my lady. Part-song. Gbibel, A. No.26inll.203.zz;etc. 
Sleep, my sweet. Part-song, Hatton. No. 14 in M.205.ZO.Z 
Sleep on, my lovel Song. Kellbb, M. No. 28 in Miz9a.z3.2 
Sleep on, my sweetest joy. Song. Walby. No. 17 in ll.380.z8 
Sleep, poor youth. Glee, Smith, J. S. No. 47 in M.9ao.9.2 
Sleep I the bird is in its nest. Part-song, Babnby. 

No. 31 in M.Z57.23; etc 
Sleep I thou fearful lover's friend. Glee. Dixon, W. 

No. 5 in M.340.Z5 
Sleep, thou wild rose. Part-song, Abt, F. No. 26 in M.392.48.Z 
Sleep, wayward thought. Part-song. Dowland, J. 

No. 29 in if.235.z2; etc 

Sleep, while the soft evening breezes. Part-song. Bishop, 

H. R. No. 32 in If.z58.z3 

Sleep'at thou, brother. Duet. Pobteb, P. W. A collection 

of melodies. No. 2 in M .a36.2Z 



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Sleeper, The, awakened. Opera. For the Music see Mac- 
farren, G. A. For the Lidrbtto see Oxenford, J. 

Sleepers, awake. Chorus. Mendelssohn- Bartuoldy, J. L F. 
To God on high. No. 24 in 11.175.1.3 

Sleepers, wake. Anthem. Schnecker. No. 9 in 11.203.a9 

Sleeping beauty. The. Opera. For the Music see Addison; 
also Cowen; also Stratton, G. W. For the Libretto see 
Skeffington,' L. St. G.; also Hueffer; also Aumer. 
Sleeping queen, The. Opera. For the Music see Balfe. For 

the Libretto see Famie. 
Sleeping, waking, dreaming. Part-song. Otto, F. 

No. 30 in M.a46.36 
Sleeping, why now sleeping. Part-song. Bridge, £. S. 

No. 21 in Ii.a05.1aa 
Sleepless. Song. Mendblssobn-Bartholdy, J. L F. Songs. 

No. 19 in if.a44.az 
Sleigh ride. The. Song. Keller, M. No. 29 in m. 192.13.3 

Sleighbells, The. Part-song. Anderton. No. 9 in ll.244.1a5 
Slender's ghost. Glee. Rock, M. Beneath a churchyard yew. 

No. 16 in ll.a34.2.6 
Sloane, Alfred Baldwin. 
The mocking bird. A new romantic comedy opera in 
three acts. Libretto by Sydney Rosenfeld. Music by A. 
Baldwin Sloane. Vocal score. New York. Stern & Co. 
1902. 11.38142 

Sergeant Kitty. Book by R H. Burnside. Music by A. 
Baldwin Sloane. [Vocal score.] New York. Harris. 
[1903.] M.397.63 

Simple Simon. A Mother Goose extravaganza. The words 
by R. A. Barnet. The music by A. B. Sloane. [Accomp. 
for pianoforte.] Boston. White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Co. 1897* No. 2 in 11.391 .36 
The strange adventures of Jack and the bean-stalk. A 
fairy extravaganza. The words by R. A. Barnet. The 
music by A. B. Sloane. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Bos- 
ton. White-Smith Music Publishing Co. 1896. ll.246.17 
Appended It the progmnme of the flrtt perforaumee. 

Sloman, Robert. 

Constantia. A dramatic cantata. The words translated 

and adapted from the "Decameron" of Boccaccio (1358) 

by £. S. Righton. The music composed by R. Sloman. 

[Vocal score.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1896?] 

No. I in 11.38444 
Sloper, Frederick Lindsay. 
The birthday, an English scene. The music by Lindsay 
Sloper. The words by H. F. Chorlcy. [Accomp. for 
' pianoforte.] London. Chappell & Co. [ 185-?] ll.a8o.6o 
Sloper, Frederick Lindsay, editor. 
Hanover Square; a magazine of pianoforte and vocal music. 
London. 1867. M.156.5X 

Sloper, Lindsay. See Sloper, Frederick Lindsay. 
Slow and sadly tolling. Glee. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 21 in 1I.235.22.Z 
Slow fresh fount Glee. Horsley, W. No. ii in 11.234.3.3 
Slow men of London. Glee. Callcott, J. W. 

No. 10 in 11.2204; ^tc 
Slow, slow, fresh fount. Madrigal. Walmisley, T. A. 

No. 26 in 1I.I95.I.X6 

Slumber, dearest. Part-song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. 

L F. No. 39 in M.109.Z 

Slumber my darling. Song. Foster, S. C. No. 14 in 1I.38041.3 

Slumber on, baby dear. Part-song. King, O. 

No. 10 in 11.195.Z.17 

Slumber soft Part-song. MoEHRiNa No. 5 in M.392.48.1 

Slumber song. Port-song. Jolly. No. 4 in m. 21 2.8 

MacDowell. No. 16 in ll.158.17 

Slumber sweetly, dearest. Part-song. EisBNHorER. 

No. 17 in 11.205.10.4; etc. 
Slumberetta. Cantata. For the Music see Diehl. For the 

Libretto see Wjmn. 
Small, David. 
The lady of the lake. A poem by Sir Walter Scott. With 
the incidental songs set to music [principally by David 
Small]. New York. Small. [1885.] Portrait. M.121.18 



Smallwood, William. 

Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem. [Anthem. Accomp. for 
organ.] Boston. Schmidt. [1894.] No. 10 in ll.203.a9 
Smareglia, Antonio. 

Bianca da Cervia. Dramma lirico in 4 atti di Fulvio Ful- 
gonio. Musica di Antonio Smareglia. Riduzione per 
canto con accomp. di pianoforte. Milano. Lucca. 
[1882?] M. 246.18 

Cornelius Schut. Oper in 3 Acten von Luigi Illica. 
Deutsch von Ludwig Hartmann. Musik von Ant. 
Smareglia. Clavier- Auszug mit deutschem und italie- 
nischem Text. Leipzig. Hofbauer. 1893. ll.322.34 

Istrianische Hochzeit. (Nozze Istriane.) Drama in drei 
Aufziigen von Luigi Jllica. Fiir die deutsche Buhne 
ubertragen von Felix Falzari. Musik von Antonio 
Smareglia. Vollstandiger Auszug fur Pianoforte mit 
deutschem u. italienischem Text. Leipzig. Hofbauer. 
1894- M.394.32 

Oceana. Commedia fantastica in tre atti di Silvio Benco. 
Deutsch von Felix Falzari. Musica di Antonio Sma- 
reglia. Riduzione per canto e piano. Milano. Mariani. 
1902. 11.396.38 

Preziosa. Dramma lirico in tre atti. Canto e pianoforte. 
Milano. Lucca. [1879.] ll.383.38 

Der Vasall von Szigeth (II vassallo di Szigeth). Oper in 
3 Acten. Text von Luigi Illica und F. Pozza. Fiir die 
deutsche Buhne ubertragen von Max Kalbeck. Musik 
von Ant. Smareglia. Clavierauszug. Leipzig. Wein- 
berger. [18^?] M.32a.33 
Smart, Sir George Thomas. 

The butterfly's ball, or the grasshopper's feast. Canzonet- 
tina for three voices. London. The Author. [1839.] 

No. 5 in ll.220.fl9 

A collection of glees &: canons, &c. London. Addison & 
Lucas. [184-?] M.235.8 

ConUnts, — Queen of the tldet. — The bvtterflj't helL — The tquirTeL 

— Sight. — Aolic harp. — BpiUph on a ehfld. — Beeehut and Apollo. 

— On content, catch. — Canons: O lead me forth; Hear va, O Lord; 
Pretty warbler; Hide not Thy iaoc. 

A collection of sacred music. Vol. i. London. Addison 
& Lucas. [184-?] ii^33.i9 

ConUnts. — Te Deom, Juhilate, Sanctna, Reaponaea, Magnificat, and 
Nunc dimittia, in A. — Same, in D. — Anthema: God be merciful; I 
will lift up mine eyca ; Except the Lord build the houae ; Blcaaed ia he 
that conaidereth the poor ; O God, who art the author. — 18 chanta. — 
Sanctua and Reaponaea in D. — Same, hi F. 

The happy fellow. See his With my jug in one hand. 
With my jug in one hand. A glee [t. t. a.]. (In The 
Apollo. Vol. 4, pp. 268, 269.) No. 7 in Il.i39a.z8.4 

The title of thia aong ia The happy fellow. 

Alao to be found in Apollonian harmony; Bland'a The Ladiea' col- 
lection; Flowers of harmony; Social harmony. 

Smart, Sir George Thomas, editor. 

Beethoven. The Mount of Olives. No. 3 in M.391.6X 

Gibbons, O. Madrigals and motets for 5 voices. 

No. I in li.934.ao 
Spohb, L. [Zemire und Azor.] If.a74,a9 

Smart, Henry. 
Autumn song. Four-part song. [London.] 1881. 

No. 50 in Il.x58i.x9 

Ave Maria. Four-part song. London. Novello, Ewer & 

Co. N. d. No. 49 in M.xax.3 

Same. Adapted to Latin words by C. J. Hargitt. [Motet 

for 4 voices. Accomp. ad lib.] London. Novello, Ewer 

& Co. [187-?] No. 26 in II.X57.X 

Also to be found in Novello't Collection of trioi, etc. 

Be glad, O ye righteous. Anthem for duet [t. b.] and 

chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Novello's Collection 

of anthems. Vol. 11, pp. 27-36.) No.3in M.i95.a.xx 

The bird at sea. [Trio, s. s. s. Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

London. Novello, Ewer 8c Co. [187-?] 

^ . . . « .. No. 6 in Il.a44.xa6 

Alao to be found in Novello'a Collection of trioa, etc 
The bride of Dunkerron. A dramatic cantata. The verse 
by Frederick Enoch. The music by Henry Smart. [Ac- 
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. 
[1874?] M. 304.30 



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Smart, Henry. (CimHnued.) 
The butterfly. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] No. ao in M.944.10.3 
A capstan chorus. [Part-song for male voices. London. 

186-?] No. 76 in 1I.I57.5.9; No. 21 in M.X57.X 

Cold autumn wind. [Part-song. London. 185-?] 

No. 36 in M.X57.Z 
Consolation. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 

book. 2d series. Vol. i, pp. 39-42.) No. 7 >n M.Z95.X.Z 
The coraird caves of ocean. [Trio, s. s. s. Accomp. for 

pianoforte.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?] 

No. I in li.944.xo.6 
Alto to be fooad in Nordlo't Collcctloii of trios, etc. 

Cradle song [s. a. t. & London. Cramer & Co. i86-?l 

Alto to be fooiid in Norcllo't Ptrt-toaf book. No. 28 in M.Z57.a3 

Crocuses and snowdrops. A four-part song. (In No- 
vello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 61-^.) 

No. 14 in M.195.Z.8 

The curfew [s. a. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song book. 2d 
series. Vol. 4, pp. 122-125.) 

No. 2 in M.1564; No. 25 in M.195.Z4 

Deus tu convertens. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Lutz. 
Motets for the year. No. 2. Pp. 5-8.) No. 2 in M.156.50 

Dost thou idly ask? A four-part song. (In Novello's Part- 
song book. 2d series. Vol. 5, pp. 111-115.) 

No. 20 in M.Z95.Z.5 

Doth not my lady come [s. a. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part- 
song book. 2d series. Vol. 4, pp. 114-117.) 

No. 2 in M.Z564; No. 23 in M.195.X.4 

Dream, baby, dream. A four-part song. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 36-39.) 

No. 9 in M.Z95.1.8 

Evening [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In Novello's 
collection of trios, etc. Vol. i, pp. 75-78.) 

No. 9 in M.904.36.t 

The fay's song [s. s. s. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In No- 
vello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. i, pp. 64-74.) 

No. 8 in M.904.36.I 

The fishermaidens. A cantata for female voices. The 
words by Frederick E. Weatherly. The music by Henry 
Smart. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Ashdown 
& Parry. [1877?] No. i in M.Z564 

The glow-worm. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte.] 
London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] No. 24 in M.244.za3 

Good night, thou glorious sun. A four-part song. (In 
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. i, pp. 43- 
48.) No. 8 in M.195.1.Z 

"Grant, we beseech Thee, merciful Lord." Anthem. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] London. [186-?] No. 4 in M.157.10 

Hail to thee, child of the earth. Chorus of sea-maidens 
[s. 8. A. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In Novello's Col- 
lection of trios, etc. Vol. 2, pp. 31-37.) No. 4 in M.904.36.2 
From hit Bride of Donkorron. 

Hear, sweet spirit [s. a. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song 
book. 2d series. Vol. 4, pp. 126-129.) 

No. 2 in M.X564; No. 26 in M.X95.14 

Heaven, trio. See his Something brighter. 

Homeward watch. [Part-song, t. t. b. b.] New York. 
Molineux. [ 1880?] No. 30 in M.392.25 

Alto to bo fooiid in The Orphevt. 

Hope and memory. [Trio, s. s. s. Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?] 

No. 3 in M.244.X0.6 
Alto to be fooad In Norello't Collection of trice. 

The hostess' daughter. [Part-song for male voices. Lon- 
don. 186-?] No. 71 in M.x57.5.a; No. 16 in M.157.1 

How soft the shades of evening. Part song. (In Leslie. 
Cassell's Choral music. Pp. 1-4.) No. i in M.235.ZO 

Aleo to be foond in Norello't Pert-eong boolE. 

How sweet is summer. Part song. (In Leslie. Cassell's 
Choral music. Pp. 1 17-120.) No. 27 in M.935.I0 

Alio to be found in Nofrello't Pert-eong book. 

Hunting song. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 

book. 2d series. Vol. i, pp. 49-54.) No.9in M.x95.x.x 

Hymn to Cynthia. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part- 



Smart, Henry. (Continmd.) 

song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 21-25.) 

No. 6 in M.X95.X.8 

I prithee send me back my heart. A four-part song. (In 
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 5, pp. 124- 
127.) No. 23 in M.X95.X.5 

Jacob. Sacred cantata. The words from the Holy Scrip- 
tures. The music by Henry Smart. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] London. Williams. [1873.] No. i in M.904.3X 

The joys of Spring. A four-part song. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 31-35.) 

No. 8 in M.Z95.1.8 

King Rent's daughter. A cantata, for female voices, with 
piano-forte accompaniment. The verse by Frederick 
Enoch. The music by Henry Smart. London. Hutch- 
ings &: Romer. [188-?] N0.3inM.x564 

Lady, rise, sweet morn's awaking. A four-part song. (In 
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. i, pp. 55- 
59.) No. 10 in M.X95.X.X 

The land of wonders. A four-part song. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 7SH33-) 

No. 17 in M.X95.X.8 

A legend of the Rhine. A part-song for male voices. 
[London. 186-?] No. 70 in M.X57.5.2; No. 15 in M.x57.x 

The Lord hath done great things. Anthem for harvest. 
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of an- 
thems. Vol. 8, pp. 106-115.) No. 12 in M.x95.a.8 

Love and mirth. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part- 
song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 51-55.) 

No. 12 in M.X95.X.8 

Magnificat & Nunc dimittis in G [for s. s. a. t. b. With 
organ accomp.]. London. Addison, HoUier & Lucas. 
[ 184-?] No. 9 in M.936.a2 

Alao to be fonnd in Haycraft'e Secred mvilc. 

The moon. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 
book. 2d series. Vol. 5, pp. 128-133.) No. 24 in M.X95.X.5 

Morning. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 
book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 16-20.) No. 5 in M.X95.X.8 

A morning, communion & evening service, in F. [Accomp. 
for organ.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1868.] 

No. 19 in II.X90.7 

Conitnis. — Te Deaa. — Jubllete. — Kyrie, no. 1, a. — The Nioene 
creed. — Gloria in e»celtie. — Megnifieet. — Nunc dimittis. 

Morning thoughts. A trio [s. s. A. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 5, 
pp. 46-51.) No. II in M.904.36.5 

My true love hath my heart [s. a. t. &]. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 4, pp. 110-113.) 

No. 2 in M.X564; No. 22 in M.X95.X4 

Nature's praise. [Part-song. Accomp. for piano.] (In 
Plaistow's Part-songs. Part i, pp. 1-8.) No. 5 in M.X58.23 

Night sinks on the wave. [Trio, s. s. s. Accomp. for 

pianoforte.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] 

No. 4 in II.944.XO.6 
Alio to be found in Noveilo't Collection of trioe. 

Now May is here. Part song. (In Leslie. Cassell's Choral 
music. Pp. 20^216.) No. 50 in ll.935.xo 

Alio to be found hi NoreOo't Pftrt^tong boolc 

Nymphs of air and ancient sea. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] London. Cock & Co. [185-?] 

No. 6 in M.244.XO.3 
"O be joyful in God, all ye lands." Anthem. [Accomp. 

for organ.] London. [186*?] No. 5 in M.x57.xo 

O God the king of glory. Full anthem. [Accomp. for 

organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 5, 

pp. 109-119.) No. 8 in M.X95.2.5 

Aleo to be found in NoTcllo't Collection of 31 antheme. 

Oh say not that my heart is cold. A four-part song. (In 
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 47- 
50.) No. II in M.X95.X.8 

Ohl skylark for thy wing. [Trio, s. s. s. Accomp. for 

pianoforte.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] 

No. 5 in M.a44.xo.6 
Alto to be found in NoTcllo't Collection of trioe. 

An old church song [s. a. t. b. London. 185-?]. 

No. 33 in M.X57.X 



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Smart, Henry. (ConHnued.) 

Only thou. A four-part song. {In Novello's Part-song 

book. 2d series. Vol. 5, pp. iao-123.) No. 22 in M.195.1.5 

Our home shall be on this bright sea. Air [s.] with 

chorus [s. 8. A. Accomp. for pianoforte]. {In Novello's 

Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 4, pp. 24-34.) 

No. 4 in M.904.364 
Pale autumn flowers. [Part-song. London. 186-?] 

No. 92 in M.157.5.9 
A psalm of life. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part- 
song book. 2d series. Vol. St PP* 116-119.) 

No. 21 in M.X9S.i*5 
Rest thee on this mossy pillow. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. 
for pianoforte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] 

No. 7 in M.244.X0.3 
The rover. Part song for male voices. [London. 186-?] 

No. 72 in 11.157.2; No. 17 in M.X57.Z 
Sabbath bells. Part song. [London. 185-?] 

No. 34 in M.Z57.X 

The sea king. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 

book. 2d series. Vol. i, pp. 65-69.) No. 12 in M.X95.X.X 

Serenade. [Part-song. London. 185-?] No. 35 in M.X57.X 

The shepherd's farewell. A four-part song. (In Novello's 

Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 1-3.) 

No. I in M.X95.X.8 

The shepherd's lament. [Part-song. Accomp. for piano.] 

London. Tonic Sol-fa Agency. [187-?] No. 6 in M.158.23 

Sing to the Lord. Anthem [s. s. a. a. t. t. b. b. Accomp. 

for organ]. (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 

8, pp. 142-169.) No. 15 in M.X95.2.8 

Six four-part songs (s. A. t. b.). London. [187-?] 

No. 2 in M.X564 

ConUmts, — Tit break of day. — ICy true lore heth my heart. — Doth 
not my lady come. — SfMriof aong. — The curfew. — Hear awect apirit. 

Something brighter, purer far. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for 

pianoforte.] London. Novello & Co. [186-?] 

The title of thia aonf la Heaven. No. 2 in M .944.xa6 

Alao to be found in Novello'a Collection of trloa. 

A song for the seasons. A four-part song. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 40-46.) 

No. 10 in M.X95.X.8 

Song of the wood nymphs. Trio [s. s. a. Accomp. for 

pianoforte]. London. Cramer, Beale & Wood. [187-?] 

No. 12 in M.244.10.5 

Spring [s. A. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song book. 2d 

series. Vol. 8, pp. 12-15.) No. 4 in M.195.X.8 

Spring song [s. a. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song book. 

2d series. Vol. 4, pp. 118-121.) 

No. 2 in M.X56.4; No. 24 in M.X95.X4 
Spring's return. Part song. [London. 185-?] 

No. 32 in M.X57.X 
The star that shines so fair. [Part-song. London. 186-?] 

No. 93 in M.X57.5.2 
Stars of the summer night. [Part-song. London. Cramer 
& Co. 186-?] No. 29 in M.X57.23 

Alao to be found In Novello'a Part-aong book. 

Summer morning. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part- 
song book. 2d series. Vol. i, pp. 6o-iS4.) 

No. II inll.x94.i.x 
Sweet lady minel Part song. [London. 186-?] 

No. 2 in M.157.X 
Sweet vesper hymn. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part- 
song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 56-60.) 

No. 13 in M.195.1.8 
Te Deum laudamus. In F. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Novello's Parish choirbook. Pp. 163-169.) 

No. 32 in 11.157.30 
Thoughts of childhood. Part song. [London. 185-?] 

No. 31 in 1I.X57.X 
Tis break of day [s. a. t. b.]. (In Novello's Part-song 
book. 2d series. Vol. 4, pp. 106-109.) 

No. 2 in 11.X56.4; No. 21 in if .X95.X4 
Wake to the hunting. A four-part song. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 5, pp. 105-110.) 

No. 19 in M.195.X.5 



Smart, Henry. (ConHnued.) 
The water nymphs [s. s. a. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 
Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. i, pp. 79-87.) 

No. 10 in 11.904.36.x 
The wave's reproof. A four-part song. (In Novello's 
Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 4-^.) 

No. 2 in ll.x95.xjB 

Wind thy horn. A four-part song. (In Novello's Part-song 

book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 73-;^.) No. 16 in II.195.X.8 

The wood nymphs [s. s. 8. Accomp. for pianoforte]. (In 

Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. f, pp. 57-63.) 

No. 7 in M.904.36.X 
Ye little birds that sit and sing. A four-part song. (In 
Novello's Part-song book. 2d series. Vol. 8, pp. 84- 
87.) No. 18 in M.X95.X.8 

Smart, Henry. IVorks ab<nU, 
Spark, W. Henry Smart: his life and works. London. 
1881. Portrait. M.X96.X9 

Smart, Thomas. 
To be jovial and gay. Glee [t. t. &]. (In Social harmony. 
P. 32.) No. 23 in ll.2x5.9x 

Smend, Julius. 
Zum Gedachtniss W. A. Mozart's. Vortrag. Darmstadt. 
Waitz. 1892. No. 2 in IC.207.36 

Smetana, BedHch. 
Blanik. Symphonicki biseft pro velky orchestr. Par- 
titura. V Praze. Urbinek. [189-? Mi vlasl. 6.] 

No. 2 in 1I404.2X 
Dalibor. Oper in 3 Akten. Text von Josef Wenzig. Fur 
die deutsche Biihne eingerichtet von Max Kalbeck. 
Musik von Priedrich Smetana. Clavier- Auszug. Leip- 
zig. Weinberger. [189-?] lC.32a.35 
Das Geheimniss. (Tajemstvi.) Komtsche Oper in drei 
Acten, von Elisabeth Krisnohorski [Pseud.]. Fiir die 
deutsche Biihne frei bearbeitet von Max Kalbeck. Musik 
von Priedrich Smetana. [Clavier- Auszug.] Leipzig. 
Weinberger. [1895.] 11^02.49 
Der Kuss. Volksoper in 2 Akten. Text von E. Kr&sno- 
horski [Pseud.]. Deutsch von Ludwig Hartmann. 
Musik von Priedrich Smetana. Clavier-Auszug. Leip- 
zig. Weinberger. [1893.] li.32a.37 
Same. Ouverture zur Oper Der Kuss. Orchester-Par- 
titur. Leipzig. Weinberger. [1893?] No. 2 in li.357.x6 
Hakon Jarl. Symphonische Dichtung fiir grosses Or- 
chester. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1896. 

No. I in li.338.27 

Prodaqi nev^sta. Komicka zpivohra o 3 jedninich od 

Karla Sabiny. Hudbu slozil B. Smetana. Klavirni 

iiprava skladatelova. Predehru upravil J. z Kiani\. 

Praze. ''Um£leck4 Beseda." [1866.] li.3&4.68 

Same. Die verkaufte Braut. (Prodani nev^sta.) Komische 

Oper in 3 Akten von K. Sabina. Deutsche Ueberset- 

zung von Max Kalbeck. Musik von Priedrich Smetana. 

Vollstandiger Clavier-Auszug. Berlin. Bote & Bock. 

[ 1893-] ii.32a.36 

Same. Lustspiel-Ouverture. Ouvertura ku komicke 

zpevohFe „Prodan4 nev^sta." Fur Orch ester. Partitur. 

Berlin. Bote & Bock. [188-?] No. i in li.34245 

Quartett, Zweites, fiir 2 Violinen, Bratsche und Violoncell. 

Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1896. No. 4 in ll.338.x7 

Richard III. Symphonische Dichtung fiir grosses Or- 

chester. Partitur. Berlin. Simrock. 1896. 

No. 2 in M.338.27 
S4rka. [Symfonicki biseii pro velky orkestr.] Partitura. 

V Praze. Urbanek. [188-? M4 vlasi. 3.] li.356.23 
T4bor. Symfonicki biseA pro velky orchestr. Partitura. 

V Praze. Urbinek. [189-? M4 vlasl. 5.] 

No. I in li.404.21 
Trio fiir Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell. Op. 15. 

[Partitur und Stimmen.] Bremen. Schweers & Haake. 

[188-?] M404.9a 

Die verkaufte Braut. See his Prodani nevista. 
Vltava. Symfonicki b4seA pro velky orkestr. Partitura. 

V Praze. Urb&nek. [188-? M4 vlasi. 2.] 

No. 3 in li.34245 



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THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Smetana, Bedrich. (C<mimuid.) 

Vyiehrad. Symfonicki bksth pro velk^ orkestr. Par- 
titura. V Praze. Urb&nek. [18&-? M4 vlasi. i.] 

No. 2 in M.34345 

Wallenstein's Lager. Valdstynuv tabor. Symphonische 
Dichtnng fiir grosses Orchester. Partitur. Berlin. 
Simrock. 1896. No. 4 in M.405.57 

Z ieskych luhflv a h&jflv. Symphonicki b&sefi pro yelk^ 
orkestr. Partitura. V Praze. Urbinek. [189-? Mi 
ylasf. 4.] M.356^ 

Z m^ho zjvota. Aus meinem Leben. Quatuor pro 
smyccov^ nistroje (I. II. hoasle, violu a cello). Par- 
titura. V Praze. Urbinek. [187-?] No. 22inM.aiz.z 

Zwei Wittwen. Komische Oper in 3 Akten. Libretto von 

Em. Zungl. Musik von Friedrich Smetana. Voll- 

standiger Klavier-Aoszug. Berlin. Bote & Bock. 

[1893] M.395-SO 

Ths title is rcpcited la Bohrmfan, and the words are ia both Gcrmui 



Same. Ballet-Musik. Partitur. Berlin. Bote & Bock 
[ i88-?l No. 5 in M^o5.57 

Smttana, Bedf ich. Works about. 
STtAMSKY, J. Friedrich Smetana, Mein Vateriand. £r- 
lautert. Frankfurt a. M. [1898.] No. 14-16 in M.az7.za4 
Smetana, Friedrich. See Smetana, BediPich. 
Smeta, Philipp Carl Joseph Anton Johann Wilhelm. 
Die Konige in Jsrail. Oratorium in 2 Abtheilungen. In 
Musik gesetzt von Ferdinand Ries. M.a43.x7 

Sraeta, W. See Smeta» Philipp Carl Joseph Anton Johann 

Wilhelm. 
Smieton, Jane Paxton. 
The restored. A lyric opera in 2 acts. [Vocal score. 
Edinburgh. Home & Macdonald.] 1874. M^5.5z 

Smile» A, & a tear. Song. Abkaics. No. 39 in M.3844B 

Smile, The. Part-song. BaiDGE, E. S. No. 15 in M.X57.5.Z 

Smile not, fair Amarillis. Madrigal. Pizzoni, G. 

No. 68 in M.a37.z5 
Smile, O heaven, upon the dayl Part-song. Balfk. 

No. 68 in M.z57.5.a; etc. 
Smith, Adam. 
Sally, or the boatswain's mate. A musical farcial-comedy. 
Written by Edward Righton and Adam Smith. Com- 
posed by Florian Pascal [pseud.]. M.a4aa7 
Smith, Albert. 
Why our theatres are not supported. With a few words 
about the late riots at Drury Lane. London. Kent & 
Richards. 1848. No. 10 in M.149.8 
Smitli, Alfred Montem. 
The night is far spent. Short anthem for Advent. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [1865.] 

No. ao in M.Z90.7 
Smith, Alice Mary. See White, Alice Mary. 
Smitli, Blanche Fanny Wyatt-, tramslaUn: 
Becker, A. E. A. Des Mullers Lust und Leid. 

No. 3 in M.384.15 
Smith, Charles. 

[The tempest.] The music in Shakspeare's Tempest, by 
Purcell, Arne, Smith & Linley. No. 5 in M.391.58 

Smitli, Dexter. 

Grandpa's birthday. Operetta for children. [Composed 

by C. A. White.] No. i in M.908.33 

Smith, Fanny Morris, tdUor. 

Music, The. of the modern world, illustrated in the lives 

and works of the greatest modern musicians. [Edited 

by] Anton Seidl, assisted by Fanny Morris Smith, H. E. 

Krehbiel and W. S. Howard. New York. [1895] ^ v. 

Illus. Portraits. Plates. 11.14.1 

UiM Smith hM eootrilmted the foHowinf uticlet to this work: 
Evolistion of the ▼iolin; The mutic of ronance; The erolutloa of the 
brut band; The derelopmeiit of church mutic; Berlios and the 
Romantk ichool; The erolution of the oratorio; On the oharmlnf 
Uatory of fdano-playlng. 

Smith, George Stuart. 
Love's plea. [Part-song.] Boston. Schmidt. [1892.] 

No. 9 in M.X58.90 



Smith, George Townshend. 
Do well, O Lord. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(/n Novello's Collection of anthems. Pp. 156-159.) 

No. 26 in M.a33.x3 
If ye then be risen. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] {In 
Fowle. Parochial anthems. *Pp. 81-85.) No. x in lC.a33.a9 
Smith, Harry Bache. 

The casino girl. [Opera.] Music by Ludwig Englander 
[sic]. M.383.56 

A China doll. A musical comedy. Book & lyrics by Harry B. 
and Robt. B. Smith. Music by Alfred E. Aarons. il.397.x 

Cyrano de Bergerac. Comic opera. Lyrics by Harry B. 
Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. M.393.a7 

Don Quixote. A comic opera. Music by Reginald De 
Koven. M.995.X8 

The fencing master. A comic opera. Music by Reginald 
De Koven. M.a95.90 

The fortune teller. Comic opera. Music by Victor Her- 
bert. 11.394-54 

"Foxy Quiller." Comic opera. Music by Reginald De 
Koven. ic.40a.xa 

The free lance. Comic opera. Music by John Philip 
Sousa. lC.389.5x 

The highwayman. Romantic comic opera. Music by 
Reginald De Koven. ^.394.3 

"The idol's eye." Comic opera. Music by Victor Herbert. 

ic.394.6 

The jewel of Asia. A new musical comedy. Book and 
lyrics by Frederic Ranken and Harry B. Smith. Music 
by Ludwig Englander [sic]. ll.397.a4 

The Knickerbockers. A comic opera. The music by 
Reginald De Koven. ic.a95.ax 

The little Corporal. A comic opera. Music by Ludwig 
Englander. lC394.a6 

"Maid Marian." Comic opera. Music by Reginald De 
Koven. ic.38a.x4 

A madcap princess. Comedy opera. The music by Lud- 
wig Englander. M.399.78 

Miss Dolly Dollars. A musical comedy. Music by Victor 
Herbert. M.383.59 

The office boy. A comedy opera. Music by Ludwig 
Englander [sic]. M.399.79 

Rob Roy. Romantic comic opera. Music by Reginald 
De Koven. ic.303.x5 

Robin Hood. A comic opera. Music by Reginald De 
Koven. M.394.X0 

The Rounders. A vaudeville in three acts. Lyrics by 
Harry B. Smith. Music by Ludwig Englander. lC4oa.x5 

"The serenade." Comic opera. Music by Victor Herbert. 

M.395-33 

The singing girl. Comic opera. Book by Stanislaus 
Stange. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor 
Herbert. M-393«57 

"The strollers." A musical comedy (adapted from the 
German of F. Krenn and C. Lindau). Lyrics by Harry 
B. Smith. Music by Ludwig Englander. No. 2 in ic.383^4 

The tar and the Tartar. Vocal gems. [Music by Adam 
Itzel, Jr.] No. 6 in lC.40a.74; etc. 

The three dragoons. Comic opera. Music by Reginald 
De Koven. M.393.XX 

The Viceroy. Comic opera. Music by Victor Herbert. 

lC4oa.a5 

The wizard of the Nile. Comic opera. Music by Victor 
Herbert. M.395.33 

Smith, Hermann. 

The art of tuning the pianoforte . . . upon a system 
founded on the theory of equal temperament. London. 
Reeves. [ 1893.] lC.376.xo 

Smith, John. 

Cathedral music. With an accomp. for the organ. Lon- 
don. Novello. [i8a-?] ic.a33.8; ic.a90.x7 

ConttnU, — Te Denm. — Jubilate — Sanetua, Kyric and Credo. — 
Magnificat — None dlmittia. — Short Te Denm. — Benedictua. — 
Cantate Domino. — Deoa miaereatur. ^ Vcnita, Creator Sfriritua. — 
ta chanta. 



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Smith 



Smith, John. (Continued,) 
The Lord's Prayer. Trio [s. t. b. Accomp. for organ]. 
London. Novello. [184-?] No. 18 in M.d9o.i4 

Once upon a time. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Vocal har- 
monist's magazine. Vol. i, p. 58.) No. 4 in M.990.5 
Smith, John Christopher. 
The owl is abroad. Caliban's song [b. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (/» Musical library. Vol. 3, pp. 136, 137.) 

No. 44 in M.a35.z8.3 
Six suits of lessons for the harpstcord. Opera terza. 
London. Printed for I. Walsh. [179-?] No. 2 in M.140.1 
Smith, John Christopher. IVarks about. 
CoxE, W. Anecdotes of George Frederick Handel, and 
John Christopher Smith. With select pieces of music, 
composed by J. C. Smith. [Anon.] London. 1799. 
Portraits. No. i in M.111.5 

Smitii, John Stafford. 
Alleluja. Canon per arsin & thesin & augmentation. (In 
Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 355.) 

No. 145 in M.aao.9.9 

As on a summer's day. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. London. Birchall. 

[ 181-?] No. 4 in M.a35.7.z 

Alto to b« found in The Apollo; Clementi't Vocal harmony; Same, 
ad edition; Hnllah'a The Singcr't library; NorcUo't Glee-hive; 
Warren'a Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'a Convito annonlco. 

Blest pair of sirens. Glee [s. s. a t. b.]. (In Amusement 
for the ladies. Vol. 3, pp. i>-i9-) No. 3 in M.aao.3.3 

Alao to be found in Clementi'a Vocal harmony; Same, ad edition; 
Handel and Haydn Society Collection of lacred muaic; Norello'a 
Glee-hiTe; Warren's Collection of catches; Webba, Jr.'s Convito 
armonico. 

By shady woods. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Clementi. 
Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 102.) 

No. 87 in M.izai.x; No. 87 in M.xzo.a.x 

Also to be found In Sibbald's Collection of catches; Sodal harmony; 
Warren's Vocal harmony; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico. 

Chloe, the wonder of her sex. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In 
Warren. Vocal harmony. P. 175.) No. loi in M.aao.io 

Come unto Me. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2, 
pp. 23^-243.) No. 56inM.zxx^a 

Come unto Me. Canon, 3 in i. (In Warren. Collection 
of catches. Vol. 3, p. 316.) No. ii7inM.aao.9.3 

The doctor slept. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In Warren. Col- 
lection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 170.) No. 65 in M.aao.9.3 

Double chant [in G.]. (In Turle and Taylor. The 
People's music book. Vol. 2, p. 261.) No. 6oinM.xixu|.2 

The fairest month of the fair year. Glee [t. t. b.]. (In 
Bland. The Ladies' collection. Vol. 5, p. 562.) 

No. 156 in M.a35.z7.5 

Also to be found in Clementl's Collection of catches. 

Flora now calleth. Madrigal [s. s. a. t. b.]. London. 
Clementi. [18—?] No. 11 in M.235.7.X 

Also to be found in Amusement for the ladies; Clementl's Vocal bar- 
mony; Norello's Glee>hiTa; Warren's Collection of catches; Webbc, 
Jr.'s CouTlto armonico. 

Hark, the hollow woods. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In The Apollo. 
Vol. 7» PP- 500-503.) No. 5 in Il.i39a.i8.7 

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection; Clementl's Col- 
lection of catches; Horsley's Vocal harmony; Sibbald's CoUection 
of catches; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of flees; Webbe, Jr.'s 
Conrito armonico. 

Hark, the nightingale. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In The 
Apollo. Vol. I, p. 68.) No. 24 in Il.z39a.i8.i 

Also to be found In Clementl's Collection of catches; The Har- 
monist; Warren's Vocal harmony. 

Here rests little Bridget. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In War- 
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 223.) 

No. 94 in M.220.9.2 

Let happy lovers. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Amusement for 
the ladies. Vol. 3, PP* >-io.) No. i in M.aao.3.3 

Also to be found in Clementl's Vocal harmony; Warren's Collection 
of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Convito armonico. 

Let US, my Lesbia, live and love. Glee [a. t. b.]. \,In 
Amusement for the ladies. Vol. 2, pp. 38, 39.) 

No. 1 1 in 11.220.3.2 

Also to be found In Collection of catches; The Harmonist; War- 
ren's Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s Conrito armonico. 



Smith, John Stafford. (Continugd.) 

Let's drink and be merry. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In War- 
ren. Vocal harmony. Pp.194.) No. iii inM.2aaxo 

Life is a scene. Canon, 3 in i. (In Warren. Collection 
of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 204, 205.) No. 74 in M.99ai9.3 

'Midst silent shades. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Warren. Col- 
lection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 34ft-3S0.) 

No. 142 in M.a90.9.a 

'Mongst other folks. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 222, 223.) 

No. 93 in M.a90.9.9 

No more! Alas! Catch [for 4 voices]. (In Warren. 
Vocal harmony. Pp. 55.) No. 35 in M.290.10 

O fancy. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Warren. Collection of 
catches. Vol. 2, pp. 25&-160.) No. iioinM;220.9.2 

O Pan, delight of nymphs. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 122-126.) 

No. 48 in UjMOJ^z 

O remember not. Canon, 4 in 2 per arsin & thesin. (In 
Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 158, 159.) 

No. 62 in M.2ao4^2 

On Sally Salisbury. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 173.) No. 72 in M.290.9.a 

Praise the Lord, O my soul. Canon, 3 in i. (In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 310.) No. 129 in 11.920.9.2 

Remember not, Lord. Motett [s. s. a A x. B.]. (In War- 
ren. Vocal harmony. Pp. 270-273.) No. 151 in M.290.10 

Return, blest days. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Amusement for 

the ladies. Vol. i, pp. 2-5.) No. 2 in M.990.3.Z 

Also to be found In The Apollo; Bland's The Ladles' eollectloa; 
Clementl's Collection of catches; Clementl's Vocal harmony; Same, 
ad edition; Collection of glees and catches; The Harmonist; Moalcal 
library; Novello's Glee-hiTc; Psrker's The Orphean lyre; Sibbald's 
Collection of catches; Warren's Collection of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s 
Convito armonico. 

The silver swan. Round [for 3 voices]. (In The Apollo. 

Vol. 2, p. 03.) No. 5 in M.Z39a.x8.2 

Also to be found In Bland's The Ladles' collection. 

Since Phillis has bubbled. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In 

Clementi. Collection of catches. Vol. i, p. 39.) 

No. 33 in M.zzaz.z : No. 33 in M.zza9.z 

Also to be found in Flowers of harmony; ^bald's CoHcctlon ol 
catches; Warren's Collection of catches. 

Sir, you're a rascal. Catch [for 3 voices.] (In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 3, p. iia) No. 39 in M.29a9.3 

This song is entitled The wranglers. 

Slaves are they. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In Amusement for 
the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 18, 19.) No. 6 in M.990.34 

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches. 

Sleep, poor youth. Glee [a t. t. &]. (In Warren. Col- 
lection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 1 18-123.) 

No. 47 in II.9904M 

Soft tread, ye nymphs. Round [for 3 voices]. (In War- 
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 303.) 

No. 1 14 in M.2904^3 
Also to be found in Webt>e, Jr.'s Convlto armonico. 

Stay shepherd, stay. Canzonet [s. a t. b.]. (In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 96-102.) 

No. 41 in M.920.9.9 

Take, O take those lips away. Glee [a t. b.]. (In Amuse- 
ment for the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 124, 125.) M.99a34 
Also to be found in Clementl's Collection of catches; Collectloa of 
catches; The Harmonist; Sibbald's Collection of catches; Warren's 
Collection of catches. 

There was a certain lady. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In War- 
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. 2, p. 229.) 

No. 97 in M.99a9.2 

What shall he have. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Amusement 
for the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 99-101.] No. 28 in M.99a34 
Also to be found in The Apollo; dementi's Collection of catches; 
Clementl's Vocal harmony; The Harmonist; Sibbald's Collection of 
catches; Warren's Collection of catches. 

When Daphne smiles. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Warren. 

Collection of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 68-70.) 

No. 24 in 11.990.9.3 
When to the muses. Ode [a. t. t. b. b.]. (In Clementi. 

Vocal harmony. Vol. 4, pp. 364-374.) No. 10 in M.23S.94 

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches. 



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Smyth 



Smith, John Stafford. (Contimud.) 
When wives do hate. Catch [for 3 voices]. {In Warren. 

Vocal harmony. P. i$8.) No. 91 in M.a90.zo 

While fools their time. Glee, a. t. t. b. (/» Amusement 

for the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 4-7.) No. 2 in M.990.3^ 

AIjo to be fband in Tlic ApoUo; Bland's The Ladiet' collection; 
Qementl't Vocal harmony; Same, ad edition; Ditaon'a The Orphean 
lyre; The Harmonist; Norello'e Glec-hhre; Tvrle and Taylor's The 
People's mnaie hook; Warren's Collectton of catches; Webbe, Jr.'s 
Coorito ar mon t co. 

The wranglers. See his Sir, you're a rascal. 
Young Damon knock'd. Catch [for 3 voices.] {In Warren. 
Collection of catches. Vol. 3, p. 169.) No. 64 in 11.290.9.3 
Youre two eyn. Roundelay [a. t. b.]. {In Warren. Col- 
lection of catches. Vol. 2, pp. 296, 297.) 

No. 123 in 11.220.9.2 
Smith, John Stafford, campUtr. 

Musica antiqua. A selection of music of this and other 
countries, from the commencement of the twelfth to the 
heginning of the eighteenth century; comprizing motetts, 
madrigaU, hymns, anthems [etc.]. London. Preston. 
[1812.] 2 V. in I. M.236.10 

CsMlMrfSf. — I. Memlo da Correfgio: Te Deum laudamus. — Summer 
is come in. — Fans semblannt. — Ave mltia, are pia. — Dance tone 
of the reign of Edward the ad, or earlier. — Fowles in the frith. — 
Chaconne danced by Queen Anne in the Fairorite, a new dance made 
for Her liaiesty'a Urth-day. — Parted from dn. — On ne sauroit. — 
Thibank iv. King of Nararre; Cootume est bien; Je rcsoua de me 
partir; Qol plus aime. — Gaces Bmles: Qnand nord et gele. — De 
Coney: Le nonrcan terns. — Dangecort: Haute espcrance. — Thlebant 
de Blaaon : An main par en ajoumant. — Roi de Nararre. — Thihanlt 
IV, King of Navarre: Dame I'on dit. — Erara: Bon amour qui son 
rcpaire. — De SancU Maria. — In die nativiutls. — Hymn to the 
Virgin. >~ In die natlriutia. — In die nativiutis. — A' the syghes 
that come fro' my hart — Y have been a (ester long. — Cole : To leve 
alone comfort ys none. — West com wynde when wilt thou blow. — 
Blow thy home, hunter. — Joan qd John. — Heath: Hey down. — 
Belle qui tiens ma vie. — L41 bounette. — La doune oella. — La shy- 
myze. — La paduana del re. — The short measure off my lady 
Wynkfyldcs rownde. — Branle [from] Tholnet Arbeau. — Canaries 
[from] Arbeau. — Csnaries from T. Arbeau and Purcell's IModesian. 

— Saraband. — The Kyngs maake. — A galyard. — Kyng Harry the 
vitiths pavyn. ~ My lady Carey's dompe. — La bdle fyne. — It was 
a miller's. — The empororse pavyn. — A galyard. — The Kygs baled 
(Passe tyme wt good eumpanye). — Tyme to pas. — Preoss Deo 
fundamus. — Rhydlan marih. — The original music in the witches 
scene, in Middleton's comedy of The Witch. — Obrecht: Parce 
Dooine. — Though your strangnes frett — Johnson: Dt&tt doe not 
your faire bewty wrong. — Rest awile you cruell cares. — Tell me 
dearest what is love. — Queries: Know then my breth'ren. — With 
my flocke. — Pilldngton: Rest sweet nymphes. — Laneir: Bring 
away this sacred tree. — Coprario: Come ashore, come merry mates. 

— Is't for a grace. — You herralda of my Mrs. hart. — When I sit 
as judge. — The ran rins doon thro' mirryland. — SAr Eglamore. — 
Locke: Lilk; Curtain tune in The Tempest — Tallis: Specimen of 
a lesson. — Subject taken by Mr. Bird to be found in Pammelia. — 
Sarabande. — Lassus: Susanna un jour. — Saraband as S rondo. — 
Allemande Loreyne. — A pavion of Kinloughes. — Byrd: Prelude. — 
Gibbons: The quecnes command; Praeludium. — Wake: Galiardo. — 
Gibbons: Galiardo xvi. — Aston: A hornpipe. — Josquin Deprte: 
The most esoeellent canon in the mass L*homme arme. — Willaert: 
De retoorner mon ami. — Okenheim: Canon 4 in a. — Wert: Virgo 
Maria hodie ad ccdum. — Vorrai che tu cantasse'. a. Clemens: Ye 
nightingales in greenwoods. — Moralea: Diti mio si, o no sensa 
tlmore. — Delitrc: La jeune dame. — Richafort: Hierusalem. — 
Certon: SancU Maria succurre miseris. — Zarlino: Come si m' 
accendete. — Vecchi: Quella ch'in mille; Lcggiadretto Qorino. — 
Gero: PhilUda mi piu chei. — Gibbons: O Lord encrease my faith. — 
CUM: O praise the Lord. — Jones: My lore bound me with a Usse. 

— Laxaroni: Su le florite sponda. — Dow land: Go chrystal teara. — 
Mason and Earsden: Tune thy chearfull Toyce. ~ The kings good 
o^ght — Robin is a lovely lad. — Dido waa the Carthage queene. — 
Come follow me, my wandring mates. — The shadowes darknlng our 
intenta. — The lord's welcome. — The farewell aong. — Ives: Lament 
and mourn. ~ Jenkins: Suite in D-sol-re; Lady Kath. Audley's bells. 

— Humphrey: Where ever I am; Phillis for shame; How severe is 
forgetfull old age; A young man satt sighing; Though you doome all 
to dye. — SUggina: How unhappy a lover. — Musicks hand-maid. 
New lessons or instructions for the virginals or harpsychord. — Blow : 
If mighty wealth; Air from a birth-day ode. — Purcell: Leave your 
mountain vale; To her we ftow'ry chaplets. — Air against the bite of 
a tarantula from Zimmerman's Flortlegium. — Purcell: If thou wilt 
give me back my love; Amidst the shadea. — Jones: Farewell, deare 
love. — Sing we now merily. — Lawea: If my mistress fix her eye.— 
Geminiani: Primo Cesare, ottomano. — Forlana, Venetian dance. 

Smithy Laura Alexandrine. 

The music of the waters. A collection of the sailors' 

chanties, or working songs of the sea, of all nations. 

London. Kegan Paul, Trench & Co. 1888. M.106.22 



Smith, Laura Alexandrine. (ConHnutd,) 
Through Romany songland. London. Stott. 1889. 

The airs of many songs ars ghrsn. M.9o8.fl2 

Smith, M. F. H., edUar. 
Abt, F. Father of mercies. Quartet and [s.] solo. 

No. 21 in M.X9a7 
Smith, Miss Horace. 
A rainy day. Operetta. The music by Virginia Gabriel. 

No. 2 in M.272.15 
Smith, Paul, pstnd. See Moniudt, Guillaume £douard. 
Smith, Robert Archibald. 
How beautiful upon the mountains. Full anthem. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] London. Novello. [184-?] 
Also to be found in Musical times [Musie]. No. 1 6 in M.29a9.a 

Smith, Robert Archibald. W<frks about. 
Ramsay, P. A. Memoir of [Robert Archibald] Smith. 
[Added, five pages of verses by Smith.] {In Tannahill. 
Works. Pp. xlii-lxvi. London. [1838.]) 

No. I in M.X0442 
Smith, Robert B. 
A China doll. A musical comedy. Book & lyrics by Harry 
B. and Robt. B. Smith. Music by Alfred E. Aarons. 

M.397.Z 
"Fantana.*' A musical comedy. Book by Rob^ B. Smith 

and Sam S. Shubert. Music by Raymond Hubbell. 

M.38349 
Smith, Theodore. 

Sweet is the breath. Duet [a. t.]. {In Social harmony. 

Pp. 290, 291.) No. 232 in M.ais.ax 

Smith, Walter. 

Praise the Lord, O my souL Full anthem. [Accomp. for 

organ. London. Novello & Co. 186-?] No. 22 in M.z57.fl9 

Smith, Mrs. Warington, translaiar. 

ViARD-Louis, J. Music and the piano. London. 1884. 

M.X03.20 

Smith, William, Jr. 
A lecture on church music. London. Simpkin, Marshall 
& Co. 1859. No. I in M.37345 

Smith, William Seymour. 
"Break forth into joy.'' Anthem for Christmas. [Accomp. 
for organ.] Boston. Schmidt. 1892. No. 51 in M.X58.X9 
Evening. [Part-song.] London. Jefferys. N. d. 

No. 37 in M.X2X.3 
The moon. Ode for female voices [s. s. a.]. Words by A. 
Stewart Harrison. Music by Seymour Smith. [Accomp. 
for pianoforte.] London. Augener & Co. [188-?] 

No. 5 in M.ao4.32 
Smith, The. Part-song. Kriutzbs, C M.192.23.X 

Smiths are good fellows. Glee. Cobb, J. 

No. 203 in M.xxax.3; etc 
Smita, Willem. 
Mass, in D. [For t. t. & Accomp. for organ.] {In BreL 
Six masses.) No.4inM.2604 

Smoiian, Arthur. 
Engelbert Humperdinck, Maurlsche Rhapsodic fur Or- 
chester. Erlautert. Leipzig. Seemann. [igoi.l 

No. 13 in M.az7.x2.9 

Richard Strauss, "Taillefer." (Ballade von Ludwig Uhland.) 

Fur Chor, Soli und Orchester. Op. 52. Erlautert. ]>ip- 

zig. Seemann. [1903.] No. 15 in M.ax7.xa.xa 

These two works form respectivelj No. aid and aSj of Der Mnslk* 
fahrer. 

Smoni, 

Lydia, ou les fiances de Novgorod. Op^ra-comique. Pa- 
roles de MM. de Lyden et SmonL Musique de Edmond 
Missa. No. 2 in WLVjs^ 

Smoothly glide. Canon. Haybs, W. Catches, glees and 
canons. Vol. 2. No. 2 in M.aao.5.a 

Smugglers, The. Optra. For the Music see Attwood; also 

Soiisa. For the Librbtto see Birch; also Vance, W. 
Smyth, Charles John. 
Six letters on singing. Norwich. Stevenson, Matchett & 
Stevenson. 1817. No. 5 in M.X44,ia 

Smyth, Ethel Mary. 
Fantasio. Phantastische Komodie in zwei AufzCigen. 



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Smyth, Ethel Mary. (Continued,) 

Dichtung (mit freier Benutzung des gleichnamigen Lust- 
spieles von A. de Musset) und Musik von £. M. Smyth. 
[Klavierauszug mit Text. Leipzig. 1898?] if .389.29 
Quintett in £ dur fur 2 Violinen, Bratsche und 2 Violon- 
celli. Op. I. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [188-?] 

No. 4 in 11405.74 

Der Wald. The Forest. Musik-Drama mit Prolog und 

Epilog in einem Akt von E. M. Smyth. [Vocal score.] 

Mayence. Schott. 1902. lf.389.30 

8nied«ra, August. 

Yolande. Lyrische legende. Muziek van Emile Wambach. 

lf.379.34 
''CllteTpovn.'* [Schneeflockchen.] Opera, For the Music 
see Rimtki-KorBakoT. For the Libkbtto see Ottrovild. 
Snoeck, C6sar C. 
Catalogue de la collection d'instruments de musique 
anciens et curieux. Gand. Vuylsteke. 1894. if.207.37 
SnSfiid. Cantata. For the Music see Aiidr(«. For the Li- 
bretto see Rydb«rg. 

Snow, ^. 

What cruel pains Corinna takes. Air harmonized. (In 

Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3, 

pp. 238^ 239.) No.8oinlf.zzx4.3 

Snow, The, has fallen around me. Part-sang, Franz, R. 6 

songs for mixed voices. No. 9 in iL2704 

Snow-drop, The. Part-sang, Barnby. No. 88 in lf.157.5.2 

Snowdrops. Part-sang, Raff. No. 23 in if .195.1.17 

Snow Hakes. Sang. Cowen. No. 25 in M.192.IZ 

Snow in spring. Part-sang. Rbineckb, C. H. C 

No. 10 in If .204.36.5 

So bright is thy beauty. Catch, Haybs, W. Catches, glees 

and canons. Vol. i. No. i in M. 220.5.1 

So cedo ai detti tuoi. Aria, Gugublmi, P. No. 4 in if .i2ai2 

So che fedele. Aria. Sacchini. No. 2 in m. 120.29 

So ch« vanti. Catch [for 3 voices]. (In Amusement for the 

ladies. Vol. 3, p. 49.) No. 17 in if .220.3.3 

Also to be found in Bland's The Lsdies' collection. 

So du mit deinem Munde bekennest Jesum. Anthem. Bach, 

J. S. Werke. Jahrgang 30. lf.8040.21.30 

So echte deutsche Art. Part-sang, Gottwald. 

No. 60 in If .204.39 
So far away. Part-sang, Schobn, E. von. No. 37 in if .204.38 
So full of life. Glee. Wbbbb, S. Selection of glees. Vol. 2. 

No. 17 in If .235.13.2 
So gracious is thy sweet self. Madrigai. 
Bennst, J. No. 80 in If. 157.20.3; etc 

Fbrrbtti, G. No.2inlf.235.ii;etc. 

So hab' ich doch die ganze Woche. Part-sang. Klbffel. 

No. 8 in If .39242.4 
So h«rsig, wie mein Lisel. Sang. Taubbrt, C. G. W. Sechs 
Lieder. Op. 76. No. 11 in M. 192.6 

So Ist's recht. Part-sang. Tauwitz, E. 2 heitere Chore. 

No. 21 in lf.392.26 

So lang auf Bergen reift der Wein. Part-sang. Reinbckb, C. 

H. C. Durstige Lieder. No. 20 in if .392.21 

So lang im Keller noch ein Pass. Part-sang. Pfeiffbr, E. J. 

No. 181 in If .147.4 

So lang man nuchtern ist. Part-sang. Mbndblssohn-Bar- 

THOLDY, J. L. F. No. i6inlf.i29a.44;etc 

So lasst mich scheinen, bis ich werde. Sang, Schumann, R. 

A. Lieder . . . aus Wilhelm Meister. 

No. II in M. 244.15.3; etc. 
So light is love. Madrigal, Wilbyb. Works. Vol. 2. 

No. 4 in If .234.19.2 

So mancher mocht ihr Blumchen sein. Part-sang. Werner, 

F. W. No. 103 in lf.i29a.43.3 

So mancher mogt' ihr Bliimchen seyn. Part-sang. Mbth- 

FBS8BL. No. 3 in M .i29a.43.i 

So merrily over the ocean spray. Part-sang. Richards, H. B. 

No. 3 in M. 244.104 

So muss mein Liebchen sein. Quartet. Gubth. Drei heitere 

Solo-Quartette. Op. 39- No. 36 in if .392.10 

So muss mein Liebchen sein. Sang. Abt, F. Funf Lieder. 

Op. 92. No. 33 in If .192.1 



So Oder so. Sang. Beethoven. Werke. Serie 23. lf.4i3.i.S3 
So peaceful rests. Catch. Greene, M. No. 7 in If .158.13; etc 
So puenklich zur Sekunde. Part-sang. Otto, E. J. Ernst 

und Scherz. No. 2 in If .392.20 

So sagen die Weisen. Part-sang, Schneider, J. C. F. 

No. 27 in If .Z29a.43.i 
So saith my fair. Madrigal. MARENZia No. 6 in M .Z57.20.z ; etc. 
So shall my darling be. Sang. Abt, F. No. 35 in lf.z9S.2 
So soon is morning on us breaking. Part-sang. Wbbkb, C. 

M. F. E. von. No. 4 in lf.235.z6 

So stehn wir. Song. Brahms. Lieder und Gesange. Op. 32, 

Heft 2. No. 6 in If .38o.4az 

So still at evening lies the lake. Cantata. For the Music see 

Goetz, H. For the Libretto see Mueller von Koenigs- 

winter. 
So viel Stern' am Himmel stehen. Part-sang. Schobn, £. 

von. No. 28 in lf.39S.7 

So wahr die Sonne scheinet. Duet. Lachnbr, F. Deutsche 

Gesaenge ftir 2 Singstimmen. No. 10 in lf.22z.25 

Schumann, R. A. 12 Gedichte aus Ruckerts Liebesfruhling. 

