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Tailleferre, Germaine (1892-1983) French

Pastorale {p. solo : Max Eschig} 20/190[6]

Talbot, Howard [=Richard Lansdale Munkittrick] (1865-1928) Irish-American

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play / by Lionel Monckton (lyrics by Arthur Wimperis) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/023-1 a-c c: marked up copy (W. Jolly)

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play / by Lionel Monckton (lyrics by Arthur Wimperis) {libr. : Samuel French} 03/089 a-c

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play (arr. H. M. Higgs) {p. solo : Chappell} 21/248-3

Daffodil time {from The Belle of Brittany}: song (words by Percy Greenbank) {voc. sc. : Keith, Prowse : No. 1 in C} 10/045-8.1[13]

Taneyev, Sergei (1856-1915) Russian

Symphonie 5 Op. 64 / by P I Tchaikovsky (arr. S. Tanéeff) {p. duo : Schirmer} 22/054-3

Tansman, Alexandre (1897-1986) Polish-French

Cavatina (transc. Andrés Segovia) {guitar : Schott's Söhne} 27/015

Tartini, Guiseppe (1692-1770) Italian

Andante cantabile: for violin (or treble recorder or flute) & piano (arr. Niso Ticciati) {set : OUP} 28/046.5

Concertino for clarinet and string orchestra: [a 'free arrangement' for clar. & piano] (arr. Gordon Jacob) {set : Boosey & Hawkes} 36/092

Tate, Arthur F (1870-1950) English

Somewhere a voice is calling: song (words by Eileen Newton) {voc. sc. : Larway : No. 3 in F} 17/547-1 a,c

Somewhere a voice is calling: song (words by Eileen Newton) {voc. sc. : Larway : No. 2 in Eb} 17/547-1 b

Somewhere a voice is calling: voc. duet for mez. & low v. (words by Eileen Newton) {voc. sc. : Larway : in F} 18/161

Songs, arr. for piano {Larway} 21/366.5

Songs from Memory-Land: [4 songs] (words by Edward Lockton) {voc. sc. : Cary : high v.} 09/191

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

Tate, James William (1875-1922) English

A bachelor gay {from The Maid of the Mountains} (written by Clifford Harris & Valentine) {p. voc. + sol-fa : Francis, Day & Hunter} 17/547.5

A paradise for two {from The maid of the mountains} (words by Clifford Harris) {male & fem. v. : voc. sc. : Francis, Day & Hunter : in F} 18/163

Tate, Phyllis (1911-1987) English

The lark in the clear air: Irish air (words by Sir Samuel Ferguson; arr. Phyllis Tate) {voc. sc. : OUP : high in Bb} 17/547.8 a,c

The lark in the clear air: Irish air (words by Sir Samuel Ferguson) {voc. sc. : OUP : low in F} 17/547.8 b

Suite from 'Water Music' / by George Frideric Handel (arr. Phyllis Tate) {p. duo : set : OUP} 22/021-5 Lacks 1st copy

Tauber, Richard (1892-1948) Anglo-Austrian

My heart and I {from Old Chelsea}: song (words by Fred S. Tysh) {voc. sc. : Lawrence Wright : low in C} 17/548-1 a-b,d

My heart and I {from Old Chelsea}: song (words by Fred S. Tysh) {voc. sc. : Lawrence Wright : orig. in D} 17/548-1 c

My world is gold (Because you love me) (lyric by Clifford Grey) {voc. sc. : Keith, Prowse : No. 2 in G} 17/548-2

Taubmann, Otto (1859-1929) German

Coronation Mass (Krönungs-Messe) K.317: 4-part chor. of mixed v. w. SATB soli / by W A Mozart (arr. Otto Taubmann) {voc. sc. : Schirmer : Latin } 02/085-2 b

Messe C-Dur (Krönungsmesse) KV 317 / by W A Mozart (arr. Otto Taubmann) {SATB soli : voc. sc. : Breitkopf & Härtel : Latin } 02/085-2 a

Tausig, Carl (1841-1871) Polish

Kaisermarsch / by Richard Wagner (arr. Carl Tausig) {p. solo : Peters} 21/372-2

Military march / by Franz Schubert (arr. Carl Tausig) {p. solo : Orpheus} 21/328-4.1[2]

