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Wagner-Album (Unsere Meister, 13) / Richard Wagner {p. solo 21/372-9 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Wagner-Liszt album : selection of favourite pieces from Wagner's operas / Richard Wagner (ed. E. Pauer) {p. solo 21/372-5 : Augener}

Wait! : song / Guy d' Hardelot (words by Arthur L. Salmon) {17/254-3 : No. 2 in F : Chappell}

Waiting for you : song / Montague Phillips (words by Royden Barrie) {17/448- 9 : No. 1 in F : Chappell}

Wake up! (Spring flowers) / Montague Phillips (words by Harold Simpson) {17/448-15 : a) No. 2 in Eb : Chappell}

Waldesfahrt {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69} : for high v. / Richard Strauss ([poem by] H. Heine) {17/538-4(4) : orig. (high) Ger. only : Boosey & Hawkes}

Waldszenen Op. 82 : nine piano pieces / Robert Schumann (ed. Clara Schumann) {21/334-4 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

The walk to the Paradise Garden / Frederick Delius (arr. Harold Perry) {p. solo 21/116-2 : Boosey & Hawkes}

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

Die Walküre (The Valkyrie) / Richard Wagner (vollst. Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth) {06/072-7 : Schott}

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum) / Robert Schumann (Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood) {17/499-1 : [No. 1 in] Eb : Augener}

Walter's prize song {from Die Meistersinger} / Richard Wagner (transc. W. J. Westbrook) {organ 40/260-5 : Schott}

Walther's prize song (Morn, like a rose) {from The Meistersingers} / Richard Wagner (Eng. by Percy Pinkerton) {16/020( 4) [3] : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Waltz (The Military) / Ludwig van Beethoven {p. solo 21/027-9}

Waltz from the fairy tale 'The Christmas tree' / Vladimir Rebikov {p. solo 21/298-2 : Chester}

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

Waltz in A flat Op. 39 No. 15 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo 21/052-2:15 : Augener}

Waltz in E Op. 8 No. 3 / Moritz Moszkowski {p. duet 22/028-4 : Augener}

Waltz medley : [a medley of 6 waltzes in 2 parts] / Ivor Novello (arr. Jimmy Lally) {p. solo p. voc. + sol-fa 16/016-1 : Chappell}

  1. Music in May 2. Fold your wings 3. Waltz of my heart 4. I can give you the starlight 5. Love is my reason 6. Some day my heart will awake

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

Waltz of my heart {from The Dancing Years} / Ivor Novello (words by Christopher Hassall & Ivor Novello) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-8 : Chappell}

Waltz song {from Tom Jones} / Edward German (words by Chas. H. Taylor) {17/214- 4 : No. 2 in D : Chappell}

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} / Charles Gounod (Eng. version Edward Oxenford) {17/226-7 : Greening}

Waltzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {violin & piano set 28/005-3 : Peters}

Waltzes Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo 21/052-2.3 : c : British & Continental}

Waltzes Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms (arr. Edwin Hughes) {p. duo 22/007-3 : Schirmer}

Waltzes / Frédéric Chopin (ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton) {p. solo 21/082-8 : 2 copies : ABRSM}

Waltzes / Frédéric Chopin (ed. Frank Merrick) {p. solo 21/082-8.1 : 2 copies : Novello #b) lacks all after p. 60}

Waltzes / Frédéric Chopin (rev. & fing. E. Biehl) {p. solo 21/082-8.7 : Bosworth}

Waltzes (15) / Frédéric Chopin (ed. Hans Semper) {p. solo 21/082-8.6 : Wood}

Waltzes from Vienna : musical romance / Johann Strauss II (Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer) {07/035-5 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Waltzing Matilda : [scored for piano & ukulele] / Marie Cowan (words by A. B. Paterson) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/138.2 : 2 copies : Chappell}

Waltzing Matilda / Thomas Wood {p. duo set 22/059 : OUP}

Waly, waly / Robert Crawford {17/142.4 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo 21/052-2.3 : 2 copies : a,b : Breitkopf #b) lacks Walzer 15-16}

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo 21/052-2 : Joseph Williams}

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. duo 22/007-3.1 : 2 copies : Peters}

Walzer Op. 39 Nos 1-16 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo 21/052-2.1}

Walzer / Frédéric Chopin (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-8.3 : 2 copies : Peters}

Walzer / Frédéric Chopin (ed. Hermann Scholtz) {p. solo 21/082-8.4[2] : Peters}

Walzer Op. 54 no. 1 / Antonín Dvorák ([arr.] Hans Himmel) {p. duet 22/011.5-3 : Simrock}

