Library

Music Scores - arranged by Composer / Arranger

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
 
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
 
        All composers (abbreviated)        
Franz_Liszt

Monday 17th February 2020

Search limited to letter 'L'

 Le  Li  Ll  Lo  Lu  Ly

L., A. (Amelia Lehmann) (1830-1908) English

see Lehmann, Amelia

L'Estrange, Bertram

Chanson riviere: valse {Newnes : p. solo 16/040 [5/16]}

La Forge, Frank (1879-1953) American

In pride of May: song (Trad. (old English)) {Schirmer : 17/325 : [No. 1] high in C (orig.) }

La Rue, Pierre de (c.1455-1518) Franco-Flemish

Salve Regina {SATB choir 05/009}

Lack, Théodore (1846-1921) French

Valse-arabesque Op. 82 {p. solo 21/213}

Lake, Frank [=Frank Kerslake] (fl. 1940) American

see Lake, Frank (pseud.)

Bless 'em all (words by Jimmy Hughes) {Keith, Prowse : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/326-1}

Lake, Ian

Divertimento Op. 45 {Chappell : str. trio set 42/021}

Lalo, Édouard (1823-1892) French

Aubade {from Le Roi d'Ys} {Heugel : 10/045-6[14]}

Aubade (Eng. words by Arthur Davenport) {United Music : 17/327-2}

L'Esclave {17/327[1]}

L'Esclave [and] Souvenir {17/327}

Souvenir {17/327[2]}

Lambert, Constant (1905-1951) English

Façade (Suite for orchestra): p. duet (arr. Constant Lambert) [Walton-Lambert] {OUP : 22/056-1}

  1. Polka 2.Valse 3.Swiss Jodelling Song 4.Tango-Pasodoble 5. Tarantella Sevillana

The Rio Grande (poem by Sacheverell Sitwell) {OUP : p. solo 21/213.1}

The Rio Grande: cantata [for chor. w. solo piano] (poem by Sacheverell Sitwell) {01/054 (a)-(c) : 3 copies}

The Rio Grande: for chor., orch. & solo p. (poem by Sacheverell Sitwell) {OUP : 01/054 (d)}

Lambert, Frank (d. 1928) English

God's garden: sacred song (words by D. F. Gurney) {Chappell : 17/328 : 3 copies-M : a) No. 3 in Bb b,c) No. 2 in Ab #b) added solfa in MS.}

Lamperti, Francesco (1813-1892) Italian

First lessons in singing (complete): for sop./ mez. or ten. {Ricordi : 19/034}

First lessons in singing for the study of the intervals, Book 1: for sop./ mez. or ten. (ed. & rev. Henry Blower) {Ricordi : 19/034(1)}

Lane, Gerald English

Carmencita: song (words & music Gerald Lane) {Leonard : 10/045-6[13] : No. 2 in F }

A song of flowers: song (words and music by Gerald Lane) {Enoch : 16/050-4 [30] : No. 3 in F }

Lane, Philip (1950- English

By arrangement: seven transcriptions for organ {Novello : 40/139}

Lang, Agnes Mary

Two Eastern songs (words by Laurence Hope (1), Anon. (2)) {Elkin : 09/105 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 low v. b) No. 2 med. v. }

  1. Before the dawn 2. Salaam

Lang, Craig Sellar (1891-1971) New Zealander

Exercises for organists, Bk 2 {Novello : 40/141(2)}

Score reading exercises in 3 and 4 parts, Bk 1: in G and F clefs {Novello : organ 40/020-2(1)}

Langdon, Chris

The Boy Friend (piano selection) (words and music Sandy Wilson; arr. Chris Langdon) [Wilson-Langdon] {Chappell : 17/580}

Lange, Gustav (1830-1889) German

Im grünen Hain Op. 60: Tonstück {p. solo 21/214}

Lange, Oscar

Voices of Spring: valse (arr. Oscar Lange) [Strauss-Lange] {Paxton : p. solo 21/359-2}

Langey, Otto (1851-1922)

Practical tutor for the French horn: (with & without valves) {Boosey & Hawkes : horn 35/059-1}

Tutor for the cornet {Hawkes : 35/001-3}

Langlais, Jean (1907-1991) French

Triptyque {Novello : organ 40/142}

  1. Melody 2. Trio 3. Final

Langley, George

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

Langley, Hubert

Foundling hospital anthem (Blessed are they that consider the poor): for 2 solo v. (sop./ten. & contr./bar.), chor., strings & 2 oboes (arr. Hubert Langley) [Handel-Langley] {Hinrichsen : 02/052-5}

Langrish, Hugo

Eight easy pieces for horn & piano (arr. Hugo Langrish) {OUP : horn & piano set 35/030-7 #p. cond. only}

Lara, Agustín (1897-1970) Mexican

Granada: fantasía española (music and Span. lyric Agustín Lara; Eng. lyric Dorothy Dodd) {Latin-American : 17/329}

Last, Joan (1908-2002) English

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

Laubach, Frank (1857-1923) Scottish

20 Scottish songs (arr. F. Laubach) {Augener : cello & piano set 33/080-3}

Lauder, Harry (1870-1950) Scottish

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

Lauth, Henry

OEdipe, op. 23: tragedie lyrique en 4 actes et 6 tableaux (poèmes de Edmond Fleg; p. red. Henry Lauth) [Enescu-Lauth] {Salabert : 06/015.5 #incomplete}

Lawes, Henry (1596-1662) English

Six songs (words by Thomas Carew (1-4) & Robert Herrick (5-6); arr. Gwilym Beechey) [Lawes-Beechey] {Peters : 09/107}

  1. Persuasions to enjoy 2.Happy youth that shalt possess 3 A beautiful Mistress 4.Read in these roses 5.Seest thou those diamonds 6 Cupid as he lay

Lawson, Malcolm (b.1849) Scottish

Ae fond kiss {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody (words by Robert Burns; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 4}

Bonnie Strathyre {from Songs of the North}: old air (words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 3 : 2 copies}