Tauský, Vilém (1910-2004) Anglo-Czech

Not in Front of the Waiter, or, Under the Aspidistra: incident / by Jacques Offenbach (story & mus. adapt. by Colin Graham; words by Viola Tunnard; arr. Vilém Tauský) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/025-4

Tavan, Émile Hypolite Joseph (1849-1929) French

Carmen: fantaisie pour piano / by Georges Bizet (par Emile Tavan) {Margueritat} 21/041-2

Manon Lescaut de G. Puccini: grande fantaisie {p. solo : Ricordi} 21/285-1

Taylor, H Stanley (1902-1973) English

Capriol suite: arr. for recorder quintet / by Peter Warlock (arr. Stanley Taylor) {Boosey & Hawkes} 36/098.5 score only

Taylor, J Stevenson

On with the dance: valse {p. solo : Paxton} 21/367

Taylor, Laurence D (20th c.) American

Elegie / by Edvard Grieg (arr. for sax. quart. (AATB) by Laurence Taylor) {sax. quart. : set : Mills} 37/632 score only

Taylor, Leslie (19th-20th c.) English

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

Taylor, Samuel Coleridge- (1875-1912) English

see Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893) Russian

Adieu forêts (Farewell ye mountains) {from Jeanne d'Arc}: sop. recit. & aria (Eng. version Th. Baker) {mez. : voc. sc. : Schirmer : in D : French & English } 17/550-1 a

Adieu forêts (Farewell ye mountains) {from Jeanne d'Arc}: sop. recit. & aria (Eng. version Th. Baker) {voc. sc. : Schirmer : (F) : French & English } 17/550-1 b

Arie der Johanna: Lebt wohl, ihr Berge {from Die Jungfrau von Orleans} (based on the romantic tragedy by Friedrich Schiller) {voc. sc. : Rahter : German & French } 10/045-8.2[1]

Barcarolle Op. 37a No. 6 (arr. Watson Forbes) {violin & piano : set : Chester} 28/047-1

Casse-noisette suite (Ouverture … Valse des fleurs): [8 items] {p. solo : Paxton} 21/368-5 a,c

  Ouverture, Marche, Danse de la fée dragée, Danse russe, Danse arabe, Danse chinoise, Danse des mirlitons, Valse des fleurs

Casse-noisette suite (Ouverture … Valse des fleurs): [8 items] {p. solo : Bosworth : b} 21/368-5 b

  1. Ouverture miniature 2. Danses caractéristiques (x 6) 3. Valse des fleurs

Chanson triste {cello & piano : set : Joseph Williams} 33/069-3 [3] lacks cello part

Concerto Op. 35 {violin & piano : set : Augener} 28/047-2 score only

Concerto No. 1 in B minor Op. 23 (ed. Rafael Joseffy) {p. duo : Schirmer} 22/054-1 a

Eugene Onégin: lyric scenes in 3 acts (from the poem by Pushkin; Eng. version by Henry Reese) {voc. sc. : Schirmer} 06/059

Humoresque {p. solo : Augener} 21/368-1

Die Jahreszeiten Op. 37a {p. solo : Breitkopf & Härtel} 21/368-2 a

Jugend-Album Op. 39: 24 easy pieces {p. solo : Augener} 20/002[5]

Konzert No. 1 B moll Op. 23 (ed. Noel Fisher) {p. solo : Peters} 21/368-8

None but the broken heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) ([poem by Goethe]; Eng. version Bernard deNevers; arr. Alfred Moffat) {voc. sc. : Alfred Lengnick : English & German } 17/550-2 b

None but the longing heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) ([poem by Goethe]; Eng. words E. Teschemacher) {voc. sc. : Edwin Ashdown : [No. 2 in] Eb : English & German } 17/550-2 a

None but the weary heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) ([poem by] Goethe) {voc. sc. : Schott : No. 1 in Db : English & German } 17/550-2 c

Piano concerto Op. 23 {p. duo : Augener} 22/054-1 b-c

Piano works: [6 pieces] {Augener} 21/368-7

Pianoforte album: [8 pieces] {Paxton} 21/368(1)

  Chant sans paroles x 2, Humoreske, Barcarolle, Valse, En Troika, Romance, Chanson triste (Opp. 2, 5, 10, 37, 40)

Romeo et Juliette: fantasy overture for full orch. {min. sc. : Eulenburg} 04/024-2

