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Tuesday 19th October 2021

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Bache, Constance  (1846-1903) English

Kantate Nr 56 "Ich will den Kreuztab gerne tragen" BWV 56: for bass solo / Bach {01/003-9 - Eng. trans. Constance Bache}

Three lyrics from Hänsel and Gretel / Humperdinck {sop. : 11/010 - Eng. adapt. Constance Bache}

  1. Folk Song 2. Sand-Man's Lullaby 3. Dawn Fairy's Song

Villanelle (With the swallow): song / Dell'Acqua {16/050-5 [27] - Fr. Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. Constance Bache}

Villanelle (With the swallow): song / Dell'Acqua {17/161 - Frédéric van der Elst; Eng. words Constance Bache}

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

Bailey, Philip James (1816-1902) English

The rose and the nightingale: song / Keel {17/312 - words from Bailey's 'Festus'}

Baker, Henry Williams (Sir) (1821-1877) English

The King of love my Shepherd Is: sacred song / Gounod {17/225-4 - words by Sir Henry W. Baker}

Baker, Theodore (1851-1934) American

Adieu forêts (Farewell ye mountains) {from Jeanne d'Arc}: sop. recit. & aria / Tchaikovsky {mez. : 17/550-1 - Eng. version Th. Baker}

Litany for All Souls' Day / Schubert {song : 17/496- 4 - Jacobi; Eng. version Th. Baker}

The maid of the mill: [20 songs] / Schubert {song : 09/169-2.1 - Eng. trans. Theodore Baker}

Songs (First vocal album complete - 82 songs) / Schubert {09/169-8(1) - Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker}

  1. Maid of the Mill 2. Winter Journey 3. Dying Strains 4. Twenty-Four Favourite Songs

Twenty-four favourite songs / Schubert {09/169-7 - Eng. trans. Dr Theodore Baker}

Ball, William (19th c.) English

Stabat Mater (Tribulation): [for SSTB soli, SATB & orch.] / Rossini {02/102 - Eng. adapt. William Ball}

Ballantine, James (1806-1877) Scottish

Castles in the air / Adams {song : 10/045-4[ 2] - words by James Ballantine}

Ballantine, John (19th c.) Scottish

My heather hills: [song and chorus (SAB or TBarB)] / Geikie {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[30] - words by John Ballantine}

Bampton, Claude (1908-1969) English

A tale of the sea: song / Bampton {17/026.5 - words by Claude Bampton}

Bantock, Helen F. (1868-1961) English

Cossack song / Dzerzhinsky {song : 17/174.8 - arr. Granville Bantock, Eng. words by Helen Bantock}

Easter hymn (Cantique de Pâques) / Bantock {song : 17/027-1 - Eng. text Helen Bantock}

Elfin lover: song / Bantock {17/027-6 - poem by Helen Bantock}

Barbier, Jules (1825-1901) French

Le baiser (A memory): song / Thomas {17/552-1 - Fr. words by Barbier, Eng. trans. M. C. Gillington}

Duo {from Philémon et Baucis}: duo (mez. & bar.) / Gounod {18/067-1 - poème de J. Barbier & M. Carré}

Faust / Gounod {libr. 03/055 - [French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré]}

Medjé: chanson arabe / Gounod {17/225-6 - poésie de Jules Barbier}

The mirror song {from Tales of Hoffmann}: aria: As jewels divine / Offenbach {song : 17/435-3 - Fre. by Jules Barbier; Eng. by Edward Agate}

Night of stars and night of love! {from Tales of Hoffmann}: celebrated barcarole / Offenbach {song : 17/435-1 - [orig. words by Jules Barbier]}

Valse de duo {from Mignon} / Thomas {mez. : 10/045-8.2[5] - paroles de M. Carr? et J. Barbier}

Baring-Gould, Sabine (1834-1924) English

Now the day is over: sacred song / Marks {17/382.5 - words by Rev. S. Baring-Gould}

Barker, George Arthur (1812-1876) English

Love song waltzes Op. 52: p. duet w. solo & mixed v. ad lib. / Brahms {09/025-5 - Eng. version George Barker}

Love song waltzes Op. 52: without p. accomp. / Brahms {SATB soli : chor. sc. 09/025-6 - Eng. version George Barker}