Brown-haired maiden {from Songs of the North} (arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 9}

Colin's cattle {from Songs of the North}: milking song (arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 8}

Fair young Mary {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody (arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331-11}

Herding song: old Highland air (words by Jan L. Lawson) {Cramer : p. voc. + sol-fa 10/045-8.1[15]}

Herding song {from Songs of the North}: old Highland air (words by Jan L. Lawson; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331-13}

How can ye gang, lassie? {from Songs of the North}: old Scottish ballad (arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331-10}

Leezie Lindsay {from Songs of the North}: old Scottish ballad (arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331-12}

Linten lowrin {from Songs of the North}: old Aberdeenshire song (arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 7}

Maiden of Morven (Ossianic love lament) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody (words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 10/055[5]}

Maiden of Morven (Ossianic love lament) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody (words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 1 : 2 copies}

The praise of Islay (Moladh na landaidh) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody (Eng. trans. Thomas Pattison; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 5}

Skye boat song (Jacobite) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland rowing measure (words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 2 : 2 copies : a) [No. 1] in G b) [No. 2] in Bb }

Skye boat song {from Songs of the North}: duet (words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson) [MacLeod-Lawson] {Cramer : 18/083 : in G }

Songs of the North, 1st set: 7 songs arr. for piano (sel. Sir Harold Boulton and Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 21/310-3(1)}

Turn ye to me {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody (words by John Wilson ('Christopher North');arr. Malcolm Lawson) {Cramer : 17/331- 6 : [No. 1] in E }

Lawton, Sidney

The young oboist vol. 3: series of graded arrangements {OUP : 36/132-1(3)}

Le Brunn, George

Remember me to Mother dear! (written by John P. Harrington) {Monte Carlo : 17/333}

Le Fleming, Christopher (1908-1985) English

Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald ((Tales from the Vienna Woods) (arr. Christopher Le Fleming) [Strauss-Le Fleming] {Chester : p. duo set 22/052-1}

If it's ever Spring again: for med. v. & p. (words by Thomas Hardy) {Chester : 17/333.2 : 2 copies}

Two chorales (arr. Christopher Le Fleming) [Bach-Le Fleming] {Chester : p. duo set 22/003-10}

  1. Mortify Us By Thy Grace 2. Jesu, Source of Our Desire

Lebermann, Walter (1910-1984)

Konzert C-Dur für Oboe, &c [piano reduction] (p.red. Walter Lebermann) [Vivaldi-Lebermann] {Schott's Söhne : set 36/094.5-2}

Lebert, Sigmund (1821-1884) German

Fantasie über eine italienische und eine deutsche Volksweise: (Instruktive Klavierstücke, 4. Grad. - Stücke für die moderne Salonspiel, Nr 1) [Lebert / Stark] {Röder : p. solo 21/213.15(4.1) : 2 copies}

Lecocq, Charles (1832-1918) French

La petite mademoiselle: comic opera {Joseph Williams : p. solo 16/070 [1]}

Lecuona, Ernesto (1895-1963) Cuban

Always in my heart (lyric by Kim Gannon) {Southern : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/333.5}

Lee, Bert (1880-1946) English

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile (words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee) [Weston-Lee] {Francis, Day & Hunter : 17/570.3}

Lee, Ernest Markham (1874-1956) English

Five sketches: short duets for two pianos {Elkin : set 22/025}

Minuet and Trio in E flat (arr. E. Markham Lee) [Mozart-Lee] {Alfred Lengnick : p. duet 22/031-6}

With laughter and joy {from the 'Peasant' Cantata} (arr. E. Markham Lee) [Bach-Lee] {Murdoch : p. duo 22/003- 9}

Lee, George Alexander (1802-1851) Anglo-Irish

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

Macgregor's gathering ([words by Sir Walter Scott]) {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[26]}

Lee, Sebastian (1805-1887) German

40 melodious and progressive studies Op. 31, 1 (1-22) (ed. Hugo Becker) [Lee-Becker] {Schott : cello 33/A30(1)}

Twenty-four melodious and progressive studies Op. 131: Twenty-four melodious and progressive studies (ed. Hugo Becker) [Lee-Becker] {Schott : cello 33/A30-2}

Lees, J. Kenyon (1853-19??) English

The Balmoral reel book (arr. J. Kenyon Lees) {Bayley & Ferguson : p. solo 20/143-2}

Oh! Open the door: Scottish song {Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/333.8}

Songs of Caledonia: a collection of old and new Scots songs (ed. George Eyre-Todd; p. accomps. J. Kenyon Lees) {Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa 10/062-4}

Leeson, J. F.

The auld Scotch sangs (words by Rev. Dr Bethune) {Bayley : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/334 : a) }

O sing to me the auld Scotch songs (words by Rev. Dr Bethune) {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/334 : b) }

Lefébure-Wély, Louis James Alfred (1817-1869) French

see Wély, Lefébure

Legrand, Michel (1932- French

The music of Michel Legrand: [15 melodies] (arr. Frank Booth) [Legrand-Booth] {Wise : p. solo 21/213.2(1)}

The music of Michel Legrand (2nd ed.): [19 melodies] (arr. Frank Booth) [Legrand-Booth] {Wise : p. solo 21/213.2(2)}

Lehár, Franz (1870-1948) Hungarian

Anneliese Rothenberger's favourite sop. arias: [7 pieces] {Glocken : 11/013 : 2 copies}

Farewell, my love, farewell {from Frasquita} (words by Reginald Arkell) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 16/020( 4) [2]}

Gipsy love: new musical play (lyrics by Adrian Ross) {Chappell : 07/018-1 : 2 copies}

Gipsy love: operetta (new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Lehár-Hanmer] {Glocken : 07/018-1.1}

Girls were made to love and kiss {from Paganini} (Eng. lyric by A. P. Herbert) {Francis, Day & Hunter : 17/335-6}

