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Sortable Table of Contents for Volumes I through XVIII (Second Series)
of Novello's Part-Song Book.

After volume XVIII, song numbers were assigned without volume
numbers, reaching at least No. 1530 by ca.1944.


Vol. Pg. No. Title Composer
1 1 37 Old May Day Benedict, Julius
1 5 38 Invocation to sleep Benedict, Julius
1 12 39 A Night Song Benedict, Julius
1 18 40 Dirge for the faithful Lover Benedict, Julius
1 22 41 A Drinking Song Benedict, Julius
1 29 42 Sylvan Pleasures Benedict, Julius
1 39 43 Consolation Smart, Henry
1 43 44 Good Night, thou glorious Sun Smart, Henry
1 49 45 Hunting Song (Waken, Lords and Ladies gay) Smart, Henry
1 55 46 Lady, rise, sweet Morn's awaking Smart, Henry
1 60 47 Summer Morning Smart, Henry
1 65 48 The Sea King Smart, Henry
1 70 49 Orpheus to his lute Macfarren, G.A.
1 75 50 When Icicles hung by the Wall Macfarren, G.A.
1 79 51 Come away, come away, Death Macfarren, G.A.
1 85 52 When Daisies pied Macfarren, G.A.
1 90 53 Who is Sylvia? Macfarren, G.A.
1 94 54 Fear no more the heat o' the Sun Macfarren, G.A.
1 101 55 Blow, blow thou Winter Wind Macfarren, G.A.
1 106 56 The Belfry Tower Hatton, J. L.
1 117 57 England Hatton, J. L.
1 123 58 Come celebrate the May Hatton, J. L.
1 127 59 Song to Pan Hatton, J. L.
1 133 60 The Indian Maid Hatton, J. L.
1 141 61 The Pearl Divers Hatton, J. L.
2 1 62 Robin Goodfellow Macfarren, G.A.
2 6 63 Break, break on thy cold grey stones, O Sea Macfarren, G.A.
2 13 64 Echoes (The splendour falls on Castle Walls) Macfarren, G.A.
2 21 65 Song of the Railroads Macfarren, G.A.
2 25 66 Christmas Macfarren, G.A.
2 32 67 Adieu, love, adieu Macfarren, G.A.
2 40 68 Sir Knight, Sir Knight Macirone, C. A.
2 47 69 The Wounded Cupid Macirone, C. A.
2 51 70 Woman's smile Macirone, C. A.
2 57 71 Autolycus' Song Macirone, C. A.
2 68 72 Footsteps of Angels Macirone, C. A.
2 69 73 The Sun shines fair on Carlisle wall Macirone, C. A.
2 76 74 The Pilgrims Leslie, Henry
2 82 75 My soul to God, my heart to thee Leslie, Henry
2 90 76 Awake, awake, the flowers unfold Leslie, Henry
2 95 77 How sweet the moonlight sleeps Leslie, Henry
2 99 78 Land ho Leslie, Henry
2 104 79 Up, up, ye dames Leslie, Henry
2 110 80 Thine eyes so bright Leslie, Henry
2 112 81 All is not gold Westbrook, W. J.
2 126 82 Hark how the birds Lahee, Henry
2 133 83 All ye woods Lahee, Henry
2 137 84 My love is fair Leslie, Henry
2 145 85 Charm me asleep Leslie, Henry
3 1 86 When Twilight Dews Hiles, Henry
3 4 87 A Finland Love Song Hiles, Henry
3 7 88 Evening Hiles, Henry
3 10 89 To the Morning Wind Hiles, Henry
3 18 90 To Daffodils Hiles, Henry
3 23 91 Summer Longings Hiles, Henry
3 30 92 Night, lovely night Berger, Francesco
3 33 93 Essay, my heart Berger, Francesco
3 38 94 Childhood's melody Berger, Francesco
3 42 95 Now Berger, Francesco
3 49 96 Sunset Berger, Francesco
3 53 97 Arise, arise, the sunbeams hail Berger, Francesco
3 61 98 Night winds that so gently flow Calkin, J. Baptiste
3 65 99 Breathe soft ye winds Calkin, J. Baptiste
3 69 100 By lady is so wondrous fair Calkin, J. Baptiste
3 73 101 The Chivalry of Labour Calkin, J. Baptiste
3 85 102 Come, fill, my boys Calkin, J. Baptiste
3 93 103 Echoes Calkin, J. Baptiste
3 97 104 Phoebus Barnby, J.
