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Gli indici che seguono sono stati elaborati sulla base del catalogo contenuto in: Ian Gemmie & Derek McCulloch, Jane Austen's Music. The musical world of Jane Austen, Corda Music Publications, St Albens, Herts, 1996, dove sono elencati tutti i brani contenuti negli otto volumi di spartiti musicali custoditi presso il "Jane Austen Memorial Trust", con una numerazione che riporta il numero progressivo del volume e quello del brano.
Quattro volumi sono interamente manoscritti (1-2-3-4), quattro contengono solo edizioni a stampa (4-5-6-8) e uno sia manoscritti che edizioni a stampa (7). Per ogni brano ho indicato se si tratta di un manoscritto (MS.) o di un'edizione a stampa (ST.)
Per i brani con parole e musica ho inserito il titolo (se riportato) e il testo del primo verso (separato da "/"), oppure, in mancanza del titolo, solo il primo verso.


Indice per numero
Indice per autore
Indice per titolo e/o primo verso




INDICE PER NUMERO
(numero GM — autore — titolo e/o primo verso — MS. o ST.)
(inizio pagina)

1:01 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — March in Judas Maccabeus — MS.

1:02 — Anonimo — Minuett — MS.

1:03 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — Minuett in Ariadne — MS.

1:04 — Boyce, William — Contented all day I will sit at your side [da The Chaplet] — MS.

1:05 — Boyce, William — The Ass / Push about the brisk bowl [da The Chaplet] — MS.

1:06 — Howard, Samuel — The Faithfull Shepherdess / At setting day and rising morn — MS.

1:07 — Felton, William — Air with variations — MS.

1:08 — Baildon, Joseph — Jockey and Jenny / Stern winter has left us ye trees are in bloom — MS.

1:09 — Arne, Thomas Augustine — Lotharia / Vainly now ye strive to charm me — MS.

1:10 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — Susana / Ask if yon damask rose be sweet — MS.

1:11 — Anonimo — Jockey / I'll sing to my lover all night and all day — MS.

1:12 — Boyce, William — Sinfonia da The Chaplet (secondo movimento] — MS.

1:13 — Felton, William — Composed by Mr Felton — MS.

1:14 — Anonimo — Love never more shall give me pain — MS.

1:15 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — Water Peice [da Water Music] — MS.

1:16 — Anonimo — On ye Tay's verdant banks a fair maid lay reclined — MS.

1:17 — Anonimo — When you ask me to sing — MS.

1:18 — Anonimo — When Apollo shall tune ye lyre — MS.

1:19 — Anonimo — Viens que j'examine cette mine — MS.

1:20 — Anonimo — Jessy or The Happy Pair / How blest my time has been — MS.

1:21 — Howard, Samuel — The Chace is o'er and on the plain — MS.

1:22 — Shield, John — Cross Purposes / Tom lover Mary passing well, but Mary she loves Harry — MS.

1:23 — Hasse, Johann Adolph — Brano non identificato — MS.

1:24 — Howard, Samuel — The Lass of St Osyth / At St Osyth by the Mill — MS.

1:25 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — Chastity thou Cherub bright [da Susanna] — MS.

1:26 — Anonimo — The Soger Laddie / My Soger Laddie is over the seas and he will bring gold and money to me — MS.

1:27 — Anonimo — The Young Gentleman's Retreat — MS.

1:28 — Hasse, Johann Adolph — Allegro [non identificato] — MS.

1:29 — Anonimo — Marshal Sax's Minuet — MS.

1:30 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — Ouverture dal Samson [sezione finale] — MS.

1:31 — Händel, Georg Friedrich — Concerto 2° [dal conc. per organo op. 4 n. 2] — MS.

1:32 — Anonimo — Senza titolo — MS.

1:33 — Anonimo — Minuett — MS.

1:34 — Anonimo — Senza titolo — MS.

1:35 — — —

1:36 — Mornington, Lord — Glee Robinhood — MS.

1:37 — Shield, William — Siciliano / Her hair is like a Golden Clue — MS.

1:38 — Anonimo — Savage Dance — MS.

1:39 — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Commencement d'Escoute d'Jeanetto [da Les Deux Petits Savoyards] — MS.

1:40 — Anonimo — Suite de l'Air / When with smiles the fairs complying — MS.

1:41 — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Duo des Deux Savoyards [da Les Deux Petits Savoyards] — MS.

2:01 — Le Moyne, Jean-Baptiste — Ouverture des Pretendus — MS.

2:02 — Anonimo — Fandango. É los Gigangas from Thicknesse's Tour — MS.

2:03 — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Ouverture de Renaud d'Ast — MS.

2:04 — Anonimo — Nos Galen — MS.

2:05 — Anonimo — Mrs Hamilton of Princaitland's Strathspey — MS.

2:06 — Anonimo — The Austrian Grenadier's quick March — MS.

2:07 — Anonimo — Troop of the Coldstream Regiment of Guards — MS.

2:08 — Anonimo — The London March — MS.

2:09 — Anonimo — March by Mr Niger — MS.

2:10 — Anonimo — Scotch Air — MS.

2:11 — Anonimo — The Austrian Retreat — MS.

2:12 — Mazzinghi, Joseph — Le Trois Sultanes — MS.

2:13 — Anonimo — Senza titolo — MS.

2:14 — Anonimo — Senza titolo — MS.

2:15 — Mazzinghi, Joseph — Sonata — MS.

2:16 — Anonimo — Waltz — MS.

2:17 — Anonimo — Waltz — MS.

2:18 — Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus [da] — "The Duke of York's New March [da Le nozze di Figaro: "Non più andrai"]" — MS.

2:19 — Kelly, Michael — March in Blue Beard [da Blue Beard or Female Curiosity] — MS.

2:20 — Anonimo — German Waltz — MS.

2:21 — Anonimo — German Waltz — MS.

2:22 — Anonimo — Coolun with Variations — MS.

2:23 — Anonimo — Duke Of York's March — MS.

2:24 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata — MS.

2:25 — Lee, Lady Catherine — The Gloucester Waltz — MS.

2:26 — Anonimo — La Rose - Cotillon — MS.

2:27 — Anonimo — The Perigordine — MS.

2:28 — Anonimo — To Fair Fidele's Grassy Tomb — MS.

2:29 — Anonimo — Old Robin Gray — MS.

2:30 — Anonimo — March — MS.

2:31 — Anonimo — My Lodging is on the could ground — MS.

2:32 — Powell, Thomas(?) — My Love she's but a Lassie yet — MS.

2:33 — Corri, Domenico — My ain kind Dearie — MS.

2:34 — Latour(?), T. — The Nightingale — MS.

2:35 — Anonimo — Polonese Russe — MS.

2:36 — Steibelt, Daniel — Steibelt's 10th Pot Pourri with variations. Air of Guardami un poco — MS.

2:37 — Arne, Thomas Augustine — Overture to Artaxerxes — MS.

3:01 — Giordani, Tommaso — Canzonet of Alcanzor and Zayda / Tis in vain Alcanzor's spies surround me — MS.

3:02 — Haydn, Franz Joseph — A Ballad adapted to English words by T. Billington [dalla sonata per pf Hob. XVI/35] — MS.

3:03 — Carter, Charles Thomas — O Nanny / Oh! Nanny wilt thou fly from me — MS.

3:04 — Anonimo — The Irishman / The Turban'd Turk who scorns the world — MS.

3:05 — Dibdin, Charles — The Joys of the Country / Let Bucks and let Bloods to praise London agree [da The Wags] — MS.

3:06 — Dibdin(?), Charles — Go and on my truth relying comfort to your cares apllying [da Lionel and Clarissa] — MS.

3:07 — Anonimo — Plus ne veux jamais m'engager — MS.

3:08 — Shield, William — Her hair is like a golden clue [da Robin Hood] — MS.

3:09 — Shield, William — Sweet transports gentle wishes go in vain [da Rosina] — MS.

3:10 — Grétry, André‚ Ernest Modest — Air de Ballets de la Caravane [da La Caravane du Caire] — MS.

3:11 — Storace, Stephen — Of plighted faith [da The Siege of Belgrade] — MS.

3:12 — Dibdin, Charles — The Soldier's Adieu / Adieu, adieu my only life my honour calls me from thee [da The Wags] — MS.

3:13 — Anonimo — Air du Marquis de Tulipano — MS.

3:14 — Grétry(?), Andr‚ Ernest Modest — Sous un berceau de jasmin trouver une belle endormi — MS.

3:15 — Shield, William — From night till morn I take my glass — MS.

3:16 — Paisiello, Giovanni — Filles charmant, jeunes amantes daignez m'apprendre [da Le Roi Théodore à Venise] — MS.

3:17 — Anonimo — Joan said to John — MS.

3:18 — Grétry, Andr‚ Ernest Modest — La danse n'est pas ce que j'aime mai c'est la fille [da Richard Coeuer de Lion] — MS.

3:19 — Mellish, Miss — My Phillida — MS.

3:20 — Anonimo — Chanson Bearnoise / Un troubadour bearnois les yeux inondés de larmes — MS.

3:21 — Anonimo — Thy fatal shafts unerring move — MS.

3:22 — Dibdin, Charles — I that once was a ploughman a sailor now am — MS.

3:23 — Arnold, Samuel James — Think your tawny moor is true pretty Agnes [da The Mountaineers] — MS.

3:24 — Hook, James — The Wedding Day / What Virgin or Sheperd in Valley or Grove — MS.

3:25 — Lisle, Claude Joseph Rouget de — The Marseilles March — MS.

3:26 — Cimador(?), Giambattista — Arietta Veneziano — MS.

3:27 — Anonimo — Were I obliged to beg my bread and had not where to lay my head — MS.

3:28 — Shield, William — The Heaving of the Lead / For England when with favo'ring gale [da Hartford Bridge] — MS.

3:29 — Storace, Stephen — Captivity / My foes prevail my friends are fled — MS.

3:30 — Giordani(?), Tommaso — Queen Mary's Lamentation / I sigh and lament me in vain, these walls can but echo my woes — MS.

3:31 — Arnold, Samuel James — The poor little Gypsy / A poor little gypsy I wander forlorn — MS.

3:32 — Arnold, Samuel James — When the hollow drum has beat to bed [da The Mountaineers] — MS.

3:33 — Arnold, Samuel James — Faint and weary the way-worn traveller plods uncheerily [da The Mountaineers] — MS.

