List of works by David Stanley Smith

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Works with Opus Number

  • Op.1 - Concert Overture in E major (1898). Incomplete holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.2 - String Quartet in C minor (1899). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.3 - 4 Songs. Published separately (Cincinnati: The John Church Company, 1902). Consisting of the following:
  1. Bird of my lady's bower (Paul Laurence Dunbar).
  2. The rising of the storm (Paul Laurence Dunbar).
  3. The rose is weeping for her love (Philip James Bailey).
  4. Still, still within Thee (Harriet Beecher Stowe).
  • Op.4 - ?
  • Op.5 - Darkness and dawn, symphonic poem for full orchestra (1901). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.6 - ?
  • Op.7 - ?
  • Op.8 - ?
  • Op.9 - Symphony No.1 in C minor (1902). The middle two movements became the separate work L'allegro and il penseroso. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.9 - L'allegro and il penseroso, for orchestra. Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.10 - Prelude, choral and fugue for organ and orchestra (1903). Thesis for Mus. B. Performed at Yale Commencement 1903. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.11 - Ouverture joyeuse, for orchestra (1903). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Performed New Haven, 1904.
  • Op.12 - Ouverture sérieuse, for orchestra. Holograph sketch at Yale.
  • Op.13 - Elegy, for orchestra (1906). Revised in 1907 and renamed Alastor. Holograph scores for both at Yale.
  • Op.14 - God Our Life, A Short Cantata for General Use: For Soli and Chorus with Organ Accompaniment (New York: G. Schirmer, 1906).
  • Op.15 - 4 Songs. Published separately (New York: G. Schirmer, 1906). Consisting of the following:
  1. A cradle song (William Blake).
  2. Gold and purple (George Arnold).
  3. Laziness (George Arnold).
  4. The rose (Phoebe Cary).
  • Op.16 - Piano Trio in G major (1905). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Premiered by the Adamowski Trio ca.1914.
  • Op.17 - Allegro giocoso, for orchestra (1906). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.18 - 6 Songs for medium voice with piano. Published separately (New York: G. Schirmer, 1907). Consisting of the following:
  1. If only thou art true (George Barlow).
  2. Love's music (Philip Bourke Mason).
  3. The parting hour (Olive Custanse).
  4. Romany love-song (Alice E. Gillington).
  5. A song of the four seasons (Austin Dobron).
  6. When stars are in the quiet skies (Lord Bulwer Lytton).
  • Op.19 - String Quartet No.2 in E minor (1906). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Premiered 1912 by the Kneisel Quartet, published 1913.
  • Op.20 -  ?
  • Op.21 - The Logos ("the word is flesh become"): A Christmas cantata for soprano, tenor, and baritone soli, chorus and organ (New York: H.W. Gray Company, 1908).
  • Op.22 - 3 Songs for high voice and piano. Consisting of the following:
  1. Awake, my love.
  2. Elegy (Robert Bridges). Holograph score at Yale.
  3. So sweet love seemed.
  • Op.23 - 3(?) Anthems for unaccompanied Chorus or Quartet (published by Gray, 1909).
  1. Let my Cry come near before Thee, O Lord.
  2. Great Peace have they.
  3. The Lord reigneth.
  • Op.24 - Symphonic ballad, for orchestra. Holograph score at Yale. (performed in January 1908.)
  • Op.25 - Suite, for piano after Milton's L'Allegro and Il Penseroso (1908). Holograph score at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Russet lawns and fallows gray.
  2. The far-off curfew.
  3. Corydon and Thyrsis.
  4. The Cherub Contemplation.
  5. On a sunshine holiday.
  • Op.26 - The fallen star, for mixed chorus and orchestra. Vocal score published (New York: G. Schirmer, 1910). Paderewski Prize composition, 1909.
  • Op.27 - ?
  • Op.28 - Symphony No.1 in F minor (1910). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. (Premiered? 1912, Chicago Orchestra.)
  • Op.29 - 3(?) Songs (1907-08). Consisting of the following:
  1. Evening song (Sidney Lanier). Holograph score at Yale.
  2. Music, when soft voices die.
  3. The flower of beauty (George Darley). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.30 - The Djinns, for baritone, chorus and orchestra.
  • Op.31 - Prince Hal Overture (after Shakespeare's Henry IV) (composed 1912?, New York: G. Schirmer, 1915). Holograph score and manuscript/engraved parts at Yale. (Performed 1912, New Haven.) Dedicated to William Lyon Phelps. Information about a copy of score and parts, housed at Fleisher Collection, gives some further information (instrumentation, dedication, etc.)
  • Op.32 - Pan. For Three-Part Chorus of women's voices and Soprano Solo, with Oboe - or Flute - obbligato and Piano accompaniment, poem by E. B. Browning. (Schirmer, ca.1911)
  • Op.33 - Songs in an old style, for high voice and piano (1917). Holograph scores at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Cupid at cards.
  2. Tears.
  3. The message.
  4. So sweet is she (Ben Johnson).
  • Op.34 - Part-songs, for mixed voices (SATB). Published separately (New York: G. Schirmer, 1917). Consisting of the following:
  1. Matin song (Thomas Heywood).
  2. Daybreak (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow).
  3. Morning (Joanna Baillie).
  • Op.35 - Madrigals (Nos.6-7). Two madrigals for three-part chorus of women's voices (New York: G. Schirmer, 1930). Consisting of the following:
6. Why so pale and wan? (J. Suckling).
7. The bracelet (R. Herrick).
