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PROGRAMME Music, iii. 340 ; iv. 7516; Battle of Prague, i. 1566; Beethoven, i. 190^, etc.; Bennett (Sterndale), i. 2256; Berlioz, 1.2326; Cha- racteristic, i. 340 a ; David (Fe"l.), i. 4326; Eroica, i. 4930; Form, i. 5410; Gom- bert, i. 609 a ; Jannequin, ii. 316; Knecht, ii. 66 a; Kollmann, ii, 68 b; Kotzwara, ii. 69 a; Kuhnau, ii. 766; Leit-motif, ii. 1166; Lesson, ii. 1240 ; Liszt, ii. 1476, etc.; Mendelssohn, ii. 302 a ; Mundy (J.), ii. 4090; Mus. Lib., ii. 422 a; Overture, ii. 623 a; Pastoral Symphony, the, ii. 672 a; Schools of Comp., iii. 2S.5& ; Steibelt, iii. 7040 ; Storm, iii. 7200 ; Suite, iii. 7566; Symphony, iv. 26 a, etc. ; Virginal Mus., iv. 308 a, note; Vogler, iv. 3256, etc. ; Humorous Mus., iv. 6830.

PROGRESSION, iii. 40 a ; Ac- companiment, i. 25 a; Har- mony, i. 6706, etc.; Zacconi, iv. 49 7a.

PROHAZKA, W. ; Song, iv. 795 a.

PROKSCH; Smetana, iii. 5386.

PHOLATION, iii. 40 a ; Imperfect, i. 7666 ; L'Homme Arme, ii. 1 276; Micrologus, ii. 3276 ; Mode, ii. 340?) ; Notation, ii. 47 1 b, etc.; Proportion, iii. 4 2 a, etc.; Time, iv. 117^, etc. ; Time - signature, iv. 1270 ; Zacconi, iv. 497 ft.

PROMENADE CONCERTS, iii. 406; iv. 7520.

PROMETHEUS, iii. 41 a; Beet- hoven, i. 1 80 a; Eroica, i. 493 b ; Pastoral Symphony, The, ii. 6720.

PROPHETE, Le,iii. 41 a; Meyer- beer, ii. 3236.

PROPORTIO; Saltarello, iii. 22 ib.

PROPORTION, iii. 410; iv. 752 a; Imperfect, i. 76 7 a ; L'Homme Arme*, ii. 1270; Mode, ii. 340 b ; Notation, ii. 471 b, etc.; Prolation, iii. 40 b; Sesqui, iii. 475 a; Zacconi, iv. 497 b.

PROPOSTA, iii. 43 a ; Risposta, iii. is6b.

PROPRIETAS, iii. 43 a.

PRORE; Gardane, i. 582 b.

PROSE. (See SEQUENTIA, iii.

4656-) PROSE DE L INK ; Noel, ii. 462 a ;

Schools of Comp., iii. 268b. PROSKE, K., iii. 43 b ; Kyrie, ii.

78 a ; Mus. Divina, ii. 41 1 a ;

Mus. Ficta, ii. 41301, note;

��INDEX.

Mus. Lib., ii. 425 a; Pales- trina, ii. 637b,ote,etc. ; Plain Song, ii. 769 a, note; Schools of Comp., iii. 31205; Score, iii. 428 a; Dodecachordon, iv. 61605.

PROSODY ; Accents, i. 17 a, note ; Arsis, i. 95 b; Conservatoire de Mus., i. 393b; Hymn, i. 7600 ; Lawes,ii. 10705 ; Lully, ii. 17305; Metre, ii. 3i6b; Salieri, iii. 2i9b; Song, iii. 6320.

PROUT, E. B. A., iii. 43 b; iv. 75205; Mus. Periodicals, ii. 4280;, etc.; PF. Mus., ii. 73605 ; Purcell Soc., iii. 5305 ; Schools of Comp., iii. 3080 ; Schubert, iii. 333 a ; Thomas (A. G.), iv. losb; Handel Gesellschaft, iv. 665 b.

PROVESI, F. ; Verdi, 'iv. 241 b.

PROVOST; Conservatoire de Mus., i. 392 b.

PROWETT ; Mus. Lib., ii. 41 7 b.

PRUCKNER, Caroline, iv. 75205; Schmitt (C.), iii. 25505.

PRUCKNER, D. ; Klindworth, ii, 640 ; Stark, iii. 690 b.

PRUDENT, E., iii. 43 b; Philh. Soc., ii. 699b ; PF. Mus., ii. 732 b; PF. -playing, ii. 74305, etc. ; Levey (W. C.), iv. 700 b.

