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Martineau, Malcolm (piano)
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Malcolm Martineau (piano)

Malcolm Martineau was born in Edinburgh, read Music at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, and studied at the Royal College of Music. Recognized as one of the leading accompanists of his generation, he has worked with many of the world’s greatest singers, including among others Sir Thomas Allen, Dame Janet Baker, Barbara Bonney, Ian Bostridge, Angela Gheorghiu, Susan Graham, Simon Keenlyside, Angelika Kirchschlager, Magdalena Kozená, Dame Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Anna Netrebko, Anne Sofie von Otter, Joan Rodgers, Michael Schade, Sarah Walker and Bryn Terfel.

He has presented his own series at Wigmore Hall (a Britten and a Poulenc series, and ‘Decade by Decade—100 years of German song’, broadcast by the BBC) and at the Edinburgh Festival (the complete lieder of Hugo Wolf). He has appeared throughout Europe, North America, Australia and at the Aix-en-Provence, Vienna, Edinburgh, Schubertiade, Munich and Salzburg festivals.

Malcolm Martineau has recorded for many labels, and his discs for Hyperion include two volumes of ‘Songs my father taught me’ with Sir Thomas Allen, settings of Pushkin with Joan Rodgers, Britten folksong arrangements, and two volumes of Debussy songs.

Malcolm was given an honorary doctorate at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2004, and appointed International Fellow of Accompaniment in 2009.

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Albums
'Debussy: Songs, Vol. 3' (CDA68016)
Debussy: Songs, Vol. 3
Pre-order CD by post £10.50 CDA68016  29 September 2014 Release  
'Hyperion monthly sampler – October 2014' (HYP201410)
Hyperion monthly sampler – October 2014
HYP201410  Download-only monthly sampler 29 September 2014 Release  
'Britten: Complete Folk Song Arrangements' (CDA66941/2)
Britten: Complete Folk Song Arrangements
'Canciones españolas' (CDA67954)
Canciones españolas
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'Debussy: Songs, Vol. 1' (CDA67357)
Debussy: Songs, Vol. 1
'Debussy: Songs, Vol. 2' (CDA67883)
Debussy: Songs, Vol. 2
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'More songs my father taught me' (CDA67374)
More songs my father taught me
'Of ladies and love' (CDA67315)
Of ladies and love
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'On this Island' (CDA67227)
On this Island
'Pushkin Romances' (CDA67773)
Pushkin Romances
'Quilter: Songs' (CDA66878)
Quilter: Songs
'Songs my father taught me' (CDA67290)
Songs my father taught me
'Songs of Scotland' (CDH55336)
Songs of Scotland
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'A Treasury of English Song' (HYP30)
A Treasury of English Song
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'Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2' (SIGCD263)
Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2
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'Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 3' (SIGCD272)
Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 3
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'Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 4' (SIGCD323)
Poulenc: The Complete Songs, Vol. 4
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Complete works available for download
ANONYMOUS - TRADITIONAL
A rosebud by my early walk with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Air falalalo with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
An island sheiling song with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
At the mid hour of night with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Avenging and bright with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Barbara Allen with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Bonnie wee thing with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Ca' the yowes with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Ca' the yowes with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Come you not from Newcastle? with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Comin' thro' the rye with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Dance to your daddy with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Dear harp of my country! with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Down by the Salley Gardens with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Drink to me only with thine eyes with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Drink to me only with thine eyes with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Early one morning with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Eho! Eho! with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Fileuse with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
How sweet the answer with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Il est quelqu'un sur terre with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Jock o' Hazeldean with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Kind Robin lo'es me with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
La belle est au jardin d'amour with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
La noël passée with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Little Sir William with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
Loch Lomond with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
O can ye sew cushions? with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
O the sight entrancing with Regina Nathan (soprano)
O Waly, Waly with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
O Willie's gane tae Melville Castle with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
O, whistle and I'll come to you, my lad with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
Oft in the stilly night with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Oliver Cromwell with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Over the mountains with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Quand j'étais chez mon père with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
Rich and rare with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Sail on, sail on with Regina Nathan (soprano)
Scots wha hae with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
She moved thro' the fair with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Sweet Polly Oliver with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
The ash grove with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
The bonnie Earl o' Moray with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The bonny Earl O'Moray with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
The brisk young widow with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
The fidgety bairn with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The foggy, foggy dew with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
The gallant weaver with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The keel row with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The Laird o' Cockpen with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The lark in the clear air with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
The last rose of summer with Regina Nathan (soprano)
The Lincolnshire poacher with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
The miller of Dee with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
The minstrel boy with Regina Nathan (soprano)
The Queen's Maries with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The rowan tree with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The Salley Gardens with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
The Star of the County Down with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
The tocherless lass with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The trees they grow so high with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
The wee cooper o' Fife with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The white cockade with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
The winter it is past with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
There's nae luck about the house with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
There's none to soothe with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
Voici le printemps with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Water o' Tyne with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon with Marie McLaughlin (soprano)
STEPHEN ADAMS  (1844-1913)
The Holy City with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ODOARDO BARRI  (1844-1920)
The Old Brigade with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN  (1770-1827)
Adelaide, Op 46 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Der Kuss, Op 128 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Wonne der Wehmut, Op 83 No 1 with Michael Schade (tenor)
THOMAS CASE STERNDALE BENNETT  (1882-1944)
The Songs of Today with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
BENJAMIN BRITTEN  (1913-1976)
On this island, Op 11 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
JOHN MAIS CAPEL  (1862-1931)
Love, could I only tell thee with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
HENRY CAREY  (c1690-1743)
Sally in our alley with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
FREDERIC CLAY  (1838-1889)
I'll sing thee songs of Araby with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ERIC COATES  (1886-1957)
Bird Songs at Eventide with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
I heard you singing with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Star of God with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
The Green Hills o' Somerset with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ALEKSANDR DARGOMÏZHSKY  (1813-1869)
K druz'yam 'To his friends' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Yunosha i deva 'A girl and a boy' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
CLAUDE DEBUSSY  (1862-1918)
Aimons-nous et dormons, L7 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Ariettes oubliées, L63 with Lisa Milne (soprano)
Caprice, L6 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Chanson triste, L24 with Jonathan McGovern (baritone)   October 2014 Release
