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•Canz., (M.S.) Schimon. 50c. 



1. DAL PROFONDO DELL' L IO.. Preghiera,.. . .(Con.) Campana. 50c 

From the depths. 

2. LA SERA 

Summer Evening. 

3. TRA LA LA Canz., (M.S.) Gordigiani. 50c, 

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4 - ILMA » Valzer, in 0, (Sop.) Arditi. 



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75c. 



. .(M.S.) Gounod. 30c 

. .(M.S.) Campana. 35. 

..(Con.) Guglielmo. 35< 

.(M.S.) Gordigiani. 50. 

.(M.S.) Geraldy. 35c. 



4 "'- Do do. inBfc(Jf.&) do. 75c. 

5. AVE MARIA Preghiera,. .. .(Sop.) Luzzi. 40c 

Ave Maria. 

6. FOSSI UN RONDINO, Rom, (Con.) Guglielmo. 35c. 

Oh ! if I were a swallow. 

p. IO T'AMERÒ, Rom., (MA) Stanzieri. 50c. 

I will love thee. 

8. QUANDO A TE LIETA, Rom,. 

"When to thy vision. 

9. NON TI SCORDAR DI ME, Rom, (M.S.) Campana. 35c. 

Never scorn my love. 

10. SEI TANTA BELLA Rom,.. 

Thou art too lovely. 

11. MAMMA, VOGLIO BALLARE, Scherzo, (M.S.) Gordigiani. 50 

Mother, let me dance. 

12. L'ANGELO D'AMORE, Rom,.. 

Thou art an angel. 

13. SANTISSIMA VERGINE, Canto prof,.. (M.S.) Gordigiani. 35c. 

Prayer to the Virgin. 

H. MATER DOLOROSA, Stornello,.. ■. .(M.S.) Schimon. 35c. 

Oh ! sweet Mother of sorrow. 

15. LA POLKA MAZURKA, Scena di danza, (-Sop.) De Giosa. 75c. 

Pol. Maz. Song. 

16. NON POSSO VIVERE SENZA DI TE I Arietta, (MS.) Campana. 50c. 

I can not live alone. 

17. NON M'AMAVA, Rom, (M.S.) Guercia. 50c. 

He never loved me. 

18. GIULIA GENTIL, Canz. popolare.. . (M. S.) Giamboni. 35c. 

Julia fair. 

19. AH! CHE ASSORTA Valzer, (Sop.) Venzano. 75c. 

Ah ! what rapture. 

20. IL SOSPIRO, Melodia, (Sop.) Vilanova. 50c. 

The sigh. 

21. I FIORE D'APRILE, Mazurka,. ... (Sop.) De Ferrari. 76c. 

Spring flowers. 

22. ANGELO MIO Romanza,. . .(M. S.) Guglielmo. 35c. 

My angel. 

23. L'ESTASI, .. ..Valzer, (Sop.) Arditi. 

Ecstasy. 

24. NOL SAI! Melodie, (Con.) Guercia 

Thou dost not know it ! 

25 - A TE! Rom > (M.S.) Campana. 30c. 

To thee. 

26. T'AMO, Rom, (M.S.) 

1 love thee. 

27. SOVVENIRI Melodia, (M.S.) 

souvenir. 

28. LA NOTTE E BELLA, Barcarola,. . .(M. 8.) Gordigiani. 35c 

The night ls fine. 

29. SE IO FOSSI UN ANGELO, Melodia, (M.S.) Guercia. 50c 

Were I an angel. 

30. LA PENSIEROSA, Rom. (M.S.y 'Carapàaa. &o' 

The unhappy maiden. "* " * \* % . . 

31. ERA UN ANGELO D'AMORE,.. . .Melodia, (M.S.) Campana. 35c.. 

'Twas an angel. ""' ■ " 



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.Rom., 



Net. 

.(M.S.) Guglielmo. 35c. 



.(Con.) Guercia. 
, .(M.S.) Sarmiento. 



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82 L'HO PERDUTA!. 

I have lost her. 




75c. 
35c. 



35c. 
50c 



.Rom,.. (Bar. or Con.) do. 



50c. 



33. SEMPRE FEDELE I 

Ever Faithful. 

34. PERCHE? Rom, (M.S.) Campana. 

Ah, why? 

35. PENSA A ME, Melodia,. 

Think of me. 

36. LU VASILLO, Canz. nap 

This kiss I offer. 

