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John_Masefield

Sunday 25th February 2024

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M., E. H. W. Unknown

see E H W Meyerstein

Mac Cathmhaoil, Seosamh (1879-1944) Irish

see also Joseph Campbell

I will go with my father a-ploughing / Gurney {solo v. : 17/239-1 - words by Seosamh Mac Cathmhaoil}

MacDonald, Ballard (1882-1935) American

Beautiful Ohio: song / Earl {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/175 - words by Ballard MacDonald}

MacDonald, George (1824-1905) Scottish

The auld fisher / MacCunn {solo v. : 17/364-1 a - words by George Macdonald}

The auld fisher / MacCunn {solo v. : 17/364-1 b - words by George Macdonald}

My boat glides with the gliding stream Op. 44 No. 1: quartet (SCTB) / Dunhill {18/051 - words by George MacDonald}

MacDonell, Alice C. (1854-1938) Scottish

Sons of the Empire: song / Mascheroni {17/388-3 - words by Alice C. Mac Donell}

MacFarlane, Malcolm (1853-1931) Scottish

Mo dhachaidh (My ain house) / Moffat {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/405.5-2 - Gaelic from Malcolm MacFarlane, Scots by Alexander Stewart}

Macfarren, Natalia (1827-1916) Anglo-German

Lucia de Lammermoor / Donizetti {06/015-1 d - [Eng. words by N. Macfarren]}

Lullaby (Wiegenlied) / Mozart {17/419-9 - Eng. version Lady Macfarren}

Oberon: opera in 3 acts / Weber {06/076 - written by J. R. Planché; ed. Natalia Macfarren}

Seven children's songs Op. 61 / Grieg {09/081-3 - Eng. by Lady Macfarren}

Songs my mother taught me (Als die alte Mutter): song, from the gipsy melodies / Dvorák {17/174-1 a - Eng. words Natalia Macfarren}

Ye Cupids and Graces {from Alessandro}: inc. recit. Alexander's Course of Glory / Handel {sop. : 17/252-4 - Eng. words Lady Macfarren}

Mack, Cecil (1875-1944) American

Teasing: song / Von Tilzer {16/050-5 [11] - words by Cecil Mack}

Mackay, Charles (1814-1889) Scottish

I come from the beauiful Rhine: song / Mori {10/045-4[22] - poetry by Charles Mackay}

Rolling home to bonnie Scotland: song / Farban {16/050-4 [6] - poetry by C. Mackay}

There's a land: song / Allitsen {10/045-7[11] - words by Charles Mackay & Agnes M. Silby}

There's a land: song / Allitsen {16/050-3 [2] - words by Charles Mackay}

There's a land: song / Allitsen {17/008-4 a-b - words by Charles Mackay & Agnes M. Silby}

Mackay, George Eric (1851-1898) English

Eleanore: song / Coleridge-Taylor {10/087[5] - poem by Eric Mackay}

Mackay, John Henry (1864-1933) Scottish-German

Morgen (Tomorrow) {from Vier Lieder Op. 27} / Strauss {17/538-3(4) - text: John Henry Mackay; Eng. words John Bernhoff}

Mackay, Mary (aka Minnie Mackey) (1855-1924) English

see Marie Corelli

Maclagan, Alexander (1811-1879) Scottish

The bonnie wells o' Wearie / Grieve {solo v. : 17/237 a - words by Alex. Maclagan}

The bonnie wells o' Wearie / Grieve {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/237 b - words by Alex. Maclagan}

MacLeish, Ian (20th c.) Scottish

O ho ro, mo chailin donn / Cameron {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/109.8 - Gaelic by D. Nicholson; Eng. words & p. arr. Ian MacLeish}

Macleod, Fiona (1855-1905) Scottish

see also William Sharp

Faery song {from The Immortal Hour} / Boughton {17/092-1 a - poem by Fiona Macleod}

Faery song {from The Immortal Hour} / Boughton {17/092-1 b - poem by Fiona Macleod}

MacLeod, (Rev.) Kenneth (1871-1955) Scottish

The Bens of Jura (An t-Iarla Diùrach) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-5 - arr. with Gaelic & Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Deirdre's farewell to Scotland (Deirdre a' fagail na h-Albann) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-2 - arr. with Gaelic & Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-3 a-b - arr. with Gaelic & Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-3 c - arr. with Gaelic & Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-3 d-f - arr. with Gaelic & Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Four Hebridean love lilts / Kennedy-Fraser {09/100-3 - arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

