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Tuesday 19th October 2021

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Tagore, Rabindranath (1861-1941) Indian

At the well / Hageman {song : 17/241-2 - words by Rabindranath Tagore}

Do not go, my love: [song] / Hageman {17/241-4 - words by Sir Rabindranath Tagore}

Dweller in dreams / Walther {song : 17/561 - text by Rabindranath Tagore}

Peace / Fogg {song : 17/196 - words by Rabindranath Tagore}

Tannahill, Robert (1774-1810) Scottish

Gloomy winter's noo awa' / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[60] - words by Tannahill}

Jessie, the flow'r o' Dumblane / Smith {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[66] - words by Tannahill}

O! Are ye sleepin', Maggie? / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[54] - words by Tannenhill [sic]}

Rannoch herding song (An druimionn dubh): Agyllshire air / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 6 - Trad. set to Lowland words by Tannahill}

Tate, Nahum (1652-1715) Anglo-Irish

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas) / Purcell {17/460-7 - words by Nahum Tate; ed. Edmondstoune Duncan}

Taylor, Bronnie (19th-20th c.) Unknown

The singer / Head {song : 17/266-4 - words by Bronnie Taylor}

Taylor, Charles Henry (1859-1907) English

Dream o' day Jill {from Tom Jones}: song / German {17/214-10 - words by Chas. H. Taylor}

Lie there, my lute: song / MacCunn {17/364-3 - words by Charles H. Taylor}

Waltz song {from Tom Jones} / German {17/214- 4 - words by Chas. H. Taylor}

Taylor, Helen 1876-1943 English

Autumn days: song / Willeby {17/575-1 - words by Helen Taylor}

The ballad-monger: duet for sop. & bar. in E / Martin {18/095-1 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

Bless this house: song / Brahe {17/096-1 - words by Helen Taylor}

A breath of home: song / Murray {17/423-8 - words by Helen Taylor}

Come to the fair: unison song / Martin {17/384-1 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

Come to the fair {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song (duet for 2 med v. ) / Martin {18/095-2 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

A day at the fair: four songs / Martin {song : 09/121-5 - lyrics by Helen Taylor}

  1. All the fun of the fair 2. Fairlop Friday 3. The last fairing 4. Pack-and-penny day

Everywhere I go {from Four Pastorals}: song / Martin {17/384-6 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair} / Martin {song : 17/384-2 - words by Helen Taylor}

Fairings {from Four Songs of the Fair}: duet for high & low v. / Martin {18/095-3 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

Five canzonets / Ronald {09/159-1 - words by Helen Taylor}

Four songs of the fair / Martin {09/121-2 - words by Helen Taylor}

  1. Fairings 2. Langley Fair 3. Jock the Fiddler 4. The ballad-monger

I passed by your window {from Song Pictures} / Brahe {song : 17/096-8 - words by Helen Taylor}

An interlude {from Three More Songs of the Fair}: song / Martin {17/384-3 - words by Helen Taylor}

Life's balcony: song / Brahe {17/096-6 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

An old violin: song / Fisher {17/192 - words by Helen Taylor}

The piper from over the way: song / Brahe {17/096-4 - lyric by Helen Taylor}

A prayer in absence: song / Brahe {17/096-9 - words by Helen Taylor}

Red-letter days: four songs / Martin {09/121-4 - words by Helen Taylor}

  1. St Valentine 2. The first of May 3. The brightest day 4. St Nicholas Day in the morning

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days / Martin {10/045-8.1[7] - words by Helen Taylor}

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël): from the song cycle Red-Letter Days / Martin {10/045-8.1[8] - words by Helen Taylor}

St Nicholas Day in the morning (Noël) {from Red-letter days}: song / Martin {17/384-7 - words by Helen Taylor}

Sewing song / Sanderson {17/488-10 - words by Helen Taylor}

Shepherd of souls: song / Murray {17/423-3 - words by Helen Taylor}

Song pictures: five songs / Brahe {09/024 - words by Helen Taylor}

  1. I passed by your window 2. Heart of the night 3. To a miniature 4. Dawn song 5. The little people

Songs of open country: three songs / Martin {09/121-1 - words by Helen Taylor}

  1. The crown of the year 2. Wayfarer's night-song 3. The tune of open country

Three more songs of the fair / Martin {09/121-3 - words by Helen Taylor}

  1. Come to the Fair 2. An Interlude 3. Hatfield Bells

To a miniature: song {from Song Pictures} / Brahe {17/096-10 - lyrics by Helen Taylor}

