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Monday 17th February 2020

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Rachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943) Russian

Dans mon jardin je vois Op. 26 No. 10 (Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch) {Boosey & Hawkes : sop. 17/464-4}

Etudes-tableaux Op. 33 and Op. 39: [8 + 9 pieces] {p. solo 21/288-1}

The harvest of sorrow Op. 4 No. 5: mez./ bar. (words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version M. C. H. Collet) {Chester : 17/464-2}

Piano concerto 2 Op. 18 {Boosey & Hawkes : min. sc. 04/019-1}

Polchinelle Op. 3 No. 4 {Augener : p. solo 21/288-2 : 2 copies}

Prelude in C sharp minor Op. 3 No. 2 (ed. Stanley Hawley) {Alfred Lengnick : p. solo 21/288-5}

Prelude Op. 23 No. 5 {Boosey & Hawkes : p. solo 21/288-6 : 2 copies}

Prelude Op. 32 No. 5 {Hawkes & Son : p. solo 21/288-3}

Rachmaninoff-Album Bk 1: Prélude, Elégie, Sérenade, Polichinelle, Mélodie Op. 3 {Augener : p. solo 21/288(1)}

Rachmaninoff-Album Bk 2: Nocturne, Valse, Barcarolle Op. 10 {Augener : p. solo 21/288(2)}

Rapsodie sur un thème de Paganini Op. 43 {Charles Foley : p. duo 22/034-1}

Rapsodie sur un thème de Paganini Op. 43: pour piano et orchestre {Charles Foley : min. sc. 04/019-2}

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

Scherzo {from Mendelssohn's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'} [Mendelssohn-Rachmaninoff] {p. solo 21/288-4}

Second piano concerto Op. 18 {Hawkes & Son : p. duo 22/034-2}

To the children Op. 26 No. 7: song (Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch) {Hawkes & Son : 17/464-3}

Uzh ty, niva moia! (The harvest of sorrow) Op. 4 No. 5: sop./ ten. (orig.) (words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version Rosa Newmarch) {Gutheil : 17/464-1}

Valse {from Six morceaux} Op. 11 No. 4 {Gutheil : p. duet 22/034-3(4)}

Radcliffe, Desmond

Four pieces from Abdelazar, or the Moor's Revenge (arr: Desmond Radcliffe) [Purcell-Radcliffe] {Novello : organ 40/195-2}

Rae, Kenneth

Evening pastoral (words by E. Teschemacher) {Larway : 17/464.5 : No. 3 in F }

Raff, Joachim (1822-1882) Swiss

La fileuse Op. 157 No. 2: étude {Patey & Willis : p. solo 21/290-2 (b)}

La fileuse Op. 157 No. 2: étude (ed. Karl Klindworth) {Larway : p. solo 21/290-2 (a)}

Polka de la Reine Op. 95: caprice {Peters : p. solo 21/290-1}

Serenade (Ständchen): song (words by Sternau) {Leonard : 17/464.8 : No. 3 in Bb }

Stars of Earth!: song adapted (with violin or cello obbl.) to cavatina by Joachim Raff (words by Michael Watson) [Raff-Watson] {Enoch & Sons : 10/045-4[10] : No. 2 in F #no v. or cello part}

Raffy, Louis (1868-19xx) French

Meditation Op. 67: for the reed or pipe organ {45/114}

Rakhmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943) Russian

see Rachmaninov, Sergei

Rameau, Jean-Philippe (1683-1764) French

Airs (rev. Vincent d'Indy, Auguste Chapuis, Paul Dukas) [Rameau-Indy / Chapuis / Dukas] {Durand : 09/149}

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

Choeur de 'Castor et Pollux' (arr. Oskar Brückner) [Rameau-Brückner] {Augener : cello & piano set 33/054.7}

Suiten {p. solo 21/292}

Les tendres plaintes: [arr. for oboe and piano] (ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Rameau-Rothwell] {Chester : set 36/080.8 #a) score and part}

Ramsay, G Scottish

Celtic croon {Methven, Simpson : p. solo 21/292.3}

Ramsay, Harold (1901-1976) English

Her name Is Mary: song (words by Bruce Sievier & Harold Ramsay) {Chappell : 17/465-1 : No. 2 in Bb }

Ramsey, Mansell English

Peach blossom: children's operetta (written by Lilian F Ramsey) {Curwen : 07/028}

Ramskill, Robert (1950- English

All jazzed up: trombone solos in treble or bass clef w. p. accomp. (Brit. grades 3-5) {Brass Wind : set 35/070 : Treble clef }

Randall, Anthony Welsh

Do not go gentle into that goodnight: for soprano, horn & piano (setting of the Dylan Thomas poem) {set 35/071 #a) score and horn part only}

Randegger, Alberto (1832-1911) Italian

Come hither, shepherd swain: canzonet (words by the Earl of Oxford (1560)) {Novello, Ewer : 17/465.2}

Six sacred songs for contralto, Set 1 (ed. Alberto Randegger) {Novello : 12/015-4.1}

The solo music in Mendelssohn's Elijah. Bass (ed. Alberto Randegger) [Mendelssohn-Randegger] {Novello : 14/046}

Songs from Figaro Bk 1 (soprano): [3 songs] (ed. Alberto Randegger) [Mozart-Randegger] {11/015-3(1)}

  1. Porgi amor (Countess) 2. Dove sono (ditto) 3. Al desiò di chi t'adora (ditto)

Songs from Figaro Bk 2 (soprano): [4 songs] (ed. Alberto Randegger) [Mozart-Randegger] {Novello : 11/015-3(2)}