No. 1 1 in lf.a44.Z5.z ; etc 
So wahr die Sonne scheinet. Part-sang. Schumann, R. A 

Minnespiel. No. 12 in ^.244.15.3 

So wahr die Sonne scheinet. Sang. Mihalovich. Acht 

Gedichte. No. 5 in If .380.2Z 

So weich und warm. Duet, Cornelius. Werke. Band 2. 

IL4Z4.20.S 
So weich und warm. Part-song. Corneuus. Werke. Band 

2. IL4Z4.90.S 

So weit! Part-sang. Schobn, E. von. No. 15 in 1c.39s.39 

So weit von hier. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 22. 

No. 54 in If .a44.5.s 
So wie Blumen. Duet. Weber, C. M. F. E. von. 

No. I in lf.244.z7 
So will ich frisch und frohlich sein. Sang. Brahms. Deutsche 

VolksHeder. Heft 5. No. 13 in lf.3004a3 

So willst du von mir gehen. Song, Kuecken, F. W. 

No. 7 in lf.244.(&.2 
So winterlich. Part-sang. Dietrich, A H. Sechs Lieder. 

Op. 18. No. 44 in M. 392.6 

So wird es geschehen. Part-song, Flubgel. No. 28 in if .203.7 
So wUnsch ich ihr ein' gute Nacht. 5*^91^. Brahms. Deutsche 

Volkslieder. Heft 3. No. 11 in If. 380.40.3 

Soane, George. 
Aladdin, or the wonderful lamp. A fairy opera. Composed 

by Henry R. Bishop. M.39Z.5 

The Andalusian; or, the young guard. An original oper- 
etta, in two acts, by George Soane. The music by Ed- 
ward Loder. London. Jefferys. 1848. No. 14 in lf.z45.25 

Libretto only. 

Faustus. A musical romance. Composed by T. Cooke, 

Charles £. Horn, and Henry R. Bishop. No. 2 in U.^fgo^s 

The island of Calypso. An operatic masque. Composed 

by Edward J. Loder. If.28a3 

Soane, George, editor. 

Weber, C. M. F. E. von. [Der Freischutz.] M*390-39 

Soaper, John. 

Double chant. [For s. a. T. b. In A] (In Ayrton. Sacred 

minstrelsy. Vol. i, p. 39.) No. 14a in lf.S90.22.z 

Soave fia il morir. Madrigal. Palbstbina. Werke. Band 28. 

lf.8040a.66.28 
Soave immagine d'amor. Song. Mercadante. 

No. 56 in If .235.Z8.2 
Soave sia il vento. Part-song. Mozart. No. 5 in if .Z57.Z4.4 
SobieskL Opera, For the Music see David. Quatre duos. 

Sobolewsld, Eduard. 
Johannes der Taufer. Oratorium, nach Worten der heili- 
genSchrift. Clavierauszug. Konigsberg. [183-?] M. 243.25 

Sobrie et juste. Anthem. Palbstbina. Werke. Band 31* 

lfA>4oa.66.3z 

Social harmony. A collection of the most esteemed ft cele- 
brated glees, catches, canzonets. London. Jones ft Co. 
[1818.] If.2z5.2z 

Conttnts. — ApoUo and the muaet. — Webbe: Merry and wise. — 
Smart: The happy fellow. — Hayes: Melting airs. — Ame: Hush to 



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peace. — Webbe: Heigh ho. — Hayes: The rose. — Aldrich: Hark 
thebonnj. — Webbe: The moon and won^an. — Arne: Elegy on the 
death of Mr. Shenatone. — Hayea: When Flora decks. — Webbe: 
Sorely that's the tender. — Battishill : Amidst the myrtles. — Pur- 
cell: Fye, nay prithee. — Hilton: What shall he haye. — Handel: 
Come, erer smiling Liberty. — Weldon: Let ambition fire. — Hook: 
Far in a wilderness. — Harington; Look I neighbours, look! — 
Smart: To be joriid and gay. — Lawes: View, Lesbia, view. — 
Harington: Go, false Damon. — Playford: Comely swain. — Wilson: 
From the fair Larinian shore. — Hayes: No longer Orpheus. — Al- 
cock: Hail I erer pleasing solitude. — Bumey: Peter White. — 
Linley; A bumper. — Uxor mca, uxor polla. — Hayes: O come, fair 
Hebe. — Cesar: To our musical club. — Arne: Thou toft-flowIng 
Atou. — Purcell: Sweet tyranness. — Brewer: 'Tis Amsrillis. — 
Hsyes: You beat your pate. — Here's a health to all good lasses. — 
The sHver swan. — Hayea; When Chloe's kind. — Purcell: Sum up 
all the deUghta. — Freeman: Of all the brave birds. — 111 fares the 
family. — Boyce: 'Tis thus and thus farewelL — Clarke: In drinking 
fun bumpers. — Purcell: Psle faces stand by. — LInley: The bottle's 
the sun. — Jenner: Ancient Phillis. — Weedon: Fourteen cows. — 
Webbe: My lore and I for kisses. — By shady woods. — All in the 
downs. — All' amore non ru6. — God sstc the King. — Cocchl: 
Cantlam, brilliam. — Gemlniani: Gently touch. — Arne: Busz quoth 
the blue fly. — Morley: Go ye my cansonets. — Arne: Sigh no more. 

— Coleman: The glories of our birth. — Farewell mine own sweet- 
heart. — Dibdin: Lawyer Brief, Why all thb stir? — Unbend thy 
working ndnd. — Morley: Now Is the month. — Taylor: Ding dong. 

— Valton; Peace, thou white rob'd child. — Taylor: Sweet are the 
flow'rs. — Hayes: Haste, ye soft gales. — Berg: Not a day more than 
thirty. — Purcell: While bolts and bars. — Webbe: As Thomas waa 
cudgci'd. — To Portsmouth. — PasquaH: O happy tolltude. — Toby 
reduced. — Purcell: Jack thou'rt a toper. — Thomas: Tho' you are 
young. — Giardini: Beriamo tutti. — Ires: Come, honest friends. — 
Purcell: Fairest isle. — Estc: How merrily we Htc. — Attcrbury: 
Pretty maidena. — Hayes: On a scolding wife. — Adieu, Tain joys. 

— Green: I'tc lost my mistress. — Blow: Go, perjur'd man. — 
CarissimI: Dite O deli. — Hayes: Ars longs, Ttta breris. — Berg: 
How happy are we. — There's s pudding. — Hilton: Turn Amarlltts. 

— Brewer: Go, Damon, go. — RsTenscroft: We be three poor 
mariners. — Lawes: Gather your rosebuds. — Hayes: Hall I flow'ry 
mead. — Arne: Which is the properest day. — Ives: Now are we 
met. — Narcs: Wilt thou lend me thy mare. — Howard: Ye cheerful 
Tirgins. — Baildon: Adieu to the rillsge. — Carey: In these grores. 
<— Hayea: Thla tomb be thine. — Tallla: Like as the doleful doTC. — 
Holcombe: When here, Lucinda. — Webbe: A gen'rous friendship. 

— Morley: Sweet nymph. — Carter: The royalty catch. — Follow 
me, my jorial boys. — Arne: Rise glory. — TrsTers: Doubtless tho 
pleasure. — Hold thy peace. — Purcell: How sweet is the air I — 
Taylor: Hencc^ begone. — Go gentle breexes. — From night till 
mom. — Harington: 'Tis humdrum I — White sand and grey. — 
Would you alng a catch. — Bates: Come follow me with merry glee. 
Here's a heal^ to all them that we Iotc. — Harington: I cannot 
alng. — On thy sweet lips. — Travers: Says Pontius in rage. — 
Eccles: Ah I how lorely. — Baildon: Mister Speaker. — Cranford: 
Come hither, Tom. — L'avare eat toujours. — Mornington: When 
lor the world's repose. — Fill your glasses round. — Alcock: When 
Troy town. — Vento: Bright Phoebus now lights up. — Hayden: As 
I saw fair Oora. — Locke: Ne'er trouble thyself. — Arne: See, Bob, 
the plsy is done. — SteffanI: Prithee leare me. — O beauteous eyes. 

— Flat'rer why dost thou. — Trarers: I, like the bee. — Cocchl: 
Colla bottiglla. — Purcell : For lore er'ry creature. — Webbe : Says 
Damou to Chloe. — O thou wert bom to please me. — Marella: 
Half an hour past twelve o'clock. — Atterbury; Yes, these are the 
scenes. — Handel: See the oonqu'ring hero. — My dame has in her 
hut. — Greene: So peaceful rests. — Purcell: Britons, strike home. 

— Harington : The black sanctus. — Byrd : The eagle's force. — Arne : 
To fair Fidele's. — WeeDces: Welcome sweet plessure. — White: 
Hark I how the woods do ring. — Orerend; How sweet the breath. 

— Rameau: Where is pity's. — Purcell: Man is for the woman. — 
GiordanI: Adieu, my lore. — To thee, O gentle sleep. — Warren: 
To our musical club. — Purcell: What can we. — Broderip: When 
the full organ. — Purcell: Now are we met — Let's lire and let's 
lore. — Carey: Curst be the wretch. — Berg: I msrry'd a wife. — 
Tayk>r: Haste, to rural sports. — Hayea: If neither brass nor 
marble. — Ridley: Away my brare boys. — Cusens: Sweet are the 
banks. — Cocchl: Viva Londral — Webbe: Come lire with me. — 
Purcell: Shepherds, leave decoying. — Hayes: May does er'ry 
fragrance. — Green: Why is all this whining? — Hook: Golden sun. 

— The very bees. — Arae: When ail the Attic fire was fled. — Carey: 
He comes, the hero comes. — Ye noble minds. — Scotland: Lightly 
tread. — Brewer: Why shou'd not we three. — Jackson: Time has 
not thin'd. — Hilton: Come let us all a Maying. — Hayea: Tipple 
sway. — Green: Hail I British isle. — I sing the British. — Dibdin: 
Give round the world. — Pcpusch: Hark I methinks I hear the sea- 
men. — Adieu the verdant lawns. — Hayes: Unbend thy working 
mind. — Ireland: How sleep the brave. — Hayea: AUke in temper. 

— Berg: Come friends and companions. — Cuzens: Two lawyers, 
when a knotty caiite. — There were three cooks. — Atterbury: With 
horns and hounds. — Hayes: Poor Johnny'a dead. — Harington: 
Sweet doth blush. — Rogers: Come all noble souls. — Hilton: Now 
that the Spring. — Ut, re, mi. — Dibdin: Sound drums. — Cuxens: 
Happy are we. — Aht c« ira. — Linley: Come my jolly lads. — 
Senxa dite. — Atterbury: How fair and sweet. — Hayea: Stilt in 
our ears. — Mornington: Here in cool grot. — Gregory: Let us be 



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merry. — Dibdin: Behold tho model. — Trsvers: Here innoeeaoa 
and beauty. — Hayes : Sure women and wine. — Purcell : Sing, all ye 
muses. — Puroell: Take not a woman's anger. — Hook: Come now 
let's be joyous. — Webbe: Tell me ye pow'ra. — Gerard: The world 
and its Tot'ries. — Arne : Blow diou winter's wind. — H<dmes : Shew 
a room. — Jenner: Thou'rt gone. — Hayes: O Mersey, may thy 
bounteous stream. — Handel: The flocks shall leave. — Arne: When 
Britain first. — Purcell: For folded flocks. — Arnold: Happy Island. 

— Smith : Sweet is the breath of morn. — Cuxens : His grace in a 
rage. — GiordanI: Adieu, my dear Ned. — Dibdin: This bleak and 
frosty morning. — In siry dreama. — How imperieet Is expresslott. 

— Go to Joan Glover. — Taylor: Under this ground. — Puroell; 
Come all. — Hayes: Let the French hop and sing. -— Fickle Cupid, 

— Hayes: Oh, ever against eating cares. — Viva tutti. — Webbe: 
Now we are met. — ^Hayes: Give me but my bottle.— Garth : Care thou 
canker. — Hayes: Chairs to mend. — Webbe: A batchelor won'd 
have a wife. — Hayes: Bloom of beauty. — Bates: Sir, you are a 
comical fellow. — Hook: Hush, the god of love. — Hsyes: WInde 
gentle evergreen. — Drink to me only. — Hayes: May the king for 
ever live. — Purcell: Soldier, take off thy wlae. — Boyce: Long Hve 
King George. — Brewer: Why shou'd not we three. — Purcell: 
Let's live good honest lives. — Handel : When Phoebus the tops. — 
Green: Busy, curious, thirsty fly. — Eccles: Wine does wonders. — 
Greene : Hail t green fields. — WhUe AduB slept — [Sneering catch.] 

— Edwards : Where griping grief. — Hayes : A catch that is merry. 

— Dibdin: Fsr from the world. — A boat, haate to the ferry. -* 
Webbe: If Eve in her innocence. — Hayea: In a domestic tite«* 
t£te. — Now we're met — Baildon: Ye heav'na, if Innocence. — 
Harington: How great is the pleasure. — Green: Come, all noble 
souls. — Atterbury: Sweet enslaver. — Boyce: A blooming youth. 

— God SSTC Great George. — There waa a jolly miller. — Dibdin: 
Sweetly, let'a enjoy. — Taylor: When Phillis wss fshhfuL — Byrdt 
Non nobis, Domlne. — Hayes: Tears are my dafly food. — Blow: 
Glory be to the Father. — Te Deum. — Miserere. — Oh that the 
salvation. — King: Oh Absalom I my son I — Webbe: To God who 
siu. — Willaert: Amen hallelujah. — Webbe: Glory be to the 
Father. — Look down, O Lord. — Purcell: Glory be to the Father. 

Social whirl. The. Opera. For the Music see Kerkcr. For 

the LiBRBTTo see Herbert, J. W. 
Sodeti del quartetto di Firenze. Publications. 

Unless otherwise stated, theae quarteta are for two vioHns, viola and 
'cello. 

Anichini. Quartetto in mi min. No. i in M.4xaa.a 

Beethoven. Quartetto no. i-6. Op. i8. M.a4(&.a4 

Quartetto 1-3. Op. 59. M.a4(La5 

Quartetto in mi b. Op. 74. No. 2 in M.a46.99 

Serenata. Trio [violino, viola e violoncello] in re. 

No. 4 in M.a4(L96 

Trio in si b [violino, viola e piano]. Op. 97. M.a46.a7 

Trio [per violino, viola e violoncello] 1-3. Op. 4. 

No. 1-3 in M.a46.a6 
BoTTESiNL Quartetto in re. No. a in M^iaa-a 

Croff. Quartetto. No. 2 in M.a46.34 

FioRi. Quartetto. No. i in M.946.34 

Hummel, J. N. Gran settimetto in re min. [Flauto, 
oboe, corno, viola, violoncello, contrabbasso e piano.] 

M.a4(La8 

Langhans. Quartetto. No. 3 in M^iaa^a 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Ottetto [4 violini, 2 

viole, 2 violoncelli]. Op. 20. M.a46w30 

Quartetto in fa min. [Violino, viola, violoncello e 

pianoforte.] Op. 2. No. i in M.246.a9 

Pacini, G. Quartetto, 4to. No. 3 in M.94(L34 

RicoRDi. Quartetto i. No. 2 in M.4iaa.xi 

Spohr, L. Doppio quartetto in re min. Op. 65. M.a46.3X 

Soci6t( chorale de I'Ecole Galin-Paris-Chev^, Paris. Rhgle- 

ment de la Soci^t^. Paris. Chev^. [1850.] 

No. 3 in M.207.17 

SoclM de bienfaisance hoUandaise de Paris. 

CoMETTANT, J. P. O. La Hollaudc musicale i Paris. His- 

toire d'un concert [pour] le b^n^fice de la Soci^t^ de 

bienfaisance hoUandaise de Paris. Paris. 1891. M.376.5 

Soci(t€ de patronage pour le propagation de la M6thode 

Galin-Paris-Chev^. Bulletin, No. i. Paris. [1862.] 

No. 5 in M.907.I7 

Soci£t6 des amateurs de musique, Brussels. R^glement 

adopts dans I'assembl^e g^n^rale du 15 brumaire, 7e 

ann^e r^publn^. Bruxelles. Stapleaux. An VII [1799]. 

No. I in M.102.36 
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national de musique et de d^lamation, Paris. SocUti 
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Soci6t6 imp^riale des orph^onistes lillois au Concours de 

Limoget. R^its & appreciations. Extraits des journaux. 

Lille. Danel. 1864. No. 6 in M.197.3 

Society of Professional Musicians. See Incorporated Society 

of Musicians. 
Sdderberg, W. Th. 
Fagelns visa. Der kleine Vogel. [Mannerchor, t. Solo, 
T. T. B. B.]. Berlin. Simon. [18&-?] No. 7 in if .39a.38 
Same. The bird. [t. solo, t. t. b. b.] New York. Schirmer. 
[ 1887.] No. 3 1 in If .393.25 

S5derman, August Johan. 
Eine Bauemhochzeit. [Quartet, s. a. t. b.] Berlin. Simon. 
[187-?] No. 17 in M.i58.ax 

Same. [t. t. b. b.] No. 10 in lf.393.34; No. 8 in lf.39a.38 

Katolsk messa. For fyra soloroster, chor och orchester. 
Klaverutdrag. Stockholm. 1881. No. 3 in M .aoz.aa 

Schwedischer Hochzeits-Marsch (Brollops). Partitur. Ber- 
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8oehle» Carl. 
Johannes Brahms, Klavierkonzert (No. 2) in B-dur. Op. 
83. Erlautert. Frankfurt a. M. Bechhold. [1898. Der 
Musikfuhrer. No. 139.] No. 13 in ll.az7.ia.6 
Soehmer, Reinhard S. 
Christ the Lord is risen today. An Easter hymn. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] New York. Dodworth. 1862. 

No. 22 in M.Z9a7 
8oeiir» La, de Jocrisse. Optra, For the Music see Bante. 

For the Libretto see Vanloo. 
Sorar Marthe. Opera, For the Music see Le Rey. For the 

Libbetto see Richet. 
Sceurs, Les, de lait. Duet, Concone. No. 16 in if ,a44.a 

Soeurs Gaudichard, Les. Opera, For the Music see Audran. 

For the Libretto see Ordonneau. 
Soffredini, Alfredo. 
Aurora. Bozzetto lirico-drammatico in due atti. Ridu- 
zione per canto e pianoforte dell' autore. Milano. 
Ricordi & c. [i8$h-?] >i.39^-59 

II piccolo Haydn. Melodramma in due atti per uso di 
collegi ed istituto maschili. Riduzione per canto e piano- 
forte. Milano. Ricordi & c. [i8$h-?] M. 399.61 
Salvatorello. Episodic storico-romantico in tre atti. 
Parole e musica di Alfredo Soffredini. Canto e piano- 
forte. Milano. Pigna. 1894. lf.399.6a 
Tarcisio. Bozzetto lirico-drammatico in un atto e due 
parti. Parole e musica di Alfredo Soffredini (scritto 
per voci di giovannetti e grande orchestra). Riduzione 
per canto e pianoforte dell' autore. Milano. Ricordi & 
c. [1882?] M.399.63 
Sofge, H. G. 
Veni Creator [s. t. b. Accomp. for organ. Cincinnati]. 
Peters. 1858. No. 8 in If .a6aio.7 
Sofonisba, La. Opera, For the Music see Paer. For the 

Libretto see ZanettL 
Soft and safe. Glee. Callcott, J. W. No.6inlf.a35.9.a;etc. 
Soft Cupid, wanton, am'rous boy. Glee. Travers. 

No. 21 in lf.a35.X7.x; etc 
Soft falls the tear. Glee. King, M. P. No. 14 in if .a35.aa.i 
Soft is the zephyr's breezy wing. Duet. Geary. 

No. 6 in If .X39a.z&4; etc. 
Soft let the Lamia sound. Part-song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 16 in lf.a35.7.a; etc. 
Soft sleepy profoundly pleasing power. Glee. Wellesley, 
G. C Glees and madrigals. No. 20 in if .a36.a3 

Soft tread, ye nymphs. Round. Smith, J. S. 

No. 114 in lf.aaa9.3; etc. 
Soft Toices blending. Part-song. Weigl. No. 10 in lf.a44.io.z 
Softly fades the twilight ray. Anthem. Havens. 

No. 33 in If .190.3 
Softly fall the shades. Part-song. 
Hatton. No. 4 in If .I57.a ; etc. 

Silas. No. 15 in lf.a35.10; etc. 

Softly falls the moonlight Part-song. Christy, E. P. 

No. 52 in If .157.5.2 
Softly now the light of day. Anthem. 
Aldrich, p. D. No. 3 in If .ao3.a6 



Softly now the light of day. Anthem. (Continued.) 



Camp. 

Hamer. 

Millard, H. 
Softly, 01 drop, mine eyes. Madrigal. 

Vol. 2. 
Softly o'er the rippling waters. Song. 



Softly, softly. Part-sang, Sbyfribo. 
Softly strike each golden lyre. Glee. 



No. 19 in If .203.26 

No. 22 in If .203.87 

No. 39 in If .isS-xS 

Wilbyb. Works. 

No. 33 in If .a34.x9.a 

Thomas, J. R. 

No. 24 in If .193.14 

No. 8 in If .ao5.xa3 

Coward, J. 10 glees. 

No. I in M.a36.x8 

No. 14 in M.a44.io.a 

No. 12 in M.aax.33 



Softly the echo. Part-song. Rossini. 

Sogno» II. Song, Schlett. _ 

Sogno, II, di Cenerentola. 5*^^. Gordigianl £chos de la 

Toscane. Vol. 2. No. 24 in If .a44.X3.a 

Sogno, II, di Scipione. Opera, For the Music see Mosart. 

Werke. Serie 5, No. 7. 

Sogno, ma te non miro. Glee. Traetta. No. 83 in M.aaoQ.! 

Sogno, o sposa. Part-song. Jommblu. No. i in M.zao.a4 

Sografi, Antonio Simone. 

Gli Orazi e j Curiazi. Opera seria. Musica da Domenico 

Cimarosa. If .400.37 ; etc 

Sohlem, , Freiherr von. 

Baldur's Tod. Musikdrama. Musik von Cyrill Kistler. 

If.303.z4 
Soir, Le. Part-song. Jouret. Der Abend. No. 32 in M.39a.za 
Soir, Le. Song. Gounod. No. 6 in lf.z9a.10; etc 

Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 6. 1^3274.6 

Thomas, C. L. A. No. 27 in M49z.a8.a 

Soir, Un, d'^t^. For orchestra. Collin, C. No. 4 in If .336.6 
Soir, Un, d'orage. Opera. For the Music see Mtea. For 

the Libretto see Marthold. 
Soiree d'automne. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 7. 

lf.3a7.4-7 
Soiree d'hiver. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 7. 

If.3a74.7 

Some manqu^e, Une. Opera. For the Music see Foamy. 

For the Libretto see Vemet. 
Soir^ orageuse, La. Opera. For the Music see Dalayrac 

For the Libretto see Radet, J. B. 
Soirtoi de Londres. Songs. Panopka. 
Soirees de Paris. Songs. Donizetti. 
Soir^s de Vienne. Songs. Ricci, F. 
Soirees italiennes. Songs. Mercaoante. 
Soirees musicales, Les. Songs. Rossini. 
Soir^a orph6oniques. Collections de choeurs approuv^s par 

la Commission du chant de la ville de Paris. Paris. 

Escudier. [186-?] lf.Z57.S 

ContitUs. — Thomas: Les trsineaux; La ▼apeor; Le Tyrol. — Badn: 
Attila dcTsnt Rome; Le d^art des ap6trea; Les ▼cndaafears dn 
Rhin; Les matelots de TAdriatiqae; Salut k C^sar; Le tirenr d'are; 
Le soldat Tigneron; Annibal trsTersant les Alpes; Gloire k la France; 
Chant des ^coles communales; Le bapt^mc; Le lonp et I'agneao.— 
Chariot: La creation. — Salom^: Uim nnit en mcr. — Mosart: La 
flute enchant^ — Delibes: Ifarchc de soldats. — Glnek: IphlgWe 
en Aulide. — Rossini: Mose-pri^e. — Polignac: Le myosotls. — 
Chariot: Chantons la vapeur. — Palestrlna: Kyrie. — Haydn: Gsa- 
tique d'Haydn. 

Soirees parisiennes. Part-songs. Wecksrlin. No. 2 in lf.z5844 
Sola beUe sans alarmes. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. 

Vol. 8. lf.3a7^JI 

Sois ententif, mon peupl', i ma doctrine. Anthem. Sweblinck. 

Werken. Deel 2. u^i^oji 

Sois libre, sois heureux. Song. Louis, N. 

No. 10 in If .3904; etc. 
Sois ma bayadere. Song. Auber. No. ii in lf.z93.az.z 

Soia moy, Seigneur, ma garde. Anthem. Swbeunck. 

Werken. Deel 4. lf.4Z3.a.4 

Soia toujours mes seules amours. Song. Schubert, P. P. 

Melodies. Vol. i. U^'j^i 

66, Le. Opera. For the Music see Offenbach. For the Li- 
bretto see Pittaud. 
Sokolov, Nikolai A. 
La caressante. Polka pour orchestre d'archets. Op. 38. 

Partition. Leipzig. Belaieff. 1899. No. 3 in lL4za.zz 
El^gie pour orchestre. Op. 4. Partition. Leipzig. Belaieff. 

[188-?] No. 4 in If .343.33 



No. 1-6 in If .S44.Z8 
No. 9-14 in If .944.4 

No. 7-14 in If .a44.z8 
lf.367.zo 

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Sokolov, Nikolai A. (Continued,) 
Quatuor pour deux yiolons, alto et violoncelle. Op. 7. 
Partition. Leipzig. Belaieff. 189a No. 23 in lf.3zi.z 
Same. Nouvelle Edition. 1895. No. 4 in lf.355.16 

Quatuor, Deuxt^mc (en la majeur), pour deux violons, alto 
et violoncelle. Op. 14. Nouvelle Mition. Partition. 
Leipsiff. Belaieff. 1895. No. 5 in M .355.16 

Quatuor, Troisiime (en r^ mineur), pour deux violons, 
alto et violoncelle. Op. aa Partition. Leipzig. Belaieff. 
i^M. No. 6 in If .355.16 

Les vendredit. Polka pour orchestre d'archets par N. 
Sokolow, A. Glazounow et A. Liadow. Partition. Leip- 
zig. Belaieff. 1899. N0.4inlf4za.11 
Sokrates. Part-sang. Dkbgut. No. 11 in lf.903.z6 
Sol, II, che ne ritchiara. Song. PnuciNz. No. 2 in lf.364.zo 
Sol l>acio» Un, ti dono. Part-song. Sweelznck. Werken. 
Deel 8. lf4Z3.9.8 
Sola, Carlo Michele Alessio. 
Spanish melodies, with characteristic poetry. Written by 
J. R. Planch^. The symphonies & accompaniments by 
C. M. Sola. London. Chappell & Co. [182-?] 

No. 7 in If .39044 
Sola, Carlo Michele Alessio, editor, 

Rossini. Mi manca la voce. No. 4 in if. 235.7.2; etc. 

SoUcc of life. Glee. Aenolo, S. No. 96 in if .22a9.2 

Solart, P. 

Saint Louis. Drame en 3 actes. Paroles du R. P. Marin 

de Boylesve. Musique de P. Solart. [Partition chant et 

piano.] Bruxelles. Katto. [187-?] No. 7 in if .322.16 

Solasii, Ugo, editor. 

Pnosi. Mos& lf4Z5.z9 

II natale del Redentore. lf4Z5.z6 

La risurrezione di Cristo. If4z5.z7 

Solche hergelauf ne Laffen. Song. Mozart. No. 4 in lf.204.37.z 

Sddat, Der. Part-song. Ebk. Volksklange. No. i in lf.z30.8 

MoBBRiNa Soldatenlieder. Heft l. No. 5 in M .392.Z8 

SiLCBn. No. 5 in if .Z30.7 ; etc 

Soldat, Der. Song. 

Schumann, R. A. 5 Lieder. No. i inlf.244.z5.2;etc. 

Spxibr. No. 8 in M. 236.6 

TiiHSEN. 8 Gedichte. No. 11, 12 in If. 236.8 

Soldat, Der, auf seinem Posten. Part-song. Skroup. 

No. 221 in lf.z29a.43.7 

Soldat, Le, et la fiancee. Song. Schubirt, F. P. Melodies. 

VoL 3. lf.327.4.3 

Soldat magiden, Le. Opera. For the Music see Danican. 

For the Libretto see Anseaume. 
Soldat vigneron, Le. Part-song. Bazin. No. 10 in M. 157.8 
Soldaten-Abachied. Part-song. Kern. No. 50 in if .392.Z2 

Marschnbr, H. a. Liebe, Wein und Krieg. 

No. 21 in M.392.Z7 
SiLCHER. Silcher-Album. No. 4 in if .370.30 

Stern, J. No. 3 in lf.z29a.44; etc. 

Soldaten-Abachied. Song. 
MoEBRiNa Drei Lieder. No. 8 in if .236.8 

Taubbrt, C G. W. Zwolf Gesaenge. Op. 27. 

No. 7 in If .2az.26 
Soldatenart. Part-song. Duerrner. Sechs Gesange. Op. 7. 

No. 14 in M. 392.7 

Soldatenbrant Part-song. Schumann, R. A. Romanzen fur 

Frauenstimmen. No. 6 in if .158.24; etc 

Silcher. Silcher-Album. No. 4 in lf.37a30 

Speibel. No. ii in M. 203.16 

Soldatenbrant, Die. Song. Schumann, R. A. Romanzen und 

Balladen. Heft 4. No. 10 in M.244.Z5.2; etc 

Soldaten^Chor. Part-song. Werner, H. No. 50 in M.z29a.43.2 

Soldatenchor aus Faust Part-song. Werner, H. 

No. loi in M.z29a43.3 
Soldateneid. Part-song. Rietz. No. 29 in M.392.22 

Soldatenliebe. Part-song. Kuecken. No. 3-inM.z3o.8 

Soldatenlicbe. Song. Kuecken. 3 Gesange fiir eine Sing- 
stimme. No. i in if .221.25 

Soldatenlied. For orchestra. Moniuszko. No. 3 in M.4Z0.5Z 
Soldatenlied. Part-song. Burkhardt, S. No. 231 in M.Z29a43.7 
Ellmenreich. No. 62 in M,246.22 



Soldatenlied. Part-song. (Continued.) 

Fischer, C. W. No. 49 in if .z29a.43.zo 

Marschner, H. a. Liebe, Wein und Krieg. 

No. 21 in lf.392.z7 
Sattlsr. No. 86 in if .204.39 

Schwalm. Drei Lieder. Op. 76. No. 10 in if .392.24 

Veit. No. 28 in If .392.42.2 

Wendt, J. G. No. 61 in if .2Z3.9 

Soldatenlied. Song. Schumann, R. A. Werkc Serie 13. 
Band 4. If.3z6.z.z3.4 

Taubert, C. G. W. Klange aus der Kinderwelt. Heft i. 

No. 3 in If •Z9a.6 

Soldatenlieder. Part-songs. Moehrinc No. 5 in If .392.Z8 

Soldatenttand. Part-song. Dbssauer. No. 46 in if.204.39 

Hopp, J. No. 45 in M.204.39 

Soldatentod. Song. Abt, F. Der Polenmutter Wiegenlied. 

No. 10 in If .Z92.Z 

Soldatenweh. Song. Banck. 6 Gesange. No. 17 in lf.22z.30 

Soldato, II. Song, (jorbigiani. £chos de la Toscane. Vol. 

I. No. 6 in If .244.Z3.X 

Soldatt, Les, de G^dton. Part-song. Saint-Sa&ns. 

No. 8 in If .392.34 
Soldier, The. Glee. Cooke, T. S. No. 89 in if .Z57.6.2 

Soldier, The, Song. Beethoven. Werkc Serie 24. 

IL4Z3.Z.24 
Soldier, The, in a foreign land. Song. Beethoven. Werkc 
Serie 24. lf.4Z3.z.24 

Soldier, take off thy wine. Catch. Purcbll, H. 

No. 33 in If .Z4Z.2Z.Z ; etc 
Soldier's adieu. The. Part-song. Abt, F. 

No. 24 in If .Z57.6.Z ; etc 
Soldier's adieu. The. Song. Dibd|n, C 1745-1814. 

No. 38 in If .237.7 
Soldier's farewell. The. Duet 

GioRDANi, T. No. 236 in If.2z5.2z 

Soldier's fareweU. Part-song. 

KiNKEL. No. 13 in lf.39248.z 

Soldier'a farewell. The Song. Wuestbnberg. 

No. 12 in lf.2Z2.2z.i 
Soldier^s home. The. Song. Foster, S. C. No. 15 in lf.38o4Z.3 
Soldier's legacy, The. Opera. For the Music see Macfanen, 

G. A. For the Libretto see Oxenford. 
Soldier'a love. Part-song. Kuecken. No. 27 in If.205.zo4; etc 
Soldier's retnm. The. Opera. For the Music see Hook, J. 
*'Soldier^a retnm. The," or Clara and Valentine. Opera. For 

the Music see Goldbeck. 
Soldier'a aong. Part-song. Werner, H. 

No. II in if.205.zo.3; etc 
Soldiers, brave and gallant be. Madrigal. Gastoldi. 

No. 14 in lf.z75.z.z 
Soldiers, The, of Gideon. Part-song. Saint-Saens. 

No. 12, 13 in lf.203.20 

Soldiers' songs. 

Abt, F. Kriegs- und Sieges-Lieder fiir vierstimmigen 

Mannerchor. Op. 392. No. 12 in M. 392.39 

Blackie. War songs of the Germans. With historical 

illustrations of the Liberation war and the Rhine 

boundary question. lf.za9a.30 

Edgell. a collection of soldiers' songs. lf.zo7.5 

Frey, J., editor. Les chants de guerre de la France en 

1870-71. If.z39a.2 

Kastner. Les chants de I'arm^e fran^ise. If.z2z.3z 

Sarrefont, pseud., editor. Chants et chansons militaires de 

la France. Avec la musique des principaux airs. 

1I.I39A-3 
Sole, II. Duet. Goroigiani, L. Echos de la Toscane. Vol. 2. 

No. 40 in If .244.Z3.2 

Soleasi nel mio cor. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werkc 

Band 8. lf.8o4oa.67.8 

Soleil, Le, & son declin. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. 

Vol. 6. M.3274.6 

Soleil, Le, de minuit. Opera. For the Music see Renaud, A. 

For the Libretto see Tminet. 

Soleil levant, Le. Tyrolienne. Wecxerun. Chants des Alpes. 

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La femme compositeur. Paris. La Critique. 1895. [Cri- 
tiques d'art] No. 3 in If .37343 
ConimU, — La fenune-compoai t ciir. — Madame de GrandvaL — An- 
fuata Holmiib CieXtt Chaminadc — Gabrielk Ferrari. — Marguerite 
Olagnier. — Edwige CbrMen. — Pauline Thja. — Madame Teuve 
Alphonie de NenvUle. — Madame AmWe Perroouet. — C^lanie Caria- 
aan. — Madame la Baromie Durand de Footmagne. — Madame Schloaa. 



Massenet £tude critique & documentaire. Paris. Biblio- 
thique d'art. 1897. Illus. Portraits. Facsimiles. 

BibliograpUe, pp. IS9-IS& M.373.a8 

8olcr» . See SoUre, £tiennc. 

Solera, Temistocle. 
Attila. Dramma lirico del Mo. G. Verdi. M.3a7.a4 

Emanuele Fiiiberto, ossia una notte di festa. Melodramma 
tragico. Posto in musica dal Mo. Angelo Villanis. 

M.a84.a8 
L'espinazione. Opera. Per musica di Achille Peri. 

M.293.33 

La fanciulla delle Asturie. Tragedia iirica. Musica di 

Benedetto Secchi. M.a74.aa 

Giovanna d'Arco. Dramma lirico. Posto in musica da 

Qiuseppe Verdi. Venezia. Molinari. [1845.] 

Libretto only, in lulian. No. 1 5 in M.I47.8.a 

Same. Musica di G. Verdi. M.3a8.ao 

Ildegonda. Dramma lirico. Posto in musica da Emilio 
Arrieta. M.i40.a 

I Lombardi alia prima crociata. Dramma lirico del Mo. G. 
Verdi. M.3a8.a3 

Nabucodonosor. Dramma lirico. [Musica del maestro 
Giuseppe Verdi.] Venezia. Molinari. [184-?] 
Libretto only, in Italian. No. 1 7 in M. 147.8.2 

Same. Musique de G. Verdi. M.3a7.i9 

Oberto, Conte di S. Bonifacio. Dramma. Musica di G. 
Verdi. M.3a8.a7 

Zilia. Dramma lirico. Musica di Caspar Villate. M.3a6.a 
Soltee, £tienne. 
Ouverture. [Pour le piano.] (In Pierre, C. V. D. Mu- 
sique des fetes et c6r^monies de la Revolution fran^aise 
... Pp. 53a-535*) M.380.Z4 

Solfeggio. 
DuRANTB, F. [Undici solfeggi a due voci col basso con- 
tinuo.] Manuscript. [Paris? 180-?] M.360.3 

Elwart, a. £. Solf^ge po^tique sur la clef lin^ire. Paris. 
1854. No. 2 in M.37a.6o 

Solf6ge rhythmique sur la clef lin^aire. Paris. 1854. 

No. I in M.37a.6o 
Soli6, pseud. See Soulier, Jean Pierre. 
Soli^ £mile, pseud. See Soulier, £mile. 

Soliman. Symphonic poem. Volkiiann. No. 2 in M.348.1 

Soliman der Zweite. Opera. For the Music see Suessmayer. 
Solitaire, Le. Opera. For the Music see Carafa. For the 

LiBasTTO see Planard. 
Solitaire, La. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 3, 4. 

M.3a74.3,4 
Solitaria, La, delle Asturie. Opera. For the Music see 

Coccia. For the Libretto see RomanL 
Solito, Gaetano. 

L'orfana guelfa. Dramma lirico. Posto in musica da 
Pietro Antonio Coppola. M.a3i.6 

Solitude. For orchestra. Godard, B. L P. No. 2 in M.405.Z7 
Solitude. Part-song. Storch, A M. No. 14 in M.39a.36 

Solitude. Song. Gounod. No. 15 in M.i()a.io; etc. 

Solitudine, La. Song. Handel. Werke. Lieferung 50. 

M.313.1.50 
Solitudine amene ombre. Song. Terradellas. 

No. I in M.110.30 

Solitudini care, amata liberty. Song. Handel. Werke. 

Lieferung 51. M.313.1.51 

Soli denn so mein Herr. Part-song. Schbin. Werke. Band i. 

M.414.1.Z 
Soil es denn nun nicht anders sein. Part-song. Schein. 
Werke. Band i. M.4Z4.Z.X 

Soil ich auf Mamre's Fruchtgefild. Anthem. Handel. 

No. 4 in M.104.37 



Soil sich der Mond nicht heller scheinen. Brahms. Deutsche 
Volkslieder. Heft 5. No. 13 in M.38o4a3 

SoUa, Isidore de. See De Solla, Isidore. 
Sollahub, ComU. See Sollogub, Vladimir Aleksandrovitch, 

Count. 
SoUe, Friedrich. 
Der Schmetterling. Heiterer Mannerchor. Op. 43. Leip- 
zig. Forberg. [1863?] No. 32 in M.39a.a5 
Sollogub, Vladimir Aleksandrovitch, Count. 
Lettre du Comte SoUohub au r^dacteur de Tlnd^pendance 
beige sur la m6thode Galin-Paris-Chev^. Paris. Li- 
brairie nouvelle. 1859. No. 2 in M.907.Z6 
Les musiciens contre la musique. Paris. Chev^. i860. 
On the Cher^ method. No. I in M.379.ao 

Sollt* ich mein Freud' verschweigen. Part-song. Schein. 
Werke. Band i. M4i4.i.x 

Solnedgang. Part-song. Kjbrulp. No. 7 in M.39a.i3 

Solo e pensoso. Madrigal. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 
Band 2. MA>4oa.57.a 

Solo un bacio. Song. Celu. No. 5 in M.336.1 

Solomon, Edward. 
Billee Taylor, or "The reward of virtue." Original nau- 
tical comic opera in 2 acts. By Henry P. Stephens and 
Edward Solomon. Vocal score. New York. Pond & 
Co. [1881.] M.3a9.38 

Claude Duval, or love and larceny. Romantic comic opera 
in 3 acts. Words by Henry P. Stephens. Music by Ed- 
ward Solomon. [Accomp. for pianoforte. Philadelphia.] 
Stoddart. 1882. No. i in U.^%4t 

Lord Bateman, or Picotee's pledge. New comic opera in 
2 acts. Words by Henry P. Stephens. Music by Ed- 
ward Solomon. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Philadel- 
phia. Stoddart & Co. 1882. No. 2 in M-saa^x 
The Nautch girl, or the Rajah of Chutneypore. A new 
Indian comic opera in 2 acts. Words by George Dance. 
Music by Edward Solomon. Lyrics by G. Dance ft 
Frank Desprez. Vocal score. London. Chappell ft Co. 
1891. No. I in M.3a3.i 
Pickwick. By F. C. Burnand, and Edward Solomon. [Ac- 
comp. for piano.] London. Boosey ft Co. [1889.] 

Polly, the pet of the regiment. An original comic opera, 
in 2 acts and 3 tableaux. Written by James Mortimer. 
Composed by Edward Solomon. Vocal score. London. 
Ascherberg ft Co. [1884.] ll.3aa.39 

[Prospectus of] Billee Taylor at the Boston Theatre. 
[Boston. 1887.] Illus. No. 4 in If .1x6.7 

Quite an adventure. An operetta in i act. Written by 
Frank .Desprez. Composed by E. Solomon. [Accomp. 
for pianoforte.] London. Chappell ft Co. [1881.] 

No. 3 in M.39i.a3 
The red hussar. A comedy-opera in 3 acts. Written by 
H. P. Stephens. Music by Edward Solpmon. Vocal 
score. London. Metzler ft Co. [1889.] No. 2 in If .323.1 
The tiger. Operetta in one act. Written by F. C. Bur- 
nand. Music by Edward Solomon. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Hopwood ft Crew. [189-?] 

No. 4 in if .395.35 

[The Vicar of Bray.] A collection of songs, duets, ftc, 

from the comic opera, The Vicar of Bray. Written by 

Sydney Grundy. Composed by Edward Solomon. 

[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Williams. [1892.] 

No. 2 in iL393.63 

Virginia; or ringing the changes. A new and original 

comic opera, in 2 acts. Written by Henry P. Stephens. 

Composed by Edward Solomon. [Accomp. for piano.] 

New York. Pond ft Co. 1883. No. 2 in M.39a40 

Solomon. Cantata. For the Music see Boyce. For the 

Libretto see Moore, E. 
Solomon. Oratorio. For the Music see HandeL 
Solomon's prayer. Anthem. Fowle. 15 anthems. If •290.26 
Solakina-vise. Song. Kjbrulf. S&nger och Visor. Band i. 

lf.15847 

Solua igitur Deus refugium meum. Afotet. Lassus. S&mmt- 

liche Werke. Band 13. If.8040a.67.z3 



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SolTay, Locien. 
Frasquita. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Lucien Solvay et 
Georges Du Bosch. Musique de Laurent de Rill^. 

No. 3 in If .300.x 

Patria. Poeme lyrique pour soli, choeurs et orchestre. 

Musique de Th6odore Radoux. No. i in lf.axa.a 

Thyl Uylenspiegel. Drame lyrique de MM. Henri Cain ft 

Lucien Solvay. Musique de Jan Blockx. 11.389.3 

SoItc jubente Deo. Motet PALisniifA. Werke. Band i. 

UJ8o^omM.i 
Solweigs Lied. Sang. Gaiia Grieg-Album. 3. 

No. 4 in If .155.16 
SolTejgs Wiegenlied. Song. Gaiia Grieg-Album. 5. 

N0.6inif.z55.16 
Soljrma, O happy Solyma. Anthem, Mozakt. 

No. 24 in lf.aax.aa.3 
Sombre chagrin. Aria. Sacchini. Le Sacchini des concerts. 

M.a74^ 
Sombres forcts. Song, Rossinl No. 2 in if .157.38 

Some feelings are to mortals giv'n. Glee, Jolly. Hymns, 
canons. M.a35.a 

Some folks. Song, Foster, S. C No. 16 in lf.38041.3 

Some "modem wives. Caich. Atterbury. No. 40 in if .890.9.3 
Some one*a coming. Song, Davenport, A. No. 3a in if.a90.13 
Some aay 'tis ambition. Catch. Nares. No. 39 in if .aao.zo 
Somebody's coming to see me tonight. Song. Foster, S. C 

No. 17 in M. 38041.3 
SomervUle, Reginald. 
The 'prentice pillar. A romantic opera, in one act. The 
words written by Guy Eden. The music composed by 
Reginald Somerville. (Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon- 
don. Novello & Co. 1899* No. 3 in If 402.71 
Something brighter, purer far. Part-song, Smart, H. 

No. 2 in If .a44,ia6; etc 
Sometimes a light surprises. Anthem. Righini. 

No. 5 in lf.a01.37 
Somma, Antonio. 
Un ballo in maschera. [Opera. Musica di] G. Verdi. 

If .400.53; etc 

Maria degli Albizzi. Melodramma. Posto in musica da 

Placido Mandanici. lf.3Z04 

Sommeilt Le, de Tenfant. Song. David, F. C 50 melodies. 

lf.363^ 
Sommeil interrompu, Le. For piano, Blumenthal. 

No. 13 in lf.190.10 
Sommer, August. 
Cin-Ko-Ka. Operetta en tres actos. Musica de Aug. 
Sommer. Reduccion para piano solo, por Raffaello 
Ristori. Milaga. Lopes y Pino. [1890?] 

No. 2 in If .381.34 
Sommer, Hans, psend. See Zincke» Hans Friedrich August. 
Sommer, Die, ist so schon. Song, Frame, R. Sechs Ge- 
sange. Op. 3. No. 18 in lf.a44.5.x 

Sommerabend» Ein. Part-song. Lihdblad. No. 10 in lf«39a.38 
Sommerabend. Song. Brahms. Sechs Lieder. Op. 85. 

No. 9 in If .38o^aa 
Sommerfaeden. Song. Brahms. Fiinf Gesange. Op. 72. 

No. 8 in M.38o.4a3 
Sommerfahrt. For strings, Zoellner, H. No. 3 in M404.36 
Sommerklaenge aus Sud-Russland. For orchestra, Bendix. 

1L33X.3 

Somiperlied. Part-song, 

BoEHME, F. M. Sechs Volkslieder. No. 7 in M.393.5 

Grote. Vier Mannerquartette. No. 40 in M.392.8 

Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. L. F. No. i inM.i30.7;etc 
Reimann, H. Vier Lieder. No. 27 in M.Z94.16 

Schumann, R. A. Romanzen u. Balladen fur Chorgesang. 

No. 16 in M.i58.ax ; etc 

Sommeriied. Song. Taubert, C. G. W. Sechs Lieder. Op. 

X53B. No. II inM.z93.8 

Sommermondnacht. Part-song, Brah-Mubller. Nacht- 

lieder. No. 10 in M.39a.37 

Sommemacht, Eine. Cantata. For the Music see Schula, 

A. For the Libretto see Reinick. 



Sommernacht. Part-song, 
Bergmann. 5 Gesange fur Mannerchor. Op. 34. 

No. 24 in M.392.3 
BiLLBTER. Funf Gesange fur Mannerstimmen. Op. 4. 

No. 39 in M.39a4 
Brambach. No. 27 in M.39a.5 

FiLKE. No. 13 in M.392.8 

Muehung, a. No. 52 in M.X29a.43.xo 

ScHiLLiNa No. II in M.203.x6 

Stuckenschmidt. No. 14 in M.3924a.a 

Veit. No. 9 in M.X30.7 

Vesque von Puettlingen. 3 Quartetten. 20. Werk. 

No. 12 in M.ax2.7 
Wagner, R. No. 7 in M.203.aa 

Sommemacht, Die. Song, Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 



M.3X7.z.ao.3 

Hentschel. Vier 

No. 44 in M.393.X0 



20, Band 3. 
Sommemacht auf dem Meere. Part-song. 

Gedichte. Op. 16. 
Sommemachtstraum, Ein. Incidental mnsic. Mendelssohn- 

Bartholdy, J. ll F. No. 2 in M.353.5 

SommemachtstfrnmiL Overture. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, 

J. L. P. No. I in M.3X2.S 

Sommemachtstraun. Part-song, Wurmb. No. ii 1nM.axa.z9 
Soimnemaechtc Por orchestra, Huber, H. M.343.44 

Sommemichte, Die. Songs. Berlioz, L H. No. 4 in M.a7o.55 
Sommerreise zum Rhein. Part-song, Feyhl. No. 2 in M.370.30 
Sbmmerrah. Duet, Schumann, R. A. Werke. Serie 14. 

M.3Z6.Z.Z4 
Sommersang, En. Song. Kjerulf. Singer och Visor. Band 

I. M.X 58.47 

Sommertag» Ein. Symphonic poem. Triest. No. 2 in M.333.25 
Sommertag auf dem Lande. Symphonic poem. Gaoe. 

No. 2 in M.34546 
Sommertagabilder. Cantata. For the Music see Reinecke, 

C^. xl. v<. 
Sommeruntergang. Part-song, Lachner, F. Vier Gesange. 

No. 21 in M.X94.X6 
Sommi dei. Aria, Handel. 12 Sopran-Arien. 

No. I in M.a7048 
Somogyi, P^ter, transhtor. 

Erkel. Bink Bin. M.397.a5 

Son, Le, du cor s'afflige vers les bois. Song. Loepfler. 

Quatre poemes. M410.86 

Son amattte. Song. Bertonl No. 6 in M.X40.Z 

Son and stranger. Opera. For the Music see Mendelssohn- 

Bartholdy, J. L. F. For the Libretto see Klinge- 

mann, C. 
Son conlosa pastorella. Aria. Handel. 



12 Alt-Arien. 

No. 2 in M.27048 

No. 69 in M.3aa9.3 

Werke. Serie 20, 

M.3X7.x.aaxo 



Son finiti ben mio. Glee. Giardini. 
Son fra I'onde. Song. Schubert, F. P. 

Band 10. 
Son image. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. Vol. 5. 

M-3a74-5 
Com» na Boirk [Der Traum auf der Wolga.] Opera. For 

the Music see ArenakL For the Libretto see OstrovakL 

Son nom! For flute and piano, Louis, N. No. 12 in M.390.X2 

Son pur giunta una volta. Song, Prati, A. No. 6 in M.iao.a8 

Son aempre a tempo. Song. Gordigianl £chos de la Tos- 

cane. Vol. 2. No. 7 in M.244.x3.a 

Sonal, Marc, pseud. See Lano8» Georges. 

Sonataa. Por organ. 

Buck, D. Grand sonata in £ flat for the organ. Op. 22. 

No. 8 in M.aoo.a 

Capocci. Sonata, la, per organo. 

Sonata, Seconda, per organo. 

Sonata, Terza, per organo. 



No. I in M.4X4.34 

No. 2 in M4X4.34 

No. I in M.3aa3 

No. II inM4X4.3a 



Eyken. Sonate (No. 3) fisr die Orgel. 
Lachner, F. Drei Sonaten ftir die Orgel. 

No. 3-5 in M4X4.34 
Langs, S. de. Sonate (No. 4 in D dur) fur die Orgel. 

No. 7 in M4X4.34 

Sonate iiber Luther's Choral : Ein f este Burg ist unser 

Gott. No. 6 in M4X4.34 

Lemmens. Trois sonates pour orgue. No. S-io in M4X4.34 



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Sonatas 



Sonatas. For organ. (ConHnued.) 

Mailly, a. J. E. Sonate pour orgue. No. ii 111114x4.34 

Mbndblssohn-Bartboldy, J. L. F. Six sonatas and three 

preludes and fugues. M^aza^y 

MtaUL* G. A. Sonate [D moll] fur die Orgel zu vier 

Handen und Doppel-Pedal. Op. 50. [Hit einem Fuga.] 

No. I in M.3ia48; etc. 

Sonate, Zweite, ftir die Orgel. Op. 42. No. 3 in 11414.38 

Sonate (N© 3, C-moll) fiir die Orgel. Op. 80. 

No. 5 in 114x4.38 

Sonate (N' 4 in F) fur Orgel. Opus 115. 

No. 9 in 114x4.38 

Sonate (N^^ 5 in D moll) fur Orgel. Opus 118. 

No. II in 114x4.38 

Sonate (N^ 6 in E moll) fur Orgel. Opus 137. 

No. 14 in If .4x4.38 

Sonate (N® 7 in A-moU) fur Orgel. Op. 140. 

No. 15 in 114x4.38 

Sonate (No 8 in H-moll) fur Orgel. Op. 178. 

No. 18 in 114x4.38 

RiUBKS. Grosse Orgel-Sonata in C-moll. (Der 94. 

Psalm.) No. 7 in 114x4.39 

Rhbinbbrgeb, J. G. von. Sonate (C moll) fur Orgel. Op. 

27. No. I in 114x4^0 

Fantasie-Sonate fur Orgel. Op. 65. No. 2 in 114x440 

Pastoral-Sonate fur Orgel. Op. 88. No. 3 in if 4x440 

Sonate (No IV, A-moIl) fur Orgel. Op. 98. 

No. 4 in 114x440 

Sonate ftir Orgel (No 5, Fis dur). Op. in. 

No. 5 in If 4x440 

Sonate fur Orgel (No. 6, £s moll). Op. 119. 

No. 6 in 114x4.40 

Sonate fur Orgel (N© 7, F moll). Op. 127. 

No. 7 in If 4x440 

Sonate, No 8, in E-moll, fur Orgel. Op. 132. 

No. 8 in 114x440 

Sonate, No 9, in B-moll, fur Orgel. Op. 142. 

No. 9 in 114x440 
— Sonate, No 10, in H-moll, fur Orgel. Op. 146. 

No. 10 in 114x440 

Sonate, No 11, in D moll, fur Orgel. Op. 148. 

No. II inlf4X440 

Sonate, No 12, in'Des, fur Orgel. Op. 154. 

No. 12 in lf4X440 
RiTTBa, A. G. Sonate fur die Orgel. Op. 19. 

No. 3 in If .3x248 

Sonate, iii., A moll, fiir die Orgel. Op. 23. 

No. 4 in If .3x248 
RuiPER. Sonate fiir die Orgel Op. 16. No. 9 in lf.4x4.32 
Whiting. Grand sonata for organ. Op. 25. No. 7 in if .202.10 
WoLFRUM, P. Sonate in B moll fur Orgel. Op. i. 

No. 12 in 11414.32 

Sonate, Zweite, in £ dur fiir Orgel. Op. 10. 

No. 13 in If 4x4.32 

Sonate, Dritte, in F moll fur Orgel. Op. 14. 

No. 14 in 11414.32 

Sonataa. For organ and other instrumenU. Mozart. Wcrke. 

Serie 23. If.3i5.x.23 

Sonatas. For pianoforte, 

Alberti, D. VIII sonate per cembalo. No. i in M. 140.x 

Bach, C. P. E. Due sonate per il cembalo solo. 

No. 8 in If .2oa9 

Sonata, in Es-dur, per il clavicembalo. No. 6 in If .200.9 

Sonate due per il cembalo solo. No. 7 in M. 200.9 

Bbethovrn. Sonaten ftir das Pianoforte. Werke. Serie 

16. lf4X3.i.x6 

Chopin. Sonaten fur das Pianoforte. Werke. Band 8, 13. 

If.3i6.2.8«i3 

Clxmbnti, M. Sonates. CEuvres completes [pour le 

pianoforte]. 6 v. M. 360.12 

Frrrari, G. G. Trois sonates pour clavecin, ou forte piano, 

avec accomp. de violon oblige. [Piano seul.] 

No. 18 in If .aio.2 

MacDowell. Sonate. Nr. i, G m. (Sonata tragica.) Op. 

45. Mo. 3 in 11403.98 



Sonataa. For pianoforte. (Continued.) 

Sonate. Nr. 2, G m. (Sonata eroica.) Op. 50. 

No. 4 in 114034^ 

Mozart. [8 Sonaten] fur ein und zwei Pianoforte zu vier 
Handen. Werke. Serie 19. lf.3X5.x.X9 

Sonaten und Phantasien fiir das Pianoforte. Werke. 

Serie 2a lf.3X5.x.2o 

Nebtb. Sechs neue Klaviersonaten, nebst Veranderungen 
iiber die Melodie der Romanze aus der Jubel Hochzeit: 
Kunz fand einst einen armen Mann. No. i in M.900.X0 

Zwolf neue Klaviersonaten. No. 2 in if .200.XO 

Plbybl, I. J. Trois sonates pour le pianoforte, violon et 
violoncelle tiroes des Nouveaux quintetti de BoccherinL 
(Euvre i. [Piano seul.] No. i in If .2x0^ 

RoiiBBRG, B. Trois grands sonates pour le pianoforte, 
avec accomp. de violon. No. 2, 3. [Pianoforte seul.] 

No. 4, 5 in lf46o.xx 

Scarlatti. Thirty sonatas for the harpsichord or piano- 
forte. iL38a54 

ScHUBiRT, F. P. Sonaten fiir Pianoforte. Werke. Serie 8. 

M.3X7.X.8 
Shbphbrd, a. Sonata for the pianoforte. Op. 4. M434.65 

Stbibblt. Trois sonates pour le piano-forte, la. premiere 

avec violon oblig^ et les deux autres sans accomp. 

CEuvre 4. No. 15 in lf.2xa6; etc 

Sonataa. For pianoforte and violin. 

BiBER. Acht Violinsonaten, mit ausgefuhrter Clavier- 

begleitung. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in If 4x4.3 

Brahics. Sonate [Erste, G dur] fur Pianoforte und Violine. 

Op. 78. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in If .3S6.X 

Sonate, Zweite (A dur), fiir Pianoforte und Violine. 

Op. 100. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. 2 in M.356.X 

Sonate, Dritte (D moll), fur Pianoforte und Violine. 

Op. 108. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. 3 in if .35(&.x 

Cleiibnti, M. Trois sonates pour clavecin ou piano forte, 

avec accomp. de violon et violoncelle. CEuvre 28. 

[Piano seul.] No. 12 in lf.2xo.x 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 7 in If .axag 

Cramer, J. B. Trois sonates pour clavecin ou forte piano. 