  1. An Eriskay love lilt 2. A Barra love lilt 3. The island herdmaid 4. Pulling the sea-dulse

Harris love lament (Ailean Doon) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-1 - arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Hebridean mother's song (Gur milis Morag) / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-14 - arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words (from Ann Macneil, with melody) by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

In Hebrid seas (Heman dubh ): ancient waulking song / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-4 - arr. with Gaelic & Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall) / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-16 - Eng. and Gaelic (from Frances Tolmie) by K. MacLeod arr. M. Kennedy-Fraser}

The potato liftin' (Or a bhonnagan): grandame's lilt / Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : 17/316-9 - Gaelic from Annie Johnson arr. with Eng. words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Rannoch herding song (An druimionn dubh): Agyllshire air / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-6 - Gaelic ed. K. MacLeod set to Lowland Scots by Tannahill arr. M. Kennedy-Fraser}

The road to the Isles: tramping song / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 7 e - Gaelic from K. MacLeod arr. with Eng. words by M. Kennedy-Fraser}

The road to the Isles: tramping song / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316-7 a-d - Gaelic from K. MacLeod arr. with Eng. words by M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 1 / Kennedy-Fraser {09/100(1) a - arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

  1. The Christ-Child's lullaby 2. Kishmul's gallery 3. The sea-gull of the land-under-waves 4. An island sheiling song 5. A Hebridean sea-reiver's song 6. A fairy's love song 7. Skye fisher's song 8. Milking croon 9. A churning lilt 10. Spinning song 11. In Hebrid seas 12. Death croon

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 1 / Kennedy-Fraser {09/100(1) b-c - arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

  1. The Christ-Child's lullaby 2. Kishmul's gallery 3. The sea-gull of the land-under-waves 4. An island sheiling song 5. A Hebridean sea-reiver's song 6. A fairy's love song 7. Skye fisher's song 8. Milking croon 9. A churning lilt 10. Spinning song 11. In Hebrid seas 12. Death croon

Twelve selected songs of the Hebrides: from Vol. 2 / Kennedy-Fraser {09/100(2) a-b - arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Macnamara, Francis (1886-1946) Irish

Carol of Jesus child / Hughes {solo v. : 17/290-6 - poem by Francis Macnamara}

Macneill, Hector (1746-1818) Scottish

Come under my plaidie / Anon. {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[52] - words by Hector Macneil}

Jeannie's black e'e / Anon. {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[48] - words by Hector Macneil}

My boy Tammy / Anon. {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[43] - words by Macneil}

Maeterlinck, Maurice (1862-1949) Belgian

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

Mainwairing, Anthony (19th-20th c.) English

Faith: song / Carne {17/113.7-3 a - words by Anthony Manwairing}

Faith: song / Carne {17/113.7-3 b - words by Anthony Manwairing}

My dearest wish: song / Carne {17/113.7-2 - words by Anthony Mannering [sic]}

Mair, Pegeen (19th-20th c.) Anglo-Irish

My heart has gone rolling away: song / Gerrard {17/215 - words by Pegeen Mair}

Mallet (or Malloch), David (c1705-1765) Scottish

O Peace, thou fairest child of Heaven {poem from Alfred} / Arne {solo v. : 17/016-8 a-b - words by James Thomson and David Mallet}

Mandel, Frank (1884-1958) American

The Desert Song: musical play / Romberg {07/030-1 a-b - lyrics by Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II & Frank Mandel}

Mann, William (1924-1989) English

Götterdämmerung (libr.) / Wagner {libr. 03/178-5 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Das Rheingold (libr.) / Wagner {libr. 03/178-3 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Siegfried (libr.) / Wagner {libr. 03/178-2 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Die Walküre (libr.) / Wagner {libr. 03/178-4 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Mannering, Anthony (19th-20th c.) English

see Mainwairing, Anthony

Maquarie, Arthur (1874-1955) Australian

Autumn evening Op. 14 No. 1 / Quilter {solo v. : 09/147-3[1] - words by Arthur Maquarie}

