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Tuesday 29th September 2020

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Gabriel, Virginia (Mary Anne Virginia) (1825-1877) English

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

Gabriel-Marie, Jean (1852-1928) French

La Cinquantaine {cello & piano set 33/030 : Costallat}

Gabrieli, Giovanni (1551-1612) Italian

Canzon a 4 {brass quart. 35/007 #inc. alt. bass & treble parts for trombone}

In ecclesiis: motet for soloists (SATBar), chorus (ATBarB), instr. & organ continuo (ed. Denis Stevens) {05/005.5 : Novello}

Jubilate Deo (O be Joyful in the Lord): sacred symphony for 8-part chor. of mixed v. w. brass choir, organ or piano (ed. G. Wallace Woodworth) {8-v. choir 02/044 : Chappell}

Sonata pian' e forte: air for 8-part wind &/or brass ensemble (arr. Robin Miller) [Gabrieli-Miller] {orch. sel. 42/017.5 : Oxford}

Gade, Niels W. (1817-1890) Danish

The Crusaders Op. 50: cantata [for SATB soli & chor.] {01/040-1}

The Erl-King's daughter Op. 30: ballad for solo v., chor. & orch. (founded on Danish legends) {01/040-4 : Novello}

Fantasias (Fantasistykker) for piano and clarinet (or violin) Op. 43 {set 36/028 : Wilhelm Hansen #incl. violin part}

Psyche Op. 60: dram. poem for soli, chor. & orch. (Eng. version Rev. J. Troutbeck) {01/040-2 : 2 copies : Novello, Ewer}

Ringeltanz {p. solo 21/147}

Sonate in e-moll Op. 28 {p. solo 21/147-2 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Spring's message Op. 35: cantata {01/040-3}

Galliard, Johann Ernst (1687-1749) German

Sonata in e minor: [arr. for cello & piano] (arr. A. Moffat) [Galliard-Moffat] {set 33/030.5 : Schott}

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 : Magna}

Gange, Kenneth (1939- Welsh

The jaunty horn: [7 pieces] {horn & piano set 35/030-1 Horn in F : Piper}

Ganz, Adolphe (1796-1870) German

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

Ganz, Wilhelm (1833-1914) German

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

Qui vive: grand galop de concert pour piano {p. duet 22/016 : 2 copies : Edwin Ashdown}

Garban, Lucien (1877-1959) French

see Branga, Roger (pseud.)

Gardiner, Henry Balfour (1877-1950) English

News from Whydah: ballad (words by John Masefield) {choir 01/042}

Noel {p. solo 21/148}

Gardner, John (1917-2011) English

Fight the good fight with all thy might: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (words by J. S. B. Monsell (1811-1875)) {02/046(5) : OUP}

Nearer, my God, to Thee: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (words by Sarah Adams) {02/046(3) : OUP}

Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (words by J. Ellerton (1826-1893)) {02/046(2) : OUP}

Gariboldi, Giuseppe (1833-1905) Italian

Thirty easy and progressive studies Bk 1 Nos. 1-15 {flute 36/029-1(1) : Galliard/Galaxy}

Garner, Erroll Louis (1921-1977) American

Misty (lyric by Johnny Burke) {17/208-1 : Chappell}

Garth, John (1721-1810) English

Concerto no. 2 in B flat major: piano reduction (ed. Gerald Finzi) [Garth-Finzi] {cello & piano set 33/031 : Hinrichsen}

Concerto no. 2 in B flat for violoncello solo, string orchestra and continuo (ad lib.) (ed. Gerald Finzi) [Garth-Finzi] {cello full sc. 42/017.8 : Hinrichsen}

Gartlan, George Hugh (1882-1963) American

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 : Chappell}

Gärtner, Eduard (1862-1918) Austrian

Viennese dance no. 2 (arr. Ignaz Friedman) [Gärtner-Friedman] {p. solo 21/148.5(2) : Hawkes}

Gatty, Alfred Scott (1847-1918) English

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

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

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

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

Six plantation songs, [vol. 1]: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses (words & music Alfred Scott Gatty) {14/035(1) : Boosey}

  1. Click! Clack! 2. De ringtail'd coon 3. De ole banjo 4. Nancy 5. Dat's berry queer! 6. Good night!

[Six plantation songs, vol. 2]: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses (words & music Alfred Scott Gatty) {14/035(2) : Boosey #a) lacks t.p.}

  1. But it is so 2. Ding, dong, ding 3. Who did? 4. Our Dinah 5. Dance and song 6. Far away ober dere

Six plantation songs, vol. 3: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses (words & music Alfred Scott Gatty) {14/035(3) : Boosey}

  1. Way down dar in Tennessee 2. It's gone 3. Pompey's ball 4. De lecture 5. Hurry up Pompey (duet) 6. De Lady Moon (duet)

Six plantation songs, vol. 4: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses (words & music Alfred Scott Gatty) {14/035(4) : Boosey}

  1. Far, far away 2. Dis ole nigger 3. Keep down de middle 4. When you hear de banjo 5. De new year 6. Down by dat ribber

A sneezing song (words & music Alfred Scott Gatty) {17/210-3 : Curwen}

True till death': [song] (written by L.L.B.) {16/040 [3/18] : Newnes}

Gaubert, Philippe (1879-1941) French

Madrigal {flute & p./ cont. set 36/029.5 : Enoch #a) score only, no flute part}

Gaul, Alfred Rober (1837-1913) English

The Holy City Op. 36: sacred cantata [for SATB & mixed chor.] {01/042.2-1 : Novello}

Passion service for the season of Lent Op. 37: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] {01/042.2-2 : Novello}

Gautier, Léonard (1866-1955) French

Patriotic airs of all nations (arr. Leonard Gautier) {p. solo 20/135 : Joseph Williams}

Gay, Byron (1886-1945) American

Sand dunes: Oriental one-step {p. solo 21/149-1}

Gay, John (1685-1732) English

The Beggar's Opera (ed. Edward J Dent) [Gay / Pepusch] {07/012-1.5 : 3 copies : Oxford}

The beggar's opera Op. 43: a ballad-opera by John Gay in a new musical version (lyrics by Sheldon Harnick) [Gay-Britten] {06/010-6 : Boosey & Hawkes #.}

The Beggar's Opera (additional music by Frederic Austin) [Gay / Pepusch / Austin] {07/012-1 : 3 copies : Boosey & Hawkes}

Polly by John Gay, being the Second Part of 'The Beggar's Opera' (adapted by Clifford Bax) {07/012-2 : Boosey}

Gay, Noel [=Reginald Moxon Armitage] (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 : Cinephonic}

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

My thanks to you (words by Norman Newell) {17/211-4 : Noel Gay}

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 : Noel Gay}

You've done something to my heart (words by Frank Eyton & Ian Grant) {17/211-5 : Noel Gay}

