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Varcoe, Stephen (baritone)
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Stephen Varcoe (baritone)

Stephen Varcoe’s Cornish childhood home was a very musical place: many of his parents’ friends played chamber music when they came to visit, and there was a house madrigal group which he tried unsuccessfully to join at the age of three. At eight he went to the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School, and here he met an impressively tall older boy called Roger Vignoles. Here also he was at last shown how to use his voice by the choirmaster, Allan Wicks. There was more singing at Canterbury’s King’s School, and from there he won a choral scholarship to sing in the choir of King’s College, Cambridge under David Willcocks. After a postgraduate year at the Guildhall School of Music he launched into the unpredictable life of a freelance singer in London.

Since then, with the help of a Gulbenkian Foundation Fellowship and an understanding wife, Stephen became a successful concert and recital singer, with occasional forays on to the operatic stage, and his work has involved a great deal of travelling across the world. In addition he has made some 130 recordings covering a wide range of music, though it is the song repertoire which gives him the greatest joy. With Hyperion he has made CDs of songs by Schubert, Hahn, Chabrier, Parry, Stanford and Finzi among others, and it was as a result of a conversation at one of these sessions that he wrote a book, Sing English Song, which was published by Thames in 2000. This is aimed at encouraging people to explore the treasures of an unjustly neglected heritage.

Stephen and his family live deep in the Essex countryside where he can indulge in the enjoyable but endless task of renovating their old farmhouse and barns, and keeping the garden under control.

Caroline Phillips Management, The Old Brushworks, Pickwick Road, Corsham Wiltshire,SN13 9BX England.

Telephone [0]1249 716 716; fax [0]1249 716 717.

email cphillips@caroline-phillips.co.uk. web www.caroline-phillips.co.uk

Albums
'Blow: Anthems' (CDD22055)
Blow: Anthems
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'Chabrier: Songs' (CDA67133/4)
Chabrier: Songs
'Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 1 – Au bord de l'eau' (CDA67333)
Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 1 – Au bord de l'eau
'Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2 – Un paysage choisi' (CDA67334)
Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2 – Un paysage choisi
'Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 3 – Chanson d'amour' (CDA67335)
Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 3 – Chanson d'amour
'Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 4 – Dans un parfum de roses' (CDA67336)
Fauré: The Complete Songs, Vol. 4 – Dans un parfum de roses
'Finzi: Earth and air and rain' (CDD22070)
Finzi: Earth and air and rain
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'Gibbons: Anthems' (CDH55228)
Gibbons: Anthems
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'Gibbs: Songs' (CDA67337)
Gibbs: Songs
'Gurney: Ludlow and Teme & The Western Playland; Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge' (CDH55187)
Gurney: Ludlow and Teme & The Western Playland; Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge
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'Hahn: Songs' (CDA67141/2)
Hahn: Songs
'Handel: The Triumph of Time and Truth' (CDD22050)
Handel: The Triumph of Time and Truth
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'Hark! hark! the lark' (CDA66836)
Hark! hark! the lark
'Holst: Savitri & The Dream-City' (CDH55042)
Holst: Savitri & The Dream-City
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'La Procession' (CDA66248)
La Procession
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'Mondonville: De profondis & Venite exultemus' (CDA66269)
Mondonville: De profondis & Venite exultemus
'Parry: Songs' (CDA67044)
Parry: Songs
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'Purcell: The Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. 4' (CDA66644)
Purcell: The Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. 4
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'Purcell: The Complete Sacred Music' (CDS44141/51)
Purcell: The Complete Sacred Music
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'Schubert: The Complete Songs' (CDS44201/40)
Schubert: The Complete Songs
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 2 – Stephen Varcoe' (CDJ33002)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 2 – Stephen Varcoe
'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 32' (CDJ33032)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 32
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'Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 33' (CDJ33033)
Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 33
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'Stanford: Songs, Vol. 1' (CDA67123)
Stanford: Songs, Vol. 1
'Stanford: Songs, Vol. 2' (CDA67124)
Stanford: Songs, Vol. 2
'Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge; Gurney: Ludlow and Teme & The Western Playland' (CDH55187)
Vaughan Williams: On Wenlock Edge; Gurney: Ludlow and Teme & The Western Playland
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'War's Embers' (CDD22026)
War's Embers
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'War's Embers' (CDH55237)
War's Embers
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'A Treasury of English Song' (HYP30)
A Treasury of English Song
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'Schubert: An introduction to The Hyperion Schubert Edition' (HYP200)
Schubert: An introduction to The Hyperion Schubert Edition
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'The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1' (HYP12)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1
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'The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2' (HYP20)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2
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Complete works available for download
GEORGES AURIC  (1899-1983)
Marie Laurencin with Graham Johnson (piano)
GEORGES BIZET  (1838-1875)
Douce mer with Graham Johnson (piano)
JOHN BLOW  (1649-1708)
Blessed is the man that hath not walked with Robin Blaze (countertenor), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Stephen Alder (bass), Winchester Cathedral Choir, The Parley of Instruments, David Hill (conductor)
How doth the city sit solitary with Robin Blaze (countertenor), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), The Parley of Instruments, David Hill (conductor)
I beheld, and lo! a great multitude with Robin Blaze (countertenor), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Stephen Alder (bass), Winchester Cathedral Choir, The Parley of Instruments, David Hill (conductor)
Lord, who shall dwell in thy tabernacle? with Robin Blaze (countertenor), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Winchester Cathedral Choir, The Parley of Instruments, David Hill (conductor)
O Lord, I have sinned with Robin Blaze (countertenor), William Kendall (tenor), Winchester Cathedral Choir, The Parley of Instruments, David Hill (conductor)
O Lord, thou hast searched me out and known me with Stephen Alder (bass), Winchester Cathedral Choir, The Parley of Instruments, David Hill (conductor)
