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Wednesday 15th July 2020

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Cadman, Charles Wakefield (1881-1946) American

Four American Indian songs Op. 45 (poems by Nelle Richmond Eberhart) {09/033 low v. : White-Smith}

  1. From the land of the sky-blue water 2. The white dawn is stealing 3.Far off I hear a lover's flute 4. The moon drops low

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

The morning of the year: song cycle for 4 solo v. (SATB) {15/029 : Schirmer}

When the white plum blows: song (words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart) {17/109.5-2 No. 1 in Eb : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Cage, John (1912-1992) American

Dream {p. solo 21/067 : Peters #a) authorised photostat}

Caix d'Hervelois, Louis de (1680-1759) French

Suite 1 in A (arr. Carl Schroeder) [Caix d'Hervelois-Schröder] {cello & piano set 33/018 : Augener}

Cameron, John Gordon (20th c.) Scottish

Six preludes on hymn tunes {organ 40/073 : Novello}

  1. Rockingham 2. Tune by Orlando Gibbons 3. Windsor 4. Martyrdom 5. Capetown 6. Bristol

Camilleri, Charles (1931-2009) Maltese

Wine of peace {organ 40/074 : Roberton}

Campbell, Arthur English

Horn solos Bk 1: [19 pieces] (ed. & arr. Arthur Campbell) {horn & piano 35/025-1 : Faber}

Campion, Thomas (1567-1620) English

First Book of Ayres (c.1613): [21 songs] (ed. David Scott) {09/035(1) : Stainer & Bell}

Cannon, Philip (1929-2016) Anglo-French

Sonatine champêtre Op. 7 {p. solo 21/068}

  1. Musette 2. Le Lac Gris 3. Colombine et Arlequin

Canteloube, Joseph (1879-1957) French

Chants d'Auvergne (1. Série): [5 songs] {09/037(1) : Heugel}

  1. La pastoura als camps 2. Baïlèro 3-5. Trois bourrées

Cantor, Josef

Banks of Allan Water: part-song, arr. for 4 male v. (ATTB) (words by M. G. Lewes [sic]) {18/031 : 3 copies : Novello}

Capel, J. M. (c.1870-c.1920) English

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

Caplet, André (1878-1925) French

En regardant ces belles fleurs (rondel de Charles d'Orléans) {17/110.5[2] : Durand}

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

[Two songs] {17/110.5 : Durand}

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.) : Ricordi}

'E bersagliere: canto pattriotico (words by Pasquale Cinquegrana) {10/045-5[16] : Soc. Mus. Neapolitana}

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

Carbonelli, Giovanni Stefano (1691-1772) Italian

Preludium in D minor (adapt. & ed. Harold Craxton & Alfred Moffat) {p. solo 21/068.5 : 2 copies : Cramer}

Carew, Molly (1886-1953) Australian

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

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

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

The market: song (words by Jean Stevenson) {10/045-6[1] No. 1 in F : Chappell}

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

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

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

Carey, Henry (1687-1743) English

Flocks are sporting: unison song (arr. Mary Sanders) [Carey-Sanders] {17/113.1 : 2 copies : Curwen}

Pastoral (arr. J. Michael Diack) [Carey-Diack] {17/024-5 [2] : Paterson}

Carey, Lewis [=Lewis D Conetta] (b.1927) American

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

Carignani, Carlo (1857-1919) Italian

La Bohème: opera in 4 acts (arr. Carlo Carignani) [Puccini-Carignani] {06/038-1.1 : Ricordi #a) Dorothy Hately's copy}

The Bohemians: opera in 4 acts (arr. Carlo Carignani) [Puccini-Carignani] {06/038-1 : 4 copies-M : Ricordi}

Tosca: opera (arr. Carlo Carignani) [Puccini-Carignani] {06/038-4 : 2 copies : Ricordi}

Carissimi, Giacomo (1605-1674) Italian

Six solo cantatas, for high voice and keyboard (ed. Gloria Rose) {set 01/025 : Faber #incl. part for viola da gamba or violoncello}

Carlton, Cyril

Selection no. 1 of favorite compositions {p. solo 21/068.8(1) : Edwin Ashdown}

Carmichael, Hoagland Howard ('Hoagy') (1899-1981) American

One morning in May: ballad (words by Mitchell Parish) {17/113.5 : Campbell, Connelly}

Carne, Gerald

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

It's the same old homeland: song (words by Arthur L. Salmon) {17/113.7-1 No. 2 in Bb : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

My dearest wish: song (words by Anthony Mannering [sic]) {17/113.7-2 No. 2 in C : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Carol, Henri (1910-1984) French

Adagio en sol mineur (arr. Henri Carol) [Albinoni-Carol] {p. solo 21/006.5 : Delrieu}

Carr, Michael [=Maurice Alfred Cohen] (1905-1968) English

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

Carreau, Margaret Stifer (b.1899) American

Pastures of the soul (words by Frederick H. Martens) {17/114 : Schirmer}

Carrington, Herbert (1890-1957) English

see Ewing, Montague

see Myers, Sherman

Carroll, Ida (1906-1995) English

Advanced sight-singing melodies {19/013 : Forsyth Bros.}

Three pieces for double bass {d. bass & piano set 34/025-1 : Forsyth Bros.}

  1. Fantasia in E min 2. Toccata 3. Bolero

Carroll, Walter (1869-1955) English

In southern seas: nine miniatures for piano {21/069 : Forsyth Bros.}

Carse, Adam (1878-1958) English

Fiddle fancies: 7 short pieces (ed. Adam Carse) {26/001}

Fiddle fancies: 7 short pieces -1st position {violin & piano set 28/008 : Augener}

