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Thursday 21st February 2019

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Aaronson, Irving (1895-1963) American

The loveliest night of the year; words by Paul Francis Webster {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/001}

Abbey, Adolphe

Killarney (song) and Killarney March (piano); words by E. Falconer; March arr. Adolphe Abbey [Balfe-Abbey] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/026-2 (b)}

Ablett, Norman

You never saw my garden: song; words and music by Norman Ablett {17/002 : [No. 2 in] Eb}

Abt, Franz (1819-1885) German

The wanderer's dream (Du bist die Welt): song; composed by Franz Abt {16/050-3 [19] : [No. 2] in Ab}

Adam, Adolphe (1803-1856) French

O holy night (Nöel): song; words by J.S. Dwight; arr. H. A. Chambers {17/002.5 : 2 copies}

Adams, A. Emmett English

The bells of St Mary's: song; words by Douglas Furber {17/003 : No. 1 in Eb}

Adams, Robert (19th c.) Scottish

Castles in the air; words by James Ballantine {10/045-4[ 2]}

Adams, Stephen (1844-1913) English

Babylon: sacred song; words by F. E. Weatherly {16/050-3 [23] : No. 3 in F}

The butterfly gay: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {17/004- 1 : No. 1 in Eb}

By the fountain: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {16/050-5 [26] : No. 2 in F}

By the fountain: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {17/004- 9 : No. 2 in F}

The holy city: [song]; words by F. E. Weatherly {16/050-4 [41]}

The Holy City: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {17/004- 2 : 5 copies : a,c,d,e) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 2 in Bb}

Idle words: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {17/004- 8 : No. 3 in Eb}

The little hero: song; words by Arthur Matthison {17/004-11 : No. 1 in Bb}

The midshipmite: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/004-13 : 2 copies : No. 1 in Bb b) No. 2 in C}

Nancy Lee: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {17/004- 3 : No. 2 in D}

Nirvana: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {17/004- 4 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Bb c,d) No. 2 in C}

Roses: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {16/050-5 [38] : No. 2 in Bb}

Star of Bethlehem: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {16/050-4 [ 2] : No. 2 in F}

The Star of Bethlehem: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {17/004- 5 : No. 3 in G}

The stars of Normandie: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {16/050-3 [ 7] : No. 3 in Eb}

The stars of Normandie: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {17/004-12 : No. 1 in C}

The tar's farewell: ballad; words by F. C. Burnand {17/004-10 : No. 1 in D}

Thora: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/004- 6 : No. 2 in Eb}

The valley by the sea: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {16/050-5 [36] : No. 3 in Eb}

The veteran's song (Long live the King); words by F. E. Weatherly {17/004- 7 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in D}

Addinsell, Richard (1904-1977) English

I'm going to see you today; words by Joyce Grenfell {17/004.5-2}

My heart's light as air; words by Joyce Grenfell {17/004.5-1 : No. 2 in G}

Old tyme dancing & The whizzer; words by Joyce Grenfell {17/004.5-3}

Adler, Richard (1921-2012) American

Heart {from Damn Yankees}; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross [Adler / Ross] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/005-2}

I'm not at all in love; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross {17/005-1}

Ager, Milton (1893-1979) American

Happy days are here again; words by Jack Yellen {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/005.5-1 : 2 copies}

Ahlert, Fred (1892-1953) American

Where the blue of the night (Meets the gold of the day); words by Roy Turk {17/005.8}

Aikin, W. A. (1857-1939) English

Sigh no more: song; words by Shakespeare {17/006 : No. 3 in Ab}

Allen, Andrew

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song; written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen [Stanley-Allen] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/530.2}

Allitsen, Frances (1849-1912) English

The Lord is my light: sacred song; words from Psalm 27 {17/008-1 : 2 copies : No. 2 in Eb b) No. 1 in Bb #a) has B&H imprint}

The lute player: song; poetry by William Watson {17/008-2 : 6 copies : a-d) No. 1 in Bmin e,f) No. 2 in Cmin}

A song of thanksgiving: song; words by James Thomson {17/008-3 : No. 2 in Eb}

There's a land: song; words by Charles Mackay {16/050-3 [ 2] : No. 3 in F}

There's a land: song; words by Charles Mackay & Agnes M. Silby {17/008-4 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in D}

Youth: song; words (after the Swedish) by E. Teschemacher {17/008-5 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in G}

Ambroise, Victor

Egypt - I am calling you!: valse song; words by Eleanor Rose {17/008.5 : No. 1 in D}

Ambrosio, Alfredo d' (1871-1914) Italian

Les papillons couleur de neige; poésie de Th. Gautier {17/009}

Anderson, William Henry (1882-1955) Canadian

To a girl on her birthday: song; words by Blanche Pownall Garrett {17/010 : high}

Two Ukrainian folk songs {17/010-2}

  1.Alone 2. In the garden flowers are growing

Andersson, Benny (1946- Swedish

Thank you for the music [Andersson-Ulvaeus] {17/010.5}

Androzzo, Alma Bazel (1912-2001) American

If I can help somebody: song; words by Mahalia Jackson {17/011 : 6 copies : a,c) No. 2 in Eb b,d,e,f) No. 1 in C}

Anon.

Blue bonnets over the border; words by Sir Walter Scott {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[32]}

Bonnie Dundee {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[55]}

Cam' ye by Athol; words by Hogg {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[42]}

Charlie is my darling {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[46]}

Come o'er the stream, Charlie; words by James Hogg {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[27]}

Come under my plaidie; words by Hector Macneil {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[52]}

Comin' thro' the rye (Anon; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[34]}

Farewell to Lochaber!; words by Ramsay {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[47]}

Gae bring to me a pint o' wine; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[57]}

Gloomy winter's noo awa'; words by Tannahill {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[60]}

Jeannie's black e'e; words by Hector Macneil {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[48]}

Jock o' Hazeldean; words by Sir Walter Scott {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[51]}

John Anderson, my jo; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[40]}

The Laird o' Cockpen; words by Baroness Nairne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[44]}

Lochnagar; words by Byron {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[45]}

A man's a man for a' that; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[33]}

Mary Morison; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[49]}

My boy Tammy; words by Macneil {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[43]}

O' a' the airts; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[58]}

O! Are ye sleepin', Maggie?; words by Tannenhill [sic] {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[54]}

Robin Adair: old ballad {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[41]}

The rowan tree; words by Baroness Nairne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[25]}

Roy's wife o' Aldivalloch; words by Mrs Grant {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[38]}

Tam Glen; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[23]}

Wandering Willie; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[39]}

Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[35]}

Ansell, Eric English

Roll Up Sailorman: song; words by Henrik Ege {17/012-1}

Arditi, Luigi (1822-1903) Italian

Il bacio: valzer brillante {17/013-1 (a)}

Il bacio (The dream of home); Eng. version Henry Farnie {17/013-1 (c) : No. 3 in D}

Il bacio (The kiss): waltz song; Eng. words Philip King {17/013-1 (b)}

The dream of home: song-waltz; Eng. Henry Farnie {16/050-5 [23] : No. 2 in C}

Arlen, Harold (1905-1986) American

Blues in the night (My mama done tol' me); words by Johnny Mercer {17/014-2}

That old black magic; words by Johnny Mercer {17/014-3}

Arne, Michael (1740-1786) English

Invitation to Ranelagh (rondeau): song; from the air by Michael Arne {17/295}

The lass with the delicate air: unison song; arr. Thomas F. Dunhill [Arne-Dunhill] {Novello : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/015-1 (b)}

The lass with the delicate air: song; arr. Thomas F. Dunhill [Arne-Dunhill] {Novello : 17/015-1 (c)}

The lass with the delicate air: song; arr. A. L. [Arne-Lehmann] {Chappell : 17/015-1 (a) : 2 copies : a,d) No. 3 in G}

Arne, Thomas (1710-1778) English

Come away, Death {song from Twelfth Night}; words by Shakespeare; ed. John Coates {17/016-6}

Lydia {from Sappho: 6 Cantatas, 1755, no.2}; arr. Clifford Bartlett [Arne-Dunhill] {17/016-7}

The National Anthem in the version used by the Royal Shakespeare Company; arr. Raymond Leppard [Arne-Leppard] {orch. sc. 17/016-5 #a) Lacks text}

Not on beds of fading flowers {from Comus} {17/016-1}

O Peace, thou fairest child of Heaven {poem from Alfred}; words by James Thomson and David Mallet; arr. Guy Warrack [Arne-Warrack] {17/016-8}

Phillis; ed. Vittorio Ricci {17/016-4 : a) sep. piano, violin & cello parts, no conductor}

A warning, or The Danger of artificial fly: song from Vauxhall Gardens; arr. Norman Franklin [Arne-Franklin] {17/016-2}

Why so pale?; ed. Vittorio Ricci {17/016-3}

Arnold, Walter H.

When I'm at rest: song; words by Ethel A. Brown {17/016.2}

Arundale, Claude (1875-1922) English

The flag of liberty: song; lyric by Fred E. Weatherly {17/016.5}

Old furniture: [song cycle]; words by Ethel Bernard Kelly {10/045-8.4[4] : a) high v.}

  1. Under the hammer 2. Old furniture 3. The rocking chair 4. The toby jug 5. The old cradle 6. The spinning wheel 7. The old spinet

Arundell, Dennis (1898-1988) English

Orpheus with his lute; words by Shakespeare; arr. Dennis Arundell [Linley-Arundell] {17/345.5}

Ascher, Joseph (1829-1869) Dutch

Alice, where art thou: romance; poetry by W. Guernsey {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-5 [10]}

Alice where art thou: romance; words by Wellington Guernsey {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/017-1}

Ashford, Emma Louise (1850-1930) American

My task: song; words by Maude Louise Ray, arr. (w. additional verse) C.King Palmer {Paxton : 17/018-1 (a) : F}

My task: song; words by Maude Louise Ray {17/018-1 (b) : b) high v. (F)}

My task [w. additional verse]: song; words by Maude Louise Ray {17/018-1 (c) (d) : 2 copies : c) low v. (D) d) high v. (F)}

My task (Ma tâche): song; words by Maude Louise Ray {17/018-2 : 4 copies : extra low v. (C) b) low v. (D) c,d) med. v. (Eb)}

Atkinson, Dorothy (b. 1893) English

An idyll (Morning, noon and night): song cycle; words by J. Dean Atkinson {17/019 : low v.}

Austin, Frederic (1872-1952) English

Orpheus; words by Shakespeare {17/020}

Austin, Harold

In the woods; words by Lady Lindsay {17/021 : No. 3 in E min}

Ayer, Nathaniel Davis (1887-1952) American

If you were the only girl In the world; words by Clifford Grey {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/021.5-1}

Aylward, Florence (1862-1950) English

Love's coronation: song (with violin or violoncello & organ acc. ad lib.); words by Winifred Sutcliffe {set 17/022 : No. 3 in G #incl. violin/cello, piano & organ conductors}

Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) German

Ave Maria; adapted to the 1st Prelude of J. S. Bach [Bach-Gounod] {Wood : bar.: 17/224-3 (c) : 3 copies : c) [No. 9] Eb [bar.]}

Ave Maria: meditation / sacred song; adapted to the 1st Prelude of J. S. Bach; Eng. words Lionel Mundy [Bach-Gounod] {Ricordi : 17/224-3 (e) : e) No. 3 in F}

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org.; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley [Bach-Gounod] {Schott : set 17/224-3 (d) : d) No. 2: mez. (F)}

Ave Maria; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley [Bach-Gounod] {Schott : sop./ ten.: 17/224-3 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a) No. 6: sop./ten.(G) b) No. 8: contr.(D)}

Be Thou with me (Bist Du bei mir)); arr. J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {17/024-5 [1]}

Cease, sad eyelids {from Church Cantata No. 98}: sop. aria; arr. & ed. W. G. Whittaker {sop.: 17/024-1}

Come, gentle death (Komm süsser Tod); ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann [Bach-Tippett] {17/024-2[2]}

Come, make my heart Thy home (Komm in mein Herzenshaus) {from Ein' feste Burg}; ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout {sop.: 17/025-9}

Flocks in pastures green abiding (Schafe können sicher weiden) {from Was mir behagt}; Eng. version & arr. Phyllis James [Bach-James] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/025-12}

For God's angels ne'er depart (Gottes Engel weichen nie) {from Mann singet}; ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout {sop.: 17/025-10}

Good fellows be merry {from The Peasant Cantata}; ed. J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {bar.: 17/025-8}

Happy flock {from Was mir behagt}; ed. (& Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-11}

The heart I ask from thee, love (Willst Du mein Herz mir schenken): song {17/024-3}

I follow with gladness {from St John Passion}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop.: 17/024-4 : sop. ?}

Lord, wide as the Heaven above {from Church Cantata No. 17}: sop. aria; arr. & ed. W. G. Whittaker {17/024-6}

My heart ever faithful (Mein gläubiges Herze): air for sop. in F; arr. Robert Franz [Bach-Franz] {17/024-7 (a)}

My heart ever faithful {from the cantata God so loved the world}: song for mez. in D; arr. Robert Franz [Bach-Franz] {17/024-7 (b)}

My heart rejoiceth (Et exultavit spiritus meus) {from Magnificat in D}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {mez.: 17/024-8 : 3 copies}

Of flowers the fairest {from The Peasant Cantata}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-6}

Oh yes, just so {from Phoebus and Pan}; Eng. words J. Michael Diack; arr. John E. West [Bach-West] {mez.: 17/025-2 : mez. ?}

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92): with oboe or violin obbl.; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-1 (a)}

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92); ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-1 (b) (c) : 2 copies}

Quia respexit (He hath regarded) {from The Magnificat}: sop. solo; ed. J. Michael Diack {17/024-9 : 2 copies}

Saviour make me all thine own {from St Matthew Passion}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop.: 17/025-7 : 3 copies}

Sighing, weeping, trouble, want (Seufzer, Thränen, Kummer, Noth) {from Ich hatte viel Bekümmerniss}; ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout {sop.: 17/025-3 : sop. ?}

[Songs by Bach and Carey] {17/024-5}

[Two Bach chorales from the Christmas Oratorio]; words by Martin Luther {17/025-5 : 2 copies}

Two songs; ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann {17/024-2}

  If thou art near (Bist Du bei mir); Come, gentle death (Komm süsser Tod)

Vergiss mein nicht (Forget me not): aria; arr. Albert Wolfermann [Bach-Wolfermann] {17/025-4 : [No. 2] in G moll}

Baker, John S

The dear little shamrock; by Andrew Cherry; arr. John S. Baker [Cherry-Baker] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/118}

Balfe, Michael (1808-1870) Irish

The arrow and the song: serenade; poetry by Longfellow {17/026-4 : [in A]}

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina; words by Alfred Tennyson {17/026-1 (a)}

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina; poetry by Alfred Tennyson {17/026-1 (b) : b) No. 2 in C}

Good night! Good night! beloved!: serenade; poetry by Longfellow {17/026-3 : No. 2 in Eb}

I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls {from The Bohemian Girl}: ballad {16/050-5 [ 5]}

Killarney; words by Edmund Falconer {17/026-2 (a) : No. 2 in F}

Killarney: [song]; poetry by E. Falconer {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-4 [10] #lacks all after p.4}

Killarney (song) and Killarney March (piano); words by E. Falconer; March arr. Adolphe Abbey [Balfe-Abbey] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/026-2 (b)}

Love smiles but to deceive {from The Bohemian girl}: [song]; words by Desmond Ryan {16/050-5 [35]}

Bampton, Claude (1908-1969) English

A tale of the sea: song; words by Claude Bampton {17/026.5 : in Eb}

Bantock, Granville (1868-1946) English

Cossack song; arr. Granville Bantock, Eng. words by Helen Bantock [Dzerzhinsky-Bantock] {low v.: 17/174.8 : low v.}

Easter hymn (Cantique de Pâques); Eng. text Helen Bantock {17/027-1}

Elfin lover: song; poem by Helen Bantock {17/027-6 : No. 1 in F maj}

The fighting Téméraire; words by Henry Newbolt {low v.: 17/027-4 : low v.}

Lament of Isis (Die Klage der Isis); words by Helen F. Schweitzer {bar./ contr.: 17/027-2 : bar./contr.}

The Lord is my Shepherd (Psalm XXIII): for solo voice {17/027-5 : No. 2 in Db}

The yellowhammer's song: song; poem by William Sharp {17/027-3 : No. 2 in G maj}

Barker, George Arthur (1812-1876) Irish

The Scottish blue bells; [words by C. D. Sillery {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[22]}

The Scottish blue bells: song {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/028-1}

When the Guards go marching by!: song; words by Alec McGill {17/028-2 : No. 1 in F}

Barkworth, John Edmond (1858-1929) English

The Earth and Man; words by Rev. Stopford Brooke {17/029-1 : 2 copies}

An Irish lament; Anon. {17/029-2 : 3 copies}

My lodging is on the cold ground; Trad. {17/029-3}

The Spanish lady's love; Trad. {17/029-4 : 2 copies}

Stray nymph of Dian; [words by] Julian Sturgis {17/029-5}

To Chloris singing; [words by] Edmund Waller {17/029-6}

Barnard, d'Auverne (1867-1929) English

Lead, kindly light: sacred song; words by Cardinal Newman {17/030 : No. 2 in Eb}

Barnby, Joseph (1838-1896) English

That haven fair: song; words by G. Clifton Bingham {10/045-4[ 9] : [No. 2 in] D}

Barratt, Augustus English

My ships: song; words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox {17/033 : No. 1 in C}

Barratt, Edgar (1877-1928) English

Coronach: for the death of Cuthullin; words by Harold Boulton {17/034}

Barrett-Ayres, Reginald (1920-1981) English

Isle of Iona {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/035}

Barri, Odoardo (1844-1920) Irish

The beauteous song: song - with harmonium obbl. (ad lib.) by James Robinson; written by Lindsay Lennox {10/045-4[21]}

The city of the King: [song]; written by Clifton Bingham {16/050-4 [16] : No. 2 in G}

The old brigade: song; written by F. E. Weatherly {17/038 : [No. 2 in] G}

Barry, Katharine

My happy garden: song; words by Lilian Scott {17/038.5-2 : No. 2 in F}

What shall I sing you?; words by Lilian Scott {17/038.5 : No. 2 in Db}

Bart, Lionel (1930-1999) English

As long as he needs me {from Oliver}; lyrics and music by Lionel Bart {17/039-1.3}

Consider yourself {from Oliver}; words and music by Lionel Bart {17/039-1.1}

Food glorious food {from Oliver}; words and music by Lionel Bart {17/039-1.2}

Bartlett, James Carroll (1850-1929)

A dream; words by Charles B. Cory {med. v.: 17/039.5 : med. v.: E}

Rosemary: ballad; words by Scott Brampton {high v.: 17/039.5-2 : high v.: G}

Bateman, Ronald

Won't you come roving?: song; words by Norman Merrick {17/040 : No. 3 in Bb}

Batten, Robert

Living poems: song; words by Longfellow {17/042 : No. 5 in G}

Bax, Arnold (1883-1953) English

In the morning: song; words by A. E. Houseman {17/043}

Baxter, Maud Stewart

Across the valley: song; words by Teresa Hooley {17/044}

Baynes, Sydney (1879-1938) English

You are my destiny; words by Harry Ralton {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/045}

Baynon, Arthur

Forest lullaby; words by Elizabeth Fox Howard {17/046}

Baynton-Power, Henry (1890-19xx) English

Rest at eventide: song; words by Harold Simpson {17/047 : No. 2 in Eb}

Beard, Gilbert

Timothy's cradle song: for sop.; words by Norman Gale {17/048}

Becucci, Ernesto (1845-1905) Italian

Tesoro mio (Waltzing the hours away): waltz song; Eng. words by Philip King {17/049}

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) German

Abscheulicher {from Fidelio}: [sop. recit. & aria] {17/050-1}

Adelaide; Eng. words by A F Mullen {17/050-5 : a) No. 1 in G}

Creation's hymn {17/050-4 : No. 1 in Ab}

In this sepulchral darkness (In questa tomba oscura) {bass: 17/050-2}

Penitence (Busslied); C. F. Gellert; Eng. words by Marianne Wilhelmine de Stevens {contr.: 17/050-3}

Behrend, A. H.

Daddy: song; words by Mary Mark Lemon {16/050-3 [28]}

Bell, R. Y.

Bonnie Scotland {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/052}

Bellini, Vincenzo (1801-1835) Italian

Casta diva {from Norma}: [sop. aria] {17/054-1}

Oh! quante volte, Oh! quante {from I Capulet e i Montecchi}: [sop. aria] {17/054-2}

Bemberg, Hermann Emmanuel (1859-1931) French

Les anges pleurent!: rondel; poésie de Georges Audigier {17/056-1 : No. 1 (ten./sop.)}

Hindoo song : Despair: w. violin or 'cello accomp. ad lib.; [orig. French] by Armand Ocampo {10/045-5[ 3] : No. 1 in A #both v. & cello parts incl.}

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): voc. waltz; words by Agnes Larkcom, from the French of A. Ocampo {17/056-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in F (sop.)}

Rosette: idylle; poésie de Georges Boyer {sop. & ten.: 17/056-3 : No. 2 (ten./sop.)}

Benatzky, Ralph (1884-1957) Czech

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn}; words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/058-1}

Benbow, Edwin (1904-1967) English

A sea song; words by Allan Cunningham [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/059-1}

Benedict, Julius (1804-1885) German-British

Ange adoré: romance {10/045-5[18]}

Benjamin, Arthur (1893-1960) Australian

Linstead Market: Jamaican folk-song {17/060-2}

The piper: song; words by Seumas O'Sullivan {17/060-3}

Bennet, E. J.

Love's dream (Liszt's Liebestraume): [voc.] waltz; arr. E J Bennet [Liszt-Bennet] {17/062}

Bennett, T. C. Sterndale- (1882-1944) English

The carol singers: song; words by Charles Hayes {17/064-2 : No. 2 in G}

Leanin': song; words by Hugh E. Wright {17/064-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in F}

Bennett, William Sterndale (1816-1875) English

To Chloë (in sickness) (An Chloe als sie krank war): song; Eng. words by Robert Burns {17/066}

Berg, Alban (1885-1935) Austrian

Nun sag ich dir zum ersten Mal (Lied Toves); [from] Gurrelieder (J. P. Jacobsen), arr. Alban Berg {17/495.7}

Berlin, Irving (1888-1989) Russian-American

All alone {from The Punch-bowl}: waltz song; words and music by Irving Berlin {17/069-10}

Anything you can do {from Annie Get Your Gun}; words and music by Irving Berlin {17/069-4 : 2 copies}

Blue skies: fox-trot song; written & composed by Irving Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-6}

Easter parade; words and music by Irving Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-7}

Let me sing and I'm happy {from Jolson Sings Again}; words by Irving Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-5}

My defences are down {from Annie Get Your Gun}; words and music by Irving Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-11}

A pretty girl is like a melody; words and music by Irving Berlin {17/069-3}

Say It with music: song fox trot; words and music by Irving Berlin {17/069-1}

Sisters {from White Christmas}; words and music by Irving Berlin {17/069-2 : 2 copies}

The song is ended (But the melody lingers on): waltz-song; written & composed by Irving Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-9}

There's no business like show business {from Annie Get your Gun}; words and music by Irving Berlin {17/069-4.8}

When I leave the world behind; written & composed by Irving Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-8}

Berlioz, Hector (1803-1869) French

O vale resounding {from The Trojans}; words by Edward J. Dent {17/071}

Bernard, George

The old rugged Cross: sacred song {17/073}

Bernstein, Leonard (1918-1990) American

Cool {from West Side Story}; words by Stephen Sondheim & Leonard Bernstein {17/074-1}

Somewhere {from West Side Story}; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim {17/074-2}

Besly, Maurice (1888-1945) English

Columbine's garden; words by Aubrey Dowdon {17/075- 1}

The happy lover: song; words by Aubrey Dowdon {17/075- 7}

The little waves of Breffny: song; words by Eva Gore-Booth {17/075- 2 : No. 2 in Eb}

The meaning of a rose: song; words by Anne Pamela West {17/075- 3 : No. 2 in Eb}

My heart remembers: song; words by Aubrey Dowdon {17/075- 8 : No. 1 in Eb}

My love goes with you: song; words by Aubrey Dowdon {17/075- 9 : 2 copies}

The second minuet: song; lyric by Aubrey Dowdon {17/075- 4 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Bb}

A soldier - his prayer; Anon. {17/075- 5}

Time, you old gipsy man: song; poem by Ralph Hodgson {17/075- 6 : No. 3 in D}

Bevan, Frederick Charles (1856-1939) English

The admiral's broom: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/076-2 : 2 copies : a) [G] b) No. 1 in D}

The flight of ages: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/076-1 : No. 2 in Ab}

The flight of ages: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {16/050-4 [39] : No. 2 in Ab}

Bevan, Maurice (1921-2006) English

Sweet pretty bird {from the cantata The Redbreast}: sop. aria; arr. Maurice Bevan; words by Mr McClellan [Stanley-Bevan] {17/530}

Birtchnell, J. (19th c.) English

Sarah's gone and left me; or The catsmeat man: [song and chorus]; written by Geo. Leybourne {16/050-1[13]}

Bishop, Edith Scottish

The snow is on the mountain (Der Schnee liegt auf den Bergen); orig. Edith Bishop; Ger. Walt Harau [King / Bishop] {17/319.8}

Bishop, Henry (Sir) (1786-1855) English

The bloom is on the rye (My pretty Jane): song; words by Edward Fitzball {16/050-4 [13]}

Lo! here the gentle lark: song [with flute accomp.]; words by Shakespeare {17/078-1 (a)}

Lo! here the gentle lark: [song] with flute accomp.; words by Shakespeare {17/078-1 (b)}

Should he upbraid; Shakespeare; arr. Estelle Liebling {17/078-2}

Si tra i ceppi {from Berenice}; arr. Sir Henry Bishop [Handel-Bishop] {bass: 17/251-7}

Bizet, Georges (1838-1875) French

Golden light (Agnus Dei) {from L`Arlésienne suite 2}: mélodie religieuse pour contr. ou bar., violon solo ou violoncelle, p. ou harpe, harm. ou orgue; Eng. words by Mary Chater {17/080-4 : 2 copies : F b) D #a) p. cond. & violin part only}

Love the vagrant {from Carmen}: celebrated Havanera; Eng. version H. B. Farnie {17/080-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in D (contr.)}

Seguedille (Close by the ramparts of Seville) {from Carmen}; Eng. words Henry Hersee {17/080-5}

Serenade {from The Fair Maid of Perth}; Eng. text Henry Coates {17/080-2 : [No. 2 in] A min}

Sirs! your toast (Song of the toréador {from Carmen}; Eng. version Henry Hersee {bass: 17/080-3 : 4 copies : a,d) No. 2 in E (bass) b,c) No. 3 in F (bar.)}

Song of the toreador (Sirs, your toast) {from Carmen}; Eng. by Henry Hersee {16/020( 4) [4]}

Bliss, Arthur (1891-1975) English

Madam Noy: song for sop. & six instr. arr. for v. & pianof.; words by E. H. W. M. {17/082}

Blockley, John (1800-1882) English

Here's a health Bonnie Scotland to thee; written by W. H. Freeman [Lee / Blockley] {10/045-4[ 4]}

Jessie's dream: story of the Relief of Lucknow; written by Grace Campbell {John Blockley : 10/045-4[ 1]}

Jessie's dream: story of the relief of Lucknow; words by Grace Campbell {Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/083}

Many happy returns; words by Eliza Cook {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272[2]}

Many happy returns of the day: birth-day song; written by Eliza Cook {10/045-4[11]}

[Songs by Thompson, Blockley and Hendrickson] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272}

Blumenthal, Jacques (1829-1908) German-British

An evening song; words by Mrs F. A. Butler {Chappell : 17/083.5 : a) No. 2 in F}

The message: [song]; poetry by Miss A. Procter {16/050-4 [31] : No. 2 in D}

Bohm, Carl (1844-1920) German

Still as the night (Still wie die Nacht): song; Eng. version Mrs John P. Morgan {Alfred Lengnick : 17/086-1 : 3 copies : a,b,c) No. 1: Bb}

Still wie die Nacht (Still as the night / Comme la nuit) Op. 326 No. 27: altdeutscher Liebesreim; Eng. version Mrs John P. Morgan {Simrock : high v.: 17/086-1.1 : high v.}

Bond-Andrews, John Charles (1854-1899) English

The world went very well then: humorous song; written and sung by Mel. B. Spurr {17/086.3}

Bonheur, Theo (1857-1919) English

Cathedral voices: song w. organ or harmon. accomp. ad lib.; words by Lindsay Lennox {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/087-2 : a) No. 1 in G}

Old and new: voc. gavotte; words by G. Clifton Bingham {17/087-1}

Booth, James Scottish

The star o' Robbie Burns: song; words by James Thomson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/087.5 : [No. 4 in] D}

Borodin, Alexander (1833-1887) Russian

Spiashchaia kniazhna (La Princesse endormie): skazka (ballade) {17/088}

Boswell, Eric

Little donkey; words by Eric Boswell? {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/090}

Boughton, Rutland (1878-1960) English

Blue in the woods; poem by Mary Richardson {17/092-8 : 2 copies : [in F]}

Faery song {from The Immortal Hour}; poem by Fiona Macleod {17/092-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in Db}

Fierce love song; poem by Mary Richardson {17/092-2}

Honeysuckle; poem by Mary Richardson {17/092-3}

The lake of beauty Op. 39 No. 1; words by Edward Carpenter {17/092-4}

Lullay {from Bethlehem}: Virgin's first lullaby; traditional {17/092-7 (a) (b) : 2 copies}

Lullay {from Bethlehem} [reduced format]: Virgin's first lullaby; traditional {17/092-7 (c) (d) : 2 copies}

The new Madonna; poem by Mary Richardson {17/092-5}

Saint Crispin's day {from Agincourt}: King Henry's song; words adapted from Shakespeare {17/092-6}

Bourne, Patrisha Ronald

My heart for you; words and music by Patrisha Ronald Bourne {17/092.5}

Bowen, York (1884-1961) English

A moonlight night: song; words by Southey {17/093.2 : 2 copies}

Bowen, Lauri (1890- English

Bachelor Joe: [song]; words by Robert Nelson {17/093-3 : No. 1 in Bb [low v.]}

The road across the sea: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly {17/093-1 : No. 1 in Bb}

Three jolly trawlers (Jim, Joe an' me): song; words by Robert Nelson {17/093-2 : No. 2 in C}

Box, Elton

When you come to the End of a Journey; words by Box and Cox [Box / Cox] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/093.5}

Boyce, William (1711-1779) English

Tell me, lovely shepherd {from Solomon}: air; arr. Elizabeth Poston [Boyce-Poston] {17/094 : 4 copies : b,c,d) high key (Db)}