37. DAGHELA AVANTI UN PASSO, Canz. pop. Milanes, Giorza. 35c 

The handsome Drum-major. 

3S. CANTO D'AMORE,. Romanza, with flute oblig, (Con.) Campana. 50c 

Song of love. 

39. IL NOME DI MIA MADRE, (M.S.) Gordigiani. 35c 

My mother's name. 

40. LA ZINGARELLA, Bolero, (Sop.) De Giosa. 85c 

The Gipsy Maiden. 

41. LA SERENATA, Melodie Valaque,. .(Sop.) Braga. 50 c 

Angel's Serenade, 
'"'punto ; i ™ ; f u ^"i"--— il» or Violin accomp,.. do. 75c 

PIETÀ SIGNORE,..;. (Sop.) Stradella. 50c 

Lord ! have mercy. ^ r ^ 

(Alto.) do. ' 50c 

have mercy. • 

43. NON É VER! Rom. in F,.. .(Sop.) Mattei. 50c 

'Tis not true. 
43"*. Do do. inE^,.. (All.) do. 50c 

44. ALLORA ED OGGI, Canz, (M.S.) Coen. 35c 

Then and now. 

45. PERCHE OGGI NON É JIERI (MS.) Bendelari. 50c 

Tit for tat. 

46. L'USIGNUOLO MESSICANA, ....Polka (Sop.) Giorza. 75c 

Mexican Nightingale. 

47. IO TI VOGLIO BENE ASSAI ..Canz, (M.S.) Millard. 25c 

With all my heart I love you. 

48. NEL DIR MIO BEN Serenata,. . .(M.S.) Guglielmo. 35c 

1 Uve for thee only. 

49. TENEREZZA Rom, (S.) Brambilla. 60c 

Withhold thy tears, love. 

50. AMIAMO LA VITA! Canzone, (M.S.) Randegger. 65e 

Life let us love 1 

51. È VERI Romanza, 

'TU true. 

52. LA CAPRICCIOSA Canzone, in % (Sop.) Mattei 

Song of the Coquette. 

52«'- Do, do. in C, (Alto.) do. 75c. 

Song of the Coquette. 

53. CECCHINO, Canzonetta, (M.S.) Badia. 50c. 

I pass Love's happy Hour. 

54. IL GIUBILO Valzer, in % (Sop.) Rondinella. 65c. 

Love in its Jubilee. 

54"'- Do, do., in C, (MS.) do. 65c. 

65. SEI TROPPO BELLA! Canzonetta, (M.S.) Campana. 36c. 

Thy magic beauty. ^ 

56. ACCANTO A TEI Romanza, . .( Co?i. ) do. 60c. 

When near to Thee. 

57. LA FARFALLA Canzonetta, (M.S.) do. 60c. 

The Fire-fly. 

58. BELL' ASTRO Elegia (M.S.) do. 60c. 

Beautiful Star. 
ó£ DANZATBHCE'AWOROSA Scherzo (Sop.) Badia. 50c. 

A-i '' o'utf J, lii Love's soft measure. 

60.. LA ROSA Canzone, . .(M. S.) Mercadante. 36c. 

The Hojc. 
61 'SARAI: Canzonetta, (M.S.) Bianchi. 



(M.S.) Campana. 50c. 
75c. 



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A CHURCH MELOIIY. 



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Taubcrt, W., Birdie's Good-by. (Der 

lein Abschicd.1 $0 35 

Birdling in the Cradle. (Vflglein In dcr 

Wìcl'c.i Sop. E, Alto D, each 35 

Birdling in the Tree. (Sitzt ein VOg- 

leiu.) 65 

Dame Nightingale. (Frau Nucht gall.) 

Sop. or Alto, each 35 

I must sing. (Ich muss nun einmal 

singen.) 50 

Ti a March-Night. (In derMarznucht.) 

(i, Alio E, o:uli 50 

— slumber Song. (Wiegenlied.) Sop. 

or Alto, each 25 

«Hoiiias, A., Mignon: "Connata tu le 
I'avs." i Dost. thou know that sweet 
Land f) sop. K->, M.-Sop. D->, Alto C, 

each 50 

Tosti, F. P., Amove. (Love.) Valse. 

i.e. Sop. G, M.-Sop. 1<\ Alto E->, each. 50 

Dopo. (Alter) Sop. D, Alto Breach. 50 

Forever and forever, i.e. Sop. F, M.- 
Sop. lv>, Alt o C, each 35 

Good-by. Tenor A?, Sop. G, M.-Sop. 