Marble, E. S. (19th c.) English

Eileen Alannah: [song] / Thomas {16/050-4 [19] - written by E. S. Marble}

Eileen Alannah / Thomas {mez./ bar. : 17/552.3 - words by E. S. Marble}

Marcello, Marco Marcelliano (1818-1865) Italian

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): [song] / Lucantoni {15/021[2] - Ital. words M. Marcello; Eng. trans. Theo Marzials}

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): voc. duet (mez. & bar.) / Lucantoni {18/091 - orig. M. Marcello; Eng. words Theo. Marzials}

La serenata: légende valaque - [chanson] avec v'celle ou violon / Braga {10/045-4[13] - poésie de M. M. Marcello}

Marchant, Frank (20th c.) Unknown

The sweetest time of the year: song / Henman {17/281-2 - lyric by Frank Marchant & Henrik Ege}

Mare, Walter de la (1873-1956) English

Ann's cradle song / Gibbs {17/219-11 - words by Walter de la Mare}

Done for / Fiske {solo v. : 17/192.5-2 - words by Walter de la Mare}

Dream song / Hely-Hutchinson {17/267-2 a-b - words by Walter de la Mare}

Epitaph / Sheldon {solo v. : 17/511 - words by Walter De La Mare}

An epitaph {from Two Songs} / Swinburne {17/546.3(1) - words by Walter de la Mare}

Five eyes: 2-part song for trebles and altos / Gibbs {p. voc. + sol-fa 15/038.3 - words by Walter de la Mare}

Five songs / Berkeley {med. v. : 09/016 - words by Walter de la Mare}

  1. The horseman 2. Mistletoe 3. Poor Henry 4. The song of the soldiers 5. Silver

King David / Howells {solo v. : 17/289.5 - words by Walter De La Mare}

The old soldier / Hely-Hutchinson {solo v. : 17/267 - words by Walter de la Mare}

Silence: choral fagment / Goossens {01/044 - words by Walter De La Mare}

Silver Op. 30 No. 2 / Gibbs {solo v. : 17/219-7 - words by Walter de la Mare}

A song of shadows Op. 9 No. 5 / Gibbs {17/219-8 - words by Walter de la Mare}

Mariott, Mary (19th-20th c.) English

The dawn wIll bring a brighter day: song / Del Riego {17/156-8 - words by Mary Mariott}

Mark-Lemon, Mary (1853-1884) English

Carrier John: song / Pinsuti {16/050-4 [1] - words by Mary Mark-Lemon}

Daddy: song / Behrend {16/050-3 [28] - words by Mary Mark Lemon}

Golden love: song / Wellings {10/045-4[8] - words by Mary Mark-Lemon}

Marlowe, Christopher (1564-1593) English

Come live with me {from Semele} / Handel {bar. : 17/250-7 - Christopher Marlowe}

Come to me soothing Sleep {from Otho} / Handel {bar. : 17/252-14 a-b}

Invitation to Arcady / Walters {solo v. : 17/560 - words by Christopher Marlowe}

Marsland, Nancie B. (19th-20th c.) English

Almond blossoms {from Moon Magic} / Arundale {solo v. : 10/045-8.1[16] - words by Nancie B. Marsland}

Flowering trees Op. 31 / Phillips {solo v. : 09/141-1 - words by Nancie B. Marsland}

  1. Lilac 2. Laburnum 3. Hawthorn 4. Crab-apple

Nightfall at sea {from Sea Echoes} / Phillips {solo v. : 17/448-17 - words by Nancie B. Marsland}

Sea echoes: [3 songs] / Phillips {09/141-3 - words by N. B. Marsland}

  1. Nightfall at sea 2. If we sailed away 3. Waves

Songs of joy Op. 24: [song cycle] / Phillips {10/045-8.4[1] - words by Nancie B. Marshland and Nora C. Usher}

  1. Every morning 2. The little good people 3. Lve's spell 4. Sing, joyous bird

Marston, Philip Bourke (1850-1887) English

After: song / Elgar {17/178-8 - words by Philip Bourke Marston}

Song album vol. 8 for high v.: My garden: song cycle [7 songs] / Mallinson {09/119(8) - words by Philip Bourke Marston}

Martens, Frederick H. (1874-1932) American

Pastures of the soul / Carreau {solo v. : 17/114 - words by Frederick H. Martens}

Martin, Martha (19th-20th c.) American

Thy heart is like a gentle stream: song / Woodman {17/593-3 - [words by] Martha Martin}

