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Mus., iii. 185 a, etc. ; Schools of Comp., iii. 3086 ; Soc. British Musicians, iii. 5440 ; Stephens (C. E,), iii. 711 a; Thayer, iv. 986 ; Thomas (H.), iv. io^b ; Thomas (J.), iv. 1050; Tie, iv. U4a; Woelfl, iv. 480^; Wylde, iv. 4926; Zimmer- inann (Agnes), iv. 5076.

POTTEB, R.; Philh. Soc., ii. 698 a.

POUGIN, A., iii. 236; iv. 75ia; Boieldieu,i. 2550, note] Fe"tis, i. 5176; Rameau, iii. 726; Revue et Gazette Mus., iii. I2ib; Verdi, iv. 2400, etc.; Diet, of Mus., iv. 6i$a; Hist, of Mus.,iv. 675 a.

POWELL, W., iii. 24*1.

PRACTICAL HARMONY, iii. 240; iv. 751 a ; dementi, i. 3720.

PRADANUS, H.; Eslava, i. 4950.

PRADHER; Fe"tis, i. 5170; Herz, i. 7326; Hiinten, i. 7550; Song, iii. 5950.

PRAEGER, F. C. W., iii. 246; PF. Mus.,ii. 7316.

PR.ENESTINUS. (See PALES- TRINA, ii. 6350.)

PR.ETORIUS, B., iii. 266.

PR.ETORIUS, G., iii. 266.

PR^ETORIUS, H., iii. 266; Boden- schatz, i. 2530 ; Scheidemann, iv. 7810.

PR.ETORIUS, Jac., iii. 266 ; Cho- rale, iv. 5890; Scheidemann, iv. 781 a.

PR^ETORIUS, Joh., iii. 266.

PR.ETORius,M.,iii.24b ; iv.75i a ; Bass Clef, i. 1500; Boden- schatz, i. 253 a; Clavichord, i. 368 b ; Clavicytherium, i. 2696; Fingering, i. 5256; Gabrieli (G.), i. 57201; Gamba Viola da, i. 5806 ; Lute, ii. 1 77 a; Mus. Lib., ii. 4186, etc.; Organ, ii. 5816, etc.; Passamezzo, ii. 662 a; Psal- tery, iii. 446; Quodlibet, iii. 62 a; Regal, iii. 936; Roch- litz, iii. 1420; Ruckers, iii. 1956; Schools of Comp., iii. 280 a, etc. ; Sink-a-pace, iii. 5176; Song, iii. 6206; Syn- tagma Musicum, iv. 44 b; Theorbo, iv. loob ; Trans- posing Instruments, iv. i6oa ; Virginal, iv. 305 b ; Volkslied, iv. 337 b; Chorale, iv. 5886; Hist, of Mus., iv. 6740, etc. ; Mus. Lib., iv. 7246; Schein, iv. 7846.

PRAGA, E. ; Bo'ito, iv. 551 a.

PRALL-TRILLER ; Mordent, ii. 3640, etc. ; Shake, iii. 4796.

��INDEX.

PRATENSIS, J. ; Mus. Antiqua, ii. 41 1 a.

PRATO; Ifigenia, i. 7656; Jom- melli, ii. 366.

PRATT, J., iii. 266; Mus. Lib., ii. 4226.

PRATT ; Zenobia, iv. 5060.

PRATTEN, F. S., iii. 2 7 a.

PRATTEN, Mrs. S., iii. 270; Gui- tar, i. 641 a.

PRATTEN, R. S., iii. 2 7 a.

PREAMBULUM. (See PRELUDE, iii. 28a.)

PRE AUX CLERCS, Le, iii. 270; Herald, i. 732 a. .

PRECENTOR, iii. 270 ; Leipzig, ii. 1146; Cantor, iv. 5780.

PRECES ; Response, iii. i i6a, etc. ; Tally s, iv. 536.

PRECIOSA, iii. 276; Weber, iv. 4170, etc.

PREDIERI, L.-A., iii. 276; Mar- tini, ii. 222 a; Metastasio, ii. 31 5 b, etc.; Saggio di Con- trappunto, iii. 2 1 2 a ; Zenobia, iv. 506 a.

PREFACES ; Plain Song, ii. 767?).

PREGHIERA, iii. 276.

PREINDL, J., iii. 28 a; Bibl (A.), i. 2410.

