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Seyfried, iii. 4786; Sketches,

iii. 5286; Straus (L.), iii.

737 a; Tenth Symphony, iv.

92 b ; Thematic Catalogue, iv.

99 b; Vaterlandische Kiinst-

lerverein, iv. 8076. NOTTURNO. (See NOCTURNE, ii.

4 6ob.) NOURRIT, A.,ii. 4796 ; Academic

de Musique, i. 96; Chopin,

i- 35 & > Conservatoire, i.

3926; Garcia.i. 5820; Hiller

(Ferd.), i. 737 a; Mendels-

sohn, ii. 2 76 a; Parisienne,

La, ii. 650 a; Poliuto, iii. 76 ;

Rossini, iii. 172 a; Schubert,

iii. 35/a ; Spontini, iii. 6670;

Stoltz, iii. 71 7a; Wartel, iv.

3836; Castellan, iv. 582?);

Falcon (Marie C.), iv. 63 2 a. NOURRIT, L., ii. 479 6 ; Garat, i.

581 b. NOVELLETTEN, ii. 480 b; Schu-

mann, iii. 4090, etc. NOVELLIS, DE; Strakosch, iii.

��NOVELLO, C., ii. 4816. NOVELLO, Clara, ii. 481 & ; Handel Festival, i. 6586; Men-

��INDEX.

delssohn, ii. 2 75 a; Philh. Soc., ii. 6990; Scotish Mus., iii. 45 1 & ; Singing, iii. 5106, etc.

NOVELLO, J. A., ii. 4820. (See NOVELLO, EWER & Co., ii. 48 2 a.)

NOVELLO, M., ii. 482 a.

NOVELLO, V.,ii.48ob ; Accompani- ment, i. 24?) ; Arrangement, i. 93 b; Choral Harmonists' Soc., i. 35 2 a ; Choron, i.354 a 5 Classical Harmonists, i. 352 a ; Dragonetti, i. 4620; Holmes (Ed.),i. 744; Improperia, ii. 20, ; Mendelssohn,ii. 2 746, etc. ; Miserere, ii. 3 36 a; Philh. Soc., ii. 698 a ; Stokes, iii. 7 1 7 a.

NOVELLO, EWER & Co., ii. 482 a; iv. 7326; Lied ohne Worte, ii. I35& ; Mus. Periodicals, ii. 42 7 a, etc.; Mus. -printing, ii. 436b; Novello (Vincent), ii. 482 a; Orpheus, ii. 613 a; Part-Song, ii. 6596; Tours (B.), iv. 155 a; Ewer & Co., iv. 63ob.

NOVERRE, J. G., ii. 483 a; Mozart, ii. 386 a; Treitschke (M.), iv. 1 66 a.

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NOWAKOWSKI, J. ; PF. Mus., ii.

7296; PF.-playing, ii. 744;

Song, iv. 795 a.

No WELL. (See NOEL, ii. 462 a.) NOZZE DI FIGARO, ii. 4836; iv.

7326; Mozart, ii. 390^. NUANCES, ii. 4836; iv. 732 b;

Beethoven, i. 205 b ; Nota-

tion, ii. 477 a; Oratorio, ii.

��Nucci, B. ; Venice, iv. 809 a. NUSKE; Guitar, i. 6406. NUITS BLANCHES, ii. 4846; Hel-

ler, i. 725 a. NUITTER, C. ; Hist, of Mus., iv.

675 a, NUMBER, ii. 4846; Opus, ii.

��NUNC DIMITTIS, ii. 4846; Ser-

vice, iii. 47 2 a, etc. NUNCINI; Frezzolini, i. 5640. NUQALDE, C. J. ; Eslava, i.

495 a. NUT, ii. 485 b; Bow, i. 264?);

Fingerboard, i. 524^ ; Violin,

iv. 2 85 a. Nux, P. V. de la; Gr. Prix de

Home, i. 6i8b. NroN, C. (See LAFONT, C.)

��O.

