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see B., L. L.

L., A. Unknown

see Amelia Lehmann

Laing, Peggy (20th c.) English

The Roman road / Jacobson {solo v. : 17/296.5 - 'poem by Peggy Laing, words by Maurice Jacobson' }

Lally, James (1938- American

see Jimmy Hughes

Lamartine, Alphonse de (1790-1869) French

Au rossignol: harmonie poetique / Gounod {sop./ ten. : 17/224-1 - paroles de A. de Lamartine}

Lamb, Arthur J. (1870-1928) Anglo-American

Asleep in the deep: bass song / Petrie {17/447.5 - words by Arthur J. Lamb}

Landgraf, Ludwig (20th c.) German

Noye's fludde Op. 59: Chester Miracle Play / Britten {06/010-3 a-c - voc. sc. by Imogen Holst, German trans. Ludwig Landgraf}

Landon, H. C. Robbins (1926-2009) American

Six songs Op. 15 / Wood {09/215 - words by Heinrich Heine (1-3,6) and Miss Landon (4.The dying child)}

Landor, Walter Savage (1775-1864) English

O that It were so!: song / Bridge {17/102-2 a-b - words by Walter Savage Landor}

Lane, Gerald (19th-20th c.) English

Carmencita: song / Lane {10/045-6[13] - words & music Gerald Lane}

A song of flowers: song / Lane {16/050-4 [30] - words and music by Gerald Lane}

Larkcom, Agnes (19th-20th c.) English

Louise: song / Charpentier {sop. : 10/045-8.2[7] - Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo}

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): vocal waltz / Bemberg {sop. : 10/045-8.2[6] - Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo}

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): voc. waltz / Bemberg {17/056-2 a-b - words by Agnes Larkcom, from the French of A. Ocampo}

Latour, J.P. Contamine de (1867-1926) French

Mélodies et chansons: piano et chant [25 compositions] / Satie {09/165 - paroles de J.P. Contamine de Latour, Léon-Paul Fargue, Vincent Hyspa et al.}

Lauder, Harry (1870-1950) Scottish

The end of the road / Dillon {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/165 a-b - written by William Dillon & Harry Lauder}

Lawless, Genevieve (19th-20th c.) American

I looked for God and I found Him: song / Spross {17/526.5 - verse by Genevieve Lawless}

Lawrence, Jack (1912-2009) American

Sleepy lagoon: song / Coates {17/127-12 - words by Jack Lawrence}

Lawson, Jan L. (19th-20th c.) Scottish

Herding song {from Songs of the North}: old Highland air / Lawson {17/331-13 - words by Jan L. Lawson; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Lear, Edward (1812-1888) English

The owl and the pussy cat Op. 49: choral version (TTBB) / Koven {18/081 - [words by Edward Lear]}

Leconte de Lisle, Charles-Marie (1818-1894) French

Phidylé / Duparc {solo v. : 17/172 - poésie de Leconte de Lisle}

Ledwidge, Francis Edward (1887-1917) Irish

A blackbird singing {from Over the Rim of the Moon) / Head {17/266-10 a-b - words by Francis Ledwidge}

A blackbird singing {from Over the rim of the Moon) / Head {17/266-10 c-d - words by Francis Ledwidge}

Desire in Spring / Gurney {solo v. : 17/239-4 - words by Francis Ledwidge}

Lee, Bert (1880-1946) English

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile / Weston {solo v. : 17/570.3 - words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee}

Le Fanu, J. Sheridan (1814-1873) Irish

Phaudrig Crohoore Op. 62: Irish ballad / Stanford {choir : 01/070-2 a-c - poem by J. Sheridan Le Fanu}

Lehmann, Amelia (1830-1908) English

Gates of the West: song / Lowthian {10/045-4[24] - written by A[melia] L[ehmann]}

Gates of the West: song / Lowthian {16/050-3 [26] - words by A[melia] L[ehmann]}

Lehmann, Liza (1862-1918) English

The life of a rose: seven short songs / Lehmann {09/111 - words and music by Liza Lehmann}

