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�(The original appearance alone given.)

�In ' Good Words, 1 March 1867.

�Art thou weary.' 697. ('Venite,'

�Hymn of the Homeland.

�also ' Best.')

�In Hullah's 'Book of Praise Hymnal ' (Macmillan). 18OT.

�We are but strangers here.' 646. CS. Edmund,' also Heaven is

�' Thou God of love." Of Thy love ome gracious

�my home.') In Church Hymns with Tunes.


�S.P.C.K. 1874.

�In ' Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship '(Nisbet). 1867.

�Christus. 496. Coena Domini. 207.

�Mount Zion, ' Bock of Ages.' Formosa. ' Light of those ' (' Fal- field ')

�Coronas. 354. Dulce sonans. 316. Ever faithful. 414.

�S. Luke. ' God moves in a mys-

�Evelyn. 390. Golden Sheaves. 281.

�In Brown Borthwick's * Supple- mental Hymn and Tune Book.' N., Srded. 1868.

�Hanford. 400. Holy City. 497. Hushed was the evening hymn.

�The strain upraise of joy and praise.'

�Litany. 685. Do. 692.

�In ' Sarum Hymnal." 1869.

�Paradise. 473.

�When through the torn sail*

�Pilgrimage. 367.

�C Gennesareth,' also ' Heber').

�Eesurrexit. 132.

�In ' The Hymnary.' N. 1872. Lord in this.' No. 222. ('La-

�St. Francis. 220. St. Nathaniel. 257.

�crymae ' and ' Fenltente.')

�Saints of God. 191.

�*O Jesu our salvation.' 225.

�Ultor omnipoteas. 262,


�Valete. SO.

�Saviour, when in dust to Thee.' 249.

�Veni Creator. 346. Also 5 tunes not marked as com-

�4 Welcome, happy morning.' 284. Come, ye faithful.' 285. (S.

�posed for this work, but pub- lished here for the first tiiue :


�Rt. Mary Magdalene.

�Onward Christian soldiers.' 476.

�Lux in tenebris.

�CS. Gertrude,' also 'Church

�Lux Eol.


�St. Patrick.

�4 Safe home.' 607.

�St. Theresa.

�Gentle Shepherd.' 609. ('The Long Home.')

�(Besides 7 tunes specially adapted or arranged.)

�Angel voices.' 532.

�In ' Presbyterian Hymnal for the

�Hearer, my God, to Thee.* 670.

�young.' 1882.

�(' Propior Deo.') ' Courage brother.'


�The Contrabandista. B. 1868. | The Sorcerer. M. 1877.

�Cox and Box. B. 1869.

�H.M.S. Pinafore. M. 1878.

�Thespis (MS.). 1872.

�Pirates of Penzance. Ch. 1880.

�Trial by Jury. Ch. 1875,

�Patience. Ch. 1881.

�The Zoo (MS.). 1875.

�lolanthe. Ch. 1882.


The Tempest. Op. 1. C.. 1862.; (Merchant of Venice. 0.1873. afterwards N. ' The Merry Wives of Windsor. MS.

Henry VIII. M.1879.


��The last night of the year. N. 1868. Choral Songs. N. :

The rainy day. 1867.

O hush thee, my babie. 1867.

Evening. 1868.

Joy to the Victors. 1868.

��Parting gleams. 1863. Echoes. 1S68. The long day closes. 1868. The beleaguered. 1868. 1 Song of peace, 'In The Choralist, no. 160. B.

��ODE. I wish to tune (Baritone and Orch.) B. 1868.


The Window, or the Loves of the Wrens : words written for music by Alfred Tennyson, Poet Laureate ; the music by Arthur Sulli- van. Strahan & Co. 1871. (11 Songs set out of 12).

��Bride from the North. C. 1863. 1 heard the nightingale. Ch.

1863. Arabian Love Song (Shelley).

Ch. 1866.

Orpheus with his lute. C. 1866. O mistress mine. C. 1866. Sigh no more, ladles. C. 1866. The Willow Song. C. 1866. Sweet day, so cool. C. 1866. Kosalind. C. 1866. Thou art lost to me. B. 1866. Will he come? B.1866. A weary lot is thine. Ch.lS66. If doughty deeds. Ch. 1866. the is not fair to outward view.

B. 1866.

Ah ! County Guy. A. * P. 1867. The Maiden's Story. Ch. 1867. Give. B. 1867.