Chansons de Bilitis, L97 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Dans le jardin, L107 with Jonathan McGovern (baritone)   October 2014 Release
Fête galante, L31 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Fêtes galantes I, L86 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Fêtes galantes II, L114 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Fleur des blés, L16 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Il dort encore, L34 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
La Belle au Bois dormant, L81 with Jonathan McGovern (baritone)   October 2014 Release
La romance d'Ariel, L58 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
L'archet, L22 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Le lilas, L36 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Le promenoir des deux amants, L129 with Jonathan McGovern (baritone)   October 2014 Release
Les angélus, L88 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Les baisers d'amour, L23 with Jonathan McGovern (baritone)   October 2014 Release
Les baisers, L9 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Les Elfes, L25 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Les roses, L28 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Mandoline, L43 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Musique, L54 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Nuit d'étoiles, L2 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Paysage sentimental, L55 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Pierrot, L30 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Proses lyriques, L90 with Lisa Milne (soprano)
Regret, L59 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Rêverie, L3 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Romance, L53 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Romance, L56 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Romances, L65 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Sérénade, L29 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Souhait, L18 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Trois Chansons de France, L115 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Trois Mélodies, L85 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Zéphyr, L19 with Jennifer France (soprano)   October 2014 Release
J AIRLIE DIX  (d1911)
The trumpeter with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
PAUL DRESSER  (1857-1906)
On the banks of the Wabash, far away with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
KAREL DROFNATSKI  (1852-1924)
Limmerich ohne Worte, Op 372
The aquiline snub, Op 375 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
The compleat virtuoso, Op 366 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
The hardy Norse-woman, Op 365 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
ZO ELLIOTT  (1891-1964)
There's a long, long trail a-winding with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
GABRIEL FAURÉ  (1845-1924)
Fleur jetée, Op 39 No 2 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Lydia, Op 4 No 2 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Nell, Op 18 No 1 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Sylvie, Op 6 No 3 with Michael Schade (tenor)
GERALD FINZI  (1901-1956)
As I lay in the early sun, Op 13b No 3 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
Oh fair to see, Op 13b No 2 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
Since we loved, Op 13b No 7 with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
MIKHAIL GLINKA  (1804-1857)
Adel' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne 'Do not sing to me, fair maiden' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Priznaniye 'Confession' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ya pomnyu chudnoye mgnoven'ye 'I remember the wonderful moment' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ya zdes, Inezilya 'Here I am, Iñesilla' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
JESÚS GURIDI  (1886-1961)
Seis canciones castellanas with Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)
GUY D'HARDELOT  (c1858-1936)
Because with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ANNIE FORTESCUE HARRISON  (1851-1944)
In the gloaming with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
JOHN LIPTROT HATTON  (1808-1886)
Simon the Cellarer with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
HERBERT HOWELLS  (1892-1983)
King David with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
CARRIE JACOBS-BOND  (1862-1946)
A Perfect Day with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Just a-wearyin' for you with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
EDWARD FRANK LAMBERT  (1868-1925)
God's Garden with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
She is far from the land with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
FRANZ LISZT  (1811-1886)
Tre Sonetti di Petrarca, S270 First version with Michael Schade (tenor)
JAMES LYNAM MOLLOY  (1837-1909)
Love's old sweet song with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
XAVIER MONTSALVATGE  (1912-2002)
Cinco canciones negras with Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)
ALAN ROBERT MURRAY  (1890-1952)
I'll walk beside you with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Will you go with me? with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
MODEST MUSORGSKY  (1839-1881)
Noch' 'Night' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Strekotun'ya beloboka 'The magpie' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
IVOR NOVELLO  (1893-1951)
Till the boys come home 'Keep the home fires burning' with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
SIR FREDERICK O'CONNOR  (1870-1943)
The old house with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT  (1858-1932)
Mother Machree with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
SIR HUBERT PARRY  (1848-1918)
Armida's garden with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
My heart is like a singing bird with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
GRAHAM PEEL  (1877-1937)
In summertime on Bredon with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ARTHUR PENN  (1875-1941)
Smilin' through with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
FRANCIS POULENC  (1899-1963)
… mais mourir, FP137 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Airs chantés, FP46 with Sarah Fox (soprano)
Calligrammes, FP140 with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Ce doux petit visage, FP99 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Chansons villageoises, FP117 with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 with Sarah Fox (soprano)
Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Colloque, FP108 with Thomas Oliemans (baritone), Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Deux mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP127 with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Deux mélodies inédites du bestiaire, FP15b with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Deux mélodies sur des poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP131
Deux poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP94 with Robert Murray (tenor)
Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP122 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Fancy, FP174 with Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano)
Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 with Magdalena Molendowska (soprano)
Hymne, FP144 with Jonathan Lemalu (baritone)
La dame de Monte-Carlo, FP180 with Sarah Fox (soprano)
La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
La Grenouillère, FP96 with Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano)
La puce with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Le portrait, FP92 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Le travail du peintre, FP161 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Les chemins de l'amour, FP106 with Dame Felicity Lott (soprano)
Main dominée par le cœur, FP135 with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Mazurka, FP145 with Thomas Oliemans (baritone)
Miroirs brûlants, FP98 with Sarah Fox (soprano)
Paul et Virginie, FP132 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 with William Dazeley (baritone)
Priez pour paix, FP95 with Robert Murray (tenor)
Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 with Dame Felicity Lott (soprano)
Toréador, FP11 with Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 with Lorna Anderson (soprano)
Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 with Dame Felicity Lott (soprano)
Une chanson de porcelaine, FP169 with William Dazeley (baritone)
EDWARD C PURCELL  (1853-1932)
Passing by with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ROGER QUILTER  (1877-1953)
Arab Love Song, Op 25 No 4 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Four Child Songs, Op 5 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Go, lovely rose, Op 24 No 3 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
June with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Love's Philosophy, Op 3 No 1 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Music, when soft voices die, Op 25 No 5 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Now sleeps the crimson petal, Op 3 No 2 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Three Shakespeare Songs, Op 6 with John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
SERGEI RACHMANINOV  (1873-1943)
Muza 'The muse', Op 34 No 1 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne 'Do not sing to me, fair maiden', Op 4 No 4 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
OSCAR RASBACH  (1888-1975)
Trees with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
MAURICE RAVEL  (1875-1937)
Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques with Michael Schade (tenor)
NIKOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV  (1844-1908)
Chto v imeni tebe moyem? 'What does my name mean to you?', Op 4 No 1 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ekho, Op 45 No 1 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Moy golos dlya tebya 'My voice, calling you', Op 7 No 1 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Na kholmakh Gruzii 'The hills of Georgia', Op 3 No 4 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne 'Do not sing to me, fair maiden', Op 51 No 2 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Redeyet oblakov letuchaya gryada 'A line of flying clouds', Op 42 No 3 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Tï i vï 'You and Thou', Op 27 No 3 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