3:34 — Callcott, John Wall — Collin's Ode on the death of Thompson — MS.

3:35 — Anonimo — Begone dull care I prithee begone from me — MS.

3:36 — Webbe, Samuel — The Mansion of Peace / Soft Zephyr on thy balmy wing — MS.

3:37 — Anonimo — The Match Girl / Come buy of poor May good matches — MS.

4:01 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Fourteen Favorite Sonatinas for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte — ST.

4:01/1 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina I in do magg. — ST.

4:01/2 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina II in re magg. — ST.

4:01/3 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina III in fa magg. — ST.

4:01/4 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina IV in la magg. — ST.

4:01/5 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina V in sol magg. — ST.

4:01/6 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina VI in la magg. — ST.

4:01/7 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina VII in sol magg. — ST.

4:01/8 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina VIII in la min. — ST.

4:01/9 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina IX in re magg. — ST.

4:01/10 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina X in si bem magg. — ST.

4:01/11 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XI in fa magg. — ST.

4:01/12 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XII in mi bem. magg. — ST.

4:01/13 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XIII in do magg. — ST.

4:01/14 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XIV in sol magg. — ST.

4:02 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Pleyel's celebrated Overture — ST.

4:03 — Evance, William — A favorite Concerto for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte — ST.

4:04 — Kotzwara, František — The Battle of Prague. Sonata fort the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — ST.

5:01 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — ST.

5:01/1 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata I in do magg. — ST.

5:01/2 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata II in sol magg. — ST.

5:01/3 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata III in fa magg. — ST.

5:01/4 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata IV in la magg. — ST.

5:01/5 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata V in si bem magg. — ST.

5:01/6 — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata VI in re magg. — ST.

5:02 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Six Favourite Quartetto's by Davaux, adapted for the Harpsichord with Violin and Tenor — ST.

5:02/1 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto I in fa magg. — ST.

5:02/2 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto II in do magg. — ST.

5:02/3 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto III in fa magg. — ST.

5:02/4 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto IV in re magg. — ST.

5:02/5 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto V in la magg. — ST.

5:02/6 — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto VI inmi bem magg. — ST.

5:03 — Schobert, Johann — Deux Sonates pour le Clavecin avec Violon ad Libitum — ST.

5:03/1 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata I in re magg. — ST.

5:03/2 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata II (Pastorale) in sol magg. — ST.

5:04 — Piccinni, Nicolò — The favorite Overture to La Buona Figliuola — ST.

5:05 — Bertoni, Ferdinando — Overture: Medonte — ST.

5:06 — Bertoni, Ferdinando — Overture: Il Convito — ST.

5:07 — Anfossi, Pasquale — Overture: Il Trionfo della Constanza — ST.

5:08 — Anfossi, Pasquale — Overture: I Viaggiatori Felici — ST.

5:09 — Sacchini, Antonio — Overture: Enea e Lavinia — ST.

5:10 — Schobert, Johann — Trois Sinfonies pour le Clavecin avec Violon et deux Cornes de Chasse ad libitum — ST.

5:10/1 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata I in re magg. — ST.

5:10/2 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata II in la magg. — ST.

5:10/3 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata III in fa magg. — ST.

5:11/1 — Stamitz, Karl — A Duett for two Performers on One Harpsichord or Piano Forte — ST.

5:11/2 — Giordani, Tommaso — A Duetto for Two Performers on one Paino Forte or Harpsichord — ST.

5:12 — H„ndel, Georg Friedrich — Hallelujah in the Messiah and Grand Coronation Anthem / Two New Fugues (adapted by John Marsh) — ST.

6:01 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6 Accompanied sonatas for kbd & violin ad lib. — ST.

6:01/1 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata I in do magg. — ST.

6:01/2 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata II in si bem magg. — ST.

6:01/3 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata III in mi bem magg. — ST.

6:01/4 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata IV in sol magg. — ST.

6:01/5 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata V in re magg. — ST.

6:01/6 — Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata VI in mi magg. — ST.

6:02 — Piccinni, Nicol• — Overture: La Buona Figliuola — ST.

6:03 — Sampieri, Nicola — Fuga for the Organ or Piano Forte — ST.

6:04 — Kotzwara, František — The Battle of Prague. Sonata fort the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — ST.

6:05 — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Violin and Violoncello — ST.

6:05/1 — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Sonata I in la magg. — ST.

6:05/2 — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Sonata II in si bem magg. — ST.

6:05/3 — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Sonata III in mi bem magg. — ST.

6:06 — Eichner, Ernst — Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord or Forte Piano with Violin and Bass ad libitum — ST.

6:06/1 — Eichner, Ernst — Sonata I in la magg. — ST.

6:06/2 — Eichner, Ernst — Sonata II in si bem magg. — ST.

6:06/3 — Eichner, Ernst — Sonata III in mi bem magg. — ST.

6:06/4 — Eichner, Ernst — Sonata IV in re magg. — ST.

6:06/5 — Eichner, Ernst — Sonata V in sol magg. — ST.

6:06/6 — Eichner, Ernst — Sonata VI in fa min. — ST.

6:07 — Schobert, Johann — Trois Sinfonies pour le Clavecin avec Violon et deux Cornes de Chasse ad libitum — ST.

6:07/1 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata I in re magg. — ST.

6:07/2 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata II in la magg. — ST.

6:07/3 — Schobert, Johann — Sonata III in fa magg. — ST.

6:08 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Pleyel's celebrated Concertante, adapted for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte with Violin — ST.

6:09 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Flute or Violin, and Violoncello — ST.

6:09/1 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata I in do magg. — ST.

6:09/2 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata II in sol magg. — ST.

6:09/3 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata III in si bem magg. — ST.

6:09/4 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata IV in la magg. — ST.

6:09/5 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata V in mi min. — ST.

6:09/6 — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata VI in re magg. — ST.

7:01 — Hook, James — Ma chere Amie — ST.

7:02 — Anonimo — I ha'e laid a herring in Salt — MS.

7:03a — Anonimo — In airy dreams soft fancy flies [Song] — ST.

7:03b — Anonimo — In airy dreams soft fancy flies [Duett] — ST.

7:04 — Relfe, John — Mary's Dream or Sandy's Ghost / The Moon had clim'd the highest hill — ST.

7:05 — Jackson, William — When first this humble roof I knew — ST.

7:06 — Arne, Thomas Augustine — Cymon and Iphigenia / Near a thick grove whose deep embow'ring shade — ST.

7:07 — Naumann, Johann Gottlieb — Vino Vecchio — ST.

7:08 — Anonimo — Senza titolo — MS.

7:09 — Dibdin(?), Charles — How imperfect is expression — ST.

7:10 — Anonimo — Oh Susan, Susan lovely dear — ST.

7:11 — Shield, William — The Plough Boy / A flaxen headed Cow Boy — ST.

7:12 — Anonimo — Why tarries my love? Ah, where does he rove — MS.

7:13 — Devonshire, Georgiana Cavendish Duchess of — I have a silent sorrow here [Song for The Stranger] — MS.

7:14 — Philidor(?), François André‚ / Duni(?), Romualdo — Ah, que l'amour est chose jolie [Song from La Fée Urgele] — MS.

7:15(a) — Anonimo — Juvenile Amusement / There was a man in Sicily] — ST.

7:15(b) — Anonimo — Juvenile Amusement / There was an old woman, and what do you think] — ST.

7:16 — Harwood(?), Edward — The Dying Christian to his Soul / Vital spark of heav'nly flame — ST.

7:17 — Linley, Thomas — The Woodman / Stay Traveller, tarry here tonight — ST.

7:18 — Anonimo — Laisse là sur l'herbette ton chien — MS.

7:19 — Reading, John — Domum / Concinamus O Sodales! — ST.

7:20 — Dibdin, Charles — The Lamplighter / I'm jolly Dick, the Lamplighter — ST.

7:21 — Anonimo — Goosey Goosey Gander, where shall I wander — MS.

7:22 — Dibdin, Charles — Sound Argoment / We bipeds made up of frail clay — ST.

7:23 — Hook, James — Donna Della / When Cupid first his trade began — ST.

7:24 — Anonimo — Senza titolo — MS.

7:25 — Krumpholtz, Jan Křtitel (Jean-Baptiste) — Hither love thy beauties bring / Come in all thy bloom of charms — MS.

7:26 — Spofforth, Reginald — Ellen, the Richmond Primrose Girl / Near bow'ry Richmond, Thames's pride — MS.

7:27 — Anonimo — Glenviddick — MS.

7:28 — Anonimo — The Chosen Few — MS.

7:29 — Leveridge, Richard — The Tipling Philosophers / Diogenes surly and proud — ST.

7:30a — Harington, Henry — How sweet in the Woodlands [Duetto] — ST.

7:30b — Harington, Henry — How sweet in the Woodlands [Song] — ST.

7:31 — Harington(?), Henry — The Egyptian Love Song / Sweet doth blush the rosy morning — MS.

7:32 — Anonimo — The Prayer of the Sicilian Mariners / O sanctissima, O piissima dulcis Virgo — MS.

7:33 — Crotch, Stephen — Air Russe — MS.

7:34 — Storace, Stephen — Tho you think by this to vex me [da The Siege of Belgrade] — MS.

7:35 — Anonimo — Romance du Major Andr‚ — MS.

7:36 — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Air de Philippe et Georgette — MS.

7:37 — Storace, Stephen — How provoking your doubts [da Le Siege de Belgrade] — MS.

7:38 — Watlen, John — God save the King, With New Variations — ST.

7:39 — Storace, Stephen — The sapling Oak lost in the dell [da Le Siege de Belgrade] — MS.

7:40 — Baudron, Antoine Laurent — Since then I'm doom'd this sad reverse to prove — MS.

7:41 — Anonimo — Cossack Dance — MS.

7:42 — Anonimo — As I was walking by yon burnside — MS.

7:43 — Anonimo — Oh Susan Susan lovely dear — ST.

7:44 — Anonimo — Pauvre Jacques / Quand j'étais pres de toi — MS.

7:45 — Arnold, Samuel James — Sure t'would make a dismal story [da Fire and Water] — ST.

7:46 — Watlen, John — My Mother / Who fed me from her gentle breast — ST.

7:47 — Dibdin, Charles — The Bachelor's Hall / To Bachelor's hall we good fellows invite — ST.