The seasons Op. 37a (ed. & fing. Louis Oesterle) {p. solo : Schirmer} 21/368-2 b

Serenade for string orchestra Op. 48 {min. sc. : Eulenburg} 04/024-3

Sred' shumnogo bala [Amid the din of the ball] Op. 38 no. 3 ([words by A. K. Tolstoy]) {voc. sc. : Jurgenson : Russian } 17/550-5

Swan Lake suite {full orch. : min. sc. : Boosey & Hawkes} 04/024-4

Symphonie 5 Op. 64 (arr. S. Tanéeff) {p. duo : Schirmer} 22/054-3

Symphonie pathétique Op. 74 (transc. G. H. Clutsam) {p. solo : Augener} 21/368-9

Symphony 6 B minor 'Pathetique' {min. sc.} 04/024

Tchaikowsky-Album vol. 2 {p. solo : Augener} 21/368(2)

  Barcarolle, Chanson triste, Humoresque, Mazurka de salon, Valse-scherzo & Chant sans paroles (A min)

Tchaikowsky's songs: [44 songs] (Eng. words by Fred. J. Whishaw) {voc. sc. : Boosey} 09/193

Theme from Concerto in Bb minor: p. solo w. violin & cello ad lib. {set : Banks} 28/047-3

To the forest (words by Fred J. Whishaw) {voc. sc. : Boosey} 17/550-3

Trio Op. 50: [for violin, violoncello & piano] (ed. Carl Hermann) {set : Peters} 24/030-2 a

Trio Op. 50: [for violin, violoncello & piano] {set : Augener} 24/030-2 b

Troika Op. 37 No. 11 (sel. [& ed.] Holmes & Karn) {p. solo : Weekes} 21/368-3

Tschaikowsky album Bd 1: sel. compositions (ed. Heinrich Germer) {p. solo : Bosworth} 20/002[4]

Valse des fleurs {from Caisse-noisette suite} (arr. Stepán Esipoff) {p. solo : Schott} 21/368-4 a-b

Vremena goda (Les saisons): dlia fortepiano {Muzyka (Moscow)} 21/368-2 c

Waltz from the Sleeping Princess {p. solo : Chester} 21/368-6(4)

Waltz memories selection (arr. Aubrey Winter) {p. trio: vn & vc : orch. sel. : Chappell} 24/030 score, v1, cello

Why so pale the roses? (Warum?) Op. 6 No. 5 (Eng. words B.F. Wyatt-Smith) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : German & English } 17/550-4

Tcherepnin, Alexander Nikolayevich (1899-1977) Russian

Triple concertino Op. 47 {p. trio: vn & vc : set : Universal} 24/031 a-b violin part only

Tcherepnin, Nikolai (1873-1945) Russian

Mélodie orientale {oboe & piano : set : Hawkes} 36/093

Six pieces for horn quartet {4 horns} 35/015

Teal, Larry (1905-1984) American

10 saxophone quartets (AATB) {set : Schirmer} 37/690-4 score only

  arrangements are from works by Bach, Boccherini and Mendelssohn together with flute or string quartets by Beethoven, Haydn, Kuhlau, Mozart, Rimsky-Korsakov, Schumann and Tchaikowsky

Tedesco, Mario Castelnuovo- (1895-1968) Italian

see Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario

Teichmüller, Robert (1863-1939) German

Konzert F moll / by J S Bach (arr. Robert Teichmüller) {p. duo : Peters} 22/002-2 a-b

Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767) German

Concerto per la Chiesa (arr. J. G. Walther; ed. Philip A. Prince) {organ : Novello} 40/243

Konzertsuite: für f-Alt Blockflöte, 2 Violinen, Viola (Violine 3), Violoncello u Basso Continuo (Klavier) (herausg. Adolf Hoffmann) {orch. sc. : Nagel} 42/031 no sep. parts

Partita no. 2 in G (ed. Walter Bergmann) {oboe & piano : set : Schott} 36/093.5-2

Der Schulmeister: komische Kantate [for bar. solo, 2-part boys' choir (TrA), 2 violins, bass (or 'cello) and harpsic./piano] (arr. Fritz Stein; Eng. trans. Charles J. Warner) {set : Bärenreiter : German & English } 43/075 score + vn1, vn2, vc parts only

Sonata: for oboe & keyboard (ed. Helmut Schlövogt) {set : OUP} 36/093.5-3 oboe part only

