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Trio S.T.B. 0
Duet s.s. 0
Duet s.s. 1
202 O spare your daughter (Jephtha) Quartett. 0 9
203 O first created beam (Samson)
32 O death, where is thy sting (Messiah)
and Chorus, thanks (Messiah)
33 0 thou that tellest (Messiah)
53 On Thee each living soul (Creation)
111 O Father, whose Almighty (Judas)
112 O never bow we down (Judas)
113 O lovely peace (Judas)
79 Vouchsafe, O Lord (Dettingen)
O Lord, in thee (Dettingen)
300 O fairest of ten thousand (Saul)
301 O fatal consequence of rage (Saul)
302 In sweetest harmony (Saul)
128 To thee all angels (Dettingen) Chorus 3.T.B.
129 To thee cherubin (Dettingen)
130 The glorious company (Dettingen) Chorus 0
131 Thine honourable true (Dettingen) Chorus
Thou art the King (Dettingen) Solo B. & Cho.
132 Thou sittest (Dettingen)
204 These labours past (Jephtha)
205 Then shall they know (Samson)
206 Then round about (Samson)
207 To dust his glory (Samson)
208 Traitor to love (Samson)
310 Throughout the land (Solomon)
314 To long posterity (Joshua)
315 The Lord commands (Joshua)
316 The Great Jehovah (Joshua)
359 The flocks shall leave (Acis)
David his ten thousand slew (Saul)
6 321 We with redoubled rage (Joshua)
363 Wretched lovers (Acis)
1 6 364 Your voices tune (Alexander's Feast)
0323 Ye sons of Israel (Joshua)
378 See the Proud chief (Deborah)
362 Thais led the way (Alexander's Feast)
Air, s. & Chorus
54 The marv'lous works (Creation) Air s. & Cho.
55 The Heavens arc telling (Creation) Chorus
56 The Lord is great (Creation) Trio & Chorus 1
35 The Lord gave the word (Messiah) Chorus 06
7 How beautiful are the feet (Messiah)
Their sound is gone out (Messiah) Chorus) 365 Overture (Acis and Galatea)
(Israel) Chorus 0 9 366 Overture (Alexander's Feast)
(Israel) Duet s.s.
(Israel) Duet B.B.
118 They loathed to drink
119 The Lord is my strength
120 The Lord is a man of war
121 The depths have covered
401 The trumpets loud clangour (Ode on St.
T. Solo & Chorus
Chorus 1 0
122 Thy right hand, O Lord (Israel) Chorus 1
123 And in the greatness (Israel)
Thou sentest forth thy wrath (Israel)
124 Who is like unto thee (Israel)
The earth swallowed them (Israel)
125 The people shall hear (Israel)
120 Thou, in thy mercy (Israel)
3 324 Overture (Solomon)
325 Sinfonia (Solomon)
326 Overture (Saul)
Chorus 2 0 403 Overture and March (Ode on St. Cecilia's Day) 0
Duet s.T. 09 400 Overture (Deborah)
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Favourite Songs, Duets, Trios, Quartetts, and Choruses,
HANDEL, HAYDN, AND MOZART,
WITH AN ACCOMPANIMENT FOR THE ORGAN OR PIANOFORTE
And God made the firmament (Creation)
411 Angels ever bright and fair
58 Arm, arm, ye brave (Judas)
We come in bright array (Judas)
218 O Lord, whose mercies (Saul)
A serpent in my bosom (Saul)
219 As great Jehovah lives (Saul)
Wisest and greatest (Saul)
220 Author of peace (Saul)
221 Awful pleasing being (Joshua)
222 As cheers the sun (Joshua)
328 As when the Dove (Acis)
381 Awake the Ardour of thy breast
0 6 239 Heroes, when with glory (Joshua)
6 333 Heart, the seat of soft delight (Acis)
9 240 Happy, oh! thrice happy they (Joshua)