Avec violon ad libitum. Op. 4. [Clavecin seul.] 

No. 14 in If ^xo.x 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 8 in If .2xa9 

DiABBLLi. Grand sonate pour le piano forte, avec accomp. 

de violoncelle oblig^ (ou violon). Op. 92. [Piano seul.] 

No. 3 in If .2xa2 
Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 12 in If .2x0.9 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 18 in if .axaxx 

DussEK. Trois sonates et trois preludes pour le piano- 
forte, avec accomp. de fliitc ou violon et violoncelle. 
CEuvre 31. [Piano seul.] No. 15 in M.2xa2 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 16 in M.2XO.9 

FAVRt, G. U. Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 13. [Par- 
tition.] No. 4 in If .2X0.X3 ; etc 
Ferrari, G. G. Quatre sonates progressives pour le forte- 
piano, avec accomp. de violon, ad-libitum. Op. 27. [Piano 
seul.] No. 17 in M.2ia2 
Same. [Partie de violon.] . No. 19 in lf.2xa9 
France, C. A. Sonate pour piano et violon. [Partition 
et partie.] No. 2 in if .4xa27 
Grieg, £. H. Sonate (C moll) fur Pianoforte und Violine. 
Op. 45. [Partitur.] No. 3 in If .357.2 

Sonate fiir Pianoforte und Violine. Op. 8. [Partitur.] 

No. I in If .357.2 

Sonate fiir Pianoforte und Violine. Op. 13. [Partitur.] 

No. 2 in If .357.2 

Haydn, F. J. Sonates pour piano et violon. [Sol majeur; 

R6 majeur; Mib; La majeur; Sol majeur; Ut majeur; Fa 

majeur; Sol majeur. Partition.] No. i in lf.357.3 

Trois sonates pour le piano forte avec accomp. d'un 

violon. CEuvre 54. [Piano seul.] No. i in M.2xa3 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 20 in M.2xa9 

Hemberger. Quatre sonates, pour le clavecin, ou fort6 

piano, avec accomp. de violon. Op. 13. [Piano seul.] 

No. 3 in If .2x0.3 



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SonaUt. For pianaforU and vioUn. (CmUmmd.) 
Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 23 in M.2io.9 

Kalxbbbmnsr, F. W. M. Grande sonate pour le forte 

piano, avec accomp. de violon ou flute. Op. 22. (Piano 

seul.] No. 6 in If .aiaa 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 34 in if .aio.9 

Kiel. Sonate fur Pianoforte und Violine. Op. 16. [Par- 

titur.] No. 7 in M.910.13; etc 

KiXDTzn, R. Troit sonates pour le piano forte, avec 

accomp. de violon. [Piano seul.] No. 9 >n X-dzo.3 

Cotttalns oiilj ooe tooAtt. 

Same. (Partie de violon.] No. a6 in if .310.9 

Lsncu. Sonate pour piano h violon. No. i in if 4x0^4 

Mbhdblssohn-Baktboldt, J. L F. Grande sonate pour 
piano et violon. Oeuvre 4. [Piano seul.] 

No. 4 in 1L3X04; etc. 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 37 in if ^10.9 

- Mozart. [43] Sonaten fiir Pianoforte und Violine. Werke. 

Serie 18. lf.3X5.x.i8 

NiooLAi, V. Six sonatas i I'usage des commen^ants, pour 
le clavecin ou pianoforte, avec accomp. de violon ad 
libitum. GSuvre II. [Piano seul.] No. 15 in If. 9x04 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. i in lf.3xaio 

PlxtsLv I. J. Six nouvelles sonatines progressives pour 
piano, avec accomp. d'un violon. CEuvre 37. [Partition.] 

No. 5 in lf.9xo.5 

^-^ Six nouvelles sonates progressives pour piano avec 
accomp. d'un violon. Suite de I'oeuvre 27. [Partition.] 

No. 6 in If .1x0.5 

Trois sonates pour clavecin ou forte piano, avec violon 

ou violoncelle. CEuvre 26. [Partition piano et violon.] 

No. 4 in M .axo.5 

Same. (Partie de violon.] No. 10 in if .3xo.xo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 5 in If .3xo.xa 

PoisoT. Sonatine d'apris Tessarinl Pour piano et violon. 
[Partition.] No. 8 in lf.axa3; etc. 

Rapp. Grosse Sonate, Erste, fitr Pianoforte u. Violine. 
Op. 73* [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in if .404.61 

Grosse Sonate, Zweite, fur Pianoforte und Violine. 

Op. 78. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. 3 in if .404.61 

Grosse Sonate, Dritte, fitr Pianoforte und Violine. 

Op. 138. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in If 404^ 

-^ Grosse Sonate, Vierte (Chromatische Sonate in einem 
Satze), fiir Pianoforte und Violine. Op. 129. (Partitur 
und Stimme.] No. 3 in If .404.6a 

Rkcbb, M. Sonate in C-dur fur Violine und Pianoforte. 
Opus 73. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in lf.4xo.xox 

RuBiNSTBiN. Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 13. [Par- 
tition.] No. I in if.357.7 

Sonate, Deuxi^me, pour piano et violon. Op. 19. [Par- 
tition.] No. 2 in If .357.7 

Rust. Sonata seria H moll fiir Pianoforte und Violine. 
[Partitur und Stimme.] If 43x45 

Saimt-SaIns. Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 75. [Par- 
tition et partie.] If43447 

Samazkuilh. Sonate (en si mineur) pour violon et piano. 
(Partition et partie.] If^xx.ix 

Sammabtini. Sonata in A moll. Fur Violine & Klavier. 

No. I in If 433434 

ScHuiCAMN, R. A. Sonate pour piano et violon. Op. 121. 

No. 4 in lf.353.x5 
. ^-^ Sonate fur Pianoforte und Violine. Op. 105. 

No. 3 in lf.353.x5 

SbnaillxI Sonata in A. Fiir Violine & Klavier. 

No. I in lf43343.3 

SftmiBYX. Sonate en sol, violon et piano. [Partition et 
partie de violon.] Op. 7* No. 3 in If. 4x1.8 

Stbxbblt. Six sonates pour le piano forte avec accomp. 
d'un violon oblig^. Op. 37, No. 1-5. [Partition.] 

No. 1-5 in lf.3xo.7; etc. 

^-^ Six sonates pour le piano-forte, avec accomp. de 
violon. [No. I.] G£uvre 67. [Partition.] 

No. 7 in If .3x0.7 ; etc. 

Trois sonates pour forte-piano, avec accomp. de violon ad 
libitum. Op. 35. [Piano seul.] No. 6 in if .3x0.^ 



Sonatas. For pianoforte and violm. (ConHmud,) 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 33 in If .3xo.xo 

Stojowski. Sonate (en sol majeur) pour piano et violon. 
Op. 13. [Partition et partie de violon.] No. 2 in if. 357.35 

Strauss, R. Sonate (Es dur) ftir Violine und Klavier. Op. 
18. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. 2 in If 4x0.59 

Tartini. Sonata in A. Fur Violine & Klavier. 

No. I in If 43343.x 

Trille du Diable et Sonate en sol mineur, accompagn^ 

d'une partie de piano par Fr. Hermann. No. 4 in 11.357.x 

Tblxmann. Sonata in £. Fur Violine & Klavier. 

No. 3 in If 433434 

Tbssarini. Sonata in G. FQr Violine & Klavier. 

No. 3 in If 43343.1 

Th IRION. Sonate en ut mineur. Pour violon et piano. 
[Partition et partie.] Op. 14. M434J4 

Veracini. Sonata in A moll. Ftir Violine ft Klavier. 

No. 3 in If 43343.3 

Sonata in H moll. Ftir Violine & Klavier. 

No. I in If 43343.3 

ViBRNB. Sonate (en sol mineur) pour violon et piano. Op. 
33. [Partition et partie.] If 434.70 

ViGUKRiK. Deux sonates pour le forte-piano, avec accomp. 
de violon et basse (ad libitum). CEuvre 9. [Piano seul.] 

No. 3 in If .3x0.8 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 39 in If. 3 xax 3 

Six nouvelles sonatines pour le forte piano. Avec ac- 
comp. de violon, ad-libitum. CEuvre I3. [Piano seul.] 

No. 4 in M .3x0.8 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 31 in M.3xo.xo 

Sonate pour clavecin ou forte piano. [Avec accomp. 

de violon, ad libitum.] CEuvre 9, no. 4. [Piano seul.] 

No. 3 in If .axoJ 

Same. (Partie de violon.] No. 30 in If .axaxo 

Trois sonates pr^^d6es de preludes ou exercices pour 

clavecin ou forte-piano, avec accomp. de violon (ad libi- 
tum). CEuvre 3. [Piano seul.] No. i in if .axoJI 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 38 in if .3xo.xo 

VivALDL Sonata in D moll. Fur Violine & Klavier. 

No. 5 in If 43343.3 

Ward, F. E. Second sonata (in G) for piano and violin. 
Op. 9. [Score and separate parts.] No. 3 in If 4x1.8 

Wbbkr, C M. F. E. von. Six sonates pour le piano, avec 
accomp. de violon (oblig^). Op. 10. No. 1-3. [Piano 
seul.] No. 5 in lf.3X0.8 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 33 in if .3xo.xo 

Wbingartnsr. Sonate in D dur fur Violine und Klavier. 
Op. 43, No. I. (Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in If 407.53 

Sonate in Fis moll, fur Violine und Klavier. Op. 42, 

No. 2. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. 2 in ^407.53 

Wolp-Fbrrari. Sonate (A moll) fiir Pianoforte und 
Violine. Op. 10. No. i in If 434.73 

ZuccHiNBTTi. Trois sonates pour le piano-fort^, avec 
accomp. de violon ou flute oblig^. CEuvre i. [Parti- 
tion.] No. 17 in if.3xoJI; etc 
Sonatas. For pianoforte and violoncello. 

Bbbthovbm. Sonaten ftir Piano und Violoncell. [Op. 5t 
No. I, F dur; Op. 5, No. 2, G moll; Op. 69, A dur; Op. 
102, No. I, C dur; Op. 102, No. 2, D dur. Partitur und 
Violoncell-Stimme.] Neue Ausgabe. if. 353.30 

Bbrg, C M. Grande sonate concertante pour piano et 
violoncelle. CEuvre 23. [Partition.] No. 7 in If .310.x ; etc 

Brahms. Sonate pour piano et violoncelle. Op. 38. 
[Partition.] No. I in lf.3xo.x3; etc 

Sonate, Zweite (F dur), fiir Pianoforte und VioloncelU 

Op. 99. [Partitur und Violoncell Stimme.] 

No. I in If 4044X 

Damckb. Sonate pour piano et violoncelle ou violon. 
(Euv. 43. [Partition et parties.] No. 3 in if 40441 

DiABBLLi. Grand sonate pour le piano forte, avec accomp. 
de violoncelle oblig^ (ou violon). Op. 92. [Piano seul.] 

No. 3 in lf.3xo.3 

Same. (Partie de violon.] No. 12 ittlf.3xo.9 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 18 in lf.3xaxz 



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Sonatas 



THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



Song 



Sonatas. Far picmafarie and violoncillo, (Continued,) 

Dietrich, A. H. Sonate fur Pianoforte und Violoncello. 

Op. I5r [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in lf.404.53 

Gaisa Sonate fur Pianoforte und Violoncell [A moll]. 

Op. 36. [Partitur.] No. 4 in if .357.3 

Martucci. Sonata (in fa diesis minore) per violoncello e 

pianoforte. Op. 5a. [Partitura e parte di violoncello.] 

No. I in If .4x1.8 

Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. L. F. Sonate pour piano et 

violoncelle, ou violon. Op. 45. [Partition piano et 

violoncelle.] No. 7 in lf«aio4 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 38 in M.axo.9 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 41 in lf.3xaix 

Sonates pour piano et [violoncelle: Op. 45, sib majeur; 

Op. 58, r^ majeur]. No. i in M.353.7 
Rbgbr, M. Sonate [F-dur] fiir Violoncello und Klavier. 
Opus 78. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. 2 in IC410.X01 
Rubinstein. Sonate pour piano et violoncelle. Op. 18. 
[ Partitur.] No. 8 in M.aio.13 
Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 9 in if .axo.14 
Saint-Saens. Sonate pour piano & violoncelle. Op. 32. 
[Partition.] No. 9 in lf.3xo.x3; etc. 
Sonate, 2^, pour violoncelle et piano. (Op. 123.) [Par- 
tition et partie de violoncelle.] If.4xx.x0 
Strauss, R. Sonate in F dur fur Violoncelle und Piano- 
forte. Op. 6. [Partitur und Stimme.] No. i in If 4x0.59 
Sonatas. Far pianofarte, violin and violoncello, 
Haydn, F. J. Tre sonate per il cembalo o forte piano con 
un violino e violoncello. No. 8 in lf.1ao.x9 

Trois sonates pour le clavecin ou piano forte accom- 

pagn6es d'un violon et violoncelle. No. 7 in if .xao.x9 

Pleyel, I. J. Three sonatas for the piano-forte or harpsi- 
chord; with accomp. for a violin and violoncelle. Op. 21. 
[Piano only.] No. 3 in If .2x0.5 

Same. [Violin part.] No. 9 in if .axo.xo 

Same. [Violoncello part.] No. 3 in M .9xo.xa 

ScHROETBR, J. S. Six sonatas for the pianoforte or harpsi- 
chord, with accomp. for a violin and bass. Op. 2. 
[ Score.] No. 6 in If .9x0.6 ; etc. 

Staes. Trois sonates pour le clavecin, ou forte piano, 
avec accomp. d'un violon oblig^ et violoncelle. G£uvre 
5. [Piano seul.] No. 13 in if .2x0.6 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 20 in M.9xo.xo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 22 in lf.2iaxa 

Steibelt. Trois sonates pour le piano forte, avec accomp. 
de violon et violoncelle. Tir6es de TCEuvre 35 de Pleyel. 
[Piano seul.] No. 9 in if .210.7 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 27 in lf.axo.xo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 23 in M.axaxa 

Sonatas. For pianoforte and miscellatieous instruments, 
Brahics. Zwei Sonaten fur Clarinette (oder Bratsche) und 
Pianoforte. [Partitur und Clarinette-Stimme.] 

No. 2, 3 in If .35X.XO 
Frederick II, the Great, of Prussia, Friedrichs des Grossen 
Musikalische Werke. Band i, 2: Sonaten fiir Flote und 
Clavier. No. 1-25. lf.3X7.a 

Pleyel, I. J. Trois sonates pour clavecin ou piano forte, 
avec accomp. d'une flute ou violon et basse. [Op. 15. 
Parties s6par6es de piano et de flute.] 

No. 3 in If .36axx ; etc 
RiES, F. Grand sonate pour piano et cor, ou violoncelle. 
CEuvre 34. [Piano seul.] No. 8 in if .axo.5 

Same. [Partie de cor.] No. 11 in M.axaxo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 6 in if .axaia 

Rubinstein. Sonate pour piano et alto. Op. 49. [Parti- 
tion.] No. 3 in If .357.7 
WoELFL. Trois sonates pour le piano, avec accomp. de 
violon et basse. Op. 25. [Piano seul.] No. iiinM.aio.8 
Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 41 in if .axo.io 
Same. [Partie de basse.] No. 29 in if .axaxa 
Sonatas. For violin and miscellaneous instruments, 

Clementi, M. [The violin and violoncello parts of several 

of his sonatas.] M.35a.a5 

CoRSLLi. Werke. Thiel i. M.354.7 

Leclair. Zwolf Sonaten ftir Violine und Generalbass 



Sonatas. For violin and miscellaneous instruments. (Continued.) 
nebst einem Trio ftir Violine, Violoncell und General- 
bass. iL4oax6 
Reikbn. Hortus musicus. Partitur. No. x in ^.4x5.5 

Sonatas. Criticism. 
Gottschald, £. Beethoven's pianoforte sonatas explained 
for the lovers of the musical art, by Ernst von Elterlein 
[pseud.]. Translated by Emily Hill. 2d edition. Lon- 
don. 1879. Il.x03.x4 
Stier, E. L. van Beethoven, Sonaten fur Pianoforte und 
Violine. Op. 12, 23, 24, 30, 47 und 96. Erlautert. Leip- 
zig. [1903.] No. 14 in lf.ax7.1a.xa 

Sondennann, Emil. 
Der Abenteurer. Operette von Adolf Philipp und Emil 
Sondermann. Musik von Carl Stix. X*395*63 

Sonett Song. Weber, C. M. F. E. von. Sammtliche Lieder. 
Band i. No. 15 in 11.244.7 

Sonett 1-3. Songs. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, 
Band 5. lf.3X7.x.ao.5 

Song book, The. Songs. Hullah, J. P., editor. If.x04.47 

Song for spring. Part-song. Silas. No. 30 in M.a35.xo 

Song, A, for the seasons. Part-song, Smart, H. 

No. 10 in lf.x95.x.8 

Song, A, from Shakespear's Cymbeline. Arne, T. A. Lyric 
harmony. Vol. 2. lf.38o.x 

Song of angels. Part-song. Scrulthes. No. 8 in if .260.14 

Song, The, of Balder. Cantata. For the Music see Llojd» 
C. H. For the Libretto see Weatheriy. 

Song, The, of consecration. Part-song, Abt, F. 

No. 47 in If .X57.6.X 

Song, A, of destiny. Cantata. For the Music see Brahms. 
For the Libretto see Hoelderlin. 

Song of freedom. Part-song. Schumann, R. A. 

No. 6 in If.x57.a1 

Song of Harold Harfager. Part-song. Werner, H. 

No. 38 in If.a05.xa3; etc 

Song of home. Cantata. For the Music see Cutter, £. For 
the Libretto see Longfellow. 

Song of Iras. Song. Kelley. No. 13 in lf.38axo 

Song, A, of life. Cantata. For the Music see OanL For the 
Libretto see RaTenswood. 

Song of Mina's soldiers. Hodges, G. L. Collection of Penin- 
sular melodies. Vol. i. No. i In If .844.25.1 

Song, The, of Miriam. Cantata. For the Music see Schu- 
bert, F. P. For the Libretto see Grillparaer. 

Song, A, of morning. Song. Cowen. No. 4 in If .x9a.xo 

Song of night. Song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. L. F. 

Songs. No. 53 in lf.a44.ax 

Song of Spring. Song. Mendelssohn- Bartholdy, J. L. F. 

Songs. No. 49 in lf.a44.ax 

Song, A, of thanksgiving. Cantata. For the Music see 

Cowen. 
Song, The, of the chase. Part-song. Schumann, R. A. 

No. 17 in lf.ao5.xo.7 
Song, A, of the Christ. Sunday school service. Sawyer, H. P. 

No. 2 in If .4x5.78 
Song, The, of the fire-worshipper. Song. Attwood. 

No. 9 in lf.a36^ 

Song of the four seasons. Part-song. 

Herman, R. L. No. 48 in If .39a.xo 

Sblby. No. 20 in M.ao4.36.3 

Song, The, of the Frank-companies. Part-song. Pearsaul 

No. 16 in If .X95.X.XO 
Song, The, of the Georgian maid. Song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 21 in M.a36.a 
Song of the gipsy maidens. Part-song. Hatton. 

No. 28 in M.X95.X.6 

Song of the Graces from "Faust." Part-song. Reinbckb, C. 

H. C. No. 6 in M.ao4.36.5 

Song of the Little Bathing. Cantata. For the Music see 

White, A. M. For the Libretto see Kingaley. 
Song of the miner. Part-song. Kuecbxn. No. 35 in M.X57.6.X 
Song of the Norns. Cantata. For the Music see Hofmann^ 
H. C. J. For the Libretto sec Novra. 



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Song 



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Songs 



Song of the railroads. Part-song, Macfakren, G. A 

No. 4 in M .1574; etc. 
Song of the silent land. Sang, Walby. No. 18 in ll.38ai8 
Song, The, of the Spring. Part-song, Moscbblbs, I. Tyrolese 
melodies. VoL a. No. 18 in 11.944.94.2 

Song of the summer birds. Duet. Rubinstbin. 18 two-part 
songs. No. I in lf.15547 

8ong» The, of the sword. Song. BB6rAftovsKY. 

No. 4 in If .9ia.si.s 
Song^ The, of the Titans. Port-song. Rossini. 

No. 6 in 11.280.31 
Song of the Viking. Part-song. Chadwick, G*. W. 

No. 3 in lf.194.8; etc. 
Song, The, of the Western men. Cantata. For the Music 

see Betjenuuin. For the Libkbtto see Hawker. 
Song of the wind. Part-song. Hinb, G. No. i in 11.195.1.17 
Song of the wood nymphs. Part-song. Smabt, H. 

No. 12 in lf.a44.xo.5 
Song, The, of the world. Part-song, Hawbs, C. W. 

No. a8 in M. 158.17; etc 
Song, A, of winter. Part-song. Hatton. No. 12 in lf.205.1a1 
Song of wood nymphs. Dmt, Walby.^ No. 22 in lf.380.18 

Song should breathe of scents and flowers. Part-song, 

HuLLAH, J. P. No. 43 in If .Z57.a 

Song to May. Parhsong, Hbbman, R. L. No. 47 in If .392.10 

Song to Pan. Part-song, Hatton. No. 23 in lf.195.1.1 

PiNSUTi. No. 22 in M .X95.X.16 

Songe, Le, d'une nnit d'^t^. Ineidenial music. Mbndblssohn- 

Baktholdy, J. L. F. Ein Sommernachtstraum. 

No. 2 in M.353.5 
Songe, Le, d'une nuit d'^te. Opera, For the Music see Ser- 

pette; also Thomaa, C. L. A. For the Librbtto see NoSl; 

also Rosier, J. B. 
Songes, Les. Cantata, For the Music see Pr^Toat-Roiusean. 

For the Librbtto see Nadaod. 
Songs. Wiik music. 

This hfdfaia Indiidet only loiici which hftT« been Mparatelj ptib- 
Hehed. Volttinee contaiiiiiit two or more eongt, whether by one 
ftvthor or Mreral sathon, wOI be found onder the heading: Sonet. 
With muk. CtOttHom. Unlew otherwise stated, it it to be under- 
stood that the accompaniment is tiiat of the piano. When the 
title is ffiren in two langnaget it may be Inferred that the endre 
text of the aong is to written. 

See alto Childra't tongi; Christmas carols; Church musle. Afiihtmu\ 
Church nmlc. Psalmody; Duets. Vocal; Drinking songs; Folk-songs; 
National aongs; Negro melodies; Pan-songs; Sailors' songs; Soldiers' 
■ongs; Student songs. 

Abos, G. [Padre, con quest' amplesso. Aria, t., coll' or- 
chestra.] No. I in 11.120.16 

Abbams. a smile & a tear [s.]. No. 39 in if .384.48 

Abt, F. Ach, ware mein Liebster tod. Lied [s. oder t.]. 

No. 3 in M .iga^i 

Am Neckar, am Rhein. Fur eine Singstimme (hohen 

BAB.) . No. 27 in 11.193.1 

Auf der Reise zur Liebsten. Lied [s. oder t.]. 

No. 8 in M. 193.1 

Auf ewig deini Lied [s. oder t.]. No. ii in lf.193.1 

»>Ave Maria.'' Fiir eine Altstimme. No. 22 in M.Z93.3 

Ave Maria (Hedwig am Gnadenbilde). Fiir eine 

Sopranstimme. No. i in if .192.2 

Dear angell sleep thee well. Schlaf wohl du stisser 

Engel du. Serenade [s. or t.]. No. 24 in if .192.2 

Dear home of my childhood. (Song, s. or t.] 

No. 25 in If .192.2 

Der dcutsche Knabe. Lied ftir eine Singstimme, t. 

oder s. No. 5 in if .192.1 

£s ist nun einmal so. Ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder 



T.I. 

— Gruss. Lied [s. oder t.]. 

— Gute Nacht, du mein herziges Kind, 
stimme (s. oder t.]. 

— Haidevoglein. Lied [s. oder t.]. 

— The herdsman's mountain home. 

— Home so blest. For a. or b. 



No. 21 in M.193.2 
No. 7 in M.192.1 
Ftir eine Sing- 
No. 23 in If .Z92.X 
No. 2 in M.X92.1 
[Song, s. or t.] 
No. 29 in lf.192.2 
No. 27 in lf.192.2 
Hornist und Musketier. Fiir Bariton oder Bass, mit 



Songs. With music. (ConHnucd,) 

Begleittmg des Pianoforte und Horn ad libit. 

No. 23 in If .192.X 

I see thee, Love, in every flower. (Ich sehe dich in 

jeder Blume.) Song, s. No. 28 in lf.192.2 

Immer bei dir. Lied [s. oder t.]. No. i in lf.i92.z 

Krieger's Abschied. Fur eine Singstimme [bab.]. 

No. 17 in If .192.1 
Lebt wohl, ihr blauen Augen. Lied 



Morning greeting. (Morgengruss.) 



[T.]. 

No. 12 in If •Z92.X 
[Song, s. or t.] 
No. 26 in lf.192.2 
No. 31 in lf.192.2 



— Night in slumber. [Song, a. or bab.] 

— O pray you, warblers. [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 32 in If .192^ 

— O rosy mom. [Song, s. or t.] No. 33 in if .192.2 

— Reflection. [Song, s. or t.] No. 34 in M.192.2 

— Schweizers Heimweh. Lied [s. oder t.]. 

No. 6 in If .192.1 

— Sei still. Lied [s. oder t.]. No. 4 in if .192.1 

— So shall my darling be. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 35 in lf.192.2 

— Stay with me. (Bleib' bei mir.) [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 36 in lf.192.2; etc 

— Tell me, O bird of the merry greenwood. (Song, s. 
or t.] No. 30 in lf.192.2 

— Thee only I love. Song [s. or t.]. No. 37 in if .192.2 

— Thou art the world. (Song, a. or b.] No. 38 in If .192.2 

— Wanderlied. Lied [s. oder t.]. No. 13 in lf.192.1 

— When I am near thee, Marie. [Song, bab.] 

No. 39 in M.192.2 

— With thee. Song [a. or b.] from the "Prince of Cau- 



f$ 



casus." No. 40 in lf.x92.2 

Adam, A. C. EUe est k moi. Air [t.]. No. 23 in m. 390.37 

La fille de Dominique. Couplets [s.]. 

No. 33 in If .390.37 

J'ai peur, j'ai peurl [Chant, b.] No. 20 in if .193.21.2 

Albebti, D. Caro sposo. Aria a soprano solo con stro- 
menti. [Partitura.] No.6inlf.i2ai7;etc« 

Anobbozzl Pietoso Dio che adoro. Cavatina con quar- 
tetto. No. 5 in If .120.12 

Anfossi, p. Berenice che fai more il tuo. Scena ed aria 
[t., con accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. 

No. 5 in If.i2ai7 

Eccossi tratta il padre un figlio capitano. [Scena ed 

aria, t., con accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura.] 

No. 4 in lf.120.x7 

Minaccia a v verso il Fato. [Aria, s., con accomp. d' 

orchestra. Partitura.] No. 2 in M. 120.17; etc. 

Ababy's daughter. Ballad [s. or t.] from Lalla Rookh. 

The melody by , with symphonies and accomp. by 

G. Kiailmark. No. 15 in If. 236.2 

Abnb, T. a. Homeward bound. [Song, t., with accomp. 
for harpsichord and clarinets.] No. 37 in If .38448 

Overture to Thomas and Sally. [Also the Scotch air, 

s., in the overture.] No. 30 in If .237.7 

Rule Britannia. Voice [s.] or Ger. flute with piano- 
forte accomp. No. i in if .38448 

-^ Two English cantatas for a voice [t.] and instru- 
ments. No. 3 in If .237.26 

Abnold, S. Lira lira. A favorite song in the Surrender 
of Calais [s.]. No. 38 in If .38448 

AsioLi. Tisbe. Cantata a voce sola di soprano. [Ac- 
comp. d'orchestra.] Partitura. lf.36o.x 

ArrwooD. The acacia bower. [Song, s. or t.] From Lalla 
Rookh. No. 1 1 in If .236.2 

At early dawn from humble cot. A song [s.] in the 

farce Fast asleep. No. 26 in If .237.2 

The cold wave my love lies under. [Song, s. or t.] 

From Lalla Rookh. No. 10 in if .236.2 

Her hands were clasp'd. Recit. and air [s. or t.] 

from Lalla Rookh. No. 12 in lf.236.2 

The song of the fire-worshipper [t.], from Lalla 

Rookh. No. 9 in lf.236.2 

Aubbb. Barcarola. [t. solo.] No. 2 in lf.39x.57 



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Sonpk With music, (Continued.) 

Les yeux. [Chanson, bab.] No. 4 in lf.d3x.33 

Balfb. The Alpine lay. [Song, s. or t.] No. 24 in 11.199.9.1 

Annabel Lee. Ballad [a. or bab.] . No. i in M.i9a.g.x 

-— — Behold the happy home. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 32 in M.z9a.9.x 

The canteeneer. Concert song [s.]. No. a in If .X93.9.X 

The churchyard wall. [Song, bab.] No. 25 in lf.x93.9.x 

Come away to the sands. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 3 in If .192.9.X 
Come into the garden, Maud. Serenade [t.]. 

No. 4 in M .X92.9.X 

— Come with the gipsy bride. Song [s.], with chorus 
ad lib. No. 26 in M. 235.7.x 

Could'st thou but know. See his Si tu savais. 

— The day is done. [Song, a. or bab.] No. 5 in lf.X9a.9.x 

— Farewell, dear home. Ballad [a. or bab.]. 

No. 6 in If .X9a.9.x 

— The first kiss. Song [bab.]. No. 26 in if .X9a.9.x 

— Fresh as a rose. Ballad [t.]. No. 8 in M .X92.9.X 

— Gentle Nellie Gray. Song [bab.] and chorus [a. t. 
B. B.]. No. 9 in M .X9a.9.x 

— Gently o'er the rippling water. [Song, s. or t.]. 

No. 10 in lf.i93.9.x 

— Go, lovely rose. [Song, t.]. No. i i in if .X9a.9.x 

— Good night! beloved. Serenade [t.]. No. 12 in lf.x9a.9.x 
The green trees whispered low and mild. [Song, t.] 

No. 27 in M.192.9.X 
Gushing from this living fountain. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 13 in lf.X92.9.x 
Ho girato tutto il mondo. Aria per basso. 

No. 14 in UAg9^i 
I love you [t.]. No. 15 in lf.X9a.9.x 

I'm a merry Zingara. Song [s.]. No. 18 in If .X9a.9.x 
I'm leavin' hame, my Willie. Scotch ballad [a.]. 

No. 19 in lf.x99.9.x 
I'm not in love, remember. Song [s.]. 

No. 20 in If .X9a.9.x 
I'm with you once again. [Song, a. or bab.] 

No. 21 inlf.X9a.9.x 
I wandered by the brookside. Ballad [a. or bab.]. 

No. 16 in If .X92.9.X 
If I could change. Ballad [a. or bab.]. 

No. 17 in lf.x9a.9.x 
Lady Mildred. [Song, t.] No. i in lf.x92.9.a 

Let me whisper in thine ear. Ballad [t.]. 

No. 2 in M .X99.9.2 

The light of other days. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 13 in lf.X9a.9.a 
Magenta, or "Sound, trumpet, sound." Song [a. or 
]. No. 3 in If .X92.9.3 

Margaretta. [Song, bab.] No. 4 in if .192.9.2 

The moon is up. [Song, a. or bab.] No. 14 in lf.X9a.9.9 
My native land. [Bravura song, s. or t.] 

No. 5 in lf.x93^.a 
Norah, darling, don't believe them. Irish ballad [t.]. 

No. 6 in If .X92.9.a 
"O take me to thy heart again." Song [a.]. 

No. 8 in lf.X92.9.9 
O weep not, lady. [Song, bab.] No. 7 in m .X92.9.a 
One smile from thee. Song [a. or bab.]. 

No. 9 in if .X92.9.2 
The quadroon girl. Song [a. or b.]. No. 19 in lf.x92.9.a 
The reaper and the flowers. [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 17 in If .X92.9.2 
The rowan tree. [Song, a. or b.] No. 16 in lf.x9a.9.2 
The sands of Dee. [Song, s. or t.] No. 15 in lf.i9a.9.a 
Si tu savais, "Didst thou but know." Romance [t.]. 

No. 10 in lf.x9a.9.2; etc. 

The spirit of light. Cavatina [s. or t.]. 

No. 18 in M.X92.9.2 
The sun upon the silent hills. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 20 in lf.x92.9.a 

Sweetheart. A bird's song [s. or t.]. 

No. 12 in If .X9a«9.2 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 

Then lady, wake. [Song, t.] No. 21 in lf.X9a.9.a 

Threads of gold. Ballad [s. or t.]. No. 22 in If .X9a,9.a 

Till thou sought'st my happy cot. Ballad [t.] from 

The maid of honor. No. 23 inM •X92.9.2 

To me the world's an open book. [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 24 in If . 192.9.2 

'Twas he, my only thought. Ballad [s.] in the opera 

Bianca the bravo's bride. No. 25 in If .X93.9.2 

'Twas in that garden beautiful. [Song, s.] In The 

siege of Rochelle. No. 26 in if .x9a.9.a 

We may be happy yet. BalUd (a. or t.] in The 

daughter of St. Mark. No. 27 in If .X9a4^ 

What's a tear? Ballad [s. or T.]. No. 28 in M.X9a.9.a 

Woman's heart. Romance [s. or T.] in The enchant- 
ress. No. 29 in lf.x9a.9.a 

Write to me. [Song, t.] No. 30 in lf.x9a^.a 

Yon moon o'er the mountain. Romance [s. or t.]. 

No. 31 in If .X9a.9.a 

Bbnda, G. Amynts Klagen uber die Flucht der Lalage. 
Fur die Discantstimme, begleitet von 2 Waldhomem, 2 
Floten 2 Violinen, Bratsche und Baas. [Stimmen.] 

No. 3 in lf.x5fl.30 

Bbbuoz, L H. Absence. M^lodie [t.], instrumentee pour 
I'orchestre. Grande partition. No. i in If .34XJ^; etc* 

Adieu, Bessy. Romance [t.]. No. 8 in lf.39x.3fl; etc, 

La belle Isabeau. Conte pendant I'orage [m.-s.]. 

No. 29 in M.39x«3a; etc 

La belle voyageuse. L^gende irlandaise [if.-s.]. 

Instrumentee pour orchestre. &^ partition. 

No. 2 in lf.34XJ^; etc* 

La captive. Reverie pour m.-s. ou c [Accomp. d' 

orchestre. Partition.] No. 3 in lf.34x.a4; etc* 

Les champs. Aubade, t. No. 26 in If .39x.3fl; etc 

Le chasseur danois. [Chanson, b.] 

No. 28 in lf.39x.3fl; etc 

Lc coucher du soleil. Reverie [t.]. 

No. I in lf.39x^; etc 
£iegie [t.] . No. 9 in M .39x.3fl ; etc 

Le jeune patre breton. [Romance, s. ou t.] Avec 

accomp. d'orchestre. Partition. No.4inlf.34x.fl4;etc 

Le matin. Romance, s. ou t. No. 14 in ic.39x.3a; etc 

L'origine de la harpe. Ballade [s. ou t.]. 

No. 7 in lf.39x.3fl; etc 

Le p^cheur. Ballade [s. ou t.]. No. 19 in M.39x.3fl 

Petit oiseau. Chanson, ic.-s. ou- bab. 

No. 15 in lf.39x.3fl; etc 

Premiers transports. [Solo, A., tir^ de Rom^o et 

Juliette.] No. 22 in if .39x.3fl 

Zaide. Bolero, s. No. 25 in lf.39x.3a; etc 

Bbbtoni. [Son amante. a. ou bab.] No. 6 in If .X40.X 

BiANCHi, G. Gi^ riede primavera. A canzonet [s. or T.] 

with an accomp. for the piano forte or harp. 

No. 13 in lf.fl37.7 
BiBOSBYB. Once again [bab.]. No. 20 in if .x9fl.x3.fl 

Bishop, H. R. The Arabian maid's song [s.], from Lalla 

Rookh. No. 23 in If .236.2 
The feast of roses. [Song, s. or t.] From Lalla 

Rookh. No. 18 in lf.a36.fl 

He is all the world to me. Air [s.]. No. 44 in If .937.7 

The song of the Georgian maid [s.], from Lalla Rookh. 

No. 21 in If .236.2 
Blondeau, P. a L Marie Stuart. Monologue lyrique 
[s.]. No. 2 in If .fl8x.S 

Blue Bells, The, of Scotland. A song [s.], with an ac- 
comp. for the piano forte, harp, guitar or lute. 

No. 20 in If .fl37.fl 
Blumbnthal. Across the far blue hills, Marie. Song [t.]. 

No. I in If .X9fl.xfl 

The bend of the river. Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 13 in If .X9fl.Xfl 

La capricciosa (Die Eigensinnige). Arietta [s.]. 

No. 21 in lf.fl44.x; etc. 

The children's kingdom. [Song, a.] No. 4 in If .fl44.x 

Clear and cool. [Song, a. or bab.] No. 2 in lf.fl44.i 



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Songs. With music. (Continued.) 
Come to thy lattice. Serenade [t. or s.]. 

No. 8 in 11.244.1 
The days that are no more. [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 9 in If .244.1 

Esp^re en Dieu. Romance [s. on t.]. No. 35 in M.244.1 

An evening song [bar.]. No. 13 in M.a44.i 

Exhilaration. [Song, s. or t.] No. 2 in II.192.12 

The gate of gold. Romance [s.]. No. 18 in if .244.x 

Good morrow, Love. Ballad [t. or s.]. 

No. 15 in M. 244.1 

Her king. Song [s. or t.]. No. 3 in lf.x92.x2 

Her name. Song [bar.]. No. 4 in lf.x92.x2 

I awake and dream. Song [a.]. No. 5 in m .X92.X2 

I prithee, give me back my heart. [Song, a. or bar.] 

No. 19 in lf.244.x 
I thought to be your bride. Song [a.]. 

No. 16 in If .244.x 
Leoline. Song [t.]. No. ii in M. 244.x 

Life. [Song, a. or b.] No. 7 in if .X92.X2 

Love the pilgrim. [Song, s. or T.] No. 20 in M.244.X 

The message. [Song, t. or s.] No. 6 in if .244.x ; etc. 

My queen! Song [t.]. No. 5 in if .244.x 

My sweet sweeting. [Song, bar.] No. 10 in M.244.X 

My true love has my heart. Ballad [a.]. 

No. 8 in M.192.X2 

Le papillon (Der Schmetterling). Romance [bar.]. 

No. 22 in M.244.X 
-^» Pour ma mere (Fur meine Mutter). Romance [bar.]. 

No. 23 in M.244.X 

Rappelle-toi (Gedenke mein). Melodic [s. ou bar.]. 

No. 26 in If .244.x 
The reason why. Song [s. or t.]. No. 14 in If.x92.x2 

Regret. [Song, s. or t.] No. 9 in M .X92.X2 

The requital. [Song, t.] No. 3 in M. 244.x 

Sais-tu pourquoi, ma douce reine? Melodic [t.]. 

No. 24 in If .244.x 

Sunshine and rain. Song [a. or &]. No. 10 in M .192.X2 

— — Sweet is true love. [Song, bar.] No. i in M. 244.x 

Thinking of thee. Song [t.]. No. 16 in If.x92.x2 

Thoughts of thee. [Song, a. or bar.] No. 12 in M.244.X 

The two stars. Song [bar.]. No. 15 in If.x92.x2 

Twilight song [a. or b.]. No. 7 in If .244.x 

Venetian boat song [bar.]. No. 17 in lf.192.x2 

Waiting. [Song, s. or bar.] No. 18 in If.x92.x2 

The wedding day. Song [a. or bar.]. 

No. II in M.X92.X2 

When we are parted I Ballad [bar.]. No. 14 in M. 244.x 

Why was I looking out? [Song, s.] No. 17 in M.244.X 

Yes. Song [bar.]. No. 19 in M.X92.X2 

Bourgeois, T. L. L'Amour musicien. Cantate 4 voix 

seule [s.] avec simphonie. [Partition.] No. 3 in M.28X.18 
Le combat d'Anacr^on contre TAmour. Cantate 4 

voix seule [t.] avec symphonic. [Partition.] 

No. 4 in If .28X.X8 
BouTEiLLER. H6ro et L^andre. Cantate [a voix seule, s. 

Accomp. d'orchestre. Partition]. No. i in M.28X.8 

Braham. The beautiful maid. A ballad [t.] in the opera 

of The cabinet. No. 31 in M.237.7 
Said a smile to a tear. Celebrated song in the opera 

False alarms [t.]. No. 41 in M.384.48 

Brahms. Mondnacht. Fur hohe Stimme. No. 7 in M.380.40.3 
Bratsch. Der arme Thoms. [Lied fiir eine Singstimme, 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 
Camp medley. The. With the original 

[s. 



Within 



A. Oder BAR.] 

— Ihr verbluhet, susse Rosen. [Lied 
stimme, s. oder t.] 

— O sieh mich nicht so lachelnd an. 



lachelnd 
Singstimme, bar.] 
Buck, D. The tempest [s. or t.]. 
BuMGERT. Bei diesem kalten Wehen? 
mittlere Stimme.] 

„0 sehne dich nicht an*s graue Meer." [Lied.] Fiir 

eine Bariton-oder Altstimme. No. 13 in M.380.20 

Callcott, J. W. Angel of life. [Recitativo and aria, T.] 

No. 34 in If .235.X4 



No. 3 in If .236.6 
fiir cine* Sing- 
No. 2 in If .236.6 
[Lied fiir eine 
No. I in M.236.6 
No. 22 in M.200.2 
[Lied fur eine 
No. II in M. 380.20 



compass of the German flute. 
Carafa. Assis dans ma barque. 



tunes, 
or T.] 

No. 31 in If, 384.48 
Couplets [t.]. 

No. 3, 8 in If .390.37 
Chant de la berceuse [s.]. No. 6 in if .390.37 

Dans notre chaumi^re. Ronde [s.]. No. 5 in M. 390.37 

Carter, T. Oh Nanny, wilt thou fly with me? Song [t.]. 

No. 28 in If. 237.7; etc. 

Castle. Morning and evening. A sacred song [s. or t.], 

with quartet ad lib. No. 13 in If.x90.2 

Cazameuvb. Myrto. [Cantate pour voix de soprano.] 

No. 2 in M .X94.7 

Celli. Solo un bacio. Grande valse brillante pour la 

voix [s'.]. Orchester-Partitur. No. 5 in M.336.X 

Chard. Domum. An English version. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 20 in If .235.X4 

Yes, yes, be merciless. Song [s.] in Pizarro. 

No. 27 in If .237.2 
Chaumet. Patria. Po^me dramatique [b.]. 

No. 3 in If .396.3 
CxMAROSA. Ah che la morte io veggo. Aria seria. [Ac- 
comp. d'orchestra.] No. 2 in lf.x20.12 
Al raggio della luna. Aria, t., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura. No. 7 in M.xao.x8 

Morte crudele e ingiusta. Scena ed aria. [Accomp. 

d' orchestra.] No. 3 in M.x2ax2 

Nel lasciarti, O prence amato. Aria [bar., con ac- 
comp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 8 in M. 120.6 

Quelle pupille tenere. Aria [s., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura]. No. 6 in M .X20.x8 

Se torni vincitor. Scena con duetto [t. t., con ac- 
comp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 9 in M.iao.x8 

Clarke-Whitfelo. The minstrel's harpi A cantata [t.] 
from The lay of the last minstrel: with an accompani- 
ment for the harp or pianoforte. No. 42 in M.384.48 

My sweet little Anne. [Song, x. Accomp. for flutes, 

violins, and pianoforte.] No. i in lf.235.x4 

Namouna's song [s.], in Lalla Rookh. 

No. 19 in If .236.2 

The Peri pardoned. [Song, s.] From Lalla Rookh. 

No. 7 in M.236.2 

The spirit's song [s.], in Lalla Rookh. 

No. 20 in If .236.2 
CuFTON, J. C. Oh, let me only breathe the air. [Song, 
s.] From Lalla Rookh. No. 5 in lf.236.2 

CoccHi. Berenice che fai. Recitativo ed aria, s., con ac- 
comp. d'orchestra. Canto e basso, e parti separate d' 
istromenti. No. 4 in M. 200.9 

Va crescendo qua! face agitata. Aria, s., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura. No. 10 in M.X20.18 

CocciA. Ero. An Italian cantata for one voice [s.]. 

No. 2 in M.22X.X2 

Coelho. Voce viol [Lundum.] No. 7 in if.39x.57 

CoLUNS, J. The chapter of kings. A celebrated historical 

song (t. With accomp. for piano and violin, or flute or 

guitar] . No. 4 in M.38448 
The golden days of good Queen Bess. A favorite 

song [s.]. No. 13 in M. 384*48 
CoNcoNE. Beatrix. Scene et air [s. ou t.]. No. 4 in M. 244.2 
Derniers voeux de Rachel. M^lodie biblique pour 

mezzo-soprano. No. 5 in M.244.2 

La femme de I'^xile. Scene et air pour soprano. 

No. 2 in M.244.2 

La fiancee du marin. Sc&ne et air pour soprano. 

No. 6 in If .244.2 

Les fleurs qui chantent. Tyrolienne pour soprano. 

No. 8 in If .244.2 
Jeanne Hachette. Sc&ne et air [s. ou t.]. 

No. 3 in M.244.2 
Judith. Scene and air [s.]. 

M^lanie. Scene dramatique [s.]. 



CooKE, R. The farewell. [Song, s. or t.] 
Co WEN. Alone. [Song, a. or bar.] 



No. I in M.244.2 
No. 7 in M.244.2 
No. 8 in M.235.14 
No. I in M.X92.XX 



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Songs. With music. (Continued.) 
As years go past. [Ballad, a. 

Aubade. Serenade [t.]. 

Better far. [Song, a. or bar.] 

The better land. [Song] s. 

Evening star. [Song] s. 



or BAR.] 

No. 2 in If .X9a.xx 
No. 3 in If .193.11 
No. 5inM.192.1x 
No. 6inM.x9a.xx 
No. 7 in M.X92.X1 



Fantasia: Kiss mine eyelids, lovely morn [s. or t.]. 



No. 8 
Far away. [Song, s.] No. 9 

The first farewell. [Song, t.] No. 29 

Forever and forever. Song [s. or t.]. No. 10 
Good night 1 [Song, m.-s. or bar.] No. ii 
He and she. [Song, m.-s. or t.] No. 12 
I dreamed of thee. [Song, a. or bar.] 

No. f3inM.x93.xx 
I wonder why. [Song, a. or bar.] 
If every lute on earth were mute. 

'nM.x9a.x1 

n M.x9a.xi 

n M.x9a.xx 

n M.i9a.xi 

n M.X9a.xx 

n M.X9a.xx 

n M.199.11 

B. Accomp. for 

No. 20 in M.i9a.xi 

No. 21 in M.192.XX 

No. 22 in M.X92.11 

No. 23 in M.i9a.xx 

No. 24 in M.x9a.ii 

No. 25 in M.i9a.xx 

No. 4 in M.x9a.io 

[Song, s. or t.] 

No. 26 in M.i9a.xx 
Thoughts at sunrise. [Song, s.] No. 30 in M.X9a.ix 
Thy remembrance. [Song, s. or T.] No. 31 inM.x99.1x 
The unfinished song. [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 32inM.19a.1x 
Who knows? Song [s. or t.]. 
World of dreams. [Song, s. or t.] 



In the chimney corner. [Song, s.] 
Is my lover on the sea? [Song, s.] 
It was a dream. Song [s. or t.]. 

— Jessie. [Song, t.] 

— The keepsake. [Song, a. or bar.] 

— The last dream. [Song, a. or bar.] 

— Light in darkness. [Song, a. or 
pianoforte, and organ, ad lib.] 

— Love me if I live. [Song, s.] 

— Marie. Song [t.]. 

— My love is late. [Song, s.] 

— Nightfall. [Song, s. or t.] 

— Snow flakes. [Song, s. or t.] 

— A song of morning, s. or t. 

— Sweet evenings come and go. 



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n M.X99.XX 
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nM.x93.x1 
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No. 14 in M.193.11 
Song [a. or bar.]. 
No. 15 
No. 16 
No. 17 
No. 18 
No. 19 
No. 27 
No. 28 



CuRscHifANN, C. F. Aus Liebcszauber. 



No. 33inM.x9a.x1 
No. 34 in M.i9a.xi 
[Gesang, s. o. t.] 
No. 7 in M.aax.ao 
No. 9 in M.33X.30 
No. 8 in M.sai.so 
No. 5 in M.39X.57 



Ungeduld. [Lied, s. o. t.] 
Waldesgruss. [Gesang, s. or bar.] 
Daddi. Nao dormi! [Solo, s.] 
Damrosch, L Siegfrieds Sword. (Siegfrieds Schwert.) 
Ballade. For tenor voice with accomp. of orchestra. 

No. I in M.403.36 

Davenport, A. Erin Machree, or the handful of earth. 

[Song, s.] No. 24 in M.a9o.ia 

Faithless. [Song, bar.] No. 18 in M.a9o.xa 

The flower of Marblehead. [Song, s.] 

No. 27 in M.390.13 

The golden land. Sacred song, 

chorus. 
The heavenly hill. Sacred song 



duett [s. A.] and 
No. 28 in M.a90.xa 

and chorus. 
No. 29 in M.390.ia 
No. 30 in M.390.ia 



I will be true to thee. Song [s.]. 

Little Dottie's vision. [Song and chorus.] 

No. 31 in M.390.13 
The mountain echo. [Song, a. or bar.] 

No. 21 in M.a90.i2 
The name I learned to love. [Song, a. or bar.] 



No. 26 
No. 25 
No. 17 
No. 16 
No. 22 



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n M.390.ia 
n M.a90.i3 
n M.290.ia 
n M.a9o.ia 



Nannie's confession. [Song, s.] 

The night watch. [Song, a. or a] 

One smile, one tear. [Song, bar.] 

The shipwreck. [Song, b. or a.] 

Some one's coming. Song and chorus. 

No. 32 in M.a9o.i2 
Thou art like a lovely flow'rct. [Song, bar.] 

No. 20 in M.390.xa 
Davenport, W. In patient love. Serenade [t.]. 

No. 15 in M.a90.ia 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 

DiBDiN, C. 1745-1814. Bacheloi-'s Hall [t.] : for his enter- 
tainment. The oddities. No. 3 in M.38448 

The blind sailor: for his entertainment, The Quizes, 

or a trip to Elysium. [Song, s. or t.] No. ii in M.384.48 

Buxom Nan: for his entertainment, The wags, or the 

camp of pleasure. [Song, s. or T.] No. 17 in M.38448; etc. 

Father and mother Suke: in his entertainment, called 

Castles in the air. [Song, t.] No. 30 in M.384.48; etc. 

The flowing can: for his entertainment, The oddities. 

[Song, T.] No. 2 in M.3a448; etc. 

Jack at the windlass: for his entertainment called The 



Quizes, or a trip to Elysium. [Song, t.] 

No. 19 in M.384.48; etc. 

Jack Ratlin. A favorite song in Liberty Hall [t.]. 

No. 12 in M.384^8; etc. 

The jolly ringers: in his entertainment. Castles in the 

air. [Song, s. or t.] No. 23 in M.38448 

The lamplighter: for his entertainment. The oddities. 

[Song, T.] No. i8inM.38448;etc. 

Lovely Nan. [Song, t.] No.4oin M.38448;etc. 

The lucky escape: for his entertainment. Private 

theatricals or nature in nubibus. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 10 in M.38448; etc. 

None so pretty: for his entertainment, The Quizes, 

or a trip to Elysium. [Song, s. or t.] No. 8 in M.38448 

Poor Jack. A favorite song in the Whim of the mo- 
ment [t.]. No. 5 in M.384.48 

Poor Tom, or the sailor's epitaph: for his The oddi- 
ties. [Song, s. or t.]. No. 15 in M.384.48; etc. 

The race horse. A celebrated song in Liberty Hall. 

[t.] No. 16 in M.38448 

Saturday night at sea: for his entertainment, The 

oddities. [Song, s. or t.] No. 9 in M.38448; etc 

The soldier's adieu. [Song, t.] No. 38 in M.337.7 

The true hearted tar, being a sequel to The disconso- 
late sailor. [Song, s. or t.] No. 7 in M.38448 
DiGNUM, editor. The neglected tar. A celebrated song 
[t.] adapted by Mr. Dignum. No. 21 in M.38448 
Donizetti. Sah' ich ihr Auge. Romanze [a. or b.] aus 
der Oper: Der Wahnsinnige auf Set. Domingo. 

No. 13 in M.336.6 

EcKLEV. A bacchanalian song [b.]. No. 7 in M.a35.i4 

Engel, D. H. Wenn sich zwci Herzen scheiden. [Lied, 

s. Oder t.] No. 3 in M.a36.8 

Fane, J. Bendemeer's stream. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 2 in M.a36.a 
Fay, £1. Amour et rose. Romance [s. ou t.]. 

No. 14 in M.aaz.33 
Feltre. D'un bal vif et bruyant. Couplets [s.]. 

No. 22 in M.390.37 

Dans ses penchants inconstant. Air [t.]. 

No. 20 in M.390.37 

Palais pompeux, riches demeures. Romance [t.]. 

No. 21 in M.390.37 
Ferrari, G. G. Non vi fidate agli uomini. Cavatina [s.]. 

No. 5 in M.390.44 

Fesca, F. E. Scena italiana, con sottoposte parole 

tedesche, per voce di soprano. No. 3 in M.331.5 

Fioravanti, V. Almcn per breve istante. Scena ed aria, 

s., coir orchestra. Partitura. No. 3 in M.130.16 

Amor de miei sospiri. Cavatina, s., coll' orchestra. 

Partitura. No. 2 in M.130.16 

Fischer, C. L O armes, armes Vaterland. Fiir eine 

Sopran- oder Tenor-Stimme, mit Piano-Forte oder 

Guitare Begleitung. No. 7 in M.a36.6 

Foster, G. W. Day dreams, or true love never dies. 

Ballad [s. or t.]. No. 13 in M.380.4.1 

Foster, S. C. Ah! may the red rose live alway. Song [t.]. 

No. I in M.380.41.1 

Angelina Baker. A plantation melody [t.]. 

No. 2 in M.380.41.1 
Annie my own love. Song [t.]. No. 3 in M.380.41.1 

Beautiful child of song. [Song, t.] No. 4 in M.380.41.1 

Beautiful dreamer. [Song, t.] No. 5 in M.380.41.1 



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Songs. With music, (Continued,) 

Better times are coining. [New version. Song, s.] 

No. 6 in M. 38041. 1 

Bury me in the morning, Mother. [Song or duet, 

with chorus.] No. 7 in II.3804X.1 
Camptown races. A favorite Ethiopian song [t.]. 

No. 8 in M.380.4Z.X 

Come with thy sweet voice again. Song [t.]. 

No. 10 in lf.38o.4i.x 
Comrades, fill no glass for me. [Song, t.] 

No. 1 1 in 11.380.4X.X 

Cora Dean. Song [t.]. No. 12 in M.380.41.1 

Dolcy Jones. [Song, t.] No. 14 in M.380.4X.Z 

Dolly Day. A plantation melody [t.]. 

No. 15 in U.^So^i.i 

Don't bet your money on de Shanghai. Plantation 

song [t.]. No. 16 in M.3804Z.1 

Down among the cane brakes. Song [t.]. 

No. 17 in 11.380.41.1 
A dream of my mother. [Song, t.] 

No. 18 in M.380.41.1 

Ellen Bayne. [Song, t.] No. 19 in II.380.4X.1 

Eulalie. Song [s. or t.]. No. 20 in M.380.4X.X 

Fairy-Belle. Song [t.]. No. 21 in if .3804X.X 

Farewell my Lilly dear. Plantation melody [t.]. 

No. 22 in If .3804X.X 
Farewell old cottage. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 23 in M.3804X.1 
Farewell sweet mother. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 24 in 11.38041.x 

For thee love, for thee. Song [s. or t.]. 

No. 25 in II.380.41.1 

Gentle Annie. [Song, s. or t.] No. 26 in 11.380.4X.X 

Gentle Lena Clare. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 27 in II.3804X.X 

— Give the stranger happy cheer. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 28 in II.3804X-I 

— The Glendy Burk. A plantation melody [t.]. 

No. 29 in 11.3804Z.X 

— Golden dreams and fairy castles! Arranged [as solo 
or duet for a. or bar.] by Mrs. Parkhurst. 

No. 30 in M.38o^x.x 

— Hard times come again no more. [Song, t.] 

No. 31 in lf.38ou|x.x 

— I cannot sing tonight. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 33 in II.3804X.X 

— I see her still in my dreams. [Song, t.] 

No. 2 in If .38041.2 

— I will be true to thee. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 3 in M.3804X.2 

— I would not die in summer time. Song [s. or t.]. 

No. 4 in M.3804X.2 

— I'd be a fairy. Song [s.]. No. 34 in M.380.41.X 

— ril be home to-morrow. Ballad [t., with chorus]. 

No. I in M.380.4X.2 

— If you've only got a moustache. [Comic song, s. or 
T.] No. 5 in If .3804X.3 

— Jeanie with the light brown hair. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 6 in M. 38041.2 

— Jenny June. [Song, s. or t.] No. 7 in lf.38o4x.2 

— Jenny's coming o'er the green. Ballad [x.]. 

No. 8 in If .3804X.2 

— Katy Bell. Song [s. or x., with chorus]. 

No. 9 in M .3804X.2 

— Kiss me dear mother. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 10 in lf.38o4x.3 

— Larry's good bye. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 1 1 in M .380.4X.2 

— Laura Lee. [Song, s. or t.] No. 12 in lf.38o4x.2 

— Leave me with my mother. [Song, s. or t.. with 
chorus.] No. 13 in lf.380.4x .2 

— Linda has departed. Song [s. or t.]. 

No. 14 in lf.38o.4X.2 

— Linger in blissful repose. Serenade [s. or t.]. 

No. 15 in lf.38o4x.2 



Songs. With music, (Continued.) 

- The little ballad girl. (Song, s. or t.] 

