Vocal Music - arranged by Song Writer/Librettist

from the Library of the
North East of Scotland Music School

Tuesday 25th June 2019

Complete list of Song Writers & Librettists

A. L.

see Lehmann, Amelia

A. P.

see Paladilhe, A.

A. S.

see Stanton, A. S.

Abeniacar, Carlo

Luna Nova: canzone marinaresca; versi di Salvatore di Giacomo; Ital. by Carlo Abeniacar (10/045-5[22] : Costa)

Ablett, Norman

You never saw my garden: song; words and music by Norman Ablett (17/002 : Ablett)

Abt, Franz

The wanderer's dream (Du bist die Welt): song; composed by Franz Abt (16/050-3 [19] : Abt)

Acworth, Harry Arbuthnot

Caractatus Op. 35: cantata [for STBarB soli & chor.]; words by H.A. Acworth (01/037-6 : Elgar)

Scenes from the Saga of King Olaf: for STB soli, chor. & orch.; words by H.W. Longfellow & H.A. Acworth (01/037-5 : Elgar)

Adam, Helen Douglas

The little green house; words by Helen Douglas Adam (song: 17/232-3 : Gretchaninoff)

Adams, Katharine

Christ went up into the hills: song; poem by Katharine Adams (17/241-1 : Hageman)

Adams, Sarah Flower

Nearer, my God, to Thee: sacred song; words by Sarah Flower Adams (17/113.2 : Carey)

Nearer, my God, to Thee: [for solo v. & SATB chor.]; words by Sarah Adams (02/046(3) : Gardner)

Adcock, Almey St John

The Dorothy Perkins rose: song; words by Almey St John Adcock (17/113-2 : Carew)

Early in the morning Op. 46 No. 4: song; words by Almey St John Adcock (17/448-12 : Phillips)

Love the Jester Op. 46 No. 1: song; words by Almey St John Adcock (17/448-11 : Phillips)

Adler, Kurt

Operatic anthology, vol. 1 (soprano): [42 songs]; comp. Kurt Adler (11/040-4)

Adler, Richard

Heart {from Damn Yankees}; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross (song: 17/005-2 : Adler)

I'm not at all in love; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross (song: 17/005-1 : Adler)

Adrian, Walter

Bird of Spring: song; words by Walter Adrian (17/169.3 : Dumayne)

Agrell, Margery Georgina

To one who passed whistling through the night; words by Margery Agrell (song: 17/219-2 : Gibbs)

Aiken, Conrad

Music I heard with you; poem by Conrad Aiken (low v.: 17/241-3 : Hageman)

Albert, Eugen d'

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

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

Alexander, Howard

Deep in the quiet forest; words by Howard Alexander (song: 17/280 : Henley)

Resting: song; words by Howard Alexander (17/391-1 : Mayerl)

Alexander, Mrs Cecil Frances

There is a green hill far away: sacred song; words by Mrs C.F. Alexander (17/226-5 : Gounod)

Allen, Andrew

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song; written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen (17/530.2 : Stanley)

Allen, Harvey

One song is in my heart: song; words by Harvey Allen (17/142.6 : Cripps)

Alnwick, H.

Drat 'em! (The shepherd's song); words by H. Alnwick (17/553.8 : Tulloch)

Altmann, Wilhelm

Eleven string quartets Opp. 74, 76 & 77, complete; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (42/018-6 : Haydn)

Piano concerto no. 3 C minor Op. 37; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (04/003-3 : Beethoven)

Piano concerto no. 2 Bb major Op. 83; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (04/007-7 : Brahms)

Seven quartets Op. 51 ('Seven words of Jesus Christ'); rev. Wilhelm Altmann (04/014-7 : Haydn)

String quartet C minor Op. 18 No. 4; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (04/005-4 : Beethoven)

String quartets Opp. 42, 50 & 54; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (42/018-4 : Haydn)

String quartets Opp.20 & 33, complete; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (42/018-3 : Haydn)

Twelve string quartets Opp. 55, 64 & 71, complete; ed. Wilhelm Altmann (42/018-5 : Haydn)

Ambient, Mark

Chorus, gentlemen!: song; words by Mark Ambient (17/352- 1 : Lohr)

Amoore, May

Just a ray of sunlight: song; words by May Amoore (17/527-4 : Squire)

Andersen, Hans Christian

The little tin soldier: [song]; [words] by F. E. Weatherly (after Hans Andersen) (16/050-5 [ 7] : Molloy)

Anderson, Arthur

Poëm (In your eyes): voc. valse, w. violin & cello obbl.; words by Arthur Anderson (28/020 (a) : Fibich)

Anderson, L.

The crookit bawbee: old ballad; addl. words by L. Anderson (voc. duet: 18/005 : Anderson)

Anderson, Lady (Muriel)

A dog to walk with me; words by Lady (Muriel) Anderson (song: 17/590- 7 : Wood)

Anderson, Maxwell

September song {from Knickerbocker Holiday}; words by Maxwell Anderson (song: 17/568-2 : Weill)

Anderson, Tom

Da Mirrie dancers: book of Shetland fiddle tunes; ed. Tom Anderson (26/003-1)

Gie's an A: Shetland fiddle tunes; ed. Tom Anderson (26/003-2)

Haand me doon da fiddle: Shetland fiddle music; ed. Tom Anderson (26/003-3)

Ringing strings: trad. Shetland music & dance; ed. Tom Anderson (26/003-4)

Anon.

As ever I saw; Anon. (low v.: 10/088[ 6] : Warlock)

As ever I saw; Anon. (high v.: 17/563-7 : Warlock)

Away to Twiver; Anon. (song: 17/563-8 : Warlock)

Because I were shy {from Three Northern County Folk Songs}; words and air Anon.; arr. Lyell Johnston (song: 17/300.5(2) : Johnston)

The bonnie banks o' Loch Lomon': Jacobite air (song: 16/050-1[63])

Bonnie Dundee (song: 16/050-1[55])

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

Charlie is my darling (song: 16/050-1[46])

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

Come let's be merry; Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson (song: 17/581-4 : Wilson)

Fair house of joy {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics} Op. 12 no. 7: song; Anon. (17/462- 3 : Quilter)

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

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

The Golden Vanity {from English County Songs}; words Anon.; arr. L. E. B. (17/103.5 : Broadwood)

Had a horse . . . (Hatte einst ein graues Ross): old folk song; Anon. (17/322-2 : Korbay)

Hey, troly loly lo: song; poem Anon. 16th cent. (10/087[11] : Warlock)

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

Hunting Tower: [sop./ten. duet]; Anon. (16/050-1[37])

A hymn to the Virgin Op. 1 No.1: cantata; Anon. (bar.: 01/086[1] : Woodgate)

I cannot help loving thee: song; Anon. (17/299.5 : Johns)

I have twelve oxen; Anon. (Early English) (low v.: 10/089[10] : Ireland)

I have twelve oxen; Anon. (Early English) (high v.: 17/294-3 (a) : Ireland)

I have twelve oxen; Anon. (Early English) (low v.: 17/294-3 (b) : Ireland)

I have twelve oxen (J'ai douze boeufs); Anon. (Early English); version française de Lilian Fearn (song: 17/294-3.1 : Ireland)

An Irish lament; Anon. (song: 17/029-2 : Barkworth)

Jack and Jill: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' (low v.: 17/162-11 : Diack)

The keys of Heaven {from English County Songs}: duet; words Anon. (18/109-1 : Newton)

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

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

Little Jack Horner: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' (high v.: 17/162-12 : Diack)

Love is a Bable: song for bar. v.; Anon. (17/442-1 : Parry)

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

Now is the time for Christmas: carol for unison v.; Anon. (c.1500) (17/229.1 : Graham-Dixon)

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

Peter Warlock's fancy: song; Anon. (16th cent.) (10/089[ 5] : Warlock)

Peter Warlock's fancy: song; Anon. (16th cent.) (17/563-3 : Warlock)

Philosophy song: [song]; words Anon. (16/050-5 [31] : Emmel)

Piggesnie: song; words Anon. 16th cent. (10/087[12] : Warlock)

The Queen's Maries {from The New Scottish Orpheus vol. 1}: song; Anon. (17/162-9 : Diack)

The silver swan: song; Anon. (17/356-3 : Loughborough)

The silver swan; Anon. (c.1600) (high v.: 17/551-4 : Thiman)

Sing a song of sixpence: new setting of an old rhyme; 'with apologies to Handel' (low v.: 17/162-3 : Diack)

Snow-flakes: song; Anon. (17/140-4 : Cowen)

Snowflakes (Schneeflocken); poem Anon. (17/378-2 : Mallinson)

A soldier - his prayer; Anon. (song: 17/075- 5 : Besley)

The vagrant: unison song; words Anon. (17/509-1 : Shaw)

Watchman! what of the night?: duet (ten. & bass); words Anon. (18/141 : Sarjeant)

Weep you no more, sad fountains: 2-part choral song; words Anon. (18/045 : Demuth)

When dull care; Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson (song: 17/581-5 : Wilson)

Willie's gane to Melville Castle; Anon. (song: 17/162-10 : Diack)

Yarmouth Fair: Norfolk folk-song (high v.: 17/563-10 : Warlock)

Apel, Willi

Historical anthology of music, vol. 2: Baroque, Rococo, and Pre-Classical music; [comp.] Archibald T. Davison & Willi Apel (p. solo: 16/060(2))

Appleby, William

Oxford books of recorder music Bk 2, Descant recorder and piano; arr. William Appleby & Frederick Fowler (36/160-5)

Sing together!: 100 songs for unison singing; arr. William Appleby & Frederick Fowler (10/049)

Arale, David & Eugene

Always with my heart: song; words by David & Eugene Arale (17/466-1 : Ray)

Arcy, Burgh d'

Vale (Farewell): song; words by Burgh d'Arcy (17/484-2 : Russell)

Arkell, Reginald

Farewell, my love, farewell {from Frasquita}; words by Reginald Arkell (song: 16/020( 4) [2] : Lehar)

Armitage, Reginald Moxon

see Gay, Noel

Arnold, A. S.

The singing lesson: clebrated duet by Fioravante; words by A. S. Arnold (sop. & bass: 18/075-2 : Horn)

Arthurs, George

The beautiful lady: [concerted song]; written by George Arthurs (17/121.5 : Clarke)

Asche, Oscar

Chu Chin Chow: musical tale of the East; words by Oscar Asche (misc. v.: 07/023.5 : Norton)

Chu Chin Chow: musical tale of the East; told by Oscar Asche (misc. v.: 03/095 : Norton)

The Cobbler's song {from Chu Chin Chow}; words by Oscar Asche (song: 17/430 : Norton)

Ashley, Walter

A windy day: song; words by Walter Ashley (17/293.7 : Hyland)

Atkins, Ivor (Sir)

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

Organ works Bk 15: Orgelbüchlein (Little organ book); ed. Ivor Atkins (40/051-2(15) : Bach)

The Passion of Our Lord according to S. Matthew: [for SATB soli & chor.]; ed. Edward Elgar & Ivor Atkins (08/005-7 : Bach)

Requiem Op. 45: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; ed. John E. West; Eng. version Ivor Atkins (02/022 : Brahms)

Te Deum: [for mixed chor., orch. & org.]; organ arr. & Eng adapt. by Ivor Atkins (02/054-5 (a) : Haydn)

Three preludes and fugues Op. 37; ed. Ivor Atkins (organ: 40/167-4 : Mendelssohn)

Atkinson, J. Dean

An idyll (Morning, noon and night): song cycle; words by J. Dean Atkinson (17/019 : Atkinson)

Attenborough, Florence Gertrude

see Chrystabel

Auden, Wystan Hugh

The Bassarids: opera seria; by W. H. Auden & Chester Kallman (03/065 : Henze)

Hymn to St Cecilia Op. 27: unaccomp. chor.; words by W.H. Auden (01/023-3 : Britten)

Audigier, Georges

Les anges pleurent!: rondel; poésie de Georges Audigier (17/056-1 : Bemberg)

Austin, John

Benedicite: cantata [for sop. & chor.]; words from 'The Song of the Three Holy Children' & a poem by J. Austin (1613-1669) (01/038[2] : Vaughan-Williams)

Benedicite: cantata [for sop.& chor.]; words from 'The Song of the Three Holy Children' & a poem by J. Austin (1613-1669) (01/076-1 : Vaughan-Williams)

Aveling, Claude

Come back to Sorrento (Torna a Surriento); words by G. B. De Curtis; Eng. version Claude Aveling (song: 17/144 : Curtis)

Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest thou that dear land?) {from Mignon}: romance; ed. Albert Visetti; Eng. version Claude Aveling (song: 17/551.5 : Thomas)

Cradle song (Wiegenlied); Eng. version Claude Aveling (17/098-5 (a) (b) : Brahms)

La donna è mobile (Woman's a fickle jade) {from Rigoletto}: Duke of Mantua's canzone; Eng. version Claude Aveling (ten.: 17/556-7 : Verdi)

The kiss (Der Kuss ) Op. 19 no. 1; Hölty; Eng. version Claude Aveling (song: 17/098-6 : Brahms)

Operatic album: baritone: [6 arias, by Verdi, Wagner, Mozart, Ponchielli, Rossini]; Eng. versions by Claude Aveling et al. (14/011-2)

Bache, Constance 

Kantate Nr 56 "Ich will den Kreuztab gerne tragen" BWV 56: for bass solo; Eng. trans. Constance Bache (01/003-9 : Bach)

Three lyrics from Hänsel and Gretel; Eng. adapt. Constance Bache (sop.: 11/010 : Humperdinck)

Villanelle (With the swallow): song; Fr. Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. Constance Bache (16/050-5 [27] : DellAcqua)

Villanelle (With the swallow): song; Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. words Constance Bache (17/161 (b) : DellAcqua)

Weihnachtslieder (Christmas songs) Op. 8: song cycle [6 songs]; Eng. trans. Constance Bache (sop.: 09/047.1 : Cornelius)

Bailes, Anthony

Lessons for the lute: intermediate pieces; sel. Anthony Bailes & Anne van Royen (39/020)

Bailey, Philip James

The rose and the nightingale: song; words from Bailey's 'Festus' (17/312 : Keel)

Baker, Henry Williams (Sir)

The King of love my Shepherd Is: sacred song; words by Sir Henry W. Baker (17/225-4 : Gounod)

Baker, Theodore

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

Songs (First vocal album complete - 82 songs); Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker (09/169-8(1) : Schubert)

Twenty-four favourite songs; Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker (09/169-7 (b) : Schubert)

Balakirev, Mily

Sonate Op. 65; Polonaise brillante Op. 3; ed. M. Balakirew (cello & piano: 33/019.5 : Chopin)

Ball, William

Stabat Mater (Tribulation): [for SSTB soli, SATB & orch.]; Eng. adapt. William Ball (02/102 : Rossini)

Ballantine, James

Castles in the air; words by James Ballantine (song: 10/045-4[ 2] : Adams)

My heather hills: [song and chorus (SAB or TBarB)]; words by John Ballantine (16/050-1[30] : Geikie)

Bampton, Claude

A tale of the sea: song; words by Claude Bampton (17/026.5 : Bampton)

Bantock, Helen F.

Cossack song; arr. Granville Bantock, Eng. words by Helen Bantock (low v.: 17/174.8 : Dzerzhinsky)

Easter hymn (Cantique de Pâques); Eng. text Helen Bantock (song: 17/027-1 : Bantock)

Elfin lover: song; poem by Helen Bantock (17/027-6 : Bantock)

Barbier, Jules

Le baiser (A memory): song; Fr. words by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington (17/552-1 : Thomas)

Duo {from Philémon et Baucis}: duo (mez. & bar.); poème de J. Barbier & M. Carré (18/067-1 : Gounod)

Faust; [French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré] (misc. v.: 03/055 : Gounod)

Medjé: chanson arabe; poésie de Jules Barbier (17/225-6 : Gounod)

The mirror song {from Tales of Hoffmann}: aria: As jewels divine; Fre. by Jules Barbier; Eng. by Edward Agate (song: 17/435-3 : Offenbach)

Night of stars and night of love! {from Tales of Hoffmann}: celebrated barcarole; [orig. words by Jules Barbier] (song: 17/435-1 : Offenbach)

Valse de duo {from Mignon}; paroles de M. Carr? et J. Barbier (mez.: 10/045-8.2[5] : Thomas)

Baring-Gould, Sabine

Now the day is over: sacred song; words by Rev. S. Baring-Gould (17/382.5 : Marks)

Barkworth, John Edmond

Six songs; words by J. E. Barkworth (09/011 : Barkworth)

Barmas, Issay

Konzert G moll Op. 26; ed. Joseph Joachim-Issay Barmas (violin & piano: 28/007-1 (c) : Bruch)

Barnard, Charlotte Alington

see Claribel

Barnes, Howard

I'll turn to you: song; words by Howard Barnes (17/142-1 : Craven)

My life Is yours: song; words by Howard Barnes (17/142-2 : Craven)

Barnes, William

Linden Lea: Dorset song; words by W. Barnes (10/087[15] : Vaughan-Williams)

Linden Lea: Dorset song; words by W. Barnes (17/555-1 : Vaughan-Williams)

Barr, Matthias

My treasure: song; words by Matthias Barr (17/553.3 : Trevalsa)

Barrett-Ayres, Reginald

String quartets Op.20/1-6; Urtext ed. Reginald Barrett-Ayres / H. C. Robbins Landon (str. quart.: 42/018-7 : Haydn)

String quartets Op. 33/Op. 42; Urtext ed. Reginald Barrett-Ayres / H. C. Robbins Landon (str. quart.: 42/018-8 : Haydn)

Barrie, Royden (=Harry Rodney Bennett)

see also Bennett, Rodney

Advice: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/113-4 : Carew)

Bird songs at eventide; words by Royden Barrie (song: 17/127- 1 : Coates)

Bird songs at eventide; words by Royden Barrie arr. William Stickles (sop./ ten. & contr./ bar.: 18/035.3 : Coates)

A brown bird singing: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/590- 5 : Wood)

Dearest, I love the morning: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/590- 2 : Wood)

I heard you singing: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/127-11 : Coates)

Over the meadow: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/113-5 : Carew)

Poor man's garden: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/484-1 : Russell)

Tiptoe: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/113-6 : Carew)

Waiting for you: song; words by Royden Barrie (17/448- 9 : Phillips)

Barron, J. Francis

The trumpeter: song; words by J. Francis Barron (10/045-7[1] : Dix)

The trumpeter: song; words by J. Francis Barron (17/165.8 : Dix)

Bart, Lionel

As long as he needs me {from Oliver}; lyrics and music by Lionel Bart (song: 17/039-1.3 : Bart)

Consider yourself {from Oliver}; words and music by Lionel Bart (song: 17/039-1.1 : Bart)

Food glorious food {from Oliver}; words and music by Lionel Bart (song: 17/039-1.2 : Bart)

Bartholomew, William

Eli: oratorio; words by William Bartholomew (08/014 : Costa)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio; Eng. version W. Bartholomew (08/043-1 : Mendelssohn)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio; Eng. version W. Bartholomew (08/043-1.2 : Mendelssohn)

Elijah Op. 70; Eng. version W. Bartholomew (SATB soli: 08/043-1.3 : Mendelssohn)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio; [Eng. version W. Bartholomew] (08/043-1.4 : Mendelssohn)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (new ed.); [Eng. version W. Bartholomew] (08/043-1.1 (c)-(e) : Mendelssohn)

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (pocket ed.); Eng. version W. Bartholomew (08/043-1.1 (a) (b) : Mendelssohn)

Hear my prayer: motet for sop. solo & chor. (SATB); words by William Bartholomew (05/011 : Mendelssohn)

Hear my prayer: motett for sop. solo & chor. (SATB); words by William Bartholomew (05/011 (b-2) : Mendelssohn)

Hear my prayer: hymn for sop. solo & chor. (SATB); words by William Bartholomew (05/011.1 : Mendelssohn)

Sing ye to the Lord (Singet dem Herrn): motet for double choir; Eng. words by William Bartholomew (05/001-3 : Bach)

The Spirit also helpeth us (Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf): motet for double choir; Eng. words by William Bartholomew (05/001-4 : Bach)

Battersby, Caryl James

Cupid at the ferry: song; words by Caryl Battersby (16/050-4 [29] : German)

Daffodils a'blowing: song; words by Caryl Battersby (16/050-4 [27] : German)

Daffodils a-blowing: song; words by Caryl Battersby (17/214- 8 : German)

Love the pedlar: [song]; words by Caryl Battersby (16/050-4 [22] : German)

Who'll buy my lavender?: song; words by Caryl Battersby (17/214- 7 : German)

Bauer, Harold

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes migninnes sur quatre notes; ed. Harold Bauer (p. solo: 21/330-4 (d) : Schumann)

Bax, Clifford

Polly by John Gay, being the Second Part of 'The Beggar's Opera'; adapted by Clifford Bax (misc. v.: 07/012-2 : Austin)

Turn back, O Man; words by Clifford Bax (SATB choir: 02/060-4 : Holst)

Baylis, Richard

The stock-rider's song {from Six Australian Bush Songs}; words by Richard Baylis (song: 17/297-4(6) : James)

Beaman, Emeric Edward Jeffrey (Hulme)

see Hulme-Beaman, Emeric

Beddoes, Thomas Lovell

If there were dreams to Sell; words by Thomas Lovell Beddoes (high v.: 17/294-4 : Ireland)

Bedloe, Christopher

A Christmas carol: musical play; book by Christopher Bedloe, lyrics by James Wood (07/031.5 : Shapcott)

Beeler, Walter

Solos for the trumpet (cornet) player: with p. accomp. [15 pieces]; sel. & ed. Walter Beeler (trump. & piano: 35/030-5)

Bellamy, W. H.

He that hath a pleasant face: 4-part song; words by W.H. Bellamy (05/006 : Hatton)

Queen of the Night: trio (SSB); words by W. H. Bellamy (18/149-2 : Smart)

Simon the Cellarer; words by W.H. Bellamy (song: 17/260-1 : Hatton)

Bendall, Wilfred

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera; librettist: Basil Hood, arr. Wilfred Bendall (07/040-9 : Sullivan)

Benedict, Jules

Grand polonaise No. 2; ed. Jules Benedict (p. solo: 21/376-1 : Weber)

Benjamin, Torrence

Will o' the wisp; words by Torrence Benjamin (song: 17/526.5-2 : Spross)

Bennett, E.J.

The golden legend: cantata; adapt. from the poem of Longfellow by Joseph Bennett (01/073 : Sullivan)

Bennett, F. Roy

Three carols for the Nativity: voc. duet; words by F. Roy Bennett (18/019 : Bennett)

Bennett, Harry Rodney

see Barrie, Royden

see also Bennett, Rodney

Bennett, Joseph

St John's Eve: old English idyll for soli, chor. & orch.; poem by Joseph Bennett (01/027 : Cowen)

Bennett, Rodney

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé}; words by Rodney Bennett (song: 17/462- 9 : Quilter)

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé}: duet (mez. & bar.); words by Rodney Bennett (18/127-2 : Quilter)

Benson, Arthur Christopher

In the dawn {from The professor}: song; words by Arthur Christopher Benson (17/178-6 : Elgar)

Land of hope and glory: song; words by Arthur C. Benson (16/050-3 [ 3] : Elgar)

Land of hope and glory: song; words by Arthur C. Benson (17/178-5 : Elgar)

Ode to music; poem by Arthur Benson (misc. v.: 01/063-3 : Parry)

Bergmann, Walter

Come, gentle death (Komm süsser Tod); ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann (song: 17/024-2[2] : Bach)

If music be the food of love (first setting); ed. M. Tippett & W. Bergmann (high v.: 17/460-2 : Purcell)

If thou art near (Bist Du bei mir); ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann (song: 17/024-2[1] : Bach)

Mad Bess (From silent shades ...); ed. M. Tippett & W. Bergmann (high v.: 17/460-3 : Purcell)

Ode for St Cecilia's day 1692: full score (w. p. red.); ed. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann (01/064 : Purcell)

Partita no. 2 in G; ed. Walter Bergmann (oboe & piano: 36/093.5-2 : Telemann)

Sonata in G minor for oboe and piano; ed. Walter Bergmann (36/093.5-4 : Telemann)

Sonata no. 8 in G: for descant (tenor) and piano; ed. & arr.Leonard Lefkovitch & Walter Bergmann (rec. & piano: 36/094 : Valentine)

Two songs; ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann (song: 17/024-2 : Bach)

Beringer, Oscar

Beethoven (School of Easy Classics): [12 pieces] not simplified; sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer (p. solo: 21/027-1.6 : Beethoven)

Beethoven (School of Easy Classics): [12 pieces] not simplified; sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer (p. solo: 21/027-9.4 : Beethoven)

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

Handel (School of Easy Classics): [14 pieces] not simplified; sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer (p. solo: 21/166-9 : Handel)

Haydn (School of Easy Classics): [10 pieces] not simplified; sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer (p. solo: 21/170-6 : Haydn)

Mozart (School of Easy Classics): [12 pieces] not simplified; sel. & ed. Oscar Beringer (p. solo: 21/254-9.5 : Mozart)

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

Berlin, Irving

All alone {from The Punch-bowl}: waltz song; words and music by Irving Berlin (17/069-10 : Berlin)

Annie Get Your Gun; lyrics by Irving Berlin (misc. v.: 07/004-1 : Berlin)

Anything you can do {from Annie Get Your Gun}; words and music by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-4 : Berlin)

Blue skies: fox-trot song; written & composed by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-6 : Berlin)

Easter parade; words and music by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-7 : Berlin)

The golden years of Irving Berlin: [27 songs]; words and music by Irving Berlin (09/017 : Berlin)

Let me sing and I'm happy {from Jolson Sings Again}; words by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-5 : Berlin)

My defences are down {from Annie Get Your Gun}; words and music by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-11 : Berlin)

A pretty girl is like a melody; words and music by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-3 : Berlin)

Say It with music: song fox trot; words and music by Irving Berlin (17/069-1 : Berlin)

Sisters {from White Christmas}; words and music by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-2 : Berlin)

The song is ended (But the melody lingers on): waltz-song; written & composed by Irving Berlin (17/069-9 : Berlin)

There's no business like show business {from Annie Get your Gun}; words and music by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-4.8 : Berlin)

When I leave the world behind; written & composed by Irving Berlin (song: 17/069-8 : Berlin)

Bernhoff, John

Des Knaben Wunderhorn and the Rückert Lieder: [29 songs]; Eng. trans. Stanley Appelbaum, John Bernhoff, Addie Funk (09/117-3 : Mahler)

Lieder-Album Bd 1: [11 songs]; Eng. words John Bernhoff (high v.: 09/186(1) : Strauss)

Lieder-Album Bd 3: [10 songs]; Eng. words John Bernhoff (high v.: 09/186(3) : Strauss)

14 Lieder aus Des Knaben Wunderhorn; Eng. trans. John Bernhoff, Addie Funk (09/117-4 : Mahler)

Bernstein, Leonard

Cool {from West Side Story}; words by Stephen Sondheim & Leonard Bernstein (song: 17/074-1 : Bernstein)

Best, David

Schubert songs: [16 songs]; ed. David Best (high v.: 09/170-2 : Schubert)

Best, Terence

The complete sonatas for violin & basso continuo; ed. Terence Best / Peter Holman (28/025-1 : Handel)

Best, William Thomas

Organ works, vol. 1: The Great preludes & fugues; ed. W. T. Best rev. A. Eaglefield Hull (40/051-6(1) : Bach)

Organ works, vol. 2: Preludes, fugues, fantasia & toccatas; ed. W. T. Best rev. A. Eaglefield Hull (40/051-6(2) : Bach)

Organ works, vol. 3: Toccatas, fugues, passacaglia, fantasias etc.; ed. W. T. Best rev. A. Eaglefield Hull (40/051-6(3) : Bach)

Practical organ school; ed. W. T. Best (organ: 40/210 : Rinck)

Six concertos for the organ; arr. & ed. W. T. Best (40/110-1 : Handel)

Bethune, George Washington

The auld Scotch sangs; words by Rev. Dr Bethune (song: 17/334 (a) : Leeson)

O sing to me the auld Scotch songs; words by Rev. Dr Bethune (song: 17/334 (b) : Leeson)

Betjemann, Rose Dafforne

The story of Calvary: cantata; words by Rose Dafforne Betjemann (01/002-1 : Adams)

Beverley, M.

Fly, little dove: set in canon for two equal v.; words by M. Beverley (18/097-1 : Marzials)

Biehl, E.

Nocturnes; rev. & fing. E. Biehl (p. solo: 21/082-1.1 : Chopin)

Polonaises; ed. E. Biehl (p. solo: 21/082-2.3 : Chopin)

Waltzes; rev. & fing. E. Biehl (p. solo: 21/082-8.7 : Chopin)

Bingham, G. Clifton

Asthore (darling): song; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-5 [40] : Trotere)

Beyond: song; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-5 [24] : St Quentin)

The city of the King: [song]; written by Clifton Bingham (16/050-4 [16] : Barri)

Dear heart: song; words by G Clifton Bingham (16/050-3 [ 4] : Mattei)

L'Été; words by Ed. Guinand; Eng. words by Clifton Bingham (song: 17/115 : Chaminade)

Giver of life: song; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-4 [38] : Fortescue)

In old Madrid: song; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-4 [21] : Trotere)

In your dear eyes: song; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-5 [14] : Trotere)

Love, could I only tell thee: song; words by Clifton Bingham (17/110 : Capel)

Love's old sweet song; words by G. Clifton Bingham (song: 10/045-4[25] : Molloy)

Love's old sweet song: song; words by G. Clifton Bingham (17/406-3 : Molloy)

Love's old sweet song: voc. duet [sop. & ten]; words by Clifton Bingham (18/105--2(2) : Molloy)

The mission of a rose: song; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-3 [24] : Cowen)

My memories: song; words by Clifton Bingham (10/045-9[4] : Tosti)

Old and new: voc. gavotte; words by G. Clifton Bingham (17/087-1 : Bonheur)

The palms (Les rameaux): sacred song; J. Bertrand; Eng. words Clifton Bingham (mez./ bar.: 17/188-4 : Faure)

The promise of life: song; words by Clifton Bingham (17/140-5 : Cowen)

Sing me to sleep (Sing mir dein Lied): song; words by Clifton Bingham; Ger. Frida Wilhelmi (16/050-5 [30] : Greene)

Sleep & forget: [song]; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-5 [20] : White)

The swallows: song; words by Clifton Bingham (10/045-5[12] : Cowen)

That haven fair: song; words by G. Clifton Bingham (10/045-4[ 9] : Barnby)

There let me rest (Dort lass mich ruh'n): [song with] violin obbl. ad lib.; words by Clifton Bingham (17/233.5 : Greene)

There let me rest (Dort lass mich ruhn): [song]; words by Clifton Bingham (16/050-4 [33] : Greene)

A thought: song; words by Clifton Bingham (17/300 : Johnson)

Thy voice: song; words by Clifton Bingham (10/045-9[9] : Redhead)

Till Death (I love you : Lontananza): song; words by Pietro Mazzoni and Clifton Bingham (16/050-4 [11] : Mascheroni)

Binyon, Laurence

Bab-Lock-Hythe; words by Laurence Binyon (song: 17/510-1 : Shaw)

For the Fallen Op. 80 No. 3: oratorio; poem by Laurence Binyon (sop./ ten.: 08/019-3 : Elgar)

The spirit of England Op. 80: for ten. or sop. solo, chor. & orch.; three poems by Laurence Binyon (01/037-7 : Elgar)

Birdseye, George W.

When lovers say 'Good night': serenade; words by G. W. Birdseye (song: 16/050-3 [22] : Hatton)

Bischoff, Hans

Klavierwerke, Bd 1; ed. Hans Bischoff (p. solo: 21/015- 0(1) : Bach)

Bishop, Edith

The snow is on the mountain (Der Schnee liegt auf den Bergen); orig. Edith Bishop; Ger. Walt Harau (song: 17/319.8 : King)

Björnson, Björnstjerne

Klein Venevil (Sweet Venevil); Bj. Björnson (song: 17/160 : Delius)

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

Black, H. Broughton

Tenor and baritone: humorous (vocal) duet; words by H. Broughton Black (ten. & bar.: 18/179-2 : Wilson)

Blackie, John Stuart

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

Blair, Elizabeth Rosemary

Twilight: song; words by Elizabeth Rosemary Blair (17/315.5 : Kennedy)

Blake, James Vila

When lights go rolling round the sky: song; words by James Vila Blake (10/087[ 9] : Ireland)

When lights go rolling round the sky: song; words by James Vila Blake (17/294-8 : Ireland)

Blake, William

Daybreak {from Three Songs of William Blake} Op. 20 No. 3 (high v.: 17/462-10 : Quilter)

The Lamb: unison song; words by Wm Blake (02/056 : Henschel)

The lamb; words by William Blake (song: 17/283-6 : Henschel)

Three songs of innocence; words by William Blake (09/053 : Darke)

Three songs of innocence, No. 1: The Lamb; words by William Blake (09/093[1] : Jacob)

[Three songs of innocence, Nos. 1 & 2]; words by William Blake (09/093 : Jacob)

Three songs of innocence, No. 2: The Shepherd; words by William Blake (09/093[2] : Jacob)

Blaze, H.

Chant de mai (Mailied); Dichtung von H. Blaze (song: 10/045-4[19] : Meyerbeer)

Bledlowe, John

Clorinda: song; lyric by John Bledlowe (17/412 : Morgan)

Blitzstein, Marc

Mack the knife {from The Threepenny Opera}; Eng. words Marc Blitzstein (from orig. by Bertolt Brecht) (song: 17/568-1 : Weill)

Blower, Henry

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

Bodenstedt, Friedrich Martin von (1819-1892)

Oh tell me, nightingale; words from Bodenstedt's Songs of Mirza-Schaffy (song: 17/336-7 : Lehmann)

Bogosoff, Katerina

I dream that I hear you singing: song; words by Katerina Bogosoff (17/383-1 : Marshall)

Boileau, Marie

A flower (Sænk kun dit hoved, du blomst): song; [orig. Johannes Jørgensen] Eng. version Marie Boileau (17/321 : Knudsen)

Bonar, H.

Come unto me: song for low v.; words by Rev. H. Bonar (17/131 : Coenen)

Bonett, Emery

Take the sun: duet for sop. & ten.; words by Emery Bonett (18/135 : Rota)

Bonne, Rose

I know an old lady; words by Rose Bonne (song: 17/403 : Mills)

Bottomley, Gordon

Goneril's lullaby; words by Gordon Bottomley {from 'King Lear's Wife'} (song: 17/311.5 : Keats)

Sanctuaries: song; words by Gordon Bottomley (10/089[16] : Bainton)

Valley moonlight: song; words by Gordon Bottomley (10/089[18] : Bainton)

Boulton, Harold

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

Coronach: for the death of Cuthullin; words by Harold Boulton (song: 17/034 : Barratt)

Gathering daffodils; words by Harold Boulton (song: 17/523-1 : Somervell)

The gentle maiden: old Irish air; Eng. words by Harold Boulton (song: 17/523-2 : Somervell)

Glorious Devon!: song; words by Harold Boulton (17/214- 2 : German)

A Highland pastoral (Duanag na h-airigh); words by Harold Boulton (song: 17/372-1 : MacLeod)

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

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

Oor ain glen; words by Harold Boulton (song: 17/372-2 : MacLeod)

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

Skye boat song (Jacobite) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland rowing measure; words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson (17/331- 2 : Lawson)

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

Time's garden: song w. cello accomp.; words by Harold Boulton (17/552-2 : Thomas)

Bourget, Paul

Les cloches (The bells); poésie de Paul Bourget (med. v.: 17/154-1 : Debussy)

Romance; poésie de Paul Bourget (high v.: 17/154-2 : Debussy)

Bourne, Patrisha Ronald

My heart for you; words and music by Patrisha Ronald Bourne (song: 17/092.5 : Bourne)

Bowen, York

Ballade Op. 10 no. 1; ed. York Bowen (p. solo: 21/053-9 : Brahms)

Ballades [Nos. 1-4 Op. 23, 38, 47, 52]; ed. York Bowen (p. solo: 21/080-2.4 : Chopin)

Fantasia & sonata in C minor K 475 & 457; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(14) : Mozart)

Fantasia in C minor K 396; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(25) : Mozart)

Miscellaneous pieces: [22 pieces]; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-4 : Mozart)

Six minuets (K.1,2,4,5,94 & 355); ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-3.2 : Mozart)

Sonata in A K 331; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(11) : Mozart)

Sonata in C K 545; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(15) : Mozart)

Sonata in E flat K 282; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1( 4) : Mozart)

Sonata in F K 332; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(12) : Mozart)

Sonatas vol. 1 [1-10]; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-5.1(1) : Mozart)

Sonatas vol. 2 (11-20); ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-5.1(2) : Mozart)

Bower, John Dykes

Organ works Bk 4: Sonatas Nos. 1-3; ed. John Dykes Bower & Walter Emery (40/001-2.2(4) : Bach)

Bowler, Elsie R.

I shall be there: song; words by Elsie R. Bowler (17/590- 4 : Wood)

Bowles, Fred G.

Dear little town: song; words by Fred G. Bowles (17/488- 3 : Sanderson)

A noontide song; words by Fred G. Bowles (17/474 : Ring)

Sorrow no more: song; words by Fred Bowles (17/142.5 : Craxton)

Summer rain: song; words by Fred G. Bowles from the Fr. of Albert Fleury (17/297-1 : James)

The valley of laughter: song; words by Fred G. Bowles (17/488- 8 : Sanderson)

When he comes home: song; words by Maurice Maeterlinck; Eng. version Fred G. Bowles (17/341 : Leoni)

Box, Elton

When you come to the End of a Journey; words by Box and Cox (song: 17/093.5 : Box)

Boyce, William

Colin's success; words by Mr. Boyce; air by William Defesch arr. Elizabeth Poston (song: 17/152 : De Fesch)

Boyer, Georges

Rosette: idylle; poésie de Georges Boyer (sop. & ten.: 17/056-3 : Bemberg)

Boyer, Lucien

Valencia {from Palladium Pleasures}; words by Lucien Boyer & Jacques Charles; Eng. version Eric Valentine (song: 17/441-1 : Padilla Sanchez)

Bramley, Henry Ramsden

Christmas carols new and old; words ed. Henry Ramsden Bradley; music ed. Sir John Stainer (02/208-2)

O Thou, the Central Orb: anthem {for TrATB]; words by H. R. Bramley (02/142 : Wood)

Brampton, Scott

Rosemary: ballad; words by Scott Brampton (high v.: 17/039.5-2 : Bartlett)

Brandon, Herbert J.

Can't remember: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon (10/045-6[3] : Goatley)

Can't remember: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon (17/222.15 : Goatley)

Cradle song of the coast; words by Herbert J. Brandon (17/553.85 : Turner)

Love's a merchant: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon (17/113 : Carew)

She shall have music: song; words by Herbert J. Brandon (17/423-9 : Murray)

Soldier, what is the news you bring?: song; words by Herbert J Brandon (17/423-4 : Murray)

Te Deum: sacred song; words by Herbert J. Brandon (17/467 : Redman)

Bratton, John W.

One world: song; words by John W. Bratton (17/436-2 : Ohara)

Brel, Jacques

Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: souvenir album [of 9 songs incl. 5 composed by or with Gérard Jouannest]; French words by Jacques Brel, Eng. by Mort Shuman & Eric Blau (09/027 : Brel)

Bricusse, Leslie

I've never seen anything like it {from Doctor Dolittle}; words & music by Leslie Bricusse (song: 17/101-1 : Bricusse)

Talk to the animals {from Doctor Dolittle}; words & music by Leslie Bricusse (song: 17/101-2 : Bricusse)

A wonderful day like today {from The Roar of the Greasepaint ...}; words & music by Bricusse & Anthony Newley (song: 17/101-3 : Bricusse)

Bridge, J. F.

Fugue in G minor; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (organ: 40/001-2(20.4) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 1: Eight short preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 1) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 2: Preludes, fugues & trio; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 2) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 3: Fantasias, preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 3) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 6: Toccata, preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 6) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 7: Preludes and fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 7) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 8: Preludes and fugues pt 2; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 8) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 9: Preludes and fugues [3]; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 9) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 10: Toccata, preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2(10) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 12: Preludes, fantasias, fugues, trios &c; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2(12) : Bach)

Te Deum laudamus in D: for voices & instruments; 'made for St Cecilia's Day 1694' - ed. J. F. Bridge (01/064-2 : Purcell)

Bridgen, William Frederick

see Leigh, Fred. W.

Bridges, Robert

Spring goeth all in white: song; poem by Robert Bridges (17/179-1 : Elkin)

Briusov, Valerii

Poema (Poem) {from "3 Arias"}: voice & piano; slova V. Briusova trans. W. H. Easterbrook (17/319.5 : Khachaturian)

Broad, J. Astor

Joseph: sacred cantata; words & music J. Astor Broad (misc. v.: 44/007 : Broad)

Broadhurst, A. V.

The sunrise is coming: song; lyric by A. V. Broadhurst (17/156- 7 : DelRiego)

Brodsky, Adolph

Sonata 5 Op. 24; ed. Adolph Brodsky (violin & piano: 28/003-3 (a) : Beethoven)

Brooke, Harold

48 preludes and fugues for the well-tempered clavier Bk 2; ed. Harold Brooke (21/015- 9(2) (a) : Bach)

48 preludes and fugues for the well-tempered clavier Part 2; ed. Harold Brooke (21/015- 9(2) (b) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 18: Miscellaneous Chorale preludes (Part 1); ed. Harold Brooke (40/051-2(18) : Bach)

Brooke, Rupert

1914: [cantata] for bar. solo, chor. & orch.; poems by Rupert Brooke (01/060.9 : Nicholson)

The soldier; words by Rupert Brooke (song: 17/294-7 : Ireland)

Spring sorrow; words by Rupert Brooke (high v.: 17/294-10 (a) : Ireland)

Vo cercando (I go seeking) {from Daphne}; words by Rupert Brooke (song: 10/045-6[19] : Astorga)

Brooks, Philip

Under the silent stars: a Christmas song [w. violin obbl. ad lib.]; words by Philip Brooks (17/137 : Coombs)

Brown, A Peter

Die Schöpfung (The Creation): oratorio [STB soli, chor. & orch.]; ed. A Peter Brown with Julie Schnepel; p.red. August Eberhard Müller (08/029-1.21 : Haydn)

Brown, Ethel A.

When I'm at rest: song; words by Ethel A. Brown (17/016.2 : Arnold)

Brown, Herbert S.

The Holy Boy: song; poem by Herbert S. Brown (17/294-2 : Ireland)

Brown, T. E.

Rest; words by Rev. T. E. Brown (song: 17/251-6 : Handel)

Browning, Robert

The pied piper of Hamelin; poem by Robert Browning (ten. & bass: 01/063-4 : Parry)

Bryan, Con

Let me this day: based on an old Wesh folk song; words by Con Bryan (song: 17/565 : Warren)

Bryan, Vincent Patrick

Under a panama {from Sergeant Brue}: [song]; words by Vincent Bryan (16/050-5 [13] : Mullen)

Bryusov, Valery

see Briusov, Valeri

Buckton, Alice M.

