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Tuesday 19th October 2021

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Hadath, Gunby (1871-1954) English

At eventide: song / Moir {song : 16/040 [3/10] - words by Gunby Hadath}

Down the vale: song / Moir {16/050-4 [25] - words by Gunby Hadath}

Down the vale: song / Molloy {17/406-4 - words by Gunby Hadath}

Halévy, Ludovic (1834-1908) French

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

Hall, Owen (1853-1907) English

Florodora: musical comedy / Stuart {07/036 - book by Owen Hall, lyrics by E. Boyd-Jones & Paul Rubens}

Hamblen, Bernard (1877-1962) English

Beside still waters: song / Hamblen {17/247-1 - words and music Bernard Hamblen}

From day to day: sacred song / Hamblen {17/247-5 - words and music Bernard Hamblen}

His haven: sacred song / Hamblen {17/247-3 - words and music Bernard Hamblen}

O, Light of all the World: sacred song / Hamblen {17/247-4 - words and music Bernard Hamblen}

Hamilton, Edwin (1849-1919) Anglo-Irish

Two little Irish songs / Löhr {song : 17/352-10 - words by 1. Edwin Hamilton 2. Samuel Lover}

  1. To my first love 2. You'd better ask me

Hamilton, Henry (19th c.) English

The Duchess of Dantzic (Sans-Gêne): romantic light opera / Caryll {07/005.5-1 - written by Henry Hamilton}

Sons of the Motherland: song / Monckton {17/408-2 - words by Henry Hamilton}

Hammerstein II, Oscar (1895-1960) American

Bali Ha'i {from South Pacific} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-4.2 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

The best of Jerome Kern: [album of 18 songs] / Kern {09/101(1) - words by Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach et al}

Bill {from Show Boat} / Kern {song : 17/318-1 - words by P. G. Wodehouse & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Carousel / Rodgers {07/029-1 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

Carousel / Rodgers {libr. 03/129-1 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

Climb ev'ry mountain {from The Sound of Music} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-8.2 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

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

Do-re-mi {from The Sound of Music} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-8.1 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

The folks who live on the hill / Kern {song : 17/318-7 - written by Oscar Hammerstein II}

A funny old house: song / Kern {17/318-5 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Hello young lovers {from The King and I} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-1 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

I'm gonna wash that man right out of my hair {from South Pacific} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-4.7 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

I enjoy being a girl {from Flower Drum Song} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-5 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

I have confidence {from The Sound of Music} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-8.3 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

I still suits me {from Show Boat film} / Kern {song : 17/318-2 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

If I loved you {from Carousel} / Rodgers {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.1 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Indian love call {from Rose Marie} / Friml {song : 17/207-1 - words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein}

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}: voc. duet [sop. & ten. or mez. & bar.] / Friml {18/059 - words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein}

It might well be Spring {from State Fair} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-9 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

June is bustin' out all over {from Carousel} / Rodgers {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.5 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

The King and I: musical play / Rodgers {07/029-5 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

Oklahoma {from Oklahoma} / Rodgers {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-7.1 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Oklahoma song album: [5 songs] / Rodgers {09/155-2 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Oklahoma!: musical play / Rodgers {07/029-4 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

Oklahoma! / Rodgers {libr. 03/129-2 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

Ol' Man River {from Show Boat} / Kern {song : 17/318-3 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Out of my dreams {from Oklahoma} / Rodgers {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-7.2 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

The riff song {from The Desert Song}: quartet for TTBB / Romberg {18/131-1 - words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Rodgers & Hammerstein song album / Rodgers {09/155-1}

Rose Marie (a romance of the Canadian Rockies): musical play / Friml {07/011 - lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Rose Marie: from the musical play / Friml {song : 17/207-3 - lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Second Jerome Kern album: [6 songs] / Kern {09/101(2) - words by Oscar Hammerstein II (1-2), Dorothy Fields (4,5) et al.}

  1. All the things you are 2. Can I forget you 3. Can't help singing 4. A fine romance 5. I dream too much 6. Long ago

Show Boat: musical play / Kern {07/016 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Show Boat: musical play / Kern {Special - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Show boat: musical play / Kern {libr. 03/070 - book & lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Some enchanted evening {from South Pacific} / Rodgers {song : 17/478-4.1 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

The Sound of Music / Rodgers {07/029-3 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

Sound of music: [musical play] / Rodgers {libr. 03/129-4 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

