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19th-Century Bound Musical Prints: Great Britain and Scotland

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HMP-1. Half-bound volume (red leather) with marbled covers. Page size 33.5 cm (H) x 24.5 cm (W) (pages trimmed for binding).

New & Improved Edition. MRS. MACDONALD, A favorite Scotch Air, With Introduction & Variations, COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO Mrs. Constable, (of Wassand.) PHILIP KNAPTON. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2s/6 LONDON, Published by J. BALLS & SON, 408, Oxford Street. [7 pp.; pl. no. 2049]

THE FAVORITE AIR, known as PESTEL, Arranged for the Piano Forte, and Inscribed to Miss Eleanor Worsley, by CHAS. W. GLOVER. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/- LONDON, Published by ADDISON & HODSON, 210, Regent Street, opposite Conduit Street, and 47, King Street, Music & Musical Instrument Sellers by Appointment to HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, & H. R. H. THE DUCHESS OF KENT. CHELTENHAM, Sold by C. HALE & SON, Music Sellers to HER MAJESTY, Promenade House & Montepellier Walk. [7 pp.; pl. no. 5567]

Introduction, & VARIATIONS BRILLANTES, pour le Piano Forte, Sur la Cavatine Finale, "Ah, non giunge uman pensiero," "Do not mingle," de l'Opera de Bellini. LA SONNAMBULA. Composées par W. PLACHY. OP. 73 Ent. Sta. Hall. Prince 3/. LONDON T. BOOSEY & Co. FOREIGN MUSICAL LIBRARY, 28 Holles Street, Oxford Street. [11 pp.; no pl. no.]

Book I. THIRTY FAVORITE AIRS, IN SIX BOOKS, Containing the following: Book 1. THE BRIDE...... THE FOREST RANGER..... FLOWERS OF SPRING..... WOODMAN SPARE THAT TREE ..... WE WILL BE HAPPY NOW..... Arranged in a Familiar Style for the Piano Forte, by THOMAS KERFOOT. Ent. Sta. Hall Price 2/- each Book LONDON, LEONI LEE & COXHEAD, Music Sellers to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, 48, Albemarle Street. [Title page only; "The Bride" itself was bound following Hünten's arr. of the Druids' March, below]

[Piano piece with variations, theme and variation one missing] [5 pp; no pl. no.]

Dedicated to the Young Ladies at Miss Debusay's, Beaufort Buildings, Bath. No. 1 LES CHANTS DE L'ALLEMAGNE VARIATIONS et Rondo. No. 1 Mélodie Viennoise No. 2 Barcarole d'Obéron PAR CAMILLE SCHUBERT. THESE WORKS ARE COPYRIGHT. Ent. Sta. Hall. OP. 87. Price 2 - London, Published only by Messrs. R. COCKS & Co. Royal Music Institution, 6, NEW BURLINGTON STREET, Piano Forte Manufacturers, and Music Sellers to the Queen. and Messrs. Cramer & Co. Regent St. London. in Paris, by Prilipp & Co. [5 pp.; pl. no. 6589]

No. 1 L'ALLIANCE. Three Favorite Airs. FOR THE Piano Forte, No. 1....AIR ITALIEN....2s/- ....2...RONDO sur la CACHUCHA......2/- ....3....AIR ALLEMAND....2/- Composed and Dedicated to the Ladies at Mrs. Barratt's School, Barrow Lincolnshire. BY FRANÇOIS HÜNTEN. These Works are Copyright. Ent. Sta. Hall OP. 101 PRICE 2/- LONDON, Printed & Sold by R. COCKS & Co. Sole Publishers of the Theoretical Works of ALBRECHTSBERGER, CHERUBINI, & HAMILTON, 6, New Burlington Street. In Paris, chez Heu, & at Leipzig, by Breitkopf & Härtel. [p. 1: AIR ITALIEN de ROSSINI.] [5 pp. pl. no. 3230]

No. 10 24 NATIONAL AIRS, Arranged in a familiar style for such as cannot reach an Octave, AND FINGERED THROUGHOUT for the Piano Forte, No. 1, TROIS AIRS ELEGANS [ . . .] 10, TROIS AIRS GRACIEUX. AIR SUISSE [ . . . ] Composed for the Publishers, BY CHARLES CZERNY. These Works are Copyright. Ent. Sta. Hall. OP. 455 Price 2/- London, Printed and Sold by R. COCKS & Co. 6 NEW BURLINGTON STREET. MUSIC SELLERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY, QUEEN VICTORIA I. ALSO BY THE SAME AUTHOR, PIANO SOLO [ . . .] [5 pp.; pl. no. 3011]

3 AIRS DE BALLET, No. 1. LAKERMESSE. No. 2 PAS DE TROIS. No. 3 LE GALOP. DE LA JOLIE FILLE DE GAND, EN FORME DE DIVERTISSEMENS Arrangés à quatre mains, et Composés par HENRI HERZ. Ent. Sta. Hall OP. 128 No. Price 4s/- LONDON Published by CRAMER, BEALE & Co. 201, Regent Street, & 67, Conduit Street. [includes no. 3 only] [11 pp.; pl. no. 4237]

No. 1 GEMS À LA PASTA, Containing the Admired Italian Airs, Sung by MADAME PASTA, Viz No. 1. Ah! come rapida fuggi....MEYERBEER [ . . .] ARRANGED FOR Two Performers on the Piano Forte, BY ANTON. DIABELLI. Price 2/6 London, ADDISON & HODSON, 210, Regent Street, opposite Conduit Street, and 47 King Street. CHELTENHAM, Sold by C. HALE & SON, Music Sellers to HER MAJESTY Promenade House & Montepellier Walk. [9 pp; pl. no. 2685]

POLONAISE FAVORITE, Chantée par Madame Persiani, DANS LINDA DE CHAMOUNIX, de DONIZETTI, DEDIÉE À Madame Amelia d'Olsoufieff, et Arrangée pour le PIANO, Par HENRI HERZ. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 3/- LONDON, T. BOSSEY & Co. FOREIGN MUSICAL LIBRARY, 28, Holles Street, Oxford Street. Paris, chez Schonenberger. Mayence, chez les fils de B. Schott CHELTENHAM, Sold by C. HALE & SON, Music Sellers, to HER MAJESTY, Promenade House & Montpellier Walk. [9 pp.; no. pl. no.]

No. 2. JOCK O' HAZLEDEAN [recte: Hazeldean], ARRANGED with VARIATIONS for the Piano Forte, and Respectfully Dedicated to THE YOUNG LADIES at the Miss Rinder's School, By JOHN HOPKINSON, Op. 14 Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/- LONDON, LEONI LEE, Music Seller to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, 48, Albemarle Street, Where may be had by the same author [ . . .] [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

THE FAVORITE Druids' march, In BELLINI'S OPERA of NORMA, Arranged for the Piano Forte, By FRANÇOIS HÜNTEN Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2s/6 LONDON, Published by CHAPPELL, Music Seller to Her Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. Paris, Meissonner. Mayence & Antwerp, Schott. May also be had This March as a Piano Forte Duet, Arranged by the same Author, Price 4s/- [6 pp.; pl. no. 5567]

"THE BRIDE." Nelson. "THE FOREST RANGER." P. Lovell. "FLOWERS OF SPRING." Lacy. "WOODMAN SPARE THAT TREE," H. Russell. "WE WILL BE HAPPY NOW," Bellini. [See title page bound earlier as Book I, Thirty Favorite Airs . . .] [One page each song; no pl. no.]

Esquisses de l'Opera Italien 3 Impromptu POUR le Piano No. 1 Anna Bolena No. 2 NORMA No. 3. Torquato Tasso PAR J. ROSENHAIN No. [3] A.V. Chaque 5f. PARIS, chez Mme. LEMOINE et Cie., Editeurs Bés du ROI, Rue Vivienne, 18. Londres, chez Boosey et Cie. L et Cie. 1221, 22, 23. Mayence et Anvers, chez les fils de B. Schott. [9 pp.; pl. no. 1223]

THE CELEBRATED German Air, "DU, DU LIEGST MIRE IM HERZEN," known also as "Am I not fondly thine own," Arranged with an INTRODUCTION AND VARIATIONS for the Piano Forte, AND DEDICATED TO Miss Mary Anne Maris, By GEORGE F. HARRIS Ent. Sta. Hall, Price 2s/6 LONDON, MONRO & MAY, Western City Musical Repository, II, Holborn Bars. And may be had of Wood & Co. Waterloo Place, Edinburgh. [8 pp.; no pl. no.]

THE ENCHANTRESS PERFORMED AT THE TH. ROYAL DRURY LANE [Portrait of coquette with admiring men] GEMS OF THE OPERA BY CHAS. W. CLOVER. ENT. STA. HALL .....SINGLE 2/6 DUETS ..... LONDON, PUBLISHED BY CHAPPELL, MUSIC SELLER TO HER MAJESTY, 50, NEW BOND STREET. [On p. 2:] Inscribed to Miss Louisa Hammond. Andantino. [+] BALLAD "I LOVE HER" [P. 3:] "OH HITHER PLUME THY WING [PP. 4-5:] PRIRATES CHORUS "EVER BE HAPPY" [PP. 5-7:] WHO HATH NOT HEARD [7 pp.; all piano arrangements; pl. no. 7190]

THE CELEBRATED MAZURKA AND THE CELLARIUS WALTZ, DESCRIPTION BY MESSIEURS LABORDE, CORRALLI, AND E. COULON, PROFESSORS AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF PARIS AND LONDON [description of the dances follow]. This description having been purchased of the Authors by Mons. Jullien, and regularly entered at Stationers' Hall, and at the Library of the British Museum; persons are hereby cautioned not to infringe on his Copyright. [P. 2:] No. 1 THE ORIGINAL MAZURKA and CELLARIUS WALTZE. JULLIEN [P. 6:] MAZOURKA QUADRILLE, AND CELLARIUS WALTZ. [description of origin and types of the Mozourka follows] [P. 7:] [dance figures for "The Celebrated Mazurka" and "Cellarius Waltz" : "The Music, composed by Mons. Jullien, is suited to the Mazurka Quadrille, as well as to the Cellarius Valse" [7 pp.; no pl. no.]

No. 1 OF Six Sets of FAVORITE QUADRILLES. Viz. No. 1, LA POSTE . . . By CAMILLE SCHUBERT. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/- LONDON, H. FENTUM, 78, STRAND. The above may be had as DUETS, Price 3/- each. [P. 1:] OP: 39. LA POSTE. C. SCHUBERT. No. 1. PANTALON [P. 2:] No. 2 ÈTÈ. [P. 3:] No. 3 POULE [P. 4:] No. 4 PASTOURELLE [P.5:] No. 5 FINALE [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

THIRD EDITION THE LEONORA POLKA COMPOSED & DEDICATED TO MISS LEONORA GEARY by her Sister AGNES SEYMOUR PERCY GEARY ENT. STA. HALL. PR. 2/6 LONDON. CRAMER, BEALE & Co. 201, REGENT ST. STANNARD & DIXON, 7, POLAND ST. [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

LA POSTE QUADRILLES, POUR Le Piano Par CAMILLE SCHUBERT. Ent. Sta. Hall. Pr 3/- DUET 4/- LONDON, Published by J. WILLIAMS, 123, Cheapside, CORNER OF WOOD STREET [11pp; piano duets; no. pl. no.]

TROIS AIRS ANGLAIS. No. 2. [ . . .] RULE BRITANNIA, ..... VARS. 2/- Arranged with Variations for the Piano Forte BY CHARLES W. GLOVER. Ent. Sta. Hall Price 2/- each LONDON, LEONI LEE & COXHEAD, Music Sellers to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, 48, Albemarle Street. [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

Dedicated to The Misses Wildes, of Thornhills nr. Maidstone. PIANO SOLO 1s/- PIANO DUET 2/- ANNEN POLKA, für das Piano Forte, Componirt von JOHANN STRAUSS. [ . . . ] LONDON, Printed by Messrs. R. COCKS & Co. 6, NEW BURLINGTON STREET. MUSIC SELLERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY, QUEEEN VICTORIA I. [ . . .] [5 pp.; duet version; pl. no. 6158]

No. 2 NOUVELLE RÉCRÉATIONS, Du Jeune Pianiste, pour le Piano à 4 Mains. No. 1 [ . . . ] No. 2 1. Marche de Semiramis. Rossini. 2. Air Bedouin. 3. Air Suisse. 4. Il Turco in Italia, Rossini. 5. Barcarolle de l'Eclair. Halevy Norma, Bellini. [ . . .] Arrangées par FRANÇOIS HÜNTEN, Ent. Sta. Hall. Price of 3s each Book LONDON, Published & Sold at CHAPPELL'S Musical Circulating Library, 50, New Bond Street. à Paris chez Schlesinger. [11 pp., with catalogue of piano works available on back of p. 11; pl. no. 5473]

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HMP-2. Half-bound volume (black leather) with marbled cover. "Music" written on spine; paper label "2" affixed to bottom of spine. Handwritten inventory on separate sheet inside front cover. 33&1/2 cm (H) x 24cm (W) page size (pages trimmed for binding).

Concerto No. 1 for the Piano Forte, With Accompaniments for a Full Orchestra Composed And Dedicated to Mr. J. B. Cramer By G. E. Griffin Op: 1. Entd. at Sta. Hall Price 10s,,6 without Accompts. 6,,6. London Printed for the Author, Northumberland Street. Published by the same Author, A Second & a Third Concerto Price each 10,,6. R & E Williamson, Sc 74, Moore Place, Lambeth [piano part only with each tutti written out; list of publications by Griffin follows on next leaf; handwritten date--partially cut off by the binder--on title page is June 29 (?), 1826; 25 pp.; no pl. no.]

Isabel. The admired Pas de Deux Danced by Miss Paton & Miss M.Tree In the Opera of Native Land; Arranged for the Piano Forte, By G. Kiallmark. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/6. London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co., 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland St. Dublin. [handwritten date, partially cut off by binder, and in the same hand as in the preceeding print, is July 21st (?), 1826; on p. 1: "Spanish Air"; 7 pp.; no pl. no.]

Book 1 of duets Select Airs, From Rossini's Celebrated Opera Semiramide, Arranged As Duets for the Piano Forte By J. F. Burrowes. Ent. Sta. Hall. In Four Books. Price 4s/ London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co., 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland St Dublin, where may be had Rossinis Operas "Tancredi," "Otello," & "Zelmira," arranged as above, as Duets for the Harp and Piano Forte, with Flute and Violoncello Accompts. in Books pr 5s, ea & for the Piano Forte, with Flute Accompts. in Books pr, 4s, each by J. F. Burrowes. [Contents: Serbami Ognor; Alle piu cal de immagini, Belo si celebri; Giuri Ognuno] [handwritten date (t.p.) in same hand as above = Oct. 19th 1826; 23 pp.; no. pl. no.]

Book 2 of Select Airs, From Rossini's Celebrated Opera Semiramide, Arranged As Duets, for the Piano Forte By J. F. Burrowes. In Four Books Ent. Sta. Hall Price 4s/ London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co, 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland St. Dublin, where may be had . . . [as above] [Contents: Ergi omai; Bel raggio lusinghiere; Dolce Pensiero; [handwritten date (t.p.) same hand as above, October 9, 1826; pp. 24-39; no. pl. no]

Book 3 of duets Select Airs, From Rossini's Celebrated Opera Semiramide, Arranged As Duets, for the Piano Forte By J. F. Burrowes. In Four Books. Ent. Sta. Hall. Prince 4s/ London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co, [. . ., as above] [Contents: Preghiera; Ah quel Giorno; Oh come da quel di tutto; Di tanti Regi e popoli; Vieni Arsace] [handwritten name and date on t.p., name largely cut off by binder (? Maria ? ?), October 19th, 1826; pp. 40-57; no. pl. no.]

Book 4 of duets Select Airs, From Rossini's Celebrated Opera Semiramide, Arranged As Duets, for the Piano Forte By J. F. Burrowes. In Four Books Ent. Sta. Hall Price 4s/ London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co, [ . . . as above] [Contents: In si barbara sciagura; Su ti scuoti; La Speranza piu soave; Te mia Sposa; Si, sperar voglio] [handwritten date in same hand as above (t.p.) is October 19th 1826.; pp. 58-75; no pl. no.]

Bochsa's Fourth Introduction and Grand March Arranged for The Piano Forte, By T. Latour, Pianiste to His Majesty. Ent. at Sta. Hall. Prince 2/6. London Printed & Sold by F. T. Latour, late (Chappell & Co,) Music Seller to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [handwritten date in same hand as above (t.p.) is May 15 1826; name has been partially cut off in binding ( [Cecilia] Maria a Court) [7 pp.; pl. no. L2433]

Il Sollievo, Rondo Scherzando, on a favorite Scotch Air, for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated to Miss Macgregor, by Cipriani Potter. No. 10 of Airs. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/6 London, Published by Clementi & Co. 26, Cheapside. Hewitt, sculp [Handwritten name and date cut off at top of t.p. (June ?, 1826?); 7 pp.; no pl. no.]

Six Progressive Sonatinas. for the Piano Forte, The Fifth Edition, With considerable improvements, By the Author, Composed and Fingered By Muzio Clementi. Op. 36 Pr. 6s London, Printed by Clementi & co., 26, Cheapside. [Handwritten name at top of page (partly trimmed): (Cecilia) Maria a Court; 27 pp.; no pl. no.]

[Four leaves torn out, prior to 19th-century consecutive numbering of pages in the volume]

No. 1 A Selection of Handels Choruses, Arranged as Duets for the Piano Forte, By Frederick Marshall Ent. Sta. Hall Price 2/- London. Published by Welsh & Hawes. Music Sellers (by special Appointment) to his Majesty, their Royal Highnesses the Dukes of York, Clarence, Sussex and the Duchess of Kent. at the Royal Harmonic Institution, Argyll Rooms, No. 246, Regent Strt. & to be had at all the Music Warehouses in the United Kingdom. No. 1, How excellent thy name [Saul] 2/1 [ . . .] [handwritten name cut off at top of page (Cecilia Maria a Court), with place name written underneath (Leamington); Marshall's handwritten initials at lower right corner of t.p.; 7 pp.; pl. no. 1942]

No. 2 A Selection of Handels Choruses, Arranged as Duets for the Piano Forte, By Frederick Marshall Organist of Rugby School Chapel & the Episcopal Chapel Leamington Priors Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/- London. Published by Welsh & Hawes, Music Sellers (by special Appointment) to his Majesty, their Royal Highnesses the Dukes of York, Clarence, Sussix and the Duchess of Kent, at the Royal Harmonic Institution, Argyll Rooms, No. 246, Regent Strt. & to be had at all the Music Warehouses in the United Kingdom. No. 1, How excellent thy name .....2/- 2 Welcome Might King.....2/- [Stamp of The Royal Harmonic Institution on t.p.; Marshall's handwritten initials in lower right corner of t.p.; 5 pp. pl. no. 1948]

Dulce Domum, A Favorite Air, Arranged with Variations, for the Piano Forte, and Respectfully Dedicated to Lady Skipwith, By Frederick Marshall. Ent. Sta. Hall Price 2/6 London, Published (for the Author) by the Royal Harmonic Institution, Argyll Rooms, 246, Regent Street. Piano Fortes & Harps, Sold, lent on hire and Tuned, Foreign and English Harp Strings [Stamp of The Royal Harmonic Institution on t.p.; Marshall's written or stamped initials are on the bottom right of the t.p.; handwritten on top of t.p. (name mostly cut off): Cecilia Maria a Court Leamington; 9 pp.; pl. no. 1267]

Third Edition Preludes for the Piano Forte in Various Keys Composed & respectfully inscribed to His pupils By Frederick Marshall Ent. Sta. Hall Price 5s London. Published (for the Author) by the Royal Harmonic Institution Argyll Rooms 246, Regent Street . . . [Marshall's written or stamped initials are in the lower right hand corner of t.p.; owner's name on t.p. cut off, but would be Cecilia Maria a Court; written place name remains Leamington; 17pp.; pl. no. 1241]

Di piacer mi balza il cor, Cavatina, Composed by Rossini, Arranged for the Piano Forte, By Signor B. Grassi Entd. at Sta. Hall ___ Price 2s London Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall 140, New Bond Street. [7 pp.; no pl. no.]

Harvest Home, A favorite Rondo, Composed & Arranged for the Piano Forte, By G. Cooke. Entd. at Statrs. Hall. Price 1s/6d. London, Printed for Goulding, D'Almanine, Potter & Co. 20, Soho Square, 424, New Bond Street, & No. 7, Westmoreland St Dublin. [written name on t.p.: Lady a Court (same as preceding handwriting); 4 pp.; no pl. no.]

A Bagpipe Waltz, for the Piano Forte, Dedicated to Mr. W. C. Hamilton, of the 10th Royal Hussars, Composed by Raphael Dressler. Music Master to the above Regiment. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 1s/6 London, Published by the Author, and Sold by Messrs. Boosey & Co. Music Sellers, No. 28, Holles Strt. Oxford Street. NB the above Bagpipe Waltz may be had (written) for a Military Band. [written at top of t.p.: Cecilia Maria a Court; 1 p.; no pl. no.]

Studio for the Piano Forte Consisting of Twenty Four Exercises In the Major & Minor Keys, Composed, Fingered & Dedicated, To Muzio Clementi, By Fk. Kalkbrenner. [Op. 20, Bks. 1-2] Ent. Sta. hall. Price 1£/ (?) London, Printed by Clementi & co. 26, Cheapside, & Chappell & Co., 50, New Bond Str. [name and date written on top of t.p.: Cecila Maria a Court 1822 (?)]; 60 pp.; no. pl. no.]

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HMP-3. Half-bound volume (black leather) with marbled covers, and front cover name plate "Agnes" (see also HMP-4 & 19). Spine title: Duets for the Piano Forte and Harp. Paper label affixed to bottom of spine contains the number "4". Inside front cover is a handwritten inventory in the same hand as in HMP-2. Paper size = 33 cm (H) x 25 cm (trimmed in binding)

Favorite Airs, (In three Books) Selected from Rossini's celebrated Oratorio Of Mosè in Egitto, Arranged For Two Performers on the Piano Forte, By W. Watts. Entd. at Sta. Hall. __ Book 1 __ Price 6s. London, Printed & Sold by Birchall & Co. 133, New Bond Street. [Contents: Celeste man placata; Voce di giubilo; Ah, se puoi cosi lasciarmi; Non è ver che stringa il Cielo; Ah! quel suon gia d'Israele] [31 pp.; pl. no. 1341]

Favorite Airs, (In three Books) Selected from Rossini's celebrated Oratorio Of Mosè in Egitto, Arranged For Two Performers on the Piano Forte, By W. Watts. Entd. at Sta. Hall. ___ Book 2 ___ Price 6s. London, Printed & Sold by Birchall & co. 133, New Bond Street. [Contents: Parlar spiegar non posso; Quale assalto, qual cimento; All'Etra, al Ciel; Tutto mi ride intorno; All"Idea di tanto eccesso; Ciel, qual turbine] [Pp. 32-69; pl. no. 1341]

Favorite Airs, (In three Books) Selected from Rossini's celebrated Oratorio Of Mosè in Egitto, Arranged For Two Performers on the Piano Forte, By W. Watts. Entd. at Sta. Hall __ Book 3 __ Price 6s. London, Printed and Sold by Birchall & Co. 133, New Bond Street. [Contents: La pace mia smarrita; Deh! ti consola; Dal tuo stellato soglio--Preghiera; Involto in fiamma rea; Mi manca la voce; Costei dal suo lato; Piera guerra mi sento nel seno; Porgi la destra amata; Tormenti affanni e smania] [Pp. 70-111; pl. no. 1341]

The Favorite French Air, Partant pour la Syrie, With Variations for two Performers on the Piano Forte, Composed by M. J. Liedesdorf. Price 3/6 London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co., Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street [13 pp.; pl. no. 1931]

Per piacere all Signora, A favorite Duet, In the Opera of Il Turco in Italia, Arranged for Two Performers on the Piano Forte and Dedicated to The Misses Elmsley, By R. Platt. Ent. at Sta. Hal ___ Price 3/- London, Printed & Sold (for the Author) by Birchall & Co., 133, New Bond Street [11 pp.; no pl. no.]

Oh! guardate che accidente, The favorite Quintett, From Rossini's Opera Of Il Turco in Italia, Arranged as a Duett, For Two Performers On The Piano Forte, By Augustus Meves. End. at Sta. Hall ___ Price 3s. London, Printed & Sold by Birchall & Co,, 133, New Bond Street. [13 pp.; pl. no. 1249]

Extracts from Macbeth, By Matthew Locke, Arranged as Duetts, for the Piano Forte In which is Introduced An Original Witches Dance, & Other Music, Composed & Dedicated to Tho. Robinson Esq,, (Woodlands Lancashire.) By T. Haigh. NB. In the above is Introduced the Original Overture. Ent. at Sta. Hall ___ Book 2nd __ Price 4/- London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co,, Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 50, New Bond Street [15 pp.; pl. no. 860]

The Symphony & Chorusses [sic], In Macbeth, Composed by Matthew Locke, Arranged as Duetts, for Two Performers, on the Piano Forte, By T. Haigh. Pr. 3/6 London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co,, 50, New Bond Street. Where may be had all the favorite Chorusses [sic] of Handel arranged as Duetts. [13 pp.; pl. no. 1492]

Select Pieces, from Rossini's Celebrated Opera of Othello. Arranged as Duets, for the Harp & Piano Forte, with Accompaniments for the Flute and Violoncello. Ad. Lib. By J. F. Burrowes. Ent, Sta, Hall, ___ Book [1] ___ Price 5s. London, Published by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co,, 20, Soho Sq, & to be had at 7, Westmd. St, Dublin. Where may be had Select Airs from Othello, arranged for the Piano Forte, with Flute Accompt. Also as Piano Forte Duets. __ & Select Airs from Tancredi, arranged in the same manner. ___ [Contents: Overture; Viva Otello!] [Piano part only; 12 pp.; no pl. no]

Select Pieces, from Rossini's Celebrated Opera of Othello. Arranged as Duets, for the Harp & Piano Forte, with Accompaniments for the Flute and Violoncello. Ad. Lib. By J. F. Burrowes. Ent, St, Hall, ___ Book [2] ___ Price 5s. London, Published by Goulding [ . . . ] in the same manner. __ [Contents: Cinto di nuovi allori; Vorrei che il tuo pensiero; Fra tante smanie e tante; Marcia] [Piano part only; pp. 13-21; no pl. no.]

Select Pieces, from Rossini's Celebrated Opera of Othello. Arranged as Duets for the Harp & Piano Forte, with Accompaniments for the Flute and Violoncello. Ad Lib. By J. F. Burrowes. Ent. Sta. Hall. Book [3] Price 5s. London, Published by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co . . . in the same manner.___ [Contents: No, non temer; L'Ingrata oime!; Incerta l'anima; Santo Imen!] [Piano part only; pp. 22-30; no pl. no.]

Book 3 of Favorite Airs, from Rossini's Operas, Consisting of A 1st Selection from The Opera of Il Barbiere di Seviglia Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte, With Flute & Violoncello Accompts. ad libitum By N. C. Bochsa. Entd. at Sta. Hall. R. E. Williamson, Scrip. et Sculp. 14 Moore Place, Lambeth Price 8s/- London,__ Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street [Contents: Piano, pianissimo, senza parlar (coro); Ecco ridente il cielo (Cavatina); Largo al factotum della citta (Aria); All'i-dea di quel metallo (Duetto)] [Piano part only; 21 pp.; pl. no. 1917]

Book 4 of Favorite Airs, From Rossini's Operas, Consisting of A 2nd Selection from The Opera of Il Barbiere di Seviglia, Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte, With Flute & Violoncellos Accompts. ad libitum By N. C. Bochsa. Entd. at Sta. Hall R. & E. Williamson, Scrip. et Sculp. 14, Moore Place, Lambeth. Price 8s/- London,__Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street [Contents: Ah qual colpo in aspettato. (Terzetto); Zitti, Zitti; Una voce poco fa. (Aria); Buona sera. (Quintetto); Presto, sbrighiamoci.] [19 pp.; pl. no. 1918]

Book 5 of Favorite Airs, From Rossini's Operas, Consisting of A 3rd Selection from The Opera of Il Barbiere di Seviglia, Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte, With Flute & Violoncello Accompts. ad libitum By N. C. Bochsa. . . . New Bond Street [Contents: Tempesta; Il vecchiotto cerca moglie (Aria); Freddo ed immobile come una statua. (Finale of the 1st Act.); Di si felice innesto. (Coro)] [Piano part only; 17 pp.; pl. no. 1919]

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HMP-4. Half-bound volume (red leather with worn marbled covers and front cover name-plate with "Agnes" imprinted--see also HMP-3 & 19). Spine title: Piano Forte Music No. 3. Paper label at tail end of spine has the number "1". Inside contents inventoried on an insert sheet on first flyleaf, in same hand as above. Page size = 33 cm. (H) x 24 cm. (W).

Favorite Airs, selected from the celebrated Opera of Il Don Giovanni, Composed by Mozart, adapted for the Harp & Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for the Flute, and dedicated to Miss & Miss A. E. Staniforth, By F. Fiorillo. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Book 4 Price 6s. London, Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall, 133, New Bond Street. [Contents: Eh via buffone; Il mio tesoro; Tra i due litiganti; Vedrai carino; Dalla sua pace; Di rider finirai/O Statua Gentilissima] [Piano part only; pp. 42-55; no pl. no.]

Favorite Airs, selected from the celebrated Opera of Il Don Giovanni, Composed by Mozart, adapted for the Harp & Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for the Flute, and dedicated to Miss & Miss A. E. Staniforth, By F. Fiorillo. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Book 3 Price 6s. London, Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall, 133, New Bond Street [Contents: Gia la menza è preparata; Ah taci ingrato cor; Non mi dir; Deh vieni alla finestra; Andante Sostenuto/Bravi! Cosa rara] [Piano part only; pp. 28-41; no. pl. no.]

Favorite Airs, selected from the celebrated Opera of Il Don Giovanni, [as above . . . ] Book 1st . . .133, New Bond Street [Contents: Ah! chi mi dice mai; Giovinette che fate all'amore; Madamina! Il catalogo è questo; Là ci darem la mano; Fin ch'han dal vino] [Piano part only; 14 pp.; no. pl. no.]

Favorite Airs, selected from the celebrated Opera of Il Don Giovanni, [as above . . .] Book 2 . . . 133, New Bond Street [Contents: Batti, batti o bel Masetto; Riposate vezzose ragazze; Venite pur avanti; Meco tu dei ballare; Trema scelerato] [Piano part only; pp. 15-27; no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture, Songs, Duetts etc., In Mozarts \ Celebrated Le Nozze di Figaro, for the Piano Forte Harp, Flute, & Violoncello. Arranged and Inscribed To Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Gloucester, By J. Mazzinghi. Book 1 Pr.6s/- London, Printed by Goulding, D'almaine, Potter & Co., 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7. Westmorland Street Dublin. [Contents: Non piu andrai; Signori di fuori; Esci omai; Giovan[n]i lieti; Vostre dunque] [Piano part only, but with harp inserts when needed to complete melodies; 11 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture [as above . . .] Book 3 . . . Dublin. [Contents: Sul l'aria; Dove sono; Ecco la marcia; Amanti costanti; Voi Signor] [Piano part only, with harp added as above; 11 pp. no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture [as above . . .] Book 2 . . . Dublin. [Contents: Crudel per che; Pace pace; Conoscete Signor Figaro; Ricevete o Padroncina; Susanna son morta] [Piano with harp added as above; 9 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture, Songs, Duetts etc. In Mozarts Celebrated Il Don Giovanni For The Piano Forte, Harp, Flute, Violoncello. Arranged & Inscribed To Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cumberland. By J. Mazzinghi. Book 2 Ent. Sta. Hall, Price 6s/- London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter, & Co., 20, Soho Squr, & to be had at 7 Westmorland St. Dublin. [Contents: La ci darem; Madamina; Meco tu dei ballare; Fuggi crudele] [Piano part only, with harp inserts as needed for completion; 11 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture [as above . . .] Book 4 . . . Dublin. [Contents: Batti batti; Gia la menza; Bravi bravi; O statua gentilissima] [Piano with harp inserts as above; 9 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture [as above . . .] Book 5 . . . Dublin. [Contents: Ah taci; Fra i due litigante; Mille torbide pensieri; Trema scelerato] [Piano plus harp as above; 11 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Favorite Overture [as above . . .] Book 6 . . . Dublin. [Contents: Vedrai carino; Ah signor; Non mi dir; Ah pieta] [Piano plus harp as above; 11 pp.; no pl. no.]

No. 23. Batti, Batti, O Bel Masetto, A Favorite Air, By Mozart. With Variations for the Piano Forte & Harp, And Accompaniments for a Flute and Violoncello. Composed & Inscribed to The Honble. Miss Ht. Addington, By J. Mazzinghi. Ent. Sta. Hall, ___ Pr.5s/- London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co., 20 Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland St. Dublin. [Piano plus harp inserts as above; 12 pp.; no pl. no.]

No. 6. Theme, from the Creation, With Variations for the Piano Forte, Harp & Flute, Composed & Inscribed to Mrs. Lenis, By J. Mazzinghi. Ent. Sta. Hall. __ London __ Pr.5s/- Printed by Goulding D'Almaine Potter & Co., 20, Soho Sq. & to be had at 7, Westmorland St. Dublin. [Piano part only, with harp cues; 9 pp.; no pl. no.]

Duo da Camera, for Harp & Piano Forte, Composed & dedicated (by permission) To Miss O'Neill, And Miss Ellen O'Neill, By W. Henry Stell. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 5s/- London, Printed by Rutter & McCarthy, Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 120, New Bond Street. [Piano part only; 9 pp.; pl. no. 26]

The favorite Air of John Du Bart, Composed & Arranged as a Rondo, for the Piano Forte or Harp, With an Accompaniment For Flute or Violin, By John White Junr. Ent. at Sta. Hall. ___ Price 2/6 Bath, Published at White's music Warehouses, No. 1, Milsom Street, & 3, George Street [Piano/flute score, signed at the t.p bottom by J. White; catalogue of music on reverse of p. 7; 7 pp.; no pl. no.]

No. 13 Pray Goody, With Variations, for the Piano Forte, Harp & Flute, Composed & Inscribed to the Right Honble. Lady Charlotte Gordon, By J. Mazzinghi. Ent. at Sta. Hall Price 5/- Piano Forte part 3/- London Published by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter 7 Co., at their Wholesale Music & Musical Instrument Warehouses, 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland Str. Dublin. [Piano part with harp cues; 8 pp.; no pl. no.]

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HMP-5. Half-bound volume (red leather with mostly brown marbled cover) with front cover label "Single Pieces For The Harp." Paper size = 34 cm. (H) x 24 cm. (W).

Di Piacer, from the Opera of La Gazza Ladra, Arranged for The Harp, and Dedicated to Mrs. Turner Jones By Fredk. Chatterton Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Pr.2/6 London, Published by W. Card, at his Flute Manufactory & Music Warehouse, 98, Quadrant, Regent Strt. [5 pp.; no. pl. no.]

The Highly Popular French March, Arranged in an entirely New Style with Brilliant Variations And A Coda A La Mazurka, and Dedicated to Miss Legh, by N. C. Bochsa Ent. Sta. Hall. J. Hull Pr. 3/6 London, Published & Sold by Bochsa & Co. at the Argyll Harmonic Saloon, 258, Regent Strt. and S. Chappell, Music Seller, 135, New Bond Strt. [9 pp.; pl. no. B.15]

Love's Ritornella, The favorite Air, In The Brigand, Composed by T. Cooke, Arranged for the Harp, And dedicated to Miss Keen, By N. C. Bochsa. Entd. at Sta. Hall. ___ Price 3s. London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street [Catalogue of harp music published by S. Chappell on reverse of p. 9; 9 pp; pl. no. 3707]

Imitative, Fantasia, For The Harp, In a New Style, Introducing the Admired Serenade, "Wake Dearest Wake!" Composed and Dedicated to Miss Boddington, By M. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Pr. 3/6 London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co., 20, Soho Square, to be had at 7, Westmorland St. Dublin & of all Music Sellers in the United Kingdom. [11 pp.; no pl. no.]

L'Arrivée D'Otello, Favorite Cavatina, from Rossini's Celebrated Opera of Otello, as Sung by Madame Pasta and Signor Curioni, Arranged for the Harp, By N. Charles Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Pr.3s London, Published by Clementi, Collard, & Collard. 26, Cheapside. [8 pp; pl. no. 1123]

The Admired Portuguese Hymn, Adeste Fideles, Arranged for the Harp, with a Characteristic Introduction, Brilliant Variations and Finale, Composed and Dedicated to Muzio Clementi, Esqr. By N. Charles Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Pr. 3s London, Published by Clementi, Collard & Collard, 26, Cheapside. and may be had of Goulding and D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square. [9 pp; pl. no. 1124]

Bochsa's Allemande, A Pleasing Trifle for the Harp, Dedicated to Miss Trotter. Ent Sta Hall ___ Price 2/6 London Published by Bochsa & co. at the Argyll Harmonic Saloon, 258, Regent Street. [5 pp.; pl. no. B.44]

Petit Rondo, a la barcarolla, for the Harp, Composed and Dedicated to Miss Penfold, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent Sta Hall ___ Price 2/6 London Published by Bochsa & Co. at the Argyll Harmonic Saloon, 258, Regent Street. [5 pp.; pl. no. B.43]

The Favorite March in imitation of A Military Band at a distance Composed for the Piano Forte or Harp," By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 1/6 London, Printed by T. Holloway, Music Seller, No. 5, Hanway Street, Oxford Street. [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

"Di piacer mi balza il cor," Rossini's Cavatina, Sung with great Applause, by Madame Bellochi, also by Miss Tree," Arranged for the Harp, and Dedicated to Miss Paton, By N. Charles Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 4s/- London, Printed by the Royal Harmonic Institution, (Lower Saloon, Argyll Rooms.) Piano Fortes & Harps Sold, Lent on Hire & Tuned. [15 pp.; pl. no. 453]

La Bergerette, " Introduction and Pastorale for the Harp and Flute Composed and Dedicated to Miss Lovelle By W. Henry Stell. Ent Sta. Hall. ___ Price 3/- London, Printed by the Royal Harmonic Institution. (Lower Saloon, Argyll Rooms.) [Oval stamp of Regent's Harmonic Institution with royal seal over the plate number 758] [] [7 pp.; pl. no. 758; reverse of p. 7 has a "Catalogue of Harp Music Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution]

Ar Hyd Y Nôs A Favorite Welsh Air with New Variations as Compos'd & Perform'd on the Pedal Harp at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, in Harlequin Amulet, By Mr. Weippert ___ Pr. 1s London, Printed & Sold by F. T. Latour, 50, New Bond Street. [3 pp.; pl. no. L 909]

Introductory Exercises, Or Studies, for the Harp, Composed for & Dedicated to his Pupils, By N. Ch. Bochsa. Entd. at Sta. Hall. ___Book 1.___Prince 8s/ London Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to His Majesty, 135, New Bond Street ___ [27 pp.; pl. no. 2401]

Introductory Exercises, Or Studies, for the Harp, Composed for & Dedicated to his Pupils, By N. Ch. Bochsa. Entd. at Sta. Hall. ___ Book II ___ Price 8s London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to His Majesty, 135, New Bond Street. ___ [pp. 28-53; pl. no. 2401]

Rudiments For The Single and Double Movement Harp, Exemplified In a Clear & Concise manner With Forty-Two Exercises For forming the Hands And the Fingering Marked To which are Subjoined Forty-Two Progressive Lessons Constructed on Plesing Familiar Airs Arranged in the Principal Keys," With the Fingering marked where necessary: The Whole Planned, Composed, & Dedicated to the Miss Sandys By Henry Horn, Professor of the Harp, at the Kings Theatre. Ent: at Sta: Hall. Price 15s. London Printed by Goulding D'Almaine, Potter, & Co., 20, Soho Sqr., & to be had at &. Westmorland St. Dublin. G. Rushall Sculp. 7 Leathersellers Builds. London Wall. [80 pp; no pl. no.; "Select Catalogue of Harp Music, and Duets for the Harp and Piano Forte. Published by Goulding and D'Almaine 20 Soo Sq:" on page following 80]

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HMP-6. Half-bound volume (red leather with orange marbled cover) with cover title "Duetts for the Harp" on a red leather label with gold embossing around the edges. Paper size = ca. 33.5 cm (H) x 24 cm (W).

