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Thursday 21st October 2021

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P., A.. (19th-20th c.) Fictitious

see Paladilhe, A.

P., S. G. Unknown

see "S. G. P."

Paladilhe, A. (19th-20th c.) French

Mandolinata (Souvenir de Rome): song / Paladilhe {10/045-5[23] - paroles de A. P[aladilhe]}

Palmer, Maggie Unknown

Scottish lament: for alto & horn / James {17/296.7 - words by Maggie Palmer}

Parish, Mitchell (1900-1993) American

One morning in May: ballad / Carmichael {17/113.5 - words by Mitchell Parish}

Park, Philip James (1907-1978) English

La Belle Hélène (Beautiful Helen): operetta / Offenbach {07/025-1 - new lyrics by Phil Park; arr. Ronald Hanmer}

Die Fledermaus (The Bat): operetta / Strauss II {07/035-1 - Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

The Gipsy baron: operetta / Strauss II {07/035-2 - Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

Gipsy love: operetta / Lehár {07/018-1.1 - new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

The Gipsy princess: operetta / Kálmán {07/015 - new version - lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

Lilac time: operetta / Berté {07/031.1 - Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer from themes by Heinrich Berté after Franz Schubert}

The Merry Widow: [operetta] / Lehár {07/018-2.1 - new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

The merry widow: operetta / Lehár {libr. 03/075 - new lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

Orpheus in the Underworld: comic operetta in 3 acts / Offenbach {07/025-2 - new lyrics by Phil Park; arr. Ronald Hanmer}

Viva Mexico! The music of Latin America: comedy musical in 3 acts / Hanmer {07/013.4 - lyrics by Phil Park}

Viva Mexico!: comedy musical [based on the music of Latin America] / Hanmer {libr. 03/060 - lyrics by Phil Park}

Waltzes from Vienna: musical romance / Strauss II {07/035-5 - Eng. lyrics by Phil Park, arr. Ronald Hanmer}

Wish me luck (As you wave me goodbye) {from Shipyard Sally} / Davies {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/148-3 - words by Phil Park}

Parker, Gilbert (1862-1932) Canadian

O flower of all the world: song / Woodforde-Finden {17/592-2 - words by Gilbert Parker}

Parker, Henry Unknown

The last rose of Summer / Stevenson {song : 17/532 - words by Thomas Moore; ed. Henry Parker}

Parker, Ross (1914-1974) English

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

Parsons, Donovan (1888-1980) English

I travel the road (Who cares): song / Thayer {17/550.5-2 - words by Donovan Parsons}

Partridge, Sybil Farish (c1856-1917) English

Just for to-day: sacred song / Seaver {17/504-1 - prayer by Sybil F. Partridge}

Passmore, W. S. (19th c.) English

The Lord is my Shepherd: paraphr. of 23rd Psalm / Smart {sop. & alto / contr. : 18/149-1 - words by W. S. Passmore}

Paterson, A. B. 'Banjo' (1864-1941) Australian

Waltzing Matilda: [scored for piano & ukulele] / Cowan {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/138.2 - words by A. B. Paterson}

Pattison, Thomas Mee (1845-1936) English

The praise of Islay (Moladh na landaidh) {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody / Lawson {17/331- 5 - Eng. trans. Thomas Pattison; arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Paulton, Edward Antonio (1866-1939) English

Lullaby {from Erminie} / Jakobowski {song : 16/020(12) [2] - words by Edward and Harry Paulton}

Paulton, Harry (1841-1917) English

Ah! Let me dream: song / Locknane {16/050-4 [23] - words by Harry Paulton}

Lullaby {from Erminie} / Jakobowski {song : 16/020(12) [2] - words by Edward and Harry Paulton}

Peabody, J. H. (19th c.) Unknown

Scotch lassie Jean: ballad [with SATB chorus] / Peabody {16/050-1[67] - [words and music by J. H. Peabody]}

Peabody, Josephine Preston (1874-1922) American

The house and the road: song / Parke {17/441.5 - words by Josephine Peabody}

Peele, George (1556?-1596) English

Whenas the rye: song / Warlock {10/089[ 6] - words by George Peele (1595)}

Pemberton, May Unknown

Come Lady-Day / Quilter {song : 17/462- 7 - words by May Pemberton}

Penn, Arthur A. (1875-1941) American

Smilin' through: song / Penn {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/445 - words and music by Arthur A. Penn}

Pepper, Harry Stephen (1891-1970) English

The nightingale: song / Zeller {17/600-2 - lyrics & rev. ed. Harry S. Pepper}

Oh maiden, my maiden {from Frederica} / Lehár {song : 17/335-1 - words by Harry S. Pepper}

Roses in Tyrol (Rosen in Tirol) {from The Birdseller}: duet (sop. & ten.) with mixed choir / Zeller {18/181 - Eng. lyrics by Harry S. Pepper}