3 101 105 Luna Barnby, J.
3 105 106 A Wife's Song Barnby, J.
3 109 107 Home they brought her warrior dead Barnby, J.
3 112 108 Annie Lee Barnby, J.
3 116 109 Starry Crown of Heaven Barnby, J.
3 119 110 The Wind Barnby, J.
3 124 111 The Skylark Barnby, J.
3 131 112 The Sands of Dee Macfarren, G.A.
3 136 113 Alton Locke's Song Macfarren, G.A.
3 139 114 The Starlings Macfarren, G.A.
3 143 115 The Three Fishers Macfarren, G.A.
3 151 116 The World's Age Macfarren, G.A.
3 155 117 Sing heigh ho! Macfarren, G.A.
4 1 118 Fairy Song Zimmermann, Agnes
4 6 119 Good night Zimmermann, Agnes
4 10 120 Gone for ever Zimmermann, Agnes
4 16 121 Flowers Zimmermann, Agnes
4 23 122 To Daffodils Zimmermann, Agnes
4 27 123 Good morrow Zimmermann, Agnes
4 33 124 Sign no more, ladies Macfarren, G.A.
4 38 125 You spotted snakes Macfarren, G.A.
4 45 126 Take, O take those lips away Macfarren, G.A.
4 48 127 It was a lover and his lass Macfarren, G.A.
4 59 128 Oh mistress mine Macfarren, G.A.
4 63 129 Under the greenwood tree Macfarren, G.A.
4 67 130 Hark, hark, the lark Macfarren, G.A.
4 72 131 Tell me where is fancy bred Macfarren, G.A.
4 76 132 The Violet Leslie, Henry
4 82 133 One morning sweet in May Leslie, Henry
4 87 134 Daylight is fading Leslie, Henry
4 91 135 Down in a pretty valley Leslie, Henry
4 96 136 The Primrose Leslie, Henry
4 100 137 Arise, sweet love Leslie, Henry
4 106 138 Tis break of day Smart, Henry
4 110 139 My true love hath my heart Smart, Henry
4 114 140 Doth not my lady come? Smart, Henry
4 118 141 Spring Song Smart, Henry
4 122 142 The Curfew Smart, Henry
4 126 143 Here, sweet spirit Smart, Henry
4 130 144 Spring voices Reay, Samuel
4 136 145 Waken, lords and ladies gay Reay, Samuel
4 143 146 As it fell upon a day Reay, Samuel
4 149 147 Huntsman, rest Reay, Samuel
4 154 148 Tis May upon the mountain Reay, Samuel
4 160 149 Take, O take those lips away Reay, Samuel
5 1 150 The rainy day Sullivan, Arthur S.
5 5 151 Oh hush thee, my babie Sullivan, Arthur S.
5 11 152 Evening Sullivan, Arthur S.
5 15 153 Joy to the victors Sullivan, Arthur S.
5 21 154 Parting gleams Sullivan, Arthur S.
5 25 155 Echoes Sullivan, Arthur S.
5 31 156 Spring Macfarren, Walter
5 37 157 Summer Macfarren, Walter
5 41 158 Autumn Macfarren, Walter
5 47 159 Winter Macfarren, Walter
5 53 160 You stole my love Macfarren, Walter
5 57 161 Dainty love Macfarren, Walter
5 61 162 Drops of rain Lemmens, J.
5 69 163 The fairy ring Lemmens, J.
5 75 164 The light of day Lemmens, J.
5 82 165 Oh welcome him Lemmens, J.
5 89 166 Sunshine through the clouds Lemmens, J.
5 97 167 The Cornfield Lemmens, J.