Walzer aus dem Ballet 'Naila' {from La Source by Leo Delibes} / Ernst von Dohnányi {p. solo 21/120-3 : 2 copies : Rozsavolgyi}

Wanderbilder Op. 17 : 12 Klavierstücke / Adolf Jensen {20/008[3] : Peters}

The wanderer's dream (Du bist die Welt) : song / Franz Abt (composed by Franz Abt) {16/050-3 [19] : [No. 2] in Ab : Duff, Stewart}

Wanderer's evening song (Wanderers Nachtslied) : [duet] / Anton Rubinstein {18/137-1 : Augener}

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

Wandering Willie / Anon. (words by Burns) {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[39]}

Wanderlied (A Wanderer's song) / Maude White (Eng. words Theodora Wilson) {17/571(4) : No. 2 in G : Laudy}

Das Wandern (Wandering) / Franz Schubert (transc. Franz Liszt) {p. solo 21/328-13 : Augener}

Wanting you {from The New Moon} / Sigmund Romberg (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {17/480-4.9 : Chappell}

Wanton waltz / Antony Hopkins {flute & p./ cont. 36/041-2 : Schott}

War is toil and trouble {from Alexander's Feast} / George Frideric Handel (arr. J. Michael Diack) {ten. 17/252-1 : Paterson}

Warm-up : round for mixed chorus / Leonard Bernstein {chor. sc. 18/020 : Amberson}

A warning, or The Danger of artificial fly : song from Vauxhall Gardens / Thomas Arne (arr. Norman Franklin) {17/016-2 : 2 copies : OUP}

Warum willst Du? Op. 37 No.11 / Robert Schumann (Rückert) {sop. 17/499-2 : Breitkopf & Härtel}

A Warwickshire wooing : song / William G James (words by Edward Lockton) {17/297-3 : a,b) No. 1 in Bb : Ricordi}

Was Gott tut das ist wohlgetan (What God hath done is rightly done) / J S Bach (adapt. Walter Rummel) {p. solo 21/016-8(5) : Chester}

The Washington Post : march / John Philip Sousa {p. solo 21/355}

The Washington post march / John Philip Sousa {p. trio va & vc set 24/028.5 : Banks}

The wasps : fantasy overture for full orch. / Ralph Vaughan-Williams {min. sc. 04/026-1 : Boosey & Hawkes #a) lacks all before p. 5}

Wassail : 4-part song, SATB / Charles Wood (words by John Bale (King John)) {p. voc. + sol-fa 18/180 : Deane}

Watching and praying : song, with v. obbl. ad lib. / Charles Gounod (words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone) {10/045-5[ 6] : No. 2 in Bb : Beal #incl. violin part}

Watching the wheat / Kyle McCallum {organ 40/153-1 : Oecumuse}

The watchman : song / W H Squire (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/527-10 : a) No. 2 in D : Boosey}

Watchman! what of the night? : duet (ten. & bass) / J Sarjeant (words Anon.) {18/141 : 3 copies : b) No. 2 in G c) No. 1 in F : Boosey}

The water is wide : folk song (SSA) / Luigi Zaninelli {15/083 : Shawnee Press}

The water mill / Ralph Vaughan-Williams (from 4 poems by Fredegond Shove) {17/555-5 : 2 copies : a) low v.(C) b) high v. (Eb) : OUP}

Water-wagtail Op. 71 No. 3 (Bergeronnette) / Cyril Scott {p. solo 21/338-2 : 2 copies : Elkin}

The watermill / Ronald Binge {oboe & piano set 36/003.3 : Weinberger}

Watt's cradle hymn : unison song / Geoffrey Self {17/504.7 : Elkin}

The way of life / Howard Shaw (words by Herbert Jefferson) {17/509.5 : No. 2 in F : Larway}

The way you look tonight / Jerome Kern (words by Dorothy Fields; arr. George Mitchell) {SATB soli p. voc. + sol-fa 18/079.2 : Chappell}

The wayfarer's part song book / Var. Comp. (sel. & arr. John Horton) {15/010-2}

We'd better bide a wee : song / Claribel (written & composed by Claribel) {17/031-2 : Boosey}

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days} / Julian Slade (words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/519-1 : 2 copies : Francis, Day & Hunter}

We two / John Rogers Thomas (written by Geo. Cooper) {16/050-1[15]}

The weather the cuckoo likes : for high v. & piano / Peter Crossley-Holland (words by Thomas Hardy) {17/142.9(1) : 2 copies : a) [No. 1] in G : Alfred Lengnick}

