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Tuesday 19th October 2021

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Wager, William (fl.1566) English

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

Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) German

Götterdämmerung / Wagner {libr. 03/178-5 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

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

Siegfried / Wagner {libr. 03/178-2 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Das Rheingold / Wagner {libr. 03/178-3 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Die Walküre / Wagner {libr. 03/178-4 - Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann}

Wakefield, Augusta Mary (1853-1910) English

No sir!: Spanish ballad / Wakefield {16/050-5 [17] - words and music by A. M. Wakefield}

Waley, Arthur (1889-1966) English

Folk songs from China (arr. Redman): [10 songs] / Var. Comp. {10/060-5 - Eng. words Irene Gass & Arthur Waley}

Wallace, Raymond (19th-20th c.) English

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): song / O'Hogan {17/437 - words by Raymond Wallace}

Old Father Thames (keeps rolling along): for male v. (TTBB) / O'Hogan {18/113 - words by Raymond Wallace; arr. Henry Geehl}

When lights are low in Cairo: Eastern song fox-trot / Myers {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/424-2 - words by Raymond Wallace}

Wallace, William (1860-1940) Scottish

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1 / Sibelius {song : 10/045-8.2[10] - by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace}

Black roses (Roses funèbres) Op. 36 No. 1 / Sibelius {song : 17/514-3 - by E. Josephson; Eng. version William Wallace}

Du bist ein Kind (Thou art a child) {from Zwölf Lieder Op. 28 no.12} / Weingartner {sop./ ten. : 10/045-8.2[8] - Ernst Ziel; Eng. version William Wallace}

Du bist ein Kind (Thou art a child) {from Zwölf Lieder Op. 28 no. 12} / Weingartner {17/569 - Ernst Ziel; Eng. version William Wallace}

Freebooter songs / Wallace {09/204 - words and music William Wallace}

  1. Minnie song 2. Ths rebel 3. Son of mine 4. Up in the saddle

Little Lasse (Berceuse) / Sibelius {song : 17/514-4 - by Z. Topelius; Eng. version William Wallace}

The tryst (Gretchen vient du rendez-vous) Op. 37 No. 5 / Sibelius {song : 17/514-7 - by J.L. Rüneberg; Eng. version William Wallace}

Waller, Edmund (1606-1687) English

Go, lovely rose [Op. 24 no. 3] / Quilter {song : 17/462- 8 - poem by Edmund Waller}

To Chloris singing / Barkworth {song : 17/029-6 - [words by] Edmund Waller}

Walton, Ellis (19th-20th c.) English

Carmeña: voc. waltz / Wilson {17/581-1 - words by Ellis Walton}

Wastell, Simon (1560-1635)  English

Like to the damask rose (Gleich wie der roten Rose pracht) {from Seven Lieder}: song / Elgar {17/178-2 - words by Simon Wastell}

Watson, (William) Michael (1840-1899) English

All in a garden fair: song / Watson {16/050-4 [32] - words and music by Michael Watson}

Stars of Earth!: song adapted (with violin or cello obbl.) to cavatina by Joachim Raff / Watson {10/045-4[10] - words by Michael Watson}

Watson, Rosamund Marriott (1860-1911) English

Blackbird's song Op. 52 No. 3 / Scott {song : 17/501-2 - words by Rosamund Marriott Watson}

The unforeseen Op. 74 No. 3 / Scott {song : 17/501-4 - words by Rosamund Marriott Watson}

Watson, William (Sir) (1858-1935) English

April Op. 14 No. 2 / Quilter {song : 09/147-3[2] - words by William Watson}

The lute player: song / Allitsen {17/008-2 - poetry by William Watson}

Weatherly, Frederick E. (1848-1929) English

The admiral's broom: song / Bevan {17/076-2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The admiral's yarn: song / Rubens {17/483-2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Alfio's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana}: [for low bar.] / Mascagni {17/387-1 - Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly}

Alfio's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana} / Mascagni {bar. : 21/227-2[2] - Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Angus Macdonald: song / Roeckel {17/479-2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Ave Maria {adapt. from Cavalleria Rusticana} / Mascagni {song : 17/387-2 - P. Mazzoni; Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly}

Babylon: sacred song / Adams {16/050-3 [23] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

The barber of Turin: song / Russell {17/484-6 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The bugler / Pinsuti {bar. : 17/450-2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The butterfly gay: song / Adams {17/004- 1 - words by F. E. Weatherly}

By the fountain: song / Adams {16/050-5 [26] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

