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Thursday 21st October 2021

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S. G. P. Unknown

Life's dream is o'er {from Alice where art thou}: duet for ten. & contr. / Ascher {18/007 - words & mus. arr. S. G. P.}

S., A. (19th-20th c.) English

see Stanton, A. S.

Salmon, Arthur Leslie (1865-1952) English

A child's carol: based on an old Flemish carol / Naylor {song : 17/424.5-3 - words by Arthur Salmon}

Homing: song / Del Riego {17/156- 3 - words by Arthur L. Salmon}

Homing: voc. duet / Del Riego {18/043 - words by Arthur Salmon}

It's the same old homeland: song / Carne {17/113.7-1 - words by Arthur L. Salmon}

The old homes are waiting / Phillips {song : 17/448- 8 - words by Arthur L. Salmon}

Pleading Op. 48 No. 1: song / Elgar {17/178-3 - words by Arthur Salmon}

Wait!: song / Hardelot {17/254-3 - words by Arthur L. Salmon}

Sanders, Joe (1842-1884) English

see Leybourne, George

Sarson, May (1901-1958) English

The lyre of Orpheus: four songs for fem. v. (SSC) / Webber {15/053 - words by May Sarson}

  1. Hymn to Apollo 2. Pastoral (The Shepherds) 3. Lament (The Nymphs) 4. Nocturne (The Muses)

Sassin, Algernon (19th-20th c.) English

Friend: song / Davies {17/146 - words by Algernon Sassin}

Sassoon, Siegfried (1886-1967) English

A child's prayer / Rootham {song : 17/481.1 - words by Siegfried Sassoon}

Schiller, Friedrich (1759-1805) German

Arie der Johanna: Lebt wohl, ihr Berge {from Die Jungfrau von Orleans} / Tchaikovsky {song : 10/045-8.2[1] - based on the romantic tragedy by Friedrich Schiller}

Noenia (Nänie) Op. 82: for chor. & orch. / Brahms {01/021-3 - poem by Schiller}

Schiller's Lay of the bell / Romberg {01/065 - Eng. trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck}

Schipa, Tito (1888-1965) Italian

Liebestraum (Dream of love) / Liszt {song : 17/346-4 - Ital. version Tito Schipa, Eng. version Lawrence Lipton}

Schira, Francesco (1809-1883) Italian

Sognai: rêverie / Schira {song : 17/495.5 - parole e musica di F. Schira}

Schmidt, Hans (1854-1923) Latvian

Sapphische Ode (Sapphic ode) Op. 94 no. 4: song (Lied) / Brahms {song : 17/099-7 - words by Hans Schmidt}

Schober, Franz von (1796-1882) Austrian

Der Hochzeitsbraten ("Ach liebes Herz, ach Theobald") Op. 104: Terzett (sop., ten., bass) / Schubert {18/143 - Gedicht von Fr. von Schober}

To music (An die Musik) / Schubert {bass / contr. : 17/496- 1 - by Schober; Eng. words Mary Field}

Schonberger, John (1892-1983) American

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

Scott, Bennett (1875-1930) English

Some night, some waltz, some girl / Scott {song : 10/045-7[19] - written and composed by A. J. Mills, Bennett Scott and Fred Godfrey}

Scott, Clement (1841-1904) English

Oh, promise me!: romanza [melodie] / Koven {16/050-5 [21] - words by Clement Scott}

Scott, Cyril (1879-1970) English

Afterday Op. 50 No. 1 / Scott {song : 17/501-1 - [words by Cyril Scott]}

Scott, John Prindle (1877-1932) American

Light's glittering morn: Easter solo / Scott {song : 17/502-1 - by John Prindle Scott}

Scott, Charles Kennedy (1876-1965) English

The lost melody: waltz song / Scott {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/502.5 - words by Kennedy Scott}

Scott, Alicia (Lady John Douglas) (1810-1900) Scottish

Ettrick: song / Scott (Lady John Douglas) {10/045-4[18] - words by Lady John Scott}

Think on me / Scott (Lady John Douglas) {song : 17/503 - words by Lady John Scott; arr. J. Michael Diack}

Scott, Lilian (19th-20th c.) English

My happy garden: song / Barry {17/038.5-2 - words by Lilian Scott}

What shall I sing you? / Barry {song : 17/038.5 - words by Lilian Scott}

Scott, Sir Walter (1771-1832) Scottish

Blue bonnets over the border / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[32] - words by Sir Walter Scott}

