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" MUSICAL DEVELOPMENT,


BY

JOSEPH

GODDARD.

A n seathetical investigation, in which an attempt is made to show the aetion in


music of certain laws of human expression; to point out what are the spiritual aims of the
chief forms of composition, and the broad principles upbn which they should be constructed.

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The Music by CH; G O U N O D .

The Poetry by WORDSWORTH.


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W O R K S

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THE WORKER (Song), Sung by Mrs. WELDON
"MAID OF ATHENS " (Song), Composed in aid of Byron's original Maid of Athens (Mrs. BLACK) LAMENTO" MA BELLE AMIE EST MORTE " (Song), Sung by M. FAURE
"THY WILL BE DONE" (Sacred Song), Sung by Mrs. WELDON
LITTLE CELANDINE (Vocal Duet)
APRIL SONG
OH, H A P P Y HOME (Song)
THE MESSAGE OF THE BREEZE (Vocal Duet)

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ADORO TE (Catholic Hymn), Harmonised by CH. GOUNOD.


KYRIE (From the Mass " 0 Rcgcm Cceli"), Arranged by CH. GOUNOD
0 JESUS MY LORD, Arranged by CH. GODKOD
OLD HUNDREDTH (Psalm), Harmonised by CH. GOUNOD
AVE VERUM, Arranged by CH. GOUNOD
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SICILIAN MARINER'S HYMN, Harmonised by Cn. GOUNOD.
0 FIL1I ET FILLE, Arranged by CH. GOUNOD

Pahsirina.
J. S. Bach.
Mozart.
Leisring.

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I LOVED A LASS (French, Pavane, 16th Century), Harmonised and Arranged by CH. GOUNOD.
0 THE SWEET CONTENTMENT (Pastorale, 1650), Harmonised by CH. GOUNOD.
LOVE ME TRUE, DEAR LASSIE (17th Century), Harmonized by CH. GOUNOD
Jacques Lefevre.

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THE BETTER LAND, Poetry by Mrs. HEHANS


BIONDINA, Caiizonetta,
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HEUREUX SERA LE JOUR. French only
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LE PAYS BIENHEUREUX. The French Words written to Mrs . HUMANS' "Better Land," by M. GOUNOD
O H THAT WE TWO WERE MAYING, in D and F , with ad lib. accompaniment for Harmonium and Viola
THE SEA HATH ITS PEARLS, m B flat and D flat, with ad lib. accompaniment for Harmonium and Violin
QUEEN OF LOVE (Song), Sung by Mrs. WELDON
SWEET BABY, SLEEP (Lullaby), "Snug by Mrs. WELDON
PERCHE PIANGI (Cantilena), Snnghy A. COTOGNI
SI VOUS N'OUVREZ (Song), Sung by FAUIE
L A FAUVETTE (Song), Sung by GAKDONI
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QUANTI MAI (Song), Dedicated to Madame GONNEAU
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EVENING SONG (Accompaniment, Viola Obh'gafco), Dedicated to A. VIGTJIEK ; and Sung hy Mrs. WELDON
LA SIESTA (Spanish Duet) _
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" M A I D O F A T H E N S " (Song), Composed in aid of
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" T H Y W I L L BE D O N E " (Sacred Song), Sung by
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A D O R O TE (Catholic H y m n ) , Harmonised by C H . GOUNOD.


K Y R I E (From the Mass " 0 Regem Cceli"), Arranged by CH. GGUNGD
0 J E S U S MY LORD, Arranged by CH. GOUNOD
OLD H U N D R E T H (Psalm), Harmonised by CH. GOUNOD.
AVE VERUM, Arranged by CH. GOUNOD
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IS. SICILIAN MARINER'S HYMN, Harmonised by CH. GOUNOD.
7. 0 F I L I I E T F I L l i E , Arranged .by CH. GOUNOD

Palsirixka,.
J. S. Bach
Mozart.
Leisrina.

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I LOVED A LASS (French, l'avaiit!, 16th Century), Harmonised and. Arranged by GH. GOUNOD.
O T H E SWEET CONTENTMENT (Pastorale, 1650), Harmonised by CH. GOUNOD.
L O V E ME TRUE, D E A R LASSIE (17th Century), Harmonized by GH. GOUNOD .
Jacques Zefevre

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THE BETTER LAND, Poetry V Mi-s. PIEMAHS
BIONDINA, Canzonetta
FOB THEE T LIVE OB DIE (Eeureux sera le jour). Englisli only
HEUREUX SERA LE JOITR. Frencli onlv
L E PAYS BIENHEUEEUX. Tlie Fraich WordS writfen to Mre. HEMANS' Betta- Land," by M. GOUNOD
OH THAT WE -TWO WERE MAYIN&, in D and F, witli ad lib. accempamment far Hamsraam and Viola
THE SBA HATH ITS PEARLS, in B flat m D fiat, wltii ad Bb. aeeompammeot for fiarmonium and Violin

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QUEEN OF LOVE (Song), S'une by M a . WELDON
SWEET BABY, SLEP (Lnllaby), Sung by Mre. W B L B O N
PERCHE PIANGI (Cantilena), Suug by A.' COTOGNI
SI VOUS N'OUVREZ (Sonir), Sima by Faub
LA FAUVETTE (Song), S u u b y G A V O N I
QUANTI MAI (Song), Dedicatoci tu Madame CONNEAI;
EVENLNGf SONG (Accompannucut, Viola Obligato), Dedicateti to A. VrcuiEn ; and .Siuig by Mre. "WELDON
LA SIESTA (Spanigli Duet) _
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APRIL SONG
OH, HAPPY HOME (Song)

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