7:48 — Gluck, Christoph Willibald — Che farò senza Euridice [What alas shall Orpheus do, da Orfeo ed Euridice] — ST.

7:49 — Arne, Thomas Augustine — Nymphs and Sheperds — ST.

7:50 — Dibdin, Charles — Poor Orra tink of Yanko dear — ST.

7:51 — Arne, Thomas Augustine — To ease his heart: The Spinning Wheel [The Scotch Air in the Overture to Thomas and Sally] — ST.

7:52 — Paisiello, Giovanni — For tenderness form'd in Life's early day [da Il barbiere di Siviglia: Saper bramate] — ST.

8:01 — Jackson, William — Twelve Canzonets for two Voices — ST.

8:01/1 — Jackson, William — Time has not thin'd my flowing hair [Canzonet I] — ST.

8:01/2 — Jackson, William — The day that saw thy beauty rise [Canzonet II] — ST.

8:01/3 — Jackson, William — From the plains from the Woodlands and Groves [Canzonet III) — ST.

8:01/4 — Jackson, William — Now I know what it is to have strove [Canzonet IV] — ST.

8:01/5 — Jackson, William — Ah, where does my Phillida stray [Canzonet V] — ST.

8:01/6 — Jackson, William — The Pilgrim that journeys alla Day [Canzonet VI] — ST.

8:01/7 — Jackson, William — Take, oh take those lips away [Canzonet VII, parole da Misura per Misura di Shakespeare] — ST.

8:01/8 — Jackson, William — O Venus, hear, O hear my ardent Pray'r [Canzonet VIII] — ST.

8:01/9 — Jackson, William — Do not unbind two gentle hearts [Canzonet IX] — ST.

8:01/10 — Jackson, William — Sad is my day and ling' ring night [Canzonet X] — ST.

8:01/11 — Jackson, William — Ah, what avails thy Lover's Pray'r [Canzonet XI] — ST.

8:01/12 — Jackson, William — Alas from the Day that we met [Canzonet XII] — ST.

8:02 — Anonimo — Thirty Scots Song for a Voice & Harpsichord — ST.

8:02/1 — Anonimo — Katharine Ogie / As walking forth to view the plain — ST.

8:02/2 — Anonimo — Blathrie o'it / When I think on this warld's pelf — ST.

8:02/3 — Anonimo — The Birks of Invernay / The smiling morn, the breathing spring — ST.

8:02/4 — Anonimo — Bessy Bell & Mary Gray / O Bessy Bell — ST.

8:02/5 — Anonimo — Peatie's Mill / The lass of Peaty's mill — ST.

8:02/6 — Anonimo — Fee him Father / Saw ye Johnie cummin — ST.

8:02/7 — Anonimo — Low down in the Broom / My daddy is a canker'd carle — ST.

8:02/8 — Anonimo — The last Time I came o'er the Moor — ST.

8:02/9 — Anonimo — Gilder Roy — ST.

8:02/10 — Anonimo — Hooly and fairly / Oh! What had I ado for to marry — ST.

8:02/11 — Anonimo — She rose and loot me in / The night her silent sable wore — ST.

8:02/12 — Anonimo — Ann thou were my ain thing — ST.

8:02/13 — Anonimo — Tak your auld clock about ye / In winter when the rain rain'd cauld — ST.

8:02/14 — Anonimo — The Boatman / Ye gales that gently wave the sea — ST.

8:02/15 — Anonimo — There Nancy's to the green Wood gane — ST.

8:02/16 — Anonimo — Tweed Side / What beauties does Flora disclose — ST.

8:02/17 — Anonimo — For the laik-lake of gold she left me — ST.

8:02/18 — Anonimo — The Bush aboun Tranquair / Hear me, ye nymphs and ev'ry swain — ST.

8:02/19 — Anonimo — Corn Riggs / My Patie is a lover gay — ST.

8:02/20 — Anonimo — The Broom of the Cowdenknows / How blyth was I each morn to see — ST.

8:02/21 — Anonimo — Amynta / My sheep I've forsaken — ST.

8:02/22 — Anonimo — There's my thumb / Betty early gone a-maying — ST.

8:02/23 — Anonimo — The yellow hair'd laddy / In April, when primroses — ST.

8:02/24 — Anonimo — Hey, Jenny, come to Jock / Jocky he came here to woo — ST.

8:02/25 — Anonimo — Down the Burn Davie / When trees did bud — ST.

8:02/26 — Anonimo — I'll never leave thee / One day I heard Mary say — ST.

8:02/27 — Anonimo — Peggy I must love thee / As from a rock, past all relief — ST.

8:02/28 — Anonimo — Woe's my heart / With broken words & downcast eyes — ST.

8:02/29 — Anonimo — Fanny Fair / To Fanny fair — ST.

8:02/30 — Anonimo — Gill Morice was an erle's son — ST.

8:03 — Anonimo — A Second Set of Scots Songs for a Voice & Harpsichord — ST.

8:03/1 — Anonimo — Gallow Sheils / Ah, the poor Sheperd's mournful fate — ST.

8:03/2 — Anonimo — At Polwart on the Green — ST.

8:03/3 — Anonimo — The Banks of Forth / Ye Sylvan powers — ST.

8:03/4 — Anonimo — I wish my love were in a Mire / Blest as the immortal gods is he — ST.

8:03/5 — Anonimo — Dumbarton's Drums — ST.

8:03/6 — Anonimo — On Etrick Banks — ST.

8:03/7 — Anonimo — Love is the cause of my mourning / By a murmering stream — ST.

8:03/8 — Anonimo — Here awa there awa — ST.

8:03/9 — Anonimo — Sae merry as we hae been / A lass that was leaden'd with care — ST.

8:03/10 — Anonimo — O Waly waly — ST.

8:03/11 — Anonimo — My deary, an't thou die / Love never more shall give me pain — ST.

8:03/12 — Anonimo — Farewell to Lochaber — ST.

8:03/13 — Anonimo — Throw the Wood laddie / O Sandy, why leaves thou thy Nellie — ST.

8:03/14 — Anonimo — My Nanny-O / While some for pleasure pawn their breath — ST.

8:03/15 — Anonimo — Young Philander — ST.

8:03/16 — Anonimo — Mary Scot / Happy's love — ST.

8:03/17 — Anonimo — The Highland Laddie / The Lowlands lads — ST.

8:03/18 — Anonimo — Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny Bride — ST.

8:03/19 — Anonimo — John Hay's bonny Lassie / By smooth winding Tay — ST.

8:03/20 — Anonimo — The bonniest Lass in a' the Warld / Look where my dear Hamillia — ST.

8:03/21 — Anonimo — Saw ye nae my Peggy — ST.

8:03/22 — Anonimo — Bonny Jean / Love's goddess in a myrtle grove — ST.

8:03/23 — Anonimo — Rosline Castle / Twas in that season of the year — ST.

8:03/24 — Anonimo — By Pinky House — ST.

8:03/25 — Anonimo — Alloa House / The spring time returns — ST.

8:03/26 — Anonimo — Chevy Chase / God prosper long our noble King — ST.

8:04 — Giordani, Tommaso — Colin and Lucy, English Ballad — ST.




INDICE PER AUTORE
(autore — titolo e/o primo verso — numero GM — MS. o ST.)
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Anonimo — Minuett — 1:02 — MS.

Anonimo — Jockey / I'll sing to my lover all night and all day — 1:11 — MS.

Anonimo — Love never more shall give me pain — 1:14 — MS.

Anonimo — On ye Tay's verdant banks a fair maid lay reclined — 1:16 — MS.

Anonimo — When you ask me to sing — 1:17 — MS.

Anonimo — When Apollo shall tune ye lyre — 1:18 — MS.

Anonimo — Viens que j'examine cette mine — 1:19 — MS.

Anonimo — Jessy or The Happy Pair / How blest my time has been — 1:20 — MS.

Anonimo — The Soger Laddie / My Soger Laddie is over the seas and he will bring gold and money to me — 1:26 — MS.

Anonimo — The Young Gentleman's Retreat — 1:27 — MS.

Anonimo — Marshal Sax's Minuet — 1:29 — MS.

Anonimo — Senza titolo — 1:32 — MS.

Anonimo — Minuett — 1:33 — MS.

Anonimo — Senza titolo — 1:34 — MS.

Anonimo — Savage Dance — 1:38 — MS.

Anonimo — Suite de l'Air / When with smiles the fairs complying — 1:40 — MS.

Anonimo — Fandango. É los Gigangas from Thicknesse's Tour — 2:02 — MS.

Anonimo — Nos Galen — 2:04 — MS.

Anonimo — Mrs Hamilton of Princaitland's Strathspey — 2:05 — MS.

Anonimo — The Austrian Grenadier's quick March — 2:06 — MS.

Anonimo — Troop of the Coldstream Regiment of Guards — 2:07 — MS.

Anonimo — The London March — 2:08 — MS.

Anonimo — March by Mr Niger — 2:09 — MS.

Anonimo — Scotch Air — 2:10 — MS.

Anonimo — The Austrian Retreat — 2:11 — MS.

Anonimo — Senza titolo — 2:13 — MS.

Anonimo — Senza titolo — 2:14 — MS.

Anonimo — Waltz — 2:16 — MS.

Anonimo — Waltz — 2:17 — MS.

Anonimo — German Waltz — 2:20 — MS.

Anonimo — German Waltz — 2:21 — MS.

Anonimo — Coolun with Variations — 2:22 — MS.

Anonimo — Duke Of York's March — 2:23 — MS.

Anonimo — La Rose - Cotillon — 2:26 — MS.

Anonimo — The Perigordine — 2:27 — MS.

Anonimo — To Fair Fidele's Grassy Tomb — 2:28 — MS.

Anonimo — Old Robin Gray — 2:29 — MS.

Anonimo — March — 2:30 — MS.

Anonimo — My Lodging is on the could ground — 2:31 — MS.

Anonimo — Polonese Russe — 2:35 — MS.

Anonimo — The Irishman / The Turban'd Turk who scorns the world — 3:04 — MS.

Anonimo — Plus ne veux jamais m'engager — 3:07 — MS.

Anonimo — Air du Marquis de Tulipano — 3:13 — MS.

Anonimo — Joan said to John — 3:17 — MS.

Anonimo — Chanson Bearnoise / Un troubadour bearnois les yeux inondés de larmes — 3:20 — MS.

