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Thursday 21st October 2021

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Caesar, Irving Unknown

I want to be happy {from No No Nanette} / Youmans {song : 17/598-1 - words by Irving Caesar}

Swanee {from Jig-Saw}: voc. one-step / Gershwin {17/216-1 - words by I. Caesar}

Tea for two {from No No Nanette} / Youmans {song : 17/598-2 - words by Irving Caesar}

Cahn, Sammy Unknown

High hopes / Van Heusen {song : 17/554-2 - lyrics by Sammy Cahn}

It's nice to go travelling / Van Heusen {song : 17/554-3 - lyrics by Sammy Cahn}

Second time around / Van Heusen {song : 17/554-5 - words by Sammy Cahn}

Califano, Aniello Unknown

Girulà!: canzone popolare per Piedigrotta '95 / Nutile {10/045-5[20] - versi di A. Califano}

Calvocoressi, Michel-Dimitri (1877-1944) Greek-French

The thresher (D'un vanneur de blé aux vents) / Berkeley {song : 17/068-1 - words by Joachim Du Bellay; Eng. trans. M D Calvocoressi}

Campbell, Grace Unknown

Jessie's dream: story of the Relief of Lucknow / Blockley {song : 10/045-4[ 1] - written by Grace Campbell}

Jessie's dream: story of the relief of Lucknow / Blockley {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/083 - words by Grace Campbell}

Campbell, Joseph (1879-1944) Irish

see also Mac Cathmhaoil, Seosamh

Five Irish songs / Bax {09/013 - words by Padraig Colm, Joseph Campbell, J. M. Synge}

  1. The pigeons 2. As I came over the grey, grey hills 3. I heard a piper calling 4. Across the door 5. Beg-Innish

I heard a piper piping: song / Bax {17/043-2 - words by Joseph Campbell}

I will go with my father a-ploughing {from Three Pastoral Songs} Op. 22 No. 1 / Quilter {song : 17/462-20(1) - words by Joseph Campbell}

The journeyman weaver {from Three Songs for voice & viola} / Peterkin {17/447-4(1) - words by Joseph Campbell}

Campbell, Thomas (1777-1844) Scottish

At love's beginning: duet for sop. & bar. / Lehmann {18/085 - words by Thomas Campbell}

The song of Hybrias the Cretan / Elliott {17/180 - Eng. trans. Thomas Campbell}

Canton, William (1845-1926) English

A Christmas carol: song / Keel {17/312-3 - words by Wlliam Canton}

Capel-Cure, Edward (1820-1890) English

The Light of life (Lux Christi) Op. 29: short oratorio for soli, chor. & orch. / Elgar {08/019-5 - words by Rev. E. Capel-Cure}

Capell, Richard (1885-1954) English

Anacreon's grave (Anakreons Grab) / Wolf {song : 17/588-1 - Goethe (Eng. Richard Capell)}

Gretchen at the spinning wheel (Gretchen am Spinnrade) Op.2 / Schubert {song : 17/496- 3 - Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell}

Das Lied im Grünen (Spring in the forest) Op. 115 no 1 / Schubert {song : 17/496-14 - words by Reil; Eng. version Richard Capell}

Love's peace (Du bist die Ruh) / Schubert {song : 17/496- 5 - Rückert; Eng. version Richard Capell}

Spring in the forest (Das Lied im Grünen) Op. 115 no 1 / Schubert {song : 17/496-14 - words by Reil; Eng. version Richard Capell}

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

Carew, Thomas (1594-1640) English

Six songs / Lawes {09/107 - words by Thomas Carew (1-4) & Robert Herrick (5-6); arr. Gwilym Beechey}

  1. Persuasions to enjoy 2.Happy youth that shalt possess 3 A beautiful Mistress 4.Read in these roses 5.Seest thou those diamonds 6 Cupid as he lay

When June is past: [song] / White {16/050-3 [20] - words by Thomas Carew}

Carman, Bliss (1861-1929) Canadian

At Columbine's grave: song / Shaw {17/510-6 - words by Bliss Carman}

Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929) English

The lake of beauty Op. 39 No. 1 / Boughton {song : 17/092-4 - words by Edward Carpenter}

