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388a, note; Part-writing, iv.

743-

POLYPHONIA, iii. iaa; Addi- tional Accompaniments, i. 32 a, etc.; Bach (J. C.), i- uia; Bach (J. S.), i. n6a; Harmony, 1.6706, etc.; Homo- phone^. 746 a; Mass, ii. 2 26 a ; ModesEccies., ii. 3436; Mono- dia, ii. 3540; Monteverde, ii. 358 a; Motet, ii. 3720, etc.; Motetus, ii. 3766; Mus. Figurata, ii. 4156; Notation, ii. 475 a; Opera, ii. 4986, etc.; Oratorio, ii. 5400, etc.; Passing Notes, ii. 663 a, etc. ; PF.-playing, ii. 737 a; Pla- gal Modes, ii. 7626; Schools of Comp., iii. 2 59 a, etc. ; and 288 a, note ; Sistine Choir, iii. 5 20 a ; Song, iii. 631 a; Strict Counterpoint, iii. 740 a ; Sub- ject, iii. 749 a ; Homophone, iv. 6796; Part-books, iv. 7390; Part- writing, iv. 741 a ; Ver- tical & Horizontal, iv. 8u&.

POLYSCHANSKY ; Strauss ( J.), iii.

737-

POLZELLI; Haydn, i. 7076, etc. POMMEE; Bassoon, i. 151?);

Oboe, ii. 486 a.

POMPONIO NENNA. (See NENNA.) POMPOSO, iii. I4a. PONCELET ; Conservatoire, Brus- sels, i. 5926. PONCHARD; Garat, i. 5816;

Mario, ii. 21 7; Levasseur

(N. P.), iv. 7<x>a. PONCHIELLI, A., iii. I4a ; iv.

7500; Schools of Comp., iii.

301 b.

PONIATOWSKI, J. M., iii. 14?). PONS, J., iii. 146; Eslava, i.

495 a. PONSICCHI, C.; Hist. ofMus.,iv.

6760.

PONTAC, D. ; Eslava, i. 4946. PONTE, J. van ; Mus. Lib.,

iv. 7 26 a; Trdsor Mus., iv.

803 a. PONTE, L. da, iii. 150; Per-

rarese del Bene, i. 5130 ; Mo- zart, ii. 390 Z>, etc. ; Opera, ii.

5296. PONTICELLO, iii. 156; Harmonics,

i. 6650; Sul ponticello, iii.

7646. PONTIFICAL CHOIR. (See SISTINE

CHOIR, iii. 519(1.) PONTIO, P. ; Schools of Comp.,

iii. 2 66 a ; Burney, iv. 5706. POOLE, E., iii. I5&. POOLE, Miss, iii. 156. (See

DICKONS, Mrs., i. 4446.) POPP, A. ; Zeugheer, iv. 507 a.

��INDEX.

POPPER, D., iii. 156; Violon-

cello-playing, iv. 301 a. POPPER, Mme. (See MENTER,

SOPHIE.) POPULAR ANCIENT ENGLISH Mu-

sic, iii. i6a; iv. 7soa; Chap-

pell & Co., i. 3396: Macfarren

(G.), ii. i86b. PORDENONI; Mus. Transalpina,

ii. 4i6a; Mus. Lib., iv.

726a.

PORGES, H. ; Wagner, iv. 374!). PORPORA, N.,iii. i6b; Caffarelli,

i. 2960,; Farinelli, i. 504^

etc.; Gqbrielli (C.), i. 5 73 a;

Gazzaniga, i. 5 86 a; Hasse (J.

A.), i. 6940, etc. ; Haydn,

i. 7<Ha; Ifigenia, i. 765?);

Klavier-Mus. Alte, ii. 63 a;

Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre,

ii. i^oa; Lotti, ii. 167?);

Martines, ii. 221 b; Metas-

tasio, ii. 316 a; Mingotti, ii.

332 a; Montagnana, ii. 356?);

Mus. Lib., ii. 420 a ; Naples,

ii. 445 a; Opera, ii. 513?);

Oratorio, ii. 5496 ; Paradies,

ii. 6476 ; Pract. Harmony, iii.

240 ; Scarlatti (A.), iii. 239(1 ;

Schools of Comp., iii. 287 a;

Semiramide, iii. 461 a; Se-

nesino, iii. 4626 ; Singing, iii.

