Black Music Archive

Coleridge-Taylor


Saturday, August 20th, 2011

WORKS

4 African dances, op. 58, for violin & piano (1902).  London: Augener, 1904, 1917 (published
separately, bowing & fingering by William Henley).  (11342;
12837
).  Dedication: Goldie
Baker.  1. Allegro, G minor. 2. Andantino
molto sostenuto e dolce, F; 3. Allegro con brio, A. 4. Allegro energico, D
minor. 
Première: ca. 1902; Rochester Choral Society;
Goldie Baker, violin; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, piano.  Library: British Library (2 editions with
same imprint, as well as edition with Henley bowing and fingering); Library of
Congress; Spingarn. —– London: Augener, 1908.  23, 7p.
(Augener’s edition, 11342)
Library: Library of Congress.  —-
for orchestra, arr. by L. Artok as Afrikanische
Suite, Negro Suite
.  Mainz: B.
Schott’s Söhne, 1928.  parts.  (Domesticum
Salon-Orchester
, No. 270, 271)
Library: British Library. —– Peggy Cochrane, violin; with piano. 78rpm:
ACO G-15662. —- for piano, ed. by Alex Roloff.  London: Augener, 1904, 1917 (published as the
first of 2 African idylls).  5p. (#W15074)  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress.  —– Arthur Beckwith, violin;
with piano.      78rpm: His Masters Voice
C-974.—- for piano, ed. by Alex Roloff.
London: Augener, 1904, 1917 (published as the second of 2 African idylls).  11p. (#W15074).  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress. —– London: Augener, 1911.
11p. (#15076).  Library: Library of Congress, Peabody.

7 African romances, op. 17, for medium voice & piano (1897).  London: Augener, 1897.  21p. (Augener’s
edition
8817; #11114).  1. An
African love song; 2. A prayer; 3. A starry night; 4. Dawn. 5. Ballad; 6. Over
the hills; 7. How shall I woo thee? 
Text:
Paul Laurence Dunbar.  Dedication: Helen
Jaxon.  Library: British Library; Library
of Congress; Spingarn; Yale. —– 4. Alma Gluck, soprano.  78rpm: His Masters Voice -3392.  LP:
Rococo 5291. —– 6. London: Augener, 1902.  Library: British Library. —— 6. for
medium voice & orchestra.  London:
Augener, 1897.  3p.  Library: Library of Congress. —- 6. for
medium voice & piano. —– 7. London: Augener, 1902.  4p.
Library: British Library; Library of Congress. 7. —- for low voice
& orchestra.  London: Augener,
1897.  Library: British Library. —- 7.  for medium voice & orchestra.  London: Augener, 1902.  Library: British Library.

African suite, op. 35, for piano (1898).  London: Augener, 1902, 1898.  31p. in 4 vols. (Augener’s edition 6103;
11368, #11287
).  1. Introduction; Allegro alla Marcia; 2. A Negro love song;
Larghetto;   3. Valse; Allegro con brio; 4.
Danse nègre; Allegro assai
(based on the poem of the same name by Paul
Laurence Dunbar).  Première: ca. 1898; Croyden Conservatoire.  Duration: 20m.  Library: British Library; Lucks (5300); Schomburg; Spingarn; Yale.  —– 2. London: Augener, 1901.  —- 2. for piano.  London: Augener.

—-
2. for violin & piano.  London:
Augener, 1908.  9, 3p. (Augener’s edition, 7359b).  Library: British Library (1898 imprint, and
1908 imprint with bowing and fingering by W. Henley). —- 2. for violin &
piano.  London: Augener, 1898.  9p. (Augener’s
edition,
6100d; 7359b; #11395).
Includes Danse nègre. —– 4. London: Augener, 1898.  (Augener’s
edition,
6100a [score]; 6100b [parts]; #L.M.L.)  Instrumentation:
2222 p; 4231; timp perc; strings.
Duration: 5m30s.  Library:
Fleisher (3540), Lerma, Library of
Congress; Luck’s (05382), Schomburg, Spingarn. —– London: Augener,
1901.  9p. (Augener’s edition, 6100c;
#11368
).  Library: British Library;
Spingarn. —– 4. London Symphony Orchestra; Paul Freeman, conductor.  LP:
Columbia M-32782 (1974).  Library:
CBMR (Lerma). —– Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; Julius Rudel, conductor
(1981). —– AT:   Library: Lerma. —– 1976; Indianapolis
Symphony Orchestra members; Everett Lee, conductor (1976). —– 4. for
piano.  London: Augener, 1901.  9p. (Augener’s
edtion
6100; #11368).  Library: Spingarn. —- 4. for string quartet
& piano [original version]. —- 4. for violin & piano.  London: Augener, 1898.  9p. (Augener’s
edition,
6100d; 7359b; #11395).        Includes
A Negro love song.  Library: British Library (also 1908 imprint
with bowing and fingering by W. Henley); Schomburg.

Ah sweet, thou little knowest, for high voice & piano (1904).  London: Ricordi, 1904.  6p. (10952).  Text: Thomas Hood.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg,
Spingarn.

Ah tell me, gentle zephyr, for medium voice & piano.

Album, organ.
London: Augener.  2 vols. (Album series, 108a/b).

Album of melodies, for piano, arr. by Alex Roloff.  London: Augener, 1896 to 1915.  25p.  (Album series, no. 28; 14908, 14834) [Partially made after the composer's death
from larger piano works and transcriptions of vocal and choral music.]  Library: British Library; Library of Congress
[as Melodies for piano], Schomburg,
Spingarn. —– London: Augener, 1938.
Library: British Library, as Piano
album, 8 Favorite pieces.
—– 1. Idyll.  Library: Spingarn; 2. From the east; Oasis,
from We strew these opiate flowers.  Library: Spingarn; 3. Serenade.            4. Cameo.  A simplification of op. 56, no. 3 (Cameos).
Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn; 5. Minguillo.  See also: Southern love songs,. op. 12, no. 3  6. Zarifa.  See also: 2
Moorish tone pictures, op. 19;
7. In
the sierras
.  Library: Spingarn.  See also: Part
songs, op. 67;
—-7. for organ.
London: Augener; 8. Reflection.

All are sleeping, weary heart, for TTBB with piano reduction.  London: J. Curwen, 1910.  3p. (Apollo
club
, 460)  Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress.

All
my stars forsake me
, for
SATB.  London:Augener, 1905.  8p. (Augener’s
edition,
4658)  Text: Alice Meynell.  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress.

Allegretto
grazioso, violin & piano
.  London: Novello, 1896.  15p. & pt.  (#10264)  [Based on the third movement of the symphony,
opus 88, by Antonín Dvořák]  Library:
Library of Congress.

6 American lyrics, op. 45, for low voice & piano (1901).  London: Novello, 1903.  [Each title also avaliable for voice &
orchestra]  Library: British Library;
Spingarn.

1.
O thou, mine other stronger part.  London: Novello, 1903.  5p. (#11557).  Text: Ella Wheeler Wilcox.  Library: Library of Congress; 2. O
praise me not
.  London: Novello:
1903.  5p. (#11558).  Text: Ella Wheeler
Wilcox.  Library: Library of Congress; 3.
Her love.  London: Novello, 1903.  9p. (#11559).  Text: Ella Wheeler Wilcox.  Library:       Library
of Congress; Yale; 4. The dark eye has
left us
.  London: Novello, 1903.  6p. (#11560).  Text: John Greenleaf Whittier.  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn; 5. O ship that sailest slowly on.  London: Novello, 1903.  5p. (#11561).
Text: Ella Wheeler         Wilcox.  Library: British Library; Library of Congress;
6. Beat, beat, drums.  London: Novello, 1903.  7p. (#11562).  Text: Walt Whitman.  Library: Library of Congress. —- for low
voice & orchestra.  London: Novello.

Arietta, organ, F major (1898).
London: Novello, 1898.  (The village organist, v16).

The arrow and the song, for medium voice & piano.  Text: Henry Wadsorth Longfellow.

As
the moon’s soft splendour
.  à       6 Songs, op. 37.

The atonement, op. 53, sacred cantata, for soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone,
SATB & orchestra (1903).  London:
Novello, 1903.  190p. in 4 vols.  (Novello’s
separate chorus parts,
#11726)  Text: Alice Parsons.  1. Prelude; 2. Gethsemane; 3. Prayer of the
holy women and Apostles; 4. Pontius Pilate; 5. Calvary.  Première: 1903/IX[XII?]/9; Hereford Three
Choirs Musical Festival; Emma Albani, soprano; Emily Squire, contralto; Kirkby
Lunn, tenor; Andrew Black, baritone; William Green.  Library: British Library; Schomburg;
Spingarn; Yale.—- (1904 revision).
London: Novello, 1904.  Library:
British Library (string parts); Library of Congress (choral parts, 11726;
string parts, 11723).   —- piano-vocal
score.  London: Novello, 1903.  190p.

Ballade, orchestra, op. 33, A minor (1898).
London: Novello, 1899.  63p.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4231; timp cym;
strings.  Commission: Three Choirs
Festival.  Dedication: August J.
Jaeger.  Première: 1898/09/14; Three
Choirs Festival, Gloucester; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  Duration: 12m.  Library: British Library (also string parts
with 1898 imprint); Fleisher; Library of Congress (parts, with 1898 imprint);
Luck’s (932); Schomburg.

—–
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Grant Llewellyn, conductor. CD:  Argo 436 401-2.  —- for piano.  London: Novello, 1898.  20p. (#10675).  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress; Spingarn.

Ballade, violin & orchestra, op. 4, D
minor
(1895).  London: Novello, 1895.  Dedication: Ruth Howell.  Première (U.S.A.): 1903/II/13; Chicago
Symphony Orchestra; Frederick Stock, conductor.
Library: British Library (string parts with 1901 imprint). —- for
violin & piano.  London: Novello,
Ewer, 1895.  16p.  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress.

London:
Schott. —– Michael Ludwig, violin; Virginia Eskin, piano. CD: Koch 3-7056
2H1.

Ballade, violin & piano, op. 73, C
minor
(1907).  London: Augener, 1909. (#11343).  1. Molto moderato; 2.
Allegro; 3. Più andante e tranquillo; 4. Allegro vivace; 5. L’istesso
tempo.  Editor: Zacharewitsch.  Première: 1907/10/29; Leeds; Zacharewitsch,
violin; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, piano.
Library: British Library; Luck’s (9132).
—–       A. Saltmarsh, violin; Avril
Coleridge-Taylor, piano.  AT: 1363.  Library: National Sound Archive, London

Barcarolle, for piano.
London: Schott, 1915.

Beauty and truth, for SA & piano (1911).  London: J. Curwen, 1912.  Text: Sonnet
54
, by William Shakespeare. See also Othello.

Benedictus, op. 18, F major, for SATB & organ.  London: Novello, 1899.  11p. (Novello’s
choir book
, 417)  Library: British
Library; Library of Congress.

A birthday, for high voice & piano (1909).  London: Metzler, 1909.  Text: Christina Rossetti.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn. —- for high
voice & orchestra.  London:
Metzler.  Library: Spingarn.

The blind girl of Castél-Cuillé,
op. 43; Cantata
, for solo soprano & baritone, SATB
& orchestra (1901).  London: Novello,
1901.  Text: The Gascon of Jasmin, translated by Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow.  Dedication: F. Nicholas
Kilburn.  Première: 1901/X/9; Leeds
Musical Festival; Emma Albani, soprano; Andrew Black, baritone; Samuel
Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  Library:
British Library (50764); Fleischer (1947); Library of Congress (also string
parts, with 1902 imprint); Luck’s (5299);
Schomburg.  —- rev. version.  London: Novello, 1902.  Library: British Library.  —- rev. version, string parts.  London: Novello, 1902.  Library: British Library; Yale.  —- in tonic sol-fa notation by W. G.
MacNaught.  London: Novello, 1902.  Library: British Library. —- piano-vocal
score.  London: Novello, 1901.  118p. (Novello’s
original octavo edition
, 11229) “Rev. edition”  Library: Library of Congress (2-16746); Yale.

Bon-bon suite, op. 68, Cantata, for baritone, SATB & orchestra
(1908).  London: Novello, 1908.  Text: Thomas Moore.  1. The magic mirror; 2. The fairy boat; 3. To
Rosa; 4. Love and Hymen; 5. The watchman; 6. Say, what shall we dance?  Dedication: Doris Sunshine.  Première: 1909/I/14; Brighton Musical
Festival; Henry Julien, baritone; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  Library: British Library (also tonic sol-fa
edition, and string parts); Schomburg. —- piano-vocal score.  London: Novello, 1908.  79p.
Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

Break forth into joy, Christmas anthem, for tenor & SATB.  London: Novello, 1892. (Novello’s collection of anthems, 415).  Dedication: Herbert A. Walters.  Library: British Library.

The bridal day; I hear the flutes, for medium voice & piano.  New York: Arthur P.Schmidt, 1918.  5p. (#A.P.S. 11883)  Text: Annie Andros Hawley.  Library: Spingarn.

The broken oar, for medium voice & piano (1983).  Not extant.

By the lone seashore, for SATB (1901).  London: Novello, 1910.  Text: Charles Mackay.  Duration: 3m10s.  Library: British Library (1901 imprints for Novello’s tonic sol-fa series, 1230, and for issue within The musical times, 699).

By the waters of Babylon, for soprano, contralto, tenor, bass, SATB
& organ.  London: Novello: 1899.  8p.  (Novello’s anthems, 644; #28.0644.04; also in Novello’s
tonic sol-fa series
, 1216)  Text: Psalm 137===or 138.  Library:
British Library; Library of Congress.

3 Cameos, op. 56, for piano (1904).  London: Augener, 1904.  17p. (Augener’s
edition
, 6099; #12705).
Library: British Library; Peabody; Schomburg; Spingarn.  See also Papillons.