Gold and silver: valse {Hawkes : p. solo 21/213.5}

Gypsy Love (Zigeunerliebe - Valse): cello/bass part only (arr. H. M. Higgs) [Lehár-Higgs] {Kalmus : 33/041}

I love you so {from The Merry Widow} (words by Adrian Ross) {Chappell : 17/335-4 : No. 3 in G }

The Land of Smiles: musical play (Eng. lyrics by Harry Graham) {Chappell : 07/018-3}

The Merry Widow: [operetta] (new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Lehár-Hanmer] {Glocken : 07/018-2.1 : 4 copies}

The Merry Widow: [Sadler's Wells production] (Eng. version Christopher Hassall) {Glocken : 07/018-2.2 : 2 copies}

The Merry Widow: musical play (lyrics by Adrian Ross) {Chappell : 07/018-2}

The Merry Widow: valse (arr. Leonard Williams) [Lehár-Williams] {Chappell : p. solo 21/213.5-2}

The merry widow: operetta (new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Lehár-Hanmer] {Glocken : libr. 03/075 : 4 copies #c) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Oh maiden, my maiden {from Frederica} (words by Harry S. Pepper) {Chappell : 17/335-1 : No. 2 in G }

Songs from 'The Czarevitch': [7 songs] {09/109}

Vilia {from The Merry Widow}: song (words by Adrian Ross) {Chappell : 17/335-5 : No. 2 in F }

The white dove {from The Rogue Song}: song (words by Clifford Grey) {Chappell : 17/335-2 : 2 copies}

You are my heart's delight {from The Land of Smiles} (words by Harry Graham) {Chappell : 17/335-3 : 3 copies : No. 2 in Bb b,c) No. 2,3 in C }

Lehmann, Amelia ('A. L.') (1830-1908) English

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis} (Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]) [Lully-Lehmann] {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/337-3 : No. 1 in Eb }

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis} (Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]) [Lully-Lehmann] {Boosey : 10/087[16] : a) No. 1 in Eb }

Care selve (Come beloved) {from Atalanta} (arr. A. L. (Mrs Rudolf Lehmann)) [Handel-Lehmann] {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/250-6 : 3 copies : a) No. 1 in F b) No. 2 in A c) No. 2 in F d) No. 3 in A }

Come beloved (Care selve) {from Atalanta} (arr. A. L. (Mrs Rudolf Lehmann)) [Handel-Lehmann] {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/250-6 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in F b) No. 2 in A c) No. 2 in F d) No. 3 in A }

Hear me, ye winds and waves! {from Scipio}: inc. recit. From the rage of the tempest {from Julius Caesar} (arr. A. L.; words of recit. Theo. Marzials) [Handel-Lehmann] {Boosey : 17/250-8 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in G min #a) has B&H imprint}

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

The violet and the rose {from A la Watteau}: song (words by R. H. Elkin) {Elkin : 17/337-1 : No. 2 in F }

When love is kind: old melody (words by Thomas Moore; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/337-2 : No. 2 in Ab }

When love is kind: old melody (words by Thomas Moore) {Boosey : 16/050-5 [12] : No. 2 in Ab }

Lehmann, Liza (1862-1918) English

Ah, moon of my delight {from In a Persian Garden} (words from FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám) {Metzler : 17/336-10 : a) No. 1 in F }

At love's beginning: duet for sop. & bar. (words by Thomas Campbell) {Boosey : 18/085 : 3 copies : a,b,c) No. 1 in G }

Bird songs: [5 songs] (words by A. S. [Stanton]) {Boosey : 09/111-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 mez. }

Bonnie wee thing (words by Robert Burns) {Boosey : 10/087[17] : a) No. 1 in Eb }

Cherry ripe (words by Herrick; arr. Liza Lehmann) [Horn-Lehmann] {Chappell : 17/288.7}

The cuckoo {from More Daisies} (words by W. B. Rands) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/336-1 : No. 1 in C }

Evensong (Fold your white wings...) (words by Constance Morgan) {Chappell : 17/336-2 : No. 2 in C }

Fly away, pretty moth: old song {Chappell : 17/336-11 : a) No. 1 in Eb }

Good morning, Brother Sunshine: song (words by J.W. Foley) {Chappell : 17/336-3 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in Eb }

If no-one ever marries me {from The Daisy Chain}: [song of childhood] (words by Laurnce Alma Tadema) {Boosey : 17/336-4 : No. 2 in D }

The life of a rose: seven short songs (words and music by Liza Lehmann) {Boosey : 09/111 : No. 2 med. v. }

Magdalen at Michael's Gate: song (words by Henry Kingsley) {Chappell : 17/336-5 : 3 copies : a-c) No. 1 in F# min }

More daisies: new songs of childhood for 4 solo voices (SCTBar/B) (words by Robert Louis Stevenson, W. B. Rands etc) {Boosey : 10/045-8.4[3]}

  12 'encore songs for The Daisy Chain'

Myself when young {from In a Persian Garden} (words from FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám) {Cramer : 17/336-6 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb }

Oh tell me, nightingale (words from Bodenstedt's Songs of Mirza-Schaffy) {Joseph Williams : 17/336-7 : [No. 2] in D min }

There are fairies at the bottom of our garden: song (words by Rose Fyleman) {Chappell : 17/336-9 : No. 2 in Eb }

Two seal songs (words by Rudyard Kipling) {Chappell : mez. 17/336-8 : No. 2 mez. }

Lehmann, Mrs Rudolf ('A. L.') (1830-1908) English

see Lehmann, Amelia

Leighton, Kenneth (1929-1988) English

An Easter sequence: for boys' or female v. & organ w. opt. trumpet {OUP : 02/073}

Et resurrexit Op. 49: theme, fantasy and fugue {Novello : organ 40/143-1}

Lemaigre, Edmond (1849-1890) French

Douze pièces pour orgue {Alphonse Leduc : 40/144}

Lemare, Edwin Henry (1865-1934) English-American

Allegretto in B minor {Novello : organ 40/146-3}

Andantino in D flat {Novello : organ 40/146-1 : 2 copies}

Finale aus der Symphonie No. 5 Op. 95 'From the New World' (arr. E. H. Lemare) [Dvorák-Lemare] {Simrock : organ 40/087-1}

