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PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY, BROOK- LYN, ii. 702 a ; Thomas (Th.), iv. 1 06 a.

PHILIDOB, ANDB^ (L'aine"), ii. 7026; Lully, ii. 1725, note; Roi des Violons, iii. 1460; Song, iii. 5940; Sounds and Signals, iii. 645 & ; Vingt- quatre Violons, iv. 266 a.

PHILIDOB, ANNE, ii. 7036; Con- cert Spiritual, i. 385 a.

PHILIDOB, F. A. D., ii. 7036; Gluck, i. 602 b; Maitrise, ii. 200 a.

PHILIDOB, F., ii. 7036.

PHILIDOB, F., ii. 704 b.

PHILIDOB, JAC. (Le Cadet), ii. 7030.

PHILIDOB, JAC., ii. 7046.

PHILIDOB, J., ii. 702 b.

PHILIDOB, M. DAN., ii. 702 b.

PHILIDOB, M. D., ii. 702 b.

PHILIDOB, M., ii. 703 6.

PHILIDOB, N., ii. 705 a.

PHILIDOB, P., ii. 704 b.

PHILIPPES. (See VEBDELOT.)

PHILIPPON, de la Madeleine ; Cle* du Caveau, iv. 5936.

PHILIPPON. (See MONTE, P. DE.)

PHILIPPS, PETEB, ii. 705 a; Hawkins, i. 7006 ; Passa- mezzo, ii. 662 a; Schools of Comp., iii. 2730, note ; Simp- son (T.) iii. 495 a ; Virginal Mus., iv. 308 b, etc.

PHILLIPPS, A., ii. 70501.

PHILLIPPS, Adelaide, iv. 7470.

PHILLIPS, H., ii. 705 b ; Ancient Concerts, i. 65 a ; Bellamy (B.), i. ana; Mendelssohn, ii. 2850 ; Monk (B.), ii. 353& ; Singing, iii. 5126; Table Entertainment, iv. 51 a.

PHILLIPS, W. L., ii. 7056 ; Soc. British Musicians, iii. 54401.

PHILP, E., iv. 74801.

PHILPOT, J. ; Anderson (Mrs.), i. 656.

PHILTBE, LE, ii. 7060 ; Auber, i. loib.

PHINOB; Mus. Lib., iv. 7260.

PHINOT ; Bodenschatz, i. 25301.

PHRASE, ii. 706 a ; Air, i. 46?) ; Figure, i. 5206; Form, i. 5416, etc.; Period, ii. 6926; Rhythm, iii. 1 23 a, etc.

PHRASING, ii. 706 a ; iv. 7480 ; Accent, i. 1301; Scherzando, iii. 2456; Slur, iii. 5366; Touch, iv. 1536; Treatment of the Organ, iv. 1646.

PHRYGIAN MODE, ii. 7086 ; E., i. 478 a ; Gregorian Modes, i. 6 26 a; ModesEccles.jii. 34101; Song, iii. 6ioa.

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PHYSHABMONICA, ii. 7090 ; Bla- hetka, i. 247 a ; Harmonium, i. 667 a; Reedstop, iii. goa ; Schulz (Ed.), iii. 3836; Sera- phine, iii. 466 &.

PIACEBE, A, ii. 709 a.

PlACEVOLE, ii. 7090.

PIANETTE, ii. 709 a.

PlANGENDO, ii. 7090.

PIANISSIMO, ii. 709 b.

PIANO, ii. 7096.

PIANOFORTE, ii. 7096; iv. 7480 ; Action, i. 266; Andre* (J.), i. 666; Bach (J. ^ N.), i. ii2a; Bechstein, i. i6ob; Becker,i. 161 a ; Belly, i. 2206 ; Bluethner, i. 25001; Boesen- dorfer i. 2546 ; Broad wood, i. 2776, etc. ; Cabinet Piano, i. 2900 ; Check, i. 341 a ; Chicker- ing, i. 345 a ; Clavichord, i. 3666; Clavier, i. 3696; Col- lard, i. 377 b ; Cottage Piano, i. 4076; Cramer, i. 4136; Cristofori, i. 4176; Damper, i. 4290; Dulcimer, i. 4686; Erard, i. 4906, etc. ; Forte, i. 55601 ; Grand Piano, i. 6i8a ; Grasshopper, i. 6196; Ham- mer, i. 647 b ; Harpsichord, i. 688 a; Herz, i. 7330; Hop- kinson, i. 747 a; Hopper, i. 747 a; Instrument, ii. 701; Jack, ii. 266; Key, ii. 5301; Kirkman, ii. 6ib; Melopiano, ii. 2526; Mute, ii. 4396; Notation, ii. 4786; Oblique Piano, ii. 486 a; Overspun, ii. 6 1 8 a ; O verstringing, ii . 6 1 8 a ; Pantaleon, ii. 645 a ; Pape, ii. 6466; Pedalier, ii. 6786; Pedals, ii. 68 1 b, etc.; Pianette, ii. 7090; Piccolo Piano, ii.

