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OPERETTA, ii. 531 b; Lecocq, ii. ma; Mozart, ii. 382 a ; Offen- bach, ii. 4936; Pergolesi, ii. 687 a ; Planquette, iii. I a ; Schools of Comp., iii. 306 b, etc. ; Singspiel, iii. 51 7 a ; Sul- livan, iii. 7620, etc.

OPHICLEIDE, ii. 5316; Eupho- nium, i. 497 b; Frichot, i. 5646; Instrument, ii. 6a; Keys, ii. 55 b; Serpent, iii. 4706.

OPPUBE. (See OSSIA, ii. 615 a.)

OPUS, ii. 5326; Number, ii. 4846.

ORATORIO, ii. 5330 ; iv. 735 a; Accompaniment, i. 22 b; Ani- muccia, i. 686 ; Florence, i. 5336; Handel, i. 6506, etc. ; Harpsichord, i. 688 a ; Laudi Spiritual!, ii. 1050 ; Libretto, ii. isoa; Magnificat, ii. 197 a; Mass, ii. 23461, etc.; Men- delssohn, ii. 3036, etc; Mo- nodia, ii. 354 b, etc. ; Orches- tra, ii. 561 b, etc. ; Overture, ii. 6230; Passion Mus., ii. 6656; Pastorale, ii. 6706; Recitative, iii. 83 a ; Relation, iii. 105 b; Sacred Har. Soc.,iii. 2ioa; Schools of Comp., iii. 287a, etc.; Secco Recitative, iii. 4546 ; Zacconi, iv. 498 a ; Dance Rhythm, iv. 6o6b ; Hist, of Mus., iv. 67 7 a.

ORAZII E CURIAZII, GLI, ii. 560 a ; iv - 735 ; Cimarosa, i. 3586.

ORCHESOGRAPHIE, ii. 560 a ; Ar- beau, i. 80 b; Matassins, ii. 2 36 b ; Morris Dance, ii. 369 a ; Passacaglia, ii. 66ia; Pas- samezzo, ii. 662 a; Passepied, ii. 6626; Pavan, ii. 676 a; Sink-a-pace, iii. 5176; Sounds and Signals, iii. 644 a ; Tour- dion, iv. 1546; Trihoris, iv. 1696; Waltz, iv. 3850.

ORCHESTRA, ii. 5606; iv. 7350; Additional Accompaniments, i. 30 b, etc.; Band, i. 134 a; Instrument, ii. 5 a, etc. ; Ora- torio, ii. 5446, etc. ; Orches- tration, ii. 567 a ; Wind-band, iv. 4640, etc.

ORCHESTRATION, ii. 567 a; Ad- ditional Accompaniments, i. 346; Berlioz, i. 2326; Handel, i. 653*1; Mendels- sohn, ii. 302 a ; Opera, ii. 501 b, etc. ; Oratorio, ii. 55 1 b ; Orchestra, ii. 5626; Overture, ii. 6226; Passion Mus., ii. 667 a ; Rameau, iii. 71 a ; Re- gistration, iii. 94& ; Romantic, iii. 1506, etc.; Rossini, iii. I76a ; Schubert, iii. 3630,

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etc. ; Score, arranging from, 434&; Score, playing from, iii. 437 a ; Symphony, iv. 136, etc.; Tenor- violin, iv. 90 a, etc,; Thibaut, iv. 102 a; Thomas (C. A.), iv. 1046; Wagner, iv. 371 a, etc. ; We- ber, iv. 416 a; Wind-band, iv. 467 6 ; Hist, of Mus., iv. 676(1.

ORCHESTRINA, iv. 735 a.

ORDRES, iv. 735 a; Suite, iii. 7566.

ORPEO ED EDRIDICE, ii. 5 73 a; Gluck, i. 6016; Orphe'e et Euridice, ii. 6iib.