JOHN GAIR 'JACK' ROBSON  (c1885-1957)
The Cheviot Hills with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
ANTON RUBINSTEIN  (1829-1894)
Pevets 'The singer', Op 36 No 7 with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
WILFRED SANDERSON  (1878-1935)
Friend o' mine with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Time to go with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Until with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
FRANZ SCHUBERT  (1797-1828)
An Silvia 'Gesang an Silvia', D891 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Der Jüngling an der Quelle, D300 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Laura am Klavier, D388 with Michael Schade (tenor)
Trost 'An Elisa', D97 with Michael Schade (tenor)
GLADYS MARY SHELDON  (1889-?)
A Cradle Song with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
WILLIAM SHIELD  (1748-1829)
The plough boy with Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
LORD HENRY RICHARD CHARLES SOMERSET  (1849-1932)
A Song of Sleep with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Echo with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
WILLIAM HENRY SQUIRE  (1871-1963)
Mountain Lovers with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
SIR CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD  (1852-1924)
La belle dame sans merci with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
RICHARD STRAUSS  (1864-1949)
Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 with Michael Schade (tenor)
SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN  (1842-1900)
My dearest heart with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Orpheus with his lute with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
The Lost Chord with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
PYOTR TCHAIKOVSKY  (1840-1893)
Pesn' Zemfirï 'Zemfira's song' with Joan Rodgers (soprano), Sergey Rybin (speaker)
EDUARDO TOLDRÁ  (1895-1962)
Abril with Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)
Maig with Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)
ALISON TRAVERS  (d1979)
A mood with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
JOAQUÍN TURINA  (1882-1949)
Tres poemas, Op 81 with Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)
VLADIMIR VLASOV  (1903-1986)
Fontanu Bakhchisarayskovo dvortsa 'The fountain in the courtyard of Bakhchisaray' with Joan Rodgers (soprano)
WILLIAM VINCENT WALLACE  (1812-1865)
Yes! let me like a soldier fall with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
PETER WARLOCK  (1894-1930)
Lillygay with Lynne Dawson (soprano)
HAYDN WOOD  (1882-1959)
A brown bird singing with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Bird of Love Divine with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
It is only a tiny garden with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Love's garden of roses with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Roses of Picardy with Sir Thomas Allen (baritone)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
¡Ay majo de mi vida!  First line to La maja dolorosa 2, No 6 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
¡Cómo quieres que adivine!  No 5 of Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
¡Oh, muerte cruel!  First line to La maja dolorosa 1, No 5 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
¡Sereno!  No 2 of Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
¡Yambambó, yambambé!  First line to Canto negro, No 5 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
¡Yo no olvidaré en mi vida!  First line to La maja de Goya, No 1 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
¿Por qué entre sombras el ruiseñor?  First line to La maja y el ruiseñor, Song from Goyescas (Granados)
… mais mourir, FP137 (Poulenc)
25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
4 Romances, Op 46 (Shostakovich)
6 Stikhotvoreniy A Pushkina '6 Pushkin Poems', Op 36 (Medtner)
6 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '6 Pushkin Poems', Op 32 (Medtner)
7 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '7 Pushkin Poems', Op 29 (Medtner)
A brown bird singing (Wood)
A Cradle Song (Sheldon)
A flaxen-headed cowboy, as simple as may be  First line to The plough boy (Shield/Britten)
A good child  No 1 of Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
A last year's rose  No 3 of Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
A mood (Travers)
A Perfect Day (Jacobs-Bond)
A rosebud by my early walk (Anon/McPhee)
À son page  No 5 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
A Song of Sleep (Somerset)
À toutes brides  No 5 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Abril (Toldrá)
Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Adel' (Glinka)
Adelaide, Op 46 (Beethoven)
Adelina à la promenade  No 2 of Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
Adieu  No 3 of Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Adieu Amour nuage qui fuit et n'a pas chu pluie  First line to Voyage, No 7 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Adieu Amour nuage qui fuit et n'a pas chu pluie féconde  First line to Voyage, No 7 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Ah dit la fille frivole  First line to Chanson de la fille frivole, No 5 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Ah! fuyez à présent  First line to Air grave, No 3 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Ah! Mon cher docteur, je vous écris  First line to Le petit garçon trop bien portant, No 3 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Aimons-nous et dormons, L7 (Debussy)
Air champêtre  No 2 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Air falalalo (Anon/Roberton)
Air grave  No 3 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Air romantique  No 1 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Air vif  No 4 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
All the dreaming is broken through  First line to My dearest heart (Sullivan)
All through the night there's a little brown bird singing  First line to A brown bird singing (Wood)
Allá arriba, en aquella montaña  No 1 of Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
Allerseelen  No 8 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Allons plus vite  No 2 of Deux poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP94 (Poulenc)
Amor y odio  No 9 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Amoureuses  No 5 of Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
An island sheiling song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
An Silvia 'Gesang an Silvia', D891 (Schubert)
And are ye sure the news is true?  First line to There's nae luck about the house (Anon)
Âne ou vache coq ou cheval  First line to Marc Chagall, No 2 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Arab Love Song, Op 25 No 4 (Quilter)
Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Armida's garden (Parry)
As I cam' doun the Canongate, I he'rd a laddie sing  First line to The keel row (Anon)
As I lay in the early sun, Op 13b No 3 (Finzi)
As it is, plenty  No 5 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
As sweet Polly Oliver lay musing in bed  First line to Sweet Polly Oliver (Anon/Britten)
At the mid hour of night (Anon/Britten)
Attributs  No 1 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Au bord de l’île on voit  First line to La Grenouillère, FP96 (Poulenc)
Au long de ces montagnes douces  First line to La romance d'Ariel, L58 (Debussy)
Auf frisch gemähtem Weideplatz  First line to Die Zeitlose, No 7 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Auf, hebe die funkelnde Schale  First line to Heimliche Aufforderung, No 3 of Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss)
Auprès de cette grotte sombre  No 2 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Auprès de cette grotte sombre  No 1 of Le promenoir des deux amants, L129 (Debussy)
Aus dem Walde tritt die Nacht  First line to Die Nacht, No 3 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Aussi bien que les cigales  No 6 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Autumn Evening  No 1 of Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
Avec mon face à main  First line to La tragique histoire du petit René, No 2 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Avec ses quatre dromadaires  First line to Le dromadaire, No 1 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Avenging and bright (Anon/Britten)
Ballade de Villon à s'amye  No 1 of Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Ballade des femmes de Paris  No 3 of Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Ballade que Villon feit à la requeste de sa mère  No 2 of Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Ballet  No 3 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Barbara Allen (Anon/Quilter)
Because (Hardelot/Rhodes)
Belle source, je veux me rappeler sans cesse  First line to Air champêtre, No 2 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Belle, méchante, menteuse, injuste  First line to Le portrait, FP92 (Poulenc)
Belles journées, souris du temps  First line to La souris, No 1 of Deux mélodies, FP162 (Poulenc)
Benedetto sia 'l giorno  No 2 of Tre Sonetti di Petrarca, S270 First version (Liszt)
Berceuse  No 4 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Besa el aura  No 3 of Tres poemas, Op 81 (Turina)
Biala choragiewka  No 6 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Bird of Love Divine (Wood)
Bird Songs at Eventide (Coates)
Blow, blow, thou winter wind  No 3 of Three Shakespeare Songs, Op 6 (Quilter)
Bonne journée  No 1 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Bonnie wee thing (Anon/Davie)
Brown is my love  No 5 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Bûcheron  First line to Chanson de l'oranger sec, No 3 of Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
Burd Ellen and young Tamlane  No 4 of Lillygay (Warlock)
Burd Ellen sits in her bower windowe  First line to Burd Ellen and young Tamlane, No 4 of Lillygay (Warlock)