Barkworth, John Edmond (1858-1929) English

Six songs / Barkworth {09/011 - words by J. E. Barkworth}

  1. Living song 2. Youth's wisdom 3. Lucy at her window on Christmas morning 4. Morning song 5. Twilight song 6. Emigrant's cradle song

Barnard, Charlotte Alington (1830-1869) English

see Claribel

Barnes, Howard (20th c.) English

I'll turn to you: song / Craven {17/142-1 - words by Howard Barnes}

My life Is yours: song / Craven {17/142-2 - words by Howard Barnes}

Barnes, William (1801-1886) English

Linden Lea: Dorset song / Vaughan-Williams {10/087[15] - words by W. Barnes}

Linden Lea: Dorset song / Vaughan-Williams {17/555-1 - words by W. Barnes}

Barr, Matthias (b.1831) Scottish

My treasure: song / Trevalsa {17/553.3 - words by Matthias Barr}

Barrie, Royden (=Harry Rodney Bennett) (1890-1948) American

see also Bennett, Rodney

Advice: song / Carew {17/113-4 - words by Royden Barrie}

Bird songs at eventide / Coates {song : 17/127- 1 - words by Royden Barrie}

Bird songs at eventide / Coates {sop./ ten. & contr./ bar. : 18/035.3 - words by Royden Barrie arr. William Stickles}

A brown bird singing: song / Wood {17/590- 5 - words by Royden Barrie}

Dearest, I love the morning: song / Wood {17/590- 2 - words by Royden Barrie}

I heard you singing: song / Coates {17/127-11 - words by Royden Barrie}

Over the meadow: song / Carew {17/113-5 - words by Royden Barrie}

Poor man's garden: song / Russell {17/484-1 - words by Royden Barrie}

Tiptoe: song / Carew {17/113-6 - words by Royden Barrie}

Waiting for you: song / Phillips {17/448- 9 - words by Royden Barrie}

Barron, J. Francis (1870-1940) English

The trumpeter: song / Dix {10/045-7[1] - words by J. Francis Barron}

The trumpeter: song / Dix {17/165.8 - words by J. Francis Barron}

Bart, Lionel (1930-1999) Anglo-Jewish

As long as he needs me {from Oliver} / Bart {song : 17/039-1.3 - lyrics and music by Lionel Bart}

Consider yourself {from Oliver} / Bart {song : 17/039-1.1 - words and music by Lionel Bart}

Food glorious food {from Oliver} / Bart {song : 17/039-1.2 - words and music by Lionel Bart}

Bartholomew, William (1793-1867) English

Eli: oratorio / Costa {08/014 - words by William Bartholomew}

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio / Mendelssohn {08/043-1 - Eng. version W. Bartholomew}

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio / Mendelssohn {08/043-1.2 - Eng. version W. Bartholomew}

Elijah Op. 70 / Mendelssohn {SATB soli : 08/043-1.3 - Eng. version W. Bartholomew}

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio / Mendelssohn {08/043-1.4 - [Eng. version W. Bartholomew]}

Elijah Op. 70: oratorio (new ed.) / Mendelssohn {08/043-1.1 - [Eng. version W. Bartholomew]}

Hear my prayer: motett for sop. solo & chor. (SATB) / Mendelssohn {05/011 - words by William Bartholomew}

Hear my prayer: hymn for sop. solo & chor. (SATB) / Mendelssohn {05/011.1 - words by William Bartholomew}

Sing ye to the Lord (Singet dem Herrn): motet for double choir / Bach {05/001-3 - Eng. words by William Bartholomew}

The Spirit also helpeth us (Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf): motet for double choir / Bach {05/001-4 - Eng. words by William Bartholomew}

Battersby, Caryl James (b.1858) English

Cupid at the ferry: song / German {16/050-4 [29] - words by Caryl Battersby}

Daffodils a'blowing: song / German {16/050-4 [27] - words by Caryl Battersby}

Daffodils a-blowing: song / German {17/214- 8 - words by Caryl Battersby}

Love the pedlar: [song] / German {16/050-4 [22] - words by Caryl Battersby}

Who'll buy my lavender?: song / German {17/214- 7 - words by Caryl Battersby}

Bax, Clifford (1886-1962) English

Polly by John Gay, being the Second Part of 'The Beggar's Opera' / Austin {07/012-2 - adapted by Clifford Bax}

