Texts by H. Carey set in Art Songs and Choral Works
Texts set in art song or choral works (not necessarily comprehensive):
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Titles used by the text author appear in boldface. First lines appear in italics.
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- Advice to a Friend in Love (Prithee, Billy) - I. Holst
- As saunt'ring I rang'd in the park all alone - I. Holst (The Beau's Lamentation for the Loss of Farrinelli)
- Das Bäschen in unserm Sträßchen (Von allen Mädchen glatt und schön) (Text: Anonymous after Henry Carey)
- God save our Lord the King! - L. Beethoven
- God Save the King (God save our Lord the King!) - L. Beethoven
- Justification for Loving (Saw you the nymph whom I adore?) - I. Holst
- Of all the girls that are so smart GER - L. Beethoven, B. Britten, H. Carey, J. Weiss (Sally in our Alley)
- Polly’s birthday ('Tis wond'rous hard) - I. Holst
- Prithee, Billy - I. Holst (Advice to a Friend in Love)
- Sally in our alley (Of all the girls that are so smart) - L. Beethoven, B. Britten, H. Carey, J. Weiss GER
- Saw you the nymph whom I adore? - I. Holst (Justification for Loving)
- The Beau's Lamentation for the Loss of Farrinelli (As saunt'ring I rang'd in the park all alone)
- The beau’s lament for the loss of Farinelli (As saunt'ring I rang'd in the park all alone) - I. Holst
- 'Tis wond'rous hard - I. Holst (Polly’s birthday)
- Von allen Mädchen glatt und schön (Text: Anonymous after Henry Carey) (Das Bäschen in unserm Sträßchen) -
- Wine () - J. Jeffreys [x]
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