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Tuesday 19th October 2021

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Ocampo, Armand (b.1857) French

Despair: Hindoo song : with violin or 'cello accomp. ad lib. / Bemberg {song : 10/045-5[ 3] - [orig. French] by Armand Ocampo}

Louise: song / Charpentier {sop. : 10/045-8.2[7] - Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo}

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): vocal waltz / Bemberg {sop. : 10/045-8.2[6] - Eng. Agnes Larkcom from French of A. Ocampo}

Nymphs and fawns (Nymphes et sylvains): voc. waltz / Bemberg {17/056-2 - words by Agnes Larkcom, from the French of A. Ocampo}

O'Connor, William Frederick Travers (Sir) (1870-1943) Anglo-Irish

The old house / O'Connor {17/433 - words by Frederick O'Connor}

Ogilvie, Hugh (19th-20th c.) Scottish

Hail, Caledonia!: song / Stroud {17/540 - written by Hugh Ogilvie}

Ogilvie, William Henry (1869-1963) Scottish-American

A Border home: song / Phillips {17/448-14 - words by Will H. Ogilvie}

Gipsies: song / Peel {17/444-1 - words by Will. H. Ogilvie}

O'Keeffe, John (1747-1833) Irish

I am a friar of orders gray / Reeve {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/468 - words by O'Keefe; new arr. Grenville Smart}

Oliphant, Carolina (Lady Nairne) (1766-1845) Scottish

The auld hoose: old Scottish air / Trad. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[61] - words by Baroness Nairne}

Caller herrin' / Gow {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[53] - words by Baroness Nairne}

Caller herring: fav. Scotch air [by Nathaniel Gow] arr. for the piano forte or harp / Gow {Special - [words by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne] arr. Philip Knapton}

The Laird o' Cockpen / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[44] - words by Baroness Nairne}

The Laird o' Cockpen Op. 23: ballad for chor. & orch. / Stephan {01/071 - words by Lady Nairne}

The rowan tree / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[25] - words by Baroness Nairne}

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

O'Neill, Moira  (1864-1955) Irish-Canadian

Cuttin' rushes: song / Willeby {16/050-3 [ 6] - poem by Moira O'Neill}

The fairy lough Op. 77: song / Stanford {17/529- 3 - words by Moira O'Neill {from An Irish Idyll}}

An Irish idyll in six miniatures Op. 77 / Stanford {song : 09/185-2 - words by Moira O'Neill}

The ould lad {from Songs of the Glens of Antrim} / Harty {song : 17/259-2 - words by Moira O'Neill}

O'Reilly, Patrick Joseph (1877-1924) Irish

Break o' day: song / Sanderson {10/045-8.1[12] - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

Break o' day: song / Sanderson {17/488- 2 - words by P .J. O'Reilly}

Captain Mac': song / Sanderson {17/488-16 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

Drake goes West: song / Sanderson {10/045-7[5] - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

Drake goes West: song / Sanderson {17/488-15 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

For you alone: song w. violin accomp. ad lib. / Geehl {set 17/212 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

The hills of Donegal: song / Sanderson {17/488- 5 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

Kitty: song / Dix {song : 16/040 [4/11] - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

Love hath a song (Liebe sie singt) / Dix {song : 16/040 [2/16] - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

My prayer: song / Squire {17/527-7 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

One morning very early: song / Sanderson {17/488-19 - words (Trad.) adapt. P. J. O'Reilly}

The ould side car: [song] / Dix {17/165.8-2 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

The road across the sea: song / Bowen {17/093-1 - words by P. J. O'Reilly}

Thanks be to God: song (w. organ or harmon. accpt. ad lib.) / Dickson {17/164 - lyric by P. J. O'Reilly}

Orleans, Charles d' (1391-1465) French

En regardant ces belles fleurs / Caplet {song : 17/110.5[2] - rondel de Charles d'Orléans}

O'Shaughnessy, Arthur (1844-1881) Anglo-Irish

The music makers Op. 69: ode set for contr. solo, SATB & orch. / Elgar {01/037-4 - words by Arthur O'Shaughnessy}

Osterwald, Karl Wilhelm (1820-1887) German

In the hedge a rose is blooming (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut) Op. 26 no. 2 / Franz {song : 17/205-4 - W. Osterwald; Eng. text Dawson Freer}

On a thorn-bush blooms a rosebud (Lieber Schatz, sei wieder gut mir) Op. 26 no. 2 / Franz {song : 17/205-3 - [W. Osterwald]}

O'Sullivan, Seumas (1879-1958) Irish

The piper: song / Benjamin {17/060-3 - words by Seumas O'Sullivan}

A piper / Head {song : 17/266-11 - words by Seumas O'Sullivan}

A piper {from Three songs for voice & viola} / Peterkin {17/447-4(3) - words by Seumas O'Sullivan}

Oudin, Eugène (1858-1894) American

Berceuse: song / Chaminade {17/116-2 - po?sie de Ed. Guinand; Eng. Eugene Oudin}

Fair Spring is returning {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {sop./ mez. : 17/486-1 - words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin}

Love's garden (Si j'étais jardinier): song / Chaminade {10/045-9[6] - words by Eugene Oudin}

Near my beloved (Auprès de ma mie): song / Chaminade {10/045-9[12] - Eng. version by Eugene Oudin}

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

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {contr. : 16/020( 1) [1] - words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin}

Softly awakes my heart: [Cantabile - Delilah - mez.] / Saint-Saëns {16/050-3 [ 9] - [words by] F Lemaire Eng Eugene Oudin}

Softly awakes my heart {from Samson and Delilah} / Saint-Saëns {sop./ mez./ contr. : 17/486-2 - words by F. Lemaire; Eng. by Eugene Oudin}

Oxenford, Edward (1848-1929) English

An Andalusian maid: song / Philp {16/050-5 [39] - words by Edward Oxenford}

The Flower Queen: cantata for treble voices / Barri {01/014 - poetry by Edward Oxenford}

The tar's lass: song / Jude {17/306-4 - written by Edward Oxenford}

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} / Gounod {17/226-7 - Eng. version Edward Oxenford}

Oxenford, John (1812-1877) English

Morning bright: song / Thomas {10/045-9[1] - words from the French by John Oxenford}

Songs (complete edition) / Beethoven {09/015-1 - Eng. words John Oxenford}

Oxford, Earl of (1550-1604) English

Come hither, shepherd swain: canzonet / Randegger {17/465.2 - words by the Earl of Oxford (1560)}

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