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Sunday 25th February 2024

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Gale, Norman Rowland (1862-1942) English

Timothy's cradle song: for sop. / Beard {17/048 - words by Norman Gale}

Gales, (Rev.) Richard Lawson (1862-1927) English

A prayer to Our Lady {from Skylark and Swallow}: song / Ford {17/199 - words by Rev. R. L. Gales}

Gallet, Louis (1835-1898) French

Mignon: mélodie / Gounod {sop. : 17/225-7 - poésie de Louis Gallet}

Gannon, James Kimball ('Kim') (1900-1974) American

Always in my heart / Lecuona {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/333.5 - lyric by Kim Gannon}

Gardiner, John (1936-2007) English

The Dracula Spectacula (libr.): spooky musical / Parr { libr. 03/105 - lyrics by John Gardiner}

Gardner, William Henry (1865-1932) American

Selected songs: [7 songs] / MacDowell {09/117 - words by W. H. Gardner et al.}

Garnett, Richard (1835-1906) English

Where corals lie {from Sea Pictures} Op. 37 no. 4 / Elgar {17/178-10(4) - words by Richard Garnett}

Garrett, Blanche Pownall (1914-1983) Canadian

To a girl on her birthday: song / Anderson {17/010 - words by Blanche Pownall Garrett}

Gass, Irene (20th c.) English

An Easter prayer / Thiman {solo v. : 17/551-1 - poem by Irene Gass}

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

Gatty, Alfred Scott (1847-1918) English

Ae' fond kiss / Gatty {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[64] - words by Burns; possibly by Alfred Scott Gatty}

Gautier, Théophile (1811-1872) French

Les nuits d'eté Op. 7: cycle of six songs / Berlioz {09/019 a - on poems by Théophile Gautier}

Les nuits d'été: 6 mélodies pour mez.-sop. ou ten. / Berlioz {09/019 b - [on poems by Theophile Gautier]}

Les papillons couleur de neige / Ambrosio {solo v. : 17/009 - poésie de Th. Gautier}

Gay, John (1685-1732) English

The Beggar's Opera: [by John Gay and J C Pepusch] / Pepusch {07/012-1 a-c - rev. with additional music by Frederic Austin}

The Beggar's Opera: [by John Gay and J C Pepusch] / Pepusch {07/012-1.5 a-c - ed. Edward J Dent}

Polly by John Gay [and J C Pepusch]: being the Second Part of 'The Beggar's Opera' / Pepusch {07/012-2 - words adapted by Clifford Bax}

Gay, Noel (1898-1954) English

Run, rabbit, - run! {The Little Dog Laughed}: with war-time parody choruses / Gay {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/211-3 - words by Noel Gay & Ralph Butler}

Gayne, Freda (19th-20th c.) English

Honeysuckle Lane / Fletcher {solo v. : 10/045-8.1[11] - words by Freda Gayne}

Geehl, Henry (1881-1961) English

Agnus Dei (Heavenly Father) / Bizet {17/080-6 - Eng. words & arr. Henry Geehl}

Carnival of Venice: song / Benedict {17/059.3-1 - Eng. version (& rev.) Henry Geehl}

Love's homage (Non lo dirò col labbro) {from Tolomeo} / Handel {bar. : 17/250-9 - Eng. words & arr. Henry Geehl}

Gellert, Christian Fürchtegott (1715-1769) German

Penitence (Busslied) / Beethoven {contr. : 17/050-3 - C. F. Gellert; Eng. words by Marianne Wilhelmine de Stevens}

Gerhardt, Paul (1607-1676) German

Beside thy cradle here I stand: chorale from the Christmas Oratorio / Bach {solo v. : 17/025-5[1] a-b - [words by Paul Gerhardt]}

Gershwin, Ira (1896-1983) American

They all laughed {from Shall we Dance?} / Gershwin {solo v. : 17/216-2 - words by Ira Gershwin}

Ghislanzoni, Antonio (1824-1893) Italian

Aida: compl. arr. for v. & pf / Verdi {06/063-1 b-c - libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni}

Giacomo, Salvatore di (1860-1934) Italian

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

'E spingole frangese: canzone popolare per Piedigrotta 1888 / Leva {10/045-5[15] - versi di S. di Giacomo}

Gibbs, Annette

The Island of Skye / Chavasse {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/117.5 - words by Annette Gibbs}

Gibney, Somerville (1851-1911) English

Song of the Vikings: part-song (SATB) / Faning {18/055-2 - words by Somerville Gibney}

