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Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Sleepers, wake) / J S Bach; arr. W. Gillies Whittaker {p. duo : OUP} 22/003-17

Wagner (Great masters Bk 6) / Richard Wagner; ed. Arthur Purcell {p. solo : Larway} 20/149(6)

Wagner-Album (Unsere Meister, 13) / Richard Wagner {p. solo : Breitkopf & Härtel} 21/372-9

Wagner-Liszt album: selection of favourite pieces from Wagner's operas / Richard Wagner; ed. E. Pauer {p. solo : Augener} 21/372-5

Wait!: song / Guy d' Hardelot; words by Arthur L. Salmon {Chappell} Cab 17/254-3 : No. 2 in F

Waiting for you: song / Montague Phillips; words by Royden Barrie {Chappell} Cab 17/448-9 : No. 1 in F

Wake up! (Spring flowers) / Montague Phillips; words by Harold Simpson {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/448-15 : No. 2 in Eb

Waldesfahrt {from Funf kleine Lieder Op. 69}: for high v. / Richard Strauss; [poem by] H. Heine {Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/538-4(4) : orig. (high) Ger. only

[Waldstein sonata Op. 53] / Ludwig van Beethoven; ed. (wth copious introductory matter) Jonathan Del Mar {p. solo : Bärenreiter} Cab 21/027-5.21 d

Waldszenen Op. 82: nine piano pieces / Robert Schumann; ed. Clara Schumann {Breitkopf & Härtel} 21/334-4

A walk in the Black Forest (Eine Schwarzwaldfahrt) / Horst Jankowski {p. solo : Intersong} Cab 21/200.3

The walk to the Paradise Garden / Frederick Delius; arr. Harold Perry {p. solo : Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 21/116-2

Die Walküre (libr.) / Richard Wagner; Ger. libretto Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. &c William Mann {misc. v. : Friends of Covent Garden} 03/178-4

Die Walküre (The Valkyrie) / Richard Wagner; Eng. trans. Frederick Jameson; vollst. Klavierauszug von Karl Klindworth {misc. v. : Schott} 06/072-7

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum) / Robert Schumann; text: Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood {solo v. : Augener} Cab 17/499-1 a,c : in Eb

The walnut tree (Der Nussbaum) / Robert Schumann; text: Julius Mosen: Eng. words Elisabeth M. Lockwood {solo v. : Augener} Cab 17/499-1 b : in G

Walter's prize song {from Die Meistersinger} / Richard Wagner; transc. W. J. Westbrook {organ : Schott} 40/260-5

Walther's prize song (Morn, like a rose) {from The Meistersingers} / Richard Wagner; Eng. by Percy Pinkerton {solo v. : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} 16/020(4) [3]

Waltz (The Military) / Ludwig van Beethoven {p. solo} 21/027-9

Waltz album / Emile Waldteufel {p. solo : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 21/373-3

Waltz and Celebration from 'Billy the Kid' / Aaron Copland; 'cello part ed. Gregor Piatigorsky {cello : Boosey & Hawkes} 33/019.87

Waltz from the fairy tale 'The Christmas tree' / Vladimir Rebikov {p. solo : Chester} Cab 21/298-2

Waltz from the Sleeping Princess / Tchaikovsky {p. solo : Chester} Cab 21/368-6(4)

Waltz in A Op. 54 no. 1 / Antonín Dvorák {p. solo : Lengnick} Cab 22/011.5-3

Waltz in A flat Op. 39 No. 15 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo : Augener} Cab 21/052-2(15)

Waltz in E Op. 8 No. 3 / Moritz Moszkowski {p. duet : Augener} Cab 22/028-4

Waltz no. 4 in G / Colin Taylor {Joseph Williams} 21/366.8

Waltz medley: [a medley of 6 waltzes in 2 parts] / Ivor Novello; arr. Jimmy Lally {solo v. : Chappell} 16/016-1

Waltz memories selection / Tchaikovsky; arr. Aubrey Winter {p. trio: vn & vc : Chappell} 24/030

Waltz of my heart {from The Dancing Years} / Ivor Novello; words by Christopher Hassall & Ivor Novello {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/432-8

Waltz of the flowers {from The Nutcracker Suite Op. 71} / Tchaikovsky; arr. Stepán Esipoff {p. solo : Schirmer} Cab 21/368-4 c

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} / Charles Gounod; Eng. words Edward Lockton {solo v. : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} 16/020(3) [2]

Waltz song {from Tom Jones} / Edward German; words by Chas. H. Taylor {Chappell} Cab 17/214-4 a-b : No. 2 in D

Waltz song {from Romeo and Juliet} / Charles Gounod; Eng. version Edward Oxenford {Greening} Cab 17/226-7

Waltz theme {from 'Blithe Spirit'} / Richard Addinsell {p. solo : Keith, Prowse} Cab 21/004-2

Waltzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {violin : Peters} Cab 28/005-3

Waltzes Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo : British & Continental} Cab 21/052-2.3 c

Waltzes Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms; arr. Edwin Hughes {p. duo : Schirmer} 22/007-3

Waltzes / Frédéric Chopin; ed. Thomas Fielden & Harold Craxton {p. solo : ABRSM} 21/082-8 a-b

Waltzes / Frédéric Chopin; ed. Frank Merrick {p. solo : Novello} 21/082-8.1 a-b

Waltzes (Valses) / Frédéric Chopin; rev. & fing. E. Biehl {p. solo : Bosworth} 21/082-8.7

Waltzes (15) / Frédéric Chopin; ed. Hans Semper {p. solo : Wood} 21/082-8.6

Waltzes (15) / Frédéric Chopin; ed., rev. & fing. Rafael Joseffy {p. solo : Schirmer} 21/082-8.8

Waltzes from Vienna: musical romance / Johann Strauss II; Eng. lyrics by Phil Park; arr. Ronald Hanmer {Chappell} 07/035-5 a-b

