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Tuesday 19th October 2021

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Nadaud, Gustave (1820-1893) French

Les myrtes sont flétris!: aubade / Fauré {sop./ ten. : 17/188-3 - poésie de Gustave Nadaud}

Naidu, Sarojini (1879-1949) Indian

Ecstasy: song / Hickey {17/284.7-2 - words by Sarojini Naidu}

The song of the palanquin bearers / Shaw {17/510-8 - words by Sarojini Naidu}

Nairne, Lady Carolina (1766-1845) Scottish

see Oliphant, Carolina

Nashe, Thomas (1567-c1601) English

Spring / Gurney {song : 17/239-3 - words by Thomas Nashe }

Spring / Henschel {song : 17/283-5 - words by Thomas Nash}

Nelson, Robert (20th c.) American

Bachelor Joe: [song] / Bowen {17/093-3 - words by Robert Nelson}

Three jolly trawlers (Jim, Joe an' me): song / Bowen {17/093-2 - words by Robert Nelson}

Nemo Unknown

see Henry Pontet

Neville, Alfred Unknown

The first violet (Das erste Veilchen): song / Mendelssohn {17/394-2 - Eng. version by Alfred Neville}

Newbolt, Henry (1862-1938) English

The fighting Téméraire / Bantock {song : 17/027-4 - words by Henry Newbolt}

The fighting Téméraire {from Admirals All}: song / Pascal {17/443-1 - words by Henry Newbolt}

Gavotte / Howells {song : 17/289.5-3 - words by Sir Henry Newbolt}

Hope the hornblower: song / Ireland {17/294-9 - words by Henry Newbolt}

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.] / Stanford {01/038[6] - poems by Henry Newbolt}

  1. Sailing at Dawn 2. The Song of the Sou'-wester 3. The Middle Watch 4. The Little Admiral 5. Farewell

Songs of the Fleet Op. 117: [for bar. & chor.] / Stanford {01/070-4 - poems by Henry Newbolt}

  1. Sailing at Dawn 2. The Song of the Sou'-wester 3. The Middle Watch 4. The Little Admiral 5. Farewell

Newcombe, Georgeanne Hubi- (1843-1936) English

Cloze-props: song / Charles {17/117 - words by G. Hubi-Newcombe}

The lark: song / Leoni {10/045-5[14] - words by G. Hubi Newcombe}

The maiden in grey: duet / Barnicott {male & fem. v. : 18/002.5 - words by G. Hubi-Newcombe}

Solveig's song / Grieg {song : 17/234-3 - Ibsen; Eng. words Hubi Newcombe}

The spider and the fly: humorous duet for mez. & bar. / Smith {18/153 - words by G. Hubi Newcombe}

The voice of the Shepherd: sacred song / Glynne {17/222.1 - words by G. Hubi-Newcombe}

Whisper and I shall hear: song / Piccolomini {17/449-2 - words by G. Hubi Newcombe}

Within your heart: song / Trotère {16/050-5 [ 6] - words by G. Hubi Newcombe}

Newell, Norman (1919-2004) English

My thanks to you / Gay {song : 17/211-4 - words by Norman Newell}

The story of the sparrows: song / Green {17/232.5 - words by Norman Newell}

Newley, Anthony (1931-1999) English

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

Newman, John Henry (1801-1890) English

The Dream of Gerontius Op. 38: for MTB soli, chor. & orch. / Elgar {08/019-2 - words by Cardinal Newman}

Lead, kindly light (Tyrd, oleu mwyn): sacred song / Pughe-Evans {17/458 - words by Cardinal Newman}

Lead, kindly light: sacred song / Barnard {17/030 - words by Cardinal Newman}

Newmarch, Rosa Harriet (1857-1940) English

Aus banger Brust (O wert thou here) Op. 50 No. 4: with additional Swedish & Finnish text / Sibelius {song : 17/514-1 - [words by] Richard Dehmel; [Eng. trans.] Rosa Newmarch}

The Bartered Bride: comic opera / Smetana {06/051-1 - Eng. version Rosa Newmarch}

Cradle song (Song and Dances of Death, no. 2) / Mussorgsky {contr. : 17/416-1 - words by Count A. Golenistchev-Koutouzov; Eng. version Rosa Newmarch}