Irish & Welsh tunes for young pianists (arr. & ed. Adam Carse) {20/060 : Augener}

New school of violin studies Bk 2: 22 studies - 1st pos. (ed. Adam Carse) {25/020-7(2) : 2 copies : Augener}

New school of violin studies Bk 3: 25 easy studes - 1st & 3rd pos. (ed. Adam Carse) {25/020-7(3) : Augener}

Viola school Bk 3: progessive studies - half, 1st & 2nd pos. {25/004-1(3) : Augener}

Viola school Bk 4: progessive studies - 1st to 3rd pos. {25/004-1(4) : Augener}

Viola school Bk 5: progessive studies - 1st to 5th pos. {25/004-1(5) : Augener}

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] : Howard}

Caryll, Ivan [=Felix Tilkins] (1861-1921) Belgian

The Duchess of Dantzic (Sans-Gêne): romantic light opera (written by Henry Hamilton) {07/005.5-1 : Chappell #lacking all after p. 236}

The shop girl: musical farce (words by H. J. W. Dam, additional numbers by Adrian Ross & Lionel Monckton) {07/005.5-2 : Hopwood & Crew}

Casadesus, Robert Marcel (1899-1972) French

Variations Op. 47: d'après hommage à Debussy de Manuel de Falla {p. solo 21/070}

Casals, Pablo (Pau) (1876-1973) Catalan

Après un rêve: pour violoncelle (ou violon) et piano (transc. Pablo Casals [Vc] & A. Bachmann [Vn]) [Fauré-Casals/Bachmann] {set 33/029-3 : Hamelle}

Case, Thomas

Twelve songs {09/039 : Novello}

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario (1895-1968) Italian

Cantico {p. solo 21/072}

Castro, Juan José (1895-1968) Argentinian

Sonatina Española {p. solo 21/074}

Catherine, Georges (1872-1958) French

Alceste (ballet) (arr. Georges Catherine) [Gluck-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(3) : Alphonse Leduc}

Armide (Andante et Musette) (arr. Georges Catherine) [Gluck-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(5) : Alphonse Leduc}

Berceuse {from Water Music} (arr. Georges Catherine) [Handel-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(6) : Alphonse Leduc}

Castor et Pollux (Menuet) (arr. Georges Catherine) [Rameau-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(2) : Alphonse Leduc}

Musette de Taverny (arr. Georges Catherine) [Couperin-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(4) : Alphonse Leduc}

Thésée (Marche triomphale et Canaries) (arr. Georges Catherine) [Lully-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(1) : Alphonse Leduc #p. cond. only}

Cavalli, (Pier) Francesco (1602-1676) Italian

Prison Scene {from L'Ormindo}: for sop.& ten. {18/033 : Faber}

Cechvala, Al (b.1923) Czech-American

Sherwood string orchestra folio: advanced violin instrumentation (arr. Al Cechvala) {25/020-9 : Pro Art}

Cecil, Arthur [=Arthur Cecil Blunt] (1843-1896) English

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

Cellier, Alfred (1844-1891) English

Dorothy: pastoral comic opera (written by B. C. Stephenson) {07/005.7 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Center, Alexander Scottish

The Banchory carol: song (words by Rev. Grant Fleming) {17/114.8 : James Blair}

Cervetto, Giacobbe (1682-1783) Italian-English

Sonate (arr. J. Salmon) [Cervetto-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/019 : Ricordi}

Chabrier, Emmanuel (1841-1894) French

España: rapsodie pour orchestre (transc. Camille Chevillard) [Chabrier-Chevillard] {p. solo 21/075 : Enoch & Sons}

Chaikovskii, Piotr Il'itch (1840-1893) Russian

see Tchaikovsky, Pyotr

Chaminade, Cécile (1857-1944) French

Arlequine Op.53 {p. solo 21/076-8 : Ricordi}

Automne Op. 35: grande étude de concert {p. solo 21/076-5 : 2 copies : Enoch & Sons}

Berceuse: song (po?sie de Ed. Guinand; Eng. Eugene Oudin) {17/116-2 a) No. 2 in Eb : Enoch & Sons}

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

La lisonjera (The flirt) Op.50 {p. solo 21/076-7 : Ricordi}

Love's garden (Si j'étais jardinier): song (words by Eugene Oudin) {10/045-9[6] a) No. 2 in Ab : Enoch & Sons}

Near my beloved (Auprès de ma mie): song (Eng. version by Eugene Oudin) {10/045-9[12] a) No. 2 in A : Enoch & Sons}

Pas des amphores Op. 37 [No. 2]: 2e air de ballet {p. solo 21/076-1(2) : Enoch & Sons}

Pas des écharpes Op. 37 [No. 3]: 3e air de ballet {p. solo 21/076-1(3) : Enoch & Sons}

Pierrette Op.41: air de ballet {p. solo 21/076-6 : 2 copies : Enoch & Sons}

Le retour Op. 134 {p. solo 21/076-2}

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

Les sylvains Op. 60 {p. solo 21/076-4 : Enoch & Sons}

Valse-caprice Op. 33 {p. solo 21/076-3 : 2 copies : Enoch & Sons}

Zingara {from Deux Morceaux} Op. 27 No. 2 {p. solo 21/076-9(2) : Julius Hainauer}

Chandler, Mary (1911-1996) English

Suite from Orpheus Britannicus: arr. for oboe and piano (arr. Mary Chandler) [Purcell-Chandler] {set 36/080.5 : Chester}

Chaplin, Charles Spencer ('Charlie') (1889-1977) English

This is my song (words and music by Charles Chaplin) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/116.5-1 : Leeds Music}

