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Sunday 29th March 2020

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S. G. P.

Life's dream is o'er {from Alice where art thou}: duet for ten. & contr. (words & mus. arr. S. G. P.) [Ascher-"S.G.P."] {18/007 : 2 copies : Bayley & Ferguson}

Saar, Louis Victor (1868-1937) Dutch-American

Prelude in E {from Sixth Sonata for Violin Solo} (arr. Louis Victor Saar) [Bach-Saar] {p. duo set 22/003-15 : Fischer & Bro. #a) lacks Piano 2 part}

Saar, R.

Loreley: valse (arr. R. Saar) [Strauss-Saar] {p. solo 21/358.5-1 : Paxton}

Sacco, John (1905-1987) American

Concert medley from Die Fledermaus: for mixed chor. w. p. acc. (arr. John Sacco) [Strauss-Sacco] {07/035-1.2 : 2 copies : Chappell/Schirmer}

Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835-1921) French

Air 'O beaux rêves évanouis' {from Etienne Marcel} {oboe & piano set 36/083-1 : Durand}

Allegro appassionato Op. 43 (cello part ed. R. V. Tabb) {cello & piano set 33/060-1 : Augener}

Amour! Viens aider ma faiblesse! {from Samson et Dalila}: [for mez. & orch.] (words by F. Lemaire) {orch. sc. 43/007-1 : Durand & Fils #no sep. parts}

Le cygne {from Carnaval des Animaux}: [for violin or cello w. p. accomp.] {set 28/042-1 : Methven, Simpson}

Le cygne (The swan) {from Carnaval des Animaux) (arr. E. Hoskier) [Saint-Saens-Hoskier] {p. solo 21/316-2 a : Durand}

Le cygne {from Carnaval des animaux} {cello & piano set 33/060-2 : Durand}

Danse macabre Op. 40: poème symphonique (transc. H. Cramer) {p. solo 21/316-1 : Durand}

Danse macabre : poème symphonique Op. 40 {min. sc. 04/019.5 : Durand}

Fair Spring is returning {from Samson and Delilah} (words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin) {sop./ mez. 17/486-1 : 3 copies a,b,c) E: mez. : Durand}

Fantaisie pour orgue {40/223 : Costallat}

Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix {from Samson et Dalila}: [for mez. & orch.] (words by F. Lemaire) {orch. sc. 43/007-2 : Durand #lacks voice & oboe parts}

O love! From thy pow'r (Amour, viens aider) {from Samson and Delilah}: Delilah: recit. & aria {sop./ mez. 17/486-3 : 2 copies a) Ab: mez. b) Bb: sop. : Durand & Fils}

Reverie: improvisation 'alla Liszt' on a theme by Saint-Saens [SaintSaens-Anderson] {p. solo 21/316-3}

Samson et Dalila: opéra de Ferdinand Lemaire {06/048 : 2 copies : Durand}

Softly awakes my heart: [Cantabile - Delilah - mez.] ([words by] F Lemaire Eng Eugene Oudin) {16/050-3 [ 9] [No. 1 in] Db : Durand & Fils}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} (words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin) {contr. 16/020( 1) [1] : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} (words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin) {sop./ mez./ contr. 17/486-2 : 4 copies a,b,c) Db: mez. d) Bb: contr. : Durand}

Sonate Op. 166 {oboe & piano set 36/083-2 : Durand}

Sonate pour clarinette avec accomp. de piano Op. 167 {set 36/083-3 : Durand}

The swan {from Carnaval des Animaux) (ed. Sydney Pickles) [Saint-Saens-Pickles] {p. solo 21/316-2 b }

Variations on a theme of Beethoven Op. 35 {p. duo 22/043 : Durand}

Salmon, J.

Allegro spiritoso (arr. J. Salmon) [Senaillé-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/066-3 : Ricordi}

Largo et Gigue (arr. J. Salmon) [Senaillé-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/066-2 : Ricordi}

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

Sarabande et Allemande (arr. J. Salmon) [Senaillé-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/066-1 : Ricordi}

Sonata no.1 in C (arr. J. Salmon) [Bréval-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/016.3 : Ricordi}

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

Salomon, W.

Horn concerto in E flat KV 495 (arr. W. Salomon) [Mozart-Salomon] {horn & piano set 35/062-1 b Horn in F : Boosey & Hawkes #lacks horn part}

Horn concerto in E flat KV 447 (arr. W. Salomon) [Mozart-Salomon] {horn & piano set 35/062-3 Horn in F : Boosey & Hawkes}

Samazeuilh, Gustave (1877-1967) French

Danse espagnole No. 1 {from La vida breve} (arr. Gustave Samazeuilh) [Falla-Samazeuilh] {p. duo 22/012(1) : Max Eschig}

Sammartini, Giovanni Battista (1701-1775) Italian

Sonata in G major (arr. Alfred Moffat; rev. W. E. Whitehouse) [Sammartini-Moffat] {cello & piano set 33/061-1 : Schott}

Sanders, Mary

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

Sanderson, Wilfrid (1878-1935) English

All joy be thine: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/488-17 a) No. 3 in Bb : Boosey}

A blackbird's song: song (words by Louise McDermaid) {17/488- 1 No. 3 in Eb : Boosey}

Break o' day: song (words by P .J. O'Reilly) {17/488- 2 : 2 copies No. 1 in Bb b) No. 2 in C : Boosey}

Break o' day: song (words by P. J. O'Reilly) {10/045-8.1[12] a) No. 1 in Bb : Boosey}

Captain Mac': song (words by P. J. O'Reilly) {17/488-16 a) No. 1 in C : Boosey}

Dear little town: song (words by Fred G. Bowles) {17/488- 3 No. 2 in G : Boosey}

Devonshire cream and cider: song (words by Theodore Curzon) {17/488-13 : 2 copies b) No. 2 in D : Boosey}

Drake goes West: song (words by P. J. O'Reilly) {10/045-7[5] a) No. 2 in D : Boosey}

Drake goes West: song (words by P. J. O'Reilly) {17/488-15 : Boosey}

Easter flowers: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/488- 9 : 3 copies a,c) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 3 in Db : Boosey}

Friend o' mine: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/488- 4 : 2 copies a) No. 1 in G b) No.2 in Ab : Boosey & Hawkes}

Friend o' mine: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/488- 4 : 4 copies c) No. 4 in Bb d) No. 1 in F e,f) No.3 in Ab : Boosey}

Gather ye rosebuds: song (words by Robert Herrick) {17/488-11 [No. 2] in G : Leonard}

The glory of the sea: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/488-18 a) No. 1 in Bb : Boosey}

The hills of Donegal: song (words by P. J. O'Reilly) {17/488- 5 : 2 copies a,b) No.2 in Bb : Boosey & Hawkes}

My dear soul: Wessex love song (words by May Byron) {17/488-14 : 2 copies a,b) No. 2,1 in Bb : Boosey}

One morning very early: song (words (Trad.) adapt. P. J. O'Reilly) {17/488-19 a) No. 1 in Eb : Boosey}

Selection of popular songs (arr. Sydney Baynes) [Sanderson-Baynes] {p. trio vn & vc set 24/028 : Boosey}

Sewing song (words by Helen Taylor) {17/488-10 No. 3 in Ab : Boosey}

Shipmates o' mine: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/488- 6 : 4 copies a-d) No.1 in F : Boosey}

Shipmates o' mine: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {10/045-7[3] a) No. 2 in G : Boosey}

Spring's awakening: valse song (words by Maud Cunningham) {17/488-12 No. 5 in Bb : Boosey}

Until: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/488-7 : 4 copies a,b) No. 3 in G c,d) No. 2 in F : Boosey}

The valley of laughter: song (words by Fred G. Bowles) {17/488- 8 No. 1 in Eb : Boosey}

The voyagers: duet (words by Ed. Teschemacher) {18/139 No. 1 in Eb : Boosey}

Sandler, Albert

Fascination (arr. Albert Sandler) [Marchetti-Sandler] {violin & piano set 28/031.7 : Liber-Southern}

Sankey, Ira D. (1840-1908) American

Sacred songs and solos (Sankey & Moody): rev. & enlarged (1200 pieces) (pocket text) {text / lyrics 02/206-2 [t] : Morgan & Scott}

Sacred songs & solos (Sankey & Moody): rev. & enlarged (1200 pieces) {chor. sc. 02/206-2 : Morgan & Scott}

Sacred songs and solos (Sankey & Moody): rev. & enlarged (1200 pieces) {sol-fa only 44/050-2 : Morgan & Scott}

Sans Souci, Gertrude (1873-1913) American

When song Is sweet (Douce mélodie): song ([poem by Gertrude Sans Souci]) {17/489 [No. 1 in] Db : Frederick Harris}

Sanz, Gaspar (1640-1710) Spanish

Pavanas: guitare seule (transc. Emilio Pujol) {27/008 : Max Eschig}

Sarasate, Pablo de (1844-1908) Spanish

Spanische Tänze Op. 22 (Heft 2) {violin & piano set 28/043(2) #p. cond. only}

  1. Romanza Andaluza 2. Jota Navarra

Spanische Tänze Op. 23 (Heft 3) {violin & piano set 28/043(3) #violin part only}

  1. Playera 2. Zapateado

Sargent, Malcolm (1895-1967) English

Aida: opera (concert ed.) (arr. Sir Malcolm Sargent) [Verdi-Sargent] {06/063-2 : 3 copies : Ricordi}

Sarjeant, J.

Blow, blow, thou Winter wind: song (words from (Shakspeare's) As You Like It) {17/490 : 2 copies a) No. 1 in Bmin b) No. 2 in Cmin : Boosey}

Watchman! what of the night?: duet (ten. & bass) (words Anon.) {18/141 : 3 copies-M b) No. 2 in G c) No. 1 in F : Boosey}

Sartorio, Arnoldo (1853-1936) German-Italian

Menuett Op. 54 Nr 1 {p. solo 21/317-1}

Salon album No. 1: [8 pieces] {p. solo 21/317(1) : Wood}

Satie, Erik (1866-1925) French

En habit de cheval {p. duet 22/043.5-1 : Rouart, Lerolle}

Gymnopédies: [for violin (or flute/clarinet) & piano] (ed. & arr. Roger Nichols) [Satie-Nichols] {set 28/043.2 : Peters}

Mélodies et chansons: piano et chant [25 compositions] (paroles de J.P. Contamine de Latour, Léon-Paul Fargue, Vincent Hyspa et al.) {09/165 : Salabert}

Parade: ballet réaliste (p. red. (4 mains)) {p. duet 22/043.5-2 : Rouart, Lerolle}

Three gnossiennes (ed. Joseph Prostakoff) {p. solo 21/318-2 : Schirmer}

Three gymnopédies (ed. G. Hengeveld) {p. solo 21/318 (b) : Broekmans & van Poppel}

Trois gymnopédies (ed. Roger Jonns) {p. solo 21/318 (a) : Leonard, Gould & Bolttler}

Saunders, Gordon (19th c.) English

Sonatina in A Op. 5 (arr. Gordon Saunders) [Wesley-Saunders] {p. solo 21/379-1}

Saunders, Max

Nocturne: song (words by Toni McGrath) {17/492 No. 1 in C : Graham Gill}

Sauret, Emile (1852-1920) French

Concerto no. 1 in A minor (ed. & rev. Emile Sauret) [Bach-Sauret] {violin & piano set 28/002-5 : Augener}

Valse gracieuse Op. 56 No. 4 {violin & piano set 28/043.5(4) : Edwin Ashdown}

Savino, Domenico (1888-1973) Italian-American

Anchors aweigh: song of the Navy (rev. words by George D. Lottman; rev. mus. D. Savino) [Zimmermann-Savino] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/605-1 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Indianola: fox-trot (by S. R. Henry & "D. Onivas" [ie Domenico Savino]) [Henry / Savino] {p. solo 21/177.5}

Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660-1725) Italian

Christmas cantata (Cantata pastorale): for sop. solo, str. quart. & harpsich. (words by Cardinal Antonio Ottoboni; ed. (with Eng. trans.) Edward J. Dent) {01/066.5 : OUP}

Toccata D-dur: für zwei Trompeten und Orgel (bearb. Eberhard Kraus) [Mozart-Kraus] {set 35/074 : Heinrichshofen #a) lacks Tr1 part}

Le violette {sop./ ten. 17/494 sop./ten. : Ricordi}

Scarlatti, Domenico (1685-1757) Italian

9 sonatas (ed. Howard Ferguson) {p. solo 21/320-8 : ABRSM}

25 Sonaten in progressiver Folge ([ed.] Emil Sauer) {p. solo 21/320-1 b : Peters}

29 Sonatas, Bk 1 Nos. 1-15 (ed. Thomas F. Dunhill) {p. solo 21/320-1(1) : Augener}

Essercizi per gravicembalo (Sonates pour piano) (rev. Paul Dukas) [Scarlatti-Dukas] {21/166[3] : Durand}

Fünf und zwanzig Sonaten in progressiver Folge ([ed.] Emil Sauer) {p. solo 21/320-1 b : Peters}

Nine sonatas (ed. Howard Ferguson) {p. solo 21/320-8 : ABRSM}

Scarlatti (School of Easy Classics): [11 pieces] not simplified (sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer) [Scarlatti-Beringer] {p. solo 21/320-5 : 2 copies : Augener}

Sixty sonatas Vol. 1 (1-30) (ed. Ralph Kirkpatrick) {p. solo 21/320(1) : Schirmer}

Sixty sonatas Vol. 2 (31-60) (ed. Ralph Kirkpatrick) {p. solo 21/320(2) : Schirmer}

Sonata in A major L. 494 {p. solo 21/320-6 : Ricordi}

Sonata in D N. 461 (ed. I. Philipp) {p. solo 21/320-3 : Ricordi}

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

Sonata in G (ed. Kendall Taylor) {p. solo 21/320-4 : ABRSM}

[Sonata in G major L. 387] {p. solo 21/320-9 : Ricordi}

Sonatas [1-25] (ed. Thomas F. Dunhill) {p. solo 21/320-1 a : Augener}

Sonatas Bk 3 [28-37]: Grades 6-7 (sel. & ed. Arnold Goldsbrough) {p. solo 21/320-2(3) : ABRSM}

Sonate en Sol majeur [L. 387] {p. solo 21/320-9 : Ricordi}

Sonates pour piano (Essercizi per gravicembalo) (rev. Paul Dukas) [Scarlatti-Dukas] {21/166[3] : Durand}

Sono amante {from the Sixth cantata} (ed. Ludwig Lebell; Eng. trans. E. J. Dent) {17/495(1) : OUP}

Tempo di gavotta (arr. A. Craig Bell) [Scarlatti-Bell] {oboe & piano set 36/084 : Alfred Lengnick}

Twenty-nine Sonatas, Bk 1 Nos. 1-15 (ed. Thomas F. Dunhill) {p. solo 21/320-1(1) : Augener}

Schäfer, Christian

Miniatures Op. 17: four easy pieces {p. solo 21/321 : Sullivan}

Schalk, Josef (1857-1900) Austrian

Te Deum: für Soli, Chor u. Orch. (arr. Josef Schalk) [Bruckner-Schalk] {SATB soli 02/026-2 : 2 copies : Universal}

Scharwenka, Xaver (1850-1924) German

Danse polonaise No. 15 in B flat {p. solo 21/322-3 : Augener}

Danses polonaises Op. 3 [no.] 1 {p. solo 16/050-2 [25] : Augener}

Polish dance Op. 3 No. 1 in E flat minor {p. solo 21/322-2 : 2 copies : Augener}

Polish dance No. 1 in E flat minor {p. duet 22/044-1 : Augener}

Quatre danses polonaisees Op. 3 {p. solo 21/322-1}

Tarantelle Op. 62 No. 12 {p. solo 21/322-4(12) : Augener}

Scharwenka, Philipp (1847-1917) German

Spanische Tänze Op. 12 (arr. Philipp Scharwenka) [Moszkowski-Scharwenka] {violin & piano set 28/032.5 : Peters}

Schiemann, Christian

Sieben charakteristische Studien für Oboe {36/131-2[5] : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Schira, Francesco (1809-1883) Italian

Sognai: rêverie (parole e musica di F. Schira) {17/495.5 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Schmid, Adolf

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

Schmit, Camille

Burlesques {p. solo 21/324}

Schmitt, Aloys

Preparatory exercises {p. solo 23/059-2 : Galliard/Galaxy}

Preparatory exercises from Op. 16 (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) {p. solo 23/059 : Peters}

Schmitt, Florent (1870-1958) French

Nocturne Op. 42 no. 5 {from Pièces romantiques} {p. solo 21/325(5) : Chapelier}

Souvenir Op. 42 no. 6 {from Pièces romantiques} {p. solo 21/325(6) : Chapelier}

Schneizer, Otto

Kirmess {p. solo 21/326}

Schoenberg, Arnold (1874-1951) Austrian-American

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

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

Lied Toves 'Nun sag ich dir zum ersten Mal' {from Gurrelieder} ([from] Gurrelieder (J. P. Jacobsen), arr. Alban Berg) {17/495.7 : Universal}

Nun sag ich dir zum ersten Mal (Lied Toves) ([from] Gurrelieder (J. P. Jacobsen), arr. Alban Berg) {17/495.7 : Universal}

Schoenberg, Claude-Michel (1944- French

see Schönberg, Claude-Michel

Scholefield, Basil

The "happy-go-lucky": barn dance {p. solo 16/050-2 [ 9]}

Scholz, A. J.

