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THE LIBRARY 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITt 

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Dedicated to My Sisters. 



ocAL Duets, 



FOR 



Soprano andTenor. 

N?I....EDENLAND words by the author of JOHN HALIFAX. GENT: 

2. THE BOY AND THE BROOK ...words by LONGFELLOW. 

3 ...ON HER LOVER^S ARM SHE LEANT... words by LORD TENNYSON. 
4....THE FOUNTAINS MINGLE WITH THE RIVER words by SHELLEY. 

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I^EDERICH.COWEN, 



Price Three Shillings net. 
L. O N D O N, 

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JOSEPH WILLIAMS'S ALBUMS. 



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No. I. VOCAL. 



CONTENTS. 

White Squall . « 

Sweet Nightingale ._...._....«.. 

She wore a wreath .„.„.„..>.„.».» 

Bloom is on the rye ..^.^.^..^.^ .....>.... 

light of other days ^.^ 

What we have loved 

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.G. Barker 

^^^.^F. Boscovitch 

P. Knight 

{. R. Bishop 

...M. Balfe 

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No. 3. INSTRUMENTAL. 
FLORIAN PASCAL. 

CONTENTS. 

Stray Leaves. Twelve Little Sketches for Piano, 

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No. 5. INTSRUMENTAL, 
W. STBRNDALE BENNETT'S WORKS.— PIANO STUDIES. 

CONTENTS. 

Six Studies. Op. II. Tv^o Studies. Op. 29. 

Edited by ARTHUR O'LEARY. 

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No. 7. VOCAL. 
SIX VOCAL DUETS BY FLORIAN PASCAL 

For Soprano and Contralto. 

CONTENTS. 

■0. ■. LuUaby.. G. Wither 

a. Bird of the vnldemess ^. ...«.-....«..«.«.. ~...y. I^ogg 

3. Sweet day so cool - « „.^Geo. Herbert 

4. Sigh no more, ladies ..._._....» Shakspere 

5. Day is over ...„ ^.^.^.Barry Cornwall 

6. love and the Rose Sir Walter Scott 

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No, 9. INSTRUMENTAL. 
IViEUE DRAWING-ROOM STUDIES BY KUHE. 

CONTENTS. 

! from Mfliul's " Joseph " On the Tremolando 

I vain to tell (Swiss Air) ^ ...On Repeated Notes 

3. Duetto, " L'Elisir d'Amore " ..On the Staccato 

4. Oft in the stilly night .On the Legato 

f. Robin Ad^ ^. On the Shake 

6. My lodging is on the cold ground On Grace Notes 

f. The Blue Bells of Scotland On Scales 

1. CasuDtva On the Cantabile 

9. The Russian Hymn On Reversed Position 

ta Chorus from " II Flauto Magico " On Thirds 

21. Ah I che la morte On Arpeggios 

X*. Charlie is my darling On Octaves 

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JOSIAH PITTMAN. 

DIVERSIONS, Book II.— Containing Preludes and Fugues by 
John Travers, Dr. John Blow, Henry Purcell, Dr. Arnk, 



Dr. Green, &c., &c. 



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No. 13. INSTRUMENTAL. 



SIR MICHAEL COSTA.- ELI." 

Favourite Airs arranged for Piano. 
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SIR MICHAEL COSTA.- ' ELI." 

Favourite Aira arranged for Harmonium or American Organ, 



No. 2. INSTRUMENTAL. 



W. STERNDALE BENNETT'S WOR^iS. 

CONTENTS. 

Three Musical Sketches, Op. 10. Capriccio, Op. a. Schetxjo, Op. 27. 
Edited by ARTHUR O'LEARY. | 

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MARCH ALBUM, 



Torchlight (From 

March 

March. (From " Zauberflote ") 

Bride's March. (Froic " Lohengrin' 

March in "Rinaldo" 

The Ni^ht Patrol March 

Dead March in "Saul" 

March in D 



CONTENTS. 

Cloches de Corneville ") „.-JP. PlanquttU 

„.„ L.-(?/«fil 

.'.'."["'Z^'.'Zl^.l...Moaari 

i„ Wagner 
'ZZ7S?Z'^ll!\.^Ham(ei 

j-Z. Wify 

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March » C\ Reinecke 

Festal March .- W. Smalluood 

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W. STERNDALE BENNETT'S WCBKS, 

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No, 8. VOCAL. 
PATRIOTIC SONGS. 