No. 16 in If .3804X.9 
Little Ella. Song [s. or t.]. No. 17 in lf.38o4X.2 

Little Jenny Dow. Ballad [t.]. No. 18 in lf.38o.x4.2 

Lizzie dies to-night. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 19 in if .3804X.2 

The love I bear to thee. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 21 in If .3804X.9 

Lula is gone. Song [s. or t.]. No. 22 in m. 38041.2 

Maggie by my side. [Song, t.] No. 20 in if .380.4X.2 

Mary loves the flowers. Song [s. or t.]. 

No. 23 in lf.38o4X.9 

Massa's in the cold, cold ground. [Song, t.] 

No. 24 in M. 380.41 .3 

Melinda May. [Song, s. or t.] No. 25 in lf.38o4x.2 

Merry little birds are we. [Song, s. or x.] 

No. 26 in M.3804X.9 

The merry, merry month of May. Song [s. or x.] 

and chorus. No. 27 in lf.38o4X.2 
Molly! do you love me? Song [x.]. 

No. 30 in lf.38041.2 
Molly dear, good night. Ballad [x.]. 

No. 29 in M.380.4X.2 

Mother, thou'rt faithful to me. Ballad [s. or x.]. 

No. 31 in lf.38o.4X.2 

My angel boy. [Song, s. or x.] No. 32 in if .38041.3 

My boy is coming from the war. (Song, s. or x.] 

No. 33 in lf.38o.4x.3 

My brudder Gum. [Song, x.] No. 34 in if.38o.4x.3 

My loved one and my own, or Eva. Ballad [x.J. 

No. 35 <n M. 38041 '^ 

My old Kentucky home. [Song, s. or x.] 

No. 36 in If .3804X.3 

My wife is a most knowing woman. [Comic song, x.] 

No. 37 in If .380.4X.3 

Nelly Bly. (Song, s. or x.] No. 38 m if.38o.4x.3 

Nelly was a lady. An Ethiopian melody. [Song, s. 

or X.] No. 39 in lf.380.4x. 3 

None shall weep a tear for me. Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 40 in If .380.4X.3 

— Oh, boys, carry me long. A plantation melody [x. 
and chorus]. No. 41 in M. 380.41.3 

— Oh! Lemuel! Go down to the cotton field. Ethiopian 
song [s. or x.]. No. i in M. 38041. 3 

— Oh, why am I so happy? [Song, s. or x.] 
* No. 2 in If .3804X.3 

— Old black Joe. [Song, s. or x.] No. 3 in If .380.41.3 

— Old dog Tray. [Song, s. or x.] No. 4 in M .38041.3 

— Old folks at home (Swanee River). Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 5 in if.380.4x .3 

— Old memories. Song [s. or x.]. No. 6 in M. 380.41. 3 

— Once I loved thee Mary dear. Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 7 in lf.38o.4X.3 

— Our Willie dear is dying. Ballad [s. or x.]. 

No. 8 in lf.380.4x. 3 

— Parthenia to Ingomar. Song [s.]. No. 9 in M. 38041.3 

— A penny for your thoughts. [Song, s. or x.] 

No. 10 in If .3804X.3 

— Poor drooping maiden. Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 1 1 in If .3804X.3 

-» Ring de banjo. New Ethiopian melody [x.]. 

No. 12 in lf.38o4X.3 

— Sadly to mine heart appealing. Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 13 in lf.38o4X.3 

— Slumber my darling. Song [s. or x.]. 

No. 14 in If .38041.3 

— The soldier's home. [Song, x.] No. 15 in lf.38o4x.3 

— Some folks. [Song, x.] No. 16 in M. 380.41.3 

— Somebody's coming to see me to-night. Ballad [s.]. 

No. 17 in M. 38041. 3 

— The spirit of my song. [Song, s. or x.j 

No. 18 in lf.38o4x.3 

— That's what's the matter. Song [x.]. 

No. 19 in If .3804X.3 



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Songs. With music, (Continued.) 

There are plenty of fish in the sea. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 20 in If .38041.3 
There's no such girl as mine. [Song, t.] 

No. 21 in If .380.4Z.3 

— Tis my father's song. Ballad [& or t.]. 

No. 22 in II.3804X.3 

— Under the willow she's sleeping. Song [s. or t.]. 

No. 24 in M.380.4X.3 

-— The village maiden. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 25 in If .38o4X«3 

— The voice of bygone days. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 26 in If .38041.3 

— The voices that are gone. [Song, s., and chorus, s. 8. 
T. B.] No. 27 in 11.3804X.3 

— Was my brother in the battle? [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 28 in II.3804X.3 

We've a million in the field. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 29 in If .38041.3 

When old friends were here. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 35 in If .38041.3 

Where has Lula gone. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 31 in M.380.4Z.3 

Why have my loved ones gone. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 37 in If .38041.3 

Why, no one to love? [Song, s. or t.J 

No. 38 in M.3804Z.3 

The wife; or he'll come home. Song [s.]. 

No. 39 in M.3804X.3 

Willie has gone to the war. Song and chorus [s. s. 

T. B.]. No. 40 in M.380.41.3 

Willie my brave. Ballad [s.]. No. 41 in M.38041.3 

Fragbbolle. Le reve de Joel. L^gende [pour voix de 
baryton]. M.iaa33 

Franz, R. £r ist gekommen. [Lied, s. oder t.] 

No. 5 in M. 236.6; etc. 



No. 4 in lif.391.57 
No. 3 in lf.3g1.57 
No. 6 in If .391.57 
Rondeau, t., con 
No. 3 in lf.x20.19 



Frondoni. a camponeza. [Solo, b.] 

Luiz de Camoes. [Solo, s. o. t.] 

A saloia. [CangSo c, y coro.] 

Galuppi. [Idol mio che fiero istante. 

stromenti al arco. Partitura.] 
Quel chiaro rivo e placido. Aria, t., con accomp. di 

due violini e violoncello. No. 5 in M.xao.x6 

Garcia, M. del P. V. £1 bagelito nuevo. Cancion andaluza, 

[a.] con acomp. de piano y guitarra. No. 17 in lf.39x.57 
Ghinassi. [Chi m'insegna la maniera. Cavatina, s., con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura e parti.] No. 4 in M.120.X9 
Giordani, G. Sento che in seno mi batte il core. Aria 

[s., con accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 2 in M.X20.X9 
Giordani, T. [Non dubitare bell' idol mio.] The favorite 

rondeau in the opera La Frascatana. [t. Accomp. for 

orchestra.] No. 2 in M. 400.36 

Glovbr, S. Beauty and the beast. A chamber opera [for 

one voice, s. or t.]. No. i in M.39143 

Gluck. Ahl n6, son 10. Scena ed aria [s.] con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura. No. 6, 7 in M. 120.16 

Se mai senti spirarti. Aria [s.] con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura. No. 8 in M.130.16 

Goicis. £1 aire dafiino. Cancion espafiola [a.]. Con 
acomp. de piano y guitarra. No. 15 in lf.39x.57 

£1 chacho moreno. Cancion andaluza [a.]. Con 

acomp. de piano y guitarra. No. 16 in M. 391.57 

Gounod. Biondin^ [m.-s.]. Poeme musical de Giuseppe 
Zaffira. Paroles frangaises de Jules Barbier. Par Ch. 
Gounod. No. i in M.x56.a8 

Christmas morn. A sacred song [s. or t.]. 

No. 2 in lf.192.xo 

The flower's last sigh. [Ballad, s. or t.] 

No. 23 in M.192.X0 

Guardian angel. [Song, s. or t.] No. 3 in M.i9a.9.a 

Longing. [Song, a. or bar.] No. 5 in M.i9a.io 

Maid of Athens. [Song, bar.] No. 4 in m. 192.10 

Nazareth. Sacred song for c. or bar. No. 7 in M.192.10 

Only last night. A dream song [a. or bar.]. 

No. 8 in if .192.10 



Songs. IVith music, (Continued,) 

Ou voulez-vous aller? Barcarolle, s. 

No. 9 in lf.x92.xo; etc 

Passed away. [Song, s. or t.] No. 10 in lf.x92.xo 

Peter the Hermit. A dramatic song [t.]. 

No. 1 1 in If .x9a.xo 
The pilgrim. (Le Juif errant.) [Song, bar.] 

No. 12 in if.x92.xo 

Primav6ra. Song, c or b. No. 13 in M.X92.XO 

Ring on! sweet Angelus. Evening song [a. or b.]. 

No. 14 in If .X92.XO 

Die Seele eines Engels (L'ame d'un ange). Melodic. 

if.-s. Oder bar. No. i in lf.x9a.10 

Le soir. M^lodie [a. ou bar.]. No. 6 in M .x9a.xo 

Solitude. M^lodie, c. ou b. No. 15 in lf.x92.10 

Stances. Si la mort est le but. M.-s. ou bar. 

No. 16 in lf.x92.xo 

Tell me, oh gentle maiden. See his Ou voulez-vous 

aller? 
-^ — There is a green hill far away. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 18 in lf.x92.xo 

To spring. Song, c. or bar. No. 20 in if .X92.X0 

To the nightingale. Melody, c or B. No. 21 in lf.x92.xo 

Tombez, mes ailes! Romance [a.]. No. 19 in lf.x92.xo 

Venise. [Song, s. or t.] No. 24 in If. 192. xo 

The village curfew. [Song, a. or b.] No. 22 in If.x9a.x0 

GouvY. Le dernier hymne d'Ossian. Seine lyrique, pour 
voix de basse. No. 3 in M.39X42 

Green grow the rushes O. A Scotch song [s. or t.]. 

No. 21 in lf.237.a 
GRtTRV, A. E. M. II fait jour sur le glacier. [Air, t.J. 

No. 27 in If .390.37 

Non, jamais. Air [x.]. No. 32 in lf.39a37 

O ma chire patrie. Air [x.]. No. 30 in If .39a37 

Grieg. Der Einsame. (Altnordische Volkspoesie) fur 

Baritonsolo, Streichorchester u. 2 Horner. Partitur. 

No. 7 in M.ao3.x4 
GuGLiBLiii, p. lo sono in selva amena. [Aria, s. o. x. con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. 6 in lf.360.8 
Padre, rammenta. Aria seria [s., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura]. No. i in If.x20.x9 
So cedo ai detti tuoi. Scena con aria [s., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 4 in lf.x2o.«2 

Gumbbrx. In den Augen liegt das Herz. [Lied, s. oder 

T.] No. 4 in If. 236.8 

Hackbl. Der Deserteur. Ballade [bar.]. No. 9 in M.a36.6 
Hamii, J. V. Das arme Herz. Lied fur eine Baryton-oder 

hohe Bassstimme. No. 6 in 11.236.6 

Handei^ [Dove sei amato bene.] The favourite song from 

the opera of Rodelinda [a. Accomp. for orchestra]. 

No. 3 in M 400.36 
Harris, J. M. We part, forever part, tonight. Recitative 

and song [s. or x.], from Lalla Rookh. No. 8 in M.236.2 
Hasse, J. A. P. [Perche la calma non ha quest' alma?] Aria 

[s., con accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 6 in M.xao.X9 

[Sc mai senti spirarti.] Aria [s., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura]. No. 5 in lf.X2ax9 

Haupxiiann, M. Gretchen vor dem Bilde der Mater 
dolorosa aus Gothe's Faust. Gesang mit Begleitung ftir 
Orchester. Partitur. No. 5 in M.204.X8 

Hawbs, W. Bendemeer's stream. Ballad [s. or x.] from 
Lalla Rookh. No. i in lf.a36.2 

Paradise and the Peri. Recitative and song [s. or x.J 

from Lalla Rookh. No. 4 in M.236.a 

Haydn, F. J. Piercing eyes. [Canzonet, x.] 

No. 7 in M.a35.x8.2; etc. 

Hayes, W. The Highland laddie. [Song, x. Accomp. for 

bassoons, flutes, violins and basses.] No. 2 in M.a35.X4 

Heighingxon. Six select odes of Anacreon in Greek and 

three of Horace in Latin, set to music [s. or x., with 

orchestral accomp.]. M. 340.23 

Herold, L. J. F. Le niuletier. Couplets [a.]. 

No. 19 in M.390.37 

Souvenirs du jcune age. Romance [s.]. 

No. 24 in M. 390.37; etc. 



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Songs. With music. (CmUnued,) 
HiiXBK, F. He will not always thus afflict. Air [s. or t.]. 

No. 31 in M.i9a.3 
The Lord tipholdeth those. Air [a. or b.]. 

No. 33 in M.X9a.3 

My song [s. or t.]. No. 33 in M.i9a.3 

Die Wallfahrt nach Kevlaar. Ballade von Heine, fiir 

etne Singstimme [s. oder t.]. No. 17 in M«X9a.3 

„Weine nichtl" Recitatiir und Romanze fur eine 

Sopranstimme. No. 16 in M.x9a.3 

HiMMKL, F. H. Frohsinn. [Gesang, s. o. t.] 

No. 15 in M.a9X.33 

Pnnschgesang fur das Neunzehnten Jahrhundert. 

[Gesang, t.] No. 16 in M.a3x.33 

Hook. Down in the valley. A rondeau [s.] in The soldier's 

return. No. 27 in M.a37.7 

I never lov'd any dear Mary but you. A favorite 

song [t.]. No. 35 in M.38448 

The tartan plaiddie. Scotch song [s.]. 

No. 34 in M.3844B 

The Vauxhall gypsey. A favorite song [s.]. 

No. 22 in M.38448 

HOb, G. a. £dith au col de cygne [s.]. Poime de Maurice 

Chassang. Mnsique de Georges Hiie. No. 2 in M.384.37 

In airy dreams. A song (s. Also as a duet, s. a.]. Adapted 

for the harpsichord, flute, violin & guitar. 

No. aa in M.a37.7 
Inpbucb poverina. [Aria, t.» con accomp. d'orchestra.] 

No. 2 in M.36oJI 
Jackson, W., of Exeter, Encompassed in an angel's frame. A 
song [bal] in The lord of the manor. 

No. 33 in M.B37.a; etc. 

The storm. A song [t.J. No. 42 in M.a37.7 

When first this humble roof I knew. Song [t.] in 

The lord of the manor. No. 43 in M.a37.7 

Jabbns. Nahid. Gedicht ftir etne Sopran- (oder Tenor-) 

Stimme. No. 33 in M.aax.30 

JoACBiif. Scene der Marfa. Aus Schiller's unvoUendetem 

Drama HD^metrius." Fur Mezzo-Sopran und Orchester. 

Partitur. No. 3 in M.358.X6 

JocKBY, a Scotish [sic] ballad. The melody from Little 

V* r 'Fanny's love. No. ao in M.38448 

JoM MBLLi. L'augurio il ciel secondi. Aria, t., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura. No. 3 in M.xaaa3 

Berenice, ove sei. Aria, s., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Partitura. No. i in M.zao.a3 

Confusa smarrita. Aria [s., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Partitura] . No. 7 in M.xao.a3 

D'un infelice amante. Scena ed aria, t., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura. No. 6 in M.xao.a3 
Guarda chi lascio. Cavatina [s., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura] . No. 4 in M,iao.a3 

In si fatal momento. Scena ed aria, s., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura. No. 8 in M.xao.a3 

Non temer vassallo indegno. [Aria, t., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. 3 in M.xao.a5 
Opprimete i contumaci. Aria, t., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra. Partitura. No. a in M.iao.a3 

Per lei fra I'armi dorme il guerriero. Aria, t., con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura. No. a in M. 130.35 
Pupille adorate per me. Aria [t., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra]. No. 4 in M.Z30.a3 
^— Senti ah n6. Recitativo ed aria [t.] con sinfonia. 
[Partitura.] No. 5 in M.Z3o.3a; etc. 
Kbllek, M. Afloat on the tide. [Song, t. Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] No. i in M.193.X3.X 

The American hymn. [Song, bab., and chorus.] 

No. a in M.i9a.z3.x 

The angel of dream. Ballad [a. or bar.]. 

No. 3 in M.X93.Z3.X 

The battle in the clouds. Song [s.] and chorus. 

No. 4 in M.Z93.X3.X 

Blue eyed violets are nodding. Song [s. or t.] & 

chorus. No. 5 in M.Z93.13.Z 



Songs. With music, (Ctmtinued.) 

The brigand leader. [Song, a. or b.] No. 6 in M.x9a.X3.x 

The broken hearted. [Song, a. or b.] No. 7 in M.x9a.X3.x 

Come to my heart. Elegy [a. or &]. No. 9 in M.x9a.x3.x 

The cottage rose. Ballad [ft. or bab.]. 

No. 10 in M.X93.X3.X 
Could I be near my boy. [Song, s., and chorus.] 

No. XI in M.X9a.x3.x 

— Daisy minel [Song, t., and chorus.] 

No. la in M.x9a.X3.x 

— Darling Lillie. Song [a. or bab.] & chorus. 

No. 13 in M.X9a.x3.x 

— The dying wife's farewell. Ballad [s.]. 

No. 14 in M.x9a.X3.i 

— The European emigrant's song of salutation to 
America. [Song, s. or t., and chorus.] No. 15 in M.X9a.x3.x 

— Fairest and rarest. Ballad [t.]. . No. 16 in M.X93.X3.X 
Fishes in the sea. Comic song [s.] with chorus. 

No. 17 in M.X9a.x3.x 

— Follow the drum. Ballad [s. or bab.]. 

No. 18 in M.X93.X3.X 

— The forsaken. Ballad [s. or t.]. No. ao in M.X93.X3.X 

— The girls of dear New England. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. ai in M.X93.X3.X 

— Hail I to our nation. Patriotic hymn. Arranged for 
one voice [s. or t., and] chorus. No. 22 in M.x93.x3.x 

— "Handsome Brown." A serio-comic ballad [bab.]. 

No. a3 in M.x9a.X3.x 

— Home and friends. Ballad [s. or t.], with duet & 
chorus, ad lib. No. a4 in M.x9a.x3.x 

— Hurrah for the old flag I [Song, s. or t., and chorus.] 

No. 2S in M.X93.X3.X 

— I cannot leave the battle-field. Song [t.] & chorus. 

No. a6 in M.x9a.x3.x 

I could not help to stay. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 27 in M.193.X3.X 

— I have listened for her footsteps. Song [bab.] & 
chorus. No. a8 in M.x9a.X3.x 

— I have no joy but in thy smile. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. ag in M.193.X3.X 

— I live for thee only. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 30 in M.X9a.x3.x 

— I loved thee too fondly. Song [a. or bab.]. 

No. 31 in M.X93.X3.X 

'I'm ling'ring at the garden gate." Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 32 in M.i9a.x3.x 

— I'm lonely since my brother died. [Song, a. or bab. and 
chorus.] No. 33 in M.X93.x3.x 

— In the stillness of night. Song [s. or t. and] chorus. 

No. 35 in M.x9a.X3.x 

— Is it thus that fate must sever? [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 36 in M.X93.X3.X 

— Jane of Ravenswood. Ballad [bab.] with chorus (ad 
lib.). ' No. I in M.X9a.X3.a 

— Kiss me, mother, ere I'm dead. Ballad [t.] with 
chorus ad libitum. No. a in M.X93.X3.3 

— Little Rose. A ballad [s. or t. Accomp. for piano- 
forte and horn ad lib.]. No. 3 in M.X9a.X3.3 

— The lonely sentinel. Ballad [s. or bab.]. 

No. 4 in M.X93.x3.a 

— Love's dream of the past. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 5 in M.x9a.x3.3 

— Love's last adieu. Romance [a. or bab.]. 

No. 6 in M.x93.x.q;.3 

— Love, thou art a heaven to me. Ballad [t.] with 
chorus. No. 7 in M.x9a.X3.a 

— Meet me, darling one, tonight. Ballad [bab.]. 

No. 8 in M.X9a.x3.a 

— The milkmaid's marriage song [s.]. No. 9 in M.x9a,X3.3 

— Mother, kiss away my tears. [Song, s. or bab., and 
chorus.] No. 11 in M.i9a.X3.3 

— Mother, Oh! sing me to rest. Song [s. or bab.] with 
chorus ad lib. No. 10 in M.x9a.x3.a 

— Mother will greet me. [Song, s. or t., and chorus.] 

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Songs. IVith music. (Continued.) 

My heart it throbs for thee. [Song, a. or bar.] 

No. 13 in M.i9a.z3.a 

My husband is such a queer fellow. A comic song [s.]. 

No. 14 in M.z9a.i3.a 

My mother's sweet goodbye. Ballad [s. or bar.]. 

No. 15 in M.Z9a.i3.a 

My only brother's gone. Song [s. or bar.] & chorus. 

No. 16 in M.i9a.Z3.a 

O thou breeze of Spring. [Song, a. or bar.] 

No. 17 in M.z9a.Z3.a 
Ohl the heart it is a treasure. Ballad [&] with chorus 
ad lib. No. 18 in M.i9a.z3.a 

— One single kiss. Moorish serenade [bar.]. 

No. 19 in M.Z9a.Z3.a 

— Our banner's constellation. Patriotic song [bar.] and 
chorus. No. 21 in M.i9a.z3.a 

— Our idol. Elegy [s. or t.]. No. 22 in M.i9a.z3.a 

— The past that breathes of thee. Ballad [s. or bar.]. 

No. 23 in M.i9a.z3.a 

— Pit and pat. A song [s.]. No. 24 in M.i9a.x3.a 
The rival. A song [s. or t.]. No. 26 in M.Z9a.z3.a 
The sailor boy. [Song, a. or bar.] No. 27 in M.x9a.i3.a 

— Sleep on, my lovel Serenade [bar.]. 

No. 28 in M.i9a.i3.a 

— The sleigh ride. A humorous song [bar., with chorus, 
ad libitum]. No. 29 in M.i9a.i3.a 

— The sweetest flower. Song [a. or bar.], with chorus 
ad lib. No. 30 in M.z9a.z3.a 

— Then turn your thoughts to me. Song [s. or t.] & 
chorus. No. 31 in M.Z9a.Z3.a 

Thine image 1 Song [s. or t.] Sl chorus. 

No. 32 in M.i9a.z3.a 
'Things I love." Song [a. or bar.] & chorus. 

No. 33 in M.i9a.z3.a 
Thy boy's an angel now. Ballad [s.]. 

No. 34 in M.Z9a.i3.a 

— To a mourning world. W. Dexter Smith's poem "In 
memoriam Abraham Lincoln." [s. solo and chorus.] 

No. 34 in M.Z9a.z3.z 

— Truly will I love thee ever. [Song, bar.] 

No. 35 in M.z9a.i3.a 

We meet no morel [Song, s.] No. 37 in M.i9a.z3.a 

— We parted with a cheerful smile. Song [bar.] with 
chorus. No. 38 in M.i9a.i3.a 

— We'll meet no more at twilight hour. Ballad [bar.]. 

No. 40 in M.i9a.i3.a 

— Welcome to our gallant boys. Song [s. or t.] & chorus. 

No. 39 in M.z9a.z3.a 

— When eyes are beaming, or the farewell song [s. or t.]. 

No. 41 in M.Z9a.i3.a 

Whispering hope. Ballad [s.]. No. 42 in M.Z9a.z3,a 
KxLLBY. In the garden. [Song for s. or t.] 

No. II in M.380.ZO 

The lady picking mulberries. [Song, ii.-s.] Chinese 

version by Yung Kwai. No. 6 in M.380.10 

Love and sleep. [Song for s.] No. 10 in M.38o.xo 

Love's fillet. [Song for a.] No. 8 in M.380.ZO 

My silent song [s.]. No. 7 in M.380.Z0 

Song of Iras [a.]. (From "Ben Hur.") 

No. 13 in M.380.10 

What the man in the moon saw. [Song, s.] 

No. 9 in M.380.XO 

Kklly. The mischievous bee. A song [s.] in Time is a 

tell tale. No. 29 in M.a37.7 

My money bags are safe. [Song, t.] In The Jew of 

Mogadore. No. 26 in M.a37.7 

Yesl YesI be merciless. [Song, s.] In Pizarro. 

No. 40 in M.a37.7 

Kiallmark. Fly to the desert. [Song, t.] From Lalla 

Rookh. No. 22 in M.a36.a 

Hinda's appeal to her lovier. [Song, s.] From Lalla 

Rookh. No. 14 in M.a36.a 

Then fly with me. Ballad [s.], from Lalla Rookh. 

No. 24 in M.a36.a 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 
Klein, B. J. Gretchen aus Faust von Gothe. Fur eine 

Sopranstimme. No. 20 in M.aaz.30 

Knight, J. P. Rock'd in the cradle of the deep. [Song, b.] 

No. 23 in M.a90.za 
Krbutzer, C. Die Sehnsucht. Gedicht [s. or t.] fur das 

Pianoforte oder der Guitarre. No. 10 in M.aai.3o 

Kueckxn, F. W. Ach Gott, nun ist mein' Zeit vorbei. Lied 

fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. No. 12 in M.a44.(L3 

Ach! kann ich's sagen. Lied [s. o. t.]. 

No. 10 in M.844.6.a 

Allemanisches Lied [s. o. t.]. No. 13 in M.a44.6.x 

Aus dem Orient. Kind, was thust du so erschrocken. 

Fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. No. ioinM.a44.6^ 
Ave Maria. [Lied, a. o. b.]. No. 9 in M.a44ii.z 

Die Bergstimme. [Romanze, A. o. b.] 

No. 4 in M.a44.0.z ; etc 

Die Botschaft [s. o. T.]. No. 8 in M.a44.6.a 

Curiose Geschichte. [Lied, s. o. t.]. 

No. 4 in M.aaz.as; etc 

Deutscher Marsch. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 20 in M.844.6.3 

Drei Worte. Lied fiir Sopran o. Tenor. 

No. 9 in M.844.6.a 
^— Du bist wie eine Blume. [Lied, s. o. t.]. 

No. 12 in M.844.0.Z 

^—~ Du schone Maid. Lied fur Tenor- oder Sopran- 

Stimme. No. 18 in M.a44.6.a 

Fruhlingsglaube. [Lied, s. o. t.]. No. 10 in lf.a44.6.z 

Gesang der Brautjungfero [s. o. t.]. No. 6 in M.a44.6^ 

Gretelein. Volkslied, arrangirt fur eine Singstimme 

[M.-S. o. a]. No..i2inM.a44.6.a 

Gut* Nacht, fahr' wohl, mein treues Herz. Lied fiir 

eine Bass- od. Altstimme. No. 2 in M.a44.6.3 

Gute Nacht. [Lied, s. o. t.]. No. 18 in M.a44.6.3 

^— Hans und Verene [s. o. t.]. No. 4 in M.a44.6^ 

Herzallerliebstes Schatzerl dul Volkslied, arrangirt 

fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. No. 13 in M.a44.&a 

Hier in Gottes freiem Garten. [Lied, t., zum Sing- 
spiel Die Flucht nach dem Schweiz.] No. aa in M.a44.6.3 

Ich sass im Grunen. [Lied, s. o. t.] No. ii in M.a44.6.z 

Immortelle. Gedicht fur Gesang [s. o. t.]. 

No. 23 in M.a44.6.3 

Kitty. [Lied.] Fur eine Bassstimme. 

No. II inM.a44.6ua 

Der kleine Rekrut. [Lied, s. o. t.] No. 19 in M.a4f.6.3 

Lieb Liebchen. [Lied, s.] No. 3 in M.aai.a5; etc. 

Liebesbote. [Lied, s.] No. 13 in M.a44.6.3 

^^- Liebesgedanken. (Schwabisch.) Volksmelodie frei 

bearbeitet [s. o. t.]. 

Die Lore-Icy. Ballade [a]. 

Mein Herz, ich will dich fragen. 



No. 8 in M.a44.6.3 
No. 3 in M.a44.6.x 

[Lied, 5. o. T.] 
No. 21 in M.a44.6.a 

— Neapolitanisch. "Du mit den schwarzen Augen" fiir 
eine Singstimme [a. o. b.]. No. 15 in M.a44.6.a 

— Nun lass dir erzahlen. Lied fiir eine Singstimme [s. 
o. T.]. No. II in M.a44.6.3 

— Die Quelle. [Lied.] Fur eine Sopran- oder Tenor- 
Stimme. No. 17 in M.a44.6.3 

— Rtickkehr. [Lied, s. o. t.] No. 5 in M.aax.a5; etc. 

— Schifferlied. (Bairisch.) Volksmelodie frei bear- 
beitet [s. o. T.]. No. 7 in M.a44A3 

— Steckbrief. [Gesang, t. o. s.]. No. 5 in M.a44.6.a 

— Das Sternlein. [Lied.] Fiir eine Sopran- ode^ Tenor- 
Stimme. No. 16 in M.a44.6.3 

— Die stille Wasserrose. Lied fur eine Singstimme [s. 
o. T.]. No. 17'in M.a44.6.a 

— Die Thrane. Lied fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. T.]. 

No. 4 in M.a44.6.3 

— Tragodie. Gedicht in 3 Abtheilungen von Heine, fiir 
eine Singstimme [a.]. No. 6 in M.a44.6.x 

— Tscherkessisches Lied fur eine Bass- oder Bariton* 
Stimme. No. 16 in lf.a44.6.z 

— Und schau' ich hin, so schau'st du her. [Schwabische 
Volksmelodie, frei bearbeitet. a. o. b.] No. 6 in M.a44.6.3 



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Songs. WUh music. (ConHnmd.) 
Wanderlied. (Norddeutsch.) Volksmelodie frei bear- 

beitet [s. o. t.]. No. 9 in M.a44.6.3 

Wenn da warst mein eigen. (Lied, s.] 

No. 8 in M.a44.6.i ; etc. 

Winter. [Lied, s. o. t.] No. 3 in M.a44-^«3 

Wo still ein Herz von Liebe gluht. Lied fiir eine Sing- 

stimme [s. o. t.]. No. 16 in M.a44.6.a 

WttnderltchI [Lied.] Ftir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 14 in M.a44.6.3 
Kui. Chanson ctrcassienne de I'op^ra „Ie prisonnier du 

Cattcase" [if.-8.]. Partition d'orchestre. No. 2 in M.333.7 
Labakib. Ah I pour sonmettre une fiire coquette. Air [t.]. 

No. 25 in M.390.37 
Lachner, V. Vineta. Concert-Arie fiir Sopran mit Or- 

chester. Partitur. No. 2 in M.403.a6 

LAM<ac, D. de. De Roze. Gedicht voor lagere stem met 

orkest. Orkest part No. i in M.403.93 

Last kosb, The, of summer. Song. Letzte Rose, wie magst 

dtt so einsam. Volkslied. No. 5 in M.a36.8 

Lb Borne. Amour trahi [if.-s.]. No. 2 in M.193.5 

Ln>. [Lungi no k Toggetto che t'innamora. Aria, t., con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. i in M.zao.a6 

LiNDPAiNTHn. [Combien j'ai douce souvenance.] Romanze 

aus der Oper, Die Gewalt des Liedes. [Ftir eine Sing- 

stimme, A.]. No. 7 in M.38o.aa 

[Die Dame an dem Fenster.] Romanze aus der Oper, 

Die sicilianische Vesper. [Fiir eine Singstimme, t.] 

No. 3 in M.38o.aa 

Der Rose. Aus der Oper, Die Gewalt des Liedes. 

[Fiir eine Singstimme, a., und Chor.] No. 6 in M.38o.aa 

[Jn eines treuen Volkes Mitte.] Lied gesungen bei 

der Eroffnungsfeyer des Koniglichen Theaters zu Can- 
statt, den apten May, 1840. [Fur eine Singstimme, a.] 

No. 10 in M.38o.aa 
-^— Lieder des Schmerzes. Auf dem Thurme. Gedicht 
Ton Drixler-Manfred. [Ftir eine Singstimme, a.] 

No. 2 in M.38o.aa 
•^— [Qualen der Liebe.] Romanze aus der Oper, Die 
sicilianische Vesper. [Ftir eine Singstimme, t.] 

No. 4 in M.38aaa 

Roland. Romanze ftir eine Singstimme [t.] mit Or- 

chester-Begleitung. No. 5 in M.34a.i3 

[Sie stand auf ihres Schlosses Zinnen.] Ballade aus 

der Oper, Die sicilianische Vesper. [Ftir eine Sing- 
stimme, 5.] No. 5 in M.38o.aa 

Der Todtengraber von Herwegh. [Fur eine Sing- 
stimme, BAR.] No. 8 in M.38aaa 
LiNLBY, T. Come, come my jolly lads. A favorite song in 
the pantomime of Robinson Crusoe, [t., and chorus.] 

No. 6 in M.384^8 

• The woodman. [Song, t.] No. 46inM.a37.7;etc 

LoBWE, J. C. G. Zwist und Stihne. Gedicht fur eine Sing- 
stimme [s. o. T.]. No. 6 in M.aaz.30 
LoRTziNG, G. A £s wohnt am Segerstade. [Romanze, 
BAR.] No. II inM.a36.6 
Louis, N. Allons mourez, je vous en prie. Romance [a. ou 
BAR.]. No. 18 in M.3904 
L'Ardennaise. [Romance, s.] No. 16 in M.390.Z1 ; etc. 
Au pied de la Croix. Romance [t.]. No. i4inM.3904 
La belle fermi^re. Chansonnette [t.]. 

No. 9 in M.390,zz ; etc 
La br^he au Diable. Ballade [t.]. No. 24 in M.390.30 
Ce jour le voilil [Romance, s.] No. 2 in M.390.11 ; etc. 
Ce sera moil Romance [t.]. No. ii inM.39o.ix;etc. 
Chant de sommeil. M^lodie [s.]. 

No. 25 in M.390.X1 ; etc. 
Ch^re enfant. Chansonnette [t.]. No. 18 in M.390.30 
Le chien du Louvre. £l^gie [s. ou t.]. No. i in M.3904 
Les cloches du soir. [Romance, s. ou t.] 

No. 14 in M.390.XI ; etc. 
Le d^sastre de la Pointe-4-Pitre. Stances [s. ou t.]. 

No. 23 in M.390.X1 ; etc. 
Les dettx couronnes. Romance [t.]. 

No. 24 in M.390.11 ; etc 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 

Dites-lui le chemin. Romance [t.]. No. 17 in M.3904 

Une enfant. Ballade [s.]. No. 13 in M.39a4 

L'^toile luit. S^r^nade [t.]. No. 3 in M.39o,3o 

L'^toile tricolore. Hymne phoc^en [t.]. 

No. 23 in M.390.30 

La fleur du prisonnier. [Romance, t.] 

No. 17 in M.390.XZ ; etc 

Un instant. [Chanson, bar.] No. 6inM.3904 

Je n'aime que vous. Fauvette musicale [s.]. 

No. 12 in M.39a4 

Je ne le dirai plus. [Romance, bar.] 

No. 7 in M .3904; etc 

Louise. Romance [t.]. No. i inM.39axi;etc 

Ma belle Touraine. Romance [s. ou bar.]. 

No. 15 in M.39C4 

Ma champagne. M^lodie [t.]. No. 22 in m.39o.3o; etc 

Malheur k moil [Romance, s.] No. 11 in M.390.4; etc 

Me fuyez-vous? Romance [t.]. No. i2inM.39cxx;etc 

Le meunier de Sauternes. [Ballade, bar.] 

No. 15 in M.39CZZ; etc 

Le missionnaire. Scene pour voix de>6a8se. 

No. 3 in M.39axx ; etc. 

Mon coeur n'est pas jaloux. Romance [s.]. 

No. 4 in M.390.4 

Ne me suis pas. Romance [t.]. No. 4inM.39axx;etc 

La Neustrienne. Ballade [t.]. No. i3inM.390.xx;etc 

Nouveau chant du depart [t. ou bar.]. No. 2 in M.3904 

La nymphe des eaux. M^lodie romantiqne [s.]. 

No. 18 in M.39CXX ; etc 

La pauvre enfant. Romance [s.]. N0.9inM.3904 

Pauvre Marcellel Romance [t. ou bar.]. 

No. 3 in M.3904 

La plus jolie. M^lodie [t.]. No. 5 inM.39o.xx;etc. 

La priire. [Romance, s.] No. 5 in M.3904 

Priire de Noe. Melodic pour voix de basse. 

No. 26 in M.39axx ; etc 

Le proscrit. Romance [bar.]. No. 8 in M.3904; etc 

Qui m'aimera? £Ugie [bar.]. No. ioinM.39o.xx;etc 

La ronde des bergers. Sc^ne pastorale [s. ou t.] avec 

accomp. de hautbois oblig^ [et piano]. 

No. 22 in M.390.XX ; etc 

Sois libre, sois heureux. [Chanson, s.] 

No. 10 in M.3904; etc 

Ton souvenir. [Romance, t.] No. 6 in m.390.ix ; etc 

Veuillez me comprendre. Romance [t.]. 

No. 19 in M.3904 

Viensl Melodic [t.]. No. 31 in M.39C30 

Le vieux sapin. Chansonnette [s. ou bar.]. 

No. 16 in M.3904 

Majo. Dunque piu non si tardi. Scena [ed aria, t., con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 4 in M.X9o.a6 

— [lo ti lascio, O figlia amata. Aria, s., con accomp. d' 

orchestra. Partitura.] No. 5 in M.aoo.9 

Maubran. Le retour de la Tyrolienne. Air fran^ais [s.]. 

No. 30 in M.aaz.30 
Marbscalchi. Che ad altra fiamma. [Aria, t., con accomp. 
d'orchestra.] No. 3 in M.360.8 
Co' flebili lament i. [Aria, s. o. t., con accomp. d'or- 
chestra.] No. 4 in M.360.8 
Massenet. Poeme d'hiver [m.-s. ou bar.]. Scenes d'Armand 
Silvestre. Musique de J. Massenet. No. 3 in M.384.ao 
Mazzinghi. Tom Starboard. A song [t.], in The turnpike 
gate. No. 19 in M.a37.a 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, J. L. F. Infelicel Scena for a 
soprano. No. i in M.a8o.xa 

Von alien schonen Kindem auf die Welt. Rheinisches 

Volkslied [s. o. T.]. No. 8 in M.aax.25 

Methpessbl, a. G. Arie im Walde. Die Nahe griint, etc. 

No. 6 in M.aax.33 

Meyerbeer. [L'^toile du nord.] Polonaise [t.]. Supple 

ment & la grande partition de L'^toile du nord. Partition. 

No. 4 in M403.a6 
Moore, T. Away with this pouting. [Song, bar.] 

No. 17 in M.a37.7 



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Songt. With music, (Continued.) 

Good night! A ballad [t.]. No. 19 in M.a37.7 

Here's the bower. A ballad [bab.]. No. ao in M.a37.7 

- When time who steals our years away. Ballad [t.]. 

No. 18 in M.a37.7 

MoscA. Del mio destin crudele. Aria [t., con accomp. d' 

orchestra. Partltura]. No. 7 in M.zao^ 

Moulds, J. She dropped a 'tear & cried, be true. A song 

[t.]. No. 45 111 X«>37-7 

Mozart. Forget me not. A song [t.]. No. 28 in M.a37.a 

Hier soil ich dich denn sehen. Arie |t.] aus Die 

Entftihrung aus dem Serail. No. 2inM.a36^ 

Nahnbtti. Briol-valzer. Partitura per [canto, t., ed] or- 
chestra. No. 5 in M^03.a6 

Naumann, J. G. Vada si dal mio. [Recitativo e rondo, t., 
con violini e basso.] No. I in M.xao.a7 

Paisibllo. Come al corso il sole ^ lento. Cavatina seria 
[s., con accomp. d'orchestra]. No. 8 in M.zao.a8 

[For tenderness form'd in life's early day, t.] A 

favourite song in the comedy of the Heiress. 

No. 35 in M.38448 

Veggo tra I'ombre il varco. Rec^o ed aria [t., con 

accomp. d'orchestra]. No.pinM.xao^ 

Pbrbz. [Figlio mi sento, oh Dio. Aria, s., col basso con- 
tinue, due violini e viola. Parti separate.] 

No. 12inM.zao.a8 

[Se parto ben mio. Aria, s., col basso continuo e due 

violini. Parti separate.] No. 11 in M.xao.38 

[Ti parli in seno amore. Aria, t., col basso continuo 

e due violini. Parti separate.] No. 10 in M.zaaa8 

Pbrgolksi. [Se cerca, se dice il padre. Aria, t., con stro- 
menti al arco. Partitura.] No. 4 in M.xaaa8 

PicciNNi, L. De Th^rise en ce jour. Air [t.]. 

No. 2 in M.aa5.3a 

L'h^roine de Bordeaux. Chant h6ro!que [s. solo et 

choeur] . No. 3 in M.aa5.3a 

Le ralliement. Hymne [t. solo et choeur]. 

No. 4 in M.aas.3a 
La violette de 1816 aux dames fran^aises. Romance 

[s.]. No. 5 in M.aa5.3a 

PicciNNi, N. Ah che crudel tormento. Aria [s., con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 5 in M.iao.a7 

[Oh, n6, povero Prence. Scena ed aria, s., con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. 3 in M.zao.a7 

Digli ch' io son fedele. Aria [s. con stromenti al 
arco. Partitura] . No. 4 in M.iao.a7 ; etc. 

Dove vado sventurato. [Recitativo ed aria a voce di 
soprano o tenore. Con accomp. d'orchestra.] 

No. I in M.360.8 
— [Liberti, che in voi risplende. Aria, t., con accomp. 
d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. 8 in M.iao.a7 

Poro d'unque mori. [Recitativo ed aria, s., con stro- 
menti al arco. Partitura.] No. 2 in M.i 30.27; etc. 
Questa e sposa, e non h sposa. Cavatina [b., con stro- 
menti al arco]. No. 6 in M.iao.a7 

[Zitto un poco. Aria, t., con orchestra. Partitura.] 

No. 7 in M.zaaa7 

PinsoN. An die Geliebte. (To the beloved.) Fiir eine s., 
A. Oder B. Stimme. No. 4 in M.a36.6 

Sturmritt. (Gedicht von Feodor Lowe.) Arie fiir 

Bariton Stimme mit Orchester-Begleitung. 

No. 4 in M.348.9 
Pleybl, L J. Henry's cottage maid. A favorite song. [s.]. 

No. 14 in M.384.48 
Tho' pity I cannot deny. A favorite song in the 

Haunted tower [s.]. No. 24 in M.384U18 

Poor soul, The, sat singing. Original music of Desdemona's 

song, from an old book of madrigals. The bass added 

by another hand. No. 5 in M.a35.i4 

PoRPOBA. [Pende da cenni tuoi. Aria, t., con stromenti al 

arco. Partitura.] No. i in M.iao.a8 

[Senza la cara, cara sposa. Aria, t., con stromenti 

al arco.] No. 2 in M.zao.a8 

Pbati, a. Son pur giunta una volta. Recitativo et rondo 
[s., con accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura]. No. 6 in M.zao.a8 



Songa. With music, (Continued,) 
Raff. Traumkonig und sein Lieb. Fiir eine Singatimme 
[m.-s.] mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Partitur. 

No. I in M.347.as 
Raimondi. Che smania, oh Dio I Cavatina ed aria per il 
soprano. No. 35 in M.aaz.33 

Rauzzini. The birth-day of Laura. A canzonet [t.]. 

No. 29 in M.a374i 

Cease to blame my melancholy. A aong [s. or t.]. 

No. 30 in M.a37.a 
Rbichardt, J. F. Leonora. A ballad [s.] from the German 
of Burger. Set to music by J. F. Reichardt. 

No. 5 in M.a77.a8 
Rbuchsel. Les trois ages de Mignon. Petit poeme en 3 
parties [s. ] . No. 4 in M.Z94.aa 

RiFAUT. Bon jour, ma nouvelle famille. Air [s.]. 

No. 16 in IC.390.37 

Honneur au voltigeur. Chanson [t.]. 

No. 13 in M.390.37 
Rappelez-vous ce vieux refrain. Couplets [b.]. 

No. 17 in M.390.37 

Voili trois mois. Ballade [a.]. No. 14, i8inM.39(i.37 

RiGHiNi. Maireigen. Lied [a. o. t.]. No. 24 in M.aaz.33 

Rundgesang des Freundschafts-Bundes [t. und Chor]. 

No. 23 in M.aaz.33 
Die Tauben. Lied [s. o. t.]. No. 25 in M4iaz.33 

Das Veilchen fur Lida. Lied [t.]. No. 26 in M.aaz.33 

Rolls, J. H. Isaak's Morgengesang [m.-s. Aus Abraham 

auf Moria]. No. 2 in M.340.6 

Romberg, A. J. Monolog aus Schillers Jungfran von Or- 
leans [s. o. T. Mit Orchester-Begleitung. Partitur]. 

No. 2 in M.aaz4 

Sehnsucht. Gedicht [fiir Sopran-Solo und Orchester]. 

Partitur. No. 3 in M.a8o43 

Ross, J. O strew the sweet flower. Altered from the old 
Scotch ballad. [Song, bar., with accomp. for pianoforte 
and 2 violins.] No. 23 in M.a37.7 

RossiNL Alia voce della gloria. Seine et air pour voix 
de basse. No. 15 in M.a8o45 

Guirlanden-Arie [s.]. No. 9 in M.aaz.33 

Oedipus. Arie fur eine Bassstimme. No. 14 in M.a8o45 

La separazione. Melodia dramatica [8.0. T.]. 

No. 13 in M.a8o.4S 

Su, fratelli, letizia si cantl Inno popolare, a Pio IX 

[s. o. T.]. No. 3 in M.aoz4z 

Rubinstein. Hecuba. Arie fur eine Altstimme. 

No. 4 in M.35z.a6 
-^— Scena ed aria (E dunque ver?) per soprano con 

accomp. di orchestra. [Partitura.] No. 2 in M.345.6; etc. 
RuNGENHAGEN. Dcr Cid im Leben, Lieben und Sterben. 

[Fiir eine Singstimme, s. o. t.] No. 21 in M.aaz.30 

Das eigne Herz. Gedicht fur eine Singstimme [a. o. 

BAB.] . No. 22 in M.aaz.30 

Lebensmelodien. Wechselgesang fur 2 Sopran-, 

Tenor- und Bassstimmen. No. 23 in M.aaz.30 

Das Vergissmeinnicht [s. o. T.]. No. 25 in M.aaz.30 

Zur allerhochsten Geburtsfeier Sr. Majestat des 

Konigs von Preussen Friedrich Wilhelm des Dritten. 

Gesellschaftslied. No. 24 in M.aaz.30 

Sabatino. Agitato ancor mi sento. [Aria, Tt, con accomp. 

d'orchestra. Parti separate.] No. i in M.zao.a9 

Sacchini. [Col mio ben si vada a morte. Aria, t., con 

accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. 3 in M.zaaag 

Idol mio s^ piu non vivi. Cavatina a soprano, 2 violini, 

2 viole e basso. [Partitura.] No. 4 in M.zao.a9 

Mein Sohn, du bist's nicht mehr. Recit. und Arie [b.] 

aus Odipus auf Colonos. No. 16 in M.a36.6 

Signorino che pensate. [Aria, s., con stromenti al arco. 

Partitura.] No. 5 in M.xao.a9; etc. 

[So che fedele. Aria, s., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Partitura.] No. 2 in M.zao.as^ 

Saint-Sa£ns. [Printemps qui commence. Aria de Dalila 
de I'op^ra Samson et Dalila. Partition.] No. 3 in M^o6.64 

Salieri. [Fragrant chaplets.] The favourite song of 
Fragrant chaplets [s.]. No. 36 in M.384.48 



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Songs. IVith music, (Continued J 
Saitl Lungi date ben mio. Cavattna a voce di soprano (e 

stromenti al arco. Partitura]. No. 9 in M.iao.99 

ScHABrFXR, A. Das emporte Suschen. Lied fur Sopran- 

oder Tenor- Stimme. No. i in M.a36.8 

Roschens Sehnsncht [Lied, s.] No. 7 in 11^363 

ScBLiTT. II sogno. Der Tranm, nach Metastasio fur eine 

Singstimme [t.]. No. la in M.aai.33 

ScBMiDT, G. Der Pavilion ist unbewacht Recitativ und 

Arte [&] ans der Oper La R^le. No. 15 in M.S3U 

ScHifii»T, J. P. S. An die Hoffnnng. [Lied, s. o. t.] 

No. $2 in M.M1.33; etc 
— — Fest-Gesang dem Dritten August, [t. Solo mit Chor.] 

No. 29 in M.aai.33 

Dem K5nig Heill Volkslied [i auch 4 stimmig zu 

singen]. No. 31 in M.a3z.33 

Wie Nordlands Au und Sndens Flur. Bolero [t.] aus 

Bin Abend in Madrid. No. 30 in M.aaz.33 

Wohinans. Gedicht Ton C W. Contessa. Fur eine 

Singstimme [t.]. No. a8 in M.aai.33 

ScHUBBrr, F. P. Erlkonig. Fur eine Singstimme [m.-s.] 
mit kleinem Orchester. Partitur. No. 2 in M.335.13 

— Die Sehnsucht. Gedicht von Schiller. In Musik ge- 
setzt fur eine SingstiAe [s. oder t.] von Franz Schubert. 

No. 5 in M.Z40.33.3; etc. 

Schumann, R. A Belsatzar. Ballade [s. o. t.] von Heine. 
Fur eine Singstimme componirt von R. Schumann. 

No. 9 in M.a44.z5.a 

Der Handschuh. Ballade von F. v. Schiller. Fur eine 

Singstimme [s. o. t.] componirt von R. Schumann. 

No. 6 in M.a44.i5.3 

SooLAU. Giusta Dea. [Aria, t., con accomp. d'orchestra.] 

No. 5 in M.360.8 

[Sk palpitab d'nggia. Aria, s. o. t. con accomp. d'orchestra. 
Partitura.] No. 5 in if.iaowa8 

Sbisld, W. Dans votre lit. Song [t.]. No. 37 in M.a37.7 

Simpson, H. P. The contented labourer. A ballad [s. or 
T.] . No. 6 in M.a35.i4 

SoKiANo FuBBTBS. £1 vito grauadiuo. [Cancion espafiola, 
M.*8.] No. i8 in M.39Z.57 

SPBiia. Der Soldat. Gedicht von Chamisso. Fiir eine 
Singstimme [a. oder b.] in Musik gesetzt von Wilhelm 
Speier. No. 8 in M.a36.6 

Spobh, L [Scena and aria, bar. With orchestral accom- 
paniment.] No. 2 in M.3ia.37 

Stbkn, J. Der deutsche Rhein. [Gesang, a. oder bail] 

No. 13 in M.aai.30 

Stbvbns, R. J. S. Sigh no more, ladies. (Song, t.] 

No. 13 in M.a37.a 

Stbvbnson. Love and madness. Song [s. or t.]. With 
accomp. for harp or pianoforte. No. 4 in M.a35.i4 

Mary, I believe thee true. A song [t.]. 

No. 39 in M.a37.7 

— — Now morn is blushing. [Song, s. or t.] From Lalla 
Rookh. No. 6 in M.a36.a 

Twas his own voice. Recit. and air [s. or t.] from 

Lalla Rookh. No. 13 in U.9s6a 

Stobacb. The carpet weaver. A song [t.] in Mahmoud. 

No. 32 in M.a37.7 

There the silver'd waters roam. A favorite song in 

the Pirates, [t. with figured bass.] 

No. 3a in M.38448; etc. 

When 'tis night and the mid- watch is come; in the 

entertainment called The glorious first of June. [Song, 
s., with chorus.] No. 28 in M.38448 

With lowly suit. In No song, no supper. [Song, s.] 

No. 24 in M.a37.7; etc 

Stbauss, R. Stiller Gang (Night-fall). Lied fiir eine Sing- 
stimme [t.]. No. II in M.38o.a4.a 

Das Thai. The valley. Fiir eine tiefe Bassstimme mit 

Orchesterbegleitung. Partitur. No. 3 in M.38aa6 

Taubbbt, C. G. W. An den Mond. Fur eine Singstimme 
[s. oder t.]. No. 19 in M.i9a.6 

An die Nachtigall. [Lied, s. oder t.] No. 37 in M.i9a,8 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 

Den deutschen Invaliden. Gedicht von Emil Taubert. 

Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] componirt von Wilhelm 
Taubert. No. 32 m M.z9a.8 

Des Konigs Auszug. Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 34 in M.i9a.8 

Deutschlands Stern. Fur eine Singstimme [bab.], 

Chor ad libitum. No. 35 in M.z9a.8 

Echo. [Gesang, s. oder t.] No. 9 in M.z9a.6 

Kirmes Lied. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 20 in M.i9a.6 

Der Knab' im Walde. Ballade fiir eine Singstimme 

[a. Oder bab.]. No. 15 in M.i9a.6 

Liebst du mich? Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. a3 in M.i9a.6 

— Morgenwandrung. [Lied, s. oder t.] No. 31 in M.i9a.7 

— „Nun weiss ich's." Lied [s. oder t.]. No. 39 in M.z9a.8 

— Der Postilion. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 18 in M.z9a.6 

— Schlasierlied [s. oder t.]. No. 40 in M.Z9a.8 

— Sitzt ein Voglein widewide. [Gesang, s. oder t.] 

No. 10 in M.i9a.6 

— Sturm und Frieden. Gedicht fiir eine Singstimme [s. 
Oder T.]. No. 6 in M«Z9a.8 

— „Ver8chwunden ist die finstre Nacht." Morgenlied. 
Fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. No. 38 in M.Z9a.8 

Der Vogel im Walde [s. oder t.]. No. i9inM.Z9a.8 

Vorfruhling. Ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 22 in M.Z9a.6 
Waldconcert. Gedicht von J, J. Vogl. Fur eine Sing- 
stimme [s. Oder t.] von Wilhelm Taubert. 

No. 10 in M.Z9a.7 

Warnung. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 21 in M.Z9a.6 
Tb voguo vene assai. [Arietta, t.] No. a in M.39044 

Tbbbadbllas. [Solitudine amene ombre. Recitativo ed 
aria, s., con accomp. d'orchestra. Partitura.] 

No. I in M.zao.30 
Thomas, J. R. Annie of the Vale. Song [bab.] and chorus. 

No. I in M.z9a.Z4 

Blue-eyed Jeanie. Ballad [bab.]. No. 2 in M.z9a.z4 

Bonny Eloise. Song [bail] and chorus. 

No. 3 in M.Z9a.Z4 

The box of shamrocks. [Song, s.] No. 4 in M.z9a.z4 

Down by the gate. Ballad [bab.]. No. 5 in M.Z9a.z4 
Down by the river side. Ballad [s. or bab.]. 

No. 6 in M.Z9a.Z4 
Evangeline. Song [bab.], with quartette ad libitum. 

No. 7 in M.Z9a.Z4 
Follow the flag. [Song, bab.] No. 8 in M.Z9a.i4 

Fond hearts at home. Ballad [bab.]. No. 9 in M«z9a.i4 
Happy be thy dreams. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 10 in M.Z9a.z4 
I have so much to tell. Song [a. or bab.]. 

No. II inM.z9a.z4 

Kiss me goodnight, mother. Ballad [a. or bab., and 

chorus]. No. 12 in M.Z9a.z4 

— Linger not, darling. Serenade [t., with chorus ad. 
lib.]. No. 13 in M.f9a,z4 

— Little Willie's grave. Ballad [a. or a]. 

No. 14 in M.Z9a.z4 

— Mother kissed me in my dream. [Song, a. or b.] 

No. 16 in M.Z9a.z4 

— Murmuring shell. [Song, a. or b.] No. 17 in M.z9a.z4 
My dear, my native home. Song [s. or t.] & chorus. 

No. 18 in M.Z9a.Z4 
Nearest and dearest. [Song, a. or bab.] 

No. 19 in M.z9a.Z4 
Oh! gently breathe. Song [a. or b., with chorus]. 

No. 20 in M.z9a.z4 
One cheering word. Ballad [s. or bab.]. 

No. 21 in M.Z9a.z4 
The owl. [Song, a. or b.] No. as in M.Z9a.Z4 

The reaper and the flowers. [Song, s. or bab.] 

No. 22 in M.z9a.z4 



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Songs 



Songs. IVUh fmuie. (Continued.) 

Rose of the valley. Ballad [a. or bail] with chorus. 

No. 23 in M.i9a.Z4 

Softly o'er the rippling waters. Song [a. or b., with 

chorus ad lib.]. No. 24 in M.i9a.z4 

The star of my home. Ballad [s. or bar.]. 

No. 26 in M.Z9a.i4 

- The sweetest of flowers. Ballad [s. or bar.]. 

No. 27 in M.199.14 
Tis but a little faded flower. Ballad [a. or bar.]. 

No. 28 in M.Z99.Z4 
The Union. Song [s. or bar.] & chorus. 

No. 29 in M.z9a.i4 
We were boys & girls together. Ballad [a. or bar.]. 

No. 30 in M.192.Z4 
Where art thou? Song [a. or bar.]. No. 32 in M.i9a.z4 

- While gentle ones are round us. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 33 in M.193.14 

Tibbsbn. Unruhe. Gedicht fur eine Singstimme [s. oder 

T.]. No. 13 in M.93M 

Vom Baumlein das andere Blatter hat gewollt. £in 

Marchen fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 10 in M.a36.8 
TowBRZBY. Sweet is the vernal matin air. [Song, t. 
Accomp. for violin and piano. Also for guitar.] 

No. 3 in M.a3S.Z4 
Trabtta. [Dove mi guidi. Scena e cavatina, s., con ac- 
comp. d'orchestra. Partitura.] No. 2 in M.iao.30 

[Un empia m'accusa. Aria, t., con accomp. d'orchestra. 

Partitura.] No. 6 in M.zaaso 

Misera dove son. Scena ed aria [s., con accomp. d' 

orchestra. Partitura]. No. 4 in M.zao.30 

[Respira gti contento. Aria, s., con stromenti al arco. 

Partitura.]' No. 5 in M.iao.30 

[Super bo del mio dono. Aria, t., con stromenti al 

arco. Partitura.] No. 3 in M.zao.30 

Trubetskaya. Chanson indienne [s.]. Partition d'orchestre. 

No. 4 in M.404.I7 
Vera Sorrbntina, La. Canzone napoletana [bar.]. 

No. 3 in M.39044 
Vincent, H. J. Hannchen vor Allen. [Lied, s. oder t.] 

No. 14 in M.a36.6 
Waefu' heart. [Song, s.] No. 22 in M.a37.a 

Wagner, W. R Phantasie Wolfram's [bar.]. 