Braga, Gaetano (1829-1907) Italian

La serenata: légende valaque - [chanson] avec v'celle ou violon; poésie de M. M. Marcello {10/045-4[13] : No. 1 in F #no v. or cello part}

Braham, David (1838-1905) English-American

St Patrick's Day parade: [song and chorus]; written by Edward Harrigan {16/050-1 [8]}

Brahe, May (1884-1956) Australian

Bless this house: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/096-1 : 4 copies : No. 1 in Bb b,c) No. 2 in C d) No. 3 in Eb}

Evening shadows: song; words by Jean Crichton {17/096-2 : No. 1 in C}

I passed by your window {from Song Pictures}; words by Helen Taylor {17/096-8 : No. 2 in D}

Life's balcony: song; lyric by Helen Taylor {17/096-6 : No. 1 in C}

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John: song; lyric adapted by Walter de la Mare {17/096-3 : 2 copies}

A parting prayer: song; lyric by John Marvell {17/096-5 : No. 2 in C}

The piper from over the way: song; lyric by Helen Taylor {17/096-4 : No. 1 in G}

A prayer in absence: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/096-9 : a) No. 1 in C}

Two little words: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/096-7 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in Eb}

Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897) German

Abenddämmerung (The twilight hour); Adolf Friedrich von Schack {high v.: 17/098-4 : high v. E}

Cradle song (Wiegenlied); Eng. version Claude Aveling {Augener : 17/098-5 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a) [No. 2 in] F b) [No. 1] in Eb}

Cradle song; arr. Leonard Fletcher {Mozart Allan : 17/098-5 (e)}

The kiss (Der Kuss ) Op. 19 no. 1; Hölty; Eng. version Claude Aveling {17/098-6}

Die Liebende schreibt (To the beloved) Op. 47 no. 5; Goethe {17/098-7 : [No. 2 in] Eb}

Lullaby (Wiegenlied) Op. 49 No. 4: song; Eng. words Paul England {Alfred Lengnick : 17/098-5 (c) : c) No. 2 in F}

Lullaby (Wiegenlied); Eng. trans. W. F. Arnold {Walsh, Holmes : 17/098-5 (d) : d) No. 2 in F}

Mädchenfluch (Maiden's curses); Siegfried Kapper {17/099-1}

Meine Liebe ist grün (Like a blossoming lilac) Op. 63 no. 5 {bass / contr.: 17/099-6 : Alt o. Bass.: D}

O wüsst' ich doch den Weg zurück (Oh that I might retrace the way) Op. 63 No. 8; Klaus Groth {mez./ bar.: 17/099-2 : mez./bar.: C}

Ruhe, Süssliebchen (Rest thee, my darling) Op. 33 no. 9; words by L. Tieck; Eng. trans. E. M. Lockwood {17/099-8}

The sandman (Sandmännchen ): song (Lied); Eng. words Percy Pinkerton {17/099-3 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 2 in G b) No. 3 in G}

Sapphische Ode (Sapphic ode) Op. 94 no. 4: song (Lied); words by Hans Schmidt {17/099-7 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1: D}

Schön war, das ich Dir weihte (Fine was the gift I gave thee); G. Fr. Daumer; Eng. words Mrs John P. Morgan {17/099-4}

Wehe, so willst Du mich wieder umfangen? (Dost thou yet seek to detain me … ?) Op. 32 no. 5 {high v.: 17/099-5 : orig. (high v.)}

Brewer, A. Herbert (1865-1928) English

The fairy pipers: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherley {17/100-1 : No. 2 in A}

Bricusse, Leslie (1931- English

I've never seen anything like it {from Doctor Dolittle}; words & music by Leslie Bricusse {17/101-1}

Talk to the animals {from Doctor Dolittle}; words & music by Leslie Bricusse {17/101-2}

A wonderful day like today {from The Roar of the Greasepaint ...}; words & music by Bricusse & Anthony Newley {17/101-3}

Bridge, Frank (1879-1941) English

E'en as a lovely flower; words by Kate Kroeker (after Heine) {low v.: 17/102-3 : 3 copies : a,b) low v. c) high v.}

Love went a-riding: song; [words by] Mary E. Coleridge {17/102-1 : high v in Gb}

O that It were so!: song; words by Walter Savage Landor {17/102-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C}

Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976) English

Peter's dreams {from Peter Grimes}; words by Montagu Slater {17/103-1}

Broadwood, Lucy Etheldred (1858-1929) English

The Golden Vanity {from English County Songs}; words Anon.; arr. L. E. B. {17/103.5}

The keys of Heaven {from English county songs}: [song]; words Trad. {16/050-5 [25]}

Brodzky, Nicholas (1905-1985) Russian-American

I'll walk with God; words by Paul Francis Webster {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/104}

Brown, Nacio Herb (1896-1964) American

Alone {from A NIght at the opera}; words by Arthur Freed {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/105-3}

Broadway melody; written by Arthur Freed {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/105-1}

Love is where you find it; words by Earl K. Brent {17/105-2}

Singin' in the rain; words by Arthur Freed {17/105-4}

Bullock, Ernest (1890-1979) English

I love my God and He loves me; words by Chris Massie {17/105.6}

Bunten, Alice Chambers

Hush-a-ba, birdie: Scotch lullaby; additional verse by Alice Chambers Bunten {17/106 : No. 1 in F}

Burke, Joe (1884-1950) American

Tip-toe thro' the tulips with me; words by Al Dubin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/106.7}

Burke, Sonny (1914-1980) American

How it lies, How it lies, How it lies!; lyric by Paul Francis Webster {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/107}

Burleigh, Henry Thacker (1866-1914) American

I got a robe (Heav'n, heav'n): Negro spiritual {17/108}

Burrows, Rex

Each sunday morn (in the Church on the hill): song; words by Edith Temple {17/108.5-3}

Give me your hand: song; lyric by Joseph Murrells {17/108.5-2}

The hills of County Clare: song; words by Moore Raymond {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/108.5-1}

My heart Is yours: song; words by Kathleen Egan {17/108.5-4 : No. 2 in C}

Bury, Winifred

There is a ladye; words by Thomas Ford {17/108.7 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 [in E]}

Bush, Geoffrey (1920-1998) English

My true love hath my heart; words by Sir Philip Sidney {17/109}

Butterfield, James Austin (1837-1891) English-American

When you and I were young, Maggie: solo and [SATB} chorus; words by Geo. W. Johnson {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[69]}

Butterworth, George (1885-1916) English

Loveliest of trees {from 'A Shropshire lad'}; words by A. E. Houseman {17/109.2(1)}

Cadman, Charles Wakefield (1881-1946) American

I hear a thrush at eve: serenade; words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart {17/109.5 : No. 1 in Eb}

When the white plum blows: song; words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart {17/109.5-2 : No. 1 in Eb}

Capel, J. M.

Love, could I only tell thee: song; words by Clifton Bingham {17/110 : No. 1 in C}

Caplet, André (1878-1925) French

En regardant ces belles fleurs; rondel de Charles d'Orléans {17/110.5[2]}

Quand reverrai-je, hélas!; quelques vers de Joachim du Bellay {17/110.5[1]}

[Two songs] {17/110.5}

Capua, Eduardo di (1869-1917) Italian

Beneath thy window ('O sole mio!): Neapolitan serenade; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/111-1 : 3 copies : a) No. 3 in Eb b) No. 2 in F c) No. 3 in G (orig.)}

'E bersagliere: canto pattriotico; words by Pasquale Cinquegrana {10/045-5[16]}

'O sole mio! (My bright sun): song {17/111-2}

Carew, Molly

Advice: song; words by Royden Barrie {Chappell : 17/113-4 : No. 1 in Bb}

The Dorothy Perkins rose: song; words by Almey St John Adcock {17/113-2 : No. 2 in F}

Love's a merchant: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon {17/113 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb}

Over the meadow: song; words by Royden Barrie {Chappell : 17/113-5 : a) No. 1 in D}

The piper of love: song; words by J. Anthony McDonald {17/113-3 : No. 1 in Eb}

Tiptoe: song; words by Royden Barrie {Chappell : 17/113-6 : a) No. 1 in C}

Carey, Henry (1687-1743) English

Flocks are sporting: unison song; arr. Mary Sanders [Carey-Sanders] {17/113.1}

Pastoral; arr. J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {17/024-5 [2]}

Carey, Lewis English

Nearer, my God, to Thee: sacred song; words by Sarah Flower Adams {17/113.2 : No. 1 in F}

Carmichael, Hoagy (1899-1981) American

One morning in May: ballad; words by Mitchell Parish {17/113.5}

Carne, Gerald

Faith: song; words by Anthony Manwairing {17/113.7-3 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in Db b) No. 2 in F}

It's the same old homeland: song; words by Arthur L. Salmon {17/113.7-1 : No. 2 in Bb}

My dearest wish: song; words by Anthony Mannering [sic] {17/113.7-2 : No. 2 in C}

Carr, Michael (1905-1968) English

South of the Border (Down Mexico way): Tommies' theme song; by Jimmy Kennedy & Michael Carr [Kennedy / Carr] {17/315-2}

Carreau, Margaret

Pastures of the soul; words by Frederick H. Martens {17/114}

Carter, Thomas (1768-1804) Irish

O Nannie, wilt thou gang wi' me; words by Percy {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[56]}

Carter, William (G. M.) (b.1838) American

Skidmore Guard: [song and chorus]; written by E. Harrigan {16/050-1 [9]}

Cecil, Arthur

I hear thee speak of a better land: song; words by Mrs Hemans {17/114.5 : No. 1 in Eb}

Center, Alexander Scottish

The Banchory carol: song; words by Rev. Grant Fleming {17/114.8}

Chaminade, Cécile (1857-1944) French

L'Été; words by Ed. Guinand; Eng. words by Clifton Bingham {17/115 : 2 copies : b) [No. 2 in] G}

Ritournelle: song; poésie de François Coppée; Eng. Eugene Oudin {17/116 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Eb}

Chaplin, Charlie (1889-1977) English

This is my song; words and music by Charles Chaplin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/116.5-1}

Chaplin, Saul (1912-1997) American

Anniversary song (Oh! how we danced); by Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/116.7}

Charles, Hugh (1907-1995) English

There'll always be an England; words and music by Ross Parker & Hugh Charles [Parker / Charles] {17/441.8}

Charles, Wolseley (1880-19??) English

Cloze-props: song; words by G. Hubi-Newcombe {17/117}

Chavasse, Geoffrey

The Island of Skye; words by Annette Gibbs {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/117.5}

Chenoweth, Wilbur (1899-1980) American

Hear our prayer: sacred song; words by Alice S. Grainger {17/117.8 : No. 2 in E}

Cherry, Andrew (1762-1812) Irish

The dear little shamrock; by Andrew Cherry; arr. John S. Baker [Cherry-Baker] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/118}

Cherubini, Luigi (1760-1842) Italian

Ave Maria: sop. solo {17/119}

Chesham, Edward M

The longshoreman: song; words by Philip Dayson {17/119.3}

Chisholm, James Marquis (1837-1877)

The Battle of Stirling: national song; written by William Sinclair {16/050-3 [16] : [No. 2 in] Db}

Chopin, Frederic (1810-1849) Polish

The damask rose {from The Damask Rose}: song; adapted from themes of Chopin with lyrics by G. H. Clutsam [Chopin-Clutsam] {17/125-1}

Church, John (1675-1741) English

A divine hymn; by Mr John Church; ed. Edward J. Dent {17/120}

Churchill, Frank (d. 1942)

One song {from Snow White); words by Larry Morey {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/121}

Claribel (1830-1869) English

Come back to Erin: song; written & composed by Claribel {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/031-1}

We'd better bide a wee: song; written & composed by Claribel {17/031-2}

Clarke, Cuthbert English

The beautiful lady: [concerted song]; written by George Arthurs {17/121.5}

Clarke, Robert Coningsby (1879-1934) English

A birthday song: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {16/050-3 [10] : No. 2 in F}

The blind ploughman: song; words by Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall {17/122-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in F b) No. 2 in D}

The linnet: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/122-3 : No. 1 in F}

You'll git heaps o' lickin's: song; words by F.L. Stanton {17/122-2}

Clay, Frederic (1838-1889) English

I'll sing thee a song of Araby {from Lalla Rookh}: from the cantata "Lalla Rookh"; written by W. G. Wills {17/124-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in F}

The sands o' Dee: song; poetry by Charles Kingsley {17/124-3 : No. 1 in C [low v.]}

She wandered down the mountain side: song; poetry by B.C. Stephenson {17/124-1 : No. 1 in C (orig.)}

What is love {from Don Quixote}: bolero; words by H. S. Riddell {16/050-3 [18] : [No. 1 in] D}

Clutsam, George Howard (1866-1951) Australian

The damask rose {from The Damask Rose}: song; adapted from themes of Chopin with lyrics by G. H. Clutsam [Chopin-Clutsam] {17/125-1}

The golden song {from Lilac Time}; words by Adrian Ross; music arr. from Franz Schubert by G. H. Clutsam [Schubert-Clutsam] {17/125-3}

Ma curly-headed babby: plantation song; words by G. H. Clutsam {16/050-3 [13] : No. 2 in D}

Ma curly-headed babby: arr. for mixed v. (SATB); words & music by G. H. Clutsam {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/125-2.1}

Ma curly-headed babby: plantation song; written & composed by G. H. Clutsam {17/125-2 : 4 copies : a,d) No. 2 in D b,c) No. 3 in E}

Coates, Eric (1886-1957) English

Bird songs at eventide; words by Royden Barrie {17/127- 1 : 5 copies : a,d) No. 1 in G b,c) No. 2 in Ab e) No. 3 in Bb}

Bird songs at eventide; words by Royden Barrie arr. William Stickles [Coates-Stickles] {sop./ ten. & contr./ bar.: 18/035.3 : a) No. 2 (in Bb)}

A dinder courtship; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/127- 9 : No. 2 in C}

The fairy tales of Ireland: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/127- 2 : No. 2 in Ab}

The green hills o' Somerset: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/127- 3 : No. 1 in C}

I heard you singing: song; words by Royden Barrie {17/127-11 : 2 copies : No. 1 in Bb b) No. 2 in C}

If stars were tears: song; words by Frank Eyton {17/127- 7 : No. 2 in Eb}

Moon-daisies: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/127-13 : No. 2 in Eb}

Sea rapture: impression; words by Emeric Hulme Beaman {17/127- 8 : No. 2 in Eb}

Sleepy lagoon: song; words by Jack Lawrence {17/127-12}

A song of Summer; words by Lady Joan Verney {17/127- 6 : No. 1 in Eb}

Star of God: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/127- 4 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb}

Stone-cracker John: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/127-10 : No. 1 in D}

To-day is ours: song; words by Frank Eyton {17/127- 5 : No. 1 in C}

Cobb, Gerard Francis (1838-1904) English

The scent of the lilies: song; words by Arthur Rigby {17/129-1 : [No. 3] in C}

The young British soldier: song; words by Rudyard Kipling {17/129-2}

Cockshott, Gerald (1915-1979) English

Now we go to Bethlehem (Noel de musiciens): trad. children's carol; arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott {17/130-2}

Two Old French carols; arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott {17/130-1}

  1. A Virgin mother (Une Vierge féconde) 2. He is born, the Child divine (Il est né, le divin Enfant)

Coenen, Willem (1837-1918) Dutch

Come unto me: song for low v.; words by Rev. H. Bonar {17/131 : low v.}

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel (1875-1912) English

Big lady moon; words by Kathleen Easmon {17/133-3 : Eb}

A lament: song; words by Christina Rossetti {17/133-1 : 2 copies : a,b) Bb maj}

Life and death: song; words by Jessie Adelaide Middleton {med. v.: 17/133-4 : 2 copies : med. v. b) low v.}

Spring had come (Kam der Lenz mit seinem Glanze) Op. 30 No. 4; words by H.W. Longfellow {17/133-2}

The willow song {from Shakespeare's Othello} {17/133-5 : No. 2 in F min}

Collinson, Francis (1898-1984) English

The blackbird: English folk song; words ed. Francis Dillon {17/135}

Collisson, Houston

The mountains of Mourne: song; by Percy French & Houston Collisson [French / Collisson] {17/206 : 2 copies : No. 2 in Bb b) No. 1 in G}

Phil the fluter's ball: song; words and music W. P. French [French / Collisson] {17/206-2 : all) C}

Colville, Alan English

A blackbird in the dawn: song; words by Bryan Courage {17/135.5-2}

Welcome my Dear; words by Edith Temple {17/135.5}

Connor, Tommie

Down in the glen; words and music by Harry Gordon & Tommie Connor [Connor / Gordon] {17/136-1}

In God's Good time: song; words and music by Tommie Connor & Clive Erard [Connor / Erard] {17/136-2 : No. 1 in A}

Coombs, C. Whitney (1859-1940) American

Under the silent stars: a Christmas song [w. violin obbl. ad lib.]; words by Philip Brooks {set 17/137 : high v.}

Cooper, Margaret

Catch me!: song; words by Arthur Humble-Crofts {17/137.5}

Coote, Robert (1834-1888) English

The concertina man: [song and chorus]; written and composed Robert Coote {16/050-1[11]}

Corbett, Felix

Blossoms: song; words by Frank L. Stanton {10/045-5[ 7] : No. 1 in Eb}

Butterflies; words by Algernon C. Swinburne {10/045-5[11] : No. 2 in Ab}

Doing our bit at home; words by Alf Mattison {17/138}

Costa, P. Mario (1858-1933)

Luna Nova: canzone marinaresca; versi di Salvatore di Giacomo; Ital. by Carlo Abeniacar {10/045-5[22] : No. 1 in F}

Cowan, Marie

Waltzing Matilda; words by A. B. Paterson {17/138.2}

Coward, Leslie English

I only knew: song; words and music by Leslie Coward {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/138.5}

Coward, Noël (1899-1973) English

Bitter sweet piano selection; words and music by Noel Coward; sel. $ arr. H. M. Higgs [Coward-Higgs] {17/139-7}

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: song; words and music by Noel Coward {17/139-1}

London pride; words and music by Noel Coward {17/139-5}

Mad dogs and Englishmen {from Words and Music}: song; words and music by Noel Coward {17/139-3}

Poor little rich girl {from On With the Dance}: voc. fox-trot; words and music by Noel Coward {17/139-2}

The stately homes of England {from Operette}; words and music by Noel Coward {17/139-4}

Zigeuner {from Bitter Sweet}; words and music by Noel Coward {17/139-6}

Cowen, Frederic Hymen (1852-1935) English

The better land: song; words by Mrs Hemans {16/050-5 [15] : No. 2 in A}

A birthday (Il Compleanno); words by Christina Rossetti {17/140-1.2 : [No. 3] in Db}

A birthday (Ein Geburtstag); words by Christina Rossetti {17/140-1.1 : [No. 1] in Bb}

The children's home: song; poetry by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/140-6 (a) : [No. 3 in] Eb}

The children's home: song; poetry by F. E. Weatherley {10/045-4[14] : [No. 2 in] C}

The children's home: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {17/140-6 (b) (c) : 2 copies : b) [No. 2 in] C c) [No. 3 in] D}

The children's home: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {16/050-4 [37]}

Love lies asleep in the rose: song; Anon. {10/045-5[ 8] : No. 3 in Eb}

The mission of a rose: song; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-3 [24] : No. 2 in D}

Onaway, awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha}: song; written by Longfellow {17/140-2 : No. 1 in B}

The promise of life: song; words by Clifton Bingham {17/140-5 : No. 3 in Eb}

A psalm of life; words by Longfellow {17/140-3 : No. 2 in Eb}

Snow-flakes: song; Anon. {17/140-4 : [No. 2] in E}

The swallows: song; words by Clifton Bingham {10/045-5[12] : No. 2 in G}

Cox, Desmond

When you come to the End of a Journey; words by Box and Cox [Box / Cox] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/093.5}

Craven, Louise

I'll turn to you: song; words by Howard Barnes {17/142-1 : No. 2 in Eb}

My life Is yours: song; words by Howard Barnes {17/142-2 : No. 2 in F (orig.)}

Craxton, Harold (1885-1971) English

Sorrow no more: song; words by Fred Bowles {17/142.5 : a) No. 2 in F}

Cripps, Henry English

One song is in my heart: song; words by Harvey Allen {17/142.6}

Croke, Leo T.

Heart of mine; words by C. E. Vivian-Kennelly {17/142.8 : [No. 1] in G}

Jeanie, with the light brown hair: song; words and music Stephen C. Foster; arr. Leo T. Croke [Foster-Croke] {17/201 (a)}

Crouch, F. Nicholls (1808-1896) English-American

Kathleen Mavourneen; words by Mrs Crawford {Hutchings & Romer : 17/143 (b)}

Kathleen Mavourneen: Irish song; words by Mrs Crawford {Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/143 (a)}

Kathleen Mavourneen; written by Mrs Crawford {/ : 17/143 (c)}

Cunliffe, Whit (1876-1966) English

Just a wee deoch-an-doris; written and composed by R.F. Morrison and Whit Cunliffe [Morrison / Cunliffe] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/414.5}

A smuggler's song: for bar. or bass; words by Rudyard Kipling [Morrison / Cunliffe] {17/414.7}

Curtis, Ernesto de (1875-1937) Italian

Come back to Sorrento (Torna a Surriento); words by G. B. De Curtis; Eng. version Claude Aveling {Bideri : 17/144 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 2 in E c,d) No. 1 in C}

Dacre, Harry (1860-1922) English

I want to see the old home again: [song]; words and music by Harry Dacre {16/050-4 [ 8]}

Danks, Hart Pease (1834-1903) American

Forgive and forget, little darling: song and chorus; words by S. N. Mitchell {16/050-1[14]}

Danzig, Evelyn (1902-1996) American

Scarlet ribbons; lyric by Jack Segal {17/145}

Davies, Clara Novello (1861-1943) Welsh

Friend: song; words by Algernon Sassin {17/146 : No. 1 in D}

Davies, Harry Parr (1914-1955) Welsh

I leave my heart in an English garden {from Dear Miss Phoebe}; lyric by Christopher Hassall {17/148-1}

Pedro, the fisherman {from The Lisbon Story}: song; words by Harold Purcell {17/148-4}

Someday we shall meet again {from The Lisbon Story}: song; words by Harold Purcell {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/148-2}

Wish me luck (As you wave me goodbye) {from Shipyard Sally}; words by Phil Park {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/148-3}

Davies, Henry Walford (1869-1941) English

The farewell Op. 3 No. 1: song; [words] by Robert Burns {17/149-2 : No. 3 in D}

Hame Op. 18 No. 1; words by Allan Cunningham {17/149 : No. 3 in D}

The seal's lullaby {from Kipling's The Jungle Book} {17/149-3 : 2 copies}

Davies, William

O! Na byddai'n haf o hyd (Oh! that Summer smil'd for aye); Mrs Prichard; Eng. words by William Jones. {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/150}

Davis, Jimmie (1899-2000) American

You are my sunshine; words and music by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/150.5}

Day, Maude Craske

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp.; words by Edward Lockton {17/151 : 5 copies : a) No. 3 in F b) No. 4 in Gb c-e) No. 2 in Eb}

Beware of the maidens: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/151-2 : Db}

De Fesch, Willem (1687-1761) Flemish

Colin's success; words by Mr. Boyce; air by William Defesch arr. Elizabeth Poston [De Fesch-Poston] {17/152}

Dean, Edward

I wonder why?; words by H. Clayton Jones {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/152.5}

Debouy, C.

La Républicaine d'Alsace: chant patriotique {17/153}

Debussy, Claude (1862-1918) French

Les cloches (The bells); poésie de Paul Bourget {med. v.: 17/154-1 : No. 2 med. v.}

Romance; poésie de Paul Bourget {high v.: 17/154-2 : 2 copies : No. 1 high v. b) No. 2 med. v.}

Deis, Carl (1883-1960)

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}; William Congreve; arr. Carl Deis [Handel-Deis] {high v.: 17/251-4 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a,b) high v.: E}

Delibes, Léo (1836-1891) French

Les filles de Cadix (The maidens of Cadiz): boléro; poésie d'Alfred de Musset {17/158 : No. 3 in F#}

Delius, Frederick (1862-1934) English

Klein Venevil (Sweet Venevil); Bj. Björnson {17/160 : 2 copies}

Love's philosophy (Liebesphilosophie); [words by] Shelley {17/160-2}

Dell'Acqua, Eva (1856-1930) Belgian

Villanelle (With the swallow): song; Fr. Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. Constance Bache {16/050-5 [27] : No. 2 in C}

Villanelle (Oft have I seen); F. van der Elst; Eng. version Nathan Haskell Dole {Schirmer : sop./ ten.: 17/161 (a) : sop./ten.}

Villanelle (With the swallow): song; Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. words Constance Bache {Edwin Ashdown : 17/161 (b) : b) No. 10 in Eb w. cad.}

Del Riego, Teresa (1876-1968) English

The dawn wIll bring a brighter day: song; words by Mary Mariott {17/156- 8 : No. 2 in F}

The greatest wish in the world: song; words and music by Teresa Del Riego {17/156- 1 : No. 3 in F}

Happy song; words and music by Teresa Del Riego {17/156- 2 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 2 in Eb b) No. 1 in D}

Homing: song; words by Arthur L. Salmon {17/156- 3 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 3 in D c) No. 2 in C}

The perfect prayer: song, with org. (or harmon.) accomp. ad lib.; words by J. Whitcomb Riley {17/156- 6 : No. 3 in D}

Sink, red sun {from song cycle Gloria}: song; words by Stephen Coleridge {17/156- 5 : No. 1 in D}

The sunrise is coming: song; lyric by A. V. Broadhurst {17/156- 7 : No. 2 in F}

Thank God for a garden: song; words and music by Teresa Del Riego {17/156- 4 : No. 1 in F}

Denza, Luigi (1846-1922) Italian

A May morning: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/161.2 : 2 copies : a) No. 4 in G b) No. 1 in D}

DeSylva, B. G. ('Buddy') (1895-1950) American

Sunny side up; words and music by DeSylva-Brown-Henderson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/161.7}

Diack, J. Michael (1869-1947) English

Be Thou with me (Bist Du bei mir)); arr. J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {17/024-5 [1]}

The blue bells of Scotland {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-7 : Eb + F}

Bonnie wee thing; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-8 : G + A}

Come live with me {from Semele}; words by Marlowe; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {bar.: 17/252-14}

Come live with me {from Semele}; Christopher Marlowe; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {bar.: 17/250-7}

The Deil's awa' wi' the exciseman; words by Robert Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-6 : [No. 2 in] F}

Good fellows be merry {from The Peasant Cantata}; ed. J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {bar.: 17/025-8}

Happy flock {from Was mir behagt}; ed. (& Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-11}

I follow with gladness {from St John Passion}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop.: 17/024-4 : sop. ?}

Jack and Jill: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' [Handel-Diack] {low v.: 17/162-11 : a) [No. 1 in Bb - low v.]}

Little Jack Horner: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' [Handel-Diack] {high v.: 17/162-12 : a) No. 2 [in C - high v.]}

My heart rejoiceth (Et exultavit spiritus meus) {from Magnificat in D}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {mez.: 17/024-8 : 3 copies}

My wife's a winsome wee thing; words by Robert Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-1}

O Bothwell Bank; words by John Pinkerton; arr. J. Michael Diack [Fergus-Diack] {med. v.: 17/189 : med. v.}

Of flowers the fairest {from The Peasant Cantata}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-6}

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92); ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-1 (b) (c) : 2 copies}

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92): with oboe or violin obbl.; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop./ mez.: 17/025-1 (a)}

One morning, Oh! so early: song; words by Jean Ingelow {17/162-2 : 3 copies : a) [No. 1] in Bb b) [No. 3] in Eb c) [No. 2] in Db}

Pastoral; arr. J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {17/024-5 [2]}

The Queen's Maries {from The New Scottish Orpheus vol. 1}: song; Anon. {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-9 : D + Eb}

A rosebud by my early walk; words by Robert Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-5 : 2 copies : a,b) C + D}

Saviour make me all thine own {from St Matthew Passion}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack [Bach-Diack] {sop.: 17/025-7 : 3 copies}

Sing a song of sixpence: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' [Handel-Diack] {low v.: 17/162-3 : low v.}

The spinning wheel {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-4 : G}

Sweet one and twenty {from Floridante}; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {bar.: 17/252-15}

Think on me; words by Lady John Scott; arr. J. Michael Diack [Scott-Diack] {17/503 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in F}

To God sing praise {from 6th Chandos Anthem}: ten. solo; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {17/251-8}

War is toil and trouble {from Alexander's Feast}; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {ten.: 17/252-1}

Willie's gane to Melville Castle; Anon. {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-10 : Keys Bb and C}

Dibdin, Charles (1745-1814) English

The jolly young waterman {from The Waterman}: song; written & composed by Charles Dibdin {17/163}

Dickson, Stanley (1934-

Thanks be to God: song (w. organ or harmon. accpt. ad lib.); lyric by P. J. O'Reilly {17/164 : No. 1 in Bb #incl. organ part}

Diehl, Louis (19th c.)

Going to market: song; words by Harold Wynn {10/045-4[23] : No. 1 in C}

Dillon, William (1877-1966) American

The end of the road; written by William Dillon & Harry Lauder [Dillon / Lauder] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/165 : 2 copies}

Dix, J. Airlie (d. 1911)

The ould side car: [song]; words by P. J. O'Reilly {17/165.8-2 : No. 2 in Eb}

The trumpeter: song; words by J. Francis Barron {17/165.8 : No. 1 in F}

Donaldson, Walter (1893-1947) American

Just try to picture me, back home in Tennessee; words by William Jerome {17/166}

My blue heaven; words by George Whiting {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/166-2}

That certain party: fox-trot song; written by Gus Kahn {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/166-3}

Donizetti, Gaetano (1797-1848) Italian

Convien partir {from The Daughter of the Regiment}: [sop. aria] {17/168-1}

Quando rapita in estasi (When in his loving arms I lay): [sop. aria]; ed. (w. Eng. words) Edgardo Lèvi {17/168-2[2]}

Regnava nel silenzio (In gloom and silence fell the night): [sop. aria, w. recit. Quella fonte (Yonder fountain)]; ed. (w. Eng. words) Edgardo Lèvi {17/168-2[1]}

[Two soprano arias] {sop.: 17/168-2}

Dorel, Francis

The garden of your heart: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/168.3 : No. 2 in Ab}

Drummond, Frederick

The gay highway: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/168.5 : No. 2 in Bb}

Home that is calling for me: song; words by Ed. Teschemacher {17/168.5-3 : No. 2 in F}

Rosebud: song; words by Eileen Newton {17/168.5-2 : No. 2 in Db}

Rosebud: song; words by Eileen Newton {10/045-7[9] : a) No. 2 in Db}

Duff, Arthur K. English

Who is Silvia?; words by Shakespeare {17/169-1}

Dumayne, John

Bird of Spring: song; words by Walter Adrian {17/169.3}

Dumont, Charles (1929- French

No regrets; Eng. lyric by Irving Taylor {17/169.5-1}

Dunhill, Thomas Frederick (1877-1946) English

A child's song of praise: song; words by Lizette Woodworth Reeve {17/170-1}

The cloths of Heaven {from "The wind among the reeds"}; words by Yeats {17/170-2 : 2 copies : No. 2 in Eb b) No. 1 in C}

Gifts: song; words by James Thomson ("B.V.") {17/170-3}

I can hear a cuckoo; words by Margaret Rose {17/170-4}

The lass with the delicate air: unison song; arr. Thomas F. Dunhill [Arne-Dunhill] {Novello : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/015-1 (b)}

The lass with the delicate air: song; arr. Thomas F. Dunhill [Arne-Dunhill] {Novello : 17/015-1 (c)}

Lydia {from Sappho: 6 Cantatas, 1755, no.2}; arr. Clifford Bartlett [Arne-Dunhill] {17/016-7}

Three fine ships: song; words by Margaret Rose {17/170-6 : low v.: C}

Dunn, James P.