Geehl, Henry E. (1881-1961) English

Agnus Dei (Heavenly Father) (Eng. text by Henry Geehl) [Bizet-Geehl] {17/080-6 : Edwin Ashdown}

Country gardens: handkerchief dance {p. solo 21/149.5 : Edwin Ashdown}

Dance of the hours (La Gioconda) (arr. Henry Geehl) [Ponchielli-Geehl] {p. solo 21/281 a : Edwin Ashdown}

Dance of the hours (La Gioconda): galop (arr. Henry Geehl) [Ponchielli-Geehl] {p. duet 22/032.8 : Edwin Ashdown}

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 : Gould & Bolttler #a,b,c) incl. violin part}

Gigue in A: {from Three pieces for the harpsichord} (ed. & rev. Henry Geehl) [Jones-Geehl] {p. solo 21/202.9(3) : Edwin Ashdown}

Ladye Greensleeves: trad. old English [melody] {violin & piano set 28/021.5 : Edwin Ashdown}

Ladye Greensleeves: trad. old English [melody] {p. duet 22/016.2 : Edwin Ashdown}

Largo in G (arr. Henry Geehl) [Handel-Geehl] {p. solo 21/166-8 b : Edwin Ashdown}

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 : Enoch & Sons}

Menuet Op. 14 No. 1 (arr. Henry Geehl) [Paderewski-Geehl] {p. duo 22/032.6 : 2 copies : Edwin Ashdown}

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): for male v. (TTBB) (words by Raymond Wallace; arr. Henry Geehl) [O'Hogan-Geehl] {18/113 : 5 copies : Lawrence Wright}

Rondo alla turca (arr. Henry Geehl) [Mozart-Geehl] {p. duet 22/031-7 : Edwin Ashdown}

Shepherds' hey: Morris dance (transc. for p. duet by Henry Geehl) [Sharp-Geehl] {p. duet 22/016.2-2 : Edwin Ashdown}

Shepherds' hey: Morris dance (transc. Henry Geehl) [Sharp-Geehl] {p. solo 21/345.5-3 : Edwin Ashdown}

Tarantella Op. 85 No. 2 (arr. Henry Geehl) [Heller-Geehl] {p. solo 21/176-3 : Edwin Ashdown}

Trumpet voluntary (arr. Henry Geehl) [Purcell-Geehl] {p. duet 22/033-1 : Edwin Ashdown}

Variations symphoniques (arr. Henry Geehl) [Franck-Geehl] {p. solo 21/144-2}

Geiger, Isy (1886-1977) Anglo-Russian

The beautiful Galathea: [overture:] p. conductor (arr. Isy Geiger) [Suppé-Geiger] {07/053-2 : Bosworth}

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]}

Gelineau, Joseph (1920-2008) French

Twenty-four psalms and a canticle: accomp. & 4-part vocal harmonies (words in full) {SA / TB choir 02/048 a : Grail}

Twenty-four psalms and a canticle (rev. ed.) {SA / TB choir 02/048 b : Grail}

Gentili, Alberto (1873-1954) Italian

Sei arie (elab. Alberto Gentili) [Vivaldi-Gentili] {09/201 : Ricordi}

German, Edward (Sir) [=Edward German Jones] (1862-1936) English

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

Charming Chloe: song for med. v. (words by Robert Burns) {17/214-13 : 2 copies a) Db b) Eb : Novello}

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

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

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

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

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera (librettist: Basil Hood, arr. Wilfred Bendall) [Sullivan / German] {07/040-9 : 2 copies : Chappell}

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera (written by Basil Hood; composed by Arthur Sullivan & Edward German) [Sullivan / German] {libr. 03/156-1 : Chappell}

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 : Chappell}

Four dances {from Merrie England} {p. solo 21/150-2}

Four dances [from] Merrie England {p. duet 22/016.3-2 : Chappell}

  1. Hornpipe 2. Minuet 3. Rustic dance 4. Jig

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

Gipsy suite: four characteristic dances {p. solo 20/008[7] : Novello}

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 : Boosey #a) has B&H impr.}

In England, Merrie England {from Merrie England}: quartet (words by Basil Hood) {SABB soli 18/061-1 : Chappell}

The Just So song book (words by Rudyard Kipling) {09/077 : Macmillan}

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

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: quartet (SATB) (words by Basil Hood) {18/061-2 : Chappell}

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

Merrie England: (concert ed.) (written by Basil Hood; [arr. Wilfred Bendall]) {07/013-1.1 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Merrie England: new and original comic opera (written by Basil Hood; arr. Wilfred Bendall) [German-Bendall] {07/013-1 : 3 copies : Chappell}

Merrie England: comic opera (arr. Wilfred Bendall) [German-Bendall] {p. solo 21/150-1}

Merrie England: comic opera (librettist: Basil Hood) {libr. 03/045 : Chappell}

Moto perpetuo {violin & piano set 28/022 : Laudy #p. cond. only}

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

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

Three dances {from 'Henry VIII'} {p. solo 20/008[6] : Novello}

  1. Morris dance 2. Shepherds' dance 3. Torch dance

Three dances {from 'Henry VIII'}: arr. for p. duet by the composer {22/016.3 : Novello}

  1. Morris dance 2. Shepherds' dance 3. Torch dance

Three dances {from 'Henry VIII'} {p. solo 21/150-3 : 2 copies : Novello}

  1. Morris dance 2. Shepherds' dance 3. Torch dance

Three dances {from 'Nell Gwyn'} {p. solo 21/150-4 : Chappell}

  1. Country Dance 2. Pastoral Dance 3. Merrymakers' Dance

Tom Jones: [operetta] {07/013-2 : 2 copies : Chappell}

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

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

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 : Chappell}

Germani, Fernando (1906-1998) Italian

Metodo per organo, parte 1 {organ 40/020-4(1) : De Santis}

  a) Legato alla tastiera b) Tecnica del pedale

Germer, Heinrich (1837-1913) German

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

Gerrard, Angela

My heart has gone rolling away: song (words by Pegeen Mair) {17/215 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Gershwin, George (1898-1937) American

Bess you is my woman {from Porgy and Bess} (concert transc. Beryl Rubinstein) [Gershwin-Rubinstein] {p. solo 21/151-2 : Gershwin}

Gershwin arrangements: for p. solo [Gershwin-Finnissy] {21/139 : OUP}

Porgy and Bess: opera {06/018}

Rhapsody in blue {p. solo 21/151 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Swanee {from Jig-Saw}: voc. one-step (words by I. Caesar) {17/216-1 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

They all laughed {from Shall we Dance?} (words by Ira Gershwin) {17/216-2 : Chappell}

Gest, Elizabeth (c1889-1959) American

Vienna life waltz (arr. Eliz. Gest) [Strauss-Gest] {p. duo 22/052-2 : Elkan-Vogel}

