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��Bargiel, i. 1390? ; Becker (C. J.), i. 1616; Berceuse, i. 3296; Blahetka, i. 2470; Brahms, i. 2700; Brendel, i. 273&; Burgimiller, i. 2836; Burla, i. 2836; Cadenza,!. 2946; Chopin, i. 3490 ; Chor- ley, i. 353j>; Clarinet, i. 3646; Concerto, i. 3890 ; Conductor, i. 3906 ; Cossmann, i. 406 a ; Crystal Palace Concerts, i. 42 2 b ; Davidsbiindler, i. 435 a, etc. ; Digitorium, i. 447 a ; Dorn, i. 4550 ; Ernst, i. 4926; Fantasia, i. 503 &; Fantasiestiick, i. 5036 ; Felix Meritis, i. 511 a; Form, i. 552 a; Franz (R.), i. 5596, etc.; Gade, i. 5 74 a ; Gounod, i. 613 a; Grossvater-Tanz, i. 6340; Heller, i. 72505, note', Henselt, i. 730 a ; Herz, i. 733 a ; Killer (Ferd.), i. 7376; Hoffmann (E. T. W.), i. 741 6; Horn, i. 752 a; Humoreske, i. 758 a; Impromptu, i. 768 &; Innig, ii. 36 ; Intermezzo, ii. 96, etc. ; Introduction, ii. 146; Jensen, ii. 336; Kalliwoda (J. W.), ii. 47 a; Key, ii. 530, note ; Kirchner, ii. 61 a ; Kreisleriana, ii. 7105; Kuntsch, ii. 77 a ; Kupsch, ii. 77 a; Lachner (F.), ii. 82 a ; Laid- law, ii. 85 a ; Lalla Eookh, ii. 86 a ; Langsam, 11.90?) ; Leip- zig, ii. 1156; Libretto, ii. 1306 ; Lied, ii. 133 a ; Lieder- kreis, ii. 136 a; Lipinski, ii. 1 45 a; Liszt, ii. 1466; Lwoff, ii. i8ob; Manns, ii. 2076; Marseillaise, La, ii. 2206; Mendelssolm, ii. 2 76 a, etc. ; Merkel, ii. 3140 ; Modulation, ii. 3500; Moscheles, ii. 370?); Mus. Lib., ii. 424 a; Mus. Periodicals, ii. 431 a; Nncht- stiicke, ii. 442 a ; Niederrhein- ische Musikfeste, ii. 456 a; Notation, ii. 4766; Notte- bohm, ii. 479 a ; Novelletten, ii. 480 b; Oboe, ii. 4880, etc. ; O'Leary, ii. 4966 ; Or- pheus, ii. 6136; Oury, ii. 61705; Overture, ii. 6236; Paganini, ii. 6320 ; Papillons, ii. 647 a; Paradise and the Peri, ii. 6486; Part-song, ii. 658 b; Pedalier, ii. 6786; Pedal-Point, ii. 68 1 a ; PF. Mus., ii. 730 a; PF.-playing, ii. 742 a ; Pierson (H. H.), ii. 752 a; Programme Mus., iii. 39 a ; Quartet, iii. 58 J ; Rei- necke, iii. 102 a ; Reissmann,

��INDEX.

Hi. 1040; Roman tic, iii. 1506, etc.; Rosalia, iii. i6o&; Ros- sini, iii. 1770; Schauroth, iii. 2426; Scherzo, iii. 2476; Schloesser, iii. 2 54 a ; Schools of Comp., iii. 293 a, etc.; Schubart, iii. 3190 ; Schubert, iii. 3240, etc. ; Schunke, iii. 424a; Score, iii. 432 a ; Sketch, iii. 525 i; Sonata, iii. 5780, etc.; Song, iii. 6276, etc. ; Speidel, iii. 650 a ; Spitta, iii. 6566; Spohr, iii. 66ib; Stamaty, iii. 68905; Stockhausen (J.), iii. 7i6a; Studies, iii. 747 a; Subject, iii. 7506 ; Symphoniques, Etudes, iv. loa ; Symphony, iv. 34 a, etc.; Syncopation, iv. 44 a, etc. ; Tausch, iv. 646; Telemann, iv. 696; Tempo, iv. 8 3 a, etc. ; Tenor- Violin, iv. 92 a; Thalberg, iv. 96 a; Thematic Catalogue, iv. 99 J; Thomson (J.), iv. 1076; Tigrane, II, iv. 115?); Toccata, iv. 13005; Toma- schek, iv. 1336; Trio, iv. 1726 ; Trombone, iv. 178^; Tune, iv. 18705; Verhulst, iv. 2 55 & ; Verschiebung, iv. 256?); Viardot - Garcia, iv. 260 a ; Vieuxtemps, iv. 262 6 ; Voigt,

  • v 335 fr> Volkmann, iv.