Zwei Kammerstücke für Oboe (Violine) u. Klavier {set 36/085 : Universal}

Schönberg, Arnold (1874-1951) Austrian-American

see Schoenberg, Arnold

Schönberg, Claude-Michel (1944- French

I dreamed a dream {from Les Misérables} (lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer) {17/495.8 : Faber}

Les Misérables: [12] songs from the musical [incl. 2 duets] (lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer) {09/167 : Faber}

Schreck, Gustav Ernst (1849-1918) German

Violin-konzert No. 1 A-moll (arr. Gustav Schreck) [Bach-Schreck] {violin & piano set 28/002-6 : Peters #violin part only}

Schröder, Karl (1848-1935) German

Air: Tre giorni (arr. C. Schroeder) [Rameau-Schröder] {cello & piano set 33/051.7 : Augener}

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

Sonata no.1 in C (arr. Carl Schroeder) [Bréval-Schröder] {cello & piano set 33/016.31 : Augener}

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

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

Schroeder, Hermann (1904-1984) German

Es steht ein Lind: 50 deutsche Volkslieder im Sätzen für Klavier {10/080 : Tonger}

Kleine Präludien und Intermezzi für Orgel Werk 9 {40/224-1 : Schott}

Toccata für Orgel Op. 5a {40/224-2 : Musikverlag Schwann}

Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) Austrian

5 Marches (arr. W. J. Westbrook) [Schubert-Westbrook] {organ 40/225 : Augener}

24 favourite songs (Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker) {09/169-7 b) high v. : Schirmer}

24 favorite songs (ed. E. Pauer) [Schubert-Pauer] {09/169-7 a : Augener}

L'Abeille (arr. August Wilhelmj) [Schubert-Wilhelmj] {violin & piano set 28/044-3 : Schott}

Auf dem Wasser zu singen (To be sung on the waters) Op. 72 (words by Friedrich Stolberg; Eng. version H. Stevens) {17/496-12 [high v.] : Augener}

Ave Maria: song {17/496- 2 [No. 2 in] Ab : Wood}

Ave Maria (words by Thomas Oliphant) {17/496- 2 c) : Cramer}

Ave Maria {17/496- 2 b) : Walsh}

Ave Maria: Hymne an die Jungfrau {10/045-6[5] [No. 1 in] Bb : Augener}

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

Ave Maria op. 52 No. 6: [for violin (or cello) & piano] (arr. Johannes Palaschko) [Schubert-Palaschko] {set 28/044-5 : Schott}

Schubert (School of Easy Classics): [10 pieces] not simplified (sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer) [Schubert-Beringer] {p. solo 21/328-0 : Augener}

Berühmte Klavier-Compositionen (herausg. Lo Koehler & Richard Schmidt) {p. solo 21/328(1) : Peters}

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

[Clavierstücke and Sonaten] {21/328- 1}

Clavierstücke Bd 2 {21/328-1[1] : Litolff (Enoch)}

The complete sonatas [Nos. 1-10] (ed. Ernst Pauer) {p. solo 21/328-8 : Augener}

Concert edition of Schubert songs [selection]: [20 songs] (sel. & ed. Richard Tauber) {09/169-4 : Keith, Prowse}

The Conspirators: opera {06/049 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Fantaisie Op. 103 {p. duet 22/045-2 : Augener}

Fantasia in F minor Op. 103, D. 940 {p. duet 22/045-1 : 2 copies-M : Peters}

Fantasia or sonata Op. 78 (ed. Franz Liszt) [Schubert-Liszt] {p. solo 21/328- 3.5 : Augener}

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

Fantasie (Wanderer-Fantasie) C dur Op. 15 (ed. Walter Niemann) [Schubert-Niemann] {p. solo 21/328- 3.4 b : Peters}

Five Marches (arr. W. J. Westbrook) [Schubert-Westbrook] {organ 40/225 : Augener}

Four impromptus Op. 90 [D899] {p. solo 21/328- 3.1 : 2 copies b,c : ABRSM}

Four impromptus Op. 90 [D899] {p. solo 21/328- 3.1 a : Augener}

Four impromptus Op. 142 [D 935] (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/328- 3.3 a : Augener}

Four impromptus Op. 142 [D 935] {p. solo 21/328- 3.3 b : ABRSM}

Gesänge Bd 1: [188 songs] (krit. rev. Max Friedlaender) {09/169-9(1) : 2 copies a) low v. b) high v. : Peters}

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

Grand sonata Op. 30 {p. duet 22/045-8 : ABRSM}

Gretchen at the spinning wheel (Gretchen am Spinnrade) Op.2 (Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell) {17/496- 3 [No. 2 in] F (orig.) : Augener}

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

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen Op. 129: song w. pianoforte & clarinet (or violoncello) accomp. (Eng. version J. S. Shedlock) {set 17/496-11 : 2 copies : Augener}

Der Hochzeitsbraten ("Ach liebes Herz, ach Theobald") Op. 104: Terzett (sop., ten., bass) (Gedicht von Fr. von Schober) {18/143 : Breitkopf}

Kammermusik: neun Streichquartette, zwei Trios, Klavierquintett, Streichquintett, und Oktett {min. sc. 04/020 : Eulenburg}

Klaviersonate A-dur Op. Posth. 120 (ed. Paul Mies) {21/328- 6 a : Henle}

Klavierwerke: [7 pieces] {21/328-2 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Das Lied im Grünen (Spring in the forest) Op. 115 no 1 (words by Reil; Eng. version Richard Capell) {17/496-14 : Augener}

Lieder Bd 2: [incomplete: 40+ songs] (rev. Max Friedlaender) {09/170(2) : Peters}

Lieder Bd 7: Original-Ausgabe (rev. Max Friedlaender) {09/170(7) : Peters}

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

Lilac time: play w. music (arr. Heinrich Berté & G. H. Clutsam) [Schubert-Berté-Clutsam] {07/031.2 : Chappell}

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

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

Litany for All Souls' Day (Jacobi; Eng. version Th. Baker) {17/496- 4 : Schirmer}

Love's peace (Du bist die Ruh) (Rückert; Eng. version Richard Capell) {17/496- 5 [No. 1 in] C : Galliard/Galaxy}

The maid of the mill: [20 songs] (Eng. trans. Theodore Baker) {09/169-2.1 a) high v. }

Margaret (Gretchen am Spinnrade) {from Goethes Faust} (Eng. version A. H. Fox Strangeways and Steuart Wilsonl) {17/496- 3 a) low key (orig. - D min) : OUP}

Mass in G (no. 2): for STB soli, SATB, strings & orch. (arr. Berthold Tours) [Schubert-Tours] {02/106-2 : Novello}

Mass in G: for STB soli, SATB, strings & org., w. opt. wind & timpani [new ed.] (arr. Berthold Tours) [Schubert-Tours] {02/106-2.1 : 2 copies : Novello}

Messe Es-dur D 950 [new ed.]: [for SATTB soli, mixed chor. & orch.] (arr. Julius Spengel) {02/106-1.1 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Messe Es-dur [D 950]: [for SATTB soli, mixed chor. & orch.] (arr. Julius Spengel) [Schubert-Spengel] {02/106-1 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Military march: p. solo w. violin & cello ad lib. {set 21/328-12 : Banks #has sep. violin & cello parts}

Military march (arr. Carl Tausig) [Schubert-Tausig] {p. solo 21/328- 4.1[2] : Orpheus}

Moment musical Op. 94 Nr 3 (arr. Alfred Moffat) [Schubert-Moffat] {violin & piano set 28/044-2 : Schott}

Moments musicals [sic] No. 3 Op. 94 and Military march {p. solo 21/328- 4.1 : Orpheus}

Moments musicaux Op. 94 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/328- 4.3 : 2 copies : Augener}

Der Musensohn (Wandering minstrel) Op. 92 no 1 (words by Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell) {17/496-13(1) : Augener}

Musical moments Op. 94 (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/328-4.2 : ABRSM}

Octet F major Op.166 {clar. 42/029-3 : Peters}

Oktett F dur Op. 166: for 2 violins, viola, violoncello, double bass, clarinet, horn, bassoon {wind & str. min. sc. 04/020[14] : Eulenburg}

Omnipotence (Die Allmacht) Op. 79 No. 2 (words by Pyrker; Eng. trans. A. H. Fox Strangeways & Steuart Wilson) {17/496- 6 : OUP}

Original-Kompositionen für Klavier zu 4 Händen, Bd 1 {p. duet 22/045(1) : Peters}

Original-Kompositionen für Klavier zu 4 Händen, Bd 3 {p. duet 22/045(3) : Peters}

Original-Kompositionen für Klavier zu 4 Händen, Bd 4 {p. duet 22/045(4) : Peters}

Piano quintet 'The Trout' Op.114 {min. sc. 04/020-1}

Piano quintet in A major D667 'The Trout' {p. quint:db min. sc. 04/020-8[1] : Dover}

Piano quintet in A major; String quintet in C major {p. quint:db min. sc. 04/020-8 : Dover}

Piano trio B flat major Op. 99 {min. sc. 04/020-5 : Eulenburg}

Quartett A moll Op. 29 {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[1] : Eulenburg}

Quartett B dur Op. 168 {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[5] : Eulenburg}

Quartett D dur Op. posth. {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[8] : Eulenburg}

Quartett D moll Op. posth. {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[6] : Eulenburg}

Quartett E dur Op. 125 No. 2 {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[3] : Eulenburg}

Quartett Es dur Op. 125 No. 1 {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[2] : Eulenburg}

Quartett G dur Op. 161 {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[4] : Eulenburg}

Quartett G moll Op. posth. {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[7] : Eulenburg}

Quartette Bd 1 (Op. 29, Op. 125 & Op. posth.) (neu rev. Carl Herrmann) {str. quart. set 42/029-1(1) : 2 copies : Peters}

Quartette Bd 2 (Op. 161, Op. 168, Op. posth. in G moll, D dur,C moll) (neu rev. Carl Herrmann) {str. quart. set 42/029-1(2) : Peters}

Quartettsatz C moll Op. posth. {str. quart. min. sc. 04/020[9] : Eulenburg}

Quintett A dur (Forellen-Quintett) Op. 114 {p. quint:db min. sc. 04/020[12] : Eulenburg}

Quintett C dur Op. 163 {p. quint. min. sc. 04/020[13] : Eulenburg}

Romanze (Die Verschworenen): for sop., w. Bb clar. obbl. (arr. Fritz Spiegl, Eng. trans. Millicent Rose) [Schubert-Spiegl] {set 17/496- 7 : OUP}

Rosamond - entr'actes & ballet music: [4 p. duets] (arr. E. Pauer) [Schubert-Pauer] {22/045-5 : Augener}

Rosamond: entr'actes & ballet music (transc. E. Pauer) [Schubert-Pauer] {p. solo 21/328-4.5 : Augener}

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

Sämmtliche Tänze {p. solo 21/082-8.4[1] : Peters}

Sämmtliche Tänze {p. solo 21/328(2) : Peters}

Sämmtliche Tänze {p. solo 21/082-8.4[1] : Peters}

Sämmtliche Tänze {p. solo 21/328(2) : Peters}

Scherzo in B flat Op. posth. {p. solo 21/328- 5 b : Presser}

Scherzo in B flat major {p. solo 21/328- 5 c : Banks}

Scherzo ([ed.] Heribert Weingartz) {p. solo 21/328- 5 a : Otto Kuhl}

Die schöne Müllerin (The fair maid of the mill) Op. 25: twenty songs (ed. Alberto Randegger) {09/169-2 : 2 copies : Novello}

Die schöne Müllerin Op. 25; and Schwanengesang (from the 'Urtext' edition (Eng. texts added) {min. sc. 04/020-6 : LPScores}

Schubert-Album: [18 compositions] {p. solo 21/328 : Bosworth}

Selected songs: [34 songs] (ed. Max Friedlaender) {09/169-5 : 2 copies a,b) high v. : Peters}

Serenade (arr. Leonard Fletcher) [Schubert-Fletcher] {p. solo 21/328- 5.5 b : Mozart Allan}

Serenade (Ständchen) {17/496- 8 c) [Med.] C min : Wood}

Serenade (Ständchen) (Rellstab; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton; arr. Gerald Moore) [Schubert-Moore] {17/496- 8 a) : Universal}

Serenade (Ständchen) (Eng. version Henry G. Chapman) {17/496- 8 b) Med. (C min) : Schirmer}

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

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

The shepherd on the rock (Der Hirt auf dem Felsen) Op. 129: song w. pianoforte & clarinet (or violoncello) accomp. (Eng. version J. S. Shedlock) {set 17/496-11 : 2 copies : Augener}

Six songs for tenor (Eng. version Hermann Klein & Emil Kreuz) {13/081 : Cramer}

Sixty songs by Schubert (ed. J. A. Kappey) {09/169(1) d : Boosey}

Sonata in A Op. 120 No. 3 (ed. Harold Craxton & Thomas Dunhill) {p. solo 21/328- 6 b : ABRSM}

Sonata no. 1 in A min Op. 42 (ed. Franklin Taylor) {p. solo 21/328-7.1 : Augener}

Sonata no. 5 in A min Op. 143 (ed. Franklin Taylor) {p. solo 21/328-7.5 : Augener}

Sonata no. 10 in B flat Op. posth. (ed. Franklin Taylor) {p. solo 21/328-7.10 : 2 copies : Augener}

Sonatas Bk 2, Nos. 6-10 ([ed.] Franklin Taylor) {p. solo 21/328-7(2) : Augener}

Sonaten [1-10] (rev. Aug. Sturm) {p. solo 21/328-1[2] : Universal}

Sonaten Bd 1[Nos. 1-6] {21/328- 8.7(1) : Peters}

Sonatine Op. 137 No. 2 (ed. Maxim Jacobsen) {violin & piano set 28/044-1 : Peters}

Schubert songs: [16 songs] (ed. David Best) {09/170-2 a) high v. : Universal}

Songs (First vocal album complete - 82 songs) (Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker) {09/169-8(1) : 2 copies low v. : Schirmer #b) lacks cover and tp}

  1. Maid of the Mill 2. Winter Journey 3. Dying Strains 4. Twenty-Four Favourite Songs

The songs of Schubert, vol. 1: [60 songs] (ed. J. A. Kappey) {09/169(1) : 3 copies a,b,c : Boosey}

The songs of Schubert, vol. 2: [55 songs] (ed. Myles B. Foster) {09/169(2) : 2 copies : Boosey}

Spring in the forest (Das Lied im Grünen) Op. 115 no 1 (words by Reil; Eng. version Richard Capell) {17/496-14 : Augener}