  1. Deh vieni, non tardar (Susanna) 2. Non so più cosa son (Cherubino) 3. Voi, che sapete (Cherubino) 4. Un moto di gioja (Susanna)

Ten celebrated classical songs, Ser. 2 (ed. Alberto Randegger; Eng. adapt. R.H. Elkin) {Elkin : 10/064(2) : No. 2 med./high v. }

Twelve songs from the Oratorios: soprano (ed. Alberto Randegger) [Handel-Randegger] {Novello : sop. 11/009-3 : 2 copies}

Twelve songs for a tenor voice from the Oratorios (ed. Alberto Randegger) [Handel-Randegger] {Novello, Ewer : 13/043 : 2 copies-M}

Twelve songs from the Oratorios. Baritone or bass (ed. Alberto Randegger) [Handel-Randegger] {14/038}

Raphael, Mark English

At the mid hour of night (words by Thomas Moore) {Roberton : 17/465.25}

Rapley, Felton

The twelve days of Christmas (arr. Felton Rapley) {Chappell : 17/465.3}

Rasbach, Oscar

Trees: song (words by Joyce Kilmer) {Chappell : 17/465.5 : 5 copies : a,d) No. 1 in C c,e) No. 2 in D b) No. 3 in E }

Trees: piano solo (words by Joyce Kilmer) {Chappell : 21/293 #photocopy - for reference only}

Ravanello, Oreste

Missa in honorem Sancti Josephi Calasantii Op. 63: {for 2-v. choir & organ] {Boileau : org. + voc. sc. 02/100}

Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937) French

Bolero (transc. Roger Branga) [Ravel-Branga] {Durand : p. solo 21/294-9}

Cinq mélodies populaires grecques (Five Greek folksongs) {Durand : 09/151}

Le gibet {from Gaspard de la Nuit} {p. solo 21/294-1(2) : 2 copies}

Jeux d'eau {Schott : p. solo 21/294-2 : 2 copies}

Ma mère l'oye: cinq pièces enfantines {p. solo 21/294-2.5}

Menuet extrait de la Sonatine pour Piano {Durand : p. solo 21/294-8}

Miroirs No. 2, Oiseaux tristes {p. solo 21/294-3(2)}

Miroirs No. 4, Alborado del gracioso {p. solo 21/294-3(4)}

Miroirs No. 5, La vallée des cloches {p. solo 21/294-3(5)}

L'Ondine {from Gaspard de la Nuit} (d'apres Aloysius Bertrand) {Durand : p. solo 21/294-1(1)}

Pavane pour une infante défunte {Max Eschig : clar. & piano set 36/081-1 #a) score only}

Pavane pour une infante défunte {Schott : p. solo 21/294-4 : 2 copies}

Scarbo {from Gaspard de la Nuit} {p. solo 21/294-1(3)}

Sonatine {Durand : p. solo 21/294-5 : 2 copies}

Le tombeau de Couperin: suite pour le piano (6 pièces) {Durand : 21/294-6 : 2 copies}

Valses nobles & sentimentales {Durand : p. solo 21/294-7 : 2 copies}

Rawlings, Alfred William (1860-1924) English

see Edith Fortescue

see Edward St Quentin

see White, Constance V.

Rawlings, Charles Arthur (1857-1919) English

see Theo Bonheur

see Jean Douste

see Emerson James

see Oscar Verne

Rawsthorne, Alan (1905-1971) English

Four romantic pieces {OUP : p. solo 21/296}

Ray, Lilian (d. 1949)

Always with my heart: song (words by David & Eugene Arale) {Lawrence Wright : 17/466-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in Eb (orig.) }

Read, Ezra (1862-1922) English

Cinderella waltz {Paxton : p. solo 21/297-2}

Ruby: schottische {p. solo 21/297}

Read, Harry

Mary: waltz {Paterson : p. solo 16/050-2 [ 4]}

Rebikov, Vladimir (1866-1920) Russian

Autumn thoughts Bk 1: [8] short pieces for the piano (ed. & fing. Thomas F. Dunhill) {Augener : 21/298-1(1)}

Waltz from the fairy tale 'The Christmas tree' {Chester : p. solo 21/298-2}

Redhead, Alfred Edward (1855-1937) English

Thy voice: song (words by Clifton Bingham) {Ascherberg : 10/045-9[9]}

Redman, Reginald (1892-1972) English

Folk songs from China (arr. Redman): [10 songs] (Eng. words Irene Gass & Arthur Waley) {Curwen : 10/060-5}

Te Deum: sacred song (words by Herbert J. Brandon) {Chappell : 17/467 : No. 3 in F }

Rée, Louis (1861-1939)

Andante and rondo capriccioso Op. 14 (arr. Louis Rée) [Mendelssohn-Rée] {Murdoch : p. duo set 22/026}

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

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

Reeve, Stephen (1948- English

I am a friar of orders gray (words by O'Keefe; new arr. Grenville Smart) [Reeve-Smart] {Broome : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/468}

Reeves, Ernest (d.1942)

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}

Minuet in G (arr. Ernest Reeves) [Beethoven-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : cello & piano set 33/011-2}

Minuet in G (arr. Ernest Reeves) [Beethoven-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : p. solo set 21/027-10}

On wings of song (Auf Flügeln des Gesanges) (arr. Ernest Reeves) [Mendelssohn-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : p. solo 21/236-1.5}

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

Serenade (arr. Ernest Reeves) [Schubert-Reeves] {Walsh, Holmes : cello & piano set 33/064-1}

Serenata (Come back): voc. duet (contr. & bass) (words by R. H. Elkin; arr. Ernest Reeves) [Toselli-Reeves] {Freemans : 18/169}