Carpenter, Joseph Edwards (1813-1885) English

Tell us, O tell us: voc. duet / Glover {18/063-3 - words by J. E. Carpenter}

Carré, Michel (1819-1872) French

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]}

Carter, Sydney (1915-2004) English

The youth of the heart {from The Lyric Revue} / Swann {song : 17/546-2 - words by Sydney Carter}

Cavanass, James Mulloy (b.1842) American

By the waters of Minnetonka: Indian love song (w. violin or flute accomp., ad lib.) / Lieurance {17/345 - words by J. M. Cavanass}

Chambers, A. L. (1830-1908) English

see Lehmann, Amelia

Chaplin, Charles (1889-1977) English

This is my song / Chaplin {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/116.5-1 - words and music by Charles Chaplin}

Charles, Duc d'Orléans (1394-1465) French

My gostly fader: [song] / Warlock {10/089[ 9] - attrib. Charles d'Orleans}

Trois chansons de France / Debussy {09/057-1 - words by Charles Duc d'Orléans (1,3) and Tristan L'hermite (2)}

  1. Rondel 2. La Grotte 3. Rondel

Charles, Hughie (1907-1995) English

There'll always be an England / Parker {song : 17/441.8 - words and music by Ross Parker & Hugh Charles}

Chater, Mary Unknown

Golden light (Agnus Dei) {from L`Arlésienne suite 2}: mélodie religieuse pour contr. ou bar., violon solo ou violoncelle, p. ou harpe, harm. ou orgue / Bizet {17/080-4 - Eng. words by Mary Chater}

Chaucer, Geoffrey (c1340-1400) English

The Canterbury pilgrims: for chor., orch. & 3 soloists (sop., ten., bar.) / Dyson {01/035-1 - portraits from Prologue to Canterbury Tales}

Child, Harold (1869-1945) English

A Cotswold romance: cantata [for sop. & ten. soli & mixed chor.] / Vaughan-Williams {01/076-2 - adapt. from the opera Hugh the Drover by Harold Child}

Chorley, Henry Fothergill (1808-1872) English

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org. / Bach {set 10/045-9[11] - adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley}

Ave Maria: for mez., violin or violoncello solo, p. & org. / Gounod {set 17/224-3 - adapted to J. S. Bach's 1st Prelude; Eng. words Henry Chorley}

Faust: grand opera / Gounod {06/020-1 - Eng. version H. F. Chorley; arr. Clarence Lucas}

  additional Eng. libretto for "Jack of Hearts" in MS. by William Jolly(?)

The flower song {from Faust} / Gounod {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/224-8 - words by H. F. Chorley}

The jewel song {from Faust} / Gounod {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/225-3 - arr. Alfred Moffat; Eng. version H. F. Chorley}

Loving smile of sister kind (Invocation) {from Faust}: cavatina / Gounod {song : 17/225-5 - O. Pradère; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley}

The May Queen: pastoral cantata / Bennett {01/016-1 - written by Henry F. Chorley}

Nazareth ('Though poor be the chamber'): anthem for bar. solo & chor. / Gounod {02/050-2 - words by Henry F. Chorley; arr. John E. West}

Nazareth: sacred song / Gounod {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/225-8 - A. Porte; Eng. words by Henry F. Chorley}

Sérénade: berceuse / Gounod {song : 10/045-4[12] - poésie de Victor Hugo; Eng. words Henry F. Chorley}

When all was young {from Faust}: romance w. v-c obbl. / Gounod {16/050-4 [34] - Eng. Henry F. Chorley, Fr. O. Pradère}

Chrystabel (1867-1958) English

Bird of blue: song / German {17/214- 9 - words by Chrystabel [Florence G. Attenborough]}

Cinquegrana, Pasquale (1850-1939) Italian

'E bersagliere: canto pattriotico / Capua {10/045-5[16] - words by Pasquale Cinquegrana}

Margarita (de Parete): canzone per Piedigrotta 1891 / Fassone {10/045-5[24] - versi di P. Cinquegrana}

Ndringhete ndrà! ..: canzone-tarantella per Piedigrotta 1895 / Gregorio {10/045-5[21] - versi di P. Cinquegrana}

Clancy, Liam P. (19th-20th c.) Irish

Noon-hush: song / Peel {17/444-4 - words by Liam P. Clancy}

Claribel (Charlotte Allington Barnard) (1830-1869) English

Come back to Erin: song / Claribel {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/031-1 - written & composed by Claribel}