PRELLEUR, P., iii. 2 8 a.

PRELUDE, iii. 28 a; Allemande, i. 556; Opera, ii. 5046; Over- ture, ii. 6236; Preambulum, iii. 270; Schools of Comp., iii. 281 a; Suite, iii. 7560, etc.; Vorspiel, iv. 3406.

PRELUDES, Les, iii. 290; Liszt, ii. I49&.

PRENTICE, R., iv. 751 a; Hist, of Mus., iv. 6760.

PREPARATION, iii. 290; Per- cussion, ii. 685 & ; Suspension, iv. 46.

PRESA, iii. 29 a ; Inscription, ii. 50 ; Notation, ii. 4746.

PRESSENDA ; Stradivari, iii. 7320; Violin, iv. 2830.

PRESTAND ; Organ, ii. 594 a, etc.

PRESTISSIMO, iii. 296.

PRESTO, iii. 29 b ; Tempo, iv. 83 a.

PRESTON (of York) ; Organ, ii. 590 a.

PRETI, A. ; Oriana, ii. 611 b.

PROVOST, E., iii. 29b; Gr. Prix de Rome, i. 6i8b; Lesueur, ii. I25b.

PREVOST, G. ; Sistine Chapel, iv. 794 a.

PROVOST, L., iii. 300.

PREYEB, G., iii. 300 ; iv. 751 b; Sechter, iii. 4560; Straus (L.), iii. 737 a; Strauss (J.), iii. 739 a 5 Pollitzer, iv. 7500.

PREYER, Professor j Partial

��Tones, ii. 654 b; Resultant

Tones, iii. I2ob; Ellis, iv.

6270.

PRICK SONG, iii. 300; Counter- point, i. 4076; Morley

(Thomas), ii. 3680. PRIEST, J., iii. 300; Purcell

(H.), iii. 4 6b.

PRIETO, J. ; Eslava, i. 495 a. PRIMAVERA DELL' ARPA ; Mus.

Lib., ii. 4190 ; Schools of

Comp., iii. 2660; Mus. Lib.,

iv. 7260. PRIME, iii. 300. PRIMER, iii. sob. PRIMO, iii. sob; Secondo, iii.

456 b. PRINCE DE LA MOSKOWA, iii.

3ob.

PRINCESS IDA, iv. 751 b; Sulli- van, iii. 7620. PRINCIPAL, iii. 31 b; Octave, ii.

4920; Organ, ii. 583^ etc. PRINCIPAL - WORK ; Flue-work,

i- 535b; Flute-work, i. 5380. PRINETTI ; Rossini, iii. 164*1. PRING, L, iii. 326; Horsley

(W.),i. 7 53b. PRING, Jac., iii. 320; Concen-

tores Sodales, i. 383 b ; Horsley

(W.), i. 753&. PRING, Jos., iii. 32 a; Horsley

(W.), i. 753 b. PRINTZ, W. C. ; Hist, of Mus.,

iv. 6740. PRIORIS ; Sistine Chapel, iv.

794a. PROBST; Choral Fantasia, i.

352 a; Kistner, ii. 62 a;

Schubert, iii. 3460, etc. PROCH, H., iii., 32 b; Nicolai,

ii. 453b; Peschka, ii. 695^ PROCHASKA ; Polka, iii. 9 a. PRODIGAL SON, The, iii. 32 b;

Sullivan, iii. 7620. PRODOSCIMUS DE BELDOMANDIS ;

Mus. Mensurata, ii. 415 b;

Organum, ii. 6ioa; Padua,

ii. 627b. PROFESSIONAL CONCERTS; Abel

(K.), i. 50; Concerts, i. 3840. PROFESSOR, iii. 32b; iv. 751 b;

Bennett (Sterndale), i. 225b;

Cambridge, i. 3000 ; Greene,

i. 6250; Macfarren (G.), ii.

i86a; Ouseley, ii. 6i8a;

Randall (J.), iii. 730; Reid,

iii. 1006 ; Staggins, iii. 686 b ;

Stanford (C. V.), iii. 689 b;

Stewart (Sir R.), iii. 7130;

Tudway, iv. i8sb; Wesley

(S. S.), iv. 447 a; Stanford

(C. V.), iv. 796 b. PROGRAMME, iii. 33 b; Analysis,

i. 62 b, etc.

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