F, Alto E->, each 50 

M'amasti mai. (Wast thou sincere?) 

i. e. M.-Sop 50 

Non m'ama pin. i lie loves me no 

more.) i.e. M.-Sop. or Bar 35 

Non me lo dite 1 (Oh. tell me not 1) 

i. f. e. Sop. lb. Alio 1)>, each 50 

Oblio. (Forgeftklness.l i. c. Sop. A, 

M.-Sop. G. Ali.xl'- each 50 

Olle Mammà. (Love's Dream.) Sop. 50 

Uh, quanto io t'amerei. (O 1 what Ex- 

cess of Joy. I Sop. B>, Alto A->, each. 50 

Penso. (I think.) Sop. Em., Alto Cm., 

each 60 

Ricordati di mei (Remember me !) i.e. 

Sop. D, M.-Sop. C. Alto B->, each 50 

T'affreta. (Now haste!) i. e. Sop. G, 

M.-Sop. P, Alto Eb, each 50 

T'amo ancora. (Still I love you.) i.e. 50 

That Day! Sop. B-v, M.-Sop. A->, Alto 

G, Bass B>,each : 50 

Tira irei. (I'd fly with thee.) e. i. f. 

Sop. G, Ten. A, Alto F, each 50 

Vietile Chanson. (An old Story.) Sop. 50 

• Vorrei morir. (I'd wish to die.) 50 

Vousetmoil (You and I.) f. i.e. Sop. 

F, M.-Sop. E->, Alto D-i, each 35 

Vuol piovere, ("['will rain soon.) M.-S. 35 

Tours, II., Because of thee. Sop. F, Alto 

D, each 5;i 

Venzaoo, li., Grande Valse. Sop. i.e.. 75 
Vili:), Paolo I.a, By Love detained 50 

Volkuiaun, It., The Nightingale. (Die 

Nachtigall.) Sop. B,AltoD>, each.. 50 
Wagner, Kichard, Walkiire: Sicg- 
mund's Love Song. e. g. Ten. or 

Bar., each CO 

Warren, Sam'l P., 3 Songs : 

No. 1. I love my Love. Sop. or Alto, 

each 50 

No. 2. The Lily and the Violet. Sop. 

or Alto, each 35 

No. 3. The Tryst. Sop. or Alto, each. 50 

Two Songs from Tennyson's " Miller's 

Daughter" : 

No. l. The Miller's Daughter 50 

No. 2. Love that has us in the Net 35 

Adria oplie 35 

Farewell, if ever fondest Prayer 35 

The Fountain 35 

Mother's Morning Song 50 

The Owl. Words by Tennyson 35 

Sea Voam 35 

Weber, C. I»I. von, Eunjanthe : Bells 

in the Valley. (GlOcklein im Thale.) 
Sop. or M.-Sop., each 3"> 

Do. 'Neai h the Almond Trees. (Un- 

ter bliih'iiclen Maudi-lbtiumen.) Sop., 
M.-Sop., or Alto, each 50 

- . . r lonely. 

(Iiinsam !. in icli nicln e i.g. 30 

Wekerliii, J. B., Le be bleu. 

(The beautiful blue Danube.) Valse 
de Strauss, transer. f. i. e. Sop. D, 

M.-Sop. C, each 75 

Fleur des Alpes. (Flower of the Alps.) 

Tyrolicnne variée. f . e 50 

FlcursdeMai. (Flowersof May.) Valse. 50 

Le Réveil. (Sunrise.) Sop 35 

Serenade tirée de Ituy Bias. f. e 35 

Welling», 1U., At the Ferry 50 

Golden Lose. Sop. B->, Alto G, each . 35 

- Primrose Farm. Sop. F, Alto B>, each. 50 
Some Day. Sop. B>, Alto C, 'each 35 

Wldor, C). M., Lia e morta. (Leaisdcad.). 35 

Nult d'Etoiles. (Starlit Eve.) Sop. or 

Alto, each 35 

Wiltslc, H. SI., 'lis Night on the Moan- 
tain. Cradle Song 35 

Wiierst,K., Sweet Rose of the Vale. (Die 

Rose im Thai.) 35 

SONGS 

with Accompaniment of Piano in Con- 
nection icith other Instruments. 

Adam, A., Noel. (Christmas Song.) i. f. 
e. .!]>. With Violin or Cello or Flute, 
each 

Arditi, !•., Le Tortorclle. (The Dove.) 
Valso cantabile, i. e. Sop. With 
Violin or Flute, each 

Itacb, J. 8., My Heart ever faithful. 
(Mein glaubig Herz I With Violin or 
Cello or Flute. Sop. or M.-Sop., each. 

