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1631. FIFTY-EIGHT CANTATAS, for a single voice.
Se pari a la tua fé.
Da sete ardente.
Mi palpita il cor.
Sento la che ristretto.
Oh Numi eterni (Lucretia).
Se pari a la tua fé.
[Differing from the above.]
Lungi da voi che.
Lungi dal moi bel Nume.
Sei pur bella (La bianca rosa).
Poi che giuraro.
Stanco di piu.
Ah che pur troppo.
Qual or crudele.
Udite il mio consiglio.
Aure, aure piu non.
Non posso dir.
Mentre il tutto.
Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.
1632. THREE CANTATAS for a single voice, viz., " Usignuol che tra le frondi," "A voi torno," and "O Numi eterni " (La Lucretia).
Transcribed from MSS. in the British Museum, and presented to the Society by Miss Steere.
1633. SEVEN SONATAS, of three parts, in score, the first four of which are contained in the set of Six, printed in Arnold's edition of Handel's Works, and originally published at Amsterdam, in 1731. oblong quarto.
1634. SIX SONATAS, in score.
See No. 1952.
1635. A VOLUME containing the following compositions, all, save the
The seventeen pieces commencing with the Prelude in G and terminating with the air "Del labro tuo l'accenti," and including the air "Non vuo mai seguita" (which also belongs to the opera, Il Pastor fido), are from the Masque printed by Dr. Arnold.
1636. FOREST MUSIC, composed by Handel during his residence in
Ireland, A. D. 1741-2.
Presented to the Society by Horatio Townsend, Esq.
"O how amiable are Thy dwellings," an anthem for five voices. In score, in the autograph of the composer, by whom it was presented to the Society. oblong quarto. 1824. C.) "Laudate Dominum," Motett for four voices with orchestral accompaniments. In full score. quarto. 1639. ALLEGRI (Gregorio). The Psalm "Miserere mei, Deus," for two choirs. In score.
1638. ALBERGATI (P.
1640. AMBROSIANA (Letanie), for 4 voices, with violin and organ. In
separate parts, with an imperfect vocal score.
1641. ANERIO (Giovanni Francisco). Missa pro Defunctis (or Re
quiem), for 4 voices. In score.
1642. ANTHEMS AND SERVICES (A collection of), in separate parts. Seven vols., containing the parts for the Medius, Contratenor Primus, and Tenor Decani, and the Medius, Contratenor Primus, Tenor and Bassus Cantoris. small folio.
The side of each volume is stamped with the name of the part it contains, the date" August XXII. 1625," and the initials J. B., and there is internal evidence of the books having belonged to the Rev. John Barnard, and formed part of the materials used by him in the compilation of his "First Book of Selected Church Musick," published at London in 1641. See No. 91. This collection contains the following services and anthems, of some of which, however, only one or two parts are included, owing to the irregular manner in which the books have been compiled. The pieces marked thus are printed in the "Selected Church Musick."