CONTENTS, 
Flag that braved a thousand years I God save the Queei 
My ancestors were Englishmen I Brave Old Oak 
Tug of War | I'd rather be an Englishman 

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DIVERSIONS, Book I.— Containing Preludes and Fugjaes by 



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No. 12, VOCAL, 



FREDERIC H. COWEN.—SONG ALBUM. I 

CONTENTS. I 

The night has a thousand eyes I If thou wilt remember 
Rondel (Kiss me, sweetheait) I think of all thou art to me 
Good-night | Alas, alas ! how easily things go wrong 

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SIR MICHAEL COSTA.-" NAAMAN." 

Favourite Airs arranged for Piano. 
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SIR MICHAEL COSTA 

Favourite Airs arranged for F 



ALBUM N? 29 



Dedicated to My Sisters. 



OUR 



ocAL Duets, 



FOR 



Soprano andTenor 



N? I...EDENLAND words by the author of JOHN HALIFAX, GENT: 

2. ..THE BOY AND THE BROOK ..words by LONGFELLOW. 

3. ON HER LOVER^S ARM SHE LEANT. ..words by LORD TENNYSON. 

4. .THE FOUNTAINS MINGLE WITH THE RIVER.. ...words by SHELLEY. 



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Frederic H.CowEN. 



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ON HER LOVER'S ARM SHE LEANT. 



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THE FOUNTAINS MINGLE WITH THE RIVER. 



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Tell them, Star, lonely in the dark. 
Time is false, while love is like tliee, 

Clear and strong, a light, and an ark 
For eveiy sea ! 



Tremulous star ! lighting darkest eve, 
Stedfast star ! tho' the fierce wind blew, 

Seen or unseen, doth mem'ry weave 
A halo for you ! 



One sole star seems to me most bright 
In yonder arch, spread high and far, 

That is the gem, love's emblem all bright, 
Our star ! our star ! 



Words by G. CLIFTON BINGHAM. 

MoUo andante ed e-tpressivo. 



CLOUDS, 




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Music by FREDERIC H. COW EN. 



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What were you thinking, darling, 

When I met you yesterday 
Of rain that is yet to reach us, 

Or of sun that has gone away? 
Had shadows banished the sunshine, 

Had clouds come over the sky ? 
You looked so quiet and thouglitful, 

I could not help wondering why ! 



For clouds may come, and sun may go. 

And skies be hidden from sight. 
Still, life is never so dark, you know, 

But that love can make it bright ! 
II. 
Tell me the sorrow, darling, 

Let me share the shade with you, 
For what is heavy for one heart 

May be easily borne by two, 



And clouds may banish life's sunshine, 

And darken its brightest sky. 
But oft whnn troubles are shared, dear. 

They take themselves wings, and fly. 
For clouds may come, and sun may go, 

And skies be hidden from sight. 
Still, life is never no dark, you know. 

But that love can made it bright. 



London : JOSEPH WILLIAMS, 24, Berners Street, W. 



I LOVE YOU TOO WEkk 



Words by G. CLIFTON BINGHAM. 

Molto andante. 



Music by FREDERIC H. COW EN. 




Like skies at morning breaking, 

Are years as yet untold ; 
My heart with day is waking, 

And new strange dreams uutoM. 
I scarcely know love's mission 

Apart from love's vague pain. 
Yet if I scorn the vision. 

It ne'er may come again. 



A wish, I ne'er had met you, 

In heart of mine may dwell ; 
But vain to say forget you, 

1 love you too well. 
II. 
It may be ere the morrow, 

The dream will pass away ! 
The love that laughs at sorrow. 

May only last a day ; 



And yet I would not wonder 

An hour, if I but knew. 
For hearts are best asunder 

If love be found untrue ! 
Some day I may regret you, 

The years alone can tell. 
But vain to say forget you, 

I love you too well. 



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WILDFLOWER, 



Words by G. CLIFTON BINGHAM. 

Allegretto. 



Music by GABRIEL PIERNE. 