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

Clarke, Campbell (19th c.) English

Love's request (Liebes Bitte): song / Reichardt {17/469 - Eng. version Campbell Clarke}

Clarke, Isabel Constance (1869-1951) English

Give: sacred song / Löhr {17/352- 2 - words by Isabel C. Clarke}

Cleather, Brenda (19th-20th c.) English

Deadly slander (La Calunnia) {from The Barber of Seville}: Don Basilio's aria / Rossini {bar. : 17/482-2 - Eng. text Brenda Cleather}

Gentle lady (Madamina) {from Don Giovanni}: [bass aria: Leporello] / Mozart {17/418-6 - Eng. text Brenda Cleather}

Cleaver, Colin (20th c.) English

Don't let the sun go down (in your heart): song / Strachey {17/533.7-1 - lyric by Colin Cleaver}

Clifford, Ethel (d. 1959) English

Love's way {from Love's Journey}: song / Tosti {16/050-5 [ 2] - words by Ethel Clifford}

Clough, Arthur Hugh (1819-1861) English

If I can live: song / Stephenson {17/531.5-1 - words by Arthur Hugh Clough}

Clutsam, George Howard (1866-1951) Australian

Blossom time: musical play / Schubert {07/031 - music adapted from themes of Franz Schubert, with additional numbers (including lyrics) by G.H. Clutsam}

Blossom time: musical play in 2 acts [with music arr. & derived from Franz Schubert] / Clutsam {libr. 03/031 - lyrics by G H Clutsam, John Drinkwater, H.V. Purcell}

The damask rose: musical play / Clutsam {07/005.8 - music based on themes of Chopin}

The damask rose {from The Damask Rose}: song / Clutsam {17/125-1 - adapted from themes of Chopin with lyrics by G. H. Clutsam}

Ma curly-headed babby: plantation song / Clutsam {16/050-3 [13] - words by G. H. Clutsam}

Ma curly-headed babby: plantation song / Clutsam {17/125-2 - written & composed by G. H. Clutsam}

Ma curly-headed babby: arr. for mixed v. (SATB) / Clutsam {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/125-2.1 - words & music by G. H. Clutsam}

Coates, John (1865-1941) English

Come away, Death {song from Twelfth Night} / Arne {song : 17/016-6 - words by Shakespeare; ed. John Coates}

Coburn, Richard (1886-1952) American

Whispering: song / Rose {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/481.3-2 - words & music by John Schoenberger, Richard Coburn and Vincent Rose}

Cockshott, Gerald (1915-1979) English

Now we go to Bethlehem (Noel de musiciens): trad. children's carol / Cockshott {song : 17/130-2 - arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott}

Two Old French carols / Cockshott {song : 17/130-1 - arr. with Eng. words by Gerald Cockshott}

  1. A Virgin mother (Une Vierge féconde) 2. He is born, the Child divine (Il est né, le divin Enfant)

Coleridge, Mary E. (1861-1907) English

Gentle sleep: song / Naylor {17/424.5 - words by Coleridge}

Love went a-riding: song / Bridge {17/102-1 - [words by] Mary E. Coleridge}

Remember / Ireland {song : 17/294-5 - words by Mary Coleridge}

There / Parry {song : 17/442-4 - words by Mary E. Coleridge}

Through the sunny garden / Quilter {song : 17/462-17[1] - words by Mary Coleridge}

Two September songs / Quilter {song : 17/462-17 - words by Mary Coleridge}

The valley and the hill / Quilter {song : 17/462-17[2] - words by Mary Coleridge}

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834) English

The ancient mariner: cantata / Barnett {01/013 - from the poem by S.T. Coleridge}

Coleridge, Stephen (1854-1936) English

Sink, red sun {from song cycle Gloria}: song / Del Riego {17/156- 5 - words by Stephen Coleridge}

Collet, M. C. H. Unknown

The harvest of sorrow Op. 4 No. 5: mez./ bar. / Rachmaninoff {17/464-2 - words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version M. C. H. Collet}

Colm, Padraig (1881-1972) Irish

Five Irish songs / Bax {09/013 - words by Padraig Colm, Joseph Campbell, J. M. Synge}