By a fountainside  No 6 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
By yon bonnie banks and by yon bonnie braes  First line to Loch Lomond (Anon)
C  No 1 of Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP122 (Poulenc)
Ca' the yowes (Anon/Britten)
Ca' the yowes (Anon/Liddell)
Cäcilie  No 2 of Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss)
Callejeo  No 10 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Calmes dans le demi-jour  First line to En sourdine, No 1 of Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito  No 4 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Canto negro  No 5 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Caprice, L6 (Debussy)
Ce doux petit visage, FP99 (Poulenc)
Certes si nous avions vécu en l’an dix-sept cent soixante  First line to Dans le jardin d'Anna, No 1 of Deux poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP94 (Poulenc)
C'est le joli printemps  No 3 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
C'est l'extase  No 1 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Chanson  No 2 of Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Chanson bretonne  No 1 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Chanson de la fille frivole  No 5 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Chanson de l'oranger sec  No 3 of Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
Chanson des cueilleuses de lentisques  No 4 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Chanson triste, L24 (Debussy)
Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
Chansons du clair-tamis  No 1 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Chevaux de bois  No 4 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Chévere  No 3 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Chto v imeni tebe moyem? 'What does my name mean to you?', Op 4 No 1 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Ciel! les colonies  First line to Paul et Virginie, FP132 (Poulenc)
Cimetière  No 2 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
Clair de lune  No 3 of Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Cloches chrétiennes pour les matines  First line to Les angélus, L88 (Debussy)
Colloque sentimental  No 3 of Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Colloque, FP108 (Poulenc)
Colombe, l’amour et l’esprit  First line to La colombe, No 2 of Deux mélodies inédites du bestiaire, FP15b (Poulenc)
Come away, death  No 1 of Three Shakespeare Songs, Op 6 (Quilter)
Come to me in the silence of the night  First line to Echo (Somerset)
Come you not from Newcastle? (Anon/Britten)
Come, dearest heart, 'mid the flow'rs of June  First line to Love's garden of roses (Wood)
Come, O come, my life's delight  First line to My life's delight, No 2 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Come, sleep, and with thy sweet deceiving  First line to Sleep, No 4 of Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Comin' thro' the rye (Anon/Liddell)
Comme tout meurt vite, la rose déclose  First line to Adieu, No 3 of Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Couronnés de thym et de marjolaine  First line to Les Elfes, L25 (Debussy)
Crois mon conseil, chère Climène  No 2 of Le promenoir des deux amants, L129 (Debussy)
Cuando mi madre llevaba un sorbete de fresa por sombrero  First line to Cuba dentro de un piano, No 1 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Cuba dentro de un piano  No 1 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Damask roses  No 3 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Dame du ciel, régente terrienne  First line to Ballade que Villon feit à la requeste de sa mère, No 2 of Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Dance to your daddy (Anon)
Dans le jardin d'Anna  No 1 of Deux poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP94 (Poulenc)
Dans le jardin, L107 (Debussy)
Dans le vieux parc solitaire et glacé  First line to Colloque sentimental, No 3 of Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Dans l'ennui si désolément vert  First line to De fleurs, No 3 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
Dans les ténèbres du jardin  No 4 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
Dans vos viviers, dans vos étangs  First line to La carpe, No 6 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Dark brown is the river, golden is the sand  First line to Where go the boats?, No 3 of Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
Dark red roses in a honeyed wind swinging  First line to June (Quilter)
Dauphins, vous jouez dans la mer  First line to Le dauphin, No 4 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
De aquel majo amante  First line to La maja dolorosa 3, No 7 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
De fleurs  No 3 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
De grève  No 2 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
De jour merci de nuit prends garde  First line to Juan Gris, No 4 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
De rêve  No 1 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
De soir  No 4 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
Dear harp of my country! (Anon/Britten)
Dear thoughts are in my mind, and my soul soars enchanted  First line to The lark in the clear air (Anon/Tate)
Der Jüngling an der Quelle, D300 (Schubert)
Der Kuss, Op 128 (Beethoven)
Des trous à son pourpoint vermeil  First line to La Belle au Bois dormant, L81 (Debussy)
Deux dames le long du fleuve  First line to Le pont, No 1 of Deux mélodies sur des poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP131 (Poulenc)
Deux mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP127 (Poulenc)
Deux mélodies inédites du bestiaire, FP15b (Poulenc)
Deux mélodies sur des poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP131 (Poulenc)
Deux mélodies, FP162 (Poulenc)
Deux poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP94 (Poulenc)
Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP122 (Poulenc)
Devant le ciel d'été, tiède et calmé  First line to Regret, L59 (Debussy)
Dicen que mi majo es feo  First line to El majo discreto, No 2 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Die Georgine  No 4 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Die helle Sonne leuchtet  No 4 of Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 (Quilter)
Die Nacht  No 3 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Die Verschwiegenen  No 6 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Die Zeitlose  No 7 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Dimanche sur les villes  First line to De soir, No 4 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
Dos horas ha que callejeo  First line to Callejeo, No 10 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Down by the Salley Gardens (Anon/Hughes)
Down by the Salley Gardens my love and I did meet  First line to The Salley Gardens (Anon/Britten)
Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander  First line to The ash grove (Anon/Britten)
Drink to me only with thine eyes (Anon/Quilter)
D'une rose mourante  First line to Colloque, FP108 (Poulenc)
Dvenadtsat' Romansov 'Twelve Romances', Op 60 (Tchaikovsky)
Early one morning (Anon/Britten)
Easter day was a holiday  First line to Little Sir William (Anon/Britten)
Echo (Somerset)
Eho! Eho! (Anon/Britten)
Ekho, Op 45 No 1 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
El majo discreto  No 2 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
El majo tímido  No 4 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
El tra-la-la y el punteado  No 3 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Elle avait de beaux cheveux, blonds  First line to L'archet, L22 (Debussy)
Elles ont les épaules hautes  First line to Amoureuses, No 5 of Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
Emporte ma folie  First line to Fleur jetée, Op 39 No 2 (Fauré)
En sourdine  No 1 of Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Entoure ce citron de blanc d’œuf informe  First line to Pablo Picasso, No 1 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Es en balde, majo mío  First line to El tra-la-la y el punteado, No 3 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Et le soir vient et les lys meurent  First line to Allons plus vite, No 2 of Deux poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP94 (Poulenc)
Éventail  No 3 of Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
Fain would I change that note  First line to Fair house of joy, No 7 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Fair house of joy  No 7 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Fais rafraîchir mon vin de sorte  First line to À son page, No 5 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Fancy, FP174 (Poulenc)
Fantoches  No 2 of Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Faulse beauté, qui tant me couste cher  First line to Ballade de Villon à s'amye, No 1 of Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Fear no more the heat o' the sun  No 1 of Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
Fête galante, L31 (Debussy)
Fêtes galantes  No 2 of Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP122 (Poulenc)
Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Figure de force brûlante et farouche  No 8 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Fileuse (Anon/Britten)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
Fleur des blés, L16 (Debussy)
Fleur jetée, Op 39 No 2 (Fauré)
Fontan lyubvi, fontan zhivoy! 'Fountain of love, fountain of life!'  First line to Fontanu Bakhchisarayskovo dvortsa 'The fountain in the courtyard of Bakhchisaray' (Vlasov)
Fontanu Bakhchisarayskovo dvortsa 'The fountain in the courtyard of Bakhchisaray' (Vlasov)
Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
Four Indian Love Lyrics (Woodforde-Finden)
Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 (Quilter)
Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 (Quilter)
Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
Friend o' mine (Sanderson)
From the brake the nightingale sings exulting to the rose  First line to A last year's rose, No 3 of Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
Gde nasha roza 'Where is our rose'  First line to Roza 'The rose', No 6 of 7 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '7 Pushkin Poems', Op 29 (Medtner)
