1933

Love’s Prisoner (How sweet I roamed from field to field)
January 1933
Words by William Blake
B–P Library, Box 5: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 3 pages and title page
Winthrop Rogers 1933 [BL: G117738], B@ [b–f’’], D [d’–a’’]
Dedicated to Muriel Brunskill
See Part Songs – with piano p. 36

February (There’s a fire at my heart)
February 1933
Words by Mordaunt Currie
B–P Library, Box 4: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 3 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: G117736], A minor [c’–e’’]

Old Wine in New Bottles
April 1933
Four Restoration Songs

  1. When Arthur first in Court began, Words Anonymous, C minor [a–e’’] dated 14 April
  2. Pious Celinda goes to prayers, Words by William Congreve, G minor [d’–d’’] dated 15 April
  3. If music be the food of love, Words Anonymous, (Henry Heveningham), G@ [a@–e’’@]
    dated 16-17 April
  4. ‘Tis wine that inspires and quenches love’s fires, Words Anonymous, (Roger Boyle), C [g–e’’]
    dated 17-18 April

B-P Library, Box 4: MS, ink, printer’s copy, 15 pages, ‘Four Songs’ (2. in A minor, 3. in A@,
with note to transpose these)
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: G117739]
Dedicated to Keith Falkner
First performance August 1933 at the Three Choirs Festival, Hereford (Keith Falkner)
See Solo Songs – other accompaniments p. 13

The Love Talker
1933
See Solo Songs – Other Accompaniments, p. 13

 

The Love Talker, Op 75 (I met the Love Talker one eve)
June 29 1933
Mezzo–soprano and full orchestra.
Words by Ethna Carbery
B–P Library Box 5: MS, full score, ink, 24 pages and title page; MS, vocal score (‘piano reduction’),
ink, dated, 9 pages and title page
RCM 6279: MS, ink, page 1 of vocal score (includes dedication)
Dedicated to Muriel Brunskill ‘a humble tribute to a great artist’
Unpublished
First performance 1933 at Three Choirs Festival, Hereford

Mistletoe (Sitting under the mistletoe)
1933
Voice and string quartet
Words by Walter de la Mare
B–P Library: MS, ink, score 2 pages, parts and title page, Bag A
Unpublished
See Solo Songs p. 4 and below

Mistletoe (Sitting under the mistletoe)
28 April 1933
Voice, string quartet and muted string orchestra
Words by Walter de la Mare
B–P Library: MS, ink, dated, score 4 pages, 19 pages of parts and title page, Bag A
Unpublished
See Solo Songs p. 4 and above

 

Songs of Childhood op 76
1933
SATB strings and piano
Words by Walter de la Mare
1. Down–adown–derry (Down a down derry)
2. Reverie (When slim Sophia mounts her horse)
3. Captain Lean (Out of the East a hurricane)

  1. The Sleeping Beauty (The scent of bramble fills the air), See Solo Songs p. 4

B-P Library, Box 8: MS, full score, ink, 21 pages and title page
See Part Songs – with piano, page 36
Unpublished

 

The Stable Door (A soft light from a stable door)
1933
SATB unaccompanied
Words by Lilian Cox
B–P Library, Box 6: MS, score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 4 pages and title page,
Winthrop Rogers/Boosey & Co 1933 [BL: E602ss8]
Dedicated to Rev. R. E. Fanshawe

 

The King’s Men (We be the King’s men, hale and hearty)
16 January 1933
TTBB
Words by Thomas Hardy
B–P Library, Box 4: MS, score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 4 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F163dd22] with tonic sol–fa

Adieu (A weary lot is thine, fair maid)
17 January 1933
TTBB
Words by Sir Walter Scott
B–P Library, Box 1: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 3 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F163dd21]

My master hath a garden (My master hath a garden fulfilled with fairest flowers)
20 January 1933
Part–song for SMA
Words Anonymous
B–P Library, Box 5: MS, score. Ink, dated, printer’s copy, 4 pages
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F217f4] with tonic sol–fa