No. 10 in M.a36.6 
Waley. Alpine shepherd's song [t.]. No. 4 in M.380.X8 

Angels' voices: song [s.]. No. i in M.380.Z8 

The bird, let loose. Sacred song [s.]. No. 6 in M.380.Z8 
"By the rivers of Babylon." Sacred song [a.]. 

No. 5 in M.380.18 
"Curfew." Song for barytone or bass. 

No. 7 in M.380.18 
The dream of home. Ballad [s. or t.]. 

No. 8 in M.380.Z8 
An emblem. Song [s.]. No. 2 in M.380.Z8 

The home of early love. Song [a. or bar.]. 

No. 9 in M.380.Z8 

— "I would not be forgot." Song [s. or t.]. 

No. II in 11.380.18 

— I'll rest beneath the greenwood shade ("In der 
Feme"). [Song, s. or t.] No. 10 in M.380.18 

— "Lore-Ley" (Lurline). [Song, A. or bar.] 

No. 13 in M.380.X8 

— A lost chord. Song [s.]. No. 3 in M.380.18 

— "Oh I where art thou dreaming?" Song [s. or t.]. 

No. 14 in M.380.18 

— Our native land. Song [s. or t.]. No. 15 in M.380.18 

— "The rose that reached me from thy bow'r" ("Ant- 
wort"). [Song, s. or t.] No. 16 in M.380.18 

Sleep on, my sweetest joy (Schlaf ein, mein siisses 
Herz). Cradle song [s. or t.]. No. 17 in M.380.18 

— Song of the silent land. [Song, a. or bar.] 

No. 18 in M.380.18 

— "Thou streamlet hast a tuneful voice." "Du Quell 
hast einen stissen Mund." Song [t.]. No. 19 in M.380.18 



Songs. With music. (Continued.) 

When e'er on death I think ("O (K>ttl wenn tch an's 

Sterben denke"). [Song, s. or t.] No. 20 in M.38ai8 

Wallnobfer. Hymne an die Erde. Hymn to the earth. 
Dichtung fur Tenor-Solo oder Tenor-Chor ad lib. und 
grosses Orchester. Partitur mit untergelegtem Klavier- 
auszug. No. 3 in M48o.a8 

Weber, B. A. Patriotischer Rundgesang fur frohliche 
Zirkel [m.-s. o. bar.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte oder 
Guitarre. No. 34 in M.aaz.33 

Weiss, J. Waldroslein. [Gesang, t. o. s.] No. 16 in M.aaz.30 

Weissheimer. Konig Sifrid. Ballade fur Bariton od. Bass. 
Partitur [des Orchesters]. No. 6 in M«4Q3.a6 

Welsh. Ohl fair as the sea-flower. Ballad [s. or t.] from 
Lalla Rookh. No. 16 in M.a36.a 

The Peri's song [s.] from Lalla Rookh. 

No. 17 in M.a3&a 

Whitaker. Had I a cave. A song [t.]. No. 25 In M.a37.7 

WiLKiNS. Humid seal of soft affection. A canzonet [t.]. 

No. 24 in iLa374i 

The sigh, a song [t.]. No. 25 in M.a37.a 

Wrighten, Mrs. . No indeed not I [s.]. 

No. 26 in M.3844B 

Wueerst. Sweet rose of the vale. [Song, s. or t.] 

No. 50 in M.z58bao 

Yradier, S. El carpintero. Cancion [a.]. No. 20 in M.39Z.57 

El charran. Cancion andaluza [m.-s.]. 

No. 26 in M.39Z.57 
La colasa. Cancion madrilena [m.-s.]. 

No. 23 in M.39Z.57 
La flor de la Canela. [Cancion, m.-s.] 

No. 21 in M.39I.S7 

La jaca de terciopelo. Cancion andaluza [m.-s.] con 

acomp. de piano y guitarra. No. 24 in M.30Z.57 
£1 jaque. Cancion [m.-s.]. No. 25 in M.39Z.S7 

El sereno. Cancion andaluza [M.-5.]. No. 22 in iL39z.57 

ZiNGARELU. [Na si este alia pena. Aria, s., con stromenti 

al arco. Partitura.] No. 8 in M.zaa30 

Songs. With music. CottectUms. 
Art, F. Der Polenmutter Wiegenlied. Soldatentod. 

Zwei Lieder fiir eine tiefe Stimme. No. 9, 10 in M.z9a.z 
Deutsche Volkslieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder 

T.]. Op. 90, No. i-^. No. 28-31 in M.z9a.z 

Drei komische Lieder fiir Bass. No. 24 in iLZ9a.z 

Drei Gedichte von W. Kioto fiir eine Singstimme [a.]. 

No. 12-14 ii^ M.i9a.a 
Drei Lieder fur t. od. s. No. 7 in M.Z9a.a 

Fiinf Lieder fur Alt oder Bass. Op. 94. 

No. 35 in M.z9a.z 

Funf Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 92. 

No. 33 in M.Z9a.i 

Fiinf Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 93. 

No. 34 in M.z9a.z 
Fiinf Lieder fiir s. oder t. Op. 103. No. 2 in M.z9a.9 

Fiinf Schweizerlieder fiir Sopran. No. 1-4. Op. 80. 

No. 19-22 in M.Z9a.z 

Lebensfriihling. Fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 25, 26 in M.z9a.z 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Alt- oder Baritonstimme. Op. 

fy^. No. 14 in M.z9a.z 



— Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 71. 

No. 15 in M.Z9a.z 

— Sechs Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 119. 

No. 15-20 in M.z9a.a 

— Sechs Lieder fiir Sopran oder Tenor. 40. Werk. 

No. 2 in M.ao4.37 

— Sieben Lieder aus dem „Buch der Liebe" fiir eine 
Sopran- oder Tenorstimme. 39. Werk. No. i in M.ao447 

Vier Gesange fiir s. oder t. 105. Werk. 

No. 3-6 in M.z9a.a 

— Vier Lieder fiir eine Bariton-oder Bass- Stimme. Op. 
109. No. 8-1 1 in M.Z99.a 

— Zwei Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder T.]. Op. 79. 

No. 18 in M.i9a.z 



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Songs. IVUh music. CdUctions. (Cantinuid.) 
Alary. Ricreazioni musicali. Colezione di 6 ariette, 3 

duetti e 2 terzetti. No. i in M.a44-z9 

Albskt, Prince Consort. Collected compositions. u,agoa$ 
Album de chant. Offert aux abonn^s de la Gazette musi- 

cale, 1851. No. i in M.909.a8 

Album des cnriosit^s musicales. [10 pieces selected from 

the album.] No. 3 in M.i58b34 

Album du Gaulois. CEuvres in^dites, recueillies par Eugene 

Tarb^ & Armand Gouzien. 2 v. M.391.98 

Album lyrique, compost de 12 romances, chansonnettes et 

nocturnes. No. 2 in M.158.34 

Album lyriqne du chant f ran^ais. No. 2 in M.1S7.38 

Aubn-Album. Sammlung beruhmter Arien fur Bariton und 

Bass. Band i. No. 4 in M.904«37 

Abnb, T. a Lyric harmony, consisting of eighteen entire 

new ballads, with Colin and Phaebe in score. M.38ai 
Abnim, C. Yon. A selection of German national melodies, 

with the words both in the original and translated into 

English. M.axa.ai 

Bach, J. S. 8 airs for an alto voice, from various cantatas 

and masses. M.a44.i6 

Balakubv. Recueil de chants populaires russes, not^s et 

harmonises. M.384.64 

Bancx, C. Sechs Gesange [s. oder t.]. No. 17 in M.aaz.jo 
Banistbr, J. New ayres and dialogues composed for voices 

and viols, of two, three, and four parts. ic.119a.14 

Babnbtt, J. Lays of the passions. M.a44.30 

Lyrical illustrations of modern English poets. A col- 
lection of songs for s. A. t. and b. voices. M.1574X 

Babth6lemon, M. Six English and Italian songs [s. or t. 
Accomp. for violins and pianoforte]. No. 4 in M.aai.sa 

Bbarobn. a collection of songs for one and two voices, 
properly adapted for the harpsichord, violin, German 
flute and guitar. No. 4 in M.aoa.3a 

BsiCvAftovsKY. Gesange [s. oder t.]. Heft i. 

No. 20 in M.aai.33 

Gesaenge [s. oder t.] Ihro Majestaet der Koenigin 

von Preussen zugeeignet. No. 19 in M.aai.33 

Bbdfokd. In a Persian garden. A song-cycle for four solo 
voices [s. c T. b.]. The words selected from the 
Rttbaiy4t of Omar Kha3ry4m. M.Z93.1 

Bbnda, G. Sammlung italienischer Arien mit [Orchester- 
Begleitung und] untergelegtem Clavierauszuge. 2. Samm- 
lung. No. 1-6. M.aao.ia 

Benedict. Twelve songs by Jules Benedict and Arthur S. 
Sullivan. No. 2 in M.157.XO 

BitANGEB. Musique des chansons de B^ranger. Airs not^s 
anciens et modernes. M.z4i.a5 

Nouveau recueil contenant tons les airs des chansons 

de B^ranger. [Avec un supplement.] M.i09b4O 

Berger, L Gesange aus einem gesellschaftlichen Lieder- 
spiele Die schone MuUcrin. No. 18 in M.aai.30 

Bbbgbb-Henderson, editor. Album of 16 Hungarian songs, 
With English translations. No. 2 in M.384.63 

Beruoz, L H. Feuillets d'album. Recueil de 3 morceaux 
de chant. No. 25-27 in M.3a7.a6 

Fleurs des Landes. 5 melodies. No. 14-18 in M.39i.3a 

Irlande. 9 melodies pour i et 2 voix avec choeur. 

No. 1-9 in M.39i.3a 

Les nuits d'^t^. 6 melodies pour M.-S. ou T. Paroles 

de Th. Gautier. No. 11 in M.39i.3a;etc. 

Die Sommernachte. See his Les nuits d'^te. 

Summer nights. See his Les nuits d'^te. 

33 melodies pour chant et piano, i i voix ou plusieurs 

voix et choeur. M.a65.8 

Bbbmier. Cantates fran^oises ou musique de chambre k 
voix seule, avec simphonie et sans simphonie avec la 
basse continue. M.936.a5 

BiANCHi, F. Four songs [s.]. No. 1 1 in M.a37.7 

BiBUOTHiQUE MU8ICALE, aucicune et moderne. 2e s^rie. 
Chant voix de basse-taillc. 2 v. M.i93.ai 

Bibb, J., and H. Bird. The singer's second book; consist- 
ing of easy rules and tunes to illustrate them, also many 
of the most useful and popular melodies. No. 2 in M.377.1 



Attsgabe fur hohe 
No. 4 in M.38o^o.a 
Op. 71. [With] 
No. 7 in M.38o.4o.a 



Songa. With nutsic. CoUections, (ConUmmd.) 
Bishop, H. R. Airs of haut-ton. No. 3 in M.a44.z9 

Bizet. Vingt melodies. £dition pour mezzo-soprano ou 

baryton. No. 2 in M.965.a4 

Blow. Amphion Anglicus. A work of many compositions, 

for one, two, three and four voices: with several accom- 

pagnements of instrumental musick; and a thorow-bass to 

each song. M.zaz.is 

Blum, C. L Lyra fur Damen. Roikianzen [s.]. 

No. 32 in M«aaz.30 
Blumenthal. 6 Lieder von Emanuel Geibel und Betty 

Paoli, ftir eine Singstimme. No. 27-32 in M.a44.z 
6 Lieder [von Geibel u. A.] fiir eine Singstimme. 2te 

Sammlung. No. 33-38 in M.a44.z 

BoEHEiM, editor. Auswahl von Maurer Ges&ngen, mit 

Melodien der vorzuglichsten Componisten. M.i9o.3a 

BoRTOLiNL Amori venezianL Canzonette popolari in 

dialetto. No. i in M.390.44 

Boston Musical Miscellany: a selection of songs. Vol. 2. 

M.37aa 
Bbahms. Deutsche Volkslieder. Ausgabe ftir hohe Stimme. 

No. 9-15 in M.38040^ 
Funf Gedichte fur eine Stimme. Op. 19. Ausgabe fiir 

hohe Stimme. [Mit deutschem und englischem Text.] 

No. 5 in M.38o^o.z 

— Ftinf Gesange fiir eine Stimme. 
Stimme. Op. ^, Heft i. 

— Fiinf Gesange fur eine Stimme. 
English versions. Fur hohe Stimme. 

— Ftinf Gesange fur eine Stimme. Op. 72. [With] Eng- 
lish versions. Ftir hohe Stimme. No. 8 in M.38a4o.a 

— Ftinf Lieder [ftir eine Stimme]. Op. 47. [Mit 
deutschem und englischem Text.] No. 16 in M.38(M0.z 

— Ftinf Lieder [ftir eine Stimme]. Op. 49. 

No. 12 in M.38040.Z 

— Fiinf Lieder ftir tiefe Stimme. Op. 94. [Mit deutschem 
und englischem Text] No. 12 in M.38o40.a 

— Funf Lieder ftir eine tieferere Stimme. Op. 105. 
[With] English version. No. 3 in M.38a4o.3 

Ftinf Lieder fur eine Stimme. Op. 106. 

No. 4 in M.38o^o.3 

— Ftinf Lieder fur eine Singstimme. Op. 107. Ausgabe 
fur hohe Stimme. No. 5 in M.38o^o.3 

— Lieder u. Gesange von Aug. v. Platen und G. F. 
Daumer fiir eine Singstimme. Op. 32. No. 6 in M.38o.40.z 

— Lieder und Gesange von G. F. Daumer ftir eine Sing- 
stimme. Op. 57- Englische Uebersetzung. Ftir hohe 
Stimme. No. i in M.38o.40.a 

— Lieder und Gesange ftir eine Singstimme. Op. 58. 
Englische Uebersetzung. Ftir hohe Stimme. 

No. 2 in M.38o4o.a 

— Lieder und Gesange ftir eine Singstimme. Op. 59. 
Englische Uebersetzung. Fur hohe Stimme. 

No. 3 in M.38a4o.2 

— Lieder und Romanzen ftir eine Singstimme. 

No. 4 in M.38o^o.i 

— Romanzen (No. 7-15] aus L. Tieck's Magelone fur 
eine Singstimme. Op. 33, Heft 3-5. [Fur hohe Stimme. 
Mit deutschem und englischem Text.] 

No. 8-10 in M.38040.1 ; etc 
Sechs Gesange ftir eine Stimme. Op. 3. Ausgabe fiir 
hohe Stimme. [Mit deutschem und englischem Text.] 

No. I in M.38040.X 

— Sechs Gesange ftir eine Sopran- oder Tenor-Stimme. 
Op. 6. No. 2 in M.38o^o.z 

— Sechs Gesange ftir eine Singstimme. Op. 7. Aus- 
gabe fiir eine hohe Stimme. [Mit deutschem und en- 
glischem Text.] No. 3 in M.38a40«x 

— Sechs Lieder ftir eine Stimme. Op. 85. English ver- 
sions. Ftir hohe Stimme. No. 9 in M.38o.40.a 

— Sechs Lieder ftir eine tiefere Stimme. Op. 86. [Mit 
deutschem und englischem Text.] No. 1 1 in M.38o4o.a 

— Sechs Lieder fiir eine Stimme. Op. 97. Ausgabe ftir 
hohe Stimme. [Englische Uebersetzung.] 

No. 2 in M.38o40*3 



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Op. 70. Translated 

No. 6 in M.38o^o.3 



Songt. IViih music. CoUections. (Conlinued,) 

Sieben Lieder [fur eine Stimme. Mit deutschem und 

englischem Text]. Op. 48. No. 11 in M.38040.Z 

Sieben Lieder fur eine Stimme. Op. 95. Fur tiefe 

Stimme. [Mit deutschem und englischem Text.] 

No. 13 in M.38o40.a 

— Vier ernste Ges&nge fur cine Bassstimme. Op. lai. 

English text. No. 6 in M.38040.3 

Vier Gesange fur eine Singstimme. Op. 43. [With] 

English translation. No. 8 in M.38040.Z 

Vier Gesange fur eine Stimme. Op. 46. Ausgabe fur 

hohe Stimme. [Mit deutschem und englischem Text.] 

No. 9 in M.38040.Z 
Vier Gesange fur eine Stimme. 
Stimme. Op. 69, Heft 2. 

Vier Gesange fur eine Stimme. 
into English. Fiir hohe Stimme. 

Vier Lieder fur eine Singstimme. Op. 96. [Mit 
deutschem und englischem Text.] No. i in M.38040.3 

Zwei Gesange fur eine Altsttmme mit Bratsche und 

Pianoforte. Op. 91. [Mit deutschem und englischem 
Text.] No. 10 in M.38o.4aa 

Brick. Album de M« Laure Brice. [10 romances, etc.] 

No. I in M.ZS8.34 
Brown, £. A. Elizabethan lyrics set to music. 

No. I in M.384.Z9 
Brunb, H. Singuf. Rattenfangerlieder von Jul. Wolff 
fur eine Singstimme [bar. oder a]. No. 3 in M.ao4.37 

Buck, D. Three songs for mezzo-soprano. Op. 36. 

No. 19-21 in M.900.a 
BuNGBRT. Junge Leiden. Lieder fur eine mittlere Stimme. 

No. 12 in M.38o.ao 

Junge Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. Op. 1-7. 

No. 7 in M.38o.ao 

Kinderleben. Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [a. o. bar.]. 

Heft I. No. 14 in M.38o.ao 

Oden fur eine Bariton oder Altstimme. 

No. 8-10 in M.380.10 
Caluopb: or the musical miscellany. A select collection 
of the most approved English, Scots, and Irish songs, 
set to music. H.373^7 

Campana. I miei pensieri. Album musicale. M.a44.a3 

Carissimi. Six cantatas [four being for a single voice, s. 
or T.] . No. 2 in M.39I.35 

Chants et chansons populaires de la France. M.xaa.zo 

Chappbll. a collection of national English airs, consist- 
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Chard. Six favorite songs [s. With accomp. for flute and 
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Chopin. 17 polnische Lieder fiir eine Singstimme. Ausg. f. 
Sopran od. Tenor. No. a in M. 157.37 
Choudbns, a. ao melodies. [£dition pour s. ou t.] 

No. a in M.a85.Z4 
Churchill. Sei arte. M.aaa37 

CiNESB Rimpatriato. Aric e duetto del Cinese. 

No. 6 in M.340.3 

CoNCONB. Walter Scott lyrique. [Sirie 1-6. Collection de 

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CoRNBLius. Gunlod. Drei Stiicke daraus zum Konzert- 

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M4i4.ax 

CoRRi, D., editor, A select collection of the most admired 

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English, French. M.a44.a6 

CoTTRAU, editor, a3« raccolta di canzoni napolitane. 

No. 4 in M.39044 

Crbssonnois. Harmonies. Po^sie de MM. de Lamartine, 

Quiertant, Barthet, Victor Hugo. No. 2 in M.a95.9 

CuRSCHifANN. Curschmann-AlbunL Sammtliche Lieder und 

Gesange fiir eine Singstimme. Ausgabe fiir Sopran oder 

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Dana, C H. Five songs. ii.14z.33 

DANNSTRdif. Vier Lieder aus dem Schwedischen. 

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Songs. With music. ColUctions, (Contimted.) 
Daunby. Ancient Scotish melodies, from a MS. of the 
reign of King James VI. 11.193^7 

David, F. C. Cinquante melodies, scenes, romances. 

Davidson's Universal Melodist, consisting of the music and 
words of popular songs. 2 v. M.iza.6 

Dblmet. Chansons tendres. lf.zoa^3 

Dbntu. CEuvres musicales. lf.zs7.35 

Deutsche Gesaenge. No. 13 in M.aaz.33 

Dibdin, C. The musical tour of Mr. Dibdin. [With the 
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Songs chronologically arranged, with notes and the 

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Dignum. Vocal music. Consisting of songs, duetts & 
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Donizetti. Un hiver i Paris, 1838-1839. Nouvel album 
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Ispirazioni viennesi. [Ballate ec] No. iinM^4.zo 

Matinees musicales, ossia raccolta di ariette, romanze, 

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Nuits d'^t^ i Pausilippe. Recueil de 6 ariettes et 6 

duos. No. 15 in M.a44.4 

Soirees de Paris. Album d'ariettes et de nocturnes 

italiens. No. 9-14 in ^•^44A 

£cH0s d'ltalie. Vol. a: Airs, romances, ariettes et duettinos. 

lif.Z57.Z4.B 

Edinburgh Musical Miscellany, The; a collection of 
Scotch, English, and Irish songs, a v. M.Z47.9 

Elgar. Sea-pictures: cycle of five songs for contralto. 
[With orchestra accompaniment] Full orchestral score. 

No. I in M406.63 

Favourite collection. A, of songs sung by Miss -Brent, 
Miss Wright, &c. at Vaux-Hall Gardens &c. [Accom- 
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No. 6 in Mia37.a6 

Ferrari, G. G. Six favorite Italien ariettes, one duett and 
one hymn for 4 voices. No. 7 in M.aaz.az 

Fitz. The American school song book, improved. 

No. I in M.905.3a 

Fleurs d' Italic. Recueil de 55 morceaux pour le chant 
choisis parmi les oeuvres des plus c^l^bres compositeurs 
italiens. No. a in M.364.ZO 

Flint, , Lady. Five songs [s. or t.] and a duett [s. t.]. 

The words selected from Lalla Rookh. No. as in M.a36.9 

Florimo. Ore musicali, o sia raccolta di la pezzi per 
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Franz, R. [Lieder und Gesange fiir eine Singstimme.] 
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Eraser, editor. The airs and melodies peculiar to the High- 
lands of Scotland and the Isles. Having the lively airs 
introduced as medleys, to form a sequence to each slower 
movement. With an admired plain harmony for the 
pianoforte, harp, organ or violincello. Acquired during 
1715 to 1745. M.Z9a.z5 

Gade. 5 Gedichte aus „Bi]der des Orients" von Stieglitz 
fur eine Singstimme [t. oder 5.]. Op. 24. 

No. I in M.Z9a.3 

Lieder und Gesange. Heft 1-8, No. i. 

No. a-ii inM.Z9a,3 

Georges. Melodies. M.a45.z6 

Gernlein, R. Drey Lieder fiir bar. oder a. mit Pianoforte 
oder Guitarre Begleitung. No. 3 in M.aaz.33 

Giuliani, M. Zwey deutsche Romanzen [t.], mit Beglei- 
tung des Pianoforte, fiir die Guitarre arrangirt. 

No. 18 in M.aaz^ 

Glinka. Romances, traduites du russe. lf.a44.8 

Gonet. Tableau de la litt^rature frivole en France depuis 
le xi« Steele ou mus^e des chansons et des poesies log^res. 

M.933.30 

GoRDiGiANi. Echos dc la Toscane. 80 chansons populaires. 

Goss, editor. The sacred minstrel, a v. M.158.8 

Gounod. Ten popular songs. Including several airs from 

'Faust' and 'The mock doctor.' No. i in M.zsy.zo 



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Vingt melodies. Recueil 1-5. $ v. in 3. M.157.36 

GrAgoir, £. G. J. Pantheon musical populaire. 6 v. in 2. 

M.1344 
Gusa Grieg-Albtttn. Sammlnng belicbter Lieder. 

No. a-6 in M.i55.x6 

GtUBia, G. W. Gottfried August Burgers Gedichte fur die 

Singstimme gesetzt von Georg Wilhelm Gruber. U.13/OJ9 

Handel. The beauties of Handel, consisting of upwards of 

150 of his songs, duets & trios. 3 v. M.aax.94 

Songs, duets, and trios, selected from the oratorios, 

etc 6 V. M.a34.5 

12 Alt-Arien, aus verschiedenen Opern. 

No. 2 in M.a7o48 

la Sopran-Arien, aus verschiedenen Opern. 

No. I in M.97048 
HANOvnt Square; a magazine of pianoforte and vocal 
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Hakdu. Drei Gedichte von August Kuhn [s. o. has.]. 

No. ai in M.aax.33 
Haydm, F. J. Gesaenge. [Heft i, a.] No. i, 2 in M.3xa.35 

VI original canzonetts, for the voice [s. or t.]. 

No. 10 in M.a37.7 
— i— Twelve ballads [s. or t.] adapted to English words, 
with an accomp. for the harpsichord or piano forte. 

No. I in M.aaz.3a 

HxMifia ao ein- und zweistimmige Lieder. Op. a, Heft 

I, a. No. 17 in M.ao3^ 

HsNSCBKL, G. Serbisches Liederspiel (Servian romances). 

Eine Reihe altserbischer Volkslieder, nach der Talvj'schen 

Uebersetzung fiir eine und mehrere Singstimmen (s. a. 

T. B.). Translated into English. No. 2 in M.Z94.XS 

HiiXBK, F. Acht Ritomelle aus Paul Heyse's italienischem 

Liederbuch, fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 21 in M.i9a.3 

Drei Gesange fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. ia-i4inM.X9a,3 
— — Lieder fur eine Altstimme. Op. 129. 

No. 2»-24 in M.z9a.3 

— — Sechs leichte Gesange fur eine Singstimme [a. oder 

BAi.]. Op. 149. No. 25-30 in M.Z9a.3 

Vier Gesange ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 15 in M.i9a.3 

Zwolf Lieder fur eine Altstimme. No. 18-20 in M.i9a.3 

HiMifBL. Alexis und Ida. Ein Schaferroman in 46 Liedern 
von Tiedge. Fur eine, zwey und mehr Stimmen com- 
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HooGBS, G. L, iditor, A collection of Peninsular melodies. 

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HoDSON, W. Fourteen songs [s. or t.] with a glee for 2 

voices. No. 3 in M.aaz.3a 

Hook, J. The hours of love. A collection of sonnets 

adapted for the voice, harpsichord, violin, flute or guitar. 

No. 34 in M.a37.7 

A third collection of songs sung by Mr. Vernon, Mrs. 

Weichsell, Mrs. Wrighten & Miss Thornton. 

No. I in M.aoa.3a 

A sixth book of songs, sung by Mr. Vernon, Mrs. 

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HoBTKNSi, Quem of Hoiland. Romances mises en musique. 

M.aai.a7 

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HuLLAH, J. P., ediiar. The song book. Words and tunes 

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Jackson, W., of Exeter. Twelve songs set to music. Opera 

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Jaouks-Dalcrozk. Chansons romandes. S^rie i, 2. 

No. I in M.203.37 

Chez nous. Nouvelles Chansons romandes. 

No. 3 in M.ao3.37 

Des chansons. No. 2 in M.ao3.37 

Jbnsbn, a. Ausgewahlte Lieder und Gesange ftir eine Sing- 
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Songa. With music. CoUectiatu. (Conimued.) 
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M.Z44.Z4 
Kennedy, D. 1S2S-1SS6. Kenned/s Handbook of Scottish 
song, with the melodies; as sung by him. 

No. I in M.37346; etc 
Kiel. Sechs Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. i in M^ai.33 

KiTCHiNBR, editor, A collection of the vocal music in Shake- 
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KjBEULP. Album of songs. Translation by T. Marzials. 

No. 2 in M.zsaaS 

S&nger och visor. Lieder und Gesange. Die nor- 

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Klein, B. J. Lieder und Gesange [ftir eine Singstimme, 

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Knight, J. P. Sabbath evenings. 12 sacred songs, duetts 

& trios. M.a34.z4 

KaiGAK. Sechs Lieder fiir eine tiefe Stimme. 

No. 16 in M.a3M 
KuECKEN. Drei Gesange fur eine Alt- oder Bass-Stimme. 

No. 2 in M.aaz.a5 

Drei Gesange fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. I in M.aaz.a5 

Ernste und heitere Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. 15 in M.a44.6.z 

Funf Lieder fur Gesang [5. o. t.]. No. 2 in m. 344.6^ 

Funf Lieder ftir Sopran oder Tenor, und ein drei- 

stimmiger Canon. No. 6 in M.aaz.as 

Leichte Lieder [s. o. t.] . No. 3 in M.a44.6.a 

Lied in der Fremde. Da drtiben. Sehnsucht. 3 Lieder 

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Lieder ftir Sopran oder Tenor. No. 7 in M.a44.6.z 

Lieder & Gesange fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 5 in M.a44Az 

— Treue im Wechsel. Lieb' Annchen. 2 Lieder fur 
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Vier Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. 17 in M.a44.6.z 

Der Wunsch. So willst du von mir gehen. Zwei 

Gesange fur eine tiefe Stimme. No. 7 in M.a44.6^ 
Zwei Gesange ftir eine Bass- oder Alt-Stimme: Mau- 

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Zwei Gesaenge: Pilgers Abendlied; Auf dem Wasser. 

Fiir eine Tenor- oder Sopran-Stimme. No. 14 in 11.244.6^ 
Zwei kleine Lieder: Schlummerlied [Schlaf^, Kindchen, 

schlaf] ; Durch die Nacht. Ftir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 5 in M.a44.6.3 
Zwei Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]: Es liegt 

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Zwei Lieder ftir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 14 in M.a44.6.z 
KuHLAu. Drey Gesange, in Musik gesetzt [s. o. t.]. 

No. 27 in M.aaz«30 
Labarre. Album lyrique, compost de douze romances, 

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Lacom E d'Estalenx. Les contes de Perrault, mis en chan- 
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Lacom E d'Estalsnx, editor. Les fondateurs de Top^ra fran^ais. 

Transcriptions pour piano et chant. No. 2 in M«a96.6 

Laffil^ edOor. Le souvenir des m6nestrels, contenant une 

collection de romances in^dites. M.a46.35 

Lee, D. a set of Turkish melodies. Vol. i. M.zgs^aa 

Lbmoine, a. Chants populaires en llionneur de Jeanne 

d'Arc. No. 2 in M.zza.z6 

Lemoine, L P. Album de M«Ue Loiga Puget. M.Z58.6 

Lenz, L Gesaenge und Lieder aus der Tragodie Faust 

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L'£fine. Scenes et chansons. No. i in M.az3.Z4 

LiNDPAiNTER. Zwolf dcutschc Liedlein fur eine SingstiAe 

[s. o. T.]. No. I in M.38o.aa 



LiNLEY, G. [Songs.] 2 V. 

Lira d' Italia. 56 morceaux italiens. 

Liszt. Gesammelte Lieder. 

Loefflek. Four poems set to music. Op. 15. 

Quatre poemes pour voix, alto et piano. 



M.a35.z9 

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LoBWB, J. C. G. Kaiser Karl v. 4 historische Balladen fiir 
eine Singstimme [m.-s. o. bab.]. No. 3-5 in M.aaz.30 

Ruckert's Gedichte ftir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 1, 2 in M.aax.30 
LoMAN, editor. Twaalf Geuzeliedjes uit de Geusen lieden- 
boecxkens van 1588 en later. No. 2 in M415.7 

LuNN, J. The passions; being 6 songs, each with a de- 
scriptive proem and graphic illustrations: the music by 
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Lybb, The. [Thirty-five old songs.] M.X43.6 

MAtTRB-CHANTEUR, Lc. Rccueil dc chant et journal musical. 
Ann^e i, 2. M.zaa.34 

Mangold. Johanna d'Arc. Scene u. Arie fur Sopran, nach 
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No. 3 in M403.a6 

Makiani, a. XXII melodic italiane. No. i in M. 158.38 

Martucci, G. La canzone dei ricordi. Poemetto lirico di 

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Masini. Album contenant 12 melodies. M.a37.6 

Mathews, C. T., compiler. [Manuscript music and songs, 

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Mbnd&s, editor. Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France. 

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Methfessel, a. G. Dodici canzonette [s. o. t.] con accomp. 

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Sechs Lieder [s. o. t.] mit Begleitung des Fortepiano 

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Sechs Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. 7 in M.aai.33 

Metzdorfp. Metzdorff-Album. Lieder und Gesange fiir 

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Meyerbeer. 40 melodies i une et & plusieurs voix, avec 

paroles frangaises & allemandes. No. i in M.157.38 

Middlemore, editor. Songs of the Pyrenees with Spanish, 

French & English words. 2d series. No. i in M.384.63 
Mihalovich. Acht Gedichte fiir eine Singstimme. 

No. 5 in M.38o.ax 

Sechs Gesange fiir eine Singstimme. No. 4 in M.38o.ai 

Sechs Lieder ftir eine Singstimme. No. 3 in M.38o.ax 

Sieben Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck. Fiir 

Gesang componirt von Edmund von Mikalovich. 

No. I in M.38o.ai 

Sieben Lieder fiir eine Singstimme. No. 2 in M.38o.ai 

Molloy, editor. The songs of Ireland, including the most 

favourite of Moore's Irish melodies, and a large collec- 
tion of old songs and ballads, with new symphonies and 
accompaniments. M.xa3.30 

MoNiuszKo. Trzy ^piewy. [3 songs for m.-s. or bar.] 

No. 31 in M.aax.30 

MooRE, T. Irish melodies, with Symphonies and accom- 
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Vol. I, 2. M.a44.a4 

Mozart, xxx Gesange. M.aax.a8 

Mudie. Sacred songs, for a treble or tenor voice. No. i, 
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Musical cabinet. The: containing a selection of all the 
new and fashionable songs. M.i484x;etc. 

Musical carcanet. The: a choice collection of the most 
admired popular songs, arranged for the voice, flute, and 
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Musical miscellany. The: a collection of songs, set to the 
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Neefe. Vademecum fur Liebhaber des Gesangs und 
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Neukomm, S. von. Gesange und Lieder zu Tiedge's Lteder- 
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Niedermeyer. 10 melodies. No. 4 in M.i 57.37 

NouvELLES PoftsiBS moralcs sur les plus beaux airs de la 

musique fran^oise et italienne avec la basse. Recueil i. 

M.360.X7 

Panofka. Soirees de Londres. Collection de morceaux 

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to the theorbo-lute or bass-viol. Being most of the 
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Fiinf Lieder von Detlev von Liliencron ftir eine Sing- 
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No. 13 in M.38aaa 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme. [Mit deutschem 

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Vier Lieder (Gedichte von Ricarda Huch), fur eine 

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PuRCELL, H. The beauties of Purcell. Consisting of songs, 

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Raff. Sanges-Frtihling. Dreissig Compositionen fur eine 

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Ausgabe fur s. oder t. No. 1-3 in M.i9a4 

[Recueil de medinhas, romances, bailes, rondinas, segui- 

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Recueil de romances fran^aises et allemandes. Musique 

de Berton, Boieldieu, Kalkbrenner. Livr. i. 

No. 26 in M.9ax.3o 
Reeve. [The brush.] Fourteen comic, convivial, and senti- 
mental songs. Written and sung by Mr. Collins, in his 
entertainment of The brush. The music adapted, and 
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by W. Reeve. No. 7 in M.39I.54 

Reger, M. Lieder ftir mittlere Singstimme mit Klavier- 
begleitung. The English words by Percy Pinkerton. 

M.X37.38 
Ricci, F. Soirees de Vienne. Album lyrique d'ariettes et 
de nocturnes italiens. [Paroles italiennes et allemandes.] 
No. 1-8. No. 7-14 in M.a44.i8 

Richer. Cantates fran^oises [i voix seule] avec simphonie, 
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RiEMSDijK, editor. Vier en twintig liedern uit de 1$^^ en 16^^ 
eeuw, met geestelijken en werldlijken tekst voor eene 
zangstem. No. 3 in M41S.7 • 

Righini. Zwolf deutsche Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. 27 in M.9ai.33 
RiTTER, F. L. Hafis. Bin Liederkreis aus dessen Gedichten 
in deutscher und englischer Obersetzung ftir eine Sing- 
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Six songs [s. o. t. Words in English and German]. 

No. 8 in M.i9a4 

Rodrigubs-Henriques. Apologues. D'apris les Midraschim 

ou Contes du Talmud, traduits en vers. M.ao4^i 

Historiettes. D'apr^s les Midraschim, ou Contes du 

Talmud, traduits en vers. M.ao443 

RoMAGNESi. Collection des romances, chansonnettes et 

nocturnes. M.i93.a4 



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Songs. IVith music, CcUections. (Caminuid.) 
£treniies lyriques. Recueil compost de romances, 

nocturnes. * M.I58.7 

Roar, G. F. The young men's singing book: music for male 

voices. M.ioo.aa 

RoPASTZ, J. G. M. Vingt melodies. M4Z5.64 

RosBNBAiN. Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. 3 in M.9az.33 

Rossini. Les soir^s musicales. Collection of 8 Italian airs 

and 4 duets. No. i-ia in M.98ow|5 

RouGsr DB LisuL 48 chants francais. M.90944 

RuviifSTBiN. Die Gedichte und das Requiem fiir Mignon 

aus Goethe's „Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre." 

No. 2 in M.351.96 
Funf Fabeln von Kriloff, aus dem Russischen Ciber- 

setzt. Fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] componirt von 

Anton Rubinstein. No. 14 in M.i9a.5 
Neun Lieder von Kolzoff, aus dem Russischen. Ftir 

eine Singstimme [s. oder t.] von Anton Rubinstein. 

No. a-4 in M.i9a.5 
Sechs Lieder aus dem Russischen, fur eine Singstimme 

[s. oder t.]. Op. 8. No. i in M.iga-s 

-*^ 6 Lieder von Heine fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

Op. 33. No. 5 in M.z9a.5 

Sechs Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 33. 

No. 6 in M.Z99.5 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 57. 

No. 13 in M.i9a.5 
Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme (a. oder bar.]. Op. 

72, No. 15 in M.191.5 

^-— Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 76. 

No. 16 in M.Z9a.5 
Zehn Lieder aus dem Franzosischen, Italienischen und 

Englischen ubersetzt, ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 19 in M.Z9a.5 
— — Zwei Lieder fur das Album Ihrer KL K. Hoheit der 

Kronprinzessin des Deutschen Reiches. 

No. 20, 21 in M.z9a.5 
Zwdlf Lieder des Mirza-Schaffy, aus dem Persischen, 

fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 34. 

No. 7, 8 in M.i9a.s 
Zwolf Lieder aus dem Russischen, fiir eine Singstimme 

[s. Oder t.]. Op. 36. No. ^12 in M.z9a.5 

^— Zwolf Lieder aus dem Russischen, fiir eine Singstimme 

[s. Oder t.]. Op. 78. No. 17, 18 in M.192.5 

Saccbini. Le Sacchini des concerts. Recueil des airs, 

scenes, duos, des operas fran^ats de ce maitre. 11.274.9 
Saint-SaIns. Melodies persanes. Poesies tiroes des Nuits 

persanes d'Armand Renaud. No. 4 in M.iS5.48 

Salvini. Cancioneiro musical portuguez. 40 melodias. 

M.206.XS 

ScAELATTi. Cantate [a voce sola col basso continuo]. Vol. 
2-^ M.36aio 

ScHAMBACH, €dU4fr. Liedcrhalle fiir Deutschlands Jugend. 

M.205.38 
ScHBOBTBB, editor. Twelve favorite Scots songs for the 
voice and harpsichord, with an accomp. for a violin or 
German flute. No. 9 in M.220.X8 

ScHUBBBT, F. P. Franz Schubert's Sammtliche Composi- 
tionen. Band i: Lieder, Gesange und Balladen ftir eine 
Singstimme. M.a44.i9 

The fair maid of the mill (Die schone Mtillerin). A 

series of songs, written by Wilhelm Mtiller. 

No. 3 in M.X57.10 

[Melodies.] Seule collection complete des ni61odies 

de Francois Schubert. Paroles frangaises de Mr B^langer. 
[Livre 1-16.I M.3274 

Sieben Gesange aus Walter Scott's Fraulein vom See. 

Nos. 9» 10 in M.X40.33.3 
Schumann, R. A. Dichterliebe. Liedercyklus aus dem 
Buche der Lieder von Heine, fur eine Singstimme. 

No. 4, 5 in M.a44.i5.a 

Frauenliebe und Leben. Lieder-Cyclus von A. von 

Chamisso, ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 2 in M.a44.i5.a 



Songs. With music. CoUectians. (Caniitmed.) 

Funf Lieder fur erne Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. I in M.a44.i5.a 

— Gedichte der Konigin Maria Stuart. No. 9 in M.a44.x54 

— Die Hutte. Warnung. Der Br&utigam und die Birke. 
Drei Gedichte aus den Waldliedem von S. Pfarrius, ftir 
eine Singstimme [t. oder bar.]. No. 5 in M.a44.X54 

Der Knabe mit dem Wunderhorn. Der Page. Der 



Hidalgo. Drei Gedichte von E. Geibel, fur eine Sing- 
stimme. No. 7 in M«a44.i5.z 

— Lieder fur die Jugend. Abtheilung 1-3. 

No. 2-4 in M.a44.i5.3 

— Lieder, Gesange und Requiem fur Mignon, aus 
Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. Abtheilung i. 

No. II inM.a44.i5.3 

— Lieder und Gesange fur eine Singstimme. Heft i. 
Op. 27. No. 6 in M.a44.x5.z 

— Same.- Heft 2. Op. 51. No. 7 in M.a44.z5.a 

— Same. Heft 3. Op. 77. No. i in M.a44.i5.3 

— Same. Heft 4. Op. 96. No. 10 in M.a44.X5.3 

— Lieder und Gesange von Kemer, Heine, ftir eine Sing- 
stimme [s. o. T.]. No. 8 in M.a44.i54 

— Lieder-Kreis. Zwolf Gesange von J. von EichendoHff, 
fiir eine Singstimme. No. 12 in M.a44.i5.z 

— Liederkreis von H. Heine, ftir eine Singstimme [s. 
oder T.]. No. i in M.a44.i5.z 

— Die Lowenbraut. Die Kartenlegerin. Die Rothe 
Hanne. Von A. von Chamisso. Ftir eine Singstimme. 

No. 8 in M.a44.i5.z 

— Die Meersee. Husarenzug. Jung Volker. Frtihlings- 
lied. Frtihlingslust. 5 heitere Gesange ftir eine Sing- 
stimme [s. o. T.]. No. 7 in M.a44.z5^ 

— Minnespiel aus Ruckert's Liebesfruhling fur eine und 
mehrere Singstimmen (s. a. t. b.). No. 12 in M.a44.z5.3 

— Myrthen: Liederkreis von Gothe, Ruckert, ftir Gesang 
und Pianoforte. Heft 1-4. No. 2-5 in M.a44.i5.z 

— Resignation. Die Blume der Ergebung. Der Ein- 
siedler. Drei Gesange fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 5 in M.a44.z5.3 

— Romanzen und Balladen ftir eine Singstimme. Heft i. 
Op. 45. No. 3 in M.a44.i5^ 

Same. [Heft 2.] Op. 49. No. 6 in M.a44.z5.a 

Same. Heft 3. Op. 53. No. 8 in M.a44.z5.a 

Same. Heft 4. Op. 64. No. 10 in M.a44.i5.a 

— Sechs Gedichte von N. Lenau [Pseud.], und Requiem, 
altkatholisches Gedicht, ftir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. 

No. 8 in M.a44.Z5.3 
Sechs Gedichte von Reinick, ftir Sopran- oder Tenor- 
stimme. No. 10 in M.a44.z5.z 

— Sechs Gesange fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 
107. No. 3 in M.a44.i54 

— Sechs Gesange von Wielfried von der Neun [Pseud.], 
fiir eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. No. 7 in M.a44.i5.3 

— Sieben Lieder von Elisabeth Kulmann fiir eine Sing- 
stimme [s. o. T.]. No. I in M.a44.i54 

— Spanische Liebes- Lieder. Ein Cyclus von Gesangen 
aus dem Spanischen ftir eine u. mehrere Stimmen. 

No. 10 in M.a44.zs4 

— Spanisches Liederspiel. Ein Cyclus ein- und mehr- 
stimmiger Gesange. No. 1-9, und Anhang. 

No. 11--20 in M.a44.i5.a 

— Die Tochter Jephta's. An den Mond. Dem Holden. 
Drei Gesange aus Byron's Hebraischen Gesangen, fur 
eine Singstimme [s. o. t.]. No. 9 in M.a44.Z5.3 

— Vier Gesinge fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 
142. No. II in M.a44.z54 

— Vier Husarenlieder von Nicolaus Lenau [Pseud.], ftir 
einer Baryton-Stimme. No. 4 in M.a44.z54 

— Zwolf Gedichte von Justinus Kerner. Eine Lieder- 



reihe ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder T.]. No. 9 in M.a44.z5.i 
Zwolf Gedichte aus F. Rtickerts Liebesfnihling. Fur 



Gesang und Pianoforte von Robert und Clara Schumann. 

No. II in M.a44.z5.z 

ScoLA, compiler, Venetian ballads composed by Sigr. Hasse 

and all the celebrated Italian masters. M.a9a30 



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Songt. With music, ColUctums, (CanUnued.) 
Scottish songs. A souvenir. M.Z04.18 

Sbidbl, F. L Lieder [s. o. t.]. Heft 3. No. x7mM.aaz.33 
SzNGKft's Companion, The: containing a selection of popular 
songs, duets . . . with music. M.xo9a.37 

Small. The lady of the lake. Poem by Sir Walter Scott. 
With the incidental songs set to music. M.zaz.i8 

Smith, J. S., campiUr. Musica antiqua. A selection of music 
of this and other coutries, from the commencement of the 
twelfth to the beginning of the eighteenth century; com- 
prizing motetts, madrigals, hymns, anthems [etc.] . . . 

M.a36.io 
Smith, L A Through Romany songland. M.ao8.aa 

Sola, C M. A Spanish melodies, with characteristic 

No. 7 in M.39044 

Six cantatas, for a voice and instruments. 

No. I in M.a37.a6 

Bilder des Orients. Gedichte von H. Stieglitz 

fur Sopran oder Tenor. No. la in M.aai.30 

— Compositionen von Jul. Stem, F. Mohring und Otto 
Tiehsen. Lieder und Gesange. No. 8 in M.a36^ 

— Deutsche Gesange fisr eine Singstimme. 

No. 17 in M^3M 

— Fiinf Gesange fur eine Singstimme [s. o. T.]. 

No. 1 1 in M.aaz.30 



poetry. 
Stanlxy. 

Stkrn, J. 



Stkauss, R. Acht Gedichte aus „letzte Blatter" von Herr- 
mann von Gilm fur eine Singstimme. Op. 10. Fur hohe 
Stimme. The English version by John Bernhoff. 

No. 1-8 in M.38aa4.z 

Acht Lieder ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 49. 

Englische Uebersetzung von Dr. Paul England. 

No. 1 1-18 in M.38o.a44 
Drei Gesange alterer deutscher Dichter ftir eine Sing- 
stimme [5.]. Op. 43' No. 11-13 in M.38o.a4.3 

Drei Lieder (nach Gedichten von Otto Julius Bier- 

baum) fCir eine Singstimme. Op. 29. Ausgabe fiir hohe 
Stimme. Englische Uebersetzung von John Bernhoff. 

No. 5-7 in M.38o.a4.a 

3 Lieder von Carl Busse fur eine (hohe) Singstimme. 

Op. 31. Englische Uebersetzung von Paul England. 

No. 8-10 in M.38o.a4.a 
Ftinf Gedichte von Friedrich Riickert fur eine Sing- 
stimme [s. Oder t.]. Op. 46. Englische Uebersetzung 
von Paul England. No. 14-18 in M.38o.a4.3 
Fiinf Lieder fiir eine mittlere Singstimme. Op. 15. 

No. 9 in M.38o.a4.z 

Fiinf Lieder fur eine Singstimme. Op. 3a. Ausgabe 

fiir hohe Stimme (Tenor). Englische Uebersetzung von 

John Bernhoff. No. ia-i6 in M.38o.a4.a 

— Fiinf Lieder fur eine Singstimme [t.]. With German 
and English words. Op. 39. No. 1-5 in M.38o.a4.3 

Fiinf Lieder fiir eine Singstimme [t. oder s.]. Op. 41. 
[With English &. German words.] No. 6-10 in M.38o.a4.3 

Fiinf Lieder (Ludwig Uhland) fiir eine Singstimme 
[t.]. Op. 47. Englische Uebersetzung von Constance 
Bache. No. 1-5 in M.38o.a44 

5 Lieder nach Gedichten von Otto Julius Bierbaum 
und Karl Henckell fiir eine Singstimme [t. oder s.]. Op. 
48. Englische Uebersetzung von Constance Bache. 

No. 6-10 in M.38o.a4.4 

Madchenblumen (Maiden-blossoms). Gedichte von 
Felix Dahn fiir eine Singstimme. Op. aa. Ausgabe fiir 
hohe Stimme. Mit dentschem und englischem Text. 

No. aa in M.38o.a4.i 

— ,.Schlichte Weisen." Funf Gedichte von Felix Dahn 
ftir eine Singstimme. Op. ai. Ausgabe fiir hohe Stimme. 
Englische Uebersetzung von John Bernhoff. 

No. i7--ai in M.38o.a4.x 

— Sechs Lieder von A F. von Schack fiir eine hohe 
Singstimme. Op. 17* No. 10 in M.38o.a4.i 

— Sechs Lieder aus ^Lotosblatter" von Adolf Friedrich 
Graf von Schack fur eine Singstimme. Op. 19. Ausgabe 
fur hohe Stimme. No. 11-16 in M.38o.a4.i 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme. Op. 37. Ausgabe 



Songt. IVith tnusic, CoUectums, (Canlmued.) 

fiir hohe Stimme. Englische Uebersetzung von John 
Bernhoff. No. ai--a6 in M.38aa4.a 

Vier Gesange fur eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des 

Orchesters. Op. 33. Partitur. No. 1-4 in M.38o.a5 

Vier Lieder fiir eine Singstimme. Op. 27. Ausgabe 

fiir hohe Stimme. Englische Uebersetzung von John 
Bernhoff. No. 1-4 in M.38o.a4^ 

Vier Lieder fiir eine Singstimme. Op. 36. Ausgabe 

fur hohe Stimme. Englische Uebersetzung von John 
Bernhoff. No. 17-^ in M.38o.A|.a 

Zwei grossere Gesange fiir eine tiefere Singstimme mit 

Orchesterbegleitung. Op. 44. Partitur. No. 5, 6 in M.380JIS 

Zwei Lieder (Gedichte von N. von Lenau) fur eine 

Singstimme. Op. a6. Ausgabe fCir hohe Stimme. En- 
glische Uebersetzung von John Bernhoff. 

No. a3, 24 in M.38o.a4.z 

Sullivan, A S. Twelve songs by Jules Benedict and 
Arthur S. Sullivan. No. 2 in M.Z57.io 

The window, or, the songs of the wrens. [la songs.] 

Words by Tennyson. M^36.z 

Taubirt, C. G. W. Acht Lieder von Robert Bums, fur 
eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. No. 5, 6 in M.Z9a.6 

Des Knaben Berglied. Uhlandslied. Zwei Lieder fur 

eine Singstimme [s. oder T.j. No. aS, 29 in M.i9a.7 

- Dichtungen von Fr. v. Schiller in Musik gesetzt von 
Wilhelm Taubert. Op. 144, No. i, 3-5. No. i-4inM.Z9aJ 

Drei Balladen aus der Kinderwelt, fiir eine Sing- 
stimme [s. Oder t.]. No. ai-a3 in MagaA 

Drei heitere Gesange fiir eine Singstimme [bai.]. 

No. 5 in M.i9a.7 

Der frohliche Mann. Ganse. Zwei heitere Lieder. 

Friihlingsjubel. Maientag. Zwei Gesange. Ffir s. oder T. 

No. i5-i8inM.z9a.S 

Fiinf Gesange [s.] nebst englischer Uebersetzung. 

Op. 99* No. I in M.Z93.7 

Fiinf Lieder fiir eine Singstimme (s. oder t.]. Op. 

103. No. a, 3 in M.Z9a,7 

Fiinf Lieder [s. oder t.]. Op. i3aA. No. 16 in M.Z9a.7 

Gesaenge aus Shakspeare's Was ihr wollt [u. s. w. 

nebst englischer Uebersetzung]. No. 8 in M.aaz.a6 

Gliick der Liebe. Acht Gedichte von Emil Taubert. 

Ftir s. Oder t. componirt von Wilhelm Taubert. 

No. 33 in M.z9a.ft 

Gruss an Schlesien. 5 Lieder in schlesischer Mnndart 

von Hoffmann, Viol und Geisheim. Fur eine Singstimme 
[s. Oder t.] componirt von Wilhelm Taubert. 

No. 4 in M.z9a^ 

Jungfrau Lowisika. Die weinenden Schwestem. Zwei 

Humoresken fiir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. 4 in M.Z9a.7 

Liebesglocken. Fruhlingslust. a Gesange for eine 

Singstimme [s. oder T.]. No. 9 in M.Z9a.7 

Sechs deutsche Lieder [s. oder t.]. 5. Werk. 

No. I in M.aaz.a6 
— — Sechs deutsche Lieder [s. oder t.]. Op. 6. 

No. a in HL^auat 
^— Sechs deutsche Lieder. Op. la. No. 5 in M.aai.16 

Sechs geistliche Lieder fiir eine mittlere Stimme. Op. 

142a No. 30 in M.X99.7 
Sechs Gesange [s. oder t.]. Op. 91. No. 16 in U.192JS 

Sechs Gesange fiir eine tiefe Stimme. Op. 151. 

No. 8 in M.Z9a.S 
Sechs Lieder [s. oder t.]. Op. aa. No. 6 in M<.iaz.a6 

Sechs Lieder von R. Reinick, fiir eine Singstimme [s. 

Oder t.]. Op. 4a. No. 9 in M.9az.a6 

Sechs Lieder [s. oder t.]. Op. 67. No. 7inM«Z9a^ 

Sechs Lieder ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 76. 

No. II tnM.zga^ 

Sechs Lieder fur eine mittlere Stimme. Op. 8a. 

No. 13 in M.Z99.6 

Sechs Lieder ftir eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op* 

137* No. 17 in M.Z9a.7 

Sechs Lieder aus dem Spanischen fur eine Singstimme 

[s. Oder t.]. Op. 149. No. 7 in M.Z9a.ft 



120 



Songs 



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Songs 



Soogi. WUh fimsie. ColUctians. (ConUnued.) 

Sechs Lieder fur eine Stngstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 
153BL No. 9-14 in M.199JI 

— Sechs Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 
169. No. 24 in U.192A 

— Sieben Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 

26. No. I in ICZ99.6 
Sieben Lieder [a. oder t.]. Op. 174* 

No. 35-31 in M.Z99J 

— Vier heitere Gesinge [ft. oder t.]. Op. 116. 

No. 6 in M.z9a.7 

— Vier Lieder fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. 

No. ia-i5inM.z99.7 

— Vier Lieder fdr Sopran oder Tenor. Op. 48. 

No. 10 in M.39I.96 

— Vier Lieder [s. oder t.]. Op. 120. No. 8 in M.Z9a.7 

— [Zwei Gutenberglieder, fur eine Singstimme, s. oder t. 
Op. 51.] No. 2 in M.z9a.6 

— Zwolf Gesaenge fur eine Singstimme [s. oder t.]. Op. 

27. No. 7 in M.2az.s6 
Zwolf Lieder [s. oder t.]. Op. 9. No. 3 in M^9z.a6 

Zwolf Lieder. Sang der Liebe [s. oder t.]. Op. 17. 

No. 4 in M.22Z.26 

TcHAiKovsKif P. I. 18 Lieder fur eine Singstimme. Aus- 
gabe fur Sopran oder Tenor. M4I5.48 

Thomas, J., tditor. Welsh melodies, with Welsh and English 
poetry, by John Jones, and Thomas Oliphant. Arranged 
for one voice, and also harmonized for 4 voices, with 
accomp. for harp or pianoforte. Vol. i. M.235.6 

Tbomas, J. R. Six Welsh melodies. Adapted to English 
words and arranged for the voice [a. or bab.]. 

No. 31 in M.Z92.Z4 

Thomson, G., editor. Collection of the songs of Burns, Sir 
Walter Scott . . . united to The select melodies of Scot- 
land, and of Ireland & Wales. u.12^21 

— - The melodies of Scotland, with symphonies and ac- 
comps. for the pianoforte, violin, &c., by Pleyel, Haydn, 
Beethoven . . . The poetry chiefly by Burns. 5 v. 

M.237.ZZ 

TiSHSiN. Acht Gedichte von Eichendorff, Chamisso . . . 
fiir eine tiefe Stimme. No. 12 in M.236.8; etc 

Drei Lieder fur eine Tenor- oder Sopranstimrac. 

No. 8 in M.236.8 

— — Funf Gesange von Heine u. Muller fur eine Sopran- 
stimme. No. 9 in M.22z.a5 

Sechs Gedichte von Burns, Eichendorff ... fur eine 

Singstimme [s. oder t.]. ' No. 14 in M.23(L8 

— — Sieben Gedichte von Max Lowenstein fiir eine Sing- 
stimme [s.]. No. 9 in M.236.8 

Vagxdss. Gesaenge aus Corona, einem Rittergedichte von 
Fr. Baron de la Motte Fouqu^. No.3inM.29Z^ 

Valerius. Ond-Nedcrlandsche liederen uit den Neder- 
landtsche gedenckclanck. No. 1 in M4X5.7 

Vauoobbul. Melodies. Nouvelle Edition augment^e de La 
mort de Diane, grande sc^ne lyrique. M.az3.25 

Vbkdi. The Verdi album. 25 songs from his operas. Italian 
and English. M.236.S 

Vbsque von Pubttlingbn. Die Heimkehr. 88 Gedichte aus 
H. Heine's Reisebildern. M.158.3 

Wbbbb, C. M. F. E. von. Sammtliche ein- und zweistimmige 
Lieder und Gesange. ii.244.7 

Wbbeb-Auium. [10 Lieder und Gesange ftir eine und 
mehrere Stimmen.] M.a44.z7 

Wbckbbun. La chanson populaire. M.az5.2o 

^— Chants des Alpes. 20 tyroliennes, avec variantes, 
vocalises et annotations. No. i in M.Z5844 

Wbhman, ediicr. The New York musical album. [Songs.] 

No. 7 in M402.74 

Wbingabtnbb. Vier Gesange fur eine hohere Singstimme 
mit Begleitung des Orchesters. English version by Wil- 
liam Wallace. Partitur. No. 3-6 in M.380.38 

Zwei Gesange von Gottfried Keller fiir eine tiefere 

Singstimme mit Begleitung des Orchesters. English 
version by William Wallace. Partitur. No. i, 2 in M.380.38 

Wbisshbimbb. Funf geistliche Sonnette, von Theodor 



Songs. With music, CoUectims, (Couiitmed.) 

