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Sunday 19th May 2019

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Aaronson, Irving (1895-1963) American

The loveliest night of the year (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/001)

Ablett, Norman

You never saw my garden: song (17/002)

Abt, Franz (1819-1885) German

Cinderella (Aschenbrödel) Op. 545: for sop. & alto soli & chor. of fem v. (01/001)

Adam, Adolphe (1803-1856) French

O holy night (Nöel): song (17/002.5 : 2 copies)

Adams, A. Emmett English

The bells of St Mary's: song (17/003)

The bells of St Mary's: duet (18/003)

Adams, Stephen [=Michael Maybrick] (1844-1913) English

Babylon: sacred song (16/050-3 [23])

The butterfly gay: song (17/004- 1)

By the fountain: song (16/050-5 [26])

By the fountain: song (17/004- 9)

The Holy City: song (17/004- 2 : 5 copies)

The holy city: [song] (16/050-4 [41])

Idle words: song (17/004- 8)

The little hero: song (17/004-11)

The midshipmite: song (17/004-13 : 2 copies)

Nancy Lee: song (17/004- 3)

Nirvana: song (17/004- 4 : 4 copies)

Roses: song (16/050-5 [38])

The Star of Bethlehem: song (17/004- 5)

Star of Bethlehem: song (16/050-4 [ 2])

The stars of Normandie: song (16/050-3 [ 7])

The stars of Normandie: song (17/004-12)

The tar's farewell: ballad (17/004-10)

Thora: song (17/004- 6)

The valley by the sea: song (16/050-5 [36])

The veteran's song (Long live the King) (17/004- 7 : 2 copies)

Adams, Thomas (1785-1858) English

The Holy Child: Christmas cantata (01/002-2 : 2 copies)

The story of Calvary: cantata (01/002-1)

Addinsell, Richard (1904-1977) English

I'm going to see you today (17/004.5-2)

My heart's light as air (17/004.5-1)

Old tyme dancing & The whizzer (17/004.5-3)

Adès, Thomas (1971- English

The Fayrfax carol: SATB div./optional organ (18/004)

Adler, Richard (1921-2012) American

Heart {from Damn Yankees} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/005-2)

I'm not at all in love (17/005-1)

The pajama game: musical comedy (07/001 : 2 copies)

Ager, Milton (1893-1979) American

Happy days are here again (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/005.5-1 : 2 copies)

Ahlert, Fred (1892-1953) American

Where the blue of the night (Meets the gold of the day) (17/005.8)

Aikin, W. A. (1857-1939) English

Sigh no more: [song] (10/087[13])

Sigh no more: song (17/006)

Aitken, George (1866-1942) English

Maire my girl: Irish love-song (10/045-7[13])

Allitsen, Frances (1849-1912) English

The Lord is my light: sacred song (17/008-1 : 2 copies)

The lute player: song (17/008-2 : 6 copies)

A song of thanksgiving: song (17/008-3)

There's a land: song (16/050-3 [ 2])

There's a land: song (17/008-4 : 2 copies)

There's a land: song (10/045-7[11])

Youth: song (17/008-5 : 2 copies)

Ambroise, Victor

Egypt - I am calling you!: valse song (17/008.5)

Anderson, William Henry (1882-1955) Canadian

To a girl on her birthday: song (17/010)

Two Ukrainian folk songs (09/001)

  1. Alone 2. In the Garden Flowers are Growing

Two Ukrainian folk songs (17/010-2)

  1.Alone 2. In the garden flowers are growing

Andersson, Benny (1946- Swedish

Selections from Chess (Rice-Andersson-Ulvaeus): [13 numbers incl. 2 duets and 2 piano interludes] (09/005)

Thank you for the music (17/010.5)

Androzzo, Alma Bazel (1912-2001) American

If I can help somebody: song (17/011 : 6 copies)

Ansell, Eric English

Roll Up Sailorman: song (17/012-1)

Arditi, Luigi (1822-1903) Italian

The dream of home: song-waltz (16/050-5 [23])

Arlen, Harold (1905-1986) American

Blues in the night (My mama done tol' me) (17/014-2)

That old black magic (17/014-3)

Arne, Michael (1740-1786) English

The lass with the delicate air: unison song (Novello : p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/015-1 (b))

The lass with the delicate air: song (Novello : 17/015-1 (c))

The lass with the delicate air: song (Chappell : 17/015-1 (a) : 2 copies)

Arne, Thomas (1710-1778) English

Come away, Death {song from Twelfth Night} (17/016-6)

Lydia {from Sappho: 6 Cantatas, 1755, no.2} (17/016-7)

The National Anthem in the version used by the Royal Shakespeare Company (orch. sc.: 17/016-5)

Not on beds of fading flowers {from Comus} (17/016-1)

O Peace, thou fairest child of Heaven {poem from Alfred} (17/016-8)

Phillis (17/016-4)

A warning, or The Danger of artificial fly: song from Vauxhall Gardens (17/016-2)

Why so pale? (17/016-3)

Arnold, Malcolm (1921-2006) English

Song of Simeon: Nativity masque for mimers, soloists, mixed chor. & orch. (01/002.8)

Arnold, Walter H.

When I'm at rest: song (17/016.2)

Arundale, Claude (1875-1922) English

Almond blossoms {from Moon Magic} (10/045-8.1[16])

The flag of liberty: song (17/016.5)

The little white house: song cycle (09/007)

Old furniture: [song cycle] (10/045-8.4[4])

  1. Under the hammer 2. Old furniture 3. The rocking chair 4. The toby jug 5. The old cradle 6. The spinning wheel 7. The old spinet

Ascher, Joseph (1829-1869) Dutch

Alice, where art thou: romance (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-5 [10])

Alice where art thou: romance (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/017-1)

Life's dream is o'er {from Alice where art thou}: duet for ten. & contr. (18/007 : 2 copies)

Life's dream is o'er, farewell: romanza for two v. (mez. & ten./sop.) (16/050-5 [19])

Ashford, Emma Louise (1850-1930) American

My task: song (Paxton : 17/018-1 (a))

My task: song (17/018-1 (b))

My task [w. additional verse]: song (17/018-1 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

Atkinson, Dorothy (b. 1893) English

An idyll (Morning, noon and night): song cycle (17/019)

Austin, Frederic (1872-1952) English

Orpheus (17/020)

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

Songs in a farmhouse: cycle of [8] trad. songs arr. for SATB (18/009)

Austin, Harold

In the woods (17/021)

Ayer, Nathaniel Davis (1887-1952) American

If you were the only girl In the world (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/021.5-1)

Aylward, Florence (1862-1950) English

Love's coronation: song (with violin or violoncello & organ acc. ad lib.) (set: 17/022)

Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) German

A Bach hymn book for the Church's seasons (02/005-5)

Be not afraid (Ps. 41/42): motet for double choir (05/001-1)

Be Thou with me (Bist Du bei mir)) (17/024-5 [1])

Beside thy cradle here I stand: chorale from the Christmas Oratorio (17/025-5[1] : 2 copies)

Cease, sad eyelids {from Church Cantata No. 98}: sop. aria (17/024-1)

Christmas oratorio: for SATB soli, SATB [chor.] & orch. (08/005-1 : 4 copies)

Coffee and Cupid (The Coffee Cantata): operetta (07/002)

Come, Redeemer of our race (Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland No. 61): cantata [for STB soli & chor.] (01/003-2 (a))

Come, Redeemer of our race (Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland No. 61): cantata for STB soli, chor. & orch. (01/003-2 (b))

The four seasons (No. 206): secular cantata (01/003-3)

God so loved the World (No. 68): cantata (01/003-4 : 2 copies)

Good fellows be merry {from The Peasant Cantata} (17/025-8)

Happy flock {from Was mir behagt} (17/025-11)

The Hundredth Psalm (01/003-5)

I follow with gladness {from St John Passion} (17/024-4)

Jesu, priceless treasure (Jesu, meine Freude): motet for five v. (SSATB) (05/001-2.2 : 3 copies)

Jesus my great pleasure (Jesu, meine Freude): motet for mixed v. (SSATB) (05/001-2.1)

Lord, wide as the Heaven above {from Church Cantata No. 17}: sop. aria (17/024-6)

Luther's cradle hymn {from Christmas Oratorio} (17/025-5[2] : 2 copies)

My heart ever faithful {from the cantata God so loved the world}: song for mez. in D (17/024-7 (b))

My spirit was in heaviness: sacred cantata [for STB soli & chor.] (01/003-7 : 4 copies)

Now shall the Grace (Bach's Double Chorus) (01/004-1.5 : 2 copies)

O light everlasting (O ewiges Feuer, O Ursprung der Liebe No. 34): sacred cantata (01/004-2.1)

O light everlasting: sacred cantata (01/004-2)

Of flowers the fairest {from The Peasant Cantata} (17/025-6)

Oh yes, just so {from Phoebus and Pan} (17/025-2)

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92): with oboe or violin obbl. (17/025-1 (a))

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92) (17/025-1 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

The Passion of Our Lord according to S. Matthew: [for SATB soli & chor.] (08/005-7 : 5 copies)

The Passion of Our Lord according to S. Matthew: [for SATB soli & chor.] (voc. sc.: 08/005-7 (f))

The Peasant cantata: [for SATB soli & chor.] (01/004-3 : 6 copies)

Praise our God who reigns in Heaven (Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen): Ascensiontide cantata for 4 solo v., chor. & orch. (01/004-8)

Sacred part-songs: for SATB (02/005-1)

St John Passion: [for SATB soli & chor.] (08/005-5 : 6 copies)

St Matthew Passion: abridged [for SATB soli & chor.] (08/005-7.1 : 4 copies)

Saviour make me all thine own {from St Matthew Passion} (17/025-7 : 3 copies)

A selection from the Passion of our Lord, according to St Luke: [oratorio for SATB soli & chor.] (08/005-6 : 2 copies)

Sing to the Lord a glad new song No. 190: cantata (01/004-4)

Sleepers, wake! (Wachet auf … ): cantata (01/004-5.1)

Sleepers, wake! (Wachet auf … ): cantata for STB soli, chor. & orch. (01/004-5 : 6 copies)

Solos from the Sacred cantatas, Set 1: [alto: 5 pieces] (12/031(1) : 2 copies)

Solos from the Sacred cantatas, Set 2: [4 songs] (11/001(2))

Solos from the sacred cantatas, Sets 1-3 (bass) (14/025 [1-3])

[Songs by Bach and Carey] (17/024-5)

Thirteen chorales from the Church cantatas and motets (01/003-8)

[Two Bach chorales from the Christmas Oratorio] (17/025-5 : 2 copies)

When will God recall my spirit: cantata for 16th Sunday after Trinity (01/004-6)

Bain, James Leith MacBeth (1840?-1925) Scottish

Brother James's air (Marosa): unison, w. descant (p. voc. + sol-fa: 02/008)

Bainton, Edgar (1880-1956) English

Sanctuaries: song (10/089[16])

Valley moonlight: song (10/089[18])

Balfe, Michael (1808-1870) Irish

The arrow and the song: serenade (17/026-4)

The Bohemian Girl: opera (06/001)

Bohemian girl (opera): [songs & p. selection] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/015-1)

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina (17/026-1 (a))

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina (17/026-1 (b))

Excelsior: duet (18/011 : 2 copies)

Good night! Good night! beloved!: serenade (17/026-3)

I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls {from The Bohemian Girl}: ballad (16/050-5 [ 5])

Killarney: [song] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-4 [10])

Killarney (17/026-2 (a))

Killarney (song) and Killarney March (piano) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/026-2 (b))

Love smiles but to deceive {from The Bohemian girl}: [song] (16/050-5 [35])

Songs: [10 songs] (09/009)

Ball, Ernest Roland (1878-1927) American

A little bit of Heaven (Shure they call it Ireland): [song] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 10/045-7[10])

Bampton, Claude (1908-1969) English

A tale of the sea: song (17/026.5)

Bantock, Granville (1868-1946) English

Elfin lover: song (17/027-6)

The fighting Téméraire (17/027-4)

The Lord is my Shepherd (Psalm XXIII): for solo voice (17/027-5)

Omar Khayyam: cantata [for 3 v. & chor.] (01/011-1)

The Song of Songs: cantata [for 6 v. & chor.] (01/011-2)

The yellowhammer's song: song (17/027-3)

Barker, George Arthur (1812-1876) Irish

The Scottish blue bells (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-1[22])

When the Guards go marching by!: song (17/028-2)

Barkworth, John Edmond (1858-1929) English

The Earth and Man (17/029-1 : 2 copies)

An Irish lament (17/029-2 : 3 copies)

My lodging is on the cold ground (17/029-3)

Romeo and Juliet: opera (06/002)

Six songs (09/011)

  1. Living song 2. Youth's wisdom 3. Lucy at her window on Christmas morning 4. Morning song 5. Twilight song 6. Emigrant's cradle song

The Spanish lady's love (17/029-4 : 2 copies)

Stray nymph of Dian (17/029-5)

To Chloris singing (17/029-6)

Barnard, d'Auverne (1867-1929) English

Lead, kindly light: sacred song (17/030)

Barnby, Joseph (1838-1896) English

That haven fair: song (10/045-4[ 9])

Barnett, John Francis (1837-1916) English

The ancient mariner: cantata (Hutchings & Romer : 01/013 (c))

The ancient mariner: cantata (01/013 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

Barnicott, Reginald S English

The maiden in grey: duet (18/002.5)

Barratt, Augustus English

My ships: song (17/033)

Barratt, Edgar (1877-1928) English

Coronach: for the death of Cuthullin (17/034)

Barrett-Ayres, Reginald (1920-1981) English

Communion service Ser 3: for congregational use (org. + voc. sc.: 02/010)

Isle of Iona (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/035)

Barri, Odoardo [=Edward Slater] (1844-1920) Irish

The beauteous song: song - with harmonium obbl. (ad lib.) by James Robinson (10/045-4[21])

The city of the King: [song] (16/050-4 [16])

The Flower Queen: cantata for treble voices (01/014)

The old brigade: song (17/038)

Barry, Katharine

My happy garden: song (17/038.5-2)

What shall I sing you? (17/038.5)

Bart, Lionel (1930-1999) English

As long as he needs me {from Oliver} (17/039-1.3)

Consider yourself {from Oliver} (17/039-1.1)

Food glorious food {from Oliver} (17/039-1.2)

Bartlett, James Carroll (1850-1929)

A dream (17/039.5)

Rosemary: ballad (17/039.5-2)

Bateman, Ronald

Won't you come roving?: song (17/040)

Batten, Robert

April morn: vocal waltz (10/045-8.1[10])

Living poems: song (17/042)

Bax, Arnold (1883-1953) English

Five Irish songs (09/013)

  1. The pigeons 2. As I came over the grey, grey hills 3. I heard a piper calling 4. Across the door 5. Beg-Innish

Gloria (Communion service): for SATB & organ (org. + voc. sc.: 02/012)

In the morning: song (17/043)

Baxter, Maud Stewart

Across the valley: song (17/044)

Baynes, Sydney (1879-1938) English

You are my destiny (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/045)

Baynon, Arthur

Forest lullaby (17/046)

Baynton-Power, Henry (1890-19xx) English

Rest at eventide: song (17/047)

Beard, Gilbert

Timothy's cradle song: for sop. (17/048)

Beaumont, Geoffrey (1903-1970) English

A 20th century folk mass: for one or more cantors & congregation (org. + voc. sc.: 02/013)

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) German

A calm sea and a prosperous voyage: cantata (01/015-1 : 3 copies)

Behrend, A. H.

Daddy: song (16/050-3 [28])

Bell, R. Y.

Bonnie Scotland (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/052)

Benatzky, Ralph (1884-1957) Czech

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn} (17/058-1)

White Horse Inn (Special)

White Horse Inn (07/003 : 3 copies)

White Horse Inn: musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz) (libr.: 03/015 : 2 copies)

Benbow, Edwin (1904-1967) English

A sea song (17/059-1)

Bendall, Wilfred (1850-1920) English

The lady of Shalott: cantata (01/015.5)

Benedict, Julius (1804-1885) German-British

Lily of Killarney: opera (06/004.5)

St Peter: oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (08/010)

Benjamin, Arthur (1893-1960) Australian

Linstead Market: Jamaican folk-song (17/060-2)

The piper: song (17/060-3)

Bennett, F. Roy English

Three carols for the Nativity: voc. duet (18/019)

  1. The Shepherds and the Angels 2. Bethlehem Lies Sleeping 3. Come to the Manger

Bennett, T. C. Sterndale- (1882-1944) English

The carol singers: song (17/064-2)

Leanin': song (17/064-1 : 2 copies)

Bennett, William Sterndale (1816-1875) English

The May Queen: pastoral cantata (01/016-1 : 2 copies)

The woman of Samaria: sacred cantata (01/016-2)

Berkeley, Lennox (1903-1989) English

Ruth: opera (06/006)

Berlin, Irving (1888-1989) Russian-American

All alone {from The Punch-bowl}: waltz song (17/069-10)

Annie Get Your Gun (07/004-1)

Anything you can do {from Annie Get Your Gun} (17/069-4 : 2 copies)

Blue skies: fox-trot song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/069-6)

Call me Madam: musical (07/004)

Easter parade (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/069-7)

The golden years of Irving Berlin: [27 songs] (09/017)

Let me sing and I'm happy {from Jolson Sings Again} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/069-5)

My defences are down {from Annie Get Your Gun} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/069-11)

A pretty girl is like a melody (17/069-3)

Say It with music: song fox trot (17/069-1)

Sisters {from White Christmas} (17/069-2 : 2 copies)

The song is ended (But the melody lingers on): waltz-song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/069-9)

There's no business like show business {from Annie Get your Gun} (17/069-4.8)

When I leave the world behind (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/069-8)

Berlioz, Hector (1803-1869) French

Childhood of Christ (L'Enfance du Christ) Op. 25: sacred trilogy (08/011 : 3 copies)

Faust (La damnation de Faust) Op. 24: dramatic legend (voc. sc.: 06/006.5)

Faust (La Damnation de Faust) Op. 24: dramatic legend (08/011-2 : 2 copies)

O vale resounding {from The Trojans} (17/071)

Bernard, George

The old rugged Cross: sacred song (17/073)

Bernstein, Leonard (1918-1990) American

Cool {from West Side Story} (17/074-1)

Somewhere {from West Side Story} (17/074-2)

West Side Story song album (09/021)

Besly, Maurice (1888-1945) English

Columbine's garden: song (10/045-6[10])

Columbine's garden (17/075- 1)

The happy lover: song (17/075- 7)

The little waves of Breffny: song (17/075- 2)

The meaning of a rose: song (17/075- 3)

My heart remembers: song (17/075- 8)

My love goes with you: song (17/075- 9 : 2 copies)

O Lily lady of loveliness: air for contralto & strings (set: 42/009-1)

The second minuet: voc. duet (18/021)

The second minuet: song (17/075- 4 : 2 copies)

The shepherds had an angel Op. 20: hymn for sop. solo, etc [arr. for string accomp.] (set: 42/009-3)

The shepherds had an angel Op. 20: hymn for sop. solo, chor. (SATB) & cor anglais or viola (set: 02/018)

A soldier - his prayer (17/075- 5)

Time, you old gipsy man: song (17/075- 6)

Bevan, Frederick Charles (1856-1939) English

The admiral's broom: song (17/076-2 : 2 copies)

The flight of ages: song (16/050-4 [39])

The flight of ages: song (17/076-1)

Bevan-Baker, John

Tam o' Shanter: [cantata for SAB] (Special)

Birtchnell, J. (19th c.) English

Sarah's gone and left me; or The catsmeat man: [song and chorus] (16/050-1[13])

Bishop, Henry (Sir) (1786-1855) English

The bloom is on the rye (My pretty Jane): song (16/050-4 [13])

Lo! here the gentle lark: song [with flute accomp.] (17/078-1 (a))

Lo! here the gentle lark: [song] with flute accomp. (17/078-1 (b))

Should he upbraid (17/078-2)

Bizet, Georges (1838-1875) French

Carmen: opera in 4 acts (Metzler : 06/007.2)

Carmen: concert version (Boosey & Hawkes : 06/007.1)

Carmen: opera [concert version] (Novello : 06/007 : 4 copies)

Concert medley from Carmen: for chor. of mixed v. w. p acc (06/007.5 : 2 copies)

Love the vagrant {from Carmen}: celebrated Havanera (17/080-1 : 2 copies)

Serenade {from The Fair Maid of Perth} (17/080-2)

Sirs! your toast (Song of the toréador {from Carmen} (17/080-3 : 4 copies)

Song of the toreador (Sirs, your toast) {from Carmen} (16/020( 4) [4])

Bliss, Arthur (1891-1975) English

Lie strewn the white flocks: pastoral for chor., mez.-sop. solo etc (01/018)

Madam Noy: song for sop. & six instr. arr. for v. & pianof. (17/082)

Tobias and the Angel: opera (06/008)

Blockley, John (1800-1882) English

Here's a health Bonnie Scotland to thee (10/045-4[ 4])

Jessie's dream: story of the relief of Lucknow (Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/083)

Many happy returns (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/272[2])

Many happy returns of the day: birth-day song (10/045-4[11])

Blumenthal, Jacques (1829-1908) German-British

An evening song (Chappell : 17/083.5)

The message: [song] (16/050-4 [31])

Bock, Jerry (1928- American

Fiddler on the Roof: musical (07/005 : 2 copies)

Fiddler on the roof: musical (libr.: 03/020 : 2 copies)

Bond-Andrews, John Charles (1854-1899) English

The world went very well then: humorous song (17/086.3)

Bonheur, Theo [=Charles Arthur Rawlings] (1857-1919) English

Cathedral voices: song w. organ or harmon. accomp. ad lib. (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/087-2)

Old and new: voc. gavotte (17/087-1)

Borodin, Alexander (1833-1887) Russian

Prince Igor - Choral dance No. 17: for mixed v. chor. & orch. (concert version) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/019 : 6 copies)

Boswell, Eric

Little donkey (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/090)

Boughton, Rutland (1878-1960) English

Blue in the woods (17/092-8 : 2 copies)

Clouds: 2-part song for female (or treble) v. (18/025-1)

Faery song {from The Immortal Hour} (17/092-1 : 2 copies)

Fierce love song (17/092-2)

Honeysuckle (17/092-3)

The lake of beauty Op. 39 No. 1 (17/092-4)

Lullay {from Bethlehem}: Virgin's first lullaby (17/092-7 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

Lullay {from Bethlehem} [reduced format]: Virgin's first lullaby (17/092-7 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

The new Madonna (17/092-5)

Saint Crispin's day {from Agincourt}: King Henry's song (17/092-6)

Bourne, Patrisha Ronald

My heart for you (17/092.5)

Bowen, Lauri (1890- English

Bachelor Joe: [song] (17/093-3)

The road across the sea: song (17/093-1)

Three jolly trawlers (Jim, Joe an' me): song (17/093-2)

Bowen, York (1884-1961) English

A moonlight night: song (17/093.2 : 2 copies)

Box, Elton

When you come to the End of a Journey (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/093.5)

Boyce, William (1711-1779) English

Tell me, lovely shepherd {from Solomon}: air (17/094 : 4 copies)

Braham, David (1838-1905) English-American

St Patrick's Day parade: [song and chorus] (16/050-1 [8])

Brahe, May (1884-1956) Australian

Bless this house: song (17/096-1 : 4 copies)

Evening shadows: song (17/096-2)

I passed by your window {from Song Pictures} (17/096-8)

Life's balcony: song (17/096-6)

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John: song (17/096-3 : 2 copies)

A parting prayer: song (17/096-5)

The piper from over the way: song (17/096-4)

A prayer in absence: song (17/096-9)

Song pictures: five songs (09/024)

  1. I passed by your window 2. Heart of the night 3. To a miniature 4. Dawn song 5. The little people

Two little words: song (17/096-7 : 2 copies)

Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897) German

Cradle song (Mozart Allan : 17/098-5 (e))

Gipsy songs (Zigeunerlieder) Op. 103: for v. & piano (15/024-1 : 3 copies)

In silent night: German folk-song (SATB) (05/011 (b-3))

Noenia (Nänie) Op. 82: for chor. & orch. (01/021-3)

Requiem Op. 45: for solo, chor. & orch. (organ ad lib.) (Breitkopf & Härtel : 02/022.1 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