Ständchen (Serenade) {p. solo 21/328- 5.5 a }

Ständchen (Serenade) (Rellstab; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton; arr. Gerald Moore) [Schubert-Moore] {17/496- 8 a) : Universal}

Ständchen (Serenade) (Eng. version Henry G. Chapman) {17/496- 8 b) Med. (C min) : Schirmer}

Ständchen (Serenade) {17/496- 8 c) [Med.] C min : Wood}

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

String quintet in C major D956 {str. quint. min. sc. 04/020-8[2] : Dover}

Symphonie No. 3 (B minor) (arr. F. W. Markull) [Schubert-Markull] {p. duet 22/045-7 : Henry Litolff}

Symphonien: [arr. as p. duets] (arr. Hugo Ulrich) [Schubert-Ulrich] {22/045-6 : Peters}

Symphony No. 1 D major {min. sc. 04/020-4 : Eulenburg}

Symphony 8 B minor 'Unfinished' {min. sc. 04/020-3}

Symphony in B minor (Unfinished) (arr. Richard Kleinmichel) [Schubert-Kleinmichel] {p. solo 21/328-9 : Peters}

Symphony in C {min. sc. 04/020-2 a : Donajowski}

Symphony in C {min. sc. 04/020-2 b : Eulenburg}

Tänze (ed. Walter Niemann) {p. solo 21/328-14 : Peters #a) lacks pp.3-4}

Tänze (ed. Walter Niemann) {p. solo 21/328-14 : Peters #a) lacks pp.3-4}

Thirty songs {09/169-3}

Thirty-three dances (ed. & annot. Howard Ferguson) {p. solo 21/328-10 : ABRSM}

Three piano pieces D.946 (ed. Howard Ferguson) {21/328-8.5 : 2 copies : ABRSM}

Three romances Op. 94 {viola & piano set 32/012 : Belwin-Mills #a) p. cond. only}

Three sonatinas Op. 137 (rev. & fing. Emile Thomas) {violin & piano set 28/044-1 : Augener}

To be sung on the waters (Auf dem Wasser zu singen) Op. 72 (words by Friedrich Stolberg; Eng. version H. Stevens) {17/496-12 [high v.] : Augener}

To music (An die Musik) (by Schober; Eng. words Mary Field) {bass / contr. 17/496- 1 : Paxton}

Träumerei (Reverie) (arr. Henri Ernst) [Schubert-Ernst] {violin & piano set 28/044-4 : Century}

Trio No. 2 in B flat major {str. trio set 42/029-2 b : Augener #b) p. cond. only}

Trio No. 2 in B flat major {str. trio orch. sel. 42/029-2 a : International #parts only}

Trio B dur Op. 99 {p. trio vn & vc min. sc. 04/020[10] : Eulenburg}

Trio B flat major Op. 99 {min. sc. 04/020-5 : Eulenburg}

Trio Es dur Op. 100 {p. trio vn & vc min. sc. 04/020[11] : Eulenburg}

La truite de Schubert Op. 33 [Schubert-Heller] {p. solo 21/176-6 : Edwin Ashdown}

Twenty songs for soprano or tenor {11/024-3 : Novello}

Twenty-four favourite songs (Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker) {09/169-7 b) high v. : Schirmer}

Twenty-four favorite songs (ed. E. Pauer) [Schubert-Pauer] {09/169-7 a : Augener}

Variations D.156 & D.576 (ed. & annot. Howard Ferguson) {p. solo 21/328-11 : ABRSM}

The voice of love (Stimme der Liebe) (Stolberg; Eng. words Mary Field; ed. Albert Howe) {ten. 17/496- 9 : Paxton}

Wandering minstrel (Der Musensohn) Op. 92 no 1 (words by Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell) {17/496-13(1) : Augener}

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

Whither? (Wohin?) {mez./ bar. 17/496-10 [No. 2] mez./bar.: F : Schirmer}

Winterreise Op. 89 (from the 'Urtext' edition (Eng. texts added) {min. sc. 04/020-7 : LPScores}

[Works by Schubert and Chopin] {p. solo 21/082-8.4 : Peters}

Schulhoff, Jules (1825-1898) Czech

Carnaval de Venise Op. 22 {p. solo 21/329.3 : John Shepherd}

Schultze, Max

Symphonie 1 Op. 38 (arr. Max Schulze) [Schumann-Schultze] {p. duet 22/047-1 : Henry Litolff}

Symphonie 4 Op. 120 (arr. Max Schulze) [Schumann-Schultze] {p. duet 22/047-4 : Henry Litolff}

Schumann, Georg (1866-1952) German

Trio [no. 2] in C major Op. 87 (2nd version) (ed. Georg Schumann) [Brahms-Schumann] {p. trio vn & vc set 24/004-4 : Belwin-Mills}

Schumann, Robert (1810-1856) German

3 Romances Op. 28 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/333-1 : Augener}

Abegg Op. 1 (ed. Gabriel Fauré) [Schumann-Fauré] {p. solo 21/334-7[1] : Durand}

[Abegg; and Papillons] {p. solo 21/334-7}

Adagio and allegro Op. 70: [for horn or oboe or violin or violoncello & piano] {set 35/078 : British & Continental}

Air (Melody) and Soldier's march {from Album for the Young} Op. 68, Nos. 1& 2 {p. solo 21/330-2 : Augener}

Album [Op. 68]: 56 orig. pieces (ed. E. Pauer) [Schumann-Pauer] {p. solo 21/332-2 d : Augener}

  Includes Advice to young musicians

Album for the young (Album für die Jugend) Op. 68: [43 pieces] (rev. & fing. Th. Kullak) {p. solo 21/332-2 b,c : Augener}

Album for the young Op. 68: 56 orig. pieces (ed. E. Pauer) [Schumann-Pauer] {p. solo 21/334-6 : Paxton}

Album for the young Op. 68: [43 pieces] {p. solo 21/332-2 a : British & Continental}

Album leaves (Albumblätter) Op. 124: [20 pieces] (ed. Hermann Eisoldt) {p. solo 21/334-6[2] : Boosey}

Album leaves (Albumblätter) Op. 124: [20 pieces] (rev. etc Otto Thümer) {p. solo 21/334-6 : Augener}

Albumblätter Op. 124: [20 pieces] (ed. Hermann Eisoldt) {p. solo 21/334-6[2] : Boosey}

Albumblätter (Album leaves) Op. 124: 20 St?cke (rev. etc Otto Thümer) {p. solo 21/334-6 : Augener}

Arabeske Op. 18 (ed. Emil von Sauer) {p. solo 21/330-3 : Peters}

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes (ed. Emil von Sauer) {p. solo 21/330-4 a : Peters}

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes (ed. Harold Bauer) {p. solo 21/330-4 2 : Schirmer}

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes (ed. Clara Schumann) {p. solo 21/330-4 b : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes mignonnes sur quatre notes (rev. Alfred Dörffel) {p. solo 21/330-4 c : Peters}

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes migninnes (rev. & fing. Xaver Scharwenka) {p. solo 21/330-4 e : Augener}

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

Concerto Op. 54 (ed.E. Pauer) [Schumann-Pauer] {p. duo 22/047-2 : 2 copies : Augener #b) lacks all after p. 64}

Davidsbündler dances Op. 6 (ed. Agnes Zimmerman & rev. Herbert Fryer) {p. solo 21/332-3 : Novello}

Davidsbündler Tanze Op. 6; Toccata Op. 7; Kinderszenen Op. 15; Kreisleriana Op. 16; Humoresque Op. 20 {p. solo min. sc. 04/021-2 : LPScores}

Des Abends Op. 12 No. 1 (ed. Eric Grant) {p. solo 21/330-8(1) : ABRSM}

Devotion: Liebeslied (arr. Liszt) [Schumann-Liszt] {p. solo 21/219-4 : 2 copies}

Dichterliebe Op. 48: song cycle [16 songs] (Ger. texts Heinrich Heine; Eng. Robert Whistler) {09/173-1 low v. : Boosey & Hawkes}

Drei Romanzen Op. 94: [for oboe. or violin & piano] {set 36/087-2 : Peters}

Drei Romanzen Op. 28 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/333-1 : Augener}

Etudes symphoniques Op. 13 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/330-6 : 2 copies : Augener}

Fantasia (C major) Op. 17 (ed. E. Pauer) {p. solo 21/330-7 b : Augener}

Fantasie Op. 17 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/330-7 a : Augener}

Fantasie C-dur Op. 17: neue Ausg. (ed. Emil von Sauer) {p. solo 21/330-7 c : Peters}

Fantasiestücke Op. 73: [3 pieces] {cello & piano set 33/A15 : Peters #cello part only}

Fantasiestücke Op. 12: [8 pieces] (ed. Harold Bauer) {p. solo 21/330-8.1 : 2 copies : Schirmer}

  Des Abends, Aufschwung, Warum?, Grillen, In der Nacht, Fabel, Traumes Wirren, Ende vom Lied

Fantasy pieces Op. 73: [for clar. & piano] {36/087 b : Peters #inc. violin & cello parts; lacks p. cond.}

Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnaval de Vienne) Op. 26: Fantasiebilder (ed. J. L. Nicodé) {p. solo 21/332-1 b : Augener}

Faschingsschwank aus Wien (Carnaval de Vienne) Op. 26 (ed. J. L. Nicodé) [Brahms-Keller] {p. solo 20/080[8] : Augener}

Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op. 26: Fantasiebilder (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) {p. solo 21/332-1 a : Peters}

Favourite pieces: [16 items including 9 Woodland Scenes Op. 82] (ed. Stanley Hawley) {p. solo 21/332-9 : Alfred Lengnick}

First album for young performers: [43 pieces] {p. solo 21/334-6[1] : Boosey}

Flower piece in D flat major Op. 19 (ed. & fingered Agnes Zimmerman) {p. solo 21/332-4 : Novello}

Four leaves {from Album for the Young Op. 68}: Set 2 Nos. 6, 8, 16 & 18 (ed. Holmes & Karn) {p. solo 21/332-2.2 : Weekes}

Frauenliebe und Leben Op. 42: cycle of 8 songs for voice & piano (poems by Adelbert v. Chamisso) {09/173-5 a) low v. : International}

  incl. Eng. trans.

Toccata Op. 7 (rev. & fingered Conrad Kühner) {p. solo 21/334-3 a : Henry Litolff}

Frühlingsnacht (arr. Liszt) [Schumann-Liszt] {p. solo 21/219-9}

Intermezzo {from Faschingsschwank aus Wien} Op. 26 No. 4 (ed. Craxton & Dunhill) [ed. Harold Craxton & Thomas Dunhill] {p. solo 21/332-1(4) : ABRSM}

Intermezzo in B minor Op. 4 No. 6 (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/332-5 : ABRSM}

Jugend-Album Op. 68 {p. solo 20/008[4] : Litolff (Enoch)}

Knight Rupert Op. 68 No. 12 (ed. T. Kullak) {p. solo 21/332-2(12) : Augener}

Konzert Op. 54 (ed.E. Pauer) [Schumann-Pauer] {p. duo 22/047-2 : 2 copies : Augener #b) lacks all after p. 64}

Kreisleriana Op. 16 (rev. Adolf Ruthardt) {p. solo 21/332-6 2 : Peters}

Lieder Bd 3: [82 songs] (rev. Max Friedlaender) {09/173(3) a) med. v. : Peters}

Nachtstücke Op. 23: [4 pieces] (ed. Emil von Sauer) {p. solo 21/332-8 : Peters}

Novelletten Op. 21 (rev. & fingered Moritz Moszkowski) {p. solo 21/332-7 b : Augener}

Novelletten Op. 21 (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) {p. solo 21/332-7 c : Peters}

Novelletten Op. 21 (Breitkopf & Härtel) {p. solo 21/332-7 a : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Novelletten Op. 21 No. 1 in F (rev. & fingered Moritz Moszkowski) {p. solo 21/332-7(1) : Augener}

Oeuvres de Robert Schumann [pour piano-pédalier ou orgue], arrangées pour orgue par Marcel Dupré [Schumann-Dupré] {40/226 : Bornemann}

  Six études en forme de canon Op. 56; Quatre esquisses Op. 58; Six fugues sur le nom de BACH Op. 60

Papillons Op. 2 {p. solo 21/334-7[2] : Augener}

Les papillons Op. 2 (ed. Gabriel Fauré) [Schumann-Fauré] {p. solo 21/334-7[2] : Durand}

Paradise and the Peri Op. 50: cantata {01/067 : 2 copies : Novello, Ewer}

Phantasiestücke Op. 73: [for clar. & piano, w. violin or cello ad lib.] {36/087 a : Breitkopf & Härtel #inc. violin & cello parts; lacks p. cond.}

Phantasie-Stücke Op. 12: [8 pieces] (ed. Moritz Moszkowski) {p. solo 21/330-8.2 : 2 copies : Augener}

  Des Abends, Aufschwung, Warum, Grillen, In der Nacht, Fabel, Traumes-Wirren, Ende vom Lied

Phantasiestücke Op. 12 No. 3, Warum? 4, Grillen {p. solo 20/014[ 9-10]}

Phantasiestücke Op. 111: [3 pieces] {p. solo 21/330-9}

Piano concerto A minor Op. 54 (abridged version) {21/330-5 : 2 copies : Peters}

Piano concerto A minor Op. 54 {min. sc. 04/021-1 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Piano quintet Eb major Op. 44 {min. sc. 04/021-3 : Eulenburg}

Pianoforte-Werke, Bd 2 (rev. Alfred Dörffel) {21/330-1(2) : Peters}

  1. Davidsbündlertänze Op. 6 2. Carnaval Op. 9 3. Novelletten Op. 21 4. Fantasiestücke Op. 12 5. Kreisleriana Op. 16

Popular pieces: [17 pieces] (sel. & arr. E. Pauer) [Schumann-Pauer] {p. solo 21/334-5 : Augener}

Quintet Eb major Op. 44 {min. sc. 04/021-3 : Eulenburg}

Romance in F sharp Op. 28 No. 2 {p. solo 21/334-10 : Joseph Williams}

Romanzen Op. 94: [for oboe. or violin & piano] {set 36/087-2 : Peters}

Rondoletto from Kinder Sonata in G Op. 118 No. 1 (ed. & fing. Gordon Saunders) {p. solo 16/050-2 [17] : Hammond}

Sämtliche Lieder Bd 1: [77 songs] {09/173(1) : 2 copies-M a) med. v. (mez. / bar.) b) orig. (sop. / ten.) : Peters}

Sämtliche Lieder Bd 2: [87 songs] (rev. Alfred Dörffel) {09/173(2) med. v. (mez. / bar.) : Peters}

Sämtliche Lieder Bd 1: [77 songs] {09/173(1) : 3 copies-M a,c) med. v. (mez. / bar.) b) orig. (sop. / ten.) : Peters}

Sämtliche Lieder Bd 2: [87 songs] (rev. Alfred Dörffel) {09/173(2) a) med. v. (mez. / bar.) : Peters}

Scènes d'enfants (Scenes of childhood) Op. 15: [13 compositions] (ed. C. Galeotti) {p. solo 21/334-8 c : Collection Orpheé}

Scènes de la forêt Op. 82 (ed. C. Galeotti) {p. solo 21/331-1}

Scenes from childhood Op. 15: [13 compositions] (ed. Emil Pauer) {p. solo 21/334-8 e : Augener}

Scenes of childhood (Scènes d'enfants) Op. 15: [13 compositions] (Clara Schumann edition) {p. solo 21/334-8 d : British & Continental}

Scenes of childhood (Kinderscenen) Op. 15: [13 compositions] (ed. Th. Kullak) {p. solo 21/334-8 : 2 copies a,b : Augener}

Schlummerlied {from Albumblättern Op. 124} {p. solo 20/014[ 8]}

Six songs for soprano: recital album {11/026-1 : 2 copies}

Sonata Op. 22 (ed. Karl Klindworth) {p. solo 21/334-2 d : Stanley Lucas, Weber}

Sonate Op. 22 (ed. Clara Schumann) {p. solo 21/334-2 c : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Sonate Op. 22 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/334-2 : 2 copies a,b : Augener}