GEORGE BUTTERWORTH  (1885-1916)
Requiescat with Clifford Benson (piano)
EMMANUEL CHABRIER  (1841-1894)
Ballade des gros dindons with Graham Johnson (piano)
Chanson pour Jeanne with Graham Johnson (piano)
Le pas d'armes du roi Jean with Graham Johnson (piano)
Lied with Graham Johnson (piano)
L'île heureuse with Graham Johnson (piano)
Ronde gauloise with Graham Johnson (piano)
Sérénade with Graham Johnson (piano)
Sommation irrespectueuse with Graham Johnson (piano)
ERNEST CHAUSSON  (1855-1899)
Dans la forêt du charme et de l'enchantement, Op 36 No 2 with Graham Johnson (piano)
LÉO DELIBES  (1836-1891)
Bonjour, Suzon! with Graham Johnson (piano)
HENRI DUPARC  (1848-1933)
Phidylé with Graham Johnson (piano)
ERNEST FARRAR  (1885-1918)
Brittany, Op 21 No 1 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Come you, Mary, Op 21 No 2 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Vagabond Songs, Op 10 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Who would shepherds pipe, Op 21 No 3 with Clifford Benson (piano)
GABRIEL FAURÉ  (1845-1924)
Accompagnement, Op 85 No 3 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Aurore, Op 39 No 1 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Chanson, Op 94 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Chant d'automne, Op 5 No 1 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Dans la forêt de septembre, Op 85 No 1 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Dans la forêt de septembre, Op 85 No 1 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Dans les ruines d'une abbaye, Op 2 No 1 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Hymne, Op 7 No 2 with Graham Johnson (piano)
La rançon, Op 8 No 2 with Graham Johnson (piano)
L'absent, Op 5 No 3 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Le plus doux chemin, Op 87 No 1 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Le ramier, Op 87 No 2 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Mirages, Op 113 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Nocturne, Op 43 No 2 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Spleen, Op 51 No 3 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Tristesse d'Olympio with Graham Johnson (piano)
GERALD FINZI  (1901-1956)
Before and After Summer, Op 16 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 with Clifford Benson (piano)
I said to Love, Op 19b with Clifford Benson (piano)
CÉSAR FRANCK  (1822-1890)
La procession with Graham Johnson (piano)
ORLANDO GIBBONS  (1583-1625)
Blessed are all they that fear the Lord with Winchester Cathedral Choir, David Hill (conductor), Stephen Farr (organ), Robin Blaze (countertenor)
Glorious and powerful God with Winchester Cathedral Choir, David Hill (conductor), Robin Blaze (countertenor), Stephen Farr (organ)
Sing unto the Lord with Winchester Cathedral Choir, David Hill (conductor), Robin Blaze (countertenor), Stephen Farr (organ), Donald Sweeney (bass), Nicholas Pepin (countertenor)
CECIL ARMSTRONG GIBBS  (1889-1960)
By a bierside with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Danger with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Hypochondriacus with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Sailing homeward with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The ballad of Semmerwater with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The bells, Op 14 No 2 with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The fields are full with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The oxen with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The rejected lover with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The splendour falls with Roger Vignoles (piano)
The wanderer with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Titania with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Tom o' Bedlam with Roger Vignoles (piano)
When I was one-and-twenty with Roger Vignoles (piano)
CHARLES GOUNOD  (1818-1893)
Ô ma belle rebelle with Graham Johnson (piano)
IVOR GURNEY  (1890-1937)
In Flanders with Clifford Benson (piano)
Severn Meadows with Clifford Benson (piano)
The Western Playland with Delmé Quartet, Iain Burnside (piano)
REYNALDO HAHN  (1874-1947)
À Chloris with Graham Johnson (piano)
Douze Rondels with Graham Johnson (piano)
Études latines with Graham Johnson (piano)
Le plus beau présent with Graham Johnson (piano)
Les cygnes with Graham Johnson (piano)
Mai with Graham Johnson (piano)
Paysage with Graham Johnson (piano)
Puisque j'ai mis ma lèvre with Graham Johnson (piano)
Séraphine with Graham Johnson (piano)
Trois jours de vendange with Graham Johnson (piano)
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL  (1685-1759)
The Triumph of Time and Truth, HWV71 with The London Handel Orchestra, Denys Darlow (conductor)
GUSTAV HOLST  (1874-1934)
Savitri, H96 Op 25 with City of London Sinfonia, Richard Hickox (conductor)
ARTHUR HONEGGER  (1892-1955)
Chanson de fol with Graham Johnson (piano)
ROBERT JOHNSON  (c1583-1633)
Come away, Hecate with Catherine Bott (soprano), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Julia Gooding (soprano), The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Full fathom five with Julia Gooding (soprano), Catherine Bott (soprano), Joseph Cornwell (tenor), The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Get you hence with Catherine Bott (soprano), Julia Gooding (soprano), Paul O'Dette (lute), Stephen Stubbs (English theorbo)
Oh, let us howl with Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Stephen Stubbs (English theorbo)
'Tis late and cold with The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
FREDERICK SEPTIMUS KELLY  (1881-1916)
Shall I compare thee?, Op 1 No 1 with Clifford Benson (piano)
ÉDOUARD LALO  (1823-1892)
Souvenir with Graham Johnson (piano)
WILLIAM LAWES  (1602-1645)
A health to the northern lass with Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Julia Gooding (soprano), The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Come, my Daphne, come away with Catherine Bott (soprano), Paul O'Dette (lute), Stephen Stubbs (English theorbo)
The cats, as other creatures do with Catherine Bott (soprano), Julia Gooding (soprano), The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Why so pale and wan, fond lover? with Paul O'Dette (lute)
FRANZ LISZT  (1811-1886)
Oh! quand je dors with Graham Johnson (piano)
FERMO DANTE MARCHETTI  (1876-1940)
Fascination with Graham Johnson (piano)
JULES MASSENET  (1842-1912)
Si tu veux, Mignonne with Graham Johnson (piano)
GIACOMO MEYERBEER  (1791-1864)
La chanson de Maître Floh with Graham Johnson (piano)
JEAN-JOSEPH CASSANÉA DE MONDONVILLE  (1711-1772)
De profundis with London Baroque, Edward Higginbottom (conductor)
Venite, exsultemus with London Baroque, Edward Higginbottom (conductor)
SIR HUBERT PARRY  (1848-1918)
Three Songs, Op 12 with Clifford Benson (piano)
HENRY PURCELL  (1659-1695)
My heart is inditing of a good matter, Z30 with The King's Consort, Robert King (conductor)
MAURICE RAVEL  (1875-1937)
Sur l'herbe with Graham Johnson (piano)
CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS  (1835-1921)
La Cigale et la Fourmi with Graham Johnson (piano)
ERIK SATIE  (1866-1925)
Trois Poèmes d'amour with Graham Johnson (piano)
FRANZ SCHUBERT  (1797-1828)