Leigh, Fred. W. (1871-1924) English

Bright eyes, good-bye!: [song] / Van Alstyne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-5 [29] - written by Harry H. Williams & Fred. W. Leigh}

Rainbow: song / Pether {16/050-5 [4] - written by Fred. W. Leigh}

Leigh, Rowland (1902-1963) Anglo-American

The Dubarry: musical comedy romance (acting edition) / Millöcker {libr. 03/085 - lyrics by Rowland Leigh & Eric Maschwitz; music arr. Theo Makeben & Bernard Grun}

I give my heart: song / Millöcker {17/402 - words by Rowland Leigh; arr. Theo Mackeben}

Lemaire, Ferdinand (1832-1879) French

Amour! Viens aider ma faiblesse! {from Samson et Dalila}: [for mez. & orch.] / Saint-Saëns {orch. sc. 43/007-1 - words by F. Lemaire}

Fair Spring is returning {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {sop./ mez. : 17/486-1 a,c - words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin}

Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix {from Samson et Dalila}: [for mez. & orch.] / Saint-Saëns {orch. sc. 43/007-2 - words by F. Lemaire}

Samson et Dalila: opéra de Ferdinand Lemaire / Saint-Saëns {06/048 a-b}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {contr. : 16/020(1) [1] - words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {17/486-2 a-c - [words by] F Lemaire Eng Eugene Oudin}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {contr. : 17/486-2 d - words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin}

Lemon, Mary Mark- (1853-1884) English

see Mark-Lemon, Mary

Lenau, Nikolaus (1802-1850) Austrian

Thirty songs / Franz {09/073-1 - words by N. Lenau (1-5,8) H. Heine (6,9-13,16,19-25,28) et al.}

Lennox, Lindsay (d.1906) English

The beauteous song: song - with harmonium obbl. (ad lib.) by James Robinson / Barri {10/045-4[21] - written by Lindsay Lennox}

Cathedral voices: song w. organ or harmon. accomp. ad lib. / Bonheur {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/087-2 - words by Lindsay Lennox}

Love's vesper hour: waltz / Bonheur {solo v. : 16/050-2 [8] - piano sc. with lyrics based on Lindsay Lennox's popular song}

Leoncavallo, Ruggiero (1858-1919) Italian

Mattinata / Leoncavallo {2 flutes : 17/340-2 - parole e musica R. Leoncavallo}

Prologue {from Pagliacci) / Leoncavallo {solo v. : 17/340-1 a,c - words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly}

Prologue {from Pagliacci) / Leoncavallo {solo v. : 17/340-1 b - words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly}

'Tis the day (Mattinata) / Leoncavallo {solo v. : 17/340-2.2 - words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. trans. Frederic E. Weatherly}

Lerner, Alan Jay (1918-1986) American

Brigadoon: musical play / Loewe {07/021-3 a-c - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

Brigadoon: musical / Loewe {libr. 03/078-1 a-b - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

Brigadoon {from Brigadoon} / Loewe {solo v. : 17/351-2.1 a-b - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

The heather on the hills {from Brigadoon} / Loewe {solo v. : 17/351-2.2 - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

I could have danced all night {from My Fair Lady} / Loewe {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.1 - words by Alan Jay Lerner}

My fair lady: musical / Loewe {07/021-1 a-b - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

My fair lady: musical / Loewe {libr. 03/078-2 - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

Paint your wagon: musical play / Loewe {07/021-2 - lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner}

Thank Heaven for little girls {from Gigi} / Loewe {solo v. : 17/351-3.1 - words by Alan Jay Lerner}

With a little bit of luck {from My Fair Lady} / Loewe {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.2 a-b - words by Alan Jay Lerner}

Wouldn't it be loverly {from My Fair Lady} / Loewe {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.3 - words by Alan Jay Lerner}

Letts, W. M. (1882-1972) Anglo-Irish

The bold unbiddable child: song / Stanford {17/529-12 - words by W. M. Letts}

The chapel on the hill Op.139: song / Stanford {17/529-1 - poem by W.M. Letts {from Songs from Leinster}}

A soft day Op.140 No. 3: song / Stanford {17/529-7 a,d - words by W.M. Letts; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford}