Reminiscences of England, A Grand Fantasia, for the Harp, 
with Orchestral Accompaniments, in which are Introduced The Favorite Airs," "Rule Britannia," "Cease rude Boreas," And 
The British Grenadiers march," Composed & Dedicated to Miss Alicia Windsor, of Bath, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price of the Harp part with Piano Forte Accompt. 7/6. Quartett Do. _4/- Full Band _ 6/- London, Published by J. B. Cramer, Addison & Beale, 201, Regent Street, And Clementi & Co. 26, Cheapside. Of whom may be had The same Airs arranged by Mr. Bochsa for Harp & Flute, as performed by Mr. Nicholson & the Author. [17 pp.; pl. no. 537; harp part only, with piano and orchestral cues]

Overture to G. Rossini's Grand Opera Guillaume Tell, Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte with Accompaniments (ad lib.) for Flute & Violoncello, and Dedicated to Miss Richards & Mr. Henry Field, (of Bath) by N. C. Bochsa, Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Harp and Piano Pr. 6s/- London Published by Goulding D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square, Manufacturers of Cabinet, Harmonic & Square Piano Fortes, where an elegant assortment for Sale or Hire may be seen. [double ruled line] The Opera of Guillaume Tell is Copyright. [double ruled line] Flute and Violocello Accompaniment to the above Overture Pr. 2s/ [11 pp.; no pl. no; reverse of p. 11 contains "Harp and Harp & Pianoforte Music Published by Goulding and D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square; where may be had The Musical Bijou for 1830 . . ."; printing at bottom of page trimmed off; harp part only].

A Selection of the most admired Airs, from the Celebrated Melo Drame of Der Freischütz or the Seventh Bullet, as Performed at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House, arranged as Duets for the Harp and Piano Forte, by Theodore LaBarre. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 5/ London Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution, Argyll Rooms, 246, Regent Strt. ___ Piano Fortes & Harps, Sold lent on Hire & Tuned, Foreign & English Harp Strings [7 pp.; pl. no. 1616; harp part only]

"Non Difficile, Ma Brillante," ___ The Celebrated Tyrolienne and Swiss Waltz, Composed by Rossini, Danced by Madlle. Taglioni, at the Kings's Theatre, Expressly Arranged as a Familiar Duet for the Harp & Piano Forte for Her Royal Highness, The Princess Victoria, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Pr. 5s London Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square, Manufacturers of Cabinet, Harmonic & Square Piano Fortes, where an elegant assortment for Sale or Hire may be seen. [7 pp.; no pl. no.; harp part only]

Recollection of the Three Days. ___ 1830. Le Tricolore. La Marseilloise. La Jeune France. La Pariesienne. Les Enfans de Paris. La Polyte Chnique. (All titles are set as poinst in a circle radiating out from the main title, which is enclosed in a laurel wreath). A Brillian Duet, for Harp & Piano Forte, on favorite National Melodies, Dedicated to Miss Burdett. Composed by Paer, Auber, Mehul, &c. Arranged by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Pr. 4s London, Published by Bochsa, at the Argyll Harmonic Saloon, 258, Regent Street. [9 pp.; pl. no. B77; harp part only]

Book. 1 (Number is in pencil) The most favorite Airs, in Cimarosa's opera "Il Matrimonio Segreto," Arranged for the Harp, & Piano Forte, with (ad lib) Accompts. for Flute, and Violoncello, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent Sta Hall ___ Price 8/- London. Published by Mori & Lavenn, 28, New Bond Street. [13 pp.; pl. no. 2583; harp part only. Includes "Cara cara" & "Se fiato in corpo avete"]

Book. 2 (Numeral is in pencil) The most favorite Airs, in Cimarosa's opera "Il Matrimonio Segreto," Arranged for the Harp, & Piano Forte, with (ad lib) Accompts. for Flute and Violoncello, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent Sta Hall ___ Price 7/- London, Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street. [10 pp.; pl. no. 2654; harp part only. Includes "Udite tutti udite" & "Terzetto 'Le Faccio un inchino'"]

Miriam's Song, "Sound the loud Timbrel," from Moore's Sacred Songs" Arranged for Two Performers, on the Piano Forte with an Accompaniment for the Harp, by J. H. Little. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Price 4s without Acct. 3/ London Published by J. Power, 34, Strand. ___ [7 pp.; pl. no. 1025; harp part only]

"Gems a la Velluti," Consisting of The Favorite Airs Questo cor, Sorgete miei cari, And Mille sospiri, Arranged as Duetts, for the Harp & Piano Forte," by N. C. Bochsa. End. at Sta. Hall. ___ Price 7s. London Printed and Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to His Majesty, 135, New Bond Street. [11 pp.; pl. no. 3530; harp part only.]

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HMP-7. Volume bound in green cloth with "Music" stamped in a front cover black oval. Paper size = ca. 34.8 cm (H) x 24.6 cm (W).

Favorite Airs Selected from Auber's celebrated Opera of Masaniello, La Muette de Portici, Arranged as Concertante Duets for the Harp and Piano Forte, With Accompaniments ad libitum for Flute & Violoncello, And Dedicated To Miss & Miss Emma Green, By N. B. Challoner. Entd. at Sta. Hall ___ Book 2 (The numeral "2" is in pen) ___ Price 6 London Printed and Sold by Birchall & Co. 140, New Bond Street [pp. 15-27; pl. no. 2294; piano part only. Includes: "Market Chorus," "Prayer," "Grand Triumphal March," & "Bolero"]

"O'er the glad Waters . . . behold our home." Byron's Corsair. Parish Alvar's Celebrated Greek Pirate's Chorus, Arranged as a Duet For The Harp and Piano, and dedicated to Miss Metcalfe and Miss Umphelby, By J. Balsir Chatterton. Harpist to Her Majesty the Queen. and Professor at the Royal Academy of Music. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 4/- London, T. Boosey and Co. Foreign Musical Library, 28. Holles Street. Oxford Street. [5 pp.; no pl. no.; piano part only]

Fleurs Italiennes pour Harpe et Piano. No. 29 Ernani, Ernani Involami, Cavatina, de l'Opera Ernani, de Verdi, Arrangé pour Harpe et Piano, avec Accompagnement de Flute et Violoncelle, ad lib, Par N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 4/- London, T. Boosey & Co. 28, Holles Street, Oxford Street. [7 pp.; no pl. no.; piano part only]

Fleurs Italiennes pour Harpe et Piano. No. 30 Come Rugiada al Cespite. Cavatina, de l'opera Ernani, de Verdi, Arrangé pour Harpe et Piano, avec Ammompagnement de Flute et Violoncelle, ad lib. par N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. ___ Price 4/- London, T. Bossey & Co. 28, Holles Street, Oxford Street. [pp. 18-21; no pl. no.; piano part only]

Select Pieces, from Donizetti's favorite Opera Lucrezia Borgia, Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte, With Flute & Violoncello, Ad Lib and Dedicated to The Hon[ora]ble The Ladies Jenkinson, By N. C. Bochsa, Book 2 ___ Ent. Sta. Hall___ Price 7/- London, T. Boosey & Co. Foreign Musical Library, 28, Holles Street, Oxford Street [11pp.; no pl. no.; piano part only. Includes: "Come e bello," Viva il Madera," & "Il segreto per esser Felia"]

The Third and Last Book. Containing The favorite Introduction The Masked Ball Music The Cavatina Nella fatal de [sic] Rimini, The Admired Valse, And The celebrated finale to the Prologue, "Maffio Orsini, From Donizetti's favorite Opera Lucrezia Borgia, Arranged For The Harp & Piano Forte, With Flute & Violoncello Ad Lib. and Dedicated to The Hon[ora]ble The Ladies Jenkinson, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Price 7s/- London, T. Boosey & Co. Foreign Musical Library, 28, Holles Street, Oxford Street. ___ [11 pp.; no pl. no.; piano part only]

Wedding March from Mendelssohn's Midsummer Nights Dream, arranged for the Harp and Piano, And Dedicated to Lady Fitzwygram, By Parish Alvars. Et. Sta. Hall. Price, 3/6 London Published by Ewer & Co. Newgate Street, Leipzic, Breitkopf & Co. Milan, Ricordi [Relief stamp at bottom: W. W. Sutton ___ Musical Repository ___ 15 Shargate St Dover] [5 pp.; no pl. no.; piano part only]

Grand Coronation March, From Meyerbeer's Opera, Le Prophète, Arranged As A Duet, For Harp & Piano Forte, And Dedicated To The Misses Metcalfe, By J. Balsir Chatterton Harpist to Her Majesty, and Professor of the Harp at the Royal Academy of Music. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Price 3s/6 London, Chappell, 50, New Bond Street. [5 pp.; pl. no. 8293; piano part only]

Souvenir de Piccolomini, Duett, For Harp & Piano, on popular Thêmes from La Traviata, Inscribed to The Misses Rigden, of Faversham. By J. Balsir Chatterton. Harpist to Her Majesty, The Queen, and Professor of the Harp at the Royal Academy of Music. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Price 4/- London, Boosey & Sons, Musical Library, 28, Holles Street. ___ Popular Duets by the same Author. The Barcarole in Rigoletto ___ Pr 4/- Alvar's Greek Pirate's Chorus ___ 4/- [7 pp; no pl. no.; piano part only]

Chant National des Croates, Blumenthal's Celebrated march, Arranged as a Duet, For The Harp & Piano Forte, and Dedicated to The Misses Bromley, (of Stoke Hall, Newark) By J. Balsir Chatterton, Harpist to Her Majesty the Queen, and Professor of the Harp at the Royal Academy of Music. Ent. Sta. Hall ___ Price 3s/6 London Published by Cramer, Beale & Co. 201, Regent Street, & 67, Conduit Street [5 pp.; pl. no. 5053; piano part only]

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HMP-8. Half-bound (brown leather) volume with marbled boards, and leather rectangle on front cover stamped with the name "Miss Tattersall." Binders label inside front cover reads "R Ackermann Jun[io]r 191 Regent Street." Page size = 33.3 cm (H) x 24.3 (W). Music for piano or piano and voice.

In Four Books. The Favorite Airs, In Meyerbeer's Opera Of Robert Le Diable Arranged For The Piano Forte, By Adolphe Adam. Entd. at Sta. Hall ___ Book 1 [numeral in iron gall ink] ___ Price 4s. London Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [12 pp; pl. no. 4012; Includes: "Versez a tasses pleines," "Va! va! dit elle," Jadis régnait en Normandie," & "L'or est une chimère."]

In Four Books. The Favorite Airs, In Meyerbeer's Opera Of Robert Le Diable, Arranged For The Piano Forte, By Adophe Adam. Entd. at Sta. Hall. ___ Book 2 [numeral in iron gall ink] ___ Price 4s. London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [15pp; pl. no. 4013. Includes: "Ah, l'honnête Homme," "En vain j'espère," "Idole de ma vie," "Avec bontévoyez ma peine," & "Mon coeur s'élance et palpite."]

In Four Books. The Favorite Airs, In Meyerbeer's Opera Of Robert Le Diable, Arranged For The Piano Forte, By Adolphe Adam. Entd. at Sta. Hall ___Book 3 [numeral in iron gall ink] ___ Price 4s. London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [16 pp.; pl. no. 4014. Includes: "Valse Infernal," "Quand je quittai la Normadie," "Des chevaliers de ma patrie," & "Sonnez clairons."]

In Four Books. The Favorite Airs, In Meyerbeer's Opera Of Robert Le Diable, Arranged For The Piano Forte, By Adolphe Adam. Entd. at Sta. Hall ___ Book 4 [numeral in iron gall ink] ___ Price 4s. London Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [15 pp.; pl. no. 4015. Includes: "Choer Dansé dur 2e. Acte," "Que faut il faire?," "Evocation et Trio," & "La trompette guerrière."]

Third Edition What Fairy Like Music! [Vignette of musicians in gondola] A Gondola Song Or Duet As Sung By Miss Love and Mr. Braham With the most enthusiastic Applause At The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane The Poetry by Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson The Music By Joseph De Pinna. Ent. Sta. Hall. __Price 2s/6d. London: Published by Keith, Prowse, & Col 131, Cheapside. Where may be had, just published by Joseph de Pinna [list of works follows] [5 pp.; no pl. no.; on first page: "With embellishments by the Author as sung by Miss Love and Mr. Braham"]

Overture to the Celebrated Opera of Gustavus the Third or the Masked Ball as Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, Composed by D. F. E. Auber Ent. Sta. Hall [Double rule Pr. 3/- London, Printed, Published & Sold by D'Almaine & Co Soho Square [double rule] The Opera of Gustave, is Copyright [double rule] This Overture may be had Arranged for a Military Band. [11 pp.; no pl. no.]

Galop Favorit de Gustave III. ou Le Bal Masque, Musique d' Auber Arrangé pour le Piano Forte, par Henri Herz. Ent. Sta. Hall [double rule] Pr. 3/- Londres Chez D'Almaine & Co. Soho Square. Paris Chez Troupenas Mayence Chez Schott Copyright. [9 pp.; no pl. no.]

In Two Books [double rule] Select Airs, In Auber's Favorite Opera Of Fra Diavolo, Arranged for the Piano Forte, With Flute Accompaniment ad lib. By J. F. Burrowes. Entd at Sta. Hall __Book 1 __Price 1s London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [double rule] [15 pp.; pl. no. 3882; Includes: "En Bon Militaires," "Cher Lorenzo," "Diavolo, Diavolo!," "Le Gondolier," "Ecoutez"; no flute accompaniment included]

In Two Books [double rule] Select Airs, In Auber's Favorite Opera Of Fra Diavolo, Arranged for the Piano Forte, With a Flute Accompaniment ad lib. By J. F. Burrowes. Entd at Sta. Hall. __Book 2__ Price 1s London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [13 pp.; pl. no. 3890; includes: "Barcarolle," "Je Vois Marcher," "Il Faut Nous Hâter," "Oui Cést Demain," "Allons, Allons Mon Capitaine"; catalog of pianoforte music on back of p. 13; no flute accompaniment]

Haydn's Celebrated Symphonies Composed for, & Performed at Mr. Salomon's and the Opera Concerts, Adapted for the Piano Forte, with Accompaniments ad lib. No. 3 [no. 94, the "Surprise"] Ent. Sta. Hall [ rule] Pr. 4/- London, Printed & Sold by J. Balls, at his Music Warehouse, 408, Oxford Strt. [16 pp.; no. pl. no.; no additional accompaniments]

A Favorite Air With Variations for the Piano Forte Composed by Gelinek Price 3/- [number is in pencil] [all preceding in a double-line frame] London, Printed & Sold by J. Balls, at his Music Warehous, 408, Oxford Street [11 pp; no pl. no.; on first page: "The Queen of Prussia's Waltz, Variations by L'Abbè Gelinek"]

No. 6. Theme From the "Creation" with Variations for the Piano Forte, and an Accompaniment for the Flute Composed & Inscribed to Mrs. Lewis, By J. Mazzinghi. Ent. Sta. Hall [ rule] Price 3s/. London Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square, Manufacturers of Cabinet, Harmonic & Square Piano Fortes, where an elegant assortment for Sale or Hire may be seen. [9 pp.; no pl. no.; catalog of pianoforte music by Goulding & D'Almaine on reverse of p. 9]

[Double rule] In Four Books [Double rule] Récréations Musicales. Twenty Four Airs Selected from the most popular National Melodies & Favorite Compositions Of French, German & Italian Composers Arranged as Rondos, Fantasias & with Variations, For The Piano Forte, By Henri Herz. Ent. Sta. Hall --Book I-- Pr. 6/- Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square, Paris. E. Troupenas Mayence C. B. Schott Copyright [21 pp.; "No. 1. Herz Op: 71" in place of pl. no.; includes: "Air Allemand," "Romance de Jocaonde" Nicolo), "Air Populaire Russe," "Le Reveil d'un Beau Jour" (Mme. Malibran), "Air Anglais," "Choeur de La Muette de Portici" (Auber); catalog of new piano forte music on reverse of p. 21]

Tyrolesian Air, with Variations for the Piano Forte, Composed by Henry Herz. J. Hull. & Co. [engravers] Ent. Sta. Hall [ rule] Pr. 3/- London, J. Balls, 408, Oxford Strt. and at 6. Charles St. Soho [15 pp.; no. pl. no.]

Allegro and Air with Variations, for the Piano Forte, Composed by H. Herz. [rule with "J. Hull" underneath] Pr. 3/- London, J. Balls, 408, Oxford Strt. [11 pp.; pl. no. 326]

Grande Marche, Diabolique, from the celebrated Ballet, Faust, Composed by Monsr. Deshayes As performed at the King's Theatre, Composed by Adolphe Adam. Ent. Sta. Hall [Split rule] Price 2/6 London Published by Mori & Lavenn, 28, New Bond Street [6 pp.; pl. no. 3104]

La Bayadére, Andante & Polonoise, for the Piano Forte, Composed by François Hünten. [rule] Pr. 2/6 London, J. Balls & Son, 408, Oxford Street. [9 pp.; no pl. no.]

Dupuis Longtemps, Arranged as a Rondo, for the Piano Forte, by F. Kuhlau. Op. 31, No. 2 [rule] Price 2/6 London, J. Balls & Son, 408, Oxford Street [9 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Morn Is Beaming, Adapted to the Celebrated Barcarolle Sung with enthusiastic applause By Mr. Braham, At The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, In The Opera Of Masaniello, Composed by D. F. E. Auber. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Pr. 2s. London Published by H. Falkner, 3, Old Bond Street. [double rule] with "Preston." {engraver} underneath] [6 pp.; no pl. no.; on p. 1: "Written by W. G. Baily . . . Composed by D. F. E. Auber; French text set in small type above staff, English text in larger type under the staff]

Masaniello Or The Dumb Girl of Portici: A Grand Opera, Written for the English Stage By James Kenney Esqr. The Music by Auber. No. 7 [Engraving of crowd scene] Price 7 The Opera Complete £ 1.II.6. [list of numbers follows, of which No. 7 is "My Sister dear, [sung by] Mr. Braham] . . . London, Published by I. Willis & Co. 55 St. James's Street Piccadilly, [. . .] [5 pp; pl. no. 644; on first page: "Written by Mr Kenney The Music by Auber Arranged by Mr. Barham Livius]

Seventh Edition. "The Soldier's Tear", Ballad, Sung by Mr. Wood, In the New Interlude Sold for A Song, The Poetry by Thos. Haynes Bayly Esqr. The Music, Composed by Alexander Lee. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/- London Published by Alexander Lee & Lee, 86, Regent's Quadrant, [rule] "This Song is Arranged for the Guitar." [referring to an alternate version] [4 pp; no pl. no.; at end of piece: "Engraved by W. S. Joselin"]

New Edition. "The Deep Deep Sea," The Popular Cavatine As Sung By Madame Malibran, with Extraordinary Success at al The Musical Festivals, Composed By C. E. Horn. Ent. Sta. Hall [double rule] Price 2/ London, Published by T. Welsh, at the __Royal Harmonic Institution, (New Argyll Rooms) 216 Regent Street. [single rule, followed by other available pieces, followed by a final single rule] [5 pp; pl. no. 3539; page one adds: "The poetry by Mrs. George Sharp"; reverse of p. 5 includes "New And Select Music" published by the Royal Harmonic Institution"]

The Sea, Sung by Mr. Phillips, The Poetry by Barry Cornwall, The Music, Composed & Dedicated to his Friend Captain Gosling, RN. By "The Chevalier Sigismond Neukomm. Also by the same Author [ . . .] Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 3s/ London, Published by Cramer, Addison & Beale, 201, Regent Street. [11pp.; pl. no. 1016]

I Love Her! How I Love Her! The Admired Song as Sung by Mr. Templeton At The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, in the Grand Opera Of Gustavus The Third, Composed by Auber Adapted to the English Stage By T. Cooke, Director of Music to the Theatres Royal Covent Garden & Drury Lane. The Words by I. R. Planche. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Pr. 2/ London, D'Almaine & Co. Soho Square [double rule] [7 pp.; no pl. no.]

Masquerade Song, Sung by Miss Shirreff At The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, in the Grand Opera Of Gustavus The Third Composed by Auber Adapted to the English Stage, By T Cooke Director of Music to the Theatres Royal, Covent Garden & Drury Lane, The Words by I. R. Planche. Ent. Sta Hall [rule] Pr. 2/- London D'Almaine & Co. Soho Square [double rule] [5pp.; no pl. no.]

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HMP-9. Half-bound volume with green leather spine and corners, green & brown marbled covers, and gold-stamped green center rectangle on front cover labeled "Duetts [rule] Pianoforte." Includes duets for harp and piano (piano parts only). Trimmed page size is 34.3 cm H x 24 cm W.

[No title page]: Piano Forte Select Airs From Gustavus [III, by Auber] For Harp And Piano By N. C. Bochsa. "Answer: Might Sorceress" [14 pp.; pl. no. 3257; published by Mori & Lavenu? (see next piece)]

Gustavus The Third The Celebrated Galope, from Auber's Grand Opera Gustavus The Third, Arranged for the Harp, & Pianoforte, with Flute & Violoncello, accompts. ad lib. Dedicated to The Misses Beauchamp, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 5/- [price handwritten] London Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street. [rule] [ . . .] [rule] By permission of Messrs D'Almaine & Co. [6 pp.; pl. no. 3246]

The most Favorite Airs in the Celebrated Opera Of Anna Bolena as Sung by madame Pasta, Sigr. Rubini, & Sigr. Lablance. Arranged for Harp & Piano, Flute & Violincello Accompts. (ad lib.) & Dedicated to Her Grace The Dutchess of Canizzazo, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule} Book _ [rule] Pr. 8s. London Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square, [ . . .] [16pp.; no pl. no.; includes: "Romanza e Cavatine. Come innocente giovane. Sung by Madame Pasta," Aria. Da Quel Di. Sung by Signor Rubini"]

The most Favorite Airs in the Celebrated Opera Of Anna Bolena as Sung by Madame Pasta, Sigr. Rubini, & Sigr. Lablanche. Arranged for Harp & Piano with Flute & Violoncello Accompts. (ad lib.) & Dedicated to Her Grace The Duchess of Canizzazo, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Book 3 [rule] Pr. 8s. London Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square, [ . . .] [pp. 30-48; no pl. no.; includes: "Cavatina. Vivi tu Sung by Signor Rubini."; "Marcia Funebra. Introduction to the Mad Scene."; "Cavatina. Ah Dolce Guidame. Sung by Madame Pasta."; "Scena. Cielo a miei lunghi spasimi. Sung by Madame Pasta."]

Brilliant Duet, for the Harp, and Piano Forte, Composed By Henri Herz. This Duet, was performed with great applause by Mr. Forbes, and Mr. Chatterton, at the Concerts of the Societa Armonica at the King's Theatre, Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 7/- London, Wessel & Co. Importers and Publishers of Foreign Music, No. 6 Frith Street, Soho Square. [rule] [stamped:] J. Davis, Professor of the Spanish Guitar, & Music Seller To the Royal Family, Portsmouth. [19 pp.; pl. no. 2951]

Paganini À Londres Concertante Brillante for Harp & Piano Forte (with Violoncello Accompts. ad lib.) in which are introduced the most Favorite Melodies Played before their Majesties and at the King's Theatre, By Paganini, "Le Streghe." "La Campanella". "Sonata Militaire". "Carnival De Venice". "Favorite Concerto" &c. &c. Arranged & Dedicated to that admirable Violinist. by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. [double rule] Pr. 6s. London Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square [ . . . ] [15pp; no pl. no.]

Auber's celebrated Overture to Fra Diavolo, Arranged As A Duet, For The Harp & Piano Forte, With Flute & Violoncello, Accompts. ad. lib. & Dedicated to The Misses Littleton, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 6s/: London, Printed & Sold by Chappell, Music Seller to their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street. [ . . .] [13 pp.; pl. no. 5031]

Select Airs from Auber's Opera Of Fra Diavolo, Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte, With Accompaniments for the Flute and Violoncello, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Book 1 [rule] Price 10/6 London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to Their Majesties, 50, New Bond Street [17 pp.; pl. no. 3875; includes: "Introduzione e Coro," "Barcarole," "Cavatina," "Finale to the First Act."]

Gems De Rubini, The Favorite Airs, "Languir per una Bella", [Rossini] and "Cara adorata imagine", [Rossini] Arranged as Duetts, for the Harp, & Piano Forte, with ad lib. Accompts. for Flute, & Violoncello, by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 6/- London Published by Mori & Lavenn, 28, New Bond St. Piano Fortes, Harps, & Guitars, (for Sale or Hire) at the lowest Manufacturers Prices. [9 pp.; no pl. no.; catalogue of works published by Mori and Lavenu on reverse of p. 9]

The Overture, to "La Cenerentola", Arranged for the Harp, & Piano Forte, with (ad lib) Accompts. for Flute, and Violoncello, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 6/- London, Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street. [stamped:] J. Davis Professor of the Spanish Guitar, & Music Seller To the Royal Family, Portsmouth. [11pp.; pl. no. 2444]

Book. [1] Select Airs, from Bellini's celebrated Opera Norma Arranged for the Harp, & Piano Forte, with ad lib. Accompts. for Flute, & Violoncello, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 8/- London Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, Bond Street. [rule] [ . . .] [stamp in double-lined oval:] Dean Music Publisher 148 (?) New Bond Street [15pp.; pl. no. 3194; includes: "Coro e Marcia.__ 'Norma viene, Cavatina.__ Casta diva."; "Trio. __ 'Oh! di qual sei tu vittima."; "Duetto.__ 'Io fui così rapita."]

Overture To Il Barbiere Di Seviglia, being No. 2, of Select Overtures by Rossini, Arranged for the Harp & Piano Forte, with Accompaniments for Flute and Violoncello by N. Ch: Bochsa. Entd. at Sta. Hall [rule] Price 5s. London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell Music Seller to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [rule] [9 pp.; pl. no. L 2496]

Book [2] Select Airs, from Beethoven's Opera Fidelio, Arranged for the Harp and Piano Forte, with (ad lib) Accompts. for Flute & Violoncello, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. hall [rule] Price 6/- London Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street [ . . .] [8 pp.; pl. no. 3174; includes: "Choeur des Prisonniers"; "Finale"]

Gems De L'Opera. No. 9 Marliani's Admired Aria "Stanca Di Piu Combattere," Sung by Mdlle. Giulietta Grisi, Arranged for the Harp, & Piano Forte, with ad lib. Accompts. for Flute, and Violoncello, By N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 4/- London, Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street, [ . . .] [5pp.; pl. no. 3514]

Steibelt's Celebrated Storm Rondo, Arranged as a Duet for the Harp & Piano Forte, and Dedicated to The Misses Dyke, by Gustavus Holst. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 6s./- London, Published by Clementi & Co. 26, Cheapside.[13 pp.; no pl. no.]

Grand Duo, for the Harp And Piano Forte, Composed, & Dedicated to Madame Moreau, By D. Steibelt. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 6s./- London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co. 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland St, Dublin. [19pp; no. pl. no.]

Grand Divertimento, For the Piano Forte And Harp. Composed and Dedicated To Her Majesty The Queen of Wirtemberg, by J. Naderman. Entd. at Stats. Hall [rule] Price 7/6 London Published at Mitchell's Musical Library, 159 New Bond Street, oppoiste Cliffon Strt. [stamped:] J. Davis, Professor of the Spanish Guitar, & Music Seller To the Royal Family, Portsmouth. [17pp.; pl. no. 488]

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HMP-10. Half-bound volume in brown leather with largely green marbled cover. Paper spine label and interior marking indicate vol. 14, and there is an inventory inside the front cover in the same hand as, e.g., no. 11 [HMP-4], among others in the collection. Includes songs with piano (or sometimes piano or harp) accompaniment, glees, choral exercises and pieces for guitar, pieces for piano solo, et al. The name written on several of the pieces is "Miss Abraham."

[Title page largely torn out, but plates supply the following: "Songs of the Gondola, No. 3." From title page fragment: "Ent. Sta. Hall London Leoni Lee] Day is gently breaking. [Duet] Composed and Arranged by S. Nelson. [6 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] To all you Ladies now at Land. Favorite Glee. For Three Voices, Composed By Callcott. Price 1s. [Bottom of page:] Printed by W. Wybrow 24 Rathbone Place. and Sold at the Bazaar Soho Square. [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] "The Soldier tir'd of Wars Alarms, Sung by Miss Stephens. Composed By Dr. Arne, Arranged with an Accompaniment, for the Piano Forte, By Henry R. Bishop Composer & Director of the Music to the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 1/6 London Published by Goulding & d'Almaine, 20, Soho Sqr. & to be had of all Music Sellers in the United Kingdom [5 pp; no pl. no.]

[No title page] Il est trop tard, Romance. Avec Accompagnement de Piano Forte, ou Harpe, Composée par F. Blangini. No. 7 Pr, 1/- Londres Chez Rutter & McCarthy, 120, New Bond Street [At bottom of page:] London, Printed by G. Shade. East side Soho Square [3 pp; pl. no. 86]

[No title page] The Sweetly Blooming Rose, Rondeau Sung by Mrs. Bland, with the utmost Applause Composed and Arranged for the Harp or Piano Forte by Mr. Hook. Pr. 1/0 [rule] London, Printed & Sold by Preston, at his Wholesale Warehouses, 97, Strand. [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

Exercises for the Guitar, on those Chords, Which are most commonly used for accompanying the Voice, With the Fingering carefully marked and Dedicated to His Pupils By Henry Lea. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Pr. 1/6 London, Published by the Author, 14, Hanway Street, Oxford Street, [. . .] [3 pp.; no pl. no.; includes pieces published by Lea on reverse of p. 3]

Three Divertimentos, for the Spanish Guitar Composed and Respectfully Dedicated To His Pupil, Miss Louisa Hatten, by A. T. Huerta. Ent Sta Hall [rule] Price 1/6 London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to his Majesty, 50, Bond Street. [3 pp.; pl. no. 3546; catalogue of guitar music published by Chappell on reverse of p. 3, listing two further Chappell publications by Huerta, Six Waltzes, dedicated to the Hon. Miss Fox, and Five Waltzes, (2nd set) dedicated to Miss H. Howley]

The Original Air, Der Alpen Sanger, A Celebrated March, Played by the Military Bands, At Vienna, Paris, St. Petersburg, London, &c. Arranged from the Score, for the Piano Forte, By H. Paer. En[t]. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/ London Printed by T. Holloway, No. 5. Hanway Street, Oxford Street. [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

The Light Bark, A Celebrated Ballad, Sung by Madame Vestris, Composed by J. T. Craven, Arranged for the Piano Forte, and Dedicated to Miss H. Kiallmark, by Thos. Valentine. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule, under which is given: J. Hull {engraver}] Pr. 2/6 London, Published by H. Falkner, 3 Old Bond Street [7 pp.; no pl. no.; catalogue of music published by H. Falkner on reverse of p. 1]

[In rectangular double-ruled frame:] Handel's Water Piece. Arranged As A Duet For Two Performers On One Piano Forte. London. Price 1s Printed and Sold by G Walker 106 Great Portland Street. [5 pp.; no pl. no.; "Miss Abraham" written on top right of title page; p. 3 notes: "Adapted by T Carter."]

[No title page] Bragela, The Poetry from Ossian Composed for the Voice & Piano Forte, By L. C. Jansen, Esqr. Pr. 1s.6a. [3 pp.; no pl. no.; the two actual pages of music are for three voice parts--the piano part is absent excepting a cue in full-size notes in mm. 1-2 (if there is in fact a separate piano part); "Miss Abraham" is written on the reverse of p. 2]

[In a rectangular double-ruled frame:] How Excellent, A Grand Chorus From Handels Oratorio of Saul. Arranged for Two Performers, [rule] On One [rule] Piano Forte, By Haigh [rule] London, Printed by G. Walker no. 106 Gt. Portland Street. Price 2s./ [6 pp.; no pl. no.; "Miss Abraham" written on title page]

[No title page] Let the Bright Seraphims, Sung by Miss Stepens Composed by G. F. Handel. London. Printed by R. Major [2 unnumbered pages of music; "M Abraham" written on reverse (recto) of first page of music; voice and b.c. only]

[In rectangular double-ruled frame:] Handel's, Celebrated Chorus, For Unto Us A Child Is Born, from the Messiah. Arranged as a Duet for [rule] Two Performers on [rule] One Piano Forte, By Haigh [rule] Price 2s. London Printed & Sold by G. Walker 106 Gt. Portland St. [9 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on title page]

[No title page] Comfort Ye My People. Price 1s London. Printed for G. Walker, at his Music Warehouse 106 Gt. Portland Street. [3 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written at top of p. 1; voice and b.c. only, with orchestral segments added for keyboard]

[No title page] The Advent Hymn To which is added Two Celebrated Easter Hymns, Viz. Jesus Christ is risen To Day & Since Christ our Passover adapted for the Piano Forte, Voice or Organ. London, Pubd. by G. Hughes, 221, Tottenham Court Road. Price 1s./ [3 unnumbered pp. of music; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on first page of music]

[In rectangular double-ruled frame:] Now A Different Measure Try a favorite Chorus from the Oratorio of Solomon Composed by G. F. Handel arranged as a Duet, for two Performers, on the Piano Forte by T. Haigh Pr. 2s. London. Printed by G. Walker 106 Gt Portland Street [7 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" on title page]

[No title page] Holy Holy Lord, Composed by G. F. Handel Pr 1s./ [2 pages of music; no printer recorded;"M Abraham on reverse (recto) of first page of music; for voice and b.c.]

[No title page] I know that my Redeemer liveth Sung by Mad[a]me. Catalani in the Messiah, Composed by G. F. Handel. Pr. 1/6 [3 pp.; no pl. no., no publisher recorded; "M Abraham" on reverse of p. 2; voice and b.c.]

[No title page] See the Conq'ring Hero comes A Celebrated Song for 2/or3/ Voices for Piano Forte, Composed by G. F. Handel. Pr. 1/- [2 pages of music, no publisher recorded; "M Abraham" on reverse of page 2; voices and b.c. (with optional voice part in place of b.c.]

Handel's Celebrated Grand Hallelujah Chorus from the Messiah, Arranged as a Duett for Two Performers [rule] On [rule] One Piano Forte. Price 2s. [rule] London Printed for A. Hamilton Piccadilly. [ . . .] [7 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on title page]

[No title page] Lord Remember Me, A Much Admired Hymn, For 4 Voices and the Piano Forte, the Words and Music by the Rev. Dr. Haneis London, Published by G. Shade, East side of Soho Square. [rule] Price 1s. [3 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on reverse of p. 2; includes part for one or two German Flutes]

[No title page] But thou didst not leave, in the Messiah, Composed by G. F. Handel. Pr. 1s/ [2 pages of music; no publisher recorded; "M Abraham" written on the recto of the first leaf; voice and b.c.]

[No title page] Easter Hymn and Evening Hymn London Printed by G. Walker 106 Great Portland Street Pr. 1s [3 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on recto of the first leaf]

[No title page] Remember Me, A Celebrated Ballad, The Words by G. Walker, The Music by J. Whitaker. [rule] Third Edition [rule] Price 1s. London. Printed for G. Walker, Publisher of Books and Music 105 and 106 Great Portland Street. [3 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on p. 1;for voice and piano; includes part for German Flute]

[No title page] "What Is Prayer?" Composed For a Single Voice, with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte, By Wm. Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon. Organist of the Asylum & Blegrave Chapels Entd. at Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s. [rule] London, [rule] Printed & Sold by Birchall & Co. 140, New Bond Street. [ . . .] [5 pp.; no pl. no.; "M Abraham" written on title page]

[No title page] Lightly Tread, A Celebrated Glee For 3 Voices. Composed by Purcell, and Arranged as a Duett for Two Flutes or Clarionetts. [rule] Pr. 1s/. London. Published by G. Shade, Soho Square [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] Here's A Health To All Good Lasses, A Celebrated Glee, as adapted by Callcott. [rule] Price 1s./- [ast bottom of page:] London Printed by W. & S. Wybrow 24, Rathbone Place. [2 pp. of music; no pl. no.]