Sonata a-moll {oboe & piano : set : Music Trade} 36/093.5

Sonata in G minor for oboe and piano (ed. Walter Bergmann) {set : Schott} 36/093.5-4

Suite in G minor for violin (oboe) and basso continuo (ed. Walter Liebermann) {violin & piano : set : Bärenreiter} 28/048

Zwölf Fantasien für Querflöte ohne Bass (ed. Günter Hausswald) {set : Bärenreiter} 36/093.5-5

  1. A major 2. A minor 3. B minor 4. B-flat major 5. C major 6. D major 7. D major 8. E minor 9. E major 10. F-sharp minor 11. G major 12. G minor

Temple, Hope [=Mrs André Charles Prosper Messager] (1859-1938) Irish

An old garden: song (words by Helen Marion Burnside) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 3 in Bb} 10/045-4[15]

An old garden: song (words by Helen Marion Burnside) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 2 in Ab} 17/550.4 + 10/045-6[2]

Tenaglia, Antonio Francesco (1612-1672) Italian

Aria {cello & piano : set : Joseph Williams} 33/069-3 [5] lacks cello part

Aria [in F minor]: [arr. for violin (or cello) & piano] {set : Sulzer} 28/048.5 sep. violin & cello parts

Tennant, Sheena Lilian Grant (1883-1974) Scottish

An Irish cradle song (words by W. B. Yeats) {voc. sc. : Frederick Harris} 17/550.5

Terry, Richard Runciman (Sir) (1865-1938) English

The shanty book, part 1: [30] sailor shanties (coll. & ed. Richard Runciman Terry) {voc. sc. : Curwen : English (Dialect) } 10/063(1)

Shenandoah: shanty (windlass & capstan) {voc. sc. : Curwen} 17/550.7

Twelve Christmas carols: for 4 v. or unison {voc. sc. : Curwen} 02/124 a-b

Tertis, Lionel (1876-1975) English

The Londonderry air {vn / va & pf : set : Schott} 28/049

Studies arranged for viola (alto) Op. 8: changes of position and preparatory scale studies / by Otakar Ševčík ([ed.] Lionel Tertis) {Bosworth} 25/014-3

Tertre, Estienne du (16th c.) French

Pavane and Galliarde (1557) (arr. for sax. quart. (SATB) by Paul Harvey) {sax. quart. : set : Chester} 37/690-2[4] score only

Tessarini, Carlo (1690-1765) Italian

Sonata for oboe or transverse flute and basso continuo Op. II no. 2 {set : Harmonia} 36/093.8(2) score with oboe part

Thayer, Patrick (20th c.) English

I travel the road (Who cares): song (words by Donovan Parsons) {voc. sc. : Keith, Prowse : No. 1 in Db} 17/550.5-2 a

I travel the road (Who cares): song (words by Donovan Parsons) {voc. sc. : Keith, Prowse : No. 2 in D} 17/550.5-2 b

Undivided: song (words by Bruce Sievier) {voc. sc. : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe : No. 1 in Bb} 17/550.5-1

Thévet, Lucien (1914-2007) French

Méthode complète de cor, (pte. 1): en deux parties {Alphonse Leduc} 35/089-1(1)

Thiman, Eric Harding (1900-1975) English

An Easter prayer (poem by Irene Gass) {voc. sc. : Cramer} 17/551-1

Eight interludes for organ Set 2 {Novello} 40/245-1

Evening in lilac time: song for med. v. (B flat) (words by T. H. Dipnall) {voc. sc. : Novello} 17/551-5 a-b

Madonna and Child: carol (words by Gerald Bullett) {voc. sc. : Chappell : [No. 2] in F} 17/551-2 a-c

The Nativity: short Christmas cantata [for sop. & ten. soli & chor.] {voc. sc.} 01/074 a-b

The path to the moon: unison song (words by Madeline C. Thomas) {p. voc. + sol-fa : Boosey & Hawkes} 17/551-6

Preludes and voluntaries Bk 2: [6 pieces] {Curwen} 40/245(2) a-b

  1. Romance 2. Berceuse 3. Benedictus 4. Alla Menuetto 5. Pavanesque 6. Postlude in F

The rainbow: song ([words by Pope]) {voc. sc. : Novello : high v. (G)} 17/551-3

The silver swan (Anon. (c.1600)) {voc. sc. : Novello} 17/551-4 a

The silver swan (Anon. (c.1600)) {voc. sc. : Novello : high v. (C min)} 17/551-4 b