Waltzes from Vienna (selection) / Johann Strauss II; arr. G. H. Clutsam {p. solo : Chappell} 21/359-6

Waltzing Matilda: [scored for piano & ukulele] / Marie Cowan; words by A. B. Paterson {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/138.2 a-b

Waltzing Matilda / Thomas Wood {p. duo : OUP} Cab 22/059

Waly, waly / Robert Crawford {Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 17/142.4

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo : Breitkopf} Cab 21/052-2.3 a-b

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo : Joseph Williams} Cab 21/052-2 a

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo : Augener} Cab 21/052-2 b

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms; sel. Henry Geehl {p. solo : Edwin Ashdown} Cab 21/052-2 c

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. solo} Cab 21/052-2.1 a-b

Walzer Op. 39 / Johannes Brahms {p. duo : Peters} Cab 22/007-3.1 a-b

Walzer / Frédéric Chopin; ed. Hermann Scholtz {p. solo : Peters} 21/082-8.3 a-b also at 21/082-8.4[2]

Walzer Op. 54 no. 1 / Antonín Dvorák; [arr.] Hans Himmel {p. duet : Simrock} Cab 22/011.5-3

Walzer aus dem Ballet 'Naila' {from La Source by Leo Delibes} / arr. Ernst von Dohnányi; Delibes-Dohnanyi {p. solo : Rozsavolgyi} Cab 21/120-3 a-b

Wanderbilder Op. 17: 12 Klavierstücke / Adolf Jensen {Peters} 20/008 [3]

The wanderer: fantasia Op. 15 / Franz Schubert; ed. Franz Liszt {p. solo : Augener} 21/328-3.4 a

Wanderer-Fantasie C dur Op. 15 / Franz Schubert; ed. Walter Niemann {p. solo : Peters} 21/328-3.4 b

The wanderer's dream (Du bist die Welt): song / Franz Abt; composed by Franz Abt {Duff, Stewart} 16/050-3 [19] : [No. 2] in Ab

Wanderer's evening song (Wanderers Nachtslied): [duet] / Anton Rubinstein {Augener} Cab 18/137-1

Wandering minstrel (Der Musensohn) Op. 92 no 1 / Franz Schubert; words by Goethe; Eng. version Richard Capell {solo v. : Augener} Cab 17/496-13(1) a-b

Wandering Willie / Anon.; words by Burns {solo v.} 16/050-1 [39]

Wanderlied (A Wanderer's song) / Maude White; Eng. words Theodora Wilson {Laudy} Cab 17/571(4) : No. 2 in G

Das Wandern (Wandering) / Franz Schubert; transc. Franz Liszt {p. solo : Augener} Cab 21/328-13

Wanderstunden (Rêveries d'artistes) Op. 80: deuxième suite des Promenades d'un Solitaire / Stephen Heller {Edwin Ashdown} Cab 21/176-3

Wanting you {from The New Moon} / Sigmund Romberg; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/480-4.9

Wanton waltz / Antony Hopkins {flute : Schott} 38/041-2 a-b : 36/041-2 a-b

War is toil and trouble {from Alexander's Feast} / George Frideric Handel; arr. J. Michael Diack {ten. : Paterson} Cab 17/252-1

Warm-up: round for mixed chorus / Leonard Bernstein {Amberson} Cab 18/020

A warning, or The Danger of artificial fly: song from Vauxhall Gardens / Thomas Arne; arr. Norman Franklin {OUP} Cab 17/016-2 a-b

Warum willst Du? Op. 37 No.11 / Robert Schumann; von Rückert {sop. : Breitkopf & Härtel} Cab 17/499-2

A Warwickshire wooing: song / William G James; words by Edward Lockton {Ricordi} Cab 17/297-3 : No. 1 in Bb

Was Gott tut das ist wohlgetan (What God hath done is rightly done) / J S Bach; adapt. Walter Rummel {p. solo : Chester} Cab 21/016-8(5)

The Washington Post: march / John Philip Sousa {p. solo} Cab 21/355

The Washington post march / John Philip Sousa {p. trio: va & vc : Banks} Cab 24/028.5

The wasps [min. sc.]: fantasy overture for full orch. / Ralph Vaughan-Williams {Boosey & Hawkes} 04/026-1

Wassail: 4-part song, SATB / Charles Wood; words [from Kynge Johan] by John Bale {Deane} Cab 18/180

Watching and praying: song, with vn obbl.[?] ad lib.[?] / Charles Gounod; words by H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone {Beal} 10/045-5 [6] : No. 2 in Bb

Watching the wheat / arr. Kyle McCallum {organ : Oecumuse} 40/153-1

The watchman: song / W H Squire; words by Edward Teschemacher {Boosey} Cab 17/527-10 : No. 2 in D

Watchman! what of the night?: duet (ten. & bass) / J Sarjeant; Anon. {Boosey} Cab 18/141 b : No. 2 in G

Watchman! what of the night?: duet (ten. & bass) / J Sarjeant; Anon. {Boosey} Cab 18/141 c : No. 1 in F

The water is wide: folk song (SSA) / Luigi Zaninelli {Shawnee Press} Cab 15/083

The water mill / Ralph Vaughan-Williams; from 4 poems by Fredegond Shove {low v. : OUP} Cab 17/555-5 a : low v. (C)

The water mill / Ralph Vaughan-Williams; from 4 poems by Fredegond Shove {high v. : OUP} Cab 17/555-5 b : high v. (Eb)

Water-wagtail Op. 71 No. 3 (Bergeronnette) / Cyril Scott {p. solo : Elkin} Cab 21/338-2 a-b

The watermill: for oboe and piano [or solo violin or flute] / Ronald Binge {Weinberger} 36/003.3

Watt's cradle hymn: unison song / Geoffrey Self {Elkin} Cab 17/504.7

The way of life / Howard Shaw; words by Herbert Jefferson {solo v. : Larway} Cab 17/509.5 : No. 2 in F