Geduld  No 5 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Gens du midi gens du midi  First line to Aussi bien que les cigales, No 6 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Georges Braque  No 3 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Gin a body, meet a body  First line to Comin' thro' the rye (Anon/Liddell)
Go, lovely rose, Op 24 No 3 (Quilter)
God's Garden (Lambert)
Goyescas (Granados)
Green  No 5 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Ha'nacker Mill  No 1 of Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
Harmonie du soir  No 2 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Heimliche Aufforderung  No 3 of Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss)
Hey, ho, the wind and the rain  No 5 of Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
Hier  No 3 of Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Hier, c'est ce chapeau fané  First line to Hier, No 3 of Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Homme au sourire tendre  No 6 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
How should I your true love know?  No 3 of Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 (Quilter)
How sweet the answer (Anon/Britten)
Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Hush, my dear, the gallopin' men ride thro' the bracken  First line to The fidgety bairn (Anon)
Hyde Park  No 2 of Deux mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP127 (Poulenc)
Hymne, FP144 (Poulenc)
I canna get to my love, if I would dee  First line to Water o' Tyne (Anon)
I have been there before, O my love!  First line to Armida's garden (Parry)
I heard you singing (Coates)
I shall go without companions  First line to My own country, No 3 of Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
I think that I shall never see  First line to Trees (Rasbach)
I' vidi in terra angelici costumi  No 3 of Tre Sonetti di Petrarca, S270 First version (Liszt)
I woke before the morning, I was happy all the day  First line to A good child, No 1 of Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
Ich fühle Deinen Odem  No 3 of Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 (Quilter)
Ich habe wohl, es sei hier laut  First line to Die Verschwiegenen, No 6 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Igray, Adel 'Play on, Adèle'  First line to Adel' (Glinka)
Il dort encore, L34 (Debussy)
Il est entré  First line to Un poème, No 2 of Deux mélodies sur des poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP131 (Poulenc)
Il est quelqu'un sur terre (Anon/Britten)
Il la prend dans ses bras  No 2 of Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
Il m'a dit: «Cette nuit, j'ai rêvé.»  First line to La chevelure, No 2 of Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
Il pleure dans mon cœur  No 2 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Il pleut  No 4 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
I'll be near my journey's end  First line to The Cheviot Hills (Robson)
I'll sing thee songs of Araby (Clay)
I'll walk beside you (Murray)
In Chester town there liv'd a brisk young widow  First line to The brisk young widow (Anon/Britten)
In Scarlet Town, where I was born  First line to Barbara Allen (Anon/Quilter)
In summertime on Bredon (Peel)
In the gloaming (Harrison)
Incertitude, ô mes délices  First line to L'écrevisse, No 5 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Irrémédiable vie  First line to Jacques Villon, No 7 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
It is only a tiny garden (Wood)
It was a lover and his lass  No 3 of Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
J’ai perdu ma poulette  First line to Chanson bretonne, No 1 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
J’ai vu reluire en un coin de mes âges  First line to Nuage, No 2 of Deux mélodies, FP162 (Poulenc)
J’allais dans la campagne avec le vent d’orage  First line to Air romantique, No 1 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
J’étais triste et pensif quand je t’ai rencontrée  First line to Rencontre, No 1 of Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Ja, du weisst es, teure Seele  First line to Zueignung, No 1 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Jacques Villon  No 7 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
J'ai traversé les ponts de Cé  First line to C, No 1 of Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP122 (Poulenc)
Je n'ai envie que de t'aimer  No 7 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Je n'ai plus que les os  No 4 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Je nommerai ton front  No 2 of Miroirs brûlants, FP98 (Poulenc)
Je regardais dans le jardin  First line to Dans le jardin, L107 (Debussy)
Je tremble en voyant ton visage  No 3 of Le promenoir des deux amants, L129 (Debussy)
Jean Martin prit sa besace  First line to Le mendiant, No 4 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Jeszcze jeden mazur dzisiaj, nim poranek swita  First line to Ostatni mazur, No 4 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Jezioro  No 8 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Joan Miró  No 6 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Jock o' Hazeldean (Anon)
Johnnie cam' to our toun  First line to Johnnie wi' the tye, No 2 of Lillygay (Warlock)
Johnnie wi' the tye  No 2 of Lillygay (Warlock)
Juan Gris  No 4 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
June (Quilter)
Just a-wearyin' for you (Jacobs-Bond)
K chemu, vesyolïe druzya 'Why, my cheerful friends'  First line to K druz'yam 'To his friends' (Dargomïzhsky)
K druz'yam 'To his friends' (Dargomïzhsky)
Kashmiri Song  No 3 of Four Indian Love Lyrics (Woodforde-Finden)
Kind Robin lo'es me (Anon/Davie)
King David (Howells)
L’enfant cherche sa voix  First line to L'enfant muet, No 1 of Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
La Belle au Bois dormant, L81 (Debussy)
La belle dame sans merci (Stanford)
La belle est au jardin d'amour (Anon/Britten)
La carpe  No 6 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
La chevelure  No 2 of Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
La chèvre du Thibet  No 2 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
La colombe  No 2 of Deux mélodies inédites du bestiaire, FP15b (Poulenc)
La dame de Monte-Carlo, FP180 (Poulenc)
La flûte de Pan  No 1 of Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
La grâce exilée  No 5 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
La grande rivière qui va  No 7 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
La Grenouillère, FP96 (Poulenc)
La grotte  No 2 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
La lune se levait, pure, mais plus glacée  First line to Musique, L54 (Debussy)
La maja de Goya  No 1 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
La maja dolorosa 1  No 5 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
La maja dolorosa 2  No 6 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
La maja dolorosa 3  No 7 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
La maja y el ruiseñor  Song from Goyescas (Granados)
La mer est plus belle que les cathédrales  No 1 of Trois Mélodies, L85 (Debussy)
La mer n’a pas d’oranges  First line to Adelina à la promenade, No 2 of Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
La mort des amants  No 5 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
La niña criolla pasa con su miriñaque blanco  First line to Punto de habanera, No 2 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
La noël passée (Anon/Britten)
La nuit a des douceurs de femmes!  First line to De rêve, No 1 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
La petite servante  No 3 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
La puce (Poulenc)
La romance d'Ariel, L58 (Debussy)
La sauterelle  No 3 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
La souris  No 1 of Deux mélodies, FP162 (Poulenc)
La tragique histoire du petit René  No 2 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Là-bas, vers l'église  No 2 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting  First line to Damask roses, No 3 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
L'âme évaporée et souffrante  First line to Romance, No 1 of Romances, L65 (Debussy)
L'archet, L22 (Debussy)
Las! Colombine a fermé le volet  First line to Sérénade, L29 (Debussy)
Last night by the sheiling was Mhairi, my beloved  First line to An island sheiling song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Last night I lay a-sleeping  First line to The Holy City (Adams/Maybrick)
Laura am Klavier, D388 (Schubert)
Le balcon  No 1 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Le bon Pierrot, que la foule contemple  First line to Pierrot, L30 (Debussy)
Le ciel d'hiver, si doux, si triste, si dormant  First line to Paysage sentimental, L55 (Debussy)
Le dauphin  No 4 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Le dromadaire  No 1 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Le faune  No 2 of Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Le front comme un drapeau perdu  No 3 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Le jet d'eau  No 3 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Le lilas, L36 (Debussy)
Le long des blés que la brise  First line to Fleur des blés, L16 (Debussy)
Le long du bois couvert de givre  First line to Le tombeau des naïades, No 3 of Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
Le matin les branches attisent  No 2 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
Le mendiant  No 4 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Le petit garçon trop bien portant  No 3 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Le pont  No 1 of Deux mélodies sur des poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP131 (Poulenc)
Le portrait, FP92 (Poulenc)
Le présent  No 1 of Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Le promenoir des deux amants, L129 (Debussy)
Le retour du sergent  No 6 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Le réveil de la mariée  No 1 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse (Anon/Britten)
Le sergent s’en revient de guerre  First line to Le retour du sergent, No 6 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Le serpent  No 1 of Deux mélodies inédites du bestiaire, FP15b (Poulenc)