Anonimo — Thy fatal shafts unerring move — 3:21 — MS.

Anonimo — Were I obliged to beg my bread and had not where to lay my head — 3:27 — MS.

Anonimo — Begone dull care I prithee begone from me — 3:35 — MS.

Anonimo — The Match Girl / Come buy of poor May good matches — 3:37 — MS.

Anonimo — I ha'e laid a herring in Salt — 7:02 — MS.

Anonimo — In airy dreams soft fancy flies [Song] — 7:03a — ST.

Anonimo — In airy dreams soft fancy flies [Duett] — 7:03b — ST.

Anonimo — Senza titolo — 7:08 — MS.

Anonimo — Oh Susan, Susan lovely dear — 7:10 — ST.

Anonimo — Why tarries my love? Ah, where does he rove — 7:12 — MS.

Anonimo — Juvenile Amusement / There was a man in Sicily] — 7:15(a) — ST.

Anonimo — Juvenile Amusement / There was an old woman, and what do you think] — 7:15(b) — ST.

Anonimo — Laisse là sur l'herbette ton chien — 7:18 — MS.

Anonimo — Goosey Goosey Gander, where shall I wander — 7:21 — MS.

Anonimo — Senza titolo — 7:24 — MS.

Anonimo — Glenviddick — 7:27 — MS.

Anonimo — The Chosen Few — 7:28 — MS.

Anonimo — The Prayer of the Sicilian Mariners / O sanctissima, O piissima dulcis Virgo — 7:32 — MS.

Anonimo — Romance du Major André — 7:35 — MS.

Anonimo — Cossack Dance — 7:41 — MS.

Anonimo — As I was walking by yon burnside — 7:42 — MS.

Anonimo — Oh Susan Susan lovely dear — 7:43 — ST.

Anonimo — Pauvre Jacques / Quand j'étais pres de toi — 7:44 — MS.

Anonimo — Thirty Scots Song for a Voice & Harpsichord — 8:02 — ST.

Anonimo — Katharine Ogie / As walking forth to view the plain — 8:02/1 — ST.

Anonimo — Blathrie o'it / When I think on this warld's pelf — 8:02/2 — ST.

Anonimo — The Birks of Invernay / The smiling morn, the breathing spring — 8:02/3 — ST.

Anonimo — Bessy Bell & Mary Gray / O Bessy Bell — 8:02/4 — ST.

Anonimo — Peatie's Mill / The lass of Peaty's mill — 8:02/5 — ST.

Anonimo — Fee him Father / Saw ye Johnie cummin — 8:02/6 — ST.

Anonimo — Low down in the Broom / My daddy is a canker'd carle — 8:02/7 — ST.

Anonimo — The last Time I came o'er the Moor — 8:02/8 — ST.

Anonimo — Gilder Roy — 8:02/9 — ST.

Anonimo — Hooly and fairly / Oh! What had I ado for to marry — 8:02/10 — ST.

Anonimo — She rose and loot me in / The night her silent sable wore — 8:02/11 — ST.

Anonimo — Ann thou were my ain thing — 8:02/12 — ST.

Anonimo — Tak your auld clock about ye / In winter when the rain rain'd cauld — 8:02/13 — ST.

Anonimo — The Boatman / Ye gales that gently wave the sea — 8:02/14 — ST.

Anonimo — There Nancy's to the green Wood gane — 8:02/15 — ST.

Anonimo — Tweed Side / What beauties does Flora disclose — 8:02/16 — ST.

Anonimo — For the laik-lake of gold she left me — 8:02/17 — ST.

Anonimo — The Bush aboun Tranquair / Hear me, ye nymphs and ev'ry swain — 8:02/18 — ST.

Anonimo — Corn Riggs / My Patie is a lover gay — 8:02/19 — ST.

Anonimo — The Broom of the Cowdenknows / How blyth was I each morn to see — 8:02/20 — ST.

Anonimo — Amynta / My sheep I've forsaken — 8:02/21 — ST.

Anonimo — There's my thumb / Betty early gone a-maying — 8:02/22 — ST.

Anonimo — The yellow hair'd laddy / In April, when primroses — 8:02/23 — ST.

Anonimo — Hey, Jenny, come to Jock / Jocky he came here to woo — 8:02/24 — ST.

Anonimo — Down the Burn Davie / When trees did bud — 8:02/25 — ST.

Anonimo — I'll never leave thee / One day I heard Mary say — 8:02/26 — ST.

Anonimo — Peggy I must love thee / As from a rock, past all relief — 8:02/27 — ST.

Anonimo — Woe's my heart / With broken words & downcast eyes — 8:02/28 — ST.

Anonimo — Fanny Fair / To Fanny fair — 8:02/29 — ST.

Anonimo — Gill Morice was an erle's son — 8:02/30 — ST.

Anonimo — A Second Set of Scots Songs for a Voice & Harpsichord — 8:03 — ST.

Anonimo — Gallow Sheils / Ah, the poor Sheperd's mournful fate — 8:03/1 — ST.

Anonimo — At Polwart on the Green — 8:03/2 — ST.

Anonimo — The Banks of Forth / Ye Sylvan powers — 8:03/3 — ST.

Anonimo — I wish my love were in a Mire / Blest as the immortal gods is he — 8:03/4 — ST.

Anonimo — Dumbarton's Drums — 8:03/5 — ST.

Anonimo — On Etrick Banks — 8:03/6 — ST.

Anonimo — Love is the cause of my mourning / By a murmering stream — 8:03/7 — ST.

Anonimo — Here awa there awa — 8:03/8 — ST.

Anonimo — Sae merry as we hae been / A lass that was leaden'd with care — 8:03/9 — ST.

Anonimo — O Waly waly — 8:03/10 — ST.

Anonimo — My deary, an't thou die / Love never more shall give me pain — 8:03/11 — ST.

Anonimo — Farewell to Lochaber — 8:03/12 — ST.

Anonimo — Throw the Wood laddie / O Sandy, why leaves thou thy Nellie — 8:03/13 — ST.

Anonimo — My Nanny-O / While some for pleasure pawn their breath — 8:03/14 — ST.

Anonimo — Young Philander — 8:03/15 — ST.

Anonimo — Mary Scot / Happy's love — 8:03/16 — ST.

Anonimo — The Highland Laddie / The Lowlands lads — 8:03/17 — ST.

Anonimo — Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny Bride — 8:03/18 — ST.

Anonimo — John Hay's bonny Lassie / By smooth winding Tay — 8:03/19 — ST.

Anonimo — The bonniest Lass in a' the Warld / Look where my dear Hamillia — 8:03/20 — ST.

Anonimo — Saw ye nae my Peggy — 8:03/21 — ST.

Anonimo — Bonny Jean / Love's goddess in a myrtle grove — 8:03/22 — ST.

Anonimo — Rosline Castle / Twas in that season of the year — 8:03/23 — ST.

Anonimo — By Pinky House — 8:03/24 — ST.

Anonimo — Alloa House / The spring time returns — 8:03/25 — ST.

Anonimo — Chevy Chase / God prosper long our noble King — 8:03/26 — ST.

Anfossi, Pasquale — Overture: Il Trionfo della Constanza — 5:07 — ST.

Anfossi, Pasquale — Overture: I Viaggiatori Felici — 5:08 — ST.

Arne, Thomas Augustine — Lotharia / Vainly now ye strive to charm me — 1:09 — MS.

Arne, Thomas Augustine — Overture to Artaxerxes — 2:37 — MS.

Arne, Thomas Augustine — Cymon and Iphigenia / Near a thick grove whose deep embow'ring shade — 7:06 — ST.

Arne, Thomas Augustine — Nymphs and Sheperds — 7:49 — ST.

Arne, Thomas Augustine — To ease his heart: The Spinning Wheel [The Scotch Air in the Overture to Thomas and Sally] — 7:51 — ST.

Arnold, Samuel James — Think your tawny moor is true pretty Agnes [da The Mountaineers] — 3:23 — MS.

Arnold, Samuel James — The poor little Gypsy / A poor little gypsy I wander forlorn — 3:31 — MS.

Arnold, Samuel James — When the hollow drum has beat to bed [da The Mountaineers] — 3:32 — MS.

Arnold, Samuel James — Faint and weary the way-worn traveller plods uncheerily [da The Mountaineers] — 3:33 — MS.

Arnold, Samuel James — Sure t'would make a dismal story [da Fire and Water] — 7:45 — ST.

Baildon, Joseph — Jockey and Jenny / Stern winter has left us ye trees are in bloom — 1:08 — MS.

Baudron, Antoine Laurent — Since then I'm doom'd this sad reverse to prove — 7:40 — MS.

Bertoni, Ferdinando — Overture: Medonte — 5:05 — ST.

Bertoni, Ferdinando — Overture: Il Convito — 5:06 — ST.

Boyce, William — Contented all day I will sit at your side [da The Chaplet] — 1:04 — MS.

Boyce, William — The Ass / Push about the brisk bowl [da The Chaplet] — 1:05 — MS.

Boyce, William — Sinfonia da The Chaplet (secondo movimento] — 1:12 — MS.

Callcott, John Wall — Collin's Ode on the death of Thompson — 3:34 — MS.

Carter, Charles Thomas — O Nanny / Oh! Nanny wilt thou fly from me — 3:03 — MS.

Cimador(?), Giambattista — Arietta Veneziano — 3:26 — MS.

Corri, Domenico — My ain kind Dearie — 2:33 — MS.

Crotch, Stephen — Air Russe — 7:33 — MS.

Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Commencement d'Escoute d'Jeanetto [da Les Deux Petits Savoyards] — 1:39 — MS.

Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Duo des Deux Savoyards [da Les Deux Petits Savoyards] — 1:41 — MS.

Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Ouverture de Renaud d'Ast — 2:03 — MS.

Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — Air de Philippe et Georgette — 7:36 — MS.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Six Favourite Quartetto's by Davaux, adapted for the Harpsichord with Violin and Tenor — 5:02 — ST.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto I in fa magg. — 5:02/1 — ST.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto II in do magg. — 5:02/2 — ST.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto III in fa magg. — 5:02/3 — ST.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto IV in re magg. — 5:02/4 — ST.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto V in la magg. — 5:02/5 — ST.

Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — Quartetto VI inmi bem magg. — 5:02/6 — ST.

Devonshire, Georgiana Cavendish Duchess of — I have a silent sorrow here [Song for The Stranger] — 7:13 — MS.

