Texts to Art Songs and Choral Works by D. Dorward
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Song Cycles, Collections, Symphonies, etc.:
- Seven Short Songs for voice, recorder and piano [multi-composer]
- no. 1. Here we come a-piping, composed by Nicholas Marshall (Text: Anonymous)
- no. 2. Cradle Song, composed by Geoffrey Bush (Text: Anonymous) WEL
- no. 2. Cradle Song, composed by Geoffrey Bush (Text: Nerys Jones after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist)
- no. 3. The lamb that e’er the world began (Now carol we), composed by Inglis Gundry (Text: Volkslieder )
- no. 4. To Musick, composed by John Golland (Text: Robert Herrick)
- no. 5. Song at evening, composed by Geoffrey Kimpton (Text: Audrey Duggan) *
- no. 6. In the still air, composed by David Campbell Dorward (Text: Horatius Bonar)
- no. 7. I know a bank, composed by Betty Roe (Text: William Shakespeare) FRE
- The Garden of Love, op. 61
- Three Scotch Songs
- Three Songs for High Voice and Piano
All titles of vocal settings in Alphabetic order
- Beautiful must be the mountains whence ye come (in Three Songs for High Voice and Piano) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
- Eldorado (Text: Edgar Allan Poe) FRE GER
- Haste on, my joys! (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
- I have loved flowers that fade (in Three Songs for High Voice and Piano) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
- In the still air (in Seven Short Songs for voice, recorder and piano) (Text: Horatius Bonar)
- Invitation to Eternity (Text: John Clare)
- Nicholas Nye (Text: Walter De la Mare)
- The eternal feminine (in Three Scotch Songs) (Text: John Buchan)
- The Garden of Love, op. 61 no. ? (in The Garden of Love) (Text: William Blake) GER
- The South Countrie (in Three Scotch Songs) (Text: John Buchan)
Last update: 2023-08-01 14:42:31