My mistress frowns (My mistress frowns when she should play)
21 – 23 January 1933
Three-part madrigal for SSA
Words anonymous
B–P Library, Box 5: MS, score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 5 pages and title page
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F217f5] with tonic sol–fa

Now the hungry Lyon rores (Now the hungry Lyon rores)
August 1933
SATB
Words by Shakespeare
B-P Library, Box 5: MS, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 6 pages and title page
Boosey & Co 1933 [Boosey’s Modern Festival Series No. 458] [BL: F160f] with tonic sol–fa

Keith of Ravelston (The murmur of the mourning ghost)
September 1933
SATB chorus divisi
Words by Sydney Dobell
B–P Library, Box 4: MS, score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 10 pages and title page
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F585vv14] with tonic sol–fa

 

Love’s Prisoner (How sweet I roamed from field to field)
23-24 January 1933
Three–part song for female voices, SSA
Words by William Blake
B–P Library, Box 5: MS, score, ink, dated, printer’s copy, 6 pages and title page
Boosey & Hawkes 1933 [BL: F217f3] with tonic sol–fa
See Solo Songs p. 7

Songs of Childhood op 76
1933
SATB quartet
Words by Walter de la Mare
1. Down–adown–derry (Down a down derry)
2. Reverie (When slim Sophia mounts her horse)
3. Captain Lean (Out of the East a hurricane)
4. The Sleeping Beauty (The scent of bramble fills the air), See Solo Songs p. 4
B–P Library, Bag Bii: MS, ink, dated, 18 pages and title page
Box 6: MS, ink, 36 pages and title page,
Winthrop Rogers 1933 [BL: F585vv17] with tonic sol–fa
See Chorus and orchestra p. 15

 

Autumn (When the leaves from the trees all come floating down)
31 October 1933
Words by Ann Gibbs
B–P Library, Box 1: MS, ink, dated, 3 pages and title page
Boosey & Co 1933 [Songs for Schools, Unison Series No. 40] [ BL: F197h] with tonic sol–fa

The Starlighters (When I was out in the evening light)
31 October 1933
Words by Ann Gibbs
B–P Library, Box 6: MS, score, ink, printer’s copy, 2 pages and title page
Boosey & Co 1933 [Songs for Schools, Unison Series No. 41] [ BL: F197h] with tonic sol–fa
See Chorus and orchestra p. 16

 

Lorna Doone
*1933
Music for the film
Script by Basil Dean after R. D. Blackmore
See Solo Songs p.8; other accompaniments p. 14 ‘Love’s Wisdom’

 

Peacock Pie                                                                                  December 1932 – January 1933
Suite for 2 violins, viola or 3rd violin, cello, (with contrabass ad. lib.) or strings and piano
1. The Huntsmen
2. The Sunken Garden See Partsongs – with piano p. 35
3. The Ride–by–Nights
B–P Library, Box 6: MS, full score (strings and piano) with ad.lib. double bass, ink, dated, 1
9 pages and title page,
copyist’s violin 3 part
Duration: 11’
Hawkes & Son 1933 score, parts and piano [BL: g417s1]

 

String Quartet in A, Op 73                                                                                                1933
B–P Library, Box 6: Copyist’s MS, score, ink, printer’s copy, 25 pages and title page

  1. Lento espressivo
  2. Moderato
  3. Andante rubato, quasi improvisizione – con moto ma non troppo

Duration : 17’30’’
Hawkes & Son 1933 score and parts [BL: g417s2]
First performance September 1933 at Three Choirs Festival, Hereford
Daily Telegraph Prize (2nd) 1934

Miniature Quartet, Op 74                                                                                                *1933
For string quartet

  1. Moderato con grazia
  2. Andante dolce
  3. Con brio

B–P Library, Box 6: MS, score, ink, 11 pages and title page, (‘String Quartet Op 74’),
copyist’s  parts
Hawkes & Son 1934 score and parts [BL: g417r9]
Cobbett Prize 1933