The heart worships; words by Alice M. Buckton (song: 17/287-1 : Holst)

Bullett, Gerald

Madonna and Child: carol; words by Gerald Bullett (song: 17/551-2 : Thiman)

Bülow, Hans Guido von

Chromatic fantasia and fugue; ed. Hans von Bülow (p. solo: 21/017-8 : Bach)

Fifty selected piano-studies; arr. &c Hans von Bülow (p. solo: 23/015(B) (b) : Cramer)

Piano studies (1-50); [arr. & ed. Hans von Bülow] (p. solo: 23/015(B) (a) : Cramer)

Piano studies Bk 1, 1-25 (of 50); [arr. & ed. Hans von Bülow] (p. solo: 23/015(B1) : Cramer)

Piano studies Bk 2, 26-50 (of 50); [arr. & ed. Hans von Bülow] (p. solo: 23/015(B2) : Cramer)

Sonate Op. 109 E dur: instruktive Ausgabe [German & English text]; ed. Hans von Bülow (p. solo: 21/027-5.30 (c) : Beethoven)

Bunce, Henry Shapcott

see also Wensley, Shapcott

Bunn, Alfred

Songs: [10 songs]; words by Alfred Bunn et al. (09/009 : Balfe)

Bunten, Alice Chambers

Elizabeth's prayer {from Tannhäuser}; new Eng. version A. C. Bunten (sop.: 17/559-1 (b) : Wagner)

Narcissus: song; adaptation & words by A. Bunten (16/050-4 [18] : Nevin)

Buonamici, G

Six sonatinas (nos. 33-38); ed. G. Buonamici (p. solo: 21/027-6 : Beethoven)

Sonata [No. 8] Op. 13, C minor (Pathétique); ed. G. Buonamici (p. solo: 21/027-5. 8 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata [No. 10] in G major Op. 14 No. 2; ed. G. Buonamici (p. solo: 21/027-5.10 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 20 Op. 49 No. 2 in G major; ed. G. Buonamici (p. solo: 21/027-5.20 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 2 Nos. 17-32; ed. G. Buonamici (p. solo: 21/027-5-d(2) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 2 Nos. 11-21; ed. G. Buonamici (p. solo: 21/027-5-f(2) : Beethoven)

Burke, Johnny

Busy doing nothing; words by Johnny Burke (song: 17/554-1 : Van Heusen)

Misty; lyric by Johnny Burke (song: 17/208-1 : Garner)

Swinging on a star; words by Johnny Burke (song: 17/554-4 : Van Heusen)

Burnand, Francis Cowley (Sir)

Cox and box; or, Long lost brothers: triumviretta; librettist: F. C. Burnand (07/040-1 : Sullivan)

Jolly old Borneo: [concerted song]; written by H. M. Burnaby (17/447.2 : Pether)

The tar's farewell: ballad; words by F. C. Burnand (song: 17/004-10 : Adams)

Burns, Robert

Ae' fond kiss; words by Burns; possibly by Alfred Scott Gatty (song: 16/050-1[64] : Gatty)

Ae fond kiss: Scotch song; words by Robert Burns (17/210-1 : Gatty)

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

Afton water; words by Robert Burns; arr. Iain Hamilton (song: 17/248-1 : Hamilton)

Afton Water; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[21] : Hume)

Afton water: Scottish song; words by Burns (17/293-1 : Hume)

Annie Laurie; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[50] : Scott)

Bonnie wee thing; words by Burns (song: 17/162-8 : Diack)

Bonnie wee thing; words by Robert Burns (song: 10/087[17] : Lehmann)

Comin' thro' the rye (Anon; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[34])

The Deil's awa' wi' the exciseman; words by Robert Burns (song: 17/162-6 : Diack)

The farewell Op. 3 No. 1: song; [words] by Robert Burns (17/149-2 : Davies)

A farewell; words by Robert Burns (low v.: 17/270-2 : Henderson)

Fifty selected songs of Burns (10/012)

Gae bring to me a pint o' wine; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[57])

I dream'd I lay where flowers were springing; words by Robert Burns (low v.: 17/270-3 : Henderson)

Invocation (a prayer for Mary); words by Robert Burns (low v.: 17/270-1 : Henderson)

John Anderson, my jo; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[40])

A man's a man for a' that; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[33])

Mary Morison; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[49])

My love is like a red, red rose: 2-part song for sop. & contr.; poem by Robert Burns (18/177 : Williams)

My Nannie: song; words by Robert Burns (10/045-5[ 1] : White)

My Nannie's awa'; by Burns (song: 17/364-2 : MacCunn)

My wife's a winsome wee thing; words by Robert Burns (song: 17/162-1 : Diack)

O' a' the airts; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[58])

O were I on Parnassus' Hill: song; poem by Robert Burns; old Scotch air arr. George Henschel (17/283-2 : Henschel)

O wert thou in thy cauld blast: duet; by Robert Burns (18/100 : Mendelssohn)

O! Willie brew'd a peck o' maut; words by Burns (TBarB soli: 16/050-1[65] : Shore)

Quodlibet {from The Jolly Beggars}: SATB; words by [Robert] Burns (SATB soli: 18/040 : Davie)

A rose-bud by my early walk: part-song (SATB); words by Burns (18/057 : Finlay)

A rosebud by my early walk; words by Robert Burns (song: 17/162-5 : Diack)

The songs of Robert Burns: specially selected for key-settings (10/093)

Tam Glen; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[23])

The thorn; words by Charles Dibdin?, after Burns? (song: 17/512 : Shield)

To Chloë (in sickness) (An Chloe als sie krank war): song; Eng. words by Robert Burns (17/066 : Bennett)

Wandering Willie; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[39])

Whistle an' I'll come to you my lad; words by Robert Burns; arr. Iain Hamilton (song: 17/248-2 : Hamilton)

Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon; words by Burns (song: 16/050-1[35])

Burnside, Helen Marion

An old garden: song; words by Helen Marion Burnside (10/045-4[15] : Temple)

An old garden: song; words by Helen Marion Burnside (10/045-6[2] : Temple)

An old garden: song; words by Helen Marion Burnside (17/550.4 : Temple)

Burton, Nat

The white cliffs of Dover; words by Nat Burton (song: 17/317 : Kent)

Bussine, Romain

Après un rêve (After a dream); paroles de Romain Bussine (low v.: 17/188-1 (b) : Faure)

Butcher, Ernest

The bulls won't bellow: song; words by Ernest Butcher (17/285.7 : Hocking)

Butler, Ralph

I hear your voice: song; words by Ralph Butler (17/184.7 : Evans)

Run, rabbit, - run! {The Little Dog Laughed}: with war-time parody choruses; words by Noel Gay & Ralph Butler (song: 17/211-3 : Gay)

Byron, George Gordon

Lochnagar; words by Byron (song: 16/050-1[45])

So we'll go no more a roving; words by Lord Byron (song: 10/076[7] : White)

So we'll go no more a roving: song; words by Lord Byron (17/571-3 : White)

So, we'll go no more a-roving; words by Byron (song: 17/447-2 : Peterkin)

There be none of beauty's daughters, Op. 2; Eng. words Lord Byron (song: 17/553.1 : Tovey)

Byron, May Clarissa Gillington

My dear soul: Wessex love song; words by May Byron (17/488-14 : Sanderson)

Caesar, Irving

I want to be happy {from No No Nanette}; words by Irving Caesar (song: 17/598-1 : Youmans)

Swanee {from Jig-Saw}: voc. one-step; words by I. Caesar (17/216-1 : Gershwin)

Tea for two {from No No Nanette}; words by Irving Caesar (song: 17/598-2 : Youmans)

Cahn, Sammy

High hopes; lyrics by Sammy Cahn (song: 17/554-2 : Van Heusen)

It's nice to go travelling; lyrics by Sammy Cahn (song: 17/554-3 : Van Heusen)

Second time around; words by Sammy Cahn (song: 17/554-5 : Van Heusen)

Califano, Aniello

Girulà!: canzone popolare per Piedigrotta '95; versi di A. Califano (10/045-5[20] : Nutile)

Campbell, Grace

Jessie's dream: story of the Relief of Lucknow; written by Grace Campbell (song: 10/045-4[ 1] : Blockley)

Jessie's dream: story of the relief of Lucknow; words by Grace Campbell (song: 17/083 : Blockley)

Campbell, Joseph

see also MacCathmhaoil, Seosamh

Five Irish songs; words by Padraig Colm, Joseph Campbell, J. M. Synge (09/013 : Bax)

The journeyman weaver {from Three Songs for voice & viola}; words by Joseph Campbell (17/447-4(1) : Peterkin)

Campbell, Thomas

At love's beginning: duet for sop. & bar.; words by Thomas Campbell (18/085 : Lehmann)

The song of Hybrias the Cretan; Eng. trans. Thomas Campbell (17/180 : Elliott)

Capel-Cure, E.

The Light of life (Lux Christi) Op. 29: short oratorio for soli, chor. & orch.; words by Rev. E. Capel-Cure (08/019-5 : Elgar)

Carew, Thomas

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

When June is past: [song]; words by Thomas Carew (16/050-3 [20] : White)

Carman, Bliss

At Columbine's grave: song; words by Bliss Carman (17/510-6 : Shaw)

Carpenter, Edward

The lake of beauty Op. 39 No. 1; words by Edward Carpenter (song: 17/092-4 : Boughton)

Carpenter, Joseph Edwards

Tell us, O tell us: voc. duet; words by J. E. Carpenter (18/063-2 : Glover)

Carré, Michel

Duo {from Philémon et Baucis}: duo (mez. & bar.); poème de J. Barbier & M. Carré (18/067-1 : Gounod)

Faust; [French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré] (misc. v.: 03/055 : Gounod)

Carse, Adam

Concerto No. 3 in C minor Op. 37; p. solo ed. Thomas F. Dunhill; 2nd p.-arr. Adam Carse (p. duo 2 p.: 22/005-3 (c) : Beethoven)

Fiddle fancies: 7 short pieces; ed. Adam Carse (26/001 : Carse)

Gipsy rondo (Rondo all' ongarese); transc. E. Pauer, ed. Adam Carse (p. solo: 21/170-1 (b) : Haydn)

New school of violin studies Bk 2: 22 studies - 1st pos.; ed. Adam Carse (25/020-7(2))

New school of violin studies Bk 3: 25 easy studes - 1st & 3rd pos.; ed. Adam Carse (25/020-7(3))

Violin sonatas Nos. 1-3; ed. Ferd. David, rev. Adam Carse (28/002-2(1) : Bach)

Violin sonatas Nos. 4-6; ed. Ferd. David, rev. Adam Carse (28/002-2(2) : Bach)

Carter, Sydney

The youth of the heart {from The Lyric Revue}; words by Sydney Carter (song: 17/546-2 : Swann)

Cavanass, J. M.

By the waters of Minnetonka: Indian love song (w. violin or flute accomp., ad lib.); words by J. M. Cavanass (17/345 : Lieurance)

Chaplin, Charles

This is my song; words and music by Charles Chaplin (song: 17/116.5-1 : Chaplin)

Charles, Duc d'Orléans

My gostly fader: [song]; attrib. Charles d'Orleans (10/089[ 9] : Warlock)

Trois chansons de France; words by Charles Duc d'Orléans (1,3) and Tristan L'hermite (2) (09/057-1 : Debussy)

Charles, Hugh

There'll always be an England; words and music by Ross Parker & Hugh Charles (song: 17/441.8 : Parker)

Chater, Mary

Golden light (Agnus Dei) {from L`Arlésienne suite 2}: mélodie religieuse pour contr. ou bar., violon solo ou violoncelle, p. ou harpe, harm. ou orgue; Eng. words by Mary Chater (17/080-4 : Bizet)

Chaucer, Geoffrey

The Canterbury pilgrims: for chor., orch. & 3 soloists (sop., ten., bar.); portraits from Prologue to Canterbury Tales (01/035-1 : Dyson)

Child, Harold

A Cotswold romance: cantata [for sop. & ten. soli & mixed chor.]; adapt. from the opera Hugh the Drover by Harold Child (01/076-2 : Vaughan-Williams)

Chorley, Henry Fothergill

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org.; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley (10/045-9[11] : Bach)

Ave Maria; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley (sop./ ten.: 17/224-3 (a) (b) : Bach)

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org.; adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley (17/224-3 (d) : Bach)

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

The flower song {from Faust}; words by H. F. Chorley (17/224-8 : Gounod)

The jewel song {from Faust}; arr. Alfred Moffat; Eng. version H. F. Chorley (song: 17/225-3 : Gounod)

Loving smile of sister kind (Invocation) {from Faust}: cavatina; O. Pradère; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley (song: 17/225-5 : Gounod)

The May Queen: pastoral cantata; written by Henry F. Chorley (01/016-1 : Bennett)

Nazareth ('Though poor be the chamber'): anthem for bar. solo & chor.; words by Henry F. Chorley; arr. John E. West (02/050-2 : Gounod)

Nazareth: sacred song; A. Porte; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley (17/225-8 : Gounod)

Sérénade: berceuse; poésie de Victor Hugo; Eng. words Henry F. Chorley (song: 10/045-4[12] : Gounod)

When all was young {from Faust}: romance w. v-c obbl.; Eng. Henry F. Chorley, Fr. O. Pradère (16/050-4 [34] : Gounod)

Chrysander, Friedrich

Das wohltemperirte Clavier Tl 1-2 + Anhang; ed. Friedrich Chrysander (20/090[1] : Bach)

Chrystabel

Bird of blue: song; words by Chrystabel [Florence G. Attenborough] (17/214- 9 : German)

Cinquegrana, Pasquale

'E bersagliere: canto pattriotico; words by Pasquale Cinquegrana (10/045-5[16] : Capua)

Margarita (de Parete): canzone per Piedigrotta 1891; versi di P. Cinquegrana (10/045-5[24] : Fassone)

Ndringhete ndrà! ..: canzone-tarantella per Piedigrotta 1895; versi di P. Cinquegrana (10/045-5[21] : Gregorio)

Clancy, Liam P.

Noon-hush: song; words by Liam P. Clancy (17/444-4 : Peel)

Claribel [pseud.]

Come back to Erin: song; written & composed by Claribel (17/031-1 : Claribel)

We'd better bide a wee: song; written & composed by Claribel (17/031-2 : Claribel)

Clarke, Campbell

Love's request (Liebes Bitte): song; Eng. version Campbell Clarke (17/469 : Reichardt)

Clarke, Isobel C.

Give: sacred song; words by Isobel C. Clarke (17/352- 2 : Lohr)

Cleather, Brenda

Gentle lady (Madamina) {from Don Giovanni}: [bass aria: Leporello]; Eng. text Brenda Cleather (17/418-6 : Mozart)

Cleaver, Colin

Don't let the sun go down (in your heart): song; lyric by Colin Cleaver (17/533.7-1 : Strachey)

Clifford, Ethel

Love's way {from Love's Journey}: song; words by Ethel Clifford (16/050-5 [ 2] : Tosti)

Clough, Arthur Hugh

If I can live: song; words by Arthur Hugh Clough (17/531.5-1 : Stephenson)

Clutsam, George Howard

Blossom time: musical play; lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell (07/031 : Schubert)

Blossom time: musical play in 2 acts [with music arr. & derived from Franz Schubert]; lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell (03/031 : Clutsam)

The damask rose: musical play; music based on themes of Chopin (07/005.8 : Clutsam)

The damask rose {from The Damask Rose}: song; adapted from themes of Chopin with lyrics by G. H. Clutsam (17/125-1 : Clutsam)

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

Lilac time: play w. music; arr. Heinrich Berté & G. H. Clutsam (07/031.2 : Schubert)

Ma curly-headed babby: plantation song; words by G. H. Clutsam (16/050-3 [13] : Clutsam)

Ma curly-headed babby: plantation song; written & composed by G. H. Clutsam (17/125-2 : Clutsam)

Ma curly-headed babby: arr. for mixed v. (SATB); words & music by G. H. Clutsam (17/125-2.1 : Clutsam)

Coates, John

Come away, Death {song from Twelfth Night}; words by Shakespeare; ed. John Coates (song: 17/016-6 : Arne)

Coburn, Richard

Whispering: song; words & music by John Schoenberger, Richard Coburn and Vincent Rose (song: 17/481.3-2 : Rose)

Cockshott, Gerald

Now we go to Bethlehem (Noel de musiciens): trad. children's carol; arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott (song: 17/130-2 : Cockshott)

Two Old French carols; arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott (song: 17/130-1 : Cockshott)

Coleridge, Mary E.

Gentle sleep: song; words by Coleridge (17/424.5 : Naylor)

Love went a-riding: song; [words by] Mary E. Coleridge (17/102-1 : Bridge)

Remember; words by Mary Coleridge (high v.: 17/294-5 : Ireland)

There; words by Mary E. Coleridge (song: 17/442-4 : Parry)

Through the sunny garden; words by Mary Coleridge (song: 17/462-17[1] : Quilter)

Two September songs; words by Mary Coleridge (song: 17/462-17 : Quilter)

The valley and the hill; words by Mary Coleridge (song: 17/462-17[2] : Quilter)

Coleridge, S.T.

The ancient mariner: cantata; from the poem by S.T. Coleridge (01/013 (a) (b) : Barnett)

The ancient mariner: cantata; written by S.T. Coleridge (01/013 (c) : Barnett)

Coleridge, Stephen

Sink, red sun {from song cycle Gloria}: song; words by Stephen Coleridge (17/156- 5 : DelRiego)

Collet, M. C. H.

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

Collins, Gertrude

Scales & arpeggios for violinists Bk 2 (Grades 6-8); ed. Watson Forbes & Gertrude Collins (25/020-3(2))

Colm, Padraig

Five Irish songs; words by Padraig Colm, Joseph Campbell, J. M. Synge (09/013 : Bax)

Congreve, William

I tell thee, Charmion; words by W. Congreve (song: 17/291 : Hughes)

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}; William Congreve; arr. Carl Deis (high v.: 17/251-4 (a) (b) : Handel)

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}: song for sop. v.; [words by William Congreve] (17/251-4 (c) (d) : Handel)

Connelly, Reg

Falling in love again; orig. words and music Friedrich Hollaender; Eng. words Reg Connelly (song: 17/286 : Hollaender)

Pigalle; Fre. lyric Georges Ulmer & Geo. Koger; Eng. lyric Reg Connelly (17/553.9 : Ulmer)

Connor, Tommie

Down in the glen; words and music by Harry Gordon & Tommie Connor (song: 17/136-1 : Connor)

In God's Good time: song; words and music by Tommie Connor & Clive Erard (17/136-2 : Connor)

Constanduros, Mabel

One day of gold: song; words by Mabel Constanduros (17/539-2 : Strong)

Cook, Eliza

Many happy returns; words by Eliza Cook (song: 17/272[2] : Blockley)

Many happy returns of the day: birth-day song; written by Eliza Cook (10/045-4[11] : Blockley)

Cooke, Leslie

Love sends a little gift of roses: song; words by Leslie Cooke (17/439-1 : Openshaw)

Mate o' mine: song w. violin or violonceloo oblig. (ad lib.); words by Leslie Cooke (17/181 : Elliott)

One little hour: song; words by Leslie Cooke (17/508-1 : Sharpe)

Cooper, George

Chiming bells of long ago; [words by George Cooper] (song: 16/050-1[20] : Shattuck)

Sweet Genevieve: ballad; words by George Cooper (song: 17/553.5 : Tucker)

We two; written by Geo. Cooper (song: 16/050-1[15] : Thomas)

Coote, Robert

The concertina man: [song and chorus]; written and composed Robert Coote (16/050-1[11] : Coote)

Copeland, Fanny S.

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

Coppée, François

Obstination (A Resolve); words by François Coppée (mez.: 17/198 : Fontenailles)

La Première: mélodie; paroles de François Coppée, Eng. trans. E. Teschemacher (song: 10/045-6[11] : Webber)

Corelli, Marie

The voice in the cathedral: song; words by Marie Corelli (17/246 : Hall)

Cornelius, Peter

Six Christmas songs Op. 8; words by Peter Cornelius (09/047 : Cornelius)

Corrie, Joe

Oor ain fireside (cradle song); words by Joe Corrie (song: 17/518.8 : Skinner)

Corrin, Richard

Song of a thankful heart: song; words by Richard Corrin (17/590-16 : Wood)

Cory, Charles B.

A dream; words by Charles B. Cory (med. v.: 17/039.5 : Bartlett)

Courage, Bryan

A blackbird in the dawn: song; words by Bryan Courage (17/135.5-2 : Colville)

Cousins, James H.

A curse on a closed gate {from Three songs for voice & viola}; words by James H. Cousins (17/447-4(2) : Peterkin)

Cowan, Samuel K.

Anchored!: song; words by S. K. Cowan (10/045-4[26] : Watson)

Out on the Deep; words by Samuel K. Cowan (song: 17/351.5 : Lohr)

Coward, Leslie

I only knew: song; words and music by Leslie Coward (17/138.5 : Coward)

Coward, Noël

Album of eight songs; words & music by Noël Coward (09/049-1 : Coward)

Bitter sweet piano selection; words and music by Noel Coward; sel. $ arr. H. M. Higgs (song: 17/139-7 : Coward)

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

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

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: song; words and music by Noel Coward (17/139-1 : Coward)

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

London pride; words and music by Noel Coward (song: 17/139-5 : Coward)

Mad dogs and Englishmen {from Words and Music}: song; words and music by Noel Coward (17/139-3 : Coward)

Poor little rich girl {from On With the Dance}: voc. fox-trot; words and music by Noel Coward (17/139-2 : Coward)

Songs to amuse: [15 songs]; words by Noël Coward (09/049-2 : Coward)

The stately homes of England {from Operette}; words and music by Noel Coward (song: 17/139-4 : Coward)

Zigeuner {from Bitter Sweet}; words and music by Noel Coward (song: 17/139-6 : Coward)

Cox, Desmond

When you come to the End of a Journey; words by Box and Cox (song: 17/093.5 : Box)

Coxford, Arthur Philip

The flag we love; words by Arthur Coxford (song: 17/366 : Macey)

Cranmer, Damian

The King shall rejoice: Coronation anthem for King George II, 1727; Psalm 21; ed. Damian Cranmer (SATB choir: 02/052-1.1 : Handel)

Crashaw, Richard

Lo, the full, final sacrifice: festival anthem for chor. & organ (or orch.); words by Richard Crashaw (SATB choir: 02/043 : Finzi)

Crawford, Mrs (Anne?, Julia?, Marion?)

Kathleen Mavourneen: Irish song; words by Mrs Crawford (17/143 (a) : Crouch)

Kathleen Mavourneen; words by Mrs Crawford (song: 17/143 (b) : Crouch)

Kathleen Mavourneen; written by Mrs Crawford (song: 17/143 (c) : Crouch)

Craxton, Harold

Andante and variations in F minor; ed. Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/170-10 : Haydn)

Intermezzo {from Faschingsschwank aus Wien} Op. 26 No. 4; ed. Craxton & Dunhill (p. solo: 21/332-1(4) : Schumann)

Mazurkas; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/080-8.3 : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/082-1.5 : Chopin)

Oboe concerto in G minor: arr. for oboe & piano; arr. Harold Craxton (36/037-3 : Handel)

Preludes; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/082-3.4 : Chopin)

Preludium in D minor; adapt. & ed. Harold Craxton & Alfred Moffat (p. solo: 21/068.5 : Carbonelli)

Six sonatinas; ed. Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/027-6.1 : Beethoven)

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

Sonata No. 4 Op. 7 in E flat major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 4 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 5 Op. 10 No. 1 in C minor; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 5 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 7 Op. 10 No. 3 in D major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 7 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata [No. 8] in C minor Op. 13 (Pathétique); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 8 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 9 Op. 14 No. 1 in E major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 9 (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 10 Op. 14 No. 2 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.10 (d) : Beethoven)

Sonata in A-flat Op. 26; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.12 (b) (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 13 Op. 27 No. 1 in E flat major (Quasi Fantasia); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.13 (a) (b) (d) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 14 Op. 27 No. 2 in C# minor (Moonlight); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.14 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 16 Op. 31 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.16 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 17 Op. 31 No. 2 in D minor; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.17 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 19 in G minor Op. 49 no. 1; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.19 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 20 Op. 49 No. 2 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.20 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 21 Op. 53, in C major (Waldstein); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.21 (a) (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 22 Op. 54 in F major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.22 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 23 Op. 57 in F minor (Appassionata); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.23 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 24 in F sharp Op. 78; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.24 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 25 Op. 79 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.25 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 27 Op. 90; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.27 (a) (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 28 Op. 101 in A major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.28 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 30 Op. 109 in E major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.30 (a) (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 31 Op. 110 in A flat major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.31 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 32 Op. 111 in C minor; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.32 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 1 Nos. 1-11; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5-i(1) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 2 Nos. 12-22; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5-i(2) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 3 Nos. 23-32; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5-i(3) : Beethoven)

Suite in E, No. 5; ed. Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/166-5(5) : Handel)

Twelve variations in A (Das Waldmädchen); ed. Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/027-8.1 : Beethoven)

Two jigs; arr. & adapt. Harold Craxton & Alfred Moffat (p. solo: 21/136.5 : Festing)

Waltzes; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/082-8 : Chopin)

Craxton, Janet

First book of oboe solos: [26 pieces]; ed. & arr. Janet Craxton & Alan Richardson (oboe & piano: 36/131-3(1))

Second book of oboe solos: [28 pieces]; ed. & arr. Janet Craxton & Alan Richardson (oboe & piano: 36/131-3(2))

Crichton, Jean

Evening shadows: song; words by Jean Crichton (17/096-2 : Brahe)

Crosby, Fanny

Open the gates of the Temple: song; words by Fanny Crosby (17/320 : Knapp)

Cross, Beverley

The Mines of Sulphur (Ballade im Moor): opera; librettist: Beverley Cross (06/005 : Bennett)

Cross, Gerald H.

O Lily lady of loveliness: air for contralto & strings; words by Gerald H. Cross (42/009-1 : Besley)

Crowe, Frederick J.W.

The training college song book: [50 songs]; ed. Frederick J.W. Crowe (10/041.5)

Crozier, Eric

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

Saint Nicholas Op. 42: cantata; words by Eric Crozier (SATB choir: 01/023-5 : Britten)

Cruft, Eugene

Double bass excerpts from the orchestral repertoire (34/110-2)

The Eugene Cruft school of double bass playing: a method with a repertoire (34/110-1)

Cummings, William H.

Dido and Aeneas: opera; ed. William H. Cummings (06/042-2 (c) (d) : Purcell)

King Arthur [abridged concert ed.]: opera; adapted from compl. ed. of W. H. Cummings (06/042-3 (a) : Purcell)

Cunningham, Allan

Hame Op. 18 No. 1; words by Allan Cunningham (song: 17/149 : Davies)

A sea song; words by Allan Cunningham (song: 17/059-1 : Benbow)

Cunningham, Maud

Spring's awakening: valse song; words by Maud Cunningham (17/488-12 : Sanderson)

Curtis, G. B. de

Come back to Sorrento (Torna a Surriento); words by G. B. De Curtis; Eng. version Claude Aveling (song: 17/144 : Curtis)

Curwen, John

The Messiah: sacred oratorio; ed. John Curwen (44/027-2 (d) : Handel)

Curzon, Theodore

Devonshire cream and cider: song; words by Theodore Curzon (17/488-13 : Sanderson)

Curzon, Ursula

The light of the sunset glow: song; words by Ursula Curzon; adapt. from Easthope Martin's 'Evensong' (17/384-5 : Martin)

Czerny, Carl

L'art de la fugue; ed. Charles Czerny (p. solo: 20/090[2] : Bach)

15 inventions in 2 & 3 parts; ed. Czerny, etc (p. solo: 21/015-3.2 : Bach)

48 preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 1; ed. Carl Czerny (21/015-9.2(1) : Bach)

48 preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 1; ed. Carl Czerny (21/015-9.3(1) : Bach)

48 preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 2; ed. Carl Czerny (21/015-9.3(2) : Bach)

Inventionen: zweistimmig: 15 inventions à deux voix; ed. Czerny, etc (p. solo: 21/015-3.5 : Bach)

Klavierwerke: [4 pieces]; ed. Czerny, Griepenkerl u. Roitzsch (p. solo: 21/015-0 : Bach)

Klavierwerke; ed. Czerny, Griepenkerl u. Roitzsch [et alii] (p. solo: 21/015- 0.3 : Bach)

Die Kunst der Fuge {from Klavierwerke}; ed. Carl Czerny (21/016-4 : Bach)

Partitas Bk 1, Nos 1-3; ed. Carl Czerny (p. solo: 21/015-5.1(1) : Bach)

Partitas No. 1-3; ed. Carl Czerny (p. solo: 21/015-5.2(1) : Bach)

Partitas Bk 2, Nos 4-6; ed. Carl Czerny (p. solo: 21/015-5.1(2) : Bach)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl: [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues; ed. Carl Czerny & F. A. Roitzsch (21/015- 0.2[1] : Bach)

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2; ed. Carl Czerny (21/015-9.2(2) : Bach)

D'Arcy Jaxone, H. L.

see Jaxone, H. L. D'Arcy

D'Urfey, Thomas

Within a mile of Edinburgh town: popular song; [words by Thomas D’Urfey] (16/050-4 [ 3] : Hook)

Dacre, Harry

I want to see the old home again: [song]; words and music by Harry Dacre (16/050-4 [ 8] : Dacre)

Daddow, Edith M.

Four poems; words by Edith M. Daddow (song: 09/197 : Travers)

Dafforne, Matilda Rose

see Betjemann, Rose Dafforne

Dam, H. J. W.

The shop girl: musical farce; words by H. J. W. Dam, additional numbers by Adrian Ross & Lionel Monckton (07/005.5-2 : Caryll)

Damm, Gustav

Sämmtliche Sonaten; ed. Gustav Damm (p. solo: 21/027-5-g : Beethoven)

Danes, Cecily

La golondrina (The swallow): Mexican song; words by Cecily Danes (17/506 : Serradell)

Dannreuther, Edward

3 concert studies; ed. Edward Dannreuther (p. solo: 21/219-5.1 : Liszt)

Dante Alighieri

Fantasy Op. 42: cantata; founded upon passages in Dante's Divina Commedia (01/030-1 : Davies)

Darlow, Denys

The Passion of Christ: for soloists (SSAATTTBB), mixed chor. & orch. (or org.); ed. Denys Darlow (08/027-7 : Handel)

Darnton, P. W.

David and Jonathan: oratorio; words by P. W. Darnton (08/015 : Darnton)

Dart, Thurston

Clement Matchett's virginal book (1612): twelve pieces by William Byrd, John Bull, John Wilbye and others; transc. & ed. Thurston Dart (41/006)

Dido and Aeneas: opera; ed. Margaret Laurie & Thurston Dart (06/042-2 (a) (b) (e) : Purcell)

Fantasia: 'Three Parts Upon a Ground' (3 violins, cello or viola da gamba, harpsichord or piano); ed. Denis Stevens & Thurston Dart (42/027 : Purcell)

Davenant, William (Sir)

Awake!: serenade (voc. duet); words by Sir William Davenant (sop. & contr./ bar.: 18/117 : Pelissier)

The lark now leaves his wat'ry nest: serenade; poetry by Sir William Davenant (16/050-5 [ 1] : Hatton)

David, Ferdinand

Sonaten (1-10); ed. Ferd. David (violin & piano: 28/003-1 (b)[1] (c) : Beethoven)

Sonaten (1-10); ed. Ferd. David (violin & piano: 28/003-1 (c) : Beethoven)

Sonates 1-8; ed. Ferd. David (violin & piano: 28/026[1] : Haydn)

Violin sonatas Nos. 1-3; ed. Ferd. David, rev. Adam Carse (28/002-2(1) : Bach)

Violin sonatas Nos. 4-6; ed. Ferd. David, rev. Adam Carse (28/002-2(2) : Bach)

David, Worton

Are We Downhearted? No!; words and music by Worton David and Lawrence Wright (song: 17/594.5 : Wright)

A night of romance: song; words by Worton David (17/428-3 : Nicholls)

That old fashioned mother of mine: song; words by Worton David (17/428-2 : Nicholls)

There's a ship that's bound for Blighty: song; words by Worton David (17/513 : Shirley)

Davidson, Harriet Miller

Oh! for a breath o' the moorlands; words by Harriet Miller Davidson (med./ high v.: 17/570.5 : Whelpley)

Davidson, Thomas

The ash tree: song; words by Thomas Davidson (17/364-4 : MacCunn)

Davie, Cedric Thorpe

The Oxford Scottish song book: [60 songs]; ed. Cedric Thorpe Davie & George McVicar (10/023)

Davies, Henry Walford

The Church anthem book: one hundred anthems authorised for use in public worship; ed. Sir Walford Davies & Henry G. Ley (02/202-1)

The fellowship song book, Pt 1: [87 songs]; sel. & arr. H. Walford Davies (10/011)

Davies, Laurence H.

Three Spanish carols: unison; Eng. words & arr. Laurence H. Davies (09/056 : Davies)

Davies, W. H.

Clouds: 2-part song for female (or treble) v.; poem by W. H. Davies (18/025-1 : Boughton)

Money, O! {from Songs of the Countryside}; words by W.H. Davies (low v.: 17/266-7 : Head)

Sweet chance that led my steps abroad {from Songs of the Countryside}; words by W.H. Davies (high v.: 17/266-5 : Head)

Davis, Jimmie

You are my sunshine; words and music by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell (song: 17/150.5 : Davis)

Davison, Archibald T.

Historical anthology of music, vol. 2: Baroque, Rococo, and Pre-Classical music; [comp.] Archibald T. Davison & Willi Apel (p. solo: 16/060(2))

Davisson, Walther

Etüden Op. 36 Heft 1, 1-30; ed. Walther Davisson (violin: 25/011(1) : Mazas)

Dawson, Harry

'Maypril': song of Spring; words by Harry Dawson (17/590- 8 : Wood)

Nightfall; words by Harry Dawson (song: 17/219-5 : Gibbs)

Whene'er you call: song; words by Harry Dawson (17/590-11 : Wood)

Dayson, Philip

The longshoreman: song; words by Philip Dayson (17/119.3 : Chesham)

de la Mare, Walter

see Mare, Walter de la

De Sylva, B. G. 'Buddy'

April showers {from The Jolson Story}; words by B. G. DeSylva (song: 17/517 : Silvers)

De Sylva-Brown-Henderson

Sunny side up; words and music by DeSylva-Brown-Henderson (song: 17/161.7 : DeSylva)

Dearmer, Mabel

The bubble song {from The Cockyolly Bird}; words by Mabel Dearmer (17/510-2 : Shaw)

The sky above the roof; words by Mabel Dearmer (from the French of Verlaine) (17/555-9 : Vaughan-Williams)

Songs of praise (enlarged ed.): [collection of hymns, national in character]; words ed. Percy Dearmer; mus. ed. Ralph Vaughan Williams, Martin Shaw (02/203-3)

Dearmer, Percy

The Oxford book of carols; ed. Percy Dearmer, R. Vaughan Williams, Martin Shaw (02/210)

Dehmel, Richard

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

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

Dekker, Thomas

The merry month of May: [song]; words by Thomas Dekker (10/089[12] : Ireland)

Sweet content; [poem by] Thomas Dekker (high v.: 17/563-5 : Warlock)

Troll the bowl; words by Thomas Dekker (song: 17/405-3 : Moeran)

Del Riego, Teresa

The greatest wish in the world: song; words and music by Teresa Del Riego (17/156- 1 : DelRiego)

Happy song; words and music by Teresa Del Riego (song: 17/156- 2 : DelRiego)

Thank God for a garden: song; words and music by Teresa Del Riego (17/156- 4 : DelRiego)

Dennett, F. J.

The skipper: song; words by F. J. Dennett (17/306-3 : Jude)

Dent, Edward J.

The Beggar's Opera; ed. Edward J Dent (misc. v.: 07/012-1.5 : Gay)

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

Dido and Aeneas: opera; ed. & arr. Edward J Dent (06/042-1 : Purcell)

A divine hymn; by Mr John Church; ed. Edward J. Dent (song: 17/120 : Church)

The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte): opera in 2 acts; Eng. version Edward J. Dent; voc. sc. Erwin Stein (06/032-4 : Mozart)

The Marriage of Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro): comic opera in 4 acts; Eng. version Edward J. Dent; voc. sc. Erwin Stein (06/032-5 (a) (b) (e) (f) : Mozart)

O vale resounding {from The Trojans}; words by Edward J. Dent (song: 17/071 : Berlioz)

Psalmus Hungaricus Op. 13: Hungarian paraphr. of 55th Psalm for ten. solo, chor. & orch.; Eng . trans. Edward J. Dent (02/072-2 : Kodaly)

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

Desmond, Astra

Biblical songs (Biblické písnê) Op. 99 Bk 2 (6-10): [5 songs]; Eng. words Astra Desmond (09/063(2) (a) : Dvorak)

Dew, Stanley

Liberty: song; words by Stanley Dew (17/393.5 : Mellor)

Diack, J. Michael

Good fellows be merry {from The Peasant Cantata}; ed. J. Michael Diack (bar.: 17/025-8 : Bach)

Happy flock {from Was mir behagt}; ed. (& Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (sop./ mez.: 17/025-11 : Bach)

The Hundredth Psalm; arr. Ivor Atkins & J. Michael Diack (choir & semi-choir: 01/003-5 : Bach)

I follow with gladness {from St John Passion}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (sop.: 17/024-4 : Bach)

My heart rejoiceth (Et exultavit spiritus meus) {from Magnificat in D}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (mez.: 17/024-8 : Bach)

Of flowers the fairest {from The Peasant Cantata}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (sop./ mez.: 17/025-6 : Bach)

Oh yes, just so {from Phoebus and Pan}; Eng. words J. Michael Diack; arr. John E. West (mez.: 17/025-2 : Bach)

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92): with oboe or violin obbl.; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (sop./ mez.: 17/025-1 (a) : Bach)

On my Shepherd I rely {from Cantata No. 92); ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (sop./ mez.: 17/025-1 (b) (c) : Bach)

The Peasant cantata: [for SATB soli & chor.]; Eng. version Michael Diack, arr. Harry Edgar Baker (01/004-3 : Bach)

Quia respexit (He hath regarded) {from The Magnificat}: sop. solo; ed. J. Michael Diack (17/024-9 : Bach)

Samson: oratorio (abridged); ed. J. Michael Diack (08/027-7.51 : Handel)

Saviour make me all thine own {from St Matthew Passion}; ed. (with Eng. words) J. Michael Diack (sop.: 17/025-7 : Bach)

Dibdin, Charles

The jolly young waterman {from The Waterman}: song; written & composed by Charles Dibdin (song: 17/163 : Dibdin)

The thorn; words by Charles Dibdin?, after Burns? (song: 17/512 : Shield)

Dickinson, Dorothy

The apple tree fairy Op. 53 No. 4: song; words by Dorothy Dickinson (17/448-10 : Phillips)

April is a lady Op. 41 No. 4: song; words by Dorothy Dickinson (17/448- 1 : Phillips)

Dillon, William

The end of the road; written by William Dillon & Harry Lauder (song: 17/165 : Dillon)

Dodson, Gerald

The fishermen of England {from The Rebel Maid}: song; words by Gerald Dodson (17/448- 4 : Phillips)

The Rebel Maid: romantic light opera; lyrics by Gerald Dodson (07/025.5 : Phillips)

Doktor, Paul

Solos for the viola player: [16 pieces]; sel. & ed. Paul Doktor (viola & piano: 32/020-2)

Dolmetsch, Arnold

Select English songs and dialogues of the 16th and 17th centuries Bk 2: [12 songs]; ed. Arnold Dolmetsch (10/028)

Donnelly, Dorothy

Drinking song {from The Student Prince}; words by Dorothy Donnelly (song: 17/480-1 : Romberg)

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

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

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

Door, Anton

Préludes; ed. Anton Door (p. solo: 21/082-3.6 : Chopin)

Dörffel, Alfred

Arien-Album: Sammlung berühmter Arien fur Mezzo-Sopran [Bd 1]; rev. Alfred Dörffel (11/030(1))

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes migninnes sur quatre notes; rev. Alfred Dörffel (p. solo: 21/330-4 (c) : Schumann)

Sämtliche Lieder Bd 2: [87 songs]; rev. Alfred Dörffel (09/173(2) : Schumann)

Werke für Pianoforte solo, Bd 2; rev. Alfred Dörffel (21/330-1(2) : Schumann)

Douglas, Sherren

Come my sweet pretty maid; words by Sherren Douglas (song: 17/255 : Harding)

Dowdon, Aubrey

Columbine's garden: song; lyric by Aubrey Dowdon (10/045-6[10] : Besley)

Columbine's garden; words by Aubrey Dowdon (song: 17/075- 1 : Besley)

The happy lover: song; words by Aubrey Dowdon (17/075- 7 : Besley)

My heart remembers: song; words by Aubrey Dowdon (17/075- 8 : Besley)

My love goes with you: song; words by Aubrey Dowdon (17/075- 9 : Besley)

The second minuet: song; lyric by Aubrey Dowdon (17/075- 4 : Besley)

The second minuet: voc. duet; words by Aubrey Dowdon (male & fem. v.: 18/021 : Besley)

Drinkwater, John

Blossom time: musical play; lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell (07/031 : Schubert)

Blossom time: musical play in 2 acts [with music arr. & derived from Franz Schubert]; lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell (03/031 : Clutsam)

The toll-gate house: song; words by John Drinkwater (10/089[15] : Rowley)

Dryenforth, James

A garden in the rain: song; words by James Dryenforth (17/218 : Gibbons)

One love for ever; words by James Dryenforth (song: 17/343 : Leslie-Smith)

Du Bellay, Joachim

Quand reverrai-je, hélas!; quelques vers de Joachim du Bellay (song: 17/110.5[1] : Caplet)

Dukas, Paul

Sonates vol. 1 (1-15); rev. Paul Dukas (p. solo: 21/027-5- k(1) : Beethoven)

Dunbar, William

In honour of the City; from a poem by William Dunbar (choir: 01/035-2 : Dyson)

Ode on the Nativity: for sop. solo, chor. & orch.; words by William Dunbar (01/063-6 : Parry)

The Thistle and the Rose: for adolescent v. (SAB), str. & p., org. & bells (ad lib.); text adapted from works by William Dunbar and Edmund Spenser (18/040-2 : Davie)

Duncan, William Edmondstoune

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas); words by Nahum Tate; ed. Edmondstoune Duncan (17/460-7 : Purcell)

Dunhill, Thomas F.

Andante in F; ed. &c Thomas F. Dunhill (p. solo: 21/027-4 : Beethoven)

The art of finger dexterity Op. 740; rev. &c Thomas F. Dunhill (p. solo: 23/017-5 : Czerny)

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

Concerto No. 3 in C minor Op. 37; p. solo ed. Thomas F. Dunhill; 2nd p.-arr. Adam Carse (p. duo 2 p.: 22/005-3 (c) : Beethoven)

Hungarian fantasia: 2nd piano arr. Hans von Bülow; ed. & fing. Thomas F. Dunhill (p. duo 2 p.: 22/025.3 : Liszt)

Intermezzo {from Faschingsschwank aus Wien} Op. 26 No. 4; ed. Craxton & Dunhill (p. solo: 21/332-1(4) : Schumann)

Six ecossaises; ed. Thomas Dunhill (p. solo: 21/027-1.2 : Beethoven)

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

Sonatas [1-25]; ed. Thomas F. Dunhill (p. solo: 21/320-1 : Scarlatti)

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

Dunn, Geoffrey

Requiem: for four solo v. & chor.; new Eng. trans. Geoffrey Dunn (SMTB soli: 02/130-1.1 : Verdi)

Durham, Wesley

Cast thy burden: sacred song; words by Wesley Durham (17/247-2 : Hamblen)

Dwight, J. S.

O holy night (Nöel): song; words by J.S. Dwight; arr. H. A. Chambers (17/002.5 : Adam)

Eardley-Wilmot, D.

Coming home; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot (song: 17/575-4 : Willeby)

Little grey home in the west: song; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot (17/352- 4 : Lohr)

Only one word: song; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot (17/352- 6 : Lohr)

Temples of the forest: song; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot (17/352- 7 : Lohr)

Easmon, Kathleen

Big lady moon; words by Kathleen Easmon (song: 17/133-3 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Eastburn, R. A.

The little brown jug: [song and chorus (SATB)]; [words and music R. A. Eastburn] (16/050-1[12] : Eastburn)

Ebb, Fred

Cabaret: vocal selection; lyrics by Fred Ebb (09/099-1 : Kander)

Cabaret {from Cabaret}; lyric by Fred Ebb (song: 17/310 : Kander)

Chicago: vocal selection; lyrics by Fred Ebb (09/099-2 : Kander)

Eberhart, Nelle Richmond

Four American Indian songs Op. 45; poems by Nelle Richmond Eberhart (09/033 : Cadman)

I hear a thrush at eve: serenade; words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart (17/109.5 : Cadman)

When the white plum blows: song; words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart (17/109.5-2 : Cadman)

Edgar, Percy

God is guiding me: sacred song; words by Percy Edgar (17/590-14 : Wood)

Edward FitzGerald

Ah, moon of my delight {from In a Persian Garden}; words from FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (song: 17/336-10 : Lehmann)

Myself when young {from In a Persian Garden}; words from FitzGerald's Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (song: 17/336-6 : Lehmann)

Omar Khayyam: cantata [for 3 v. & chor.]; Ruba'iyat acc. to Edward FitzGerald, in 3 parts (01/011-1 : Bantock)

Egan, Kathleen

Ain't we got fun?; words by Gus Kahn & Raymond B. Egan (song: 17/572-1 : Whiting)

My heart Is yours: song; words by Kathleen Egan (17/108.5-4 : Burrows)

Our finest hour: song; words by Kathleen Egan (17/533-3 : Stolz)

Three far-away trees: song; words by Kathleen Egan (17/429.3 : Noel-Johnson)

Egan, Raymond B.

Till we meet again; words by Raymond B. Egan (song: 17/572-2 : Whiting)

Ege, Henrik

Roll Up Sailorman: song; words by Henrik Ege (17/012-1 : Ansell)

Such lovely things: song; words by Henrik Ege (17/429.5 : North)

Thesweetest time of the year: song; lyric by Frank Marchant & Henrik Ege (17/281-2 : Henman)

Eichendorff, Joseph von

Vier letzte Lieder (Four last songs): for high v. & piano; words by Hermann Hesse (1-3), Joseph von Eichendorff (4) (sop.: 11/028.1-2 : Strauss)

Eisoldt, Hermann

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

Eldée, Lilian

Trot here and there: duet [sop. & bar.]; words by Lilian Eldée & Percy Greenbank (18/103 : Messager)

Elgar, Caroline Alice

From the Bavarian Highlands Op. 27: six choral songs (SATB); words by C. Alice Elgar (01/037-2 : Elgar)

Eliot, T. S.

Canticle IV: Journey of the Magi Op. 86: for counter-ten., ten., bar. & piano; poem by T. S. Eliot (01/023-9 : Britten)

Cats: the songs from the musical; text by T.S. Eliot (09/207-1 : Webber)

Memory {from Cats}; text by Trevor Nunn after T. S. Eliot (song: 17/566-2 : Webber)

Eliscu, Edward

Without a song {from Great Day}; lyric by William Rose & Edward Eliscu (song: 17/598-3 : Youmans)

Elkin, R. H.

On wings of song (Auf Flügeln des Gesanges) Op. 34 no. 2; Eng. version by R. H. Elkin; ed. Sydney Northcote (high v.: 17/394-3 : Mendelssohn)

One fine day (Un bel dì, vedremo) {from Madam Butterfly}: [sop. aria: Madama Butterfly]; Eng. trans. R. H. Elkin (17/457-6 : Puccini)

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

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1; from Ibsen's "Pier Gynt"; Eng. words R. H. Elkin (song: 17/234-3 (c) : Grieg)

Spring (Våren) Op. 33 No. 2; Eng. words by R. H. Elkin (song: 17/234-5 (a) (b) : Grieg)

Spring (Våren) Op. 33 No. 2; Eng. words by R. H. Elkin (song: 17/234-5 (c) (d) : Grieg)

Ten celebrated classical songs, Ser. 2; ed. Alberto Randegger; Eng. adapt. R.H. Elkin (med./ high v.: 10/064(2))

To a wild rose Op. 51 No. 1; words by R. H. Elkin (song: 17/365 : MacDowell)

Turandot: lyric dama in 3 acts & 5 scenes; Eng. adapt. R. H. Elkin (06/038-5 : Puccini)

20 selected songs Bk 1; Eng. words R. H. Elkin (low v.: 09/081-4(1) : Grieg)

The violet and the rose {from A la Watteau}: song; words by R. H. Elkin (17/337-1 : Lehmann)

Ellerton, George

The smile of Spring: voc. waltz; words by George Ellerton (17/193-1 : Fletcher)

Elliott, Kenneth

Fourteen Psalm settings of the early Reformed Church in Scotland; ed. Kenneth Elliott (SATB choir: 02/205-5)

Elliott, Leslie

The Good Lord's satisfied: song; lyric and music by Leslie Elliott (17/180.5 : Elliott)

Elst, Frédéric van der

Villanelle (With the swallow): song; Fr. Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. Constance Bache (16/050-5 [27] : DellAcqua)

Villanelle (Oft have I seen); F. van der Elst; Eng. version Nathan Haskell Dole (sop./ ten.: 17/161 (a) : DellAcqua)

Villanelle (With the swallow): song; Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. words Constance Bache (17/161 (b) : DellAcqua)

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

Thine eyes still shined for me; words by Emerson (song: 17/442-2 : Parry)

Emery, Walter

Duet for organ; ed. Walter Emery (40/267 : Wesley)

Organ works Bk 4: Sonatas Nos. 1-3; ed. John Dykes Bower & Walter Emery (40/001-2.2(4) : Bach)

Emmanuel, Maurice

Suites françaises; ed. M. Emmanuel (p. solo: 21/015- 0.3[3] : Bach)

Emmens, S. H.

