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FOR SINGING IN THE OPEN AIR. 



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IN VOCAL SCORE, 



WITH ENGLISH AND GERMAN WORDS', 



BY 



FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY. 



Op. 59. 



Price Is. Ad. 



LONDON : 
ALFRED NOVELLO, 69, DEAN STREET, SOHO, ANH 3.i 

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NOVELLO'S GLEE-HIVE, ° 

A Collection of popular Glees and Madrigals, in Vocal Score, with ad lib. Accompaniment 

for Pianoforte. 

COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES, 

Handsomely Bound in Cloth, Gilt Lettering, price 8s. each Volume. 

PREFACE to THIRD and LAST VOLUME. 

In the Three Volumes of Novello's " Glee-Hive" are stored Eighty-Three of the best Glees and Madrigals, 
they are presented in a convenient and portable form, at a price to place them within the power of every Glee- 
lover who may wish to possess them. Classes will be enabled to select many programmes of sufficient variety from 
this selection; and it is hoped that many a summer- ramble and picnic will be made "most musical" by the 
presence of Novello's " Glee-Hive" well used. It should be remembered that the effect on these latter occasions 
is better produced by some familiar favorite, courageously trolled forth by those who feel at ease by frequent 
rehearsal, than by some less-well-executed novelty ; it is, therefore, deemed that the present collection is sufficiently 
extensive, but if, in the course of time, a further extension should be needed, the weekly issue can be then resumed. 



No. 
2 All creatures now (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) John Beuet. 4d. 
31 Are the white hours for ever fled (Glee, a.t.t.b.) 

Dr. Callcott. 4d. 
44 Arise, awake (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) Thomas Morley. 3d. 

7 As it fell upon a day (Glee, s.a.t.b.) 

Earl of Momington. 4d. 

58 As on a Summer's Day (Glee, a.t.t.b.) J.S. Smith. 4d. 

9 As now the shades of eve (Glee, s.s.a.b.) Dr.Cooke. 3d. 

28 As Vesta was (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) Thos. Weelkes. 6d. 

50 Beauties have you seen a Toy (Glee, a.a.t.t.b.) 

Charles Evans. 3d. 
12 BlestpairofSirens(Glee,s.s.A.T.B.) J. Stafford Smith. 4d. 

25 Blow, blow, thou winter wind (Glee, s.a.t.b.) 

R. J. S. Stevens. 3d. 
79 Come, shepherd swains, (Madrigal, a.t.b.) 

John Wilbye, 1609. 2d. 

50 Cold Winter's Ice is fled and gone (Glee, s.s.a.t.b) 

Thomas Weelkes. 2d. 

Come, bounteous May (Glee, a. a. t.k.s.)R. Spofforth. 3d. 

8 Come, shepherds, follow me (Madrigal, s.a.t.b.) 

J. Benet 2d. 

51 Come live with me (Glee, a.t.t.b.) Samuel Webbe. 2d. 

60 Come, Fairies, trip it on the grass (Glee, t.t.b.) 

John Parry. 4d. 

61 Crabbed Age and Youth (Glee, a.t.t.b.) 

R. J. S. Stevens. 2d. 
69 Come, bind my hair (Glee, a.t.b.) Battishill. 4d. 

71 Come, see what pleasure (Glee, s.a.t.t.b.) J. Elliot. 3d. 

14 Cynthia, thy song (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) Gio. Croce. 3d. 
36 Dainty fine bird (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) 0. Gibbons. 2d. 
49 Deserter's Meditations (Glee, s.a.t.b.) 

Samuel Harrison. 2d. 

26 Die not fond man (Madrigal, s.s.a. a.t.b.) J.Ward. 5d. 
20 Discord, dire sister (Glee, a.t.t.b.) S. Webbe. 2d. 
83 Due begl' occhi lucente (Madrigal s.s.a.t.b.) 

Giovan Pizzoni. 3d. 
77 Fair Orian (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) John Hilton. 4d. 