��The moon in ilent brightness.

fair dove, fond dove. A. it P.

in 'Hanover Square,' 1868. sweet and fair. B. 1868. The snow lies white. B. 1868. The mother's dream. B. 1868. The Troubadour. B. 1869. Birds In the night (Lullaby from

Cox and Box). B.1869. Sad memories. M. 1869. Dove song. B. 1869. A life that lives for you. B. 1870. The Village Chimes. B. 1&70. Looking back. B. 1870. Once again. B.1872. Golden days. B. 1872. None but I can say. B. 1872. Guinevere. C. 1872. The Sailor's grave. C. 1872. Little maid of Arkadee (ThespU).

��In the summers long ago. M,

1867. C. 1872.

What does little birdie say ? A. & There sits a bird. C. 1873.

P. in ' Ilauover Square,' 1867. Looking forward. B. 1873.

��The Young Mother, 3 Songs- Cradle Song; Ay dl ml ; First Departure. C. 1873.

O ma charmante. C. 1873.

O Bella mla. C. 1873.

Sweet dreamer. C. 1873.

Two Songs in 'The Miller and his Man,' a drawing-room enter- tainment by F. C. Burnand. 1873.

Sleep, my love, sleep. 1874.

Mary Morison. 1874.

The L'tstant Shore. Ch. 1874.

Thou art weary. Ch. 1874.

My dear and only love. B. 1S74.

Living poems. B. 1874.

Tender and true. Ch. 1874.

Christmas Bells at Sea. N. 1S75.

��Love laid his sleepless head. B.

1875. The love that loves me not. N.


Let me dream again. B. 1875. Thou 'rt passing hence. Ch. 1S75. Sweethearts. Ch. 1875. My dearest heart. B. 1876. Sometimes. B. 1877. The lost chord. B. 1877. I would I were a king. B. 1877. When tbou art near. B. 1877. Old love letters. B. 1R79. St. Agnes Eve. B. 1879. The Dominion Hymn. Ch. 1880. Edward Gray (Tennyson Album).

S. L. 18K). The Sisters (Duet S. A A. Leisure

Hour, 1881).


��Procession March. C. 1863.

Music to the Ballet 'L'lle en- chanted.' May 16, 1864.

Symphony In E. 1866. MS.

Concerto, Cello, and Orchestra 1866. MS.

Overtures : Sapphire Necklace. MS.

��InMemoriam. 1866. MS. Marmion. 1867. MS. Di Ballo. 8. L. 1869. Additional accompaniments to Handel's 'Jephtha.' 1K9. -VS. Duo concertante, PF. and Cello. D. Lambora Cock.

��WORKS FOB PIANOFORTE. Thoughts, Op. 2. Nos.land2. 1862. | Twilight. Ch. 1868.

Day dreams. 6 pieces. B. 1867. TQ T

SUL PONTICELLO, upon, i. e. close to, the bridge ; a term in violin playing to imply that the bow is used on that part of the strings. For the effect see PONTICELLO, vol. iii. p. 15. [G.]

SULZER, SALOMON, Precentor of the Jews' synagogue in Vienna, and re former of their musical service, was born March 30, 1804, at Hohenems in Vorarlberg. The name was derived from Sulz in Wiirtemberg, the ancient residence of the family. When only 13 he was made cantor of the synagogue at his native village by the Emperor Franz I, and in 1825 was called to Vienna to conduct the music at the newly built synagogue there. There he took lessons in composition from Seyfried, and set himself earnestly to reform the service by reducing the old melodies to rhythm and harmonising them. His collection of Jewish hymns, under the name of ' Schir Zion,' the Harp of Zion, was used all over Germany, Italy, and even America; but it was not till 1838 that he could succeed in publishing it. It contains a setting of the pand Psalm (in Moses Mendels- sohn's version) by SCHUBERT, for Baritone solo, and 4 men's voices, made in July 1828, the autograph of which is in possession of the synagogue (Nottebohm's Catalogue, p. 229). In 1842 a second edition appeared, and in 1865 a second volume. A collection of home and school songs, entitled 'Dudaim' (Mandrakes), appears to be still in MS. In 1866 a fete was held in his honour and a silver laurel presented to him, with the inscription 'The Artists of Vienna to the Artist Sulzer.' From 1844 to 47 he was Professor of Singing at the Vienna Conservatorium. He is a Hitter of the order of Franz Joseph (1868) and carries the medals of various societies. His voice, a baritone, is said to have been magnificent, and he was greatly esteemed and beloved inside and outside of his own community.

His two daughters, Marie and Henriette are

public singers, and his son Joseph is an esteemed

| cello-player in the Court opera at Vienna. [G.]

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