[No title page] When Arthur First In Court Began, A Celebrated Glee, For The Piano Forte, By J. W. Callcott. [rule] Price 1s./ [At bottom of page:] London Printed by W. & S. Wybrow, 24 Rathbone Place. Publers of a great Variety off french [sic] Songs. [3 pp; no pl. no.; in spite of the title, in vocal score with texts underlaid]

[No title page] Ah How Sophia (Alias) A House on Fire The Favorite Catch as Sung at the Nobelman & Gentlemans Catch Club. At the Thatch'd House St. James Street. Composed by J. W. Callcott, Bach. Mus. Oxon. [At bottom of page:] London Published by G. Shade. East Side Soho Square. [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] The Savior's Triumph, words by Dr. Watts music by Dr. Cope. Entd. at Stats. Hall Pr. 1s.6d. London. Printed for the Author by J. Peck 52 Paternoster Row. [4 pp.; no pl. no.]

Cowper's Hymn, "God Moves In A Mysterious Way." The Music Composed & Respectfully Dedicated To The Right Hon[ora]ble Lady Mary Stopford By E. Iselin Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s/: London, Published for the Authoress by R. Mills, 140, New Bond Street [5 pp.; no pl. no.; "Miss Abraham" written on title page]

[No title page] Hymn To Nature, Sung with unbounded applause at The Oratorios, Drury Lane Theatre By Mrs. Salmon, Miss Goodall, Mr. Brahma, & Mr. Serrail, The Poetry by J. Brandon, m Esqr. Composed by Mr. Braham. [rule] Price 2s/- London, Printed by the Regent's harmonic Institution. [pages labeled 24-29; pl. no. 192; inscription to Miss Abraham on p. 24]

The Minstrel's Lay, From the Widow of Nain, Written by the Revd. Thos. Dale. M.A. Set to Music And respectfully Dedicated to Mrs. Dale, by Miss Julia Griffiths. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/- London, Printed by J. Hart, Hatton Garden. [5 pp.; no pl. no.; "Miss F Abraham" written on title page]

[No title page] The Death of the Christian, A Funeral Ode Written by the Revd. William Jones, Set to Music by J. Fawceltt. Author of the Harp of Zion, &c) Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 1s/- London Published by J. Hart, 109, Hatton Garden.[4 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] Non Nobis Domine, The Celebrated Canon, Performed at The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, and at Public Dinner Pr.1[?] [At bottom of page:] London Printed for F: Shade East side of soho [sic] Square [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

"Almighty Father," Sacred Song, Written by Edwin Ransford, Esqr. and sung with great applause by his Son Master Ransford, To whom it is Inscribed by his Friend the Composer, James Kendrick Pyne Junr. Ent. Sta. hall [rule] Pr. 2/- London, H. Falkner, 3, Old Bond Street. and to be had of Mr. Ransford, 46, Museum Street, Bloomsbury. [5 pp.; no. pl. no.; "Miss Abraham" written on title page; voice and piano]

A Collection Of Original Psalm Tunes for three and four Voices, In the usual measure, By Saml. Webbe Senr. & Junr. Adapted for the use of Congregations. end. at Stats. Hall. Price 6/- [number is handwritten] London Printed for the Proprietor & Sold by Clementi & Co. 26. Cheapside & by H. Hime & Son Liverpool. \ Engraved & Printed by Hime & Son. [28 pages of music plus a one-page index; no pl. no.

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HMP-11. Half-bound volume (red leather) with marbling on covers which is now completely worn off. A center front cover label is likewise missing. Paper label on spine contains the numeral 18. Handwritten catalog pasted inside front cover is in the same hand as in HMP-10 and others in the collection. Inside front cover is a paper label: "Bound and Sold, by A. Brown & Co. Booksellers Aberdeen" Page size = 33.3 cm. H x 24 cm. W

Le Désiré, Divertissement pour le Piano Forte, Ou La Harpe, avec Accompagnement De Flûte Ou Harmonica, (ad libitum) Composé et Dedié à Madame La Comtesse de La Ferronnay, Par T. Latour, Pianiste de Son Altesse Royale Monseigneur le Prince Reg[e]t Ent. at Sta. Hall Price 5/- London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [17 pp.; pl. no. 285; piano part with flute/musical glasses part written above in cue-sized notes]

An Anglo Caledonian Air with Variations for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated to Miss Baillie, of Grosvenor Street, By J. B. Cramer. Entd. at Sta. Hall Price 3s. London Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music and Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [8 pp.; pl. no. 86]

Divertimento, alla Montanara, for the Piano Forte, Composed and Dedicated to Miss Stanwir, By P. Antony Corri. Entd. at Sta. Hall Price 4s. London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [11pp.; pl. no. 151]

La Replique, A Divertimento, for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for the Flute, (ad libitum) Composed & Dedicated to The Hon[ora]ble Captn. Allen, By T. Latour, Pianiste to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent. Entd. at Sta Hall. [rule] Price 4s/- London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Music Instrument Sellers, 124 New Bond Street [11 pp.; pl. no. 71; piano score with flute written above in cue-sized notes]

"La Strenna", A Divertimento, for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated to Mrs. Edmond S. P. Knox, By J. B. Bramer. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Price 4s/. London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers 124, New Bond Street. [13 pp.; pl. no. 233]

Le Rendezvous à la Chasse, A Divertimento, for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated To Miss Paul, By J. B. Cramer. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Price 4s. London, Printed 7 Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [11 pp.; pl. no. 340]

Rousseau's Dream, An Air with Variations for the Piano Forte, Composed and Dedicated to The Right Hon[ora]ble The Countess of Delaware, By J. B. Cramer. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Price 3s. Printed & Sold by Chappell & co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [9 pp.; pl. no. 216]

[Title page missing] Le Retour de Cambridge. Composed by J[ohn]. Gildon. [4 pages of music; no pl. no.; right upper corner of music cut off, but the date 1811 remains, written in oxidized iron-gall ink.] [London. Balls & Co., [1808]. OCLC: 48903629]

The Nightingale A Favorite Air Arranged As A Lesson for the Piano Forte By J. Dale Ent. at Stat. Hall. Pr. 2/ [rule] London Printed for 7 Sold by the Author, Piano Forte Maker, (by Appointment) to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, & Music Seller to the Royal Family, No. 19, Cornhill, the corner of Holles Street, Oxford Street, & No. 151, New Bond Street. [5 pp.; no. pl. no.]

[Inside hatched unequal-sided octagon with decorations of musical instruments around the outside:] Clementi & Comp[an]y's Collection of Rondos, Airs, With Variations, And Military Pieces, For The Piano Forte. By the most Esteemed Composers. [Below the octagon:] London, Printed by Clementi, Banger, Collard, Davis, & Collard, Cheapside No. 12 [numeral in ink] Price 1/6 [numerals in ink] [includes pages {64}-66; no pl. no.; contains "A Favorite Spanish Air, Arranged as a Rondo [rule] By D. Steibelt," and "The Nightingale. A Favorite Rondo."]

No. 3. Sonata, for the Piano Forte, In which is Introduced the Airs "Fy let us a' to the Bridal" And Logie O'Buchan," Composed by J. B. Cramer. Price 4/- [rule] London [rule] Printed & Sold by W. Mitchell, at his Musical Circulating Library, & Instrument Warehouse, 159 New Bond Street, Opposite Clifford Strt. [. . .] [pp. 30-41 (complete work); pl. no. 140]

[Inside double-ruled rectangle with illustration of a cupd with harp and music instruments:] Air with Variations for the Piano Forte Composed by W. A. Mozart. No. 18 [numeral in ink] Price 2s./ London Printed by Goulding D'Almaine, Potter, & Co. Music Sellers to their Royal Highnesses the Prince & Princess of Wales [ . . .] [13 pp.; no pl. no.; E-flat major]

[In frame topped by dual royal crowns, one English, one German:] National Melodies, Consisting of the most Admired Airs Of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales, Arranged as Rondos, or with Variations for the Piano Forte and an Introductory Movement to each Composed by The Most Eminent Authors. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [At bottom of frame:] R & E Williamson, Sc No. 20 [numeral hand-written] Price 2s/6d. NB This Selection will consist of 24 Numbers; and the Subject will be arranged by the most eminent Professors: amongst whom are Messrs. Cramer, P. A. Corri, Dance, Graeff, Griffin, Haigh, Latour, and Meves, &c. &c. London. Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers. 124 New Bond Street. [8 pp.; pl. no. 196; includes "My Jo Janet, Arranged & Dedicated to Miss Hibbert, of Birtles Hall, Cheshire, By J. G. Graeff. No. 20."]

Piece or pieces cut out of the book, 5 leaves.

A Military Serenade, for the Piano Forte, Composed by L. Hoberecht. Ent. at Sta. Hall. Price 3/- [rule] London, [rule] Printed & Sold by Chappell & co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Strt. [10pp; pl. no. 175]

[No title page] Bluebeard, A Favorite Air in that Grand Pantomime Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Arranged as a Rondo for the Piano Forte, [rule] by [rule] D. Steibelt. Entered at Stationers Hall Price 1s.6d. London, Printed by Muzio Clementi & Co. 26 Cheapside [6 pp.; no pl. no.; "1813" written in iron-gall ink on first page]

[In unequal-sided octagon surrounded by drawings of musical instruments:] Clementi & Comp[an]y's Collection of Rondos, Airs With Variations, And Military Pieces, For The Piano Forte, By the most Esteemed Composers. [Under decorative ribbon below octagon:] London, Printed by Clementi, Banger, Collard, Davis, & Collard, Cheapside No. 19 [numeral added in pen] Price 1/6 [numerals added in pen] [includes pp. 103-107, "The Rosary. Arranged as a Rondo [rule] By J. L. Dussek.; no pl. no.; pieces published by Clementi and Company on reverse of 107]

[No title page] Thou Art Gone Awa, A Favourite Scots Song, with Variations (one of which in Imitation of the Bag Pipes) And A Violin Accompaniment, By Sigr. Corri. Price 1/6 Glasgow, Printed & Sold by J. Mc. Fadyen, Music Seller No. 30 Wilson Street. [At bottom of page:} Eng. by Walker & Hutton. [4 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] A New Waltz, Composed by an Amateur, Arranged for the Piano Forte, by L. Asioli Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Pr. 1s. To be had at 12, King St. corner of Nassau St. Soho Sq. [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

No. 2 Sonata, for the Piano Forte, in which is Introduced the Airs "By him we love offended" And "Jenny's Baw-Bee", Composed by J. B. Cramer. Price 4/- [rule] London [rule] Printed & Sold by W. Mitchell, at his Musical Circulating Library, & Instrument Warehouse, 159, New Bond Strt. opposite Clifford Strt. [ . . .] [pp. 16-29; pl. no. 140; "1814" written in iron-gall ink on title page]

The Troubadour, A Divertimento, for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for the Flute (ad libitum) Composed & Dedicated to The Hon[ora]ble Miss Douglas, of Douglas. By T. Latour, Pianiste to His Royal Higness the Prince Regent. [engravingof troubadour with harp] End. at Sta. Hall Price 4s London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street [13 pp.; pl. no. 170; piano part only]

[German crown with "Ich dien"] La Coquette, Sonate, pour le Piano Forte, Avec Accompagnement de Flute ad libitum [rule] Composée par T. Latour, Pianiste de Son Altesse Royale Monseigneur le Prince de Galles. Entd. at Sta. Hall [rule] Prince 5s/. London, Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall, No. 133, New Bond Street [13 pp.; no pl. no.; "1815" in iron-gall ink on title page]

The Celebrated Storm rondo From Steibelts Grand Concerto Dedicated To Miss Frances Fitz-Gerald for the Piano Forte, As performed with the greatest Applause at the Opera Concerts By The Author. Price 3/. [rule] London. Printed by Mess Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. No. 20, Soho Square & No. 7, Westmorland Street Dublin. [pp. 20-29; no pl. no.; plate ID reads "Steibelt Op: 33"; "1812" written in iron-gall ink on title page]

No 42 [numeral in iron-gall ink] [German crown] Price 1/. [price in iron-gall ink] [Between two tall ornamental stands:] Mozart's, Selection of Piano-Forte Music, Consisting of Single Sonatas, Duets, Trios, Quartetts, Airs with Variations &c. with and without Accompaniments Published By Theobald Monzani, & Co. [rule] Music Sellers [rule] To His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, No. 24, Dover Street, Piccadilly. [On page 2:] Atto Secondo March Nell'Opera Il Flauto Magico Di. W. A. Mozart. With a Flute Accompaniment ad Libitum Price 1s [3 pp.; no pl. no.; pp. 2-3 labeled 84-85 at bottom of page; piano part only]

The Favorite Overture to the Zauberflote, for the Piano Forte or Harp, Composed by W. A. Mozart. Pr. 2/6 [price in iron-gall ink] London, Publish'd by C. Wheatstone, at his Music Warehouse, 436, Strand. [ . . ..] [7 pp.; no pl. no.]

Favorita Waltz Brazilense Para Piano-Forte Com acompanhamento de Flauta Dedicada a Sua Alteza Real Principe Regente de Portugal e Brazil Por Pedro Weldon Prix 2fr. 50c. A Paris Chez Jouve, Md. de Musique, Facteur d'Instrumens et Cordes de Naples. Palais royal galerie de pierre No. 96 côté du Péron Propriété de l'Editeur Ecrit par Jeannes 189 [8 pp.; pl. no. 189]

Variations Pour le Piano Forté Sur l'Air chérí [double rule] Vive Henry IV. Charmante Gabrielle, et la Walse favorite de la Reine de Prusse Dédiées à Son Altesse le Prince Royal Frédéric Guillaume de Prusse. Par L. Jadin Membre du Conservatoire de Musique de France. Prix 4f. 50c. Propriété de l'Editeur Enrégé. à la Direction de la Librairie. [rule] A Paris Chez Mmme Vve. Decombe, Editeur, Mde. de Musique et d'Instrumens, Qaui de l'Ecole, No. 10 (296.) [11pp; pl. no. 296]

Vive Henri Quatre Varié pour Piano [rule] et Dédié [rule] A Son Altesse Royale Madame Duchesse D'Angoulème Par Louis Pradher Membre du Conservatoire Royal de France. OEuvre 14ème. Prix: 5f. A Paris, Chez Augte. Le Duc, Au grand Magasin de Musique, Rue de Richelieu, No. 78. Gravé par Malbeste, Rue du Roule, No. 8 [12 pp; pl. no. 1026]

[Title page missing:] Sonatina I. Piano-Forte. [On page 4:] Sonatina II. Piano-Forte. [On page 7:] Sonatina III. Piano-Forte. [At bottom of each page:] Gildon. Op: 42 Bk: 1st [9 pp; no pl. no.]

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HMP-12. Oblong volume, half-bound in dark green leather with dark tan paper covers on boards. Spine label carries the numeral "22," and there is an inventory inside the front cover in the same hand as in HMP-10, 11, et al. The name "Mary Turner" is penciled inside the front cover (see also HMP-13). The pieces are for piano, from publishers in Naples, largely arrangements from ballets. Paper size = 24 cm. H x ca. 33 cm. W.

Sinfonia Nella Cantata Arianna E Bacco Composta e Dedicata Alla Signora Contessa Di S. Antonio Dal Signor Dilettante Duca Capece Scondito Ridotta per Pianoforte a quattro mani Dall' Autore Napoli Calcografia di Ricci e comi. Negri Editori di Musica 33 [16 pp.; pl. no. 33]

Meleagro Gran Ballo Mitologico del Sig. L. Henry Musica del Sigr. Conte Gallenberg ridotto per Pianoforte dal Sig. Dilettante D. Giuseppe Galluzo Napoli Preso Gius. Girard Editore di Musica Str. Toledo N. 177 339 [5 pp.; pl. no. 339]

Pezzi Scelti Nel Gran Ballo Don Giovanni Tenorio Musica del Sig. Maestro Carlini ridotti per Piano forte dal Sigr. Maestro Luigi Dalla Casa Napoli Car. Nella Calcografia di Gius. Girard Str. Toledo N. 177 [pp. 23-34; pl. no. 177.4]

Pezzi Scelti Nel Gran Ballo Don Giovanni Tenorio Musica del Sig. Maestro Carlini ridoti per Piano forte dal Sigr. Maestro Luigi Dalla Casa Napoli Car. Nella Calcografia di Gius. Girard Str. Toledo N. 177 177 [pp. 8-14; pl. no. 177.2]

Pezzi Scelti Nel Ballo Castore e Polluce Composto dal Sig. Salvatore Taglioni Musica Del Maestro Pietro Raimondi ridotti per Piano forte dal Sigr. Giuseppe Galluzzo (Dilettante) Napoli Car. 5 F. 3 Nella Calcografia di Gius. Girard Str. Toledo n. 177. 209 [10 pp.; pl. no. 209]

Sinfonia Nell'Opera Semiramide Musica Del Sig. Mo. G. Rossini ridotta per Piano forte carlini 3 Napoli Calcografia di Ricci e Negri Editori di Musica [8 pp.; pl. no. 26]

La Fata Malvagia Ballo Magico del Sigr. Ermando Vestris ridotto per Piano forte dal Sigr. Dilettante D. Giuseppe Galluzzo Napoli F. 4 Car:6 Presso Gius. Girard Editore di Musica Str. Toledo N. 177. 294 [13 pp.; pl. no. 294]

Pas De Deux Nel Gran Ballo Telemaco Musica del Sigr. Cav. Michele Carafa ridotto per Piano forte da Luigi Dalla Casa Napoli F. 2 1/2 Car. Nella Calcografia di Gius. Girard Str. Toledo N. 177 174 [7 pp.; pl. no. 174]

Sesostri Gran Ballo Istorico Composto dal Sigr. Salvatore Taglioni Musica del Sigr. Mo. Luigi Carlini ridotto per Piano forte dal Sig. Dilettante D. Gius. Galluzzo Napoli F.2 1/2 Car: Presso Gius. Girard Editore di Musica Str. Toledo N. 177 302 [8 pp.; pl. no. 302__1]

Pezzi Scelti Dal Ballo L'Isola della fortuna del Sigr. Henry Musica di Pietro Raimondi ridotti per Piano forte Dal Signor Dilettante Giuseppe Galluzzo Car: Napoli Nella Calcografia di Gius. Girard Str. Toledo No. 177. 213 [6 pp. + 9 pp.; pl. nos. 312__1 & 213__2]

Niobe Ballo Mitologico del Signor Gaetano Gioja ridotto per Piano forte dal Signor Dilettante D. Giuseepe Galluzzo F. 3 1/2 Napoli Car: Presso Gius. Girard Editore di Musica Str. Toledo N. 177 249 [5 pp.; pl. no. 249-2]

Tarantella Nel Gran Ballo Otranto Liberata Musica del Maestro Luigi Carlini ridotta Piano forte Dal Maestro Luigi dalla Casa (Bolognese) Napoli f. 2 Car. 3 Nella Calcografia di Gius. Girard Strada Toledo N. 177 182 [6 pp.; pl. no. 182]

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HMP-13. Half-bound volume in green leather with leather-textured green paper board covers. Label on spine contains the numeral 26, and "Mary Turner" is written in pencil inside the front board. The spine bears the title "Piano," while "Musique de Piano." is stamped in gold on the front cover. A hand-written inventory in the same hand as HMP-10, 11, 12, et al. appears on the fly-leaf. All pieces are piano solos. Paper size = 34.8 cm. H x ca. 25.2 cm. W.

Garde à Vous! Fantaisie pour le Piano sur un Motif De La Financée dédiée á Miss Mary Giese Weir Par Henry Karr. Op. 231 Prix. 5f. Paris, chez E. Troupenas, Editeur du Répertoire des Operas francais, avec accompt. de Piano, Rue St. Marc Feydeau, No. 23 A. L. [11 pp.; pl. no. 306]

Nouvelle Polonaise Pour le Piano Composée Par Le Comte Oginski Prix 2f 50c à Paris. chez Hanry Editeur de Musique, rue Neuve des Petits Champs, N. 17 [5 pp.; pl. no. 249]

The favorite March & Chorus, In Pietro L'Eremita, Arranged for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for the Flute, By T. Latour, Pianiste to His Majesty. Entd. at Sta.Hall [rule] Price 3s. London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [double rule] [9 pp.; pl. no. 2108; piano and flute in score]

Mélange pour Piano Forte Sur des Motifs de la Muette de Portici Dédié à Mademoiselle Sophie Coulon Par Adolphe Adam. Opera 25. Prix 6f. Paris, chez E. Troupenas, Succr. de Me. Ve. Nicolo, Editeur du Répertoire des Operas français, avec Accompagnemt. de Piano. Rue de Mensars, No. 3. A. L. [15 pp. pl. no. 235]

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HMP-14. Half-bound volume (medium brown leather) with predominantly blue marbled board covers. Label on front cover reads "Barnby Bendall & Co. Depository, Cheltenham." Before the flyleaf is an inventory in the same hand as in HMP-10, 11, et al., while a bookplate bearing the name "C. H. M. Mules" has been affixed to the reverse of the inventory. Page size = 33.2 cm. H x 24 cm. W.

A Second Concerto, For The Piano Forte, With Accompaniments for a Full Orchestra Composed and dedicated to The Hon[ora]ble Miss Fielding By G. E. Griffin. Entd. at Sta. Hall [rule] Op. 4 [rule, under which is recorded: "R. Williamson Sculpt."] Price 10s.6d Without Accts. 6.6 London. Printed for the Author, Northumberland Street. [. . .] [28 pp.; no pl. no.; version without accompaniments]

The Meeting of the Waters. From Moore's Selection Of Irish Melodies, Arranged with Symphonies and Accompaniment, By Sir John Stevenson, Mus. Doc. Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2/- London, Published By J. Power, 34, Strand. H. Willson, 44 Grencester Place [engraver] [7 pp.; pl. no. 790]

[Lithograph of lady in a barque with pole] Book. 1 [numeral written in hand The Beauties of Rossini's Celebrated Grand Opera La Donna Del Lago Arranged for the Piano Forte, with an Accompt. for the Flute (ad. lib.) By Pio Cianchettini. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule with decorative midpoint] Price 3s. London. Manchester Square. & W. Card 98, Quadrant, Regent Street. [double rule] Ingrey & Madeley, Lithog. 310 Strand [9 pp.; pl. no. 2094; "Jan. 1827" written in iron-gall ink on title page; includes: "Aurora Sorgerai," "Gia Un Raggio," "Crudele Sospetto," "La Mia Spada"]

Una Voce Poco Fà, Cavatina, In the Opera of Il Barbiere Di Siviglia, Composed by Signor G. Rossini, Arranged For The Piano Forte, & Dedicated to Mrs. Miles, By Augustus Meves. Entd. at Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2/6. London, Printed & Sold by Birchall & co. 140, New Bond Street. [double rule] [8 pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] The Lullaby, Sung by Madame Feron, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, &c. &c. Composed by S[tephen]. Storace. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 1/. London, Printed by Goulding & D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square, & to be had of all Music Sellers in the United Kingdom. [4 pp; no pl. no.; includes versions for voice and piano & voice and guitar, the latter arranged by C. M . Solo]

[Lithograph of the Tyrolese Family Rainer {?}, two men on each side of one woman, underneath which is:] London, Published by Willis & Co. 55 St. James's Street and 7 Westmorland Street Dublin The Tyrolese Family. a Divertimento for the Piano Forte, In which are introduced the Favorite National Swiss Airs, as Sung by The Tyrolese Family Rainer, with the most rapturous Applause at The Dejeune given at Kensington Palace, by Her Royal Highness the Dutchess of Kent: In Honor of Her Royal Highness The Princess Victoria's Birth Day, also at the Egyptian Hall. Composed & respectfully dedicated by special Permission to Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. by I. Moscheles. [double rule] Entd. Sta. Hall Price 5s/- Cold. 6s/- [Stamp at bottom:] Royal-Musical Repository [18 pp.; pl. no. 367; includes: "Introduction," "Der Schweizerbue. The Swiss Boy," "Der Alpen=Jäger. The Alpine Hunter, Composed by M. T. Seidel," "Sagt Er. Says He," "Die Frühlingszeit. The Spring Time," "Die Gamsen. The Chamois. Composed by Felix Rainer," "All' Enk Nachbarsleuten. Hither Neighbor," "Der Tyroler Lansturm. The Tyrolese War Song. Composed by M. T. Seidel," "Wann I Morgens Früh. When the Matin Bell," "Das Schüzenlied. The Hunters Song. Composed by Felix Rainer," "Duet. War's Vielleicht. "Was It At One," "Lauterbach. The Village. Composed by Felix Rainer," "Auf Die Alm/Alpen. Up to the Alps," "Coda."]

O leave me to my Sorrow Ballad, Sung by Mr. Manners, At The Bath Concerts, From The Second Volume, Of The Melodies of Various Nations, The Poetry by Thomas H. Bayly Esq. The Symphonies and Accompaniments, By Sir John A. Stevenson, Mus. Doc. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Pr. 2/- London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine & Co. 20, Soho Square, & top be had at 7, Westmorland Street, Dublin. [4 pp.; no pl. no.; "Febr. 23 1828" in pencil on title page]

[No title page] The Morning Hymn, Adapted for the Organ or Piano Forte. [rule] Pr. 1/. London, Printed by Goulding & Compy. 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland Street, Dublin. [one page of music; no pl. no.; "Cecilia Maria a Court. 1825." written in iron-gall ink on reverse of page; possibly part of same publication as the following]

[No title page] The Evening Hymn, Adapted for the Organ or Piano Forte. [rule] Price 1/. London, Printed by Goulding & Compy. 20 Soho Square & to be had at 7, Westmorland St. Dublin [one page of music, labeled page 3; no pl. no.]

The Opening of Graun's Celebrated Te Deum, Arranged As A Duet, for Two Performers on the Piano Forte, By J. F. Burrowes. Ent. at Sta. Hall [rule] Price 4/- London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [15 pp.; pl. no. 2176; "Cecilia Maria a Court Jany. 1827" written in pencil on title page]

Cruda Sorte, from Rossini's Opera, Ricciardo E Zoraide, Arranged for the Piano Forte, With an (ad lib) Accompaniment for the Flute, By J. H. Little. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2/6 London, Published By J. Power, 34, Strand. [13 pp.; pl. no. 834; flute in score over piano part; "March 18[??]" written on title page, with final two numerals trimmed by binder]

Isle of Beauty, Fare thee well! from the first Volume of Songs to Rosa, By Thomas H. Bayly Esq. The Melody Composed By Charles Shapland Whitmore Esq. The Symphonies & Accompts. by T. A. Rawlings. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Pr. 2s. London Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, 20, Soho Square, Manufacturers of Cabinet, Harmonic & Square Piano Fortes, where an elegant assortment for Sale or Hire may be seen. [double rule] [5 pp.; no pl. no.; "Feby. 16th 1828" written in pencil on title page]

Hart's Twenty-fifth Set of Quadrilles Selected from Pacini's Admired Opera La Schiava In Bagdad, As Danced At Almacks & The Nobility's Balls Containing [in two vertical columns:] Le Zulma Le Nora [recte: Le Nadir] La Zora La Swisse La Schiava Finale & La Schiava Waltz Composed and Arranged for the Piano Forte Or Harp, and Respectfully Dedicated to Lady Charlville, By Joseph Hart. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 4/- London, Mayhew & co. Music Sellers to the Royal Family, 17, Old Bond St. [printers stamp] [9 pp.; no pl. no.; includes directions for the dances]

Hart's Twenty Second Set of Quadrilles, Selected from Boieldieu's Popular Opera of La Dame Blanche (or the White Lady,) including the favorite Festive Scene Waltz, with their Proper Figures in French & English as Danced at Alomack's and the Nobility's Balls Composed and Arranged for the Piano Forte or Harp, and Respectfully Dedicated to Miss Mitchell, By Joseph Hart. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 4/- London, Mayhew & Co. Music Sellers to the Royal Family, 17, Old Bond Strt. [publisher's stamp] [9pp.; no pl. no.; "Feby. 1827" written in pencil on title page]

The Beauties Of Mayer's Grand Serious Opera Medea In Corinto, Arranged for the Piano Forte, (With an Accompaniment for the Flute ad lib.) By Pio. Cianchettini. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [rule] Book 1 [numeral is handwritten] [rule] Price 4/- London, Published by J. Willis & Co. Royal Musical Reposity 55 St. James's Street, and 7 Westmorland Street, Dublin. [ . . .] [stamps:] P. C [and] Royal-Musical Repository. [9 pp.; pl. no. 289; includes: "Introduzione," "Cara figlia, il Ciel seconda," "Ah! Splenda propizio!," "Quintetto 'Mira, infido!'," "Finale to the 1st Act"; catalog of music from the Royal Musical Repository on reverse of p. 9]

P. Cianchettini's Cavatina and Polacca Se Mai Turbo. Expressly Composed for & Sung by Madame Catalani, Arranged as a Rondo for the Piano Forte, and Respectfully Dedicated to Mademoiselle de Valabregue, By The Author. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2s/- London, Published by Lavenu & Co. 24, Edward Stt. Manchester Sqr. [rule] Piano Fortes & Harps, lent on hire & Tuned. Foreign & English Strings. [5 pp.; pl. no. 1982; "Cecilia Maria a Court June 1827" in pencil on title page]

The Beauties of Winter's Opera The Oracle or Das unterbrochene Opferfest, Arranged for the Piano Forte with Flute and Violoncello Accompt. ad libitum by Pio Cianchettini. Book 2 [numeral added in ink] Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 4s/- London, Published by Mori & Lavenu, 28, New Bond Street, [ . . .] [9 pp.; pl. no. 2190; "Cecilia Maria a Court March 17 [?] 1827" in pencil on title page]

The Monthly Rose A Collection Of Airs with Variations; Rondos, Waltzes, Polonoises. [Engraving of two roses] Melodies of Different Nations &c. Original & Selected from the Works of the Most Eminent Composers for the Piano Forte. Entd. at Stat: Hall. No. 12 [numeral handwritten] Price 2/- London Published by Clementi & Co. Fors Messrs. Yaniewicz & Weiss's Music Warehouse. Lord Street, Liverpool. [7 pp.; no pl. no.; includes "West Highland Air, Arranged with Variations by Pio. Cianchettini"; "Cecilia Maria a Court March 1827" written in pencil on title page]

Divertimento, for the Piano Forte, on the Favorite Airs in Weber's Opera Of Preciosa, Composed & Respectfully Dedicated to The Right Hon[ora]ble Lady Emily Graham. By Pio Cianchettini. ent. at Sta. Hall. [rule] Op. 11 [rule] Price 3/- London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [9 pp.; pl. no. 2590; "Cecilia Maria a Court May" written in pencil on title page]

[Lithograph of:] Mlle. Garcia as Felicia in "Il Crociato In Egitto" The Beauties of Meyerbeer's Grand Serious Opera, Il Crociato In Egitto" Arranged for the Piano Forte, with an Accompt. for the Flute (ad lib) Dedicated to Miss Stoddart, [on left: "Book 2" with numeral added in hand] By Pio Cianchettini. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 3s/- London, Published by Lavenu & Co. 24 Edwards Street, Manchester Square, & W Card 98. Quadrant Regent Strt. [Publisher's stamp [11 pp.; pl. no. 2059; includes: "Romanza e Terzetto. 'Giovinetto Cavalier',"Terzetoo. 'Mai provar'," "Canone. 'Sogni ridenti'," & "Finale to the 1st Act"; remains of "Cecilia Maria a Court" {trimmed from top of page} and "March 1827" in pencil on title page; the lithograph extends over the plate edge boundaries of the remainder of the title page, which is engraved]

God Save The King, With Eight Variations For The Piano Forte, By Frederic Kalkbrenner. Ent. Sta. Hall. Op. 18. Price 3/- London, Published by Clementi & Co. No. 26, Cheapside. Hewitt [ ? ] Strt. [7 pp.; no pl. no.; trimmed remains of "Cecilia Maria a Court Sept. 1826 [?] in pencil at top of page]

[No title page] Sicilian Air, (On which is founded the popular Ballad) Home Sweet Home Arranged for the Piano Forte, By L. Devereaux. No. 31 [rule] Price 1/- London Mayhew & Co. Music Sellers to the Royal Family, 17, Old Bond Street. [2 pages of music; no pl. no.]

The Beauties Of Mayer's Grand Serious Opera Medea In Corinto, Arranged for the Piano Forte, (With an Accompaniment for the Flute ad lib.) By Mr. Pio. Cianchettini. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [rule] Book 2 [numeral written by hand] [rule] Price 4/- London, Published by J. Willis & Co. Royal Musical Repository, 55, St. James's Street, and 7, Westmorland Street, Dublin. [. . .] [Publisher's stamps] [12 pp.; pl. no. 290; includes: "Marcia e Coro. 'Fosti grande allor'," "Dolce Figliuol d'Urania," "Quintetto 'Ah se manco'," "Aria 'Ah che tento!' Sung by Made. Pasta," "Miseri Pargoletti; "March 1827" written on title page; piano part only, with some flute cues]

Guglielmi's Grand Quartett, from the Opera of Debora E Sisara, Arranged for Two Performers on the Piano Forte, & respectfully Dedicated to The Hon[ora]ble Misses Burrell, By Pio Cianchettini. Ent. at Sta. Hall [rule] Price 4s. London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to His Majesty, 135, New Bond Street. [double rule] [17 pp.; pl. no. 3329; "May 1827" written in pencil on title page]

The Calypso Quadrilles, An original & entirely New Set of Tunes expressly adapted to the peculiar & genuine style of Quadrille Dancing, Containing [titles in two columns of three each:] La Zeraphine. La Terpsichore. Le Zephyr. L'Amulet. La Vestale. La Calpyso. with proper Figures in French and English, To which is added The Garland Waltz The whole composed & arranged for the Piano Forte, By I. T. Cherry. Professor & Teacher of Dancing & Music. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 3s. London Published 1827, by & may be had of the Author, [line handwritten in ink:] No 9 Andersons Buildings City Road Islington Where Musicians may be engaged either for Dances, or Public occasions. [rule] This Work is the Property of the author & every genuine Copy will have his Signature. [rule] The Author will afford gratuitously any explanation of the Tunes or Figures. [signature:] I. T. Cherry [7 pp.; no pl. no.; "March 28th 1827" written in ink on title page]

Fantasia, for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for a Flute, ad libitum on Rossini's much admired Preghiera, in Zelmira, Composed & Dedicated to Mrs. Orderson, By Pio Cianchettini. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [half rule] Op: 9 [half rule] Price 4s London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [double rule] [17 pp.; pl. no. 2409; "Cecilia Maria a Court 1827" in pencil on title page]

Rodes, Air with Variations, as Sung by Madame Catalani, In the principal Cities in Europe, Arranged For Two Performers, on One Piano Forte. [double rule] The above is arranged from the original score, by permission of Madame Catalani. [double rule] Ent. Sta. Hall London, Pr. 3s. Published by Lavenu & Co. 24, Edward St. Manchester Square. [double rule] Piano Fortes & Harps lent on Hire & tun'd. Roman & English Strings. [11 pp.; pl. no. 1976; "1827" in pencil on title page]

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HMP-15. Half-bound volume in light brown leather with dark green and yellow marbled boards. Inventory in same hand as HMP-14 and others. The numeral "3" is written inside the front cover. Spine title = "Studios & Concertos." Paper size = 34.5 cm (H) x 25 cm (W).

A Studio for the Organ, Exemplified in a Series Of Exercises In The Strict and free Styles, intended as Volumtaries, for the Use Of Organists, Composed & Inscribed To Vincent Novello Esq. By Saml. Sebastn. Wesley. Ent. Sta. Hall [half rule] No. 1 [numeral written in hand] [half rule] Pr. 2/6 [numerals in hand] London, Published By J. Dean, 148, New Bond St. [double rule] [ . . .] [7 pp.; pl. no. 491; publishers stamp on title page; Advertisement for a new organ arrangement of Handel's choruses on reverse of p. 7]

Twenty Four Grand Studies for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated to J. N. Hummel By Henry Herz. [rule] Book 1 [numeral handwritten] Edinburgh. Price 5/. [price handwritten] Published by Alexr Robertson Music Seller to His Majesty 47 Princes Street. Where may be had all the other works of Herz. [23 pp.; no pl. no.]

Twenty Four Grand Studies [etc., as above] Book 2 [numeral handwritten] Edinburgh. Price 6/ [price handwritten] [etc. as above] [pp. 24-48; no. pl. no.]

Twenty four Preludes for the Piano Forte, in all The Major & Minor Keys, Being an Introduction to the Art of Preluding. Composed & Dedicated to Mademoiselle Clotilde de Courbonne, by Fred. Kalbrenner. Ent. Sta. Hall. [half rule] op. 88. Bk. 1 [half rule] Rp. 7/- London, Published by Clementi & Co. 26 Cheapside. [21 pp.; no. pl. no.; catalogue of Kalkbrenner's works published by Clementi & Collard on reverse of page 2]

Twenty Four Preludes [etc., as above] by Fred. Kalkbrenner. Ent. Sta. Hall [half rule] Op. 88 Bk. II [handwritten correction for printed "1"] [half rule] Pr. 7/- [etc., as above . . . Cheapside] [38 pp.; no pl. no.]

Second Part Of Clementi's Introduction to the Art of playing on the Piano Forte, Being an improvement upon his Work formerly called An Appendix; Containing Preludes, Scale Exercises, National Airs, Variations, Two masterly Fugues of Sebastian Bach, with other pleasing and instructive Pieces calculated for the greatest Improvement of the Student: The Whole Arranged and fingered by the Editor Muzio Clementi. (Member of the Roy. Acad. of Music in Stockholm [rule] Entd. at Stats. Hall Op. 43 Price 1.1.0 [rule] London, Published by Clementi, Collard, Davis & Collard. 26, Cheapside [125 pp.; pl. no. 1337]

Third Concerto for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated To Muzio Clementi, Esqr., By Ferd. Fies. Ent. Sta. Hall Op. 55 Pr. 10/6 [rule] London, Printed by Clementi & Co., 26, Cheapside. [33 pp.; pl. no. 925; piano part with cues]

"Grand Concerto" for the Piano-Forte, Composed And Dedicated To The Duchess De Berry, By Henri Herz. Op: 34. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 7s.6d. London: Clementi And Co. 26 Cheapside. [36 pp.; no pl. no.]