Chaplin, Saul (1912-1997) American

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

Charles, Hugh (1907-1995) English

In Phaeacia: song for high v. (words by James Elroy Flecker) [Parker / Charles] {17/441.85 : Alfred Lengnick}

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

Charles, Wolseley (1889-1962) English

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

Charpentier, Gustave (1860-1956) French

Louise: song (Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo) {sop. 10/045-8.2[7] a) E (sop.) : Heugel}

Charpentier, Marc-Antoine (1634-1704) French

Julenatmesse / Messe de minuit {SATB choir 02/032}

Charrosin, Frederick George (1910-1976) English

Rossini memories (pot-pourri) {p. trio vn & vc set 24/006 : Bosworth}

Chassaigne, Francis(que) (1847-1922) French

Falka: comic opera {06/014}

Chavasse, Geoffrey

The Island of Skye (words by Annette Gibbs) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/117.5 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Chenoweth, Wilbur (1899-1980) American

Hear our prayer: sacred song (words by Alice S. Grainger) {17/117.8 No. 2 in E : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Cherry, Andrew (1762-1812) Irish

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

Cherubini, Luigi (1760-1842) Italian

Ave Maria: sop. solo {17/119 : Novello}

Chesham, Edward M.

The longshoreman: song (words by Philip Dayson) {17/119.3 : Cramer}

Chevillard, Camille (1859-1923) French

España: rapsodie pour orchestre (transc. Camille Chevillard) [Chabrier-Chevillard] {p. solo 21/075 : Enoch & Sons}

Chisholm, James Marquis (1837-1877)

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

Chopin, Frédéric (1810-1849) Polish

Allegro de concert, Barcarolle, Berceuse, Boléro (ed. Charles Klindworth) {p. solo 21/080-1 a : Bote & Bock}

Ausgewählte Claviercompositionen (ed. Mertke) {21/078-3.2}

Ballade in A flat Op. 47 {p. solo 21/080-2.2 : Weekes}

Balladen und Impromptus (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/080-2 : 2 copies a,f : Peters}

Ballades [Nos. 1-4 Op. 23, 38, 47, 52] (ed. York Bowen) {p. solo 21/080-2.4 : British & Continental}

Ballades [Nos. 1-4 Op. 23, 38, 47, 52] (ed. Rafael Joseffy) {p. solo 21/080-2.0 : Schirmer}

Ballades Op. 23, 38, 47, 52 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-2 : 4 copies b,c,d,e : Augener}

Ballades [Nos. 1-4 Op. 23, 38, 47, 52] (ed. Carl Mikuli) {p. solo 21/080-2.3 : Schirmer}

Barcarole Op. 60 in F# (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-3 : 2 copies : Augener}

Berceuse Op. 57 {p. solo 21/080-3.2 : Peters}

Berceuse, Barcarolle, etc. (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-1 : 2 copies b,c : Augener}

  Incl. Allegro de concert Op. 46, Barcarolle Op. 60, Berceuse Op. 57, Boléro Op. 19, Tarantelle Op. 43 and other works

Chant polonaise No. 5 (transc. F. Liszt) [Chopin-Liszt] {p. solo 21/219-2}

Chants polonais Op. 74 (transc. F. Liszt) [Chopin-Liszt] {p. solo 21/082-2 : 3 copies : Augener}

Chopin-album: most popular works {p. solo 21/078-3.1}

Chopin album (Everybody's Favorite Series): [35 pieces] (ed. Samuel Spivak) {p. solo 21/078-3.0 : Amsco}

The damask rose: musical play (music based on themes of Chopin) {07/005.8 : Keith, Prowse}

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

Deux valses Op. 69 no. 1 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-8.2(9) : Augener}

Deuxième scherzo Op. 31 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-5.3 : 2 copies : Augener}

Etüden [Op. 10, 25, Drei Etüden KK IIb Nr 3.]: [27 studies] (ed. Ewald Zimmermann) {p. solo 21/080-5 b : Henle}

Etüden: [27 studies] (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/080-5 a : Peters}

Etudes: [27 studies] (ed. Edouard Ganche) {p. solo 21/080-5.1 : OUP}

Etudes for the piano: [27 studies] (rev. & fing. Arthur Friedheim) {p. solo 21/080-5.5 : Schirmer}

Fantaisie Op. 49 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-7.3 : Augener}

Fantasie-Impromptu No. 4 Op. 66 {p. solo 21/080-6 : 2 copies}

Favourite piano pieces Bk 2 {21/078-4}

Forty-three mazurkas (ed. E. Pauer) {p. solo 21/080-8.0 : Augener}

Forty-three mazurkas {p. solo 21/080-8 : Edwin Ashdown}

Grande sonate Op. 4 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-6 : Augener}

Impromptu in A flat Op. 29 {p. solo 21/080-7 : Williams}

Impromptu Op. 29 in A flat (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-7.1 : Augener}

Impromptus and Fantasias Op. 29, 36, 49, 51, 66: 3 impromptus, 2 fantasias (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-7 d : Augener}

Impromptus 1-3, 4a, 4b (ed. Ewald Zimmermann) {p. solo 21/080-7 a : Henle}

Impromptus [1-3 & 4b, Op. 29, 36, 51 & 66 (post.)] (ed. Charles Klindworth) {p. solo 21/080-7 : 2 copies b,c : Bote & Bock}

Konzert No. 1 E minor Op. 11 [abridged] (arr. Noel Fisher) [Chopin-Fisher] {p. solo 21/078-1 : 2 copies : Peters}

Marche funèbre {p. solo 21/080-9.2 : Methven, Simpson}

Mazurkas (ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton) {p. solo 21/080-8.3 : ABRSM}