The bitterness of love {17/171}

Duparc, Henri (1848-1933) French

Phidylé; poésie de Leconte de Lisle {17/172}

Dvorák, Antonín (1841-1904) Czech

Als die alte Mutter (Songs My Mother Taught me) Op. 55 No. 4: Lied aus den Zigeuner-Melodien {17/174-1.1 : low v.: B}

Goin' home {adapted from the Largo of the New World symphony}; words and adapt. by William Arms Fisher [Dvorák-Fisher] {17/174-4 : No. 1 [in C]}

Love's greeting (Liebesgruss); Eng. words Frederick Corder {17/174-2(1)}

The maiden and the lark; Eng. words Frederick Corder {17/174-2(3)}

Peace in the valley (Ruhe im Thalle); Eng. words Frederick Corder {17/174-2(2)}

Rusalka's song to the Moon {17/174-5 : 2 copies}

Songs my mother taught me (Als die alte Mutter): song, from the gipsy melodies; Eng. words Natalia Macfarren {17/174-1 : 2 copies : a) low v.: Bb b) No. 3 in C}

Dzerzhinsky, Ivan (1909-1978) Russian

Cossack song; arr. Granville Bantock, Eng. words by Helen Bantock [Dzerzhinsky-Bantock] {low v.: 17/174.8 : low v.}

Earl, Mary (1862-1932) American

Beautiful Ohio: song; words by Ballard MacDonald {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/175}

Eastburn, R. A. (1837-1918) American

The little brown jug: [song and chorus (SATB)]; [words and music R. A. Eastburn] {16/050-1[12]}

Eden, Robert

What's in the air today?: song; words and music by Robert Eden {17/176 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in F b) No. 2 in Eb}

Ehret, Walter (1918-2009) American

Great day!: Negro spiritual (SSA accomp.); ed. & arr. Walter Ehret {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/176.5}

Eklöf, Einar Swedish

Morgon (Sverige): sång; ord af K. G. Ossiannilsson {17/177 : high v.: Eb}

Elgar, Edward (1857-1934) English

After: song; words by Philip Bourke Marston {17/178-8 : No. 1 in F min}

In the dawn {from The professor}: song; words by Arthur Christopher Benson {17/178-6 : No. 1 in C}

Is she not passing fair?: lay; words by Louisa Stuart Costello from the French of Charles, Duke of Orléans {17/178-7 : No. 1 in D}

Land of hope and glory: song; words by Arthur C. Benson {16/050-3 [ 3] : No. 2 in C}

Land of hope and glory: song; words by Arthur C. Benson {17/178-5 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in Bb b,c) No. 3 in D}

Like to the damask rose (Gleich wie der roten Rose pracht) {from Seven Lieder}: song; words by Simon Wastell {17/178-2 : No. 1 in G min}

Pansies (Salut d'amour): song; words by Percy Pinkerton {16/050-3 [11] : No. 3 in Eb}

Pleading Op. 48 No. 1: song; words by Arthur Salmon {17/178-3 : No. 1 in Ab}

The shepherd's song: song {from Seven Lieder}; words by Barry Pain {17/178-9 : a) No. 1 in Eb}

Song of liberty: song; words by A. P. Herbert {17/178-4}

Elkin, Robert

Spring goeth all in white: song; poem by Robert Bridges {17/179-1 : No. 3 in C}

Elliott, J. W.

The song of Hybrias the Cretan; Eng. trans. Thomas Campbell {17/180 : 2 copies : b) in F for bass}

Elliott, Leslie

The Good Lord's satisfied: song; lyric and music by Leslie Elliott {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/180.5 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in D}

Elliott, Percy (1871-1932) English

Mate o' mine: song w. violin or violonceloo oblig. (ad lib.); words by Leslie Cooke {17/181 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in F b) No. 1 in D (orig.)}

Ellis, Vivian (1904-1996) English

Ma belle Marguerite {from Bless the Bride}; words by A. P. Herbert {17/182-1}

This is my lovely day {from Bless the Bride}: song; words by A. P. Herbert {17/182-2 : 3 copies : in F}

Emanuel, Louis

The desert: descriptive song; words by J. F. Smith {17/183 : 2 copies : a,b) [No. 2] in D min}

Emmel, David (fl1870-1920) English

Philosophy song: [song]; words Anon. {16/050-5 [31] : [No. 1] in Eb}

Erard, Clive (1903-1988) English

In God's Good time: song; words and music by Tommie Connor & Clive Erard [Connor / Erard] {17/136-2 : No. 1 in A}

Erlebach, Rupert Oswald

Enjoy the sweet Elysian grove {from Alceste}: [song]; ed. Walter Ford; p.acc. Rupert Erlebach [Handel-Erlebach] {17/252-16}

Ernest, Gustav German

Sleep and rest: [song] w. cello ad lib.; words by Zadel B. Gustafson {17/183.5 : [No. 2 in] Eb #cello part in MS only}

Evans, David Welsh

Maesaleg: ten. solo; Dafydd ap Gwilym; Eng. words Wil Ifan {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/184}

Evans, George 'Honeyboy' (1870-1915) Welsh

In the good old summer time: waltz song; words by Ren Shields {16/050-5 [ 3]}

Evans, Hal

You bring me a song: song; words by Vernon Harris {17/184.5}

Evans, Ray (1915-2007) American

Havin' a wonderful wish (Time you were here); words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans [Livingston / Evans] {17/349}

Evans, Tolchard

I hear your voice: song; words by Ralph Butler {17/184.7 : No. 1 in Eb}

Fain, Sammy (1902-1989) American

I'll be seeing you; words by Irving Kahal {17/185-3}

Love is a many-splendored thing; words by Paul Francis Webster {17/185-1}

Secret love; words by Paul Francis Webster {17/185-2}

Fall, Leo (1873-1925) Austrian

My dream of love {from The Dollar Princess}; words by Adrian Ross {16/020( 4) [5]}

A ring o' roses {from The Dollar Princess}; words by Adrian Ross {16/020(12) [3]}

Farban, René

Rolling home to bonnie Scotland: song; poetry by C. Mackay arr. René Farban {16/050-4 [ 6]}

Farnell, George H. English

The Rose of Tralee: song (p solo, violin & cello ad lib. ); words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Geo. H. Farnell [Glover-Farnell] {Banks : set 17/221.5-1 (a) #a) incl. violin & cello parts}

Fasolo, Giovanni Battista (c.1600-1664) Italian

Cangia, cangia tue voglie: canzonetta {17/186 : 2 copies}

Fassone, Vittorio (d. c.1920) Italian

Margarita (de Parete): canzone per Piedigrotta 1891; versi di P. Cinquegrana {10/045-5[24]}

Fauré, Gabriel (1845-1924) French

Après un rêve (After a dream); paroles de Romain Bussine {low v.: 17/188-1 (b) : contr./bass}

En prière; poésie de Stéphan Bordese {bass / contr.: 17/188-2 : contr./bass}

Les myrtes sont flétris!: aubade; poésie de Gustave Nadaud {sop./ ten.: 17/188-3 : No. 2: ten./sop.}

The palms (Les rameaux): sacred song; J. Bertrand; Eng. words Clifton Bingham {mez./ bar.: 17/188-4 : No. 1: bar./mez.}

Le papillon et la fleur; poésie de Victor Hugo {sop./ ten.: 17/188-5 : No. 2: sop./ten.}

Fearis, John Sylvester (1867-1932) American

Beautiful isle of somewhere: [sacred song]; words by Mrs Jessie Brown Pounds {17/188.5 : high v.: Bb}

Fergus, John

O Bothwell Bank; words by John Pinkerton; arr. J. Michael Diack [Fergus-Diack] {med. v.: 17/189 : med. v.}

Finlay, Alec

Come o'er the border (Bonnie Prince Charlie); words by William Skinner {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/190}

Fisher, Howard

The adjutant: song; words and music Howard Fisher {17/192-2 : No. 1 in F}

An old violin: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/192 : No. 3 in Eb}

Fisher, William Arms (1861-1948)

Goin' home {adapted from the Largo of the New World symphony}; words and adapt. by William Arms Fisher [Dvorák-Fisher] {17/174-4 : No. 1 [in C]}

Fiske, Roger English

Done for; words by Walter de la Mare {17/192.5-2}

Weathers; words by Thomas Hardy {17/192.5 : 2 copies}

Fletcher, Percy E. (1879-1932) English

The smile of Spring: voc. waltz; words by George Ellerton {17/193-1 : [No. 2] in C}

Flotsam, Mr (1890-1968) English

The Changing of the Guard; words and music Mr Flotsam and Mr Jetsam [Flotsam / Jetsam] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/194}

Fogg, Eric (1903-1939) English

Peace; words by Rabindranath Tagore {17/196 : No. 2 in F}

Fontenailles, Henri de

Obstination (A Resolve); words by François Coppée {mez.: 17/198 : mez. in B}

Ford, Donald

A prayer to Our Lady {from Skylark and Swallow}: song; words by Rev. R. L. Gales {17/199 : a) No. 2 in Eb}

Forster, Dorothy (1884-1950) English

Dearest, I bring you daffodils: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/200-1 : No. 2 in Eb}

Mifanwy: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/200-2 : No. 3 in G}

Rose in the bud: song; words by Percy J. Barrow {17/200 : No. 2 in C}

Fortescue, Edith (1860-1924) English

Giver of life: song; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-4 [38]}

Foster, Stephen (1826-1864) American

Beautiful dreamer; arr. Frank C. Walsh [Foster-Walsh] {17/201-2}

I dream of Jeanie [with the light brown hair]; Stephen Foster; arr. David Dick Slater [Foster-Slater] {med. v.: 17/201 (d) : med. F}

Jeanie, with the light brown hair; words and music Stephen C. Foster; arr. Frank Walsh [Foster-Walsh] {17/201 (c)}

Jeanie with the light brown hair: song; by Stephen C. Foster; arr. E. Kershaw [Foster-Kershaw] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/201 (b)}

Jeanie, with the light brown hair: song; words and music Stephen C. Foster; arr. Leo T. Croke [Foster-Croke] {17/201 (a)}

Oh! Susanna {from The Covered Wagon}; words & music by Stephen Foster {17/201-3}

Fox, Charlotte Milligan (1864-1916) Irish

By the short cut to the Rosses: old Donegal air; words by Nora Hopper (Mrs Chesson); arr. C. Milligan Fox {17/202.2}

Fox, Oscar Julius (1879-1961) American

My heart is a silent violin: song; poem by Eric von der Goltz {17/202.3 : No. 2 in Bb}

Franck, César (1822-1890) Belgian

Panis angelicus (O wondrous Heavenly bread) {mez./ bar.: 17/203 (b) : b) [No.] 3 bar./mez. in G}

Franklin, Norman English

A warning, or The Danger of artificial fly: song from Vauxhall Gardens; arr. Norman Franklin [Arne-Franklin] {17/016-2}

Franz, Robert (1815-1892) German

Fondly he sought me (Er ist gekommen); Fr. Rückert; Eng. J. Wrey Mould {17/205-1}

In the hedge a rose is blooming (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut) Op. 26 no. 2; W. Osterwald; Eng. text Dawson Freer {17/205-4}

Leaves are falling (Blätter lässt die Blumen fallen) Op. 30 no. 2; Eng. Dr Wm. J. Wetmore {17/205-2}

My heart ever faithful (Mein gläubiges Herze): air for sop. in F; arr. Robert Franz [Bach-Franz] {17/024-7 (a)}

My heart ever faithful {from the cantata God so loved the world}: song for mez. in D; arr. Robert Franz [Bach-Franz] {17/024-7 (b)}

On a thorn-bush blooms a rosebud (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut mir) Op. 26 no. 2; [W. Osterwald] {17/205-3}

Fraser-Simson, Harold (1878-1944) English

Christopher Robin is saying his prayers (Vespers): song; words by A. A. Milne {17/205.5 : No. 1 in C}

Love will find a way {from The Maid of the Mountains} {16/020( 1) [3]}

The street singer {from Heart's Desire}; words by Percy Greenbank {16/020(12) [1]}

French, Percy (1854-1920) Irish

The mountains of Mourne: song; by Percy French & Houston Collisson [French / Collisson] {17/206 : 2 copies : No. 2 in Bb b) No. 1 in G}

Phil the fluter's ball: song; words and music W. P. French [French / Collisson] {17/206-2 : all) C}

Friml, Rudolf (1879-1972) Czech-American

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}; words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein {17/207-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in F}

Only a rose {from The Vagabond King}; lyric by Brian Hooker {17/207-2 : No. 2 in Bb}

Gabriel, Virginia (1825-1877) English

Cleansing fires: song; poetry by Adelaide Procter {10/045-5[ 5] : [No. 2] in D}

Galloway, Tod (1863-1935) American

The whiffenpoof song (Baa! Baa! Baa!); [by Tod Galloway; chorus by Guy H. Scull; words by Meade Minnigerode] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/404}

Ganz, Adolphe (1796-1870) German

So ben che la speranza: aria from cantata; arr. Adolphe Ganz [Porpora-Ganz] {17/454}

Garner, Erroll Louis (1921-1977) American

Misty; lyric by Johnny Burke {17/208-1}

Gartlan, George H. (1882-1963)

The lilac tree (Perspicacity); words and music George H. Gartlan {17/209 : 4 copies : a,c) No. 2 in F b,d) No. 3 in G}

Gatty, Alfred Scott (1847-1918) English

Ae fond kiss: Scotch song; words by Robert Burns {17/210-1 : No. 4 in Bb}

Ae' fond kiss; words by Burns; possibly by Alfred Scott Gatty {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[64]}

O fair dove! O fond dove!: song; written by Jean Ingelow {10/045-4[16] : No. 2 in Ab}

Rothesay Bay: song; by the author of "John Halifax Gent." [ie Dinah Craik] {17/210-2}

A sneezing song; words & music Alfred Scott Gatty {17/210-3}

Gay, Noel (1898-1954) English

The Fleet's in port again {from O-Kay for Sound}; words and music Noel Gay {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/211-1}

Lambeth walk {from Me and My Girl}; lyrics by Douglas Furber & Arthur Rose {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/211-2}

My thanks to you; words by Norman Newell {17/211-4}

Run, rabbit, - run! {The Little Dog Laughed}: with war-time parody choruses; words by Noel Gay & Ralph Butler {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/211-3}

You've done something to my heart; words by Frank Eyton & Ian Grant {17/211-5}

Geehl, Henry E. (1881-1961) English

For you alone: song w. violin accomp. ad lib.; words by P. J. O'Reilly {set 17/212 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in Db b,c) No. 4 in G #a,b,c) incl. violin part}

Love's homage (Non lo dirò col labbro) {from Tolomeo}; Eng. words & arr. Henry Geehl [Handel-Geehl] {bar.: 17/250-9 : No. 1 in F}

Geikie, James Stuart (c.1812-1884) Scottish

My heather hills: [song and chorus (SAB or TBarB)]; words by John Ballantine {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[30]}

German, Edward (1862-1936) English

Bird of blue: song; words by Chrystabel [Florence G. Attenborough] {17/214- 9 : No. 2 in Eb}

Cupid at the ferry: song; words by Caryl Battersby {16/050-4 [29] : No. 2 in G}

Daffodils a'blowing: song; words by Caryl Battersby {16/050-4 [27] : No. 2 in G}

Daffodils a-blowing: song; words by Caryl Battersby {17/214- 8 : No. 3 in Eb}

Dream o' day Jill {from Tom Jones}: song; words by Chas. H. Taylor {17/214-10 : No. 1 in Eb}

The English rose {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood {17/214- 1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in Bb}

Four jolly sailormen {from A Princess in Kensington}: song; words by Basil Hood {17/214-11 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in C}

Glorious Devon!: song; words by Harold Boulton {17/214- 2 : 6 copies : b) No. 3 in F c,e) No. 1 in C a,d,f) No. 2 in D #a) has B&H impr.}

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood {17/214- 6 : No. 3 in F}

Love the pedlar: [song]; words by Caryl Battersby {16/050-4 [22] : No. 2 in Eb}

O peaceful England {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood {17/214- 3}

Orpheus with his lute {from the Trio in Henry VIII}: song for low v. {17/214-12}

Waltz song {from Tom Jones}; words by Chas. H. Taylor {17/214- 4 : No. 2 in D}

Who'll buy my lavender?: song; words by Caryl Battersby {17/214- 7 : No. 2 in D}

The Yeomen of England {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood {17/214- 5 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in D}

Gerrard, Angela

My heart has gone rolling away: song; words by Pegeen Mair {17/215}

Gershwin, George (1898-1937) American

Swanee {from Jig-Saw}: voc. one-step; words by I. Caesar {17/216-1}

They all laughed {from Shall we Dance?}; words by Ira Gershwin {17/216-2}

Gibbons, Carroll (1903-1954) American

A garden in the rain: song; words by James Dryenforth {17/218}

Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong (1889-1960) English

As I lay in the early sun; words by Edward Shanks {med. v.: 17/219-3 : med. v.}

Five eyes Op. 9 No. 3: song with piano; words by Walter de la Mare {low v.: 17/219-9 : a) low v. in G min}

For remembrance; words by Edward Shanks {med. v.: 17/219-4 : med. v.}

In the Highlands; words by R. L. Stevenson {17/219-1}

Nightfall; words by Harry Dawson {17/219-5 : 2 copies}

Silver Op. 30 No. 2; words by Walter de la Mare {low v.: 17/219-7 : a) low in E min}

A song of shadows Op. 9 No. 5; words by Walter de la Mare {17/219-8}

This is a sacred city (By a bier-side); words by John Masefield {17/219-6 : 2 copies}

To one who passed whistling through the night; words by Margery Agrell {17/219-2}

Gideon, Melville (1884-1933) American

Then I know that I'm home; words by Edward Pola {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/219.5}

Gieseking, Walter (1895-1956) Franco-German

Ständchen; arr. Walter Gieseking [Strauss-Gieseking] {17/538-1 (d)}

Gilbert, Jean (1879-1942) German

Just for a night {from Katja}; words by Harry Graham {16/020( 3) [1]}

Land of mine {from The Lady of the Rose}; words by Harry Graham {16/020( 1) [4]}

Gilder, Eric (1911-2000) English

La contadina (The little peasant girl); words and music Eric Gilder {17/220 : 2 copies}

Giordani, Giuseppe Italian

O maiden dear (Caro mio ben) {mez./ bar.: 17/220.5}

Gleeson, Horace (1878-1959) Australian

God bless you, my friend: song; words and music Horace Gleeson {17/221.2 : No. 2 in C}

Glinka, Mikhail (1804-1857) Russian

The midnight review: song; Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch {17/221.3}

Glover, Charles William (1806-1863) English

The Rose of Tralee: song; words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Roger Quilter [Glover-Quilter] {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/221.5-1 (c) : No. 1 in Bb}

The Rose of Tralee; words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Ernest Reeves [Glover-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/221.5-1 (b)}

The Rose of Tralee: song (p solo, violin & cello ad lib. ); words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Geo. H. Farnell [Glover-Farnell] {Banks : set 17/221.5-1 (a) #a) incl. violin & cello parts}

The tempest of the heart (Il balen del suo sorriso) {from Il Trovatore}; Eng. words Charles Jefferys; arr. Charles W. Glover [Verdi-Glover] {17/556-9}

Glover, Stephen (1813-1870) English

The blind girl to her harp: song; words by Charles Jefferys {16/050-4 [14]}

Gluck, Christoph von (1714-1787) German

Che farò? (What is life to me?) {from Orfeo}: recit. & aria {17/222 (a)}

Che farò senza Euridice? (I have lost my Euridice!) {from Orfeo}: recit. & aria [for mez./contr.] {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/222 (c)}

What is life to me? (Che farò senza Euridice?) {from Orfeo}: recit. & aria {17/222 (b)}

Glynne, Trevor

The voice of the Shepherd: sacred song; words by G. Hubi-Newcombe {17/222.1 : No. 2 in Eb}

Goatley, Alma (1889-1968)

Can't remember: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon {17/222.15 : a) [No. 1 in D]}

Godard, Benjamin (1849-1895) French

Angels guard thee {from Jocelyn}: berceuse, w. violin & cello acc. ad lib.; Eng. words by S. J. Reilly {set 17/222.2 : 2 copies : a) No. 4 in Eb b) No. 2 in C #b) lacks violin/cello parts}

Chanson de Florian (Song of Florian); new Eng. version by M. C. Gillington {17/222.2-1 : a) No. 3 in D}

Godfrey, Fred (1880-1953) English

Who were you with last night?; written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan [Godfrey / Sheridan] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/222.3 : 2 copies}

Goodeve, Arthur (Mrs) English

Fiddle and I: song w. violin accomp. ad lib.; words by Frederick E. Weatherly {set 17/222.5 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in A #b) lacks violin part}

Gordon, Harry (1893-1957) Scottish

Down in the glen; words and music by Harry Gordon & Tommie Connor [Connor / Gordon] {17/136-1}

Gordon, Sheridan English

A fat li'l feller wid his mammy's eyes; words by Frank L. Stanton {17/222.8 : No. 1 in C}

Gorney, Jay (1894-1990) American

Brother, can you spare a dime?; words by E. Y. Harburg {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/223-1}

Gounod, Charles (1818-1893) French

Au rossignol: harmonie poetique; paroles de A. de Lamartine {sop./ ten.: 17/224-1 : No. 3: sop./ten.}

Ave Maria: meditation / sacred song; adapted to the 1st Prelude of J. S. Bach; Eng. words Lionel Mundy [Bach-Gounod] {Ricordi : 17/224-3 (e) : e) No. 3 in F}

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org.; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley [Bach-Gounod] {Schott : set 17/224-3 (d) : d) No. 2: mez. (F)}

Ave Maria; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley [Bach-Gounod] {Schott : sop./ ten.: 17/224-3 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a) No. 6: sop./ten.(G) b) No. 8: contr.(D)}

Ave Maria; adapted to the 1st Prelude of J. S. Bach [Bach-Gounod] {Wood : bar.: 17/224-3 (c) : 3 copies : c) [No. 9] Eb [bar.]}

Ave Maria (Spirit Eternal); words by R. R. Hall {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/224-4}

Ce que je suis sans toi: mélodie; paroles de L. de Peyre {sop.: 17/224-5 : No. 2: sop.}

The celebrated waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet}; Eng. words by Edward Lockton {16/020( 3) [2]}

Cross of Calvary (Ave Maria!); [by] Alfred Phillips {mez./ bar.: 17/224-6 : [No. 2]: mez./bar.(Ab)}

Entreat me not to leave thee: song of Ruth; Song of Ruth {17/224-7 : 2 copies : No. 1 in Bb b) No. 2 in C}

The flower song {from Faust}; words by H. F. Chorley {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/224-8}

Forever with the Lord!; words by J. Montgomery {17/225-1 : [No. 4 in] Eb}

The guardian angel: song; words by Henry Farnie {17/225-2 : No. 1 in C}

The jewel song {from Faust}; arr. Alfred Moffat; Eng. version H. F. Chorley [Gounod-Moffat] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/225-3 : 2 copies}

The King of love my Shepherd Is: sacred song; words by Sir Henry W. Baker {17/225-4 : 4 copies : a-d) F (sop./ten.) a-c) Francis & Co. seller's impr.}

Loving smile of sister kind (Invocation) {from Faust}: cavatina; O. Pradère; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley {17/225-5 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in Db}

Medjé: chanson arabe; poésie de Jules Barbier {17/225-6 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 3: sop./ten. b) Cramer seller's impr.}

Mignon: mélodie; poésie de Louis Gallet {sop.: 17/225-7 : No. 2: sop.}

Nazareth: sacred song; A. Porte; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/225-8 : No. 2 in Eb}

Nuit resplendissante: cantilène [organ & violin ad lib.] {set 17/226-1 #a) organ part impf.}

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena; words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill [Gounod-Kingsmill] {17/226-2 (d) (e) : 2 copies : d) [No. 1 in] G e) [No. 2 in] A}

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena; words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill [Gounod-Kingsmill] {17/226-2 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies : a,b) [No. 1 in] G c) [No. 4 in] C}

Repentir (Parce Domine / O divine Redeemer!): prayer; [Eng, words by Alfred Phillips] {mez./ bar.: 17/226-3 : {No. 2] mez./bar.(Db)}

Serenade (Sing on) {17/226-4}

Sérénade: berceuse; poésie de Victor Hugo; Eng. words Henry F. Chorley {Schott : 10/045-4[12] : No. 2 in F}

She alone charmeth my sadness {from Irene (''La reine de Saba'')}: recit. & air; words by Henry Farnie {17/225-9 : No. 1 in E (bass)}

There is a green hill far away: sacred song; words by Mrs C.F. Alexander {17/226-5 : 2 copies : a) No. 2 in E b) No. 3 in D}

Valse song {from Romeo and Juliet} {17/226-6 : No. 4bis: F (orig.)}

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet}; Eng. version Edward Oxenford {17/226-7}

Watching and praying: song, with v. obbl. ad lib.; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone {10/045-5[ 6] : No. 2 in Bb #incl. violin part}

When all was young {from Faust}: romance w. v-c obbl.; Eng. Henry F. Chorley, Fr. O. Pradère {16/050-4 [34] : No. 2 in A}

When all was young and pleasant {from Faust}: Siebel's song {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/226-8}

When thou singest (Quand tu chantes); words by Maria Thanetta {17/226-9}

Gover, Gerald (1914- English

I see His Blood upon the rose: song; poem by Joseph Plunkett {17/228}

Gow, Niel (1727-1807) Scottish

Caller herrin'; words by Baroness Nairne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[53]}

Graham-Dixon, Michael English

Now is the time for Christmas: carol for unison v.; Anon. (c.1500) {17/229.1}

Grain, Richard Corney (1844-1895) English

De ole umbrella: plantation song; written and composed by Corney Grain {17/229}

Grainer, Ron (1922-1981) Australian

I know now {from Robert & Elizabeth}; lyrics by Ronald Millar {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/229.2}

Grant, Douglas

Old Barty: song; words by Douglas Grant {17/229.7}

Gray, Hamilton

A dream of Paradise: song [w. violin & cello obbl.]; words by Claude Lyttleton {set 17/230-1 : No. 1 in Eb}

A dream of Paradise: [song]; words by Claude Lyttleton {16/050-5 [37]}

The heavenly song: with harmon. acc. ad lib.; words by Claude Lyttleton {17/230-2 : No. 1 in G}

Gray, John

Caller o'u (The boatmen o' the Forth); words and music John Gray {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/231}

Green, Gerald

The Rose of Tralee: p solo or song, w. violin ad lib. {17/232.3}

Green, Harry

The bells of England: song; words by Harold Simpson [Harrington / Green] {17/256.5}

Green, Philip (1910-1982) English

The story of the sparrows: song; words by Norman Newell {17/232.5 : 2 copies : No. 2 in G b) No. 1 in F}

Greenberg, Abner (1889-1959) American

C'est vous (It's you): voc. waltz; Abner Greenberg, Abner Silver & Harry Richman [Greenberg / Silver / Richman] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/233}

Greene, Edwin

Sing me to sleep (Sing mir dein Lied): song; words by Clifton Bingham; Ger. Frida Wilhelmi {16/050-5 [30]}

There let me rest (Dort lass mich ruh'n): [song with] violin obbl. ad lib.; words by Clifton Bingham {17/233.5 : [No. 4 in] F}

There let me rest (Dort lass mich ruhn): [song]; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-4 [33] : [No. 3 in] Eb}

Gregorio, G. de Italian

Ndringhete ndrà! ..: canzone-tarantella per Piedigrotta 1895; versi di P. Cinquegrana {10/045-5[21]}

Gretchaninoff, Alexander (1864-1956) Russian

The dreary steppe (Triste est le steppe) Op. 5 No. 1: song; words by Plestcheiev; Eng. Rosa Newmarch {17/232-2}

The little green house; words by Helen Douglas Adam {17/232-3}

Snowflakes (Schneeflöckchen) Op. 47 No. 1; W. Brüssoff; Eng. trans. Constance Purdy {med. v.: 17/232-1 : a) No. 2: med. v. D min (orig.)}

Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907) Norwegian

I love thee (Ich liebe Dich) Op. 5 No. 3; Eng. words by C. Laubach {17/234-1 (a)-(c) : 3 copies : a,c) No. 2 in C b) No. 3 in Eb}

I love you; words by Robert Wright & George Forrest {17/234-1 (d) : a) in C}

Ich liebe Dich (I love thee / Je t'aime) {low v.: 17/234-2 : low (orig.)}

Solveig's song; Ibsen; Eng. words Hubi Newcombe {Walsh, Holmes : 17/234-3 (d) (e) : 2 copies : d,e) No. 3 in A}

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1; from Ibsen's "Pier Gynt"; Eng. words R. H. Elkin {Enoch & Sons : 17/234-3 (c) : c) No. 3 in Amin}

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1; from Ibsen's Pier Gynt {Edwin Ashdown : 17/234-3 (a) (b) (f) : 3 copies : a) No. 3 in A b) No. 1 in F f) No. 2 in G}

Solveigs Lied; from Ibsen's Pier Gynt {17/234-4 (a)}

Solvejgs Lied (Solvejg's song / Chanson de Solvejg); Gedicht von H. Ibsen {Peters : sop./ ten.: 17/234-4 (b) : b) sop./ten.}

Spring (Våren) Op. 33 No. 2; Eng. words by R. H. Elkin {Edwin Ashdown : 17/234-5 (c) (d) : 2 copies}