Reger, Max (1873-1916) German

Fantasia in G major: transcr. for p. duet (arr. Max Reger) [Bach-Reger] {Augener : 22/065[11]}

Introduktion und Passacaglia (D moll) : für Orgel {Breitkopf & Härtel : 40/203}

Neun Stücke für die Orgel Op. 129 Heft 1 [nos. 1-4] {Bote & Bock : 40/203-4(1)}

  1. Toccata 2. Fuge 3. Kanon 4. Melodia

Passacaglia in C minor: transcr. for p. duet (arr. Max Reger) [Bach-Reger] {Augener : 22/065[ 9]}

Phantasie und Fuge für Orgel über B-A-C-H (arr. August Stradal) [Reger-Stradal] {Universal : p. solo 21/298.5}

Prelude & Fugue in G major: transcr. for p. duet (arr. Max Reger) [Bach-Reger] {Augener : 22/065[ 8]}

Toccata & Fugue in E major: transcr. for p. duet (arr. Max Reger) [Bach-Reger] {Augener : 22/065[10]}

Toccata and Fugue Op. 59, Nos. 5-6 {Peters : organ 40/203-2}

Toccata & Fugue in D minor: transcr. for p. duet (arr. Max Reger) [Bach-Reger] {Augener : 22/065[ 7]}

Two cradle songs {09/152}

  1. The Virgin's Slumber Song 2. The Golden Bird

Zwölf Stücke für die Orgel Op. 59 Heft 1 [nos. 1-6] {Peters : 40/203-3(1)}

  1. Praeludium 2. Pastorale 3. Intermezzo 4. Canon 5. Toccata 6. Fuge

Zwölf Stücke für die Orgel Op. 59 Heft 2 [nos. 7-12] {Peters : 40/203-3(2)}

  7. Kyrie eleison 8. Gloria in excelsis 9. Benedictus 10. Capriccio 11. Melodia 12. Te Deum

Rehberg, Willy (1863-1937) Swiss

Concerto in D major (Coronation concerto) K 537 (arr. Willy Rehberg) [Mozart-Rehberg] {Schirmer : p. duo 22/031-8}

Reichardt, Alexander German

Love's request (Liebes Bitte): song (Eng. version Campbell Clarke) {Leonard : 17/469 : [No. 3 in] F }

Reichardt, Johann Friedrich (1752-1814) German

Freudvoll und Leidvoll Op. 2 No. 1 ('Lied von Reichardt' transc. Willmers) [Reichardt-Willmers] {Schuberth : p. solo 21/380(1)}

Reid, J. Stuart

Trilby: waltz {p. solo 21/299-1}

Reimann, Heinrich

Das deutsche geistliche Lied … nach den Quellen, Bd 3 (of 6) {Simrock : 09/153(3)}

Reinecke, Carl (1824-1910)

Duet Op. 272a {Augener : p. duo set 22/036}

3 sonatinas Op. 47 {Augener : p. solo 21/299.5}

Reinhold, Hugo (1854-1935) Austrian

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

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

Reissiger, Carl Gottlieb (1798-1859) German

Trios Op. 85 & 97 (rev. Fr. Hermann) {Peters : p. trio vn & vc set 24/027}

Reith, James Duncan (1932-2011) Scottish

Song, dance and fiddle music: [4 dances, 6 fiddle tunes, 4 songs] (words by David Rorie) {David Rorie Society : mixed sc. 26/005}

Reizenstein, Franz (1911-1968) Anglo-German

Sonatina {Hawkes : oboe & piano set 36/081.5}

Rennie, Blanche English

Hand culture: finger, hand and arm gymnastics at the piano {Bosworth : 23/052}

Respighi, Ottorino (1879-1936) Italian

Sechs kleine Stücke {Anton Benjamin : p. duet 22/036.5}

Suite from 'La Boutique Fantastique': ballet in one act (arr. Ottorino Respighi) [Rossini-Respighi] {Chester : p. solo 21/308}

Rettich, Willem

Sonatine Op. 108 {Alsbach : p. solo 21/300}

Reubke, Julius (1834-1858) German

The 94th Psalm: sonata for organ (new ed. Herbert F. Ellingford) {OUP : 40/205 : 2 copies}

The 94th Psalm: sonata for organ (new ed. Herbert F. Ellingford) {OUP : 40/205 : 2 copies}

Revell, Roland (1867-1938)

Two pieces (arr. Roland Revell) [Purcell-Revell] {Rudall Carte : flute / oboe & piano set 36/080.5-2}

  1. Air 2. Hornpipe

Reynolds, Alfred (1884-1969) English

Come then, pining, peevish lover {from Lionel and Clarissa} (arr. Alfred Reynolds) [Vinci-Reynolds] {Elkin : 17/557}

Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel (1839-1901) German

Idyl Op. 12 {Augener : p. solo 21/300.5}

Selected compositions Bk 2: [10 pieces] {Paxton : organ 40/208(2)}

Sonata no. 4 (in A minor) Op. 98 (ed. Harvey Grace) {Novello : organ 40/208-2}

Sonata no. 7 in F minor Op. 127 (ed. Harvey Grace) {Novello : organ 40/208-3}

Rheinhault, Otto

Gloria in Excelsis {from 12th Mass} (arr. Otto Rheinhault) [Mozart-Rheinhault] {Swan : p. solo 21/254-8 : 2 copies}

Rhodes, Helen Guy (1858-1936) French

see Hardelot, Guy d'