The way you look tonight / Jerome Kern; words by Dorothy Fields; arr. George Mitchell {SATB soli : Chappell} Cab 18/079.2

The wayfarer's part song book; sel. & arr. John Horton {misc. v.} 15/010-2

We'd better bide a wee: song / Claribel; written & composed by Claribel {Boosey} Cab 17/031-2

I/we love you dearly (Haste you back) / Leslie Sturdy; words by Robert Wilson {solo v. : Kerr} Cab 17/541

We said we wouldn't look back {from Salad Days} / Julian Slade; words by Dorothy Reynolds & Julian Slade {solo v. : Francis, Day & Hunter} Cab 17/519-1 a-b

We two / John Rogers Thomas; written by Geo. Cooper {solo v.} 16/050-1 [15]

We'll meet again (Auf Wiederseh'n) / Maude White {solo v. : Laudy} Cab 17/571(1) : No. 2 in Bb

We've only just begun (SAB): p. acc. with optional string bass, guitar & percussion / Roger Nichols; words by Paul Williams; arr. Milt Rogers {Music Sales} 15/046

The weather the cuckoo likes: for high v. & piano / Peter Crossley-Holland; words by Thomas Hardy {Alfred Lengnick} Cab 17/142.9(1) a-b : [No. 1] in G

Weathers / Roger Fiske; words by Thomas Hardy {solo v. : OUP} Cab 17/192.5 a-b

Wedding and funeral marches for the organ: [2 wedding, 2 funeral] {Joseph Williams} 40/030-11

Wedding day at Troldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6 / Edvard Grieg {p. solo : Peters} Cab 21/157-6(8.2.6) also at 20/002[2]

Wedding music: 22 melodies arr. for electronic & pipe organs; arr. Kenneth Baker {Wise} 40/030-14

Wedding music: [5 pieces by Mendelssohn(2), Wagner, Guilmant and Hofmann]; [arr. F. C. W.] {organ : Novello} 40/030-17

The wedding music from Lohengrin / Richard Wagner; arr. J. Wodehouse {organ : Augener} 40/260-1

Wedding processional {from The Sound of Music} / Richard Rodgers; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {organ : IMP} 40/215

A wee bit o' heather: song / Laura Lemon; words by Alexander Grant {Boosey} 16/050-3 [14] : No. 2 in F

The wee cooper o' Fife: for mixed v. SCTB / Hugh Roberton; Old Scots ballad {Curwen} Cab 18/129-2

The wee toun clerk: old Scottish ballad / arr. Hugh Roberton; Trad. adapt. & arr. Hugh Roberton {Paterson} Cab 17/476-7 a-b : Bb

A week of birthdays: seven short piano pieces / Richard Rodney Bennett Cab 21/031-2

The Weekly Telegraph song folio: [100] popular songs, duets, etc. {Weekly Telegraph} 10/043-2

Weep you no more: song / Helen Fothergill; words from John Dowland's 3rd Book of Airs 1603 {low v. : Augener} 10/089 [13] : low v. [A min]

Weep you no more sad fountains (Tears): [song] / Ivor Gurney; words from Dowland?, ascr. here to John Fletcher {Winthrop Rogers} 10/089 [14] : low v. [A min]

Weep you no more, sad fountains: 2-part choral song / Norman Demuth; Anon. {OUP} Cab 18/045

Wehe, so willst Du mich wieder umfangen? (Dost thou yet seek to detain me … ?) Op. 32 no. 5 / Johannes Brahms {high v. : Rieter-Biedermann} Cab 17/099-5 : orig. (high v.)

Weibertreue (Così fan tutte): opéra-comique / W A Mozart; [arr. Henry Litolff] {p. solo : Henry Litolff} 02/014-1[3]

Weihnacht: Cellospeil in Gruppen [2 oder 3] / arr. Alfred H Bartles {Universal} 33/080-9

Weihnachtslieder (Christmas songs) Op. 8: song cycle [6 songs] / Peter Cornelius; Eng. trans. Constance Bache Cab 09/047.1

Welcome my Dear / Alan Colville; words by Edith Temple {solo v. : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/135.5

Welcome ode Op. 95: for young people's chor. (SAB) & orch. [p.red.] / Benjamin Britten; voc. sc. by Colin Matthews {Faber} 01/023-6

Welcome to all the pleasures [min. sc.]: ode for St Cecilia's Day 1683 / Henry Purcell 04/018

Well, did you evah? {from High Society} / Cole Porter; words & music Cole Porter {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/455-6.1

We'll gather lilacs {from Perchance to Dream} / Ivor Novello; words & music Ivor Novello {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/432-4 a-b

We'll keep a welcome / Mai Jones; words by Lynn Joshua & James Harper {solo v. : Lawrence Wright} Cab 17/303-2

Well known pieces from the Note Books (by Johann Sebastian Bach for Anna Magdalena and by Leopold Mozart for Wolfgang Amadeus): for beginners on the cello / J S Bach; ed. Alfred H Bartles {Universal} 33/005-3

The well-tuned fiddle Bk 3, Grades 6 & 7: [4 pieces Grade 6; 5 pieces Grade 7] {violin} Cab 28/062-2(3)

The well-tempered clavichord (for the piano) Bk 2 [25-48] / J S Bach; ed. Edwin Hughes {Schirmer} 21/015-7.1(2)

Were you there: Negro spiritual / Anon.; arr. Lucien Cailliet {sax. quart. AATB : Belwin} 37/690-3 [9]

Werke für Klavier zu 2 Händen Bd 4: Etüden Teil 2 (nos. 13-23) / Franz Liszt; hrsg. Emil von Sauer {Peters} Cab 21/219-5.5

Werke für Klavier zu zwei Handen / Anton Bruckner {MVW} Cab 21/059.8

Werke für Orgel Bd 6: Passacaglio (C-moll); Sonata 1-6 / J S Bach {Breitkopf & Härtel} 40/051-4.5(6)

Werke für Pianoforte solo, Bd 2 / Robert Schumann; rev. Alfred Dörffel {Peters} 21/330-1(2)

Wesendonck-Lieder (Fünf Gedichte für Frauenstimme) / Richard Wagner; words by Mathilde Wesendonck {Peters} 09/203 : low. v.