Sonate Op. 11 (rev. & fingered Otto Thümer) {p. solo 21/334-1 : Augener}

Song for the new year Op. 144: for [SMATB soli], chor. & orch. {01/067-2 : Novello}

The songs of Robert Schumann: [75 songs] (ed. J. L. Hatton) {09/173-3 : 2 copies : Boosey}

Symphonie 1 Op. 38 (arr. Max Schulze) [Schumann-Schultze] {p. duet 22/047-1 : Henry Litolff}

Symphonie 4 Op. 120 (arr. Max Schulze) [Schumann-Schultze] {p. duet 22/047-4 : Henry Litolff}

Symphonies [1-4]: [4 p. duets] (arr. Theodor Kirchner) [Schumann-Kirchner] {22/047-3 : Schirmer}

Three romances Op. 94 {viola & piano set 32/013 : Belwin-Mills #p. cond. only}

Three Romances Op. 28 (ed. O. Thümer) {p. solo 21/333-1 : Augener}

Toccata Op. 7 {p. solo 21/334-3 b : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Träumerei (Rêverie) {violin & piano set 28/065-3(1) : Beal, Stuttard}

Vocal album: 55 songs (low v. ed.) {09/173-4 : 2 copies a) low v. b) high v. : Schirmer}

Vocal duets {15/054 : Novello}

Waldszenen Op. 82: nine piano pieces (ed. Clara Schumann) {21/334-4 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum) (Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood) {17/499-1 [No. 1 in] Eb : Augener}

Warum willst Du? Op. 37 No.11 (Rückert) {sop. 17/499-2 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Werke für Pianoforte solo, Bd 2 (rev. Alfred Dörffel) {21/330-1(2) : Peters}

  1. Davidsbündlertänze Op. 6 2. Carnaval Op. 9 3. Novelletten Op. 21 4. Fantasiestücke Op. 12 5. Kreisleriana Op. 16

Widmung {from Myrthen} Op. 25 Nr 1: [Lied] (von R?ckert) {10/045-9[21] : Fr. Kistner}

Widmung (Devotion) Op. 25 no.1 (Rückert; Eng. by Paul England) {17/499-3 : Augener}

Schürer, Leopold D

Poppies {p. solo 21/335-2 : Mozart Allan}

Serenaders waltz {p. solo 21/335 : Mozart Allan}

Schütt, Edouard (1856-1933) Russian

Carnaval mignon Op. 48: scènes pantomimiques {p. solo 21/329 : Simrock}

Schütz, Heinrich (1585-1672) German

The Christmas story (trans. & arr. Neil Butterworth) [Schütz-Butterworth] {02/107-3 : Chappell}

The St Matthew Passion (ed. & Eng. text H.M. Adams) {02/107-2 : OUP}

A selection of choruses and recitatives from The four Passions {02/107-1 : Novello}

Schweizer, Otto

Kirmess: valse descriptive of a village fair {p. solo 21/336}

Scott, Bennett (1875-1930) American

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}

Scott, Charles Kennedy (1876-1965) English

see Scott, Kennedy

Scott, Cyril (1879-1970) English

Afterday Op. 50 No. 1 ([words by Cyril Scott]) {17/501-1 No. 2 in C : Elkin}

Andante in F {from the Clavier sonata in D minor} (arr. Cyril Scott) [Bach-Scott] {p. duo set 22/003-11 : Elkin}

Blackbird's song Op. 52 No. 3 (words by Rosamund Marriott Watson) {17/501-2 : 3 copies a,b,c) No. 2 in Eb : Elkin}

Cherry ripe (words by Herrick; arr. Cyril Scott) [Horn-Scott] {17/501-6 high v. : Elkin}

Cherry ripe {p. solo 21/338-3 : Schott}

Daffodils Op. 68 No. 1 (words by Ella Erskine) {17/501-5 No. 2 in Bb : Elkin}

Danse nègre: Arranged For Piano Duet by Esther Fisher (arr. for piano duet by Esther Fisher) {p. duet 22/048-1 : 2 copies : Elkin}

Jig fugue in G (arr. Cyril Scott) [Bach-Scott] {p. duo set 22/003- 4 : Elkin}

Lotus land Op. 47 No. 1 {p. solo 21/338-1 : 2 copies : Elkin}

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2 (words by Christina Rossetti) {10/045-6[6] No. 2 in Eb : Elkin}

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2 (words by Christina Rossetti) {17/501-3 : 2 copies a) No. 3 in F b) No. 2 in Eb : Elkin}

Second album of pianoforte pieces {p. solo 21/338(2) : Elkin}

  Russian dance, Intermezzo, Asphodel, Cavatina, Ode heroique

The unforeseen Op. 74 No. 3 (words by Rosamund Marriott Watson) {17/501-4 : 3 copies No. 3 in D b,c) No. 1 in Bb : Elkin}

Water-wagtail Op. 71 No. 3 (Bergeronnette) {p. solo 21/338-2 : 2 copies : Elkin}

Scott, Francis George (1880-1958) Scottish

Songs of Francis George Scott (1880-1958): centenary album [41 songs] (sel. & ed. Neil Mackay) {09/177 : Roberton}

Scott, John Prindle (1877-1932) American

Light's glittering morn: Easter solo (by John Prindle Scott) {17/502-1 low v. : Schirmer}

Repent ye: sacred song ([words from St Matthew's Gospel]) {17/502-2 low in D min : Schirmer}

Scott, Kennedy (1876-1965) English

The lost melody: waltz song (words by Kennedy Scott) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/502.5 : Scott Brothers}

Scott, Alicia (Lady John Douglas) (1810-1900) Scottish

Annie Laurie: arr. for TTBB {18/145 : 4 copies : Curwen}

Annie Laurie (words by Burns) {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[50]}

Ettrick: song (words by Lady John Scott) {10/045-4[18] : Lonsdale}

Think on me (words by Lady John Scott; arr. J. Michael Diack) [Scott-Diack] {17/503 : 4 copies a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in F : Paterson}

Scott-Gatty, Alfred (1847-1918) English

see Gatty, Alfred Scott

Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) Russian

2 poèmes Op. 63 {p. solo 21/340-4 : Ed. Russe}

  1. Masques 2. Etrangeté

3 préludes Op. 35 {p. solo 21/340(3) [35] : Belaieff}

4 préludes Op. 37 {p. solo 21/340(3) [37] : Belaieff}

5 préludes Op. 16 {p. solo 21/340-2 : Belaieff}

5ème sonate Op. 53 {p. solo 21/340-3 : Ed. Russe}

6me Sonate Op. 62 {p. solo 21/340(4) [62] : Ed. Russe}

7me Sonate Op. 64 {p. solo 21/340(4) [64] : Ed. Russe}

8 études Op. 42 {p. solo 21/340(3) [42] : Belaieff}

12 etudes Op. 8 No. 2 {p. solo 21/340-5(2) : Belaieff}

12 études Op. 8 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 8] : Belaieff}

24 préludes Op. 11 {p. solo 21/340(2) [11] : Belaieff}

Album of 6 pieces {p. solo 21/340-1 : International}

Allegro appassionato Op. 4 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 4] : Belaieff}

Allegro de concert Op. 18 {p. solo 21/340(2) [18] : Belaieff}

Cinq préludes Op. 15 {p. solo 21/340(2) [15] : Belaieff}

Cinq préludes Op. 16 {p. solo 21/340(2) [16] : Belaieff}

Cinq préludes Op. 16 {p. solo 21/340-2 : Belaieff}

Cinquième sonate Op. 53 {p. solo 21/340-3 : Ed. Russe}

Cinquième sonate Op. 53 {p. solo 21/340(4) [53] : Ed. Russe}

Deux impromptus à la Mazur Op. 7 No. 1 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 7.1] : Jurgenson}

Deux impromptus à la Mazur Op. 7 No. 2 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 7.2] : Jurgenson}

Deux impromptus Op. 10 {p. solo 21/340(1) [10] : Belaieff}

Deux impromptus Op. 12 {p. solo 21/340(2) [12] : Belaieff}

Deux impromptus Op. 14 {p. solo 21/340(2) [14] : Belaieff}

Deux mazurkas Op. 40 {p. solo 21/340(3) [40] : Belaieff}

Deux morceaux Op. 57 {p. solo 21/340(4) [57] : Belaieff}

  1. Désir 2. Caresse dansée

Deux morceaux Op. 59 {p. solo 21/340(4) [59] : Belaieff}

  1. Poème 2. Prélude

Deux nocturnes Op. 5 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 5] : Jurgenson}

  1. Fis-moll 2. A-dur

Deux poèmes Op. 63 {p. solo 21/340-4 : Ed. Russe}

  1. Masques 2. Etrangeté

Deux poèmes Op. 32 {p. solo 21/340(3) [32] : Belaieff}

Deux poëmes Op. 44 {p. solo 21/340(4) [44] : Belaieff}

Deux poèmes Op. 63 {p. solo 21/340(4) [63] : Ed. Russe}

  1. Masques 2. Etrangeté

Deux préludes Op. 27 {p. solo 21/340(3) [27] : Belaieff}

Dix mazurkas Op. 3 Liv. 1, nos.1-5 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 3.1] : Jurgenson}

Dix mazurkas Op. 3 Liv. 2, nos .6-10 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 3.2] : Jurgenson}

Douze etudes Op. 8 No. 2 {p. solo 21/340-5(2) : Belaieff}

Douze études Op. 8 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 8] : Belaieff}

Fantaisie in B minor Op. 28 {p. solo 21/340(3) [28] : Belaieff}

Huit études Op. 42 {p. solo 21/340(3) [42] : Belaieff}

Neuf mazurkas Op. 25 {p. solo 21/340(2) [25] : Belaieff}

Poëme satanique Op. 36 {p. solo 21/340(3) [36] : Belaieff}

Poème Op. 41 {p. solo 21/340(3) [41] : Belaieff}

Poème tragique Op. 34 {p. solo 21/340-10 : Belaieff}

Poème tragique Op. 34 {p. solo 21/340(3) [34] : Belaieff}

Poème-nocturne Op. 61 {p. solo 21/340-6 : Ed. Russe}

Poème-nocturne Op. 61 {p. solo 21/340(4) [61] : Ed. Russe}

Polonaise Op. 21 {p. solo 21/340(2) [21] : Belaieff}

Prelude and nocturne for the left hand Op. 9 {p. solo 21/340-7 : Chester}

Prélude et nocturne pour la main gauche seule Op. 9 {p. solo 21/340-7 : Chester}

Prélude et nocturne pour la main gauche seule Op. 9 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 9] : Belaieff}

Quasi Valse Op. 47 {p. solo 21/340(4) [47] : Belaieff}

Quatre morceaux Op. 51 {p. solo 21/340(4) [51] : Belaieff}

  1. Fragilité 2. Prélude 3. Poëme ailé 4. Danse languide

Quatre morceaux Op. 56 {p. solo 21/340(4) [56] : Belaieff}

  1. Prélude 2. Ironies 3. Nuances 4. Etude

Quatre préludes Op. 22 {p. solo 21/340(2) [22] : Belaieff}

Quatre préludes Op. 31 {p. solo 21/340(3) [31] : Belaieff}

Quatre préludes Op. 33 {p. solo 21/340(3) [33] : Belaieff}

Quatre préludes Op. 37 {p. solo 21/340(3) [37] : Belaieff}

Quatre préludes Op. 39 {p. solo 21/340(3) [39] : Belaieff}

Quatre préludes Op. 48 {p. solo 21/340(4) [48] : Belaieff}

Scherzo Op. 46 {p. solo 21/340(4) [46] : Belaieff}

[Scriabin album, vol. 1 (Op. 1-10)] {p. solo 21/340(1)}

[Scriabin album, vol. 2 (Op. 11-19, 21-23, 25)] {p. solo 21/340(2)}

[Scriabin album, vol. 3 (Op. 27-28, 30-42)] {p. solo 21/340(3)}

[Scriabin album, vol. 4 (Op. 44-49, 51-53,56-57,59,61-64)] {p. solo 21/340(4)}

Sept préludes Op. 17 {p. solo 21/340(2) [17] : Belaieff}

Septième Sonate Op. 64 {p. solo 21/340(4) [64] : Ed. Russe}

Six préludes Op. 13 {p. solo 21/340(2) [13] : Belaieff}

Sixième Sonate Op. 62 {p. solo 21/340(4) [62] : Ed. Russe}

Sonate Op. 6 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 6] : Belaieff}

Sonate no. 3 Op. 23 {p. solo 21/340(2) [23] : Belaieff}

Sonate no. 4 Op. 30 {p. solo 21/340(3) [30] : Belaieff}

Sonate-fantaisie no. 2 Op. 19 {p. solo 21/340(2) [19] : Belaieff}

Tragödie Op. 34 {p. solo 21/340-10 : Belaieff}

Tragödie Op. 34 {p. solo 21/340(3) [34] : Belaieff}

Trois morceaux Op. 52 {p. solo 21/340-8 : Ed. Russe}

  1. Poème 2. Enigme 3. Poème Languide

Trois morceaux Op. 2 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 2] : Jurgenson}

  1. Etude 2. Prélude 3. Impromptu à la Mazur

Trois morceaux Op. 45 {p. solo 21/340(4) [45] : Belaieff}

  1. Feuillet d'album 2. Poëme fantasque 3. Prélude

Trois morceaux Op. 49 {p. solo 21/340(4) [49] : Belaieff}

  1. Etude 2. Prélude 3. Rêverie

Trois morceaux Op. 52 {p. solo 21/340(4) [52] : Ed. Russe}

  1. Poème 2. Enigme 3. Poème languide

Trois préludes Op. 35 {p. solo 21/340(3) [35] : Belaieff}

Valse F-moll Op. 1 {p. solo 21/340(1) [ 1] : Jurgenson}

Valse Op. 38 {p. solo 21/340(3) [38] : Belaieff}

Vers la flamme Op. 72 Poème {p. solo 21/340-9 : Jurgenson}

Vingt-quatre préludes Op. 11 {p. solo 21/340(2) [11] : Belaieff}

Scull, Guy H. 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}

Seaver, Blanche Ebert (1891-1994) Norwegian-American

Just for to-day: sacred song (prayer by Sybil F. Partridge) {17/504-1 : 2 copies a,b) low Db : Sam Fox}

Seeger, Pete (1919- American

Where have all the flowers gone? (words and music Pete Seeger) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/504.3 : Harmony}

Seiffert, Ernst (1892-1948) Anglo-Austrian

see Tauber, Richard

Selby, Peter

Love Is new (words and music Peter Selby) {17/504.5-1}

Selby, Philip

Sonatina {p. solo 21/344-1 : Notabene}

Spirit of the Earth: for flute solo {36/089 : Notabene}

Ten little studies: guitar solo {39/010 : Notabene}

Three Scottish songs [for voice & violin] {28/044.3 : Notabene}

Two meditations at the tomb of Ravel {p. solo 21/344-2 : Notabene}

Self, Geoffrey (1930-2008) English

Watt's cradle hymn: unison song {17/504.7 : Elkin}

Senaillé, Jean Baptiste (1687-1730) French

Allegro spiritoso (arr. J. Salmon) [Senaillé-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/066-3 : Ricordi}

Largo et Gigue (arr. J. Salmon) [Senaillé-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/066-2 : Ricordi}

Sarabande et Allemande (arr. J. Salmon) [Senaillé-Salmon] {cello & piano set 33/066-1 : Ricordi}

Senior, Wilfrid

A Highland love song (My fair and rare one) (Eng. words by Prof. Blackie; arr. Wilfrid Senior) {17/505-1 : 2 copies : Kerr}

Twa bonnie maidens (The Isle of Skye): Scottish song (words from 'Hogg's Jacobite Relics'; arr. Wilfrid Senior) {17/505-2 low (C) : Kerr}

Serauky, Walter (1903-1959) German

Suite No. 8 (arr. Walter Serauky) [Handel-Serauky] {p. solo 21/166-5}

Serradell, Narciso

La golondrina (The swallow): Mexican song (words by Cecily Danes) {17/506 : 2 copies a) [No. 1 in] D b) [No. 2 in] F : New World}