I couldn't, could I?: song; words by S. H. Emmens (17/479-3 : Roeckel)

England, Paul

Die Bekehrte: Damon: song; German words by Goethe; Eng. by Paul England (10/045-5[ 2] : Stange)

Damon (Die Bekehrte): song; Goethe; Eng. words Paul England (17/529.5 : Stange)

Faust (La damnation de Faust) Op. 24: dramatic legend; Eng. version Paul England (misc. v.: 06/006.5 : Berlioz)

Faust (La Damnation de Faust) Op. 24: dramatic legend; Eng. by Paul England (misc. v.: 08/011-2 : Berlioz)

Lullaby (Wiegenlied) Op. 49 No. 4: song; Eng. words Paul England (17/098-5 (c) : Brahms)

Sleepers, wake! (Wachet auf … ): cantata; ed. C. V. Stanford; Eng. words Paul England (SATB soli: 01/004-5.1 : Bach)

Ständchen (Serenade); A. F. von Schack; ; Eng. words Paul England (song: 17/538-1 (a) : Strauss)

Ständchen (Serenade); A. F. von Schack; ; Eng. words Paul England (song: 17/538-1 (b) (c) : Strauss)

When a maiden takes your fancy {from Il Seraglio}: [bass aria: Osmin]; Eng. words Paul England (17/419-7 : Mozart)

English, Thomas Dunn

Ben Bolt: ballad; [words by Thomas Dunn English] (17/320.5 : Kneass)

Enoch, Frederick

The Bride of Dunkerron: dramatic cantata; words by Frederick Enoch (01/069 : Smart)

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

Epstein, Richard

Nineteen sonatas; ed. Richard Epstein (p. solo: 21/254-5.3 : Mozart)

Erard, Clive

In God's Good time: song; words and music by Tommie Connor & Clive Erard (17/136-2 : Connor)

Erben, K. J.

The spectre's bride: dram. cantata; written by K.J. Erben (01/033 : Dvorak)

Erk, Ludwig

Erk's deutscher Liederschatz, Bd 1: [250 songs]; ed. Ludwig Erk (10/008.5(1))

Erskine, Ella

Daffodils Op. 68 No. 1; words by Ella Erskine (song: 17/501-5 : Scott)

Eyre-Todd, George

Songs of Caledonia: a collection of old and new Scots songs; ed. George Eyre-Todd; p. accomps. J. Kenyon Lees (10/062-4)

Eyton, Frank

If stars were tears: song; words by Frank Eyton (17/127- 7 : Coates)

To-day is ours: song; words by Frank Eyton (17/127- 5 : Coates)

La vie en rose (Take me to your heart again); Eng. lyric by Frank Eyton; Fre. by Edith Piaf (song: 17/238-1 : Louiguy)

You've done something to my heart; words by Frank Eyton & Ian Grant (song: 17/211-5 : Gay)

Fahy, Francis A.

Husheen {from An Album of Twelve Hush Songs}: modern Irish hush-song; words by Francis A. Fahy (17/425-3 : Needham)

Falconer, Edmund

Killarney: [song]; poetry by E. Falconer (16/050-4 [10] : Balfe)

Killarney; words by Edmund Falconer (song: 17/026-2 (a) : Balfe)

Killarney (song) and Killarney March (piano); words by E. Falconer; March arr. Adolphe Abbey (17/026-2 (b) : Balfe)

Faning, Eaton

The songs of England, vol. 2: [107] melodies; ed. J. L. Hatton & Eaton Faning (10/031(2))

Farjeon, Eleanor

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

Farlane, George

Sonata no. 6 in D major [K. 284]; ed. George Farlane & Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/254-6.3(6) : Mozart)

Sonata no. 12 in F [K. 332]; ed. George Farlane & Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/254-6.3(12) : Mozart)

Farnell, George H.

Invitation à la valse; ed. Geo. H. Farnell (p. solo: 21/376-5 : Weber)

Symphony in C minor no. 5: p. solo w. violin & cello ad lib.; arr. Geo. H. Farnell (28/003-9 : Beethoven)

Tales from the Vienna Woods: waltzes; arr. Geo. H. Farnell (p. trio vn & vc: 24/028.8 : Strauss)

Farnie, Henry Brougham

Il bacio (The dream of home); Eng. version Henry Farnie (song: 17/013-1 (c) : Arditi)

The dream of home: song-waltz; Eng. Henry Farnie (16/050-5 [23] : Arditi)

Gendarmes' duet {from Geneviève de Brabant}; words by H. B. Farnie (18/111-1 : Offenbach)

The guardian angel: song; words by Henry Farnie (17/225-2 : Gounod)

Love the vagrant {from Carmen}: celebrated Havanera; Eng. version H. B. Farnie (song: 17/080-1 : Bizet)

She alone charmeth my sadness {from Irene (''La reine de Saba'')}: recit. & air; words by Henry Farnie (17/225-9 : Gounod)

Fellowes, Edmund Horace

Fifty songs for high voice Bk 1: [25 songs]; sel. & ed. Edmund H. Fellowes (09/059.5(1) : Dowland)

Fifty songs for high voice Bk 2: [25 songs]; sel. & ed. Edmund H. Fellowes (09/059.5(2) : Dowland)

Forty Elizabethan love-songs Bk 1 (1-10); ed. & arr. Edmund Horace Fellowes (10/009.5)

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis of the Great Service; ed. E.H. Fellowes (SATB choir: 02/030-3 : Byrd)

Mass for three voices; ed. E.H. Fellowes (ATB choir: 02/030-2 : Byrd)

Mass for four voices; ed. E.H. Fellowes (02/030-1 (a) (b) : Byrd)

Mass for five voices (SATTB); ed. E.H. Fellowes (SATTB choir: 02/030-6 : Byrd)

When David heard: sacred song (for SAATB); ed. Edmund H. Fellowes (05/018.5 : Tomkins)

Fellows, Reginald

God will remember (Bells at eventide): song; words by Reginald Fellows (17/424-1 : Myers)

Ferguson, Howard

Nine sonatas; ed. Howard Ferguson (p. solo: 21/320-8 : Scarlatti)

Selected keyboard works Bk 2, Miscellaneous pieces; ed. Howard Ferguson (p. solo: 21/014(2) : Bach)

Selected keyboard works Bk 4, Six sonatas from the 'Versuch'; ed. Howard Ferguson (p. solo: 21/014(4) : Bach)

Thirty-three dances; ed. & annot. Howard Ferguson (p. solo: 21/328-10 : Schubert)

Three piano pieces D.946; ed. Howard Ferguson (21/328-8.5 : Schubert)

Twenty-one short piano pieces; ed. Howard Ferguson (21/218-3 : Liszt)

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

Ferguson, Samuel

The lark in the clear air: Irish air; words by Sir Samuel Ferguson; arr. Phyllis Tate (high v.: 17/547.8 : Tate)

Field, Eugene

A Christmas song; words by Eugene Field (17/510-7 : Shaw)

The fairy's lullaby {from An Album of Twelve Hush songs}: song; words by Eugene Field (17/425-2 : Needham)

Fielden, Thomas

Mazurkas; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/080-8.3 : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/082-1.5 : Chopin)

Preludes; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/082-3.4 : Chopin)

Waltzes; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton (p. solo: 21/082-8 : Chopin)

Fields, Dorothy

Dinner at eight; lyric by Dorothy Fields (song: 17/370-1 : McHugh)

Pick yourself up {from Swing Time}; words by Dorothy Fields (song: 17/318-4 : Kern)

Second Jerome Kern album: [6 songs]; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (1-2), Dorothy Fields (4,5) et al. (09/101(2) : Kern)

The way you look tonight; words by Dorothy Fields; arr. George Mitchell (SATB soli: 18/079.2 : Kern)

Finlay, Marjorie N.

The Saviour's birth: Church cantata for Christmas [for SATB soli & chor.]; words by Marjorie N. Finlay (01/039 : Finlay)

Finley, Lorraine Noel

Twenty-one concert arias for soprano vol. 1: [10 songs]; Eng. versions Lorraine Noel Finley (11/015-5(1) : Mozart)

Twenty-one concert arias for soprano vol. 2: [11 songs]; Eng. versions Lorraine Noel Finley (11/015-5(2) : Mozart)

Finny, W. E. St Lawrence

Princess Elizabeth of England: song; words by Dr W. E. St Lawrence Finny (song: 17/590-13 : Wood)

Fischhof, Rob

Lieder ohne Worte: für piano solo; ed. Rob Fischhof (21/236-4.8 : Mendelssohn)

Fisher, Noel

Konzert No. 1 B moll Op. 23; ed. Noel Fisher (p. solo: 21/368-8 : Tchaikovsky)

Fisher, Richard

My love will go a'winding; words by Richard Fisher (song: 17/298.5-4 : Jefferies)

Fisher, William Arms

Goin' home {adapted from the Largo of the New World symphony}; words and adapt. by William Arms Fisher (song: 17/174-4 : Dvorak)

Fitzball, Edward

The bloom is on the rye (My pretty Jane): song; words by Edward Fitzball (16/050-4 [13] : Bishop)

'Tis the harp in the air {from Maritana}: romance; words by E. Fitzball (10/045-9[5] : Wallace)

Flanders, Michael

Flanders & Swann song book: [10 songs]; words by Michael Flanders (09/189 : Swann)

The hippopotamus song; words by Michael Flanders (17/546-1 : Swann)

Fleg, Edmond

OEdipe, op. 23: tragedie lyrique en 4 actes et 6 tableaux; poèmes de Edmond Fleg; p. red. Henry Lauth (06/015.5 : Enescu)

Fleming, Elizabeth

Safe home!: song; words by Elizabeth Fleming (17/592.5 : Woodgate)

Flesch, Carl

Sonaten [1-19]; ed. Arthur Schnabel & Carl Flesch (violin & piano: 28/033 : Mozart)

Fletcher, Greene, Dekker, Marvell

Six pastorals Op. 15: [4 v., 4 strings & piano]; poems by Fletcher, Greene, Dekker & Marvell (01/030-2 : Davies)

Fletcher, John

Mourn no moe: [song]; words by John Fletcher (1616) (10/089[ 8] : Warlock)

Tears [ie "Weep you no more sad fountains"]: [song]; words from (?)Dowland, ascr. here to John Fletcher (10/089[14] : Gurney)

Foley, J.W.

Good morning, Brother Sunshine: song; words by J.W. Foley (17/336-3 : Lehmann)

Foley, N.

Play, gipsy, play! {from Maritza}; Eng. lyrics by Clifford Grey & N. Foley (song: 17/309 : Kalman)

Forbes, Watson

Scales & arpeggios for violinists Bk 2 (Grades 6-8); ed. Watson Forbes & Gertrude Collins (25/020-3(2))

Ford, Thomas

There is a lady sweet and kind; poem by Thomas Ford (high v.: 17/563-6 : Warlock)

There is a ladye; words by Thomas Ford (song: 17/108.7 : Bury)

Ford, Walter

A collection of Handel's songs, vol. 2 [dram. sop.]: [22 songs]; sel. & ed. Walter Ford (11/009(2) : Handel)

Enjoy the sweet Elysian grove {from Alceste}: [song]; ed. Walter Ford; p.acc. Rupert Erlebach (17/252-16 : Handel)

62 classical recitatives; sel. & ed. Walter Ford (sop./ mez./ ten.: 11/036-2)

62 classical recitatives, Pt 1 (1-33): for sop., mez. & ten. v.; sel. & ed. Walter Ford (19/080(1))

Forrest, George "Chet"

The Great Waltz: [based on music by Johann Strauss I & II adapted by E.W. Korngold]; music & lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (misc. v.: 03/195-2 : Wright)

I love you; words by Robert Wright & George Forrest (song: 17/234-1 (d) : Grieg)

Kismet: musical Arabian night [from themes by Alexander Borodin]; music & lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (misc. v.: 03/195-1 : Wright)

Kismet: musical Arabian night; adapted from the music of Alexander Borodin; lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (07/058-1 : Wright)

Song of Norway: operetta; based on life & music of Edvard Grieg; lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (07/058 : Wright)

Sweethearts: song; words by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest (17/283.2-3 : Herbert)

Foss, Sam Walter

The house by the side of the road: song; words by Sam Walter Foss (17/475 : Rizzi)

Foster, Myles B.

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

The songs of Scotland, vol. 2: 143 songs; coll. & ed. Myles B. Foster (10/035(2))

Foster, Stephen

Oh! Susanna {from The Covered Wagon}; words & music by Stephen Foster (song: 17/201-3 : Foster)

Fowler, Frederick

Oxford books of recorder music Bk 2, Descant recorder and piano; arr. William Appleby & Frederick Fowler (36/160-5)

Sing together!: 100 songs for unison singing; arr. William Appleby & Frederick Fowler (10/049)

Fox-Strangways, A H

The Creation: [oratorio for STB soli, chor. & orch.]; new Eng. text A H Fox-Strangways & Steuart Wilson (08/029-1.2 : Haydn)

Margaret (Gretchen am Spinnrade) {from Goethes Faust}; Eng. version A. H. Fox Strangeways and Steuart Wilsonl (low v.: 17/496- 3 (b) : Schubert)

Francke, Hermann

Cinderella (Aschenbrödel) Op. 545: for sop. & alto soli & chor. of fem v.; words by Hermann Francke; Eng. by Lewis Novra (01/001 : Abt)

Fraser, Marjory Kennedy-

see Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory

Freed, Arthur

Alone {from A NIght at the opera}; words by Arthur Freed (song: 17/105-3 : Brown)

Broadway melody; written by Arthur Freed (song: 17/105-1 : Brown)

Singin' in the rain (soundtrack album); words by Arthur Freed (song: 07/005.4 : Brown)

Singin' in the rain; words by Arthur Freed (song: 17/105-4 : Brown)

Freeman, W. H.

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

Freer, Dawson

Come, ever smiling liberty {from Judas Maccabaeus}; ed. Dawson Freer (sop.: 17/252-11 : Handel)

In the hedge a rose is blooming (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut) Op. 26 no. 2; W. Osterwald; Eng. text Dawson Freer (song: 17/205-4 : Franz)

The violet (Das Veilchen); words by Goethe; Eng. version (& ed.) Dawson Freer (sop.: 17/419-10 : Mozart)

Frehse, Albin

Sixty selected studies for French horn, Bk 2 (35-60); rev. Fr. Gumbert (ie Gumpert), Albin Frehse (horn: 35/057-1(2) : Kopprasch)

French, Arthur W.

Barney, take me home again: song and [SATB] chorus; words by Arthur W. French (16/050-1[70] : Persley)

French, Percy

Phil the fluter's ball: song; words and music W. P. French (17/206-2 : French)

Friedheim, Art

Etudes for the piano: [27 studies]; rev. & fing. Arthur Friedheim (p. solo: 21/080-5.5 : Chopin)

Friedlaender, Max

Gesänge Bd 1: [188 songs]; krit. rev. Max Friedlaender (09/169-9(1) : Schubert)

Lieder Bd 1; rev. Max Friedlaender (high v.: 09/025-8(1) : Brahms)

Lieder Bd 2: [incomplete: 40+ songs]; rev. Max Friedlaender (09/170(2) : Schubert)

Lieder Bd 3: [82 songs]; rev. Max Friedlaender (09/173(3) : Schumann)

Lieder Bd 7: Original-Ausgabe; rev. Max Friedlaender (09/170(7) : Schubert)

Selected songs: [34 songs]; ed. Max Friedlaender (09/169-5 : Schubert)

Unterrichtslieder, Sammlung [60] berühmter Lieder; ed. Max Friedlaender (high v.: 10/091)

Friedman, Ignaz

Polonaisen; ed. Ignaz Friedman (p. solo: 21/082-2.5 : Chopin)

Fryer, Herbert

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

Intermezzo in A Op. 118 No. 2; ed. Herbert Fryer (p. solo: 21/053-3.4 : Brahms)

Kräftig und feurig Op. 7 No. 3: from Seven characteristic studies; ed. Herbert Fryer (p. solo: 21/236-3.8 : Mendelssohn)

Fuller, William

An evening hymn, on a ground (Now that the sun ...); words by Dr William Fuller (song: 17/460-1 (a) (b) (d) : Purcell)

Furber, Douglas

The bells of St Mary's: song; words by Douglas Furber (17/003 : Adams)

The bells of St Mary's: duet; words by Douglas Furber; arr. Ernest Newton (18/003 : Adams)

Lambeth walk {from Me and My Girl}; lyrics by Douglas Furber & Arthur Rose (song: 17/211-2 : Gay)

Fyleman, Rose

The fairy tailor: song; words by Rose Fyleman (17/266-2 : Head)

There are fairies at the bottom of our garden: song; words by Rose Fyleman (17/336-9 : Lehmann)

Gale, Norman

Timothy's cradle song: for sop.; words by Norman Gale (17/048 : Beard)

Galeotti, C.

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

Scènes de la forêt Op. 82; ed. C. Galeotti (p. solo: 21/331-1 : Schumann)

Gallet, Louis

Mignon: mélodie; poésie de Louis Gallet (sop.: 17/225-7 : Gounod)

Ganche, Edouard

Etudes: [27 studies]; ed. Edouard Ganche (p. solo: 21/080-5.1 : Chopin)

Rondeaux; ed. Edouard Ganche (p. solo: 21/082-4.1 : Chopin)

Gannon, Kim

Always in my heart; lyric by Kim Gannon (song: 17/333.5 : Lecuona)

Ganz, Wilhelm

Etude de la vélocité Op. 299: [first] thirty exercises; ed. Wilhelm Ganz (p. solo: 23/017-2 (b) : Czerny)

Garcia, Albert

A book of recitatives: [30 songs]; sel. & ed. Frederick Keel & Albert Garcia (sop./ mez./ ten.: 11/036)

A book of recitatives, Pt 1 (1-30): for sop., mez. & ten. v.; sel. & ed. Frederick Keel & Albert Garcia (19/085(1))

A book of recitatives, Pt 2 (contr., bar. & bass): [30 rec.]; sel. & ed. Frederick Keel & Albert Garcia (19/085(2))

Gardiner, John

The Dracula spectacula: spooky musical; lyrics by John Gardiner (03/105 : Parr)

Garrett, Blanche Pownall

To a girl on her birthday: song; words by Blanche Pownall Garrett (17/010 : Anderson)

Gartlan, George H.

The lilac tree (Perspicacity); words and music George H. Gartlan (song: 17/209 : Gartlan)

Gass, Irene

An Easter prayer; poem by Irene Gass (song: 17/551-1 : Thiman)

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

Gatty, Alfred Scott

Six plantation songs, [vol. 1]: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses; words & music Alfred Scott Gatty (14/035(1) : Gatty)

[Six plantation songs, vol. 2]: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses; words & music Alfred Scott Gatty (14/035(2) : Gatty)

Six plantation songs, vol. 3: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses; words & music Alfred Scott Gatty (14/035(3) : Gatty)

Six plantation songs, vol. 4: [for bar. & SATB chor.] w. choruses; words & music Alfred Scott Gatty (14/035(4) : Gatty)

A sneezing song; words & music Alfred Scott Gatty (song: 17/210-3 : Gatty)

Gautier, Théophile

Les nuits d'eté Op. 7: cycle of six songs; on poems by Théophile Gautier (09/019 : Berlioz)

Les nuits d'été: 6 mélodies pour mez.-sop. ou ten.; [on poems by Theophile Gautier] (09/019 (a) : Berlioz)

Les papillons couleur de neige; poésie de Th. Gautier (song: 17/009 : Ambrosio)

Gay, Noel

The Fleet's in port again {from O-Kay for Sound}; words and music Noel Gay (song: 17/211-1 : Gay)

Run, rabbit, - run! {The Little Dog Laughed}: with war-time parody choruses; words by Noel Gay & Ralph Butler (song: 17/211-3 : Gay)

Geehl, Henry

Brahms album of selected pieces: 10 items; ed. Henry Geehl (p. solo: 21/052 : Brahms)

Gigue in A: {from Three pieces for the harpsichord}; ed. & rev. Henry Geehl (p. solo: 21/202.9(3) : Jones)

Love's homage (Non lo dirò col labbro) {from Tolomeo}; Eng. words & arr. Henry Geehl (bar.: 17/250-9 : Handel)

George Arthur Barker

Love song waltzes Op. 52: p. duet w. solo & mixed v. ad lib.; Eng. version George Barker (09/025-5 : Brahms)

Love song waltzes Op. 52: without p. accomp.; Eng. version George Barker (SATB soli: 09/025-6 : Brahms)

Germer, Heinrich

Lieder ohne Worte: [42 pieces]; ed. Heinrich Germer (p. solo: 21/236-4.2 (b) (c) : Mendelssohn)

Pianoforte album: [6 pieces]; ed. Heinrich Germer (21/156 : Grieg)

Six poetic tone pictures Op. 3; ed. Heinrich Germer (p. solo: 21/158-3 (c) : Grieg)

Songs without words: [48 pieces]; ed. Heinrich Germer (p. solo: 21/236-4.2 (a) : Mendelssohn)

Tschaikowsky album Bd 1: sel. compositions; ed. Heinrich Germer (p. solo: 20/002[4] : Tchaikovsky)

Gershwin, Ira

They all laughed {from Shall we Dance?}; words by Ira Gershwin (song: 17/216-2 : Gershwin)

Ghislanzoni, Antonio

Aida: compl. arr. for v. & pianof.; arr. M. Saladino. libr. Antonio Ghislanzoni (06/063-1 (b) (c) : Verdi)

Giacomo, Salvatore di

Luna Nova: canzone marinaresca; versi di Salvatore di Giacomo; Ital. by Carlo Abeniacar (10/045-5[22] : Costa)

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

Gibbs, Annette

The Island of Skye; words by Annette Gibbs (song: 17/117.5 : Chavasse)

Gibney, Somerville

Song of the Vikings: part-song (SATB); words by Somerville Gibney (18/055-2 : Faning)

Gilbert, Ray

Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet; lyrics by Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert (song: 17/595 : Wrubel)

Gilbert, Robert

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn}; words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham (song: 17/058-1 : Benatzky)

White Horse Inn; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham (misc. v.: 07/003 : Benatzky)

White Horse Inn; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham (misc. v.: Special : Benatzky)

White Horse Inn: musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz); orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham (03/015 : Benatzky)

Gilbert, W. S.

Choruses from The pirates of Penzance, or The slave of duty; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (15/059 : Sullivan)

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria; [written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. J. H. Wadsworth (misc. v.: 07/040-2 : Sullivan)

The gondoliers, or The King of Barataria; written by W.S. Gilbert (misc. v.: 07/040-2 (e) : Sullivan)

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria: comic opera; written by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-1 : Sullivan)

Hey willow waly o! {from Patience}: song or duet; words by W. S. Gilbert (17/544- 8 : Sullivan)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor; written by W.S. Gilbert (misc. v.: 07/040-4 : Sullivan)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera (school ed.); written by W.S. Gilbert; arr. W. G. McNaught (07/040-4.1 : Sullivan)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera; written by W.S. Gilbert (07/040-4.2 : Sullivan)

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-2 : Sullivan)

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 1: [Mikado, Act 1 selection]; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (09/187(1) : Sullivan)

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 2: [Mikado, Act 2 selection]; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (09/187(2) : Sullivan)

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 3: [Gondoliers, Act 1 selection]; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (09/187(3) : Sullivan)

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri; [written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours (misc. v.: 07/040-5 : Sullivan)

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: entirely original fairy opera (Savoy edition); [written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours (07/040-5.1 : Sullivan)

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-3 : Sullivan)

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu; librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy (07/040-6 : Sullivan)

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: (Savoy edition); librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy (07/040-6.2 : Sullivan)

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-4 (a) (b) : Sullivan)

The Mikado, or The town of Titipu [new ed.]: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-4 (c) : Sullivan)

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: (rev. ed.); [written] by W.S. Gilbert [arr. Berthold Tours] (misc. v.: 07/040-7 (a) (b) (c) : Sullivan)

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: entirely new and original aesthetic opera; written by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours (07/040-7 (d) : Sullivan)

Patience, or Bunthorne's bride; [written] by W.S. Gilbert (misc. v.: 07/040-7 (e) : Sullivan)

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (07/040-8 : Sullivan)

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-5 : Sullivan)

Poor wand'ring one {from The pirates of Penzance}: song; written by W. S. Gilbert (17/544- 9 : Sullivan)

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: respectful operatic per-version of Tennyson's 'Princess'; librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy (07/041-1 (a) : Sullivan)

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant (misc. v.: 07/041-1 (b) (c) : Sullivan)

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-6 : Sullivan)

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (misc. v.: 07/041-2 : Sullivan)

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [comic opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-7 : Sullivan)

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [pocket edition]; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (misc. v.: 07/041-2[p] : Sullivan)

The sentry's song {from Iolanthe}; written by W. S. Gilbert (song: 17/544 -7 : Sullivan)

Songs of two Savoyards; words by W S. Gilbert (song: 09/187-4 : Sullivan)

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (07/041-3 (b) : Sullivan)

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera; words by W.S. Gilbert (07/041-3 (c) : Sullivan)

The sorcerer: light opera; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (03/155-8 : Sullivan)

Take a pair of sparkling eyes {from The Gondoliers}: song; words by W. S. Gilbert (17/544-10 : Sullivan)

Trial by jury: novel and original dramatic cantata; librettist: W.S. Gilbert (07/041-4 : Sullivan)

Vocal gems from 'Patience'; words by W.S. Gilbert (09/187-1 : Sullivan)

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid: [light opera]; [words] by W.S. Gilbert (03/155-9 : Sullivan)

The yeomen of the Guard; or, The merryman and his maid: new and original opera; [written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. J. H. Wadsworth (07/041-5 (a) : Sullivan)

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid; [written] by W.S. Gilbert (misc. v.: 07/041-5 (b) (c) : Sullivan)

Gilfillan, Robert

Oh, why left I my hame; words by R. Gilfillan (song: 16/050-1[62] : McLeod)

Gillespie, D. S.

Scotland for ever: song; words by D. S. Gillespie (17/375 : MacQuarrie)

Gilliam, Dona

Flute duets vol. 1: works by Devienne, Hotteterre, Loeillet, Meline Stamitz & Telemann; comp. & ed. Dona Gilliam, Mizzy McCaskill (36/099-11)

Gillington, May Clarissa

Chanson de Florian (Song of Florian); new Eng. version by M. C. Gillington (song: 10/045-6[8] : Godard)

Chanson de Florian (Song of Florian); new Eng. version by M. C. Gillington (song: 17/222.2-1 : Godard)

Gimbel, Norman

The girl from Ipanema (Garôta de Ipanema); Eng. words Norman Gimbel (song: 17/299.2 : Jobim)

Glanville, Lillian

It is only a tiny garden: song; words by Lillian Glanville (17/590- 6 : Wood)

Gleeson, Horace

God bless you, my friend: song; words and music Horace Gleeson (17/221.2 : Gleeson)

Glen, Catherine Young

Absent: song; words by Catherine Young Glen (17/398 : Metcalf)

Glyn, Margaret Henrietta

Thirty virginal pieces; transc. & ed. Margaret H. Glyn (41/004)

Godfrey, Dan

New Sullivan collection: gems from the famous operas; sel. & arr. Dan Godfrey (p. solo: 21/364 : Sullivan)

New Sullivan selection; sel. & arr. Dan Godfrey (str. quart.: 42/030 : Sullivan)

Godfrey, Fred

Who were you with last night?; written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan (song: 17/222.3 : Godfrey)

Goethe, J. W. van

Anacreon's grave (Anakreons Grab); Goethe (Eng. Richard Capell) (song: 17/588-1 : Wolf)

Die Bekehrte: Damon: song; German words by Goethe; Eng. by Paul England (10/045-5[ 2] : Stange)

Damon (Die Bekehrte): song; Goethe; Eng. words Paul England (17/529.5 : Stange)

The first Walpurgis night Op. 60: cantata; poem by Goethe (01/058-3 : Mendelssohn)

Gretchen at the spinning wheel (Gretchen am Spinnrade) Op.2; Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell (song: 17/496-3 (a) : Schubert)

Die Liebende schreibt (To the beloved) Op. 47 no. 5; Goethe (song: 17/098-7 : Brahms)

Mailied (Maiskaia pesn') {from Neun Lieder von Goethe} Op. 6 no. 2 (song: 17/391.5-1 : Medtner)

Na ozere (Auf dem See) Op. 3 no. 3; Worte von Goethe (song: 17/391.5-2 : Medtner)

Rhapsody Op. 53: for contr. solo, chor. (TTBB) & orch.; words by Goethe (01/021-4 : Brahms)

The violet (Das Veilchen); words by Goethe; Eng. version (& ed.) Dawson Freer (sop.: 17/419-10 : Mozart)

Goetschius, Percy

Symphony No. 3 in Eb major (Eroica); ed. Percy Goetschius (p. solo: 21/027-7(3) : Beethoven)

Goldsbrough, Arnold

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

Goltz, Eric von der

My heart is a silent violin: song; poem by Eric von der Goltz (17/202.3 : Fox)

Gordon, G. (Rev.)

A collection of sacred music calculated for the use of small choirs consisting of masses, hymns, anthems &c. Vol. 1: [8 masses and 57 hymns]; sel. & arr. Rev. G. Gordon (Special)

Gore-Booth, Eva

The country-lover: album of 5 songs; words by Eva Gore-Booth et al. (09/139 : Peel)

The little waves of Breffny: song; words by Eva Gore-Booth (17/075- 2 : Besley)

The little waves of Breffny; words by Eva Gore-Booth (song: 17/510-5(1) : Shaw)

Gorell, Elizabeth

Britain calling (Big Ben strikes nine): song; words by Elizabeth Gorell (17/521 : Smith)

Goss, John

An anthology of song: [50 compositions]; coll. & ed. John Goss (10/047)

Grace, Harvey

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

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

Graham, Arthur

Minster echoes Bk 11: orig. voluntaries for the organ; ed. Arthur Graham (40/030-15(11))

Graham, Carlene

The constant flame; words by Carlene Graham (song: 17/423-7 : Murray)

Love is the star: song; words by Carlene Graham (17/423-2 : Murray)

Graham, Colin

Not in Front of the Waiter, or, Under the Aspidistra: incident; story & mus. adapt. by Colin Graham; words by Viola Tunnard; arr. Vilém Tauský (misc. v.: 07/025-4 : Offenbach)

Graham, Eric

Roses remind me of you: song; written by Eric Graham (17/343.5 : Lewis)

Graham, George Farquhar

The songs of Scotland adapted to their appropriate melodies, vol. 1-3 (in 1): illustrated with historical, biographical and critical notices; coll. & ed. George Farquhar Graham (10/035.5)

The songs of Scotland adapted to their appropriate melodies, vol. 1: illustrated with historical, biographical and critical notices; coll. & ed. George Farquhar Graham (10/035.5(1))

Graham, Harry

Good-bye {from White Horse Inn}; words by Walter Reisch; Eng. version Harry Graham (song: 17/533-2 : Stolz)

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn}; words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham (song: 17/058-1 : Benatzky)

Just for a night {from Katja}; words by Harry Graham (song: 16/020( 3) [1] : Gilbert)

Land of mine {from The Lady of the Rose}; words by Harry Graham (song: 16/020( 1) [4] : Gilbert)

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

The Maid of the Mountains: musical play; lyrics by Harry Graham (07/010-2 : Fraser-Simson)

My song of love {from White Horse Inn}; [words by Walter Reisch]; Eng. words Harry Graham (song: 17/533-4 : Stolz)

Our Peg: musical play; lyrics by Harry Graham (07/010 : Fraser-Simson)

A Southern Maid: musical play; lyrics by Harry Graham & Adrian Ross (07/010-3 : Fraser-Simson)

White Horse Inn; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham (misc. v.: 07/003 : Benatzky)

White Horse Inn; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham (misc. v.: Special : Benatzky)

White Horse Inn: musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz); orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham (03/015 : Benatzky)

You are my heart's delight {from The Land of Smiles}; words by Harry Graham (song: 17/335-3 : Lehar)

Grain, Richard Corney

De ole umbrella: plantation song; written and composed by Corney Grain (17/229 : Grain)

Grainger, Alice S.

Hear our prayer: sacred song; words by Alice S. Grainger (17/117.8 : Chenoweth)

Grant, Alexander

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

A wee bit o' heather: song; words by Alexander Grant (16/050-3 [14] : Lemon)

Grant, Anne, of Carron

Roy's wife o' Aldivalloch; words by Mrs Grant (song: 16/050-1[38])

Grant, Douglas

Old Barty: song; words by Douglas Grant (17/229.7 : Grant)

Grant, Ian

You've done something to my heart; words by Frank Eyton & Ian Grant (song: 17/211-5 : Gay)

Graves, Alfred Perceval

The foggy dew: [for chor. (SATB) unaccomp.]; words by A. P. Graves (18/158-2 : Stanford)

The jug of punch: Irish folk-song; words by Alfred Perceval Graves; arr. Charles Wood (song: 17/589.5 : Wood)

My love's an arbutus: old Irish melody; words by A. P. Graves (low v.: 10/076[5] : Stanford)

Songs of Old Ireland: [50 songs]; words by Alfred Perceval Graves (09/185-1 : Stanford)

Greenaway, John

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed v.; arr. Julius Harrison; words by John Greenaway (07/035-6 (a) : Strauss)

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed chor. & orch.; arr. Julius Harrison; words by John Greenaway (15/058 : Strauss)

Greenbank, Harry

The Geisha (A story of a tea house): Japanese musical play in 2 acts; lyrics by Harry Greenbank (07/014 : Jones)

Greenbank, Percy

Daffodil time {from The Belle of Brittany}: song; words by Percy Greenbank (10/045-8.1[13] : Talbot)

The street singer {from Heart's Desire}; words by Percy Greenbank (song: 16/020(12) [1] : Fraser-Simson)

Trot here and there: duet [sop. & bar.]; words by Lilian Eldée & Percy Greenbank (18/103 : Messager)

Grenfell, Joyce

I'm going to see you today; words by Joyce Grenfell (song: 17/004.5-2 : Addinsell)

My heart's light as air; words by Joyce Grenfell (song: 17/004.5-1 : Addinsell)

Old tyme dancing & The whizzer; words by Joyce Grenfell (song: 17/004.5-3 : Addinsell)

Grey, Clifford

If you were the only girl In the world; words by Clifford Grey (song: 17/021.5-1 : Ayer)

My world is gold (Because you love me); lyric by Clifford Grey (song: 17/548-2 : Tauber)

Play, gipsy, play! {from Maritza}; Eng. lyrics by Clifford Grey & N. Foley (song: 17/309 : Kalman)

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

Griepenkerl, Friedrich Conrad

Choralvorspiele Bd 1: Orgelbüchlein; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-1(1) : Bach)

Choralvorspiele Bd 2: Sechs Choräle und achtzehn Choräle; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-1(2) : Bach)

Choralvorspiele Bd 3: Clavierübung Teil 3 (Choralvorspiele und Duetten); ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-1(3) : Bach)

Compositionen für die Orgel [Bd 3]; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(3) : Bach)

Klavierwerke: [4 pieces]; ed. Czerny, Griepenkerl u. Roitzsch (p. solo: 21/015-0 : Bach)

Klavierwerke; ed. Czerny, Griepenkerl u. Roitzsch [et alii] (p. solo: 21/015- 0.3 : Bach)

Konzert für die Orgel mit zwei Manualen und Pedal, nach Vivaldi; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl (organ: 40/051-3 : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 1: Sechs Sonaten …; Passacaglia; pastorale; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-5(1) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 1: Sechs Sonaten …; Passacaglia; Pastorale; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(1-2)[1] : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 1-2; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(1-2) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 3: Präludien und Fugen; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(3) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 5: Orgel-Büchlein [und] Choralvariationen; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(5) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 7: Grössere und kunstreichere Choralvorspiele; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-5(7) : Bach)

Grieve, John C.

Rob Roy: national kinderspiel; words and music by John C. Grieve (07/013.3 : Grieve)

Grist, William

Yes, they call me Mimi (Sì, mi chiamano Mimì) {from La Bohème}: [sop. aria]; Eng. words William Grist (sop.: 17/457-7 (c) : Puccini)

Grossmith, George

See me dance the polka: humorous song; written and composed George Grossmith (17/237.5 : Grossmith)

Grümmer, Paul

Trio [no. 4] in B flat major Op. 11: for clarinet or violin, violoncello & piano; ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (24/003-3( 4) (a) : Beethoven)

Trio no. 5 in D major Op. 70 no. 1 ('Geister'); ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (p. trio vn & vc: 24/003-3( 5) : Beethoven)

Trio no. 7 in Bb major Op. 97 ('Archduke'); ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (p. trio vn & vc: 24/003-3( 7) : Beethoven)

Trio no. 11 in G major Op. 121a (Zehn Variazionen); ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (p. trio vn & vc: 24/003-3(11) : Beethoven)

Grun, Bernard

The Dubarry: musical comedy romance; rev. Eric Maschwitz; adapted Bernard Grun (07/022-2 : Millocker)

Pink Champagne: new version of Die Fledermaus [operetta]; adapted by Eric Maschwitz & Bernard Grun (07/035-4 : Strauss)

Grundy, Sydney

Haddon Hall; librettist: Sydney Grundy (misc. v.: 07/040-3 : Sullivan)

Grützmacher, Friedrich

Duos (1-9); ed. Fr. Grützmacher / Fr. Hermann (cello & piano: 28/003-1 (b)[2] : Beethoven)

Guernsey, Wellington

Alice, where art thou: romance; poetry by W. Guernsey (16/050-5 [10] : Ascher)

Alice where art thou: romance; words by Wellington Guernsey (song: 17/017-1 : Ascher)

Guest, George

Miserere mei, Deus: for nine v. (SSATB); ed. George Guest (02/003 : Allegri)

Guinand, Edouard

L'Enfant Prodigue: cantata; words by E. Guinand (01/031 : Debussy)

L'Été; words by Ed. Guinand; Eng. words by Clifton Bingham (song: 17/115 : Chaminade)

Gumpert, Friedrich

Sixty selected studies for French horn, Bk 2 (35-60); rev. Fr. Gumbert (ie Gumpert), Albin Frehse (horn: 35/057-1(2) : Kopprasch)

Gurney, Dorothy Frances

God's garden: sacred song; words by D. F. Gurney (17/328 : Lambert)

Gustafson, Zadel Barnes

Sleep and rest: [song] w. cello ad lib.; words by Zadel B. Gustafson (17/183.5 : Ernest)

Hadath, Gunby

Down the vale: song; words by Gunby Hadath (16/050-4 [25] : Moir)

Down the vale: song; words by Gunby Hadath (17/406-4 : Molloy)

Halévy, Ludovic

Songs from the great operettas: 38 songs from 14 operettas; words by Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halévy et al. (09/129 : Offenbach)

Hall, Charles King

Minster echoes, Bk 14: original voluntaries by eminent composers for the organ; ed. King Hall (40/036- 3)

Hall, Owen

Florodora: musical comedy; book by Owen Hall, lyrics by E. Boyd-Jones & Paul Rubens (07/036 : Stuart)

Popular music and film song weekly, vol. 1 (1937-38) nos. 1, 2, 4-7, 10: [six songs in each number]; ed. Henry Hall (song: Periodical)

Hamblen, Bernard

Beside still waters: song; words and music Bernard Hamblen (17/247-1 : Hamblen)

From day to day: sacred song; words and music Bernard Hamblen (17/247-5 : Hamblen)

His haven: sacred song; words and music Bernard Hamblen (17/247-3 : Hamblen)

O, Light of all the World: sacred song; words and music Bernard Hamblen (17/247-4 : Hamblen)

Hamilton, Adam

The Duchess of Dantzic (Sans-Gêne): romantic light opera; written by Henry Hamilton (07/005.5-1 : Caryll)

The Scottish Orpheus: [164 songs]; arr. Adam Hamilton (10/027)

Hamilton, Edwin

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

Hamilton, Henry

Sons of the Motherland: song; words by Henry Hamilton (17/408-2 : Monckton)

Hammerstein II, Oscar

Bali Ha'i {from South Pacific}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/478-4.2 : Rodgers)

Bill {from Show Boat}; words by P. G. Wodehouse & Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/318-1 : Kern)

Carousel; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (misc. v.: 07/029-1 : Rodgers)

Carousel; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (misc. v.: 03/129-1 : Rodgers)

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

The Desert Song: musical play; lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II & Frank Mandel (07/030-1 : Romberg)

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

The folks who live on the hill; written by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/318-7 : Kern)

A funny old house: song; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (17/318-5 : Kern)

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

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

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

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

I still suits me {from Show Boat film}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/318-2 : Kern)

If I loved you {from Carousel}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/478-3.1 : Rodgers)

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}; words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein (song: 17/207-1 : Friml)

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}: voc. duet [sop. & ten. or mez. & bar.]; words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein (18/059 : Friml)

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

June is bustin' out all over {from Carousel}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/478-3.5 : Rodgers)

The King and I: musical play; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (07/029 : Rodgers)

Oklahoma {from Oklahoma}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/478-7.1 : Rodgers)

Oklahoma song album: [5 songs]; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (09/155-2 : Rodgers)

Oklahoma!: musical play; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (07/029-4 : Rodgers)

Oklahoma!; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (misc. v.: 03/129-2 : Rodgers)

Ol' Man River {from Show Boat}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/318-3 : Kern)

Out of my dreams {from Oklahoma}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/478-7.2 : Rodgers)

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

Rodgers & Hammerstein song album (09/155-1 : Rodgers)

Rose Marie (a romance of the Canadian Rockies): musical play; lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II (07/011 : Friml)

Second Jerome Kern album: [6 songs]; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (1-2), Dorothy Fields (4,5) et al. (09/101(2) : Kern)

Show Boat: musical play; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (07/016 : Kern)

Show Boat: musical play; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (Special : Kern)

Show boat: musical play; book & lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (03/070 : Kern)

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

The Sound of Music; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (misc. v.: 07/029-3 : Rodgers)

Sound of music: [musical play]; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (03/129-4 : Rodgers)

The Sound of Music (vocal selection); lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (09/155-3 : Rodgers)

South Pacific: musical play; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (07/029-2 : Rodgers)

South Pacific: [musical play]; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (03/129-3 : Rodgers)

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

Stout-hearted men {from The New moon}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/480-4 : Romberg)

Tales from the Vienna Woods: song; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (17/536-3 : Strauss)

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

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

When I grow too old to dream; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/480-5 : Romberg)

You'll never walk alone {from Carousel}; words by Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/478-3.9 : Rodgers)

Hanley, Cliff

Scotland the brave; arr. Marion McClurg (song: 17/363.2 : McClurg)

Harau, Walt

The snow is on the mountain (Der Schnee liegt auf den Bergen); orig. Edith Bishop; Ger. Walt Harau (song: 17/319.8 : King)

Harbach, Otto

The Desert Song: musical play; lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II & Frank Mandel (07/030-1 : Romberg)

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}; words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein (song: 17/207-1 : Friml)

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}: voc. duet [sop. & ten. or mez. & bar.]; words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein (18/059 : Friml)

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

Rose Marie (a romance of the Canadian Rockies): musical play; lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II (07/011 : Friml)

Harburg, E. Y.

Brother, can you spare a dime?; words by E. Y. Harburg (song: 17/223-1 : Gorney)

Hardie, Alastair James

The Caledonian companion: [collection of Scottish fiddle music]; arr. Alastair J. Hardie (Books)

Hardy, Thomas

Her song; poem by Thomas Hardy (song: 17/294-1 : Ireland)

If it's ever Spring again: for med. v. & p.; words by Thomas Hardy (17/333.2 : Le Fleming)

The sergeant's song (1803); words by Thomas Hardy (song: 17/287-4 : Holst)

Till Earth outwears; words by Thomas Hardy (high v.: 09/071.8 : Finzi)

Weathers; words by Thomas Hardy (song: 17/192.5 : Fiske)

Harford, Harold

I hear you calling me: song; words by Harold Harford (10/045-7[12] : Marshall)

I hear you calling me: song; words by Harold Harford (16/050-3 [ 5] : Marshall)

I hear you calling me: song; words by Harold Harford (17/383-2 : Marshall)

Hargreaves, Reginald

Cakes and good ale: song; words and music Reginald Hargreaves (17/255.5 : Hargreaves)

Hargreaves, William

Burlington Bertie from Bow; words and music William Hargreaves (song: 17/256-1 : Hargreaves)

Harnick, Sheldon

Fiddler on the Roof: musical; lyrics by Sheldon Harnick (07/005 : Bock)

Fiddler on the roof: musical; lyrics by Sheldon Harnick (03/020 : Bock)

Harper, James

We'll keep a welcome; words by Lynn Joshua & James Harper (song: 17/303-2 : Jones)

Harrigan, Edward

St Patrick's Day parade: [song and chorus]; written by Edward Harrigan (16/050-1 [8] : Braham)

Skidmore Guard: [song and chorus]; written by E. Harrigan (16/050-1 [9] : Carter)

Harrington, John P.