62 Fair Nymphs (Madrigal, s.s.a. a.t.b..) John Farmer. 4d. 

66 Father of heroes (Glee, a.t.t.b.b.) Dr. Callcott. 4d. 
10 Fire, fire, my heart (Ballet, s.s.a.t.b.) Thos. Morley. 3d. 

4 Flora now calleth (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) J.S.Smith. 4d. 

1 From Oberon, in Fairy Land (Glee, s.a.t.b.) 

R. J. S. Stevens. 4d. 
22 Go, idle boy (Glee, s.t.t.b.) ... Dr. Callcott. 3d. 
34 Grace before and after meat. Various authors. 5d. 

67 Great Apollo, strike the lyre (Glee, s.s.t.b.) 

Samuel Webbe. 3d. 
24 Hand in hand (Glee, s.s.b. & chorus, s.s.a.t.b.) 

Dr. Cooke. 5d. 

15 Hark the curfew's solemn sound (Glee, s.s.b. 1 

T. Attwood. 3d. 
75 Hail, smiling mom (Glee, a.t.t.b.) R Spofforth. 2d. 
74 Health to my dear (Glee, a.t.b.b.) R. Spofforth. 2d. 
41 Hence, all ye vain delights (Glee, s.s.a.t.t.b. ) 

S. Webbe. 4d. 
83 Idler ; gaze not on beauty! (Madrigal s.s.a.t.b.) 

Giovan Pizzoni. 3d. 
19 I follow, lo, the footing (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) 

Morley. 3d. 
73 In the lonely vale of streams (Glee, s.a.t.b.) 

Dr. Callcott. 4d. 
52 If love and all the world (Glee, a.t.t.b.) S.Webbe. 2d. 



No. 

49 If sadly thinking, and spirits sinking (Glee, s.a.t.b. 

Samuel Harrison. 
40 In pride of May (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) T. Weelkes, 

42 I sigh, as sure to wear the fruit (Madrigal, s.a.t.b. 

F. Pilkington. 
33 It was a lover and his lass (Glee, s.s.a.t.b.) 

R. J. S. Stevens. 
.65 In going to my lonesome bed, (Madrigal, s.a.t.b. 

Richard Edwards. 

16 Let me careless (Madrigal, s. a.t.b.b.) T. Linley. 

46 Lady when I behold (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) 

J. Wilbye. 
57 Lightly she tripped (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) 

John Mundy, M.B. 
21 My bonny lass she smileth(Ballet,s.A.T.T.B.) Morley. 
55 My Dear Mistress had a Heart (Glee, a.t.t.b.) 

Reginald Spofforth. 
18 O Happy Fair (Trio, s.s.b.) ... W. Shield. 

15 O snatch me swift (Glee, s.a.t.b. b.) Dr. Callcott. 
30 Oriana's Farewell (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) T. Bateson. 

53 Old May Morning (Glee, s.a.t.b.) Vincent Novello. 
59 O that the learned Poets (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) 

Orlando Gibbons. 

47 Peace to the souls of the heroes (Glee, a.t.b.) 

Dr. Callcott. 
29 Queen of the Valley (Glee, a.t.t.b.b.) Dr. Callcott. 
27 Return, blest days (Glee, a.t.t.b.) J. S. Smith. 
4S Round about her chariot (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) 

Ellis Gibbons. 

82 Siatavertiti (Madrigal, s.a.t.t.b.) Giovanni Foretti. 

6 Sosaithmy fair (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) L.Marenzio. 

80 So lovely is thy dear self (Glee, s.s.a.t.) 

John Benet. 

17 Stay, Coiydon (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) ... Wilbye. 
3 Swiftly from the mountain's brow (Glee, s.a.t.b.) 

S. Webbe. 
39 Strike the lyre (Glee, a.t.t.b.) ... T. Cooke. 
35 The mighty conqueror (Glee, a.t.t.b.) S. Webbe. 
38 The Lady Oriana (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.t.b.) J. Wilbye. 
72 Thyrsis, sleepest thou (Madridal, s.a.t.b.) 

J. Bennett. 

43 To all you ladies now on land (Glee, t.t.b.) 

Dr. Callcott. 

