An Eighteenth-Century Musical Tour in Central Europe and the Netherlands: Being Dr. Charles Burney's Account of His Musical Experiences - Vol. 2

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Abel, Karl Friedrich, I, 27 n. 4; II, 49 and n. 1, 51.
Académie des Inscriptions, I, 25.
Academy of Commerce, Hamburg, II, 212 and n. 2.
Academy of Sciences, Berlin, II, 200 n. 1.
Accademia, I, 71 and n. 1; in Florence, I, 187, 191; in Milan, I, 72, 73-7478; in Rome, I, 201, 201, 212, 221, 224, 226, 227, 228, 266; in Venice, I, 122, 128, 135.
Acquapendente, I, 196, 198.
Adam le Bossu, I, 218 and n. 5.
Adami, Andrea, I, 217 and n. 4, 230, 232 and n. 2.
Adriano, I, 110 and n. 1.
Agricola, Johann Friedrich, II, 159 and n. 1, 160, 161, 163, 167 and n. 1, 198, 207.
Agriculture, in Flanders, I, 3; in Germany, II, 64, 69; in Italy, I, 63, 86, 87, 88, 92- 93, 95, 168, 197, 209, 307, 320; in Kingdom of Naples, I, 239-40; in Savoy, I, 46, 47, 48, 49, 53; treatise on, by Count Po, I, 80, 85.
Agujari, Lucrezia, see Bastardella, the.
Aix la Chapelle, II, 23-24; chimes in streets of, II, 24; music in, II, 24.
Aix les Bains, I, 47, 309.
Albani, Cardinal Alessandro, I, 205 and n. 1.
Albani, Francesco, I, 54 and n. 1, 149, 173, 221, 294; II, 143.
Albano, see Albani, Francesco.
Albano, I, 223-4.
Albergati, see Capacelli, F. A.
Alberti, Domenico, I, 236 n. 1; II, 87 and n. 2.
Alceste ( Gluck), II, 83, 90, 91 and n. 1, 92-93.
Alexander the Great, I, XXV, 178, 211, 273; II, 84.
Allegri, Gregorio, I, 181 and n. 2, 213, 230, 232 and n. 1, 233-4, 291, 295; II, 113; see also Sistine Chapel, Holy Week music.
Alps, the, I, 48, 49, 50, 53, 95; see also Mont Cenis.
Ambrose, Saint, I, 65 n. 1, 68; monastery of, Milan, I, 80, 81.
Ambrosian Chant, I, 65 and n. 1, 68, 76-77, 83.
Ambrosian Library, Milan, I, 67-68, 79, 81-82.
Amigoni, Jacopo, I, 152 and n. 2, 155.
Amsterdam, II, 224-30, 234; church organs in, II, 225, 226, 228, 229; merchant of, see Moiana, Signor.
Ancient music, I, 18, 20, 25 and n. 4, 29, 31, 116, 119, 120, 145, 146, 187, 190, 191, 200, 208, 212, 228, 314, 316; II, 50, 87 n. 4; dissertation on, by Jomelli, I, 259; history of, by Marpurg, II, 166; see also Greek music; Martini, Padre; Roussier, Abbé P. J.
Animals, baiting of, in Vienna, 112-13 and n. 1.
Anne Boleyn, Queen, portrait of, I, 82.
Anneuse, M., I, 7.
Annual Register, I, xxx and n. 3, xxxi, 36 n. 1, 154 n. 2.
Anthony, Saint, I, 102-3; Fair of, I, 105; miracles of, I, 102-3.
Antiquae musicae auctores,seeMeibomius.
Antwerp, II, 10-17; Cathedral of, II, 12-13, Dominicans' church in, II, 11; Jesuits' college at, II, 11, 16; musical instruments, collection of, II, 14-15; riotous behaviour of mob in, II, 15; superstition of people of, II, 15.
Apamea, Archbishop, see Vatican, Prefect of.
Apollo, with violin, I, 180, 189, 191, 289, 291.
Apennines the, I, 87, 167, 168, 171, 238, 306.
Aprile, D. G., I, 65, 270 and n. 2; book on modern Italian method of singing, by, I, 270 n. 2.
Aqueducts, I, 63, 86, 224, 238, 309.
Aretinus ( Aretino), Guido, I, 147 and n. 2, 189.
Arians, battle with, I, 80-81.
Ariosto, Ludovico I, 14 a and n. 2, 142, 188 n. 1.
Armstrong, Dr. John, I, 202 and n. 5, 328.
Arnaud ( Arnauld), Abbé François, I, 20 and n. 2, 25 and n. 5, 29, 31, 317, 324.
Arno, River, I, 168, 171, 199, 304.
Arthur (watchmaker), I, 13 and n. 4, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 33.
Assisi, pilgrimage to, I, 95 and n. 1.
Astronomy, I, 68-69, 159 and n. 1.
Audience, behaviour of, at Concert spirituel, I, 16-17; at conservatorio, Venice, I, 117; at opera in Florence, I, 181; in Milan, I, 66-67, 76; in Naples, I, 257 and n. 1, 278; in Turin, I, 57 and n. 1; at theatre, Bologna, I, 150, 151; English, I, 57 and n. 1, 150, 197 n. 1; II, 46, 92; French, I, 14, 322; Italian, I, 57 n. 1, 150-1, 181, 257 and n. 1, 278.

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