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ORPHEOREON.

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��orplieoreon family. The player probably tuned

�SERIES II. 13.* IS.

�as he chose. The forms 'Orpharion' and 'Pan-

�1. The woods. Mendelssohn.

�30. Song of the worthy man. Do.

�dora' occur in a book on the Lute and other instruments, entitled 'The Schoole of Musicke,'

�2. Spring Is come. Do. S. O hills. O vales'. Do. 4. The nightingale. Do.

�31. The Rhine. Do. 32. 'TIs the song whose spirit. Do. 33. Student's parting song. Do.

�by Thomas Robinson, London, 1603. A copy is in the British Museum. There is another instru-

�6. The vale of rest. Do. 6. Hunting song. Do. 14.

�19. 34. The 31st of May. Mollque. 35. .Love. Cherubim.

�ment which Prsetorius describes as being like a

�7. Turkish drinking song. Do.

�36. Where 's the gain ? L. De Call.

�pandore in the back ; this was the Quinterna, or

�8. The hunter's farewell. Do.

�37. Convivial song. Molique. 38. Evening comes, Belcke.

�Chiterna. It differed, however, in other respects,

�10. The voyage. Do.

�20.*

�as the ribs, belly, etc., were of simple outline, and the bridge was straight. He says it was tuned

�11. Love and wine. Do. 12. Spring's journey. Do. 15.

�39. The New Year. Mendelssohn. 40. The happy lover. Do. 41. The shepherd's song. Do.

�like the very earliest lutes (</), and depicts it in

�13. 0n the sea. Do.

�42. The wood minstrels. Do.

�his illustrations as not unlike a guitar.

�14. *In the woods. Do. 15. Hie thee, shallop. Kiicken.

�44. The wandering minstrels. Do.

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�16. War song. Do. 17. The miller's daughter. HSrtel. 16.

�45. Tell me on what holy. Fuss. 46. When the hues. Reissiger.

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�18. Go, speed thy flight. Otto. 19. Let us be joyful. Schneider.

�47. What is life? Blum. 48. I think and dream. Sutor. 49. Old Bacchus. Ackers.

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�20. The trooper's song. Weber.

�50. Serenade. Busse.

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�21. Not a spot on earth. Winter.

�22.*

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�22. Shall e'er my heart. Do. 23. *May song. Mendelssohn.

�51. Remembrance. Mendelssohn.

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�24. The-mornlng walk. Gade. 25. Che bel contento. Seyfried.

�53. Spring song. Do. 54. In the forest. Do.

�ORPHEUS. A collection of Part-songs or

�17.

26. The merry wayfarer. Men-

�23.* 55. Life's bright dream. F. Geyer.

�Vocal Quartets by German composers, with

�delssohn.

�24.

�English words, published in parts and com-

�27. Farewell meeting. Do. 28. Serenade. Do.

�56. The young musicians. Kiicken. 57. The Rhine. Do.

�pressed score. It was started by Messrs. Ewer

�29. Eastern drinking song. Do.

�58. O wert thou. Do.

�about 1840, and has been continued to the present

�SERIES III.

�day by their successors, Novello, Ewer & Co.

�25. 31.*

�The books and songs marked with * are for Mixed voices ; the others for Equal ditto.

�1. An old romance. In three movements. Mendelssohn. 2. I would that my. Reissiger.

�28. Song of night. Mendelssohn. 29. An old love song. Do. 30. Alone. Do.

� �3. The brook. Do.

�31. Greeting. Do.

�SERIES I.

�4. Winter song. Dorn.

�32. Spring song. Do.

�i.

�43. Wave high your hats. Baur.

�26.

� �1. Bright sword. Weber.

�44. *The swallows. Fohlentz.

�5. Love beareth patiently. Hies.

�32.*

�2. Youthful flower. Blum.

�45. Harold Harfager. H. Werner.

�6. The time of song has come. Do.

�33. Home. Benedict.

�S. Sl'ent night. Weber.

�46. Dr. St. Paul. Zelter.

�7. Good night. Kiicken.

�31. Faith. Franz.

�4. O'er moor and. Spohr.

�47. Oft when night. De Call.

�8. Tlie secret. Reissiger.

�35. Spring. Mailer.

�6. Come. buys. Marschner.

� �9. *It is decreed. Mendelssohn.

�36. On the water. Cuvr.

�6. Merry and free. H. Werner. 2. 7. The sabbath call. Kreutzer.

�8. 48. The twelve. G. W. Fink. 49. Libera me, Domlnel Kalli- woda.

�27.* 10. The unknown land. Fanny Hensel, nee Mendelssohn.

�37. The water lily. Gade, S3.* 38. Swiss Volkslied. Kilcken.

�8. Evening. De Call. 9. Flano. piano. Seyfried. 10. Banish, oh '. maiden. Lorenz. 11. Lutzow's wild hunt. Weber.

�50. The chapel. Kreutzer. 51. Under every tree-top. Kuhlau. 52. The rifleman. F. Otto. 53. Pleasing pain. De Call.