Humoreske Op. 101 No. 7 (arr. E. H. Lemare) [Dvorák-Lemare] {Simrock : organ 40/087-2}

Lohengrin. Prelude to 3rd Act and Bridal music (transc. Edwin H. Lemare) [Wagner-Lemare] {Schott : organ 40/260-4(16)}

Moonlight and roses {Francis, Day & Hunter : 17/338-1 : 2 copies}

Overture in C (In memoriam) (transc. Edwin H. Lemare) [Sullivan-Lemare] {Novello : organ 40/241}

Parsifal. Good Friday music (transc. Edwin H. Lemare) [Wagner-Lemare] {Schott : organ 40/260-4(14)}

Parsifal. Prelude to 3rd Act (transc. Edwin H. Lemare) [Wagner-Lemare] {Schott : organ 40/260-4(13)}

Pastorale in E {Novello : organ 40/146-2}

Das Rheingold. Walhall scene (transc. Edwin H. Lemare) [Wagner-Lemare] {Schott : organ 40/260-4(32)}

Der Ritt der Walküren (transc. Edwin H. Lemare) [Wagner-Lemare] {Schott : organ 40/260-4(28) #p'copied with permission}

Lemon, Laura (1866-1924) Canadian

Auld Scotland: song (set to an old Gaelic air) (words by Alexander Grant) {Boosey : 16/050-3 [15]}

My ain folk: ballad of home (words by Wilfrid Mills) {Boosey : 17/339 : 4 copies : c) [No. 3 in] G a,b) No. 3 in F d) No. 2 in F }

A wee bit o' heather: song (words by Alexander Grant) {Boosey : 16/050-3 [14] : No. 2 in F }

Leonard, Conrad (1898-2003)

I'm in love with a song (words by Carroll Levis) {Lawrence Wright : 17/339.5 : No. 2 in C }

Léonard, Hubert (1819-1890) Belgian

Pastorale Op. 57 no. 9 {Schott : violin & piano set 28/031.1(9)}

Leonard, John (1899-1956) American

see Little, Jack (pseud.)

Leoncavallo, Ruggiero (1858-1919) Italian

Mattinata (parole e musica R. Leoncavallo) {Gramophone Italy : 2 flutes 17/340-2 : No. 2 sop./ten. (E) }

Pagliacci (Punchinello): [musical drama] {06/024}

Pagliacci - selection {Ricordi : p. solo 16/020(12) [5]}

Prologue {from Pagliacci) (words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/340-1 : 3 copies : a,c) low (Bb) b) high (C) }

'Tis the day (Mattinata) (words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. trans. Frederic E. Weatherly) {Ricordi : 17/340-2.2 : No. 2 in D }

Leoni, Franco (1864-1949?) Italian

The lark: song (words by G. Hubi Newcombe) {Boosey : 10/045-5[14]}

Too late: rondeau (words by Adela Wilkins) {Boosey : 10/045-5[13]}

When he comes home: song (words by Maurice Maeterlinck; Eng. version Fred G. Bowles) {Chappell : 17/341 : No. 2 in E }

Leopold, R.

The Tweedale quadrilles {Moffatt : p. solo 16/050-2 [16]}

Leppard, Raymond (1927- English

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

Leslie, Henry David (1822-1896) English

Annabelle Lee: song (words by Edgar Poe) {Cramer : 17/342 : [No. 2] in G (orig.) }

Leslie, Henry T. English

The four jolly smiths: right jovial song (written by J. Louis Rockliffe) {Leonard : 17/342.5 : No. 2 in Bb }

Leslie-Smith, Kenneth (d. 1993) English

One love for ever (words by James Dryenforth) {Boosey : 17/343 : No. 1 in G }

Leva, Enrico de (1867-1955) Italian

'E spingole frangese: canzone popolare per Piedigrotta 1888 (versi di S. di Giacomo) {Ricordi : 10/045-5[15]}

Levey, Richard Michael [=Richard Michael O'Shaughnessy] (1811-1899) Irish

Second collection of the dance music of Ireland: national jigs, reels hornpipes, etc [92 pieces] {Jefferys : p. solo 20/144-1(2)}

Levine, Evelyn Danzig (1902-1996) American

see Danzig, Evelyn

Leweck, Gustave Wilhelm (1848-1915) American

see Williams, Gus

Lewis, F W

The Princess of Lochlann: legend for mixed choir, bar. & sop. soli (words by Harold Boulton) {Bosworth : 01/054.8}

Lewis, Sidney

Roses remind me of you: song (written by Eric Graham) {Marks : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/343.5}

Ley, Henry (1887-1962) English

Fantasia in F minor and major for a mechanical organ (ed. & arr. Henry G. Ley) [Mozart-Ley] {Novello : 40/175-1}

Passacaglia 'Death of Falstaff' (arr. Henry Ley) [Walton-Ley] {OUP : organ 40/264-2}

Savernake, or The Professor's Dilemma: fairy play (words by Evelyn Ley) {Oxford : child. v. 07/019}

Liadov, Anatoly (1855-1914) Russian

see Lyadov, Anatoly

Liddle, Samuel (1867-1951) English

Abide with me: favorite sacred song ([words by Henry Francis Lyte] arr. Percy Newman) [Liddle-Newman] {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/344-1.1}

Abide with me: sacred song (words by Henry Francis Lyte) {16/050-4 [17] : No. 2 in Db }

Abide with me: sacred song (words by Henry Francis Lyte) {Boosey : 17/344-1 : 6 copies : No. 2 in Db b,d) No. 1 in C c) No. 2 in E e,f) No. 3 in Eb }

The garden where the praties grow: old Irish melody {Stainer & Bell : 17/344-4}

God is our refuge and strength: sacred song (words from Psalm 46) {Boosey : 17/344-2 : No. 2 in D }