505 a; Solfeggio, iii. 5476;

Tre'sor des Pianistes, iv. 168 a ;

Vinci, iv. 266 a; Mus. Lib.,

iv. 7 26 a ; Venice, iv. 8090. PORPORINO; Frederick the Great,

i. 562 a; Mara, ii. 2O9. PORSILE; Metastasio, ii. 316 b. PORTA, C., iv. 750 a; Hawkins,

i. 7006; Madrigal, ii. 1906;

Merulo, ii. 314^; Milan, ii.

329 a; Mus. Divina, ii. 41 ib;

Oriana, ii. 6nb; Schools of

Comp., iii. 266 a ; Burney, iv.

��PORTA, F. della, iii. i8b; Mo-

tett Soc., ii. 3766; Saggio di

Contrappunto, iii. 212 a. PORTA, G. ; Acade"mie de Mus.,

i. 9 a; Bioni (A.), i. 243 b;

Lotti, ii. 1676; Mus. Lib., iv.

726(1. PORTALUPIS, F. di; Spinet, iii.

65 2 a. PORTAMENTO, iii. i8b; Agre"mens,

i. 43 a, note ; Appoggiatura, i.

75 a ; Slur, iii. 537 a; Solfeggio,

iii. 547 a. PORTATIVE; Organ, ii. 575&;

Virdung, iv. 3036. PORTE DE Voix ; Agre'mens, i.

43 a, note; Portamento, iii.

i8b. PORTED ; Stave, iii. 691 b.

��125

PORTENARI, F.; Padua, ii. 6276;

Mus. Lib., iv. 726 a. PORTENSE, FLORILEGIUM, iii. i8b.

(See BODENSCHATZ, i. 2530.) PORTER, S., iii. 186; Goodban

(T.), i. 6096. PORTER, W. J., iii. iga. PORTER, W., iii. 19 a. PORTEVIN, J. ; Roi des Violons,

iii. I 4 6a.

PORTINARO. (See PORTENARI.) PORTMAN, K., iii. 19 a; Mus.

Lib., ii. 4i8b; Tudway, iv.

1986.

PORTMANN, J. G., iii. 19 a. PORTOGALLO, iii. 196; iv. 751 a;

Catalani, i. 321 a; Simao, iii.

495 a. POSAUNE, iii. 2Oa; Organ, ii.

58401; Sackbut, iii. 209 a;

Trombone, iv. 176 a. POSCHWA ; Haydn, i. 706 a. POSITION; Trombone, iv. 1770. POSITIONS, iii. 2oa; Shift, iii.

487?); Tartini, iv. 6ia. POSITIVE ORGAN, iii. 216; Organ,

ii. 575& and 5886; Virdung,

iv. 3036. POSTANS, Miss. (See SHAW, A.,

iii. 48 5 a.) POSTHORN, iii. 2ib. POSTHUMOUS, iii. 2 2 a.

POSTILLON DE LONGJUMEAU, Le,

iii. 22 a; Adam, i. 276.

POSTILLONS, iii. 22 a; Posthorn, iii. 2 2 a.

POSTLUDE, iii. 22 a; Nachspiel, ii. 442 a.

POTENTINI; Strakosch, iii. 734 b.

POTHIER, Pere, J. ; Hist of Mus., iv. 6766.

POTIER; Conservatoire, i. 393 a.

POT09KI, Tg. ; Song, iv. 7950.

POT-POURRI, iii. 22 &; Diverti- mento, i. 45ia-

POTT, A., iii. 22 &; iv. 751 a; Philh. Soc., ii. 6996; Spohr, iii. 6636.

POTTER, P. Cipriani, iii. 226 ; iv. 751 a; Bach Soc., i. I2oa; Beethoven, i. 194^ ; Bennett (Sterndale), i. 2 25 a; Cusins, i. 4246; Holmes (W. H.) i. 744 &; Lavenu, ii. 106 a; Lucas, ii. 1706; Macfarren (W. C.), ii. i86&; Madrigal Soc., ii. I94; May^E. C.), ii. 24a ; Mudie, ii. 4066; Mus. Lib., ii. 421 a ; O'Leary, ii. 4966; Pauer, ii. 675 ; Philh. Soc., ii. 6986 ; Phillips (W. L.), ii. 705 b; PF. Mus., ii. 728a; PF.-playing, ii. 744; Pinsuti, ii. 7536; Pye, iii 53 &> Royal Academy of

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