English Lyrics (Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings)

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Publisher. Info. London: Novello, 1895-1920.
Plates 9981, 10286, 11340, 11618, 12367-68, 13005, 14462, 14480
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Work Title English Lyrics
Alternative. Title
Composer Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 74 songs in 12 sets
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1874–1918
First Publication. 1885–1920
Librettist Various
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice + Piano

Misc. Comments

First Set 1. My true love hath my heart (Sidney) 2. Good night (Shelley) 3. Where shall the lover rest (Walter Scott) 4. Willow song (Shakespeare)

1. O mistress mine (Shakespeare) 2. Take, O take those lips away “ 3. No longer mourn for me 4. Blow, blow thou winter wind 5. When iclcles hang

1. To Lucasta on Going to the Wars (Lovelace) 2. If thou wouldst ease thine heart (Beddoes) 3. To Althea from Prison (Lovelace) 4. Why so pale and wan (Suckling) 5. Through the Ivory Gate (Sturgis) 6. Of all the tourments (Walsh)

1. Thine eyes still shined for me (Emerson) 2. When lovers meet again (Mitchell) 3. When we two parted (Byron) 4. Weep you no more (anon.) 5. There be none of Beauty’s daughters (Byron) 6. Bright star (Keats)

1. A stray nymph of Dian (Sturgis) 2. Proud Maisie (Scott) 3. Crabbed age and youth (Shakespeare) 4. Lay a garland on my hearse (Beaumont & Fletcher) 5. Love and laughter (Butler) 6. A Girl to her Glass (Sturgis) 7. A Welsh Lullaby (Jones)

1. When comes my Gwen (Jones) 2. And yet I love her til I die (anon.) 3. Love is a bable (anon.) 4. A Lover’s Garland (Graves) 5. At the hour the long day ends (Graves) 6. Under the greenwood tree (Shakepeare)

1. On a time the amorous Silvy (anon.) 2. Follow a shadow (Ben Johnson) 3. Ye little birds that sit and sing (Heywood) 4. O never say that I was false of heart (Shakespeare) 5. Julia (Herrick) 6. Sleep (Sturgis)

1. Whence (Sturgis) 2. Nightfall in Winter (Mitchell 3. Marian (Meredith) 4. Dirge in Woods (Meredith) 5. Looking Backward (Sturgis) 6. Grapes (Sturgis)

Ninth Set 7 songs by Mary Coleridge 9.1 Three Aspects

Tenth Set 1. My heart is like a singing bird (Rossetti) 2. Gone but were the winter cold (Cunningham) 3. A Moment of Farewell (Sturgis) 4. The Child and the Twilight (Mitchell) 5. From a City Window (Mitchell) 6. One silent night of late (Herrick)



Twelfth Set

1. When the dew is falling (Chatterton) 2. To Blossoms (Herrick) 3. Rosaline (Lodge) 4. When the sun’s great orb (Warner) 5. Dream Pedlary (Beddoes) 6. O world, O life, O time (Shelley) 7. The sound of hidden music (Chatterton)