Notturno for the Piano Forte, With an Accompaniment for the Violoncello or French Horn, ad Libitum, Composed and Dedicated to Mr. Gallay, By F. Kalkbrenner. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [half rule] Op. 95f [half rule] Price 6/- London, Printed & Sold by S. Chappell, Music Seller to His Majesty, 135, New Bond Street. [19 pp. {piano part} + 3 {violoncello} + 3 {french horn}; pl. no. 3505]

No. 1 Musical Sketch in which is introduced the admired Scotch Air, "Wandering Willy" Dedicated To The Right Hon[ora]ble. Lady Cecil Talbot By Fredk. Kalkbrenner. Entd. at Sta. Hall [half rule] Op: 74 [half rule] Price 4s. London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Steet. [double rule] [13 pp.; pl. no. 2524]

Ricordanza Fantasia, for the Piano Forte, on the Airs in the Opera of Macon, Composed &Dedicated to Miss R. Clarmont, By Fredk. Kalkbrenner. Entd. at Sta. Hall. [half rule] Op: 76 [half rule] Price 4s. London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street. [double rule] [12 pp. pl. no. 2610]

Impromptu, on the favorite Irish Air, The Bards Bequest, for the Piano Forte, Composed for Madlle. Delphine Schauroth, When Nine Years Old, (& played by her at the Argyll Rooms,) By Fredk. Kalkbrenner. Ent. at Sta. Hall. [half rule] Op. 69 [half rule] Price 4/- London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music Sellers to His Majesty, 50, New Bond Street.[16 pp.; pl. no. 2232]

Grand Sonata, for the Piano Forte, Dedicated to the Memory Of Joseph Haydn, by his Pupil Fred. Kalkbrenner. Entd. at Sta. Hall [half rule] Op: 56 [half rule] Price 6s. London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co., 50, New Bond Street & Clementi & Co. 26, Cheapside. [25 pp.; pl. no. 1777]

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HMP-16. Half-bound volume in light brown leather with brown marbled boards. Page size = 33.3 cm (H) x ca. 25.3 cm (W). The numeral 19 and name + place + date "Maria [?]egtesburg St Petersburgh 1832" are written inside the front cover. An inventory in the same hand as in HMP-15 and earlier volumes is tipped onto the flyleaf.

[Unlabeled MS copy of the Tyrolean chorus "Toi que l'oiseau" from Rossini's Guillaume Tell (Act III) with partial keyboard accompaniment] [3 pp.]

Recueil de Danses pour le Piano-Forte composées pour le Soírées du Palaís d'Annítschkoff Par Divers Auteurs et très humblement dediées à Sa Majesté L'Impératrice par c. Eisner. [half rule] Cah. I [half rule] St. Petersbourg au Magasin de Musique de L. Paez. Lithogr. de Hellbach. [French rule] [54 pp.; pl. no. 2430]

[ MS copy for Piano Forte of three dances by Hygbe: Waltz and two Mazurkas]

[No title page] Retour de la Pologne Masourque dediée à Lila composée par A. Lisogoub St. Petersbourg chez Paez. Prix 1 Roub. [ 1 page of music; pl. no. 2403]

Kolokol'chik myzyka A. Verstovskago Moskva. [3 pp.; pl. no. 391]

[Cyrillic title] [rule] 24 Airs Russes nationaux pour le Piano-Forte seul. No. 131 [half rule] No. 1 [numeral in hand] [half rule] Prix Ro Grav. et impr. chez D. Brieff, se vend dans tous les magasins de Musique à St. Petersbourg, à Moscou chez C. Lehnhold. [7 pp.; pl. no. 441]

[Cyrillic title] [rule] 24 Airs Russes [. . .] No. 2 [numeral handwritten] [. . ., as above] [7 pp.; pl. no. 442]

[Title as above, no. 3 in series] [7 pp.; pl. no. 443]

[Title as above, no. 4 in series] [7 pp.; pl. no. 444]

[Title as above, no. 5 in series] [7 pp.; pl. no. 445]

[Title as above, no. 6 in series] [7 pp.; pl. no. 446]

[Title as above, no. 7 in series] [7 pp.; pl. no. 447]

[Cyrillic title] [rule] Collection Airs Russes nationaux pour le Piano-Forte seul. No. 131 [half rule] No. 8 [numeral handwritten] [half rule] Prix 2 Ro [Publishers info. as before] [7 pp.; pl. no. 448]

[Title as no. 8 above; no. 9 in series] [7 pp.; pl. no. 449]

[{In Russian: title page abbreviated in translation}Romances. No. 2: Amour pastorale, Pushkin, with the accompaniment of the Piano-Forte. Price 1 Ruble. St. Petersbourg, David Brieff {publisher}] [5 pp.; pl. no. 490.2]

[{In Russian; title page abbreviated here} Romances. No. 3 Ne Zabudouka, Serezhkova, with the accompaniment of the Piano-Forte. St. Petersbourgh, David Brieff {publisher}] [pp. 6-7; pl. no. 490.3]

Sobranie Noveishikh Varshavskikh Mazurok [for Forte Piano] {8 Mazurkas for piano} [ 6 pp.; pl. no. 1553]

Veschernii Zvon Slova [. . .] Muzika A. Aliabeva [. . .] St Petersburg [. . .] [3 pp.; no pl. no.]

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HMP-17. Half-bound volume (red leather) with the remains of what seems to have been red marbled board covers. Page size 32.2 cm (H) x 25 cm (W). Inventory written on inside of front board in iron-gall ink. Reverse of fly-leaf has a round stamp: "Städtische Bücherei Musikbücherei Wiesbaden" in fractur.

Two Sonatas, For the Piano Forte, Composed by Steibelt. Entd. at Stats. Hall [half rule] Op. 66 [half rule] Price 5s. To be had Separate 3s./ each Prnted & Sold at Falkner's Opera Saloon 3, Old Bond St. [ . . .] [14 pp.; no. pl. no.; written on title page: " Oct 15th 1816"]

A Favorite Scotch Air, Arranged with Variations, for the Piano Forte, by F. Fiorillo. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Price 2/. [price written in hand] Published by Messrs. Phipps & Co. at Their Music Warehouse 25 Duke Street, Grosvener Square. where may be had by the Same Author, A 10th Divertimento. [7 pages of music; no pl. no.; "Oct 28th 1816" written on title page]

Eleventh Divertimento for the Piano Forte, In which is Introduced Two Irish Airs & a favorite Andante, Composed & Dedicated to Miss Shudlham, By J. B. Cramer. [rule] Price 4/- London, Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, Music Seller to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, at his Musical Circulating Library, 26, New Bond Street [. . .] [13 pp.; no pl. no.; "Eliza August 22d 1816" written on title page]

La Belle Alliance Or The Glorious battle Of Waterloo, Composed & Arranged for the Piano Forte, By B. T. Kotwyk. of Amsterdam. [rule] Ent. at Sta. hall. Price 3/- London, Published by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. 20, Soho Square, & to be had at 7, Westmorland Strt. Dublin [16pp.; no pl. no.]

[No title page] The Princess Charlotte's Waltz, for the Piano Forte, Composed by T. A. Rawlings. Ent. at Sta. Hall. Price 1/6 [half rule] London, [half rule] Printed & Sold by chappell & co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [3 pp; pl. no. 413]

[Lacuna in book; piece torn out]

A Divertimento for the Piano Forte, With an Accompaniment for a Violin, Composed & Dedicated to Miss Geor[g]iana Reay, By F. Fiorillo. Entd. at Statrs. Hall [half rule] Op. 53 [half rule] Price 5 Sh. London, Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter, & Co. Music Seller, & Musical Instrument Manufacturers, 20, Soho Square, & No. 7, Westmorland St. Dublin [16 pp.; no pl. no.; the second "g" in "Georgiana" has been added in hand]

Mozart's Sonata for the Piano Forte, Arranged from his Duet Op. 41 London. Price 3s./ Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, at His Music Warehouse 26 New Bond Street [10 pp.; no pl. no.]

Two Sonatas, For The Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated To Miss Blackworth, By J. B. Cramer. Op. 8 No 2 London, Pr. -4s/ ["No 2" & price written in hand] Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, at his New Musical Circulating Library, 26 New Bond Street. [26 pp.; no pl. no.]

London Printed by Lavenu & Mitchell, Music Sellers to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at their New Musical Circulating Library 26 New Bond Strt. A Grand Sonata (Letter B.) for the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated to Miss Dorson, By J. b. Cramer. Entd. at Stas. Hall [rule] Pr. 4s. [20 pp.; no pl. no.]

Giornovichi's Two Favorite Concertos, arranged as Sonatas for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment for a Violin, by J. L. Dussek. Price 7s.6d Dedicated to Miss Diana Jones. London, Printed by Corri, Dussek, & Co. Music Sellers to their Majesties, their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, & Duchess of York, at their Warehouses No. 67 & 68. Dean Street Soho, No. 28 Haymarket & Bridge Street Edinburgh J. King. Sculpt. No. 47 Titchfield St. Oxd. St. entered at Stationer's Hall [34 pp.; pl. no. 546; no violin parts]

The Wreath, A Duett, For Two Performers on the Piano Forte, Composed for & Dedicated to The Miss Cotterells, (Of Garnons Hereford) By T. A. Rawlings. Entd. at Sta. Hall. Price 5s London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [17 pp.; pl. no. 374; "Sept 22d 1816" written on title page]

[Piece is missing title page: Plates identify this as "Mrs. Mile's Duett." Both Primo & Secondo are complete.] [21 pp.; no pl. no.]

"Le Hussard et Le Tyrolien" A Duett, For Two Performers on the Piano Forte, founded on the above Two Popular Airs Composed & Dedicated to The Right Hon[ora]ble. Lady Charlotte & Lady Mary Hill, By T. Latour, Pianiste to His royal Highness the Prince Regent. [Engraving of two soldiers in battle labeled "The ever memorable battle of Waterloo," engraved by R. & E Williamson, Sculpt.] Entd. at Sta. Hall. Price 5s. NB. the above Airs, are arranged with Variations for the Harp, and also for the Piano Forte & Harp London, Printed & Sold by Chappell & Co. Music & Musical Instrument Sellers, 124, New Bond Street. [19 pp.; pl. no. 377; "March 19th 1816" written on title page]

A Sixth Military Duett, For Two Performers on the Piano Forte, Composed & Dedicated to Miss Tatem, By S. F. Rimbault. Entd. at Sta. Hall Price 3s. London. Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall, No. 133, New Bond Street. [15 pp.; no pl. no.]

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HMP-18. Half-bound volume in brown leather with brown cloth board covers. "Music" is stamped in gold on the spine, and a paper label "24" appears at the bottom of the spine. On the front cover is a brown leather rectangle stamped around the edges with gold, which reads "M. H. Booth [rule] 1857". On the fly leaf is an inventory in the same hand as in several earlier volumes (e.g., HMP-10 & 11). Folio size.

[On a color lithograph cover with gold edging, blue or white background, and displaying a red banner with a cross in the middle:] Hymn of the Moravian Nuns at the Consecration of the Banner of Pulaski Vocal Duet Words by H. W. Longfellow Esq ["When the dying flame of day"] Music by Miss M. Lindsay. Dedicated To Her Sister Ent. Sta. Hall Pr. 3/. [At bottom of the first leaf, which also contains the text of Longfellow's "Excelsior" {see below for the piece}& critiques of Miss Lindsay's setting of it:] London: Robert Cocks And Co., New Burlington Street, Music Publishers to the Queen [9 pp.; pl. no. 11, 298; "M. H. Booth" written on cover"; incipit catalog of "Stephen Glover's Vocal Duetts" on reverse of p. 9]

Tell Us, Oh Tell Us Where Shall We Find, (Friendship.) Vocal Duet, Written by J. E. Carpenter, Composed By Stephen Glover. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/6 London, Charles Jefferys, 21, Soho Square. [rule] [. . .] [7 pp.; no pl. no.; list of Stephen Glover's Songs "Founded in Subjects In Mrs. H. B. Stowe's Work, 'Dred,'" on reverse of p. 7]

Little Nell, Ballad, The Words by Miss Charlotte Young, The Music Composed, And Inscribed To Charles dickens, Esqre. By George Linley. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s/= London, Published by Cramer, Beale & Co. 201, Regent Street, & 67, Conduit Street. [5 pp.; pl. no. 4388]

Scripture Melodies, The Words from Holy Writ, The Music Composed By R. Topliff, [. . .] Ent. Sta. Hall [half rule] No. [6. Simeons Prophecy/Luke 2:29-32] [half rule] Price 2/- each. London, Joseph Williams, 123, Cheapside. [4 pp.; no pl. no.]

[In border with ornamental corners:] Scripture Melodies, The Words from Holy Writ, The Music Composed By R. Topliff, [. . .] Ent. Sta. Hall. No. 10 [numeral handwritten; 10="Train Up A Child/Proverbs 22:6 + Psalm 37:25] [rule] Price 2s/= London, Joseph William, 123, Cheapside. [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

Soft On The Tranquil Deep [music="La donna è mobile"] [b&w lithograph by J. Brandard {M & N. Hanhart Impt.}, of Renaissance-period couple, the lady with a long-necked lute, overlooking a lake with boaters] Barcarolle, Sung By Signor Mario, In The Opera Of Rigoletto, Composed by Verdi. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s/. London; Leoni Lee, Music Publisher To Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, 48 Albemarle Street. [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

[In ornamental black and white border] I Waited Till The Twilight Ballad, Sung By Miss Poole Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/. London, Addison & Hollier, 210, Regent Street. [Places & names in two columns:] Manchester. Hime & Addison, 79, St. Ann's Square. Liverpool. Hime & Son, 27, Church Street [5 pp.; pl. no. (A. H. L. 3662).; on page 1: "The Poetry By C. Swaine"]

Lo The Early Beam Of Morning, Quartetto, Sung By Miss Shirreff, Miss [?]ealy, Mr. H. Phillips & Mr. Bedford, In the Grand Opera The Siege Of Rochelle, Performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Words by Mr. Fitzball, The Music Composed By M. W. Balfe. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/6 London, Published by Cramer, Beale And Co., 201, Regent Street [7 pp., also numbered 105-111; pl. no. 1619; penciled date "June 1856" with illegible name, written over a stamp, in upper left corner of title page; "Mellor Leeds & Hudderfield" in oval stamp in upper right corner]

Fading Away, Song, Written, Composed, and Dedicated to Miss Emily Mary Barber, By Anne Fricker. Authoress & Composer Of "Why That Tear. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s London. Robert Cocks & Co. New Burlington Street. Music Publishers To The Queen [5 pp.; pl no. 10.511; "2nd Edition" on page one]

Sung By Miss Margaret McAlpine. O Think Of Me, Song, Composed And Dedicated To Mrs. Charles Harper, By Edmund B. Harper, Pianist to the Most Noble The Marchioness of Downshire, And Professor at the Royal Academy of Music. ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2s/= London, Robert Cocks & Co. New Burlington Street, by special Appointment Music Publishers To The Queen. [. . .] [5 pp.; pl. no. C. O. 755; "Miss Fannie Booth" at top of title page; "A Selection Of New & Elegant Ballads" from R. Cocks & Co. on reverse of p. 5]

New Edition. Should He Upbraid, Sung by Miss M. Tree, in the "Two Gentlement of Verona Also By Miss Stephens and all the Principal Vocalists, composed by Sir Henry R. Bishop. Ent. Sta Hall. [royal insignia with "Dieu Et Mon Droit" done by Hart] Pr. 2/- D'Almaine & Co., 20, Soho Square, London. (Established 1785) [Piano Forte ad] [7 pp.; pl. no. 7759 (on p. 6 only); full page piano ad on reverse of p. 7]

[No separate title page] Natali, The Miller's Daughter, An Admired Bohemian Melody, The English Words by William Ball, The Symphonies & Accompaniments for the Piano Forte, Adapted & Arranged by N. C. Bochsa. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 1/6 London, Published by Cramer, Beale, And Co. 201 Regent Strt. & 67, Conduit Strt. [6 pp.; pl. no.3505]

Swain's English Melodies. No. 5 [rule] I Cannot Mind My Wheel Mother, Ballad, Written and Respectfully Inscribed to Francis Bennock Esqr. By Charles Swain, The Music By George Linley. ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2/- London Addison & Hollier, 210 Regent Street. [7 pp.; pl. no. 1185]

[In decorative border] No. 1 [rule] A Series of Trios, for Three Voices. Namely, No. 1 The Vintager's Evening Hymn. "'Tis ev'ning and the sungs last gleam" [ . . .] Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2/6 London, Leoni Lee, Music sellers to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, 48, Albemarle Street. [rule] [ . . .] [5 pp.; no pl. no.; "Written by Charles Jefferys. Composed by S. Nelson" on page one; "Mellor Leeds & Huddersfield" stamp on title page]

In C. *Good Bye, Sweetheart, Good Bye, Ballad, Written By Folkestone Williams. Sung By Mr. Sims Reeves, Also By Signor Mario, Composed by John L. Hatton. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s/- London, Cramer, Beale & Co. 201, Regent Street, & 67, Conduit Street, And At 167, North Street, Brighton. *The Words Are Printed By Permission Of Mr. T. E. Purday [5 pp.; pl. no. 5782; oval stamp with "195" [printing around edge now illegible] in upper right corner of title page; oval stamp with "John Sykes 30 Boar Lane Leeds" at bottom]

No. 1, Solo. Price 2/6 [. . .] Excelsior [on white banner in blue and gray clouds, lithography printed by Stannard & Dixon IMP] Dedicated To Miss S. A. Whitmore. By Miss M. Lindsay Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] No. [blank] London, Robert Cocks & Co. 6, New Burlington Stt. Music Publishers To The Queen [lower edge trimmed] [5 pp.; pl. no. 11, 081; "Words By Longfellow" on p. 1; see "Hymn of the Moravian Nuns" above for reviews of the music; pianoforte music by Cocks & Co. listed on reverse of p. 5]

Kitty Tyrrell, Sung By Mr. Frank Bodda, Mr. Lefler, And Mr. G. Genge [Lithograph by A. Laby, printed by Stannard & Dixon, of young man opportuning a young woman] Irish Ballad Written By Chas. Jefferys Composed By C. W. Glover. Ent. Sta. Hall [decorative rule] Pr 2/. London, C. Jefferys. 21, Soho Square. [pages labeled 7-12; no pl. no.]

Shells Of Ocean Or [beautiful color lithography of seashells] I Wander'd On The Sea Beat Shore A Song Written And Inscribed To P. Fraser Esqr. J. W. Lake The Music Composed By J. w. Cherry. Ent Sta Hall [decorative rule] Pr. 2/6 London, Published by T. Holloway, 5, Hanway St Oxford St. Stannard & Dixon, Imp. [5 pp.; no pl. no.]

Truth In Absence, Canzonet, Written By The Late Hy. Brandreth, Junr. Esqe. M.A. Composed By Edmund B. Harper, Pianist to the Most Noble The Marchioness of Downshire, And Professor at the Royal Academy of Music. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2s/= London, Robert Cocks & Co. New Burlington Street. [. . .] [5 pp.; pl. no. 10,510]

The Fairies, A Glee, (Composed By) Dr. Callcott, Edited And the Score Arranged for the Piano Forte, ad libitum By Wm. Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon. Member of the Royal Academy of Music of Stockholm. Entd. at Sta. Hall [rule] Price 2 London, Cramer, Beale & Co. 201, Regent Street. [pages labeld 35-39; pl. no. 4782; three-voice for two trebles and a "base"]

[In decoratively ruled red rectangle, and in red type] The British Grenadiers The Old english National Song As Sung By Mr. Frank Bodda, And Mr. Ransford, With additional Verses by Charles Jefferys. Ent. Sta Hall. Pr. 2/- London, Campbell, Ransford 7 Co. Music Sellers & Publishers, 53, New Bond Street, [. . .] Stannard & Dixon, Lith, 7, Poland St. [7 pp.; pl. no. C.R&Co. 676; small oval stamp of Mellor music sellers at top of title page; top right has penciled name and date, faded, perhaps "Fannie Booth, Oct [year illegible]

(Sixteenth Thousand.) Lilly Baker, the Favorite Negro Ballad As Sung By The Serenaders, At The Nobility's Private Concerts, The Words Written, and The Music Composed By Percy Vere, Esqr. This Song is Copyright, & Entd. at Stationers' Hall. [rule] Pr. 2/- London, John Gay, Publisher, 5, Conduit Street, Regent Street, and 67, Paternoster Row, City. [. . .] [4 pp.; no pl. no.; includes "Prelude a la Banjo. (At Pleasure"; verses 2-5 indicate instrumentation of bones, tambourine, banjo, and jingles; p. 4 has a "Lilly Baker" Polka]

Let Us Speak Of A Man As We Find Him, Song, Sung by Mr. Bradbury, The Composer, Mr. Edney, Mr. Shoubridge, Mr. Turner, Mr. Binge, and Mr. F N. Crouch, Words by James Simmons Esqr. Music Composed By N. J. Sporle. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2/- London, Published by J. Williams, 123, Cheapside. Corner of Wood Street. [5 pp.; no pl. no.; reverse of p. 5 has a list of "Musical Novelties" from Williams]

Como [round colored lithograph of Lake Como] A Set of Quadrilles By Charles D'Albert. Ent. Sta. Hall [double rule] Solo 3/- [. . .] London. Chappell & Co. 50 New Bond Street [. . .] [7 pp.; pl. no. 8620; reverse of p. 7 has a "Complete List Of Quadrilles, Waltzes, Polkas, Galops, &c,. Composed By Charles D'Albert." An attached page contains parts for a cornet in A].

The Sultan's Polka [colored lithograph of Sultan holding a proud steed with troops in background] By Charles D'Albert [remainder of page trimmed, but reverse of p. 5 gives publisher as "London: Chappell, 50, New Bond Street.] [5 pp.; pl. no. 9028; reverse of p. 5 contains a list of works by Charles D'Albert]

No. 1 Solo No. 2 Duet Faust [b & w oval lithograph of Faust and Margaret] Valse à deux temps Par Chas. D'Albert. Ent. Sta. Hall Solo 4 [. . .] London: Published By Chappell, 50 New Bond Street [. . .] [11 pp.; pl. no. 8466; page 2 contains the title "Faust. Valse Diabolique"; reverse of p. 11 contains a list of works by D'Albert, and an attached pl. no. 8538 of one sheet has parts for two cornets in Bb]

England [rectangular lithograph labeled Windsor Castle by J. Brandard, M. & N. Hanhart, Imp.) Quadrille Upon English Airs By Charles D'Albert Ent. Sta. Hall. Solo 4 [. . .] [12 pp.; pl. no. 8810; printer is almost certainly Chappell & Co.]

[In ornamental rectangular frame:] Bonnie Dundee, A Set Of Quadrilles, As Duets, By Chas. D'Albert. Ent. Sta. Hall [rule] Price 4s/- London, Chappell, 50, New Bond Street. [. . .] [15 pp.; pl. no. 9511; reverse of p. 15 has list of works by D'Albert]

The Neapolitan Air, "Io Te Voglio Bene Assaje," No. 3, Of Les Etincelles. [rule and list of pieces 1-12] By F. Burgmüller. Ent. Sta. Hall. [rule] Price 2s London, Chappell, 50, New Bond Street. [5 pp.; pl. no. 7763; p. 1 gives opus no. as 97; reverse of p. 5 presents "A Select List" of new and popular piano pieces from Chappell]

[Entirely in brown ink, with decorative rectangular frame:] No. 2 No. 1 Solo No. 2 Duet Margarita Valse a Deux tems Par Chas. D'Albert. [decorative rule] Ent. Sta. Hall Pr. 4/- London Chappell, 50 New Bond St. [15 pp.; pl. no. 8368; on p. 2 called "Valses Descriptives," with text segments preceding each piece; list of pieces by D'Albert on reverse of p. 15; oval sellers stamp on title page = Mellor [,] Leeds & Huddersfield]

Musical Bouquet. Nelly Was A Lady, [b & w lithograph of African-Americans playing the banjo and dancing, with the designation {one word on each side} "Negro Songs"] A Beautiful Ethiopian Melody, Composed by S. C. Foster ["Steven Foster" in script is printed left of "A Beautiful"] [rule} London: Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn; & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row. No. 768 Musical Bouquet (Copyright.) [4 pp; no pl. no.; "Miss Booth" written in ink on left top of title page]

Musical Bouquet. Partant Pour La Syrie, (Dunois The Brave.) [lithograph of a soldier's head and torso in the middle with "The Union of France And England Is Strength" on a banner, and with a British soldier on his right and a French soldier on his left] The Popular French air, as performed by Jullien's Band, and by the celebrated Guides' Band. With the correct French and English Words. [rule] London: Musical Bouquet Office, 192, High Holborn; & J. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row. No. 582 Musical Bouquet [4 pp.; no pl. no.; on p. 2 "Par La Reine Hortense" is written under the title]

[No separate title page] Musical Bouquet [in the middle between the two words is a lithograph with a maritime scene and a reproduction from a Daguerreotype by Mayall of Henry Russell, with Russell's signature below in a printed script] Long Parted Have We Been Composed By Henry Russell For His New Entertainment "The Emigrant's Progress"__Words By Chas. Mackay, L.L.D. [includes pp. 37-42 of the Musical Bouquet nos. 371 & 372]

[No separate title page] The Standard Glee Book. A choice Collection of the best Standard Glees, Trios, Quartets, Catches, Rounds, Canons, &c. by the most Eminent Composers.

The Minute Gun At Sea, (Duet)__King. [pp. 53-56; no pl. no.; two-voice glee with pictorial piano accompaniment]

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HMP-19Half-bound oblong volume in green leather with green marbled boards and "Agnes" stamped in a center cover leather rectangle (cf. HMP-3 & 4). Label on spine = "DUETTS [sic]."Paper size = 25.2 cm H x 33.3 cm L

Rossini, J. Ouverture zur Oper Der Türke in Italien für das Piano Forte auf 4 Hände (Wien: S. A. Steiner un Comp., n.d.) Pl. no. 3144.

Rossini, J. Ouverture zur Opera Das Fräulein vom See, (La Donna del Lago) für das Piano Forte auf 4 Hände (Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., n.d.). Pl. no. 3205.

Frédéric-Auguste, arr. (4 hands). Les Plaisirs du Bel Âge, Quadrilles 1er Cahier (Paris, Boieldieu, n.d.). Pl. no. 980. [Contains Le PoëteLa NarcissoLa GéroniaLa FiorillaLa Selime from Il Turco in Italia, and Le BilletLa RosineLa FigaroLa Carafa, and Zitti Zitti from Il Barbiere.] Pl. no. 980.

Frédéric-Auguste, arr. (4 hands). Les Plaisirs du Bel Âge, Quadrilles 2e Cahier (Paris: Boildieu, n.d.) [Pieces arranged from Les Pages du Duc de Vendôme = Le Nozze de Figaro and two Rossini operas, Il Turco in Italia & La Gazza Ladra.] Pl no. 983.

Thalia. Auserlesene Sammlung moderner un beliebter Tonstücke aus Opern und Balletten füur das Pianoforte auf vier Haende No. 2 (Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., n.d).[Polonaise aus der Oper Faustvon Louis Spohr.] Pl. no. 3302.

Thalia. Auserlesene Sammlung moderner un beliebter Tonstücke aus Opern und Balletten füur das Pianoforte auf vier Haende No.1(Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., n.d). [Cavatina Was ich oft im Traumesah aus der Oper, Die diebische Elster.] Pl. no. 3301.

Frédéric-Auguste, arr. (4 hands). Les Plaisirs du Bel Âge, Quadrilles 3e Cahier (1re Suite) (Paris: Boildieu, n.d.) [Pieces from Le Nozze de Figaro and various operas by Rossini.]. Pl. no. 982.

Frédéric-Auguste, arr. (4 hands). Les Plaisirs du Bel Âge, Quadrilles 6 Cahier (Paris, Boildieu, n.d.) [Pieces from operas of Boiedieu and works of Lausenchellerr.] Pl. no. 985.

Storace, Steffano. Ouverture zu vier Hände für das Piano forte aus der Oper Gli sposi malcontenti (Braunschweig: Musikalischen Magazine auf der Höhe, n.d.). T. Boosey & Co. stamp on title page. Pl. no. 1206.

Rossini, J. Ouverture zur Opera Adelaide von Burgund, für das Piano Forte aus 4 Hände. (Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., n.d.). T. Boosey & Co. stamp on title page. Pl. no. 3112.

Rossini, J. Ouverture zur Oper Torwaldo und Dorlisca für das Piano Forte aus 4 Hände. (Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., n.d.). T. Bossey & Co. stamp on title page. Pl. no. 3109.

Rossini, J. Ouverture zur Opera Demetrius und Polibius, für das Piano-Forte aus 4 Hände. (Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., n.d.). T. Boosey & Co. stamp on title page. Pl. no. 3107.

Hummel, I. N. Ouverture zum Schauspiele Johann von Finnland in Musik gesetzt und für das Pianoforte aus vier Hände eingerichtet von I. N. Hummel, Op. 43. (Wien & Pest: J. Riedl's Kunsthandlung, n.d.). T. Boosey & Co. stamp on title page. Pl. no. 710.

Fraenzl. Ouverture de l'Opera Carlo Fioras par Fraenzel arrangée à quatre mains pour le Pianoforte(Leipzig: C. F. Peters, n.d.). T. Boosey & Co. stamp on title page. Pl. no. 1606.

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HMP-20. Quarter-bound volume (brown leather) with brown marbled boards. A paper label “9” appears at the bottom of the spine. On the fly leaf is an inventory in the same hand as in several earlier volumes (e.g. HMP 10, 11, & 18). Folio size.

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HMP-21. Oblong volume, quarter-bound (red leather) with green marbled boards. “Duetts” stamped in gold on the spine. On the front cover is a red leather rectangle stamped around the edges with gold, which reads "Miss Fraser.” On the fly leaf is an incomplete inventory in the same hand as in several earlier volumes (e.g., HMP-10, 11, 18, & 20). Folio size.

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HMP-22. Oblong volume, half-bound(green leather) with blue-green imitation leather boards. “Contredanses” stamped in gold on leather brown rectangle on the spine. Signature of Mary Turner Trènt on inside cover of front board.

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HMP-23. Volume bound in black leather with “Flute, Vol. I” stamped in gold on front cover. Folio Size. On the fly leaf is an index of authors, song titles, and opera titles ordered as they appear in the volume. Note in index indicates “see Piano Vol. 2, trios” and “see Piano Vol. 1, duets.” Volume contains flute arrangements19th Cent. Musical Prints from various operas.

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HMP-24. Volume bound in black leather with “Flute, Vol. II” stamped in gold on front cover. Folio Size. On the fly leaf is an index of authors, song titles, and opera titles ordered as they appear in the volume. Note in index indicates “see Vol. 3, Piano” Volume contains flute arrangements from various operas. (see HMP-26).

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HMP-25. Volume bound in black leather with “Vol. I” stamped in gold on front cover. Folio Size. On the fly leaf is an index of authors, song titles, and opera titles ordered as they appear in the volume. Note in index indicates “Duetts, P.F.” Volume contains piano accompaniment of flute & piano arrangements from various operas.

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HMP-26. Volume bound in black leather with “Vol. 3” stamped in gold on front cover. Folio Size. On the fly leaf is an index of authors, song titles, and opera titles ordered as they appear in the volume. Note in index indicates “See Vol. 2, Flute Book.” Volume contains piano accompaniment of flute & piano arrangements from various operas.

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HMP-27. Folio size volume with “Piano Solos-Beyer-Oesten-Herz-Czerny/Vol. 28/Viner” stamped in gold on the spine. On the fly leaf is an index including title, instrument (piano), author or arranger, and page #.

Cramer, Henri. La Marseillais (Französischer National Gesang): Chants Nationaux (Vaterlandslieder), No. 2. (London: Augener & Co., n.d.) [title page appears in color w/ picture of French flag]. Printed pp. 2-3. Pl. no. 7630.

Beyer, Ferdinand. Danish March, No. 2 from Military Gems. (London: B. Williams, n.d.). [tear in top right corner of title page/1st page of music] Handwritten pp. 5-7; printed pp. 1-3.

Donizetti, G. “Bouquey De Melodies” from Lucia Di Lammermoor. Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 9-19; printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 13,326.

Proch, H. “Lebewohl” (Farewell). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 21-27; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 9388.

Proch, H. “Das Wiedersehn” (Souvenir). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Leader & Cock, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 29-37; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 1412.

Bellini, V. “Bouquet De Melodies” from La Sonnambula. Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.) Handwritten pp. 39-51; printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 13,325.

Gungl, J. March from Kriegers Lust. Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. [from collection titled Twelve Fantasias, No. 1 by F. Beyer]. (London: Ewer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 53-59; printed pp. 2-7.

?Kreutzer, C .[Lowe, C.] “Der Wirthin Töchterlein” (The Maid of the Inn). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp.61-67; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 9389.

Fesca, A. Der Wanderer. Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 69-67; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 9385.

Reissiger, C. G. Der Ziceunerbub; Im Norden. Arranged by F. Beyer. [“select catalogue” of works by A. Croisez, published by Robert Cocks & Co. inserted on Handwritten p. 81].(London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 79-87; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 9382.

Abt, F. “In Den Augen Liegt Das Herz” (Thro’ the Eyes the heart’s wish glistens). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 89-97; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 9351.

Lindpaintner, P.J.von. “Die Fahnenwacht” (The Standard-Bearer). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Lamborn Cock, Hutchings & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 99-107; printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 1428.

Abt, F. Irene und Agathe. Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 109-119; printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 9350.

Kücken, F. “Ach wenn du wärst” (O Wert Thou But My Own). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 121-127; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 12,331.

Curschmann, F. “Dein ist mein Herz” (Thine is my heart). Arranged by Ferdinand Beyer. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 129-137; printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 9390.

Oesten, Théodore. Pensez A Moi. (London: Metzler & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 139-145; printed pp. 2-7.

Oesten, Théodore. Minnesang from Klänge Der Liebe, Op. 50. ( Magdeburg: Heinrichshofen, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 147-153; 2-7. pl. no. H.M. 657.

Oesten, Théodore. Gondellied, op. 56. (London: H. D’Alcorn, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 155-161; printed pp. 1-5.

Oesten, Théodore. Fantasie Brillante, op. 32 based on Lucrezia Borgia by G. Donizetti. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 163-175; printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 9994.

Oesten, Théodore. Fantasie Brillante, op. 67, no. 6. based on La Straniera by V. Bellini. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 177-191; pp. 2-12. pl. no. 11, 389.

Oesten, Théodore. Fantasie Brillante, op. 67, no. 5. based on La Filled u Regiment by G. Donizetti. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 193-202 [1st 3 pages labeled 193]; printed pp. 2-12.

Oesten, Théodore. Fantasie De Salon, op. 59. based on La Sonnambula by V. Bellini. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 203-211 [1st 3 pages labeled 203]; printed pp. 11. pl. no. 11,397.

Oesten, Théodore. Second Fantasie Brillante, op. 30. based on Lucia Di Lammermoor by G. Donizetti. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 213-221 [1st 3 pages labeled 213]; printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 11214.

Oesten, Théodore. Fantasie Brillante, op. 35. based on Guillaume Tell by G. Rossini. [from the W. Vincent Wallaces Edition of Standard Piano Forte Works, no. 14]. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 223-132 [1st 3 pages labeled 223]; pp.11. pl. no. 11,204.

Herz, H. Polonaise Favorite, Chantée par Madame Persiani, based on Linda Di Chamounix by G. Donizetti. Dedicated to Madame Amelia d’Olsoufieff. (London: Boosey & Sons, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 233-241; printed pp. 2-9.

Herz, H. Non Più Mesta, op. 60. Cavatina from La Cenerentola by G. Rossini. Dedicated to Miss Anna Kerrison. (London: D’Almaine & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 243-255; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 7717.

Herz, H. Variations Brillantes avec Introduction Finale Alla Militaire, op. 48. from La Violette by Carafa. Dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Colson. (London: D’Almaine & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 257-275; printed pp. 2-17. pl. no. 7702.

Herz, H. Introduction and Theme from Mose In Egitto by G. Rossini. [stamp on title page indicates “N.B. Challoner” and “Authors Property”]. (London: Leoni Lee, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 279-295; printed pp. 1-15.

Herz, H. “Ma Fanchette Est Charmante.” Dedicated to Mademoisselle D’Orleans. [stamp on title page indicates “N.B. Challoner” and “Authors Property”]. Handwritten pp. 297-315; printed pp. 1-17.

Herz, H. “Romance” from Joseph by Méhul. [stamp on title page indicates “N.B. Challoner” and “Authors Property”]. (London: Leoni Lee, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 317-331; printed pp. 1-13.

Herz, H. “Nel Silenzio Frá L’Orror” from Il Crociato in Egitto by Meyerbeer. [stamp on title page indicates “N.B. Challoner” and “Authors Property”]. (London: Leoni Lee, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 343 (misprinted as “243”) -357; printed pp1-13.

Herz, H. Grand Variations Sur La Marche Favorite, op. 82 from I Puritani by Bellini. Dedicated to Lady Jane Parsons. (London: Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 359-374; printed pp. 2-16. pl. no. 1582.

Herz, H. Nel Silenzio, op. 23 from Il Crociato by Meyerbeer. (London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 377-391; printed pp. 2-17. pl. no. 385.

Herz, H. La Parisienne, op. 58. (London: D’Almaine & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 393-407; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 7733.

Herz, H. Aurora Che Sorcerai (with Variations for Piano Forte), op. 17 by Rossini. Handwritten pp. 409-430; printed pp. 1-20. pl. no. 476.

Benedict, Jules. Marche Triomphale. Dedicated to Z. Buck. (London: Ewer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 433-453; printed pp. 5-13.

Dreyschock, A. Bluette, Nocturne, op. 16. (London: Lamborn Cock, Hutchings & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 457-463; printed pp.2-5. pl. no. 3102.

Burgmüller, Frédéric. Bolero Sur La Xacarilla, no. 2, op. 62. (London: Leader & Cock, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 465-475; printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. L&C_3161.

Burgmüller, Frédéric. La Poste Valse. Dedicated to Lady Anna Loftus. (London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 477-485. printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 2572.

Burgmüller, Frédéric. Giralda, Valse Brillante. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 487-497; printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 13,418.

Burgmüller, Frédéric. Une Fleur Sur Son Passage, op. 46. from La Reine Victoria. (London: Leader & Cock, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 499-511; printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. W.R. 8127.

Czerny, Charles. Fantasie, op. 247 from Norma by Bellini. (London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 523-543; printed pp. 2-19. pl. no. 1766.

Czerny, Charles. Six Melodies Choisies, op. 435, no. 1: “Alla Gioja,” from Bianco e Fernando by Bellini. (London: Addison & Hodson, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 515-521; printed pp. 1-7.pl. no. 3889.

Normann, Jules. Red, White, and Blue: Fantasia for the Piano Forte. (London: Musical Bouquet, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 523-526; printed pp. 2-4. pl. no. 858. 

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HMP-28. Folio size volume with “Piano Forte Duets/Vol. 32/Viner” stamped in gold on the spine. On the fly leaf is an index including title, instrument (piano), author or arranger, and page #.