By the fountain: song / Adams {17/004- 9 - words by F. E. Weatherly}

By the light of the moon / Loughborough {song : 17/356-1 - words by Fred Weatherly}

Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic chivalry): melodrama / Mascagni {06/025 - Eng. trans. Frederic Weatherly}

The children's home: song / Cowen {10/045-4[14] - poetry by F. E. Weatherley}

The children's home: song / Cowen {16/050-4 [37] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

The children's home: song / Cowen {17/140-6 - poetry by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Danny boy: song written to an old Irish air / Trad. {17/553.2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Darby and Joan: song / Molloy {10/045-4[ 6] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

Dearest, I bring you daffodils: song / Forster {17/200-1 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

A dinder courtship / Coates {song : 17/127- 9 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The drum-major: song / Newton {10/045-7[8] - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The drum-major: song / Newton {17/426 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Easter flowers: song / Sanderson {17/488- 9 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The extra special constables: song / Newton {10/045-7[16] - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The fairy pipers: song / Brewer {17/100-1 - words by Fred. E. Weatherley}

Fiddle and I: song w. violin accomp. ad lib. / Goodeve {set 17/222.5 - words by Frederick E. Weatherly}

The flag of liberty: song / Arundale {17/016.5 - lyric by Fred E. Weatherly}

The flight of ages: song / Bevan {16/050-4 [39] - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

The flight of ages: song / Bevan {17/076-1 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Friend o' mine: song / Sanderson {17/488- 4 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The glory of the sea: song / Sanderson {17/488-18 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The gray mare (Three young men of Ware) {from Proverbs in Song}: song / Roeckel {17/479-1 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The green hills o' Somerset: song / Coates {17/127- 3 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

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

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

The holy city: [song] / Adams {16/050-4 [41] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

The Holy City: song / Adams {17/004- 2 - words by F. E. Weatherly}

Idle words: song / Adams {17/004- 8 - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

If I might come to you: song / Squire {17/527-1 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Jack Briton: song / Squire {17/527-3 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The last watch: song / Pinsuti {10/045-9[15] - words by Fred Weatherly}

The linnet: song / Clarke {17/122-3 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The little damozel: song / Novello {17/432-5 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The little tin soldier: [song] / Molloy {16/050-5 [ 7] - [words] by F. E. Weatherly (after Hans Andersen)}

Lola's song {from Cavalleria Rusticana} / Mascagni {mez. : 21/227-2[3] - Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Long ago in Alcala {from Mirette}: song / Messager {17/396-2 - words by F.E. Weatherley & Adrian Ross}

A May morning: song / Denza {17/161.2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The midshipmite: song / Adams {17/004-13 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Mifanwy: song / Forster {17/200-2 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Moon-daisies: song / Coates {17/127-13 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Moonlight: part-song for SATB / Faning {18/055-1 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Mountain lovers: song / Squire {17/527-5 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Mountain lovers: duet (mez. & bar.) / Squire {18/155(1) - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

My dreams: song / Tosti {17/553-2 - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

Nancy Lee: song / Adams {17/004- 3 - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

Nirvana: song / Adams {17/004- 4 - words by F. E. Weatherly}

The old brigade: song / Barri {17/038 - written by F. E. Weatherly}

Parted: song / Tosti {17/553-3 - Eng. by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Prologue {from Pagliacci) / Leoncavallo {song : 17/340-1 - words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. adapt. Frederic E. Weatherly}

Romanza e Scena {from Cavalleria Rusticana}: [Santuzza's aria] / Mascagni {song : 17/387-3 - Eng. words by Fred E. Weatherly}

Roses: song / Adams {16/050-5 [38] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

Roses of Picardy: song / Wood {17/590-15 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Santuzza's Romanza e scena {from Cavalleria Rusticana} / Mascagni {sop. : 21/227-2[4] - Eng. words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

A sergeant of the line: song / Squire {17/527-9 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The song of the waggoner / Breville-Smith {song : 10/045-7[17] - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Star of Bethlehem: song / Adams {16/050-4 [ 2] - words by F. E. Weatherly}

The Star of Bethlehem: song / Adams {17/004- 5 - words by F. E. Weatherly}

Star of God: song / Coates {17/127- 4 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

The stars of Normandie: song / Adams {16/050-3 [ 7] - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

The stars of Normandie: song / Adams {17/004-12 - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

Stone-cracker John: song / Coates {10/045-7[2] - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Stone-cracker John: song / Coates {17/127-10 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Tell her I love her so: [song] / De Faye {song : 16/040 [3/1] - words by F E. Weatherly}

