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board, ii. 53 a; Organ, ii. 605 a ; Suite, iii. 7566, etc.

CLAVIHARP; Harp, iv. 668 a.

CLAVIJO, B. ; Vittoria, iv. 31 6 a.

CLAVIOL; Sostenuto PF., iii. 639 b.

CLAY, F., i. 3696; iv. 5936; Song, iii. 608 &.

CLAYTON, T., i. 3700 ; iv. 5936 ; Dieupart, i. 4466; Gallia, i. 578 a; Gresham Mus. Pro- fessorship, i. 627?) ; Hawkins, i. 700 a ; Haym, i. 7236.

CL DU CAVEAU, iv. 5936 ; Song, iii. 5976; Vaudeville, iv. 232 a.

CLEF, i. 370 a; Bass-Clef, i. 1500; C., i. 28905; F., i. 5000; G., i. 571 a; Keys, ii. 556; Mendelssohn, ii. 2976 ; Nota- tion, ii. 469*2, etc. ; Score, iii. 42705 ; Stave, iii. 6926; Tenor, iv. 88 &; Treble, iv. 165?); Voices, iv. 333 a ; Zacconi, iv. 497 a; Chiavette, iv. 58605; Guido D'Arezzo, iv. 660 a.

CLEGG, J., i. 3706; iv. 59405; Violin-playing, iv. 2986.

CLEMENS NON PAPA, i. 371 a ; iv. 594 a; Carlo, i. 31505; Haw- kins, i. 70005 ; JosquinDespre's, ii. 40 &; Lassus, ii. ioi&; Mass, ii. 228 &; Motet, ii. 373 &; Mus. Antiqua, ^.41105; Mus. Divina, ii. 4116; Ri- cercare, iii. 1266; Schools of Comp., iii. 2616; Tylman Susato, iv. 197 b ; Sistine Chapel, iv. 7940; Tre'sor Mus., iv. 80 1&.

CLEMENT, Felix, i. 37105; iv. 59405; Hist, of Mus., iv. 6 74 6, etc.

CLEMENT, Franz, i. 3716; Au- garten, i. 10405 ; Beethoven, i. 1 86 05, etc. ; Bridgetower, i. 275&; Eroica, i. 4936; Haydn, i. 71005, etc.; Seven Last Words, The, iii. 4766 ; Violin- playing, iv. 2986.

CLEMENT, J. G., i. 37205.

CLEMENTI,M.,i.37205; ^.59405;

Accent, i. 1405 ; Adagio, i. 2705 ; Auswahl, etc., i. 10505 ; Bach (C. P. E.), i. 1140;; Beethoven, i. 18305 etc.; Berger, i. 2310;; Bertini (B. A.), i. 23605; Bigot, i. 2416; Collard, i. 37705; Corfe (A. T.), i. 402 & ; Cramer, i. 4136; Cramer (J. B.), i. 41405 ; Czerny, i. 4256 ; Dussek, i. 476 a, etc. ; Ertm&nn, i. 493 b ; Etudes, i. 4966 ; Extempore playing, i. 4986; Field, i. 519 6, etc.; Fingering, 1.5 27 a;

��INDEX.

Gradusad Parnassum,i.6i6a; Grasshopper, i. 6196; Kalk- brenner, ii. 46 05 ; Klavier- Mus. Alte, ii. 63 &; Klengel, ii. 64 05 ; Lessel, ii. 1 24 05 ; Meyerbeer, ii. 321 a; Mo- scheles, ii. 37005; Mozart, ii. 38805, etc.; Mus. Lib., ii. 42105; Nageli, ii. 44205; Neate, ii. 45005 ; Paradies, ii. 647 & ; Philh. Soc., ii. 69805; PF., ii. 7166 ; PF. Mus., ii. ' 72505; PF.-playing, ii. 737 b, etc. ; Practical Harmony, iii. 2405; Rauzzini, iii. J8&', Royal Acacl. of Mus., iii. 18505; Schools of Comp., iii. 3086; Sonata, iii. 5706, etc. ; Sona- tina, iii. 58405; Specimens, Crotch's, iii. 65005 ; Spohr, iii. 657 b ; Steibelt, iii. 701 05 ; Studies, iii. 747 & > Tresor des Pianistes, iv. 16805; Wohl- temp. Klavier, iv. 48305 ; Zau- berflote, iv. 5036; Aspull, iv. 52501.

