Texts to Art Songs and Choral Works by T. Ritchie
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All titles of vocal settings in Alphabetic order
- At that hour when all things have repose (in Serenade) (Text: James Joyce) FRE
- Goldenhair (Text: James Joyce) FRE IRI POL
- How do I love thee? (Text: Elizabeth Barrett Browning) CHI GER
- Sea-Fever (Text: John Masefield)
- The Lake Isle of Innisfree (Text: William Butler Yeats) FRE HUN ITA
- The New Bedford Whaler (Text: John Masefield)
- The twilight turns from amethyst (in Serenade) (Text: James Joyce) FRE
- Trade winds (Text: John Masefield) SPA
- When the shy star goes forth in heaven (in Serenade) (Text: James Joyce) FRE
- When you are old and gray (Text: William Butler Yeats) FRE GER HUN ITA
Last update: 2020-10-05 18:27:18