List of works by William Henry Reed


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Contents


Solo violin or viola

  • Rhapsody : for viola & orchestra 1918
  • Romance
  • The gentle dove = Y deryn pur : traditional Welsh folk song arr. for violin & harp (or piano) 1941
  • Three lyrical pieces for violin with pianoforte accompaniment London : Hawkes and Son c1917
  • Caprice for violin & piano London : Augener c1917
  • Scherzo in B min or violin and piano 1940
  • An April morning : violin solo with piano accompaniment At Llangollen : Gwynn c1940
  • Concerto in A minor : for violin and piano London : Augener c1918
  • Suite of four pieces = Suite de quatre piéces : for violin and piano London : J. Williams 1926
  • Ragged Robin : for violin and piano London : Oxford University Press c1937
  • Mignonette, for violin and piano. London, 1934
  • Arrangements for violin and piano . "Classical repertory", 1-6. London, 1935
  • Dog rose; Ragged Robin; Sea thrift, for violin. and piano. London, 1937

Other solo

  • A la polonaise pianoforte sketch .1931.
  • Ballade for solo harp Mullion, Cornwall, 1922,

Duos, Trios, Quartets etc.

  • Scherzo for three violins
  • Martin's piece : arranged for string quartet
  • Morning on the Karoo In a Zulu location string quartet1940,
  • Duo: Violin and viola
  • Romance & humoreske : for 4 violas
  • Quartett no 4 in C major 1913
  • Quartet no.5 London Cary & Co. c1916
  • Sextette in A major 1916
  • Legende 1923
  • Andante con moto 1939,
  • Octet for eight violins Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean near the Island of St Helena, 1940,

Solo with Orchestra

  • Rhapsody in E minor : for violin & orchestra 1919
  • Rhapsody : for viola & orchestra 1918
  • Poem-phantasy : for cello & orchestra or pianoforte1940
  • Fantasie brillante : pour violon avec accompagnement d'orchestre ou pianoforte

Orchestra

  • A symphony for strings London : Novello and Company c1934
  • Marche militaire
  • Piece for string orchestra 1932
  • Somerset idylls Abbotts Leigh, 1926
  • Shockheaded Peter : suite for orchestra 1931
  • The Vale of Clwyd : romance for string orchestra
  • N. Atlantic ("Stirling Castle"), 1940
  • Intermezzo
  • Lento in E minor and Prelude in D minor 1940
  • The coronation 1937?
  • On Waterford Quay (an Irish impression) 1941
  • Andante tranquillamente 1941
  • Reverie
  • Concert overture in F major : "Touchstone"1899
  • Scherzo 1906
  • Will o' the wisp : caprice 1913
  • From the nations : suite for orchestra 1915
  • Italian serenade (serenata) ca.1916
  • Miniature suite : for small orchestra "Trewoon", Mullion, Cornwall, 1929 1916
  • Légende Enoch c1906
  • The Lincoln imp : a whimsical phantasy for orchestra 1921
  • Elegie for strings & organ 1918
  • Valse brillante. For orch.London 1905
  • Caliban. Scherzo fantastique for orch. London, 1905
  • An April morning. Llangollen, 1940
  • Suite venitienne : Novello & Co. c1903
  • Suite for string orchestra London : Novello & Co. c1908
  • The Vicar of Bray arranged London : Novello.
  • Scenes from the ballet, an orchestral fantasia. c1904
  • Stately Dance for orchestra. c1939

Songs

  • Down in the west country. Suite for strings, piano and percussion ad lib.London, 1933
  • Night cometh. Mae'n nosi. Part-song for S.A.T.B., the English words by G.W., y geiriau
  • Cymraeg gan T.G. Jones. (Ed. 2. Tr. française de E.P. Williams).Llangollen, (1952)
  • The lady of Shalott : set to music for female voices & orchestra words by Tennyson. 1934,
  • Mirage words byChristina Rossetti.
  • A Finland love song words by Thomas Moore.1917, Dec
  • The young knight words by Charles Kingsley.1922, April
  • A Chinese impression 1, 2 1936,
  • Sailing slow, sailing fast words by Christina Rosetti 1908
  • 8 Songs to texts by Lord Shaw
  • If I were king words by Justin Huntly McCarthy.1904,
  • Should one of us remember words by Christina Rossetti.1910
  • O captain! my captain! words by Walt Whitman.1941,
  • Tell-tale eyes words by Edward Teschemacher.
  • Would you care
  • The military eye words by P.J. O'Reilly1916,
  • Golden daffodils : part song for female voices poem by Wordsworth.1911
  • Aesop's fables : for orchestra : composed for the 1924 Hereford Festival 1924
  • My son Jim; poem by Ada Leonora Davies. 1913
  • Earl Haldan's Daughter

Books

  • Elgar and his violin concerto 1937
  • Looking back : many years in the orchestra 1939
  • Elgar as I knew him (with sketches for Elgar's unfinished 3rd symphony) 1936