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Life such joy and freedom gives, 
Tis enough for her she lives. 

Lives to sing to-day ! 
Time enough for sigh and tear. 
When life's golden year 

Has gone away. 



So much the world is giving 
Field, and flow'r, and sky, 

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What matters bow or why ! 

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When her song rings no more. 
Its music stilled and o'er, 

Lie her where wild-ilow'rs blow, 
Where, thro' pines that vigil keep, 



Winds from southward softly 

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Now she is not nigh, 

She will not know ! 
So all to her be giving. 

Field, and flow'r, and sky, 
The joy she lov'd in living. 

What matter how or why I 



London: JOSEPH WILLIAMS, 24, Berners Street, W. 



Words by F. D. DELILLE. 

Moderato. 



MEMORIES 



Music by A. GORING THOMAS 




My darling was the sweete3t flower 
That ever bloomed in love's fair bower, 
But roses soonest fall beneath 
The cruel wind's destructive breath ! 



I So young, and so early 

Yet love still lives, tho' its idol is dead. 



The saddest thoughts may seem to fade, 
Their bitt'rest pangs by others stay'd. 



But though the voice rings high, the heart 

Beats low, and murmurs soft apart. 

So young, and so early fled. 

Yet love still lives, though its idol is dead. 



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THE STKR OF OUR LOVE 



Words by HUGH CONWAY. 

Andante moderato. 



Music by FREDERIC H. COW EN. 



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I woke last night from a fitful sleep, 

The moon, thro' my casement, look'd wan and pale, 
I watcb'd till the storm clouds dark and deep 

Spread over her sweet white face as a veil ! 
Then my heart was sad as the sombre sky, 

Till a rift in the driven clouds set free 
One star, that bright as a loving eye, 

Came out of the darkness, and smiled on me. 
And I cried, " Tho' stormy my life to-night, 

And dark as the drift above. 
One star thro' its clouds gleams fair and bright. 

That star is the star of my love." 



Then I slept once more, and a sweet dream ( 

For I saw my love, and her steadfast eyes 
I fancied were lit by the same clear flame, 

As the star so fair in the cloudy skies. 
I woke, and I knew that the storm had fled, 

And sunshine lay on the earth again. 
And the twining rose near my window shed 

A fresher scent from the midni. ht rain ! 
And I cried, "Oh, love, you are far away, 

But true as the heaven above. 
Last night shone a star, and I know to-day, 

That star is the star of our lore 1" 



London: JOSEPH WILLIAMS, 24, Berners Street, W. 



SILVEK STHR 



Words by H. P. STEPHENS and W. YARDLEY. 

Moderato quasi allegrett: 



Music by FLORIAN PASCAL 




The stars above are gleaming, 

Lamps of life in Heaven's fane, 
On each mortal gently beaming, 

Bringing joy, or bringing pain ! 
Destiny in each is blended, 

Though that fate is fixed afar, 
When at last life's journey ended, 

Then dies out man's silver star. 
Oh ! silver star, shine on ; 

Shine on, and liglit my way, 



Till night's dark hour be gone, 

And flies before the day. 
Oh ! silver star be kind. 

My fate is wrapt in thee ; 
Till peace at last I find. 

Shine on, dear star, for me. 

II. 

Silver star, in heaven gleaming, 
Shed o'er one thy brightest sheen, 

She mine own whom waking, dreaming, 
Is my life, my all, my queen. 



Silver star, our fates are blended. 

So for both one star must shine. 
Heart with heart our love ascended. 

My star's hers, and hers is mine. 
Oh ! silver star, shine on. 

And guide her with thy ray 
Till night's dark hour be gone. 

And once more dawn the day. 
Shine on, oh ! silver star, 

Our fate is wrapt in thee. 
Smile on her from afar. 

And kiss her brow for me. 



OJ^E MORJ^IJ^(&, OM! SO EHRLY, 



Words by JEAN INGELOW. 

Allegretto moderato. 



Music by A. GORING THOMAS. 




One morning, oh ! so early. 

My beloved, my beloved, 

All the birds were singing blithely. 

As though never would they cease. 
'Twas a thrush sang in my garden, 
" Hear tlie story, hear tlie story !" 
And the lark sang, " Give us glory !" 