Two little words: song / Brahe {17/096-7 - words by Helen Taylor}

Taylor, Irving (1914-1983) American

No regrets / Dumont {song : 17/169.5-1 - Eng. lyric by Irving Taylor}

Temple, Edith (19th-20th c.) English

All my life-time: song / Murray {17/423-6 - words by Edith Temple}

Count your blessings: song / Morgan {17/413 - words by Edith Temple}

Each sunday morn (in the Church on the hill): song / Burrows {17/108.5-3 - words by Edith Temple}

Welcome my Dear / Colville {song : 17/135.5 - words by Edith Temple}

Within these sacred walls: song / Prentice {17/456-1 - words by Edith Temple}

Temple, Stephen (19th-20th c.) English

Off to Philadelphia: song / Haynes {17/265-1 - adapted from an old Irish melody; words rev. & ed. Stephen Temple}

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord (1809-1892) English

Come into the garden Maud: cavatina / Balfe {17/026-1 - words by Alfred Tennyson}

Cycle of songs from Tennyson's Maud: [12 songs] / Somervell {10/088[ 2]}

Drop me a flower Op.175: song / Stanford {17/529- 2 - poem by Tennyson}

Edward Gray / Sullivan {song : 17/544- 1 - words by Tennyson}

Go not, happy day / Bridge {song : 17/102-4 - words by Alfred Tennyson}

The lady of Shalott: cantata / Bendall {fem. v. : 01/015.5 - poem by Alfred Tennyson}

The milkmaid's song: song / Stanford {17/529-11 - words by Alfred Tennyson}

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song / Quilter {10/045-6[16] - words by Tennyson}

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song / Quilter {10/045-6[17] - words by Tennyson}

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song / Quilter {song : 10/089[ 2] - words by Tennyson}

Now sleeps the crimson petal Op. 3 No. 2: song / Quilter {17/462 -5 - words by Tennyson}

The Revenge Op. 24: ballad of the Fleet / Stanford {choir : 01/070-3 - by Alfred, Lord Tennyson}

The Revenge: ballad of the Fleet / Stanford {SATB choir : sol-fa only 44/047-1 - by Alfred, Lord Tennyson}

Wind of the western sea: song / Peel {voc. sc. 17/444-6 - words by Tennyson}

Terry, Charles Sanford (1864-1936) English

Jesu, joy and treasure (Jesu, meine Freude): sacred cantata for soli (sop./ten.+ bass) etc / Buxtehude {p. voc. + sol-fa 01/024 - ed. Robert Groves; Eng. version of Franck's hymn C. Sanford Terry}

Terry, Richard Runciman (1865-1938) English

Ave Verum Corpus (Hail, O Hail, True Body): motet for four v. / Byrd {05/003-1 - Eng. text by R R Terry}

Senex puerum portabat (Simeon carried the young child): motet for four v. / Byrd {05/003-5 - Eng. text by R R Terry}

Teschemacher, Edward (1876-1940) English

see also Lockton, Edward Frederick

All joy be thine: song / Sanderson {17/488-17 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Along the dusty road: song / Simpson {17/518-2 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Because: song / Hardelot {17/254 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Beneath thy window ('O sole mio!): Neapolitan serenade / Capua {17/111-1 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

A birthday song: song / Clarke {16/050-3 [10] - words by Edward Teschemacher}

The dancing lesson (La leçon à danser) {from The Passing Show} / Oliver {song : 17/438-1 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Down Vauxhall way / Oliver {song : 17/438-3 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Dream songs: [4 songs] / Phillips {09/141-4 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

  1. In the deep silence of the night 2. The enchanted forest 3. My dreamland rose 4. I dreamt that I was the wind

The enchanted forest {from Dream Songs}: song / Phillips {10/045-8.2[4] - words byEdward Teschemacher}

Evening pastoral / Rae {song : 17/464.5 - words by E. Teschemacher}

Follow the piper: song / Brewer {10/045-8.2[15] - words by Edward Teschemacher}

The garden of your heart: song / Dorel {17/168.3 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