  1. The pigeons 2. As I came over the grey, grey hills 3. I heard a piper calling 4. Across the door 5. Beg-Innish

Congreve, William (1670-1729) English

I tell thee, Charmion / Hughes {song : 17/291 - words by W. Congreve}

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? {from Semele}: song for sop. v. / Handel {17/251-4 - [words by William Congreve]}

Connelly, Reginald John ('Reg') (1895-1963) English

Falling in love again / Hollaender {song : 17/286 - orig. words and music Friedrich Hollaender; Eng. words Reg Connelly}

Pigalle / Ulmer {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/553.9 - Fre. lyric Georges Ulmer & Geo. Koger; Eng. lyric Reg Connelly}

Connor, Thomas Patrick ('Tommie') (1904-1993) English

Down in the glen / Connor {song : 17/136-1 - words and music by Harry Gordon & Tommie Connor}

In God's Good time: song / Connor {17/136-2 - words and music by Tommie Connor & Clive Erard}

Constanduros, Mabel (1880-1957) English

One day of gold: song / Strong {17/539-2 - words by Mabel Constanduros}

Cook, Eliza (1818-1889) English

Many happy returns / Blockley {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272[2] - words by Eliza Cook}

Many happy returns of the day: birth-day song / Blockley {10/045-4[11] - written by Eliza Cook}

Cooke, Leslie Unknown

Love sends a little gift of roses: song / Openshaw {17/439-1 - words by Leslie Cooke}

Mate o' mine: song w. violin or violonceloo oblig. (ad lib.) / Elliott {17/181 - words by Leslie Cooke}

One little hour: song / Sharpe {17/508-1 - words by Leslie Cooke}

Cooper, George (1838-1927) American

Chiming bells of long ago / Shattuck {song : 16/050-1[20] - [words by George Cooper]}

Sweet Genevieve: ballad / Tucker {song : 17/553.5 - words by George Cooper}

We two / Thomas {song : 16/050-1[15] - written by Geo. Cooper}

Coote, Robert (1834-1888) English

The concertina man: [song and chorus] / Coote {16/050-1[11] - written and composed Robert Coote}

Copeland, Fanny Susan (1872-1970) Anglo-Irish

Hindu song (Song of the Hindu merchant) {from Sadko} / Rimsky-Korsakov {song : 17/473-1 - Eng. trans. Fanny S. Copeland}

Coppée, François (1842-1908) French

Obstination (A Resolve) / Fontenailles {mez. : 17/198 - words by François Coppée}

La Première: mélodie / Webber {song : 10/045-6[11] - paroles de François Coppée, Eng. trans. E. Teschemacher}

Ritournelle: song / Chaminade {17/116 - poésie de François Coppée; Eng. Eugene Oudin}

Corder, Frederick (1852-1932) English

Love's greeting (Liebesgruss) / Dvorák {song : 17/174-2(1) - Eng. words Frederick Corder}

The maiden and the lark / Dvorák {song : 17/174-2(3) - Eng. words Frederick Corder}

Peace in the valley (Ruhe im Thalle) / Dvorák {song : 17/174-2(2) - Eng. words Frederick Corder}

Corelli, Marie (1855-1924) English

The voice in the cathedral: song / Hall {17/246 - words by Marie Corelli}

Cornelius, Peter (1824-1874) German

Six Christmas songs Op. 8 / Cornelius {09/047 - words by Peter Cornelius}

  1. The Christmas tree 2. The shepherds 3. The kings 4. Simeon 5. Christ, the friend of children 6. The Christ child

Corrie, Joe (b.1894) Scottish

Oor ain fireside (cradle song) / Skinner {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.8 - words by Joe Corrie}

Corrin, Richard (d.1954) English

Song of a thankful heart: song / Wood {17/590-16 - words by Richard Corrin}

Cory, Charles Barney (1857-1921) American

A dream / Bartlett {song : 17/039.5 - words by Charles B. Cory}

Courage, Bryan Unknown

A blackbird in the dawn: song / Colville {17/135.5-2 - words by Bryan Courage}

Cousins, James Henry (1873-1956) Anglo-Irish

A curse on a closed gate {from Three songs for voice & viola} / Peterkin {17/447-4(2) - words by James H. Cousins}