Martínez Sierra, Gregorio (1881-1947) Spanish

El amor brujo (L'amour sorcier): piano et chant / Falla {p. solo : 21/132-4 - ballet en 1 acte de G. Martínez Sierra}

Marvell, Holt (1901-1969) English

see also Maschwitz, Eric

Good-Night Vienna: romantic musical play / Posford {07/027-1 a-b - lyrics by Holt Marvell [and H.V. Purcell]}

Good-night Vienna {from Good-Night Vienna} / Posford {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455.3 - lyric by Holt Marvell}

Marvell, John Unknown

A parting prayer: song / Brahe {17/096-5 - lyric by John Marvell}

Marzials, Theo (1850-1920) English

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): [song] / Lucantoni {15/021[2] - Ital. words M. Marcello; Eng. trans. Theo Marzials}

Albums of songs vol. 1: [23 songs] / Grieg {09/081[1] - Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan}

Albums of songs vol. 2: [20 songs, incl. 6 from 'Reminiscnces of mountain and fiord'] / Grieg {09/081[2] - Eng. words Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan}

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis} / Lully {solo v. : 17/337-3 a - Eng. by Theo Marzials}

Bois épais (Sombre woods) {from Amadis} / Lully {solo v. : 17/337-3 b - Eng. by Theo Marzials}

Hear me, ye winds and waves! {from Scipio}: inc. recit. From the rage of the tempest {from Julius Caesar} / Handel {solo v. : 17/250-8 a-b - words of recit. Theo. Marzials}

Last night: song / Kjerulf {10/045-5[9] - Ger. words by Christian Winther; Eng. by T. Marzials}

A night in Venice (Una notte in Venezia): voc. duet (mez. & bar.) / Lucantoni {18/091 - orig. M. Marcello; Eng. words Theo. Marzials}

O vision entrancing! {from Esmeralda}: song / Thomas {10/087[18] - words by Theo. Marzials}

A summer night (Une nuit de mai) / Thomas {solo v. : 17/552-5 a - words by Theo. Marzials}

A summer night (Une nuit de mai) / Thomas {solo v. : 17/552-5 b - words by Theo. Marzials}

Maschwitz, (Albert) Eric (1901-1969) English

see also Holt Marvell

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

The Mardi Gras: song / Maschwitz {17/388.5-1 - words by Maschwitz & Leo Towers}

A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square / Sherwin {solo v. : 17/511.7 a-b - lyric by Eric Maschwitz}

Pink Champagne: new version of Die Fledermaus [operetta] / Strauss II {07/035-4 a-c - adapted by Eric Maschwitz & Bernard Grun}

Pink Champagne (libr.): new adaptation of Die Fledermaus [operetta] / Strauss II {libr. 03/150-2 - lyrics adapt. Eric Maschwitz}

Summer song: story of the New World / Dvorák {07/008.7 - lyrics by Eric Maschwitz}

These foolish things: song / Strachey {17/533.7-2 a-b - words by Eric Maschwitz}

Masefield, John (1878-1967) English

Captain Stratton's fancy: song / Warlock {17/563-1 - words by John Masefield}

The Coming of Christ: mystery play [cantata] / Holst {01/051-2 - written by John Masefield}

News from Whydah: ballad / Gardiner {choir : 01/042 - words by John Masefield}

Roadways: song / Löhr {17/352-8 - words by John Masefield}

Sea fever: song / Ireland {17/294-6 a - words by John Masefield}

Sea fever: song / Ireland {17/294-6 b - words by John Masefield}

Tewkesbury road: song / Wightman {17/573-2 - words by John Masefield}

Third mate: song / Hickey {17/284.7 - words by John Masefield}

This is a sacred city (By a bier-side) / Gibbs {solo v. : 17/219-6 a-b - words by John Masefield}

Three salt-water ballads, 1st set / Keel {09/099(1) - words by John Masefield}

  1. Port of many ships 2. Trade winds 3. Mother Carey

To-morrow {from Salt-water ballads}: song / Keel {17/312-2 - words by John Masefield}

Twilight: song for med. v. & piano / Moule-Evans {17/415.5 - words by John Masefield}