Hünten, F. Three Elegant Rondinos, op. 30: No. 1, “Non Più Mesta De Cenerentola De Rossine. Dedicated to the Ladies of Miss Ping’s Establishment. (London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 953.

Hünten, F. Three Elegant Rondinos, op. 30: No. 2, “Le Petit Tambour. Dedicated to the Ladies of Miss Ping’s Establishment. (London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 11-19; printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 953.

Czerny, Charles. Marche, op. 20 from La Donna Del Lago by G. Rossini. (London: R. Cocks, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 21-49; printed pp. 2-29. pl. no. 651.

Czerny, Charles. Trois Thêmes Favoris Italiens, op. 357: No. 1 from Anna Bolena by Donizetti. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 51-69; printed pp. 2-19. pl. no. 2624.

Czerny, Charles. Trois Thêmes Favoris Italiens, op. 357: No. 2 from Les Orgies by Caraffa. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 71-89; printed pp. 2-19. pl. no. 2626.

Czerny, Charles. Trois Thêmes Favoris Italiens, op. 357: No. 3 from Sonnambula by Bellini. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 91-109; printed pp. 2-19. pl. no. 2625.

Czerny, Charles. Introduction et Variations Sur le Duo Suoni la Tromba Intrepido, op. 363 from I Puritani by Bellini. (London: R. Hills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 111-123; printed pp. 2-23. pl. no. 2850.

Nordmann, Rudolph. “Ernani, Ernani, Involami!” from Ernani by G. Verdi. (London: T. Boosey & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 125-139; printed pp. 2-13.

Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy. Scherzo, March, Notturno & Intermetzo composed and arranged as a piano-forte duet, op. 61, no. 3. (London: J.J Ewer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 141-149; printed pp. 2-9.

Bertini, H.J. Duo à 4 Mains, op. 140 Sur Des Motifs du Stabat de Rossini. (London: R. Cocks & Co., n.d.). Dedicated to Madame Belville Penley of Bath. Handwritten pp. 151-171; printed pp. 2-21. pl. no. 5490.

Hunten, Francois. “Dov’è Mai Quel Core Amante,” op. 25 from Mosè in Egitto by Rossini. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 172-187; printed pp. 2-17. pl. no. 636.

MacFarren, Walter. La Gracieuse. (London: Leader & Cocks, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 189-209; printed pp. 2-19. pl. no. L&C 3033.

Reinecke, Carl. Three Fantasias For Two Performers on the Pianoforte, op. 9., No. 1, Easter Lay. (London: Augener & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 211-217; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. A&Co 3793.

Reinecke, Carl. Three Fantasias For Two Performers on the Pianoforte, op. 9., No. 2, Thorn Roseling. (London: Augener & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 218-223 (misprinted as 213); printed pp. 8-13. pl. no. A&Co 3794.

Reinecke, Carl. Three Fantasias For Two Performers on the Pianoforte, op. 9., No. 3, A Northern Ballad. (London: Augener & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 214-219; printed pp. 14-19. pl. no. A&Co 3795.

Alberti, H. Kleine Fantasie über das Lied: Die Wacht Am Rhein, op. 24, no. 7 by C. Wilhelm. (Hamburg: Aug. Cranz, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 221-227 (misprinted as 257); printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 4391.

Challoner, N.B. Duet for Two Performers on One PianoForte from Sul Margine D’un Rio (The Voice of her I Love) & The Legacy (Irish Melody). Dedicated to Miss Lindos. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 259-263; printed pp. 2-5.

Krollmann, A. La Belle Viennaise An Andantino Brilliant Rondo. (London: J. Duff & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 265-274; printed pp. 2-8.

Evans, C. A Favorite March, Composed for the Wrekin Regiment of Local Militia, no. 3. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 277-281; printed pp. 2-5.

Neville, C. Duet for Two Performers on One Piano Porte Arranged from the Favorite Air “The Maid of Lodi” or “My Heart with Love is Beating,” and “The Bath Waltz,” 5th Duet. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 283-287; printed pp. 2-5.

Corri, Domenico. Three Favorite Airs Selected from Blue Beard viz The March, Fatima & Tink A Tink by M. Kelly. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 289-303; printed pp. 2-15.

Rossini, G. Duet for Two Performers on One Piano Forte from Rousseau’s Dream and Zitti, Zitti, 7th Duet. [note on title page indicates “from a catalog of admired airs;” catalog included on p. 6]. (London: Skillern & Challoner, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 305-309; printed pp. 2-6.

Butler, N.C. A Duet for Two Performers from Sweet Passion of Love [as sung by Miss Stephens in Cymon] and the popular dance The Recovery, 1st Duet. [note on title page indicates “from a catalog of admired airs;” catalog included on p. 6].(London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 311-316; printed pp. 2-5.

Butler, N.C. Duet for Two Performers on One Piano Forte from God Save the King and Mozart’s Waltz, 6th Duet. [note on title page indicates “from a catalog of admired airs;” catalog included on p. 6]. (London: Skillern & Challoner, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 317-321; printed pp. 2-6.

Challoner, N.B. Duet for Two Performers on One Piano Forte from Robin Adair or Aileen Aroon and Copenhagen Waltz. Dedicated to Miss Dixon, No. 2. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 323-328; printed pp. 2-6.

Challoner, N.B. Duet for Two Performers on One Piano Forte from a favorite Welsch Air, op. 4. Dedicated to Miss Tijou and Miss Sarah Tijou. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 329-337; printed pp. 2-9.

Challoner, N.B. Duet for Two Performers on One Piano Forte from La Verginella or Loves Soft Illusion [sung by Mrs. Dicksons] and the much admired dance of The Tyrolese, or Opera Hat. (London: Skillern & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 339-351; printed pp. 2-13.

Callcott, William Hutchins. Favorite Airs from Benedict’s Lyrical Legend of Undine. (London: Leader & Cocks, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 353-380; printed pp. 2-29. pl. no. L&C 3215.

Callcott, William Hutchins. Favorite Airs from Freya’s Give, an allegorical masque by G. A. MacFarren. In Honor of the Marriage of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales. (London: Lamborn Cock, Hutchings, and Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 381-405; printed pp. 2-25. pl. no. C.H.& Co. 3584.

Mozart, W.A. Overture from Le Nozze di Figaro. (London: Longman & Bates, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 427-437; printed pp. 2-11.

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Overture from The Men of Prometheus. Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 439-453; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 2006.

Rossini, G. Overture from Semiramide for Pianoforte, No. 1. Arranged by Charles Czerny. (London: Robert Cock & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 455-481; printed pp. 2-27. pl. no. 3764.

Herold, F. Overture from Zampa. Arranged by A. Diabelli. (London: Robert Cocks & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 483-499; printed pp. 2-17. pl. no. 3643.

Osborne, G.A. La Pluie De Perles. Arranged for two piano duet by the composer. (London: Cramer, Beale & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 501-513; printed pp. 2-13. pl. no. 4564.

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HMP-29. Volume bound in black leather with “Vol. 2” stamped in gold on front cover. Folio Size. On the fly leaf is an index of authors, song titles, and opera titles ordered as they appear in the volume. Penciled note on inside cover contains incomplete song titles with page numbers.

Rossini, G. Overture from La Gazza Ladra. Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 410-433; printed pp. 2-21; pl. no. 1132.

Paisiello. “O Momento Fortunato,” “Il Mio Ben,” “Dormi O Cara,””Deh! Voi Dite All’ Idol Mio,” “Lontana Da Te” and “Son Già Tuo Bell’ Idol Mio” from Nina. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with flute accompaniment by C. Carillo. (London: A. B. Cramer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 434-453; printed pp. 2-17; pl. no. 88.

Rossini, G. “Introduzione,” “Ecco ridente il Cielo,” “Signor Conte il giorno avanza” and “Mille grazie mio Signore” from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia.Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum. (London: Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 476-493; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 1146.

Rossini, G. “All’ Idea Di Quel Metallo” from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum. (London: Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 494-514; printed pp. 2-19. pl. no. 2022.

Rossini, G. “Una voce poco fa,” “Freddo ed immobile” and “Dunque io son” from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by W. Watts. (London: Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 516-; printed pp. 2-23. pl. no. 2035.

Zummsteeg. Overture from Die Geister Insel. Arranged for two performers on pianoforte with accompaniment for flute by James Etherington. Dedicated to Misses Banyon of North Grove House, Ealing, Middlesex. (London: Monro & May, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 542-553; printed pp. 2-11.

Fiorillo, F. Grand Duet, op. 71 for two performers on one pianoforte with accompaniment for flute. Dedicated to Mrs. H. & Mrs. M. Villebois. (London: R. Birchall, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 554-577; printed pp. 2-23.

Mozart. W. A. “Sorte “Rea! Sorte Tiranna!” “Ah Goda, Ognor,” and “Al Bascia Si Faccia Onore” from Il Serraglio, Duett No. 1. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for flute ad libitum by F. Fiorillo. (London: R. Birchall, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 578-601; printed pp. 2-23.

Paer, F. Overture from I fuorusciti. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for flute ad libitum by Joseph John Harris. (London: Monro & May, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 602-617; printed pp. 2-15.

Donizetti, G. “Bella Venezia Amabile,” “Com’ E Bello,” “Leggiadra Amabil Siete,” “Di Pescatore Ignobile,” and “Viva Il Madere” from Lucrezia Borgia. (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 618-645; printed pp. 2-25. pl. no. 3116.

Donizetti, G. “Guai Se Ti Sfugge,” “Waltz,” “Raggio D’Amore,” “Ama Tua Madre,” “M’Odi Ah! M’Odi,” and “Il Segreto Per Esser Felice” from Lucrezia Borgia. Arranged for two performers on pianoforte with accompaniment for flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott (Book 2). (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 646-676; printed pp. 26-47. pl. no. 3116_2.

Bellini, V. “A Una Fonte Afflitto E Solo,” “Bel Sogno Beato,” and “Son Vergin Vezzosa” from I Puritani. Arranged for two performers on the piano forte with accompaniment for flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott (Book 1). (London: Cramer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 677-700; printed pp. 2-23. pl. no. 1542.

Bellini, V. “Cinta Di Fiori,” “Qui La Voce Sua Soave,” “Il Rival Salvar Tu Dei,” from I Puritani, Book 2. Arranged for two performers on pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott (Book 2). (London: Cramer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 701-727; printed pp. 24-47. pl. no. 1546.

Bellini, V. “Credea Si Mi Sera,” “Arturo, Si È Desso Arturo,” “Da Quel Di Che Ti Mirai,” “Chè Mosse A Miei Desir,” from I Puritani. (London: Cramer & Co. n.d.). Handwritten pp. 728-748; printed pp. 48-65. pl. no. 1550.

Bellini, V. “A Te O Cara Amor Talora,” “A Quel Nome Al Mio Contento,” and “Vieni Frà Queste Braccia” from I Puritani. Arranged for two performers on pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott (Book 4). (London: Cramer & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 750-775; printed pp. 66-87. pl. no. 1556.

Donizetti, G. “Dolce Istante Inaspettato,” “O La Bella Immantinente,” “In Questo Semplice,” from Betly. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 776-797; printed pp. 2-21. pl. no. 2081.

Mercadante. “Vanne se Alberghi,” “O Voce Soave,” and “Quanto è Barbaro” (No. 1) Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: C. Lonsdale/Late Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 798-810. printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 215.

Donizetti. “Ah! Quando In Regio,” and “Nò, Nò Che Infelice” (No. 2). Arranged for two performers on the piano forte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: C. Lonsdale/Late Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 811-816; printed pp. 12-17. pl. no. 215.

Donizetti. “Io L’Udia Ne Suoi Bei Carmi,” and “Trono E Corona” (No. 3). Arranged for two performers on the piano forte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: C. Lonsdale/Late Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 817-825. printed pp. 18-25. pl. no. 215.

Donizetti. “Orse Un Destin Che Intendere,” and “Alle Giostre A Tornei” (No. 1). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the fute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 826-836; printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 3034.

Donizetti. “Ah! Tu Sai,” and “Voga, Voga” (No. 2). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 837-843; printed pp. 10-15. pl. no. 3034.

Donizetti. “M’Abbraccia Ernesto,” “Sogno Talor Di Correre” and “Quest’ Amor Doveva In Terra,” from Parisina (Book 2). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 844-863; printed pp 16-33. pl. no. 3034-2.

Marliani. “Reo Di Colpe,” “Quando Il Di Frà L’Ombre Incerto,” “Sommergansi Gli Affanni Di Bacco,” “Cedi A Miei Prieghi,” and “All’ Idea Che Reo Non Sono” from Il Bravo (Book 1). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: C. Lonsdale/Late Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 864-889; printed pp. 2-23. pl. no. 6.

Marliani. No. 6 – “ Più Non Vedrà,” No. 7 – “Il Gondolier Tranquillo” & “O Pescator,” No. 8 – “Oh Ciel! Che Mai Farò,” and No. 9 – “Uomo Non V’Ha,” from Il Bravo (Book 2). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: C. Lonsdale/Late Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 890-917; printed pp. 24-47. pl. no. 65.

Ricci. No. 1 – “Or Son D’Elena,” No. 2 – “Se Vuoi Far,” No. 3 – “Del Atto 2do,” No. 4 – “Son Tomaso Scarrafaggio,” from Scaramuccia (Book 1). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 918-939; printed pp. 2-21. pl. no. 2954.

Ricci. No. 5 - “Si Lo Giuro,” & “Ah Ritorna A Dir Che M’Ami,” No. 6 – “Se Credo Allo Specchio,” No. 7 – “La Civetta!” and No. 8 – “Come Il Dì Chi I Nostri,” & “Per Scacciar La Sua Mestizia,” from Scaramuccia (Book 2). Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by William Hutchins Callcott. (London: R. Mills, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 940-; printed pp. 22-41. pl. no. 2954.

Rossini, G. “Largo al Factotum,” “Ah qual colpo,” “Zitti Zitti,” and “Finale” from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute ad libitum by W. Watts. (London: Birchall & Co., n.d.). Handwritten pp. 964-987; printed pp. 2-23. pl. no. 1192.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Don Giovanni. Arranged for two performers on the piano forte with accompaniment for flute, violin & violoncello, ad libitum by W. Watts. (London: J.B. Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 988-1003; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 615.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Le Nozze di Figaro. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniments for flute, violin and violoncello ad libitum by W. Watts. (London: J.B. Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 1004-1019; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 613.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Die Zauberflöte. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniment for the flute, violin and violoncello ad libitum by W. Watts. (London: J.B. Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 1020-1037; printed pp. 2-17. pl. no. 614.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Idomeneo, re di Creta. Arranged for two performers on the pianoforte with accompaniments for flute, violin & violoncello ad libitum by W. Watts. (London: Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 1038-1049; printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 616.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Cosi Fan Tutte. Arranged as duets for two performers on the pianoporte by W. Watts. (London: Cramer, Addison & Beale, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 1050-1060; printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 618.

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HMP-30. Folio-sized, half-bound (black leather) volume with green boards. “Violoncello” stamped in gold on the spine. Volume contains violoncello parts to orchestral works. On the fly leaf is an index of authors, song titles, and opera titles ordered as they appear in the volume.

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Symphony, No. 1 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 2-6; printed pp. 1-5.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in D [No. 2]. Handwritten pp. 44-50; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 6109.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in E-flat [Eroica]. Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 98-107; printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 5471.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in B-flat [No. 4]. Handwritten pp. 172-177; printed pp. 1-6. pl. no. 397.

Beethoven, L. van. 5th Grand Symphony in C Minor, op. 67. Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 178-231; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. W.R. 8139.

Beethoven, L. van. Pastoral Symphony [No. 6]. Arranged by Hummel. Handwritten pp. 281-289; printed pp. 1-9.

Beethoven, L. van. 7th Symphony [in A]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 343-352; printed pp. 1-10. pl. no. 6069.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony No. 8 [in F]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 409-416; printed pp. 1-8. pl. no. 1141.

Beethoven, L. van. Septet [in E-flat]. Arranged by Hummel. Handwritten pp. 462-468; printed pp. 1-7.

Beethoven, L. van. Overture in C major from Namensfeier [op. 115]. Handwritten pp. 512-515; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 5350.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 1” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 527-531; printed pp. 2-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 2,” op. 10 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 565-568; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 3,” op. 58 [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 585-589; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W.A. “Jupiter Grand Symphony No. 4,” op. 38 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 608-614; printed pp. 1-7.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 5,” op. 22 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 634-637; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 6,” [in g]. Handwritten pp. 656-661; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 7,” op. 87 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 676-681; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Symphony No. 8,” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 697-700; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 9,” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 717-720; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 10,” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 737-741; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 11,” op. 25 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 757-761; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 12,” [in A]. Handwritten pp. 781-784; printed pp.1-4.

Romberg, A. “Grand Sinfonia No. 1,” op. 22 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 798-803; printed pp. 1-6.

Romberg, A. “Grand Sinfonia No. 2,” op. 6 [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 820-823; printed pp. 1-4.

Romberg, A. “Overture,” op. 60 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 838-840; printed pp. 1-3.

Romberg, A. “Sinfonie Alla Turce,” op. 51 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 850-855; printed pp. 1-6.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 1” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 874-877; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 2” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 890-893; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 3” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 909-912; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 4” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 925-928; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia I” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 944-947; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia II” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 962-965; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 1519.

Haydn. “Sinfonia III” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 977-981; printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1520.

Haydn. “Sinfonia IV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1004-1007; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 1521.

Haydn. “Sinfonia V” Handwritten pp. 1021-1023; printed pp. 1-3.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VI” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1033-1037; printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 2277.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VII” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1051-1055; printed pp. 2-6. pl. no. 1524.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VIII” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1071-1075; printed pp. 1-5.

Haydn. “Sinfonia IX” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1094-1097; printed pp. 12-15. pl. no. 1526.

Haydn. “Sinfonia X” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1116-1119; printed pp. 2-5. pl. no.1527.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XI” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1136-1141; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 1528.

Haydn. ”Sinfonia XII” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 1159-1163; printed pp. 2-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIII” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 1179-1180; printed pp. 5-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1190-1193; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1205-1206; printed pp. 1-2.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVI, “La Reine De France” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1214-1217; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVII, “Festino” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1230-1233; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVIII, Jupiter” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 1247-1250; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIX” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1268-1270; printed pp. 1-3.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XX” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 1280-1283. printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “O What Varied Forms of Beauty”, “Come Gentle Spring,” and “With Joy Th’Impatient Husband Man” from Seasons, book 1, “Spring.” Arranged by George F. Harris. Handwritten pp. 1312-1314; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 586.

Haydn. “When Morning Clad in Mantle Grey,” “Here Amid These Calm Recesses,” “The Storm Is Past, The Winds Retire” and “Not Night Resumes Her Sable Reign” from Seasons, book 2, “Summer.” Arranged by George F. Harris. Handwritten pp. 1338-1340; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 586.

Haydn. Symphony [in D], “Duet by D. Bruguier.” Handwritten pp. 1364-1366; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. L2465.

Haydn. Symphony [in B-flat]. Handwritten p. 1388. pl. no. 1980. [Handwritten note at top of page indicates “Ditto in B” and “No. 15.”].

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 1 - “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth,” No. 2 - “Rejoice Greatly, Oh Daughter Of Zion,” No. 3 – “Buth Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul In Hell” from Messiah; No. 4 - “Oh! Had I Jubal’s Lyre” from Joshua; No. 5 – “Holy, Holy, Lord, God Almighty” from Redemption; No. 6 – “Let the Bright Seraphim” from Samson. Arranged by W. H. Calcott (book 1). Handwritten pp. 1400-1403; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 442.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 7 – “Angels Ever Bright and Fair” from Theodora; No. 8 – “Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage” from Messiah; No. 9 – “Lord Remember David” from Redemption; No. 10 – “O! Thou That Tellest Good Tidings To Zion,” No. 11 - “He Shall Feed His Flock” from Messiah; No. 12 – “Arm, Arm Ye Brave” from Judas Maccabeus. Arranged by W. H. Calcott (book 2). Handwritten pp. 1429-1431; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 442_2.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 13 – “What Tho’ I Trace Each Herb and Flower” from Solomon; No. 14 – “O Magnify the Lord” from Chandos Anthems; No. 15 – “Lord, To Thee Each Night and Day” from Theodora; No. 16 – “From Mighty Kings He Took The Spoil” from Judas Maccabeus; No. 17 – “How Beautiful Are the Feet” from Messiah; No. 18 – “Honour and Arms” from Samson. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 3). Handwritten pp. 1455-1457; printed pp. 9-11. pl. no. 442_3.

Handel. “Dead March” from Saul. Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten p. 1481. pl. no. 623.

Mozart. No. 1 - “Benedictus Qui Venit” from Requiem; No. 2 – “Agnus Dei” from First Mass. Handwritten pp. 1489-1490; printed pp. 1-2. pl. no. 24_173.

Haydn. No. 3 – “With Verdure Clad” from Creation. Handwritten p. 1491; printed p. 3. pl. no. 24_173.

Marcello. No. 4 – “Qual Anelante” from Salmo XLII. Handwritten p. 1511; printed p. 5. pl. no. 24_173.

Handel. No. 5 – “Comfort Ye My People” and “Every Valley Shall Be Exalted” from Messiah. Handwritten pp. 1512; printed p. 6. pl. no. 24_173.

Pergolesi. No. 6 – “Gloria In Excelsis” from Mass. Handwritten p. 1513; printed p. 7. pl. no. 24_173.

Naumann. No. 7 – “Agnus Dei” from Mass. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1533. printed p. 1. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Crotch, Dr. No. 8 – “Such the Faint Echo” from Palestine. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1533-1534. printed p. 1-2. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Hummel. No. 9 – “Alma Virgo” from Offertorium No. 1. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1535-1536; printed pp. 3-4. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Rossini, G. No. 1 - “O Mio Padre” or “Fac Ut Portem,” No. 2 – “Sol Di Pianti” or “Cujus Animam,” No. 3 – “Ma Giustizia” or “Quando Corpus,” No. 4 – “Gia Il Momento” or “Pro Peccatis” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 1). Handwritten pp. 1558-1561; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 538.

Rossini, G. No. 5 – “AhI! Sventura” or “Eia Mater,” No. 6 – “Per Quel Di Non Fe’ Parole” or “Sancta Mater,” No. 7 – “Di Che Pianger” or “Quis Est Homo,” No. 8 – Entro Il Carcer” or “Stabat Mater” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italioan version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 2). Handwritten pp. 1582-1585; printed pp. 5-8. pl. no. 538_2.

Rossini, G. No. 9 – “Sovra Gli Empii” or “Inflammatus et Accensus,” No. 10 – “Ah! Si, Il Cielo” or “Amen In Sempiterna” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 3). Handwritten pp. 1606-1609; printed pp. 9-11. pl. no. 538_3.

Schubert. No. 1 – “The Serenade,” No. 2 – “The Erl King” from Melodies (book 1). Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1632-1634; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 511.

Schubert. No. 3 – “Ellen’s Hymn (Ave Maria), No. 4 – “The Post Horn” from Melodies (book 2). Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1656-1658; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 511_2.

Beethoven, L van. “Kyrie Eleison,” “Gloria In Excelsis Deo,” “Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi,” and “Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus,” from First Mass. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 1676-1679; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 505.

Rossini, G. Overture from L’Italiana in Algieri. Handwritten 1700-1701; printed pp. 1-2.

Rossini, G. Overture from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia. Handwritten pp. 1714-1716; printed pp. 1-3.

Rossini, G. Overture from Semiramide. Handwritten pp. 1744-1749; printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 4302.

Auber, D.F.E. Overture from Fra Diavolo. Handwritten pp. 1777-1779; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 3780.

Paer, F. Overture from Sargino. Handwritten pp. 1789-1790; printed pp. 1-2.

Paer, F. Overture from Pirro. Handwritten pp. 1797-1798; printed pp. 2-3.

Winter, P. Overture from Labyrinth. Handwritten pp. 1805-1806; printed pp. 1-2.

Herold, F. Overture from Les Rosieres. Handwritten pp. 1813-1814; printed pp. 5-6.

Albert, Prince Consort. No. 1 - “Gruss An Den Bruder” or “Does My Brother Think Of Me,” “Wachst Liebchen Du” (Ständchen) or “Wakest Thou Love,” No. 2 – “Gruss Ausder Ferne” or “A Lay of Greeting From Afar,” “Abendruhe” or “While Day’s Last Smile Was Shining,” No. 3 – “Sehnsucht Nach Dem Tode” or “The Freed Spirit,” No. 4 – “Schmerz Der Liebe” or “The Bondage Of Love.” From Prince Albert’s Airs. Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1824-1827; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 352 & 362.

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HMP-31. Folio-sized, half-bound (black leather) volume with green boards. “Violin” stamped in gold on the spine. Volume contains violin parts to orchestral works. [Corresponds to HMP-30]

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Symphony, No. 1 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 2-7; printed pp. 1-6.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in D [No. 2]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 44-52; printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 6109. Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in E-flat, “Eroica”. (Composta Per Celebrare La Morte D’Un Eroe) Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 98-107; printed pp. 1-10. pl. no. 5471.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in B-flat [No. 4]. Handwritten pp. 172-178; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 397.

Beethoven, L. van. 5th Grand Symphony in C Minor, op. 67. Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 171-2 (title pg) pp. 225-231; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. W.R. 8139.

Beethoven, L. van. Pastoral Symphony [No. 6]. Arranged by Hummel. Handwritten pp. 281-290; printed pp. 1-11.

Beethoven, L. van. 7th Symphony [in A]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 343-356; printed pp. 1-13. pl. no. 6069.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony No. 8 [in F]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 409-416; printed pp. 1-8. pl. no. 1141.

Beethoven, L. van. Septet [in E-flat]. Arranged by Hummel. Handwritten pp. 462-468; printed pp. 1-7.

Beethoven, L. van. Overture in C major from Namensfeier, op. 115. Handwritten pp. 512-515; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 5350.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 1” [in C], op. 34. Handwritten pp. 527-532; printed pp. 2-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 2,” op. 10 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 565-570; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 3,” op. 58 [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 585-591; printed pp. 1-7.

Mozart, W.A. “Jupiter Grand Symphony No. 4,” op. 38 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 608-615; printed pp. 1-8.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 5,” op. 22 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 634-638; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 6,” [in g]. Handwritten pp. 656-661; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 7,” op. 87 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 676-681; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Symphony No. 8,” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 697-702; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 9,” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 717-722; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 10,” [in C], op. 57. Handwritten pp. 737-742; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 11,” op. 25 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 757-762; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 12,” [in A]. Handwritten pp. 781-785; printed pp. 1-5.

Romberg, A. “Grand Sinfonia No. 1,” op. 22 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 798-803; printed pp. 1-6.

Romberg, A. “Grand Sinfonia No. 2,” op. 6 [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 820-824; printed pp. 1-5.

Romberg, A. “Overture,” op. 60 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 838-840; printed pp. 1-3.

Romberg, A. “Sinfonie Alla Turce,” op. 51 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 850-855; printed pp. 1-6.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 1” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 874-877; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 2” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 890-893; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 3” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 909-912; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 4” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 925-930; printed pp. 1-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia I” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 944-948; printed pp. 1-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia II” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 962-965; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 1519.

Haydn. “Sinfonia III” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 977-982; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 1520.

Haydn. “Sinfonia IV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1004-1008; printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1521.

Haydn. “Sinfonia V” Handwritten pp. 1021-1024; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VI” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1033-1037; printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 2277.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VII” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1051-1056; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 1524.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VIII” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1071-1076; printed pp. 1-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia IX” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1094-1099; printed pp. 14-19. pl. no. 1526.

Haydn. “Sinfonia X” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1116-1120; printed pp. 2-6. pl. no. 1527.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XI” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1136-1142; printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 1528.

Haydn. ”Sinfonia XII” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 1159-1164; printed pp. 2-7.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIII” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 1179-1180; printed pp. 3-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1190-1194; printed pp. 1-5.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1205-1206; printed pp. 1-2.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVI, “La Reine De France” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1214-1217; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVII, “Festino” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1230-1235; printed pp. 1-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVIII, Jupiter” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 1247-1252; printed pp. 1-6.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIX” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1268-1271; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XX” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 1280-1285. printed pp. 1-6.

Haydn. “O What Varied Forms of Beauty”, “Come Gentle Spring,” and “With Joy Th’Impatient Husband Man” from Seasons, book 1, “Spring.” Arranged by George F. Harris. Handwritten pp. 1312-1314; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 586.

Haydn. “When Morning Clad in Mantle Grey,” “Here Amid These Calm Recesses,” “The Storm Is Past, The Winds Retire” and “Not Night Resumes Her Sable Reign” from Seasons, book 2, “Summer.” Arranged by George F. Harris. Handwritten pp. 1338-1340; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 586.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 1 - “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth,” No. 2 - “Rejoice Greatly, Oh Daughter Of Zion,” No. 3 – “Buth Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul In Hell” from Messiah; No. 4 - “Oh! Had I Jubal’s Lyre” from Joshua; No. 5 – “Holy, Holy, Lord, God Almighty” from Redemption; No. 6 – “Let the Bright Seraphim” from Samson. Arranged by W. H. Calcott (book 1). Handwritten pp. 1400-1402; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 442.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 7 – “Angels Ever Bright and Fair” from Theodora; No. 8 – “Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage” from Messiah; No. 9 – “Lord Remember David” from Redemption; No. 10 – “O! Thou That Tellest Good Tidings To Zion,” No. 11 - “He Shall Feed His Flock” from Messiah; No. 12 – “Arm, Arm Ye Brave” from Judas Maccabeus. Arranged by W. H. Calcott (book 2). Handwritten pp. 1429-1431; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 442_2.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 13 – “What Tho’ I Trace Each Herb and Flower” from Solomon; No. 14 – “O Magnify the Lord” from Chandos Anthems; No. 15 – “Lord, To Thee Each Night and Day” from Theodora; No. 16 – “From Mighty Kings He Took The Spoil” from Judas Maccabeus; No. 17 – “How Beautiful Are the Feet” from Messiah; No. 18 – “Honour and Arms” from Samson. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 3). Handwritten pp. 1455-1457; printed pp. 9-11. pl. no. 442_3.

Handel. “Dead March” from Saul. Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten p. 1481. pl. no. 623.

Naumann. No. 7 – “Agnus Dei” from Mass. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1533. printed p. 1. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Crotch, Dr. No. 8 – “Such the Faint Echo” from Palestine. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1533-1534. printed p. 1-2. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Hummel. No. 9 – “Alma Virgo” from Offertorium No. 1. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1535-1536; printed pp. 3-4. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Rossini, G. No. 1 - “O Mio Padre” or “Fac Ut Portem,” No. 2 – “Sol Di Pianti” or “Cujus Animam,” No. 3 – “Ma Giustizia” or “Quando Corpus,” No. 4 – “Gia Il Momento” or “Pro Peccatis” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 1). Handwritten pp. 1558-1561; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 538.

Rossini, G. No. 5 – “AhI! Sventura” or “Eia Mater,” No. 6 – “Per Quel Di Non Fe’ Parole” or “Sancta Mater,” No. 7 – “Di Che Pianger” or “Quis Est Homo,” No. 8 – Entro Il Carcer” or “Stabat Mater” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 2). Handwritten pp. 1582-1585; printed pp. 5-8. pl. no. 538_2.

Rossini, G. No. 9 – “Sovra Gli Empii” or “Inflammatus et Accensus,” No. 10 – “Ah! Si, Il Cielo” or “Amen In Sempiterna” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 3). Handwritten pp. 1606-1609; printed pp. 9-11. pl. no. 538_3.

Schubert. No. 1 – “The Serenade,” No. 2 – “The Erl King” from Melodies (book 1). Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1632-1634; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 511.

Schubert. No. 3 – “Ellen’s Hymn (Ave Maria), No. 4 – “The Post Horn” from Melodies (book 2). Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1656-1658; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 511_2.

Beethoven, L van. “Kyrie Eleison,” “Gloria In Excelsis Deo,” “Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi,” and “Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus,” from First Mass. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 1676-1679; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 505.

Rossini, G. Overture from L’Italiana in Algieri. Handwritten 1700-1702; printed pp. 1-3.

Rossini, G. Overture from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia. Handwritten pp. 1714-1716; printed pp. 1-3.

Rossini, G. Overture from Semiramide. Handwritten pp. 1744-1749; printed pp. 1-6. pl. no. 4302.

Auber, D.F.E. Overture from Fra Diavolo. Handwritten pp. 1777-1779; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 3780.

Paer, F. Overture from Sargino. Handwritten pp. 1789-1790; printed pp. 1-2.

Paer, F. Overture from Pirro. Handwritten pp. 1797-1798; printed pp. 2-3.

Winter, P. Overture from Labyrinth. Handwritten pp. 1805-1806; printed pp. 1-2.

Herold, F. Overture from Les Rosieres. Handwritten pp. 1813-1814; printed pp. 5-6.

Albert, Prince Consort. No. 1 - “Gruss An Den Bruder” or “Does My Brother Think Of Me,” “Wachst Liebchen Du” (Ständchen) or “Wakest Thou Love,” No. 2 – “Gruss Ausder Ferne” or “A Lay of Greeting From Afar,” “Abendruhe” or “While Day’s Last Smile Was Shining,” No. 3 – “Sehnsucht Nach Dem Tode” or “The Freed Spirit,” No. 4 – “Schmerz Der Liebe” or “The Bondage Of Love.” From Prince Albert’s Airs. Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1824-1827; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 352 & 362.

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HMP-32. Folio-sized, half-bound (black leather) volume with green boards. “Flute” stamped in gold on the spine. Volume contains violin parts to orchestral works. [Corresponds to HMP-30 & 31]

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Symphony, No. 1 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 2-5; printed pp. 1-4.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in D [No. 2]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 44-49; printed pp. 1-6. pl. no. 6109.Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in E-flat, “Eroica”. (Composta Per Celebrare La Morte D’Un Eroe) Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 98-105; printed pp. 1-8. pl. no. 5471.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony in B-flat [No. 4]. Handwritten pp. 172-176; printed pp. 1-6. pl. no. 397.

Beethoven, L. van. 5th Grand Symphony in C Minor, op. 67. Arranged by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 177-8 (title pg) pp. 225-231; printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. W.R. 8139.

Beethoven, L. van. Pastoral Symphony [No. 6]. Arranged by Hummel. Handwritten pp. 281-288; printed pp. 1-8.

Beethoven, L. van. 7th Symphony [in A]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 343-351; printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 6069.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony No. 8 [in F]. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 409-413; printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1141.

Beethoven, L. van. Septet [in E-flat]. Arranged by Hummel. Handwritten pp. 462-467; printed pp. 1-6.

Beethoven, L. van. Overture in C major from Namensfeier, op. 115. Handwritten pp. 512-515; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 5350.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 1” [in C], op. 34. Handwritten pp. 527-530; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 2,” op. 10 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 565-568; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 3,” op. 58 [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 585-588; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W.A. “Jupiter Grand Symphony No. 4,” op. 38 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 608-612; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 5,” op. 22 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 634-636; printed pp. 1-3.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 6,” [in g]. Handwritten pp. 656-661; printed pp. 1-6.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 7,” op. 87 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 676-680; printed pp. 1-5.

Mozart, W. A. “Symphony No. 8,” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 697-700; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 9,” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 717-720; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 10,” [in C], op. 57. Handwritten pp. 737-740; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 11,” op. 25 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 757-760; printed pp. 1-4.

Mozart, W. A. “Grand Symphony No. 12,” [in A]. Handwritten pp. 781-783; printed pp. 1-3.

Romberg, A. “Grand Sinfonia No. 1,” op. 22 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 798-801; printed pp. 1-4.

Romberg, A. “Grand Sinfonia No. 2,” op. 6 [in E-flat]. [Handwritten note on 1st page of music indicates “detestable & abominable music”] Handwritten pp. 820-822; printed pp. 1-3.

Romberg, A. “Overture,” op. 60 [in D]. Handwritten pp. 838-840; printed pp. 1-3.

Romberg, A. “Sinfonie Alla Turce,” op. 51 [in C]. Handwritten pp. 850-853; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 1” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 874-877; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 2” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 890-893; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 3” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 909-912; printed pp. 1-4.

Pleyel. “Symphony No. 4” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 928-930; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia I” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 944-947; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia II” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 962-964; printed pp. 1-4. [pl. no. 1519].

Haydn. “Sinfonia III” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 976-978; printed pp. 1-4. [pl. no. 1520].

Haydn. “Sinfonia IV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1004-1006; printed pp. 1-4. [pl. no. 1521].

Haydn. “Sinfonia V” Handwritten pp. 1021-1022; printed pp. 1-3.

Haydn. “Sinfonia VI” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1033-1034; printed pp. 1-3. [pl. no. 2277].

Haydn. “Sinfonia VII” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1051-1053; printed pp. 2-4. [pl. no. 1524]. Haydn. “Sinfonia VIII” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1071-1073; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia IX” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1094-1095 [pg. 1094 appears on 3 pages]; printed pp. 1-4. [pl. no. 1526].

Haydn. “Sinfonia X” [in E-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1116-1119; printed pp. 1-4. [pl. no. 1527].

Haydn. “Sinfonia XI” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1136-1139; printed pp. 1-4. [pl. no. 1528].

Haydn. ”Sinfonia XII” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 1159-1162; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIII” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 1179-1180; printed pp. 1-2.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1190-1192; printed pp. 1-3.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XV” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1205-1206; printed pp. 1-2.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVI, “La Reine De France” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1214-1216; printed pp. 1-3.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVII, “Festino” [in D]. Handwritten pp. 1230-1233; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XVIII, Jupiter” [in C]. Handwritten pp. 1247-1250; printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XIX” [in B-flat]. Handwritten pp. 1268-1269; printed pp. 1-2.

Haydn. “Sinfonia XX” [in G]. Handwritten pp. 1280-1283. printed pp. 1-4.

Haydn. “O What Varied Forms of Beauty”, “Come Gentle Spring,” and “With Joy Th’Impatient Husband Man” from Seasons, book 1, “Spring.” Arranged by George F. Harris. Handwritten pp. 1312-1314; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 586.

Haydn. “When Morning Clad in Mantle Grey,” “Here Amid These Calm Recesses,” “The Storm Is Past, The Winds Retire” and “Not Night Resumes Her Sable Reign” from Seasons, book 2, “Summer.” Arranged by George F. Harris. Handwritten pp. 1338-1340; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 586.

