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MR. MAINZER.

MR. JAMES MILBOURNE.
MR. JAMES MILLER.
MR. W. O. MITCHELL.

MR. JOHN MOORE.
MR. I. MOSCHELES.
MRS. NAIRNE.

THE CHEVALIER NEUKOMM.

MR. VINCENT NOVELLO.
MR. J. A. NOVELLO.
MR. R. PARIS.

MR. WILLIAM PEACOCK.
MR. PETERS.

MR. HENRY PHILLIPS.

MR. JOSIAH PITTMAN.

MR. PROWSE.

MR. RANSFORD.

MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL.

MR. VICTOR SCHELCHER.

SIR GEORGE SMART.

MR. FREDERICK SMEE.

MR. GEORGE TOWNSHEND SMITH.

MR. SNOXELL.

MR. E. SPENCER.

THE REV. F. J. STAINFORTH.

M. WLADIMIR STASSOFF.
MISS STEERE.

MR. JOHN STEWART.
MR. JAMES STIMPSON.
MR. HENRY SUDLOW.
MR. JOSEPH SURMAN.
PROFESSOR TAYLOR.

MR. JAMES TAYLOR.
MR. JOSEPH TAYLOR.

MR. EDWARD THOMPSON.

MR. WILLIAM LEWIS TURNER.

MR. J. D. VIDLER.

MR. E. R. WALLIS.

PROFESSOR WALMISLEY. MR. THOMAS WATKINS.

MR. JOHN WATTS.

MR. E. A. WAUGH.

MESSRS. WESSEL & STAPLETON.

MR. JOHN WHITEHORN.

MR. CHARLES WILSON.

MR. W. W. WILTON.

MR. W. H. WITHALL.

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PRINTED MUSIC.

699. The Collection of the Works of George Frederick Handel, edited by Dr. John Clarke, in vocal score, with the instrumental parts arranged for a keyed instrument, by the Editor. Six vols., folio.

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700. Messiah, an Oratorio, composed by G. F. Handel. In full score, with the additional accompaniments of Mozart, and an arranged accompaniment by J. Addison. Two vols., folio. Plates. London. 701. Messiah, a Sacred Oratorio, composed by G. F. Handel. In vocal score, with an arranged accompaniment by John Bishop.

Presented to the Society by Mr. R. Cocks.

Octavo. London.

702. "Handel's Oratorium, Judas Maccabeus, nach Mozart's Bearbeitung." In vocal score. Oblong folio Bonn & Cologne [1820?].

Presented to the Society by the Rev. F. J. Stainforth. Alterations are made in some of the pieces-such as the addition of a short Chorus to the Air, "Father of Heaven," and the curtailment of the Chorus, "Sing unto God." No opportunity, however, is afforded of forming an opinion as to the authenticity of the additional accompaniments, this copy being in vocal score only.

703. "The Most Celebrated Songs in the Oratorio called Deborah, composed by Mr. Handell." In full score. Folio.

Published by Walsh, London.

704. "Songs in Messiah, an Oratorio set to Musick by Mr. Handel.” (With the Overture and Pastoral Symphony.) In full score. Folio. Published by Walsh, London.

705. Overturen von G. F. Handel, in Partitur, mit Vorwort von C. F.

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706. Solos for a German Flute, a Hoboy, or Violin, with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord or Bass Violin; being all choice pieces composed by Mr. Handel, curiously fitted to the German Flute. Two volumes (each containing seven parts) in one. Folio.

Published by Walsh, London.

707. Sonatas, or Chamber Aires for a German Flute, Violin, or Harpsicord; being the most celebrated Songs and Ariets collected out of all the late Operas composed by Mr. Handel. Vol. V., Part I. Folio (London); and

A Cantata and English Songs set to Musick by Mr. Howard. In
In one volume, folio.
London.

score.

Presented to the Society by Miss Dowling.

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There is another copy of the latter Work in the volume of Printed Music described under No. 563.

708. The Works of John Sebastian Bach, published by the Bach Society of Leipsic, from its commencement in 1851 to the end of 1854. In full score. Four volumes, folio.

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Leipsic.

1. Kirchencantaten, No. 1-10. This volume contains a portrait of the Composer and a fac simile of his handwriting.

2. Kirchencantaten, No. 11-20.

3. Clavierwerke. Erster Band.

4. Passionsmusik nach dem Evangelisten Matthäus.

709. The Cathedral Magazine, or Divine Harmony; being a Collection of

the most valuable and useful Anthems in Score. Three vols., quarto. Imperfect

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709.* The Same. (Volumes I. and II. only.)

London.

710. The Book of Common Prayer, noted. By John Merbecke. Reprinted, in fac simile, from the original edition of 1550. Small quarto London, 1844.

711. A Review of some Short Directions for performance of Cathedral Service. Published for the information of such as may be called to officiate in Cathedrall or Collegiate Churches, or religiously desire to bear a part in that service. The Second Edition. With many useful additions relating to the Common Prayer Book as it is now established. By Edward Lowe. Duodecimo. Oxford, 1664.

The First Edition was published in 1661, under the title of "A Short Direction for the performance of Cathedral Service, by E. L."

712. “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. Aud at the end of the Thorough Base are added nine Canons of Three and Four

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