Am Bach im Frühling, D361 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Am Flusse, D766 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Auf der Donau, D553 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Der Schiffer, D536 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Der Strom, D565 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Der Taucher, D111 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Fahrt zum Hades, D526 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Fischerlied, D351 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Fischerlied, D562 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Fischerweise, D881 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Grablied auf einen Soldaten, D454 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Lebenstraum 'Gesang in c', D1a with Graham Johnson (piano)
Lebenstraum 'Ich sass an einer Tempelhalle', D39 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Pensa, che questo istante, D76 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Selige Welt, D743 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Totengräberlied, D44 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Widerschein, D639 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Wie Ulfru fischt, D525 with Graham Johnson (piano)
Zufriedenheit 'Lied', D501 with Graham Johnson (piano)
SIR CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD  (1852-1924)
A Fire of Turf, Op 139 with Clifford Benson (piano)
A Lullaby, Op 19 No 2 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Dass du mich liebst, Op 4 No 3 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Der Schmetterling ist in die Rose verliebt, Op 4 No 6 with Clifford Benson (piano)
For ever mine with Clifford Benson (piano)
Frühling, Op 4 No 4 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Heraclitus, Op 110 No 4 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Ich halte ihr die Augen zu, Op 7 No 5 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Ich lieb' eine Blume, Op 7 No 1 with Clifford Benson (piano)
La belle dame sans merci with Clifford Benson (piano)
My love's an arbutus with Clifford Benson (piano)
Phoebe, Op 125 No 3 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Schlummerlied, Op 7 No 6 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Songs of the Sea, Op 91 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Sterne mit den gold'nen Füsschen, Op 4 No 1 with Clifford Benson (piano)
The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 with Clifford Benson (piano)
The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 with Clifford Benson (piano)
The little red lark with Clifford Benson (piano)
The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 with Clifford Benson (piano)
The Tomb with Clifford Benson (piano)
To the Rose, Op 19 No 3 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Tom Leminn with Clifford Benson (piano)
Tragödie, Op 14 No 5 with Clifford Benson (piano)
Wie des Mondes Abbild zittert, Op 7 No 2 with Clifford Benson (piano)
JOHN WILSON  (1595-1674)
A bonny, bonny bird I have with Paul O'Dette (lute)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A bonny, bonny bird I have (Wilson)
A Child's Garland of Songs, Op 30 (Stanford)
À Chloris (Hahn)
À deux pas de la mer qu'on entend bourdonner  First line to Paysage (Hahn)
A fire of turf  No 1 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
A health to the northern lass (Lawes)
À la très chère, à la très belle  First line to Hymne, Op 7 No 2 (Fauré)
A Lullaby, Op 19 No 2 (Stanford)
À mes pas le plus doux chemin  First line to Le plus doux chemin, Op 87 No 1 (Fauré)
A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
A soft day  No 3 of A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
A soft day, thank God!  First line to A soft day, No 3 of A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
A spirit passed before my face  First line to The Clock of the Years, No 8 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
A star looks down at me  First line to Waiting Both, No 3 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
A wind sways the pines  First line to Dirge in woods, No 4 of English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
Abel Wright  No 2 of Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 (Gibbs)
Accompagnement, Op 85 No 3 (Fauré)
After a long lab'ring in the windy ways  First line to Homeward bound, No 4 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Along the field as we came by  First line to The aspens, No 5 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Am Bach im Frühling, D361 (Schubert)
Am Flusse, D766 (Schubert)
Amabel  No 9 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
An Irish Idyll in Six Miniatures, Op 77 (Stanford)
And yet I love her till I die  No 2 of English Lyrics VI (Parry)
As I was crossing Tanner's Hill  First line to Tom Leminn (Stanford)
As I went down to Taunton Town  First line to The Spirit of the Spring, No 3 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
As I went up a woodland walk  First line to The Blackbird, No 4 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
At last I put off love, for twice ten years  First line to He Abjures Love, No 10 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
At Middle-Field Gate in February  No 2 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
At sea  No 4 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Auf der Donau, D553 (Schubert)
Auf der Wellen Spiegel schwimmt der Kahn  First line to Auf der Donau, D553 (Schubert)
Auprès de cette grotte sombre  No 2 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Aurore, Op 39 No 1 (Fauré)
Avec ses quatre dromadaires  First line to Le dromadaire, No 9 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Avec son chant doux et plaintif  First line to Le ramier, Op 87 No 2 (Fauré)
Ballade des gros dindons (Chabrier)
Beautiful up from the deeps of the solemn sea  First line to Sleep, No 6 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Belles journées, souris du temps  First line to La souris, No 10 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Bergère et chasseur 'Chanson poitevine'  No 33 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Bientôt nous plongerons dans les froides ténèbres  First line to Chant d'automne, Op 5 No 1 (Fauré)
Blackberry time  No 5 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
Blessed are all they that fear the Lord (Gibbons)
Blessed is the man that hath not walked (Blow)
Bonjour, Suzon! (Delibes)
Brittany, Op 21 No 1 (Farrar)
By a bierside (Gibbs)
By myself walking  First line to Hypochondriacus (Gibbs)
Ça! qu'on selle  First line to Le pas d'armes du roi Jean (Chabrier)
Calmes dans le demi-jour  First line to En sourdine, No 4 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Ce chérubin dit la louange  First line to Le bœuf, No 26 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
C'est sa banlieu  Act 2 of Ciboulette (Hahn)
C'était la fill' d'un prince  First line to Sur le bord de l'île 'Chanson champenoise', No 13 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Channel Firing  No 5 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Chanson d'automne  No 1 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Chanson de fol (Honegger)
Chanson pour Jeanne (Chabrier)
Chanson, Op 94 (Fauré)
Chansons grises (Hahn)
Chant d'automne, Op 5 No 1 (Fauré)
Childhood among the Ferns  No 1 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Ciboulette (Hahn)
Cold is the air  First line to Nightfall in winter, No 2 of English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