Spring (Våren) Op. 33 No. 2; Eng. words by R. H. Elkin {Enoch & Sons : 17/234-5 (a) (b) : 2 copies}

A Swan (Ein Schwan); words by Henrik Ibsen {17/234-6 : a) high v.}

Grieve, John C. Scottish

The bonnie wells o' Wearie; words by Alex. Maclagan {17/237 (a)}

The bonnie wells o' Wearie; words by Alex. Maclagan {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/237 (b)}

Grimshaw, Arthur E

The songs my mother sang: a 'come-all-ye'; words and tunes Trad. {17/237.2 : No. 1 in D}

Grossmith, George (1847-1912) English

See me dance the polka: humorous song; written and composed George Grossmith {17/237.5}

Guastavino, Carlos (1912-2000) Argentinian

La rosa y el sauce; poesía de Francisco Silva {17/237.8 : 2 copies}

Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937) English

I will go with my father a-ploughing; words by Seosamh Mac Cathmhaoil {17/239-1}

Sleep; words by Thomas Nashe {low v.: 17/239-2 : low v.}

Spring; words by John Fletcher {17/239-3}

Hageman, Richard (1882-1966) Dutch-American

At the well; words by Rabindranath Tagore {high v.: 17/241-2 : [No. 1] H. v.}

Christ went up into the hills: song; poem by Katharine Adams {17/241-1 : high v.}

Do not go, my love: [song]; words by Sir Rabindranath Tagore {17/241-4 : a) low v. (Dmin)}

Music I heard with you; poem by Conrad Aiken {low v.: 17/241-3 : low v.}

Hahn, Reynaldo (1875-1947)

D'une prison; poésie de Paul Verlaine {17/243-1}

Si mes vers avaient des ailes! (If my songs were only winged!); poésie de Victor Hugo {17/243-2 : 5 copies : a-c) No. 3 in E d,e) No. 2 in D}

Hairston, Jester (1901-2000) American

Mary's boy child: spiritual; [written by Jester Hairston] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/245 : 2 copies}

Hall, Lincoln G

The voice in the cathedral: song; words by Marie Corelli {17/246 : No. 2 in C}

Hamblen, Bernard

Beside still waters: song; words and music Bernard Hamblen {17/247-1 : No. 2 in Ab}

Cast thy burden: sacred song; words by Wesley Durham {17/247-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Ab}

From day to day: sacred song; words and music Bernard Hamblen {17/247-5 : No. 1 in F}

His haven: sacred song; words and music Bernard Hamblen {17/247-3 : No. 2 in F}

O, Light of all the World: sacred song; words and music Bernard Hamblen {17/247-4}

Hambourg, Mark (1879-1960) Anglo-Russian

Light the lights!; words by A. P. Herbert {17/247.5}

Hamilton, Iain (1922-2000) Scottish

Afton water; words by Robert Burns; arr. Iain Hamilton {17/248-1}

Whistle an' I'll come to you my lad; words by Robert Burns; arr. Iain Hamilton {17/248-2}

Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759) German-British

Art thou troubled? {from Rodelinda}; words by W. G. Rothery {high v.: 17/250-4 : 3 copies : high in Ab b,c) med. in F}

As when the dove {from Acis and Galatea}: song for sop. v. {Novello : 17/252- 9 : [Key of C]}

Breathe soft ye winds: [song]; words by Ambrose Philips; mus. adapt. Herbert R. Stark [Handel-Stark] {17/252-12 : No. 1 in Eb (Bb to Eb)}

Care selve (Come beloved) {from Atalanta}; arr. A. L. (Mrs Rudolf Lehmann) [Handel-Lehmann] {17/250-6 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in F b) No. 2 in A c) No. 2 in F d) No. 3 in A}

Come beloved (Care selve) {from Atalanta}; arr. A. L. (Mrs Rudolf Lehmann) [Handel-Lehmann] {17/250-6 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in F b) No. 2 in A c) No. 2 in F d) No. 3 in A}

Come live with me {from Semele}; words by Marlowe; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {bar.: 17/252-14}

Come live with me {from Semele}; Christopher Marlowe; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {bar.: 17/250-7}

Come, ever smiling liberty {from Judas Maccabaeus}; ed. Dawson Freer {sop.: 17/252-11 : [Key of A]}

Dry those unavailing tears {from Belshazaar} {17/252-5}

Enjoy the sweet Elysian grove {from Alceste}: [song]; ed. Walter Ford; p.acc. Rupert Erlebach [Handel-Erlebach] {17/252-16}

He shall feed his flock {from The Messiah}: air {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/252-7}

Hear me, ye winds and waves! {from Scipio}: inc. recit. From the rage of the tempest {from Julius Caesar}; arr. A. L.; words of recit. Theo. Marzials [Handel-Lehmann] {17/250-8 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in G min #a) has B&H imprint}

How green our fertile pastures look {from Solomon}: [sop. aria inc. recit. Gold now is common]; words attrib. Newburgh Hamilton {17/251-9}

Jack and Jill: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' [Handel-Diack] {low v.: 17/162-11 : a) [No. 1 in Bb - low v.]}

Little Jack Horner: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' [Handel-Diack] {high v.: 17/162-12 : a) No. 2 [in C - high v.]}

Love in her eyes sits playing [recit.& air] {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Lo! Here my Love; p. arr. Vincent Novello [Handel-Novello] {ten.: 17/251-1}

Love's homage (Non lo dirò col labbro) {from Tolomeo}; Eng. words & arr. Henry Geehl [Handel-Geehl] {bar.: 17/250-9 : No. 1 in F}

O ruddier than the cherry {from Acis & Galatea}: inc. recit. I Rage, I Rage; p. arr. H. Heale [Handel-Heale] {bass: 17/251-2}

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}: song for sop. v.; [words by William Congreve] {Novello : 17/251-4 (c) (d) : 2 copies : [Key of E]}

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}; William Congreve; arr. Carl Deis [Handel-Deis] {high v.: 17/251-4 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a,b) high v.: E}

Ombra mai fù (O royal tree): recit. & aria (sop./mez. & ten./bar.) {17/252-6}

Orpheus' self may heave his head {from L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato, part 2}; from Milton's L'Allegro; arr. Albert Howe [Handel-Howe] {sop.: 17/251-5}

Rest; words by Rev. T. E. Brown {17/251-6 : a) No. 4 in G b) No. 3 in F}

Si tra i ceppi {from Berenice}; arr. Sir Henry Bishop [Handel-Bishop] {bass: 17/251-7}

Silent worship (from Tolomeo}; arr. Arthur Somervell [Handel-Somervell] {low v.: 17/252-8 : 2 copies : a,b) low v.: G}

Sing a song of sixpence: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' [Handel-Diack] {low v.: 17/162-3 : low v.}

Spring (La Speranza è giunta) (from Otho}; arr. Arthur Somervell [Handel-Somervell] {low v.: 17/252-10 : [Key of E]}

Sweet one and twenty {from Floridante}; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {bar.: 17/252-15}

To God sing praise {from 6th Chandos Anthem}: ten. solo; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {17/251-8}

War is toil and trouble {from Alexander's Feast}; arr. J. Michael Diack [Handel-Diack] {ten.: 17/252-1}

What's sweeter than a new-blown rose? {from Joseph}; arr. Albert Howe [Handel-Howe] {sop./ mez.: 17/252-13}

Where e'er you walk {from Semele}; words by Pope {17/252-2 (e) : e) No. 1 in G}

Where e'er you walk {from Semele}; words by Pope {17/252-2 (c) (d) : 2 copies : c) Bb d) Ab}

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: air for tenor; words by Pope {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/252-3}

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} {17/252-2 (a) (b) (f) : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in G f) No. 1 in F}

Ye Cupids and Graces {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Alexander's Course of Glory; Eng. words by Lady Macfarren; p.arr. H. Heale [Handel-Heale] {sop.: 17/252-4}

Hardelot, Guy d' (1858-1936) French

Because: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/254 : 5 copies : a,c,e) No. 2 in Bb b,d) No. 1 in Ab}

I know a lovely garden: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/254-2 : No. 2 in F}

Wait!: song; words by Arthur L. Salmon {17/254-3 : No. 2 in F}

Harding, Phyllis

Come my sweet pretty maid; words by Sherren Douglas {17/255}

Hargreaves, Reginald English

Cakes and good ale: song; words and music Reginald Hargreaves {17/255.5}

Hargreaves, William English

Burlington Bertie from Bow; words and music William Hargreaves {17/256-1}

Harrington, Cecil

The bells of England: song; words by Harold Simpson [Harrington / Green] {17/256.5}

Harris, Charles Kassel (1867-1930) American

After the ball; words & music Charles Harris {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/256.7 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in G}

Break the news to Mother: descriptive ballad; words & music by Chas. K. Harris {16/050-4 [ 4]}

Harris, Cuthbert (1870-1932) English

Give thanks and sing: sacred song; words by Edward Lockton {17/257 : No. 1 in Bb}

Hartley, William

First steps in violin playing - a modern method Bk 1: [intro. & exercises 1-60] {violin: 25/020-1(1)}

Hartmann, Christian

The haven of your heart; words by Harold Simpson {17/258}

Harty, Hamilton (1879-1941) Irish

Come, O come, my Life's delight; words by Thomas Campion {17/259-3}

A lullaby {from Six songs of Ireland}; words by Cahal O'Byrne {17/259 : No. 1 in G min}

The ould lad {from Songs of the Glens of Antrim}; words by Moira O'Neill {17/259-2}

Harvey, Sheena A.

My dear, remember (Until we part for aye): song; words and music by Sheena Harvey {17/259.5}

Hatton, John L. (1809-1886) English

The lark now leaves his wat'ry nest: serenade; poetry by Sir William Davenant {16/050-5 [ 1]}

Simon the Cellarer; words by W.H. Bellamy {17/260-1}

To Anthea; words by Herrick {17/260-2 : No. 1 in C}

When lovers say 'Good night': serenade; words by G. W. Birdseye {16/050-3 [22] : No. 1 in F}

Hawley, Charles B. (d. 1915) American

The sweetest flower that blows: song; words by Frederic Peterson {17/262 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in G b) high v.}

Hawthorne, Alice (1827-1902) American

Whispering hope: song; [by 'Alice Hawthorne', ie Septimus Winner] {Edwin Ashdown : 17/263 (a)}

Whispering hope; words and music Alice Hawthorne; arr. Frank Walsh [Hawthorne-Walsh] {Fentone : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/263 (b)}

Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) German-Austrian

My mother bids me bind her hair {17/264-5}

Now heav'n in fullest glory shone {from Creation}: bass air, w. recit. And God said, Let the earth bring forth + Straight opening her fertile womb; Eng. words A. Hunter {17/264-4}

She never told her love; Shakespeare; arr. Albert Howe [Haydn-Howe] {alto / contr.: 17/264-1 (a) (b) : 2 copies}

She never told her love; William Shakespeare; arr. Michael Pilkington [Haydn-Pilkington] {Stainer & Bell : 17/264-1 (c)}

The spirit song; ed. Edgardo Lèvi {17/264-3 : No. 1 in D min}

With verdure clad {from Creation}; Eng. words A. Hunter {17/264-2}

Haynes, Battison (1859-1900) English

Off to Philadelphia: song; adapted from an old Irish melody; words rev. & ed. Stephen Temple {17/265-1 : No. 1 in C}

Head, Michael (1900-1976) English

Ave Maria: sacred song; Eng. words Nancy Bush {17/266-1 : No. 2 in C min}

A blackbird singing: sacred song; words by Francis Ledwidge {17/266-10 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in E}

The fairy tailor: song; words by Rose Fyleman {17/266-2}

A green cornfield: song; words by Christina Rossetti {17/266- 8 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b) No. 2 in F}

The little road to Bethlehem: song; words by Margaret Rose {17/266-3 : 5 copies : a,c,d, e) No. 2 in Ab b) No. 1 in F}

Money, O! {from Songs of the Countryside}; words by W.H. Davies {low v.: 17/266-7 : low}

The singer; words by Bronnie Taylor {17/266-4 : 2 copies : a,b) in Ab}

Star candles: [song]; words by Margaret Rose {17/266- 9 : D min}

Sweet chance that led my steps abroad {from Songs of the Countryside}; words by W.H. Davies {high v.: 17/266-5 : 2 copies : a,b) high key}

When sweet Ann sings: song; words by Margaret Rose {17/266-6 : 4 copies : a-c) No. 2 in F}

Heale, Hélène (b.1855)

O ruddier than the cherry {from Acis & Galatea}: inc. recit. I Rage, I Rage; p. arr. H. Heale [Handel-Heale] {bass: 17/251-2}

Ye Cupids and Graces {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Alexander's Course of Glory; Eng. words by Lady Macfarren; p.arr. H. Heale [Handel-Heale] {sop.: 17/252-4}

Hely-Hutchinson, Victor (1901-1947) English

Dream song; words by Walter de la Mare {17/267-2 : 2 copies : Key: Bb (E to F)}

The old soldier; words by Walter de la Mare {17/267}

Hemery, Valentine

The little blue sun bonnet; words by Edward Lockton {17/268 : No. 3 in F}

Henderson, Charles (1907-1970) American

Invitation to the dance: vocal adapt. for film Three Smart Girls Grow Up; lyric & adapt. Charles Henderson [Weber-Henderson] {17/567-1 : 2 copies}

Henderson, W. A.

A farewell; words by Robert Burns {low v.: 17/270-2 : No. 2 in Eb (low)}

I dream'd I lay where flowers were springing; words by Robert Burns {low v.: 17/270-3 : No. 1 in G (high)}

Invocation (a prayer for Mary); words by Robert Burns {low v.: 17/270-1 : No. 2 in Eb (low)}

Hendrickson, W. D.

The Spanish cavalier; by W. D. Hendrickson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272[3]}

Henley, Peter J.

Deep in the quiet forest; words by Howard Alexander {17/280 : [No. 2 in] Ab}

Henman, Geoffrey (1896-19??) English

The songs of love: song; words by Christopher Hassall {17/281 : No. 1 in Eb}

Thesweetest time of the year: song; lyric by Frank Marchant & Henrik Ege {17/281-2 : [No. 2 in] Db}

Henrion, Paul French

The muleteer of Tarragona (Le muletier de Tarragone); by Paul Henrion; Eng. trans. M. J. Barnett {bar./ bass: 17/282}

Henschel, George (1850-1934) Anglo-German

The lamb; words by William Blake {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283-2}

Morning hymn (Morgen-hymne) Op. 46 No. 4; words by Robert Reinick; Eng. by the composer {17/283-4 : a) No. 2 [in Db]}

O were I on Parnassus' Hill: song; poem by Robert Burns; old Scotch air arr. George Henschel {17/283-2 : a) E min}

Shouggie shou, my bairnie: mither's sang; words by J. Wilson McLaren {17/283}

Spring; words by Thomas Nash {17/283-5 : a) No. 1 in F}

Young Dietrich Op. 45: ballad; words after the German of Felix Dahn {17/283-3 : [No. 2] in E}

Herbert, Victor (1859-1924) Irish-American

Ah! sweet mystery of life (The dream melody): song; words by Rida Johnson Young {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283.2-2 : [No. 2] in C}

Gypsy love song (Slumber on … ) {from The Fortune Teller}: song; words by Harry B. Smith {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283.2-1}

Sweethearts: song; words by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283.2-3}

Herman, Jerry (1931- American

Hello, Dolly! {from Hello, Dolly!}; music & lyrics Jerry Herman {17/283.5-1}

Heron-Maxwell, Kathleen

Smiles: song; words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox {17/284 : No. 2 in D}

Heykens, Jonny (1884-1945) Dutch

Ständchen Op. 21: aubade / serenade; von Hugo Krützfeldt {17/284.5-1}

Hickey, Vivian

Ecstasy: song; words by Sarojini Naidu {17/284.7-2 : all) C (E to E)}

Third mate: song; words by John Masefield {17/284.7 : all) Ab (C to F)}

Higgs, Henry Marcellus (1855-1929) English

Bitter sweet piano selection; words and music by Noel Coward; sel. $ arr. H. M. Higgs [Coward-Higgs] {17/139-7}

Hilliam, Bentley Collingwood (1890-1968) English

Ladies of Leamington; words and music B. C. Hilliam {17/285}

Hocking, Hetty English

The bulls won't bellow: song; words by Ernest Butcher {17/285.7 : No. 1 in F (low v.)}

Hollaender, Friedrich (1896-1976) German

Falling in love again; orig. words and music Friedrich Hollaender; Eng. words Reg Connelly {17/286}

Holst, Gustav (1874-1934) English

The heart worships; words by Alice M. Buckton {17/287-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in E min}

Margrete's cradle song; by Henrik Ibsen; Eng. words William Archer {17/287-2(2)}

Now in these fairylands: song; words by Humbert Wolfe {17/287-3}

The sergeant's song (1803); words by Thomas Hardy {17/287-4 : No. 1 in G min}

Homer, Sidney (1864-1953) American

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4; words by Howard Weeden {17/288-1 (a) : No. 1 in A}

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4; words by Howard Weedon [sic] {17/288-1 (b) : b) low v. (A)}

Requiem: song; [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson {17/288-3 : 2 copies : a,b) low v.: Gb (orig.)}

Sheep and lambs: song; words by Katharine Tynan Hinkson {17/288-2 : 2 copies : a,b) low in Gb (orig.)}

Hook, James (1746-1827) English

Within a mile of Edinburgh town: popular song; [words by Thomas D’Urfey] {16/050-4 [ 3]}

Horn, Charles Edward (1786-1849) English-American

The banks of Allan Water; words by M. G. Lewis {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[28]}

Cherry ripe; words by Herrick; arr. Liza Lehmann [Horn-Lehmann] {17/288.7}

Cherry ripe; words by Herrick; arr. Cyril Scott [Horn-Scott] {high v.: 17/501-6 : high v.}

Hornsby, George Faed

Bonnie Gallowa'; words by George G. B. Sproat {17/289}

Howe, Albert

Orpheus' self may heave his head {from L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato, part 2}; from Milton's L'Allegro; arr. Albert Howe [Handel-Howe] {sop.: 17/251-5}

She never told her love; Shakespeare; arr. Albert Howe [Haydn-Howe] {alto / contr.: 17/264-1 (a) (b) : 2 copies}

Softly rest (Ruhe sanft) {from Zaide}: [sop. aria: Zaide]; Eng. words Mary Field; arr. Albert Howe [Mozart-Howe] {17/419-4}

What's sweeter than a new-blown rose? {from Joseph}; arr. Albert Howe [Handel-Howe] {sop./ mez.: 17/252-13}

Howells, Herbert (1892-1982) English

King David; words by Walter De La Mare {17/289.5}

Hughes, Herbert (1882-1937) N. Irish

I know my love {from Irish Country Songs}; Trad.; arr. Herbert Hughes {17/290-1 : No. 2 in F}

I know where I'm going {from Irish Country Songs}; Trad.; arr. Herbert Hughes {17/290-2 : 3 copies : b,c) No. 2 in Ab}

The leprehaun {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 3}; coll. from an old ballad by P. W. Joyce; arr. Herbert Hughes {17/290-4}

She moved thro' the fair {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 1}; adapt. from an old ballad by Padraic Colum; arr. Herbert Hughes {17/290-3}

Hughes, Patrick ('Spike') (1908-19??) English

I tell thee, Charmion; words by W. Congreve {17/291}

Huhn, Bruno (1871-1950) English

Courage: song; words by Mabel Struble {17/292-2 : No. 1 in Ab}

Invictus: song; by William Ernest Henley {17/292-1 : 3 copies : a,b) alto or bass (Ab) c) mez. or bar.}

Hume, Alexander (1811-1859) Scottish

Afton water: Scottish song; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/293-1}

Afton Water; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[21]}

A guid New Year to ane an' a': song and [SATB] chorus; words by P. Livingstone {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[29]}

The Scottish emigrant's farewell: Scottish song; words & melody by Alexander Hume {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/293-2}

Hyland, Cyril

A windy day: song; words by Walter Ashley {17/293.7}

Ireland, John (1879-1962) English

Her song; poem by Thomas Hardy {17/294-1 : No. 3 in A}

The Holy Boy: song; poem by Herbert S. Brown {17/294-2 : 2 copies : a,b) [No. 2] in F}

Hope the hornblower: song; words by Henry Newbolt {17/294-9 : No. 1 in G}

I have twelve oxen (J'ai douze boeufs); Anon. (Early English); version française de Lilian Fearn {17/294-3.1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in G}

I have twelve oxen; Anon. (Early English) {Winthrop Rogers : low v.: 17/294-3 (b) : b) low v. [in F]}

I have twelve oxen; Anon. (Early English) {Boosey & Hawkes : high v.: 17/294-3 (a) : high in G}

If there were dreams to Sell; words by Thomas Lovell Beddoes {high v.: 17/294-4 : 3 copies : a,b) high in F c) low in Db}

Remember; words by Mary Coleridge {high v.: 17/294-5 : high v. [in D]}

Sea fever: song; words by John Masefield {17/294-6 : 2 copies : No. 2/3 in F min b) No. 1/4 in E min}

The soldier; words by Rupert Brooke {17/294-7}

Spring sorrow; words by Rupert Brooke {high v.: 17/294-10 (a) : a) high in Ab}

When lights go rolling round the sky: song; words by James Vila Blake {17/294-8 : No. 1 in C}

Ivimey, Ella

Invitation to Ranelagh (rondeau): song; from the air by Michael Arne {17/295}

Still the lark finds repose: song; the air by Thomas Linley (from 'The Spanish Rivals') {17/295-2 : Key Bb (Eb to Ab)}

The summer heats bestowing (1788): song; air by Stephen Storace arr. Ella Ivimey [Storace-Ivimey] {17/533.5}

Jacobs-Bond, Carrie (1862-1946) American

Just a-wearyin' for you {from Seven Songs}; words by Frank Stanton {low v.: 17/296-1 : 2 copies : low b) high}

A perfect day (Le jour divin); words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond {Frederick Harris : high v.: 17/296-2 (b) : b) high}

A perfect day: 'cello obbl.; words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond {Frederick Harris : med. v.: set 17/296-2 (a) : med.}

Jacobson, Maurice (1896-1976) English

The Roman road; words by Peggy Laing {17/296.5}

Jakobowski, E. (1769-1800)

Lullaby {from Erminie}; words by Edward and Harry Paulton {16/020(12) [2]}

James, Ifor (1931-2004) English

Scottish lament: for alto & horn; words by Maggie Palmer {17/296.7 : 3 copies #a-c) photocopied}

James, William G. (1895-1977) Australian

The radiant morn: sacred song w. organ obblig. (ad lib.); words by Godfrey Thring {17/297-2 : [No. 1 in Bb]}

The stock-rider's song {from Six Australian Bush Songs}; words by Richard Baylis {17/297-4(6)}

Summer rain: song; words by Fred G. Bowles from the Fr. of Albert Fleury {17/297-1 : No. 3 in Eb}

A Warwickshire wooing: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/297-3 : a,b) No. 1 in Bb}

Jamieson, James Scottish

Always Argyll; words by James Jamieson & Duncan McCrone {17/363.5}

Järnefelt, Armas (1869-1958) Finnish-Swedish

Cradle song (Berceuse); Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood {17/298}

Jefferies, Stanton (1896-?)

Heart of mine; words by Jane Renn {17/298.5-5 : No. 1 in C}

I sing of love; words by Harold Simpson {17/298.5-2}

My love will go a'winding; words by Richard Fisher {17/298.5-4}

Spring morning with you: song; lyric by Ralph Stanley {17/298.5-3}

Two hearts in Summertime: song; words by Jane Renn {17/298.5-1}

Jefferys, Charles (1807-1865) English

Katty darling; [possibly by Charles Jefferys] {16/050-1[68]}

Jenkins, David

He giveth his beloved sleep: song; lyric by Edward Lockton {17/298.9}

Jensen, Adolf (1837-1879)

Margreth am Thore {from Sechs Lieder} Op. 35 No. 5; von Otto Roquette {17/299}

Jetsam, Mr (1883-1945) New Zealander

The Changing of the Guard; words and music Mr Flotsam and Mr Jetsam [Flotsam / Jetsam] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/194}

Jobim, Antônio Carlos (1927-1994) Brazilian

The girl from Ipanema (Garôta de Ipanema); Eng. words Norman Gimbel {17/299.2}

Johns, Clayton (1857-1932) American

I cannot help loving thee: song; Anon. {17/299.5 : No. 1 in Bb}

Johnson, Noel

A thought: song; words by Clifton Bingham {17/300 : No. 1 in F}

Johnston, Lyell English

Because I were shy {from Three Northern County Folk Songs}; words and air Anon.; arr. Lyell Johnston {17/300.5(2) : 2 copies #a) photocopy (© 1915)}

Johnstone, Maurice (1900-1976) English

So are you to my thoughts; words by Shakespeare {17/301}

Jones, Isham (1894-1956) American

It had to be you; words by Gus Kahn {17/302}

Jones, Mai

Good night (Nos da): song; orig. poem by Idwal Jones {17/303 : No. 2 in G}

We'll keep a welcome; words by Lynn Joshua & James Harper {17/303-2}

Jordan, Julian (1850-1927) American

The song that reached my heart; words and music by Julian Jordan {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/305}

Jordan, Robert M

English country garden; words and music by Robert M Jordan {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/305.2}

Jude, William Herbert (1851-1892) English

Comrades still: song; words by C. A. Paris {17/306-5}

Consecration (Take my life, and let it be); words by Frances Ridley Havergal {17/306 : No. 1 in E}

The mighty deep: bass song; words and music by W. H. Jude {17/306-2 : [No. 1 in] Eb}

Rock of ages: sacred song; words by Rev. A. M. Toplady {16/050-4 [35]}

The skipper: song; words by F. J. Dennett {17/306-3 : No. 3 in D}

The tar's lass: song; written by Edward Oxenford {17/306-4 : No. 2 in D}

Judge, John 'Jack' (1872-1938) English

It's a Long Way to Tipperary; written and composed by Jack Judge and Harry Williams {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/307}

Kahn, Percy B. (1880-1966) English

Until the dawn: song; words by Harold Smith {17/308-2}

Where the wild-fowl call: song; words by Marshall Roberts {17/308 : high v.}

Kálmán, Emmerich (1882-1953) Czech

Play, gipsy, play! {from Maritza}; Eng. lyrics by Clifford Grey & N. Foley {17/309}

Kander, John Harold (1927- American

Cabaret {from Cabaret}; lyric by Fred Ebb {17/310}

Kane, Peter

The Rose of Tralee: valse [song]; Trad.; arr. Peter Kane {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/311}

Keats, Horace (1895-1945) Australian

Goneril's lullaby; words by Gordon Bottomley {from 'King Lear's Wife'} {17/311.5}

Keel, Frederick (1871-1954) English

The rose and the nightingale: song; words from Bailey's 'Festus' {17/312 : No. 2 in G}

To-morrow: song; words by John Masefield {from Salt-water ballads} {17/312-2 : No. 2 in G}

Kellette, John W.

I'm forever blowing bubbles; words by "Jaan Kenbrovin" {17/312.5-1}

Kellie, Lawrence

She dwelt among the untrodden ways: song; words by William Wordsworth {17/313 : No. 2 in Ab}

Kemp, David H Scottish

Border cradle song; adapt. from old Scotch poem {17/313.5 : [No. 1 in] G}

Kennedy, Calum Scottish

The road and the miles to Dundee; arr. MacLeish [Kennedy-MacLeish] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/314}

Kennedy, Hamilton

How can you buy Killarney? [Kennedy / Steels / Grant / Morrison] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/314.5}

Kennedy, Harry (c.1805-1894) American

Cradle's empty, baby's gone: [song and chorus (SATB)]; words and music Harry Kennedy {16/050-1[16]}

Kennedy, Jimmy (1902-1984) N. Irish

Old mammy mine; words and music by Jimmy Kennedy {17/315-1}

South of the Border (Down Mexico way): Tommies' theme song; by Jimmy Kennedy & Michael Carr [Kennedy / Carr] {17/315-2}

Kennedy, Ken

Twilight: song; words by Elizabeth Rosemary Blair {17/315.5}

Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory (1857-1930) Scottish

The Bens of Jura (An t-Iarla Diùrach); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 5}

The cockle gatherer ('S truisaidh mi na Coilleagan); Air from Marion MacLeod [with Gaelic] words from Kenneth MacLeod; arr. (with Eng. words) M. Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-13 : a) in Eb}

Deirdre's farewell to Scotland (Deirdre a' fagail na h-Albann); Trad. arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 2 : No. 2 in G}

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh); Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod {17/316- 3 : 5 copies : a,b) No. 3 in A c) No. 1 in Eb; d,e) No. 1 in G}

Harris love lament (Ailean Doon); Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 1}

Hebridean mother's song (Gur milis Morag); Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-14}

In Hebrid seas (Heman dubh ): ancient waulking song; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 4 : No. 2 in Eb}

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall); Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod {17/316-16 : a) No. 1 in Eb}

An island sheiling song (Maighdeanan na h'Airidh); Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-15 : 2 copies : a) No. 2 in A b) No. 1 in G (or Gb)}

Land o' heart's desire {from Songs of the Hebrides}; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-10 : No. 2 in F}

Peat-fire smooring prayer (Smàl an tùrlach); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-11}

The potato liftin' (Or a bhonnagan): a grandame's lilt; Trad. (from Annie Johnson) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 9}

Rannoch herding song (An druimionn dubh): Agyllshire air; Trad. set to Lowland words by Tannahill {17/316- 6}

The road to the Isles: tramping song; words by Kenneth MacLeod {17/316- 7 : 4 copies : a-d) No. 2 in A}

Skye fisher's song; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 8 : No. 2 in F min}

The wild swan (Eala fo leòn); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-12 : No. 2 in G}

Kent, Edward English

Having it out: humorous monologue; words and music by Edward Kent {17/316.5}

Kent, Walter

The white cliffs of Dover; words by Nat Burton {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/317}

Kern, Jerome (1885-1945) American

Bill {from Show Boat}; words by P. G. Wodehouse & Oscar Hammerstein II {17/318-1}

The folks who live on the hill; written by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/318-7}

A funny old house: song; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/318-5 : Ab}

I still suits me {from Show Boat film}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/318-2}

Ol' Man River {from Show Boat}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/318-3}

Pick yourself up {from Swing Time}; words by Dorothy Fields {17/318-4}

They didn't believe me {from That Midnigth Kiss, film}: song; written by M.E. Rourke {17/318-6}

Kershaw, E

Jeanie with the light brown hair: song; by Stephen C. Foster; arr. E. Kershaw [Foster-Kershaw] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/201 (b)}

Ketèlbey, Albert William (1875-1959) English

My star of love: song; words and music by Albert W. Ketélby {17/319-2 : Key Ab (C to E)}

Sanctuary of the heart: song (w. choir ad lib.); words and music by Albert W. Ketélby {17/319 : No. 3 in Ab}

Khachaturian, Aram (1903-1978) Armenian

Poema (Poem) {from "3 Arias"}: voice & piano; slova V. Briusova trans. W. H. Easterbrook {17/319.5}

King, Harry Scottish

The snow is on the mountain (Der Schnee liegt auf den Bergen); orig. Edith Bishop; Ger. Walt Harau [King / Bishop] {17/319.8}

Kjerulf, Halfdan (1815-1868) Norwegian

Last night: song; Ger. words by Christian Winther; Eng. by T. Marzials {10/045-5[ 9] : No. 1 in Ab}

Knapp, Mrs. Joseph F.