Mazurkas (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-8.2 : Augener}

Mazurkas (ed. Rafael Joseffy) {p. solo 21/080-8.4 : Schirmer}

Mazurkas {p. solo 21/080-8.1 : Fr. Kistner}

Mazurkas (ed. Ignacy J. Paderewski) {p. solo 21/080-8.5 : Polish Music Publications}

Minor works (ed. Paderewski) {p. solo 21/080-9}

Nocturne in C# minor Op. posthume {p. solo 21/082-1.9}

Nocturne in E flat Op. 9 No. 2 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-1.7( 2) : 2 copies : Augener}

Nocturne in E minor Op. 72 No. 1 (ed. Kendall Taylor) {p. solo 21/082-1.5(19) : ABRSM}

Nocturne in F minor Op. 55 No. 1 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-1.7(15) : Augener}

Nocturnes (ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton) {p. solo 21/082-1.5 : 2 copies : ABRSM}

Nocturnes (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-1.3 : 4 copies : Augener}

Nocturnes (rev. & fing. E. Biehl) {p. solo 21/082-1.1 : 2 copies a,b : Bosworth}

Nocturnes (rev. & fing. Vernon Warner) {p. solo 21/082-1.1 c : Bosworth}

Nocturnes (ed. Charles Klindworth) {p. solo 21/082-1.2 : 2 copies : Bote & Bock}

Nocturnes (ed. Louis Köhler) {p. solo 21/082-1.8 : Henry Litolff}

Nocturnes (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/082-1.0 : Novello}

Nocturnes (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-1.4 : 2 copies : Peters}

Nocturnes (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 20/008[1] : Peters}

Nocturnes 1-8 {violin & piano set 28/009 : Peters}

Notturnos (ed. Carl Reinecke) {p. solo 21/082-1.6 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Piano album {21/078-3}

Piano sonata in B [minor] Op. 58 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-6.3 b : Augener}

Polonaise (A major) Op. 40 No. 1 {p. solo 21/082-2.7(40.1) : Paxton}

Polonaise in A Op. 40 No. 1 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-2.2(40.1) : 2 copies : Augener}

Polonaise in A Op. 40 No. 1 (transcr. Harry J. Stafford) {p. solo 21/082-2.8(40.1) : Campbell, Connelly}

Polonaise in A flat Op. 53 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-2.5(53) : Augener}

Polonaisen (ed. Ignaz Friedman) {p. solo 21/082-2.5 : Breitkopf}

Polonaisen (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-2.6 : 2 copies : Peters}

Polonaises (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-2.2 : 2 copies : Augener}

Polonaises (ed. E. Biehl) {p. solo 21/082-2.3 : Bosworth}

Polonaises (ed. Charles Klindworth) {p. solo 21/082-2.1 : 2 copies : Bote & Bock}

Polonaises (ed. Hans Semper) {p. solo 21/082-2.4 : Wood}

Preludes (ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton) {p. solo 21/082-3.4 : ABRSM}

Préludes (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-3.3 : 2 copies : Augener}

  1. Vingt-quatre préludes Op. 28 2. Prélude Op. 45

Preludes {p. solo 21/082-3.2 : Bosworth}

Préludes (ed. Anton Door) {p. solo 21/082-3.6 : Cranz}

Preludes {p. solo 21/082-3.1 : Alfred Lengnick}

Preludes Op. 28 etc. (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/082-3.5 : Novello}

Preludes Op. 28, Nos 6/7 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-3.3(6-7) : Augener}

Preludes Op. 28, Nos 8/9 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-3.3(8-9) : 2 copies : Augener}

Première ballade Op. 23 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-2.1 : Augener}

Quinze valses (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-8.2 : 3 copies : Augener}

Quinzième nocturne {from Deux Nocturnes Op. 55} {p. solo 21/082-1.3(15) : Augener}

Rondeaux (ed. Edouard Ganche) {p. solo 21/082-4.1 : OUP}

Rondos & scherzos (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-4 : 2 copies : Augener}

Scherzi and fantasy (ed. Rafael Joseffy) {p. solo 21/082-5.2 : 2 copies : Schirmer}

Scherzo no. 2 Op. 31 {p. solo 21/052-0[7] : Alfred Lengnick}

Scherzos (ed. Charles Klindworth) {p. solo 21/082-5.1 : Bote & Bock}

Scherzos und Fmoll-Fantasie (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-5.4 : Peters}

Sonata [3] B-minor Op. 58 (ed. Leonid Kreutzer) {p. solo 21/082-6.3 a : Dix}

Sonate Op. 35 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-6(2) : Augener}

Sonate Op. 65; Polonaise brillante Op. 3 (ed. M. Balakirew) {cello & piano set 33/019.5 : Peters}

Sonate 1 Op. 4 (ed. X. Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/082-6.1 : Schott}

Studies: [27 studies] (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/080-5.3 : 2 copies : Novello}

Studies: [27 studies] (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-5.2 : 2 copies : Augener}

Studies Op. 10 No. 3 in E {p. solo 21/080-5(10.3) : Stainer & Bell}

Studies Op. 25 No. 9 in G flat (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-5(25. 9) : Augener}

Study in C minor Op. 10 No. 12 (The Revolutionary) (ed. Betty Reeves) {p. solo 21/080-5.4 b : Walsh, Holmes}

Study in C minor Op. 10 No. 12 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-5.4 a : Augener}

Thirty-eight compositions {p. solo 21/078-3.3 : Edwin Ashdown}

Thirty-eight compositions {p. solo 21/078 : Edwin Ashdown}

Trois ecossaises Op. 72 No. 3 (ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/080-4 : 2 copies : Augener}