Turn back, O Man / Holst {SATB choir : 02/060-4 - words by Clifford Bax}

Baylis, Richard Australian

The stock-rider's song {from Six Australian Bush Songs} / James {song : 17/297-4(6) - words by Richard Baylis}

Beaman, Emeric Edward Jeffrey (Hulme) (1864-1937) English

see Hulme-Beaman, Emeric

Beddoes, Thomas Lovell (1803-1849) English

If there were dreams to Sell / Ireland {song : 17/294-4 - words by Thomas Lovell Beddoes}

Bedloe, Christopher (1937-2021) English

A Christmas carol: musical play / Shapcott {07/031.5 - book by Christopher Bedloe, lyrics by James Wood}

Bellamy, William Henry (1800-1866) English

He that hath a pleasant face: 4-part song / Hatton {05/006 - words by W.H. Bellamy}

Queen of the Night: trio (SSB) / Smart {18/149-2 - words by W. H. Bellamy}

Simon the Cellarer / Hatton {song : 17/260-1 - words by W.H. Bellamy}

Belloc, Hilaire (1870-1953) Anglo-French

Twelfth night / Copley {song : 17/137.8 - words by Hilaire Belloc}

Benjamin, Torrence (20th c.) American

Will o' the wisp / Spross {song : 17/526.5-2 - words by Torrence Benjamin}

Bennett, F. Roy (20th c.) English

Three carols for the Nativity: voc. duet / Bennett {18/019 - words by F. Roy Bennett}

  1. The Shepherds and the Angels 2. Bethlehem Lies Sleeping 3. Come to the Manger

Bennett, Harry Rodney (1890-1948) American

see also Barrie, Royden

see also Bennett, Rodney

Bennett, Joseph (1831-1911) English

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

St John's Eve: old English idyll for soli, chor. & orch. / Cowen {01/027 - poem by Joseph Bennett}

Bennett, Rodney (1890-1948) American

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé} / Quilter {song : 17/462- 9 - words by Rodney Bennett}

Love calls through the Summer night {from Rosmé}: duet (mez. & bar.) / Quilter {18/127-2 - words by Rodney Bennett}

Benson, Arthur Christopher (1862-1925) English

In the dawn {from The professor}: song / Elgar {17/178-6 - words by Arthur Christopher Benson}

Land of hope and glory: song / Elgar {16/050-3 [ 3] - words by Arthur C. Benson}

Land of hope and glory: song / Elgar {17/178-5 - words by Arthur C. Benson}

Ode to music / Parry {01/063-3 - poem by Arthur Benson}

Berlin, Irving (1888-1989) American

All alone {from The Punch-bowl}: waltz song / Berlin {17/069-10 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

Annie Get Your Gun / Berlin {07/004-1 - lyrics by Irving Berlin}

Anything you can do {from Annie Get Your Gun} / Berlin {song : 17/069-4 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

Blue skies: fox-trot song / Berlin {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-6 - written & composed by Irving Berlin}

Easter parade / Berlin {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-7 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

The golden years of Irving Berlin: [27 songs] / Berlin {09/017 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

Let me sing and I'm happy {from Jolson Sings Again} / Berlin {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-5 - words by Irving Berlin}

My defences are down {from Annie Get Your Gun} / Berlin {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-11 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

A pretty girl is like a melody / Berlin {song : 17/069-3 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

Russian lullaby: waltz song / Berlin {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-12 - words & music by Irving Berlin}

Say It with music: song fox trot / Berlin {17/069-1 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

Sisters {from White Christmas} / Berlin {song : 17/069-2 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

The song is ended (But the melody lingers on): waltz-song / Berlin {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/069-9 - written & composed by Irving Berlin}

There's no business like show business {from Annie Get your Gun} / Berlin {song : 17/069-4.8 - words and music by Irving Berlin}

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

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

Bernhoff, John (20th c.) Unknown

Des Knaben Wunderhorn and the Rückert Lieder: [29 songs] / Mahler {09/117-3 - Eng. trans. Stanley Appelbaum, John Bernhoff, Addie Funk}

Eichendorff-Lieder vol. 1: [10 songs] / Wolf {09/212-2(1) - Eng. trans. John Bernhoff}

Lieder-Album Bd 1: [11 songs] / Strauss {song : 09/186(1) - Eng. words John Bernhoff}

Lieder-Album Bd 3: [10 songs] / Strauss {song : 09/186(3) - Eng. words John Bernhoff}

