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lotti, iv. 806 a; Van Os, iv.

807 a ; Vowles, iv. 8i3&. ORGAN-PART, ii. 6086. ORGANISTRUM ; Hurdy-Gurdy,

.* 759& Violin, iv. 2720. ORGANISTS, College of, iv. 735 a. ORGANO, ii. 6086; Pieno, ii.

752*1.

ORGANOPHONE, iv. 7 36 a. ORGANDM, ii. 608 b; Cathedral

Music, i. 3240; Consecutive,

i. 3916; Faux-bourdon, i.

5090; Harmony, i. 669 b,

etc.; Micrologus, ii. 3270;

Notation, ii. 4696; Organ,

ii. 579&; Polyphonia, iii. 12 a,

etc.; Quintoyer, iii. 6ia;

Schools of Comp., iii. 259^;

Strict Counterpoint, iii. 740 a ;

Consecutive, iv. 597 a; Dia-

phonia, iv. 6130. ORGENYI, Aglaia, ii. 6iob; iv.

7360 ; Philh. Soc., ii. 7000 ;

Viardot-Garcia, iv. 2 60 a. ORGUE EXPRESSIF, ii. 6iob ;

Debain, i. 4386; Fourneaux,

i- 557 a > Harmonium, i. 666 a. ORIANA, The Triumphs of, ii.

6iob; iv. 736*1; Trionfo di

Dori, ii. 6iib. RICHARD, 6 MON Eoi ; Grdtry,

i. 628 & ; Richard C. de Lion,

iii. 1270; Song, iii. 594&. ORLANDINI ; Strakosch, iii. 7346. ORLANDINI; Ifigenia, i. 7656. ORLANDO. (See LASSUS, ii.93 a.) ORLOFF, G. V. ; Song, iii. 5910 ;

Hist, of Mus., iv. 6756. ORNAMENTS. (See under GRACE

NOTES, i. 6150.) ORNITHOPARCUS, A., ii. 6iib;

iv. 7360; Micrologus, ii.

3270; Mode, ii. 3406; Mus.

Lib., ii. 421 a; Proportion,

iii. 42 b ; Strict Counterpoint,

iii. 74& > Zacconi, iv. 497 a;

Mus. Lib., iv. 7256. ORPHARION. (See ORPHEOREON,

ii. 6126.) ORPHEE AUX ENFERS, ii. 6nb;

Offenbach, ii. 4936. ORPHEE ET EDRIDICE, ii. 6nb;

Gluck, i. 60 1 b. ORPHEON, L', ii. 6ub. ORPHEON, ii. 6nb; Part-song,

ii. 6596 ; Pasdeloup, ii. 660 a;

Wilhem, iv. 45 7 b. ORPHEOREON, ii. 61 26 ; Pandora,

ii. 6446. ORPHEUS, ii. 6130; Part-song,

ii. 6596; Ewer & Co., iv. 6300. ORPHEUS BRITANNICUS, ii. 6140;

Opera, ii. 507 & ; Playford, iii.

2b; Purcell, iii. 466, etc.;

Song, iii. 6040.

��INDEX.

ORPHEUS CALEDONIUS; Scottish

Mus., iii. 4520. ORRIDGE, Ellen A., iv. 7366;

Singing,iii. 5120; Philh. Soc.,

iv. 746 b.

ORSINI, A. ; Rome, iv. 775 a. ORTELLS ; Eslava, i. 495 a. ORTI ; Nachbaur, ii. 4400. ORTIGUE, J. L. d', ii. 5140; Die.

of Mus., i. 445 b; Maitrise, ii.

2Ooa; Niedermeyer, ii. 455b;

ReVue et Gazette Mus., iii.

I2ib. ORTIZ, D. ; Eslava, i. 494b ;

Mus. Divina, ii. 4120, etc.;

Saggio di Contrappunto, iii.

2120; Schools of Comp., iii.

2 63 a, etc.; SistineCh.,iv.794a. ORTO, M. de ; Schools of Comp.,

iii. 260 b; Dodecachordon, iv.

6i6a; Part-books, iv.

Sistine Chapel, iv. 7940 SALUTARIS HOSTIA, ii. 6 OSBORNE, G. A., ii. 6150;; iv.

ii. 737 a ; Beriot, i. 231 b ; PF.

Mus.,ii.729b; PF. -playing, ii.

744 ; Roy. Academy of Mus.,

iii. i86b ; Waley, iv. 376 a. OSCOTT; Mus. Lib., ii. 42 ib. OSCULATUS, F. ; Bodenschatz, i.

