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Sumer is icumen in, iii. 7656 ; Hist, of Mus., iv. 6740.

BDSCHMANN ; Terpodeon, iv. 93 a.

BUSNOIS, A., i. 2856 ; L'homme Anne", ii. 1270 ; Madrigal, ii. 1 88 a; Polyphonia, iii. I3; Schools of Comp., iii. 260 a ; Sistine Chapel, iv. 794.

BUSSE; Orpheus, ii. 613?).

BDSSINE; Conservatoire, i. 393 #; ZurMuhlen, iv. 8i8&.

BUTLER, T. H., i. 286a; Pro- gramme Mus., iii. 37 &.

BUTLER; Ballad, i. 129 a; Bar, i. 1366.

BUTTSTEDT, F. V. ; Tre'sor des Pianistes, iv. i68a.

BUDS, J. de ; Berchem (J.), i. 2300; Merulo, ii. 3146, note; Wert, iv. 445 a.

BUXTEHUDE, D., i. 286 a, iv. 571 &; Bach (J. S.), i- U4&5 Kirchen Cantaten, ii. 60 a; Organ, ii. 5866; Passacaglia, ii. 66ia; Programme Mus., iii. 36 ; Spitta, iii. 6566; Suite, iii. 757 a; Theile (J.), iv. 99 a ; Variations, iv. 2 20 a ; Bach (J. S.), iv. 5270.

BUXTON, E. ; Ewer & Co., iv. 630 a.

BUYTEN, M. van; Mus. -print- ing, ii. 4360.

��INDEX.

BUZIAU ; Philh. Soc., ii. 7000. BUZZOLA, A.; Verdi, iv. 253a. BYFIELD, J., iv. 5716; Organ, ii.

5966.

BYFIELD, J., jun., iv. 5716. BYFIELD, JORDAN and BRIDGE,

iv. 571 &.

BYLINAS ; Song, iii. 6i2&. BYRD, T., iv. 5740; Bull, i.

��BYRD, W., i. 2866; iv. 5716; Ambrosian Chant, i. 60 a; Anthem, i. 706 ; Barnard, i. 140 a ; Boyce, i. 268 a ; Bull, i. 282 &; Canon, 1.3046; Carman's Whistle, i. 3156; Case (J.), i. 3i8&; Cathedral Mus., i. 325 a; Creed, i. 4156; Este (T.), i. 495&, etc. ; Ferrabosco (A.), i. 512 a; Gibbons (O.), i. 594 & ; Glee Club, i. 599 a; Harmony, i. 672*; Hawkins, i. 700 a ; Haym, i. 7 2 3& ; Horsley, i. 753 &; Hymn, i. 761 a; Klavier Mus., Alte, ii. 636; Kyrie, ii. 79 &; Leighton, ii. I I4a ; Lesson, ii. 1 24a ; Litany, ii. 1 52 a; Madrigal, ii. 191 a; Magnificat, ii. 197 a ; Mass, ii. 2306; Morley, ii. 3676; Mo- tett, ii. 3756, etc.; Motett Soc., ii. 3766; Mundy (W.), ii. 4090; Mus. Antiqua, ii.

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4116; Mus. Transalpina, ii. 416 a; Mus. Antiquarian Soc., ii. 4166; Mus. Lib., ii. 4176, etc. ; Music-printing, ii. 435 a ; Non Nobis, ii. 464 a; Parthenia, ii. 653 a; Part Mus., ii. 657 a; Passa- mezzo, ii. 6620; Plain Song, ii. 7690, ; Programme Mus., iii. 35 &; Recte et Retro, iii. 876; Sanctus, iii. 224?); Schools of Comp., iii. 272?;, etc.; Service, iii. 4726; Sounds and Signals, iii. 644 a ; Speci- mens, Crotch's, iii. 6496 ; Sub- ject, iii. 75<Da; Suite, iii. 755 J), etc.; Tally s, iv. 53 &; Te Deum, iv. 68 a ; Tomkins (T.), iv. I34&; Tuilway, iv. 1 98 a; Variations, iv. 217?); Versicle, iv. 257 a; Vespers, iv. 257 &; Virginal Mus., iv. 307 a, etc.; Vocal Scores, iv. 3196, etc. ; Watson (T.), iv. 387(1; Burney, iv. 5/06; Cantiones sacrae, iv. 578 a ; Carol, iv. 5806 ; Mass, iv. 713 a; Mus. Lib., iv. 723?); Part books, iv. 74001; Tally s, iv. 798 a.