1.
Allegro ma non troppo, in F; 2. Allegro moderato, in D.  London: Augener, 1916.  Library: British Library.3. Andante, in G.  See also: Album
of melodies
.           —- for
chamber orchestra. —- for orchestra, arr. by H.E. Geehl.  London: Augener, 1913.  Library: British Library.

Candle lightin’ time, for high voice & piano (1901).  Cincinnati: John Church, 1911.  7p. (#30520-6).  Text (both English and dialect): Paul
Laurence Dunbar.  Library: British
Library; Schomburg; Yale. —- for low voice & piano.  Cincinnati: John Church, 1911.  7p.
(#16499);       Philadelphia:
Theodore Presser, 1930, 1911.
(#16499)  Library: Peabody;
Schomburg; Spingarn.

Cavatina, for piano.
London: Schott, 1915.  Library:
British Library (as Cavatina and
barcarolle
).

4 Characteristic waltzes, op. 22, for orchestra (1898).  London: Novello, 1899, 1903; Willis Music,
1910.  51p. (#10560).  Instrumentation:
3222; 4231; timp perc; strings.
Première: 1898/XII/16; Croydon; Public Hall.  Duration: 13m.  Library: Fleisher (1274); Library of Congress
(includes parts); Luck’s (9133); Schomburg (1903 imprint). —– Cincinnati:
Willis; London: Chappell, 1963 as Popular
salon waltzes
.  32p.  Library: British Library.

—–
New Light Symphony Orchestra; Ainslie Murray, conductotr.  78rpm:
RCA Victor 27225/6. 78rpm:  RCA
Victor B.8378/9.   78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-8378/9. CD:  Pearl 9965.
—- for band, arr. by Dan Godfrey. —- for chamber orchestra.  London: Novello.  Instrumentation: 1121; 2200; timp;
strings.  Library: Fleisher.  —- for piano & string quartet. —- for
violin & piano.  London: Novello,
Ewer, 1903, 1898.  21p.  (#10560)  Library: Spingarn.

1. Valse
bohèmienne; Allegro ma non troppo
. —- for piano.  London: Novello, Ewer, 1903.  4p. (#10560).  Library: Library of Congress.  —- 1. for string quartet & piano.  London: Novello, 1899.  (#410662a).
—– Victor Olof Sextet.  78rpm:  His Masters Voice 2346.  —– 1. —- for violin & piano.  London: Novello, 1903.  4p. & pt. (#10560).  Library: Library of Congress.         2.
Valse rustique; Tempo di valse.  —- for piano.  London: Novello, 1903.  9p. (#10560).
Library: Library of Congress.  —-
for violin & piano.  London: Novello,
1903.  9p. & pt.  Library: Library of Congress. —– 3. Valse de la reine; Andante con sentimento.  Library: Luck’s.  —– Victor Olof Sextet. 78rpm:  His Masters Voice 2346. —- for piano.  London: Novello, Ewer, 1898.  14p. (#10560).  Library: Library of Congress; Schomburg;
Spingarn; Yale.  —– 4. Valse mauresque; Furioso.  —- for piano.  London: Novello, 1903.  19p.
(#10560)  Library: Library of Congress.  —- for violin & piano.  London: Novello, 1903.  21p. & pt.  Library: Library of Congress.

5
Choral ballads, op. 54
,
for solo baritone, SATB & orchestra (1904).
London: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1904 (each title also published
separately).  51p. (#L.65).  Text: Poems
of slavery
, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Dedication: The Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Choral Society, Washington
(organized 1902).  Première: 1904/11/16;
Washington, Convention Hall; Harry T. Burleigh, barione; Samuel
Coleridge-Taylor, conductor (not 1905/10/25; Norwich Musical Festival as often
reported).  Library: British Library
(1905 imprint, 95p.). Contents:

Volume
1, piano-vocal score.  Leipzig: Breitkopf
und Härtel, 1904, as 3 Choral ballads.  51p.
Library: British Library; Library of Congress; Schomburg; Spingarn;
Yale.  1. Beside the ungathered rice he lay, for SATB.  2. She
dwells by great Kenhawa’s side
, for SATB. —- for SATB. 3. Loud he sang the Psalm of David, for
SATB.  Vol. 2, piano-vocal score.  London: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1905.  31p. (Breitkopf
and Härtel’s edition of vocal scores
, L.75).  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress.  4. The quadroon girl, for baritone & SSA.  5. In
dark fens of the Dismal Swamp
, for SATB.

Clown
and Columbine
, for
narrator, violin, violoncello & piano.
Text: Hans Christian Andersen.
Première: 1912; Keats-Shelley Matinee.

Coleridge-Taylor
selection
, for orchestra,
arr. by J. O. Turner.  London: Novello,
1939.  score & parts.  Library: British Library.

Comfort,
op. 42, no. 4
, for low
voice & piano.  London: Novello,
1900.  (#11085)  Text: The
soul’s expression,
by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.  Library: Spingarn.

Concerto,
violin, op. 23, F sharp minor, Pathètique
, by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernest, reorchestrated by Samuel
Coleridge-Taylor (1986).  Not extant.

Concerto,
violin, op. 80, G minor

(1911).  London: Metzler, 1912.  Contents: 3 movements (in the original
version, the second movement quoted Many
thousand gone
, and the third quoted Yankee
Doodle
).  Duration: 25:00.  Dedication: Maud Powell.  Première: 1911; Norfolk Musical Festival,
Connecticut (an informal reading had taken place earlier in the Small Public
Hall, Croydon, with William J. Reed, violin, with the composer at the
piano).  Library: Spingarn.  —- for violin & piano, edited by W.
J.Reed.  London: Metzler & Co.,
1912.  Library: British Library;
Newberry.  AT: A. Saltmarsh, violin;
Avril Coleridge-Taylor, piano [excerpts].
M-5995.  Library: National Sound
Archives, London.

2,
Andante. London: Metzler, 1912.  —- for
organ, arr. by J. Stuart Archer.  London:
Metzler & Co., 1915.  Library:
British Library.  3. London: Metzler,
1912.  65p.  (M. & Co. 221).

A
corn song
, for medium
voice & piano (1897).  London: Boosey,
1897.  Text: Paul Laurence Dunbar.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn. —- for medium
voice & orchestra.  London:
Boosey.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

A
dance of bygone days
, for
medium voice & piano.

Danse
nègre
.  à         African suite.

The
death of Minnehaha, op. 30, no. 2
(1899), for solo soprano and baritone, SATB & orchestra.  London: Novello, 1899.  110p. (#8299).  Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  Duration: 40:00. Instrumentation: 2222 p;
4231; timp 2perc; strings.  Première:
1899/10/26; North Staffordshire Musical Festival, Hanley.  Library: Library of Congress (string parts);
Luck’s (7617); Spingarn. —– Opa Locka FL: Edwin F. Kalmus. (#3921).

78rpm:
Elsie Suddaby, soprano; George Baker, baritone; Howard Fry, bass; Royal Choral
Society; Royal Albert Hall Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. His
Masters Voice C2210/13.  AC: Helen Field,
soprano; Bryn Terfel, baritone; Welsh National Opera; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.  Argo MC-430356-4.  CD: Helen Field, soprano; Bryn Terfel,
baritone; Welsh National Opera; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.  Argo CD-430356-2.  Ever
thicker; And the foremost said; Forth into the empty forest
;        Gitchie
Manito
; Give your children food; Minnehaha; And the lovely Laughing Water; Hark,
she said
; Wahonomin; Then he sat down,
for soprano & orchestra.  Duration:
5:00.  Library: Luck’s (07617).
AT: Jacqueline Faulcon, soprano; Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Paul
Freeman, conductor (1973). Library: Lerma; Then
they buried Minehaha
.; For her soul;
Farewell, said he
; To the land of the
hereafter
. —- for piano, arr. by John Pointer.  London: Novello, 1917.  35p.
(#14947). —- piano-vocal
score.  51p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Deep
river
, for  violin & piano, arr. or edited by Maud
Powell [?].  Boston: Ditson, 1911.  [Not based on the spiritual.].  Duration: 5m30s.  Library: Spingarn.  —- for orchestra, arr. by Frank
Walker.  London: Hawkes & Son.

The
Delaware’s farewell
, for
medium voice & piano.

Didn’t
my Lord deliver Daniel?,

for piano trio.  Boston: Ditson, 1906.

Dimple-chin, for medium voice & piano.

Drake’s
drum
, for SA & piano
(1906).  London: J. B. Cramer, 1906.  8p.
Text: Henry Newbolt.  Duration: 2m45s.  “Original version”  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Boston:
Oliver Ditson, 1906.  8p.  Library: Library of Congress.  —- for SATB & piano, arr. by T. L. Le
Cras.  London: J. Curwnen, 1923.  8p. (#61169).  Library: Library of Congress. —- for TTBB,
arr. by Percy E. Fletcher.  London: J.
Curwen, 1906.

Dream
lovers, op. 25,
operatic
romance in one act, for soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone & orchestra
(1898).  London: Boosey, 1898.  1.
Prelude; 2. Duet: Is the red rose?; 3. Trio: You may go from bleak Alaska; 4.
Song: Long years ago; 5. Song: Pray tell me; 6. Solo & chorus: I’m a
wealthy wand’ring wight; 7. Quartet: Long, long the labour
Text: Paul
Laurence Dunbar.   Première: 1898/12/16
(Tortolano and Horne say 1898/12/18); Public Hall, Croydon; Brahms Choir;
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, conductor. (Tortolano registers this as op. 25;
Berwick Sayers says op. 25 is missing and registers this as op. 11.).  AT: Luvada Harrison, soprano; Yvette
Matthews, mezzo-soprano; Garymichael Murphy, tenor; Kevin Short, baritone;
Peabody Chamber Orchestra; Edward Polochick, conductor [orchestrator
unidentified(1984/02). ---- Library: Lerma; Peabody. ---- piano-vocal
score.  London: Boosey, 1898.  4, 37p. (#2242).  Library: Library of Congress.

The
Easter morn
, for medium
voice & piano (1904).  London:
Boosey, 1904.  7p.  Text: Arthur Chapman.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn (cataloged as The Easter moon). ---- for medium voice,
violin, violoncello & organ.  London:
Enoch.  7p.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

6
Easy pieces
, for violin
& piano.

Elegy,
organ, G minor

(1898).  London: Novello, 1898. (The village organist, v15).  Based on material from the first movement of
the Nonet, op. 2.

Encinctured
with a twine of leaves
,
for SSA (1908). London: Novello, 1908.  (Novello's 8vo edition of trios, quartets,
382)  Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge.  Library: Library of Congress. ---- for SA
& piano, arr. by H. A. Chambers.
London: Novello, 1933.  7p. (#15867; Novello's 8vo edition of 2-part songs for female voices, 278).  Library: Library of Congress.

Endymion's
dream, op. 65
,
opera-cantata in 1 act for soprano, tenor, SATB & orchestra (1909).  London: Novello, 1910.  Text: C. R. B. Barrett, after John
Keats.  Première: 1910/02/04; Brighton
Musical Festival.  Chorus was originally
for women's voices.  Library: Schomburg.  Contents include: ---- Who calls?, for tenor & orchestra.  London: Novello. ---- for tenor & piano.
London: Novello, 1913.  12p.
(#13908).  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Ethiopia
saluting the colours, op. 51, concert march
, for orchestra (1902).  London: Augener, 1902.  (Augener's
edition
, 6106c [string parts]; other parts on rent)  Dedication: Treble Clef Club,
Washington.  Première: Albert Hall,
London; Albani Commemoration Concert; Croydon Orchestral Society; Samuel
Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  Library:
Schomburg. —- for organ, arr. by Edmondstoune Duncan.  London: Augener, 1903.  16p. (Augener’s
edition
, 6106d).  Library: Library of
Congress.  —- for piano (4 hands).  London: Augener, 1902.  19p.
(#12309; Augener’s edition,
6106b)  Library: Library of Congress. —-
for piano.  London: Augener, 1902.  (#12307; Augener’s
edition
, 6106a).  Library: Library of
Congress; Peabody; Spingarn; Yale.

Eulalie, for medium voice & piano (1904).  London: Boosey, 1904. 9p.   Text: Alice Parsons.  Library: Library of Congress.

The
evening star
, for SATB
(1911).  London: Novello, 1911. Text:
Thomas Campbell.  Duration: 2m20s.  AT: Morgan State University Choir; Nathan
Carter, conductor (1976). Library: Lerma. —– LP:  Audio House AHS-30F75 (1975). Library: CBMR
(Lerma).

An
explanation
, for high
voice & piano.  London: Augener,
1914.  Text: Walter Learned.  Library: Lerma; Schomberg; Spingarn.  AT: George Shirley, tenor; Wayne Sanders,
piano (1976, Westminster Choir School).  AT:  Library: Lerma. —- for medium voice &
piano.  Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt,
1914.  5p.  (10304)
Library: Spingarn.

The
fair at Almachora
, for
SATB.  London: Augener. (Augener’s edition, 4660).

5
Fairy ballads
, for high
voice & piano.   London: Boosey, 1909
(also published separately)  26p.
(6428).  Text: Kathleen Easmon.  Library: Schomburg, Yale. 1. Sweet baby butterfly; —- for low voice
& piano.  London: Boosey, 1909.
(#6428); 2. Alone with mother; 3. Big lady moon. —- for low voice &
orchestra.  London: Boosey, 1909.  5p. (#6428). Library: Schomburg, Spingarn. —-
for low voice & piano.  78rpm: Violet
Oppenshaw, contralto. His Masters Voice D-688. 4. The stars.—- for low voice & piano.  London: Boosey, 1909.  Library: Spingarn. 5. Fairy roses. —- for medium voice & piano.  London: Boosey, 1909.  7p. (#6428) Library: Schomburg; Spingarn.  —- for high voice & orchestra.  London: Boosey, 1910.  (#6556-6560).
Library: Library of Congress (parts). —– for low voice &
piano.  London: Boosey.  Library: Yale.