And the dove sang, " Give us peace !" 



Then I listen'd, oh ! so early. 

My beloved, my beloved, 

To that murmur from the woodland. 

Of the dove, my dear, the dove ; 
When the nightingale came after, 
" Give us fame to sweeten duty !" 
When the wren sang, " Give us beauty!" 

She made answer, " Give us love !" 



Sweet is spring, and sweet the morning. 

My beloved, my beloved. 

Now for us, doth spring, doth morning; 

Wait upon the year's inciease. 
And my prayer goes up, " Oh, give us, 
Crown'd in youth with marriage glory. 
Give for all our life's dear story, 

Give us love, and give us peace !" 



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INDEX TO SELECT VOLUNTARIES BY HENRY FARMER. 



BOOK I. p^ 

Kyrie(No.7. Mass) - Haydn 

Great and glorious — Haydn 

Gloria (No. 1. Mass) Haydn 



1. 
S. 

4k. GloriaCNoi'I Mass) Mozart 10 

6. Gloria(No. 12. Mass) Mozart 14 

6. '■ " " ■ '" 

7. 

8. 

8. 

10 

11. 

U. 



Et Incamatus (No. 3. Mass) Haydi 

Halleluiah (Messiah) Handel 20 

Hallelujah (Mount of Olives) Beethoven 24 

Qui tollis (No. 2. Mass) Haydn 30 

Cujus Animam (Stabat Mater) Rossini 32 

Gloria (Mass in B flat) Henry Farmer 37 

Benedictus (No. 12. Mass) Mozart 40 

BOOK II. 

1. Thearmof the Lord Haydn 1 

I. Holy.holy Spokr 6 

8. Splendente te Deus Mozart 6 

4. Lauda Sion Nauman 8 

6. Et Incamatus Haydn 10 

6. To Thee Cherubim Handel 12 

7. Hark! Death Himmel 14 

8. Fac ut portera Rossini 18 

9. We worship God Handel 20 

10. Propeccatis Sossini 22 

11. Benedictus Mozart 24 

U. Nepulvis Mozart 26 



I 



BOOK III. 

Vesper Hymn Beethtven 

Aria from Zauberflote Mozart 

Blessed for ever Spohr 

Blessing, honour, glory, and power (Last Judgment) Spohr 

When the West Mendelssohn 

Quoiiiam (Mass in B flat) Henry Farmer 

Eia Mater (Siaoal luator) Rossini 

Aria from Zauberflote _ Mozart 

All glory to thfi Lamb (Last Judgment) ». Spohr 

Song without Words Mendelssohn 

Andaiite .^ _ Henry Farmer 

Deus Tibi ...^ _....<, .....„..„. Mozart 

Agnus Dei .,.......-_. ._..«_«... Weber 

BOOK lY. 

Benedictus «. — .^ Weber 

Andante (from the Grand Exhibition March) Auber 

Fu^e Henry Farmer 

Dona nobis Weber 

Andante Religioso (from Meyerbeer's Exhibition March) ..Meyerbeer 

Benedictus (No. 10. Mass) Haydn 

Andante Henry Farmer 

Andante Selby 

The Dream of St. Jerome Beethoven 

Benedictus (No. 16. Mass) Haydn 

Benedictus (Mass in B flat) Henry Farmer 

Andante Henry Farmer 

Andante Mendelssohn 

Andan te John Fa rmer 

Andante Romberg 

Andantino Mendelssohn 

BOOK Y. 

I waited for the Lord Mendelssohn 

Et resurrex (No. li. Mass) Mozart 

Andantino Stephen Heller 

Lieder ohne Worte Mendelssohn 

But the Lord is mindful of his own (St. Paul) Mendelssohn 

Chorus (En^edi) Beethoven 

A ti dan te F. Myers 

Andante Religioso (Hymn of Praise) Mendelssohn 

Credo (Mass in B flat) Henry Farmer 

Andante (Seasons) Haydn 

Kyrie ^„ Gounod 

BOOK YI. 