Seume, Albert (1810-18??) Anglo-German

Urie: march {p. solo 21/345-1}

Ševcik, Ottokar (1852-1934) Czech

School of bowing techniques Op. 2 part 2 [nos. 13-28] (ed. L. R. Feuillard & A. E. Bosworth) {cello 25/014-2(2) : Bosworth}

School of bowing techniques Op. 2 part 6 [no. 38] (ed. L. R. Feuillard & A. E. Bosworth) {cello 25/014-2(6) : Bosworth}

Studies arranged for viola (alto) Op. 8: changes of position and preparatory scale studies ([ed.] Lionel Tertis) [Sevcik-Tertis] {25/014-3 : Bosworth}

Violin works Op. 8: changes of position {25/014(8)}

Violoncello works Op. 2 part 2: school of bowing techniques, nos. 13-28 (ed. L. R. Feuillard & A. E. Bosworth) {25/014-2(2) : Bosworth}

Violoncello works Op. 2 part 6: school of bowing techniques, no. 38 (ed. L. R. Feuillard & A. E. Bosworth) {25/014-2(6) : Bosworth}

Sévérac, Déodat de (1873-1921) French

Ou l'on entend une vieille boîte à musique {p. solo 21/345.3 : Chester}

Seybold, Arthur (1868-1948) English

The magic fiddle, Grade 3 (moderate): [12 pieces] (ed. & arr. Arthur Seybold) {violin & piano set 28/063-4(3) : Alfred Lengnick}

Shapcott, Malcolm English

A Christmas carol: musical play (book by Christopher Bedloe, lyrics by James Wood) {07/031.5 : Samuel French #marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Sharp, Cecil James (1859-1924) English

Brighton Camp {from English Country Dances}: notation and music {p. solo 21/345.5-1 : Novello}

Folk-songs from Somerset, Set 2 (coll. & ed. Cecil J. Sharp) {10/013(2) : Novello}

Folk songs from Somerset, 2nd ser. (ed. C.J. Sharp & P.L. Marson) {10/013.1(2) : Novello}

Gathering peascods {from English Country Dances}: notation and music {p. solo 21/345.5-2 : Novello}

O no, John: folk-song from Somerset (coll. & arr. Cecil J. Sharp) {17/506.7(2) : Schott}

A selection of collected folksongs, vol. 1: [36 songs] (arr. Cecil J. Sharp & R. Vaughan Williams) {10/075[1] : Novello}

A selection of collected folksongs, vol. 1: [36 songs] (arr. Cecil J. Sharp & R.V. Williams) {10/029(1) : 2 copies : Novello}

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}

Sharp, Vernon Lathom

Dearest of all: song (words and music by Vernon Lathom Sharp) {17/507-1 No. 1: C (low) : Lawrence Wright}

Sharpe, Cedric (1891- English

Six old Irish airs [arr. Cedric Sharpe] {cello & piano set 33/080-1 : Hawkes}

Sharpe, Evelyn English

One little hour: song (words by Leslie Cooke) {17/508-1 No. 3 in D : Cramer}

South Wind (words by M. I. Horton) {17/508-3 : Cramer}

When the great red dawn is shining: song (words by Edward Lockton) {17/508-2 No. 3 in Bb : Cramer}

Shattuck, Charles Flagg (b.1849) American

Chiming bells of long ago ([words by George Cooper]) {16/050-1[20] #damaged copy}

Shaw, Geoffrey

St Agnes morn: song (arr. Geoffrey Shaw; words by Selwyn Image) [Purcell-Shaw] {17/460-4 : Cramer}

Ten Purcell duets {from Dioclesian} (arr. Geoffrey Shaw) [Purcell-Shaw] {p. duet 22/033-2 : Joseph Williams}

Twice 33 carols: for home and chrch use {p. voc. + sol-fa 01/067.5 : Boosey}

The vagrant: unison song (words Anon.) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/509-1 : Cramer}

Shaw, Howard

The way of life (words by Herbert Jefferson) {17/509.5 No. 2 in F : Larway}

Shaw, Martin (1875-1958) English

At Columbine's grave: song (words by Bliss Carman) {17/510-6 : 2 copies all) A min : Cramer}

Bab-Lock-Hythe (words by Laurence Binyon) {17/510-1 : 2 copies : Curwen}

The bubble song {from The Cockyolly Bird} (words by Mabel Dearmer) {17/510-2 No. 2 in C min : Chappell}

A Christmas song (words by Eugene Field) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/510-7 : Evans Bros.}

Easter carol (words by Christina Rossetti) {17/510-3 : Curwen}

Heffle cuckoo fair (words by Rudyard Kipling) {17/510-4 : 2 copies : Curwen}

I know a bank (words by Shakespeare) {17/510-11 : 2 copies : Cramer}

The little waves of Breffny (words by Eva Gore-Booth) {17/510-5(1) : Cramer}

O, Falmouth is a fine town (words by W. E. Henley) {17/510-9 high v. (E) : Curwen}

The song of the palanquin bearers (words by Sarojini Naidu) {17/510-8 : 2 copies a,b) high v. (E) : Curwen}

There was a rosebud bloomed in the snow: Christmas carol (words by Doris Pailthorpe) {17/510-10 : Novello}

Wth a voice of singing (Isaiah xlvii v.20): short full anthem (for SATB) {p. voc. + sol-fa 02/108.5 : 2 copies : Curwen}

Shaw, Thomas B. Scottish

Barcarolle {from Tales of Hoffmann} (arr. Thom. B. Shaw) [Offenbach-Shaw] {violin & piano set 28/034.8 : Mozart Allan}

Sheldon, Mary

Epitaph (words by Walter De La Mare) {17/511 No. 3 in Ab : Swan}

Sheridan, Mark (1867-1918) English

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}

Sherman, Al (1897-1973) American

No! No! A thousand times no!: waltz song in melodrama (words and music Al Sherman, Al Lewis & Abner Silver) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/511.5 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Sherwin, Manning (1902-1974) American

A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square (lyric by Eric Maschwitz) {17/511.7 : EMI}

Shield, William (1748-1829) English

The thorn (words by Charles Dibdin?, after Burns?) {17/512 : Walker & Son}

The wolf {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/512-2 : Paxton}

Shirley, Lilian

There's a ship that's bound for Blighty: song (words by Worton David) {17/513 No. 1 in Eb : Lawrence Wright}

Shore, William (1791-1877) English

O! Willie brew'd a peck o' maut (words by Burns) {TBarB soli p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[65]}

Shostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975) Russian

Dances of the dolls: seven pieces for piano solo {21/346-1 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Klaviertrio Op. 67 {p. trio vn & vc set 24/027.5 : Peters}

String quartet No. 1 Op. 49 {set 42/029.5(1) : International #a) cello part only}

Second Waltz {'from the Suite No. 2 for Jazz Orchestra' / Suite for Variety Orchestra ?}: cello part only (arr. André Rieu/Jan van der Goot) {set 33/085[3] : Sikorski #a) cello part only}

Sonata no. 2 Op. 64 [ie 61] {p. solo 21/346-4 : Leeds Music}

Streichquartette Nr 7 Op. 108 {set 42/029.5(7) : Sikorski}

String quartet No. 8 Op. 110 {set 42/029.5(8) : Leeds Music #a) cello part only}

Three fantastic dances Op. 5 {p. solo 21/346-3 : Anglo-Soviet}

Trio Op. 67 {p. trio vn & vc set 24/027.5 : Peters}

Twenty-four preludes and fugues Op. 87, Vol 1 (Nos. 1-12) {p. solo 21/346-2.1}

Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957) Finnish

8 petits morceaux Op. 99 {p. solo 21/348-8 : Fazer}

Aus banger Brust (O wert thou here) Op. 50 No. 4: with additional Swedish & Finnish text ([words by] Richard Dehmel; [Eng. trans.] Rosa Newmarch) {17/514-1 high v. (orig.) : Frederick Harris}

Barcarola Op. 24 No. 10 {p. solo 21/348-1 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Be still my soul {from Finlandia} {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/514-2 : 2 copies : British & Continental}

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1 (by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace) {10/045-8.2[10] : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1 (by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace) {17/514-3 : 2 copies : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Andantino Op. 24 Nr 7 {from Zehn Stücke} {p. solo 21/348-9(7) : 2 copies : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Finlandia Op. 26 Nr 7 (organ transc. H. A. Fricker) {organ 40/229 b : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Finlandia Op. 26 Nr 7 {p. solo 21/348-2 : Breitkopf}

Finlandia Op. 26 Nr 7: transc. for organ (transc. H. A. Fricker) {40/229 a : British & Continental}

Huit petits morceaux Op. 99 {p. solo 21/348-8 : Fazer}

Little Lasse (Berceuse) (by Z. Topelius; Eng. version William Wallace) {17/514-4 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Luonnotar {from Kalevala} Op. 70: tone poem for sop. & orch. {17/514-5 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Nocturno Op. 24 No. 8 {p. solo 21/348-7 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Romance Op. 24 Nr 9 {from Zehn Stücke} {p. solo 21/348-3 d : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Romance in D flat major Op. 24 No. 9 {p. solo 21/348-3 : 2 copies a,b : British & Continental}

Romanze Des dur Op. 24 Nr 9 {from Zehn Stücke} {p. solo 21/348-3 c : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Der Schwan von Tuonela Op. 22 No. 3 {p. solo 21/348-6 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Sechs Impromptus Op. 5 {p. solo 21/348-5 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Die stille Stadt (The silent town) Op. 50 No. 5: with additional Swedish & Finnish text (words by Richard Dehmel) {17/514-6 high v. (orig.) : Frederick Harris}

The tryst (Gretchen vient du rendez-vous) Op. 37 No. 5 (by J.L. Rüneberg; Eng. version William Wallace) {17/514-7 : 2 copies : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Valse triste Op. 44 {p. solo 21/348-4 : 2 copies : British & Continental}

Valse triste Op. 44 (arr. Fr. Hermann) [Sibelius-Hermann] {violin & piano set 28/044.5 : Breitkopf}

Zwei Miniaturen: Romance-Valse {p. solo 21/288-3(5) : 2 copies : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Sibley, John Churchill (1858-1938) English

Eight voluntaries for organ [Stanley-Coleman] {40/230 : Hammond}

  1. Consolation 2. Contemplation 3. Meditation 4. Prelude 5. Benedictus 6. Agnus Dei 7. Morning prayer 8. Evening prayer

Sieczynski, Rudolf

Vienna, city of my dreams (Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume): song (Eng. words Edward Lockton) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/515 : 2 copies : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Silas, Edouard (1827-1909) Dutch

The King shall rejoice: Coronation anthem (arr. E. Silas) [Handel-Silas] {SAATBB choir 02/052-1 : 3 copies : Novello}

O praise the Lord with one consent: sixth Chandos anthem (arr. E. Silas) [Handel-Silas] {SATB choir 02/052-2 : Novello}

Silésu, Lao (1883-1953) Italian-French

A little love, a little kiss (Un peu d'amour): song (Eng. words Adrian Ross) {17/516-2 : 2 copies No. 2 in D b) No. 1 in C : Chappell}

Love, here is my heart (Mon coeur est pour toi): song (words by Adrian Ross) {17/516-1 No. 1 in Eb : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Silva, Edward

Swinging: voc. valse {17/516.5 : Wickins}

Silvers, Louis

April showers {from The Jolson Story} (words by B. G. DeSylva) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/517 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Silverstone, Mendel

'Pompadour' polka {p. solo 16/050-2 [13] : Moffatt}

Sim, Alec Scottish

The wind on the heath: Scottish pastoral for violin & piano (with arr. for p. solo) {set 28/044.8 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Simandl, Franz (1840-1912) Czech

Thirty etudes for the double bass {34/080-1 : Belwin-Mills}

Simon, Eric (1907-1994) Austrian-American

First solos for the clarinet player: [21 pieces] (transc. Eric Simon) {36/121-1 : 2 copies : Schirmer #a) p. cond. only}

Simper, Caleb (1856-1942) English

The rolling seasons: sacred cantata {01/068}

Seventeen voluntaries for the organ, American organ or harmonium {45/121(2) : Weekes}

Simpson, Nellie

Along the dusty road: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/518-2 a) No. 1 in F : Warren & Phillips}

Your England and mine: song (words by Edward Lockton) {17/518 : 2 copies a) No. 1 in C (b) No. 2 in D : Larway}

Simson, Harold Fraser- (1878-1944) English

see Fraser-Simson, Harold

Sinclair, George Robertson 1863-1917 English

Pomp and circumstance (Military march no. 4 in G): arr. as organ solo (arr. G. R. Sinclair) [Elgar-Sinclair] {40/090-4 : Boosey}

Sinding, Christian (1856-1941) Norwegian

Charakterstücke Op. 33 No. 1-3 {p. solo 21/350-2(1-3) : Peters}

  1. A la menuetto 2.Chant sans paroles 3. Impromptu

Characterstücke Op. 33 No. 4-6 {p. solo 21/350-2(4-6) : Peters}

  4. Ständchen (Serenade) 5.Danse orientale 6. Scherzo

Frühlingsrauschen (Rustle of Spring) Op. 32 No. 3 {p. solo 21/350-1 : 3 copies a,b,c : Peters}

Klavierstücke Op. 33 No. 4-6 {p. solo 21/350-2(4-6) : Peters}

  4. Ständchen (Serenade) 5.Danse orientale 6. Scherzo

Rustle of Spring Op. 32 No. 3 {p. solo 21/350-1 : 2 copies d,e : Novello}

Rustle of Spring Op. 32 No. 3 {p. solo 21/350-1 : 3 copies a,b,c : Peters}

Sechs Stücke Op. 32 No. 1-3 {p. solo 20/002[3] : Peters}

Serenade Op. 33 No. 4 {p. solo 21/350-2(4) : Peters}

Sylvelin: song ([words by] Vetle Vislie) {10/045-6[9] No. 2 med. v. in A min (orig.) : Augener}

  incl. Norwegian and Danish versions

Singer, Louis C. (1912-1966) American

Smoke gets in your eyes (arr. Louis C. Singer) [Kern-Singer] {p. solo 21/208- 4 : Chappell}

Singer, Otto (1833-1894) German

Götterdämmerung (The Twilight of the Gods) (Klavierauszug von Otto Singer; Eng. trans. Ernest Newman) [Wagner-Singer] {06/072-6 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Hungarian dances vol. 1, 1-10 (ed. Otto Singer) [Brahms-Singer] {p. solo 21/053-5.3(1) : Novello}

Das Rheingold (Klavierauszug von Otto Singer; Eng. trans. Ernest Newman) [Wagner-Singer] {06/072-8 a : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Der Rosenkavalier Op. 59: concert waltz for two p. (arr. Otto Singer) [Strauss-Singer] {set 22/053 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Siegfried (Klavierauszug von Otto Singer; Eng. trans. Ernest Newman) [Wagner-Singer] {06/072-9 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Symphonie 4 B flat major Op. 60 (arr. Otto Singer) [Beethoven-Singer] {p. duo 22/005-6 : 2 copies : Peters}

Symphonie 7 A major Op. 92 (arr. Otto Singer) [Beethoven-Singer] {p. duo 22/005-7 : 2 copies : Peters}

Symphonies Bk 1, Nos. 1-5 (arr. Otto Singer) [Beethoven-Singer] {p. duet 22/005(1) a : Peters}

Sjöberg, C. L. (1861-1900) Swedish

Tonerna: sång {17/518.2 high v. : Lundquist}

Skakle, Margaret (1886-1939) Scottish

Where the high-road ends: [song & chorus] (composed for the Cairngorm Club, with words by Miss Mary Agnes Skakle) {17/518.3}

Skelly, Joseph P. (1853-1895) American

He isn't a marrying man: [song and chorus] (written and composed Joseph P. Skelly) {16/050-1 [7] : Howard}

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus ([words and music J.P. Skelly]) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.5 b) : Francis}

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus (words and music J.P. Skelly) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.5 a) : Paxton}

Skinner, James Scott (1843-1927) Scottish

The Cairngorm series no. 9 {p. solo 21/351(9) : Bayley & Ferguson}

  1. The Fyvie sensation 2. The rosebud of Allanvale 3. Macdonald's kilt

Oor ain fireside (cradle song) (words by Joe Corrie) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.8 : Bayley & Ferguson}

The Scottish violinist: [selection of ~160 strathspeys, reels &c for the violin] {fiddle 26/018-3 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Skryabin, Aleksandr (1872-1915) Russian

see Scriabin, Alexander

Slade, Julian (1930-2006) English

Salad days: musical play {07/032 : EMI}

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days} (words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/519-1 : 2 copies : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Slater, David Dick (1869-1942) Scottish-Canadian

I dream of Jeanie [with the light brown hair] (Stephen Foster; arr. David Dick Slater) [Foster-Slater] {17/201 d) med. F : Frederick Harris}

Slater, Edward (1844-1920) Irish

see Barri, Odoardo (pseud.)