Colombe, l’amour et l’esprit  First line to La colombe, No 22 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Come away, death  No 2 of The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 (Stanford)
Come away, Hecate (Johnson)
Come you, Mary, Op 21 No 2 (Farrar)
Come, my Daphne, come away (Lawes)
Comme un ange qui se dévoile  First line to Souvenir (Lalo)
Comme un éléphant son ivoire  First line to L'éléphant, No 11 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Cowslip time  No 3 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
Cygne sur l'eau  No 1 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Danger (Gibbs)
Dans la forêt de septembre, Op 85 No 1 (Fauré)
Dans la forêt du charme et de l'enchantement, Op 36 No 2 (Chausson)
Dans l'air s'en vont les ailes  First line to L'air, No 4 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Dans le golfe aux jardins ombreux  First line to L'île heureuse (Chabrier)
Dans les ruines d'une abbaye, Op 2 No 1 (Fauré)
Dans vos viviers, dans vos étangs  First line to La carpe, No 20 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Danseuse  No 4 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Darest thou now, O soul  First line to To the soul, No 4 of Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Das Fischergewerbe  First line to Fischerlied, D351 (Schubert)
Das Fischergewerbe  First line to Fischerlied, D562 (Schubert)
Dass du mich liebst, Op 4 No 3 (Stanford)
Dauphins, vous jouez dans la mer  First line to Le dauphin, No 16 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
De profundis (Mondonville)
Dear Earth, near Earth, the clay that made us men  First line to Outward bound, No 2 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Dear Lizbie Browne  First line to To Lizbie Browne, No 7 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Den Fischer fechten Sorgen  First line to Fischerweise, D881 (Schubert)
Denny's daughter  No 1 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Depuis neuf ans et plus dans l'amphore scellé  First line to Phyllis, No 10 of Études latines (Hahn)
Depuis un moi, chère exilée  First line to Mai (Hahn)
Der Nachen dröhnt, Cypressen flüstern  First line to Fahrt zum Hades, D526 (Schubert)
Der Schiffer, D536 (Schubert)
Der Schmetterling ist in die Rose verliebt, Op 4 No 6 (Stanford)
Der Strom, D565 (Schubert)
Der Taucher, D111 (Schubert)
Des jardins de la nuit s'envolent les étoiles  First line to Aurore, Op 39 No 1 (Fauré)
Dès l'âge de quinze ans que mon père me gage  First line to Bergère et chasseur 'Chanson poitevine', No 33 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Devon, O Devon, in wind and rain  No 3 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Die Angel zucht, die Rute bebt  First line to Wie Ulfru fischt, D525 (Schubert)
Die Wellen blinken und fliessen dahin  First line to Frühling, Op 4 No 4 (Stanford)
Dieu s'avance à travers les champs  First line to La procession (Franck)
Dirge in woods  No 4 of English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
Donc, ce sera par un clair jour d'été  First line to Tous deux, No 2 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Douce mer (Bizet)
Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Drake he's in his hammock and a thousand miles away  First line to Drake's drum, No 1 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Drake in the North Sea grimly prowling  First line to Devon, O Devon, in wind and rain, No 3 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Drake's drum  No 1 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Du brachst sie nun, die kalte Rinde  First line to Am Bach im Frühling, D361 (Schubert)
Du Thrace magique, ô délire!  First line to La tortue, No 1 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
En faisant la roue, cet oiseau  First line to Le paon, No 23 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
En mes coupes d'un prix modique  First line to Vile potabis, No 6 of Études latines (Hahn)
En sourdine  No 4 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
English Lyrics II (Parry)
English Lyrics III (Parry)
English Lyrics IV (Parry)
English Lyrics V (Parry)
English Lyrics VI (Parry)
English Lyrics VII (Parry)
English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
English Lyrics XI (Parry)
Entflieh mit und sei mein Weib  First line to Tragödie, Op 14 No 5 (Stanford)
Entre les fauves et les cubistes  First line to Marie Laurencin (Auric)
Entrez, la belle, en vigne 'Chanson saintongeoise'  No 35 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Epeisodia  No 8 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Étendue au seuil du bassin  First line to Reflets dans l'eau, No 2 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Études latines (Hahn)
Fahrt zum Hades, D526 (Schubert)
Fascination (Marchetti)
Fischer halt am Brückenbogen  First line to Widerschein, D639 (Schubert)
Fischerlied, D351 (Schubert)
Fischerlied, D562 (Schubert)
Fischerweise, D881 (Schubert)
For ever mine (Stanford)
For Life I had never cared greatly  No 5 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 (Gibbs)
Frühling, Op 4 No 4 (Stanford)
Full fathom five (Johnson)
Gardez le trait de la fenêtre  No 6 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Get you hence (Johnson)
Glorious and powerful God (Gibbons)
Go happy rose, and interwove  First line to To the Rose, Op 19 No 3 (Stanford)
God bless the time when cowslips grow  First line to Cowslip time, No 3 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
Golden friends  No 3 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Golden slumbers kiss your eyes  First line to A Lullaby, Op 19 No 2 (Stanford)
Grabe, Spaten, grabe!  First line to Totengräberlied, D44 (Schubert)
Grablied auf einen Soldaten, D454 (Schubert)
Grand Dieu, que je suis malheureuse  First line to Les filles de trente ans 'Chanson angoumoisine', No 16 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
He Abjures Love  No 10 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
he was born in Ballytearim where there's little work to do  First line to The boy from Ballytearim, No 6 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Heraclitus, Op 110 No 4 (Stanford)
Here is the ancient floor, footworn and hollowed and thin  First line to The Self-Unseeing, No 3 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Hidden treasure  No 1 of Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 (Gibbs)
Hodie si vocem  Movement 6 of Venite, exsultemus (Mondonville)
Homeward bound  No 4 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
How doth the city sit solitary (Blow)
Hymne, Op 7 No 2 (Fauré)
Hypochondriacus (Gibbs)
I beheld, and lo! a great multitude (Blow)
I had a dream last night  First line to Through the Ivory Gate, No 5 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
I have had enough of women, and enough of love  First line to The wanderer's song, No 1 of Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
I kissed them in fancy as I came away in the morning glow  First line to Two Lips, No 3 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
I liken my love to a gossamer afloat in the summer air  First line to For ever mine (Stanford)
I marked her ruined hues  First line to Amabel, No 9 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
I mind the day  No 5 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
I need not go  No 1 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