The Sound of Music (vocal selection) / Rodgers {09/155-3 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

South Pacific: musical play / Rodgers {07/029-2 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

South Pacific: [musical play] / Rodgers {libr. 03/129-3 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd}

South Pacific song album: [5 songs] / Rodgers {09/155-4 - lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Stout-hearted men {from The New moon} / Romberg {song : 17/480-4 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Tales from the Vienna Woods: song / Strauss II {17/536-3 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

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

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

When I grow too old to dream / Romberg {song : 17/480-5 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

You'll never walk alone {from Carousel} / Rodgers {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-3.9 - words by Oscar Hammerstein II}

Hanley, Cliff (1922-1999) Scottish

Scotland the brave / McClurg {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/363.2 - arr. Marion McClurg}

Harau, Walt Austrian

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

Harbach, Otto (1873-1963) American

The best of Jerome Kern: [album of 18 songs] / Kern {09/101(1) - words by Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach et al}

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

Indian love call {from Rose Marie} / Friml {song : 17/207-1 - words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein}

Indian love call {from Rose Marie}: voc. duet [sop. & ten. or mez. & bar.] / Friml {18/059 - words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein}

The riff song {from The Desert Song}: quartet for TTBB / Romberg {18/131-1 - words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Rose Marie (a romance of the Canadian Rockies): musical play / Friml {07/011 - lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Rose Marie: from the musical play / Friml {song : 17/207-3 - lyrics by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Harburg, Edgar Yipsel ('Yip') (1896-1981) American

Brother, can you spare a dime? / Gorney {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/223-1 - words by E. Y. Harburg}

Hardy, Thomas (1840-1928) English

Her song / Ireland {song : 17/294-1 - poem by Thomas Hardy}

If it's ever Spring again: for med. v. & p. / Le Fleming {17/333.2 - words by Thomas Hardy}

The sergeant's song (1803) / Holst {song : 17/287-4 - words by Thomas Hardy}

Till Earth outwears / Finzi {song : 09/071.8 - words by Thomas Hardy}

The weather the cuckoo likes: for high v. & piano / Crossley-Holland {17/142.9(1) - words by Thomas Hardy}

Weathers / Fiske {song : 17/192.5 - words by Thomas Hardy}

Harford, Harold (19th-20th c.) English

I hear you calling me: song / Marshall {10/045-7[12] - words by Harold Harford}

I hear you calling me: song / Marshall {16/050-3 [ 5] - words by Harold Harford}

I hear you calling me: song / Marshall {17/383-2 - words by Harold Harford}

Hargreaves, Reginald (19th-20th c.) English

Cakes and good ale: song / Hargreaves {17/255.5 - words and music Reginald Hargreaves}

Hargreaves, William (1880-1941 English

Burlington Bertie from Bow / Hargreaves {song : 17/256-1 - words and music William Hargreaves}

Harnick, Sheldon (1924- American

The beggar's opera Op. 43: a ballad-opera by John Gay in a new musical version / Britten {06/010-6 - lyrics by Sheldon Harnick}

Fiddler on the Roof: musical / Bock {07/005 - lyrics by Sheldon Harnick}

Fiddler on the roof: musical / Bock {libr. 03/020 - lyrics by Sheldon Harnick}

Harper, James (19th-20th c.) Welsh

We'll keep a welcome / Jones {song : 17/303-2 - words by Lynn Joshua & James Harper}

Harrigan, Edward (1844-1911) Irish-American

St Patrick's Day parade: [song and chorus] / Braham {16/050-1 [8] - written by Edward Harrigan}

Skidmore Guard: [song and chorus] / Carter {16/050-1 [9] - written by E. Harrigan}

Harrington, John Patrick (1865-1939) English

Remember me to Mother dear! / Le Brunn {song : 17/333 - written by John P. Harrington}

Harris, Ada Leonora (1859-1943) English

In an old-fashioned town: song / Squire {10/045-8.1[17] - words by Ada Leonora Harris}

In an old-fashioned town: song / Squire {17/527-2 - words by Ada Leonora Harris}

Harris, Charles Kassel (1867-1930) American

After the ball / Harris {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/256.7 - words & music Charles Harris}

Break the news to Mother: descriptive ballad / Harris {16/050-4 [ 4] - words & music by Chas. K. Harris}

Harris, Frank Clifford (1875-1949) English

A bachelor gay {from The Maid of the Mountains} / Tate {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/547.5 - written by Clifford Harris & Valentine}