��OSGOOD, M. ; Phil. Soc., ii. 700 b ;

Singing, iii. 5120. OSIANDER, L. ; Chorale, iv. 588 b. OSSIA, ii. 6150. OSTINATO, ii. 6i5b. OSWALD; Lincke, ii. 1395. OSWALD, A. C. ; Philh. Soc., iv.

747- OTELLO, ii. 6isb ; iv. 737 a ;

Rossini, iii. i67b, etc.; Verdi,

iv. 25ob. OTT, J. ; Song, iii. 6i8b, note,

etc.; Volkslied, iv. 337a. OTTANI ; Blangini, i. 247 b; Mar-

tini, ii. 222b; Pellegrini (F.),

ii. 683 b. OTTAVINO. (See PICCOLO, ii.

7 5 ob.)

OTTEBY. (See HOTKEY, i. 754b.) OTTEY, Mrs. ; Gamba, Viola da,

i. 58ob. OTTHOBONI, Cardinal P., ii. 61 $ ;

Corelli, i. 401 a ; Scarlatti

(A.), iii. 238b; Scarlatti (D.),

iii. 239b; Stabat Mater, iii.

684b; Steffani, iii. 6990. OTTO-ALVSLEBEN, M., iv. 7370 ;

Philh. Soc., ii. 700 b. OTTO, E. JuL,ii. 6i6a ; Kretsch-

mer, ii. 71 b; Merkel, ii.

3i4a ; Dietrich, iv. 6i4b. OTTO, F., ii. 6i6a; Orpheus, ii.

6130 ; Part-song, ii. 659*1. OTTO, V.j Leipzig, ii.

��115

OULIBICHEFF, A. von, ii. 6i6a; Beethoven, i. 208 b ; Mozart, ii. 405*1 ; Mus. Periodicals, ii. 427 b ; Stabat Mater, iii. 6S4b.

OU PEUT-ON ETRE MIEUX, ii.

6i6b; Gre'try, i. 6280; Song, iii. 594 b.

OURS, L', ii. 6i6b; Haydn, i. 72ib.

OURY, Mme. BELLEVILLE-, ii. 6170; iv. 737 b; Czerny, i. 425b; Philh. Soc., ii. 699b; PF. Mus.,ii. 729b; PF.-play- ing, ii. 739 a, note, etc. ; iv. 7 4 8b.

OUSELEY, Rev. Sir F. A. G., ii. 6i7b; iv. 737b and 82ob ; Anthem, i. 71 a, etc. ; Chant, i. 338b; Kent, ii. 51 a; Mus. Association, ii. 417*1; Mus. Lib., ii. 423 a ; Mus. Society of London, ii. 431 b ; Professor, iii. 32b; Purcell Society, iii. 53 a; Schools of Comp., iii. 308 a, etc. ; Service, iii. 474 b ; Spinet, iii. 656 a; Stainer (J.), iii. 688a; Benevoli, iv. 543 b ; Hist, of Mus., iv. 674^ etc.; Naumann, iv. 7280.

VER- BLOWING, ii. 6i8a.

OVEREND, M., ii. 6i8a.

OVERSPUN, ii. 6i8a.

OVERSTRINGING, ii. 6i8a.

OVERTONES, ii. 6i8b ; ./Eolian Harp, i. 38 b ; Beats, i. i59b ; Partial Tones, ii. 653 b ; Treat- ment of Organ, iv. i63b.

OVERTURE, ii. 6i8b; iv. 737b; Accompaniment, i. 22 b; An- alysis, i. 62b; Form, i. 550*1, etc.; Introduction, ii. 14?); Opera, ii. 499*1, etc. ; Prelude, iii. 28*1; Rondo, iii. I56b; Schools of Comp., iii. 279 b; Subject, iii. 752*1, etc. ; Suite, iii. 760 b; Symphony, iv. na, etc.; Working-out, iv. 489 b; Dance Rhythm, iv. 607 b.

OVVERO. (See OSSIA, ii. 615*1.)

OXENFORD, J. ; Mus. Periodicals, ii. 42 7 b.

OXFORD, ii. 623 b; iv. 737 b; Bach, of Mus., i. 121 a; Hey- ther, i. 735 b; Mus. Lib., ii. 421 b, etc.; Mus. School, Ox- ford, ii. 43 7 a ; Ouseley, ii. 6 1 7 b, etc.; Professor, iii. 32 b ; Uni- versity Soc. , i v. 206 a ; Degrees, iv. 6ioa; Doctor of Mus., iv. 615*?.

Ox-MiNUET,the,ii. 624b ;Haydn, i. 720**, note; Sey fried, iii. 478b.

OYSTERMAYRE, Jehan ; Virginal- Mus., iv. 3100.

Ozi, E. ; Bassoon, i. 154?*.

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