Fall
on me like a silent dew
,
for SA & piano (1911).  London: J.
Curwen, 1912.  4p. (#71376).  Text: Robert Herrick (1647).  Library: Library of Congress.

Fantasiestück,
violoncello & orchestra, A major
(1906).
Manuscript not extant.  Première:
1907/07/07; Tower, New Brighton; Nary McCullagh, violoncello.

Fantasiestücke,
string quartet, op. 5

(1895). London: Augener, 1921.  (#10555; Augener’s edition, 7207). Dedication:
Sir Charles Stanford.  Première:
1895/03/13; Royal College of Music.
Library: Library of Congress (parts). 1. Prelude in E minor; Allegro ma non troppo; 2. Serenade in G major; Andante molto; 3. Humoresque in A minor; presto; 4. Minuet and trio in G; allegro moderato.  —- for piano, arr. by Alex Roloff.  5. Dance
in G; vivace
.

Faust,
op. 70
, for piano
(1908)  London: Boosey, 1908.  23p. (#6050).
Duyration: 15:00.  Library:
Library of Congress. —- for band. —- for orchestra (1909).  London: Boosey, 1909.  23p.
(#6106)  Text: Stephen Phillips
and J. Comyns Carr, after Goethe.
Première: 1908/11/07; His Majesty’s Theatre, London.  Library: Library of Congress; Yale. —- Dance and chant, Devil’s kitchen scene.
London: Boosey.  78rpm: Regent
Concert Orchestra. Boosey & Hawkes 1922.      —-
for piano. —- Dance of the witches. 78rpm: Regent Concert Orchestra; William
Hodgson, conductor. Boosey & Hawkes BH-1922. —- The four visions: Helen, Cleopatra, Messalina, and Margaret.  London: Boosey. 78rpm: Regent Concert
Orchestra.  Boosey & Hawkes 1922. —-
A king there lived in Thule, for high
voice & piano.  London: Boosey,
1908.  7p. (#6021).  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn. —-
for medium voice & piano.  New York:
Boosey, 1908.  Library: Schomburg.

Five-and-twenty
sailormen
, for medium
voice & piano (1911).  n.p.?: John
Church, 1910.  Text: Greville E.
Matheson.  Duration: 3:00.  Library: Schomburg; Spingarn.

Forest
of wild thyme, op. 74
, for
orchestra (1911).  London: Boosey,
1911.  Text: Alfred Noyes. Commission:
Beerbohn Tree.  1. Scenes from an imaginary ballet.
New York: G. Schirmer, 1911.
Library: Luck’s (5301). —- for piano.
New York: Schirmer; London: Winthrop Rogers, 1911.  17p. (#2764).
Library: Peabody; Schomburg; Spingarn; Yale.  78rpm: Alec Rowley, piano. Anglo-French 2053.
CD:  Pearl GEMM-9965. —- for orchestra,
arr. by Elliott Schenck.  London:
Lafleur.  —- a) Molto vivace, D.  London:
Winthrop Rogers, 1911.  5p.  (#22671)
Library: Library of Congress. —- b) Allegretto, B flat.  London:
Winthrop Rogers, 1911.  5p.  (#22672)
Library: Library of Congress. —- c) Tempo di menuetto, G.
London: Winthrop Rogers, 1911.
5p.  (#22673)  Library: Library of Congress. —- d) Andantino, A flat.  London: Winthrop Rogers, 1911.  5p.
(#22674)  Library: Library of
Congress. —- e) Vivacissimo, A minor.  London: Winthrop Rogers, 1911.  5p.
(#22675)  Library: Library of
Congress. —- f) [?].  London: Winthrop
Rogers, 1911.  5p.  (#22676)
Library: Library of Congress. 2. Three
dream dances
, in D, F & G.
London: Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, 1911, 1921.  (#10610-7)
Library: Library of Congress.—– 78rpm: London Palladium Orchestra;
Clifford Greenwood, conductor.  78rpm:
His Masters Voice 8876/7. 78rpm: Victor 27230/1.  CD:  Mayfair
Orchestra; George W. Byng, conductor. Pearl GEMM-9965. 78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-8876/7.  CD:
Pearl GEMM-9965.  78rpm: Hastings
Municipal Orchestra; Basil Cameron, conductor. Decca M11, 16. —- for band.         —- for chamber orchestra. —- for
piano.  London: Ascherberg, Hopwood and
Crew, 1914.  18p. (#A.H. & C.
5368a).        Library:
Peabody, Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale. —– Cameron. 78rpm:  Decca M-11, M-16.         —- for piano (4 hands). —- for violin & piano, arr.
by Alfred Moffat.  London: Ascherberg,
Hopwood & Crew, 1924.  18p. & pt.
(#10803).  Library: Library of Congress. —-
for violoncello & piano, arr. by Alfred Moffat.  London: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew.  18p.   (#A.H&C.
10945).  Library: Library of Congress. 3.
Intermezzo.  78rpm: Symphony Orchestra; Malcolm Sargent,
conductor. His Masters Voice B-8113.  LP:  Cedric Sharp Sextet.  Pearl GEMM-9965.  78rpm:
MHV C-1894. —- for band, arr. by T. Conway Brown.  London: Boosey & Hawkes.  Library: Library of       Congress. —- for organ, arr. by Purcell J. Mansfield.  London: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew,
1946.  Library: Library of Congress.  78rpm: W. Steff-Langston, organ of Elite
Cinema, Wimbledon.  Columbia 4319. —-
for piano.  London: Ascherberg, Hopwood
& Crew, 1911. Library: Spingarn. 78rpm: JB-8113.4. Songs. a)  Your heart’s desire.  London: Boosey, 1920. b) Little boy blue. —- for SA & piano.  London: Boosey, 1923.  Library: Library of Congress. c) Come in.  London: Boosey, 1920. d) Dreams, dreams, for high voice & piano.  London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1923. —- for
SA & piano.  London: Boosey,
1923.   Library: Library of Congress.       5. Christmas overture, for orchestraLondon:
Boosey & Hawkes, 1925.  11p.
(#H11744).  Duration: 5m.  Instrumentation: 1121; 4230; perc;
strings.  Library: Luck’s (#5300). —–
78rpm: Symphony Orchestra; Malcolm Sargent, conductor.  His Masters Voice C-2485. —– CD: Symphony
Orchestra; Malcolm Sargent, conductor.  Pearl
GEMM-9965. —– 78rpm: BBC Wireless Symphony Orchestra; Percy Pitt, conductor.  Columbia 9137.  —– LP: BBC Wireless Symphony Orchestra;
Percy Pitt, conductor.  Rare Recorded
Edition-185.  78rpm: New Light Symphony
Orchestra; Ainsley Murray, conductor.
His Masters Voice B-8378/9; Victor 27225/6. —–  CD: Albert Coates, conductor. Pristine PAM
X0005 (ca. 2008).  —- for orchestra, arr. by Syndey
Barnes.  London: Boosey, 1925. (#H.11699;
Boosey’s orchestral journal,
263).  Library: Library of Congress
(parts).  —– CD:  Duration: 5m53s. Naxos 8.570331 (ca.
2008; The night before Chrstmas).  —- for piano.  London: Novello, 1925.  11p. (#11744).  Library: Peabody.

Forest
scenes, op. 66, 5 characteristic pieces
, for piano (1907).
London: Augener, 1907.  25p.  (Augener’s
edition
, 6097; #13552)  Dedicated:
Frances Taylor.  Library: Library of
Congress, Peabody, Schomburg, Yale.

London:
Augener, 1915.  Library: Yale.              1.
The lone forest maiden.  London: Augener, 1915.  4p.
Library: Library of Congress; Yale.
See also Coleridge-Taylor, Avril. Forest scenes.  2. The phantom lover arrives. 3. The phantom tells his late of longing.  London: Augener.  4. Erstwhile
they ride, the forest maiden acknowledges her love
.  5. Now
proudly they journey toward the great city
.

From
the prairie, rhapsody
, for
orchestra.  London: Boosey.  Première: 1911; Norfolk Musical Festival,
Connecticut.  [Tortolano cites 1914 date].  —- for piano.

Genevieve, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.   9p. (#736).
Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.
—- for medium voice & piano.
Library: Library of Congress.

The
gift rose
, for high voice
& piano (1907).  Boston: Oliver
Ditson, 1907.  5p.  (#5-37-66582).  Text: Dr. Frederic Peterson.  Library: Spingarn.

London:
Winthrop Rogers, 1921, 1907.

Gipsy
suite, op. 20
, for violin
& piano (1898).  London: Augener,
1904.  28p. (Augener’s edition, 11340; #12680).
Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale (44p.).           1. Lament and
tambourine
.  London: Augener,
1904.  2 vols.  (#12680; Augener’s
edition
, 11340)  Library: Library of
Congress. AT:       Joseph Striplin,
violin, with piano) 1976, Detroit Museaum of Art.  AT: Library: Lerma. 2. A Gipsy song.  London:
Augener, 1908, 1897.  16p. (Augener’s edition, 7357; 11163). AT: Joseph
Striplin, violin, with piano) 1976, Detroit Museum of Art.  Library: Lerma. 3. A Gipsy dance.  London:
Augener, 1908, 1897.  16p. (Augener’s edition, 7357; 11163). —-
for violoncello & piano.  London:
Augener.   4. Waltz.  London: Augener,
1904.  2 vols.  (#12680; Augener’s
edition
, 11340)  Library: Library        of Congress.  AT: Joseph Striplin, violin, with piano)
1976, Detroit Museum of Art.  Library:
Lerma.

The
gitanos, op. 26
,
cantata-operetta for soprano, 2 mezzo-sopranos; 2 contraltos, SSA & piano
(1898).  London: Augener, 1898.  40p.  (Augener’s edition, 9088 [9088a, words
only; 9088b, in tonic sol-fa notation]; #11247)
Text: Edward E. Oxenford.
Library: Spingarn.

—-
Isola, arr. by Ernest Reeves. —-
for piano, arr. by Alex Roloff.  London:
Augener, 1916.  5p. (#15009).  Library: Peabody.

The
guest
, for medium voice
& piano (1911).  London: Augener,
1914.  Text: Robert Herrick.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn. —- for medium
voice & orchestra.

Hemo
dance, scherzo, op. 47, no. 2
,
for orchestra (1900).  London: Novello,
1900.  Duration: 7:00.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4230; timp perc;
strings.  Library: Fleisher (1765).

London:
Novello, 1902.  (#11293)  Library: Library of Congress (string parts).

New
York: Arthur P. Schmidt, n.d.  Library: Spingarn.  —- for violin & piano.

Herod,
op. 47, no. 1
, for medium
voice & orchestra (1900).  London:
Augener, 1901.  Text: Stephen
Phillips.  Duration: 12:45.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4230; timp;
strings.  Commission: Beerbohm Tree. —-
for piano.  London: Augener, 1901.  17p. (Augener’s
edition
, 6105; #11986).  Library:
Library of Congress, Peabody, Schomburg, Spingarn. —- for piano (4
hands).  London: Augener, 1901.  27p. (#11996; Augener’s edition, 6880).
Library: Library of Congress. Contents (other titles appear in the
manuscript for the incidental music):       1.
Processional.  London: Augener, 1901.  7p.
Library: Library of Congress. 2. Breeze scene.  London: Augener, 1901.  8p.
Library: Library of Congress. —- for piano.  London: Augener, 1901.  3. Dance.  London: Augener, 1901.  8p.
Library: Library of Congress.  —-
for piano.  London: Augener, 1901.  4. Finale.
London: Augener, 1901.  6p.  Library: Library of Congress.  ?. Sleep,
sleep, O king
, for medium voice & orchestra.  London: Enoch, 1900. —- for medium voice
& piano.  New York: Boosey,
1900.  7p.  (#E. & S. 2781).  Library: Spingarn.

Hiawatha
ballet, op. 82, no. 1
, for
orchestra, orchestrated by Percy E. Fletcher (1912).  London: Boosey, 1919.  25p.
(#H&S 5706).  Duration: 18:00.  Library: Library of Congress. —– 78rpm: Lutetia
Wagram Orchestra; Fernand Heuteur, conductor. Columbia D-1067. —- for band,
arr. by Frank Winterbottom.  London:
Boosey & Hawkes. —– 78rpm: Band of H. M. Coldstrem Guards; Lt. R. G.
Evans [excerpts]. His Masters Voice C-1057. Contents: 1. Hiawatha’s wooing; The wooing.
78rpm: New Queen’s Hall Orchestra; Alick Maclean, conductor.  Columbia L-1540/1.         LP:  Rare Recorded Edition 185. —- for piano. 2.
The wedding feast; The marriage feast.  —- for piano.  3a. The
famine
.  3b. Bird scene and conjurer’s dance.
London: Boosey, 1922.  78rpm: Regent
Concert Orchestra; William Hodgson, conductor. —– 78rpm:  Boosey & Hawkes 1922 (Conjurer’s dance only). —- for piano. 4.
The departure.  AT: CBS Concert Orchestra; Bernard Herrman,
conductor.   Library: Lerma.    5. The reunion in the last of the hereafter.
—- for piano.

Hiawathan
sketches, op. 16
, for
violin & piano (1896).  London:
Augener, 1897.  17p.  (Augener’s
edition
, 7356; #11074)   Première: 1896;
Salle Erard, in recital with Paul Laurence Dunbar.  Library: Spingarn.

1.
A tale.  2. A
song
.  3. A dance. —- for organ.
London: Augener, 1908 (with fingering by William Henley).

Hiawatha’s
departure, op. 30, no. 4
,
for soprano, tenor, baritone, SATB & orchestra (1900).  London: Novello, 1900.  Duration: 40:00.  Instrumentation: 3232; 4231; timp perc hrp
(optional organ); strings.  Text: Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow.  Première: 1900/02/11[Horne
says 22]; Royal Albert Hall, London; Royal Choral Society.  Library: Library of Congress (564); Luck’s
(7618). —– Opa Locka FL: Edwin F. Kalmus.
(#5368).