How lovely are thy dwellings: sacred song (words from Psalm 84) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/344-3 : 2 copies : d,e) No. 1 in C }

Lidgey, Charles Albert (d. 1924) English

A widow bird state mourning: Archy's song (words by Shelley) {Cary : 17/344.5 : No. 2 in E min }

Liebling, Estelle (1880-1970) American

C'est bien l'air (That's the tune) {from L'Etoile du Nord}: with special cadenza for col. v. & 2 flutes (arr. Estelle Liebling) [Meyerbeer-Liebling] {Schirmer : 17/400-1 : 2 copies}

Diva bravura: coloratura & operatic arias for soprano, vol. 2: [19 songs] (ed. etc Estelle Liebling) {Schirmer : 11/034}

Invitation to the dance: for coloratura v. with flute ad lib. (words by Leonard Liebling; arr. Estelle Liebling) [Weber-Liebling] {Schirmer : set 17/567-1.1}

Lieurance, Thurlow Weed (1878-1963) American

By the waters of Minnetonka: Indian love song (w. violin or flute accomp., ad lib.) (words by J. M. Cavanass) {Chappell : 17/345 : a) No. 2 in G }

Liftl, Franz J. (1864-1932) Austrian

Das Glöckchen des Eremiten (arr. Franz J. Liftl) [Maillart-Liftl] {Bosworth : p. duet 22/060-2(4)[2]}

Der Kalif von Bagdad (arr. Franz J. Liftl) [Boieldieu-Liftl] {Bosworth : p. duet 22/060-2(4)[4]}

Lustspiel-Ouverture (arr. Franz J. Liftl) [Kéler-Béla-Liftl] {Bosworth : p. duet 22/060-2(4)[1]}

Ouverturen-Album, Bd 4: [5 p. duets] (arr. Franz J. Liftl) {Bosworth : 22/060-2(4)}

  1. Kéler-Béla 2. Maillart 3. Rossini 4. Boieldieu 5. Schubert

Rosamunde (arr. Franz J. Liftl) [Schubert-Liftl] {Bosworth : p. duet 22/060-2(4)[5]}

Wilhelm Tell (arr. Franz J. Liftl) [Rossini-Liftl] {Bosworth : p. duet 22/060-2(4)[3]}

Lincke, Paul (1866-1946) German

Favourite valses of yesterday and today {Hawkes : p. solo 21/216.5}

Lind, Gustave

Fireside dreams {Augener : p. solo 21/217}

  1. Told by the firelight 2. Dimple-chin 3. The moonbird 4. Glowing logs 5. In the still woodland

Lindberg, Oskar (1887-1955) Swedish

Gammal fäbodpsalm från Dalarna: old tune from Dalecarlia {Wilhelm Hansen : organ 40/149}

Lindsay, M. (Miss) [=Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss] (1827-1898) English

The Bridge: [song] (written by H W Longfellow) {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-3 [17] : key=Eb }

Far away: song (poetry from Summer Songs of Country Life by M. Lindsay (Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss)) {Robert Cocks : 10/045-4[17]}

Linley, George (1798-1865) English

Little Nell: song (words by Charlotte Young) {16/050-5 [ 8]}

Linley, Thomas, Sr (1732-1795) English

Still the lark finds repose: song (the air by Thomas Linley (from 'The Spanish Rivals')) {Augener : 17/295-2 : Key Bb (Eb to Ab) }

Linley, William (1771-1835) English

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

Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) Hungarian

Années de pèlerinage {p. solo 21/218-4}

Années de pèlerinage 'Italie' {p. solo 21/218-4(2)}

Années de pèlerinage 'Suisse' {p. solo 21/218-4(1)}

Années de pèlerinage 'Venezie e Napoli' {p. solo 21/218-4(3)}

Au bord d'une source {p. solo 21/218-6}

Auf Flügeln des Gesanges [from Mendelssohn] [Mendelssohn-Liszt] {p. solo 21/218-6.5}

Ave Maria (transc. F. Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {p. solo 21/218-7}

Ballade No. 2 {p. solo 21/218-8}

La campanella (arr. Paganini) [Liszt-Paganini] {p. solo 21/218-1[1]}

La campanella (arr. Paganini) [Liszt-Paganini] {Augener : p. solo 21/219-1 : 2 copies}

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

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

Consolations: six poetical pieces {Joseph Williams : p. solo 21/219-3.1}

Consolations {Augener : p. solo 21/219-3 : 2 copies}

Consolations No. 6 {p. solo 21/219-3(6) : 2 copies}

Devotion: Liebeslied (arr. Liszt) [Schumann-Liszt] {p. solo 21/219-4}

Dreams of love (Liebesträume): three nocturnes (Berners edition) {Joseph Williams : p. solo 21/220-1 (c)}

Eglogue {from Années de Pèlerinage 'Suisse'} {p. solo 21/218-5(1.7) : 2 copies}

Einzug der Gäste auf Wartburg {from Tannhäuser} (transc. F. Liszt) [Wagner-Liszt] {Breitkopf & Härtel : p. solo 21/372-7}

Erlkönig (Lied von F. Schubert) {p. solo 20/014[11]}

Es muss ein Wunderbares sein {17/346-1}

Etude de concert in F {p. solo 21/219-5.4}

Etude in D flat (Un sospiro) {p. solo 21/219-5.3 (a)}

Etudes de concert {p. solo 21/219-5}

Etudes de concert No. 3 (Un sospiro) (ed. E. Pauer) [Liszt-Pauer] {Augener : p. solo 21/219-5.3 (b)}

Fantasia and fugue on BACH [ed. C. H. Trevor] {Novello : 40/150-2}

Fantasia: The Wanderer Op. 15 (ed. Franz Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {Augener : p. solo 21/328-3.4 (a)}

