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Op.46 - Mass in G major for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, and orchestra (1892) (Novello). First performance 1893.
Op.47 - 4 Part-Songs (1892) (Novello).
No.1: Soft, soft wind
No.2: Sing heigh ho
No.3: Airly Beacon
No.4: The Knight's tomb
Op.48 - Incidental Music to 'Becket' (unpublished as of 1921, except for a duet published in 1898). First performance 1893. (Funeral March from this score was arranged for organ by Nicholson and published by Stainer & Bell in 1925.)
The Golden Legend for soloists, chorus, and orchestra (composed 1875).
Choric Ode for chorus and orchestra (composed 1907).
An Ancient Melody for violin and piano.
6 Irish Dances for violin and piano.
6 Irish Marches for violin and piano.
Te Deum Laudamus in B♭ major for chorus and organ (or larger accompaniment?) (3 pages) (with introduction added for the Coronation of 1902, and published by Novello around then. (Can be purchased via Amazon.com or borrowed from a number of libraries...))
Editions, Arrangements, etc.
God Save the King for voices and orchestra (Boosey).
The National Song Book: A Complete Collection of Folk Songs, Carols, and Rounds , Suggested by the Board of Education for the use of Schools
J.S. Bach's St. Matthew's Passion (Stainer and Bell).