Requiem Op. 45 (pocket ed.): for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (Novello : 02/022.3)

Requiem Op. 45: for solo, chor. & orch. (organ ad lib.) (Rieter-Biedermann : 02/022.1 (a))

Requiem Op. 45: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (Novello : 02/022 : 3 copies)

A song of destiny (Schicksalslied) Op. 54 (01/021-1 : 5 copies)

Triumphlied (Triumphal hymn) Op. 55 {Offenb. Joh. Cap. 19}: cantata (01/021-2)

Brel, Jacques (1929-1978) Belgian

Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: souvenir album [of 9 songs incl. 5 composed by or with Gérard Jouannest] (09/027)

Breville-Smith, Francis Stanley (1884-1955) English

The song of the waggoner (10/045-7[17])

Brewer, A. Herbert (1865-1928) English

The fairy pipers: song (17/100-1)

Follow the piper: song (10/045-8.2[15])

Miller's Green: miniature suite for voice & p. (or orch.) (09/029)

  1. The maid of Kent 2. A widow bird 3. As we dance round 4. My sweet sweeting 5. Here we come a-piping

Bricusse, Leslie (1931- English

I've never seen anything like it {from Doctor Dolittle} (17/101-1)

Talk to the animals {from Doctor Dolittle} (17/101-2)

A wonderful day like today {from The Roar of the Greasepaint ...} (17/101-3)

Bridge, Frank (1879-1941) English

E'en as a lovely flower (17/102-3 : 3 copies)

Love went a-riding: song (17/102-1)

O that It were so!: song (17/102-2 : 2 copies)

Bridge, John Frederick (1844-1924) English

The ballad of the 'Clampherdown': for chor. & orch. (01/022)

Bridgewater, Thomas English

The Church service: set to music in the key of A (02/024)

Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976) English

Billy Budd: opera (06/010-1)

Canticle III: Still falls the rain Op. 55: for ten., horn & piano (set: 01/023-10)

Canticle IV: Journey of the Magi Op. 86: for counter-ten., ten., bar. & piano (01/023-9)

A ceremony of carols Op. 28: cantata (01/023-2 : 2 copies)

Wolcum Yole! {from A ceremony of carols Op. 28} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/023-2(1))

There is no rose {from A ceremony of carols Op. 28} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/023-2(2))

As dew in Aprille {from A ceremony of carols Op. 28} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/023-2(4))

This little Babe {from A ceremony of carols Op. 28} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/023-2(5))

Deo gracias {from A ceremony of carols Op. 28} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/023-2(6))

A charm of lullabies Op. 41: for mez-sop. & p. (voc. sc.: 09/030-2)

Choral dances from 'Gloriana' (p. voc. + sol-fa: 09/030)

  1. Time 2. Concord 3. Time and Concord 4.Country girls 5. Rustics and fishermen 6. Final dance of homage

Folk song arrangements vol. 1: British Isles: [7 songs] (09/030(1) : 2 copies)

Folk song arrangements vol. 3: British Isles: [7 songs] (09/030(3) : 2 copies)

Folk song arrangements vol. 4: Moore's Irish melodies: [10 songs] (09/030(4))

Folk song arrangements vol. 5: British Isles: [5 songs] (09/030(5))

Hymn to St Cecilia Op. 27: unaccomp. chor. (01/023-3 : 2 copies)

The little sweep {from 'Let's Make an Opera' Op.45} (06/010-2 : 2 copies)

The little sweep {from 'Let's Make an Opera'} - songs for the audience: [4 songs] (06/010-2 [A])

A midsummer night's dream: opera in 3 acts (libr.: 03/025-1)

Noye's fludde: the Chester miracle play (libr.: 03/025-2)

Peter Grimes Op.33: opera (06/010-5)

Peter's dreams {from Peter Grimes} (17/103-1)

Saint Nicholas Op. 42: cantata (01/023-5 : 4 copies)

Spring symphony: cantata (01/023-4)

Welcome ode Op. 95: for young people's chor. (SAB) & orch. (01/023-6)

Broad, J. Astor English

Joseph: sacred cantata (sol-fa only: 44/007)

Broadwood, Lucy Etheldred (1858-1929) English

The Golden Vanity {from English County Songs} (17/103.5)

The keys of Heaven {from English county songs}: [song] (16/050-5 [25])

Brodzky, Nicholas (1905-1985) Russian-American

I'll walk with God (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/104)

Brown, Nacio Herb (1896-1964) American

Alone {from A NIght at the opera} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/105-3)

Broadway melody (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/105-1)

Love is where you find it (17/105-2)

Singin' in the rain (17/105-4)

Singin' in the rain (soundtrack album) (07/005.4)

Bullock, Ernest (1890-1979) English

I love my God and He loves me (17/105.6)

Burke, Joe (1884-1950) American

Tip-toe thro' the tulips with me (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/106.7)

Burke, Sonny (1914-1980) American

How it lies, How it lies, How it lies! (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/107)

Burleigh, Henry Thacker (1866-1914) American

I got a robe (Heav'n, heav'n): Negro spiritual (17/108)

Burrows, Rex

Each sunday morn (in the Church on the hill): song (17/108.5-3)

Give me your hand: song (17/108.5-2)

The hills of County Clare: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/108.5-1)

My heart Is yours: song (17/108.5-4)

Bury, Winifred

There is a ladye (17/108.7 : 2 copies)

Bush, Geoffrey (1920-1998) English

My true love hath my heart (17/109)

Butterfield, James Austin (1837-1891) English-American

When you and I were young, Maggie: solo and [SATB} chorus (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-1[69])

Butterworth, George (1885-1916) English

Loveliest of trees {from 'A Shropshire lad'} (17/109.2(1))

Six songs from 'A Shropshire lad' (09/032)

Buxtehude, Dietrich (c.1637-1707) Danish

Jesu, joy and treasure (Jesu, meine Freude): sacred cantata for soli (sop./ten.+ bass) etc (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/024)

Byrd, William (1543-1623) English

O Lord, make thy servant, Elizabeth: motet (SAATB) (05/003-3)

Sing joyfully unto God: full anthem for 6 v. (SSATTB - unacc) (org. + voc. sc.: 02/030-5)

Cadman, Charles Wakefield (1881-1946) American

Four American Indian songs Op. 45 (09/033)

  1. From the land of the sky-blue water 2. The white dawn is stealing 3.Far off I hear a lover's flute 4. The moon drops low

I hear a thrush at eve: serenade (17/109.5)

The morning of the year: song cycle for 4 solo v. (SATB) (15/029)

When the white plum blows: song (17/109.5-2)

Campion, Thomas (1567-1620) English

First Book of Ayres (c.1613): [21 songs] (09/035(1))

Cantor, Josef

Banks of Allan Water: part-song, arr. for 4 male v. (ATTB) (18/031 : 3 copies)

Capel, J. M.

Love, could I only tell thee: song (17/110)

Capua, Eduardo di (1869-1917) Italian

Beneath thy window ('O sole mio!): Neapolitan serenade (17/111-1 : 3 copies)

'O sole mio! (My bright sun): song (17/111-2)

Carew, Molly

Advice: song (Chappell : 17/113-4)

The Dorothy Perkins rose: song (17/113-2)

Love's a merchant: song (17/113 : 2 copies)

The market: song (10/045-6[1])

Over the meadow: song (Chappell : 17/113-5)

The piper of love: song (17/113-3)

Tiptoe: song (Chappell : 17/113-6)

Carey, Henry (1687-1743) English

Flocks are sporting: unison song (17/113.1)

Pastoral (17/024-5 [2])

Carey, Lewis English

Nearer, my God, to Thee: sacred song (17/113.2)

Carmichael, Hoagy (1899-1981) American

One morning in May: ballad (17/113.5)

Carne, Gerald

Faith: song (17/113.7-3 : 2 copies)

It's the same old homeland: song (17/113.7-1)

My dearest wish: song (17/113.7-2)

Carreau, Margaret

Pastures of the soul (17/114)

Carter, William (G. M.) (b.1838) American

Skidmore Guard: [song and chorus] (16/050-1 [9])

Caryll, Ivan [=Felix Tilkins] (1861-1921) Belgian

The Duchess of Dantzic (Sans-Gêne): romantic light opera (07/005.5-1)

The shop girl: musical farce (07/005.5-2)

Case, Thomas

Twelve songs (09/039)

Cecil, Arthur

I hear thee speak of a better land: song (17/114.5)

Cellier, Alfred (1844-1891) English

Dorothy: pastoral comic opera (07/005.7 : 2 copies)

Center, Alexander Scottish

The Banchory carol: song (17/114.8)

Chaminade, Cécile (1857-1944) French

Love's garden (Si j'étais jardinier): song (10/045-9[6])

Chaplin, Charlie (1889-1977) English

This is my song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/116.5-1)

Chaplin, Saul (1912-1997) American

Anniversary song (Oh! how we danced) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/116.7)

Charles, Wolseley (1880-19??) English

Cloze-props: song (17/117)

Chassaigne, F.

Falka: comic opera (06/014)

Chenoweth, Wilbur (1899-1980) American

Hear our prayer: sacred song (17/117.8)

Cherry, Andrew (1762-1812) Irish

The dear little shamrock (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/118)

Chesham, Edward M

The longshoreman: song (17/119.3)

Chisholm, James Marquis (1837-1877)

The Battle of Stirling: national song (16/050-3 [16])

Church, John (1675-1741) English

A divine hymn (17/120)

Churchill, Frank (d. 1942)

One song {from Snow White) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/121)

Claribel [=Charlotte Allington Barnard] (1830-1869) English

Come back to Erin: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/031-1)

Clarke, Cuthbert English

The beautiful lady: [concerted song] (17/121.5)

Clarke, Robert Coningsby (1879-1934) English

A birthday song: song (16/050-3 [10])

The blind ploughman: song (17/122-1 : 2 copies)

The linnet: song (17/122-3)

Songs of the Malvern Hills: [7 songs] (09/040)

You'll git heaps o' lickin's: song (17/122-2)

Clay, Frederic (1838-1889) English

I'll sing thee a song of Araby {from Lalla Rookh}: from the cantata "Lalla Rookh" (17/124-2 : 2 copies)

The sands o' Dee: song (17/124-3)

The sands o' Dee (10/076[3])

She wandered down the mountain side: song (17/124-1)

What is love {from Don Quixote}: bolero (16/050-3 [18])

Clifton, Harry (1824-1872) English

Very suspicious: comic duet (18/035)

Clutsam, George Howard (1866-1951) Australian

Blossom time: musical play in 2 acts [with music arr. & derived from Franz Schubert] (libr.: 03/031)

The damask rose: musical play (07/005.8)

The damask rose {from The Damask Rose}: song (17/125-1)

Coates, Eric (1886-1957) English

Bird songs at eventide (17/127- 1 : 5 copies)

Bird songs at eventide (18/035.3)

A dinder courtship (17/127- 9)

The fairy tales of Ireland: song (17/127- 2)

Four old English songs (09/041 : 2 copies)

  1. Orpheus with his lute 2. Under the greenwood tree 3. Who is Sylvia? 4. It was a lover

The green hills o' Somerset: song (17/127- 3)

I heard you singing: song (17/127-11 : 2 copies)

If stars were tears: song (17/127- 7)

Moon-daisies: song (17/127-13)

Sea rapture: impression (17/127- 8)

Sleepy lagoon: song (17/127-12)

A song of Summer (17/127- 6)

Star of God: song (17/127- 4 : 2 copies)

Stone-cracker John: song (17/127-10)

Stone-cracker John: song (10/045-7[2])

To-day is ours: song (17/127- 5)

Cobb, Gerard Francis (1838-1904) English

The scent of the lilies: song (17/129-1)

The young British soldier: song (17/129-2)

Coenen, Willem (1837-1918) Dutch

Come unto me: song for low v. (17/131)

Coleman, Cy [=Seymour Kaufman] (1929-2004) American

Vocal selections from 'Barnum' (09/043)

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel (1875-1912) English

Big lady moon (17/133-3)

Bon-Bon suite: for bar. solo, chor. & orch. (01/026-3)

The death of Minnehaha Op. 30 No. 2: cantata for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (Walsh, Holmes : 01/026-2(2) : 2 copies)

Eleanore: song (10/087[ 5])

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (Walsh, Holmes : 01/026-2(3) (b) (c) : 2 copies)

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (Novello : 01/026-2(3) (a))

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. (Walsh, Holmes : 01/026-2(1) (a) (b) : 2 copies)

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. (Novello : 01/026-2(1) (c) (d) : 2 copies)

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. (sol-fa only: 44/011-1)

A lament: song (17/133-1 : 2 copies)

Life and death: song (17/133-4 : 2 copies)

Onaway, awake, beloved {from Hiawatha}: song (10/087[ 4])

Onaway! Awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha's Wedding Feast}: song (17/133-6)

Scenes from the Song of Hiawatha Op. 30: for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (01/026-2 : 2 copies)

A tale of old Japan: cantata for (SCTBar) soli, chor. & orch. (01/026-4)

The willow song {from Shakespeare's Othello} (17/133-5)

Collinson, Francis (1898-1984) English

The blackbird: English folk song (17/135)

Colville, Alan English

A blackbird in the dawn: song (17/135.5-2)

Welcome my Dear (17/135.5)

Connor, Tommie

In God's Good time: song (17/136-2)

Coombs, C. Whitney (1859-1940) American

Under the silent stars: a Christmas song [w. violin obbl. ad lib.] (set: 17/137)

Cooper, Margaret

Catch me!: song (17/137.5)

Cooper, W. Smyth

The magic key: Spanish fairy opera (07/006 : 2 copies)

A Royal Jester, or A Kingdom for a Laugh: operetta (07/006.1)

Coote, Robert (1834-1888) English

The concertina man: [song and chorus] (16/050-1[11])

Copland, Aaron (1900-1990) American

The promise of living {from The Tender Land}: quintet (SATBB) arr. for mixed chor. w. p. duet accomp. (18/036)

Corbett, Felix

Blossoms: song (10/045-5[ 7])

Doing our bit at home (17/138)

Costa, Michael (1808-1884) Anglo-Italian

Eli: oratorio (08/014 : 2 copies)

Cowan, Marie

Waltzing Matilda (17/138.2)

Coward, Leslie English

I only knew: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/138.5)

Coward, Noël (1899-1973) English

Album of eight songs (09/049-1)

Bitter sweet: operette (07/007 : 3 copies)

Bitter sweet piano selection (17/139-7)

His words and music: collection of 32 Coward classics (09/049(1))

His words and music, vol. 2: a Noel Coward gala [35 songs] (09/049(2))

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: song (17/139-1)

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: voc. duet (18/037)

London pride (17/139-5)

Mad dogs and Englishmen {from Words and Music}: song (17/139-3)

Poor little rich girl {from On With the Dance}: voc. fox-trot (17/139-2)

Songs to amuse: [15 songs] (09/049-2)

The stately homes of England {from Operette} (17/139-4)

Zigeuner {from Bitter Sweet} (17/139-6)

Cowen, Frederic Hymen (1852-1935) English

The better land: song (16/050-5 [15])

A birthday (My heart is like a singing bird) (10/045-6[20])

The children's home: song (16/050-4 [37])

The children's home: song (10/045-4[14])

The children's home: song (17/140-6 (a))

The children's home: song (17/140-6 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

Love lies asleep in the rose: song (10/045-5[ 8])

The mission of a rose: song (16/050-3 [24])

Onaway, awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha}: song (17/140-2)

Onaway, awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha}: voc. duet for ten. & bar. (or bass) (18/039)

The promise of life: song (17/140-5)

A psalm of life (17/140-3)

St John's Eve: old English idyll for soli, chor. & orch. (01/027 : 2 copies)

Snow-flakes: song (17/140-4)

The swallows: song (10/045-5[12])

Cowie, J.W.

Via Crucis (the Way of the Cross): sacred cantata [for SATB soli & chor.] (01/028)

Craven, Louise

I'll turn to you: song (17/142-1)

My life Is yours: song (17/142-2)

Craxton, Harold (1885-1971) English

Sorrow no more: song (17/142.5)

Cripps, Henry English

One song is in my heart: song (17/142.6)

Croke, Leo T.

Heart of mine (17/142.8)

Crouch, F. Nicholls (1808-1896) English-American

Kathleen Mavourneen (Hutchings & Romer : 17/143 (b))

Kathleen Mavourneen (/ : 17/143 (c))

Kathleen Mavourneen: Irish song (Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/143 (a))

Dacre, Harry (1860-1922) English

I want to see the old home again: [song] (16/050-4 [ 8])

Dalby, Martin (1942- Scottish

Four miniature songs from Ezra Pound: for 4-part mixed v. (voc. sc.: 18/039.5)

Laudate Dominum (MS: 1964): for ten. (or sop.) sol., SATB & org. (or orch.) (org. + voc. sc.: Special)

  Composed for Aberdeen Grammar School

Laudate Dominum: for ten. sol., 4-pt chor. (SATB) & org. (or orch.) (02/037-1)

Mater salutaris: carol for SATB & org. (02/037-2)

Of Thy Human Heart: carol for SATB & organ (full sc.: 18/039.5-2)

Two songs of ascent (Psalm 121 [with tenor solo], 131): for SATB & organ (voc. sc.: 18/039.5-3)

Dale, Benjamin James (1885-1943) English

Before the paling of the stars: Christmas hymn for v. & orch. (02/034)

O mistress mine Op. 9 No. 1 (10/087[ 8])

Danks, Hart Pease (1834-1903) American

Forgive and forget, little darling: song and chorus (16/050-1[14])

Danzig, Evelyn (1902-1996) American

Scarlet ribbons (17/145)

Darke, Harold (1888-1976) English

Three songs of innocence (09/053)

  1. The shepherd 2. The lamb 3. Spring

Darnton, Charles English

David and Jonathan: oratorio (08/015 : 2 copies)

Davie, Cedric Thorpe (1913-1983) Scottish

Quodlibet {from The Jolly Beggars}: SATB (p. voc. + sol-fa: 18/040)

The Thistle and the Rose: for adolescent v. (SAB), str. & p., org. & bells (ad lib.) (18/040-2 : 2 copies)

Davies, Clara Novello (1861-1943) Welsh

Friend: song (17/146)

Davies, Harry Parr (1914-1955) Welsh

I leave my heart in an English garden {from Dear Miss Phoebe} (17/148-1)

Pedro, the fisherman {from The Lisbon Story}: song (17/148-4)

Someday we shall meet again {from The Lisbon Story}: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/148-2)

Wish me luck (As you wave me goodbye) {from Shipyard Sally} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/148-3)

Davies, Henry Walford (1869-1941) English

Fantasy Op. 42: cantata (01/030-1)

Sacred lullabies and other songs: [8 songs] (09/055)

The seal's lullaby {from Kipling's The Jungle Book} (17/149-3 : 2 copies)

Six pastorals Op. 15: [4 v., 4 strings & piano] (01/030-2)

Davies, Laurence H. (1926-

Three Spanish carols: unison (09/056)

Davis, Jimmie (1899-2000) American

You are my sunshine (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/150.5)

Day, Maude Craske

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp. (10/045-6[12])

Arise, O Sun: voc. duet (18/041 : 3 copies)

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp. (17/151 : 5 copies)

Beware of the maidens: song (17/151-2)

De Fesch, Willem (1687-1761) Flemish

Colin's success (17/152)

Dean, Edward

I wonder why? (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/152.5)

Del Riego, Teresa (1876-1968) English

The dawn wIll bring a brighter day: song (17/156- 8)

The greatest wish in the world: song (17/156- 1)

Happy song (17/156- 2 : 3 copies)

Homing: song (17/156- 3 : 3 copies)

Homing: voc. duet (18/043)

The perfect prayer: song, with org. (or harmon.) accomp. ad lib. (17/156- 6)

Sink, red sun {from song cycle Gloria}: song (17/156- 5)

The sunrise is coming: song (17/156- 7)

Thank God for a garden: song (17/156- 4)

Demuth, Norman (1898-1968) English

Weep you no more, sad fountains: 2-part choral song (18/045)

Denza, Luigi (1846-1922) Italian

A May morning: song (17/161.2 : 2 copies)

Dering, Richard (d.1630) English

The cries of London: [for 5 v. (SATTB) & 5 viols (Vn,Vn,Va,Va,Vc)] (chor. sc.: 18/046)

DeSylva, B. G. ('Buddy') (1895-1950) American

Sunny side up (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/161.7)

Diack, J. Michael (1869-1947) English

Jack and Jill: new setting of an old rhyme (17/162-11)

Little Jack Horner: new setting of an old rhyme (17/162-12)

One morning, Oh! so early: song (10/076[10])

One morning, Oh! so early: song (17/162-2 : 3 copies)

Papageno: operetta or cantata for schools & mus. soc. (07/008 : 2 copies)

Sing a song of sixpence: 2-part choral (sop. & contr.) (18/047)

Sing a song of sixpence: new setting of an old rhyme (17/162-3)

Vocal exercises on tone placing and enunciation (19/020)

Dibdin, Charles (1745-1814) English

The jolly young waterman {from The Waterman}: song (17/163)

Dickson, Stanley (1934-

Thanks be to God: song (w. organ or harmon. accpt. ad lib.) (17/164)

Diehl, Louis (19th c.)

Going to market: song (10/045-4[23])

Dillon, William (1877-1966) American

The end of the road (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/165 : 2 copies)

Dix, J. Airlie (d. 1911)

The ould side car: [song] (17/165.8-2)

The trumpeter: song (10/045-7[1])

The trumpeter: song (17/165.8)

Donaldson, Walter (1893-1947) American

Just try to picture me, back home in Tennessee (17/166)

My blue heaven (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/166-2)

That certain party: fox-trot song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/166-3)

Dorel, Francis

The garden of your heart: song (17/168.3)

The garden of your heart: duet (18/049)

When my ships come sailing home (10/045-8.1[4])

Dowland, John (1563-1626) English

Awake, sweet love (05/005)

Fifty songs for high voice Bk 1: [25 songs] (09/059.5(1))

Fifty songs for high voice Bk 2: [25 songs] (09/059.5(2))

Dring, Madeleine (1923-1977) English

Three Shakespeare songs: for med. v. (voc. sc.: 09/060)

  1. Under the greenwood tree 2. Come away, Death 3. Blow, blow, thou Winter wind

Drummond, Frederick

The gay highway: song (17/168.5)

Home that is calling for me: song (17/168.5-3)

Rosebud: song (17/168.5-2)

Rosebud: song (10/045-7[9])

Songs from golden hours: [4 songs] (09/061)

  1. You will never grow old 2. The old clock 3. You've got your mother's eyes 4. Give me youth and a day

Duff, Arthur K. English

Who is Silvia? (17/169-1)

Dumayne, John

Bird of Spring: song (17/169.3)

Dumont, Charles (1929- French

No regrets (17/169.5-1)

Dunhill, Thomas Frederick (1877-1946) English

A child's song of praise: song (17/170-1)

The cloths of Heaven {from "The wind among the reeds"} (17/170-2 : 2 copies)

The cloths of Heaven {from 'The wind among the reeds'} (10/045-6[18])

Gifts: song (17/170-3)

I can hear a cuckoo (17/170-4)

My boat glides with the gliding stream Op. 44 No. 1: quartet (SCTB) (18/051)

Three fine ships: song (17/170-6)

Dunn, James P.

