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Wednesday 1st February 2023

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A. L. Unknown

see Amelia Lehmann

A. P. Unknown

see Paladilhe, A

A. S. Unknown

see Stanton, A. S.

Abeniacar, Carlo (18th-19th c.) Italian

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

Ablett, Norman Unknown

You never saw my garden: song / Ablett {17/002 - words and music by Norman Ablett}

Abt, Franz (1819-1885) German

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

Acworth, Harry Arbuthnot (1849-1933) English

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

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

Adam, Helen Douglas (1909-1993) Scottish

The little green house / Gretchaninoff {solo v. : 17/232-3 - words by Helen Douglas Adam}

Adams, Joseph H. (1863-1938) English

Galilee / Adams {solo v. : 16/040 [7/10] - words and music by Joseph H, Adams}

Adams, Katharine Unknown

Christ went up into the hills: song / Hageman {17/241-1 - poem by Katharine Adams}

Adams, Sarah Flower (1805-1848) English

Nearer, my God, to Thee: sacred song / Carey {17/113.2 - words by Sarah Flower Adams}

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

Adcock, Almey St John (1894-1986) English

The Dorothy Perkins rose: song / Carew {17/113-2 - words by Almey St John Adcock}

Early in the morning Op. 46 No. 4: song / Phillips {17/448-12 a - words by Almey St John Adcock}

Early in the morning Op. 46 No. 4: song / Phillips {17/448-12 b - words by Almey St John Adcock}

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

Adler, Richard (1921-2012) American

Heart {from Damn Yankees} / Adler {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/005-2 - words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross}

I'm not at all in love / Adler {solo v. : 17/005-1 - words by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross}

Adrian, Walter Unknown

Bird of Spring: song / Dumayne {17/169.3 - words by Walter Adrian}

Agee, James (1909-1955) American

Sure on this shining night Op. 13 no. 3: song / Barber {17/027.8 - words by James Agee}

Agrell, Margery Georgina (1890-1967) English

To one who passed whistling through the night / Gibbs {solo v. : 17/219-2 - words by Margery Agrell}

Aiken, Conrad (1889-1973) American

Music I heard with you / Hageman {solo v. : 17/241-3 - poem by Conrad Aiken}

Alexander, Howard Unknown

Deep in the quiet forest / Henley {solo v. : 17/280 - words by Howard Alexander}

Resting: song / Mayerl {17/391-1 - words by Howard Alexander}

Alexander, Mrs Cecil Frances (1818-1895) Irish

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

There is a green hill far away: sacred song / Gounod {17/226-5 b - words by Mrs C.F. Alexander}

There is a green hill far away: sacred song / Gounod {17/226-5 c - words by Mrs C.F. Alexander}

Allen, Andrew (19th-20th c.) English

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song / Stanley {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/530.2 - written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen}

Allen, Harvey Unknown

One song is in my heart: song / Krips {17/142.6 - words by Harvey Allen}

Allmers, Hermann (1821-1902) German

In summer fields (Feldeinsamkeit / Solitude champêtre) Op. 86 no. 2 / Brahms {solo v. : 17/099-9(2) - words by H. Almers; Eng. trans. Paul England}

Alma-Tadema, Laurence (1865-1940) Anglo-Belgian

see Tadema, Laurence Alma

Alnwick, H. Unknown

Drat 'em! (The shepherd's song) / Tulloch {17/553.8 - words by H. Alnwick}

Ambient, Mark (1860-1937) English

Chorus, gentlemen!: song / Löhr {17/352-1 - words by Mark Ambient}

Amoore, May Unknown

Just a ray of sunlight: song / Squire {17/527-4 - words by May Amoore}

Andersen, Hans Christian (1805-1875) Danish

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

Anderson, Arthur Unknown

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

Anderson, L. Unknown

The crookit bawbee: old ballad / Anderson {voc. duet : 18/005 - addl. words by L. Anderson}

Anderson, Lady (Muriel) Unknown

A dog to walk with me / Wood {solo v. : 17/590-7 - words by Lady (Muriel) Anderson}

Anderson, Maxwell (1888-1959) American

September song {from Knickerbocker Holiday} / Weill {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/568-2 - words by Maxwell Anderson}

Anon. Unknown

As ever I saw / Warlock {solo v. : 10/088[6] - Anon.}

As ever I saw / Warlock {solo v. : 17/563-7 - Anon.}

Away to Twiver / Warlock {solo v. : 17/563-8 - Anon.}

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

The bonnie banks o' Loch Lomon': Jacobite air / Trad. {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[63]}

Bonnie Dundee / Anon. {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[55]}

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

Charlie is my darling / Anon. {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[46]}

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

Come let's be merry / Wilson {solo v. : 17/581-4 - Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson}

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

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

The falcon: for high v. & piano / Ives {17/294.8 - words Anon.}

The Fayrfax carol: SATB div./optional organ / Adès {SATB choir : 18/004}

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

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

Hey, troly loly lo: song / Warlock {10/087[11] - poem Anon. 16th cent.}

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

Hunting Tower: [sop./ten. duet] / Trad. {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[37] - Anon.}

A Hymn to the Virgin Op. 13 No. 2: for voice & harp (or piano). / Rubbra {17/483(2)[1] - Anon.}

A hymn to the Virgin Op. 1 No.1: cantata / Woodgate {bar. : 01/086[1] - Anon.}

I cannot help loving thee: song / Johns {17/299.5 - Anon.}

I have twelve oxen / Ireland {solo v. : 10/089[10] - Anon. (Early English)}

I have twelve oxen / Ireland {solo v. : 17/294-3 a - Anon. (Early English)}

I have twelve oxen / Ireland {solo v. : 17/294-3 b - Anon. (Early English)}

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

I'm owre young to marry yet / Diack {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-13 - Anon.}