Ghys, Henri (1839-1908) French

Air (transcr. Henri Ghys) {p. solo 21/224.8}

Gibbons, Carroll (1903-1954) American

A garden in the rain: song (words by James Dryenforth) {17/218 : Campbell, Connelly}

Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong (1889-1960) English

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

La belle dame sans merci: cantata (poem by John Keats) {SATB choir 01/043 : 3 copies}

Dusk (arr. Jay Wilbur) [Gibbs-Wilbur] {p. solo 21/151.2-2 : Boosey & Hawkes}

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

Five eyes: 2-part song for trebles and altos (words by Walter de la Mare) {p. voc. + sol-fa 15/038.3 : Boosey & Hawkes}

For remembrance (words by Edward Shanks) {17/219-4 med. v. : Winthrop Rogers}

In the Highlands (words by R. L. Stevenson) {17/219-1 : Curwen}

Nightfall (words by Harry Dawson) {17/219-5 : 2 copies : Curwen}

Padraic the fidiler: [unison song] (poem by Padraic Gregory) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/219-10 : Curwen}

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

A song of shadows Op. 9 No. 5 (words by Walter de la Mare) {17/219-8 : Boosey & Hawkes}

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

To one who passed whistling through the night (words by Margery Agrell) {17/219-2 : Curwen}

Two pieces {p. solo 21/151.2}

  1. The Gates of Sleep 2. March Days

Gibilaro, Alfonso (1888-1957) Italian

Nocturne (oboe transc. Evelyn Rothwell; accomp. arr.Gibilaro) [Field-Rothwell-Gibilaro] {oboe & piano set 36/025.7 : Chester #a) lacks oboe part}

Gideon, Melville (1884-1933) American

Then I know that I'm home (words by Edward Pola) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/219.5 : Keith, Prowse}

Gieseking, Walter (1895-1956) Franco-German

Ständchen (Serenade) (arr. Walter Gieseking) [Strauss-Gieseking] {17/538-1 2 : Adolph Fürstner}

Gilbert, Jean [=Max Winterfeld] (1879-1942) German

Just for a night {from Katja} (words by Harry Graham) {16/020( 3) [1] : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Land of mine {from The Lady of the Rose} (words by Harry Graham) {16/020( 1) [4] : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Gilbert, William Schwenck (1836-1911) English

see Sullivan, Arthur

Gilder, Eric (1911-2000) English

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

Gillet, Georges (1854-1920) French

Sechs Sonaten für Klavier und Flöte, Bd 2 (C dur, E moll, E dur) (arr. Georges Gillet) [Bach-Gillet] {set 36/001-1(2) : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Studies for the advanced teaching of the oboe (w. practice method by Fernand Gillet) {36/030 : Alphonse Leduc}

Trois petites pièces: transcr. pour hautbois et piano (arr. Georges Gillet) [Bach-Gillet] {set 36/001-2 : Costallat}

Gillis, Donald Eugene (1912-1978) American

Courthouse Square {Four scenes from yesterday, no. 2}: for oboe & piano {set 36/030.2(2) : Boosey & Hawkes}

Ginastera, Alberto (1916-1983) Argentinian

Estancia (ballet): reducción para piano {21/151.4 : Barry}

Giordani, Giuseppe (1751-1798) Italian

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

Glazunov, Alexander (1865-1936) Russian

Sérénade espagnole Op. 20 No. 2 {cello & piano set 33/033(2) : Belaieff #lacks sep. cello part}

Gleeson, Horace (1878-1959) Australian

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

Gleichauf, Franz Xaver (1801–1856) German

Orgel-Kompositionen für Klavier zu vier Händen. Band II (arr. F. X. Gleichauf) [Bach-Gleichauf] {p. duet 22/065[ 1-6] : Peters}

Glière, Reinhold (1875-1956) Russian

Eight easy pieces Op. 43 {p. solo 21/151.45 : ABRSM}

Glinka, Mikhail (1804-1857) Russian

Kamarinskaia: fantaisie sur deux airs russes (p. red.) {p. duet 22/016.5 : Belaieff}

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

Glover, Charles William (1806-1863) English

Home to our mountains {from Il Trovatore}: 'Gipsy' duet "Si, la stanchezza m'opprime" (words by Charles Jefferys; arr. Charles Glover) [Verdi-Glover] {sop. & ten. 18/171-2 No. 6 in F : Frederick Harris}

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

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

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

Twelve sacred songs [by John Barnett, Charles Glover, Hon. Mrs Norton et al]: Chappell's Musical Magazine, No. 5 {10/058-1 : Chappell}

Glover, Stephen (1813-1870) English

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

Over the hawthorn hedge: duet (copy-a cover: for 2 sop.) (words by J. Wilce) {18/063-2 : 2 copies a,b) in Bb : Edwin Ashdown}

Tell us, O tell us: voc. duet (words by J. E. Carpenter) {18/063-3 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Gluck, Christoph von (1714-1787) German

Ach! Ich habe Sie verloren {from Orpheus}: [for sop. & orch.] {sop. set 43/003 : Breitkopf & Härtel #p.cond. + sop.,6xV1, 5xV2,4xVa, 3xVc, 3xDb}

Act 2 from Orpheus: opera in 3 acts (arr. Louis N. Parker) [Gluck-Parker] {06/019(2) a : Weekes}

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

Arie aus 'Orpheus': [arr. for violin (or cello) & piano] (arr. A. Moffat) [Gluck-Moffat] {set 28/022.5 a) sep. violin & cello parts : Schott}

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

Che farò? (What is life to me?) {from Orfeo}: recit. & aria {17/222 : 2 copies a,b) : Ricordi}

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

Iphigénie en Aulide: Opéra en 3 actes (paroles du Bailli du Rollet; transcr. L. Narici) {06/019-2 : Choudens}

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts] ([ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck]) [Gluck-Tours] {06/019 a : Kalmus}

Orpheus: opera in 3 acts (arr. Louis N. Parker) [Gluck-Parker] {06/019 b : Weekes}

Orpheus Act 2: opera in 3 acts (ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck) [Gluck-Tours] {06/019(2) : 2 copies b,c : Novello}

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts] ([ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck]) [Gluck-Tours] {06/019 c : Novello}

Orpheus: Oper {06/019 d : Henry Litolff}

Glynne, Trevor

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

Goatley, Alma (1889-1968)

Can't remember: song (words by Herbert J. Brandon) {10/045-6[3] No. 3 in F : Enoch & Sons #words only - score missing}

Can't remember: song (words by Herbert J. Brandon) {17/222.15 : 2 copies a) [No. 1 in D] b) No. 2 in Eb : Enoch & Sons}

Godard, Benjamin Louis Paul (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 : Metzler #b) lacks violin/cello parts}

Angels guard thee {from Jocelyn}: berceuse (Eng. words by S. J. Reilly) {10/087[ 6] a) No. 1 in Bb : Metzler}