A paradise for two {from The maid of the mountains} / Tate {male & fem. v. : 18/163 - words by Clifford Harris}

Harris, George Frederick (1796-1867) English

Hymn to the Sun (Chant au Soleil) {from Le Coq D'or}: [for sop./high sop.] / Rimsky-Korsakov {17/473-2 - Eng. version Geo. Harris Jr & Deems Taylor}

Harris, Vernon (1905-1999) English

You bring me a song: song / Evans {17/184.5 - words by Vernon Harris}

Hart, Charles (1961- English

The music of the night {from The Phantom of the Opera} / Webber {song : 17/566-3 - lyrics by Charles Hart}

The Phantom of the Opera: [vocal selection - 9 songs] / Webber {09/207-3 - lyrics by Charles Hart}

Hart, Lorenz (1895-1943) American

The best of Rodgers & Hart: [24 songs] / Rodgers {09/155-5}

Blue moon {from With a Song in My Heart} / Rodgers {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-6 - words by Lorenz Hart}

Falling in love with love: song / Rodgers {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/478-2 - words by Lorenz Hart}

Harvey, Sheena Unknown

My dear, remember (Until we part for aye): song / Harvey {17/259.5 - words and music by Sheena Harvey}

Hassall, Christopher (1912-1963) English

Fold your wings {from Glamorous Night} / Novello {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-1 - words by Christopher Hassall}

I leave my heart in an English garden {from Dear Miss Phoebe} / Davies {song : 17/148-1 - lyric by Christopher Hassall}

Love made the song {from Careless Rapture} / Novello {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-6 - words by Christopher Hassall}

The Merry Widow: [Sadler's Wells production] / Lehár {07/018-2.2 - Eng. version Christopher Hassall}

Pray for me: song / Novello {17/432-7 - words by Christopher Hassall}

Shine through my dreams {from Glamorous Night} / Novello {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-2 - words by Christopher Hassall}

Some day my heart will awake {from King's Rhapsody} / Novello {song : 17/432-3 - words by Christopher Hassall}

Song album: [5 songs] from his famous musical plays / Novello {09/127-1 - words by Christopher Hassall and Ivor Novello}

  1. Someday my heart will awake 2. I can give you the starlight 3. Music in May 4. Waltz of my heart 5. Love is my reason

Song album: [15 songs] / Novello {09/127-2 - words by Christopher Hassall, Ivor Novello et al.}

Song of Simeon: Nativity masque for mimers, soloists, mixed chor. & orch. / Arnold {01/002.8 - words by Christopher Hassall}

The songs of love: song / Henman {17/281 - words by Christopher Hassall}

To you eternally: song / Robinson {17/477-1 - words by Christopher Hassall}

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

The whispering poplar: song / Lubbock {17/358 - lyric by Christopher Hassall}

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

Havergal, Frances Ridley (1836-1879) English

Consecration (Take my life, and let it be) / Jude {song : 17/306 - words by Frances Ridley Havergal}

Hawthorne, Alice (1827-1902) American

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

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

Hay, Mary L. (19th-20th c.) English

Sympathy: song / Marshall {17/383-3 - words by Mary L. Hay}

Hayes, Charles Unknown

The carol singers: song / Bennett {17/064-2 - words by Charles Hayes}

Hayes, M. X. Unknown

Songs of France: [60 songs] / Var. Comp. {10/060-2 - Eng. words Miss M. X. Hayes}

Heber, Reginald (1783-1826) English

A song of the bow Op.175 No. 1 / Stanford {song : 17/529- 8 - poem by Heber}

Heine, Heinrich (1797-1856) German

Dichterliebe Op. 48: song cycle [16 songs] / Schumann {09/173-1 - Ger. texts Heinrich Heine; Eng. Robert Whistler}

The Loreley (Die Lorelei) / Liszt {song : 17/346-2 - words by Heinrich Heine}

Schlechtes Wetter (Bad weather) {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69} / Strauss {song : 17/538-4(5) - [poem by] H. Heine; Eng. trans. Alfred Kalisch}

Six songs Op. 15 / Wood {09/215 - words by Heinrich Heine (1-3,6) and Miss Landon (4.The dying child)}

Thirty songs / Franz {09/073-1 - words by N. Lenau (1-5,8) H. Heine (6,9-13,16,19-25,28) et al.}