Thora: song / Adams {17/004- 6 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

'Tis the day (Mattinata) / Leoncavallo {song : 17/340-2.2 - words and music R. Leoncavallo; Eng. trans. Frederic E. Weatherly}

The valley by the sea: song / Adams {16/050-5 [36] - words by Frederic E. Weatherly}

The veteran's song (Long live the King) / Adams {song : 17/004- 7 - words by F. E. Weatherly}

When you come home: song / Squire {10/045-8.1[5] - words by Fred Weatherly}

When you come home: song / Squire {10/045-8.2[16] - words by Fred Weatherly}

When you come home: song / Squire {17/527-6 - words by Fred. E. Weatherly}

Webster, Paul Francis (1907-1984) American

I'll walk with God / Brodzky {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/104 - words by Paul Francis Webster}

Love is a many-splendored thing / Fain {song : 17/185-1 - words by Paul Francis Webster}

The loveliest night of the year / Aaronson {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/001 - words by Paul Francis Webster}

Masquerade: waltz song / Loeb {17/350 - lyric by Paul Francis Webster}

Secret love / Fain {song : 17/185-2 - words by Paul Francis Webster}

Weckerlin, Jean-Baptiste (1821-1910) French

Pastourelles: romances et chansons du XVe sèce / Var. Comp. {10/023.5 - trans. J B Weckerlin}

Weeden, Howard (1847-1905) American

A banjo song Op. 22 No. 4 / Homer {17/288-1 - words by Howard Weeden}

Wensley, Shapcott (1854-1917) English

The banner of St George Op. 33: ballad for chor. & orch. / Elgar {01/037-1 - words by Shapcott Wensley}

The banner of St George: ballad by Shapcott Wensley / Elgar {SATB choir : sol-fa only 44/021-1}

The hours: cantata or operetta for female v. / Roeckel {01/064.5 - words by Shapcott Wensley}

Wesley, Charles (1707-1788) English

Blaenwern (Love divine, all loves excelling): arr. for SATB / Rowlands {p. voc. + sol-fa 02/104 - words by Charles Wesley; arr. Oliver Janes}

West, Anne Pamela (19th-20th c.) English

The meaning of a rose: song / Besley {17/075- 3 - words by Anne Pamela West}

West, John E. (1863-1929) Scottish

Requiem Op. 45: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Brahms {02/022 - ed. John E. West; Eng. version Ivor Atkins}

Requiem Op. 45 (pocket ed.): for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Brahms {02/022.3 - ed. John E. West; Eng. adapt. W. G. Rothery}

Weston, Robert Patrick (1878-1936) English

You're well dressed if you're wearing a smile / Weston {song : 17/570.3 - words & music by R. P. Weston & Bert Lee}

Wever, Robert (fl.c1550) English

In an arbour green: song / Warlock {17/563-2 - poem by Robert Wever}

Whishaw, Frederick James (1854-1934) English

The red sarafan: song / Varlamov {17/570.8 - adapt. w. Eng. words Fred. Whishaw}

Tchaikowsky's songs: [44 songs] / Tchaikovsky {09/193 - Eng. words by Fred. J. Whishaw}

To the forest / Tchaikovsky {song : 17/550-3 - words by Fred J. Whishaw}

Whistler, Robert (19th-20th c.) English

Dichterliebe Op. 48: song cycle [16 songs] / Schumann {09/173-1 - Ger. texts Heinrich Heine; Eng. Robert Whistler}

Fifteen selected songs vol. 1 / Brahms {09/025-1(1) - Eng. trans. Robert Whistler}

Fifteen selected songs vol. 1 / Brahms {10/055[1] - Eng. trans. Robert Whistler}

Fifteen selected songs Bk 2 / Brahms {09/025-1(2) - Eng. trans. Robert Whistler}

Fifteen selected songs vol. 2 / Brahms {10/055[2] - Eng. trans. Robert Whistler}

White, Maude Valérie (1855-1937) English

An den Geliebten (To the beloved) / White {song : 17/571(3) - Eng. trans. Maude Valérie White}

Whiting, George A (1884-1943) American

My blue heaven / Donaldson {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/166-2 - words by George Whiting}

Whitman, Walt (1819-1892) American

Elegiac ode from President Lincoln's burial hymn / Stanford {01/070-1 - words by Walt Whitman}