  • Op.36 - Merrymount (Lee Wilson Dodd), opera in 2 acts (1911/1914?). Holograph full score and vocal score and typescript of libretto at Yale.
  • Op.37 - String Quartet in A major. Holograph score at Yale. Revised as Op.37b. Premiered 1915 by the Kneisel Quartet, performed again 1918 by the Flonzaley Quartet.
  • Op.38 - Rhapsody of St. Bernard, for vocal soli, mixed chorus, and orchestra. Vocal score published (New York: G. Schirmer, 1918).
  • Op.39 - Songs.
  • Op.40 - The Golden Age: tone poems on Greek subjects for orchestra (1916). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Olympus.
  2. An Athenian festival.
  3. Choric dance.
  4. Idyl - the death of Daphnis (after Theocritus).
  5. At a performance of tragedy.
  • Op.40b - Impressions, four pieces for orchestra (1916). Holograph parts at Yale. (Played by the Chicago Symphony in their 29th season, 1919–1920.) Consisting of the following:
  1. Masque.
  2. Shepherd's idyll.
  3. Greek dance.
  4. Carnival.
  1. Blue, White and Gold
  2. Lullaby
  3. Hoppy-Toad
  4. The Fairies' Dance
  5. Jack-in-the-Pulpit
  6. Morning
  7. Chick-a-dee-dee
  8. Sailing Boats
  9. Evening Prayer
  10. A Madonna Slumber-Song
  11. My Little Birch-tree
  12. Oatmeal
  13. The Baker-Shop
  14. Last Night
  15. Caterpillar
  16. The Papoose
  17. Crickets
  18. Houses
  19. The Aeroplane
  20. Jack-o'-Lantern
  21. The Fairies' Christmas-tree
  22. The Clock
  23. The Pine-Wood
  24. Katy-Did (Duet for a Child and a Grown-Up)
  • Op.41bis - Tragic Prelude, for violin and piano (1917). Holograph score and part at Yale.
  • Op.42 - Symphony No.2 in D major (1917). Holograph score and manuscript/engraved parts at Yale. (May have been first performed, according to Grove 1920, at Norfolk, 1917 June 3. Perhaps revised thereafter.) (See Program Notes to the First Performance in Chicago (page 188. February 8 1919, Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer.) (Allegro con brio - Poco adagio - Allegro molto, giocoso. Has several music examples and good description.)
  • Op.43 - Oboe Sonata (New York: Society for the Publication of American Music/Schirmer (7th season, 1925-26), 1926?). Possibly published as Sonata pastorale. Given Op.44 in Grove 1920 (which gives Op.43 to the Piano Fantasy.) Possibly published earlier in 1918 (this however seems to have been the date of composition, so perhaps it was circulated in manuscript and only published in 1925 or 1926.)
  • Op.43b - Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra
  • Op.44 - Piano Trio in C major (1919). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.45 - 3 Songs, for high voice and piano (1919). Holograph score at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Serenade (Aubrey de Vere).
  2. April (William Watson).
  3. Ruth (Thomas Hood).
  • Op.46 - String Quartet in C minor (New York: Society for the Publication of American Music, 1921). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.47 - A Poem of Youth, for orchestra (1920). Holograph score and parts at Yale. (Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1921 November 11.)
  • Op.48 - Fête galante, [fantasy] for flute and orchestra (1921, rev. 1930). Holograph scores and parts for both versions at Yale. Fleisher Collection has 1930 version of score and parts. From their catalog entry: "First performance [of 1930 version] New Haven, 22 February 1931, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the composer conducting, Georges Barrère soloist."
  • Op.49 - Symphony in miniature. Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale.
  • Op.50 - Melodies, for orchestra (1921/4?). A fifth number Molto moderato - funebre inserted between nos. 2 and 3 was crossed out by the composer. Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Serioso.
  2. Delicato.
  3. Con grazia.
  4. Recitativo e aria.
  • Op.50bis - Caprice for Bassoon and Piano (1924). Holograph score and part at Yale.
  • Op.51 - Violin Sonata in A major (1924). Published (New York: Society for the Publication of American Music, 1924). Holograph score and manuscript(?) part at Yale.
  • Op.52 - Flowers, for orchestra (1924). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. The Garden.
  2. Fading Lilies.
  3. Haidenröslein
  4. Daffodils-plucked!
  • Op.53 - 3 Songs, for low voice(?). (Cincinnati: The John Church Company, 1927). Consisting of the following:
  1. Roof-tops (C.H. Towne).
  2. There will be stars (Sara Teasdale).
  3. Beyond Rathkelly.
  • Op.54 - Cathedral Prelude, for organ and orchestra (1925). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.55 - Epic Poem, for orchestra (1925, rev. 1935). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.56 - Piano Quintet in E major (Oxford University Press, 1928?). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.57 - String Quartet in E major (Oxford University Press, 1927). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.58 - Vision of Isaiah, symphonic poem for soprano, tenor, chorus, and orchestra (1927).
  • Op.59 - Cello Sonata (New York: G. Schirmer, 1928. According to Free Library of Philadelphia copy, Schirmer plate is 34548).
  • Op.60 - Symphony No.3 in C minor (1928, August to September). (On manuscript at Free Library of Philadelphia: "Yelping Hill August 15 to Sept 8, 1928.") (1. Andante maestoso ; Allegro molto -- 2. Allegro molto -- 3. Andante con moto -- 4. Allegro moderato. First performed in Cleveland, 8 January, 1931 with the composer conducting, according to the Free Library Fleisher Collection.)
