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Monday 17th February 2020

Search limited to 'Quilter'

Quilter, Roger (1877-1953) English

April Op. 14 No. 2 (words by William Watson) {Boosey : 09/147-3[2]}

At a country fair Op. 16 no. 3 {Schirmer : p. solo 21/287-1 #photocopy - for reference only}

Autumn evening Op. 14 No. 1 (words by Arthur Maquarie) {Boosey : 09/147-3[1]}

Blow, blow, thou Winter wind Op. 6 No. 3 {Boosey & Hawkes : 09/147-2[3]}

By a fountainside Op. 12 No. 6 {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics}: song (words by Ben Jonson) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462-14 : In Bb minor }

Come away Death Op. 6 No. 1 {Boosey & Hawkes : 09/147-2[1]}

Come Lady-Day (words by May Pemberton) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/462- 7}

Country pieces Op. 27 {Winthrop Rogers : p. solo 21/287-3}

  1. Shepherd song 2. Goblins 3. Forest lullaby 4. Pipe and tabor

Cuckoo song Op. 15 no. 1 (words by Alfred Williams) {Boosey : 17/462- 1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in D }

Daybreak {from Three Songs of William Blake} Op. 20 No. 3 {Winthrop Rogers : 17/462-10 : high v.: A }

Drink to me only with thine eyes (words by Ben Jonson) {Winthrop Rogers : 10/087[ 7] : a) low v. }

Drink to me only with thine eyes (words by Ben Jonson) {Winthrop Rogers : 17/462- 2 : 2 copies : b) low v. }

Drooping wings: song (words by Edith Sterling-Levis) {Chappell : 17/462-11 : No. 2 in B min }

Fair house of joy {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics} Op. 12 no. 7: song (Anon.) {Boosey : 17/462- 3 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in Db }

Fairy lullaby (words & music by Roger Quilter) {Chappell : 17/462-19 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Ab c) No. 3 in Bb }

Five Shakespeare songs (2nd set) Op. 23 {Boosey : 10/076[4]}

  1. Fear No More . . . 2. Under the Greenwood Tree 3. It was a Lover and his Lass 4. Take, O Those Lips Away 5. Hey Ho . . .

Four songs Op. 14 {Boosey : 09/147-3 : a) No. 1 low v. }

  1. Autumn evening 2. April 3. A last year's rose 4. Song of the blackbird

The fuchsia tree Op. 25 No. 2: song (old Manx ballad) {Winthrop Rogers : 17/462-12 : 2 copies : a) low in A min b) high in C# min }

Go, lovely rose [Op. 24 no. 3] (poem by Edmund Waller) {Chappell : 17/462- 8 : 3 copies : a,c) No. 2 in F b) [in F] #b) is p'copy}

I will go with my father a-ploughing {from Three Pastoral Songs} Op. 22 No. 1 (words by Joseph Campbell) {Elkin : 17/462-20(1) : a) No. 2 in Bb }

It was a lover and his lass Op. 23 No. 3: duet (sop. & contr.) (words by Shakespeare) {Boosey & Hawkes : 18/127-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 3 [in F] }

June: song (words by Nora Hopper) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462-15 : a) No. 1 in D }

A last year's rose Op. 14 No. 3 (words by W. E. Henley) {Boosey : 09/147-3[3]}

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé} (words by Rodney Bennett) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/462- 9 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in E }

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé}: duet (mez. & bar.) (words by Rodney Bennett) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 18/127-2 : No. 1 in Dmin }

Love's philosophy Op. 3 No. 1: song (words by Shelley) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462- 4 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 3 in F }

Love's philosophy: song (words by Shelley) {Boosey : 10/076[6] : a) No. 1 in C (low v.) }

Non nobis, Domine: chor. for mixed v. (SATB) w. orch. or p. accomp. (words by Rudyard Kipling) {Boosey & Hawkes : 01/038[7] : 3 copies}

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (words by Tennyson) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462 -5 : 4 copies : a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in Gb }

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (words by Tennyson) {Boosey : 10/089[ 2] : a) No. 1 in D }

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (words by Tennyson) {Boosey : 10/045-6[16] : No. 1 in D }

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (words by Tennyson) {Boosey : 10/045-6[17] : No. 3 in F }

O mistress mine {from Three Shakespeare songs} Op. 6 No. 2: song (words by Shakespeare) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462- 6 : 3 copies : a-c) No. 1 in Eb }

O Mistress mine Op. 6 No. 2 {Boosey & Hawkes : 09/147-2[2]}

Over the mountains {from Old English Songs}: song (words from Percy's Reliques) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462-16 : 2 copies : a,b) high v. [in A] }

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

Seven Elizabethan lyrics {Boosey : 10/089[ 1] : a) low v. }

Song of the blackbird Op. 14 No. 4 (words by W. E. Henley) {Boosey : 09/147-3[4]}

Spring is at the door Op. 18 No. 4: song for med. v. & piano (words by Nora Hopper) {Elkin : 17/462-21(4)}

Summer evening Op. 16 no. 2 {Schirmer : p. solo 21/287-2 #photocopy - for reference only}

Three Shakespeare songs (1st set) Op. 6 {Boosey : 10/076[2]}

  1. Come Away, Death 2. O Mistress Mine 3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind

Three Shakespeare songs (1st set) Op. 6 {Boosey : 09/147-2 : b) No.1 low v. }

  1. Come Away, Death 2. O Mistress Mine 3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind

Three songs of the sea Op. 1 (words & music by Roger Quilter) {Forsyth Bros. : 09/147-1 : a) low v. }

Through the sunny garden (words by Mary Coleridge) {Elkin : 17/462-17[1] : a) low v. }

To daisies Op. 8 No. 3 {from song cycle To Julia}: song (words by Robert Herrick) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/462-13 : a) No. 1 in Bb }

To Julia Op. 8: six lyrics of Robert Herrick {Boosey : 10/076[8]}

  1. The bracelet 2. The maiden blush 3. To daisies 4. The night piece 5. Julia's hair 6. Cherry ripe

To Julia Op. 8: [song cycle] (six lyrics by Robert Herrick) {Boosey : 10/045-8.4[2] : a) No. 1 E to F# }

  Prelude, The bracelet, The maiden blush, To daisies, The night piece, Julia's hair, Interlude, Cherry ripe

Two September songs (words by Mary Coleridge) {Elkin : 17/462-17 : a) low v. }

The valley and the hill (words by Mary Coleridge) {Elkin : 17/462-17[2] : a) low v. }

When icicles hang by the wall (words by Shakespeare) {Boosey : 17/462-18 : a) No. 2 in Eb }

Who is Silvia? (poem by Shakespeare) {Boosey : 10/045-6[7] : No. 2 in F }

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