I sat one sprinkling day upon the lea  First line to Childhood among the Ferns, No 1 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
I will make you brooches and toys for your delight  First line to The Roadside Fire, No 3 of Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Ibis  No 25 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Ich bin vergnügt, im Siegeston  First line to Zufriedenheit 'Lied', D501 (Schubert)
Ich halte ihr die Augen zu, Op 7 No 5 (Stanford)
Ich lieb' eine Blume, Op 7 No 1 (Stanford)
Ich sass an einer Tempelhalle  First line to Lebenstraum 'Gesang in c', D1a (Schubert/Hoorickx)
Ich treibe auf des Lebens Meer  First line to Selige Welt, D743 (Schubert)
If thou would'st ease thine heart  No 2 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
Il me faut retourner aux anciennes amours  First line to Néère, No 2 of Études latines (Hahn)
Il pleure dans mon cœur  First line to Spleen, Op 51 No 3 (Fauré)
I'm homesick for my hills again  First line to In Flanders (Gurney)
Im Winde, im Sturme befahr’ ich den Fluss  First line to Der Schiffer, D536 (Schubert)
In a Churchyard  No 9 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
In blackberry time herself and me  First line to Blackberry time, No 5 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
In Brittany the churches all day are open wide  First line to Brittany, Op 21 No 1 (Farrar)
In five-score summers  No 4 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
In Flanders (Gurney)
In London here the streets are grey, and grey the sky above  First line to Irish skies, No 6 of A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
In summer time I foot the turf  First line to A fire of turf, No 1 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
In the Mind's Eye  No 6 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Incertitude, ô mes délices  First line to L'écrevisse, No 19 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Into my heart an air that kills  First line to The far country, No 7 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Irish skies  No 6 of A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
Is my team ploughing?  No 6 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
It is sad that so many of worth  First line to In a Churchyard, No 9 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
It was in the prime of the sweet springtime  First line to Sweet springtime, No 3 of The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 (Stanford)
J'ai vu la fille  First line to Ronde gauloise (Chabrier)
Jardin nocturne  No 3 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Je connais un autre connin  First line to Le lapin, No 8 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Je l'ai rencontrée un jour de vendage  First line to Trois jours de vendange (Hahn)
Je m' suis levée un beau matin  First line to La mie du voleur 'Chanson agenoise', No 20 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Je me metz en vostre mercy  No 2 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Je n'avais que quinze ans  First line to La mort de la brune 'Chanson franc-comtoise', No 31 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Je souhaite dans ma maison  First line to Le chat, No 5 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Je t'ai rencontrée simplement  First line to Fascination (Marchetti)
Jetant son encre vers les cieux  First line to Le poulpe, No 17 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Joli dragon 'Chanson languedocienne'  No 25 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Joy, shipmate, joy!  No 6 of Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Julia  No 5 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
L’homme a, pour payer sa rançon  First line to La rançon, Op 8 No 2 (Fauré)
La bell', si nous étions dedans ce haut bois  First line to Nique nac no muse! 'Chanson normande', No 26 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
La belle dame sans merci (Stanford)
La bien-aimée 'Chanson angoumoisine'  No 29 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
La bonne chanson  No 7 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
La carpe  No 20 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La chanson de Maître Floh (Meyerbeer)
La chenille  No 12 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La Cigale ayant chanté, tout l'été  First line to La Cigale et la Fourmi (Saint-Saëns)
La Cigale et la Fourmi (Saint-Saëns)
La colombe  No 22 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La dure épreuve va finir  First line to La bonne chanson, No 7 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
La fleur dorée 'Chanson agenoise'  No 34 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
La jeunesse nous quitte, et les Grâces aussi  First line to Lydie, No 1 of Études latines (Hahn)
La lune blanche  First line to L'heure exquise, No 5 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
La méduse  No 18 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La mie du voleur 'Chanson agenoise'  No 20 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
La mort de la brune 'Chanson franc-comtoise'  No 31 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
La mouche  No 13 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La nuit  No 11 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
La nuit sur le grand mystère  First line to Nocturne, Op 43 No 2 (Fauré)
La paix  No 5 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
La pêche  No 7 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
La plus charmante femme  First line to Sérénade (Chabrier)
La procession (Franck)
La puce  No 14 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La rançon, Op 8 No 2 (Fauré)
La sauterelle  No 15 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La souris  No 10 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
La tortue  No 1 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Là-bas, dans ces verts prés  First line to Que les amants ont de la peine! 'Chanson poitevine', No 21 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
L'abbé divague.—Et toi, marquis  First line to Sur l'herbe (Ravel)
L'absent, Op 5 No 3 (Fauré)
L'air  No 4 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
L'allée est sans fin  No 3 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Last night the air was cold and still  First line to The west wind, No 7 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
L'automne  No 10 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Lay a garland on my hearse  No 4 of English Lyrics V (Parry)
Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le bœuf  No 26 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le chat  No 5 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le cheval  No 2 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le chèvre du Thibet  No 3 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le dauphin  No 16 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le déserteur 'Chanson poitevine'  No 36 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Le dromadaire  No 9 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le flambeau éteint 'Chanson nivernaise'  No 24 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Le hibou  No 24 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le jour  No 1 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Le lapin  No 8 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le lièvre  No 7 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le lion  No 6 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le paon  No 23 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le pas d'armes du roi Jean (Chabrier)
