Loeb Music Library

Packard Humanities Institute Collection

The Packard Humanities Institute (PHI) Music Collection contains over 650 scores and books, most of them rare first and early editions from the 18th and 19th centuries. Handel, Rameau, Gluck, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Verdi, Massenet, and Wagner are among the most well represented composers, but there are also a number of items from the 17th century and the first third of the 20th century. The majority of the items are scores but there are also a number of libretti and books. Other particular strengths of the collection are 18th and 19th century opera and this collection’s first edition of Schuberts, which constitutes the largest such collection in the world outside of Vienna.

The Packard Humanities Institute acquired the collection in 1999 and placed it on deposit at the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library at Harvard University where it is actively consulted as a rich resource for teaching and scholarship in the Music Department.

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Alary, Giulio.

[Tre nozze. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Le tre nozze = The three marriages: an opera buffa in three acts, by Arcangelo Berretoni; the music by Giulio Alari. London: Published and sold at the Theatre, [1851?]. Includes scenario for "Les metamorphoses: a grand ballet by M. Paul Taglioni; the music composed by sig. Pugni" (2 p. at end), with cast list; the role of the Sprite was danced by Carlotta Grisi, and the student by Taglioni.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6 (ballet scenario only).
Alembert, Jean Le Rond d', 1717-1783.
Élémens de musique théorique et pratique: suivant les principes de M. Rameau éclaircis, développés et simplifiés, par M. d'Alembert. Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée & considérablement augmentée. Lyon: Chez Jean-Marie Bruyset ..., 1762. "Réponse a une lettre imprimée de M. Rameau" (p. 211-231) was first printed in Le Mercure, March 1762, as "Lettre à M. Rameau, pour prouver que le corps sonore ne nous donne et ne peut nous donner par lui-même aucune idée des proportions." Signatures: pi²a-b& c²A-P&. Verso of t.p. (prelim. P. [4]), and p. [4] at end are blank.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 287.62 PHI

Auber, D. F. E. (Daniel François Esprit), 1782-1871.

[Fra Diavolo. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Fra Diavolo: a comic opera in three acts, the music by Auber; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed and published for The Royal Italian Opera by J. Miles, [1871?]. Original libretto by Scribe.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 1 of 6.

Auber, D. F. E. (Daniel François Esprit), 1782-1871.

[Muette de Portici. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Masaniello: a lyric drama in five acts, the music by Auber. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [1850?]. Libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. Original French libretto by Scribe and Delavigne.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 2 of 6.

Auber, D. F. E. (Daniel François Esprit), 1782-1871.

[Muette de Portici. Vocal score.]
La muette de Portici: opéra en cinq actes avec accompt. de piano-forte, musique de D. F. E. Auber. Répertoire des opéras français. Paris: L. Troupenas, [1829?]. Libretto by A. E. Scribe and G. Delavigne. PN: L. Troupenas 328. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 621.1.626 PHI
Avison, Charles, 1710-1770.
An essay on musical expression. By Charles Avison. 2d. ed., with alterations and large additions. To which is added, A letter to the author, concerning the music of the ancients, and some passages in classic writers, relating to that subject [by J. Jortin] Likewise Mr. Avison's Reply to the author of Remarks on the Essay on musical expression. In a letter from Mr. Avison, to his friend in London. London: Printed for C. Davis, 1753. Mr. Avison's "Reply to the author of Remarks on the Essay on musical expression" (53 p. at end) has special t.p.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 100.44.3 PHI

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Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.

[Clavierstücke verschiedener Art.]
Clavierstücke verschiedener Art. Erste Sammlung. Berlin: G.L. Winter, 1765. Helm catalog itemizes individual pieces as no. 190, 144, 165, 145, 166, 693, 179, 146, 167, 147, 168, 694, 191, 695, 191, 695, 148, 169-70, 149 and 101.5; W. 112. Ref.: RISM A/I, B 0099.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.2.406.21 PHI

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.

[Heilig]
[18th-century copyist's manuscript of the Heilig, H. 778]
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.2.579 PHI

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.

[Sonatas, keyboard instrument, W. 55.]
Sechs Clavier-Sonaten für Kenner und Liebhaber. Erste Sammlung. Leipzig: Im Verlage des Autors, 1779. No. 55 of Bach's works as listed in the Thematisches Verzeichnis edited by Alfred Wotquenne, Leipzig, 1905.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.2.412 PHI
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.
[Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen. Sonaten.]
Exempel nebst achtzehn Probe-Stücken in sechs Sonaten zu Carl Philipp Emanuel Bachs Versuche über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen auf XXVI. Kupfer-Tafeln. Berlin: In Verlegung des Auctoris, gedruckt by C.F. Henning, 1753.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.2.411 PHI
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.
[Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen. 2. Theil.]
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bachs Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen. Zweyter Theil: in welchem die Lehre von dem Accompagnement und der freyen Fantasie abgehandelt wird: nebst einer Kupfertafel. [1st ed.]. Berlin: in Verlgung des Auctoris, 1762. Part 1 published as a complete work in 1753.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 347.12.3 PHI bound with 1. Theil, 1787.
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.
[Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen. 1. Theil.]
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bachs Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen: mit Exempeln und achtzehn Probe-Stücken in sechs Sonaten erläutert. Erster Theil. 3. mit Zusätzen und sechs neuen Clavier-Stücken verm. Aufl. Leipzig: Im Schwickertschen Verlage, 1787.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 347.12.3 PHI bound with the 2. Theil, 1762.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 347.12.4 PHI bound with the 2. Theil, 1797.
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 1714-1788.
[Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen. 2. Theil.]
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bachs Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen. Zweiter Theil: in welchem die Lehre von dem Accompagnement und der freyen Fantasie abgehandelt wird: nebst einer Kupfertafel. Zweite vom Verfasser verbesserte, und mit Zusätzen vermehrte Auflage. Leipzig: im Schwickertschen Verlage, 1797.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 347.12.4 PHI bound with 1. Theil, 1787.
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750.
[Matthäuspassion.]
Grosse Passionsmusik nach dem Evangelium Matthaei von Johann Sebastian Bach. 1st ed. Berlin: Schlesinger, 1830. Libretto by Picander, p. [i]-viii. Includes list of subscribers. Pages 10, 40, 60, 70 misnumbered respectively: 01, 04, 06, 07. PN: Schlesinger 1570. Ref.: Hirsch IV, 677.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.1.506.7 PHI
Barsanti, Francesco, 1690-1772.
[Sonatas, recorder, continuo, op. 1.]
Sonate a flauto o violino solo con basso, per violone, o cembalo da Francesco Barsanti. [London]: I. Walsh and J. Hare, [1724?]. Dedication dated April 8, 1724. Ref.: RISM A/I/1, B 1053.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.28.374.5 PHI
Barthe, A. (Adrien), 1828-1898.
[Fiancée d'Abydos. Vocal score.]
La fiancée d'Abydos: opéra en 4 actes [paroles] de Jules Adenis; musique de A. Barthe; partition chant et piano, arrangée par Hor. Salomon. Paris: Choudens, [1866]. PN: Choudens A.C. 1245.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 627.73.605 PHI Signed by composer and librettist.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[An die ferne Geliebte.]
An die ferne Geliebte, ein Liederkreis von Al: Jeitteles ; mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte in Musik gesetzt, und Seiner Durchlaucht dem regierenden Herrn Fürsten Joseph von Lobkowitz, Herzog zu Raudnitz &.&.&. ehrfurchtsvoll gewidmet von Ludwig van Beethoven. 98tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: bei S.A. Steiner und Comp., [1816]. 1st. ed., 1st. issue, published in October, 1816. Cf. Tyson, "Beethoven in Steiner's shop," Music Review 23 (1962): 120. Variant state, with plate corrections in the piano part, 3rd system, p. 10. On t.p. above imprint: No.. 2610. Eigenthum der Verleger. Preis. Publisher's "Musik-Anzeige" on p. 1 (page following title page). Kinsky-Halm, p. 275, cites later issue with variant t.p. as 1st. ed. PN: Steiner S. et C. 2610. Ref.: Dorfmüller, p. 336; Kat. Hoboken, v. 2, no. 415; A. Weinmann, Vollständiges Verlagsverzeichnis Senefelder, Steiner, Haslinger (Beiträge zur Geschichte des Alt-Wiener Musikverlages, Rh.2, F.19), (München: Katzbichler, 1979), v. 1, p. 147.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.713.6 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[An die Hoffnung.]
An die Hoffnung aus Tiedge's Urania in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano=Forte und Jhrer Durchlaucht der Frau Beethoven. 94tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: S.A. Steiner und Comp., [1816]. PN: S. A. Steiner und Comp. S. et C. 2369.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.713.11 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Ariette tirée de l'operette Das rothe Kaeppchen, Es war einmal ein alter Mann, variée.]
XIII variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte sur l'air Es war einmal ein alter Mann: tirée de l'opera Das Rothe Kaepchen par Louis van Beethoven; Nro. 11. Vienne: J. Cappi, [1803?]. PN: Cappi 1024. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 515; Kat. Hoboken, v. 3, no. 620.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Bundeslied.]
Bundeslied: In allen guten Stunden erhöht &. &. von J. Wolfgang von Geothe; fuer zwey Solo und drei Chorstimmen in musik gesetzt von Ludwig van Beethoven. Mainz: Schott, [1825]. First ed. of the parts, variant issue (price indication). For solo voices (SA), chorus (SSA), and instrumental ensemble. On t.p. above imprint: Drey Singstimmen.; Zwey Clarinetten, zwey Fagott, zwey Horn.; 122tes Werck. Eigenthum der Verleger. Pr 2f. 24 kr. PN: Schott 2280. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 358; Dorfmüller, p. 261-63; Kat. Hoboken, v. 2, no. 493.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.603 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Christus am ölberge.]
Christus am Oelberge: Oratorium, 85tes Werk. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1811. First ed., cf. Kinsky, Das Werk Beethovens. Libretto by F.X. Huber. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 1616.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.513 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Concertos, piano, orchestra, no. 1, op. 15, C major.]
Grand concert pour le forte-piano avec deux violons, deux alto, basse et violoncelle, deux flûtes, deux oboë, deux clarinettes, deux bassons, deux trompettes, et timballes composé par Louis van Beethoven; oeuvre 15. Vienne: T. Mollo, [1801?]. "Originalausgabe", cf. Kinsky, p. 34. Solo piano part (32 p.) has figured bass and orchestral cues. PN: T. Mollo M. 1107.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.154 PHI Unidentified hand-written fragment included; also mss. preservation instructions on von Huene stationery.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Concertos, piano, orchestra, no. 2, op. 19, B flat major.]
Concert pour le pianoforte avec 2 violons, viole, violoncelle et basse, une flûte, 2 oboes, 2 cors, 2 bassons composé et dédié à Impériale et Royale par Louis van Beethoven. Oeuvre XIX. Vienne: Hoffmeister, [1801?]. First ed. of the orchestral parts. On t.p. left of imprint: No. 65; right of imprint: Prix 2. Rthlr. 12 ggr. Ref.: Hoffmeister 65; Kinsky-Halm, p. 46; Kat. Hoboken, Bd. 2, no. 112.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.155.9 PHI Library has: Piano part only.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Concertos, piano, orchestra, no. 3, op. 37, C minor.]
Grand concerto pour le pianoforte 2 violons, alto, 2 flûtes, 2 hautbois, 2 clarinettes, 2 cors, 2 bassons, 2 trompettes et timbales, violoncelle et basse composé et dedié a...Louis Ferdinand de Prusse par Louis van Beethoven, op. 37. Vienne: Bureau d'Arts et d'Industrie, [1804?]. PN: Bureau d'Arts et d'Industrie 289. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 92.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.156.7 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1805). Vocal score.]
Leonore; Oper in drei Akten. Leipzig, New York: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1905. Libretto by J. F. Sonnleithner, based on J. N. Bouilly's Léonore; ou, L'amour conjugal. Ref.: New Grove, 5th ed.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.624.2 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1806). Vocal score.]
Leonore: Oper in zwey Aufzügen von L. van Beethoven; Klavierauszug. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1810]. Libretto by J. F. Sonnleithner. The overture, Rocco's aria and the two finales are missing. PN: Breitkopf 1450.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.624.4 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1814).]
Fidelio: Oper in zwei Akten nach dem Franzöisischen bearb. von H. [sic] Treitschke; op. 88; in Musik gesetzt von Lud. Van Beethoven. Bonn: N. Simrock, [1847?]. Text by J. Sonnleithner and G.F. Treitschke after Bouilly's Léonore. PN: Simrock 4682.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.620 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1814). French & German.]
Fidelio: drame lyrique en trois actes paroles de Mm. N*** & ***, arrangées pour la scène française par Mm. J.T. et A.F ***; musique de Ls. van Beethoven; représenté pr. La première fois à Paris, sur le Théâtre Royal de L'Odéon. Paris: A. Farrenc, [1825 or 6?]. Libretto by J.F. Sonnleithner, based on Léonore, by J.N. Bouilly. "Liste alphabétique des souscripteurs:" v. 1, p. ii-iii. PN: A. Farrenc A. F. 72.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.621.10 PHI on t.p.: Boulevard Poissonniere No. 22. Prix 80f.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1814). French & German.]
Fidelio: drame lyrique en deux actes paroles de MM. N*** & ***; arrangées pour la scène française par MM. T.C. et A.F.***; musique de L. van Beethoven. Paris: A. Farrenc, [1831?]. Libretto by Sonnleithner and Treitschke. PN: A. Farrenc A.F.72.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.621.12 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1814). Libretto. English & Italian.]
Fidelio: a grand opera in three acts the music by L. von Beethoven. London: Published, and sold in Her Majesty's Theatre, 1851 (Soho: J. Mallett). Italian translation by M. Maggioni. Original German libretto by Sonnleithner and Treitschke. Includes cast list.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Fidelio (1814). Vocal score. French & German.]
Fidelio: Oper in zwei Acten von Ludwig van Beethoven; vollständiger Clavierauszug; mit deutschem und französischem Texte; bearbeitet von G.D. Otten. Leipzig; Winterthur: Rieter-Biedermann, [1870?]. With illustrations by Moritz von Schwind. PN: J. Rieter-Biedermann 635.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.635 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Lied mit Veränderungen, piano, 4 hands, WoO 74, D major.]
Lied mit Veränderungen: zu vier Händen: geschrieben im Jahre 1800 [sic] ... von Ludwig van Beethoven; N. 27. Wein: Im Verlage des Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir, [Bey Breitkopf & Härtel], [1805]. Theme includes text (by J.W. von Goethe) in both piano parts, followed by 6 variations. First line of text: Ich denke dein. Engraved throughout. PN: Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir 27. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, WoO 74.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Lieder, op. 48.]
VI Lieder, von Gellert am Kavier zu singen, componirt von L. van Beethoven. [Op. 48] Leipzig: Hoffmeister und Kühnel, [1803?]. PN: Hoffmeister und Kühnel 267.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.575.3 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Mann von Wort.]
Der Mann von Wort. Ein Gedicht von Fried: Aug: Kleinschmid. In Musik gesetzt für Gesang mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte von Ludw. van Beethoven. 99tes Werk. Wien: S.A. Steiner und Comp., [1816]. PN: S. A. Steiner und Comp. S: u. C: 2611.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.729 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Masses, op. 86, C major. German & Latin.]
Messa à quattro voci coll' accompagto. dell' orchestra composta da Luigi van Beethoven. Drey Hymnen für vier Singstimmen mit Begleitung des Orchesters in Musik gestzt und Sr. Durchlaucht dem Herrn Fürsten von Kinsky zugeeignet von Louis v. Beethoven. 86tes Werk. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1812?]. On t.p. above imprint: Eigenthum der Verleger. Pr. 4 Rthlr. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 1667. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 239, does not list this variant issue.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.540.1 PHI "Anmerkung" printed at end of score.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Merkenstein.]
Merkenstein nächst Baden. Ein Gedicht ... von Johann Baptist Rupprecht, und für Gesang mit Begleitung des Pianofortes in Musick gesetzt von Ludwig van Beethoven. (100tes Werk.). 1st ed. Wien: S.A. Steiner, [1816]. PN: S.A. Steiner S. et C. 2614.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.732 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Missa Solemnis.]
Missa composita, et serenissimo ac eminentissimo domino domino Rudolpho Joanni...dedicata a Ludovico van Beethoven. Opus 123. Paris: B. Schott, 1827. 1st ed. of the full score, pub. in March/April, 1827. On t.p. after Joanni: Casesareo principi et Archiduci Austriae S.R.E. Tit. S. Petri in monte aureo Cardinali et Archiepiscopo Olomucensi. On t.p. after Opus 123: Ex sumtibus vulgantium. Cover: Messe solonnelle en Ré majeur par Louis van Beethoven Oeuvre 123.; No. 2436.; Partition; Pr:19fl. 24 kr. PN: B. Schott 2346. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 364; Dorfmüller, p. 230; Kat. Hoboken, v.2, no. 495.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.554.3 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Opferlied, mixed voices, orchestra. Vocal score.]
Opferlied: Die Flamme lodert! milder Schein durchglänzt &. &.: für eine Singstimme mit Chor: 121tes Werck von Friedrich von Matthisson; in Musik gesetzt von Ludwig van Beethoven; Clavierauszug. Mainz: In der Grhzl. Hessischen Hofmusikhandlung von B. Schott, [1825]. PN: In der Grhzl. Hessischen Hofmusikhandlung von B. Schott 2279.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.694 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Overtures, op. 115, C major.]
Grosse Ouverture in C dur ... 115tes Werk: gedichtet und seiner durchlaucht dem Fürsten und Herrn Anton Heinrich Radzivil... gewidmet von Lud. van Beethoven. Wien: S.A. Steiner, [1825]. First ed.; published simultaneously with the set of separate instrumental parts as well as versions (by Czerny) for piano, 2 hands and piano, 4 hands, cf. Kinsky, p. 332-333. Op. No. follows composer's name on t.p. PN: S.A. Steiner S:u:C:4682.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.117.1 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Polonaises, piano, op.89, C major.]
Polonoise pour le piano-forte composée et dediée a S. M. Elisabetha Alexiewna Imperatrice de toutes les Russies par Louis van Beethoven. 1st ed. Vienne: Pierre Mechetti, [1815]. To left of imprint on t.p.: Propriété de l'editeur. Engraver's name on t.p. above imprint: A. Müller, sc. Plate no. dated in Weinmann, Verlagsverzeichnis Pietro Mechetti quondam Carlo. PN: Chez Pierre Mechetti 382. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 247; Dorfmüller, p. 223, 249 & Taf. 2a, 332; Kat. Hoboken, v.2, no. 382.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.441 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Préludes par tous les 12 tons majeurs.]
Deux préludes par tous les XII. tons majeurs: pour le forte-piano, ou l'orgue: oeuvre XXXIX composées par Louis van Beethoven. Wien: J. Cappi, 1804. PN: J. Cappi 1079. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 96.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Preludes, piano, WoO 55, F minor.]
Prélude pour le pianoforte composé par Louis van Beethoven. [Originalausgabe]. Vienne: Bureau d'Arts et d'Industrie, [1805]. PN: Bureau d'Arts et d'Industrie 429. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 501.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Quartets, strings, no. 10, op. 74, E flat major.]
Quatuor pour deux violons, viola et violoncelle composé et dédié à Son Altesse le Prince regnant de Lobkowitz Duc de Raudnitz par L. v. Beethoven...oeuv. 74. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [not before November 1810?]. Titelauflage of 1st. ed. published in Nov. 1810; this edition has altered price to right of imprint: Pr. 1 Thlr. 8 Gr. Above imprint on t.p.: Propriété des Editeurs. Engraved throughout; only Violin I has lithographed t.p. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 1609. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 198.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.287.5 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Quartets, strings, no. 12, op. 127, E flat major.]
Quatuor pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle: oeuvre 127 par Louis v. Beethoven. Mayence: B. Schott, [1826]. PN: B. Schott 2351.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.289.2 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Quartets, strings, no. 14, op. 131, C# minor.]
Grand quatuor en ut dièze mineur pour deux violons, alto, et violoncelle, oeuvre 131 par Louis van Beethoven. Mayence: B. Schott, [1827]. PN: B. Schott 2628.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.291.3 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Sehnsucht, WoO 134.]
Die Sehnsucht von Göthe. Mit vier Melodien nebst Clavierbegleitung von Louis van Beethoven; No. 38. Wien: S.A. Steiner, [ca. 1823?]. Titelauflage of the first ed., originally published by the Kunst und Industrie Comptoir in 1810. On t.p. to right of imprint: Preis 30 x.C.M. Plate no. 631 of original edition altered to S.u.C. 4013.H. PN: Steiner S.u.C.4013.H. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 599; Kat. Hoboken, v. 3, no. 694.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.728.3 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Serenades, string trio, op. 8, D major.]
Serenata per violino, viola, e violoncello del Sigr. Luiggi van Beethoven. Opera VIII. 1st ed. Vienna: Artaria, [1797]. At foot of t.p., to right: f.2. Plate no. dated in Deutsch, Musikverlags Nummern (Berlin: Verlag Merseburger, 1961), p. 7. PN: Artaria 715. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 18; Dorfmüller, p. 208; Kat. Hoboken, v. 2, no. 43.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.338.1 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Sonatas, piano no. 1-3, op. 2.]
Trois sonates pour le clavecin ou piano-forte composées et dediées a Mr. Joseph Haydn, Maitre de Chapelle ... par Louis van Beethoven. Oeuvre II. Vienne: Artaria et Comp., [1796]. PN: Artaria et Comp. 614.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.425.13 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Sonatas, piano, no. 11, op. 22, B flat major.]
Grande sonate pour le piano forte composeé et dédiée à Monsieur le Comte de Bronne...par Louis van Beethoven. Oeuvre XXII. 1st ed. Vienne: Hoffmeister, [1802]. On t.p.: Pr. Rthlr. 1. PN: Hoffmeister 88. Ref: Kinsky-Halm, p. 56; Dorfmüller p. 249 and Table 1a; Kat. Hoboken 2 no. 126. IFB: Baron, 6-7-82.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 628.1.430.27 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Sonatas, piano, no. 16-17, op. 31, no. 1-2.]
Deux sonates pour le piano forte composées par Louis van Beethoven. Répertoire des clavecinistes; 5. suite. 1st ed. Zuric: chez Jean George Naigueli, [1803]. On t.p.: Prix 8". Illustration of series t.p. in Hoboken catalog, v. 2, pl. 5. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 79; Kat. Hoboken 2, no. 170.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.643 PHI This cop. has 40 p.; p.39-40 bound upside down. Bound with Beatrice di Tenda / Bellini, [1833?].
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Sonatas, piano, no. 27, op. 90, E minor.]
Sonate für das Piano-Forte: 90tes Werk von Ludw. van Beethoven. Wien: S.A. Steiner, [1815]. PN: S.A. Steiner 2350.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.431.25 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 10, op. 96, G major.]
Sonate für Piano-Forte und Violin. Sr. Kaiserl. Hoheit dem durchlauchtigsten Prinzen Rudolph...zugeeignet ven Ludwig van Beethoven. 96tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: S. A. Steiner und Comp., [1816?]. Engraved. Label on t.p.: Stuttgart, bei G.A. Zumsteeg. PN: S. A. Steiner und Comp. S. et C. 2581. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 270.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.366.27
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 1, op. 21, C major.]
Ire [i.e. Première] grande simphonie en ut majeur (C dur) oeuvre XXI de Louis van Beethoven. 1st ed. Bonn: Simrock, [1822]. First German ed. of the full score. Price: 9 Fr. Engraved throughout. First separate edition of the orchestral score; this symphony appeared in 1809 as no. 26 of A compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies published by Cianchettini and Sperati in London; the orchestral parts were published in Leipzig in 1801. PN: Simrock 1953. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 54.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.62 PHI bound with his Symphonies 2-3, 1822.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 2, op. 36, D major.]
IIme [i.e. Deuxième] grande simphonie en rè majeur = D dur, oeuvre XXXVI de Louis van Beethoven. 1st ed. Bonn: Simrock, [1822]. Engraved throughout. First separate edition of the orchestral score: this symphony appeared in 1808 as no. 25 of A compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies published by Cianchettini and Sperati in London; the orchestral parts were published in Vienna in 1804. PN: Simrock 1959. Ref: Kinsky-Halm, p. 91.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.62 PHI bound with his Symphonies 1 and 3, 1822.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 3, op. 55, E flat major.]
Sinfonia eroica: op. 55: No. III. 1st ed. Bonn: N. Simrock, [1822]. First German ed. of the full score. PN: N. Simrock 1973.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.62 PHI bound with his Symphonies nos. 1-2, 1822.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 4, op. 60, B flat major.]
Grande simphonie en si -flat majeur (B dur), op. 60 par Louis van Beethoven. 1st ed. Bonn & Cologne: N. Simrock, [1823?]. First edition of the full score. In the first issue, the title begins with "Grande simphonie." In the second issue, "4me" is engraved at head of title. Engraved throughout. "Composée et dédiée à Monsr. Le comte d'Oppersdorf." PN: N. Simrock 2078. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 145.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.81.7 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 5, op. 67, C minor.]
Cinquième sinfonie en ut mineur = C moll, oeuvre 67 de Louis van Beethoven. 1st. ed. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1826]. Engraved throughout. First ed. of the orchestral score; the orchestral parts were published in Leipzig in 1809. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 4302. Ref.: Kinsky, p. 160.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.73.7 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 7, op. 92, A major.]
Siebente grosse Sinfonie: in a dur: 92tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: S. A. Steiner, [1816?]. PN: Steiner 2560. Ref: J. Fuld, The book of world-famous music, 4th ed. (NY: Dover, 1995), p. 561-562.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.87.17 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 8, op. 93, F major.]
Achte grosse Sinfonie in F dur: 93tes Werk von Ludwig van Beethoven. Wien: S.A. Steiner, [1817]. Title page engraved; music lithographed. Verso of t.p., p. [1], and last past blank. PN: Steiner 2570. Ref: Kinsky-Halm, p. 264.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.90.11 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 9, op. 125, D minor.]
Sinfonie mit Schluss-Chor ;über Schillers Ode: An die Freude. Für grosses Orchester, 4 Solo- und 4 Chor-Stimmen. 125tes Werk. 1st ed. Mainz: B. Schotts Söhnen, [1826]. First ed., first issue, with "Partition" on cover title and subscription list ([2] p.) inserted. PN: 2322.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.91.3 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies, no. 9, op. 125, D minor.]
Sinfonie, mit Schluss-Chor über Schillers Ode An die Freude: für grosses Orchester, 4 Solo- und 4 Chor- Stimmen: 125tes Werk componirt und Seiner Majestaet dem König von Preussen Friedrich Wilhelm III. in tiefster Ehrfurcht zugeeignet von Ludwig van Beethoven. 1st ed. Mainz: Schott, [1827?]. Issued from the original plates; list of subscribers wanting. Includes metronome markings for each movement. PN: Schott 2322.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.91.5. PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Symphonies. Selections.]
A complete collection of Mozart and Beethoven's symphonies, in score: most respectfully dedicated by permission to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. No. [1-3]. London: printed & sold by L. Lavenu, music seller to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, 26 New Bond Street, [1812?]. Titelauflage of the first ed. of the scores, originally published by Cianchettini & Sperati in 1808. Symph. I and II erroneously identified in reverse order. Caption titles: Beethoven's Symph: I-III. Subtitle on caption of Symph. III: Sinfonia eroica composta per celebrare la morte d'un'Eroe. PN: Lavenu No.25.-No.27. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 91.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.51 PHI Bound with Mozart symphonies K. 543, 504, 550, 551, Overture to Zauberflöte and Overture to Nozze di Figaro, 1790.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Tremate, empi, tremate.]
Terzetto Tremate, empi, tremate!: per il soprano, tenore e basso con accompagnemento dell'orchestra: op. 116 composto da L. van Beethoven. Vienne: S.A. Steiner, [1826]. "Originalausgabe" Feb. 1826. PN: S.A. Steiner S:u:C:4685. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 335.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.605 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Trios, piano, clarinet, violoncello, op. 38, E flat major.]
Grand trio pour le pianoforte avec l'accompagnement de la clarinette ou violon et violoncelle concertans, d'aprés le septetto pour violon, alto, clarinette, cor, basson, violoncelle et contrabasse, op. 20: op. 38 composé par Louis van Beethoven; arrangé par lui même et dédié 'Monsieur Jean Adam Schmidt.... Vienna: Bureau d'Arts et d'Industrie, [1805]. PN: Bureau d'Arts et d'Industrie 203. Ref.: Alexander Weinmann, "Vollständiges Verlagsverzeichnis der Musikalien des Kunst- und Industrie Comptoirs in Wien 1801-1819," Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, v. 22, Erich Schenk, ed. (Wien: Österreichischer Bundesverlag, 1955), p. 227.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.342.4 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variationen mit einer Fuge, piano, op. 35, E flat major.]
Variations pour le piano-forte, oeuv. 35 par L. van Beethoven. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1803]. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 167.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.433.2 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variationen über ein Schweizer Lied.]
Six variations faciles pour le clavecin, ou harpe Sur un air suisse par Louis van Beethoven; Nro. 12. Vienne: J. Cappi, [1803]. PN: J. Cappi 1025.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations, piano, op. 34, F major.]
Six variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte: oeuvre 34 composées par Louis van Beethoven. Vienne: Cappi, [1803?]. PN: Cappi 1030.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations sur la danse Russe dans le ballet, Das Waldmädchen.]
XII variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte sur la danse Russe dansée par Mlle. Cassentini dans le ballet, Das Waldmädchen: no. 4 composées et dediées á Madame la Comtesse de Browne née de Vietinghoff par Louis van Beethoven. Vienne: Artaria et Comp., [1797]. Number "4" on t.p. added in ink. PN: Artaria et Comp. 696. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, WoO 71; Alexander Weinmann, Vollständiges Verlagsverzeichnis Artaria & Comp., Beiträge zur Geschichte des alt-wiener Musikverlages ; Reihe 2, Folge 2 (Wien: L. Krenn, c1978), p. 45.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations sur l'ariette Venni Amore.]
24. variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte sur l'ariette Venni Amore par Louis van Beethoven; Nro. 13. Vienne: J. Cappi, [1804]. Variations for piano in D major, WoO 65. PN: J. Cappi 1026. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 513.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations sur le duo La stessa.]
X variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte sur le duo La stessa, la stessissima del' opera Falstaff osia le trè burle composées et dediées a Mademoiselle la Comtesse Babette de Keglevics par Louis van Beethoven; No. 8. 1st ed. Vienne: Artaria, [1799?]. Variations in B flat major for piano, WoO 73. First ed., published at the end of February, 1799. PN: Artaria 807. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 524; Dorfmüller, p. 239; Kat. Hoboken, v. 3, no. 646.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations sur le trio Tändeln und Scherzen.]
VIII. variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte sur le trio: Tândeln und Scherzen de l'opera: Soliman oder die dreŷ Sultaninnen par Louis van Beethoven; Nro. 10. Vienne: Cappi, [1803?]. Variations in F major for piano, WoO 76. PN: Cappi 1014. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 529; Kat. Hoboken, v. 3, no. 661.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven pieces, principally variations for piano.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations sur un thème de Händel.]
XII variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte avec un violoncelle obligé sur un theme de Handel: dans l'oratoire Judas Macabée composées...par Louis van Beethoven. Vienne: Artaria, [1797]. "No. [5]" (number supplied in ms.). PN: Artaria 710.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI piano part only; bound with 12 other Beethoven principally piano pieces, mostly variations.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variations, violin, piano, WoO 40, F major.]
XII variations pour le clavecin ou piano-forte avec un violon obligé composées et dedies a Mademoiselle Eleonore de Breuning par Mr. Beethoven; Nro. I. Vienne: Artaria, [1795?]. First ed., corrected, later issue, with "Oeuvre I" changed to "Nro I" after the publication of the Piano trios, op. 1, in 1795. The first issue of July 1793 was printed with many errors, detailed in Beethoven's letter to Artaria from June 19, 1793 (Brandenburg no. 10). PN: Artaria 437. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm, p. 483.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven principally piano pieces, mostly variations.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Variazioni del quartetto Kind willst du ruhig schlafen.]
VII variations pour le clavecin, ou piano-forte sur le quatuor Kind wilst [sic] du ruhig schlafen tiré de l'opera Das Opferfest par Louis van Beethoven; No. 9. Vienne: J. Cappi, [1805]. PN: J. Cappi 1132.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.403 PHI bound with 12 other Beethoven piano pieces (principally), mostly variations.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Vocal music. Selections.]
Vocal music, 1816-1823 / Ludwig van Beethoven. Wien: A. Strauss, 1816-1823]. Binder's title: Magazin Beilagen / Beethoven. Published as "Beylagen" in issues of the Wiener Zeitschrift/Wiener-Moden-Zeitung.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.709 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
[Weihe des Hauses.]
Ouverture en ut à grand orchestre ... oeuvre 124 composée ... par Louis v. Beethoven. Mayence: B. Schott, [1825]. Includes advertisements for other Beethoven works and for the periodical Cäcilia. PN: B. Schott: 2262.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.119 PHI
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.