54 The Sisters of the Sea (Glee, s.a.t.b.) W.Jackson. 

63 The Friar of Orders Grey, (Glee,s.s.B.) Dr.Callcott. 
70 To love I wake the silver string (Double chorus) 

S. Webbe. 

81 Wanton Gales (Glee, a.t.t.b.) ... S. Webbe. 
78 Weep, silly soul (Madrigal, a.a.t.b.) John Benet. 
11 Where the bee sucks (Glee, s.s.t.b.) Jackson. 
23 While fools their time (Glee, a.t.t.b.) J.S.Smith. 
32 When all alone (Madrigal, s.s.a.t.b.) G. Converso. 
37 When shall we three meet again (Glee, s.s.b.) 

M. P. King. 
76 When flow'ry meadows (Madrigal, s.a.t.b.) 

Palestrina, 1590. 

64 With sighs sweet rose (Glee, a.t.t.b.) Dr. Callcott. 
68 While the bright sun (Madrigal, s.a.t.b.) ll'.Byrd. 
13 Ye Nightingales so pleasant and 60 gay 

(Madrigal, s.a.t.t.b.) .... Orlando di Lasso. 

82 Young men I warn you Madrigal, s.a.t.t.b.) 

Giovanni Foretti. 



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London Sacred Music AVsrchouse, J. ALFRED NOVELLO, 69, Dean Street, Soho, and 35, Poultry ; 
, also in New York, at 389, Broadway. . 



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FOR SINGING IN THE OPEN AIR. 






SOPRANO, ALTO, TENOR, AND BASS, 



IN VOCAL SCORE, WITH ENGLISH AND GERMAN WORDS. 



COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO 



FRAU HENRIETTE BENECKE, 



EELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY. 

Op. 59. 
TO THE ORIGINAL GERMAN POETRY IS ADDED AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND ADAPTATION BY 

SABILLA NOVELLO. 



PRICE Is. 4d. THE SET. 
With which is given a condensed Pianoforte part for study. 



Or singly thus : 



No. 1. The Open Air 

„ 2. Early Spring 

,, 3. Farewell to the Forest 



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No. 4. The Nightingale 
„ 5. The Vale of Rest 
,, 6. Hunting Song 



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LONDON: 
J. ALFRED NOVELLO, 69, DEAN STREET, SOHO, AND S5, POULTRY ; 

ALSO IN NEW YORK, AT 389, BROADWAY. 
1856. 



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HUNTING SONG. 




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V. ElCHKNDORFF. 



AT THE REDUCED P RICES. 

NOVELLO'S EDITION OF THE WORKS OF 

FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY. 



4s. 



1 6 



A Hymn of Praise 

(Lobgesang). First Symphonia -Cantata for Voices and Instruments, arranged, with an 
Accompaniment for the Pianoforte, by the Author, Op. 52, 14s. Ditto, ditto, octavo size. 
The separate vocal parts, 4s. The full score, 42s. The separate orchestral parts, 70s 
No. 1. The Symphonia. Arranged as a Duet by the Author - - i 

2. All men, all things (Chorus), and Praise thou the Lord (S. Solo and Chorus) 2 

3. f Sing ye praises. Recit. and Air, Tenor - - - - 

4. \ All ye that cried. Chorus ------ 

6. I waited for the Lord. Duet (two Sopranos) and Chorus 

The sorrows of death. Solo, Tenor - 

The night is departing. Chorus - - - - - 

Let all men praise the Lord. Chorale .... 

My song shall alway be thy mercy. Duet, Soprano and Tenor 

Ye nations offer to the Lord. Chorus - - - - 

"As the Hart pants." 

The 42nd Psalm, for Soprano Solo, and Chorus, arranged, with an Accompaniment for the 

Pianoforte, by the Author, Op. 42, 5s. Ditto, ditto, octavo size, Is. 6d. 
The separate vocal parts, 2s. 6d. The full score, 18s. The separate instrumental parts, 18s. 



6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



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2 



No. 1. As the hart pants. Chorus, 4 Voices 

(This movement is also used as an Anthem.) 
The separate vocal parts - \ 

2. f For my soul thirsteth. S. Solo - - - - . 

3. { My tears, and For I had gone forth. S. Solo and Chorus. S.S.A. 