A soft day Op.140 No. 3: song / Stanford {17/529-7 b-c - words by W.M. Letts; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford}

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3: song / Stanford {17/529-9 a-c - poem by W.M. Letts}

Lever, Sydney Sybella (1849-1887) Irish

Prithee, maiden: song / Thomas {10/045-9[20] - words by Sydney Lever}

Levis, Carroll (1910-1968) English

I'm in love with a song / Leonard {solo v. : 17/339.5 - words by Carroll Levis}

Levis, Edith Sterling- (1881-1971) Australian

see Edith Sterling-Levis

Leweck, Gustave Wilhelm (1848-1915) American

see Williams, Gus

Lewis, Al (1901-1967) American

Blueberry hill / Rose {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3 - lyrics by Al Lewis & Larry Stock}

Lewis, Matthew Gregory (1775-1818) English

Banks of Allan Water: part-song, arr. for 4 male v. (ATTB) / Cantor {18/031 a-c - words by M. G. Lewes [sic]}

The banks of Allan Water / Horn {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[28] - words by M. G. Lewis}

Ley, Evelyn (19th-20th c.) English

Savernake, or The Professor's Dilemma: fairy play / Ley {child. v. : 07/019 - words by Evelyn Ley}

Leybourne, George (1842-1884) English

Sarah's gone and left me; or The catsmeat man: [song and chorus] / Birtchnell {16/050-1[13] - written by Geo. Leybourne}

Liebling, Leonard (1874-1945) American

Invitation to the dance: for coloratura v. with flute ad lib. / Weber {set 17/567-1.1 - words by Leonard Liebling; arr. Estelle Liebling}

Lindsay, Lady Anne (1750-1825) Scottish

In the woods / Austin {solo v. : 17/021 - words by Lady Lindsay}

Lindsay, Maria (1827-1898) English

Far away: song / Lindsay {10/045-4[17] - poetry from Summer Songs of Country Life by M. Lindsay (Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss)}

Livingstone, Peter (19th c.) Unknown

A guid New Year to ane an' a': song and [SATB] chorus / Hume {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[29] - words by P. Livingstone}

Lockton, Edward Frederick (1876-1940) English

see also Teschemacher, Edward

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp. / Day {17/151 a - words by Edward Lockton}

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp. / Day {17/151 b - words by Edward Lockton}

Arise, O Sun: song, w. organ accomp. / Day {17/151 c-e - words by Edward Lockton}

Arise, O Sun: voc. duet / Day {mez. & contr./ bar. : 18/041 a - words by Edward Lockton}

Arise, O Sun: voc. duet / Day {mez. & contr./ bar. : 18/041 b-c - words by Edward Lockton}

Beware of the maidens: song / Day {17/151-2 - words by Edward Lockton}

The celebrated waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} / Gounod {16/020(3) [2] - Eng. words by Edward Lockton}

The fairy tales of Ireland: song / Coates {17/127-2 - words by Edward Lockton}

First song album / Thompson {09/195 - words by Edward Lockton et al.}

  1. Rose of the World 2. Little bit of a man 3. Just because of you 4. The bells of Little Weston 5. April in a gown of blue

The gay highway: song / Drummond {17/168.5 - words by Edward Lockton}

Gentlemen, good-night!: song / Longstaffe {17/354-4 - words by Edward Lockton}

Give thanks and sing: sacred song / Harris {17/257 - words by Edward Lockton}

He giveth his beloved sleep: song / Jenkins {17/298.9 - lyric by Edward Lockton}

I'll walk beside you: song / Murray {17/423 a,c,g - words by Edward Lockton}

I'll walk beside you: song / Murray {17/423 b,d-f - words by Edward Lockton}

I'll walk beside you: song / Murray {18/108 - words by Edward Lockton}

The little blue sun bonnet / Hemery {solo v. : 17/268 - words by Edward Lockton}

Sing, sing, blackbird Op. 30 No. 1: song / Phillips {17/448-6 - words by Edward Lockton}