  • Op.61 - Piano Sonata in A major (1929, rev. 1949). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.62 - String Quartet in D major (1931). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.63 - String Sextet in D minor (1931). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.64 - Lyric poems, for violin and piano (1931). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Adagio.
  2. Adagio - Allegretto capricioso.
  3. Allegro.
  • Op.65 - 2 compositions for string orchestra. Holograph scores and holograph/manuscript parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Sinfonietta (1931).
  2. Sonatina (1932).
  • Op.66 - Yesterday and Tomorrow, two compositions for orchestra. Holograph score and parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. 1929: A Satire (1932).
  2. Tomorrow (1933).
  • Op.67 - Scenes from tragedy, for violin and piano. Holograph score and part at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Medea.
  2. Lament for Antigone.
  3. Death of Oedipus.
  • Op.68 - Sonata for Violin and Cello: Sonata a Due Voci (1933, rev. 1942). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.69 - Violin Concerto in F major (1933). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.70 - Studies in strict forms for organ. Holograph scores at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Ground bass and fugue.
  2. Partita classic (1934).
  3. Poem (1934, rev. 1949).
  • Op.71 - String Quartet in C major (1934-35). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. Revised before publication as String Quartet No.6 (New York: Carl Fischer, 1937. Plate S.P.A.M. (18th season No.) 40 (parts)).
  • Op.72 - Viola Sonata (1934). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.73 - Rondo appassionato, for violin and orchestra (1935). Holograph score and holograph/manuscript parts at Yale.
  • Op.74 - String Quartet in D minor (1936). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.75bis - Praeludium triumphale for violin and piano (1936). Holograph score and part at Yale.
  • Op.76 - ?
  • Op.77 - String Quartet (No.8) in A major (1936). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.78 - Symphony No.4 in D minor (1937-40?). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. Premiered April 14 1939 by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
  • Op.79 - ?
  • Op.80 - String Quartet (No.9) in B major (1938). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale.
  • Op.81 - Requieum, for violin and orchestra (1939). Holograph score and holograph/manuscript parts at Yale.
  • Op.82 - Dramatic fantasy, Poem in two parts: written in time of war, for piano (1940). Smith initially titled this his second piano sonata. Holograph scores as the second sonata and in its final version are at Yale.
  • Op.83 - Credo, for orchestra (1941). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.84 - Clarinet Sonata (1941-44). Holograph score and part at Yale.
  • Op.85? - Credo, symphonic poem (1941).
  • Op.85 - Vienna invicta: waltz-rondo for orchestra (1941). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.86 - Violin Concerto in G major (1942). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.87 - Compositions for piano (1942-43). Holograph score at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Prelude.
  2. Ianthe.
  3. Clouds.
  4. Nocturnes.
  5. Flight.
  • Op.88 - Triumph and peace: poem for organ (1942). Holograph score at Yale
  • Op.89 - 4 Pieces, for string orchestra (1943). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Dance of youth.
  2. The pensive violin.
  3. Phantom troops.
  4. Persistent theme.
  • Op.90 - String Quartet in A major Poem in three parts (1939). Holograph score and parts at Yale. Also exists in holograph score as String Quartet No.10 (1944) at Yale.
  • Op.91 - Small Sonata for 2 Violins (1944). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.92 - The Apostle: poem for orchestra (1944). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.93 - Violin Sonata (No.2) in D major (1945). Holograph score and part at Yale.
  • Op.94 - 3 Choruses (from Byron's Childe Harold's Pilgrimage). Holograph scores at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. All heaven and earth are still (SATB chorus).
  2. Most glorious night (SATB chorus).
  3. The Ocean (B solo, SATB chorus, and orchestra or piano).
  • Op.95 - 4 anthems on texts from the Old Testament, for chorus (TTBB) and organ (1946-47). Holograph scores at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. The Lord is in His Holy Temple.
  2. I dwell in the high and Holy place.
  3. I will greatly rejoice.
  4. Comfort Ye.
  • Op.96 - Violin Sonata in D minor (1946). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.96bis - 3 unrelated pieces for violin and piano (1947). Manuscript score and parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. La belle dame.
  2. Berceuse.
  3. Time: five-four.
  • Op.97bis - 3 Poems for cello and piano (1947). Holograph score and part at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Ballade.
  2. Promenade.
  3. Oracle.
  • Op.98 - The Passing of Oedipus: prelude for orchestra (1947). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.99 - Symphony No.5 in E major (1948). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Op.100 - Theme, variations and finale, for piano (1948). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Op.101 - 2 Compositions for Concert Band. Holograph score and parts at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Adagietto.
  2. Badinage.