Braga, G., Serenata. (Angel's Serenade.) 
i. e. Sop. With Violin or Cello or 

Flute, each 

Les troia Bouquets de Marguerite. 

(Marguerite's three Bouquets.) e. i. f. 
Sop. With Violin or Cello or Flute, 
each 

Buck, Dudley, O Saviour, hear mei Of- 
fertory, arr. from Gluce, Sop. With 
Violin or Flute or Cello, each 

Paure, J., Sancta Maria. Hymn. f. e. 
Sop. With Violin or Organ or both.. 

Gonuod, Ch., Ave Maria. 1. f . g. With 
Violin (or Cello), Organ and Piano 
Acc. So)).. M.-Sop., or Alto, each . . 
Canti, ridi, donai. (Sing, amile, slum- 
ber.) Serenade, i. e. or f. e. Sop. 
With Flute or Violin or Cello, each . . 

Noel. (Christmas Song.) f. i. e. Sop. 

Witli Violin "i Cell - "i- Piute, each. .. 
Oùvoulez-vousaller? (Tell me, beau- 
tiful Maiden.) With Violin or Flute 
or Cello. Sop. or M.-Sop., each... . 



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Kiickcu, Fr., Heaven hath shed a Tear. 
i DerHimmel hateineThrSnegeweint.) 
Sop. With Violin or Clarionet or Cel- 
lo or Flute, each $1 25 

Lacinie r, I., Thou everywhere. (Ue- 
berall Du.) Sop. F, Alto T>% With 
Violin or Flute or Cello, each 

Ln can to ni, O,, Pensier d'Amore. 
(Thought of Love.) i. e. Sop. With 
Violin or Cello or Flute, each 

Millard, H., Ave Maria. I.e. Sop. With 
Violin or Flute 

Iflussenct, J., Elegie, f. e. With Violin 

or 1 lute or Cello. Sop. or M.-Sop., 

■ !l 

Iteiiieckc, <'., Greeting to the Woods. 
(Waldcsgruss.) Sop. With Violin or 

Flute or Cello, each 

Spring Flowers. (Frunlingsblnmen.) 

Sop. With Violin or Flute or Cello, 
each 



Waltz-Duet. Sop. and M -Sop 



■ liiiidcl, G. F., Light of thy Beauty. 

((aro, più amabile bella.) I. e. Sop. 

and Alto 

Kiicken, Fr., The Hunter. (Der Jftger.) 

Sop. and Alto 

- Oh, Swallow, happy Swallow. (Ab- 

schiedderSchwalben.) Sop. and Alto. 

12 Duets, e. Sop. atidM.-Sop.or Alto. 

I.assen, F.., Si vous n'avez ricn a me dire. 
(DoubtingLovers.) f.c. M.-Sop.and 

Alto 

Leslie, Fan Duet. Sop. and Alto 

. eiidelsMOhn, F., Autumn Song, 
'llerbstlied.) Sop. and Alto 

Greeting. (Gruss.) Sop. and Alto... 

I would that my Love. (Ich wollt', 

meine Lieb'.) Sop. and Alto 

May Bells and Flowers. (MaiglOek- 

chen und die Bliimlein.) Sop. and Alto. 

10 Two-part Songs. Complete. 8vo.. 

Millard, H., Vieni al mio Sen! (Come to 

my Heart.) i.e. Sop. and Ten 

Vien, mio Edgardo! (Come, dear Ed- 
gardo!) Notturno. Sop. and Ten.. . 

Nicolai, O., Dis-moi un Mot. (One Word.) 
f . e. Sop. and Ten 

Offenbach, J., Contes (T Hoffman: Bar- 
carolle, f. e. Sop. and Alto 

Pillanti, C, Amai (Love on!) Alto and 
Bar. 1. e 

Amore. (Love.) i. e. Sop. and Bar . 

• Il Liei stellato. (The starry Heaven.) 

Sop. and Alto. i. e 

Relnecke, <'., 3 Duets for Sop. and Bar, 

each 

No. 1. No (are by the Way. (Keine 

Sorg' um den Weg.) 
No. 2. When is the loveliest. (Ghasel.) 
No. 3. May Song. (Mailied.) 
Rubinstein, A., The Angel. (Der Engel.) 
Sop. alici Alto 

Birdling. (Das VògleiuO Sop. m>-l Alto 

Pass lightly. (Vuriiber.) Sop. and Alto 

The Wanderer's Night Song. (Wan- 
derer's Nacht Hed.) Sop. and Alto.. . 