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

Hemans, Mrs Felicia Dorothea (1793-1835) English

The better land: song / Cowen {16/050-5 [15] - words by Mrs Hemans}

I hear thee speak of a better land: song / Cecil {17/114.5 - words by Mrs Hemans}

Thou'rt passing hence (the Highland message): song / Sullivan {17/544- 6 - words by Mrs Hemans}

Henderson, Charles (1907-1970) American

Invitation to the dance: vocal adapt. for film Three Smart Girls Grow Up / Weber {song : 17/567-1 - lyric & adapt. Charles Henderson}

Henley, William Ernest (1849-1903) English

Invictus: song / Huhn {17/292-1 - by William Ernest Henley}

A last year's rose Op. 14 No. 3 / Quilter {song : 09/147-3[3] - words by W. E. Henley}

Song of the blackbird Op. 14 No. 4 / Quilter {song : 09/147-3[4] - words by W. E. Henley}

Summer rain / Willeby {song : 17/575-2 - poem by William Ernest Henley}

Henry, Leigh Unknown

The crooning from Inisfail / Williams {song : 17/578 - poem by Leigh Henry}

Henry, Philip Unknown

If I were: song / Richards {17/470 - words by Philip Henry}

The skipper of the "Mary Jane": [song] / Richards {17/470-2 - words by Philip Henry}

Henschel, George (1850-1934) Anglo-German

Morning hymn (Morgen-hymne) Op. 46 No. 4 / Henschel {song : 17/283-4 - words by Robert Reinick; Eng. by the composer}

Herbert, Alan Patrick (1890-1971) English

Bless the bride: musical show / Ellis {07/009 - lyrics by A P Herbert}

Bless the bride: light opera / Ellis {libr. 03/041 - lyrics by A P Herbert}

Girls were made to love and kiss {from Paganini} / Lehár {song : 17/335-6 - Eng. lyric by A. P. Herbert}

Light the lights! / Hambourg {song : 17/247.5 - words by A. P. Herbert}

Ma belle Marguerite {from Bless the Bride} / Ellis {song : 17/182-1 - words by A. P. Herbert}

Song of liberty: song / Elgar {17/178-4 - words by A. P. Herbert}

This is my lovely day {from Bless the Bride}: song / Ellis {17/182-2 - words by A. P. Herbert}

Herbert, George (1593-1633) English

King of Glory: motet for choir (SATB) & organ / Howells {05/007 - poem by George Herbert}

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

Herbert, S. A. Unknown

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

Herlitschka, Herberth E. (1893-1970) Austrian

A ceremony of carols (Ein Kranz von Lobechören) Op. 28: for treble v. & harp / Britten {01/023-2.1 - trans. Herberth E. Herlitschka}

Herman, Jerry (1931-2019) American

Hello, Dolly! {from Hello, Dolly!} / Herman {song : 17/283.5-1 - music & lyrics Jerry Herman}

Herrick, Robert (1591-1674) English

Cherry ripe / Horn {song : 17/288.7 - words by Herrick; arr. Liza Lehmann}

Cherry ripe / Horn {song : 17/501-6 - words by Herrick; arr. Cyril Scott}

Gather ye rosebuds: song / Sanderson {17/488-11 - words by Robert Herrick}

Passing by: song / Purcell {17/459-1 - words by Herrick}

Passing by: voc. duet (high v., low v.) / Purcell {18/123 - words by Herrick}

Seven songs Op. 36 / Gardner {SATB choir : 18/060 - words by Elizabethan poets Shakespeare, Herrick, Jonson and Wotton}

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

Six vocal duets for sop. & contr. / Page {15/039 - words by Herrick et al.}

The snow Op. 26 No. 1: 3-part song for fem. v. w. accomp. 2 vns & pf. / Elgar {voc. sc. 15/032 - words by C. Alice Edgar}

To Anthea / Hatton {song : 17/260-2 - words by Herrick}

To daisies Op. 8 No. 3 {from song cycle To Julia}: song / Quilter {17/462-13 - words by Robert Herrick}

To Julia Op. 8: [song cycle] / Quilter {10/045-8.4[2] - six lyrics by Robert Herrick}

  Prelude, The bracelet, The maiden blush, To daisies, The night piece, Julia's hair, Interlude, Cherry ripe