Works without Opus Number

Stage Works

  • Incidental music for The Frogs by Aristophanes (A.R. Bellinger, English translation), for chorus (TTBB), wood-winds, trumpets, and percussion (1924). Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • Incidental music to Harold by Tennyson (ca.1911). Holograph condensed score at Yale.
  • Incidental music to Hippolytus by Euripides (1924). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Incidental music to Iphigenia in Tauris by Euripides (ca.1915). Printed score for solo voices and unison chorus with orchestral cues at Yale.
  • Incidental music to Oresteiad by Aeschylus (1926?). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale.
  • Incidental music to Rhesus by Euripides, for English horn, 2 trumpets, and percussion. Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale.
  • Incidental music to Troilus and Cressida by Shakespeare, for 4 trumpets (1916?). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Incidental music to The Trojan Women by Euripides, for unison chorus and instrumental interludes (1915?). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Robin of Sherwood: overture in an old style, for orchestra (1912?). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. Overture used in the production of a play.

Instrumental Works

  • Flowers, 4 Pieces for 10 instruments (1924).
  • 4 Pieces for strings (1943).
  • Scherzo for Concert Band (1949). Holograph score at Yale. May be part of Op.101?

Works for Piano/Organ

  • Danse fantastique, for piano (New York: G. Schirmer, 1906).
  • La Désespérée: un portrait, for piano. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Evensong and choral, for organ (1906). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Fantasia and five-voiced fugue, for organ. Holograph score at Yale.
  • 6 Fugues, for organ (1896-1936). Composed as models for composition classes. Holograph scores at Yale.
  • Humoresque, for piano (1919). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Meeres-stille, for piano (1909). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Melody, for organ (1903). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Piano Sonata in D major Sonata for pianoforte: composed in the classroom 1922-1923. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Pièce grotesque or thoughts of a gargoyle or some such title, for piano (1919). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Prelude, for organ (1948). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Prelude and offertory, for organ (1940). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Prelude, postlude, and offertory, for organ. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Prelude - sudden storm, for piano (1946). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Scherzo, for organ (1903). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Sursum corda: prelude for organ (1946). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Unidentified piece, for organ (Jan. 24, 1949). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Unidentified pieces, for organ (1946). Holograph scores at Yale.
  • Untitled piece, for organ (1942). Written for the 1942 Associate Examination of the American Guild of Organists. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Wind and autumn leaves: study for the right hand (1925). Holograph score at Yale.

Vocal Works (orchestra, organ, or piano accompaniment)