The bitterness of love (17/171)

Dvorák, Antonín (1841-1904) Czech

At the foot of the Cross (Stabat Mater) Op. 58 (08/017-1 : 3 copies)

Goin' home {adapted from the Largo of the New World symphony} (17/174-4)

The maiden and the lark (17/174-2(3))

The spectre's bride: dram. cantata (01/033)

Summer song: story of the New World (07/008.7)

Dykes, John Bacchus (1823-1876) English

Te Deum laudamus (02/039)

Dyson, George (1883-1964) English

The Canterbury pilgrims: for chor., orch. & 3 soloists (sop., ten., bar.) (01/035-1 : 3 copies)

In honour of the City (01/035-2 : 2 copies)

Dzerzhinsky, Ivan (1909-1978) Russian

Cossack song (17/174.8)

Earl, Mary [=Robert A. 'Bobo' King] (1862-1932) American

Beautiful Ohio: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/175)

Eastburn, R. A. [=Joseph Eastburn Winner] (1837-1918) American

The little brown jug: [song and chorus (SATB)] (16/050-1[12])

Eden, Robert

What's in the air today?: song (17/176 : 2 copies)

Ehret, Walter (1918-2009) American

Great day!: Negro spiritual (SSA accomp.) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/176.5)

Elgar, Edward (1857-1934) English

After: song (17/178-8)

The Apostles Op. 49: oratorio (08/019-1 : 3 copies)

The banner of St George Op. 33: ballad for chor. & orch. (01/037-1 : 4 copies)

The banner of St George: ballad by Shapcott Wensley (sol-fa only: 44/021-1)

Caractatus Op. 35: cantata [for STBarB soli & chor.] (01/037-6)

The Dream of Gerontius Op. 38: for MTB soli, chor. & orch. (08/019-2 : 5 copies)

For the Fallen Op. 80 No. 3: oratorio (08/019-3)

From the Bavarian Highlands Op. 27: six choral songs (SATB) (01/037-2 : 4 copies)

  1. The Dance. 2. False Love. 3. Lullaby. 4. Aspiration 5. On the Alm 6. The Marksman

Great is the Lord (Psalm 48) Op. 67: anthem (01/037-3)

How calmly the evening: two-part song (18/054)

In the dawn {from The professor}: song (17/178-6)

Is she not passing fair?: lay (17/178-7)

The Kingdom Op. 51: oratorio (08/019-4 : 3 copies)

Land of hope and glory: song (16/050-3 [ 3])

Land of hope and glory: song (17/178-5 : 3 copies)

The Light of life (Lux Christi) Op. 29: short oratorio for soli, chor. & orch. (08/019-5 : 2 copies)

The music makers Op. 69: ode set for contr. solo, SATB & orch. (01/037-4 : 2 copies)

Pansies (Salut d'amour): song (16/050-3 [11])

Pleading Op. 48 No. 1: song (17/178-3)

Scenes from the Saga of King Olaf: for STB soli, chor. & orch. (01/037-5 : 3 copies)

Sea pictures Op. 37: cycle of 5 songs for contralto (12/045 : 2 copies)

  1. Sea slumber-song 2. In haven (Capri) 3. Sabbath morning at sea 4. Where corals lie 5. The swimmer

The snow Op. 26 No. 1: 3-part song for fem. v. w. accomp. 2 vns & pf. (voc. sc.: 15/032)

Song of liberty: song (17/178-4)

The spirit of England Op. 80: for ten. or sop. solo, chor. & orch. (01/037-7)

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me {from The Apostles}: prologue (01/038[4] : 3 copies)

Elkin, Robert

Spring goeth all in white: song (17/179-1)

Elliott, J. W.

The song of Hybrias the Cretan (17/180 : 2 copies)

Elliott, Leslie

The Good Lord's satisfied: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/180.5 : 2 copies)

Elliott, Percy (1871-1932) English

Heart's desire: song cycle [7 songs] (09/069)

Mate o' mine: song w. violin or violonceloo oblig. (ad lib.) (17/181 : 2 copies)

Elliott, Zo (ie Alonzo) (1891-1964) American

There's a long, long trail (10/045-7[18])

Ellis, Vivian (1904-1996) English

Bless the bride: musical show (07/009 : 6 copies)

Bless the bride: light opera (libr.: 03/041 : 2 copies)

Ma belle Marguerite {from Bless the Bride} (17/182-1)

This is my lovely day {from Bless the Bride}: song (17/182-2 : 3 copies)

Elvey, George J.

Christ is risen from the dead: full anthem for Easter (org. + voc. sc.: 02/040)

Emanuel, Louis

The desert: descriptive song (17/183 : 2 copies)

Emmel, David (fl1870-1920) English

Philosophy song: [song] (16/050-5 [31])

Ernest, Gustav German

Sleep and rest: [song] w. cello ad lib. (17/183.5)

Evans, George 'Honeyboy' (1870-1915) Welsh

In the good old summer time: waltz song (16/050-5 [ 3])

Evans, Hal

You bring me a song: song (17/184.5)

Evans, Tolchard

I hear your voice: song (17/184.7)

Fain, Sammy [=Samuel Feinberg] (1902-1989) American

I'll be seeing you (17/185-3)

Love is a many-splendored thing (17/185-1)

Oh! For a closer walk with God (10/045-8.1[2])

Secret love (17/185-2)

Fall, Leo (1873-1925) Austrian

My dream of love {from The Dollar Princess} (16/020( 4) [5])

A ring o' roses {from The Dollar Princess} (16/020(12) [3])

Faning, Eaton (1850-1927) English

Moonlight: part-song for SATB (18/055-1)

Song of the Vikings: part-song (SATB) (18/055-2)

Farban, René

Rolling home to bonnie Scotland: song (16/050-4 [ 6])

Farjeon, Harry (1878-1948) English

A Sussex alphabet, vol. 1: song cycle for children & grown-ups (09/071(1))

Fauré, Gabriel (1845-1924) French

The palms (Les rameaux): sacred song (17/188-4)

Fearis, John Sylvester (1867-1932) American

Beautiful isle of somewhere: [sacred song] (17/188.5)

Fibich, Zdenko (1850-1900) Czech

Poëm (In your eyes): voc. valse, w. violin & cello obbl. (set: 28/020 (a))

Finlay, Kenneth (1882-1974) Scottish

The Saviour's birth: Church cantata for Christmas [for SATB soli & chor.] (01/039)

Finzi, Gerald (1901-1956) English

Lo, the full, final sacrifice: festival anthem for chor. & organ (or orch.) (02/043 : 2 copies)

Till Earth outwears (09/071.8)

Fisher, Howard

The adjutant: song (17/192-2)

An old violin: song (17/192)

Fiske, Roger English

Done for (17/192.5-2)

Weathers (17/192.5 : 2 copies)

Fletcher, Percy E. (1879-1932) English

Honeysuckle Lane (10/045-8.1[11])

The smile of Spring: voc. waltz (17/193-1)

Flotsam, Mr [=B. C. Hilliam] (1890-1968) English

The Changing of the Guard (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/194)

Fogg, Eric (1903-1939) English

Peace (17/196)

Ford, Donald

A prayer to Our Lady {from Skylark and Swallow}: song (17/199)

Forster, Dorothy (1884-1950) English

Dearest, I bring you daffodils: song (17/200-1)

Mifanwy: song (17/200-2)

Rose in the bud: song (17/200)

Fortescue, Edith [=Alfred William Rawlings] (1860-1924) English

Giver of life: song (16/050-4 [38])

Foster, Stephen (1826-1864) American

Beautiful dreamer (17/201-2)

I dream of Jeanie [with the light brown hair] (17/201 (d))

Jeanie with the light brown hair: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/201 (b))

Jeanie, with the light brown hair: song (17/201 (a))

Jeanie, with the light brown hair (17/201 (c))

Medley of songs for baritone solo, men's voices & piano (15/038 : 3 copies)

Oh! Susanna {from The Covered Wagon} (17/201-3)

Fothergill, Helen English

Weep you no more: song (10/089[13])

Fox, Charlotte Milligan (1864-1916) Irish

By the short cut to the Rosses: old Donegal air (17/202.2)

Fox, Oscar Julius (1879-1961) American

My heart is a silent violin: song (17/202.3)

Franz, Robert (1815-1892) German

In the hedge a rose is blooming (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut) Op. 26 no. 2 (17/205-4)

Thirty songs (09/073-1)

Fraser-Simson, Harold (1878-1944) English

Christopher Robin is saying his prayers (Vespers): song (17/205.5)

Fourteen songs from 'When we were very young' (09/075)

Love will find a way {from The Maid of the Mountains} (16/020( 1) [3])

The Maid of the Mountains: musical play (07/010-2)

Our Peg: musical play (07/010)

A Southern Maid: musical play (07/010-3)

The street singer {from Heart's Desire} (16/020(12) [1])

French, Percy (1854-1920) Irish

The mountains of Mourne: song (17/206 : 2 copies)

Phil the fluter's ball: song (17/206-2)

Friml, Rudolf (1879-1972) Czech-American

Indian love call {from Rose Marie} (17/207-1 : 2 copies)

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}: voc. duet [sop. & ten. or mez. & bar.] (18/059)

Only a rose {from The Vagabond King} (17/207-2)

Rose Marie (a romance of the Canadian Rockies): musical play (07/011 : 3 copies)

Gabriel, Virginia (1825-1877) English

Cleansing fires: song (10/045-5[ 5])

Gade, Niels W. (1817-1890) Danish

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

Psyche Op. 60: dram. poem for soli, chor. & orch. (01/040-2 : 2 copies)

Spring's message Op. 35: cantata (01/040-3)

Galloway, Tod (1863-1935) American

The whiffenpoof song (Baa! Baa! Baa!) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/404)

Gardiner, H. Balfour (1877-1950) English

News from Whydah: ballad (01/042)

Gardner, John (1917- English

Fight the good fight with all thy might: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (02/046(5))

Nearer, my God, to Thee: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (02/046(3))

Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (02/046(2))

Garner, Erroll Louis (1921-1977) American

Misty (17/208-1)

Gartlan, George H. (1882-1963)

The lilac tree (Perspicacity) (17/209 : 4 copies)

Gatty, Alfred Scott (1847-1918) English

O fair dove! O fond dove!: song (10/045-4[16])

A sneezing song (17/210-3)

Gaul, Alfred Rober (1837-1913) English

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

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

Gay, John (1685-1732) English

The Beggar's Opera (Boosey & Hawkes : 07/012-1 : 3 copies)

The Beggar's Opera (07/012-1.5 : 3 copies)

Gay, Noel [=Reginald Moxon Armitage] (1898-1954) English

The Fleet's in port again {from O-Kay for Sound} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/211-1)

Lambeth walk {from Me and My Girl} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/211-2)

My thanks to you (17/211-4)

Run, rabbit, - run! {The Little Dog Laughed}: with war-time parody choruses (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/211-3)

You've done something to my heart (17/211-5)

Geehl, Henry E. (1881-1961) English

For you alone: song w. violin accomp. ad lib. (set: 17/212 : 3 copies)

Gelineau, Joseph (1920- French

Twenty-four psalms and a canticle: accomp. & 4-part vocal harmonies (words in full) (02/048 (a))

Twenty-four psalms and a canticle, arranged for singing (rev. ed.) (02/048 (b))

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

Bird of blue: song (17/214- 9)

Cupid at the ferry: song (16/050-4 [29])

Daffodils a'blowing: song (16/050-4 [27])

Daffodils a-blowing: song (17/214- 8)

Dream o' day Jill {from Tom Jones}: song (17/214-10)

The English rose {from Merrie England}: song (17/214- 1 : 2 copies)

Four jolly sailormen {from A Princess in Kensington}: song (17/214-11 : 2 copies)

Glorious Devon!: song (17/214- 2 : 6 copies)

In England, Merrie England {from Merrie England}: quartet (18/061-1)

The Just So song book (09/077)

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: song (17/214- 6)

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

Love the pedlar: [song] (16/050-4 [22])

Merrie England: new and original comic opera (07/013-1 : 3 copies)

Merrie England: (concert ed.) (07/013-1.1 : 2 copies)

Merrie England: comic opera (libr.: 03/045)

O peaceful England {from Merrie England}: song (17/214- 3)

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

Tom Jones: [operetta] (07/013-2)

Waltz song {from Tom Jones} (17/214- 4)

Who'll buy my lavender?: song (17/214- 7)

The Yeomen of England {from Merrie England}: song (17/214- 5 : 3 copies)

Gerrard, Angela

My heart has gone rolling away: song (17/215)

Gershwin, George (1898-1937) American

Porgy and Bess: opera (06/018)

Swanee {from Jig-Saw}: voc. one-step (17/216-1)

They all laughed {from Shall we Dance?} (17/216-2)

Gibbons, Carroll (1903-1954) American

A garden in the rain: song (17/218)

Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong (1889-1960) English

As I lay in the early sun (17/219-3)

La belle dame sans merci: cantata (01/043 : 3 copies)

Five eyes Op. 9 No. 3: song with piano (17/219-9)

For remembrance (17/219-4)

In the Highlands (17/219-1)

Nightfall (17/219-5 : 2 copies)

Silver Op. 30 No. 2 (17/219-7)

A song of shadows Op. 9 No. 5 (17/219-8)

This is a sacred city (By a bier-side) (17/219-6 : 2 copies)

To one who passed whistling through the night (17/219-2)

Gideon, Melville (1884-1933) American

Then I know that I'm home (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/219.5)

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

Just for a night {from Katja} (16/020( 3) [1])

Land of mine {from The Lady of the Rose} (16/020( 1) [4])

Gilder, Eric (1911-2000) English

La contadina (The little peasant girl) (17/220 : 2 copies)

Gleeson, Horace (1878-1959) Australian

God bless you, my friend: song (17/221.2)

Glinka, Mikhail (1804-1857) Russian

The midnight review: song (17/221.3)

Glover, Charles William (1806-1863) English

The Rose of Tralee: song (p solo, violin & cello ad lib. ) (Banks : set: 17/221.5-1 (a))

The Rose of Tralee (Walsh, Holmes : p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/221.5-1 (b))

The Rose of Tralee: song (Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : 17/221.5-1 (c))

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

Glover, Stephen (1813-1870) English

The blind girl to her harp: song (16/050-4 [14])

Over the hawthorn hedge: duet (copy-a cover: for 2 sop.) (18/063-2 : 2 copies)

Tell us, O tell us: voc. duet (18/063-2)

Gluck, Christoph von (1714-1787) German

Orpheus: opera in 3 acts (Weekes : 06/019 (b))

Act 2 from Orpheus: opera in 3 acts (Weekes : 06/019(2) (a))

Glynne, Trevor

The voice of the Shepherd: sacred song (17/222.1)

Goatley, Alma (1889-1968)

Can't remember: song (17/222.15)

Can't remember: song (10/045-6[3])

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

Who were you with last night? (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/222.3 : 2 copies)

Goodeve, Arthur (Mrs) English

Fiddle and I: song w. violin accomp. ad lib. (set: 17/222.5 : 2 copies)

Goosens, Eugène (1893-1962) English

Searching for lambs: Old English folk tune (10/055[6])

Silence: choral fagment (01/044)

Gordon, Sheridan English

A fat li'l' feller wid his mammy's eyes: song (10/045-8.2[14])

Gorney, Jay (1894-1990) American

Brother, can you spare a dime? (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/223-1)

Gounod, Charles (1818-1893) French

Ave Maria (Spirit Eternal) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/224-4)

The celebrated waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} (16/020( 3) [2])

Cross of Calvary (Ave Maria!) (17/224-6)

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

Entreat me not to leave thee: song of Ruth (17/224-7 : 2 copies)

Faust: complete book of lyrics ... and four gems from the opera (09/079-1)

Faust: opera selection for concert performance (09/079-3)

Faust: operatic selection (09/079-2)

Faust: concert selection (sol-fa only: 44/025-1)

Forever with the Lord! (17/225-1)

The guardian angel: song (17/225-2)

If thou art sleeping, maiden, awake!: song (10/045-9[18])

The jewel song {from Faust} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/225-3 : 2 copies)

The King of love my Shepherd Is: sacred song (17/225-4 : 4 copies)

Nazareth: sacred song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/225-8)

Nazareth ('Though poor be the chamber'): anthem for bar. solo & chor. (02/050-2)

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena (17/226-2 (d) (e) : 2 copies)

O divine Redeemer: voc. duet for sop. & contr. (Cramer : 18/067-2)

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena (17/226-2 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies)

The Redemption: sacred trilogy (08/024-2 : 3 copies)

There is a green hill far away: sacred song (17/226-5 : 2 copies)

Valse song {from Romeo and Juliet} (17/226-6)

Watching and praying: song, with v. obbl. ad lib. (10/045-5[ 6])

When thou singest (Quand tu chantes) (17/226-9)

Gover, Gerald (1914- English

I see His Blood upon the rose: song (17/228)

Graham-Dixon, Michael English

Now is the time for Christmas: carol for unison v. (17/229.1)

Grain, Richard Corney (1844-1895) English

De ole umbrella: plantation song (17/229)

Grainer, Ron (1922-1981) Australian

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

Grant, Douglas

Old Barty: song (17/229.7)

Graun, Johann Gottlieb (1703-1771) German

The Passion of our Lord (Der Tod Jesu): [oratorio] (08/025)

Gray, Hamilton

A dream of Paradise: song [w. violin & cello obbl.] (set: 17/230-1)

A dream of Paradise: [song] (16/050-5 [37])

The heavenly song: with harmon. acc. ad lib. (17/230-2)

Green, Gerald

The Rose of Tralee: p solo or song, w. violin ad lib. (17/232.3)

Green, Philip (1910-1982) English

The story of the sparrows: song (17/232.5 : 2 copies)

Greenberg, Abner (1889-1959) American

C'est vous (It's you): voc. waltz (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/233)

Greene, Edwin

Sing me to sleep (Sing mir dein Lied): song (16/050-5 [30])

Gretchaninoff, Alexander (1864-1956) Russian

The little green house (17/232-3)

Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907) Norwegian

I love you (17/234-1 (d))

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1 (Edwin Ashdown : 17/234-3 (a) (b) (f) : 3 copies)

Solveig's song (Walsh, Holmes : 17/234-3 (d) (e) : 2 copies)

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

Grimshaw, Arthur E

The songs my mother sang: a 'come-all-ye' (17/237.2)

Grossmith, George (1847-1912) English

See me dance the polka: humorous song (17/237.5)

Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937) English

Five Elizabethan songs (voc. sc.: 09/082)

I will go with my father a-ploughing (17/239-1)

Sleep (17/239-2)

Spring (17/239-3)

Tears [ie "Weep you no more sad fountains"]: [song] (10/089[14])

Hadow, W. H. (1859-1937) English

First album of five songs (09/083(1))

Hageman, Richard (1882-1966) Dutch-American

At the well (17/241-2)

Christ went up into the hills: song (17/241-1)

Do not go, my love: [song] (17/241-4)

Music I heard with you (17/241-3)

Hairston, Jester (1901-2000) American

Mary's boy child: spiritual (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/245 : 2 copies)

Hall, Lincoln G

The voice in the cathedral: song (17/246)

Hamblen, Bernard

Beside still waters: song (17/247-1)

Cast thy burden: sacred song (17/247-2 : 2 copies)

From day to day: sacred song (17/247-5)

His haven: sacred song (17/247-3)

O, Light of all the World: sacred song (17/247-4)

Hambourg, Mark (1879-1960) Anglo-Russian

Light the lights! (17/247.5)

Hamlisch, Marvin Frederick (1944- American

A chorus line: vocal selections [10 numbers] (09/020.5)

Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759) German-British

Acis and Galatea: serenata [for SATB soli & chor.] (08/027-1 : 3 copies)

Acis and Galatea: serenata [for SATB soli & chor.] (sol-fa only: 44/027-3)

Alexander's feast: ode [for STB soli & SATB] (08/027-2 : 2 copies)

L'Allegro, il pensieroso ed il moderato (08/028-1)

Art thou troubled? {from Rodelinda} (17/250-4 : 3 copies)

As when the dove {from Acis and Galatea}: song for sop. v. (Novello : 17/252- 9)

Belshazzar: oratorio (Novello, Ewer : 08/027-2.5 (b))

Belshazzar: oratorio (Novello : 08/027-2.5 (a))

Breathe soft ye winds: [song] (17/252-12)

Come live with me {from Semele} (17/250-7)

Come live with me {from Semele} (17/252-14)

Come, ever smiling liberty {from Judas Maccabaeus} (17/252-11)

Dettingen 'Te Deum': [for SSATB soli, SATB chor. & orch.] (02/052-4 (a))

Dettingen Te Deum (1743): for S[S]ATB soli, SATB [chor.] & orch. (02/052-4 (b))

Dry those unavailing tears {from Belshazaar} (17/252-5)

Enjoy the sweet Elysian grove {from Alceste}: [song] (17/252-16)

Foundling hospital anthem (Blessed are they that consider the poor): for 2 solo v. (sop./ten. & contr./bar.), chor., strings & 2 oboes (02/052-5)

Handel Festival (Crystal Palace 1880) - the selection (08/027[2])

Handel's oratorio songs: 55 songs (08/027[1])

Handel's oratorio songs: 55 songs (09/087-3 : 2 copies)

He shall feed his flock {from The Messiah}: air (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/252-7)

Hear me, ye winds and waves! {from Scipio}: inc. recit. From the rage of the tempest {from Julius Caesar} (17/250-8 : 2 copies)

How beautiful are the feet {from The Messiah} (org. + voc. sc.: 02/052-3)

How green our fertile pastures look {from Solomon}: [sop. aria inc. recit. Gold now is common] (17/251-9)

Israel in Egypt: sacred oratorio [for SSATBB soli, SATB & orch.] (Novello, Ewer : 08/027-3.2 : 3 copies)

Israel in Egypt: sacred oratorio for SSATBB soli, SATB & orch. (Novello : 08/027-3 : 3 copies)

Israel in Egypt: oratorio [for SSATBB soli, SATB & orch.] (Hart : 08/027-3.1)

Jephtha: oratorio (Novello, Ewer : 08/027-4 : 3 copies)

Joshua: oratorio (08/027-4.5)

Judas Maccabaeus: oratorio (Novello : 08/027-5 : 5 copies)

Judas Maccabaeus (Kalmus : 08/027-5.1)

Judas Maccabaeus: sacred oratorio (Boosey & Sons : 28/075[2])

Judas Maccabaeus [pocket ed.]: oratorio (Novello : 08/027-5[p])

The King shall rejoice: Coronation anthem for King George II, 1727 (02/052-1.1)

The King shall rejoice: Coronation anthem (02/052-1 : 3 copies)

Love in her eyes sits playing [recit.& air] {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Lo! Here my Love (17/251-1)

The Messiah: oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (Pitman, Hart : 08/027-6.1 : 2 copies)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio (Boosey & Sons : 28/075[1])

The Messiah: [oratorio for SATB soli & chor.] (Bayley & Ferguson : 08/027-6.5)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (Novello : 08/027-6.4 : 2 copies)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio for SATB soli & chor. (Novello : voc. sc.: 08/027-6.6)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (Novello : 08/027-6.2 : 2 copies)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (pocket ed.) (Novello : 08/027-6[p] : 2 copies)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio [for soli, chor. & orch.] - choruses only (Novello : 08/027-6.3)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio (Curwen : sol-fa only: 44/027-2 (d))

The Messiah: sacred oratorio (Novello : sol-fa only: 44/027-2 (a-c) : 3 copies)

My heart is inditing of a good matter (HWV 261): Coronation anthem for King George II, 1727 (02/052-6)

O lovely peace: duet {from Judas Maccabaeus} (18/069)

O praise the Lord with one consent: sixth Chandos anthem (02/052-2)

O ruddier than the cherry {from Acis & Galatea}: inc. recit. I Rage, I Rage (17/251-2)

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele} (17/251-4 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}: song for sop. v. (Novello : 17/251-4 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

Ombra mai fù (O royal tree): recit. & aria (sop./mez. & ten./bar.) (17/252-6)

Orpheus' self may heave his head {from L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato, part 2} (17/251-5)

The Passion of Christ: for soloists (SSAATTTBB), mixed chor. & orch. (or org.) (08/027-7 : 2 copies)

Rest (17/251-6)

Samson: oratorio (Novello, Ewer : 08/027-7.5 : 3 copies)

Samson: oratorio (abridged) (Paterson : p. voc. + sol-fa: 08/027-7.51)

Samson: [oratorio] (sol-fa only: 44/027-1)

Saul: oratorio for SATB soli, SATB [chor.] & orch. (Novello : 08/027-7.8)

Secular solos: soprano: [7 songs] (11/009-2)

Semele: secular oratorio (08/027-8 : 3 copies)

Silent worship (from Tolomeo} (17/252-8 : 2 copies)

Solomon: oratorio (Alfred Novello : 08/027-9 (a))

Solomon: oratorio (Paterson : 08/027-9 (d))

Solomon: oratorio (abridged) (Novello : 08/027-9 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

[Songs by Handel] (08/027)

Sweet one and twenty {from Floridante} (17/252-15)

To God sing praise {from 6th Chandos Anthem}: ten. solo (17/251-8)

Twelve songs from the Oratorios: soprano (11/009-3)

Twelve songs for a tenor voice from the Oratorios (13/043 : 2 copies)

Twelve songs from the Oratorios. Baritone or bass (14/038)

War is toil and trouble {from Alexander's Feast} (17/252-1)

What's sweeter than a new-blown rose? {from Joseph} (17/252-13)

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} (17/252-2 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} (17/252-2 (e))

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: air for tenor (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/252-3)

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} (17/252-2 (a) (b) (f) : 3 copies)

Hanmer, Ronald (1917-1994) English

Viva Mexico! The music of Latin America: comedy musical in 3 acts (07/013.4 : 2 copies)

Viva Mexico!: comedy musical [based on the music of Latin America] (libr.: 03/060)

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

Guy d' Hardelot album, vol. 1: [8 songs] (09/089(1))

I know a lovely garden: song (17/254-2)

Wait!: song (17/254-3)

Harding, Phyllis

Come my sweet pretty maid (17/255)

Hargreaves, Reginald English

Cakes and good ale: song (17/255.5)

Hargreaves, William English

Burlington Bertie from Bow (17/256-1)

Harrington, Cecil

The bells of England: song (17/256.5)

Harris, Charles Kassel (1867-1930) American

After the ball (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/256.7 : 2 copies)

Break the news to Mother: descriptive ballad (16/050-4 [ 4])

Harris, Cuthbert (1870-1932) English

Give thanks and sing: sacred song (17/257)

Harris, S. Taylor

Six sea shanties (09/090)

Hartmann, Christian

The haven of your heart (17/258)

Harty, Hamilton (1879-1941) Irish

Come, O come, my Life's delight (17/259-3)

A lullaby {from Six songs of Ireland} (17/259)

The mystic trumpeter: for bar. solo, chor. & orch. (01/048 : 2 copies)

The ould lad {from Songs of the Glens of Antrim} (17/259-2)

Harvey, Sheena A.