[Wellingtons Sieg.]
Wellingtons-Sieg, oder, Die Schlacht bey Vittoria: 91tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Ludwig van Beethoven. 1st ed. Wien: S.A. Steiner, 1816. Das Werk Beethovens; thematisch-bibliographisches Verzeichnis, p. 253. Includes performance instructions by the composer in German and French. PN: S.A. Steiner 2367. Ref.: Kinsky-Halm.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.1.474.2 PHI

Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Beatrice di Tenda. Libretto.]
Beatrice di Tenda: tragedia lirica in due atti di Felice Romani; musica di Vincenzo Bellini; da rappresentarsi al Teatro Carlo Felice, il Carnovale 1857. Genova: Tip. di Gio. Parodini sotto il nome di Dellepiane, 1857.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Beatrice di Tenda. Vocal score.]
Beatrice di Tenda: tragedia lirica di Felice Romani; posta in musica e dedicata a sua eccellenza sa Duchessa di Sammartino dei principi di Cassero da V. Bellini. Milano: Ricordi, [1833?]. PN: Ricordi 6950 al 70.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.643 PHI Bound with Deux sonates pour le piano forte / Beethoven, 1803.
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Capuletti e I Montecchi. Libretto. English & Italian.]
I Capuletti e i Montecchi: a lyrical drama, in three acts the music by Bellini; [words by Felice Romano]. [London]: Printed by T. Brettell, [1856?]. The libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Norma. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Norma: a tragic opera in two acts the music by Bellini; the scenery by Mr. Charles Marshall; [libretto by Felice Romani]. The only correct and authorized edition. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [1851].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Norma. Vocal score.]
Norma: tragedia lirica di F. Romani posta in musica e dedicata al Signor Nicolò Lingarelli; dal suo allievo V. Bellini. Milano: G. Ricordi, [1831?]. PN: G. Ricordi 36347-4789; G. Ricordi E. 5900-5775.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 628.2.611.3 PHI
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Pirata. Vocal score.]
Il pirata: melodramma posto in musica e dedicato a Sua Eccellenze la Signora Duchessa Litta dei Principi Belgiojoso d'Este da Vincenzo Bellini; rappresentato per la prima volta nell'I.R. Teatro all Scala. 1st ed. Milano: Ricordi, [1827?]. Libretto by Felice Romani. "Personaggi" and "Indice" on p. [2]. First ed., possibly first issue; engraved. Most sections are numbered; each section has its own caption title, price, separate pagination (some pages have a third pagination), and pl. no.; except for the letters that precede and follow some pl. nos., they are the same as the pub. nos. Most pages with caption titles also have imprints. PN: Ricordi 3364. Ref.: Loewenberg, col. 709.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.521.3 PHI
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Puritani. Libretto. English & Italian.]
I puritani: a lyric play, in three acts by Count Pepoli; the music by Bellini; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. London: The Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, [1848?] (London: T. Brettell). Libretto, in English and Italian on facing pages, is based on Têtes rondes et cavaliers, by F. Ancelot and X. B. Saintine. Ref.: H. Weinstock, Vincenzo Bellini (New York: Knopf, 1971), p. 311.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Puritani. Vocal score.]
Partizione de' Puritani: opera in tre atti poesia del conte Peopli; musica del maestro Bellini; ridotta con accompagnamento di piano-forte dal maestro Tadolini. Paris: Pacini, [1836?]. PN: Pacini 3148.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.662 PHI
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Puritani. Vocal score.]
Partizione de' Puritani: opera in tre atti poesia del conte Pepoli; musica del Maestro Bellini. London: R. Mills, [1835?]. PN: R. Mills 2752.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.664 PHI
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Sonnambula. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La sonnambula = The sleep-walker: a semi-serious opera in two acts the words by Felice Romani; the music by Bellini. Authorized edition. London: Printed and sold by G. Stuart, [184-?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Sonnambula. Vocal score.]
La sonnambula: melodramma di Felice Romani; posto in musica del Mo. Bellini; e del medesimo dedicato al celebere Sigr. Francesco Pollini; riduzione del Mo. Luigi Truzzi. 1st ed. Milano: Gio. Ricordi, [1831?]. Engraved. Each of the 20 numbers has its own caption title, separate (alternative) pagination, pl. no., price, and imprint. PN: Gio. Ricordi 5271-5288.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.588 PHI
Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835.
[Straniera. Vocal score.]
La straniera: melodramma posto in musica da V. Bellini. Milano: G. Ricordi, [1829?]. Engraved throughout. "Bibla di musica, anno x, classe iv, ... [nos] 4022-4041." The lithographs are after Alessandro Sanguirico. PN: G. Ricordi 4022-4041.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.2.541.3 PHI
Bemetzrieder, Anton, 1743-1817.
Leçons de clavecin, et principes d'harmonie, par m'Bemetzrieder. Paris: Chez Bluet, 1771. Preface by Diderot, the editor, for whose daughter the work was prepared. Title vignette (incl. Publisher's monogram). Pages 107 & 320 misnumbered 10 & 220. With this is bound: Lettre de m. Bemetzrieder, a M.M. ***...Réponse a quelques objections qu'on a faites à sa méthode-pratique...
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 347.9 PHI
Bérard, Jean-Antoine, 1710-1772.
L'art du chant, dedié a Madame de Pompadour, par M. Berard. Paris: Dessaint & Saillant, 1755. Authorship claimed by the Abbé Blanchet, who afterward, published his "L'art, ou les principes philosophiques du chant" (Paris, 1756) as "2. édition, corrigée & augmentée." Ref: RISM B/VI/1 p. 137.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 391.73.5 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
A travers chants; études musicales, adorations, boutades et critiques, par Hector Berlioz. Bibliotheque contemporaine. 1st ed. Paris: Michel Lévy frères, 1862.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 1570.232.1 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Les grotesques de la musique.]
Les grotesques de la musique. Paris: A. Bourdilliat et cie, 1859. "Œuvres complètes de m. Hector Berlioz": p. [309]-320.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 1570.225.3 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
Mémoires de Hector Berlioz ... comprenant ses voyages en Italie, en Allemagne, en Russie et en Angleterre, 1803-1865, avec un beau portrait de l'auteur. [1st ed.]. Paris: Michel Lévy frères, 1870. The frontispiece is a mounted photograph.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 1571.11 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
Les soirées de l'orchestre, par Hector Berlioz. Bibliotheque contemporaine. [1st ed.]. Paris: M. Lèvy, 1852. Pages [431]-436, advertising matter.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 1570.212 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
Voyage musical en Allemagne et en Italie. Études sur Beethoven, Gluck et Weber. Mélanges et nouvelles. [1st ed.]. Paris: J. Labitte, 1844.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 1570.235 PHI Library has: 2 v.
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Béatrice et Bénédict. Vocal score.]
Béatrice & Bénédict: opéra en deux actes imité de Shakespeare paroles et musique de Hector Berlioz. Partition piano et chant. Paris: G. Brandus & S. Dufour, [1863]. Based on Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. Cf. Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.659.5 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Benvenuto Cellini. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Benvenuto Cellini: a lyric play in three acts by De Wailly and A. Barbier; translated by J. Nicodemo, of Santo-Mango; the music by Hector Berlioz. [London]: T. Brettell, [185-?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Benvenuto Cellini. Vocal score.]
Benvenuto Cellini; opéra en trois actes, de Léon de Wailly et Auguste Barbier. Paris: Choudens, [1863?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.621 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Damnation de Faust. Vocal score. German & French.]
La damnation de Faust: légende dramatique, en quatre parties: oeuv. 24 musique de Hector Berlioz; partition de piano, avec text français et allemand; traduction allemande par Mr. Minslaff. Paris: R. S. Richault, [1854]. Libretto by the composer and A. Fandonnière from G. de Nerval's French version of Geothe's Faust. At head of title: A Franz Liszt. PN: S. Richault 11607.R. Ref.: Cecil, Hopkinson, Bibliography of the musical and literary works of Hector Berlioz, 2nd ed. (Tunbridge Wells: Macnutt, 1980), 54D; Loewenberg, Annals of Opera..
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 628.3.630.5 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Enfance du Christ. Vocal score. German & French.]
L'enfance du Christ = Des Heiland's Kindheit: trilogie sacrée: texte français et allemand, oeuvre 25 paroles et musique de Hector Berlioz; transcrite par A. Méreaux et Th. Ritter; paroles françaises, avec traduction allemande de P. Cornelius. Paris: R. Richault, [18--].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.511.3 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Grande Messe des morts.]
Grande Messe des morts: op. 5 / composée par Hector Berlioz. Paris: Maurice Schlesinger, [1838?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 628.3.534.5 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Nuits d'été. German & French.]
Die Sommernächte; sechs Gesänge von Th. Gautier, ins Deutsche übertragen von P. Cornelius, componirt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung von kleinem Orchester oder Pianoforte. Op. 7. Winterthur: Rieter Biedermann, [1856]. PN: Rieter Biedermann 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.707 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Roméo et Juliette.]
Romeo et Juliette: symphonie dramatique avec choeurs, solos de chant et prologue en récitatif choral: op. 17 composée d'après la tragédie de Shakespeare par Hector Berlioz; paroles de Mr. Emile Deschamps. Paris: Brandus et Cie, [1846]. Publication date derived from O. E. Deutsch, Music publishers' numbers. Engraved throughout. "Dédiée à Nicolo Paganini." PN: Brandus et Cie. B. et Cie. 4597.
LOCATION: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.99 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Roméo et Juliette.]
Roméo et Juliette; symphonie dramatique, avec choeurs, solos de chant et prologue en récitatif choral composée d'après la tragédie de Shakespeare. Op. 17. Paroles de E. Deschamps. 2. éd. corrigée par l'auteur, 1857. Paris: Brandus, [1858?]. On cover: "Nouvelle éd."
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.91 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Traité d'instrumentation et d'orchestration modernes.]
Grand traité d'instrumentation et d'orchestration modernes: Oeuvre 10me. Paris: Schonenberger, [1843?]. Engraved. "Contenant le tableau exact de l'étendue, un apperçu du mécanisme et l'étude du timbre et du caractère expressif des divers instrumens ; accompagnéd'un grand nombre d'exemples en partition, tirés des oeuvres des plus grands maîtres et de quelques ouvrages inédits de l'auteur."
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 335.1.11 PHI
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Troyens. Vocal score.]
Les Troyens; poëme lyrique en 2 parties. Paroles et musique de Hector Berlioz. Partition de piano et chant arrangée par l'auteur. Paris: Choudens, [186-?]. PN: Choudens A.C.987-A.C.988.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 628.3.652 PHI Library has: 2 v.; 2 cop. v. 2
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
[Vocal music. Selections.]
Collection de 32 melodies pour une ou plusieurs voix et choeur. Paris: S. Richault, [1863?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 628.3.716 PHI
Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.
[Arlésienne. Vocal score.]
L'Arlésienne: drame en 3 actes de Alphonse Daudet; musique de Georges Bizet; partition chant & piano. Paris: Choudens, [1873]. Addition plate number on some pages: A.C. 3273. PN: Choudens A.C.2486.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 629.1.681.3 PHI B copy signed by composer.
Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.
[Carmen. Vocal score.]
Carmen; opéra comique en 4 actes. Tiré de la nouvelle de Prosper Mérimée. Poème de H. Meilhac et L. Halévy. Paris: Choudens père et fils, [1875]. PN: Choudens A.C. 3082.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 629.1.661 PHI Library has: 2 cop.
Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.
[Carmen. Vocal score.]
Carmen: opéra comique en 4 actes tiré de la nouvelle de Prosper Mérimée poème de H. Meilhac et L. Halévy; musique de Georges Bizet; partition chant et piano arrangée par l'auteur. Paris: Choudens, [1875?]. PN: Choudens A.C. 3082.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 629.1.661.3 PHI
Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.
[Djamileh. Vocal score.]
Djamileh; opéra comique en un acte de Louis Gallet. Op. 24. Partition chant et piano réduite par l'auteur. Paris: Choudens, [18--]. PN: Choudens A.C. 2380.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 629.1.610 PHI Library has: 2 cop.; C copy lacks op. no. on t.p.
Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.
[Jolie fille de Perth. Vocal score.]
La jolie fille de Perth: opéra en 4 actes de M.M. de Saint-Georges & J. Adenis; musique de G. Bizet; partition chant & piano arrangée par H. Salomon. Paris: Choudens, [1868]. "Text by J. H. Vernoy de Saint-Georges and J. Adenis (founded on Scott's novel)."-Cf. Loewenberg, Annals of Opera. Imprint date established through New Grove. PN: Choudens A. C. 1523.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 629.1.671.3 PHI Signed by composer.
Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.
[Pêcheurs de perles. Vocal score.]
Les pêcheurs de perles; opéra en 3 actes. Paris: Choudens, [186-?]. Text by E. Cormon and M. Carré. PN: Choudens A.C.992.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 629.1.633 PHI Signed by Bizet.
Boieldieu, Francois Adrien, 1775-1834.
[Dame blanche. Vocal score.]
La dame blanche: opera comique [paroles de Mr. Scribe]; musique de Boieldieu...; arrangée pour le piano-forte...par L. Jadin. Paris: Janet et Cotelle, [1825?]. PN: Janet et Cotelle 1590.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 631.2.652 PHI
Bruneau, Alfred, 1857-1934.
[Attaque du moulin. Vocal score.]
L'attaque du moulin; drame lyrique d'après E. Zola par L. Gallet. Répertoire Choudens. Paris: Choudens Fils, c1898 [i.e. 1893]. PN: Choudens Fils A.C. 9000.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 632.8.605 PHI Copy B signed by the composer.
Bruneau, Alfred, 1857-1934.
[Messidor. Vocal score.]
Messidor: drame lyrique en quatre actes et cinq tableaux. Poème de E. Zola; musique de Alfred Bruneau. Paris: Choudens, 1897. PN: Choudens A.C. 10,318.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 632.8.616 PHI B copy signed by the composer.

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Caecilia.
1. Bd., Heft 1-27. Bd., Heft 108. Mainz: B. Schott Söhne, 1824-1848. "Eine Zeitschrift für die musicalische Welt." Bd. 1-5 have title: Cäcilia. Each issue has supplement: Intelligenzblatt zur Caecilia.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 3.13 PHI Library has: Hefte 1-63 in 16 Bd.
Calliope, or English harmony;
a collection of the most celebrated English and Scots songs engrav'd and embellish'd with designs adapted to the subject of each song taken from the compositions of the best masters, with the thorough bass and transpositions for the flute. London: Engrav'd by H. Roberts, printed by J. Simpson, [1738-39.]. Ref.: RISM B II, p. 119.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 534.7 PHI v. 1 only.
Chabrier, Emmanuel, 1841-1894.
[Etoile. Vocal score.]
L'étoile: opéra-bouffe en 3 actes paroles de E. Leterrier & A. Vanloo; réduction pour piano par Léon Roques. Paris: Enoch, [between 1877 and 1899]. At head of title: Théâtre des Bouffes-Parisiens. PN: Enoch E.P. et F. 258.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.3.615 PHI
Chabrier, Emmanuel, 1841-1894.
[Gwendoline. Vocal score.]
Gwendoline: opéra en 2 actes et 3 tableaux poème de Catulle Mendès; musique de Emmanuel Cahbrier; partition piano et chant réduite par l'auteur. Paris: Enoch Frères & Costallat. 1886. PN: Enoch Frères & Costallat E.F. & C. 1212.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.3.605 PHI 2 cop.; A copy signed by the composer; B copy No. 34 of "54 Exemplaires numerotes sur papier Japon de la Manufacture Imperiale".
Chabrier, Emmanuel, 1841-1894.
[Roi malgré lui. Vocal score.]
Le roi malgré lui: opéra comique en 3 actes paroles de Emile de Najac et Paul Burani; musique de Emmanuel Chabrier; partition piano et chant réduite par August Bazille. Paris: Enoch & Costallat, 1887. Text based on a comedy by F. Ancelot. PN: Enoch & Costallat E. F. & C. 1348.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.3.609 PHI
Charpentier, Gustave, 1860-1956.
[Louise. Vocal score.]
Louise; roman musical en quatre actes et cinq tableaux. Paris: Heugel, c1900. At head of title: Théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique. PN: Heugel H. et Cie. 19,659.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.6.616 PHI Composer's signature glued in on front endpaper.
Charpentier, Gustave, 1860-1956.
[Louise. Vocal score.]
Louise: roman musical en quatre actes et cinq tableaux de Gustave Charpentier; partition piano et chant. Paris: Heugel & Cie, c1900. At head of title: Théâtre national de l'opéra-comique. PN: Heugel & Cie H. et Cie. 19,659. Ref.: New Grove, 4:162.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.6.615.5 PHI Inscribed by the composer to Massenet.
Charpentier, Gustave. 1860-1956.
[Louise. Vocal score.]
Louise, roman musical en quatre actes et cinq tableaux. Partition piano et chant. Paris: Heugel & Cie, c1900. At head of title: Théâtre national de l'Opera-Comique. PN: Heugel & Cie H. et Cie 19,569.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.6.616.3 PHI
Charpentier, Marc Antoine, 1634-1704.
[Medée. Libretto.]
Medee: tragedie en musique representée par l'Academie Royale de Musique. Paris: C. Ballard, 1693. Libretto by Thomas Corneille. Title vignette (incl. French royal arms). No. 3 in a volume labeled on spine: Recueil d'opera. Tom. I. Ref.: T. de Lajarte, Bibliothéque musicale du théâtre de l'opéra, v. 1 (Paris: Librairie des bibliophiles, 1878), p. 62.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 582.194.5 PHI
Charpentier, Marc Antoine, 1634-1704.
[Medée.]
Medée, tragedie mise en musique. Paris: C. Ballard, M.DC.XCXIIII [i.e. 1694]. Libretto by Thomas Corneille. Ref.: RISM A/I, C 1915.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.20.603 PHI
Chausson, Ernest, 1855-1899.
[Roi Arthus. Vocal score.]
Le Roi Arthus; drame lyrique en trois actes et six tableaux. Partition chant et piano. Paris: Choudens, c1900. French words; libretto by the composer. PN: Choudens A.C. 11,496. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.7.616 PHI
Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842.
[Deux journées.]
Les deux journées: opera en trois actes [paroles] par le Cen. Bouilly[.] Représenté pour la premiere fois sur le Théâtre de la rue Faydeau, le 26 nivose an 8. Mis en musique par le Cen. Chérubini. Paris: A la Nouveauté, les frères Gaveaux ... , [1800]. Engraved throughout. Also known by the titles: The escapes; Graf Armand; Il portatore d'acqua; Die Tage der Gefahr; Der Wasserträger; The water carrier. Ref.: RISM A/I, CC2028 I, 122.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.1.674.5 PHI
Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842.
[Lodoïska.]
Lodoïska: comédie héroïque en trois actes par le cen. Fillette-Loraux...; mise en musique par le cen. Cherubini. Paris: Naderman, [1791]. Engraved, illusatrated t.p. PN: H. Naderman 695.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.1.626 PHI
Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842.
[Lodoïska]
Lodoïska: comédie héroïque en trois actes [paroles] par Mr. Fillete-Loraux[.] Representée pour la premier fois sur le Théâtre de la rue Feydeau le 18 Juilte. 1791. Mise en musique par Mr. Cherubini. Paris: Chez J.H. Naderman, ... et aux adresses ordinaires, [1792?]. Supplement (9 p.), contains additional wind/brass/timpani parts. Engraved throughout. "Gravé par Huguet..."-T.p. Publisher's catalogue (Devriès & Lesure no. 166): leaf [2]. Ref.: RISM A/I, CC 2028 I,310.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.1.625.3 PHI Signed "A mon ami Alexandre Tcherepnine"; "Personnages" p. tipped in following t.p.
Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842.
[Médée.]
Médée. Opéra en III actes. Paroles d'Hoffman, musique de Cherubini. Paris: Janet et Cotelle, [181-?]. Title vignette. "Gravé par Huguet." PN: Janet et Cotelle 687. Ref.: RISM A/I/11, p. 270.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 637.1.640.3 PHI
Cimarosa, Domenico, 1749-1801.
[Matrimonio segreto. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il matrimonio segreto, or, The clandestine marriage: a comic opera in two acts the music by the celebrated Cimarosa; the translation in easy verse, line for line with the Italian. A new edition, revised and corrected. London: Printed for H.N. Millar, 1841. Libretto by G. Bertati. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Clark, Jeremiah.
[Left be those sweet regions.]
Two divine hymns: being a suppliment to the second book of Harmoniae sacra. London: printed by W. Pearson ... for Henry Playford, 1700.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 482.23.27 PHI Bound with Harmonia sacra, or, divine hymns and dialogues, book 1, 2nd ed., 1703, and book 2, 1st ed., 1693.
Clio and Euterpe, or, British harmony:
a collection of celebrated songs and cantatas by the most approved masters: curiously engrav'd with the thorough bass for the harpsichord and transposition for the German flute, embellish'd with designs adapted to each song. In two [sic] vol. London: H. Roberts, 1758-1762.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 534.22 PHI 2 v. only.
Coltellini, Marco, 18th cent.
I voti di Minerva la poesìa è del. Sig. Abate Marco Coltellini. Vienna: Ghelen, [176-?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 590.13 PHI bound with Gluck, Telemacco (libretto), 1765.
Corelli, Arcangelo, 1653-1713.
[Sonatas, violin, continuo, op. 5.]
XII sonata's or solo's for a violin a bass violin or harpsicord compos'd by Arcangelo Corelli. His fifth opera. This edition has ye advantage of having ye graves to all ye adagio's and other places where the author thought proper by Arcangelo Corelli. London: Printed for J. Walsh servt. to her majesty & J. Hare [ca.1711]. Special t.p. (p. [62]) preceding Sonata VII: The second part containing preludes, allemands, corants, jiggs, sarabands, gavots, & ye follia, by Arcangelo Corelli. Printed for J. Walsh. Ref.: RISM AI, 3816.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 640.2.385.12 PHI
Costa, Michael, Sir, 1808-1884.
[Don Carlos. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Don Carlos: a lyric tragedy, in three acts the music composed by M. Costa; written by Signor Leopoldo Tarantini; the scenery by Mr. William Grieve. Authorized ed. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1844.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.

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D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723, ed.
Wit and mirth; or, Pills to purge melancholy being a collection of the best merry ballads and songs, old and new ... most of the songs being new set ...London: Printed by W. Pearson for J. Tonson, 1719-1720. "A re-issue of Songs compleat, 1719...Vols. I and II."
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 535.12.5 PHI
Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918.
[Pelléas et Mélisande. Vocal score.]
Pelléas et Mélisande: drame lyrique en 5 actes et 12 tableaux de Maurice Maeterlinck; musique de Claude Debussy; partition pour chant et piano. Paris: F. Fromont, c1902. PN: Fromont E. 1416. F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 645.5.631 PHI
Delibes, Léo, 1836-1891.
[Lakmé. Vocal score.]
Lakmé: opéra en 3 actes poëme de MM. Edmond Gondinet * Philippe Gille; musique de Léo Delibes; partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, 1883. "Partition réduite pour piano et chant, d'après l'orchestre par August Bazille"-p. [vii]. Decorated chromolithographed t.p. Based on Le Mariage de Loti, by Pierre Loti. "Ouvrage représente sur la scène de l'Opéra-Comique en avril 1883," with cast list-p. [v] (1st count). PN: Heugel 5683.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 645.2.669 PHI
Delibes, Léo, 1836-1891.
[Lakmé. Vocal score.]
Lakmé: Opéra en 3 actes: partition chant et piano poëme de Edmond Gondinet * Philippe Gille. Paris: Heugel, [1883?]. Based on Le mariage de Loti, by Pierre Loti [pseud.]. PN: Heugel H. 5683.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 645.2.663 PHI
The delightfull musical companion for gentlemen and ladies:
being a choice collection out of all the latest operas composed by Mr. Handel, Sigr. Bononcini, Sigr. Attilio, &c. [London?]: engraven for ye publisher, P. Fraser, [1725?]. Ref.: RISM A/I/4, H 1062.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 502.6 PHI
Deshayes, André, 1777-1846.
Alma, ou, La fille du feu: a ballet in four tableaux by M. Deshayes; the music composed expressly by M. Costa; the waltzes and galops composed by M. Perrot; a pas de trois and pas espagnol by Madlle. Cerito; the scenery by Mr. W. Grieve. London: G. Stuart, 1842.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6. B copy also bound in, lacks printer info. on p. 4.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Anna Bolena. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Anna Bolena: an opera seria, in two acts by Signor Felice Romani; the music by Donnizetti [sic]. The authorized edition. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1842.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Belisario. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Belisario: a serious opera in three acts the music by G. Donizetti. Authorized edition. London: G. Stuart, [184-?]. Libretto by G. Cammarano after J.F. Marmontel's Bélisaire. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Don Pasquale. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Don Pasquale: opera buffa = A comic opera in three acts the music by Donizetti; as represented at Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket. Authorized ed. London: G. Stuart, [between 1843 and 1899?]. Libretto by Ruffini after Anelli.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Elisir d'amore. Libretto. English & Italian.]
L'elisir d'amore = The elixir of love: a comic opera in two acts the music by Donizetti. London: Printed & sold by G. Stuart, [184-?]. Libretto by F. Romani, based the Scribe, Le philtre.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Favorite. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La favorita: a lyric drama in four acts the music by Donizetti; the libretto edited and translated by M. Maggioni. London: T. Brettell, [1853?]. Libretto by A. Royer, G. Vaëz, and E. Scribe.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Favorite. Vocal score.]
La favorite: opera en quatre actes paroles de MM. E. Scribe, Alph. Royer & Gust. Vaëz; musique de G. Donizetti; partition avec acct. de piano, arrangée par R. Wagner. Paris: Maurice Schlesinger, [1841?]. Publication date derived from A. Devriès and F. Lesure, Dictionnaire des éditeurs de musique français (Genève: Minkoff, 1979-1988). Based on the play Les amans malheureux by M. d'Arnaud. Also known by titles: Richard und Mathilde; Leonore; Leonora di Guzman; Daila; La Favorita; Die Templer in Sidon. Engraved throughout. PN: Maurice Schlesinger M.S. 3218; M.S. 3343.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 647.1.671.7 PHI
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Fille du regiment. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La figlia del reggimento = The daughter of the regiment: a comic opera in two acts the words by M.M. Bayard and St. Georges; the music by Donizetti. Authorized ed. [London: s.n., 18--] (London: G. Stuart).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Linda di Chamounix. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Linda of Chamouni: a semi-serious opera in three acts by Signore Rossi; music by Donizetti. The authorized ed. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre ..., [1843?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Lucia di Lammermoor. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Lucia di Lammermoor = Lucie of Lammermoor: a serious opera in three acts the music by Donizetti. Authorized edition. London: Printed and sold by G. Stuart, [184-?]. Libretto by Cammarano, after Sir Walter Scott.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Lucrezia Borgia. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Lucretia Borgia: a lyric tragedy in two acts by G.F. Romani; the music by Donizetti. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1843 (Clerkenwell: R. McDonald).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano,1797-1848.
[Maria di Rohan. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Maria di Rohan: a lyric tragedy in three acts the music by Donizetti; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, Haymarket, [between 1840 and 1860?]. Libretto by S. Cammarano, after Lockroy.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848.
[Roberto Devereux. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Roberto Devereux = Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex: a lyric tragedy in three acts the words by M. Salvador Cammarano; the music by Donizetti; with the argument. London: Sold by J. Clements, [184?]. At head of title: The correct copy.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.
Dukas, Paul, 1865-1935.
[Ariane et Barbe-bleue. Vocal score.]
Ariane et Barbe-Bleue; conte en trois actes. Poème de Maurice Maeterlinck. Partition pour chant et piano réduite par l'auteur. Paris: A.Durand, c1906. PN: A. Durand D. F. 6572.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 649.5.601 PHI

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Euler, Leonhard, 1707-1783.
Tentamen novae theoriae mvsicae: ex certissimis harmoniae principiis dilvcide expositae Avctore Leonhardo Evlero. [1st ed.]. Petropoli: ex typographia Academiae scientiarvm, 1739. Title vignette, engraved.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 287.29 PHI
Eva:
an original ballet divertissement the music by Signor Panizza; lead of the ballet, Mr. Alfred Mellon; the dresses by Mme. Marzio; the appointments by Mr. Prescott; the machinery by Mr. Sloman; the ballet invented by Mr. A. Harris and produced by Mons. Desplaces; the scenery by Mr. W. Beverley. [London: T. Brettell], 1855. Ballet scenario. The title role performed by Mlle. Cerito.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.

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Fauré, Gabriel, 1845-1924.
[Pénélope. Vocal score.]
Pénélope: poème lyrique en trois actes: partition chant et piano de René Fauchois; musique de Gabriel Fauré. Paris: Heugel, c1913. PN: Heugel H. & Cie. 24214.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 676.2.625 PHI Inscribed by the composer, Dec. 1913.
Fauré, Gabriel, 1845-1924.
[Pénélope. Vocal score.]
Pénélope; poème lyrique en trois actes de René Fauchois. Partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, [c1913]. PN: Heugel H. & C.ie 25,867; H. & C.ie 25,929; H. & C.ie 24,214; H. & C.ie 25,876.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 676.2.625.3 PHI
Fiorita et la reine des elfrides:
a new grand ballet in four tableaux the music by Sig. Pugni; the scenery by Mr. C Marshall. [London: s.n., 1848?]. Ballet scenario.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Flotow, Friedrich von, 1812-1883.
[Martha. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Martha: a comic opera, in four acts the music by Flotow; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. London: Printed and published for The Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, by J. Miles, [185-?]. Text by W.F. Riese.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 4 of 6.

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Gay, John, 1685-1732.