Gilbert, Ray (1912-1976) American

Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet / Wrubel {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/595 - lyrics by Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert}

Gilbert, Robert (1899-1978) German

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn} / Benatzky {solo v. : 17/058-1 - words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham}

White Horse Inn: by Benatzky and Robert Stolz / Benatzky {07/003 a-c - orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham}

White Horse Inn: by Benatzky and Robert Stolz / Benatzky {Spec Coll - orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham}

White Horse Inn (libr.): musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz) / Benatzky { libr. 03/015 a-b - orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham}

Gilbert, W. S. (1836-1911) English

Choruses from The pirates of Penzance, or The slave of duty / Sullivan {15/059 - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The gondoliers; or, The King of Barataria / Sullivan {07/040-2 a-d - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

The gondoliers, or The King of Barataria / Sullivan {07/040-2 e - written by W.S. Gilbert}

The gondoliers, or The King of Barataria (libr.): comic opera / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-1 a-b - written by W.S. Gilbert}

Hey willow waly o! {from Patience}: song or duet / Sullivan {17/544-8 - words by W. S. Gilbert}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor / Sullivan {07/040-4 a-c - written by W.S. Gilbert}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera (school ed.) / Sullivan { p. voc. + sol-fa 07/040-4.1 - written by W.S. Gilbert}

H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The lass that loved a sailor: entirely original nautical comic opera / Sullivan {07/040-4.2 a-b - written by W.S. Gilbert}

H.M.S. Pinafore, or The Lass that Loved a Sailor (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-2 a-b - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 1: [Mikado, Act 1 selection] / Sullivan {09/187(1) a-b - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 2: [Mikado, Act 2 selection] / Sullivan {09/187(2) - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The immortal operas of Gilbert & Sullivan Part 3: [Gondoliers, Act 1 selection] / Sullivan {09/187(3) - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri / Sullivan {07/040-5 a-c - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: entirely original fairy opera (Savoy edition) / Sullivan {07/040-5.1 a-b - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

Iolanthe, or The Peer and the Peri (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-3 - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu / Sullivan {07/040-6 a-d - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: (Savoy edition) / Sullivan {07/040-6.2 a-b - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The Mikado, or The Town of Titipu (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-4 a-b - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

The Mikado, or The Town of Titipu [new ed.] (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-4 c - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: (rev. ed.) / Sullivan {07/040-7 a-c - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: entirely new and original aesthetic opera / Sullivan {07/040-7 d - written by W.S. Gilbert}

Patience, or Bunthorne's bride / Sullivan {07/040-7 e - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

The pirates of Penzance; or, The slave of duty / Sullivan {07/040-8 a-c - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The Pirates of Penzance, or The Slave of Duty (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-5 - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

Poor wand'ring one {from The pirates of Penzance}: song / Sullivan {17/544- 9 c - written by W. S. Gilbert}

Poor wand'ring one {from The pirates of Penzance}: song / Sullivan {17/544-9 a-b - written by W. S. Gilbert}

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: respectful operatic per-version of Tennyson's 'Princess' / Sullivan {07/041-1 a - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant / Sullivan {07/041-1 b-c - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

Princess Ida, or Castle Adamant (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-6 a-b - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse / Sullivan {07/041-2 a-c - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

Ruddigore, or The Witch's Curse (libr.): [comic opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-7 a-b - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse: [pocket edition] / Sullivan {07/041-2[p] - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The sentry's song {from Iolanthe} / Sullivan {17/544 -7 - written by W. S. Gilbert}

Songs of two Savoyards / Sullivan {solo v. : 09/187-4 - words by W S. Gilbert}

The sorcerer / Sullivan {07/041-3 a - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera / Sullivan {07/041-3 b - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

The sorcerer: original modern comic opera / Sullivan {07/041-3 c - words by W.S. Gilbert}

The Sorcerer (libr.): light opera / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-8 - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

Take a pair of sparkling eyes {from The Gondoliers}: song / Sullivan {17/544-10 a-b - words by W. S. Gilbert}

Trial by jury: novel and original dramatic cantata / Sullivan {07/041-4 a-c - librettist: W.S. Gilbert}

Vocal gems from 'Patience' / Sullivan {09/187-1 - words by W.S. Gilbert}

The yeomen of the Guard; or, The merryman and his maid: new and original opera / Sullivan {07/041-5 a - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

The yeomen of the Guard; or, the merryman and his maid / Sullivan {07/041-5 b-c - [written] by W.S. Gilbert}

The Yeomen of the Guard, or the Merryman and his Maid (libr.): [light opera] / Sullivan { libr. 03/155-9 - [words] by W.S. Gilbert}

Gilfillan, Robert (1798-1850) Scottish

Oh, why left I my hame / McLeod {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[62] - words by R. Gilfillan}

Gillespie, D. S.