An Irish lament / Barkworth {solo v. : 17/029-2 a-c - Anon.}

Jack and Jill: new setting of an old rhyme / Diack {solo v. : 17/162-11 - 'with apologies to Handel'}

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

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

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

Little Jack Horner: new setting of an old rhyme / Diack {solo v. : 17/162-12 - 'with apologies to Handel'}

Love is a Bable: song for bar. v. / Parry {17/442-1 a-b - Anon.}

Love lies asleep in the rose: song / Cowen {10/045-5[8] - Anon.}

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

Noye's fludde: the Chester miracle play / Britten {libr. 03/025-2}

Oh Nancy's hair is yellow like gowd: old Border lilt / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-17(2) - 'poet unknown'}

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

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

Philosophy song: [song] / Emmel {16/050-5 [31] - words Anon.}

Piggesnie: song / Warlock {10/087[12] - words Anon. 16th cent.}

The Queen's Maries {from The New Scottish Orpheus vol. 1}: song / Diack {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-9 - Anon.}

The silver swan: song / Loughborough {17/356-3 - Anon.}

The silver swan / Thiman {solo v. : 17/551-4 a - Anon. (c.1600)}

The silver swan / Thiman {solo v. : 17/551-4 b - Anon. (c.1600)}

The silver swan / Thiman {solo v. : 17/551-4 c - Anon. (c.1600)}

Sing a song of sixpence: new setting of an old rhyme / Diack {solo v. : 17/162-3 - 'with apologies to Handel'}

Snow-flakes: song / Cowen {17/140-4 - Anon.}

Snowflakes (Schneeflocken) / Mallinson {17/378-2 - poem Anon.}

A soldier - his prayer / Besley {solo v. : 17/075-5 - Anon.}

Two Eastern songs / Lang {09/105 a}

  1. Before the dawn (by Laurence Hope) 2. Salaam (Anon.)

Two Eastern songs / Lang {09/105 b}

  1. Before the dawn (by Laurence Hope) 2. Salaam (Anon.)

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

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

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

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

When dull care / Wilson {solo v. : 17/581-5 - Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson}

Willie's gane to Melville Castle / Diack {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-10 - Anon.}

Yarmouth Fair: Norfolk folk-song / Warlock {solo v. : 17/563-10}

Arale, David & Eugene Unknown

Always with my heart: song / Ray {17/466-1 a - words by David & Eugene Arale}

Always with my heart: song / Ray {17/466-1 b - words by David & Eugene Arale}

Arale, Eugene Unknown

Always with my heart: song / Ray {17/466-1 a - words by David & Eugene Arale}

Angus Macdonald: song / Roeckel {17/479-2 b - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Arcy, Burgh d' Unknown

Vale (Farewell): song / Russell {17/484-2 a-b - words by Burgh d'Arcy}

Arkell, Reginald (1882-1959) English

Farewell, my love, farewell {from Frasquita} / Lehár {solo v. : 16/020(4) [2] - words by Reginald Arkell}

Armitage, Reginald Moxon (1898-1954) English

see Gay, Noel

Arnold, A. S. Unknown

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

Arthurs, George (1875-1944) English

The beautiful lady: [concerted song] / Clarke {17/121.5 - written by George Arthurs}

Asche, Oscar (1871-1936) Australian

Chu Chin Chow: musical tale of the East / Norton {07/023.5 - words by Oscar Asche}

Chu Chin Chow: musical tale of the East / Norton {libr. 03/095 - told by Oscar Asche}

The Cobbler's song {from Chu Chin Chow} / Norton {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/430 - words by Oscar Asche}

Ashley, Walter Unknown

A windy day: song / Hyland {17/293.7 - words by Walter Ashley}

Atkins, Ivor (Sir) (1869-1953) English

Requiem Op. 45: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Brahms {02/022 a-c - ed. John E. West; Eng. version Ivor Atkins}

Te Deum: [for mixed chor., orch. & org.] / Haydn {org. + voc. sc. 02/054-5 a - organ arr. & Eng adapt. by Ivor Atkins}

Atkinson, J. Dean Unknown

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

Attenborough, Florence Gertrude (1867-1958) English

see Chrystabel

Auber, Harriet (1773-1862) English

Our blest Redeemer: sacred song / Dunkley {17/170.8 - words by Harriet Auber}

Auden, Wystan Hugh (1907-1973) Anglo-American

The Bassarids: opera seria / Henze {libr. 03/065 - by W. H. Auden & Chester Kallman}

Hymn to St Cecilia Op. 27: unaccomp. chor. / Britten {01/023-3 a-b - words by W.H. Auden}

Audigier, Georges (1863-1925) French

Les anges pleurent!: rondel / Bemberg {17/056-1 - poésie de Georges Audigier}

Austin, John (1613-1669) English

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

Aveling, Claude (1869-1943) English

Come back to Sorrento (Torna a Surriento) / Curtis {solo v. : 17/144 a-b - words by G. B. De Curtis; Eng. version Claude Aveling}

Come back to Sorrento (Torna a Surriento) / Curtis {solo v. : 17/144 c-d - words by G. B. De Curtis; Eng. version Claude Aveling}

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

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

Cradle song (Wiegenlied) / Brahms {17/098-5 a - Eng. version Claude Aveling}

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

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

Operatic album: baritone: [6 arias, by Verdi, Wagner, Mozart, Ponchielli, Rossini] / Var. Comp. {14/011-2 - Eng. versions by Claude Aveling et al.}

124 works by 49 writers/librettists, with 6 cross-references

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