Wesley hymns: with a new supplement [and] tunes; [coll. &] ed. Rev. John Wesley {SATB choir : Novello, Ewer} 02/206-3

West Side Story song album / Leonard Bernstein; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim {Chappell} 09/021

Westering home {from Songs of the Isles} / arr. Hugh Roberton; words by Hugh S. Roberton {Curwen} Cab 17/476-3 a-c

What God hath done is rightly done / J S Bach; adapt. Walter Rummel {p. solo : Chester} Cab 21/016-8(5)

What is life to me? (Che farò senza Euridice?) {from Orfeo}: recit. & aria / Christoph von Gluck {Ricordi} Cab 17/222 a-b

What is love {from Don Quixote}: bolero / Frederic Clay; words by H. S. Riddell {solo v. : Duff, Stewart} 16/050-3 [18] : [No. 1 in] D

What shall I sing you? / Katharine Barry; words by Lilian Scott {solo v. : John Church} Cab 17/038.5 : No. 2 in Db

What sweeter music: [Christmas carol] / John Rutter; words by Robert Herrick {SATB choir : OUP} Cab 02/105

What'll I do?: waltz song / Irving Berlin; words & music Irving Berlin {Francis, Day & Hunter} Cab 17/069-13

What's in the air today?: song / Robert Eden; words & music Robert Eden {Elkin} Cab 17/176 a : No. 3 in F

What's in the air today?: song / Robert Eden; words & music Robert Eden {Elkin} Cab 17/176 b : No. 2 in Eb

What's sweeter than a new-blown rose? {from Joseph}: graded song for sop. or mez. / George Frideric Handel; arr. Albert Howe {Paxton} Cab 17/252-13

The wheel of progress, Bk 4 Higher to Intermendiate: [9] melodious pianoforte studies in various styles / Thomas Dunhill {ABRSM} 20/015(4)

When all was young {from Faust}: romance w. v-c obbl. / Charles Gounod; Eng. by Henry F. Chorley, Fre. by O. Pradère {solo v. : Chappell} 16/050-4 [34] : No. 2 in A

When all was young and pleasant {from Faust}: Siebel's song / Charles Gounod {Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 17/226-8

When April sings {from Spring Parade} / Robert Stolz; words by Gus Kahn {solo v. : Feldman} Cab 17/533-1

When the children say their prayers: song / Kennedy Russell; words by Arthur Stanley {Chappell} Cab 17/484-3 a-b : No. 1 in C

When David heard: sacred song (for SAATB) / Thomas Tomkins; ed. Edmund H. Fellowes {Stainer & Bell} 05/018.5

When dull care / arr. H Lane Wilson; Old English melody {solo v. : Boosey} Cab 17/581-5 : No. 1 in F

When grandpa was a little girl like me / Hugh Roberton; words & music Hugh Roberton {solo v. : Paterson} Cab 17/476-5

When the great red dawn is shining: song / Evelyn Sharpe; words by Edward Lockton {solo v. : Cramer} Cab 17/508-2 : No. 3 in Bb

When he comes home: song / Franco Leoni; words by Maurice Maeterlinck; Eng. version Fred G. Bowles {Chappell} Cab 17/341 : No. 2 in E

When I a lover pale do see: song / Henry Purcell; arr. Alfred Moffat {Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 17/460-5

When I'm at rest: song / Walter H Arnold; words by Ethel A. Brown {Ricordi} Cab 17/016.2

When I am laid in earth (Dido's lament in Dido and Aeneas) / Henry Purcell; words by Nahum Tate; ed. Edmondstoune Duncan {Augener} Cab 17/460-7 : No. 2 [in C] C# to G

When I grow too old to dream / Sigmund Romberg; words by Oscar Hammerstein II {solo v. : Francis, Day & Hunter} Cab 17/480-5

When I leave the world behind / Irving Berlin; written & composed by Irving Berlin {solo v. : EMI} Cab 17/069-8

When icicles hang by the wall / Roger Quilter; words by Shakespeare {solo v. : Boosey} Cab 17/462-18 : No. 2 in Eb

When I'm sixty-four (SATB Chor) / John Lennon; words & music John Lennon & Paul McCartney {Northern Songs} Cab 15/039.5-4 a-b

When June is past: [song] / Maude White; words by Thomas Carew {Stanley Lucas, Weber} 16/050-3 [20]

When lady Betty chooses: song / Gerry Mason; words & music Gerry Mason {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/389-1

When lights are low in Cairo: Eastern song fox-trot / Sherman Myers; words by Raymond Wallace {Cecil Lennox} Cab 17/424-2 : No. 2 in F

When lights go rolling round the sky: song / John Ireland; words by James Vila Blake {Chappell} Cab 17/294-8 : No. 1 in C also at 10/087[9]

When love is kind: old melody / Amelia Lehmann; words by Thomas Moore; arr. A[melia] L[ehmann] {solo v. : Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/337-2 : No. 2 in Ab also at 16/050-5 [12]

When lovers say 'Good night': serenade / John Hatton; words by G. W. Birdseye {Augener} 16/050-3 [22] : No. 1 in F

When a maiden takes your fancy {from Il Seraglio}: [bass aria: Osmin] / W A Mozart; Eng. words Paul England {Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/419-7

When my ships come sailing home / Francis Dorel; words by Reginald Stewart {solo v. : Boosey} 10/045-8.1 [4]