Open the gates of the Temple: song; words by Fanny Crosby {17/320 : [No. 3] high v. [in G]}

Kneass. Nelson (1823-1868) American

Ben Bolt: ballad; [words by Thomas Dunn English] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/320.5}

Knudsen, Gunder Danish

A flower (Sænk kun dit hoved, du blomst): song; [orig. Johannes Jørgensen] Eng. version Marie Boileau {17/321}

Korbay, Ferencz (1846-1913) Hungarian

Had a horse . . . (Hatte einst ein graues Ross): old folk song; Anon. {17/322-2}

Marishka! Marishka! (O Marie!); text and melody Szerdahelyi {17/322-1}

Koven, Reginald de (1859-1920) American

Oh, promise me!: romanza [melodie]; words by Clement Scott {16/050-5 [21] : No. 1 in G}

Rosalie Op. 161 No. 2: chansonette (mez. or bar.); words by Mrs J. R. Masters {17/322.5}

Kramer, A. Walter (1890-1969) American

The great awakening Op. 45 No. 5: song; words by Gordon Johnstone {17/323 : [No. 1] low v. [in C]}

La Forge, Frank (1879-1953) American

In pride of May: song; Trad. (old English) {17/325 : [No. 1] high in C (orig.)}

Lake, Frank (fl. 1940) American

Bless 'em all; words by Jimmy Hughes {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/326-1}

Lalo, Édouard (1823-1892) French

Aubade; Eng. words by Arthur Davenport {17/327-2}

L'Esclave [and] Souvenir {17/327}

Lambert, Frank (d. 1928) English

God's garden: sacred song; words by D. F. Gurney {17/328 : 3 copies : a) No. 3 in Bb b,c) No. 2 in Ab #b) added solfa in MS.}

Lane, Gerald English

A song of flowers: song; words and music by Gerald Lane {16/050-4 [30] : No. 3 in F}

Langdon, Chris

The Boy Friend (piano selection); words and music Sandy Wilson; arr. Chris Langdon [Wilson-Langdon] {17/580}

Lara, Agustín (1897-1970) Mexican

Granada: fantasía española; music and Span. lyric Agustín Lara; Eng. lyric Dorothy Dodd {17/329}

Lauder, Harry (1870-1950) Scottish

The end of the road; written by William Dillon & Harry Lauder [Dillon / Lauder] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/165 : 2 copies}

Lawson, Malcolm (b.1849) Scottish

Ae fond kiss {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody; words by Robert Burns; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 4}

Bonnie Strathyre {from Songs of the North}: old air; words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 3 : 2 copies}

Brown-haired maiden {from Songs of the North}; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 9}

Colin's cattle {from Songs of the North}: milking song; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 8}

Fair young Mary {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331-11}

Herding song {from Songs of the North}: old Highland air; words by Jan L. Lawson; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331-13}

How can ye gang, lassie? {from Songs of the North}: old Scottish ballad; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331-10}

Leezie Lindsay {from Songs of the North}: old Scottish ballad; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331-12}

Linten lowrin {from Songs of the North}: old Aberdeenshire song; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 7}

Maiden of Morven (Ossianic love lament) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody; words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 1 : 2 copies}

The praise of Islay (Moladh na landaidh) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody; Eng. trans. Thomas Pattison; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 5}

Skye boat song (Jacobite) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland rowing measure; words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 2 : 2 copies : a) [No. 1] in G b) [No. 2] in Bb}

Turn ye to me {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody; words by John Wilson ('Christopher North');arr. Malcolm Lawson {17/331- 6 : [No. 1] in E}

Le Brunn, George

Remember me to Mother dear!; written by John P. Harrington {17/333}

Le Fleming, Christopher (1908-1985) English

If it's ever Spring again: for med. v. & p.; words by Thomas Hardy {17/333.2}

Lecuona, Ernesto (1895-1963) Cuban

Always in my heart; lyric by Kim Gannon {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/333.5}

Lee, Bert (1880-1946) English

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile; words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee [Weston-Lee] {17/570.3}

Lee, George Alexander (1802-1851) Anglo-Irish

Here's a health Bonnie Scotland to thee; written by W. H. Freeman [Lee / Blockley] {10/045-4[ 4]}

Macgregor's gathering; [words by Sir Walter Scott] {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[26]}

Leeson, J. F.

The auld Scotch sangs; words by Rev. Dr Bethune {Bayley : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/334 (a)}

O sing to me the auld Scotch songs; words by Rev. Dr Bethune {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/334 (b)}

Lehár, Franz (1870-1948) Hungarian

Farewell, my love, farewell {from Frasquita}; words by Reginald Arkell {16/020( 4) [2]}

Girls were made to love and kiss {from Paganini}; Eng. lyric by A. P. Herbert {17/335-6}

I love you so {from The Merry Widow}; words by Adrian Ross {17/335-4 : No. 3 in G}

Oh maiden, my maiden {from Frederica}; words by Harry S. Pepper {17/335-1 : No. 2 in G}

Vilia {from The Merry Widow}: song; words by Adrian Ross {17/335-5 : No. 2 in F}

The white dove {from The Rogue Song}: song; words by Clifford Grey {17/335-2 : 2 copies}

You are my heart's delight {from The Land of Smiles}; words by Harry Graham {17/335-3 : 3 copies : No. 2 in Bb b,c) No. 2,3 in C}

Lehmann, Amelia (1830-1908) English

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis}; Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] [Lully-Lehmann] {17/337-3 : No. 1 in Eb}

Care selve (Come beloved) {from Atalanta}; arr. A. L. (Mrs Rudolf Lehmann) [Handel-Lehmann] {17/250-6 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in F b) No. 2 in A c) No. 2 in F d) No. 3 in A}

Come beloved (Care selve) {from Atalanta}; arr. A. L. (Mrs Rudolf Lehmann) [Handel-Lehmann] {17/250-6 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in F b) No. 2 in A c) No. 2 in F d) No. 3 in A}

Hear me, ye winds and waves! {from Scipio}: inc. recit. From the rage of the tempest {from Julius Caesar}; arr. A. L.; words of recit. Theo. Marzials [Handel-Lehmann] {17/250-8 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in G min #a) has B&H imprint}

The lass with the delicate air: song; arr. A. L. [Arne-Lehmann] {Chappell : 17/015-1 (a) : 2 copies : a,d) No. 3 in G}

The violet and the rose {from A la Watteau}: song; words by R. H. Elkin {17/337-1 : No. 2 in F}

When love is kind: old melody; words by Thomas Moore {16/050-5 [12] : No. 2 in Ab}

When love is kind: old melody; words by Thomas Moore; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] {17/337-2 : No. 2 in Ab}

Lehmann, Liza (1862-1918) English

Ah, moon of my delight {from In a Persian Garden}; words from FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám {17/336-10 : a) No. 1 in F}

Cherry ripe; words by Herrick; arr. Liza Lehmann [Horn-Lehmann] {17/288.7}

The cuckoo {from More Daisies}; words by W. B. Rands {17/336-1 : No. 1 in C}

Evensong (Fold your white wings...); words by Constance Morgan {17/336-2 : No. 2 in C}

Good morning, Brother Sunshine: song; words by J.W. Foley {17/336-3 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in Eb}

If no-one ever marries me {from The Daisy Chain}: [song of childhood]; words by Laurnce Alma Tadema {17/336-4 : No. 2 in D}

Magdalen at Michael's Gate: song; words by Henry Kingsley {17/336-5 : 3 copies : a-c) No. 1 in F# min}

Myself when young {from In a Persian Garden}; words from FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám {17/336-6 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb}

Oh tell me, nightingale; words from Bodenstedt's Songs of Mirza-Schaffy {17/336-7 : [No. 2] in D min}

There are fairies at the bottom of our garden: song; words by Rose Fyleman {17/336-9 : No. 2 in Eb}

Two seal songs; words by Rudyard Kipling {mez.: 17/336-8 : No. 2 mez.}

Lemare, Edwin Henry (1865-1934) English-American

Moonlight and roses {17/338-1 : 2 copies}

Lemon, Laura (1866-1924) Canadian

Auld Scotland: song (set to an old Gaelic air); words by Alexander Grant {16/050-3 [15]}

My ain folk: ballad of home; words by Wilfrid Mills {17/339 : 4 copies : c) [No. 3 in] G a,b) No. 3 in F d) No. 2 in F}

A wee bit o' heather: song; words by Alexander Grant {16/050-3 [14] : No. 2 in F}

Leonard, Conrad (1898-2003)

I'm in love with a song; words by Carroll Levis {17/339.5 : No. 2 in C}

Leoncavallo, Ruggiero (1858-1919) Italian

Mattinata; parole e musica R. Leoncavallo {2 flutes: 17/340-2 : No. 2 sop./ten. (E)}

Prologue {from Pagliacci); words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly {low v.: 17/340-1 : 2 copies : low (Bb) b) high (C-orig.)}

'Tis the day (Mattinata); words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. trans. Frederic E. Weatherly {17/340-2.2 : No. 2 in D}

Leoni, Franco (1864-1949?) Italian

The lark: song; words by G. Hubi Newcombe {10/045-5[14]}

Too late: rondeau; words by Adela Wilkins {10/045-5[13]}

When he comes home: song; words by Maurice Maeterlinck; Eng. version Fred G. Bowles {17/341 : No. 2 in E}

Leppard, Raymond (1927- English

The National Anthem in the version used by the Royal Shakespeare Company; arr. Raymond Leppard [Arne-Leppard] {orch. sc. 17/016-5 #a) Lacks text}

Leslie, Henry David (1822-1896) English

Annabelle Lee: song; words by Edgar Poe {17/342 : [No. 2] in G (orig.)}

Leslie, Henry T. English

The four jolly smiths: right jovial song; written by J. Louis Rockliffe {17/342.5 : No. 2 in Bb}

Leslie-Smith, Kenneth (d. 1993) English

One love for ever; words by James Dryenforth {17/343 : No. 1 in G}

Leva, Enrico de (1867-1955) Italian

'E spingole frangese: canzone popolare per Piedigrotta 1888; versi di S. di Giacomo {10/045-5[15]}

Lewis, Sidney

Roses remind me of you: song; written by Eric Graham {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/343.5}

Liddle, Samuel (1867-1951) English

Abide with me: sacred song; words by Henry Francis Lyte {Boosey : 17/344-1 : 6 copies : No. 2 in Db b,d) No. 1 in C c) No. 2 in E e,f) No. 3 in Eb}

Abide with me: sacred song; words by Henry Francis Lyte {16/050-4 [17] : No. 2 in Db}

Abide with me: favorite sacred song; [words by Henry Francis Lyte] arr. Percy Newman [Liddle-Newman] {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/344-1.1}

The garden where the praties grow: old Irish melody {17/344-4 : all) F}

God is our refuge and strength: sacred song; words from Psalm 46 {17/344-2 : No. 2 in D}

How lovely are thy dwellings: sacred song; words from Psalm 84 {17/344-3 (d) (e) : 2 copies : d,e) No. 1 in C}

How lovely are thy dwellings: sacred song; words from Psalm 84 {17/344-3 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies : a) No. 4 in Eb b) No. 2 in Db c) No. 2 in C}

Lidgey, Charles Albert (d. 1924) English

A widow bird state mourning: Archy's song; words by Shelley {17/344.5 : No. 2 in E min}

Liebling, Estelle (1880-1970) American

C'est bien l'air (That's the tune) {from L'Etoile du Nord}: with special cadenza for col. v. & 2 flutes; arr. Estelle Liebling [Meyerbeer-Liebling] {17/400-1 : 2 copies}

Lieurance, Thurlow Weed (1878-1963) American

By the waters of Minnetonka: Indian love song (w. violin or flute accomp., ad lib.); words by J. M. Cavanass {17/345 : a) No. 2 in G}

Lindsay, M. (Miss) (1827-1898) English

The Bridge: [song]; written by H W Longfellow {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-3 [17] : key=Eb}

Far away: song; poetry from Summer Songs of Country Life by M. Lindsay (Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss) {10/045-4[17]}

Linley, George (1798-1865) English

Little Nell: song; words by Charlotte Young {16/050-5 [ 8]}

Linley, Thomas (1732-1795) English

Still the lark finds repose: song; the air by Thomas Linley (from 'The Spanish Rivals') {17/295-2 : Key Bb (Eb to Ab)}

Linley, William (1771-1835) English

Orpheus with his lute; words by Shakespeare; arr. Dennis Arundell [Linley-Arundell] {17/345.5}

Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) Hungarian

Es muss ein Wunderbares sein {17/346-1}

It must a wondrous rapture be (Es muss ein Wunderbares sein) {17/346-3}

Liebestraum (Dream of love); Ital. version Tito Schipa, Eng. version Lawrence Lipton {17/346-4}

The Loreley (Die Lorelei); words by Heinrich Heine {17/346-2}

Love's dream (Liszt's Liebestraume): [voc.] waltz; arr. E J Bennet [Liszt-Bennet] {17/062}

Little, Jack (1899-1956) American

Hold me; by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim & Ira Schuster [Little / Oppenheim / Schuster] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/348}

Livingston, Jay (1915-2001) American

Havin' a wonderful wish (Time you were here); words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans [Livingston / Evans] {17/349}

Locknane, Clement English

Ah! Let me dream: song; words by Harry Paulton {16/050-4 [23] : No. 3 in G}

Loder, Edward James (1813-1865) English

The diver: song; words by G. Douglas Thompson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/349.5}

Loeb, John Jacob (1910-1970) American

Masquerade: waltz song; lyric by Paul Francis Webster {17/350}

Loesser, Frank Henry (1910-1969) American

On a slow boat to China; words and music by Frank Loesser {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/350.5-1 : 2 copies}

Wonderful Copenhagen {from Hans Christian Andersen}; [words and music] by Frank Loesser {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/350.5-2}

Loewe, Frederick (1901-1988) Austrian-American

Brigadoon {from Brigadoon}; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner {17/351-2.1 : 2 copies}

I could have danced all night {from My Fair Lady}; words by Alan Jay Lerner {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.1}

Thank Heaven for little girls {from Gigi}; words by Alan Jay Lerner {17/351-3.1}

With a little bit of luck {from My Fair Lady}; words by Alan Jay Lerner {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.2 : 2 copies}

Wouldn't it be loverly {from My Fair Lady}; words by Alan Jay Lerner {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.3}

Löhr, Frederic Nicholls (1844-1888) English

Out on the Deep; words by Samuel K. Cowan {17/351.5 : No. 1 in A}

Löhr, Hermann Frederic (1872-1944) English

Chorus, gentlemen!: song; words by Mark Ambient {17/352- 1 : No. 1 in F}

Give: sacred song; words by Isobel C. Clarke {17/352- 2 : No. 3 in F}

I dream of a garden of sunshine; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/352- 3 : No. 2 in Eb}

Little grey home in the west: song; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot {17/352- 4 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C}

The little Irish girl: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/352- 5 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C c) No. 1 in Bb}

Only one word: song; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot {17/352- 6 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in D b) No. 2 in Eb}

Roadways: song; words by John Masefield {17/352- 8 : No. 2 in Eb}

Temples of the forest: song; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot {17/352- 7}

Two little Irish songs; words by 1. Edwin Hamilton 2. Samuel Lover {med. v.: 17/352-10 : med. v.}

  1. To my first love 2. You'd better ask me

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/352- 9 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb}

Longstaffe, Ernest English

Gentlemen, good-night!: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/354-4 : No. 2 in D}

Here come the Guards: song; words and music Ernest Longstaffe {17/354-2 : No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in A}

When the sergeant major's on parade: song; words and music Ernest Longstaffe {17/354-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in A}

Where's the sergeant?: song; words and music Ernest Longstaffe {17/354-3 : all) No. 1 in G}

Lotti, Antonio (1667-1740) Italian

Pur dicesti (O bocca bella): romanza {10/045-5[19]}

Loughborough, Raymond (d. 1967) Irish

By the light of the moon; words by Fred Weatherly {17/356-1 : No. 2 in D}

The silver swan: song; Anon. {17/356-3}

A song in the night: song w. violin obbl.; words by Charles G. Mortimer {17/356-2 : No. 1 in Eb}

Louiguy (1916-1991) Spanish

La vie en rose (Take me to your heart again); Eng. lyric by Frank Eyton; Fre. by Edith Piaf {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/238-1}

Lover, Samuel (1797-1868) Anglo-Irish

Barney O'Hea: Irish ballad; written & composed by Samuel Lover {16/050-4 [24]}

Lowthian, Caroline (19th c.) English

Gates of the West: song; words by A[melia] L[ehmann] {16/050-3 [26] : [No. 1 in] D}

Gates of the West: song; written by A[melia] L[ehmann] {10/045-4[24] : [No. 2] in F}

Lubbock, Mark (1898-1986) English

The whispering poplar: song; lyric by Christopher Hassall {17/358}

Lully, Jean-Baptiste (1632-1687) Italian-French

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis}; Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] [Lully-Lehmann] {17/337-3 : No. 1 in Eb}

Luzzi, Luigi (1826-1876) Italian

Ave Maria Op. 80; Eng. version H. Millard {17/360}

MacCunn, Hamish (1868-1916) Scottish

The ash tree: song; words by Thomas Davidson {17/364-4 : No. 1 in F}

The auld fisher; words by George Macdonald {17/364-1 : 2 copies : b) C min}

Jock o' Hazeldean; words by Sir Walter Scott {17/364-5 : a) [No. 1 in] Eb}

Lie there, my lute: song; words by Charles H. Taylor {17/364-3 : No. 1 in Ab}

My Nannie's awa'; by Burns {17/364-2}

MacDowell, Edward (1861-1908) American

To a wild rose Op. 51 No. 1; words by R. H. Elkin {17/365 : 2 copies : a,b) high v. (G) #b) score only}

Macey, Alan

The flag we love; words by Arthur Coxford {17/366}

MacFarlane, Sandy Scottish

Granny's Highland hame; written and composed by Sandy MacFarlane {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/367 : 2 copies}

Mackeben, Theo (1897-1953) German

I give my heart: song; words by Rowland Leigh; arr. Theo Mackeben [Millöcker-Mackeben] {17/402}

Mackenzie-Murdoch, William (1871-1923 Scottish

Hame o' mine: Scottish song; words and music Mackenzie-Murdoch {17/422 : No. 2 in C}

MacLeish, Ian Scottish

The road and the miles to Dundee; arr. MacLeish [Kennedy-MacLeish] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/314}

MacLellan, Gene (1938-1995) Canadian

Snowbird; words and music Gene MacLellan {17/371.5}

MacLeod, Robert

A Highland pastoral (Duanag na h-airigh); words by Harold Boulton {17/372-1 : [No. 2 in] E min}

Oor ain glen; words by Harold Boulton {17/372-2 : [No. 3 in] Ab}

MacMurrough, Dermot

Macushla: song; words by Josephine V. Rowe {17/374 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in F}

MacQuarrie, Archibald Scottish

Scotland for ever: song; words by D. S. Gillespie {17/375 : 2 copies}

Malashkin, Leonid Dimitrievich (1842-1902) Russian

Oh, could I but express in song; G. Lischin; Eng. words Rosa Newmarch {low v.: 17/376 : low v. (C# min)}

Mallinson, Albert

Sing! break into song! (Sing! stimm an das Lied!); Albert Mallinson {17/378}

Snowflakes (Schneeflocken); poem Anon. {17/378-2}

Malotte, Albert Hay

Blow me eyes!: song; words by Wallace Irwin {17/380-1}

The Lord's prayer: musical settng {17/380-2 : 2 copies : No. 1 in Bb}

Mareo, Eric (1892-1958) Australian

The face of a friend: song; composed by Eric Mareo {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/382-2}

For the sake of you: song; composed by Eric Mareo {17/382}

Marks, J. Christopher

Now the day is over: sacred song; words by Rev. S. Baring-Gould {17/382.5 : [No. 1] in Eb}

Marshall, Charles (1857-1927)

I dream that I hear you singing: song; words by Katerina Bogosoff {17/383-1 : No. 1 in Eb}

I hear you calling me: song; words by Harold Harford {17/383-2 : No. 3 in Bb}

I hear you calling me: song; words by Harold Harford {16/050-3 [ 5] : No. 1 in G}

Sympathy: song; words by Mary L. Hay {17/383-3 : [No. 2] in Eb}

Martin, Easthope (1882-1925) English

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song; lyric by Helen Taylor {17/384-1 (a) : No. 1 in G}

Come to the fair: unison song; lyric by Helen Taylor {17/384-1 (b)}

Everywhere I go {from Four Pastorals}: song; lyric by Helen Taylor {17/384-6 : No. 1 in C}

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair}; words by Helen Taylor {17/384-2 : No. 2 in Bb}

An interlude {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/384-3 : No. 1 in C}

The light of the sunset glow: song; words by Ursula Curzon; adapt. from Easthope Martin's 'Evensong' [Martin-Taylor] {17/384-5 : No. 2 in Eb}

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël) {from Red-letter days}: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/384-7 : No. 1 in C}

Martini, Jean Paul (Il Tedesco) (1741-1816) German-French

Plaisir d'amour (The joys of love): song {17/385 : 3 copies}

Marzials, Theo. (1850-1920) Anglo-Italian

The miller and the maid: song; words by Theo. Marzials {10/045-4[ 7] : No. 3 in F}

A summer shower: song; words and music by Theo. Marzialis {16/050-5 [32] : No. 1 in Eb}

Twickenham Ferry: river ditty; music & words by Theo. Marzialis {16/050-5 [16] : No. 1 in Eb}

Mascagni, Pietro (1863-1945) Italian

Alfio's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}: [for low bar.]; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly {17/387-1}

Alfio's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}; Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly {bar.: 21/227-2[2]}

Ave Maria: song (founded on Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana); Ital. by P. Mazzoni; Eng. by Fred. E. Weatherley {10/045-5[10] : No. 2 in Eb}

Ave Maria {adapt. from Cavalleria Rusticana}; P. Mazzoni; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly {17/387-2 : 2 copies}

Lola's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}; Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly {mez.: 21/227-2[3]}

Romanza e Scena {from Cavalleria Rusticana}: [Santuzza's aria]; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly {17/387-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in E min (orig.)}

Santuzza's Romanza e scena {from Cavalleria Rusticana}; Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly {sop.: 21/227-2[4]}

Mascheroni, Angelo (1855-1905) Italian

Ave Maria: sacred song, with violin or 'cello & org. accomp. ad lib. {10/045-5[ 4] : No. 1 in C #both v. & cello parts incl.}

For all eternity (Eternamente): song; paroli di Pietro Mazzoni; Eng. words S.A. Herbert {17/388-2 : 2 copies : No. 3 in D b,c) No. 4 in Eb}

Hasten to me (Nell' attesa): song; Francesco Barcella; Eng. version A. F. {17/388-1 : No. 3 in Eb (orig.)}

Sons of the Empire: song; words by Alice C. Mac Donell {17/388-3 : No. 1 in G}

Till Death (I love you : Lontananza): song; words by Pietro Mazzoni and Clifton Bingham {16/050-4 [11] : No. 1 in Db}

Maschwitz, Eric (1901-1969) English

The Mardi Gras: song; words by Maschewitz & Leo Towers {17/388.5-1}

Mason, Gerry English

Say a little prayer: song; words & music by Gerry Mason {17/388-4 : a) No. 1 in F}

When lady Betty chooses: song; words and music Gerry Mason {17/389-1}

Massenet, Jules (1842-1912) French

Crépuscule: chant; poésie d'Armand Silvestre {17/389.5[1]}

[Crépuscule; and Il pleuvait]; poésie d'Armand Silvestre {17/389.5}

Il pleuvait; poésie d'Armand Silvestre {17/389.5[2]}

Mattei, Tito (1841-1914) Italian

Dear heart: song; words by G Clifton Bingham {16/050-3 [ 4] : No. 2 in D}

Maxwell, Joseph

Old Scotch mother mine; by Ray McKay & Joseph Maxwell [McKay / Maxwell] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/371}

May, Hans

Always young {from Wedding in Paris}; lyric by Sonny Miller {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/390-3}

Break of day {from Waltz Time}: song; lyric by Alan Stranks {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/390-1 : 2 copies : a) [No. 2 in C] b) [No. 1 in] Bb}

My song goes round the world (Ein Lied geht um die Welt); Ernst Neubach; Eng. version Jimmy Kennedy {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/390-2}

Mayerl, Billy

Resting: song; words by Howard Alexander {17/391-1}

McCarthy, Joseph

Alice blue gown {from Irene}; words by Harry Tierney {17/363}

McClurg, Marion

Scotland the brave; arr. Marion McClurg {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/363.2}

McCrone, Duncan Scottish

Always Argyll; words by James Jamieson & Duncan McCrone {17/363.5}

McGeoch, Daisy

Two eyes of grey: song; written and composed by Daisy McGeoch {17/369 : 2 copies : a) [No. 2] in C b) [No. 3] in D}

McHugh, Jimmy

Dinner at eight; lyric by Dorothy Fields {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/370-1}

Lovely lady {from King of Burlesque}; words by Ted Koehler {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/370-2}

McKay, Ray

Old Scotch mother mine; by Ray McKay & Joseph Maxwell [McKay / Maxwell] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/371}

McLeod, John (1934- Scottish

Scotland yet!; words by H. S. Riddell {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[24]}

McLeod, Peter (1797-1889) Scottish

Oh, why left I my hame; words by R. Gilfillan {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[62]}

Medtner, Nikolai (1880-1951) Russian

Mailied (Maiskaia pesn') {from Neun Lieder von Goethe} Op. 6 no. 2 {17/391.5-1}

Na ozere (Auf dem See) Op. 3 no. 3; Worte von Goethe {17/391.5-2}

Meher, Donovan

Laughing eyes: song; words by Herbert J. Nicol {17/392}

Melartin, Erkki (1875-1937) Finnish

O Herre … (O Vater …) Op. 13 No. 1: sång; V. Krag {17/393 : high v.: E}

Mellor, Grace E.

Liberty: song; words by Stanley Dew {17/393.5 : No. 1 in F}

Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847) German

The first violet (Das erste Veilchen): song; Eng. version by Alfred Neville {17/394-2}

O rest in the Lord: air from 'Elijah' {contr.: 17/394-1 : contr. (C)}

On wings of song (Auf Flügeln des Gesanges) Op. 34 no. 2; Eng. version by R. H. Elkin; ed. Sydney Northcote {high v.: 17/394-3 : a) High v.}

Merlin, Alfred English

Your hand in mine: song; words by Dorothy Worsley {17/395 : 2 copies : a) [No. 1 in] Bb low b) [No. 2 in] C (orig.) high}

Messager, André (1853-1929) French

The grey house (La maison grise) {from Fortunio} {17/396-1 : No. 2 in F}

Long ago in Alcala {from Mirette}: song; words by F.E. Weatherley & Adrian Ross {17/396-2}

Philomel {from Monsieur Beaucaire}; A. de Caillavet & Robert de Flers; Eng. words by Adrian Ross {17/396-3 : No. 2 in Ab}

Red rose {from Monsieur Beaucaire}; words by Adrian Ross {16/020( 3) [3]}

Metcalf, John W. (1856-1926)

Absent: song; words by Catherine Young Glen {17/398 : 3 copies : No. 3 in Bb b) No. 2 in G c) No. 4 in Bb}

Meyer-Helmund, Erik (1861-1932)

Im Volkston (The Shepherd's reproach): song; [nach eigenen Texten] {17/401[1] : low v.}

[Im Volkston; and Leichter Verlust]: song; [nach eigenen Texten] {17/401 : a) low v.}

Leichter Verlust (The double loss): song; [nach eigenen Texten] {17/401[2] : low v.}

Meyerbeer, Giacomo (1791-1864) German

C'est bien l'air (That's the tune) {from L'Etoile du Nord}: with special cadenza for col. v. & 2 flutes; arr. Estelle Liebling [Meyerbeer-Liebling] {17/400-1 : 2 copies}

Chant de mai (Mailied); Dichtung von H. Blaze {10/045-4[19]}

O beau pays de la Touraine (O fair Touraine) {from Les Huguenots): sop. aria; Eng. version Lawrence Hanray {17/400-2}

Millöcker, Carl (1842-1899) Austrian

I give my heart: song; words by Rowland Leigh; arr. Theo Mackeben [Millöcker-Mackeben] {17/402}

Mills, Alan

I know an old lady; words by Rose Bonne {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/403 : 2 copies}

Mills, Annette (1894-1955) English

Adolf; words and music Annette Mills {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/403.5}

Moeran, Ernest John (1894-1950) English

Blue-eyed Spring; poem by Robert Nichols {17/405-4}

The little milkmaid: folk song from Suffolk {17/405-1}

The sailor and young Nancy: folk song from Norfolk {17/405-2}

Troll the bowl; words by Thomas Dekker {17/405-3}

Moffat, Alfred (1866-1950) Scottish

The jewel song {from Faust}; arr. Alfred Moffat; Eng. version H. F. Chorley [Gounod-Moffat] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/225-3 : 2 copies}

Mo dhachaidh (My ain house); Gaelic words by Malcolm MacFarlane, Scot. Alexander Stewart {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/405.5-2}

None but the broken heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt); Eng. version Bernard deNevers; arr. Alfred Moffat [Tchaikovsky-Moffat] {Alfred Lengnick : 17/550-2 (b)}

Suaicheantas na h'Alba (O, the Thistle o' Scotland) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/405.5-1}

When I a lover pale do see: song; comp. Henry Purcell; arr. Alfred Moffat [Purcell-Moffat] {17/460-5}

Moir, Frank L. (1852-1904) English

Down the vale: song; words by Gunby Hadath {16/050-4 [25] : No. 3 in Eb}

Only once more: song; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone {16/050-5 [34] : No. 1 in Eb}

Molloy, James Lynam (1837-1909) Irish

The carnival: song; words and music J. L. Molloy {17/406-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C #b) imperfect}

Darby and Joan: song; words by F. E. Weatherly {10/045-4[ 6] : No. 2 in G}

Down the vale: song; words by Gunby Hadath {17/406-4 : No. 1 in C}

The Kerry dance: song; words and music J. L. Molloy {17/406-2 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 2 in F c,d) No. 1 in Eb}

The Kerry dance: song; words and music by J. L. Molloy {16/050-4 [28] : No. 1 in Eb}

The Kerry dance: song; words by J. L. Molloy {10/045-4[ 5] : No. 1 in Eb}

The little tin soldier: [song]; [words] by F. E. Weatherly (after Hans Andersen) {16/050-5 [ 7]}

Love's old sweet song; words by G. Clifton Bingham {Boosey : 10/045-4[25] : No. 3 in G}

Love's old sweet song: song; words by G. Clifton Bingham {17/406-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in F}

The old cottage clock; words by Charles Swan {10/045-4[ 3]}

Monckton, Lionel (1861-1924) English

Arcady is ever young {from The Arcadians}: song; words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis {17/408-3 : a) No. 2 in Eb}

The pipes of Pan are calling {from The Arcadians}: song; words by Arthur Wimperis {17/408 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Ab c) No. 1 in F}

Sons of the Motherland: song; words by Henry Hamilton {17/408-2 : [in C]}

Under the deodar {from A country girl}: song; words by Adrian Ross {16/050-5 [28]}

Moncrieff, Mrs L.