The beggar's opera: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields written by Mr. Gay; to which is added the musick engrav'd on copper-plates. [1st ed.]. 1st ed. London: Printed for John Watts, at the Printing-Office in Wild-Court, near Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, 1728. First ed., first issue with the 59 pages of text and the bars of music of the air "A Cobler there was" on p. 53.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 572.206.3 PHI
Gay, John, 1685-1732.
[Beggar's opera. Libretto.]
The beggar's opera, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn Fields. The 3d ed.: with the ouverture in score, the songs, and the basses (the ouverture and basses compos'd by Dr. Pepusch). London, Printed for J. Watts, 1729. Includes 46 p. of music following the libretto.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 572.206.5 PHI
Giselle;
ou, Les wilis, a ballet, in two acts. By M.M. de Saint Georges, Theodore Gautie [i.e. Théophile Gautier] and Corali. [London, G. Stuart, 184-?]. Summary of plot only. Plot adapted from Heine by Gautier. The music by A. Adam and Friedrich Burgmüller. Choreography by Coralli and J. Perrot.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
La gitana:
a grand ballet in two acts. [London: H.N. Millar, 1839?]. Choreography by Filippo Taglioni; music by Hermann Schmidt and Daniel Auber; libretto by Taglioni.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Alceste (1767).]
Alceste. Tragedia. Messa in musica dal Signore Cavagliere Cristoforo Gluck. Vienna: Nella stamparia aulica di G. T. de Trattnern, 1769. Libretto by Raniero de' Calsabigi. Ref.: RISM A/I, G 2661.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.620 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Alceste (1776).]
Alceste, tragédie. Opéra en trois actes. Paris: Au Bureau d'abonnement musical, [1776?]. Original Italian libretto by R. de Calsabigi; French translation by Le Blanc de Roullet. Ref: RISM A/I, G 2638 (p. 276).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.621.5 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Armide.]
Armide, drame héroique, mis en musique par Mr. le chlier. Gluck. Représenté pour la première fois par l'Académie royale de musique, le 23. septembre 1777. Paris: Bureau du Journal de musique, [1777]. Text identical with the Des Lauriers edition. Libretto by P. Quinault. Ref.: RISM AI, G 2677.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.660.5 PHI Previously owned by Camille Saint-Saens; signed by him.
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Cythère assiégée.]
Cythère assiégée. Opéra ballet en trois actes. Mis en musique par M. le Chevalier Gluck. Poème de M. Favart. Paris: Des Lauriers, [1775?]. Engraved throughout. Parts for the ouverture (12 leaves) bound in at the back. Ref.: RISM A/I, G2730.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.618 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Echo et Narcisse.]
Echo et Narcisse, drame lyrique en trois actes, avec un prologue, par M. le baron de T. Mis en musique par M. le cher. Gluck. Représenté pour la première fois par l'Académie royale de musique, le mardy 21. septembre 1779. Paris: Des Lauriers [1779?]. Libretto by L. T. von Tschudi. Ref.: RISM A/I, G2739.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.692 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Iphigénie en Aulide.]
Iphigénie en Aulide; tragedie opéra en trois actes. Représentée pour la premiere fois par l'Académie royale de musique le mardi 19. avril 1774. Paris: Chés M. le Marchand, [1774?]. Libretto by F. L. G. Lebland du Roullet, based on Racine's tragedy. "Gravée par le Sr Huguet." Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera; RISM AI, G2747.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.644 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Iphigénie en Tauride.]
Iphigénie en Tauride: tragédie en quatre actes par Mr. Guillard; mise en musique et dediée à la reine par Mr. Le Cher. Gluck. Paris: Au Bureau du Journal de Musique, [1779]. Ref.: RISM A/I/3, G2815.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.682 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Iphigénie en Tauride. Libretto.]
Iphigénie en Tauride: trágedie en quatre actes les paroles sont de M. Guillard; la musique est de M le Chevalier Gluck. [Paris]: Impr. de P. de Lormel, 1779.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 579.518.5 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Orfeo ed Euridice.]
Orfeo ed Euridice; azione teatrale per musica del Signr. Cav. Cristofano Gluck...Gravé par Chambon. Parigi: Duchesne, 1764. Libretto by R. de'Calzabigi. Ref.: RISM A/I, G 2842.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.600.5 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Orphée et Eurydice.]
Orphée et Euridice: tragédie: opera en trois actes dediée à la reine par Monsieur le Chevalier Gluck; les paroles sont de Mr. Moline. 1st ed. Paris: Chez Lemarchand, [1774]. First edition, fourth printing. Original Italian libretto by Ranieri de Calsabigi. French translation by P. I. Moline. Engraved throughout. Ref.: Cecil Hopkinson, A bibliography of the printed works of C.W. von Gluck, 2nd rev. ed. (New York: Broude, 1967); Loewenberg, Annals of opera; Hirsch, II, 285.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.600 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Orphée et Eurydice.]
Orphée et Euridice: tragédie: opera en trois actes par M. Le Ch.er Gluck; les parolles sont de M. Moline; représentée pour la premier fois par l'Académie [Royale] de Musique le mardi 2 aoust 1774. Paris: Des Lauriers, [1774]. Original Italian libretto by Ranieri de Calzabigi, French translation by P. L. Moline. For the French version of the opera, Gluck revised the original music and added new material. Cf. 2nd preliminary leaf. Ref.: RISM A/I G 2853.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.600.3 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Orphée et Eurydice. Vocal score.]
Orphée; opéra en quatre actes. Representé au Théâtre lyrique. Réduction au piano de Théodore Ritter. Seule ed. conformé à la répresentation. Paris: Escudier, [1860?]. PN: Escudier L.E.1845.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.615 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Paride ed Elena.]
Paride ed Elena; dramma per musica. Vienna: Giovanni Tomaso de Trattnern, 1770. Libretto by R. Calzbigi. Ref.: RISM A/I, G 2876.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.650.5 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Rencontre imprévue.]
La rencontre imprevue: opera comique par Mr. Gluck. [176-?]. Libretto by L.h. Dancourt. First performed in 1764 in Vienna.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 688.1.699.5 PHI
Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von, 1714-1787.
[Telemacco. Libretto. German & Italian.]
Telemach, oder, Das Eyland der Zauberinn Circe: ein Singspiel von zwey Abhandlungen = Il Telemaco, o sia L'Isola di Circe: dramma per musica in due atti. Wien: Ghelen, 1765. Libretto by Marco Coltellini. PN: Sartori, 22898.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 590.13 PHI bound with I voti di Minerva (libretto only) / Coltellini, [176-?].
Gnecco, Francesco, ca. 1769-1810/11.
[Prova d'un opera seria. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La prova d'un opera seria = The rehearsal of a serious opera: a comic opera in one act the music by Gnecco. London: Printed and sold by G. Stuart, [184-?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Faust. Vocal score.]
Faust: opéra en cinq actes [paroles] de Jules Barbier * Michel Carré; musique de Ch. Gounod; partition piano & chant arrangée par Léo Delibes. Paris: Choudens, [1859?]. Libretto based on Goethe, Faust. 1. Teil. PN: Choudens A.C.664.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.625 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Faust. Vocal score.]
Faust; opéra en cinq actes de MMrs. J. Barbier et Michel Carré. Partition pinano & chant arrangée par Léo Delibes. 2. édition avec les récitatifs ajoutés par l'auteur. Paris: Choudens, 1860. Libretto based on Goethe, Faust. 1. Teil. Bound with Supplément a la partition Faust ballet par Ch. Gounod; edition piano seul. Paris: Choudens, [1869?]. PN: Choudens A.C.1882; A.C. 664.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.626 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Faust. Vocal score.]
Faust: opéra en 5 actes de J. Barbier at [sic] M. Carré; musique de Ch. Goundo; partition chant et piano arrangée par Léo Delibes. 4e éd. Paris: Choudens, [1869?]. PN: Choudens A.C.664.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.623 PHI Inscribed by the composer.
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Jeanne d'Arc. Vocal score.]
Jeanne d'Arc: drame en 5 actes et en vers de Jules Barbier; musique de Ch. Gounod; partition chant et piano arrangée par Georges Bizet. Paris: Gerard, [187-?]. PN: E. Gerard C.M. 11,348.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.610 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Mors et vita. Vocal score.]
Mors et vita: a sacred trilogy written and composed by Charles Gounod; the vocal score with pianoforte accompaniment arranged from the orchestral score by O. B. Brown. New York: Novello, c1885. PN: Novello 7036.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.506 PHI No. 4 of six copies printed on large paper.
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Redemption. Vocal score. English & French.]
The redemption: a sacred trilogy written and composed by Charles Gounod; the English version by the Rev. J. Troutbeck, M.A.; the pianoforte accompaniment arranged by Berthold Tours. London: Novello, Ewer, [1882?]. "Six copies only printed on large paper"-p. preceding the t.p. PN: Novello, Ewer 6346.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.513 PHI No. 3 of six copies; inscribed by the composer.
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Reine de Saba. Vocal score.]
La reine de Saba: grand opéra en 3 actes de Jules Barbier et Michel Carré; mis en musique...par Ch. Gounod; partition chant et piano arrangée par Georges Bizet. Paris: Choudens, [189-?]. PN: Choudens A.C. 880.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.660 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Roméo et Juliette. Vocal score.]
Roméo et Juliette: opéra en 5 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carré; musique de Ch. Gounod; partition chant et piano arrangée par H. Salomon. 1st ed. Paris: Choudens, [1867?]. PN: Choudens A.C. 1411.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.680 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Roméo et Juliette. Vocal score.]
Roméo et Juliette: opéra en 5 actes [paroles] de J. Barbier et M. Carré; musique de Ch. Gounod; partition chant & piano, arrangée par Salomon. Paris: Choudens, [ca. 1870]. Libretto based on the play by Shakespeare. Supplément (p. 270-280), contains Scène et Air. Bound in at end: Catalogue des publications de Choudens Editeur de musique, Rue Saint-Honoré 265 pres l'Assomption. Extrait du catalogue, 1867; 32 [i.e. 24] p. PN: Choudens A.C.1411.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.680.3 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Roméo et Juliette. Vocal score.]
Roméo et Juliette: opéra en 5 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carré musique de Ch. Gounod; partition chant et piano arrangée par H. Salomon. Paris: Choudens, [1873?]. Libretto based on: Romeo and Juliet / William Shakespeare. First preformed in 1867. Supplement, p. 270-283 contains Scène et Air. PN: Choudens A. C. 1411.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.680.10 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Roméo et Juliette. Vocal score.]
Roméo et Juliette: opéra en 5 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carré; musique de Ch. Goundod; partition piano & chant arrangée par Ant. Berel. Paris: Choudens, [between 1886 and 1888]. Based on: Romeo and Juliet / William Shakespeare. Supplément, p. 251-278, contains : A. Cortége nuptial, B. Épithalame, C. Chœur et danse, C. Final. PN: Choudens A. C. 1411.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.680.7 PHI
Gounod, Charles. 1818-1893.
[Roméo et Juliette. Vocal score.]
Roméo et Juliette: opéra en 5 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carré; musique de Ch. Gounod; partition chant et piano transcrite par Hector Salomon. Paris: Choudens, [1888?]. The 2nd version, for which Gounod composed ballet music, 1888. At head of title: Théâtre National de l'Opéra. PN: Choudens A.C. 1411. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.681 PHI
Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893.
[Roméo et Juliette. Vocal score.]
Roméo et Juliette, opéra en 5 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carré; musique de Ch. Gounod; partition chant et piano transcrite par Hector Salomon. Paris: Choudens père et fils, [189-?]. At head of title: Théâtre National de l'Opéra. Supplément, p. 251-290 contains : A. Cortége, B. Epithalame, C. Chœur et danse, D. Final. PN: Choudens père et fils A.C. 1411.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 690.2.680.5 PHI
Guerra, Antonio.
Le lac des fees: a ballet in two tableaux by M. Guerra. [London: G. Stuart, 184-?]. Ballet scenario. The principal characters performed by Mlle. Cerito [sic], Messers Briestroff, Keppler, Pierson, Mad. Guerra, Mrs. Madheim, Mrs. Gosselin, and Mons. Guerra.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.

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H

Halévy, F., 1799-1862.
[Juive. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La juive; a grand opera, in four acts. As represented at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent garden. The libretto by Scribe. The Italian version by P. Giannone. The English version by J.W. Tibbert. London: T. Brettell, [1850].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 2 of 6.
Halévy, F., 1799-1862.
[Juive. Vocal score.]
La Juive: opera en 5 actes paroles de M. E. Scribe; musique de F. Halevy; partition de piano arrangée par F. Hiller. 1st ed. Paris: M. Schlesinger, [1836?]. PN: M. Schlesinger M.S.2002.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.4.600 PHI
Halévy, F., 1799-1862.
[Tempestà. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La tempesta: an entirely new grand opera, in three acts, with a prologue the musice composed by Halevy; the poem by Scribe, founded on The tempest of Shakespeare; and composed expressly for Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket 1850. [London]: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [1850?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 1 of 6.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Acis and Galatea.]
Acis and Galatea: a mask, as it was originally compos'd with the overture, recitativo's, songs, duets & choruses, for voices and instruments set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1743]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 380.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.674.5 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Acis and Galatea. Selections; arr.]
The favourite songs in the opera call'd Acis and Galatea. London: Printed for & sold by I: Walsh & Ino. & Ioseph Hare, [1722]. Ref.: William C. Smith, Handel; a descriptive catalogue of the early editions (London: Cassell, [1960]), p. 81, no. 1; RISM A/I, H 386.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.681.5 PHI Original t.p. replaced by photocopy.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Acis and Galatea. Selections; arr.]
The songs and symphony's in the masque of Acis and Galatea: made and perform'd for his Grace the Duke of Chandos compos'd by Mr. Handel, fairly engraven and carefully corrected. London, Printed for J. Walsh and J. Hare, [1732]. Libretto attributed to John Gay. Ref.: William C. Smith, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, [1960]), p. 82, no. 3; RISM A/I, H 387.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.681.10 PHI
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 693.1.681 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Admeto.]
Admetus: an opera compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Engrav'd, printed and sold by J. Cluer, in Bow-Church-Yard, London, [1727]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. Text adapted from A. Aureli's Antigona delusa da Alceste, as rev. by Mauro for Hanover, in 1681. Includes an index and advertisement, "musick engrav'd for & sold by Cluer & Creake: the operas of Julius Caesar...the first & second pocket volumes of opera songs in an 8vo. size." Singers named in cpation titles to the individual arias: Sgr. Senesino, Sgr. Bolschy, Sga. Faustina, Sga. Cuzzoni, Sgr. Baldi, Sga. Dotti, and Sgr. Palmerini. Engraved throughout. Pages (not leaves) are signed: A-H4 Ii3. "A list of subscribers"-p. following t.p. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 5, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:630; RISM A/I, H 42.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.612 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Alessandro. Selections.]
Alexander,: an opera compos'd by Mr. Handel. [London]: Engrav'd, printed and sold by J. Cluer in Bow-Church-Yard, London, [1726]. Overture and songs only, without the recitative. Libretto by P. Rolli, adapted from O. Mauro's "La superbia d'Alessandro." Includes an index and advertisement, "musick engrav'd for, & sold by Cluer & Creake. The operas of Julius Caesar...the 1st and 2d packs of musical playing-cards." Engraved throughout apart from letterpress index page and list of subscribers. Pages (not leaves) are signed: A-Ee4 Ff [blank Ff2]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 12, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:630; Händel-Handbuch, Bd. 1, p. 272; RISM A/I, H 82.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.692.5 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Alexander Balus.]
Alexander Balus: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. 1st ed. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1748]. Words by Thomas Morell. Ref.: W. Smith, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 89, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.349 PHI Bound with his Joshua, 1748.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Alexander's feast.]
Alexander's feast: or, The power of musik: an ode wrote in honour of St. Cecilia by Mr. Dryden; set to musik by Mr. Handel; with the recitativo's, songs, symphonys and chorus's for voices & instruments; together with the cantata, duet, and songs, as perform'd at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. London: I. Walsh. [1738]. "Text adapted from John Dryden with additions by Newburgh Hamilton"-Cf. W. Smith, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 90. Engraved musical score. PN: I Walsh 634.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.667 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato. Selections.]
L'Allegro, il Penseroso, ed il Moderato the words taken from Milton; set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh in Catherine Street in the Strand. Where may be had, twelve grand concertos for violins &c. in seven parts compos'd by Mr. Handel, [1741]. Contains the solos and duets in score, without the choruses. The text was arranged from Milton's two poems by Charles Jennens, the author of the third part, Il Moderato. Singers named: Francesina, Beard, Reinhold, Savage. Engraved title page; last page blank. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 94, no. 5.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.719 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Arminio.]
Arminius: an opera as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Walsh, [1737]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. "A table of songs" and advertisement, "The following works of Mr. Handel, printed for Iohn Walsh: Operas in score (viz.), Atalanta...6 Trios for German flutes &c.," on p. [3]. List of subscribers, with 100 names for 135 copies, on p. [5]. Libretto adapted from A. Salvi. Singers named in caption titles to the individual arias: Sigra Strada, Sigr. Hannibali, Sigra. Negri, Mr. Beard, Mr. Reinhold, Sigr. Conti, and Sigra. Bertolli. Engraved throughout. PN: Walsh 605. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 20, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:631; RISM A/I, H 116.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.617 PHI
Handel, George Frideric.
[Atalanta.]
Atalanta: an opera as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Walsh, [1736]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. List of subscribers, with 142 subscribers for 180 copies, on p. [5]. Libretto adapted from B. Valeriano's La caccia in Etolia. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigr. Conti Ghizziello, Mr. Beard, Mr. Waltz, Sigr. [i.e., Sigra.] Negri, Sigra. Strada, and Mr. Reinhold. Engraved throughout. "A table of songs" and an advertisement, "The following works of Mr. Handel, printed for Iohn Walsh: Operas in score, Orlando . . . The Te Deum and Jubilate," on p. [3]. PN: Walsh 589. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 20, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:631; RISM A/I, H 118.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.686 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Athalia. Selections.]
The most celebrated songs in the oratorio call'd Athalia compos'd by Mr. Handel. [1st ed.]. London: I. Walsh, [ca. 1735]. PN: Walsh 545. Ref.: W. Smith, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 97, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.312 PHI Bound with his The most celebrated songs in the oratorio call'd Deborah, ca. 1735.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Berenice.]
Berenice: an opera as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Walsh, [1737]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. "A table of songs" and advertisement, "N.B.: Where these are sold may be had, The opera of Justin, and twenty one other operas compleatly printed in score with several other curious pieces both vocal and instrumental by the same author," on p. [3]. Libretto adapted from A. Salvi's Berenice, regina d'Egitto. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigra. Strada, Mr. Beard, Sigr. Conti, Sigra. Bertolli, Mr. Reinhold, Sigra. Negri, Sigr. Hannibali, and Mr. Savage. Engraved throughout. PN: Walsh 619. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 21, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:631; RISM A/I, H 127.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.610 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Choice of Hercules.]
The choice of Hercules set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street, in the Strand, 1751. Oratorio, for 2 sopranos (Pleasure and Virtue) and mezzo-soprano (Hercules), with chamber orchestra; unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. Advertisement under imprint on t.p.: "Of whom may be had, just publish'd, Six Italian cantatas by Sigr. Hasse . . . St. Martini's 12 Solos for a German flute." "London, May 4th 1751. Proposals for printing by subscription Theodora, An oratorio in score, Compos'd by Mr. Handel. Conditions . . .Subscriptions are taken in by I. Walsh"--P. [3]. Advertisement for "Musick compos'd by Mr. Handel"--P. [4]. Later issued without the advertisements. Contains the sinfonia, 12 songs, and one trio. The music is largely based on the composer's Alceste. Libretto adapted from R. Lowth's The judgement of Hercules, probably by T. Morell. Engraved throughout. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 99, no. 1; RISM A/I, H 987.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.654 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Choice of Hercules.]
The choice of Hercules set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1751?]. Libretto based on the poem "Judgement of Hercules" by Robert Lowth adapted by an unknown librettist. Includes figured bass. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 100, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.483 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Concerti grossi, violins (2), violoncello, string orchestra, op. 6.]
Twelve grand concertos in seven parts for four violins, a tenor violin, a violoncello with a through bass for the harpsicord compos'd by George Frederick Handel. London: Walsh, [1740?]. Engraved. Violino primo concertino part has "Privilege", dated Oct. 31, 1739. Includes a list of subscribers. PN: J. Walsh 670. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 1254.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.183 PHI Bound with his Seven sonatas or trios for two violins or German flutes with a thorough bass for harpsicord or violoncello, opera quinta, 1739.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Coronation anthems.]
Handel's celebrated Coronation anthems: in score, for voices & instruments. Vol. 1. London: I. Walsh, [1743]. Vol. 2 (bound in) has title: Anthem which was perform'd in Westminster Abby [sic] at the funeral of Her Most Sacred Majesty Queen Caroline. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 150, no. 2 (Coronation anthems); p. 153, no. 2 (Funeral anthem).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.594 PHI
Handel, George Friderick, 1685-1759.
[Deborah. Selections.]
The most celebrated songs in the oratorio call'd Deborah compos'd by Mr. Handel. [1st ed.]. London: I. Walsh, [1735]. PN: I. Walsh 545. Ref.: W. Smith, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 101, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.312 PHI Bound with The most celebrated songs in the oratorio call'd Athalia, 1735.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Esther. Selections.]
The most celebrated songs in the oratorio call'd Queen Esther. To which is prefixt the overture in score. London: Printed for & sold by I. Walsh, [1739].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.417 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Faramondo.]
Faramondo: an opera as it is perform'd at the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Walsh, [1738]. Advertisement on p. [2]: "Musick compos'd by Mr. Handel, printed and sold by Iohn Walsh in Catherine Street: Alexander's feast . . . all the operas transpos'd for the comon flute in three volumes . . . and vocal music, compos'd by the most eminent authors, in Europe." "A table of songs," and an advertisement: "N.B. Where these are sold may be had, The opera of Berenice . . . with several other curious pieces, both vocal and instrumental, by the same author," on p. [5]. List of subscribers (76 names for 88 copies) on p. [7]. Libretto adapted from A. Zeno, as revised for the 1720 performance in Rome. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigr. Montagnana, Sigra. Francesina [i.e. E. Duparc], Sigra. Chimenti, Sigra. Luchesina [i.e., M.A. Marchesini], Sigr. Caffarelli (also called Caffariello), Sigra. Merighi, and Sigr. Lottini. Engraved throughout. PN: Walsh 633. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries; Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 25, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:631; RISM A/I, H 139.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.628 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Flavio, re de' Langobardi.]
Flavius: an opera: as it was perform'd at the Kings Theatre for the Royal Accademy compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Publish'd by the author: Printed and sold by I. Walsh . . . at the Harp and Hoboy in Catherine-Street in the Strand, and Inō & Ioseph Hare at the Viol and Flute in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange, [1723]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. Text by N.F. Haym, adapted from M. Noris, Flavio cuniberto as revised for Rome, 1696. Letterpress privilege with headpiece, dated 14 June 1720, on p. [3]. Title page and score are engraved. Singers named in caption titles to the individual arias: Sigra. Durastanti (also called Durastante), Mrs. Robinson, Sigra. Cuzzoni (also called Cuzzona), Sigr. Senesino, Sigr. Boschi, Sigr. Berenstatt, and Mr. Gordon. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 25, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:629; RISM A/I, H 140.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.626 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Floridante.]
Floridant: an opera as it was perform'd at the Kings Theatre for the Royal Academy compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Publised by the author: Printed and sold by I. Walsh . . . at the Harp and Hoboy in Catherine-Street in the Strand, and In & Ioseph Hare, at the Viol and Flute in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange, [1722]. Letterpress privilege, with headpiece, dated 14 June 1720, on p. [3]. Letterpress "table of the songs" and "catalogue of vocal musick & of the best editions, which may be had where these are sold," on p. [5]. Caption titles name only characters, not singers. Title page and score are engraved. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel, a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed., p. 27, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:629; RISM A/I, H 219.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.624 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Fugues, organ, HWV 605-610.]
Six fugues or voluntarys for the organ or harpsichord, troisieme ovarage [sic] compose'd by G.F. Handel. London: I. Walsh, [1735]. Publication date from W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960). Engraved throughout. PN: I. Walsh 543. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 1475.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.407.5 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Hercules.]
Hercules: in score compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1745]. Libretto by T. Broughton. Ref.: Grove, 5th ed; W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 107, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.652 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Jephtha.]
Jephtha: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. 1st ed. London: I. Walsh, [1752]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel, a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 109, no. 1 (Jephtha); p. 146, no. 1 (Triumph of time and truth).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.493 PHI Bound with his Triumph of time and truth, 1757.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Jephtha. Libretto.]
Jephtha: an oratorio, or, sacred drama: as perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden set to musick by Mr. Handel. [1st ed.]. London: J. Watts, [1752?]. Text by Thomas Morell. Catalog of books printed by and for J. Watts [2] p. at end.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 580.682 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Joseph and his brethren.]
Joseph and his brethren: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street, in the Strand. of whom may be had, all Mr. Handel's works, [1744?]. Text by James Miller. Publication date from Smith. Characters named at beginning of each number. "A table of the songs in the oratorio of Joseph"-p. [3]. Bookseller's advertisement, p. [3]: Just publish'd by I. Walsh in Catharine Street the following musick compos'd by Mr. Handel. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd. ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 110, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.434 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Joshua.]
Joshua: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street, in the Strand. of whom may be had, the works of Mr. Handel, Geminiani, Corelli, and all the most eminent authors of musick, [1748]. Text by Thomas Morell. Publication date from Smith. Singers named: Reinhold, Casarini, Lowe, Galli. "A table of the songs in the oratorio of Joshua"--p. [3]. Bookseller's advertisement, p. [3]: Musick compos'd by Mr. Handel, printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine street, in the Strand. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed., (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 112, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.349 PHI Bound with his Alexander Balus, 1748.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Judas Maccabaeus.]
Judas Macchabæus; an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: I. Walsh, [1747]. English words, by Thomas Morell. Marche included at end. Table of contents lists Marche on p. 73. Includes figured bass. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 113, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.422.5 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Messiah.]
Messiah, an oratorio in score, as it was originally perform'd; compos'd by Mr. Handel. To which are added his additional alterations. London: Printed by Messrs. Randall & Abell, successors to the late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand-of whom may by had the compleat scores of Samson, Alexander's Feast, and Acis & Galatea [ca.1773]. Includes a list of subscribers, index; appendix. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 127, no. 6.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 693.1.354.5 PHI Copy has mss. score correction tipped in on p. 130.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Messiah. Libretto.]
Messiah. An oratorio. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for J. Watts: and sold by B. Dod, [1756?]. Words selected from the Scriptures by Charles Jennens.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 583.270.3 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Messiah. Selections.]
The songs in Messiah: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street, in the Strand, of whom may be had, the works of Mr. Handel, Geminiani, Corelli, and all the most eminent authors of musick, [1764?]. Principally for voice and orchestra, with figured bass. Text by Charles Jennens from the Bible and Prayer Book. Includes Overture. Publication date from Smith. Engraved title page. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1970), p. 118, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.353.5 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Occasional oratorio.]
The occasional oratorio as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street in ye Strand, of whom may be had, all Mr. Handel's works, [1747?]. Includes "A table of the songs in the Occasional Oratorio"--preceding p. [1]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 130, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1 629 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Ode for St. Cecilia s Day. Selections.]
The songs in the ode wrote by Mr. Dryden for St. Cecilias Day set by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for & Sould by I. Walsh, [1739?]. Ref. W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 131., no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.672 PHI Copy has small mss. note with verse tipped in following last p. of music.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Operas. Selections; arr.]
Solos for a German flute, a hoboy or violin, with a thorough bass for the harpsicord or bass violin. Being all choice pieces compos'd by Mr. Handel, curiously fitted to the German flute. London: Printed for and sold by I. Walsh, [1726-1730?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 1341.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.700 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Oratorios. Vocal score. Selections.]
Handel's songs, selected from his oratorios: for the harpsicord, voice, hoboy or German flute... London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1749-176-?]. Chiefly selections from the oratorios, for 102 voices and continuo; figured bass unrealized. Ref.: W. Smith, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 192, no. 5 (v. 1, 1749); p. 194, no. 10 (v. 2, 1751); p. 197, no. 18 (v. 4, 1758); p. 198, no. 21 or 22 (v. 5, 1760 or later).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.503.5 PHI Vol. 3 lacking.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Ottone.]
Otho: an opera: as it was perform'd at the Kings Theatre for the Royal Accademy compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Publish'd by the author: Printed and sold by I. Walsh . . . at the Harp and Hoboy in Catherine-Street in the Strand, and Ino & Ioseph Hare at the Viol and Flute in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange, [1723]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. Text by N. Haym, adapted from S.B. Pallavicini's Teofane. Letterpress privilege, dated 14 June 1720, on p. [3]. Letterpress "Table of songs" and "Catalogue of vocal musick and the best editions, which may be had where these are sold," on p. [5]. Title page and score are engraved. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigra. Durastanti (singing the role of Gismonda; also called Durastante), Sigr. Berenstall (Adelberto; also called Berenstatt), Sigra. Cuzzona (Theofane; also called Cuzzoni), Sigr. Boschi (Emireno), Sigr. Senesino (Otho), Mrs. Robinson(Matilda). Ref.: W. Smith & C. Humphries, Handel, a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 42, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:629; RISM A/I, H 219.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.644 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Overtures. Selections; arr.]
Handel's overtures; collection, set for the harpsichord or organ. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1730-1758]. Title from 11th collection. First coll. has title XXIV overtures fitted to the harpsicord or spinnet; 5th-8th have title Six overtures fitted to the harpsicord or spinnet; 9th-10th have title Six overtures set for the harpsicord or organ. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 282-286.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.166 PHI
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[Partenope.]
Parthenope: an opera as it was perform'd at the Kings Theatre for the Royal Accademy compos'd by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for and sold by I. Walsh, servant to his Majesty, at the Harp and Hoboy in Catherine Street in the Strand, and Ioseph Hare, at the Viol and Hoboy, in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange, [1730]. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instruments. "A table of songs" and advertisement, "A cattalogue of vocal musick of the best editions, which may be had where these are sold: Apollo's feast in 3 volumes . . . Cantatas by several authors," on p. [3]. Libretto adapted from S. Stampiglia's Partenope, as revised for Venice, 1707. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigra. Strada, Sigr. Bernacchi, Sigra. Merighi, Sigra. Bertolli, Sigr. Riemschnieder, and Sigr. Fabri. Engraved throughout. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 60-61, no. 1; New Grove Opera, II:630; RISM A/I, H 239.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.631 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Radamisto.]
Il Radamisto: opera rapresentata nel Regio Teatro d'Hay Market composta dal Sig.re Georgio Fredrico Handel. London: Publisht by the author: Printed and sold by Richard Meares, musical-instrument maker and musick-printer, in St. Pauls Church Yd. & by Christopher Smith at ye Hand & Musick-book in Coventry-Street near ye Hay-Market, [1720]. Under imprint on t.p.: "N.B. Not to be sold any where else in England." Letterpress privilege with headpiece, dated 14 June 1720, on p. [3]. Libretto by N.F. Haym?; adapted from D. Lalli's L'amor tirannico, as revised for performance in Florence in 1712. Title page and score engraved, by T. Cross. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 53, no. 1; RISM A/I, H 258.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.634 PHI Bound with Arie aggiunte di Radamisto opera, 38 p., 1721.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Radamisto. Selections.]
Arie aggiunte di Radamisto: opera rapresentata nel Regio Teatro d'Hay Market composta dal Sig.re Georgia Fredrico Handel. London: Publisht by the author: Printed and sold by Richard Meares, [1721]. Contains 11 additional songs (10 arias and a duet) which are not in the first libretto but were added to the rev. version produced Dec. 28, 1720. Text by N. Haym; adapted from D. Lalli's L'amor tirannico, o Zenobia, which was revised for performance in Florence, 1712. Engraved throughout by T. Cross. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 53, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.634 PHI Bound with his Radamisto, opera, 1720.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Rinaldo. Selections.]
Arie dell'opera di Rinaldo composta dal Signor Hendel, Maestro di Capella di Sua Altezza Elettorale d'Hannover. London: Printed for J. Walsh, servant in ordinary to her Britanick Majesty, at ye Harp & Hoboy in Katherine street near Somerset house in ye Strand, & J. Hare at ye Viol & Flute in Cornhill near the Royall Exchange, [1711]. Includes the overture and the final chorus. Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instruments. Text by Giacomo Rossi, based on a scenario by A. Hill, after T. Tasso's La Gerusalemme liberata. "A table of songs" and an advertisement, "Note: there are reprinted the opera's of Hydaspes . . . Roseamond; also, all sorts of instrumentall musick . . . may be had where this is sold," on p. [3]. First issued with English title "Songs in the opera of Rinaldo," & later with Italian title as above but with 65 p. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigra. Boschi [i.e., F. Vanini] (also called Signra. Boscchi), Sigra. Isabella [Girardeau], Sigr. Nicolini, Signr. Valentini, Sigr. Boschi (also called Signr. Boscchi), Sigra. Piloti (also called Signra. Pilotti), and Sigr. Cassani. Engraved throughout; t.p. has ornamental border. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 56, no. 2; W. Smith, Bibliography of the Musical Works Published by John Walsh during the years 1695-1720 (London: Bibliographical Society [Oxford: Oxford UP], 1948), p. 117, no. 387; New Grove opera, II:628; RISM A/I, H 278.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.639 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Rodelinda. Selections.]
Rodelinda: an opera compos'd by Mr. Handel. 1st ed., 1st issue. [London]: Engrav'd, printed and sold by J. Cluer in Bow-Church-Yard, London, [1725]. Illustrated title page. Italian text by Antonio Salvi; adapted by Nicola Francesco Haym. Singers named: Cuzzoni, Borossini, Dotti, Boschi, Senesino, Paccini. Publication date from Smith. Signatures: pi2 A-2D2. 2D. (i.e. 2D.) not signed. Each page signed: A A. A. A., etc. Bookseller's advertisement on verso of t.p.: Musick Engrav'd, Printed, and Sold by J: cluer & B: Creake. "A list of the subscribers"-p. [2]-[3]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1970), p. 60, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.608 PHI
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[Samson.]
Samson; an oratorio. The words taken from Milton. Set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1743]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 135, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.377.5 PHI Bound with his Saul, 1748?
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Samson. Selections.]
Samson: an oratorio the words taken from Milton; set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh in Catherine Street in the Strand, of whom may be had all Mr. Handel's works, [1743]. Contains the overture, solos & duets in score, without the choruses. Text adapted from Milton's Samson Agonistes. "A second collection of songs in the oratorio call'd Samson, to which is prefixt the overture in score, compos'd by Mr. Handel"--T.p. following p. 30. Advertisement for Handel's works published by I. Walsh, at foot of contents page. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Guide to the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 134, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.377.10 PHI Copy has pages mss. numbered 87-181.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Saul.]
Saul: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1748?]. Retains additional pagination from earlier Walsh eds. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 139, no. 5.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.377.5 PHI Bound with his Samson, 1743.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Saul. Selections.]
The most celebrated songs in the oratorio call'd Saul. London: I. Walsh., [1739]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 139, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.334 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Semele.]
Semele: as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: I. Walsh, [1746]. Libretto based on William Congreve's Semele. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 141, no. 2.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.693 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Solomon.]
Solomon, an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, 1749?. Libretto attributed to Thomas Morrell. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 142, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.473 PHI Bound with his Susanna, an oratorio, 1749.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Suites, harpsichord, HWV 426-433.]
Suites de pièces pour le clavecin. Premier volume composées par G.F. Handel. London: Printed for the author, and are to be had at Christopher Smith's, at the Hand and Musick-Book in Coventry-Street, ye Upper-end of ye Hay market, and by R. Mears, Musical Instrument-Maker in St. Paul's Church-Yard, engraved and printed at Cluer's Printing-Office in Bon-Church-Yard, Cheapside; where all manner of business is printed, and all sorts of copper plates curiously engrav'd, [1721 or22?]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 248, no. 3.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1 406.1.5 PHI
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Suites, harpsichord, HWV 426-433.]
Suites de pieces pour le clavecin composées par G.F. Handel. London: John Walsh, [1733-1736?]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 250, no. 6 (v. 1, 1736); p. 249, no. 5 (v. 2, 1733).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.406.1.7 PHI Vols. 1 and 2 bound together (separate title pages).
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Susanna.]
Susanna, an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1749]. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 143, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.473 PHI Bound with his Solomon, an oratorio, 1749.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Theodora.]
Theodora, an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: Printed for I. Walsh, [1751?]. Text attributed to T. Morrell. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 144, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.483 PHI Bound with his Choice of Hercules, 1751.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, op. 5.]
Seven sonatas or trios for two violins or German flutes with a thorough bass for the harpsicord or violoncello ... Opera quinta. London: Iohn Walsh, [1739]. PN: Iohn Walsh No. 670. Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humphries, Handel; a Descriptive Catalogue of the Early Editions (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 222, no. 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.183 PHI Bound with his Twelve grand concertos in seven parts, 1740.
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759.
[Triumph of Time and Truth. Selections.]
The triumph of Time and Truth: an oratorio set to musick by Mr. Handel. London: I. Walsh, [1757]. Based on the Italian oratorio Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno, produced in Rome, 1708 with text by Cardinal Benedetto Panfili, adapted and translated by Thomas Morell; music from both earlier versions with additions. Ref.: Handel-Handbuch; RISM AI, H 970.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.1.493 PHI Bound with his Jephtha, 1752.
Hanslick, Eduard, 1825-1904.
[Vom Musikalisch-Schönen. English.]
The beautiful in music; a contribution to the revisal of musical aesthetics. Translated for the 7th ed., enl. And rev. (Leipzig, 1885) by Gustav Cohen. London: Novello, 1891.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 100.7.2 PHI
Hanslick, Eduard, 1825-1904.
Vom Musikalisch-Schönen. Ein Beitrag zur Revision der Aesthetik der Tonkunst. 1st ed. Leipzig: R. Weigel, 1854.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 100.7.1 PHI
Harmonia sacra; or, Divine hymns and dialogues:
with a thorow-bass for the theorbo-lute, bass-viol, harpsichord, or organ. Composed by the best masters of the last and present age. The words by several learned and pious persons. [London]: Printed by E. Jones, for H. Playford, 1688-1693. For 1-3 voices with bass (part figured).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 482.23.23 PHI 1 v. (79 p.), with publisher's ad. on back p., 1688.
Harmonia sacra; or, Divine hymns and dialogues;
with a through--bass for the theorbo-lute, bass-viol, harpsichord, or organ. Composed by the best masters of the last and present age. The words by several learned and pious persons. 2d ed., very much enlarged and corrected; also four excellent anthems of the late Mr. H. Purcell's never before printed. London: Printed by W. Pearson for H. Playford, 1693, 1703. For 1-3 voices with bass (part figured). Preface signed: Hanry Playford. Edited in part by Henry Purcell. Vol. 2 (1st ed.) has imprint: Printed by E. Jones for H. Playford, 1693.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 482.23.27 PHI Bound with Two divine hymns, being a suppliment to the second book of Harmoniae sacra, 1700.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Anima del filosofo. Vocal score. German & Italian. Selections.]
Orfeo e Euridice: dramma per musica composta da Gius. Haydn = Orpheus und Euridice in Musik gesezt von Joseph Haydn; Klavierauszug. 1st ed. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel. [1800?]. Unfinished opera. Libretto by Badini. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2566.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.635 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Arianna a Naxos.]
Ariana a Naxos: cantata a voce sola, accompagnata col clavicembalo forte-piano dal Sigr. Giuseppe Haydn. London: Printed for the Author & sold by him at No. 18 Great Pulteney Steet, & at J. Blands Music Warehouse, 45 Holborne, [1791]. Publication date from R. Balchin, ed., Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980, v. 27 (London; New York: K.G. Saur, 1981-<1987>), p. 227. Engraved throughout. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2584.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.619.7 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Canzonettas, voice, piano, 1st set.]
Dr. Haydn's VI original canzonettas: for the voice with an accompaniment for the piano-forte. London: Printed for the author, [1794].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.705 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Fedeltà premiata. Ah come il core mi palpita nel seno.]
Cantata per un soprano con accompagnamento composta dal Sig. Giuseppe Haydn. Vienna: Artaria, [1783]. Hob. XXVIII/10, no. 21. PN: Artaria 29. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2558.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.632 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Jahreszeiten. French & German.]
Die Jahreszeiten nach Thomson; in Musik gesezt von Joseph Haydn. Originalausgabe. Leipzig: Bey Breitkopf & Härtel, [1802]. Music typeset throughout. Illustrated t.p., engraved by A.W. Böhm, after V. G. Kninger. Signatures 1-124. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2543.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.524 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Masses, H. XXII, 10, B flat major.]
Messe: à 4 voix avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, 2 hautbois, 2 clarinettes, 2 bassons, trompettes, timbales et orgue: No. I composée par Joseph Haydn. 1st ed. Leipsic: Breitkopf et Härtel, [1802]. Incipit printed on title page. Ref.: RISM H2497.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.548.3 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Masses, H. XXII, 11, D minor.]
Messe à 4 voix avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, une flûte, 2 hautbois, 2 bassons, 2 cors, 3 trompettes, timbales et orgue: no. III composée par Joseph Haydn. Leipsic: Breitkopf et Härtel, [1803]. Ref.: RISM A/I/4, H 2499.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.563 PHI Titles on spine: Missa in Angustijs; Nelsonmesse.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Masses, H. XXII, 13, B flat major.]
Messe à 4 avec accompagnement de 2 violons, alto et basse, 2 hautbois, 2 clarinettes, 2 bassons, 2 cors, 2 trompettes, timbales et orgue: no. IV. 1st ed. Leipsic: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1804]. Ref.: RISM, H 2500.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.572.5 PHI Title on spine: Schopfungmesse [sic].
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Masses, H. XXII, 14, B flat major.]
Messe à 4 voix, avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, flûte, 2 hautbois, 2 clarinettes, 2 bassons, 2 cors, 2 trompettes, timpales et orgue. No. VI. 1st ed. Leipsic: Breitkopf et Härtel, [1808]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2502.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.592.5 PHI Title on spine: Harmoniemesse.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Masses, H. XXII, 5, C major.]
Messe: à 4 voix, avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, 2 hautbois, 2 bassons, 2 cors, 2 trompettes, timpales et orgue: no. V composée par Joseph Haydn. Leipsic: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1807?]. Title on cover: Oeuvres de J. Haydn Messe no. 5 en partition. Ref.: RISM, H 2501.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.581 PHI Title on spine of box: Missa Cellencis.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Masses, H. XXII, 9, C major.]
Messe à 4 voix avec accompagnement de 2 violons, viola et basse, une flûte, 2 hautbois, 2 clarinettes, 2 bassons, 2 cors, 2 trompettes, timbales et orgue: No. II. Leipsic: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1802]. Ref.: RISM, H 2498.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.560.5 PHI Titles on spine: Missa in tempore belli; Paukenmesse.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Musica instrumentale sopra le sette ultime parole del nostro Redentore in croce, orchestra; arr.]
Composizioni del Sigr. Giuseppe Haydn sopra le sette ultime parole del nostro Redentore in croce, consistenti in sette sonate con un introduzione ed al fine un teremoto: ridotte per il clavicembalo o forte piano: opera 49. Vienna: Artaria, [1787?]. PN: Artaria 117. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 4380.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.429 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Orlando paladino. Vocal score. German. Selections.]
Ouverture und Gesänge aus der komischen Oper Der Ritter Roland Musik von J. Haydn; im Klavierauszug vom Grossheim. Bonn: Simrock, [180-?]. Libretto by N. Porta, after Ariosto. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of Opera; RISM A/I, H 2568.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.613 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Quartets, strings. Selections.]
Oeuvres d' Haydn en partitions. Quatuors. Bibliotheque musicale. Paris: Chez Pleyel, auteur et editeur de musique, rue Neuve des Petits Champs no. 728. entre les rues de la Loi, et Helvetius, [1805?]. Gravés par Lobry. Engraved throughout. Each volume is given a "plate letter", beginning with "a" (op. 76, first volume) and continuing to vol. 10. In vols. 5, 7-10, the address in the imprint is changed to "No. 1286, vis-à-vis la Trésorerie nati[ona]le." This ed. containing the full scores of 30 quartets, is not to be confused with Pleyel's earlier 4-vol. ed. of the individual parts of 80 quartets. Ref.: RISM A/I/4, H 3357.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.283 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Schöpfung. English & German.]
Die Schoepfung: ein Oratorium in Musik gesetzt von Joseph Haydn = The creation: an oratorio composed by Joseph Haydn. 1st ed. Vienna: [s.n.], 1800. After Milton's Paradise Lost. First performed in 1798. Composed 1796-98. Ref.: RISM A/I/4, H 2521.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.503.3 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze. Italian & German.]
Die Worte des Erloesers am Kreuze. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [pref. 1801].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.530 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 41, C major.]
Haydn's Symph: V. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 5. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.55.55 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 85, 70 and 45.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 44, E minor.]
Haydn's Symph: X. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 10. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Also known as his Trauer-Symphonie, cf. Hoboken. PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 10. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.65.1 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 66, 57, 51.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 45, F# minor.]
Haydn's Symph: VIII. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 8. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Also known as Abschieds-Symphonie or the Farewell symphony. PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 8. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.55.55 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 41, 70, 85.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 51, B flat major.]
Haydn's Symph: XII. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score, 12. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.65.1 PHI Bound with his symphonies, H. I, 66, 44, 57.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 57, D major.]
Haydn's Symph: XI. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 11. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 11. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.65.1 PHI Bound with his symphonies, H. I, 66, 44, 51.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 66, B flat major.]
Haydn's Symph: IX. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 9. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.65.1 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 44, 57, 51.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 69, C major.]
Haydn's Symph: II. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies, in score; 2. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Also known as "Loudon." PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 2. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.87.5 PHI Bound with his symphonies, H. I, 91, 92, 83.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 70, D major.]
Haydn's Symph: VII. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 7. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.55.55 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 41, 45, 85.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 83, G minor.]
Haydn's Symph: IV. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 4. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Also known as "La Poule", cf. Hoboken. PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 4. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.87.5 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 91, 69, 92.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 85, B flat major.]
Haydn's Symph: VI. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 6. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Also known as "La reine." Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.55.55 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 41, 70, 45.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 91, E flat major.]
Haydn's Symph: I. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 1. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [180-?]. PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 1. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.87.5 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. 69, 92, 83.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies, H. I, 92, G major.]
Haydn's Symph: III. Compleat collection of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven's symphonies in score; 3. London: Cianchettini & Sperati, [1807?]. Also known as the Oxford Symphonie, cf. Hoboken. PN: Cianchettini & Sperati No. 3. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3042.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.87.5 PHI Bound with his symphonies H. I, 91, 69, 83.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Symphonies. Selections.]
OEuvres d'Haydn en partitions. Simphonies. Bibliotheque musicale. Paris: Pleyel, [1803?]. Gravés par Richomme. Ref.: RISM A/I/4, H 3246.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.43 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Te Deum, H. XXIIIc, 2, C major.]
Te Deum: à 4 voci coll'accompagnamento dell'orchestra composta da G. Haydn = Te Deum von J. Haydn; mit unterlegtem deutschen Texte von Prof. C.A.H. Clodius. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1802?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2517.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.524 PHI previously belonged to H.C. Robbins Landon.
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Trios, piano, strings H. XV, 27-29.]
Three sonatas for the piano-forte: with an accompaniment for the violin & violoncello: Op. LXXV. London: Longman & Broderip, [1797]. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 3749.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.376 PHI
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809.
[Vera costanze (Laurette).]
Laurette; opéra-comique en trois actes. Imité de l'italien par Mr. Bubuisson. Musique del Sig. J. Haydn. Paris: Sieber, [1791]. Libretto by Puttini, with alterations by P. Travaglia. PN: Sieber 1171. Ref.: RISM A/I, H 2563.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 693.2.680 PHI
Hayes, William, 1708-1777.
Remarks on Mr. Avison's Essay on musical expression; wherein the characters of several great masters, both ancient and modern, are rescued from the misrepresentations of the above author; and their real merit asserted and vindicated. In a letter from a gentleman in London to his friend in the country. London: Printed for J. Robinson, 1753. Ref.: RISM B/VI/1 p. 400.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 100.44.3.1 PHI

