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Composer: Thomas Augustine Arne (1710 - 1778)
Listing of art song and choral settings in the database
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All titles of vocal settings in Alphabetic order
- Arise, sweet messenger of morn
- Bacchus, god of mirth and wine (Text: Thomas Augustine Arne)
- Behold me
- Blow, blow thou winter wind (Text: William Shakespeare) FIN FRE GER GER ITA ITA FRE GER SWE
- By dimpled brook (Text: John Dalton after John Milton)
- By the gaily circling glass (Text: John Milton)
- Come, away death (Text: William Shakespeare) DUT DUT FIN FRE GER GER GER ITA NOR NOR SWE GER GER GER GER GER GER GER
- Cymon and Iphegenia
- Despairing beside a clear stream (Text: Nicholas Rowe)
- Fear no more the heat of the sun (The Dirge in Cymbeline) (Text: William Hawkins after William Shakespeare) FIN FRE GER GER ITA SPA GER
- Fresh and strong the breeze is blowing (Text: George Colman)
- Gentle youth, ah! tell me why
- Go, lovely Rose (Text: Edmund Waller)
- In infancy (Text: Thomas Augustine Arne)
- Now Phoebus sinketh in the west (Text: John Dalton after John Milton)
- Nymphs and shepherds, come away
- O come, o come, my dearest (Text: William Pritchard)
- O how great is the vexation (Text: Thomas Augustine Arne)
- O Peace, thou fairest child of heav'n
- O spread thy green mantle
- Sigh no more, ladies (Text: William Shakespeare) DUT DUT FIN FIN FRE FRE ITA FRE
- Sleep, gentle cherub (Text: Isaac Bickerstaff)
- Still in hopes to get the better
- The complaint
- The fond appeal
- The generous distressed
- The miller of Mansfield
- The plague of love (Text: William Whitehead)
- The rover reclaimed
- The serenade
- The shepherd
- The soldier tired (Text: Thomas Augustine Arne)
- The Sycamore Shade
- The timely admonition
- The topsails shiver in the wind (Text: Edward Thompson, Commodore)
- The tout-ensemble (Text: William Whitehead)
- Thou soft flowing Avon (Text: David Garrick)
- To fair Fidele's grassy tomb
- Under the greenwood tree (Text: William Shakespeare) DUT FIN FRE GER GER GER
- Water parted
- When daisies pied (Text: William Shakespeare) FIN FRE FRE GER GER NOR GER GER
- When forced from dear Hebe to go (Text: William Shenstone)
- When icicles hang by the wall (Text: William Shakespeare) FIN FRE GER
- When youth's sprightly flood
- Where the bee sucks (Text: William Shakespeare) FIN FRE FRE GER SPA
- Why so pale and wan (Text: John Suckling, Sir)
Last update: 2017-11-12 19:19:20