Lieder nach verschiedenen Dichtern Bd 1: [12 songs] / Wolf {09/212-5(1) - Eng. trans. John Bernhoff}

  a) Sechs Lieder fur eine Frauenstimme b) Alte Weisen, sechs Gedichte von Keller

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

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

Vierzehn Lieder aus Des Knaben Wunderhorn / Mahler {09/117-4 - Eng. trans. John Bernhoff, Addie Funk}

Bernstein, Leonard (1918-1980) American

Cool {from West Side Story} / Bernstein {song : 17/074-1 - words by Stephen Sondheim & Leonard Bernstein}

Bethune, George Washington (1805-1862) American

The auld Scotch sangs / Leeson {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/334 - words by Rev. Dr Bethune}

Betjemann, Rose Dafforne (1858-1918) English

The story of Calvary: cantata / Adams {01/002-1 - words by Rose Dafforne Betjemann}

Beverley, M. Unknown

Fly, little dove: set in canon for two equal v. / Marzials {18/097-1 - words by M. Beverley}

Bingham, G. Clifton (1859-1913) English

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

Beyond: song / St Quentin {16/050-5 [24] - words by Clifton Bingham}

The city of the King: [song] / Barri {16/050-4 [16] - written by Clifton Bingham}

Dear heart: song / Mattei {16/050-3 [ 4] - words by G Clifton Bingham}

L'Été / Chaminade {song : 17/115 - words by Ed. Guinand; Eng. words by Clifton Bingham}

Giver of life: song / Fortescue {16/050-4 [38] - words by Clifton Bingham}

In old Madrid: song / Trotère {16/050-4 [21] - words by Clifton Bingham}

In your dear eyes: song / Trotère {16/050-5 [14] - words by Clifton Bingham}

Love, could I only tell thee: song / Capel {17/110 - words by Clifton Bingham}

Love's old sweet song / Molloy {song : 10/045-4[25] - words by G. Clifton Bingham}

Love's old sweet song: song / Molloy {17/406-3 - words by G. Clifton Bingham}

Love's old sweet song: voc. duet [sop. & ten] / Molloy {18/105--2(2) - words by Clifton Bingham}

The mission of a rose: song / Cowen {16/050-3 [24] - words by Clifton Bingham}

My memories: song / Tosti {10/045-9[4] - words by Clifton Bingham}

Old and new: voc. gavotte / Bonheur {17/087-1 - words by G. Clifton Bingham}

The palms (Les rameaux): sacred song / Fauré {mez./ bar. : 17/188-4 - J. Bertrand; Eng. words Clifton Bingham}

The promise of life: song / Cowen {17/140-5 - words by Clifton Bingham}

Sing me to sleep (Sing mir dein Lied): song / Greene {16/050-5 [30] - words by Clifton Bingham; Ger. Frida Wilhelmi}

Sleep & forget: [song] / White {16/050-5 [20] - words by Clifton Bingham}

The swallows: song / Cowen {10/045-5[12] - words by Clifton Bingham}

That haven fair: song / Barnby {10/045-4[ 9] - words by G. Clifton Bingham}

There let me rest (Dort lass mich ruh'n): [song with] violin obbl. ad lib. / Greene {17/233.5 - words by Clifton Bingham}

There let me rest (Dort lass mich ruhn): [song] / Greene {16/050-4 [33] - words by Clifton Bingham}

A thought: song / Johnson {17/300 - words by Clifton Bingham}

Thy voice: song / Redhead {10/045-9[9] - words by Clifton Bingham}

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

Binyon, Laurence (1869-1943) English

Bab-Lock-Hythe / Shaw {song : 17/510-1 - words by Laurence Binyon}

For the Fallen Op. 80 No. 3: oratorio / Elgar {sop./ ten. : 08/019-3 - poem by Laurence Binyon}

The spirit of England Op. 80: for ten. or sop. solo, chor. & orch. / Elgar {01/037-7 - three poems by Laurence Binyon}

Birdseye, George W. (b.1844) American

When lovers say 'Good night': serenade / Hatton {song : 16/050-3 [22] - words by G. W. Birdseye}

Bishop, Edith Scottish

The snow is on the mountain (Der Schnee liegt auf den Bergen) / King {song : 17/319.8 - orig. Edith Bishop; Ger. Walt Harau}