The garden of your heart: duet / Dorel {mez. & bar. : 18/049 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Guy d' Hardelot album, vol. 1: [8 songs] / Hardelot {09/089(1) - words by Edward Teschemacher, Fred Weatherly et al.}

Home that is calling for me: song / Drummond {17/168.5-3 - words by Ed. Teschemacher}

I dream of a garden of sunshine / Löhr {song : 17/352- 3 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

I know a lovely garden: song / Hardelot {17/254-2 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

The little Irish girl: song / Löhr {17/352- 5 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Love's echo: song / Newton {16/050-4 [26] - words by Edward Teschemacher}

None but the longing heart (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt) / Tchaikovsky {song : 17/550-2 - [poem by Goethe]; Eng. words E. Teschemacher}

O lovely night! {from Summertime} / Ronald {song : 17/481-1 - words by Ed. Teschemacher}

O lovely night! {from Summertime}: song / Ronald {alt. & bar. : 18/132 - words by Ed. Teschemacher}

La Première: mélodie / Webber {song : 10/045-6[11] - paroles de François Coppée, Eng. trans. E. Teschemacher}

Shipmates o' mine: song / Sanderson {10/045-7[3] - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Shipmates o' mine: song / Sanderson {17/488- 6 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Songs from golden hours: [4 songs] / Drummond {09/061 - words by Ed. Teschemacher}

  1. You will never grow old 2. The old clock 3. You've got your mother's eyes 4. Give me youth and a day

Songs of old London: [5 songs] / Oliver {09/131 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Spreading the news! / Oliver {song : 17/438-2 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Starry woods: song / Phillips {17/448- 7 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Summertime: song-cycle / Ronald {bass / contr. : 09/159-2 - words by Ed. Teschemacher}

  1. Daybreak 2. Morning 3. Evening 4. Night

Tommy, lad!: song / Margetson {10/045-7[7] - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Until: song / Sanderson {17/488-7 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

The voyagers: duet / Sanderson {18/139 - words by Ed. Teschemacher}

The watchman: song / Squire {17/527-10 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song / Löhr {17/352- 9 - words by Edward Teschemacher}

Youth: song / Allitsen {song : 17/008-5 - words (after the Swedish) by E. Teschemacher}

Thackwell, Walter Joseph (1876-1949) Irish

Oft we wandered: voc. duet for sop. & bar. / Marks {18/093 - words by Walter Thackwell}

Thanetta, Maria Unknown

When thou singest (Quand tu chantes) / Gounod {song : 17/226-9 - words by Maria Thanetta}

Thomas, Philip Edward (1878-1917) English

Out in the dark Op. 13 no. 1: song / Rubbra {17/483.3(1) - Edward Thomas}

Thompson, G. Douglas (19th c.) English

The diver: song / Loder {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/349.5 - words by G. Douglas Thompson}

Thompson, Jack (19th-20th c.) English

Come, sing to me: duet / Thompson {18/167 - words by Jack Thompson}

An emblem: song / Thompson {17/552.4 - words and music Jack Thompson}

Thompson, William Lamartine (1847-1909) American

Gathering shells / Thompson {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/272[1] - words by W L Thompson}

Gathering shells by the sea: [song and chorus (SA/TB)] / Thompson {16/050-1[18] - [words by Thompson?]}

Thomson, James (1700-1748) Scottish

Gifts: song / Dunhill {17/170-3 - words by James Thomson ("B.V.")}

O Peace, thou fairest child of Heaven {poem from Alfred} / Arne {song : 17/016-8 - words by James Thomson and David Mallet; arr. Guy Warrack}

A song of thanksgiving: song / Allitsen {song : 17/008-3 - words by James Thomson}

The star o' Robbie Burns: song / Booth {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/087.5 - words by James Thomson}

Thring, Godfrey (1823-1903) English

The radiant morn: sacred song w. organ obblig. (ad lib.) / James {17/297-2 - words by Godfrey Thring}

Tierney, Harry Austin (1890-1965) American

Alice blue gown {from Irene} / McCarthy {song : 17/363 - words by Harry Tierney}

Tiochet, Carlo (1863-1912) Italian

Ciribiribin / Pestalozza {song : 17/446.5 - orig. C Tiochet; Eng. words J Trevor}