Slater, Gordon

The green willow (Trad.) {17/520 : OUP}

Slatter, J. W. Scottish

Sonata g moll (arr. J. W. Slatter) [Handel-Slatter] {cello & piano set 33/038-3 : Schott}

Slaughter, Walter

The twin {from The French Maid}: (Charles & Jack) duet (words by Basil Hood) {18/147 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Smallwood, William (1831-97) English

Introduction and march {p. solo 16/050-2 [19] : John Blockley}

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

Knave of clubs polka (arr. William Smallwood) [Bucalossi-Smallwood] {p. solo 16/050-1 [3] : Chappell}

Loch Lomond: Scotch air (arr. William Smallwood) {p. solo 16/050-1 [6] : Cramer}

Third waltz, in F {p. solo 16/050-1 [4] : Williams}

Smart, Grenville

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

Smart, Henry Thomas (1813-1879) English

The Bride of Dunkerron: dramatic cantata (words by Frederick Enoch) {01/069 : Novello}

Choral book: [62 pieces arr. for 4-voice] choir & org. {40/235-3 : Boosey}

Compositions for the organ, Bk 1 (easy): [21 compositions] (sel. & ed. Purcell J. Mansfield) {40/235-1(1) : Bayley & Ferguson}

The Lord is my Shepherd: paraphr. of 23rd Psalm (words by W. S. Passmore) {sop. & alto / contr. 18/149-1 : Novello}

March in G {organ 40/023-2 : 2 copies : Novello}

Queen of the Night: trio (SSB) (words by W. H. Bellamy) {18/149-2 : Robert Cocks}

Te Deum laudamus {SA / TB choir org. + voc. sc. 02/110 : Novello}

Twelve short & easy pieces 9-12 {organ 40/235(13) : Novello}

When the wind blows in from the sea: duet (mez. & bar.) (poetry by Frederick Enoch) {16/050-4 [40] : Ascherberg}

Smetana, Bedric (1824-1884) Czech

The Bartered Bride: comic opera (Eng. version Rosa Newmarch) {06/051-1 : 2 copies b,c : Hawkes & Son}

The Bartered Bride: comic opera (concert ed., arr. Julius Harrison) [Smetana-Harrison] {06/051-1 a : Boosey & Hawkes #a) includes separatum of chorus parts}

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

Ceské tance (Böhmische Tänze) {p. solo 21/354-2 a : Urbánek}

The Moldau {from My Fatherland} (transcr. Felix Guenther) {p. solo 21/354-1 : 2 copies : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Ouvertüre {Die Verkaufte Braut} {p. solo 21/354-3 : Schott}

Smethurst, J. Cyril English

100 musical dictation exercises, melodic and harmonic {organ 40/020-3 : Weekes}

One hundred musical dictation exercises, melodic and harmonic {organ 40/020-3 : Weekes}

Smieton, John More (1857-1904) Scottish

Fairwell, dear country {from Ariadne} {17/520.8-3}

Hark! The sound {recitative from King Arthur} {sop. & ten. 18/150[1]}

Love of my youthful days {duet from King Arthur} {sop. & ten. 18/150[2]}

O gentle sleep {from Conla} {17/520.8-2}

Recitative and duet from King Arthur {sop. & ten. 18/150}

Secret love (words by F. D.) {17/520.8-1}

Smith, Alice Mary (1839-1884) English

The keel row: duet (arr. Miss Smith (=Alice Mary Smith?)) {18/151-2 : Keith, Prowse}

Maying: duet (contr. & bar.) (words by Rev. Charles Kingsley) {16/050-5 [22] No. 3 in F : Edwin Ashdown}

Maying: duet (words by Rev. Charles Kingsley) {sop. & ten. 18/151-1 a) No. 2 in G : Walsh, Holmes}

Maying ("O that we two were maying"): duet for sop. & ten. (or contr. & bar./bass) (words by Rev. Charles Kingsley) {18/151(2) : 2 copies a,b) No. 2 in F : Edwin Ashdown}

Smith, Herbert Arnold English

Britain calling (Big Ben strikes nine): song (words by Elizabeth Gorell) {17/521 : Boosey}

Smith, James T. Scottish

Fifty gems of Scottish song (arr. James T. Smith) {p. voc. + sol-fa 10/061-7(1) : Bayley & Ferguson}

Smith, Robert Archibald (1780-1829) Scottish

Jessie, the flow'r o' Dumblane (words by Tannahill) {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[66]}

Smith, Seymour

The spider and the fly: humorous duet for mez. & bar. (words by G. Hubi Newcombe) {18/153 : 2 copies : Beal, Stuttard}

Smith, Sydney (1839-1889) English

Sleigh bells: Canadian reminiscence {p. duet 22/050-1 : Edwin Ashdown}

Sleigh-bells Op. 72: Canadian reminiscence {p. solo 16/050-2 [22] : Edwin Ashdown}

Sleigh bells: Canadian reminiscence [abbrev. version] (Sydney Smith, arr. Percy Dale) [Smith-Dale] {p. solo 16/050-2 [20] : Edwin Ashdown}

Il Trovatore Op. 129: fantaisie brillante sur l'opéra de Verdi {p. solo 21/354.5 : Ashdown & Parry}

Soldan, Kurt (1891-1946) German

(Grosse) Messe (Nr 3) F moll: [for SATB soli & chor.] (Klavierausg. Kurt Soldan) [Bruckner-Soldan] {02/026-1 : 3 copies : Peters}

Ein Maskenball: Oper in drei Akten (p. arr. Kurt Soldan) [Verdi-Soldan] {06/063-2.5 : Peters}

Messe (E moll): [for 8-v. chor. & wind ens.] (Klavierauszug Kurt Soldan) [Bruckner-Soldan] {02/026-3 : Peters}

Requiem (Totenmesse): [for four solo v. & chor.] (p. arr. Kurt Soldan) [Verdi-Soldan] {02/130-1 : Peters}

Somerset, Lord Henry (1849-1932) English

Echo: song (words by Christina Rossetti) {17/522-1 : 4 copies a,b) No. 2 in G c) No. 3 in A d) No. 1 in F : Chappell}

A song of sleep (words and music Lord Henry Somerset) {17/522-2 No. 2 in D : Ricordi}

Somervell, Arthur (Sir) (1863-1937) English

Christmas: short choral work for soli, mixed chor. & orch. ('short choral work for churches and choral societies') {02/112 : Boosey}

Cycle of songs from Tennyson's Maud: [12 songs] {10/088[ 2] : Boosey}

The Enchanted Palace: [children's operetta] {07/032.5 : 2 copies : Novello}

Fifteen songs (ed. & arr. Arthur Somervell) [Purcell-Somervell] {09/145-1 : Novello}

Gathering daffodils (words by Harold Boulton) {17/523-1 No. 2 in Ab : Cramer}

The gentle maiden: old Irish air (Eng. words by Harold Boulton) {17/523-2 : 2 copies No. 2 in F b) No. 1 in Eb : Cramer}

Shepherd's cradle song {17/523-3 : 2 copies a,b) No. 4 in A : Edwin Ashdown}

Silent worship (from Tolomeo} (arr. Arthur Somervell) [Handel-Somervell] {17/252-8 : 2 copies a,b) low v.: G : Curwen}

Song cycle from "A Shropshire Lad" by A. E. Houseman {10/055[4] : Boosey}

Spring (La Speranza è giunta) (from Otho} (arr. Arthur Somervell) [Handel-Somervell] {17/252-10 [Key of E] : Curwen}

Ten descants written to national songs {alto / contr. p. voc. + sol-fa 15/056 : Boosey}

Ten songs (arr. Arthur Somervell) [Handel-Somervell] {10/087[ 1] : Curwen}

Ten songs (arr. Arthur Somervell) [Handel-Somervell] {09/087-1 : 3 copies-M : Curwen}

Touch not the nettle: old Scotch air {10/045-8.1[3] : Edwin Ashdown}

Young love lies sleeping {from Love in Spring-Time} (words by Christina Rossetti) {17/523-4 : 4 copies a,c,d) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 2 in Bb : Boosey & Hawkes}

Somerville, Reginald

David Garrick: opera {06/052}

Sondheim, Stephen (1930- American

Follies (vocal selections): [12 songs] {09/181-1 : Herald Square}

Sousa, John Philip (1854-1932) American

Album of popular marches: [10 marches] {p. solo 21/355-2 a }

[Album of popular marches]: [14 marches] {p. solo 21/355-2 b : Wickins}

The Washington Post: march {p. solo 21/355}

The Washington post march {p. trio va & vc set 24/028.5 : Banks}

Spark, William (1861-1897) Irish

The lost chord (arr. Dr [William] Spark) [Sullivan-Spark] {organ 40/241-2 : Boosey}

Speaks, Oley (1874-1948) American

Morning: song (words by Frank L. Stanton) {17/525-3 : 2 copies a) No. 3 in D min (b) No. 2 in C min : Chappell}

On the road to Mandalay: song (from 'Barrack-room ballads' by Rudyard Kipling) {17/525-1 : 3 copies a) low: Bb b,c) med: C (orig.) : Boosey}

Sylvia: song (words by Clinton Scollard) {17/525-2 : 3 copies a,b) No. 1 in Ab c) No. 3 in G : Chappell}

Spear, Eric (1908-1966 English

Molly Macarthy and Mary Malone: little Irish song (words and music Eric Spear) {17/526-1 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Spengel, Julius (1853-1936) German

Messe Es-dur [D 950]: [for SATTB soli, mixed chor. & orch.] (arr. Julius Spengel) [Schubert-Spengel] {02/106-1 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Spiegl, Fritz (1926-2003) Austrian

Eine kleine Beatlemusik: based on original music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney {str. quart. set 42/029.5 : Northern Songs #parts only, no score}

Romanze (Die Verschworenen): for sop., w. Bb clar. obbl. (arr. Fritz Spiegl, Eng. trans. Millicent Rose) [Schubert-Spiegl] {set 17/496- 7 : OUP}

Spohr, Louis (Ludwig) (1784-1859) German

The Christian's prayer: sacred cantata (arr. Vincent Novello) [Spohr-Novello] {08/052 d[2] : Novello, Ewer}

The Fall of Babylon: oratorio {08/052-2[1] : Novello, Ewer}

The Last Judgment: oratorio {08/052 : 3 copies a,b,c : Novello, Ewer}

[The Last Judgment; and The Christian's prayer] {08/052 d : Novello, Ewer}

The Last Judgment: oratorio {08/052 d[1] : Novello, Ewer}

Six German songs Op. 103: for voice & piano, w. clarinet obbl. {09/183 : International #incl. parts for clarinet & clarinet in Bb}

[Works by Spohr and Mendelssohn] {08/052-2 : Novello, Ewer}

Spottiswoode, Alicia Ann (1810-1900) Scottish

see Scott, Alicia (Lady John Douglas)

Spross, Charles Gilbert (1874-1961)

I looked for God and I found Him: song (verse by Genevieve Lawless) {17/526.5 low v. : Boosey}

Will o' the wisp (words by Torrence Benjamin) {17/526.5-2 No. 2 in F : Boosey & Hawkes}

Squire, William Henry (1871-1963) English

Danse rustique Op. 20 No. 5 {cello & piano set 33/069-1 : 2 copies : Augener}

If I might come to you: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/527-1 No. 4 in Bb : Boosey}

In an old-fashioned town: song (words by Ada Leonora Harris) {10/045-8.1[17] a) No. 3 in Eb : Boosey}

In an old-fashioned town: song (words by Ada Leonora Harris) {17/527-2 : 2 copies a,c) No. 4 in F b) No. 2 in D : Boosey}

Jack Briton: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/527-3 No. 2 in D : Boosey}

Just a ray of sunlight: song (words by May Amoore) {17/527-4 No. 1 in Ab : Boosey}

Lighterman Tom: song (words by Francis Barron) {17/527-8 No. 2 in F : Chappell}

Mountain lovers: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/527-5 No. 4 in F b) No. 4 in Eb : Boosey}

Mountain lovers: duet (mez. & bar.) (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {18/155(1) No. 1 in Eb : Boosey}

My prayer: song (words by P. J. O'Reilly) {17/527-7 : 2 copies a) No. 3 in Eb b) No. 2 in D : Boosey}

A sergeant of the line: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/527-9 No. 2 in G : Boosey}

Tarantella Op. 23 {cello & piano set 33/069-2 : Augener}

Third violoncello album: 7 pieces (ed. & arr. W. H. Squire) {cello & piano set 33/080-6(3) : Joseph Williams}

The watchman: song (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/527-10 a) No. 2 in D : Boosey}

When you come home: song (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/527-6 : 4 copies a) No. 4 in G b,d) No. 2 in Eb c) No. 3 in F : Boosey}

When you come home: song (words by Fred Weatherly) {10/045-8.1[5] a) No. 3 in F : Boosey}

When you come home: song (words by Fred Weatherly) {10/045-8.2[16] a) No. 4 in G : Boosey}

St Quentin, Edward [=Alfred William Rawlings] (1860-1924) English

Beyond: song (words by Clifton Bingham) {16/050-5 [24] No. 3 in Eb : Morley}

Stacey, Gilbert (1895-1966) English

Down in the gardens at Kew: voc. duet (words by Gloria Storm) {18/157 in G : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Down in the gardens at Kew: song (words by Gloria Storm) {17/528-1 No. 1 in F : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Stainer, John (1840-1901) English

The Crucifixion: meditation [oratorio] for two solo v. (ten. & bass) & chor. (words sel. Rev. J. Sparrow-Simpson) {08/053-1 : 7 copies : Novello}

The daughter of Jairus: sacred cantata {08/053-2 : 3 copies}

Stanford, Charles Villiers (Sir) (1852-1924) Irish

The bold unbiddable child: song (words by W. M. Letts) {17/529-12 No. 2 in D min : Stainer & Bell}

The chapel on the hill Op.139: song (poem by W.M. Letts {from Songs from Leinster}) {17/529- 1 : Stainer & Bell}

Diaphenia {from Six Elizabethan pastorals no. 3}: for chor. (SATB) unaccomp. {p. voc. + sol-fa 18/158(3) : Novello}

Drop me a flower Op.175: song (poem by Tennyson) {17/529- 2 : Cramer}

Elegiac ode from President Lincoln's burial hymn (words by Walt Whitman) {01/070-1}

The fairy lough Op. 77: song (words by Moira O'Neill {from An Irish Idyll}) {17/529- 3 : 2 copies No. 2 in F b) No. 1 in D : Boosey & Hawkes}

Father O'Flynn: old Irish melody (words by A. P. Graves) {17/529- 4 : 3 copies a,c) No. 1 in Ab b) No. 2 in Bb : Boosey #a,b) B&H imprint}

The foggy dew: [for chor. (SATB) unaccomp.] (words by A. P. Graves) {p. voc. + sol-fa 18/158-2 : Boosey}

Heraclitus Op.110 No.4: song (poem by William Cory) {17/529-13 No. 1 in Bb : Stainer & Bell}

Hush song: Irish air (words by A. P. Graves) {17/529- 5 : Cramer}

An Irish idyll in six miniatures Op. 77 (words by Moira O'Neill) {09/185-2 : 2 copies a) No. 1 low v. (b) No. 2 high v. : Boosey}