Jock o' Hazeldean / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[51] - words by Sir Walter Scott}

Jock o' Hazeldean / MacCunn {song : 17/364-5 - words by Sir Walter Scott}

Seeger, Pete (1919-2014) American

Where have all the flowers gone? / Seeger {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/504.3 - words and music Pete Seeger}

Segal, Jack (1918-2005) American

Scarlet ribbons / Danzig {song : 17/145 - lyric by Jack Segal}

Selby, Peter Unknown

Love Is new / Selby {song : 17/504.5-1 - words and music Peter Selby}

Seton, Marie (19th-20th c.) Unknown

Butterfly wings Op. 30 No. 1: song / Phillips {17/448- 3 - words by Marie Seton}

Shakespeare, William (1564-1616) English

Blow, blow, thou Winter wind: song / Sarjeant {17/490 - words from (Shakspeare's) As You Like It}

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

Five Shakespeare songs (2nd set) Op. 23 / Quilter {10/076[4]}

  1. Fear No More . . . 2. Under the Greenwood Tree 3. It was a Lover and his Lass 4. Take, O Those Lips Away 5. Hey Ho . . .

Four old English songs / Coates {09/041 - poems by Shakespeare}

  1. Orpheus with his lute 2. Under the greenwood tree 3. Who is Sylvia? 4. It was a lover

Four Shakespeare songs / Moeran {09/123}

  1. The lover and his lass 2. Where the bee sucks 3. When daisies pied 4. When icicles hang by the wall

I know a bank: voc. duet / Horn {18/075-1 - words by Shakespeare}

I know a bank / Shaw {song : 17/510-11 - words by Shakespeare}

In Springtime: duet for sop. & contr., sop. & bar., or ten. & bar. / Newton {18/109-2 - words by Shakespeare}

In Windsor Forest: cantata for mixed voices adapted from 'Sir John in Love' / Vaughan-Williams {01/076-6.5 - words by Shakespeare}

It was a lover and his lass Op. 23 No. 3: duet (sop. & contr.) / Quilter {18/127-1 - words by Shakespeare}

Lo! here the gentle lark: song [with flute accomp.] / Bishop {17/078-1 - words by Shakespeare}

A midsummer night's dream: opera in 3 acts / Britten {libr. 03/025-1 - adapted from Shakespeare by Benjamin Britten & Peter Pears}

O mistress mine Op. 9 No. 1 / Dale {song : 10/087[ 8] - words by Shakespeare}

O mistress mine {from Three Shakespeare songs} Op. 6 No. 2: song / Quilter {17/462- 6 - words by Shakespeare}

Orpheus / Austin {song : 17/020 - words by Shakespeare}

Orpheus with his lute / Linley {song : 17/345.5 - words by Shakespeare; arr. Dennis Arundell}

Orpheus with his lute / Sullivan {song : 17/544- 5 - words from Shakespeare's 'Henry VIII'}

Orpheus with his lute {from Henry VIII}: song / Vaughan-Williams {17/555-2 - words by Shakespeare}

Orpheus with his lute / Westrup {song : 17/570.4(3) - poem by Shakespeare}

Saint Crispin's day {from Agincourt}: King Henry's song / Boughton {17/092-6 - words adapted from Shakespeare}

Serenade to music: [for SATB soli & chor.] / Vaughan-Williams {01/076-8 - words by Shakespeare (Merchant of Venice)}

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

She never told her love / Haydn {alto / contr. : 17/264-1 - Shakespeare; arr. Albert Howe}

Should he upbraid / Bishop {song : 17/078-2 - Shakespeare; arr. Estelle Liebling}

Sigh no more: [song] / Aikin {10/087[13] - words by Shakespeare}

Sigh no more: song / Aikin {17/006 - words by Shakespeare}

Sigh no more, ladies / Warlock {song : 17/563-9 - words by Shakespeare}

So are you to my thoughts / Johnstone {song : 17/301 - words by Shakespeare}

Three Shakespeare songs: for med. v. / Dring {voc. sc. 09/060}

  1. Under the greenwood tree 2. Come away, Death 3. Blow, blow, thou Winter wind

Three Shakespeare songs (1st set) Op. 6 / Quilter {09/147-2}

  1. Come Away, Death 2. O Mistress Mine 3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind

Three Shakespeare songs (1st set) Op. 6 / Quilter {10/076[2]}

  1. Come Away, Death 2. O Mistress Mine 3. Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind

When icicles hang by the wall / Quilter {song : 17/462-18 - words by Shakespeare}