Kyrip(No. 12. Mass) „ Mozart 

Sound the loud timbrel Avison 

Andante '..Rossini 

Quoniam (No. 12. Mass) Mozart 

Gloria ( Messe Solenuelle) Gounod 

Gloria Pergolesi 

Sleepers awake (St. Paul) Mendelssohn 

Angels ever briitht and fair Handel 

Kyrie(No. 1. Mass) Haydn 

Air Av'^-'r 

Benedictus (Messe Solennelle) , "Go d 

Prayer ■•••■■• A ,er 

Funeral March Dr. A. Holloway 

Ana 



.Mozart .33 
.Haydn 34 



Air (7th Symphony) ^ . . . 

BOOK YII. 

Chorus, Mighty Rimmon (Naamaii) Michael Costa 

Moderate semplice Carl Reinecke 

Amplms lava me Sarti 

Benedictus Righini 

Benedictus . J. N. Hummel 

Funeral .March Chopin 

Interlude J. Ley bach 

Evening Prayer <Eh) Michael Costa 

Dona Nobis Eybler 

Et Incamatus Cherubini 

A*' - - -- _ ..Glut-, 



PAOB 

21 
22 
24 



NO. BOOK YII.— Continued, 

12. Andante Taladilhe 

13. I dreamt I wm in heaven (Naamanj Michael Costa 

14. Wewillrejoice Dr. Croft 

15. Almighty and everlasting (Jod O. Gibbon* 26 

16. 1 clap your hands O. Gibbons 28 

17. The earth is full of goodness Dr. Croft 80 

BOOK YIII. 

1. O make a joyful noise (Chorale from Eli) Michael Costa 1 

2. Behold, behold (from Jacob) Henry Smart 2 

3. Melody Th. Kirchner 3 

4. Peace on earth Dr. Crotch 4 

5. Gloria Cherubini 6 

6. Lascia ch'io pianga Handel 8 

7. Benedictus Mozart 10 

8. Melody Giro Finsuti U 

9. Prayer from Zampa : Herold IS 

10. Largo Handel 14 

11. Andantino W. Sterndale Bennett 16 

12. Sarabande Handel 18 

13. Courante Hamlel 20 

14. Courante Uandel 23 

15. An Album Leaf W. Sterndale Bennett 26 

16. Canon Dussek 28 

BOOK IX. 

1. SoftlySighs (Prayer) Weber 1 

2. Through the forest Weber 9 

3. Sacred Song Beethoven 4 

4. Air, Preciosa Weber B 

6. La Musette J. S. Bach 6 

6. Ave Maria O. Marras 7 

7. Lord is my Shepherd John Farmer 8 

8. Andante (Symphony) Mozart 9 

9. Honour and Glory (Quartetto, Naaman) Michael Costa 14 

10. Ave Maria Cherubini 18 

11. Andante F. Schubert 22 

12. Andante Carl Reinecke 23 

13. Allegretto (from Symphony) , Haydn 24 

14. Andante Mozart 28 

15. Morning Prayer (from Eli) Michael Costa 29 

16. Andante _ Henry Farmer 88 

BOOK X. 

1. Moderate grazioso Carl Reinecke 1 

2. Sanctns (1st Mass) Haydn 2 

3. Dona Nobis (ist Mass) Haydn 4 

4. Ave verum Mozart 8 

5. Andante, in G Batiste 10 

6. Agnus Dei (15th Mass) Haydn 12 

7. DonaNobis IS 

8. Benedictus (10th Mass) Mozart 16 

9. Air known as My heart ever faithful J.S.Bach 18 

10. Organ Solo (Faust) Spohr 20 

11. Andante (Zauberflote) •• Mozart 21 

12. Grant, we beseech Thee Dr. Callcott 22 

13. Sing we merrily Dr. Blow 24 

14. Air Robert Schumann 26 

15. Lord, for Thy tender mercies' sake Farrant 26 

16. LAnge Gardien Charles Gounod 28 

17. Andante and Adagio .Henry Farmer 80 

BOOK XI. 