Angels guard thee (Berceuse): voc. duet for sop. & bar. (cover) (words by S. J. Reilly; arr. Ernest Newton) [Godard-Newton] {18/065 b : Cramer}

Angels guard thee (Berceuse de Jocelyn): duet (cover: for sop. & bar.) (words by S. J. Reilly; arr. Ernest Newton) [Godard-Newton] {18/065 a : Cramer}

Chanson de Florian (Song of Florian) (new Eng. version by M. C. Gillington) {10/045-6[8] No. 3 in D : Joseph Williams}

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

Deuxieme mazurk Op. 54 {p. solo 16/050-2 [32] : Hamelle}

Deuxième valse Op. 56 {p. solo 21/151.5-1}

Godfrey, Charles (Jr.) (1839-1919) English

Light cavalry: overture: p. conductor (ed. Charles Godfrey Jr.) [Suppé-Godfrey] {07/053-3 : Boosey & Hawkes}

The tales of Hoffmann (Les Contes d'Hoffman): selection arr. for piano (arr. Charles Godfrey, Jr.) [Offenbach-Godfrey] {21/262.5-1 : Cramer}

Godfrey, Dan (1831-1903) English

Faust: operatic selection (arr. Dan Godfrey) [Gounod-Godfrey] {09/079-2 : Pitman, Hart}

New selection (arr. Dan Godfrey) [Sullivan-Godfrey] {p. trio vn & vc 24/029 : Chappell}

New Sullivan collection: gems from the famous operas (sel. & arr. Dan Godfrey) {p. solo 21/364 : Chappell}

New Sullivan selection (sel. & arr. Dan Godfrey) {str. quart. set 42/030 : Chappell #violin cond. only}

Tales from the Vienna Woods: waltzes (arr. Geo. H. Farnell) [Sullivan-Godfrey] {p. trio vn & vc 24/028.8 : Banks}

Il trovatore: [songs & p. selection] (words by Charles Jefferys; p. arr. Dan Godfrey) [Verdi-Godfrey] {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/017-1 : Pitman, Hart}

Godfrey, Fred [=Llewellyn Williams] (1880-1953) English

Some night, some waltz, some girl (written and composed by A. J. Mills, Bennett Scott and Fred Godfrey) [Mills / Scott / Godfrey] {10/045-7[19] : Star Music}

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 : Feldman}

Godin, Felix (1864-1925) English

Burglar Bill: two step {p. solo 16/040 [7/16] : Newnes}

Godowsky, Leopold (1870-1938) Polish

Old Vienna (Alt-Wien): Triakontameron no. 11 {p. duo set 22/017 : Chappell #2nd piano only}

Tango {from España} Op. 165 No. 2 (transc. L. Godowski) [Albéniz-Godowsky] {p. solo 21/005-2(2) : 3 copies a,b,c : Schott}

Göhler, Georg (1874-1954) German

Harmonie-Messe (in B flat major) ([arr. Georg Göhler]) [Haydn-Göhler] {SATB soli 02/054-2.2 : Kalmus}

Messe B-dur (Harmonie-Messe) (arr. Georg Göhler) [Haydn-Göhler] {SATB soli 02/054-2.1 : Peters}

Goltermann, Georg (1824-1898) German

Abendsegen {from Hansel & Gretel} (arr. G. Goltermann) [Humperdinck-Goltermann] {cello & piano set 33/040(2) : Schott}

Concert (A min) Op. 14 {cello & piano set 33/035-1 : Augener}

Sechs leichte Tonbilder Op. 118 {cello & piano set 33/035-2 : Augener}

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 : Enoch & Sons #b) lacks violin part}

Goosens, Eugène (Sir) (1893-1962) English

Concerto en un mouvement: pour hautbois et orch. {oboe & piano set 36/031 b : Alphonse Leduc}

Oboe concerto in one movement: for oboe & piano {set 36/031 a : Curwen}

Searching for lambs: Old English folk tune {10/055[6] : Chester}

Silence: choral fagment (words by Walter De La Mare) {01/044}

Gordon, Harry (1893-1957) Scottish

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

Gordon, Sheridan English

A fat li'l' feller wid his mammy's eyes: song (words by Frank L. Stanton) {10/045-8.2[14] a) No. 3 in G : Chappell}

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

Gorney, Jay (1894-1990) American

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

Goss, John (1800-1880) English

Praise, my soul, the king of heaven: [unison song, with descant (hymn by Henry Francis Lyte) {17/223.2}

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869) American

Ossian: deux ballades {p. solo 21/152.1-2 : Schott}

Selection: [6 pieces] (rev. Matthew Prior) {p. solo 21/152.1 : Edwin Ashdown}

Gounod, Charles-François (1818-1893) French

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

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org. (adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley) [Bach-Gounod] {set 10/045-9[11] d) No. 2: mez. (F) : Schott's Söhne #No English words!}

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

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

Ave Maria : meditation / sacred song: for sop./ten., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org. (adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley) [Bach-Gounod] {set 17/224-3 f) No. 1: sop. (G) : Schott}

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

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

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

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

The celebrated waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} (Eng. words by Edward Lockton) {16/020( 3) [2] : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

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

Death and life (Mors et vita): sacred trilogy [oratorio for STB soli, chor., double chor. & orch.] {08/024-1}

Duo {from Philémon et Baucis}: duo (mez. & bar.) (poème de J. Barbier & M. Carré) {18/067-1 : Choudens}

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 : Weekes}

Fantasia on 'Faust': for violin w. accomp. (ad lib.) for p-forte, 2nd violin & violoncello (arr. Henry Farmer) [Gounod-Farmer] {set 28/071( 6) : Paxton #lacks violin & optional cello parts}

Faust ([French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré]) {libr. 03/055 : EMI}

Faust: complete book of lyrics ... and four gems from the opera {09/079-1 : Moody-Manners}

Faust: grand opera (Eng. version H. F. Chorley; arr. Clarence Lucas) [Gounod-Lucas] {06/020-1 : Chappell}

  additional Eng. libretto for "Jack of Hearts" in MS. by William Jolly(?)