33605; Volksthiimliches Lied, iv. 3 38 a; Wagner, iv. 355 &, etc. ; Wasielewsky, iv. 38405; Wieck (M.), iv. 455 a; Wil- der, iv. 457 ; Zukunfts- musik, iv. 5140; ; Abegg, iv. 51705; Bb'hner, iv. 549 b; Carneval, iv. 57905; Dance Rhythm, iv. 60805 ; Dietrich, iv. 6i4&; Dorffel (A.), iv. 6i6&; Hist, of Mus., iv. 67405 ; Humorous Mus., iv. 6816; Jullien (J. L. A.), iv. 6870;; Meinardus, iv. 7*605; Mendelssohn, iv. 7166; Re- quiem, iv. 7706 ; Romance, iv. 77305 ; Vesque v. Puttlin- gen, iv. 812 a.

SCHUMANN, Clara, iii. 421 &; iv. 7916; Claus, i. 36605; Frege, i. 56205; Janotha, ii. 32 a; Mendelssohn, ii. 27205, etc. ; Monday Popular Con- certs, ii. 3526; Niederrhein- ische Musikfeste, ii. 4566; O'Leary, ii. 496?; ; Philh. Soc., ii. 700 a ; PF. Mus.,ii. 732& ; PF.-playing, ii. 745 ; Rudorff, iii. 2016; Schools of Comp., iii. 31 ia; Schumann, iii. 3886, etc. ; Song, iii. 6280;;

��Steinweg, iii. 7io& ; Stock- hausen (J.),iii. 71605; Taylor (Franklin), iv. 66ft; Tonkuust- lerverein, iv. 1506; Brandes, iv. 56205; Davies (Fanny), iv. 608 b; Dorffel, iv. 6166; Zur-Muhlen, iv. 8i8&.

SCHUND, J.,iv. 7916.

SCHUNKE, C. ; PF. Mus., ii. 7290.

SCHUNKE, L., iii. 4240;; Schu- mann, iii. 3900, etc. ; Voigt,

��SCHUPPANZIGH, I., iii. 4240;; iv.

791 &; Augarten, i. 10405;

Beethoven, i. 166 6, etc. ; Holz,

i.744&; Kraft, ii. 70 a; Lich-

nowsky (C.), ii. 132 a ; Lincke,

ii. 1396 ; Mayseder, ii. 2410;

Pastorale (Sonata), ii. 6706;

Rasoumowsky, iii. 77 a;

Scbindler, iii. 2510; Schubert,

iii. 3400, etc. ; Sina, iii. 4956 ;

Violin-playing, iv. 289, etc. ;

Weiss (F.), iv. 4330;; Zeug-

heer, iv. 507 a. SCHURK, E. ; Hist, of Mus., iv.

6750, etc. SCHUBIG; Schneider (J. G.), iii.

25605. SCHUSTER, V. ; Arpeggione, i.

890;. SCHUTZE ; Schneider (J. G.),iii.

256a. SCHWANBERG, J. G. ; Olimpiade,

ii. 496 &; Zenobia, iv. 506 a.

SCHWANENBEBG J Trdsor des

Pianistes, iv. i68a. SCHWARBROOK, T., iv. 791 &;

Organ, ii. 59605. SCHWARTZ ; Beer (J.), i. 16201. SCHWARZ, G. W.; Greatheed,

iv. 6546. SCHWARZ ENDORF, J. P. A. (See

MARTINI IL TEDESCO, iv.

71205.)

SCHWARZSPANIERHAUS, The, ill.

4250;; Beethoven, i. 17005;

Breuning (M. G.), iv. 56405. SCHWEGEL; Virdung, iv. 3036. SCHWEITZER ; Singspiel, iii. 5 1 7 a. SCHWENKE ; Wohltemperirtes

Klavier, iv. 483?). SCHWICKERATH ; Niederrhein-

ische Musikfeste, iv. 731 a. SCHWIND ; Schubert, iii. 341 6,

etc.

SCHWINDL; Symphony, iv. 146. SCIOLTO, iii. 42 6 a. SCOBEDO, B. (See ESCOBEDO,

B.)

SCOLARA ; Strakosch, iii. 734^. SCOLARI ; Olimpiade, ii. 496?-. SCORDATURA, iii. 42605; iv.

7916; Biber, i. 240??; Paga-

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