Le pêcheur vidant ses filets  First line to La pêche, No 7 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Le plus beau présent (Hahn)
Le plus doux chemin, Op 87 No 1 (Fauré)
Le poulpe  No 17 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le printemps  No 3 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Le ramier, Op 87 No 2 (Fauré)
Le serpent  No 4 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Le souci, plus léger que les vents de l'Épire  First line to Salinum, No 3 of Études latines (Hahn)
Le souvenir d'avoir chanté  No 12 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Le temps a laissié son manteau  First line to Rondel I, No 1 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Le travail mène à la richesse  First line to La chenille, No 12 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Lebenstraum 'Gesang in c', D1a (Schubert/Hoorickx)
Lebenstraum 'Ich sass an einer Tempelhalle', D39 (Schubert)
L'écrevisse  No 19 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
L'éléphant  No 11 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Les champs n’étaient point noirs, les cieux n’étaient pas mornes  First line to Tristesse d'Olympio (Fauré)
Les cieux resplendissants d'étoiles  First line to Les étoiles, No 9 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Les cygnes (Hahn)
Les étoiles  No 9 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Les filles de trente ans 'Chanson angoumoisine'  No 16 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Les garçons de Bordeaux 'Chanson bordelaise'  No 32 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Les gros dindons, à travers champs  First line to Ballade des gros dindons (Chabrier)
Les métamorphoses 'Chanson canadienne'  No 7 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Les poils de cette chèvre et même  First line to Le chèvre du Thibet, No 3 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Les sanglots long  First line to Chanson d'automne, No 1 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Les sirènes  No 21 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Les sorciers et les fées dansent sur le côteau  First line to Chanson de fol (Honegger)
L'herbe est molle au sommeil sous les frais peupliers  First line to Phidylé (Duparc)
L'heure exquise  No 5 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Lied (Chabrier)
L'île heureuse (Chabrier)
L'ombre des arbres dans la rivière embrumée  First line to Paysage triste, No 6 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Lookin' back  No 3 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Looking forward to the spring  First line to Before and After Summer, No 2 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Lord, who shall dwell in thy tabernacle? (Blow)
Loughareema! Lies so high among the heather  First line to The Fairy Lough, No 2 of An Irish Idyll in Six Miniatures, Op 77 (Stanford)
Love is a bable  No 3 of English Lyrics VI (Parry)
Loveliest of Trees  No 2 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
L'y a huit ans que je suis dans les troupes  First line to Le déserteur 'Chanson poitevine', No 36 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Lydé  No 5 of Études latines (Hahn)
Lydie  No 1 of Études latines (Hahn)
Ma pensée est un cygne harmonieux et sage  First line to Cygne sur l'eau, No 1 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Mai (Hahn)
Maiden crowned with glossy blackness  First line to Bright, o bright Fedalma, No 7 of The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 (Stanford)
March  No 8 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Marie Laurencin (Auric)
Marion s'en va-t-a l'ou 'Chanson auvergnate'  No 19 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Méduses, malheureuses têtes  First line to La méduse, No 18 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Mein Leben wälzt sich murrend fort  First line to Der Strom, D565 (Schubert)
Mes durs rêves formels sauront te chevaucher  First line to Le cheval, No 2 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Mon pauvre cœur est un hibou  First line to Le hibou, No 24 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
More fond than Cushat Dove  No 2 of Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
Murmure autour de ma nacelle  First line to Douce mer (Bizet)
Music  No 3 of Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
My heart is inditing of a good matter, Z30 (Purcell)
My love's an arbutus (Stanford)
Ne crains pas de puiser aux réduits du cellier  First line to Thaliarque, No 4 of Études latines (Hahn)
Ne sois pas lascif et peureux  First line to Le lièvre, No 7 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Ne suis que grain de sable – Suis chauve de naissance – Ta parure est secrète  First line to Trois Poèmes d'amour (Satie)
Néère  No 2 of Études latines (Hahn)
Nez au vent, cœur plein d'aise  First line to Lied (Chabrier)
Nightfall in winter  No 2 of English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
Nine leaves a minute swim down shakily  First line to The Too Short Time, No 7 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Nique nac no muse! 'Chanson normande'  No 26 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
No longer mourn for me  No 3 of English Lyrics II (Parry)
Nocturne jardin tout empli de silence  First line to Jardin nocturne, No 3 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Nocturne, Op 43 No 2 (Fauré)
Nos mouches savent des chansons  First line to La mouche, No 13 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Nous avons fait un beau voyage  Act 2 of Ciboulette (Hahn)
Nous bénissons la douce nuit  First line to La nuit, No 11 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Now what is he after below in the street  First line to The bold unbiddable child, No 5 of A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
Ô blanche Tyndaris, les Dieux me sont amis  First line to Tyndaris, No 7 of Études latines (Hahn)
Ô lion, malheureuse image  First line to Le lion, No 6 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
O Lord, I have sinned (Blow)
O Lord, thou hast searched me out and known me (Blow)
Ô ma belle rebelle (Gounod)
O mistress mine  No 1 of English Lyrics II (Parry)
O mistress mine  No 1 of The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 (Stanford)
O never say that I was false of heart  No 4 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms  First line to La belle dame sans merci (Stanford)
Offre un encens modeste aux Lares familiers  First line to Phidylé, No 9 of Études latines (Hahn)
Oh swan of slenderness, dove of tenderness  First line to The little red lark (Stanford)
Oh! quand je dors (Liszt)
Oh! We're off to the fair now the lot of us together  First line to The fair, No 6 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
Oh, let us howl (Johnson)
On a time the amorous Silvy  No 1 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
Only a man harrowing clods  Movement 3 of Requiem da camera (Finzi)
Only the wanderer knows England's graces  First line to Severn Meadows (Gurney)
Oublie, ô Pholoé, la lyre et les festins  First line to Pholoé, No 8 of Études latines (Hahn)