Who is Silvia? / Quilter {song : 10/045-6[7] - poem by Shakespeare}

Who is Silvia? / Duff {song : 17/169-1 - words by Shakespeare}

The willow song {from Shakespeare's Othello} / Coleridge-Taylor {song : 17/133-5}

Shanks, Edward (1892-1953) English

As I lay in the early sun / Gibbs {song : 17/219-3 - words by Edward Shanks}

For remembrance / Gibbs {song : 17/219-4 - words by Edward Shanks}

Shannon, James Royce (1881-1946) American

Rose dreams / Stasny {song : 17/530.5 - poem by J.R. Shannon}

Sharp, Vernon Lathom (1892-1990) English

Dearest of all: song / Sharp {17/507-1 - words and music by Vernon Lathom Sharp}

Sharp, William (1855-1905) Scottish

see also Fiona Macleod

The yellowhammer's song: song / Bantock {17/027-3 - poem by William Sharp}

Shelley, Percy Bysshe (1792-1822) English

Love's philosophy (Liebesphilosophie) / Delius {song : 17/160-2 - [words by] Shelley}

Love's philosophy: song / Quilter {song : 10/076[6] - words by Shelley}

Love's philosophy Op. 3 No. 1: song / Quilter {17/462- 4 - words by Shelley}

Miller's Green: miniature suite for voice & p. (or orch.) / Brewer {09/029 - words by Wager, Shelley et al.}

  1. The maid of Kent 2. A widow bird 3. As we dance round 4. My sweet sweeting 5. Here we come a-piping

A widow bird state mourning: Archy's song / Lidgey {17/344.5 - words by Shelley}

Sheridan, Mark (1867-1918) English

Who were you with last night? / Godfrey {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/222.3 - written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan}

Sherman-Lewis-Silver Unknown

No! No! A thousand times no!: waltz song in melodrama / Sherman {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/511.5 - words and music Al Sherman, Al Lewis & Abner Silver}

Shields, Ren (1868-1913) American

In the good old summer time: waltz song / Evans {16/050-5 [ 3] - words by Ren Shields}

Shove, Fredegond Cecily (1899-1949) English

The water mill / Vaughan-Williams {song : 17/555-5 - from 4 poems by Fredegond Shove}

Shuman, Mort (1936-1991) American

Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: souvenir album [of 9 songs incl. 5 composed by or with Gérard Jouannest] / Brel {09/027 - French words by Jacques Brel, Eng. by Mort Shuman & Eric Blau}

Sidney, Philip (Sir) (1554-1586) English

Friendship: duet in canon / Marzials {18/097-2 - words by Sir Philip Sidney}

My true love hath my heart / Bush {song : 17/109 - words by Sir Philip Sidney}

My true love hath my heart: song for mez. / Parry {17/442-3 - words by Sir Philip Sidney}

My true love hath my heart / Plumstead {song : 17/451 - words by Sir Philip Sidney}

Sievier, Bruce (1894-1953) Anglo-French

see also Egan, Kathleen

Her name Is Mary: song / Ramsay {17/465-1 - words by Bruce Sievier & Harold Ramsay}

Undivided: song / Thayer {17/550.5-1 - words by Bruce Sievier}

Sillery, Charles Doyne (1807-1836) Irish

The Scottish blue bells / Barker {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[22] - [words by C. D. Sillery}

Silva Sánchez, Francisco Javier (1961- Spanish

La rosa y el sauce / Guastavino {song : 17/237.8 - poesía de Francisco Silva}

Silvestre, Armand (1837-1901) French

Crépuscule: chant / Massenet {17/389.5[1] - poésie d'Armand Silvestre}

[Crépuscule; and Il pleuvait] / Massenet {song : 17/389.5 - poésie d'Armand Silvestre}

Il pleuvait / Massenet {song : 17/389.5[2] - poésie d'Armand Silvestre}

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

The bells of England: song / Harrington {17/256.5 - words by Harold Simpson}

A cycle of life: five songs / Ronald {song : 09/159-3 - words by Harold Simpson}

  1. Prelude 2. Down in the forest (Spring) 3. Love I have won you (Summer) 4. The winds are calling (Autumn) 5. Drift down, Drift down (Winter)

Down in the forest {from A Cycle of Life} / Ronald {song : 17/481-2 - words by Harold Simpson}

