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Printed in separate parts at Venice, in 1571. In score, and
RORE (Cipriano di). Il quarto Libro de Madrigali. From the edition printed in separate parts at Venice, 1580. In folio. For other Madrigals by various composers, see Nos. 1738, 1746, 1937 to 1943.
ODES, CANTATAS AND SONGS.
IRS (A selection of) from various Italian operas by Lampugnani, Bertoni, Cocchi, Perez, Hasse and
Galuppi. In full score.
1891. AIRS (A selection of) from various Italian operas by Sacchini, Monza, Bertoni, Paisiello, &c. In full score.
1892. ARNOLD (Samuel), Mus. Doc.
from Milton's Paradise Lost.
The Hymn of Adam and Eve,
"How oft at night's calm silent noon," a ballad with pianoforte accompaniment. In the autograph of the composer.
Presented to the Society by Mr. A. Durlacher.
1895. BLOW (John), Mus. Doc. "A Song on New Year's Day, 1700," beginning, “Appear, in all thy pomp appear." Full score, in the autograph of the composer.
1896. BLOW (John), Mus. Doc. Ode for St. Cecilia's day,
quire of heaven." See No. 1663.
1897. BLOW (John), Mus. Doc. and others.
tatas, &c. In full score.
Odes, Anthems, Can
Cantata for 2 voices, "No, no, vain world," composed by Dr. Pepusch.
Five Cantatas for a single voice, viz.
Ode for the Birthday of the Princess of Wales, St. David's Day, Ist
Cantata for a single voice, "Chi fra lacci," composed by J. E. Galliard.
Ode on King Charles the Second's Birthday, commencing "Smile, smile
Ode for New Year's Day, 168, commencing "Arise, great monarch," composed by Dr. Blow.
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1700, commencing "Triumphant Fame," composed by Dr. Blow.
Ode for New Year's Day, 1686, commencing "Hail, monarch," composed by Dr. Blow.
Ode for New Year's Day, 1687 (?), commencing "Is it a dream," composed by Dr. Blow.
Ode for New Year's Day, 1688, commencing "Ye sons of Phoebus," composed by Dr. Blow.
Ode for New Year's Day, 16 (?), commencing " With cheerful hearts,” composed by Dr. Blow.
Anthem, "The Lord God is a sun and a shield," composed, for the coronation of King William and Queen Mary, by Dr. Blow.
Anthems, "Behold, O God, our defender," and "Let my prayer,” composed by Dr. Blow.
1898. BOYCE (William), Mus. Doc.
Recitative, "Shall then the Son of Saturn," and Air, "The fatal blessing I resign," from the Masque of Peleus and Thetis. In full score, in the autograph of Edward Taylor, Professor of Music in Gresham College from 1837 to 1863, who has noted that this copy was made from a MS. in Dr. Boyce's handwriting in the Bodleian Library. oblong quarto.
Presented to the Society by Mr. A. T. Roffe.
1899. BUONONCINI (Giovanni Antonio). Chamber Duets for two soprani, soprano and alto, and soprano and bass. In score.
Si fugga si sprezza.
1900. CANTATAS (A Collection of) for a single voice. oblong quarto.
1902. CANTATAS (Solos extracted from the collections of) by Italian composers presented by Dean Aldrich to the Library of Christ Church College, Oxford. In the handwriting of James Malchair of Oxford.
1903. CANZONETS (A Collection of French and Italian), for two and three voices, about eighty in number. The composers' names are not given. small oblong quarto.
1904. CLARK (Jeremiah) and Giovanni Baptistà DRAGHI. Berbadoes Song," by Mr. J. Clarke.
Song on St. Cecilia's Day, 1687, by Sign' Baptist Draghi ; performed at Stationers' Hall. In full score, bound together.
