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245. HELMORE (Rev. Thomas), M.A. A Manual of Plain Song, containing a brief directory of the Plain Song used in the Morning and Evening Prayer, Litany, and Holy Communion; together with the Canticles and Psalter, Noted. 18mo. London, 1850. 246. HENSHALL (Samuel). A Mass for four voices. In vocal score. folio. London.

Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

247. HILLER (Ferdinand). "All they that trust in Thee, Lord," the 125th Psalm, composed for a tenor solo, chorus, and orchestra. In vocal score. folio. London, [1853]. 248. HINE (William). Harmonia Sacra Glocestriensis: or Select Anthems for 1, 2, and 3 voices, and a Te Deum and Jubilate, together with a Voluntary for the Organ. In score.

folio. [No date or place of publication].

The Te Deum in this volume was composed by Henry Hall.
Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

249. HODGES (Edward), Mus. Doc. A Morning and Evening Service and Two Anthems. In score. To which is prefixed, A

Sermon on the Melody of the Heart, by the Rev. T. T. Biddulph. folio. London, 1825. 250. HOLDROYD (Israel). "The Spiritual Man's Companion, or the Pious Christian's Recreation." Containing-I. An Historical Account of Music, and of its Divine and Civil uses. II. A complete Introduction to the grounds of Music. III. An alphabetical Dictionary, explaining all such Greek, Latin, Italian, and French words as generally occur in Music. IV. A Set of Psalm Tunes in one, two, three, and four parts. V. A select number of choice Hymns and Anthems, with Gloria Patri's : the Fifth Edition, with Large Additions. Plates.

octavo. London, 1753. 251. HOPKINS (John Larkin), Mus. Bac. A Collection of Anthems, composed by. In score.

folio, London.

252. HORSLEY (Charles Edward). Anthem ["I was glad"] composed for the consecration of Fairfield Church, near Liverpool. folio. London, [1854].

In score.

Presented to the Society by Messrs. Ewer and Company.

253. HORSLEY (William), Mus. Bac. A collection of Psalm tunes, ancient and modern, together with nearly two hundred characteristic interludes, the whole selected, arranged and composed by: in score.


Presented to the Society by Mr. A. Durlacher.

London, 1828.

254. HOWARD (Samuel), Mus. Doc. "This is the day," an anthem for voices and instruments. In full score.


London, 1792.

Presented to the Society, together with a set of separate parts in MS. (for which see Catalogue of MS. Music), by Mr. William Russell. 255. HULLAH (John). The Psalter, or Psalms of David in metre, from the authorised version of Brady and Tate; with appropriate tunes, set in four parts, with an accompaniment for the organ or pianoforte; edited by. folio. London, 1843.

256. HULLAH (John). Chants, chiefly by English Masters of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, edited by. Fourth

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octavo. London, 1859. Masses, No. 1, in B flat, and

Latin and German text. In small quarto.


258. HUMMEL (Johann Nepomuk). First Mass, in B flat, and Second Mass, in E flat. In vocal score, with an arrangement for the Organ by Vincent Novello.

folio. London.

Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

259. HUMMEL (Johann Nepomuk), The same; other copies. 260. HUMMEL (Johann Nepomuk.

Dritte Messe in D. In full score.

folio. Vienna.

261. HUMMEL (Johann Nepomuk). Quod, quod in orbe, Graduale.

In full score.

262. HUMMEL (Johann Nepomuk). The same.

folio. Vienna.

In vocal score.

folio. London.

In folio. London.

263. HUMMEL (Johann Nepomuk). Alma Virgo, Offertorium. vocal score. Latin and English text. 264. INGHAM (James). The National Chant Book; consisting of ancient and modern Chants, with the words of the Psalter, which are pointed for Chanting. oblong quarto. London, 1848. 265. Inzenga (Angelo). Stabat Mater, a tre voci, con accompagnamento di violini, viole, e bassi. In full score. folio. Madrid. Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth. 266. JACKSON (William), of Exeter. Anthems and Church Services. Edited by James Paddon, Organist of Exeter Cathedral. In folio. Exeter. 267. JACKSON (William), of Exeter. Anthem and Ode; and Hymns. See Nos. 378 and 1,333.


268. JACOB (Benjamin). National Psalmody; a Collection of Tunes, with appropriate Symphonies, set to a course of Psalms, selected from the New Version by the Rev. J. T. Barrett,

D.D.; the Music harmonized, arranged, and adapted by. In


octavo. London. 269. JEBB (Rev. John), A. M. The Choral Responses and Litanies of the united Church of England and Ireland; collected from authentic sources by. In score, 2 vols.

folio. London, 1847-57. 270. JOMELLI (Nicolo). Mass in D. In vocal score. folio. London. 271. JOMELLI (Nicolo). Missa pro Defunctis. In full score. Memoir of the Composer.

folio. Paris.

Presented to the Society by Mr. Joseph Hart, junior.
Missa pro Defunctis. In vocal score.

272. JOMELLI (Nicolo).

quarto. Paris.

Presented to the Society by Mr. Francis Deffell. 273. JOMELLI (Nicolo). Miserere, o Salmo 50 di Davidde, a due canti soli, a violini, viola, e basso. In full score. Italian and German text. folio. Leipsic. Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

274. JOVANELLI [Giovanelli], (Ruggiero). Motecta quinque vocum. Liber Secundus. Tenor part. quarto. Venice, 1604. 275. JOWETT (Rev. Joseph), M. A. Lyra Sacra; or, Select Extracts from the Cathedral Music of the Church of England, adapted

for one, two, three, or four voices, with an accompaniment for organ or pianoforte. In score. folio. London, 1825.


Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth. 276. KENT (James). Twelve Anthems. In score. folio. London; And a Morning and Evening Service, and Eight Anthems. In score. Revised and arranged by Joseph Corfe.



Presented to the Society by Mr. Joseph Taylor.

2 vols. in


277. KIEL (Friedrich). Requiem, für Solo, Chor und Orchester. Op. 20. In full score.

folio. Leipsic [1863]. 278. KILNER (Thomas). A Selection of Chants from ancient and modern Authors, arranged for four voices.

oblong octavo. London.

279. KILNER (Thomas). A Selection of One Hundred and Ten Metrical Tunes (Ancient and Modern), adapted to all Metres in general use. Harmonized for four voices or for the Organ, by. Seventh edition.

oblong octavo. London.

A Selection of Chants adapted to the respective Daily Psalms. Fourth edition. oblong octavo. London.

Presented to the Society by the Compiler.

280. KNIBB (Thomas). The Psalm-singer's Help; being a Col


lection of Tunes in three parts, with a Thorough-bass for the Harpsichord or Organ, and an Introduction for the use of learners. In score. small octavo. London. 281. KOBRICH (Johann Anton). Encomia Mariano Lauretana, seu, X Lytanie à quatuor vocibus ordinariis, 2 violinis et organo obligatis, 2 clarinis vel cornibus et violoncello ad libitum. Opus XXIV. In separate parts (wanting the trumpet and violoncello parts.) folio. Ausburg, 1762. 282. KONIGSPERGER (Mariano). Jubilatio Lyturgica, sive, Sex Missæ solemniores, cum hymno, Veni S. Spiritus, à IV vocibus obligatis, II violinis necessariis, II clarinis vel cornibus et tympanis ad libitum, cum duplici basso generali. In separate parts (the voice parts only). folio. Ausburg, 1750.

283. KOSLOVSKY (Joseph). Missa pro Defunctis. In full score.

oblong folio. Leipsic.

This Requiem was written for the obsequies of Stanislaus Augustus, last King of Poland.

284. LANGHORNE (William). A Book of the choicest and most select Psalm Tunes, as well ancient as modern, ... Together with certain Anthems and Hymns, adapted to several occasions With Instructions for Singing. Second edition.

octavo. London, 1723.

285. LANZA (Gesualdo). Gran Messa di Gloria, per due soprani, tenore, e basso, con cori e semicori, a grande orchestra. In vocal score. folio. London.

Two copies; one presented to the Society by Mr. Thomas Brewer, the other by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

286. LANZA (Giuseppe.) Stabat Mater for two soprano voices.

Op. 12. In full score.

folio. London.

287. LASSO (Orlando di). Missa ad imitationem moduli Dixit Joseph, cum sex vocibus.

288. LA TROBE (C. I.).

Wanting the last two leaves.

large folio. Paris, 1607. Anthems for one, two, or more voices; composed by various Authors; performed in the Church of the United Brethren; collected, and the instrumental parts adapted for the organ or pianoforte, by. folio. London, 1811. Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

289. LA TROBE (C. I.) Original Anthems for one, two, or more voices, adapted for private devotion or public worship; composed, and the accompaniments arranged for the pianoforte or organ. In vocal score. folio. London, 1828.

Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

290. LAWES (Henry). "A Paraphrase vpon the Psalmes of David. By G[eorge] S[andys]. Set to new Tunes for private Devotion. And a thorow Base, for Voice, or Instrument. By." octavo. London, 1637. 291. LAWES (Henry). The Same. Another edition. Carefully revised and corrected from many Errors which passed in

former Impressions, by John Playford."


octavo. London, 1676. 292. LAWES (Henry and William). "Choice Psalmes put into Musick for Three Voices. The most of which may properly enough be sung by any Three, with a Thorough Base. Compos'd by Henry and William Lawes, Brothers, and Servants to His Majestie. With divers Elegies, set in Musick by sev'rall friends, upon the death of William Lawes. And at the end of the Thorough Base are added nine Canons of Three and Four Voices, made by William Lawes." In four separate parts, bound together. quarto. London, 1648.

A copper-plate portrait of Charles I., believed to be the last published in his lifetime, faces the titles of the Cantus primus and Thorough Base, and is on the backs of the titles to the other two parts; and amongst the commendatory verses prefixed to the work is the Sonnet addressed by Milton to Henry Lawes, commencing "Harry, whose tuneful and wellmeasured song."

293. LAWES (Henry and William). The same.

The Cantus Secun

dus and Bassus parts only: bound together.

quarto. London, 1648.

Presented to the Society by Mr. R. W. Haynes.

294. LEGRENZI (Giovanni). Sentimenti Devoti, Espressi con la Mvsica di Due e Tre Voci. Libro Secondo. Opera Sesta.

In separate parts.

quarto. Antwerp, 1665.

oblong folio.


295. LE JEUNE (A.). Messe. In vocal score.

Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth.

296. LE JEUNE (Claude). "Dodecacorde, Contenant Douze Pseaumes de David, mis en Mvsique selon les Douze Modes, a 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 voix." In separate parts. Six volumes. The Dessus part contains a portrait of the composer.

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297. LE JEUNE (Claude). Les Cent Cinquante Pseaumes de David, mis en Musique à quatre parties. In separate parts. 4 vols. oblong octavo. Paris, 1650. 298. LEO (Leonardo). Miserere a due cori obligati col basso confolio. Paris.

tinuo. In score.

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