Richards, David

If I were: song (words by Philip Henry) {Boosey : 17/470 : a) No. 1 in E min }

The skipper of the "Mary Jane": [song] (words by Philip Henry) {Boosey : 17/470-2}

Richardson, Alan (1904-1978)

Grandmother's waltz {OUP : p. duo set 22/037}

Richardson, Clive (1909-1998) English

Greensleeves: song (lyric adapt. H. W.) {Chappell : 17/471}

Theme from "London Fantasia" {Lawrence Wright : p. solo 21/300.7}

Richardson, H. Forster

Vagabond lover: song (words by Gladys Morton) {Cramer : 17/471.3}

Richardson, Stephen

Trois morceaux {Hammond : p. solo 21/300.8}

  1. R

Riddell, R. S. Scottish

The Indian waltzes {p. solo 21/301}

Ridgeon, John (1944- English

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

Rieding, Oscar (1840-1918)

Concerto in B minor Op. 35 {Bosworth : cello & piano 33/055}

Riego, Teresa Clotilde del (1876-1968) English

see Del Riego, Teresa

Ries, Franz (1755-1846) German

Wiegenlied (Slumber song) Op. 33 No. 4 ([von] A. Kayser-Langerhannss) {Ries& Erler : 17/472 : 2 copies : a,b) hoch: F }

Rihm, Alexander German

Aufforderung zum Tanz (Weber-Weingartner) (Weber-Weingartner arr. Alexander Rihm) [Weber-Weingartner-Rihm] {Boosey & Hawkes : p. duo 22/058-2 : 2 copies}

Eighteen sonatas (ed. Henry Schradiek arr. Alexander Rihm) [Mozart-Rihm] {Schirmer : violin & piano set 28/033-2 : 2 copies #p. cond. only}

Rimbault, Edward Francis (1816-1876) English

Comin' thro' the rye (Rimbault: Scotch air (arr. Edward Francis Rimbault) {Chappell : p. solo 16/050-1 [1]}

Twenty-one Scotch and Jacobite songs (ed. F. Rimbault) {10/041}

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (1844-1908) Russian

Boris Godunov: narodnaia muzikal'naia drama (ed. N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov) [Mussorgsky-Rimsky-Korsakov] {Muzgiz : 06/033}

Chanson indoue {from Sadko} (arr. Fritz Kreisler) [Rimsky-Korsakov / Kreisler] {Carl Fischer : violin & piano set 28/031-9 (b)}

Chansons des marchands d'Outre-mer {from Sadko}. a) Chanson Varègue {Belaieff : p. solo 17/473-3}

Chant hindu {from Sadko} (arr. Fritz Kreisler) [Rimsky-Korsakov / Kreisler] {Schott : violin & piano set 28/031-9 (a)}

Hindu song (Song of the Hindu merchant) {from Sadko} (Eng. trans. Fanny S. Copeland) {Belaieff : 17/473-1 : 2 copies}

Hymn to the Sun (Chant au Soleil) {from Le Coq D'or}: [for sop./high sop.] (Eng. version Geo. Harris Jr & Deems Taylor) {Hawkes & Son : 17/473-2 : high sop.: A }

The rose enslaves the nightingale (Aimant la rose, le rossignol) Op. 2 no. 2: Easter song / romance orientale (M Calvocoressi; Eng.version Rosa Newmarch) {Chester : 10/045-8.1[1]}

The rose enslaves the nightingale (Aimant la rose, le rossignol) Op. 2 no. 2: Easter song / romance orientale (M Calvocoressi; Eng.version Rosa Newmarch) {Chester : 10/045-6[21]}

Le vol du bourdon (Flight of the bumble bee) {from Le Conte du Tsar Sultan} (arr. J. Strimer) [Rimsky-Strimer] {Boosey & Hawkes : p. solo 21/304-2}

Rinck, Johann Christian (1770-1846) German

Practical organ school (ed. W. T. Best) {Novello, Ewer : organ 40/210}

Ring, Montague

A noontide song (words by Fred G. Bowles) {Elkin : 17/474 : No. 2 in Ab }

Ripley, Henry (1843-1902) English

True to the core: [song] (poetry & music by Henry Ripley) {Williams : 16/050-3 [21]}

Risher, Anna Priscilla (1875-1946) American

Unto Thee, O Lord: sacred song (Psalm XXV) {Wood : 17/474.5 : [No. 1 in] Eb }

Rizzi, Alba

The house by the side of the road: song (words by Sam Walter Foss) {Keith, Prowse : 17/475}

Roberton, Hugh S. (1874-1952) Scottish

All in the April evening: part-song for SCTB (words by Katherine Tynan) {Curwen : 18/129-1}

Lewis bridal song (Mairi's wedding) {from Songs of the Isles} (words by Hugh S. Roberton) {Curwen : 17/476-1 : 4 copies}

Oh, by an' by: Negro spiritual arr. for choir (or trio) of equal voices, SSC unaccomp. {Roberton : p. voc. + sol-fa 15/052}

Songs of the Isles: [20 songs inc. three 2-part or unison songs] (words & arr. Hugh S. Roberton) {Roberton : 10/038 : 3 copies-M}

Steal away to Jesus: Negro spiritual {Curwen : SATB choir 17/476-4}

Uist tramping song (Come along) {from Songs of the Isles} (Eng. words by Hugh S. Roberton) {Curwen : 17/476-2 : 2 copies}

The wee cooper o' Fife: for mixed v. SCTB (Old Scots ballad) {Curwen : 18/129-2}

The wee toun clerk: old Scottish ballad (adapt. & arr. Hugh Roberton) {Paterson : 17/476-7 : 2 copies : all) Bb }