5 105 168 Wake ! to the hunting Smart, Henry
5 111 169 Dost thou idly ask? Smart, Henry
5 116 170 A Psalm of Life Smart, Henry
5 120 171 Only thou Smart, Henry
5 124 172 I prithee send me back my heart Smart, Henry
5 128 173 The Moon Smart, Henry
5 134 174 A Spring Song Pinsuti, Ciro
5 140 175 An Autumn Song Pinsuti, Ciro
5 147 176 The two spirits Pinsuti, Ciro
5 152 177 The Crusaders Pinsuti, Ciro
5 158 178 The Caravan Pinsuti, Ciro
5 166 179 Stradella Pinsuti, Ciro
6 1 180 When ev'ning's twilight [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 3 181 Absence [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 5 182 April showers [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 10 183 The red red rose [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 17 184 Beware [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 22 185 The Sailor's song [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 27 186 Good night [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 31 187 Blythe is the Bird Hatton, J. L.
6 34 188 Stars of the summer night [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 41 189 The hemlock tree [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 50 190 Jack Frost [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 55 191 I loved her [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 60 192 The Village Blacksmith [mixed voices] Hatton, J. L.
6 67 193 The bait (come live with me) Hatton, J. L.
6 73 194 Softly fall the shades of evening Hatton, J. L.
6 78 195 Auburn (sweet village) Hatton, J. L.
6 84 196 Bird of the Wilderness Hatton, J. L.
6 90 197 The summer gale Hatton, J. L.
6 94 198 I met her in the quiet lane Hatton, J. L.
6 98 199 If thou art sleeping Hatton, J. L.
6 103 200 Spring song Hatton, J. L.
6 110 201 Good wishes Hatton, J. L.
6 116 202 Parting and meeting Hatton, J. L.
6 120 203 Whether kiss'd by sunbeams Hatton, J. L.
6 125 204 The roses are blushing Hatton, J. L.
6 132 205 The rivals Hatton, J. L.
6 137 206 The village dance Hatton, J. L.
6 144 207 Song of the Gipsy maidens Hatton, J. L.
6 149 208 The waterfall Hatton, J. L.
6 154 209 Over hill, over dale Hatton, J. L.
6 161 210 Love me little, love me long Hatton, J. L.
6 168 211 Going a-maying Hatton, J. L.
6 175 212 See the rooks are homeward flying Hatton, J. L.
6 182 213 Sweet lady moon Hatton, J. L.
6 187 214 Hark the Convent bells are ringing Hatton, J. L.
7 1 215 When ev'ning's twilight Hatton, J. L.
7 3 216 Warrior's song Hatton, J. L.
7 8 217 Absence Hatton, J. L.
7 10 218 April showers Hatton, J. L.
7 15 219 The red, red rose Hatton, J. L.
7 22 220 Beware Hatton, J. L.
7 27 221 The happiest land Hatton, J. L.
7 34 222 The sailor's song Hatton, J. L.
7 39 223 Busy, curious, thirsty fly Hatton, J. L.
7 43 224 Good night, beloved Hatton, J. L.
7 47 225 Bacchanalian song Hatton, J. L.
7 52 226 Stars of the summer night Hatton, J. L.
7 59 227 King Witlaf's drinking horn Hatton, J. L.
7 67 228 Tars' song Hatton, J. L.
7 76 229 The hemlock tree Hatton, J. L.
7 85 230 Jack Frost Hatton, J. L.
7 90 231 The lye Hatton, J. L.
7 95 232 I loved her Hatton, J. L.
7 100 233 The village blacksmith Hatton, J. L.
7 107 234 The letter Hatton, J. L.
7 114 235 Shall I, wasting in despair Hatton, J. L.
7 121 236 The way to build a boat, or Jack's opinion Hatton, J. L.
7 130 237 I lov'd a lass, a fair one Hatton, J. L.
7 189 238 The lifeboat Hatton, J. L.