The silver swan (Anon. (c.1600)) {voc. sc. : Novello : [low] Bb min} 17/551-4 c

Thomas, Arthur Goring (1850-1892) English

Le baiser (A memory): song (Fr. words by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington) {voc. sc. : Joseph Williams : No. 1 in Db : French & English } 17/552-1 a

Le baiser (A memory): song (Fr. words by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington) {voc. sc. : Joseph Williams : No. 2,4 in D : French & English } 17/552-1 b-c

Love's echoes (Aimons): song (French byVictor Hugo, Eng by M. C. Gillington) {voc. sc. : Joseph Williams : [No. 3] in Ab : French & English } 10/045-9[19]

A memory {cello & piano : set : Joseph Williams} 33/069-3 [4] lacks cello part

Morning bright: song (words from the French by John Oxenford) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 1 in Bb : English & French } 10/045-9[1]

My heart is weary (Schwer liegt auf dem Herzen): recit. & air {from Nadeschda} (Eng. words by Julian Sturgis; Ger. version Friedrich Fremery) {voc. sc. : Boosey : English & German } 17/552-4 a-c

O vision entrancing! {from Esmeralda}: song (words by Theo. Marzials) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 1 in Db} 10/087[18]

Prithee, maiden: song (words by Sydney Lever) {voc. sc. : Boosey} 10/045-9[20]

A summer night (Une nuit de mai) (words by Theo. Marzials) {voc. sc. : Metzler : No. 1 in C : English & French } 17/552-5 a

A summer night (Une nuit de mai) (words by Theo. Marzials) {voc. sc. : Metzler : No. 3 in D : English & French } 17/552-5 b

A summer night (Une nuit de mai) (arr. H. M. Higgs) {voc. duet : voc. sc. : Metzler : English & French } 18/166

Time's garden: song w. cello accomp. (words by Harold Boulton) {set : Cramer : [No. 1] in F} 17/552-2

Winds in the trees: song (words from the German by Miss Muloch) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 3 in F} 17/552-3

Thomas, Charles Louis Ambroise (1811-1896) French

Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest thou that dear land?) {from Mignon}: romance (ed. Albert Visetti; Eng. version Claude Aveling) {voc. sc. : Augener : No. 2 in Eb : English & French } 17/551.5 a

Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest thou that dear land?) {from Mignon}: romance (ed. Albert Visetti; Eng. version Claude Aveling) {voc. sc. : Augener : No. 1 in Db : English & French } 17/551.5 b

Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest thou that dear land?) {from Mignon}: romance (ed. Albert Visetti; Eng. version Claude Aveling) {voc. sc. : Schott : No. 1 in Db : English & French } 17/551.5 c

Mignon: opera {voc. sc. : Heugel} 06/060 a-b

Mignon's song {from Mignon} (Eng. version Arthur Matthison) {mez. : voc. sc. : Heugel} 10/045-9[2]

Overture {Raymond} {p. solo : Orpheus} 21/368.8

Valse de duo {from Mignon} (paroles de M. Carr? et J. Barbier) {mez. : voc. sc. : Heugel : in Eb : French } 10/045-8.2[5]

The world-famous gavotte from Mignon {p. solo : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe} 16/020(3) [4]

Thomas, John Rogers (1830-1896) English

Down by the river side I stray ([words by George Pope Morris]) {voc. sc.} 16/050-1[17]

Eileen Alannah: [song] (written by E. S. Marble) {voc. sc. : Evans} 16/050-4 [19]

Eileen Alannah (words by E. S. Marble) {mez./ bar. : voc. sc. : Hutchings & Romer : Ab} 17/552.3

We two (written by Geo. Cooper) {voc. sc.} 16/050-1[15]

Thomé, Francis (1850-1909) French

Au printemps: valse de salon {p. solo : Chappell} 16/050-2 [2]

Thompson, Fisher (19th-20th c.) American

Rio nights: song (words by Elmer Vincent) {voc. sc. : Stasny} 17/552.35

Thompson, Jack (19th-20th c.) English

Come, sing to me: duet (words by Jack Thompson) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 5 in F} 18/167