Remember me to Mother dear!; written by John P. Harrington (song: 17/333 : Le Brunn)

Harris, Ada Leonora

In an old-fashioned town: song; words by Ada Leonora Harris (10/045-8.1[17] : Squire)

In an old-fashioned town: song; words by Ada Leonora Harris (17/527-2 : Squire)

Harris, Charles Kassel

After the ball; words & music Charles Harris (song: 17/256.7 : Harris)

Break the news to Mother: descriptive ballad; words & music by Chas. K. Harris (16/050-4 [ 4] : Harris)

Harris, Clifford

A bachelor gay {from The Maid of the Mountains}; written by Clifford Harris & Valentine (song: 17/547.5 : Tate)

A paradise for two {from The maid of the mountains}; words by Clifford Harris (male & fem. v.: 18/163 : Tate)

Harris, S. Taylor

Six sea shanties; ed. A. W. Whitehead & S. Taylor Harris (09/090 : Harris)

Harris, Vernon

You bring me a song: song; words by Vernon Harris (17/184.5 : Evans)

Hart, Charles

The music of the night {from The Phantom of the Opera}; lyrics by Charles Hart (song: 17/566-3 : Webber)

The Phantom of the Opera: [vocal selection - 9 songs]; lyrics by Charles Hart (09/207-3 : Webber)

Hart, Lorenz

The best of Rodgers & Hart: [24 songs] (09/155-5 : Rodgers)

Blue moon {from With a Song in My Heart}; words by Lorenz Hart (song: 17/478-6 : Rodgers)

Falling in love with love: song; words by Lorenz Hart (17/478-2 : Rodgers)

Hartley, Keith

Double bass solo 2: a new selection of pieces from the orchestral repertoire; [sel. & ed.] Keith Hartley (34/120(2))

Harvey, Sheena

My dear, remember (Until we part for aye): song; words and music by Sheena Harvey (17/259.5 : Harvey)

Hassall, Christopher

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta; arr. Hassall (07/035-1.1 : Strauss)

Fold your wings {from Glamorous Night}; words by Christopher Hassall (song: 17/432-1 : Novello)

I leave my heart in an English garden {from Dear Miss Phoebe}; lyric by Christopher Hassall (song: 17/148-1 : Davies)

Love made the song {from Careless Rapture}; words by Christopher Hassall (song: 17/432-6 : Novello)

The Merry Widow: [Sadler's Wells production]; Eng. version Christopher Hassall (misc. v.: 07/018-2.2 : Lehar)

Pray for me: song; words by Christopher Hassall (17/432-7 : Novello)

Shine through my dreams {from Glamorous Night}; words by Christopher Hassall (song: 17/432-2 : Novello)

Some day my heart will awake {from King's Rhapsody}; words by Christopher Hassall (song: 17/432-3 : Novello)

Song album: [5 songs] from his famous musical plays; words by Christopher Hassall and Ivor Novello (09/127-1 : Novello)

Song album: [15 songs]; words by Christopher Hassall, Ivor Novello et al. (09/127-2 : Novello)

Song of Simeon: Nativity masque for mimers, soloists, mixed chor. & orch.; words by Christopher Hassall (01/002.8 : Arnold)

The songs of love: song; words by Christopher Hassall (17/281 : Henman)

To you eternally: song; words by Christopher Hassall (17/477-1 : Robinson)

Waltz of my heart {from The Dancing Years}; words by Christopher Hassall & Ivor Novello (song: 17/432-8 : Novello)

The whispering poplar: song; lyric by Christopher Hassall (17/358 : Lubbock)

The wings of sleep {from The Dancing Years}; words by Christopher Hassall (song: 17/432-9 : Novello)

Haston, Douglas

The Scottish collection for descant recorder and piano: 50 pieces; arr. Elspeth Hardie, James Reith and Douglas Haston; ed. Douglas Haston (36/160-4 : Hardie)

Hatton, John Liptrot

Songs of England vol. 1: [100 songs]; sel. & arr. J. L. Hatton (10/060-1(1))

The songs of England, vol. 2: [107] melodies; ed. J. L. Hatton & Eaton Faning (10/031(2))

The songs of Robert Schumann: [75 songs]; ed. J. L. Hatton (09/173-3 : Schumann)

Havergal, Frances Ridley

Consecration (Take my life, and let it be); words by Frances Ridley Havergal (song: 17/306 : Jude)

Hawley, Stanley

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

Prelude in C sharp minor Op. 3 No. 2; ed. Stanley Hawley (p. solo: 21/288-5 : Rachmaninoff)

Rondo in G Op. 51 No. 2; ed. Stanley Hawley (p. solo: 21/027-4.2 (b) : Beethoven)

Hawthorne, Alice

Whispering hope: song; [by 'Alice Hawthorne', ie Septimus Winner] (17/263 (a,c) : Hawthorne)

Whispering hope; words and music Alice Hawthorne; arr. Frank Walsh (song: 17/263 (b) : Hawthorne)

Whispering hope: voc. duet (SC); words by Alice Hawthorne (18/071 : Hawthorne)

Hay, Mary L.

Sympathy: song; words by Mary L. Hay (17/383-3 : Marshall)

Hayes, Charles

The carol singers: song; words by Charles Hayes (17/064-2 : Bennett)

Hayes, M. X.

Songs of France: [60 songs]; Eng. words Miss M. X. Hayes (10/060-2)

Haywood, Ernest

Erin's own songs: 20 songs; sel. & arr. Ernest Haywood (10/033-2)

Vocal gems of Scotland: [31 songs]; sel. & arr. Ernest Haywood (10/062-5)

Heber, Reginald

A song of the bow Op.175 No. 1; poem by Heber (song: 17/529- 8 : Stanford)

Heim, E.

36 studies Op. 20, Bk 3, 27-36; ed. E. Heim (violin: 25/009-2(3) : Kayser)

Heine, Heinrich

Dichterliebe Op. 48: song cycle [16 songs]; Ger. texts Heinrich Heine; Eng. Robert Whistler (09/173-1 : Schumann)

The Loreley (Die Lorelei); words by Heinrich Heine (song: 17/346-2 : Liszt)

Schlechtes Wetter (Bad weather) {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69}; [poem by] H. Heine; Eng. trans. Alfred Kalisch (song: 17/538-4(5) : Strauss)

Six songs Op. 15; words by Heinrich Heine (1-3,6) and Miss Landon (4.The dying child) (09/215 : Wood)

Thirty songs; words by N. Lenau (1-5,8) H. Heine (6,9-13,16,19-25,28) et al. (09/073-1 : Franz)

Waldesfahrt {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69}: for high v.; [poem by] H. Heine (17/538-4(4) : Strauss)

Heinze, Sara

Bach-Album: [21] beliebte Stücke für p. solo; ed. Sara Heinze (21/015-10 : Bach)

Hemans, Mrs

The better land: song; words by Mrs Hemans (16/050-5 [15] : Cowen)

I hear thee speak of a better land: song; words by Mrs Hemans (17/114.5 : Cecil)

Thou'rt passing hence (the Highland message): song; words by Mrs Hemans (17/544- 6 : Sullivan)

Henderson, A. M.

Gems for the organ, No. 4: [36 pieces]; ed. A. M. Henderson (40/032- 3(4))

Gems for the organ, No. 5: [34 pieces]; ed. A. M. Henderson (40/032-3(5))

Gems for the organ, No. 6: [33 pieces]; ed. A. M. Henderson (40/032-3(6))

Graded piano duets from the classical masters Bk 2: [14 pieces]; sel. & ed. A. M. Henderson (22/060-7(2))

An introduction to Bach for the organ: [29 pieces]; sel. & arr. A. M. Henderson (40/051-4 : Bach)

Masterpieces of Russian piano music 1st Ser.; sel & ed. A.M. Henderson (20/009(1))

Masterpieces of Russian piano music Bks 3-4; sel & ed. A.M. Henderson (20/009(3-4))

Melodies of Scotland: [221 songs]; sel & ed. A.M. Henderson (p. solo: 20/009.5)

Old English masters for the harpsichord: [16 pieces by Byrd, Farnaby, Purcell, Greene and Arne]; ed. & transc. A. M. Henderson (p. solo: 20/080[5])

Selected movements from the orchestral suites; transc. A. M. Henderson (p. solo: 20/080[4] : Bach)

Selected pieces from early classic masters: [12 pieces by Handel, Rameau, Purcell, etc]; transc. A. M. Henderson (p. solo: 20/080[3])

Eighteen short preludes; ed. A. M. Henderson (p. solo: 21/015- 4.4 : Bach)

Six short preludes; ed. A. M. Henderson (p. solo: 21/015-4.3 : Bach)

Standard graded classics Bk 4: 15 pieces at Intemediate grade; sel., ed. & fing. A.M. Henderson (p. solo: 20/017-2(4))

Standard graded classics Bk 5: 12 pieces at Intemediate (Higher) grade; sel., ed. & fing. A.M. Henderson (p. solo: 20/017-2(5))

23 Organ chorale preludes; sel., fing., ed. A. M. Henderson (organ: 40/051- 1.5 : Bach)

Henderson, Charles

Invitation to the dance: vocal adapt. for film Three Smart Girls Grow Up; lyric & adapt. Charles Henderson (song: 17/567-1 : Weber)

Hengeveld, Gerard

Three gymnopédies; ed. G. Hengeveld (p. solo: 21/318 (b) : Satie)

Henry, Leigh

The crooning from Inisfail; poem by Leigh Henry (song: 17/578 : Williams)

Henry, Philip

If I were: song; words by Philip Henry (17/470 : Richards)

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

Henry, William Ernest

Summer rain; poem by William Ernest Henry (song: 17/575-2 : Willeby)

Henschel, George

Morning hymn (Morgen-hymne) Op. 46 No. 4; words by Robert Reinick; Eng. by the composer (song: 17/283-4 : Henschel)

Herbert, Alan Patrick

Bless the bride: musical show; lyrics by A P Herbert (07/009 : Ellis)

Bless the bride: light opera; lyrics by A P Herbert (03/041 : Ellis)

Girls were made to love and kiss {from Paganini}; Eng. lyric by A. P. Herbert (song: 17/335-6 : Lehar)

Light the lights!; words by A. P. Herbert (song: 17/247.5 : Hambourg)

Ma belle Marguerite {from Bless the Bride}; words by A. P. Herbert (song: 17/182-1 : Ellis)

Song of liberty: song; words by A. P. Herbert (17/178-4 : Elgar)

This is my lovely day {from Bless the Bride}: song; words by A. P. Herbert (17/182-2 : Ellis)

Herbert, George

King of Glory: motet for choir (SATB) & organ; poem by George Herbert (05/007 : Howells)

With sick and famished eyes: for voice, w. piano (or harpischord) & violoncello; words by George Herbert (17/460-6 : Purcell)

Herbert, S. A.

For all eternity (Eternamente): song; paroli di Pietro Mazzoni; Eng. words S.A. Herbert (17/388-2 : Mascheroni)

Herfurth, C. Paul

A tune a day for flute Bk 1: [33 lessons, w. suppl. material]; by C Paul Herfurth & Hugh M Stuart (36/099- 2(1))

Herlitschka, Herberth E.

A ceremony of carols (Ein Kranz von Lobechören) Op. 28: for treble v. & harp; trans. Herberth E. Herlitschka (01/023-2.1 : Britten)

Hermann, Friedrich

Duos (1-9); ed. Fr. Grützmacher / Fr. Hermann (cello & piano: 28/003-1 (b)[2] : Beethoven)

Sammlung klassischer Stücke . . . für Violine, Bd 2; bearb. Friedrich Hermann (violin & piano: 28/080(2))

Sonatinen Album: [13 pieces]; ed. Friedrich Hermann (violin & piano: 28/063-1)

Trios Op. 85 & 97; rev. Fr. Hermann (p. trio vn & vc: 24/027 : Reissiger)

Herrick, Robert

Cherry ripe; words by Herrick; arr. Liza Lehmann (song: 17/288.7 : Horn)

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

Gather ye rosebuds: song; words by Robert Herrick (17/488-11 : Sanderson)

Passing by: song; words by Herrick (17/459-1 : Purcell Cockram)

Passing by: voc. duet (high v., low v.); words by Herrick (18/123 : Purcell Cockram)

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

Six vocal duets for sop. & contr.; words by Herrick et al. (15/039 : Page)

The snow Op. 26 No. 1: 3-part song for fem. v. w. accomp. 2 vns & pf.; words by C. Alice Edgar (15/032 : Elgar)

To Anthea; words by Herrick (song: 17/260-2 : Hatton)

To daisies Op. 8 No. 3 {from song cycle To Julia}: song; words by Robert Herrick (17/462-13 : Quilter)

To Julia Op. 8: [song cycle]; six lyrics by Robert Herrick (10/045-8.4[2] : Quilter)

To Julia Op. 8: six lyrics of Robert Herrick (song: 10/076[8] : Quilter)

The white island (Place of the Blest) Op. 1 No.2: [cantata]; words by Herrick (01/086[2] : Woodgate)

Herrmann, Carl

Trio [no. 4] in B flat major Op. 11: for clarinet or violin, violoncello & piano; ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (24/003-3( 4) (a) : Beethoven)

Trio no. 5 in D major Op. 70 no. 1 ('Geister'); ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (p. trio vn & vc: 24/003-3( 5) : Beethoven)

Trio no. 7 in Bb major Op. 97 ('Archduke'); ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (p. trio vn & vc: 24/003-3( 7) : Beethoven)

Trio no. 11 in G major Op. 121a (Zehn Variazionen); ed. Carl Herrmann & Paul Grümmer (p. trio vn & vc: 24/003-3(11) : Beethoven)

Hersee, Henry

O don fatale (O fatal gift) {from Don Carlo}: Princess Eboli's aria; Eng. Henry Hersee (mez.: 17/556-4 : Verdi)

Seguedille (Close by the ramparts of Seville) {from Carmen}; Eng. words Henry Hersee (song: 17/080-5 : Bizet)

Sirs! your toast (Song of the toréador {from Carmen}; Eng. version Henry Hersee (bass: 17/080-3 : Bizet)

Song of the toreador (Sirs, your toast) {from Carmen}; Eng. by Henry Hersee (16/020( 4) [4] : Bizet)

Hesse, Hermann

Vier letzte Lieder (Four last songs): for high v. & piano; words by Hermann Hesse (1-3), Joseph von Eichendorff (4) (sop.: 11/028.1-2 : Strauss)

Higginson, Agnes Shakespeare

see O'Neill, Moira (pseud.)

Higginson, Ella

The birds go North again; words by Ella Higginson (song: 17/575-3 : Willeby)

Higgs, James

Fugue in G minor; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (organ: 40/001-2(20.4) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 1: Eight short preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 1) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 2: Preludes, fugues & trio; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 2) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 3: Fantasias, preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 3) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 6: Toccata, preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 6) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 7: Preludes and fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 7) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 8: Preludes and fugues pt 2; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 8) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 9: Preludes and fugues [3]; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2( 9) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 10: Toccata, preludes & fugues; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2(10) : Bach)

Organ works Bk 12: Preludes, fantasias, fugues, trios &c; ed. J. F. Bridge & James Higgs (40/051-2(12) : Bach)

Hiles, John

Sacred songs, ancient and modern: [100 songs]; ed. John Hiles (02/207-2)

Hinkson, Katharine Tynan-

see Tynan, Katharine

Hoare, Florence

The coming of a dream: duet for female voices; words by Florence Hoare (18/080 : Knight)

Melody: arranged as a song; words by Florence Hoare (17/483.5 : Rubinstein)

Hodgson, Ralph

Time, you old gipsy man: song; poem by Ralph Hodgson (17/075- 6 : Besley)

Hogg, James

Cam' ye by Athol; words by Hogg (song: 16/050-1[42])

Come o'er the stream, Charlie; words by James Hogg (song: 16/050-1[27])

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

Holbrook, David

The Cambridge hymnal; ed. David Holbrook & Elizabeth Poston (02/203-5)

Hollaender, Friedrich

Falling in love again; orig. words and music Friedrich Hollaender; Eng. words Reg Connelly (song: 17/286 : Hollaender)

Holman, Peter

The complete sonatas for violin & basso continuo; ed. Terence Best / Peter Holman (28/025-1 : Handel)

Holmes, G. Augustus

Air and variations in B flat; sel., annot. & fing. by G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn (p. solo: 21/170-7 : Haydn)

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

Rondo in G Op. 51 No. 2; [ed.] G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn (p. solo: 21/027-4.2 (c) : Beethoven)

Toccata in C Op. 92; sel., annot. &c G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn (p. solo: 23/017-8 : Czerny)

Troika Op. 37 No. 11; sel. [& ed.] Holmes & Karn (p. solo: 21/368-3 : Tchaikovsky)

Holstein, Ludvig

Fünf Lieder (Five songs); from the Danish of Ludwig Holstein (1) and J. P. Jacobsen (2-5) (09/059 : Delius)

Hood, Basil

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera; librettist: Basil Hood, arr. Wilfred Bendall (07/040-9 : Sullivan)

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera; written by Basil Hood; composed by Arthur Sullivan & Edward German (03/156-1 : Sullivan)

The English rose {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood (17/214- 1 : German)

Four jolly sailormen {from A Princess in Kensington}: song; words by Basil Hood (17/214-11 : German)

In England, Merrie England {from Merrie England}: quartet; words by Basil Hood (SABB soli: 18/061-1 : German)

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood (17/214- 6 : German)

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: quartet (SATB); words by Basil Hood (18/061-2 : German)

Merrie England: new and original comic opera; written by Basil Hood; arr. Wilfred Bendall (07/013-1 : German)

Merrie England: (concert ed.); written by Basil Hood; [arr. Wilfred Bendall] (misc. v.: 07/013-1.1 : German)

Merrie England: comic opera; librettist: Basil Hood (03/045 : German)

O peaceful England {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood (17/214- 3 : German)

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: new comic opera; librettist: Basil Hood (07/041-7 : Sullivan)

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: [comic opera]; [words] by Basil Hood (03/156-2 : Sullivan)

The twin {from The French Maid}: (Charles & Jack) duet; words by Basil Hood (18/147 : Slaughter)

The Yeomen of England {from Merrie England}: song; words by Basil Hood (17/214- 5 : German)

Hooley, Teresa

Across the valley: song; words by Teresa Hooley (17/044 : Baxter)

Hope, Laurence

Four Indian love lyrics; words by Laurence Hope (bar./ contr.: 09/217 : Woodforde-Finden)

Kashmiri song {from Four Indian Love Lyrics}; words by Laurence Hope (17/592-1 : Woodforde-Finden)

Two Eastern songs; words by Laurence Hope (1), Anon. (2) (09/105 : Lang)

Hopkins, Antony

Early one morning: cantata for mez.-sop. solo, male speaker, fem. chor. & orch.; words by Antony Hopkins (01/051.5 : Hopkins)

Hopper, Nora

By the short cut to the Rosses: old Donegal air; words by Nora Hopper (Mrs Chesson); arr. C. Milligan Fox (song: 17/202.2 : Fox)

June: song; words by Nora Hopper (17/462-15 : Quilter)

Horspool, A.

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us); words by A Horspool (song: 16/050-3 [27] : Piccolomini)

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us): song; words by A. Horspool (17/449-1 : Piccolomini)

Horton, John

The wayfarer's part song book; sel. & arr. John Horton (misc. v.: 15/010-2)

Houseman, Alfred Edward

Hawthorn time: [song]; words by A. E. Houseman (10/089[11] : Ireland)

In Summertime on Bredon: song; words by A. E. Houseman (10/087[14] : Peel)

In Summertime on Bredon: song; words by A. E. Houseman (17/444-2 : Peel)

In the morning: song; words by A. E. Houseman (17/043 : Bax)

Loveliest of trees {from 'A Shropshire lad'}; words by A. E. Houseman (song: 17/109.2(1) : Butterworth)

On Wenlock Edge: a cycle of six songs for ten. voice w. acomp. of piano & str. quart. (ad lib.); words by A. E. Houseman {from 'A Shropshire Lad'} (ten.: 09/198-2 : Vaughan-Williams)

On Wenlock Edge: cycle of six songs for tenor voice w. p-f. & str. quart. (ad lib.); words by A E Housman from "A Shropshire Lad" (13/093 : Vaughan-Williams)

Six songs from 'A Shropshire lad'; words by A. E. Houseman (song: 09/032 : Butterworth)

Song cycle from "A Shropshire Lad" by A. E. Houseman (10/055[4] : Somervell)

Howard, Elizabeth Fox

Forest lullaby; words by Elizabeth Fox Howard (song: 17/046 : Baynon)

Hubi-Newcombe, Georgeanne

see Newcombe, G. Hubi-

Hueffer, Francis

Gentle dove, thy voice is sad {from Colomba}: vocero; from the lyrical drama by Francis Hueffer (song: 10/045-8.2[2] : Mackenzie)

Hüffer, Franz

see Hueffer, Francis

Hughes, Edwin

Toccatas; ed. Edwin Hughes (p. solo: 21/016-3.1 : Bach)

Variations serieuses Op. 54; ed. Edwin Hughes (p. solo: 21/236-7 : Mendelssohn)

The well-tempered clavichord (for the piano) Bk 2 [25-48]; ed. Edwin Hughes (21/015-7.1(2) : Bach)

Hughes, Jimmy

Bless 'em all; words by Jimmy Hughes (song: 17/326-1 : Lake)

Hughes, Richard

The image: vocal setting for high voice; poem by Richard Hughes (17/593.5 : Wordsworth)

Hugo, Victor

Love's echoes (Aimons): song; French byVictor Hugo, Eng by M. C. Gillington (10/045-9[19] : Thomas)

Le papillon et la fleur; poésie de Victor Hugo (sop./ ten.: 17/188-5 : Faure)

Sérénade: berceuse; poésie de Victor Hugo; Eng. words Henry F. Chorley (song: 10/045-4[12] : Gounod)

Si mes vers avaient des ailes! (If my songs were only winged!); poésie de Victor Hugo (song: 17/243-2 : Hahn)

Hull, Arthur Eaglefield

Complete organ works (Op. 37, 65); rev. Dr A. Eaglefield Hull (40/167-5 (c) : Mendelssohn)

Organ works, vol. 1: The Great preludes & fugues; ed. W. T. Best rev. A. Eaglefield Hull (40/051-6(1) : Bach)

Organ works, vol. 2: Preludes, fugues, fantasia & toccatas; ed. W. T. Best rev. A. Eaglefield Hull (40/051-6(2) : Bach)

Organ works, vol. 3: Toccatas, fugues, passacaglia, fantasias etc.; ed. W. T. Best rev. A. Eaglefield Hull (40/051-6(3) : Bach)

Russian organ album: [11 pieces]; ed. A. E. Hull (40/030-18)

Sonatas (Op. 65); ed. Dr A. Eaglefield Hull (organ: 40/167-5(2) : Mendelssohn)

Hulme-Beaman, Emeric

Sea rapture: impression; words by Emeric Hulme Beaman (song: 17/127- 8 : Coates)

Humble-Crofts, Arthur

Catch me!: song; words by Arthur Humble-Crofts (17/137.5 : Cooper)

Hume, Alexander

The Scottish emigrant's farewell: Scottish song; words & melody by Alexander Hume (17/293-2 : Hume)

Hunter, Hugh

Folk, national and art songs; sel. & ed. Hugh Hunter, piano arr. Riddell Hunter (10/014-1)

Folk, national and art songs Bk 2; sel. & ed. Hugh Hunter, piano arr. Riddell Hunter (10/014-1(2))

Folk, national and art songs Bk 3; sel. & ed. Hugh Hunter, piano arr. Riddell Hunter (10/014-1(3))

Hunter, Riddell

Folk, national and art songs; sel. & ed. Hugh Hunter, piano arr. Riddell Hunter (10/014-1)

Folk, national and art songs Bk 2; sel. & ed. Hugh Hunter, piano arr. Riddell Hunter (10/014-1(2))

Folk, national and art songs Bk 3; sel. & ed. Hugh Hunter, piano arr. Riddell Hunter (10/014-1(3))

Ibsen, Henrik

Margrete's cradle song; by Henrik Ibsen; Eng. words William Archer (song: 17/287-2(2) : Holst)

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1; from Ibsen's Pier Gynt (17/234-3 (a) (b) (f) : Grieg)

Solveig's song Op. 23 No. 1; from Ibsen's "Pier Gynt"; Eng. words R. H. Elkin (song: 17/234-3 (c) : Grieg)

Solveig's song; Ibsen; Eng. words Hubi Newcombe (song: 17/234-3 (d) (e) : Grieg)

Solveigs Lied; from Ibsen's Pier Gynt (17/234-4 (a) : Grieg)

Solvejgs Lied (Solvejg's song / Chanson de Solvejg); Gedicht von H. Ibsen (sop./ ten.: 17/234-4 (b) : Grieg)

A Swan (Ein Schwan); words by Henrik Ibsen (song: 17/234-6 : Grieg)

Image, Selwyn

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

Ingelow, Jean

O fair dove! O fond dove!: song; written by Jean Ingelow (10/045-4[16] : Gatty)

One morning, Oh! so early: song; words by Jean Ingelow (10/076[10] : Diack)

One morning, Oh! so early: song; words by Jean Ingelow (17/162-2 : Diack)

Inkermann, Otto Julius

see Sternau, C. O.

Isaacs, Edward

Three waltzes; ed. Edward Isaacs (p. solo: 21/052-2.0 : Brahms)

Jackson, Francis

Anthems for choirs, 1: fifty anthems for mixed voices; ed. Francis Jackson (02/214(1))

Jackson, Mahalia

If I can help somebody: song; words by Mahalia Jackson (17/011 : Androzzo)

Jacobs-Bond, Carrie

A perfect day: 'cello obbl.; words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond (med. v.: 17/296-2 (a) : Jacobs-Bond)

A perfect day (Le jour divin); words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond (high v.: 17/296-2 (b) : Jacobs-Bond)

Jacobsen, Jens Peter

Fünf Lieder (Five songs); from the Danish of Ludwig Holstein (1) and J. P. Jacobsen (2-5) (09/059 : Delius)

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

Jacobsen, Maxim

Sonatine Op. 137 No. 2; ed. Maxim Jacobsen (violin & piano: 28/044-1 : Schubert)

Jacques, Reginald

Carols for choirs, 1: fifty Christmas carols; ed. & arr. Reginald Jacques and David Willcocks (02/204(1) : Jacques)

Jamieson, James

Always Argyll; words by James Jamieson & Duncan McCrone (song: 17/363.5 : McCrone)

Jaxone, H. L. D'Arcy

The last milestone: song; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone (16/050-4 [20] : Pontet)

The last milestone: song; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone (17/453 : Pontet)

Only once more: song; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone (16/050-5 [34] : Moir)

Watching and praying: song, with v. obbl. ad lib.; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone (10/045-5[ 6] : Gounod)

Jefferson, Herbert

The way of life; words by Herbert Jefferson (song: 17/509.5 : Shaw)

Jefferys, Charles

The blind girl to her harp: song; words by Charles Jefferys (16/050-4 [14] : Glover)

Bonny Mary of Argyle; words by C. Jefferys (song: 16/050-1[36] : Nelson)

Home to our mountains {from Il Trovatore}: 'Gipsy' duet "Si, la stanchezza m'opprime"; words by Charles Jefferys; arr. Charles Glover (sop. & ten.: 18/171-2 : Verdi)

Katty darling; [possibly by Charles Jefferys] (song: 16/050-1[68] : Jefferys)

Miserere scene {from Il Trovatore}: voc. duet; words by Charles Jefferys (18/171-1 : Verdi)

The tempest of the heart (Il balen del suo sorriso) {from Il Trovatore}; Eng. words Charles Jefferys; arr. Charles W. Glover (song: 17/556-9 : Verdi)

Il trovatore: [songs & p. selection]; words by Charles Jefferys; p. arr. Dan Godfrey (16/017-1 : Verdi)

Jensen, Gustav

Twelve sonatas Op. 5 pt 1 (nos. 1-6); ed. Gustav Jensen (violin & piano: 28/010-1(1) : Corelli)

Jerome, William

Just try to picture me, back home in Tennessee; words by William Jerome (song: 17/166 : Donaldson)

Jiránek, J.

Sonata in A-flat Op. 26; rev. J. Jiránek (p. solo: 21/027-5.12 : Beethoven)

Johnson, George W.

When you and I were young, Maggie: solo and [SATB} chorus; words by Geo. W. Johnson (16/050-1[69] : Butterfield)

Johnston, Peter F.

Seventeen national and traditional songs: for choirs of ten., bar. & bass. of lim. voc. range; arr. Peter F. Johnston (15/009.5)

Johnstone, Gordon

The great awakening Op. 45 No. 5: song; words by Gordon Johnstone (17/323 : Kramer)

Johnstone, Harry Diack

An RCO miscellany: eight [18th century] organ voluntaries; ed. H Diack Johnstone (40/036- 1)

Jolly, William

La Belle Hélène: opéra bouffe; Eng. libr. added by William C. Jolly (Special : Offenbach)

Jolson, Al

Anniversary song (Oh! how we danced); by Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin (song: 17/116.7 : Chaplin)

Jones, H. Clayton

I wonder why?; words by H. Clayton Jones (song: 17/152.5 : Dean)

Jones, Idwal

Good night (Nos da): song; orig. poem by Idwal Jones (17/303 : Jones)

Jones, Mason

First solos for the horn player: with p. accomp. [25 pieces]; transc. & arr. Mason Jones (horn & piano: 35/031-6)

Solos for the horn player: with p. accomp. [14 pieces]; sel. & ed. Mason Jones (horn & piano: 35/031-5)

Solos for the horn player: with p. accomp. [15 pieces]; sel. & ed. Mason Jones (horn & piano: 35/031-8)

Jonson, Ben

By a fountainside Op. 12 No. 6 {from Seven Elizabethan Lyrics}: song; words by Ben Jonson (17/462-14 : Quilter)

Drink to me only with thine eyes; words by Ben Jonson (low v.: 10/087[ 7] : Quilter)

Drink to me only with thine eyes; words by Ben Jonson (low v.: 17/462- 2 : Quilter)

Lie strewn the white flocks: pastoral for chor., mez.-sop. solo etc; poems from Ben Jonson, John Fletcher, Poliziano, Theocritus & Robert Nichols (01/018 : Bliss)

Love: duet in canon; words by Ben Jonson (18/097-3 : Marzials)

Jordan, Julian

The song that reached my heart; words and music by Julian Jordan (song: 17/305 : Jordan)

Jordan, Robert M.

English country garden; words and music by Robert M Jordan (song: 17/305.2 : Jordan)

Joseffy, Rafael

Ballades [Op. 23, 38, 47, 52]; ed. Rafael Joseffy & James Huneker (p. solo: 21/080-2.0 : Chopin)

Concerto No. 1 in B minor Op. 23; ed. Rafael Joseffy (p. duo 2 p.: 22/054-1 (a) : Tchaikovsky)

Mazurkas; ed. Rafael Joseffy (p. solo: 21/080-8.4 : Chopin)

Scherzi and fantasy; ed. Rafael Joseffy (p. solo: 21/082-5.2 : Chopin)

Joshua, Lynn

We'll keep a welcome; words by Lynn Joshua & James Harper (song: 17/303-2 : Jones)

Jude, W. H.

The Christian world album of sacred songs: [90 songs]; ed. W.H. Jude (02/207-1)

The mighty deep: bass song; words and music by W. H. Jude (17/306-2 : Jude)

Judge, John 'Jack'

It's a Long Way to Tipperary; written and composed by Jack Judge and Harry Williams (song: 17/307 : Judge )

Jørgensen, Johannes

A flower (Sænk kun dit hoved, du blomst): song; [orig. Johannes Jørgensen] Eng. version Marie Boileau (17/321 : Knudsen)

Kahal, Irving

I'll be seeing you; words by Irving Kahal (song: 17/185-3 : Fain)

Kahn, Gus

Ain't we got fun?; words by Gus Kahn & Raymond B. Egan (song: 17/572-1 : Whiting)

Farewell to dreams; words by Gus Kahn (song: 17/480-2 : Romberg)

It had to be you; words by Gus Kahn (song: 17/302 : Jones)

Minnetonka; words by Gus Kahn (song: 17/570 : Wenrich)

That certain party: fox-trot song; written by Gus Kahn (17/166-3 : Donaldson)

When April sings {from Spring Parade}; words by Gus Kahn (song: 17/533-1 : Stolz)

Kaller, Ernst

Liber organi Bd 2: altfranzösische Orgelmeister, Teil 2; ed. Ernst Kaller (40/032- 4(2))

Liber organi Bd 6: deutsche Meister des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts, Teil 1; ed. Ernst Kaller (40/032-4(6))

Kallman, Chester Simon

The Bassarids: opera seria; by W. H. Auden & Chester Kallman (03/065 : Henze)

Kapper, Isaac Salomon

see Kapper, Siegfried

Kappey, Clara

Songs of Scandinavia and Northern Europe: [83 songs]; Eng. words Clara Kappey, ed. J. A. Kappey (10/060-4)

Kappey, J. A.

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

Songs of Scandinavia and Northern Europe: [83 songs]; Eng. words Clara Kappey, ed. J. A. Kappey (10/060-4)

The songs of Schubert, vol. 1: [60 songs]; ed. J. A. Kappey (09/169(1) (a)-(c) : Schubert)

Karn, Frederick James

Air and variations in B flat; sel., annot. & fing. by G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn (p. solo: 21/170-7 : Haydn)

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

Rondo in G Op. 51 No. 2; [ed.] G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn (p. solo: 21/027-4.2 (c) : Beethoven)

Toccata in C Op. 92; sel., annot. &c G. Augustus Holmes & Frederick J. Karn (p. solo: 23/017-8 : Czerny)

Troika Op. 37 No. 11; sel. [& ed.] Holmes & Karn (p. solo: 21/368-3 : Tchaikovsky)

Keats, John

La belle dame sans merci: cantata; poem by John Keats (SATB choir: 01/043 : Gibbs)

Keel, Frederick

A book of recitatives: [30 songs]; sel. & ed. Frederick Keel & Albert Garcia (sop./ mez./ ten.: 11/036)

A book of recitatives, Pt 1 (1-30): for sop., mez. & ten. v.; sel. & ed. Frederick Keel & Albert Garcia (19/085(1))

A book of recitatives, Pt 2 (contr., bar. & bass): [30 rec.]; sel. & ed. Frederick Keel & Albert Garcia (19/085(2))

Elizabethan love-songs [1st and 2nd Set in 1 vol.]: [2 sets of 30 songs]; ed. & arr. Frederick Keel (10/009)

Elizabethan love-songs, 1st Set: [30 songs]; ed. Frederick Keel (10/009(1))

Elizabethan love-songs, 1st Set: [30 songs]; ed. & arr. Frederick Keel (10/009[1])

Elizabethan love-songs, 2nd Set: [30 songs]; ed. Frederick Keel (10/009(2))

Elizabethan love-songs, 2nd Set: [30 songs]; ed. & arr. Frederick Keel (10/009[2])

Keller, Hermann

Achtzig Choralvorspiele deutscher Meister des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts; ed. Hermann Keller (organ: 40/032- 9)

Orgelvorspiele alter Meister in allen Tonarten: 32 Praeludien, Praeambeln, Toccaten von J. S. Bach [&c]; ed. Hermann Keller (40/032- 8)

Orgelwerke Bd 1: Praeludien und Fugen [&c]; ed. Hermann Keller (40/071-2(1) : Buxtehude)

Schule des klassischen Triospiels: fünfzehn Orgeltrios 1512-1916; ed. Hermann Keller (40/030- 1)

Keller, O.

Fifteen inventions in 3 parts; ed. O. Keller (p. solo: 21/015-3.3 : Bach)

Kelly, Ethel Bernard

The little white house: song cycle; words by Ethel Bernard Kelly (09/007 : Arundale)

Old furniture: [song cycle]; words by Ethel Bernard Kelly (song: 10/045-8.4[4] : Arundale)

Kemp, Stephen

Six minuets, no. 6 in C; ed. Stephen Kemp (p. solo: 21/027-2.8(6) : Beethoven)

Kenbrovin, Jaan

I'm forever blowing bubbles; words by "Jaan Kenbrovin" (song: 17/312.5-1 : Kellette)

Kendall, Doris A.

Blue-bells Op. 25 No. 6: song; words by Doris A. Kendall (17/448- 2 : Phillips)

Kennedy, Hamilton

How can you buy Killarney? (song: 17/314.5 : Kennedy)

Kennedy, Harry

Cradle's empty, baby's gone: [song and chorus (SATB)]; words and music Harry Kennedy (16/050-1[16] : Kennedy)

Kennedy, Jimmy

My song goes round the world (Ein Lied geht um die Welt); Ernst Neubach; Eng. version Jimmy Kennedy (song: 17/390-2 : May)

Old mammy mine; words and music by Jimmy Kennedy (song: 17/315-1 : Kennedy)

Red sails in the sunset; lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy (song: 17/579 : Williams)

South of the Border (Down Mexico way): Tommies' theme song; by Jimmy Kennedy & Michael Carr (17/315-2 : Kennedy)

The teddy bears' picnic [with words]; words by Jimmy Kennedy (p. solo: 21/056.3 : Bratton)

Kennedy, Peter

The fiddler's tune-book: 100 trad. airs; ed. Peter Kennedy (26/007-1)

The second Fiddler's tune-book: 100 more trad. airs; ed. Peter Kennedy (26/007-2)

Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory

The Bens of Jura (An t-Iarla Diùrach); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 5 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Harris love lament (Ailean Doon); Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 1 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Hebridean mother's song (Gur milis Morag); Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-14 : Kennedy-Fraser)

In Hebrid seas (Heman dubh ): ancient waulking song; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (17/316- 4 : Kennedy-Fraser)

An island sheiling song (Maighdeanan na h'Airidh); Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-15 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Land o' heart's desire {from Songs of the Hebrides}; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-10 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Skye fisher's song; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (17/316- 8 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 1; coll. & ed. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod (09/100(1) : Kennedy-Fraser)

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 2; coll. & ed. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod (low v.: 09/100(2) : Kennedy-Fraser)

Kent, Edward

Having it out: humorous monologue; words and music by Edward Kent (song: 17/316.5 : Kent)

Ketélby, Albert W.

In a monastery garden: arr. as a male-voice quartet by the composer; words and music by Albert W. Ketèlbey (TTBB soli: 18/079.5 : Ketelbey)

My star of love: song; words and music by Albert W. Ketélby (17/319-2 : Ketelbey)

Sanctuary of the heart: song (w. choir ad lib.); words and music by Albert W. Ketélby (17/319 : Ketelbey)

Kieser, J. G.

The national melodist: [collection of 140 of the best English, Irish, Scottish and American songs]; ed. J. G. Kieser (10/060-7)

Kilmer, Joyce

The house with nobody In It; from the poem by Joyce Kilmer (song: 17/410 : Montgomery)

Trees: song; words by Joyce Kilmer (17/465.5 : Rasbach)

Trees: piano solo; words by Joyce Kilmer (21/293 : Rasbach)

Kimbell, Julian

The little shepherdess (La pastorella): Tyrolean air; Eng. version Julian Kimbell (sop.: 17/482-4 : Rossini)

The promise (La Promessa): canzonetta; Eng. version Julian Kimbell (sop.: 17/482-5 : Rossini)

King, Philip

Il bacio (The kiss): waltz song; Eng. words Philip King (17/013-1 (b) : Arditi)

La danza: celebrated Neapolitan tarantelle; Eng. version Philip King (song: 17/482-1 : Rossini)

Tesoro mio (Waltzing the hours away): waltz song; Eng. words by Philip King (17/049 : Becucci)

King, Stoddard

There's a long, long trail; written by Stoddard King (song: 10/045-7[18] : Elliott, )

King, Thea

Clarinet solos vol. 2: [8 pieces]; arr. & ed. Thea King (clar. & piano: 36/121-3(2))

Kingsley, Charles

Maying: duet (contr. & bar.); words by Rev. Charles Kingsley (16/050-5 [22] : Smith)

Maying ("O that we two were maying"): duet for sop. & ten. (or contr. & bar./bass); words by Rev. Charles Kingsley (18/151(2) : Smith)

Maying: duet; words by Rev. Charles Kingsley (sop. & ten.: 18/151-1 : Smith)

The sands o' Dee; poetry by Charles Kingsley (low v.: 10/076[3] : Clay)

The sands o' Dee: song; poetry by Charles Kingsley (17/124-3 : Clay)

Kingsley, Henry

Magdalen at Michael's Gate: song; words by Henry Kingsley (17/336-5 : Lehmann)

Kipling, Rudyard

The ballad of the 'Clampherdown': for chor. & orch.; by Rudyard Kipling (SATB choir: 01/022 : Bridge)

Heffle cuckoo fair; words by Rudyard Kipling (song: 17/510-4 : Shaw)

The Just So song book; words by Rudyard Kipling (09/077 : German)

Mandalay: song; words by Rudyard Kipling (17/575-5 : Willeby)

Non nobis, Domine: chor. for mixed v. (SATB) w. orch. or p. accomp.; words by Rudyard Kipling (01/038[7] : Quilter)

On the road to Mandalay: song; from 'Barrack-room ballads' by Rudyard Kipling (17/525-1 : Speaks)

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

A smuggler's song: for bar. or bass; words by Rudyard Kipling (17/414.7 : Mortimer)

Two seal songs; words by Rudyard Kipling (mez.: 17/336-8 : Lehmann)

The young British soldier: song; words by Rudyard Kipling (17/129-2 : Cobb)

Kleban, Edward

A chorus line: vocal selections [10 numbers]; lyrics by Edward Kleban (09/020.5 : Hamlisch)

Kleinmichel, Richard

Sonate (F moll) Op. 5; ed. Richard Kleinmichel (p. duet (4 hands): 21/052(1) [3] : Brahms)

Klindworth, Karl (Charles)

Allegro de concert, Barcarolle, Berceuse, Boléro; ed. Charles Klindworth (p. solo: 21/080-1 (a) : Chopin)

Ballades Op. 23, 38, 47, 52; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-2 (b)-(e) : Chopin)

Barcarole Op. 60 in F#; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-3 : Chopin)

Berceuse, Barcarolle, etc.; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-1 (b) (c) : Chopin)

Deux valses Op. 69 no. 1; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-8.2(9) : Chopin)

Deuxième scherzo Op. 31; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-5.3 : Chopin)

Fantaisie Op. 49; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-7.3 : Chopin)

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

Grande sonate Op. 4; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-6 : Chopin)

Impromptu Op. 29 in A flat; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-7.1 : Chopin)

Impromptus and Fantasias Op. 29, 36, 49, 51, 66: 3 impromptus, 2 fantasias; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-7 (d) : Chopin)

Impromptus [1-3 & 4b, Op. 29, 36, 51 & 66 (post.)]; ed. Charles Klindworth (p. solo: 21/080-7 (b) (c) : Chopin)

Mazurkas; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-8.2 : Chopin)

Nocturne in E flat Op. 9 No. 2; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-1.7( 2) : Chopin)

Nocturne in F minor Op. 55 No. 1; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-1.7(15) : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-1.3 : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Charles Klindworth (p. solo: 21/082-1.2 : Chopin)

Polonaise in A Op. 40 No. 1; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-2.2(40.1) : Chopin)

Polonaise in A flat Op. 53; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-2.5(53) : Chopin)

Polonaises; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-2.2 : Chopin)

Polonaises; ed. Charles Klindworth (p. solo: 21/082-2.1 : Chopin)

Préludes ; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-3.3 : Chopin)

Preludes Op. 28, Nos 6/7; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-3.3(6-7) : Chopin)

Preludes Op. 28, Nos 8/9; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-3.3(8-9) : Chopin)

Première ballade Op. 23; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-2.1 : Chopin)

15 valses; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-8.2 : Chopin)

Rondos & scherzos; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-4 : Chopin)

Scherzos; ed. Charles Klindworth (p. solo: 21/082-5.1 : Chopin)

Sonata Op. 22; ed. Karl Klindworth (p. solo: 21/334-2 (d) : Schumann)

Sonate Op. 35; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-6(2) : Chopin)

Studies: [27 studies]; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-5.2 : Chopin)

Studies Op. 25 No. 9 in G flat; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-5(25. 9) : Chopin)

Study in C minor Op. 10 No. 12; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-5.4 (a) : Chopin)

Trois ecossaises Op. 72 No. 3; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-4 : Chopin)

Klingsor, Tristan

L'Almanach aux images: 8 pièces de piano; d'après des poëmes de Tristan Klingsor (21/160 : Grovlez)

La sarabande {from L'Almanach aux images}: [based on a poem by Tristan Klingsor] (p. solo: 21/160(4) : Grovlez)

Koehler, Ted

Lovely lady {from King of Burlesque}; words by Ted Koehler (song: 17/370-2 : McHugh)

Köhler, Louis

18 Nocturnes; ed. Louis Koehler (p. solo: 21/138-2 : Field)

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

Le clavecin bien tempéré (Préludes et fugues), vol. 1; ed. Louis Köhler (21/015-9.6(1) : Bach)

Nocturnes; ed. Louis Köhler (p. solo: 21/082-1.8 : Chopin)

Romances sans paroles (Lieder ohne Worte); ed. Louis Köhler (p. solo: 21/236-4.5 : Mendelssohn)

Sonatas vol. 3 [nos.21-27]; ed. Köhler-Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/170-2.2(3) : Haydn)

Sonatas vol. 4 [nos.28-34]; ed. Köhler-Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/170-2.2(4) : Haydn)

Sonaten (1-32); ed. Louis Köhler (p. solo: 21/027-5-c : Beethoven)

Sonaten Bd 1 No. 1-15; ed. Louis Köhler (p. solo: 21/027-5-c(1) : Beethoven)

Sonaten Bd 2 No. 16-32; ed. Louis Köhler (p. solo: 21/027-5-c(2) : Beethoven)

Sonaten; ed. Köhler / Schmidt (p. solo: 21/376(1) : Weber)

Kolneder, Walter

Konzert für Oboe und Streichorchester Op. 7 Nr 12: [arr. for oboe w. str. quartet?]; ed. Walter Kolneder (42/001.5 : Albinoni)

Kretzmer, Herbert

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

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

Kretzschmar, Hermann

Lyrische Stücke (complete) Heft 1-10 Op. 12, 38, 43, 47, 54, 62, 65, 68, 71: [66 pieces]; ed. Hermann Kretzschmar (p. solo: 21/157-6 : Grieg)

Krish, Ed.

Andante from Trio sonata for organ No. 4; trans. Ed. Krish (p. solo: 21/017-1 : Bach)

Kroeker, Kate

E'en as a lovely flower; words by Kate Kroeker (after Heine) (low v.: 17/102-3 : Bridge)

Kroll, Franz

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2; ed. Franz Kroll (21/015-9.5(2) : Bach)

Kuhlstrom, Eric

7 Bagatelles Op. 33; ed. Eric Kuhlstrom (p. solo: 21/027-2.5 : Beethoven)

Kühner, Conrad

Sonaten: [18 sonatas]; ed. Conrad Kühner (p. solo: 21/254-5.4[1] : Mozart)

Toccata Op. 7; rev. & fingered Conrad Kühner (p. solo: 21/334-3 (a) : Schumann)

Kullak, Theodor

Album for the young Op. 68: [43 pieces] (p. solo: 21/332-2 (a) : Schumann)

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

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

Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words): p. solo; ed. Theodor Kullak (21/236-4.0 : Mendelssohn)

Scenes of childhood (Kinderscenen) Op. 15: [13 compositions]; ed. Th. Kullak (p. solo: 21/334-8 (a) (b) : Schumann)

Symphony D major ('Haffner') K. 385; ed. Theodor Kroyer (04/016-8 : Mozart)

L., A.

see Lehmann, Amelia

Laing, Peggy

The Roman road; words by Peggy Laing (song: 17/296.5 : Jacobson)

Lally, James

see Hughes, Jimmy (pseud.)

Lamb, Arthur J.