Le soir qu’Amour vous fit en la salle descendre  First line to Ballet, No 3 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Le son du cor s'afflige vers les bois  No 2 of Trois Mélodies, L85 (Debussy)
Le temps a laissié son manteau  First line to Rondel I, No 1 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Le tombeau  No 2 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Le tombeau des naïades  No 3 of Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Le trésor du verger et le jardin en fête  First line to Air vif, No 4 of Airs chantés, FP46 (Poulenc)
Le zéphyr à la douce haleine  First line to Rêverie, L3 (Debussy)
L'échelonnement des haies  No 3 of Trois Mélodies, L85 (Debussy)
L'écrevisse  No 5 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Lehnst du deine bleichgehärmte Wange  First line to Trost 'An Elisa', D97 (Schubert)
Leise, rieselnder Quell!  First line to Der Jüngling an der Quelle, D300 (Schubert)
L'enfant muet  No 1 of Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
Les angélus, L88 (Debussy)
Les baisers d'amour, L23 (Debussy)
Les baisers, L9 (Debussy)
Les bijoux aux poitrines  First line to Mazurka, FP145 (Poulenc)
Les chemins de l'amour, FP106 (Poulenc)
Les chemins qui vont à la mer  First line to Les chemins de l'amour, FP106 (Poulenc)
Les cloches  No 2 of Romances, L65 (Debussy)
Les donneurs de sérénades  First line to Mandoline, L43 (Debussy)
Les Elfes, L25 (Debussy)
Les épis sont à Cérès  First line to Attributs, No 1 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Les Faiseurs de religions  First line to Hyde Park, No 2 of Deux mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP127 (Poulenc)
Les feuilles s'ouvraient sur le bord des branches  First line to Les cloches, No 2 of Romances, L65 (Debussy)
Les gars qui vont à la fête  No 2 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Les hauts talons luttaient avec les longues jupes  First line to Les ingénus, No 1 of Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Les ingénus  No 1 of Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Les myrtilles sont pour la dame  First line to Chanson, No 2 of Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Les poils de cette chèvre et même  First line to La chèvre du Thibet, No 2 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Les roses étaient toutes rouges  First line to Spleen, No 6 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Les roses, L28 (Debussy)
L'espionne  No 1 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Let the florid music praise!  No 1 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
Lillygay (Warlock)
Limmerich ohne Worte, Op 372 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
Lish' rozï uvyadayut 'When roses wither'  No 3 of 6 Stikhotvoreniy A Pushkina '6 Pushkin Poems', Op 36 (Medtner)
Little Sir William (Anon/Britten)
Little white star on the mountain heather  First line to Mountain Lovers (Squire)
Llámale con el pañuelo  No 3 of Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
Llega a mi reja y me mira  First line to El majo tímido, No 4 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Loch Lomond (Anon)
L'ombre des arbres  No 3 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Lonely I wander through scenes of my childhood  First line to The old house (O'Connor)
Look, stranger, at this island now  First line to Seascape ('For Kit Welford'), No 3 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
Lord of the bygone centuries  First line to Star of God (Coates)
Lorsque j'étais jeunette, je gardais les moutons  First line to Fileuse (Anon/Britten)
Lorsque le ciel de saphir est de feu  First line to Les roses, L28 (Debussy)
Love, could I only tell thee (Capel)
Love's garden of roses (Wood)
Love's old sweet song (Molloy)
Love's Philosophy, Op 3 No 1 (Quilter)
Lydia, Op 4 No 2 (Fauré)
Madame Eustache a dix-sept filles  First line to Nous voulons une petite sœur, No 1 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Maig (Toldrá)
Main dominée par le cœur, FP135 (Poulenc)
Mains agitées aux grimaces nouées  First line to … mais mourir, FP137 (Poulenc)
Mañanita de San Juan  No 6 of Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
Mandoline, L43 (Debussy)
Marc Chagall  No 2 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Mazurka, FP145 (Poulenc)
Medlitelno vlekutsa dni moi 'My days pass by so slowly'  First line to Zhelaniye 'Desire', No 25 of 25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
Mère des souvenirs, maîtresse des maîtresses  First line to Le balcon, No 1 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Miroirs brûlants, FP98 (Poulenc)
Mogu l zabït to sladkoye mgnovenye 'Could I ever forget that delightful moment'  First line to Vals 'The waltz', No 5 of 6 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '6 Pushkin Poems', Op 32 (Medtner)
Mon âme vers ton front où rêve, ô calme sœur  First line to Soupir, No 1 of Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
Monsieur Sans-Souci  No 4 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Montparnasse  No 1 of Deux mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP127 (Poulenc)
Morgen!  No 4 of Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss)
Most Holy Night, that still dost keep  First line to The night, No 2 of Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
Mother Machree (Olcott/Ball)
Mountain Lovers (Squire)
Moy golos dlya tebya i laskovïy i tomnïy 'My voice, calling you with love and longing'  First line to Noch' 'Night', No 1a of Soirées à St-Petersbourg, Op 44 (Rubinstein)
Moy golos dlya tebya i laskovïy i tomnïy 'My voice, calling you with love and longing'  First line to Noch' 'Night' (Musorgsky)
Moy golos dlya tebya 'My voice, calling you', Op 7 No 1 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Music, when soft voices die, Op 25 No 5 (Quilter)
Musique, L54 (Debussy)
Mutation  No 2 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Muza 'The muse'  No 1 of 7 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '7 Pushkin Poems', Op 29 (Medtner)
Muza 'The muse', Op 34 No 1 (Rachmaninov)
My dearest heart (Sullivan)
My faint spirit is sitting in the light  First line to Arab Love Song, Op 25 No 4 (Quilter)
My heart is like a singing bird (Parry)
My life's delight  No 2 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
My love was born in Aberdeen  First line to The white cockade (Anon/McVicar)
My own country  No 3 of Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
My tea is nearly ready and the sun has left the sky  First line to The lamplighter, No 2 of Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
My young love said to me, “My mother won’t mind  First line to She moved thro' the fair (Anon)
Na kholmakh Gruzii 'The hills of Georgia', Op 3 No 4 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne 'Do not sing to me, fair maiden' (Glinka)
Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne 'Do not sing to me, fair maiden', Op 4 No 4 (Rachmaninov)
Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne 'Do not sing to me, fair maiden', Op 51 No 2 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Near to Banbridge town, in the County Down  First line to The Star of the County Down (Anon/Hughes)
Neig' schön' Knospe Dich zu mir  No 1 of Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 (Quilter)
Nell, Op 18 No 1 (Fauré)
Nennen soll ich, sagt ihr, meine  First line to Nichts, No 2 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Nichts  No 2 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Nights are growing very lonely  First line to There's a long, long trail a-winding (Elliott)
Ninghe, ninghe, ninghe  First line to Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito, No 4 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
No quiero tus avellanas  No 4 of Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
No star in all the world until you came  First line to Until (Sanderson)
Noch' 'Night'  No 1a of Soirées à St-Petersbourg, Op 44 (Rubinstein)
Noch' 'Night' (Musorgsky)
Nocturne  No 4 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
Non, les baisers d'amour n'éveillent point les morts!  First line to Les baisers d'amour, L23 (Debussy)
Nous aurons des lits pleins d'odeurs légères  First line to La mort des amants, No 5 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Nous avons fait la nuit  No 9 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Nous voulons une petite sœur  No 1 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Now sleeps the crimson petal, Op 3 No 2 (Quilter)
Now the leaves are falling fast  No 2 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
Now through night's caressing grip  First line to Nocturne, No 4 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
Nuage  No 2 of Deux mélodies, FP162 (Poulenc)
Nuit d'étoiles, L2 (Debussy)
O can ye sew cushions? (Anon/Britten)
Ô floraison divine du lilas  First line to Le lilas, L36 (Debussy)
O jezioro, jezioro  First line to Jezioro, No 8 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Ô joie de mon âme  First line to Chanson des cueilleuses de lentisques, No 4 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
O men from the fields  First line to A Cradle Song (Sheldon)
O mistress mine  No 2 of Three Shakespeare Songs, Op 6 (Quilter)
Ô porte de l'hôtel avec deux plantes vertes  First line to Montparnasse, No 1 of Deux mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP127 (Poulenc)
Ô rêveuse, pour que je plonge  First line to Éventail, No 3 of Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
O Robin is my only jo, for Robin has the art tae lo'e  First line to Kind Robin lo'es me (Anon/Davie)
O the sight entrancing (Anon/Britten)
O Waly, Waly (Anon/Britten)
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms  First line to La belle dame sans merci (Stanford)
O Willie's gane tae Melville Castle (Anon/Stephen)
O, whistle and I'll come to you, my lad (Anon/Stephen)
Odjazd  No 2 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Of all the girls that are so smart  First line to Sally in our alley (Carey/Britten)
Oft in the stilly night (Anon/Britten)
Oh fair to see, Op 13b No 2 (Finzi)
Oh the green hills o’ Somerset  First line to The Green Hills o' Somerset (Coates)
Oh the old ship laughs as she takes the water  First line to Time to go (Sanderson)
Oh! quand la Mort, que rien ne saurait apaiser  First line to Souhait, L18 (Debussy)
Oh! rowan tree, Oh! rowan tree  First line to The rowan tree (Anon)