Ethiopia saluting the colours: song / Wood {17/589.5-2 - words by Walt Whitman}

Im Meeresstreiben (Sea drift): [for bar. & mixed chor.] / Delius {01/032 - words by Walt Whitman}

The mystic trumpeter: for bar. solo, chor. & orch. / Harty {01/048 - poem by Walt Whitman}

Ode to Death Op. 38: cantata / Holst {choir : 01/051-4 - poem by Walt Whitman}

A sea symphony: for sop. & bar. soli, chor. & orch. / Vaughan-Williams {01/076-7 - words by Walt Whitman}

Toward the unknown region: song / Vaughan-Williams {SATB choir : 01/076-9 - words by Walt Whitman}

Whyte-Melville, George John (1821-1878) Scottish

Good-bye!: song / Tosti {16/050-3 [25] - words by G.J. Whyte-Melville}

Good-bye!: song / Tosti {17/552.9 - words by G.J. Whyte-Melville}

Goodbye: song (with violin ad lib.) / Tosti {17/553-1 - words by G. J. Whyte-Melville}

Wilce, J. (19th c.) English

Over the hawthorn hedge: duet (copy-a cover: for 2 sop.) / Glover {18/063-2 - words by J. Wilce}

Wilcox, Ella Wheeler (1850-1919) American

My ships: song / Barratt {17/033 - words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox}

Smiles: song / Heron-Maxwell {17/284 - words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox}

Wild, Ernest E. (1869-1934) English

The pathway of the moon: song / Woodforde-Finden {17/592-3 - words by Ernest E. Wild}

Wilhelmi, Frida (19th-20th c.) German

Sing me to sleep (Sing mir dein Lied): song / Greene {16/050-5 [30] - words by Clifton Bingham; Ger. Frida Wilhelmi}

Wilkins, Adela (19th-20th c.) English

Too late: rondeau / Leoni {song : 10/045-5[13] - words by Adela Wilkins}

Williams, Alfred Owen (1877-1930) English

Cuckoo song Op. 15 no. 1 / Quilter {song : 17/462- 1 - words by Alfred Williams}

Williams, Gus (1848-1915) American

See that my grave's kept green: [song and chorus (SATB)] / Williams {16/050-1[19] - [words by Williams?]}

Williams, Harry Hiram (1879-1922) American

Bright eyes, good-bye!: [song] / Van Alstyne {p. voc. + sol-fa 16/050-5 [29] - written by Harry H. Williams & Fred. W. Leigh}

Williams, Henry James ('Harry') (1873-1924) English

It's a Long Way to Tipperary / Judge {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/307 - written and composed by Jack Judge and Harry Williams}

Wills, William Gorman (1828-1891) Irish

I'll sing thee a song of Araby {from Lalla Rookh}: from the cantata "Lalla Rookh" / Clay {song : 17/124-2 - written by W. G. Wills}

Willson, Robert Meredith (1902-1984) American

The Music Man: musical comedy / Willson {07/057.7 - lyrics by Meredith Willson}

The Music Man: [musical] / Willson {libr. 03/190 - music & lyrics by [Robert] Meredith Willson}

Wilson, H. Lane (1870-1915) English

Come, all ye lads and lasses {from Flora's Holiday}: quartet / Wilson {18/179-3(1) - Old English melody, arr. & words by H. Lane Wilson}

The country dance {from Flora's Holiday}: quartet / Wilson {18/179-3(3) - Old English melody, arr. & words by H. Lane Wilson}

Wilson, John ('Christopher North') (1785-1854) Scottish

Turn ye to me {from Songs of the North}: old Highland melody / Lawson {17/331- 6 - words by John Wilson ('Christopher North');arr. Malcolm Lawson}

Wilson, Margaret Adam (Mrs) (1840-1919) Scottish

My ain wee house: Scotch song / Munro {17/421 - words by Mrs Wilson}

Wilson, Robert (1907-1964) Scottish

Haste you back (I/we love you dearly) / Sturdy {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/541 - words by Robert Wilson}

Wilson, Alexander Galbraith ('Sandy') (1924-2014) English

The Boy Friend: a new musical comedy of the 1920s / Wilson {libr. 03/192 - book, lyrics and music by Sandy Wilson}

The Boy Friend: a new musical comedy of the 1920s / Wilson {07/057.8 - book, lyrics and music by Sandy Wilson}

The Boy Friend (piano selection) / Wilson {song : 17/580 - words and music Sandy Wilson; arr. Chris Langdon}