8 1 239 The shepherd's farewell Smart, Henry
8 4 240 The wave's reproof Smart, Henry
8 9 241 Ave Maria Smart, Henry
8 12 242 Spring Smart, Henry
8 16 243 Morning Smart, Henry
8 21 244 Hymn to Cynthia Smart, Henry
8 26 245 Cradle Song Smart, Henry
8 31 246 The joys of Spring Smart, Henry
8 36 247 Dream, baby, dream Smart, Henry
8 40 248 A Song for the Seasons Smart, Henry
8 47 249 Oh say not that my heart is cold Smart, Henry
8 51 250 Love and mirth Smart, Henry
8 56 251 Sweet vesper hymn Smart, Henry
8 61 252 Crocuses and Snowdrops Smart, Henry
8 67 253 Stars of the Summer night Smart, Henry
8 73 254 Wind thy horn Smart, Henry
8 79 255 The land of wonders Smart, Henry
8 84 256 To little birds that sit and sing Smart, Henry
8 88 257 How soft the shades of evening creep Smart, Henry
8 92 258 How sweet in Summer morning Smart, Henry
8 96 259 Now May is here Smart, Henry
9 1 260 Hunting song Macfarren, Walter
9 7 261 Summer Song Macfarren, Walter
9 13 262 The Curfew Bell Macfarren, Walter
9 18 263 The Warrior Macfarren, Walter
9 24 264 Love's High, ho ! Macfarren, Walter
9 29 265 Good night, good rest Macfarren, Walter
9 37 266 The Fairies Macfarren, Walter
9 43 267 Cradle Song Macfarren, Walter
9 48 268 Morning Song Macfarren, Walter
9 54 269 Go, pretty birds Macfarren, Walter
9 59 270 More life Macfarren, Walter
9 64 271 Sweet content Macfarren, Walter
9 69 272 Sea Song Macfarren, Walter
9 74 273 The stars are with the voyager Macfarren, Walter
9 78 274 Autumn Macfarren, Walter
9 84 275 Highland war song Macfarren, Walter
9 90 276 Shortest and longest Macfarren, Walter
9 95 277 Windlass Song Macfarren, Walter
9 102 278 O lady, leave thy silken thread Macfarren, Walter
9 108 279 Lover's parting Macfarren, Walter
9 113 280 Shepherds all, and maidens fair Macfarren, Walter
9 119 281 Night, sable goddess ! Macfarren, Walter
9 124 282 Sweetest melancholy / Hence, all you vain delights Macfarren, Walter
9 129 283 Swallow, swallow, hither wing Macfarren, Walter
10 1 284 The hardy Norseman's house of yore Pearsall, R. L.
10 6 284 The hardy Norseman's house of yore (male voices) Pearsall, R. L.
10 11 285 Nymphs are sporting Pearsall, R. L.
10 16 286 O who will o'er the downs so free Pearsall, R. L.
10 21 286 O who will o'er the downs so free (male voices) Pearsall, R. L.
10 27 287 Who shall win my lady fair Pearsall, R. L.
10 35 288 Why with toil thy life consuming Pearsall, R. L.
10 40 289 When Allen-a-Dale Pearsall, R. L.
10 47 290 I saw lovely Phillis Pearsall, R. L.
10 52 291 The River Spirit's Song Pearsall, R. L.
10 56 292 It was upon a Spring-tide day Pearsall, R. L.
10 66 293 Take heed, ye shepherd swains Pearsall, R. L.
10 73 294 Spring returns Pearsall, R. L.
10 77 295 Great God of love Pearsall, R. L.
10 82 296 In dulci jubilo Pearsall, R. L.
10 89 297 The Song of the Frank companies Pearsall, R. L.
10 95 298 How bright in the Maytime Pearsall, R. L.
10 101 299 The Winter Song Pearsall, R. L.
10 105 300 The Bishop of Mentz Pearsall, R. L.
10 110 301 When last I strayed Pearsall, R. L.
10 114 302 See how smoothly Pearsall, R. L.
10 118 303 Let us all go Maying Pearsall, R. L.
10 122 304 List ! Lady, be not coy Pearsall, R. L.
10 130 305 Oh ye roses Pearsall, R. L.
10 138 306 Sing we and chant it. Madrigal, 8 voices Pearsall, R. L.
10 142 307 Sing we and chant it. Ballet madrigal, 4 voices Pearsall, R. L.
10 146 308 The red wine flows Pearsall, R. L.
10 150 309 Shoot, false love, I care not Pearsall, R. L.
11 1 310 Laugh not, youth, at age Pearsall, R. L.
11 10 311 Down in my garden fair Pearsall, R. L.
11 15 312 Adieu ! my native shore Pearsall, R. L.