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Ier-IIIème recueil de pièces, petits airs, brunettes, menuets, &c.:
avec des doubles et variations, accomodé pour les flûtes travers, violons, pardessus de viole &c. par M. Blavet; le tout receulilli et mis en order par M***; gravé par Mme. Leclair Paris: Blavet, Bayart et Leclerc, [c1755]. Ref.: RISM BII, p. 332.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 630.10.383.13 PHI 3 v. in 1.
Indy, Vincent d', 1851-1931.
[Etranger. Vocal score.]
L'étranger; action musicale en deux actes. Op. 53. Poème et musique de Vincent D'Indy. Partition pour chant et piano réduite par l'auteur. Paris: Durand et Fils, 1902. PN: Durand et Fils D. & F. 5981.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 710.1.676 PHI
Indy, Vincent d', 1851-1931.
[Fervaal. Vocal score.]
Fervaal: action musicale en trois actes et un prologue poème et musique de Vincent d'Indy; partition chant et piano réduite par l'auteur. Paris: Durand, c1895. PN: Durand D.&F. 4966.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 710.1.666 PHI Inscribed by the composer.

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Janáček, Leoš, 1854-1928.
[Jenůfa. Vocal score.]
Její pastorkyňa: opera o třech jednáních Leoš Janáček dle dramatu z venkovského života moravshého od Gabriely Preissové; klavírní výtah se zpěvy. V Brně: Nákladem klubu přátel umění, v komissi nakladatelstvé Moj. Urbánka, V Praze, c1908.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 718.7.605.5 PHI
Janáček, Leoš, 1854-1928.
[Káta Kabanová. Vocal score. German & Czech.]
Kát 'a Kabanová: opera o 3 jednáních podle A.N. Ostrovského Bouře, v prěkladu Vinc. Cervinky: klavírní výtah se zpěvy upravil Břestislav Bakala = Katja Kabanowa: Oper in 3 Akten nach A.N. Ostrowskijs Gewitter, in der Ubersetzung von Vinc. Cervinka; Klavierauszug mit Text von [Břetislav Bakala]; Ins Deutsch übertragen von Max Brod. Wien: Universal, [c1922]. PN: Universal U.E. 7103.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 718.7.647 PHI
Janáček, Leoš, 1854-1928.
[Věc Makropulos. Vocal score. German & Czech.]
Věc Makropulos = Die Sache Makropulos / Leoš Janáček; opera dle K. Čapkovy komedie; klavírní výteh sdělal Ludvík Kundera; für die Deutsche Bühne übersetzt und bearbeitet von Max Brod. Wien: Universal-Edition, c1926. Libretto by the composer. PN: Universal Edition U.E.8656.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 718.7.609 PHI

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Lalo, Edouard, 1823-1892.
[Roi d'Ys. Vocal score.]
Le roi d'Ys: légende Bretonne: opéra en 3 actes & 5 tableaux poème de Èdouard Blau; musique de Ed. Lalo. Paris: G. Hartmann & Cie., [188-?] PN: G. H. & Cie. 1745.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 734.3.616 PHI 2 cop.; B is inscribed by the composer.
Lebensbilder aus Oesterreich:
ein Denkbuch vaterländischer Erinnerungen unter Mitwirkung sinnverwandter Schriftsteller und Kunstler zum Besten der bei dem verheerenden Brande vom 3. Mai 1842 verunglückten Familien von Steyr hrsg. Von Andreas Schumacher. Wien: Tauer, 1843. Contains: Wiedersehn / Gedicht von Friedrich Schlegel ; Musik von Franz Schubert. Deutsch attributes the poem to Wilhelm August Schlegel.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 188.8 PHI
Leoncavallo, Ruggiero, 1858-1919.
[Pagliacci. Vocal score.]
Pagliacci: dramma in due atti parole e musica di R. Leoncavallo; riduzione per canto e pianoforte. Milan: Sonzogno, c1892. PN: Sonzogno E 654 S.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 735.4.645 PHI
Liszt, Franz, 1811-1886.
Sey mir gegrüsst: Lied von Fr. Schubert. Lieder von Fr. Schubert / für das Piano-Forte übertragen von Fr. Liszt; No. 1. Wien: A.Diabelli, [1838]. PN: A. Diabelli D. et C. No. 6531.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 737.1.455 PHI bound with several other Liszt transcriptions of Schubert songs.
Lully, Jean Baptiste, 1632-1687.
[Armide.]
Armide: tragedie mise en musique par Monsieur de Lully. Paris: C. Ballard, 1686. Libretto by P. Quinault. Ref.: RISM A/I, L 2954.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 740.1.666.1 PHI