Westering home {from Songs of the Isles} (words by Hugh S. Roberton) {Curwen : 17/476-3 : 3 copies}

When grandpa was a little girl like me (words and music by Hugh Roberton) {Paterson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/476-5}

Whiskers (words and music by Hugh Roberton) {Paterson : SATB choir 17/476-6}

Roberts, Mervyn (1906-1990) Welsh

Four preludes for piano {Novello : 21/304.5}

Robertson, Iain Scottish

The Robertson rant: strathspey danced in square formation (mus. arr. Herbert Wiseman) {Rae,Macintosh : p. solo 20/230}

Robinson, James

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

Robinson, Stanford (1904-1984) English

To you eternally: song (words by Christopher Hassall) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/477-1 : No. 1 in C }

Roddie, William Stewart (1845-1931) Scottish

My land: song (written and composed by W. Stewart Roddie) {Bayley & Ferguson : 16/050-3 [ 1]}

Rodgers, Richard (1902-1979) American

Bali Ha'i {from South Pacific} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-4.2 : 2 copies}

The best of Rodgers & Hart: [24 songs] {Chappell : 09/155-5}

Blue moon {from With a Song in My Heart} (words by Lorenz Hart) {Robbins : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-6}

Carousel (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Chappell : 07/029-1 #marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Carousel (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : libr. 03/129-1 #marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Climb ev'ry mountain {from The Sound of Music} (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-8.2}

Do-re-mi {from The Sound of Music} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-8.1}

Falling in love with love: song (words by Lorenz Hart) {Victoria : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-2}

Hello young lovers {from The King and I} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Chappell : 17/478-1}

I'm gonna wash that man right out of my hair {from South Pacific} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-4.7}

I enjoy being a girl {from Flower Drum Song} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-5 : 2 copies}

I have confidence {from The Sound of Music} (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-8.3}

If I loved you {from Carousel} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.1 : 2 copies}

It might well be Spring {from State Fair} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-9}

June is bustin' out all over {from Carousel} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.5}

The King and I: musical play (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : 07/029-5}

Oklahoma {from Oklahoma} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-7.1}

Oklahoma song album: [5 songs] (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 09/155-2 : 2 copies}

Oklahoma!: musical play (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : 07/029-4 : 2 copies #a,b) marked up copies (W. Jolly)}

Oklahoma! (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : libr. 03/129-2}

Out of my dreams {from Oklahoma} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-7.2 : 2 copies}

Rodgers & Hammerstein song album {Williamson : 09/155-1}

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue {Chappell : p. solo 21/305}

Some enchanted evening {from South Pacific} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 17/478-4.1}

The Sound of Music (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : 07/029-3 : 2 copies}

Sound of music: [musical play] (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : libr. 03/129-4 #marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

The Sound of Music (vocal selection) (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 09/155-3 : 2 copies-M}

South Pacific: musical play (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Williamson : 07/029-2 : 2 copies #b) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

South Pacific: [musical play] (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd) {Chappell : libr. 03/129-3 #marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

South Pacific song album: [5 songs] (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : 09/155-4}

Wedding processional {from The Sound of Music} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {IMP : organ 40/215}

You'll never walk alone {from Carousel} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Williamson : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.9}

Rodwell, George Herbert (1800-1852) English

Draw the sword Scotland (words by J. R. Planché) {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[31]}

Roeckel, Joseph L.

Angus Macdonald: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {Chappell : 17/479-2 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 2 in D }

The gray mare (Three young men of Ware) {from Proverbs in Song}: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {Enoch & Sons : 17/479-1 : No. 1 in Eb }

The hours: cantata or operetta for female v. (words by Shapcott Wensley) {Novello : 01/064.5}

I couldn't, could I?: song (words by S. H. Emmens) {Enoch & Sons : 17/479-3 : No. 2 in Eb }

Roger-Ducasse, Jean-Jules (1873-1954) French

Passacaglia (transc. Roger-Ducasse) [Bach-Roger-Ducasse] {Durand : p. solo 21/015- 0.4[3]}

Requiem: [sop. & bar. w. SATB chor.] (réd. Roger Ducasse) [Fauré-Ducasse] {Hamelle : 02/042.1 : 4 copies-M}

Roitzsch, Friedrich August (1805-1889)

160 kurze Uebungen Op. 821 (rev. F. A. Roitzsch) [Czerny-Roitzsch] {Peters : p. solo 23/017-4}

Roloff, Adolf L.

Andante e scherzo {violin & piano set 28/065-3(9) #p. cond. only}

Roloff, Alex

Russian dances: [6 pieces] {Augener : p. solo 21/305.5}

World-wide favourites, old and new (sel., arr. & ed. A. Roloff) {Augener : p. solo 20/009-2}

Romberg, Andreas (1767-1821) German

Schiller's Lay of the bell (Eng. trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck) {Novello, Ewer : 01/065 : 2 copies}

Trois duos Op. 18 {Litolff (Enoch) : 2 violins 29/015}

Romberg, Sigmund (1887-1951) Hungarian-American

The Desert Song: musical play (lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II & Frank Mandel) {Chappell : 07/030-1 : 2 copies}

The Desert Song - piano selection {Chappell : 21/306-1}

Drinking song {from The Student Prince} (words by Dorothy Donnelly) {Chappell : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/480-1}

Farewell to dreams (words by Gus Kahn) {Francis, Day & Hunter : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/480-2}

The New Moon: romantic musical play {Chappell-Harms : 07/030-2}

The riff song {from The Desert Song}: quartet for TTBB (words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II) {Chappell : 18/131-1 : 3 copies}