Cowan, Samuel Kennedy (1850-1918) Anglo-Irish

Anchored!: [song] / Watson {song : 16/040 [5/1] - words by S. K. Cowan}

Anchored!: song / Watson {10/045-4[26] - words by S. K. Cowan}

Out on the Deep / Löhr {song : 17/351.5 - words by Samuel K. Cowan}

Coward, Leslie (20th c.) English

I only knew: song / Coward {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/138.5 - words and music by Leslie Coward}

Coward, Noël (1899-1973) English

Album of eight songs / Coward {09/049-1 - words & music by Noël Coward}

Bitter sweet piano selection / Coward {song : 17/139-7 - words and music by Noel Coward; sel. $ arr. H. M. Higgs}

His words and music: collection of 32 Coward classics / Coward {09/049(1) - words by Noël Coward}

His words and music, vol. 2: a Noel Coward gala [35 songs] / Coward {09/049(2) - words by Noël Coward}

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: song / Coward {17/139-1 - words and music by Noel Coward}

I'll see you again {from Bitter Sweet}: voc. duet / Coward {18/037 - words by Noël Coward}

London pride / Coward {song : 17/139-5 - words and music by Noel Coward}

Mad dogs and Englishmen {from Words and Music}: song / Coward {17/139-3 - words and music by Noel Coward}

Poor little rich girl {from On With the Dance}: voc. fox-trot / Coward {17/139-2 - words and music by Noel Coward}

Songs to amuse: [15 songs] / Coward {09/049-2 - words by Noël Coward}

The stately homes of England {from Operette} / Coward {song : 17/139-4 - words and music by Noel Coward}

Zigeuner {from Bitter Sweet} / Coward {song : 17/139-6 - words and music by Noel Coward}

Cox, Desmond Unknown

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

Coxford, Arthur Philip (1867-1924) English

The flag we love / Macey {song : 17/366 - words by Arthur Coxford}

Crampton, Ernest (1864-1941) English

My cigarette / Crampton {song : 16/040 [7/19] - words and music by Ernest Crampton}

Crashaw, Richard (c1613-1649) English

Lo, the full, final sacrifice: festival anthem for chor. & organ (or orch.) / Finzi {SATB choir : 02/043 - words by Richard Crashaw}

Crawford, Louisa Matilda Jane (1789-1857) English

Kathleen Mavourneen / Crouch {song : 17/143 - words by Mrs Crawford}

Crichton, Jean (19th-20th c.) Scottish

Evening shadows: song / Brahe {17/096-2 - words by Jean Crichton}

Crosby, Frances Jane ('Fanny') (1820-1915) American

Open the gates of the Temple: song / Knapp {17/320 - words by Fanny Crosby}

Cross, Beverley (1931-1998) English

The Mines of Sulphur (Ballade im Moor): opera / Bennett {06/005 - librettist: Beverley Cross}

Cross, Gerald H. Unknown

O Lily lady of loveliness: air for contralto & strings / Besley {set 42/009-1 - words by Gerald H. Cross}

Crozier, Eric (1914-1994) English

The little sweep {from 'Let's Make an Opera'} - songs for the audience: [4 songs] / Britten {06/010-2 [A] - words by Eric Crozier}

Saint Nicholas Op. 42: cantata / Britten {SATB choir : 01/023-5 - words by Eric Crozier}

Cunliffe, Whit (1876-1966) English

Just a wee deoch-an-doris / Morrison {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/414.5 - written and composed by R.F. Morrison and Whit Cunliffe}

Cunningham, Allan (1784-1842) Scottish

Hame Op. 18 No. 1 / Davies {song : 17/149 - words by Allan Cunningham}

A sea song / Benbow {song : 17/059-1 - words by Allan Cunningham}

Cunningham, Maud (19th-20th c.) English

Spring's awakening: valse song / Sanderson {17/488-12 - words by Maud Cunningham}

Curtis, Giambattista de (1860-1926) Italian

Come back to Sorrento (Torna a Surriento) / Curtis {song : 17/144 - words by G. B. De Curtis; Eng. version Claude Aveling}

Curzon, Theodore (19th-20th c.) English

Devonshire cream and cider: song / Sanderson {17/488-13 - words by Theodore Curzon}

Curzon, Ursula (19th-20th c.) English

The light of the sunset glow: song / Martin {17/384-5 - words by Ursula Curzon; adapt. from Easthope Martin's 'Evensong'; arranged by Leslie Taylor}

151 works by 81 writers/librettists, with 2 cross-references

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