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Mahaut, Antoine.
Ier recueil de pieces francoises et italienes, petits airs, brunettes, menuets &c.: avec des doubles, et variations accomodés pour deux flutes traversieres, violons, pardessus de viole &c. par Mr. Mahaut; le tout recueilli et mis en ordre par M***. Paris: Chez M. Leclerc, M. Bayard, Mlle. Castagnery, [1757]. Includes index.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 365.2.71 PHI bound with his Nouvelle methode pour aprendre [etc.], 1759.
Mahaut, Antoine.
[Nieuwe manier om binnen korten tijd op de dwarsflut te leeren speelen. French.]
Nouvelle methode pour apprendre en peu de tems a joüer de la flute traversiere: à l'usage des commencans et des personnes plus avancees; suivie de, Petits airs, menuets, brunettes, &c: accomodés pour deux flûtes, violons et pardessus de viole, IIe. recueil par M. Mahaut. Paris: Chez M. de Lachevardiere, successeur de M. Leclerc, et aux adresses ordinaires de musique; A Lyon: M. les Freres Legoux, [1759]. The pieces primarily in score. Includes index. Ref.: RISM A/I/5, M 164.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 365.2.71 PHI bound with his Ier recueil de pieces francoises et italienes, petits airs, [etc.], [1757?].
Mancini, Giambattista, 1714-1800.
Riflessioni pratiche sul canto figurato. Riv., corr., ed aumentate. 3. ed. Milano: G. Galeazzi, 1777. 1st ed. has title: Pensieri e riflessioni pratiche sul canto figurato.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 391.150 PHI
Manfredini, Vincenzo, 1737-1799.
Regole armoniche, o sieno precetti ragionati per apprendere i principj della musica, il portamento della mano, e l'accompagnamento del basso sopra gli strumenti da tasto, come l'organo, il cembalo ec. Dedicate a Sua Altezza Imperiale Paul Petrovicz...da Vincenzo Manfredini. 1st ed. Venezia: Appresso G. Zerletti, 1775. Title vignette.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 312.14 PHI
Marcello, Benedetto, 1686-1739.
Il teatro alla moda, o sia, Metodo sicuro, e facile per ben comporre, ed eseguire l'opere italiane in musica all'uso moderno: nel quale si danno avvertimenti utile ... Probable 2nd ed. [Venezia: Aldiviva Licante, ca. 1733].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 255.14.9 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Ariane. Vocal score.]
Ariane; opéra en cinq actes. Poème de Catulle Mendés. Paris: Heugel, c1906. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique. PN: Heugel H. & Cie. 22,179.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.691 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Bacchus. Vocal score.]
Bacchus: opéra en quatre actes et sept tableaux poème de Catulle Mendès; musique de J. Massenet; partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, c1909. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique. PN: Heugel H. & Cie. 23,652.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.605 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Cendrillon. Vocal score.]
Cendrillon. conte de fées en 4 actes et 6 tableaux d'après Parrault, par H. Cain. Partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, c1899. PN: Heugel H. et Cie.18.421.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.706 PHI 1st issue (366 p.), inscribed by the composer, 1899.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Chérubin. Vocal score.]
Cherubin; comédie chantée en trois actes. Poème de F. de Croisset & Henri Cain. Partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, c1905. PN: Heugel H.& Cie.21.746.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.618 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Cid. Vocal score.]
Le Cid: opéra en quatre actes & dix tableaux de Ad. D'Ennery, L. Gallet et Ed. Blau; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: Hartmann G.H. 1571, [1885?]. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique. PN: Hartmann G.H. 1571.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.661 PHI Inscribed by the composer, with musical quotation. B copy also inscribed by Massenet.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Cid. Vocal score.]
Le Cid: opéra en quatre actes & dix tableaux de M.M. Ad. D'Ennery, L. Gallet et Ed. Blau; musique de J. Massenet; partition chant & piano. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1885?]. At head of title: Académie Nationale de Musique. The cast of the premiere, Nov. 30, 1885, listed in preliminary pages. "Exemplaire réservé à Monsieur le docteur Joseph Michel"--P.
preceding added t.p. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 1571.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.663 PHI No. 31 of the "exemplaire reserve"; inscribed by the composer to Joseph Michel.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Don César de Bazan. Vocal score.]
Don César de Bazan; opéra-comique en 4 actes de A. d'Ennery & J. Chantepie. Partition pour chant & piano réduite par A. Bazille. Nouv. éd. Paris: G. Hartmann, 1888. PN: G. Hartmann G.H.845.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.635 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Don Quichotte. Vocal score.]
Don Quichotte: comédie heroïque en cinq actes poème de Henri Cain, d'après Le Lorrain; musique de J. Massenet; [partition chant et piano]. Édition du Ménestrel. Paris: Heugel, c1910. PN: Heugel H. & Cie. 24,332.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.626 PHI B copy has "Partition chant et piano reduction de Mlle Alice Pelliot."
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Esclarmonde. Vocal score.]
Esclarmonde: opéra romanesque poème de MM. Alfred Blau et louis de Gramont; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1889?]. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. et Cie. 1921.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.616 PHI Inscribed by the composer, 1889; B copy not inscribed.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Grand 'tante. Vocal score.]
La grand 'tante: opéra-comique en un acte paroles de Jules Adenis & Ch. Granvallet; musique de J. Massenet; réduction au piano par M. Soumis. Paris: E. et A. Girod, [1867?]. At head of title: Théatre Impérial de l'Opéra-Comique. PN: E. et A. Girod E. et A. G. 5130.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.637 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Grisélidis. Vocal score.]
Grisélidis; conte lyrique en 3 actes, avec un prologue. Poème de Armand Silvestre et Eugène Morand (d'après le mystère représenté à la Comédie=française). Partition piano et chant. Paris: Heugel, c1901. At head of title: Theâtre National de L'opéra-comique.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.699 PHI 2 cop.; A copy has pictures of stage settings tipped in at p. 1 and 71; ms. annotations throughout.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Hérodiade. Vocal score.]
Hérodiade: opéra en 3 actes & 5 tableaux de P. Milliet, H. Grémont [pseud. et] A. Zanardini; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1881?]. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 1190.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.667 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Hérodiade.´ Vocal score.]
Hérodiade: opéra en 3 actes & 5 tableaux de P. Milliet, H. Grémont, A Zanardini; musique de J. Massent; partition pour chant & piano. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1881]. 2nd version. Subtitle in caption: Opéra en trois actes et six tableaux. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 1190.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.667.5 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Hérodiade. Vocal score.]
Hérodiade: opéra en 4 actes & 7 tableaux de MM. P. Milliet, H. Grémont [pseud. et] A. Zanardini; musique de J. Massenet; partition pour chant & piano. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1884?]. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 1190.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.667.3 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Jongleur de Notre-Dame. Vocal score.]
Le jongleur de Notre-Dame, miracle en 3 actes; poème de Maurice Léna, musique de J. Massenet. Paris: Heugel, [c1902]. PN: Heugel H. et Cie 20.419.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.682 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Mage. Vocal score.]
Le mage: opéra en 5 actes & 6 tableaux musique de J. Massenet; poème de Jean Richepin; partition pour chant et piano. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1891?]. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. et cie. 2121.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.696 PHI signed by the composer, March, 1891.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Manon. Vocal score.]
Manon: opéra comique en 5 actes et 6 tableaux de Mm. Henri Meilhac & Philippe Gille; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1884?]. Based on the novel by abbé Provost. Ornamental borders, in green, on each p. of score; other illustrations (some color) throughout. Engraved plates by P. Avril. "Il n'a été tiré que cinquante exemplaires"-p. [4]. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.673.9 PHI Lacks t.p. and frontispiece; on leaf preceding dedication p. is tipped in postcard picture of a cat on which Massenet has written a bar of music "Mia-ou, Paques 1907"; also, cast page is signed by 6 notable singers, most in 1919.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Manon. Vocal score.]
Manon: opéra comique en 3 [sic] actes et 6 tableaux de Henri Meilhac & Philippe Gille; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1884]. 1st version, 1st issue with P. Avril's etching. Includes the cast of the premiere performance on 17 Jan. 1884. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 1356.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.673.3 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Manon. Vocal score.]
Manon: opéra comique en 5 actes et 6 tableaux de Henri Meilhac & Philippe Gille; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1894?]. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 1356; G.H. 1386.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.673.5 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Manon. Vocal score.]
Manon: opéra-comique en [cinq] actes et 6 tableaux [de Henri Meilhac & Philippe Gille; musique de J. Massenet]. Paris: G. Hartmann, 1894?]. Caption title. Proof copy; lacks t.p. PN: Hartmann G.H. 1386.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.673.7 PHI Contains numerous ms. annotations throughout, including metronome markings; ms. music tipped in between p. 248-249, in Massenet's own hand.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Manon. Vocal score.]
Manon; opéra comique en 5 actes et 6 tableaux de H. Meilhac & P. Gille. Nouvelle ed. Paris: Heugel, 1895. Annexe [8 p.] at end. Based on the novel by the abbé Prévost. PN: Heugel H. et Cie 7067.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.673 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Marie-Magdeleine. Vocal score.]
Marie-Magdeleine: drame sacré en 3 actes & 4 parties de Louis Gallet; musique de J. Massenet. [1st ed.]. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1873?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.506 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Marie-Magdeleine. Vocal score.]
Marie-Magdeleine: drame sacré en 3 actes & 4 parties de Louis Gallet; musique de J. Massenet. Nouvelle édition. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1888]. Casts for performances in 1873 and 1874 at the Odém, in 1874 at the Opéra-Comique, and in 1887 at the concerts du Châtelet are listed in the preliminaries. PN: G. Hartmann G. H. 644.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.506.5 PHI Inscribed by the composer, 1888.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Navarraise. Vocal score. English & French.]
La Navarraise: épisode lyrique en 2 actes poème de Jules Claretie & Henri Cain; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: Heugel, c1894. PN: Heugel H. et Cie.7940.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.672 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Portrait de Manon. Vocal score.]
Le portrait de Manon; opéra-comique en un acte de Georges Boyer. 1st ed. Paris: Heugel, [c1894]. PN: Heugel H.et Cie.7823.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.645 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Roi de Lahore. Vocal score.]
Le roi de Lahore; opéra en 5 actes de Louis Gallet. Partition chant et piano. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1877?]. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 910.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.632 PHI 2 cop. A copy has original covers bound in; inscribed by the composer and librettist.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Roi de Lahore. Vocal score.]
Le roi de Lahore: opéra en 5 actes de Louis Gallet; [musique de] J. Massenet; partition chant et piano. Nouv. éd. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1878?]. 2nd version. At head of title: Académie Nationale de Musique. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 910.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.632.3 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Roi de Lahore. Vocal score.]
Le roi de Lahore: opéra en 5 actes de Louis Gallet; [musique de] J. Massenet; partition chant et piano. Nouvelle édition. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1883?]. PN: G. Hartmann G.H. 910.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.632.5 PHI Inscribed by Massenet, 12 April, 1882. 3rd ed.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Roi de Lahore. Vocal score.]
Le roi de Lahore. Opéra en 5 actes de L. Gallet; [musique de] J. Massenet. Nouvelle édition. Paris: Hartmann, [1891?]. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.631 PHI Inscribed by the composer, 1891. 4th ed.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Roma. Vocal score.]
Roma: opéra tragique en cinq actes de Henri Cain; d'après Rome vaincue d'Alexandre Parodi; partition piano et chant. Paris: Heugel, [c1912]. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique & l'opéra de Monte-Carlo. PN: Heugel H.& Cie.24506.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14..647 PHI 2 cop.; A copy inscribed by the composer.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Sapho. Vocal score.]
Sapho: pièce lyrique en cinq actes d'après le roman de Alphonse Daudet paroles de Henri Cain et Bernède; musique de J. Massenet. Paris: Heugel, c1897. PN: Heugel H.et Cie. 18,648.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.703 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Sapho. Vocal score.]
Sapho: pièce lyrique en cinq actes d'après le roman de Alphonse Daudet; paroles de Henri Cain et Bernède; partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, c1897. PN: Heugel H.et Cie. 18,648.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.703.5 PHI
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Thaïs. Vocal score.]
Thaïs: comédie lyrique en 3 actes et 7 tableaux poème de Louis Gallet d'après le roman d'Anatole France; musique de J. Massenet; partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, c1894. Cast and production crew of the premiere listed in preliminaries. PN: Heugel H. et Cie. 7644.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.651.3 PHI Inscribed by the composer, with musical quotation, Aug. 1894.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Thérèse. Vocal score.]
Thérèse: drame musical en deux actes de Jules Claretie; musique de J. Massenet; partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, c1907. At head of title: 1792-1793. PN: Heugel H.&Cie. 22,792.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.656 PHI 1st ed., earliest issue. Orig. wrappers bound in. Signed musical quotation and inscription by Massenet and Claretie.
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Vierge. Vocal score.]
La Vierge: légende sacrée en quatre scènes de Ch. Grandmougin musique de J. Massenet. Paris: G. Hartmann, [1880]. "Ecécutée à l'Académie nationale de musique le 22 mai 1880." PN: G. Hartmann G. H. 1093.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.502 PHI Inscribed and with musical quotation by Massenet (to Leo Delibes).
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.
[Werther. Vocal score.]
Werther, drame lyrique en quatre actes et cinq tableaux d'après Goethe. Poème de E. Blau, P. milliet, et G. Hartmann. Paris: Heugel, c1892. PN: Heugel G.H. et Cie.7176.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 742.14.640 PHI Inscribed by the composer, 1891-1892.
Metastasio, Pietro, 1698-1782.
[Works. 1822.]
Opere di Pietro Metastasio. Biblioteca scelta di opere Italiane antiche e moderne; v. 119. Milano: Giovanni Silvestri, 1822.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.69.3 PHI 4 v.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Africaine. Libretto. English.]
L'Africaine: an opera in five acts by Eugène Scribe; the music by Giacomo Meyerbeer; translated into English by Charles Lamb Kenney. London: Published and sold by Chappell; [and by] Boosey, [1865?]. Synopsis, p. [5].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in vol. 1 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Crociato in Egitto. Vocal score.]
Il crociato in Egitto: grand opera del Sigr. Mo. Giacomo Meyerbeer; riduzione completa per canto con accompto. di. forte piano del Sigr. Mo. Luigi Truzzi. 1st ed. Milan: Ricordi, [1824-1825?]. Libretto by G. Rossi. PN: Ricordi 2046/2138.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 743.3.650.5 PHI
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Crociato in Egitto. Vocal score.]
Il crociato in Egitto: opera seria in due atti composta di G. Meyerbeer; ridotta per il cembalo. Nuova edizione. Paris: M. Schlesinger, [1825?]. M. Schlesinger M. S. 404; M. S. 204.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 743.3.656 PHI
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Etoile du nord. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La stella del nord = L'étoile du nord: a lyric play in three acts the music by G. Meyerbeer; the libretto adapted to the Italian stage, and translated from the French of E. Scribe, by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [1855?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 2 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Huguenots. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Gli Ugonotti. Les Huguenots; a grand opera in four acts. The libretto edited and translated by M. Maggioni. As represented at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden. [London]: J. Miles, [1862]. Libretto by E. Scribe and E. Deschamps. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of Opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in vol. 1 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Huguenots. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Gli Ugonotti = Les Huguenots: a grand opera in four acts the music by G. Meyerbeer. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [1862?]. Libretto by Scribe and Deschamps; Italian translation by M. Maggioni.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 2 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Huguenots. Vocal score.]
Les Huguenots: opera en 5 actes paroles de m. Eugène Scribe [et Émile Deschamps]; musique de Giacomo Meyerbeer; partition de piano arrangé par Ch. Schwencke. Collection des chefs-d'oeuvre lyriques modernes des écoles francaise, italienne & allemande; 5me sér., 7me livr. 1st ed. Paris: M. Schlesinger, [1836]. Series from cover. Title page vignette. PN: M. Schlesinger M.S.2136.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 743.3.620.5 PHI
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Pardon de Ploërmel. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Dinorah, the pardon of Ploërmel: an opera in three acts by Michel Carré and Jules Barbier; the music by Meyerbeer; translated and adapted from the French, by Thomas J. Williams. [London]: J. Miles, [187-?]. Added t.p. title: Pellegrinaggio di Ploërmel. Additional title page in Italian. The Italian version translated from the French by M. De Lauzieres.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in vol. 1 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Prophète. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Le prophète: a lyric drama in four acts the music by G. Meyerbeer; the libretto translated from the French of E. Scribe by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [1849?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in vol. 2 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Prophète. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Le prophète: a lyric drama in four acts the music by G. Meyerbeer; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: J. Miles, [186-?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in vol. 1 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Prophète. Vocal score.]
Le prophète; opéra en cinq actes. Paroles de M. E. Scribe. Arrangée par Garaudé. Paris: Brandus, 1849.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 743.3.661.5 PHI
Meyerbeer, Giacomo,1791-1864.
[Prophète. Vocal score.]
Le prophète: opéra en 5 actes paroles de M. E. Scribe; musique de G. Meyerbeer; partition pour piano et chant arrangée par Garaudé. Paris: Brandus et Cie, [1849?]. "Ouverture arrangée à 4 mains par C.V. Alkan"-p. 2. Portrait by Ch. Vogt and illustrated t.p. by Ch. Bour dated 1849. PN: Brandus et Cie. B. et Cie. 5191; B. et Cie. 5103-B. et Cie. 5109.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 743.3.661.7 PHI
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Robert le diable. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Roberto il diavolo = Robert the devil: a grand serious opera in four acts the words by Scribe and Delavigne; the music by Meyerbeer. Authorized edition. London: printed by G. Stuart, [1855?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in vol. 2 of 6.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864.
[Robert le Diable. Vocal score.]
Robert le Diable: opéra en 5 actes paroles de MM. E. Scribe & G. Delavigne; musique de Giacomo Meyerbeer; partition de piano, arrangée par J.P. Pixis. 1st ed. Paris: M. Schlesinger, [1831]. Title page vignette. Imprint date from O.E. Deutsch, Musikverlags Nummern (Berlin: Verlag Merseburger, 1961), p. 22. PN: M. Schlesinger M.S. 1157.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 743.3.601.5 PHI
Motteux, Peter, ed.
The Gentleman's journal, or, The monthly miscellany. Jan. 1692 - Oct. & Nov. 1694. London: R. Baldwin, 1692-1694. Monthly. "Consisting of news, history, philosophy, poetry, musick, translations, &c." Jan. 1692 - Oct. & Nov. 1694 called also: Vol. 1-3. Imprint varies. Subtitle varies. Ref.: National Union Catalog.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 7.1 PHI August 1692, includes song by Henry Purcell, "Ah me! to many deaths decreed."
Mozart, Leopold, 1719-1787.
Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule, entworfen und mit 4. Kupfertafeln sammt einer Tabelle. 1st ed. Augsburg: J. J. Lotter, 1756. Ref.: RISM B/VI/2 p. 600.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 358.25.1 PHI fine untrimmed copy.
Mozart, Leopold, 1719-1787.
[Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule.]
Leopold Mozarts Gründliche Violinschule, mit vier Kupfertafeln und einer Tabelle. 2. verm. Aufl. Augsburg: Gedruckt bey J. J. Lotter, 1770. First published under title: Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule. Ref.: RISM B/VI/2 p. 601.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 358.25.3 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
Ave verum corpus: komponirt in Baaden den 18ten Junius 1791: Partitur und Klavierauszug von W. A. Mozart. Offenbach: André, [1808]. PN: André 2478. Ref.: Köchel 618; Haberkamp, vol. I, p. 426; RISM A/I, M 4135.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.581 PHI possibly a later ed. (1830?) (cannot verify).
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Così fan tutte. German & Italian.]
Così fan tutte: dramma giacosa in due atti con musica di W.A. Mozart = Weibertreue, oder, Die Mädchen sind von Flandern: komische Oper in zwey Aufzügen von W.A. Mozart. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1810]. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 1363.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.661.5 PHI Label on t.p.: Imported and sold by Chappell and Co., 124, New Bond Street, London.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Così fan tutte. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Cosi fan tutte = So all women do: a comic opera in two acts the music by Mozart. Authorized edition. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [184-?]. Libretto by Da Ponte.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Così fan tutte. Vocal score. German & Italian.]
Così fan tutte, o sia, La scuola degli amanti: per il cembalo dal Sign. Volfgango Amadeo Mozart = Weibertreue, oder, Die Mädchen sind Amadeus Mozart; im Klavierauszuge von Siegfried Schmiedt. 1st ed. Leipzig: Breitkopf, [1794]. Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. Ref: Haberkamp, vol. 1, p. 333-34; RISM A/I, M 4699.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.657.12 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Don Giovanni. German & Italian.]
Don Juan; oder, Der steinerne Gast; komische Oper in zwey Aufzügen in Musik gesezt [sic] von W. A. Mozart; mit unterlegtem deutschen Texte nebst sämmtlichen von dem Komponisten später eingelegten Stücken, Impartitur. His Oeuvres. No. 2 des Partitions. 1st ed. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1801]. Vol. 1 has added t.p. in Italian: Il dissoluto punito, osia, Il Don Giovanni, dramma giocoso in due Atti, posto in musica di Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In partitura, presso Breitkopf e Härtel in Lipsia. Engraved vignette on Italian t.p. by Fr. Bolt after Kinninger. Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte. Ref.: Haberkamp, vol. 1, p. 295-8; RISM A/I, M 4502.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.655 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Don Giovanni. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il Don Giovanni: a lyric comedy in two acts the music by Mozart; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. London: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by Brettell; to be had at The Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, 1850. Original libretto by Da Ponte.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Don Giovanni. Vocal score. German & Italian.]
Il dissoluto punito, o sia, Il D. Giovanni: drama giocoso la musica del signore Wolffgango Mozard; messa per il piano forte del Carlo Zulehner. 1st ed. Magonza: B. Schott, [1791]. Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. This edition lacking three arias. Ref.: Haberkamp, vol. 1, p. 292-95; RISM A/I, M 4504.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.655.15 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Entführung aus dem Serail. French & German.]
Die Entführung aus dem Serail: Oper in drey Akten. L'enlevement du serail; opéra en trois acten. 1st ed. Bonn: N. Simrock, [c1812]. Libretto by C. F. Bretzner. PN: N. Simrock 949.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.626 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Fantasien, piano, K. 475, C minor.]
Fantaisie et sonate pour le forte piano: op. XI composées par W. A. Mozart. 1st English ed. London: Longman and Broderip, no. 26 Cheapside and no. 13 Hay Market, [1790?]. Ref.: RISM A/I, M 6825.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.416.4 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Finta giardiniera. Vocal score. German.]
Die Gaertnerin aus Liebe: Oper in drei Aufzügen. In vollständigem Clavierauszug mit deutschem Texte, und zugleich für das Piano-forte allein. Wohlfeile Ausgabe von W.A. Mozart's sämmtlichen Opern; 6te Lieferung. Mannheim: K.F. Heckel, [1829]. Libretto by R. Calzabigi. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of Opera, 2nd ed. (Genève: Societas Bibliographica, 1955).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.689 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Idomeneo.]
Idomeneo, rè di Creta; o sia Ilia e Idamante. Dramma eroico in tre atti. Bonn: Simrock, [1805]. Libretto by G.B. Varesco, based on Danchet's French libretto of the same title. PN: Simrock 444. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of Opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.664.15 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Idomeneo. Vocal score.]
Idomeneo, rè di Creta; opera seria in 3 atti, Agguystato per il piano forte di G. Wenzel. Leipzig: Schmidt und Rau, [1797?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.664 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Kyrie, K. 341, D minor.]
Kyrie von W. A. Mozart. Partitur mit beygefügtem Klavierauszuge. Nach dem hinterlassenen original Manuscript herausgegeben. 1st ed. Offenbach: J. André, [ca. 1825]. PN: J. André 4851. Ref.: Haberkamp, vol. I, p. 426; RISM A/I, M 4048.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.584.5 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Masses, K. 317, C major. German & Latin.]
Messe à 4 voix: avec accompagnement de 2 violons et basse, 2 hautbois, 2 trompettes, timbales et orgue: no. 1 composée par W.A. Mozart. Oeuvres de Mozart. 1st ed. Leipsic: Breitkopf et Härtel, [1802]. Printed from type. Ref.: Haberkamp, vol. I, p. 130-31.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.507.5 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Nozze di Figaro. French & Italian.]
Le nozze di Figaro, dramma giocoso in quattro atti. 1st ed. in full score. Paris: Au Magasin de Musique, [1810?]. Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. PN: Au Magasin de Musique 366; Au Magasin de Musique 566.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.634 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Nozze di Figaro. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Le nozze di Figaro: a lyric comedy in two acts the music by Mozart; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Published and sold at The Royal Italian Opera, [1848?] ([London]: T. Brettell). Original libretto by Da Ponte.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. 1756-1791.
[Requiem, K. 626, D minor.]
W.A. Mozarti Missa pro defunctis, Requiem = W.A. Mozarts Requiem. Neue nach Mozart's und Süssmayr's Handschriften berichtige Ausg. / nebst einem Vorbericht von Anton André. Offenbach: J. Andre, [1827]. Verbericht dated 31 December, 1826. PN: J. André 5018. Ref.: RISM AI, M4061.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.552 PHI in box with his "Dies irae," "Tuba mirum," etc., 1829.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Requiem, K. 626, D minor. Selections.]
Partitur des Dies irae, Tuba mirum, Rex tremendae, Recordare, Confutatis, Lacrymosa, Domine Jesu und Hostias von W.A. Mozart's Requiem so wie solche Mozart eigenhändig geschrieben, und Abbé Stadler in genauer Übereinstimmung mit dem Mozart'schen Original, copirt hat. Nebst Vorbericht und Anhang herausgegeben von A. André. Offenbach: Johann André, [1829]. Without Süssmayr's completion of the Requiem. PN: Johann André 5246. Ref.: RISM A/I, M 4062.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.552 PHI in box with his Missa pro defunctis, Requiem, 1827.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Requiem, K. 626, D minor (Süssmayr). German & Latin.]
W. A. Mozarti Missa pro defunctis, Requiem = W. A. Mozarts Seelenmesse: mit untergelegtem deutschem Texte. OEuvres de Mozart. 1st ed. of the full score. In Leipzig: Im Verlage der Breitkopf & Härtelschen Musikhandlung, [1800]. Cover title: Oeuvres de Mozart. Messe de Requiem. No. I des partitions en 2 cahiers. Illustrated half title, engraved by A.W. Böhm, after V.G. Kininger. The end page holds a German translation of the Latin text by Christian August Heinrich Clodius, and on the verso "Der Tag des Gerichts", Parodie des Requiem by Johann Adam Hiller. Typeset throughout. Dedication leaf: Seiner Churfürstlichen Durchlaucht von Sachsen [Friedrich August III], dem Kenner und Beschützer religioser Tonkunst, unserm gnädigsten Herrn unterthänigst gewiedmet von den Herausgebern Breitkopf & Härtel. Ref: Haberkamp, vol. 1, p. 385-88; RISM A/I, M 4050/51.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.556.20 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Songs. Selections.]
Zwey deutsche Arien zum singen beym Clavier. Iter-IIter Theil in Musick gesetzt von Herrn Kapellmeister W. A. Mozart. 1st ed. Wien: Artaria, [1789]. Vignette of love birds of t.p. PN: Artaria 240; Artaria 270. Ref.: RISM A/I, M 5382.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.707.5 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Symphonies. Selections.]
A complete collection of Mozart and Beethoven's symphonies in score. [Nos. 13-18.]. London: Lavenu, [1790?]. PN: Lavenu No.13.-No.18.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.51 PHI Bound with Beethoven symphonies no. 1-3; pl. nos. 25-27.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Vocal music. Vocal score. German & Italian. Selections.]
Zwölf Konzert Arien = Twelve concert arias von W.A. Mozart; Klavierauszug. Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, [1804?]. Title from captions: No. 1-12 der Mozartschen Arien. Each piece has caption title. PN: Breitkopf und Härtel 1-3.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.711 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zaide. Vocal score.]
Zaïde: Oper in zwei Acten; deutscher Text von W.A. Mozart; Klavierauszug. Offenbach: J. André, [1838?]. Text by J.A. Schachtner, rewritten by K. Gollmick. "Overtura" (here arranged for two pianos) and Finale supplied by Anton André. PN: J. André 5351.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.699 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zaide. Vocal score.]
Zaïde: Oper in zwei Acten von W.A. Mozart. Offenbach: J. André, [1838]. Libretto printed separately as text in prelim. Pages. Text by J.A. Schachtner, rewritten by C. Gollmick. Vorbericht by Anton André and Carl Gollmick, dated 1838. PN: J. André 6256.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.701 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Ach, ich fühl's, es ist verschwunden. Vocal score. Italian German.]
Aria, Ach ich fühls es ist verschwunden: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi. [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi Q.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Duetto, Beÿ Männern, welche Liebe fühlen: für das Clavier: aus der Oper Die Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi E.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Bewahret euch vor Weibertücken. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Duetto, Bewahret euch für Weiber Tücke: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi L.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Das klinget so herrlich. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Glockenspiel und Coro, dann Duetto zwischen Pamina und Papagena: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von. W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: J. Cappi H.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Dies Bildniss ist bezaubernd schön. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Aria: Diess Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön: für das Klavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: Jean Cappi, [1802?]. Title from caption. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: Jean Cappi B.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form a vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Du feines Täubchen, nur herein! Vocal score.]
Terzetto, Du feines Täubchen, nur herein: für das Klavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; Nro. 102. 1st ed. Wien: Artaria, [1791]. Engraved throughout. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: Artaria 102. Ref.: Haberkamp, vol. I, p. 369 (No. 7, 3. Abzug); RISM A/I, M 4844.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. French; arr.]
Les mistères d'Isis. Opéra en quatre actes représenté à Paris au thèatre des Arts. Paroles de E. Morel. Arrangé et Mis en Scène par Lachnith. Musique de W.A. Mozart. Dédié A Son A.S. Monseigneur Maximillien Josephe Electeur Palatin de Bavière [K. 620]. Paris: Chez Sieber père, [1803-1805?]. First French version of the Magic Flute. Full score; engraved throughout. Title signed at foot by Sieber. "Especially interesting as a typical example of the musical travesties appearing at this time, it was condemned by Fétis as a 'monstrous compilation' (and later by Berlioz), Lachnith put Mozart's Finale at the beginning, omitted all comic music and the magic flute, etc. First performed at the Opéra on 23rd April, 1801, it ran for 49 nights and was nicknamed 'Les misères d'Ici', while Lachnith was called 'le dérangeur'." PN: Chez Sieber Père 1666.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.666.3 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Hölle Rache. Vocal score.]
Aria, Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen: für das Clavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; Nro. 108. Wien: Bey Artaria Comp., [between 1791 and 1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria Comp. 108. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 192, no. 13.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Ich Narr vergass der Zauberdinge! Vocal score.]
Aria, Klinget Glockchen klinget: für das Clavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; nro. 115. Wien: Bey Artaria Comp., [between 1791 and 1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria Comp. 115. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 192, no. 22.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. In diesen heil'gen Hallen. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Aria, In diesen heil'gen: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. PN: J. Cappi O.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Italian & German.]
Il flauto magico: dramma per musica = Die Zauberfloete: grosse Oper in zwey Ackten dal Signor W.A. Mozart. Bonn: Simrock, [1814?]. 1st ed. of full score. Libretto by E. Schikaneder. PN: Simrock 1092. Ref.: Köchel; Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.665.5 PHI
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il flauto magico: a grand romantic opera in two acts the music by Mozart; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. London: Printed, published and sold by T. Brettell, [184-?]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 3 of 6.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Mädchen oder Weibchen. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Aria, Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi T.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Marsch der Priester; arr.]
Marsch aus der Oper Die Zauberflöte: für das Pianoforte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. PN: J. Cappi J.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. O Isis und Osiris (Aria and chorus). Vocal score.]
Aria, O Isis und Osiris: für das Clavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; no. 116. Wien: Bey Artaria Comp., [between 1791 and 1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria Comp. 116. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 192, no. 10.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. O Isis und Osiris (Aria and chorus). Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Aria, O Isis und Osiris: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi K.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Ouverture; arr.]
Ouverture für das Clavier aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802]. Imprint date from Weinmann, Verlagsverzeichnis Giovanni Cappi bis A. O. Witzendorf (Wein: Universal Edition, 1967), p. 51.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other separate numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form a complete vocal score, 1791-1803.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Pa- pa- pa- pa Papagena! Vocal score.]
Duetto, Pa- pa- pa- pa- pa- pa- Papagena!: für das Clavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; nro. 112. Wien: Bey Artaria Comp., [between 1791 and 1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria Comp. 112. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 192, no. 23.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1797-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Papagena! Papagena! Papagena! Weibchen, Täubchen, meine Schöhne! Vocal score.]
Aria, Papagena! Weibchen! Täubchen! Meine Schöne!: für das Clavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; Nro. 111. Wien: Bey Artaria Comp., [between 1791 and 1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria Comp. 111. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 192, no. 21.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Seid uns zum zweiten Mal willkomen. Vocal score.]
Aria, Seit uns zum zweiten Mahl wilkomen: für das Klavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; nro. 96. Wien: Bey Artaria Comp., [between 1791 and 1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria Comp. 96. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 192, no. 15.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Soll ich dich Teurer nicht mehr sehen? Vocal score.]
Terzetto, Soll ich dich Theurer nicht mehr sehen: für das Klavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von Herrn Mozart. Samlung von Arien; nro. 104. 1st ed. Wien: Artaria, [1791]. Engraved throughout. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: Artaria 104. Ref.: Haberkamp, vol. I, p. 364 (no. 27); RISM A/I, M 4868.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Tamino mein! O welch ein Glück! Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Duetto, Tamino mein! O welch ein Glück!: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi U.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Vocal score.]
Die Zauberflöte: in Clavierauszug von Herrn W.A. Mozart. 114/145 in dem musikalischen Magazin. [1791-1793]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. First published individually; subsequently published with other excerpts to comprise the first complete edition of the opera. PN: In dem musikalischen Magazin 114/145. Ref.: Hirsch, IV: 184, no. 21, 1.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.672.7 PHI Lacking collective t.p. and overture (provided in photocopy).
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Vogelfänger bin ich ja. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Aria, Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by E. Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi A.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the complete vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Aria, Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton: für das Klavier: aus der Opera Die Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi G.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Wir wandelten durch Feuergluten. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Marche, Wir wandelten durch Feuergluthen: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi V.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Zum Leiden bin ich auserkoren. Vocal score.]
Aria, Zum Leiden bin ich ausser-koren: für das Clavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Caption title. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi C.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI bound with other numbers published by Cappi or Artaria to form the vocal score, 1791-1802.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
[Zauberflöte. Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn. Vocal score. Italian & German.]
Terzetto, Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn: für das Klavier: aus der Zauberflöte von W.A. Mozart. Wien: J. Cappi, [1802?]. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. PN: J. Cappi F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 745.1.677 PHI
Musikalischer Almanach auf das Jahr 1782.
Alethinopel [i.e. Berlin, 1782?]. Added engraving. T.p. signed: Schellenberg .f. Fictitious imprint. Attributed by most authorities to K.L. Junker; Eitner ascribes this almanac to J.F. Reichardt. Copies are recorded with a second title-page inserted at p. 109: Musikalisches Handbuch auf des Jahr 1782. Volumes for 1783 & 1784 were published with fictitious imprints Kosmopolis and Freyburg, respectively. Ref.: RISM B/II, p. 963.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 52.48 PHI has added t.p. where paging begins.

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Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.
Unzeitgemässe Betrachtungen von Friedrich Nietzsche. Leipzig: E.W. Fritzsch, 1873-1876. Imprint varies: v.4, Schloss-Chemnitz: E. Schmeitzner; London: F. Wohlauer.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5663.132.7 PHI part 4 only.

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L'Odalisque:
a ballet in two tableaux by M. Albert. [London]: G. Stuart, [184-?]. Ballet scenario. Includes cast list.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880.

[Chanson de Fortunio. Vocal score.]
La chanson de Fortunio: opéra comique en un acte paroles de Hector Crémieux et Ludovic Halévy; musique de J. Offenbach; partition chant et piano. Paris: Heugel, [1861?]. At head of title: Bouffes parisiens. PN: Heugel H. 2714.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 759.1.664 PHI Bound with his Contes d'Hoffmann, Choudens, 1881?

Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880.

[Contes d'Hoffmann. Vocal score.]
Les contes d'Hoffmann: opéra fantastique en 4 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carré; musique de J. Offenbach; transcrite par A. Bazille; partition chant et piano. Paris: Choudens, [1881?]. At head of title: Théâtre nationale de l'opéra-comique. PN: Choudens A.C. 5100.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 759.1.664 PHI Bound with his Chanson de fortunio, Heugel, 1861?.
Ondine, ou, La naiade:
a ballet, in six tableaux the music composed expressly by Sig. Puni; the waltzes and galops composed by M. Perrot; the scenery by Mr. W. Grieve. [London]: G. Stuart, [1843?]. Ballet scenario. The subject of this ballet is taken from the Baron de la Motte Foquè's Undine. Includes cast.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.

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Perrot, Jules, 1810-1892.
Les quatre saisons: a new ballet divertissement by M. Perrot. London: G. Stuart, [1848]. Ballet scenario. Includes cast list: Madlle C. Grisi; Madlle. C. Rosati; Madlle M. Taglioni and Madlle. Cerito [sic].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Le pianiste chanteur:
celebres oeuvres des maitres italiens, allemands et français transcrites pour piano soigneusement doigtees et accentuees par Georges Bizet. Paris: Heugel, [1865]. At head of title: Introduction à l'Art du chant de S. Thalberg. "Premier degre, Les Maitres français, 1re, 2me sèrie"-Cover. PN: Heugel H. 4336/H. 4528.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 460.33 PHI
A pocket companion for gentlemen and ladies:
being a collection of favourite songs out of the most celebrated opera's. Vol. II compos'd by mr. Handel, Bononcini, Attilio, &c.; to which is added several choice songs of Mr. Handel's never before published. London: Cluer's Printing Office and B. Creake, [1725]. "Carefully corrected and figured for the harpsicord. The whole transpos'd for the flute in the most proper keys." Ref.: W. Smith and C. Humprhies, Handel; a descriptive catalogue (London: Cassell, 1960), p. 185; RISM A/I/4, H 1063.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 502.6.3 PHI
[Polly. Libretto.]
Polly: an opera, being the second part of the Beggar's opera by Mr. Gay. London: Printed for T. Thompson, 1729. Music adapted by Pepusch. Musical themes, 16 p., at end.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 572.206.5 PHI bound with Beggar's opera, 1729.
Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924.
[Bohème. Vocal score.]
La Bohème: scene da La vie de Bohème di Henry Murger: 4 quadri: opera completa per canto e pianoforte di Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica; musica di Giacomo Puccini; riduzione di Carlo Carignani. Milan: G. Ricordi, c1896. PN: G. Ricordi 99000.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.2.644 PHI A cop. 1st ed. earliest issue; B copy 1st ed. 2nd state.
Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924.
[Madama Butterfly. Vocal score.]
Madama Butterfly: (da John L. Long e David Belasco): tragedia giapponese: opera completa [libretto] di L. Illica e G. Giacosa; musica di Giacomo Puccini; canto e pianoforte riduzione di Carlo Carignani. 1st ed., original two act version. Milan: Ricordi, c1904. PN: Ricordi 110000.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.2.684 PHI
Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924.
[Rondine. Vocal score.]
La rondine / Giacomo Puccini; commedia lirica in tre atti di Giuseppe Adami; opera completa per canto e pianoforte, irduzione di Carlo Carignani. 1st ed., original version. Milan: Casa musicale Sonzogno, c1917. Libretto by G. Adami, adapted from a German libretto by A. M. Willner and H. Reichert. PN: Casa musicale Sonzogno M 2002 S. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.2.662 PHI
Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924.
[Tosca. Vocal score.]
Tosca: melodramma in tre atti di V. Sardou, L. Illica [e] G. Giacosa; riduzione per canto e pianoforte di Carlo Carignani. 1st ed. Milan: G. Ricordi, c1899. Text by Giacosa & Illica, based on Sardou's play La Tosca. PN: G. Ricordi 103050.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.2.650 PHI
Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924.
[Trittico. Vocal score.]
Il tabarro; Suor Angelica; Gianni Schicchi. Milan: Ricordi, c1918]. Each opera has separate t.p. Libretto for Il tabarro, by Giuseppe Adami from Didier Gold's La Houppelande; libretto for Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi by Giovacchino Forzano. PN: Ricordi 117000.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.2.674 PHI
Puccini, Giacomo, 1858-1924.
[Turandot. Vocal score.]
Turandot: dramma lirico in tre atti e cinque quadri di G. Adami e R. Simoni; [musica di] Giacomo Puccini; l'ultimo duetto e il finale dell'opera sono stati completati di F. Alfano; riduzione per canto e pianoforte di G. Zuccoli. Milan: G. Ricordi, c1926. PN: G. Ricordi 119772.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.2.672.3 PHI
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
[Dioclesian.]
The vocal and instrumental musick of the prophetess, or, The history of Dioclesian composed by Henry Purcell. London: Printed by J. Heptinstall, for the author, and are to be sold by John Carr ..., 1691. Libretto by T. Betterton from Fletcher and Massinger's The Prophetess (c.f. New Grove, 15:469); also attributed to F. Beaumont. First performed in London at Dorset Garden, 1690. Typeset throughout. Ref.: D. Wing, Short-title catalogue, 2nd rev. ed. (New York: MLA, 1994), P4223; C. Day & E. Murrie, English Song-Books 1651-1702 (London: Bibliographical Society [Oxford: Oxford University Press], 1940), p. 80, no. 111; F. Zimmerman, Henry Purcell 1659-1695 (London: Macmillan, 1963), Z. 627; RISM A/I, P 5927.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.1.659 PHI
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
[Selections. 1697.]
A collection of ayres compos'd for the theatre, and upon other occasions by the late Mr. Henry Purcell. London: Printed by J. Heptinstall for Frances Purcell, 1697. Contains instrumental excerpts (for 1-2 violins, tenor, and bassus) from Dioclesian, King Arthur, the Fairy queen, The Indian queen, The married beau, The old bachelor, Amphitryon, The double dealer, Distressed inocency, The gordian knot untied, Abelazer, Bonduca, and The virtuous wife.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.1.46 PHI
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
[Trio sonatas, violins (2), continuo, Z. 802-811.]
Ten sonatas in four parts compos'd by the late Mr. Henry Purcell. London: Printed by J. Heptinstall, for Frances Purcell ... and are to be sold by B. Aylmer ... W. Henchman ... and Henry Playford, 1697. Figured bass for harpsichord or organ. Title from violino primo part. Each part has brief t.p.: Mr. Henry Purcell's sonata's.... Dedication made by Frances Purcell. Ref.: D. Wing, Short-title catalogue, 2nd rev. ed. (New York: MLA, 1994), P4222; RISM A I, P 6085.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 787.1.382 PHI

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Quantz, Johann Joachim, 1697-1773.
Versuch einer Anweisung die Flöte traversiere zu spielen; mit verschiedenen, zur Beföderung des guten Geschmackes in der praktischen Musik dienlichen Anmerkungen begleitet, und mit Exempeln, erläutert. Nebst XXIV Kupfertafeln. Berlin: J. F. Voss, 1752. Includes Register and 24 Exempel auf Kupfertafeln, at end.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 365.2.21.2 PHI