Olas gigantes  No 1 of Tres poemas, Op 81 (Turina)
Old Simon the cellarer keeps a rare store  First line to Simon the Cellarer (Hatton)
Oliver Cromwell (Anon/Britten)
Oliver Cromwell lay buried and dead  First line to Oliver Cromwell (Anon/Britten)
On entend un chant sur l'eau  First line to Chanson triste, L24 (Debussy)
On the banks of the Wabash, far away (Dresser)
On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
On voit des marquis sur des bicyclettes  First line to Fêtes galantes, No 2 of Deux poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP122 (Poulenc)
Once in the dear dead days beyond recall  First line to Love's old sweet song (Molloy)
One day there sand a little bird  First line to Bird of Love Divine (Wood)
One morning very early, one morning in the spring  First line to The distracted maid, No 1 of Lillygay (Warlock)
Orpheus with his lute (Sullivan)
Ostatni mazur  No 4 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Où le bedeau a passé  First line to Chansons du clair-tamis, No 1 of Chansons villageoises, FP117 (Poulenc)
Over the mountains (Anon/Quilter)
Over the quiet hills  First line to Bird Songs at Eventide (Coates)
Pablo Picasso  No 1 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Pace non trovo  No 1 of Tre Sonetti di Petrarca, S270 First version (Liszt)
Pâle espionne de l’Amour  First line to L'espionne, No 1 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Pale hands I loved beside the Shalimar  First line to Kashmiri Song, No 3 of Four Indian Love Lyrics (Woodforde-Finden)
Passing by (Purcell/Cockram)
Paul et Virginie, FP132 (Poulenc)
Paul Klee  No 5 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Paysage sentimental, L55 (Debussy)
Pensé que yo sabría  First line to Amor y odio, No 9 of Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Pépita reine de Venise  First line to Toréador, FP11 (Poulenc)
Pesn' Zemfirï 'Zemfira's song' (Tchaikovsky)
Peut-il se reposer  No 1 of Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
Pevets 'The singer', Op 36 No 7 (Rubinstein)
Pierrot, L30 (Debussy)
Placet futile  No 2 of Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
Plume d'eau claire  No 3 of Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
Plus de fois, dans tes bras charmants  First line to Les baisers, L9 (Debussy)
Płynie Wisła płynie  First line to Wisla, No 7 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Polska mlodziez  No 3 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Pour ce que Plaisance est morte  First line to Rondel II, No 3 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Pour le jour des Hyacinthies  First line to La flûte de Pan, No 1 of Chansons de Bilitis, L97 (Debussy)
Pozegnanie  No 5 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Préservez-nous du feu et du tonnerre  First line to La petite servante, No 3 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Priez pour paix, FP95 (Poulenc)
Princesse! à jalouser le destin d'une Hébé  First line to Placet futile, No 2 of Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
Priznaniye 'Confession' (Glinka)
Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
Puces, amis, amantes même  First line to La puce (Poulenc)
Punto de habanera  No 2 of Cinco canciones negras (Montsalvatge)
Pustoye vï serdechnïm tï 'Instead of a formal you'  First line to Tï i vï 'You and Thou', Op 27 No 3 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Pustoye vï serdechnïm tï 'Instead of a formal you'  First line to Tï i vï 'You and Thou', No 11 of 25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
Quand je baise, pâle de fièvre  First line to Caprice, L6 (Debussy)
Quand j'étais chez mon père (Anon/Britten)
Quand le ciel et mon heure  First line to Le tombeau, No 2 of Poèmes de Ronsard, FP38 (Poulenc)
Quand les gens  First line to Monsieur Sans-Souci, No 4 of Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Quand on est morte entre les mortes  First line to La dame de Monte-Carlo, FP180 (Poulenc)
Quatre chansons pour enfants, FP75 (Poulenc)
Quel galant m'est comparable?  No 3 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Quoy qu'on tient belles langagières  First line to Ballade des femmes de Paris, No 3 of Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Rayons des yeux  No 1 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
Recueillement  No 4 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Redeyet oblakov letuchaya gryada 'A line of flying clouds', Op 42 No 3 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Regret, L59 (Debussy)
Rencontre  No 1 of Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Réveille-toi, réveille-toi, perdrix mignonne  First line to Le réveil de la mariée, No 1 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Rêverie, L3 (Debussy)
Revyot li zver v lesu glukhom 'The cry of an animal in the forest depths'  First line to Ekho, Op 45 No 1 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Rich and rare (Anon/Britten)
Rien que ce doux petit visage  First line to Ce doux petit visage, FP99 (Poulenc)
Rôdeuse au front de verre  No 4 of Cinq poèmes de Paul Éluard, FP77 (Poulenc)
Romance  No 1 of Romances, L65 (Debussy)
Romance in E flat major  No 1 of Soirées à St-Petersbourg, Op 44 (Rubinstein)
Romance, L53 (Debussy)
Romance, L56 (Debussy)
Romances, L65 (Debussy)
Rondel I  No 1 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Rondel II  No 3 of Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Roses of Picardy (Wood)
Round my Indiana homestead wave the cornfields  First line to On the banks of the Wabash, far away (Dresser)
Roza 'The rose'  No 6 of 7 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '7 Pushkin Poems', Op 29 (Medtner)
Rzy koniczek mój bułany  First line to Odjazd, No 2 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Sail on, sail on (Anon/Britten)
Sally in our alley (Carey/Britten)
Sally is gone that was so kindly  First line to Ha'nacker Mill, No 1 of Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
Scaramouche et Pulcinella  First line to Fantoches, No 2 of Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Scots wha hae (Anon/Liddell)
Seascape ('For Kit Welford')  No 3 of On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
Seated one day at the organ  First line to The Lost Chord (Sullivan)
Seis canciones castellanas (Guridi)
Sérénade, L29 (Debussy)
Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
She is far from the land (Lambert)
She is watching by the poplars  First line to Roses of Picardy (Wood)
She moved thro' the fair (Anon)
Sheep and cattle I hae nane, O  First line to The tocherless lass (Anon/Macfarlane)
Shoemaker, shoemaker, are ye within?  First line to The shoemaker, No 3 of Lillygay (Warlock)
Si j'étais le Zéphyr ailé  First line to Zéphyr, L19 (Debussy)
Si mon marin vous le chassez  First line to Cimetière, No 2 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Si tu veux je te donnerai  First line to Le présent, No 1 of Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Si tu veux savoir, ma belle  First line to Sylvie, Op 6 No 3 (Fauré)
Sigh no more, ladies  No 4 of Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 (Quilter)
Silence ineffable de l'heure  First line to Romance, L53 (Debussy)
Silent noon  No 2 of The house of life (Vaughan Williams)
Simon the Cellarer (Hatton)
Since we loved, Op 13b No 7 (Finzi)
Sleep  No 4 of Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Sleep, darling, sleep, the daylight  First line to A Song of Sleep (Somerset)
Slïkhali l vï za roshchey glas nochnoy 'Have you heard, beyond the grove at night'  First line to Pevets 'The singer', Op 36 No 7 (Rubinstein)
Slow, slow, freah fount, keep time with my salt tears  First line to By a fountainside, No 6 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Smilin' through (Penn)
Soirées à St-Petersbourg, Op 44 (Rubinstein)
Sois sage, ô ma Douleur, et tiens-toi plus tranquille  First line to Recueillement, No 4 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Soleil de proie prisonnier de ma tête  First line to Joan Miró, No 6 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Solovey 'The nightingale'  No 4 of Dvenadtsat' Romansov 'Twelve Romances', Op 60 (Tchaikovsky)
Sombre nuit, aveugles ténèbres  First line to Hymne, FP144 (Poulenc)
Souhait, L18 (Debussy)
Soupir  No 1 of Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
Souric et Mouric  No 5 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Spleen  No 6 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Star of God (Coates)
Starïy muzh, groznïy muzh, rezh menya 'Old man, dreadful man, stab me'  First line to Pesn' Zemfirï 'Zemfira's song' (Tchaikovsky)
Stell auf den Tisch die duftenden Reseden  First line to Allerseelen, No 8 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Strekotun'ya beloboka 'The magpie' (Musorgsky)
Sur la mer les crépuscules tombent  First line to De grève, No 2 of Proses lyriques, L90 (Debussy)
Sur la pente fatale le voyageur profite  First line to Paul Klee, No 5 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Sweet Polly Oliver (Anon/Britten)
Sylvie, Op 6 No 3 (Fauré)
Ta rose de pourpre, à ton clair soleil  First line to Nell, Op 18 No 1 (Fauré)
Take, O take those lips away  No 4 of Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
Targa swéj wianeczek  First line to Wianek, No 1 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Tell me where is Fancy bred  First line to Fancy, FP174 (Poulenc)
Tell me, where is fancy bred  First line to Fancy, FP174 (Poulenc)
Terra qui floreix  First line to Maig (Toldrá)
Tes beaux yeux sont las, pauvre amante!  First line to Le jet d'eau, No 3 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
The aquiline snub, Op 375 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
The ash grove (Anon/Britten)
The bonnie Earl o' Moray (Anon)
The bonny Earl O'Moray (Anon/Britten)
The brisk young widow (Anon/Britten)
The Cheviot Hills (Robson)
The compleat virtuoso, Op 366 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
The distracted maid  No 1 of Lillygay (Warlock)
The faithless shepherdess  No 4 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
The fidgety bairn (Anon)
The foggy, foggy dew (Anon/Britten)
The fountains mingle with the river  First line to Love's Philosophy, Op 3 No 1 (Quilter)
The gallant weaver (Anon)
The Green Hills o' Somerset (Coates)