When the sergeant major's on parade: song / Ernest Longstaffe; words & music Ernest Longstaffe {Chappell} Cab 17/354-1 a : No. 1 in G

When the sergeant major's on parade: song / Ernest Longstaffe; words & music Ernest Longstaffe {Chappell} Cab 17/354-1 b : No. 2 in A

When shadows gather / Charles Marshall; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {ten. : Boosey} 13/020-7 [7] : in D

When song Is sweet (Douce mélodie): song / Gertrude Sans Souci; [poem by Gertrude Sans Souci] {Frederick Harris} Cab 17/489 : [No. 1 in] Db

When Spring comes laughing: song / Charles Willeby; words by Austin Dobson {Boosey} 10/045-9 [14] : No. 2 in Ab

When sweet Ann sings: song / Michael Head; words by Margaret Rose {Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/266-6 a-c : No. 2 in F

When sweet Ann sings: song / Michael Head; words by Margaret Rose {Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/266-6 d : No. 1 in Eb

When the Guards go marching by!: song / George Barker; words by Alec McGill {Chappell} Cab 17/028-2 : No. 1 in F

When the home-bells ring again: song / Haydn Wood; words by Edward Lockton {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/590-12 : No. 2 in Bb

When the white plum blows: song / C W Cadman; words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/109.5-2 : No. 1 in Eb

When the wind blows in from the sea: duet (mez. & bar.) / Henry Thomas Smart; poetry by Frederick Enoch {Ascherberg} 16/050-4 [40]

When thou singest (Quand tu chantes) / Charles Gounod; words by Maria Thanetta {solo v. : Broome} Cab 17/226-9

When twilight comes: rêverie caprice, with violin acc. ad lib. by Guido Papini / Anton Strelezki; words by Baroness Porteous {solo v. : Paxton} 16/050-3 [12]

When will God recall my spirit: cantata for 16th Sunday after Trinity / J S Bach {Novello} 01/004-6

When you and I were young, Maggie: solo and [SATB} chorus / J A Butterfield; words by Geo. W. Johnson {London M.P.S.} 16/050-1 [69]

When you come home: song / W H Squire; words by Fred Weatherly {Boosey} Cab 17/527-6 a : No. 4 in G also at 10/045-8.2[16]

When you come home: song / W H Squire; words by Fred. E. Weatherly {Boosey} Cab 17/527-6 b,d : No. 2 in Eb

When you come home: song / W H Squire; words by Fred Weatherly {Boosey} Cab 17/527-6 c : No. 3 in F also at 10/045-8.1[5]

When you come to the End of a Journey / Elton Box; words by Box and Cox {solo v. : Sun} Cab 17/093.5

Whenas the rye: song / Peter Warlock; words by George Peele (1595) {Winthrop Rogers} 10/089 [6] : No. 1 in Eb

Whene'er you call: song / Haydn Wood; words by Harry Dawson {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/590-11 : No. 1 in C

Where corals lie {from Sea Pictures} Op. 37 no. 4 / Edward Elgar; words by Richard Garnett {Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/178-10(4) : No. 2 in F & D min

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel; words by Pope; p. arr. W. H. Callcott {solo v. : Cramer} Cab 17/252-2 c : Bb

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel; words by Pope; p. arr. W. H. Callcott {solo v. : Cramer} Cab 17/252-2 d : Ab

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel; words by Pope {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/252-2 e : No. 1 in G

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel; words by Pope {solo v. : Walsh, Holmes} Cab 17/252-2 f : No. 1 in F

Where e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel; words by Pope; p. arr. W. H. Callcott {solo v. : Cramer} Cab 17/252-2 g : G

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel; [words by Pope] {solo v. : Orpheus} Cab 17/252-2 h : No. 2 in G

Where have all the flowers gone? / Pete Seeger; words & music Pete Seeger {solo v. : Harmony} Cab 17/504.3

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song / Hermann Löhr; words by Edward Teschemacher {Chappell} Cab 17/352-9 a-b : No. 1 in Eb

Where my caravan has rested {from Romany Songs}: song / Hermann Löhr; words by Edward Teschemacher {Chappell} Cab 17/352-9 c : No. 2 in F

Where the blue of the night (Meets the gold of the day) / Fred Ahlert; words by Roy Turk {solo v. : Hal Leonard} Cab 17/005.8

Where the high-road ends: [song & chorus] / Margaret Skakle; composed for the Cairngorm Club, with words by Miss Mary Agnes Skakle Cab 17/518.3

Where the wild-fowl call: song / Percy B Kahn; words by Marshall Roberts {high v. : Alfred Lengnick} Cab 17/308 : high v.

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: air for tenor / George Frideric Handel; words by Pope {Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 17/252-3

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: song for tenor voice / George Frideric Handel; [words by Pope? NOT] "Congreve" {Novello} Cab 17/252-3 b

Where'er you walk {from Semele}: for Bb clar. & piano / George Frideric Handel; arr. Sidney Lawton {OUP} 37/121(2) [2]

Where-e'er you walk {from Semele} / George Frideric Handel {solo v. : Walsh, Holmes} Cab 17/252-2 a-b : No. 2 in G

Where's the sergeant?: song / Ernest Longstaffe; words & music Ernest Longstaffe {Chappell} Cab 17/354-3 : No. 1 in G

The whiffenpoof song (Baa! Baa! Baa!) / Tod B Galloway; [chorus by Guy H. Scull; words by Meade Minnigerode] {Magna} Cab 17/207.5

Whiskers / Hugh Roberton; words & music Hugh Roberton {SATB choir : Paterson} Cab 17/476-6

Whisper and I shall hear: song / Marie Piccolomini; words by G. Hubi Newcombe {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/449-2 : No. 1 in Bb

Whispering: song / Vincent Rose; lyrics by John Schoenberger & Richard Coburn {Darewski} Cab 17/481.3-2 : No. 1 in C