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Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Code de musique pratique, ou méthodes pour apprendre la musique, même à des aveugles, pour former la voix & l'oreille, pour la position de la main avec une mechanique des doigts sur le clavecin & l'orgue, pour l'accompagnement sur tous les instrumens qui en sont susceptibles, & pour le prélude: avec de nouvelles réflexions sur le principe sonore. Par M. Rameau. Paris: De l'Imprimerie royale, 1760. Title vignette. "Exemples du Code de musique pratique": 33 p. at end.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 287.86.10 PHI ms. letter included.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Démonstration du principe de l'harmonie, servant de base à tout l'art musical thèorique et pratique. Approuvée par messieurs de l'Acadëmie royal des sciences...Par monsieur Rameau. Paris: Chez Durand [etc.], 1750. "Extrait des reqistes de l'Académie royal des sciences (rapport des commissaires nommés par l'académie sur le mémoire de m. Rameau)": xlvij. Bookplate of A. v. Dommer. Ref.: RISM B/VI/2 p. 682.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 317.4.37 PHI bound with his Nouvelles reflexions de M. Rameau [etc.], 1752, and with his Extrait d'une reponse de M. Rameau [etc.], 1753.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Dissertation sur les différentes métodes d'accompagnement pour le clavecin, ou pour l'orgue: avec le plan d'une nouvelle métode, établie sur une méchanique des doigts, que fournit la succession fondamentale de l'harmonie: et a l'aide de laquelle on peut devenir sçavant compositeur, & habile accompagnateur, même sans sçavoir lire la musique par Monsieur Rameau. Paris: Boivin, 1732. Ref.: RISM B/VI/2, p. 682.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 367.9.15 PHI label on t.p.: G.D. David, rue du Hurepoix, a l'Esperance.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Extrait d'une reponse de m. Rameau a m. Euler, Sur l'identité des octaves, d'où résultent des vérités d'autant plus curieuses qu'elles n'ont pas encore été soupçonnées. Paris: Chez Durand, 1753. Half-title: Sur l'identité des octaves.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 317.4.37 PHI bound with his Démonstration du principe de l'harmonie, 1750.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Generation harmonique, ou Traité de musique theorique et pratique. Par m. Rameau. [1st ed.]. Paris: Prault fils, 1737. Title vignette. Pages 226 and 227 numbered 208 and 201 respectively.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 287.87 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Nouveau systême de musique theorique, où l'on découvre le principe de toutes les regles necessaires à la pratique, pour servir d'introduction au Traité de l'harmonie. [1st ed.]. Paris: De l'Impr. de J. B. C. Ballard, 1726.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 287.88 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Nouvelles réflexions de M. Rameau: sur sa démonstration du principe de l'harmonie, servant de base à tout l'art musical théorique et pratique. Paris: Durand; Pissot, 1752. Ref.: RISM B/VI, p. 684.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 317.4.37 PHI bound with his Démonstration du principe de l'harmonie, 1750.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
Observations sur notre instinct pour la musique, et sur son principe; où les moyens de reconnoître l'un par l'autre, conduisent à pouvoir se rendre raison avec certitude des différens effets de cet art. Par Monsieur Rameau. A Paris: Chez Prault fils [etc.], 1754.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 100.196 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Achante et Céphise.]
Acante et Cèphise, ou, La sympathie: pastorale héroique a l'occasion de la naissance de Monseigneur le Duc de Bourgogne mise en musique par M. Rameau ... A Paris: Chez l'Auteur ... La veuve Boivin ... M. Leclerc ...,[1751]. Libretto by J.F. Marmontel, cf. Grove (6th ed.) 15:571. "représentée pour la premier fois par l'Académie Royale de Musique le jeudi 18 novembre 1751"-t.p. Ref.: R. Eitner, Biographische-Bibliographisches Quellen-Lexikon (Graz: Akademische Druck, 1959) 8:121; National Union Catalog pre-1956 imprints (London: Mansell, 1968-81), 480:147; RISM A/I, R 122.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.619 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Castor et Pollux (1737).]
Castor et Pollux mise en musique par Monsieru Rameau. 1st ed. Paris: Chez Prault fils, La Veuve Boivin, M. Leclair, M. Duval, & chez l'auteur, [1737]. "Représentée pour las premier fois par l'Académie Royale de Musique, le 24 octobre 1737." Libretto by P.J. Bernard. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 126.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.630.5 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Castor et Pollux (1754).]
Castor et Pollux tragédie mise en musique par Mr. Rameau. Paris: Chez l'auteur, [1754]. "Représentée pour la premiere foi par l'Academie Royale de Musique le 24. octobre 1737. Refondu, et remis au Théâtre au Mois de Decembre 1754. Libretto by P.J. Bernard. "Gravée par le Sr. Hue." Ref.: RISM A/I, R 127.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.630 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Dardanus.]
Dardanus: nouvelle tragédie mise en musique par M. Rameau. 2nd ed. rev. version. Paris: Chez l'Auteur, La Veuve Boivin, M. Le Clair, [1744]. "Répresentée pour la premier fois par L'Académie Royale de Musique le 17 Avril 1744." Libretto by C.A. Le Clerc de La Bruère. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 134.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.634 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour.]
Les festes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour, ou Les dieux d'Egypte,: ballet héroïque, mis en musique par M. Rameau. Représenté pour la premiére fois sur le grand Théatre de Versailles le 15. Mars 1747. & par l'Academie royale de musique, le 5. Novembre 1748. A Paris,: Chez l'auteur, la Veuve Boivin, M. Leclair, [1748]. Opéra-ballet in a prologue and 3 acts. Libretto by L. de Cahusac. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 143.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.643 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Fêtes d'Hébé.]
Les Fêtes d'Hébé, ou, Les talents liriques: ballet: representé pour la premiere fois, par l'Academie Royale de Musique, au mois de May 1739 [musique ] par M. Rameau. 1st ed., earliest issue. Paris: l'Auteur, Veuve Boivin, Le Clair, [1739?]. Libretto by A. Gautier de Montdorge. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 138-140.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.639 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Fêtes d'Hébé.]
Les fêtes d'Hebée, ou, Les talents liriques: ballet mis en musique par M. Rameau. 1st ed., 3rd version of supplements. Paris: Chez l'Auteur: La Veuve Boivin: Le Clair, [1739?]. Libretto by A. Gautier de Montdorge. "Gravé par L. Huë." Additional pages 97-113 contain new versions of some of the scenes of the 2nd entrée. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 138-140.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.639.3 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Fêtes d'Hébé.]
Les fêtes d'Hebée, ou, Les talents liriques: ballet mis en musique par M. Rameau. 1st ed., 2nd version of supplements. Paris: Chez l'Auteur: La Veuve Boivin: Le Clair, [1739?]. Libretto by A. Gautier de Montdorge. "Gravé par L. Huë." Ref.: RISM A/I, R 138-140.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.639.5 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Guirlande.]
La guirlande: acte de ballet mis en musique par Mr Rameau; gravé par L. Hue. 1st ed. A Paris: Chez l'Auteur, la Veuve Boivin [et] Mr Le Clair [sic], [1751?]. Libretto by Jean François Marmontel. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 145.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.617 PHI Label on p. preceding t.p.: Paris : H. Lemoine, Editeurs et Marchands de musique, rue de l'Echelle Saint-Honore, no. 9.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Hippolyte et Aricie.]
Hippolite et Aricie tragedie mise en musique par Mr. Rameau; les paroles de M. Pellegrin. Paris: l'Hauteur, 1733. "Representée l'Academie Royale le Jeudy Premier Octobre 1733." "Gravé par De Gland." Ref.: RISM A/I, R 146.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.644 PHI lacks prelim. pages; includes [6] p. of errata at end.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Indes galantes.]
Les indes galantes: balet: reduit a quatre grands concerts: avec une nouvelle entrée complette par Monsieur Rameau. 1st ed. Se vend a Paris: Chez M. Boivin, ruë Saint Honoré, à la regle d'or: M. Leclair, Ruë du Roulle, à la croix d'or: L'auteur, ruë des Bons-Enfans, à l'Hôtel d'Effiat, [ca. 1736]. Overture in piano score; unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. Words by L. Fuzelier. "Table alphabetique des airs chantans: 2o, 3o, 4o, & Chœur," p. [4]. First performed with the 3rd act at the Paris Opéra on 28 August 1735. Engraved throughout. Ref.: New Grove Opera, III:1229; RISM A/I, R 151.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.649 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Pièces de clavecin (ca. 1728).]
Nouvelles suites de Pièces de clavecin composées par Mr. Rameau, avec des remarques sur les différens genres de musique. Gravées par Mlle. Louise Roussel. 1st ed. Paris: l'Auteur, [ca. 1728]. "Remarques sure les pièces de ce livre, & sur les différens genres de musique": p. [3]-[4]. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 188.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.412 PHI Alfred Cortot's copy. Bound with Rameau's Pieces de clavecin avec une table pour les agremens, 1731.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Pièces de clavecin en concerts.]
Pièces de clavecin en concerts, avec un violon ou une flûte, et une viole ou un deuxieme violon, par M. Rameau. Paris Chez l'Auteur, 1741. Engraved. Notes (2 p.) in French by the composer precede score. Includes five small pieces from the Suites arranged by the composer for harpsichord alone in order to demonstrate the contrast between their treatment for harpsichord only and that for harpsichord when accompanied by melodic instruments.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.175.5 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Piéces de clavecin (1724).]
Piéces de clavecin avec une table pour les agrémens. 1st ed. Paris: Ches Boivin ... Le Clair ... L'auteur, 1731.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.412 PHI Alfred Cortot's copy. Bound with Rameau's Nouvelles suites de pieces de clavecin, 1728.
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Platée.]
Platée: comédie-ballet mise en musique par M. Rameau. Paris: Chez l'auteur, La Veuve Boivin, M. Leclair, [1749]. Libretto by J. Autreau and A.J. Le Valois d'Orville, revised by Ballot de Savot, 1749. "Donnée par l'Académie royale de musique, pour le Carnavel de 1749. Le 4. Février même année." Ref.: RISM A/I, R 164.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2 659 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Pygmalion.]
Pigmalion: acte de ballet mis en musique par M. Rameau. 1st ed. A Paris: Chez l'auteur, La Veuve Boivin, M. Leclair [sic], [1748?]. Libretto by Balot de Sauvot after A.H. de la Motte's Le triomphe des arts. Cf. New Grove. "Exécuté pour la premiére fois par l'Académie royale de musique, le 27. Août 1748." Ref.: RISM A/I, R 163.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.656 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Surprises de l'amour.]
Les surprises de l'amour; ballet composé de III actes séparés: Ier. L'enlevement d'Adonis; IIe. La lyre enchantée; IIIe. Anacreon. Mis en musique par M. Rameau. Les paroles don't de Mr Bernard. A Paris: Chez M. Leclerc, M. Bayard, Mlle. Catagnery [et] M. D'aumont, [ca. 1757]. Each act has a separate t.p. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 166 (Suprises de l'amour); RISM A/I, R 165 (Les sibarites).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.663 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Zaïs.]
Zaïs: ballet héroïque mis en musique par M. Rameau, et exécuté pour la première fois par l'Académie royale de musique, le 29. féverier 1748. 1st ed. Paris: Chez l'Auteur, ruë Saint Honoré, vis-àvis le Caffé de Dupuis, la Veuve Boivin, ruë Saint Honoré, à la Regle d'Or, M. Leclair [sic], ruë du Roule, à la Croix d'Or, [1748?]. Libretto by Louis de Cahusac. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 169.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.667 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Zoroastre.]
Zoroastre tragédie mise en musique par M. Rameau. Paris: chez La Veuve Boivin, M. LeClair, M. Le Castagniere, l'Auteur, [1749]. "Représentée pour la première fois par l'Académie Royale de Musique, le 2 Decembre 1749. Libretto by Louis de Cahusac. Ref.: RISM A/I, R 171.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 791.2.668 PHI
Rameau, Jean Philippe, 1683-1764.
[Zoroastre. Libretto.]
Zoroastre: tragédie representée par l'Academie Royale de Musique pour la premiere fois, le Vendredy cinq Decembre 1749 le paroles de M. De Cahusac; la musique de M. Rameau. [Paris]: Au depens de l'Academie; [printed by] Veuve Delormel, 1749.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 596.75 PHI
Reyer, Ernest, 1823-1909.
[Salammbô. Vocal score.]
Salammbó: [opéra en cinq actes poëme tiré du roman de Gustave Flaubert par Camille Du Locle; musique de E. Reyer; partition chant et piano transcrité par Ernest Guiraud & Hector Salomon]. Paris: Choudens, [ca. 1892]. Casts for the May 1892 Paris production and the February 1890 Brussels production listed in preliminaries. PN: Choudens A.C. 8240.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 792.5.631 PHI Inscribed by the composer.
Reyer, Ernest, 1823-1909.
[Sigurd. Vocal score.]
Sigurd: opéra en 4 actes et 9 tableaux de Camille du Locle & Alfred Blau musique de E. Reyer; partition pour chant & piano réduite par Paul Vidal. Paris: Heugel, [1884]. PN: Heugel G.H.1443.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 792.5.651 PHI
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844-1908.
[Pskovitianka (Opera, 1872). Vocal score.]
Pskovitianka: opera v 4 dieistviiakh soderzhanie zaimstvovano iz" dramy L. Meia; sochinenie Nikolaia Rimskago-Korsakova; perelozhenie dlia fortep'iano s" pienem" Nad. Purgolyd". S. Petersburg: V. Bessel, [1872?]. Original version. Errata leaf preceds the t.p. PN: V. Bessel 200-225.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 794.6.648.3 PHI
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844-1908.
[Pskovitianka (Opera, 1892). Vocal score.]
Pskovitianka: opera v" 3kh" dieistviiakh" zaimstvovana iz" dramy L. Meia; muzyka N. Rimskago-Korsakova; polnoe perelozhenie dlia pieniia s" fortepiano. Novaia obrabotka (1894). S. Petersburg: V. Bessel', [1894]. Cover title: Pskovitaine: drame lyrique en trois actes. PN: V. Bessel 3773-3789.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 794.6.648.5 PHI
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844-1908.
[Snegurochka. Vocal score.]
Sniegurochka: (Vesenniaia skazka): opera v chetyrekh dieistviiakh s prologom sochinenie N. Rimskago-Korsakova; libretto zaimstvovano iz piesy A.N Ostrovskago; perelozhenie dlia fortep iano I golosov. [First ed.]. S. Petersburg: V. Bessel, [1881?]. Libretto by the composer. PN: V. Bessel 931-955. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 794.6.660 PHI
La romance:
journal de musique. 1.- année; jan. 1834- Paris: au Bureau de l'Artiste, 1834-
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 18.26 PHI Library has: Jan.-June 1834
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Barbiere di Siviglia. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il barbiere di Siviglia = The barber of Seville: a comic opera in two acts the music by Rossini. London: Printed by G. Stuart, [185-?]. Libretto by Sterbini, after Beaumarchais.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Cenerentola. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La Cenerentola = Cinderella: a comic opera in two acts the music by Rossini. Authorized ed. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [1856?]. Libretto by Jacopo Ferretti.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Comte Ory. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il Conte Ory: a lyric comedy in two acts the music by Rossini; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed, published and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [183-?]. Original libretto by Scribe and Delestre-Poirson.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Donna del lago. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La donna del lago: a lyric drama in two acts the music by Rossini; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. London: T. Brettell, [184-?]. Libretto by Tottola, based on The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Gazza ladra. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La gazza ladra = The thieving magpie: a semi-seria opera in two acts the music by Rossini. The authorized edition. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1843. Libretto by Gherardini.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Guillaume Tell. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Guglielmo Tell: a grand opera in four acts the music by Rossini; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [1850?]. Original French libretto by Jouy and Bis.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Italiana in Algeri. Libretto. English & Italian.]
L'Italiana in Algieri = The Italian in Algiers: a comic opera in two acts the music by Rossini. Authorized edition. London: Printed and sold by G. Stuart, [184-?]. Libretto by Anelli. Includes cast list.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Moïse et Pharaon. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Zorà: a lyric drama in four acts the music by Rossini; the libretto translated by J.W. Tibbert. [London]: T. Brettell, [1850]. Translation of Moïse, the French libretto by L. Balocchi and E. de Jouy for the composer's revised version of his Mose in Egitto. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of Opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Otello. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Otello: opera seria = Othello: a serious opera in three acts the music by Rossini. The authorized edition. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [1855?]. Libretto by F. Berio di Salsa,after Shakespeare. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Semiramide. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La Semiramide: an opera seria in two acts the music by Rosini [sic]; with a preface by a distinguished amateur. Authorised edition. London: H.N. Millar, [187-?]. Libretto by Gaetano Rossi, after Voltaire. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868.
[Tancredi. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il Tancredi: opera in two acts the music by Rossini; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Published and sold at The Royal Italian Opera, [1848?] ([London]: T. Brettell). Original libretto by Rossi.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 5 of 6.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778.
Dictionnaire de musique par J.J. Rousseau... Paris: Chez la veuve Duchesne, 1768. No. 473-480 repeated in paging.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 45.76.5 PHI
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778.
Lettre sur la musique françoise par M. J.J. Rousseau. [Quatrieme édition]. Londres; Paris: Chez Duchesne, 1763. Title vignette.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 250.15 PHI original wrappers.