An emblem: song (words and music Jack Thompson) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 3 in D} 17/552.4 a

An emblem: song (words and music Jack Thompson) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 4 in Eb} 17/552.4 b

First song album (words by Edward Lockton et al.) {voc. sc. : Enoch & Sons : No. 1 low v.} 09/195

  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

Thompson, William (Will) Lamartine (1847-1909) American

Gathering shells (words by W L Thompson) {p. voc. + sol-fa : Marks & Spencer} 17/272[1]

Gathering shells by the sea: [song and chorus (SA/TB)] ([words by Thompson?]) {voc. sc.} 16/050-1[18]

[Songs by Thompson, Blockley and Hendrickson] {p. voc. + sol-fa : Marks & Spencer} 17/272

Thomson, Bothwell (19th-20th c.) English

Chanson de matin Op. 15 No. 2 / by Edward Elgar (arr. Bothwell Thomson) {p. solo : Novello} 21/126-1(2) a-b

Chanson de nuit Op. 15 No. 1 / by Edward Elgar (arr. Bothwell Thomson) {p. solo : Novello} 21/126-1(1)

Thomson, D V (Mrs) Scottish

The spinning wheel / by Alfred Stella (melody by Mrs. D.V. Thomson arr. Alfred Stella) {voc. sc. : Paterson : No. 2 in F : Scottish } 17/531

Thomson, David Cleghorn (1900-1980) Scottish

The Knight of Bethlehem {from The Husband of Poverty}: St Francis song (words by H. Neville Maughan) {voc. sc. : Novello : [No. 2] in Eb} 17/552.5

Thorne, E

Beethoven for everybody: 19 famous pieces for p. solo / by Ludwig van Beethoven (arr. E. Thorne) 21/027-1.5

Thorpe Davie, Cedric (1913-1983) Scottish

see Davie, Cedric Thorpe

Ticciati, Niso (1924-1972) Italian

Andante cantabile: for violin (or treble recorder or flute) & piano / by Giuseppe Tartini (arr. Niso Ticciati) {set : OUP} 28/046.5

Six pieces in contrasting styles {oboe & piano : set : OUP} 36/093.7

Tilkins, Felix (1861-1921) Belgian

see Caryll, Ivan (pseud.)

Tilzer, Albert Von (1878-1956) American

see Von Tilzer, Albert

Tippett, Michael Kemp (Sir) (1905-1998) English

A child of our time: oratorio {voc. sc. : Schott} 08/055-1 a-b

Come, gentle death (Komm süsser Tod) / by J S Bach (ed. & arr. Michael Tippett & Walter Bergmann) {voc. sc. : Schott : English & German } 17/024-2[2]

Five Negro spirituals {from A Child of our time} {voc. sc.} 08/055-2

Lost is my quiet: duet for sop. & bass / by Henry Purcell (arr. Michael Tippett) {voc. sc. : Schott} 18/125-1

Preludio al Vespro di Monteverdi {organ : Schott} 40/246

Tirindelli, Pier Adolfo (1858-1937) Italian

Mistica (versi di Ada Negri (Eng. Alice F. Schmoll)) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : Italian & English } 17/552.8

Tomkins, Thomas (1572-1656) Welsh

When David heard: sacred song (for SAATB) (ed. Edmund H. Fellowes) {voc. sc. : Stainer & Bell} 05/018.5

Tootell, George (1886-1969) English

Tangles (Lollipop Land): fantastic operetta (written & composed by George Tootell) {voc. sc. : Curwen} 07/055

Topliff, Robert (1793-1868) English

Consider the lilies: {from St Matthew ch. 6} {voc. sc. : Joseph Williams} 10/045-9[3]

Toselli, Enrico (1883-1926) Italian

Serenata (Come back): voc. duet (contr. & bass) (words by R. H. Elkin; arr. Ernest Reeves) {voc. sc. : Freemans : Italian & English } 18/169

Serenata {violin & piano : set : Walsh, Holmes} 28/049.5

Tosti, Francesco Paolo (Sir) (1846-1916) Anglo-Italian

Good-bye!: song (words by G.J. Whyte-Melville) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 3 in F} 17/552.9 + 16/050-3 [25]

Goodbye: song (with violin ad lib.) (words by G. J. Whyte-Melville) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 4 in Eb} 17/553-1 a