Dibdin, Charles — The Joys of the Country / Let Bucks and let Bloods to praise London agree [da The Wags] — 3:05 — MS.

Dibdin(?), Charles — Go and on my truth relying comfort to your cares apllying [da Lionel and Clarissa] — 3:06 — MS.

Dibdin, Charles — The Soldier's Adieu / Adieu, adieu my only life my honour calls me from thee [da The Wags] — 3:12 — MS.

Dibdin, Charles — I that once was a ploughman a sailor now am — 3:22 — MS.

Dibdin(?), Charles — How imperfect is expression — 7:09 — ST.

Dibdin, Charles — The Lamplighter / I'm jolly Dick, the Lamplighter — 7:20 — ST.

Dibdin, Charles — Sound Argoment / We bipeds made up of frail clay — 7:22 — ST.

Dibdin, Charles — The Bachelor's Hall / To Bachelor's hall we good fellows invite — 7:47 — ST.

Dibdin, Charles — Poor Orra tink of Yanko dear — 7:50 — ST.

Duni(?), Romualdo / Philidor(?), François André — Ah, que l'amour est chose jolie [Song from La Fée Urgele] — 7:14 — MS.

Eichner, Ernst — Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord or Forte Piano with Violin and Bass ad libitum — 6:06 — ST.

Eichner, Ernst — Sonata I in la magg. — 6:06/1 — ST.

Eichner, Ernst — Sonata II in si bem magg. — 6:06/2 — ST.

Eichner, Ernst — Sonata III in mi bem magg. — 6:06/3 — ST.

Eichner, Ernst — Sonata IV in re magg. — 6:06/4 — ST.

Eichner, Ernst — Sonata V in sol magg. — 6:06/5 — ST.

Eichner, Ernst — Sonata VI in fa min. — 6:06/6 — ST.

Evance, William — A favorite Concerto for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte — 4:03 — ST.

Felton, William — Air with variations — 1:07 — MS.

Felton, William — Composed by Mr Felton — 1:13 — MS.

Giordani, Tommaso — Canzonet of Alcanzor and Zayda / Tis in vain Alcanzo's spies surround me — 3:01 — MS.

Giordani(?), Tommaso — Queen Mary's Lamentation / I sigh and lament me in vain, these walls can but echo my woes — 3:30 — MS.

Giordani, Tommaso — A Duetto for Two Performers on one Paino Forte or Harpsichord — 5:11/2 — ST.

Giordani, Tommaso — Colin and Lucy, English Ballad — 8:04 — ST.

Gluck, Christoph Willibald — Che farò senza Euridice [What alas shall Orpheus do, da Orfeo ed Euridice] — 7:48 — ST.

Grétry, André Ernest Modest — Air de Ballets de la Caravane [da La Caravane du Caire] — 3:10 — MS.

Grétry(?), André Ernest Modest — Sous un berceau de jasmin trouver une belle endormi — 3:14 — MS.

Grétry, André Ernest Modest — La danse n'est pas ce que j'aime mai c'est la fille [da Richard Coeur de Lion] — 3:18 — MS.

Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Violin and Violoncello — 6:05 — ST.

Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Sonata I in la magg. — 6:05/1 — ST.

Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Sonata II in si bem magg. — 6:05/2 — ST.

Gyrowetz, Adalbert — Sonata III in mi bem magg. — 6:05/3 — ST.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — March in Judas Maccabeus — 1:01 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Minuett in Ariadne — 1:03 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Susana / Ask if yon damask rose be sweet — 1:10 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Water Peice [da Water Music] — 1:15 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Chastity thou Cherub bright [da Susanna] — 1:25 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Ouverture dal Samson [sezione finale] — 1:30 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Concerto 2° [dal conc. per organo op. 4 n. 2] — 1:31 — MS.

Händel, Georg Friedrich — Hallelujah in the Messiah and Grand Coronation Anthem / Two New Fugues (adapted by John Marsh) — 5:12 — ST.

Harington, Henry — How sweet in the Woodlands [Duetto] — 7:30a — ST.

Harington, Henry — How sweet in the Woodlands [Song] — 7:30b — ST.

Harington(?), Henry — The Egyptian Love Song / Sweet doth blush the rosy morning — 7:31 — MS.

Harwood(?), Edward — The Dying Christian to his Soul / Vital spark of heav'nly flame — 7:16 — ST.

Hasse, Johann Adolph — Brano non identificato — 1:23 — MS.

Hasse, Johann Adolph — Allegro [non identificato] — 1:28 — MS.

Haydn, Franz Joseph — A Ballad adapted to English words by T. Billington [dalla sonata per pf Hob. XVI/35] — 3:02 — MS.

Hook, James — The Wedding Day / What Virgin or Sheperd in Valley or Grove — 3:24 — MS.

Hook, James — Ma chere Amie — 7:01 — ST.

Hook, James — Donna Della / When Cupid first his trade began — 7:23 — ST.

Howard, Samuel — The Faithfull Shepherdess / At setting day and rising morn — 1:06 — MS.

Howard, Samuel — The Chace is o'er and on the plain — 1:21 — MS.

Howard, Samuel — The Lass of St Osyth / At St Osyth by the Mill — 1:24 — MS.

Jackson, William — When first this humble roof I knew — 7:05 — ST.

Jackson, William — Twelve Canzonets for two Voices — 8:01 — ST.

Jackson, William — Time has not thin'd my flowing hair [Canzonet I] — 8:01/1 — ST.

Jackson, William — The day that saw thy beauty rise [Canzonet II] — 8:01/2 — ST.

Jackson, William — From the plains from the Woodlands and Groves [Canzonet III) — 8:01/3 — ST.

Jackson, William — Now I know what it is to have strove [Canzonet IV] — 8:01/4 — ST.

Jackson, William — Ah, where does my Phillida stray [Canzonet V] — 8:01/5 — ST.

Jackson, William — The Pilgrim that journeys alla Day [Canzonet VI] — 8:01/6 — ST.

Jackson, William — Take, oh take those lips away [Canzonet VII, parole da Misura per Misura di Shakespeare] — 8:01/7 — ST.

Jackson, William — O Venus, hear, O hear my ardent Pray'r [Canzonet VIII] — 8:01/8 — ST.

Jackson, William — Do not unbind two gentle hearts [Canzonet IX] — 8:01/9 — ST.

Jackson, William — Sad is my day and ling' ring night [Canzonet X] — 8:01/10 — ST.

Jackson, William — Ah, what avails thy Lover's Pray'r [Canzonet XI] — 8:01/11 — ST.

Jackson, William — Alas from the Day that we met [Canzonet XII] — 8:01/12 — ST.

Kelly, Michael — March in Blue Beard [da Blue Beard or Female Curiosity] — 2:19 — MS.

Kotzwara, František — The Battle of Prague. Sonata fort the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — 4:04 — ST.

Kotzwara, František — The Battle of Prague. Sonata fort the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — 6:04 — ST.

Krumpholtz, Jan Křtitel (Jean-Baptiste) — Hither love thy beauties bring / Come in all thy bloom of charms — 7:25 — MS.

Latour(?), T. — The Nightingale — 2:34 — MS.

Lee, Lady Catherine — The Gloucester Waltz — 2:25 — MS.

Le Moyne, Jean-Baptiste — Ouverture des Pretendus — 2:01 — MS.

Leveridge, Richard — The Tipling Philosophers / Diogenes surly and proud — 7:29 — ST.

Linley, Thomas — The Woodman / Stay Traveller, tarry here tonight — 7:17 — ST.

Lisle, Claude Joseph Rouget de — The Marseilles March — 3:25 — MS.

Mazzinghi, Joseph — Le Trois Sultanes — 2:12 — MS.

Mazzinghi, Joseph — Sonata — 2:15 — MS.

Mellish, Miss — My Phillida — 3:19 — MS.

Mornington, Lord — Glee Robinhood — 1:36 — MS.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus [da] — The Duke of York's New March [da Le nozze di Figaro: "Non più andrai"] — 2:18 — MS.

Naumann, Johann Gottlieb — Vino Vecchio — 7:07 — ST.

Paisiello, Giovanni — Filles charmant, jeunes amantes daignez m'apprendre [da Le Roi Théodore à Venise] — 3:16 — MS.

Paisiello, Giovanni — For tenderness form'd in Life's early day [da Il barbiere di Siviglia: Saper bramate] — 7:52 — ST.

Philidor(?), François André / Duni(?), Romualdo — Ah, que l'amour est chose jolie [Song from La Fée Urgele] — 7:14 — MS.

Piccinni, Nicolò — The favorite Overture to La Buona Figliuola — 5:04 — ST.

Piccinni, Nicolò — Overture: La Buona Figliuola — 6:02 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Fourteen Favorite Sonatinas for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte — 4:01 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina I in do magg. — 4:01/1 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina II in re magg. — 4:01/2 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina III in fa magg. — 4:01/3 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina IV in la magg. — 4:01/4 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina V in sol magg. — 4:01/5 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina VI in la magg. — 4:01/6 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina VII in sol magg. — 4:01/7 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina VIII in la min. — 4:01/8 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina IX in re magg. — 4:01/9 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina X in si bem magg. — 4:01/10 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XI in fa magg. — 4:01/11 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XII in mi bem. magg. — 4:01/12 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XIII in do magg. — 4:01/13 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonatina XIV in sol magg. — 4:01/14 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Pleyel's celebrated Overture — 4:02 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Pleyel's celebrated Concertante, adapted for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte with Violin — 6:08 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Flute or Violin, and Violoncello — 6:09 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata I in do magg. — 6:09/1 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata II in sol magg. — 6:09/2 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata III in si bem magg. — 6:09/3 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata IV in la magg. — 6:09/4 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata V in mi min. — 6:09/5 — ST.

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — Sonata VI in re magg. — 6:09/6 — ST.

Powell, Thomas(?) — My Love she's but a Lassie yet — 2:32 — MS.

Reading, John — Domum / Concinamus O Sodales! — 7:19 — ST.

Relfe, John — Mary's Dream or Sandy's Ghost / The Moon had clim'd the highest hill — 7:04 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6 Accompanied sonatas for kbd & violin ad lib. — 6:01 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata I in do magg. — 6:01/1 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata II in si bem magg. — 6:01/2 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata III in mi bem magg. — 6:01/3 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata IV in sol magg. — 6:01/4 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata V in re magg. — 6:01/5 — ST.