Faust: grand opera {06/020 : 2 copies}

Faust: grand opera (piano solo) (arr. Clarence Lucas) [Gounod-Lucas] {21/152.2 : Chappell}

Faust: opera selection for concert performance (sel. & arr. John Pointer) [Gounod-Pointer] {09/079-3 : Novello}

Faust: operatic selection (arr. Dan Godfrey) [Gounod-Godfrey] {09/079-2 : Pitman, Hart}

Faust: concert selection (ed. & arr. John Pointer) {sol-fa only 44/025-1 : Novello}

The flower song {from Faust} (words by H. F. Chorley) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/224-8 : Bayley & Ferguson}

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

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

If thou art sleeping, maiden, awake!: song (words by Longfellow) {10/045-9[18] : Weekes}

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

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. : Phillips & Page}

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 : Chappell}

Méditation sur le 1er Prélude de J.S. Bach (Ave Maria) {p. solo 21/152.2-2 : Schott}

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

Messe solennelle (St Cecilia) (arr. Joseph Barnby) [Gounod-Barnby] {02/085[3] : Novello}

Messe solennelle de Sainte Cécile: for STB soli, SATB & orch. or organ (rev. Michael Pilkington) [Gounod-Pilkington] {02/050-1 b : Novello}

Messe solennelle (St Cecilia): [for STB soli, SSTTBarB chor. & orch.] (ed. & arr. Joseph Barnby) [Gounod-Barnby] {02/050-1 a : Novello}

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

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

Nazareth ('Though poor be the chamber'): anthem for bar. solo & chor. (words by Henry F. Chorley; arr. John E. West) [Gounod-West] {02/050-2 : 2 copies : Novello}

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

O divine Redeemer: voc. duet for sop. & contr. (words by Alfred Phillips) {18/067-2 in C : Cramer}

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena (words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill) [Gounod-Kingsmill] {17/226-2 : 4 copies a,b) in G c) in C f) in Bb : Cramer}

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena (words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill) [Gounod-Kingsmill] {17/226-2 : 2 copies d) in G e) in A : Phillips & Page}

The Redemption: sacred trilogy (ed. Berthold Tours) {08/024-2 : 3 copies : Novello}

Repentir (Parce Domine / O divine Redeemer!): prayer ([Eng, words by Alfred Phillips]) {mez./ bar. 17/226-3 a) mez./bar.(Db) : Schirmer}

Serenade (Sing on) {17/226-4 : Hutchings & Romer}

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

Serenade: for oboe & piano (arr. Lionel Salter) [Gounod-Salter] {set 36/031.2 : OUP}

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) : Metzler}

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 : Novello}

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

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} (Eng. version Edward Oxenford) {17/226-7 : Greening}

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

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

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

Gourlay, R. John

The drummer boy: march {p. solo 21/152.3 : Mozart Allan}

Gover, Gerald (1914-1982) English

I see His Blood upon the rose: song (poem by Joseph Plunkett) {17/228 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Gow, Nathaniel (1763-1831) Scottish

Caller herring: fav. Scotch air [by Nathaniel Gow] arr. for the piano forte or harp ([words by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne] arr. Philip Knapton) [Gow-Knapton] {p. solo Special : Goulding, D'Almaine}

Gow, Niel (1727-1807) Scottish

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

Grace, Harvey (1874-1944) English

Jesu, joy of Man's desiring {Chorale from Cantata No. 147} (arr. Harvey Grace) [Bach-Grace] {organ 40/051-10 : OUP}

Jesu, joy of Man's desiring: chorale from Cantata No. 147 [organ solo] (arr. Harvey Grace) [Bach-Grace] {40/001-3 : OUP}

Jesu, joy of Man's desiring (Wohl mir, dass ich Jesum habe) {Chorale from Cantata No. 147} (arr. Harvey Grace) [Bach-Grace] {violin & piano set 28/002-3 : OUP #violin part only}

Graham, Neil Scottish

Strip the willow: country dance {p. solo 21/153 : 2 copies : Kerr}

Graham-Dixon, Michael English

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

Grain, Richard Corney (1844-1895) English

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

Grainer, Ron (1922-1981) Australian

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

Grainger, Percy (1882-1961) Australian-American

Country gardens {p. duo set 22/018-2 : Schirmer}

Country gardens: handkerchief dance (orch. Adolf Schmid) [Grainger-Schmid] {violin 21/153.5[2] : Schirmer #1st violin part only}

Country gardens: handkerchief dance {p. solo 21/153.5-2 : Schott}

Country gardens: handkerchief dance {p. duet 22/018-1 : 3 copies : Schott}

Country gardens: handkerchief dance {p. solo 21/153.5[1] : Schott #with sep. violin & cello parts inserted}

Country gardens: handkerchief dance {p. solo 21/153.5 : Schott #a) piano, with sep. violin & cello parts inserted}

Country gardens (handkerchief dance): for descant & treble recorders & piano {set 36/032 : Schott}

Handel in the Strand: clog dance {p. solo 21/153.5-3 : Schott}

Ländliche Gärten (Country gardens) (arr. L. Artok) [Grainger-Artok] {cello 21/153.5[3] : Schott #cello part only}

Molly on the shore: Irish reel (arr. Fritz Kreisler) [Grainger-Kreisler] {violin & piano set 28/031-6 : Schott}

Molly on the shore: Irish reel {p. solo 21/153.5-4 : Schott}

Zanzibar boat song (Room-Music Tit-Bits No. 6): for 6 hands at 1 piano {p. sc. (6 h.) 22/018-3 : Schott}

Granados, Enrique (1867-1916) Spanish

Allegro de concierto {p. solo 21/154-2 : Union Musical}

Andaluza {Danza española no. 5} {p. solo 21/154-5(5) : Union Musical}

Andaluza {from 12 Danzas españolas} {p. solo 21/154-3 : Chester}

Danse espagnole (Spanischer Tanz) (arr. Fritz Kreisler) [Granados-Kreisler] {violin & piano set 28/031-7 : Schott}

Danzas españolas 5 - Andaluza {cello & piano set 33/036(5) : Union Mus. Franco-Esp.}

Danzas españolas, 10 - Danza triste {p. solo 21/154-4(10) : Salabert}

Dos marchas miltares {p. duet 22/018.5 : Union Musical}

Goyescas - Los majos enamorados (Op. 11), 1a parte {p. solo 21/154(1) : Union Musical}

  1. Los requiebros 2. Coloquio en la reja 3. El fandango de candil 4. Quejas, o La maja y el ruiseñor

Goyescas - Los majos enamorados (Op. 11), 2a parte {p. solo 21/154(2) : Union Musical}

  5. El Amor y la muerte (Balada) 6. Epilogo: Serenata del espectro

The lover and the nightingale {from Goyescas) {p. solo 21/154-1 a : Chester}

Quejas ó la maja y el ruiseñor {from Goyescas) {p. solo 21/154-1 : 3 copies b,c,d : Chester}

Grant, Douglas

Old Barty: song (words by Douglas Grant) {17/229.7 : Boosey}

Graun, Johann Gottlieb (1703-1771) German

The Passion of our Lord (Der Tod Jesu): [oratorio] (Eng. trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck) {08/025 : Novello}

Gray, Alan (1855-1935) English

Twelve short preludes {organ 40/101(1) : Augener}

Gray, Hamilton

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

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 : Larway}

Gray, John

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

Grazioli, Giovan Battista (1746-1820) Italian

Sonate [in F] (bearb. Carl Schroeder) {cello & piano set 33/047-3[2] : Augener}

Grechaninov, Aleksandr Tikhonovich (1864-1956) Russian

see Gretchaninoff, Alexander

Green, Gerald

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

Green, Harry

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

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 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Greenberg, Abner (1889-1959) American