To Julia Op. 8: six lyrics of Robert Herrick / Quilter {song : 10/076[8]}

  1. The bracelet 2. The maiden blush 3. To daisies 4. The night piece 5. Julia's hair 6. Cherry ripe

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

Hersee, Henry (1820-1896) English

O don fatale (O fatal gift) {from Don Carlo}: Princess Eboli's aria / Verdi {mez. : 17/556-4 - Eng. Henry Hersee}

Seguedille (Close by the ramparts of Seville) {from Carmen} / Bizet {song : 17/080-5 - Eng. words Henry Hersee}

Sirs! your toast (Song of the toréador {from Carmen} / Bizet {bass : 17/080-3 - Eng. version Henry Hersee}

Song of the toreador (Sirs, your toast) {from Carmen} / Bizet {16/020( 4) [4] - Eng. by Henry Hersee}

Hesse, Hermann (1877-1962) Swiss-German

Vier letzte Lieder (Four last songs): for high v. & piano / Strauss {sop. : voc. sc. 11/028.1-2 - words by Hermann Hesse (1-3), Joseph von Eichendorff (4)}

  1. Frühling (Spring) 2. September 3. Beim Schlafengehn (Time to Sleep) 4. Im Abendrot (At Dusk)

Higginson, Agnes Shakespeare (1864-1955) Irish-Canadian

see O'Neill, Moira

Higginson, Ella Rhoads (1862-1940) American

The birds go North again / Willeby {song : 17/575-3 - words by Ella Higginson}

Hinkson, Katharine Tynan- (1861-1931) Irish

see Tynan, Katharine

Hoare, Florence (b.1881) English

The coming of a dream: duet for female voices / Knight {18/080 - words by Florence Hoare}

Melody: arranged as a song / Rubinstein {17/483.5 - words by Florence Hoare}

Hodgson, Ralph (1871-1962) English

Time, you old gipsy man: song / Besley {17/075- 6 - poem by Ralph Hodgson}

Hogg, James (1770-1835) Scottish

Cam' ye by Athol / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[42] - words by Hogg}

Come o'er the stream, Charlie / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[27] - words by James Hogg}

Twa bonnie maidens (The Isle of Skye): Scottish song / Senior {17/505-2 - words from 'Hogg's Jacobite Relics'; arr. Wilfrid Senior}

Hollaender, Friedrich (1896-1976) German

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

Holstein, Ludvig (1864-1943) Danish

Fünf Lieder (Five songs) / Delius {09/059 - from the Danish of Ludwig Holstein (1) and J. P. Jacobsen (2-5)}

  1. The violet 2. In the garden of the serraglio 3. Silken shoes 4. Autumn 5. Irmelin

Hood, Basil (1864-1917) English

The Emerald Isle; or, The Caves of Carrig-Cleena: comic opera / Sullivan {libr. 03/156-1 - written by Basil Hood; composed by Arthur Sullivan & Edward German}

The English rose {from Merrie England}: song / German {17/214- 1 - words by Basil Hood}

Four jolly sailormen {from A Princess in Kensington}: song / German {17/214-11 - words by Basil Hood}

In England, Merrie England {from Merrie England}: quartet / German {SABB soli : 18/061-1 - words by Basil Hood}

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: song / German {17/214- 6 - words by Basil Hood}

Love is meant to make us glad {from Merrie England}: quartet (SATB) / German {18/061-2 - words by Basil Hood}

Merrie England: new and original comic opera / German {07/013-1 - written by Basil Hood; arr. Wilfred Bendall}

Merrie England: (concert ed.) / German {07/013-1.1 - written by Basil Hood; [arr. Wilfred Bendall]}

Merrie England: comic opera / German {libr. 03/045 - librettist: Basil Hood}

O peaceful England {from Merrie England}: song / German {17/214- 3 - words by Basil Hood}

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: new comic opera / Sullivan {07/041-7 - librettist: Basil Hood}

The rose of Persia; or, The story-teller and the slave: [comic opera] / Sullivan {libr. 03/156-2 - [words] by Basil Hood}

The twin {from The French Maid}: (Charles & Jack) duet / Slaughter {18/147 - words by Basil Hood}

The Yeomen of England {from Merrie England}: song / German {17/214- 5 - words by Basil Hood}

Hooley, Teresa (1888-1973) English

Across the valley: song / Baxter {17/044 - words by Teresa Hooley}

Hope, Laurence (1865-1904) English

Four Indian love lyrics / Woodforde-Finden {bar./ contr. : 09/217 - words by Laurence Hope}