Haydn. Symphony [in D], “Duet by D. Bruguier.” Handwritten pp. 1364-1366; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. L2465.

Haydn. Symphony [in B-flat]. Handwritten p. 1388. pl. no. 1980.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 1 - “I Know That My Redeemer Liveth,” No. 2 - “Rejoice Greatly, Oh Daughter Of Zion,” No. 3 – “Buth Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul In Hell” from Messiah; No. 4 - “Oh! Had I Jubal’s Lyre” from Joshua; No. 5 – “Holy, Holy, Lord, God Almighty” from Redemption; No. 6 – “Let the Bright Seraphim” from Samson. Arranged by W. H. Calcott (book 1). Handwritten pp. 1400-1402; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 442.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 7 – “Angels Ever Bright and Fair” from Theodora; No. 8 – “Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage” from Messiah; No. 9 – “Lord Remember David” from Redemption; No. 10 – “O! Thou That Tellest Good Tidings To Zion,” No. 11 - “He Shall Feed His Flock” from Messiah; No. 12 – “Arm, Arm Ye Brave” from Judas Maccabeus. Arranged by W. H. Calcott (book 2). Handwritten pp. 1429-1431; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 442_2.

Handel. Selected Airs. No. 13 – “What Tho’ I Trace Each Herb and Flower” from Solomon; No. 14 – “O Magnify the Lord” from Chandos Anthems; No. 15 – “Lord, To Thee Each Night and Day” from Theodora; No. 16 – “From Mighty Kings He Took The Spoil” from Judas Maccabeus; No. 17 – “How Beautiful Are the Feet” from Messiah; No. 18 – “Honour and Arms” from Samson. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 3). Handwritten pp. 1455-1457; printed pp. 9-11. pl. no. 442_3.

Handel. “Dead March” from Saul. Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten p. 1481. pl. no. 623.

Mozart. No. 1 - “Benedictus Qui Venit” from Requiem; No. 2 – “Agnus Dei” from First Mass. Handwritten pp. 1489-1490; printed pp. 1-2. pl. no. 24_173.

Haydn. No. 3 – “With Verdure Clad” from Creation. Handwritten p. 1491; printed p. 3. pl. no. 24_173.

Marcello. No. 4 – “Qual Anelante” from Salmo XLII. Handwritten p. 1511; printed p. 5. pl. no. 24_173.

Handel. No. 5 – “Comfort Ye My People” and “Every Valley Shall Be Exalted” from Messiah. Handwritten pp. 1512; printed p. 6. pl. no. 24_173.

Pergolesi. No. 6 – “Gloria In Excelsis” from Mass. Handwritten p. 1513; printed p. 7. pl. no. 24_173.

Naumann. No. 7 – “Agnus Dei” from Mass. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten pp. 1533-1534. printed pp. 1-2. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Crotch, Dr. No. 8 – “Such the Faint Echo” from Palestine. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1533-1534. printed p. 1-2. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Hummel. No. 9 – “Alma Virgo” from Offertorium No. 1. Arranged by W. H. Callcott (Third Collection of Sacred Airs). Handwritten p. 1535-1536; printed pp. 3-4. pl. no. 434 & 435.

Rossini, G. No. 1 - “O Mio Padre” or “Fac Ut Portem,” No. 2 – “Sol Di Pianti” or “Cujus Animam,” No. 3 – “Ma Giustizia” or “Quando Corpus,” No. 4 – “Gia Il Momento” or “Pro Peccatis” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 1). Handwritten pp. 1558-1561; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 538.

Rossini, G. No. 5 – “AhI! Sventura” or “Eia Mater,” No. 6 – “Per Quel Di Non Fe’ Parole” or “Sancta Mater,” No. 7 – “Di Che Pianger” or “Quis Est Homo,” No. 8 – Entro Il Carcer” or “Stabat Mater” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italioan version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 2). Handwritten pp. 1582-1585; printed pp. 5-8. pl. no. 538_2.

Rossini, G. No. 9 – “Sovra Gli Empii” or “Inflammatus et Accensus,” No. 10 – “Ah! Si, Il Cielo” or “Amen In Sempiterna” from Stabat Mater or Il Conte Ugolino (Italian version by M. Maggioni). Arranged by W. H. Callcott (book 3). Handwritten pp. 1606-1609; printed pp. 9-11. pl. no. 538_3.

Schubert. No. 1 – “The Serenade,” No. 2 – “The Erl King” from Melodies (book 1). Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1632-1634; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 511.

Schubert. No. 3 – “Ellen’s Hymn (Ave Maria), No. 4 – “The Post Horn” from Melodies (book 2). Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1656-1658; printed pp. 5-7. pl. no. 511_2.

Beethoven, L van. “Kyrie Eleison,” “Gloria In Excelsis Deo,” “Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi,” and “Quoniam Tu Solus Sanctus,” from First Mass. Arranged by W. Watts. Handwritten pp. 1676-1679; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 505.

Rossini, G. Overture from L’Italiana in Algieri. Handwritten 1700-1702; printed pp. 1-3.

Rossini, G. Overture from Il Barbiere Di Seviglia. Handwritten pp. 1714-1716; printed pp. 1-3.

Rossini, G. Overture from Semiramide. Handwritten pp. 1744-1747; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 4302.

Auber, D.F.E. Overture from Fra Diavolo. Handwritten pp. 1777-1779; printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 3780.

Paer, F. Overture from Sargino. Handwritten pp. 1789-1790; printed pp. 1-2.

Paer, F. Overture from Pirro. Handwritten pp. 1797-1798; printed pp. 2-3.

Winter, P. Overture from Labyrinth. Handwritten pp. 1805-1806; printed pp. 1-2.

Herold, F. Overture from Les Rosieres. Handwritten pp. 1813-1814; printed pp. 1-2.

Albert, Prince Consort. No. 1 - “Gruss An Den Bruder” or “Does My Brother Think Of Me,” “Wachst Liebchen Du” (Ständchen) or “Wakest Thou Love,” No. 2 – “Gruss Ausder Ferne” or “A Lay of Greeting From Afar,” “Abendruhe” or “While Day’s Last Smile Was Shining,” No. 3 – “Sehnsucht Nach Dem Tode” or “The Freed Spirit,” No. 4 – “Schmerz Der Liebe” or “The Bondage Of Love.” From Prince Albert’s Airs. Arranged by W. H. Callcott. Handwritten pp. 1824-1827; printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 352 & 362.

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HMP-33. Folio-sized volume, Half-bound (black leather) volume with green boards. “Beethoven, Vol. 1” stamped in gold on the spine. Volume contains arrangements of Beethoven’s orchestral works for two pianos. On the fly leaf is an index of titles and page numbers ordered as they appear in the volume.

Beethoven, L. van. Symphony No. 1 [in C, op. 21]. from Overtures and Symphonies Arranged as Duets for Two Performers on the Pianoforte, No. 57. (London: Zenas T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp.1-38; printed pp. 2-39.

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Symphony in D [no. 2, op. 36]. Arranged for Two Performers on the Pianoforte by W. Watts. Dedicated to C. Neate.(London: S. Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 40-94; printed pp. 2-53. pl. no. 451.

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Symphony, “The Eroica” [No. 3, in E-flat, op. 55]. Arranged for Two Performers on the Pianoforte with flute, violin & violoncello accompaniments ad. lib. by W. Watts. (London: Chappell’s, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 96-166; printed pp. 2-71. pl. no. 5471.

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Symphony in B-flat, [No. 4, op. 60]. Arranged for Two Performers on the Pianoforte by W. Watts. Dedicated to Mr. Ries. (London: S. Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 108-221; printed pp. 2-51. pl. no. 8139.

Beethoven, L. van. 5th Grand Symphony in C Minor, Op. 67. Arranged as a Pianoforte Duet with Flute, Violin, and Violoncello Accompt. ad. lib. by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 223-275; printed pp. 2-53. pl. no. W. R. 8139.

Beethoven, L. van. Sixth Grand Symphony, “The Pastoral,” in F, op. 68. Arranged as a Pianoforte Duet by Ch. Czerny. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 277-337; printed pp. 2-59. pl. no. 5037.

Beethoven, L. van. 7th Grand Symphony in A, op. 92. Arranged as a Pianoforte Duet with Flute, Violin, and Violoncello Accompt. ad. lib. by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 339-405; printed pp. 2-65. pl. no. 6069.

Beethoven, L. van. 8th Symphony in F [op. 93]. Arranged for Two Performers on the Pianoforte. Dedicated to C. Potter by W. Watts. (London: S. Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 407-456; printed pp. 2-51. pl. no. 1141.

Beethoven, L. van. Grand Septuor. Arranged as a Duet for Two Performers on one Pianoforte by Hutlior. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 458-506; printed pp. 2-47. pl. no. WR 8002.

Beethoven, L. van. Overture in C, op. 115. Arranged as a Pianoforte Duet with Flute, Violin & Violoncello Accompt. ad. lib. by W. Watts. (London: Chappell, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 508-524; printed pp. 2-15. pl. no. 5350.

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HMP-34. Folio-sized, half-bound (black leather) volume with green boards. “Mozart, Vol. 2” stamped in gold on the spine. Volume contains arrangements of orchestral works for two pianos by Mozart, Romberg and Pleyel. On the fly leaf is an index of titles and page numbers ordered as they appear in the volume.

Mozart, W. A. First Symphony in C. Arranged for Two Performers on the Pianoforte by G. E. Griffin. Dedicated to Mrs. Heath and Mrs. Harriet Heathe. (London: T. E. Purday, n.d.) Handwritten pp. 525-561; printed pp. 2-37. pl. no. 2830.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 2 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 563-581; printed pp. 1-17.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 3 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 583-605; printed pp. 1-21.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 4, “Jupiter” from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 607-631; printed pp. 1-25.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 5 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 633-653; printed pp. 1-21.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 6 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 655-673; printed pp. 1-19.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 7 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 675-693; printed pp. 1-19.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 8 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Hodsoll, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 695-713; printed pp. 1-17.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 9 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Hodsoll, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 715-733; printed pp. 1-17.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 10 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Hodsoll, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 735-753; printed pp. 1-19.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No. 11 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Hodsoll, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 755-777; printed pp. 1-21.

Mozart, W. A. Grand Symphony No.12 from Mozart’s Celebrated Twelve Grand Symphonies. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 779-795; printed pp. 1-15.

Romberg, A. Grand Symfonia No. 1. op. 22. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. Dedicated to Mrs. T. K. Crow. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 797-818; printed pp. 1-22.

Romberg, A. Grand Symfonia No. 2. op. 6. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. Dedicated to Mrs. T. K. Crow. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 819-835; printed pp. 1-17.

Romberg, A. Overture in D, op. 22. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 837-847; printed pp. 1-11.

Romberg, A. Symphony No. 3, “Turkish,” op. 51. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for a Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z. T. Purday, n.d.). Handwritten pp. 849-871; printed pp. 1-23.

Pleyel, Symphony No. 1. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib. by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z.T. Purday, n.d.) Handwritten pp. 873-887. printed pp. 1-15.

Pleyel, Symphony No. 2. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib. by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z.T. Purday, n.d.) Handwritten pp. 889-905. printed pp. 1-17.

Pleyel, Symphony No. 3. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib. by S. F. Rimbault. (London: Z.T. Purday, n.d.) Handwritten pp. 907-922. printed pp. 1-15.

Pleyel, Symphony No. 4. Arranged for the Pianoforte with Accompaniments for Flute, Violin & Violoncello ad. lib. by S. F. Rimbault. (London: W. Hodsoll, n.d.) Handwritten pp. 924-942. printed pp. 1-19.

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HMP-35. Folio-sized, half-bound (green leather) volume with green boards. “Musical Library; Vol. 1-2, Instrumental” stamped in gold on the spine. On the fly leaf is an index of composers, titles and page numbers ordered as they appear in the volume. A title page at the front of the volume provides publication information: (London: Charles Knight & Co., 1843).

Mozart, W. A. Overture from La Clemenza di Tito. Arranged for Pianoforte. [The Musical Library, No. 17, B]. Printed pp. 1-5.

Kalkbrenner, Frederick. Notturno for Pianoforte, Flute, or for three Hands on one Pianoforte, Op. 129. [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 6-9.

Haydn. Largo, “Slow Movement” from Symphony in A [note below title indicates “No. 16 of Cianchettini’s Edition in Score”]. Printed pp. 10-11.

Handel. Overture from The Occasional Oratorio. Printed pp. 12-16.

Sieber, G. J. Rondoletto based on Rossini’s Air, Largo al factotum. [The Musical Library, F]. Printed pp. 17-20.

Paradies, D. Andante. [note below title indicates “This may be used as an Introductory Movement to the following Air]. [The Musical Library, G]. Printed p. 21.

Dussek. Air: ‘Chantons l’Hymen’ with Variations. Printed pp. 22-25.

Beethoven, L. van. A Selection from Grand Septet. Arranged for the Pianoforte and Flute. [The Musical Library, H]. Printed pp. 25-33.

Méhul, E. Overture from Joseph. Printed [The Musical Library, I]. Printed pp. 34-37.

Corelli, A. Pastorale from Concerto No. 8. [The Musical Library, J]. Printed pp. 38-40.

Hummel, J. N. Romance, op. 108. Arranged for Pianoforte and Flute. [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 41-43.

Beethoven, L. van. Air and Variations from Quartet No. 5, op. 18. Arranged for Pianoforte. Printed pp. 44-45.

Beethoven, L. van. Minuetto from Sonata No. 3, op. 10. [The Musical Library, L]. Printed pp. 46-47.

Rossini, G. March from Semiramide. [The Musical Library, L]. Printed pp. 48-49.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Le Nozze di Figaro. Arranged for Pianoforte. [The Musical Library, L2]. Printed pp. 50-56.

Steibelt. A Selection from Fantasie, No. 1. [The Musical Library, M]. Printed pp. 57-60.

Kulau, F. Rondon, op. 88. [The Musical Library, N]. Printed pp. 61-63.

Mozart, W. A. March with Four Variations from Die Zauberflöte. Arranged for Pianoforte by P. C. Hoffmann. Printed pp. 64-67.

Haydn. A Representation of Chaos from Creation. Arranged for Pianoforte duet. [The Musical Library, O]. Printed pp. 68-71.

Cramer, J. B. Sketch À La Haydn. Printed pp. 72-73.

Jomelli, N. Chaconne. Printed pp. 74-76.

Handel. Funeral March from Saul and Samson. Arranged for Pianoforte. [The Musical Library, P]. Printed p. 77.

Handel. Overture from Samson. Arranged for Pianoforte. Printed pp. 78-81.

Bellino. “La Tremenda Ultrice” from I Montechi E Capuleti. Arranged with Introduction and variations by W. Plachy, op. 60. [The Musical Library, Q]. Printed pp. 82-85.

Handel. The Fourth, Sixth and Seventh Plague of Egypt from Israel in Egypt. [The Musical Library, Q2]. Printed pp. 86-92.

Haydn. Morning from Creation. [The Musical Library, R]. Printed p. 93.

Giornovichi, G. M. Adagio and Andante from Concerto. [The Musical Library, R2]. Printed pp.94-97.

Haydn. Minuet and Trio from Symphony No. 11. Printed pp. 97-99.

Handel. Pastoral Symphony from The Messiah (with Mozart’s Accompaniments; arranged for Pianoforte duet). Printed pp. 100-101.

Beethoven, L. van. Overture from The Men of Prometheus. [The Musical Library, S2]. Printed pp. 102-107.
Beethoven, L. van. March from The Men of Prometheus. Printed pp. 108-109.

Beethoven, L. van. Introduction and Air from The Men of Prometheus. [The Musical Library, T]. Printed pp. 109-112.

Handel. The March to Battle from Joshua. [The Musical Library, U]. Printed p. 113.

Grétry, A. E. M. Theme from Les Mariages Samnites with Variations by W. A. Mozart. [The Musical Library, U2]. Printed pp. 114-117.

Hünten. Rondoletto. Printed pp. 118-120.

Handel. Selections from Water Music. [The Musical Library, X]. Printed pp. 121-123.

Mozart, W. A. Minuet and Trio from Trio, op. 14. Arranged for Pianoforte and Flute. Printed pp. 124-128.

Onslow. “Charmante Gabrielle” with Introduction and Variations. [The Musical Library, Y]. Printed pp. 129-132.

Clementi, M. Introduction and Rondo, op. 33 & op. 25. Printed pp. 133-136.

Haydn. Andante from Symphony No. 3. [The Musical Library, Z]. Printed pp. 137-139.

Himmel. March. Printed p. 140.

Dussek. Minuet and Trio, op. 70. Printed pp. 142-144.

Beethoven, L. van. Air with Variations. [The Musical Library, 2A]. Printed pp. 145-148.

Weber, C. M. von. Introduction and Rondo, op. 65. [The Musical Library, 2B]. Printed pp. 149-152.

Mozart. Overture from Don Giovanni. [The Musical Library, 2C]. Printed pp. 153-158.

Handel. “Surely he hath borne our grief,” “And with his stripes,” and “All we like sheep” from The Messiah. [The Musical Library, 2C2]. Printed pp. 159-163.

Haydn. Introduction to Autumn from Seasons. Printed p. 164.

Pleyel. Air with Variations. [The Musical Library, 2D]. Printed pp. 165-169.

Hummel. Marche À La Romaine. Printed pp. 170-172.

A title page inserted indicates “The Musical Library, Vol. II” and provides publication information: (London: Charles Knight & Co., 1843).

Handel. Overture from Esther. [The Musical Library, B]. Printed pp. 1-5.

Haydn. Andante and Variations from Symphony in D. [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 6-9.

Clementi. Sonata, op. 11. [The Musical Library, C2-D]. Printed pp. 10-17.

Ries, Ferdinand. March. Printed pp. 18-20.

Mozart. Air with Variations. [The Musical Library, E]. Printed pp. 21-25.

San Martini. Allegro and Andante from the 9th Trio, op. 3 or Concerto IV. Printed pp. 26-30.

Lindpainter. Romance and Rondo. [The Musical Library, F2]Printed pp. 31-33.

Woelfl. Adagio from Sonata, op. 25. Printed pp. 34-36.

Haydn. Seventh Quartet from The Last Words from the Cross. [The Musical Library, G-G2]. Printed pp. 37-39.

Handel. “Worthy is the Lamb” and “Amen” from The Messiah. Printed pp. 40-43.

Mendelssohn, F. Canzonetta a Quatre Mains. [The Musical Library, H]. Printed pp. 44-47.

Beethoven. Rondo. Printed pp. 48-52.

Dussek. “L’Amour est un Enfant Trompeur” with Variations. [The Musical Library, I-I2]. Printed pp. 53-55.

Handel. Overture from Acis and Galatea. Printed pp. 56-59.

Beethoven. Selection from the Allegretto from Symphony No. 7. [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 60-61.

Rossini, G. March from Tancredi. Printed p. 62.

Mozart, W. A. Theme with Variations and Rondo fro Pianoforte and Violin, op. 2. [The Musical Library, K2]. Printed pp. 63-68.

Mozart, W. A. Rondo. [The Musical Library, L-M]. Printed pp. 69-74.

Haydn. Pastorale from Sonata No. 1, op. 41. [The Musical Library, M2]. Printed pp. 75-77.

Schubert. Sonata, op. 10. Printed pp. 78-81.

Corelli. Sonata IX. Printed pp. 82-85.

Beethoven, L. van. Largo from Sonata No. 3, op. 2. Printed pp. 86-88.

Couperin. Slow March. [The Musical Library, O]. Printed p. 89.

Steibelt. Selection from the 19th Pot-Pourri. [The Musical Library, O2]. Printed pp. 90-93.

Rossini, G. Overture from Demetrio E Polibio. [The Musical Library, P-P2]. Printed pp. 94-99.

Clementi. Introduction and Rondo, op. 5. Printed pp. 100-104.

Krumpholz, J. B. Romanza. [The Musical Library, Q-Q2]. Printed pp. 105-107.

Ruppe, C. F. Rondo, Oeuvre XXVI. Printed pp. 108-111.

Schroeter, J. S. Rondo, op. 5. [The Musical Library, R-R2]. Printed pp. 112-115.

Beethoven, L. van. Overture from Fidelio. [The Musical Library, S]. Printed pp. 116-123.

Beethoven, L. van. March from Fidelio. [The Musical Library, T]. Printed p. 124.

Himmel. Divertissement, op. 30. [The Musical Library, T-T2]. Printed pp. 125-129.

Haydn. Adagio from Symphony in G.[note indicates “Performed at Oxford when the University Conferred on the Composer a Doctor’s Degree]. [The Musical Library, U]. Printed pp. 130-133.

The Marquis of Granby’s March. Arranged for Flute (ad. lib) and Pianoforte. Printed p. 134.

Handel. Introduction and Andante from Concerto No. 11. [The Musical Library, U2]. Printed pp. 135-139.

Donizetti. “Non v’ha sguardo” from Anna Bolena with Three Variations by Plachy, op. 61. [The Musical Library, X]. Printed pp. 140-144.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Cosi Fan Tutte. [The Musical Library, T]. Printed pp. 145-149.

Marin, V. de. Slow Movement. Printed pp. 150-152.

Moscheles. Divertissement, op. 28 (revised and enlarged, by the composer, for this work). [The Musical Library, Z-Z2]. Printed pp. 153-155.

Kulau. Brilliant Rondo (on an air in Herold’s opera, Marie; note indicates: “the introduction and tatter part of the Rondo, are here abridged”). [The Musical Library, 2]. Printed pp. 156-161.

Bach, J. S. Introduction and Fugue. Printed pp. 162-164.

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HMP-36. Folio-sized, half-bound (green leather) volume with green boards. “Musical Library; Vol. 1-2, Vocal” stamped in gold on the spine. An index of composers, titles and page numbers appears at the front of the volume, ordered alphabetically by last name of composer.

Dowland, J. “Awake, Sweet Love!” (Madrigal, 1597). [The Musical Library, B-B2]. Printed pp. 1-3.

[Haydn]. “Fogive Me” (note indicates “composed to German words by Haydn and never before published in England; English words by P. L. Courtier). Printed pp. 4-5.

Pacini. “Beneath the Ocean’s swelling wave” from Niobe (note indicates “The words from the New York Mirror”). Printed pp. 6-7.

Righini, V. “Come Opprima” from Enea Nel Lazio. [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 8-10.

Mendelssohn, F. “The Kiss, Dear Maid! Thy Lip Has Left.” Words by Lord Byron. [The Musical Library, C2]. Printed p. 11.

Callcott, J. W. “Forgive, Blest Shade!” (note indicates: An Epitaph in a church-yard in the Isle of Wight). Printed pp. 12-13.

Storace, S. “Toll, toll the Knell” from Mahmoud. Words by Prince Hoare, Esq. Printed pp. 14-16.

Purcell, H. “Two Daughters of this aged Stream are we” from The Masque of King Arthur. [The Musical Library, D]. Printed pp. 17-19.

Löwe, C. “How deep the Slumber of the Floods!” (note indicates: “originally set to German words – of which the present are an imitation). Printed p. 20.

Mozart, W. A. “Good Morrow.” Words by Thomas Heywood (1638). [The Musical Library, E]. Printed p. 21.

Löwe, C. “Jephtha’s Daughter.” Poetry by Lord Byron. Printed pp. 22-24.

Haydn. “Recollection” a Canzonet. [Musical Library, F-F2]. Printed pp. 25-27.

Palestrina. “When flow’ry Meadows deck the Year.” (1590). Printed pp. 28-31.

Paxton, S. “O! Sing unto my roundelay.” Words by Chatterton. Printed p. 32.

Jackson. “Love in thine eyes for ever plays” (duet). [The Musical Library, G-G2]. Printed pp. 33-35.

“To a Nightingale at Mid-day” English words by Barry Cornwall; originally set to German words by The Chevalier Neükomm. Printed pp. 36-37.

Cooke (Dr.). “Hark! The Lark at Heav’n’s gate sings.” Printed pp. 38-40.

Haydn. “The Mermaid’s Song.” [The Musical Library, H]. Printed pp. 41-43.

Rossini, G. “Deh calma, O Ciel!” from Otello. Printed pp. 44-45.

Hayes, W. “Winde, gentle evergreen” (a round). Printed p. 45.

Purcell, H. “Mad Tom” (a Cantata). Printed p. 46-48.

Gail, Madame. “Ni jamais, ni toujours.” [The Musical Library, I]. Printed pp. 48-49.

Wilbye, J. “As fair as Morn, and fresh as May” (1598). Printed pp. 50-52.

Brobisch, C. L. “The Hermitage” (note indicates: “words imitated from the German”). [The Musical Library, K]. Printed p. 53.

Weber, C. M. von. “Romance” from Euryanthe. Printed pp. 54-55.

Callcott, J. W. “The May-Fly.” Printed pp. 56-60.

Asioli, B. “Ah! non lasciarmi nò” (an arietta). [The Musical Library, L]. Printed p. 61.

Beethoven, L. van. “My Wife’s a sinsome wee thing” (a conzonet). [The Musical Library, L2]. Printed pp. 62-63.

Haydn. “My mother bids me bind my hair” (a canzonet). Printed pp. 64-65.

Earl of Mornington. “Here in cool Grot” (Prize Glee, 1779). Printed pp. 66-68.

Jackson, of Exeter. “Time has not thinn’d my flowing hair” (duet). [The Musical Library, M-M2]. Printed pp. 69-71.

Haydn. “With verdure clad” from Creation. Printed pp. 72-75.

Webbe, Samuel. “The Mansion of Peace” Printed pp. 75-76.

Reissiger. “Adieu, ye streams!” [The Musical Library, N]. Printed p. 77.

Lock, Matthew. “Ne’er trouble thyself with the times” [The Musical Library, N2]. Printed pp. 78-79.

Linley, T. “The Woodman” Printed pp. 80-81.

Haydn. “Pleasing Pain” (a Canzonet). Printed pp. 82-84.

Storace, Stephen. “Five times by the Taper’s light” from The Iron Chest. [The Musical Library, O]. Printed pp. 85-87.

Linwood, Mary. “Pretty Fairy” (a canzonet). Printed pp. 88-90.

Rossini, G. “Giusto Ciel in tal periglio” from L’Assedio Di Corinto. Printed pp. 91-92.

Harrington, H. “How great is the pleasure” (a round). Printed p. 92.

Dowland, J. “Now, O now, I needs must part” (a madrigal). [The Musical Library, P-P2]. Printed pp. 93-95.

Cherubini. “Sweet are the banks when spring perfumes” from Les deux Journées. Printed pp. 96-97.

Anon. “Call Philip Flat-Nose” (a round). (1834). Printed p. 97.

Paisiello. “La Rachelina” from La Molinara. Printed pp. 98-100.

Haydn. “Despair” (a canzonet). [The Musical Library, Q]. Printed p. 101-103.

Blow. “The Self-banished” Words by Waller. (1700). Printed p. 104.

Neukomm. “To my Boat” (a canzonet). [The Musical Library, R-R2]. Printed pp. 105-107.

Nares. “Fear no more the heat of the sun” (a glee). Printed pp. 108-111.

Reissiger. “Cara Lisa” (a canzonetta). Printed p. 112.

Pollini. F. “Bella Ciprignia” (an arietta). [The Musical Library, S]. Printed p. 113.

Purcell. “Mad Bess” (a cantata). [The Musical Library, S2]. Printed pp. 114-117.

Gibbons, Orlando. “The Silver Swan” (a madrigal). Printed pp. 118-119.

Camera, Gago Da. “Portuguese Modhina.” Printed p. 120.

Anon. “Charmante Gabrielle” (an air). Words attributed to Henry IV. [The Musical Library, T]. Printed p. 121.

Haydn. “Fidelity” (a canzonet). [The Musical Library, T2]. Printed pp. 122-125.

Hayden, G. “As I saw fair Clora walk alone” (a duet). Printed pp. 126-128.

Atterbury. “Sweet Enslaver” (a round). Printed p. 128.

Calcott. “The Fairies” (a glee). [The Musical Library, U-U2]. Printed pp. 129-131.

Haydn. “The Husbandman” from Seasons. Printed pp. 132-135.

Beethoven, L. van. “May Song” Words translated from Goethe by John Oxenford. [The Musical Library, X. Printed pp. 136-137.

Corfe, Joseph. “Tweed-Side” (a glee). Printed pp. 138-140.

Boieldieu. “When the moonlight streaming” (a duet) based on “Le Clair De La Lune.” [The Musical Library, Y-Y2]. Printed pp. 141-143.

Arne. “A Pastoral Ballad.” Printed pp. 144-145.

Beethoven, L. van. “Per pieta non dirmi addio” (an aria). Printed pp. 146-148.

Haydn. “Sympathy” (a canzonet). [The Musical Library, Z]. Printed pp. 149-151.

Himmel. “Ada to Alexis, with a Rose” Printed pp. 152-153.

Spofforth. “Health to my dear!” (a glee). Words by Mrs. Barbauld. Printed pp. 154-156.

“Could a man be secure” (a duet). [The Musical Library 2A]. Printed pp. 157-159.

Gluck. “Non vi turbate, no” (an aria). Printed pp. 160-161.

Gastoldi, G. G. “Out upon it, I have loved Three whold days” (a madrigal). Words by Sir John Suckling. (1581). Printed pp. 162-163.

“As fades the morn” (a modinha). Printed p. 164.

Haydn. “The Wanderer” (a canzonet). [The Musical Library, 2B]. Printed pp. 165-167.

Baildon. “Adieu to the Village delights” (a glee). [The Musical Library, 2C]. Printed pp. 168-169.

Piantanida. “Son Gelsomino” (a bolero). Printed pp. 170-172.

A title page inserted indicates “The Musical Library, Vol. II, Vocal” and provides publication information: (London: Charles Knight & Co., 1843).

Haydn. “Winter” from Seasons. [The Musical Library, B]. Printed p. 1.

Spohr. “What makes this poor Bosom?” Printed pp. 2-3.

Travers. “Soft Cupid, wanton, am’rous Boy” (a canzonet). Printed pp. 4-8.

Mäyer, S. “Parto! Ti lascio, addio!” (Scena, E Duetto). [The Musical Library, C-C2]. Printed pp. 9-13.

Carey, H. “Sally in our Alley” (ballad). Printed pp. 14-16.

Berg. “Lightly tread, ‘tis hallowed ground” (glee). [The Musical Library, D]. Printed p. 17.

Haydn. “Piercing Eyes” (canzonet). Printed pp. 18-19.

Beethoven, L. van.. “Or, the Savoyard-Boy’s Song” from La Marmotte. Printed p. 20.

Rossini, G. “Nizza, je puis sans peine” (canzonetta). [The Musical Library, E-E2]. Printed pp. 21-23.

Earl of Mornington. “Return, return, my lovely Maid” (madrigal). Printed pp. 24-27.

Giordani. “O, gentle Maid” [The Musical Library, F]. Printed pp. 28-29.

Handel. “Where-e’er you walk” from Semele. [The Musical Library, F2]. Printed pp. 30-31.

Horsley, W. “The Sun shines fair on Carlisle wall” (glee). Poetry from The Lay of the Last Minstrel. Printed pp. 32-36.

Hummel. “L’ombrosa notte, vien!” (Romanza) from Matilde Von Guise. [The Musical Library, G]. Printed p. 37.

Haydn. “She never told her Love” (canzonet). Printed pp. 38-39.

Webbe. “You gave me your Heart” (glee). Printed pp. 40-41.

Arne and W. Linley. “Blow, blow, thou winter wind” (air). Printed pp. 42-44.

Miss Home (Mrs. John Hunter). “The Death Song of the Cherokee Indian” [The Musical Library, H]. Printed p. 45.

Spohr. “Still confiding” (“Folg’ dem Freunde”) from Faust. Printed pp. 46-49.

Storace. “Down by the River” from The Iron Chest. Printed pp. 50-51.

Handel. “Rendi ‘l sereno al ciglio” from Sosarme. Printed p. 52.

Beethoven, L. van. “Young spring gods are round us flying” Words by Goethe; translated by J. Oxenford. [The Musical Library, I]. Printed pp. 53-55.

Carter. “O Nanny, wilt thou gang with me?” Printed pp. 56-57.

Weber, C. M. “Hail! All Hail! Thou merry month of May” (May-song, for two voices). Printed pp. 57-58.

Handel. “Love in her eyes sits playing” from Acis and Galatea. [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 60-61.

Handel. “The flocks shall leave the mountains” (trio). [The Musical Library, K2]. Printed pp. 62-65.

Handel. “Heart, the seat of soft delight” (air). Printed pp. 66-68.

Morley. “Now is the month of Maying” (madrigal), 1595. [The Musical Library, L]. Printed p. 69.

Winter. “Lieti fiori, ombrose piante” from Il Ratto Di Proserpina. Printed pp. 70-72.

Attwood. “Go, Lovely Rose!” (canzonet). [The Musical Library, M-M2]. Printed pp. 73-75.

Callcott. “Harold the Valiant” (glee). Printed pp. 76-79.

Asioli, Bonifazio. “Se resto sul lido” (arietta). Printed p. 80.

Haydn. “Il pensier stà negli oggetti” (cavatina) from Orfeo e Euridice. [The Musical Library, N-N2]. Printed pp. 81-83.

Salomon, J. P. “Say not that minutes swiftly move” (canzonet). Printed pp. 84-85.

Leveridge. “Black-eyed Susan” (ballad). Printed pp. 86-88.

Eberwein. “Ich Liebte dich.” Adapted to Lord Byron’s stanzas. [The Musical Library, O]. Printed p. 89.

Wilbye, J. “Flora gave me fairest Flowers” (madrigal), 1609. [The Musical Library, O2]. Printed pp. 90-93.

Handel. “Verdi prati” from Alcina. Printed pp. 94-95.

Nares. “Why should mortals sigh for Gold?” (duet). [The Musical Library, P-P2]. Printed pp. 96-99.

Shield. “The Streamlet” from The Woodman. Printed p. 100-101.

Bellini, G. “The Parting” from La Straniera. Words by F. Townsend. Printed pp. 102-104.

Danby. “The fairest Flowers the Vale prefer” (glee). [The Musical Library, Q-Q2]. Printed pp. 105-107.

Beethoven, L. van. “How strange does all appear!” (quartet) from Fidelio. Printed pp. 108-112.

Beethoven, L. van. “Joy has fled, and all is cheerless” from Fidelio. [The Musical Library, R] Printed pp. 112-113.

Beethoven, L. van. “Oh more, far more than mortal pleasure” from Fidelio. [The Musical Library, R2]. Printed pp. 114-119.

Jackson (of Exeter). “Go, gentle Gales” (glee). [The Musical Library, S]. Printed pp. 120-123.

Gretry. “La danse n’est pas ce que j’aime” from Richard Coeur-De-Lion. Printed p. 124.

Haydn. “Come, gently Spring!” from Seasons. [The Musical Library, T]. Printed pp. 125-131.

Gyrowetz. “When I roved, a young Highlander!” Adapted to words by Lord Byron. [The Musical Library, U]. Printed pp. 132-133.

Horsley, William. “Go, happy Heart” (glee). [The Musical Library, U2]. Printed pp. 134-135.

Boyce. “Tell me, lovely Shepherd” Printed pp. 136-137.

Cimarosa. “Deh! Ti conforta, o cara” from Il Matrimonio Segreto. [The Musical Library, X]. Printed pp. 138-141.

Mehul. “Ah! lorsque la mort” (romance) from Joseph. Printed pp. 142-144.

Haydn. “O Tuneful Voice!” (canzonet). [The Musical Library, Y]. Printed pp. 145-149.

Atterbury. “Tell me, then, the reason why!” (glee). Printed pp. 150-151.

Mercadante. “Soave imagine d’amor!” (cavatina). [The Musical Library, Z]. Printed pp. 152-153.

Travers. “Haste, my Nannette” (for two voices). [The Musical Library, Z2]. Printed pp. 154-159.

Ford. “Since first I saw your fact” (madrigal), 1620. [The Musical Library, 2A]. Printed pp. 160-161.

Graeff. “I told my Nymph, I told her true” (canzonet), op. 13. Printed pp. 162-164.

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HMP-37. Folio-sized, half-bound (green leather) volume with green boards. “Musical Library; Vol. 3-4, Vocal” stamped in gold on the spine. An index of composers, titles and page numbers appears at the front of the volume, ordered alphabetically by last name of composer. General index at end of volume includes alphabetical listing of composers with brief biographical notes, as well as an index of titles and first words organized by genre.

Callcott. “Desolate is the dwelling of Morna” (glee). [The Musical Library, B-B2]. Printed pp. 1-5.

Bellini, G. “Col sorriso d’innocenzo”(cavatina) from Il Pirata. Printed pp. 6-7.

“And are these the Mountains” (Brizilian air). [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 8-9.

Martini, Vincenzo. “Pieta do noi!” from L’Arbore Di Diana. [The Musical Library, C2]. Printed pp. 10-13.

Purcell. “From rosy Bow’rs” (cantata). [The Musical Library, D]. Printed pp. 14-19.

Rousseau, J. J. “Que le jour me dure!” (air, de trios notes). Printed p. 20.

Zelter, C. F. “Infelice in tanti affanni” (aria). [The Musical Library, E-E2]. Printed pp. 21-23.

Jackson (of Exeter). “Ye Woods and ye Mountains” (elegy). Printed pp. 24-27.

Hummel. “Oh! Forbear to bid me slight her” (romance). Printed pp. 28-29.

Linley (senior). “No Flower that blows” from Selima and Azor. [The Musical Library, F-F2]. Printed pp. 29-31.

Handel. “Caro! Bella” (duet) from Giulio Cesare. Printed pp. 32-35.

Wilbye. “Sweet honey-sucking Bees” (madrigal), 1609. [The Musical Library, G-H2]. Printed pp. 36-47.

Reissiger. “The Brook’s Lullaby” (ballad). Lyrics translated from German. [The Musical Library, I]. Printed pp. 48-50.

Horsley, W. “Here, in sweet sleep” (round). Printed p. 51.

Bertoni. “La Verginella come la rosa” Introduced as “Love, soft illusion” from The Castle of Andalusia. [The Musical Library, I2]. Printed pp. 51-53.

Méhul. “Le Doux Mal” (arietta). Printed pp. 54-55.

Arnold. “The Hardy Sailor” from The Castle of Andalusia. [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 56-57.

Arnold. “Idalian Queen” (duet) from The Caslte of Andalusia. Printed pp. 58-60.

Handel. “Alma del gran Pompeo!”(recit.) and “Piangero”(aria) from Giulio Cesare. [The Musical Library, L-L2]. Printed pp. 61-63.