  • Anthems (1902-9). Ten scores bound together in the Smith collection at Yale that were published separately by Novello or H.W. Gray. Consisting of the following:
  1. The Lord is my shepherd (Bar, SATB chorus, organ).
  2. Doth not wisdom cry (Bar, SATB chorus, organ).
  3. I will lift up mine eyes (S, SATB chorus, organ).
  4. Now Dawning Glows the Day of Days: anthem for Easter (B, SATB chorus, organ).
  5. Blessed are they (SATB chorus, organ).
  6. The Lord reigneth (T, SATB chorus, organ).
  7. Let my cry come (B, SATB chorus organ).
  8. Great peace have they (SATB or SATB chorus).
  9. Te Deum laudamus (B, unison chorus, organ).
  • Awake, my heart! Holograph score at Yale.
  • Blessed are they: anthem for four voices (New York: H.W. Gray Co., 1907).
  • Bow down... (for 4 voices). Holograph score at Yale.
  • A caravan from China (Richard Le Gallienne), for Bar, women's chorus (SSA), and piano (1918). Incomplete holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • A child's laughter (Algernon Charles Swinburne), for chorus (SSA) and piano (1936). Holograph score at Yale.
  • A child's thanks (Algernon Charles Swinburne), for chorus (SSA) and piano (1936). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Choruses for women's voices (SSA) and piano (1901-15). Seven scores bound together in the Smith collection at Yale that were published separately by G. Schirmer. Consisting of the following:
  1. The dark (George Eliot).
  2. Summer winds (George Darley).
  3. The wind-swept wheat.
  4. Pan (Elizabeth Barrett Browning).
  5. The sleeping priestess.
  6. A group of lyrics.
  • Cleanse the thoughts of our hearts, for unaccompanied chorus (SATB) (New York: Galaxy Music Corporation, 1942).
  • The cloudlet: madrigal for four-part chorus of women's voices (Mimie Laurence Harding). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Come to these scenes of peace, for unaccompanied men's chorus (TTBB). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Come unto Me (Matthew 28-30), sacred song with piano accompaniment (New York: G. Schirmer, 1910).
  • Create in me: anthem for tenor or soprano solo and chorus. Manuscript score at Yale.
  • The dark (George Eliot), for solo mezzo or contralto, women's chorus (SSA), and piano (1904).
  • The Djinns: symphonic poem for chorus, bass solo, and orchestra (Victor Hugo) (1911). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Doth not wisdom cry?: festival anthem for baritone solo and chorus (New York: Novello, Ewer and Co., 1902).
  • The garden of Prosperine (Algernon Charles Swinburne), for women's chorus (SSA) and piano (1936). Holograph score at Yale.
  • God is our refuge... Incomplete holograph at Yale (missing tenor solo and organ part).
  • God our life: a short cantata for general use: for soli and chorus with organ accompaniment (New York: G. Schirmer, 1906).
  • Grant to us, Lord: anthem for chorus of mixed voices, with tenor (or soprano) solo (New York: Galaxy Music Corporation, 1943).
  • Great peace have they: anthem for chorus or quartet (unaccompanied) (New York: The H.W. Gray Co., 1909).
  • A group of lyrics. Published separately (New York: G. Schirmer, 1915). Given Op.36. Consisting of the following:
  1. The four winds (Charles Henry Luders).
  2. Go not, happy day (Alfred Tennyson).
  3. Ballad (Harriet Prescott Spofford).
  4. The zíncal (George Eliot).
  • He that dwelleth in the Secret Place of the Most High: anthem for chorus (SATB) and organ (1903). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Hear, O Lord: motet for women's voices (1936). Holograph score at Yale.
  • A Hope Carol (Christina Rossetti).
  • I will praise Thee with my whole heart.., for mixed chorus (SATB). Holograph score at Yale.
  • In Gethsemane, scripture reading for contralto solo with organ accompaniment (1922). Holograph score at Yale.
  • In praise of the queen of the shepherds (Edmund Spenser). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Jesus and the children, scripture reading for contralto solo with organ accompaniment (1922). Holograph score at Yale.
  • The lady Alice (Thomas H. Chivers, 1908). Holograph score at Yale.
  • The lady of the lambs (Alice Meynell). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Let my cry come near before Thee, O Lord: anthem for general use (New York: H.W. Gray Co., 1909).
  • Let the words..., for 4 voices. Holograph score at Yale.