Korner, componirt fur Singstimme, Flote, Oboe, Clari- 
nette, Pyrophon und Pianoforte. No. i in M.404.35 

Whitakbr. The celebrated Odes of Anacreon, arranged 
from the Greek, as English songs. No. i in M.380.Z9 

WiBDBBBiN. Lieder [s. o. t.]. No. 10 in M.a2Z.33 

Wilson, James. The musical cyclopedia; a collection of 
English, Scotch and Irish songs; with miisic M.Z32.Z9 

Wilson, John. [Wilson's edition of the songs of Scotland, 
as sung by him at his entertainments.] M.z29i^7 

WiNDSOB SHADES, being a collection of English songs, let 
to music for one, two and three yoices, with the bass 
f igur'd for the organ, harpsichord & pianoforte. 

No. 3 in M.2oa.32 

WoEHLEB, G. Sechs Lieder von Geibel fiir eine Singstimme 
[s. Oder t.]. No. 15 in M.a36.8 

Wolf, H. Italienisches Liederbuch nach Paul Heyse fiir 
eine Singstimme. M.38o.a9 

— i— Spanisches Liederbuch nach Heyse und Geibel fiir 
eine Singstimme. M.38a30 

WusTBOw. Neun Gesaenge [s. o. t.]. No. 11inM.a21.33 
Songa. With music, BihUography, 

KoEHLEB, C. L H. Gesangs-Fiihrer. Ein Anszug empfeh- 
lenswerther Werke aus der gesammten Literatur fur Solo- 
und Chorgesang. Leipzig. [1863.] No. i in M.139.3 

ScHAAB, R. Fiihrer durch die Literatur des Mannergesanges. 
Leipzig. [1873.] No. 2 in M.X45.6 

SiEBEB, F. Handbttch des deutschen Liederschatzes. Ein 
Catalog von 10,000 Liedem, nebst einer Auswahl von 
Duetten und Terzetten. Berlin. 1875. No. 2 in M.Z4X.X 
Songs. With music. Criticism, 

Mauxb, W. Richard Strauss, Vier Ges&nge fur eine Sing- 
stimme mit Begleitung des Orchesters. Op. 33. Erlau- 
tert. Leipzig. [1903.] No. 1 1 in M.2Z7.X2.8 

Songa. Without music. 

Academy of Ancient Music, London. The words of such 
pieces as are usually performed by the Academy, Lon- 
don. 1768. No. 1 in M.X4fi.6 

Adams, E. D., editor. Sea song and river rhyme from 
Chaucer to Tennyson. With a new poem by Algernon 
Charles Swinburne. London. [1897?] M.2x6.x 

BABTHtLBMY, L La cButatricc grammairienne, ou Fart d' 
apprendre Torthographe frangaise seul, par le moyen de 
chansons ^rofiques, pastorales . . . Geneve. -1788. 

M.xa6.33 

Bath Harmonic Society. A selection of favourite catches, 
glees, &c., as sung by the Society. Bath. 1799. M.X37.20 

Bath York-House Catch-Club. A selection of catches, 
glees, &c., for the use of the members. Bath. 1804. 

No. 3 in M.ia9a.flo 

Bbitish Minstrel, The: a collection of English, Scottish 
and Irish songs. London. 1824, 25. 3 v. Portraits. 
Plates. M.198.30 

Clabk, R. The first volume of poetry; revised and en- 
larged, containing the favorite pieces, as performed at 
the Catch club, Glee club . . . London. 1824. 

M.xx9a.3; etc. 

Damade, L, editor, Histoire chant^e de la Premiere R^ 
publique. 1789 a 1799. Chants patriotiques, r^volution- 
naires et populaires. Paris. 1892. M.37340 

DiBDiN, C. The professional life of Mr. Dibdin. With six 
hundred songs. London. 1804. 4 v. Portrait. Plates. 

M.X17.X 

DiBDiN, T. J. The last lays of the last of the three Dib- 
dins. London. 1833. M.145.30 

DowLAND, R. Douland's Musical banquet (Selections. 
London.] 181 7. M.X4fi.x6 

DuFRBZ, G. L Joyeuset^s d'un chanteur dramatique. 
[Vers. Paris. 1882.] No. 2 in M.X43.3 

Ellingbb, G., editor. Kirchenlied und Volkslied. Geistliche 
und weltliche Lyrik des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts bis auf 
Klopstock. Stuttgart. ifio2, M.370.9 

GufiBu, H. Chansons de Gaultier Garguille [pseud.]. 
Nouvelle Edition, avec introduction et notes par £douard 
Fournier. Paris. 1858. M.X02.X3 



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Sonntagsfeier 



Scmgt. Without music, (Continued,) 

Haruind, J., editor. The songs of the Wilsons: with a 
memoir of the family, and several additional songs never 
before published. London. 1866. M.37a.a7 

Hbinb, H. Book of songs. Translated by Charles G. Le- 
land. Philadelphia. 1864. M.i09a.Z4 

Kennedy, D. iSiS-iSSd, Mr. Kenned/s entertainment on 
the songs of Scotland. London. x86i?-i886. • M.37345 

Lloyd, A. Repertoire of the legitimate, veritable, and 
popular comic songs, sung by Arthur Lloyd. London. 
[186-?] No. 10 in M.37344 

London Melodist, The; or, songster's companion. London. 
N. d. Illus. M.zo9a.36 

Mbusy. Chansons d'hier et d'aujourd'hiii. M.ao8.9 

MooEE, T. Irish melodies. London. 1823. Illus. Plates. 

M.iaga.^ 

Nadaud, G. Chansons. Paris. 1867. Portrait. M.Z43.4 

Chansons de salon. Paris. 1867. No. a in M.ao8.a3 

Ouphant, editor. La musa madrigalesca; or a collection of 
madrigals, ballets, roundelays, etc., chiefly of the Eliza- 
bethan age; with remarks and annotations. London. 

1837. M.X41M1.5 

Philip, £. How to sing an English ballad. Including 60 

songs. London. [1883.] M.ia6.i3 

Queen's Minstrels, The. [Song book.] London. [186-?] 

No. 9 in M.373.44 
Rbimann, H., editor. Das deutsche Lied. Ein Lieder-Cyclus 
in 4 Abenden. Das deutsche Lied von seinen Anfangen 
bis zur heutigen Zeit vorgetragen von Amalie Joachim. 
[Berlin. 189-?] No. 2 in M.37a4i 

RiMBAULT, £. F., editor, A little book of songs and ballads, 
gathered from ancient musick books, us. and printed. 
London. 1851. M.za6.i4 

Sky-lark, The. Being a complete collection of the most 
modern and celebrated American, English and Scotch 
songs. M.i39.ioa 

Tannahill, R. Works. With life of the author, and a 
memoir of Robert A. Smith, the composer, by Philip A. 
Ramsay. London. [183-?] No. i in M.i04.4a 

Townsbnd, G. H., compiler. Selections and words of glees, 
madrigals, choruses, songs, etc., sung every evening [in 
Evans's Music and Supper Rooms, Covent Garden. 
Anon.] . . . [London. 186-?] No. 3 in Il.i3a.3 

Vocal Magazine, The; or, British songster's miscellany. 
Containing all the English, Scotch and Irish songs, can- 
tatas, glees . . . deemed any way worthy of being trans- 
mitted to posterity. Vol. i. London. 1778. No. i in M.376.65 
Songt without words. For pianoforte. Mbndelssohn-Bar- 
THOLDY, J. L F. Werke. Serie 11. M4X3.3.11 

Songs in a cornfield. Cantata. For the Music see Macfarren, 

G. A. For the Libretto see Rossetti. 
Songs of praise. Part-song. Leslie, H. D. Cassell's Choral 
music. No. 7 in M.a35.xo 

Songs of the nativity. Carols, Husk, editor, M.xox.37 

Songs of the Pyrenees. Folk-songs. Middlemore, editor. 

No. I in M.384.63 
Songster's Assistant, The. Duets. Swan, T No. 8 in M.xa7.i 
Sonn', Die, ist hin. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 35. 

No. 21 in M.a44.5.3 

Sonn', Die, ist unter. Part-song, Rheinberger, J. G. Am 

Walchensee. No. 13 in M.x58.a7 

Sonnambula, La. Opera, For the Music see Bellini; also 

Paer. For the Libretto see Romani, F. 
Sonne, Die, geht zur Ruh'. Part-song, Zim Hermann, S. A. 

No. 4 in M.39a^.a 
Sonne, Die, scheint nicht mehr. 

Volkslieder. Heft i. 
Sonne und Erde. BaUet music, 
Sonnenaufgang, Der. Part-song, 
Behung. Vier Gesange. 
Brambach. 

Cornelius. Werke. Band 2, 
Hermes. Beliebte Lieder. 
HiLLER, F. Zehn Lieder aus Waldmeisters Brautfahrt. 

No. 4 in M.39a.iz 



Song, Brahms. Deutsche 

No. 9 in M.380.40.3 

Bayer, J. No. i in M.384.1 

No. 10 in M.aia.3 

No. 23 in M.39a.5 

M4i4.ao.a 

No. I in M.Z94.16 



Sonnenaufgang. Song, Taubert, C G. W. Sechs Lieder. 

Op. 153B. No.9inM.z9a^ 

Sonnenblick. For orchestra. KoELUNa No. 2 in M405.a5 

Sonnenfest, Das, der Braminen. Opera, For the Music see 

Mueller, W. For the Libretto see Hensler. 

Sonnenlicht ist schlafen gangen. Part-song. Abt, F. Stand- 

chen. No. 65 in M.za9a44 

Sonnenschein. Part-song. Becker, R. No.44inM.39a.a;etc 

Sonnenuntergang. Part-song, Billbter. Drei Gesange fur 

vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 44. No. 19 in M.39a.35 

KjERULP. Solnedgang. No. 7 in M.39a.z3 

Sonnenuntergang. Song, Cornelius. Werke. Band i. 

M4Z4.aaz 
Sonnenwende. Part-song. Herman, R. L. No. ii in M.ao3.z6 
WuBLLNER. Waldlicder. No. 24 in M.Z58baz 

Sonnenwende. Song. Franz, R. Sechs Gesange. Op. 37. 

No. 35 in M.a44.5.3 
Sonnet, Le. Pantomime. Raynaud, A. No. 2 in M.300.z ; etc 
Sonnett, Ein. Song. Brahms. Lieder und Romanzen. Op. 
14* No. 4 in M.38040.Z 

Sonnette, Jean Jacques, Pseud. See Goudar» Ange. 
Sonneur, Le, et le gondolier. For pianoforte, Louis, N. 

No. 2 in M.39041 
Sonnite, Paul. 
Nicolas Nickleby. Op^ra comique. Paroles de Paul 
Somni^s [sic] d'aprls le roman de Charles Dickens. 
Musique de Charles Grelinger. M.389^ 

Sonning lock. Part-song. Cordbr, F. No. 16 in M.ao4.36.s 

Sonnois, Jules. 
A deux de jeu. Saynette. Paroles de Jules de Rieux 
[pseud.]. Musique de J. Vandenesse. No. i in M.3a4.34 
Un d rapier dans de mauvais draps. Sayn^te. Musique de 
J. Vandenesse. No. 5 in M^oa.7o 

Monsieur Auguste. Op6rette. Musique de Chassaigne. 

No. 2 in M.a85.s 

L'ordonnance du commandant. Saynette. Musique de 

Charles Hubans. No. i in M4M.za 

Le retour de Musette. Op^rette en un acte. Paroles de 

Jules de Rieux [pseud.] et Villemer. Musique de Luden 

Collin. No. 4 in M.393.8 

Le sapeur et la payse. Saynite. Musique de J. Vandenesse. 

No. 2 in M.3a4.34 

Une table de cafe. Saynite i travestissements. Paroles de 

J. de Rieux [pseud.] & A. Guyon. Musique de Francis 

Chassaigne. No. 4 in M.a85.5 ; etc 

SonnUg. Duet. Hennig. 20 ein und zweistimmige Lieder. 

No. 17 in M.aQ3A 
SonnUg, Der. Part-song. Art, F. Funf Gesange fur Manner- 
chor. Op. 145* No.8inM^a.z 
M Osiou No. a in M^Taao 
Sonntag. Song. 

Brahms. Ftinf Lieder. Op. 47. No. 10 in M.38040.Z 

Franz, R. Zwolf Gesange. Op. 1. No. 7 in M.a44.5.z 

Schumann, R. A. Lieder fur die Jugend. Abtheilung i. 

No. 2 in M.a44.z5.3; etc 
Sonntag-Abend. Part-song. Nbsslrr. No. 5 in M.9Q3^a 

Sonntag auf dem Meere. Part-song. Hbinzb, G. A. 

No. 53 in M.39a.8 
SonnUg Mai Morgen. Part-song, Schulz, A. No. 4 in M.39a.38 
Sonntag-Morgen. Cantata, For the Music see Mueller, C. 

F. W. 

Sonnugmorgen. Part-song, Kern. Acht Lieder fiir M&nner- 

chor. Op. 58. No. 46 in M.39a.za 

Kretzschmar. Op. 5, No. 2. No. 52 in M.39a.z3 

Sonntag Morgen im Walde. Part-song. Art, F. Fiinf 

Gesange. Op. 185. No. 3 in M.39a^9 

Sonntags am Rhein. Part-song, Art, F. Vier Gesange fiir 

vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 205. No. 26 in M.39a.i 

Mueller, R. 3 Gesange. Op. 47. N0.8inM.aza.11 

Orth. No. 55 in M.39a.z6 

Stein, C. No. i in M.37o.3o 

Tschirch, F. W. No. 5 in M.ao3^a 

Sonntags am Rhein. Song. Schumann, R. A. 6 Gedichte von- 

Reinick. No. 10 in M.a44.z5.z ; etc 

Sonntagsfeier. Part-song. Zopfp. No. 49 in M.39a.a7 



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Sonntagsfrucfae 



THE ALLEN A. BROWN COLLECTION OF MUSIC 



Sorrows 



No. 76 in M.946.99 

No. 17 in M.39a.i7 

No. 31 in M.39a43.3 

No. 17 in M.Z474 

GiNfti. Heitere Lieder. 

No. 26 in M.39d4) 



Somitagtlniehe. Part-soHg. 
Abt, F. Lcichte Mannerchore. 
Mangold. Drei Lieder. Op. 33. 

MUBLLEl, W. 

OrrOy £. J. 
Sonntagt-Jaeger, Die. Part-smg, 

Op. 14, Heft I. 
Sonnugskind, Das. Opera. For the Music see Milloecker. 

For the LiBmro see Wittmann* H. 

Sonntags-Klaenge. Song, Albut, Pfinct Consort Collected 

compositions. M.990.a3 

Sonntagalied. Part-song, Gackstabttek. No. 15 in if.i47<4 

Krxutzbr, C. No. ia8 in M.i99a.434; etc. 

Sonntagalied. Song, MaifDXLSSOHN-BAaTHOLDY, J. L. F. 

Werke. Serie 19. M4I3.3.I9 

Soaatagamorgen. Cantata. For the Music and Librbtto see 

Schjeldemp. 

Soantagamorgen. Duet. MaNDBLSsoHN-BiotTBOLDY, J. L F. 

Werke. Serie 18. M413.3.18 

Soimtagamorgen. Part-song. Mbndblssohn-Babtholoy, J. L 

F. HMaiglockchen und Bltimelein." No. a6 in M.39a.i7 

ScHAEFPBK, L. No. i6 in M.39a.a3 

Sono cieco. Song. Robbbti. Inspirations italiennes. 

No. X in M.364.ZO 

Sono liete. Duet. Handbl. Werke. Lief erung 3a. M.3i3.z.3a 

Sonat und Jetzt. For pianoforte. Spobb, L No. 4 in M.404.95 

Soatag, Henriette Gertrude Walpnrgist Contessa do Rossi. 

GuNDUNG, J. Henriette Sontag. Kiinstlerlebens Anfange 

in Federzeichnungen. Leipzig. 1861. 2 v. M.377.5 

Lifb of Henriette Sontag, Countess de Rossi. With 

sketches by Scudo, Berlioz . . . New York. Stringer & 

Townsend. 1852. Portrait. No. i in M.X44.xa 

Mbmoib of the Countess de Rossi (Madame Sontag). 

[London.] Mitchell [1849?] M.xa9a.zo 

Soaa of Zion. Anthem. Naum ann, J. G. No. 19 in M.a9i.aa.3 

800a as I careless stray'd. Part-song. Fbsta. No. 2 in if.x7S*x«x 

800a as the genial spring. Glee. Aixxxtk, J. 

No. 135 in M.aaa9^ 
Soon as the silver moonbeams. Madrigal. Gastoloi. 

No. 22 in M^37^ 
Sophie et Moncars. Opera. For the Music see GaTeauz* 

For the Lxbbbtto see Quj, J. H. 
Sophodea. AnHgone. 
Mbndblssohn-Babtholoy, J. L F. Antigone. Chorusses 
of Sophocles' Antigone. The words written and adapted 
by W. Bartholomew. [Accomp. for piano.] M.38ax9 
An imitative version of Sophocles' Antigone; as writ- 
ten and adapted to the music of Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 
by W. Bartholomew. No. i in M.XX6.7 
' An imitative version of the choruses and the melo- 
dramatic dialogue, with a synopsis of the scenes in 
Sophocles' Antigone; written to the music composed by 
Mendelssohn Bartholdy. No. 2 in M.x 16.7 
SAiNT-SAiNs, C. C Antigone. Trag^die de Sophocle, mise 
& la scene fran^aise par Paul Meurice et Auguste Vac- 
querie. Musique de C. Saint-Saens. Partition chant et 
piano. No. 3 in M.38440 
•SopBOKLEs' Antigone. Neue metrische Uebersetzung. 
[Von Hermann Schelling.] 3te Anflage. 

No. 16 in M.X45.a5 
Williams, C. F. A. A short account of the music of the 
Greek drama, together with the choruses of Sophocles' 
"Antigone" as performed in the Greek theatre at Brad- 
field College, June, 1898. With an English paraphrase 
by G. S. Freeman. [Accomp. for lyres.] No. 3 in M.38o.xx 
Sophoclea. Oedipus Ct^oneus. 
GouvY. Oedipus auf Kolonos. Dramatische Kantate fiir 
vier Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester, von Th. Gouvy. 

M.35x.x7;etc. 

Mbndblssobn-Babtboloy, J. L. F. OBdipus at Colonos. The 

English lyrics written and adapted by W. Bartholomew. 

The music by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. [Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] M.98o.i4 

Sophoclea. Oedipus Tyrannus. 

Bbllbbmann. (Mbm^ Tt&9owo(« Chore und Melodramen 



Sophoclea. Oedipus Tyratmus. (ConHnued.) 

aus dem Konig Oedipus des Sophocles. In Musik gesetzt 
von H. Bellermann. Clavierauszug, mit griechischem u. 
deutschem Text. No. 11 in M^xa.3 

Lassbn. Konig Oedipus von Sophocles. Musik von E. 
Lassen. Einleitung, Chore u. Melodramen. Clavieraus- 
zug. No. 5 in M.a8a38 
MBMBBis, E. Oedipe RoL Trag^die de Sophocle. Tra- 
duction de J. Lacroix. Musique de sctoe par Edmond 
Membr^e. [Partition piano et chant.] No. i in M.38aix 
Painb, J. K. Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles. Music for 
male chorus and orchestra by J. K. Paine. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] M.X55.34 

Prelude to Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles. [Full 

score.] No. 2 in M.407.ao 

ScHiLUNGS. Symphonischer Prolog zu Sophokles' ''Konig 
Oedipus" fur grosses Orchester. Partitur. 

No. I iin M4XO.53 

Stanfobd. Prelude to the Oedipus Rex of Sophocles. Full 

score. No. 5 in M^0547 

Sophottiabe. Opera. For the Music see Neefe. For the 

Lxbbbtto see Meiaaaer, A. G. 

Sophroayne. Glee. Cookb, B. 9 glees. No. 3 in M.aao.8 

Soprano, The. Fiction. Babnabd, C. if.xo8.6 

Sopwith, Daisy. 

Coquette. Operetta in 2 acts. The libretto by R. £. Pat- 

tinson. The music by Daisy Sopwith and Angela Rawlin- 

son. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Boosey & 

Co. 1893* X«394-9 

Sorant, J. A. de. 
Dans le p^trin. Folie-op6rette. Musique de J. Nargeot 

No. 5 in M.as7.x5 
Les exploits de Sylvestre. Op^rette. Musique de J. Nar- 
geot. No. 2 in M.a67.ax 
Pecheurs et p^heresses. Op^rette-bouffe. Musique de J. 
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Sorcerer, The. Opera. For the Musxc see Sullivan, A. S. 

For the Lxbbbtto see Gilbert, W. S. 
Sorder, Le. Opera. For the Music see Daxiican; also 
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Perri^re-PUtl 
Sord^re, La, par hazard. Opera. For the Musxc and Li- 
bretto see Framery. 
Sorgenvolle, wetterschwuele, Madchenstirne. Part-song, 

Adam, C. F. No. 67 in M.X99a43.xo 

Sorgi, O padri. Song. Bbllxni, V. No. 3a in M.XS7.39 

Soriano, Francesco. 

Ave Regina [s. a. t. b.]. (In Lueck. Sammlung aus- 

gezeichneter Compositionen fur die Kirche. Band 4, pp. 

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Magnificat i. toni [s. a. t. b.]. (In Lueck. Sammlung aus- 

gezeichneter Compositionen fur die Kirche. Band 4, 

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Missa, "Super voces musical es" sex vocum [s. s. a. t. t. &]. 

(In Proske. Selectus novus missarum. Vol. i, pp. 203- 

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Salve Regina [s. a. t. b.]. (In Lueck. Sammlung aus- 

gezeichneter Compositionen fiir die Kirche. Band 4, pp. 

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Soriano Fuertea, Mariano. 

El vito granadino. [Cancion espafiola. Accomp. de piano. 

Madrid ? 185-?] No. x8 in M^x.57 

S5vnen. Song. Kjbbulp. S&nger och Visor. Band x. 

M.X5M7 
Sorrente. Song. Roussbau, A. No. 2 in M.X58.34 

Sorrentina, La. Song. Cottbau. 23* raccolta di canzoni 
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Sorrentine, La. Opera. For the Music see Vaaaeur, F. A. 
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Sorrow and song. Biography. Cubwbn, H. if.xa6.30 

Sorrow's lone, dejected daughter. Song. Babnbtt, J. Lays 
of the passions. M.a44.ao 

Sorr(»wa and pleasures. Song. Rbxchabdt, J. F. 

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Sorrowt, The, of death. Anihim, Haycraft. Sacred harmony. 

No. 33 in U.^^^JS 
Sorrows, The, of my heart. Anthim. Boycb. 

No. 34 in M.a9aaa.i 
Sortilegio, II. Opera. For the Music see Scontrino. 
Soaarme. Opera, For the Music see HandeL Werke. 

Liefening 8i. 
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Soipir, Un, a chi si muore. Song. Handbl. Werke. Liefe- 
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Sotpiro, II. Sang. Donizbtti. Ispiraztoni yiennesi. 

No. I in M.364.10 
Soto, Francesco. 
Jestt dulcedo cordium. A 3 voix [s. s. a. ou t.]. {In Frober. 
Jubilus rythmicus de nomine Jesu. P. 17.) 

No. a in M.901.1 

Sotto due negri e sottilissimi archi. Part-sang. Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band 8. if.8o4oa.67.8 

Sotto quel sti. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

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Sonbies, £mile Jean Albert. 

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lC.i39a.6 
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Precis de I'histoire de la musique russe. Paris. Fisch- 
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Precis de Thistoire de I'Op^ra-Comique. [Par] A. Soubies 
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ic.z29a.35; No. I in ic.208.3z 
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Kaun. Der Pietist. The ring of fate. >'-395*37 

Sonchay, Conrad Theodor. 

Fingal. Dichtung. Fur Soli, Mannerchor und Orchester 

componirt von Arnold Krug. No. 9 in ic.203.z6 

Kyffhauser. Dramatische Scene. Ftir Soli, Mannerchor 

und Orchester componirt von Joseph Anton Mayer. 

No. 3 in lC.203.z7 
Sigurd. Dichtung nach Geibel's Epos „Kdnig Sigurd's 
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Wickinger Ausfahrt. Gedicht. Konzertstuck fur Manner- 
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Souchay, Theodor. See Souchay, Conrad Theodor. 
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Sonffleta, Les. Opera. For the Music see Duveyrier, H. M. 

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Soufflona d'autant amis. Part-song. Lassus. Sammtliche 
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Souhaita, Les. Tyrolienne. Weckerlin. Chants des Alpes. 

No. I ni ic.z58.44 
Souhaita ridicules, Les. Opera. For the Music see Clamenta. 
For the Libretto see Lemonier, H. 



Soul of the world. Cantata. For the Music see WaUnoefer. 

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Soul, The, that sinneth. Anthem. Wbbbb, S. 12 anthems. 

No. 2 in IC.237.7 
Sonla, Hyacinthe. 
Essai sur Tinfluence de la musique et son histoire en 
m^decine. Paris. Derenne. 1883. No. 3 in ic.372^4 

Soolif, Henry. 
Les fiances du bonnet de coton. Op6rette en i acte. 
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Soaa(, Melchior Fr6d6ric. 
Les deux reines. Op6ra comique de Fred. Souli6 et Ar- 
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iC4oaa^2;etc 

Soulier, £mile. 

Histoire du Theatre royal de I'Op^ra-Comique. Par fimile 

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Soulier, Jean Pierre. 

L'^poux g6n6reux, ou le pouvoir des proc6d6s. Com6die 

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[1804.] ic.274.26 

L'incertitude matemelle ou le choix impossible. Com6die 

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Jean et Genevieve. Com6die en un acte et en prose. 
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Le jockeL Op6ra en i acte. Paroles d'Hoffman. Mises 
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Mademoiselle de Guise. Op6ra comique en 3 actes. 
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IC.974^ 

Le secret. Op6ra en i acte. Paroles d'Hoffman. Mises en 

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Das zweyte Kapitel. [Komtsche Oper in i AufsugCf von 

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Souliers, Les, de noce. Opera. For the Music see Douay. 

For the Libretto see Tourte. 
Souliera mor-dor6s, Les. Opera. For the Music see Fiizer. 

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Sottllier, Charles. See Soullier de Roblain, Charles Simon 

Pascal. 

Soullier de Roblain, Charles Simon Paul. 

Les n^ogammes. Essai scientifique d'une nouvelle th6orie 

musicale, appliqu^e au d^veloppement du myst^re sur 

I'origine des modes et des tons. Paris. Escudier. 

[ 1877- ] No. 4 in ic.37a66 

Nouveau dictionnaire de musique illustr6. Paris. Bazault. 

1855- 1C.II9.I0 

Soula, The, of the righteous. Anthem. 
Ebdon. Sacred music. lC.933.i5 

Foster, M. B. No. 18 in IC.19S.9.19 

Nares. No. 64 in IC.990.99.1 ; etc 

Rka, W. No. 19 in IC.19S.9.14 

Woodward, H. H. No. 10 in 1^x95.9.14 

Soumet, Alexandre. 
Le si6ge de Corinthe. Trag6die lyrique en 3 actes. Paroles 
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Same. [Musique de] G. Rossini. ic.996.x4; etc 
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CoLLASSB, P. Thetis et P616e. ic.985.95 

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Sound, The, of Rokeby's woods. Song. Poetbr, P. W. A 

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Sound the loud timbrel. Part-song. Avzson. No. 34 in M .Z57.3 

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Un oncle de Carcassone. Op^rette. Paroles de L. Boullon 
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Georges Douay. No. 5 in if.305.zz 

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Soup^ PhUibert. See Soup^ Alfred Philibert. 
Souper, Un, chez M«U« Contat. O^a. For the Music see 

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the LiBSBTTO see Deanoyer. 
Soupirl Song. Choudbns. 20 melodies. No. 2 in lf.285.z4 
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the LinBTTO see HermiL 
Source of all light. Moiet. Hauptmann, M. 6 motets. 

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Source, The, of song. Cantata. For the Music see Pache. 

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Souriguiiras de Saint-Marc, Jean Marie. 
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Sourilaa, Th. 
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the Libbbtto see Chivot 
Soua le feuillage. Duet. Gounod. Quinze duos. 

No. 5 in M .Z57.36.6 
Sous les branches. Song. L'£pinb. Scenes et chansons. 

If.z58.42; etc 
Soua les ^toiles. For orchestra. Lacombb. No. i in if 403.91 
Soua les palmiers. Duet. Conconb. No. 24 in if .244.2 

Sousa, John Philip. 
The bride-elect. Comic opera in 3 acts. Book and music 
by John Philip Sousa. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Cin- 
cinnati. J. Church Co. 1897. lf.395.72 
£1 capitan. Comic opera in 3 acts. Book by Charles 
Klein. Music by John Philip Sousa. Vocal score. Cin- 
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The charlatan. Comic opera in three acts. Book by 
Charles Klein. Music by John Philip Sousa. [Accomp. 
for pianoforte.] Cincinnati. J. Church Co. 1898. 

M.394.59 
Chris and the wonderful lamp. Extravaganza in three acts. 
Book by Glen MacDonough. Music by John Philip 
Sousa. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Cincinnati John 
Church Co. 1899. lf.402.50 

D^ir^e. Comic opera in 2 acts. Libretto by Edward M. 
Taber and John Maddison Morton. Music by John 



Souaa, John Philip. (Continued.) 

Philip Sousa. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Boston. White, 
Smith & Co. 1882. No. i in M .323JI 

The free lance. Comic opera in two acts. Book by Harry 
Bache Smith. Music by John Philip Sousa. Vocal 
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lf.389.5z 

The smugglers. A comic opera in two acts. Libretto by 

Wilson Vance. Music by John Philip Sousa. [Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] Philadelphia. Shaw. 1881. lf.402.5z 

South Kenaington Muaeum art handbooks. 

Engbl, C. Musical instruments. New York. 1876. Illus. 

lf.zo6.3 
South wind of summer. Part-song. Hatton. No. 16 in lf.z57.zo 

Southard, Lucien H. 

As the hart pants. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 

Ditson & Co. 1872. No. 25 in lf.z90.7 

Ave Maria for m.-s. or bab. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 

Ditson. [ 186-?] No. 4 in lf.260.za2 
Morning and evening. A collection of [15] pieces [s. a. t. 

B.] for use as voluntaries. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 

Ditson & Co. 1865. lf.290.25 

CpntgtUt. — I. R^oioe the heart of Thy temat a. I will praiM Thee. 
3. Oh Lord mj God. 4. Hear my prayer. 5. I will be glad. 6. Bleased 
be the Lord. 7. Tniat in God. B. Oh magiilfy the Lord. 9. Keep thy. 
tongue from erlL le. Happy art thou. 11. Incline Thine ear. la. I wiU 
remember. 14. How Umg wilt Thon forget, is. I wiU lore Thee. 'tS, 
Let Thy loving meroy. 

Same. No. i-4f 7- No. 28-32 in M .Z90.7 

My heart doth find. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 
Ditson. 1872. No. 27 in if .Z90.7 

Praise waiteth for Thee. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. Ditson & Co. 1872. No. 26 in lf.z90.7 

Te Deum and Jubilate Deo, in P. [Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. Tolman & Co. 1868. No. 23, 24 in M .Z90.7 

Two masses, i. In P, for 2 trebles and bass. 2. Short mass 
in D [s. A. B.] with tenor (ad. lib.). [Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. Ditson &. Co. [1867.] No. i, 2 in M. 222.27 

Southard, Lucien H., editor. 

The Haydn collection of church music. Selected and ar- 
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Lyra catholica: masses, hymns, motetts. Selected and ar- 
ranged by' J. H. Willcox and L. H. Southard. [Accomp. 
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The organist. A collection 6f voluntaries, studies, and 
transcriptions. Edited by L. H. Southard and G. £. 
Whiting. Boston. Ditson & Co. 1868. M.220.Z 

The union glee book. Selected and arranged by B. P. 
Baker and L. H. Southard. If.z00.z7 

Southern, John William. 
Ruth. An entirely new and original dramatic oratorio in 
three acts. Composed by Charles Vincent. If.z93.z5 

Southey, Robert. 
The Inchcape rock. Ballad by Robert Southey. Set to 
music for chorus and orchestra by J. P. Bridge. Piano- 
forte accomp. arranged by Walter Alcock. Octavo edi- 
tion. London. 1891. No. i in M.zs4.a9 
Souvenir, Le. Song. 
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Schubert, P. P. Melodies. Vol. 5. M. 327.4.5 
Souvenir d'enfance. For pianoforte. Louis, N. 

No. 6 in M. 390.26 

Sonvenir d'un lieu cher. For violin and orchestra. Tchaikovskz, 

P. L No. 1-3 in M.334.24 

Sonvenir d'une nuit d'6t6 i Madrid. For orchestra, Gunka. 

No. z in M .348.7 
Souvenir de Bretagne. For piano. Louis, N. 

No. 16 in M. 390.26 
Souvenir de Budapesth. For orchestra, BoRDin, J. 

No. 2 in M .336.Z 
Souvenir de Plorence. For strings. Tchaikovski, P. L 

No. 2 in lf.343.z3 
Souvezdr de Haydn. For violin and piano. Leonard, H. 

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Souvenir du Pr^ aux clercs. For vio/m and piano, Lbmoins, H. 

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Souvenir du Prophete. For violin and piano. Louis, N. 

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Souvenirs, Les. For piano. Louis, N. Trois fantaisies bril- 

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Souvenirs. Song. 

Cbxssonnois. Harmonies. No. a in 11.295.9 

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Souvenirs artistiquea. History. GaicoiB, £. G. J. If-i34-x 

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No. 7 in If .390.28 
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No. a4 in M. 390.37; etc 
Souvenirs du Loiret For violin and piano. Louis, N. 

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Souvenirs et portraits. Criticism. Hal&vy, J. F. F. £. 

if.127.6 

Souverain arbitre du sort. Part-song. Sacchini. Le Sacchini 

des concerts. lf^74«9 

Souverainet6, La, du peuple. Part-song. Catbl. If.38az4 

Souvestre, £mile. 

Les infiniment petits. (In Foyer de I'Op^ra. Tome i, pp. 

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Souviens toi de Clementine. Opera. For the Music see Malo. 

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Sovereigns. As musiciatu. 
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Sfivnen. Song. Kjebulf. S&nger och visor. 

No. 2 in If .158.28 
Sowinski, Albert. 

Messe solennelle i trois parties [s. s. a.], solos, choeurs. 
[Accomp. d'orgue.] Paris. Chailliot. [185-?] 

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Les musiciens polonais et slaves, anciens et modernes. 

Dictionnaire biographique. Paris. Le Clere & cie. 1857. 

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O quam suavis est. Motett [s. or t. Accomp. for organ]. 

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lf^7^4 

Soyons joyeux sur la plaisant verdure. Part-song. Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band la. liAHQB.67.x2 

Spadetta* Almerindo. 

Cicco e Cola. Opera comica. Musica di A. Bnonomo. I 

recitativi sono musicati da Ettore GellL lf.28x.x9 

Don Checco. Opera buffa. Musica di Niccola de Giosa. 

. lf.232.6 

I due ciabattini. Follia comica. Posts in musica dal M® 

Francesco Ruggi. No. a in if.286.30 

Spaete Lieder. Part-song. MoBHBiNa V Gesange. Op. 93. 

No. 17 in lf.392.x8 

Spaetschen, Das. Song. Taubbbt, C. G. W. Klange aus der 

Kinderwelt. Heft a. No. 8 in M .X92.6 

Spahi, Le. Opera. For the Music see Lambert, L. For the 

Librbtto see Gallet. 
Spain. M%uic. 
HoDGBS, G. L., editor. A collection of Peninsular melodies. 
The English words by Mrs. Hemans, Mrs. Norton. 
London. [1830.] lf.244.25 

MiDDLBMORB, editor. Songs of the Pyrenees with Spanish, 
French & English words. Collected and arranged from 
traditional Pyrenean melodies, with translations. Lon- 
don. 1887. No. I in lf,384.63 
MoRPHY, G. Les luthistes espagnols du xvi* si^e (Die 
spanischen Lautenmeister des 16. Jahrhunderts). Leipzig. 
1902. 2 V. lUus. Facsimiles. U^i^^ 
[Rbcubil de medinhas, romances, bailes, rondinas, 
seguidillas, canciones, &c. portugais et espagnols. Ac- 
comp. de piano.] M-39i«57 
Spagnole, Le. Part-song. PiNSun. No. 3 in M .244.xa5 
Spande ancor a mio dispetto. Cantata. For the Music see 

HandeL Werke. Lieferung 522. 
Spanische Liebes-Lieder. Songs. Schuicann, R. A. 

No. 10 in If.244.x54; etc 
Spanische Taenze. For orchestra. Moszkowski. 

No. 4» 5 in K«34^X9 
Spanische Taenze. For violin and piano. Sabasatb y Navascubs. 

No. 6 in M.4xa4S 
Spanisches Lied. Part-song. Joubbt. No. 30 in M«392.X2 

Spanisches Lied. Song. Brahms. Sechs Gesange. Op. 6. 

No. 2 in If .38040.x 
Spanisches Liederbuch. Softgs. Wolf, H. M.380.30 

Spanisches Liederspiel. Part-songs. Schumahn, R. A. 

No. 11-20 in if.244.x5.2; etc 
Spanish barber. The. Opera. For the Music see Arnold, S. 

For the Libretto see Colman, G., the elder. 
Spanish melodies. Songs. Sola. No. 7 in M .39044 

Spanish patriots, a thousand years ago. Opera. For the Music 

see Stevenson, J. A. For the Librbtto see Code. 
Spanish rivals. The. Opera. For the Music see Linley, T. 

For the Libretto see Lonsdale. 
Spanish serenade. Part-song. Drbgbrt. No. 8 in M. 392.7; etc 
Spanish song. Part-song. Vogrich. No. 47 in if .392.26 

Spansk Romans. Song. Kjerulf. S&nger och Visor. Band 

I. M*X5847 

Spanske Studenter. Opera. For the Music see Lange- 

Mueller. For the Libretto see Faber, V. 
Sparafucile, pseud. 
Gens de choeurs. (Roman de choriste.) Bruxelles. Kiste- 
maeckers. 1893. lf.3704X 

Spare, O spare thy servant. Anthem. Haydn, F. J. 

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Sparii, Frederick R. 

History of the Leeds musical festivals, 185S-1889. By F. 
R. Spark and Joseph Bennett, ad edition. Leeds. Spark. 
189a. Portraits. Facsimiles. 1C«X49-S 

Spark, William. 

All we like sheep. Anthem. [Accomp. for or^n.] (In 
Fowle. Parochial anthems. Pp. 49-55*) No. i in M.a33.29 

The birthday festival. Ode for solo voices, chorus and 
orchestra. The poetry by Frank Curzon. The music by 
William Spark. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. 
Lucas, Weber & Co. 1873. M.a9ai 

Henry Smart: his life and works. London. Reeves. 1881. 
Portrait. Il.xa6.x9 

"Immanuel." (Part i.] A sacred cantata. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] Manchester. Heywood. [1887.] 

No. 2 in M.ao4.a7 

Same. [Part 2.] An oratorio for solo voices, chorus, or- 
chestra, and organ, being the second part, complete in 
itself, but which may be performed in conjunction with 
Fart I, the previous and more simple work by the same 
name. The music composed by Wm. Spark. The words 
compiled by Eustace R. Conder. London. Heywood. 

[1889.I M.X93.M 

Musical memories. London. Swan Sonnenschein &, Co. 

1888. Portrait. U.i$^f 

O God, have mercy. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Pp. 160-165.) 

No. 27 in If .a33.x3 
Sparrow, The, and diamond. GUe. Shield. No. 7 in M .X57.6.X 
Sparrow-Simpaoiiy J. See Simpson, William John Sparrow. 
Sparrow's twitter. The. Part-soHg, Orro, F. No. 7 In M.384.ia 
Spartnco. Opera. For the Music see Platania; also Sinko. 

For the Libretto see GhialanEoni; also PalennL 
Spartan song, A. Glee. Cooke, B. No. 110inM.aao.94 

SpmtM nnd Katze. Song. Taueekt, C. G. W. Klange aus der 
Kinderwelt. Heft 6. No. 7 in M.x9a.7 

Spttts und Spatzin. Part-song, GaANEt. No. 27 in ii.39a.10 
Sptttsenfang. Song. Taueert, C. G. W. Funf Lieder. Op. 
xaaA. No. 16 in M.i9a.7 

SptttzenleiiE. Part-song. 
Abt, F. 4 Lieder fur s. A. t. & No. 10 in M.x58.aa 

Fluegbl, G. No. a6 in M.ao3.7 

Spaaier, Johann Gottlieb Carl. 
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Speaight, James. 
Aldrich, T. B. The little violinist [James Speaight. Bos- 
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Speak ye, who best can tell. Anthom. Galuard. 

No.8ainii.xxx4.a 
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Specchio che fostL Madrigal. Palestrina. Werke. Band 39. 

M.8o4oa.66.a9 
Spectre, The. Part-song, Gen^ M.x93.a3.a 

Spectre, Le, de la fiancee. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. 
Vol. 6. M.3a7.4.6 

Spectre de la rose. Song, Beruoz, L H. Les nuits d'6t€. 

No. 1 1 in ■.39x.3a; etc. 

Spectre, Le, du chiteau. Song. Schubert, F. P. Melodies. 

Vol. 4- II.3a7.44 

Spectre knight, The. Opera. For the Music see Cellier. 

For the Libretto see Albery. 
Spectre's bride, The. For the Music see DvofAk. For the 

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Speech. 

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Rampont, M. F. De la voix et de la parole. Paris. 1803. 

No. 3 in M.xo3.3a 

Speech in song. Instmction book. Elus, A J. No. i in M.X17.5 

Speed to my Celia. Madrigal, Rbnaldl No. a4 in Ii.a37.a8 

Speer, Charlton Templeman. 

"The arsenal"; or, "War and peace." Cantata for solo [s. 

A. T. BAR. E.], chorus & orchcstra. Words by Longfellow. 

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London. Weekes. [1884?] No. a in ic.a04.33 

Speidel, Wilhelm. 

Alpennacht. [Mannerchor mit T. Solo.] Op. 5a, No. i. 

Hamburg. Pohle. [187-?] No. 9 in lC.39a.38 

Beim Wandern. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche Sanger^ 

halle. Vol. 4, p. 65.) No. a4 in M.39a.4a4 

Pas deutsche Lied [t. t. b. e.]. (In Das Riitli. Pp. aoo- 

aoa.) No. 8a in IC.X474 

Drei deutsche Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 43. Stuttgart. 

Sturmer. [ 1870?] No. 37-39 in ■.39a.a5 

CmOeMU* — I. O DeatfcUjuid, BMin Vstarleadl a. Friodentfeier. j. 
Frani6daeh-dcataclMi TaasUed. 

Die dunklen Linden. [Mannerchor.] Op. 88, No. a. Leip- 
zig. Licht. 1889. No. II in M.39a.a4 

Der fahrende Student [Mannerchor.] (In Regensburger 
Liederkranz. Pp. aia-ai5.) No. 8a in M.xa9a44 

Fruhlingspracht. [Mannerchor.] Op. 41, No. a. Leipzig. 
Forberg. [ 1869?] No. 35 in M.39a.a5 

Fiinf Chore fur vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 31. Leipzig. 
Kahnt. [186-?] No. 33 in M.39a.a5 

ComUtdM. — Naehtgdiet — Triakiied. — AbendUcd. — ^Mag aoch 
lidn das Schridcn breuncn.'* — Martini Kirehwdh. 

Fiinf Mannerchore. Op. 51. Hamburg. Pohle. [1875?] 

No. 40 in 1c.30a.a5 
ConUnit, — Afl DctttKhUtid. — Vor der Schkcht. — Abschied Tom 
Walde. ^ Triakiied. — Studenteahen. 

Das grune Thier und der Naturkenner. [Mannerchor.] 

Op. 41, No. 4. Leipzig. Forberg. [1869?] 

No. 36 in lC.39a.a5 
Hymne: O Geist der Tonel [Mannerchor.] (In Eidgenoes- 

sischer Saengerverein. Mannerchore ftir das i4te . . . 

Sangerfest. Pp. 10-17.) No. 4 in IC.X30.7 

Ncujahrslied [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 41, No. i. Leipzig. Forberg. 

[1869?] No. 34 in ■.39a.a5 

Ouverture und Intermezzo zu „Ronig Helge" von Oehlen- 

schlager. Fur Orchester. Op. 50. Partitur. Hamburg. 

Pohle. [188-?] No. a, 3 in M.33X.XX 

Die Soldatenbraut. [Mannerchor.] (In Claassen. Ludwig 

Liebe-AlbuuL Pp. 47, 48.) No. 1 1 in ■.ao3.x6 

Unterm Schleedornhag. [Mannerchor.] (In Abt. Deutsche 

Sangerhalle. Vol. 4f PP« 56, 57.) No. ao in lC.39a4a4 

Was hab' ich denn meinem Feinsliebchen gethan. Volkslied 

[t. t. & B.]. (In Regensburger Liederkranz. Pp. 6o-6a.) 

No. 07 in lC.xa9a44 
Wenn die Lerchen wiederkommen. [Mannerchor.] (In 

Stuttgarter Liederkranz. Mannerchor-Album. Pp. 105, 

106.) No. 5 in lC.a03.aa 

Wickinger Ausfahrt. Gedicht von Theodor Souchay. Kon- 

zertstuck fiir Mannerchor, Tenorsolo und Orchester kom- 

poniert von Wilhelm SpeideL Op. 70. Klavierauszug. 

Leipzig. Siegcl. [i88a?1 No. i in lC.axa.x7 

Speier, Wilhelm. 
Protest. Ftir vier Mannerstimmen. Op. 58. Mainz. Schott. 

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Der Soldat. Gedicht von Chamisso. Fur eine Singstimme 

[a. Oder b.] mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, in Musik 

gesetzt von Wilhelm Speier. Offenbach a. M. Andr^ 

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[ 1832 ?] No. 42 in If .399.95 

Speise-Zettel, Der. Part-song. Zobllnbb, C. F. 

No. 39 in M.39a.a7; etc 
Spell-bound fiddler, The. FicHom. Janson, K. N. M.108.9 
Spem in alium. Mass. Palkstuna. Werke. Band 12. 

Jl.8040a.66.1a 
Speme arcana. Song. Pattl No. 9 in M.39X«a8.a 

Spence, Joseph. 
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Mozarts Bearbeitung. II.30.x4 

Spencer, Charles Child. 
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Spencer, John. 
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Spendiarov, A. 
KpuifCKie 9CKH3U. Axil opxecrpa. Esquisses de Crim^e 
pour orchestre. i. Air de danse. 2. Chanson 616giaque. 
3. Chanson i boire. 4. Air de danse „Kaitarma". Par- 
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An •rrangvinciit of poimlar ndodies of the Tartan of Crimea. 
Les trois palmiers. Tableau symphonique pour orchestre 
d'apris une po6sie de Lermontow. Op. 10. Partition d' 
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Spengler, Franz, translator. 

Mubllbr-Berghaus. Die Kalewainen in Pochjola. M.38axa 

Spenser, Willard. 

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music] by Willard Spenser. [Accomp. for pianoforte. 

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Miss Bob White. An original American pastoral comedy 

opera in three acts. Words and music by Willard 

Spenser. Vocal score. [Philadelphia. Spenser.] 1901. 

M.38X43 

The Princess Bonnie. Ap original American-Spanish comic 

opera in two acts. Words and music by Willard Spenser. 

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Spera ai, mio caro bene. Aria. Handbi.. 12 Sopran-Arien. 

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Speranaa* Antonio Giovanni. 

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II.X5X.8 
Speranaa^ Domenico. 
A hymn of thanksgiving. [Chorus and a. or bar. solo. Ac- 
comp. for organ.] New York. Breusing. 1861. 

No. I in ■.X90.8 
Speranaa^ La. Part-song. 
Alary. Ricreazioni musicali. No. i in if .244.19 

Tbnaglia. No. 25 in if .aox.35 

Speranza, La. Song. Robbrtx. Inspirations italiennes. 

No. I in if.364.xo 
Speranaa, La, al cor mio dice. Song. Mbthpbssbl, A. G. 12 
canzonette. No. 8 in if .2ax.33 

Sperate in Deo. Gradual. Eyblbb. Gradual e. No. 2. 

No. 2 in M.X9X.6 

Sperent in te. Anihsm. 

Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band i. M.8o4oa.67.x 

PAL.BSTRINA. Wcrkc. Band 9- lf.8o4oa.66.9 

Speaao in poveri alberghi e in picciol tetti. Part-song. Lassus. 

Sammtliche Werke. Band 8. if.8o4oa.67.8 

Spe^ Erich. 

Die Grille. Open Musik von Johannes Doebber. if.394.4 
Speaialey Lo. Opera. For the Music see Haydn, F. J. For 

the LiBRBTTO see Rota. 
Sphinx, The, or love at random. Opera. For the Music see 

Thompaoxit L. S. For the Librbtto see Gray, D. 
Spicker, Max. 

Die gebrochene Blume. [Mannerchor.] (In Claassen. 



Spicker, Max. (Continued.) 

Ludwig Liebe-Album. Pp. 49, 50.) No. 1 1 in lf.a03.x6 

Die Heimath. (Home.) Solo-Quartett [t. t. b. b.]. Op. 

24, No. 2. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1888.] No. 47 in II.39a.95 

„Im Grase thaut's." (The dew-drops fall.) [Mannerchor.] 

Op. 23. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1887.] No. 45 in 11.399^5 

Die Linde. (The linden tree.) [Mannerchor.] Op. 15. 

Berlin. Luckhardt. 1886. No. 43 in M. 393.25 

Neuer Fruhling. (Spring's return.) [Mannerchor.] Op. 

24, No. 3* Berlin. Luckhardt. [1888.] No. 15 in M. 392.24 

Noch sind die Tage der Rosen. (Life's springtime.) 

[Mannerchor.] Op. 24, No. i. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1888.] 

No. 14 in M. 392.24; No. 46 in lf.39a.a5 
Der Pilot. Dichtung'von Franz v. Holstein. (English ver- 
sion by £. Buck.) Fur Mannerchor, Bariton-Solo und 
Orchester. Op. 30. Clavier-Auszug. Berlin. Luck- 
hardt. 1893. No. 5 in If.a0a.a9 
Serenade. [Mannerchor.] Op. 19, No. i. Berlin. Luck- 
hardt. [ 1887.] No. 44 in M. 392.95 
Spielmannslied. (The minstrel's song.) [Mannerchor.] 
. Op. 29, No. 2. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1892.] 

No. 18 in lf.39a.24 

Tage der Jugend. (Days of youth.) [Mannerchor.] Op. 

28, No. 2. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1891.] No. 16 in If .392.24 

Winterabend. (Winter evening.) [Mannerchor.] Op. 29, 

No. I. Berlin. Luckhardt. [1892.] No. 17 in If ^92.24 

Spiegaaioxif La. Duet. Bortolini. Amori veneziani. 

No. I in lf.390.44 
Spiegel, Der, von Arkadien. Opera. For the Musxc see 

Sueaamayer. 
Spielleute, Die. Part-song. Mbthpbssbl, £. 

No. 26 in If.39a4a4 
Spielxnaim, Der. Ballet music. Forstbr, J. No. 2 in M. 331.7 
Spielmann* Der. Song. 
Gade. Lteder und Gesange. Heft 8. No. 11 inlf.X9a.3 

Schumann, R. A. 5 Lieder. No. i inlf.244.x5.2;etc 

Spielmaxmalied. Part-song. 
Bbckkr, V. E. No. 22 in M. 392.3 

ScHWALM. No. 7 in M. 392.24 

Spickbr, No. 18 in M. 392.24 

Spielmannalied, Song. Gribg. Grieg-Album. 3. 

No. 4 in ¥,15^x6 

Spielter, Hermann. 

„Vineta.'' Gedicht von J. Seiler. Fur Bariton-Solo mit 

Clavierbegleitung und Mannerchor a capella compontrt 

von Hermann Spielter. Op. 4. Bremen. Haake. 1886. 

No. 2 in If.2x2.x7 

Spiea, Arno. 

Bogna des Verbannten Tochter. Oper von Arno Spies und 

Max Radziszewski. Musik von M. Hertz. lf.396.27 

Waldfest. Heitere Weisen. Fur Mannerchor und Bariton- 

Solo mit Klavierbegleitung von G. Unbehaun. 

No. 4 in lf.2x2.xS 
Spindler, Fritz. 

Quartett (C moll) fur 2 Violmen, Viola und Violoncello. 
Op. 62. Partitur. Leipzig. Whistling. 1856. 

No. 24 in lf.2xx.x 

Symphonic, Zweite (C moll), fur Orchester. isotes Werk. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Siegel. [186-?] if .334.20 

Spinelli, Niccola. 

A basso porto. (Am untern Hafen). Neapolitanische 

Volks-Scenen von Goffredo Cognettl Lyrisches Drama 

in 3 Akten von Eug. Checchi. Deutsch von Ludwig Hart- 

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Clavier-Auszug mit deutschem und italienischem Text. 

Leipzig. Oberdorffer. 1894. lf.394.7x 

SpinnI SpinnI Part-song. Juengst. No. 38 in if ^92.xi 

Spiimelied. Part-song. Schumann, R. A. Lieder fur die 

Jugend. Abtheilung 3. No. 4 in If .244.15.5 

Spinnelied. Song. Schumann, R. ^. Werke. Serie 13, Band 

3- il.3x6.x.X3.3 

Spiimerin, Die. Part-song. Filke. No. 10 in M.392.S 

Janson, F. XII Lieder fiir vier Mannerstimmen. 

No. 34 in M. 392.x t 



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ScHUBUtT, F. P. Werke. Serie ao, Band 3. 
Schumann, R. A. 6 Gesange. Op. 107. 

No. 3 in M.a44.x54; etc 
TaubbiTi C G. W. Sechs Gesange. Op. 91* 

No. 16 in ll.X9a.6 
Spinnerlied. For orchestra. Mkndblssghn-Babtholdy, J. L F. 

No. I in M.34a.x8 

Spinnerlied. For violim. Hollabndbb, G. No.8inM4o6.6 

Spinnerlied. Song. Grubbb, G. W. Gottfried August 

Burgers Gedichte. Vol. a. No. 8 in M.i30.9.fl 

Taubbbt, C G. W. Klange aus der Kinderwelt. Heft 10. 

No. ao in M.X99.8 
Spinney, Walter. 
It is high time to alvake. [Short full anthem. Accomp. 
for organ.] Boston. Schmidt. [189a.] No. 53 in >'*i58»>9 
Spinning chorus, The. Part-song. Wagnbb, W. R. 

No. 7 in 11.304.36.9 
Spinning wheel, The. Part-song. Mbybbbbxe. 

No. 8 in Il.i57.x7.a 
Spinnlied. Song. Kubckbn. Leichte Lieder. 

No. 3 in ■.944.6.3 
Spinnrocken, Der. Song. Donizbtti. Nuits d'6t^ i Pausi- 
lippe. No. IS in M.944^ 

Spirit of air. Song. Linlby, G. [Songs.] Vol. i. 

No. 15 in M.935.19.1 
Spirit of bliss. Part-song. Panb, J. No. 3 in M.936.9 

Spirit, The, of light. Song. Balfe. No. 18 in II.Z99.9.9 

Spirit of meekness. Anthsm. Bbbthovbr. No. 8 in M.99ai4 
Spirit of music Part-song. Taylob, W. F. No. 34 in M.X91.3 
Spirit* The, of my song. Song. Postbb, S. C. 

No. 18 in M.3804X.3 
Spirit of peace. Anthsm. Buffinton. Four hynms. 

No. 10 in Il.x9a9 
Spirit, The, of song. Part-song. Abt, F. No. a8 in if .X57.Z7.3 
Spirit, The, of the shell. Cantata. For the Music see Severn. 

For the Libbbtto see Wyman. 
Spirit of the woods. Part-song. Abt, F. No. ai in M.904.38 
Spirit of truth. Anikom. Gbbbish. No. 18 in M.903.95 

Spirit song. The. Song. Haydn, F. J. No. 27 in 11.935.t84 
Spirit's song, The. Clabkb-Whitpbld. No. ao in M.936.9 

SpiritiitiBchcB Trinklied. Part-song. Ribdbl, F. £. A 

No. I in ll.37a30 
Spirito^ Lo, di Dante. Cantata. For the Music see MabdlinL 

For the Libbbtto see Corsini 
Spirito santo, amore. Madrigal. Palbstbina. Werke. Band 
99. II.8040a.66.99 

SpiritBy advance. Part-song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 94 in M.157.19; etc 

SpiritUB sanctus replevit Motet. Palbstbina. Werke. Band 

6. II.8o4oa.66.6 

Spitta, Julius August Philipp. 

Johann Sebastian Bach. Leipzig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 

1873, 80. a V. if.113.3 

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music of Germany, 1685-1750. Translated by Clara Bell 

and J. A Fuller-Maitland. London. Novello, Ewer & 

Co. 1884, 85. 3 V. Portrait. Ii.134.9 

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du CoBTirivm mueieele su MOhlhatteeii im XVII. Jehrhandert. — 
BechluM. — Rtealdo ron Cepae and iciiie Oper „Die Zigetmerin." — 
Sperontet „SiiigciMle Muee an der PleiMe." — Zor Getchiehte des dent- 
eehcn HaaigcMnges im it. Jahriiundert. — Der deuttclie Minnerge- 
Mng. -^ Joliann Georg Kastnei^ — Xaver Sehnyder von Wartensee. — 
U^er Robert Sehonaons Scltflftea. — Ballade. 

Spontini in Berlin. [Berlin. 1878.] No. 10 in 11.9154 

Cvt from the, Deutacbe Kondaehav. 

Spitta, Julius August Philipp, editor. 

Fmdeuck II., the Great, of Prussia. Friedrichs des Grossen 

Musikalische Werke. II.317.9 

Spitta, Ludwig. 

Moses. Bin biblisches Oratorium. Ftir Chor, Solostimmen, 

Orchester (und Orgel ad lib.) von Max Bruch. 