Webbe. “Swiftly from the Mountain’s Brow” (prize glee). [The Musical Library, M]. Printed pp. 64-69.

Arne. “Gentle Youth, ah! tell me why?” from Love in a Village. Printed pp. 70-71.

Attwood. “He is gone on the Mountain” (coronach or dirge) from Lady of the Lake. [The Musical Library, M2]. Printed pp. 71-73.

Fitzherbert, T. “In holiday gown” (glee). [The Musical Library, N]. Printed pp. 74-77.

Ricci, L. “Or son d’Elena invaghito” from Un’ Avventura di Scaramuccia. Printed pp. 78-79.

Rousseau, J.J. “Tendre fruit des pleurs d’Aurore” (duet). Printed p. 80.

Paer. “Dolce dell’ anima” (duet) from Sargino. [The Musical Library, O-O2]. Printed pp. 81-83.

Giardini. “Tis not wealth, it is not birth from Love in a Village. Printed pp. 84-85.

Howard. “O had I been by fate decreed” from Love in a Village. Printed pp. 86-87.

Russian Air. Words by Herrick from Meditation for his Mistress. Printed p. 87.

Weber, C. M. von. “Enjoy thyself howe’er thou art” (Ermunterung). [The Musical Library, P]. Printed pp. 88-89.

Beethoven, L. van. “The Fortunate Land” or “Das glückliche Land” (canzonet). [The Musical Library, P2]. Printed pp. 90-93.

Weelkes, T. “The Nightingale” (madrigal). [The Musical Library, Q]. Printed pp. 94-97.

Keller, C. “Down, down a thousand fathom deep” (rondo). Words by Mrs. Radcliffe. Printed pp. 98-100.

Bellini, G. “Angiol di pace all’ anima,’ from Beatrice di Tenda. [The Musical Library, R-R2]. Printed pp. 101-103.

Martini. “Piu Bianca di giglio” from La Cosa Rara (cavatina). Printed pp. 104-105.

Storace. “The Sapling Oak” from The Siege of Belgrade. Printed pp. 106-108.

Cooke, B. “In the merry month of May” (prize glee, 1773). [The Musical Library, S-S2]. Printed pp. 109-115.

Schubert, F. “The Letter Flowers” [The Musical Library, T]. Printed pp. 116-117.

Dibdin. “The neighb’ring Convent’s Bell” from The Padlock. Printed 118-120.

D’Alary. Sulla tomba di Bellini, l’Amico dolente. [The Musical Library, U-U2]. Printed pp. 121-123.

Arnold. “An Address to a Locket” from the novel Emma Corbett. Printed pp. 124-125.

Callcott. “Oh! Tarry, gentle Traveller” (glee). [The Musical Library, X-X2]. Printed pp. 126-131.

Schnyder. Romance and Duet from Fortunatus. Printed pp. 132-134.

Mendelssohn, F. A Spring Song or Fruhlingslied. Printed pp. 134-135.

Smith, J. C. “The Owl is abroad” from The Tempest. [The Musical Library, Y]. Printed pp. 136-137.

Sacchini. “Henry cull’d the flow’ret’s bloom” from Rosina. Printed pp. 138-140.

Martini, Vincenzo. “Se placar Volete Amore” (round). Printed p. 140.

Ravenscroft. “Canst thou love and live alone?” (canzonet for four voices). [The Musical Library, Z-Z2]. Printed pp 141-143.

Schubert, F. Le Secret (air). Printed pp. 144-146.

Neükomm. “Come, Dear Maria!” Printed pp. 146-147.

Winter. “The Country Wedding” (arietta). [The Musical Library, 2A]. Printed pp. 148-149.

Meyerbeer. “Tu sai qual oggetto” from Constanza E Romilda. [The Musical Library, 2A2]. Printed pp. 150-151.

Purcell. “Let the dreadful engines” from Don Quixote. [The Musical Library, 2B]. Printed pp. 152-157.

Webbe. “O Come O Bella” (terzetto and chorus). Printed pp. 158-160.

Mercadante. “Sgombra I miei dubbi, O Cielo!” from Ismalia. [The Musical Library, 2C-2C2]. Printed pp. 161-163.

Arnold. The Seasons (glee). [The Musical Library, 2D]. Printed pp. 164-169.

Geary. “Soft is the Zephyr’s breezy wing” (duet). Printed pp. 170-173.

Mendelssohn, F. “Expectation” (romance). Printed pp. 174-175.

Storace. “Peaceful slumb’ring on the Ocean” from The Pirates. Printed p. 176.

A title page inserted indicates “The Musical Library, Vol. IV, Vocal” and provides publication information: (London: Charles Knight & Co., 1843). A preface dated March 1837 and signed by W. A. is included.

Haydn. “O what various charms unfolding” from Seasons. [The Musical Library, B-B2]. Printed pp. 1-3.

Paisiello. No, ‘twas neither shape nor feature” Introduced in The Flitch of Bacon. Words by Rev. H Bate Dudley. Printed pp. 4-5.

Labarre, T. “Ma Belle Ange” (romance). Printed pp. 6-7.

Unknown. “When the rosy morn appearing” (trio) from Rosina. [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 8-10.

Spohr. “Si, lo sento” (cavatina) from Faust. [The Musical Library, C2]. Printed pp. 11-13.

Cooke. “The Dumb Peal” (round). Printed p. 13.

Pepusch, J. C. “Alexis” (cantata), 1706(?). Poetry by John Hughes, Ob. 1720. [The Musical Library, D]. Printed pp. 14-19.

Hayes, W. “Melting airs soft joys inspire” (glee). Words by Hughes from Ode in Praise of Music.” Printed p. 20.

Beethoven, L. van. “Vita Felice” (canzonetta). [The Musical Library, E-E2]. Printed pp. 21-23.

Mozart. W. A. “How hardly I conceal’d my tears” based on Das Traumbild. Words by Mrs. Wharton. Printed pp. 24-25.

Handel. Unito a un puro affetto” from Teseo. Words by Nicolo Haym. Printed pp. 25-28.

Spofforth. “Mark’d you her eye of heavenly blue?” (for three voices). Words by Sheridan. [The Musical Library, F]. Printed pp. 29-31.

Croce, Giovanni. “Cynthia! Thy song and chanting” (madrigal, 1560). [The Musical Library, G]. Printed pp. 32-37.

Storace. “With lowly suit and plaintive ditty” from No Song, No Supper. Words by James Cobb. Printed pp. 38-40.

Müller, G. “Aure amiche” [The Musical Library, H]. Printed pp. 41-47.

Jackson. “Encompass’d in an Angel’s frame”(1780) from The Lord of the Manor. Printed pp. 48-49.

Travers. “I, my dear, was born to-day” Words by Prior. [The Musical Library, I-I2]. Printed pp. 49-55.

Beethoven, L. van. “In questa tomba oscura” (canzonetta). [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 56-57.

Arne. “How gentle was my Damon’s air!” (recit.) and “On every hill, in every grove,” (air) from Masque of Comus. Words by Dr. Dalton. Printed pp. 58-60.

Spohr. “What makes this poor bosom.” [The Musical Library, L-L2]. Printed pp. 61-63.

Moscheles, I. “An Argument” (trio). Printed pp. 64-65.

Shield. “Ere around the huge oak” (ballad) from The Farmer. Words by O’Keefe. Printed pp. 66-67.

Piozzi, G. “La Contraddizione” (canzonetta, circa 1782). [The Musical Library, M]. Printed pp. 67-69.

Danby. “Awake! Aeolian Lyre” (prize glee, 1783). Words from Gray’s Ode, The Progress of Poesy. [The Musical Library, M2]. Printed pp. 70-73.

“Dopo cento, ecento affani” (no title or composer listed; vocal duet with piano accompaniment). Printed pp. 74-77.

Haydn. “The Spirit Song” [The Musical Library, N]. Printed pp. 77-80.

Beethoven, L. van. “Adelaide” (aria). [The Musical Library, O-O2] Printed pp. 81-87.

Ford. “Fair! Sweet! Cruel! Why dost thou fly me?” (madrigal, 1636). [The Musical Library, P-P2]. Printed pp. 88-91.

Dibdin. “While the lads in the Village” (1777) from The Quaker. Printed pp. 92-94.

Linley. “In my pleasant native plains” (1781) from The Carnival of Venice. Words by R. Tickell. Printed pp. 94-95.

Callcott. “Peace to the souls of the Heroes!” (glee). Words from Ossian’s Fingal, book 1. Printed pp. 96-100.

Sarti. “Lungi dal caro bene” (cavatina) from Giulio Sabino. [The Musical Library, R]. Printed pp. 101-103.

Bonocini. “Chi mai d’iniqua Stella” (round). [The Musical Library, R2]. Printed p. 103.

Purcell. “Hark! My Daridcar!” from Dryden’s Tragedy, Tyrannick Love or The Royal Martyr. [The Musical Library, S-S2]. Printed pp. 104-111.

Baumgarten. “Her image ever rose to view” from Nettley Abbey. Printed pp. 112-114.

Huber, F. “Le Chasseur de Chamois” (Der Gemsjäger; Swiss air). Printed pp. 114-115.

Webbe. “A gen’rous Friendship no cold medium knows” from Pope Homer’s Iliad, Book ix, Verse 725. [The Musical Library, T]. Printed pp. 116-117.

Storace. “There the silver’d waters roam” from The Pirates. Printed pp. 118-120.

Webbe. “From glaring show and giddy noise” Words by Hayley. [The Musical Library, U-U2]. Printed pp. 121-123.

Battishill. “I loved thee beautiful and kind” (round). Words by the Earl Nugent. Printed p. 124.

Danby. “O let the merry peal go on!” (catch). Printed p. 125.

Haydn. “Guarda qui, che lo vedrai” (duetto). [The Musical Library, X-X2]. Printed pp. 126-131.

Arnold. “On board the Valiant” from The Shipwreck. Words by S. J. Arnold. Printed pp. 132-133.

Smith, J. S. “Return blest days” (prize glee, 1777). Words by Dr. Percy. [The Musical Library, Y]. Printed pp. 134-137.

Donizetti, G. “Una furtive ligrima” (romanza) from L’Elisire D’Amore. Printed pp. 138-140.

Weber. C. M. von. “Schlummerlied.” Printed p. 140.

Cavendish, M. “Ev’ry bush new springing” (madrigal, 1598). [The Musical Library, Z]. Printed pp. 141-143.

Purcell. “What shall I do to show how much I love her?” from Dioclesian. Words by Betterton. [The Musical Library, Z2]. Printed pp. 143-144.

Pasquali, N. “When first I saw thee graceful move” (duettino). Printed p. 145.

Mozart, W. A. “Per pieta, non ricerate,” from Il Curioso Indiscreto. [The Musical Library, 2A]. Printed pp. 146-149.

Handel. “Amor gioie me porge” from the first movement of the 4th of Handel’s Thirteen Chamber Duets. Words by Abbate Hortensio Mauro. [The Musical Library, 2A2]. Printed pp. 150-153.

Linley, T. “While grief and anguish rack my breast” (elegy, 1776) from Selima and Azor. Words by Sir George Collier. Printed pp. 154-155.

Shield. “Light as Thistle-down” (1783) from Rosina. Words by Mrs. Brook. [The Musical Library, 2B]. Printed pp. 156-157.

Linley, W. Fair Liela. Printed pp. 158-160.

Bach, J. C. “Io lo so” (duetto). [The Musical Library, 2C-2C2]. Printed pp. 161-163.

Mozart. “Oiseaux, si tous les ans” (arietta). Printed pp. 164-165.

Savile, J. “The Waits (1667). Printed p. 166.

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HMP-38. Folio-sized, half-bound (green leather) volume with green boards. Musical Library; Vol. 3-4, Instrumental” stamped in gold on the spine. In index of composers, titles and page numbers appears at the front of the volume, ordered alphabetically by last name of composer.

Beethoven, L. van. Serenade for Pianoforte and Flute. [The Musical Library, B]. Printed pp. 1-5.

Bach, C.P.E. Rondo. [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 6-9.

Dussek. Rondo, op. 35. [The Musical Library, C2]. Printed pp. 10-15.

Plachy, W. Air from Bellini’s opera Norma with Introduction and Variations, op. 62. [The Musical Library, D]. Printed pp. 16-20.

Kalkbrenner. “Les Soupirs de la Harpe Eolienne” (nocturne). [The Musical Library, E-E2]. Printed pp. 21-28.

Mehul. Overture (à la Chasse) from Le Jeune Henri. [The Musical Library, F-F2]. Printed pp. 24-33.

Comte D’ Oginsky. Polonaise. Arranged as a Pianoforte duet. Printed pp. 34-35.

Haydn. Minuet and Trio from Symphony No. 11. [The Musical Library, G]. Printed pp. 36-37.

Handel. Air from Suites de Pieces pour le Clavecin. Printed pp. 38-40.

Gollmick, C. “Denkst du daran,” German air; introduction with variations, op. 39. [The Musical Library, H-H2]. Printed pp. 41-45.

Himmel. Grand March. Printed pp. 46-47.

Mozart, W. A. Rondo, op. 26 (abridged). [The Musical Library, I-I2]. Printed pp. 48-52.

Clementi. Sonata, op. VII. [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 53-59.

Haydn. Introduction to Winter from Seasons. [The Musical Library, L]. Printed p. 60.

Beethoven, L. van. Excerpt from Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral.” [The Musical Library, L-L2]. Printed pp. 61-67.

Kuhlau. Rondo from W. A. Mozart’s air “Non Più Andrai.” [The Musical Library, M-M2]. Printed pp. 68-73.

Boccherini, L. Rondo, Minuet, and Trio. [The Musical Library, N]. Printed pp. 74-77.

Herz, H. Gavotte of Vestris with variations. Printed pp. 78-80.

Gluck. Religious March from Alceste. [The Musical Library, O]. Printed p. 81.

Spohr. Minuet from Faust. [The Musical Library, O2]. Printed pp. 82-83.

Kalliwoda. Rondoletto Pastorale, op. 40. [The Musical Library, P-P2]. Printed pp. 84-91.

Ricci, L. Preludio and Balletto from Un’ Avventura Di Scaramuccia. Printed pp. 92-95.

Corelli. Concerto No. 7. [The Musical Library, Q]. Printed pp. 96-100.

Haydn. “Gott erhalte Franz, den Kaiser!” Arranged from Haydn’s Violin Quartet no. 3, op. 76. [The Musical Library, R-R2]. Printed pp. 101-103.

Döhler, T. Introduction and Theme from I Montecchi E Capuleti by Bellini. [The Musical Library, S]. Printed pp. 104-109.

Mozart, W. A. Opening and Finale from Symphony No. 4. [The Musical Library, S2-T]. Printed pp. 110-119.

Lock, M. Overture from Macbeth. Printed p. 120.

Paisiello. “Quanto e bello” (air) with variations by Beethoven, L. van. [The Musical Library, U-U2]. Printed pp. 121-125.

Weber, C. M. von. Grand March from Concert-Stück. Printed pp. 126-127.

Berger, L. Introduction and Rondo Pastorale. [The Musical Library, X-X2]. Printed pp. 128-131.

Handel. “May no rash intruder disturb their soft hours!” from Solomon. Printed pp. 132-135.

Handel. “From the Censer” from Solomon. [The Musical Library, Y]. Printed pp. 136-140.

Steibelt. Selection from Pot Pourri. [The Musical Library, Z-Z2]. Printed pp. 141-145.

Rossini, G. “Non piu mesta” with variations by Adolphe Le Carpentier, op. 4. [The Musical Library, 2A]. Printed pp. 146-149.

Handel. March from Second Set of Sonatas or Trios. Printed p. 150.

Haydn. Adagio from Symphony No. 10. [The Musical Library, 2A2]. Printed pp. 151-153.

Bierey, G. B. Overture. [note indicates: “To Rosette, Das SchweizerhirtenMadchen” or “To Rosette, The Swiss Shepherdess”]. [The Musical Library, 2B]. Printed pp. 154-160.

Mozart, W. A. Selection from Quintet No. 1. [The Musical Library, 2C-2C2]. Printed pp. 161-167.

Dejazet, J. Chorus with Introduction and Finale, op. 18 from Norma by Bellini. [The Musical Library, 2D-2D2]. Printed pp. 168-171.

Hummel. Romanza. Printed pp. 172-173.

Szymanowska (Madame). Polonaise. Printed pp. 174-175.

Clementi. Arioso, op. 9. Printed p. 176.

A title page inserted indicates “The Musical Library, Vol. IV, Instrumental” and provides publication information: (London: Charles Knight & Co., 1843).

Beethoven, L. van. Selection from Symphony no. 4, op. 36. [The Musical Library, B]. Printed pp. 1-5.

Dussek. “On the Air, O dear! What can the matter be?” (rondo). [The Musical Library, C]. Printed pp. 6-11.

Koch, C. Rondeau A L’Allemande (abridged), op. 55. Printed pp. 12-16.

Handel. Overture from Alcina. [The Musical Library, D]. Printed pp. 17-20.

Haydn. Opening and Finale from Symphony no. 18 (of Cianchettini’s Edition). [The Musical Library, E-E2]. Printed pp. 21-25.

Pleyel. Selection from Concertante. [The Musical Library, F]. Printed pp. 26-29.

Moscheles, I. Divertissement, op. 28. [The Musical Library, F2]. Printed pp. 30-33.

Winter. Overture from Marie Montalban. [The Musical Library, G]. Printed pp. 34-40.

Pinto, G. F. Romance, op. 3. [The Musical Library, H-H2]. Printed pp. 41-43.

Beethoven, L. van. “Of noble race was Shenkin” (Welsh air) with variations. Printed pp. 44-47.

Geminiani, F. Opening (slow movement) and Finale from Concerto no. 1, op. 3 (@1734). [The Musical Library, I-I2]. Printed pp. 48-51.

Hoogstraaten, P. B. van. Polonaise from Oeuvre IV. Printed pp. 52-55.

Clementi. Sonata, op. 6 (prestissimo movement is omitted). [The Musical Library, K]. Printed pp. 56-60.

Kussek. The Consolation (an andante with an introduction), op. 62. [The Musical Library, L-L2]. Printed pp. 61-65.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Idomeneo. [The Musical Library, M-M2]. Printed pp. 66-71.

Righini. “The Dance of Warriors” from La Selva Incantata. Printed pp. 72-75.

Handel. Musette from Concerto no. 6. [The Musical Library, N]. Printed pp. 76-77.

Haydn. Andante from Symphony in D “composed for the concerts of Bach and Abel.” Printed pp. 78-80.

Beethoven. Marcia Funebre from Sinfonia Eroica. [The Musical Library, O-O2]. Printed pp. 81-83.

Correlli. Concerto no. 2 (abridged). Printed pp. 84-87.

Rossini, G. Overture and Introduction from Ricciardo E Zoraide (abridged). [The Musical Library, P-P2]. Printed pp. 88-93.

Pleyel. Romance fro Pianoforte and Flute (or three hands at the piano). Printed pp. 94-95.

Weber, C. M. von. Variations on an air from Castor and Pollux. [The Musical Library, Q]. Printed pp. 96-100.

Gluck, C. W. Overture from Iphigénie en Aulide. [The Musical Library, R-R2]. Printed pp. 101-107.

Haydn. Finale from Quartet no. 4, op. 76. [The Musical Library, S-S2]. Printed pp. 108-111.

Mozart, W. A. German Air (with seven selected variations). [The Musical Library, T]. Printed pp.112-117.

Dussek. Rondo Spagnola. Printed pp. 118-120.

The Abbè Vogler. Overture from Herrmann von Unna. [The Musical Library, U-U2]. Printed pp. 121-126.

Handel. Minuet in the Overture from Berenice. Printed p. 127.

Beethoven, L. van. Air Russe with Variations. [The Musical Library, X-X2]. Printed pp. 128-133.

Meyerbeer, G. Solemn March from Emma Von Roxburgh. Printed pp. 134-135.

Clementi, First Movement from Sonata no. 4, op. 12. [The Musical Library, Y]. Printed pp. 136-140.

Arnold. El Fandango. Arranged as an overture to The Spanish Barber. [The Musical Library, Z-Z2]. Printed pp. 141-143.

Mozart, W. A. Overture from Die Zauberflöte. [The Musical Library, 2A]. Printed pp. 144-150.

Woelfl. Adagio from Sonata, op. 25. [The Musical Library, 2A2]. Printed pp. 151-153.

Pinto, G. F. Minuet and Trio from The Harmonicon. Printed pp. 154-155.

Haydn. Opening and Finale from Symphony no. 2. [The Musical Library, 2B]. Printed pp. 156-160.

Beethoven, L. van. Selection from Sonata, op. 26. [The Musical Library, 2C-2C2]. Printed pp. 161-165.

Romberg, A. Minuet and Trio from Symphony in D. Printed pp. 166-167.

Haydn. Romance from Quartet, op. 74. [The Musical Library, 2D]. Printed pp. 168-169.

Handel. Gavotte from Overture from Semele. Printed p. 70.

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HMP-39. Folio sized, Half-bound volume (black leather) with brown marbled boards. “Motets, II” stamped in gold on the spine. On the fly leaf is a signature of Mary Anne Williamson, dated April 20th, 1841. Title page at the beginning of the volume indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 5. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: H. Falkner, n.d.).

Novello, V. Motet for five voices, Penitential Time (or Compline). Printed pp. 1-3.

Giordani. Duet for Treble and Tenor. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 4-6.

Mozart, W. A. Quartet. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 7-9.

Perez, D. Motet for the Festivals of Rejoicing. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 10-13.

Mozart, W. A. Tenor Solo. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 14-15.

Moreira, L. Motet for four voices. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 16-18.

Winter. Quartetto (may be also used at Benediction). Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed p. 19.

Bach, J. S. Tantum Ergo (from a Bach chorale) for four voices. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed p. 20.

Himmel. O Salutaris, at Benediction. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed p. 21.

Evans, C. Tantum Ergo, alto solo and quartet. Printed pp. 22-23.

Moreira, L. Tantum Ergo, four voices. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 24-26.

Novello, V. Quartetto. Printed pp. 27-29.

Perez, D. Motet, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 30-33.

Title page inserted indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 6. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: J. Alfred Novello, n.d.).

Handel. Tantum Ergo, solo quartetto & chorus. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 1-4.

Novello, V. Tantum Ergo, E Major. Printed p. 5.

Beethoven, L. van. O Sacrum, solo and quartet. Arranged by J. Robinsin. Printed pp. 6-7.

Perez, D. O Magnum Mysterium, at Benediction. Printed pp. 8-9.

Mozart, W. A. Duettino, may also be used at Benediction. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed p. 10.

Haydn. Tenor Solo. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed p. 11.

Haydn. Quartetto. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed pp. 12-14.

Haydn. Treble Solo. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed pp. 15-16.

Haydn. Duett, tenor and bass. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed pp. 17-19.

Haydn. Trio, treble, tenor & bass. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed pp. 20-21.

Haydn. Alto Solo. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed pp. 22-23.

Haydn. Bass Solo & Quartet. Arranged by S. Webbe, Jr. Printed pp. 24-26.

Wesley, S. Chant for the Domino. Printed p. 27.

Novello, V. Twelve Chants for the Domine. Printed pp. 28-29.

Mozart, W. A. Domine. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 30-34.

Title page inserted indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 7. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: J. Alfred Novello, n.d.).

General index of titles, composers, and page numbers for volumes 7-12 of Novello’s Collection of Motets for the Morning Service printed on the following page.

Novello, V. The Gregorian Responses at High Mass. Printed p. 2.

Novello, V. Chant for the Introit. Printed pp. 3-4.

Before the Pater Noster. Printed p. 5.

Haydn. Quartetto. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 6-9.

Naumann, G. A. Duett (soprano and alto) and Quartet. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 10-12.

Schicht, J. G. Treble Solo. Printed pp. 13-15.

Winter. Terzetto, for three soprano or two soprano & a counter tenor. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 16-19.

Danzi. Quartetto. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 20-22.

M. S. Angus Dei. Quartetto. Arranged by Naumann. Printed pp. 23-25.

Schicht. Chorus, Festivals of Rejoicing. Printed p. 26.

Fuga. Printed p. 27-30.

Title page inserted indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 8. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: J. Alfred Novello, n.d.).

General index of titles, composers, and page numbers for volumes 7-12 of Novello’s Collection of Motets for the Morning Service printed on the following page.

Novello, V. Quartetto. Printed pp. 2-5.

Himmel. Tenor Solo, Duett and Quartet, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 6-8.

Haydn. Quartet. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 9-11.

Righini. Solo Basso e Coro. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 12-15.

Weigl. Quartet, for Solemn Occasions or at Benediction. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed p. 16.

Naumann. Alto Solo and Quartet, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 17-19.

Himmel. Treble Solo, Quartett and Chorus. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 20-21.

Caldara (Manuscript, 1720). Motett for Three Voices, Penitential Time. Printed pp. 22-23.

Caldara (Manuscript, 1720). Motett for Three Voices, soprano, alto and bass. Printed pp. 24-26.

Hummel. Choral Motett, for Festivals of Rejoicing. Printed pp. 27-31.

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HMP-40. Folio sized, Half-bound volume (black leather) with brown marbled boards. “Motets, III” stamped in gold on the spin. On the fly leaf is a signature of Mary Anne Williamson, dated April 20th, 1841. Title page at the beginning of the volume indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 9. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: J. Alfred Novello, n.d.).

General index of titles, composers, and page numbers for volumes 7-12 of Novello’s Collection of Motets for the Morning Service printed on the following page.

Haydn. Quartet and Chorus. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 2-5.

Himmel. Bass Solo and Quartet. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed p. 6.

Quartet, “Andante Supplichevole.” Printed pp. 7-8.

Cherubini. Trio, treble, tenor and bass, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 9-13.

Naumann. Duett, for a tenor and bass. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 14-16.

Hummel. Quartetto (from the Benedictus of Hummel’s first Mass). Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 17-19.

Romberg, A. Quartetto e Coro. Organ part by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 20-23.

Benelli, A (from Manuscript). Quartet, for solemn Occasions or at Benediction. Printed pp. 24-25.

Novello, V. Tantum Ergo, treble solo & chorus. Printed pp. 26-27.

Coro Fugato. Printed pp. 28-31.

Title page inserted indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 10. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: J. Alfred Novello, n.d.).

General index of titles, composers, and page numbers for volumes 7-12 of Novello’s Collection of Motets for the Morning Service printed on the following page.

Gluck. Treble Solo and Quartett, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 2-4.

Beethoven, L. van. Quartett [arranged by Vincent Novello]. Printed pp. 5-7.

Pergolesi, G. B. Duett, soprano and alto. Organ part composed by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 8-11.

Naumann. Alto solo and quartetto from Agnus Dei of a mass. Printed pp. 12-14.

Pergolesi, G. B. Choral Motett, five voices, for Festivals of Rejoicing. Printed pp. 15-17.

Haydn. Quartetto from Orfeo. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 18-20.

Gluck, C. W. Tantum Ergo, quartet and chorus. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 21-23.

Novello, V. Treble Solo and Chorus, at Benediction. Printed pp. 24-25.

Romberg, A. Choral Motett, for Festivals of Rejoicing. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 26-31.

Title page inserted indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 11. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: H. Falkner, n.d.).

General index of titles, composers, and page numbers for volumes 7-12 of Novello’s Collection of Motets for the Morning Service printed on the following page.

Novello, V. Tenor Solo, Quartett and Chorus, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Printed pp. 2-5.

Hummel. Quartetto, “un poco allegretto.” Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 6-8.

Winter. Offertorio, A Quattro Voci from Requiem. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 9-13.

Haydn. Choral Motett, four voices. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 14-21.

Spohr. Tantum Ergo, quartett and chorus. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 22-23.

Spohr. Quartettino, at Benediction. Arranged by Vincent Novello. printed pp. 24.

Hässlinger. Quartett and Chorus, two tenors and two basses. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 25-27.

Perti, G. Trio, two soprano and a bass. Arranged by Vincent Novello. printed pp. 28.

Perti, G. Chorus and Fugue. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 29-31.

Title page inserted indicates:

Novello, V. Collection of Motets for the Offertory and other Pieces principally adapted for the Morning Service, Book 12. Arranged with a Separate Accompaniment, for the Organ or Pianoforte. Inscribed to M. W. Troy. (London: H. Falkner, n.d.).

General index of titles, composers, and page numbers for volumes 7-12 of Novello’s Collection of Motets for the Morning Service printed on the following page.

Novello, V. Treble solo and quartett. Printed pp. 2-5.

Novello, V. Double Chant, four voices. Printed p. 5.

Cherubini. Ecce Panis, solo for a treble or tenor voice. Arr. by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 6-7.

Hummel. Quartetto, Penitential time (may also be used at Benediction) from 2nd Grand Mass. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 8-9.

Haydn. Solo Basso. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 10-11.

Hasse. Motetto, for four voices from Requiem. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 12-14.

Wesley, S. Motett, two altos, tenor and bass. Printed pp. 15-17.

Wesley, S. Three Double Chants. Printed p. 17.

Righini. Duetto, soprano and tenor (may be used at Benediction). Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 18-19.

Haydn. Quartetto. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 20-23.

Mozart, W. A. Treble Solo and Quartett, Festivals of the B. Virgin. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 24-26.

Leo. Chorus for a Double Choir from Dixit Dominus. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 27-37.

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HMP-41. Folio sized, Half-bound volume (black leather) with “Eva Irwin.” stamped in gold on the cover and “Music, Volume II, J. J. Dobmeyer & Co. Publishers” stamped in gold on the spine.

Hays. W. S. “My Southern Sunny Home.” from Beautiful Songs of the South. Dedicated to Miss Nannie Rogers and Miss Sue A. Covington. (New York: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5.

Arditi, L (vocal) and C. Kern (instrumental). Il Bacio (Der Kuss or The Kiss). (Saint Louis: Rich J. Compton, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 248_8.

[Halévy, Fromental]. “Call Me Thine Own” from L’Elair, as printed in “Gems from the Opera, first series.” (New York: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 5086_4.

Auber. “Young Agnes, Beauteous Flower” from Fra Diavolo, as printed in “Gems from the Opera.” (New York: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 112-115 pl. no. 46_2.

Knight, J. P. “Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep.” Words by Mrs. Willard, of Troy. Dedicated to Dr. Mitchell. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7.

Donizetti, G. “Our Faith Then Fondly Plighting” or “O Luce Di Quest Anima” (cavatina) from Linda di Chamounix,. Translated and arranged by Clarke W. Beames. (New York: William Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-11. pl. no. 4070.

Wallace, W. V. “Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer!” no. 27. from Lurline, as printed in “Parlor Edition, The Vocal Gems of WM. Vincent Wallace’s Grand Romantic Opera, ‘Lurline.’ (New York: Wm. Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5.

Verdi, G. “Twas No Vision” or “No Fu Sogno!” (cavatina) from I Lombardi. (Boston: Russell & Tolman, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 542.

Flotow. “Solo, Profugo, Rejetto” or “Lost, Proscrib’d, A Friendless Pilgrim” from Martha. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 19190.

Molloy, J. L. “The Vagabond” Words by Chas. Lamb Kenney. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-9. pl. no. 25398.

Hays, W. S. “Evangeline” Dedicated to Miss Sunie P. Mitchell, St. Louis, MO. (Cleveland: S. Brainard & Sons, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-6.

Peters, W. C. “Sherman Marched Down To The Sea” Words by Adj’t Byers. [Not indicates: “These words were written by Adj’t Byers of the 5th Iowa, while confined in the rebel prison at Columbia, South Carolina” and “The following is the latest army song which Sherman’s veterans are chanting on their vitorious march.”] (Cincinnati: A. C. Peters & Bro., n.d.). Printed pp. 2- pl. no. 3996. 5.

Maynard, W. “When Erin shall stand ‘mid the Isles of the Sea” or “Last Words of Emmet.” Words by A. L. Ruter. Dedicated to Thomas Goggin. (St. Louis: J. L. Peters & Bro, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-6. pl. no. 600 4.

Thompson, H. S. “I’m Lonely Since My Mother Died.” (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 22050.

Lester, S. N. “Cora May.” (Cincinnati: J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 36a__4.

Blamphin, C. “Little Maggie May.” Words by G. W. Moore. Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 183_5.

Topliff, R. “Consider the Lilies” or “Sehet Die Lilien.” Words (German) by W. D. Raphaelsohn. Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 4308-6.

Handel. “Angels Ever Bright and Fair” from Theodora as printed in Parker and Ditson’s Collection of Handel’s Songs, No. 1.(Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5.

Raymond, F. M. “O Bitt’ Euch Liebe Vogelein, Lied von Ferd Gumbert” Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 379-6. (Cincinnati: John Church, Jr., n.d.).

Emerson, B. “The Big Sun Flower.” (Cincinnati: J. Church Jr., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 1119-4.

Cove, W. H. “The Charming Young Widow I Met In the Train.” (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 23491.

Fricker, Anne. “There’s A Sigh In The Heart” or “Far Away” (No. 18 of select vocal duets). (St. Louis: J. L. Peters & Bro., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 1622.6.

Hays, W. S. “The Moon Is Out To Night, Love.” (New York: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 301-3.

Hays, W. S. “The Lone Grave By The Sea.” Dedicated to Miss Belle McCullough. (Louisville: Louis Tripp, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 703.4.

Behrens, S. “Wearing of the Green.” Sung in Arrah Na Pogue. (Philadelphia: Chas. W. A. Trumpler, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. C.W.A.T. 239.4.

Clifton, H. “Polly Perkins of Paddington Green.” (Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 9338.3.

Hays, W. S. “We Parted By The River Side.” Dedicated to Miss Eliza L. Winlock. (Cincinnati: A. C. Peters & Bro., n.d.). Printed pp. 3- pl. no. 4117.4.

Gregg, A. “The Flying Trapeze.” (Cincinnati: J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5 pl. no. 428x3.

Foster, S. C. “Beautiful Dreamer” (serenade). (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5.

Work, H. C. “Come Home, Father!” (no. 26). (Chicago: Root & Cady, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 391-3.

Cutter, G. W. “E Pluribus Unum” as printed in The Baltimore Olio. Arranged by Mrs. E. H. Pendleton. (Baltimore: W. C. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 5.1406.

E.C.B. “I Am a Cuckoo,” no. 4 as printed in Vocal Beauties: A Collection of Songs and Ballads [Title page indicates: “No. 1, My First Songs”]. (Boston: Russell and Tolman, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-2. pl no. 1876.

Converse, C. C. “The Rock Beside the Sea” (romanza). Dedicated to Mrs. M. A. Ralston. (Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5.

Thomas, J.R. “Happy Be Thy Dreams” (ballad). Words by J.E. Carpenter. Dedicated to Mrs. Thomas J. Hall. (New York: WM. Hall, n.d.) Printed pp. 2-7.

Millard, H. “Waiting!” Words by E. H. Flagg. (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 7090.

Rothschild, M. “Ah! Tell Me Why” or “Si Vous N’Avez Rien À Me Dire,” no. 12 as printed in La Lyre Gauloise: Romances Francaises Favorites. (Philadelphia: G. Andre & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2- pl. no. 1197.4.

Gabriel, V. “Nightfall at Sea” (reverie), no. 4 as printed in Songs of Virginia Gabriel. Words by Arthur Matthison. [note indicates: “This melody is known as the celebrated “Ave Maria” by Virginia Gabriel”]. (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 6225.

Clair, A. “Sleeping, I Dreamed A Happy Dream.” Dedicated to Miss Maude Baker. (St. Louis: J. L. Peters & Bro., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 1878.4.

Root, G. F. “Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!” (The Prisoner’s Hope). (Chicago: Root & Cady, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 420-3.

Foster, S. C. “Old Dog Tray,” no. 21 as printed in Foster’s Melodies. (New York: Firth, Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5.

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HMP-42. Folio sized, Half-bound volume (black leather) with “Eva Irwin.” stamped in gold on the cover and “Music, Volume III, J. J. Dobmeyer & Co. Publishers” stamped in gold on the spine.

Mack, E. “Pink Rose Mazurka.” Dedicated to The Young Ladies of Moore’s Hill College, Ind. (New York: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-6. pl. no. 302—4.

Kinkel, C. “Father’s At Sea” (Polka Brillante). Dedicated to Miss Lucy Chrisman. (St. Louis: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-6 pl. no. x601-4.

Burton, C. C. “Cancan Gallop,” no. 1 as printed in Beauties of La Grande Duchesse. (St. Louis: J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7 pl. no. 449-6.

Gottschalk, L. M. “Marche De Nuit” Dedicated to Général Don José Paez, ex President of the Republique De Venezuela. (New York: William Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-13. pl. no. 3528.

Peters, W. C. Swiss Waltz with Variations for the Pianoforte. (Louisville: Peters & Webster, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 1009.

Stoddard, I. T. “Evergreen Waltz.” Dedicated to Miss Roberta Archer. (Baltimore: George Willig, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 2068.

Vaas, A. J. St. Paul Waltz. (Chicago: Root & Candy, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 3804.

Ascher, J. “Le Carnaval De Vinise” (opera D’Amboise Thomas). (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-6. pl. no. 18960.

Mendelssohn, F. B. Wedding March from Midsummer Night’s Dream. (Philadelphia: G. André & co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 2286.

Freligh, L. H. Song Without Words from Course of True Love. Dedicated to Joseph R. Wendover Jr. (New York: JNO. L Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-9. pl. no. 5825-7.

Kinkel, C. Floating Breezes. Printed pp. 3-6. (St. Louis: J. L. Peters, n.d.). pl. no. 553-4.

Poulton, G. R. “Old Hundred,” with Introduction and Variations. Dedicated to J. K. Kidley. (New York: Firth, Son & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-9. pl. no. 5656.

“Seven Octaves.” Le Chant Du Martyr.” (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 22460.

Bellini, G. “La Norma” from Bouquet de Melodies, No. 3, op. 42. Arranged by F. Beyer. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 2365.

Beyer, F. “La Traviata” from Bouquet De Melodies. (Baltimore: Miller & Beacham, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 3214.

Jaell, A. “Home, Sweet Home,” op. 24. Dedicated to Mr. Francis G. Hill. (New York: Firth, Pond, & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2- pl. no. G. A. 91.

Brown, F. H. Pride Polka, 13th edition. Dedicated to Miss Mary A. Westcott. (New York: William Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 878.

Martin, T. J. “Cen’l Persifor F. Smith’s March.” Dedicated to Gen. Persifor F. Smith. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5.