  • A little while: biblical scene for tenor solo, chorus and organ (1938). Holograph score at Yale.
  • The Lord is my light: anthem for women's voices and organ (1936). Holograph score at Yale.
  • The Lord is my light, for full chorus of women's voices (SSA) with piano or organ accompaniment (New York : G. Schirmer, 1939).
  • The Lord is my shepherd, anthem for baritone solo and chorus (New York: Novello, Ever and Co., 1902).
  • The Lord reigneth, anthem for general use (New York: The H.W. Gray Co., 1909).
  • Love Thee? (Charles Swain), for soprano or tenor and piano. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Lux et veritas: commemorative hymn for solo voices (TTBB), chorus (TTBB), and organ (1925). Holograph score at Yale.
  • May Song (Frederick Manley).
  • Meditation. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Memorial ode: for mixed chorus and orchestra. Poem and music composed for the Tercentenary Celebration of New Haven 1938. Holograph score and parts at Yale.
  • My pretty rose tree (William Blake, 1905). Holograph score at Yale.
  • My sheep wandered through all the mountains: anthem for baritone solo, chorus (SATB), and organ. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Now dawning glows the day of days: anthem for Easter. (London: Novello and Company, Ltd, 1902).
  • Nunc Dimittis in B-flat major, for chorus (SATB) and organ (1896). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Nuptial prayer (D.F. Bloomfield), for mezzo-soprano, piano, and violin obligato ad libitum. Holograph score at Yale.
  • O Lord, from whom all things: anthem for chorus (SATB) and organ (ad libitum). (New York: Galaxy Music Corporation, 1946).
  • The Ocean, for baritone(?), chorus, and orchestra (1945).
  • Ode for commencement day (James Whitney Barney), for baritone, chorus (TTBB) and orchestra (1900). Holograph score and manuscript parts at Yale. Vocal score published (Cincinnati: John Church Company, 1900).
  • The Office of the Holy Communion in B flat major, for soprano, chorus (SATB) and organ (1909). Incomplete holograph at Yale.
  • Pan (Elizabeth Barrett Browning), for soprano solo, women's chorus (SSA), oboe or flute obligato, and piano. Also arranged for chorus and orchestra. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Peace. Holograph score at Yale.
  • Peace ("Teasdale 18" at top of first page). Holograph score at Yale.
  • 145th Psalm, for 2 choruses (SATB each) and orchestra (1904). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Polly! or eyes of old Yale blue (Miss Roberta F. Watterson, New Haven: Chas. H. Loomis, 1902).
  • Portraits, a song-cycle (Walter de la Mare), for medium voice and piano (Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1919). Consisting of the following:
  1. Nod.
  2. Old Susan.
  3. Alone.
  4. Rachel.
  5. The scarecrow
  • Roll out, o song to God (Frank Sewell), for voice and organ (New York: H.W. Gray Co., 1908).
  • Rose song (Charlotte Fiske Bates, Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1899).
  • The sleeping priestess (Robert Cameron Rogers), for women's chorus (SSA). Holograph score for orchestral version at Yale.
  • Le soir, for soprano and piano (1895). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Songs of three ages, cycle for high voice with piano accompaniment (Algernon Charles Swinburne, 1936). Holograph score at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Seven years old.
  2. Eight years old.
  3. Nine years old.
  • Three songs to texts by Laudor (1937). Holograph score at Yale. Consisting of the following:
  1. Mother, I cannot mind my wheel.
  2. Sweet Clementine.
  3. Mild is the parting year.
  • Stanzas from the Nativity (John Milton).
  • Summer winds (George Darley), for women's chorus (SSA). (New York: G. Schirmer, 1901).
  • Sympathy (Helen Potter, 1903). Holograph score at Yale.
  • Te Deum laudamus, for unison chorus (SATB) and organ (1897).
  • To Etta. Holograph score at Yale.
  • To Night (Percy Bysshe Shelley).
  • The Transfiguration, scripture narration for baritone (or contralto) solo (1922). Holograph score at Yale.
  • La vie est brève (1907). Holograph score at Yale.
  • When winds are raging (Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1901).
  • The wind-swept wheat (Madeline Bridges), for soprano solo, women's chorus (SSA), and orchestra. Incomplete holograph score at Yale. Vocal score published (New York: G. Schirmer, 1907).
  • Yale pageant, 1916 (1916). Holograph score at Yale.

