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Catches and Canons for 3 and

1152. GREENE (Maurice), Mus. Doc. 4 voices, with a collection of Songs for 2 and 3 voices. In oblong folio. London.

score.

1153. HAWES (William). A collection of five Glees and one Madrigal for 3, 4, and 5 voices. In score.

oblong folio. London. Presented to the Society by Miss Peacock.

1154. HAYDN (Joseph). 42 Canons fur drey und mehrere Sing

stimmen. In score.

oblong folio. Leipsic.

Presented to the Society by Mr. M. Hanhart.

1155. HAYES (Philip), Mus. Doc. Harmonia Wiccamica. The Original Music, in score, of the "Graces," "Jam Lucis," and "Dulce Domum." Also a Song and Ode, composed for and performed at the Anniversary Meeting in London. [By John Bishop, John Reading, Dr. William Hayes, and the Rev. John Awbery.] The whole collated, revised, and corrected by. oblong folio. London [1780?]. Collection of Ancient and Modern

1156. HARMONIST (The); a select

Glees, Catches, Canons, Epigrams, &c. In score. Vol. I.

octavo. London.

1157. HILTON (John), Mus. Bac. Catch that Catch can, or, A choice Collection of Catches, Rounds & Canons for 3 or 4 Voyces. Collected and published by.

oblong duodecimo. London, 1652.

A collection in manuscript of nearly 170 Catches, Canons, and Rounds by John Hilton, White, Thomas Brewer, William Lawes,

Cranford, Thomas Holmes, Robert Johnson, Edmund Nelham, William

Webb, George Holmes,

Lugg, John Smith, John Cobb, &c., is

bound up with this work.

1158. HORSLEY (William), Mus. Bac. Vocal Harmony; being a Collection of Glees, Madrigals, Elegies, &c., compiled from compositions of the best authors, ancient and modern, including the Prize Glees from 1763 to 1794, with a variety of new pieces, written expressly for this work by the most esteemed composers. Edited by. In score. Portrait of

the Editor. 9 vols.

folio. London.

1159. HORSLEY (William), Mus. Bac. A Volume containing the

following Glees (printed singly from Horsley's "Vocal Har

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1160. HORSLEY (William), Mus. Bac. Six Glees, for two trebles and a bass. Op. 3. The Composer's Autograph at foot of titlepage. oblong folio. London. "The May Fly," glee for three voices, by Dr. Callcott;

and

66

"O, Nanny, wilt thou gang with me?" Harmonized as a glee by S. Harrison.

1161. JONES (Robert). Ultimum Vale, or the Third Book of Ayres

for 1, 2, and 4 Voyces. (Wanting the title.)

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Hessemer, in Musik gesetzt für Vier Mannerstimmen.
und 2 Heft. In separate parts. oblong octavo.

1164. KREUTZER (Conradin). Sechs Gesange für Vier Mannerstimmen. 2tes Heft. In separate parts. oblong octavo. Mainz.

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Mainz.

1165. KREUTZER (Conradin). XII Vierstimmige Gesange and Choere. In score and separate parts. octavo. Mainz. 1166. MARTINI (Padre Giambattista). Cinquantadue Canoni, a due, tre, e quattro voci. octavo. Venice.

1167. MARTINI (Padre Giambattista). Sessanta Canoni, a due, tre, e quattro voci, con accompagnemento di pianoforte composto da Pio Cianchettini. In score. oblong folio. London. 1168. MICHELI (Romano). Musica Vaga et Artificiosa Continente Mottetti con oblighi et Canoni diuersi tanto per quelli, che si dilettano sentire varie curiosita, quanto per quelli, che voranno professare d'intendere diversi studii della Musica. Autograph of Dr. Callcott on title. folio. Venice, 1615.

Presented to the Society by Messrs. Keith, Prowse, & Co.

1169. MORNINGTON (Garrett Wellesley, Earl of). The Glees and Madrigals composed by, published for the first time in a complete form. Edited by Sir Henry R. Bishop. In score. folio. London, 1846. 1170. MUSICÆ Vocalis Delicia; being a Collection of Madrigals, Glees, Catches, &c. In score. Vol. II. octavo. London. 1171. NOVELLO's Part Song Book, a Collection of Chorusses and other pieces for three, four, and five voices. Edited by Edwin George Monk. In vocal score.

quarto. London, 1851.

1172. NOVELLO's Part Song Book. In separate parts. Two sets, eight parts. octavo. London, 1851. 1173. ORPHEUS; a Collection of Glees of the most admired German composers. English text. Books I. to XVI. and XXIII. Four separate voice parts and a separate pianoforte accompaniment. oblong octavo. London.