Selection {p. solo 21/306-2}

Serenade {from The Student Prince} (words by Dorothy Donnelly) {Chappell : 17/480-3}

Souvenir album: [5 songs] {Chappell : 09/157-1}

Stout-hearted men {from The New moon} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Chappell : 17/480-4 : 2 copies}

Student prince: spectacular light opera {Chappell : 07/030-3 : 2 copies}

The Student Prince song album: [5 songs] (lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly) {Chappell : 09/157-2}

Tell me Daisy {from Blossom Time} (lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly; adapted from the music of Franz Schubert & Heinrich Berté) {Leo. Feist : voc. duet 18/131-2}

Wanting you {from The New Moon} (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Chappell : 17/480-4.9}

When I grow too old to dream (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {Francis, Day & Hunter : 17/480-5}

Romer, Frank (1810-1889)

Two angels (poetry by Longfellow) {Hammond : 10/045-4[20]}

Ronald, Landon (1873-1938) English

A cycle of life: five songs (words by Harold Simpson) {Enoch & Sons : 09/159-3 : No. 2 med. v. }

  1. Prelude 2. Down in the forest (Spring) 3. Love I have won you (Summer) 4. The winds are calling (Autumn) 5. Drift down, Drift down (Winter)

Down in the forest {from A Cycle of Life} (words by Harold Simpson) {Enoch & Sons : 17/481-2 : No. 3 in D }

Five canzonets (words by Helen Taylor) {Enoch : 09/159-1 : No. 2 med. v. }

O lovely night! {from Summertime}: song (words by Ed. Teschemacher) {Enoch & Sons : alt. & bar. 18/132 : 2 copies : a,b) duet for contr. & bar. in Bb }

O lovely night! {from Summertime} (words by Ed. Teschemacher) {Enoch & Sons : 17/481-1 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 4 in Eb }

Summertime: song-cycle (words by Ed. Teschemacher) {Enoch & Sons : bass / contr. 09/159-2 : 2 copies : No. 1 bass/contr. b) No. 2 bar./mez. }

  1. Daybreak 2. Morning 3. Evening 4. Night

Röntgen, Julius (1855-1932) Dutch

Oud-Nederlandsche (Alt-Niederländische) amoreuse liedekens Op. 29 {09/161}

Rootham, Cyril (1875-1938)

A child's prayer (words by Siegfried Sassoon) {Curwen : 17/481.1}

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

see Guy-Ropartz, Joseph Marie

Roper, Stanley

An old time tune (Souvenirs, 3) (arr. Stanley Roper) [Martin-Roper] {Enoch : organ 40/160-2(3)}

Rorie, David (1867-1946) Scottish

The lum hat wantin' the croon (written & composed by David Rorie) {Pentland : 17/481.2}

The pawkie Duke (written and composed by David Rorie) {Paterson : 17/481.2-2[2]}

Two Scots songs (written and composed by David Rorie) {Paterson : 17/481.2-2}

  1. The wifie 2. The pawkie Duke

The wifie (written and composed by David Rorie) {Paterson : 17/481.2-2[1]}

Rosas, Juventino (1868 Mexican

Sobre las olas [waltz]: cello part only {cello 33/085[2]}

Rose, Vincent (1880-1944) Italian-American

Blueberry hill (lyrics by Al Lewis & Larry Stock) {Victoria : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3}

Whispering: song (words & music by John Schoenberger, Richard Coburn and Vincent Rose) {Darewski : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3-2 : a) No. 1 in C }

Ross, Charles

Gigue in C (arr. Charles Ross) [Bach-Ross] {OUP : p. duo set 22/003-14 #lacks Piano 2 score}

Ross, Jerry

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

The pajama game: musical comedy (lyrics by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross) [Adler / Ross] {Frank : 07/001 : 2 copies}

Rosse, Frederick (1867-1940) English

Suite Gabrielle {Hawkes : p. solo 21/307}

Rossi, Francesco (fl. 1670-1692) Italian

Ah! rendimi (Give back my love) {from Mitrane} (ed. Edgardo Lêvi) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/481.5}

Rossini, Gioacchino (1792-1868) Italian

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

Der Barbier von Sevilla: Oper (p. arr. Gustav Kogel) [Rossini-Kogel] {Peters : 06/047-3}

The Count Ory: comic opera {06/047-1 : 4 copies}

La danza: celebrated Neapolitan tarantelle (Eng. version Philip King) {Ricordi : 17/482-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G min b) No. 2 in A min }

Deadly slander (La Calunnia) {from The Barber of Seville}: Don Basilio's aria (Eng. text Brenda Cleather) {Ricordi : bar. 17/482-2}

L'Italiana in Algeri (The Italian girl in Algiers): comic opera {06/047-2 : 2 copies}

Largo al factotum (Figaro's song) {from The Barber of Seville} (Eng. version Percy Pinkerton) {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : ten. 17/482-3 : 2 copies : a,b) orig. (Bb) }

The little shepherdess (La pastorella): Tyrolean air (Eng. version Julian Kimbell) {Ricordi : sop. 17/482-4 : 2 copies : in C }

Messe solennelle: [for] 4 solo v. & chor. {Ricordi : 02/102-2 : 2 copies}

Ouvertures pour piano et violon {Henry Litolff : 28/075[7] #p. cond. only}

Overture {Il Barbiere di Seviglia} {Duff, Stewart : p. solo 21/308-2}

The promise (La Promessa): canzonetta (Eng. version Julian Kimbell) {Ricordi : sop. 17/482-5 : in Ab }