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Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835-1921.
[Samson et Dalila. Vocal score. German & French.]
Samson et Dalila: opéra en 3 actes de Ferdinand Lemaire; avec traduction allemande par Richard Pohl; musique de Camille Saint-Saëns; partition chant & piano arrangée par l'auteur. 1st ed., earliest issue. Paris: Durand, Schoenewerk, [1877].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 798.1.650 PHI
Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835-1921.
[Timbre d'argent. Vocal score.]
Le timbre d'argent, drame lyrique en 4 actes de J. Barbier et M. Carre; musique de Camille Saint-Saëns...partition chant & piano arrangée par Georges Bizet. Paris: Choudens, [1877]. PN: Choudens A.C.3558.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 798.1.680 PHI Inscribed to Charles Gounod by the publisher.
Sartori, Franz.
Mahlerisches Taschenbuch für Freunde interessanter Gegenden, Natur- und Kunst- Merkwürdigkeiten der österreichischen Monarchie. Wien, 1812-1818. 1818 volume contains the song "Am Erlasfsee," Franz Schubert.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.733 PHI 1816-1818 only.
Schelle, Eduard, 1816-1882.
Der Tannhäuser in Paris: und der dritte musikalische Krieg. Eine historische Parallele von Eduard Schelle. Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1861.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.460 PHI bound with Wagner's Das Kunstwerk der Zukunft, et al.
Schneider, Louis, b.1861.
Massenet, l'homme--le musicien; illustrations et documents inédits. Paris: L. Carteret, 1908.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 4020.15.79 PHI
Schoenberg, Arnold, 1874-1951.
Harmonielehre. Leipzig, Wien: Universal-Edition, 1911. PN: Universal-Edition 3370.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 318.6 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Adagios, piano, D. 505, D flat major; arr.]
Adagio und Rondo: E dur: für das Pianoforte: op. 145 componirt von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1848]. "Es handelt sich dabei um eine gegenüber der Abschrift stark gekürtze Fassung, wahrscheinlich des Verlegers, der das Adagio als Einleitung zu dem Rondo in E verwenden wollte..." (O. E. Deutsch, Franz Schubert Thematisches Verzeichnis seiner Werke (London: Bärenreiter, 1978), p. 296). PN: A. Diabelli D.& C.No.8719.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.425 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Adagios, piano trio, D. 897, E flat major.]
Nocturne pour piano, violon et violoncelle: oeuvre 148 composé par François Schubert. [1st ed.]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1846]. Parts are for violin and violincello. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C. No. 7971. Ref.: Deutsch 897.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.355 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Advokaten.]
Die Advocaten: komisches Terzett für 2 Tenore und Bass, mit Begleitung des Piano: 74tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1827]. "[Fischer's] comic trio Die Advokaten, published by Eder in 1804, was arranged by Schubert in December 1817 (D37) and published by Diabelli in May 1827" (New Grove). PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.2452.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.698 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Alfonso und Estrella. Wenn ich dich, Holde, sehe. Vocal score.]
Cavatine: (Wenn ich dich, Holde, sehe): aus der Oper Alfonso u. Estrella Musik von Franz Schubert. Philomele: eine Sammlung der beliebtesten Gesange mit Begleitung des Pianoforte / eingerichtet und herausgegeben von Anton Diabelli; No. 301. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1834]. Libretto by Franz von Schober. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.4731. Ref.: Deutsch 732/13.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.640.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Am Geburtstage des Kaisers.]
Constitutionslied Gedicht von Deinhardstein; in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; 157tes Werk. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1849]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.8873. Ref.: Deutsch 748 (uniform title from this entry).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.690 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[An die untergehende Sonne.]
An die untergehende Sonne Gedicht von Kosegarten; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begl. Des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 44tes Werk. [First ed.]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1827]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.2252. Ref.: Deutsch 457.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.777 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Antiphonen zum Palmsonntag.]
Antiphonen zur Palmweihe am Palmsonntage: für Sopran, Alt, Tenor & Bass: op. 113 componirt von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli. [1829]. PN: A. Diabelli D. et. C. No. 3261. Ref.: Deutsch 696 (op. post. 113).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.584 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Auf dem Wasser zu singen.]
Auf dem Wasser zu singen: für eine Singstime mit Begleitung des Pianoforte: 72tes Werk Gedicht von Leopold Grafen zu Stollberg; in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. Wien: Bei Ant. Diabelli, [1827?]. Engraved throughout. PN: Ant. Diabelli D.et C.No.2487. Ref.: Hirsch IV, 550; R. Balchin, ed., Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980, v. 27 (London; New York: K.G. Saur, 1981-<1987>), 51:31; Deutsch 774.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.782 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Fräulein schaut vom hohen Turm.]
Ein Fräulein schaut vom hohen Thurm Ballade von J. Kenner; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano forte von Franz Schubert; 126tes Werk. Wien: J. Czerny, [1830]. PN: J. Czerny J.Cz.No.2664.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.729.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Blinde Knabe, D. 833.]
Der blinde Knabe: 101tes Werk aus dem Englischen von Craigher; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begl. Des Piano-Forte von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1829]. Text originally in English by C. Cibber; German translation by J.N. Craigher. PN: A. Diabelli D. et C. No. 3058.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.777.10 PHI Early separate ed.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Deutsche, piano, D. 420.]
Zwölf Deutsche Tänze und fünf Eccossaises: componirt im Jahre 1817 von Franz Schubert. Wien: J.P. Gotthard, 1871. PN: J.P. Gotthard J.P.G.132. Ref.: Deutsch 420, 529.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.433.7 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Deutsche, piano, D. 790.]
12 Ländler: (componirt im Jahre 1823): für das Pianoforte: Op. 171, nachgelassenes Werk von Franz Schubert. Wien: C.A. Spina, [1864]. Pn: C.A. Spina C.S.18,180. Ref.: Deutsch 790.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.433.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Deutsche und Ecossaisen, piano, D. 783.]
Deutsche Tänze und Ecossaisen: für das Pianoforte verfasst von Franz Schubert; 33tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: Cappi, [1825]. PN: Cappi C.C.45.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.433.3 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Drang in die Ferne.]
Drang in die Ferne. Gedicht von Carl Gottfr. V. Leitner. In Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. 71tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: Ant. Diabelli, [1827]. PN: Ant. Diabelli D. et C. No. 2486. Ref.: Deutsch 770.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.779 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Echo.]
Das Echo: in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von I.F. Castelli. [Erstausgabe]. 1st ed. Wien: Thad. Weigl, [1830]. "Sammtliche werke von Franz Schubert. Wien, in der Th. Weigl'schen Musikhandlung Graben No. 1144"-p. 2-4. PN: Thad. Weigl T.W.No.2935. Ref.: Deutsch 990C (op. Post. 130).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.753.10 PHI no op. no. on t.p.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Einsame.]
Der Einsame: 41tes Werk Gedicht v. Carl Lappe; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleit. des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. 1st separately published ed. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1827]. Publication date from New Grove. Pages [2]-[3] blank. Engraved throughout. PN: A. Diabelli D. et. C. No. 2251.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.773 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Erlkönig.]
Erlkönig Ballade von Göthe; in Musik gesetzt und Seiner Exzellenz dem hochgebohrnen Herrn Herrn Moritz Grafen von Dietrichstein in teifer Ehrfurcht gewidmet von Franz Schubert. 1tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1821]. Imprint date from references. PN: Cappi und Diabelli No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 328; O.E. Deutsch, Originalausgaben von Schuberts Goethe-Liedern (Wien: V.A. Heck, 1926), 1a.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.746.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Erwartung.]
Die Erwartung Gedicht von Fr. von Schiller; in Musik gesetzt mit Begleitung des Pianoforte...von Franz Schubert; op. 116. [1st ed.]. Wien: M.J. Leidesdorf, [1829]. PN: M.J. Leidesdorf 1153. Ref.: Deutsch 159.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.736.20 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Fantasien, piano, 4 hands, D. 48, C minor.]
Grosse Sonate (unvollendet) für Pianoforte zu 4 Händen, componirt 1814. Nachgelassenes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: J.P. Gotthard, 1871. Without the Fugue. PN: J.P. Gotthard J.P.G.130.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.422.20 PHI stamp on cover: Th.J. Roothaan & Co. Musijkhandel en Bibliotheek Amsterdam.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Fantasien, piano, 4 hands, D. 940, F minor.]
Fantaisie pour le piano-forte à quatre mains: oeuvre 103 par François Schubert. [1st ed.]. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1829]. PN: A. Diabelli D. et. C. no. 3158. Ref.: Deutsch 940.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.421 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Fantasien, violin, piano, D. 934, C major.]
Fantaisie pour piano et violon, oeuvre 159 par François Schubert. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1850?]. A. Diabelli D.& C.No.8888. Deutsch, 934.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.395.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Fierabras. Ouvertüre.]
Ouverture zur Opera Fierrabras: op. 76 von Franz Schubert. Ouverturen und Entr'actes für das Orchester / componirt von Franz Schubert; No. 4. 1st ed. Wien: C.A. Spina, 1867. PN: C.A. Spina C.S.19.051. Ref.: Deutsch 796.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.630.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Forelle (Song).]
Die Forelle. Wien: Ant. Diabelli, [1825]. Fourth version, 1st separate ed. PN: Ant. Diabelli D.etC.No.1703. Ref.: Deutsch 550.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.765.5 PHI
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Forelle (Song).]
Die Forelle Gedicht von Schubart; in Musik gesetzt für ein Singstimme mit begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. Wien: Ant. Diabelli, [1827]. Fourth version, 1st separate ed., later issue. PN: Ant. Diabelli D.etC.No.1703. Ref.: Deutsch 550.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.765.7 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gebet.]
Gebeth: (Du Urquell aller Güte): in Musik gesetzt für Sopran, Alt, Tenor und Bass mit Begleitung des Pianoforte: 139tes Werk [componirt] von Franz Schubert; [Gedicht] von de la Motte Fouque. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1840]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et.C.No.6268. Ref.: Deutsch, 815.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.692 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gesang der Geister über den Wassern, D. 714.]
Gesang der Geister über den Wassern: (von Göthe): für vier Tenor- und vier Bass-Stimmen, mit Begleitung von zwei Violen, zwei Violoncelle und Contrabass: Op. 167, nachgelassenes Werk von Franz Schubert. Wien: C.A. Spina, [1858]. Parts with ms. corrections throughout include: 5 each of tenor 1-4 and bass 1-4; 4 each of violas 1-2, 3 each of violoncello 1-2, and 3 double bass. PN: C.A. Spina C.S.16,509; C.S.18,422; C.S.16,373.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.589.10 PHI Stamps on cover: Orpheus, Boston; J. Schuberth & Co., Music Depot, Broadway, New York.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gesänge aus Wilhelm Meister.]
Gesänge aus Wilhelm Meister von Göthe: mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, 62tes Werk von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. [of the four Mignon songs]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1827]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C. 2253. Ref.: Deutsch, 877.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.775 PHI First ed. of the 4 Mignon songs.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gesänge, D. 902. German & Italian.]
L'incanto degli occhi, No. I = Die Macht der Augen; Il traditor deluso, No. II = Der getäuschte Verräther; Il modo di prender moglie, No. III = Die Art ein Weib zu nehmen: in Musik gesetzt für eine Bass-Stimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; Gedichte von Metastasio. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1827]. Text of no. 3 anonymous. PN: T. Haslinger T.H. 5061; T.H. 5062; T.H. 5063. Publisher's no. No. 572.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.785 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gesänge, D. 902, Modo di prender moglie. German & Italian.]
Il modo di prender moglie = Die Art ein Weib zu nehmen: 83tes Werk, No. III: In Musik gesetzt für eine Bass-Stimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte Gedichte von Metastasio; [Musik] von Franz Schubert. Wien: T. Haslinger. [1827]. Text probably not by Metastasio, although attributed to him. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.5063.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.785.5 PHI In container with D. 902, no. 2, Il traditor deluso, 1827.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gesänge, D. 902, Traditor deluso. German & Italian.]
Il traditor deluso = Der getäuschte Verräther: 83tes Werk, No. II Gedichte von Metastasio; in Musik gesetzt für eine Bass-Stimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte...von Franz Schubert. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1827]. Text attributed to Metastasio. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.5062.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.785.5 PHI In container with his Il modo di prender moglie, 1827.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gesänge des Harfners aus Wilhelm Meister.]
Gesänge des Harfners aus Wilhelm Meister von Goethe; für eine Stingstime mit Belgeitung des Piano=Forte in Musik gesetzt, und Seiner bischöflichen Gnaden, dem Herrn Joh: Nep: Ritter von Dankesreither...in tiefer Ehrfurcht gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 12tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. & D. No. 1161. Ref.: Deutsch 478, 480, 479.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.760 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe, D. 954. Vocal score.]
Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe: zur Weihe der neuen Glocke an der Kirche zur Allerheiligsten Dreyfaltigkeit in der Alservorstadt den 2ten Sept 1828 gedichtet von Fried. Reil; als Chor mit Betleitung des Pianoforte oder der Harmonie in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. Wien: T. Mollo, [1828]. For vocal quartet (TTBB) and SATB chorus with 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns and 2 trombones, or with piano acc. Includes vocal score plus Harmonie-Begleitung zum Chor score. Ref.: Deutsch 954.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.597 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe, D. 955.]
Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte: 97tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von Christ. Kuffner. [First ed.]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1828]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et.C.No.2905. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 955.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.736.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gondelfahrer.]
Der Gondelfahrer: in Musik gesetzt für vier Männerstimmen mit Begleitung des Piano-forte: op. 28 von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von Mayerhofer. [First ed.]. Wien: Sauer & Leidesdorf, [1824]. PN: Sauer & Leidesdorf 599; Sauer & Leidesdorf 652.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.697 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gott in der Natur.]
Gott in der Natur: in Musik gesetzt für 2 Sopran und 2 Alt mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte: 133tes Werk von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von Gleim [sic]. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1839]. Text by E.C. von Kleist. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.6264. Ref.: Deutsch 757.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.587 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Grandes marches et trios.]
Six grandes marches et trios: pour le piano à quatre mains, op. 40 composées par Franc. Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1830]. Graben No. 1133. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C. No. 3539; D. & C. No. 3540.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.404.5 PHI 2 vol. in 1.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gräzer Walzer.]
Graetzer-Walzer für das Piano-forte. 91tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1828?]. PN: T. Haslinger 5151. Ref.: Deutsch, 924.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.423.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Greisengesang.]
Greisen-Gesang: aus den östlichen Rosen von F. Rückert; und Dythyrambe von F. v. Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Bassstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 60tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: Cappi und Czerny, [1826]. PN: Cappi und Czerny C. u. Cz. 192. Ref.: Deutsch 778, 801.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.722.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
Gretchen am Spinnrade: 2tes Werk aus Geothe's Faust; in Musik gesetzt und dem Hochgebohrnen Herrn Herrn Moritz Reichsgrafen von Fries...ehrfurchtsvoll gewidmet von Franz Schubert. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822?]. 1st ed., 2nd issue, with imprint of A. Diabelli and plate no. added. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. & D. No. 767. Ref.: Hirsch, IV, 474 (1st ed., 1821); BSB Musik, p. 5824; Deutsch 118.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.751.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, D. 583.]
Gruppe aus dem Tartarus: von Fr. Schiller. Schlummerlied von Mayerhofer: zwei Gedichte in Musik gesetzt für eine singstime mit Pianofortebegleitung von Franz Schubert; 24t Werk. Wien: Sauer & Leidesdorf, [1823]. Caption title for 2nd work: Schlaflied. Also in Deutsch with this title. PN: Sauer & Leidesdorf S et L 429.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.772 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Heimweh.]
Das Heimweh; Die Allmacht: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte, 79tes Werk In Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; Gedichte von Joh. Ladislav Pyrker. [1st ed.]. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1827]. PN: T. Haslinger T.H. 5027. Ref.: Deutsch 851 (2nd version); 852.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.786 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Hirt auf dem Felsen.]
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte und der Clarinette (oder des Violoncells): 129tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1830]. German words by Wilhelm Müller. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.5570. Ref.: Deutsch 965.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.730.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Hochzeitsbraten.]
Der Hochzeitsbraten: Terzett für Sopran, Tenor und Bass mit Begleit. des Pianoforte: 104tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; [Gedicht] von Schober. 1st ed. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1829]. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C. No. 3316. Ref.: Deutsch 930.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.699 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Hymnus an den Heiligen Geist, men's voices, piano.]
Hymne: Herr, unser Gott! erhöre unser Flehen: Chor für 8 Männerstimmen mit Begleitung von 2 Oboen, 2 Clarinetten, 2 Fagotte, 2 Hörner, 2 Trompeten und 3 Posaunen, oder des Pianoforte: 154tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1849?]. 2. Fassung, cf. Deutsch. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C. No. 8778. Ref.: Deutsch 948.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.589 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Im Walde, D. 834.]
Im Walde; und Auf der Brücke: op. 93 zwei Gedichte von Ernst Schulze; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme und Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert. [First ed., 2nd state of t.p.]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1828]. PN: A. Diabelli 3159. Ref.: Deutsch 834, 853.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.776.10 PHI Adapted by Diabelli, who has added his imprint and in ms. has changed on the t.p. the op. no. from 90 to 93, added his plate no. and price.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Im Walde, D. 834.]
Im Walde und Auf der Brücke: 93stes Werk zwei Gedichte von Ernst Schulze; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte von Franz Schubert. Neue Ausgabe. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1835]. 2nd ed. of the work; 1st ed. of the 1st version. PN: A. Diabelli D.et.C.No.3159. Ref.: Deutsch 834, 853.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.776.11 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Impromptus, piano, D. 899 No. 1-2.]
Impromptu pour le piano-forte: oeuvre 90, no. 1-2 par Franç Schubert. [1. Ausg.]. Vienne: T. Haslinger, [1827]. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.5071-T.H.5072. Ref.: Deutsch 899, nos. 102.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with various other piano pieces (13 items total).
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Impromptus, piano, D. 935.]
4 impromptus pour le piano composés par Fr. Schubert. Op. 142. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1838]. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C. 6526; D. & C. 6527.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert piano works.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Jagdlied, D. 521.]
Jagdlied aus Ossians Gesängen: Die Nacht: für Männer-Chor mit Begleitung des Pianoforte eingerichtet von J. Herbeck. Lob der Einsamkeit: für vier Männer-Stimmen componirt von F. Schubert. Wien: C.A. Spina, [1860]. Words of the 1st work by Friedrich Ludwig Zacharias Werner; 2nd work by Johann Gaudenz von Salis-Seewis. PN: C.A. Spina C.S.16,601. Ref.: Deutsch 521, 337.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.659 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Junge Nonne.]
Die junge Nonne: Gedicht von Craigher; Nacht und Träume: Gedicht von Fr: Schiller [sic] in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 43tes Werk. [First ed.]. Wien: A. Pennauer, [1825]. Author of 2nd work (misattributed on t.p.) is Matthäus von Collin. PN: A. Pennauer 136. Ref.: Deutsch 828, 827.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.783 PHI Stamp on t.p.: F.X. Ascher Musikalien-Handlung, Wien.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Kampf.]
Der Kampf von Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Bassstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 110tes Werk. [1st ed.]. Wien: J. Czerny, [1829]. PN: J. Czerny J.Cz.No.334. Ref.: Deutsch 594.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.781 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Ländler, piano, 4 hands, D. 366; arr.]
20 Ländler für Pianoforte zu vier Händen von Franz Schubert; nachgelassenes Werk. Wien: J.P. Gotthard, 1869. PN: Gotthard J.P.G 13.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.432.53 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Lebensstürme.]
Lebensstürme: characteristisches Allegro für das Pianoforte zu 4 Händen, op. 144 componirt von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1840]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.6704.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.403.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Lied der Anne Lyle.]
Lied der Anne Lyle: aus Walter Scott's Montrose; Gesang der Norna: aus Walter Scott's Pirat: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte: op. 85 in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. [Erste Ausg.]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1828]. Text of the 1st work from Sir Walter Scott's A Legend of Montrose; text of 2nd work from his The Pirate. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.2877. Ref.: Deutsch 830, 831.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.731.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Liedler, D. 209.]
Der Liedler: Ballade von J. Kenner in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte und dem Dichter gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 38tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Comp, [1825]. PN: Cappi und Comp. C. u. C. No. 110.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.780 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Marches carateristiques.]
Deux marches carateristiques: à quatre mains pour le pianoforte: op. 121 composées par Franç Schubert. [1st ed.]. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1829]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et. C.No. 3552. Ref.: Deutsch 968B.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.404.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Marches, piano, 4 hands D. 944, G major.]
Kinder-Marsch: für Pianoforte zu 4 Händen componirt am 12. October 1827 von Franz Schubert; nachgelassenes Werk. [1st ed.]. Wien: J.P. Gotthard, 1870. Vorwort by Faust Pachler. PN: J.P. Gotthard J.P.G. 53. Ref.: Deutsch 944.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.404.15 PHI Otto Jahn's bookplate.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Masses, D. 950, E flat major. Vocal score.]
Grosse Messe in Es für Chor und Orchester componirt von Franz Schubert; Clavierauszug. [1st ed.]. Leipzig: J. Rieter-Biedermann, 1865. "Die Partitur ist von Herrn Fr. Espagne mit dem in der Königl. Bibliothek zu Berlin vorhandenen Autographen sorgf;altig vergleichen." PN: J. Rieter-Biedermann 425.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.529.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Moments musicaux.]
Momens musicals: pour le piano, oeuvre 94 par François Schubert. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1830?]. PN: A. Diabelli D. et C. No. 3544-D. et C. No. 3545.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert works for piano.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Nachthelle.]
Nachthelle: Solo für eine Tenorstimme nebst 2 Tenore und 2 Bässe mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte: 134tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von J.G. Seidl. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1840]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.6265. Ref.: Deutsch 892.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.697.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Octets, woodwinds, horn, strings, D. 803, F major.]
Octett für 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncell, Contrabass, Horn, Fagott u. Clarinett: op. 166 componirt von Franz Schubert. Wien: Spina, [1853]. PN: Spina D.&C.No.9141. Ref.: Hirsch IV, 643.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.225 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Originaltänze.]
Original Tänze für das Piano-Forte: 9tes Werk componirt von Franz Schubert. [First ed.]. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1821]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C.etD. 873-C.etD. 874. Ref.: Deutsch 365; Kat Hoboken, 50-51.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.437 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Pilgrim.]
Der Pilgrim; und Der Alpenjäger: 37tes Werk Gedichtet von Friederich von Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. Wien: Cappi, [1825]. Engraved throughout. Publication date from New Grove. PN: Cappi C. u. C. No. 71.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.778 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Pilgrim.]
Der Pilgrim und Der Alpenjäger: 37tes Werk gedichtet von Friederich von Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. 1st ed., Titelauflage. Wien: Cappi, [1828]. Joseph Czerny C. u. C. No. 71. Deutsch 794, 588.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.778.3 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Polonaises, piano, 4 hands, D. 599.]
IV Polonaisen für das Piano-Forte zu vier Händen: 75tes Werk componirt von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1827]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.2650.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.439.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Quartets, strings, D. 804, A minor.]
Premier quatuor pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle: opus 29 par François Schubert. 1st ed. in score. Vienne: C.A. Spina, [1854]. PN: C.A. Spina C.S.10.410. Ref.: Deutsch 804.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.290.6 PHI Stamp on t.p.: London: Novello, Ewer.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Quartets, strings, D. 887, G major.]
Grand quatuor en sol pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle, oeuvre 161 composé par François Schubert. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1851]. PN: A. Diabelli 9099.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.293.1 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Romanze des Richard Löwenherz.]
Romanze des Richard Löwenherz: 86tes Werk aus Walter Scott's Jvanhoe; für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte; in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1828?]. Publication date from New Grove. German translation by K.L.M. Muller of: The Crusader's return. Engraved throughout. PN: A. Diabelli D. et. C. No. 2878. Ref.: Deutsch 907.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.788 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Rondos, piano, 4 hands, D. 608, D major.]
Notre amitié est invariable: rondeau pour le piano-forte à quatre mains, oeuvre 138 composé par François Schubert. [1st ed.]. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1834?]. PN: A. Diabelli D. et. C. No. 5419. Ref.: Deutsch 608.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.403 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Rondos, piano, 4 hands, D. 951, A major.]
Grand rondeau pour le piano-forte à quatre mains, oeuvre 107. Titelauflage. Vienne: Artaria, [1828?]. PN: Artaria 2969.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.41 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Rosamunde. Ballett (No. 2).]
Ballettmusik. I-II: aus dem Drama Rosamunde. Ouverturen und Entr'actes für das Orchester / Schubert; No. 6. [First edition]. Wien: C. A. Spina, 1867. PN: C. A. Spina C.S.19,404.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.610.12 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Rosamunde. Romanze. Vocal score.]
Gesänge zum Drama Rosamunde. Heft 1 gedichtet von Freyinn Wilhelmine v. Chezy; in Musik gesetzt mit Klavierbegleitung von Franz Schubert; 26. Werk. Wien: Sauer & Leidesdorf, [1824]. PN: Sauer & Leidesdorf S.L. 601.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.610.14 PHI Bookplates from E. Deutsch and A. v. Hoboken.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Rose.]
Die Rose. Gedicht von Fried. Schlegel. In Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. 73tes Werk. Wien: Ant. Diabelli u. Comp., [1827]. PN: Ant. Diabelli u. Comp. D. et C. No. 2490. Ref.: Deutsch 745.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.784 PHI Copy A has publisher's catalogue on p. 2-3. Copy B issued without catalogue.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Salve Regina, D. 676, A major.]
Drittes Offertorium: Salve Regina, mater misericordiae: Solo für Sopran, oder Tenor mit Begleitung von 2 Violinen, Viola, Violoncell u. Contrabass: mit willkührlicher Begleitung des Pianoforte anstatt des Quartetts: 153tes Werk componirt von Franz Schubert. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1845]. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C.No.7978. Ref.: Deutsch 676.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.580.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sänger.]
Der Säanger Ballade von Göthe; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 117tes Werk. [1st ed.]. Wien: J. Czerny, [1829]. PN: J. Czerny J.Cz.No.340. Ref.: Deutsch 149.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.787 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Schiffers Scheidelied.]
Schiffers Scheidelied von Fr. von Schober. Todtengräbers Heimweh von Craigher; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. Fr. Schubert's Nachlass; 24tes Heft. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1833]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.4272. Ref.: Deutsch 910, 842.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Schlachtlied, D. 912.]
Schlachtlied: Mit unserm Arm ist nichts gethan: in Musik gestezt für 8 Männerstimmen mit willkührlicher Begleitung des Pianoforte order der Physharmonica: 151tes Werk von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von Klopstock. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1845]. PN: A. Diabelli D. & C. No. 7974. Ref.: Deutsch 912.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.694 PHI B copy has stamps on cover: Orpheus, Boston; J. Eck & Lefebvre, Keulen, Amsterdam; C. Breusing, New York.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Schöne Müllerin]
Die schöne Müllerin: ein Cyclus von Liedern Gedichte von Wilhelm Müller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung dem Carl Freyherrn von Schönstein gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 25 Werk. 1st ed. Wien: Sauer & Leidesdorf, [1824]. PN: Sauer & Leidesdorf S. et L. 502; S. et L. 503; S. et L. 651; S. et L. 653; S. et L. 654. Ref.: Deutsch 795.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.715.10 PHI 5 v. bound together.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Schöne Müllerin.]
Die schöne Müllerin: ein Cyclus von Liedern für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1830]. German words by Wilhelm Müller. Published 1830. PN: A. Diabelli 3525-3529. Ref.: O.E. Deutsch, Musikverlags Nummern (Berlin: Verlag Merseburger, 1961).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.715.8 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Schwanengesang (Song cycle).]
Schwanengesang: in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; letztes Werk. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1829]. Vols. are paginated continuously: p. 1-44 (v. 1), p. 45-88 (v. 2). Each song has its own distinctive title page that includes the song's number in the cycle, as well as its title and plate number. Vol. 1 contains table of contents for both volumes. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.5371-T.H.5384.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.717.10 PHI Bound with his Winterreise, 1828.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sehnsucht, D. 636.]
Die Sehnsucht Gedicht von Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 39tes Werk. Wien: A. Pennauer, [1826]. At bottom of t.p.: Dieses Gesangstuck ist auch mit Begleitung der Guitarre eingerichtet zu haben. PN: A Pennauer 207.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.771 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 568, E flat major.]
Grande sonate pour le piano-forte: oeuvre 122 composée par Franç Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1835?]. "2. Fassung," with minuet, cf. Deutsch. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.5129. Ref.: Deutsch 568.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert piano works.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 575, B major.]
Grande sonate en si pour le piano: oeuvre 147 composée par François Schubert. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1846]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.7970. Ref.: Deutsch 575.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert piano works.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 664, A major.]
Sonate pour le piano-forte, oeuvre 120 composèe par François Schubert. Vienne: J. Czerny, [1829]. Cover-"Graben no. 1134." PN: J. Czerny J. Cz. 2656.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.429.12 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 784, A minor.]
Grande sonate pour le piano: oeuv. 143 par Fr. Schubert. [1st ed.]. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1839]. PN: A. Diabelli D.& C. No. 6566. Ref.: Deutsch 784.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert piano works.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 845, A minor.]
Premiere grande sonate: pour le piano forte: oeuvre 42 par François Schubert. 1st ed. Vienne: A. Pennauer, [1826]. PN: A. Pennauer 177. Ref.: Deutsch 845.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.430.27 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 845, A minor.]
Premiere grande sonate: pour le piano forte: oeuvre 42 par François Schubert. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1835]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et .No. 5209. Ref.: Deutsch, 845.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert piano works.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, D. 958-960.]
Franz Schubert's allerletzte Composition. Drei grosse Sonaten für das Piano-forte. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1839]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.3847-D.&C.No.3849.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.410 PHI Bound with 12 other Schubert piano works.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, 4 hands, D. 617, B flat major.]
Grande sonate: pour le pianoforte à quatre mains: oeuv. 30 composèe par François Schubert. [1st ed.]. Vienne: Sauer et Leidesdorf, [1823]. PN: Sauer et Leidesdorf S.et L.428.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.430.10 PHI In box with Première grande sonate pour le piano forte à quatre mains, 1832 (2nd ed.).
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, piano, 4 hands, D. 617, B flat major.]
Première grande sonate: pour le piano forte à quatre mains: oeuv. 30 par Franç Schubert. [2nd ed.]. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1832]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.3537.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.430.10 PHI Boxed with Grande sonate pour le pianoforte à quatre mains, 1823.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatas, violin, piano, D. 574, A major.]
Duo en la pour piano et violon, oeuvre 162 composé par François Schubert. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1851?]. PN: A. Diabelli D.& C.No. 9100.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.387.2 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Sonatinas, violin, piano, D. 408, G minor.]
Drei Sonatinen für Piano-Forte und Violine: op. 137, no. [3] componirt von Franz Schubert. [1st ed.]. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1836?]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et.C.No.5850. Ref.: Deutsch 408.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.391.45 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. English & German. Selections.]
Sieben Gesänge aus Walter Scott's Fräulein vom See: Op. 52 in Musik gesetzt mit Begleitung des Pianoforte und der Hochgebornen Frau, Frau Sophie Gräfin v. Weissenwolf, geborne Gräfin v. Breunner hochachtungsvoll, gewidmet von Franz Schubert. [1st ed.] Wien: Artaria, [1826]. Publication date from New Grove. No. 5 with German words only; all other with English and German words (no. 7 printed twice with German and English words respectively). Engraved throughout. PN: Artaria M.A. 813; M.A. 814. Ref.: New Grove, XVI:801; Deutsch 628; Hirsch, IV:530; O.E. Deutsch, "The Walter Scott songs," Music & Letters 9 (1928), p. 330-335.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.711.15 PHI Also a B copy of v. 2 only, with bookplate of Erich Deutsch.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Italian & German. Selections.]
Willkommen und Abschied / Gedicht von Geothe. An die Leyer: (nach Anacreon); Im Haine / Gedichte von Bruchmann: in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleithung des Pianoforte und gewidmet Herrn Carl Pinterics / von seinem Freunde Franz Schubert; 56tes Werk. Wien: A. Pennauer, [1826]. PN: A. Pennauer 258-259.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.722 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Erstausgaben aus der Wiener Zeitschrift, [1820-1832]. [Wien]: A. Strauss, 1820-1832. German words by various authors. Binder's title from containers. Published as Beylagen in issues of the Wiener Zeitschrift.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.703 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Schäfers Klagelied; Heidenröslein; Jägers Abendlied; Meeres Stille: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Goethe; [Musik] von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1821]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. et D. No. 768. Ref.: Deutsch.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.731 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Rastlose Liebe; Nähe des Geliebten; Der Fischer; Erster Verlust; und Der König in Thule: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte Gedichte von Goethe; in Musik gesetzt, und dem Wohlgebohrnen Herrn Anton Salieri...hochachtungsvoll gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 5tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1821]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli 789. Ref.: Deutsch 138, 162, 225, 226, 367.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.745 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Jüngling auf dem Hügel: 8tes Werk von Heinrich Hüttenbrenner; Sehnsucht, Erlasfsee und Am Strome von Mayrhofer; für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte in Musik gesetzt, und dem hochgebohrnen Herrn Joh. Carl Grafen Esterhàzy von Galantha...gewidmet von Franz Schubert. [First ed.]. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822]. Publication date from New Grove. Engraved throughout. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. et D. No. 872.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.758 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Wanderer von Schmidt v. Lübeck; Morgenlied von Werner; Wandrers Nachtlied von Goethe; für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte, in Musik gesetzt und S. Excellenz dem hochgeboren und hochwürdigsten Herrn Herrn Johann Ladislav Pyrker v. Felsö-Eör...in tiefer Ehrfurcht gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 4tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822-1823]. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. PN: Cappi und Diabelli 773; Cappi und Diabelli 1133. Ref.: Kat Hoboken, 23.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.770 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Memnon; Antigone und Oedip von J. Mayrhofer; Am Grave Anselmo's von Claudius; für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte in Musik gesetzt, und dem Wohlgebohrnen Herrn Michael Vogl...hochachtungsvoll gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 6tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli 790. Ref.: Deutsch 541, 542, 504.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.740 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Wanderer von Schmidt v. Lübeck; Morgenlied von Werner; Wandrers Nachtlied von Goethe; für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte, in Musik gesetzt und S. Excellenz dem hochgeboren und hochwürdigsten gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 4tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. et D. No. 773. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 489, 685, 224.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.770.3 PHI
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Die Forelle, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Schäfer u: der Reiter von Friedr: B: de la Motte Fouquè. Lob der Thränen von A: W: von Schlegel. Der Alpenjäger von Joh: Maÿerhofer; Für eine Singstime mit Begleitung des Piano=Forte in Musik gesetzt, und seinem Fruende Jos. Edlen von Spaun...gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 13tes Werk. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1822]. PN: A. Diabelli C. et D. 1162. Ref.: Deutsch 517, 711, 524.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.762 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Die abgeblühte Linde; Der Flug der Zeit vom Grafen Ludwig von Széchényi. Der Tod und das Mädchen von Claudius; für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte, 7tes Werk; in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. [1st ed.]. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, 1823. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. et D. No. 855; C. et. D. No. 1113. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 514 (1st work); 515 (2nd work); 531.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.754 PHI
Schubert, Franz., 1797-1828
[Songs. Selections.]
Drey Lieder: in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstime mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte, und gewidmet der Wohlgebohrnen Frau Justina Edlen von Bruchmann von Franz Schubert; 20tes Werk. Wien: Sauer u. Leidesdorf, [1823]. PN: Sauer u. Leidesdorf S.et L.234. Ref.: Deutsch 741, 686, 552. Hoboken 93.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.768 PHI Number stamped at head of title: 2245 M.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Die Liebe hat gelogen; Die selige Welt; Schwanengesang; Schatzgräbers Begehr: vier Gedichte in Musick gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano Forte von Franz Schubert; 23t Werk. Wien: Sauer & Leidesdorf, [1823]. Texts by Graf von Platen (1st work), J. C. Senn (2nd & 3rd works), and F. Schober (4th work). PN: Sauer & Leidesdorf S et L 367. Ref.: Deutsch 751, 743, 744, 761.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.774 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Auf der Donau; Der Schiffer; Wie Ulfru fischt von Johann Mayerhofer; Für eine Bassstime mit Begleitung des Pianoforte in Musik gesetzt und dem Verfasser der Gedichte gewidmet von seinem Freunde Franz Schubert; 21. Werk. Wien: Saur et Leidesdorf, [1823]. PN: Saur et Leidesdorf S et L 276. Ref.: Deutsch 553, 536, 525.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.767 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Drey Lieder: in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstime mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte, und gewidmet der Wohlgebohrnen Frau Justina Edlen von Bruchmann von Franz Schubert; 20tes Werk. Wien: M.J. Leidesdorf, [1823]. PN: M.J. Leidesdorf S. et L.231. Ref.: Deutsch 741, 686, 552.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
An Schwager Kronos; An Mignon; Ganymed: 19tes Werk Gedichte von Goethe; in Musik gesetzt für eine Sigstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, und dem Dichter Verehrungsvoll gewidmet von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1825]. Publication date from New Grove. Engraved throughout. PN: A. Diabelli D. et C. No. 1800. Ref.: Deutsch 369, 161, 544.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.766 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Schmetterling und Die Berge von Friedrich Schlegel. An dem Mond von Fr. v. Hölty; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert; 57tes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: Thad. Weigl, [1826]. PN: Thad. Weigl T. W. 2494-T. W. 2496. Ref.: Deutsch 633, 634, 193.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.732.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Hektors Abschied; Emma; Des Mädchens Klage Gedichte von Fried. Von Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert; 56tes [i.e. 58tes] Werk. 1st ed., earliest state of t.p. Wien: Thad. Weigl, [1826]. PN: Thad. Weigl T. W. 2491-T. W. 2493. Ref.: Deutsch 312, 113, 191.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.722.5 PHI B copy has op. no. corrected on t.p.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren von J. Mayrhofer. Der Wanderer von A. W. Schlegel. Aus Heliopolis von J. Mayrhofer; in Musick gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 65tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Czerny, [1826]. PN: Cappi und Czerny C.et Cz. 221. Ref.: Deutsch 360, 649, 753.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.745.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Vier Gedichte von Ruckert und Graf Platen: op. 59 in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano Forte von Franz Schubert. Wien: Sauer & Leidesdorf, [1826]. PN: Sauer & Leidesdorf 932. Ref.: Deutsch 756, 775, 776, 777.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Wanderer an den Mond; Das Zügenglöcklein; Im Freyen: 80tes Werk Gedichte von J. G. Seidl; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung der Piano=forte von Franz Schubert. Neue Ausg. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1827]. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.5028.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.732
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Wanderer an den Mond; Das Zügenglöcklein; Im Freyen: 80tes Werk Gedichte von J. G. Seidl; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung der Piano-forte von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1827]. PN: Haslinger T.H. 5028. Ref.: Deutsch.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.732.3 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Unglückliche Gedicht von Caroline Pichler, geb. v. Greiner. Die Hoffnung; Der Jüngling am Bache Gedichte von Fried. v. Schiller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, op. 87; von Franz Schubert. [First ed.]. Wien: A. Pennauer, [1827]. PN: A. Pennauer 330. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 713, 637, 638.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.731.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Die Sterne von Leitner. Jaegers Liebeslied von Schober. Wanderers Nachtlied von Göthe. Fischerweise von Schlechta; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano=Forte: op. 96 von Franz Schubert. [Titelauflage]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1828]. PN: A. Diabelli 3160. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 939, 909, 768, 881.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.740.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Heimliches Lieben; Das Weinen; Vor meiner Wiege von Leitner. An Sylvia von Shakespeare; in Musik gesetz für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1828]. PN: A Diabelli 3160. Publisher's no.: No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 922, 926, 927, 891.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.732.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Musensohn; Auf dem See; Geistes Gruss: drei Gedichte von Göthe: op. 92 in Musik gesetzt für Gesang mit Begleitung des Pianoforte...von Franz Schubert. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: M.J. Leidesdorf, [1828]. German words by J.W. v. Goethe. "2. Fassung," cf. Deutsch. PN: M.J. Leidesdorf M.I.L. 1014. Ref.: Deutsch 764, 543, 142.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
An die Nachtigall; Wiegenlied von Claudius. Iphigenia von Mayrhofer; für eine Singstimme mit Begl. Des Piano-Forte; in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; 98tes Werk. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1829]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.3315. Publisher's no.: Graben No. 1133. Ref.: Deutsch 497, 498, 573.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.744 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Uiber Wildemann von Ernst Schulze. Erinerung von Kosegarten. Todeskuss von Schober; in Musik gesetzt für Gesang mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; op. 108. [1st ed.]. Wien: M.J. Leidesdorf, [1829]. Caption titles: Todes Musick; Erinnerung. PN: M.J. Leidesdorf 1102. Ref.: Deutsch 884, 229, 758.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.744.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Am Bach im Frühlinge; Genügsamkeit; An eine Quelle: für eine Singstimme mit Begleit. des Pianoforte: 109tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; [Gedichte] von Claudius. [1st ed.]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1829]. Texts of works 1-2 are by F. v. Schober. PN: A. Diabelli D.et.C.No.3317. Ref.: Deutsch, 361, 143, 530.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.735.20 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Drey Gedichte: in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 111tes Werk. [1st ed.]. Wien: Czerny, [1829]. PN: J. Czerny J.Cz.No.335.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.735.15 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Sechs Gedichte in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 118tes Werk. Wien: J. Czerny, [1829]. Words to nos. 2 and 5 incorrectly attributed on cover. PN: J. Czerny J. Cz. No. 341. Ref.: Deutsch.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.714.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Das Lied im Grünen [Gedicht] von Reil. Wonne der Wehmuth von Göthe. Sprache der Liebe von Fr. v. Schlegel; 3 Gedichte in Musik gesetzt mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; op. 115. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: M.J. Leidesdorf, [1829]. PN: M.J. Leidesdorf 1152. Ref.: Deutsch 917, 260, 410.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Mondabend; Trinklied; Klaglied: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte: [op. 131] in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: J. Czerny, [1830]. German words by Kumpf (1st work), Castelli (2nd work) and Rochlitz (3rd work). PN: J. Czerny J.C.No.342. Ref.: Deutsch 141, 148, 23.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 800.1.744.10 PHI
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.744.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Im Abendroth von C. Lappe. Scene aus Faust; Mignons Gesang von Goethe; in Musikgestzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte von Franz Schubert. Fr. Schubert's Nachlass; 20stes Heft. 1st ed. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1832]. PN: A. Diabelli D. et. C. No.4268. Ref.: Deutsch 799, 126, 321.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with his Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Pilgerweise [Gedicht] von Schober. An den Mond in einer Herbstnacht von M. Schreiber. Fahrt zum Hades von Mayrhofer; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert. Fr. Schubert's Nachlass; 18tes Heft. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1832]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C. No.4018. Ref.: Deutsch 789, 614, 526.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with his Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Der Unglückliche Gedicht von Caroline Pichler, geb. V. Greiner. Die Hoffnung; Der Jüngling am Bache Gedichte von Fried. v. Schiller; in Musick gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano-forte von Franz Schubert; op. 87. [Titelauflage]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1835]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C. No. 5218. Ref.: Deutsch 713, 637, 638.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.731.6 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Die Sterne von Leitner. Jägers Liebeslied von Schober. Wanderers Nachtlied von Göthe. Fischerweise von Schlechta; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleit. des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; op. 96. Neue Ausgabe. [2nd ed.]. Wien: A. Diabelli und Comp., [1837]. PN: A. Diabelli und Comp. D. et C. No. 3160. Ref.: Deutsch 939, 909, 768, 881.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.740.12 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections.]
Prometheus; Wer kauft Liebesgötter?; Der Rattenfänger; Nachtgesang; An den Mond Gedichte von Goethe; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. Franz Schubert's nachgelassene musikalische Dichtungen für Gesang und Pianoforte; 47te Lieferung. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1850]. "Nachlass No. 47." PN: A. Diabelli D.& C.No.8836.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.700 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections; arr.]
[Lieder von Fr. Schubert]; für das Piano=forte übertragen von Fr. Liszt. Wien: T. Haslinger, [183-?]. Arranged for piano by Franz Liszt; originally for voice and piano. PN: T. Haslinger T.H.7575-T.H.7576; T.H.7684; T.H.7753; T.H.7760; T.H.7771.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 737.1.455 PHI Some vols. bound with other Liszt transcriptions of Schubert songs, published by Diabelli, some bound separately.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Songs. Selections; arr.]
Lieder von Fr. Schubert; für das Piano-forte übertragen von Fr. Liszt. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1838?]. Arranged for piano by Franz Liszt; with superlinear words in German. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.6531-6532; 6534-6535; 6537-6539; 6541; 8376.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 737.1.455 PHI Some vols. bound together with other Liszt transcriptions of Schubert songs, some publ. by T. Haslinger; some bound separately.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Ständchen, D. 920.]
Ständchen: Solo für eine Altstimme, nebst 2 Sopran und 2 Alt mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte: 135tes Werk in Musik gesetzt von Franz Schubert; Gedicht von Grillparzer. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1840]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.6266. Ref.: Deutsch 920.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.735.10 PHI Parts lacking.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Suleika, D. 717.]
Suleika's IIter Gesang aus dem westöstlichen Divan von Göthe. In Musik gesetzt, für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte und der Wohlgebornen Frau Anna Milder, Königl. Preuss. Hof Opern Sängerin gewidmet von Franz Schubert. 31. Werk. 1st ed. Vienne: A. Pennauer, [1825]. Engraved score. PN: Pennauer A.P. 133.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Suleika, D. 720.]
Suleika und Geheimes: aus dem westöstlichen Divan von Goethe: für eine Singstime mit Begleitung des Pianoforte in Musik gesetzt, und seinem Freunde Franz Ritter von Schober gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 14tes Werk. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822?]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C. et. D. No. 1163. Ref.: Deutsch 720, 719.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.764 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Symphonies, D. 759, B minor.]
Zwei Sätze der unvollendeten Sinfonie in H-moll: nachgelassenes Werk von Franz Schubert. Wien: C.A. Spina, 1867. PN: C.S. Spina C.S.19,138.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.92.3 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Symphonies, D. 944, C major.]
Symphonie C Dur: für grosses Orchester von Franz Schubert. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1849]. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 7954.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.101.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Tages Weihe.]
Des Tages Weihe: Hymne zur Namens- oder Geburtsfeier: in Musik gesetzt für Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Bass (Violin und Violoncell ad libitum) mit Begleit. des Pianoforte: op. 146 von Fr. Schubert. Kindliches Dankopfer; No. 6. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1842]. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.7140. Ref.: Deutsch 763.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.583.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Taucher, D. 77.]
Der Taucher: Ballade von Fried. von Schiller in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert. Franz Schubert's nachgelassene musikalische Dichtungen für Gesang und Pianoforte; 12 Lfg. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1831]. Publication date derived from O.E. Deutsch, Music publishers' numbers. Engraved throughout. Series t.p. printed in sepia, with the number 12 supplied in manuscript. PN: A. Diabelli D. et C. 3709.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with his Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrers Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Trinklied, D. 847.]
Trinklied aus dem 14ten Jahrhundert: aus dem Werke: Historische Antiquitäten von Rittgräff; in Musik gesetzt für 4 Männerstimmen mit willkührl. Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 155tes Werk. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1849]. 1st ed. has title error, 14th instead of 16th cent. PN: A. Diabelli D.&C.No.8873. Ref.: Deutsch, 847.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.596 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Trios, piano, strings, D.898, B flat major.]
Premier grand trio pour piano-forte, violon et violoncelle, oeuvre 99. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1836?]. PN: A. Diabelli 5847.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.335 PHI Includes parts for violin and violoncello.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Valses nobles.]
Valses nobles: pour le piano-forte seul, oeuvre 77 par François Schubert. Vienne: Tobie Haslinger, [1827]. PN: Tobie Haslinger T.H.4920.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.423.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Valses sentimentales.]
Valses sentimentales: pour le piano-forte: oeuv. 50 composées par François Schubert. 1st ed. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1825?]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.2073. Ref.: Deutsch 779.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.405.15 PHI Library has: 2 v.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Variationen über ein französisches Lied.]
Variationen über ein französisches Lied: für das Pianoforte auf vier Hände. [First ed.]. Wien: Cappi und Diabelli, [1822]. PN: Cappi und Diabelli C et D No. 996. Ref.: Deutsch, 624.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.407 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Variations, piano, D. 576, A minor.]
XIII Variationen uber ein Thema aus dem Violin-quartett No. 1 von Anselm Hüttenbrenner. nachgelassenes Werk, componirt im August 1817. Wien: Spina, 1867. PN: Spina C.S.19304.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.406.20 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Viola.]
Viola Gedicht von Schober; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Pianoforte Begleitung von Franz Schubert; 123tes Werk. [Erstausgabe]. Wien: A. Pennauer, [1830]. PN: A. Pennauer 484. Ref.: Deutsch 786.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.705 PHI Bound with Der Wanderer, Morgenlied, Wandrer's Nachtlied, et al.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Vocal music. Selections.]
Alinde; An die Laute; Zur guten Nacht: für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte, 81tes werk in Muisk gesetzt von Franz Schubert; Gedichte von Fried. Rochlitz. [1st ed.]. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1827]. Includes dedicatory page to F. Rochlitz from the publisher. PN: T. Haslinger T.H. 5029. Ref.: Deutsch 904, 905, 903.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.723.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Vocal music. Selections.]
Vier Gedichte von J.G. Seidl: 105tes Werk in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. [1st ed.]. Wien: J. Czerny, [1828]. PN: J. Czerny J. Cz.No.330-J. Cz.No.333. Ref.: Deutsch 865, 867, 878, 879.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.696.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Vocal music. Selections.]
Franz Schubert's nachgelassene musikalische Dichtungen für Gesang und Pianoforte. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1830-1851]. Binder's title: Schubert Lieder nachlass. Set of principally 1st editions of posthumously published songs and vocal music, 1830-1851. First vol., containing Lieferungen 1-5, has binder's title: Ossians Gesänge.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.700 PHI Multiple copies of some Hefte: 2 cop. of nos. 9-11, 14-16, 18, 21-23, 33; 3 cop. of nos. 17, 20; 4 cop. of no. 13. Lacking nos. 24, 34, 38. Most vols. in large box, with 4 other separately bound vols.: nos. 1-5 boxed; nos. 6-9, 13, 17-18, 21-23 bound together; nos. 13 and 47 each bound separately. Library has: Lieferungen: 1-23, 25, 27-33 [34?], 35-37, 39-50.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Wachtelschlag.]
Der Wachtelschlag = (Il canto della quaglia): In Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert; 68tes Werk. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1827]. 1st separate edition. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.2451. Ref.: Deutsch 742.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.775.5 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Waltzes, piano, D. 146.]
Letzte Walzer für das Pianoforte. 127tes Werk. 1st ed., earliest issue. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1830?]. No opus no. on title page (pencilled in). Cover title: Franz Schubert's letzte Walzer. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.3579.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.438.10 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Widerspruch.]
Vier Gedichte von J.G. Seidl: 105tes Werk in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. 1st ed. with parts (very rare). Wien: J. Czerny, [1828]. PN: J. Czerny J.Cz.No. 330. Ref.: Deutsch 865.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.696 PHI Label on cover: Bei Andr. Gitter in Augsburg.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Wiener Damen-Ländler.]
Wiener Damen-Ländler, pour le piano-forte, oeuv. 67. 1st ed. Vienne: A. Diabelli, [1826]. PN: A. Diabelli D.etC.No.2442. Ref.: Deutsch 734; Kat Hoboken, 290.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.438.7 PHI
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Winterreise.]
Winterreise von Wilhelm Müller; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von Franz Schubert. 89stes Werk. 1st ed. Wien: T. Haslinger, [1828]. 1. Abtheilung has nos. 1-12; 2. Abtheilung has nos. 13-24. PN: T. Haslinger 5101-5112; 5113-5124.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.717.10 PHI Bound with his Schwanengesang, 1829. Hand-written "Inhalt" glued in on inside front cover.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Works. 1884.]
Franz Schuberts Werke: kritisch durchgesehene Gesammtausgabe. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1884-97. Editors include Brahms, Brüll, Hellmesberger, and Mandyczewski. For complete contents, see A. H. Heyer, Historical sets, collected editions, and monuments of music, 3rd ed. (Chicago: ALA, 1980).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.1 PHI Library has: Series 3, 8, 9/1, 10, 14, 18-19 and the Revisionsbericht are lacking.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Zauberharfe. Ouvertüre.]
Ouverture zur Oper Rosamunde: op. 26 von Franz Schubert. Ouverturen und Entr'actes für das Orchester / componirt von Franz Schubert. Partiturausgabe. 1st ed. in score. Wien: C.A. Spina, 1867. PN: C.A. Spina S.19.102.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.612.3 PHI Stamp on t.p.: London: Novello, Ewer.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Zürnenden Diana.]
Die zürnende Diana; und Nachtstück gedichtet von Joh. Mayerhofer; in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Beleitung des Pianoforte und der Frau Katharina von Lacsny gebornen Buchwieser gewidmet von Franz Schubert; 36s Werk. 1st ed. Wien: Cappi, [1825]. PN: Cappi C.u.C. No.60. Ref.: Deutsch 707, 672.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Mus 800.1.776 PHI Stamp on cover: Wien : F.X. Ascher's Musikalien Handlung.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[Zwerg.]
Der Zwerg und Wehmuth. Zwey Gedichte in Musik gesetzt für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte und dem Verfasser derselben Herrn Mathaeus Edlen von Collin gewidmet von Franz Schubert. Op. 22. [First edition.]. Wien: Sauer et Leidesdorf, [1823]. PN: Sauer et Leidesdorf S et L 337.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.729.3 PHI Label on cover: Mainz in der Hofmusikhandlung von B. Schoots Sohnen.
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.
[23. Psalm.]
Psalm XXIII: für 2 Sopran und 2 Alt mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte: 132tes Werk componirt von Franz Schubert. Wien: A. Diabelli, [1832?]. PN: A. Diabelli D.et C.No.3182.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 800.1.585.5 PHI
Smetana, Bedřich, 1824-1884.
[Dalibor. Vocal score.]
Dalibor: zpěvohra o třech jednáních slova napsal Josef Wenzig; hudbu složil B. Smetana; klavírní úprava skladatelova. 1st ed., extremely rare. V Praze: Družstva ctitelů Bedřich Smetany, 1884. Czech words; libretto by Wenzig.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 810.3.640.5 PHI
Smetana, Bedřich, 1824-1884.
[Hubička. Vocal score. German & Czech.]
Hubička: prostonárodni opera = Der Kuss: Volksoper. [1st ed.]. Prag: A. Urbánek, [1880?]. Libretto by E. Krásnohorská; based on a story by K. Světlá. PN: F.A. Urbánek 24.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 810.3.635.5 PHI Original decorative wrappers bound in.
Smetana, Bedřich, 1824-1884.
[Prodaná nevěsta. Vocal score. Czech & German.]
Prodaná nevěsta: komická zpěvohra ve 3 jednánich dle libreta K. S složil; B. Smetana klavirní výtah se zpěvy upravil skladatel. V Praze: Grégra a F. Dattla, [1872?]. For date of issue see New Grove 17:403. Errata at end. Illustrated t.p.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 810.3.618.5 PHI A copy has one sheet of errata tipped in at end; it is uncorrected: bottom 2 staves on p. 104 have bass cleff instead of treble cleff. B copy has 2 p. of errata at end and the clef problem has been corrected.
Spohr, Louis, 1784-1859.
[Faust. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Faust; a lyric play in three acts. The libretto edited and translated by m. Maggioni, as represented at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden. [London]: T. Brettell, [185-?]. Original German libretto by J. C. Bernard. Ref.: New Grove Dictionary of Opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Spontini, Gaspare, 1774-1851.
[Vestale.]
La vestale: tragedie lyrique en trois actes de m. Jouy; mise en musique...par Gaspard Spontini. [1st ed.]. Paris: Chez Erard, [1808]. PN: Chez Erard 700.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 813.2.607 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Ägyptische Helena. Vocal score.]
Die ägyptische Helena; Oper in zwei Aufzügen von Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Op. 75. Vollständiger Klavierauszug mit Text von O. Singer. Berlin: Fürstner, c1928. PN: Fürstner A.7903 F. (vocal score); A.7916 F. (addenda/corrigenda).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.698.5 PHI PHI has only the Klavierauszug der Anderungen und Erganzungen (A.7916 F.), 1933.
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Arabella. Vocal score.]
Arabella; lyrische Komödie in drei Aufzügen von H. von Hofmannsthal. Op. 79. Klavierauszug mit Text von F. Wolfes. Berlin: F. Fürstner, [c1933]. PN: Fürstner A.8253 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.700 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Ariadne auf Naxos. Vocal score.]
Ariadne auf Naxos: Oper in einem Aufzuge: op.60 von Hugo von Hofmannsthal; Musik von Richard Strauss; zu spielen nach dem Bürger als Edelmann des Molière; Arrangement von Otto Singer; vollständiger Klavier-Auszug mit deutschem Text. 1st ed., 2nd issue. Berlin: Fürstner, c1912. Preceded by Der Bürger als Edelmann by Strauss, p. 5-59. First version of Ariadne auf Naxos. PN: A. Fürstner A.6303 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.696 PHI page numbering corrected.
Strauss, Richard, 1854-1949.
[Ariadne auf Naxos. Vocal score.]
Ariadne auf Naxos: Oper in einem Aufzüge: zu spielen nach dem Bürger als Edelmann des Molière: op.60 [Text] von Hugo von Hofmannsthal; Musik von Richard Strauss; Arrangement von Otto Singer; vollständiger Klavier-Auszug mit deutschem Text. Berlin: A. Fürstner, c1912. First version of the opera. Includes the incidental music for Der Bürger als Edelmann (p. [7]-59). PN: A. Fürstner A.6303 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.699 PHI Pages are numbered incorrectly (7-59; 5-195).
Strauss, Richard, 1854-1949.
[Capriccio. Stage guide.]
Capriccio: ein Konversationstück für Musik in einem Aufzug, Op. 85 von Clemens Krauss und Richard Strauss; Regieangaben nach den Erfahrungen der Uraufführung Staatsoper München, 28. Oktober 1942, von Rudolf Hartmann. Berlin-Grunewald: J. Oertel, c1943.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5375.15.83.10 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Capriccio. Vocal score.]
Capriccio; ein Konversationsstück für Musik in einem Aufzug von Clemens Krauss. Op. 85. Klavierauszug mit Text von Ernst Gernot Klussmann. Berlin-Grunewald: J. Oertel, c1942. PN: J. Oertel, 8453.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.630 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Daphne. Vocal score.]
Daphne; bukolische Tragödie in einem Aufzug von J. Gregor. Berlin: Fürstner, c1938. PN: Fürstner A.8383 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.700.40 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Elektra. Vocal score.]
Elektra: Tragoedie in einem Aufzuge, op. 58 von Hugo von Hormannsthal; Musik von Richard Strauss; Klvier-Auszug mit Text von Otto Singer. 1st ed. Berlin: Fuerstner, c1908. Based on Sophocles' Electra. 1st ed. of the piano-vocal score. Page [5] has lithograph signed C.L. PN: Fuerstner A. 5654 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.681 PHI Stamp on t.p.: C.G. Roeder Archiv.
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Friedenstag. Vocal score.]
Friedenstag: Oper in einem Aufzug: op. 81 von Joseph Gregor; Musik von Richard Strauss; Klavierauszug mit Text von Ernst Gernot Klussmann. Berlin: A. Fürstner, c1938. PN: A. Fürstner A.8363 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.610.5 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Liebe der Danae. Vocal score.]
Die Liebe der Danae, heitere Mythologie in drei Akten von Joseph Gregor; Musik von Richard Strauss. Op. 83. Klavierauszug mit Text von Ernst Gernot Klussmann. Berlin-Grunewald: J. Oertel, c1944. PN: J. Oertel 8403.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.605 PHI
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Rosenkavalier (Opera).]
Der Rosenkavalier: Komödie für Musik in drei Aufzügen: op. 59 von Hugo von Hofmannsthal; Musik von Richard Strauss. 1st ed. Berlin: A. Fürstner, c1910. At head of title: 36. PN: A. Fürstner A.5900 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.691.3 PHI copy #36.
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Rosenkavalier (Opera). Vocal score.]
Der Rosenkavalier: Komödie für Musik = Le chevalier a la rose: comedie musicale en trois actes: op. 59 von Hugo von Hofmannsthal; Musik von Richard Strauss; Arrangement von Otto Singer. [1st ed.]. Berlin: A. Fürstner, c1910. PN: A. Fürstner A.5903 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.691.4 PHI Parallel title in French on t.p. very rare state.
Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949.
[Schweigsame Frau. Vocal score.]
Die schweigsame Frau: komische Oper in drei Aufzügen frei nach Ben Jonson von Stefan Zweig. Op. 80. Klavierauszug mit Text von Felix Wolfes. Berlin: A. Fürstner, c1935. PN: A. Fürstner A.8303.8308 F.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 816.9.625 PHI