18 Duets, e. g. Sop. and M.-Sop. or 

Alto, 8vo 

Scliiittcr, A., Golden Wedding Morning. 

Idener Hochzeitsmorgen.) (Comic.) 

Sop, and Bar 

Lesson in English. (Das Lesekranz- 

chen.) (Comic.) Sop. and Alto 
— - Mrs. Doctor and Mrs. Proctor. (Frau 
Directorin und Frau Inspectorin.) 

(Comic.) 2 Sop 

Neh urna mi, R., The falling Leaves bring 
Sadness, (llerbstlied.) Sop. and Alto 

The Rosebud. (SchonBlumelein.) Sop. 

and Alto 

Were I a Birdling. (Wcnn ich ein VOg- 

lein war'.l Sop. and Alto 

Smart, H., The Fairies' Bevel. Sop. and 

Alto 

Widor, till. M., J'étais seni près des 

Flots. (Oik e I stood on the Shore.) f. 

e. Sop. a d Alt ) 

.Te ne croyais pas an Bonheur. (I had 

lost all Faith.) f.e. Sop. and Alto.. 



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Itobaudl, V., Alia Stella confldente. 
(Bright Star of Love.) i. e. With 
Cello or Violinor Flute. Sop. or Alto, 

each 

Non ti scordar di me. (Ever remem- 
ber me.) i. f. e. M.-Sop. With Vio- 
lin or Flute or Cello, each 

Volkmaun, Rob., Remembrance. < F.rin- 
uerung.) M.-Sop. With Violin or 
Flute or Cello, cacli 

The Shepherd Boy (Vom Hirtenkna- 

ben.) M.-Sop. With Violin or Flute 

or Cello, each 

Verdi, G., Ave Maria, i. e. Sop. With 
Violin or Flute or Cello, each 

VOCAL DUETS. 

Abt, Franz, Over the Stars there is Rest! 

Arr. as Duet for Sop. and Alto by 

Dudley Buck 

22 Two-part Songs, e. (Easy ) Sop. 

and M.-Sop. 8vo. 2 Vols., each . . 
Badia, I.., Reals lc nioi. (Repeat again.) 

Sop. und B ir 

Rendei, F., Heart Throbs. tW'ic beriihrt 

mieli wundersam.) M.-Sop. and Alto. 
Bordèse, L., The Carnival of Venice. (Le 

Cai naval de Vcnise.) f. e. Sop. and 

\lto 

The Gypsies. (Les Zingarelles.) f. e. 

Sop. and Alto 

The Mountain Riders. (Les Brésili- 

ennes ) f.e. Sop. and M.-Sop 

■ Un Nido d'Usignuoli. (Nightingale's 

Nest) i.e. Sop. and M.-Sop 

The Sister Birds. (Les Fauvettes.) f. 

; i e. Sop. and M.-Sop 

Telling Secrets. (Les Confidences.) f. 

e. Sop. and Alto 

Brahms, J., The Gypsies. (Les Bohémi- 

ennes.) Arr. from Hungarian Dances. 

e. f. Sop. and Alto 

Campana, F., Guarda che bianca Luna. 

See the pale Moon.) Sop. and Ten . . 
Concone, J., Les Jardinieres. (The Flower 

Gatherers.) f.e. Sop. and Alto 

Gobbacrts, I.., Aubade il la Fiancee (The 

bridal Morn), d'aprcs "Gavotte Sté 

phanie" de Czibulka. f.c. Sop. and 

Alto 

Graben-IIoAmann, The Disconsolate. 

(I)ie Trostlosen.) Sop. and Bar 

Humbert, F., Cheerfulness. (Frohsinn.) 



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FEMALE VOICES. 

TRIOS, CHORUSES, CANTATAS 
AND OPERETTAS. 