Weathers / Roger Fiske (words by Thomas Hardy) {17/192.5 : 2 copies : OUP}

Wedding and funeral marches for the organ : [2 wedding, 2 funeral] / Var. Comp. {40/030-11 : Joseph Williams}

Wedding day at Troldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6 / Edvard Grieg {p. solo 21/157-6(8.2.6) : Peters}

Wedding music : 22 melodies arr. for electronic & pipe organs / Var. Comp. (arr. Kenneth Baker) {40/030-14 : Wise}

Wedding music : [5 pieces by Mendelssohn(2), Wagner, Guilmant and Hofmann] / Var. Comp. ([arr. F. C. W.]) {organ 40/030-17 : Novello}

The wedding music from Lohengrin / Richard Wagner (arr. J. Wodehouse) {organ 40/260-1 : Augener}

  Elsa's Bridal March; Bridal Chorus; Grand Processional March

Wedding processional {from The Sound of Music} / Richard Rodgers (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {organ 40/215 : IMP}

A wee bit o' heather : song / Laura Lemon (words by Alexander Grant) {16/050-3 [14] : No. 2 in F : Boosey}

The wee cooper o' Fife : for mixed v. SCTB / Hugh Roberton (Old Scots ballad) {18/129-2 : Curwen}

The wee toun clerk : old Scottish ballad / Hugh Roberton (adapt. & arr. Hugh Roberton) {17/476-7 : 2 copies : all) Bb : Paterson}

A week of birthdays : seven short piano pieces / Richard Rodney Bennett {21/031-2}

The Weekly Telegraph song folio : [100] popular songs, duets, etc. / Var. Comp. {10/043-2 : Weekly Telegraph}

Weep you no more : song / Helen Fothergill (words from John Dowland's 3rd Book of Airs 1603) {10/089[13] : a) low v. [A min] : Augener}

6 englischen Suiten (Klavierwerke Bd 2) : [song] / Ivor Gurney (words from (?)Dowland, ascr. here to John Fletcher) {10/089[14] : a) low v. [A min] : Winthrop Rogers}

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

Wehe, so willst Du mich wieder umfangen? (Dost thou yet seek to detain me … ?) Op. 32 no. 5 / Johannes Brahms {17/099-5 : orig. (high v.) : Rieter-Biedermann}

Weihnachtslieder (Christmas songs) Op. 8 : song cycle [6 songs] / Peter Cornelius (Eng. trans. Constance Bache) {09/047.1 : a) sop. }

Welcome my Dear / Alan Colville (words by Edith Temple) {17/135.5 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Welcome ode Op. 95 : for young people's chor. (SAB) & orch. / Benjamin Britten (voc. sc. by Colin Matthews) {01/023-6 : Faber}

Welcome to all the pleasures : ode for St Cecilia's Day 1683 / Henry Purcell {min. sc. 04/018}

Well, did you evah? {from High Society} / Cole Porter (words and music by Cole Porter) {17/455-6.1 : Chappell}

We'll gather lilacs {from Perchance to Dream} / Ivor Novello (words and music Ivor Novello) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-4 : 2 copies : Chappell}

We'll keep a welcome / Mai Jones (words by Lynn Joshua & James Harper) {17/303-2 : Lawrence Wright}

The well-tuned fiddle Bk 3, Grades 6 & 7 : [4 pieces Grade 6; 5 pieces Grade 7] / Var. Comp. {violin & piano set 28/062-2(3)}

The well-tempered clavichord (for the piano) Bk 2 [25-48] / J S Bach (ed. Edwin Hughes) {21/015-7.1(2) : Schirmer}

Werke für Orgel Bd 6: Passacaglio (C-moll); Sonata 1-6 / J S Bach {40/051-4.5(6) : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Werke für Pianoforte solo, Bd 2 / Robert Schumann (rev. Alfred Dörffel) {21/330-1(2) : Peters}

  1. Davidsbündlertänze Op. 6 2. Carnaval Op. 9 3. Novelletten Op. 21 4. Fantasiestücke Op. 12 5. Kreisleriana Op. 16

Wesendonk-Lieder (Fünf Gedichte für Frauenstimme) / Richard Wagner (words by Mathilde Wesendonk) {voc. sc. 09/203 : a) low v. : Peters}

Wesley hymns : with a new supplement [and] tunes / Var. Comp. (by Rev. John Wesley) {chor. sc. 02/206-3 : Novello, Ewer}

West Side Story song album / Leonard Bernstein (lyrics by Stephen Sondheim) {09/021 : Chappell}

Westering home {from Songs of the Isles} / Hugh Roberton (words by Hugh S. Roberton) {17/476-3 : 3 copies : Curwen}