The haven of your heart / Hartmann {song : 17/258 - words by Harold Simpson}

Haydn Wood album: [8 songs] / Wood {09/213 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly, Harold Simpson et al.}

Heart's desire: song cycle [7 songs] / Elliott {09/069 - words by Harold Simpson}

I count It all: song / Wood {17/590- 9 - words by Harold Simpson}

I sing of love / Jefferies {song : 17/298.5-2 - words by Harold Simpson}

The light on the hill: song / Strong {17/539-1 - words by Harold Simpson}

Rest at eventide: song / Baynton-Power {17/047 - words by Harold Simpson}

The village that nobody knows: song / Wood {17/590-10 - words by Harold Simpson}

Wake up! (Spring flowers) / Phillips {song : 17/448-15 - words by Harold Simpson}

Young Tom o' Devon: song / Russell {17/484-4 - words by Harold Simpson}

Simpson, William John Sparrow- (1859-1952) English

see Sparrow-Simpson, W J

Sinclair, William (b.1811) Scottish

The Battle of Stirling: national song / Chisholm {16/050-3 [16] - written by William Sinclair}

Sitwell, Edith (1887-1964) English

Canticle III: Still falls the rain Op. 55: for ten., horn & piano / Britten {set 01/023-10 - words by Edith Sitwell}

Three songs / Walton {09/205 - poems by Edith Sitwell}

  1. Daphne 2. Through gilded trellises 3. Old Sir Faulk

Sitwell, Sacheverell (1897-1988) English

The Rio Grande: cantata [for chor. w. solo piano] / Lambert {01/054 - poem by Sacheverell Sitwell}

The Rio Grande / Lambert {p. solo : 21/213.1 - poem by Sacheverell Sitwell}

Skakle, Mary Agnes (1884-1960) Scottish

Where the high-road ends: [song & chorus] / Skakle {17/518.3 - composed for the Cairngorm Club, with words by Miss Mary Agnes Skakle}

Skelly, Joseph P. (1853-1895) Irish-American

He isn't a marrying man: [song and chorus] / Skelly {16/050-1 [7] - written and composed Joseph P. Skelly}

The old rustic bridge by the mill: song & chorus / Skelly {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/518.5 - [words and music J.P. Skelly]}

Skinner, William (20th c.) Scottish

Come o'er the border (Bonnie Prince Charlie) / Finlay {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/190 - words by William Skinner}

Slade, Julian (1930-2006) English

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days} / Slade {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/519-1 - words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade}

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

Until the dawn: song / Kahn {17/308-2 - words by Harold Smith}

Smith, Harry Bache (1860-1936 ) American

Gypsy love song (Slumber on … ) {from The Fortune Teller}: song / Herbert {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283.2-1 - words by Harry B. Smith}

If all the stars were mine: [song] / Stromberg {16/050-5 [ 9] - written by Harry B. Smith}

Smith, J. F. Unknown

The desert: descriptive song / Emanuel {17/183 - words by J. F. Smith}

Sondheim, Stephen (1930- American

Cool {from West Side Story} / Bernstein {song : 17/074-1 - words by Stephen Sondheim & Leonard Bernstein}

Somewhere {from West Side Story} / Bernstein {song : 17/074-2 - lyrics by Stephen Sondheim}

West Side Story song album / Bernstein {09/021 - lyrics by Stephen Sondheim}

Southey, Robert (1774-1843) English

A moonlight night: song / Bowen {17/093.2 - words by Southey}

Sparrow-Simpson, William John (Rev.) (1859-1952) English

The Crucifixion: meditation [oratorio] for two solo v. (ten. & bass) & chor. / Stainer {08/053-1 - words sel. Rev. J. Sparrow-Simpson}

Spencer, Edward Mordaunt (d.1888) English

The Rose of Tralee: song / Glover {17/221.5-1 - words by E. Mordaunt Spencer; arr. Roger Quilter}

Spenser, Edmund (c1552-1599) English

The Thistle and the Rose: for adolescent v. (SAB), str. & p., org. & bells (ad lib.) / Davie {18/040-2 - text adapted from works by William Dunbar and Edmund Spenser}

Sproat, George G. B. (1857-1927) Scottish

Bonnie Gallowa' / Hornsby {song : 17/289 - words by George G. B. Sproat}

Spurr, Melancthon Burton (1852-1904) English

The world went very well then: humorous song / Bond-Andrews {17/086.3 - written and sung by Mel. B. Spurr}