Oui, j’irai dans l’ombre terreuse  First line to Ibis, No 25 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Outward bound  No 2 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Overlooking the River  No 4 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Par derrièr' chez ma tante  First line to Les métamorphoses 'Chanson canadienne', No 7 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Past the hills that peep  First line to Epeisodia, No 8 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Paysage (Hahn)
Paysage triste  No 6 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Pensa, che questo istante, D76 (Schubert)
Phidylé  No 9 of Études latines (Hahn)
Phidylé (Duparc)
Phoebe sat, sweet she sat  First line to Phoebe, Op 125 No 3 (Stanford)
Phoebe, Op 125 No 3 (Stanford)
Pholoé  No 8 of Études latines (Hahn)
Phyllis  No 10 of Études latines (Hahn)
Pour ce que Plaisance est morte  First line to Rondel II, No 3 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem  Part 4 of My heart is inditing of a good matter, Z30 (Purcell)
Proud Maisie  No 2 of English Lyrics V (Parry)
Proud Songsters  No 10 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Puces, amis, amantes même  First line to La puce, No 14 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Puisque j'ai mis ma lèvre (Hahn)
Puisque les roses sont jolies  First line to Chanson pour Jeanne (Chabrier)
Püppchen klein, püppchen mein  First line to Schlummerlied, Op 7 No 6 (Stanford)
Quand je chemine, le soir  First line to Séraphine (Hahn)
Quand je fus pris au pavillon  No 8 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Quand Marion s'en va-t-a l'ou  First line to Marion s'en va-t-a l'ou 'Chanson auvergnate', No 19 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Que les amants ont de la peine! 'Chanson poitevine'  No 21 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Que me fait toute la terre  First line to Chanson, Op 94 (Fauré)
Que veut ouïr une chanson  First line to Le flambeau éteint 'Chanson nivernaise', No 24 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Queer are the ways of a man I know  First line to The Phantom, No 4 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Ramure aux rumeurs amollies  First line to Dans la forêt de septembre, Op 85 No 1 (Fauré)
Reflets dans l'eau  No 2 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Requiem da camera (Finzi)
Requiescat (Butterworth)
Reveille  No 1 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Rire étant si jolie  First line to Sommation irrespectueuse (Chabrier)
Rollicum-rorum  No 6 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Ronde gauloise (Chabrier)
Rondel I  No 1 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Rondel II  No 3 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Saché-je d’où provient, sirènes, votre ennui  First line to Les sirènes, No 21 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Sailing homeward (Gibbs)
Salinum  No 3 of Études latines (Hahn)
Savitri, H96 Op 25 (Holst)
Scared  No 4 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
Schlummerlied, Op 7 No 6 (Stanford)
Selige Welt, D743 (Schubert)
Sentiers où l’herbe se balance  First line to L'absent, Op 5 No 3 (Fauré)
Séraphine (Hahn)
Sérénade (Chabrier)
Seuls tous deux, ravis, chantants!  First line to Dans les ruines d'une abbaye, Op 2 No 1 (Fauré)
Severn Meadows (Gurney)
Shall I compare thee?, Op 1 No 1 (Kelly)
She hath grown cold, whose kindness won me to her  First line to The Faithful Lover, No 5 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
She is my love beyond all thought  No 8 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
She shall be brought unto the king  Part 2 of My heart is inditing of a good matter, Z30 (Purcell)
Should I long that dark were fair?  First line to The radiant dark, No 8 of The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 (Stanford)
Si tu veux, Mignonne (Massenet)
S'il est vrai, Chloris, que tu m'aimes  First line to À Chloris (Hahn)
Silent Noon  No 2 of Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Simple was I and was young  First line to So I have fared, No 5 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Sing unto the Lord (Gibbons)
Sleep  No 6 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
So I have fared  No 5 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Sœur des Sœurs tisseuses de violettes  First line to Danseuse, No 4 of Mirages, Op 113 (Fauré)
Sois le bienvenue, rouge automne  First line to L'automne, No 10 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Some ask'd me where the rubies grew  First line to Julia, No 5 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
Sommation irrespectueuse (Chabrier)
Songs of a Roving Celt, Op 157 (Stanford)
Songs of Erin, Op 76 (Stanford)
Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Sous vos sombres chevelures  First line to Dans la forêt du charme et de l'enchantement, Op 36 No 2 (Chausson)
Souvenir (Lalo)
Spleen, Op 51 No 3 (Fauré)
Sterne mit den gold'nen Füsschen, Op 4 No 1 (Stanford)
Summer Schemes  No 1 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Sur le bord de l'île 'Chanson champenoise'  No 13 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Sur l'herbe (Ravel)
Sure a terrible time I was out o' the way  First line to The sailor man, No 2 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Take, O take those lips away  No 2 of English Lyrics II (Parry)
Te voilà, rire du printemps!  First line to Le printemps, No 3 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Tears  No 5 of Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Tell me not, sweet, I am unkind  First line to To Lucasta, on going to the wars, No 1 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
Thaliarque  No 4 of Études latines (Hahn)
That night your great guns, unawares  First line to Channel Firing, No 5 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
That was once her casement, and the taper nigh  First line to In the Mind's Eye, No 6 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
The aspens  No 5 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The ballad of Semmerwater (Gibbs)
The bars are thick with drops that show  First line to At Middle-Field Gate in February, No 2 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
The bells, Op 14 No 2 (Gibbs)
The Blackbird  No 4 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
The bold unbiddable child  No 5 of A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
The boy from Ballytearim  No 6 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
The cats, as other creatures do (Lawes)
the chapel of my childhood  First line to The chapel on the hill, No 2 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
The chapel on the hill  No 2 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
The Clock of the Years  No 8 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 (Stanford)
The fair  No 6 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
The Fairy Lough  No 2 of An Irish Idyll in Six Miniatures, Op 77 (Stanford)
The Faithful Lover  No 5 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
The far country  No 7 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The fields are full (Gibbs)
The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
The golden ray  No 4 of Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 (Gibbs)
The little red lark (Stanford)
The old superb  No 5 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