AC:
Helen Field, soprano; Arthur Davies, tenor; Bryn Terfel, baritone; Welsh
National Opera; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.
Argo MC-430356-4.  CD: Helen Field,
soprano; Arthur Davies, tenor; Bryn Terfel, baritone; Welsh National Opera;
Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.  Argo
CD-430356-2. —- piano-vocal score.
London: Novello, 1900.  199p.  Library: Yale.

1.
Spring had come, for solo
soprano.  London: Novello, 1900.  16p. (#1151).
Also available with German text.
Library: Library of Congress.
78rpm: Elsie Suddaby, soprano, with orchestra.  His Masters Voice D-3476. AC: Jacqueline
Faulcon, soprano; Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Paul Freeman (1973).  Library: Lerma.   —- for soprano & piano. London: Novello, 1900.  2. From
his wand’rings
.  3. At each other look’d the warriors.  4. True
is all Iagoo tells us
.  5. By the shore of Gitche Gumee.  6. All
the air was full of freshness
. 7. From
the brow of Hiawatha
, for solo soprano.
Library: Luck’s.  8. Beautiful is the sun, for baritone.  9. Then
the generous Hiawatha
.  10. Still the guests.  11. And
they said farewell
Hiawatha’s vision.  London: Novello.  —-
piano-vocal score.  London:
Novello.  Also available in German text.

Hiawatha’s
wedding feast, op. 30, no. 1

(1898), for tenor, SATB & orchestra.
London: Novello, 1900.  127p.  Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  Duration: 32:00. Instrumentation: 2222 p;
4231; timp perc hrp; strings.
Dedication: Sir George Grove.
Première: 1898/11/11; Royal College of Music.  Library: Kalmus; Library of Congress (563);
Luck’s (7616).

London:
Novello, 1902, as Hiawathas Hochzeit,
trans. by Ferdinand Freiligrath and A. J. Jarger.  74p. (Novello’s
original octavo edition
).  Library:
Library of Congress (62-66615).

78rpm:
Walter Glynne, tenor; Royal Choral Society; Royal Albert Hall Orchestra; Sir
Malcolm Sargent, conductor.  His Masters
Voice C-1931/4. —– LP: Richard Lewis, tenor; Royal Choral Society;
Philharmonia Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.   Angel
S-35900 (1962).  Library: CBMR (Lerma).  LP: Richard Lewis, tenor; Royal Choral
Society; Philharmonia Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.    His Masters Voice ALP-1899.  LP:  Richard
Lewis, tenor; Royal Choral Society; Philharmonia Orchestra; Sir Malcolm
Sargent, conductor.   His Masters Voice ASD-467.  LP: Richard Lewis, tenor; Royal Choral
Society; Philharmonia Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.   His
Masters Voice ESD-7161.  AC: Arthur
Davies, tenor; Welsh National Opera; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.AC: Argo
MC-430356-4.  CD: Arthur Davies, tenor;
Welsh National Opera; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.Argo CD-430356-2.  LP: Anthony Rolfe-Johnson, tenor; Bournemouth
Symphony Ochestra & Chorus; Kenneth Alwyn, conductor.  His Masters Voice EL-2701451.  —– EP [?]:
Alexandra Choir; Sinfonia of London; Charles Proctor, conductor
[excerpts]. Gramo 7EP.  Contents: 1. You shall hear how Pau-Puk-Keewis.  78rpm: Royal Choral Society; Sir Malcolm
Sargent, conductor.  His Masters Voice
HQM-1115.  2. Then the handsome Pau-Puk-Keewis. 3. He was dress’d in shirt of doe-skin.  4. First
he danc’d a solemn measure
. 5. Then
said they to Chibiabos
.  6. Onaway, awake beloved, for tenor &
orchestra.  London: Novello, 1898.
(#10723).  Duration: 5:00.  Instrumentation: 2222; 4000; hrp;
strings.  Library: Luck’s (2823),
Spingarn, Yale (manuscript, fragment of incipit). —– 78rpm: F. T. Herton,
tenor. Decca K-543. —– 78rpm: J. McHugh, tenor.  Decca SX-1512. 78rpm: Webster Booth, tenor;
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.   His Masters Voice C-3407.  78rpm: Webster Booth, tenor; Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.  His Masters Voice D-654.  78rpm: Webster Booth, tenor; Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.   His Masters Voice 7009.  78rpm: Tudor Davies, tenor, with orchestra. His
Masters Voice HMQ-1228. 78rpm: Tudor Davies, tenor, with orchestra.  His Masters Voice D- 1142.  CD: Tudor Davies, tenor, with orchestra.  Pearl GEMM-9965.  78rpm: Paul Althouse, tenor. Victor 55059 ()
c1923.  LP: William A. Brown, tenor;
London Symphony Orchestra; Paul Freeman, conductor.  Columbia M-32782 (Black composers series, vol. 2; 1974).  Library: CBMR (Lerma). —– New York: H. W.
Gray, n.d.  (p75-92) & parts. —-
for piano, arr. by John Pointer.  London:
Novello, 1917.  38p. (#14389).  Library: Peabody. —- for tenor &
piano.  London: Novello, 1898.  58p. Library: Spingarn, Yale.        —-
for treble voices & piano, arr. by H. A. Chambers.  London: Mills Music.  58p.  (Novello’s original octavo edition,
16088; #07-0077-80). 7. Thus the gentle
Chibiabos
. 8. Very boastful was Iagoo.
9. Such was Hiawatha’s wedding. —–
piano-vocal score.  London: Novello.  Library: Library of Congress (piano-vocal
score & parts). —– for orchestra, arr. by W. G. Ross.  London: Novello, 1921.  (#14797).
Contains selections.  Duration:
37:00.  Instrumentation: 2122; 2210; timp
perc hrp; strings.  Library: Fleisher.  —– for SSAA & piano, arr. by H. A.
Chambers.  London: Novello.  (#07-007700).

3
Humoresques, op. 31
, for
piano (1897).  London: Augener,
1898.  19p.  (Augener’s
edition
, 6102)  Contents: (1) in D;
(2) in G minor; (3) in A.  Nos. 1 & 3
also published separately.  Library:
Peabody, Spingarn, Yale.  —- for
orchestra.  London: Augener, 1897.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4231; timp perc;
strings. —- for orchestra, arr. by Avril Coleridge-Taylor.  London: Boosey.

I
was way down a-yonder
, for
piano trio.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1906.

Idyll,
op. 44, E minor
, for
orchestra (1901).  London: Augener;
Novello, c1922.  Duration: 5:00.  Instrumentation: 2222; 4210; timp hrp;
strings.  Première: 1901/09/11;
Gloucester Musical Festival.  Library:
Fleisher (1764).  —- for violin &
piano.

If
I could love thee
, for low
voice & piano (1905).  New York:
William Maxwell, 1905.  6p. (#731).  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

I’m
troubled in mind
, for
medium voice & piano.  London: Boosey
& Hawkes, n.d. —- for orchestra.
Duration: 5m30s.

3
Impromptus, organ, op. 78

(1911). London: A. Weekes, 1911.
23p.  Contents: (1) in F; (2) in
C; (3) in A minor.  Duration: 12m.  —- for piano, arr. by Purcell James
Mansfield.  London: A. Weekes; Chicago:
C. F. Summy, 1914, 1911.  16p.  —- for orchestra.

2
Impromptus
, piano.
[London?]: Forsythe, 1910. London: Augener, 1911.  (Augener’s
edition
, 6096).  Published
separately.  1. in A.  4p.
(#14128)  Library: Peabody. —-
for organ.

78rpm:
R. Arnold Grier, organ.  Zonophone 5229. 2.
in B minor.  5p.  (#14127)
Library: Peabody, Yale.

In
memoriam; 3 Rhapsodies, op. 24
, for low voice & piano (1898).
London: Augener, 1898.  9p. (Augener’s edition, 8868; #11278).  Contents: (1) Earth fades, heaven breaks on
me (text: Robert Browning); (2) Substitution (text: Elizabeth Barrett Browning;
(3) Weep not, beloved friends (text: Chiabrera).  Dedication: To a friend.  Première: Paul Laurence Dunbar? (Tortolano).  Library: Spingarn, Yale.

In
the press
, for organ, arr.
by A. Eaglefield Hull, for organ.
Sayers, p320, suggests this is part of Album.

In
thee, O Lord, have I put my trust
, for SATB.  London: Novello,
1891.  Dedication: Col. Herbert A.
Walters.

Interlude,
for organ
.

The
island of gardens
, for
medium voice & piano.  London: Boosey
& Hawkes, 1911.

Isle
of beauty
, for SATB with
piano reduction.  Boston: Arthur P.
Schmidt, 1920.  7p. (Arthur P.         Schmidt’s octavo
edition
, 205).  Text: T. H. Bayly.  London: Augener, 1920.  3p. (#15420; Augener’s edition, 4657).
Library: Library of Congress.

Jubilate
deo
.  London: Novello, 1899.  8p. (Novello’s
parish choirbook
, 418).  Library:
Library of Congress.

A
June rose bloomed
, for SSA
& piano (1906).  London: Augener,
1911, 1906.  5p.  (Augener’s
edition
, 4249; 4249a in tonic sol-fa notation)  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Yale.

Keep
me from sinking down, slow movement on a Negro melody
, for violin & orchestra.  Dedication: Maud Powell.  Première: 1911; Norfolk (CT) Music
Festival.  Library: Yale.

Keep
those eyes
, for soprano,
tenor & piano.  London: Novello,
1903.  Text: Thomas Moore.  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn
(manuscript, 8p.).

Kubla
Khan, op. 61, rhapsody
,
for mezzo-soprano, SATB & orchestra (1905).
New York: Schuberth; London: Novello; Houghton, 1905.  50p. (#559).
Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Première: 1906; Queen’s Hall, London; Handel Society.  Library: Library of Congress; Schomburg;
Spingarn; Yale.

A
lament
, for medium voice
& piano.  London: Ricordi, 1910.  6p.
Text: Christina Rossetti.
Duration: 2:45.  Library:
Schomburg, Yale.

AT:Avril
Coleridge-Taylor, soprano; N. Turner, piano. 1393.  Library: National Sound Archive, London.

Lament, for piano (1909).  London: Augener.  Library: Spingarn.

Land
of the sun, op. 15
, for
SATB & piano (1897?).  London:
Augener, c1897.  8p. (Augener’s edition, 4661).  Text: Bride
of Abydos
, by Lord Byron.
Dedication: Sir Walter Parrett.

The
lee-shore
, for SATB
(1911).  London: Novello, 1912.  8p. (#45-1231-36).  Text: Thomas Hood.  Duration: 2:50.  Library: Library of Congress.  —- for TTBB with piano reduction.  New York: H. G. Gray; London: Novello,
1929.  8p. (#15485; The Orpheus, 610).  Library:
Library of Congress.

Legend
from the Concertstück, op. 14
,
for violin & orchestra (1893).
London: Augener, 1897, 1908.
Dedication: Marie Motto.  Edition
of 1908 has violin part edited by J. Henley.
Library: British Library (1897 and 1908 imprints). —- for violin &
piano.  London: Augener, 1897.  (#11011; Augener’s
edition
, 7353)  Library: Library of
Congress.

Life
and death
, for high voice
& piano.  London: Augener, 1914.  5p.
Text: Jessie Adelaide Middleton.
Duration: 1m45s.  Library:
Schomburg, Yale.  78rpm: Webster Booth,
tenor; Hubert Greenslade, piano.  His
Masters Voice B-9451. —– 78rpm: Peter Dawson, tenor, with piano.  His Masters Voice B-8325. —- for high voice
& orchestra. —- for medium voice & piano.  New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1914.  5p. (#14770).
Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.  —-
for piano, arr. by Alex Roloff.

Lift
up your heads
, for
soprano, contralto, tenor, bass & organ.
London: Novello, 1892.  5p.
(#28-0409-03).  Text: Psalms 24:7,8.

Park
Ridge: Neil A. Kjos, 1950. —– Melville: Belwin-Mills.  5p. (Church
music review
, 1460). —– for SAB & piano, ed. by Walter Ehret.  Westbury: Pro Art, 1955.  8p.
Library: Library of Congress. —- for SATB & band, arr. by Forrest
L. Buchtel.  Chicago: Neil A. Kjos,
1950.  Library: Library of Congress. —-
for SATB & organ, arr. by Forrest L. Buchtel.  Chicago: Neil A. Kjos, 1950.  Library: Library of Congress. —- for SATB
& piano, ed. by Walter Ehret.
Westbury: Pro Art, 1954. (Pro Arte
chorale
, 1536).  Library: Library of
Congress.

The
links o’ love
, for low
voice & piano (1910).  New York: John
Church, 1910.  7p. (#16426).  Text: Greville E. Matheson.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Little
boy blue, op. 84
, for
unison chorus.  London: Boosey &
Hawkes, 1923.

6
Little songs for little folks, op. 19, no. 2
, for medium voice & piano (1898).  London: Boosey, 1898.  21p.
Text: Cooper (Kingsley?) and Charles Kingsley.  Contents: (1) Sea shells; (2) A rest by the
way; (3) A battle in the snow; (4) A parting wish; (5) A sweet little doll; (6)
Baby land.  Dedication: “to my
little sisters and brothers, Alice, Marjorie, and Victor.”  Library: Library of Congress.

The
Lord is my strength
, for
SATB.  London: Novello, 1892.  (#28-0398-04).

Loud
sang the Spanish cavalier
,
for TTBB with piano reduction (1910).
London: J. Curwen, 1910.  6p.  Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  Library: Library of Congress.