Reynolds, Maria Hester — Sonata VI in mi magg. — 6:01/6 — ST.

Sacchini, Antonio — Overture: Enea e Lavinia — 5:09 — ST.

Sampieri, Nicola — Fuga for the Organ or Piano Forte — 6:03 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Deux Sonates pour le Clavecin avec Violon ad Libitum — 5:03 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata I in re magg. — 5:03/1 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata II (Pastorale) in sol magg. — 5:03/2 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Trois Sinfonies pour le Clavecin avec Violon et deux Cornes de Chasse ad libitum — 5:10 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata I in re magg. — 5:10/1 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata II in la magg. — 5:10/2 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata III in fa magg. — 5:10/3 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Trois Sinfonies pour le Clavecin avec Violon et deux Cornes de Chasse ad libitum — 6:07 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata I in re magg. — 6:07/1 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata II in la magg. — 6:07/2 — ST.

Schobert, Johann — Sonata III in fa magg. — 6:07/3 — ST.

Shield, John — Cross Purposes / Tom lover Mary passing well, but Mary she loves Harry — 1:22 — MS.

Shield, William — Siciliano / Her hair is like a Golden Clue — 1:37 — MS.

Shield, William — Her hair is like a golden clue [da Robin Hood] — 3:08 — MS.

Shield, William — Sweet transports gentle wishes go in vain [da Rosina] — 3:09 — MS.

Shield, William — From night till morn I take my glass — 3:15 — MS.

Shield, William — The Heaving of the Lead / For England when with favo'ring gale [da Hartford Bridge] — 3:28 — MS.

Shield, William — The Plough Boy / A flaxen headed Cow Boy — 7:11 — ST.

Spofforth, Reginald — Ellen, the Richmond Primrose Girl / Near bow'ry Richmond, Thames's pride — 7:26 — MS.

Stamitz, Karl — A Duett for two Performers on One Harpsichord or Piano Forte — 5:11/1 — ST.

Steibelt, Daniel — Steibelt's 10th Pot Pourri with variations. Air of Guardami un poco — 2:36 — MS.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata — 2:24 — MS.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — 5:01 — ST.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata I in do magg. — 5:01/1 — ST.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata II in sol magg. — 5:01/2 — ST.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata III in fa magg. — 5:01/3 — ST.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata IV in la magg. — 5:01/4 — ST.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata V in si bem magg. — 5:01/5 — ST.

Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — Sonata VI in re magg. — 5:01/6 — ST.

Storace, Stephen — Of plighted faith [da The Siege of Belgrade] — 3:11 — MS.

Storace, Stephen — Captivity / My foes prevail my friends are fled — 3:29 — MS.

Storace, Stephen — Tho you think by this to vex me [da The Siege of Belgrade] — 7:34 — MS.

Storace, Stephen — How provoking your doubts [da Le Siege de Belgrade] — 7:37 — MS.

Storace, Stephen — The sapling Oak lost in the dell [da Le Siege de Belgrade] — 7:39 — MS.

Watlen, John — God save the King, With New Variations — 7:38 — ST.

Watlen, John — My Mother / Who fed me from her gentle breast — 7:46 — ST.

Webbe, Samuel — The Mansion of Peace / Soft Zephyr on thy balmy wing — 3:36 — MS.




INDICE PER TITOLO E/O PRIMO VERSO
(titolo e/o primo verso — autore — numero GM — MS. o ST.)
(inizio pagina)

A Ballad adapted to English words by T. Billington [dalla sonata per pf Hob. XVI/35] — Haydn, Franz Joseph — 3:02 — MS.

A Duett for two Performers on One Harpsichord or Piano Forte — Stamitz, Karl — 5:11/1 — ST.

A Duetto for Two Performers on one Paino Forte or Harpsichord — Giordani, Tommaso — 5:11/2 — ST.

A favorite Concerto for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte — Evance, William — 4:03 — ST.

A Second Set of Scots Songs for a Voice & Harpsichord — Anonimo — 8:03 — ST.

Ah, que l'amour est chose jolie [Song from La Fée Urgele] — Philidor(?), François André / Duni(?), Romualdo — 7:14 — MS.

Ah, what avails thy Lover's Pray'r [Canzonet XI] — Jackson, William — 8:01/11 — ST.

Ah, where does my Phillida stray [Canzonet V] — Jackson, William — 8:01/5 — ST.

Air de Ballets de la Caravane [da La Caravane du Caire] — Grétry, André Ernest Modest — 3:10 — MS.

Air de Philippe et Georgette — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — 7:36 — MS.

Air du Marquis de Tulipano — Anonimo — 3:13 — MS.

Air Russe — Crotch, Stephen — 7:33 — MS.

Air with variations — Felton, William — 1:07 — MS.

Alas from the Day that we met [Canzonet XII] — Jackson, William — 8:01/12 — ST.

Allegro [non identificato] — Hasse, Johann Adolph — 1:28 — MS.

Alloa House / The spring time returns — Anonimo — 8:03/25 — ST.

Amynta / My sheep I've forsaken — Anonimo — 8:02/21 — ST.

Ann thou were my ain thing — Anonimo — 8:02/12 — ST.

Arietta Veneziano — Cimador(?), Giambattista — 3:26 — MS.

As I was walking by yon burnside — Anonimo — 7:42 — MS.

At Polwart on the Green — Anonimo — 8:03/2 — ST.

Begone dull care I prithee begone from me — Anonimo — 3:35 — MS.

Bessy Bell & Mary Gray / O Bessy Bell — Anonimo — 8:02/4 — ST.

Blathrie o'it / When I think on this warld's pelf — Anonimo — 8:02/2 — ST.

Bonny Jean / Love's goddess in a myrtle grove — Anonimo — 8:03/22 — ST.

Brano non identificato — Hasse, Johann Adolph — 1:23 — MS.

Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny Bride — Anonimo — 8:03/18 — ST.

By Pinky House — Anonimo — 8:03/24 — ST.

Canzonet of Alcanzor and Zayda / Tis in vain Alcanzo's spies surround me — Giordani, Tommaso — 3:01 — MS.

Captivity / My foes prevail my friends are fled — Storace, Stephen — 3:29 — MS.

Chanson Bearnoise / Un troubadour bearnois les yeux inondés de larmes — Anonimo — 3:20 — MS.

Chastity thou Cherub bright [da Susanna] — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:25 — MS.

Che farò senza Euridice [What alas shall Orpheus do, da Orfeo ed Euridice] — Gluck, Christoph Willibald — 7:48 — ST.

Chevy Chase / God prosper long our noble King — Anonimo — 8:03/26 — ST.

Colin and Lucy, English Ballad — Giordani, Tommaso — 8:04 — ST.

Collin's Ode on the death of Thompson — Callcott, John Wall — 3:34 — MS.

Commencement d'Escoute d'Jeanetto [da Les Deux Petits Savoyards] — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — 1:39 — MS.

Composed by Mr Felton — Felton, William — 1:13 — MS.

Concerto 2° [dal conc. per organo op. 4 n. 2] — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:31 — MS.

Contented all day I will sit at your side [da The Chaplet] — Boyce, William — 1:04 — MS.

Coolun with Variations — Anonimo — 2:22 — MS.

Corn Riggs / My Patie is a lover gay — Anonimo — 8:02/19 — ST.

Cossack Dance — Anonimo — 7:41 — MS.

Cross Purposes / Tom lover Mary passing well, but Mary she loves Harry — Shield, John — 1:22 — MS.

Cymon and Iphigenia / Near a thick grove whose deep embow'ring shade — Arne, Thomas Augustine — 7:06 — ST.

Deux Sonates pour le Clavecin avec Violon ad Libitum — Schobert, Johann — 5:03 — ST.

Do not unbind two gentle hearts [Canzonet IX] — Jackson, William — 8:01/9 — ST.

Domum / Concinamus O Sodales! — Reading, John — 7:19 — ST.

Donna Della / When Cupid first his trade began — Hook, James — 7:23 — ST.

Down the Burn Davie / When trees did bud — Anonimo — 8:02/25 — ST.

Duke Of York's March — Anonimo — 2:23 — MS.

Dumbarton's Drums — Anonimo — 8:03/5 — ST.

Duo des Deux Savoyards [da Les Deux Petits Savoyards] — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — 1:41 — MS.

Ellen, the Richmond Primrose Girl / Near bow'ry Richmond, Thames's pride — Spofforth, Reginald — 7:26 — MS.

Faint and weary the way-worn traveller plods uncheerily [da The Mountaineers] — Arnold, Samuel James — 3:33 — MS.

Fandango. É los Gigangas from Thicknesse's Tour — Anonimo — 2:02 — MS.

Fanny Fair / To Fanny fair — Anonimo — 8:02/29 — ST.

Farewell to Lochaber — Anonimo — 8:03/12 — ST.

Fee him Father / Saw ye Johnie cummin — Anonimo — 8:02/6 — ST.

Filles charmant, jeunes amantes daignez m'apprendre [da Le Roi Théodore à Venise] — Paisiello, Giovanni — 3:16 — MS.

For tenderness form'd in Life's early day [da Il barbiere di Siviglia: Saper bramate] — Paisiello, Giovanni — 7:52 — ST.

For the laik-lake of gold she left me — Anonimo — 8:02/17 — ST.

Fourteen Favorite Sonatinas for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01 — ST.

From night till morn I take my glass — Shield, William — 3:15 — MS.

From the plains from the Woodlands and Groves [Canzonet III) — Jackson, William — 8:01/3 — ST.

Fuga for the Organ or Piano Forte — Sampieri, Nicola — 6:03 — ST.

Gallow Sheils / Ah, the poor Sheperd's mournful fate — Anonimo — 8:03/1 — ST.

German Waltz — Anonimo — 2:20 — MS.

German Waltz — Anonimo — 2:21 — MS.

Gilder Roy — Anonimo — 8:02/9 — ST.

Gill Morice was an erle's son — Anonimo — 8:02/30 — ST.

Glee Robinhood — Mornington, Lord — 1:36 — MS.

Glenviddick — Anonimo — 7:27 — MS.

Go and on my truth relying comfort to your cares apllying [da Lionel and Clarissa] — Dibdin(?), Charles — 3:06 — MS.

God save the King, With New Variations — Watlen, John — 7:38 — ST.