PRUME, F. H., iii. 440*; Violin- playing, iv. 2960,.

PRUMIER, A., iii. 440;.

PRUMIER, C.,iii. 44 b.

PSALMODY. (See HYMN, i. 7 5 9 b. )

PSALMS; Ballard, i. 130 a; Cathedral Music, i. 32405, etc.; Hymn, i. 76005; In- tonation, ii. 1 2 a ; Introit, ii. 15 a ; Lassus, ii. 95 b, etc.; Marcello, ii. 211 a; Mendels- sohn, ii. 303 b, etc.; Ouseley, ii. 6i8a ; Plain Song,ii. 76505, etc. ; Schools of Composition, iii. 2650, etc. ; Vesperale, iv. -2570; Bourgeois, iv. 5580, etc. ; Gregorian Tones, iv. 655 b; Redhead, iv. 76905; Wennerberg, iv. 8i6b.

PSALTER, iv. 752 b; Bourgeois (L.), i. 26sb; Byrd, i. 28705, etc. ; Cathedral Music, i. 325 a; Damon, i. 4280: ; Day, i. 438 a; Dowland, i. 46005; Este, i.496a ; Forbes, i. 539 b; Goudimel, i. 6i2b; Hooper (E.), i. 7466 ; Hullah, i. 756 b ; Jacob, ii. 28 b; Le Jeune, ii. H9b; Mus. Antiquarian So- ciety, ii. 41 6 b ; Mus.-printing, ii. 433 b, note ; Old Hundredth Tune, ii. 495 b; Playford, iii.

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2a; Purcell (D.), iii. 5205; Ravenscroft, iii. 78 b; Schools of Comp., iii. 271 a; Bour- geois, iv. 558 b, etc. ; Hanover, iv. 666 a; Hist, of Mus., iv. 676b; Mus. Lib., iv. 724b ; Part-books, iv. 740 b; Susato, iv. 805 b. (See also HYMN, i. 759&> etc.)

PSALTERY, iii. 446; Citole, i. 359 b ; Clavecin, i. 366 a ; Dulcimer, i. 468 b ; Harpsi- chord, i. 688b ; Lyre, ii. 182 a ; Rota, iii. 1 79 a ; Ruckers, iii. I94b ; Strohfiedel, iv.

797-

PUCITTA, V., iii. 450; iv. 765 b. PUEBLA; Song, iii. 598 a. PUENTE, Del ; Strakosch, iii.

��PUGET, L., iii. 45 b; Romance,

iii. 148 a; Song, iii. 597 a. PUGET, P. ; Gr. Prix de Rome, i.

6i8b. PUGNANI, G., iii. 45 b; Borghi,

i. 260 b; Bruni, i. 280 a;

Janiewicz, ii. 31 a ; Polledro,

iii. 90;; Rust (Fr.), iii. 206 a;

Somis, iii. 553b ; Stradivari,

iii. 732 a ; Violin- playing, iv.

2920; Viotti, iv. 301 b. PUGNI ; Ballet, i. I32b. PUIG Y ALSUBIDE, J. ; Roses, iii.

i62b; Song, iii. 599&. PUNTO. (See STICK, iii. 7 140:.) PUPPO, G., iii. 460; ; iv. 765??;

Boccherini, i. 251 b; Violin-

playing, iv. 289. PURCELL, D., iii. 520; Cecilia,

St., i. 3296; Clark (J.), i.

365 a ; Division Violin, i.

451 a ; Mus. Antiqua, ii.

411 a; Needier, ii. 450 b;

Walsh, iv. 380 b; Weldon,

iv. 435 a ; Dorset Garden

Theatre, iv. 6i8a. PURCELL, E., iii. 46 a. PURCELL, Ed., iii. 51 b; Royal

Soc. Musicians, iii. 187 a, etc. PURCELL, F., iii. 520. PURCELL, Frances, iii. 520. PURCELL, H., iii. sib. PURCELL, H., iii. 46 a ; Burney,

iv. 57ia. PURCELL, Henry, iii. 46 a; iv.

766 a; Accompaniment, i.

22 a; Ancient Concerts, i.

64b; Anthem, i. yia, etc. ;

Arnold (S.), i. 86b; Bartle-

man, i. 1460 ; Bass, i. 148 a ;

Bass Clef, i. 1500; Blow, i.

2500; Boyce, i. 267b ; Canon,

i. 304 b ; Cathedral Mus., i.

325b; Cecilia, St., i. 32901;

Courteville (R.)> i 4 11 a >

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