Songs from Memory-Land: [4 songs] / Tate {09/191 - words by Edward Lockton}

  1. Memory-Land 2. In the dusk 3. That hour with you 4. All roads lead home

Vienna, city of my dreams (Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume): song / Sieczynski {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/515 a-b - Eng. words Edward Lockton}

A Warwickshire wooing: song / James {17/297-3 - words by Edward Lockton}

When the great red dawn is shining: song / Sharpe {solo v. : 17/508-2 - words by Edward Lockton}

When the home-bells ring again: song / Wood {17/590-12 - words by Edward Lockton}

Your England and mine: song / Simpson {17/518 a - words by Edward Lockton}

Your England and mine: song / Simpson {17/518 b - words by Edward Lockton}

Lockwood, Elisabeth M (b.1856) English

Cradle song (Berceuse) / Järnefelt {solo v. : 17/298 - Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood}

Ruhe, Süssliebchen (Rest thee, my darling) Op. 33 no. 9 / Brahms {solo v. : 17/099-8 - words by L. Tieck; Eng. trans. E. M. Lockwood}

Twenty famous songs, vol. 1: new ed. w. rev. translations / Brahms {09/025-7(1) a,d - Eng. Elisabeth M. Lockwood, Fre. Victor Wilder}

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum) / Schumann {solo v. : 17/499-1 a,c - Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood}

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum) / Schumann {solo v. : 17/499-1 b - Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood}

Loesser, Frank (1948- English

Guys and dolls: [musical] / Loesser {07/020-1 - lyrics by Frank Loesser}

On a slow boat to China / Loesser {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/350.5-1 a-b - words and music by Frank Loesser}

Wonderful Copenhagen {from Hans Christian Andersen} / Loesser {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/350.5-2 - [words and music] by Frank Loesser}

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882) American

The arrow and the song: serenade / Balfe {solo v. : 17/026-4 - poetry by Longfellow}

The Bridge: [song] / Lindsay {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-3 [17] - written by H W Longfellow}

The day is done: duet / Löhr {18/087 - words by Longfellow}

The death of Minnehaha Op. 30 No. 2: cantata for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-2(2) a-b - words by H.W. Longfellow}

Excelsior: duet / Balfe {18/011 a-b - poetry by Longfellow}

The golden legend: cantata / Sullivan {01/073 a-c - adapt. from the poem of Longfellow by Joseph Bennett}

Good night! Good night! beloved!: serenade / Balfe {solo v. : 17/026-3 - poetry by Longfellow}

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-2(3) a - words by Longfellow}

Hiawatha's departure Op. 30 No. 3: cantata for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-2(3) b-c - words by Longfellow}

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-2(1) a-b - words by H.W. Longfellow}

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-2(1) c-d - words by Longfellow}

Hiawatha's wedding feast Op. 30 No. 1: cantata for ten. solo, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {sol-fa only 44/011-1 - words by H.W. Longfellow}

If thou art sleeping, maiden, awake!: song / Gounod {10/045-9[18] - words by Longfellow}

Living poems: song / Batten {17/042 - words by Longfellow}

Onaway, awake, beloved {from Hiawatha}: song / Coleridge-Taylor {10/087[4] - written by Longfellow}

Onaway! Awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha's Wedding Feast}: song / Coleridge-Taylor {17/133-6 - verse by Longfellow}

Onaway, awake, beloved! {from Hiawatha}: song / Cowen {17/140-2 - written by Longfellow}

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

A psalm of life / Cowen {solo v. : 17/140-3 - words by Longfellow}

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}

Scenes from the Song of Hiawatha Op. 30: for sop. ten. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-2 a-b - words by H.W. Longfellow}

  1. Hiawatha's wedding feast 2. The death of Minnehaha 3. Hiawatha's departure

Ships that pass in the night: song / Stephenson {17/531.5-2 - words by Longfellow}

Spring had come (Kam der Lenz mit seinem Glanze) Op. 30 No. 4 / Coleridge-Taylor {solo v. : 17/133-2 - words by H.W. Longfellow}