The oxen (Gibbs)
The Phantom  No 4 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
The Pibroch  No 1 of Songs of a Roving Celt, Op 157 (Stanford)
The pibroch, man, the pibroch!  First line to The Pibroch, No 1 of Songs of a Roving Celt, Op 157 (Stanford)
The Poet's Song  No 1 of Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
The rain had fallen, the Poet arose  First line to The Poet's Song, No 1 of Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
The rain it raineth every day  No 3 of The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 (Stanford)
The rejected lover (Gibbs)
The Roadside Fire  No 3 of Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
The sailor man  No 2 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
The Self-Unseeing  No 3 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 (Stanford)
The Spirit of the Spring  No 3 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
The splendour falls (Gibbs)
The sun at noon to higher air  First line to March, No 8 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
The swallows flew in the curves of an eight  First line to Overlooking the River, No 4 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
The thrushes sing as the sun is going  First line to Proud Songsters, No 10 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
The Tomb (Stanford)
The Too Short Time  No 7 of Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
The Triumph of Time and Truth, HWV71 (Handel)
The wanderer (Gibbs)
The wanderer's song  No 1 of Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
The west wind  No 7 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
The Western Playland (Gurney)
The wind was rising easterly, the morning sky was blue  First line to The old superb, No 5 of Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
There is a bird on yonder tree  First line to More fond than Cushat Dove, No 2 of Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
There is a lady sweet and kind  First line to And yet I love her till I die, No 2 of English Lyrics VI (Parry)
These dusky evenings in December  First line to Scared, No 4 of A Fire of Turf, Op 139 (Stanford)
They told me, Heraclitus, they told me you were dead  First line to Heraclitus, Op 110 No 4 (Stanford)
Thine eyes still shined for me  No 1 of English Lyrics IV (Parry)
Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
Through the Ivory Gate  No 5 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
'Tis late and cold (Johnson)
'Tis the long blue head o' Garron from the sea  First line to At sea, No 4 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Titania (Gibbs)
To Althea, from prison  No 3 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
To Lizbie Browne  No 7 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
To Lucasta, on going to the wars  No 1 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
To the Rose, Op 19 No 3 (Stanford)
To the soul  No 4 of Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Toll the bell  No 3 of Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 (Gibbs)
Tom Leminn (Stanford)
Tom o' Bedlam (Gibbs)
Ton âme est un lac d'amour  First line to Les cygnes (Hahn)
Totengräberlied, D44 (Schubert)
Tous deux  No 2 of Chansons grises (Hahn)
Tout en revenant de boire bouteille  First line to La fleur dorée 'Chanson agenoise', No 34 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Tout est ravi quand vient le Jour  First line to Le jour, No 1 of Douze Rondels (Hahn)
Tragödie, Op 14 No 5 (Stanford)
Tread lightly, she is near  First line to Requiescat (Butterworth)
Tremble argenté, tilleul, bouleau  First line to Accompagnement, Op 85 No 3 (Fauré)
Tristesse d'Olympio (Fauré)
Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Trois jours de vendange (Hahn)
Trois Poèmes d'amour (Satie)
Trottin' to the fair  Song of Songs of Erin, Op 76 (Stanford)
Tu m'as donné un coussin de soie  First line to Le plus beau présent (Hahn)
Tu t’acharnes sur la beauté  First line to Le serpent, No 4 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Twice a week  No 4 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Two Lips  No 3 of I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
Tyndaris  No 7 of Études latines (Hahn)
Un soir qu'on faisait vendage  First line to La chanson de Maître Floh (Meyerbeer)
Under the greenwood tree  No 6 of English Lyrics VI (Parry)
Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Venite, adoremus  Movement 4 of Venite, exsultemus (Mondonville)
Venite, exsultemus (Mondonville)
Verfliesset, vielgeliebte Lieder  First line to Am Flusse, D766 (Schubert)
Veux-tu venir, la belle?  First line to La bien-aimée 'Chanson angoumoisine', No 29 of Les plus jolies chansons du pays de France (Chabrier)
Viens! C'est le jour d'un Dieu  First line to Lydé, No 5 of Études latines (Hahn)
Vile potabis  No 6 of Études latines (Hahn)
Voici la fine sauterelle  First line to La sauterelle, No 15 of Le bestiaire, Op 17a (Durey)
Waiting Both  No 3 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Wake: the silver dusk returning  First line to Reveille, No 1 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Warm whisp'ring through the slender olive trees  First line to Blue wings, No 1 of The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 (Stanford)
Wather's o' Moyle an' the white gulls flyin'  First line to Lookin' back, No 3 of The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
Weep you no more, sad fountains  No 4 of English Lyrics IV (Parry)
Wer wagt es, Rittersmann oder Knapp  First line to Der Taucher, D111 (Schubert)
What part of dread eternity  No 2 of English Lyrics XI (Parry)
When comes my Gwen  No 1 of English Lyrics VI (Parry)
When friendly summer calls again  First line to Summer Schemes, No 1 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
When I set out for Lyonnesse  No 2 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
When I was one-and-twenty (Gibbs)
When lawyers strive to heal a breach  First line to Rollicum-rorum, No 6 of Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
When Love with unconfined wings  First line to To Althea, from prison, No 3 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
When that I was and a little tiny boy  First line to The rain it raineth every day, No 3 of The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 (Stanford)
When, cruel fair one, I am slain  First line to The Tomb (Stanford)
Whenever the moon and the stars are set  First line to Windy Nights, No 4 of A Child's Garland of Songs, Op 30 (Stanford)
Who would shepherds pipe, Op 21 No 3 (Farrar)
Why so pale and wan, fond lover? (Lawes)
Why so pale and wan?  No 4 of English Lyrics III (Parry)
Widerschein, D639 (Schubert)
Wie des Mondes Abbild zittert, Op 7 No 2 (Stanford)
Wie Ulfru fischt, D525 (Schubert)
Windy Nights  No 4 of A Child's Garland of Songs, Op 30 (Stanford)
With rue my heart is laden  First line to Golden friends, No 3 of The Western Playland (Gurney)
Y a des arbres, des maisons  First line to C'est sa banlieu, Act 2 of Ciboulette (Hahn)
Ye little birds that sit and sing  No 3 of English Lyrics VII (Parry)
Your hands lie open in the long fresh grass  First line to Silent Noon, No 2 of Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Zieh hin, du braver Krieger du!  First line to Grablied auf einen Soldaten, D454 (Schubert)
Zufriedenheit 'Lied', D501 (Schubert)
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