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English Songs 1800-1860
English Songs 1800-1860 composed by Bush. Edited by Temperley. Library volumes. Score. Published by Stainer & Bell Ltd. (ST.MB43).
- Coronach: He is gone on the mountain - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (D-F) Performed by Thomas Attwood
- Go, lovely rose - Tenor (E-F) Performed by Thomas Attwood
- The cold wave my love lies under - Soprano/Tenor (D-G) Performed by Thomas Attwood
- Come into the garden, Maud - Tenor (F sharp-G) Performed by Michael William Balfe
- The sands of Dee (Oh! Mary go and call the cattle home) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (D-E) Performed by Michael William Balfe
- I arise from dreams of thee - Soprano/Tenor (C-G) Performed by John Barnett
- Ossian's Glen (In this still place, remote from men) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (C-F) Performed by John Barnett
- Gentle zephyr - Baritone (F-E flat) Performed by William Sterndale Bennett
- Indian love (Tell me not that thou dost love me) - Mezzosoprano (F sharp-E) Performed by William Sterndale Bennett
- The past (Wilt thou forget the happy hours) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (E flat-E flat) Performed by William Sterndale Bennett
- To Chloe in sickness (Long, long is the night) - Baritone (F sharp-E) Performed by William Sterndale Bennett
- By the simplicity of Venus' doves - Soprano/Tenor (E flat-G) Performed by Henry Rowley Bishop
- Come live with me and be my love - Soprano/Tenor (D-G) Performed by Henry Rowley Bishop
- Take, O take those lips away - Soprano/Tenor (D-F) Performed by Henry Rowley Bishop
- Here's the vow she falsely swore - Tenor (F sharp-A) Performed by John Clarke-Whitfeld
- One struggle more, and I am free - Baritone (C-F) Performed by John Clarke-Whitfeld
- What voice is this? - Soprano/Tenor (D sharp-G) Performed by John Clarke-Whitfeld
- The Hag - Soprano/Tenor (C sharp-A) Performed by John Liptrot Hatton
- To Anthea, who may command him anything (Bid me to love) - Baritone (D sharp-E) Performed by John Liptrot Hatton
- Dirge: Rough wind that moaneth loud - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (D-D) Performed by Edward James Loder
- I heard a brooklet gushing - Soprano/Tenor (E flat-G) Performed by Edward James Loder
- Invocation to the deep (What hid'st thou in thy treasure caves and cells) - Soprano/Tenor (D-G) Performed by Edward James Loder
- The Lamentations (The beauty of Israel is slain upon high) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (B sharp-F sharp) Performed by Edward James Loder
- Wake, my love, all life is stirring - Tenor (G flat-B flat) Performed by Edward James Loder
- Separation - Mezzosoprano (C sharp-G flat) Performed by George A. Macfarren
- The widow bird (A widow bird sat mourning for her love) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (F sharp-G) Performed by George A. Macfarren
- All my heart's thine own - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (C-F sharp) Performed by Henry Hugo Pierson
- Fear no more the heat of the sun - Alto/Bass (G-D) Performed by Henry Hugo Pierson
- John Anderson, my jo - Mezzosoprano (C sharp-F sharp) Performed by Henry Hugo Pierson
- Love and grief (Take, oh take those lips away) - Tenor (F-A) Performed by Henry Hugo Pierson
- The White Owl (When cats run home and light is come) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (C-E) Performed by Henry Hugo Pierson
- Those evening bells - Soprano/Tenor (E flat-A flat) Performed by Henry Hugo Pierson
- Eloisa to Abelard (Soon as the letters trembling I unclose) - Mezzosoprano (D-G) Performed by George Frederick Pinto
- From thee, Eliza, I must go - Baritone (D-F) Performed by George Frederick Pinto
- Invocation to Nature (Nature! sweet mistress of the pensive mind) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (D-F) Performed by George Frederick Pinto
- Cradle Song (Sweet and low) - Alto (A-C sharp) Performed by William Vincent Wallace
- Might I in thy sight appear - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (D-F) Performed by Samuel Wesley
- What shaft of fate's relentless power - Soprano/Tenor (A-A) Performed by Samuel Wesley
- Sebastian By the rivers of Babylon (We sat down and wept by the waters) - Mezzosoprano/Baritone (D-F sharp) Performed by Samuel Wesley
- Sebastian Collect for the Third Sunday in Advent (Lord Jesus Christ) - Baritone/Bass (G-B flat) Performed by Samuel Wesley
English Songs 1800-1860
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