100 Songs of England (Bantock, Granville)

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Publisher. Info. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1914.
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Work Title 100 Songs of England
Alternative. Title One Hundred Songs of England
Composer Bantock, Granville
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 100 songs
  1. Sumer is icumen in
  2. Ah! The sighs that come fro' my heart
  3. The Three Ravens
  4. The King's hunt
  5. The Hawthorn tree
  6. Westron wynde
  7. The woods so wild
  8. Chevy Chace
  9. Of all the birds, from Deuteromelia (Ravenscroft, Thomas)
  10. We be three poor mariners
  11. By a bank as I lay
  12. The Carman's whistle
  13. The British grenadiers
  14. Come, live with me and be my love
  15. Greensleeves
  16. Once I loved a maiden fair
  17. You gentlemen of England
  18. Early one morning
  19. Love me little, love me long
  20. Pretty Polly Oliver
  21. Begone, dull care!
  22. There was a jolly miller
  23. The Barley-mow
  24. Barbara Allen
  25. The Leather bottel
  26. John Peel
  27. The Oak and the ash
  28. Love will find out the way
  29. With jockey to the fair
  30. Down among the dead men
  31. The Bailiff's daughter of Islington
  32. King Arthur
  33. The Cheshire man
  34. The Derby ram
  35. The Lincolnshire poacher
  36. Ward the pirate
  37. The Barkshire tragedy
  38. The Vly is on the turmut
  39. The Plough-boy
  40. Lord Rendal
  41. Widdicombe fair
  42. Byrd: O mistress mine
  43. Byrd: I thought that Love had been a boy
  44. Weelkes: Cease, sorrows, now
  45. Morley: It was a lover and his lass
  46. Morley: Now is the month of maying
  47. Johnson: As I walked forth
  48. Johnson: Dear, do not your fair beauty wrong
  49. Dowland: Awake, sweet love
  50. Dowland: Now, O now, I needs must part
  51. Dowland: Come again
  52. Campion: Shall I come, sweete Love, to thee
  53. Campion: Never weather-beaten sail
  54. Campion: There is a garden in her face
  55. Wilbye: Flora gave me fairest flowers
  56. Bennet: Weep, O mine eyes
  57. Rosseter: If she forsake me
  58. Ford: Since first I saw your face
  59. Lawes: Gather your rosebuds
  60. Gibbons: The Silver swan
  61. Lawes: Bid me to live
  62. Savile: Here's a health unto His Majesty
  63. Locke: My lodging it is on the cold ground
  64. Humfrey: I pass all my hours (The Phoenix)
  65. Humfrey: O the sad day!
  66. Blow: Tell me no more
  67. Blow: It is not that I love you less (The Self-banished)
  68. Purcell: I attempt from love's sickness to fly
  69. Purcell: Nymphs and Shepherds
  70. Purcell: I'll sail upon the dog-star
  71. Purcell: Dido's song
  72. Purcell: Mad Bess
  73. Purcell: What shall I do?
  74. Leveridge: The Roast beef of old England
  75. Leveridge: Black-eyed Susan
  76. Arne: Under the greenwood tree
  77. Arne: Blow, blow, thou winter wind
  78. Arne: When daisies pied
  79. Arne: Tell me where is fancy bred
  80. Arne: Where the bee sucks
  81. Linley: Here's to the maiden
  82. Jackson: What shepherd or nymph of the grove?
  83. Jackson: To fairest Delia's grassy tomb
  84. Dibdin: Blow high, blow low
  85. Dibdin: Yo, heave ho!
  86. Dibdin: Then farewell, my trim-built wherry
  87. Dibdin: Tom Bowling
  88. Dibdin: The jolly young waterman
  89. Hook: The Lass of Richmond Hill
  90. R.J.S. Stevens: Sigh no more, ladies
  91. Davy: The Bay of Biscay
  92. Dibdin: The Death of Nelson
  93. Colonel R. Mellish: Drink to me only
  94. Horn: Cherry ripe
  95. Horn: I've been roaming
  96. Bishop: Bid me discourse
  97. Bishop: Should he upbraid
  98. Bishop: Love has eyes
  99. Bishop: The Dashing white sergeant
  100. J.A. Wade: Meet me by moonlight
First Publication. 1914
Librettist see below
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano (some are arrangements)

Misc. Comments

Some of these are arrangements, presumably by Bantock, as the originals of the earlier works would have been with harpsichord, or other early keyboard, accompaniment, and some may have been from theatrical works, with orchestral accompaniment.