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'Martin, Easthope'

Martin, Easthope (Frederick John Easthope Martin) (1882-1925) English

The ballad-monger: duet for sop. & bar. in E (lyric by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons} 18/095-1

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (lyric by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 in G} 17/384-1 a

Come to the fair: unison song (lyric by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons} 17/384-1 b

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (duet for 2 med v. ) (lyric by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : in A} 18/095-2

A day at the fair: four songs (lyrics by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 2 med. v.} 09/121-5 a-b

  1. All the fun of the fair 2. Fairlop Friday 3. The last fairing 4. Pack-and-penny day

Evensong {p. solo : Weekes} 21/226.8

Evensong {violin & piano : set : Weekes} 28/031.75

Evensong {organ : Weekes} 40/160 a-b

Everywhere I go {from Four Pastorals}: song (lyric by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 in C} 17/384-6

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair} (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 2 in Bb} 17/384-2

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair}: duet for high & low v. (lyric by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons} 18/095-3

Four songs of the fair (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 2 high v. } 09/121-2 a

  1. Fairings 2. Langley Fair 3. Jock the Fiddler 4. The ballad-monger

Four songs of the fair (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 low v.} 09/121-2 b-d

  1. Fairings 2. Langley Fair 3. Jock the Fiddler 4. The ballad-monger

The Holy Child: Luther's 'Cradle Hymn' (poem by Martin Luther) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 2 in Bb} 17/384-4 a-b

An interlude {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 in C} 17/384-3

The light of the sunset glow: song (words by Ursula Curzon; adapt. from Easthope Martin's 'Evensong'; arranged by Leslie Taylor) {voc. sc. : Weekes : No. 2 in Eb} 17/384-5

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

Red-letter days: four songs (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : low v.} 09/121-4

  1. St Valentine 2. The first of May 3. The brightest day 4. St Nicholas Day in the morning

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 3 in Eb} 10/045-8.1[8]

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël) {from Red-letter days}: song (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 in C} 17/384-7 + 10/045-8.1[7]

Songs of open country: three songs (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 2 med. v. } 09/121-1 a-c

  1. The crown of the year 2. Wayfarer's night-song 3. The tune of open country

Songs of open country: three songs (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 3 high v.} 09/121-1 d

  1. The crown of the year 2. Wayfarer's night-song 3. The tune of open country

Speed the plough: song (words by C. Fox Smith) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 3 in G} 10/045-8.1[9]

Three more songs of the fair (words by Helen Taylor) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 low v.} 09/121-3 a-b

  1. Come to the Fair 2. An Interlude 3. Hatfield Bells

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