Asleep in the deep: bass song; words by Arthur J. Lamb (17/447.5 : Petrie)

Lamond, Frederic

Sonaten Bd 2 (16-32); ed. Frederic Lamond (p. solo: 21/027-5-h(2) : Beethoven)

Landgraf, Ludwig

Noye's fludde Op. 59: Chester Miracle Play; voc. sc. by Imogen Holst, German trans. Ludwig Landgraf (misc. v.: 06/010-3 : Britten)

Landon, H. C. Robbins

Creation Mass in B flat major (Schöpfungsmesse); ed. H C Robbins Landon (SATB soli: 02/054-1 : Haydn)

Six songs Op. 15; words by Heinrich Heine (1-3,6) and Miss Landon (4.The dying child) (09/215 : Wood)

String quartets Op.20/1-6; Urtext ed. Reginald Barrett-Ayres / H. C. Robbins Landon (str. quart.: 42/018-7 : Haydn)

String quartets Op. 33/Op. 42; Urtext ed. Reginald Barrett-Ayres / H. C. Robbins Landon (str. quart.: 42/018-8 : Haydn)

Te Deum: [for mixed chor.& orch.]; ed. H. C. Robbins Landon; p. arr. Karl Trötzmüller (02/054-5 (c) : Haydn)

Landor, Walter Savage

O that It were so!: song; words by Walter Savage Landor (17/102-2 : Bridge)

Landshoff, Ludwig

Alte Meister des bel canto, Bd 1: eine Sammlung von Arien, Kanzonen, Kanzonetten &c [29 songs, mainly sop.]; ed. Ludwig Landshoff (11/032.5(1))

Alte Meister des Bel Canto, Bd 2: eine Sammlung von Arien, Kanzonen, Kanzonetten &c [21 songs, mainly sop.]; ed. Ludwig Landshoff (11/032.5(2))

Alte Meister des bel canto, Bd [3]: eine Sammlung von Arien, Kanzonen, Kanzonetten &c [17 songs, mainly sop.]; ed. Ludwig Landshoff (11/032.5(3))

Italienische Kammerduette des 17 und 18 Jahrhunderts: [20 songs]; ed. Ludwig Landshoff (2 sop.: 15/009)

Lane, Gerald

Carmencita: song; words & music Gerald Lane (10/045-6[13] : Lane)

A song of flowers: song; words and music by Gerald Lane (16/050-4 [30] : Lane)

Langey, Otto

Practical tutor for the flute; sel. & arr. Otto Langey (36/099-10)

Langley, George

Preparatory school of velocity Op. 636: [24 exercises]; new ed. rev. George Langley (p. solo: 21/098-3 : Czerny)

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

Larkcom, Agnes

Louise: song; Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo (sop.: 10/045-8.2[7] : Charpentier)

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): vocal waltz; Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo (sop.: 10/045-8.2[6] : Bemberg)

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): voc. waltz; words by Agnes Larkcom, from the French of A. Ocampo (17/056-2 : Bemberg)

Latham, Richard

Now Jesus Christ, the Son of God {from Easter Cantata 'Christ lag in Todesbanden'}; arr. Richard Latham (p. duo 2 p.: 22/003- 8 : Bach)

Latour, J.P. Contamine de

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

Lauder, Harry

The end of the road; written by William Dillon & Harry Lauder (song: 17/165 : Dillon)

Laurie, Margaret

Dido and Aeneas: opera; ed. Margaret Laurie & Thurston Dart (06/042-2 (a) (b) (e) : Purcell)

The music in King Arthur: dram. opera (1691); ed. Margaret Laurie (06/042-3 (b) : Purcell)

Lawless, Genevieve

I looked for God and I found Him: song; verse by Genevieve Lawless (17/526.5 : Spross)

Lawrence, Jack

Sleepy lagoon: song; words by Jack Lawrence (17/127-12 : Coates)

Lawson, Jan L.

Herding song: old Highland air; words by Jan L. Lawson (song: 10/045-8.1[15] : Lawson)

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

Lawton, Sidney

The young flautist, vol. 3: 5 graded pieces; sel. Sidney Lawton (36/099- 6(3))

Le Fanu, J. Sheridan

Phaudrig Crohoore Op. 62: Irish ballad; poem by J. Sheridan Le Fanu (choir: 01/070-2 : Stanford)

Leah, Shirley

The Chester books of clebrated songs 2: [12 songs] sel. & graded for the developing voice; sel. & ed. Shirley Leah (10/048(2))

Lear, Edward

The owl and the pussy cat Op. 49: choral version (TTBB); [words by Edward Lear] (18/081 : Koven)

Lebert, Sigmund

Suite in G minor for violin (oboe) and basso continuo; ed. Walter Liebermann (violin & piano: 28/048 : Telemann)

Leconte de Lisle, Charles-Marie

Phidylé; poésie de Leconte de Lisle (song: 17/172 : Duparc)

Ledwidge, Francis Edward

A blackbird singing: sacred song; words by Francis Ledwidge (17/266-10 : Head)

Lee, Bert

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile; words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee (song: 17/570.3 : Weston)

Leech, Hilary

Quintett Es dur KV 452: für Oboe, Klarinette, Horn, Fagott und Klavier; ed. Hilary Leech (42/025-3 : Mozart)

Legányné Hegyi, Erzsébet Legányné Hegyi,

Bach példatár (Collection of Bach examples), 1: [241] quotations from J.S. Bach's cantatas (song: 19/005(1) : Bach)

Lehmann, Amelia

Gates of the West: song; written by A[melia] L[ehmann] (10/045-4[24] : Lowthian)

Gates of the West: song; words by A[melia] L[ehmann] (16/050-3 [26] : Lowthian)

Lehmann, Liza

The life of a rose: seven short songs; words and music by Liza Lehmann (09/111 : Lehmann)

Leigh, Fred. W.

Bright eyes, good-bye!: [song]; written by Harry H. Williams & Fred. W. Leigh (16/050-5 [29] : Van Alstyne)

Rainbow: song; written by Fred. W. Leigh (16/050-5 [ 4] : Pether)

Leigh, Rowland

The Dubarry: musical comedy romance (acting edition); lyrics by Rowland Leigh & Eric Maschwitz; music arr. Theo Makeben & Bernard Grun (03/085 : Millocker)

I give my heart: song; words by Rowland Leigh; arr. Theo Mackeben (17/402 : Millocker)

Lemaire, Ferdinand

Amour! Viens aider ma faiblesse! {from Samson et Dalila}: [for mez. & orch.]; words by F. Lemaire (43/007-1 : Saint-Saëns)

Fair Spring is returning {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin (sop./ mez.: 17/486-1 : Saint-Saëns)

Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix {from Samson et Dalila}: [for mez. & orch.]; words by F. Lemaire (43/007-2 : Saint-Saëns)

Samson et Dalila: opéra de Ferdinand Lemaire (06/048 : Saint-Saëns)

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin (contr.: 16/020( 1) [1] : Saint-Saëns)

Softly awakes my heart: [Cantabile - Delilah - mez.]; [words by] F Lemaire Eng Eugene Oudin (16/050-3 [ 9] : Saint-Saëns)

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin (sop./ mez./ contr.: 17/486-2 : Saint-Saëns)

Lemon, Mary Mark-

see Mark-Lemon, Mary

Lenau, Nikolaus

Thirty songs; words by N. Lenau (1-5,8) H. Heine (6,9-13,16,19-25,28) et al. (09/073-1 : Franz)

Lennox, Lindsay

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

Cathedral voices: song w. organ or harmon. accomp. ad lib.; words by Lindsay Lennox (17/087-2 : Bonheur)

Love's vesper hour: waltz; piano sc. with lyrics based on Lindsay Lennox's popular song (p. solo: 16/050-2 [ 8] : Bonheur)

Leoncavallo, Ruggiero

Mattinata; parole e musica R. Leoncavallo (2 flutes: 17/340-2 : Leoncavallo)

Prologue {from Pagliacci); words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly (low v.: 17/340-1 : Leoncavallo)

'Tis the day (Mattinata); words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. trans. Frederic E. Weatherly (song: 17/340-2.2 : Leoncavallo)

Lerner, Alan Jay

Brigadoon: musical play; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (07/021-3 : Loewe)

Brigadoon: musical; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (03/078-1 : Loewe)

Brigadoon {from Brigadoon}; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (song: 17/351-2.1 : Loewe)

I could have danced all night {from My Fair Lady}; words by Alan Jay Lerner (song: 17/351-1.1 : Loewe)

My fair lady: musical; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (07/021-1 : Loewe)

My fair lady: musical; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (03/078-2 : Loewe)

Paint your wagon: musical play; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (07/021-2 : Loewe)

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

With a little bit of luck {from My Fair Lady}; words by Alan Jay Lerner (song: 17/351-1.2 : Loewe)

Wouldn't it be loverly {from My Fair Lady}; words by Alan Jay Lerner (song: 17/351-1.3 : Loewe)

Letts, W. M.

The bold unbiddable child: song; words by W. M. Letts (17/529-12 : Stanford)

The chapel on the hill Op.139: song; poem by W.M. Letts {from Songs from Leinster} (17/529- 1 : Stanford)

A soft day Op.140 No. 3: song; words by W.M. Letts; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford (17/529- 7 : Stanford)

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3: song; poem by W.M. Letts (17/529- 9 : Stanford)

Levis, Carroll

I'm in love with a song; words by Carroll Levis (song: 17/339.5 : Leonard)

Leweck, Gustave Wilhelm

see Williams, Gus

Lewis, Al

Blueberry hill; lyrics by Al Lewis & Larry Stock (song: 17/481.3 : Rose)

Lewis, Matthew Gregory

Banks of Allan Water: part-song, arr. for 4 male v. (ATTB); words by M. G. Lewes [sic] (18/031 : Cantor)

The banks of Allan Water; words by M. G. Lewis (song: 16/050-1[28] : Horn)

Ley, Evelyn

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

Ley, Henry G

The Church anthem book: one hundred anthems authorised for use in public worship; ed. Sir Walford Davies & Henry G. Ley (02/202-1)

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

Prelude in A minor; ed. Henry G.Ley (organ: 40/137-1 : Krebs)

Six organ preludes on chorales; ed. Henry G. Ley (40/071 : Buxtehude)

Leybourne, George

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

Lindsay, Lady

In the woods; words by Lady Lindsay (song: 17/021 : Austin)

Lindsay, M

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

Liszt, Franz

Fantasia: The Wanderer Op. 15; ed. Franz Liszt (p. solo: 21/328-3.4 (a) : Schubert)

Sonata 1 Op. 24 (C major); ed. F. Liszt (p. solo: 21/376-4 : Weber)

Sonatas (arr. acc. to difficulty) vol. 1 (Nos. 1-3, 5-11, 15, 18-20, 24-5); ed. Franz Liszt (p. solo: 21/027-5- j(1) : Beethoven)

Sonatas (arr. acc. to difficulty) vol. 2 (Nos. 4, 12-14, 16-17, 21-23, 26-32); ed. Franz Liszt (p. solo: 21/027-5- j(2) : Beethoven)

Sonatas (arr. acc. to difficulty) vol. 1 (Nos. 1-3, 5-11, 15, 18-20, 24-5); ed. Franz Liszt; new ed. rev. Edward Watson (p. solo: 21/027-5-e(1) : Beethoven)

Livingstone, Peter

A guid New Year to ane an' a': song and [SATB] chorus; words by P. Livingstone (16/050-1[29] : Hume)

Lloyd, A. L.

Folk songs of the Americas; ed. A.L. Lloyd (10/014-5)

Lockton, Edward Frederick

see also Teschemacher, Edward

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp.; words by Edward Lockton (10/045-6[12] : Day)

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp.; words by Edward Lockton (17/151 : Day)

Arise, O Sun: voc. duet; words by Edward Lockton (mez. & contr./ bar.: 18/041 : Day)

Beware of the maidens: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/151-2 : Day)

The celebrated waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet}; Eng. words by Edward Lockton (16/020( 3) [2] : Gounod)

The fairy tales of Ireland: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/127- 2 : Coates)

First song album; words by Edward Lockton et al. (09/195 : Thompson)

The gay highway: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/168.5 : Drummond)

Gentlemen, good-night!: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/354-4 : Longstaffe)

Give thanks and sing: sacred song; words by Edward Lockton (17/257 : Harris)

He giveth his beloved sleep: song; lyric by Edward Lockton (17/298.9 : Jenkins)

I'll walk beside you: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/423 : Murray)

I'll walk beside you: song; words by Edward Lockton (18/108 : Murray)

The little blue sun bonnet; words by Edward Lockton (song: 17/268 : Hemery)

Sing, sing, blackbird Op. 30 No. 1: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/448- 6 : Phillips)

Songs from Memory-Land: [4 songs]; words by Edward Lockton (09/191 : Tate)

Vienna, city of my dreams (Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume): song; Eng. words Edward Lockton (17/515 : Sieczynski)

A Warwickshire wooing: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/297-3 : James)

When the great red dawn is shining: song; words by Edward Lockton (high v.: 17/508-2 : Sharpe)

When the home-bells ring again: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/590-12 : Wood)

Your England and mine: song; words by Edward Lockton (17/518 : Simpson)

Lockwood, Elisabeth M

Twenty famous songs, vol. 1: new ed. w. rev. translations; Eng. Elisabeth M. Lockwood, Fre. Victor Wilder (high v.: 09/025-7(1) (a) (d) : Brahms)

Loesser, Frank

Guys and dolls: [musical]; lyrics by Frank Loesser (07/020-1 : Loesser)

On a slow boat to China; words and music by Frank Loesser (song: 17/350.5-1 : Loesser)

Wonderful Copenhagen {from Hans Christian Andersen}; [words and music] by Frank Loesser (song: 17/350.5-2 : Loesser)

Lohmann, Heinz

Ausgewählte Orgelwerke Bd 2; ed. Heinz Lohmann (organ: 40/263(2) : Walther)

Long, Kathleen

Cavatina; ed. Kathleen Long (p. solo: 21/138 : Field)

Eighteen little preludes; ed. H. McEwen & K. Long (p. solo: 21/015-4.1 : Bach)

Longfellow, H. W.

The arrow and the song: serenade; poetry by Longfellow (song: 17/026-4 : Balfe)

The Bridge: [song]; written by H W Longfellow (16/050-3 [17] : Lindsay)

The day is done: duet; words by Longfellow (18/087 : Lohr)

The death of Minnehaha Op. 30 No. 2: cantata for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; words by H.W. Longfellow (01/026-2(2) : Coleridge-Taylor)

Excelsior: duet; poetry by Longfellow (18/011 : Balfe)

The golden legend: cantata; adapt. from the poem of Longfellow by Joseph Bennett (01/073 : Sullivan)

Good night! Good night! beloved!: serenade; poetry by Longfellow (song: 17/026-3 : Balfe)

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

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; words by Longfellow (01/026-2(3) (b) (c) : Coleridge-Taylor)

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch.; words by H.W. Longfellow (01/026-2(1) (a) (b) : Coleridge-Taylor)

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch.; words by Longfellow (01/026-2(1) (c) (d) : Coleridge-Taylor)

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch.; words by H.W. Longfellow (44/011-1 : Coleridge-Taylor)

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

Living poems: song; words by Longfellow (17/042 : Batten)

Onaway, awake, beloved {from Hiawatha}: song; written by Longfellow (10/087[ 4] : Coleridge-Taylor)

Onaway! Awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha's Wedding Feast}: song; verse by Longfellow (17/133-6 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Onaway, awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha}: song; written by Longfellow (17/140-2 : Cowen)

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

A psalm of life; words by Longfellow (song: 17/140-3 : Cowen)

Scenes from the Saga of King Olaf: for STB soli, chor. & orch.; words by H.W. Longfellow & H.A. Acworth (01/037-5 : Elgar)

Scenes from the Song of Hiawatha Op. 30: for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; words by H.W. Longfellow (01/026-2 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Ships that pass in the night: song; words by Longfellow (17/531.5-2 : Stephenson)

Spring had come (Kam der Lenz mit seinem Glanze) Op. 30 No. 4; words by H.W. Longfellow (song: 17/133-2 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Two angels; poetry by Longfellow (song: 10/045-4[20] : Romer)

The village blacksmith: song; words by Longfellow (17/569.5 : Weiss)

The village blacksmith: song; words by Longfellow (17/569.5 (b) : Weiss)

Longstaffe, Ernest

Here come the Guards: song; words and music Ernest Longstaffe (17/354-2 : Longstaffe)

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

When the sergeant major's on parade: song; words and music Ernest Longstaffe (17/354-1 : Longstaffe)

Where's the sergeant?: song; words and music Ernest Longstaffe (17/354-3 : Longstaffe)

Lothar, Rudolf

Tiefland (The Lowland): Musikdrama; Text von Rudolph Lothar (06/014.5 : Albert)

Lottman, George D.

Anchors aweigh: song of the Navy; rev. words by George D. Lottman; rev. mus. D. Savino (17/605-1 : Zimmerman)

Louÿs, Pierre

Trois chansons de Bilitis; words by P. Louÿs (09/057-2 : Debussy)

Lover, Samuel

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

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

Lucas, Clarence

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))

Lucas, St. John

Invitation to arise: song; words by St John Lucas (17/444-5 : Peel)

Luck, Katie M.

Old World dance songs Op. 37: [4 songs]; words by Katie M.Luck (09/141-2 : Phillips)

Luther, Martin

The Holy Child: Luther's 'Cradle Hymn'; poem by Martin Luther (song: 17/384-4 : Martin)

Luther's cradle hymn {from Christmas Oratorio}; words by Martin Luther (song: 17/025-5[2] : Bach)

[Two Bach chorales from the Christmas Oratorio]; words by Martin Luther (song: 17/025-5 : Bach)

Lyte, Henry Francis

Abide with me: sacred song; words by Henry Francis Lyte (16/050-4 [17] : Liddle)

Abide with me: sacred song; words by Henry Francis Lyte (17/344-1 : Liddle)

Abide with me: favorite sacred song; [words by Henry Francis Lyte] arr. Percy Newman (17/344-1.1 : Liddle)

Lyttleton, Claude

A dream of Paradise: [song]; words by Claude Lyttleton (16/050-5 [37] : Gray)

A dream of Paradise: song [w. violin & cello obbl.]; words by Claude Lyttleton (17/230-1 : Gray)

The heavenly song: with harmon. acc. ad lib.; words by Claude Lyttleton (song: 17/230-2 : Gray)

Mac Cathmhaoil, Seosamh

see also Campbell, Joseph

I will go with my father a-ploughing; words by Seosamh Mac Cathmhaoil (song: 17/239-1 : Gurney)

Mac Donell, Alice C.

Sons of the Empire: song; words by Alice C. Mac Donell (17/388-3 : Mascheroni)

MacCathmhaoil, Seosamh

see Mac Cathmhaoil, Seosamh

MacColl, Ewan

The singing island: coll. Eng & Scot. folk-songs; comp. Peggy Seeger & Ewan MacColl (10/033)

MacDonald, George

The auld fisher; words by George Macdonald (song: 17/364-1 : MacCunn)

My boat glides with the gliding stream Op. 44 No. 1: quartet (SCTB); words by George MacDonald (18/051 : Dunhill)

MacFarlane, Malcolm

Mo dhachaidh (My ain house); Gaelic words by Malcolm MacFarlane, Scot. Alexander Stewart (song: 17/405.5-2 : Moffat)

MacFarlane, Sandy

Granny's Highland hame; [words and music by Sandy MacFarlane] (song: 10/045-8.1[14] : MacFarlane)

Granny's Highland hame; written and composed by Sandy MacFarlane (song: 17/367 : MacFarlane)

Macfarren, Natalia

Lucia de Lammermoor; [Eng. N. Macfarren] (misc. v.: 06/015-2 : Donizetti)

Lullaby (Wiegenlied); Eng. version Lady Macfarren (17/419-9 : Mozart)

Norma: opera in 2 acts; ed. & Eng. trans. Natalia Macfarren (06/004 (b) : Bellini)

Oberon: opera in 3 acts; written J. R. Planché; ed. Natalia Macfarren (06/076 : Weber)

Songs my mother taught me (Als die alte Mutter): song, from the gipsy melodies; Eng. words Natalia Macfarren (17/174-1 : Dvorak)

Ye Cupids and Graces {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Alexander's Course of Glory; Eng. words by Lady Macfarren; p.arr. H. Heale (sop.: 17/252-4 : Handel)

Mack, Cecil

Teasing: song; words by Cecil Mack (16/050-5 [11] : Tilzer)

Mackay, Charles

I come from the beauiful Rhine: song; poetry by Charles Mackay (10/045-4[22] : Mori)

Rolling home to bonnie Scotland: song; poetry by C. Mackay arr. René Farban (16/050-4 [ 6] : Farban)

The songs of Scotland, vol. 1: 190 songs; coll. & ed. J. Pittman, Colin Brown, Charles Mackay (10/035(1))

There's a land: song; words by Charles Mackay & Agnes M. Silby (10/045-7[11] : Allitsen)

There's a land: song; words by Charles Mackay (16/050-3 [ 2] : Allitsen)

There's a land: song; words by Charles Mackay & Agnes M. Silby (17/008-4 : Allitsen)

Mackay, George Eric

Eleanore: song; poem by Eric Mackay (10/087[ 5] : Coleridge-Taylor)

Mackay, Neil

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

Mackenzie-Murdoch, William

Hame o' mine: Scottish song; words and music Mackenzie-Murdoch (17/422 : Mackenzie-Murdoch)

Maclagan, Alexander

The bonnie wells o' Wearie; words by Alex. Maclagan (song: 17/237 (a) : Grieve)

The bonnie wells o' Wearie; words by Alex. Maclagan (song: 17/237 (b) : Grieve)

Macleod, Fiona

Faery song {from The Immortal Hour}; poem by Fiona Macleod (song: 17/092-1 : Boughton)

MacLeod, Kenneth

The cockle gatherer ('S truisaidh mi na Coilleagan); Air from Marion MacLeod [with Gaelic] words from Kenneth MacLeod; arr. (with Eng. words) M. Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-13 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Deirdre's farewell to Scotland (Deirdre a' fagail na h-Albann); Trad. arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 2 : Kennedy-Fraser)

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh); Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod (song: 17/316- 3 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall); Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod (song: 10/088[ 4] : Kennedy-Fraser)

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall); Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod (song: 17/316-16 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Peat-fire smooring prayer (Smàl an tùrlach); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-11 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The road to the Isles: tramping song; words by Kenneth MacLeod (17/316- 7 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 1; coll. & ed. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod (09/100(1) : Kennedy-Fraser)

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 2; coll. & ed. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod (low v.: 09/100(2) : Kennedy-Fraser)

The wild swan (Eala fo leòn); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-12 : Kennedy-Fraser)

MacMahon, Desmond

The national youth song book; ed. Desmond MacMahon (10/021)

The new national and folk song book, pt 2; ed. Desmond MacMahon (10/020.5(2))

Paramount song book: [78 community songs] (10/023.4)

Macneill, Hector

Come under my plaidie; words by Hector Macneil (song: 16/050-1[52])

Jeannie's black e'e; words by Hector Macneil (song: 16/050-1[48])

My boy Tammy; words by Macneil (song: 16/050-1[43])

MacPherson, Stewart

Sonata No. 5 in C; ed. Stewart MacPherson (p. solo: 21/170-4(5) : Haydn)

Sonata no. 6 in D major [K. 284]; ed. George Farlane & Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/254-6.3(6) : Mozart)

Sonata No. 7 Op. 10 No. 3; anal. ed. Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/027-5. 7 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 10 Op. 14 No. 2 in G major; ed. Stewart MacPherson (p. solo: 21/027-5.10 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata no. 12 in F [K. 332]; ed. George Farlane & Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/254-6.3(12) : Mozart)

Sonata No. 13 (Quasi una Fantasia) Op. 27 No. 1; anal. ed. Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/027-5.13 (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 14 (Quasi una fantasia) Op. 27 No. 2 'Moonlight'; anal. ed. Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/027-5.14 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 21 Op. 53 (Waldstein); anal. ed. Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/027-5.21 (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 27 Op. 90; anal. ed. Stewart Macpherson (p. solo: 21/027-5.27 (b) : Beethoven)

Songs without words; ed. Stewart MacPherson (p. solo: 21/236-4.6 : Mendelssohn)

Maeterlinck, Maurice

When he comes home: song; words by Maurice Maeterlinck; Eng. version Fred G. Bowles (17/341 : Leoni)

Mahler, Gustav

Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of a wayfarer): [4 songs]; words by Gustav Mahler (09/117-2 : Mahler)

Mainwairing, Anthony

Faith: song; words by Anthony Manwairing (17/113.7-3 : Carne)

My dearest wish: song; words by Anthony Mannering [sic] (17/113.7-2 : Carne)

Mair, Pegeen

My heart has gone rolling away: song; words by Pegeen Mair (17/215 : Gerrard)

Maitland, J. A. Fuller

The music in Dryden's King Arthur: opera; ed. J A Fuller Maitland for the Birmingham Festival 1897 (06/042-3 (c) (d) : Purcell)

Malpieri, Gian Francesco

Magnificat: for solo v., mixed chor. & orch.; ed. Gian Francesco Malpieri; p.arr. Raffaele Cumar (02/131-2 : Vivaldi)

Magnificat RV610a-611: for solo v., 2 mixed chor. & 2 orch.; ed. Gian Francesco Malpieri; p.arr. Raffaele Cumar (02/131-2.1 : Vivaldi)

Mann, William

Götterdämmerung; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-5 : Wagner)

Siegfried; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-2 : Wagner)

Das Rheingold; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-3 : Wagner)

Die Walküre; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-4 : Wagner)

Mannering, Anthony

see Mainwairing, Anthony

Mansfield, Purcell James

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

The organist's Bach: [10 pieces]; sel. & arr. Purcell J. Mansfield (40/051-7(2) : Bach)

The Scottish duet book: 32 songs; ed. Alfred Moffat & Purcell J. Mansfield (15/017)

Marble, E. S.

Eileen Alannah: [song]; written by E. S. Marble (16/050-4 [19] : Thomas)

Eileen Alannah; words by E. S. Marble (mez./ bar.: 17/552.3 : Thomas)

Marcello, M.

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): voc. duet (mez. & bar.); orig. M. Marcello; Eng. words Theo. Marzials (18/091 : Lucantoni)

La serenata: légende valaque - [chanson] avec v'celle ou violon; poésie de M. M. Marcello (10/045-4[13] : Braga)

Marchant, Frank

Thesweetest time of the year: song; lyric by Frank Marchant & Henrik Ege (17/281-2 : Henman)

Mare, Walter de la

Done for; words by Walter de la Mare (song: 17/192.5-2 : Fiske)

Dream song; words by Walter de la Mare (song: 17/267-2 : Hely-Hutchinson)

Epitaph; words by Walter De La Mare (song: 17/511 : Sheldon)

An epitaph {from Two Songs}; words by Walter de la Mare (song: 17/546.3(1) : Swinburne)

Five eyes Op. 9 No. 3: song with piano; words by Walter de la Mare (low v.: 17/219-9 : Gibbs)

King David; words by Walter De La Mare (song: 17/289.5 : Howells)

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John: song; lyric adapted by Walter de la Mare (17/096-3 : Brahe)

The old soldier; words by Walter de la Mare (song: 17/267 : Hely-Hutchinson)

Silence: choral fagment; words by Walter De La Mare (01/044 : Goossens)

Silver Op. 30 No. 2; words by Walter de la Mare (low v.: 17/219-7 : Gibbs)

A song of shadows Op. 9 No. 5; words by Walter de la Mare (song: 17/219-8 : Gibbs)

Mareo, Eric

The face of a friend: song; composed by Eric Mareo (17/382-2 : Mareo)

Máriássy, István

Variationen für Klavier 1: Urtext; ed. István Máriássy (p. solo: 21/027-8.0(1) : Beethoven)

Variationen für Klavier 2: Urtext; ed. István Máriássy (p. solo: 21/027-8.0(2) : Beethoven)

Variationen für Klavier 3: Urtext; ed. István Máriássy (p. solo: 21/027-8.0(3) : Beethoven)

Mariott, Mary

The dawn wIll bring a brighter day: song; words by Mary Mariott (17/156- 8 : DelRiego)

Mark-Lemon, Mary

Carrier John: song; words by Mary Mark-Lemon (16/050-4 [ 1] : Pinsuti)

Daddy: song; words by Mary Mark Lemon (16/050-3 [28] : Behrend)

Golden love: song; words by Mary Mark-Lemon (10/045-4[ 8] : Wellings)

Marlowe, Christopher

Come live with me {from Semele}; words by Marlowe; arr. J. Michael Diack (bar.: 17/252-14 : Handel)

Marsland, Nancie B.

Almond blossoms {from Moon Magic}; words by Nancie B. Marsland (song: 10/045-8.1[16] : Arundale)

Flowering trees Op. 31; words by Nancie B. Marsland (song: 09/141-1 : Phillips)

Sea echoes: [3 songs]; words by N. B. Marsland (09/141-3 : Phillips)

Marston, Philip Bourke

After: song; words by Philip Bourke Marston (17/178-8 : Elgar)

Song album vol. 8 for high v.: My garden: song cycle [7 songs]; words by Philip Bourke Marston (09/119(8) : Mallinson)

Martens, Frederick H.

Pastures of the soul; words by Frederick H. Martens (song: 17/114 : Carreau)

Martens, Mason

Gloria: for solo v., mixed chor. & orch.; ed. Mason Martens (02/131-1 : Vivaldi)

Marvell, Holt

see Maschwitz, Eric

Marvell, John

A parting prayer: song; lyric by John Marvell (17/096-5 : Brahe)

Marx, Adolf Bernhard

Auswahl aus . . . Kompositionen; ed. Adolf Bernhard Marx (p. solo: 20/090[3] : Bach)

Marzials, Theo

[Albums of songs vols. 1 & 2]; Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan (09/081 : Grieg)

Albums of songs vol. 1: [23 songs]; Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan (09/081[1] : Grieg)

Albums of songs vol. 2: [20 songs, incl. 6 from 'Reminiscnces of mountain and fiord']; Eng. words Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan (09/081[2] : Grieg)

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis}; Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] (song: 10/087[16] : Lully)

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis}; Eng. by Theo Marzials; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] (song: 17/337-3 : Lully)

Hear me, ye winds and waves! {from Scipio}: inc. recit. From the rage of the tempest {from Julius Caesar}; arr. A. L.; words of recit. Theo. Marzials (song: 17/250-8 : Handel)

Last night: song; Ger. words by Christian Winther; Eng. by T. Marzials (10/045-5[ 9] : Kjerulf)

The miller and the maid: song; words by Theo. Marzials (10/045-4[ 7] : Marzials)

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): voc. duet (mez. & bar.); orig. M. Marcello; Eng. words Theo. Marzials (18/091 : Lucantoni)

O vision entrancing! {from Esmeralda}: song; words by Theo. Marzials (10/087[18] : Thomas)

A summer night (Une nuit de mai); words by Theo. Marzials (song: 17/552-5 : Thomas)

A summer shower: song; words and music by Theo. Marzialis (16/050-5 [32] : Marzials)

Twickenham Ferry: river ditty; music & words by Theo. Marzialis (16/050-5 [16] : Marzials)

Maschwitz, Eric

The Dubarry: musical comedy romance (acting edition); lyrics by Rowland Leigh & Eric Maschwitz; music arr. Theo Makeben & Bernard Grun (03/085 : Millocker)

Good-Night Vienna: romantic musical play; lyrics by Holt Marvell (Eric Maschwitz) [and H.V. Purcell] (07/027-1 : Posford)

Good-night Vienna {from Good-Night Vienna}; lyric by Holt Marvell (Eric Maschwitz) (song: 17/455.3 : Posford)

Magyar melody: musical romance; adapted by Eric Maschwitz & George Posford (07/027-2 : Posford)

The Mardi Gras: song; words by Maschewitz & Leo Towers (17/388.5-1 : Maschwitz)

A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square; lyric by Eric Maschwitz (song: 17/511.7 : Sherwin)

Pink Champagne: new adaptation of Die Fledermaus [operetta]; adapted by Eric Maschwitz [lyrics] & Bernard Grun [music] (03/150-2 : Strauss)

Summer song: story of the New World; arr. Bernard Grun; lyrics by Eric Maschwitz (misc. v.: 07/008.7 : Dvorak)

These foolish things: song; words by Eric Maschwitz (17/533.7-2 : Strachey)

Masefield, John

Captain Stratton's fancy: song; words by John Masefield (17/563-1 : Warlock)

The Coming of Christ: mystery play [cantata]; written by John Masefield (01/051-2 : Holst)

News from Whydah: ballad; words by John Masefield (choir: 01/042 : Gardiner)

Roadways: song; words by John Masefield (17/352- 8 : Lohr)

Sea fever: song; words by John Masefield (10/087[10] : Ireland)

Sea fever: song; words by John Masefield (17/294-6 : Ireland)

Tewkesbury road: song; words by John Masefield (17/573-2 : Wightman)

Third mate: song; words by John Masefield (17/284.7 : Hickey)

This is a sacred city (By a bier-side); words by John Masefield (song: 17/219-6 : Gibbs)

Three salt-water ballads, 1st set; words by John Masefield (09/099(1) : Keel)

To-morrow: song; words by John Masefield {from Salt-water ballads} (17/312-2 : Keel)

Twilight: song for med. v. & piano; words by John Masefield (17/415.5 : Moule-Evans)

Twilight it is: song; words by John Masefield (17/573 : Wightman)

Mason, William

Two- and three-part inventions (p. solo: 21/015-3.0 : Bach)

When lady Betty chooses: song; words and music Gerry Mason (17/389-1 : Mason)

Massie, Chris

I love my God and He loves me; words by Chris Massie (song: 17/105.6 : Bullock)

Masters, J. R. (Mrs)

Rosalie Op. 161 No. 2: chansonette (mez. or bar.); words by Mrs J. R. Masters (17/322.5 : Koven)

Matthews, Denis

Sonata in A K 331; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(11) : Mozart)

Sonata in B flat K 281; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 3) : Mozart)

Sonata in B flat K 333; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(13) : Mozart)

Sonata in B flat K 570; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(17) : Mozart)

Sonata in C K 309; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 7) : Mozart)

Sonata in C K 545; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(16) : Mozart)

Sonata in D K 311; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6.1( 9) : Mozart)

Sonata in E flat K 282; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 4) : Mozart)

Sonata in F K 533; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(15) : Mozart)

Sonata in G K 283; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 5) : Mozart)

Matthison, Arthur

The little hero: song; words by Arthur Matthison (17/004-11 : Adams)

Mignon's song {from Mignon}; Eng. version Arthur Matthison (mez.: 10/045-9[2] : Thomas)

Mattison, Alf

Doing our bit at home; words by Alf Mattison (song: 17/138 : Corbett)

Maughan, H. Neville

The Knight of Bethlehem {from The Husband of Poverty}: St Francis song; words by H. Neville Maughan (17/552.5 : Thomson)

Maunder, I. M.

The fiddler; words by I. M. Maunder (song: 17/447-1 : Peterkin)

May, Winifred

Olwen: song; words by Winifred May (17/577 : Williams)

Silent night: trad. carol w. hamonised refrain; words by Winifred May (17/428-1 : Nicholls)

Mayer-Mahr, Moritz

Studies after Bach, Chopin and Weber Bk 1: Nos. 1-3 (of 5); ed. Mayer-Mahr (p. solo: 21/054-1 : Brahms)

Technical studies Bk 2: Nos. 26-51 (of 51); ed. Mayer-Mahr (p. solo: 21/054-2 : Brahms)

Mazzoni, Pietro

Ave Maria: song (founded on Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana); Ital. by P. Mazzoni; Eng. by Fred. E. Weatherley (10/045-5[10] : Mascagni)

Ave Maria {adapt. from Cavalleria Rusticana}; P. Mazzoni; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly (song: 17/387-2 : Mascagni)

For all eternity (Eternamente): song; paroli di Pietro Mazzoni; Eng. words S.A. Herbert (17/388-2 : Mascheroni)

Till Death (I love you : Lontananza): song; words by Pietro Mazzoni and Clifton Bingham (16/050-4 [11] : Mascheroni)

McCaldin, Denis

Te Deum: [for mixed chor.& orch.]; ed. Denis McCaldin (02/054-5 (b) : Haydn)

McCall, J. P.

see McCall, Patrick Joseph

Little red hen: folk tale from the Irish; words by J. P. [ie P. J.] McCall (song: 17/447-3 : Peterkin)

McCaskill, Mizzy

Flute duets vol. 1: works by Devienne, Hotteterre, Loeillet, Meline Stamitz & Telemann; comp. & ed. Dona Gilliam, Mizzy McCaskill (36/099-11)

McClellan, Mr

Sweet pretty bird {from the cantata The Redbreast}: sop. aria; arr. Maurice Bevan; words by Mr McClellan (17/530 : Stanley)

McCrone, Duncan

Always Argyll; words by James Jamieson & Duncan McCrone (song: 17/363.5 : McCrone)

McDermaid, Louise

A blackbird's song: song; words by Louise McDermaid (17/488- 1 : Sanderson)

McDermott, Hugh

Allan's Irish fiddler: 120 reels & jigs, hornpipes & set dances; arr. Hugh McDermott (26/011)

McDonald, J. Anthony

The piper of love: song; words by J. Anthony McDonald (17/113-3 : Carew)

McEachern, Malcolm

see Jetsam, Mr

McEwen, H.

Eighteen little preludes; ed. H. McEwen & K. Long (p. solo: 21/015-4.1 : Bach)

McGrath, Toni

Nocturne: song; words by Toni McGrath (17/492 : Saunders)

McLaren, J. Wilson

Shouggie shou, my bairnie: mither's sang; words by J. Wilson McLaren (17/283 : Henschel)

McVicar, George

The Oxford Scottish song book: [60 songs]; ed. Cedric Thorpe Davie & George McVicar (10/023)

Meilhac, Henri

Songs from the great operettas: 38 songs from 14 operettas; words by Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halévy et al. (09/129 : Offenbach)

Melville, G.J. Whyte-

see Whyte-Melville, George John

Menotti, Gian-Carlo

The shepherds' chorus {from Amahl and the Night Visitors}; words by Gian-Carlo Menotti (SATB choir: 18/101 : Menotti)

Mercer, Johnny

Blues in the night (My mama done tol' me); words by Johnny Mercer (song: 17/014-2 : Arlen)

Seven brides for seven brothers: song album; lyric by Johnny Mercer (09/137 : Paul)

That old black magic; words by Johnny Mercer (song: 17/014-3 : Arlen)

Mercier, Marianne Wilhelmine

see Stevens, Marianne

Merewether, Richard

Complete horn parts (for) the four symphonies; comp. Richard Merewether (35/043-1 : Brahms)

Merrick, Frank

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

Musical moments Op. 94; ed. Frank Merrick (p. solo: 21/328-4.2 : Schubert)

Nocturnes; ed. Frank Merrick (p. solo: 21/082-1.0 : Chopin)

Preludes Op. 28 etc.; ed. Frank Merrick (p. solo: 21/082-3.5 : Chopin)

Studies: [27 studies]; ed. Frank Merrick (p. solo: 21/080-5.3 : Chopin)

Waltzes; ed. Frank Merrick (p. solo: 21/082-8.1 : Chopin)

Merrick, Norman

Won't you come roving?: song; words by Norman Merrick (17/040 : Bateman)

Mertke, Ed.

Ausgewählte Claviercompositionen; ed. Mertke (21/078-3.2 : Chopin)

Messenger, Thomas

Two-part counterpoint from the great masters; coll. Thomas Messenger (var.: 46/001)

Middleton, Jessie Adelaide

Life and death: song; words by Jessie Adelaide Middleton (med. v.: 17/133-4 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Millar, Ronald

I know now {from Robert & Elizabeth}; lyrics by Ronald Millar (17/229.2 : Grainer)

Miller, Sonny

Always young {from Wedding in Paris}; lyric by Sonny Miller (song: 17/390-3 : May)

Night in Venice: operetta (new version); arr. Hans May, lyrics by Sonny Miller (03/150-1 : Strauss)

Mills, A. J.

Some night, some waltz, some girl; written and composed by A. J. Mills, Bennett Scott and Fred Godfrey (song: 10/045-7[19] : Scott)

Mills, Annette

Adolf; words and music Annette Mills (song: 17/403.5 : Mills)

Mills, Wilfrid

My ain folk: ballad of home; words by Wilfrid Mills (17/339 : Lemon)

Milne, A. A.

Christopher Robin is saying his prayers (Vespers): song; words by A. A. Milne (17/205.5 : Fraser-Simson)

Fourteen songs from 'When we were very young'; by A. A. Milne (09/075 : Fraser-Simson)

Milton, John

Blest pair of Sirens (at a Solemn music): ode by Milton (choir: 01/038[1] : Parry)

Blest pair of Sirens (at a Solemn music): for chor. & orch. (8-part arrangement); ode by Milton (01/063-1 : Parry)

Orpheus' self may heave his head {from L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato, part 2}; from Milton's L'Allegro; arr. Albert Howe (sop.: 17/251-5 : Handel)

Minnigerode, Meade

The whiffenpoof song (Baa! Baa! Baa!); [by Tod Galloway; chorus by Guy H. Scull; words by Meade Minnigerode] (song: 17/404 : Galloway)

Mitchell, Charles

You are my sunshine; words and music by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell (song: 17/150.5 : Davis)

Mitchell, Samuel N.

Forgive and forget, little darling: song and chorus; words by S. N. Mitchell (16/050-1[14] : Danks)

Moffat, Alfred

Arie aus 'Orpheus': [arr. for violin (or cello) & piano]; arr. A. Moffat (28/022.5 : Gluck)

Cantabile Op. 17 no. 7: [arr. for violin (or cello) & piano]; arr. A. Moffat (28/033-8 : Mozart)

The Cremona violin album: [44 pieces]; ed. & arr. Alfred Moffat (28/061-4.5)

Fifty traditional Scottish nursery rhymes; coll., ed. & arr. Alfred Moffat (song: 10/062-6)

Le galant chevalier; arr. & ed. Alfred Moffat (p. solo: 21/144.5 : Francoeur)

Preludium in D minor; adapt. & ed. Harold Craxton & Alfred Moffat (p. solo: 21/068.5 : Carbonelli)

Sarabanda (aus einer Suite f: [arr. for violin (or cello) & piano]; arr. A. Moffat (28/002-7 : Bach)

The Scottish duet book: 32 songs; ed. Alfred Moffat & Purcell J. Mansfield (15/017)

Six songs; ed. & arr. Alfred Moffat (09/145-3 : Purcell)

Six songs; arr. & ed. Alfred Moffat (10/076[1] : Purcell)

Sonata in e minor: [arr. for cello & piano]; arr. A. Moffat (33/030.5 : Galliard)

Two bourrées; ed. & adapt. Alfred Moffat (p. solo: 21/286-3 : Purcell)

Two jigs; arr. & adapt. Harold Craxton & Alfred Moffat (p. solo: 21/136.5 : Festing)

The Victor folio piano music: 60 pieces; [ed. Alfred Moffat] (20/013-1)

Molloy, James Lynam

The carnival: song; words and music J. L. Molloy (17/406-1 : Molloy)

The Kerry dance: song; words by J. L. Molloy (10/045-4[ 5] : Molloy)

The Kerry dance: song; words and music by J. L. Molloy (16/050-4 [28] : Molloy)

The Kerry dance: song; words and music J. L. Molloy (17/406-2 : Molloy)

The Kerry dance; words by James Molloy (voc. duet: 18/105-1 : Molloy)

Songs of Ireland: [101 songs] incl. most fav. of Moore's Irish melodies; sel. & arr. J. L. Molloy (10/060-3)

Monckton, Lionel

Arcady is ever young {from The Arcadians}: song; words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis (17/408-3 : Monckton)

Monk, Edwin George

St John the Baptist: oratorio; text sel. from Holy Writ by E. G. Monk (08/041 : Macfarren)

Montgomery, J.

Forever with the Lord!; words by J. Montgomery (song: 17/225-1 : Gounod)

Moore, Frederick

A choice collection of ayres and dances: [9 pieces]; sel. & ed. Frederick Moore (harps./ clav.: 41/007)

Moore, Graham P.

Six sonatinas Op. 36; ed. & fing. Graham P. Moore (p. solo: 21/086-1 (c) : Clementi)

Moore, Thomas

Bon-Bon suite: for bar. solo, chor. & orch.; words by Thomas Moore (01/026-3 : Coleridge-Taylor)

The last rose of Summer; poetry by Thomas Moore (mez.: 17/532 (a) : Stevenson)

The last rose of Summer; words by Thomas Moore; ed. Henry Parker (song: 17/532 (b) : Stevenson)

Songs of Ireland: [101 songs] incl. most fav. of Moore's Irish melodies; sel. & arr. J. L. Molloy (10/060-3)

'Tis the last rose of summer: song; by Thomas Moore (song: 17/411 : Moore)

When love is kind: old melody; words by Thomas Moore (16/050-5 [12] : Lehmann)

When love is kind: old melody; words by Thomas Moore; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] (song: 17/337-2 : Lehmann)

Morgan, Constance

Evensong (Fold your white wings...); words by Constance Morgan (song: 17/336-2 : Lehmann)

Morgan, Mrs John P.

[Albums of songs vols. 1 & 2]; Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan (09/081 : Grieg)

Albums of songs vol. 1: [23 songs]; Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan (09/081[1] : Grieg)

Albums of songs vol. 2: [20 songs, incl. 6 from 'Reminiscnces of mountain and fiord']; Eng. words Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan (09/081[2] : Grieg)

Schön war, das ich Dir weihte (Fine was the gift I gave thee); G. Fr. Daumer; Eng. words Mrs John P. Morgan (song: 17/099-4 : Brahms)

Still as the night (Still wie die Nacht): song; Eng. version Mrs John P. Morgan (17/086-1 : Bohm)

Still wie die Nacht (Still as the night / Comme la nuit) Op. 326 No. 27: altdeutscher Liebesreim; Eng. version Mrs John P. Morgan (high v.: 17/086-1.1 : Bohm)

Morgan, Orlando

Wohltemperirtes Clavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues): analysis of the Fugues (by Orlando Morgan) (p. solo: 21/015-6A : Bach)

Mörike, Eduard

Mausfallen-Sprüchlein (The mouser's magic verses); Mörike (Eng. John Bernhoff) (song: 17/588-2 : Wolf)

Möricke-Lieder Bd 1 (1-12) (low v.: 09/212(1) : Wolf)

Möricke-Lieder Bd 2 (13-24): [12 songs] (high v.: 09/212(2) : Wolf)

Möricke-Lieder Bd 2 (13-24): [12 songs] (high v.: 09/212(2) (c) : Wolf)

Verborgenheit (Secrecy); [words by] Eduard Mörike (low v.: 17/588-3 : Wolf)

Morris, George Pope

Down by the river side I stray; [words by George Pope Morris] (song: 16/050-1[17] : Thomas)

The Stranger of Galilee: sacred song; by C. H. M[orris]; arr. Mable Miller Sturgis (17/414 : Morris)

Morrison, Angus

Thirty-eight pieces Bk 2 Nos. 21-38 (Grades 6-7); sel. & ed. Angus Morrison (p. solo: 21/159-1(2) : Grieg)

Mortimer, Charles G.