My heart Is like A singing bird; words by Christina Rossetti {17/409 : No. 2 in G}

Montgomery, Lee

The house with nobody In It; from the poem by Joyce Kilmer {17/410}

Moore, Gerald (1899-1987) English

Ständchen (Serenade); Rellstab; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton; arr. Gerald Moore [Schubert-Moore] {17/496-8 (a)}

Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) Irish

'Tis the last rose of summer: song; by Thomas Moore {17/411}

Morgan, R. Orlando

Clorinda: song; lyric by John Bledlowe {17/412 : No. 1 in F min}

Morgan, Reginald

Count your blessings: song; words by Edith Temple {17/413 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Eb}

Mori, Frank (1820-1873)

I come from the beauiful Rhine: song; poetry by Charles Mackay {10/045-4[22] #autographed copy}

Morris, Mrs C. H. (1862-1929)

The Stranger of Galilee: sacred song; by C. H. M[orris]; arr. Mable Miller Sturgis [Morris-Sturgis] {17/414 : 3 copies : a-c) [No. 1 in] F}

Morrison, R F

Just a wee deoch-an-doris; written and composed by R.F. Morrison and Whit Cunliffe [Morrison / Cunliffe] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/414.5}

Mortimer, Charles G. (1880-1957) English

A smuggler's song: for bar. or bass; words by Rudyard Kipling [Morrison / Cunliffe] {17/414.7}

Moss, Katie

The floral dance: song; words and music (founded on an old Cornish air) by Katie Moss {17/415 : 7 copies : a-c,e-f) No. 1 in Bb d,g) No. 2 in C}

Moule-Evans, David (1905- Welsh

Twilight: song for med. v. & piano; words by John Masefield {17/415.5}

Moustaki, Georges (1934- Greek-French

Il est trop tard; paroles de Georges Moustaki {17/417-1}

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) Austrian

Ah! lo so ... (Ah! I know) {from The Magic Flute}: [sop. aria: Pamina]; Eng. version Nicola {17/418-1 : 2 copies}

Allelujah {from Exultate, jubilate} {17/419-12}

Un' aura amorosa (The breezes that murmur) {from Così Fan Tutte}: [ten. aria: Ferrando]; Eng. version Lawrence Hanray {17/418-2 : No. 1 in G}

Batti, batti (Beat, O beat me) {from Don Giovanni}: [sop. aria: Zerlina]; Eng. version Lawrence Hanray {17/418-3}

Deh vieni, non tardar (O hasten, tarry not) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: sop. aria: Susanna, w. recit. Giunse alfin il momento (Now the moment approaches); Eng. version Nicola {17/418-4}

Dove sono (Gone forever) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: sop. aria: Countess Rosina, w. recit. E Susanna non vien! (Oh! Susanna is late!); Eng. version Percy Pinkerton {17/418-5 : 2 copies}

Endlich naht sich die Stunde (Giunse alfin il momento) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: [sop. recit. & aria: Susanna] {17/419-11}

Gentle lady (Madamina) {from Don Giovanni}: [bass aria: Leporello]; Eng. text Brenda Cleather {17/418-6}

Lullaby (Wiegenlied); Eng. version Lady Macfarren {17/419-9 : [No. 2 in] G}

Non più andrai (Never more) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: [bass. aria: Figaro] w. recit. Ehi, Capitano! {17/418-9}

Oh! Isis und Osiris guide them {from The Magic Flute}: [bass aria: Sarastro] {17/418-7}

Porgi, amor, qualche ristoro {from The Marriage of Figaro}: [sop. aria: Countess Rosina] {17/418-8}

Quaere superna: sop. aria, w. recit. Ergo interest {17/419-1}

Ridente la calma (How calm is my spirit): canzonetta; arr. w. Eng. words by Sydney Northcote [Mozart-Northcote] {17/419-2}

So, sir page (Non più andrai) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: [bass aria: Figaro] {17/419-3}

Softly rest (Ruhe sanft) {from Zaide}: [sop. aria: Zaide]; Eng. words Mary Field; arr. Albert Howe [Mozart-Howe] {17/419-4}

Tiger! Wetze nur die Klauen {from Zaide}: aria for sop. {17/419-13}

Vedrai, Carino, se sei buonino {from Don Giovanni}: [sop. aria: Zerlina] {17/419-5}

The violet (Das Veilchen); words by Goethe; Eng. version (& ed.) Dawson Freer {sop.: 17/419-10}

Voi che sapete (Ye who of loving know the magic art) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: [sop. aria: Cherubino]; Eng. version N. Carlton Hill {17/419-6 : No. 3 in Bb (orig.)}

When a maiden takes your fancy {from Il Seraglio}: [bass aria: Osmin]; Eng. words Paul England {17/419-7}

Within these sacred bowers {from The Magic Flute}: [bass aria: Sarastro] {bass: 17/419-8}

Mullen, J. B.

Under a panama {from Sergeant Brue}: [song]; words by Vincent Bryan {16/050-5 [13]}

Munro, D. R.

My ain wee house: Scotch song; words by Mrs Wilson {17/421 : 3 copies : a) [No. 2 in] A b,c) [No. 1 in] F}

Munro, George (c1680-1731) English

My lovely Celia: song; by George Munro, arr. H. Lane Wilson [Munro-Wilson] {17/581-3 : No. 2 in G}

Murray, Alan

All my life-time: song; words by Edith Temple {17/423-6 : No. 2 in F}

A breath of home: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/423-8 : No. 1 in F + No. 2 in Ab}

Close your sleepy eyes: song; words and music Alan Murray {17/423-1 : Db}

The constant flame; words by Carlene Graham {17/423-7 : No. 1 [in Eb]}

I'll walk beside you: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/423 : 7 copies : a,c,g) No. 2 in G b,d-f) No. 1 in Eb}

Love is the star: song; words by Carlene Graham {17/423-2 : No. 2 in C}

She shall have music: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon {17/423-9 : all) in G}

Shepherd of souls: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/423-3 : No. 2 in Eb}

Soldier, what is the news you bring?: song; words by Herbert J Brandon {17/423-4 : No. 2 in A min}

These you have loved: song; words by Joseph Murrells {17/423-5 : No. 2 in Eb}

Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich (1839-1881) Russian

Chanson de la puce (Song of the flea) {bar./ bass: 17/416-3}

Cradle song (Song and Dances of Death, no. 2); words by Count A. Golenistchev-Koutouzov; Eng. version Rosa Newmarch {contr.: 17/416-1}

La prière du soir (The evening prayer); words and music M. Mussorgsky; Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood {17/416-2}

Myers, Sherman (1890-1957) English

God will remember (Bells at eventide): song; words by Reginald Fellows {17/424-1 : No. 2 in F}

When lights are low in Cairo: Eastern song fox-trot; words by Raymond Wallace {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/424-2 : No. 2 in F}

Naylor, Bernard (1907-1986) English

Gentle sleep: song; words by Coleridge {17/424.5}

Naylor, F

Don't be cross (Sei nicht bös') {from Der Obersteiger}; Eng. words Peter Carroll; Ger. words Erich Meder; p.arr. F. Naylor [Zeller-Naylor] {17/600-1}

Needham, Alicia Adélaïde (1872-1945) Irish

Content (Ike Walton's prayer): song; words by James Whitcomb Riley {17/425-1 : No. 1 in C}

The fairy's lullaby {from An Album of Twelve Hush songs}: song; words by Eugene Field {17/425-2 : No. 3 in G}

Husheen {from An Album of Twelve Hush Songs}: modern Irish hush-song; words by Francis A. Fahy {17/425-3 : No. 1 in Bb}

Nelson, Sydney (1800-1862) English

Bonny Mary of Argyle; words by C. Jefferys {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[36]}

Nevin, Ethelbert (1862-1901) American

Mighty like a rose: song; text by Frank L. Stanton {17/425.5 : low v.}

Narcissus: song; adaptation & words by A. Bunten {16/050-4 [18] : No. 1 in G}

Newman, Percy

Abide with me: favorite sacred song; [words by Henry Francis Lyte] arr. Percy Newman [Liddle-Newman] {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/344-1.1}

Newton, Ernest

The drum-major: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {10/045-7[8] : a) No. 1 in F}

The drum-major: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/426 : No. 1 in F}

The jolly tinker: 17th-century song; ed. & arr. Ernest Newton {17/426-2 : No. 1 in Bb}

Love's echo: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {16/050-4 [26] : No. 1 in F}

Nicholls, Horatio (1888-1964) English

A night of romance: song; words by Worton David {17/428-3 : No. 1 in F}

Silent night: trad. carol w. hamonised refrain; words by Winifred May {17/428-1 : No. 1 in Bb}

That old fashioned mother of mine: song; words by Worton David {17/428-2 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Ab c) No. 4 in C}

Nimmo, Hamilton (19th c.) Scottish

Crook an' plaid: [song]; words [and] music by Hamilton Nimmo {16/050-4 [ 9]}

Noble, Harold

Arran homing song {17/429}

Noel-Johnson, Reginald English

Three far-away trees: song; words by Kathleen Egan {17/429.3 : No. 1 in E min}

North, Michael

Such lovely things: song; words by Henrik Ege {17/429.5 : No. 2 in Ab}

Northcote, Sydney (1897-1968) Welsh

Ridente la calma (How calm is my spirit): canzonetta; arr. w. Eng. words by Sydney Northcote [Mozart-Northcote] {17/419-2}

Norton, Frederic (1869-1946) English

The Cobbler's song {from Chu Chin Chow}; words by Oscar Asche {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/430}

Novello, Ivor (1893-1951) Welsh

Fold your wings {from Glamorous Night}; words by Christopher Hassall {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-1}

The little damozel: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/432-5 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in D b) No. 1 in Eb}

Love made the song {from Careless Rapture}; words by Christopher Hassall {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-6 : No. 1 in Eb}

Pray for me: song; words by Christopher Hassall {17/432-7}

Shine through my dreams {from Glamorous Night}; words by Christopher Hassall {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-2 : No. 2 in C}

Some day my heart will awake {from King's Rhapsody}; words by Christopher Hassall {17/432-3 : 3 copies}

Waltz of my heart {from The Dancing Years}; words by Christopher Hassall & Ivor Novello {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-8}

We'll gather lilacs {from Perchance to Dream}; words and music Ivor Novello {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-4 : 2 copies}

The wings of sleep {from The Dancing Years}; words by Christopher Hassall {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-9}

Novello, Vincent (1781-1861) English

Love in her eyes sits playing [recit.& air] {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Lo! Here my Love; p. arr. Vincent Novello [Handel-Novello] {ten.: 17/251-1}

Nutile, Emanuele (1862-1932) Italian

Girulà!: canzone popolare per Piedigrotta '95; versi di A. Califano {10/045-5[20]}

O'Connor, Frederick (d.1943)

The old house; words by Frederick O'Connor {17/433 : No. 2 in Ab}

O'Connor, Shamus Irish

Macnamara's band: song; words by John J. Stamford {17/433.5}

O'Connor-Morris, Geoffrey

Alleluia!: joyous Easter hymn (17th Century); words by Norah Phillips {17/433.8 : a) No. 2 in Eb (orig. accomp.)}

O'Dougherty, Tresieme

My heart is light and gay: waltz song; words and music Tresieme O'Dougherty {17/434}

Offenbach, Jacques (1819-1880) German-French

The Doge and the Adriatic (Le Doge et l'Adriatique): celebrated bolero; Eng. version Speranza {17/435-2}

The mirror song {from Tales of Hoffmann}: aria: As jewels divine; Fre. by Jules Barbier; Eng. by Edward Agate {17/435-3 : [No. 3 in] F}

Night of stars and night of love! {from Tales of Hoffmann}: celebrated barcarole; [orig. words by Jules Barbier] {17/435-1 : 2 copies : a) [No. 3 in] F b) [No. 1 in] C}

O'Hara, Geoffrey

From Galilee a mother came; words by J. Sheldon Tyler {17/436 : 2 copies}

One world: song; words by John W. Bratton {17/436-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in D}

O'Hogan, Betsy (1888-1964) English

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): song; words by Raymond Wallace {17/437 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C}

O'Keefe, Donald

At the end of the day; words and music Donald O'Keefe {17/437.5 : No. 1 in Eb}

Oliver, Herbert

The dancing lesson (La leçon à danser) {from The Passing Show}; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/438-1 : No. 3 in Bb}

Down Vauxhall way; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/438-3}

Spreading the news!; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/438-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Bb}

Openshaw, John English

Love sends a little gift of roses: song; words by Leslie Cooke {17/439-1 : No. 2 in Eb}

Osborne, Charles (1927- Australian

Mother (An old picture in a new frame); written and composed by Charles Osborne {17/440}

Padilla Sánchez, José (1889-1960) Spanish

Valencia {from Palladium Pleasures}; words by Lucien Boyer & Jacques Charles; Eng. version Eric Valentine {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/441-1}

Paladilhe, Emile (1844-1926) Italian

Mandolinata (Souvenir de Rome): song; paroles de A. P[aladilhe] {10/045-5[23] : No. 3 [in] E}

Papini, Guido (1847-1912) Anglo-Italian

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini; words by Baroness Porteous {16/050-3 [12]}

Parker, Ross (1914-1974) English

There'll always be an England; words and music by Ross Parker & Hugh Charles [Parker / Charles] {17/441.8}

Parry, Hubert (1848-1918) English

The child and the twilight: song for sop. v.; words by L. E. Mitchell {17/442-5 : 2 copies}

Love is a Bable: song for bar. v.; Anon. {17/442-1 : 2 copies}

My true love hath my heart: song for mez.; words by Sir Philip Sidney {17/442-3}

There; words by Mary E. Coleridge {17/442-4}

Thine eyes still shined for me; words by Emerson {17/442-2}

Pascal, Florian (1847-1923) English

The fighting Téméraire {from Admirals All}: song; words by Henry Newbolt {17/443-1 : No. 1 [in C]}

Peabody, J. H. (19th c.)

Scotch lassie Jean: ballad [with SATB chorus]; [words and music by J. H. Peabody] {16/050-1[67]}

Peel, Graham (1877-1937) English

Bright is the ring of words; words by Robert Louis Stevenson {17/444-3[2]}

Gipsies: song; words by Will. H. Ogilvie {17/444-1 : No. 2 in Eb}

In Summertime on Bredon: song; words by A. E. Houseman {17/444-2 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 2 in F c,d) No. 1 in Eb}

Invitation to arise: song; words by St John Lucas {17/444-5 : No. 2 in F}

Noon-hush: song; words by Liam P. Clancy {17/444-4 : No. 1 in G}

Requiem; words by Robert Louis Stevenson {17/444-3[1]}

[Requiem; and Bright is the ring of words]; words by Robert Louis Stevenson {17/444-3}

Wind of the western sea: song; words by Tennyson {voc. sc. 17/444-6 : a) No. 3 in Eb}

Penn, Arthur A. (1875-1941) American

Smilin' through: song; words and music by Arthur A. Penn {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/445 : [No. 1] in C}

Pergolesi, Giambattista (1710-1736) Italian

Se tu m'ami (Si tu m'aimes): aria {17/446}

Perry, Frederick C. (19th c.) American

The special bobby: [song and chorus]; written by F. C. Perry {16/050-1[10]}

Persley, George W. (1837-1894) American

Barney, take me home again: song and [SATB] chorus; words by Arthur W. French {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[70]}

Pestalozza, Alberto (1851-1934) Italian

Ciribiribin; orig. C Tiochet; Eng. words J Trevor {17/446.5}

Peterkin, Norman (1886-1982) English

A curse on a closed gate {from Three songs for voice & viola}; words by James H. Cousins {17/447-4(2)}

The fiddler; words by I. M. Maunder {17/447-1}

The journeyman weaver {from Three Songs for voice & viola}; words by Joseph Campbell {17/447-4(1)}

Little red hen: folk tale from the Irish; words by J. P. [ie P. J.] McCall {17/447-3 : [in G: B-E]}

A piper {from Three songs for voice & viola}; words by Seumas O'Sullivan {17/447-4(3)}

So, we'll go no more a-roving; words by Byron {17/447-2}

Pether, Henry E. English

Jolly old Borneo: [concerted song]; written by H. M. Burnaby {17/447.2}

Rainbow: song; written by Fred. W. Leigh {16/050-5 [ 4]}

Petrie, Henry W. (1857-1925) American

Asleep in the deep: bass song; words by Arthur J. Lamb {17/447.5 : No. 1 in D}

Phillips, Alfred William (1844-1936) English

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena; words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill [Gounod-Kingsmill] {17/226-2 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies : a,b) [No. 1 in] G c) [No. 4 in] C}

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena; words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill [Gounod-Kingsmill] {17/226-2 (d) (e) : 2 copies : d) [No. 1 in] G e) [No. 2 in] A}

Phillips, H. Lyall English

A Devonshire wedding: song; words and music H. Lyall Phillips {17/447.7-2 : No. 2 in D}

Forgotten: song; words and music by H. Lyall Phillips {17/447.7 : No. 2 in G}

Phillips, Montague Fawcett (1885-1969) English

The apple tree fairy Op. 53 No. 4: song; words by Dorothy Dickinson {17/448-10 : No. 2 in F}

April is a lady Op. 41 No. 4: song; words by Dorothy Dickinson {17/448- 1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Eb}

Blue-bells Op. 25 No. 6: song; words by Doris A. Kendall {17/448- 2 : No. 1 in Eb}

A Border home: song; words by Will H. Ogilvie {17/448-14 : a) No. 1 in Cmin}

Butterfly wings Op. 30 No. 1: song; words by Marie Seton {17/448- 3 : No. 3 in Ab}

Early in the morning Op. 46 No. 4: song; words by Almey St John Adcock {17/448-12 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in D b) No. 3 in G}

The fishermen of England {from The Rebel Maid}: song; words by Gerald Dodson {17/448- 4 : 2 copies : No. 1 in Bb b) No. 2 in C}

Love the Jester Op. 46 No. 1: song; words by Almey St John Adcock {17/448-11 : No. 2 in G min}

The old homes are waiting; words by Arthur L. Salmon {17/448- 8 : No. 2 in G}

Our flag unfurled: song; words by Marion Stranger {17/448-13 : No. 1 in F}

Sing, joyous bird {from Songs of Joy} Op. 24 no. 4; words by Nora C. Usher {17/448- 5 : 3 copies : No. 3 in D b) No. 2 in C c) No. 1 in C}

Sing, sing, blackbird Op. 30 No. 1: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/448- 6 : No. 2 in F}

Starry woods: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/448- 7 : No. 1 in D min}

Waiting for you: song; words by Royden Barrie {17/448- 9 : No. 1 in F}

Philp, James

An Andalusian maid: song; words by Edward Oxenford {16/050-5 [39] : No. 2 in D}

Piccolomini, M(arie) (1833-1902) Irish

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us); words by A Horspool {16/050-3 [27]}

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us): song; words by A. Horspool {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/449-1 : No. 1 in Bb}

Queen of angels (Regina angelorum): vesper song w. organ acc.; words by "Nemo" {16/050-3 [ 8] : [No. 3 in] Ab}

Whisper and I shall hear: song; words by G. Hubi Newcombe {17/449-2 : No. 1 in Bb}

Pilkington, Michael English

She never told her love; William Shakespeare; arr. Michael Pilkington [Haydn-Pilkington] {Stainer & Bell : 17/264-1 (c)}

Pinsuti, Ciro (1829-1888) Anglo-Italian

Bedouin love song; composed by Ciro Pinsuti {17/450-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in B min}

The bugler; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {bar.: 17/450-2 : No. 2 in F (bar.)}

Carrier John: song; words by Mary Mark-Lemon {16/050-4 [ 1] : [No. 3 in] G}

The king's minstrel; words by Hugh Conway {17/450-3 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in A}

Plumstead, Mary (1905-1980) English

My true love hath my heart; words by Sir Philip Sidney {17/451}

Poldowski (1879-1932) Anglo-Polish

Dansons la gigue; poésie de Paul Verlaine {17/452-2}

L'Heure exquise; poésie de Paul Verlaine {high v.: 17/452-1 : high v.}

Pontet, Henry (1833-1902) Irish

The last milestone: song; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone {16/050-4 [20] : No. 3 in G}

The last milestone: song; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone {17/453 : No. 1 in Eb}

Porpora, Nicola Antonio (1686-1768) Italian

So ben che la speranza: aria from cantata; arr. Adolphe Ganz [Porpora-Ganz] {17/454}

Porter, Cole (1891-1964) American

All of you {from Silk Stockings}; words and music by Cole Porter {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455-5}

C'est magnifique {from Can-Can}; words and music by Cole Porter {17/455-3}

I hate men {from Kiss Me, Kate}; words and music by Cole Porter {17/455-4}

In the still of the night: song; words and music by Cole Porter {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455-1 : in F}

Night and day {from Gay Divorce}; words and music by Cole Porter {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455-2}

Well, did you evah? {from High Society}; words and music by Cole Porter {17/455-6.1}

Who wants to be a millionaire? {from High Society}; words and music by Cole Porter {17/455-6.2}

Posford, George

Good-night Vienna {from Good-Night Vienna}; lyric by Holt Marvell (Eric Maschwitz) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455.3}

Poston, Elizabeth (1905-1987) English

Colin's success; words by Mr. Boyce; air by William Defesch arr. Elizabeth Poston [De Fesch-Poston] {17/152}

Tell me, lovely shepherd {from Solomon}: air; arr. Elizabeth Poston [Boyce-Poston] {17/094 : 4 copies : b,c,d) high key (Db)}

Prentice, Charles

Within these sacred walls: song; words by Edith Temple {17/456-1}

Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924) Italian

Un bel dì, vedremo (One fine day) {from Madam Butterfly}: [sop. aria: Madama Butterfly] {17/457-1 : 4 copies}

Che gelida manina (Your tiny hand is frozen) {from La Bohème}: [ten. aria: Rodolfo] {17/457-2 : [No. 1 in] Db}

Love and music (Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore) {from Tosca}: [sop. aria: Tosca] {17/457-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Eb (orig.)}

Musetta's waltz song {from La Boheme}: [sop. aria] {17/457-4 : 3 copies : No. 2 in Eb b) No. 3 in E c) No. 1 in D}

O mio babbino caro (Oh, my beloved father) {from Gianni Schicchi}: [sop. aria: Lauretta] {sop.: 17/457-5 (b)}

Oh, my beloved Daddy (O mio babbino caro) {from Gianni Schicchi}: [sop. aria: Lauretta]; Ital. words Giovacchino Forzano {17/457-5 (a) (d) : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Ab (orig.)}

Oh, my beloved father (O mio babbino caro) {from Gianni Schicchi}: [sop. aria: Lauretta]; Ital. words Giovacchino Forzano {17/457-5 (c) : a) No. 1 in F}

One fine day (Un bel dì, vedremo) {from Madam Butterfly}: [sop. aria: Madama Butterfly]; Eng. trans. R. H. Elkin {17/457-6 : 6 copies : a,d-f) No. 3 in Gb b) No. 2 in F c) No. 1 in Eb}

Sì, mi chiamano Mimì (They call me Mimi) {from La Bohème}: [sop. aria] {sop.: 17/457-7 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a,b) [No. 1 in] D}

Yes, they call me Mimi (Sì, mi chiamano Mimì) {from La Bohème}: [sop. aria]; Eng. words William Grist {sop.: 17/457-7 (c) : c) [No. 3 in] Bb}

Pughe-Evans, David Welsh

Lead, kindly light (Tyrd, oleu mwyn): sacred song; words by Cardinal Newman {17/458 : 2 copies : a-b) [No. 2] in F}

Pullen, Hartie

Our country's call: song; words and music Hartie Pullen {17/458.5}

Purcell, Henry (c.1659-1695) English

An evening hymn, on a ground (Now that the sun ...); words by Dr William Fuller {Novello : 17/460-1 (a) (b) (d) : a,b) [No. 2] in G c) No. 1 [in] Eb}

If music be the food of love (first setting); ed. M. Tippett & W. Bergmann {high v.: 17/460-2 : 2 copies : a,b) high v. [in A]}

Mad Bess (From silent shades ...); ed. M. Tippett & W. Bergmann {high v.: 17/460-3 : high v.}

St Agnes morn: song; arr. Geoffrey Shaw; words by Selwyn Image [Purcell-Shaw] {17/460-4}

When I a lover pale do see: song; comp. Henry Purcell; arr. Alfred Moffat [Purcell-Moffat] {17/460-5}

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas); words by Nahum Tate; ed. Edmondstoune Duncan {17/460-7 : a) No. 2 [in C] C# to G}

With sick and famished eyes: for voice, w. piano (or harpischord) & violoncello; words by George Herbert {set 17/460-6}

Purcell, Edward Cockram (d. 1932) English

Passing by: song; words by Herrick {17/459-1 : 3 copies : a) No. 2 in G b,c) No. 1 in F}

Quilter, Roger (1877-1953) English

By a fountainside Op. 12 No. 6 {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics}: song; words by Ben Jonson {17/462-14 : In Bb minor}

Come Lady-Day; words by May Pemberton {17/462- 7}

Cuckoo song Op. 15 no. 1; words by Alfred Williams {17/462- 1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in D}

Daybreak {from Three Songs of William Blake} Op. 20 No. 3 {high v.: 17/462-10 : high v.: A}

Drink to me only with thine eyes; words by Ben Jonson {low v.: 17/462- 2 : 2 copies : b) low v.}

Drooping wings: song; words by Edith Sterling-Levis {17/462-11 : No. 2 in B min}

Fair house of joy {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics} Op. 12 no. 7: song; Anon. {17/462- 3 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in Db}

The fuchsia tree Op. 25 No. 2: song; old Manx ballad {17/462-12 : 2 copies : a) low in A min b) high in C# min}

Go, lovely rose [Op. 24 no. 3]; poem by Edmund Waller {17/462- 8 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 2 in F b) [in F] #b) is p'copy}

June: song; words by Nora Hopper {17/462-15 : a) No. 1 in D}

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé}; words by Rodney Bennett {17/462- 9 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in E}

Love's philosophy Op. 3 No. 1: song; words by Shelley {17/462- 4 : 2 copies : No. 2 in F}

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song; words by Tennyson {17/462 -5 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in Gb}

O mistress mine {from Three Shakespeare songs} Op. 6 No. 2: song; words by Shakespeare {17/462- 6 : 3 copies : a-c) No. 1 in Eb}

Over the mountains {from Old English Songs}: song; words from Percy's Reliques {17/462-16 : a) high v. [in A]}

The Rose of Tralee: song; words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Roger Quilter [Glover-Quilter] {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/221.5-1 (c) : No. 1 in Bb}

To daisies Op. 8 No. 3 {from song cycle To Julia}: song; words by Robert Herrick {17/462-13 : a) No. 1 in Bb}

Two September songs; words by Mary Coleridge {17/462-17 : a) low v.}

When icicles hang by the wall; words by Shakespeare {17/462-18 : a) No. 2 in Eb}

Rachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943) Russian

The harvest of sorrow Op. 4 No. 5: mez./ bar.; words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version M. C. H. Collet {17/464-2}

To the children Op. 26 No. 7: song; Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch {17/464-3}

Uzh ty, niva moia! (The harvest of sorrow) Op. 4 No. 5: sop./ ten. (orig.); words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version Rosa Newmarch {17/464-1}

Rae, Kenneth

Evening pastoral; words by E. Teschemacher {17/464.5 : No. 3 in F}

Raff, Joachim (1822-1882) Swiss

Serenade (Ständchen): song; words by Sternau {17/464.8 : No. 3 in Bb}

Stars of Earth!: song adapted (with violin or cello obbl.) to cavatina by Joachim Raff; words by Michael Watson [Raff-Watson] {10/045-4[10] : No. 2 in F #no v. or cello part}

Ramsay, Harold (1901-1976) English

Her name Is Mary: song; words by Bruce Sievier & Harold Ramsay {17/465-1 : No. 2 in Bb}

Randegger, Alberto (1832-1911) Italian

Come hither, shepherd swain: canzonet; words by the Earl of Oxford (1560) {17/465.2}

Rapley, Felton

The twelve days of Christmas; arr. Felton Rapley {17/465.3}

Rasbach, Oscar

Trees: song; words by Joyce Kilmer {17/465.5 : 5 copies : a,d) No. 1 in C c,e) No. 2 in D b) No. 3 in E}

Ray, Lilian (d. 1949)

Always with my heart: song; words by David & Eugene Arale {17/466-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in Eb (orig.)}

Redman, Reginald (1892-1972) English

Te Deum: sacred song; words by Herbert J. Brandon {17/467 : No. 3 in F}

Reeve, Stephen (1948- English

I am a friar of orders gray; words by O'Keefe; new arr. Grenville Smart [Reeve-Smart] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/468}

Reeves, Ernest (d.1942)

The Rose of Tralee; words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Ernest Reeves [Glover-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/221.5-1 (b)}

Reichardt, Alexander German

Love's request (Liebes Bitte): song; Eng. version Campbell Clarke {17/469 : [No. 3 in] F}

Reynolds, Alfred (1884-1969) English

Come then, pining, peevish lover {from Lionel and Clarissa}; arr. Alfred Reynolds [Vinci-Reynolds] {17/557}

Richards, David

If I were: song; words by Philip Henry {17/470 : a) No. 1 in E min}

The skipper of the "Mary Jane": [song]; words by Philip Henry {17/470-2}

Richardson, Clive (1909-1998) English

Greensleeves: song; lyric adapt. H. W. {17/471}

Richardson, H. Forster

Vagabond lover: song; words by Gladys Morton {17/471.3}

Ries, Franz (1755-1846) German

Wiegenlied (Slumber song) Op. 33 No. 4; [von] A. Kayser-Langerhannss {17/472 : 2 copies : a,b) hoch: F}

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (1844-1908) Russian

Chansons des marchands d'Outre-mer {from Sadko}. a) Chanson Varègue {p. solo: 17/473-3}

Hindu song (Song of the Hindu merchant) {from Sadko}; Eng. trans. Fanny S. Copeland {17/473-1 : 2 copies}

Hymn to the Sun (Chant au Soleil) {from Le Coq D'or}: [for sop./high sop.]; Eng. version Geo. Harris Jr & Deems Taylor {17/473-2 : high sop.: A}

Ring, Montague

A noontide song; words by Fred G. Bowles {17/474 : No. 2 in Ab}

Ripley, Henry (1843-1902) English

True to the core: [song]; poetry & music by Henry Ripley {16/050-3 [21]}

Risher, Anna Priscilla (1875-1946) American

Unto Thee, O Lord: sacred song; Psalm XXV {17/474.5 : [No. 1 in] Eb}

Rizzi, Alba

The house by the side of the road: song; words by Sam Walter Foss {17/475}

Roberton, Hugh S. (1874-1952) Scottish

Lewis bridal song (Mairi's wedding) {from Songs of the Isles}; words by Hugh S. Roberton {17/476-1 : 4 copies}

Steal away to Jesus: Negro spiritual {SATB choir: 17/476-4}

Uist tramping song (Come along) {from Songs of the Isles}; Eng. words by Hugh S. Roberton {17/476-2 : 2 copies}

The wee toun clerk: old Scottish ballad; adapt. & arr. Hugh Roberton {17/476-7 : 2 copies : all) Bb}

Westering home {from Songs of the Isles}; words by Hugh S. Roberton {17/476-3 : 3 copies}

When grandpa was a little girl like me; words and music by Hugh Roberton {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/476-5}

Whiskers; words and music by Hugh Roberton {SATB choir: 17/476-6}

Robinson, James

The beauteous song: song - with harmonium obbl. (ad lib.) by James Robinson; written by Lindsay Lennox {10/045-4[21]}

Robinson, Stanford (1904-1984) English

To you eternally: song; words by Christopher Hassall {17/477-1 : No. 1 in C}

Roddie, William Stewart (1845-1931) Scottish

My land: song; written and composed by W. Stewart Roddie {16/050-3 [ 1]}

Rodgers, Richard (1902-1979) American

Bali Ha'i {from South Pacific}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-4.2 : 2 copies}

Blue moon {from With a Song in My Heart}; words by Lorenz Hart {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-6}

Climb ev'ry mountain {from The Sound of Music}; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-8.2}

Do-re-mi {from The Sound of Music}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-8.1}

Falling in love with love: song; words by Lorenz Hart {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-2}

Hello young lovers {from The King and I}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-1}

I'm gonna wash that man right out of my hair {from South Pacific}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-4.7}

I enjoy being a girl {from Flower Drum Song}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-5 : 2 copies}

I have confidence {from The Sound of Music}; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-8.3}

If I loved you {from Carousel}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.1 : 2 copies}

It might well be Spring {from State Fair}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-9}

June is bustin' out all over {from Carousel}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.5}

Oklahoma {from Oklahoma}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-7.1}

Out of my dreams {from Oklahoma}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-7.2 : 2 copies}

Some enchanted evening {from South Pacific}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/478-4.1}

You'll never walk alone {from Carousel}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.9}

Rodwell, George Herbert (1800-1852) English

Draw the sword Scotland; words by J. R. Planché {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[31]}

Roeckel, Joseph L.