What God hath done is rightly done / J S Bach (adapt. Walter Rummel) {p. solo 21/016-8(5) : Chester}

What is life to me? (Che farò senza Euridice?) {from Orfeo} : recit. & aria / Christoph von Gluck {17/222 : 2 copies : a,b) : Ricordi}

What is love {from Don Quixote} : bolero / Frederic Clay (words by H. S. Riddell) {16/050-3 [18] : [No. 1 in] D : Duff, Stewart}

What shall I sing you? / Katharine Barry (words by Lilian Scott) {17/038.5 : No. 2 in Db : John Church}

What'll I do? : waltz song / Irving Berlin (words & music by Irving Berlin) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-13 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

What's in the air today? : song / Robert Eden (words and music by Robert Eden) {17/176 : 2 copies : a) No. 3 in F b) No. 2 in Eb : Elkin}

What's sweeter than a new-blown rose? {from Joseph} / George Frideric Handel (arr. Albert Howe) {sop./ mez. 17/252-13 : Paxton}

When all was young {from Faust} : romance w. v-c obbl. / Charles Gounod (Eng. Henry F. Chorley, Fr. O. Pradère) {16/050-4 [34] : No. 2 in A : Chappell}

When all was young and pleasant {from Faust} : Siebel's song / Charles Gounod {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/226-8 : Bayley & Ferguson}

When April sings {from Spring Parade} / Robert Stolz (words by Gus Kahn) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/533-1 : Feldman}

When the children say their prayers : song / Kennedy Russell (words by Arthur Stanley) {17/484-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in C : Chappell}

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

When dull care / H Lane Wilson (Old English melody, arr. H. Lane Wilson) {17/581-5 : No. 1 in F : Boosey}

When grandpa was a little girl like me / Hugh Roberton (words and music by Hugh Roberton) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/476-5 : Paterson}

When the great red dawn is shining : song / Evelyn Sharpe (words by Edward Lockton) {17/508-2 : No. 3 in Bb : Cramer}

When he comes home : song / Franco Leoni (words by Maurice Maeterlinck; Eng. version Fred G. Bowles) {17/341 : No. 2 in E : Chappell}

When I a lover pale do see : song / Henry Purcell (comp. Henry Purcell; arr. Alfred Moffat) {17/460-5 : Bayley & Ferguson}

When I'm at rest : song / Walter H Arnold (words by Ethel A. Brown) {17/016.2 : Ricordi}

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas) / Henry Purcell (words by Nahum Tate; ed. Edmondstoune Duncan) {17/460-7 : a) No. 2 [in C] C# to G : Augener}

When I grow too old to dream / Sigmund Romberg (words by Oscar Hammerstein II) {17/480-5 : Francis, Day & Hunter}

When I leave the world behind / Irving Berlin (written & composed by Irving Berlin) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-8 : EMI}

When icicles hang by the wall / Roger Quilter (words by Shakespeare) {17/462-18 : a) No. 2 in Eb : Boosey}

When June is past : [song] / Maude White (words by Thomas Carew) {16/050-3 [20] : Stanley Lucas, Weber}

When lady Betty chooses : song / Gerry Mason (words and music Gerry Mason) {17/389-1 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

When lights are low in Cairo : Eastern song fox-trot / Sherman Myers (words by Raymond Wallace) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/424-2 : No. 2 in F : Cecil Lennox}

When lights go rolling round the sky : song / John Ireland (words by James Vila Blake) {10/087[ 9] : a) No. 1 in C : Chappell}

When lights go rolling round the sky : song / John Ireland (words by James Vila Blake) {17/294-8 : No. 1 in C : Chappell}

When love is kind : old melody / Amelia Lehmann (words by Thomas Moore) {16/050-5 [12] : No. 2 in Ab : Boosey}

When love is kind : old melody / Amelia Lehmann (words by Thomas Moore; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann]) {17/337-2 : No. 2 in Ab : Boosey & Hawkes}

When lovers say 'Good night' : serenade / John Hatton (words by G. W. Birdseye) {16/050-3 [22] : No. 1 in F : Augener}

When a maiden takes your fancy {from Il Seraglio} : [bass aria: Osmin] / W A Mozart (Eng. words Paul England) {17/419-7 : Boosey & Hawkes}

When my ships come sailing home / Francis Dorel (words by Reginald Stewart) {10/045-8.1[4] : Boosey}

When the sergeant major's on parade : song / Ernest Longstaffe (words and music Ernest Longstaffe) {17/354-1 : 2 copies : a) No. 1 in G b) No. 2 in A : Chappell}