�11. In autumn. Do. 12. Morning's greetings. Do. 13. The woodland valley. Do. 14. The woods are glowing. Do.

�39. Volkslied. Swabiau. 40. Tyrolese Volkslied. Kucken. 41. Farewell. Swabian.

�12. Soldier's song. Werner.

�54. Thro' woods* fields. Kreutzer.

�28.

�34.*

� �55. Ah ! tell me not. Mendelssohn.

�15. Love and courage. Spohr.

�42. How can a bird. Abt.

�3. 13. Hark 1 above us. Kreutzer.

�9.

�16. Toast. 7ollner. 17. Serenade. Kacken.

�43. In spring time. Do. 44. The rover's joy. Do.

�14. In the twilight. Weber.

�66. The cuckoo. Spohr.

�18. Hard times. DiXrruer.

�45. Evening song. Do.

�15. Lovely night. Chwatal.

�57. Lite's deceit. Steinacker.

�29.*

�46. The flower's review. Do.

�16. The two roses. Werner. 17. The toper's glee. Zelter.

�58. Huntsman's joy. C. Kreutzer. fa. Maiden, listen. C. F. Adam.

�19. Thedeeprepo-e of night. Men- delssohn.

�35.

�18. Hunting chorus. Weber.

�no. Beauteous clouds. F. Werner.

�20. Autumn song. Do.

�47. Laura's prayer. A. Diabelll.

�19. Integer vitee. Flemming.

�61. Parting. F. Otto.

�21. The lark song. Do.

�48. The morning stroll. 11. Esser.

�4.

�10.

�22. The primrose. Do.

� �20. The huntsmen. F. Kreutzer.

�62. The first day of spring. Men-

�23. Homage to spring. Do.

�36.

�21. Farting. F. Otto.

�delssohn.

�30.

�49. O fatherland. Abt.

�22. O! sauctlsslma. Do. 23. He who trusts. Eisenholer.

�63. War song. H. Werner. 64. Serenade. Eisenhofer.

�24. world, thou art. Hlller. 25. Image of the rose. Reichardt.

�50. Jlerry May. Do. 61. Thuringian Volkslied. Do.

�24. Maying. Mailer.

�65. Bacchanalian. Pohlentz.

�26. Tears of anguish. Do.

�52. Farewell, thou lovely. Do.

�25. Absence. F. Schneider.

�C6. The mariner's return. Hoesler.

�27. Serenade. Mailer.

�53. Evening. Do.

�6.

�67. Huntsman's song. Pohlentz.

� �26. On fragrant myrtles. Mailer. 27. Oh ! cruel maid. Kalliwoda. 28. Twine, ye roses. Pohlentz.

�68. Spring time. Kreutzer. CD. Hope and faith. Weber.

11.

�SERI

a.

1. Hasten to the fight. Mozart. 2. Union. Marschner.

�ES IV. 17. A spring lament. Do. 18. Farewell. Do. 19. The Lurley. Do.

�29. The sun Is gone. Bergt.

�70. The equinox. Kreutzer.

�3. The battle-fleld. H. Werner.

�40.*

�30. Den con me. Seyfried. 31. Dear maid. De (Jail. 32. The sacrifice. Fuss.

�71. Hilarity. Dehn. 72. The recompense. Mendelssohn. 73. The request. Bertelsmann.

�4. The united band. J. Otto. 6. On the march. Becker.

�20. Vlneta. F. Abt. 21. The three chafers. H. Truhn.

�6.

�74. The wood nymph. Sutor.

�38.* 6. Thy goodness. Beethoven.

�22. Northman's song. Kacken. 23. The dance. J. Otto.

�33. I tell thee, boy. Grass'nl.

�12.

�7. God Is my song. Do.

�41.*

�34. Soldier's chorus. Werner. 35. The ladles. Reichardt. M. Mariner's song. M. Haydn.

�75. >Hark. hark 1 the lark. Kucken. 76. *Lord. have mercy. Mendels- sohn.

�8. I love my God. Do. 9. Swiftly fades my life. Do. 10. The heavens proclaim. Do.

�24. The tnconstants. Schumann. 25. The heath ruse. Do.

�37. To song. Weber. 38. King Joy. Werner.

�77. Hope and fear. F. Otto. 78. Boat song. F. Schubert.

�11. God my help. Hauptmann. 12. Look up to God. Do.

�27! The Highland lassie. Do.

�39. *Luci serene. Seyfried.

�79. The dying child. J. J. Viotta.

�13. Prayer. Do.

�42.

�7.

�80. Soldier's love. F. Kiicken.

�39.*

�2S. Rattlln' roarin' Willie. Do.

�40. The vesper hymn. Beethoven 41. The miner's song. Annacker.

�81. The complaint. F. Otto. 82. Gondolier's serenade. K.Schu-

�14. A lament. Volkslied. 15. To the sunshine. Do.

�29. Fellow passengers. Do. 30. Thelovely Adelaide. Volkslied.

�42. Jululice. Xauminn.

�bert. ' 16. Annie of Tliaraw. Do.

�31. To the wood we'll go. Do.

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