Björnson, Björnstjerne (1832-1910) Norwegian

Klein Venevil (Sweet Venevil) / Delius {song : 17/160 - Bj. Björnson}

Song of the King Op. 22 {from The Northmen}: [cantata] / Grieg {01/045 - words by Björnson}

Black, H. Broughton Unknown

Tenor and baritone: humorous (vocal) duet / Wilson {ten. & bar. : 18/179-2 - words by H. Broughton Black}

Blackie, John Stuart (1809-1895) Scottish

A Highland love song (My fair and rare one) / Senior {17/505-1 - Eng. words by Prof. Blackie; arr. Wilfrid Senior}

Blair, Elizabeth Rosemary Unknown

Twilight: song / Kennedy {17/315.5 - words by Elizabeth Rosemary Blair}

Blake, James Vila (1842-1925) American

When lights go rolling round the sky: song / Ireland {10/087[ 9] - words by James Vila Blake}

When lights go rolling round the sky: song / Ireland {17/294-8 - words by James Vila Blake}

Blake, William (1757-1827) English

Daybreak {from Three Songs of William Blake} Op. 20 No. 3 / Quilter {song : 17/462-10}

The Lamb: unison song / Henschel {02/056 - words by Wm Blake}

The lamb / Henschel {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283-6 - words by William Blake}

Three Blake songs: for med. v & piano / Raphael {17/465.25-2 - words by William Blake}

  1. The shepherd 2. The fly 3. The lamb

Three songs of innocence / Darke {09/053 - words by William Blake}

  1. The shepherd 2. The lamb 3. Spring

Three songs of innocence, No. 1: The Lamb / Jacob {09/093[1] - words by William Blake}

[Three songs of innocence, Nos. 1 & 2] / Jacob {09/093 - words by William Blake}

Three songs of innocence, No. 2: The Shepherd / Jacob {09/093[2] - words by William Blake}

Blaze, H. Unknown

Chant de mai (Mailied) / Meyerbeer {song : 10/045-4[19] - Dichtung von H. Blaze}

Bledlowe, John Unknown

Clorinda: song / Morgan {17/412 - lyric by John Bledlowe}

Blitzstein, Marc (1905-1964) American

Mack the knife {from The Threepenny Opera} / Weill {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/568-1 - Eng. words Marc Blitzstein (from orig. by Bertolt Brecht)}

Blunt, George Henry Bruce (1899-1957) English

Billy: for sop. or ten. / Clarke {17/122.5 - words by Bruce Blunt}

Bodenstedt, Friedrich Martin von (1819-1892) German

Oh tell me, nightingale / Lehmann {song : 17/336-7 - words from Bodenstedt's Songs of Mirza-Schaffy}

Ein Traum (A dream / Un rêve) / Grieg {song : 17/234-7 - Gedicht von Bodenstedt}

Bogosoff, Katerina Unknown

I dream that I hear you singing: song / Marshall {17/383-1 - words by Katerina Bogosoff}

Boileau, Marie Unknown

A flower (Sænk kun dit hoved, du blomst): song / Knudsen {17/321 - [orig. Johannes Jørgensen] Eng. version Marie Boileau}

Gesang Weyla's (Weyla's song) / Wolf {song : 17/588-4 - M?rike (Eng. Marie Boileau)}

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

Bonar, H. Unknown

Come unto me: song for low v. / Coenen {17/131 - words by Rev. H. Bonar}

Bonett, Emery (1906-1995) English

Take the sun: duet for sop. & ten. / Rota {18/135 - words by Emery Bonett}

Bonne, Rose (20th c.) Unknown

I know an old lady / Mills {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/403 - words by Rose Bonne}

Bottomley, Gordon (1874-1948) English

Goneril's lullaby / Keats {song : 17/311.5 - words by Gordon Bottomley {from 'King Lear's Wife'}}

Sanctuaries: song / Bainton {10/089[16] - words by Gordon Bottomley}

Valley moonlight: song / Bainton {10/089[18] - words by Gordon Bottomley}

Boulton, Harold (1859-1935) English

Bonnie Strathyre {from Songs of the North}: old air / Lawson {17/331- 3 - words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Coronach: for the death of Cuthullin / Barratt {song : 17/034 - words by Harold Boulton}