Love
is like the roses
, for low
voice & piano.  New York: Arthur P.
Schmidt, 1918.  5p. (#A.P.S. 12347).  Text: Robert Buchanan.  Library: Spingarn.

A
lovely little dream
, for
medium voice & piano (1909).  New
York: Schirmer; London: Metzler, 1909.
Text: Sarojini Naidu.  Library:
Schomburg, Spingarn. —- for string orchestra & organ.  London: Metzler. (De Groot and the Picadilly orchestra series, vol. 2).  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Love’s
mirror, song for Michelmas Day
, for medium voice & piano (1897).
London: Augener, 1916.  3p.  Library: Spingarn, Yale.

Love’s
passing
, for low voice
& piano (1905).  New York: William
Maxwell, 1905.  7p. (#737).  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn. —–
New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, n.d.
Library: Spingarn.  Reprinted in The dome (Michaelmass Day, 1897)
p77-79.  Library: Library of Congress. —-
for medium voice & piano.  Library:
Library of Congress.

Love’s
questionings
, for medium
voice & piano (1904).  London: Keith,
Prowse, 1904.  7p.  Text: Alice Parsons. Library: Library of
Congress.

Low
breathing winds
, for high
voice & piano.  London: Augener,
1914. (#10299).  Text: W. C. Berwick
Sayers.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn,
Yale. —- for medium voice & piano.
London: Augener, 1914. (#14639).
Library: Spingarn, Yale.

Luconor:
Jesu, the very thought of thee
, for SATB.  n.p.?: n.d.?  (Methodist
Sunday School Hymnal
).

4
Lyrics after his songs
,
for piano, arr. by Alex Roloff.  London:
Augener, 1917.  (Album series, 58).  Library:
British Library; Schomburg.

Magnificat
and Nunc dimittis, op. 18
.  London: Novello, 1899.  15p. (Novello’s
parish choirbook
, 419).  Library:
Library of Congress.

Many
thousand gone, slow movement on a Negro melody
, for violin & piano. Library: Royal College of
Music.   See also: Concerto, violin, op. 80, G minor.

Meditation, for piano.  New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1915.

Meg
Blane, A rhapsody of the sea, op. 48
(1902), for mezzo-soprano, SATB & orchestra.  London: Novello, 1902.  Text: Robert Buchanan.  Dedication: Mary Wakefield.  Première: 1902/10/03; Sheffield Musical
Festival; Henry Wood, conductor.
Library: Library of Congress (4 vols., SATB parts with 1903 imprint,
string parts with 1902 imprint).

Contents
include:  Lord, hearken to me, Epilogue.
London: Novello, 1904.  Library:
Library of Congress. —– piano-vocal score.
London: Novello, 1902.  80p.
(#11307).  Library: Schomburg, Yale.

Melody,
organ, D major
(1898).  London: Novello, 1898.  (The
village organist
, v12).

Menuet,
piano
, ed. by Alex
Roloff.  London: Augener, 1917.  7p. (#15075).
Library: Library of Congress, Peabody.

Minnehaha
ballet music, op. 82, no. 2
,
for piano.  London: Hawkes & Son,
1925.  31p. (#H. & S. 6313).  Duration: 19m30s.  Library: Library of Congress; Schomburg;
Spingarn.

78rpm:
Grosvenor Orchestra. ACO G-16046/7.              1. Laughing Water. 2. The
pursuit
. 78rpm: Regent Concert Orchestra; Adolf Lotter, conductor. Boosey
& Hawkes 1916. 3. Love song. 4. The homecoming. 78rpm: Regent Concert
Orchestra; Adolf Lotter, conductor.  Boosey
& Hawkes 1916. —- for band. —- for chamber orchestra, arr. by Percy E.
Fletcher (1912).  London: Hawkes, 1925.
(#H&S 6312).  Library: Library of
Congress (parts).  Publisher’s title: Suite Hiawatha. —- for orchestra, arr.
by Adolf Lotter.  London: Boosey &
Hawkes, 1916.

Moorish
dance, op. 55
, for piano
(1904).  London: Augener, 1904.  17p. (Augener’s
edition
, 6107; #12682).  Library:
Peabody, Spingarn.  See also Coleridge-taylor, Avril. Rhapsodic dance, no. 2, orchestra.

2
Moorish tone-pictures, op. 19, no. 1
, for piano (1897).
London: Augener, 1897.  12p. (Augener’s edition, 6101; #11145).  Library: Peabody, Spingarn. —- for piano,
simplified edition by Alex Roloff.
London: Augener, 1915.Contents (also published separately)       1. Andalla.  London: Augener, 1897.  6p. 2. Zarifa.  London: Augener, 1897.  See also: Album
of melodies
.

Morning
and evening service, op. 18, F major
, for SATB & organ (1890).  London: Novello, 1899 (in Parish choir book).  14, 10, 7, 9, 5p.  Contents: (1) Te Deum; (2) Benedictus; (3)
Jubilate; (4) Magnificat; (5) Nunc dimittis.

My
Algonquin
, for medium
voice & piano (1909).  Philadelphia:
Theodore Presser, 1909. Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  Library: Spingarn. Boston [?]: Summy,
1910.  Library: Spingarn.

My
doll
, for medium voice
& piano (1900).  London: Boosey,
1910.  Text: Charles Kingsley.

My
lady
, for medium voice
& piano.  London: Augener, 1916.  Library: Spingarn.

New
York: Arthur P. Schmidt, n.d.   Library:
Spingarn.

24
Negro melodies, op. 59, no. 1,
for piano (1904).  Boston:
Oliver Ditson, 1905.  ix, 127p. (Musicians library; #ML-865 to 888).  Preface by Booker T. Washington.  Première? (of three titles): 1904; Music
Hall, Chicago; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, piano.
Library: Library of Congress (5-10910), Spingarn, Yale. New York: Da
Capo, 1979, 1905.  ix, 127p.  Includes introduction by William
Tortolano.  Library: Library of Congress
(LC 80-10552; ISBN 0-306-78023-1).  LP: Frances
Walker, piano. 2 Orion ORS-78205/306 (1978).
Library: CBMR (Lerma).        1. At the dawn of day; Loko ku ti ga.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress. —- for orchestra.  London: Novello, 1906.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress (& parts). —- for violin &
piano.  London: Novello, 1906.  15p.
Library: Library of Congress. 2. The
stones are very hard: Maribye ma nonoha ngopfu
.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p. Library: Library of Congress. —- for
orchestra.  London: Novello, 1906.  Library: Library of Congress (parts). —-
for violin & piano.  London: Novello,
1906.  5p. & part.  Library: Library of Congress. 3. Take Nabandji: Thata Nabandji.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress. CD: Virginia Eskin, piano. Koch 3-7056 H1.
4. They will not lend me a child: A ba
boleki mwana!
  Boston: Oliver Ditson,
1905.  5p.  Library: Library of Congress.  —- for orchestra.  Library: Library of Congress (parts). —-
for violin, violoncello, piano.  Boston:
Oliver Ditson, 1906.  Library: Library of
Congress. 5. Song of conquest:
Ringendj‚;xx
.  Library: Library of
Congress. —- for violin &
piano.  London: Novello, 1906.  13p.
Library: Library of Congress.       6.
Warrior’s song.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  9p.
Library: Library of Congress.            7.
Oloba.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  11p.
Library: Library of Congress. 8. The
bamboula; African dance
.  Boston:
Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.  Library: Library of Congress.  See also
à            Rhapsodic dance, no. 1, and Stors, Jean.
London: Augener, 1900.  Duration: 2m28s.  LP: Ruth Norman, piano. Opus One 39
(c1978).  Library: CBMR (Lerma).  CD: Virginia Eskin, piano. Koch 3-7056 H1. [excerpt].
Detroit: Board of Education, City of Detroit, 1971 (Afro-America sings).              9. The angels changed my name.
Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.
7p.  Library: Library of Congress.
10. Deep river.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.
Library: Library of Congress.  AT:
Raymond Jackson, piano (1981).  Library:
Lerma.  CD: Virginia Eskin, piano. Koch
3-7056 H1. —- for high voice & piano, arr. by William Arms Fisher.  Duration: 3m48s. LP: Isador Oglesby, tenor;
John Miller, piano.  Praise 658
(1979).  Library:  CBMR (Lerma). —- for soprano & TTBB.
78rpm: Frances Alda, soprano; Orpheus Quartet. Victor 64687 (c1923).
—- for violin & piano, arr. by Maud Powell.  78rpm: Maud Powell, violin; Falkenstein, or
Liachowsky, piano. Victor 74246 (before 1920). CD:  Maud Powell, violin; Falkenstein, or
Liachowsky, piano.  11. Didn’t my Lord deliver Daniel?  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.
Library: Library of       Congress.  AT: Raymond Jackson, piano (1981).  Library: Lerma.

—-
for orchestra. —- for violin, violoncello, piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress (parts). 12. Don’t be weary traveler.
Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.
5p.  Library: Library of Congress.
—–       Philadelphia: Theodore
Presser, 1940 (Etude, p39-40)  Library: Library of Congress. —– —- for
organ. —– 13. Going up.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.
Library: Library of Congress.  CD:
Virginia Eskin, piano.  Koch 3-7056 H1. 14.
I’m troubled in mind.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress. 15. I
was way down a-yonder: Dum-a-lum
.
Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.
7p.  Library: Library of Congress.  — for orchestra. —- for violin,
violoncello & piano.  Boston: Oliver
Ditson, 1906.  Library: Library of
Congress. 16. Let us cheer the weary
traveler
.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.
Library: Library of Congress. 17. Many
thousand gone
.  Boston: Oliver
Ditson, 1905.  7p.  Library: Library of Congress. 18. My Lord delivered Daniel.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.
Library: Library of Congress. —- for orchestra.  —- for violin, violoncello &
piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  9p.
Library: Library of  Congress
(parts). 19. Oh, he raise a poor Lazarus.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  9p.
Library: Library of Congress.  20.
Pilgrim’s song.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress.  21. Run, Mary, run.  Boston: Oliver Ditson,
1905.  7p.  Library: Library of Congress.  CD: Virginia Eskin, piano. Koch 3-7056 H1. 22.
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress.  AT:
Mildred Ellis, piano. Library: Lerma. —– CD: Virginia Eskin, piano.  Koch 3-7056 H1.       —- for medium voice & piano, arr. by William Arms Fischer
(his op. 19, no.2).  Boston: Oliver
Ditson, 1917.  7p.  (#5-150-72070)  Library: Spingarn. —- for orchestra. —-
for violin, violoncello, piano.  Boston:
Oliver Ditson, 1906.  9p. & pts.  Library: Library of Congress. 23. Steal away.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  Library: Library of Congress.  AT: Raymond Jackson, piano (1981). Library:
Lerma. 24. Wade in the water.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.  7p.
Library: Library of Congress. —- [excerpts]  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1906.  Library: Library of Congress. —-
[excerpts]  London: Winthrop Rogers,
c1920 or 1924.  3 vols. (6 Negro melodies).—- [excerpts]  Chapel Hill: Hinshaw, 1981.  28p. (4
Negro melodies
).  Contains 4 titles,
edited by Maurice Hinson.

Nero,
op. 62, incidental music
,
for orchestra (1906).  London: Novello,
1907.  Text: Stephen Phillips.  Duration: 24m.  Instrumentation: 2222; 4231; timp hrp perc;
strings.  Dedication: Beerbohm Tree.  Première: 1906; His Majesty’s Theatre,
London.  Library: Fleisher (1766).

New
York: H. W. Gray. —– London: Novello, 1906.
Library: Library of Congress (contains excerpts). —- for piano.  London: Novello, 1909.  35p.
Library: Library of Congress. —- for violin & piano.  London: Novello, 1906.  8p.
Library: Library of Congress. 1. Prelude.  London: Novello, 1906.  Parts.
Library: Library of Congress.      —-
for violin & piano.  London: Novello,
1906.  14 or 15p. & part.  Library: Library of Congress. 2. Intermezzo, Singing girls’ chorus. —-
for violin & piano.  London: Novello,
1906.  5p. & part.  Library: Library of Congress. 3. Eastern dance.  Library: Library of Congress (parts). 4. First entr’acte. 5. Second entr’acte, Poppea. —- for violin & piano.  London: Novello, 1906.  13p. & part.  Library: Library of Congress.  6. Processional
march
. —- Suite.  Contents: (1) Prelude; (2) Intermezzo; (3)
Eastern dance; (4) Processional march.

Nonet,
op. 2, F minor, for piano, clarinet, bassoon, horn, & string quintet
(1894).
Première: 1895/07/05; Royal College of Music, London.  Library: Royal College of Music.  See also Elegy,
organ, G minor
.

Nourmahal’s
song and dance, op. 41, no. 2
,
for piano (1900).  London: Augener,
1900.  11p. (Augener’s edition, 6104).
Library: Yale. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905. 1. Nourmahal’s song.  London:
Augener. —– AC: Hildred Roach, piano (1977). Library: Lerma. 2. Nourmahal’s dance.

4
Novelletten, op. 52
, for
string orchestra & percussion (tambourine & triangle) (1902).  London: Novello, 1903.  12, 10, 11, 14p. (#11577-11580).  Contents: (1) in A; (2) in C; (3) in A minor;
(4) in D.  Duration: 21:00.  Library: Fleisher (521s, 539s, 540s, 541s);
Library of Congress (score & parts); Spingarn (nos. 1 & 4). —- for
violin & piano.  London: Novello,
1903.  12, 9, 10, 12p. & part.  Library: Library of Congress.

Now
late on the Sabbath day, anthem for Eastertide
, for SATB.
London: Novello, 1901.  8p. (Novello’s octavo anthems, 695).  Text: St. Matthew 28:1-9, 19, 20.  Library: Library of Congress.

O
mariners, out of the sunlight
,
for TTBB (1910).  London: J. Curwen.  (#50462).
Text: Robert Buchanan.