G. Sell Inner** 8vo Collection of Choruses 
for female Voices. 

No. 1. Ten Trios in Canon Form. e. Net. 
g. (3 Voices.) carl Reinecke $0 60 

No. 2. Trie Gypsies. (4 Voices.) Robt. 
Schumann 20 

No. 8. The Water Nymph. (4 Voices, 
Alio Solo and ( 'horn-, i Rubinstein. 30 

No. 4. Ave Maria. (4 Voices.) I. e 
Joh. Brahms 80 

No. 5. Charity. (8 Voices, Solo and 
Chorus.) J.Rossini 12 

No. 6. Easter Bells. Trio or Chorus. 
Arnold Kriip 12 

No. 7. Morning Serenade. Trio or 
(horns. Arnold Krug 20 

No. 8. The Spring. (Primavera.) (4- 
Voices, Solo and Chorus.) C. Mode- 
rati 30 

No. 9. Rest thee on this mossy Pillow. 
Smart , 15 

No. to. HolvChristmasNight. Lassen. 25 

No. 11. Pilgrims of the Night. West- 
brook 20 

No. 12. Approach of Spring. With 4- 
handAcc. N. W. Gadc 30 

No. 18. Summer Fancies. Waltz. O. 

Metra 25 

No. 14. I waited for the Lord. Trio 
or Chorus. (Arranged! F Men- 
delssohn 15 

No. 15. Ave Maria. Sop. Solo and 
Chorus. (Arranged.) Mendelssohn. 10 

No. iti. " All Hail to thee." Pilgrims' 
Chorus from TannhSuser. Wagner. 15 

No. 17. Invitation to the Dance. Polka- 
Rondo. (4 Voices.) M. Oeslen ... 25 

No. 18. Cheerfulness. Waltz-Rondo. 
F. Gumbert 30 

No. 19. At the Cloister Gate. Bop. 
and Alto Solo and Chorus. E. Grieg 80 

No. 20. () ! praise the Lord. 117th 
Psalm, with 4 hand Acc. J. II. Cor- 
nell 20 

No ">1 J TllC A "S d ' e <r 

JN0 " !1 ' I Sweetly sang the Bird. f e ' *■ 

(2 Voices.) A. Rubinstein 25 

No. '£>. 19 2-.3-,and4-voiced Canons. 

i.e. Cherubini. Sop. or Alto, each 20 
This Collection will be contimi' d 
Relnecke, Bethlehem. Sacred Cantata. 1 50 

"Cinderella." Fairy Cantata 150 

"Little Rosebud." do [50 

"Little Snowdrop." do 1 50 

The enchanted Swans. Cantata iwith 

Harp, 2 Horns and Cello « / lib.) 1 50 

Rhelnberger, The Daughter of Jairus. 

Sacred Cantata SO 

Poor Henry. Comic Operetta 75 

MIXED VOICES. 

ORATORIOS, CANTATAS, 
QUARTETS, ETC. 

G. Sclitrmer's 8vo Collection of Choruses 

for mixed Voices. Net. 

No. 1. Ring out, wild Bells. Dr. L. 
Damrosch . . 12 

No. 2. Love in Springtime. M. Haupt- 
mann 10 

No. 8. Two resolute Lovers. M. Ilaupt- 
mann 6 

No. 4. Soldiers' Chorus, e. i. Faust. 
Ch. Gounod 15 

No. 5. Salve Regina. I. Aichingcr.. 10 

No". 6. "Twine ye the Garlands." 
Chorus from Ruins of Athens. Beet- 
hoven 20 

No. 7. Jack Frost Alfred R. Gaul.. . 10 

No. 8. Fair Daffodils. S. P. Warren.. 30 

No. 9. Bridal Chorus. F. II. Cowcn.. 20 

No. 10. Jubilate Amen. e. g. Sop. 
Solo and Chorus. M. Bruch 20 

No. 11. Odysseus, (horns pans only 
1111 score). M. Bruch 75 

No. 12, " From Thy Love as a Father." 
For Sop. Solo and Chorus, die. 
d imption. 1 G unod 10 

No. 18. "Lovely appear." For Sop. 
Solo and Chorus. (Redemption 1 
Gounod 20 

No. 14. Fair Ellen. Sop. and Bar. 
Solo and chorus. M. Bruch 50 

No. 15. Unfold, ye Portals. Sop. Solo 
and Chorus. (Redemption.) Gounod 20 

This Collection will be continued. 
Bach, J. S., A Stronghold sure. 8vo. net, 50 
Berlioz, II., childhood of ( hrist. Sacred 

Trlloey. e 8vo net, 1 -J5 

The Damn'ition of Fault. Dramatic 

Legend in 1 1 arts. e.g. 8vo... net, 2 50 

Fall of Troy. From Les Troyens. 