CLEMENZA DI TITO, La, i. 37405 ; Mozart, ii. 405 b.

CLEREAU ; Castro (J. de), i. 3196.

CLERINI, i. 37405.

CLEVE, J. de; Tre'sor Mus., iv. 8oi&.

CLIBANO; Sistine Chapel, iv.

��CLICQUOT, F. H., i. 37405 ; Dal-

lery, iv. 604?). CLIFFE, F. ; Training School,

National, iv. 1586. CLIFFORD, Rev. J., i. 3746; iv.

59405 ; Chant, i. 336 b. CLIFFORD, T., i. 3746. CLIFTON, J. C., iv. 59405. CLIVE, Catherine, Mrs., i. 3746 ;

Avoglio, i. 10605. CLOCKING. (See CHIMING, i.

34605.) CLODIENSI, J. ; Mus. Divina, ii.

4126. CLOSE, i. 37505; Cadence, i.

290 &; Form, i. 547 b ; Har-

mony, i. 675 05 ; Clausula, iv.

59205; Gregorian Tones, iv.

656 b. CLUER, J., i. 37505 ; Mus.-print-

ing, ii. 4366. COBBOLD, W., i. 375 05 ; Este

(T.),i. 495&; Hymn, i. 7626;

Madrigal, ii. 191 &; Oriana,

ii. 61105; Vocal Scores, iv.

3200. COCCHETTA. (See GABRIELLI,

C., i. 5730.) CoccHi,G.,i.375&; Scotch Snap,

iii. 437 b ; Semiramide, iii.

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461 a ; Siroe, Re di Persia, iii.

53405; Zenobia, iv. 50605. COCCIA, C., i. 375 &; iv. 59405;

Mendelssohn, ii. 26805 ; Verdi,

iv. 2526.

COCHE, V. ; Tulou, iv. 1866. COCKS & Co., i. 375&. CODA, i. 37605; Beethoven, i.

20405 ; Eroica, i. 49305 ; Form,

i. 5426, etc. ; Fugue, i. 56705,

etc.; Variations, iv. 2176,

etc. ; Working-out, iv. 4896. CODETTA, i. 3770;; iv. 59405;

Coda, i. 377 a; Fugue, i.

567 05, etc. ; Tonal Fugue, iv.

13505, etc. ; Episodes, iv. 6286. COENEN, J. ; Spinet, iii. 65305. COGAN, P., iv. 59405 ; Moore, ii.

36105; Rooke, iii. 15705; Trin.

Coll., Dublin, iv. 1706. COHEN, J. ; Reicher, iv. 770 a. COHEN, L.; Gr.Prix deRome, i.

6i8&. COKKEN; Conservatoire de Mus.,

i. 3926.

COL ARCO. (See ARCO, i. 81 &.) COLA; Calascione, i. 2976. COLASCIONE. (See CALASCIONE,

i. 297 b.) COLASSE; Mus. Lib., ii. 423 ;

Opera, ii. 5066 ; Song, iii.

593&; Campra, iv. 577 a. COLBRAN, I. A., i. 37705; Ros- sini, iii. 1696; Spontini, iii.

6676. COLE, J. ; Mus. Antiqua, ii.

41 1 a. COLETTI ; Singing, iii. 511 &;

De Reske, iv. 6nb. COLIN, C. ; Conservatoire de

Mus., i. 39305; Gr. Prix de

Rome, i. 6i8&; Vogfc, iv.

33205. COLKYN, J. ; Madrigal Soc., ii.

19405.

COLLA PARTE, i. 37705. COLLA VOCE. (See COLLA PARTE,

i. 37705.)

COLLA. (See AGUJARI, i. 4605.) COLLARD, i. 377 a; iv. 5946;

dementi, i. 373 05 ; Grass- hopper, i. 6196; PF.,ii. 7176,

etc.

COLLECTIONS OF Music, iv. 5946. COLLB ; C16 duCaveau, iv. 5936. COLLEGE YOUTHS, Ancient Soc.

of, i. 3776. COL LEGNO, i. 377&. COLLO ; Zauberflote, iv. 503 &. COLMAN, C., i. 377&; iv. 5946;

English Opera, i. 488 6 ; Lawes

(H.), ii. 10705; Mus. Lib., ii.

42105. COLMAN, E., i. 378*; iv. 5946;

Mus. Lib., ii. 42105.

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