4. Why, my soul? Chorus ------ 

6. f My God, within me ------ 

6. ( The Lord hath commanded. S. Solo. T.T.B.B. 
„ f Why, my soul ? Chorus - - 

' ( Trust thou in God. Chorus - 

" When Israel out of Egypt came." 

The 114th Psalm, for Chorus, 8 Voices, and Instruments, arranged, with an Accompaniment 

for the Pianoforte, by the Author, Op. 51, 5s. 
The separate vocal parts, 3s. 6d. The full score, 15s. The separate orchestral parts, 14s. 6d. 

"St. Paul." 

An Oratorio ; the words selected from the Holy Scriptures, with an Accompaniment for the 
Pianoforte, arranged by the Author, Op. 36, 21s. Second Edition, with an Outline En- 
graving from Raffaele's Cartoon of ' Paul preaching at Athens,' engraved by W. Humphrys. 
Ditto, ditto, octavo size, 6s. 6d. 



The separate vocal parts 

-orchestral parts 



- 10 

- 70 

- 80 



The Choruses arranged as Duets for 
the Pianoforte, in three Books, — 
Books 1 and 3, 3s. 6d. each ; Book 2 



The full score 

THE FOLLOWING PIECES MAY ALL BE HAD SINGLY 



3 3 



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1 The Overture, as a Duet, arranged 

by the Author - - 1 

2 Lord, thou alone. Chorus 

3 f To God on high be thanks 

4 { And the many that believed 

6 Men, brethren, and fathers (Ste- 

phen's Song). Tenor -10 

7 Jerusalem, thou that killest the 

prophets. Soprano solo - 9 

8 Stone him to death. Chorus -10 

.^ J To thee, Lord. Recit. & Choral JO 6 

11 Happy and blest are they. Chorus 1 3 

12 Consume them all. Bass solo -10 

13 But the Lord is mindful of His 



own. Alto solo 

\ Saul, Saul, why persecutest. Chos 
Rise up ; arise. Chorus 
Sleepers, wake, a voice is calling. 
Chorale - - - 

God, have mercy. Bass solo - 

1 praise, thee, Lord. Bass solo 
and Chorus 

0, great is the depth. Chorus - 

Now we are ambassadors. Duet, 

Tenor and Bass 



15 

16 

18 

20 

22 
25 



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26 



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How lovely are the messengers. 
Chorus - 

27 I will 6ing of thy great mercies. 

Soprano solo 

28 Thus saith the Lord. Chorus - 

29 O thou, the true and only Light. 

Chorale - - - 

30 C But Paul and Barnabas 
31^ For so hath the Lord. Duet, 

( Tenor and Bass 

32 /And there was a man. Recitative 

33 \ The Gods themselves. Chorus - 

35 Oh ! be gracious, ye immortals. 

Chorus - 

36 Know ye not that ye are His temple. 

Bass solo - - - 

40 Be thou faithful unto death. Tenor 

solo, with Violoncello Obligato 

41 ( And Paul sent. Recitative - \ •. 

42 { Far be it from thy path. Chorus f 

43 See what love hath the Father. 

Chorus - - - 

44 f And though he be offered. Recit. 1 

45 { Not only unto him. Chorus - J 
17, 19, 21, and 32. Recitatives - 1 



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FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY'S WORKS (Continued). 
" Come, let us sing." 

The 95th Psalm, for four Voices, with Pianoforte Accompaniment, arranged by the Author 

Op. 46, 5s. Full score, 15s. 

Separate vocal parts - - 2 10J | Separate orchestral parts - - 21 

Each movement singly thus : — 



1 O come, let us worship. T. solo 

and chorus - - 1 3 

2 Come, let us sing. Chorus - 2 

3 In his hands. Duet, S.S. - 1 



For His is the sea. T. solo and 
chorus - - - 1 

Henceforth when you hear. T. solo 
and chorus - - 1 







" Not unto us, O Lord." 

The 115th Psalm, for Voices and Instruments, arranged, with an Accompaniment for the 
Pianoforte, by the Author, Op. 31, 2s. 

Novella's Cheap Classics. 