Twilight it is: song / Wightman {17/573 - words by John Masefield}

Mason, William (1829-1908) American

Two- and three-part inventions / Bach {p. solo : 21/015-3.0 - ed. William Mason}

Massie, Chris (19th-20th c.) English

I love my God and He loves me / Bullock {solo v. : 17/105.6 - words by Chris Massie}

Masters, J. R. (Mrs) (19th-20th c.) American

Rosalie Op. 161 No. 2: chansonette (mez. or bar.) / Koven {17/322.5 - words by Mrs J. R. Masters}

Matthison, Arthur (1826-1883) English

The little hero: song / Adams {17/004-11 - words by Arthur Matthison}

Mignon's song {from Mignon} / Thomas {mez. : 10/045-9[2] - Eng. version Arthur Matthison}

Mattison, Alf (19th-20th c.) English

Doing our bit at home / Corbett {solo v. : 17/138 - words by Alf Mattison}

Maughan, Henry Neville (19th-20th c.) English

The Knight of Bethlehem {from The Husband of Poverty}: St Francis song / Thomson {17/552.5 - words by H. Neville Maughan}

Maunder, I. M. (19th-20th c.) English

The fiddler / Peterkin {solo v. : 17/447-1 - words by I. M. Maunder}

May, Winifred (19th-20th c.) English

Fisher lad: song / Day {17/151-3 - words by Winifred May}

Olwen: song / Williams {17/577 - words by Winifred May}

Silent night: trad. carol w. hamonised refrain / Nicholls {17/428-1 - words by Winifred May}

Spring is a lovely lady Op. 56 No. 4: song / Phillips {17/448-16 - words by Winifred May}

Mazzoni, Pietro (19th-20th c.) Italian

Ave Maria: song (founded on Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana) / Mascagni {10/045-5[10] - Ital. by P. Mazzoni; Eng. by Fred. E. Weatherley}

Ave Maria {adapt. from Cavalleria Rusticana} / Mascagni {solo v. : 17/387-2 a-b - Ital. by P. Mazzoni; Eng. by Fred E. Weatherly}

For all eternity (Eternamente): song / Mascheroni {17/388-2 a - paroli di Pietro Mazzoni; Eng. words S.A. Herbert}

For all eternity (Eternamente): song / Mascheroni {17/388-2 b-c - paroli di Pietro Mazzoni; Eng. words S.A. Herbert}

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

McCall, Patrick Joseph ('J. P.') (1861-1919) Irish

Little red hen: folk tale from the Irish / Peterkin {solo v. : 17/447-3 - words by J. P. [ie P. J.] McCall}

McClellan, Mr (18th c.) Scottish

Sweet pretty bird {from the cantata The Redbreast}: sop. aria / Stanley {17/530 - words by Mr McClellan}

McDermaid, Louise (19th-20th c.) English

A blackbird's song: song / Sanderson {17/488-1 - words by Louise McDermaid}

McDonald, J. Anthony (19th-20th c.) Unknown

The piper of love: song / Carew {17/113-3 - words by J. Anthony McDonald}

McEachern, Malcolm (1883-1945) Australian

see Jetsam, Mr

McGill, Alec (19th c.) Scottish

When the Guards go marching by!: song / Barker {17/028-2 - words by Alec McGill}

McGrath, Toni (20th c.) Unknown

Nocturne: song / Saunders {17/492 - words by Toni McGrath}

McLaren, J. Wilson (19th c.) Scottish

Shouggie shou, my bairnie: mither's sang / Henschel {17/283 - words by J. Wilson McLaren}

Meder, Erich (1897-1966) Austrian

Don't be cross (Sei nicht bös') {from Der Obersteiger} / Zeller {solo v. : 17/600-1 a-b - Eng. words Peter Carroll; Ger. words Erich Meder}

Meilhac, Henri (1831-1897) French

Songs from the great operettas: 38 songs from 14 operettas / Offenbach {09/129 - words by Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halévy et al.}

Melville, G.J. Whyte- (1821-1878) Scottish

see George John Whyte-Melville

Mercer, John Herndon ('Johnny') (1909-1976) American

Blues in the night (My mama done tol' me) / Arlen {solo v. : 17/014-2 - words by Johnny Mercer}

Seven brides for seven brothers: song album / De Paul {09/137 - lyric by Johnny Mercer}