When song Is sweet (Douce mélodie) : song / Gertrude Sans Souci ([poem by Gertrude Sans Souci]) {17/489 : [No. 1 in] Db : Frederick Harris}

When Spring comes laughing : song / Charles Willeby (words by Austin Dobson) {10/045-9[14] : a) No. 2 in Ab : Boosey}

When sweet Ann sings : song / Michael Head (words by Margaret Rose) {17/266-6 : 4 copies : a-c) No. 2 in F d) No. 1 in Eb : Boosey & Hawkes}

When the Guards go marching by! : song / George Barker (words by Alec McGill) {17/028-2 : No. 1 in F : Chappell}

When the home-bells ring again : song / Haydn Wood (words by Edward Lockton) {17/590-12 : No. 2 in Bb : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

When the white plum blows : song / C W Cadman (words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart) {17/109.5-2 : No. 1 in Eb : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

When the wind blows in from the sea : duet (mez. & bar.) / Henry Thomas Smart (poetry by Frederick Enoch) {16/050-4 [40] : Ascherberg}

When thou singest (Quand tu chantes) / Charles Gounod (words by Maria Thanetta) {17/226-9 : Broome}

When twilight comes : rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini / Anton Strelezki (words by Baroness Porteous) {16/050-3 [12] : Paxton}

When will God recall my spirit : cantata for 16th Sunday after Trinity / J S Bach {01/004-6 : Novello}

When you and I were young, Maggie : solo and [SATB} chorus / J A Butterfield (words by Geo. W. Johnson) {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[69] : London M.P.S.}

When you come home : song / W H Squire (words by Fred Weatherly) {10/045-8.1[5] : a) No. 3 in F : Boosey}

When you come home : song / W H Squire (words by Fred Weatherly) {10/045-8.2[16] : a) No. 4 in G : Boosey}

When you come home : song / W H Squire (words by Fred. E. Weatherly) {17/527-6 : 4 copies : a) No. 4 in G b,d) No. 2 in Eb c) No. 3 in F : Boosey}

When you come to the End of a Journey / Elton Box (words by Box and Cox) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/093.5 : Sun}

Whenas the rye : song / Peter Warlock (words by George Peele (1595)) {10/089[ 6] : a) No. 1 in Eb : Winthrop Rogers}

Whene'er you call : song / Haydn Wood (words by Harry Dawson) {17/590-11 : No. 1 in C : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Where corals lie {from Sea Pictures} Op. 37 no. 4 / Edward Elgar (words by Richard Garnett) {17/178-10(4) : a) No. 2 in F & D min : Boosey & Hawkes}

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel (words by Pope) {17/252- 2 : 2 copies : c) Bb d) Ab : Cramer}

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel (words by Pope) {17/252- 2 : e) No. 1 in G : Chappell}

Where have all the flowers gone? / Pete Seeger (words and music Pete Seeger) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/504.3 : Harmony}

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs} : song / Hermann Löhr (words by Edward Teschemacher) {17/352- 9 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 1 in Eb : Chappell}

Where the blue of the night (Meets the gold of the day) / Fred Ahlert (words by Roy Turk) {17/005.8 : Hal Leonard}

Where the high-road ends : [song & chorus] / Margaret Skakle (composed for the Cairngorm Club, with words by Miss Mary Agnes Skakle) {17/518.3}

Where the wild-fowl call : song / Percy B Kahn (words by Marshall Roberts) {17/308 : high v. : Alfred Lengnick}

Where'er you walk {from Semele} : air for tenor / George Frideric Handel (words by Pope) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/252-3 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Where'er you walk {from Semele} : for Bb clar. & piano / George Frideric Handel (arr. Sidney Lawton) {set 36/121(2) [2] : OUP}

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel {17/252- 2 : 3 copies : a,b) No. 2 in G f) No. 1 in F : Walsh, Holmes}

Where's the sergeant? : song / Ernest Longstaffe (words and music Ernest Longstaffe) {17/354-3 : all) No. 1 in G : Chappell}

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

Whiskers / Hugh Roberton (words and music by Hugh Roberton) {SATB choir 17/476-6 : Paterson}

Whisper and I shall hear : song / Marie Piccolomini (words by G. Hubi Newcombe) {17/449-2 : No. 1 in Bb : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

Whispering : song / Vincent Rose (words & music by John Schoenberger, Richard Coburn and Vincent Rose) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3-2 : a) No. 1 in C : Darewski}

Whispering hope : song / Alice Hawthorne ([by 'Alice Hawthorne', ie Septimus Winner]) {17/263 : 2 copies : a,c) : Edwin Ashdown}