Favourite pianoforte pieces: [8 pieces] {Alfred Lengnick : 21/218}

Geharnischte Lieder: nach den Männer-Chorgesängen {p. solo 21/219-7}

  1. Vor der Schlacht 2. Nicht gezagt 3. Es rufet Gott uns mahnend

Grand galop chromatique Op. 12 {p. solo 21/219-8}

Hark! hark! the lark (arr. Elsie Horne) [Schubert-Liszt-Horne] {Chappell/Murdoch : p. duo set 22/045-3 : 2 copies}

Hungarian fantasia: 2nd piano arr. Hans von Bülow (ed. & fing. Thomas F. Dunhill) [Liszt-Bülow] {Augener : p. duo 22/025.3}

Irrlichter {p. solo 21/219-6(5)}

It must a wondrous rapture be (Es muss ein Wunderbares sein) {17/346-3}

Liebestraum: a dream of love (Berners edition) {Banks : p. solo 21/220-1.0}

Liebestraum: for violin or cello solo w. p. accomp. (arr. Ernest Reeves) [Liszt-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : set 28/031.2 #inc. sep. violin and cello parts}

Liebestraum (Dream of love) (Ital. version Tito Schipa, Eng. version Lawrence Lipton) {Keith, Prowse : 17/346-4}

Liebesträume: Notturno Nr 1 (Hohe Liebe) {Breitkopf : p. solo 21/220-1.1}

Liebesträume: Notturno Nr 2 (Seliger Tod) {Breitkopf : p. solo 21/220-1.2 (b)}

Liebestraum No. 2 in E: notturno (ed. Eric Grant) {ABRSM : p. solo 21/220-1.2 (a)}

Liebestraum (A dream of love) [Nocturne No. 3 in A flat] {Duff, Stewart : p. solo 21/220-1.3 (c)}

Liebestraum (Nocturne No. 3 in A flat) {Augener : p. solo 21/220-1.3 (b)}

Liebestraum (Nocturne No. 3 in A flat) (ed. Aug. Schmid-Lindner) {Schott : p. solo 21/220-1.3 (a)}

Liebesträume (Dreams of love): three nocturnes (Guildhall edition) {Walsh, Holmes : p. solo 21/220-1.4}

Liebesträume (Dreams of love) (ed. O. Thümer) {Augener : p. solo 21/220-1 (a,b) : 2 copies}

  1. Hohe Liebe 2. Seliger Tod 3. O Lieb'

Liebesträume Nos. 1-3 {p. solo 21/218-1[3]}

  1. Ab 'Hohe Liebe' 2. E 'Seliger Tod' 3. Ab 'O Lieb'

Lieder, vol. 1: [10 songs] (transc. Franz Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {Augener : 09/169-6(1)}

Liszt-D'Albert album, vol. 1: [11 selected] piano compositions (rev. &c Eugen d' Albert) {Edwin Ashdown : 21/218(1)}

Liszt-D'Albert album, vol. 2: [12 selected] piano compositions (rev. &c Eugen d' Albert) {Edwin Ashdown : 21/218(2)}

Die Lorelei {p. solo 21/220-2}

The Loreley (Die Lorelei) (words by Heinrich Heine) {Schuberth : 17/346-2}

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

Marche de Rakoczy {p. solo 21/220-3}

Oeuvres d'orgue, 1re Suite (transc. Franz Liszt) [Bach-Liszt] {Durand : p. solo 21/015- 0.4[4]}

Oeuvres d'orgue, 2e Suite (transc. Franz Liszt) [Bach-Liszt] {Durand : p. solo 21/015- 0.4[5]}

Paganini-Etüde Nr. 5 {p. solo 21/220-4(5)}

Paganini-studies Bk 2 Nos. 4-6 (ed. E. Dannreuther) {Augener : p. solo 21/220-4(4-6)}

Pastorale {from Années de Pèlerinage 'Suisse'} {p. solo 21/218-5(1.3)}

Polonaise No. 1 in C minor {p. solo 21/220-5(1)}

Polonaise No. 2 (E dur) {Simrock : p. solo 21/220-5.2 (b)}

Polonaise No. 2 in E {p. solo 21/220-5.2 (a)}

Praeludium und Fugue über BACH: für die Orgel {40/150}

Quatrième valse oublié {p. solo 21/221-7}

Rêves d'amour (Liebesträume): [3 nocturnes] (rev. S. Riéra) {Durand & Fils : p. solo 21/220-1.5}

Rhapsodie espagnole {p. solo 21/221-1}

Rhapsodie hongroise No. 2 {Walsh, Holmes : p. solo 21/221-2( 2) (a) (d) : 2 copies}

Rhapsodie hongroise No. 2 {Augener : p. solo 21/221-2( 2) (b) (c) : 2 copies}

Rhapsodie hongroise No. 4 {p. solo 21/221-2( 4)}

Rhapsodie hongroise No. 5/6 {p. solo 21/221-2( 5-6)}

Rhapsodie hongroise No. 12 {p. solo 21/221-2(12)}

Rhapsodies hongroises Nos. 1-8 {p. solo 21/218-1[2]}

Rhapsodies hongroises Nos. 9-15 {p. solo 21/218-1[4]}

Rhapsodies hongroises vol. 2 (Nos. 9-15) {Edwin Ashdown : p. solo 21/221-8(2)}

Ricordanza in A flat major {p. solo 21/219-6(3)}

Rigoletto de Verdi: paraphrase de concert pour piano (rev. E. Pauer) [Liszt-Pauer] {Augener : 21/221-9}

Eine Sammlung wenig bekannter Klavierstücke (leicht bis mittelschwer): [12 pieces] ([sel. & ed.] Bruno Hinze-Reinhold) {Peters : 21/218-2}

Ständchen (Serenade) (transc. F. Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {Augener : p. solo 21/221-3}

Sonata in B minor ([arr.] O. Thümer) {Augener : p. solo 21/221-3.5}

Ständchen (transc. F. Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {p. solo 21/221-4}

3 concert studies (ed. Edward Dannreuther) {Augener : p. solo 21/219-5.1 : 2 copies}