BYRNE, D. ; Irish Mus., ii. 1 9 a.

BYRON ; Strakosch, iii. 735 a.

��C.

��C, i. 2890; iv. 5740; Canto, i. 306 a ; Common Time, i. 381 a.

CABALETTA, i. 2896; Pacini (G.), ii. 6276; Rossini, iii. i76a.

CABALLERO, M. F. ; Eslava, i. 495 a.

CABEL, E., iv. 5746.

CABEL, Marie J., i. 2896 ; iv. 574.

CABINET PIANO, i. 290 a; iv. 574&; Cottage Piano, i. 4076.

CABO, F. J. ; Eslava, i. 4950.

CABRERA, F. ; Eslava, i. 495 a.

CACCINI, G., i. 2900; Bardi, i. 1 39 a; Cantata,!. 3046 ; Cava- lieri, i. 327 a; Figured bass, i. 522a; Florence, i. 5336; Harmony, i. 6736; Inter- mezzo, ii. 85; Monodia, ii. 354 &; Opera, ii. 498 a; Per- gola, La, ii. 686 a; Peri, ii. 6906; Rochlitz, iii. 142 a; Schools of Comp., iii. 2 78 b ; Shake, iii. 480 a ; Singing, 5046, etc.; Song, iii. 5876;

��Theorbo, iv. ioia ; Thorough- bass, iv. io8i; Trill, iv. 1696; Burney, iv. 571 a', Mus. Lib., iv. 726a.

CACHUCHA, i. 2906; Seguidilla, iii. 457 a.

CADEAC, P., i. 2906.

CADENCE, i. 290 b ; Close, i. 375 a; Form, i. 5466, etc. ; Harmony, i. 674a, etc. ; Imperfect, i. 7666; Inganno, ii. 3a; In- terrupted cadence, ii. 1 1 a ; Mixed cadence, ii. 3386; Per- fect, ii. 686 a ; Plagal cadence, ii. 7 60 a; Radical cadence, iii. 636; Seventh, iii. 477 a; Part-writing, iv. 741 &

CADENCE ; Agre"mens, i. 43 a.

CADENT ; Agre"mens, i. 43 6.

CADENZA, i. 2936; iv. 5746; Bar, i. 1376; Concerto, i. 3876, etc. ; Extempore play- ing, i. 499 & ; Fioriture, i. 5286; Melisma, ii. 2486; Mendelssohn, ii. 2726; Peri- elesis, ii. 691 6 ; Point d'Orgue, iii. 6 &.

��CAECILIA, i. 294?) ; iv. 5746;

Mus. Periodicals, ii. 4306. CAECILIAN SOCIETY, i. 295 a; iv.

��CAECILIEN - VEREIN ; Balde- necker, i. 1 26 a; Killer (F.), i. 737 j; Schelble (J.N.), iii. 2 44 a ; Schools of Comp., iii. 3i2a.

CAESAR, i. 2956.

CAESAR, J., i. 295 & ; iv. 5746. C^SUR^E; Metre, ii. 3170;

Modulation, ii. 347 a. CAFARO, P., i. 2956; iv. 5746;

Caffarelli (G.), i. 295 & ;

Fitzwilliam Coll., i. 5306;

Latrobe, ii. 102 b ; Naples,

ii. 446 a ; Olimpiade, ii. 4966;

Sala (N.), iii. 2176; Solfeggio,

iii. 5476; Mus. Lib., iv. 726a. CAFFARELLI, G. M.. i. 295 b ;

Cafaro, i. 2956; Gizziello, i.

5976; Leo, ii. 121 a; Majo-

rano, ii. 200 &; Pacchierotti,

ii. 6256; Porpora, iii. 176;

Singing, iii. 505 a, etc.; So-

prano, iii. 6 36 a.

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