11 19 313 Purple glow the forest mountains Pearsall, R. L.
11 23 314 Caput apri defero Pearsall, R. L.
11 29 315 A Chieftain to the Highlands bound Pearsall, R. L.
11 33 316 A King there was in Thule Pearsall, R. L.
11 35 317 Come let us be merry Pearsall, R. L.
11 40 318 Mihi est propositum Pearsall, R. L.
11 42 319 Light of my soul Pearsall, R. L.
11 47 320 Lay a garland Pearsall, R. L.
11 53 321 Summer is y' coming in Pearsall, R. L.
11 58 322 Why should the cuckoo's tuneful note Pearsall, R. L.
11 66 323 Why weep, alas, my lady love Pearsall, R. L.
11 71 324 There is a paradise on earth Pearsall, R. L.
11 76 325 O ! All ye ladies fair and true Pearsall, R. L.
11 79 326 War Song of the Norman Baron Taillefer Pearsall, R. L.
11 83 327 Why do the roses Pearsall, R. L.
11 87 328 Sweet as a flower in May Pearsall, R. L.
11 90 329 The praise of good wine Pearsall, R. L.
11 93 330 The Watchman's Song (male voices) Pearsall, R. L.
11 94 330 The Watchman's Song (mixed voices) Pearsall, R. L.
11 96 331 Waters of Elle Pearsall, R. L.
11 99 332 No ! No ! Nigella Pearsall, R. L.
11 104 333 Sir Patrick Spens Pearsall, R. L.
12 1 334 Already snow has fallen Franz, Robert
12 4 335 At parting Franz, Robert
12 8 336 The fairest time Franz, Robert
12 12 337 Spring's faith Franz, Robert
12 16 338 May song Franz, Robert
12 20 339 A morning walk Franz, Robert
12 27 340 Home that I love Abt, Franz
12 33 341 Eventide Abt, Franz
12 43 342 Spring's awakening Abt, Franz
12 47 343 Night-song Abt, Franz
12 50 344 Evening glow on the woods Abt, Franz
12 57 345 Dost thou hear the trees that rustle Hensel, Fanny
12 61 346 The unknown land Hensel, Fanny
12 67 347 In autumn Hensel, Fanny
12 71 348 Morning greeting Hensel, Fanny
12 77 349 The woodland valley Hensel, Fanny
12 80 350 When woods are glowing Hensel, Fanny
12 86 351 How I love the festive boy Mackenzie, A. C.
12 87 352 O thou world so fair Abt, Franz
12 93 353 Autumn Mackenzie, A. C.
12 97 354 When spring begems the dewy scene Mackenzie, A. C.
12 109 355 The day of love Mackenzie, A. C.
12 115 356 The stars are with the voyager Mackenzie, A. C.
12 119 357 Hail to the chief Prout, E.
12 129 358 At the coming of the spring Hatton, J. L.
12 135 359 Calm night Hatton, J. L.
12 141 360 Come live with me Hatton, J. L.
12 147 361 Echo's last word Hatton, J. L.
12 151 362 He that hath a pleasant face Hatton, J. L.
12 156 363 Keep time, keep time Hatton, J. L.
12 162 364 Lo ! The peaceful shades of ev'ning Hatton, J. L.
12 166 365 Not for me the lark is singing Hatton, J. L.
13 1 366 Spring, the sweet spring Hatton, J. L.
13 8 367 Take heart ! Hatton, J. L.
13 13 368 The fishing boat Hatton, J. L.
13 17 369 The lark Hatton, J. L.
13 22 370 The moon shone calmly bright Hatton, J. L.
13 27 371 The reproach Hatton, J. L.
13 30 372 The swing Hatton, J. L.
13 36 373 The wrecked hope Hatton, J. L.
13 41 374 Twilight Hatton, J. L.
13 45 375 Twilight now is round us veiling Hatton, J. L.
13 51 376 What is got by sighing Hatton, J. L.
13 56 377 Where shall the lover rest Hatton, J. L.
13 60 378 Night Gounod, Ch.