Stamford, John J. (1840-1899) English

Macnamara's band: song / O'Connor {17/433.5 - words by John J. Stamford}

Stanley, Arthur (19th-20th c.) English

Saint Christopher / Russell {song : 17/484-5 - words by Arthur Stanley}

When the children say their prayers: song / Russell {17/484-3 - words by Arthur Stanley}

Stanley, Ralph (20th c.) English

Spring morning with you: song / Jefferies {17/298.5-3 - lyric by Ralph Stanley}

Stanley, Wynn (19th-20th c.) English

Sally (You brought the sunshine to our alley): song / Stanley {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/530.2 - written & composed by Wynn Stanley & Andrew Allen}

Stanton, A. S. (19th-20th c.) English

Bird songs: [5 songs] / Lehmann {09/111-2 - words by A. S. [Stanton]}

Stanton, Frank Lebby (1857-1927) American

Blossoms: song / Corbett {10/045-5[ 7] - words by Frank L. Stanton}

A fat li'l' feller wid his mammy's eyes: song / Gordon {10/045-8.2[14] - words by Frank L. Stanton}

A fat li'l feller wid his mammy's eyes / Gordon {song : 17/222.8 - words by Frank L. Stanton}

Just a-wearyin' for you {from Seven Songs} / Jacobs-Bond {song : 17/296-1 - words by Frank Stanton}

Just a-wearyin' for you: voc. duet / Jacobs-Bond {18/079-2 - words by Frank Stanton; arr. Emerson James}

Mighty like a rose: song / Nevin {17/425.5 - text by Frank L. Stanton}

Morning: song / Speaks {17/525-3 - words by Frank L. Stanton}

You'll git heaps o' lickin's: song / Clarke {17/122-2 - words by F.L. Stanton}

Stephens, Henry Pottinger (1851-1903) English

The Vicar of Wide-a-Wakefield; or the Miss-Terry-ous Uncle: 'respectful burlesque perversion' / Pascal {16/070 [2] - written by H. P. Stephens and W. Yardley}

Stephenson, B. C. (1839-1906) English

Dorothy: pastoral comic opera / Cellier {07/005.7 - written by B. C. Stephenson}

She wandered down the mountain side: song / Clay {17/124-1 - poetry by B.C. Stephenson}

The zoo: musical folly / Sullivan {07/041-6 - librettist: B. C. Stephenson ("Bolton Rowe"; p. arr. Roderick Spencer}

Sterling-Levis, Edith (1881-1971) Australian

Drooping wings: song / Quilter {17/462-11 - words by Edith Sterling-Levis}

Sternau, C. O. (1823-1862) German

Serenade (Ständchen): song / Raff {17/464.8 - words by Sternau}

Stevens, Marianne Wilhelmine Mercier de (18th c.) French

Penitence (Busslied) / Beethoven {contr. : 17/050-3 - C. F. Gellert; Eng. words by Marianne Wilhelmine de Stevens}

Stevenson, Robert Louis (1850-1894) Scottish

Bright is the ring of words / Peel {song : 17/444-3[2] - words by Robert Louis Stevenson}

Bright is the ring of words {from Songs of Travel, pt 1} / Vaughan-Williams {17/555-8 - words by R L Stevenson}

In the Highlands / Gibbs {song : 17/219-1 - words by R. L. Stevenson}

More daisies: new songs of childhood for 4 solo voices (SCTBar/B) / Lehmann {10/045-8.4[3] - words by Robert Louis Stevenson, W. B. Rands etc}

  12 'encore songs for The Daisy Chain'

Requiem: song / Homer {10/045-6[4] - [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson}

Requiem: song / Homer {10/088[ 5] - [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson}

Requiem: song / Homer {17/288-3 - [words by] Robert Louis Stevenson}

Requiem / Peel {song : 17/444-3[1] - words by Robert Louis Stevenson}

[Requiem; and Bright is the ring of words] / Peel {song : 17/444-3 - words by Robert Louis Stevenson}

The roadside fire {from Songs of Travel} / Vaughan-Williams {17/555-6 - words by R L Stevenson}

Songs of travel, Part 1 / Vaughan-Williams {09/198(1) - by Robert Louis Stevenson}

  1. The vagabond 2. Bright is the ring of words 3. The roadside fire

Songs of travel, Part 1 / Vaughan-Williams {song : 10/076[9] - by Robert Louis Stevenson}

  1. The vagabond 2. Bright is the ring of words 3. The roadside fire

Songs of travel, Part 2 / Vaughan-Williams {09/198(2) - by Robert Louis Stevenson}