  1. Il Lamento 2. Etude in F minor 'La Leggierezza' 3. Etude in D flat 'Un Sospiro'

Twenty compositions (.) {Edwin Ashdown : p. solo 21/218-3.5}

Twenty-one short piano pieces (ed. Howard Ferguson) {ABRSM : 21/218-3}

2 concert studies {Augener : p. solo 21/219-5.2 : 2 copies}

  1. Waldesrauchen 2. Gnomenreigen

Valse-impromptu {Augener : p. solo 21/221-5 : 2 copies}

Valse oubliée {p. solo 21/221-6 : 3 copies}

Wagner-Liszt album: selection of favourite pieces from Wagner's operas (ed. E. Pauer) [Wagner-Liszt] {Augener : p. solo 21/372-5}

Das Wandern (Wandering) (transc. Franz Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {Augener : p. solo 21/328-13}

Will o' the wisp {p. solo 21/219-6(5)}

Litolff, Henry (1818-1891) French

Le Barbier de Séville ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Rossini-Litolff] {Litolff (Enoch) : p. solo 21/308-3}

Cosi fan tutte (Weibertreue): opéra-comique ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Mozart-Litolff] {Henry Litolff : p. solo 02/014-1[3]}

Don Juan ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Mozart-Litolff] {Litolff (Enoch) : p. solo 21/254-1.5}

Figaro's Hochzeit (Les Noces de Figaro): opéra-comique ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Mozart-Litolff] {Henry Litolff : p. solo 02/014-1[2]}

Messe solennelle en Ré majeur Op.123: [for SATB soli & chor.] ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Beethoven-Litolff] {Henry Litolff : 02/014-1[1]}

Ouvertures célèbres ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Bellini-Litolff] {Henry Litolff : p. solo 02/014-1[4]}

Ouvertures célèbres de Donizetti, Méhul & Paër {Litolff (Enoch) : p. solo 21/224-1 #lacks all after p.64}

Preciosa ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Weber-Litolff] {Litolff (Enoch) : p. solo 21/376-6}

Les Puritains (I puritani) ([arr. Henry Litolff]) [Bellini-Litolff] {Henry Litolff : p. solo 02/014-1[5]}

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

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

Scherzo {from Concerto symphonique No. 4} (transc. Harry Dexter) [Litolff-Dexter] {Keith, Prowse : p. solo 21/224-2}

Little, Jack [=John Leonard] (1899-1956) American

Hold me (by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim & Ira Schuster) [Little / Oppenheim / Schuster] {Campbell, Connelly : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/348}

Livingston, Jay (1915-2001) American

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

Lloyd Webber, Andrew (1948- English

see Webber, Andrew Lloyd

Lloyd Webber, Julian (1951- English

see Webber, Julian Lloyd

Lloyd Webber, William (1914-1982) English

see Webber, William Lloyd

Loam, Arthur S. (1898-1976) English

Negro spirituals: [14 songs] (arr. Arthur S. Loam) {Lawrence Wright : 10/061-2}

Lobanoff, Loris

Berceuse in F {Phillips & Page : p. solo 16/050-2 [14]}

Locatelli, Pietro (1695-1764) Italian

Concerto grosso F major Op. 7 No. 12 (ed. Newell Jenkins) {Eulenburg : min. sc. 04/014.8}

Locknane, Clement English

Ah! Let me dream: song (words by Harry Paulton) {Mathias & Strickland : 16/050-4 [23] : No. 3 in G }

Loder, Edward James (1813-1865) English

The diver: song (words by G. Douglas Thompson) {Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/349.5}

Loeb, John Jacob (1910-1970) American

Masquerade: waltz song (lyric by Paul Francis Webster) {Leo. Feist : 17/350}

Loeillet, Jean Baptiste (1680-1730) Belgian

Quintet in B minor: for two flutes, two treble recorders and basso continuo [Loeillet-Schroeder] {Bärenreiter : set 36/051.7 #a) Fl. di voce 1 only}

Sonate (arr. Carl Schroeder) [Loeillet-Schroeder] {Augener : cello & piano set 33/042}

Loesser, Frank Henry (1910-1969) American

Guys and dolls: [musical] (lyrics by Frank Loesser) {Edwin Morris : 07/020-1}

On a slow boat to China (words and music by Frank Loesser) {Edwin Morris : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/350.5-1 : 2 copies}

Wonderful Copenhagen {from Hans Christian Andersen} ([words and music] by Frank Loesser) {Edwin Morris : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/350.5-2}

Loewe, Frederick (1901-1988) Austrian-American

Brigadoon: musical play (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner) {Sam Fox : 07/021-3 : 3 copies #c) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Brigadoon: musical (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : libr. 03/078-1 : 2 copies #b) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Brigadoon {from Brigadoon} (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner) {Sam Fox : 17/351-2.1 : 2 copies}

I could have danced all night {from My Fair Lady} (words by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.1}

My fair lady: musical (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : 07/021-1 : 2 copies #b) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

My fair lady: musical (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner) {Penguin : libr. 03/078-2}

Paint your wagon: musical play (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : 07/021-2}

Thank Heaven for little girls {from Gigi} (words by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : 17/351-3.1}

With a little bit of luck {from My Fair Lady} (words by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.2 : 2 copies}

Wouldn't it be loverly {from My Fair Lady} (words by Alan Jay Lerner) {Chappell : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.3}

Logan, Felicity (fl. 1928) English

Flowr delice,: carol (words from the Balliol M.S. of Richard Hill) {Stainer & Bell : choir 01/055.8}

Logan, Frederic Knight (1871-1928) American

Missouri waltz {Chappell : p. solo 21/224.5 : 2 copies}

Löhr, Frederic Nicholls (1844-1888) English

Out on the Deep (words by Samuel K. Cowan) {Enoch & Sons : 17/351.5 : No. 1 in A }

Löhr, Hermann Frederic (1872-1944) English

Chorus, gentlemen!: song (words by Mark Ambient) {Chappell : 17/352- 1 : No. 1 in F }