13 68 379 The dawn of day Reay, Samuel
13 74 380 The calm of the sea and the prosperous voyage Hiles, Henry
13 84 381 The wreck of the ìHesperusî Hiles, Henry
13 100 382 Uncertain light Schumann, R.
13 107 383 Confidence Schumann, R.
13 114 384 The dream Schumann, R.
13 117 385 The boat Schumann, R.
13 123 386 Spring's approach Egerton, Seymour
13 129 387 Wild rose Egerton, Seymour
13 136 388 In the woods Egerton, Seymour
13 143 389 The rose and the soul Egerton, Seymour
13 147 390 Adieu to the woods Egerton, Seymour
13 153 391 King Winter Egerton, Seymour
13 160 392 The miller Macfarren, G.A.
14 1 393 At first the mountain rill Macfarren, G.A.
14 7 394 All is still Macfarren, G.A.
14 13 395 Sleep ! the bird is in the nest Barnby, J.
14 20 396 Hushed in death Hiles, Henry
14 30 397 Evening Leslie, Henry
14 33 398 Now the bright morning star Leslie, Henry
14 41 399 Hail to the chief Leslie, Henry
14 47 400 The triumph of death Holland, C.
14 53 401 Now the bright morning star Pearson, Henry H.
14 59 402 The bright-hair'd morn Reay, Samuel
14 65 403 Red o'er the forest Reay, Samuel
14 71 404 Sweet is the breath of early morn Reay, Samuel
14 79 405 Where wavelets rippled gaily Pinsuti, Ciro
14 91 406 We'll gaily sing and play Pinsuti, Ciro
14 111 407 Gently falls the evening shade Marenzio, Luca
14 116 408 Lilies white, crimson roses Marenzio, Luca
14 124 409 The shepherd's pipes Marenzio, Luca
14 131 410 Spring returns Marenzio, Luca
14 139 411 See where with rapid bound Marenzio, Luca
14 146 412 Those dainty daffadillies Morley, Thomas
14 151 413 Dainty, fine, sweet nymph Morley, Thomas
14 157 414 Shoot, false love, I care not Morley, Thomas
14 168 415 Oh say what nymph Palestrina
15 1 416 Ye singers all Waelrant, H.
15 7 417 Now fie on love Macfarren, G.A.
15 11 418 Winds of autumn Oberthur, Charles
15 15 419 Softly fall the shades Silas, E.
15 19 420 Love me little, love me long Wilson, Leigh
15 23 421 Shall I tell you whom I love ? Wesley, S. S.
15 29 422 It was a lover and his lass Booth, Josiah
15 37 423 Love's question and reply Grant, John B.
15 41 424 Hence, loathed melancholy Lahee, Henry
15 53 425 Evening Song Hill, E. M.
15 58 426 Welcome dawn of summer's day Hill, E. M.
15 62 427 The charge of the light brigade Hecht, Edward
15 75 428 There is beauty on the mountain Goss, Sir John
15 83 429 Oh my sweet Mary Goss, Sir John
15 90 430 Lo ! Where the rosy-bossom'd hours Goss, Sir John
15 99 431 Her eyes the glow-worm lend thee Goss, Sir John
15 109 432 The bells of St. Michael's Tower Stewart, Sir R. P.
15 119 433 The Cruiskeen Lawn Stewart, Sir R. P.
15 126 434 The wine-cup is circling Stewart, Sir R. P.
15 132 435 Ye mariners of England Pierson, H. Hugh
15 143 436 The Vesper Hymn Beethoven, L. van
15 147 437 What tho' sorrow oft befalls us Naumann
15 150 438 The swallows Pohlenz
15 154 439 Hope and Faith Weber, C. M. von
15 157 440 Hark ! The lark Kucken, F.
15 162 441 A walk at dawn Gade, Niles W.
16 1 442 Winter days Caldicott, A. J.
16 9 443 Homeward Leslie, Henry
16 14 444 To sea ! The calm is o'er Marshall, Florence A.
16 25 445 Rest hath come Marshall, Florence A.
16 29 446 Hymn to the moon Booth, Josiah
16 44 447 The secret Reissiger, C. G.
16 50 448 Is it to odours sweet that I sing Muller, R.
16 55 449 On the water Cuvry, R. de
16 61 450 The water-lily Gade, Niels W.
