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Roger Quilter - Collected Songs

60 Songs - High Voice

By Roger Quilter

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High Voice
60 Songs - High Voice. Composed by Roger Quilter (1877-1953). Boosey & Hawkes Voice. Classical. Softcover. 240 pages. Boosey & Hawkes #M051934560. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48023637).

Item Number: HL.48023637

ISBN 9781495059117. 9x12 inches.

60 songs, with all the top favorites, with a significantly different compilation from the existing Quilter collections. Includes all Shakespeare settings (Op. 6, Op. 23, Op. 30), the complete Arnold Book of Old Songs, To Julia, and other complete sets, as well as individual songs.

  • Love's Philosophy 
  • My Life's Delight 
  • June 
  • The Ash Grove 
  • Brown is my love 
  • By a Fountainside 
  • Cherry Ripe 
  • Come away, death 
  • Damask Roses 
  • Fear no more the heat o' the sun 
  • The Jolly Miller 
  • Julia's Hair 
  • Now sleeps the crimson petal 
  • Three Poor Mariners 
  • To Daisies 
  • Barbara Allen 
  • My Lady Greensleeves 
  • Arab Love Song 
  • The Bracelet 
  • Charle is my darling 
  • The Constant Lover 
  • Dream Valley 
  • The Faithless Shepherdess 
  • The Fuchsia Tree 
  • In the bud of the morning-O 
  • Interlude (from TO JULIA) 
  • The Jealous Lover 
  • The Maiden Blush 
  • The Night Piece 
  • Prelude (from TO JULIA) 
  • Pretty Month of May 
  • Since first I saw your face 
  • Song of the Stream 
  • To Althea from Prison 
  • Blow, blow, thou winter wind 
  • Fair House of Joy 
  • O mistress mine 
  • Weep you no more 
  • Who is Silvia? 
  • It was a lover and his lass 
  • Music, when soft voices die 
  • An Old Carol 
  • Believe me, if all those endearing young charms 
  • Ca' the yowes to the knowes 
  • Drink to me only with thine eyes 
  • Go, lovely rose 
  • Hey, Ho, the Wind and the Rain 
  • How should I your true love know? 
  • I dare not ask a kiss 
  • The man behind the plough 
  • My lady's garden 
  • Oh! 'tis sweet to think 
  • Over the mountains 
  • Sigh no more, ladies 
  • Take, O take those lips away 
  • 'Tis St. Valentine's Day 
  • Under the greenwood tree 
  • When daffodils begin to peer 
  • Why so pale and wan? 
  • Ye banks and braes 
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