Goosey Goosey Gander, where shall I wander — Anonimo — 7:21 — MS.

Hallelujah in the Messiah and Grand Coronation Anthem / Two New Fugues (adapted by John Marsh) — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 5:12 — ST.

Her hair is like a golden clue [da Robin Hood] — Shield, William — 3:08 — MS.

Here awa there awa — Anonimo — 8:03/8 — ST.

Hey, Jenny, come to Jock / Jocky he came here to woo — Anonimo — 8:02/24 — ST.

Hither love thy beauties bring / Come in all thy bloom of charms — Krumpholtz, Jan Křtitel (Jean-Baptiste) — 7:25 — MS.

Hooly and fairly / Oh! What had I ado for to marry — Anonimo — 8:02/10 — ST.

How imperfect is expression — Dibdin(?), Charles — 7:09 — ST.

How provoking your doubts [da Le Siege de Belgrade] — Storace, Stephen — 7:37 — MS.

How sweet in the Woodlands [Duetto] — Harington, Henry — 7:30a — ST.

How sweet in the Woodlands [Song] — Harington, Henry — 7:30b — ST.

I ha'e laid a herring in Salt — Anonimo — 7:02 — MS.

I have a silent sorrow here [Song for The Stranger] — Devonshire, Georgiana Cavendish Duchess of — 7:13 — MS.

I that once was a ploughman a sailor now am — Dibdin, Charles — 3:22 — MS.

I wish my love were in a Mire / Blest as the immortal gods is he — Anonimo — 8:03/4 — ST.

I'll never leave thee / One day I heard Mary say — Anonimo — 8:02/26 — ST.

In airy dreams soft fancy flies [Duett] — Anonimo — 7:03b — ST.

In airy dreams soft fancy flies [Song] — Anonimo — 7:03a — ST.

Jessy or The Happy Pair / How blest my time has been — Anonimo — 1:20 — MS.

Joan said to John — Anonimo — 3:17 — MS.

Jockey / I'll sing to my lover all night and all day — Anonimo — 1:11 — MS.

Jockey and Jenny / Stern winter has left us ye trees are in bloom — Baildon, Joseph — 1:08 — MS.

John Hay's bonny Lassie / By smooth winding Tay — Anonimo — 8:03/19 — ST.

Juvenile Amusement / There was a man in Sicily] — Anonimo — 7:15(a) — ST.

Juvenile Amusement / There was an old woman, and what do you think] — Anonimo — 7:15(b) — ST.

Katharine Ogie / As walking forth to view the plain — Anonimo — 8:02/1 — ST.

La danse n'est pas ce que j'aime mai c'est la fille [da Richard Coeur de Lion] — Grétry, André Ernest Modest — 3:18 — MS.

La Rose - Cotillon — Anonimo — 2:26 — MS.

Laisse là sur l'herbette ton chien — Anonimo — 7:18 — MS.

Le Trois Sultanes — Mazzinghi, Joseph — 2:12 — MS.

Lotharia / Vainly now ye strive to charm me — Arne, Thomas Augustine — 1:09 — MS.

Love is the cause of my mourning / By a murmering stream — Anonimo — 8:03/7 — ST.

Love never more shall give me pain — Anonimo — 1:14 — MS.

Low down in the Broom / My daddy is a canker'd carle — Anonimo — 8:02/7 — ST.

Ma chere Amie — Hook, James — 7:01 — ST.

March — Anonimo — 2:30 — MS.

March by Mr Niger — Anonimo — 2:09 — MS.

March in Blue Beard [da Blue Beard or Female Curiosity] — Kelly, Michael — 2:19 — MS.

March in Judas Maccabeus — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:01 — MS.

Marshal Sax's Minuet — Anonimo — 1:29 — MS.

Mary Scot / Happy's love — Anonimo — 8:03/16 — ST.

Mary's Dream or Sandy's Ghost / The Moon had clim'd the highest hill — Relfe, John — 7:04 — ST.

Minuett — Anonimo — 1:02 — MS.

Minuett — Anonimo — 1:33 — MS.

Minuett in Ariadne — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:03 — MS.

Mrs Hamilton of Princaitland's Strathspey — Anonimo — 2:05 — MS.

My ain kind Dearie — Corri, Domenico — 2:33 — MS.

My deary, an't thou die / Love never more shall give me pain — Anonimo — 8:03/11 — ST.

My Lodging is on the could ground — Anonimo — 2:31 — MS.

My Love she's but a Lassie yet — Powell, Thomas(?) — 2:32 — MS.

My Mother / Who fed me from her gentle breast — Watlen, John — 7:46 — ST.

My Nanny-O / While some for pleasure pawn their breath — Anonimo — 8:03/14 — ST.

My Phillida — Mellish, Miss — 3:19 — MS.

Nos Galen — Anonimo — 2:04 — MS.

Now I know what it is to have strove [Canzonet IV] — Jackson, William — 8:01/4 — ST.

Nymphs and Sheperds — Arne, Thomas Augustine — 7:49 — ST.

O Nanny / Oh! Nanny wilt thou fly from me — Carter, Charles Thomas — 3:03 — MS.

O Venus, hear, O hear my ardent Pray'r [Canzonet VIII] — Jackson, William — 8:01/8 — ST.

O Waly waly — Anonimo — 8:03/10 — ST.

Of plighted faith [da The Siege of Belgrade] — Storace, Stephen — 3:11 — MS.

Oh Susan Susan lovely dear — Anonimo — 7:43 — ST.

Oh Susan, Susan lovely dear — Anonimo — 7:10 — ST.

Old Robin Gray — Anonimo — 2:29 — MS.

On Etrick Banks — Anonimo — 8:03/6 — ST.

On ye Tay's verdant banks a fair maid lay reclined — Anonimo — 1:16 — MS.

Ouverture dal Samson [sezione finale] — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:30 — MS.

Ouverture de Renaud d'Ast — Dalayrac, Nicolas-Marie — 2:03 — MS.

Ouverture des Pretendus — Le Moyne, Jean-Baptiste — 2:01 — MS.

Overture to Artaxerxes — Arne, Thomas Augustine — 2:37 — MS.

Overture: Enea e Lavinia — Sacchini, Antonio — 5:09 — ST.

Overture: I Viaggiatori Felici — Anfossi, Pasquale — 5:08 — ST.

Overture: Il Convito — Bertoni, Ferdinando — 5:06 — ST.

Overture: Il Trionfo della Constanza — Anfossi, Pasquale — 5:07 — ST.

Overture: La Buona Figliuola — Piccinni, Nicolò — 6:02 — ST.

Overture: Medonte — Bertoni, Ferdinando — 5:05 — ST.

Pauvre Jacques / Quand j'étais pres de toi — Anonimo — 7:44 — MS.

Peatie's Mill / The lass of Peaty's mill — Anonimo — 8:02/5 — ST.

Peggy I must love thee / As from a rock, past all relief — Anonimo — 8:02/27 — ST.

Pleyel's celebrated Concertante, adapted for the Harpsichord or Piano Forte with Violin — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:08 — ST.

Pleyel's celebrated Overture — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:02 — ST.

Plus ne veux jamais m'engager — Anonimo — 3:07 — MS.

Polonese Russe — Anonimo — 2:35 — MS.

Poor Orra tink of Yanko dear — Dibdin, Charles — 7:50 — ST.

Quartetto I in fa magg. — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02/1 — ST.

Quartetto II in do magg. — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02/2 — ST.

Quartetto III in fa magg. — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02/3 — ST.

Quartetto IV in re magg. — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02/4 — ST.

Quartetto V in la magg. — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02/5 — ST.

Quartetto VI inmi bem magg. — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02/6 — ST.

Queen Mary's Lamentation / I sigh and lament me in vain, these walls can but echo my woes — Giordani(?), Tommaso — 3:30 — MS.

Romance du Major André — Anonimo — 7:35 — MS.

Rosline Castle / Twas in that season of the year — Anonimo — 8:03/23 — ST.

Sad is my day and ling' ring night [Canzonet X] — Jackson, William — 8:01/10 — ST.

Sae merry as we hae been / A lass that was leaden'd with care — Anonimo — 8:03/9 — ST.

Savage Dance — Anonimo — 1:38 — MS.

Saw ye nae my Peggy — Anonimo — 8:03/21 — ST.

Scotch Air — Anonimo — 2:10 — MS.

Senza titolo — Anonimo — 1:32 — MS.

Senza titolo — Anonimo — 1:34 — MS.

Senza titolo — Anonimo — 2:13 — MS.

Senza titolo — Anonimo — 2:14 — MS.

Senza titolo — Anonimo — 7:08 — MS.

Senza titolo — Anonimo — 7:24 — MS.

She rose and loot me in / The night her silent sable wore — Anonimo — 8:02/11 — ST.

Siciliano / Her hair is like a Golden Clue — Shield, William — 1:37 — MS.

Since then I'm doom'd this sad reverse to prove — Baudron, Antoine Laurent — 7:40 — MS.

Sinfonia da The Chaplet (secondo movimento] — Boyce, William — 1:12 — MS.

6 Accompanied sonatas for kbd & violin ad lib. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01 — ST.

Six Favourite Quartetto's by Davaux, adapted for the Harpsichord with Violin and Tenor — Davaux, Jean-Baptiste — 5:02 — ST.

Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord or Forte Piano with Violin and Bass ad libitum — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06 — ST.

Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01 — ST.

Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Flute or Violin, and Violoncello — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09 — ST.

Sonata — Mazzinghi, Joseph — 2:15 — MS.

Sonata — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 2:24 — MS.

Sonata I in do magg. — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01/1 — ST.

Sonata I in do magg. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01/1 — ST.

Sonata I in do magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09/1 — ST.

Sonata I in la magg. — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — 6:05/1 — ST.

Sonata I in la magg. — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06/1 — ST.

Sonata I in re magg. — Schobert, Johann — 5:03/1 — ST.

Sonata I in re magg. — Schobert, Johann — 5:10/1 — ST.

Sonata I in re magg. — Schobert, Johann — 6:07/1 — ST.

Sonata II (Pastorale) in sol magg. — Schobert, Johann — 5:03/2 — ST.

Sonata II in la magg. — Schobert, Johann — 5:10/2 — ST.

Sonata II in la magg. — Schobert, Johann — 6:07/2 — ST.

Sonata II in si bem magg. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01/2 — ST.

Sonata II in si bem magg. — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — 6:05/2 — ST.