ORGAN, ii. 5730; iv. 735 a; Abbey (J.), i. 2a; Accom- paniment, i. 21 &; Action, i. 26b; Adams, i. 296; Addi- tional Accompaniments, i. 3ob, etc.; Adlung, i. 376; Albrechtsberger, i. 506 ; An- them, i. 71 a; Apollonicon, i. 74a; A very, i. 1056; Bach, i. nob, etc.; Bach (J. S.), i. H4&, etc.; Barker, i. 1396; Barnby, i. 145 a; Beckwith, i. i6ib; Bedos de Celles, i. 162 a; Bellows, i. 2146; Best, i. 239 a; Bibl, i. 2410; Blewitt, i. 249 a; Blow, i. 25oa ; Bombardon, i. 2596; Bull,i. 2816; Burney, i. 28405; Buxtehude, i. 2866; Caecilia, i. 2946; Camidge, i. 300 a ; Cavaille, i. 327^1; Child, i. 345 b; Chipp^E.), i. 34605; Choir Organ, i. 349 a; Chris- mann,i.355a; Ciaja,i. 3570; Clarke (J.), i. 365 a; Clarke (Whitfeld),i.36s&; Clicquot, i. 374; Colombi, i. 378a; Combination-pedals, i. 377 a; Composition-pedals, i. 3826; Cooke (B.),i. 396b; Cooper, i. 3986 ; Corfe, i. 4026 ; Cor- net, i. 4036; Couplers, i. 410 a; Crang and Hancock, i. 415(1; Cremona, i. 4160;; Croft, i. 41 9 a; Crotch, i. 4206 ; Dallam, i. 4276 ; Dau- blaine and Callinet, i. 431 a ; Diapason, i. 4426; Double- bass, i. 458a; Doubles, i. 46oa; Ducis, i. 4676; Dupuis, i. 4706; Echo, i. 482 a; Egan, i. 4836; Electric Ac- tion, i. 485 a ; Elliot, i. 4866 ; Elvey (Sir G.), i. 487 a ; Elvey (S.), i. 487 a; England, i. 488 a ; Faux-bourdon, i. 509 a; Fifteenth, i. 5206 ; Flight, i. 5 3 2 b ; Flowers, i. 5 35 a ; Flue- work, i. 535&; Flute work, i.

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538 a ; Forster and Andrews, i- 555 & ; Foundling Hospital,

  • 557 J Free Reed, i. 562 a ;

Frescobaldi, i. 5 6 3 a ; Fro- berger, i. 565 a ; Fux, i. 57005 ; Gabler, i. 5710; Gabrie'i (A.), i. 571 b; Gauntlett, i. 58405; Gawler, i. 58605; Gedackt-werk, i. 5866; Gei- gen-principal, i. 5866 ; Gems- horn, i. 588 a; Gerber, i. 589 a; Gibbons, i. 594 a; Gibbons (0.), i. 5946 ; Glover (W.), i. 600 a; Glyn and Parker, i. 6046; Goldberg, i. 6076; Goss (J.), i. 6iob ; Gray and Davison, i. 6226; Great Organ, i. 625 a; Green (S.), i. 6240; ; Greene (M.), i. 62405; Griffin (T.), i. 6316; Guest, i. 638 a ; Guilmant, i. 639 b; Gunn,i.64ia; Handel, i. 652 b; Harmonic-stops, i. 6656; Harmonium, i. 666 b; Harris (R.), i. 6920;; Hart (P.), i. 6930:; Hassler, i. 69705; Haupt (C.), i. 6976; Hawkins (Jas.), i. 699 ; Haydn (M.), i. 701 a ; Hayes (P.), i. 7226 ; Hayes (W.), i. 72305; Hedgeland, i. 7 24 a; Henstridge, i. 7 30 a ; Her- schel (F.), i. 7326; Herzog,i. 73305; Hesse,i. 733&; Hewe, i. 733 i ; Hill, i. 7366; Hine, i. 74ob ; Kingston, i. 741 a ; Hodges (E.), i. 741 a; Hol- der, i. 743 a ; Holdich, i. 7436; Homilius, i. 745 b; Hopkins, i. 7466; Horsley (W.), i. 7536; Howard, i. 754& ; Howgill, i. 754^ ; Hoy- land, i. 75 5 a ; Instrument, ii. 6a; Interlude, ii. 7 b ; Isham, ii. 240; Jackson, ii. 2805; Jacob, ii. 286; James (J.)>ii. 306; Jeffries, ii. 33 a; Jeux d'anches, ii. 340: ; Jones (J.), ii. 39 b ; Keeble, ii. 48 a; Kelway, ii. 5oa; Kent, ii. 506; Keraulophon, ii. 51 a; Kerl, ii. 51 a; Key (II.), ii. 536, etc.; Kittel, ii. 6305; Kollmann, ii. 68 b; Krebs (J. L.), ii. 7ob; Krebs (J. T.), ii. 706; Krummhorn, ii. 7405; Kuhnau, ii. 7605; Lachner, ii. 8ia; Lambert, ii. 86 a; Langshawe, ii. 906 ; Larigot, ii. 92 a; Lefe"bure-Wely, ii. 1 1 2 a ; Lemmens, ii. 1 20 a ; Lieblich Gedact, ii. I32b; Limpus, ii. I39b; Loosemore, ii. 1 66 a ; Lowe, ii. 170 a; Manual, ii. 2o8a; Marchand, I

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