A song in the night: song w. violin obbl.; words by Charles G. Mortimer (17/356-2 : Loughborough)

Morton, Edward

San Toy, or The Emperor's Own: Chinese musical comedy; words by Edward Morton; lyrics by Harry Greenbank & Adrian Ross (07/014-2 : Jones)

Morton, Gladys

Vagabond lover: song; words by Gladys Morton (17/471.3 : Richardson)

Morton, Hugh

The Belle of New York: musical comedy; words by Hugh Morton (07/015.5 : Kerker)

Moss, Katie

The floral dance: song; words and music (founded on an old Cornish air) by Katie Moss (17/415 : Moss)

Moszkowski, M.

Novelletten Op. 21; rev. & fingered Moritz Moszkowski (p. solo: 21/332-7 (b) : Schumann)

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

Phantasie-Stücke Op. 12: [8 pieces]; ed. Moritz Moszkowski (p. solo: 21/330-8.2 : Schumann)

Moustaki, Georges

Il est trop tard; paroles de Georges Moustaki (song: 17/417-1 : Moustaki)

Moyse, Louis

Solos for the flute player: [21 pieces] w. p. accomp.; sel. & ed. Louis Moyse (36/099- 1)

Mugellini, Bruno

Wohltemperiertes Klavier 2er Teil: [2nd book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues; Mugellini, B (21/015-7(2) : Bach)

Mullen, Alfred Frederick

Adelaide; Eng. words by A F Mullen (song: 17/050-5 : Beethoven)

Munro, George

My lovely Celia: song; by George Munro, arr. H. Lane Wilson (17/581-3 : Munro)

Murrells, Joseph

Give me your hand: song; lyric by Joseph Murrells (17/108.5-2 : Burrows)

These you have loved: song; words by Joseph Murrells (17/423-5 : Murray)

Musset, Alfred de

Ninon; paroles de Alfred de Musset (song: 10/045-9[16] : Tosti)

Nadaud, Gustave

Les myrtes sont flétris!: aubade; poésie de Gustave Nadaud (sop./ ten.: 17/188-3 : Faure)

Naidu, Sarojini

Ecstasy: song; words by Sarojini Naidu (17/284.7-2 : Hickey)

The song of the palanquin bearers; words by Sarojini Naidu (17/510-8 : Shaw)

Nairne, Lady Carolina

see Oliphant, Carolina

Nashe, Thomas

Sleep; words by Thomas Nashe (low v.: 17/239-2 : Gurney)

Spring; words by Thomas Nash (song: 17/283-5 : Henschel)

Nelson, Robert

Bachelor Joe: [song]; words by Robert Nelson (17/093-3 : Bowen)

Three jolly trawlers (Jim, Joe an' me): song; words by Robert Nelson (17/093-2 : Bowen)

Nemo

Queen of angels (Regina angelorum): vesper song w. organ acc.; words by "Nemo" (16/050-3 [ 8] : Piccolomini)

Neville, Alfred

The first violet (Das erste Veilchen): song; Eng. version by Alfred Neville (17/394-2 : Mendelssohn)

Newbolt, Henry

The fighting Téméraire; words by Henry Newbolt (low v.: 17/027-4 : Bantock)

The fighting Téméraire {from Admirals All}: song; words by Henry Newbolt (17/443-1 : Pascal)

Hope the hornblower: song; words by Henry Newbolt (17/294-9 : Ireland)

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.]; poems by Henry Newbolt (01/038[6] : Stanford)

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.]; poems by Henry Newbolt (01/070-4 : Stanford)

Newcombe, G. Hubi-

Cloze-props: song; words by G. Hubi-Newcombe (17/117 : Charles)

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

The maiden in grey: duet; words by G. Hubi-Newcombe (male & fem. v.: 18/002.5 : Barnicott)

Solveig's song; Ibsen; Eng. words Hubi Newcombe (song: 17/234-3 (d) (e) : Grieg)

The spider and the fly: humorous duet for mez. & bar.; words by G. Hubi Newcombe (18/153 : Smith)

The voice of the Shepherd: sacred song; words by G. Hubi-Newcombe (17/222.1 : Glynne)

Whisper and I shall hear: song; words by G. Hubi Newcombe (17/449-2 : Piccolomini)

Within your heart: song; words by G. Hubi Newcombe (16/050-5 [ 6] : Trotere)

Newell, J. E.

Hymn tunes with varied harmonies Bk 2: for American organ, organ, harmonium or pianoforte; ed. J.E. Newell (45/030-1(2))

Hymn tunes with varied harmonies Bk 5: for American organ, organ, harmonium or pianoforte; ed. J.E. Newell (45/030-1(5))

Sacred gems Bk 6: [20] pieces for Amer. org. or harmonium; arr. J. E. Newell (45/030-9(6))

Newell, Norman

My thanks to you; words by Norman Newell (song: 17/211-4 : Gay)

The story of the sparrows: song; words by Norman Newell (17/232.5 : Green)

Newley, Anthony

A wonderful day like today {from The Roar of the Greasepaint ...}; words & music by Bricusse & Anthony Newley (song: 17/101-3 : Bricusse)

Newman, Henry

The Dream of Gerontius Op. 38: for MTB soli, chor. & orch.; words by Cardinal Newman (08/019-2 : Elgar)

Lead, kindly light (Tyrd, oleu mwyn): sacred song; words by Cardinal Newman (17/458 : Pughe-Evans)

Lead, kindly light: sacred song; words by Cardinal Newman (17/030 : Barnard)

Newmarch, Rosa

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

The Bartered Bride: comic opera; Eng. version Rosa Newmarch (06/051-1 (b) (c) : Smetana)

Cradle song (Song and Dances of Death, no. 2); words by Count A. Golenistchev-Koutouzov; Eng. version Rosa Newmarch (contr.: 17/416-1 : Mussorgsky)

The dreary steppe (Triste est le steppe) Op. 5 No. 1: song; words by Plestcheiev; Eng. Rosa Newmarch (17/232-2 : Gretchaninoff)

The midnight review: song; Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch (17/221.3 : Glinka)

Oh, could I but express in song; G. Lischin; Eng. words Rosa Newmarch (low v.: 17/376 : Malashkin)

Prince Igor - Choral dance No. 17: for mixed v. chor. & orch. (concert version); Eng. trans. Rosa Newmarch (01/019 : Borodin)

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

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

To the children Op. 26 No. 7: song; Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch (17/464-3 : Rachmaninoff)

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

Newton, Eileen

Rosebud: song; words by Eileen Newton (10/045-7[9] : Drummond)

Rosebud: song; words by Eileen Newton (17/168.5-2 : Drummond)

Somewhere a voice is calling: song; words by Eileen Newton (17/547-1 : Tate)

Somewhere a voice is calling: voc. duet for mez. & low v.; words by Eileen Newton (18/161 : Tate)

Nichols, Robert

Blue-eyed Spring; poem by Robert Nichols (song: 17/405-4 : Moeran)

Nicol, Herbert J.

Laughing eyes: song; words by Herbert J. Nicol (17/392 : Meher)

Nielsen, Kurt

Concerto in A minor Op. 16; arr. Kurt Nielsen [abridged] (p. solo: 21/156-5 (c) : Grieg)

Niemann, Walter

Tänze; ed. Walter Niemann (p. solo: 21/328-14 : Schubert)

Nimmo, Hamilton

Crook an' plaid: [song]; words [and] music by Hamilton Nimmo (16/050-4 [ 9] : Nimmo)

North, Christopher

see Wilson, John

Northcote, Sydney

Baritone songs (New Imperial Edn): [30 songs]; comp., ed. & arr. Sydney Northcote (14/008-2)

Bass songs (New Imperial Edn): [30 songs]; comp., ed. & arr. Sydney Northcote (14/010-2)

Contralto songs (New Imperial Edn); comp., ed. & arr. S. Northcote (12/015-3)

Mezzo-soprano songs (New Imperial Edn): [30 songs]; comp., ed. & arr. Sydney Northcote (11/041(1))

On wings of song (Auf Flügeln des Gesanges) Op. 34 no. 2; Eng. version by R. H. Elkin; ed. Sydney Northcote (high v.: 17/394-3 : Mendelssohn)

Ridente la calma (How calm is my spirit): canzonetta; arr. w. Eng. words by Sydney Northcote (17/419-2 : Mozart)

Soprano songs (New Imperial Edn): [30 songs]; comp. & arr. Sydney Northcote (11/044-2)

Novello, Ivor

Song album: [5 songs] from his famous musical plays; words by Christopher Hassall and Ivor Novello (09/127-1 : Novello)

Song album: [15 songs]; words by Christopher Hassall, Ivor Novello et al. (09/127-2 : Novello)

Waltz of my heart {from The Dancing Years}; words by Christopher Hassall & Ivor Novello (song: 17/432-8 : Novello)

We'll gather lilacs {from Perchance to Dream}; words and music Ivor Novello (song: 17/432-4 : Novello)

Novello, J. Alfred

Hymn of praise (Lobgesang) Op. 52: sacred cantata [for SST soli & SATB chor.]; words by J. Alfred Novello (01/058-2.1 : Mendelssohn)

Novra, Lewis

Cinderella (Aschenbrödel) Op. 545: for sop. & alto soli & chor. of fem v.; words by Hermann Francke; Eng. by Lewis Novra (01/001 : Abt)

Noyes, Alfred

A tale of old Japan: cantata for (SCTBar) soli, chor. & orch.; poem by Alfred Noyes (01/026-4 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Nuitter, Charles

Lohengrin: opera; paroles françaises de Charles Nuitter [with parallel Eng. text - libretto by Richard Wagner] (03/178-1 : Wagner)

Nunn, Trevor

Memory {from Cats}; text by Trevor Nunn after T. S. Eliot (song: 17/566-2 : Webber)

O'Connor, Frederick

The old house; words by Frederick O'Connor (17/433 : Oconnor)

O'Keeffe, John

I am a friar of orders gray; words by O'Keefe; new arr. Grenville Smart (song: 17/468 : Reeve)

O'Neill, Moira 

Cuttin' rushes: song; poem by Moira O'Neill (16/050-3 [ 6] : Willeby)

The fairy lough Op. 77: song; words by Moira O'Neill {from An Irish Idyll} (17/529- 3 : Stanford)

An Irish idyll in six miniatures Op. 77; words by Moira O'Neill (low v.: 09/185-2 : Stanford)

The ould lad {from Songs of the Glens of Antrim}; words by Moira O'Neill (song: 17/259-2 : Harty)

O'Neill, Norman

A golden treasury of song, Vol 1: [49 songs inc. 6 duets]; ed. Norman O'Neill (10/018(1))

O'Reilly, P. J.

Break o' day: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly (10/045-8.1[12] : Sanderson)

Break o' day: song; words by P .J. O'Reilly (17/488- 2 : Sanderson)

Captain Mac': song; words by P. J. O'Reilly (17/488-16 : Sanderson)

Drake goes West: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly (10/045-7[5] : Sanderson)

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

For you alone: song w. violin accomp. ad lib.; words by P. J. O'Reilly (17/212 : Geehl)

The hills of Donegal: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly (17/488- 5 : Sanderson)

My prayer: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly (17/527-7 : Squire)

One morning very early: song; words (Trad.) adapt. P. J. O'Reilly (17/488-19 : Sanderson)

The ould side car: [song]; words by P. J. O'Reilly (17/165.8-2 : Dix)

The road across the sea: song; words by P. J. O'Reilly (17/093-1 : Bowen)

Thanks be to God: song (w. organ or harmon. accpt. ad lib.); lyric by P. J. O'Reilly (17/164 : Dickson)

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur

The music makers Op. 69: ode set for contr. solo, SATB & orch.; words by Arthur O'Shaughnessy (01/037-4 : Elgar)

O'Sullivan, Seumas

The piper: song; words by Seumas O'Sullivan (17/060-3 : Benjamin)

A piper {from Three songs for voice & viola}; words by Seumas O'Sullivan (17/447-4(3) : Peterkin)

Ocampo, Armand

Despair: Hindoo song : with violin or 'cello accomp. ad lib.; [orig. French] by Armand Ocampo (song: 10/045-5[ 3] : Bemberg)

Louise: song; Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo (sop.: 10/045-8.2[7] : Charpentier)

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): vocal waltz; Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo (sop.: 10/045-8.2[6] : Bemberg)

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): voc. waltz; words by Agnes Larkcom, from the French of A. Ocampo (17/056-2 : Bemberg)

Oesterle, Louis

Early keyboard music, vol. 1: collection of pieces written for the virginal, spinet, harpsichord & clavichord; ed. Louis Oesterle (41/001(1))

Early keyboard music, vol. 2: collection of pieces written for the virginal, spinet, harpsichord & clavichord; ed. Louis Oesterle (41/001(2))

The seasons Op. 37a; ed. & fing. Louis Oesterle (p. solo: 21/368-2 (b) : Tchaikovsky)

Ogilvie, Hugh

Hail, Caledonia!: song; written by Hugh Ogilvie (17/540 : Stroud)

Ogilvie, William Henry

A Border home: song; words by Will H. Ogilvie (17/448-14 : Phillips)

Gipsies: song; words by Will. H. Ogilvie (17/444-1 : Peel)

Oliphant, Carolina (Lady Nairne)

The auld hoose: old Scottish air; words by Baroness Nairne (song: 16/050-1[61])

Caller herrin'; words by Baroness Nairne (song: 16/050-1[53] : Gow)

Caller herring: fav. Scotch air [by Nathaniel Gow] arr. for the piano forte or harp; [words by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne] arr. Philip Knapton (p. solo: Special : Gow)

The Laird o' Cockpen; words by Baroness Nairne (song: 16/050-1[44])

The Laird o' Cockpen Op. 23: ballad for chor. & orch.; words by Lady Nairne (01/071 : Stephan)

The rowan tree; words by Baroness Nairne (song: 16/050-1[25])

Will ye no' come back again?: old Scottish air; words by Baroness Nairne (song: 16/050-1[59])

Orleans, Charles d'

En regardant ces belles fleurs; rondel de Charles d'Orléans (song: 17/110.5[2] : Caplet)

Osterwald, W.

In the hedge a rose is blooming (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut) Op. 26 no. 2; W. Osterwald; Eng. text Dawson Freer (song: 17/205-4 : Franz)

On a thorn-bush blooms a rosebud (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut mir) Op. 26 no. 2; [W. Osterwald] (song: 17/205-3 : Franz)

Oudin, Eugène

Fair Spring is returning {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin (sop./ mez.: 17/486-1 : Saint-Saëns)

Love's garden (Si j'étais jardinier): song; words by Eugene Oudin (10/045-9[6] : Chaminade)

Near my beloved (Auprès de ma mie): song; Eng. version by Eugene Oudin (10/045-9[12] : Chaminade)

Ritournelle: song; poésie de François Coppée; Eng. Eugene Oudin (17/116 : Chaminade)

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin (contr.: 16/020( 1) [1] : Saint-Saëns)

Softly awakes my heart: [Cantabile - Delilah - mez.]; [words by] F Lemaire Eng Eugene Oudin (16/050-3 [ 9] : Saint-Saëns)

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah}; words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin (sop./ mez./ contr.: 17/486-2 : Saint-Saëns)

Oxenford, Edward

An Andalusian maid: song; words by Edward Oxenford (16/050-5 [39] : Philp)

The Flower Queen: cantata for treble voices; poetry by Edward Oxenford (01/014 : Barri)

The tar's lass: song; written by Edward Oxenford (17/306-4 : Jude)

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet}; Eng. version Edward Oxenford (17/226-7 : Gounod)

Oxenford, John

Morning bright: song; words from the French by John Oxenford (10/045-9[1] : Thomas)

Songs (complete edition); Eng. words John Oxenford (09/015-1 : Beethoven)

Oxford, Earl of

Come hither, shepherd swain: canzonet; words by the Earl of Oxford (1560) (17/465.2 : Randegger)

P., A..

see Paladilhe, A.

P., S. G. (unknown author)

see "S. G. P."

Paderewski, Ignacy Jan

Mazurkas; ed. Ignacy J. Paderewski (p. solo: 21/080-8.5 : Chopin)

Minor works; ed. Paderewski (p. solo: 21/080-9 : Chopin)

Paladilhe, A.

Mandolinata (Souvenir de Rome): song; paroles de A. P[aladilhe] (10/045-5[23] : Paladilhe)

Palmer, Maggie

Scottish lament: for alto & horn; words by Maggie Palmer (17/296.7 : James)

Parish, Mitchell

One morning in May: ballad; words by Mitchell Parish (17/113.5 : Carmichael)

Park, Phil

La Belle Hélène (Beautiful Helen): operetta; new lyrics by Phil Park; arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/025-1 : Offenbach)

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta; Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/035-1 : Strauss)

The Gipsy baron: operetta; Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/035-2 : Strauss)

Gipsy love: operetta; new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/018-1.1 : Lehar)

The Gipsy princess: operetta; new version - lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/015 : Kalman)

Lilac time: operetta; Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/031.1 : Schubert)

The Merry Widow: [operetta]; new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/018-2.1 : Lehar)

The merry widow: operetta; new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (03/075 : Lehar)

Orpheus in the Underworld: comic operetta in 3 acts; new lyrics by Phil Park; arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/025-2 : Offenbach)

Viva Mexico! The music of Latin America: comedy musical in 3 acts; lyrics by Phil Park (07/013.4 : Hanmer)

Viva Mexico!: comedy musical [based on the music of Latin America]; lyrics by Phil Park (03/060 : Hanmer)

Waltzes from Vienna: musical romance; Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer (07/035-5 : Strauss)

Wish me luck (As you wave me goodbye) {from Shipyard Sally}; words by Phil Park (song: 17/148-3 : Davies)

Parker, Gilbert

O flower of all the world: song; words by Gilbert Parker (17/592-2 : Woodforde-Finden)

Parker, Henry

The last rose of Summer; words by Thomas Moore; ed. Henry Parker (song: 17/532 (b) : Stevenson)

Parker, Ross

There'll always be an England; words and music by Ross Parker & Hugh Charles (song: 17/441.8 : Parker)

Parsons, Donovan

I travel the road (Who cares): song; words by Donovan Parsons (17/550.5-2 : Thayer)

Partridge, Sybil F.

Just for to-day: sacred song; prayer by Sybil F. Partridge (17/504-1 : Seaver)

Passmore, Walter

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

Paterson, A. B. 'Banjo'

Waltzing Matilda; words by A. B. Paterson (song: 17/138.2 : Cowan)

Pattison, Thomas

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

Pauer, Ernst

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

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

Alte Meister, Bd 1: Sammlung wertvoller Klavierstücke des 17. und 18. Jahrh.; ed. E. Pauer (20/001(1))

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

Concerto Op. 54; ed.E. Pauer (p. duo 2 p.: 22/047-2 : Schumann)

Easy pieces for the piano: [10 pieces]; sel. & ed. E. Pauer (21/027-9.3 : Beethoven)

Etudes de concert No. 3 (Un sospiro); ed. E. Pauer (p. solo: 21/219-5.3 (b) : Liszt)

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

Favorite songs: [30 songs]; transposed. E. Pauer (09/015-2 : Beethoven)

48 preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 1; ed. Ernst Pauer (21/015-9.1(1) : Bach)

48 preludes and fugues (Das wohltemperirte Klavier) Bk 2; ed. Ernst Pauer (21/015-9.1(2) : Bach)

43 mazurkas; ed. E. Pauer (p. solo: 21/080-8.0 : Chopin)

La gondola Op. 13: etude pour le piano; rev. E. Pauer (21/177.8 : Henselt)

March-Album: collection of the most celebrated Italian, French and German marches [45 marches]; sel. & arr. E. Pauer (p. solo: 20/143-3)

9 variations on the air 'Quanto è bello'; ed. E. Pauer (p. solo: 21/027-8.5 : Beethoven)

67 songs; ed. E. Pauer (09/015-3 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 9 Op. 14 No. 1 in E major; ed. E. Pauer (p. solo: 21/027-5. 9 (a) (b) : Beethoven)

24 favorite songs; ed. E. Pauer (09/169-7 (a) : Schubert)

Vocal album: 52 songs; ed. E. Pauer; Eng. trans. Henry Stevens (med./ high v.: 09/122 : Mendelssohn)

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

Paulton, Edward Antonio

Lullaby {from Erminie}; words by Edward and Harry Paulton (song: 16/020(12) [2] : Jakobowski)

Paulton, Harry

Ah! Let me dream: song; words by Harry Paulton (16/050-4 [23] : Locknane)

Lullaby {from Erminie}; words by Edward and Harry Paulton (song: 16/020(12) [2] : Jakobowski)

Paumgartner, Bernhard

Concerto for oboe & orch. K.314; ed. Bernhard Paumgartner (oboe & piano: 36/064-3 (b) : Mozart)

Peabody, J. H.

Scotch lassie Jean: ballad [with SATB chorus]; [words and music by J. H. Peabody] (16/050-1[67] : Peabody)

Peele, George

Whenas the rye: song; words by George Peele (1595) (10/089[ 6] : Warlock)

Pemberton, May

Come Lady-Day; words by May Pemberton (song: 17/462- 7 : Quilter)

Penn, Arthur A.

Smilin' through: song; words and music by Arthur A. Penn (17/445 : Penn)

Penny, Martin

Rondo from Sonata in E flat major Op. 1 No. 1; arr. Martin Penny (p. duo 2 p.: 22/012 : Field)

Pepper, Harry S.

The nightingale: song; lyrics & rev. ed. Harry S. Pepper (17/600-2 : Zeller)

Oh maiden, my maiden {from Frederica}; words by Harry S. Pepper (song: 17/335-1 : Lehar)

Roses in Tyrol (Rosen in Tirol) {from The Birdseller}: duet (sop. & ten.) with mixed choir; Eng. lyrics by Harry S. Pepper (18/181 : Zeller)

Percy, Thomas

O Nannie, wilt thou gang wi' me; words by Percy (song: 16/050-1[56] : Carter)

Over the mountains {from Old English Songs}: song; words from Percy's Reliques (17/462-16 : Quilter)

Perry, Frederick C.

The special bobby: [song and chorus]; written by F. C. Perry (16/050-1[10] : Perry)

Perry, Harold

Classical album for flute and piano: 9 easy pieces; arr. Harold Perry (36/099- 9)

Pet?fi, Sándor

Hungarian melodies, [vol. 1]: [25 songs]; Joseph Szerdahelyi (3,10,14,20), Alexander Petöfi (11,19) et al (09/103(1) : Korbay)

Peterson, Frederic

The sweetest flower that blows: song; words by Frederic Peterson (17/262 : Hawley)

Philips, Ambrose

Breathe soft ye winds: [song]; words by Ambrose Philips; mus. adapt. Herbert R. Stark (17/252-12 : Handel)

Phillips, Alfred William

Cross of Calvary (Ave Maria!); [by] Alfred Phillips (mez./ bar.: 17/224-6 : Gounod)

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena; words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill (song: 17/226-2 (a) (b) (c) : Gounod)

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena; words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill (song: 17/226-2 (d) (e) : Gounod)

O divine Redeemer: voc. duet for sop. & contr.; words by Alfred Phillips (18/067-2 : Gounod)

Repentir (Parce Domine / O divine Redeemer!): prayer; [Eng, words by Alfred Phillips] (mez./ bar.: 17/226-3 : Gounod)

Phillips, H. Lyall

A Devonshire wedding: song; words and music H. Lyall Phillips (17/447.7-2 : Phillips)

Forgotten: song; words and music by H. Lyall Phillips (17/447.7 : Phillips)

Phillips, Ivan C.

A classical and romantic album for the horn: for horn in F & piano [11 pieces]; arr. Ivan C. Phillips (35/031-4)

Nine Norwegian folk-songs {from Op. 17 and 66): for oboe or flute & piano; arr. Ivan C. Phillips (36/034 : Grieg)

Phillips, Norah

Alleluia!: joyous Easter hymn (17th Century); words by Norah Phillips (17/433.8 : Oconnor-Morris)

Piaf, Edith

La vie en rose (Take me to your heart again); Eng. lyric by Frank Eyton; Fre. by Edith Piaf (song: 17/238-1 : Louiguy)

Piave, Francesco M.

La Traviata: opera; libr. Francesco M. Piave (06/063-7.1 : Verdi)

Pickles, Sydney

The swan {from Carnaval des Animaux); ed. Sydney Pickles (p. solo: 21/316-2 (b) : Saint-Saëns)

Pierné, Gabriel

Ecole de la vélocité Op. 299: [all 40 exercises]; rev. ed. Gabriel Pierné (p. solo: 23/017-2 (c) : Czerny)

Pinkerton, Percy

Dove sono (Gone forever) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: sop. aria: Countess Rosina, w. recit. E Susanna non vien! (Oh! Susanna is late!); Eng. version Percy Pinkerton (17/418-5 : Mozart)

Gipsy songs (Zigeunermelodien) Op. 55: [7 songs]; Eng. trans. Percy Pinkerton (low v.: 09/063-2 : Dvorak)

Largo al factotum (Figaro's song) {from The Barber of Seville}; Eng. version Percy Pinkerton (ten.: 17/482-3 : Rossini)

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: sel. words & music; Eng. versions Percy Pinkerton (p. solo: 16/099 : Wagner)

Pansies (Salut d'amour): song; words by Percy Pinkerton (16/050-3 [11] : Elgar)

Salce (Willow song) {from Otello}: Desdemona's aria; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton (sop.: 17/556-6 : Verdi)

The sandman (Sandmännchen ): song (Lied); Eng. words Percy Pinkerton (17/099-3 : Brahms)

Ständchen (Serenade); Rellstab; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton; arr. Gerald Moore (song: 17/496-8 (a) : Schubert)

Walther's prize song (Morn, like a rose) {from The Meistersingers}; Eng. by Percy Pinkerton (16/020( 4) [3] : Wagner)

Pinsuti, Ciro

Bedouin love song; composed by Ciro Pinsuti (song: 10/087[19] : Pinsuti)

Pitfield, Thomas B.

Ballad of a minstrel: two-part; words by Thomas B. Pitfield (18/118 : Pitfield)

The rhyming shopman: whimsical cantata for choir, orch. & bar. solo; words & music Thomas B. Pitfield (01/063.7 : Pitfield)

Pittman, J.

Lucia de Lammermoor: opera in 3 acts; ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman; Eng. adapt. Charles Lamb Kenney (06/015-1 : Donizetti)

Rigoletto: opera; ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman (06/063-5.1 : Verdi)

The songs of Scotland, vol. 1: 190 songs; coll. & ed. J. Pittman, Colin Brown, Charles Mackay (10/035(1))

La sonnambula: opera in 2 acts; ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman (06/004-2 : Bellini)

Planché, James Robinson

Draw the sword Scotland; words by J. R. Planché (song: 16/050-1[31] : Rodwell)

Oberon: opera in 3 acts; written J. R. Planché; ed. Natalia Macfarren (06/076 : Weber)

Pleshcheyev, A. N.

The dreary steppe (Triste est le steppe) Op. 5 No. 1: song; words by Plestcheiev; Eng. Rosa Newmarch (17/232-2 : Gretchaninoff)

Pleyel, Ferdinand

Rondo in C (p. solo: 21/027-4.1 (c) : Beethoven)

Plunkett, Joseph

I see His Blood upon the rose: song; poem by Joseph Plunkett (17/228 : Gover)

Poe, Edgar Alan

Annabelle Lee: song; words by Edgar Poe (17/342 : Leslie)

Pointer, John

Faust: opera selection for concert performance; sel. & arr. John Pointer (09/079-3 : Gounod)

Faust: concert selection; ed. & arr. John Pointer (misc. v.: 44/025-1 : Gounod)

Pollock, Walter Herries

The devout lover: song (w. violin ad lib.); words by Walter Herries Pollock (17/571-2 : White)

Polnauer, Frederick F.

Baroque music for violin: [16 pieces]; ed. Frederick F. Polnauer (violin & piano: 28/060-2)

Poole, J. W.

The journey (Festival Service Book 7): meditation with words and music; devised by the Revd Canon J. W. Poole (02/209(7))

Poot, Willem

Six fugues: organ or harpsichord; ed. W. Poot (21/014-2 : Bach)

Pope, Alexander

Ode on St Cecilia's day: cantata; words by Alexander Pope (01/063-2 : Parry)

Ode on St Cecilia's day; words by Alexander Pope (misc. v.: 44/037-1 : Parry)

Where e'er you walk {from Semele}; words by Pope (song: 17/252-2 (c) (d) : Handel)

Where e'er you walk {from Semele}; words by Pope (song: 17/252-2 (e) : Handel)

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: air for tenor; words by Pope (17/252-3 : Handel)

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} (song: 17/252-2 (a) (b) (f) : Handel)

Porteous, Baroness

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini; words by Baroness Porteous (song: 16/050-3 [12] : Strelezki)

Porter, Cole

All of you {from Silk Stockings}; words and music by Cole Porter (song: 17/455-5 : Porter)

C'est magnifique {from Can-Can}; words and music by Cole Porter (song: 17/455-3 : Porter)

I hate men {from Kiss Me, Kate}; words and music by Cole Porter (song: 17/455-4 : Porter)

In the still of the night: song; words and music by Cole Porter (17/455-1 : Porter)

Kiss me Kate; lyrics by Cole Porter (misc. v.: 03/110 : Porter)

Night and day {from Gay Divorce}; words and music by Cole Porter (song: 17/455-2 : Porter)

Well, did you evah? {from High Society}; words and music by Cole Porter (song: 17/455-6.1 : Porter)

Who wants to be a millionaire? {from High Society}; words and music by Cole Porter (song: 17/455-6.2 : Porter)

Poston, Elizabeth

The Cambridge hymnal; ed. David Holbrook & Elizabeth Poston (02/203-5)

The Penguin book of Christmas carols; comp. & ed. Elizabeth Poston (02/208-3)

Pounds, Jessie Brown

Beautiful isle of somewhere: [sacred song]; words by Mrs Jessie Brown Pounds (17/188.5 : Fearis)

Pradère, O.

Loving smile of sister kind (Invocation) {from Faust}: cavatina; O. Pradère; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley (song: 17/225-5 : Gounod)

When all was young {from Faust}: romance w. v-c obbl.; Eng. Henry F. Chorley, Fr. O. Pradère (16/050-4 [34] : Gounod)

Preston, John

Songs without words (Lieder ohne Worte): [49 pieces]; ed. John Preston (p. solo: 21/236-4.7 : Mendelssohn)

Prior, Matthew

Selection: [6 pieces]; rev. Matthew Prior (p. solo: 21/152.1 : Gottschalk)

Procter, Adelaide Anne

Cleansing fires: song; poetry by Adelaide Procter (10/045-5[ 5] : Gabriel)

The lost chord: song; words by Adelaide A. Proctor [sic] (17/544- 3 : Sullivan)

The message: [song]; poetry by Miss A. Procter (16/050-4 [31] : Blumenthal)

Prout, Ebenezer

Bass songs (Songs & airs from cantatas), vol. 1-2: [22 songs]; ed. Ebeneezer Prout (14/025-2 : Bach)

Come, make my heart Thy home (Komm in mein Herzenshaus) {from Ein' feste Burg}; ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout (sop.: 17/025-9 : Bach)

For God's angels ne'er depart (Gottes Engel weichen nie) {from Mann singet}; ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout (sop.: 17/025-10 : Bach)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio; ed. E. Prout; sol-fa trans. W. G. McNaught (44/027-2 (a-c) : Handel)

Missa brevis (in A); ed. Ebenezer Prout (SATB soli: 02/005-4 : Bach)

Sighing, weeping, trouble, want (Seufzer, Thränen, Kummer, Noth) {from Ich hatte viel Bekümmerniss}; ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout (sop.: 17/025-3 : Bach)

Songs & airs for contralto, Bk 1: [9 songs]; ed. with Eng. words by Ebeneezer Prout (09/008 : Bach)

Prudhomme, Sully

Album lyrique; words by Sully Prudhomme et al. (song: 09/023-1 : Blumenthal)

Pullen, Hartie

Our country's call: song; words and music Hartie Pullen (17/458.5 : Pullen)

Purcell, Arthur

Great masters Bk 6: Wagner; ed. Arthur Purcell (p. solo: 20/149(6))

Purcell, Harold

Good-Night Vienna: romantic musical play; lyrics by Holt Marvell (Eric Maschwitz) [and H.V. Purcell] (07/027-1 : Posford)

Pedro, the fisherman {from The Lisbon Story}: song; words by Harold Purcell (17/148-4 : Davies)

Someday we shall meet again {from The Lisbon Story}: song; words by Harold Purcell (17/148-2 : Davies)

Quilter, Roger

Three songs of the sea Op. 1; words & music by Roger Quilter (low v.: 09/147-1 : Quilter)

Radclyffe-Hall, Marguerite

The blind ploughman: song; words by Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall (17/122-1 : Clarke)

Songs of the Malvern Hills: [7 songs]; words by Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall (09/040 : Clarke)

Ralton, Harry

You are my destiny; words by Harry Ralton (song: 17/045 : Baynes)

Ramsay, Allan

Farewell to Lochaber!; words by Ramsay (song: 16/050-1[47])

Ramsay, Harold

Her name Is Mary: song; words by Bruce Sievier & Harold Ramsay (17/465-1 : Ramsay)

Ramsey, Lilian F

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

Randegger, Alberto

Duets for ladies voices: 24 songs; ed. Alberto Randegger (18/190-1)

Forty lessons for contralto Bk 1; ed. Alberto Randegger (19/016-2 : Concone)

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

Six sacred songs for contralto, Set 1; ed. Alberto Randegger (12/015-4.1)

The solo music in Mendelssohn's Elijah. Bass; ed. Alberto Randegger (14/046 : Mendelssohn)

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

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

The songs in Le Nozze di Figaro Bk 2 (soprano): [4 songs]; ed. Alberto Randegger (11/015-4(2) : Mozart)

12 Sacred songs for bass, vol. 2; ed. Alberto Randegger (10/045-8.3[3])

Twelve songs from the Oratorios: soprano; ed. Alberto Randegger (sop.: 11/009-3 : Handel)

Twelve songs for a tenor voice from the Oratorios; ed. Alberto Randegger (13/043 : Handel)

Twelve songs from the Oratorios. Baritone or bass; ed. Alberto Randegger (14/038 : Handel)

Ratcliff, T. P.

News Chronicle song book: community songs, Negro spirituals, plantation songs, children's songs, sea shanties, hymns & carols; ed. T.P. Ratcliff (10/021.5)

Ray, Maude Louise

My task: song; words by Maude Louise Ray, arr. (w. additional verse) C.King Palmer (17/018-1 (a) : Ashford)

My task: song; words by Maude Louise Ray (17/018-1 (b) : Ashford)

My task [w. additional verse]: song; words by Maude Louise Ray (17/018-1 (c) (d) : Ashford)

My task (Ma tâche): song; words by Maude Louise Ray (17/018-2 : Ashford)

Raymar, Aubyn

Fantasia & sonata in C minor K 475 & 457; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(14) : Mozart)

Fantasia in C minor K 396; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(25) : Mozart)

Miscellaneous pieces: [22 pieces]; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-4 : Mozart)

Six minuets (K.1,2,4,5,94 & 355); ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-3.2 : Mozart)

Sonata in A K 331; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(11) : Mozart)

Sonata in C K 545; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(15) : Mozart)

Sonata in E flat K 282; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1( 4) : Mozart)

Sonata in F K 332; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-6.1(12) : Mozart)

Sonatas vol. 1 [1-10]; ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-5.1(1) : Mozart)

Sonatas vol. 2 (11-20); ed. York Bowen & Aubyn Raymar (p. solo: 21/254-5.1(2) : Mozart)

Raymond, Moore

The hills of County Clare: song; words by Moore Raymond (17/108.5-1 : Burrows)

Reddall, Henry Frederic

Songs that never die: comprehensive collection; comp. Henry Frederic Reddall (song: Books)

Reed, W. L.

The treasury of Easter music and music for Passiontide: [78 pieces]; ed. W. L. Reed (choir: 02/207-3)

Rees, Bryn

The Saviour: meditation upon the death of Christ, for ten. & bass soli, SATB & org.; words by Bryn Rees (02/132 : Webber)

Reese, Henry

Eugene Onégin: lyric scenes in 3 acts; Eng. version Henry Reese (06/059 : Tchaikovsky)

Reeve, Lizette Woodworth

A child's song of praise: song; words by Lizette Woodworth Reeve (17/170-1 : Dunhill)

Reeves, Betty

Study in C minor Op. 10 No. 12 (The Revolutionary); ed. Betty Reeves (p. solo: 21/080-5.4 (b) : Chopin)

Rehberg, Willy

Six Viennese sonatinas; ed. Willy Rehberg (p. solo: 21/254-7.1 : Mozart)

Reilly, S. J.

Angels guard thee {from Jocelyn}: berceuse; Eng. words by S. J. Reilly (song: 10/087[ 6] : Godard)

Angels guard thee {from Jocelyn}: berceuse, w. violin & cello acc. ad lib.; Eng. words by S. J. Reilly (17/222.2 : Godard)

Angels guard thee (Berceuse de Jocelyn): duet (cover: for sop. & bar.); words by S. J. Reilly; arr. Ernest Newton (18/065 (a) : Godard)

Angels guard thee (Berceuse): voc. duet for sop. & bar. (cover); words by S. J. Reilly; arr. Ernest Newton (18/065 (b) : Godard)

Reinecke, Carl

Drei Lieder; Rob. Reinick; Eng versions Eleanor Mary Bott (song: 09/072 : Fischhof)

Inventions [and other works]; ed. Carl Reinecke (p. solo: 21/015- 0.4 : Bach)

Klavierwerke Bd 2-3; ed. Carl Reinecke (p. solo: 21/015- 0.1 : Bach)

Klavierwerke Bd 5-6 [and other works]; ed. Carl Reinecke (p. solo: 21/015- 0.2 : Bach)

Notturnos; ed. Carl Reinecke (p. solo: 21/082-1.6 : Chopin)

Sechs englischen Suiten (Klavierwerke Bd 2); ed. Carl Reinecke (p. solo: 21/015- 0.1[1] : Bach)

Sechs Partiten (Klavierwerke Bd 3); ed. Carl Reinecke (p. solo: 21/015- 0.1[2] : Bach)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl (Klavierwerke Bd 5-6): [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues; ed. Carl Reinecke (21/015- 0.2[2] : Bach)

Reinick, Robert

Morning hymn (Morgen-hymne) Op. 46 No. 4; words by Robert Reinick; Eng. by the composer (song: 17/283-4 : Henschel)

Reisch, Walter

Good-bye {from White Horse Inn}; words by Walter Reisch; Eng. version Harry Graham (song: 17/533-2 : Stolz)

My song of love {from White Horse Inn}; [words by Walter Reisch]; Eng. words Harry Graham (song: 17/533-4 : Stolz)

Renn, Jane

Heart of mine; words by Jane Renn (song: 17/298.5-5 : Jefferies)

Two hearts in Summertime: song; words by Jane Renn (17/298.5-1 : Jefferies)

Reynolds, Dorothy

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days}; words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade (song: 17/519-1 : Slade)

Ricci, Vittorio

The old Italian school of singing. A selection of solfeggios by the most celebrated composers ... [etc.]: 3rd series: for mezzo-soprano or baritone; ed. Vittorio Ricci (19/087(3))

Phillis; ed. Vittorio Ricci (song: 17/016-4 : Arne)

Rice, Cecil Spring

I vow to thee, my Country: unison song; words by Cecil Spring Rice (02/060-2 : Holst)

Rice, Tim

Don't cry for me Argentina {from Evita}; lyrics by Tim Rice (song: 17/566 : Webber)

Jesus Christ Superstar: rock opera (musical excerpts, complete libretto); lyrics by Tim Rice (07/057.5 : Webber)

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: [abridged vocal selection - 14 songs]; lyrics by Tim Rice (09/207-2 : Webber)

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

Richardson, Alan

First book of oboe solos: [26 pieces]; ed. & arr. Janet Craxton & Alan Richardson (oboe & piano: 36/131-3(1))

Second book of oboe solos: [28 pieces]; ed. & arr. Janet Craxton & Alan Richardson (oboe & piano: 36/131-3(2))

Richardson, Mary

Blue in the woods; poem by Mary Richardson (song: 17/092-8 : Boughton)

Fierce love song; poem by Mary Richardson (17/092-2 : Boughton)

Honeysuckle; poem by Mary Richardson (song: 17/092-3 : Boughton)

The new Madonna; poem by Mary Richardson (song: 17/092-5 : Boughton)

Riddell, Henry Scott

Scotland yet!; words by H. S. Riddell (song: 16/050-1[24] : McLeod)

What is love {from Don Quixote}: bolero; words by H. S. Riddell (song: 16/050-3 [18] : Clay)

Riego, Teresa del

see Del Riego, Teresa

Riemann, Hugo

Italian concerto [and other works]; ed. H. Riemann (p. solo: 21/015- 0.3[4] : Bach)

Riemenschneider, Albert

371 harmonized chorales and 69 chorale melodies with figured bass; ed. Albert Riemenschneider (p. solo: 21/018-4 : Bach)

Rigby, Arthur

The scent of the lilies: song; words by Arthur Rigby (17/129-1 : Cobb)

Riley, J. Whitcomb

Content (Ike Walton's prayer): song; words by James Whitcomb Riley (17/425-1 : Needham)

The perfect prayer: song, with org. (or harmon.) accomp. ad lib.; words by J. Whitcomb Riley (17/156- 6 : DelRiego)

Ripley, Henry

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

Ritchie, Joan

Twelve 3-part songs: for male v. of lim. range; arr. Vernon Griffiths & Joan Ritchie (15/014)

Roberton, Hugh S.

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

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

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

The wee toun clerk: old Scottish ballad; adapt. & arr. Hugh Roberton (17/476-7 : Roberton)

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

When grandpa was a little girl like me; words and music by Hugh Roberton (song: 17/476-5 : Roberton)

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

Roberts, Marshall

Where the wild-fowl call: song; words by Marshall Roberts (17/308 : Kahn)

Robertson, Rae

Fantastic dance; arr. Ethel Bartlett & Rae Robertson (p. duo 2 p.: 22/009 : Delius)

Robinson, Mary A.

Cecilia - favorite classical songs, vol. 1; Eng. version Mary Ann Robinson (10/045-8.3[1])

Cecilia - favorite classical songs, vol. 2; Eng. version Mary Ann Robinson (10/045-8.3[2])

Rockliffe, J. Louis

The four jolly smiths: right jovial song; written by J. Louis Rockliffe (17/342.5 : Leslie)

Rockstro, W.S.

