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Dotzauer, i. 457 a ; Grutzma-

cher, i. 635(1. DRECHSSLEB, J. G. ; Hist, o

Mus., iv. 6766. DREHEE, i. 463 a. DRESSLER; Beethoven, i. 163 a. DRESSLEB, G. ; Scbroeter, iv.

7866. DREULETTE; Cabel (Marie), i.

28 9 b. DREXEL, J. ; United States, iv.

��DREYSCHOCK, A., i. 46305; Jul- lien, ii. 456; Philh. Soc., ii. 6996; PF. Mas., ii. 7326; PF.-playing, ii. 742 b; Rea, iii. 7905 ; Tomaschek, iv. 1336 ; Wrist Touch, iv. 491 a.

DRIEBERG, F. von ; Caecilia, i. 295 a ; Hist, of Mus.. iv. 675 a.

DROGHIERINA (See CHIMENTI,

  • 345 &

DRONE, i. 463 a; Bagpipe, i.

1236; Burden, i. 283?); Chaun-

ter, i. 341 a ; Faux-Bourdon, i.

5096 ; Hurdy Gurdy, i. 7590;

Irish Mus., ii. 206 ; Musette,

ii. 4iob; Pedal Point, ii.

6790; ; Scotish Mus., iii. 439 b ;

Song, iii. 5936; Tromba Ma-

rina, iv. 1 76 a. DROUET, L. F. P., i. 4636;

iv. 6i8b; Gordon (W.), i.

6iob; Hortense (Queen), i.

7 54 a ; Mendelssohn, ii. 2636 ;

Midsummer Night's Dream,

ii. 3280;; Partant pour la

Syrie, ii. 65305; Song, iii.

595 & ; Tulou, iv. i86a. DRUM, i. 463 b; iv. 6i8; Ad-

ditional Accompaniments, i.

366; Bass-Drum, i. 150 a;

C., i. 2896; Gran Cassa, i.

6i6b; Grosse Caisse, i. 63405;

Haydn, i. 70305; Instrument,

ii. 705 ; Janitscharen, ii. 31 05 ;

Kettle Drums, ii. 51 b; Mili-

tary Drum, ii. 33105; Nota-

tion, ii. 478 a; Orchestra, ii.

561 & ; Partial Tones, ii. 6546 ;

Philidor (Jacques), ii. 70305;

Pipe and Tabor, ii. 7546;

Rowland (A.), iii. 1836;

Senza Piatti, iii. 4636; Side

Drum, iii. 49205; Smart (Sir

G.), iii. 53705; Sordini, iii.

638 05 ; Sounds and Signals, iii.

642?); Staccato, iii. 6856;

Symphony, iv. 216; Tabor,

iv. 51 05 ; Tambourin, iv. 55 05 ;

Tenor Drum, iv. 88 a; Tone,

iv. 14205; Tonnerre, iv. 1506;

Tucket, iv. 18505; Turkish

Mus., iv. 191 05; Wind-band, iv.

46405, etc.; Pauken, iv. 74505.

��INDEX.

DRUM, EGYPTIAN; Drum, i.

4636 ; Tambourine, iv. 556. DBUBY LANE, i. 4666; iv. 6i8b. DUBLIN; Professor, iii. 3305;

Degrees, iv. 6ioa. DUBOIS, C. F. T., iv. 6i8b;

Conserv. de Mus.,i. 39305 ; Gr.

Prix de Rome, i. 6i8b; Or-

phe'on, ii. 6i2& ; St. Saens, iii.

2I5&.

DUBOURG, G.,i. 46705; iv. 6190;

Violin, iv. 286b ; Hist, of

Mus., iv. 6766. DUBOURG, M., i. 46705 ; Clegg, i.

370 & ; Geminiani, i. 5876 ;

Violin-playing, iv. 289. DUBRUCQ ; Trinity Coll., London,

iv. 1716.

DUBUQUE; Song, iii. 6136. Due, Le. (See LEDUC.) Ducci, A. and M. ; Organ, ii.

60205.

DUCHAMP, Mile. ; Garat, i. 581 b. DuCHAMBGE, Mine. ; Song, iii.

595 & -

DUCHEMIN ; Goudimel, i. 61205.

Ducis, B., i. 467^; Song, iii. 62005; Chorale, iv. 58905; Trdsor mus., iv. 8oib.