Whispering hope / Alice Hawthorne (words and music Alice Hawthorne; arr. Frank Walsh) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/263 : b) : Fentone}

Whispering hope : voc. duet (SC) / Alice Hawthorne (words by Alice Hawthorne) {18/071 : Edwin Ashdown}

The whispering poplar : song / Mark Lubbock (lyric by Christopher Hassall) {17/358 : Schott}

Whistle an' I'll come to you my lad / Iain Hamilton (words by Robert Burns; arr. Iain Hamilton) {17/248-2 : Bayley & Ferguson}

The white cliffs of Dover / Walter Kent (words by Nat Burton) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/317 : Feldman}

The white dove {from The Rogue Song} : song / Franz Lehár (words by Clifford Grey) {17/335-2 : 2 copies : Chappell}

White Horse Inn / Ralph Benatzky (orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham) {07/003 : 3 copies : Chappell}

White Horse Inn / Ralph Benatzky (orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham) {Special : Chappell #marked up conductor's copy (Bill Jolly)}

White Horse Inn : musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz) / Ralph Benatzky (orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham) {libr. 03/015 : 2 copies : Samuel French}

The white island (Place of the Blest) Op. 1 No.2 : [cantata] / Leslie Woodgate (words by Herrick) {01/086[2]}

A whiter shade of pale : organ solo / Fredric Bayco {40/059 : Essex}

Whither? (Wohin?) / Franz Schubert {mez./ bar. 17/496-10 : [No. 2] mez./bar.: F : Schirmer}

(Old tyme dancing &) The whizzer / Richard Addinsell (words by Joyce Grenfell) {17/004.5-3 : Samuel French}

Who is Silvia? / Roger Quilter (poem by Shakespeare) {10/045-6[7] : No. 2 in F : Boosey}

Who is Silvia? / Arthur K Duff (words by Shakespeare) {17/169-1 : OUP}

Who wants to be a millionaire? {from High Society} / Cole Porter (words and music by Cole Porter) {17/455-6.2 : Chappell}

Who were you with last night? / Fred Godfrey (written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/222.3 : 2 copies : Feldman}

Who'll buy my lavender? : song / Edward German (words by Caryl Battersby) {17/214- 7 : No. 2 in D : Boosey}

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

Why so pale? / Thomas Arne (ed. Vittorio Ricci) {17/016-3 : Joseph Williams}

Wi' a hundred pipers (Scottish air) : unaccomp. part-song for mixed v. / John E West {05/011 : b-1 }

Widmung {from Myrthen} Op. 25 Nr 1 : [Lied] / Robert Schumann (von R?ckert) {10/045-9[21] : Fr. Kistner}

Devotion (Widmung) Op. 25 no.1 / Robert Schumann (Rückert; Eng. by Paul England) {17/499-3 : Augener}

A widow bird state mourning : Archy's song / Charles Albert Lidgey (words by Shelley) {17/344.5 : No. 2 in E min : Cary}

Wie bist du, meine Königin... Op. 32 Nr 9 / Johannes Brahms (arr. Theodor Kirchner) {10/045-9[7] : Rieter-Biedermann}

Wie einst in schöner'n Tagen Op. 64 no. 1 / David Popper {cello & piano set 33/053-2 : Rahter}

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) / Johannes Brahms (Eng. trans. W. F. Arnold) {17/098-5 : d) No. 2 in F : Walsh, Holmes}

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) Op. 49 No. 4 : song / Johannes Brahms (Eng. words Paul England) {17/098-5 : c) No. 2 in F : Alfred Lengnick}

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) / W A Mozart (Eng. version Lady Macfarren) {17/419-9 : [No. 2 in] G : Augener}

Wiegenlied (Slumber song) Op. 33 No. 4 / Franz Ries ([von] A. Kayser-Langerhannss) {17/472 : 2 copies : a,b) hoch: F : Ries& Erler}

Wiener Blut : Walzer / Johann Strauss II {p. solo 21/359-5 : Schreiber}

Wienerisch! : Walzer no. 1-4 + Coda / Karl Michael Ziehrer {p. solo 16/040 [2/11] : Newnes}

The wifie / David Rorie (written and composed by David Rorie) {17/481.2-2[1] : Paterson}

The wild swan (Eala fo leòn) / Marjory Kennedy-Fraser (Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser) {17/316-12 : No. 2 in G : Boosey}

The wilderness : anthem for solo v. & chor. w. org. accomp. / Samuel Sebastian Wesley {org. + voc. sc. 02/136 : Novello}

Wilhelm Tell / Gioachino Rossini (arr. Franz J. Liftl) {p. duet 22/060-2(4)[3] : Bosworth}