That old black magic / Arlen {solo v. : 17/014-3 - words by Johnny Mercer}

Mercier, Marianne Wilhelmine (18th c.) French

see Marianne Stevens

Merrick, Norman Unknown

Won't you come roving?: song / Bateman {17/040 - words by Norman Merrick}

Meyerstein, Edward Harry William (1889-1952) English

Madam Noy: song for sop. & six instr. arr. for v. & pianof. / Bliss {17/082 - words by E. H. W. M[eyerstein]}

Middleton, Jessie Adelaide (1864-1933) English

Life and death: song / Coleridge-Taylor {solo v. : 17/133-4 a - words by Jessie Adelaide Middleton}

Life and death: song / Coleridge-Taylor {solo v. : 17/133-4 b - words by Jessie Adelaide Middleton}

Millar, Ronald Graeme (1919-1998) English

I know now {from Robert & Elizabeth} / Grainer {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/229.2 - lyrics by Ronald Millar}

Miller, Sonny (19th-20th c.) Unknown

Always young {from Wedding in Paris} / May {solo v. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/390-3 - lyric by Sonny Miller}

Night in Venice (libr.): operetta (new version) / Strauss II {libr. 03/150-1 a-b - lyrics by Sonny Miller}

Mills, Wilfrid (1857-1938) Scottish

My ain folk: ballad of home / Lemon {17/339 a-b - words by Wilfrid Mills}

My ain folk: ballad of home / Lemon {17/339 c - words by Wilfrid Mills}

My ain folk: ballad of home / Lemon {17/339 d - words by Wilfrid Mills}

Milne, A. A. (1882-1956) English

Christopher Robin is saying his prayers (Vespers): song / Fraser-Simson {17/205.5 a - words by A. A. Milne}

Christopher Robin is saying his prayers (Vespers): song / Fraser-Simson {17/205.5 b - words by A. A. Milne}

Fourteen songs from 'When we were very young' / Fraser-Simson {09/075 - by A. A. Milne}

Milton, John (1608-1674) English

Blest pair of Sirens (at a Solemn music): for chor. & orch. (8-part arrangement) / Parry {01/063-1 a-f - ode by Milton}

Orpheus' self may heave his head {from L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato, part 2} / Handel {sop. : 17/251-5 - from Milton's L'Allegro}

Minnigerode, Meade (1887-1967) Anglo-American

The whiffenpoof song (Baa! Baa! Baa!) / Galloway {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/207.5 - [chorus by Guy H. Scull; words by Meade Minnigerode]}

Mitchell, L. E. (19th-20th c.) English

The child and the twilight: song for sop. v. / Parry {17/442-5 a-b - words by L. E. Mitchell}

Mitchell, Samuel N. (1846-1905) American

Forgive and forget, little darling: song and chorus / Danks {16/050-1[14] - words by S. N. Mitchell}

Molloy, James Lynam (1837-1909) Irish

Songs of Ireland: [101 songs] / Various {10/060-3 - sel. & arr. J. L. Molloy from Moore's Irish melodies}

Monckton, Lionel (1861-1924) English

Arcady is ever young {from The Arcadians}: song / Monckton {17/408-3 - words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis}

Monk, Edwin George (1819-1900) English

St John the Baptist: oratorio / Macfarren {08/041 - text sel. from Holy Writ by E. G. Monk}

Monsell, John Samuel Bewley (1811-1875) Irish

Fight the good fight with all thy might: [for solo v. & SATB chor.] / Gardner {02/046(5) - words by J. S. B. Monsell (1811-1875)}

Montgomery, James (1771-1854) Scottish

Forever with the Lord! / Gounod {solo v. : 17/225-1 - words by J. Montgomery}

Moore, Thomas (1779-1852) English

At the mid hour of night / Raphael {17/465.25 - words by Thomas Moore}

Bon-Bon suite: for bar. solo, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-3 - words by Thomas Moore}

The last rose of Summer / Stevenson {mez. : 17/532 - poetry by Thomas Moore}

The last rose of Summer / Stevenson {solo v. : 17/532 b - words by Thomas Moore; ed. Henry Parker}

She is far from the land / Lambert {ten. : 13/020-8[4] - words by Tom Moore}

Songs of Ireland: [101 songs] / Various {10/060-3 - sel. & arr. J. L. Molloy from Moore's Irish melodies}

When love is kind: old melody / Lehmann {solo v. : 17/337-2 - words by Thomas Moore; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]}

