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Additional Accompaniments, i. 306 ; ^Eolian Mode, i. 406 ; Anthem, i. 71 a; Arpeggio, i. 870 ; Baccusi, i. io8a ; Ca- valieri, i. 3276; Figure, i.

52 1 a ; Figured Bass, i. 5 2 2 a ; ommelli, ii. 38 a; Motet, ii. 376 a; Nanini (G. B.), ii. 443 &; Recitative, iii. 85 a; Schubert, iii. 3666 ; Schumann, iii. 4120; Song, iii. 6210, etc. ACCORDION, i. 256 ; ^Eolina, i. 40 b ; Instrument, ii. 6 a.

ACH GOTT VOM HlMMEL, iv.

5176; Zauberflote, iv. 5036.

Acis AND GALATEA, i. 26 a ; Handel,!. 6496; Mendelssohn, ii. 261 b.

ACKERS ; Orpheus, ii. 6136.

ACOUSTICS ; Airy (SirG.), i. 47 b ; Analysis, i. 636 ; Chladni, i. 34805; Diesis, i. 446 &; Drum, i. 4656 ; Kircher (A.), ii. 6ia; Metronome, ii. 3186; Mus. Assoc., The, ii. 417 a; Partial Tones, ii. 6 5 4 b ; Pitch, " 757 a > Sarti (G.), iii. 2290 . ; Savart (P.), iii. 2310; Sech- ter, iii. 4563 ; Siren, iii. 5176; Tartini, iv. 62 b ; Tem- perament, iv. 'job, etc.; Tiersch, iv. H4&; Timbre, iv. u6&; Tone, iv. 1416; Tromba ma- rina, iv. 1756 ; Mahillon (V.), iv. 708 a; Weber (G.), iv. 8i6a.

ACT, i. 26a.

ACT-TUNE (see Tune, iv. 1870).

ACTION, i. 26 a.

ACUTENESS, i. 26 & ; Arsis and Thesis, i. 95 b ; Bass, i. 147 6 ; Pitch, ii. 75 7 a.

ADAGIETTO, i. 2 7 a.

ADAGIO, i. 270; Abel (F. K.), i. 5<z; Langsam, ii. 900; Tempo, iv, 8 3 a.

ADAM, A. C., i. 276; iv/siSa; Auber, i. 1026; Ballet, i. 1326; Boieldieu, i. 25 7 a ; Cecilia, i. 3296; Chalet, Le, i- 33 2 a > Conservatoire de Mus., i. 392 b ; Giselle ou lea Wilis, i. 597 a; Harold, i. 7326; Lefe"bure - Wely, ii. 1 12 a; Opera, ii. 523 a; Orphe'on, ii. 612 a; Pedals, ii. 6826; Poise (P.), iii. 7; Postilion de Longjumeau, iii. 22a; Pougin (A.), iii. 236; Prince de la Moskowa, iii. 31 a ; Puget (Loisa), iii. 45 b ; St. Georges (Marquis de), iii. 2136; Scribe, iii. 4530; Song, iii. 621 a; Zemire et Azor, iv. 505 b ; Delibes, iv. 6106 ;

��INDEX.

Garcin, iv. 645 b ; Saxophone,

iv. 7806.

ADAM, C. F. ; Orpheus, ii. 6130. ADAM ; Lamoureux (C.),iv. 696 a. ADAM, L., i. 290; iv. 5186;

Chaulieu (C.), i. 3406 ; Con-

servatoire deMus., i. 3920, etc.;

Herold, i. 7310; PF.-music,

ii. 725 a ; PF.-playing, ii.

744 ; Ranz des Vaches, iii.

76 a ; Benoist (F.), iv. 543 6. ADAMBERGER, V., i. 290; iv.

5186; Curioso indiscreto, II,

i. 4240, ADAMI DA BOLSENA, i. 296;

Milan, ii. 329 a; Pales trina,

ii. 6350; Sistine Choir, iii.

��ADAMS, C. R. ; Strakosch, iii.

735 ADAMS, T., i. 296; Apolloni-

con, i. 75 a ; Interlude, ii. 76 ;

May (E. C.), ii. 2400 ; Men-

delssohn, ii. 2740; Peace, ii.

6776, note ; Voluntary, iv.

339 b; Lambeth, iv. 6956. ADAPTATIONS ; Cooke (T. S.), i.