Two angels / Romer {solo v. : 10/045-4[20] - poetry by Longfellow}

The village blacksmith: song / Weiss {17/569.5 a - words by Longfellow}

The village blacksmith: song / Weiss {17/569.5 b - words by Longfellow}

Longstaffe, Ernest (1884-1958) English

Here come the Guards: song / Longstaffe {17/354-2 a - words and music Ernest Longstaffe}

Here come the Guards: song / Longstaffe {17/354-2 b - words and music Ernest Longstaffe}

Oh Sarah! Oh 'Enery!: humorous ('yokel') duet for lady & gentleman / Longstaffe {18/089}

When the sergeant major's on parade: song / Longstaffe {17/354-1 a - words and music Ernest Longstaffe}

When the sergeant major's on parade: song / Longstaffe {17/354-1 b - words and music Ernest Longstaffe}

Where's the sergeant?: song / Longstaffe {17/354-3 - words and music Ernest Longstaffe}

Lothar, Rudolf (1865-1943) Austrian

Tiefland (The Lowland): Musikdrama / Albert {06/014.5 - Text von Rudolph Lothar}

Lottman, George D. (19th-20th c.) American

Anchors aweigh: song of the Navy / Zimmerman {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/605-1 - rev. words by George D. Lottman; rev. mus. D. Savino}

Louÿs, Pierre (1870-1925) French

Trois chansons de Bilitis / Debussy {09/057-2 - words by P. Louÿs}

  1. La Flûte de Pan 2. La Chevelure 3. Le Tombeau des Naiades

Lover, Samuel (1797-1868) Anglo-Irish

Barney O'Hea: Irish ballad / Lover {16/050-4 [24] - written & composed by Samuel Lover}

Two little Irish songs / Löhr {17/352-10}

  1. To my first love (words by Edwin Hamilton) 2. You'd better ask me (words by Samuel Lover)

Lucas, Clarence (1866-1947) Canadian

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) / Var. Comp. {16/030(1-4)}

The song of songs (Chanson du coeur brisé): mélodie / Moya {17/417.3 - Eng. words by Clarence Lucas, French by Maurice Vaucaire}

Lucas, St. John (1879-1934) English

Invitation to arise: song / Peel {17/444-5 - words by St John Lucas}

Luck, Katie M. (19th-20th c.) English

Old World dance songs Op. 37: [4 songs] / Phillips {09/141-2 - words by Katie M.Luck}

  1. With courtly grace: gavotte 2. Powder and patches: minuet 3. Sweet Lady Moll: sarabande 4. In the gay olden time: gigue

Luther, Martin (1483-1546) German

The Holy Child: Luther's 'Cradle Hymn' / Martin {solo v. : 17/384-4 a-b - poem by Martin Luther}

Luther's cradle hymn {from Christmas Oratorio} / Bach {solo v. : 17/025-5[2] a-b - words by Martin Luther}

Lynch, Thomas Toke (1818-1871) English

How calmly the evening: two-part song / Elgar {2 sop. : 18/054 - words by T. T. Lynch}

Lyte, Henry Francis (1793-1847) Scottish

Abide with me: sacred song / Liddle {17/344-1 a - words by Henry Francis Lyte}

Abide with me: sacred song / Liddle {17/344-1 b,d - words by Henry Francis Lyte}

Abide with me: sacred song / Liddle {17/344-1 c - words by Henry Francis Lyte}

Abide with me: sacred song / Liddle {17/344-1 e-f - words by Henry Francis Lyte}

Abide with me: favorite sacred song / Liddle {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/344-1.1 - [words by Henry Francis Lyte] arr. Percy Newman}

Praise, my soul, the king of heaven: [unison song, with descant / Goss {17/223.2 - hymn by Henry Francis Lyte}

Lyttleton, Claude (19th-20th c.) English

A dream of Paradise: [song] / Gray {16/050-5 [37] - words by Claude Lyttleton}

A dream of Paradise: song [w. violin & cello obbl.] / Gray {set 17/230-1 - words by Claude Lyttleton}

The heavenly song: with harmon. acc. ad lib. / Gray {solo v. : 17/230-2 - words by Claude Lyttleton}

158 works by 60 writers/librettists, with 7 cross-references

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