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

Capriccio B flat major: sopra la lontananza del suo fratello diletissimo Johann Jacob Bach (1704) (with facs. & intro. Stainton B. Taylor) {p. solo 21/017-2 b : Peters}

Carnival's jest from Vienna Op. 26: fantastic pictures ('Clara Schumann edition') {p. solo 21/332-1 c : British & Continental}

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

Drei Klavierstücke Op. 11 {21/327-1 : Universal}

Italian concerto [and other works] (ed. H. Riemann) {p. solo 21/016-5 : Augener}

  1. Concerto in the Italian style 2. Fantasia cromatica e Fuga 3. Fantasia in C minor 4. Preludio e fuga (in A minor)

Die Kunst der Fuge {from Klavierwerke} (ed. Carl Czerny) {21/016-4 : Peters}

  Includes 2 fugues scored for 2 pianos

Pavane espagnole Op. 92 No. 8 {p. solo 21/005-6.8 : Joseph Williams}

Polonaise Op. 9 Cah. 2 No. 6 {p. solo 21/264-4 : Edwin Ashdown}

Suite bergamasque {p. solo 21/110-2 : Jobert}

  1. Prélude 2. Menuet 3. Clair de lune 4. Passepied

Greene, Edwin (1856-1915) English

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 : Phillips & Page}

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] : Soc. Mus. Neapolitana}

Gregson, Edward (1945- English

Nine miniatures for horn in F, Eb etc [Gregson / Ridgeon] {horn 35/052 Horn in F : Brass Wind}

Gretchaninoff, Alexander (1864-1956) Russian

Brimborions Op. 138: [for Bb clar. & piano] {set 36/033 : Augener}

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

The little green house (words by Helen Douglas Adam) {17/232-3 : Curwen}

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

Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907) Norwegian

Album leaves Op. 28 {p. solo 21/156-1}

Albumblätter Op. 28 {p. solo 21/156-1.2}

Albumblätter Op. 28 {p. solo 21/158-9[4] : Peters}

[Albums of songs vols. 1 & 2] (Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan) {09/081 : Pitt & Hatzfeld}

Albums of songs vol. 1: [23 songs] (Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan) {09/081[1] : Pitt & Hatzfeld}

Albums of songs vol. 2: [20 songs, incl. 6 from 'Reminiscnces of mountain and fiord'] (Eng. words Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan) {09/081[2] : Pitt & Hatzfeld}

An den Frühling Op. 43 No. 6 {p. solo 21/156-2 : 2 copies a,b }

Aus dem Volksleben Op. 19: [3] Humoresken {p. solo 21/159-9 : Peters}

  1. Aug den Bergen 2. Norwegischer Brautzug 3. Aus dem Carneval

Aus Holberg's Zeit Op. 40: suite im alten Style {p. solo 20/008[2] : Peters}

Ballade Op. 24 (ed. Edwin Hughes) {p. solo 21/156-3 c : Schirmer}

Ballade Op. 24 {p. solo 21/156-3 : 2 copies a,b }

Berceuse Op. 38 No. 1 {p. solo 21/159-7 : Peters}

Bridal march (Norwegischer Brautzug) Op. 19 No. 2 {p. solo 21/156-4 a }

Butterfly Op. 43 No. 1 {p. solo 21/158-4 c : Novello}

Concerto (A minor) for pianoforte Op. 16 {p. duo 22/019-6 : 2 copies-M c,d : Augener}

Concerto in A minor Op. 16 (arr. Wm. Weismann [abridged]) [Grieg-Weismann] {p. solo 21/156-5 : 2 copies a,b : Peters}

Concerto in A minor for piano & orchestra Op. 16 {p. duo 22/019-6 : 2 copies a,b : Novello}

Concerto in A minor Op. 16 (arr. Kurt Nielsen [abridged]) {p. solo 21/156-5 c : Edwin Ashdown}

Elegiac melodies Op. 34 {p. solo 21/159-4 : Peters}

  1. Herzwunden 2. Letzter Frühling

Erotik Op. 43 No. 5: poème érotique {p. solo 21/156-6}

Fifty compositions {p. solo 21/159-3 : Edwin Ashdown}

French serenade Op. 62 No. 3 {p. solo 21/156-7 : Augener}

Fünf Klavierstücke Heft 1 (1-3) (arr. Louis Rée) [Grieg-Rée] {p. duo 22/019-3(1) : 2 copies : Peters}

  1. Norwegischer Brautzug Op. 19, No. 2; 2. An Den Frühling Op. 43, No. 6; 3. Bächlein Op. 62, No. 4

Gebet und Tempeltanz {from Olav Trygvason Op. 50} {p. solo 21/157-9}

Grieg-Album Bd 1 (1-12): Lieder {bar./ contr. 09/081-2(1) : 2 copies a) Alt / Bar. : Peters}

Grieg-Album Bd 2 (13-24): Lieder {bar./ contr. 09/081-2(2) : 2 copies a) Alt / Bar. : Peters}

Grieg-Album Bd 3 (25-36): Lieder {bar./ contr. 09/081-2(3) : 2 copies a) Orig. Ausg. b) Alt / Bar. : Peters}

Hochzeitstag auf Troldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6 {p. solo 20/002[2] : Peters}

Holberg suite Op. 40 {p. solo 21/156-9}

Humoresken Op. 6 {p. solo 21/156-8}

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

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

Ich liebe Dich Op. 41 No. 3 {p. solo 21/159-6 : Peters}

Ich liebe Dich (I love thee / Je t'aime) {17/234-2 low (orig.) : Novello}

Im wilden Tanz Nachl. Nr 1 {p. solo 21/157-1}

Improvisata über 2 norwegische Volksweisen Op. 29 {p. solo 21/157-2}

Klavierstücke Op. 41 Heft. 1: songs transcribed {21/157-3.1 : 2 copies}

Klavierstücke nach eigenen Liedern Op. 41 Hft. 2 {21/157-3.2 b : Peters}

Klavierstücke Op. 41 Cah. 2: songs transcribed {21/157-3.2 a }

Klavierstücke Op. 52 Cah. 1: songs without words {21/157-4.1}

Klavierstücke Op. 52 Cah. 2: songs without words {21/157-4.2 : 2 copies}

Konzert für Pianoforte Op. 16 {p. solo 21/156-5 : 2 copies d,e : Peters}

Lyric pieces 5 Op. 54: [6 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(5) : 2 copies : Peters}

Lyrical pieces (Lyrische Stücke) Bk1 Op. 12: [8 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(1) c : Joseph Williams}

Lyrische Stücke (complete) Heft 1-10 Op. 12, 38, 43, 47, 54, 62, 65, 68, 71: [66 pieces] (ed. Hermann Kretzschmar) {p. solo 21/157-6 : Peters}