��OAKELEY, Sir H. S., ii. 485 a ; iv. 733 a; Edinburgh Pro- fessorship of Mus., i. 48301; Mus. Lib., ii. 4186 ; Professor, iii- 33 Purcell Society, iii. 53 a; Eeid Concerts, iii. i oi b, etc. ; University Society, iv. 207 ; Mus. Instruments,

��OBBLIGATO, ii. 485 b; Accom- paniment, i. 20 a, etc.; Ad- ditional Accompaniments, i. 31 a.

OBERON, ii. 485 b; Benedict, i. 2 23 a ; Weber, iv. 408 b, etc.

OBERTAS, iv. 733 a.

OBERTHUH, C., ii. 485 b.

OBLIQUE MOTION ; Contrary Mo- tion, i. 396 a ; Motion, ii.

��OBLIQUE PIANO, ii. 48605.

OBOE, ii. 486 a ; Barret, i.

Basset-Horn,i. 1 51 a ; Bassoon, i. 15 1 b, etc.; Benda (G.), i. 221 b; Besozzi (A.), i. 238b; Boehm (T.), i. 254b; Bom- bardon, etc., i. 259^; Cor Anglais, i. 400 a; Crozier, i. 421 a; Czerwenka, i. 426 b; Ferlendis, i. 512 a; Fiala, i.

��5i8b; Fischer (J.G.), 1.529 a; Fladt, i. 531 a; Handel, i. 648 a, etc. ; Harmonics, i. 665 b; Hautboy, i. 698 b; Hoffmann (G.), i. 7420; In- strument, ii. 6b; Keys, ii. 55 b; Lavigne, ii. io6a; Mouth- piece, ii. 378 b ; Musette, ii. 410 b; Notation, ii. 478 a; Orchestra, ii. 561 b, etc.; Or- chestration, ii. 56 7 a, etc.; Organ, ii. 595 a ; Parke ( J.), ii. 6500;; Parke (W.T.),ii. 650 b; Philidor (M.), ii. 702 b, etc.; Philidor (J.), ii. 7030; Ramm, iii. 72 b ; Reed, iii. go a; Shep- herd's Pipe, iii. 486*1; Sor- dini, iii. 637 b; Timbre, iv. ii 7; Tone, iv. 143 b; Trie"- bert, iv. 169 a ; Vogt (G.), iv. 331 b; Walmisley (T. A.), iv. 3 79 a; Wind-band, iv. 467^ etc. ; Brod, iv. 565 b.

OBOE D'AMORE, ii. 488 b; Ad- ditional Accompaniments, i. 34 b ; Flute d' Amour, i. 538 a ; Oboe, ii. 486 a.

OBOE DI CACCIA, ii. 489 a; Additional Accompaniments, i. 34b ; Instrument, ii. 6b; Oboe, ii. 486 a; Orchestra, ii.

��563 b; Passion Mus., 11.667 a;

Tenoroon, iv. 88 b. OBRECHT,J.,ii. 489 b; Josquin.ii.

41 a; Madrignl,ii.i88a; Mass,

ii. 227 b; Motet, ii. 3720, etc. ;

Mus. Antiqua, ii. 411 a; Pe-

trucci, ii. 696 b; Peutinger,

ii. 697 a ; Recte et Retro, iii.

88 a ; Schools of Cornp., iii.

260 a, etc. ; Vereeniging, etc.,

iv. 255 a; Dance rhythm, iv.

606 a ; Dodecachordon, iv.

6i6a; Part-books, iv. 739b;

Sistine Chapel, iv. 794 a. OCA DEL CAIRO, L', ii. 490 a;

Mozart, ii. 389 b. O'CAHAN, R. ; Irish Mus., ii.

1905. O'CALLAGHAN, G. ; Irish Mus.,

ii. 2 2 a.

OCARINA, ii. 490*1. O'CAROLAN, T., ii. 490 a; Irish

Mus., ii. iga. OCCASIONAL ORATORIO, iv. 733b;

Handel, i. 651 b; Rule, Bri- tannia, iii. 2O3b. OCCURSUS; Organum, ii. 6ioa. OCHA, BALL' ; Campagnoli, i.

300 b. OCHETTO, ii. 491 a; Hocket, i.

741 a.

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