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ALB1576   ALBUM OF 27 SONGS brown rexine cover with `SONGS' in gilt on spine and `E.S.M.' monogram on cover : CONTENTS:
1. THE LOST CHORD No.3 in A flat. Words by Adelaide Proctor. Music by Arthur Sullivan (1877)
2. LET ME DREAM AGAIN No.2 in D. Words by B.C. Stephenson. Music by Arthur Sullivan (1875)
3. LITTLE MAID OF ARCADEE. Words by W.S.Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan (from THESPIS) (1872) rare
4. THE DISTANT SHORE. Words by W.S.Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan (1874)
5. THE VILLAGE CHIMES. Written by C.J.Rowe. Music by Arthur S. Sullivan (1870) rare
6. THE CHILDREN'S HOME. Words by Fred. E. Weatherly. Music by Frederic H. Cowen
7. IT WAS A DREAM. Words by R.E. Francillon. Music by Frederic H. Cowen
8. ROBIN REDBREAST. Words by William Allingham. Music by Claribel
9. WHO'S THAT TAPPING. Written by J.Loker. Music by S.W.New (small b&w cameo of cottage)
10.A DAISY SONG. Words by S.H. Gatty. Music by A.Scott Gatty
11. NO SIR! by A.M.Wakefield
12. THE BRIDGE. Written by H.W. Longfellow. Music by Miss M. Lindsay ( ILLUSTRATED COLOURED MUSIC COVER)
13. MISERERE DOMINE. Poetry by Adelaide Proctor. Music by John Blockley (b&w ILLUSTRATED MUSIC COVER of ship during and after storm)
14. THE BAILIFF'S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON. Music by John Blockley (b&w ILLUSTRATED MUSIC COVER)
15. WHEN THE SHIP COMES HOME. Music by Mrs. J.Worthington Bliss
16. LOVE'S GOLDEN DREAM. Music by Lindsay Lennox
17. GATES OF THE WEST. Words by A.L. Music by Caroline Lowthian (stamped 19 Sept. 1883)
18. MARJORIE'S ALMANACK. Words by J.B. Aldrich. Music by Charlotte H. Sainton Dolby (stamped 30 April 1872)
19. UNCLE JOHN by F.E.Weatherly
20. TURNHAM TOLL. Words by F.E.Weatherly. Music by Milton Welling
21. A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS. Words by T. Malcolm Watson. Music by Cecile S. Hartog
22. THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE. Words by F.E.Weatherly. Music by Joseph L. Roeckel
23. WHY ARE YOU WANDERING by I.Nathan
24. Cunningham Boosey's UNIVERSAL Music Standard SCOTCH SONGS ed. Fpx and Clarke : Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town
25. CHE FARO SENZA EURIDICE ?Recit. & Air from Gluck's ORFEO
26. DON PASQUALE by Donizetti SERENATA
27. CAVATINA from IL TANCREDI by Rossini
Condition : Good   £90.00 GANDS ALBUM
PS18X GOSS, Sir John O SAVIOUR OF THE WORLD Full Anthem by Sir John Goss (1800-1880) (Sullivan's harmony teacher). Banks No.403 York Series Anthems & Glees pp4     £3.00 GANDS partsong
PS20 GOSS, Sir John SEE AMID THE WINTER'S SNOW. Composed by J. Goss (Sullivan's harmony teacher) Novello’s Christmas Carols No.30 (Oct., 1931) 4 copies @ £3.00 the set     £3.00 for set of four GANDS partsong
SONG2 SULLIVAN, Arthur TWELVE ANTHEMS OF SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN TWELVE ANTHEMS OF SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN ed. Ian Harrold (with notes). IHM Sullivan Church Music Series pp101 A4 spiral-bound booklet with card covers and acetate front cover: 1. O LOVE THE LORD (1864) from Psalm 31. Full anthem for chorus (SATB) and optional organ
2. I WILL MENTION THE LOVING-KINDNESSES (1875) from Isaiah ch.63 7-9 14-16. Anthem for tenor solo, chorus (SATB) and organ
3. O TASTE AND SEE (1867) from Psalm 34. Anthem for chorus (SATB) and organ
4. HEARKEN UNTO ME, MY PEOPLE (1877) from Isaiah Ch. 51 4-6. Anthem for chorus (SATB) and organ
5. I WILL SING OF THY POWER (1877) from Psalm 59. Anthem for tenor solo, chorus (SATB) and organ
6. EVENING HYMN (from the 3rd century Greek): O GLADSOME LIGHT (from THE GOLDEN LEGEND 1886) for chorus (SATB) unaccompanied
7. SING, O HEAVENS (1869) (from Isaiah 49, 25 Psalms 85, 45). Festival anthem for tenor solo, chorus (SATB) and organ
8. REJOICE IN THE LORD (1869) (Psalm 33 vv. 1, 19-21). Full anthem for chorus (SATB) and organ ad lib.
9. LEAD KINDLY LIGHT (1871) Sacred part song for unaccompanied chorus
10.COME, YE CHILDREN (from THE PRODIGAL SON) (1869) for soprano (or tenor) solo, chorus and organ
11. HARK! WHAT MEAN THOSE HOLY VOICES? (1883) (John Cawood, 1819 for chorus (SATB) and organ
12. THE STRAIN UPRAISE (1874) (trans. Rev. J.M.Neale) Hymn-anthem for chorus (SATB) and organ
  £18.50 NEW GANDS ALBUM
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