1. Slow Movement, in F Mozart 1 

2. Ditto inE Mozart 8 

3. Andante (from La Clemenza) Mozart 4 

4. Pie Jesu Cherubini 6 

5. Graduale Cherubini 8 

6. AMelody , R.Schumann S> 

7. For ever blessed be Handel 10 

8. It is decreed Mendelssohn 11 

9. Prayer (from Puritani) Bellini 12 

10. Voluntary Florian Pascal 14 

11. Credo (1st Mass) Haydn 16 

12. Turn Thee unto me (Prayer from Eli) Michael Co.sfa ;g 

13. Dona Nobis (3rd Mass) Hummel HO 

14. Andante Paladilhe 22 

15. Extract from a Suite J.S.Bach 81' 

16. Romance Mendelssohn 84 

17. Slow Movement Dussek 88 

18. Les deux Anges Blumenthal 28 

19. Air known as The Harmonious Blacksmith _ 29 

20. Andantino (Rosamunde) F, Schubert 30 

BOOK XII. 

1. AveMaria , „ Arcadelt 1 

2. Lord, remember David Handel 4 

3. Caro mio ben Giurdani 6 

4. Marche Nuptiale Gounod 7 

6. Air Oluck 10 

6. Andante (known as Hymn of the Nuns) L. Wely 18 

7. Air Lampe 18 

8. Credo (Mass in G) ^..F. Schubert 14 

9. Andantino (2nd Ballade). ...« F. Chopin ■ 16 

10. Air Haydn 18 

11. MomingHymn Niels W. Gade 20 

12. Air (Marie Magdeleine) Massenet 28 

13. Russian Hymn DvofT 23 

14. Pastorale Mauenet 84 

15. Pavane (1579) .,_ aa 

16. Andante ._-„.......... J. Raff 27 

17. Verdi prat) « Handel 81 

!•• Air OoMn«a W 

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M— male characters. F— female characters. 



BREAKING THE SPELL 
CUPS AND SAUCERS .. 
BLIND BEGGARS 

HIS ONLY COAT 

A SLICE OF LUCK 

SANG-AZURE , 

JOHN AND ANGELINA., 



(2 M. 1 F.) ... Farnie & Offenbach 
(1 M. 1 F.) ... Geo. Grossmith 
(2 M. 1 F. or M.) Farnie & Offenbach 
... (3 M.) ... Dallas k Slaughter 
(1 M. 1 F.) ... Oxenford k Pascal... 
(2 M. 2 F.) Henry Herman & F. Pascal 
(1 M. 1 F.) Henry Lath AIR & L. Elliott 



MY UNCLE, THE GHOST (1. M. 2 F.) Henry Lathair & Lecocq, &c. 



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jHarp ilflaglJHieU* An oratorio. Vocal Score (4to) 

Do. Chorus Parts (4to). Soprano and Cont-alto, Tenor, Bass 

Do. Orchestra Parts (Foho). String Parts . . 

Wind and other Parts (in MS.) may be had on hire. 

Do. Orchestral Score {in the Press). 



S. D. 

nett 4 o 

each nett i o 

each nett i 6 



(IDl}^* Cantata in 3 Parts for Soprano and Baritone Solo and Chorus. Vocal Score 

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nett 3 o 



'Ctn^S ^^ittOrtSCjUtS* 4i^me suite d'Orchbstre. 



Sou C^SHt 5^ JSHJHU* Opera-Comique in 3 Acts. (French words) nett 15 



jfltlOliitCS* A Book of Twelve Songs. 4to. French and English Words nett 3 

CONTENTS. 



No. I. 'Tis in vain. 
„ 2. To Columbine. 
„ 3. The Women of Magdala. 
„ 4. The Page's Song. 
„ 5. One fine autumn day. 
„ 6. Moonlight's magic hour. 



No. 7. Zanetto. 
, 8. Lullaby. 
, 9. Brightest and best. 
, I o. With a heart bounding gaily. 
,11. Autumn Serenade. 
, 12. L'Improvisateur. 



®etatf)eli ^JDUflS. ^foUo.) 



To Columbine 
Zanetto 



4 o 
4 o 



An Autumn Serenade 
Une Nuit d'Espagne 



^iano petes. 



Entr'acte Sevillana 



30] Air de Ballet 
Harlequin's Romance (Pantomime) 



3 o 



4 o 



^iauo Buets. 

Scenes Pittoresques. 4ibme Suite d'Orch^stre. 

No. I. Marche .. .. .. ..301 No. 3. Angelus 

„ 2. Air de Ballet . . . . . . . . 3 o | ,.4- Fete Boh^me 

Complete . . . . 10/6 



S^iolin antr ^iano Buets. 