Lyrische Stücke Op. 12: [8 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(1) d : Walsh, Holmes}

Lyrische Stücke 1 Op. 12: [8 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(1) : 2 copies a,b : Peters}

Lyrische Stücke 2 Op. 38: [8 pieces] (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) {p. solo 21/157-6(2) : 3 copies : Peters}

Lyrische Stücke 3 Op. 43: [6 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(3) : Peters}

  1 Schmetterling 2. Ensamer Wanderer 3. in der Heimat 4. Vöglein 5. Erotik 6. An den Frühling

Lyrische Stücke 4 Op. 47: [7 pieces] {p. solo 20/002[1] : Peters}

Lyrische Stücke 4 Op. 47: [7 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(4) : Peters}

Lyrische Stücke Heft 5 Op. 54: [6 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6(5) : 2 copies : Peters}

Lyrische Stücke Op. 65 No. 4-6 (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) [Grieg-Ruthardt] {p. solo 21/157-6(8.2) : 2 copies : Peters}

  4. Salon 5. Im Balladenton 6. Hochzeitstag auf Troldhaugen

Lyrische Stücke Op. 38: [8 pieces] {p. solo 21/158-9[3] : Peters}

  1. Berceuse 2.Volksweise 3.Melodie 4.Halling 5.Springtanz 6.Elegie 7.Walzer 8. Canon

Lyrische Stücke Op. 12: [8 pieces] {p. solo 21/158-9[2] : Peters}

  1. Arietta 2.Walzer 3.Wächterlied 4.Elfentanz 5.Volksweise 6.Norwegisch 7.Albumblatt 8. Vaterländisches Lied

Lyriske stykker 6 Op. 57 No. 1-3 {p. solo 21/157-6(6) : Peters}

Lyriske stykker 8 Op. 65 No. 1-3 {p. solo 21/157-6(8.1) : Peters}

March of the dwarfs (arr. Joan Last) [Grieg-Last] {p. duo set 22/019-5 : Galliard/Galaxy}

Menuetto in A minor (Four humoreskes Op. 6 no. 2) {p. solo 21/156-8.2(2) : William Reeves}

Nine Norwegian folk-songs {from Op. 17 and 66): for oboe or flute & piano (arr. Ivan C. Phillips) [Grieg-Phillips] {set 36/034 : OUP}

Northern dances and folk-tunes Op. 17 {p. solo 21/158-7 : Schirmer}

Norwegian bridal procession {p. solo 21/157-6.5 : 2 copies : Augener}

Norwegian dances Op. 35, Nos. 1-4 {p. duet 22/019-1 : Novello}

Norwegische Bauerntänze (Slåtter) Op. 72: [17 pieces] {p. duo 22/019-2 : 2 copies}

Norwegische Bauerntänze (Slåtter) Op. 72: [17 pieces] {p. solo 21/157-6.8}

Norwegische Tänze op. 35: [arr. for piano solo] {21/158-8 : Peters}

Norwegische Volksweisen Op. 66 {p. solo 21/157-7}

Norwegischer Brautzug (Bridal procession) Op. 19 No. 2 {p. solo 21/156-4 b : Peters}

Notturno Op. 54 Nr. 4 {p. solo 21/157-8 : 2 copies}

Peer Gynt Op. 23: [5 pieces] {p. solo 21/158-9[1] : Stanley Lucas, Weber}

  1. Morning 2.The death of Åse 3.Anitra's dance 4.Trolddans 5.Peer Gynt and Ingrid

Peer Gynt suite Op. 23: [5 pieces] {p. solo 21/158-1 : 2 copies}

Peer Gynt suite 1 Op. 46: [4 pieces] {p. solo 21/158-2 : 2 copies : Peters}

Peer Gynt suite 2 Op. 55: [4 pieces] {p. solo 21/159-8 : Novello}

  1. Ingrid's lament 2. Arabian dance 3. Peer Gynt' return 4. Solveig's song

Peer Gynt-Suite 1 Op. 46 {p. duet 22/019-4(1) : Peters}

  1. Morgenstimmung 2. Åses Tod 3. Anitras Tanz 4. In der Halle des Bergkönigs

[Piano album] {21/158-9}

Pianoforte album: [6 pieces] (ed. Heinrich Germer) {21/156 : Bosworth}

Poetic tone pictures Op. 3 {p. solo 21/158-9[5] : Stanley Lucas, Weber}

Poetische Tonbilder Op. 3 {p. solo 21/158-3 : 2 copies a,b }

Scherzo-Impromptu {from 'Moods'} Op. 73 no. 2 {p. solo 21/157-5(2) : Peters}

Schmetterling (Butterfly) Op. 43 No. 1 {p. solo 21/158-4 : 2 copies a,b : Peters}

Sie tanzt Op. 57 No. 5 {p. solo 21/158-5}

Six poetic tone pictures Op. 3 (ed. Heinrich Germer) {p. solo 21/158-3 c : Bosworth}

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1 (from Ibsen's Pier Gynt) {17/234-3 : 4 copies a) No. 3 in A b) No. 1 in F f,g) No. 2 in G : Edwin Ashdown}

Solveig's song (Ibsen; Eng. words Hubi Newcombe) {17/234-3 : 2 copies d,e) No. 3 in A : Walsh, Holmes}

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1 (from Ibsen's "Pier Gynt"; Eng. words R. H. Elkin) {17/234-3 c) No. 3 in Amin : Enoch & Sons}

Solveigs Lied (from Ibsen's Pier Gynt) {17/234-4 a) }

Solvejgs Lied (Solvejg's song / Chanson de Solvejg) (Gedicht von H. Ibsen) {sop./ ten. 17/234-4 b) sop./ten. : Peters}

Sonata [E minor] Op. 7 {p. solo 21/158-6 d : Augener}

Sonata No. 2 Op. 13 {violin & piano set 28/023-2 : Schirmer #violin part only}

Sonate (E minor) Op. 7 {p. solo 21/158-9[6] : Augener}

Sonate (E minor) Op. 7 {p. solo 21/158-6 c : Augener}

Sonate G dur (arr. Edvard Grieg) [Mozart-Grieg] {p. duo 22/032-2 : Peters #2nd piano only}

Sonate in E minor Op. 7 {p. solo 21/158-6 : 2 copies a,b : Peters}

Sonate in F dur Op. 8 {violin & piano set 28/023-1 : Peters}

Song of the King Op. 22 {from The Northmen}: [cantata] (words by Björnson) {01/045}

Spring (Våren) Op. 33 No. 2 (Eng. words by R. H. Elkin) {17/234-5 (c) (d) : 2 copies : Edwin Ashdown}

Spring (Våren) Op. 33 No. 2 (Eng. words by R. H. Elkin) {17/234-5 (a) (b) : 2 copies : Enoch & Sons}