Scotland for ever: song / MacQuarrie {17/375 a-b - words by D. S. Gillespie}

Gillington, May Clarissa (1861-1936) English

Le baiser (A memory): song / Thomas {17/552-1 a - Fre. by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington}

Le baiser (A memory): song / Thomas {17/552-1 b-c - Fre. by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington}

Chanson de Florian (Song of Florian) / Godard {17/222.2-1 - new Eng. version by M. C. Gillington}

Love's echoes (Aimons): song / Thomas {10/045-9[19] - Fre. by Victor Hugo, Eng by M. C. Gillington}

Gimbel, Norman (1927-2018) American

The girl from Ipanema (Garôta de Ipanema) / Jobim {solo v. : 17/299.2 - Eng. words Norman Gimbel}

Glanville, Lillian (19th-20th c.) English

It is only a tiny garden: song / Wood {17/590-6 a - words by Lillian Glanville}

It is only a tiny garden: song / Wood {17/590-6 b - words by Lillian Glanville}

Glen, Catherine Young (19th-20th c.)

Absent: song / Metcalf {17/398 a - words by Catherine Young Glen}

Absent: song / Metcalf {17/398 b - words by Catherine Young Glen}

Absent: song / Metcalf {17/398 c - words by Catherine Young Glen}

Goethe, J. W. van (1749-1832) German

Anacreon's grave (Anakreons Grab) / Wolf {solo v. : 17/588-1 - Goethe (Eng. Richard Capell)}

Die Bekehrte: Damon: song / Stange {10/045-5[2] - Ger. words by Goethe; Eng. by Paul England}

Damon (Die Bekehrte): song / Stange {17/529.5 - Goethe; Eng. words Paul England}

The first Walpurgis night Op. 60: cantata / Mendelssohn {01/058-3 - poem by Goethe}

Freudvoll und Leidvoll Op. 2 No. 1 / Reichardt {p. solo : 21/380(1) - 'Lied von Reichardt' [as "Liebe", from Goethe's Egmont]}

Gretchen at the spinning wheel (Gretchen am Spinnrade) Op.2 / Schubert {solo v. : 17/496- 3 a - Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell}

Die Liebende schreibt (To the beloved) Op. 47 no. 5 / Brahms {solo v. : 17/098-7 - Goethe}

Mailied (Maiskaia pesn') {from Neun Lieder von Goethe} Op. 6 no. 2 / Medtner {17/391.5-1}

Na ozere (Auf dem See) Op. 3 no. 3 / Medtner {solo v. : 17/391.5-2 - Worte von Goethe}

None but the broken heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) / Tchaikovsky {solo v. : 17/550-2 b - [poem by Goethe]; Eng. version Bernard de Nevers}

None but the longing heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) / Tchaikovsky {solo v. : 17/550-2 a - [poem by Goethe]; Eng. words E. Teschemacher}

None but the weary heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) / Tchaikovsky {solo v. : 17/550-2 c - [poem by] Goethe}

Rhapsody Op. 53: for contr. solo, chor. (TTBB) & orch. / Brahms {01/021-4 a-b - words by Goethe}

Song of the flea (Chanson de la puce / Pesnia Mefistofelia) / Mussorgsky {bar./ bass : 17/416-3 a - words from Goethe's Faust}

Song of the flea (Chanson de la puce / Pesnia Mefistofelia) / Mussorgsky {17/416-3 c - words from Goethe's Faust}

Vier Lieder Op. 12 / Webern {09/207.7}

The violet (Das Veilchen) / Mozart {sop. : 17/419-10 - words by Goethe; Eng. version (& ed.) Dawson Freer}

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

Golenishchev-Kutuzov, Arseny Arkadyevich (1848-1913) Russian

Cradle song (Song and Dances of Death, no. 2) / Mussorgsky {contr. : 17/416-1 - words by Count A. Golenistchev-Koutouzov; Eng. version Rosa Newmarch}