8vo net, 1 00 

Requiem. 1. 8vo net, 1 50 

Buok, Dudley, Hymn to Music. 8vo 40 

Damroscli, I.., Sulamith. Biblical Can- 
tata. 8vo net, 1 00 

Franz, Rob., 4 German ( horalsarr, for 4 

mixed Voices, e 60 

Gade, N. W., Spring Greeting. (Friib- 

lings-Botschaft.) Piano Score 125 

Gilchrist, W. W., 4Uth Psalm. Cincin- 
nati. Prize Composition, 8vo ..net, 100 

Goldbeck, R., Morning, 2 Sop., 2 Ten. 

and 2 Basses, with Piano Acc. Score. 85 

The same. arr. as a Trio. Sop., Ten. 

and Bass 65 

Oh, howcan Ie'erfor^'i t thee :- Quintet 

or ('bonis. 2 Sop. Alto, Ten. and 
Bass. Score ... 65 

Princess and Gardener. Quintet or 

(horns. 2 Sop.. 2 Alios and Bass, 
with Bar. Solo. Score 75 

Spring is coming. Quartet. Score... 50 

4 Voice Parts, each 10 

Sunset. Quartet. Score 65 

4 Voice l'arls, each 10 

Gounod, Oil., The Redemption. Sacred 

Trilogy. 8vo. net, 1 00 

Greger, €. ? Spring and Love. (Frubllng 

und Ltebe.) Piano Score 175 

4 Voice Parts, each .... 25 

IIandel,G. F., Utrecht Jubilate. 8vo. net, 50 

»lrn«lel»Noliii, F., ISQuarteis. c. Score. 100 
Alercadaute, S., 7 last Words. (Settime 

ultime Parole.) i.e. 8vo net, 1 00 

Rubinstein, A.. Tower of Babel net, 1 25 

Wlilting, Geo. E., The Tale of the Vik- 
ings. Cantata. 8vo net. 1 50 



MALE VOICES. 

QUARTETS AND CHORUSES. 

Itoli 11, B., " In Vino Veritas." Translated 

and arr. by Dddley Buck. Score.. $0 2! 
Parts, each 10 

Buck, Dudley, King Olaf's Christmas. 

Solo and Chorus. Score 150 

4 Voice Parts, each. 5 

The Nun of Nidaros. For n ale chorus 

and Ten. Solo, with o'dieato Piano 
Acc. and Reed Organ ad I ih. Score.. 125 
(horns Parts, each 15 

" Prometheus unbound " Fer Ten. Solo 

and Clio, with Acc. of IMano, Organ, 
Flute and String Quintet. Full Score. 

net 2 50 
Piano Score, $1.50. . .Voice Parts, each 15 

3 Favorite Scotch Songs, arr. 8vo. 

No. 1. Robin Adair. Score. .net, 10 
" 2. Blue Bells of Scotland. Score. 

net, 20 
" 3. Annie Laurie Score.. net, 20 
Cornell, J. II., Ode to Hesperus. Score. 

net, 15 
Cortada, A., Hymn to the Night. (Ilymno 

an die Nacht.) Score 30 

Goldbeck, R., The Sands o' Dee. Score 30 

Three Fishers. Score 30 

lUosentlial, J., Blessed Pair of Sirens. 

(Holde Sirenen.) Score 30 

Warren, S. P., Three 4-Part Songs. Score 75 
No. 1. Love. No. 2. Hark! 'tis the 
Breeze. No. 3. Thine is a little Hand. , 
Welnwurm, R., Slavonic Love Song. 
Chorus, with Piano Acc. Translated 

by Dudley Buck. Score 25 

Parts, each 10 

VOCAL METHODS, VOCALISES 
AND EXERCISES. 

Bonoldi, Fr., Etude complète de Vocali- 
sation, en (i Tableaux. Sop. or Alto, 

each 1 00 

Cornell, J. II., I III: M I 14 A E IC IM IMC 
SLATE (two Slates in onci, for practical Exer- 
cises in learning to transpose and sin;? the //io- 
tonic Scales and the Normal Interval»; being in- 
troductory to the " Practice of Sight Sing- 
ing." 

With accompanying Pamphlet, explaining the 

Scales and the Intervals, and piving the various 
Exercises to be made with the Slates. 

N.B. — The Silicate Slate is to be had with the 
Staff in the Bass- Clef (.tor Bass and Baritone), or 
with the Staff In the (7-(7</(for Soprano and Ten- 
or). Orders for the Slate should state which of 
the two is desired. 

Price of Pamphlet. 25 e ; Slates, each. 50c. 

