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FIRST SERIES. 

Ferrari, G., A une Fiancee. To a Bride. .... 

Sop. or Ten. 

Gangloff, Leopold, Le Printemps c’est l’Amour. Springtime is but Love. 
Gelli, E., Aubade. Morning Serenade. .... 

Sop. in F. M.-Sop. in Ep. Alto in D. 

Godard, B., Berceuse, de“ Jocelyn.” Lullaby. 

Sop. in F. M.-Sop. in Ep. Alto in Dp. 

Gounod, Ch., L’Ange gardien. The guardian Angel. 

Sop. in Ep. M.-Sop. in C. 

Gregh, Louis, Fatma. Fatma. ..... 

Sop. in Gmin. M.-Sop. in Fmin. 

do Si vous vouliez ! If you desire! 

Sop. in G. M.-Sop. in Gp. 

Gustave of Sweden, Prince, Plus d’Amour, plus de Roses. Where Roses fair. 

Sop. in G. M.-Sop. in Ep. 

Hess, Ch. L., Dis-moi que tu m’aimes. Oh ! say thou wilt love me. 

M.-Sop. or Bar. 

Holm&s, Augusta, L’Amour. Love. 


do 

Sop. in F. M.-Sop. in D. 

En Chemin. On the Road. 




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Sop. in At). M.-Sop. in F. 

Fleur de Neige. Snowflower. 




do 

M.-Sop. or Bar. 

Mignonne. O fair one. 




do 

M.-Sop. or Bar. 

Noel. Christmas. .... 




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Soprano. 

Sdr^nade d’Et6. Summer Serenade. . 


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do 

Sop. in At). M. Sop. in F. 

S6r£nade d’Hiver. Winter Serenade. . 


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Sop. in Gp. M.-Sop. in Ep. 

S6r6nade printani^re. Spring Serenade. 


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Sop. in D. M.-Sop. in B. 

Lecocq, M., Aimons-nous. Love is best. 


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Massenet, Jules, 

Sop. in F. M.-Sop. in Ep. 

Bonne Nuit. Good Night. . 


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do 

Sop. in Bp. M.-Sop. in Ap. Alto in G. 

Dans le Sender. Down through the Path. 


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do 

Sop. in A. M.-Sop. in G. Alto in F. 

Je cours apr£s le Bonheur. For Joy my Soul is in 

quest! 


do 

Sop. in C. M.-Sop. in Ap. 

Le sais-tu? Dost thou know? 


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Sop. in A. M.-Sop. in G. 

Marquise. Marchioness. 

Sop. in G. M.-Sop. in F. 

Ouvre tes Yeux bleus. Open thy blue Eyes. 

Sop, in F . M.-Sop. in Ep. 

Printemps dernier. Last Spring. 

M.-Sop. or Bar. 



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OUYRE TES YEUX BLEUS. 


(Open thou my love, thy blue eyes.) 

(Paul Robiquet.) 


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BARBER, SAMUEL—The Daisies —Medium voice .40 

-With Rue My Heart Is Laden —High and low voice .40 

-Bessie Bobtail —Medium voice .50 

BUZZI-PECCIA, A.—El Morenito (Dark-eyed Lover) (Spanish and Eng¬ 
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CARPENTER, JOHN ALDEN—Rest —High voice .50 

-Morning Fair —High voice .50 

—-—To a Young Gentleman —Medium or high voice .60 

CRIST, BAINBRIDGE—Evening —High voice .40 

-By a Silent Shore —High voice .50 

-Knock on the Door —High voice .50 

-Noontime —High voice .75 

DONAUDY, STEFANO—Arie di Stile Antico (Italian and English words). 1.50 

GOLDE, WALTER—O Beauty, Passing Beauty —High and medium voice. . .50 

GORIN, IGOR—Lament —High voice .50 

-Caucasian Song —Medium voice .50 

GRIEG, EDVARD—My Johann (Norwegian Dance )—High and low voice. . .50 

GRUEN, RUDOLPH — Indian Lullaby —Medium or high, and low voice. . .50 

HOLLISTER, CARROLL—Rhymes of a Rover— High, medium or low voice .50 

KINGSFORD, CHARLES—Wall-paper —Medium voice .50 

LEONI, FRANCO—A Little China Figure —High and low voice .50 

MALOTTE, ALBERT HAY—David and Goliath —Medium voice .90 

McARTHUR, EDWIN—Spring Came —High and low voice .50 

PAXSON, THEODORE—DerTod, Das istdie Kiihle Nacht (Ah, Death the 

Cooling Night Shall Be) (German and English words )—Medium voice. . .50 

POPPER, DAVID—Gavotte (French and English words )—High voice 

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PROCTOR, DAVID—I Light the Blessed Candles —High voice .50 

ROBINSON, M. HENNION—The Chudder Weaver —High or medium 

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TYSON, MILDRED LUND—Sea Moods —High and low voice .50 

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