1174. PAGE (John). Festive Harmony; a Collection of the most favourite Madrigals, Elegies, and Glees, selected from the works of the most eminent composers. In score.

folio. London, 1804.

Presented to the Society by Miss Peacock.

1175. PLAYFORD (John). The Musical Companion, in two books: the First Book containing Catches and Rounds, for Three Voyces; the Second Book containing Dialogues, Glees, Ayres, and Songs, for Two, Three, and Four Voyces. Collected and published by. oblong quarto. London, 1673.

The date on the title to the Second Book is 1672.

1176. PLAYFORD (John). Another edition (wanting the title, table of

contents, and pages 1, 2, 9, and 10). Four pages additional are inserted between pages 112 and 113.

oblong quarto. London.

The Second Book dated 1672, as in the foregoing copy.

1177. PURCELL (Henry), &c. The Catch Club, or Merry Companions, being a choice collection of the most diverting Catches for three and four voices, compos'd by the late Mr. Henry Purcell, Dr. Blow, &c. Two books in one volume. oblong quarto. London. Pammelia. Musickes

1178. RAVENSCROFT (Thomas), Mus. Bac.

Miscellanie: or Mixed Varietie of pleasant Roundelayes and delightfull Catches of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Parts in one.

quarto. London, 1609.

A few catches are written in a contemporary hand on the fly leaves at the end of the book.

1179. RAVENSCROFT (Thomas), Mus. Bac. Pammelia. (Another edition.) London, 1618.

Deuteromelia: or The Second part of Musick's melodie, or melodius Musicke, Of Pleasant Roundelaies; K. H. mirth, or Freemen's Songs and such delightfull Catches.

London, 1609.

Melismata. Musicall Phansies, fitting the Court, Citie and Countrey Humours, to 3, 4 and 5 Voyces.

London, 1611.

A Briefe Discourse of the true (but neglected) use of Charact'ring the Degrees by their Perfection, Imperfection and Diminution in Measurable Musicke, against the Common Practise and Custome of these Times; Examples whereof are exprest in the Harmony of 4 Voyces, Concerning the Pleasure of 5 usuall Recreations. 1. Hunting, 2. Hawking, 3. Dancing, 4. Drinking, 5. Enamouring. London, 1614.

Bound in one volume, quarto.

1180. RIMBAULT (Edward Francis), LL.D. The Rounds, Catches, and Canons of England; a Collection of Specimens of the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, adapted to modern use. The words revised, adapted, or re-written by the Rev. J. Powell Metcalfe. The music [in score] selected and revised, and an Introductory Essay on the Rise and Progress of the Round, Catch and Canon, and Biographical Notices of the Composers written by.

large quarto. Presented to the Society by Dr. Rimbault.

London [1864].

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1181. SAFFREY (Osmond). Two Sets of favourite Glees (each containing six), selected from the most admired composers, and adapted for three voices. In score.

folio. London.

1182. SALE (John). Three Collections of Glees edited by, viz.— Six Glees, three by Lord Mornington and three by John Sale.

Six Glees by Lord Mornington.

Glees. by John Sale, Dr. Arnold, Samuel Webbe, Dr. Callcott and William Linley.

Bound together.

oblong folio. London.

1183. SMART (Sir George T.) A Collection of Glees and Canons. folio. London [1863].

In score.

1184. SMITH (John Stafford). A Collection of Glees for 3, 4, 5 and

6 voices.

In score.

oblong folio. London. 1185. SMITH (John Stafford). A select Collection of Catches, Canons, and Glees for three and four voices.

A miscellaneous Collection of New Songs, Catches and Glees for one, two, three, four and five voices; and a Cantata entitled, The Frantic Lady.

A collection of Songs of various kinds and for different voices.

A Fifth Book of Canzonets, Catches, Canons and Glees. Bound together. oblong folio. London. 1186. SPOFFORTH (Reginald). A Collection of Glees, compiled from the unpublished manuscripts of the late Reginald Spofforth, carefully collated with the originals by W. Hawes. In score. folio. London, 1830.

1187. SPOFFORTH (Reginald). Six Glees. Book 1st. In score. "Fill high the grape's exulting stream," Glee, by R. Spofforth. In score.

Six Scotch Airs, harmonized as Glees by William Hawes. In score.

Six Glees, for three and four voices, by William Hawes. In score.

In one volume.

oblong folio. London.

A Memoir of Spofforth (printed for the above folio Collection of his Glees) is inserted within the cover.

1188. STIRLING (Elizabeth). Nine Choral Songs, in score.

folio. London [1857.]

Presented to the Society by Mr. J. A. Novello.

1189. WALMISLEY (Thomas Forbes). A Collection of Glees, Trios,

Rounds, and Canons. In score.

folio. London.

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