Whispering hope: song / Alice Hawthorne {Edwin Ashdown} Cab 17/263 a,c

Whispering hope / Alice Hawthorne; words & music Alice Hawthorne; arr. Frank Walsh {solo v. : Fentone} Cab 17/263 b

Whispering hope: voc. duet (sop. & contr.) / Alice Hawthorne; words by Alice Hawthorne {Edwin Ashdown} Cab 18/071

The whispering poplar: song / Mark Lubbock; lyric by Christopher Hassall {Schott} Cab 17/358 a-b

Whistle an' I'll come to you my lad / arr. Iain Hamilton; words by Robert Burns {solo v. : Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 17/248-2

The whistling sailor / Margaret Lyell; transc. Henri Ghys {p. solo : Curwen} Cab 21/224.9

The white cliffs of Dover / Walter Kent; words by Nat Burton {solo v. : Feldman} Cab 17/317

The white dove {from The Rogue Song}: song / Franz Lehár; words by Clifford Grey {Chappell} Cab 17/335-2 a-b

White Horse Inn: by Benatzky and Robert Stolz / Ralph Benatzky; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham {misc. v. : Chappell} 07/003 a-c

White Horse Inn: by Benatzky and Robert Stolz / Ralph Benatzky; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham {misc. v. : Chappell} Spec Coll

White Horse Inn (libr.): musical comedy (with interpolated songs by Robert Stolz) / Ralph Benatzky; orig. lyrics by Robert Gilbert; Eng. by Harry Graham; Benatsky / Stolz {Samuel French} 03/015 a-b

The white island (Place of the Blest) Op. 1 No.2: [cantata] / Leslie Woodgate; words by Herrick Cab 01/086 [2]

A whiter shade of pale: organ solo / Fredric Bayco; Bayco / Brooker {Essex} 40/059

Whither? (Wohin?) / Franz Schubert {mez. : Schirmer} Cab 17/496-10 : [No. 2] mez./bar.: F

(Old tyme dancing &) The whizzer / Richard Addinsell; words by Joyce Grenfell {solo v. : Samuel French} Cab 17/004.5-3

Who is Silvia? / Roger Quilter; poem by Shakespeare {solo v. : Boosey} 10/045-6 [7] : No. 2 in F

Who is Silvia? / Arthur K Duff; words by Shakespeare {solo v. : OUP} Cab 17/169-1

Who thinks of England? {from Young England} / G H Clutsam; words by Basil Hood {solo v. : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} 16/020( 6) [3]

Who wants to be a millionaire? {from High Society} / Cole Porter; words & music Cole Porter {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/455-6.2

Who were you with last night? / Fred Godfrey; written and composed by Fred Godfrey & Mark Sheridan {solo v. : Feldman} Cab 17/222.3 a-b

Who'll buy my lavender?: song / Edward German; words by Caryl Battersby {Boosey} Cab 17/214-7 : No. 2 in D

Why so pale the roses? (Warum?) Op. 6 No. 5 / Tchaikovsky; Eng. words B.F. Wyatt-Smith {solo v. : Enoch & Sons} Cab 17/550-4

Why so pale? / Thomas Arne; ed. Vittorio Ricci {solo v. : Joseph Williams} Cab 17/016-3

Wi' a hundred pipers (Scottish air): unaccomp. part-song for mixed v. / John E West Cab 05/011 b [1]

Widmung {from Myrthen} Op. 25 Nr 1: [Lied] / Robert Schumann; von Rückert {Fr. Kistner} 10/045-9 [21]

Widmung (Devotion) Op. 25 no.1 / Robert Schumann; words by Rückert; Eng. by Paul England {solo v. : Augener} Cab 17/499-3

A widow bird state mourning: Archy's song / Charles Albert Lidgey; words by Shelley {Cary} Cab 17/344.5 : No. 2 in E min

Wie bist du, meine Königin... Op. 32 Nr 9 / Johannes Brahms; arr. Theodor Kirchner {solo v. : Rieter-Biedermann} 10/045-9 [7]

Wie einst in schöner'n Tagen Op. 64 no. 1 / David Popper {cello : Rahter} Cab 33/053-2

Wiegenlied (Cradle song) / Johannes Brahms {SSA soli} Cab 18/004

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) Op. 49 No. 4: song / Johannes Brahms; Eng. words Paul England {Alfred Lengnick} Cab 17/098-5 c : No. 2 in F

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) / Johannes Brahms; Eng. trans. W. F. Arnold {Walsh, Holmes} Cab 17/098-5 d : No. 2 in F

Wiegenlied (Berceuse) / Miska Hauser {cello : Beal, Stuttard} 33/099(1) [3]

Wiegenlied Op. 26 no. 4 / Julius Klengel {cello : Breitkopf & Härtel} Cab 33/040.85

Wiegenlied (Chant de berceau 1881) / Franz Liszt; ed. László Szelényi {p. solo : Doblinger} Cab 21/220-7

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) / W A Mozart; Eng. version Lady Macfarren {Augener} Cab 17/419-9 : [No. 2 in] G

Wiegenlied (Slumber song) Op. 33 No. 4 / Franz Ries; [von] A. Kayser-Langerhannss {Ries& Erler} Cab 17/472 a-b : hoch: F

Wiegenlied (Lullaby) Op. 41 Nr 1 / Richard Strauss; [poem by] Richard Dehmel {Leuckart} Cab 17/538-5(1) : low v.