Trois grandes valses brillantes Op. 34 No. 1 in Ab {p. solo 21/082-8.5(1) : Ashdown & Parry}

Trois grandes valses brillantes Op. 34 No. 3 in F {p. solo 21/082-8.5(3) : Ashdown & Parry}

Valse Op. 34 No. 2 [in C] (ed. & fing. Jessie Furze) {p. solo 21/082-8.5(2) : Freeman}

Valse in D flat Op. 64 No. 1 (arr. F. Corder) [Chopin-Corder] {p. duo 22/008.5[2] : 2 copies : Bosworth}

Waltzes (ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton) {p. solo 21/082-8 : 2 copies : ABRSM}

Waltzes (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/082-8.1 : 2 copies : Novello #b) lacks all after p. 60}

Waltzes (rev. & fing. E. Biehl) {p. solo 21/082-8.7 : Bosworth}

Waltzes (15) (ed. Hans Semper) {p. solo 21/082-8.6 : Wood}

Walzer (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-8.4[2] : Peters}

Walzer (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-8.3 : 2 copies : Peters}

Church, John (1675-1741) English

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

Churchill, Frank (1901-1942) American

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

Cimarosa, Domenico (1749-1801) Italian

Concerto for oboe and strings (p. red.) (arr. Arthur Benjamin) [Cimarosa-Benjamin] {oboe & piano set 36/011 : Boosey & Hawkes}

The music master (Il maestro di cappella): burlesque intermezzo for bass-baritone [Cimarosa-Zanon] {14/028 : Symphonia}

Claremont, François (19th c.)

Valse joyeuse {p. solo 16/050-1 [2] : Brewer}

Claribel [=Charlotte Allington Barnard] (1830-1869) English

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

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

Clark, (Rev.) Frederick Scotson (1840-1883) English

Fifteen marches {organ 40/077(1) : Augener}

Clarke, Cuthbert (1869-1953) English

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

Clarke, Robert Coningsby (1879-1934) English

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

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

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

Songs of the Malvern Hills: [7 songs] (words by Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall) {09/040 low v. : Chappell}

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

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 : Chappell}

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

The sands o' Dee (poetry by Charles Kingsley) {10/076[3] a) No. 1 in C : Weekes}

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

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

Clementi, Muzio (1752-1832) Italian

Gradus ad Parnassum Bk 1 (1-11) (rev. & fing. Carl Tausig) {p. solo 23/014(1) : Augener}

Gradus ad Parnassum Bk 1 (Nos. 1-27) ([ed.] G. Buonamici) {p. solo 23/014-2(1) : Augener}

Gradus ad Parnassum Bk 2 (12-20) (rev. & fing. Carl Tausig) {p. solo 23/014(2) : Augener}

Sei sonatine Op. 37, 38 {p. solo 21/086-2}

Six sonatinas Op. 36 (ed. Allan W. Bunney) {p. solo 21/086- 1 e : Freeman}

Six sonatinas Op. 36 (rev. A. Laubach) {p. solo 21/086- 1 : 2 copies b,c--English fingering : Augener}

Six sonatinas Op. 36 (rev. A. Laubach) {p. solo 21/086- 1 a : Stainer & Bell}

Six sonatinas Op. 36 (ed. & fing. Graham P. Moore) {p. solo 21/086- 1 d : Gould}

Sonata in B flat Op. 47 No. 2 {p. solo 21/086-4}

Sonata in F# minor Op. 25 No. 3 {p. solo 21/086-3}

Toccata {p. solo 21/086-5}

Clifton, Harry (1824-1872) English

Very suspicious: comic duet (arr. M. Hobson) {male & fem. v. 18/035 : Joseph Williams}

Clutsam, George Howard (1866-1951) Australian

Blossom time: musical play (lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell) [Schubert-Clutsam] {07/031 : 2 copies : Keith, Prowse #b) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Blossom time: musical play in 2 acts [with music arr. & derived from Franz Schubert] (lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell) {libr. 03/031 : Samuel French #marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

The damask rose: musical play (music based on themes of Chopin) {07/005.8 : Keith, Prowse}

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

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

Lilac time: operetta (Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Schubert-Clutsam] {07/031.1 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Lilac time 1st selection (arr. from music by Franz Schubert) [Schubert-Clutsam] {p. solo 21/086.9(1) : Chappell}

Lilac time 2nd selection (arr. from music by Franz Schubert) [Schubert-Clutsam] {p. solo 21/086.9(2) : Chappell}

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

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

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

Symphonie pathétique Op. 74 (transc. G. H. Clutsam) [Tchaikovsky-Clutsam] {p. solo 21/368-9 : Augener}

Coates, Eric (1886-1957) English

Album of ten popular songs {p. solo 20/387 : Chappell}

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) : Chappell}

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 : Chappell}

Calling all workers: march {p. solo 21/087}

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

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

Four old English songs (poems by Shakespeare) {09/041 : 2 copies low v. b) med. v. : Boosey}

  1. Orpheus with his lute 2. Under the greenwood tree 3. Who is Sylvia? 4. It was a lover

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

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

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

London suite {p. solo 21/087-1 : Chappell}

  1. Covent Garden 2. Westminster 3. Knightsbridge

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

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

Sleepy lagoon: song (words by Jack Lawrence) {17/127-12 : Chappell}

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

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

Stone-cracker John: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {10/045-7[2] a) No. 1 in D : Boosey}

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

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

Cobb, George L. (1886-1942) American

Russian rag: interpolating the 'Prelude' by Rachmaninoff {p. solo 21/087.5 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Cobb, Gerard Francis (1838-1904) English