This 


forms 


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40 


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Pianoforte score 
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(Strings) 


- 




- 2 

- 6 




4 



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- 2 



3 Motetts for Treble Voices, Op. 39. 

Composed for the Convent of Trinita da Monte, at Rome, with Accompaniment for 

Organ or Piano. 

1 Veni Domine (G minor), 3 Voices, Is. — The separate vocal parts of ditto, 4Jd. 

2 Laudate Pueri (E[>), 3 v. and chorus, Trebles, Is. 6d. — Separate vocal parts of ditto, 9d. 

3 Sun-exit pastor (G major), Duet and Quartett, 2s. — Separate vocal parts of ditto, Is. 3d. 

3 Anthems for Treble Voices, Op. 39. 

Adapted to the Psalms for the use of English Cathedral Service, by T. A. Walmisley. 

1 Hear my prayer. Ps. 102, v. 1, 2, Is. — The separate vocal parts of ditto, 2Jd. 

2 O praise the Lord. Ps. 103, v. 21 ; Ps. 113, v. 2, Is. 6d.— Separate vocal parts of ditto, 4Jd. 

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*161 Blessed for ever are they Spohr 
"127 ' brightest and best Avison 

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♦137 But the Lord is mindful of his own 

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8 Call to remembrance Farrant 

M48 Charity (La Carita) G. Rossini 

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•40 Come, if you dare Purcell 

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*83 Catch on Tobacco Dr. Aldrich 

*130 Calm is the Glassy Ocean Mozart 

*134 Christmas G. A. Macfarren 

{Comeuntotheseyellowsands Purcell 
Full fathom live ... Purcell 

Gently touch the warbling Lyre 
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•146 Dulce Domum John Reading 

7 Four Rounds for three voices 
34 Flora gave me fairest flowers Wilbye 
*136 Glorious Apollo S. Webbe 

3 Hail! all hail! thou merry Weber 
5 Hail ! smiling morn Spofforth 

7 Hark, the bonny Christ Church 

Bells Dean Aldrich 

•67 Hark, the Lark Dr. Cooke 

* 150 Harvest-Home Dr. Ions 

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1 1 Here, in cool grot Lord Mornington 
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79 Huntsman's Chorus Weber 



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*76 & 77 Have mercy, O Lord Mozart 
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25 In J udah God is known Mendelssohn 
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*116 Incline Thine Ear to me Himmel 
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*114 {^etus now goeven unto Bethlehem 

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*48 Monody on Mendelssohn Schneider 

*45 May-day Miiller 

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*89 Mark'd you her eye R. Spofforth 

•111 My Love's like thered Rose Knyvett 

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*S7 Now is the month of Maying Morley 

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f O Lord, my God ... Palestrina 
\Come, Holy Ghost ... Douland 
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(O Lord, we trust alone Handel 

\Laudate nomen Domini. Dr. C. Tye 
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem Scott 
Pray for the peace Novello 

Praise the Lord, O my soul Creighton 
Praise thou the Lord Mendelssohn 
Remember O Lord Dr. W. Boyce 
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Sleepers, wake Mendelssohn 

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Te Deum J. T. Cooper 

V Te Deum Jackson (of Exeter) 

The Lord is my strength Novello 
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f*The Lord is King Pittman 

\A Grace ... V. Novello 

There is a river Novello 

Thine, O Lord, is the greatness Kent 
Thou art gone to the grave Beethoven 
Thou visitest the earth Dr. Greene 
To God on high Mendelssohn 

To Thee, Great Lord Rossini 

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Turn thy face from my sins. Attwood 
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Veni, Creator Spritus Tallis 

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Sweet honey-sucking bees — Part I. 

Wilbye 
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Sweet peace descending Mozart 

Since first I saw your face T. Ford 
Summer is a coming in, for 4 Trebles 
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To Woden's Hall Purcell 

(The Blue Bells of Scotland 
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The Red Cross Knight Dr. Callcott 
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To Rome's Immortal Leader Mozart 
Wind, gentle evergreen 
Sr 15 When windsbreathe'soft Webbe 
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Who comes so dark? Callcott 

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Ye Spotted Snakes Stevens 



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