O
mistress mine
, for medium
voice & piano (1906).  Boston: Oliver
Ditson; London: Winthrop Rogers, 1906.
5p.  Text: From Twelfth night, Act II/3, by William
Shakespeare.  Library: Library of
Congress, Spingarn.

O
who will worship the great god Pan?,
for TTBB (1910).
London: J. Curwen, 1910.  Text:
Robert Buchanan.

O
ye that love the Lord
, for
SATB & organ.  London: Novello,
1892.  4p. (1623; #40-0882-00).  Text: Psalms 97. —- for SATB & organ,
arr. by James Allan Dash.  Baltimore:
Baltimore Music Co., 1951. (James Allen
Dash choral arrangements
, 222).
Library: Library of Congress.

The
oasis
, for medium voice
& piano.  London: Augener, 1898.  Text: Adrienne [Adrien, in Tortolano]
Ross.  Music based on Part-songs, op. 21, no. 1, We strew these
opiate flowers
.  See also: Album of melodies.

Oh,
the summer
, for SA &
piano (1911).  London: J. Curwen, 1911.
(#71308).  Text: Isabel Ecclestone
Mackay.  Library: Library of Congress.

Oh
sweet, thou little knowest
,
for medium voice & piano.  London:
Ricordi.

Oh
tell me, gentle zephyr
,
for medium voice & piano.

Once
only
, for medium voice
& piano (1906).  London: Winthrop
Rogers, 1906.  7p.  Text: from Youth and love by Robert Louis Stevenson.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Boston:
Oliver Ditson, 1906.  7p. (#5-19-65712)

Organ
album
, arr. by A.
Eaglefield Hull.  London: Augener,
1916.  37p., 2v in 1 (#15059).  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress.

2
Oriental valses, op. 19, no. 1
, for piano (1905).  London:
Forsyth, 1905.  5, 8p.  Library: British Library; Library of
Congress. (also published separately): 1. Haidée.
2. Zuleika.

Othello,
op. 79,
incidental music,
for orchestra (1911).  London: Metzler,
1911.  56p. (M&Co.Ltd 207).  Text: William Shakespeare.  Duration: 11m30s.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4221; timp perc;
strings.  Dedication: Phyllis
Neilson-Terry.  Première: Her Majesty’s
Theatre, London.  Library: Fleischer
(2010); Library of Congress [1912 imprint].
78rpm: New Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. Boosey
& Hawkes 4273/4. —– CD:  New
Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor Pearl GEMM-9965. AT: B. B.
C. Concert Orchestra; Avril Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  T1393.
Library: National Sound Archive, London. —- for band, arr. by Frank
Winterbottom.  New York: Boosey &
Hawkes. 78rpm: Band of H. M. Coldstream Guards; Lt. R. G. Evans, conductor.  His Masters Voice C-1099. LP:  Rare Recorded Edition 185. —- for chamber
orchestra. —- for organ.  London:
Metzler, 1924.  27p.  (#709). —- for piano.  London: Metzler, 1912.  20p.
(#M. & Co. (1909) ltd. 206).
Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale. —- for violin & piano.

1.
Dance.   2. Children’s intermezzo.
—- for band, arr. by Frank Winterbottom.
London: Boosey & Hawkes.
(#H424). 3. Funeral march. —-
for organ.        4. The willow song. —- for high voice & piano.  78rpm: Mavis Bennett, soprano. His Masters
Voice B-2929. —– AT: Lorely Dyer, soprano. M-3330.  Library: National Sound Archive, London. —-
for low voice & piano.  London:
Metzler, 1912.  5p. (#M&Co. (1909)
190).  Library: Spingarn. —- for organ,
arr. by Frank E. Brown.  London: J. B.
Cramer, 1970.   (Cramer’s library of organ music by British composers). 5. Military march.           —- for organ. LP: Frederick Bayco, organ.  His Masters Voice CLP-1777.

Our
idyll
, for medium voice
& piano.  London: Augener, 1906.  Text: Adrienne Ross.  Music based on A June rose bloomed.
Library: Spingarn.

Overture
to the Song of Hiawatha, op. 30, no. 3
, for orchestra (1899).  London: Novello, 1899.  23p. (Echoes
aus Concert und Oper
, 32).  Duration:
4m. Première: 1899/10/06; Norwich Musical Festival.  Library: Library of Congress (parts). —-
for piano.  London: Novello, 1899.  23p. (#10912).  Library: Library of Congress.

Papillon, for piano (1908).  London: Augener, 1908.  11p. (Augener’s
edition
, 6096; #13778).  Duration: 3m55s.  Library: Peabody, Spingarn, Yale.  LP: Felipe Hall, piano. Da Camera Magna
SM-93144 (1975).  Library: CBMR (Lerma).

Part-songs,
op. 21
, for SSA &
piano (1898).  London: Augener,
1898.  Première: 1898/12/16; Public Hall,
Croydon. 1. We strew these opiate
flowers.
   Text: Hellas by Percy Bysshe Shelley. London: Augener, 1898.  (Augener
ed
. 4247)  4p.  Library: Library of Congress [incorrectly
entered as op. 35, no. 2]. 2. How they so
softly rest
.  London: Augener  (Augener
edition
, 4249).  Text: Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow, after Klopstock. —- for piano.

Part-songs,
op. 67
, for SATB
(1905).  London: Augener, 1905.  (Augener’s
edition
, 4659). 1. All my stars
forsake me
.  Text: Alice Meynell. 2. Dead in the sierras.  Text: Poems
of wild life in the Canterbury poets
, by Joaquin Miller.  See also: Album
of melodies
.     London: Augener.  (Augener’s edition, 4659a).  In tonic sol-fa notation.      3. The feast of Almachara.  Text: R. H. Horne.

The
parting glass
, for
narrator & piano.  Première: 1912;
Keats-Shelley Matinee.

Petite
suite de concert, op. 77
,
for orchestra (1911).  London: Hawkes,
1911.  (H&S 4598).  Duration: 14m30s.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4230; timp perc;
strings.  Library: Fleisher; Library of
Congress (parts, with 1910 imprint); Luck’s (7619), Schomburg.

Bonn:
Boosey (as Kleine Konzert-suite).  LP: Philharmonia Orchestra; George Weldon,
conductor.  His Masters Voice SXLP-30123.
—– LP: Philharmonia Orchestra; George Weldon, conductor.  His Masters Voice SXLP-30123. Philharmonia
Orchestra; George Weldon, conductor.  MFP
4510.  78rpm: London Symphony Orchestra;
Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. Columbia DX-651/2.  78rpm: London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm
Sargent, conductor.  78rpm: London
Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.  His Masters Voice C-2372/3.  78rpm: London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm
Sargent, conductor. RCA Victor 13792.
78rpm: London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. Victor
11283/4.  78rpm: Bournemouth Muncipal
Orchestra; Howard Godfrey, conductor.  Columbia DB-2478/80.  78rpm: Bournemouth Municiipal Orchestra; Dan
Godfrye, conductor.  Columbia DX-651/2.  CD: Bournemouth Municiipal Orchestra; Dan
Godfrye, conductor. Pearl GEMM-9965.
78rpm: Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra; Sydney Torch, conductor. Columbia
DB-2479/80.  Library: Lerma.  LP: Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra; Sydney
Torch, conductor.  Columbia ML-2180.  78rpm: Piccadilly Orchestra; DeGroot,
conductor.  His Masters Voice C-1218,
1233. —– LP: Piccadilly Orchestra; DeGroot, conductor.   Rare Recorded Editions 185. —- for band,
arr. by Frank Winterbottom.  London:
Boosey & Hawkes.  78rpm: Royal
Marines.

78rpm:  Columbia DX-1041/2. —- for piano.  London: Hawkes, 1916.  23p. (#H. & S. 5440).  Library: Library of Congress, Peabody,       Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

78rpm:
Ansell. Columbia 9340/1.  CD: Virginia
Eskin, piano.  Koch 3-7056. —- for 2
pianos.  London: Hawkes.  Library: Luck’s (#07619).

78prm:
M. Rawicz & W. Landauer, pianos. Columbia DB-2205/6. —- for violin &
piano.  London: Hawkes, 1916, 1911.  14p. (#H. & S. 4598 [piano], 4664
[violin]).  Library: Library of Congress.  —- 1. La
caprice de Nanette: Nannette’s whim
; allegro con brio. 78rpm: London
Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor.   Columbia 69080.  78rpm: London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm
Sargent, conductor. Società Italiana di Fonotipia Milano U-520. —- 2. Demande et réponse: Question and answer;
andante. 78rpm: London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. Columbia
69080.  78rp: London Symphony Orchestra;
Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. Società Italiana di Fonotipia Milano U-520.  AT: B.B. C. Concert Orchestra; Avril
Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  1393.
Library: National Sound Archive, London. —-
for string orchestra.  78rpm: J. Wilbur
String Ensemble. Boosey & Hawkes S-2096. —- for piano. 78rpm: Richard
Crean, piano. Decca LF-1010.  78rpm: Richard
Crean, piano. Decca LSB-196. —- for 2 trumpets & 2 trombones, arr. by
Denis Wright.  London: Boosey &
Hawkes, 1938.  4p. & parts (B&H
8177).  Library: Library of Congress
(46-29826). —- for violin & piano.
New York: Schirmer, 1911.
(#27136)  Library: Spingarn.  —- 3. Un
sonnet d’amour
; allegretto.  —- 4. La tarantelle frétillante; vivace.

The
pixies
, for SSA
(1908).  London: Novello, 1908.  (Novello’s
octavo edition of trios, quartets & choruses for female voices
)  Text: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.  Library: Library of Congress.  —- for SA & piano, arr. by H. A.
Chambers.  London: Novello, 1933.  7p. #15866; Novello’s octavo edition of two-part songs for female voices,
277)  Library: Library of Congress.

Prayer
for peace
(1911), for
unison voices.  London: J. Curwen,
1911.  Text: Alfred Noyes.

Prithee,
tell me
, for medium voice
& piano.

Prelude.
Library: Spingarn.

Quartet,
strings
.  London: Augener, 1895.  Contents: (1) Prelude; (2) Serenade; (3)
Humoresque; (4) Menuet and trio.
Duration: 5:00 [sic].

Quartet,
strings, op. 13, D minor

(1896).  Not extant.

Quintet,
clarinet & strings, op. 10, F sharp minor
(1895).
Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1895.
(Kammerbibliothek, 159/163;
parts only).  Contents: (1) Allegro
energico; (2) Larghetto affetuoso; (3) Scherzo; allegro leggiero; (4) Finale;
allegro agitato.  Duration: 26:18.  Première: 1895/07/11; Royal College of Music.
—– London: Musica Rara, 1974. —– New York: McGinnis & Marx; Deiro
Music Headquarters. LP: Ramon Kireilis, clarinet; Lamont String Quartet. Spectrum
SR-127 (1980).  Library: CBMR (Lerma).  LP: Georgina Dobrée, clarinet; Amici String
Quartet.  Chantry Discourses ABM-23
(1976).  Library: CBMR (Lerma).  CD: Harold Wright, clarinet; Hawthorne
Quartet.  Koch 3-7056 2H1.

Quintet,
piano & strings, op. 1, G minor
(1893).
Library: Royal College of Music.

Rhapsodic
dance, op. 75, no. 1, Bamboula
, for orchestra (1910).  London:
Hawkes & Son, 1911.  51p. (H&S
4728).  Duration: 8:00.  Instrumentation: 2222 p; 4231; timp perc;
strings.  Dedication: Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Stoeckel.  Première: 1911; Norfolk
Musical Festival, Connecticut (reference on the cover of the published set of
parts to a first performance by the New York Philharmonic in June 1910
doubtless refers to a rehearsal, conducted by the composer in Carnegie
Hall).  Library: British Library (plus
parts with 1912 imprint); Fleisher (147); Lerma; Library of Congress (also
parts); Luck’s (5299); Schomburg.Instrumentation: 3222; 4321; timp perc;
strings.  AC: Bournemouth Symphony
Orchestra; Kennth Alwyn, conductor.  VESD-
EL-2701454.  LP: Bournemouth Symphony
Orchestra; Kennth Alwyn, conductor.  VESD
7161.  AT: B. B. C. Concert Orchestra;
Avril Coleridge-Taylor, conductor. T-1393.
Library: National Sound Archive, London. —- for band, arr. by Frank
Winterbottom.  London: Hawkes & Son,
1920.  (Hawkes & Son’s miltary band edition, 428).  Library: British Library.  LP: Band of H. M. Colstream Guards; Lt. R. G.
Evans, conductor.  His Masters Voice
C-1022.  LP: Band of H. M. Colstream
Guards; Lt. R. G. Evans, conductor. LP: RRE-185.

Rhapsodic
dance, op. 75, no. 2
, for
orchestra.  New York: Boosey &
Hawkes.  Duration: 8:00.  Instrumentation: 3322; 4231; timp perc hrp;
strings.

Romance,
violin & orchestra, op. 39, G major
(1899).  London:
Novello, 1900.  (#10976).  Instrumentation: 2222; 4231; timp;
strings.  Library: Fleisher (831v),
Library of Congress (score & parts); Schomburg. —- for violin &
piano, arr. by Théophile Wendt. London: Novello, 1900.  13p.
Library: Library of Congress.
Première: 1899/05/24; Salle Erard, London; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor,
violin; Jessie S. Fleetwood Walmisley, piano.

Romance,
violin & piano, op. 60

(1905).  London: Augener, 1905.  7p. (#11341).
Library: Schomburg.  Dedication:
Goldie Baker.

Romance,
violin & piano, op. 73, C minor
.  London:
Augener.  (#11343).  The opus number is also share with Ballade, op. 73.

Romance
of the prairie lillies
,
for orchestra.  London: Boosey &
Hawkes, 1931. —- for band.

