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EDGAR L. BAINTON

List of Compositions

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EDGAR BAINTON - List of Songs and Part-Songs

Bainton’s songs and part-songs form the largest part of his creative output. Quite a number of the solo songs were presents for his wife. The part-songs were written at a time when choirs, competitive festivals and school singing demanded a ready supply of such works from composers of Bainton’s period. Wherever possible, works are listed in chronological order.

SOLO SONGS (Voice with Piano)

(1) FOUR SONGS Op.2 (poems by W.E.Henley) - February 1899- June 1901

When the wind storms by

Life is bitter

O gather me the rose

The April sky

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(2) FOUR SONGS Op.3 - June 1899- March 1903

Coronach (Walter Scott)

The Sea (Keats)

The Stranger

The Knight’s Return (Charles Kingsley)

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(3) FOUR SONGS Op.6 - January 1904- June 1906

Three Shadows (Rossetti)

There’s a woman like a dewdrop (Browning)

Meeting at night (Browning)

At the moon’s soft splendour (Shelley)

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(4) THREE SONGS Op.12 (William Watson) - May 1907

April

Thy Voice

Under the dark and tiny street

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(5) FIVE SONGS Op.17 (W.W.Gibson) - June 1908- April 1909

The day has come

King Ormel

I know a pool

Star and song

Mist

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(6) SIX SONGS (Fiona MacLeod) - May 1910

The Bells of Sorrow

Like bells in the wind

The three evils of the night

Fern branches

LULLABY and ROSEEN DHU are the only songs to be published from this cycle (see no. 1)

(1) LULLABY (Fiona MacLeod) - May 1910

Published: Stainer and Bell, 1912

(2) MOTHER TO BABE (George Meredith) - June 1st. 1910

Published: Stainer and Bell, 1912

(3) ROSEEN DHU (Fiona MacLeod) - June 13th 1910

Published: Stainer and Bell, 1912

(4) SONG-CYCLE (Ezra Pound) Op.25 - May-June 1911

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(5) A SONG OF THE VIRGIN MOTHER (Ezra Pound) - June 12th 1911

Published: Novello, 1912

(6) SYLVIA (Francis Thompson) - June 13th 1911

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(7) THE CLOUD (Shelley) - Unison Song for Female voices February 28th 1912

Published: Curwen, 1913 (Choruses for equal voices no. 1362)

(8) RING OUT, WILD BELLS (Tennyson) - April 16th 1912

Published: Oxford University Press, 1924 (D Minor and C Minor), also issued as a Unison Song (Oxford Choral Songs no.1, 1923 and 1925).

(9) A ROSEBUD (Robert Burns) - Unison song for female voices. April 18th 1912

Published: Edward Arnold, 1918 (Singing Class Music no.33)

(10) FLOWER OF BEAUTY (George Darley) - April 20th 1912

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

TWO ELIZABETHAN SONGS:

(11a) SLOW, SLOW FRESH FOUNT (Ben Jonson) - June 11th 1912

MS in Mitchell Library collection

Published: Joseph Williams, 1920

(11b) WITHIN A GREENWOOD SWEET (Anon.) - June 12th 1912

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(12) A DOVE (Keats) - July 17th 1912

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(13) SONG-CYCLE: "A SISTER OF SORROW" (Gordon Bottomley) Op.30 (1913)

Up the road (comp. June 16th)

Weeping cross (comp. June 17th)

Wedding Eve (comp. June 18th)

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(14) I WORE YOUR ROSES YESTERDAY (C. Thaxter) - Sept. 18th 1913

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(15) SONGS OF NIGHT AND MORNING Op.31 (Gordon Bottomley) 1914

Sanctuaries (comp.April 21st) published: Winthrop Rogers, 1924

Spring Comes comp. April 24th) " - " " 1924

Valley Moonlight (comp. April 24th) " - " " 1920

Dawn (comp. April 25th) " - " " 1924

(16) THE SHIP OF RIO (Walter de le Mare) - May 12th 1914

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(17) SONGS FOR A GARDENER (Rabindranath Tagore) - 1914

My heart, bird of the wilderness

Though the evening comes with slow steps

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(18) ALL NIGHT UNDER THE MOON (W.W. Gibson) - 1917

(composed in Ruhleben Internment Camp)

