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- Ah, where I'd love to be
- Ah! yesterday to me roses he brought FRE
- J. Marx: Yesterday roses he brought
- At Robin Redbreast's I've been to dine
- Autumnal cradle song (Sun has weary grown of speeding
- Better it were in the house to go
- Cradle Song (On hilltops day is dying
) ITA FRE
- Forest solitude (The woods begin a-sighing) SPA FRE
- Good morning, dear leggies!
- How lovely the earth (How lovely the earth and so fair, so fair!) DUT FRE
- How lovely the earth and so fair, so fair! DUT FRE
- May blossoms (Suffer it when on thy tresses ) - J. Marx
- May rain (Better it were in the house to go
- Mother for me a sabre has bought
- "Mother, o Mother so hungry I
SPA ITA FRE
- Nocturne (Sweet fragrance of linden blossom ) - J. Marx FRE
- O summer morning, fair and blue!
- On hilltops day is dying
- On the line where the grass is high
- Return from the Banquet (At Robin Redbreast's I've been to dine)
- Suffer it when on thy tresses
- J. Marx: May blossoms
- Summer song (O summer morning, fair and blue!
- Sun has weary grown of speeding
- Sweet fragrance of linden blossom
- J. Marx: Nocturne
- The naughty little legs (Good morning, dear leggies!)
- The woods begin a-sighing SPA FRE
- Valiant Song (Mother for me a sabre has bought
- What shall I do (Ah, where I'd love to be
- Will-oo-not Sleep? (On the line where the grass is high
- Yesterday roses he brought (Ah! yesterday to me roses he brought) - J. Marx FRE
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