334 Holy, holy, Lord God Almighty
332 Hush, ye pretty warbling choir (Acis) Air s.
6 385 How lovely is the blooming fair
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64 How vain is man (Judas)
230 Every sight these eyes behold (Solomon)
61 From mighty kings (Judas)
62 Father of Heaven (Judas)
138 Freedom now once more (Jephtha)
139 First perish thou (Jephtha)
140 Farewell ye limpid springs (Jephtha)
141 Freely I to heaven resign (Jephtha)
231 Fell rage and black despair (Saul)
232 O let it not in Gath be heard (Saul)
From this unhappy day (Saul)
233 Fly, malicious spirit, fly (Saul)
142 God of our Fathers (Samson)
143 Great Dagon has subdued (Samson)
234 Golden columns (Solomon)
5 He shall feed his flock (Messiah)
6 He was despised (Messiah)
63 He layeth the beams (Israel)
335 He sung Darius, great and good
387 Impious mortal, cease to brave us
388 In the battle fame pursuing (Deborah)
151 Joys that are pure (Samson)
9 152 Just are the ways of God (Samson)
154 Loud as the thunder's awful (Samson)
153 Laud her, all ye virgin train (Jephtha)
0155 Let the bright Seraphim (Samson)
0 9 410 Lord, remember David
0 9 412 Lord, what is man
0 6 245 Love from such a parent (Saul)
Air s. or T. 0 6
Air s. or T. 0 6
0 9 336 Love, in her eyes sits playing (Acis)
09 337 Love sounds the alarm (Acis)
6 156 My faith and truth Air s. & cho. of virgins.
157 My strength is from (Samson)
246 While yet thy tide (Saul)
My soul rejects the thought (Saul)
65 No unhallowed desire (Judas)
41 Now Heaven in fullest (Creation)
40 Now vanish before (Creation)
Despairing, cursing rage (Creation)
6 247 No, no, cruel father, no (Saul)
O Lord, whose providence (Saul)
248 No, no, let the guilty tremble (Saul)
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A Collection of popular Glees and Madrigals, in Vocal Score, with ad. lib. Accompaniment
COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES,
Handsomely Bound in Cloth, Gilt Lettering, price 8s. each Volume.
PREFACE TO THIRD AND LAST VOLUME.
IN the Three Volumes of Novello's "Glee-Hive" are stored EIGHTY-THREE of the best Glees and Madrigals,
they are presented in a convenient and portable form, at a price to place them within the power of every Glee-
lover who may wish to possess them. Classes will be enabled to select many programmes of sufficient variety from
this selection; and it is hoped that many a summer-ramble and picnic will be made "most musical" by the
presence of Novello's "Glee-Hive" well used. It should be remembered that the effect on these latter occasions
is better produced by some familiar favorite, courageously trolled forth by those who feel at ease by frequent
rehearsal, than by some less-well-executed novelty; it is, therefore, deemed that the present collection is sufficiently
extensive, but if, in the course of time, a further extension should be needed, the weekly issue can be then resumed.
2 All creatures now (Madrigal, S.S.A.T.B.) John Benet. 4d. 49 If sadly thinking, and spirits sinking (Glee, S.A.T.B.)
31 Are the white hours for ever fled (Glee, A.T.T.B.)
Samuel Harrison. 2d.
Dr. Callcott. 4d. 40 In pride of May (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.B.) T. Weelkes. 2d.
44 Arise, awake (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.B.) Thomas Morley. 3d. 42 I sigh, as sure to wear the fruit (Madrigal, S.A.T.B.)
7 As it fell upon a day (Glee, s.a.t.b.)
F. Pilkington. 2d.
Earl of Mornington. 4d. 33 It was a lover and his lass (Glee, s.s.A.T.B.)
58 As on a Summer's Day (Glee, A.T.T.B.) J. S. Smith. 4d.
R. J. S. Stevens. 2d.
9 As now the shades of eve (Glee, s.s.A.B.) Dr. Cooke. 3d. 65 In going to my lonesome bed, (Madrigal, S.A.T.B.
28 As Vesta was (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.T.B.) Thos. Weelkes. 6d.
Richard Edwards. 2d.
56 Beauties have you seen a Toy (Glee, A.A.T.T.B.) 16 Let me careless (Madrigal, s.A.T.B.B.) T. Linley. 2d.
Charles Evans. 3d. 46 Lady when I behold (Madrigal, s.S.A.T.T.B.)
12 Blest pair of Sirens (Glee,s.s.A.T.B.) J.Stafford Smith. 4d.
J. Wilbye. 4d.
25 Blow, blow, thou winter wind (Glee, S.A.T.B.)
57 Lightly she tripped (Madrigal, S.S.A.T.B.)
R. J. S. Stevens. 3d.
John Mundy, M.B. 4d.
79 Come, shepherd swains, (Madrigal, A.T.B.)
21 My bonny lass she smileth(Ballet, S.A.T.T.B.) Morley. 3d.
John Wilbye, 1609. 2d. 55 My Dear Mistress had a Heart (Glee, A.T.T.B.)