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

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

Cockram, Edward Purcell (1853-1932) English

see Purcell, Edward Cockram

Cockshott, Gerald Wilfred (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 : OUP}

Two Old French carols (arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott) {17/130-1 : OUP}

  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 : Novello}

Cohen, Harriet (1895-1967) English

Be contented, O my soul (arr. Harriet Cohen) [Bach-Cohen] {p. duo set 22/003-13 : OUP}

Beloved Jesu, we are here (arr. Harriet Cohen) [Bach-Cohen] {p. duo set 22/003-12 : OUP}

Coleman, Cy [=Seymour Kaufman] (1929-2004) American

Vocal selections from 'Barnum' (lyrics by Michael Stewart) {09/043}

Coleman, Henry (1888-1965) English

Suite for oboe and pianoforte (arr. Henry Coleman) [Stanley-Coleman] {set 36/090 : OUP}

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel (1875-1912) English

Big lady moon (words by Kathleen Easmon) {17/133-3 a) Eb : Boosey}

Bon-Bon suite: for bar. solo, chor. & orch. (words by Thomas Moore) {01/026-3 : Novello}

The death of Minnehaha Op. 30 No. 2: cantata for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (words by H.W. Longfellow) {01/026-2(2) : 2 copies : Walsh, Holmes}

Eleanore: song (poem by Eric Mackay) {10/087[ 5] a) No. 3 in A : Novello}

Four characteristic waltzes Op. 22 {p. solo 21/088-3 : Novello}

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (words by Longfellow) {01/026-2(3) : 2 copies b,c : Walsh, Holmes}

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (words by Longfellow) {01/026-2(3) a : Novello}

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. (words by Longfellow) {01/026-2(1) : 2 copies c,d : Novello}

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. (words by H.W. Longfellow) {01/026-2(1) : 2 copies a,b : Walsh, Holmes}

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. (words by H.W. Longfellow) {sol-fa only 44/011-1 : Novello}

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

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

Melodies for piano: [8 pieces] (sel. & ed. Alex Roloff) {21/088-2 : Augener}

Onaway! Awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha's Wedding Feast}: song (verse by Longfellow) {17/133-6 a) [No. 2] in G flat : Novello}

Onaway, awake, beloved {from Hiawatha}: song (written by Longfellow) {10/087[ 4] a) [No. 1] in D flat : Novello}

Petite suite de concert {p. solo 21/088 : 2 copies : Hawkes}

  1. La caprice de Nanette 2, Demande et réponse 3. Un sonnet d'amour 4. La tarantelle frétillante

Scenes from the Song of Hiawatha Op. 30: for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (words by H.W. Longfellow) {01/026-2 : 2 copies : Novello}

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

A tale of old Japan: cantata for (SCTBar) soli, chor. & orch. (poem by Alfred Noyes) {01/026-4 : Novello}

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

Collinson, Francis (1898-1984) English

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

Collisson, W. Houston 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 : Keith, Prowse}

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

Colville, Alan English

A blackbird in the dawn: song (words by Bryan Courage) {17/135.5-2 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Welcome my Dear (words by Edith Temple) {17/135.5 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Concone, Joseph (Giuseppe) (1810-1861) Italian

Forty lessons for contralto Bk 1 (ed. Alberto Randegger) {19/016-2 : Novello}

Twenty-five lessons of moderate difficulty Op. 10 {19/016 : Edwin Ashdown}

Confrey, Edward Elzear ('Zez') (1895-1971) American

Kitten on the Keys: novelty p. solo {21/089 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Connor, Thomas Patrick ('Tommie') (1904-1993) English

Down in the glen (words and music by Harry Gordon & Tommie Connor) [Connor / Gordon] {17/136-1 : Lawrence Wright}

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

Coombs, Charles 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. : Schirmer}

Cooper, Margaret

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

Cooper, Peter (1918-2004) New Zealander

Tango-Caprice {p. solo 21/090}

Cooper, W. Smyth

The magic key: Spanish fairy opera {07/006 : 2 copies : Curwen}

A Royal Jester, or A Kingdom for a Laugh: operetta {07/006.1 : Curwen}

Coote, Robert (1834-1888) English

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

Copland, Aaron (1900-1990) American

The promise of living {from The Tender Land}: quintet (SATBB) arr. for mixed chor. w. p. duet accomp. (words by Horace Everett) {18/036 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Quiet city: on themes of Arcangelo Corelli (arr. J. Brodbin Kennedy) [Corelli-Rothwell] {oboe & piano set 36/011.8 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Copley, Ian Alfred (1926-1988) English

Twelfth night (words by Hilaire Belloc) {17/137.8 a) low v. (B min) AND high v. (E min) : Roberton}

Corbett, Felix (1861-1940) English

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

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

Doing our bit at home (words by Alf Mattison) {17/138 : Bainbridge}

A little English suite {p. solo 21/091}

Corder, Frederick (1852-1932) English

Andante and rondo capriccioso Op. 14 (annot. & fing. F. Corder) [Mendelssohn-Corder] {p. solo 21/236-1 i : Murdoch, Murdoch}

Spinning song ('Bees' wedding') (arr. F. Corder) [Mendelssohn-Corder] {p. duo 22/008.5[1] : 2 copies : Bosworth}

Two transcriptions for two pianos {22/008.5 : 2 copies : Bosworth}

  1. The Bees' Wedding (Mendelssohn) 2. Waltz in D flat (Chopin)

Valse in D flat Op. 64 No. 1 (arr. F. Corder) [Chopin-Corder] {p. duo 22/008.5[2] : 2 copies : Bosworth}

Corelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713) Italian

Concertino für 2 B-Trompeten u. Streicher (bearb. Eberhard Werdin) [Corelli-Werdin] {orch. sc. 42/014 : Schott #no sep. parts}