Goltz, Eric von der (b.1862) American

My heart is a silent violin: song / Fox {17/202.3 - poem by Eric von der Goltz}

Gore-Booth, Eva (1870-1926) Irish

The country-lover: album of 5 songs / Peel {09/139 - words by Eva Gore-Booth et al.}

The little waves of Breffny: song / Besley {17/075-2 - words by Eva Gore-Booth}

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

Gorell, Elizabeth (1886-1954) English

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

Graham, Carlene

The constant flame / Murray {solo v. : 17/423-7 - words by Carlene Graham}

Love is the star: song / Murray {17/423-2 - words by Carlene Graham}

Graham, Colin (1931-2007) English

The Golden Vanity (Die Gold'ne Eitelkeit) Op. 78: vaudeville for boys & piano after the old English ballad / Britten {01/023-8 - words by Colin Graham; Ger. trans. Hans Keller}

Not in Front of the Waiter, or, Under the Aspidistra: incident / Offenbach {07/025-4 - story & mus. adapt. by Colin Graham; words by Viola Tunnard}

Graham, Eric

Roses remind me of you: song / Lewis { p. voc. + sol-fa 17/343.5 - written by Eric Graham}

Graham, Harry (1874-1936) English

Good-bye {from White Horse Inn} / Stolz {solo v. : 17/533-2 - words by Walter Reisch; Eng. version Harry Graham}

It would be wonderful {from White Horse Inn} / Benatzky {solo v. : 17/058-1 - words by Robert Gilbert; Eng. version Harry Graham}

Just for a night {from Katja} / Gilbert {solo v. : 16/020(3) [1] - words by Harry Graham}

Land of mine {from The Lady of the Rose} / Gilbert {solo v. : 16/020(1) [4] - words by Harry Graham}

The Land of Smiles: musical play / Lehár {07/018-3 - Eng. lyrics by Harry Graham}

Live for today {from The Maid of the Mountains} / Fraser-Simson {solo v. : 16/020( 6) [1] - words by Harry Graham}

The Maid of the Mountains: musical play / Fraser-Simson {07/010-2 - lyrics by Harry Graham}

My song of love {from White Horse Inn} / Stolz {solo v. : 17/533-4 - [words by Walter Reisch]; Eng. words Harry Graham}

Our Peg: musical play / Fraser-Simson {07/010 - lyrics by Harry Graham}

A Southern Maid: musical play / Fraser-Simson {07/010-3 - lyrics by Harry Graham & Adrian Ross}

White Horse Inn: by Benatzky and Robert Stolz / Benatzky {07/003 a-c - orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham}

White Horse Inn: by Benatzky and Robert Stolz / Benatzky {Spec Coll - orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham}

White Horse Inn (libr.): musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz) / Benatzky { libr. 03/015 a-b - orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham}

You are my heart's delight {from The Land of Smiles} / Lehár {solo v. : 17/335-3 a - words by Harry Graham}

You are my heart's delight {from The Land of Smiles} / Lehár {solo v. : 17/335-3 b-c - words by Harry Graham}

Grainger, Alice S. (18th-19th c.)

Hear our prayer: sacred song / Chenoweth {17/117.8 - words by Alice S. Grainger}

Grant, Alexander

Auld Scotland: song (set to an old Gaelic air) / Lemon {16/050-3 [15] - words by Alexander Grant}

A wee bit o' heather: song / Lemon {16/050-3 [14] - words by Alexander Grant}

Grant, Anne, of Carron (1745-1814) Scottish

Roy's wife o' Aldivalloch / Anon. {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[38] - words by Mrs Grant}

Grant, Douglas

Old Barty: song / Grant {17/229.7 - words by Douglas Grant}

Grant, Ian

You've done something to my heart / Gay {solo v. : 17/211-5 - words by Frank Eyton & Ian Grant}

Graves, Alfred Perceval (1846-1931) Irish

Father O'Flynn: old Irish melody / Stanford {solo v. : 17/529-4 a,c - words by A. P. Graves}

Father O'Flynn: old Irish melody / Stanford {solo v. : 17/529-4 b - words by A. P. Graves}

Father O'Flynn: old Irish melody / Stanford {solo v. : 17/529-4 c - words by A. P. Graves}

Hush song: Irish air / Stanford {17/529-5 - words by A. P. Graves}

Greenaway, John

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed v. / Strauss II {07/035-6 - words by John Greenaway}

Tales of the Vienna Forest: choral waltz transcr. for mixed chor. & orch. / Strauss II { p. voc. + sol-fa 15/058 - words by John Greenaway}