50 Cold Winter's Ice is fled and gone (Glee, S.S.A.T.B)
Reginald Spofforth. 2d.
Thomas Weelkes. 2d. 18 O Happy Fair (Trio, S.S.B.)
W. Shield. 2d.
5 Come, bounteous May (Glee,A.A.T.B.B.) R. Spofforth. 3d. 15 O snatch me swift (Glee, S.A.T.B.B.) Dr. Callcott. 4d
8 Come, shepherds, follow me (Madrigal, S.A.T.B.) 30 Oriana's Farewell (Madrigal, S.S.A.T.B.) T. Bateson. 4d.
J. Benet 2d. 53 Old May Morning (Glee, S.A.T.B.) Vincent Novello. 6d.
51 Come live with me (Glee, A.T.T.B.) Samuel Webbe. 2d. 59 O that the learned Poets (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.B.)
60 Come, Fairies, trip it on the grass (Glee, T.T.B.)
Orlando Gibbons. 3d.
John Parry. 4d. 47 Peace to the souls of the heroes (Glee, A.T.B.)
61 Crabbed Age and Youth (Glee, A.T.T.B.)
Dr. Callcott. 3d.
R. J. S. Stevens. 2d. 29 Queen of the Valley (Glee, a.t.t.b.b.) Dr. Callcott. 4d.
69 Come, bind my hair (Glee, A.T.B.) Battishill. 4d. 27 Return, blest days (Glee, A.T.T.B.) J. S. Smith. 2d.
71 Come, see what pleasure (Glee, S.A.T.T.B.) J. Elliot. 3d. 48 Round about her chariot (Madrigal, s.S. A.T.T.B.)
14 Cynthia, thy song (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.B.) Gio. Croce. 3d.
36 Dainty fine bird (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.B.) O. Gibbons. 2d.
49 Deserter's Meditations (Glee, S.A.T.B.)
Ellis Gibbons. 4d.
82 Siat avertiti (Madrigal, S.A.T.T.B.) Giovanni Foretti. 3d.
6 So saith my fair (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.T.B.) L.Marenzio. 4d.
80 So lovely is thy dear self (Glee, s.s.A.T.)
John Benet. 2d.
17 Stay, Corydon (Madrigal, S.A.T.T.B.)
3 Swiftly from the mountain's brow (Glee, s.A.T.B.)
S. Webbe. 3d.
39 Strike the lyre (Glee, A.T.T.B.)
T. Cooke. 5d.
35 The mighty conqueror (Glee, A.T.T.B.) S. Webbe. 2d.
38 The Lady Oriana (Madrigal, s.S.A.T.T.B.) J. Wilbye. 4d.
72 Thyrsis, sleepest thou (Madridal, s.A.T.B.)
J. Bennett. 2d.
Dr. Callcott. 2d.
54 The Sisters of the Sea (Glee, S.A.T.B.) W. Jackson. 6d.
63 The Friar of Orders Grey, (Glee,s.S.B.) Dr. Callcott. 2d.
70 To love I wake the silver string (Double chorus)
43 To all you ladies now on land (Glee, T.T.B.)
Samuel Harrison. 2d.
26 Die not fond man (Madrigal, s.S.A.A.T.B.) J. Ward. 5d.
20 Discord, dire sister (Glee, A.T.T.B.) S. Webbe. 2d.
83 Due begl' occhi lucente (Madrigal S.S.A.T.B.)
Giovan Pizzoni. 3d.
77 Fair Orian (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.T.B.) John Milton. 4d.
62 Fair Nymphs (Madrigal, s.s.A.A.T.B.) John Farmer. 4d.
66 Father of heroes (Glee, A.T.T.B.B.) Dr. Callcott. 4d.
10 Fire, fire, my heart (Ballet, s.S.A.T.B.) Thos. Morley. 3d.
4 Flora now calleth (Madrigal, S.S.A.T.B.) J.S. Smith. 4d.
1 From Oberon, in Fairy Land (Glee, S.A.T.B.)
R. J. S. Stevens. 4d.
22 Go, idle boy (Glee, S.T.T.B.)
Dr. Callcott. 3d.
34 Grace before and after meat. Various authors. 5d.
67 Great Apollo, strike the lyre (Glee, s.s.T.B.)
Samuel Webbe. 3d.