Wilson, Sir James Steuart (1889-1966) English

Margaret (Gretchen am Spinnrade) {from Goethes Faust} / Schubert {song : 17/496- 3 - Eng. version A. H. Fox Strangeways and Steuart Wilsonl}

Wilson, Theodora (1865-1941) English

Ein alter Traum (An old dream) / White {song : 17/571(2) - Eng. words Theodora Wilson}

Glück auf (God speed) / White {song : 17/571(5) - Eng. words Theodora Wilson}

Wanderlied (A Wanderer's song) / White {song : 17/571(4) - Eng. words Theodora Wilson}

Wimperis, Arthur (1874-1953) English

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play / Monckton {07/023-1 - lyrics by Arthur Wimperis}

The Arcadians: fantastic musical play / Monckton {libr. 03/089 - lyrics by Arthur Wimperis}

Arcady is ever young {from The Arcadians}: song / Monckton {17/408-3 - words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis}

The pipes of Pan are calling: song / Monckton {10/045-8.1[6] - words by Arthur Wimperis}

The pipes of Pan are calling {from The Arcadians}: song / Monckton {17/408 - words by Arthur Wimperis}

Winkler, Franz (1906-1962) Austrian

Forever and ever / Winkler {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/584 - from Winkler's 'Fliege mit mir in die Heimat'; Eng. lyrics by Malia Rosa}

Winner, Joseph Eastburn (1837-1918) American

see Eastburn, R. A.

Winner, Septimus (1827-1902) American

see Hawthorne, Alice (pseud.)

Winther, Christian Ferdinand (1796-1876)​ Danish

Last night: song / Kjerulf {10/045-5[ 9] - Ger. words by Christian Winther; Eng. by T. Marzials}

Wither, George (1588-1667) English

Three Nativity carols: for 4-part chor. of mixed vv. unaccomp. / Center {chor. sc. 02/031}

  1. There is no Rose (Anon.) 2. A Hymn to the Virgin (Anon.) 3. Wither's Rocking Hymn

Witty, Frank (20th c.) Unknown

Little Mary Fawcett: song / Witty {17/586 - words by Frank Witty}

Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville (1881-1975) English

Bill {from Show Boat} / Kern {song : 17/318-1 - words by P. G. Wodehouse & Oscar Hammerstein II}

Wolfe, Humbert (1885-1940) Anglo-Italian

Now in these fairylands: song / Holst {17/287-3 - words by Humbert Wolfe}

Wolsey, Newman (19th-20th c.) Unknown

Into thy hands: sacred song / Wolsey {16/050-4 [36] - written & composed by Newman Wolsey}

Wood, James (20th c.) English

A Christmas carol: musical play / Shapcott {07/031.5 - book by Christopher Bedloe, lyrics by James Wood}

Wood, James S. (Rev.) (b. 1908) Scottish

Bennachie: for SATB chor. & piano / Hearne {01/049.2 - poem by James S. Wood}

Wordsworth, William (1770-1850) English

She dwelt among the untrodden ways: song / Kellie {17/313 - words by William Wordsworth}

Worsley, Dorothy (20th c.) English

Your hand in mine: song / Merlin {17/395 - words by Dorothy Worsley}

Wotton, (Sir) Henry (1568-1639) English

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

Wright, Hugh E. (1879-1940) English

Leanin': song / Bennett {17/064-1 - words by Hugh E. Wright}

Wright, Lawrence (1888-1964) English

Are We Downhearted? No! / Wright {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/594.5 - words and music by Worton David and Lawrence Wright}

Wright, Robert "Bob" (1914-2005) American

The Great Waltz: [based on music by Johann Strauss I & II adapted by E.W. Korngold] / Strauss I {libr. 03/195-2 - music & lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest}

I love you / Grieg {song : 17/234-1 - words by Robert Wright & George Forrest}

Kismet: musical Arabian night [from themes by Alexander Borodin] / Wright {libr. 03/195-1 - music & lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest}

Kismet: musical Arabian night / Wright {07/058-1 - adapted from the music of Alexander Borodin; lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest}

Song of Norway: operetta / Wright {07/058 - based on life & music of Edvard Grieg; lyrics by Robert Wright & George Forrest}

Sweethearts: song / Herbert {p. voc. + sol-fa 17/283.2-3 - words by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest}

Wrubel, Allie (1905-1973) American

Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet / Wrubel {song : p. voc. + sol-fa 17/595 - lyrics by Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert}

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

Going to market: song / Diehl {10/045-4[23] - words by Harold Wynn}

197 works by 66 writers/librettists, with 2 cross-references

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