A Swan (Ein Schwan) (words by Henrik Ibsen) {17/234-6 a) high v. : Peters}

Thirty-eight pieces Bk 2 Nos. 21-38 (Grades 6-7) (sel. & ed. Angus Morrison) {p. solo 21/159-1(2) : 2 copies : ABRSM}

To the Spring Op. 43 No. 6 {p. solo 21/156-2 c : Peters}

To the Spring (An den Frühling) Op. 43 No. 6 {p. solo 21/156-2 d : MSM}

Ein Traum (A dream / Un rêve) (Gedicht von Bodenstedt) {17/234-7 a) sop./ten. : Peters}

Triumphal march (Huldigungsmarsch) Op. 56 No. 3 (arr. Robert Groves) [Grieg-Groves] {organ 40/103-1 : Peters}

Twenty favourite pianoforte pieces {21/159-2 : Alfred Lengnick}

Twenty selected songs Bk 1 (Eng. words R. H. Elkin) {09/081-4(1) : Enoch}

Vier Lieder für Altstimme und Pianoforte Op. 2 {12/056}

Zwei nordische Weisen Op. 63 {p. solo 21/159-5 : Peters}

  1. Im Volkston 2. Kuhreigen und Bauerntanz

Grieve, John C. Scottish

The bonnie wells o' Wearie (words by Alex. Maclagan) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/237 b) : Kerr}

The bonnie wells o' Wearie (words by Alex. Maclagan) {17/237 a) : Ernest Köhler}

Rob Roy: national kinderspiel (words and music by John C. Grieve) {07/013.3 : Ernest Köhler}

Griffiths, Vernon (1894-1985) English

Twelve 3-part songs: for male v. of lim. range (arr. Vernon Griffiths & Joan Ritchie) {15/014 : Novello}

Grimshaw, Arthur Edward (1868–1913) English

The songs my mother sang: a 'come-all-ye' (words and tunes Trad.) {17/237.2 No. 1 in D : Boosey}

Grooms, Calvin

Santa Lucia: Neapolitan boat song (arr. Calvin Grooms) {violin & piano set 28/050-2 : Century}

Grossmith, George (1847-1912) English

See me dance the polka: humorous song (written and composed George Grossmith) {17/237.5 : Reynolds}

Grosz, Wilhelm (1894-1939) Anglo-Austrian

see Williams, Hugh (pseud.)

Groves, Robert (1912-1994) English

Triumphal march (Huldigungsmarsch) Op. 56 No. 3 (arr. Robert Groves) [Grieg-Groves] {organ 40/103-1 : Peters}

Grovlez, Gabriel Marie (1879-1944) French

L'Almanach aux images: 8 pièces de piano (d'après des poëmes de Tristan Klingsor) {21/160 : 2 copies : Augener}

La sarabande {from L'Almanach aux images}: [based on a poem by Tristan Klingsor] {p. solo 21/160(4) : Augener}

Grün, Bernard (1901-1972) Anglo-Austrian

Pink Champagne: new adaptation of Die Fledermaus [operetta] (adapted by Eric Maschwitz [lyrics] & Bernard Grun [music]) [Strauss-Grun] {libr. 03/150-2 : Samuel French}

Summer song: story of the New World (arr. Bernard Grun; lyrics by Eric Maschwitz) [Dvorák-Grün] {07/008.7 : Keith, Prowse}

Grützmacher, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig (1832-1903) German

Rondo (arr. Friedrich Grützmacher) [Boccherini-Grützmacher] {cello & piano set 33/015-1}

Sonata 1 A dur (arr. Friedrich Grützmacher) [Boccherini-Grützmacher] {cello & piano set 33/015-2(1) : Bartholf Senff}

Sonata 2 C dur (arr. Friedrich Grützmacher) [Boccherini-Grützmacher] {cello & piano set 33/015-2(2) : Alfred Lengnick}

Guastavino, Carlos (1912-2000) Argentinian

La rosa y el sauce (poesía de Francisco Silva) {17/237.8 : 2 copies : Ricordi}

Guglielmi, Louis (1916-1991) Spanish

see Louiguy (pseud.)

Guilmant, Alexandre (1837-1911) French

Prière et berceuse {organ 40/105-1 : Schott}

Gumpert, Friedrich (1841-1906) German

Orchester-Studien für Oboe Heft 1-4 (ed. Fr. Gumbert [ie Gumpert]]) {36/131-1 : Carl Merseburger}

Orchester-Studien für Oboe Heft 2-4 (ed. Fr. Gumbert [ie Gumpert]]) {36/131-2[1-3] : Carl Merseburger}

Orchestral extracts: oboe (sel. & ed. Stephen Nagy) {36/131-6 : Trinity College}

Gung'l, Joseph (1810-1889) Hungarian

Amoretten Tänze (valse): cello part only (arr. Aubrey Winter) [Gung'l-Winter] {33/079[3] : Boosey & Hawkes}

Improvisationen: walzer {p. solo 21/161 : Hammond}

Gurlitt, Cornelius (1820-1901) German

Ouverture des marionettes Op. 105 {2p. quart (8 hands) set 22/020 : Augener #+ 2nd copy of Piano 2 score}

Six bagatelles Op. 224, Ser. 2: [nos. 4-6] {p. solo 21/161.5(2) : Bosworth}

  Menuetto; Impromptu; Le cavalier valeureux

Valse brillante in A flat ([arr. C Gurlitt]) [Moszkowski-Gurlitt] {p. duet 22/028 : Augener}

Gurney, Ivor Bertie (1890-1937) English

Desire in Spring (words by Francis Ledwidge) {17/239-4 : OUP}

Five Elizabethan songs {09/082 : Boosey & Hawkes #a) authorised photocopy}

I will go with my father a-ploughing (words by Seosamh Mac Cathmhaoil) {17/239-1 : Boosey}

Sleep (words by John Fletcher) {17/239-2 b) high in Bb min. : Winthrop Rogers}

Sleep (words by John Fletcher ) {17/239-2 low v. [in G min] : Winthrop Rogers}

Spring (words by Thomas Nashe ) {17/239-3 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Tears [ie "Weep you no more sad fountains"]: [song] (words from (?)Dowland, ascr. here to John Fletcher) {10/089[14] a) med. v. [C# min] : Winthrop Rogers}

Guy, Helen [=Helen Guy Rhodes] (1858-1936) French

see Hardelot, Guy d'

Guy-Ropartz, Joseph Marie (1864-1955) French

Deuxième livre de suites (nos. 9-16) (rev. J. Guy-Ropartz) [Handel-Guy-Ropartz] {p. solo 21/166[2] : Durand}

Premier livre de suites (nos. 1-8) (rev. J. Guy-Ropartz) [Handel-Guy-Ropartz] {p. solo 21/166[1] : Durand}

478 works by 120 composers, with 7 arrangers or second composers, alternative titles and 6 cross-references

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