Percy, Thomas (1729-1811) English

O Nannie, wilt thou gang wi' me / Carter {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[56] - words by Percy}

Over the mountains {from Old English Songs}: song / Quilter {17/462-16 - words from Percy's Reliques}

Perry, Frederick C. (19th c.) Unknown

The special bobby: [song and chorus] / Perry {16/050-1[10] - written by F. C. Perry}

Peters, William Theodore (1862-1904) American

Good night, pretty stars: song / Johnson {10/045-9[13] - words by William Theodore Peters}

Peterson, Frederick (1859-1938) American

The sweetest flower that blows: song / Hawley {17/262 - words by Frederic[sic] Peterson}

Petőfi, Sándor (1823-1849) Hungarian

Hungarian melodies, [vol. 1]: [25 songs] / Korbay {09/103(1) - Joseph Szerdahelyi (3,10,14,20), Alexander Petöfi (11,19) et al}

Philips, Ambrose (1674-1749) English

Breathe soft ye winds: [song] / Handel {17/252-12 - words by Ambrose Philips; mus. adapt. Herbert R. Stark}

Phillips, Alfred William (1844-1936) English

Cross of Calvary (Ave Maria!) / Gounod {mez./ bar. : 17/224-6 - [by] Alfred Phillips}

O divine Redeemer! (Repentir): scena / Gounod {song : 17/226-2 - words by Alfred Phillips; arr. Leigh Kingsmill}

O divine Redeemer: voc. duet for sop. & contr. / Gounod {18/067-2 - words by Alfred Phillips}

Repentir (Parce Domine / O divine Redeemer!): prayer / Gounod {mez./ bar. : 17/226-3 - [Eng, words by Alfred Phillips]}

Phillips, H. Lyall (19th-20th c.) English

A Devonshire wedding: song / Phillips {17/447.7-2 - words and music H. Lyall Phillips}

Forgotten: song / Phillips {17/447.7 - words and music by H. Lyall Phillips}

Phillips, Norah (19th-20th c.) Irish

Alleluia!: joyous Easter hymn (17th Century) / O'Connor-Morris {17/433.8 - words by Norah Phillips}

Piaf, Edith (1915-1963) French

La vie en rose (Take me to your heart again) / Louiguy {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/238-1 - Eng. lyric by Frank Eyton; Fre. by Edith Piaf}

Piave, Francesco Maria (1810-1876) Italian

La Traviata: opera / Verdi {06/063-7.1 - libr. Francesco M. Piave}

Pinkerton, Percy Edward (1855-1946) English

Dove sono (Gone forever) {from The Marriage of Figaro}: sop. aria: Countess Rosina, w. recit. E Susanna non vien! (Oh! Susanna is late!) / Mozart {17/418-5 - Eng. version Percy Pinkerton}

Gipsy songs (Zigeunermelodien) Op. 55: [7 songs] / Dvorák {song : 09/063-2 - Eng. trans. Percy Pinkerton}

Largo al factotum (Figaro's song) {from The Barber of Seville} / Rossini {ten. : 17/482-3 - Eng. version Percy Pinkerton}

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: sel. words & music / Wagner {p. solo : 16/099 - Eng. versions Percy Pinkerton}

Pansies (Salut d'amour): song / Elgar {16/050-3 [11] - words by Percy Pinkerton}

Salce (Willow song) {from Otello}: Desdemona's aria / Verdi {sop. : 17/556-6 - Eng. words Percy Pinkerton}

The sandman (Sandmännchen ): song (Lied) / Brahms {17/099-3 - Eng. words Percy Pinkerton}

Ständchen (Serenade) / Schubert {song : 17/496- 8 - Rellstab; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton; arr. Gerald Moore}

Walther's prize song (Morn, like a rose) {from The Meistersingers} / Wagner {16/020( 4) [3] - Eng. by Percy Pinkerton}

Pinsuti, Ciro (1829-1888) Anglo-Italian

Bedouin love song / Pinsuti {song : 10/087[19] - composed by Ciro Pinsuti}

Pitfield, Thomas B. (1903-1999) English

Ballad of a minstrel: two-part / Pitfield {18/118 - words by Thomas B. Pitfield}

The rhyming shopman: whimsical cantata for choir, orch. & bar. solo / Pitfield {01/063.7 - words & music Thomas B. Pitfield}

Pittman, Josiah (1816-1886) English

Gerechter Gott! {from Rienzi}: Adriano's aria / Wagner {sop. : 17/559-2 - Eng. trans. J. Pittman}

Lucia de Lammermoor: opera in 3 acts / Donizetti {06/015-1 - ed. Arthur Sullivan & J. Pittman; Eng. adapt. Charles Lamb Kenney}

Planché, James Robinson (1796-1880) English

Draw the sword Scotland / Rodwell {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[31] - words by J. R. Planché}

Oberon: opera in 3 acts / Weber {06/076 - written J. R. Planché; ed. Natalia Macfarren}