Little snowdrop {from the Elfin Pedlar Bk 1} (poem by Helen Douglas Adams) {17/529-10 : Stainer & Bell}

The milkmaid's song: song (words by Alfred Tennyson) {17/529-11 No. 2 in F min : Augener}

Molly Brannigan: old Irish melody (Trad.; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford) {17/529- 6 No. 3 in Ab : Boosey}

My love's an arbutus: old Irish melody (words by A. P. Graves) {10/076[5] a) No. 1 in F (low v.) : Boosey}

O praise God in His Holiness (Psalm 150): set to music in chant form {org. + voc. sc. 02/114 : 2 copies : Novello}

Phaudrig Crohoore Op. 62: Irish ballad (poem by J. Sheridan Le Fanu) {choir 01/070-2 : 3 copies : Boosey & Hawkes}

Prelude on the ancient melody 'Jesu dulcis memoriae' (ed. Andrew McCrea) {organ 40/238-2 : RCO}

The Revenge Op. 24: ballad of the Fleet (by Alfred, Lord Tennyson) {choir 01/070-3 : 2 copies : Novello}

The Revenge: ballad of the Fleet (by Alfred, Lord Tennyson) {SATB choir sol-fa only 44/047-1 : Novello}

Six short preludes and postludes, 1st set Op. 101 {organ 40/238(1) : Stainer & Bell}

Six short preludes and postludes, 2nd set Op. 105 {organ 40/238(2) : Stainer & Bell}

Sleepers, wake! (Wachet auf … ): cantata (ed. C. V. Stanford; Eng. words Paul England) [Bach-Stanford] {SATB soli 01/004-5.1 : Boosey}

A soft day Op.140 No. 3: song (words by W.M. Letts; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford) {17/529- 7 : 4 copies a,d) No.1 (Db) b-c) No. 2 (F) : Stainer & Bell}

A song of the bow Op.175 No. 1 (poem by Heber) {17/529- 8 : Cramer}

Songs of Old Ireland: [50 songs] (words by Alfred Perceval Graves) {09/185-1 : Boosey}

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.] (poems by Henry Newbolt) {01/038[6] : 3 copies : Stainer & Bell}

  1. Sailing at Dawn 2. The Song of the Sou'-wester 3. The Middle Watch 4. The Little Admiral 5. Farewell

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.] (poems by Henry Newbolt) {01/070-4 : 3 copies b) male v. }

  1. Sailing at Dawn 2. The Song of the Sou'-wester 3. The Middle Watch 4. The Little Admiral 5. Farewell

Sweet love for me {from Six Elizabethan pastorals no. 4}: for chor. (SATB) unaccomp. {p. voc. + sol-fa 18/158(4) : Novello}

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3: song (poem by W.M. Letts) {17/529- 9 : 3 copies : Cramer}

Windy nights Op.30 No. 4: unison song (poem by R L Stevenson) {17/529-10(4) : Curwen}

Stange, Max (1856-1932)

Die Bekehrte: Damon: song (German words by Goethe; Eng. by Paul England) {10/045-5[ 2] No. 2 in D : Stanley Lucas, Weber &c}

Damon (Die Bekehrte): song (Goethe; Eng. words Paul England) {17/529.5 No. 3 in F : Laudy}

Stanley, John (1713-1786) English

Air in D minor for organ (arr. Henry Coleman) {40/239 : Bosworth}

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

Suite in D (ed. Patrick Williams) {organ 40/239-2 : Bosworth}

Sweet pretty bird {from the cantata The Redbreast}: sop. aria (arr. Maurice Bevan; words by Mr McClellan) [Stanley-Bevan] {17/530 : Braydeston}

Stanley, Wynn

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song (written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen) [Stanley-Allen] {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/530.2 : Lawrence Wright}

Stark, Herbert R.

Breathe soft ye winds: [song] (words by Ambrose Philips; mus. adapt. Herbert R. Stark) [Handel-Stark] {17/252-12 No. 1 in Eb (Bb to Eb) : Augener}

Stark, Ludwig (1831-1884) German

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

Variations on a theme by Haydn Op. 56a (arr. Ludwig Stark) [Brahms-Stark] {p. solo 21/052-3}

Stasny, A. J.

Rose dreams (poem by J.R. Shannon) {17/530.5 : Stasny}

Steggall, Charles (1826-1905) English

Barcarole from the Fourth Concerto (arr. Charles Steggall) [Bennett-Steggall] {organ 40/051.5 : Edwin Ashdown}

Stein, Eduard

Concert für Oboe principale Op. 10 (rev. L. Klemcke) {set 36/091[1] : Schmidt}

[Works for oboe by Stein and Wagner] {oboe & piano set 36/091 : Schmidt}

Stein, Erwin (1885-1958) Austrian

The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte): opera in 2 acts (Eng. version Edward J. Dent; voc. sc. Erwin Stein) [Mozart-Stein] {06/032-4 : 2 copies : Boosey & Hawkes}

The Marriage of Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro): comic opera in 4 acts (Eng. version Edward J. Dent; voc. sc. Erwin Stein) [Mozart-Stein] {06/032-5 : 4 copies-M a,b,e,f : Boosey}

Stein, Fritz (1879-1961) German

Der Schulmeister: komische Kantate [for bar. solo, 2-part boys' choir (TrA), 2 violins, bass (or 'cello) and harpsic./piano] (arr. Fritz Stein; Eng. trans. Charles J. Warner) [Telemann-Stein] {set 43/075 : Bärenreiter #a) score + vn1, vn2, vc parts only}

Stella, Alfred

The spinning wheel (melody by Mrs. D.V. Thomson arr. Alfred Stella) [Thomson-Stella] {17/531 No. 2 in F : Paterson}

Stent, Keith English

Ten exquisite pieces for Palm Court piano trio (sel. & arr. Keith Stent) {set 24/050-1 : Keith Mayhew}

Stephen, David (1869-1946) Scottish

The Laird o' Cockpen Op. 23: ballad for chor. & orch. (words by Lady Nairne) {01/071 : Novello}

Stephenson, T. Wilkinson

If I can live: song (words by Arthur Hugh Clough) {17/531.5-1 No. 3 in G : Boosey}

Ships that pass in the night: song (words by Longfellow) {17/531.5-2 No. 1 in Db : Boosey}

Stern, Henry R. (1874-1966) American

see Henry, S. R. (pseud.)

Sterndale-Bennett, T.C. (1882-1944) English

see Bennett, T.C. Sterndale-

Sterndale-Bennett, William (1816-1875) English

see Bennett, William Sterndale-

Stevens, Bernard (1916-1983) English

Ballad No. 2 Op. 42 {p. solo 21/358}

Stevenson, John (Sir) (1761-1833) Irish

The last rose of Summer (poetry by Thomas Moore) {mez. 17/532 a) No. 2 in E (mez.) : Edwin Ashdown}

The last rose of Summer (words by Thomas Moore; ed. Henry Parker) {17/532 b) [No. 2 in] E : Cramer}

Stevenson, Ronald (1928- Scottish

Prelude and fugue on a theme by Liszt {organ 40/240 : Oxford #T.p. has autograph dedication to Donald Hawksworth}

Stewart-Baxter, Maud

see Baxter, Maud Stewart

Stickles, William (1882-1971) American

Bird songs at eventide (words by Royden Barrie arr. William Stickles) [Coates-Stickles] {sop./ ten. & contr./ bar. 18/035.3 a) No. 2 (in Bb) : Chappell}

Concert medley from Carmen: for chor. of mixed v. w. p acc (arr. William Stickles) [Bizet-Stickles] {06/007.5 : 2 copies : Chappell/Schirmer}

Stolz, Robert (1880-1975) Austrian

Good-bye {from White Horse Inn} (words by Walter Reisch; Eng. version Harry Graham) [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/533-2 : Chappell}

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn} (words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham) [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/058-1 : Chappell}

My song of love {from White Horse Inn} ([words by Walter Reisch]; Eng. words Harry Graham) [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/533-4 : Chappell}

Our finest hour: song (words by Kathleen Egan) {17/533-3 No. 2 in G : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

A sea song (words by Allan Cunningham) [Benatzky / Stolz] {17/059-1 : Cramer}

When April sings {from Spring Parade} (words by Gus Kahn) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/533-1 : Feldman}

White Horse Inn (orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham) [Benatsky / Stolz] {Special : Chappell #marked up conductor's copy (Bill Jolly)}

White Horse Inn (orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham) [Benatsky / Stolz] {07/003 : 3 copies : Chappell}

White Horse Inn: musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz) (orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham) [Benatsky / Stolz] {libr. 03/015 : 2 copies : Samuel French}

Stone, George Henry English

The curate and the maiden: song (words by F.C. Smale) {10/045-7[15] a) No. 1 in F : Joseph Williams}

Storace, Stephen (1763-1796) English

The summer heats bestowing (1788): song (air by Stephen Storace arr. Ella Ivimey) [Storace-Ivimey] {17/533.5 : Augener}

Stothart, Herbert (1885-1949) American

Rose Marie: from the musical play (lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II) [Friml / Stothart] {17/207-3 a) in C : Chappell}

Rose Marie (a romance of the Canadian Rockies): musical play (lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II) [Friml / Stothart] {07/011 : 3 copies : Chappell}

Stove, Gideon (1874-1954) Scottish

The Gideon Stove tune book (The Shetland violinist), vol. 1 (ed. Magnus Stove) {fiddle Books : Shetland Folk Festival Soc}

The Shetland violinist: the Gideon Stove tune book, vol. 1 (ed. Magnus Stove) {fiddle Books : Shetland Folk Festival Soc}

Strachey, Jack (1894-1972)

Don't let the sun go down (in your heart): song (lyric by Colin Cleaver) {17/533.7-1 : Boosey & Hawkes}

These foolish things: song (words by Eric Maschwitz) {17/533.7-2 : 2 copies : Boosey & Hawkes}

Stradal, August (1860-1930) Czech

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

Stradella, Alessandro (1642-1682) Italian

Aria di chiesa: preghiera {sop./ ten. 17/534 sop./ten. (Eb) : Ricordi}

Straus, Oscar (1870-1954) Anglo-French

Love's roundabout (La Ronde): waltz song (Fre. words Louis Ducreux; Eng. words Harold Purcell) {17/535-2 : Campbell, Connelly}

My hero {from The Chocolate Soldier} {17/535}

Trois valses, 1er receuil {sop. 11/027.1}

  1. C'est la Saison d'Amour 2. Je T'Aime 3. C'est le Destin, Peut-être…

Strauss, Eduard (1835-1916) Austrian

Kaiser Franz Joseph March: cello part only (transc. Franz Mahl) {33/070[6] : Kalmus}

Strauss, Johann I (1804-1849) Austrian

Freuden-Grüsse: valse {p. solo 21/358.5-2 : Hopwood & Crew}

Loreley: valse (arr. R. Saar) [Strauss-Saar] {p. solo 21/358.5-1 : Paxton}

Strauss, Johann II (1825-1899) Austrian

Annen Polka [Op.117]: p'copy cello part only (arr. Aubrey Winter) [Strauss-Winter] {33/070[5] : Paxton}

Ball bei Prinz Orlofsky (Ballettmusik und II. Finale aus Die Fledermaus): cello part only (transc. Max Schönherr) [Strauss-Schönherr] {33/070[1] : Kalmus}

Bauern-Polka, Polka Francaise Op. 276: cello part only {33/070[4] : Kalmus}

La belle Hélène (Offenbach): quadrille [Offenbach-Strauss] {p. solo 21/359-4 : Chappell}

The Blue Danube: waltz (for piano w.violin ad lib.) {set 21/359-1 c : Mozart Allan}

Blue Danube waltz: waltz (orig. piano ed.) {p. solo 21/359-1 b : Paxton}

Blue Danube waltz (arr. Joseph Chadley Drane) [Strauss-Drane] {p. solo 21/359-1 a : Pillow}

Blue Danube waltzes (complete ed.) {p. solo 21/359-1 d : Paxton}

Concert medley from Die Fledermaus: for mixed chor. w. p. acc. (arr. John Sacco) [Strauss-Sacco] {07/035-1.2 : 2 copies : Chappell/Schirmer}

Erinnerung an Covent-Garden Op. 329: Walzer nach englischen Volksmelodien {p. solo 21/359-3 #photocopy}

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta (arr. Hassall) {07/035-1.1 : 2 copies-M : Weinberger}

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta (Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Strauss-Hanmer] {07/035-1 : 3 copies : Weinberger}

For we love you still {from Waltzes from Vienna} {17/536-1}

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

The Gipsy baron: operetta (Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Strauss-Hanmer] {07/035-2 : 2 copies : Weinberger}

The laughing song {from Die Fledermaus} {17/536-2 a) }

The laughing song {from Die Fledermaus} (Eng. text Sam Heppner) {17/536-2 b) : Cranz-Weinberger}

Morgenblätter [Op. 279]: cello part only (arr. Aubrey Winter) [Strauss-Winter] {33/079[4] : Boosey & Hawkes}

My Strauss waltzes Bk 1 {p. solo 21/359(1) : Schott}

My Strauss-waltzes Bk 2: [8 waltzes] {p. solo 21/359(2) : Schott}

Night in Venice: operetta (new version arr. Hans May) [Strauss-May] {07/035-3 : Weinberger}

Night in Venice: operetta (new version) (arr. Hans May, lyrics by Sonny Miller) [Strauss-May] {libr. 03/150-1 : 2 copies : Weinberger #b) marked up copy (W. Jolly)}

Nightbirds: waltz on melodies by Johann Strauss [Strauss-Kaps] {p. solo 21/206.5 : Cranz}

Pink Champagne: new version of Die Fledermaus [operetta] (adapted by Eric Maschwitz & Bernard Grun) [Strauss-Maschwitz / Grun] {07/035-4 : 3 copies : Francis, Day & Hunter}

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

Pizzicato polka (arr. Tony Lowry) [Strauss, Johann II / Josef-Lowry] {p. duo set 22/052-3 : Paxton}

Rosen aus dem Süden Op. 388: Walzer aus "Das Spitzentuch der Königin" {violin & piano set 28/045-2 : Schott}

Strauss-Walzer-Album: [8 waltzes] {violin & piano set 28/045}

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

Tales from the Vienna Woods: song (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {17/536-3}

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed v. (arr. Julius Harrison; words by John Greenaway) [Strauss-Harrison] {07/035-6 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed chor. & orch. (arr. Julius Harrison; words by John Greenaway) [Strauss-Harrison] {p. voc. + sol-fa 15/058 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Tritsch Tratsch Polka Op. 214: cello part only (ed. McAlister, Clark) {33/070[2] : Kalmus}

Twelve favourite waltzes {p. solo 21/359 : Hammond}

Unter Donner und Blitz (Thunder and Lightning) Polka Schnell Op. 324: cello part only (ed. McAlister, Clark) {33/070[3] : 2 copies : Kalmus}

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

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

Voices of the Spring (Voci di primavera): song (words by Paul England) {17/536-4 a) Bb major : Cranz}

Waltzes from Vienna: musical romance (Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) [Strauss-Hanmer] {07/035-5 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Wiener Blut: Walzer {p. solo 21/359-5 : Schreiber}

Der Zigeunerbaron (The Gipsy baron): comic opera {06/054}

Strauss, Josef (1827-1870) Austrian

Pizzicato polka (arr. Tony Lowry) [Strauss, Johann II / Josef-Lowry] {p. duo set 22/052-3 : Paxton}

Strauss, Richard (1864-1949) German

Arabella Op. 79: lyrische Komödie {06/055-1}

Capriccio Op. 85: Konversationsstück für Musik {06/055-2}

Lieder-Album Bd 1: [11 songs] (Eng. words John Bernhoff) {09/186(1) a) high v. : Universal}

Lieder-Album Bd 3: [10 songs] (Eng. words John Bernhoff) {09/186(3) high v. : Universal}

Morgen (Tomorrow) {from Vier Lieder Op. 27} (John Henry Mackay; Eng. words John Bernhoff) {17/538-3(4) high v. : Universal}