Published: Winthrop Rogers, 1920

(19) TWO SONGS (A.E. (George Russell) - 1919

The well of all healing (comp. June 4th 1919)

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

Frolic (comp. June 9th 1919)

Published: Curwen, 1920

(20) A CASUALTY (W.W. Gibson) - September 6th 1919

Published: Augener, 1919

(21) AWAKE MY HEART (Robert Bridges) - May 10th 1920

Unpublished: Whereabouts unknown

(22) LOVE IN MY HEART FROM HEAVEN FELL (Robert Bridges) June 14th 1920

MS in Mitchell Library collection,

Published: Boosey and Hawkes, 1923

(23) THE NIGHTINGALE (Harold Munro) - June 16th 1920

Published: Curwen, 1920

(24) HIVES (W.W.Gibson) - May 18th 1921

Published: Stainer and Bell

(25) TWO SONGS (H. Orsmond Anderton) - 1Y21

The Faery Isle (comp. May 22nd)

A parable in porcelain (comp. May 23rd.)

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MSS unknown

(26) TWO SONGS (W.H.Davies) - June 8th 1921

Laughing rose - Published: Curwen, 1921

Love and the Muse - Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection)

(27) STRINGS IN THE EARTH (James Joyce) - April 29th 1922

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

(28) TO THE CHILDREN (Longfellow) - May 10th 1922

Published: J.B. Cramer, 1923

(29) THE TWILIGHT PEOPLE (Seumus O’Sullivan) - June 12th 1922

MS in Mitchell Library collection

Published: J.B. Cramer, 1923

(30) ANGEL SPIRITS OF SLEEP (Robert Bridges) - May 28th 1923

MS in Mitchell Library collection

Published: Oxford University Press, 1925

(31) TWO UNISON SONGS - June 4th 1923

The Enchanted Garden (F.T. Palgrave)

Little Trotty Wagtail (John Clare) - Published: Leonard Gould, 1929

(32) THE MOTH (Walter de la Mare) - June 6th 1923

Unpublished: Two MSS copies in Mitchell Library collection

(33) TWO SONGS (James Thomson) - 1923

Gifts (comp.June 11th.) Published: Stainer and Bell, 1924

The Poet (comp. June 12th.) Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(34) BY THE MOON (Thomas Ravenscroft) - Unison Song - January 29th 1924

Published: Curwen, 1925 (Choruses for equal voices no. 1646)

(35) TWO SONGS (Francis Ledwidge) - June 17th 1924

Evening

The Find

MS of both in Mitchell Library collection

Published: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew,Ltd.

(36) TWO NURSERY RHYMES (Christina Rossetti) - Unison s. July 1st 1924

When the cows come home

When a mounting skylark sings

Published: Year Book Press, 1925, (as part of "Kikirikee", a collection of

Rossetti settings for children by various composers, with facsimile signatures)

(37) THE JOYOUS WANDERER (Alice Meynell) - September 18th ‘24

Published: Boosey and Hawkes, 1925

(38) TWO UNISON SONGS - June 30th 1925

Sweet Robin (William Blake)

Lady Daffadowndilly (Christina Rossetti)

Published: Novello

(39) THE COTTAGER’S LULLABY (Wordsworth) - July 14th 1925

Published: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, Ltd.

(40) THE VIRGINIAN VOYAGE (Michael Drayton) - May 17th 1926

Published: Novello

(41) THE CAKEWALK (W.W.Gibson) - May 18th 1926

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(42) A BALLAD OF DREAMLAND (A.E. Swinburne) - May 25th 1926

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(43) TWO UNISON SONGS (Tennyson) - May 31st 1926

The City Child

The sea-shell’s lullaby

Published: Novello, 1925 (Novello School songs nos. 1465 and 1466)

(44) THE MASTER-SINGER (Early Italian trans.D.G.Rosetti) June 22nd 1926

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(45) THE LITTLE WAVES OF BREFFNY (Eva Gore Booth) - June 23rd 1926

Published: Elkin and Co., 1927

(46) YOUNG LOVE LIES DREAMING (Christina Rosetti) - July 5th 1927

Published: Joseph Williams, 1928

(47) THE LITTLE CELANDINE (Wordsworth) - Unison Song July 6th 1927

Published: Joseph Williams, 1928

(48) BOY JOHNNY (Christina Rosetti) - July 19th 1927

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

(49) A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Herrick) - Unison Song - September 27th ‘27