Concerto for oboe and strings on themes of Arcangelo Corelli: p. red. [Corelli-Barbirolli] {oboe & piano set 36/001.5-2 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Concerto for oboe and strings (p. red.): on themes of Arcangelo Corelli [Corelli-Barbirolli] {oboe & piano set 36/012 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Morceaux célèbres transcrits pour piano (transc. François Behr) [Corelli-Behr] {21/091.5 : Litolff (Enoch)}

Präludium E moll (arr. J. Salmon) [Cervetto-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/020 : Breitkopf}

Six sonatas Op. 5 {violin & piano set 28/010 : Novello}

Sonatas Op. 5 nos 7, 10, 12 {violin & piano set 28/010-2 : Galliard/Galaxy #a) violin part only}

Twelve sonatas Op. 5 pt 1 (nos. 1-6) (ed. Gustav Jensen) {violin & piano set 28/010-1(1) : Augener}

Cornelius, Peter (1824-1874) German

Six Christmas songs Op. 8 (words by Peter Cornelius) {09/047 : 3 copies-M low v. : Boston}

  1. The Christmas tree 2. The shepherds 3. The kings 4. Simeon 5. Christ, the friend of children 6. The Christ child

Weihnachtslieder (Christmas songs) Op. 8: song cycle [6 songs] (Eng. trans. Constance Bache) {09/047.1 a) sop. }

Cossmann, Bernhard (1822-1910) German

Violoncello-Studien {33/A08 : Schott}

Costa, Michael Andrew Agnellus (Sir) (1808-1884) Anglo-Italian

Eli: oratorio (words by William Bartholomew) {08/014 : 2 copies : Lamborn Cock}

March of Israelites {from Oratorio 'Eli'} {p. solo 21/092 : 2 copies}

Costa, Pasquale Mario (1858-1933)

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

Coupe, Clive (1903-1988) English

see Erard, Clive (pseud.)

Couperin, François (1668-1733) French

Musette de Taverny (arr. Georges Catherine) [Couperin-Catherine] {violin & piano set 28/065-2(4) : Alphonse Leduc}

Pièces en concert (rec. &c Paul Bazelaire) [Couperin-Bazelaire] {cello & piano set 33/021 : Alphonse Leduc}

  1. Prélude 2. Siciliène 3. La Tromba 4. Plainte 5. Air de diable

Les roseaux (The reeds) (arr. for oboe & piano Julia Randall) {oboe & piano set 36/013 : OUP #a) oboe part only}

Couperin, Louis (c.1626-1661) French

Chanson Louis XIII et Pavane (arr. Fritz Kreisler) [Couperin-Kreisler] {violin & piano set 28/031-4 : Schott}

La précieuse (arr. Fritz Kreisler) [Couperin-Kreisler] {violin & piano set 28/031-5 : Schott}

Tombeau de Monsieur de Blancrocher {p. solo 21/094}

Cowan, Marie (d.1919) Australian

Waltzing Matilda (words by A. B. Paterson) {17/138.2 : Chappell}

Coward, Leslie English

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

Coward, Noël (Sir) (1899-1973) English

Album of eight songs (words & music by Noël Coward) {09/049-1 : Chappell}

Bitter sweet: operette {07/007 : 3 copies : Chappell}

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

Bitter sweet selection {p. solo 21/095}

Crest of the wave: piano selection {21/095-2}

His words and music: collection of 32 Coward classics (words by Noël Coward) {09/049(1) : Chappell}

His words and music, vol. 2: a Noel Coward gala [35 songs] (words by Noël Coward) {09/049(2) : Chappell}

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: song (words and music by Noel Coward) {17/139-1 : 2 copies : Chappell}

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: voc. duet (words by Noël Coward) {18/037 : Chappell}

London pride (words and music by Noel Coward) {17/139-5 : Chappell}

Mad dogs and Englishmen {from Words and Music}: song (words and music by Noel Coward) {17/139-3 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Poor little rich girl {from On With the Dance}: voc. fox-trot (words and music by Noel Coward) {17/139-2 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Songs to amuse: [15 songs] (words by Noël Coward) {09/049-2 : Chappell}

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

Zigeuner {from Bitter Sweet} (words and music by Noel Coward) {17/139-6 : Chappell}

Cowen, Frederic Hymen (1852-1935) English

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

A birthday (My heart is like a singing bird) (words by Christina Rossetti) {10/045-6[20] [No. 2] in C : Joseph Williams}

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

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

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

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

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

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

Four English dances in the olden style {p. solo 21/095.5 : Novello}

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

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

Onaway, awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha}: voc. duet for ten. & bar. (or bass) (words by Longfellow) {18/039 : Metzler}

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

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

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

St John's Eve: old English idyll for soli, chor. & orch. (poem by Joseph Bennett) {01/027 : 2 copies : Novello, Ewer}

Snow-flakes: song (Anon.) {17/140-4 [No. 2] in E : Joseph Williams}

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

Cowie, J. W.