Gathering daffodils / Somervell {song : 17/523-1 - words by Harold Boulton}

The gentle maiden: old Irish air / Somervell {song : 17/523-2 - Eng. words by Harold Boulton}

Glorious Devon!: song / German {17/214- 2 - words by Harold Boulton}

A Highland pastoral (Duanag na h-airigh) / MacLeod {song : 17/372-1 - words by Harold Boulton}

Maiden of Morven (Ossianic love lament) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody / Lawson {10/055[5] - words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Maiden of Morven (Ossianic love lament) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody / Lawson {17/331- 1 - words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Oor ain glen / MacLeod {song : 17/372-2 - words by Harold Boulton}

The Princess of Lochlann: legend for mixed choir, bar. & sop. soli / Lewis {01/054.8 - words by Harold Boulton}

Skye boat song (Jacobite) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland rowing measure / Lawson {17/331- 2 - words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Skye boat song {from Songs of the North}: duet / MacLeod {18/083 - words by Harold Boulton; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Time's garden: song w. cello accomp. / Thomas {set 17/552-2 - words by Harold Boulton}

Bourget, Paul (1852-1935) French

Les cloches (The bells) / Debussy {song : 17/154-1 - poésie de Paul Bourget}

Romance / Debussy {song : 17/154-2 - poésie de Paul Bourget}

Bourne, Patrisha Ronald (20th c.) Unknown

My heart for you / Bourne {song : 17/092.5 - words and music by Patrisha Ronald Bourne}

Bowler, Elsie R. (20th c.) English

I shall be there: song / Wood {17/590- 4 - words by Elsie R. Bowler}

Bowles, Fred G. Unknown

Dear little town: song / Sanderson {17/488- 3 - words by Fred G. Bowles}

A noontide song / Ring {17/474 - words by Fred G. Bowles}

Sorrow no more: song / Craxton {17/142.5 - words by Fred Bowles}

Summer rain: song / James {17/297-1 - words by Fred G. Bowles from the Fr. of Albert Fleury}

The valley of laughter: song / Sanderson {17/488- 8 - words by Fred G. Bowles}

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

Box, Elton Unknown

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

Boyce, Samuel (d.1775) English

Colin's success / De Fesch {song : 17/152 - words by Mr. Boyce; air by William Defesch arr. Elizabeth Poston}

Boyer, Georges Unknown

Rosette: idylle / Bemberg {sop. & ten. : 17/056-3 - poésie de Georges Boyer}

Boyer, Lucien (1876-1942) French

Valencia {from Palladium Pleasures} / Padilla Sánchez {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/441-1 - words by Lucien Boyer & Jacques Charles; Eng. version Eric Valentine}

Bramley, Henry Ramsden (1833-1917) English

O Thou, the Central Orb: anthem {for TrATB] / Wood {org. + voc. sc. 02/142 - words by H. R. Bramley}

Brampton, Scott Unknown

Rosemary: ballad / Bartlett {song : 17/039.5-2 - words by Scott Brampton}

Brandon, Herbert J. (1878-1945) English

Can't remember: song / Goatley {10/045-6[3] - words by Herbert J. Brandon}

Can't remember: song / Goatley {17/222.15 - words by Herbert J. Brandon}

Cradle song of the coast / Turner {17/553.85 - words by Herbert J. Brandon}

Love's a merchant: song / Carew {17/113 - words by Herbert J. Brandon}

She shall have music: song / Murray {17/423-9 - words by Herbert J. Brandon}

Soldier, what is the news you bring?: song / Murray {17/423-4 - words by Herbert J Brandon}

Te Deum: sacred song / Redman {17/467 - words by Herbert J. Brandon}

Bratton, John Walter (1867-1947) American

One world: song / O'Hara {17/436-2 - words by John W. Bratton}

Braund, William Alfred (1857-1938) Scottish

see Wilfrid Mills

Brel, Jacques (1929-1978) Belgian

Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: souvenir album [of 9 songs incl. 5 composed by or with Gérard Jouannest] / Brel {09/027 - French words by Jacques Brel, Eng. by Mort Shuman & Eric Blau}

Bricusse, Leslie (1931- English

I've never seen anything like it {from Doctor Dolittle} / Bricusse {song : 17/101-1 - words & music by Leslie Bricusse}

Talk to the animals {from Doctor Dolittle} / Bricusse {song : 17/101-2 - words & music by Leslie Bricusse}

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

Bridgen, William Frederick (1871-1924) English

see Leigh, Fred. W.