Published: Oxford University Press, 1928 (Oxford Choral Songs no. 96)

(50) A CRADLE SONG (Padraic Colum) - April 18th 1928

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

(51) A NOSEGAY (John Reynolds) - May 1st 1928

Published: Boosey and Hawkes, 1929

(52) PRAISE OF CYNTHIA (Edmund Spenser) - June 19th 1928

Published: Novello, 1928

(53) HEART’S DELIGHT (Lascelles Abercrombie) - February 4th 1929

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

(54) TWO UNISON SONGS (Anon.) - 1929

Jolly shepherd (comp. October 8th.) (Novello School Songs no. 651)

Sea-Goddess (comp. October 15th)

Published: Novello, 1930

(55) HEAVENLY BEAUTY (Spenser) - Unison Song - November 13th 1929

Published: Elkin and Co. 1930 ("The Elkin Choral Series")

(56) THE TRIUMPH OF MAEVE (Eva Gore-Booth) - February 20th 1931

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

(57) FORTH THEY WENT (Eva Gore-Booth) - February 25th 1931

Unpublished: MS in Mitchell Library collection

(58) TWO SONGS (Edmund Blunden) - June 13th-17th ‘31

Shooting star at harvest

Wild Cherry Tree

Unpublished: both MSS in Mitchell Library collection

(59) A RED, RED ROSE - 1947

Published, Chappell and Co., 1951

 

VOICE AND ORCHESTRA

(1) TWO SONGS BY EDWARD CARPENTER OP.13 For Baritone and Orchestra

Christmas Eve (comp. June 29th. 1910) Little bird within thy cage (comp. July 6th. 1910)

Unpublished: MSS full score and parts in Mitchell Library collection, copy held with the Edgar Bainton (UK) Society.

(2) AN ENGLISH IDYLL (Neville Cardus) - 1956 Baritone and Orchestra

First performed by Harold Williams and the ABC Symphony Orchestra, cond. Bainton in 1956, for B’s retirement concert. Reviewed by the author!

Unpublished: MSS score and parts at Symphony Australia Library, Sydney) Recording: ABC recording of 1977

APPENDIX: Bainton’s notebook lists as "Op. 15": TWO SONGS (W.B. Yeats)

(1) The Fiddler of Dooney

(2) The Cap and Bells

The second of these was believed to have been performed at a "Musical League" concert in Birmingham in 1913, conducted by the composer, but no material appears to have survived).

 

EDGAR BAINTON (UK) SOCIETY

PART SONGS in chronological order:

(1) THE MIRACLE (W.W.Gibson) - July 1908

Published: Breitkopf and Hartel, SATB unacc.

(2) TWO SCOTTISH FOLKSONGS - May 1910

The Winter it is Past - Published: Novello, SATB+piano, no.1207.

Recorded: The

Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC RRC/66, recorded 1967.

The Water-Side (Published: Novello, SATB+piano, also Musical Times no.812)

(3) THE BALLAD OF SEMMERWATER (William Watson) - May 1910

Published: Curwen Ed.no. 60962, SATB unacc.

(4) "NIGHT" (William Blake) - June 19th 1911

Published: Stainer and Bell, 1914 (Choral Library no. 121) SATB unacc.

Recorded: City Chamber Choir, dir. Stephen Jones BMS CD417, issued 1995.

(5) "I LOVE THE JOCUND DANCE" (William Blake) - June 20th 1911

Published: Stainer and Bell, 1913 (Choral Library no. 120) SATB unacc.

(6) "SHED NO TEARS (Keats) - January 29th 1912

Published: Joseph Williams, 2-part ladies vcs.+ piano

(7) PHYLLIS THE FAIR (Robert Burns) - February 26th 1912

Published: Novello, 1913 SATB unacc. (Scottish folk melody)

Recorded: The Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC RRC/66 rec. 1967

(8) THERE IS SWEET MUSIC (Tennyson) - April 17th 1912

Published: Curwen no. 71398, 1913, (Choruses for equal voices no. 1398) 2-part ladies vcs.+ piano.