Via Crucis (the Way of the Cross): sacred cantata [for SATB soli & chor.] {01/028}

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 : Sun}

Cramer, Johann Baptist (1771-1858) German

Fifty selected piano-studies (arr. &c Hans von Bülow) [Cramer-Bülow] {p. solo 23/015(B) b : Schirmer}

Piano studies (1-50) ([arr. & ed. Hans von Bülow]) [Cramer-Bülow] {p. solo 23/015(B) a : Augener}

Piano studies Bk 1, 1-25 (of 50) ([arr. & ed. Hans von Bülow]) [Cramer-Bülow] {p. solo 23/015(B1) : 2 copies : Augener}

Piano studies Bk 2, 26-50 (of 50) ([arr. & ed. Hans von Bülow]) [Cramer-Bülow] {p. solo 23/015(B2) : 2 copies : Augener}

Studies (Etüden für Clavier) Bk 1, 1-21 (of 84) ([arr. Hugo Reinhold]) [Cramer-Reinhold] {p. solo 23/015(R1) : Augener}

Studies (Etüden für Clavier) Bk 3, 43-63 (of 84) ([arr. Hugo Reinhold]) [Cramer-Reinhold] {p. solo 23/015(R3) : Augener}

Crampton, Ernest

My cigarette (words and music by Ernest Crampton) {16/040 [7/19] : Newnes}

Craven, Louise

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

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

Crawford, Robert (1925-2011) Scottish

Waly, waly {17/142.4 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Craxton, Harold (1885-1971) English

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

Creser, William (1844-1933) English

Introduction to 3rd Act of Lohengrin: grand march (arr. William Creser) [Wagner-Creser] {organ 40/260-2 : Novello}

Cripps, Henry

see Krips, Henry

Croke, Leo T. (1888-1964) American

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

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

Crossley-Holland, Peter (1916-2001) English

The weather the cuckoo likes: for high v. & piano (words by Thomas Hardy) {17/142.9(1) : 2 copies a) [No. 1] in G : Alfred Lengnick}

Crouch, Frederick Nicholls (1808-1896) English-American

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

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

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

Cui, César (1835-1918) Russian

Orientale {violin & piano set 28/012 : Richard Schauer}

Orientale Op. 50 no. 9 {cello & piano set 33/021.3 : Simrock}

Cummings, William Hayman (1831-1915) English

O ravishing delight: recit. & air (arr. William H. Cummings) [Arne-Cummings] {17/016-10 : 2 copies : Novello}

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 : Feldman}

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

Curschmann, Karl Friedrich (1805-1841) German

Twenty-five favourite songs {09/051 : Augener}

Curtis, Ernesto de (1875-1937) Italian

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

Curzon, Frederic (1899-1973) English

Scherzo Concerto {from Concerto symphonique No. 4} (arr. Frederic Curzon) [Litolff-Curzo] {p. solo 21/224-2 (b) : Boosey & Hawkes}

Scherzo concerto {from Concerto symphonique No. 4} (arr. Frederic Curzon) [Litolff-Curzon] {p. solo 21/224 : 4 copies : Boosey & Hawkes}

Czerny, Carl (1791-1857) Austrian

The art of finger dexterity Op. 740 (rev. &c Thomas F. Dunhill) [Czerny-Dunhill] {p. solo 23/017-5 : 2 copies : Augener}

Ecole de la vélocité Op. 299: [all 40 exercises] (rev. ed. Gabriel Pierné) [Czerny-Pierné] {p. solo 23/017-2 c : Heugel}

Etude de la vélocité Op. 299: [first] thirty exercises (ed. Wilhelm Ganz) [Czerny-Ganz] {p. solo 23/017-2 b : Edwin Ashdown}

Forty-eight preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 1 (ed. Carl Czerny) [Bach-Czerny] {21/015-9.2(1) : Peters}

Forty-eight preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 1 (ed. Carl Czerny) [Bach-Czerny] {21/015-9.3(1) : Augener}

Forty-eight preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 2 (ed. Carl Czerny) [Bach-Czerny] {21/015-9.3(2) : Augener}

Hundert Elementar-Etuden, Bd 1 (1-58) (von C. Czerny, H. Lemoine und H. Germer) [Czerny-Germer-Lemoine] {p. solo 21/150.5 : Bosworth}

Hundert fuenfundzwanzig Passagenübungen Op. 261 (neu rev. Adolf Ruthardt) {p. solo 21/098-7 : Peters}

Hundert Elementar-Etuden, Bd 1 (1-58) (rev. F. A. Roitzsch) [Czerny-Roitzsch] {p. solo 23/017-4 : Peters}

One hundred and one exercises Op. 261 (complete) {p. solo 23/017-7 : 2 copies : Augener}

One hundred progressive studies Op. 139, 'Vol. 1': without octaves (rev. & fing. Max Vogrich) [Czerny-Vogrich] {p. solo 23/017-3 b : Schirmer}

One hundred short progressive studies Op. 139, Bk 1 {p. solo 23/017-3(1) : Augener}

Preparatory school of velocity Op. 636: [24 exercises only] (new ed. rev. George Langley) [Czerny-Langley] {p. solo 23/017-1 : Augener}

Preparatory school of velocity Op. 636: [24 exercises] (new ed. rev. George Langley) {p. solo 21/098-3 : Augener}

The school of velocity Op. 299: [all 40 exercises] (rev. &c Max Vogrich) [Czerny-Vogrich] {p. solo 23/017-2 a : Schirmer}

Six fantaisies brillantes Op. 648 {p. solo Special : Robert Cocks}

Toccata in C Op. 92 (sel., annot. &c G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn) {p. solo 23/017-8 : Beal, Stuttard}

Trente études de mécanisme Op. 849 (rev. Adolf Ruthardt) [Czerny-Ruthardt] {p. solo 23/017-6 : Peters}

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2 (ed. Carl Czerny) [Bach-Czerny] {21/015-9.2(2) : Peters}

Czibulka, Alphonse (1842-1894) Hungarian

Songe d'amour après le bal: intermezzo {p. solo 21/099}

Stephanie: gavotte {p. solo 21/099-2 : Bayley & Ferguson}

441 works by 133 composers, with 6 arrangers or second composers, alternative titles and 6 cross-references

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