Grobe, C. Variations on Ever of Thee, op. 1046. Dedicated to M. Annie S. Crawford. (Boston: Russell & Folman, n.d.). Printed pp. 3- pl. no. 3230.

Chant Du Berger, no. 10 as printed in Morceaux Superbes. (Cincinatti: J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2- pl. no. 436-4.

Benjamin, A. Sparkling Caprice. Dedicated to Miss M. J. Neely. (Cincinatti: C. Y. Fonda, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5.

Müller, J. E. The Monk’s Prayer. Dedicated to M. Louis Moreau Gottschalk. (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-11. pl. no. 5754.

Moelling, T. Retour Du Printemps or Return of Spring Polka Brilliant. Dedicated to M. Mary Garrett. (New York: S. T. Gordon, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-9.

Wallerstein, A. May Flower Polka, no. 1 as printed in The Garland: a Collection of Beautiful Pieces. (Cleveland: S. Brainard & Co., n.d.). Printed 2-4.

Grobe, C. Listen to the Mocking Bird, with variations, op. 603. (Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7.

Ascher, J. La Cascade De Roses, op. 80. (New York: Published by J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-9. pl. no. 4147-9.

Hoffman, E. Grand Fantasia on the Popular theme The Mockingbird. (Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, n.d.). Printed pp. 3- pl. no. 8988-15.

Warren, G. W. Tam O’Shanter, op. 18. (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-8. pl. no. 3034.

Sofge, H. D. Elfen Waltz. Dedicated to M. Charlotte Bernheim. (St. Louis: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-3. pl. no. 1725_2.

Küchman, M. Eagle March. (Cincinatti: John Church, Jr., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no. 1054-4.

Wely, L. Les Cloches Du Monastère or Monastery Bells. (ST. Louis: J. L. Peters & Bro., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 1630-5.

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HMP-43. Folio sized, Half-bound volume in red leather with tan marbled boards. “Martha R. Kinloch.” stamped in gold on the cover and “Music” stamped in gold on the spine.

Manuscript paper with handwritten scales and exercises found in the front pages of the volume.

Twilight Dews Arranged for the Spanish guitar, no. 9. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 626.

White, Samuel M. Farewell Since We Must Part. Arranged for the Spanish guitar. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, n.d.). pl. no. 450.

Row Gently Here. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 242.

Millard, P. Alice Gray. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 632.

Oft In The Stilly Night. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 416.

Mozart, W. A. The Last Link Is Broken. Arranged for Spanish guitar by G. Groustine. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

Isle of Beauty, Farewell! Arranged for the Spanish guitar by F. Kinloch. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

Weber, C. M. von. The Plain Gold Ring from Der Freyschutz. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: Published by J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 356.

Stevenson, J. A. I’ll Watch For Thee. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 377.

The Watchman, no. 7. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 488.

Love Art Thou Waking Or Sleeping. Arranged by F. Kinloch (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

La Biondina or Where Roses Wild Were Blowing. Arranged by L. Herckenrath. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 243.

Di Tanti Palpiti. Arranged for guitar. [Stamp indicates: “Sold by Q.A. Roorbach, bookseller and stationer, 296 King St., Charleston, SC].

Kathleen O Moor. Arranged for Spanish guitar by F. Kinlock. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

I’d Be A Butterfly, no. 5. Printed p. 8.

The Days of Good Queen Bess. Arranged by William Blondell. (Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, n.d.).

I Sigh For One Sweet Hour With Thee. Arranged by L. Meignen. Words by W. M. R. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, n.d.). pl. no. 495.

Torp, Otto. Where is My Lover. Arranged for Spanish guitar. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, n.d.). pl. no. 457.

Remoussin, A. R. The Light House. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 394.

Bishop, H. R. Tho’ Tis All But A Dream. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 396.

Allen A Dale, no. 8. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 508.

“Oh! Say Not Woman’s Heart Is Bought” Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 186.

The Arab Steed, no. 8. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 597.

“Away! Away! To The Mountains Brow. Arranged for Spanish Guitar by Leopold Meignen. (New York: Bourne, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-3.

KEISER, R. “My Sister Dear” from Masaniello. Arranged for Spanish guitar by L. Meignen. (New York: Bourne, n.d.).

Baily, T. H. “Gaily the Troubadour touch’d his Guitar” Arranged by J. G. Osbourn. (Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, n.d.).

Behold How Brightly Breaks the Morning. Arranged for Spanish guitar by Leopold Meignen.(New York: Bourne, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Green Hills of Tyros. Arranged for the Spanish guitar by Otto Torp. (New York: C. G. Christman, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-3.

Torp, O. Three Waltzes. Dedicated to J. D. Klendgen. (New York: C. G. Christman, n.d.).

The Gallant Troubadour. Arranged by P. K. Moran. (New York: E. Riley, n.d.). Printed p. 2.

The Castilian Maid. Arranged by P. K. Moran. (New York: E. Riley, n.d.). Printed p. 7.

A Little Blind Boy, no. 7. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). Printed p. 6.

The Swiss Boy, no. 6. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 428.

Kiallmark, G. Araby’s Daughter. Words by Thomas Moore. Arranged by E. Guilbert. pl. no. 400.

We Met! Arranged for Spanish guitar by F. Kinlock. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

Chit Chat. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 244.

My Henry is Gone. Arranged by E. Guilbert.(Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 193.

Moore, Thomas. I Love But Thee. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 372.

Farewell to my Harp. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 2.

The Lost One. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 3.

Now Milder Blows the Zephyr. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 4.

The Flower of Love. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 5.

Leonora. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 6.

Oh! Never Fall In Love. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 7.

When The Day With Rosy Light. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed p. 8.

I have left thee dearest maiden. Arranged by Otto Torp. Dedicated to Miss C. G. B. of Boston. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, 1829). Printed pp. 9-11.

My Love She’s but a Lassie yet or Johny O! (Scottish melody). (Philadelphia: G. E. Blake, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4.

Mary Dhu. Arranged for Spanish guitar by Franklin Peale. (Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, n.d.). Printed pp. 4-5.

The Heart That Loves. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 190.

Isabel, no. 3. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). Printed p. 5. pl. no. 348.

O Pescator dell onda (Venetian Canzonet). (Philadelphia: G. Willig, n.d.).

Union and Liberty. (Charleston: J. Siegling, 1831). Printed pp. 2-3. pl. no. 635.

The Minstrel’s Return’d From The War, no. 9. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 621.

Craven, J. T. The Light Bark. Words by M. A. Mahony. (New York: Bourne, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 104.

Yes! We Must Part. Arranged for Spanish guitar by F. Kinloch. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

The Carrier Pigeon. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 183.

Oh! No We Never Mention Her. [Stamp indicates: “Sold by Q.A. Roorbach, bookseller and stationer, 296 King St., Charleston, SC]. Printed p. 47.

Moore, Thomas. Wilt Thou Say Farewell Love. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 380.

Oh! Gaze On Me, no. 9. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 610.

Dear Native Home. Arranged for the Spanish guitar by F. Kinloch. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

I’ll Tell Nobody. Arranged for the Spanish guitar by F. Kinloch. (New York: Firth & Hall, 1831).

Flora’s Wreath. Arranged by E. Guilbert. (Charleston: J. Siegling, n.d.). pl. no. 189.

Go Forget Me Why Should Sorrow. Arranged for the Spanish guitar by F. Kinloch. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

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HMP-44. Folio sized, Half-bound volume in black leather with tan marbled boards. Front cover is missing and back cover is loose from the spine.

Ball, W. The Minstrel to his Steed. (Flot, Meignen & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 109.

Hime, B. The Beautiful Day. Words by Charles Swain. (Boston: Parker & Ditson, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5.

Dessauer, J. Oh Come! Your Doors Unbar (Andalusian Bolero). (Philadelphia: Fiot, Meignen & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-7. pl. no. 525.

Mozart, W. A. When I Saw Thy Cheek Grow Paler or Wenn die Lieb’ aus deinen blauen (German air). (Philadelphia: Fiot, Meignen & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 350.

Sanderson. March and Chorus from Lady of the Lake. (Philadelphia: John G. Klemm, n.d.). [Handwritten date at top of page indicated: “November 8th, 1834]. Printed p. 16.

Scott, W. Hail to the Chief. Printed pp. 2-4. pl. no. 16.

Browne. The Pilgrim Fathers. Words by Mrs. Hemans. (Baltimore: G. Willig Jr., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-6.

[Mrs. Hemans’s sister]. The Messenger Bird. Words by Mrs. Hemans. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-6.

[Mrs. Hemans’s sister]. The Captive Knight. Words by Mrs. Hemans. Dedicated to Sir Walter Scott. (Boston: C. Bradlee, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4.

Clarke. The Coronah from The Lady of the Lake. Words by W. Scott. (Philadelphia: G. E. Blake, n.d.). Printed pp. 12-13.

Barnett, J. My Father Land. Words by W. F. Moncrieff. (Baltimore: Geo. Willig Jr., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Glover, S. I Gaze on the Valley. Arranged by and dedicated to W. N. Baker. (Philadelphia: John F. Nunns., 1838). Printed pp. 2-5.

Meineke, C. The Warrior Crossed The Ocean’s Foam. Words by Mrs. Hemans. Dedicated to Joseph Gegan. (Baltimore: George Willig Jr., 1836). Printed pp. 1-5.

Hewitt, J. H. The Bridesmaid. (Philadelphia: John F. Nunns, 1836). Printed pp. 2-5.

Hodson, G. A. Child of the West. Words by F. W. N. Bailey. Dedicated to Mrs. Oswald Wood. (New York: J. L. Hewitt, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-6.

Scott, W. Jock O’ Hazeldean. (Scotch ballad). Arranged by T. T. Craven. (Boston: C. Bradlee, n.d.).

Norton (Mrs.). Fairy Belle. (Philadelphia: G. Willig, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-4.

Wood (Mrs). Savourneen Deelish (Irish air). Arranged by Edward Knight. (Philadelphia: G. E. Blake, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Smith (Mrs). A Place in thy Memory Dearest.(New York: Dubois & Bacon, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Dannelley, J. F. I’ll Remember Thee (ballad). (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Lover, S. The Land of Dreams from Rory o’More. (Philadelphia: George Willig, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Millard, Mrs. Philip. Dinna Forget. Words by John Imlah. (Philadelphia: Fiot, Meignen & Co., n.d.). pl. no. 85.

Linley, G. Breathe Not Her Name to Me. Dedicated to Miss Caroline Robertson. (Baltimore: Geo. Willig, n.d.).

Moore, Thomas. Night Waneth Fast, the Song of the Exile. (Philadelphia: Fiot, Meignen & Co., n.d.). pl. no. 214.

Rodwell, G. H. The Flower of Ellerslie (ballad). Words by Edward Fitz Ball. (New York: Dubois & Bacon, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4.

Lee, A. Meet Me In The Willow Glen. Words by Mrs. Cornwall B. Willson. (Philadelphia: John F. Nunns, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4.

Auber. Dark Eyed One (Persian Love Song) from Magic Flute. Words by J. R. Planché. (New York: Allen R. Jollie, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Our Way Across the Sea from the Swiss air La Swissesse au bord du Lac.

Watson, J. Ah Do Not Forget Love (ballad). (New York: Endicott, 1835). Printed pp. 2-4.

Zeuner, C. I Remember, I Remeber. Words by Thomas Hood. (Boston: C. Bradlee, 1830). Printed pp. 1-2.

Lover, S. Rory O’ Moore (Irish melody). (Baltimore: Geo. Willig Jr., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Devereaux, L. The Maltese Boatman’s Song. (Philadelphia: G. Willig, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4.

Wiesenthal, T. V. The Ingle Side, (Boston: C. Bradlee, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-2.

Fisher’s Hornpipe and College Hornpipe. (Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, n.d.).

Kathleen O’Moore. (Popular Ballad sung by Miss Louise Gillingham). (Philadelphia: Klemm & Brother, n.d.). pl. no. 528.

Hark! O’er the stilly lake. Arranged by G. Hodson. (Philadelphia: Fiot, Meignen & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Ives, E. Jr. I think of Thee. Words by Miss A. (from the New York Mirror). (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.).

Evening Hymn To The Virgin. Adapted to the Catholic Service by Rev. J. Hughes. (Philadelphia: J. Edgar, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-2.

Am I Not Fondly Thine Owne? (German air). (Baltimore: Geo. Willig Jr., n.d.).

Pinna, J. De. What Fairy Like Music (gondola song or duet). Words by Mrs. C. B. Wilson. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4.

When I Was A Girl of Eighteen Years Old. (Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, n.d.).

Green Hills of Tyrol. Arranged by T. Rovedino. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 4.

Weber, C. M. von. Ländler (New York: E. Riley, n.d.).

Rieff’s Quick Step. (Boston: C. Bradlee, n.d.).

Virginia (of Lord MacDonald’s Reel). (Boston: C. Bradlee, n.d.).

Mozart, W. A. “Much Admired Waltz” arranged for the Pianoforte with accompaniment for the Flute. (Philadelphia: Kretschmar & Nunns, n.d.).

“Mrs. MacDonald” (Baltimore: G. Willig Jr., n.d.).

“Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be” and “Over the Water to Charlie” (Baltimore: Geo. Willig, Jr., n.d.).

Wood, W. Jr. Bonny Doon with Variations. (New York: Firth & Hall, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3.

Titus March. (Boston: C. Bradlee, n.d.).

Bochsa. March. Arranged for Pianoforte by S. T. Rosenberg. (Philadelphia: Kretschmar & Nunns, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5.

Weber, C. M. von. Last Waltz. Arranged for Pianoforte by George Dutton Jr. (New York: George Dutton, 1836). Printed pp. 2-11.

Hunten, F. Buona notte amato bene (Venetian air). (New York: Dubois & Stodart, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-9.

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HMP-45. Folio sized, Half-bound volume in black leather. “Music” stamped in gold on the spine. Back cover is missing and front cover is loose from the spine.

Andrews, John C. Jennie! With Her Bonnie Blue E’E. Dedicated to Mrs. John E. Wool. (New York: W. Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 515.

Life Is But A Strife. Dedicated to Miss Elizabeth White. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, 1846). pl. no. 1019.

Yes, I Have Dared To Love Thee! (ballad). [by the author of “Will You Love Me Then Sa Now?” and Dearest, Then I’ll Love You More”]. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 1600.

Balfe, M. W. The Heart Bow’d Down from Bohemian Girl [as sung by Henry Phillips]. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 538.

Lee, Alexander. “I Am Dreaming Of Thee” [as sung by Miss Jane Andrews]. (New York: William Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 115.

Saroni, Herrman S. “I Wandered In The Woodland.” Words by Frances S. Osgood. (New York: W. Hall & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 486.

Shrival, R. G. “Oh! Share My Cottage Gentle Maid” (ballad). Dedicated to Captain Ludlow. (Baltimore: Frederick D. Benteen, 1843). Printed pp. 1-5. [page number 5 is torn; only a quarter of the printed page remains]. pl. no. 222.

Kneass, N. “Katy Dean” (New York: Firth Pond & Co., 1850). Printed pp. 1-4. pl. no. 602.

Proch, H. “My Heart Returns To Thee Again” (romance). Translated from the German by B. S. Barclay. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1843). Printed pp. 2-5.

[“A Lady of Richmond, VA”].“Why Art Thou Dad?” (romance). Dedicated to Miss Eliza Lambert. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1850). Printed pp. 1-5.

“Will You Love Me Then As Now?” (Boston: Oliver Ditson, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1694.

Kalliwoda, J. W. “When, Ah! When Wilt Thou Return?” or “Einsam Wandle Ich.” (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7.

“Sweet Memories of Thee.” Arranged and adapted to the Italian air “Benedetta sia La Madre” by W. C. Peters. Words by Amelia. Dedicated to Miss Susan Baker. (New York: W. Hall & Son, 1839). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1456.

Hewitt, J. H. “The Very Little Maid” Dedicated to “Little People.” (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1850).

Glover, Charles W. “The Conscript’s Departure.” Words by Charles Jefferys. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen). pl. no. 1486.

Glover, Charles W. “Cheer Up My Own Jeannette.” (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). pl. no. 1624.

“The Soldier’s Return.” Printed pp. 2-7. pl. no. 1625.

Viereck, J. C. “Miss Lucy Long,” op. 73. Dedicated to Julius Leupold. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-7.

Benkert, Geo. Felix. “Marion May” (ballad). [as sung by Mr. Dempster]. Dedicated to Paul B. Goddard. Words by Henry H. Paul. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1819). Printed pp. 2-5.

“The Richmond Polka” Arranged for the Pianoforte by Henri Cramer. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). pl. no. 752.

“The Elephant Polka” Arranged from Julien. (New York, Firth Pond & Co., 1848). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 161.

Conner, A. F. R. “The Evergreen Polka” [as performed by Conner’s Band]. Dedicated to Miss E. Holahan. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1847).

D’Albert, C. “Les Coquette Polka” (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1685.

“Gally Polka” [as performed by Dodworth’s Band]. Arranged by Allen Dodworth. (New York: Firth Hall & Pond, 1846). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 4040.

Polka Quadrilles. Arranged for Fortepiano by Stephen Glover. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 632.

Meyerbeer, G. Quadrille from Prophète. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7.

Donizetti, G. Pantalon, Été, Poule, Pastourelle, and Finale (quadrilles) from Linda Di Chamounix. Arranged for Pianoforte by N. Louis. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 1- pl. no. 574.

Boisselot, X. Quadrille from Ne Touchez Pas À La Reine Arranged for Pianoforte by Musard. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 1354.

Meyerbeer, G. Quadrilles from Prophète. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7.

Hesser, J. Z. Congress March. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). pl. no. 1757.

Adam, A. Galop Favori from Le Postillon de Conjumean. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.).

Silver Moon Quick Step. Arranged for Pianoforte by J. Hunter. (Baltimore, R. D. Benteen, n.d.). pl. no. 1631.

Deems, James M. Oh, Share My Cottage Quick Step. Dedicated to Richard J. Turner. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, 1845). pl. no. 550.

The Prize Banner Quick Step. Printed pp. 1-3. pl. no. 609.

La Fille Du Regiment Walts. Arranged for the Pianoforte. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). pl. no. 595.

Beyer, F. Evening Star Waltz, No. 1 as printed in Hours of Leisure. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7.

Good Bye Waltz. Dedicated to Miss Mary Guier. Arranged by Jos. K Opl. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, 1848). pl. no. 1435.

Burgmüller, F. Black Eyed Theresa Waltz. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). 

Burgmüller, F. Mazurka (arranged as a Rondo). (New York: F. Riley & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 3-5. pl. no 4.

Hunts, F. La Jolie Fille De Gand or The Pretty Girl of Gand, op. 119, no. 1. (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-9.. Pl. no. 309.

Boscha, N. C. Je Suis La Bayadère. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1848). Printed pp. 3-5.

Donizetti, G. Rondeau from Linda di Chamounix, as printed in Bouquet de Melodies, No. 8. Arranged by C. T. Brunner. (Philadelphia: C. F. Hupfeld & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5.


Bellini, Rondeau from I Capuleti e I Montecchi, as printed in Bouquet de Melodies. Arranged by C. T. Brunner. (Philadelphia: C. F. Hupfeld & Son, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-4 [pp. 2-3 appear to be missing].

Hünten, F. La Boule De Geige (polka), op. 159, no. 2 as printed in Fleurs Des Bois. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5.

Donizetti, G. excerpt from La Fille Du Regiment, no. 1 as printed in Italian Gems. Arranged by C. Le Carpentier. Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 1521.

Mozart, W. A. O Dolce Concento from Die Zauberflöte, as printed in Germany, 6 Popular Airs... Arranged by Czerny. (Philadelphia, A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 2-5.

Cramer, H. Il Desiderio. Dedicated to Emma Stern. (Philadelphia: A. Fiot, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5.

Hünten, F. La Cerrito (Italian waltz). (Baltimore: F. D. Benteen, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 491.

Comion, L. La Tyrolienne, op. 82, no. 1 as printed in Les 3 Cousines. (Boston: W. H. Oakes, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 240-5. 

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HMP-46. Folio sized volume, bound in black leather. “Music” stamped in gold on the front cover.

Hubbard, J. M. Robin Red-Breast. (Boston: O. Ditson & Co., 1859). Printed pp. 3-6.

Donaldson, O. Our Way Across The Sea, no. 15 as printed in Popular Duets. (New York: J. L. Peters, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1713-3.

Within A Mile of Edinburg Town (Scotch ballad), no. 17 as printed in Lays of Beauty. Baltimore: Henry McCaffrey, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 510.

Gounod, C. Le Parlate D’Amor from Faust. Words by M. L. L. (Philadelphia: G. André, 1865). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. G. A. & Co. 1136 5.

Gatty, Alfred Scott. O Fair Dove, O Fond Dove. Words by Jean Ingelow. Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no 5644 3.

Gumbert. O Bitt’ Euch Liebe Vogelein from Ferd. Arranged by Fanny Raymond. (Cincinnati, John Church, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 379-6.

Blockley, J. Come Into The Garden Maud (serenade). (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-8. pl. no. 18923.

Topliff, R. Ruth and Naomi as printed in Sabbath Melodies. (Baltimore: Geo. Willig Jr., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 1260.

Abt, Franz. Oh, ye tears! Oh, ye tears! Words by Dr. Mackay. (Toledo: W. W. Whitney, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5.

Donizetti, G. Search Thro’ The Wide World from Filled u Regiment, no. 11 as printed in Operatic Gems. (Cincinnati, W. C. Peters & Sons, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 2078-3.

Deming, L. L. I Cannot Sing to Night (ballad). (Boston: Henry Tolman & Co., n.d.). Dedicated J. P. Holbrook. Printed pp. 2-5. pl. no. 2198.

Allan Percy (ballad). Dedicated to Miss Margaret B. Morton. (Cincinnati: W. C. Peters & Sons, 1848). Printed p. 3. pl. no. 148-4.

Norton, Juanita (Spanish ballad). (Louisville, D. P. Faulds, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 1340-4.

Weber, C. M. von. Scena and Prayer from Der Freischütz. (Boston: Oliver, Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. 21877.

Meininger, Julius C. Star of Eve (with flute accompaniment). Words by Thomas B. Long. Dedicated Miss Sydney A. Carroll. (Louisville: W. McCarrell, 1864). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 18-4. v.

Dana, M. S. B. Flee As A Bird. (Boston: O. Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed 1-5. pl. no. 8907.

Scott, Lady John. Douglas. Words by Miss Mulock. (Louisville: Louis Tripp, 1869). Printed 1-3.

Cherry, J. W. Soft Skies of Bunny Italy. Words by J. E. Carpenter. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-5.

Verdi. Breeze of the Night from D’Amor Sull’ Ali Rosee. Arranged by Charles W. Glover. Words by Charles Jeffreys. Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 3797.

Leslie, E. Rock Me To Sleep, Mother. Words by Florence Percy. (Boston: G. D. Russell and Co., 1860). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 172.

Armand. That Bugler or The Upidee Song. Words by A. G. Knight. (New York: J. L. Peters, 1866). Printed pp. 1- pl. no. 291_3.

Handwritten score and notes contained on staff paper inserted at end of volume. Music titled “Seven Times Three Love.” Lyrics contained on reverse side. Signed by Mrs. L. Robinson, Vienna, Scott Co., Ind. 

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HMP-47. Folio sized. Half-bound volume in black leather. “Music” stamped in gold on the spine. Stamped on inside of front cover and on the fly leaf is the name “Robert L. Van Doren.

Verdi, G. Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore. Arranged by Francis H. Brown. (New York: W. Hall & Son, 1857). Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 4134.

Offenbach, J. Fantaisie De Salon from La Grande Duchesse, op. 214. Arranged by E. Ketterer. Printed pp. 1-11 pl. no. 811.

Wells, Charles. Potpourri Sur “Barbe-Bleue,” op. 81, no. 1. Printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. 24676.

Flowtow. Martha. Arranged by F. Beyer, no. 22 as printed in Beyer’s Repertoire.. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-7. pl. no. 2436.

Wely, Lefebure. Les Cloches Du Monastère (nocturne), op. 54. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1- pl. no. 5787.

Hoffman, Edward. Grand Fantasia on The Mocking Bird. (Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, 1864). Printed pp. 1-15. pl. no. 8988.15.

Badarzewska, T. La Prière D’une Vierge, op. 4. Printed pp. 1-5. pl. no. 4413.

Müller, Julius. Falling Leaves, op. 133. Dedicated to Miss Margaret S. Stewart. (New York: W. A Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 4835.

Smith, Sydney. Tarantelle Brillante in E Minor, op. 8. (New York: W. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-13. pl. no. 6911.

Slack, J. H. Home, Sweet Home, op. 3. (New York: S. T. Gordon, 1854). Printed pp. 1-7.

Trekell, J. Theodore. Sparkling Dewdrops. (New York: W. A. Pond & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. 5792.

Smallwood, W. The Sea Breeze, op. 87. (London: B. Williams, n.d.). Printed pp. 1- pl. no. 6011.

Schulhoff, Jules. Gold Fever Galop. (Boston: Oliver Ditson, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. 7411.

Grau, Durand de. Il Corricolo, op. 24. (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., 1867). Printed pp. 1- pl. no. 24446.

Wehli, James M. Galop de Bravoure, op. 16. (Cleveland: S. Brainard & Co., 1865). Printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. 1691.

Clapisson, L. Grande Valse Brillante from La Promise. Arranged by Frederic Burgmüller. Printed pp. 1-9. pl. no. 13458.

Burgmüller, Frederic. The Wandering Jew or Le Juif Errant. (Cleveland: S. Brainard & Sons, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-9.

Meyerbeer, G. Grande Valse Brillante from L’Étoile Du Nord. Arranged by F. Burgmüller. (Mayence: Schott Brothers, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-11. pl. no. 13345.


Gounod. Lancers from Faust. (New York: S. Dressler, n.d.). Printed pp.1- pl. no. 287-7.

Weber, C. M. von. Overture from Oberon. (London: Welsh & Hawes, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-17. pl. no. 3229.

Spohr, L. “Die Schwarzen,” “Dich Grüssen Unsre Lieder,” and “Er Kömt” (bk. 4) from Zemire & Azor. Arranged by Vincent Novello. Printed pp. 1-15.

Mozart, W. A. Symphony No. 5. Arranged for Flute, Violin and Violoncello by Muzio Clementi. Dedicated to Robert Grens Loraine. (London: Clementi & Co., n.d.). Printed pp. 1-25.

Dussek, J. L. Grand Concerto. Dedicated to Miss Cornelia Collins. (London: S. Chappell, n.d.). Printed pp. 1-31.

Bellini, V. “Meco All’ Altar,” “Fly At Liberty’s Call,” “Casta Diva,” “Return My Love Directed,” “To Gay Tiber’s Banks,” “Oh! Di Qual,” “Deh Conte,” “Mira Norma” and “Quat cor Tradisti” from Norma. Printed pp. 83- pl. no. pianista No. 75.

Spohr. “O, Day of Mutual Pleasure” and “He Comes” from Azor and Zemira. Arranged by J. F. Burrowes. Printed pp. 17-24.

Burrowes. Fantasia from La donna. Dedicated to the most Noble Marchionets of Londonderry. Printed pp. 1-11.

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HMP-48. Werke für clavier zu 2 händen von Robert Schumann. Volume 2. Neu revidiert von Adolf Ruthardt. Leipzig: C. F. Peters, n.d. 7003-5a. Half-bound volume in brown leather with green and blue marbled cover.

Schumann, Robert. Davidsbündlertänze, Opus 6.

Schumann, Robert. Carnaval, Opus 9.

Schumann, Robert. Novelletten, Opus 21.

Schumann, Robert. Phantasiestücke, Opus 12.

Schumann, Robert. Kreisleriana, Opus 16.

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HMP-49. Werke für clavier zu 2 händen von Robert Schumann. Volume 3. Neu revidiert von Adolf Ruthardt. Leipzig: C. F. Peters, n.d. 7006-9a. Half-bound volume in brown leather with green and blue marbled cover.

Schumann, Robert. Humoreske, Opus 20.

Schumann, Robert. Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Opus 26.

Schumann, Robert. Etudes symphoniques, Opus 13.

Schumann, Robert. Phantasie, Opus 17.

Schumann, Robert. Abegg – Variationen, Opus 1.

Schumann, Robert. Papillons, Opus 2.

Schumann, Robert. Toccata, Opus 7.

Schumann, Robert. Allegro, Opus 8.

Schumann, Robert. Intermezzi, Opus 4.

Schumann, Robert. Impromptus, Opus 5.

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HMP-50. Werke für clavier zu 2 händen von Robert Schumann. Volume 4. Neu revidiert von Adolf Ruthardt. Leipzig: C. F. Peters, n.d. 7010-13. Half-bound volume in brown leather with green and blue marbled cover.

Schumann, Robert. Vier Klavierstücke, Opus 32.

Schumann, Robert. Vier Fugen, Opus 72.

Schumann, Robert. Nachtstücke, Opus 23.

Schumann, Robert. Drei Phantasiestücke, Opus 111.

Schumann, Robert. Vier Märsche, Opus 76.

Schumann, Robert. Sieben Klavierstücke, Opus 126.

Schumann, Robert. Gesänge der Frühe, Opus 133.

Schumann, Robert. Studien nach Capricen von Paganini, Opus 3.

Schumann, Robert. Etudes de concert d’après des Caprices de Paganini, Opus 10.

Schumann, Robert. Drei Klavier-Sonaten für die Jugend, Opus 118.

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HMP-51. Werke für clavier zu 2 händen von Robert Schumann. Volume 5. Neu revidiert von Adolf Ruthardt. Leipzig: C. F. Peters, n.d. 7014-17b. Half-bound volume in brown leather with green and blue marbled cover.

Schumann, Robert. Sonate in Fis moll, Opus 11.

Schumann, Robert. Sonate in G moll, Opus 22.

Schumann, Robert. Concerto sans Orchestre, Opus 14.

Schumann, Robert. Konzert A moll, Opus 54.

Schumann, Robert. Konzertstück, Opus 92.

Schumann, Robert. Konzert-Allegro, Opus 134.

Schumann, Robert. Scherzo, Op. posth.

Schumann, Robert. Presto, Op. posth.

Schumann, Robert. Kanon “An Alexis.”

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HMP-52. Half-bound volume in dark blue cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

Mozart, W. A. Quatuors Pour Piano, Violin, Viola & Violoncelle. Leipzig & Berlin: C. F. Peters. #1 in G minor pg. 3. #2 in E-flat Major pg. 33.

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Quatuor für Pianoforte, Violine, Bratsche und Violoncell, opus 16. Leipzig & Berlin: C. F. Peters. Pg. 65

Schubert, Franz. Adagio et Rondo pour Piano, Violon, Violn et Violoncelle. Leipzig & Berlin: C. F. Peters. Pg. 101

Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix. Quartette für Pianoforte, Violine, Bratsche, Violoncell. Leipzig & Berlin: C. F. Peters. #1 in C minor, opus 1 pg. 129, #2 in F minor, opus 2 pg. 164, and #3 B minor, opus 3 pg. 200.

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HMP-53. Carulli, Gustave. Combat Naval de Navarin: Fantaisie pour le Piano-Forte: Hommage aux Flottes allies Francaises, Russes et Anglaises. Half-bound volume in brown leather with green and blue marbled inlay. Walter Yeh Collection.

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HMP-54. Viotti, J. B. A Complete Collection of Trios. Violin Primo. Half-bound volume in brown leather with silver marbled cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

First Set, opus 2. 2233

Second Set, opus 16. 2234

Third Set, opus 17. 2235

Fourth Set, opus 20. 2236

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HMP-55. Viotti, J. B. A Complete Collection of Trios. Violin Secondo. Half-bound volume in brown leather with silver marbled cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

First Set, opus 2. 2233

Second Set, opus 16. 2234

Third Set, opus 17. 2235

Fourth Set, opus 20. 2236

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HMP-56. Viotti, J. B. A Complete Collection of Trios. Violoncello. Half-bound volume in brown leather with silver marbled cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

First Set, opus 2. 2233

Second Set, opus 16. 2234

Third Set, opus 17. 2235

Fourth Set, opus 20. 2236

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HMP-57. Schuberth, Charles. Transcriptions pour Violoncelle avec Piano. Half-bound volume in brown leather with red, blue, and gray, marbled cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

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HMP-58. Half-bound volume in brown leather with red, blue, and gray, marbled cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

Kalkbrenner, Fred. Les Soupirs: Deux Nocturnes pour Piano. Hamburg & Leipzig: Schuberth and Company.

Schuberth, Charles. Violoncell (ou Violon) et Piano. Hamburg & Leipzig: Schuberth and Company.

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HMP-59. Piano & Cello Duets. Cello parts. Half-bound volume in black leather cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

Bennett, William S. Romanza.

Burgmiller, F. Trois Nocturnes.

Hummel. Sonata in F.

Bennett, Williams S. Sonata.

Kucken, F. Gosse Sonate.

Kucken, F. Am Chiemsee.

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Sonatas: op. 49, no. 1, and op. 49, no. 2.

Bach, Johann Sebastian. Sonatas.

Dolzauer, J. J. Rondinos, op. 131.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Adagio.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Arie from Zauberflote.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Arie from Don Juan.

La Romanascu. Danse Ancienne.

Bellini. Sonnanbula.

Hummel. Sonata in D.

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Sonata in F.

Hummel. Sonata in G.

Hummel. Sonata in B-flat.

Hummel. Sonata in E-flat.

Hummel. Sonate, op. 104.

Hummel. Fantasie.

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HMP-60. Piano & Cello Duets. Piano parts. Half-bound volume in black leather cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

Bennett, William S. Romanza.

Burgmiller, F. Trois Nocturnes.

Hummel. Sonata in F.

Bennett, Williams S. Sonata.

Kucken, F. Gosse Sonate.

Kucken, F. Am Chiemsee.

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Sonatas: op. 49, no. 1, and op. 49, no. 2.

Bach, Johann Sebastian. Sonatas.

Dolzauer, J. J. Rondinos, op. 131.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Adagio.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Arie from Zauberflote.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Arie from Don Juan.

La Romanascu. Danse Ancienne.

Bellini. Sonnanbula.

Hummel. Sonata in D.

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Sonata in F.

Hummel. Sonata in G.

Hummel. Sonata in B-flat.

Hummel. Sonata in E-flat.

Hummel. Sonate, op. 104.

Hummel. Fantasie.

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HMP-61. Irwin, S. W. Piano & Vocal. Half-bound volume in brown leather cover.

Webster, J. P. Lorena.

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HMP-62. Bachelder, Francis Cowell. Ouveruten fur das pianoforte. Half-bound volume in green marble leather cover. Walter Yeh Collection.

Righini. Triumph der Ariadne.

Schulz. Faust.

Mozart. Don Juan.

Mehul. Joseph.

Winter. Tamerlan.

Generali. die Bacchantinnen.

Mercandante. die verlassene Dido.

Rossini. Tancred.

Rossini. Mosas.

Rossini. Italienerin in Algier.

Gretry. Panurge.

Boieldieu. Johann v. Paris.

Mozart. Zauberflote.

Beethoven. Egmont.

Cherubini. Medea.

Cherubini. Wassertrager.

Himmel. die Sylphen.

Par. Griselda.

Par. Camilla.

Par. Intrigo amorose.

Rossini. Richard u Zoraide.

Rossini. Torwald u. Dorliska.

Beethoven. Fidelio.

Beethoven. Prometheus.

Kuhlau. die Rauberburg.

Marschner. Ali Baba.

Onslow. der Hausirer.

Nicolini. Carl der Grosse.

Wolfram. der Bergmonch.

Wurfel. Rubezahl.

Par. Sophonisbe.

Par. Sargino.

Kuffner. Johann v. Wieselburg.

Seidel. der hapellmeister von Venedig.

Weber. Peter Schmoll.

Spontini. Vestalin.

Rossini. Adelheid v. Burgund.

Rossini. Aurelian in Palmyra.

Auber. der Maurer.

Boieldieu. die weisse Dame.

Winter. Mahomed.

Winter. das unterbrochene Opferfest.

Mehul. die Jagd Heinrichs IV.

Meyerbeer. der Kreuzfahrer.

Spohr. Alruna.

Weigl. der Korsar.

Marschner. der Vampir.

Marschner. der Tampler e. die Judin.

Rossini. der Barbier v. Sevilla.

Rossini. die diebische Elster.

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HMP-63. Symphonifche Dichtungen fur Grosses Orchester. Arrangement fur zwei Pianofortes vom Componiften. Half-bound volume in brown leather cover.

List, Franz. Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne.

List, Franz. Tasso. Lamento e Trionfo.

List, Franz. Les Preludes.

List, Franz. Orphee.

List, Franz. Promethee.

List, Franz. Mazeppa.

List, Franz. Fest-Klange.

List, Franz. Heroide funebre.

List, Franz. Hungaria.

List, Franz. Hamlet.

List, Franz. Hunnen-Schlacht.

List, Franz. Die Ideale.

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HMP-64. Piano solo. Half-bound volume in green leather cover.

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HMP-65. Compositionen von Franz Liszt. Half-bound volume in brown leather cover.

3 Etudes de Concert.

3 Notturnos.

Le Rossignol.

Legendes.

Harmonies portinors et religieruses.

Andante Amoroso.

Danse des Sylphes Valse de la Damnation de Faust.

Sarabande und Chaconne aus G. F. Handel's "Almira".

Etudes Melodieques d'apres Schubert.

Rhapsodies hongroises.

2trs Concert. Hans von Bronsart.

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HMP-66. Klavierwerke. Instructive Ausgabe. Dr. Sigmund Lebert. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1887. Half-bound volume in blue leather cover.

Beethoven. werke fur pianoforte solo von op. 53.

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HMP-67. Half-bound volume in green leather cover.

Auber. Die Stumme von Portici (La Muette de Portici).

Adam. Si J'etais Roi.

Bellini. Norma.

Boieldieu. Der Calif von Badgad (La Calife de Bagdad).

Boieldieu. Die weisse Dame (La Dame blanche).

Herold. Zampa.

Donizetti. Die Regimentstochter (La Fille du Regiment).

Kreutzer. Das Nachtlager in Granada (Une Nuit a Grenade).

Reissiger. Die Felsenmuhle (Le Moulin de Rocher).

Nicolai. Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (Les joyeuses Commeres de Windsor).

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HMP-68. Piano Solos of Beyer, Oesten, Herz, and Czerny. Vol. 28. Half-bound volume in green leather cover.

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