(9) A ROSEBUD (Robert Burns) - April 18th 1912

Published: Edward Arnold, unison ladies vcs.+piano (Singing class music no.33)

(10) BLOW, BUGLE, BLOW (Tennyson) - April 19th 1912

Published: Curwen no. 71457, 1915, SSAA unacc. Choruses for equal vcs. no.1457

(11) A SONG OF THE VIRGIN MOTHER (Ezra Pound) - April 30th 1912

Published: Novello, 1912, SATB unacc. (Novello’s Christmas Carols no. 367)

(12) WHERE ARE THE JOYS (Scottish trad.) - February 10th ‘13

Published: Novello, 2-part+piano

(13) SPRING (Thomas Nashe) - February 17th ‘13

Published: Joseph Williams, 2-part+piano

(14) THE CLOWN’S COURTSHIP (Anon.) - March 17th 1913

Published: Curwen no. 61025, 1914 SATB unacc. (Choral Handbook no. 1025)

(15) A FEDERAL SONG (Reginald Buckley) - March 21st 1913

Published: Curwen no. 61024, 1914 SATB unacc. (Choral Handbook no. 1024)

(16) THE MAKING OF VIOLA (Francis Thompson) - April 22nd - May 14th 1913

Published: Joseph Williams, 1914 children’s vcs.+ piano

(17) WINTER (Christina Rosetti) - July 7th 1913

Published: Joseph Williams, 1914 2-part vcs.+piano (St. Cecilia series no.13)

(18) SING, LITTLE BIRD (C. Thaxter) - September 17th ‘13

Published: Augener, 1914, 2-part vcs.+ piano

(19) THE CASTLE OF KING MACBETH (Owen Meredith) - Sept. 30th 1913

Male vcs. unacc. Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(20) TWO PART-SONGS FOR SATB (Alfred Noyes) - April 27-28 ‘14

In the cool of the evening

The world’s May-Queen

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MSS unknown

(21) AUTUMN IN THE ORCHARD (Gordon Bottomley) - June 3rd 1914

Published: Curwen no. 61046, 1915, SATB unacc. (Choral Handbook no. 1046)

(22) THE DEAD (Rupert Brooke) - July 1918 SATB unacc.

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown

(23) THE SEA (Keats) - Feb. 26th 1919

Published: Edward Arnold, 1919, SSA unacc. (Singing Class Music no. 204)

(24) SHEPHERD’S HYMN (Richard Crashaw) - March 12th 1919

Published: Curwen, 1919, 2-part sops.+piano (Choruses for equal voices no. 1534)

(25) NIGHTFALL (Edward Harding) - March 24th 1919

Published: Year Book Press, SATB unacc.

(26) O WHERE DO FAIRIES HIDE THEIR HEADS? (T.Haynes Bayley) March 25th 1919

Published: Year Book Press, 1919, SSA + piano (series no. 165)

(26) THE FILLING OF THE SWAMPS (W.H.Ogilvie) - March 27th 1919

MS: Royal College of Music Library, presented by Mrs. J. Barham-Johnson,1970)

Published: Year Book Press, 2-part + piano (series no. 124)

(27) THE HEATHER (Neil Munro) - April 30th 1919

Unpublished, Whereabouts of MS unknown, SATB unacc.

(28) SUMMER’S CALL (F. Hemans) - 1915

Published: Joseph Williams, 1919, 2-part + piano, ((Collection of 2-part songs for treble voices, 4th series no. 9). Composed in Ruhleben Camp.

(29) INTO THE SILENT LAND (Longfellow) - 1914

Published: Curwen, 1919, SATB unacc. (Choral Handbook no. 1107). Composed while detained at Frankfurt, outbreak of WW1. Recorded: Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC PRX/5600

(30) THE NIGHT BIRD (Charles Kingsley) - May 13th 1919

Published: Curwen, 1920, SSA + piano (Choruses for equal voices no. 1537)

(31) THE GOLD OF THE KING’S HIGHWAY (J. Rundall) - May 22nd 1919

Published: Year Book Press, 1919 trio of treble vcs. + piano (series no.169)

(32) ABOU BEN ADHEM (Leigh Hunt) - May 27th 1919

Published: Year Book Press, 1921, SATB unacc. (series no. 183)

(33) WHAT THE WOODLANDS SAY (Charles Kingsley) - June 2nd. 1919

Published: Joseph Williams, 1920, SS + piano (St. Cecilia, 12th series no.15)

(34) MAY QUEEN OF BLOSSOMS (Edward Thurlow) - October 7th. 1919

Published: Edward Arnold, 2-part treble vcs.+ piano

(35) BIRD OF THE WILDERNESS (James Hogg) - April 3rd 1920

Published: Year Book Press, 1921 2-part + piano (series no. 187)