Une réjouissance {Faber : p. solo 21/308-4}

Selva opaca {from William Tell}: [sop. aria: Matilde (with recit. S'allontanano alfin!)] (Eng. version Lawrence Hanray; ed. Edgardo Lèvi) {International : 17/482-6}

Selva opaca, deserta brughiera {from William Tell}: [sop. aria: Matilde (with recit. S'allontanano alfin!)] {Ricordi : 17/482-7}

Stabat Mater (Tribulation): [for SSTB soli, SATB & orch.] (Eng. adapt. William Ball) {Novello, Ewer : 02/102 : 4 copies}

Stabat Mater: [for SSTB soli, SATB & orch.] {Ricordi : 02/102.1 : 2 copies}

Suite from 'La Boutique Fantastique': ballet in one act (arr. Ottorino Respighi) [Rossini-Respighi] {Chester : p. solo 21/308}

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

Rota, Nino (1911-1979) Italian

The legend of the glass mountain {Keith, Prowse : violin & piano set 28/040-1}

Take the sun: duet for sop. & ten. (words by Emery Bonett) {Keith, Prowse : 18/135}

Rothwell, Evelyn (1911-2008) English

Adagio (arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Bach-Rothwell] {Chester : oboe & piano set 36/001-4}

Air and Rondo (arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Handel-Rothwell] {Chester : oboe & piano set 36/037-8}

A book of scales for the oboe {OUP : 36/082 : 2 copies}

Concerto in C major for oboe and strings: arr. for oboe & piano (ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Eichner-Rothwell] {OUP : set 36/023}

Largo e Allegretto (arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Marcello-Rothwell] {Chester : oboe & piano set 36/052.5 #a) lacks oboe part}

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

Sonata in G (ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Boni-Rothwell] {Chester : oboe & piano set 36/003.8}

Les tendres plaintes: [arr. for oboe and piano] (ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell) [Rameau-Rothwell] {Chester : set 36/080.8 #a) score and part}

Roubier, Henri

Trebelli Op. 31: célèbre polka mazurka {p. solo 21/309-1}

Rouget de Lisle, Claude Joseph (1760-1836) French

La Marseillaise (transc. W F Arnold) [Rouget de Lisle-Arnold] {Orpheus : p. solo 21/309.5}

Roussel, Albert (1869-1937) French

Sérénade Op. 30: pour flûte, violon, alto, violoncelle et harpe {Durand : set 42/028}

Vocalise-étude {Alphonse Leduc : 19/055}

Rowlands, W. P. (1860-1937) Welsh

Blaenwern (Love divine, all loves excelling): arr. for SATB (words by Charles Wesley; arr. Oliver Janes) {Weinberger : p. voc. + sol-fa 02/104}

Rowley, Alec (1892-1958) English

A book of voluntaries for the organ {Edwin Ashdown : 40/220}

Caprice bohémien (Böhmische Tänze) (crit. ed. Alec Rowley) [Smetana-Rowley] {Joseph Williams : p. solo 21/354-2 (b)}

Choral dance suite: for SATB (unaccomp.) {Novello : 01/066 : 2 copies}

Divertimento, Arietta con variazioni, Movements (sel. & ed. Alec Rowley) [Haydn-Rowley] {Hinrichsen : p. solo 21/170-8}

English dance suite {Edwin Ashdown : p. solo 21/310-5}

  1. Pastoral dance 2. Hornpipe 3. Mock Morris

Flower song: song (words and music by Alec Rowley) {Joseph Williams : 17/482.5-2 : a) No. 1 in D maj }

Heavenly gifts: Christmas carol (words by Doris Rowley) {Novello : 17/482.5-3}

Highland march {Edwin Ashdown : p. solo 21/310}

Outward bound: suite for piano {Winthrop Rogers : 21/310-2}

Pavan and Dance {Boosey & Hawkes : flute / oboe & piano set 36/082.5}

Plainsong preludes no. 1: Resurgam {Novello : organ 40/220-2(1)}

The rambling sailor {Winthrop Rogers : p. solo 21/310-4}

The seven virgins: a Passiontide carol for eq. v. SSC & bar. (or mez.) solo (Trad.) {Curwen : 17/482.5}

Short trio on French tunes Op. 46b {Peters : p. trio vn & vc set 24/027 #a) lacks cello part}

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

Three short pieces {Oxford : p. duo set 22/041}

  1. Cradle Song 2. Folk Dance 3. Gondola Song

The toll-gate house: song (words by John Drinkwater) {Winthrop Rogers : 10/089[15] : a) low v. in A min }

Roy, Dudley

Jolly Tars polka (Dudley Roy) [Roy-Smallwood] {Cramer : p. solo 21/352-1}

Rubbra, Edmund (1901-1986) English

A Hymn to the Virgin Op. 13 No. 2: for voice & harp (or piano). (Anon.) {Alfred Lengnick : 17/483(2)[1]}

Introduction and fugue Op. 19c {Augener : p. solo 21/312}

Jesukin Op. 4 No. 2: for voice & harp (or piano). (words by St Ita (480-570 AD)) {Alfred Lengnick : 17/483(2)[2]}

Out in the dark Op. 13 no. 1: song (Edward Thomas) {Alfred Lengnick : 17/483.3(1)}

Two songs: for voice & harp (or piano). {Alfred Lengnick : 17/483(2)}

  1. A hymn to the Virgin 2. Jesukin

Rubens, Paul A. (1876-1917) English

The admiral's yarn: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {Chappell : 17/483-2 : No. 1 in C }

The dairymaids: lancers (arr. Leonard Williams on melodies from the musical play by Paul A. Rubens & Frank E. Tours) [Rubens-Williams] {Chappell : p. solo 21/313-1}