The hardy Norse-woman, Op 365 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
The Holy City (Adams/Maybrick)
The house of life (Vaughan Williams)
The keel row (Anon)
The Laird o' Cockpen (Anon)
The lamplighter  No 2 of Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
The lark in the clear air (Anon/Tate)
The last rose of summer (Anon/Britten)
The Lincolnshire poacher (Anon/Britten)
The Lord God planted a garden  First line to God's Garden (Lambert)
The Lost Chord (Sullivan)
The miller of Dee (Anon/Britten)
The minstrel boy (Anon/Britten)
The night  No 2 of Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
The Old Brigade (Barri/Slater)
The old house (O'Connor)
The plough boy (Shield/Britten)
The Queen's Maries (Anon/McVicar)
The rowan tree (Anon)
The Salley Gardens (Anon/Britten)
The shoemaker  No 3 of Lillygay (Warlock)
The songs of the birds in the sunshine  First line to A mood (Travers)
The Songs of Today (Bennett)
The Star of the County Down (Anon/Hughes)
The tocherless lass (Anon/Macfarlane)
The trees they grow so high (Anon/Britten)
The trumpeter (Dix)
The valley and the hill  No 2 (No 6) of Two September Songs, Op 18 (Quilter)
The water is wide, I cannot get o'er  First line to O Waly, Waly (Anon/Britten)
The wee cooper o' Fife (Anon/Davie)
The white cockade (Anon/McVicar)
The winter it is past (Anon)
The yellow poplar leaves have strown  First line to Autumn Evening, No 1 of Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
There is a lady sweet and kind  First line to Passing by (Purcell/Cockram)
There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee  First line to The miller of Dee (Anon/Britten)
There was a wee cooper wha lived in Fife  First line to The wee cooper o' Fife (Anon/Davie)
There was a young lady from Norway  First line to The hardy Norse-woman, Op 365 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
There was an old man of the isles  First line to The compleat virtuoso, Op 366 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
There was an old man with a nose  First line to The aquiline snub, Op 375 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
There’s a spot in me heart which no colleen may own  First line to Mother Machree (Olcott/Ball)
There's a little brown road windin' over the hill  First line to Smilin' through (Penn)
There's a long, long trail a-winding (Elliott)
There's nae luck about the house (Anon)
There's none to soothe (Anon/Britten)
They were summoned from the hillside  First line to Till the boys come home 'Keep the home fires burning' (Novello/Davies)
Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
Three Shakespeare Songs, Op 6 (Quilter)
Through the sunny garden  No 1 (No 5) of Two September Songs, Op 18 (Quilter)
Tï i vï 'You and Thou'  No 11 of 25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
Tï i vï 'You and Thou', Op 27 No 3 (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Till I wake  No 2 of Four Indian Love Lyrics (Woodforde-Finden)
Till the boys come home 'Keep the home fires burning' (Novello/Davies)
Time to go (Sanderson)
Ton père est à la messe  First line to Berceuse, No 4 of Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob, FP59 (Poulenc)
Tonadillas en estilo antiguo (Granados)
Toréador, FP11 (Poulenc)
Toujours  No 2 of Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Tournez, tournez, bons chevaux de bois  First line to Chevaux de bois, No 4 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Tout disparut  No 3 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
Tout gai!  No 5 of Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques (Ravel)
Tre Sonetti di Petrarca, S270 First version (Liszt)
Trees (Rasbach)
Trèmola rialla  First line to Abril (Toldrá)
Tres poemas, Op 81 (Turina)
Trois Ballades de François Villon, L126 (Debussy)
Trois chansons de F García Lorca, FP136 (Poulenc)
Trois Chansons de France, L115 (Debussy)
Trois Mélodies, L85 (Debussy)
Trois poèmes de Louise Lalanne, FP57 (Poulenc)
Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, L135 (Debussy)
Trost 'An Elisa', D97 (Schubert)
Trumpeter, what are you sounding now?  First line to The trumpeter (Dix)
Tsarskoselskaya statuya 'The statue at Tsarskoye Selo'  No 17 of 25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
Tu pupila es azul  No 2 of Tres poemas, Op 81 (Turina)
Tu t’acharnes sur la beauté  First line to Le serpent, No 1 of Deux mélodies inédites du bestiaire, FP15b (Poulenc)
Tu vois le feu du soir  No 1 of Miroirs brûlants, FP98 (Poulenc)
Two September Songs, Op 18 (Quilter)
Un oiseau s’envole  First line to Georges Braque, No 3 of Le travail du peintre, FP161 (Poulenc)
Un poème  No 2 of Deux mélodies sur des poèmes de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP131 (Poulenc)
Un vieux faune de terre cuite  First line to Le faune, No 2 of Fêtes galantes II, L114 (Debussy)
Und morgen wird die Sonne wieder scheinen  First line to Morgen!, No 4 of Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss)
Und was die Sonne glüht  No 2 of Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 (Quilter)
Under the greenwood tree  No 2 of Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
Une chanson de porcelaine, FP169 (Poulenc)
Une femme qui pleurait  First line to Mutation, No 2 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Une herbe pauvre  No 6 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Une roulotte couverte en tuiles  No 4 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Une ruine coquille vide  No 2 of Tel jour telle nuit, FP86 (Poulenc)
Unis la fraîcheur et le feu  No 5 of La fraîcheur et le feu, FP147 (Poulenc)
Until (Sanderson)
Urny s vodoy uroniv 'The girl has dropped the urn'  First line to Tsarskoselskaya statuya 'The statue at Tsarskoye Selo', No 17 of 25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
V mladenchestve moyom ona menya lyubila 'When I was a child she loved me'  First line to Muza 'The muse', No 1 of 7 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '7 Pushkin Poems', Op 29 (Medtner)
V mladenchestve moyom ona menya lyubila 'When I was a child she loved me'  First line to Muza 'The muse', Op 34 No 1 (Rachmaninov)
Vals 'The waltz'  No 5 of 6 Stikhotvoreniy Pushkina '6 Pushkin Poems', Op 32 (Medtner)
Va-t’en va-t’en mon arc-en-ciel  First line to La grâce exilée, No 5 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Vers le sud  No 3 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss)
Voici des fruits, des fleurs, des feuilles et des branches  First line to Green, No 5 of Ariettes oubliées, L63 (Debussy)
Voici la fine sauterelle  First line to La sauterelle, No 3 of Le bestiaire, ou Cortège d'Orphée, FP15a (Poulenc)
Voici le printemps (Anon/Britten)
Voici venir les temps où vibrant sur la tige  First line to Harmonie du soir, No 2 of Cinq Poèmes de Baudelaire, L70 (Debussy)
Voilà Silvandre et Lycas et Myrtil  First line to Fête galante, L31 (Debussy)
Votre âme est un paysage choisi  First line to Clair de lune, No 3 of Fêtes galantes I, L86 (Debussy)
Vous me demandez de me taire  First line to Toujours, No 2 of Poème d'un jour, Op 21 (Fauré)
Voyage  No 7 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Warszawianka dla kochanka szyła biała choragiewke  First line to Biala choragiewka, No 6 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Warum so spät erst, Georgine?  First line to Die Georgine, No 4 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
Was ist Silvia, saget an  First line to An Silvia 'Gesang an Silvia', D891 (Schubert)
Water o' Tyne (Anon)
Weep you no more sad fountains  No 1 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Wenn dein Finger durch die Saiten meistert  First line to Laura am Klavier, D388 (Schubert)
When daffodils begin to peer  No 2 of Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 (Quilter)
When I was a bachelor I lived all alone  First line to The foggy, foggy dew (Anon/Britten)
When I was bound apprentice in famous Lincolnshire  First line to The Lincolnshire poacher (Anon/Britten)
When that I was and a little tiny boy  First line to Hey, ho, the wind and the rain, No 5 of Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
When you are happy, friend o’ mine  First line to Friend o' mine (Sanderson)
When you come to the end of a perfect day  First line to A Perfect Day (Jacobs-Bond)
Where are the boys of the old Brigade  First line to The Old Brigade (Barri/Slater)
Where Cart rins rowin' tae the sea  First line to The gallant weaver (Anon)
Where go the boats?  No 3 of Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
While that the sun with his beams hot  First line to The faithless shepherdess, No 4 of Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Who is Silvia?  No 1 of Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 (Quilter)
Why weep ye by the tide, ladye?  First line to Jock o' Hazeldean (Anon)
Wianek  No 1 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Widzisz dziewcze choragiewke  First line to Pozegnanie, No 5 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Will you go with me? (Murray)
Wisla  No 7 of Huit chansons polonaises, FP69 (Poulenc)
Wonne der Wehmut, Op 83 No 1 (Beethoven)
Ya pomnyu chudnoye mgnoven'ye 'I remember the wonderful moment' (Glinka)
Ya vas lyublyu, khot ya beshus 'I love you, though I must be mad'  First line to Priznaniye 'Confession' (Glinka)
Ya zdes, Inezilya 'Here I am, Iñesilla' (Glinka)
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon (Anon/Liddell)
Ye Hielands and ye Low-lands  First line to The bonny Earl O'Moray (Anon/Britten)
Ye Hielands and ye Lowlands, O where hae ye been?  First line to The bonnie Earl o' Moray (Anon)
Yes! let me like a soldier fall (Wallace)
Yestreen the queen had four Maries  First line to The Queen's Maries (Anon/McVicar)
Your hands lie open in the long fresh grass  First line to Silent noon, No 2 of The house of life (Vaughan Williams)
Yunosha i deva 'A girl and a boy' (Dargomïzhsky)
Yunoshu, gorku rïdaya 'A girl was sobbing bitterly'  First line to Yunosha i deva 'A girl and a boy' (Dargomïzhsky)
Yunoshu, gorku rïdaya 'A girl, sobbing bitterly'  No 2 of 4 Romances, Op 46 (Shostakovich)
Zénith  First line to Vers le sud, No 3 of Calligrammes, FP140 (Poulenc)
Zéphyr, L19 (Debussy)
Zhelaniye 'Desire'  No 25 of 25 Poems by Pushkin, Op 57 (Cui)
Zueignung  No 1 of Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter, Op 10 (Strauss)
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