Dans mon jardin je vois Op. 26 No. 10 / Rachmaninoff {sop. : 17/464-4 - Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch}

The dreary steppe (Triste est le steppe) Op. 5 No. 1: song / Gretchaninoff {17/232-2 - words by Plestcheiev; Eng. Rosa Newmarch}

The midnight review: song / Glinka {17/221.3 - Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch}

Oh, could I but express in song / Malashkin {song : 17/376 - G. Lischin; Eng. words Rosa Newmarch}

Prince Igor - Choral dance No. 17: for mixed v. chor. & orch. (concert version) / Borodin {p. voc. + sol-fa 01/019 - Eng. trans. Rosa Newmarch}

The rose enslaves the nightingale (Aimant la rose, le rossignol) Op. 2 no. 2: Easter song / romance orientale / Rimsky-Korsakov {song : 10/045-6[21] - M Calvocoressi; Eng.version Rosa Newmarch}

The rose enslaves the nightingale (Aimant la rose, le rossignol) Op. 2 no. 2: Easter song / romance orientale / Rimsky-Korsakov {song : 10/045-8.1[1] - M Calvocoressi; Eng.version Rosa Newmarch}

To the children Op. 26 No. 7: song / Rachmaninoff {17/464-3 - Eng. words by Rosa Newmarch}

Uzh ty, niva moia! (The harvest of sorrow) Op. 4 No. 5: sop./ ten. (orig.) / Rachmaninoff {17/464-1 - words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version Rosa Newmarch}

Newton, Eileen (19th-20th c.) English

Rosebud: song / Drummond {10/045-7[9] - words by Eileen Newton}

Rosebud: song / Drummond {17/168.5-2 - words by Eileen Newton}

Somewhere a voice is calling: song / Tate {17/547-1 - words by Eileen Newton}

Somewhere a voice is calling: voc. duet for mez. & low v. / Tate {18/161 - words by Eileen Newton}

Nichols, Robert (1893-1944) English

Blue-eyed Spring / Moeran {song : 17/405-4 - poem by Robert Nichols}

Nicol, Herbert J. (19th-20th c.) English

Laughing eyes: song / Meher {17/392 - words by Herbert J. Nicol}

Nimmo, Hamilton (19th c.) Scottish

Crook an' plaid: [song] / Nimmo {16/050-4 [ 9] - words [and] music by Hamilton Nimmo}

North, Christopher (1785-1854) Scottish

see Wilson, John

Northcote, Sydney (1897-1968) Welsh

On wings of song (Auf Flügeln des Gesanges) Op. 34 no. 2 / Mendelssohn {song : 17/394-3 - Eng. version by R. H. Elkin; ed. Sydney Northcote}

Ridente la calma (How calm is my spirit): canzonetta / Mozart {17/419-2 - arr. w. Eng. words by Sydney Northcote}

Novello, Ivor (1893-1951) Welsh

Highwayman love {from Perchance to Dream} / Novello {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/432-4(2) - words and music Ivor Novello}

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.}

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

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

Novello, Joseph Alfred (1810-1896) English

Hymn of praise (Lobgesang) Op. 52: sacred cantata [for SST soli & SATB chor.] / Mendelssohn {01/058-2.1 - words by J. Alfred Novello}

Novra, Lewis (c1838-1892) English

Cinderella (Aschenbrödel) Op. 545: for sop. & alto soli & chor. of fem v. / Abt {01/001 - words by Hermann Francke; Eng. by Lewis Novra}

Noyes, Alfred (1880-1958) English

A tale of old Japan: cantata for (SCTBar) soli, chor. & orch. / Coleridge-Taylor {01/026-4 - poem by Alfred Noyes}

Nuitter, Charles (1828-1899) French

Lohengrin: opera / Wagner {libr. 03/178-1 - paroles françaises de Charles Nuitter [with parallel Eng. text - libretto by Richard Wagner]}

Nunn, Trevor (1940- English

Memory {from Cats} / Webber {song : 17/566-2 - text by Trevor Nunn after T. S. Eliot}

59 works by 25 writers/librettists, with 3 cross-references

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