Will o' the wisp / Charles Gilbert Spross (words by Torrence Benjamin) {17/526.5-2 : No. 2 in F : Boosey & Hawkes}

Will o' the wisp / Franz Liszt {p. solo 21/219-6(5)}

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

Willie's gane to Melville Castle / Michael Diack (Anon.) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-10 : Keys Bb and C : Paterson}

The willow song {from Shakespeare's Othello} / Samuel Coleridge-Taylor {17/133-5 : No. 2 in F min : Metzler}

Willow song (Canzone del salice) {from Otello} : Desdemona's aria / Giuseppe Verdi (Eng. words Percy Pinkerton) {sop. 17/556-6 : Ricordi}

Willy's rare and Willy's fair / Thomas Wilson (arr. Thomas Wilson) {17/582 : Bayley & Ferguson}

Wind of the western sea : song / Graham Peel (words by Tennyson) {voc. sc. 17/444-6 : a) No. 3 in Eb : Chappell}

The wind on the heath : Scottish pastoral for violin & piano (with arr. for p. solo) / Alexander Sim {set 28/044.8 : Bayley & Ferguson}

The winds / William Walton (poem by A. C. Swinburne) {17/562 : 2 copies : Curwen}

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

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3 : song / C Villiers Stanford (poem by W.M. Letts) {17/529- 9 : 3 copies : Cramer}

A windy day : song / Cyril Hyland (words by Walter Ashley) {17/293.7 : Bayley}

Windy nights Op.30 No. 4 : unison song / C Villiers Stanford (poem by R L Stevenson) {17/529-10(4) : Curwen}

Wine of peace / Charles Camilleri {organ 40/074 : Roberton}

The wings of sleep {from The Dancing Years} / Ivor Novello (words by Christopher Hassall) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-9 : Chappell}

Winsome's folly : for oboe, clarinet, horn & bassoon / James Butt {oboe, clar. & bssn set 42/013.5 : Boosey & Hawkes #a) score and parts}

The Winter star : a cassation for audience and instruments / Malcolm Williamson {18/178 : Weinberger}

Winterreise Op. 89 / Franz Schubert (from the 'Urtext' edition (Eng. texts added) {min. sc. 04/020-7 : LPScores}

Wir glauben all' an einen Gott, Vater : chorale prelude / J S Bach (arr. for 2 p. William H. Harris) {p. duo set 22/003-16 : Novello #a) Lacks 2nd copy}

  1. Mortify Us By Thy Grace 2. Jesu, Source of Our Desire

Wish me luck (As you wave me goodbye) {from Shipyard Sally} / Harry Parr Davies (words by Phil Park) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/148-3 : Chappell}

With a little bit of luck {from My Fair Lady} / Frederick Loewe (words by Alan Jay Lerner) {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/351-1.2 : 2 copies : Chappell}

With laughter and joy {from the 'Peasant' Cantata} / J S Bach (arr. E. Markham Lee) {p. duo 22/003- 9 : Murdoch}

With sick and famished eyes / Henry Purcell {10/045-8.2[12c] : Novello, Ewer}

With sick and famished eyes : for voice, w. piano (or harpischord) & violoncello / Henry Purcell (words by George Herbert) {set 17/460-6 : OUP}

With verdure clad {from Creation} / Joseph Haydn (Eng. words A. Hunter) {17/264-2 : Murdoch, Murdoch}

Within a mile of Edinburgh town : popular song / James Hook ([words by Thomas D’Urfey]) {16/050-4 [ 3] : Hart}

Within these sacred bowers {from The Magic Flute} : [bass aria: Sarastro] / W A Mozart {bass 17/419-8 : Boosey & Hawkes}

Within these sacred walls : song / Charles Prentice (words by Edith Temple) {17/456-1 : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crewe}

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

Without a song {from Great Day} / Vincent Youmans (lyric by William Rose & Edward Eliscu) {17/598-3 : 2 copies : a,b) No. 2 in Eb : Campbell, Connelly}

Wohltemperiertes Klavier 2er Teil : [2nd book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach (Mugellini, B) {21/015-7(2) : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Das wohltemperirte Clavier Tl 1-2 + Anhang / J S Bach (ed. Friedrich Chrysander) {20/090[1] : Holle}

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl : [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach (ed. Carl Czerny & F. A. Roitzsch) {21/015- 0.2[1] : Peters}

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl (Klavierwerke Bd 5-6) : [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach (ed. Carl Reinecke) {21/015- 0.2[2] : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Wohltemperirtes Clavier Bk 1 : [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach (arr. Orlando Morgan) {21/015-6(1) : 2 copies : Edwin Ashdown}