24 Hand in hand (Glee, s.s.B. & chorus, s.s.A.T.B.)
81 Wanton Gales (Glee, A.T.T.B.)
Dr. Cooke. 5d. 78 Weep, silly soul (Madrigal, A.A.T.B.)
45 Hark the curfew's solemn sound (Glee, s.S.B.)
11 Where the bee sucks (Glee, s.s.T.B.)
T. Attwood. 3d. 23 While fools their time (Glee, A.T.T.B.) J. S. Smith. 3d.
75 Hail, smiling morn (Glee, A.T.T.B.) R. Spofforth. 2d. 32 When all alone (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.B.) G. Converso. 2d.
74 Health to my dear (Glee, A.T.B.B.) R. Spofforth. 2d. 37 When shall we three meet again (Glee, s.s.B.)
41 Hence, all ye vain delights (Glee, S.S.A.T.T.B.)
M. P. King. 3d.
S. Webbe. 4d. 76 When flow'ry meadows (Madrigal, S.A.T.B.)
88 Idler; gaze not on beauty! (Madrigal s.s.A.T.B.)
Palestrina, 1590. 2d.
Giovan Pizzoni. 3d. 64 With sighs sweet rose (Glee, A.T.T.B.) Dr. Callcott. 3d.
19 I follow, lo, the footing (Madrigal, s.s.A.T.E.)
68 While the bright sun (Madrigal, S.A.T.B.) W. Byrd. 2d.
Morley. 3d. 13 Ye Nightingales so pleasant and so gay
73 In the lonely vale of streams (Glee, S.A.T.B.)
Orlando di Lasso. 3d.
Dr. Callcott. 4d. 82 Young men I warn you Madrigal, S.A.T.T.B.)
62 If love and all the world (Glee, A.T.T.B.) S. Webbe. 2d.
Giovanni Foretti. 3d.
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TUE FOLLOWING PIECES HAVE ALREADY BEEN INSERTED:-
2 Hear my prayer, O Lord Winter
4 Hear what God the Lord V. Novello
*32 & 33 Hear my prayer, O God Kent
*48 Hymnus Eucharisticus B. Rogers
*76 & 77 Have mercy, O Lord Mozart
*88 He comes ordained of yore Jackson
*74 Holiest, breathe an ev'ning W. Shore
(How beautiful upon the moun-
R. A. Smith
The Lord loveth
*120 I know that the Lord is great Ouseley
*116 Incline thine ear to me Himmel
25 In Judah God is known Mendelssohn
*98 In Jewry is God known Whitfeld
*52 I will arise
*118 I will sing of mercy
6 Let all men praise the Lord
Let us now go even unto Bethlehem
(Christmas Anthem) Hopkins
*41 Lord of all power and might Mason
29 Lord, for thy tender mercies' Farrant
*65 Lo,myShepherd's hand divine. Haydn
*68 Lord, let me know mine end. Greene
*86 Methinks I hear
12 My God, look upon me J. Reynolds
21 Now pray we for our country
*84 Nunc Dimittis, in C
*135 O give thanks
23 Thine, O Lord, is the greatness Kent
*46 There is a river
*58 The Lord is my strength
*59 The Lord descended
*The Lord is king
4 Thou art gone to the grave
*131 Thou visitest the earth
*70 To God on high
*123 To Thee, Great Lord
*70 To Thee, O Lord
*100 Unto thee, O Lord.
108 Veni, Creator Spiritus
19 Vital spark Harmonized by Novello
20 & 21 Sweet honey-sucking bees-
#38 Sweet peace descending
7 To the old long life
28 To Woden's Hall
47 The Red Cross Knight
*49 The cloud cap't towers
*113 The Tickling Trio
*57 The Waits
*71 Thy voice, O Harmony
79 The Fisherman
*109 The Flower Greeting
*106 The Lullaby
*83 The Silver Swan Orlando Gibbons
*91 The Twelfth Night Song V. Novello
*97 The Nightingale Thomas Bateson
102 The Christmas Fairies C. Goodban
122 The Battle of the Baltic Macirone
132 This pleasant Month of May Beale
79 Weel may the keel row
14 & 15 When winds breathe soft Webbe
7 Wind, gentle evergreen
*62 Winds gently whisper J. Whittaker
*138 Who comes so dark?
*64 Ye Spotted Snakes
Those Numbers marked with an * have Accompaniment for Organ or Pianoforte.