Don Giovanni; ed. W.S. Rockstro (p. solo: 21/254-1 : Mozart)

Roddie, William Stewart

My land: song; written and composed by W. Stewart Roddie (16/050-3 [ 1] : Roddie)

Roitzsch, Ferdinand August

Choralvorspiele Bd 1: Orgelbüchlein; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-1(1) : Bach)

Choralvorspiele Bd 2: Sechs Choräle und achtzehn Choräle; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-1(2) : Bach)

Choralvorspiele Bd 3: Clavierübung Teil 3 (Choralvorspiele und Duetten); ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-1(3) : Bach)

Compositionen für die Orgel (Op. 37, 65); rev. F. A. Roitzsch (40/167-5 (a) : Mendelssohn)

Compositionen für die Orgel [Bd 3]; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(3) : Bach)

Drei Praeludien und Fugen Op. 37; rev. F. A. Roitzsch (organ: 40/167-5[1] : Mendelssohn)

160 kurze Uebungen Op. 821; rev. F. A. Roitzsch (p. solo: 23/017-4 : Czerny)

Orgelwerke Bd 1: Sechs Sonaten …; Passacaglia; pastorale; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-5(1) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 1: Sechs Sonaten …; Passacaglia; Pastorale; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(1-2)[1] : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 1-2; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(1-2) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 3: Präludien und Fugen; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(3) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 5: Orgel-Büchlein [und] Choralvariationen; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (40/051-5(5) : Bach)

Orgelwerke Bd 7: Grössere und kunstreichere Choralvorspiele; ed. Friedrich Conrad Griepenkerl & Ferdinand Roitzsch (organ: 40/051-5(7) : Bach)

Preludio con fuga [and 9 other works]; ed. F. A. Roitzsch (p. solo: 21/015- 0.3[2] : Bach)

Sechs Sonaten Op. 65; rev. F. A. Roitzsch (organ: 40/167-5[2] : Mendelssohn)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl: [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues; ed. Carl Czerny & F. A. Roitzsch (21/015- 0.2[1] : Bach)

Roloff, Alex

Melodies for piano: [8 pieces]; sel. & ed. Alex Roloff (21/088-2 : Coleridge-Taylor)

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

Romani, Felice

L'elisir d'amore (The elixir of love): comic opera; libretto by Felice Romani (03/037 : Donizetti)

Norma: tragedia lirica; librettist: Felice Romani (misc. v.: 06/004 : Bellini)

Ronald, Landon

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]; ed. Sir Landon Ronald (16/030(X))

The music lovers' portfolio nos. 9-16 [1921-22]: [songs & p. solos]; ed. Landon Ronald (p. solo: 16/010 (b))

News Chronicle Christmastide melodies: carols, songs, piano music; ed. Sir Landon Ronald (16/012)

News-Chronicle music for the home: fav. songs, famous waltzes, renowned piano pieces, arias from grand opera, etc; ed. Sir Landon Ronald (16/012.5)

Ropes, Arthur Reed

see Ross, Adrian

Rorie, David

The lum hat wantin' the croon; written & composed by David Rorie (song: 17/481.2 : Rorie)

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

Song, dance and fiddle music: [4 dances, 6 fiddle tunes, 4 songs]; words by David Rorie (26/005 : Reith)

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

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

Rose, Arthur

Lambeth walk {from Me and My Girl}; lyrics by Douglas Furber & Arthur Rose (song: 17/211-2 : Gay)

Rose, Eleanor

Egypt - I am calling you!: valse song; words by Eleanor Rose (17/008.5 : Ambroise)

Rose, Gloria

Six solo cantatas, for high voice and keyboard; ed. Gloria Rose (01/025 : Carissimi)

Rose, Margaret

I can hear a cuckoo; words by Margaret Rose (song: 17/170-4 : Dunhill)

The little road to Bethlehem: song; words by Margaret Rose (17/266-3 : Head)

Star candles: [song]; words by Margaret Rose (17/266- 9 : Head)

Three fine ships: song; words by Margaret Rose (17/170-6 : Dunhill)

When sweet Ann sings: song; words by Margaret Rose (17/266-6 : Head)

Rose, William

Without a song {from Great Day}; lyric by William Rose & Edward Eliscu (song: 17/598-3 : Youmans)

Ross, Adrian

A country girl: musical play; lyrics by Adrian Ross (07/023-3 : Monckton)

Gipsy love: new musical play; lyrics by Adrian Ross (07/018-1 : Lehar)

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

I love you so {from The Merry Widow}; words by Adrian Ross (song: 17/335-4 : Lehar)

A little love, a little kiss (Un peu d'amour): song; Eng. words Adrian Ross (17/516-2 : Silesu)

Long ago in Alcala {from Mirette}: song; words by F.E. Weatherley & Adrian Ross (17/396-2 : Messager)

Love, here is my heart (Mon coeur est pour toi): song; words by Adrian Ross (17/516-1 : Silesu)

The Merry Widow: musical play; lyrics by Adrian Ross (07/018-2 : Lehar)

Monsieur Beaucaire: romantic opera; lyrics by Adrian Ross (06/028-1 : Messager)

My dream of love {from The Dollar Princess}; words by Adrian Ross (song: 16/020( 4) [5] : Fall)

Philomel {from Monsieur Beaucaire}; A. de Caillavet & Robert de Flers; Eng. words by Adrian Ross (song: 17/396-3 : Messager)

Red rose {from Monsieur Beaucaire}; words by Adrian Ross (song: 16/020( 3) [3] : Messager)

A ring o' roses {from The Dollar Princess}; words by Adrian Ross (song: 16/020(12) [3] : Fall)

A Southern Maid: musical play; lyrics by Harry Graham & Adrian Ross (07/010-3 : Fraser-Simson)

Under the deodar {from A country girl}: song; words by Adrian Ross (16/050-5 [28] : Monckton)

Vilia {from The Merry Widow}: song; words by Adrian Ross (17/335-5 : Lehar)

Ross, Donald

The Scottish baritone album; sel. & ed. Donald Ross; arr. Alfred Moffat (14/013-3)

The Scottish bass album: [52 songs]; sel. & ed. Donald Ross; arr. Alfred Moffat (10/075[3])

The Scottish bass album: [31 songs]; sel. & ed. Donald Ross; arr. Alfred Moffat (14/021)

The Scottish soprano album; sel. & ed. Donald Ross; arr. Alfred Moffat (11/038)

Ross, Jerry

Heart {from Damn Yankees}; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross (song: 17/005-2 : Adler)

I'm not at all in love; words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross (song: 17/005-1 : Adler)

The pajama game: musical comedy; lyrics by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross (07/001 : Adler)

Rossetti, Christina

Before the paling of the stars: Christmas hymn for v. & orch.; words by Christina Rossetti (SATB soli: 02/034 : Dale)

A birthday (My heart is like a singing bird); words by Christina Rossetti (song: 10/045-6[20] : Cowen)

A birthday (Ein Geburtstag); words by Christina Rossetti (song: 17/140-1.1 : Cowen)

A birthday (Il Compleanno); words by Christina Rossetti (song: 17/140-1.2 : Cowen)

A birthday: song; words by Christina Rossetti (17/593-1 (a) (b) : Woodman)

A birthday: song; words by Christina Rossetti (17/593-1 (c) (d) : Woodman)

Easter carol; words by Christina Rossetti (song: 17/510-3 : Shaw)

Echo: song; words by Christina Rossetti (17/522-1 : Somerset)

A green cornfield: song; words by Christina Rossetti (17/266- 8 : Head)

A lament: song; words by Christina Rossetti (17/133-1 : Coleridge-Taylor)

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2; words by Christina Rossetti (song: 10/045-6[6] : Scott)

Lullaby Op. 57 No. 2; words by Christina Rossetti (song: 17/501-3 : Scott)

My heart Is like A singing bird; words by Christina Rossetti (song: 17/409 : Moncrieff)

The rainbow: song; [words by Pope] (17/551-3 : Thiman)

The shepherds had an angel Op. 20: hymn for sop. solo, chor. (SATB) & cor anglais or viola; poem by Christina Rossetti (02/018 : Besley)

The shepherds had an angel Op. 20: hymn for sop. solo, etc [arr. for string accomp.]; poem by Christina Rossetti (42/009-3 : Besley)

Young love lies sleeping {from Love in Spring-Time}; words by Christina Rossetti (17/523-4 : Somervell)

Rossetti, Dante Gabriel

Silent noon; sonnet by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (song: 17/555-3 : Vaughan-Williams)

Silent noon; sonnet by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (song: 17/555-3 (g) : Vaughan-Williams)

Rothwell, Evelyn

Adagio; arr. Evelyn Rothwell (oboe & piano: 36/001-4 : Bach)

Concerto in C major for oboe and strings: arr. for oboe & piano; ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell (36/023 : Eichner)

Largo e Allegretto; arr. Evelyn Rothwell (oboe & piano: 36/052.5 : Marcello)

Nocturne; oboe transc. Evelyn Rothwell; accomp. arr.Gibilaro (oboe & piano: 36/025.7 : Field)

Sonata in G; ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell (oboe & piano: 36/003.8 : Boni)

Les tendres plaintes: [arr. for oboe and piano]; ed. & arr. Evelyn Rothwell (36/080.8 : Rameau)

Rourke, M. E.

They didn't believe me {from That Midnigth Kiss, film}: song; written by M.E. Rourke (17/318-6 : Kern)

Rowe, Josephine V.

Macushla: song; words by Josephine V. Rowe (17/374 : MacMurrough)

Rowley, Alec

Flower song: song; words and music by Alec Rowley (17/482.5-2 : Rowley)

Six characteristic pieces; ed. Alec Rowley (organ: 40/053-2 : Boellmann)

The viennese sonatinas; ed. Alec Rowley (p. solo: 21/254-7.2 : Mozart)

Royen, Anne van

Lessons for the lute: intermediate pieces; sel. Anthony Bailes & Anne van Royen (39/020)

Rubens, Paul A.

I love the moon: song; words and music Paul Rubens (17/483-1 : Rubens)

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

Rückert, Friedrich

Fondly he sought me (Er ist gekommen); Fr. Rückert; Eng. J. Wrey Mould (song: 17/205-1 : Franz)

Kinder-Totenlieder (Songs on the Death of Children): [5 songs]; poems by Friedrich Rueckert (09/117-1 : Mahler)

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

Ruthardt, Adolf

Etüden Op. 105; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 23/013-2 : Burgmuller)

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

25 leichte Etüden Op. 100; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 23/013-1 : Burgmuller)

125 Passagenübungen Op. 261; neu rev. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/098-7 : Czerny)

Kreisleriana Op. 16; rev. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/332-6 : Schumann)

Lyrische Stücke 2 Op. 38: [8 pieces]; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/157-6(2) : Grieg)

Lyrische Stücke Op. 65 No. 4-6; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/157-6(8.2) : Grieg)

Novelletten Op. 21; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/332-7 (c) : Schumann)

Original-Kompositionen für Klavier zu 4 Händen; rev. Adolf Ruthardt (p. duet (4 hands): 22/005-8 : Beethoven)

Preparatory exercises from Op. 16; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 23/059 : Schmitt)

Sonatas vol. 3 [nos.21-27]; ed. Köhler-Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/170-2.2(3) : Haydn)

Sonatas vol. 4 [nos.28-34]; ed. Köhler-Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/170-2.2(4) : Haydn)

Sonaten Bd 2 (10-18); ed. Louis Köhler & Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/254-5(2) : Mozart)

Suite für zwei Claviere Op. 15; rev. Adolf Ruthardt (p. duo 2 p.: 22/001.5 : Arensky)

Suite I-VIII; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/166(1) : Handel)

30 études de mécanisme Op. 849; rev. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 23/017-6 : Czerny)

25 easy studies Op. 100; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 23/013-1 : Burgmuller)

Variationen, Abt. 1; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (p. solo: 21/027-8(1) : Beethoven)

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 1; ed. Adolf Ruthardt (21/015-9.4(1) : Bach)

Rutherford, Gertrude

Ten French songs of the 17th and 18th centuries; ed. Gertrude Rutherford (10/039)

Rutland, Harry

The fairy match girl: choral scene for ladies' v.; words by Harry Rutland (07/013.5 : Hessey)

Rutter, John

Carols for choirs, 2: fifty carols for Christmas & Advent; ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter (02/204(2) : Willcocks)

Carols for choirs, 3: fifty carols; ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter (02/204(3) : Willcocks)

Carols for choirs, 4: fifty carols for sopranos and altos; ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter (02/204(4) : Willcocks)

Requiem (1893 version): [sop. & bar. w. SATB chor.]; ed. w. Eng. trans. John Rutter (02/042.2 : Faure)

Ryan, Desmond

Love smiles but to deceive {from The Bohemian girl}: [song]; words by Desmond Ryan (16/050-5 [35] : Balfe)

S. G. P. (unknown author)

Life's dream is o'er {from Alice where art thou}: duet for ten. & contr.; words & mus. arr. S. G. P. (18/007 : Ascher)

S., A.

see Stanton, A. S.

Sachs, Ed

7 Lieder; deutsche Worte Ed. Sachs (09/065 : Elgar)

Sadie, Stanley

Sonata in A K 331; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(11) : Mozart)

Sonata in B flat K 281; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 3) : Mozart)

Sonata in B flat K 333; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(13) : Mozart)

Sonata in B flat K 570; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(17) : Mozart)

Sonata in C K 309; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 7) : Mozart)

Sonata in C K 545; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(16) : Mozart)

Sonata in D K 311; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6.1( 9) : Mozart)

Sonata in E flat K 282; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 4) : Mozart)

Sonata in F K 533; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6(15) : Mozart)

Sonata in G K 283; ed. Stanley Sadie & Denis Matthews (p. solo: 21/254-6( 5) : Mozart)

Saladino, M.

Aida: compl. arr. for v. & pianof.; arr. M. Saladino. libr. Antonio Ghislanzoni (06/063-1 (b) (c) : Verdi)

Salmon, Arthur L.

Homing: song; words by Arthur L. Salmon (17/156- 3 : DelRiego)

Homing: voc. duet; words by Arthur Salmon (18/043 : DelRiego)

It's the same old homeland: song; words by Arthur L. Salmon (17/113.7-1 : Carne)

The old homes are waiting; words by Arthur L. Salmon (song: 17/448- 8 : Phillips)

Pleading Op. 48 No. 1: song; words by Arthur Salmon (17/178-3 : Elgar)

Wait!: song; words by Arthur L. Salmon (17/254-3 : Hardelot)

Salter, Lionel

More romantic pieces for piano Bks 3-5; ed. Lionel Salter (20/011)

Preludes, trifles & other pieces; ed. Lionel Salter (p. solo: 21/216-3 : Lyadov)

Short romantic pieces Bks 1,3; ed. Lionel Salter (p. solo: 20/010)

Sonata in A major: for violin & continuo; ed. Lionel Salter (violin & piano: 28/003.5 : Benda)

Starters for violin: 17 arrangements & orig. pieces; arr. Lionel Salter (violin & piano: 28/061)

Sanders, Joe

see Leybourne, George

Sarson, May

The lyre of Orpheus: four songs for fem. v. (SSC); words by May Sarson (15/053 : Webber)

Sassin, Algernon

Friend: song; words by Algernon Sassin (17/146 : Davies)

Sassoon, Siegfried

A child's prayer; words by Siegfried Sassoon (song: 17/481.1 : Rootham)

Sauer, Emil

Arabeske Op. 18; ed. Emil von Sauer (p. solo: 21/330-3 : Schumann)

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes migninnes sur quatre notes; ed. Emil von Sauer (p. solo: 21/330-4 (a) : Schumann)

12 Konzert-Etüden Op. 2; ed. Emil Sauer (p. solo: 21/177.8-3 : Henselt)

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

Kompositionen Bd 1; rev. Emil Sauer (p. solo: 21/053(1) : Brahms)

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

Saunders, Gordon

Allegro from Sonatina in G Op. 20 No. 2; ed. & fing. Gordon Saunders (p. solo: 16/050-2 [11] : Kuhlau)

Andante sostenuto in E flat Op. 72 No. 2; ed. & fing. Gordon Saunders (p. solo: 16/050-2 [12] : Mendelssohn)

Rondo brillant; ed. & fing. Gordon Saunders (p. solo: 16/050-2 [18] : Neustedt)

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

Sauret, Emile

Concerto in E flat K.268; ed. Emile Sauret (violin & piano: 28/033-4 : Mozart)

Scharwenka, Xaver

Ballades Op. 23, 38, 47, 52; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-2 (b)-(e) : Chopin)

Barcarole Op. 60 in F#; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-3 : Chopin)

Berceuse, Barcarolle, etc.; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-1 (b) (c) : Chopin)

Carnaval Op. 9: sc?nes migninnes; rev. & fing. Xaver Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/330-4 (e) : Schumann)

Deux valses Op. 69 no. 1; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-8.2(9) : Chopin)

Deuxième scherzo Op. 31; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-5.3 : Chopin)

Fantaisie Op. 49; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-7.3 : Chopin)

Grande sonate Op. 4; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-6 : Chopin)

Impromptu Op. 29 in A flat; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-7.1 : Chopin)

Impromptus and Fantasias Op. 29, 36, 49, 51, 66: 3 impromptus, 2 fantasias; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-7 (d) : Chopin)

Mazurkas; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-8.2 : Chopin)

Nocturne in E flat Op. 9 No. 2; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-1.7( 2) : Chopin)

Nocturne in F minor Op. 55 No. 1; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-1.7(15) : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-1.3 : Chopin)

Polonaise in A Op. 40 No. 1; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-2.2(40.1) : Chopin)

Polonaise in A flat Op. 53; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-2.5(53) : Chopin)

Polonaises; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-2.2 : Chopin)

Préludes ; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-3.3 : Chopin)

Preludes Op. 28, Nos 6/7; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-3.3(6-7) : Chopin)

Preludes Op. 28, Nos 8/9; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-3.3(8-9) : Chopin)

Première ballade Op. 23; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-2.1 : Chopin)

15 valses; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-8.2 : Chopin)

Rondos & scherzos; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-4 : Chopin)

Sonate Op. 35; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-6(2) : Chopin)

Sonate 1 Op. 4; ed. X. Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/082-6.1 : Chopin)

Studies: [27 studies]; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-5.2 : Chopin)

Studies Op. 25 No. 9 in G flat; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-5(25. 9) : Chopin)

Study in C minor Op. 10 No. 12; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-5.4 (a) : Chopin)

Trois ecossaises Op. 72 No. 3; ed. Klindworth-Scharwenka (p. solo: 21/080-4 : Chopin)

Schering, Arnold

16 Konzerte . . . nach Vivaldi, Marcello, Telemann u. a.; ed. Arnold Schering (p. solo: 21/015- 0.3[1] : Bach)

Schiller, Friedrich

Arie der Johanna: Lebt wohl, ihr Berge {from Die Jungfrau von Orleans}; based on the romantic tragedy by Friedrich Schiller (song: 10/045-8.2[1] : Tchaikovsky)

Noenia (Nänie) Op. 82: for chor. & orch.; poem by Schiller (01/021-3 : Brahms)

Schiller's Lay of the bell; Eng. trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck (misc. v.: 01/065 : Romberg)

Schipa, Tito

Liebestraum (Dream of love); Ital. version Tito Schipa, Eng. version Lawrence Lipton (song: 17/346-4 : Liszt)

Schira, Francesco

Sognai: rêverie; parole e musica di F. Schira (song: 17/495.5 : Schira)

Schmid, Ernst Fritz

Sonaten Bd 1 (1-12) (violin & piano: 28/033-1(1) : Mozart)

Schmidt, Hans

Sapphische Ode (Sapphic ode) Op. 94 no. 4: song (Lied); words by Hans Schmidt (song: 17/099-7 : Brahms)

Schmidt, Richard

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

Sonaten: [18 sonatas]; ed. Louis Koehler & Richard Schmidt (p. solo: 21/254-5 : Mozart)

Sonaten; ed. Köhler / Schmidt (p. solo: 21/376(1) : Weber)

Schnabel, Artur

Sonaten [1-19]; ed. Arthur Schnabel & Carl Flesch (violin & piano: 28/033 : Mozart)

Schnirlin, Ossip

Concerto no. 22 in A minor for violin and orchestra: arr. for violin & piano; arr. Joseph Joachim, rev. Ossip Schnirlin (28/053 : Viotti)

Schober, Franz von

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

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

Scholtz, Hermann

The art of phrasing Op. 16 (Progressive studies, Bk 4): 24 studies through all keys; rev. &c Otto Thümer & H. Scholtz (p. solo: 21/176-9 : Heller)

Balladen und Impromptus; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/080-2 (a) (f) : Chopin)

Etüden: [27 studies]; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/080-5 (a) : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 20/008[1] : Chopin)

Nocturnes; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/082-1.4 : Chopin)

Polonaisen; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/082-2.6 : Chopin)

Scherzos und Fmoll-Fantasie; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/082-5.4 : Chopin)

Twenty-five melodious studies Op. 45 (Studies, Bk 3); crit. rev. &c Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/176-4 (a) : Heller)

Walzer; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/082-8.3 : Chopin)

Walzer; ed. Hermann Scholtz (p. solo: 21/082-8.4[2] : Chopin)

Schonberger, John

Whispering: song; words & music by John Schoenberger, Richard Coburn and Vincent Rose (song: 17/481.3-2 : Rose)

Schönherr, Max

Ball bei Prinz Orlofsky (Ballettmusik und II. Finale aus Die Fledermaus): cello part only; transc. Max Schönherr (33/070[1] : Strauss)

Schradieck, Henry

Eighteen sonatas; ed. Henry Schradiek arr. Alexander Rihm (violin & piano: 28/033-2 : Mozart)

Schröder, Carl

[Sonatas by Marcello and Grazioli]; bearb. Carl Schroeder (cello & piano: 33/047-3 : Marcello)

Sonate in E moll; bearb. Carl Schroeder (cello & piano: 33/047-3[1] : Marcello)

Sonate [in F]; bearb. Carl Schroeder (cello & piano: 33/047-3[2] : Grazioli)

Schultze, Clemens

48 Lieder ohne Worte; ed. Clemens Schultze (p. solo: 21/254-5.4[2] : Mendelssohn)

Schumann, Clara

Carnaval Op. 9: scènes migninnes sur quatre notes; ed. Clara Schumann (p. solo: 21/330-4 (b) : Schumann)

Sonate Op. 22; ed. Clara Schumann (p. solo: 21/334-2 (c) : Schumann)

Schüngler, Heinz

Neues Vortragsbuch für Klavier, Bd 1: Leichte Originalkompositionwn aus der Zeit der Romantik und der Gegenwart; ed. Heinz Schüngler (20/180-1)

Scott, Alicia, Lady John Douglas

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

Think on me; words by Lady John Scott; arr. J. Michael Diack (song: 17/503 : Scott)

Scott, Bennett

Some night, some waltz, some girl; written and composed by A. J. Mills, Bennett Scott and Fred Godfrey (song: 10/045-7[19] : Scott)

Scott, Charles Kennedy

The lost melody: waltz song; words by Kennedy Scott (17/502.5 : Scott)

Scott, Clement

Oh, promise me!: romanza [melodie]; words by Clement Scott (16/050-5 [21] : Koven)

Scott, Cyril

Afterday Op. 50 No. 1; [words by Cyril Scott] (song: 17/501-1 : Scott)

Scott, David

First Book of Ayres (c.1613): [21 songs]; ed. David Scott (09/035(1) : Campion)

Scott, John Prindle

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

Scott, Lilian

My happy garden: song; words by Lilian Scott (17/038.5-2 : Barry)

What shall I sing you?; words by Lilian Scott (song: 17/038.5 : Barry)

Scott, Walter, Sir

Blue bonnets over the border; words by Sir Walter Scott (song: 16/050-1[32])

Jock o' Hazeldean; words by Sir Walter Scott (song: 16/050-1[51])

Jock o' Hazeldean; words by Sir Walter Scott (song: 17/364-5 : MacCunn)

Seeger, Peggy

The singing island: coll. Eng & Scot. folk-songs; comp. Peggy Seeger & Ewan MacColl (10/033)

Seeger, Pete

Where have all the flowers gone?; words and music Pete Seeger (song: 17/504.3 : Seeger)

Segal, Jack

Scarlet ribbons; lyric by Jack Segal (song: 17/145 : Danzig)

Selby, Peter

Love Is new; words and music Peter Selby (song: 17/504.5-1 : Selby)

Semper, Hans

Polonaises; ed. Hans Semper (p. solo: 21/082-2.4 : Chopin)

Rondo brillante in E flat Op. 62; ed. Hans Semper (p. solo: 21/376-3 (b) : Weber)

Waltzes (15); ed. Hans Semper (p. solo: 21/082-8.6 : Chopin)

Seton, Marie

Butterfly wings Op. 30 No. 1: song; words by Marie Seton (17/448- 3 : Phillips)

Shakespeare, William

Blow, blow, thou Winter wind: song; words from (Shakspeare's) As You Like It (17/490 : Sarjeant)

Come away, Death {song from Twelfth Night}; words by Shakespeare; ed. John Coates (song: 17/016-6 : Arne)

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

Four old English songs; poems by Shakespeare (09/041 : Coates)

Four Shakespeare songs (09/123 : Moeran)

I know a bank: voc. duet; words by Shakespeare (18/075-1 : Horn)

I know a bank; words by Shakespeare (song: 17/510-11 : Shaw)

In Springtime: duet for sop. & contr., sop. & bar., or ten. & bar.; words by Shakespeare (18/109-2 : Newton)

In Windsor Forest: cantata for mixed voices adapted from 'Sir John in Love'; words by Shakespeare (01/076-6.5 : Vaughan-Williams)

It was a lover and his lass Op. 23 No. 3: duet (sop. & contr.); words by Shakespeare (18/127-1 : Quilter)

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

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

A midsummer night's dream: opera in 3 acts; adapted from Shakespeare by Benjamin Britten & Peter Pears (03/025-1 : Britten)

O mistress mine Op. 9 No. 1; words by Shakespeare (song: 10/087[ 8] : Dale)

O mistress mine {from Three Shakespeare songs} Op. 6 No. 2: song; words by Shakespeare (17/462- 6 : Quilter)

Orpheus; words by Shakespeare (song: 17/020 : Austin)

Orpheus with his lute; words by Shakespeare; arr. Dennis Arundell (song: 17/345.5 : Linley)

Orpheus with his lute; words from Shakespeare's 'Henry VIII' (song: 17/544- 5 : Sullivan)

Orpheus with his lute {from Henry VIII}: song; words by Shakespeare (17/555-2 : Vaughan-Williams)

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

Serenade to music: [for SATB soli & chor.]; words by Shakespeare (Merchant of Venice) (01/076-8 : Vaughan-Williams)

She never told her love; Shakespeare; arr. Albert Howe (alto / contr.: 17/264-1 (a) (b) : Haydn)

She never told her love; William Shakespeare; arr. Michael Pilkington (song: 17/264-1 (c) : Haydn)

Should he upbraid; Shakespeare; arr. Estelle Liebling (song: 17/078-2 : Bishop)

Sigh no more: [song]; words by Shakespeare (10/087[13] : Aikin)

Sigh no more: song; words by Shakespeare (17/006 : Aikin)

Sigh no more, ladies; words by Shakespeare (song: 17/563-9 : Warlock)

So are you to my thoughts; words by Shakespeare (song: 17/301 : Johnstone)

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

Three Shakespeare songs (1st set) Op. 6 (09/147-2 : Quilter)

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

When icicles hang by the wall; words by Shakespeare (song: 17/462-18 : Quilter)

Who is Silvia?; poem by Shakespeare (song: 10/045-6[7] : Quilter)

Who is Silvia?; words by Shakespeare (song: 17/169-1 : Duff)

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

Shanks, Edward

As I lay in the early sun; words by Edward Shanks (med. v.: 17/219-3 : Gibbs)

For remembrance; words by Edward Shanks (med. v.: 17/219-4 : Gibbs)

Shannon, J. R.

Rose dreams; poem by J.R. Shannon (song: 17/530.5 : Stasny)

Sharp, Cecil James

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

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

Sharp, Vernon Lathom

Dearest of all: song; words and music by Vernon Lathom Sharp (17/507-1 : Sharp)

Sharp, William

The yellowhammer's song: song; poem by William Sharp (17/027-3 : Bantock)

Shaw, Harold Watkins

Laudate, pueri, Dominum (D major): Psalm 113 (Vulgate 112) for sop. solo, SSATB, oboes, strs. & cont.; ed. Watkins Shaw (02/052-7 : Handel)

The Messiah: sacred oratorio for SATB soli & chor.; ed. Watkins Shaw (08/027-6.6 : Handel)

Shelley, Percy Bysshe

Love's philosophy: song; words by Shelley (low v.: 10/076[6] : Quilter)

Love's philosophy Op. 3 No. 1: song; words by Shelley (17/462- 4 : Quilter)

Love's philosophy (Liebesphilosophie); [words by] Shelley (song: 17/160-2 : Delius)

Miller's Green: miniature suite for voice & p. (or orch.); words by Wager, Shelley et al. (09/029 : Brewer)

A widow bird state mourning: Archy's song; words by Shelley (17/344.5 : Lidgey)

Sheridan, Mark

Who were you with last night?; written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan (song: 17/222.3 : Godfrey)

Sherman-Lewis-Silver

No! No! A thousand times no!: waltz song in melodrama; words and music Al Sherman, Al Lewis & Abner Silver (17/511.5 : Sherman)

Shields, Ren

In the good old summer time: waltz song; words by Ren Shields (16/050-5 [ 3] : Evans)

Shipley, R.

Six Tudor songs: [for voice & guitar]; trans. from the lute tablature for the guitar R. Shipley (10/034)

Shove, Fredegond

The water mill; from 4 poems by Fredegond Shove (low v.: 17/555-5 : Vaughan-Williams)

Shuman, Mort

Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: souvenir album [of 9 songs incl. 5 composed by or with Gérard Jouannest]; French words by Jacques Brel, Eng. by Mort Shuman & Eric Blau (09/027 : Brel)

Sidney, Philip (Sir)

Friendship: duet in canon; words by Sir Philip Sidney (18/097-2 : Marzials)

My true love hath my heart; words by Sir Philip Sidney (song: 17/109 : Bush)

My true love hath my heart: song for mez.; words by Sir Philip Sidney (17/442-3 : Parry)

My true love hath my heart; words by Sir Philip Sidney (song: 17/451 : Plumstead)

Sievier, Bruce

Her name Is Mary: song; words by Bruce Sievier & Harold Ramsay (17/465-1 : Ramsay)

Undivided: song; words by Bruce Sievier (17/550.5-1 : Thayer)

Sillery, Charles Doyne

The Scottish blue bells; [words by C. D. Sillery (song: 16/050-1[22] : Barker)

Siloti, Alexander Ilyich

An der Quelle (U fontana) Op. 46 no. 1; rev. A. Siloti (p. solo: 21/010.8[1] : Arensky)

Silva Sánchez, Francisco Javier

La rosa y el sauce; poesía de Francisco Silva (song: 17/237.8 : Guastavino)

Simpson, Harold

The bells of England: song; words by Harold Simpson (17/256.5 : Harrington)

A cycle of life: five songs; words by Harold Simpson (med. v.: 09/159-3 : Ronald)

Down in the forest {from A Cycle of Life}; words by Harold Simpson (song: 17/481-2 : Ronald)

The haven of your heart; words by Harold Simpson (song: 17/258 : Hartmann)

Haydn Wood album: [8 songs]; words by Fred. E. Weatherly, Harold Simpson et al. (09/213 : Wood)

Heart's desire: song cycle [7 songs]; words by Harold Simpson (09/069 : Elliott)

I count It all: song; words by Harold Simpson (17/590- 9 : Wood)

I sing of love; words by Harold Simpson (song: 17/298.5-2 : Jefferies)

The light on the hill: song; words by Harold Simpson (17/539-1 : Strong)

Rest at eventide: song; words by Harold Simpson (17/047 : Baynton-Power)

The village that nobody knows: song; words by Harold Simpson (17/590-10 : Wood)

Young Tom o' Devon: song; words by Harold Simpson (17/484-4 : Russell)

Sinclair, William

The Battle of Stirling: national song; written by William Sinclair (16/050-3 [16] : Chisholm)

Sitt, Hans

36 Etüden Op. 20; red. Hans Sitt (violin: 25/009-1 : Kayser)

Sonate G moll Op. 2 Nr 7; ed. Hans Sitt (2 violins: 29/004-1 : Handel)

Sitwell, Edith

Canticle III: Still falls the rain Op. 55: for ten., horn & piano; words by Edith Sitwell (01/023-10 : Britten)

Three songs; poems by Edith Sitwell (09/205 : Walton)

Sitwell, Sacheverell

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

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

The Rio Grande; poem by Sacheverell Sitwell (p. solo: 21/213.1 : Lambert)

Skakle, Mary Agnes

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

Skelly, Joseph P.

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

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus; words and music J.P. Skelly (17/518.5 : Skelly)

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus; [words and music J.P. Skelly] (17/518.5 (b) : Skelly)

Skinner, William

Come o'er the border (Bonnie Prince Charlie); words by William Skinner (song: 17/190 : Finlay)

Slade, Julian

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days}; words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade (song: 17/519-1 : Slade)

Slatford, Rodney

Duett for trombone & double bass; ed. Rodney Slatford (42/016-1 : Elgar)

Statements and variants: for unaccomp. double bass; ed. Rodney Slatford (34/050-1 : Hall)

Yorke solos for double bass & piano, vol. 1: 35 easy pieces; ed. Rodney Slatford (34/100-1)

Yorke studies for double bass, vol. 2: 2nd to 4th positions; ed. Rodney Slatford (34/130(2))

Smith, Harold

Until the dawn: song; words by Harold Smith (17/308-2 : Kahn)

Smith, Harry Bache

Gypsy love song (Slumber on … ) {from The Fortune Teller}: song; words by Harry B. Smith (17/283.2-1 : Herbert)

If all the stars were mine: [song]; written by Harry B. Smith (16/050-5 [ 9] : Stromberg)

Smith, J. F.

The desert: descriptive song; words by J. F. Smith (17/183 : Emanuel)

Soldan, Kurt

Ausgewählte Opern-Arien, Bd 2: [44 songs]; ed. Kurt Soldan (sop.: 11/040-5(2))

Quartette für vier Solostimmen mit Pianoforte Op. 31, 64, 92, 112: [12 songs]; ed. Kurt Soldan (SATB soli: 15/024-5 : Brahms)

Te Deum: [for sop. & dbl. chor.]; ed. Kurt Soldan (01/078 : Verdi)

Somervell, Arthur

Fifteen songs; ed. & arr. Arthur Somervell (09/145-1 : Purcell)

Sondheim, Stephen

Cool {from West Side Story}; words by Stephen Sondheim & Leonard Bernstein (song: 17/074-1 : Bernstein)

Somewhere {from West Side Story}; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (song: 17/074-2 : Bernstein)

West Side Story song album; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (09/021 : Bernstein)

Southey, Robert

A moonlight night: song; words by Southey (17/093.2 : Bowen)

Sparrow-Simpson, J.

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

Spencer, E. Mordaunt

The Rose of Tralee: song (p solo, violin & cello ad lib. ); words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Geo. H. Farnell (17/221.5-1 (a) : Glover)

The Rose of Tralee; words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Ernest Reeves (song: 17/221.5-1 (b) : Glover)

The Rose of Tralee: song; words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Roger Quilter (17/221.5-1 (c) : Glover)

Spenser, Edmund

The Thistle and the Rose: for adolescent v. (SAB), str. & p., org. & bells (ad lib.); text adapted from works by William Dunbar and Edmund Spenser (18/040-2 : Davie)

Spicker, Max

Anthology of sacred song, vol. 4 - Bass: celebrated arias from selected oratorios; ed. Max Spicker (14/018)

Spink, Ian

Cavalier songs: [15 songs by Henry Lawes, John Wilson, Nicholas Lanier, &c]; ed. Ian Spink (10/003.5)

Spivak, Samuel

Chopin album (Everybody's Favorite Series): [35 pieces]; ed. Samuel Spivak (p. solo: 21/078-3.0 : Chopin)

Sproat, George G. B.

Bonnie Gallowa'; words by George G. B. Sproat (song: 17/289 : Hornsby)

Spurr, Melancthon Burton

The world went very well then: humorous song; written and sung by Mel. B. Spurr (17/086.3 : Bond-Andrews)

Stainer, John

Christmas carols new and old; words ed. Henry Ramsden Bradley; music ed. Sir John Stainer (02/208-2)

Stamford, John J.

Macnamara's band: song; words by John J. Stamford (17/433.5 : Oconnor)

Stanford, Charles Villiers

The national song book: folk-songs, carols & rounds for the use of schools; ed. Charles Villiers Stanford (10/020.5)

Stanley, Arthur

Saint Christopher; words by Arthur Stanley (song: 17/484-5 : Russell)

When the children say their prayers: song; words by Arthur Stanley (17/484-3 : Russell)

Stanley, Ralph

Spring morning with you: song; lyric by Ralph Stanley (17/298.5-3 : Jefferies)

Stanley, Wynn

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song; written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen (17/530.2 : Stanley)

Stanton, A. S.

Bird songs: [5 songs]; words by A. S. [Stanton] (09/111-2 : Lehmann)

Stanton, Frank Lebby

Blossoms: song; words by Frank L. Stanton (10/045-5[ 7] : Corbett)

A fat li'l' feller wid his mammy's eyes: song; words by Frank L. Stanton (10/045-8.2[14] : Gordon)

A fat li'l feller wid his mammy's eyes; words by Frank L. Stanton (song: 17/222.8 : Gordon)

Just a-wearyin' for you {from Seven Songs}; words by Frank Stanton (low v.: 17/296-1 : Jacobs-Bond)

Just a-wearyin' for you: voc. duet; words by Frank Stanton; arr. Emerson James (18/079-2 : Jacobs-Bond)

Mighty like a rose: song; text by Frank L. Stanton (17/425.5 : Nevin)

Morning: song; words by Frank L. Stanton (17/525-3 : Speaks)

You'll git heaps o' lickin's: song; words by F.L. Stanton (17/122-2 : Clarke)

Stent, Keith

Ten exquisite pieces for Palm Court piano trio; sel. & arr. Keith Stent (24/050-1)

Stephens, Henry Pottinger

The Vicar of Wide-a-Wakefield; or the Miss-Terry-ous Uncle: 'respectful burlesque perversion'; written by H. P. Stephens and W. Yardley (misc. v.: 16/070 [2] : Pascal)

Stephenson, B. C.

Dorothy: pastoral comic opera; written by B. C. Stephenson (07/005.7 : Cellier)

She wandered down the mountain side: song; poetry by B.C. Stephenson (17/124-1 : Clay)

The zoo: musical folly; librettist: B. C. Stephenson ("Bolton Rowe"; p. arr. Roderick Spencer (07/041-6 : Sullivan)

Sterling-Levis, Edith

Drooping wings: song; words by Edith Sterling-Levis (17/462-11 : Quilter)

Sternau, C. O.

Serenade (Ständchen): song; words by Sternau (17/464.8 : Raff)

Sternfeld, Frederick

Songs from Shakespeare's tragedies: [20 songs] for concert or damatic use; ed. Frederick Sternfeld (10/037)

Stevens, Denis

Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda: for solo v. (STBar), str. q. or str. orch. & keyb. continuo; ed. with Eng. trans. Denis Stevens (06/030-4 : Monteverdi)

The cries of London: [for 5 v. (SATTB) & 5 viols (Vn,Vn,Va,Va,Vc)]; ed. Denis Stevens (18/046 : Dering)

Fantasia: 'Three Parts Upon a Ground' (3 violins, cello or viola da gamba, harpsichord or piano); ed. Denis Stevens & Thurston Dart (42/027 : Purcell)

In ecclesiis: motet for soloists (SATBar), chorus (ATBarB), instr. & organ continuo; ed. Denis Stevens (05/005.5 : Gabrieli)

Magnificat: for soloists double choir, organ & orch.; ed. Denis Stevens & John Steele (SATB soli: 02/084 : Monteverdi)

Stevenson, Robert Louis

Bright is the ring of words; words by Robert Louis Stevenson (song: 17/444-3[2] : Peel)

Bright is the ring of words {from Songs of Travel, pt 1}; words by R L Stevenson (17/555-8 : Vaughan-Williams)

In the Highlands; words by R. L. Stevenson (song: 17/219-1 : Gibbs)

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

Requiem: song; [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson (10/045-6[4] : Homer)

Requiem: song; [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson (10/088[ 5] : Homer)

Requiem: song; [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson (17/288-3 : Homer)

Requiem; words by Robert Louis Stevenson (song: 17/444-3[1] : Peel)

[Requiem; and Bright is the ring of words]; words by Robert Louis Stevenson (song: 17/444-3 : Peel)

The roadside fire {from Songs of Travel}; words by R L Stevenson (17/555-6 : Vaughan-Williams)

Songs of travel, Part 1; by Robert Louis Stevenson (09/198(1) : Vaughan-Williams)

Songs of travel, Part 1; by Robert Louis Stevenson (low v.: 10/076[9] : Vaughan-Williams)

Songs of travel, Part 2; by Robert Louis Stevenson (09/198(2) : Vaughan-Williams)

Songs of travel, Part 2; by Robert Louis Stevenson (10/055[3] : Vaughan-Williams)

The vagabond {from Songs of Travel, pt 1}; words by R L Stevenson (17/555-4 : Vaughan-Williams)

Stewart, Alexander

Mo dhachaidh (My ain house); Gaelic words by Malcolm MacFarlane, Scot. Alexander Stewart (song: 17/405.5-2 : Moffat)

Stewart, Michael

Vocal selections from 'Barnum'; lyrics by Michael Stewart (09/043 : Coleman)

Stoelzlein, Bonifacius

Lord, in thy name I rest me: hymn for unaccomp. double chor.; words by Bonifacius Stoelzlein (02/131.5 : Walters)

Stolberg-Stolberg, Friedrich Leopold

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

Storm, Gloria

Down in the gardens at Kew: song; words by Gloria Storm (17/528-1 : Stacey)

Down in the gardens at Kew: voc. duet; words by Gloria Storm (18/157 : Stacey)

Stove, Magnus

The Gideon Stove tune book (The Shetland violinist), vol. 1; ed. Magnus Stove (fiddle: Books : Stove)

Stranger, Marion

Our flag unfurled: song; words by Marion Stranger (17/448-13 : Phillips)

Stranks, Alan

Break of day {from Waltz Time}: song; lyric by Alan Stranks (17/390-1 : May)

Straube, Karl

Alte Meister des Orgelspiels, N. F. Teil 1: [16 pieces]; ed. Karl Straube (40/031-11(N1))

Choralvorspiele alter Meister für den praktischen Gebrauch: [45 preludes]; ed. Karl Straube (40/032- 2)

6 variations on 'Mein junges Leben hat ein End'; ed. Karl Straube (organ: 40/242 : Sweelinck)

Strub, Max

Concerto in E major; ed. Max Strub (violin & piano: 28/002-1 : Bach)

Strube, Adolf

Klingender Tag: geselliges Schul-Chorbuch für zwei und drei gemischte Stimmen; hrsg. Adolf Strube (10/025.5)

Struble, Mabel

Courage: song; words by Mabel Struble (17/292-2 : Huhn)

Stuart, Hugh M

Trumpet fancies: with p. accomp. [34 pieces]; comp. & arr. Hugh M. Stuart (trump. & piano: 35/030-6)

Stuart, Leslie

The bandolero: song; words and music by Leslie Stuart (10/045-7[4] : Stuart)

The shade of the palm {from Florodora}: song; words and music by Leslie Stuart (16/050-4 [15] : Stuart)

The shade of the palm: [song]; words and music by Leslie Stuart (17/540.5 : Stuart)

The soldiers of the Queen: [song]; words and music by Leslie Stuart (16/050-4 [12] : Stuart)

Sturgis, Julian

Ho, Jolly Jenkin (the Friar's song) {from Ivanhoe}; words by Julian Sturgis (17/544- 2 : Sullivan)

My heart is weary (Schwer liegt auf dem Herzen): recit. & air {from Nadeschda}; Eng. words by Julian Sturgis; Ger. version Friedrich Fremery (17/552-4 : Thomas)

Stray nymph of Dian; [words by] Julian Sturgis (song: 17/029-5 : Barkworth)

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe}: Sir Brian's song; words by Julian Sturgis (17/544-11 : Sullivan)

Such, Percy

New school of cello studies Bk 2 (Lower Elementary Grade): 34 studies; sel. & ed. Percy Such (33/A20-1(2))

Sonata Op. 5 No. 1; ed. Tovey & Such (cello & piano: 33/011-1(1) : Beethoven)

Sonata Op. 5 No. 2; ed. Tovey & Such (cello & piano: 33/011-1(2) : Beethoven)

Sonata 2 Op. 58; ed. Percy Such (cello & piano: 33/048-1 : Mendelssohn)

Sonata No. 3 in A Op. 69 (cello & piano: 33/011-3 (b) : Beethoven)

Sullivan, Arthur

Lucia de Lammermoor: opera in 3 acts; ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman; Eng. adapt. Charles Lamb Kenney (06/015-1 : Donizetti)

Rigoletto: opera; ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman (06/063-5.1 : Verdi)

La sonnambula: opera in 2 acts; ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman (06/004-2 : Bellini)

Sutcliffe, Winifred

Love's coronation: song (with violin or violoncello & organ acc. ad lib.); words by Winifred Sutcliffe (17/022 : Aylward)

Swan, Charles

The old cottage clock; words by Charles Swan (song: 10/045-4[ 3] : Molloy)

Swinburne, Algernon C.

Butterflies; words by Algernon C. Swinburne (song: 10/045-5[11] : Corbett)

The winds; poem by A. C. Swinburne (song: 17/562 : Walton)

Swinyard, Laurence

A cynical serenade: song for bass singers; words and music Laurence Swinyard (17/546.5 : Swinyard)

Fourteen chorale-improvisations {from Op. 65}; sel. L. Swinyard (organ: 40/130-3 : Karg-Elert)

Symonds, John Addington

These things shall be: cantata [for ten./bar. & chor.]; poem by J Addington Symonds (01/038[3] : Ireland)

These things shall be: for bar. (or ten.) solo, chor. & orch.; poem by J Addington Symonds (01/053 : Ireland)

Szerdahelyi Joseph

Hungarian melodies, [vol. 1]: [25 songs]; Joseph Szerdahelyi (3,10,14,20), Alexander Petöfi (11,19) et al (09/103(1) : Korbay)

Marishka! Marishka! (O Marie!); text and melody Szerdahelyi (song: 17/322-1 : Korbay)

Tagore, Rabindranath

At the well; words by Rabindranath Tagore (high v.: 17/241-2 : Hageman)

Do not go, my love: [song]; words by Sir Rabindranath Tagore (17/241-4 : Hageman)

Dweller in dreams; text by Rabindranath Tagore (low v.: 17/561 : Walther)

Peace; words by Rabindranath Tagore (song: 17/196 : Fogg)

Tann, W. R. B.