S^r^nade du Passant. Arranged by Tourville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • 3 

Air de Ballet. Arranged by Hermann 3 

Sdr^nade d'Arlequin. Arranged by Hermann . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . • • 3 



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Cymbia (Pascal) 


4to 


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Lurette (Offenbach) ... 


4to 


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His Only Coat (Slaughter) (in one 


i.ct) 4to 


1 


6 







Lord Bateman (Solomon) 


4to 


6 










Le Tribut de Zamora (Gounod) 


4to 


10 





4 




The Mountain Sylph (J. Barnett) 


folio 


15 









Suzanne (Paladilhe) ... 


4to 


6 










The Tillage Madcap (Bille) . . . 


4to 


6 










Les Cloches de Corneville (Planquette) 4to 


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2 6 




La Petite Mademoiselle (Lecocq) 


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8 





4 




The Great Casimir (Lecocq) ... 


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Nectarine (Planquette) 


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La jolie Persane (Lecocq) 


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Donna Juanita (Suppe) 


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— 




Naval Cadets (Genee) ... 


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2 6 


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Janot (Lecocq) 


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. 10 




The Blind Beggars (Oilenbach) (in one act) 4to 


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— 




Cups and Saucers (Grossmith) 


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Breaking the Spell (Offenbach) 


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Le Billet de Logement (Vasseur) 


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Dr. Miracle (Lecocq) (in one act) 


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La Croix de I'Alcade (Perry) ... 


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BiUee Taylor (Solomon) 


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Claude Duval (Solomon) 


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F 


Don Cesar de Bazan (Massenet) 


Svo 


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Erminie (Jakobowski)... 


4to 


5 





2 




Mynheer Jan (Jakobowski) . . . 


4to 


5 





3 




Tiie Chatelaine (Pascal) 


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7 


6 







A Slice of Luck (Pascal) (in one 


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Christ and His Soldiers 


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Requiem Mass (John Farmer) 


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Jacob (H. Smart) 


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Naaman (Costa) 


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Mary Magdalen (Massenet) ... 


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Eh (Costa) 


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Messenger Dove (G. Fox) 


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Fair Rosamond (J. L. Roeckel) 


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Nehemiah (Dr. H. Hill) 


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Eve (Massenet) 


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John Gilpin (G. Fox) 


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Sally Brown (G. Fox) 


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The Vicar of Wide-a-Wakefidd 


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Merry Little Songs for Merry Little Folk. 

VTRITTEN BY 

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MUSIC ARRANGED BY 

ALBERTO RANDEGGER. 

CONTENTS. 
No. 

7. The Tailor's Fate 

8. Huntsman Jack & Pussy Hare 

9. Wonderland 

10. The Stubborn Fox 

11. Potatoes 

12. The King's Feast 



No. 

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a. The Hunter 

3. The Weed 

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5. The Cuckoo 

6. Matches 



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HOMMAGE A HANDEL. 

ARRANGED FOR 

Pianoforte, Harmonium, or American Organ, 

BY 

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CONTENTS. 
No. 



1. All power in Heaven above 

2. We therefore pray Thee 

3. Then round about the starry 

throne 

4. Recall, O King 

5. Then shall they know 

6. So are they blest who fear the 

Lord 

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7. O Father, whose almighty 
power 

8. Eternal Monarch of the sky 

9. Alleluia! {Deborah) 

10. Thus rolling surges rise 

11. He sent a thick darkness 

12. Welcome, mighty King 



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PLEYEL'S SIX DUETS FOR TWO VIOLINS, 

Op. 23. 
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No. 20. INSTRUM ENTAL. 

SIX ORIGINAL PIANOFORTE PIECES 

BY 

LINDSAY SLOPER. 

CONTENTS. 
No. No. 

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2. Entreaty S- A Dream of Summer 

3. Fear I 6. Eclogue 

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No 21. I NSTRUM ENTAL. 

SHORT CLASSICAL PIECES FOR PIANO. 