Bridges, Robert (1844-1930) English

Spring goeth all in white: song / Elkin {17/179-1 - poem by Robert Bridges}

Briusov, Valerii (1873-1924) Russian

Poema (Poem) {from "3 Arias"}: voice & piano / Khachaturian {17/319.5 - slova V. Briusova trans. W. H. Easterbrook}

Broad, J. Astor (19th c.) English

Joseph: sacred cantata / Broad {sol-fa only 44/007 - words & music J. Astor Broad}

Broadhurst, A. V. Unknown

The sunrise is coming: song / Del Riego {17/156- 7 - lyric by A. V. Broadhurst}

Brooke, Rupert (1887-1915) English

Nineteen fourteen: [cantata] for bar. solo, chor. & orch. / Nicholson {01/060.9 - poems by Rupert Brooke}

The soldier / Ireland {song : 17/294-7 - words by Rupert Brooke}

Spring sorrow / Ireland {song : 17/294-10 (a) - words by Rupert Brooke}

Vo cercando (I go seeking) {from Daphne} / Astorga {song : 10/045-6[19] - words by Rupert Brooke}

Brooks, Philip Unknown

Under the silent stars: a Christmas song [w. violin obbl. ad lib.] / Coombs {set 17/137 - words by Philip Brooks}

Brown, Ethel A. Unknown

When I'm at rest: song / Arnold {17/016.2 - words by Ethel A. Brown}

Brown, Herbert S. Unknown

The Holy Boy: song / Ireland {17/294-2 - poem by Herbert S. Brown}

Brown, T. E. Unknown

Rest / Handel {song : 17/251-6 - words by Rev. T. E. Brown}

Browning, Robert (1812-1889) English

The pied piper of Hamelin / Parry {ten. & bass : 01/063-4 - poem by Robert Browning}

Bryan, Con Unknown

Let me this day: based on an old Wesh folk song / Warren {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/565 - words by Con Bryan}

Bryan, Vincent Patrick (1878-1937) American

Under a panama {from Sergeant Brue}: [song] / Mullen {16/050-5 [13] - words by Vincent Bryan}

Bryusov, Valery (1873-1924) Russian

see Briusov, Valeri

Buckton, Alice Mary (1867-1944) English

The heart worships / Holst {song : 17/287-1 - words by Alice M. Buckton}

Bullett, Gerald (1893-1958) English

Madonna and Child: carol / Thiman {song : 17/551-2 - words by Gerald Bullett}

Bunce, Henry Shapcott (1854-1917) English

see also Wensley, Shapcott

Bunn, Alfred (1796-1860) English

Songs: [10 songs] / Balfe {09/009 - words by Alfred Bunn et al.}

Bunten, Alice Chambers (20th c.) English

Elizabeth's prayer {from Tannhäuser} / Wagner {sop. : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/559-1 - new Eng. version A. C. Bunten}

Narcissus: song / Nevin {16/050-4 [18] - adaptation & words by A. Bunten}

Burke, Johnny Unknown

Busy doing nothing / Van Heusen {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/554-1 - words by Johnny Burke}

Misty / Garner {song : 17/208-1 - lyric by Johnny Burke}

Swinging on a star / Van Heusen {song : 17/554-4 - words by Johnny Burke}

Burnand, Francis Cowley (Sir) (1836-1917) English

Cox and box; or, Long lost brothers: triumviretta / Sullivan {07/040-1 - librettist: F. C. Burnand}

Jolly old Borneo: [concerted song] / Pether {17/447.2 - written by H. M. Burnaby}

The tar's farewell: ballad / Adams {song : 17/004-10 - words by F. C. Burnand}

Burns, Robert (1759-1796) Scottish

Ae' fond kiss / Gatty {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[64] - words by Burns; possibly by Alfred Scott Gatty}

Ae fond kiss: Scotch song / Gatty {17/210-1 - words by Robert Burns}

Ae fond kiss {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody / Lawson {17/331- 4 - words by Robert Burns; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Afton water / Hamilton {song : 17/248-1 - words by Robert Burns; arr. Iain Hamilton}

Afton Water / Hume {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[21] - words by Burns}

Afton water: Scottish song / Hume {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/293-1 - words by Burns}