Wiener Blut: Walzer / Johann Strauss II {p. solo : Schreiber} Cab 21/359-5

Wienerisch!: Walzer no. 1-4 + Coda / Karl Michael Ziehrer {p. solo : Newnes} 16/040 [2/11]

The wifie / David Rorie; written and composed by David Rorie {solo v. : Paterson} Cab 17/481.2-2 [1]

The wild swan (Eala fo leòn) / arr. Marjory Kennedy-Fraser; arr. with Eng. and Gaelic words by K. MacLeod & M. Kennedy-Fraser {solo v. : Boosey} Cab 17/316-12 : No. 2 in G

The wilderness: anthem for solo v. & chor. w. org. accomp. / Samuel Sebastian Wesley {Novello} Cab 02/136

Wilhelm Tell / Gioachino Rossini; arr. Franz J. Liftl {p. duet : Bosworth} 22/060-2(4) [3]

Will o' the wisp / Franz Liszt {p. solo} Cab 21/219-6(5)

Will o' the wisp / Charles Gilbert Spross; words by Torrence Benjamin {solo v. : Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/526.5-2 : No. 2 in F

Will ye no' come back again?: old Scottish air / Trad.; words by Baroness Nairne {solo v.} 16/050-1 [59]

Willie's gane to Melville Castle / Michael Diack; Anon. {solo v. : Paterson} Cab 17/162-10 : Bb + C

The willow song {from Shakespeare's Othello} / Samuel Coleridge-Taylor {Metzler} Cab 17/133-5 : No. 2 in F min

Willow song (Canzone del salice) {from Otello}: Desdemona's aria / Giuseppe Verdi; Eng. words Percy Pinkerton {sop. : Ricordi} Cab 17/556-6

Willst du mein Herz mir schenken (The heart I ask from thee): song / J S Bach {Augener} Cab 17/024-3

Willy's rare and Willy's fair / arr. Thomas Wilson {solo v. : Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 17/582

Wind of the western sea: song / Graham Peel; words by Tennyson {Chappell} Cab 17/444-6 : No. 3 in Eb

The wind on the heath: Scottish pastoral for violin & piano (with arr. for p. solo) / Alexander Sim {Bayley & Ferguson} Cab 28/044.8

The windmills of your mind: theme from The Thomas Crown Affair / Michel Legrand; lyric by Marilyn and Alan Bergman {solo v. : Columbia Pictures} Cab 17/334.7

The winds / William Walton; poem by A. C. Swinburne {solo v. : Curwen} Cab 17/562 a-b

Winds in the trees: song / Arthur Goring Thomas; words from the German by Miss Muloch {Boosey} Cab 17/552-3 : No. 3 in F

The winds of Bethlehem Op.175 No. 3: song / C Villiers Stanford; poem by W.M. Letts {Cramer} Cab 17/529-9 a-c

A windy day: song / Cyril Hyland; words by Walter Ashley {Bayley} Cab 17/293.7

Windy nights Op.30 No. 4: unison song / C Villiers Stanford; poem by R L Stevenson {Curwen} Cab 17/529-10(4)

Wine of peace / Charles Camilleri {organ : Roberton} 40/074

The wings of sleep {from The Dancing Years} / Ivor Novello; words by Christopher Hassall {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/432-9

Winsome's folly: for oboe, clarinet, horn & bassoon / James Butt {Boosey & Hawkes} 42/013.5

The Winter star: cassation for audience and instruments / Malcolm Williamson {Weinberger} Cab 18/178

Winterreise Op. 89 [min. sc.] / Franz Schubert; from the 'Urtext' edition (Eng. texts added {solo v. : LPScores} 04/020-7

Wir glauben all' an einen Gott, Vater: chorale prelude / J S Bach; arr. William H. Harris {p. duo : Novello} Cab 22/003-16

Wish me luck (As you wave me goodbye) {from Shipyard Sally} / Harry Parr Davies; words by Phil Park {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/148-3

With a little bit of luck {from My Fair Lady} / Frederick Loewe; words by Alan Jay Lerner {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/351-1.2 a-b

With a voice of singing (Isaiah xlvii v.20): short full anthem (for SATB) / Martin Shaw {Curwen} Cab 02/108.5 a-b

With laughter and joy {from the 'Peasant' Cantata} / J S Bach; arr. E. Markham Lee {p. duo : Murdoch} Cab 22/003-9

With one look {from Sunset Boulevard} / Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton {solo v. : Really Useful Group} Cab 17/566-4

With sick and famished eyes / Henry Purcell {solo v. : Novello, Ewer} 10/045-8.2 [12c]

With sick and famished eyes: for voice, w. piano (or harpischord) & violoncello / Henry Purcell; words by George Herbert {OUP} Cab 17/460-6

With verdure clad {from Creation} / Joseph Haydn; Eng. words A. Hunter {solo v. : Murdoch, Murdoch} Cab 17/264-2

Within a mile of Edinburgh town: popular song / James Hook; [words by Thomas D’Urfey] {Hart} 16/050-4 [3]

Within these sacred bowers {from The Magic Flute}: [bass aria: Sarastro] / W A Mozart {bass : Boosey & Hawkes} Cab 17/419-8

Within these sacred walls: song / Charles Prentice; words by Edith Temple {Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/456-1

Within your heart: song / Henri Trotère; words by G. Hubi Newcombe 16/050-5 [6] : No. 2 in Eb

Without a song {from Great Day} / Vincent Youmans; lyric by William Rose & Edward Eliscu {solo v. : Campbell, Connelly} Cab 17/598-3 a-b : No. 2 in Eb

Wohl mir, dass ich Jesum habe (Jesu, joy of Man's desiring () {Chorale from Cantata No. 147} / J S Bach; arr. Harvey Grace {violin : OUP} Cab 28/002-3

Wohl mir, dass ich Jesum habe (Jesu, joy of Man's desiring () {Chorale from Cantata No. 147} / J S Bach; arr. Myra Hess {p. solo : OUP} Cab 28/002-3(p)

Wohltemperiertes Klavier 2er Teil: [2nd book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach; Mugellini, B {Breitkopf & Härtel} 21/015-7(2)

Das wohltemperirte Clavier Tl 1-2 + Anhang / J S Bach; ed. Friedrich Chrysander {Holle} 20/090 [1]