398 a; Lachnith, ii. 826;

Lacy (M. R.), ii. 830. ADCOCK, J., i. 30 a. ADDISON, J., i. 3oa. ADDISON ; London Violin Ma-

kers, ii. 1635. ADDITIONAL ACCOMPANIMENTS,

i. 306; Accompt., i. 256;

Franz, i. 560* ; Handel, i.

6536; Killer (F.), i. 738 a;

Messiah, ii. 3156; Oratorio,

ii. 545 & ; Orchestra, ii. 563 a;

Orchestration, ii. 570 a; Perry,

ii. 693*; Schools of Comp.,

iii. 291 a, note. ADENEZ ; Chanson, i. 336 a. A DEUX MAINS, i. 376. ADLER, V. ; PF. -play ing, ii.

745 a. ADLGASSER, A. C., i. 376;

Haydn (Mich.), i. 702 a, note. AD LIBITUM, i. 376 ; Accompani-

ment, i. 20 a ; A tempo, i.

iooa; Piacere, A, ii. 7090;

Tempo, iv. 8 5 a. ADLUNG, J., i. 376; Agricola (J.

F.), i. 44 & ; Cembal d'amore, i.

330 a; Walther (J. G.), iv.

3816. ADOLFATI, A., i. 376 ; Quintuple

Time, iii. 6ia.

ADRIANO ; Ricercare, iii. 1 2 7 a. ADRIEN, F., i. 380. ADRIEN, M., i. 380; Conserva-

toire de Mus., i. 3920. ADSON; Este (T.), 1.4960. A DDE, i. 380. AELSTEBS, G. J., i. 38 a.

��AENGSTLICH, i. 3805; Mass, ii.

2346; Timidamente, iv. 1276;

Tramidarnente, iv. 15901. ^EOL-HARMONICA ; Seraphine,

iii. 4666. --EOLIAN HARP, i. 38 a; Instru-

ment, ii. 7 a ; Musurgia uni-

versalis, ii. 439 a.

��MODE, i. 396 ; Gre- gorian Modes, i. 6266 ; Modes Eccles.,ii. 3410; Tetrachord, iv. 94 &.

MOLINA, i. 406; Accordion, i. 256; Harmonium, i. 667 a.

^EOLSKLAVIEE ; ^Eolodion, i

40 J.

^EOLODION, i. 4o!> ; Harmonium,

i. 6670. JSoLOPANTOLON ; JSolodion, i.

41 a.

^ERSCHODT ; Carillon, i. 31 1 a. AERTS, E.,i. 410. AEVIA, iv. 5186. AFFETTUOSO, i. 41 a. AFFILARD, M. L., i. 41 a. AFRANIO, i. 41 a ; Bassoon, i.

151 b. AFRICAINE, L', iv. 5186;

Meyerbeer, ii. 3236. AFZELIUS, A. A., i. 416; Ar-

widsson, i. 966; Song, iii.

6106, etc. AGAZZARI, A., i. 41 b ; Boden-

schatz, i. 2536; Mus. Divina,

ii. 4116, etc.

AGITATO, i. 41 b ; iv. 5186. AGINCOURT; Song, iii. 6oia;

Mus. Lib., iv. 7230. AGNESI, L. F. L., iv. 5186;

Philh. Soc.,ii. 700 a ; Rossini,

iii. 1 76 a.

AGNESI, Maria T., i. 41 &. AGNUS DEI; Mass, ii. 2266;

Plain song, ii. 7670; Re-

quiem, iii. 1090;. AGOSTINI, L., i. 4205. AGOSTINI, P., 1.42 a; iv. 5 19 a ;

Agostini(P. S.), i. 420, note;

BainS, i. 2886; Foggia (F.),

i. 539 a; Mus. Divina, ii. 4116;

Saggio di Contrappunto, iii.

2I2; Mus. Lib., iv. 7260;

Rome, iv. 7 74 a. AGRELL, J., i. 42 b. AGRE"MENS, i. 42 b ; Couperin, i.

409 ; Grace-notes, i. 6150;

Manier, ii. 206 a; Mordent,

ii. 362 b ; Nachschlag, ii.

442 a; Notation, ii. 4776;

Portamento, iii. iSb ; Battery,

iv. 532*. AGRICOLA, A., i. 44 a ; iv. 519*1;

Josquin Despres, ii. 406, etc. ;

Lamentations, ii. 88 a; Ma-

drigal, 1 88 a ; Motet, ii. 3736;

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