Angus Macdonald: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/479-2 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in D}

The gray mare (Three young men of Ware) {from Proverbs in Song}: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/479-1 : No. 1 in Eb}

I couldn't, could I?: song; words by S. H. Emmens {17/479-3 : No. 2 in Eb}

Romberg, Sigmund (1887-1951) Hungarian-American

Drinking song {from The Student Prince}; words by Dorothy Donnelly {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/480-1}

Farewell to dreams; words by Gus Kahn {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/480-2}

Serenade {from The Student Prince}; words by Dorothy Donnelly {17/480-3}

Stout-hearted men {from The New moon}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/480-4 : 2 copies}

Wanting you {from The New Moon}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/480-4.9}

When I grow too old to dream; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/480-5}

Romer, Frank (1810-1889)

Two angels; poetry by Longfellow {10/045-4[20]}

Ronald, Landon (1873-1938) English

Down in the forest {from A Cycle of Life}; words by Harold Simpson {17/481-2 : No. 3 in D}

O lovely night! {from Summertime}; words by Ed. Teschemacher {17/481-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 4 in Eb}

Rootham, Cyril (1875-1938)

A child's prayer; words by Siegfried Sassoon {17/481.1}

Rorie, David (1867-1946) Scottish

The lum hat wantin' the croon; written & composed by David Rorie {17/481.2}

The pawkie Duke; written and composed by David Rorie {17/481.2-2[2]}

Two Scots songs; written and composed by David Rorie {17/481.2-2}

  1. The wifie 2. The pawkie Duke

The wifie; written and composed by David Rorie {17/481.2-2[1]}

Rose, Vincent (1880-1944) Italian-American

Blueberry hill; lyrics by Al Lewis & Larry Stock {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3}

Whispering: song; words & music by John Schoenberger, Richard Coburn and Vincent Rose {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3-2 : a) No. 1 in C}

Ross, Jerry

Heart {from Damn Yankees}; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross [Adler / Ross] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/005-2}

Rossi, Francesco (fl. 1670-1692) Italian

Ah! rendimi (Give back my love) {from Mitrane}; ed. Edgardo Lêvi {17/481.5}

Rossini, Gioacchino (1792-1868) Italian

La danza: celebrated Neapolitan tarantelle; Eng. version Philip King {17/482-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G min b) No. 2 in A min}

Deadly slander (La Calunnia) {from The Barber of Seville}: Don Basilio's aria; Eng. text Brenda Cleather {bar.: 17/482-2}

Largo al factotum (Figaro's song) {from The Barber of Seville}; Eng. version Percy Pinkerton {ten.: 17/482-3 : 2 copies : a,b) orig. (Bb)}

The little shepherdess (La pastorella): Tyrolean air; Eng. version Julian Kimbell {sop.: 17/482-4 : in C}

The promise (La Promessa): canzonetta; Eng. version Julian Kimbell {sop.: 17/482-5 : in Ab}

Selva opaca {from William Tell}: [sop. aria: Matilde (with recit. S'allontanano alfin!)]; Eng. version Lawrence Hanray; ed. Edgardo Lèvi {17/482-6}

Selva opaca, deserta brughiera {from William Tell}: [sop. aria: Matilde (with recit. S'allontanano alfin!)] {17/482-7}

Rowley, Alec (1892-1958) English

Flower song: song; words and music by Alec Rowley {17/482.5-2 : a) No. 1 in D maj}

Heavenly gifts: Christmas carol; words by Doris Rowley {17/482.5-3}

The seven virgins: a Passiontide carol for eq. v. SSC & bar. (or mez.) solo; Trad. {17/482.5}

Rubens, Paul A. (1876-1917) English

The admiral's yarn: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/483-2 : No. 1 in C}

I love the moon: song; words and music Paul Rubens {17/483-1 : No. 2 in Db}

My toreador {from The toreador}: song; words and music by Paul A. Rubens {16/050-5 [33]}

Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) Russian

Melody: arranged as a song; words by Florence Hoare {17/483.5}

Russell, Kennedy (1884-1954) English

The barber of Turin: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/484-6 : No. 1 in A}

Poor man's garden: song; words by Royden Barrie {17/484-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 3 in Eb}

Saint Christopher; words by Arthur Stanley {17/484-5 : No. 2 in Eb}

Vale (Farewell): song; words by Burgh d'Arcy {17/484-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 3 in Ab}

When the children say their prayers: song; words by Arthur Stanley {17/484-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in C}

Young Tom o' Devon: song; words by Harold Simpson {17/484-4 : 2 copies : No. 2 in Bb b) No. 1 in Ab}

Ryan, Paul (1948-1992) English

I will drink the wine; words and music Paul Ryan {17/485-1}

Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835-1921) French

Fair Spring is returning {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin {sop./ mez.: 17/486-1 : 3 copies : a,b,c) E: mez.}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin {sop./ mez./ contr.: 17/486-2 : 4 copies : a,b,c) Db: mez. c) Bb: contr.}

Softly awakes my heart: [Cantabile - Delilah - mez.]; [words by] F Lemaire Eng Eugene Oudin {16/050-3 [ 9] : [No. 1 in] Db}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin {contr.: 16/020( 1) [1]}

Sanders, Mary

Flocks are sporting: unison song; arr. Mary Sanders [Carey-Sanders] {17/113.1}

Sanderson, Wilfrid (1878-1935) English

All joy be thine: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {Boosey : 17/488-17 : a) No. 3 in Bb}

A blackbird's song: song; words by Louise McDermaid {17/488- 1 : No. 3 in Eb}

Break o' day: song; words by P .J. O'Reilly {17/488- 2 : 2 copies : No. 1 in Bb b) No. 2 in C}

Captain Mac': song; words by P. J. O'Reilly {Boosey : 17/488-16 : a) No. 1 in C}

Dear little town: song; words by Fred G. Bowles {17/488- 3 : No. 2 in G}

Devonshire cream and cider: song; words by Theodore Curzon {17/488-13 : 2 copies : b) No. 2 in D}

Drake goes West: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly {Boosey : 17/488-15}

Easter flowers: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/488- 9 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 3 in Db}

Friend o' mine: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/488- 4 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G b) No.2 in Ab}

Friend o' mine: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {Boosey : 17/488- 4 (c)-(f) : 4 copies : c) No. 4 in Bb d) No. 1 in F e,f) No.3 in Ab}

Gather ye rosebuds: song; words by Robert Herrick {17/488-11 : [No. 2] in G}

The glory of the sea: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {Boosey : 17/488-18 : a) No. 1 in Bb}

The hills of Donegal: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly {17/488- 5 : 2 copies : a,b) No.2 in Bb}

My dear soul: Wessex love song; words by May Byron {17/488-14 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2,1 in Bb}

One morning very early: song; words (Trad.) adapt. P. J. O'Reilly {Boosey : 17/488-19 : a) No. 1 in Eb}

Sewing song; words by Helen Taylor {17/488-10 : No. 3 in Ab}

Shipmates o' mine: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/488- 6 : 4 copies : a-d) No.1 in F}

Spring's awakening: valse song; words by Maud Cunningham {17/488-12 : No. 5 in Bb}

Until: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/488-7 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 3 in G c,d) No. 2 in F}

The valley of laughter: song; words by Fred G. Bowles {17/488- 8 : No. 1 in Eb}

Sans Souci, Gertrude (1873-1913) American

When song Is sweet (Douce mélodie): song; [poem by Gertrude Sans Souci] {17/489 : [No. 1 in] Db}

Sarjeant, J.

Blow, blow, thou Winter wind: song; words from (Shakspeare's) As You Like It {17/490 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in Bmin b) No. 2 in Cmin}

Saunders, Max

Nocturne: song; words by Toni McGrath {17/492 : No. 1 in C}

Savino, Domenico (1888-1973) Italian-American

Anchors aweigh: song of the Navy; rev. words by George D. Lottman; rev. mus. D. Savino [Zimmermann-Savino] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/605-1}

Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660-1725) Italian

Le violette {sop./ ten.: 17/494 : sop./ten.}

Scarlatti, Domenico (1685-1757) Italian

Sono amante {from the Sixth cantata}; ed. Ludwig Lebell; Eng. trans. E. J. Dent {17/495(1)}

Schira, Francesco (1809-1883) Italian

Sognai: rêverie; parole e musica di F. Schira {17/495.5}

Schoenberg, Arnold (1874-1951) Austrian-American

Nun sag ich dir zum ersten Mal (Lied Toves); [from] Gurrelieder (J. P. Jacobsen), arr. Alban Berg {17/495.7}

Schönberg, Claude-Michel (1944- French

I dreamed a dream {from Les Misérables}; lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer {17/495.8}

Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) Austrian

Ave Maria: song {Wood : 17/496- 2 (a) : [No. 2 in] Ab}

Ave Maria; words by Thomas Oliphant {Cramer : 17/496- 2 (c)}

Ave Maria {Walsh : 17/496- 2 (b)}

The golden song {from Lilac Time}; words by Adrian Ross; music arr. from Franz Schubert by G. H. Clutsam [Schubert-Clutsam] {17/125-3}

Gretchen at the spinning wheel (Gretchen am Spinnrade) Op.2; Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell {17/496-3 (a) : [No. 2 in] F (orig.)}

Litany for All Souls' Day; Jacobi; Eng. version Th. Baker {17/496- 4}

Love's peace (Du bist die Ruh); Rückert; Eng. version Richard Capell {17/496- 5 : [No. 1 in] C}

Margaret (Gretchen am Spinnrade) {from Goethes Faust}; Eng. version A. H. Fox Strangeways and Steuart Wilsonl {low v.: 17/496- 3 (b) : a) low key (orig. - D min)}

Omnipotence (Die Allmacht) Op. 79 No. 2; words by Pyrker; Eng. trans. A. H. Fox Strangeways & Steuart Wilson {17/496- 6}

Romanze (Die Verschworenen): for sop., w. Bb clar. obbl.; arr. Fritz Spiegl, Eng. trans. Millicent Rose [Schubert-Spiegl] {set 17/496- 7}

The shepherd on the rock (Der Hirt auf dem Felsen) Op. 129: song w. pianoforte & clarinet (or violoncello) accomp.; Eng. version J. S. Shedlock {set 17/496-11}

Ständchen (Serenade); Rellstab; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton; arr. Gerald Moore [Schubert-Moore] {17/496-8 (a)}

Ständchen (Serenade); Eng. version Henry G. Chapman {med. v.: 17/496- 8 (b) : c) Med. (C min)}

Ständchen (Serenade) {med. v.: 17/496- 8 (c) : b) [Med.] C min}

To be sung on the waters (Auf dem Wasser zu singen) Op. 72; words by Friedrich Stolberg; Eng. version H. Stevens {high v.: 17/496-12 : a) [high v.]}

To music (An die Musik); by Schober; Eng. words Mary Field {bass / contr.: 17/496- 1}

The voice of love (Stimme der Liebe); Stolberg; Eng. words Mary Field; ed. Albert Howe {ten.: 17/496- 9}

Whither? (Wohin?) {mez./ bar.: 17/496-10 : [No. 2] mez./bar.: F}

Schumann, Robert (1810-1856) German

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum); Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood {17/499-1 : [No. 1 in] Eb}

Warum willst Du? Op. 37 No.11; Rückert {sop.: 17/499-2}

Scott, Alicia (Lady John Douglas) (1810-1900) Scottish

Annie Laurie; words by Burns {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[50]}

Ettrick: song; words by Lady John Scott {10/045-4[18]}

Think on me; words by Lady John Scott; arr. J. Michael Diack [Scott-Diack] {17/503 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in F}

Scott, Cyril (1879-1970) English

Afterday Op. 50 No. 1; [words by Cyril Scott] {17/501-1 : No. 2 in C}

Blackbird's song Op. 52 No. 3; words by Rosamund Marriott Watson {17/501-2 : 3 copies : a,b,c) No. 2 in Eb}

Cherry ripe; words by Herrick; arr. Cyril Scott [Horn-Scott] {high v.: 17/501-6 : high v.}

Daffodils Op. 68 No. 1; words by Ella Erskine {17/501-5 : No. 2 in Bb}

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2; words by Christina Rossetti {17/501-3 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in F b) No. 2 in Eb}

The unforeseen Op. 74 No. 3; words by Rosamund Marriott Watson {17/501-4 : 3 copies : No. 3 in D b,c) No. 1 in Bb}

Scott, John Prindle (1877-1932) American

Light's glittering morn: Easter solo; by John Prindle Scott {low v.: 17/502-1 : low v.}

Repent ye: sacred song; [words from St Matthew's Gospel] {17/502-2 : low in D min}

Scott, Kennedy (1876-1965) English

The lost melody: waltz song; words by Kennedy Scott {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/502.5}

Scull, Guy H. American

The whiffenpoof song (Baa! Baa! Baa!); [by Tod Galloway; chorus by Guy H. Scull; words by Meade Minnigerode] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/404}

Seaver, Blanche Ebert (1891-1994) Norwegian-American

Just for to-day: sacred song; prayer by Sybil F. Partridge {17/504-1 : low Db}

Seeger, Pete (1919- American

Where have all the flowers gone?; words and music Pete Seeger {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/504.3}

Selby, Peter

Love Is new; words and music Peter Selby {17/504.5-1}

Senior, Wilfrid

A Highland love song (My fair and rare one); Eng. words by Prof. Blackie; arr. Wilfrid Senior {17/505-1 : 2 copies}

Twa bonnie maidens (The Isle of Skye): Scottish song; words from 'Hogg's Jacobite Relics'; arr. Wilfrid Senior {17/505-2 : low (C)}

Serradell, Narciso

La golondrina (The swallow): Mexican song; words by Cecily Danes {17/506 : 2 copies : a) [No. 1 in] D b) [No. 2 in] F}

Sharp, Cecil James (1859-1924) English

O no, John: folk-song from Somerset; coll. & arr. Cecil J. Sharp {17/506.7(2)}

Sharp, Vernon Lathom

Dearest of all: song; words and music by Vernon Lathom Sharp {17/507-1 : No. 1: C (low)}

Sharpe, Evelyn English

One little hour: song; words by Leslie Cooke {17/508-1 : No. 3 in D}

When the great red dawn is shining: song; words by Edward Lockton {high v.: 17/508-2 : No. 3 in Bb}

Shattuck, Charles Flagg (b.1849) American

Chiming bells of long ago; [words by George Cooper] {16/050-1[20] #damaged copy}

Shaw, Geoffrey

St Agnes morn: song; arr. Geoffrey Shaw; words by Selwyn Image [Purcell-Shaw] {17/460-4}

The vagrant: unison song; words Anon. {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/509-1}

Shaw, Howard

The way of life; words by Herbert Jefferson {17/509.5 : No. 2 in F}

Shaw, Martin (1875-1958) English

At Columbine's grave: song; words by Bliss Carman {17/510-6 : 2 copies : all) A min}

Bab-Lock-Hythe; words by Laurence Binyon {17/510-1 : 2 copies}

The bubble song {from The Cockyolly Bird}; words by Mabel Dearmer {17/510-2 : No. 2 in C min}

A Christmas song; words by Eugene Field {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/510-7}

Easter carol; words by Christina Rossetti {17/510-3}

Heffle cuckoo fair; words by Rudyard Kipling {17/510-4}

I know a bank; words by Shakespeare {17/510-11}

The little waves of Breffny; words by Eva Gore-Booth {17/510-5(1)}

O, Falmouth is a fine town; words by W. E. Henley {17/510-9 : high v. (E)}

The song of the palanquin bearers; words by Sarojini Naidu {17/510-8 : 2 copies : a,b) high v. (E)}

There was a rosebud bloomed in the snow: Christmas carol; words by Doris Pailthorpe {17/510-10}

Sheldon, Mary

Epitaph; words by Walter De La Mare {17/511 : No. 3 in Ab}

Sheridan, Mark (1867-1918) English

Who were you with last night?; written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan [Godfrey / Sheridan] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/222.3 : 2 copies}

Sherman, Al (1897-1973) American

No! No! A thousand times no!: waltz song in melodrama; words and music Al Sherman, Al Lewis & Abner Silver {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/511.5}

Sherwin, Manning (1902-1974) American

A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square; lyric by Eric Maschwitz {17/511.7}

Shield, William (1748-1829) English

The thorn; words by Charles Dibdin?, after Burns? {17/512}

The wolf {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/512-2}

Shirley, Lilian

There's a ship that's bound for Blighty: song; words by Worton David {17/513 : No. 1 in Eb}

Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957) Finnish

Aus banger Brust (O wert thou here) Op. 50 No. 4: with additional Swedish & Finnish text; [words by] Richard Dehmel; [Eng. trans.] Rosa Newmarch {high v.: 17/514-1 : high v. (orig.)}

Be still my soul {from Finlandia} {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/514-2 : 2 copies}

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1; by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace {17/514-3 : 2 copies}

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1; by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace {10/045-8.2[10]}

Little Lasse (Berceuse); by Z. Topelius; Eng. version William Wallace {17/514-4}

Luonnotar {from Kalevala} Op. 70: tone poem for sop. & orch. {17/514-5}

Die stille Stadt (The silent town) Op. 50 No. 5: with additional Swedish & Finnish text; words by Richard Dehmel {high v.: 17/514-6 : high v. (orig.)}

The tryst (Gretchen vient du rendez-vous) Op. 37 No. 5; by J.L. Rüneberg; Eng. version William Wallace {17/514-7 : 2 copies}

Sieczynski, Rudolf

Vienna, city of my dreams (Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume): song; Eng. words Edward Lockton {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/515 : 2 copies}

Silésu, Lao (1883-1953) Italian-French

A little love, a little kiss (Un peu d'amour): song; Eng. words Adrian Ross {17/516-2 : 2 copies : No. 2 in D b) No. 1 in C}

Love, here is my heart (Mon coeur est pour toi): song; words by Adrian Ross {17/516-1 : No. 1 in Eb}

Silva, Edward

Swinging: voc. valse {17/516.5}

Silvers, Louis

April showers {from The Jolson Story}; words by B. G. DeSylva {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/517 : 2 copies}

Simpson, Nellie

Your England and mine: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/518 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C (b) No. 2 in D}

Sjöberg, C. L. (1861-1900) Swedish

Tonerna: sång {17/518.2 : high v.}

Skakle, Margaret (1886-1939) Scottish

Where the high-road ends: [song & chorus]; composed for the Cairngorm Club, with words by Miss Mary Agnes Skakle {17/518.3}

Skelly, Joseph P. (1853-1895) American

He isn't a marrying man: [song and chorus]; written and composed Joseph P. Skelly {16/050-1 [7]}

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus; [words and music J.P. Skelly] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.5 (b)}

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus; words and music J.P. Skelly {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.5}

Skinner, James Scott (1843-1927) Scottish

Oor ain fireside (cradle song); words by Joe Corrie {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.8}

Slade, Julian (1930-2006) English

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days}; words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/519-1 : 2 copies}

Slater, David Dick (1869-1942) Scottish-Canadian

I dream of Jeanie [with the light brown hair]; Stephen Foster; arr. David Dick Slater [Foster-Slater] {med. v.: 17/201 (d) : med. F}

Slater, Gordon

The green willow; Trad. {17/520}

Smart, Grenville

I am a friar of orders gray; words by O'Keefe; new arr. Grenville Smart [Reeve-Smart] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/468}

Smieton, John More (1857-1904) Scottish

O gentle sleep {from Conla} {17/520.8-2}

Secret love; words by F. D. {17/520.8-1}

Smith, Herbert Arnold English

Britain calling (Big Ben strikes nine): song; words by Elizabeth Gorell {17/521}

Smith, Robert Archibald (1780-1829) Scottish

Jessie, the flow'r o' Dumblane; words by Tannahill {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[66]}

Somerset, Lord Henry (1849-1932) English

Echo: song; words by Christina Rossetti {17/522-1 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 2 in G c) No. 3 in A d) No. 1 in F}

A song of sleep; words and music Lord Henry Somerset {17/522-2 : No. 2 in D}

Somervell, Arthur (1863-1937) English

Gathering daffodils; words by Harold Boulton {17/523-1 : No. 2 in Ab}

The gentle maiden: old Irish air; Eng. words by Harold Boulton {17/523-2 : 2 copies : No. 2 in F b) No. 1 in Eb}

Shepherd's cradle song {17/523-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 4 in A}

Silent worship (from Tolomeo}; arr. Arthur Somervell [Handel-Somervell] {low v.: 17/252-8 : 2 copies : a,b) low v.: G}

Spring (La Speranza è giunta) (from Otho}; arr. Arthur Somervell [Handel-Somervell] {low v.: 17/252-10 : [Key of E]}

Young love lies sleeping {from Love in Spring-Time}; words by Christina Rossetti {17/523-4 : 4 copies : a,c,d) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 2 in Bb}

Speaks, Oley (1874-1948) American

Morning: song; words by Frank L. Stanton {17/525-3 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in D min (b) No. 2 in C min}

On the road to Mandalay: song; from 'Barrack-room ballads' by Rudyard Kipling {17/525-1 : 2 copies : low: Bb b) med: C (orig.)}

Sylvia: song; words by Clinton Scollard {17/525-2 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Ab c) No. 3 in G}

Spear, Eric (1908-1966 English

Molly Macarthy and Mary Malone: little Irish song; words and music Eric Spear {17/526-1}

Spiegl, Fritz (1926-2003) Austrian

Romanze (Die Verschworenen): for sop., w. Bb clar. obbl.; arr. Fritz Spiegl, Eng. trans. Millicent Rose [Schubert-Spiegl] {set 17/496- 7}

Spross, Charles Gilbert (1874-1961)

I looked for God and I found Him: song; verse by Genevieve Lawless {17/526.5 : low v.}

Will o' the wisp; words by Torrence Benjamin {17/526.5-2 : No. 2 in F}

Squire, William Henry (1871-1963) English

If I might come to you: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/527-1 : No. 4 in Bb}

In an old-fashioned town: song; words by Ada Leonora Harris {17/527-2 : 2 copies : a,c) No. 4 in F b) No. 2 in D}

Jack Briton: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/527-3 : No. 2 in D}

Just a ray of sunlight: song; words by May Amoore {17/527-4 : No. 1 in Ab}

Lighterman Tom: song; words by Francis Barron {17/527-8 : No. 2 in F}

Mountain lovers: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/527-5 : No. 4 in F b) No. 4 in Eb}

My prayer: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly {17/527-7 : No. 3 in Eb}

A sergeant of the line: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/527-9 : No. 2 in G}

The watchman: song; words by Edward Teschemacher {17/527-10 : a) No. 2 in D}

When you come home: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/527-6 : 4 copies : a) No. 4 in G b,d) No. 2 in Eb c) No. 3 in F}

St Quentin, Edward (1860-1924) English

Beyond: song; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-5 [24] : No. 3 in Eb}

Stacey, Gilbert (1895-1966) English

Down in the gardens at Kew: song; words by Gloria Storm {17/528-1 : No. 1 in F}

Stanford, C. Villiers (1852-1924) Irish

The bold unbiddable child: song; words by W. M. Letts {17/529-12 : No. 2 in D min}

The chapel on the hill Op.139: song; poem by W.M. Letts {from Songs from Leinster} {17/529- 1}

Drop me a flower Op.175: song; poem by Tennyson {17/529- 2}

The fairy lough Op. 77: song; words by Moira O'Neill {from An Irish Idyll} {17/529- 3 : 2 copies : No. 2 in F b) No. 1 in D}

Father O'Flynn: old Irish melody; words by A. P. Graves {17/529- 4 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 2 in Bb #a,b) B&H imprint}

Heraclitus Op.110 No.4: song; poem by William Cory {17/529-13 : No. 1 in Bb}

Hush song: Irish air; words by A. P. Graves {17/529- 5}

Little snowdrop {from the Elfin Pedlar Bk 1}; poem by Helen Douglas Adams {17/529-10}

The milkmaid's song: song; words by Alfred Tennyson {17/529-11 : No. 2 in F min}

Molly Brannigan: old Irish melody; Trad.; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford {17/529- 6 : No. 3 in Ab}

A soft day Op.140 No. 3: song; words by W.M. Letts; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford {17/529- 7 : 4 copies : a,d) No.1 (Db) b-c) No. 2 (F)}

A song of the bow Op.175 No. 1; poem by Heber {17/529- 8}

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3: song; poem by W.M. Letts {17/529- 9 : 3 copies}

Stange, Max (1856-1932)

Die Bekehrte: Damon: song; German words by Goethe; Eng. by Paul England {10/045-5[ 2] : No. 2 in D}

Damon (Die Bekehrte): song; Goethe; Eng. words Paul England {17/529.5 : No. 3 in F}

Stanley, John (1713-1786) English

Sweet pretty bird {from the cantata The Redbreast}: sop. aria; arr. Maurice Bevan; words by Mr McClellan [Stanley-Bevan] {17/530}

Stanley, Wynn

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song; written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen [Stanley-Allen] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/530.2}

Stark, Herbert R.

Breathe soft ye winds: [song]; words by Ambrose Philips; mus. adapt. Herbert R. Stark [Handel-Stark] {17/252-12 : No. 1 in Eb (Bb to Eb)}

Stasny, A. J.