(36) THE NIGHT BIRD (Charles Kingsley) - May 4th 1920

MS: Mitchell Library collection

Published: Curwen, 1920, SSA+piano, (Choruses for equal voices no. 1537)

(37) MY DOVES (E.B. Browning) - May 11th 1920

Published: Year Book Press, 1920, 2-part + piano (series no. 173)

(38) DEVILSWATER (W.W.Gibson) - November 15th 1920

Published: Curwen, 1921, TTBB unacc. (The Apollo Club no. 579)

(39) THE ELF-QUEEN (Anon.) - April 29th 1921

Published: Edward Arnold, 1922, SSA unacc. (Singing Class Music no. 208)

(40) THE LARK’S SONG (Anon.) - July 13th 1921

Published: Joseph Williams, 1922, 2-part + piano (St. Cecilia 12th ser.no.18)

(41) NOVEMBER (John Keble) - December 6th 1921

Published: Edward Arnold, 1925, SATB unacc. (Arnold’s Choral Music no. 511)

(42) MARINER’S SONG (Thomas Lovell Beddoes) - February 1st.1922

Published: ‘Music and Youth’ Magazine (Anglo-French Co.), 1923, also: Oxford University Press, 1927, (The Oxford Choral Songs no. 146). 2-part.

(43) A DROP OF DEW (Andrew Marvell) - August 31st. 1922

Unpublished: Whereabouts of MS unknown, 2-part + piano

(44) YE LITTLE BIRDS THAT SIT AND SING (Thomas Heywood) October 3rd. 1922

Published: Oxford University Press, 1923, 3-part SSA & piano (The Oxford Choral Songs no. 201)

(45) OLD WINTER (T. Noel) - October 11th. 1922

Published: Oxford University Press, 1923, 2-part + piano (The Oxford Choral Songs no. 101).

(46) TO MUSIC (R. Herrick) - November 21st 1922

Published: Edward Arnold, 1923, SATB unacc. (Arnolds Choral Music no. 501)

(47) SUMMER (Shelley) - June 18th. 1923

Published: Joseph Williams, 1924, trio of treble vcs. (St. Cecilia 14 srs.no.20)

(48) CALL OF THE MORNING (George Darley) - October 1923

Published: ‘Youth and Music’ Magazine, 2-part vcs.+ piano

(49) THE SPRING ROSE (William Browne) - November 12th 1924

Published: Joseph Williams, 1925, 4-part ladies’ vcs. SSCC (St. Cecilia Series 17 no. 17.)

(50) THE SPINNING WHEEL (Wordsworth) - February 17th 1925

Published: Edwin Ashdown, 1925, SSC & piano

(51) TO A SKYLARK (Wordsworth) - February 22nd 1925

Published: Edwin Ashdown, 1925, SATB unacc.

(52) A WAKING SONG (Scott) - February 23rd 1925

Published: Edwin Ashdown, 1925, TTBB unacc.

(53) WHAT WAY DOES THE WIND COME? (Wordsworth) - March 3rd. 1925

Published: Elkin and Co., 1925, 2-part SS + piano

(54) A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT (E.B. Browning) - March 11th. 1925

Published: Elkin and Co., 1925, SATB unacc. (Elkin’s Choral Series no. 1474)

(55) MATIN SONG (Thomas Heywood) - April 20th. 1926

Published: Oxford University Press, 1927, TBB unacc. (Oxford Choral Srs. 609)

(56), GO LOVELY ROSE (Edmund Waller) - April 23rd. 1926

Published: Elkin and Co., 1926, TTBB unacc. (Elkin Choral Series. no. 1549)

(57) THE BLACKBIRD (Elizabethan lyric) - June 2nd. 1926

Published: Curwen, 1926, 2-part + piano (Choruses for equal voices no. 1707)

(58) THE GOLDEN SKEIN (William Blake) - July 18th. 1927

Published: Novello 1928, SATB unacc. (also ‘The Musical Times’ 1928)

Recorded: Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC RRC/66 rec. 1967

(59) TWO SCOTTISH FOLKSONGS arranged for SATB - October 3-4th ‘27

Rosy May - Published: Novello, 1928, also ‘The Musical Times’ no. 1023)