THE FRACTICE OF SIGHT 

SINGING. In two Parts: Part 1. -Doctrine 
of Tonality. Scales, Intervals, etc., followed by 
copious vocal Exercises on Intervals. Part IL — 
Doctrine of Rhythm, etc.. followed by Hhythim- 
cal Exercises on the Scales, Intervals, etc. The 
whole forming a complete practical Course of 
Study for all vi ho wish to aopiirc Facility in read 
ing Music at si-ht. Large 8vo. rfet, $1.00. 

Piano Accompaniments to the llhyth 
mical Exercises m the above Work, published 
separately in Sheet-Music i'orm. Sop. or Alio, 
each, 70 cents. 

See also: A PRIiUFR OFTONAI.ITY. 
(Theoretical.) 
barellisi, ITIatliildc C, Op. 1 Exer- 

cices élémeiitaires gradui s. New Ed. 2 50 
Op. 2. 24 Vocalises Sop mi M.-sop,. 2 50 

Op. 4. 12 Etudes de Sl\ le pour Sop. . . 1 50 

L'Art du ( hi'iit : 

Op. 5. 2t Vocalises Clémentaires et 
progressives pour M.-Sop. on Alto.. 3 00 

Op. 6. 21 Vocalises (Perfectlonne 
mint du Mécanismede la Voixtpour 
M.-Sop. 011 Alto 4 50 

Op. 7. 12 Etudes do style pour M.- 
Sop. on Alto 2 25 

Op. 10. 24 Vocalises éh'mcntaires et 

progressives pour Alto 3 00 

IV archest, S. C, '^0 Vocalises élémentalres 

et progressives pour toutes Ics Voix. 2 50 
Nava, G., Op. 21. Repertorio di Solfeggi 

per Sop. on M.-Sop. : Book 1 1 r,0 

T'.ook 2 1 25 I Book 4 1 DO 

Book 8 2 15 I Book 5 2 15 

Op. 22. 60 Solfeggi per Alto : 

Book 1 2 401 Book 3 2 40 

Book a 2 50 I Book 4 2 25 

I'aaolka, II., 1 p. 81. 21 Voc lise s for 

Sop. or M.-Sop. or Ten. Complete... 3 00 

'1 lie mi 1 ne in 2 Books, each 1 60 

( p. 81*»». 2t Vocalises fcr Alio or Bar. 4 00 

The same in 2 Books, each 2 00 

Op. 85. 24 Vocalises progressives pour 

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Op. 86. 12 Vocalises d'Aniste pour 

Sop. ou M.-Sop. 2 Books, each ..2 00 
Op. 88. 86 non veauxExercices progres- 
sives, pour Sop. on M.-Sop 2 00 

Op. 89. 12 Vocalises progres» ives. Alio. 2 00 

Vocal A B ('. First Lessons ill sinking 

and 24 Vocalises, e. 8vo. Complete 1 50 

The same in 2 Bonks. 1 si 00 ; II ... . 7.i 

Finsutl, <'., Daily Vocal Exercises. He- 
vised by . I. II. Cornell 100 

Sieber, F., 00 Vocalisesfor advanced Pupils: 

1! 10k 1. 10 Vocalises fer Sop. Op. 78 2 01 

" 2. 10 " " M.-Sop. Op. 79 S 50 

" 3. 10 " " Alto. Op. 80 2 50 

" I. 10 " " Ten. Op. 81 2 50 

" 5. 1(1 " " Bar. Op. 82 2 CO 

" to " " Bass. Op. 83 2 50 

Elementary Vocalise- • 

Book 1. 86 Vocalises for Sop. Op. i)2 150 

" 2.36 " " M.-Sop. Op. 98 1 50 

" 8.86 " " Mio. op. hi 1 50 

• 1. 3d " " Ten. Op. 05 1 50 

" 5. 30 " " Bar. op. % 1 50 

" 6. 36 " " Bass. op. !)7 1 50 

Op. 129. 10 Vocalises (advanced) for 

equalizing the Voice. Sop 3 00 

Op. 130. do. do. do. M.-Sop. . 'too 

- op. 131. do. do. do. Alto... SCO 
• Op. 132. do. do. do. Ten 3 00 

Op. 133. do. do. do. Bar 8 00 

Op.184. do. do. do. Bass 3 00 

Vaccaj, N., Méthode pratique du Chant 

ltalien 50 

Viardot-Garcia, Mine., An Hour of 

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Wiillner, Franz. Treatise on CHORAL 

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