  1. Let beauty awake 2. Youth and love 3. In dreams 4. The infinite shining heavens

Songs of travel, Part 2 / Vaughan-Williams {10/055[3] - by Robert Louis Stevenson}

  1. Let beauty awake 2. Youth and love 3. In dreams 4. The infinite shining heavens

The vagabond {from Songs of Travel, pt 1} / Vaughan-Williams {17/555-4 - words by R L Stevenson}

Windy nights Op.30 No. 4: unison song / Stanford {17/529-10(4) - poem by R L Stevenson}

Stewart, Alexander (19th c.) Scottish

Mo dhachaidh (My ain house) / Moffat {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/405.5-2 - Gaelic words by Malcolm MacFarlane, Scot. Alexander Stewart}

Stewart, Michael (1924-1987) American

Vocal selections from 'Barnum' / Coleman {09/043 - lyrics by Michael Stewart}

Stoelzlein, Bonifacius (1603-1667) German

Lord, in thy name I rest me: hymn for unaccomp. double chor. / Walters {02/131.5 - words by Bonifacius Stoelzlein}

Stolberg-Stolberg, Friedrich Leopold (1750-1819) German

To be sung on the waters (Auf dem Wasser zu singen) Op. 72 / Schubert {song : 17/496-12 - words by Friedrich Stolberg; Eng. version H. Stevens}

Storm, Gloria (19th-20th c.) English

Down in the gardens at Kew: song / Stacey {17/528-1 - words by Gloria Storm}

Down in the gardens at Kew: voc. duet / Stacey {18/157 - words by Gloria Storm}

Stranger, Marion (20th c.) English

Our flag unfurled: song / Phillips {17/448-13 - words by Marion Stranger}

Stranks, Alan (1903-1959) Australian

Break of day {from Waltz Time}: song / May {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/390-1 - lyric by Alan Stranks}

Struble, Mabel (19th-20th c.) Unknown

Courage: song / Huhn {17/292-2 - words by Mabel Struble}

Stuart, Leslie (1863-1928) English

The bandolero: song / Stuart {10/045-7[4] - words and music by Leslie Stuart}

The shade of the palm {from Florodora}: song / Stuart {16/050-4 [15] - words and music by Leslie Stuart}

The shade of the palm: [song] / Stuart {17/540.5 - words and music by Leslie Stuart}

The soldiers of the Queen: [song] / Stuart {16/050-4 [12] - words and music by Leslie Stuart}

Sturgis, Julian (1848 -1904) American

Ho, Jolly Jenkin (the Friar's song) {from Ivanhoe} / Sullivan {17/544- 2 - words by Julian Sturgis}

My heart is weary (Schwer liegt auf dem Herzen): recit. & air {from Nadeschda} / Thomas {17/552-4 - Eng. words by Julian Sturgis; Ger. version Friedrich Fremery}

Stray nymph of Dian / Barkworth {song : 17/029-5 - [words by] Julian Sturgis}

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe}: Sir Brian's song / Sullivan {17/544-11 - words by Julian Sturgis}

Sullivan, Arthur Seymour (Sir) (1842-1900) English

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

Sutcliffe, Winifred (19th-20th c.) English

Love's coronation: song (with violin or violoncello & organ acc. ad lib.) / Aylward {set 17/022 - words by Winifred Sutcliffe}

Swain, Charles (1801-1874) English

The old cottage clock / Molloy {song : 10/045-4[ 3] - words by Charles Swan}

Swinburne, Algernon C. (1837-1909) English

Butterflies / Corbett {song : 10/045-5[11] - words by Algernon C. Swinburne}

The winds / Walton {song : 17/562 - poem by A. C. Swinburne}

Swinyard, Laurence (20th c.) English

A cynical serenade: song for bass singers / Swinyard {17/546.5 - words and music Laurence Swinyard}

Symonds, John Addington (1840-1893) English

These things shall be: cantata [for ten./bar. & chor.] / Ireland {01/038[3] - poem by J Addington Symonds}

These things shall be: for bar. (or ten.) solo, chor. & orch. / Ireland {01/053 - poem by J Addington Symonds}

Szerdahelyi Joseph (1804-1851) Hungarian

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

Marishka! Marishka! (O Marie!) / Korbay {song : 17/322-1 - text and melody Szerdahelyi}

197 works by 89 writers/librettists, with 5 cross-references

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