Tolstoy, Alexis (A. K.) (1817-1875) Russian

The harvest of sorrow Op. 4 No. 5: mez./ bar. / Rachmaninoff {17/464-2 - words by Count Alexis Tolstoi, Eng. version M. C. H. Collet}

Sred' shumnogo bala [Amid the din of the ball] Op. 38 no. 3 / Tchaikovsky {song : 17/550-5 - [words by A. K. Tolstoy]}

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}

Tootell, George (1886-1969) English

Tangles (Lollipop Land): fantastic operetta / Tootell {07/055 - written & composed by George Tootell}

Toplady, Augustus Montague (1740-1778) English

Rock of ages: sacred song / Jude {16/050-4 [35] - words by Rev. A. M. Toplady}

Trad. Unknown

The Bens of Jura (An t-Iarla Diùrach) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316- 5 - Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

Border cradle song / Kemp {song : 17/313.5 - adapt. from old Scotch poem}

The cockle gatherer ('S truisaidh mi na Coilleagan) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-13 - Air from Marion MacLeod [with Gaelic] words from Kenneth MacLeod; arr. (with Eng. words) M. Kennedy-Fraser}

Come sing and dance / Howells {song : 17/289.5-2 - words from an old carol}

Deirdre's farewell to Scotland (Deirdre a' fagail na h-Albann) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316- 2 - Trad. arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

An Eriskay love lilt (Gradh geal mo chridh) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316- 3 - Marjory Kennedy-Fraser & Kenneth MacLeod}

The garden where the praties grow: old Irish melody / Liddle {song : 17/344-4}

Great day!: Negro spiritual (SSA accomp.) / Ehret {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/176.5 - ed. & arr. Walter Ehret}

The green willow / Slater {song : 17/520 - Trad.}

Greensleeves: English folk-song / Vaughan-Williams {17/555-7 - words Trad.}

Harris love lament (Ailean Doon) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316- 1 - Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

Hebridean mother's song (Gur milis Morag) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-14 - Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

I know my love {from Irish Country Songs} / Hughes {17/290-1 - Trad.; arr. Herbert Hughes}

I know where I'm going {from Irish Country Songs} / Hughes {17/290-2 - Trad.; arr. Herbert Hughes}

In Hebrid seas (Heman dubh ): ancient waulking song / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 4 - Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

In pride of May: song / La Forge {17/325 - Trad. (old English)}

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 10/088[ 4] - Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod}

The island herdmaid ('Sa choill ud thall) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-16 - Gaelic words from Frances Tolmey; Eng. words by Kenneth MacLeod}

An island sheiling song (Maighdeanan na h'Airidh) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-15 - Melody & words from Ann Macneil with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

The keys of Heaven {from English county songs}: [song] / Broadwood {16/050-5 [25] - words Trad.}

Land o' heart's desire {from Songs of the Hebrides} / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-10 - Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

The leprehaun {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 3} / Hughes {17/290-4 - coll. from an old ballad by P. W. Joyce; arr. Herbert Hughes}

The little milkmaid: folk song from Suffolk / Moeran {17/405-1}

Lullay {from Bethlehem}: Virgin's first lullaby / Boughton {17/092-7 - traditional}

Luonnotar {from Kalevala} Op. 70: tone poem for sop. & orch. / Sibelius {17/514-5}

A melancholy song: for med. v. & piano / Hopkins {17/288.5 - Trad.}

Molly Brannigan: old Irish melody / Stanford {song : 17/529- 6 - Trad.; mus. arr. C. Villiers Stanford}

My lodging is on the cold ground / Barkworth {song : 17/029-3 - Trad.}

O no, John: folk-song from Somerset / Sharp {17/506.7(2) - coll. & arr. Cecil J. Sharp}

Peat-fire smooring prayer (Smàl an tùrlach) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-11 - Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

The potato liftin' (Or a bhonnagan): a grandame's lilt / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316- 9 - Trad. (from Annie Johnson) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

Rannoch herding song (An druimionn dubh): Agyllshire air / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 6 - Trad. set to Lowland words by Tannahill}

Robin Adair: old ballad / Anon. {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-1[41]}