The first is an ode in praise of the Island of Barbadoes; the latter is the well-known Ode by Dryden, commencing, "From harmony, from heavenly harmony," which was afterwards set by Handel. The names of the singers (Dr. Turner, Mr. Abell, Mr. Gosling, Mr. Marsh,
Mr. Woodson, Mr. Boucher, Mr. James Hart, Mr. Robart, Mr. Church, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Freeman, and Mr. Williams), are attached to the several solos, &c., in the latter.
Presented to the Society by Mr. Whitehorn.
1905. DRAGHI (Giovanni Baptista).
See No. 1904.
Ode on St. Cecilia's day, 1687.
1906. DUBOURG (Matthew). Odes and Cantatas, composed for performance at the Vice-regal Court, Dublin, on the birthdays of Kings George II. and III., Queen Caroline, Frederick, Prince of Wales, &c. In full score, mostly in the composer's handwriting. 4 vols. folio.
1907. ESTWICK (Rev. Samson). Odes for the Oxford Acts. See
1908. FESTING (Michael Christian). Ode on St. Cecilia's day, by Joseph Addison, commencing "Cecilia, whose exalted hymns." In full score.
Milton's Song on May morning. In full score.
Ode, commencing "For thee how I do mourn."
1909. GOODSON (Richard), sen., and the Rev. Samson ESTWICK. Latin and English Songs, or Odes, performed in the Theatre at Oxford at the Acts, composed at the latter part of the seventeenth and early part of the eighteenth centuries. full score, partly in the handwriting of Dr. Philip Hayes. Two volumes.
Several of these odes refer to the Duke of Marlborough's victories and other political occurrences.
1910. GRAUN (Carl Heinrich). Cantatas for a single voice. In full
spacious firmament." In full 1912. GREENE (Maurice), Mus. Doc. Part of the and Barak, paraphrased. In full score. of Dr. Alcock.
small quarto. Song of Deborah In the autograph
Dr. Alcock has written on the fly-leaf the following: "N.B. This is ye only copy of this Piece of Musick except one I wrote for Cha Jennens, Esq." There is another copy in the British Museum; Add. MS. 5326.
1913. GREENE (Maurice), Mus. Doc. Pope's "Ode for St. Cecilia's Day." In full score.
This composition was produced by Greene, and performed as an exercise on the occasion of taking his degree of Doctor in Music in the University of Cambridge, in 1730. Pope, at Greene's request, made considerable alterations in the poem, and introduced a new stanza, commencing, "Amphion thus bade wild dissensions cease."
1914. GREENE (Maurice), Mus. Doc. Ode for New Year's Day, 174, commencing "In vain the Muse," written by Colley Cibber. In full score, in the autograph of the composer. oblong quarto.
1915. Hook (James). A collection of Songs composed for performance at Vauxhall Gardens. In full score, in the composer's autograph.
Row dow dow. (For Mrs. Martyr.)
From the field. (For Mr. John-
Lack a day, oh! (For Mrs.
Ne'er believe 'em. (Do.) 1786.
Mrs. Martyr.) 1786.
Grand March for the South Lam-
Awake, my fair. (For Miss Bar-
I sigh for bonny Willy. (For Miss
When first my shepherd.
Rejoice, Britannia's sons.
Mr. Incledon.) On the occa-
The sigh. (For Miss Newman.)
Dear gentle Kate. (For Mr. Incle-
Young Damon. (For Miss Poole.)
The triumph of Venus. (For Mr.
Young Willy. (For Miss Poole.) 1787.
Young Jockey. (For Miss Newman.) 1787.
Fill, my friend. (For Mr. Mahon.) 1787.
If ever on this joyful day. (Do.)
For the King's birth-day. 1787. Je pense à vous. (For Mr. Incledon.) 1787.
Oh dear, I'm so pleased. (For
In vain, fond youth. (For Mrs.
'Tis the way of the sea. (For Mr.
Adieu, ma liberta. (Do.) 1788.
(For Mr. Darley.) 1789.
Confin'd like a bird.
The sable clad curtains. (For Mr.
With horns and hounds. (Glee.)
Some wives are good. (Catch.)