2
Romantic pieces, violin & piano, op. 9
(1896).
London: Augener, 1908, 1896.  (Augener’s edition, 7352).  Première: 1896/03/06; Royal College of
Music.  The 1908 edition has fingering           by J. Henley.   1. Lament.  London: Augener, 1908, 1896.  5p. & part.  Library: Schomburg. 2. Merrymaking.

St.
Agnes’ Eve
, for orchestra
(1910).  London: Hawkes, 1922.  10p. (#H.&S. 6009).  Text: John Keats.  Duration: 8:00.  Première: 1910/06/10; Keats-Shelley Festival,
London. 1. That ancient beadsman heard
the prelude soft
. 78rpm: Regent Concert Orchestra; William  Hodgson, conductor. Boosey & Hawkes 1909. 2. Her maiden
eyes divine
. 78rpm: Regent Concert Orchestra; William Hodgson, conductor.  Boosey & Hawkes 1909. 3. Prophyro, now tell me where is Madeline.
—- for piano.  Library: Schomburg,
Spingarn. —- for orchestra, arr. by Adolf Lotter.  London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1922. —- for
band.

Scènes
de ballet, op. 64
, for
piano (1906).  London: Augener,
1906.  27p. (Augener’s edition, 6098; #13355).
Contents: (1) in C; (2) in A; (3) in A flat; (4) in B flat.  Library: Spingarn, Yale. —- for orchestra,
arr. by Avril Coleridge-Taylor.

Scenes
from an everyday romance, op. 41, no. 1
, for orchestra (1900).  London: Novello, 1900.  37p.
(#5301; 11029)  Contents: (1)
Allegro, in E minor; (2) Andante, in G major; (3) Tempo di valse, in B minor;
(4) Presto, in E minor.  Duration:
12:00.  Instrumentation: 3222 (p); 4230;
timp perc hrp; strings.  Première:
1900/05/24; Queen’s Hall, London; Philharmonic Society.  Library: Fleisher (1774); Library of
Congress. —- for piano.  New York:
Schirmer, 1911.  17p.

Scenes
from the Song of Hiawatha, op. 30
.  London: Novello,
1898-1900.  xvi, 200p.  Library: Schomburg. 1. Hiawatha’s wedding feast (1898). 2. The death of Minnehaha (1899). 3.
Overture to the Song of Hiawatha (1898).
4. Hiawatha’s departure (1900).

Sea-drift,
op. 69, rhapsody
, for
SSAATTBB (1908).  London: Novello,
1908.  19p. (Novello’s part song book, 1076).
Text: T. B. Aldrich.

The
sea shell
, for SATB
(1911).  London: J. Curwen, 1911.  Text: Alfred Lord Tennyson.

Serenade.  à  Album of
melodies.

She
dwells by great Kenhawa’s side, op. 54, no.2
, women’s voices & piano.  Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1905.  15p.
Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Library: Library of Congress.

She
dwellt amongst the untrodden ways
, for medium voice & piano (1911).
Text: William Wadsworth.

She
rested by the broken brook
,
for high voice & piano (1906).
Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1906.  7p.
(#72722).  Text: Robert Louis Stevenson,
from The unforgotten, in Praise and
ballads.
  Duration: 3:00.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

London:
Winthrop Rogers, 1921.

Recorded:

John
McCormack, tenor; Edwin Schneider, piano.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice DA-1778.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice HQM-1176.

Dorothy
Maynor, soprano.

CD:  Library of Congress (19  , 1940).

She
sat and sang away.
  à     6 Sorrow songs.

3
Short pieces, organ
.  London: Novello, 1898.  (The
village organist
, books 12, 15, 16)
Contents: (1) Melody; (2) Elegy; (3) Arietta.  Duration: 8:00.  No. 1 based on a theme from his symphony,
fourth movement, fourth version.

3
Short
pieces, organ.  London: Novello, 1920. (Original compositions, new series,no. 69)  Contents: (1) Arietta; (2) Elegy); (3)
Melody.  Library: British Library.

The
Shoshone’s adieu
, for
medium voice & orchestra (1904).
London: Boosey, 1904.  Text: Brice
Fennell.

—- for medium voice & piano.  London: Boosey, 1904.  Library: Schomburg.

3
Silhouettes, op. 38
, for
piano (1899).  London: Edwin Ashdown,
1904.  18p.

Contents:

1.
Tambourine.  London: Edwin Ashdown, 1904.  7p.

2.
Valse.  London: Edwin Ashdown, 1904.  5p.

3.
Lament.  London: Edwin Ashdown, 1904.  7p.

Sleep,
sleep, O king
.  à         Herod.

Solemn
prelude, op. 40
, for
orchestra. (1899) London: Novello, 1899.
Dedication: F. N. Kilburn.
Première: 1899/09/13; Three Choirs Festival, Worcester; Samuel
Coleridge-Taylor, conductor.  Original
title: A solemn rhapsody.

—- for piano.  London: Novello, 1899.  10p. (#10895).  Library: Library of Congress; Peabody;
Schomburg.

Solitude, for high voice & piano (1893).  London: Augener, 1918.  5p.
Text: Lord Byron.  Première: 1893.  Library: Yale.

Sonata,
clarinet & piano, F minor

(1893).  Not extant.

Sonata,
piano, C minor
(c1893).
Not extant.

Sonata,
violin & piano, D minor, op. 28
(1899).
London: Hawkes, 1917 (ed. by Albert Sammons).  27p.           &
part (#H&S 5577).  Library: Library
of Congress.

Recorded:

Albert
Sammons, violin; W. Murdoch, piano.

78rpm:  Columbia L-1396/7.

Song
of conquest, op. 59, no 2
,
for piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson,
1905.  9p.

Song
of deliverance
, SATB &
piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1918.  7p. (#72576-6; Part songs for mixed voices, new series, n2, 13, 268).

Song
of Prosperine
, for SATB
(1912).  London: Novello, 1912.  Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Song
of the Nubian girl
, for
medium voice & piano (1905).  London:
Augener, 1905.  4p. (#13002).  Text: Thomas Moore.  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn.

3
Song-poems, op. 50
, for
low voice & piano (1903).  London:
Enoch; New York: Boosey, 1905.  18p.  Text: Thomas Moore.  Library: Library of Congress; Schomburg;
Yale.

Contents:

—-
1. Dreaming forever.  New York: Boosey, 1905.  7p. (#3233).
Library: Spingarn.

—-
2. The young Indian maid.  New York: Boosey, 1905.

—-
3. Beauty and song.  New York: Boosey, 1905.  6p.
(#E&S 3237)  Library:
Spingarn.

—- for high voice & piano.  London: Enoch; New York: Boosey, 1905.  18p.
Library: Library of Congress.

3
Songs, op. 29
(1899), for
high voice & piano (1899).  London:
Augener, 1899.  13p. (Augener’s edition, 8869; #11295).  Library: Spingarn, Yale.

Contents:

—-
1. Lucy.  Ttext: William Wadsworth.

—-
2. Mary.  Ttext: William Wadsworth.

—-
3. Jessy.  Text: Robert Burns.

6
Songs, op. 37
, for low
voice & piano (1898).  London:
Novello, 1899.  Première (nos. 1-4):
1898/02/24; Croydon Conservatoire; Jessie Walmisley, soprano.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Contents:

—-
1. You’ll love me yet.  London: Novello, 1899.  4p. (#10818a).  Text: Robert Browning.  Library:                                  Schomburg,
Spingarn, Yale.

—-
2. Canoe song.  London: Novello, 1899.  5p. (#10840).
Text: Isabella Crawford.  Library:
British                     Library;
Schomburg; Spingarn.

—-
for medium voice & piano.  Library:
British Library; Spingarn.

—-
3. A blood-red ring hung around the moon.  London: Novello, 1899.  5p. (#10857).
Text: Barry                                    Dane.  Library: British Library; Schomburg;
Spingarn; Yale.

—-
for medium voice & piano.  London:
Novello, 1920.  (#14690).  Library: British Library;                           Schomburg; Spingarn;
Yale.

—-
4. Sweet evenings some and go, love.  Text: George Eliot.

—-
for medium  voice & piano.  London: Novello, 1899.  4p.
(#10838)  Library: British
Library;                      Schomburg;
Spingarn; Yale.

Recorded:

Walter
Hyde, tenor, with piano.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice E-22.

LP:  Rubini GV-5.

—-
5. As the moon’s soft splendour.  London: Novello, 1899.  5p. (#10866).
Text: To a lady singing                                   to her
accompaniment on the guitar
, by Percy Bysshe Shelley.  Library: Library of                           Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

—-
6. Elëanore.  Text: Eric Mackay.

—-
for high voice & piano.  London:
Novello, 1899.  4p.  (#10867).
Library: Spingarn.

London:
Novello, 1909.

Recorded:

Henry
Wendon, tenor; Gerald Moore, piano.

78rpm:  Columbia DB-2083.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice HMQ-1228.

Oldham,
tenor.

Webster
Booth, tenor; Hubert Greenslade, piano.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-9451.

LP
EMI GX-2567.

Morel,
tenor.

78rpm:  Parlophone E-11192 ().

Stuart
Burrows, tenor; John Constable, piano.

LP:  L’oiseau lyre SOL-324.  Library: CBMR (Lerma).

—-
for high voice & orchestra.

Recorded:

Tudor
Davies, tenor, with orchestra.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice D-1273.

—-
for low voice & piano.  London:
Novello, 1909, 1906.  5p. (#13113).  Library: Library of      Congress (1906 imprint); Peabody (1906 imprint); Yale (1909
imprint).

—-
for medium voice & piano.  London:
Novello, 1921.  4p. (14785).  Library: Spingarn.

Recorded:

Roy
Henderson, baritone.

78rpm:
Decca F-1699.

78rpm:  Gramophone D-3730.

—-
for medium voice & orchestra.

2
Songs, op. 81
, for medium
voice & piano (1912).  London:
Boosey, 1913, 1920.  15p. (#H.7902).  Text: Alfred Noyes.  Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

—- for medium voice & orchestra.

Contents:

—-
1. Waiting; scena.  London: Boosey, 1913.  15p. (#H.7900

—-
2. Red o’ the dawn.

2
Songs
, for medium voice
& piano.  London: Augener, 1916.  Contents: (1) My lady (text: E. R.
Stephenson); (2) Love’s mirror (text: Fritz Hart).

3
Songs of Heine
.  London: Augener, 1918.  Text: Heinrich Heine; English translation by
Elizabeth M. Lockwood.  Contents: (1) My
pretty fishermaiden [Du schönes Fischermädschen]; (2) Thy sapphire eyes; (3) I
hear the flutes and fiddles.  Library:
Schomburg.

New
York: Arthur P. Schmidt, n.d.  Library:
Spingarn.

Songs
of sun and shade
, for high
voice & piano (1911).  London:
Boosey, 1911.  18p. (#H8222).  Text: Margaret Radclyffe-Hall.  Library: Spingarn, Yale.

Contents:

—-
1. You lay so still in the sunshine.

—-
2. Thou hast bewitched me, beloved.

—-
for high voice & orchestra.

Recorded:

Arthur
Reckless, tenor, with orchestra.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-8285.

LP:  Pearl GEMM 9965.

—-
3. The rainbow child.  London: Boosey, 1911.  Library: Peabody.

—-
4. Thou art risen, my beloved.

Recorded:

Turner
Layton, tenor, with piano.

78rpm:  Columbia FB-3031.

Tudor
Davies, tenor, with piano.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice E-414.

Dorothy
Maynor, soprano, with piano.

CD:  Library of Congress (19  , 1940).

John
Thorne, baritone, with piano.

78rpm:  ACOG 16064.

—-
for high voice & orchestra.

Recorded:

Arthur
Reckless, tenor, with orchestra.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-8285.

LP:  Pearl GEMM 9965.

—-
5. This is the island of gardens.  London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1911.

Recorded:

Avril
Coleridge-Taylor, soprano, with piano.

AT:  T-1393.
Library: National Sound Archive, London.

Recorded:

—-
for high voice & orchestra.

Recorded:

Arthur
Reckless, tenor, with orchestra.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-8285.

LP:  Pearl GEMM 9965.

—- for high voice & orchestra.

—- for low voice & piano.

Sons
of the sea
, for medium
voice & piano (1910).  London:
Novello, 1910.  9p. (#13182).  Text: Sarojini Naidu.  Duration: 3:15.  Library: British Library (50765), Spingarn.

Recorded:

Peter
Dawson, bass-baritone, with orchestra

78rpm:  His Masters Voice C-2728.

CD:
Pearl GEMM 9965.

—- for medium voice & orchestra.

6
Sorrow songs, op. 57
, for
low voice & piano (1904).  London:
Augener, 1904.  23p. (#12715).  Text: Christina Rossetti.  Dedication: Jessie Coleridge-Taylor.  Première: 1904/05; Public Hall, Croydon;
Marie Brema, mezzo-soprano.

Contents:

—-
1. Oh, what comes over the sea.  London: Augener, 1906.  3p.
Library: Library of Congress.

Recorded:

Avril
Coleridge-Taylor, soprano, with piano.

AT:  T-1393.
Library: National Sound Archive, London.

—-
2. When I am dead, my dearest.  London: Augener, 1906.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress.

Recorded:

Violet
Oppenheim, contralto, with piano.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-572.

—-
3. Oh, roses for the flush of youth.  London: Augener, 1906.  4p.
Library: Library of Congress.

—-
4. She sat and sang away.  London: Augener, 1906.  4p.
Library: Library of Congress..

—-
for medium voice & orchestra.

—-
5. Unmindful of the roses.  London: Augener, 1906.  3p.
Library: Library of Congress.

Recorded:

W.
Booth, tenor; Hubert Greenslade, piano.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-9451.

—-
for medium voice & orchestra.

Recorded:

Arthur
Reckless, tenor, with orchestra.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice B-8285

CD:  Pearl GEMM-9965.