My dear, remember (Until we part for aye): song (17/259.5)

Hatton, John L. (1809-1886) English

He that hath a pleasant face: 4-part song (05/006)

The lark now leaves his wat'ry nest: serenade (16/050-5 [ 1])

Simon the Cellarer (17/260-1)

To Anthea (17/260-2)

When lovers say 'Good night': serenade (16/050-3 [22])

Hawley, Charles B. (d. 1915) American

The sweetest flower that blows: song (17/262 : 2 copies)

Hawthorne, Alice [=Septimus Winner] (1827-1902) American

Whispering hope: song (Edwin Ashdown : 17/263 (a))

Whispering hope (Fentone : p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/263 (b))

Whispering hope: voc. duet (SC) (18/071)

Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) German-Austrian

The Creation: oratorio [for STB soli, chor. & orch.] (Novello : 08/029-1 : 3 copies)

The Creation: oratorio [for STB soli, chor. & orch.] (pocket ed.) (Novello : 08/029-1.1 : 3 copies)

The Creation: oratorio [for STB soli, chor. & orch.] (Pitman, Hart : 08/029-1.22 : 2 copies)

The Creation: [oratorio for STB soli, chor. & orch.] (OUP : 08/029-1.2 : 3 copies)

My mother bids me bind her hair (17/264-5)

Now heav'n in fullest glory shone {from Creation}: bass air, w. recit. And God said, Let the earth bring forth + Straight opening her fertile womb (17/264-4)

The Passion: oratorio (08/029-3)

The seasons: oratorio (Novello, Ewer : 08/029-6 : 4 copies)

The seasons. Spring: oratorio (08/029-6.1 : 2 copies)

The seasons. Summer: oratorio (08/029-6.2)

The Seven Last Words of Christ: sacred cantata [for SATB & mixed chor.] (01/049 : 2 copies)

She never told her love (Stainer & Bell : 17/264-1 (c))

She never told her love (17/264-1 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

The spirit song (17/264-3)

With verdure clad {from Creation} (17/264-2)

Haynes, Battison (1859-1900) English

Off to Philadelphia: song (17/265-1)

Head, Michael (1900-1976) English

A blackbird singing: sacred song (17/266-10 : 2 copies)

The fairy tailor: song (17/266-2)

A green cornfield: song (17/266- 8 : 2 copies)

The little road to Bethlehem: song (17/266-3 : 5 copies)

Money, O! {from Songs of the Countryside} (17/266-7)

The singer (17/266-4 : 2 copies)

Star candles: [song] (17/266- 9)

Sweet chance that led my steps abroad {from Songs of the Countryside} (17/266-5 : 2 copies)

When sweet Ann sings: song (17/266-6 : 4 copies)

Hely-Hutchinson, Victor (1901-1947) English

Dream song (17/267-2 : 2 copies)

The old soldier (17/267)

Hemery, Valentine

The little blue sun bonnet (17/268)

Henderson, W. A.

A farewell (17/270-2)

I dream'd I lay where flowers were springing (17/270-3)

Invocation (a prayer for Mary) (17/270-1)

Hendrickson, W. D.

The Spanish cavalier (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/272[3])

Henley, Peter J.

Deep in the quiet forest (17/280)

Henman, Geoffrey (1896-19??) English

The songs of love: song (17/281)

Thesweetest time of the year: song (17/281-2)

Henschel, George (1850-1934) Anglo-German

The Lamb: unison song (02/056)

The lamb (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/283-6)

O were I on Parnassus' Hill: song (17/283-2)

Spring (17/283-5)

Young Dietrich Op. 45: ballad (17/283-3)

Henze, Hans Werner (1926- German

The Bassarids: opera seria (libr.: 03/065)

Herbert, Victor (1859-1924) Irish-American

Ah! sweet mystery of life (The dream melody): song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/283.2-2)

Gypsy love song (Slumber on … ) {from The Fortune Teller}: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/283.2-1)

Sweethearts: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/283.2-3)

Herman, Jerry (1931- American

Hello, Dolly! {from Hello, Dolly!} (17/283.5-1)

Heron-Maxwell, Kathleen

Smiles: song (17/284)

Herrmann, Bernard (1911-1975) American

Wuthering Heights: opera (06/022)

Hessey, J. L. English

The fairy match girl: choral scene for ladies' v. (07/013.5)

Heuberger, Richard (1850-1914) Austrian

Im chambre separée {from Der Opernball}: song (SA/TB) (18/073)

Hickey, Vivian

Ecstasy: song (17/284.7-2)

Third mate: song (17/284.7)

Hiller, Ferdinand (1811-1885) German

A song of victory Op. 151: for sop. solo, chor. & orch. (01/049.5)

Hilliam, Bentley Collingwood (1890-1968) English

Ladies of Leamington (17/285)

Hocking, Hetty English

The bulls won't bellow: song (17/285.7)

Hollaender, Friedrich (1896-1976) German

Falling in love again (17/286)

Holst, Gustav (1874-1934) English

Choral hymns from the Rig Veda Op. 26. 1st Group (01/051-1(1))

  1. Battle hymn 2. Hymn to the unknown god 3. Funeral hymn

Choral hymns from the Rig Veda Op. 26. 4th Group: 4 hymns for male v. (01/051-1(4))

The Coming of Christ: mystery play [cantata] (01/051-2)

The heart worships (17/287-1 : 2 copies)

The hymn of Jesus Op. 37 (01/051-3)

The hymn of Jesus Op. 37: for 2 chor., semi-chor. & full orch. (02/060-1)

I vow to thee, my Country: unison song (02/060-2 : 3 copies)

Now in these fairylands: song (17/287-3)

Ode to Death Op. 38: cantata (01/051-4)

Psalm 86 {from two Psalms}: for chor., str. orch. & org. (02/060-3(1))

The sergeant's song (1803) (17/287-4)

Turn back, O Man (02/060-4 : 4 copies)

Homer, Sidney (1864-1953) American

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4 (17/288-1 (b))

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4 (17/288-1 (a))

Requiem: song (17/288-3 : 2 copies)

Requiem: song (10/088[ 5])

Requiem: song (10/045-6[4])

Sheep and lambs: song (17/288-2 : 2 copies)

Hook, James (1746-1827) English

Within a mile of Edinburgh town: popular song (16/050-4 [ 3])

Hopkins, Antony (1921- English

Early one morning: cantata for mez.-sop. solo, male speaker, fem. chor. & orch. (01/051.5)

Horn, Charles Edward (1786-1849) English-American

The banks of Allan Water (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-1[28])

Cherry ripe (17/288.7)

Cherry ripe (17/501-6)

I know a bank: voc. duet (18/075-1)

The singing lesson: clebrated duet by Fioravante (18/075-2)

Howells, Herbert (1892-1982) English

King David (17/289.5)

King of Glory: motet for choir (SATB) & organ (05/007)

Hughes, Herbert (1882-1937) N. Irish

I know my love {from Irish Country Songs} (17/290-1)

I know where I'm going {from Irish Country Songs} (17/290-2 : 3 copies)

Irish country songs, vol. 1 (09/091-1(1))

The leprehaun {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 3} (17/290-4)

Rhymes set to music, vol. 1: studies in imitation [10 nursery rhymes] (09/091-2(1))

Rhymes set to music, vol. 2: studies in imitation [7 nursery rhymes] (09/091-2(2))

She moved thro' the fair {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 1} (17/290-3)

Hughes, Patrick ('Spike') (1908-19??) English

I tell thee, Charmion (17/291)

Huhn, Bruno (1871-1950) English

Courage: song (17/292-2)

Invictus: song (17/292-1 : 3 copies)

Hume, Alexander (1811-1859) Scottish

Afton Water (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-1[21])

Humperdinck, Engelbert (1854-1921) German

Hansel and Gretel: opera (06/023)

Hyland, Cyril

A windy day: song (17/293.7)

Ireland, John (1879-1962) English

Hawthorn time: [song] (10/089[11])

Her song (17/294-1)

The Holy Boy: song (17/294-2 : 2 copies)

Hope the hornblower: song (17/294-9)

I have twelve oxen (Boosey & Hawkes : 17/294-3 (a))

I have twelve oxen (Winthrop Rogers : 17/294-3 (b))

I have twelve oxen (10/089[10])

If there were dreams to Sell (17/294-4 : 3 copies)

The merry month of May: [song] (10/089[12])

Remember (17/294-5)

Sea fever: song (10/087[10])

Sea fever: song (17/294-6 : 2 copies)

The soldier (17/294-7)

Spring sorrow (17/294-10 (a))

These things shall be: cantata [for ten./bar. & chor.] (01/038[3] : 3 copies)

These things shall be: for bar. (or ten.) solo, chor. & orch. (01/053 : 3 copies)

When lights go rolling round the sky: song (10/087[ 9])

When lights go rolling round the sky: song (17/294-8)

Ivimey, Ella

Invitation to Ranelagh (rondeau): song (17/295)

Still the lark finds repose: song (17/295-2)

Jacob, Gordon (1895-1984) English

Three songs of innocence, No. 1: The Lamb (09/093[1])

[Three songs of innocence, Nos. 1 & 2] (09/093)

Three songs of innocence, No. 2: The Shepherd (09/093[2])

Jacobs-Bond, Carrie (1862-1946) American

Just a-wearyin' for you {from Seven Songs} (17/296-1 : 2 copies)

Just a-wearyin' for you: voc. duet (18/079-2)

A perfect day: voc. duet [contr. or mez. & bar.] (18/079 (b))

A perfect day: voc. duet [sop. & ten] (18/079 (a))

A perfect day: 'cello obbl. (Frederick Harris : set: 17/296-2 (a))

Jacobson, Maurice (1896-1976) English

The Roman road (17/296.5)

Jacques, Reginald (1894-1969) English

Carols for choirs, 1: fifty Christmas carols (OUP : 02/204(1) : 2 copies)

Jakobowski, E. (1769-1800)

Lullaby {from Erminie} (16/020(12) [2])

James, Ifor (1931-2004) English

Scottish lament: for alto & horn (17/296.7 : 3 copies)

James, William G. (1895-1977) Australian

The radiant morn: sacred song w. organ obblig. (ad lib.) (17/297-2)

The stock-rider's song {from Six Australian Bush Songs} (17/297-4(6))

Summer rain: song (17/297-1)

A Warwickshire wooing: song (17/297-3)

Jamouneau, Arthur J.

Glory to Thee, my God: hymn anthem (org. + voc. sc.: 02/070-1)

I was glad: anthem for general use (org. + voc. sc.: 02/070-2)

Järnefelt, Armas (1869-1958) Finnish-Swedish

Cradle song (Berceuse) (17/298)

Jefferies, Stanton (1896-?)

Heart of mine (17/298.5-5)

I sing of love (17/298.5-2)

My love will go a'winding (17/298.5-4)

Spring morning with you: song (17/298.5-3)

Two hearts in Summertime: song (17/298.5-1)

Jefferys, Charles (1807-1865) English

Katty darling (16/050-1[68])

Jenkins, David

He giveth his beloved sleep: song (17/298.9)

Jobim, Antônio Carlos (1927-1994) Brazilian

The girl from Ipanema (Garôta de Ipanema) (17/299.2)

Johns, Clayton (1857-1932) American

I cannot help loving thee: song (17/299.5)

Johnson, Noel

Good night, pretty stars: song (10/045-9[13])

A thought: song (17/300)

Johnston, Lyell English

Because I were shy {from Three Northern County Folk Songs} (17/300.5(2) : 2 copies)

Johnstone, Maurice (1900-1976) English

So are you to my thoughts (17/301)

Jones, Isham (1894-1956) American

It had to be you (17/302)

Jones, Mai

We'll keep a welcome (17/303-2)

Jones, Robert (c. 1577-1617) English

The muses' garden for delights (1610): [12 songs] (10/089[ 3])

Jones, Sidney (1861-1946) English

The Geisha (A story of a tea house): Japanese musical play in 2 acts (07/014 : 3 copies)

San Toy, or The Emperor's Own: Chinese musical comedy (07/014-2)

Jordan, Julian (1850-1927) American

The song that reached my heart (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/305)

Jordan, Robert M

English country garden (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/305.2)

Jude, William Herbert (1851-1892) English

Comrades still: song (17/306-5)

Consecration (Take my life, and let it be) (17/306)

The mighty deep: bass song (17/306-2)

Rock of ages: sacred song (16/050-4 [35])

The skipper: song (17/306-3)

The tar's lass: song (17/306-4)

Judge, John 'Jack' (1872-1938) English

It's a Long Way to Tipperary (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/307)

Kahn, Percy B. (1880-1966) English

Until the dawn: song (17/308-2)

Where the wild-fowl call: song (17/308)

Kálmán, Emmerich (1882-1953) Czech

The Gipsy princess: operetta (07/015)

Play, gipsy, play! {from Maritza} (17/309)

Kander, John Harold (1927- American

Cabaret: vocal selection (09/099-1)

Cabaret {from Cabaret} (17/310)

Chicago: vocal selection (09/099-2)

Kane, Peter

The Rose of Tralee: valse [song] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/311)

Keats, Horace (1895-1945) Australian

Goneril's lullaby (17/311.5)

Keel, Frederick (1871-1954) English

The rose and the nightingale: song (17/312)

Three salt-water ballads, 1st set (09/099(1))

  1. Port of many ships 2. Trade winds 3. Mother Carey

To-morrow: song (17/312-2)

Kellette, John W.

I'm forever blowing bubbles (17/312.5-1)

Kellie, Lawrence

She dwelt among the untrodden ways: song (17/313)

Kennedy, Hamilton

How can you buy Killarney? (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/314.5)

Kennedy, Harry (c.1805-1894) American

Cradle's empty, baby's gone: [song and chorus (SATB)] (16/050-1[16])

Kennedy, Jimmy (1902-1984) N. Irish

Old mammy mine (17/315-1)

South of the Border (Down Mexico way): Tommies' theme song (17/315-2)

Kennedy, Ken

Twilight: song (17/315.5)

Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory (1857-1930) Scottish

Land o' heart's desire {from Songs of the Hebrides} (17/316-10)

Kent, Edward English

Having it out: humorous monologue (17/316.5)

Kent, Walter

The white cliffs of Dover (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/317)

Kerker, Gustave (1857-1923) German-American

The Belle of New York: musical comedy (07/015.5)

Kern, Jerome (1885-1945) American

Bill {from Show Boat} (17/318-1)

The folks who live on the hill (17/318-7)

A funny old house: song (17/318-5)

I still suits me {from Show Boat film} (17/318-2)

Ol' Man River {from Show Boat} (17/318-3)

Pick yourself up {from Swing Time} (17/318-4)

Second Jerome Kern album: [6 songs] (09/101(2))

  1. All the things you are 2. Can I forget you 3. Can't help singing 4. A fine romance 5. I dream too much 6. Long ago

Show Boat: musical play (Chappell : 07/016 : 3 copies)

Show Boat: musical play (Chappell : Special : 2 copies)

Show boat: musical play (libr.: 03/070 : 3 copies)

They didn't believe me {from That Midnigth Kiss, film}: song (17/318-6)

The way you look tonight (p. voc. + sol-fa: 18/079.2)

Ketèlbey, Albert William (1875-1959) English

In a monastery garden: arr. as a male-voice quartet by the composer (18/079.5)

My star of love: song (17/319-2)

Sanctuary of the heart: song (w. choir ad lib.) (17/319)

Knapp, Mrs. Joseph F.

Open the gates of the Temple: song (17/320)

Kneass. Nelson (1823-1868) American

Ben Bolt: ballad (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/320.5)

Knight, Richard (20th c.) English

The coming of a dream: duet for female voices (18/080)

Koven, Reginald de (1859-1920) American

Oh, promise me!: romanza [melodie] (16/050-5 [21])

The owl and the pussy cat Op. 49: choral version (TTBB) (18/081)

Kramer, A. Walter (1890-1969) American

The great awakening Op. 45 No. 5: song (17/323)

La Forge, Frank (1879-1953) American

In pride of May: song (17/325)

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

Bless 'em all (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/326-1)

Lambert, Constant (1905-1951) English

The Rio Grande: cantata [for chor. w. solo piano] (01/054 (a)-(c) : 3 copies)

Lambert, Frank (d. 1928) English

God's garden: sacred song (17/328 : 3 copies)

Lane, Gerald English

Carmencita: song (10/045-6[13])

A song of flowers: song (16/050-4 [30])

Lang, Agnes Mary

Two Eastern songs (09/105 : 2 copies)

  1. Before the dawn 2. Salaam

Lawes, Henry (1596-1662) English

Six songs (09/107)

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

Lawson, Malcolm (b.1849) Scottish

Brown-haired maiden {from Songs of the North} (17/331- 9)

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

Le Brunn, George

Remember me to Mother dear! (17/333)

Le Fleming, Christopher (1908-1985) English

If it's ever Spring again: for med. v. & p. (17/333.2)

Lecuona, Ernesto (1895-1963) Cuban

Always in my heart (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/333.5)

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

Macgregor's gathering (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-1[26])

Lehár, Franz (1870-1948) Hungarian

Anneliese Rothenberger's favourite sop. arias: [7 pieces] (11/013 : 2 copies)

Farewell, my love, farewell {from Frasquita} (16/020( 4) [2])

Gipsy love: operetta (Glocken : 07/018-1.1)

Gipsy love: new musical play (Chappell : 07/018-1 : 2 copies)

Girls were made to love and kiss {from Paganini} (17/335-6)

I love you so {from The Merry Widow} (17/335-4)

The Land of Smiles: musical play (07/018-3)

The Merry Widow: [operetta] (Glocken : 07/018-2.1 : 4 copies)

The Merry Widow: musical play (Chappell : 07/018-2)

The Merry Widow: [Sadler's Wells production] (Glocken : 07/018-2.2 : 2 copies)

The merry widow: operetta (libr.: 03/075 : 4 copies)

Oh maiden, my maiden {from Frederica} (17/335-1)

Songs from 'The Czarevitch': [7 songs] (09/109)

Vilia {from The Merry Widow}: song (17/335-5)

The white dove {from The Rogue Song}: song (17/335-2 : 2 copies)

You are my heart's delight {from The Land of Smiles} (17/335-3 : 3 copies)

Lehmann, Amelia (1830-1908) English

The violet and the rose {from A la Watteau}: song (17/337-1)

When love is kind: old melody (16/050-5 [12])

When love is kind: old melody (17/337-2)

Lehmann, Liza (1862-1918) English

Ah, moon of my delight {from In a Persian Garden} (17/336-10)

At love's beginning: duet for sop. & bar. (18/085 : 3 copies)

Bird songs: [5 songs] (09/111-2 : 2 copies)

The cuckoo {from More Daisies} (17/336-1)

Evensong (Fold your white wings...) (17/336-2)

Good morning, Brother Sunshine: song (17/336-3 : 2 copies)

If no-one ever marries me {from The Daisy Chain}: [song of childhood] (17/336-4)

The life of a rose: seven short songs (09/111)

Magdalen at Michael's Gate: song (17/336-5 : 3 copies)

More daisies: new songs of childhood for 4 solo voices (SCTBar/B) (10/045-8.4[3])

  12 'encore songs for The Daisy Chain'

Myself when young {from In a Persian Garden} (17/336-6 : 2 copies)

Oh tell me, nightingale (17/336-7)

There are fairies at the bottom of our garden: song (17/336-9)

Two seal songs (17/336-8)

Leighton, Kenneth (1929-1988) English

An Easter sequence: for boys' or female v. & organ w. opt. trumpet (02/073)

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

Moonlight and roses (17/338-1 : 2 copies)

Leonard, Conrad (1898-2003)

I'm in love with a song (17/339.5)

Leoni, Franco (1864-1949?) Italian

The lark: song (10/045-5[14])

Too late: rondeau (10/045-5[13])

When he comes home: song (17/341)

Leslie, Henry David (1822-1896) English

Annabelle Lee: song (17/342)

Leslie, Henry T. English

The four jolly smiths: right jovial song (17/342.5)

Leslie-Smith, Kenneth (d. 1993) English

One love for ever (17/343)

Lewis, F W

The Princess of Lochlann: legend for mixed choir, bar. & sop. soli (01/054.8)

Lewis, Sidney

Roses remind me of you: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/343.5)

Ley, Henry (1887-1962) English

Savernake, or The Professor's Dilemma: fairy play (07/019)

Liddle, Samuel (1867-1951) English

Abide with me: sacred song (16/050-4 [17])

Abide with me: favorite sacred song (Paxton : p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/344-1.1)

Abide with me: sacred song (Boosey : 17/344-1 : 6 copies)

The garden where the praties grow: old Irish melody (17/344-4)

God is our refuge and strength: sacred song (17/344-2)

How lovely are thy dwellings: sacred song (17/344-3 (d) (e) : 2 copies)

How lovely are thy dwellings: sacred song (17/344-3 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies)

Lidgey, Charles Albert (d. 1924) English

A widow bird state mourning: Archy's song (17/344.5)

Lieurance, Thurlow Weed (1878-1963) American

By the waters of Minnetonka: Indian love song (w. violin or flute accomp., ad lib.) (17/345)

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

The Bridge: [song] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-3 [17])

Far away: song (10/045-4[17])

Linley, George (1798-1865) English

Little Nell: song (16/050-5 [ 8])

Linley, William (1771-1835) English

Orpheus with his lute (17/345.5)

Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) Hungarian

Love's dream (Liszt's Liebestraume): [voc.] waltz (17/062)

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

Hold me (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/348)

Livingston, Jay (1915-2001) American

Havin' a wonderful wish (Time you were here) (17/349)

Locknane, Clement English

Ah! Let me dream: song (16/050-4 [23])

Loder, Edward James (1813-1865) English

The diver: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/349.5)

Loeb, John Jacob (1910-1970) American

Masquerade: waltz song (17/350)

Loesser, Frank Henry (1910-1969) American

Guys and dolls: [musical] (07/020-1)

On a slow boat to China (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/350.5-1 : 2 copies)

Wonderful Copenhagen {from Hans Christian Andersen} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/350.5-2)

Loewe, Frederick (1901-1988) Austrian-American

Brigadoon: musical play (07/021-3 : 3 copies)

Brigadoon: musical (libr.: 03/078-1 : 2 copies)

Brigadoon {from Brigadoon} (17/351-2.1 : 2 copies)

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

My fair lady: musical (07/021-1 : 2 copies)

My fair lady: musical (libr.: 03/078-2)

Paint your wagon: musical play (07/021-2)

Thank Heaven for little girls {from Gigi} (17/351-3.1)

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

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

Logan, Felicity (fl. 1928) English

Flowr delice,: carol (01/055.8)

Löhr, Frederic Nicholls (1844-1888) English

Out on the Deep (17/351.5)

Löhr, Hermann Frederic (1872-1944) English

Chorus, gentlemen!: song (17/352- 1)

The day is done: duet (18/087)

Give: sacred song (17/352- 2)

I dream of a garden of sunshine (17/352- 3)

Little grey home in the west: song (17/352- 4 : 2 copies)

The little Irish girl: song (17/352- 5 : 3 copies)

Only one word: song (17/352- 6 : 2 copies)

Roadways: song (17/352- 8)

Temples of the forest: song (17/352- 7)

Two little Irish songs (17/352-10)

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

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song (17/352- 9 : 2 copies)

Longstaffe, Ernest English

Gentlemen, good-night!: song (17/354-4)

Here come the Guards: song (17/354-2)

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

When the sergeant major's on parade: song (17/354-1 : 2 copies)

Where's the sergeant?: song (17/354-3)

Loughborough, Raymond (d. 1967) Irish

By the light of the moon (17/356-1)

The silver swan: song (17/356-3)

A song in the night: song w. violin obbl. (17/356-2)

Lover, Samuel (1797-1868) Anglo-Irish

Barney O'Hea: Irish ballad (16/050-4 [24])

Lowthian, Caroline (19th c.) English

Gates of the West: song (16/050-3 [26])

Gates of the West: song (10/045-4[24])

Lubbock, Mark (1898-1986) English

The whispering poplar: song (17/358)

MacCunn, Hamish (1868-1916) Scottish

Lie there, my lute: song (17/364-3)

MacDowell, Edward (1861-1908) American

Selected songs: [7 songs] (09/117)

To a wild rose Op. 51 No. 1 (17/365 : 2 copies)

Macey, Alan

The flag we love (17/366)

Macfarren, George Alexander (1813-1887) English

St John the Baptist: oratorio (Stanley Lucas, Weber : 08/041)

Mackenzie, Alexander Campbell (1847-1935) Scottish

Gentle dove, thy voice is sad {from Colomba}: vocero (10/045-8.2[2])

MacLellan, Gene (1938-1995) Canadian

Snowbird (17/371.5)

MacMurrough, Dermot

Macushla: song (17/374 : 2 copies)

Malashkin, Leonid Dimitrievich (1842-1902) Russian

Oh, could I but express in song (17/376)

Mallinson, Albert

Song album no. 3: [10 songs] (10/089[19])

Malotte, Albert Hay

Blow me eyes!: song (17/380-1)

The Lord's prayer: musical settng (17/380-2 : 2 copies)

Mareo, Eric (1892-1958) Australian

The face of a friend: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/382-2)

For the sake of you: song (17/382)

Margetson, E. J.