I love the moon: song (words and music Paul Rubens) {Chappell : 17/483-1 : No. 2 in Db }

Miss Hook of Holland [complete]: a Dutch musical incident (arr. Albert W. Ket?lbey) [Rubens-Williams] {Chappell : p. solo 21/313-3}

Miss Hook of Holland: valse (arr. Leonard Williams on melodies by Paul A. Rubens) [Rubens-Williams] {Chappell : p. solo 21/313-2}

My toreador {from The toreador}: song (words and music by Paul A. Rubens) {Chappell : 16/050-5 [33]}

Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) Russian

Album vol. 1: [6 pieces] {Augener : p. solo 21/314(1)}

Barcarolle Op. 30 No. 1 {Hamelle : p. solo 21/314-1}

Duet album: eighteeen two-part songs (Op. 48 and 67) {Boosey : 2 sop. 15/053}

Es blinkt der Thau Op. 72 Nr 1 {Bartholf Senff : sop./ ten. 10/045-9[8] : a) sop./ten. }

Etude Op. 23 no. 2 (ed. G. H. Clutsam) {Hatzfeld : p. solo 21/314-4}

Fifty-nine songs {Boosey : 09/163 : 2 copies}

Melody: arranged as a song (words by Florence Hoare) {Curwen : 17/483.5}

Melody in F: transc. for violin & piano (transc. J. Kessler) [Rubinstein-Kessler] {Paxton : set 28/041-3 #a) lacks sep. violin part}

Melody in F Op. 3: p. solo w. violin & cello ad lib. {Banks : set 28/041-2}

Melody in F: with violin obl. ad lib. {Arthur : p. solo set 21/314-2}

Romance in E flat Op. 44 No. 1 {p. solo 21/314-3}

Sonate Op. 18 {violin & piano set 28/041 : 2 copies #b) lacks cello part}

Wanderer's evening song (Wanderers Nachtslied): [duet] {Augener : 18/137-1}

Zweistimmige Lieder Op. 48 u. 67: eighteeen two-part songs {Bartholf Senff : voc. duet 15/047-2}

Rubinstein, Beryl (1898-1952) American

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

Rubinstein, Nikolai (1835-1881) Russian

Tarantelle Op. 14: p. duet {Augener : 22/042}

Rummel, Walter (1887-1953) Anglo-German

From Final chorus of Cantata No. 22 (adapt. Walter Rummel) [Bach-Rummel] {p. solo 21/016}

6 sonates originales (rec. et annot. Marg. Chaigneau; realis. de la basse W.Morse Rummel) [Vivaldi-Rummel] {Salabert : cello & piano set 33/077-2}

Was Gott tut das ist wohlgetan (What God hath done is rightly done) (adapt. Walter Rummel) [Bach-Rummel] {Chester : p. solo 21/016-8(5)}

Rupp, H

Invitation to the dance Op. 65 (arr. H. Rupp) [Weber-Rupp] {Schott : p. duet 22/058-3}

Russell, Kennedy (1884-1954) English

The barber of Turin: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {Chappell : 17/484-6 : No. 1 in A }

Poor man's garden: song (words by Royden Barrie) {Boosey & Hawkes : 17/484-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in C b) No. 3 in Eb }

Saint Christopher (words by Arthur Stanley) {Edwin Ashdown : 17/484-5 : No. 2 in Eb }

Vale (Farewell): song (words by Burgh d'Arcy) {Edwin Ashdown : 17/484-2 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 3 in Ab }

When the children say their prayers: song (words by Arthur Stanley) {Chappell : 17/484-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in C }

Young Tom o' Devon: song (words by Harold Simpson) {Chappell : 17/484-4 : 2 copies : No. 2 in Bb b) No. 1 in Ab }

Russell, Ronald Landon (1873-1938) English

see Ronald, Landon

Ruthardt, Adolf (1849-1934) German

Concerto Op. 73 (No. 5 in E flat major) (arr. Adolf Ruthardt) [Beethoven-Ruthardt] {Peters : p. duo 22/005-5 (a)}

D moll Konzert (arr. Adolf Ruthardt) [Bach-Ruthardt] {Peters : p. duo 22/002-1}

Konzerte für Orgel und Orchester, Bd 1, Nr 1-6: [arr. as p. duet] (arr. Adolf Ruthardt) [Handel-Ruthardt] {Peters : 22/026-3[3]}

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

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

Suite für zwei Claviere Op. 15 (rev. Adolf Ruthardt) [Arensky-Ruthardt] {Bosworth : p. duo set 22/001.5}

  1. Romance 2. Valse 3. Polonaise

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

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 1 (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) [Bach-Ruthardt] {Peters : 21/015-9.4(1)}

Rutter, John (1945- English

Carols for choirs, 2: fifty carols for Christmas & Advent (ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter) [Willcocks / Rutter] {OUP : 02/204(2) : 2 copies}

Carols for choirs, 3: fifty carols (ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter) [Willcocks / Rutter] {OUP : 02/204(3)}

Carols for choirs, 4: fifty carols for sopranos and altos (ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter) [Willcocks / Rutter] {OUP : 02/204(4) : 3 copies}

Requiem (1893 version): [sop. & bar. w. SATB chor.] (ed. w. Eng. trans. John Rutter) [Fauré-Rutter] {OUP : 02/042.2 : 2 copies}

Ryan, Paul (1948-1992) English

I will drink the wine (words and music Paul Ryan) {Ryan : 17/485-1}

351 works by 117 composers, with 12 arrangers or second composers and 12 cross-references

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