—-
6. Too late for love.  London: Augener, 1906.  5p.
Library: Library of Congress.

—- for medium voice & piano.

The
soul’s expression, four sonnets, op. 42
, for low voice & piano (1900).  London: Novello, 1900.  19p.
(#11085)  Text: Four sonnets by Elizabeth Barrett
Browning.  Contents: (1) The soul’s
expression; (2) Tears; (3) Grief; (4) Comfort.
Dedication: Marie Brema.
Première: 1900/09/13; Hereford Musical Festival.  Library: British Museum (50763), Spingarn,
Yale.

—- for low voice & orchestra.

Southern
love songs, op. 12
, for
high voice & piano (1896).  London:
Augener, 1896.  15p. (Augener’s edition, 8819; #10976).  Dedication: Mamie Fraser.  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn.

Contents:

—-
1. My love, a Spanish ditty.  Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

—-
for medium voice & orchestra.

—-
2. Tears, a lament.  London: Augener, 1896.  3p.
Text: J. G. Lockhart.  Library:
Yale.

—-
for medium voice & piano.

—-
for SATB & organ.  London: Augener,
1921.  Library: Spingarn.

—-
3. Minguillo, ancient Spanish.  Text: J. G. Lockhart.  See also: Album
of melodies
.

—-
4. If thou art sleeping, maiden.  Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, after a
Portuguese source.

—-
5. Oh my lonely pillow, stanzas to a
Hindu air.
  Text: Lord Byron.

Sometimes
I feel like a motherless child
.  à 24 Negro melodies.

Spring
had come
.  à  Hiawatha’s departure.

Suite
de pièces, op. 3, violin & piano or organ
(1893).
London: Schott, c1895.  Contents:
(1) Pastorale; (2) Cavatina; (3) Barcarolle; (4) Contemplation.  Library: Spingarn.

A
summer idyll
, for high
voice & piano (1906).  London:
Boosey, 1906.  7p. (#E.S. 3551).  Text: Hilda Hammond-Spencer.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

—- for low voice & piano.  London: Boosey, 1906.  Library: Library of Congress.

—- for medium voice & piano.  London: Boosey, 1906.  Library: Library of Congress.

Summer
is gone
, for SATB
(1911).  London: J. Curwen, 1911.  Text: Christina Rossetti.  Duration: 3:00.

Recorded:

Glasgow
Orpheus Choir; Sir Hugh Roberton, conductor.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice E-407 (1920s).

LP:  EMI Starline MRS-5175.

Sweet
baby butterfly
.  à        5 Fairy ballads.

Sweet
evenings come and go, love
.  à          6 Songs, op. 37.

Symphonic
variations on an African air, op. 63
, for orchestra (1906).  London: Novello, 1906.  107p.
Duration: 20:00.  Instrumentation:
3222 (Eh); 4231; timp perc hrp; strings.
Première: 1906/06/14; Queen’s Hall, London; Philharmonic Society.  Based on I’m
troubled in mind
.  Library: Fleisher
(1762), Library of Congress (string parts).

Recorded:

Royal
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Grant Llewellyn, conductor.

CD:  Argo 436401-2.

—- for piano.

Symphony,
op. 8, A minor

(1896).  Première (original version):
1896/03/06; St. James’ Hall, Royal College of Music; (fifth version): 1900/04/30;
Winter Gardens, Bornemouth.  The second
movement (“lament”) is based on a Black melody; five versions were
composed of the fourth movement.
Library: Royal College of Music (manuscript). —– CD: Aarhus Symphony
Orchestra; Douglas Bostock, conductor.
ClassicsO CD 684 (2008).
Duration: 36m44s.  Liner notes:
Lewis Foreman.  1, Allegro appasionato; 2. Lament; Larghetto affetuoso; 3. Schero;
Allegro ma non troppo; 4. Allegro maestoso ed energico
.

A
tale of old Japan, op. 76, cantata,
for solo soprano, contralto, tenor, bass, SATB &
orchestra (1911).  London: Novello,
1912.  v, 99p.  Text: Alfred Noyes.  Duration: 48:00.  Dedication: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoeckel,
“with happiest remembrances of the White House, Norfolk, Conn., U.S.A.,
and the people I met there.”
Première: 1911/12/06; Queen’s Hall; London Choral Society; Arthur Fagge,
conductor.  Library: Library of Congress
(orchestral parts, #13531); Peabody.

—- piano-vocal score.  London: Novello; New York: H. W. Gray,
1911.  vi, 99p. (#13425; Novello’s original octavo edition).  Library: Schomburg.

Te
Deum, F major
, for SATB
(1890).  Absorbed in his Morning and evening service.

Te
Deum; a simple setting for parish choirs
, with organ.
London: Augener, 1921.  11p.
(#15522).  Library: Library of Congress.

Te
Deum laudamus, op. 18, F major
, SATB & organ.  London:
Novello, 1899.  15p. (Novello’s parish choirbook, 416).  Library: Library of Congress.

Tears.  à        Southern
love songs.

Tell
me, o tell me
, for high
voice & piano.  London: Augener,
1915.  Text: E. C. Stedman.  Library: Spingarn.

New
York: Arthur P. Schmidt, n.d.  Library:
Spingarn.

—- for medium voice & piano.

Thelma,
op. 72
, opera in 3 acts
(1909).  Text: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
[?].  Complete manuscript not extant.


Prelude.  London: Ascherberg-Hawkes; Novello,
1908.  Première: 1910/03; New London
Symphony Orchestra.

Then
he sat down
.  à The death of Minnehaha.

Thou
art
, for medium voice
& piano.  Philadelphia: Presser.

Three-fours,
op. 71, valse-suite
, for
piano (1909).  London: Augener,
1909.  25p. (Augener’s edition, 6073; #13895).
Duration: 18:30.  Dedication:
Myrtle Meggy.  Library: Peabody,
Schomburg, Spingarn.

Contents
(nos. 1 & 6 also published separately):

—-
1. Allegro molto, A minor.

—-
2. Andante, A flat.

—-
for orchestra, arr. by Norman O’Neill.
London: Augener, 1920.
(#15399).  Instrumentation:          2121; 2220; perc; strings.  Library: Library of Congress.

Recorded:

Palm
Court Orchestra; Albert  Sandler,
conductor.

78rpm:  Columbia BD 2212.

—-
3. Allegro moderato, G minor.

—-
4. Vivace, D.

—-
5. Andante molto, E flat.

—-
6. Allegro assai, C minor.

—-
for orchestra, arr. by Norman O’Neill.
London: Augener, 1920.
(#15399).  Instrumentation:          2121; 2220; perc; strings.  Library: Library of Congress.

Recorded:

Palm
Court Orchestra; Albert  Sandler,
conductor.

78rpm:  Columbia BD 2212.

—- for band.

—- for orchestra, arr. by Norman
O’Neill.  London: Augener, 1920.  (#15399).
Instrumentation: 2121;           2220;
perc; strings.  Library: Library of
Congress.

Recorded:

78rpm:  Columbia BD 2212 (Palm Court Orchestra;
Sandler, conductor).

—- for organ, arr. by O. King.  London: Augener, 1926.

—- for piano (4 hands), arr. by Alex
Roloff.   London: Augener, 1909. (#15213;
Album series, 72a-b; 724b).  Library: Library of Congress.

—- for piano trio.

—- for violin & piano.  London: Augener, 1920.  29p. (#15399).  Library: Peabody.

The
three ravens
, for medium
voice & piano (1897).  London:
Boosey, 1897.  Text: Wilhelmine
Grotjohann Dohrn (German translation).
Based on 16th-century English melody.

Thy
sapphire eyes
, for medium
voice & piano.  New York: Arthur P.
Schmidt, n.d.  Library: Spingarn.

Toujours,
l’amour
, for medium voice
& piano.

Toussaint
l’Ouverture, op. 46
, for
orchestra (1901).  London: Novello,
1901.  (#11336, string parts)  Duration: 15:00.  Instrumentation: 3222; 4231; timp perc;
strings.  Première: 1901/10/26
(1901/10/21 according to Tortolano and Horne); Queen’s Hall Symphony Concerts;
Henry Wood, conductor.  Library: Library
of Congress (string parts).

Trio,
violin, violoncello, piano, E minor
(1893).
Library: Royal College of Music.

Troubled
in mind
, for SATB.

Ulysses,
op. 49, incidental music
,
for orchestra (1901).  London: Novello,
1902.  Text: Stephen Phillips.  Première: 1902/01; Her Majesty’s Theatre;
Adolf Schmid, conductor.

Contents
include (also overture, interludes, entr’actes, and storm scene):

—-
From the green heart of the waters;
nymph’s song
, for SSA & orchestra.
London: Novello, 1902.                      8p.  Library: Library of Congress (51-0345).

—-
for SA & piano, arr. by H. A. Chambers.
London: Novello, 1933.  7p.
(#15868; Novello’s                              octavo edition of
two-part songs for female voices
, 279).
Library: Library of Congress.

—-  for SSA & piano.  London: Novello.  (#51-0345-02).

—-
Great is he who fused the might, drinking
song
, for tenor & orchestra.
London: Novello, 1902.                            71p.  Library: Library of Congress.

—- Nymph’s
song
.

—-
O set the sails, for tenor &
orchestra.  London: Novello, 1902.  3p.  Library:
Library of Congress.

Unmindful
of the roses
.  à    6 Sorrow songs.

Until, for medium voice & piano (1908).  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1908.  5p.
(#5-40-66759)  Text: Frank          Dempster Sherman.  Library: Library of Congress.

London:
Winthrop Rogers, 1921.

Valse, for piano, 4 hands.  London: E. Ashdown, 1928.  15p.
Library: Yale.

Valse-caprice,
op. 23
, for violin &
piano (1898).  London: Augener, 1898
(bowing & fingering by William Henley).
13p. (Augener’s edition, 7358;
#11223).  Library: Spingarn.

Variations
on an original theme, violoncello & piano, B minor
(1907).
London: Augener, 1918.  26p. &
pt.  (#15159)  Première: 1907/11/30; String Players Concert,
Croydon; C. A. Crabbe, cello.  Library:
Library of Congress.

Variations
on an African air, op. 63
,
for piano.  London: Novello, 1906.  26p.
(#12360)  Première: 1906/06/14;
London Philharmonic Society.

A
vengeance
, for medium
voice & piano.

Viking
song
, for low voice &
piano (1911).  Boston: Oliver Ditson,
1914.  7p.  (#5-146-71907)  Text: David McKee Wright, from The Sydney bulletin.  Duration: 2:30.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Recorded:

Emilio
de Gorgorza, baritone (by 1923).

78rpm:  His Masters Voice 5-2105.

78rpm:  Victor 64786.

Stuart
Bardner, baritone.

78rpm:  His Masters Voice E-193.

—- for medium voice & piano, arr. by
Percy E. Fletcher.  London: J. Curwen.

—- for SA.  London: J. Curwen, 1911.  4p. (#1307).
Library: Library of Congress.

London[?]:
Allans.  (600).

—- for SATB.  London: J. Curwen.  (#60982).

Recorded:

Choir
of thge Convent of Jesus and Mary.

78rpm:  Decca 9426.

—- for SATB, arr. by Percy E.
Fletcher.  London: J. Curwen.  (#60982).

London[?]:
Allans.  (593).

—- for treble voice(s) & piano, arr.
by Jacobson.  London: J. Curwen.  (#72564).

—- for TTBB & piano, arr. by Percy E.
Fletcher.  London: J. Curwen.  Library: Luck’s (3044).

London[?]:
Allans (714).

Recorded:

Associated
Glee Clubs of America [2,500 male voices & piano, recorded at the
auditorium of the                            Sesquicentennial,
Philadelphia, 1926]).

.     78rpm:
Victor 20494A.

78rpm:  Zonophone GO 76.

The
violet bank
, for high
voice & piano (1905).  New York:
William Maxwell, 1905.  7p. (#788).  Text: Darling.  Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn.

Violin
album, 6 Easy pieces
, for
violin & piano, arr. by B. C. Hull.
London: Augener, 1920.  Library:
British Library.

A
vision
, for medium voice
& piano (1905).  New York: William
Maxwell; Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1905.
6p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress; Schomburg.

—- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Waiting.  è   2
Songs, op. 81
.

We
strew these opiate flowers
.  à     Part-songs, op. 21.

We
watched her breathing through the night
, for medium voice & piano.  Text: Thomas Wood.

—- for SSA & piano.  London: Augener.  (Augener’s
edition
, 4247).

What
can lambkins do?,
for
SSA.  London: Novello, 1908.  7p. (Novello’s
octavo edition of part song for female voices
)  Text: Christina Rossetti.  Library: Library of Congress.

—- for SA & piano, arr. by H. A.
Chambers.  London: Novello, 1933.  6p. (#15865; Novello’s octavo edition of two-part songs for female voices,
276).  Library: Library of Congress.

What
thou hast given me, Lord
,
for SATB (1901).  London: Weekes; New
York: William Maxwell, 1905.

—- for contralto & SAB.  Library: Library of Congress.

When
I am dead my dearest
.  à        6 Sorrow songs.

Whispers
of summer
, for SATB
(1910).  London: Novello, 1910 (Musical times, n51, p810).  Text: Kathleen Easmon.

Who
calls?
.  à           Endymion’s dream.

Why
does the azure deck the skies?,
for medium voice & piano.

The
willow song
.  à   Othello.

You
shall hear how Pau-Puk-Keewis
.  à      Hiawatha’s wedding feast.

You’ll
love me yet
.  à 6 Songs, op. 37.

The
young Indian maid
.  à    3 Song-poems.

Zara’s
ear-rings, op. 7
, for
soprano & orchestra (1985).  Text: J.
G. Lockhart.  Première: 1895/02/07;
Imperial Institute, London; Clementine M. Pierpoint.  Library: Royal College of Music.

Zuleika.  à

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