Tommy, lad!: song (10/045-7[7])

Marks, J. Christopher

Now the day is over: sacred song (17/382.5)

Oft we wandered: voc. duet for sop. & bar. (18/093)

Marshall, Charles (1857-1927)

I dream that I hear you singing: song (17/383-1)

I hear you calling me: song (10/045-7[12])

I hear you calling me: song (16/050-3 [ 5])

I hear you calling me: song (17/383-2)

Sympathy: song (17/383-3)

Martin, Easthope (1882-1925) English

The ballad-monger: duet for sop. & bar. in E (18/095-1)

Come to the fair: unison song (17/384-1 (b))

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (17/384-1 (a))

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (duet for 2 med v. ) (18/095-2)

A day at the fair: four songs (09/121-5)

  1. All the fun of the fair 2. Fairlop Friday 3. The last fairing 4. Pack-and-penny day

Everywhere I go {from Four Pastorals}: song (17/384-6)

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair}: duet for high & low v. (18/095-3)

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair} (17/384-2)

Four songs of the fair (09/121-2 : 3 copies)

  1. Fairings 2. Langley Fair 3. Jock the Fiddler 4. The ballad-monger

The Holy Child: Luther's 'Cradle Hymn' (17/384-4 : 2 copies)

An interlude {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (17/384-3)

The light of the sunset glow: song (17/384-5)

Red-letter days: four songs (09/121-4)

  1. St Valentine 2. The first of May 3. The brightest day 4. St Nicholas Day in the morning

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days (10/045-8.1[7])

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days (10/045-8.1[8])

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël) {from Red-letter days}: song (17/384-7)

Songs of open country: three songs (09/121-1 : 4 copies)

  1. The crown of the year 2. Wayfarer's night-song 3. The tune of open country

Speed the plough: song (10/045-8.1[9])

Three more songs of the fair (09/121-3)

  1. Come to the Fair 2. An Interlude 3. Hatfield Bells

Marzials, Theo. (1850-1920) Anglo-Italian

Fly, little dove: set in canon for two equal v. (18/097-1)

Friendship: duet in canon (18/097-2)

Love: duet in canon (18/097-3)

The miller and the maid: song (10/045-4[ 7])

A summer shower: song (16/050-5 [32])

Twickenham Ferry: river ditty (16/050-5 [16])

Mascheroni, Angelo (1855-1905) Italian

Sons of the Empire: song (17/388-3)

Maschwitz, Eric (1901-1969) English

The Mardi Gras: song (17/388.5-1)

Mason, Gerry English

Say a little prayer: song (17/388-4)

When lady Betty chooses: song (17/389-1)

Mattei, Tito (1841-1914) Italian

Dear heart: song (16/050-3 [ 4])

Maunder, John Henry (1858-1920) English

Bethlehem: sacred cantata [for SATB soli & chor.] (01/056-1 : 2 copies)

Olivet to Calvary: sacred cantata (01/056-2)

Songs of thanksgiving: cantata for havest & gen. festival use [for STB soli & chor.] (01/056-3)

May, Hans

Always young {from Wedding in Paris} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/390-3)

Break of day {from Waltz Time}: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/390-1 : 2 copies)

My song goes round the world (Ein Lied geht um die Welt) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/390-2)

Mayerl, Billy

Resting: song (17/391-1)

McCarthy, Joseph

Alice blue gown {from Irene} (17/363)

McClurg, Marion

Scotland the brave (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/363.2)

McCrone, Duncan Scottish

Always Argyll (17/363.5)

McGeoch, Daisy

Two eyes of grey: song (17/369 : 2 copies)

McHugh, Jimmy

Dinner at eight (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/370-1)

Lovely lady {from King of Burlesque} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/370-2)

McKay, Ray

Old Scotch mother mine (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/371)

Meher, Donovan

Laughing eyes: song (17/392)

Mellor, Grace E.

Liberty: song (17/393.5)

Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847) German

As the hart pants (42nd Psalm) Op. 42: [cantata] (01/058-1 : 2 copies)

As the hart pants (42nd Psalm); and Twenty-four four-part songs (SATB) (15/041-2)

Christus: unfinished oratorio (08/052-2[2])

Come let us sing (95th Psalm) Op. 46: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (02/080-1)

Come, let us sing (95th Psalm) Op. 46: [for SST soli & SATB chor.] (01/058-4)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (Bayley & Ferguson : 08/043-1.2)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (Hart : 08/043-1.4)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (Novello : 08/043-1 : 3 copies)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (new ed.) (Novello : 08/043-1.1 (c)-(e) : 3 copies)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (pocket ed.) (Novello : 08/043-1.1 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

The first Walpurgis night Op. 60: cantata (01/058-3)

42nd Psalm (As the hart pants) Op. 42: [cantata] (01/058-1 : 2 copies)

Hear my prayer: motet for sop. solo & chor. (SATB) (05/011 : 5 copies)

Hear my prayer: motett for sop. solo & chor. (SATB) (05/011 (b-2))

Hear my prayer: hymn for sop. solo & chor. (SATB) (05/011.1)

Hymn of praise (Lobgesang) Op. 52: symphonia cantata [for SST soli & SATB chor.] (01/058-2 : 4 copies)

Hymn of praise (Lobgesang) Op. 52: sacred cantata [for SST soli & SATB chor.] (01/058-2.1)

Lord, how long wilt Thou forget me? (Psalm 13): [for solo v. & SATB chor.] (org. + voc. sc.: 02/080-2)

Loreley Op.98: unfinished opera [for sop. & fem. v.] (06/026 : 3 copies)

  Ave Maria + A Vintage Song + Act 1 Finale

O come let us worship: motet [for SATB soli & chor.] (05/012)

O rest in the Lord: air from 'Elijah' (17/394-1)

Saint Paul: oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (Novello, Ewer : 08/043-3 : 4 copies)

Saint Paul: oratorio [for SATB soli & chor.] (pocket ed.) (Novello : 08/043-3[p] : 2 copies)

The solo music in Mendelssohn's Elijah. Bass (14/046)

Thirteen two-part songs: [mainly 2-sop.] (15/041 : 2 copies)

Twenty-four four-part songs (SATB) Op. 41, 48, 50, 59 (15/041-2[2])

Menotti, Gian-Carlo (1911-2007) Italian-American

Amahl and the night visitors: opera (06/027-1)

The shepherds' chorus {from Amahl and the Night Visitors} (18/101)

Merlin, Alfred English

Your hand in mine: song (17/395 : 2 copies)

Messager, André (1853-1929) French

Long ago in Alcala {from Mirette}: song (17/396-2)

Monsieur Beaucaire: romantic opera (06/028-1)

Philomel {from Monsieur Beaucaire} (17/396-3)

Red rose {from Monsieur Beaucaire} (16/020( 3) [3])

Trot here and there: duet [sop. & bar.] (18/103)

Véronique: comic opera (06/028 : 3 copies)

Metcalf, John W. (1856-1926)

Absent: song (17/398 : 3 copies)

Millöcker, Carl (1842-1899) Austrian

The Beggar Student: operetta (07/022)

The Dubarry: musical comedy romance (07/022-2)

The Dubarry: musical comedy romance (acting edition) (libr.: 03/085)

I give my heart: song (17/402)

Mills, Alan

I know an old lady (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/403 : 2 copies)

Mills, Annette [=Edith Mabel Mills] (1894-1955) English

Adolf (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/403.5)

Moeran, Ernest John (1894-1950) English

Blue-eyed Spring (17/405-4)

Four Shakespeare songs (09/123)

  1. The lover and his lass 2. Where the bee sucks 3. When daisies pied 4. When icicles hang by the wall

The little milkmaid: folk song from Suffolk (17/405-1)

The sailor and young Nancy: folk song from Norfolk (17/405-2)

Troll the bowl (17/405-3)

Moir, Frank L. (1852-1904) English

Down the vale: song (16/050-4 [25])

Only once more: song (16/050-5 [34])

Molloy, James Lynam (1837-1909) Irish

The carnival: song (17/406-1 : 2 copies)

Darby and Joan: song (10/045-4[ 6])

Down the vale: song (17/406-4)

The Kerry dance (18/105-1)

The Kerry dance: song (16/050-4 [28])

The Kerry dance: song (10/045-4[ 5])

The Kerry dance: song (17/406-2 : 4 copies)

The little tin soldier: [song] (16/050-5 [ 7])

Love's old sweet song: voc. duet [sop. & ten] (18/105--2(2))

Love's old sweet song: song (17/406-3 : 2 copies)

Love's old sweet song (Boosey : 10/045-4[25])

The old cottage clock (10/045-4[ 3])

Monckton, Lionel (1861-1924) English

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play (07/023-1 : 3 copies)

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play (libr.: 03/089 : 3 copies)

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play (21/248-3)

Arcady is ever young {from The Arcadians}: song (17/408-3)

A country girl: musical play (07/023-3)

The pipes of Pan are calling: song (10/045-8.1[6])

The pipes of Pan are calling {from The Arcadians}: song (17/408 : 3 copies)

The Quaker girl: new musical play (07/023-2)

Sons of the Motherland: song (17/408-2)

Under the deodar {from A country girl}: song (16/050-5 [28])

Moncrieff, Mrs L.

My heart Is like A singing bird (17/409)

Montgomery, Lee

The house with nobody In It (17/410)

Moodie, James (1925-

Eastertide: sacred cantata (01/060)

Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) Irish

'Tis the last rose of summer: song (17/411)

Morgan, R. Orlando

Clorinda: song (17/412)

Morgan, Reginald

Count your blessings: song (17/413 : 2 copies)

Mori, Frank (1820-1873)

I come from the beauiful Rhine: song (10/045-4[22])

Morley, Thomas (1557-1602) English

Canzonets for two voices: [12 songs] (15/044)

Now Is the month of maying: balett for five v. (SATTB) (05/012.5)

Morris, Mrs C. H. (1862-1929)

The Stranger of Galilee: sacred song (17/414 : 3 copies)

Mortimer, Charles G. (1880-1957) English

A smuggler's song: for bar. or bass (17/414.7)

Moss, Katie

The floral dance: song (17/415 : 7 copies)

Moule-Evans, David (1905- Welsh

Twilight: song for med. v. & piano (17/415.5)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) Austrian

The Deluded Bridegroom: opera (06/032-2)

Rounds and canons (15/045)

When a maiden takes your fancy {from Il Seraglio}: [bass aria: Osmin] (17/419-7)

Mullen, J. B.

Under a panama {from Sergeant Brue}: [song] (16/050-5 [13])

Munro, George (c1680-1731) English

My lovely Celia: song (17/581-3)

Murdoch, J. O.

The Messiah's Coming: sacred cantata (01/060.7)

Murray, Alan

All my life-time: song (17/423-6)

A breath of home: song (17/423-8)

Close your sleepy eyes: song (17/423-1)

The constant flame (17/423-7)

I'll walk beside you: song (17/423 : 7 copies)

I'll walk beside you: song (18/108)

Love is the star: song (17/423-2)

She shall have music: song (17/423-9)

Shepherd of souls: song (17/423-3)

Soldier, what is the news you bring?: song (17/423-4)

These you have loved: song (17/423-5)

Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich (1839-1881) Russian

Cradle song (Song and Dances of Death, no. 2) (17/416-1)

Myers, Sherman [=Herbert Carrington] (1890-1957) English

God will remember (Bells at eventide): song (17/424-1)

When lights are low in Cairo: Eastern song fox-trot (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/424-2)

Naylor, Bernard (1907-1986) English

Gentle sleep: song (17/424.5)

Needham, Alicia Adélaïde (1872-1945) Irish

Content (Ike Walton's prayer): song (17/425-1)

The fairy's lullaby {from An Album of Twelve Hush songs}: song (17/425-2)

Husheen {from An Album of Twelve Hush Songs}: modern Irish hush-song (17/425-3)

Nelson, Havelock (1917-1996) N. Irish

Four Irish songs for soprano, horn and piano (11/017)

Nevin, Ethelbert (1862-1901) American

Mighty like a rose: song (17/425.5)

Narcissus: song (16/050-4 [18])

Newton, Ernest

The drum-major: song (17/426)

The drum-major: song (10/045-7[8])

The extra special constables: song (10/045-7[16])

In Springtime: duet for sop. & contr., sop. & bar., or ten. & bar. (18/109-2)

The jolly tinker: 17th-century song (17/426-2)

The keys of Heaven {from English County Songs}: duet (18/109-1 : 3 copies)

Love's echo: song (16/050-4 [26])

Nicholls, Horatio [=Lawrence Wright] (1888-1964) English

A night of romance: song (17/428-3)

Silent night: trad. carol w. hamonised refrain (17/428-1)

That old fashioned mother of mine: song (17/428-2 : 3 copies)

Nicholson, Sydney Hugo (1875-1947)

Beloved, let us love one another: [marriage] anthem (org. + voc. sc.: 02/087)

1914: [cantata] for bar. solo, chor. & orch. (01/060.9)

Nimmo, Hamilton (19th c.) Scottish

Crook an' plaid: [song] (16/050-4 [ 9])

Noble, Harold

Arran homing song (17/429)

Noel-Johnson, Reginald English

Three far-away trees: song (17/429.3)

North, Michael

Such lovely things: song (17/429.5)

Norton, Frederic (1869-1946) English

Chu Chin Chow: musical tale of the East (07/023.5)

Chu Chin Chow: musical tale of the East (libr.: 03/095)

The Cobbler's song {from Chu Chin Chow} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/430)

Novello, Ivor [=David Ivor Davies] (1893-1951) Welsh

Fold your wings {from Glamorous Night} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/432-1)

The golden moth: musical play of adventure (07/024)

The little damozel: song (17/432-5 : 2 copies)

Love made the song {from Careless Rapture} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/432-6)

Pray for me: song (17/432-7)

Shine through my dreams {from Glamorous Night} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/432-2)

Some day my heart will awake {from King's Rhapsody} (17/432-3 : 3 copies)

Song album: [5 songs] from his famous musical plays (09/127-1 : 2 copies)

  1. Someday my heart will awake 2. I can give you the starlight 3. Music in May 4. Waltz of my heart 5. Love is my reason

Song album: [15 songs] (09/127-2)

Waltz medley: [a medley of 6 waltzes in 2 parts] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/016-1)

  1. Music in May 2. Fold your wings 3. Waltz of my heart 4. I can give you the starlight 5. Love is my reason 6. Some day my heart will awake

Waltz of my heart {from The Dancing Years} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/432-8)

We'll gather lilacs {from Perchance to Dream} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/432-4 : 2 copies)

The wings of sleep {from The Dancing Years} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/432-9)

O'Connor, Frederick (d.1943)

The old house (17/433)

O'Connor, Shamus Irish

Macnamara's band: song (17/433.5)

O'Connor-Morris, Geoffrey

Alleluia!: joyous Easter hymn (17th Century) (17/433.8)

O'Dougherty, Tresieme

My heart is light and gay: waltz song (17/434)

O'Hara, Geoffrey

From Galilee a mother came (17/436 : 2 copies)

One world: song (17/436-2 : 2 copies)

O'Hogan, Betsy [=Lawrence Wright] (1888-1964) English

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): for male v. (TTBB) (18/113 : 5 copies)

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): song (17/437 : 2 copies)

O'Keefe, Donald

At the end of the day (17/437.5)

Offenbach, Jacques (1819-1880) German-French

La Belle Hélène (Beautiful Helen): operetta (Weinberger : 07/025-1 : 3 copies)

Gendarmes' duet {from Geneviève de Brabant} (18/111-1 : 4 copies)

Gipsy love: operetta (07/025-1.5)

Night of stars and night of love! {from Tales of Hoffmann}: celebrated barcarole (17/435-1 : 2 copies)

Night of stars and night of love {from Tales of Hoffmann}: barcarole (voc. duet) (Cramer : 18/111-2 : 4 copies)

Not in Front of the Waiter, or, Under the Aspidistra: incident (07/025-4)

Orpheus in the Underworld: comic operetta in 3 acts (07/025-2 : 3 copies)

La Périchole (libr.: 03/098)

La Périchole: Metropolitan Opera version (06/036-2)

Songs from the great operettas: 38 songs from 14 operettas (09/129)

La Vie Parisienne: operetta (07/025-3 : 3 copies)

Oliver, Herbert

Down Vauxhall way (17/438-3)

Songs of old London: [5 songs] (09/131 : 2 copies)

Spreading the news! (17/438-2 : 2 copies)

Openshaw, John English

Love sends a little gift of roses: song (17/439-1)

Osborne, Charles (1927- Australian

Mother (An old picture in a new frame) (17/440)

Padilla Sánchez, José (1889-1960) Spanish

Valencia {from Palladium Pleasures} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/441-1)

Page, Arthur

Six vocal duets for sop. & contr. (15/039)

Palestrina, Giovanni (1525-1594) Italian

Missa aeterna Christi munera: adapted for use in the English Church (02/089 : 2 copies)

Stabat Mater: motet for double chor. (unaccomp.) (05/013.5)

Parker, Ross (1914-1974) English

There'll always be an England (17/441.8)

Parr, Andrew American

The Dracula spectacula: spooky musical (libr.: 03/105)

Parry, Hubert (1848-1918) English

Blest pair of Sirens (at a Solemn music): for chor. & orch. (8-part arrangement) (Novello : 01/063-1 : 6 copies)

Blest pair of Sirens (at a Solemn music): ode by Milton (Novello : 01/038[1] : 3 copies)

The child and the twilight: song for sop. v. (17/442-5 : 2 copies)

Dear Lord and Father of Mankind: hymn for SATB (p. voc. + sol-fa: 02/090-3 : 3 copies)

English lyrics. First set (09/135( 1) : 2 copies)

English lyrics. First set (10/088[ 1])

English lyrics. Third set (10/087[ 2])

English lyrics. Sixth set (09/135( 6))

English lyrics. Sixth set (10/087[ 3])

English lyrics. Seventh set: [6 songs] (09/135( 7))

English lyrics. Eighth set: [6 songs] (09/135( 8) : 2 copies)

English lyrics. Ninth set (09/135( 9) : 2 copies)

English lyrics. Tenth(?) set (09/135(10))

I was glad when they said unto me (02/090-1 : 4 copies)

Love is a Bable: song for bar. v. (17/442-1 : 2 copies)

My true love hath my heart: song for mez. (17/442-3)

Never weather-beaten sail {from Songs of Farewell}: motet (SSATB) (05/014)

Ode on St Cecilia's day: cantata (01/063-2 : 2 copies)

Ode on St Cecilia's day (sol-fa only: 44/037-1)

Ode on the Nativity: for sop. solo, chor. & orch. (01/063-6)

Ode to music (01/063-3 : 3 copies)

The pied piper of Hamelin (01/063-4)

Six songs (09/033-2)

Te Deum laudamus (02/090-2)

There (17/442-4)

Thine eyes still shined for me (17/442-2)

Pascal, Florian [=Joseph Benjamin Williams] (1847-1923) English

The fighting Téméraire {from Admirals All}: song (17/443-1)

Pattison, Thomas Mee (1845-1936) English

The new Jerusalem: sacred cantata (sol-fa only: 44/039-1)

Paul, Gene de

Seven brides for seven brothers: song album (09/137)

Peace, Frederick Wilfrid (1883-1962) English

From Cross to Crown: short church cantata for soli & chor. (01/063.5)

Pearsall, Robert (1795-1856) English

O who will o'er the downs so free? (Hickenstirn's song): chor. in 4 parts (SATB/ATTB) (18/115 : 2 copies)

Peel, Graham (1877-1937) English

Bright is the ring of words (17/444-3[2])

The country-lover: album of 5 songs (09/139)

Gipsies: song (17/444-1)

In Summertime on Bredon: song (10/087[14])

In Summertime on Bredon: song (17/444-2 : 4 copies)

Invitation to arise: song (17/444-5)

Noon-hush: song (17/444-4)

Requiem (17/444-3[1])

[Requiem; and Bright is the ring of words] (17/444-3)

Wind of the western sea: song (voc. sc.: 17/444-6)

Pélissier, Harry Gabriel (1874-1913) English

Awake!: serenade (voc. duet) (18/117)

Penn, Arthur A. (1875-1941) American

Smilin' through: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/445)

Perry, Frederick C. (19th c.) American

The special bobby: [song and chorus] (16/050-1[10])

Persley, George W. [=George W. Brown] (1837-1894) American

Barney, take me home again: song and [SATB] chorus (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-1[70])

Peterkin, Norman (1886-1982) English

A curse on a closed gate {from Three songs for voice & viola} (17/447-4(2))

The fiddler (17/447-1)

The journeyman weaver {from Three Songs for voice & viola} (17/447-4(1))

Little red hen: folk tale from the Irish (17/447-3)

A piper {from Three songs for voice & viola} (17/447-4(3))

So, we'll go no more a-roving (17/447-2)

Pether, Henry E. English

Jolly old Borneo: [concerted song] (17/447.2)

Rainbow: song (16/050-5 [ 4])

Petrie, Henry W. (1857-1925) American

Asleep in the deep: bass song (17/447.5)

Phillips, H. Lyall English

A Devonshire wedding: song (17/447.7-2)

Forgotten: song (17/447.7)

Phillips, Montague Fawcett (1885-1969) English

The apple tree fairy Op. 53 No. 4: song (17/448-10)

April is a lady Op. 41 No. 4: song (17/448- 1 : 2 copies)

Blue-bells Op. 25 No. 6: song (17/448- 2)

A Border home: song (17/448-14)

Butterfly wings Op. 30 No. 1: song (17/448- 3)