Arrangements

  • Air from Suite in D by J.S. Bach (1944). Holograph at Yale.
  • The Annunciation, Bas-Quercy carol for chorus (SATB) and accompaniment (Edward Bliss Reed, translator). London: Stainer & Bell, 1923.
  • Cadenzas for the concerto in E-flat for two piano by Mozart (1922, 1925). Holograph scores at Yale.
  • The children's carol, from the Provençal, for chorus (SATB) and accompaniment(Edward Bliss Reed, translator). New York: The H. W. Gray Co., 1920.
  • Christmas carols (London: Stainer & Bell, 1924-1939). Publications of the Carol Society, vols. 1-7, 9-16. Consisting of the following:
1. Eight traditional French carols.
2. Eight traditional Christmas carols.
3. Old French and Franconian carols.
4. Old French and German carols.
5. Old Christmas carols.
6. Traditional Christmas carols.
7. Old French and Polish carols.
9. Traditional Basque and Flemish carols.
10. Russian, Basque, and Flemish carols.
11. Swiss, English and Swedish carols.
12. Provençal and Russian carols.
13. Eight old Christmas carols.
14. Old carols for Christmas.
15. Flemish and other Christmas carols.
16. Provençal and other Christmas carols.
  • The march of the three kings, old Provençal. One version for chorus (SATB) and accompaniment and another for chorus (TTBB) and accompaniment (Edward Bliss Reed, translator). Score at Yale.
  • No rest for Thy head, for chorus (SATB) and accompaniment(Edward Bliss Reed, translator). London: Stainer & Bell, 1923.
  • Noël nouvlet, for chorus (SATB) and accompaniment(Edward Bliss Reed, translator). New York: H.W. Gray Co., 1920.
  • Noël to honor Mary Mother, for chorus (SATB) and accompaniment(Edward Bliss Reed, translator). New York: H.W. Gray Co., 1920.
  • Sing we Noël once more, Bas-quercy carol. One version for unaccompanied men's chorus and another for chorus (SATB) with accompaniment Edward Bliss Reed, translator). London: Stainer & Bell, 1946.
  • Ten provençal carols by Nicolas Saboly of Avignon (1614-1675). (Edward Bliss Reed, English and French translations). New York: The H.W. Gray Company, 1918.

Juvenilia

All are holograph scores at Yale.

  • "Alhambra" waltzes, for piano (1897).
  • Asahel march-two step, for piano.
  • Boulevard two-step, for piano (1896).
  • Charity ball two-step, for piano (1896).
  • "Cradle-song", for string orchestra (1896).
  • La débutante waltz, for piano (1896).
  • Gavotte, for piano (1893).
  • I'm the hottest nigger on the map, coon song.
  • I wandered lonely, song for medium voice (1905).
  • My Sue, for voice and piano.
  • "Olympian" two-step, for piano (1896).
  • Piano piece, (6/6/1911).
  • "Polly" or "Eyes of old Yale blue", solo for soprano or tenor in E flat.
  • Romanza for violin (1896).
  • Serenade, for mezzo-soprano (1897).
  • She walks in beauty, for voice and piano (1893).
  • Sixth Ohio, for piano (Toledo: D.M. Caughling, 1898).
  • Symphonic adagio by Edward Grieg, arr. for orchestra by Smith (1899).
  • Tempo de valse, for piano (1895).
  • Touchdown two-step, for piano.
  • Waltz, for piano.
  • "Yale '99" march, for piano (Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1896).