Mia; Pleyel (C.), iii. 3 a; mbault, iii. 1356; Schied- mayer,iii.249a; Schroeter,iii. 318 a; Silbermann, iii. 494 a, etc.; Smart (H.), iii. 537 b; Sordini, iii. 636 a, etc. ; Sosti- nente Pianoforte, iii. 6396; Square Piano, iii. 6830 ; Stac- cato, iii. 685 a; Stein,iii. 708 a, etc. ; Steinway & Sons, iii. 7096; Stodart, iii. 7166; Streicher, iii. 7396; String, iii. 7450, etc.; String-plate, iii. 7460; Taskin, iv. 630; Temperament, iv. 7201, etc.; Tone, iv. 142 b, etc. ; Transpos- ing Instruments, iv. i6oa; Tuning,iv. 189 a, etc. ; Upright Gr. Piano, iv. 208 b; Vidal, iv. 261 b; WelckervonGonters- hausen, iv.434b; Wolf, The, iv. 4 8 5 a; Wolff(A.),iv. 4 8 5 b;

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Wrestplank, iv. 490 b; Bord, iv. 554b; Brinsmead, iv. 565 a; Forsyth, iv. 637 b; Hist, of Mus., iv. 676 a.

PlANOFOBTE MUSIC, U. 7240;

iv. 748 a.

PlANOFOBTE-PLAYING, ii. 736 a J

iv. 748 b; Alkan, i. 530; Anderson (Mrs.), i. 65 b; Bach (C. P. E.), i. 11401; Beethoven, i. i66a ; Bennett Sterndale), i. 225b; Berger, i. 231 a; Blabetka, i. 2470; Billow, i. 2 Sob; Chopin, i. 349 a; Claus, i. 366 a; Cle- menti,i.372a; Cramer(J.B.), i. 4136, etc. ; Czerny, i. 4250 ; Digitorium, i. 4470; Dohler, i. 452 a ; Dreyschock, i. 463 a; Dulcken, i. 4690; Dussek, i. 473 a; Etudes, i. 49 7 a ; Fe"tis, i. 51701; Filtsch, i. 52301; Fingering, i. 52501; Goddard, i. 6o4& ; Halle, i. 6466; Hel- ler, i. 725 a; Henselt, i. 729b; Herz, i. 732 b; Killer (Ferd.), i. 737 a; Hummel, i. 757 b; Jaell, ii. 30 a; Janotha, ii. 32 a; Kalkbrenner, ii. 46 a; Klind worth, ii. 640 ; Kontski, De, ii. 68 b; Krebs (M.), ii. 70 b; Legato, ii. H2b; Leggiero, ii. nsb; Lesche- titzky, ii. 1 23 a; Liszt, ii. 1 45 a; Lubeck (E. H.), ii. 171 b; Mayer (C.), ii. 2400; Mehlig (Anna), ii. 245 b; Mendelssohn, ii. 2986, etc.; Menter, iii. i6a; Montigny- Re"maury, ii. 36001 ; Mortier de Fontaine, ii. 369 b ; Mosche- lea,ii. 369^ Mozart, ii. 3956; etc.; Osborne, 11.615 a; Oury, ii. 6i7a; Paradis (M.), ii. 64801; Pauer, ii. 674b; Phras- ing, ii. 70601 ; Pianoforte, ii. 7196; Plaidy,ii. 763 a; Pleyel (Ign.), iii. 3 a ; Pleyel (Mme.), iii. 3b; Potter (C.), iii. 22 b; Prudent, iii. 436; Rappoldi (Kahrer L.), iii. 76 b ; Ravina, iii. 78 b; Rendano, iii. 107 b; Ries (Ferd.), iii. I3ib; Ro- senhain, iii. 162 a; Rubinstein (Anton), iii. 191 a; Rubin- stein (Jos.), iii. 193 a; Rubin- stein (N.), iii. 1 93 a; Scarlatti (D.), iii. 2400* ; Scharwenka (X.),iii. 24201; Schauroth(D.), iii 2426; Schirmacher, iii. 2530; Schroeter (J. S.), iii. 318 a; Schubert, iii. 360 a; Schumann, iii. 407 b ; Schu- mann (Clara), iii. 4216, etc.; Sonata, iii. 565 a ; Staccato,

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