Annie Laurie / Scott (Lady John Douglas) {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[50] - words by Burns}

Bonnie wee thing / Diack {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-8 - words by Burns}

Bonnie wee thing / Lehmann {song : 10/087[17] - words by Robert Burns}

Charming Chloe: song for med. v. / German {17/214-13 - words by Robert Burns}

Comin' thro' the rye (Anon / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[34] - words by Burns}

The Deil's awa' wi' the exciseman / Diack {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-6 - words by Robert Burns}

The farewell Op. 3 No. 1: song / Davies {17/149-2 - [words] by Robert Burns}

A farewell / Henderson {song : 17/270-2 - words by Robert Burns}

Fifty selected songs of Burns / Var. Comp. {10/012}

Gae bring to me a pint o' wine / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[57] - words by Burns}

I dream'd I lay where flowers were springing / Henderson {song : 17/270-3 - words by Robert Burns}

Invocation (a prayer for Mary) / Henderson {song : 17/270-1 - words by Robert Burns}

John Anderson, my jo / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[40] - words by Burns}

The Lea-rig / Elliott {song : 17/180.3 - words: Robert Burns}

A man's a man for a' that / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[33] - words by Burns}

Mary Morison / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[49] - words by Burns}

My love is like a red, red rose: 2-part song for sop. & contr. / Williams {18/177 - poem by Robert Burns}

My Nannie: song / White {10/045-5[ 1] - words by Robert Burns}

My Nannie's awa' / MacCunn {song : 17/364-2 - by Burns}

My wife's a winsome wee thing / Diack {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-1 - words by Robert Burns}

O' a' the airts / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[58] - words by Burns}

O were I on Parnassus' Hill: song / Henschel {17/283-2 - poem by Robert Burns; old Scotch air arr. George Henschel}

O wert thou in thy cauld blast: duet / Mendelssohn {p. voc. + sol-fa 18/100 - by Robert Burns}

O! Willie brew'd a peck o' maut / Shore {TBarB soli : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[65] - words by Burns}

Quodlibet {from The Jolly Beggars}: SATB / Davie {SATB soli : p. voc. + sol-fa 18/040 - words by [Robert] Burns}

A rose-bud by my early walk: part-song (SATB) / Finlay {18/057 - words by Burns}

A rosebud by my early walk / Diack {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/162-5 - words by Robert Burns}

The songs of Robert Burns: specially selected for key-settings / Var. Comp. {10/093}

Tam Glen / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[23] - words by Burns}

The thorn / Shield {song : 17/512 - words by Charles Dibdin?, after Burns?}

To Chloë (in sickness) (An Chloe als sie krank war): song / Bennett {17/066 - Eng. words by Robert Burns}

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

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

Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[35] - words by Burns}

Burnside, Helen Marion (1841-1923) English

An old garden: song / Temple {10/045-4[15] - words by Helen Marion Burnside}

An old garden: song / Temple {10/045-6[2] - words by Helen Marion Burnside}

An old garden: song / Temple {17/550.4 - words by Helen Marion Burnside}

Burton, Nat (1901-1945) American

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

Bussine, Romain (1830-1899) French

Après un rêve (After a dream) / Fauré {low v. : 17/188-1 - paroles de Romain Bussine}

Butcher, Ernest Unknown

The bulls won't bellow: song / Hocking {17/285.7 - words by Ernest Butcher}

Butler, Ralph Thomas  (1886-1969) English

I hear your voice: song / Evans {17/184.7 - words by Ralph Butler}

Run, rabbit, - run! {The Little Dog Laughed}: with war-time parody choruses / Gay {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/211-3 - words by Noel Gay & Ralph Butler}

Byron, George Gordon (1788-1824) Anglo-Scottish

Lochnagar / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[45] - words by Byron}

So we'll go no more a roving / White {song : 10/076[7] - words by Lord Byron}

So we'll go no more a roving: song / White {17/571-3 - words by Lord Byron}

So, we'll go no more a-roving / Peterkin {song : 17/447-2 - words by Byron}

There be none of beauty's daughters, Op. 2 / Tovey {song : 17/553.1 - Eng. words Lord Byron}

Byron, May Clarissa Gillington (d.1936) English

My dear soul: Wessex love song / Sanderson {17/488-14 - words by May Byron}

295 works by 107 writers/librettists, with 9 cross-references

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