Gems for the organ, No. 1: [29 pieces]; ed. W. R. B. Tann (40/032- 3(1))

Tannahill, Robert

Gloomy winter's noo awa'; words by Tannahill (song: 16/050-1[60])

Jessie, the flow'r o' Dumblane; words by Tannahill (song: 16/050-1[66] : Smith)

O! Are ye sleepin', Maggie?; words by Tannenhill [sic] (song: 16/050-1[54])

Rannoch herding song (An druimionn dubh): Agyllshire air; Trad. set to Lowland words by Tannahill (17/316- 6 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Tate, Nahum

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas); words by Nahum Tate; ed. Edmondstoune Duncan (17/460-7 : Purcell)

Tauber, Richard

Concert edition of Schubert songs [selection]: [20 songs]; sel. & ed. Richard Tauber (09/169-4 : Schubert)

Taylor, Bronnie

The singer; words by Bronnie Taylor (song: 17/266-4 : Head)

Taylor, Charles Henry

Dream o' day Jill {from Tom Jones}: song; words by Chas. H. Taylor (17/214-10 : German)

Lie there, my lute: song; words by Charles H. Taylor (17/364-3 : MacCunn)

Waltz song {from Tom Jones}; words by Chas. H. Taylor (17/214- 4 : German)

Taylor, Edgar Kendall

Nocturne in E minor Op. 72 No. 1; ed. Kendall Taylor (p. solo: 21/082-1.5(19) : Chopin)

Taylor, Franklin

12 favorite songs without words; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/236-4.1.1 : Mendelssohn)

Allegretto grazioso {from Songs without Words Bk 5 Op. 62}; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/236-4.1(30) : Mendelssohn)

English suites Bk 1; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/015- 1(1) : Bach)

Fantasia & sonata in C minor K 475 & 457; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/254-6.2(14) : Mozart)

15 inventions in 2 & 3 parts; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/015-3.1 : Bach)

15 two-part inventions; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/015-3.4 : Bach)

French suites (6 Petites suites); ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/015-2.2 : Bach)

Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words); ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/236-4.1 : Mendelssohn)

Prelude & fugue in E minor [with scherzos & sketches]; [ed.] Franklin Taylor, O Thümer &c (p. solo: 21/236-6.5 : Mendelssohn)

Sonata No. 1 in E flat; rev. &c Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/170-4.1 (b) : Haydn)

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

Sonata no. 5 in G K 283; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/254-6.2( 5) : Mozart)

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

Sonata no. 9 in D K 311; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/254-6.2( 9) : Mozart)

Sonata no. 10 in B flat Op. posth.; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/328-7.10 : Schubert)

Sonata no. 16 in C K 545; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/254-6.2(16) : Mozart)

Sonata no. 17 in Bb K 570; ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/254-6.2(17) : Mozart)

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

Ten sonatas, vol. 2 (11-20); ed. Franklin Taylor (p. solo: 21/254-5.25(2) : Mozart)

Taylor, Helen

Autumn days: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/575-1 : Willeby)

The ballad-monger: duet for sop. & bar. in E; lyric by Helen Taylor (18/095-1 : Martin)

Bless this house: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/096-1 : Brahe)

A breath of home: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/423-8 : Murray)

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song; lyric by Helen Taylor (17/384-1 (a) : Martin)

Come to the fair: unison song; lyric by Helen Taylor (17/384-1 (b) : Martin)

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (duet for 2 med v. ); lyric by Helen Taylor (18/095-2 : Martin)

A day at the fair: four songs; lyrics by Helen Taylor (med. v.: 09/121-5 : Martin)

Everywhere I go {from Four Pastorals}: song; lyric by Helen Taylor (17/384-6 : Martin)

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair}; words by Helen Taylor (song: 17/384-2 : Martin)

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair}: duet for high & low v.; lyric by Helen Taylor (18/095-3 : Martin)

Five canzonets; words by Helen Taylor (09/159-1 : Ronald)

Four songs of the fair; words by Helen Taylor (09/121-2 : Martin)

I passed by your window {from Song Pictures}; words by Helen Taylor (song: 17/096-8 : Brahe)

An interlude {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/384-3 : Martin)

Life's balcony: song; lyric by Helen Taylor (17/096-6 : Brahe)

An old violin: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/192 : Fisher)

The piper from over the way: song; lyric by Helen Taylor (17/096-4 : Brahe)

A prayer in absence: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/096-9 : Brahe)

Red-letter days: four songs; words by Helen Taylor (09/121-4 : Martin)

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days; words by Helen Taylor (10/045-8.1[7] : Martin)

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days; words by Helen Taylor (10/045-8.1[8] : Martin)

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël) {from Red-letter days}: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/384-7 : Martin)

Sewing song; words by Helen Taylor (17/488-10 : Sanderson)

Shepherd of souls: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/423-3 : Murray)

Song pictures: five songs; words by Helen Taylor (09/024 : Brahe)

Songs of open country: three songs; words by Helen Taylor (09/121-1 : Martin)

Three more songs of the fair; words by Helen Taylor (09/121-3 : Martin)

Two little words: song; words by Helen Taylor (17/096-7 : Brahe)

Taylor, Irving

No regrets; Eng. lyric by Irving Taylor (song: 17/169.5-1 : Dumont)

Temple, Edith

All my life-time: song; words by Edith Temple (17/423-6 : Murray)

Count your blessings: song; words by Edith Temple (17/413 : Morgan)

Each sunday morn (in the Church on the hill): song; words by Edith Temple (17/108.5-3 : Burrows)

Welcome my Dear; words by Edith Temple (song: 17/135.5 : Colville)

Within these sacred walls: song; words by Edith Temple (17/456-1 : Prentice)

Temple, Stephen

Off to Philadelphia: song; adapted from an old Irish melody; words rev. & ed. Stephen Temple (17/265-1 : Haynes)

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina; words by Alfred Tennyson (17/026-1 (a) : Balfe)

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina; poetry by Alfred Tennyson (17/026-1 (b) : Balfe)

Cycle of songs from Tennyson's Maud: [12 songs] (10/088[ 2] : Somervell)

Drop me a flower Op.175: song; poem by Tennyson (17/529- 2 : Stanford)

Edward Gray; words by Tennyson (song: 17/544- 1 : Sullivan)

The lady of Shalott: cantata; poem by Alfred Tennyson (fem. v.: 01/015.5 : Bendall)

The milkmaid's song: song; words by Alfred Tennyson (17/529-11 : Stanford)

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song; words by Tennyson (10/045-6[16] : Quilter)

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song; words by Tennyson (10/045-6[17] : Quilter)

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song; words by Tennyson (low v.: 10/089[ 2] : Quilter)

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song; words by Tennyson (17/462 -5 : Quilter)

The Revenge Op. 24: ballad of the Fleet; by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (choir: 01/070-3 : Stanford)

The Revenge: ballad of the Fleet; by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (SATB choir: 44/047-1 : Stanford)

Wind of the western sea: song; words by Tennyson (17/444-6 : Peel)

Terry, Charles Sanford

Jesu, joy and treasure (Jesu, meine Freude): sacred cantata for soli (sop./ten.+ bass) etc; ed. Robert Groves; Eng. version of Franck's hymn C. Sanford Terry (01/024 : Buxtehude)

Terry, Richard Runciman

Ascendit Deus (The Lord ascendeth): motet for 5 v.(TrTrATB); ed. R. R. Terry (05/015-2 : Philips)

Ave Verum Corpus (Hail, O Hail, True Body): motet for four v.; Eng. text by R R Terry (05/003-1 : Byrd)

Senex puerum portabat (Simeon carried the young child): motet for four v.; Eng. text by R R Terry (05/003-5 : Byrd)

The shanty book, part 1: [30] sailor shanties; coll. & ed. Richard Runciman Terry (10/063(1))

Surgens Jesus (He is risen): motet (SSATB); ed. R. R. Terry (05/015 : Philips)

Teschemacher, Edward

see also Lockton, Edward Frederick

All joy be thine: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/488-17 : Sanderson)

Because: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/254 : Hardelot)

Beneath thy window ('O sole mio!): Neapolitan serenade; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/111-1 : Capua)

A birthday song: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (16/050-3 [10] : Clarke)

The dancing lesson (La leçon à danser) {from The Passing Show}; words by Edward Teschemacher (song: 17/438-1 : Oliver)

Down Vauxhall way; words by Edward Teschemacher (song: 17/438-3 : Oliver)

Dream songs: [4 songs]; words by Edward Teschemacher (09/141-4 : Phillips)

The enchanted forest {from Dream Songs}: song; words byEdward Teschemacher (10/045-8.2[4] : Phillips)

Evening pastoral; words by E. Teschemacher (song: 17/464.5 : Rae)

Follow the piper: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (10/045-8.2[15] : Brewer)

The garden of your heart: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/168.3 : Dorel)

The garden of your heart: duet; words by Edward Teschemacher (mez. & bar.: 18/049 : Dorel)

Guy d' Hardelot album, vol. 1: [8 songs]; words by Edward Teschemacher, Fred Weatherly et al. (09/089(1) : Hardelot)

Home that is calling for me: song; words by Ed. Teschemacher (17/168.5-3 : Drummond)

I dream of a garden of sunshine; words by Edward Teschemacher (song: 17/352- 3 : Lohr)

I know a lovely garden: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/254-2 : Hardelot)

The little Irish girl: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/352- 5 : Lohr)

Love's echo: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (16/050-4 [26] : Newton)

None but the longing heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt); Eng. words E. Teschemacher (song: 17/550-2 (a) : Tchaikovsky)

O lovely night! {from Summertime}; words by Ed. Teschemacher (song: 17/481-1 : Ronald)

O lovely night! {from Summertime}: song; words by Ed. Teschemacher (alt. & bar.: 18/132 : Ronald)

La Première: mélodie; paroles de François Coppée, Eng. trans. E. Teschemacher (song: 10/045-6[11] : Webber)

Shipmates o' mine: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (10/045-7[3] : Sanderson)

Shipmates o' mine: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/488- 6 : Sanderson)

Songs from golden hours: [4 songs]; words by Ed. Teschemacher (09/061 : Drummond)

Songs of old London: [5 songs]; words by Edward Teschemacher (09/131 : Oliver)

Spreading the news!; words by Edward Teschemacher (song: 17/438-2 : Oliver)

Starry woods: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/448- 7 : Phillips)

Summertime: song-cycle; words by Ed. Teschemacher (bass / contr.: 09/159-2 : Ronald)

Tommy, lad!: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (10/045-7[7] : Margetson)

Until: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/488-7 : Sanderson)

The voyagers: duet; words by Ed. Teschemacher (18/139 : Sanderson)

The watchman: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/527-10 : Squire)

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song; words by Edward Teschemacher (17/352- 9 : Lohr)

Youth: song; words (after the Swedish) by E. Teschemacher (song: 17/008-5 : Allitsen)

Thackwell, Walter Joseph

Oft we wandered: voc. duet for sop. & bar.; words by Walter Thackwell (18/093 : Marks)

Thanetta, Maria

When thou singest (Quand tu chantes); words by Maria Thanetta (song: 17/226-9 : Gounod)

Thompson, G. Douglas

The diver: song; words by G. Douglas Thompson (17/349.5 : Loder)

Thompson, Jack

Come, sing to me: duet; words by Jack Thompson (18/167 : Thompson)

An emblem: song; words and music Jack Thompson (17/552.4 : Thompson)

Thompson, William Lamartine

Gathering shells; words by W L Thompson (song: 17/272[1] : Thompson)

Gathering shells by the sea: [song and chorus (SA/TB)]; [words by Thompson?] (16/050-1[18] : Thompson)

Thomson, Bothwell

Chanson de matin Op. 15 No. 2; arr. Bothwell Thomson (p. solo: 21/126-1 : Elgar)

Selected songs: [15 songs]; ed. Bothwell Thomson (09/145-4 : Purcell)

Thomson, James

Gifts: song; words by James Thomson ("B.V.") (17/170-3 : Dunhill)

O Peace, thou fairest child of Heaven {poem from Alfred}; words by James Thomson and David Mallet; arr. Guy Warrack (song: 17/016-8 : Arne)

A song of thanksgiving: song; words by James Thomson (song: 17/008-3 : Allitsen)

The star o' Robbie Burns: song; words by James Thomson (17/087.5 : Booth)

Thorne, E.

Beethoven for everybody: 19 famous pieces for p. solo; arr. E. Thorne (21/027-1.5 : Beethoven)

Thring, Godfrey

The radiant morn: sacred song w. organ obblig. (ad lib.); words by Godfrey Thring (17/297-2 : James)

Thümer, O.

The art of phrasing Op. 16 (Progressive studies, Bk 4): 24 studies through all keys; rev. &c Otto Thümer & H. Scholtz (p. solo: 21/176-9 : Heller)

Etudes symphoniques Op. 13; ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/330-6 : Schumann)

Fantasie Op. 17; ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/330-7 (a) : Schumann)

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

Liebesträume (Dreams of love); ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/220-1 (a,b) : Liszt)

Moments musicaux Op. 94; ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/328- 4.3 : Schubert)

Perpetuum mobile {from First Sonata Op. 24}; ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/376-2 (b) : Weber)

Prelude & fugue in E minor [with scherzos & sketches]; [ed.] Franklin Taylor, O Thümer &c (p. solo: 21/236-6.5 : Mendelssohn)

Rondo brillant in E flat Op. 62; ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/376-3 (c) : Weber)

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

Sonate Op. 11; rev. & fingered Otto Thümer (p. solo: 21/334-1 : Schumann)

Sonate Op. 22; ed. O. Thümer (p. solo: 21/334-2 : Schumann)

Tableaux d'une exposition (Pictures at an exhibition): 10 pieces for piano; ed. O. Thümer (21/252-1 (b) (c) : Mussorgsky)

Tierney, Harry

Alice blue gown {from Irene}; words by Harry Tierney (song: 17/363 : McCarthy)

Tiochet, C.

Ciribiribin; orig. C Tiochet; Eng. words J Trevor (song: 17/446.5 : Pestalozza)

Tippett, Michael Kemp

If music be the food of love (first setting); ed. M. Tippett & W. Bergmann (high v.: 17/460-2 : Purcell)

Mad Bess (From silent shades ...); ed. M. Tippett & W. Bergmann (high v.: 17/460-3 : Purcell)

Ode for St Cecilia's day 1692: full score (w. p. red.); ed. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann (01/064 : Purcell)

Tolhurst, Henry

The first Star folio for violin and piano: [25 pieces]; ed. H. Tolhurst (28/061-2(1))

The second Star folio for violin and piano: [24 pieces]; ed. H. Tolhurst (28/061-2(2))

The third Star folio for violin and piano: [18 pieces]; ed. H. Tolhurst (28/061-2(3))

Tolstoy, Alexis (A. K.)

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

Sred' shumnogo bala [Amid the din of the ball] Op. 38 no. 3; [words by A. K. Tolstoy] (song: 17/550-5 : Tchaikovsky)

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

Tootell, George

Tangles (Lollipop Land): fantastic operetta; written & composed by George Tootell (07/055 : Tootell)

Toplady, Augustus Montague

Rock of ages: sacred song; words by Rev. A. M. Toplady (16/050-4 [35] : Jude)

Tours, Berthold

The Redemption: sacred trilogy; ed. Berthold Tours (misc. v.: 08/024-2 : Gounod)

Tovey, Donald Francis

Forty-eight preludes and fugues Bk 1; ed. Donald Francis Tovey (p. solo: 21/015-8(1) : Bach)

Forty-eight preludes and fugues Bk 2; ed. Donald Francis Tovey (p. solo: 21/015-8(2) : Bach)

Sonata Op. 5 No. 1; ed. Tovey & Such (cello & piano: 33/011-1(1) : Beethoven)

Sonata Op. 5 No. 2; ed. Tovey & Such (cello & piano: 33/011-1(2) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 3 in A Op. 69 (cello & piano: 33/011-3 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 4 Op. 7 in E flat major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 4 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 5 Op. 10 No. 1 in C minor; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 5 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 7 Op. 10 No. 3 in D major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 7 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata [No. 8] in C minor Op. 13 (Pathétique); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 8 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 9 Op. 14 No. 1 in E major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5. 9 (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 10 Op. 14 No. 2 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.10 (d) : Beethoven)

Sonata in A-flat Op. 26; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.12 (b) (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 13 Op. 27 No. 1 in E flat major (Quasi Fantasia); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.13 (a) (b) (d) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 14 Op. 27 No. 2 in C# minor (Moonlight); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.14 (a) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 16 Op. 31 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.16 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 17 Op. 31 No. 2 in D minor; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.17 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 19 in G minor Op. 49 no. 1; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.19 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 20 Op. 49 No. 2 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.20 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 21 Op. 53, in C major (Waldstein); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.21 (a) (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 22 Op. 54 in F major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.22 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 23 Op. 57 in F minor (Appassionata); ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.23 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 24 in F sharp Op. 78; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.24 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 25 Op. 79 in G major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.25 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 27 Op. 90; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.27 (a) (c) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 28 Op. 101 in A major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.28 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 30 Op. 109 in E major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.30 (a) (b) : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 31 Op. 110 in A flat major; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.31 : Beethoven)

Sonata No. 32 Op. 111 in C minor; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5.32 (b) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 1 Nos. 1-11; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5-i(1) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 2 Nos. 12-22; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5-i(2) : Beethoven)

Sonatas vol. 3 Nos. 23-32; ed. Harold Craxton & Donald Tovey (p. solo: 21/027-5-i(3) : Beethoven)

Two fugues {from 'Die Kunst der Fugue'}; ed. Donald F. Tovey (p. duo 2 p.: 22/003- 7 : Bach)

Trad.

The Bens of Jura (An t-Iarla Diùrach); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 5 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Border cradle song; adapt. from old Scotch poem (song: 17/313.5 : Kemp)

The cockle gatherer ('S truisaidh mi na Coilleagan); Air from Marion MacLeod [with Gaelic] words from Kenneth MacLeod; arr. (with Eng. words) M. Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-13 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Deirdre's farewell to Scotland (Deirdre a' fagail na h-Albann); Trad. arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 2 : Kennedy-Fraser)

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh); Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod (song: 17/316- 3 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The garden where the praties grow: old Irish melody (song: 17/344-4 : Liddle)

Great day!: Negro spiritual (SSA accomp.); ed. & arr. Walter Ehret (17/176.5 : Ehret)

The green willow; Trad. (song: 17/520 : Slater)

Greensleeves: English folk-song; words Trad. (17/555-7 : Vaughan-Williams)

Harris love lament (Ailean Doon); Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 1 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Hebridean mother's song (Gur milis Morag); Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-14 : Kennedy-Fraser)

I know my love {from Irish Country Songs}; Trad.; arr. Herbert Hughes (17/290-1 : Hughes)

I know where I'm going {from Irish Country Songs}; Trad.; arr. Herbert Hughes (17/290-2 : Hughes)

In Hebrid seas (Heman dubh ): ancient waulking song; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (17/316- 4 : Kennedy-Fraser)

In pride of May: song; Trad. (old English) (17/325 : La Forge)

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall); Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod (song: 10/088[ 4] : Kennedy-Fraser)

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall); Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod (song: 17/316-16 : Kennedy-Fraser)

An island sheiling song (Maighdeanan na h'Airidh); Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-15 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The jolly tinker: 17th-century song; ed. & arr. Ernest Newton (17/426-2 : Newton)

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

Land o' heart's desire {from Songs of the Hebrides}; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-10 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The leprehaun {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 3}; coll. from an old ballad by P. W. Joyce; arr. Herbert Hughes (17/290-4 : Hughes)

The little milkmaid: folk song from Suffolk (17/405-1 : Moeran)

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

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

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

Molly Brannigan: old Irish melody; Trad.; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford (song: 17/529- 6 : Stanford)

My lodging is on the cold ground; Trad. (song: 17/029-3 : Barkworth)

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

Peat-fire smooring prayer (Smàl an tùrlach); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-11 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The potato liftin' (Or a bhonnagan): a grandame's lilt; Trad. (from Annie Johnson) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316- 9 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Rannoch herding song (An druimionn dubh): Agyllshire air; Trad. set to Lowland words by Tannahill (17/316- 6 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Robin Adair: old ballad (song: 16/050-1[41])

The Rose of Tralee: valse [song]; Trad.; arr. Peter Kane (17/311 : Kane)

The sailor and young Nancy: folk song from Norfolk (17/405-2 : Moeran)

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

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

She moved thro' the fair {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 1}; adapt. from an old ballad by Padraic Colum; arr. Herbert Hughes (17/290-3 : Hughes)

Shenandoah: shanty (windlass & capstan) (song: 17/550.7 : Terry)

Skye fisher's song; Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (17/316- 8 : Kennedy-Fraser)

The songs my mother sang: a 'come-all-ye'; words and tunes Trad. (song: 17/237.2 : Grimshaw)

The Spanish lady's love; Trad. (song: 17/029-4 : Barkworth)

Two English folk-songs: arr. for voice & violin (song: 09/198-3 : Vaughan-Williams)

Two Ukrainian folk songs (song: 17/010-2 : Anderson)

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

The wild swan (Eala fo leòn); Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (song: 17/316-12 : Kennedy-Fraser)

Trevor, C. H.

Fantasia and fugue on BACH (40/150-2 : Liszt)

Organ book no. 2: [13 pieces]; ed. C. H. Trevor (40/035- 4(2))

Short and easy pieces for the organ: [18 pieces]; ed. C.H. Trevor (40/035- 6)

Trevor, J

Ciribiribin; orig. C Tiochet; Eng. words J Trevor (song: 17/446.5 : Pestalozza)

Tristan l'Hermite

Trois chansons de France; words by Charles Duc d'Orléans (1,3) and Tristan L'hermite (2) (09/057-1 : Debussy)

Troutbeck, J

Christmas oratorio: for SATB soli, SATB [chor.] & orch.; Eng. adapt. Rev. J. Troutbeck (08/005-1 : Bach)

Magnificat in D: for SMATB soli, SSATB & orch.; Eng. adapt. J. Troutbeck (02/005-2 : Bach)

My spirit was in heaviness: sacred cantata [for STB soli & chor.]; Eng. words John Troutbeck (01/003-7 : Bach)

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts]; [ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck] (06/019 (a) : Gluck)

Orpheus Act 2: opera in 3 acts; ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck (06/019(2) (b) (c) : Gluck)

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts]; [ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck] (06/019 (c) : Gluck)

The Passion of our Lord (Der Tod Jesu): [oratorio]; Eng. trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck (08/025 : Graun)

The Passion of Our Lord according to S. Matthew: [for SATB soli & chor.]; Eng. adapt. J. Troutbeck (08/005-7 (f) : Bach)

Psyche Op. 60: dram. poem for soli, chor. & orch.; Eng. version Rev. J. Troutbeck (01/040-2 : Gade)

St Matthew Passion: abridged [for SATB soli & chor.]; Eng. adapt. J. Troutbeck (08/005-7.1 : Bach)

Schiller's Lay of the bell; Eng. trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck (misc. v.: 01/065 : Romberg)

A song of destiny (Schicksalslied) Op. 54; trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck (SATB choir: 01/021-1 : Brahms)

Tuckwell, Barry

Sonata Op. 17: for French horn & piano; ed. Barry Tuckwell (35/041-1 : Beethoven)

Tunnard, Viola

Not in Front of the Waiter, or, Under the Aspidistra: incident; story & mus. adapt. by Colin Graham; words by Viola Tunnard; arr. Vilém Tauský (misc. v.: 07/025-4 : Offenbach)

Turk, Roy

Where the blue of the night (Meets the gold of the day); words by Roy Turk (song: 17/005.8 : Ahlert)

Turner, Barrie

Fun music ensemble; arr. Barrie Turner (violin & piano: 28/060-4)

Tyler, J. Sheldon

From Galilee a mother came; words by J. Sheldon Tyler (song: 17/436 : Ohara)

Tynan, Katharine

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

Sheep and lambs: song; words by Katharine Tynan Hinkson (17/288-2 : Homer)

Ulmer, Georges

Pigalle; Fre. lyric Georges Ulmer & Geo. Koger; Eng. lyric Reg Connelly (17/553.9 : Ulmer)

Usher, Nora C.

Sing, joyous bird {from Songs of Joy} Op. 24 no. 4; words by Nora C. Usher (17/448- 5 : Phillips)

Songs of joy Op. 24: [song cycle]; words by Nancie B. Marshland and Nora C. Usher (song: 10/045-8.4[1] : Phillips)

Valdemar, A.

The two beggars: humorous duet for ten. & bar. or bass; words by A. Valdemar (18/179-1 : Wilson)

Valency, Maurice

La Périchole; Eng. adapt. by Maurice Valency (misc. v.: 03/098 : Offenbach)

Valmore, Graham

The vale of sleep: song; words and music Graham Valmore (17/554 : Valmore)

Van der Elst, Frédéric

see Elst, Frédéric van der

Verlaine, Paul

Dansons la gigue; poésie de Paul Verlaine (song: 17/452-2 : Poldowski)

D'une prison; poésie de Paul Verlaine (song: 17/243-1 : Hahn)

L'Heure exquise; poésie de Paul Verlaine (high v.: 17/452-1 : Poldowski)

9 mélodies Op. 61; poésie de Paul Verlaine (high v.: 09/071.5-2 : Faure)

The sky above the roof; words by Mabel Dearmer (from the French of Verlaine) (17/555-9 : Vaughan-Williams)

Verney, Joan (Lady)

A song of Summer; words by Lady Joan Verney (song: 17/127- 6 : Coates)

Vester, Frans

100 classical studies for flute, vol. 1; ed. Frans Vester (36/099- 4(1))

Villon, Fran

Ballade pour prier Nostre Dame (1998): for SSA and organ; words by Fran (18/039.5-1 : Dalby)

Vincent, Elmer

Rio nights: song; words by Elmer Vincent (17/552.35 : Thompson)

Visetti, Albert

Arise, ye subterranean winds {from The Tempest}: song; ed. Albert Visetti (10/089[17] : Purcell)

Vivian-Kennelly, C. E.

Heart of mine; words by C. E. Vivian-Kennelly (song: 17/142.8 : Croke)

Vogrich, Max Wilhelm Carl

One hundred progressive studies Op. 139, 'Vol. 1': without octaves; rev. & fing. Max Vogrich (p. solo: 23/017-3 (b) : Czerny)

The school of velocity Op. 299: [all 40 exercises]; rev. &c Max Vogrich (p. solo: 23/017-2 (a) : Czerny)

Voxman, Himie

Selected duets for saxophone Vol. 1 (Easy-Medium); comp.& ed. H. Voxman (42/099-2(1))

Wager, William

Miller's Green: miniature suite for voice & p. (or orch.); words by Wager, Shelley et al. (09/029 : Brewer)

Wagner, Richard

Götterdämmerung; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-5 : Wagner)

Lohengrin: opera; paroles françaises de Charles Nuitter [with parallel Eng. text - libretto by Richard Wagner] (03/178-1 : Wagner)

Siegfried; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-2 : Wagner)

Das Rheingold; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-3 : Wagner)

Die Walküre; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann (misc. v.: 03/178-4 : Wagner)

Wakefield, A. M.

No sir!: Spanish ballad; words and music by A. M. Wakefield (16/050-5 [17] : Wakefield)

Waley, Arthur

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

Wallace, Ian

The EMI book of parlour songs: [58 songs]; compiled by Ian Wallace (10/060-9)

Wallace, Raymond

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): song; words by Raymond Wallace (17/437 : Ohogan)

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): for male v. (TTBB); words by Raymond Wallace; arr. Henry Geehl (18/113 : Ohogan)

When lights are low in Cairo: Eastern song fox-trot; words by Raymond Wallace (17/424-2 : Myers)

Wallace, William

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1; by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace (song: 10/045-8.2[10] : Sibelius)

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1; by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace (song: 17/514-3 : Sibelius)

Du bist ein Kind (Thou art a child) Op. 28 No. 12: from Zw?lf Lieder; Eng. William Wallace (sop./ ten.: 10/045-8.2[8] : Weingartner)

Freebooter songs; words and music William Wallace (09/204 : Wallace)

Waller, Edmund

Go, lovely rose [Op. 24 no. 3]; poem by Edmund Waller (song: 17/462- 8 : Quilter)

To Chloris singing; [words by] Edmund Waller (song: 17/029-6 : Barkworth)

Walton, Ellis

Carmeña: voc. waltz; words by Ellis Walton (17/581-1 : Wilson)

Washington, Henry

Mass for four voices; ed. Henry Washington (02/030-1 (c) : Byrd)

Wastall, Peter

First repertoire pieces for oboe; sel. & ed. Peter Wastall (36/132-3)

Wastell, Simon

Like to the damask rose (Gleich wie der roten Rose pracht) {from Seven Lieder}: song; words by Simon Wastell (17/178-2 : Elgar)

Watson, Michael

All in a garden fair: song; words and music by Michael Watson (16/050-4 [32] : Watson)

Stars of Earth!: song adapted (with violin or cello obbl.) to cavatina by Joachim Raff; words by Michael Watson (10/045-4[10] : Watson)

Watson, Rosamund Marriott

Blackbird's song Op. 52 No. 3; words by Rosamund Marriott Watson (song: 17/501-2 : Scott)

The unforeseen Op. 74 No. 3; words by Rosamund Marriott Watson (song: 17/501-4 : Scott)

Watson, William

The lute player: song; poetry by William Watson (17/008-2 : Allitsen)

Weatherly, Frederick E.

The admiral's broom: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/076-2 : Bevan)

The admiral's yarn: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/483-2 : Rubens)

Alfio's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}: [for low bar.]; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly (17/387-1 : Mascagni)

Alfio's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}; Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly (bar.: 21/227-2[2] : Mascagni)

Angus Macdonald: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/479-2 : Roeckel)

Ave Maria {adapt. from Cavalleria Rusticana}; P. Mazzoni; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly (song: 17/387-2 : Mascagni)

Babylon: sacred song; words by F. E. Weatherly (16/050-3 [23] : Adams)

The barber of Turin: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/484-6 : Russell)

The bugler; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (bar.: 17/450-2 : Pinsuti)

The butterfly gay: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (17/004- 1 : Adams)

By the fountain: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (16/050-5 [26] : Adams)

By the fountain: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (17/004- 9 : Adams)

By the light of the moon; words by Fred Weatherly (song: 17/356-1 : Loughborough)

Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic chivalry): melodrama; Eng. trans. Frederic Weatherly (06/025 (a) : Mascagni)

The children's home: song; poetry by F. E. Weatherley (10/045-4[14] : Cowen)

The children's home: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (16/050-4 [37] : Cowen)

The children's home: song; poetry by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/140-6 (a) : Cowen)

The children's home: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (17/140-6 (b) (c) : Cowen)

Danny boy: song written to an old Irish air; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/553.2)

Darby and Joan: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (10/045-4[ 6] : Molloy)

Dearest, I bring you daffodils: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/200-1 : Forster)

A dinder courtship; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (song: 17/127- 9 : Coates)

The drum-major: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (10/045-7[8] : Newton)

The drum-major: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/426 : Newton)

Easter flowers: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/488- 9 : Sanderson)

The extra special constables: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (10/045-7[16] : Newton)

The fairy pipers: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherley (17/100-1 : Brewer)

Fiddle and I: song w. violin accomp. ad lib.; words by Frederick E. Weatherly (17/222.5 : Goodeve)

The flag of liberty: song; lyric by Fred E. Weatherly (17/016.5 : Arundale)

The flight of ages: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (16/050-4 [39] : Bevan)

The flight of ages: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/076-1 : Bevan)

Friend o' mine: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/488- 4 (a) (b) : Sanderson)

Friend o' mine: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/488- 4 (c)-(f) : Sanderson)

The glory of the sea: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/488-18 : Sanderson)

The gray mare (Three young men of Ware) {from Proverbs in Song}: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/479-1 : Roeckel)

The green hills o' Somerset: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/127- 3 : Coates)

Guy d' Hardelot album, vol. 1: [8 songs]; words by Edward Teschemacher, Fred Weatherly et al. (09/089(1) : Hardelot)

Haydn Wood album: [8 songs]; words by Fred. E. Weatherly, Harold Simpson et al. (09/213 : Wood)

The holy city: [song]; words by F. E. Weatherly (16/050-4 [41] : Adams)

The Holy City: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (17/004- 2 : Adams)

Idle words: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (17/004- 8 : Adams)

If I might come to you: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/527-1 : Squire)

Jack Briton: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/527-3 : Squire)

The last watch: song; words by Fred Weatherly (10/045-9[15] : Pinsuti)

The linnet: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/122-3 : Clarke)

The little damozel: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/432-5 : Novello)

The little tin soldier: [song]; [words] by F. E. Weatherly (after Hans Andersen) (16/050-5 [ 7] : Molloy)

Lola's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}; Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly (mez.: 21/227-2[3] : Mascagni)

Long ago in Alcala {from Mirette}: song; words by F.E. Weatherley & Adrian Ross (17/396-2 : Messager)

A May morning: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/161.2 : Denza)

The midshipmite: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/004-13 : Adams)

Mifanwy: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/200-2 : Forster)

Moon-daisies: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/127-13 : Coates)

Moonlight: part-song for SATB; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (18/055-1 : Faning)

Mountain lovers: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/527-5 : Squire)

Mountain lovers: duet (mez. & bar.); words by Fred. E. Weatherly (18/155(1) : Squire)

My dreams: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (17/553-2 : Tosti)

Nancy Lee: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (17/004- 3 : Adams)

Nirvana: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (17/004- 4 : Adams)

The old brigade: song; written by F. E. Weatherly (17/038 : Barri)

Parted: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/553-3 : Tosti)

Prologue {from Pagliacci); words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly (low v.: 17/340-1 : Leoncavallo)

Romanza e Scena {from Cavalleria Rusticana}: [Santuzza's aria]; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly (song: 17/387-3 : Mascagni)

Roses: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (16/050-5 [38] : Adams)

Roses of Picardy: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/590-15 : Wood)

Santuzza's Romanza e scena {from Cavalleria Rusticana}; Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly (sop.: 21/227-2[4] : Mascagni)

A sergeant of the line: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/527-9 : Squire)

The song of the waggoner; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (song: 10/045-7[17] : Breville-Smith)

Star of Bethlehem: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (16/050-4 [ 2] : Adams)

The Star of Bethlehem: song; words by F. E. Weatherly (17/004- 5 : Adams)

Star of God: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/127- 4 : Coates)

The stars of Normandie: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (16/050-3 [ 7] : Adams)

The stars of Normandie: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (17/004-12 : Adams)

Stone-cracker John: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (10/045-7[2] : Coates)

Stone-cracker John: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/127-10 : Coates)

Thora: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/004- 6 : Adams)

'Tis the day (Mattinata); words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. trans. Frederic E. Weatherly (song: 17/340-2.2 : Leoncavallo)

The valley by the sea: song; words by Frederic E. Weatherly (16/050-5 [36] : Adams)

The veteran's song (Long live the King); words by F. E. Weatherly (song: 17/004- 7 : Adams)

When you come home: song; words by Fred Weatherly (10/045-8.1[5] : Squire)

When you come home: song; words by Fred Weatherly (10/045-8.2[16] : Squire)

When you come home: song; words by Fred. E. Weatherly (17/527-6 : Squire)

Webster, Paul Francis

I'll walk with God; words by Paul Francis Webster (song: 17/104 : Brodzky)

Love is a many-splendored thing; words by Paul Francis Webster (song: 17/185-1 : Fain)

The loveliest night of the year; words by Paul Francis Webster (song: 17/001 : Aaronson)

Masquerade: waltz song; lyric by Paul Francis Webster (17/350 : Loeb)

Secret love; words by Paul Francis Webster (song: 17/185-2 : Fain)

Weckerlin, J. B.

Pastourelles: romances et chansons du XVe sèce; trans. J B Weckerlin (10/023.5)

Weeden, Howard

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4; words by Howard Weeden (17/288-1 (a) : Homer)

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4; words by Howard Weedon [sic] (17/288-1 (b) : Homer)

Weiner, Leo

Sonatas 6-10; ed. Leo Weiner (violin & piano: 28/003-2(2) : Beethoven)

Wensley, Shapcott

The banner of St George Op. 33: ballad for chor. & orch.; words by Shapcott Wensley (01/037-1 : Elgar)

The banner of St George: ballad by Shapcott Wensley (SATB choir: 44/021-1 : Elgar)

The hours: cantata or operetta for female v.; words by Shapcott Wensley (01/064.5 : Roeckel)

Wesley, Charles

Blaenwern (Love divine, all loves excelling): arr. for SATB; words by Charles Wesley; arr. Oliver Janes (02/104 : Rowlands)

Wesley, John

A collection of hymns for the use of the people called Methodists (Wesley hymns): with a new supplement [and] tunes; by Rev. John Wesley (02/206-3)

Wessely, Hans

Preparatory exercises Op. 37; ed. Hans Wessely (violin: 25/005 : Dont)

Sonata No. 4 in D; ed. Hans Wessely (violin & piano: 28/025-5 : Handel)

West, Anne Pamela

The meaning of a rose: song; words by Anne Pamela West (17/075- 3 : Besley)

West, John E.

Eleven chorale preludes Op. 122: for organ; ed. John E. West (40/067-2 : Brahms)

Judas Maccabaeus: oratorio; ed. John E. West (08/027-5 : Handel)

Judas Maccabaeus [pocket ed.]: oratorio; ed. John E. West (SATB choir: 08/027-5[p] : Handel)

Organ works Bk 16: The six 'Schübler' Chorale preludes, and the 'Clavierübung' Pt 3; ed. John E. West (40/051-2(16) : Bach)

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

Prelude, Air & Gavotte {from Twelve short pieces}; ed. John E. West (organ: 40/267-2 : Wesley)

Requiem Op. 45: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; ed. John E. West; Eng. version Ivor Atkins (02/022 : Brahms)

Requiem Op. 45 (pocket ed.): for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; ed. John E. West; Eng. adapt. W. G. Rothery (02/022.3 : Brahms)

Twelve short pieces for organ by Old English composers; ed. John E. West (40/032- 6)

The village organist Bk 48: seasons of the Church (Christmas) [6 pieces]; ed. John E. West (40/031- 9(48))

Weston, Robert Patrick

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile; words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee (song: 17/570.3 : Weston)

Wever, Robert

In an arbour green: song; poem by Robert Wever (17/563-2 : Warlock)

Whall, W. B.

Sea songs and shanties (5.ed): [63 songs]; coll. Capt. W.B. Whall, Master Mariner (Books)

Whishaw, Fred. J.

The red sarafan: song; adapt. w. Eng. words Fred. Whishaw (17/570.8 : Varlamov)

Tchaikowsky's songs: [44 songs]; Eng. words by Fred. J. Whishaw (09/193 : Tchaikovsky)

To the forest; words by Fred J. Whishaw (song: 17/550-3 : Tchaikovsky)

Whistler, Robert

Dichterliebe Op. 48: song cycle [16 songs]; Ger. texts Heinrich Heine; Eng. Robert Whistler (09/173-1 : Schumann)

15 selected songs vol. 1; Eng. trans. Robert Whistler (09/025-1(1) : Brahms)

15 selected songs vol. 1; Eng. trans. Robert Whistler (10/055[1] : Brahms)

15 selected songs Bk 2; Eng. trans. Robert Whistler (09/025-1(2) : Brahms)

15 selected songs vol. 2; Eng. trans. Robert Whistler (10/055[2] : Brahms)

Whitehead, A. W.

Six sea shanties; ed. A. W. Whitehead & S. Taylor Harris (09/090 : Harris)

Whitehouse, W. E.

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

Violoncello method Bk 1: [18 exercises]; rev. & enlarg. W. E. Whitehouse & R. V. Tabb (33/A40-1(1) : Piatti)

Violoncello method Bk 2: [7 exercises]; rev. & enlarg. W. E. Whitehouse & R. V. Tabb (33/A40-1(2) : Piatti)

Violoncello method Bk 3: [17 exercises]; rev. & enlarg. W. E. Whitehouse & R. V. Tabb (33/A40-1(3) : Piatti)

Whitemore, Cuthbert

The hundred best short classics Bk 1: [20 pieces - elementary grade]; ed. Cuthbert Whitemore (p. solo: 20/006.5(1))

The hundred best short classics Bk 3: [11 pieces - lower grade]; ed. Cuthbert Whitemore (p. solo: 20/006.5(3))

The hundred best short classics Bk 4: [16 pieces - higher grade]; ed. Cuthbert Whitemore (p. solo: 20/006.5(4))

Whiting, George

My blue heaven; words by George Whiting (song: 17/166-2 : Donaldson)

Whitman, Walt

Elegiac ode from President Lincoln's burial hymn; words by Walt Whitman (misc. v.: 01/070-1 : Stanford)

Ethiopia saluting the colours: song; words by Walt Whitman (17/589.5-2 : Wood)

Im Meeresstreiben (Sea drift): [for bar. & mixed chor.]; words by Walt Whitman (01/032 : Delius)

The mystic trumpeter: for bar. solo, chor. & orch.; poem by Walt Whitman (01/048 : Harty)

Ode to Death Op. 38: cantata; poem by Walt Whitman (choir: 01/051-4 : Holst)

A sea symphony: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch.; words by Walt Whitman (01/076-7 : Vaughan-Williams)

Toward the unknown region: song; words by Walt Whitman (SATB choir: 01/076-9 : Vaughan-Williams)

Whittaker, W. G.

Cease, sad eyelids {from Church Cantata No. 98}: sop. aria; arr. & ed. W. G. Whittaker (sop.: 17/024-1 : Bach)

Lord, wide as the Heaven above {from Church Cantata No. 17}: sop. aria; arr. & ed. W. G. Whittaker (17/024-6 : Bach)

Rounds and canons; ed. W G Whittaker (misc. v.: 15/045 : Mozart)

Whyte-Melville, George John

Good-bye!: song; words by G.J. Whyte-Melville (16/050-3 [25] : Tosti)

Goodbye: song (with violin ad lib.); words by G. J. Whyte-Melville (17/553-1 : Tosti)

Wilce, J.

Over the hawthorn hedge: duet (copy-a cover: for 2 sop.); words by J. Wilce (18/063-2 : Glover)

Wilcox, Ella Wheeler

My ships: song; words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (17/033 : Barratt)

Smiles: song; words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox (17/284 : Heron-Maxwell)

Wild, Ernest E.

The pathway of the moon: song; words by Ernest E. Wild (17/592-3 : Woodforde-Finden)

Wilhelmi, Frida

Sing me to sleep (Sing mir dein Lied): song; words by Clifton Bingham; Ger. Frida Wilhelmi (16/050-5 [30] : Greene)

Wilkins, Adela

Too late: rondeau; words by Adela Wilkins (song: 10/045-5[13] : Leoni)

Willcocks, David (Sir)

Carols for choirs, 1: fifty Christmas carols; ed. & arr. Reginald Jacques and David Willcocks (02/204(1) : Jacques)

Carols for choirs, 2: fifty carols for Christmas & Advent; ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter (02/204(2) : Willcocks)

Carols for choirs, 3: fifty carols; ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter (02/204(3) : Willcocks)

Carols for choirs, 4: fifty carols for sopranos and altos; ed. & arr. David Willcocks and John Rutter (02/204(4) : Willcocks)

Modern organ music, Bk 2: five pieces by contemporary composers (Leighton, Roberts, Langlais, Heiller, Mushel); ed. David Willcocks (40/032- 5(2))

Williams, Alfred Owen

Cuckoo song Op. 15 no. 1; words by Alfred Williams (song: 17/462- 1 : Quilter)

Williams, Gus

See that my grave's kept green: [song and chorus (SATB)]; [words by Williams?] (16/050-1[19] : Williams)

Williams, Harry

It's a Long Way to Tipperary; written and composed by Jack Judge and Harry Williams (song: 17/307 : Judge )

Williams, Harry Hiram

Bright eyes, good-bye!: [song]; written by Harry H. Williams & Fred. W. Leigh (16/050-5 [29] : Van Alstyne)

Wills, W. G.

I'll sing thee a song of Araby {from Lalla Rookh}: from the cantata "Lalla Rookh"; written by W. G. Wills (song: 17/124-2 : Clay)

Willson, Robert Meredith

The Music Man: musical comedy; lyrics by Meredith Willson (07/057.7 : Willson)

The Music Man: [musical]; music & lyrics by [Robert] Meredith Willson (03/190 : Willson)

Wilson, H. Lane

Come, all ye lads and lasses {from Flora's Holiday}: quartet; Old English melody, arr. & words by H. Lane Wilson (18/179-3(1) : Wilson)

The country dance {from Flora's Holiday}: quartet; Old English melody, arr. & words by H. Lane Wilson (18/179-3(3) : Wilson)

Wilson, John ('Christopher North')

Turn ye to me {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody; words by John Wilson ('Christopher North');arr. Malcolm Lawson (17/331- 6 : Lawson)

Wilson, Mrs

My ain wee house: Scotch song; words by Mrs Wilson (17/421 : Munro)

Wilson, Robert

Haste you back (I/we love you dearly); words by Robert Wilson (song: 17/541 : Sturdy)

Wilson, Sandy

The Boy Friend: a new musical comedy of the 1920s; book, lyrics and music by Sandy Wilson (misc. v.: 03/192 : Wilson)

The Boy Friend: a new musical comedy of the 1920s; book, lyrics and music by Sandy Wilson (misc. v.: 07/057.8 : Wilson)

The Boy Friend (piano selection); words and music Sandy Wilson; arr. Chris Langdon (song: 17/580 : Wilson)

Wilson, Steuart

Margaret (Gretchen am Spinnrade) {from Goethes Faust}; Eng. version A. H. Fox Strangeways and Steuart Wilsonl (low v.: 17/496- 3 (b) : Schubert)

Wimperis, Arthur

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis (misc. v.: 07/023-1 : Monckton)

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play; lyrics by Arthur Wimperis (misc. v.: 03/089 : Monckton)

Arcady is ever young {from The Arcadians}: song; words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis (17/408-3 : Monckton)

The pipes of Pan are calling: song; words by Arthur Wimperis (10/045-8.1[6] : Monckton)

The pipes of Pan are calling {from The Arcadians}: song; words by Arthur Wimperis (17/408 : Monckton)

Winner, Joseph Eastburn

see Eastburn, R. A.

Winner, Septimus

see Hawthorne, Alice (pseud.)

Winter, Christian

Last night: song; Ger. words by Christian Winther; Eng. by T. Marzials (10/045-5[ 9] : Kjerulf)

Witty, Frank

Little Mary Fawcett: song; words by Frank Witty (17/586 : Witty)

Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville

Bill {from Show Boat}; words by P. G. Wodehouse & Oscar Hammerstein II (song: 17/318-1 : Kern)

Wolfe, Humbert

Now in these fairylands: song; words by Humbert Wolfe (17/287-3 : Holst)

Wolsey, Newman

Into thy hands: sacred song; written & composed by Newman Wolsey (16/050-4 [36] : Wolsey)

Wood, James

A Christmas carol: musical play; book by Christopher Bedloe, lyrics by James Wood (07/031.5 : Shapcott)

Wood, James S. (Rev.)

Bennachie: for SATB chor. & piano; poem by James S. Wood (01/049.2 : Hearne)

Wood, Thomas

The Oxford song book vol. 2: [140 items incl. fiddle tunes & fragments]; coll. & arr. Thomas Wood (10/023(2))

Wordsworth, William

She dwelt among the untrodden ways: song; words by William Wordsworth (17/313 : Kellie)

Worsley, Dorothy

Your hand in mine: song; words by Dorothy Worsley (17/395 : Merlin)

Wright, Hugh E.

Leanin': song; words by Hugh E. Wright (17/064-1 : Bennett)

Wright, Lawrence

Are We Downhearted? No!; words and music by Worton David and Lawrence Wright (song: 17/594.5 : Wright)

Wright, Robert "Bob"

The Great Waltz: [based on music by Johann Strauss I & II adapted by E.W. Korngold]; music & lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (misc. v.: 03/195-2 : Wright)

I love you; words by Robert Wright & George Forrest (song: 17/234-1 (d) : Grieg)

Kismet: musical Arabian night [from themes by Alexander Borodin]; music & lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (misc. v.: 03/195-1 : Wright)

Kismet: musical Arabian night; adapted from the music of Alexander Borodin; lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (07/058-1 : Wright)

Song of Norway: operetta; based on life & music of Edvard Grieg; lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest (07/058 : Wright)

Sweethearts: song; words by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest (17/283.2-3 : Herbert)

Wrubel, Allie

Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet; lyrics by Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert (song: 17/595 : Wrubel)

Wye, Trevor

Concert-Duett über eine Melodie von Fr. Schubert Op. 67; ed. Trevor Wye (2 flutes: 36/051 : Kohler)

Flute solos, vol. 1: [12 pieces w. p. accomp.]; ed. Trevor Wye (36/099- 8(1))

Wynn, Harold

Going to market: song; words by Harold Wynn (10/045-4[23] : Diehl)

Yardley, W.

The Vicar of Wide-a-Wakefield; or the Miss-Terry-ous Uncle: 'respectful burlesque perversion'; written by H. P. Stephens and W. Yardley (misc. v.: 16/070 [2] : Pascal)

Yeats, William Butler

The cloths of Heaven {from 'The wind among the reeds'}; words by Yeats (song: 10/045-6[18] : Dunhill)

The cloths of Heaven {from "The wind among the reeds"}; words by Yeats (song: 17/170-2 : Dunhill)

An Irish cradle song; words by W. B. Yeats (song: 17/550.5 : Tennant)

Yellen, Jack

Happy days are here again; words by Jack Yellen (song: 17/005.5-1 : Ager)

Young, Charlotte

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

Young, Gibson

Community song book: [61 songs]; ed. Gibson Young (10/006)

Young, Lucia

Carmen: opera [concert version]; arr. W. McNaught; Eng. by Lucia Young (06/007 : Bizet)

Young, Rida Johnson

Ah! sweet mystery of life (The dream melody): song; words by Rida Johnson Young (17/283.2-2 : Herbert)

Zimmerman, Agnes

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

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

Sonatas [1-38]; ed. Agnes Zimmerman (p. solo: 21/254-5.2[2] : Beethoven)

Sonatas: [20 sonatas]; ed. Agnes Zimmerman (p. solo: 21/254-5.2[1] : Mozart)

[Sonatas by Mozart and Beethoven]; ed. Agnes Zimmerman (p. solo: 21/254-5.2 : Mozart)

Zimmermann, Ewald

Etüden [Op. 10, 25, Drei Etüden KK IIb Nr 3.]: [27 studies]; ed. Ewald Zimmermann (p. solo: 21/080-5 (b) : Chopin)

Impromptus 1-3, 4a, 4b; ed. Ewald Zimmermann (p. solo: 21/080-7 (a) : Chopin)

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