Dream songs: [4 songs] (09/141-4)

  1. In the deep silence of the night 2. The enchanted forest 3. My dreamland rose 4. I dreamt that I was the wind

Early in the morning Op. 46 No. 4: song (17/448-12 : 2 copies)

The enchanted forest {from Dream Songs}: song (10/045-8.2[4])

The fishermen of England {from The Rebel Maid}: song (17/448- 4 : 2 copies)

Flowering trees Op. 31 (09/141-1)

  1. Lilac 2. Laburnum 3. Hawthorn 4. Crab-apple

Love the Jester Op. 46 No. 1: song (17/448-11)

Montague F. Phillips album, vol. 1: [8 songs] (09/141(1))

Montague F. Phillips album, vol. 2: [8 songs] (09/141(2))

The old homes are waiting (17/448- 8)

Old World dance songs Op. 37: [4 songs] (09/141-2)

  1. With courtly grace: gavotte 2. Powder and patches: minuet 3. Sweet Lady Moll: sarabande 4. In the gay olden time: gigue

Our flag unfurled: song (17/448-13)

The Rebel Maid: romantic light opera (07/025.5)

Sea echoes: [3 songs] (09/141-3)

  1. Nightfall at sea 2. If we sailed away 3. Waves

Sing, joyous bird {from Songs of Joy} Op. 24 no. 4 (17/448- 5 : 3 copies)

Sing, sing, blackbird Op. 30 No. 1: song (17/448- 6)

Songs of joy Op. 24: [song cycle] (10/045-8.4[1])

  1. Every morning 2. The little good people 3. Lve's spell 4. Sing, joyous bird

Starry woods: song (17/448- 7)

Waiting for you: song (17/448- 9)

Philp, James

An Andalusian maid: song (16/050-5 [39])

Piccolomini, M(arie) [=Henry Theodore Pontet] (1833-1902) Irish

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us) (16/050-3 [27])

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us): song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/449-1)

Queen of angels (Regina angelorum): vesper song w. organ acc. (16/050-3 [ 8])

Whisper and I shall hear: song (17/449-2)

Pinsuti, Ciro (1829-1888) Anglo-Italian

Bedouin love song (17/450-1 : 2 copies)

Bedouin love song (10/087[19])

The bugler (17/450-2)

Carrier John: song (16/050-4 [ 1])

The king's minstrel (17/450-3 : 2 copies)

The last watch: song (10/045-9[15])

Pitfield, Thomas B. (1903-1999) English

Ballad of a minstrel: two-part (18/118)

The rhyming shopman: whimsical cantata for choir, orch. & bar. solo (01/063.7)

Planquette, Robert (1848-1903) French

Rip Van Winkle: opera comique (07/025.7)

Plumstead, Mary (1905-1980) English

My true love hath my heart (17/451)

Pontet, Henry (1833-1902) Irish

The last milestone: song (17/453)

The last milestone: song (16/050-4 [20])

Porter, Cole (1891-1964) American

All of you {from Silk Stockings} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/455-5)

The best of Cole Porter: [24 songs] (09/034.5)

C'est magnifique {from Can-Can} (17/455-3)

I hate men {from Kiss Me, Kate} (17/455-4)

In the still of the night: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/455-1)

Kiss me Kate: [operetta] (07/026)

Kiss me Kate (libr.: 03/110)

Night and day {from Gay Divorce} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/455-2)

Well, did you evah? {from High Society} (17/455-6.1)

Who wants to be a millionaire? {from High Society} (17/455-6.2)

Posford, George

Good-Night Vienna: romantic musical play (Keith, Prowse : 07/027-1 : 2 copies)

Good-night Vienna {from Good-Night Vienna} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/455.3)

Magyar melody: musical romance (07/027-2)

Prentice, Charles

Within these sacred walls: song (17/456-1)

Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924) Italian

The Bohemians: opera (06/038-2)

Pullen, Hartie

Our country's call: song (17/458.5)

Purcell, Edward Cockram (d. 1932) English

Passing by: song (17/459-1 : 3 copies)

Passing by: voc. duet (high v., low v.) (18/123)

Purcell, Henry (c.1659-1695) English

Arise, ye subterranean winds {from The Tempest}: song (10/089[17])

Dido and Aeneas: opera (Novello : 06/042-2 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

Dido and Aeneas: opera (Belwin-Mills : orch. sc.: 04/018-2)

Dido and Aeneas: opera (Novello : 06/042-2 (a) (b) (e) : 3 copies)

An evening hymn, on a ground (Now that the sun ...) (Novello : 17/460-1 (a) (b) (d))

An evening hymn (10/045-8.2[12b])

The Fairy Queen: opera (06/042-6)

Fifteen songs (09/145-1)

Fifteen songs and airs [Set 1]: published for the Purcell Society (09/145(1))

40 songs, vol. 2: [10 songs] (11/020(2))

40 songs, vol. 3: [10 songs] (09/145(3))

Full fathom five: [sop.] solo & chor. (SSA) (05/016)

If music be the food of love (first setting) (17/460-2 : 2 copies)

King Arthur [abridged concert ed.]: opera (06/042-3 (a))

Lost is my quiet: duet for sop. & bass (18/125-1)

Mad Bess (From silent shades ...) (17/460-3)

The music in Dryden's King Arthur: opera (06/042-3 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

The music in King Arthur: dram. opera (1691) (06/042-3 (b))

St Agnes morn: song (17/460-4)

Saul and the witch at Endor {from Harmonia Sacra} (18/125-3)

Selected songs: [15 songs] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 09/145-4)

Six songs (10/076[1])

Six songs (09/145-3)

6 vocal duets (18/125-2)

Sound the trumpet {from 'Come, ye Sons of Art'} (18/125-4)

Te Deum laudamus in D: for voices & instruments (01/064-2)

Ten duets Bk 1 (15/051(1))

Ten duets Bk 2 (15/051(2))

Three divine hymns {from Harmonia Sacra} (09/145-4)

  1. Lord, what is man 2. We sing to him 3. Evening hymn

Two divine hymns and Alleluia {from Harmonia Sacra} (09/145-2)

  1. A morning hymn 2. Alleluia 3. In the black dismal dungeon of despair

Upon a quiet conscience (10/045-8.2[12a])

Welcome to all the pleasures: ode for St Cecilia's Day 1683 (min. sc.: 04/018)

When I a lover pale do see: song (17/460-5)

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas) (17/460-7)

With sick and famished eyes: for voice, w. piano (or harpischord) & violoncello (set: 17/460-6)

With sick and famished eyes (10/045-8.2[12c])

Quilter, Roger (1877-1953) English

By a fountainside Op. 12 No. 6 {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics}: song (17/462-14)

Come Lady-Day (17/462- 7)

Cuckoo song Op. 15 no. 1 (17/462- 1 : 2 copies)

Daybreak {from Three Songs of William Blake} Op. 20 No. 3 (17/462-10)

Drink to me only with thine eyes (17/462- 2 : 2 copies)

Drink to me only with thine eyes (10/087[ 7])

Drooping wings: song (17/462-11)

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

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

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

Five Shakespeare songs (09/036-2)

The fuchsia tree Op. 25 No. 2: song (17/462-12 : 2 copies)

Go, lovely rose [Op. 24 no. 3] (17/462- 8 : 3 copies)

It was a lover and his lass Op. 23 No. 3: duet (sop. & contr.) (18/127-1 : 2 copies)

June: song (17/462-15)

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé} (17/462- 9 : 2 copies)

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé}: duet (mez. & bar.) (18/127-2)

Love's philosophy: song (10/076[6])

Love's philosophy Op. 3 No. 1: song (17/462- 4 : 2 copies)

Non nobis, Domine: chor. for mixed v. (SATB) w. orch. or p. accomp. (01/038[7] : 3 copies)

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (17/462 -5 : 4 copies)

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (10/045-6[16])

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (10/045-6[17])

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song (10/089[ 2])

O mistress mine {from Three Shakespeare songs} Op. 6 No. 2: song (17/462- 6 : 3 copies)

Over the mountains {from Old English Songs}: song (17/462-16)

Seven Elizabethan lyrics (10/089[ 1])

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

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

Three Shakespeare songs (1st set) Op. 6 (09/147-2)

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

Three songs of the sea Op. 1 (09/147-1)

Through the sunny garden (17/462-17[1])

To daisies Op. 8 No. 3 {from song cycle To Julia}: song (17/462-13)

To Julia Op. 8: six lyrics of Robert Herrick (10/076[8])

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

To Julia Op. 8: [song cycle] (10/045-8.4[2])

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

Two September songs (17/462-17)

The valley and the hill (17/462-17[2])

When icicles hang by the wall (17/462-18)

Who is Silvia? (10/045-6[7])

Rachmaninov, Sergei (1873-1943) Russian

The harvest of sorrow Op. 4 No. 5: mez./ bar. (17/464-2)

Rae, Kenneth

Evening pastoral (17/464.5)

Ramsay, Harold (1901-1976) English

Her name Is Mary: song (17/465-1)

Ramsey, Mansell English

Peach blossom: children's operetta (07/028)

Randegger, Alberto (1832-1911) Italian

Come hither, shepherd swain: canzonet (17/465.2)

Rapley, Felton

The twelve days of Christmas (17/465.3)

Rasbach, Oscar

Trees: song (17/465.5 : 5 copies)

Ray, Lilian (d. 1949)

Always with my heart: song (17/466-1 : 2 copies)

Redhead, Alfred Edward (1855-1937) English

Thy voice: song (10/045-9[9])

Redman, Reginald (1892-1972) English

Te Deum: sacred song (17/467)

Reeve, Stephen (1948- English

I am a friar of orders gray (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/468)

Richards, David

If I were: song (17/470)

The skipper of the "Mary Jane": [song] (17/470-2)

Richardson, Clive (1909-1998) English

Greensleeves: song (17/471)

Richardson, H. Forster

Vagabond lover: song (17/471.3)

Ring, Montague

A noontide song (17/474)

Ripley, Henry (1843-1902) English

True to the core: [song] (16/050-3 [21])

Risher, Anna Priscilla (1875-1946) American

Unto Thee, O Lord: sacred song (17/474.5)

Rizzi, Alba

The house by the side of the road: song (17/475)

Roberton, Hugh S. (1874-1952) Scottish

All in the April evening: part-song for SCTB (18/129-1)

Steal away to Jesus: Negro spiritual (17/476-4)

Uist tramping song (Come along) {from Songs of the Isles} (17/476-2 : 2 copies)

When grandpa was a little girl like me (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/476-5)

Whiskers (17/476-6)

Robinson, Stanford (1904-1984) English

To you eternally: song (17/477-1)

Roddie, William Stewart (1845-1931) Scottish

My land: song (16/050-3 [ 1])

Rodgers, Richard (1902-1979) American

Bali Ha'i {from South Pacific} (17/478-4.2 : 2 copies)

The best of Rodgers & Hart: [24 songs] (09/155-5)

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

Carousel (07/029-1)

Carousel (libr.: 03/129-1)

Climb ev'ry mountain {from The Sound of Music} (17/478-8.2)

Do-re-mi {from The Sound of Music} (17/478-8.1)

Falling in love with love: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/478-2)

Hello young lovers {from The King and I} (17/478-1)

I'm gonna wash that man right out of my hair {from South Pacific} (17/478-4.7)

I enjoy being a girl {from Flower Drum Song} (17/478-5 : 2 copies)

I have confidence {from The Sound of Music} (17/478-8.3)

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

It might well be Spring {from State Fair} (17/478-9)

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

The King and I: musical play (07/029)

Oklahoma {from Oklahoma} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/478-7.1)

Oklahoma song album: [5 songs] (09/155-2 : 2 copies)

Oklahoma!: musical play (07/029-4 : 2 copies)

Oklahoma! (libr.: 03/129-2)

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

Rodgers & Hammerstein song album (09/155-1)

Some enchanted evening {from South Pacific} (17/478-4.1)

The Sound of Music (07/029-3 : 2 copies)

Sound of music: [musical play] (libr.: 03/129-4)

The Sound of Music (vocal selection) (09/155-3 : 2 copies)

South Pacific: musical play (07/029-2 : 2 copies)

South Pacific: [musical play] (libr.: 03/129-3)

South Pacific song album: [5 songs] (09/155-4)

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

Roeckel, Joseph L.

Angus Macdonald: song (17/479-2 : 2 copies)

The gray mare (Three young men of Ware) {from Proverbs in Song}: song (17/479-1)

The hours: cantata or operetta for female v. (01/064.5)

I couldn't, could I?: song (17/479-3)

Romberg, Sigmund (1887-1951) Hungarian-American

The Desert Song: musical play (07/030-1 : 2 copies)

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

Farewell to dreams (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/480-2)

The New Moon: romantic musical play (07/030-2)

The riff song {from The Desert Song}: quartet for TTBB (18/131-1 : 3 copies)

Serenade {from The Student Prince} (17/480-3)

Souvenir album: [5 songs] (09/157-1)

Stout-hearted men {from The New moon} (17/480-4 : 2 copies)

Student prince: spectacular light opera (07/030-3 : 2 copies)

The Student Prince song album: [5 songs] (09/157-2)

Tell me Daisy {from Blossom Time} (18/131-2)

Wanting you {from The New Moon} (17/480-4.9)

When I grow too old to dream (17/480-5)

Romer, Frank (1810-1889)

Two angels (10/045-4[20])

Ronald, Landon (1873-1938) English

A cycle of life: five songs (09/159-3)

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

Down in the forest {from A Cycle of Life} (17/481-2)

Five canzonets (09/159-1)

O lovely night! {from Summertime}: song (18/132 : 2 copies)

O lovely night! {from Summertime} (17/481-1 : 2 copies)

Summertime: song-cycle (09/159-2 : 2 copies)

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

Rootham, Cyril (1875-1938)

A child's prayer (17/481.1)

Rose, Vincent (1880-1944) Italian-American

Blueberry hill (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/481.3)

Whispering: song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/481.3-2)

Rossini, Gioacchino (1792-1868) Italian

The Count Ory: comic opera (06/047-1 : 4 copies)

Rota, Nino (1911-1979) Italian

Take the sun: duet for sop. & ten. (18/135)

Rowley, Alec (1892-1958) English

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

Flower song: song (17/482.5-2)

Heavenly gifts: Christmas carol (17/482.5-3)

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

The toll-gate house: song (10/089[15])

Rubens, Paul A. (1876-1917) English

The admiral's yarn: song (17/483-2)

I love the moon: song (17/483-1)

My toreador {from The toreador}: song (16/050-5 [33])

Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) Russian

Melody: arranged as a song (17/483.5)

Russell, Kennedy (1884-1954) English

The barber of Turin: song (17/484-6)

Poor man's garden: song (17/484-1 : 2 copies)

Saint Christopher (17/484-5)

Vale (Farewell): song (17/484-2 : 2 copies)

When the children say their prayers: song (17/484-3 : 2 copies)

Young Tom o' Devon: song (17/484-4 : 2 copies)

Ryan, Paul (1948-1992) English

I will drink the wine (17/485-1)

Sanderson, Wilfrid (1878-1935) English

All joy be thine: song (Boosey : 17/488-17)

A blackbird's song: song (17/488- 1)

Break o' day: song (10/045-8.1[12])

Break o' day: song (17/488- 2 : 2 copies)

Captain Mac': song (Boosey : 17/488-16)

Dear little town: song (17/488- 3)

Devonshire cream and cider: song (17/488-13 : 2 copies)

Drake goes West: song (10/045-7[5])

Drake goes West: song (Boosey : 17/488-15)

Easter flowers: song (17/488- 9 : 3 copies)

Friend o' mine: song (Boosey : 17/488- 4 (c)-(f) : 4 copies)

Friend o' mine: song (Boosey & Hawkes : 17/488- 4 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

Gather ye rosebuds: song (17/488-11)

The glory of the sea: song (Boosey : 17/488-18)

The hills of Donegal: song (17/488- 5 : 2 copies)

My dear soul: Wessex love song (17/488-14 : 2 copies)

One morning very early: song (Boosey : 17/488-19)

Sewing song (17/488-10)

Shipmates o' mine: song (10/045-7[3])

Shipmates o' mine: song (17/488- 6 : 4 copies)

Spring's awakening: valse song (17/488-12)

Until: song (17/488-7 : 4 copies)

The valley of laughter: song (17/488- 8)

The voyagers: duet (18/139)

Sarjeant, J.

Blow, blow, thou Winter wind: song (17/490 : 2 copies)

Watchman! what of the night?: duet (ten. & bass) (18/141 : 3 copies)

Saunders, Max

Nocturne: song (17/492)

Schönberg, Claude-Michel (1944- French

I dreamed a dream {from Les Misérables} (17/495.8)

Les Misérables: [12] songs from the musical [incl. 2 duets] (09/167)

Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) Austrian

Blossom time: musical play (07/031 : 2 copies)

Concert edition of Schubert songs [selection]: [20 songs] (Keith, Prowse : 09/169-4)

The Conspirators: opera (06/049 : 2 copies)

The golden song {from Lilac Time} (17/125-3)

Lilac time: operetta (07/031.1 : 2 copies)

Lilac time: play w. music (Chappell : 07/031.2)

Litany for All Souls' Day (17/496- 4)

Margaret (Gretchen am Spinnrade) {from Goethes Faust} (17/496- 3 (b))

Omnipotence (Die Allmacht) Op. 79 No. 2 (17/496- 6)

Thirty songs (09/169-3)

Twenty songs for soprano or tenor (11/024-3)

Schumann, Robert (1810-1856) German

Paradise and the Peri Op. 50: cantata (01/067 : 2 copies)

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

Schütz, Heinrich (1585-1672) German

The Christmas story (02/107-3)

The St Matthew Passion (02/107-2)

A selection of choruses and recitatives from The four Passions (02/107-1)

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

Think on me (17/503 : 4 copies)

Scott, Bennett (1875-1930) American

Some night, some waltz, some girl (10/045-7[19])

Scott, Cyril (1879-1970) English

Afterday Op. 50 No. 1 (17/501-1)

Blackbird's song Op. 52 No. 3 (17/501-2 : 3 copies)

Cherry ripe (21/338-3)

Daffodils Op. 68 No. 1 (17/501-5)

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2 (17/501-3 : 2 copies)

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2 (10/045-6[6])

The unforeseen Op. 74 No. 3 (17/501-4 : 3 copies)

Scott, John Prindle (1877-1932) American

Light's glittering morn: Easter solo (17/502-1)

Repent ye: sacred song (17/502-2)

Scott, Kennedy (1876-1965) English

The lost melody: waltz song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/502.5)

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

Just for to-day: sacred song (17/504-1)

Seeger, Pete (1919- American

Where have all the flowers gone? (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/504.3)

Selby, Peter

Love Is new (17/504.5-1)

Selby, Philip

Three Scottish songs [for voice & violin] (25/013)

Senior, Wilfrid

A Highland love song (My fair and rare one) (17/505-1 : 2 copies)

Serradell, Narciso

La golondrina (The swallow): Mexican song (17/506 : 2 copies)

Shapcott, Malcolm English

A Christmas carol: musical play (07/031.5)

Sharp, Cecil James (1859-1924) English

O no, John: folk-song from Somerset (17/506.7(2))

A selection of collected folksongs, vol. 1: [36 songs] (10/075[1])

A selection of collected folksongs, vol. 1: [36 songs] (10/029(1) : 2 copies)

Sharp, Vernon Lathom

Dearest of all: song (17/507-1)

Sharpe, Evelyn English

One little hour: song (17/508-1)

When the great red dawn is shining: song (17/508-2)

Shattuck, Charles Flagg (b.1849) American

Chiming bells of long ago (16/050-1[20])

Shaw, Geoffrey

Twice 33 carols: for home and chrch use (p. voc. + sol-fa: 01/067.5)

The vagrant: unison song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/509-1)

Shaw, Howard

The way of life (17/509.5)

Shaw, Martin (1875-1958) English

At Columbine's grave: song (17/510-6 : 2 copies)

Bab-Lock-Hythe (17/510-1 : 2 copies)

The bubble song {from The Cockyolly Bird} (17/510-2)

A Christmas song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/510-7)

Easter carol (17/510-3)

Heffle cuckoo fair (17/510-4)

I know a bank (17/510-11)

The little waves of Breffny (17/510-5(1))

O, Falmouth is a fine town (17/510-9)

The song of the palanquin bearers (17/510-8 : 2 copies)

There was a rosebud bloomed in the snow: Christmas carol (17/510-10)

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

Sheldon, Mary

Epitaph (17/511)

Sherman, Al (1897-1973) American

No! No! A thousand times no!: waltz song in melodrama (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/511.5)

Sherwin, Manning (1902-1974) American

A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square (17/511.7)

Shield, William (1748-1829) English

The thorn (17/512)

The wolf (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/512-2)

Shirley, Lilian

There's a ship that's bound for Blighty: song (17/513)

Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957) Finnish

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

Silva, Edward

Swinging: voc. valse (17/516.5)

Silvers, Louis

April showers {from The Jolson Story} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/517 : 2 copies)

Simper, Caleb (1856-1942) English

The rolling seasons: sacred cantata (01/068)

Simpson, Nellie

Your England and mine: song (17/518 : 2 copies)

Skakle, Margaret (1886-1939) Scottish

Where the high-road ends: [song & chorus] (17/518.3)

Skelly, Joseph P. (1853-1895) American

He isn't a marrying man: [song and chorus] (16/050-1 [7])

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/518.5 (b))

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/518.5)

Slade, Julian (1930-2006) English

Salad days: musical play (07/032)

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/519-1 : 2 copies)

Slater, Gordon

The green willow (17/520)

Slaughter, Walter

The twin {from The French Maid}: (Charles & Jack) duet (18/147)

Smart, Henry Thomas (1813-1879) English

The Bride of Dunkerron: dramatic cantata (01/069)

The Lord is my Shepherd: paraphr. of 23rd Psalm (18/149-1)

Queen of the Night: trio (SSB) (18/149-2)

Te Deum laudamus (org. + voc. sc.: 02/110)

When the wind blows in from the sea: duet (mez. & bar.) (16/050-4 [40])

Smetana, Bedric (1824-1884) Czech

The Bartered Bride: comic opera (06/051-1 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

The Bartered Bride: comic opera (06/051-1 (a))

Smieton, John More (1857-1904) Scottish

Hark! The sound {recitative from King Arthur} (18/150[1])

Love of my youthful days {duet from King Arthur} (18/150[2])

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

Recitative and duet from King Arthur (18/150)

Secret love (17/520.8-1)

Smith, Alice Mary (1839-1884) English

Maying: duet (18/151-1)

Maying: duet (contr. & bar.) (16/050-5 [22])

Maying ("O that we two were maying"): duet for sop. & ten. (or contr. & bar./bass) (18/151(2) : 2 copies)

Smith, Herbert Arnold English

Britain calling (Big Ben strikes nine): song (17/521)

Smith, Seymour

The spider and the fly: humorous duet for mez. & bar. (18/153 : 2 copies)

Somerset, Lord Henry (1849-1932) English

Echo: song (17/522-1 : 4 copies)

A song of sleep (17/522-2)

Somervell, Arthur (1863-1937) English

Christmas: short choral work for soli, mixed chor. & orch. (02/112)

Cycle of songs from Tennyson's Maud: [12 songs] (10/088[ 2])

The Enchanted Palace: [children's operetta] (07/032.5 : 2 copies)

Gathering daffodils (17/523-1)

The gentle maiden: old Irish air (17/523-2 : 2 copies)

Shepherd's cradle song (17/523-3 : 2 copies)

Song cycle from "A Shropshire Lad" by A. E. Houseman (10/055[4])

Ten descants written to national songs (p. voc. + sol-fa: 15/056)

Touch not the nettle: old Scotch air (10/045-8.1[3])

Young love lies sleeping {from Love in Spring-Time} (17/523-4 : 4 copies)

Somerville, Reginald

David Garrick: opera (06/052)

Sondheim, Stephen (1930- American

Follies (vocal selections): [12 songs] (09/181-1)

Speaks, Oley (1874-1948) American

Morning: song (17/525-3 : 2 copies)

On the road to Mandalay: song (17/525-1 : 2 copies)

Sylvia: song (17/525-2 : 3 copies)

Spear, Eric (1908-1966 English

Molly Macarthy and Mary Malone: little Irish song (17/526-1)

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

The Christian's prayer: sacred cantata (Novello, Ewer : 08/052 (d)[2])

The Fall of Babylon: oratorio (08/052-2[1])

The Last Judgment: oratorio (08/052 (d)[1])

The Last Judgment: oratorio (08/052 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies)

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

[Works by Spohr and Mendelssohn] (08/052-2)

Spross, Charles Gilbert (1874-1961)

I looked for God and I found Him: song (17/526.5)

Will o' the wisp (17/526.5-2)

Squire, William Henry (1871-1963) English

If I might come to you: song (17/527-1)

In an old-fashioned town: song (17/527-2 : 2 copies)

In an old-fashioned town: song (10/045-8.1[17])

Jack Briton: song (17/527-3)

Just a ray of sunlight: song (17/527-4)

Lighterman Tom: song (17/527-8)

Mountain lovers: song (17/527-5)

Mountain lovers: duet (mez. & bar.) (18/155(1))

My prayer: song (17/527-7)

A sergeant of the line: song (17/527-9)

The watchman: song (17/527-10)

When you come home: song (10/045-8.1[5])

When you come home: song (10/045-8.2[16])

When you come home: song (17/527-6 : 4 copies)

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

Beyond: song (16/050-5 [24])

Stacey, Gilbert (1895-1966) English

Down in the gardens at Kew: song (17/528-1)

Down in the gardens at Kew: voc. duet (18/157)

Stainer, John (1840-1901) English

The Crucifixion: meditation [oratorio] for two solo v. (ten. & bass) & chor. (08/053-1 : 7 copies)

The daughter of Jairus: sacred cantata (08/053-2 : 3 copies)

Stanford, C. Villiers (1852-1924) Irish

The bold unbiddable child: song (17/529-12)

The chapel on the hill Op.139: song (17/529- 1)

Diaphenia {from Six Elizabethan pastorals no. 3}: for chor. (SATB) unaccomp. (p. voc. + sol-fa: 18/158(3))

Drop me a flower Op.175: song (17/529- 2)

Elegiac ode from President Lincoln's burial hymn (01/070-1)

The fairy lough Op. 77: song (17/529- 3 : 2 copies)

Father O'Flynn: old Irish melody (17/529- 4 : 3 copies)

The foggy dew: [for chor. (SATB) unaccomp.] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 18/158-2)

Heraclitus Op.110 No.4: song (17/529-13)

Hush song: Irish air (17/529- 5)

An Irish idyll in six miniatures Op. 77 (09/185-2 : 2 copies)

Little snowdrop {from the Elfin Pedlar Bk 1} (17/529-10)

The milkmaid's song: song (17/529-11)

Molly Brannigan: old Irish melody (17/529- 6)

My love's an arbutus: old Irish melody (10/076[5])

O praise God in His Holiness (Psalm 150): set to music in chant form (org. + voc. sc.: 02/114 : 2 copies)

The Revenge Op. 24: ballad of the Fleet (01/070-3 : 2 copies)

The Revenge: ballad of the Fleet (sol-fa only: 44/047-1)

A soft day Op.140 No. 3: song (17/529- 7 : 4 copies)

A song of the bow Op.175 No. 1 (17/529- 8)

Songs of Old Ireland: [50 songs] (Boosey : 09/185-1)

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.] (01/038[6] : 3 copies)

  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.] (01/070-4 : 3 copies)

  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))

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3: song (17/529- 9 : 3 copies)

Stanley, John (1713-1786) English

Sweet pretty bird {from the cantata The Redbreast}: sop. aria (17/530)

Stanley, Wynn

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/530.2)

Stasny, A. J.