16 65 451 There's one that I love dearly Kucken, F.
16 70 452 The trees all are budding Kucken, F.
16 77 453 There sings a bird on yonder tree Abt, Franz
16 81 454 O world ! Thou art wondrous fair Hiller, F.
16 89 455 The brook Reissiger, C. G.
16 93 456 Winter song Dorn, H.
16 98 457 The arrow and the song Hay, Walter
16 104 458 Kings and Queens Pinsuti, Ciro
16 109 459 Would you ask my heart Pinsuti, Ciro
16 115 460 The Rhine-raft song Pinsuti, Ciro
16 120 461 The silent tide Pinsuti, Ciro
16 125 462 In April time Pinsuti, Ciro
16 129 463 The song to Pan Pinsuti, Ciro
16 135 464 Autumn is come again Corder, F.
16 143 465 My love beyond the sea Simms, Frank H.
16 148 466 Lord Ullin's Daughter Prescott, Oliveria
16 163 467 Slow, slow, fresh fount Walmisley, T. Attwood
17 1 468 Song of the wind Hine, Gertrude
17 10 469 Gentle winds, around her hover Musgrave, J. T.
17 14 470 The Curfew King, Oliver
17 18 471 Waken, lords and ladies gay Louis, Emile
17 27 472 Tell me where is fancy bred Pinsuti, Ciro
17 46 473 Tis twilight's holy hour Clippingdale, J.
17 52 474 Oh, I wish I were a swallow Wagner, Oscar
17 57 475 Slumber on, baby dear King, Oliver
17 63 476 Allen-a-Dale Lloyd, Charles H.
17 75 477 The sweet Spring Gladstone, Francis Edward
17 81 478 Rustic Coquette Champneys, F.
17 83 479 Hymn to Cynthia Tours, Berthold
17 88 480 Pack, clouds, away Lloyd, Charles H.
17 88 481 Two lovers Hecht, Edward
17 96 482 A Chafer's wedding Lewandowski, L.
17 112 483 Joy in spring Raff, Joachim
17 120 484 Ave Maria Raff, Joachim
17 125 485 And then no more Raff, Joachim
17 128 486 This day, in wealth of light Raff, Joachim
17 132 487 Starlit is night-time Raff, Joachim
17 135 488 In the moonlight Raff, Joachim
17 140 489 Silent happiness Raff, Joachim
17 143 490 Snowdrops Raff, Joachim
17 146 491 May-day Raff, Joachim
17 150 492 Good-night from the Rhine Raff, Joachim
17 155 493 Evening Martin, George C.
17 159 494 O, too cruel fair Rockstro, W. S.
18 1 495 The Miller's Wooing Faning, Eaton
18 11 496 When Twilight dews Gregory, James L.
18 15 497 The East Indian Gregory, James L.
18 19 498 When at Corinna's eyes I gaze Lloyd, Charles H.
18 27 499 I love my love in the morning Allen, George B.
18 32 500 The Troubadour Leslie, Henry
18 40 501 The Lass of Richmond Hill Leslie, Henry
18 45 502 In this hour of softened splendour Pinsuti, Ciro
18 51 503 The sea hath its pearls Pinsuti, Ciro
18 57 504 Ye gallant men of England Hecht, Edward
18 63 505 The Moorland Witch Hecht, Edward
18 70 506 It was a lover and his lass Barnby, J.
18 77 507 Come live with me Bennett, Sir W.S.
18 88 508 Looking for Spring Lloyd, Charles H.
18 89 509 Tell me not in mournful numbers Pinsuti, Ciro
18 96 510 There is music by the river Pinsuti, Ciro
18 108 511 Oh sunny beam Schumann, R.
18 107 512 A red, red rose Schumann, R.
18 110 513 Wanderer's Song Schumann, R.
18 117 514 Evening Song Schumann, R.
18 120 515 Ah! Woe is me Lahee, Henry
18 132 516 Sweet evening hour Reay, Samuel
18 140 517 Fair land, we greet thee Pinsuti, Ciro
18 151 518 Rise, fair Goddess of the dawn Smart, Henry
18 156 519 A garland for our fairest Hatton, J. L.


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