Sonata II in si bem magg. — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06/2 — ST.

Sonata II in sol magg. — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01/2 — ST.

Sonata II in sol magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09/2 — ST.

Sonata III in fa magg. — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01/3 — ST.

Sonata III in fa magg. — Schobert, Johann — 5:10/3 — ST.

Sonata III in fa magg. — Schobert, Johann — 6:07/3 — ST.

Sonata III in mi bem magg. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01/3 — ST.

Sonata III in mi bem magg. — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — 6:05/3 — ST.

Sonata III in mi bem magg. — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06/3 — ST.

Sonata III in si bem magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09/3 — ST.

Sonata IV in la magg. — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01/4 — ST.

Sonata IV in la magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09/4 — ST.

Sonata IV in re magg. — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06/4 — ST.

Sonata IV in sol magg. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01/4 — ST.

Sonata V in mi min. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09/5 — ST.

Sonata V in re magg. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01/5 — ST.

Sonata V in si bem magg. — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01/5 — ST.

Sonata V in sol magg. — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06/5 — ST.

Sonata VI in fa min. — Eichner, Ernst — 6:06/6 — ST.

Sonata VI in mi magg. — Reynolds, Maria Hester — 6:01/6 — ST.

Sonata VI in re magg. — Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver — 5:01/6 — ST.

Sonata VI in re magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 6:09/6 — ST.

Sonatina I in do magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/1 — ST.

Sonatina II in re magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/2 — ST.

Sonatina III in fa magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/3 — ST.

Sonatina IV in la magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/4 — ST.

Sonatina IX in re magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/9 — ST.

Sonatina V in sol magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/5 — ST.

Sonatina VI in la magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/6 — ST.

Sonatina VII in sol magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/7 — ST.

Sonatina VIII in la min. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/8 — ST.

Sonatina X in si bem magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/10 — ST.

Sonatina XI in fa magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/11 — ST.

Sonatina XII in mi bem. magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/12 — ST.

Sonatina XIII in do magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/13 — ST.

Sonatina XIV in sol magg. — Pleyel, Ignace Joseph — 4:01/14 — ST.

Sound Argoment / We bipeds made up of frail clay — Dibdin, Charles — 7:22 — ST.

Sous un berceau de jasmin trouver une belle endormi — Grétry(?), André Ernest Modest — 3:14 — MS.

Steibelt's 10th Pot Pourri with variations. Air of Guardami un poco — Steibelt, Daniel — 2:36 — MS.

Suite de l'Air / When with smiles the fairs complying — Anonimo — 1:40 — MS.

Sure t'would make a dismal story [da Fire and Water] — Arnold, Samuel James — 7:45 — ST.

Susana / Ask if yon damask rose be sweet — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:10 — MS.

Sweet transports gentle wishes go in vain [da Rosina] — Shield, William — 3:09 — MS.

Tak your auld clock about ye / In winter when the rain rain'd cauld — Anonimo — 8:02/13 — ST.

Take, oh take those lips away [Canzonet VII, parole da Misura per Misura di Shakespeare] — Jackson, William — 8:01/7 — ST.

The Ass / Push about the brisk bowl [da The Chaplet] — Boyce, William — 1:05 — MS.

The Austrian Grenadier's quick March — Anonimo — 2:06 — MS.

The Austrian Retreat — Anonimo — 2:11 — MS.

The Bachelor's Hall / To Bachelor's hall we good fellows invite — Dibdin, Charles — 7:47 — ST.

The Banks of Forth / Ye Sylvan powers — Anonimo — 8:03/3 — ST.

The Battle of Prague. Sonata fort the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — Kotzwara, František — 4:04 — ST.

The Battle of Prague. Sonata fort the Piano Forte or Harpsichord — Kotzwara, František — 6:04 — ST.

The Birks of Invernay / The smiling morn, the breathing spring — Anonimo — 8:02/3 — ST.

The Boatman / Ye gales that gently wave the sea — Anonimo — 8:02/14 — ST.

The bonniest Lass in a' the Warld / Look where my dear Hamillia — Anonimo — 8:03/20 — ST.

The Broom of the Cowdenknows / How blyth was I each morn to see — Anonimo — 8:02/20 — ST.

The Bush aboun Tranquair / Hear me, ye nymphs and ev'ry swain — Anonimo — 8:02/18 — ST.

The Chace is o'er and on the plain — Howard, Samuel — 1:21 — MS.

The Chosen Few — Anonimo — 7:28 — MS.

The day that saw thy beauty rise [Canzonet II] — Jackson, William — 8:01/2 — ST.

The Duke of York's New March [da Le nozze di Figaro: "Non più andrai"] — Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus [da] — 2:18 — MS.

The Dying Christian to his Soul / Vital spark of heav'nly flame — Harwood(?), Edward — 7:16 — ST.

The Egyptian Love Song / Sweet doth blush the rosy morning — Harington(?), Henry — 7:31 — MS.

The Faithfull Shepherdess / At setting day and rising morn — Howard, Samuel — 1:06 — MS.

The favorite Overture to La Buona Figliuola — Piccinni, Nicolò — 5:04 — ST.

The Gloucester Waltz — Lee, Lady Catherine — 2:25 — MS.

The Heaving of the Lead / For England when with favo'ring gale [da Hartford Bridge] — Shield, William — 3:28 — MS.

The Highland Laddie / The Lowlands lads — Anonimo — 8:03/17 — ST.

The Irishman / The Turban'd Turk who scorns the world — Anonimo — 3:04 — MS.

The Joys of the Country / Let Bucks and let Bloods to praise London agree [da The Wags] — Dibdin, Charles — 3:05 — MS.

The Lamplighter / I'm jolly Dick, the Lamplighter — Dibdin, Charles — 7:20 — ST.

The Lass of St Osyth / At St Osyth by the Mill — Howard, Samuel — 1:24 — MS.

The last Time I came o'er the Moor — Anonimo — 8:02/8 — ST.

The London March — Anonimo — 2:08 — MS.

The Mansion of Peace / Soft Zephyr on thy balmy wing — Webbe, Samuel — 3:36 — MS.

The Marseilles March — Lisle, Claude Joseph Rouget de — 3:25 — MS.

The Match Girl / Come buy of poor May good matches — Anonimo — 3:37 — MS.

The Nightingale — Latour(?), T. — 2:34 — MS.

The Perigordine — Anonimo — 2:27 — MS.

The Pilgrim that journeys alla Day [Canzonet VI] — Jackson, William — 8:01/6 — ST.

The Plough Boy / A flaxen headed Cow Boy — Shield, William — 7:11 — ST.

The poor little Gypsy / A poor little gypsy I wander forlorn — Arnold, Samuel James — 3:31 — MS.

The Prayer of the Sicilian Mariners / O sanctissima, O piissima dulcis Virgo — Anonimo — 7:32 — MS.

The sapling Oak lost in the dell [da Le Siege de Belgrade] — Storace, Stephen — 7:39 — MS.

The Soger Laddie / My Soger Laddie is over the seas and he will bring gold and money to me — Anonimo — 1:26 — MS.

The Soldier's Adieu / Adieu, adieu my only life my honour calls me from thee [da The Wags] — Dibdin, Charles — 3:12 — MS.

The Tipling Philosophers / Diogenes surly and proud — Leveridge, Richard — 7:29 — ST.

The Wedding Day / What Virgin or Sheperd in Valley or Grove — Hook, James — 3:24 — MS.

The Woodman / Stay Traveller, tarry here tonight — Linley, Thomas — 7:17 — ST.

The yellow hair'd laddy / In April, when primroses — Anonimo — 8:02/23 — ST.

The Young Gentleman's Retreat — Anonimo — 1:27 — MS.

There Nancy's to the green Wood gane — Anonimo — 8:02/15 — ST.

There's my thumb / Betty early gone a-maying — Anonimo — 8:02/22 — ST.

Think your tawny moor is true pretty Agnes [da The Mountaineers] — Arnold, Samuel James — 3:23 — MS.

Thirty Scots Song for a Voice & Harpsichord — Anonimo — 8:02 — ST.

Tho you think by this to vex me [da The Siege of Belgrade] — Storace, Stephen — 7:34 — MS.

Three Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord, with Violin and Violoncello — Gyrowetz, Adalbert — 6:05 — ST.

Throw the Wood laddie / O Sandy, why leaves thou thy Nellie — Anonimo — 8:03/13 — ST.

Thy fatal shafts unerring move — Anonimo — 3:21 — MS.

Time has not thin'd my flowing hair [Canzonet I] — Jackson, William — 8:01/1 — ST.

To ease his heart: The Spinning Wheel [The Scotch Air in the Overture to Thomas and Sally] — Arne, Thomas Augustine — 7:51 — ST.

To Fair Fidele's Grassy Tomb — Anonimo — 2:28 — MS.

Trois Sinfonies pour le Clavecin avec Violon et deux Cornes de Chasse ad libitum — Schobert, Johann — 5:10 — ST.

Trois Sinfonies pour le Clavecin avec Violon et deux Cornes de Chasse ad libitum — Schobert, Johann — 6:07 — ST.

Troop of the Coldstream Regiment of Guards — Anonimo — 2:07 — MS.

Tweed Side / What beauties does Flora disclose — Anonimo — 8:02/16 — ST.

Twelve Canzonets for two Voices — Jackson, William — 8:01 — ST.

Viens que j'examine cette mine — Anonimo — 1:19 — MS.

Vino Vecchio — Naumann, Johann Gottlieb — 7:07 — ST.

Waltz — Anonimo — 2:16 — MS.

Waltz — Anonimo — 2:17 — MS.

Water Peice [da Water Music] — Händel, Georg Friedrich — 1:15 — MS.

Were I obliged to beg my bread and had not where to lay my head — Anonimo — 3:27 — MS.

When Apollo shall tune ye lyre — Anonimo — 1:18 — MS.

When first this humble roof I knew — Jackson, William — 7:05 — ST.

When the hollow drum has beat to bed [da The Mountaineers] — Arnold, Samuel James — 3:32 — MS.

When you ask me to sing — Anonimo — 1:17 — MS.

Why tarries my love? Ah, where does he rove — Anonimo — 7:12 — MS.

Woe's my heart / With broken words & downcast eyes — Anonimo — 8:02/28 — ST.

Young Philander — Anonimo — 8:03/15 — ST.

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