Das wohltemperirte Klavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues) Bk 1 / J S Bach; ed. Ernst Pauer {Augener} 21/015-9.1(1)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues) Bk 2 / J S Bach; ed. Ernst Pauer {Augener} 21/015-9.1(2)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues) Bk 1 / J S Bach; ed. Carl Czerny {Augener} 21/015-9.3(1)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues) Bk 2 / J S Bach; ed. Carl Czerny {Augener} 21/015-9.3(2)

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl: [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach; ed. Carl Czerny & F. A. Roitzsch {Peters} 21/015-0.2 [1]

Das wohltemperirte Klavier 1er Tl (Klavierwerke Bd 5-6): [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach; ed. Carl Reinecke {Breitkopf & Härtel} 21/015-0.2 [2]

Wohltemperirtes Clavier Bk 1: [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach; arr. Orlando Morgan {Edwin Ashdown} Cab 21/015-6(1) a-b

Wohltemperirtes Clavier Bk 1: [1st book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach; arr. Bruno Mugellini {Breitkopf & Härtel} 21/015-7(1)

Wohltemperirtes Clavier Bk 2: [2nd book of 24 from the] 48 Preludes & Fugues / J S Bach; arr. Orlando Morgan {Edwin Ashdown} 21/015-6(2) a-b

Wohltemperirtes Clavier (Forty-eight preludes and fugues): analysis of the Fugues (by Orlando Morgan) / J S Bach; annot. Orlando Morgan {p. solo : Edwin Ashdown} 21/015-6A

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 1 / J S Bach; ed. Adolf Ruthardt {Peters} 21/015-9.4(1)

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2 / J S Bach; ed. Carl Czerny {Peters} 21/015-9.2(2)

Das wohltemperirtes Klavier (48 preludes and fugues) Bd 2 / J S Bach; ed. Franz Kroll {Peters} 21/015-9.5(2)

The wolf / William Shield {solo v. : Paxton} Cab 17/512-2

Woman is changeable (La donna ? mobile) {from Rigoletto}: [Duke of Mantua's canzone] / Giuseppe Verdi; Eng. version Lawrence Hanray {ten. : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} Cab 17/556-7 c : No. 1 in A

The woman of Samaria: sacred cantata / Sterndale Bennett {Novello} 01/016-2

Woman's a fickle jade (La donna ? mobile) {from Rigoletto}: Duke of Mantua's canzone / Giuseppe Verdi; Eng. version Claude Aveling {ten. : Ricordi} Cab 17/556-7 a : No. 2 in B

Woman's a fickle jade (La donna ? mobile) {from Rigoletto}: Duke of Mantua's canzone / Giuseppe Verdi; Eng. version Claude Aveling {ten. : Ricordi} Cab 17/556-7 b : No. 1 in Ab

Women are like that (Così fan tutte): opera / W A Mozart; Eng. version Ruth and Thomas Martin {Schirmer} 06/032-1 a-b

Won't you come roving?: song / Ronald Bateman; words by Norman Merrick {Gould & Bolttler} Cab 17/040 : No. 3 in Bb

The wonder album of soprano arias: [8 songs] {Ricordi} 11/045 a-b

Wonderful Copenhagen {from Hans Christian Andersen} / Frank Loesser; [words & music] by Frank Loesser {solo v. : Edwin Morris} Cab 17/350.5-2

A wonderful day like today {from The Roar of the Greasepaint ...} / Leslie Bricusse; words & music Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley {solo v. : Concord} Cab 17/101-3

Woo thou a snowflake {from Ivanhoe}: Sir Brian's song / Arthur Sullivan; words by Julian Sturgis {Chappell} Cab 17/544-11 : No. 2 in Gb (orig.)

Woodland cascade schottische: No. 6 from 'Sunny Rays' (a series of short piano solos without octaves) / Leona Lacoste; arr. Felix Godard {Mathias & Strickland} Cab 20/120(6)

Woodland revels / Gerald Grey {p. solo : Ross, Grey} Cab 21/155

Woodland sketches Op. 51 Bk 1: [5 pieces] / Edward MacDowell {p. solo : Elkin} Cab 21/225-4(1)

Woodland sketches Op. 51 Bk 2: [5 pieces] / Edward MacDowell {p. solo : Elkin} Cab 21/225-4(2)

Workbook for woodwind: for various combinations of flute, oboe, clarinet & bassoon / Philippe Oboussier {Novello} 39/100-1

The world-famous gavotte from Mignon / Ambroise Thomas {p. solo : Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew} 16/020(3) [4]

World famous piano pieces: [79 pieces] {Frederick Harris} 20/179

The world is mad {from The Dark Tower}: [for voice (mez.) and clar. in Bb] / Michael Head Cab 37/038.5

World renowned piano duets Bk 1: [12 p. duets]; cmpl. David Willison {Lengnick} 22/061-2(1)

The world went very well then: humorous song / John Charles Bond-Andrews; written and sung by Mel. B. Spurr {Reynolds} Cab 17/086.3

World-wide favourites, old and new / arr. Alex Roloff; sel., arr. & ed. A. Roloff {p. solo : Augener} Cab 20/009-2

World's favorite violin pieces: [25 pieces] {violin : Ashley} Cab 28/063-7

The world's favourite songs No. 2: [10 songs] {Newnes} 10/043-1(2) a-b

The world's favourite songs No. 10: [10 songs] {Newnes} 10/043-1(10)

Wotan's Abschied und Feuerzauber {from Die Walküre} / Richard Wagner; transc. Georges Bell {p. solo : Schott} Cab 21/372-6

Wouldn't it be loverly {from My Fair Lady} / Frederick Loewe; words by Alan Jay Lerner {solo v. : Chappell} Cab 17/351-1.3

Wuthering Heights: opera / Bernard Herrmann 06/022

 

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