Pleshcheyev, Aleksey Nikolayevich (1825-1893) Russian

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

Plunkett, Joseph (1887-1916) Irish

I see His Blood upon the rose: song / Gover {17/228 - poem by Joseph Plunkett}

Poe, Edgar Alan (1809-1849) American

Annabelle Lee: song / Leslie {17/342 - words by Edgar Poe}

Pollock, Walter Herries (1850-1926) English

The devout lover: song (w. violin ad lib.) / White {set 17/571-2 - words by Walter Herries Pollock}

Pontet, Henry Théodore (1833-1902) Irish

see also Horspool, A

Queen of angels (Regina angelorum): vesper song w. organ acc. / Piccolomini {16/050-3 [ 8] - words by 'Nemo' [ie Henry Pontet?]}

Pope, Alexander (1688-1744) English

Ode on St Cecilia's day: cantata / Parry {01/063-2 - words by Alexander Pope}

Ode on St Cecilia's day / Parry {sol-fa only 44/037-1 - words by Alexander Pope}

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / Handel {song : 17/252- 2 - words by Pope}

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: air for tenor / Handel {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/252-3 - words by Pope}

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} / Handel {song : 17/252- 2}

Porteous, Baroness (19th-20th c.) Scottish

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini / Strelezki {song : 16/050-3 [12] - words by Baroness Porteous}

Porter, Cole (1891-1964) American

All of you {from Silk Stockings} / Porter {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455-5 - words and music by Cole Porter}

C'est magnifique {from Can-Can} / Porter {song : 17/455-3 - words and music by Cole Porter}

I hate men {from Kiss Me, Kate} / Porter {song : 17/455-4 - words and music by Cole Porter}

In the still of the night: song / Porter {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455-1 - words and music by Cole Porter}

Kiss me Kate / Porter {libr. 03/110 - lyrics by Cole Porter}

Night and day {from Gay Divorce} / Porter {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/455-2 - words and music by Cole Porter}

Well, did you evah? {from High Society} / Porter {song : 17/455-6.1 - words and music by Cole Porter}

Who wants to be a millionaire? {from High Society} / Porter {song : 17/455-6.2 - words and music by Cole Porter}

Pounds, Jessie Brown (1861-1921) American

Beautiful isle of somewhere: [sacred song] / Fearis {17/188.5 - words by Mrs Jessie Brown Pounds}

Pownall Garrett, Blanche (1914-1983) Canadian

see Blanche Garrett Pownall

Pradère, Onésime (1825-1891) French

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

Pradère-Niquet, Alexandre Onésime (1825-1891) French

see Blanche Garrett Pownall

Procter, Adelaide Anne (1825-1864) English

Cleansing fires: song / Gabriel {10/045-5[ 5] - poetry by Adelaide Procter}

The lost chord: song / Sullivan {17/544- 3 - words by Adelaide A. Proctor [sic]}

The message: [song] / Blumenthal {16/050-4 [31] - poetry by Miss A. Procter}

Prout, Ebenezer (1835-1909) English

Come, make my heart Thy home (Komm in mein Herzenshaus) {from Ein' feste Burg} / Bach {sop. : 17/025-9 - ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout}

For God's angels ne'er depart (Gottes Engel weichen nie) {from Mann singet} / Bach {sop. : 17/025-10 - ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout}

Sighing, weeping, trouble, want (Seufzer, Thränen, Kummer, Noth) {from Ich hatte viel Bekümmerniss} / Bach {sop. : 17/025-3 - ed. (with Eng. words) Ebenezer Prout}

Songs & airs for contralto, Bk 1: [9 songs] / Bach {09/008 - ed. with Eng. words by Ebeneezer Prout}

Prudhomme, Sully (1839-1907) French

Album lyrique / Blumenthal {song : 09/023-1 - words by Sully Prudhomme et al.}

Pullen, Hartie (19th-20th c.) English

Our country's call: song / Pullen {17/458.5 - words and music Hartie Pullen}

Purcell, Harold Vousden (1907-1977) English

Good-Night Vienna: romantic musical play / Posford {07/027-1 - lyrics by Holt Marvell (Eric Maschwitz) [and H.V. Purcell]}

Love's roundabout (La Ronde): waltz song / Straus {17/535-2 - Fre. words Louis Ducreux; Eng. words Harold Purcell}

Pedro, the fisherman {from The Lisbon Story}: song / Davies {17/148-4 - words by Harold Purcell}

Someday we shall meet again {from The Lisbon Story}: song / Davies {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/148-2 - words by Harold Purcell}

Pushkin, Alexander Sergeyevich (1799-1837) Russian

Eugene Onégin: lyric scenes in 3 acts / Tchaikovsky {06/059 - from the poem by Pushkin; Eng. version by Henry Reese}

103 works by 56 writers/librettists, with 5 cross-references

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