The Rose of Tralee: valse [song] / Kane {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/311 - Trad.; arr. Peter Kane}

The sailor and young Nancy: folk song from Norfolk / Moeran {17/405-2}

Searching for lambs: Old English folk tune / Goossens {song : 10/055[6]}

The seven virgins: a Passiontide carol for eq. v. SSC & bar. (or mez.) solo / Rowley {17/482.5 - Trad.}

She moved thro' the fair {from Irish Country Songs, vol. 1} / Hughes {17/290-3 - adapt. from an old ballad by Padraic Colum; arr. Herbert Hughes}

Shenandoah: shanty (windlass & capstan) / Terry {song : 17/550.7}

Skye fisher's song / Kennedy-Fraser {17/316- 8 - Trad. arr. with Eng. words Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

The songs my mother sang: a 'come-all-ye' / Grimshaw {song : 17/237.2 - words and tunes Trad.}

The Spanish lady's love / Barkworth {song : 17/029-4 - Trad.}

The stuttering lovers: old Irish air / Hughes {17/290-5 - words Trad. arr. Herbert Hughes}

Two English folk-songs: arr. for voice & violin / Vaughan-Williams {song : set 09/198-3}

  1. Searching for lambs 2. The lawyer

Two Ukrainian folk songs / Anderson {song : 17/010-2}

  1.Alone 2. In the garden flowers are growing

The wee cooper o' Fife: for mixed v. SCTB / Roberton {18/129-2 - Old Scots ballad}

The wild swan (Eala fo leòn) / Kennedy-Fraser {song : 17/316-12 - Trad. (from K. MacLeod) arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser}

Trevor, J Unknown

Ciribiribin / Pestalozza {song : 17/446.5 - orig. C Tiochet; Eng. words J Trevor}

Tristan l'Hermite (c1601-1655) French

Trois chansons de France / Debussy {09/057-1 - words by Charles Duc d'Orléans (1,3) and Tristan L'hermite (2)}

  1. Rondel 2. La Grotte 3. Rondel

Troutbeck, J (1832-1899) English

Christmas oratorio: for SATB soli, SATB [chor.] & orch. / Bach {08/005-1 - Eng. adapt. Rev. J. Troutbeck}

Magnificat in D: for SMATB soli, SSATB & orch. / Bach {02/005-2 - Eng. adapt. J. Troutbeck}

My spirit was in heaviness: sacred cantata [for STB soli & chor.] / Bach {01/003-7 - Eng. words John Troutbeck}

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts] / Gluck {06/019 - [ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck]}

Orpheus Act 2: opera in 3 acts / Gluck {06/019(2) - ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck}

Orpheus: [opera in 3 acts] / Gluck {06/019 - [ed .Berthold Tours; Eng. trans. J. Troutbeck]}

The Passion of Our Lord according to S. Matthew: [for SATB soli & chor.] / Bach {voc. sc. 08/005-7 - Eng. adapt. J. Troutbeck}

Psyche Op. 60: dram. poem for soli, chor. & orch. / Gade {01/040-2 - Eng. version Rev. J. Troutbeck}

St Matthew Passion: abridged [for SATB soli & chor.] / Bach {08/005-7.1 - Eng. adapt. J. Troutbeck}

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

A song of destiny (Schicksalslied) Op. 54 / Brahms {SATB choir : 01/021-1 - trans. Rev. J. Troutbeck}

Tunnard, Viola (1916-1974) English

Not in Front of the Waiter, or, Under the Aspidistra: incident / Offenbach {07/025-4 - story & mus. adapt. by Colin Graham; words by Viola Tunnard; arr. Vilém Tauský}

Turk, Roy (1892-1934) American

Where the blue of the night (Meets the gold of the day) / Ahlert {song : 17/005.8 - words by Roy Turk}

Tyler, J. Sheldon (20th c.) Unknown

From Galilee a mother came / O'Hara {song : 17/436 - words by J. Sheldon Tyler}

Tynan, Katharine (1861-1931) Irish

All in the April evening: part-song for SCTB / Roberton {18/129-1 - words by Katherine Tynan}

Sheep and lambs: song / Homer {17/288-2 - words by Katharine Tynan Hinkson}

187 works by 34 writers/librettists, with 1 cross-reference

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