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Rondo in A . . . . ^ .. Kuhlau 

Vria Graxioco Pieyel 

Minuetto Beetfuven 

Aria in A Motart and Beethoven 

Ah 1 PerdoM {,L» CUmenza di_ Tito) 

Mozart 

La Consolation ^^^ Dussek 

Waltz inC Beethoven 

Waltz in F Beethcven 

M inuet {Don Giovanni) Mozart 

Prelude in A minor /. S. Bach 

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Ancient French Carol, C*mfMtrimkHtwn 

ArietU SUibelt 

Maxchd'Achill* „ Pair 

Andante in F ...^.. Beethoven 

Gavotte in G Hdndtl 

Ere I nfancy't bud iJosefih) .... M^hul 

Water parted from die sea (Ariaxerxtt) 

Dr. Am* 

Allegro in G Hindtl 

Gavotte in F Peulr€ Martini 

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No. 23. VOCAL. 

WORDS MD MUSIC FOrImDREN OF ALL AGES. 

WORDS BY 

H. P. STEPHENS. 

MUSIC BY 

FLORIAN PASCAL 

CO*ITENTS. 
No. 

7. Snowdrop 

8. The Boy Kangaroo 



1. Down and up the Stream 

2. When I'm a big man 

3. Father's gone a-hunting 

4. The Doll's Lullaby 

5. The Insatiable Ape 

6. The Chinaman's Dog 



9. Ginger Beer (Drinking 

10. The Two Fairies 

11. The Mechanical Curate 

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TWEUE SONGS FOR VOICE AND PIANO. 

COMPOSED BY 

FREDERIC H. COWEN. 



No. WORDS BY 

1. Thy Remembrance Longfellow 

2. Snowflakes Anon. 

3. A Sohg of Morning .. ..S. Doudney 

4. Sweet evenings come and go, love 

George Eliot 

5. Far Away Barry Cornwall 

6 . Is my lover on the sea Barry Cornwall 



CONTENTS. 



No. WORDS BY 

7. Evening Star Barry Comviail 

8. Nightfall Whyte MetvilU 

9. He and She Christina Rossetti 

10. Love me if I live . .Barry Cornwall 

11. The First Farewell Owen Meredith 

12. Thoughts at Sunrise Owen Meredith 



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SIX SACRED SONGS. 

MUSIC BY 

FLORIAN PASCAL. 

CONTENTS. WORDS BY 
No. I. On Heaven R. Herrich 

2. On Resignation Chatterton 

3. The Golden City ...Rev. E. Paxton Hood 

4. The Hour of Prayer G. Clifton Bingham 

5. Vital Spark Alexander Pope 

6. The Silent Artist G. Clifton Bingham 

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BY 

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CONTENTS. 
No. 



No. 

I. 'Tis in vain that I seek {0 mes sceurs) 

1. To Columbine {A Colombine) 

3. Women of Magdala {Les Femnies de 

Magdala) 

4. The Page's Song (Ariel te, " Je suit 

pres-qu' en/ant ") 

5. One fine Autumn day {Ballade 

Aragonaise) 

6. Moonlight's Magic Hour (A^xiV 

d'Espagne) 

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7. Zanetto {Strinade du Passant) 

8. Lullaby (ZJorj «ikO 

9. Brightest and best {O bien-ainU) 

10. With a heart bounding gaily 
{Chanson de don Cisar) 

11. Autumn Serenade {SMnjuU 
d'Automne) 

12. Look down that lane 
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SIX VOCAL DUETS 

COMPOSED BY 

WILFRED BENDALL 

CONTENTS. WORDS BT 

No. I. Weep no more Anonvmotu 

2. The Sun and the Brook prom the German Of Rtickert 

3. How sweet the Moonlight Shakspeair* 

4. Song of the Minnesingers From the German 

5. Snowbloom ~ Lucy Larkom 

6. A Song for the Seasons Barry Cornwall 

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THREE SONATINAS BY CARL REINECKE, 

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JOHN FARMER. 

contents. 

No. I in C. No. 2 in D. No. 3 in B flat. Op. 47. 

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No. 20. VOCAL. 

FOUR VOCAL DUETS FOR SOPRANO & TENOR. 

CONTENTS. WORDS BY 

1 . Edenland IVords by the A uthor of John Halifax, Gentleman 

2. The boy and the brook Longfello^v 

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4. Love without hope 

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4. The tale of a tart 

5. My baby 

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