  1. The Temple Bells 2. Less Than the Dust 3. Kashmiri Song 4. Till I Wake

Kashmiri song {from Four Indian Love Lyrics} / Woodforde-Finden {17/592-1 - words by Laurence Hope}

Two Eastern songs / Lang {09/105 - words by Laurence Hope (1), Anon. (2)}

  1. Before the dawn 2. Salaam

Hopkins, Antony (1921-2014) English

Early one morning: cantata for mez.-sop. solo, male speaker, fem. chor. & orch. / Hopkins {01/051.5 - words by Antony Hopkins}

Hopper, Nora (1871-1906) English

By the short cut to the Rosses: old Donegal air / Fox {song : 17/202.2 - words by Nora Hopper (Mrs Chesson); arr. C. Milligan Fox}

June: song / Quilter {17/462-15 - words by Nora Hopper}

Spring is at the door Op. 18 No. 4: song for med. v. & piano / Quilter {17/462-21(4) - words by Nora Hopper}

Horspool, A. Unknown

see also Henry Pontet

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us): song / Piccolomini {song : 16/040 [4/1] - words by 'A. Horspool' [ie Henry Pontet?]}

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us) / Piccolomini {song : 16/050-3 [27] - words by 'A. Horspool' [ie Henry Pontet?]}

Ora pro nobis (Pray for us): song / Piccolomini {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/449-1 - words by 'A. Horspool' [ie Henry Pontet?]}

Houseman, Alfred Edward (1859-1936) English

Hawthorn time: [song] / Ireland {10/089[11] - words by A. E. Houseman}

In Summertime on Bredon: song / Peel {10/087[14] - words by A. E. Houseman}

In Summertime on Bredon: song / Peel {17/444-2 - words by A. E. Houseman}

In the morning: song / Bax {17/043 - words by A. E. Houseman}

Loveliest of trees {from 'A Shropshire lad'} / Butterworth {song : 17/109.2(1) - words by A. E. Houseman}

On Wenlock Edge: a cycle of six songs for ten. voice w. acomp. of piano & str. quart. (ad lib.) / Vaughan-Williams {ten. : 09/198-2 - words by A. E. Houseman {from 'A Shropshire Lad'}}

On Wenlock Edge: cycle of six songs for tenor voice w. p-f. & str. quart. (ad lib.) / Vaughan-Williams {13/093 - words by A E Housman from "A Shropshire Lad"}

Six songs from 'A Shropshire lad' / Butterworth {song : 09/032 - words by A. E. Houseman}

Song cycle from "A Shropshire Lad" by A. E. Houseman / Somervell {10/055[4]}

Howard, Elizabeth Fox (1873-1957) English

Forest lullaby / Baynon {song : 17/046 - words by Elizabeth Fox Howard}

Hubi-Newcombe, Georgeanne (1843-1936) English

see Newcombe, G. Hubi-

Hueffer, Francis (1845-1889) German-British

Gentle dove, thy voice is sad {from Colomba}: vocero / Mackenzie {song : 10/045-8.2[2] - from the lyrical drama by Francis Hueffer}

Hüffer, Franz (1845-1889) German-British

see Hueffer, Francis

Hughes, Jimmy (1938- American

Bless 'em all / Lake {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/326-1 - words by Jimmy Hughes}

Hughes, Richard (1900-1976) English

The image: vocal setting for high voice / Wordsworth {17/593.5 - poem by Richard Hughes}

Hugo, Victor (1802-1885) French

Love's echoes (Aimons): song / Thomas {10/045-9[19] - French byVictor Hugo, Eng by M. C. Gillington}

Le papillon et la fleur / Fauré {sop./ ten. : 17/188-5 - poésie de Victor Hugo}

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

Si mes vers avaient des ailes! (If my songs were only winged!) / Hahn {song : 17/243-2 - poésie de Victor Hugo}

Hulme-Beaman, Emeric (1864-1937) English

Sea rapture: impression / Coates {song : 17/127- 8 - words by Emeric Hulme Beaman}

Humble-Crofts, Arthur (1883-1918) English

Catch me!: song / Cooper {17/137.5 - words by Arthur Humble-Crofts}

Hume, Alexander (1811-1859) Scottish

My ain dear Nell: song / Bonheur {song : 16/040 [5/20] - words by A. Hume}

The Scottish emigrant's farewell: Scottish song / Hume {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/293-2 - words & melody by Alexander Hume}

228 works by 74 writers/librettists, with 5 cross-references

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