DucouDRAY,B.(See BOURGAULT, iv. 55705.)

DUCROQUET ; Organ, ii. 601 05.

DUDDYNGTON, A.,i.468o5; Organ, ii. 58805.

DUDIK ; Song, iii. 6145.

DUDKA ; Song, iii. 61305.

DUDOSO ; Eslava, i. 495 05.

DURRNER; Orpheus, ii. 613 b.

DUET, i. 468 05 ; Part-Song, ii. 6576 ; Primo, iii. 30?;.

DUETTINO, i. 46805.

DUFAY. (See FAY, iv. 6340.)

DUFOUILLOUX ; Horn, i. 748 a.

DUFOUR ; Spohr, iii. 65705.

DUFRESNE ; Musard, ii. 4096.

DUGAZON, G., i. 46805; Con- servatoire, i. 392 a; Trial, iv. 1 686.

DUGAZON, R., i. 46805.

DUGGAN ; Song, iii. 6086.

DUHEM ; Conservatoire, Brussels, i. 5926.

DUIFFOPRUGCAR, G. ; Violin, iv. 28005.

DUJARDIN. (See ORTO, M. de.)

DUKE, T. and R. ; London Violin Makers, ii. 16405, etc.

DULCE DOMUM; Reading (J.), iii. 796.

DULCIANA; Organ, ii. 597?).

DULCIMER, i. 46805; iv. 619*1 ; Cembalo, i. 33005 ; Gusikow, i. 641?); Hammer, i. 647 b; Harpsichord, i. 688 b; In- strument, ii. 7 a; Pantaloon,

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ii. 64505; PF., ii. 7io, etc.; Psaltery, iii. 446, etc. ; Rose, iii. 16105.

DULCINUS, F. B. ; Bodenschatz, i. 2540:.

DULCKEN, Louise, i. 46905; iv. 61905 ; Bohrer, i. 2 55 a ; David (Ferd.),i. 43305; Mendelssohn, ii. 26305 ; Philh. Soc., ii. 6990; ; PF.-playing, ii. 744 ; Regondi, iii. 9 7 a.

DULCKEN, Sophie ; Lebrun (S.), ii. J09&.

DULICHIUS ; Bodenschatz, 1.253 a >

DUMANOIR, G. ; Roi des Violons, iii. 14605, etc. ; Vingt-quatre Violons, iv. 266b.

DUMANOIR, M. G. ; Roi des Vio- lons, iii. 1466.

DUMBA, M. ; Schubert, iii. 3210, note, etc.

DUMERSAN, F. M. ; Chanson, i. 336 a ; Hist, of Mus., iv. 6750;.

DUMON ; Conservatoire, Brussels, i. 592 b.

DUMONT, Louise. (See FARRENC, i. 50805.)

DUMONT, H. ; Part Mus., ii. 6 5 6b.

DUMONT ; Klavier-Mus., Alte, ii-. 6305.

DUN, F., iv. 61905 ; Scotish Mus., iii. 452 a; Wilson (J.), iv. 46305.

DUNCAN, G. ; Violin, iv. 28405.

DUNCAN, J. ; Irish Mus., ii. 1905.

DUNCKER ; Harmonica, i. 66305.

DUNI, E. R., i. 46905 ; Olimpiade, ii. 4966; Pergolesi, ii. 687?); Philidor, ii. 704 b.

DUNKLER ; Violoncello - playing, iv. 30105.

DUNSTABLE, J., iv. 6i9; Haw- kins, i. 70005; Mass, ii. 226b; Motet, ii. 37205; Schools of Comp., iii. 27005, etc. ; Dance Rhythm, iv. 605 b; Hist, of Mus., iv. 673 b.

DUODRAMA, i. 469 b.

DUPARC. (See FRANCESINA, La, i. 558 .)

DUPHLY; Tre"sor des Pianistes, iv. i68b.

DUPONT, A., iv. 621 a ; Conser- vatoire, Brussels, i. 592 b ; PF.- playing, ii. 745 ; Frickenhaus, iv. 64305.

DUPONT, J., iv. 621 a; Conser- vatoire, Brussels, i. 592 b. DUPONT, sen. ; Boccherini, i. 25105.

DUPORT ; Schubert, iii. 3456.

DUPOTZ ; Song, iii. 597 05. DUPORT, J. L., i. 47005 ; iv. 62 1 a ; Franchomme, i. 558 b; Kraft,

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