Rose dreams (17/530.5)

Stephenson, T. Wilkinson

If I can live: song (17/531.5-1)

Ships that pass in the night: song (17/531.5-2)

Stevenson, John

The last rose of Summer (17/532 (b))

The last rose of Summer (17/532 (a))

Stolz, Robert (1880-1975) Austrian

Good-bye {from White Horse Inn} (17/533-2)

My song of love {from White Horse Inn} (17/533-4)

Our finest hour: song (17/533-3)

When April sings {from Spring Parade} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/533-1)

Stone, George Henry English

The curate and the maiden: song (10/045-7[15])

Storace, Stephen (1763-1796) English

The summer heats bestowing (1788): song (17/533.5)

Strachey, Jack (1894-1972)

Don't let the sun go down (in your heart): song (17/533.7-1)

These foolish things: song (17/533.7-2 : 2 copies)

Straus, Oscar (1870-1954) Anglo-French

My hero {from The Chocolate Soldier} (17/535)

Strauss, Johann II (1825-1899) Austrian

Concert medley from Die Fledermaus: for mixed chor. w. p. acc. (07/035-1.2 : 2 copies)

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta (07/035-1.1 : 2 copies)

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta (07/035-1 : 3 copies)

For we love you still {from Waltzes from Vienna} (17/536-1)

The Gipsy baron: operetta (07/035-2 : 2 copies)

The laughing song {from Die Fledermaus} (17/536-2 (b))

The laughing song {from Die Fledermaus} (17/536-2 (a))

Night in Venice: operetta (07/035-3)

Night in Venice: operetta (new version) (libr.: 03/150-1 : 2 copies)

Pink Champagne: new version of Die Fledermaus [operetta] (07/035-4 : 3 copies)

Pink Champagne: new adaptation of Die Fledermaus [operetta] (libr.: 03/150-2)

Tales from the Vienna Woods: song (17/536-3)

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed chor. & orch. (p. voc. + sol-fa: 15/058)

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed v. (07/035-6 (a))

Waltzes from Vienna: musical romance (07/035-5 : 2 copies)

Strelezki, Anton

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini (16/050-3 [12])

Stromberg, John (1853-1902) American

If all the stars were mine: [song] (16/050-5 [ 9])

Strong, Michael

The light on the hill: song (17/539-1)

One day of gold: song (17/539-2)

Stroud, Arthur

Hail, Caledonia!: song (17/540)

Stuart, Leslie (1863-1928) English

The bandolero: song (10/045-7[4])

Florodora: musical comedy (07/036)

The shade of the palm {from Florodora}: song (16/050-4 [15])

The shade of the palm: [song] (17/540.5)

The soldiers of the Queen: [song] (16/050-4 [12])

Sturdy, Leslie (1921-2001) English

Haste you back (I/we love you dearly) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/541)

Sullens, Gertrude English

The Enchanted Emerald, or The Missing May Queen: fairy play (07/038)

Sullivan, Arthur (1842-1900) English

Choruses from The pirates of Penzance, or The slave of duty (15/059)

Cox and box; or, Long lost brothers: triumviretta (07/040-1 : 2 copies)

Edward Gray (17/544- 1)

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera (07/040-9 : 2 copies)

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera (libr.: 03/156-1)

The golden legend: cantata (01/073 : 3 copies)

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria (07/040-2 : 4 copies)

The gondoliers: piano selection with lyrics (09/187-2)

The gondoliers, or The King of Barataria (07/040-2 (e))

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria: comic opera (libr.: 03/155-1 : 2 copies)

Haddon Hall (07/040-3)

Hey willow waly o! {from Patience}: song or duet (17/544- 8)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor (Cramer : 07/040-4 : 3 copies)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera (school ed.) (Cramer : p. voc. + sol-fa: 07/040-4.1)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera (Metzler : 07/040-4.2 : 2 copies)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-2 : 2 copies)

Ho, Jolly Jenkin (the Friar's song) {from Ivanhoe} (17/544- 2)

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 1: [Mikado, Act 1 selection] (09/187(1) : 2 copies)

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 2: [Mikado, Act 2 selection] (09/187(2))

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 3: [Gondoliers, Act 1 selection] (09/187(3))

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 1 (07/041-10(1))

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 2 (07/041-10(2))

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 3 (07/041-10(3))

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan vol. 4 (07/041-10(4))

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri (07/040-5 : 3 copies)

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: entirely original fairy opera (Savoy edition) (07/040-5.1)

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-3)

The lost chord: song (17/544- 3 : 5 copies)

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: (Savoy edition) (07/040-6.2 : 2 copies)

  incl. 2-piano arr. for overture

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: piano solo (21/364-6)

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu (07/040-6 : 4 copies)

  incl. 2-piano arr. for overture

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-4 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

The Mikado, or The town of Titipu [new ed.]: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-4 (c))

My dearest heart: song (17/544- 4 : 3 copies)

O gladsome light {from The Golden Legend} (01/038[5] : 3 copies)

Orpheus with his lute (17/544- 5)

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: entirely new and original aesthetic opera (07/040-7 (d))

Patience, or Bunthorne's bride (07/040-7 (e))

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: (rev. ed.) (07/040-7 (a) (b) (c) : 3 copies)

The pirates of Penzance: piano selection with lyrics (09/187-3)

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty (07/040-8 : 3 copies)

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-5)

Poor wand'ring one {from The pirates of Penzance}: song (17/544- 9)

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: respectful operatic per-version of Tennyson's 'Princess' (07/041-1 (a))

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant (07/041-1 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-6 : 2 copies)

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: new comic opera (07/041-7 : 2 copies)

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/156-2)

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse (07/041-2 : 3 copies)

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [comic opera] (libr.: 03/155-7 : 2 copies)

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [pocket edition] (07/041-2[p])

The sentry's song {from Iolanthe} (17/544 -7)

Songs of two Savoyards (09/187-4)

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera (Metzler : 07/041-3 (c))

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera (07/041-3 (b))

The sorcerer: light opera (libr.: 03/155-8)

Take a pair of sparkling eyes {from The Gondoliers}: song (17/544-10)

Thou'rt passing hence (the Highland message): song (17/544- 6 : 2 copies)

Trial by jury: novel and original dramatic cantata (07/041-4 : 3 copies)

Vocal gems from 'Patience' (09/187-1)

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe}: Sir Brian's song (17/544-11)

The yeomen of the Guard; or, The merryman and his maid: new and original opera (07/041-5 (a))

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid (07/041-5 (b) (c) : 2 copies)

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid: [light opera] (libr.: 03/155-9)

The zoo: musical folly (07/041-6)

Suppé, Franz von (1819-1895) Austrian

The Finishing School: comic opera (07/053)

Swann, Donald (1923-1994) Welsh

Flanders & Swann song book: [10 songs] (09/189)

The hippopotamus song (17/546-1)

The youth of the heart {from The Lyric Revue} (17/546-2 : 2 copies)

Swinburne, W. H. English

An epitaph {from Two Songs} (17/546.3(1))

Swinyard, Laurence English

A cynical serenade: song for bass singers (17/546.5)

The Stranger: play for children (07/054 : 2 copies)

Talbot, Howard [=Richard Lansdale Munkittrick] (1865-1928) Irish-American

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play (21/248-3)

Daffodil time {from The Belle of Brittany}: song (10/045-8.1[13])

Tate, Arthur F. (1870-1950)

Somewhere a voice is calling: voc. duet for mez. & low v. (18/161)

Somewhere a voice is calling: song (17/547-1 : 3 copies)

Songs from Memory-Land: [4 songs] (09/191)

  1. Memory-Land 2. In the dusk 3. That hour with you 4. All roads lead home

Tate, James W.

A bachelor gay {from The Maid of the Mountains} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/547.5)

A paradise for two {from The maid of the mountains} (18/163)

Tate, Phyllis (1911-1987) English

The lark in the clear air: Irish air (17/547.8 : 3 copies)

Tauber, Richard (1892-1948) Anglo-Austrian

My heart and I {from Old Chelsea}: song (17/548-1 : 4 copies)

My world is gold (Because you love me) (17/548-2)

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893) Russian

Eugene Onégin: lyric scenes in 3 acts (06/059)

Tchaikowsky's songs: [44 songs] (09/193)

To the forest (17/550-3)

Temple, Hope [=Mrs. Andre Charles Prosper Messager] (1859-1938) Irish

An old garden: song (10/045-4[15])

An old garden: song (17/550.4)

An old garden: song (10/045-6[2])

Tennant, Sheena Irish

An Irish cradle song (17/550.5)

Terry, Richard Runciman (1865-1938) English

Shenandoah: shanty (windlass & capstan) (17/550.7)

Twelve Christmas carols: for 4 v. or unison (02/124 : 2 copies)

Thayer, Patrick

I travel the road (Who cares): song (17/550.5-2 : 2 copies)

Undivided: song (17/550.5-1)

Thiman, Eric (1900-1975) English

An Easter prayer (17/551-1)

Madonna and Child: carol (17/551-2 : 2 copies)

The Nativity: short Christmas cantata [for sop. & ten. soli & chor.] (01/074 : 2 copies)

The rainbow: song (17/551-3 : 3 copies)

The silver swan (17/551-4 : 2 copies)

Thomas, Ambroise (1811-1896) French

Mignon: opera (06/060 : 2 copies)

Mignon's song {from Mignon} (10/045-9[2])

Thomas, Arthur Goring (1850-1892) English

O vision entrancing! {from Esmeralda}: song (10/087[18])

Prithee, maiden: song (10/045-9[20])

Time's garden: song w. cello accomp. (set: 17/552-2)

Winds in the trees: song (17/552-3)

Thomas, John Rogers (1830-1896) English

Down by the river side I stray (16/050-1[17])

Eileen Alannah (17/552.3)

Eileen Alannah: [song] (16/050-4 [19])

We two (16/050-1[15])

Thompson, Fisher

Rio nights: song (17/552.35)

Thompson, Jack

Come, sing to me: duet (18/167)

An emblem: song (17/552.4 : 2 copies)

First song album (09/195)

  1. Rose of the World 2. Little bit of a man 3. Just because of you 4. The bells of Little Weston 5. April in a gown of blue

Thompson, William Lamartine (1847-1909) American

Gathering shells (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/272[1])

Gathering shells by the sea: [song and chorus (SA/TB)] (16/050-1[18])

[Songs by Thompson, Blockley and Hendrickson] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/272)

Thomson, David Cleghorn

The Knight of Bethlehem {from The Husband of Poverty}: St Francis song (17/552.5)

Tilzer, Albert Von (1878-1956) American

Teasing: song (16/050-5 [11])

Tippett, Michael (1905-1998) English

A child of our time: oratorio (08/055-1 : 2 copies)

5 Negro spirituals {from A Child of our time} (08/055-2)

Tomkins, Thomas (1572-1656) Welsh

When David heard: sacred song (for SAATB) (05/018.5)

Tootell, George

Tangles (Lollipop Land): fantastic operetta (07/055)

Topliff, Robert (1793-1868) English

Consider the lilies: {from St Matthew ch. 6} (10/045-9[3])

Tosti, Francesco Paolo (1846-1916) Anglo-Italian

Good-bye!: song (16/050-3 [25])

Goodbye: song (with violin ad lib.) (17/553-1 : 2 copies)

Love's way {from Love's Journey}: song (16/050-5 [ 2])

My dreams: song (17/553-2 : 2 copies)

My memories: song (10/045-9[4])

Parted: song (17/553-3 : 3 copies)

Tovey, Donald Francis (1875-1940) English

There be none of beauty's daughters, Op. 2 (17/553.1)

Trad.

Danny boy: song written to an old Irish air (17/553.2 : 2 copies)

Ye banks & braes: Scotch song (16/050-4 [ 7])

Travers, Elizabeth Maughan

Four poems (09/197)

  1. Listening In 2. The Church and the World 3. Preparation 4. Enforced Rest

Trevalsa, Joan [=Mrs W. R. Gurley] English

My treasure: song (17/553.3)

Trotère, Henri [=Henry Trotter] (1885-1929) English

Asthore (darling): song (16/050-5 [40])

In old Madrid: song (16/050-4 [21])

In your dear eyes: song (16/050-5 [14])

My old shako: song (17/553.4)

My old shako: song (10/045-7[6])

Within your heart: song (16/050-5 [ 6])

Tucker, Henry

Sweet Genevieve: ballad (17/553.5)

Tulloch, Arabella

Drat 'em! (The shepherd's song) (17/553.8)

Turner, Olive

Cradle song of the coast (17/553.85)

Valmore, Graham English

The vale of sleep: song (17/554)

Van Alstyne, Egbert Anson (1878-1951) American

Bright eyes, good-bye!: [song] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-5 [29])

Van Heusen, James (1913-1990) American

Busy doing nothing (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/554-1)

High hopes (17/554-2)

It's nice to go travelling (17/554-3)

Second time around (17/554-5)

Swinging on a star (17/554-4)

Various

The anthem book of The United Free Church of Scotland (02/201 : 2 copies)

The anthem book of The United Free Church of Scotland (sol-fa only: 44/050-1)

Anthems for choirs, 1: fifty anthems for mixed voices (OUP : org. + voc. sc.: 02/214(1))

Anthology of sacred song, vol. 4 - Bass: celebrated arias from selected oratorios (Schirmer : 14/018)

The best of vocal duets Bk 1: [21 songs] (15/004(1))

The best of vocal duets Bk 2: [15 songs] (15/040-2(2))

A book of recitatives: [30 songs] (11/036)

A book of recitatives, Pt 1 (1-30): for sop., mez. & ten. v. (19/085(1))

A book of recitatives, Pt 2 (contr., bar. & bass): [30 rec.] (voc. sc.: 19/085(2))

British minstrelsie: a representative collection of the songs of the Four Nations (p. voc. + sol-fa: 10/028.5)

British national and folk-songs, pt 3: for school use (10/027.6(3))

The British students' song book (Bayley & Ferguson : 10/027.51 : 2 copies)

The Cambridge hymnal (02/203-5)

Carols of today: seventeen original settings for mixed v. (02/205-4)

The cathedral psalter chants (02/205-6)

Cavalier songs: [15 songs by Henry Lawes, John Wilson, Nicholas Lanier, &c] (10/003.5)

Chappell ballads Bk 1: [23 songs] (10/002(1))

The Christian choir (Sankey & McGranahan): [79 hymns, etc] (02/206-1)

The Christian world album of sacred songs: [90 songs] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 02/207-1)

Christmas carols (02/208-1)

Christmas carols new and old (02/208-2)

The Church anthem book: one hundred anthems authorised for use in public worship (p. voc. + sol-fa: 02/202-1 : 2 copies)

Church anthems, ancient & modern: for all seasons (org. + voc. sc.: 02/202-2 : 2 copies)

The [Presbyterian] Church hymnary (3rd ed.): with music (02/203-1)

The Clarendon song books, 1: [31 songs] (10/004.5-1)

The Clarendon song books, 3: [19 songs] (10/004.5-3)

A collection of hymns for the use of the people called Methodists (Wesley hymns): with a new supplement [and] tunes (chor. sc.: 02/206-3)

The community sing-song book: [60 songs] (10/005)

Community song-book No. 4: [32 songs] (10/006(4))

Community song book: [61 songs] (Curwen : 10/006 : 2 copies)

Community songs (News Chronicle song book) (10/007)

Congregational praise: [hymns, psalms, canticles, carols, etc for use by the Congregational Union] (02/203-2)

Contemporary hit duets: 13 vocal duets w. p. accomp. (15/003)

Contralto songs, 1st Series (Bayley & Ferguson : 12/015-1 : 2 copies)

The Cowley carol book: for Christmas, Easter & Ascensiontide (02/205-3)

Duets for ladies voices: 24 songs (18/190-1)

Dunblane praises no. 1: [16 hymns] (02/212(1))

Eight famous mezzo-soprano songs (11/039)

Eight Negro spirituals: for SSA unaccomp. (15/008.5)

Elizabethan love-songs [1st and 2nd Set in 1 vol.]: [2 sets of 30 songs] (10/009)

Elizabethan love-songs, 1st Set: [30 songs] (10/009(1))

Elizabethan love-songs, 1st Set: [30 songs] (10/009[1])

Elizabethan love-songs, 2nd Set: [30 songs] (10/009(2) : 2 copies)

Elizabethan love-songs, 2nd Set: [30 songs] (10/009[2])

The EMI book of parlour songs: [58 songs] (10/060-9)

English ayres 1598-1612, vol. 1: [21 songs] (10/089[ 4])

The English hymnal: with tunes (02/203-4)

English Renaissance songs: [20 songs] for voice & guitar (10/010)

Erin's own songs: 20 songs (10/033-2)

Faith, folk & festivity: collection of songs (02/211-1)

Faith, folk & nativity: new collection of songs (02/211-2)

Favorite songs of Ireland: 14 songs (10/052)

Favourite Hawaiian songs: [12 songs] (10/033-5)

The fellowship song book, Pt 1: [87 songs] (10/011)

Festival of Britain 1951: music for choral concert (01/038 : 3 copies)

The Fifties (The Decades): [40 songs] (10/050-3(4))

Fifty minstrel songs (10/050-1)

Five celebrated songs for baritone voice (14/014)

Five famous songs for soprano voice (11/046-2)

Folk, national and art songs (10/014-1)

Folk, national and art songs Bk 2 (voc. sc.: 10/014-1(2))

Folk, national and art songs Bk 3 (10/014-1(3))

Folk songs from China (arr. Redman): [10 songs] (10/060-5)

Folk songs from Somerset, 2nd ser. (10/013.1(2))

Folk-songs from Somerset, Set 2 (10/013(2))

The Forties (The Decades): [40 songs] (10/050-3(3))

Forty Elizabethan love-songs Bk 1 (1-10) (voc. sc.: 10/009.5)

Fourteen Psalm settings of the early Reformed Church in Scotland (02/205-5)

14 vocal duets: for sop. & bar. (Bayley & Ferguson : 15/016-1)

Francis & Day's hill-billy album No. 1: [24 songs] (10/014-3)

Francis & Day's 61st album: [23 songs] (10/014.8)

Francis & Day's song & dance album Winter 1930: [15 songs] (10/014-4)

A golden treasury of song, Vol 1: [49 songs inc. 6 duets] (Boosey : 10/018(1) : 2 copies)

A golden treasury of song, vol. 2: [40 songs] (Boosey : 14/025 [4])

A golden treasury of song, vol. 2: [40 songs] (Boosey : 10/018(2))

Hawaiian song folio: [10 songs] (10/033-6)

Hawaiian songs: [10 songs] (10/033-4)

The hundred best short songs Bk 1: [24 songs] (10/090(1) : 2 copies)

The hundred best short songs Bk 2: [24 songs] (10/090(2) : 2 copies)

The hundred best short songs Bk 3: [24 songs] (10/090(3) : 2 copies)

The hundred best short songs Bk 4: [28 songs] (Paterson : 10/090(4))

Hymns for church and school: 4th ed. of Public Schools Hymn Book (02/206-4)

In two parts: coll. folk, classical & mod. two-part songs (15/014.5 : 2 copies)

International song Book: 76 songs (10/018.1 : 2 copies)

The journey (Festival Service Book 7): meditation with words and music (02/209(7))

Kingsway carol book (02/205-1 : 3 copies)

Leng's merry songs: [63 songs] (10/061-8)

The music lovers' album vol. 1-4 (parts 1-32): [9 melodies in each weekly part] (16/030(1-4))

The music lovers' album vol. 1-4 (parts 1-32) - Introductory matter: "Prelude to this part" by Sir Landon Ronald (parts 1-4) & Clarence Lucas (parts 5-8) (16/030(1-4))

The music lovers' album Pts 7, 13-15, 21-22, 24 [only]: [9 melodies in each weekly part] (16/030(X))

The music lovers' portfolio nos. 9-16 [1921-22]: [songs & p. solos] (16/010 (b))

Music, song and dance vol. 2: selection of classic and modern compositions (16/013-3(2))

Music, song and dance vol. 3: selection of classic and modern compositions (16/013-3(3))

The musical library. Vocal, vol. 1 (1834) nos. 1-44 pp. 1-172; vol. 2 nos. 47-?? pp. 1-164 (Periodical)

National album, no. 1: Baritone songs: [6 compositions] (14/008-3)

The national melodist: [collection of 140 of the best English, Irish, Scottish and American songs] (10/060-7)

The national song book: folk-songs, carols & rounds for the use of schools (10/020.5 : 2 copies)

National songs with descants (Novello : 10/020.5)

The national youth song book (10/021 : 2 copies)

The new national and folk song book, pt 2 (10/020.5(2))

The Newcastle Chronicle portfolio: popular songs, duets, etc. (10/021.5-1)