Greenbank, Harry (1865-1899) English

The Geisha (A story of a tea house): Japanese musical play in 2 acts / Jones {07/014 a-c - lyrics by Harry Greenbank}

Jack's the Boy: [song] / Monckton {16/040 [7/1] - words by Harry Greenbank}

San Toy, or The Emperor's Own: Chinese musical comedy / Jones {07/014-2 - words by Edward Morton; lyrics by Harry Greenbank & Adrian Ross}

Greenbank, Percy (1878-1968) English

Daffodil time {from The Belle of Brittany}: song / Talbot {10/045-8.1[13] - words by Percy Greenbank}

The street singer {from Heart's Desire} / Fraser-Simson {solo v. : 16/020(12) [1] - words by Percy Greenbank}

Trot here and there: duet [sop. & bar.] / Messager {18/103 - words by Lilian Eldée & Percy Greenbank}

Gregory, Padraic (1886-1962) Anglo-Irish

Padraic the fidiler: [unison song] / Gibbs { p. voc. + sol-fa 17/219-10 - poem by Padraic Gregory}

Grenfell, Joyce (1910-1979) English

I'm going to see you today / Addinsell {solo v. : 17/004.5-2 - words by Joyce Grenfell}

My heart's light as air / Addinsell {solo v. : 17/004.5-1 - words by Joyce Grenfell}

Old tyme dancing & The whizzer / Addinsell {solo v. : 17/004.5-3 - words by Joyce Grenfell}

Grey, Clifford (1887-1941) English

If you were the only girl In the world / Ayer {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/021.5-1 - words by Clifford Grey}

My world is gold (Because you love me) / Tauber {solo v. : 17/548-2 - lyric by Clifford Grey}

Play, gipsy, play! {from Maritza} / Kálmán {solo v. : 17/309 - Eng. lyrics by Clifford Grey & N. Foley}

The white dove {from The Rogue Song}: song / Lehár {17/335-2 a-b - words by Clifford Grey}

Grist, William

Yes, they call me Mimi (Sì, mi chiamano Mimì) {from La Bohème}: [sop. aria] / Puccini {sop. : 17/457-7 c - Eng. words William Grist}

Groth Klaus (1819-1899) German

O wüsst' ich doch den Weg zurück (Oh that I might retrace the way) Op. 63 No. 8 / Brahms {mez./ bar. : 17/099-2 - text: Klaus Groth}

Grundy, Sydney (1848-1914) English

Haddon Hall / Sullivan {07/040-3 - librettist: Sydney Grundy}

Guernsey, Wellington (1817-1885) Irish

Alice where art thou: romance / Ascher {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/017-1 - words by Wellington Guernsey}

Guinand, Edouard (1838-1909 French

Berceuse: song / Chaminade {17/116-2 - poésie de Ed. Guinand; Eng. Eugene Oudin}

L'Enfant Prodigue: cantata / Debussy {01/031 - words by E. Guinand}

L'Été / Chaminade {solo v. : 17/115 b - words by Ed. Guinand; Eng. words by Clifton Bingham}

Guise, Helene (20th c.) English

On wings of song (Auf Flügeln des Gesanges) Op. 34 no. 2 / Mendelssohn {17/394-3 b - Eng. version Helene Guise; German orig. by Heine}

Gumbert, Ferdinand (1818-1896) German

Cecilia - favorite classical songs, vol. 1 / Various {10/045-8.3 [1] - Eng. version Mary A. Robinson; ed. Ferd. Gumbert, Adolf Schimon, Ferd. Sieber, Sophie Seibt}

Cecilia - favorite classical songs, vol. 2 / Various {10/045-8.3 [2] - Eng. version Mary A. Robinson; ed. Ferd. Gumbert, Adolf Schimon, Ferd. Sieber, Sophie Seibt}

Gurney, Dorothy Frances (1858-1932) English

God's garden: sacred song / Lambert {17/328 a - words by D. F. Gurney}

God's garden: sacred song / Lambert {17/328 b-c - words by D. F. Gurney}

Gustafson, Zadel Barnes (1841-1917) American

Sleep and rest: [song] w. cello ad lib. / Ernest {17/183.5 - words by Zadel B. Gustafson}

Gwilym, Dafydd ap (c1315/20-c1350/70) Welsh

Maesaleg: ten. solo / Evans { p. voc. + sol-fa 17/184 - Dafydd ap Gwilym; Eng. words Wil Ifan}

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