Wohltemperirtes Clavier Bk 1 : [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach (arr. Bruno Mugellini) {21/015-7(1) : Breitkopf & Härtel}

Wohltemperirtes Clavier Bk 2 : [2nd book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach (arr. Orlando Morgan) {21/015-6(2) : 2 copies : Edwin Ashdown #b) lacks all after p. 190}

Wohltemperirtes Clavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues) : analysis of the Fugues (by Orlando Morgan) / J S Bach {p. solo 21/015-6A : Edwin Ashdown}

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 1 / J S Bach (ed. Adolf Ruthardt) {21/015-9.4(1) : Peters}

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2 / J S Bach (ed. Carl Czerny) {21/015-9.2(2) : Peters}

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2 / J S Bach (ed. Franz Kroll) {21/015-9.5(2) : Peters}

The wolf / William Shield {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/512-2 : Paxton}

The woman of Samaria : sacred cantata / Sterndale Bennett {01/016-2 : Novello}

Won't you come roving? : song / Ronald Bateman (words by Norman Merrick) {17/040 : No. 3 in Bb : Gould & Bolttler}

The wonder album of soprano arias : [8 songs] / Var. Comp. {11/045 : 2 copies : Ricordi}

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

A wonderful day like today {from The Roar of the Greasepaint ...} / Leslie Bricusse (words & music by Bricusse & Anthony Newley) {17/101-3 : Concord}

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe} : Sir Brian's song / Arthur Sullivan (words by Julian Sturgis) {17/544-11 : No. 2 in Gb (orig.) : Chappell}

Woodland sketches Op. 51 Bk 1 : [5 pieces] / Edward MacDowell {p. solo 21/225-4(1) : Elkin}

  1. To a wild rose 2. Will o' the wisp 3. At an old trysting place 4. In Autumn 5. From an Indian lodge

Woodland sketches Op. 51 Bk 2 : [5 pieces] / Edward MacDowell {p. solo 21/225-4(2) : Elkin}

  1. To a waterlily 2. From Uncle Remus 3. A deserted farm 4. By a meadow brook 5. Told at sunset

[Works by Beethoven, Mozart, Bellini] / Var. Comp. {02/014-1 : Litolff (Enoch)}

[Works by Ernst and Prume] / Heinrich Ernst {violin & piano set 28/019 : Peters}

[Works by Handel and Scarlatti] / George Frideric Handel {p. solo 21/166 : Durand}

[Works by Brahms, Franck and Chopin] / Johannes Brahms {p. solo 21/052-0 : Simrock}

[Works by Johnson and Peebles] / Robert Johnson {SATB choir 05/008}

[Works by Lecocq, Pascal and Sullivan] / Var. Comp. {p. solo 16/070}

[Works by Mozart and Mendelssohn] / W A Mozart {p. solo 21/254-5.4 : Henry Litolff}

[Works by Oberthür, Wély and Buck] / Charles Oberthür {organ 40/180}

[Works by Schubert and Chopin] / Franz Schubert {p. solo 21/082-8.4 : Peters}

[Works by Spohr and Mendelssohn] / Louis Spohr {08/052-2 : Novello, Ewer}

[Works for oboe by Stein and Wagner] / Eduard Stein {oboe & piano set 36/091 : Schmidt}

[Works for piano, violin and voice] / Var. Comp. {misc. 28/075}

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

The world is mad {from The Dark Tower} : [for voice(mezzo) and clarinet in Bb] / Michael Head {set 36/038.5 #a) score only}

The world went very well then : humorous song / John Charles Bond-Andrews (written and sung by Mel. B. Spurr) {17/086.3 : Reynolds}

World's favourite violin pieces : [25 pieces] / Var. Comp. {violin & piano 28/063-7 : Ashley}

World-wide favourites, old and new / Alex Roloff (sel., arr. & ed. A. Roloff) {p. solo 20/009-2 : Augener}

The world's favourite songs No. 2 : [10 songs] / Var. Comp. {10/043-1( 2) : 2 copies : Newnes}

The world's favourite songs No. 10 : [10 songs] / Var. Comp. {10/043-1(10) : Newnes}

Wotan's Abschied und Feuerzauber {from Die Walküre} / Richard Wagner (transc. Georges Bell) {p. solo 21/372-6 : Schott}

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

Wth a voice of singing (Isaiah xlvii v.20) : short full anthem (for SATB) / Martin Shaw {p. voc. + sol-fa 02/108.5 : 2 copies : Curwen}

Wuthering Heights : opera / Bernard Herrmann {06/022}

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