Morey, Lawrence L. ('Larry') (1905-1971) American

One song {from Snow White) / Churchill {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/121 - words by Larry Morey}

Morgan, Constance (19th-20th c.) English

Evensong (Fold your white wings...) / Lehmann {solo v. : 17/336-2 - words by Constance Morgan}

Morgan, Mrs John Paul (c1845-19xx) English

Albums of songs vol. 1: [23 songs] / Grieg {09/081[1] - Eng. Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan}

Albums of songs vol. 2: [20 songs, incl. 6 from 'Reminiscnces of mountain and fiord'] / Grieg {09/081[2] - Eng. words Theo. Marzials & Mrs J. P. Morgan}

Schön war, das ich Dir weihte (Fine was the gift I gave thee) / Brahms {solo v. : 17/099-4 - Ger. by G. Fr. Daumer; Eng. by Mrs John P. Morgan}

Still as the night (Still wie die Nacht): song / Bohm {17/086-1 a-c - Eng. version Mrs John P. Morgan}

Still wie die Nacht (Still as the night / Comme la nuit) Op. 326 No. 27: altdeutscher Liebesreim / Bohm {solo v. : 17/086-1.1 - Eng. version Mrs John P. Morgan}

Mörike, Eduard (1804-1875) German

Gesang Weyla's (Weyla's song) / Wolf {solo v. : 17/588-4 - Mörike (Eng. Marie Boileau)}

Mausfallen-Sprüchlein (The mouser's magic verses) / Wolf {solo v. : 17/588-2 - Mörike (Eng. John Bernhoff)}

Möricke-Lieder Bd 1 (1-12) / Wolf {09/212(1) a}

Möricke-Lieder Bd 1 (1-12) / Wolf {09/212(1) b}

Möricke-Lieder Bd 2 (13-24) / Wolf {09/212(2) a-b}

Möricke-Lieder Bd 2 (13-24) / Wolf {09/212(2) c}

Verborgenheit (Secrecy) / Wolf {solo v. : 17/588-3 a - Mörike (Eng. Marie Boileau)}

Verborgenheit (Secrecy) / Wolf {solo v. : 17/588-3 b - Mörike (Eng. Marie Boileau)}

Morris, George Pope (1802-1864) American

Down by the river side I stray / Thomas {solo v. : 16/050-1[17] - [words by George Pope Morris]}

Mortimer, Charles G. (1880-1957) English

A song in the night: song w. violin obbl. / Loughborough {17/356-2 - words by Charles G. Mortimer}

Morton, Edward (1858-1922) English

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

Morton, Gladys Unknown

Vagabond lover: song / Richardson {17/471.3 - words by Gladys Morton}

Morton, Hugh (1865-1916) American

The Belle of New York: musical comedy / Kerker {07/015.5 - words by Hugh Morton}

Teach me how to kiss, dear / Kerker {solo v. : 16/040 [2/5] - words by Hugh Morton}

Mosen, Julius (1803-1867) German

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

Mosenthal, Salomon Hermann (1821-1877) German-Austrian

The Merry Wives of Windsor: opera / Nicolai {06/035 - libretto by Salomon Hermann Mosenthal based on Shakespeare's play}

Mould, Jacob Wrey (1825-1886) English

Fondly he sought me (Er ist gekommen) / Franz {solo v. : 17/205-1 - Fre. Rückert; Eng. J. Wrey Mould}

Mullens, Arthur Frank Macquarie (1874-1955) Australian

see Arthur Maquarie

Murray, Emily (19th-20th c.) English

I am thy harp: [song] / Woodman {17/593-2 - words by Emily Murray}

Murrells, Joseph (1904-1985) English

Give me your hand: song / Burrows {17/108.5-2 - lyric by Joseph Murrells}

These you have loved: song / Murray {17/423-5 - words by Joseph Murrells}

Musset, Alfred de (1810-1857) French

Les filles de Cadix (The maidens of Cadiz): boléro / Delibes {solo v. : 17/158 a - poésie d'Alfred de Musset}

The maids of Cadiz (Les filles de Cadix): song / Delibes {solo v. : 17/158 b - Fr. Text by Alfred de Musset, Eng. By Helen F. Bantock}

Ninon / Tosti {solo v. : 10/045-9[16] - paroles de Alfred de Musset}

217 works by 98 writers/librettists, with 11 cross-references

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