The day is done: duet (words by Longfellow) {Chappell : 18/087 : No. 1 low }

Give: sacred song (words by Isobel C. Clarke) {Chappell : 17/352- 2 : No. 3 in F }

I dream of a garden of sunshine (words by Edward Teschemacher) {Chappell : 17/352- 3 : No. 2 in Eb }

Little grey home in the west: song (words by D. Eardley-Wilmot) {Chappell : 17/352- 4 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C }

The little Irish girl: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {Chappell : 17/352- 5 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in C c) No. 1 in Bb }

Only one word: song (words by D. Eardley-Wilmot) {Chappell : 17/352- 6 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in D b) No. 2 in Eb }

Roadways: song (words by John Masefield) {Chappell : 17/352- 8 : No. 2 in Eb }

Temples of the forest: song (words by D. Eardley-Wilmot) {Chappell : 17/352- 7}

Two little Irish songs (words by 1. Edwin Hamilton 2. Samuel Lover) {Chappell : 17/352-10 : med. v. }

  1. To my first love 2. You'd better ask me

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {Chappell : 17/352- 9 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb }

Longmire, John (1902-1986) English

Reverie {Boosey & Hawkes : oboe & piano set 36/051.8}

Longo, Alessandro (1864-1945) Italian

Sonata L. 23 in mi per pianoforte (arr. Alessandro Longo) [Scarlatti-Longo] {Ricordi : p. solo 21/320-7}

Longstaffe, Ernest English

Gentlemen, good-night!: song (words by Edward Lockton) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/354-4 : No. 2 in D }

Here come the Guards: song (words and music Ernest Longstaffe) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/354-2 : No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in A }

Oh Sarah! Oh 'Enery!: humorous ('yokel') duet for lady & gentleman {Reynolds : 18/089}

When the sergeant major's on parade: song (words and music Ernest Longstaffe) {Chappell : 17/354-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in A }

Where's the sergeant?: song (words and music Ernest Longstaffe) {Chappell : 17/354-3 : all) No. 1 in G }

Lonsdale, Eva

Chanson mauresque (transc. I. B. Poznanski) [Lonsdale-Poznanski] {violin & piano set 28/065-3(8) #p. cond. only}

Lott, Edwin Matthew English

Andante {Edwin Ashdown : organ 40/151( 1)}

L'ange gardien {Edwin Ashdown : organ 40/151(14)}

Lotti, Antonio (1667-1740) Italian

Misa a tres voces iguales: [unaccomp.] {Boileau : 02/074}

Pur dicesti (O bocca bella): romanza {Lonsdale : 10/045-5[19]}

Loughborough, Raymond (d. 1967) Irish

By the light of the moon (words by Fred Weatherly) {Chappell : 17/356-1 : No. 2 in D }

The silver swan: song (Anon.) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/356-3}

A song in the night: song w. violin obbl. (words by Charles G. Mortimer) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/356-2 : No. 1 in Eb }

Louiguy [=Louis Guglielmi] (1916-1991) Spanish

La vie en rose (Take me to your heart again) (Eng. lyric by Frank Eyton; Fre. by Edith Piaf) {Noel Gay : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/238-1}

Louis XIII, King of France (1601-1643) French

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

Lovell, Katharine

The train {from Three summer sketches}: for violoncello or bassoon & pianoforte {Elkin : set 33/044(2)}

Lover, Samuel (1797-1868) Anglo-Irish

Barney O'Hea: Irish ballad (written & composed by Samuel Lover) {Chappell : 16/050-4 [24]}

Low, Betty Scottish

Baldovan set dances: jig, reel, strathspey (arr. Ian MacLeish) [Low-MacLeish] {Mozart Allan : p. solo 20/213}

Lowry, Tony

Pizzicato polka {Paxton : p. duo set 22/052-3}

Lowthian, Caroline (19th c.) English

Gates of the West: song (words by A[melia] L[ehmann]) {16/050-3 [26] : [No. 1 in] D }

Gates of the West: song (written by A[melia] L[ehmann]) {Chappell : 10/045-4[24] : [No. 2] in F }

Lubbock, Mark (1898-1986) English

The whispering poplar: song (lyric by Christopher Hassall) {Schott : 17/358}

Lucantoni, Giovanni (1825-1902) Italian

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): voc. duet (mez. & bar.) (orig. M. Marcello; Eng. words Theo. Marzials) {Ricordi : 18/091 : No. 3 in Eb }

Lucas, Clarence (1866-1947) Canadian

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

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

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

Lukás, Zdenek (1928-2007) Czech

Concerto grosso [no. 1 Op. 36]: [for solo str. quart. and str. orch.] {orch. sc. 42/021.5}

Cultus amoris: [cantata written for the 1978 International Festival of Youth Orchestras (Aberdeen)] {SATB choir chor. sc. Special}

Lully, Jean-Baptiste (1632-1687) Italian-French

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis} (Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]) [Lully-Lehmann] {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/337-3 : No. 1 in Eb }

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis} (Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]) [Lully-Lehmann] {Boosey : 10/087[16] : a) No. 1 in Eb }

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

Lutoslawski, Witold (1913-1994) Polish

Dance preludes for clarinet and piano {Chester : set 36/052}

Luzzi, Luigi (1826-1876) Italian

Ave Maria Op. 80 (Eng. version H. Millard) {Schirmer : 17/360}

Lyadov, Anatoly (1855-1914) Russian

Mazurka Op. 3 No. 3 in C major {p. solo 21/216-1}

Preludes, trifles & other pieces (ed. Lionel Salter) {ABRSM : p. solo 21/216-3 #a) lacks pp. 9-12}

Une tabatière à musique Op. 32: valse-badinage {p. solo 21/216-2}

Lyon, James (1872-1949) English

12 selected pieces by Russian composers: arr. for the organ (arr. James Lyon) {Edwin Ashdown : organ 40/031- 3}

365 works by 126 composers, with 12 arrangers or second composers and 11 cross-references

Powered by PHP/MySQL

NESMS
 
"
Email Us Now
 

or call us on
 
  +44 (0)1224 649685