News Chronicle Christmastide melodies: carols, songs, piano music (16/012)

  comprises 45 carols, 11 Christmas songs & 6 piano solos

News-Chronicle music for the home: fav. songs, famous waltzes, renowned piano pieces, arias from grand opera, etc (16/012.5 : 2 copies)

  incl. 15 songs & 9 arias, etc

News Chronicle song book: community songs, Negro spirituals, plantation songs, children's songs, sea shanties, hymns & carols (10/021.5 : 2 copies)

Nine famous contralto songs (12/016)

Old English melodies: [21 songs] (10/022.5 (a))

Old English melodies: [21 songs] (10/022.5 (b)-(e) : 4 copies)

On stage with the Black & White Minstrels: [10 songs] (10/044-4)

The Oxford book of carols (02/210 : 2 copies)

The Oxford easy anthem book, with supplement: [50 anthems, with 9 settings of Canticles, etc] (org. + voc. sc.: 02/202-3)

The Oxford S.A.B. carol book (02/210-2)

The Oxford song book vol. 2: [140 items incl. fiddle tunes & fragments] (10/023(2))

Paramount song book: [78 community songs] (10/023.4 : 4 copies)

The Penguin book of Christmas carols (02/208-3)

The Peter Maurice song and dance album No. 19: [16 tunes] (10/026-2( 9))

The Peter Maurice song and dance album No. 19: [12 tunes] (10/026-2(19))

The 'pick of the bunch' for sopranos: [7 songs] (11/045-2)

Popular music and dancing weekly, vol. 1 (1934-35) nos. 2, 17, 29, 34: [six songs in each number] (Periodical)

Popular music and film song weekly, vol. 1 (1937-38) nos. 1, 2, 4-7, 10: [six songs in each number] (Periodical)

Queensway carol book (02/205-2 : 3 copies)

[Reay miscellany] (10/075)

[Reay miscellany 2] (10/076)

Rocky Mountain rhythm song book No. 1: [7 songs] (10/026-3)

The Rose Jubilee song book: [8 songs] (10/026)

The Ruby song folio: popular songs & duets (10/026.5)

Sacred songs, ancient and modern: [100 songs] (02/207-2)

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

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

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

The Scottish psalter (1929) - authorized version (pointed): with chants (chor. sc.: 02/201-2.1)

The Scottish psalter (1929) - metrical version: with tunes (chor. sc.: 02/201-2.2)

The Scottish psalter (1929) and Church hymnary (1928) (chor. sc.: 02/201-2)

The Scottish students' song book (Bayley & Ferguson : 10/027.5 : 5 copies)

Sea songs and shanties (5.ed): [63 songs] (Books)

Second book of songs for bass and baritone: [6 songs] (14/015(2))

Second Peter Dawson album: 8 famous bar. songs (14/016-1(2))

The second Star folio of popular songs: [57 pieces] (10/059(2))

Select English songs and dialogues of the 16th and 17th centuries Bk 2: [12 songs] (10/028)

Selected descant and two-part songs Bk 1 (15/011)

Selected opera gems Bk 1: [15 songs] (Eclipse : 10/046(1))

Selected vocal music [for schools] (15/011.51)

A selection of part songs and madrigals for male voices (15/019 : 2 copies)

  123 songs, arranged alphabetically by title

A selection of part songs and madrigals for mixed voices, A-G (15/019(1))

  113 songs, arranged alphabetically by title

A selection of part songs and madrigals for mixed voices, H-R (15/019(2))

  100+ songs, arranged alphabetically by title

A selection of part songs and madrigals for mixed voices, S-Y (15/019(3))

  100 songs, arranged alphabetically by title

Serio comic song album: [53 songs] (10/050-6)

[7 songs, mainly American, pp.1-16 of a larger album] (16/050-1[14-20])

[7 songs, mainly American, pp.1-24 of a larger album (16/050-1 [7-13])

Seventeen classical songs (10/004-6)

Seventeen national and traditional songs: for choirs of ten., bar. & bass. of lim. voc. range (15/009.5)

Sing together!: 100 songs for unison singing (10/049)

Six sacred songs for contralto, Set 1 (12/015-4.1)

Six standard English songs: for ten. & bar. duet (15/012)

  1. Here's to the Maiden of Bashful Fifteen 2. Drink to Me Only 3. Simon the Cellarer 4. Polly Oliver 5. The Well of St Keyne 6. A-Hunting We Will Go

Six standard English songs: for sop. & cont duet (Enoch & Sons : 15/012-2)

  1. I've Been Roaming 2.Cherry Ripe 3.The Peace of the Valley 4.Love Was Once a Little Boy 5.On the Banks of the Allan Water 6.The Coach to Balmain

Six Tudor songs: [for voice & guitar] (10/034)

16 vocal duets: for ten. & bar. (Bayley & Ferguson : 15/016-2 : 3 copies)

The Sixties (70 years of popular music): [40 songs] (10/050-4(5))

Sixty old-time variety songs (p. voc. + sol-fa: 10/066)

62 classical recitatives (ABRSM : 11/036-2)

62 classical recitatives, Pt 1 (1-33): for sop., mez. & ten. v. (19/080(1))

62 Volkslieder (Popular songs) (10/034.5)

[Song album 1] (10/045-1)

[Song album 2] (10/045-2)

[Song album 3] (10/045-3)

Song book (Trinity College of Music), Part 1 Sect. 2 for men's voices: [9 songs: 3 ten., 3 bar., 3 bass] (19/090(1.2))

The song folio no. 4: standard voc. music by favorite foreign & American composers [107 pieces] (10/036(4))

Songs for bass and baritone: [6 songs] (14/015(1))

Songs from Shakespeare's tragedies: [20 songs] for concert or damatic use (10/037)

Songs from the oratorios (Music-lovers' library) (p. voc. + sol-fa: 10/070)

Songs of England vol. 1: [100 songs] (Boosey : 10/060-1(1))

The songs of England, vol. 2: [107] melodies (10/031(2))

Songs of Ireland: [101 songs] incl. most fav. of Moore's Irish melodies (Boosey : 10/060-3)

Songs of Ireland: [29 songs] (Wise : 10/050-2)

Songs of praise (enlarged ed.): [collection of hymns, national in character] (02/203-3)

Songs of Scandinavia and Northern Europe: [83 songs] (Boosey : 10/060-4)

Songs of the ages (Dunstan & Bygott): [142 songs] (Books)

Songs, rounds and duets for schools (15/011.52)

Songs that never die: comprehensive collection (Books)

Soprano songs, 1st Series: [33 songs] (Bayley & Ferguson : 11/043(1) : 2 copies)

Standard bass-baritone songs Bk 1: [4 songs] (14/015-2(1))

The 'Strand' musical portfolio no. [1], 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 15 [1910-11]: [songs & p. solos] (Periodical)

The Strand musical portfolio [New ser.] no. 13 [1930] (Periodical)

Students' songs Bk 1: [9 songs] for male v. & piano (10/029.5(1) : 3 copies)

Students' songs Bk 2: [7 songs] for male v. & piano (10/029.5(2))

Students' songs Bk 3: [7 songs] for male v. & piano (10/029.5(3))

The Sunday album of sacred song: classical & popular (Bayley & Ferguson : p. voc. + sol-fa: 02/207-4)

Superb songs (10/044-3)

Ten light and humorous songs, vol. 2 (10/065(2))

Tenor songs: [35 songs] (Bayley & Ferguson : 13/020-6)

The Thirties (70 years of popular music): [40 songs] (10/050-4(2))

Thirty-five classical songs (Novello : 10/004-1 : 2 copies)

Thirty-six classical songs (Novello : 10/004-2 : 2 copies)

This is show business, vol. 1: [16 songs] (10/061-9(1))

This is show business, vol. 2: [17 songs] (10/061-9(2))

This is show business, vol. 5: [13 songs] (10/061-9(5))

Tit-Bits Silver Jubilee souvenir album: [16 songs] (10/040)

The training college song book: [50 songs] (10/041.5)

The treasury of Easter music and music for Passiontide: [78 pieces] (02/207-3)

12 descriptive songs for baritone or bass (14/014-3)

Twelve popular duets for soprano and contralto voices (15/020-1)

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

12 Sacred songs for bass, vol. 2 (10/045-8.3[3])

  6 arias and songs by Bach, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Gounod

Twelve songs: for male v. in 3 parts (15/013)

Twelve 3-part songs: for male v. of lim. range (15/014)

The Twenties (Music for the Millenium): [20 songs] (10/050-9)

The Twenties (70 years of popular music): [40 songs] (10/050-4(1) : 2 copies)

25 classical songs: [for school use] (10/051)

24 vocal duets: for sop. & contr. (Bayley & Ferguson : 15/016(1) : 4 copies)

Twenty-six classical songs (Novello : 10/041.2 : 2 copies)

The wayfarer's part song book (15/010-2)

The Weekly Telegraph song folio: [100] popular songs, duets, etc. (10/043-2)

The world's favourite songs No. 2: [10 songs] (10/043-1( 2) : 2 copies)

The world's favourite songs No. 10: [10 songs] (10/043-1(10))

Varlamov, Alexander Egorovich (1801-1848) Russian

The red sarafan: song (17/570.8)

Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958) English

Benedicite: cantata [for sop.& chor.] (01/076-1 : 8 copies)

Benedicite: cantata [for sop. & chor.] (OUP : 01/038[2] : 3 copies)

Bright is the ring of words {from Songs of Travel, pt 1} (17/555-8)

A Cotswold romance: cantata [for sop. & ten. soli & mixed chor.] (01/076-2 : 2 copies)

Fantasia on Christmas carols: for bar. solo, chor. & orch. (02/128-2 : 2 copies)

Festival Te Deum: founded on trad themes (01/076-3.5)

Flourish for a congregation: for chor. & orch. (01/076-4 : 3 copies)

Folk songs of the four seasons: cantata [women's v.] (01/076-5)

Greensleeves: English folk-song (17/555-7)

The Hundredth Psalm: for chor. & orch. (01/076-6 : 3 copies)

In Windsor Forest: cantata for mixed voices adapted from 'Sir John in Love' (01/076-6.5)

Linden Lea: Dorset song (17/555-1 : 3 copies)

Linden Lea: Dorset song (10/087[15])

Lord, Thou hast been our refuge: motet for chor., sem-chor. & orch. (or organ) (05/019-1 : 2 copies)

O, clap your hands: motet for mixed choir (SATB) & orch. (05/019-2 : 2 copies)

The Old Hundredth Psalm tune (All people that on Earth do dwell): [coronation anthem] for choir, cong, orch. & org. (org. + voc. sc.: 02/128-1 : 2 copies)

On Wenlock Edge: cycle of six songs for tenor voice w. p-f. & str. quart. (ad lib.) (13/093)

On Wenlock Edge: a cycle of six songs for ten. voice w. acomp. of piano & str. quart. (ad lib.) (09/198-2)

Orpheus with his lute {from Henry VIII}: song (17/555-2 : 2 copies)

The roadside fire {from Songs of Travel} (17/555-6)

A sea symphony: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. (01/076-7 : 4 copies)

Serenade to music: [for SATB soli & chor.] (01/076-8 : 5 copies)

Silent noon (17/555-3 (g))

Silent noon (17/555-3 : 6 copies)

The sky above the roof (17/555-9)

Songs of travel, Part 1 (10/076[9])

  1. The vagabond 2. Bright is the ring of words 3. The roadside fire

Songs of travel, Part 1 (09/198(1) : 3 copies)

  1. The vagabond 2. Bright is the ring of words 3. The roadside fire

Songs of travel, Part 2 (10/055[3])

  1. Let beauty awake 2. Youth and love 3. In dreams 4. The infinite shining heavens

Songs of travel, Part 2 (09/198(2))

  1. Let beauty awake 2. Youth and love 3. In dreams 4. The infinite shining heavens

Toward the unknown region: song (01/076-9 : 4 copies)

Two English folk-songs: arr. for voice & violin (set: 09/198-3)

  1. Searching for lambs 2. The lawyer

The vagabond {from Songs of Travel, pt 1} (17/555-4)

The water mill (17/555-5 : 2 copies)

Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901) Italian

Aida: opera (concert ed.) (06/063-2 : 3 copies)

Miserere scene {from Il Trovatore}: voc. duet (18/171-1)

Nabucco: opera (06/063-4)

Il trovatore: [songs & p. selection] (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/017-1)

Vinci, Leonardo (1690-1730) Italian

Come then, pining, peevish lover {from Lionel and Clarissa} (17/557)

Vita, Alfred de

Softly as I leave you (17/558-1)

Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) German

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: sel. words & music (16/099)

Walther's prize song (Morn, like a rose) {from The Meistersingers} (16/020( 4) [3])

Wakefield, A. M.

No sir!: Spanish ballad (16/050-5 [17])

Wallace, William (1860-1940) Scottish

Freebooter songs (09/204)

  1. Minnie song 2. Ths rebel 3. Son of mine 4. Up in the saddle

The outlaw: ballad (01/084)

Wallace, William Vincent (1812-1865) Irish

Maritana: opera (06/075-1 (b))

'Tis the harp in the air {from Maritana}: romance (10/045-9[5])

Walters, Leslie (1902-1998) English

Invitation to Arcady (17/560)

Lord, in thy name I rest me: hymn for unaccomp. double chor. (02/131.5)

Walther, Madeleine Clark

Dweller in dreams (17/561)

Walton, William (1902-1983) English

Belshazzar's feast: for mixed choir, bar. solo & orch. (08/061 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

Three songs (09/205)

  1. Daphne 2. Through gilded trellises 3. Old Sir Faulk

The winds (17/562)

Ward, Clementine

Flowerland or, The lady gardeners: operetta for equal v. (07/057-2)

Princess Ju Ju, or The golden Amulet: Japanese operetta (07/057)

Warlock, Peter [=Philip Heseltine] (1894-1930) English

As ever I saw (17/563-7)

As ever I saw (10/088[ 6])

Away to Twiver (17/563-8)

A book of [12] songs (09/206)

A book of [12] songs (10/088[ 7])

Captain Stratton's fancy: song (17/563-1)

Hey, troly loly lo: song (10/087[11])

In an arbour green: song (17/563-2 : 2 copies)

The jolly shepherd: song (10/089[ 7])

Mourn no moe: [song] (10/089[ 8])

My gostly fader: [song] (10/089[ 9])

Peter Warlock's fancy: song (17/563-3)

Peter Warlock's fancy: song (10/089[ 5])

Piggesnie: song (10/087[12])

Sigh no more, ladies (17/563-9)

Sleep (17/563-4)

Sweet content (17/563-5)

There is a lady sweet and kind (17/563-6)

Whenas the rye: song (10/089[ 6])

Yarmouth Fair: Norfolk folk-song (17/563-10)

Warren, Peter

Let me this day: based on an old Wesh folk song (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/565)

Watson, Michael (1840-1899) English

All in a garden fair: song (16/050-4 [32])

Anchored!: song (10/045-4[26])

Stars of Earth!: song adapted (with violin or cello obbl.) to cavatina by Joachim Raff (10/045-4[10])

Webber, Andrew Lloyd (1948- English

Cats: the songs from the musical (09/207-1)

Don't cry for me Argentina {from Evita} (17/566 : 2 copies)

Jesus Christ Superstar: rock opera (musical excerpts, complete libretto) (07/057.5)

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: [abridged vocal selection - 14 songs] (09/207-2)

Memory {from Cats} (17/566-2)

The music of the night {from The Phantom of the Opera} (17/566-3)

The Phantom of the Opera: [vocal selection - 9 songs] (09/207-3)

Webber, William Lloyd (1914-1982) English

The lyre of Orpheus: four songs for fem. v. (SSC) (15/053)

  1. Hymn to Apollo 2. Pastoral (The Shepherds) 3. Lament (The Nymphs) 4. Nocturne (The Muses)

The Saviour: meditation upon the death of Christ, for ten. & bass soli, SATB & org. (org. + voc. sc.: 02/132)

Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826) German

Invitation to the dance: for mixed v. (15/073 : 3 copies)

Invitation to the dance: vocal adapt. for film Three Smart Girls Grow Up (17/567-1 : 2 copies)

The Jubilee cantata (Harvest cantata) Op. 58: [for SATB soli & chor.] (01/085)

Weelkes, Thomas (c.1575-1623) English

Alleluia. I heard a voice: anthem for 5 v. (Rev. 5:12,13) (org. + voc. sc.: 02/134)

Weill, Kurt (1900-1950) German

Mack the knife {from The Threepenny Opera} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/568-1)

September song {from Knickerbocker Holiday} (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/568-2)

Weiss, Willoughby Hunter (1820-1867) English

The village blacksmith: song (Weekes : 17/569.5 (b))

The village blacksmith: song (17/569.5)

Wellings, Milton (1850-1929) English

Golden love: song (10/045-4[ 8])

Wenrich, Percy (1887-1952) American

Minnetonka (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/570)

Wesley, Samuel Sebastian (1810-1876) English

The wilderness: anthem for solo v. & chor. w. org. accomp. (org. + voc. sc.: 02/136)

Westendorf, Thomas P. (1848-1923) American

I'll take you home again, Kathleen (17/594[2])

Weston, Robert Patrick [=Robert Harris] (1878-1936) English

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile (17/570.3)

White, Constance V. [=Alfred William Rawlings] (1860-1924) English

Sleep & forget: [song] (16/050-5 [20])

White, Maude Valérie (1855-1937) English

The devout lover: song (w. violin ad lib.) (set: 17/571-2 : 4 copies)

So we'll go no more a roving: song (17/571-3)

So we'll go no more a roving (10/076[7])

When June is past: [song] (16/050-3 [20])

Whiting, Richard A. (1891-1938) American

Ain't we got fun? (17/572-1)

Till we meet again (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/572-2)

Wightman, John

Tewkesbury road: song (17/573-2)

Twilight it is: song (17/573)

Willcocks, David (1919- English

Carols for choirs, 2: fifty carols for Christmas & Advent (OUP : 02/204(2) : 2 copies)

Carols for choirs, 3: fifty carols (OUP : 02/204(3))

Carols for choirs, 4: fifty carols for sopranos and altos (OUP : 02/204(4) : 3 copies)

Willeby, Charles

Autumn days: song (17/575-1)

The birds go North again (17/575-3)

Coming home (17/575-4 : 2 copies)

Cuttin' rushes: song (16/050-3 [ 6])

Mandalay: song (17/575-5)

Summer rain (17/575-2)

When Spring comes laughing: song (10/045-9[14])

Williams, Charles Lee (1853-1935) English

Olwen: song (17/577)

Williams, Gerrard

The crooning from Inisfail (17/578)

Williams, Gus (1848-1915) American

See that my grave's kept green: [song and chorus (SATB)] (16/050-1[19])

Williams, Hugh [=Wilhelm Grosz] (1894-1939) Anglo-Austrian

Red sails in the sunset (17/579)

Williams, Joseph Benjamin (1847-1923) English

Larboard watch: duet (p. voc. + sol-fa: 16/050-4 [ 5])

Williamson, Malcolm (1931-2003) Australian

Harvest thanksgiving: for choir & organ (org. + voc. sc.: 02/138-1)

Procession of palms (02/138-2 : 2 copies)

6 Christmas songs for the young (09/211 : 2 copies)

The stone wall: cassation for audience & orch. (chor. sc.: 01/086)

Twelve new hymn tunes (02/138-3)

Willson, Robert Meredith (1902-1984) American

The Music Man: musical comedy (07/057.7)

The Music Man: [musical] (libr.: 03/190 : 2 copies)

Wilson, H. Lane (1870-1915) English

Carmeña: voc. waltz (17/581-1)

Come, all ye lads and lasses {from Flora's Holiday}: quartet (Boosey : 18/179-3(1))

Come let's be merry (Boosey : 17/581-4)

The country dance {from Flora's Holiday}: quartet (Boosey : 18/179-3(3))

False Phyllis (17/581-2)

Tenor and baritone: humorous (vocal) duet (18/179-2 : 2 copies)

The two beggars: humorous duet for ten. & bar. or bass (18/179-1 : 2 copies)

When dull care (Boosey : 17/581-5)

Wilson, Sandy (1924- English

The Boy Friend: a new musical comedy of the 1920s (libr.: 03/192)

The Boy Friend: a new musical comedy of the 1920s (07/057.8)

The Boy Friend (piano selection) (17/580)

Winkler, Franz

Forever and ever (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/584)

Witty, James

Little Mary Fawcett: song (17/586)

Wolfe, Jacques (1896-1973) American

Short'nin' bread (17/589-1)

Wolsey, Newman

Into thy hands: sacred song (16/050-4 [36])

Wood, Charles (1866-1926) Irish

Ethiopia saluting the colours: song (17/589.5-2)

The jug of punch: Irish folk-song (17/589.5)

O Thou, the Central Orb: anthem {for TrATB] (org. + voc. sc.: 02/142 : 4 copies)

Wassail: 4-part song, SATB (p. voc. + sol-fa: 18/180)

Wood, Haydn (1882-1959) English

Bird of love divine (17/590- 1)

A brown bird singing: song (17/590- 5)

Dearest, I love the morning: song (17/590- 2)

A dog to walk with me (17/590- 7)

God is guiding me: sacred song (17/590-14)

God make me kind (17/590- 3 : 2 copies)

Haydn Wood album: [8 songs] (09/213)

I count It all: song (17/590- 9 : 2 copies)

I shall be there: song (17/590- 4 : 2 copies)

It is only a tiny garden: song (17/590- 6 : 2 copies)

Love's garden of roses: song (17/590- 17)

'Maypril': song of Spring (17/590- 8)

Princess Elizabeth of England: song (17/590-13)

Roses of Picardy: song (17/590-15 : 3 copies)

Song of a thankful heart: song (17/590-16)

The village that nobody knows: song (17/590-10)

When the home-bells ring again: song (17/590-12)

Whene'er you call: song (17/590-11)

Wood, Henry Joseph (1869-1944) English

Six songs Op. 15 (09/215)

Woodforde-Finden, Amy (1860-1919) English

Four Indian love lyrics (09/217 : 6 copies)

  1. The Temple Bells 2. Less Than the Dust 3. Kashmiri Song 4. Till I Wake

Kashmiri song {from Four Indian Love Lyrics} (17/592-1 : 2 copies)

O flower of all the world: song (17/592-2)

The pathway of the moon: song (17/592-3)

Woodgate, Leslie (1902-1961) English

A hymn to the Virgin Op. 1 No.1: cantata (01/086[1])

Safe home!: song (17/592.5)

The white island (Place of the Blest) Op. 1 No.2: [cantata] (01/086[2])

Woodman, R. Huntington (1861-1943) American

A birthday: song (Schirmer : 17/593-1 (c) (d) : 2 copies)

A birthday: song (Winthrop Rogers : 17/593-1 (a) (b) : 2 copies)

I am thy harp: [song] (17/593-2)

Thy heart is like a gentle stream: song (17/593-3)

Wordsworth, William (1908-1988) English

The image: vocal setting for high voice (17/593.5)

Work, Henry Clay (1832-1884) American

My grandfather's clock (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/594[1])

[Songs by Work and Westendorf] (17/594)

Wright, Lawrence (1888-1964) English

Are We Downhearted? No! (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/594.5)

Wright, Robert (1914-2005) American

The Great Waltz: [based on music by Johann Strauss I & II adapted by E.W. Korngold] (libr.: 03/195-2)

Kismet: musical Arabian night [from themes by Alexander Borodin] (libr.: 03/195-1 : 2 copies)

Kismet: musical Arabian night (07/058-1)

Song of Norway: operetta (07/058)

Wrubel, Allie (1905-1973) American

Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/595)

Youmans, Vincent (1898-1946) American

I want to be happy {from No No Nanette} (17/598-1)

Tea for two {from No No Nanette} (17/598-2)

Without a song {from Great Day} (17/598-3)

Young, Dalhousie (1866-1921) English

Dithering ditties: ridiculous rhymes set for singing (09/219)

  1. Antigua 2. Kidderminster 3. Calcutta 4. Spain 5. Powder & Paint 6. The Tutor 7. Go to Father 8. Peter Piper 9. Nepaul

Zeller, Carl (1842-1898) Austrian

The Bird Seller (Der Vogelhändler): operetta (07/059)

The nightingale: song (17/600-2)

Zimmermann, Charles A. (1862-1916) American

Anchors aweigh: song of the Navy (p. voc. + sol-fa: 17/605-1)

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