Nachtgang (At night) {from Drei Lieder Op. 29} (Otto Julius Bierbaum) {17/538-2(3) low v. : Universal}

Der Rosenkavalier Op. 59: concert waltz for two p. (arr. Otto Singer) [Strauss-Singer] {set 22/053 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Der Rosenkavalier (The rose bearer) Op. 59: comedy for music {06/055-3 : 2 copies}

Schlechtes Wetter (Bad weather) {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69} ([poem by] H. Heine; Eng. trans. Alfred Kalisch) {17/538-4(5) orig. (F) : Boosey & Hawkes}

Ständchen (Serenade) (A. F. von Schack; ; Eng. words Paul England) {17/538-1 : 2 copies b) [No. 2 in] F# c) No. 4 in F# : Rahter}

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

Ständchen (Serenade) (A. F. von Schack; ; Eng. words Paul England) {17/538-1 [No. 2 in] F : Rahter}

Till Eulenspiegel Op. 28 {min. sc. 04/023-1 : Eulenburg}

Tod und Verklärung Op. 24 {min. sc. 04/023-2 : Eulenburg}

Vier letzte Lieder (Four last songs): for high v. & piano (words by Hermann Hesse (1-3), Joseph von Eichendorff (4)) {sop. 11/028.1-2 : Boosey & Hawkes}

  1. Fr

Waldesfahrt {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69}: for high v. ([poem by] H. Heine) {17/538-4(4) orig. (high) Ger. only : Boosey & Hawkes}

Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971) Russian-American

Four etudes Op. 7 (ed. Isidor Philipp) {p. solo 21/360-1 : International}

Quatre études Op. 7 No. 1 in C minor {p. solo 21/360-1(1) : Anton Benjamin}

Quatre études Op. 7 No. 2 in D major {p. solo 21/360-1(2) : Anton Benjamin}

Quatre études Op. 7 No. 4 in F# minor {p. solo 21/360-1(4) : Anton Benjamin}

The Rake's Progress (Der Wüstling): opera {06/057}

Le sacre du printemps: tableaux de la Russie païenne {min. sc. 04/023.5 : Boosey & Hawkes #Lacks all after p.138}

Symphonie de psaumes {min. sc. 04/023-2 : Boosey & Hawkes #a) lacks all after p.138}

Symphony in three movements {full orch. min. sc. 04/023-3 : Schott}

Symphony of psalms: for chor. & orch. {01/072 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Strelezki, Anton

Berceuse mignonne {p. solo 21/362 : Morley}

Polish dances: [4] p. duets {22/053.2 : Edwin Ashdown}

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini (words by Baroness Porteous) {16/050-3 [12] : Paxton}

Strimer, Joseph (1881-1962 )

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

Stromberg, John (1853-1902) American

If all the stars were mine: [song] (written by Harry B. Smith) {16/050-5 [ 9] No. 1 in C }

Strong, Michael

The light on the hill: song (words by Harold Simpson) {17/539-1 No. 2 in F : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

One day of gold: song (words by Mabel Constanduros) {17/539-2 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Stroud, Arthur

Hail, Caledonia!: song (written by Hugh Ogilvie) {17/540 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Stuart, Leslie (1863-1928) English

The bandolero: song (words and music by Leslie Stuart) {10/045-7[4] a) No. 2 in Bb : Chappell}

Florodora: musical comedy (book by Owen Hall, lyrics by E. Boyd-Jones & Paul Rubens) {07/036 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

The shade of the palm {from Florodora}: song (words and music by Leslie Stuart) {16/050-4 [15] No. 1 in Ab }

The shade of the palm: [song] (words and music by Leslie Stuart) {17/540.5 a) No. 1 in Ab }

The soldiers of the Queen: [song] (words and music by Leslie Stuart) {16/050-4 [12] : Francis, Day & Hunter}

Sturdy, Leslie (1921-2001) English

Haste you back (I/we love you dearly) (words by Robert Wilson) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/541 : Kerr}

Sturgis, Mable Miller

The Stranger of Galilee: sacred song (by C. H. M[orris]; arr. Mable Miller Sturgis) [Morris-Sturgis] {17/414 : 3 copies a-c) [No. 1 in] F : Frederick Harris}

Stutschewsky, Joachim (1891-19820 Austrian

Largo (transc. Joachim Stutschewsky) [Vivaldi-Stutschewsky] {cello & piano set 33/077 : Hug}

Malagueña (arr. J. Stutschewsky) [Albéniz-Stutschewsky] {cello & piano set 33/003 : Schott}

Suk, Josef (1874-1935) Czech

Te Deum Op. 103: [for sop. & bass w. mixed chor.] (voc. sc. Josef Suk rev. Franz Terwal) [Dvorák-Suk/Terwal] {02/038-3 a : Simrock}

Te Deum Op. 103: for solo v. (sop. & bass), mixed chor. & orch. (voc. sc. Josef Suk rev. Franz Terwal) [Dvorák-Suk] {02/038-3 : 3 copies b,c,d : Alfred Lengnick}

Sullens, Gertrude English

The Enchanted Emerald, or The Missing May Queen: fairy play {child. v. 07/038 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Sullivan, Arthur (Sir Arthur Seymour) (1842-1900) English

Choruses from The pirates of Penzance, or The slave of duty (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {15/059 : Chappell}

Cox and box; or, Long lost brothers: triumviretta (librettist: F. C. Burnand) {07/040-1 : 2 copies}

Edward Gray (words by Tennyson) {17/544- 1 No. 1 in G : Stanley Lucas, Weber}

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 golden legend: cantata (adapt. from the poem of Longfellow by Joseph Bennett) {01/073 : 3 copies : Novello}

The gondoliers, or The King of Barataria (written by W.S. Gilbert) {07/040-2 e : Chappell}

The gondoliers: piano selection with lyrics (arr. Albert Marland) [Sullivan-Marland] {09/187-2 : Chappell}

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria ([written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. J. H. Wadsworth) [Sullivan-Wadsworth] {07/040-2 : 4 copies a,b,c,d : Chappell}

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria: comic opera (written by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-1 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Haddon Hall (librettist: Sydney Grundy) {07/040-3 : Chappell}

Hey willow waly o! {from Patience}: song or duet (words by W. S. Gilbert) {17/544- 8 : Chappell}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera (written by W.S. Gilbert) {07/040-4.2 : 2 copies : Metzler}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor (written by W.S. Gilbert) {07/040-4 : 3 copies : Cramer}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or The lass that loved a sailor: nautical comic opera (p. arr. Berthold Tours) [Sullivan-Tours] {p. solo 16/070 [3] : Metzler}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera (school ed.) (written by W.S. Gilbert; arr. W. G. McNaught) [Sullivan-McNaught] {p. voc. + sol-fa 07/040-4.1 : Cramer}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-2 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Ho, Jolly Jenkin (the Friar's song) {from Ivanhoe} (words by Julian Sturgis) {17/544- 2 No. 1 in D : Chappell}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 1: [Mikado, Act 1 selection] (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {09/187(1) : 2 copies : Newnes}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 2: [Mikado, Act 2 selection] (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {09/187(2) : Newnes}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 3: [Gondoliers, Act 1 selection] (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {09/187(3) : Newnes}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 1 {07/041-10(1) : News-Chronicle}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 2 {07/041-10(2) : News-Chronicle}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 3 {07/041-10(3) : News-Chronicle}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 4 {07/041-10(4) : News-Chronicle}

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri ([written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours) [Sullivan-Tours] {07/040-5 : 3 copies : Chappell}

Iolanthe: five easy pieces for piano (arr. Thomas F. Dunhill) [Sullivan-Dunhill] {21/364-3 : Chappell}

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: entirely original fairy opera (Savoy edition) ([written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours) [Sullivan-Tours] {07/040-5.1 : Chappell}

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-3 : Chappell}

The lost chord: song (words by Adelaide A. Proctor [sic]) {17/544- 3 : 5 copies a) No. 1 in Eb b-d) No. 2 in F e) No. 3 in G : Boosey}

The lost chord (arr. W. Kuhe) [Sullivan-Kuhe] {p. solo 21/364-1 : Boosey}

The lost chord (arr. Dr [William] Spark) [Sullivan-Spark] {organ 40/241-2 : Boosey}

Lucia de Lammermoor ([Eng. N. Macfarren]) [Donizetti-Sullivan] {06/015-2 : Novello}

Lucia de Lammermoor: opera in 3 acts (ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman; Eng. adapt. Charles Lamb Kenney) [Donizetti-Sullivan] {06/015-1 : Boosey}

The Mikado: five easy pieces for piano (arr. Thomas F. Dunhill) [Sullivan-Dunhill] {21/364-4 : Chappell}

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu (librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy) [Sullivan-Tracy] {07/040-6 : 4 copies : Chappell}

  incl. 2-piano arr. for overture

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: (Savoy edition) (librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy) [Sullivan-Tracy] {07/040-6.2 : 2 copies : Chappell}

  incl. 2-piano arr. for overture

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: piano solo {21/364-6 : Chappell}

The Mikado, or The town of Titipu [new ed.]: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-4 c : Chappell}

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-4 : 2 copies a,b : Chappell}

My dearest heart: song {17/544- 4 : 3 copies a) No. 1 in F b,c) No. 4 in Bb : Boosey}

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 fantasia (sel. & arr. H.M. Higgs) [Sullivan-Higgs] {violin & piano set 28/046-1 : Chappell}

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

O gladsome light {from The Golden Legend} {choir 01/038[5] : 3 copies : Novello}

Orpheus with his lute (words from Shakespeare's 'Henry VIII') {17/544- 5 No. 2 in A : Cramer}

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

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: entirely new and original aesthetic opera (written by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours) [Sullivan-Tours] {07/040-7 d : Chappell}

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: (rev. ed.) ([written] by W.S. Gilbert [arr. Berthold Tours]) [Sullivan-Tours] {07/040-7 : 3 copies a,b,c : Chappell}

Patience, or Bunthorne's bride ([written] by W.S. Gilbert) {07/040-7 e : Chappell}

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {07/040-8 : 3 copies : Chappell}

The pirates of Penzance: piano selection with lyrics (arr. Albert Marland) [Sullivan-Marland] {09/187-3 : Chappell}

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-5 : Chappell}

Poor wand'ring one {from The pirates of Penzance}: song (written by W. S. Gilbert) {17/544- 9 No. 2 in Ab : Chappell}

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant {07/041-1 : 2 copies b,c : Chappell}

Princess Ida, or Castle Adamant: pianoforte arr. (p. arr. George L. Tracy) [Sullivan-Tracy] {21/364-5 : Chappell}

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: respectful operatic per-version of Tennyson's 'Princess' (librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy) [Sullivan-Tracy] {07/041-1 a : Chappell}

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-6 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Rigoletto: opera (ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman) [Verdi-Sullivan / Pittman] {06/063-5.1 : 2 copies : Boosey}

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: new comic opera (librettist: Basil Hood) {07/041-7 : 2 copies : Chappell}

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: [comic opera] ([words] by Basil Hood) {libr. 03/156-2 : Chappell}

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) [Sullivan-Tracy] {07/041-2 : 3 copies : Chappell}

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [comic opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-7 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [pocket edition] (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) [Sullivan-Tracy] {07/041-2[p] : Chappell}

Ruddigore quadrille: on airs from Gilbert & Sullivan's opera (arr. P. Bucalossi) [Sullivan-Bucalossi] {p. solo 21/364-2 : Chappell}

The sentry's song {from Iolanthe} (written by W. S. Gilbert) {17/544 -7 : Chappell}

Songs of two Savoyards (words by W S. Gilbert) {09/187-4 : Chappell}

La sonnambula: opera in 2 acts (ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman) {06/004-2 : Boosey}

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {07/041-3 b : Cramer}

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera (words by W.S. Gilbert) {07/041-3 c : Metzler}

The sorcerer: light opera (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-8}

Take a pair of sparkling eyes {from The Gondoliers}: song (words by W. S. Gilbert) {17/544-10 No. 3 in F : Chappell}

Thou'rt passing hence (the Highland message): song (words by Mrs Hemans) {17/544- 6 : 2 copies a) No. 2 in Ab b) No. 1 in G : Chappell}

Trial by jury: novel and original dramatic cantata (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {07/041-4 : 3 copies : Chappell}

Vocal gems from 'Patience' (words by W.S. Gilbert) {09/187-1 : Chappell}

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe}: Sir Brian's song (words by Julian Sturgis) {17/544-11 No. 2 in Gb (orig.) : Chappell}

The yeomen of the Guard; or, The merryman and his maid: new and original opera ([written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. J. H. Wadsworth) [Sullivan-Wadsworth] {07/041-5 a : Chappell}

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid ([written] by W.S. Gilbert) {07/041-5 : 2 copies b,c : Chappell}

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid: [light opera] ([words] by W.S. Gilbert) {libr. 03/155-9 : Chappell}

The zoo: musical folly (librettist: B. C. Stephenson ("Bolton Rowe"; p. arr. Roderick Spencer) {07/041-6 : Cramer}

Sumsion, Herbert (1899-1995) English

Carol and Musette (arr. Herbert Sumsion) [Vaughan Williams-Sumsion] {organ 40/254-2 : OUP}

Suppé, Franz von (1819-1895) Austrian

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

Cavalerie légère (Light cavalry): overture for piano {21/365-1 : Cranz}

La Dame de Pique (Queen of Spades): overture for piano {21/365-2 : Cranz}

The Finishing School: comic opera {07/053 : Weinberger}

Hab' ich nur deine Liebe {from Boccaccio} {17/545-1 : Cranz}

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

Light Cavalry overture: cello-bass {33/071}

Ein Morgen, ein Mittag, ein Abend in Wien: cello/bass part only (arr. Aubrey Winter) [Suppé-Winter] {33/079[1] : Boosey & Hawkes}

Morning, noon and night in Vienna: overture: p. conductor (arr. Aubrey Winter) [Suppé-Winter] {07/053-4 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Pique Dame: overture: p. conductor (arr. Archibald Evans) [Suppé-Evans] {07/053-5 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Poet and peasant: overture for piano (arr. Oscar Verne) [Suppé-Verne] {21/365-3 : Paxton}

Swann, Donald (1923-1994) Welsh

Flanders & Swann song book: [10 songs] (words by Michael Flanders) {09/189 : Chappell}

The hippopotamus song (words by Michael Flanders) {17/546-1}

The youth of the heart {from The Lyric Revue} (words by Sydney Carter) {17/546-2 : 2 copies in G : Chappell}

Swatton, Henry Thomas

Largo in G (arr. H.T. Swatton) [Handel-Swatton] {violin & piano set 28/025-6 : Pitman, Hart}

Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon (1562-1621) Dutch

6 variations on 'Mein junges Leben hat ein End' (ed. Karl Straube) {organ 40/242 : Peters}

Hodie Christus natus est: motet for five v. (SSATB) {05/018}

Six variations on 'Mein junges Leben hat ein End' (ed. Karl Straube) {organ 40/242 : Peters}

Swinburne, W. H. English

An epitaph {from Two Songs} (words by Walter de la Mare) {17/546.3(1) : Joseph Williams}

Swinstead, Felix (1880-1959) English

Caprice Op. 34 No. 1 {p. solo Damaged}

Elf dance Op. 38 {p. solo Damaged : Edwin Ashdown}

Festivity Op. 52 {p. solo Damaged : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Prelude in D {p. solo 21/365.8 : Anglo-French}

Prelude in D {p. solo Damaged : Charles Avison}

Swinyard, Laurence English

A cynical serenade: song for bass singers (words and music Laurence Swinyard) {17/546.5 in C : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

The Stranger: play for children (adapt. to music from Schumann's Album for the Young) {07/054 : 2 copies : Novello}

Szymanowski, Karol (1882-1937) Polish

Etudes Op. 33 {p. solo 21/366-1 : Universal}

Variations on a Polish folk-theme in B minor Op. 10 {21/366-2 : PWM}

1012 works by 215 composers, with 75 arrangers or second composers, 57 alternative titles and 13 cross-references

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