1i.34x.14; etc 



Spitta, Philipp. See Spitta, Julius August Philipp. 
SpitsenUoepplerlied. Part-song. Hopp, J. No. 97 in IC.904.39 
Spitcenkioepplerlied. Song. Mair. No. 98 in ic.904.30 

Spitsentuchf Das, der Konigin. Opera. For the Music see 

Strauss, J. iSis-iSg^. For the Libbbtto see Bohnnann. 

Splendente Te, Dens. Anthem. Mozart. No. 4 in IC.936.98 

Splendor Patris. Anthem. Haydn, F. J. 10.96093^1 

Splendour, The, falls. Part-song. MACFAiiaKN, G. A 

No. 3 in IC.X95.1.9 

Spoffortli, Reginald. 

L'ape e la serpe. [Glee, a. t. t. a.] (In Clementi. Vocal 

harmony. 9d edition. Vol. 5, pp. 49-45.) 

No. 9 in 10.934.9.5; No. 9 in If .9354^5 

By Celiacs arbor. Glee [a. t. t. &]. (In Page. Festive 

harmony. Pp. 49-53*) No. 9 in 11.935.x x 

A collection of glees, compiled from [his] unpublished 

manuscripts by W. Hawes. London. Hawes. [1830.] 

lC.935.x5 
CotOenit. — Yetterdajl — O memoijl — WhUat I gase. — Go, yon 
may call It madneaa. — King-citp, daffodU and roee. — Mio ben, rieor- 
dati. — Ariae, my fair one. — Come, lore, aiace dme. — The garlanda 
lade. — Leaver wanton bee. «— Shepherd, aeck not wealth. — Sweet la 
the woodbine'a. — Baoehoa woold'at thon deign. — When tprigfatly 
yotttha. — See yon gay goldfinch. — If thoae who live. — Beauty ia 
but a Tain. — Good morrow. — Faiieat danghter of the day. — Fair 
dalfodlla. — Bnt when ahe apeaka. — Oft on the troobled ooean'a face 
— With roa e a and with myitlea crown'd. — Good night, good reit. — 
Bronte PIragmo e Sterope. — Winter ia paaL — While the madly raff- 
ing natlona. — Shall I waating In deapair. — Fair ia my lore. — Come. 
Anacreon. — Preaa the grape. — Wliat tho' her chceka. — Non cnro 
I'affetto. — Sweet peace. — Go, thon fond hearL — Ceaae yonr mulG. 

Come, bounteous May. [Glee, a. a. t. & a.] (In Boosey's 

Standard English glees. Vol. .1, pp. 151-156.) 

No. ;}8 in U.isj.7 
Alao to be found la Clementl'a Vocal harmony; Noreuo'a G l e e - fl y e. 

Hail smiling mom. [Glee, s. a. t. b.] (In Boosey's Standard 

English glees. Vol. i, pp. 40-44.) No. 9 in M.X57.7 

Alao to be found in Lealle'a CaaaeQ'a Choral muaic; Mualeal timea 
[Muaic); Norclio'a Glce-hlTc; Warren'i Coeka*a Hand-book of gteea; 
for A. T. T. B. in Dementi*! Vocal harmony; for t. t, b, b. In Oipheua 

glee Dooir. 

Hark! the goddess Diana. Hunting duet [s. s.]. (In Bland. 

The Ladies' collection. Vol. 5, pp. 486-488.) 

No. 120 in M^35.X7.5 
Health to my dear. Glee [s. a. t. &]. (In HuUah. The 

Singer's library, Secular. Pp. 81-84.) No. 18 in ll.x57.a 

Alao to be found [for a. a. a. a.] in Mualeal library; for a. t. r, a. 
In Norello'a Glee-UTe; Warren'a Cocka'a Hand-book of gleea. 

In this recess. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In Warren. Collection 
of catches. Vol. 4f PP* 344-349*) No. 105 in lf.990.9^ 

Marked you her eye? Glee [a. a. t. t. &]. (In Boosey's 

Standard English glees. Vol. i, pp. aoa-206.) 

No. 41 in 1I.X57.7 
Alao to be found in Mudcal timea [Muaic]; for a. a. a. in Muafcal 
library. 

My dear mistress had a heart. Glee for a. t. t. b. (In 
Boosey's Standard English glees. Vol. i, pp. 90-93.) 
Alao to be found in NoreUo'a Glee-hlTC. No. 18 in II.X57.7 

See, smiling from the rosy east. Glee [a. t. a.]. (In War- 
ren. Collection of catches. Vol. 5, pp. ioj-108.) 

No. 28 in If .290.9.5 

Sweet peace. Glee. (In Hullah. The Singer's library. 
Secular. Pp. ^12.) No. 30 in II.x57.a 

Tell me, fond youth. Round [for 4 voices]. (In Knyvett. 
A Collection of glees. P. 15.) No. 6 in ll.aao.6 

Where are those hours? Glee. (In Warren. Collection of 
catches. Vol. 5, pp. 81-87.) No. 22 in 11.290.9.5 

Why flows the muses' mournful tear? Glee [a. t. t. t. b.]. 
(In Warren. Collection of catches. Vol. 4> PP* 327-330.) 

No. loi in II.99a94 
Spohr, Ferdinand, editor. 

Spohr, L. Der Berggeist. M.x5X.X9 

Jessonda. M.X51.10 

Pietro von Abano. M.X5X.9 

Spohr, Louis. 

Der Alchymist. Romantische Oper in 3 Aufzugen [von 
Johann Pfeiffer]. In Musik gesetzt von Louis Spohr. 
Vollstandiger Klavier-Auszug von Ferd. Spohr. Berlin. 
Schlesinger. [1832.] li.974.30 



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[Alruna. Romantische Oper in 3 Aufzugen. Partitur.] 
Manuscript. [18^?] li.340.17 

As pants the hart. Anthem for 6 voices [s. s. A. a. t. b.]. 
Arranged [with accomp. for the pianoforte or organ] 
from the "Crucifixion" by James Stimpson. London. 
Novello. [ 1841 ?] No. 12 in M.&90.9.1 

Alto to be fottfid in Musical timci [Mofic]. 

Autobiography. Translated from the German. London. 
Longmans. 1865. 2 v. in i. M.io5.a3 

Azor & Zemira. See his Zemire und Azor. 

Das befreite Deutschland. [Cantata. Partitur.] Manu- 
script. [Cassel? x8i-?] M.243.29 

Der Berggeist. Romantische Oper [von Georg Doring]. 
In Musik gesetzt von L. Spohr. Vollstandiger Klavier- 
auszug von Ferdinand Spohr. Leipzig. Peters. [1866?] 

ll.151.1a 

Blessed are the dead. Quartet and chorus. [Accomp. for 
piano.] (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. i, 2.) 

No. I in ll.aQo.aa.2 

From hit The Ittt jttdgment Alto to be found in Muticu timet 
[Muticl. 

Calvary. "Des Heilands letzte Stunden." An oratorio 
composed by Louis Spohr. The English version by Ed- 
ward Taylor. , [Full score, with German and English 
words.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] M. 359.29 

Same. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Sacred Harmonic So> 
ciety. 1852. lf.a43.3x 

The Christian's prayer. A sacred cantata. The words 
translated from the German of A. Mahlmann by Edward 
Taylor. The music by Louis Spohr. The accomp. for the 
piano forte revised by Vincent Novello. London. Taylor. 
[185-?] No. 5 in II.a90.x5 

Concert-Ouverture im ernsten Styl. Op. 126. Partitur. 
Leipzig. Siegel & StoU. [1847?] No. 3 in ll.347.x4 

Concertos. Namely: 

[Concerto I, A moll. Op. i. For pianoforte alone.] No 
title-page. [180-?] No. i in 11.404.93 

[Concerto II, D moll. Op. 2. For violin and pianoforte.] 
No title-page. [180-?] No. 2 in 11.404.93 

Same. Beruhmte Violin Concerte, herausgegeben. von 
Ferd. D^vid. No. 2. Op. 2. [Mit Pianoforte Beglei- 
tung. Partitur und Violon-Stimme.] Leipzig. Peters. 
[187-?] No. I in lf.357.x1 

[Concerto III, C moll. Op. 7. For violin and piano- 
forte.] No title-page. [180-?] No. 3 in if .404.93 

[Concerto IV.] Violin Concert, 4tes, H moll. Op. 10. 
[Partitur.] Manuscript. [185-?] No. i in M. 3x2.37 

[Concerto V, £b.] Cinquiime Concerto pour le violon 
arrange avec accompagnement de piano par F. Her- 
mann. Op. 17. Leipzig. Peters. [185-?] 

No. 4 in M.404.93 

[Concerto VI, G moll.] Sixiime concerto pour le violon 
arrange avec accompagnement de piano par F. Her- 
mann. Op. 28. Leipzig. Peters. [185-^?] 

No. I in If .404.94 

[Concerto VII, E moll. Op. 38. For pianoforte and 
violin.] No title-page. [181-?] No. 2 in if 404.94 

Same. Violin-Concert, No. 7. [Mit Pianoforte-Beglei- 
tung. Leipzig. Peters. 188-?] No. 3 in if .357.x 

[Concerto VIII, A moll. Op. 47. For pianoforte and 
violin or flute.] No title-page. [x8i-?] No. 3 in if 404.94 

Same. Violin-Concert No. 8 in A moll (Gesangs-Scene). 
[Partitur.] Leipzig. Eulenburg. [189-?] 

No. 3 in lf4xaa.8 

Same. Violin-Concerte. Neue revidirte Ausgabe von 
Leopold Auer. No. 8. [Klavier-Auszug und Violin- 
Stimme.] Braunschweig. Litolff. [188-?] 

No. 2 in M.357.XX 

[Concerto IX, D moll. Op. 55.] Neuviime Concerto 
pour le violon avec accompagnement de piano. (Ar- 
rangement de J. B. Andr^.) Offenbach s. M. Andr6. 
[ 187-?] No. 4 in If 404.94 

[Concerto X, A moll. Op. 62. For pianoforte and 
violin.] No title-page. [188-?] No. i in M 404.95 



Spohr, Louis. (Continued.) 

[Concerto XL] G dur. Op. 70. Violin Concert, iites. 
[Partitur.] Manuscript. [184-?] lf.3xa.38 

[Concerto XII, A moll. Op. 79.] Concertino ou lae 
concerto pour le violon avec accompagnement de Tor- 
chestre ou de pianoforte. Avec piano. Berlin. Schle- 
singer. [182-?] No. 2 in M404.95 

[Concertino XIII, E dur. Op. 92. For pianoforte alone.] 
No title-page. [182-?] No. 3 in if 404.95 

[Concerto XIV, A moll. Op. no.] Sonst und Jetzt. 
Drittes Concertino fur die Violine mit Begleitung des 
Orchesters. No. 14 der Concerte. [Arrangement von 
Carl Czerny fiir Pianoforte allein.] Wien. Mechetti. 
[ 183- ?] No. 4 in M404.95 

[Concerto XV, E moll. Op. .12B. For pianoforte and 
violin.] No title-page. [182-?] No. 5 in M 404.95 

The cuckoo. Part-song for t. t. b. & (In The Orpheus. 
New series. Vol. 4, pp. 40-47.) No. 10 in lf.905.x04 

Deus pacis. Quartettino. [Accomp. for organ.] (In No- 
vello. Motetts. Vol. 2, book 11, p. 24.) 

No. 41 in lf.260.24.2 
Deux duos concertants pour deux violons. CEuv. 9. Leip- 
zig. Peters. [185-?] No. 2 in If .900.8 
Doppel-Quartett [D-moll] fur 4 Violinen, 2 Violen und 2 
Violoncelles. Op. 65. [Partitur.] Leipzig. [1886? Payne's 
Kleine Partitur- Ausgabe.] No. i in M.355.X4 
Same. Doppio quartet to in r^ min. [Violini, viole e violon- 
celli.] Op. 65. [Partitura.] Firenze. Guidi. [1864. 
Societi del quartetto di Firenze.] lf.946.3x 
Doppel-Quartett [Es-dur] fur 4 Violinen, 2 Violen und a 
Violoncelles. Op. 77. [Partitur.] Leipzig. [1886? Pajme's 
Kleine Partitur- Ausgabe.] No. 2 in If . 355.14 
Doppel-Quartett [E-moll] fur 4 Violinen, 2 Violen und 2 
Violoncelles. Op. 87. [Partitur.] Leipzig. [1886? Payne's 
Kleine Partitur-Ausgabe.] No, 3 in lf.355.x4 
Doppel-Quartett [G-moll] fur 4 Violinen, 2 Violen und 2 
Violoncelis. Op. 136. [Partitur.] Leipzig. [1886? Payne's 
Kleine Partitur-Ausgabe.] No. 4 in If .355.X4 
Double chant [in F]. Adapted by James Turle. (In Turle 
and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2, p. 305.) 

No. 75 in lf.xxx4.9 
Drei Duetten fur s. u. t., mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. 
Bonn. Simrock. [ 185-?] No. 19 in M.99X.90 

CoHitnit. — Liebetfrtgen. — Weohtelgettaff. — Uebc. 
3 grosse Duette fur zwei Violinen. Op. 148, 150, 153. Leip- 
zig. Peters. [185-?] No. 5-7 in lf.900.8 
Drei Psaimen nach Mendelssohn'scher Uebersetzung fur 2 
vierstimmige Chore mit eingemischten Solis. Partitur 
mit untergelegtem Clavierauszuge. Bonn. Simrock. 
[ 184-?] No. 2-n4 in lf.99X.x6 

Conttnts, — Uncndlicher Gott, unter Herri — Gott itt mein Hirt. — 
Aut der Tiefen ruP ieh Gott. 

£tudes pour le violon avec accomp. d'un second violon. 
Paris. Richault. [184-?] No. 35, 36 in M.90044 

The fall of Babylon. An oratorio. The English version by 
Edward Taylor. [Pianoforte score.] London. Taylor. 
[1842.] M.943.30 

[Faust.] Ouverture zur Oper: Faust, fur Orchester. Op. 
60. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [185-?] No. i in M .347.14 

Festmarsch, componirt zur Vermahlungsfeier Ihrer Ho- 
heiten der Prinzessin Marie von Hessen und des Herzogs 
Bernard von Sachsen-Meiningen. Partitur. Kassel. 
Voigt. [186-?] No. 4 in M .347.14 

From the deep I called. Anthem for double choir and 4 
solo voices. (Unaccompani4l.) (In Novello's Collection 
of anthems. Vol. 13, pp. 180-196.) No. 18 in lf.x95.9.x3 

Friihlingsorakel. [Mannerchor.] (In Orpheus. Band 5, 
PP- 5-9*) No. 152 in lf.X99a43.5 

Gebet vor der Schlacht. Gedicht fur Mannerstimmen com- 
ponirt. Ilfeld a. Harz. Fulda. [188-?] No. 21 in M. 903.90 

God thou art great. See his Hymne. 

Grand duo pour violon et viola. Op. 13. Leipzig. Peters. 
[185-?] No. 8 in lf.900.8 

Historische Symphonic. See his Sinfonien. 



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Spohr, Lottis. (ConHmud.) 

Holy, holy. Introit. For 8. a. t. & (/« Hullah. The 

Singer's library. Sacred. Pp. I39> 140.) 

No. 27a in 11.157.3 

"How lovely are Thy dwellings fair." Festival anthem. 

The vocal parts in score, the instrnmental adapted for 

the organ or pianoforte. London. Sorman. [184-?] 

No. 2 in M.s8o.3a; No. 3 in M.990.15 
Alto to be foond la Nofctlo't CoileetiiMi of aathcflaa. 

Der laBste Psalm, metrisch bearbeitet von M' Broadley mit 
dentscher Uebersetzung. Fur 4 Chor- und 4 Solo- 
Stimmen mit Begleitung der Orgel oder des Pianoforte 
componirt von L. Spohr. Bonn. Simrock. [186-?] 

No. 4 in II.s8o.ia 

Same. "O bless'd for ever." The version by C. B. Broadley, 
of the ia8. Psalm. Set to music by Louis Spohr. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] London. Whitttngham. [185-?] 

No. 3 in M.s8o.3a 

Hymn to S* Cecilia, for s. and chorus. [Accomp. for 
piano.] London. Ewer & Co. [185-?] No. i in M.a9ax5 

Hymne [Gott, du bist gross I] von J. F. Rohdmann. Fur 4 
Chor- und 4 Solo-Stimmen und grosses Orchester in 
Musik gesetzt von Louis Spohr. Partitur. Op. 98. Bonn. 
Simrock. [ 184-?] No. 2 in ll.ax9.a 

Same. God, Thou art great. A sacred cantata for 4 voices. 
The English translation [from the German of J. P. Rohd- 
mann] by Morley Chubb. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] 
London. Novello. [184:-?] No. 2 in M.S9Q.X5 

Same. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 3 in lf.x54.x9 

Irdisches und Gottliches im Menschenleben. See his Sinfo- 
nien. 

Jahreszciten, Die. See his Sinfonien. 

Jehovah, Lord God of hosts I The 8th Psalm. The words 
adapted by F. W. Rosier. Composed for 4 solo voices 
and a double chorus, without accomp. [Accomp, for 
pianoforte or organ ad lib.] London. Ewer & Co. [185-?] 

No. 4 in M.290.15 

Jessonda. Oper in 3 Akten [von Gehe. In Musik gesetzt] 
von Louis Spohr. Herausgegeben von Gustav F. Kogel. 
[Partitur.] Leipzig. Peters. [1875?] M45a.x8 

Same. Vollstandiger Klavierauszug von Ferdinand Spohr. 
Leipzig. Peters. [182-?] Il.x5x.x0 

Same. Der Text von £. Gehe. The English by W. Bar- 
tholomew. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Ewer & 
Co. [185-?] M.a74.3x 

Same. Ouverture zur Oper: Jessonda fur Orchester. Op. 
63. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [185-?] No. 2 inlC.347.x4 

Jesu fili Marie Terzetto, s. s. a. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, pp. 80^3.) 

No. 25 in lC.a6o.x7.9 

Same. Jesus, heavenly Master [s. s. a. Accomp. for piano- 
forte]. (In Novello's Collection of trios, etc. Vol. 2, 
pp. 42-^61) No. 6 in ic.204.36.2 

Das jungste Gerichte. Oratorium in 3 Abtheilungen von 
Arnold. In Musik gesetzt von L. Spohr. [Partitur.] 
Manuscript. [1812?] 3 v. ll.243.a8 

Die Kreuzfahrer. Grosse Oper in 3 Acten, bearbeitet nach 
Kotzebue's Schauspiel. In Musik gesetzt von Louis 
Spohr. Vollstandiger Clavierauszug. Hamburg. Schu- 
berth & Co. [185-?] II.a74.a8 

Kriegeslust ergeben. Aric [bar., mit Pianofortebegleitung]. 
(In Arien- Album. Band i, pp. 154-159.) No. 4 in if .204.37 
From Jcfconnft. 

Die letzten Dinge. The last judgment. An oratorio. 

Newly arranged by Vincent Novello. [Accomp. for 

piano.] London. Novello. N. d. No. i in Il.xx0.x7 

Same. The last judgment (Die letzten Dinge). An oratorio. 

The English version by Edward Taylor. Full score. 

London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1881.] Il.a43.26 

Same. [Pianoforte score.] lC.243.a7 

Das Lied. [Mannerchor.] (In Das Rutli. Pp. 190, 191.) 

No. 77 in IC.X474 
Love and courage. A four-part song [t. t. b. b.]. (In The 

Orpheus. New series. Vol. 5, pp. 82-87.) 

No. 18 in lC.205.xa5 



Spohr, Louis. (Continued.) 

Messe [in C] fuer 5 Solostimmen und 2 fuenfstimmige 
Choere. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [1827?] IC.22242 

Nonett [F-dur] fur Violine, Viola, Violoncell, Kontrabass, 
Flote, Oboe, Klarinette, Horn und Fagott. Op. 31* [Par- 
titur.] Leipzig. [1884? Payne's Kleine Partitur-Aus- 
gabe.] ^ No. 6 in lC.355.x4 

Same. Nonetto pour deux violons, alto, violoncelle, contra- 
basse, flute, hautbois, clarinette, basson et cor. CEuvre 
31. [Partition.] Manuscript. [183-?] lC.3xfl.a8 

Nottumo fur Harmonic- und Janitscharen-Musik. Op. 34. 
Neue Auflage. Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [185-?] 

No. 5 in lC*34fl-45 

O bless'd forever. See his Der I28ste Psalm. 

O Bone Pastor. Solo &. chorus for 5 s. voices. [Accomp. 

for organ.] (In Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, pp. 

8-1 1.) • No. 3 in 1c.260.x7.fl 

O Salutaris Hostia. Trio [s. s. s. Accomp. for organ]. 

(In Novello. Convent music. Vol. i, pp. 138, 139.) 

No. 23 in lC.fl6ax7.x 
« Octett [£-dur] fur Violine, 2 Violen, Violoncell, Klarinette, 
2 Horner und Kontrabass. Op. 32. [Partitur.] Leipzig. 
[1886? Payne's Kleine Partitur- Ausgabe.] 

No. 5 in lC.355.x4 

Same. Ottetto pour violon, 2 altos, violoncelle, clarinette, 

2 cors et contrabasse. CEuv. 32. Partition. Manuscript. 

Paris. Richault. [182-?] No. i in ic.356.26 

O'er moor and mountain. Part-song for t. t. & & (In The 

Orpheus. New series. Vol. 3, pp. 8-11.) 

No. 3 in IC.205.XO.3 
Pietro von Abano. Romantische Oper [von Carl Pfetffer]. 
In Musik gesetzt von L. Spohr. Vollstandiger Klavier- 
auszug von Ferdinand Spohr. Berlin. Schlesinger. 
[1827?] IC.X5X.9 

Pot-pourri pour le violon avec accomp. de I'orchestre. 
Original-Partitur. Manuscript. [183-?] lC.3x9.fl9 

[Quartette.] Namdy: 
String quartetts. (2 violins, viola & violoncello.) No. 
1-34. Scores made from the parts by Allen A. Brown. 
Manuscript. 1894-98. 34 parts in 8 v. lC.337.x5 

Cont0nis, ^ I. No. 1-5. «. No. 6-10. s« No. 11-14. 4* ^o, 15-18. 5. 
No. i^ai. S. No. ss-^s. 7. Mo. «6-J9. S. No. 30-34. 

Ouatuor[8] pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle. No. 
1-26. CEuv. 4, ii» iS» 27, 29, 30, 43, 4S» 58. 61, 68, 74, 83, 
84. [Parties s6par6es.] Paris. Richault. [184-?] 104 
parts in 4 v. No. 1-26 in 1C.2004 

Trois quatuors poiir deux violons, alto et violoncelle. 
CEuvre 29. Nouvelle Edition. [Parties s^par^s.] Vienne. 
Haslinger. [ 185-?] No. 12 in lc.axx.2.x-4 

Trois quatuors pour 2 violons, viola et violoncelle. Op. 
74. Manuscript. [186-?] No. 2 in IC.3xa.9 

Grand quatuor [6e] pour deux violons, alto et violon- 
celle. CEuvre 27. Nouvelle Edition. [Parties s6par6e8.] 
Vienne. Haslinger. [1848?] No. 11 in lC.flxx.9.x-4 

Quartett, Xtes, ftir 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncelle. 30. 
Werke. [Stimmen.] Wien. Haslinger. [1838?] 

No. 15 in lC.axx.2.x-4 

Quatuor brillant, no. 11. [Pour deux violons, alto et 
violoncelle.] Op. 43. [Partition.] Manuscript. 1895, 
96. No. 2 in ic.338.x3 

Made by Allen A. Brown. 
[Quintette.] Namely: 

Grand quintetto pour deux violons, deux altos et violon- 
celle. No. I [-5]. CBuvre 33, 34, 69. [Parties s^par^es.] 
Paris. Richault. [184-?] No. 27-31 in IC.2004 

Same. Quintuor, 2e, pour 2 violons, 2 altos et un violon- 
celle. [Partition.] Manuscript. Paris. Richault. [183-?] 

No. 2 in IC.356.26 

Grosses Quintett. Fiir Pianoforte, zwei Violinen, Viola 
und Violoncell. Op. 130. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Schu- 
berth & Co. [188-?] No.7inlC.9xx.5.fl 

Same. [Parties.] No. 17 in IC.2XX.6.X-4 

Rastlose Liebe. [Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. Pp. 43-^6.) No. 37 in 1C.2X34) 

Abo to be found in Oiphena. 



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Spohr, Louis. (Continued.) 
Simmtliche Duette fur zwei Violinen, revidirt von Perd. 
David. [No. 3.] Op. J9« [Parties s6par6es.] Leipzig. 
Peters. [ 18&-?] No, 3 in 11.357.x i 

Same. Trois grands duos pour deux violons. [No. 3.] 
(£uv. 39. Leipzig. Peters. [186-?] No. 3 in 11.900.8 

[Scena and aria, bar. Op. 71. Witti orchestral accompani- 
ment.] Manuscript. [ 182-?] No. 2 in lC.3za.37 
No wocds. 
Septett ftir Pianoforte, Plote, Clarinette, Horn, Pagott, 
Violine und Violoncell. Op. 147. Partitur. Leipzig. 
Peters. [1853?] No. i in ll.347.z7 
The shades of night are flying. Trio [s. s. a.] from "Zemira 
and Azor." [Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Novello's Col- 
lection of trios, etc. Vol. 2, pp. 89-101.) 

No. 13 in 11.204.36.2 
Si, lo sento. Cavatina [s.] from Faust. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] (In Musical library. Vol. 4, pp. 11-13.) 

No. 5 in lC.235«z84 
[Sinfonien.] Namely: 
[Sinfonia, no. 2, D moll. Op. 49. Partitura.] Manu- 
script. [182-?] lC.356.a5 
Sinfonie, 3e [C moll], i grand orchestre. Op. 78. Par- 
tition. Manuscript. [185-?] lC.3z2.22 
[Sinfonie, 4e, P dur.] Die Weihe der Tone. Characte- 
ristisches Tongemalde in Porm einer Sinfonie, nach 
einem Gedicht von Carl Pfeiffer componirt. 86t«s Werk. 
Partitur. Wien. Haslinger. [184-?] ^-34347 
Sinfonie, se (in C moll), fur das Orchester. [Op. 102.] 
Partitur. Wien. Haslinger. [1839.] ic.34246 
[Sinfonie, 6e, G dur.] Historische Symphonic, im Styl 
und Geschmack vier verschiedener Zeitabschnitte. 
ii6tes Werk. Partitur. Wien. Mechetti. [184-?] 

No. 4 in IC.34245 

[Sinfonie, 7e, C dur.] Irdisches und Gottliches im 

Menschenleben. Doppel-Symphonie fur 2 Orchester. 

Op. 121. Partitur. Hamburg. Schuberth & Co. [1842?] 

lC.33z.3z 

Sinfonie N^ 8 [G moll] fur grosses Orchester. Op. 137. 

Partitur. Leipzig. Peters. [185-?] ■.347.Z6 

[Sinfonie, 9e, H moll.] Die Jahreszeiten. Sinfonie fur 

grosses Orchester. I43tes Werk. Partitur. Leipzig. 

Schuberth & Co. [185-?] lC.347.z5 

Sonst und jetzt. See his Concertos. 

Still confiding. Duet [s. b.], from Paust. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] (In Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 46-49.) 

No. 19 in lC.a35.z8.a 
Summer bringeth buds. [Trio, s. s. A. Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] 

No. 12 in lC.244.zo.a 
Tantum ergo. Quartette. Latin and English. [Accomp. 
for organ.] Boston. Tolman & Co. 1867. 

No. 20 in lC.a6o.zo.7 

Tantum ergo. Quartett and chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Dietsch. Repertoire de musique religieuse. Pp. 104, 

105.) No. 22 in ic.260.20 

Alao to be found in NorcUo'i Motetts. 

Thee, Lord, our King. Hymn, s. a. or s. t. b. [Organ 
accomp.] (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 
84, 85.) No. 29a in IC.290.22.Z 

Trio concertant pour pianoforte, violon et violoncelle [ire- 
5«n«. Partitur et parties]. Op. 119, 123, 124, 133, 142. 
Leipzig. Schuberth & Co. [i83-?-i84-?] 3 v. ic.353.z8 

Trois duos concertants pour deux violons. Op. 3. Leipzig. 
Peters. [185-?] 2 v. No. i in IC.200.8 

Trois duos concertans pour deux violons. Op. 67. Leipzig. 
Peters. [187-?] 2 v. No. 4 in ic.aoo.8 

The 24th Psalm. The earth is the Lord's. Composed by 
L. Spohr. Adapted to the English version by W. T. Free- 
mantle. Revised by S. S. Wesley. [Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [186-?] 

No. 3 in lC.z55.2a; No. 3 in lC.204.z4 

Same. [185-.] No. 3 in ic.z9a.a0 

Verlust. [Lied, s. o. t., mit Pianofortebegleitung.] (In 
Weber-Album. Pp. 24-27.) No. 9 in ic.244.z7 



Spohr, Louis. (Continued,) 

Wechsel des Gliicks (Cantatine zum silbemen Hochzeits- 
feste), fur Sopran-Solo und gemischten Chor mit vier- 
handiger Clavierbegleitung. Lepizig. Rieter-Biedermann. 
1887. No. 4 in ic.39z.58 

Weihe, Die, der Tone. See his Sinfonien. 

What makes this poor bosom. Song [s. Accomp. for 
pianoforte]. (In Musical library. VoL 4, pp. 61-63.) 

No. 2, 21 in lC.235.z84 

Zemire und Azor. Oper in 2 Acten von L. Spohr. [Dich- 
tung nach Marmontel. Partitur.] Manuscript. [182-?] 
2 V. ic.z52.3z 

Same. Neu bearbeitet von Ihl^ Im vollstindigen Clavier- 
Auszuge von J. F. Schwencke. Hamburg. Cranz. [z82-?] 

lC.z5z.zz 

Same. Azor & Zemira, or the magic rose. Adapted for the 
English stage by Sir George Smart, with accomp. for the 
piano forte. London. Goulding & D'Almaine. [z82-?] 

IC.974.29 

Der Zweikampf mit der Geliebten. Oper in 3 Aufziigen 

von Louis Spohr. [Text von J. F. Schink.] Im voll- 

standigen Clavier Auszuge. Hamburg. Bohme. [i8zi?] 

lC.350.z7 
Spohr, Louis. Works about. 

Ebses, J. J. H. Spohr und Hal^vy und die neueste Kirchen- 

und Opern-Musik. Breslau. 1837. No. 2 in ICZ47.3.Z 

Nbumann, W. Ludwig Spohr. Eine Biographte. CasseL 

1854. Portrait. No. 4 in IC.205.23 

Schwab, F. A. The influence of Louis Spohr. lUus. Por- 
traits. (In The music of the modern world. Vol. z, pp. 

62-65. New York. [1895.]) IC.Z4.Z.Z 

Spoils, The, of the field. Glee. See Evening, The, of the 

chase. 
Sponaa quid agis. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 

II. MJBoioeL6j.it 

Spontini, Bartolommeo. 
The joyous birds. Madrigal. (In Hullah. Part music 

Secular. Vol. 2, pp. 1-5.) No. i in M.Z57.28.2 

Spontini, Gasparo Luigi Pacifico. 
L'adieu. Romance [s. ou t. Accomp. de piano]. (In 

Recueil de romances. Livr. i, pp. 4, 5.) No. 26 in lC.22z.30 
Borussia. Preussischer Volksgesang fur vollst&ndige 

Turkische-Musik mit Hinzufugung der Streich-Instru- 

mente in Partitur. Berlin. Schlesinger. [183-?] 

No. 6 in IC.342.38 
Fernand Cortez, ou la conquete du M^ique. TragMie 

lyrique en 3 actes, de MM. Jouy et Esm6nard. Mise en 

musique par G. Spontini. [Partition.] Paris. £rard. 

[181 7.] 2 V. M.274.33 

Same. Ferdinand Cortez, oder die Eroberung von Mexico. 

Oper in 3 Acten. Text von de Jouy [und Esm^nard]. 

Deutsche Uebersetzung vom Kriegsrath May. Musik vom 

Ritter Spontini, arrangirt fur das Pianoforte von Fr. 

Naue. Leipzig. Hofmeister. [183-?] M.284.5 

La finta filosofa. [Dramma giocoso in 2 attl Partitura.] 

Manuscript. [Paris. 180-?] 2 v. lC.402b.z2 

Grosses Sieges- und Festmarsch fiir vollstandige Turkische- 

Militair- Musik, mit Hinzufugung der Streich-Instru- 

mente. [Partitur.] Berlin. Schlesinger. [183-?] 

No. 5 in IC.342.38 
Julie, ou le pot de fleurs. Op6ra en i acte de M' A, Jars, 

Mis en musique par Gaspard Spontini. [Partition.] Paris. 

firard. [1805.] IC.284.3 

Lalla Rukh. Festspiel mit Tanzen und Marschen. [Text 

nach T. Moore.] Klavier-Auszug. Berlin. Schlesinger. 

[1821.] lC.35az6 

Same. [Marsch aus dem Festspiel: Lalla Riikh. Ftir Or- 
chester. Partitur. Berlin? Schlesinger? 1821?] 

No. 2 in IC4ZZ.54 
Milton. Op^ra en i acte de Joui et Dieulafoi. Mis en 

musique par Gaspard Spontini. [ Partition.] Paris. £rard. 

[1804.] IC.274.32 

Nurmahal, oder das Rosenfest von Caschmir. Lyrisches 

Drama in 2 Abtheilungen [von C. A. Herklotz]. In Musik 



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8poDtiiii» Gasparo Luigi Paciftco. (ConHnmid.) 

gesetzt vom Ritter Spontini. Votlstandiger Klavieraua- 
zug. Berlin. Schlesinger. [1823.] M.a84^ 

OHmpia. Grosse Oper in 3 Acten [von Brtfaut und Dicula- 
foy]. In Muaik gesetzt vom Ritter Spontini. Im voll- 
standigen Klavierauszuge mit deutschem und franzd- 
sischem Texte. Berlin. Schlesinger. [1823.] uM^ 
[La vestale. Tragedia lirica in 3 atti di Jouy [pseud.]. 
Mttsica di SpontinL Partitura. Firenze. Guidi. 1876.] 
2 Y. 1C-355*I5 

The title-|Mis« !• niMiaa. 

Same. La vestale. Trag^ie lyrique en 3 actes de M' 

de Jouy [pseud.]. Mise en musique par Gaspard 

SpontinL [Partition.] Paris. £rard. [1807.] 2 v. 

M.984.1 
Same. Die Vestaltnn. Vollstindiger Klavierauszug von 

Fried. Schneider. Leipzig. Peters. [184-?] M. 151.13 
Same. La vestale. [Ouvertura. Partitura.] Firenze. 

GuidL [ 188-?] No. 5 in M.35S.8 

Spontini, Gasparo Luigi Pacifico. Works aboui. 
Neumann, W. Gasparo Spontini. Eine Biographie. 

Cassel. 1855. Portrait. No. 5 in M.SK>5.a3 

Robot, C Gasparo Luigi Pacifico Spontini. Eine 

biographtsche Skizze. Berlin. 1883. M.104.37 

RocHXTTB, D. R. Notice historique sur la vie et les 

ouvrages de M. Spontini. Paris. 1852. No. 4 in if .214.1 
Spitta, J. A. P. Spontini in Berlin. [Berlin. 1878.] 

Cot fron DeutMhe Raadtchao. No. 10 in M.aZ5.4 

SpoDtone, Bartolommeo. 
The joyous birds. Madrigal (In HuUah. Part music. 
Secular. Vol. 2, pp. 1-5.) No. i in M .157JA2 

Sporck, Ferdinand Johann Josef Paul, Graf, 
Ingwelde. Dichtung. Musik von Max Schillings. II.a26.z6 
Der Pfeifertag. Heitere Oper. Musik von Max Schil- 
lings. M.397.S8 
Siwitri Dichtung. Musik von Herman Zumpe. 

No. 2 in 11.389.73 
Sporck, Georges. 
Fantaisie-Caprice pour harpe chromatique avec acct. d' 
orchestre. Partition. Paris. Auteur. [1903.] 

No. 3 in M4za53 
Ugende pour saxophone alto (ou cor anglais) et or- 
chestre. Partition. Paris. Demets. 1905. 

No. I in M410.94 
Sportive little trifler. GUe. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 37 in M.Z57.I9; etc 
Sportsnuii'a evening song. Sang. Rbichaedt, J. F. 

No. 7 in il.2Z2^z.z 
Spoea, La, d'Abido. Opira. For the Music see PerussinL 
Spoaa, La, del Tirolo. Optra. For the Music see Quglielmi, 

P. C. 
Spoea fedele, La. Opera. For the Music see PadnL For 

the LiBaKTTo see RoaaL 
Spoen promessa. La, del falconiere. Opera. For the Music see 

Marechaer, H. A. For the Liaanro see Wohlbrueck. 
Spoeo burlato, Lo. Opera, For the Music see Picdnni, N. 
Spoeo delnao, Lo. Opera. For the Music see Mosart 
Spoeo disperato, Lo. Opera. For the Music see Anfosd. 
Spoeo, Timante. Duei. Anpossl No. i in II.z20.17 

Spothy Edward. 
Mass in E flat, for 4 voices with organ accomp. Cincin- 
nati Peters. 1863. No. 5 in M. 222.27 
Spoth, Edward, ediicr. 

ScHMiD, F. X. Mass in E flat. No. 3 in 11.380.2 

Sprache, Die, der Liebe. Part-song. 

Ono, E. J. Ernst und Scherz. No. 2 in M.39a.2o 

Spniche der Liebe. Song. 

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 4. 11.317.1.204 

Sprague^ Charles James. 

The Chickering collection of four part songs for male 

voices. Words by Charles J. Sprague. Vol. i, 2. Score 

and separate parts. Boston. Koppitz, Prtifer & Co. 

1869, 73. 10 V. in s* M.39a.48 

Sprague^ Charles James, translator. 

Apollo, The. A collection of part songs for male voices. 



Spragne, Charles James, translator. (Contkmid.) 

English words by C J. Sprague. ll.384.ze 

BaucH. The birches and the alders. No. 2 in ll.Z54^6 

R0S8INL Les soirees musicales. No. 1-12 in M.28045 

Sprague, N. B. 
Asleep in Jesus. [Part song, t. t. & & Boston. Russell. 



No. 22 in M.203.eo 

voices. [Boston.] 

No. 48 in M.392.25 

Boston. Russell. 

No. 52 in Il.z58.z9 



1888.] 
A catastrophe. [Part song.] Male 

Russell. 1888. 
Lovely daisy. [Part song, s. s. a. a.] 
[1888.] 
Sprange, W. £. 
The new barmaid. Musical play. Written by Frederick 
Bowyer and W. £. Sprange. Music by John Crook. 

M.397.21 
Sprato, Robert, translator. 
Rubinstein. Ftinf Fabeln von Kriloff. No. 14 in M.Z92.5 

Die Nixe. No. i in M.35Z.26 

Spricht man dir von Liebe. Part-song. Rbinbckk, C H. C. 
Sechs altf ranzosische Volkalieder. No. 18 in M.392.2Z 

Spring, Charles. 
Benedic anima mea. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Boston. 



No. 2 in M.Z90.8 
No. 7 in II.Z95.Z.5 
No. 16 in 11.204.364 
No. II inM.204.36.7 
No. 4 in II.Z9S.Z J 
No. 12 in M.235.Z3.1 
No. 14 in M.204.3C.7 



Tolman & Co. 1867. 
Spring. Part-song. Macpabixn, W. C 
Sauson, L 
Sblby. 

SUAET, H. 

Wbbbb, S. Selection of glees. VoL i. 

WUBBIST, R. F. 

Spring advancing. Song. 

Mbndklssohn-Baitholdy, J. L F. Songs. No. 18 in M.244^z 
Spring, The, again rejoices. Part-song. Dubrknul 

No. 24 in M.39248.Z 
Spring and love. Part-song. Hbbbbck, J. F. No. 6 in M.204.38 
Spring chicken. The. Opera. For the Music see TiUdna. 

For the Libbbtto see Qroeemitfa. 
Spring evening. Part-song. Abt, F. 
Spring eyes. Part-song. Sbipbbt, R. 
Spring faith. Part-song. 

Franz, R. 6 songs for mixed voices. 
Spring in the land. Part-song. Rafp. 
Spring is come. Part-song. Buck, D. 

Mbndblssohn-Bartholdy, J. L P. 
Spring morning, A. Part-song. Abt, F. 
Spring night. Part-song. Fischbb, C. L 
Spring questions. Part-song. Wbinzibbl. 



No. 34 in M.39248.Z 
No. 10 in 11.39248.2 

No. II inM.2704 
No. 8 in 11.204.364 
No. 3 in II.392.6 
No. 10 in II.244.2e 
No. 9 in M.204^3 
No. 2 in M.39248.Z 
Lenzfrage. 
No. 58 in M.392.24 
Spring returns. Madrigal. Mabbnzio. No. 18 in If.i9s.z.z4; etc 



Pbabsall. 
Spring song. Part-song. 
Chadwick, G. W. 
Hatton, J. L 
Mbndblssohn-Babtholdy, J. L F. 



No. 13 in M.Z9S.Z.Z0 

No. 35 in II.z58.z4 
No. 21 in M.Z2Z.3; etc 
Quartetts. 

No. 23 in If .244^2 
No. 35 in M.Z57.23; etc * 
No. 3 in M.392.23 
No. 2 in M.ZS64; ^c 



PiNSUTI. 

Santnbb. 

Smart, H. 
Spring-song, A. Song. Mbndblssohn-Babtholdy, J. L F. 

No. 43 in 11.235.Z8.3; etc 
Spring, the sweet spring. Part-song. Hatton. No. i in M.z95.z.z3 
Spring voices. Part-song. Rbay. No.8inM«Z58.23;etc 

Spring, ye flow'rets. Part-song. Hatton. No. is in if.205.zaz 
Spring's approach. Part-song. Egbbton. No. 21 in lf.Z95.z«Z3 
Spring'a awaking. Part-song. Abt, F. No. 10 in M.z9S.z.Z2 
Spring's delights. Glee. Mubllbb,A.E. No. 25 in lf.z 57.25; etc 
Spring'a faith. Part-song. Fbanz, R. No. 4 in lf.Z95.z.ze 

Spring'a return. Part-song. Smabt, H. No. 32 in M.Z57.Z 

Spickeb. Neuer Fruhling. No. 15 in M.392.24 

Wbbbb, C. M. F. £. von. No. 22 in M.3924S.e 

Spring'a warning. Part-song. Attbnhopbb. 

No. 33 in M.392^; etc 
Springer, W. A. 

Our nation's struggle. A patriotic allegory. Illustrated by 
Fred A. Springer. Tableaux and camp scenes. Boston. 
White, Smith & Co. [1885.] No. 6 in M.Z30.8 



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Springqudl* Der, von Bachtschissarai. Cantata. For the 

Music see ArenskL For the Librbtto see Pushkin. 
Springtans. Sang. Habtmamn, J. P. E. Nordische Volks- 
taenze. N0.4inlf.34x4 

Springtime. Cantata. For the Music see Abt, F. For the 

Libretto see Ozenford. 
Springtime. Part-song. Kbsutzbb, C. No. ao in if .905.Z04; etc. 
MacDowxll. Drei Lieder. Op. 27. No. 33 in if .392.16 

Marshall, W. G. No. 38 in II.13Z.3 

MoscHBLBs, I., editor. Tyrolese melodies. Vol. i. 

No. 4 in If .a44.a4.z 

Sproede^ Die. Song. Brahms. Lieder und Gesange. Op. 

58, Heft I. No. 2 in M.38o40.a 

Spruch. Dwt. Schumann, R. A Werke. Serie 10, Band 2. 

M.3x6.i.zaa 

Spruch. Part-song. Schumann, R. A Drei Lieder fur 3 

Frauenstimmen. No. 3 in M.a8a49 

SquirCf William Barclay. 

Callirhoe: a legend of Calydon. A dramatic cantata. 

Music by J. F. Bridge. No. i in M.154.30 

Der verschleierte Prophet. The veiled prophet. Grosse 

Open Musik von C. Villiers SUnford. M.323.5 

Squirrel, The. Glee. Smart, G. T. Collection of glees. 

No. 3 in M.235.8 
Stik ben' allerta. Ballad. Ricci, P. Soirees de Vienne. 

No. 7 in M.244.Z8 

Staab, Adalbert. 

Erste Nachtigall. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber. Sangeshort. 

Heft 2, pp. 56, 57.) No. 2 in M.370.30 

Waldbachlein. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber. Sangeshort. 

Heft 2, pp. 60, 61.) No. 2 in M.37o.3o 

Waldeinsamkeit. [Mannerchor.] (In Gruber . Sangeshort. 

Heft 2, pp. 58, 59.) No. 2 in M.37a30 

Waldeinsamkeit. [Minnerchor.] (In Gruber. Sangeshort. 

Heft 2, pp. 59> 60.) No. 2 in M.370.30 

Stabat Mater. (Gregorian.) [Accomp. for organ.] (In Lntz. 

Motets for the year. No. 57. Pp. 276-279.) 

No. 57 in M.Z56.50 

Stabat Mater. Anthem. Abos. No. 18 in M.290.29.5 

BoccHBRiNi, L No. 6 in M.290.294 

BOUTBILLEB. No. 5 iu M.I2ai8 

Caffaro. No. 17 in M.290.29.3 

Clari. No. 3 in M.333.a6.9 

Fago. M.a6o.a3.i 

Fbrnandbz db Monge. No. i in M.I58.38 

Haydn, F. J. No. i in M.29o.a9.4 

HBLLi. Les 6chos sacr6s. No. 5 in M.aoz.39 

JuviN. No. 10 in M.aoz.33 

Lbsubur. Recueil de morceaux sacr^a. M.aoi.29 

Nanino. No. 25 in M.aoa.6.i 

NovBLLo, V. Convent music. No. 41 in M.26o.z7.a 

Palbstrina. No. 23 in M.i58.3a; etc. 

Ravalu. No. 6 in M.2aa45 

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 14, No. 12. 

No. 12 in M.3Z7.1.Z4 

TuMA. No. 2 in M.aa347 

Wbbbb, S. No. 19 in M.156.S0 

Winter, P. von. M.36aa3.a 

Stabat Mater. Cantata. Bblu. No. 2 in M.z9i.a 

Reynaud. No. 2 in M. 156.33 

Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 14, No. 13. 

No. 13 in M.317.Z.14 

Stabat Mater. For pianoforte. Rossinl No. 18 in M.sgaiS 

Stabat Mater. Oratorio. Astorga. No. i in M.353.ao; etc. 

Bourgault-Ducoudray. No. 2 in M.305.20 

Dvo&Ak. No. i in M.154.54 

Ellbrton. No. 2 in M.a6a3i 

Fry, W. H. M.a5az5 

Gounod. No. 3 in M.202.16 

GouvY. No. 3 in M.155.Z3 

Grafpigna. No. 4 in M.aoa.z6 

Haydn, F. J. No. i in M.350.20; etc. 

Henschel, G. No. i in M.384.3a 

Leopold I., Emperor of Germany, No. 6 in M.193.16 



SUbat Mater. Oratorio. (Continued.) 
Lvov. 
Maistrb. 
Neldy. 

Nicou-Choron, S. L 
Paladilhe. 
Pergolesi. 
Rheinbbrger, J. G. 
Rossini. 
Salvayrb. 
Valenti. 



No. I in M.Z56.33 
No. 2 in M.2oa.30 
No. I in M.aoz.39 
No. 2 in M4Z5.30 
No. 3 in M.zao.a8; etc 
No. 7 in ■.221.34; etc 

No. 3 in M.Z56.33 
No. I in li.158.3z 



Stabunt justi. Motet. Lassus. Simmtliche Werke. Band 7. 

lL8o4oaj67.7 
Sude. Priedrich Wilhelm. 
Friihlingsreigen. [Mannerchor.] Leipsig. Porberg. [1869?] 

No. 50 in ■•392.25 
Lebewohl. [Minnerchor.] Leipzig. Forberg. [1869?] 

No. 49 in M.39a.a5 

Sude. Wilhelm. See Sude, Friedrich Wilhelm. 

Stadler, Maximilian. 

Ave Regina, for 4 voices. [Accomp. for organ.] (In No- 

vello. Evening service. Vol. 2, pp. 337-339.) M.960.23.1 

Die Befreyung von Jerusalem. Grosses Oratorium in 2 

Abtheilungen. Gedichtet von Heinrich und Matthcus 

Collin. Musik von Maximilian Stadler. [ Parti tur.] Wien. 

Steiner & Co. [1816?] li.243.3a 

Lord, save Thy people. Motet. The P. F. accomp. by the 

editor. (In Hullah. The Singer's library. Sacred. Pp. 

13-20.) No. 31 in ■.Z57.3 

Stadlmayr, Johann. 

Hymnen. Herausgegeben von Johannes Ev. Habert. Wien. 

Artaria & Co. 1896. [Denkmaler der Tonkunst in Oster- 

reich. Band 3, Theil i.] No. 3 in ■4Z4.3 

Stadt, Die. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 20, Band 9. 

■.3Z7.Z.20.9 
Staeger, Alexander. 
Traumkonig und sein Lieb. Dichtung von E. Geibet. 
Componirt fiir Mannerchor und Solostimmen mit Beglei- 
tung des Pianoforte von Alexander Staeger. Op. 4. Leip- 
zig. Forberg. [1886.] No. 3 in M.2za.z7 
Staehleme Schloss, Das. Opera. For the Music see Perger. 

For the Libretto see Baumbach. R« 
Staendchen. Part-song. Adam, C F. No. 5 in M«Z99a43.9 

Bauer, O. No. 37 in li.39a.2 

Bbschnitt. 6 Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 35. 

No. 12 in M.39a.35 
BoBNiCKE. No. 37 in ■.392.43.4 

Debois. No. 29 in M.39a.6 

EcKBR. No. 138 in M.147.4 

EisBNHOFBR. No. 90 iu li.za9&43.3 

EssBR. No. 48 in M.2Z3.9 

Fesca, a. E. No. 56 in M.39a.7 

Fischer, C. L Drei Quartetten. Op. 9. No. 60 in M.399.7 
Grotb. Vier Mannerquartette. No. 40 in M.39a.8 

Jubngst. No. 37 in li.392.za 

Kistler. Drei Mannerchore. Op. 34. No. 21 in M.392.36 
Kobllner. No. 17 in M.ao3.z5 

Kron. No. I in M.39a.Z5 

Krug, a. Fahrende Leute. No. 3 in M.aza.9 

Lachner, I. Sechs Gesange. Op. 78. No. i in M.39a.34 

Marschnbr, a. E. No. 36 in M.39a.8; etc 

Moehring. Vier Gesange. Op. 18. No. 6 in M.39a.z8 

Mueller, J. G. No. 13 in M.39a.37 

Nbsslbr. Funf Lieder fur vierstimmigen Mannerchor. Op. 
100. No. 21 in M.39a.Z9 

Osthoff. No. 79 in M.za9a.43.a 

Otto, E. J. Der Philister. No. 4 in M.39a.ao 

Reissigbr. [Chorgesange und Quartette. Lieferung i.] 

No. 6 in M.39a.34 
Roth. No. 12 in M.a2Z.Z4 

ScHAAB. No. 61 in M.392.21 

Schubert, F. P. Chorgesang- Werke. Band 2. 

No. 4, 21 in M.28o.48.a; etc 
Sturm, W. Vier Lieder. Op. 64. No. 29 in M.39a.24 

Tauwitz. Vier Gesange. Op. 109. No. 23 in M.39a.25 



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No. 3 in M.9ia.i9; •tc 
No. 59 in II.39a.94 



Staendchen. Pari-Mmg, (Cantimted.) 

WUNWURM. 

WuNZintL. 
Staendchen. Song, 
Abt» F. PCinf Lieder. Op. 103. No.2inM.i9a.9;etc. 

Albert, Prma Consort. Collected compositions. M.a9Q.93 
BacKxt, V. £. No. 13 in M.39a.4; etc 

BnAHMS. Ffinf Lieder. Op. 106. No. 4 in if .38040.3; etc. 
CuRSCHiiAMN. Curschmann-Album. No. i in M.Z57.37 

Gabe. 5 Gedichte aus „Bilder des Orients." No. i in ll.t9a.3 
GauBBR, G. W. Gottfried August Burgers Gedichte. Vol. 2. 

No. 10 in M.x30.9.a 
ScHUBBRT, F. P. Werke. Serie ao^ Band 8, 9. M.3Z7.z.90.8;9 
Schumann, R. A 6 Gedichte von Reinick. 

No. 10 in M.944.Z5.1 ; etc. 
Strauss, R. Sechs Lieder. No. 10 in ■.380.24.1 

Staendchen am Morgen. Part-song. Witt, J. 

No. 26 in If .392.27 
Staendchen an eine Verlassene. Part-song. Scholz^ 

No. 3 in M.380.16 
Staendchen an Luise. Part-song. A .... t. No. 21 1 in M .i29a43.6 
Staendchen des Mephistopheles. Song. Lbnz, L. Gesaenge 
und Lieder aus Faust. No. 29 in M.22i.3o 

Staendchen, Ein, Euch zu bringen. Song. Wolf, H. Italie- 
nisches Liederbuch. Band i. M.38a2o.i 

Staendchen sum Namensfest. Part-song. EisBNHona. 

No. 93 in M.i29a43.3 
StaendeiL Song. Abt, F. Fun! Lieder. Op. 92. 

No. 33 in M.Z92.Z 
Stae8» Ferdinand Philippe Joseph. 
Trois sonates pour le clavecin, ou forte piano, avec ac- 
comp. d'un violon oblig^ et vtoloncelle. CEuvre 5. [Piano 
seul.] Bruxelles. Vanipen & Pris. [178-?] 

No. 13 in M.axa6 
Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 20 in M.2xato 

Same. [Partie de vtoloncelle.] No. 22 in M.2xo.x2 

Stage-etnick. Fiction. Macchbtta. lf.x04.38 

StagghiSp Nicholas. 
How unhappjr a lover am I. Duet [s. t.]. (In Smith. 
Musica antiqua. P. 173.) M.236.X0 

Stagneliaa, Erik Johan. 
Necken. (Der Neck.) Komponerad fdr sopran solo, kor 
och orkester af Ivar Hedenblad. No. 4 in M.39X44 

SUgnelio^ J. E. See StagneUna, Erik Johan. 
Stahl, Max. 
Thurmers T5chterlein. Komische Oper. Musik von Josef 
Rheinberger. No. i in M.307.X3 

Stahl, Richard. 
Said Pasha. An original romantic opera in 2 acts. Li- 
bretto by Scott Marble and Richard Stahl. Music by 
Richard Stahl. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Boston. 
White, Smith & Co. 1888. Portrait. M.323.4 

Stahier, Sir John. 
And all the people saw the thunderings. Anthem for Whit- 
suntide. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection 
of anthems. Vol. 13, pp. 4S-60.) No. 6 in M.X9S.2.X3 

Awake, awake; put on thy strength. Anthem for s. a. f . b., 
chorus and semi-chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 3, pp. iSh-32.) 

No. 4 in M.X95.2.3 
The Benedictus: pointed and arranged to the third 
Gregorian tone, with vocal and instrumental harmonies 
by John Stainer. Oxford. Bowden. [1867?] 

No. 23 in If.x57.a9 

Bind my brows. A glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In The Orpheus. 

New series. Vol. 2, pp. 144-151.) No. 20 in if .205.xo.a 

Composition. 4th thousand. London. Novello, Ewer & 

Co. [1877? Music primers.] No. 3 in M. 2x6.13 

The crucifixion. A meditation on the passion of the Holy 

Redeemer. For 2 solo voices (tenor and bass) and 

chorus, and interspersed with hymns to be sung by the 

congregation. The words selected and written by J. 

Sparrow-Simpson. The music by J. Stainer. Revised 

edition. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [188-?] 

^ No. I in M .X56.5 



Stahier, Sir John. ' (Continued.) 

The daughter of Jairus. A sacred cantata. [Accomp. for 
pianoforte.] Ix>ndon. Novello, Ewer & Co. [i8;KB?] 

No. 2 in M .X56.5 

Deliver me, O Ix>rd. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 
Fowle. Parochial anthems. Pp. 103-105.) No. i in lf.a33.a9 

A dictionary of musical terms by Sir Jfohn Stainer and 
W. A. Barrett. Compressed from the imperial 8vo edi- 
tion by K. M. Ross. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. 
[188-? Music primers.] M. 373.18 

Drop down, ye heavens. AnthenL [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Ouseley. Special anthems. Vol. 2, pp. 89-99.) 

No. 7 in M .a33.a4.a 

Gideon. An oratorio. [Words from Holy Writ.] Com- 
posed by John Stainer. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Lon- 
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1865?] M.X54.7 

Grieve not the Holy Spirit. Anthem. [Accomp. for 
piano, ad lib.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
Vol. II, pp. 115-121.) No. II inlf.x95.a.xx 

Harmony. With an appendix containing 100 graduated 
exercises. 55th thousand. London. Novello, Ewer & 
Co. [188-? Music primers.] No. 2 in M .ax6.X3 

Hosanna in the highest. Anthem for Advent. (Accomp. 
for organ.] (In Parish choirs in the Diocese of Massa- 
chusetts. Annual festival. Order of music, 7th festival. 
Pp. 17-20.) No. 59 in If.x58.x8 

Harold Glynde. A cantata. Written by Edward Foskett. 
With original music by John Stainer, C. S. Jekyll, George 
C Martin and other composers. London. Pitman. [188-?] 

No. 3 in If.a04.a7 

I am Alpha and Omega. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. 1878. [The Musical 
times.] No. 54 in If.x58.x9 

Same. Boston. Russell. [188-?] No. 55 in M .X58.X9 

I desired wisdom. Anthem for Epiphany. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 8, 
pp. 180-192.) No. 17 in lf.x95.a.8 

I saw the Lord. Anthem for Trinity Sunday [s. s. a. a. t. t. 
B. B. Accomp. for organ]. (In Novello's Collection of 
anthems. Vol. 9, pp. 1*16.) No. i in M .X95.a.9 

Alio to be fovnd hi Omdey't Special a&thema. 