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Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893.
[Mazepa. Vocal score.]
Mazepa: opera v 3kh dieistviiakh: siuzhet' zaimstvovan iz' poemy Pushkina; muzyka P. Chaīkovskago. 1st ed. Moskva: P. Iurgenson, [188-]. Russian words (Cyrillic). Libretto by the composer and V.P. Burenin. Romanized title. PN: Pl. Iurgenson 5800-5819. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 828.1.652 PHI ornamental t.p.
Thesaurus musicus:
being, a collection of the newest songs, performed at His Magesties theatres, and at the Conforts in Viller-Street in York-buildings, and in the Charles-Street Covent-Garden: most of the songs being within the compass of the flute: with a thorow-bass to each song for the harpsichord, theorbo, or bass-viol composed by most of the ingenious masters of the town; the fourth book. London: Heptinstall, 1695. PN: Heptinstall B/K.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 505.15 PHI
Thomas, Ambroise, 1811-1896.
[Hamlet. Vocal score.]
Hamlet: opéra en cinq actes musique de Ambroise Thomas; paroles de Michel Carré et Jules Barbier; partition piano et chant; réduction par M. Vauthrot. Paris: Heugel, [1868?]. At head of title: Académie Impériale de Musique. Libretto based on Shakespeare's Hamlet. PN: Heugel H. 3582.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 824.6.661 PHI Inscribed by the composer.
Thomas, Ambroise, 1811-1896.
[Mignon; arr.]
Mignon: opéra en trois actes musique de Ambroise Thomas; partition piano solo par G. Bizet. Paris: Heugel, [1867?].At head of title: Théâtre Impérial de l'Opéra Comique. Libretto by Michel Carré and Jules Barbier, after Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. PN: Heugel H. 4692. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 824.6.642 PHI
Thomas, Ambroise, 1811-1896.
[Mignon. Vocal score.]
Mignon: opéra en trois actes musique de Ambroise Thomas; paroles de Michel Carré & Jules Barbier; partition piano et chant [par Auguste Bazille]. 1st ed. Paris: Heugel, [1866?]. Text based on Wilhelm Meister, by Goethe. PN: Heugel H.3445.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 824.6.641.5 PHI
Tosi, Pier Francesco, ca. 1653-1732.
[Opinioni de' cantori antichi e moderni.]
Opinioni de' cantori antichi, e moderni: o sieno, Osservazioni sopra il canto figurato di Pierfrancesco Tosi...Dedicate a Sua Eccellenze Mylord Peterborough. [Bologna: L. dalla Volpe, 1723]. Dedication to Mylord Peterborough: prelim. P. [3-5]. For variations in the different copies of this edition see Catalogo della biblioteca del Liceo musicale di Bologna, comp. da G. Gaspari. Ref.: RISM B/VI/2 p. 839.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 391.82.1 PHI
Tromlitz, Johann George, 1725-1805.
Ausführlicher und gründlicher Unterricht die Flöte zu spielen, von Johann George Tromlitz. Leipzig: A.F. Böhme, 1791. Ref.: RISM B/VI/2 p. 844.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 365.42.3 PHI

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Universal harmony, or, The gentleman & ladie's social companion:
consisting of a great variety of the best & most favourite English & Scots songs, cantatas &c. &c.: with a curious design by way of head piece expressive of the sense of each particulr. song: set to music for the voice, violin, hautboy, German & common flute, with a thorough base for the organ, harpsichd., spinet &c. by the best masters. London: printed for the proprietors & sold by J. Newbery, 1746. Engraved throughout.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 534.22 PHI

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Verdi, Giuseppem 1813-1901.
[Aïda. Vocal score.]
Aïda: opera in quattro atti versi di Antonio Ghislanzoni; musica di G. Verdi; [riduzione di Franco Faccio]. Milan: Ricordi, [1872?]. T.p. in color with ornamental border. PN: Ricordi 42602. See Hopkinson, Cecil, A bibliography of the works of Giuseppe Verdi (New York: Broude Bros., 1973-1978).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.648.7 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Aïda. Vocal score.]
Aida; opera in quattro atti. Versi di A. Ghislanzoni. [Riduzione di Franxo Faccio]. Milan: Ricordi, [1872?]. Some portions with double pagination. Colored lithographed t.p. PN: Ricordi 42486-42502.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.648.9 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Aroldo. Vocal score.]
Aroldo libretto in quattro atti di F.M. Piave; musica del maestro Giuseppe Verdi; riduzione per canto con accompto. Di pianoforte di Luigi ed Aleso. Truzzi. Milan: Ricordi, [1858]. A revised version of his opera Stiffelio. PN: Ricordi 29911-30.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.560.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Attila. Libretto. English.]
Attila: an opera in three acts the music by Giuseppe Verdi; the scenery by Charles Marshall; as represented at Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, 1848. Authorised ed. London: Pub. and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1848. Libretto by Temistocle Solera. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Ballo in maschera. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il ballo in maschera; a melo-dramatic opera, in three acts, with prologue. The words by N. Somma; the music by Verdi. London: G. Stuart, [185-?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Ballo in maschera. Vocal score.]
Un ballo in maschera: melodramma tragico in tre atti musica di G. Verdi; riduzione per canto e pianoforte di Luigi ed Alessandro Truzzi. Milan: Ricordi, [1860]. Libretto by A. Somma, based on Scribe's Gustave III. PN: Ricordi 31031-31059. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.678.7 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Don Carlos. Vocal score.]
Don Carlos; grand opéra en cinq actes. Poème de M. M. Méry et C. du Locle. Paris: L. Escudier, [1867?]. Libretto by Joseph Méry and Camille du Commun d Locle after the dramatic poem "Don Carlos, Infant von Spanien" by Friedrich Schiller. PN: L. Escudier L.E.2765.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.698 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Due Foscari. Libretto. English & Italian.]
I due Foscari = The two Foscari: a lyrical tragedy in three acts the music by Giuseppe Verdi; the scenery by Mr. Charles Marshall; as represented at Her Majesty's Theatre, 1848. Authorised edition. London: Published and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [Haymarket], 1848. Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Due Foscari. Vocal score.]
I due Foscari; melodramma lirico di Francesco Maria Piave, posto in musica da Giuseppe Verdi. Riduzione per canto con accompagnamento di pianoforte di L. Truzzi. 1st ed. Milan: Ricordi, [1845]. Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave after the poetic drama The two Foscari by Byron. PN: Ricordi 16797-16815. Ref.: Martin Chusid, A catalog of Verdi's operas (Hackensack, N.J.: Joseph Boonin, c1974).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.536.3 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Ernani. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Ernani, a lyrical drama, in four parts the music by Giuseppe Verdi; the scenery by Charles Marshall, as represented at Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket. Authorized ed. London: Pub. and sold in Her Majesty's Theatre, [1849?]. Libretto by Francisco Maria Piave.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Falstaff. Vocal score.]
Falstaff; commedia lirica in tre atti di A. Bolto. Canto e pianoforte riduzione di C. Carignani. 1st ed., earliest issue. Milan: G. Ricordi, c1893. PN: G. Ricordi 96000.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.671 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Giovanna d'Arco. Vocal score.]
Giovanna d'Arco; dramma lirico di Temistocle Solera ...Riduzione par canto con accompagnamento di pianoforte. Completo. 1st ed., 2nd issue. Milan: G. Ricordi, [1852?]. First performed in 1845, Milan. The libretto is based on Schiller's drama. Title vignette. PN: G. Ricordi 17171-17191. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.540.3 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Jérusalem. Vocal score.]
Jerusalem: opera en quatre actes paroles de MM. Al. Royer et G. Vaëz; musique de G. Verdi. Unrecorded 1st ed. Paris: Bureau central de musique, [1847?]. Libretto by A. Royer and G. Vaëz, principally a translation of T. Solera's original Italian text which formed the libretto of Verdi's I lombardi all prima crociata. PN: Bureau central de musique B.C. 1050.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.691.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Lombardi alla prima crociata. Libretto. English & Italian.]
I lombardi = The Lombards: a lyrical drama in four acts the music by Giuseppe Verdi; the scenery by Charles Marshall. Authorized ed. London: Pub. and sold at Her Majesty's Theatre, [1846?]. Text by T. Solera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Lombardi alla prima crociata. Vocal score.]
I Lombardi alla prima crociata; dramma lirico in quattro atti di Temistocle Solera. Riduzione per canto con accompagnamento di pianoforte dei maestri L. Truzzi e P. Tonassi. 1st ed., earliest issue. Milan: G. Ricordi, [1843?]. PN: G. Ricordi 14531-14555.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.690.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Macbeth. Vocal score. French.]
Macbeth: grand opéra en cinq actes poème imité de Shakespeare par M.M. Nuitter & Beaumont; musique de G. Verdi; partition réduite pour piano et chant par Ed. Mangin. 2nd version, 1st ed. Paris: L. Escudier. [1865?]. Original libretto in Italian by Piave. At head of title: Théâtre Lyrique Impérial. PN: L. Escudier L.E. 2442.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.527 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Messa da Requiem. Vocal score.]
Pour l'anniversaire de la mort de Alessandre Manzoni, 22 Mai 1874, Messe de requiem. Á quatre parties principales, soprano, mezzo-soprano, ténor, basse & choeur composée par G. Verdi...Réduction pour chant & piano par M. Saladino. 1st French ed. Paris: Léon Escudier, [1874?]. PN: Léon Escudier L.E. 3382.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.403.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Messa da Requiem. Vocal score.]
Messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi; riduzione per canto e pianoforte di Michele Saladino; traduzione italiana, versi del Angelo Fava; prosa del Claudio Borri. 1st ed. Milan: Ricordi, [1874?]. The first version in which the "Liber scriptus" is for chorus, only. Added ti.p. (in color): Per l'anniversario della morte di Alessandro manzoni XXII maggio MDCCCLXXIV: messa da Requiem di Giuseppe Verdi; quattro parti principali, soprano, mezzo soprano, tenore, basso, coro. Issued without pl. no. PN: Ricordi 44004.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.403.3 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Oberto, conte di San Bonifacio. Libretto.]
Oberto, conte di S. Bonifacio: dramma in due atti da rappresentarsi nell'I. R. Teatro alla Scala l'autunno 1839. Milano: Per Gaspare Truffi, 1839. Libretto for the premiere performance, 17 Nov. 1839. "Musica del maestro sig. Verdi Giuseppe. Le scene sono d'invenzione ed esecuzione dei signori Cavallotti Baldassare e Menozzi Domenico"-p. [4]. Libretto by Temistocle Solera. "Primo violino, capo e direttore d'orchestra sig. Cavallini Eugenio...Primo violino per I balli sig. De Bayllou Giuseppe"-p. [5]. "Editore dei cori sig. Granatelli Giulio. Editore della musica sig. Giovanni Ricordi...Capi sarti da uomo sig. Felisi Antonio, da donna sig. Paolo Veronesi"-p. [6]. Includes cast list. Includes stage directions. Ref.: New Grove Opera, IV:945.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 585.513.20 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Otello. Libretto.]
Otello: dramma lirico in quattro atti versi di Arrigo Boito; musica di Giuseppe Verdi. Milano: Ricordi, [1887?]. Based on William Shakespeare's Othello. "Teatro alla Scala carnevale=quaresima 1886-87."
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 585.513.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Otello. Vocal score.]
Otello: dramma lirico in quattro atti versi di Arrigo Boito; musica di Giuseppe Verdi; riduzione di Michele Saladino [per] canto e pianoforte. 1st ed., unrecorded earliest issue. Milan: G. Ricordi, [1887]. Without first performance information on t.p. PN: G. Ricordi 51023.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.651 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Otello. Vocal score. French.]
Othello: drame lyrique en quatre actes de Arrigo Boïto; musique de Giuseppe Verdi; version française de Camille Du Locle et A. Boïto; partition pour chant et piano, arrangement de M. Saladino. 1st French ed. Milan: G. Ricordi, [1894?]. At head of title: Académie nationale de musique. 1st appearance in print of the ballet music. PN: G. Ricordi 51635.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.655.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Rigoletto. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Rigoletto: a lyric drama, in three acts the music by Verdi; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni, as represented at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden. [London]: Printed and published for the Royal Italian Opera by J. Miles & Co., [1863?]. Libretto written by Francesco Maria Plave; based on Victor Hugo's Le roi s'amuse.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Rigoletto. Vocal score.]
Rigoletto; Melodramma di F.M. Piave. Musica del maestro G. Verdi. Riduzioni per canto con accomp. di pfte. di Luigi Truzzi. 1st ed., 3rd issue. Milan: G. Ricordi, [1852]. PN: G. Ricordi 23071-23090.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.559 PHI 1st ed., 3rd issue.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Simon Boccanegra. Libretto.]
Simon Boccanegra: melodramma in un prologo e tre atti di F. M. Piave; musica di G. Verdi. Milano: R. Stabilimento Ricordi, [1881]. "Teatro all Scala stagione 1880-81, impressa fratelli Corti." Includes cast list.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 589.350.9 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Traviata. Libretto. English & Italian.]
La traviata: Violetta: a serious opera in three acts the words by Francesco Maria Piave; the music by Giuseppe Verdi; performed at Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket. London: Printed and sold by G. Stuart, [185-?]. Libretto by F.M. Piave, after Dumas' play La Dame aux camélias. Ref.: New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Trovatore. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il Trovatore = The troubadour: a lyric drama in four acts the music by Verdi; the libretto edited and translated by Manfredo Maggioni. [London]: Printed, published, and sold exclusively by T. Brettell, [185-?]. Original libretto by Cammarano. Includes cast list for performances in 1856 and 1862.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Trovatore. Vocal score.]
Il trovatore: dramma in quattro parti di Salvadore Cammarano posto in musica dal maestro Giuseppe Verdi; riduzione per canto e piano di L. Truzzi. 1st ed. Milan: Ricordi, [1853]. Libretto by S. Cammarano after A. García Gutiérrez's drama, El trovador. Engraved score; illustrated t.p. (lithograph) by F. Ratti. PN: Ricordi 24842-24863 (variously prefaced and followed by the letters K, S, H, N, and RR).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.571.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Trovatore. Vocal score. French.]
Le trouvère: grand opéra en quatre actes: représenté sur le Théâtre de l'Opéra Impériale traduction française de mr. Emilien Pacini; musique de G. Verdi. 1st ed., rev. version. Paris: Léon Escudier, [1857?]. Libretto by S. Cammarano. Cast listed in prelim. pages. PN: Léon Escudier L.E. 1648. Ref.: Loewenberg, Annals of opera.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.582 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Vêpres siciliennes. Libretto. French.]
Les vêpres siciliennes. Opéra en cinq actes. Paroles de MM. E. Scribe et Ch. Duveyrier. Musique de M. Verdi. Paris, M. Lévy frères, 1855.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 6 of 6.
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Vêpres siciliennes. Vocal score.]
Les vêpres siciliennes: gd. opéra en 5 actes poème de MM E. Scribe et G. Duveyrier; musique de G. Verdi; accompagt. De piano par H. Potier. [1st ed.]. Paris: L. Escudier, [1855?]. PN: L. Escudier L.E.1500.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.547.5 PHI
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
[Vêpres siciliennes. Vocal score.]
Les vêpres siciliennes: gd. opera in 5 actes poème de MM. E. Scribe et G. Duveyrier; musique de G. Verdi; accompagt. De piano par H. Potier; partition piano et chant. Paris: Leon Escudier, [1855?]. First French ed. of the 2nd version, with an additional aria on p. 407-409. PN: Léon Escudier L. E. 1578. Ref.: Cecil Hopkinson, A Bibliography of the works of Giuseppe Verdi (New York: Broude Bros., 1973-1978), 56A(a).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 857.1.547.7 PHI

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Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Lohengrin. Vocal score.]
Lohengrin: romantische Oper in drei Akten von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Theodor Uhlig. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1851]. Libretto by the composer: p. 1-10 (1st sequence). 1st ed., 1st printing has price: 8 Thaler; late printing has price M. 24.--. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 8411. Ref.: Wagner Werk-Verzeichnis (Mainz, New York: Schott, 1986), 70/Musik, XIII.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.429.5 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Libretto.]
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1868.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 583.218.4 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Vocal score.]
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Tausig. 1st ed. Mainz: Schott, [1868?]. Libretto by the composer. Prelude arranged by Hans von Bülow. Only 150 copies printed. PN: Schott 18975.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.515 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Operas. Librettos. Selections.]
Drei Operndichtungen nebst einer Mittheilung an seine Freunde als Vorwort von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1852.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.610 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Parsifal. Libretto.]
Parsifal: ein Bühnenweihfestspiel von Richard Wagner. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1877.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 586.144.2 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Parsifal. Vocal score.]
Parsifal: ein Bühnenweihfestspiel von Richard Wagner, vom Orchester für das Klavier übertragen von Joseph Rubinstein. 1st ed., earliest issue, uncorrected. Mainz: Schott, [1882?]. Libretto by the composer. PN: Schott 23406.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.713 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Rienzi. Vocal score.]
Rienzi, der Letzte der Tribunen: grosse tragische Oper in 5 Acten von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Clavierauszug. 1st ed. Dresden: C.F. Meser, 1844. Libretto by the composer, after the novel by E. Bulwer-Lytton and M.R. Mitford. Dedication p. following t.p.: "Seiner Majestät Friedrich August, Koenig von Sachsen, in teifster Ehrfurcht zugeeignet." Engraved score; lithographed t.p. PN: C.F. Meser 276.I; 276.II. Ref.: Wagner Werk-Verzeichnis (Mainz, New York: Schott, 1986), 49/Musik, XII; New Grove.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.303.5 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Ring des Nibelungen. Götterdämmerung. Vocal score.]
Götterdämmerung von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. 1st ed., earliest issue. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhnen. [1875]. Libretto by the composer. PN: B. Schott's Söhnen 21500.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.678 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Ring des Nibelungen. Rheingold. Vocal score.]
Das Rheingold von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. 1st ed., 2nd issue. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, [1861]. Libretto by the composer. PN: B. Schott's Söhne 16152.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.572 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Ring des Nibelungen. Siegfried. Vocal score.]
Siegfried von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. 1st ed. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, [1871]. PN: B. Schott's Söhne 20326. Ref.: Horst F. G. Klein, Erstdrucke der musikalischen Werke von Richard Wagner (Tutzing: Schneider, 1983), p. 47.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.640 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Ring des Nibelungen. Walküre. Vocal score.]
Die Walkure von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth. 1st ed., earliest issue. Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, [1865]. PN: B. Schott's Söhne 17995.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.588 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Tannhäuser.]
Tannhäuser und Der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg von Richard Wagner. Dresden: C.F. Meser, [1860]. Libretto by the composer. First engraved full score, giving the second version, earliest issue. PN: C.F. Meser M.670. Ref.: Wagner Werk-Verzeichnis (Mainz, New York: Schott, 1986), 70, p. 282.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.367 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Tannhäuser Libretto.]
Tannhäuser und der Sängerkreig auf Wartburg. Grosse romantische Oper in drei Akten von Richard Wagner. Dresden: C.F. Meser, 1845 [i.e.1847?]. This edition, although dated 1845 on the title-page, contains the appearance of Venus at the end of act 3, which Wagner did not write in until April of 1847.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 590.109 PHI on spine: Zweiten Fassung, 1845 (1847).
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Tannhäuser. Libretto.]
Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg: grosse romantische Oper in drei Akten von Richard Wagner. Dresden: C.F. Meser, 1845 [1853?]. "Dritten Fassung"-container spine.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 590.109.5 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Tannhäuser. Vocal score.]
Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg: romantische Oper in drei Acten: vollständiger Clavierauszug von Richard Wagner. 2nd ver., 1st ed. Dresden: C.F. Meser, [1852]. Libretto by the composer. Engraved throughout. PN: C.F. Meser 325. Ref.: Wagner Werk-Verzeichnis (Mainz, New York: Schott, 1986), 70/Musik, XXII; Cecil Hopkinson, Tannhäuser, an examination of 36 editions ([Tutzing]: Schneider, 1973).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.374.3 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Tannhäuser. Vocal score. French.]
Tannhäuser: opera en trois actes poëme & musique de Richard Wagner; partition chant et piano arrangée par E. Vauthrot. 3rd ver., 1st ed. Paris: G. Flaxland, [1861?]. Paris version, rev. by the composer 1860-61. Publication date derived from A. Devriès and F. Lesure, Dictionnaire des éditeurs de musique français (Genève: Minkoff, 1979-1988). PN: Flaxland G.F. 435.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.392 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Tristan und Isolde. Vocal score.]
Tristan und Isolde von Richard Wagner; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Hans von Bülow. 1st ed. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1859]. Libretto by the composer. Publication date derived from O.E. Deutsch, Music publisher's numbers (London: Aslib, 1946). Engraved throughout. PN: Breitkopf & Härtel 9942.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 864.1.467 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Beethoven, von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: E. W. Fritzsch, 1870.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 1512.740.2 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Bericht an den Deutschen Wagner-Verein über die Umstände und Schicksale, welche die Ausführung des Bühnenfestspieles "Der Ring des Nibelungen" begleiten. Von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: Commissions-Verlag von E. W. Fritzsch, 1872.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.761 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Deutsche Kunst und deutsche Politik. Von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1868.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.443 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Gesammelte Schriften und Dichtungen. Leipzig: E.W. Fritzsch, 1871-1883.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.30 PHI 9 v. bound in 5.
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Das Judenthum in der Musik. Von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1869.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.448 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Die Kunst und die Revolution. Leipzig: O. Wigand, 1849.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.460 PHI bound with his Das Kunstwerk der Zukunft, et al.
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Das Kunstwerk der Zukunft. Von Richard Wagner. 1st ed. Leipzig: O. Wigand, 1850. Dedication to Ludwig Feuerbach p. ii-viii (left out of subsequent editions).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.460 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Oper und Drama von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1852.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.480 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Oper und Drama von Richard Wagner. 2., durchgesehene Aufl. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1869.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.482 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Ouverture zu Tannhäuser. Zurich: Schulthess'sche Offizin, [1852]. Program notes.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.813 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Über Schauspieler und Sänger von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: E.W. Fritzsch, 1872.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.540 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Ueber die Aufführung des Bühnenfestspieles Der Ring des Nibelungen. Eine Mittheilung und Aufforderung an die Freunde seiner Kunst von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: E. W. Fritzsch, 1871.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.714 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Ueber die Bestimmung der Oper Ein akademischer Vortrag, von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: E.W. Fritzsch, 1871.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.530 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
[Literary works.]
Richard Wagners gesammelte Schriften; hrsg. von Julius Kapp. Deutsche Klassiker-Bibliothek. Richard Wagners gesammelte Schriften und Briefe. Leipzig: Hesse & Becker, [1914]. Some of the plates are printed on both sides. A list of "Herausgeber und Mitarbeiter" at the beginning of each of the five volumes.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.43 PHI 14 v. bound in 5 v.
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Die Wibelungen. Weltgeschichte aus der Sage. Leipzig: Otto Wigand, 1850.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.460 PHI bound with his Das Kunstwerk der Zukunft, et al.
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Das Wiener Hof-Operntheater von Richard Wagner. Wien: C. Gerold & Sohn, 1863. "Separat-Abdruck aus dem 'Botschafter'."
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.558 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
"Zukunftsmusik." Brief an einen französischen Freund als Vorwort zu einer Prosa-Uebersetzung seiner Operndichtungen von Richard Wagner. Leipzig: J.J. Weber, 1861. A letter from Wagner to M. Frédéric Villot.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5660.561 PHI
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883.
Zwei Briefe von Richard Wagner. i. Brief an den Redacteur d. Neuen Zeitschr. f. Musik [Franz Brendel]. ii. Brief an Franz Liszt (über die Goethe-Stiftung). Leipzig: Bruno Hinze, 1852.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 5661.355 PHI
Weber, Carl Maria von, 1786-1826.
[Abu Hassan. Vocal score.]
Abu Hassan: Oper in einem Act. Gedicht von J.F. Hiemer; Musik von Carl Maria von Weber; vollständiger Clavierauszug vom Componisten. 1st ed. Bonn: N. Simrock, [1819]. Libretto by J.F. Hiemer after the The 1001 nights. PN: N. Simrock 1661. Ref.: Hirsch IV, 1289.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 865.1.642.5 PHI
Weber, Carl Maria von, 1786-1826.
[Euryanthe. Vocal score.]
Euryanthe: grosse romantische Oper in 3 Aufzügen Dichtung von Helmine von Chezy, geb. Freyinn von Klencke; in Musik gesetzt...von Carl Maria von Weber...; Vollständiger vom Componisten verfertigter Clavier-Auszug. 1st ed., earliest issue. Wien: S.A. Steiner und Comp, [1824?]. PN: S.A. Steiner und Comp. S:u:C:4519-S:u:C:4545.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 865.1.653 PHI
Weber, Carl Maria von, 1786-1826.
[Freischütz. Libretto. English & Italian.]
Il franco arciero = Der Freischütz: a lyric drama in three acts the music by Weber; with recitatives by Hector Berlioz; as represented at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden. [London]: T. Brettell, [1850?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 570.3 PHI bound in v. 2 of 6.
Weber, Carl Maria von, 1786-1826.
[Freischütz. Vocal score.]
Der Freischütz: romantische Oper in 3 Aufzügen Dichtung von Friedrich Kind; in Musik gesetzt von Carl Maria von Weber; Klavier Auszug vom Componisten. Berlin: Schlesinger, [1821]. Based on J.A. Apel's story of the same name. Publication date from Hirsch (New Grove 20:261 dates ed. 1822). PN: Schlesinger 1088; Schlesinger 1078. Ref.: Hirsch IV, 1291.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 865.1.637 PHI
Weber, Carl Maria von, 1786-1826.
[Oberon. Vocal score.]
Oberon, or, The elf king's oath: the popular romantic and fairy opera ...the poetry by J.R. Planché; composed and arranged with an accompaniment for the piano forte by Carl Maria von Weber. London: Welsh & Hawes, [1826]. PN: Welsh & Hawes 31066. Pl. nos.: 3106-3123, 2133, 3125-3127, 2140, 2142.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 865.1.684 PHI uncut and unbound, in 3 separate parts, as issued; part 2 lacks t.p.
Weideman, Charles Frederick, d. 1782.
[Duets, flutes (2), op. 6.]
Six duetts for two German flutes, opera sexta composed by Mr. Weideman. London: Harrison, [178-?]. PN: Harrison (22); (23).
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 865.457.383 PHI
Wiener Zeitschrift für Kunst, Literatur, Theater und Mode.
Vienna: [A. Strauss, 1816-1846]. Published as three numbers of text each week plus one col. Plate of a fashion print. Some issues have folded sheets of music. Began publication in 1816, ceased in 1846. Collated into quarterly volumes with t.p. and table of contents. Description based on: 39 (1. Apr., 1830); title from caption. Ref.: Union List of Serials.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 23.13 PHI Library has: 1820, Jan.-June; 1827, April-September; 1828, full year.
Wolf, Hugo, 1860-1903.
[Corregidor. Vocal score.]
Der Corregidor: Oper in vier Acten von Hugo Wolf; Text nach einer Novelle des Alarcon von Rosa Mayreder-Obermayer; vollständiger Klavierauszug von Komponisten. 1st ed., earliest issue. Mannheim: K. F. Heckel, [c1896].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 868.1.657 PHI
Wolf, Hugo, 1860-1903.
[Goethe-Lieder.]
Gedichte von Goethe: für eine Singstimme und Klavier von Hugo Wolf. Leipzig: C.F. Peters, [1912?]. Words principally in German, some with English translations; all by Goethe. Title from cover.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 868.1.712 PHI original wrappers bound in.
Wolf, Hugo, 1860-1903.
[Songs. Selections.]
Lieder nach verschiedenen Dichtern: für eine Singstimme und Klavier von Hugo Wolf. Original-Ausgabe. Leipzig: Peters, [1915]. Words principally in German; some with English translations. "Edition Peters"-cover. PN: Peters 9159-9168; 9357/9941; 3000/3015.
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 868.1.707.5 PHI
Wolf, Hugo, 1860-1903.
[Spanisches Liederbuch.]
Spanisches Liederbuch: nach Heyse und Geibel, für eine Singstimme und Klavier componirt 1889-1890 von Hugo Wolf. Gesammt-Ausg. Mannheim: K. Ferd. Heckel, [1917?].
LOCATION: Loeb Music: Merritt Room Mus 868.1.705.5 PHI 1895 plates; c1917.

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