Rose dreams; poem by J.R. Shannon {17/530.5}

Stella, Alfred

The spinning wheel; melody by Mrs. D.V. Thomson arr. Alfred Stella [Thomson-Stella] {17/531 : No. 2 in F}

Stephenson, T. Wilkinson

If I can live: song; words by Arthur Hugh Clough {17/531.5-1 : No. 3 in G}

Ships that pass in the night: song; words by Longfellow {17/531.5-2 : No. 1 in Db}

Stevenson, John

The last rose of Summer; words by Thomas Moore; ed. Henry Parker {17/532 (b) : b) [No. 2 in] E}

The last rose of Summer; poetry by Thomas Moore {mez.: 17/532 (a) : No. 2 in E (mez.)}

Stickles, William (1882-1971) American

Bird songs at eventide; words by Royden Barrie arr. William Stickles [Coates-Stickles] {sop./ ten. & contr./ bar.: 18/035.3 : a) No. 2 (in Bb)}

Stolz, Robert (1880-1975) Austrian

Good-bye {from White Horse Inn}; words by Walter Reisch; Eng. version Harry Graham [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/533-2}

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn}; words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/058-1}

My song of love {from White Horse Inn}; [words by Walter Reisch]; Eng. words Harry Graham [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/533-4}

Our finest hour: song; words by Kathleen Egan {17/533-3 : No. 2 in G}

A sea song; words by Allan Cunningham [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/059-1}

When April sings {from Spring Parade}; words by Gus Kahn {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/533-1}

Storace, Stephen (1763-1796) English

The summer heats bestowing (1788): song; air by Stephen Storace arr. Ella Ivimey [Storace-Ivimey] {17/533.5}

Strachey, Jack (1894-1972)

Don't let the sun go down (in your heart): song; lyric by Colin Cleaver {17/533.7-1}

These foolish things: song; words by Eric Maschwitz {17/533.7-2 : 2 copies}

Stradella, Alessandro (1642-1682) Italian

Aria di chiesa: preghiera {sop./ ten.: 17/534 : sop./ten. (Eb)}

Straus, Oscar (1870-1954) Anglo-French

Love's roundabout (La Ronde): waltz song; Fre. words Louis Ducreux; Eng. words Harold Purcell {17/535-2}

My hero {from The Chocolate Soldier} {17/535}

Strauss, Johann II (1825-1899) Austrian

For we love you still {from Waltzes from Vienna} {17/536-1}

The laughing song {from Die Fledermaus} {17/536-2 (a)}

The laughing song {from Die Fledermaus}; Eng. text Sam Heppner {17/536-2 (b)}

Tales from the Vienna Woods: song; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {17/536-3}

Strauss, Richard (1864-1949) German

Morgen (Tomorrow) {from Vier Lieder Op. 27}; John Henry Mackay; Eng. words John Bernhoff {high v.: 17/538-3(4) : high v.}

Nachtgang (At night) {from Drei Lieder Op. 29}; Otto Julius Bierbaum {low v.: 17/538-2(3) : low v.}

Schlechtes Wetter (Bad weather) {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69}; [poem by] H. Heine; Eng. trans. Alfred Kalisch {17/538-4(5) : orig. (F)}

Ständchen; arr. Walter Gieseking [Strauss-Gieseking] {17/538-1 (d)}

Ständchen (Serenade); A. F. von Schack; ; Eng. words Paul England {17/538-1 (b) (c) : 2 copies : b) [No. 2 in] F# c) No. 4 in F#}

Ständchen (Serenade); A. F. von Schack; ; Eng. words Paul England {17/538-1 (a) : [No. 2 in] F}

Waldesfahrt {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69}: for high v.; [poem by] H. Heine {17/538-4(4) : orig. (high) Ger. only}

Strelezki, Anton

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini; words by Baroness Porteous {16/050-3 [12]}

Stromberg, John (1853-1902) American

If all the stars were mine: [song]; written by Harry B. Smith {16/050-5 [ 9] : No. 1 in C}

Strong, Michael

The light on the hill: song; words by Harold Simpson {17/539-1 : No. 2 in F}

One day of gold: song; words by Mabel Constanduros {17/539-2}

Stroud, Arthur

Hail, Caledonia!: song; written by Hugh Ogilvie {17/540}

Stuart, Leslie (1863-1928) English

The shade of the palm {from Florodora}: song; words and music by Leslie Stuart {16/050-4 [15] : No. 1 in Ab}

The shade of the palm: [song]; words and music by Leslie Stuart {17/540.5 : a) No. 1 in Ab}

The soldiers of the Queen: [song]; words and music by Leslie Stuart {16/050-4 [12]}

Sturdy, Leslie (1921-2001) English

Haste you back (I/we love you dearly); words by Robert Wilson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/541}

Sturgis, Mable Miller

The Stranger of Galilee: sacred song; by C. H. M[orris]; arr. Mable Miller Sturgis [Morris-Sturgis] {17/414 : 3 copies : a-c) [No. 1 in] F}

Sullivan, Arthur (1842-1900) English

Edward Gray; words by Tennyson {17/544- 1 : No. 1 in G}

Hey willow waly o! {from Patience}: song or duet; words by W. S. Gilbert {17/544- 8}

Ho, Jolly Jenkin (the Friar's song) {from Ivanhoe}; words by Julian Sturgis {17/544- 2 : No. 1 in D}

The lost chord: song; words by Adelaide A. Proctor [sic] {17/544- 3 : 5 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in F e) No. 3 in G}

My dearest heart: song {17/544- 4 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in F b,c) No. 4 in Bb}

Orpheus with his lute; words from Shakespeare's 'Henry VIII' {17/544- 5 : No. 2 in A}

Poor wand'ring one {from The pirates of Penzance}: song; written by W. S. Gilbert {17/544- 9 : No. 2 in Ab}

The sentry's song {from Iolanthe}; written by W. S. Gilbert {17/544 -7}

Take a pair of sparkling eyes {from The Gondoliers}: song; words by W. S. Gilbert {17/544-10 : No. 3 in F}

Thou'rt passing hence (the Highland message): song; words by Mrs Hemans {17/544- 6 : 2 copies : a) No. 2 in Ab b) No. 1 in G}

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe}: Sir Brian's song; words by Julian Sturgis {17/544-11 : No. 2 in Gb (orig.)}

Suppé, Franz von (1819-1895) Austrian

Hab' ich nur deine Liebe {from Boccaccio} {17/545-1}

Swann, Donald (1923-1994) Welsh

The hippopotamus song; words by Michael Flanders {17/546-1}

The youth of the heart {from The Lyric Revue}; words by Sydney Carter {17/546-2 : 2 copies : in G}

Swinburne, W. H. English

An epitaph {from Two Songs}; words by Walter de la Mare {17/546.3(1)}

Swinyard, Laurence English

A cynical serenade: song for bass singers; words and music Laurence Swinyard {17/546.5 : in C}

Tate, Arthur F. (1870-1950)

Somewhere a voice is calling: song; words by Eileen Newton {17/547-1 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 3 in F b) No. 2 in Eb}

Tate, James W.

A bachelor gay {from The Maid of the Mountains}; written by Clifford Harris & Valentine {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/547.5}

Tate, Phyllis (1911-1987) English

The lark in the clear air: Irish air; words by Sir Samuel Ferguson; arr. Phyllis Tate {high v.: 17/547.8 : 3 copies : a,c) high in Bb b) low in F}

Tauber, Richard (1892-1948) Anglo-Austrian

My heart and I {from Old Chelsea}: song; words by Fred S. Tysh {17/548-1 : 4 copies : a,b,d) low in C c) orig. in D}

My world is gold (Because you love me); lyric by Clifford Grey {17/548-2 : No. 2 in G}

Taylor, Leslie English

The light of the sunset glow: song; words by Ursula Curzon; adapt. from Easthope Martin's 'Evensong' [Martin-Taylor] {17/384-5 : No. 2 in Eb}

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893) Russian

Adieu forêts (Farewell ye mountains) {from Jeanne d'Arc}: sop. recit. & aria; Eng. version Th. Baker {mez.: 17/550-1 : 2 copies : a) mez.(D) b) sop.(F)}

None but the broken heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt); Eng. version Bernard deNevers; arr. Alfred Moffat [Tchaikovsky-Moffat] {Alfred Lengnick : 17/550-2 (b)}

None but the longing heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt); Eng. words E. Teschemacher {Edwin Ashdown : 17/550-2 (a) : [No. 2 in] Eb}

Sred' shumnogo bala [Amid the din of the ball] Op. 38 no. 3; [words by A. K. Tolstoy] {17/550-5}

To the forest; words by Fred J. Whishaw {17/550-3}

Why so pale the roses? (Warum?) Op. 6 No. 5; Eng. words B.F. Wyatt-Smith {17/550-4}

Temple, Hope (1859-1938) Irish

An old garden: song; words by Helen Marion Burnside {10/045-4[15] : No. 3 in Bb}

An old garden: song; words by Helen Marion Burnside {17/550.4 : a) No. 2 in Ab}

Tennant, Sheena Irish

An Irish cradle song; words by W. B. Yeats {17/550.5}

Terry, Richard Runciman (1865-1938) English

Shenandoah: shanty (windlass & capstan) {17/550.7}

Thayer, Patrick

I travel the road (Who cares): song; words by Donovan Parsons {17/550.5-2 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in Db b) No. 2 in D}

Undivided: song; words by Bruce Sievier {17/550.5-1 : No. 1 in Bb}

Thiman, Eric (1900-1975) English

An Easter prayer; poem by Irene Gass {17/551-1}

Madonna and Child: carol; words by Gerald Bullett {17/551-2 : 2 copies : a,b) [No. 2] in F}

The rainbow: song; [words by Pope] {17/551-3 : 3 copies : a,b) No.3 in F c,d) No.2 in Eb}

The silver swan; Anon. (c.1600) {high v.: 17/551-4 : 2 copies : b) high v. (C min)}

Thomas, Arthur Goring (1850-1892) English

Le baiser (A memory): song; Fr. words by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington {17/552-1 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in Db b,c) No. 2,4 in D}

My heart is weary (Schwer liegt auf dem Herzen): recit. & air {from Nadeschda}; Eng. words by Julian Sturgis; Ger. version Friedrich Fremery {17/552-4 : 3 copies}

A summer night (Une nuit de mai); words by Theo. Marzials {17/552-5 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 3 in D}

Time's garden: song w. cello accomp.; words by Harold Boulton {set 17/552-2 : [No. 1] in F}

Winds in the trees: song; words from the German by Miss Muloch {17/552-3 : No. 3 in F}

Thomas, Ambroise (1811-1896) French

Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest thou that dear land?) {from Mignon}: romance; ed. Albert Visetti; Eng. version Claude Aveling [Thomas-Visetti] {17/551.5 : 3 copies : No. 2 in Eb b,c) No. 1 in Db c) Schott}

Thomas, John Rogers (1830-1896) English

Down by the river side I stray; [words by George Pope Morris] {16/050-1[17]}

Eileen Alannah: [song]; written by E. S. Marble {16/050-4 [19]}

Eileen Alannah; words by E. S. Marble {mez./ bar.: 17/552.3 : Ab (mez./bar.)}

We two; written by Geo. Cooper {16/050-1[15]}

Thompson, Fisher

Rio nights: song; words by Elmer Vincent {17/552.35}

Thompson, Jack

An emblem: song; words and music Jack Thompson {17/552.4 : 2 copies : No. 3 in D b) No. 4 in Eb}

Thompson, William Lamartine (1847-1909) American

Gathering shells; words by W L Thompson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272[1]}

Gathering shells by the sea: [song and chorus (SA/TB)]; [words by Thompson?] {16/050-1[18]}

[Songs by Thompson, Blockley and Hendrickson] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272}

Thomson, D. V. (Mrs) Scottish

The spinning wheel; melody by Mrs. D.V. Thomson arr. Alfred Stella [Thomson-Stella] {17/531 : No. 2 in F}

Thomson, David Cleghorn

The Knight of Bethlehem {from The Husband of Poverty}: St Francis song; words by H. Neville Maughan {17/552.5 : [No. 2] in Eb}

Tilzer, Albert Von (1878-1956) American

Teasing: song; words by Cecil Mack {16/050-5 [11]}

Tippett, Michael (1905-1998) English

Come, gentle death (Komm süsser Tod); ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann [Bach-Tippett] {17/024-2[2]}

Tirindelli, Pier Adolfo Italian

Mistica; versi di Ada Negri (Eng. Alice F. Schmoll) {17/552.8}

Tosti, Francesco Paolo (1846-1916) Anglo-Italian

Good-bye!: song; words by G.J. Whyte-Melville {16/050-3 [25] : No. 3 in F (mez. or bar.)}

Goodbye: song (with violin ad lib.); words by G. J. Whyte-Melville {17/553-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 4 in Eb b) No. 3 in F}

Love's way {from Love's Journey}: song; words by Ethel Clifford {16/050-5 [ 2] : No. 2 in F}

My dreams: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly {17/553-2 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in Db b) No. 1 in Bb}

Parted: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/553-3 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in Bb b,c) No. 4 in F}

Tovey, Donald Francis (1875-1940) English

There be none of beauty's daughters, Op. 2; Eng. words Lord Byron {17/553.1}

Trad.

The auld hoose: old Scottish air; words by Baroness Nairne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[61]}

The bonnie banks o' Loch Lomon': Jacobite air {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[63]}

Danny boy: song written to an old Irish air; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/553.2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in C}

Will ye no' come back again?: old Scottish air; words by Baroness Nairne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[59]}

Ye banks & braes: Scotch song {16/050-4 [ 7]}

Trevalsa, Joan English

My treasure: song; words by Matthias Barr {17/553.3 : No. 1 in F}

Trotère, Henri (1885-1929) English

Asthore (darling): song; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-5 [40]}

In old Madrid: song; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-4 [21] : [No. 2] in Bb}

In your dear eyes: song; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-5 [14] : No. 3 in F}

My old shako: song; words by Francis Barron {17/553.4 : No. 2 in C}

Within your heart: song; words by G. Hubi Newcombe {16/050-5 [ 6] : No. 2 in Eb}

Tucker, Henry

Sweet Genevieve: ballad; words by George Cooper {17/553.5}

Tulloch, Arabella

Drat 'em! (The shepherd's song); words by H. Alnwick {17/553.8}

Turner, Olive

Cradle song of the coast; words by Herbert J. Brandon {17/553.85 : a) No.1 in Eb}

Ulmer, Georges (1919-1989) Danish-French

Pigalle; Fre. lyric Georges Ulmer & Geo. Koger; Eng. lyric Reg Connelly {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/553.9}

Ulvaeus, Bjorn Kristian (1945- Swedish

Thank you for the music [Andersson-Ulvaeus] {17/010.5}

Valmore, Graham English

The vale of sleep: song; words and music Graham Valmore {17/554 : [No. 2 in] F}

Van Alstyne, Egbert Anson (1878-1951) American

Bright eyes, good-bye!: [song]; written by Harry H. Williams & Fred. W. Leigh {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-5 [29]}

Van Heusen, James (1913-1990) American

Busy doing nothing; words by Johnny Burke {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/554-1}

High hopes; lyrics by Sammy Cahn {17/554-2}

It's nice to go travelling; lyrics by Sammy Cahn {17/554-3}

Second time around; words by Sammy Cahn {17/554-5}

Swinging on a star; words by Johnny Burke {17/554-4}

Various

[46 Scottish songs, pp.3-66 of a larger album] {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[21-66]}

[7 songs, mainly American, pp.1-16 of a larger album] {16/050-1[14-20]}

[7 songs, mainly American, pp.1-24 of a larger album {16/050-1 [7-13]}

Varlamov, Alexander Egorovich (1801-1848) Russian

The red sarafan: song; adapt. w. Eng. words Fred. Whishaw [Varlamov-Whishaw] {17/570.8 : No. 1 in G}

Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958) English

Bright is the ring of words {from Songs of Travel, pt 1}; words by R L Stevenson {17/555-8}

Greensleeves: English folk-song; words Trad. {17/555-7 : high (C)}

Linden Lea: Dorset song; words by W. Barnes {17/555-1 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in G c) No. 3 in A}

Orpheus with his lute {from Henry VIII}: song; words by Shakespeare {17/555-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in F}

The roadside fire {from Songs of Travel}; words by R L Stevenson {17/555-6 : No. 1 in C}

Silent noon; sonnet by Dante Gabriel Rossetti {17/555-3 (g) : g) [in Eb]}

Silent noon; sonnet by Dante Gabriel Rossetti {17/555-3 : 6 copies : a) No. 2 in Eb b-d,f) No. 3,4 in G e) No. 1 in Db}

The sky above the roof; words by Mabel Dearmer (from the French of Verlaine) {17/555-9 : a) in C}

The vagabond {from Songs of Travel, pt 1}; words by R L Stevenson {17/555-4 : No. 2 in E min}

The water mill; from 4 poems by Fredegond Shove {low v.: 17/555-5 : 2 copies : a) low v.(C) b) high v. (Eb)}

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901) Italian

Il balen del suo sorriso {from Il Trovatore}: Conte's recit. & aria {bar.: 17/556-1}

Celeste Aida {from Aida}: Radames' recit. & aria {ten.: 17/556-5}

Di provenza il mar {from La Traviata}: romanza {10/045-5[17]}

La donna è mobile (Woman's a fickle jade) {from Rigoletto}: Duke of Mantua's canzone; Eng. version Claude Aveling {ten.: 17/556-7 : No. 2 in B (orig.)}

Gualtier Maldè & Caro nome {from Rigoletto}: Gilda's recit. & aria; ed. Edgardo Lèvi {sop.: 17/556-2}

Infelice.. e tuo credevi {from Ernani}: Silva's recit. & cavatina {bass: 17/556-3}

O don fatale (O fatal gift) {from Don Carlo}: Princess Eboli's aria; Eng. Henry Hersee {mez.: 17/556-4 : No. 2: F (transp.)}

O tu, Palermo {from I Vespri Siciliani}: Procida's aria w. recit. O patria; ed. Edgardo Lèvi {bar./ bass: 17/556-8}

Salce (Willow song) {from Otello}: Desdemona's aria; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton {sop.: 17/556-6}

The tempest of the heart (Il balen del suo sorriso) {from Il Trovatore}; Eng. words Charles Jefferys; arr. Charles W. Glover [Verdi-Glover] {17/556-9}

Vinci, Leonardo (1690-1730) Italian

Come then, pining, peevish lover {from Lionel and Clarissa}; arr. Alfred Reynolds [Vinci-Reynolds] {17/557}

Visetti, Albert (1846-1928) Italian

Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest thou that dear land?) {from Mignon}: romance; ed. Albert Visetti; Eng. version Claude Aveling [Thomas-Visetti] {17/551.5 : 3 copies : No. 2 in Eb b,c) No. 1 in Db c) Schott}

Vita, Alfred de

Softly as I leave you; Eng. words Hal Shaper {17/558-1}

Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) German

Elisabeth's greeting {from Tannhäuser} {sop.: 17/559-1 (a)}

Elizabeth's prayer {from Tannhäuser}; new Eng. version A. C. Bunten {sop.: p. voc. + sol-fa 17/559-1 (b)}

Gerechter Gott! {from Rienzi}: Adriano's aria; Eng. trans. J. Pittman {sop.: 17/559-2}

Walther's prize song (Morn, like a rose) {from The Meistersingers}; Eng. by Percy Pinkerton {16/020( 4) [3]}

Wakefield, A. M.

No sir!: Spanish ballad; words and music by A. M. Wakefield {16/050-5 [17] : No. 2 in C}

Walsh, Frank

Beautiful dreamer; arr. Frank C. Walsh [Foster-Walsh] {17/201-2}

Jeanie, with the light brown hair; words and music Stephen C. Foster; arr. Frank Walsh [Foster-Walsh] {17/201 (c)}

Whispering hope; words and music Alice Hawthorne; arr. Frank Walsh [Hawthorne-Walsh] {Fentone : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/263 (b)}

Walters, Leslie (1902-1998) English

Invitation to Arcady; words by Christopher Marlowe {low v.: 17/560 : a) low in Eb}

Walther, Madeleine Clark

Dweller in dreams; text by Rabindranath Tagore {low v.: 17/561 : low in Eb}

Walton, William (1902-1983) English

The winds; poem by A. C. Swinburne {17/562}

Warlock, Peter (1894-1930) English

As ever I saw; Anon. {high v.: 17/563-7 : high: Eb}

Away to Twiver; Anon. {17/563-8}

Captain Stratton's fancy: song; words by John Masefield {17/563-1 : No. 1 (in D)}

In an arbour green: song; poem by Robert Wever {17/563-2 : 2 copies}

Peter Warlock's fancy: song; Anon. (16th cent.) {17/563-3 : No. 2 in F}

Sigh no more, ladies; words by Shakespeare {17/563-9}

Sleep {17/563-4}

Sweet content; [poem by] Thomas Dekker {high v.: 17/563-5 : high: G}

There is a lady sweet and kind; poem by Thomas Ford {high v.: 17/563-6 : high: Db}

Yarmouth Fair: Norfolk folk-song {high v.: 17/563-10 : low key}

Warrack, Guy (1900-1986) Scottish

O Peace, thou fairest child of Heaven {poem from Alfred}; words by James Thomson and David Mallet; arr. Guy Warrack [Arne-Warrack] {17/016-8}

Warren, Peter

Let me this day: based on an old Wesh folk song; words by Con Bryan {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/565}

Watson, Michael (1840-1899) English

All in a garden fair: song; words and music by Michael Watson {16/050-4 [32] : No. 2 in F}

Anchored!: song; words by S. K. Cowan {10/045-4[26] : No. 2 in G}

Stars of Earth!: song adapted (with violin or cello obbl.) to cavatina by Joachim Raff; words by Michael Watson [Raff-Watson] {10/045-4[10] : No. 2 in F #no v. or cello part}

Webber, Andrew Lloyd (1948- English

Don't cry for me Argentina {from Evita}; lyrics by Tim Rice {17/566 : 2 copies}

Memory {from Cats}; text by Trevor Nunn after T. S. Eliot {17/566-2}

The music of the night {from The Phantom of the Opera}; lyrics by Charles Hart {17/566-3}

Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826) German

Invitation to the dance: vocal adapt. for film Three Smart Girls Grow Up; lyric & adapt. Charles Henderson [Weber-Henderson] {17/567-1 : 2 copies}

Say, my heart, whence comes thine anguish? (Herz, mein Herz, warum so traurig?): celebrated German air {17/567-2}

Softly sighs the voice of evening (Wie nahte mir der Schlummer): Agnes' recit. & air {sop.: 17/567-3}

Weill, Kurt (1900-1950) German

Mack the knife {from The Threepenny Opera}; Eng. words Marc Blitzstein (from orig. by Bertolt Brecht) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/568-1}

September song {from Knickerbocker Holiday}; words by Maxwell Anderson {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/568-2}

Weingartner, Felix von (1863-1942) Austrian

Du bist ein Kind (Thou art a child) {from Zwölf Lieder Op. 28}; Ernst Ziel; Eng. version William Wallace {17/569}

Weiss, Willoughby Hunter (1820-1867) English

The village blacksmith: song; words by Longfellow {17/569.5 : No. 3 in C}

The village blacksmith: song; words by Longfellow {Weekes : 17/569.5 (b) : a) No. 1 in Bb}

Wellings, Milton (1850-1929) English

Golden love: song; words by Mary Mark-Lemon {10/045-4[ 8] : No. 1 in G}

Wenrich, Percy (1887-1952) American

Minnetonka; words by Gus Kahn {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/570}

West, John E. (1863-1929) Scottish

Oh yes, just so {from Phoebus and Pan}; Eng. words J. Michael Diack; arr. John E. West [Bach-West] {mez.: 17/025-2 : mez. ?}

Westendorf, Thomas P. (1848-1923) American

I'll take you home again, Kathleen {17/594[2]}

[Songs by Work and Westendorf] {17/594}

Weston, Robert Patrick (1878-1936) English

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile; words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee [Weston-Lee] {17/570.3}

Whelpley, Benjamin (1864-1946)

Oh! for a breath o' the moorlands; words by Harriet Miller Davidson [Varlamov-Whishaw] {med./ high v.: 17/570.5 : a) med. in C}

Whishaw, Frederick

Oh! for a breath o' the moorlands; words by Harriet Miller Davidson [Varlamov-Whishaw] {med./ high v.: 17/570.5 : a) med. in C}

The red sarafan: song; adapt. w. Eng. words Fred. Whishaw [Varlamov-Whishaw] {17/570.8 : No. 1 in G}

White, Constance V. (1860-1924) English

Sleep & forget: [song]; words by Clifton Bingham {16/050-5 [20]}

White, Maude Valérie (1855-1937) English

Ein alter Traum (An old dream); Eng. words Theodora Wilson {17/571(2) : No. 1 in G}

An den Geliebten (To the beloved); Eng. trans. Maude Valérie White {17/571(3) : No. 2 in G min}

Auf Wiederseh'n (We'll meet again) {17/571(1) : No. 2 in Bb}

The devout lover: song (w. violin ad lib.); words by Walter Herries Pollock {set 17/571-2 : 4 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Eb c) No.3 in D d) No. 4 in C #a,d) violin part wanting}

Five songs {17/571}

Glück auf (God speed); Eng. words Theodora Wilson {17/571(5) : No. 1 in G}

My Nannie: song; words by Robert Burns {10/045-5[ 1] : No. 1 in G}

So we'll go no more a roving: song; words by Lord Byron {17/571-3 : No. 1 in C}

Wanderlied (A Wanderer's song); Eng. words Theodora Wilson {17/571(4) : No. 2 in G}

When June is past: [song]; words by Thomas Carew {16/050-3 [20]}

Whiting, Richard A. (1891-1938) American

Ain't we got fun?; words by Gus Kahn & Raymond B. Egan {17/572-1}

Till we meet again; words by Raymond B. Egan {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/572-2}

Wightman, John

Tewkesbury road: song; words by John Masefield {17/573-2 : low v.}

Twilight it is: song; words by John Masefield {17/573 : high v.}

Willeby, Charles

Autumn days: song; words by Helen Taylor {17/575-1 : No. 2 in Eb}

The birds go North again; words by Ella Higginson {17/575-3 : No. 1 in C}

Coming home; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot {17/575-4 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b) No. 3 in F}

Cuttin' rushes: song; poem by Moira O'Neill {16/050-3 [ 6] : No. 2 in E min}

Mandalay: song; words by Rudyard Kipling {17/575-5 : No. 2 in E}

Summer rain; poem by William Ernest Henry {17/575-2 : No. 3 in Eb}

Williams, Charles Lee (1853-1935) English

Olwen: song; words by Winifred May {17/577}

Williams, Gerrard

The crooning from Inisfail; poem by Leigh Henry {17/578}

Williams, Gus (1848-1915) American

See that my grave's kept green: [song and chorus (SATB)]; [words by Williams?] {16/050-1[19]}

Williams, Harry (d. 1924) English

It's a Long Way to Tipperary; written and composed by Jack Judge and Harry Williams {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/307}

Williams, Hugh (1894-1939) Anglo-Austrian

Red sails in the sunset; lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy {17/579}

Wilson, H. Lane (1870-1915) English

Carmeña: voc. waltz; words by Ellis Walton {17/581-1 : [No. 3] in E}

Come let's be merry; Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson {Boosey : 17/581-4}

False Phyllis {17/581-2}

My lovely Celia: song; by George Munro, arr. H. Lane Wilson [Munro-Wilson] {17/581-3 : No. 2 in G}

When dull care; Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson {Boosey : 17/581-5 : No. 1 in F}

Wilson, Sandy (1924- English

The Boy Friend (piano selection); words and music Sandy Wilson; arr. Chris Langdon [Wilson-Langdon] {17/580}

Wilson, Thomas (1927-2001) Scottish

Willy's rare and Willy's fair; arr. Thomas Wilson {17/582}

Winkler, Franz

Forever and ever; words by Malia Rosa {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/584}

Witty, James

Little Mary Fawcett: song; words by Frank Witty {17/586}

Wolf, Hugo (1860-1903) Austrian

Anacreon's grave (Anakreons Grab); Goethe (Eng. Richard Capell) {17/588-1 : [No. 2 in] G}

Mausfallen-Sprüchlein (The mouser's magic verses); Mörike (Eng. John Bernhoff) {17/588-2}

Verborgenheit (Secrecy); [words by] Eduard Mörike {low v.: 17/588-3 : low v.}

Wolfe, Jacques (1896-1973) American

Short'nin' bread; words ed. Clement Wood {low v.: 17/589-1 : low v.(D)}

Wolfermann, Albert (1844-1908) German

Vergiss mein nicht (Forget me not): aria; arr. Albert Wolfermann [Bach-Wolfermann] {17/025-4 : [No. 2] in G moll}

Wolsey, Newman

Into thy hands: sacred song; written & composed by Newman Wolsey {16/050-4 [36]}

Wood, Charles (1866-1926) Irish

Ethiopia saluting the colours: song; words by Walt Whitman {17/589.5-2 : No. 2 in A}

The jug of punch: Irish folk-song; words by Alfred Perceval Graves; arr. Charles Wood {17/589.5}

Wood, Haydn (1882-1959) English

Bird of love divine; words by Kathleen Birch {17/590- 1 : No. 3 in G}

A brown bird singing: song; words by Royden Barrie {17/590- 5 : No. 3 in G}

Dearest, I love the morning: song; words by Royden Barrie {17/590- 2 : No. 1 in C}

A dog to walk with me; words by Lady (Muriel) Anderson {17/590- 7}

God is guiding me: sacred song; words by Percy Edgar {17/590-14}

God make me kind; words by Desmond Carter {17/590- 3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in F}

I count It all: song; words by Harold Simpson {17/590- 9 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in C}

I shall be there: song; words by Elsie R. Bowler {17/590- 4 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in D b) No. 2 in F}

It is only a tiny garden: song; words by Lillian Glanville {17/590- 6 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in Eb b) No. 2 in D}

Love's garden of roses: song; words by Ruth Rutherford {17/590- 17 : a) No. 4 in Bb}

'Maypril': song of Spring; words by Harry Dawson {17/590- 8}

Princess Elizabeth of England: song; words by Dr W. E. St Lawrence Finny {17/590-13 : No. 1 in G}

Roses of Picardy: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {17/590-15 : 3 copies : a-c) No. 2 in C}

Song of a thankful heart: song; words by Richard Corrin {17/590-16 : No. 1 in F}

The village that nobody knows: song; words by Harold Simpson {17/590-10 : No. 1 in Eb}

When the home-bells ring again: song; words by Edward Lockton {17/590-12 : No. 2 in Bb}

Whene'er you call: song; words by Harry Dawson {17/590-11 : No. 1 in C}

Woodforde-Finden, Amy (1860-1919) English

Kashmiri song {from Four Indian Love Lyrics}; words by Laurence Hope {17/592-1 : 2 copies : b) No. 1 in Bb}

O flower of all the world: song; words by Gilbert Parker {17/592-2 : No. 3 in F}

The pathway of the moon: song; words by Ernest E. Wild {17/592-3}

Woodgate, Leslie (1902-1961) English

Safe home!: song; words by Elizabeth Fleming {17/592.5}

Woodman, R. Huntington (1861-1943) American

A birthday: song; words by Christina Rossetti {Winthrop Rogers : 17/593-1 (a) (b) : 2 copies : a,b) low (Ab)}

A birthday: song; words by Christina Rossetti {Schirmer : 17/593-1 (c) (d) : 2 copies : c) low (Ab) d) high (Db)-Chappell No. 2}

I am thy harp: [song]; words by Emily Murray {17/593-2 : low (Db)}

Thy heart is like a gentle stream: song; [words by] Martha Martin {17/593-3 : low )Eb)}

Wordsworth, William (1908-1988) English

The image: vocal setting for high voice; poem by Richard Hughes {17/593.5}

Work, Henry Clay (1832-1884) American

My grandfather's clock {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/594[1]}

[Songs by Work and Westendorf] {17/594}

Wright, Lawrence (1888-1964) English

Are We Downhearted? No!; words and music by Worton David and Lawrence Wright {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/594.5}

Wrubel, Allie (1905-1973) American

Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet; lyrics by Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/595}

Youmans, Vincent (1898-1946) American

I want to be happy {from No No Nanette}; words by Irving Caesar {17/598-1}

Tea for two {from No No Nanette}; words by Irving Caesar {17/598-2}

Without a song {from Great Day}; lyric by William Rose & Edward Eliscu {17/598-3 : No. 2 in Eb}

Zeller, Carl (1842-1898) Austrian

Don't be cross (Sei nicht bös') {from Der Obersteiger}; Eng. words Peter Carroll; Ger. words Erich Meder; p.arr. F. Naylor [Zeller-Naylor] {17/600-1}

The nightingale: song; lyrics & rev. ed. Harry S. Pepper {17/600-2 : all) Bb}

Zimmermann, Charles A. (1862-1916) American

Anchors aweigh: song of the Navy; rev. words by George D. Lottman; rev. mus. D. Savino [Zimmermann-Savino] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/605-1}

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