Lead, kindly light. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] Lon- 
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 2 in lf.x57.a9 
Also to be foond la NoveOo't CoUcetioD of antfacmi. 

Let the peace of God rule. Anthem for solo [s. or t.] 
and chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello's Col- 
lection of anthems. Vol. 11, pp. 162-172.) 

No. 17 in M. 195.2.x X 

Lot Summer comes again. Anthem for harvest. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
Vol. 16, pp. 140-158.) . No. 17 in lf.X95.a.x6 

The Lord is in His holy temple. Anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Ouseley. Special anthems. Vol. i, pp. 
206-216.) No. 26 in If.a33.a4.x 

Lord, Thou art God. Anthem for t. solo and chorus. 
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of 
anthems. Vol. 15, pp. 204-223.) No. 21 in M .X95.a.x5 

The morning stars sang together. Anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 4, 
pp. 88-102.) N0.8inlf.x95.a4 

Alio to be foond hi Oueeley's Special aathena. 

The music of the Bible, with an account of the develop- 
ment of modern musical instruments from ancient types. 
New York. Cassell, Fetter & Galpin. [1880.] Illus. 

M.X04.7 
My hope is in the Everlasting, solo [s. or t.] ; and Awake, 

thou that sleepest, chorus. Anthem for Easter. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
Vol. 10, pp. 77-94*) No. 12 in lf.X95.a.xo 

O clap your hands. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] Lon- 
don. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 12 in If.x57.a9 
Abo to be found la Nordlo't CoUection of antheau. 

The righteous live for evermore. Verse anthem. [Accomp. 
for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 
9, pp. 5Sh68.) No. 4 in m .X95.a.9 



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Stainer, Sir John. (CotUmued,) 
St. Mary Magdalen. A sacred cantata. The words com- 
piled and written by W. J. Sparrow-Simpson. The music 
by John Stfiiner. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Octavo 
edition. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [1883.] 

No. 3 in M.t56.5 

Sing a song of praise. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 9, pp. i^^- 

197.) No. 15 in lf.z95.9.9 

Te Deum taudamus. In C. [Accomp. for organ.] (In 

Novello's Parish choir book. Pp. 95-101.) 

No. 19 in If .157.30 
There was a marriage in Cana. A wedding anthem. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
Vol. 13, pp. ao2-^ao9.) No. 2a in ll.i95.a.X9 

They were lovely and pleasant. Anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (In Ouseley. Special anthems. Vol. 2, pp. 193^ 
209.) No. 16 in 11.233.34.2 

What are these? A short anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 3, pp. 35-3^.) 

No. 5 in 1I.X95.2.3 

Stainer, Sir John, tditor. 

Bach, J. S. Come unto Me. No. 5 in M.X95.2.5 

Christmas carols, new and old. The words edited by the 

/ Rev. H. R. Bramley. The music edited by John Stainer. 

London. Routledge. [1873.] Plates. ll.x22.32 

Sc« alto Mode primcra. 

Stainlein, Louis, Comt4 de. See Stainlein-Saaleinstein, Louis 

Charles Georges Corneille, Camte de. 
Stainlein-Saaleinatcin, Louis Charles Georges Corneille, ComU 
de. 
Sextuor pour 2 violons, 2 altos et 2 violoncelles. Op. 20. 
Partition.' Mayence. Schott. [186-?] No. 3 in II.346.a3 

Stambnchreim. Song. Gaisa Grieg- Album. 3. 

No. 4 in M.X55.X6 
StamitSy Carl. Symphonic. [Partition.] Manuscript. 1884. 

11403.1x0 
Stanwnwing. 

Bkll, a M. The principles of speech and vocal physi- 
ology; and dictionary of sounds. With directions for 
the cure of stammering. London. [1865?] lf.x09.25 

CoLOMBAT, M. Traits de tons les vices de la parole et en 
particulier du b^gaiement. 3e Edition, augment^e. Paris. 
1843. Plates. lC.207.xx 

Dbsgrangbs, a J. Rapport pr6sent6 i la Soci6t6 d'^duca- 
tion de Lyon par Dr. Desgranges, les Drs. Forteret et 
Passot, sur la m^thode employee pour la cure du b^gaye- 
ment et de tons les autres vices de prononciation par Mr. 
Chervin ain6. Lyon. 1864. No. 2 in IC.373.23 

Hblmosi, F. Speakers, singers and stammerers. Lon- 
don. 1874. Plates. IC.X0644 
Stammering glee. The. Part-song. Harington. 

No. 10 in ic.x39a.x8.3; etc 
Stances pour I'anniversaire du 9 thermidor. Song. Catbl. 

M.38ai4 
Stancb di piik soffrire. Song. Handbl. Werke. Lieferung 51. 

M.3X3.X.5X 
Stand ttp and bless the Lord. Anthem. 
Goss. No. 16 in M.X95.2.3 

Latrosb, C L Original anthems. No. 26 in ic.236.x5 

Standi who's there? Part-song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 19 in ic.235.7.2; etc 

Standomi un giomo. Madrigal. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. 

Band 2. lcA>4oa.67.2 

Stanford, Charles Villiers. 
The battle of the Baltic Ballad by Thomas Campbell. 

S^t to mnsic for chorus and orchestra by C. V. Stanford. 

[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Octavo edition. London. 

Noyeilo, Ewer & Co. 1891. No. 5 in IC.X56.8 

By thie. waters of Babylon. A sacred drama. The words 

selected from the Holy Scriptures. The music by C. V. 

Stanford. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Lucas, 

Weber & Co. [1882?] No. 2 in IC.X56.6 

The Canterbury pilgrims. Opera in 3 acts. Written by 



Stanford, Charles Villiers. (Continued.) 

Gilbert i Beckett. Composed by C. Villiers Stanford. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Boosey & Co. 
[1884.] IC.323J5 

Carmen scculare. An ode for the jubilee of H. M. Queen 
Victoria. Written by Tennyson. Set to music by C. V. 
Stanford. Pianoforte accomp. London. Novello, Ewer 
& Co. [ 1887.] No. 3 in ICX56.6 

Communion service (in G). See his Mass in G major. 
Concert variations upon an English theme "Down among 
the dead men" for pianoforte and orchestra. Op. 71. 
Full score. Leipzig. Bosworth & Co. [1898.] IC406.37 
East to West. An ode to Algernon Charles Swinburne 
Set to music for chorus and orchestra, by C. V. Stan- 
ford. Pianoforte accomp. London. Novello, Ewer & 
Co. 1893. No. I in ICX56.7 

Eden. A dramatic oratorio. The poem by Robert Bridges. 
Set to music for soli, chorus and orchestra by C. V. 
Stanford. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] Octavo edition. 
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. 1891. No. 2 in ■.X5641 

Elegiac ode. The words from President Lincoln's burial 
hymn, by Walt Whitman. The music by C. V. Stanford. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Lucas, Weber & 
Co. 1884. No. X in IC.156.6 

The Eumenides of Aeschylus, as arranged for performance 
at Cambridge, December, 1885. The text in Greek and 
English. [Translated by A. W. Verrall.] The incidental 
music by C. Villiers Stanford. [Pianoforte score.] Cam- 
bridge. Macmillan & Bowes. 1885. No. i in IC.2Q3.23 
God is our hope & strength. (Psalm 46.) For soli, chorus, 
orchestra & organ. Op. 8. London. Novello, Ewer & 
Co. [ 1877?] No. 3 in IC.204.X 

Irish rhapsody. No. i. Op. 78. Full orchestral 'score. 
London. Houghton & Co. 1902. No. 2 in IC4X04^ 

The Lord is my shepherd. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 
(In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 15, pp. 57-^) 

No. 8 in IC.X95.2.X5 
Mass in G major, for soli, chorus, orchestra and organ. 
Pianoforte arrangement by the composer. London. No- 
vello, Ewer & Co. 1893. No. 2 in IC.15JS.7 
Same. Communion service (in G) for soli, chorus, or- 
chestra and organ. The English words adapted, and the 
pianoforte accomp, arranged by the composer. London. 
Novello, Ewer & Co. 1893. No. 3 in ICX56.7 
Much ado about nothing. Opera in four acts founded on 
Shakespere's comedy. The words written by Julian 
Sturgis. The music composed by Charles Villiers Stan- 
ford. (Op. 76.) [Vocal score.] London. Boosey &, Co. 
1901. ■•389.52 
[Oedipus Rex.] Prelude to the Oedipus Rex of Sophocles. 
Op. 29. Full score. London. Novello, Ewer & Co. 
[ 1887.] No. 5 in 1C40547 
Phaudrig Crohoore. An Irish ballad for chorus and or- 
chestra. Written by J. Sheridan Le Fanu. Set to mnsic 
by Charles V. Stanford. Op. 62. [Vocal score.] Lon- 
don. Boosey & Co. 1896. No. 3 in lC«a84^ 
Quartett (No. i), G dur, fur 2 Violinen, Viola und Violon- 
cell. Op. 44. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Eulenburg. [1891. 
Payne's Kleine Partitur-Ausgabe.] No. 4 in 1C^55.3 
Quartett (No. 2), A moll, fur 2 Violinen, Viola und Violon- 
cell. Op. 45. [Partitur.] Leipzig. Eulenburg. [1891. 
Payne's Kleine Partitur-Ausgabe.] No. 5 in 1C.355«3 
Requiem, for solos, chorus and orchestra. Op. 63. [Ac- 
comp. for pianoforte.] London. Boosey & Co. 1897. 
Plate. lC.2x3.a4 
The Revenge. A ballad of the fleet, by Lord Tennyson. 
Set to music for chorus and orchestra, by C. V. Stanford. 
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Octavo edition. London. No- 
vello, Ewer & Co. [1886.] No. 2 in lC.x56.xo 
Shamus O'Brien. A romantic comic opera in 2 acts. Writ- 
ten by Geo. H. Jessop. Composed by Charles Villiers 
Stanford. Pianoforte arrangement by Myles B. Foster. 
Op. 61. London. Boosey & Co. 1896. li*395*5S 
The three holy children. An oratorio. The words selected 
from the Holy Scriptures. The music by C. V. Stanford 



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Stanford* Charles Villiers. (ConHmted,) 

Pianoforte accomp. Boston. Ditson & Co. [i88-?] 

No. I in M.X56.Z0 
Pftrt t of this ontorio with the titfe By tht vaten of Bahyloii, may be 
fmmd on ■hdf-ttambor Now s la ii.i56b6b 

Der verschleierte Prophet. The veiled prophet. Grosse 
Oper in 3 Acten. Text nach Moore's Lalla Rookh von 
W. Barclay Squire, ubersetzt von Ernst Frank. Musik 
von C Villiers Stanford. [Klavierauszug.] Berlin. 
Bote & Bock. [1881.] M.3a3.5 

The voyage of Maeldnne. Ballad by Lord Tennyson. Set 

to music for soli, chorus and orchestra by C. V. Stanford. 

[Accomp. for pianoforte.] Octavo edition. London. No- 

vello. Ewer & Co. [i88p.] No. i in II.Z56.9 

Stanford, Charles Villiers, edUor. 

Thomas, A. G. The swan and the skylark. No. i in M. 38446 

Stange, Max. 

Zwei Romanzen, fur Streichorchester. Op. 52. Partitur. 

Berlin. Raabe & Plothow. [189-.I No. 5, 6 in M.404.90 

Zwei Stiicke fur Streichinstrumente. Op. 48. Partitur. 

Berlin. Raabe & Plothow. [ 189-.] No. 3, 4 in M.404.90 

WPHifOTfo ""* aCIVHKN^ ^^ nWSKSMMS* 

Stangc^ Stanislaus. 
Brian Boru. Romantic opera. Music by Julian Edwards. 

M.395-35 
Dolly Varden. Comic opera. Music by Julian Edwards. 

M.38S.X8 
The jolly musketeer. Comic opera. Music by Julian Ed- 
wards. M.394.65 
Love's lottery. Comic opera. Music by Julian Edwards. 

M.397-33 

PiffI Paffl Poufl A musical cockuil. Music by Jean 

Schwartz. M.397.60 

The singing girl. Comic opera. Music by Victor Herbert. 

M.393-57 
The student king. A romantic light opera. Book and 

lyrics by Frederic Ranken and Stanislaus Stange. Music 

by Reginald De Koven. M.389.a3 

The two roses. Comedy opera. The music by Ludwig 
Englander. 1C-399A> 

When Johnny comes marching home. Three act military 
spectacular comic opera. Music by Julian Edwards. 

M.38X.X4 
Sfanialana, Frederick. 

The Lancashire witches, or King Jamie's frolic. A light 

opera in 3 acts. Written by R. T. Gunton. Music by F. 

Stanislaus. (Accomp. for piano.] London. Forsyth. 

[1879] M.3a3.7 

Stanley, Charles John. « 

Six cantatas, for a voice and instruments. London. Printed 
for J. Stanley. [1742.] No. i in M.a37.a6 

Stanabory, George Frederick. 
Love. [Song, s. or t. Accomp. for pianoforte.} (/n Lunn, 
J. The Passions. Pp. 7-14.) No. i in M.39X.5X 

8up( E. 
Abschied. [Mannerchor.] {In Stuttgarter Liederkranz. 
Mannerchor-Album. Pp. 107-109.) No. 5 in M.ao3.aa 

Stapleanx, Leopold. 
Pierrot fan tome. Op^ra-comique. Paroles de MM. E. 
Dubreuil et L Stapleaux. Musique de L. Vercken. 

No. I in M.3a5.3i 
Staples, H. A. 
Joseph's bondage. A dramatic cantata. Music composed 
by J. M. Chadwick. M.az3.8 

Star of evening. For vidin and piano. Wagner, W. R. 

No. 17 in M.357.ia 
Star, The, of love. Part-song. Buck, D. 5 four-part songs 
for male voices. No. 2 in M.903.7 

Star, The, of my home. Battad. Thomas, J. R. 

No. 26 in M.Z9a.i4 
Star of the silent eve. Part-song. Stbrkxl. No. 23 in M.a44.zo.3 

Star, The. that shines so fair. Part-song. Smart, H. 

No. 93 in M.z57.5.a 



Stark, P. 
Le Diable i Yvetot. Op^ra-comique. Musique de C de 
Gessler. No. i in M.301 J 

Starke, Reinhold, sdiior. 
Langs, H. G. Eine ausgewahlte Sammlung Motetten zu 4, 
5, 6 und 8 Stimmen. M4oo.z4 

Starlight is glowing. Song. Linlby, G. [Songs.] Vol. 2. 

No. 4 in M.935.Z9^ 
Starlings, The. Part-song. Macparrkn, G. A. 

No. 29 in M.195.Z.3 
Starlit is night-time. Part-song. Raff. No. 20 in M.z95.i.t7 
Starry crowns of heaven. Part-song. Barney. 

No. I in M.i58.a3; etc. 
Stars, The, are with the voyager. Part-song. 
Macparrbn, W. C No. 14 in M.i95«t.9 

Mackbnzii, a C No. 23 in M.i95.i.zfl 

Stara, The, beyond the cloud. Part-song. Tours. 

No. 12 in M,904.36.5 
Stars, The, in beauty beam. Part-song. Hatton. 

No. II inM.157.10 
Stars, The, in heaven. Part-song. Rhbinbergbr, J. G. 

No. 33 in M.392.37 

Stars of glory shine more brightly. Carol. Aybrs, D. J. 

Christmas carols. No. 8 in M.z 58.13 

Stara of the summer night. Part-song. 

Cruicksbank. No. 15 in M.ao5.ia7 

Hatton. No. 9 in M.Z95.1US; etc 

Smart, H. No. 29 in M.Z57.23; etc. 

Stars the night adorning. Part-song. Wbcbbrun. 

No. 12 in M.I57.Z5 
Star-apangled banner. For organ. Buck, D. No. 9 in M.9oo.a 
Star-apangled banner. For orchestra. Kaun. Festival march. 

No. 2 in M.4Z0.68 
Stara trembling o'er us. Part-song: Stbarns. No. 19 in M.39a.24 
Stasof, Vladimir Vasil'evitch. 
Alexandrine Borodine. D'apris la biographic et la corres- 
pondance publi^es par Wladimir Stassoff [par] Alfred 
Habets. Paris. Fischbacher. 1893. Portrait. Fac- 
similes. No. I in M.z32.a 

ComUnU. — Borodine, m vk ft wt crarret. — Fraiu Litit d'aprte la 
corrcapoiidaiioa da Borodma. 

Statham, Francis Reginald. 
Rejoice in the Lord. Anthem for Advent. [Accomp. for 
organ.] (/» Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 8, 
pp. 1 16-127.) No. 13 in M.Z95.2.8 

Statistischer Bericht, Ein, des Landbuergermeisters. Part- 
song. ScHOBN, E. von. No. 6 in M.39a.s8 
Statue, La. Opera. For the Music see Reyer. For the Li- 

brbtto see Barbier, P. J. 
Sutue bride. The. Opera. For the Music see Aapa. For the 

Libretto see Amcotta. 
Staub bei Staube ruhst du nun. Part-song. Rhbinbergbr, J. G. 
4 Lieder. No. 5 in M.Z58.27 

Staunton, William. 
Praise Himl sun and moon [Anthem. Accomp. for or- 
gan.] {In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred 
music. Vol. 3, pp. 125-134.) No. 23 in M,2az.2a.3 

Te Deum laudamus in D. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Pre- 
ferred Te Deum laudamus. Pp. 15-31.) No. 3 in M.Z90.8 
Stay, Corydon. Madrigal Wilbyb. No. i7inM.z57.3az;etc. 
Stay, Daphne. Catch. Wbbbe, S. No. 195 in M.235.z7.2;etc 
Stay, limpid stream. Madrigal. MARBNZia No. 66 in M.a37.z5 
Stay, lovely Laura. Glee. Cooke, B. No. 9 in M.220.9.5 

Stay, pry'thee, stay. Part-song. Bishop, H. R. 

No. 21 in M.Z57.Z9; etc 
Stay, shepherd, stay. Part-song. Smith, J. S. 

No. 41 in M.aaa9.a 

Stay with me. Song. Abt, F. No. 36 in M.z9a.2; etc 

Steams, Charles C. 

Brightest and best. Christmas anthem. [Accomp. for 

organ.] Boston. White-Smith Music Publishing Co. 

[ 1893.] No. 1 1 in M.203.99 

Children's festival mass. Latin and English text. [Accomp. 

for organ.] Boston. White, Smith & Co. [1888.] 

N.0 2 in M.Z5643 



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Harvest anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. White- 
Smith Music Publishing Co. [1894*] No. 12 in M. 903.99 

Lay him low. [Quartet.] Male voices. Boston. White- 
Smith Music Publishing Co. [1893.] No. 18 in M.ao3.90 

Same. Mixed voices. No. 13 in ll.903.a9 

The Lord is my light. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. White-Smith Music Publishing Co. [1894*] 

No. 14 in If .903.29 

Mass in A: with an accomp. for organ or piano-forte. 
Latin and English words. Boston. Ditson & Co. [x866.] 

M.X5644 
Mass of the Angel guardian. For children's voices. With 
Latin and English text. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 
White, Smith & Co. [1887.] No. i in II.15643 

Popular mass in D, with accomp. for organ or pianoforte. 
Latin and English words. Boston. White, Smith & 
Perry. 1869. M.1564S 

Secret prayer. [Hymn-anthem. Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. Russell. [1889.] No. i in 11.158.90 

Stars trembling o'er us. Boat song for male quartette with 
s. or T. obligato. Boston. White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Co. [ 1893.] No. 19 in If .399.94 
Te Deum laudamus, in Bb. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. 
Ditson & Co. [186-?] No. 4 in If .190.8 
That glorious song of old. Christmas anthem. [Accomp. 
for organ.] Boston. White-Smith Music Publishing Co. 
[1892.] No. 56 in M. 158.19 
When all Thy mercies. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] 
Boston. Tolman & Co. [1868.] No. 5 in if .190.8 
Steckbridf. Song. Kueckbn. No. 5 in if .944.6.9 
Steckenpferd, Das. Song, Kubcksn. Leichte Lieder. 

No. 3 in If .944.6.9 

Steckenpferdreiter, Der. Song. Taubeet, C. G. W. Klange 

aus der Kinderwelt. [Heft 8.] No. 23 in if. 199.7 

Steckenreitar-Lehre. Song. Taubbrt, C. G. W. Klange aus 

der Kinderwelt. [Heft 8.] No. 24 in if .199.7 

Stedfast heavens, The. Part-song. Schumann, R. A. 

No. 18 in M.904.36.7 
Stedman, Edmund Clarence. 
Ode for Commencement Day at Yale University. 1895. 
The music by Horatio W. Parker. No. 2 in M. 379.31 

Steele. Clarence T. 
Come, ye thankful people, come. Anthem for Thanksgiv- 
ing. [Accomp. for organ.] Boston. White-Smith Music 
Publishing Co. [1893.] No. 16 in if .903.99 

Steely, Guy F. 
The forbidden land. A Tibetan comic opera. Music by 
Frederic Chapin. if .397.16 

The storks. A musical fantasy in two acts. [Book by 
Richard Carle and Guy F. Steely.] Music by Frederic 
Chapin. lf.38x.8 

Steersman! leave the watch 1 Part-song. Wagnbb, W. R. 

No. 9 in If .399.45 
Steets, William. 
A treatise on the elements of music. Tiverton. Smith. 
18 1 2. Plates. If .199.90 

Steffani, Agostino. 
Come, ye children. Duetto [s. s. Accomp. for organ]. (In 
Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 62-65.) 

No. 13 in M. 934.4.x 

I will give thanks. Anthem [s. s. Accomp. for organ]. {In 

Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 1-6.). No. i in lf934.4.9 

O hear ye this. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for organ.] (/« 

Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 50-53-) 

No. 8 in If .934.4.9 

O praise the Lord with me. Duetto [s. s. Accomp. for 

organ], (in Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 34- 

36.) No. 13 in If .990.99.9 

Alio to be found la Stcrens's Sacred muiic. 

Prithee, leave me. Duet [s. b. Accomp for organ]. {In 

Social harmony. Pp. 160-163.) No. 138 in lf.915.91 

Rejoice in the Lord. Trio [s. s. b. Accomp. for organ]. 

{In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 60-64.) 

Aim to be found in Stcreni's Sacred muaic. No. 21 in If .990.99.Z 



Steggali, Charles. 
God came from Teman. Anthem for Whitsunday. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] {In Novello's Collection of anthems. 
Vol. 5, pp. 99-108.) No. 7 in M .195.9.5 

Alao to be found in Ouidej'i Special anthems. 

Have mercy upon me, O God. Full anthem for four voices. 
[Accomp. for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [1863.] 

No. 7 in M .X90J 

Aleo to be found In Novello'a Collection of 31 antfacma. 

He was as the morning star. Anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] {In Ouseley. Special anthems. Vol. 2, pp. 154- 
167.) No. 12 in 11.933.94.9 

Hear ye, and give ear. A full anthem for four voices, [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] London. Novello & Co. [1866.] 

No. 6 in lf.Z9oJ 
Alao to be found in Fowle'a Parochial anthema. 

I will cry unto God. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 
London. Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] No. 7 in If •157.99 
Alao to be found in Novello'a Collection of anthema. 

Lord, what love have I. Anthem for soli [s. 8. a. T. b. b.] 
and chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Novello's Collec- 
tion of anthems. Vol. 13, pp. 197-213.) No. 19 in M.Z95^.X3 
O clap your hands together. Pull anthem. [Accomp. for 
organ.] {In Fowle. Parochial anthems. Pp. 44-48.) 

No.i in lf.933.99 
[Rejoice in the Lord.] Festival anthem. Psalm 33. [Ac- 
comp. for organ.] No title-page. [London. 185-?] 

No. I in lf.99a9X 

Remember now thy Creator. Anthem. [Accomp. for 

organ.] {In Novello's Collection of anthems. Vol. 2, pp. 

105-1 13.) No. 12 in lf.t95.9^ 

Te Deum laudamus. In A. [Accomp. for organ.] {In 

Novello's Parish choir book. Pp. 1-7.) No. i in lf.t57.30 

Turn Thy face from my sins. Anthem for soli [t. b.] and 

chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] {In Novello's Collection 

of anthems. Vol. 13, pp. 214-223.) No. 20 in if .195.9.13 

Steggall, Charles, editor. 

MBNDBLSsoHN-BAaTHOLDY, J. L. F. Six Cathedral anthems. 

No. 3 in ■.943.9 
Steglich, Ed. 
Autumn. [Part-song, t. t. b. &] {In The Osgood CoUec- 
' tion of part songs. Vol. 2, pp. 72, 73.) lf.i93^3.9 

Stegmann, Carl David. 
Das redende Gemahlde. Eine comische Oper in 2 Acten. 
In die Musik gesetzt von C. D. Stegmann. [Text nach 
Anseaume. Klavierauszug.] Mitau. Hinz, 1775. 

No. 2 in lf.350.x4 

Der Triumpf der Liebe, oder: das kuhne Abentheuer. Eine 

Feenoper von [F. E.] Jester. In Musik gesetzt von C. 

D. Stegmann, und von ihnlf*selbst im Clavierauszuge 

herausgegeben. Konigsberg. Nicolovius. [178-?] 

If.x5z.x4 
Stegmann, Carl David, editor. 

Paer. Achilles. lf.3zx.98 

Stegmayer, Matthaeus. 

Das lebendige Weinmass. Ein Lustspiel und comisches 

Melodrama. Fiir das Piano-Forte eingerichtet von I. R. 

von Seyf ried. No. i in M .34axo 

Wladimir Fiirst von Nowgorod. Eine Oper. Im Klavier- 

Auszug von G. B. Bierey. If.93a94 

Steh' fest! Part-song. Abt, F. Leichte Mannerch5re. 

No. 80 in If .946.99 
Stehe auf mein holdes Leben. Part-song. HalIvy, J. F. F. £. 

No. 259 in If .X99a43.8 
Stehe fest! Part-song. Koehlbr, C. L. H. No. i in M. 39949.9 
Stehle, Gustav Eduard. See Stehle, J. Gustav Eduard. 

Stehle, J. Gustav Eduard. 

Polenlied in der Schenke [t. t. b. b.]. {In Das Rutli. Pp. 

309-315-) No. Z30 in lf.X474 

["Saul." Symphonisches Tongemalde fiir Orgel. Leipzig. 

Garbrecht. 185-?] No. 6 in M.3Z948 

Stehle, J. Gustav Eduard, editor. 

Wagner, W. R. Trauermarsch beim Tode Siegfried's und 

Briinhilde's Klagegesang. No. 16 in lf.4Z4^7 



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(Euvres choisies, pour piano aeul. Vol. a. Pr6c6d6 d'une 
analyse raisonn^e de sea ouvrages et de sa biographic, 
par F^tis, p^re. Paris. Schonenberger. [187-?] Biblio- 
th^que classique des pianistes.] M.358.9 

C mi U mit. — Opw s6w Sooate No. 1, t. — O^ ^ Somite, — Op, m$» 
L'asnante dispartto. — Op. 8s. Soute nilitelrc. 

Rom^ et Juliette. Op^ra en 3 actes, en prose [de S^r 

jeune]. Mis en musique par D. Steibelt. [Partition.] 

Paris. Boyer. [i793*] 11.984.6 

Rondean tnrc pour le piano-forte, avec accomp. [de violon] 

ad libitum. [Piano et tambour de basque.] Paris. Joly. 

[ 183-?] No. 8 in M.aio.7 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 24 in M.azo.io 

Six sonates pour le piano forte avec accomp. d'un violon 

oblig^ Op. 37, No. 1-5. [Partition.] Paris. Imbault 

[etc 181-?]. No. i-S in M.aia7 

Same. No. i. No. 14 in M.aio.6 

Same. [No. i, partie de violon.] No. 25 in M.9zo.io 

Same. [No. 4, partie de violon.] No. 26 in M.aio.io 

Six sonates pour le piano-forte, avec accomp. de violon. 

[No. I.] (Euvre 67. [Partition.] Paris. Delahante. 

[183-?] No. 7 iu M.910.7 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 23 in lc.aio.io 

Trois sonates pour le piano-forte, la premiere avec violon 

oblig^ et les deux autres sans accomp. QEuvre 4. Paris. 

Sieber. [ 181-?] No. 15 in ic.aio.6 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 21 in lc.azo.zo 

Trois sonates pour forte-piano, avec accomp. de violon ad 

libitum. Op. 35. [Piano seul.] Paris. Leduc. [182-?] 

No. 6 in ic.aio.7 
Same. [Partie de violon.] No. 22 in icazaio 

Trois sonates pour le piano forte, avec accomp. de violon 

et violoncelle. Tiroes de TCEuvre 35 de Pleyel. [Piano 

seul.] Paris. Pleyel. [181-?] N0.9inM.aza7 

Same. [Partie de violon.] No. a7 in icazazo 

Same. [Partie de violoncelle.] No. 23 in if .azaza 

We praise Thee, O God. [Motet. Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred 

music. Vol. 2, pp. 169-172.) No. 31 in lf.aaz.aa.a 

Steig* anf, geliebter Schatten. Song. Brahms. Punf Lieder. 

Op. 94. No. 12 in lf.38a4aa 

Stcig auFn Baam. Part-song, Gauby. Zwei Steierlieder. 

No. 18 in lC.39a.9 
8t«ig empor in stiller Abendstunde. MoM. Schicht. Motet- 
ten. Heft 10. No. 10 in if .a36.z9 
Stcigentesch, August Ernst, Preiherr von. 
Die Abreise. Musikalisches Lustspiel. Musik von Eugen 

d'Albert. No. i in if.aSz.z 

Steiget hernieder auf goldner Spur. Sang. Kubckbn. Emste 

und heitere Lieder. No. 15 in lf.a44.(S.i 

Stain, Carl. 
Arcona. [Mannerchor.] (In Gartz. Thesaurus. Heft 3, 

p. 13.) No. 28 in If. 203.7 

Die Geburt Jesu. Oratorium in 2 Abtheilungen nach 

Worten der heiligen Schrift zusammengestellt von D. L. 

Couard. Componiert fur Chor und Einzelstimmen mit 

Begleitung der Orgel von Carl Stein. Wittenberg. Her- 

ros^. [187-?] No. 3 in M .384.aa 

Im Preien. [Mannerchor.] (In Gartz. Thesaurus. Heft 

3> P- 13*) No. 27 in lt.ao3.7 

Meinem Vaterlandel Nach einem schwedischen Liede bear- 

beitet [fiir t. t. b. b.]. (In Gartz. Thesaurus. Heft 3, p. 

14.) - No. 28 in M. 203.7 

Sonntags am Rhein. [Mannerchor.] (In Gniber. Sanges- 

hort. Heft i, pp. 13-16.) No. i in lf.37a30 

Stein, Carl, editor. 
Mbndblssohn-Baktholdy, J. L. F. „Maigl6ckchen und 

Bliimelein," MSonntagsmorgen." No. 26 in lt.'39a.z7 

Stein, Carl Andreas. 
LuzB, F. Biographische Skizze des Carl Andreas Stein. 

Wien. 1856. No. 4 in M. 377.7 

Stein, Leo. 
Der Generalconsul. Operette von Alexander Landesberg und 

Leo Stein. Musik von Heinrich Reinhardt. No. i inlt.383.3a 



Stein, Leo. (Conimued.) 
Lachende Erben. Operette von J. Horst [Pseud.] & L. 
Stein. Musik von Carl Weinberger. No. i in lt.38z.65 
Die lustige Witwe. Operette von Victor Lton [Pseud.] u. 
Leo Stein. Musik von Franz Leh&r. lt.378.z ; etc* 

The merry widow. See his Die lustige Witwe. 
Das susse Madel. Operette von Alexander Landesberg und 
Leo Stein. Musik von H. Reinhardt. lt.38z.35 

Stein, Oskar. 
Zenobia. Oper. Musik von Louis Adolphe Coerne. 

M.397-19 
Steinacker, Carl. 

Lebensgluck. .[Mannerchor.] (In Fink. Die deutsche 

Liedertafel. Pp. 54, 55.) No. 43 in lt.az3^ 

Also to be foand in Orphcos. 

Peace of mind. Part-song for t. t. b. b. (In The Orpheus. 

New series. Vol. 4, pp. 4S-54.) No. 11 in It.a05.z04 

Steinberg, Maximilian. 

Variations pour grand orchestre. Op. 2. Partition d'or- 

chestre. Leipzig. Belaieff. 1906. It434.a4 

Steinbrueck, Carl. 

Gute Nacht. Fur Mannerchor, mit Tenor- und Bariton- 

Solo. Op. 50. Offenbach a. M. Andr6. [1880?] 

No. 51 in lt.39a.a5 

Steineme Herz, Das. Opera. For the Muszc see Bmell. 

For the Lzbrbtto see Widmmnzi, J. V. 

Steingraber, Louis. 

Erinnerungen aus meinem Kunstlerleben. Graz. The 

Author. z8p7. No. 4 in lt.z0a.a4 

Steinhausen, Carl Wilhelm, editor. 

Conferenz-Gesange fur das Seminar zu Neuwied, zugleich 

Fortsetzung von Neues und Altes fur mehrstimmigen 

Mannergesang. Op. 18. a. Band, i. Heft. Neuwied. 

Heuser. [ 1878.] No. 10 in 1t.39a.38 

CotUmls. — Hajdfi : Das Lied der Deatachcn. — Kleia : PMlm loa. — 
Stcinhatuen [Vient] : Pitlm 103, 15-1S. — MenddMoha-Bartfaoldjr t 
Der frohe Wandertmann. — Lindblad : Ein Sommerabend. — Mendda- 
iohn-Bartholdy: Abendlied. — Schubert: Brater Verlnat. — Weber t 
Jiflcrehor.-^BeethoTen: Krietageaaiic. — Schubert: Lob der Thrinea. 
— Steinhaaaen [Vicrat]: Abachled von der Heimath. — Mosart: 
Abeodnthe. — Steinhaitaeii [Vicrat] : GeMbde. — Praas: FSr Moaik. 

Steinkuehler, £mile. 
Ave Verum. Pour 4 voix, avec accomp. d'orgue. Paris. 
Richault. [185-?] No. 12 in lt.a6o.io.3 

Steirische Hochlandsklange. Opera. For the Music see 

Wagner, R. For the Libretto see Harpf. 

Stel, Adolphe. 

Les deux clarinettes. Op6ra-comique. Paroles de li^* 

Adolphe Favre et Adolphe Stel. Musique de Andr6 

Simiot. No. 5 in lt.3aa.16 

Stella. Chorus. Wbckbrlin. Chceurs. lt.157.1a 

Stella. Opera. For the Music see Auteri Manzocchi; also 

Nardis. For the Libretto see Interdonato; also Ehuu 
SteUa di Napoli. Opera. For the Music see Pacini, G. For 

the Libretto see Cammarano, S. 
Stella quam viderant magi. Motet. Palestrina. Werke. 
Band i. lt.8o4oa.66.i 

Stelldichein, Die. Opera. For the Music see Maurice, A. For 

the Libretto see Wennhacke. 
Stelldichein, Das, auf der Pfahlbrucke. Opera. For the Music 

see Beer, M. J. For the Libretto see Raudnits. 
Stelle, perfide stelle. Song. Handel. Werke. Lieferung 51. 

It.3i3.i.5x 
Stenhammar, Wilhelm. 
Quatuor pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle. GSuvre 2. 
Partition. Breslau. Hainauer. 1895. No. 4 in lt«4044 
Stenhouse, William. 
Illustrations of the lyric poetry and music of Scotland. 
Edinburgh. Blackwood. 1853. It.xx4.3 

Stenka Razine. Symphonic poem. Glazunov. No. i in lt.405.16 
St^ographie musicale. See Notation. 
Stensland, Theodore. 
The campaigners. A comic opera. Music by Frederic 
Carieton Gulick and others. No. a in lt4oa.66 

The Viking. Comic opera. Music by John A. Loud. 

No. 3 in lt.38a.xx 



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8tep* Symphonic poem, Noszkovski. M406A1 

Stephan, Gottlieb. See Stephanie, Gottlieb. 
Stephanie, Gottlieb. 
Der Apotheker tind der Doctor. Komische Oper. In 
Musik gesetzt von Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf. M.305.3 
Stephanie, der Jungerer. See Stephanie, Gottlieb. 
Stephen, David. 
"Missa solemnis" (for solo voices, chorus and orchestra). 
Op. 4. [Vocal scorej No. a in M.3S441 

St^hen, ou la harpe d'Eole. Cantata, For the Music see 

Kaatner. 
Stephens, Charles Edward. 

Come, fill ye right merrily. Part-song [a. t. t. b.]. (/n 
The Orpheus. New series. Vol. 7, pp. 161-168.) 

No. 31 in M.905.ia7 

O praise the Lord. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (/n 

Fowle. Parochial anthems. Pp. 96-ioa.) No. i in lC.a33.99 

Quatuor, aime, pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle. Op. 

aa. Partition. Mayence. Schott. [18^?] 

No. a in 1c.405.80 
Te Deum laudamus. In C. [Accomp. for organ.] (Jn 
Novello's Parish choir book. Pp. i ai-i a7.) 

No. a4 in IC.157.30 
Stephens, Henry Pottinger. 
fiillee Taylor, or "The reward of virtue." Original nautical 
comic opera in a acts. By Henry P. Stephens and Ed- 
ward Solomon. lC.3aa.38 
Claude Duval, or love and larceny. Romantic comic opera. 
Music by Edward Solomon. No. i in ic.3aa.4x 
Little Jack Sheppard. Burlesque drama. Selections of 
words and music. Written by H. P. Stephens and W. 
Yardley. Music by Meyer Lutz, Arthur Cecil, Hamilton 
Clarke, and Florian Pascal [pseud.]. No. a in lC.a87.3 
Lord Bateman, or Picotee's pledge. New comic opera. 
Music by Edward Solomon. No. a in lC.3aa4z 
The red hussar. A comedy-opera. Music by Edward 
Solomon. No. a in ic.3a3.i 
Virginia; or ringing the changes. A new and original 
comic opera. Composed by Edward Solomon. 

No. a in ic.3aa40 
Stephens, William. 
Te Deum laudamus, fiir Chor und Soli mit Orgel- oder 
Pianofortebegleitung. Englisch-Deutsch. Partitur. Leip- 
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Stephenaon, Benjamin Charles. 
Doris. A comedy opera. Music by Alfred Cellier. ic.a75.35 
Dorothy. A comedy opera. Music by Alfred Cellier. 

lC.a75.36 

The golden web. Comedy opera by F. Corder and B. C. 

Stephenson. Music by Arthur Goring Thomas. lC4oa.57 

Out of sight. Opera. Music by Frederic Clay. lC.a91.ao 

Sterb' ich, so hullt. Song, Wolf, H. Italienisches Lieder- 

buch. Band a. lC.38o.a9.a 

Sterbende, Der. Song. Kuhlau. 3 Gesange. No. 27 in ic.aaz.30 

Sterbende, Die. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie ao, 

Band a. lC.3i7.x.ao.a 

Sterbende Krieger, Der. Overture. Moody, M. No. 3 in ic.343.a8 

Sterbini, Cesare. 

Le barbier de Seville, ou la pr^aution inutile. Op^ra- 

comique en 4 actes, d'apris Beaumarchais et le drame 

italien [de Sterbini]. Paroles ajust^es sur la musique de 

Rossini par Castil-Blaze [pseud.], ae Edition. Paris. 

Castil-Blaze. i8a8. No. 6 in IC.370.37 

The libretto mdj. 

Same. Le barbier de Seville. Parodi^ sous la musique de 

Paesiello. ic.a93.a1 

Same. Paroles ajust^es sur la musique de Rossini, par 

Castil-Blaze [pseud.]. ic.a64.a6; etc 

[Torvaldo e Dorliska.] Dorvaldo e Dorliska. Dramma 

semiseria. Musica del Sig<'« Giovacchino Rossini. 

ic.60.14; etc. 
Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver. 
Remuneration. [Song, s. Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In 

Arnim. A Selection of German national melodies. Vol. 

I, pp. 38, 39.) No. 16 in ic.aia.ai.x 



Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver. (Continued.) 
Star of the silent eve. [Trio, s. s. a. Accomp. for piano- 
forte.] London. Leader & Cock. [185-?] 

No. a3 in lCa44.xo.3 
Stem, Adolf. 
Die Amazone. Operette. Nach dem gleichnamigen Schwank 
von G. von Moser und E. Thun bearbeitet von Fr. W. 
Wulff und A. Stern. Musik von Franz von Blon. 

M.399.7X 
Zur Sacular-Feier Beethovens. Cantate. Componirt fur 
Chor, Soli und Orchester von Franz Liszt. 

No. I in lC.z94.ax 
Stem, Julius. 
Bilder des Orients. Gedichte von H. Stieglitz. Fur Sopran 
Oder Tenor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte componirt von 
Julius Stern. Leipzig. Klemm. [184^?] No. la in lC.aaz.30 
C0ntttas, — Vor Fittne't Zelt. — Blumeagnias. — OflMr't Wachtlled. 
Compositionen von Jul. Stern, F. Mohring und Otto Tieh- 
sen. Lieder und Gesange mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. 
Berlin. Bote & Bock. [185-?] No. 8 in lC.a36.8 

CotUMU. — Stern: Ang* tind Meer [•.] ; Der Abechled [t.] ; AbicUedft- 
Lied einet Frenkftirtcr Handwcrksbnrecliea [bab.]. 

Deutsche Gesange fiir eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des 
Pianoforte. Berlin. Bote & Bock. [185-?] 

No. 17 in icmU 

Contgnts. — Det raft lo lant [1. o. T.].' — Die ffffclning Ca. a aj. — 
Fr6hlinttUebe [t. o. t.]. — Teliemeae U. o. bJ. — Wandera [a. o. aj. 

— Weil ich nicht andert kuin [a. o. a.]. 

Der deutsche Rhein. [Gesang, a. oder bae. Mit Pianoforte- 
Begleitung.] Berlin. Simion. [1840?] No. 13 in lC.aax.30 

Ftinf Gesange fur eine Singstimme [s. o. t.] mit Begleitung 

des Pianoforte. Op. i. Berlin. Crantz. [1839?] 

No. II inlC.aax.30 
CoiUtnts. — Geliebter wo saodert dein irrender Fata. — Singen Lieder. 

— Abtchied. — Wieierfehrt. — Die Lordcy. 

Geistliche Ouverture. Op. 9. Grande partition. Berlin. 

Schlesinger. [ 185-?] No. 7 in lC.34a.38 

Mein Heimatland, mein Vaterland. [Mannerchor.] (In Das 

Rutli. Pp. 13a, 133.) No. 53 in ICX474 

Soldaten-Abschied. [Mannerchor.] (In Regensburger 

Liederkranz. Pp. 6, 7.) No. 3 in lC.xa9a44 

Alio to be foond in Du RfltlL 

Stem, Julius, editor. 

Bach, J. S. Passion music (according to the Gospel of St 

Matthew). IC.X53.X 

Stem, Der, der Liebe. Part-song, GtoacB, V., of Hanoiver, 

Sechs Gedichte. No. i in ICX55.X7 

Stem, Der, der Liebe. Song. Wollamk. No. 13 in lC.aax.3s 

Stem, Rose und Zephyr. Part-song. Mublles, F. F. G. 

No. 9 in lC.a44.xx 
Stem, Der, von Bethlehem. Oratorio, For the Music see Kid. 
Stem, Der, von Turan. Opera. For the Music see Wneerat. 

For the Libretto see Wichert. 
Stem Winter's loud blasts. Song, Barth6lbmon, M. 6 Eng- 
lish and Italian songs. No. 4 in lC.aax.3a 
Sternan, C. O., pseud. See Inkermann, Otto. 
Sterachen, Das. Part-song. Krbmsbr. No. 34 in lC.39a.x3 
Sterne, Die. Part-song. 

Brah-Mueller. Nachtlieder. No. 10 in lC.39a.37 

Schneider, J. C. F. No. 8a in ic.ax3.9 

Steme, Die. Song. Blumenthal. Sais-tu. No. a4 in ic.a44.x 
Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie ao. Band a, 3, 6, 9. 

lC.3X7.x.ao.a»3A9 
Steme mit den goldnen Ftisschen. Song, Franz, R. Sechs 

Gesange. Op. 30. No. 85 in lC.a44.5.a 

Steme, Die, schau'n in stiller Nacht. Song. Mbndblssohn- 

Bartholdy, J. L F. Werke. Serie 19. IC4X3.3.X9 

Steme sind schweigende Siegel. Part-song. Libbb, £. L. 

No. 31 in lC.39a.4a.x 
Stemengebet Opera. For the Music and Libretto see 

Wagner, S. 
Stemenkoenigin, Die. Part-song. Lindpaintner. 

No. 6 in lCaax.s 
Stemenmaedchen, Das. Opera. For the Music see Kaner. 

Stemennacht, Die. Part-song. 

Abt, F. Leichte Mannerchore. No. 97 in lC.a46.aa 



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Sterneimacht. Die. Part-song. (Contmued.) 
Bbschnitt. Drei Lieder fur Mannerchor. Op. 4a. 

No. 14 in M.39a.35 

Gblbke. No. 33 in M.39a.9; etc. 

Stemeniwechte, Die. Song. Schubert, F. P. Werke. Serie 

ao, Band 6. M.317.X.90.6 

Stemenwelten^ Die. Song. Schubert, P. P. Werke. Serie 

20, Band 3. M.3X7.x.ao.3 

Stemfeld, Richard. 

Hans von Bulow. Leipzig. Fritzsch. 1894. No. 4 in M.907.3 

Stemleiiiy Das. Song. Kubcken. No. 16 in 11.244.6.3 

Stemlciii, Die. Song. Taubbrt, C G. W. Klange aus der 

Kinderwelt. Heft 7. No. 11 in lf.x9a.7;etc. 

Stemlein mit den goldnen Ftissen. Song. Am, F. Sechs 

Lieder. Op. 119. No. 18 in ic.x9a.a 

Stem'sche Gesangverein, Berlin. 

Der Stem'sche Gesangverein in den ersten 25 Jahren seines 

Bestehens. Ein Riickblick. [Berlin. 1862.] 

No. 3 in lf.xx5.xa 
Stet quicunque. Motet. Lassus. Sammtliche Werke. Band 11. 

M.8o4oa.67.xx 
StetB barg die Liebe sie. Song. Haydn, F. J. Gesaenge. 
Heft x. No. I in 11.3x2.35 

StevenierB, Jacques. 
Le marshal ferrant. Op6ra comique en i acte. Paroles 
d'apris QuetUnt. Musique de J. Steveniers. Partition 
chant & piano. Paris. Katto. [1862.] No. 2 in If. 32343 
Stevens, Alphonse. 
Um die Weberin. (De Vlas gaard.) Lyrisches Drama. 
Vlamisch von Ren6 de Clercq und Alphonse Stevens. 
Musik von Josef Vandermeulen. lf.378.2a 

Stevens, Charles Isaac. 
An essay on the theory of music. Inaugural-Dissertation, 
Gottingen. Gottingen. 1863. No. 10 in if .207.26 

Stevens, David K. 
{Baron Humbug.] Hungarian musical play in two acts, 
entitled Baron Humbug. Book by R. A. Bamet. Music 
by Lewis S. Thompson. Lyrics by D. K. Stevens and 
R. A. Barnet. lf.397.68 

The show girl. A musical play. Book by R. A. Bamet. 
Lyrical collaborator, D. K. Stevens. Music by H. L. 
Heartz, E. W. Corliss. lf.382.30 

Stevens, F. G. 
The truth about Mrs. Weldon: her life and character. 
Leicester. Gibbons & Co. 1886. Portrait. 

No. 4 in If .208.13 
Stevens, Richard John Samuel. 
Although soft sleep. Glee. For 8. s. a. t. b. (In Hullah. 
The Singer's library. Secular. Pp. 30-32.) 

No. 33a in lf.X57.2 
Ask me why I bring. Glee [a. t. t. b.]. (In Webbe, Jr. 
Convito armonico. Vol. 4, pp. 424-^428.) No. 22 in if .234.34 
Blow, blow, thou winter wind. Glee. (In Boosey's Stand- 
ard English glees. Vol. i, pp. 45-48.) No. 10 in lf.X57.7 
Also to be found in HulUh't Part mtiaie. Secular; NovcUo't Glee-hlTe; 
Tnrle and Taylor's The People's music book; Warren's Cockt's Hand- 
book of glees. 

Bragela. Glee [s. s. b.]. With accomp. for 2 performers 

on one piano. Preston. [182-?] 

No. 43 in lf.235.x4; No. 12 in if .237.7 
Also to be found In The Bbumonist 

The cloud cap't towers. Glee [a. a. T. t. B. b.]. London. 
Novello. [184^? The musical times.] No. 3 in if .X58.20 

Also to be found in Musical timea [Muaic] ; Turle and Taylor's The 
People's music book; for s. s. a. t. S. a. in Boosey's Standard English 
glees; Hullah's The Singer's library; for a. A. t. t. b. b. in Leslie's 
Caaaell's Choral music 

Consolsl consols 1 Catch [for 5 voices]. (In Warren. Col- 
lection of catches. Vol. 4, p. loi.) No. 32 in if .220.94 

Crabbed age and youth. Glee. (In Boosey's Standard 
English glees. Vol. i, pp. 215-219.) No. 43 in if.x57.7 

Also to be found In Hullah's Part music Secular; Norello's Glee- 
hiTc; Parker's The Orphean lyre; Turle and Taylor's The People's 
music book; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of gl^a. 

Doubt thott the stars are fire. Glee for 4 voices. (In 
Warren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. Vol. 2, pp. 207, 
208.) No. 52a in If .X57.6.2 



Stevens, Richard John Samuel. (Contmued.) 
Prom Oberon in fairy land. Glee. (In Boosey's Standard 
English glees. Vol. i, pp. 70-77.) No. 15 in lf.z57.7 

Also to be found in Hullah's I^ music Secular; Norello's Glee-bhrc 

It was a lover and his lass. Glee [s. 8. a. t. b.]. (In The 

Apollo. Vol. 7> PP' 553*558^) No. 16 in if .X39a.x8.7 

Also to be found In Bland's The Ladles' collection; Qementi's Vocal 
harmony; Collection of glees and catches; The Harmonist; NotcIIo's 
Glec-hiTc ; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of glees ; Warren's Collection 
of catches. 

O mistress mine. [Glee, s. s. a. x. b.] (In The Harmonist 
Vol. 6, pp. 1-6.) No. I in M. 2x8.8.6 

O nightingale. Glee [s. s. a t. b.]. (In Warren. Collection 
of catches. Vol. 4, pp. 31-33.) No. 8 in If .220.94 

Prithee, foolish boy. Glee [a t. b.] . (In The Apollo. VoL 

2> pp. 97-99*) No. 7 in lf.X39a.x8.2 

Also to be found in dementi's Vocal harmony; Same, ^d edition; 
Warren's Collection of catches ; Webbe, Jr.'s CouTito armonicc 

See what horrid tempests. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Clementi. 

Vocal harmony. Vol. 4, pp. 399-405.) No. 16 in lf.235.94 
Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches. 

Sigh no more, ladies. Glee [a a t. t. b.]. (In Amusement 
for the ladies. Vol. 4, pp. 157-163.) No. 46 in M. 220.34 

Also to be found in Warren's Collection of catches; for t. t. b. in 
The Apollo; Blend's The Ladies' collection; dementi's Vocal hfer^ 
mony ; Collection of glees and catches; The Harmoolat; f or s. s. A. t. a. 
in Booaey's Standard Bngliah gleea; Muaical tlmea [Music]. 

Sigh no more, ladies. [Song, x. Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

London. Longman & Broderip. [179-?] No. 13 in if .237.2 
Sweet muse. Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Warren. Collection of 

catches. Vol. 4, pp. 3-7.) No. i in lf.220.94 

Tell me where is fancy bred. Glee. For s. s. s. t. Words 

by^hakespear. (/n Hullah. The Singer's library. Secular. 

Pp. 141-143.) No. a8 in lf.x57.2 

To be gazing. [Glee, a t. t. t. b.] (In Clementi. Vocal 

harmony, ad edition. Vol. 6, pp. 111-115.) 

No. 17 in If .234.2.6; No. 17 in lf.235.9.6 
What shall he have? Glee [a t. t. b.]. (In Warren.^Col- 

lection of catches. Vol. 3, pp. 336-338.) 

No. 126 in If .2204).3 

When the toil of day is o'er. Glee. (In Boosey's Standard 

English glees. Vol. i, pp. 225-228.) No. 46 in if .157.7 

Also to be found in Hullah'a Part music. Secular; Warren's Cocks's 
Hand-book of gleea. 

Wherefore burn. Glee [a a t. t. b.] (In Warren. Col- 
lection of catchs. Vol. 3, pp. 378-382.) No. 134 in if .22a9.3 

Ye spotted snakes. Glee. London. Longman & Broderip. 
[1784?] No. 5 in If •X20.3X ; No. 6 in lf.340.x5 

Same. Novello. [185-? The Musical times.] 

No. 2 in lf.z58.20 
Also to be found in The Apollo; Boosey's Standard Engllah gleea; 
Clementi'a Collection of catchea; Qementi's Vocal harmony; The 
Harmoniat; Hullah'a Part music Secular; Leslie's Caaaell'a Choral 
music ; Musical times [Music] ; Turle and Taylor's The People's 
muaic book; Warren's Cocks's Hand-book of gleea; Warren's Collee- 
tion of catchea; Webbe, Jr.'a CouTito armonico. 

Stevens, Richard John Samuel, editor. 
Sacred music for i, 2, 3 & 4 voices, from the works of the 
most esteemed composers, Italian and English. Vol. i, 2. 
London. [180-?] 2 v. in i. M.234^ 

With figured baaa. 

Stevenson, Sir John Andrew. 
Alas, poor Lubin. [Duet, t. t. Accomp. for pianoforte.] 

(In The Harmonist. Vol. 5, pp. 62-^.) No. 20 in M.2X8A5 
The Bedouins, or Arabs of the desert. A comic opera in 3 

acts written by Eyles Irwin. Composed by Sir J. A. 

Stevenson. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Gould- 

ing, Phipps, D'Almaine & Co. [1802.] No. i in M.39X.67 
"Border feuds," or the Lady of Buccleuch. A musical drama 

in three acts. Founded on Scott's "The lay of the last 

minstrel." The music by Sir John Stevenson. [Accomp. 

for pianoforte.] London. Goulding & Co. [182-?] 

No. 2 in M.39X.50; No. 2 in M.39X.67 
Come, buy iny cherrys. Catch [for 4 voices]. (In The 

Apollo. Vol. 3, p. 215.) No. 15 in M.X39a.x8.3 

Also to be found in Bland's The Ladies' collection; The Harmoolat; 
Warren'a Cocka'a Hand-book of gleea. 

Come, my heroes. Glee [a. t. b.]. (In Bland. The Ladies' 
collection. Vol. i, p. 9.) No. 18 in M.235.X7.X 



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Stevenson, Sir John Andrew. (Continued,) 

Come unto these yellow sands. Glee [s. s. b.], with an 

accomp. for a performers on one piano forte. Dublin. 

Hime. [182-?] No. 24 in lC.a35.14 

The fisherman's glee [s. a. t. b.]. (In Parker. The Orphean 

lyre. Series 3, pp. 10-15.) No. 2 in 11.237.9 

Also to be found in PUistow't Part-tongt. 

Go forth to the mount. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music. 

Vol. 3, pp. 43-45*) No. 5 >n M.aai.aa.3 

Hail, lovely sounds. Glee. (In Bland. The Ladies' collec- 
tion. Vol. 4, pp. 452-454.) No. 103 in 1c.a35.174 
Hark I the vesper hymn. [Quartet. • Accomp. for organ.] 

Boston. Tolman & Co. 1866. No. 8 in iCigaS 

111 think on thee. Duett [s. t. Accomp. for pianoforte]. 

(In The Harmonist. Vol. 3> PP- ^7-30.) No. 8 in ic.ai8.8.3 
Let us the fleeting hours enjoy. Glee [s. s. b.]. (In Bland. 

The Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, pp. 424, 425.) 

N0.92inic.a35.174 
The Lord is my strength. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Hullah. The Singer's library. Sacred. P. 21-24.) 

No. 32 in IC.157.3 
Love and madness. Song [s. or t.]. With accomp. for 
" harp or pianoforte. [Oxford. Hardy. 18 — ?] 

No. 4 in ic.a35.14 
Mary, I believe thee true. A song [t.], with accomp. for 

the pianoforte. London. Balls. [181-?] No. 39 in ic.a37.7 
Now morn is blushing. [Spng, s. or t.] From Lalla Rookh. 

London. Power. [185-?] No. 6 in ic.a36.a 

Now steals the punctual hour. Glee. (In Bland. The 

Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, pp. 477-481.) 

No. ii6inlC.!i35.i74 
O Lord, our Governor. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] 

(In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music. 

Vol. 3, pp. 5-25.) No. I in lC.aaz.aa.3 

The original boat glee, See our bark scuds o'er the main 

[s. A. Bw]. (In Warren. Cocks's Hand-book of glees. 

Vol. 3, pp. 17-24.) No. 7 in IC.157.6.3 

The patriot, or hermit of Saxellen. A melo drama. The 

words by H. B. Code. The music composed by Sir John 

A. Stevenson. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Gould- 

ing, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [1810?] lC.39x.68 

Prepare, ye nymphs. [Glee, 8. a. b.]. (In Parker. The 

Orphean lyre. Series 3, pp. 64-68.) No. 15 in lC.a37.9 

The Russian sacrifice, or the buming'of Moscow. A grand 

melodrama. Written by H. B. Code. The music by J. 

Stevenson. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] London. Gould- 

ing & Co. [181-?] No. I in lC.39x.69 

See our oars with feather'd spray. Glee. (In Boosey's 

Standard English glees. Vol. i, pp. 36-29.) 

No. 6 in IC.157.7 

Alio to be found in Muiical tJact [Mvric] ; Warren's Cocks't Htnd- 
book of glees. 

Spanish patriots, a thousand years ago. A dramatic ro- 
mance. The words by H. B. Code. The music composed 
by Sir John A Stevenson. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] 
London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. [181-?] 

No. 2 in ic.39x.69 

Take, O take those lips away. Glee. (In Bland. The 
Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, pp. 434-437.) 

No. 95 in lC.a35.x74 

They play'd in air. Glee. (In Bland. The Ladies' collec- 
tion. Vo