1932

Sussex Ways (Though I might build the world again)
2 January 1932
Words by Mordaunt Currie
B–P Library, Box 6: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 6 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: G117741], E@ [c’–e’’@]

Juliet Anne (Juliet Anne, Juliette Anne, long ago when the world began)
5 – 6 January 1932
Words by Mordaunt Currie
B-P Library, Box 4: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 5 pages and title page
Boosey & Co 1932 [BL: G117727], D [b–d’’]; A [f’#-a’’]
Dedicated to B(enjamin) J. Dale

In the woods in June (In the woods in June, peace-haunted)
1932
Words by Mordaunt Currie
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: G117737], A [e?–a’’]
Dedicated to Isobel Baillie

Two Songs
1932
Old Rhymes, Words Anonymous

  1. Down in Yonder Meadow (Here comes a lusty wooer), D minor [c’–f’’]
    dated 15-16 February 1932
  2. Lily–Bright and shine–a (Lily-bright and shine-a) E minor [e’–g’’] dated 1931-32

B–P Library, Box 7: MS, ink, printer’s copy, 1: 2 pages and title page; 2: 3 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1932 [BL: G117732]
Dedications : 1. Ann Gibbs, 2. David Gibbs

The Ship of Rio (There was a ship of Rio)
1932
Words by Walter de la Mare
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: G117740], E@ [a@–e’’@], B&H Heritage 3
Dedicated to Stuart Robertson

Solo Songs with piano accompaniment

Five Children’s Songs From Peacock Pie
*1932
Words by Walter de la Mare

  1. The Barber’s (Gold locks, and black locks), D[d’–e’’]
  2. Miss T (It’s a very odd thing), G minor [e’@–e’’@]
  3. Old Shellover (‘Come’, said Old Shellover), D minor [d’–e’’]
  4. Hide and Seek (Hide and seek, says the wind), E minor [d’–e’’]
  5. Then (Twenty, forty, sixty, eighty), C minor [c’–e’’@]

B-P Library, Box 6: MS, ink, printer’s copy, 8 pages, (with Songs of Childhood Op 76)
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: G117734]

 

Old Wine in New Bottles
1932
Four Restoration Songs for baritone and orchestra
Unpublished

See Solo Songs for details p. 7

 

The Highwayman, Op 72 (The wind was a torrent of darkness)
March – April 1932
Chorus (SATB) and full orchestra or small orchestra: woodwind, 1 trumpet, 2 horns, strings,
piano, or strings, piano, drums
Words by Alfred Noyes
B–P Library, Box 4: MS, ink, vocal score, ink, printer’s copy, 60 pages and title page
Bag Bi: MS, vocal score, dated, 44 pages and title page, ‘first draft’
Duration: 25’
Boosey & Hawkes 1932 vocal score [BL: E1592pp3] (‘all parts available on hire’)
Dedicated to George Dyson
First performance 2 March 1933 at Winchester College Music School
(Winchester City Festival Choir & String Orchestra)

May in the Greenwood (In somer when the shawes be sheyre)
January 1932
For SA or TB or ST/AB chorus and string orchestra
Words Anonymous 15th century
RCM 4858: MS, dated

See Part Songs – with piano p. 35, No 2 of ‘Three Festival Choruses

 

Andy Battle (Once and there was a young sailor)
*1932
Part–song for SATB
Words by Walter de la Mare
Winthrop Rogers 1933 [BL: F585uu36] with tonic sol–fa

 

Titania (In quiet woods long leagues away)
October 1932
Two part song
Words by Mordaunt Currie
B–P Library, Box 7: MS, score, ink, dated printer’s copy, 6 pages and title page
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: E263j8] with tonic sol–fa
Dedicated to Langford Grove
See Solo Songs p. 7

Dream Pedlary (If there were dreams to sell)
*1932
Two–part song
Words by Thomas Lovell Beddoes
OUP 1933 [Oxford Choral Songs No. 106 with tonic sol–fa] BL[ F1777a]; Roberton 1996 [BL: F1058aa14];
Goodmusic 2003
See Part Songs – other accompaniments p. 40; Unison Songs p. 42;

The Sunken Garden (Speak not – whisper not)
1932
Part–song for SMC
Words by Walter de la Mare
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F217f6] with tonic sol–fa
Dedicated to The Allendale Ladies Choir
See Orchestral Music – Piano and strings p. 48, ‘Peacock Pie’

 

Almayne, Op 71
*1932
4 harmonisations for strings on English 17th century air
Duration: 5’
Assigned Boosey & Hawkes for hire library
See Chamber Music p. 52

 

Almayne
*1932
For violin and piano
B-P Library, Box 1: MS, ink, 4 pages
Unpublished

See Orchestra – string orchestra p. 49