Behold, my love how green the groves - Published: Oxford University Press ‘28

(60) THE GREEN LINNET (Wordsworth) - February 7th 1928

Published: Novello, 1928, 2-part + piano (Octavo Ed. of 2-part songs no. 238)

(61) IF I WERE YONDER WAVE (Thomas Moore) - February 21st 1928

Published: Novello, 1928, 4-part male vcs. (The Orpheus no. 606)

(62) IF I HAD BUT TWO LITTLE WINGS (Coleridge) - March 27th. 1928

Published: Elkin and Co., 1928 4-part male vcs. (Elkin Choral Series no. 1670)

(63) "SIRENA" (Michael Drayton) - May 28th. 1928

Published: Elkin and Co., 2-part + piano (Elkin Choral Series no. 1679)

(64) BRIDAL SONG (J. Fletcher) - May 30th. 1928

Published: Novello, 1928, SSC + piano (Octavo Edition of Trios no. 524)

Recorded: Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, Noreen Stokes - piano, ABC RRC/67, recorded in 1967.

(65) A MERRY MEETING (Anon.) - June 5th. 1928

Published: Elkin and Co. 1928, SATB unacc. (Elkin Choral Series no. 1678)

(66) LYCIDAS (Milton) - June 6th. 1928

Published: Year Book Press, 1928, 3-part SSC unacc. (series no. 317)

(67) A SHEPHERD’S ROUNDELAY (Edmund Spenser) - June 19th. 1928

Published: Year Book Press, 1929, SATB unacc. (series no. 329)

(68) ASTROPHEL (Spenser) - March 25th. 1929

Published: Novello, 1929, 2-part + piano (Octavo ed. of 2-part songs no. 250)

(69) THE SHEPHERD’S SONG (John Still) - April 5th. 1929

Published: Winthrop Rogers, 1929, 2-part vcs. + piano

(70) IN YOUTH IS PLEASURE (Robert Wever) - October 6th. 1929

Published: Oxford University Press, 1930, ATBB unacc. (O.Choral Songs no. 608)

(71) TO A NIGHTINGALE (Milton) - October 30th. 1929

Published: Elkin and Co. 1930, SATB unacc.

(72) THE NYMPH’S SONG (Michael Drayton)) - February 13th. ‘31

Published: Joseph Williams, 1933, 2-part vcs.+piano (St. Cecilia srs.22 no.12)

(73) PASTOURELLA (H. Sheers) - February 17th 1931

Published: Elkin and Co. 1941, SATB unacc. (Elkin Choral Series no. 1796)

Recorded: Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC RRC/66, recorded 1967.

(74) SEAL UP HER EYES, O SLEEP (W. Cartwright) - March 2nd. 1931

Published: Boosey and Hawkes, 1931, SSA + piano (Modern Festival Srs. no.214)

(75) THE GODDESSES’ GLORY (Anon.) - June 26th. 1931

Published: Novello, 1931, SATB unacc. (Novello’s Part-Song Book no. 1460)

Recorded: Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC PRX/5600.

(76) SPRING’S QUEEN (Sir John Davies) - May 1932

Published: Oxford University Press, 1933, SSA + piano (O.Choral Songs no. 552)

(77) THE FOUR WINDS (Thomas Love Peacock) - June 29th. 1932

Published: Oxford University Press, 1934, SATB unacc. (O.Choral Songs no. 761)

(78) MERLIN’S APPLE-TREES (Thomas Love Peacock) - March 20th. 1933

Published: Oxford University Press 1934, 2-part vcs. + piano (Ch.Songs no.173)

(79) SERENADE (John Gibson Lockhart) - July 3rd. 1933

Published: Leonard Gould, 1950, TTBB unacc. (L.G.B.Choral Repertoire no. 80)

(80) TO THE FRINGED GENTIAN (William Cullen Bryant) - July 10th. 1933

Published: Joseph Williams 1951, 2-part choir & piano (St. Cecilia ser.27 no.10)

(81) LULLY LULLAY - 1950

Published: Joseph Williams 1950, SSA unacc. (St. Cecilia series 27 no. 11)

Recorded: Adelaide Singers, cond. Patrick Thomas, ABC RRC/67, recorded Nov.’67

(82) KING CANUTE (Wordsworth) - 1954

Published: Allan’s of Melbourne, 4-part vcs.



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