Goodbye: song (with violin ad lib.) (words by G. J. Whyte-Melville) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 3 in F} 17/553-1 b

Love's way {from Love's Journey}: song (words by Ethel Clifford) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 2 in F} 16/050-5 [2]

My dreams: song (words by Frederic E. Weatherly) {voc. sc. : Chappell : No. 3 in Db} 17/553-2 a

My dreams: song (words by Frederic E. Weatherly) {voc. sc. : Chappell : No. 1 in Bb} 17/553-2 b

My memories: song (words by Clifton Bingham) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 2 in Bb (orig.)} 10/045-9[4]

Ninon (paroles de Alfred de Musset) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 2 mez./bar. : French } 10/045-9[16]

Parted: song (Eng. by Fred. E. Weatherly) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 1 in Bb} 17/553-3 a

Parted: song ((Eng.) words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {voc. sc. : Ricordi : No. 4 in F} 17/553-3 b-c

Tournemire, Charles Arnould (1870-1939) French

Douze noëls anciens: nouvelle édition {organ : Schott Frères } 40/247

  by L. Cl. d'Aquin (7), N. A. Le Bègue (4) and J. F. Dandrieu (1)

Tours, Berthold (1838-1897) Anglo-Dutch

Allegretto grazioso {organ : Novello} 40/248

H.M.S. Pinafore; or The lass that loved a sailor: nautical comic opera / by Arthur Sullivan (p. arr. Berthold Tours) {p. solo : Metzler} 16/070 [3]

Imperial ('Nelson') Mass: 'Missa in angustiis' 1798: for SATB soli, SATB & orch. / by Joseph Haydn (arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Novello : Latin } 02/054-3 c-d

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri / by Arthur Sullivan ([written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/040-5 a-c

Iolanthe; or, The peer and the peri: entirely original fairy opera (Savoy edition) / by Arthur Sullivan ([written] by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/040-5.1

Mass in C Op. 86: for SATB soli, SATB & orch. / by Ludwig van Beethoven (p. arr. rev. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Novello : Latin } 02/014-2 a-c

Mass in G (no. 2): for STB soli, SATB, strings & orch. / by Franz Schubert (arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Novello : Latin } 02/106-2

Mass in G: for STB soli, SATB, strings & org., w. opt. wind & timpani [new ed.] / by Franz Schubert (arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Novello : Latin } 02/106-2.1 a-b

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts] / by Christoph von Gluck ([ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck]) {voc. sc. : Kalmus : English & Italian } 06/019 a

Orpheus Act 2: opera in 3 acts / by Christoph von Gluck (ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck) {voc. sc. : Novello : English & Italian } 06/019(2) b-c

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts] / by Christoph von Gluck ([ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck]) {voc. sc. : Novello : English & Italian } 06/019 c

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

Patience; or, Bunthorne's bride: entirely new and original aesthetic opera / by Arthur Sullivan (written by W.S. Gilbert; arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/040-7 d

Third Mass (the 'Imperial'): [for SATB soli & chor.] / by Joseph Haydn (arr. Berthold Tours) {voc. sc. : Novello : Latin } 02/054-3 a-b

Tovey, Donald Francis (1875-1940) English

Concerto en la-majeur pour piano et orchestre Op. 15 {orch. sc. : Schott} 43/080

There be none of beauty's daughters, Op. 2 (Eng. words Lord Byron) {voc. sc. : Joseph Williams} 17/553.1

Townsend, Douglas (1921-2012) American

Ballet suite: for three clarinets {set : Peters} 36/093.85 parts only

  1. Overture 2. Song 3. Scherzo 4. Lament 5. March

Tracy, George Lowell (1855-1921) American

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu / by Arthur Sullivan (librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/040-6 a-d

  incl. 2-piano arr. for overture

The Mikado; or, The town of Titipu: (Savoy edition) / by Arthur Sullivan (librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/040-6.2 a-b

  incl. 2-piano arr. for overture

Princess Ida; or, Castle Adamant: respectful operatic per-version of Tennyson's 'Princess' / by Arthur Sullivan (librettist: W.S. Gilbert; p. arr. George Lowell Tracy) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/041-1 a

Princess Ida, or Castle Adamant: pianoforte arr. / by Arthur Sullivan (p. arr. George L. Tracy) {Chappell} 21/364-5

