PART-SONGS – WITH PIANO

The fairy ship (As I went down thro’ Eden Vale) November 1913

Soprano solo with two-part chorus

Words by Henry Nemo

MS: B-P Archive. Bag Bi: ink, dated, 5 pages and title page

Unpublished

The Lady of Shalott July – September 1916

for mezzo-soprano solo and SA chorus (solos may be sung by unison chorus)

Words by Alfred Lord Tennyson

MS: B-P Archive, Bag Bi: ink, dated, printer’ copy, 24 pages and title page

Curwen 1929; Curwen/Schirmer 1942? with tonic sol-fa. NA

The bee’s song (Thousands of thorns there be on the Rozes) 18 September 1917

 

 

Solo voice and three-part chorus for SSC

Words by Walter de la Mare

MS: B-P Archive, Bag Bi: ink, dated, 5 pages and title page

Curwen 1930 with tonic sol-fa [Choruses for equal voices No 1996]. Music Sales

 

Come away, death (Come away, come away death)               6-7 February 1918

2 voices

Words by Shakespeare

MS: B-P Archive, Bag A: ink, dated, 4 pages

Unpublished

Full fathom five (Full fathom five thy father lies)                          6-7 May 1918

2 voices

Words by Shakespeare

MS: B-P Archive, Bag A: ink, dated, 3 pages (poor condition)

Unpublished

Atishoo (Sneeze, Pretty, sneeze, Dainty)                                          8 August 1918

SA solo SA chorus

Words by Walter de la Mare

MS: B-P Archive, Bag A: ink, dated, 2 pages and title page

Curwen 1922 [Choruses for equal voices No. 1573]. Music Sales

 

Dame Hickory (Dame Hickory, Dame Hickory, here’s sticks for your fire)                                                                                                                        14 August 1918

Duet for SA

Words by Walter de la Mare

MS: B-P Archive, Bag A: ink, dated, printer’s copy, 3 pages and title page

Curwen 1922 [Choruses for equal voices No 1572]. Music Sales

 

A song of shadows (Sweep thy faint strings, musicians)       1921

Part-song for SSC

Words by Walter de la Mare

Goodwin & Tabb 1921; Curwen 1925 [Choruses for equal voices No. 1634]; Hawkes & Son 1930. B & H.

 

Five Eyes (In Hans’ old mill his three black cats)

Words by Walter de la Mare

Part-song for SA

Goodwin & Tabb1921; Curwen 1921 {Choruses for equal voices No. 1633].    

B & H.

 

Spring (Spring, the sweet spring is the year’s pleasant king)             1922

Two-part song

Words by Thomas Nashe

OUP 1923 [Oxford Choral Songs No. 107 with tonic sol-far]; Elkin 1979. NA.

 

Gwerthu Breuddwydion (Pe gwerthwyn frenddwydin fil)    1922  

Two-part song in Welsh

Words by Thomas Lovell Beddoes, translated by D. Lloyd Jenkins

OUP 1923. Banks.

 

Three Festival Choruses Op 61                17 April 1927

for SA or TB or ST/AB chorus

a. Beyond the Spanish Main (The moon is up, the stars are bright); Words by Alfred Noyes. Music Sales.

 b. May in the greenwood (In somer when the shawes be sheyre); Words anonymous 15thy century. Music Sales.

 c. The emigrant (Going by Daly’s shanty I heard the boys within); Words by John Masefield. Music Sales.

MS: B-P Archive, Bag Bii: ink, dated, printer’s copy, 15 pages and title page.

Curwen 1927 with tonic sol-far [Choral Handbook Nos. 1229, 1227, 1228]. NA.