Ruddigore; or, The witch's curse / by Arthur Sullivan (librettist: W.S. Gilbert) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 07/041-2 a-c

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

Trad

The auld hoose: old Scottish air (words by Baroness Nairne) {p. voc. + sol-fa : Scottish } 16/050-1[61]

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

Danny boy: song written to an old Irish air (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 1 in C} 17/553.2 a-b

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

Will ye no' come back again?: old Scottish air (words by Baroness Nairne) {p. voc. + sol-fa : Scottish } 16/050-1[59]

Ye banks & braes: Scotch song {voc. sc. : Hart} 16/050-4 [7]

Travers, Elizabeth Maughan

Four poems (words by Edith M. Daddow) {voc. sc. : Palatine} 09/197

  1. Listening In 2. The Church and the World 3. Preparation 4. Enforced Rest

Trevalsa, Joan [=Mrs W R Gurley (née Emily Jane Ha] (1875-1965) English

My treasure: song (words by Matthias Barr) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 1 in F} 17/553.3

Trevor, Caleb Henry J (1895-1976) English

Larghetto (2nd mov.) {from Serenade for strings Op. 20}: organ transc. / by Edward Elgar (arr. C. H. Trevor) {British & Continental} 40/090-2

Trimble, Joan (1915-2000) Irish

Jamaican rumba / by Arthur Benjamin (arr. Joan Trimble) {p. duet : Boosey & Hawkes} 22/006.5 d-e

Trojan, Václav (1907-1983) Czech

Ceské a slovenské lidové písne (Czech and Slovak folk songs) {voc. sc. : Panton : Czech & German & English } 09/197.5 lacks pp. 99-100, 111-114

Trotère, Henri [=Henry Trotter] (1885-1929) English

Asthore (darling): song (words by Clifton Bingham) {voc. sc.} 16/050-5 [40]

In old Madrid: song (words by Clifton Bingham) {voc. sc. : [No. 2] in Bb} 16/050-4 [21]

In your dear eyes: song (words by Clifton Bingham) {voc. sc. : Cramer : No. 3 in F} 16/050-5 [14]

My old shako: song (words by Francis Barron) {voc. sc. : Boosey : No. 2 in C} 17/553.4 + 10/045-7[6]

Within your heart: song (words by G. Hubi Newcombe) {voc. sc. : No. 2 in Eb} 16/050-5 [6]

Trotter, Henry (1885-1929) English

see Trotère, Henri

Trötzmüller, Karl (d.1982) German

Te Deum: [for mixed chor.& orch.] / by Joseph Haydn (ed. H. C. Robbins Landon; p. arr. Karl Trötzmüller) {voc. sc. : Doblinger : Latin } 02/054-5 c

Trowell, Arnold (1887-1966) English

Andante cantabile / by Carl Dittersdorf (transc. Arnold Trowell) {cello & piano : set : Schott} 33/023

The foggy dew: old Irish melody {cello & piano : set : Schott} 33/073(9) has additional violin transc.

Sonata in E / by François Francoeur (transc. Trowell, Arnold) {cello & piano : set : Schott} 33/029.6

Tucker, Henry (1826–1882) American

Sweet Genevieve: ballad (words by George Cooper) {voc. sc. : Hart} 17/553.5

Tulloch, Arabella

Drat 'em! (The shepherd's song) (words by H. Alnwick) {voc. sc. : Chappell} 17/553.8

Tureck, Rosalyn (1914-2003) American

An introduction to the performance of Bach Bk 1 / by J S Bach (arr. Rosalyn Tureck) {p. solo} 21/018-1

An introduction to the performance of Bach Bk 2 / by J S Bach (arr. Rosalyn Tureck) {p. solo} 21/018-2 a-b

An introduction to the performance of Bach Bk 3 / by J S Bach (arr. Rosalyn Tureck) {p. solo} 21/018-3

Turner, Olive

Cradle song of the coast (words by Herbert J. Brandon) {voc. sc. : Cramer : No. 1 in Eb} 17/553.85

Turpin, Thomas Million John (1871-1922) American

Pan-Am rag (p. solo) (arr. Arthur Frackenpohl) {sax. quart. : set : Shawnee Press} 37/630[1] score only

Tyrwhitt-Wilson, Gerald Hugh (1883-1950) English

see Berners, Lord

228 works by 78 composers, with 7 arrangers or second composers and 7 cross-references

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