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– But there's a Tree, of many, one
Pleasure it is
The Cid ordered his knights to assemble
(I'm gettin') nuttin' for Christmas (Tepper/Bennett/Bateman)
*** Romanza (Moderato)
[untitled] (Barley/Joseph)
«General Lavine»—excentric: Dans le style et le mouvement d'un Cake-Walk
… depart in peace … (Tavener)
… fiat mihi … (MacMillan)
… from bursting suns escaping … (Mason)
… here in hiding … (MacMillan)
1914
2 Pierrot Pieces, Op 35 (Scott)
20 Ways to improve your life (Fox)
24 Caprices, Op 1 (Paganini/Bryan)
24 lies per second (Wardener)
24 Preludes in all major and minor keys, Op 102 (Bowen)
3am
4 Romances, Op 46 (Shostakovich/McBurney)
6pm
7 Airs & Fantasias (Pitts)
9pm
A babe is born, Op 55 (Mathias)
A baby watched a ford, whereto
A bad boy and a good girl
A better resurrection
A birthday (Hawes)
A blackbird singing
A bookworm 'Hommage modeste à Maurice Ravel'
A boy was born
A boy was born, Op 3 (Britten)
A boy was born, Op 3 (Britten)
A breath of our inspiration
A Broken Arc (Somervell)
A brown bird singing (Wood)
A Buddhist miniature (Tavener)
A Canon for Sally
A Celtic Blessing (Todd)
A Celtic Symphony (Bantock)
A Ceremony of Carols, Op 28 (Britten)
A chantar m'er (La Comtesse de Die/Wishart)
A Charm Against The Bumble Bee
A child of God
A Child's Garland of Songs, Op 30 (Stanford)
A child's prayer (Bliss)
A child's prayer (MacMillan)
A choral Amen (Rutter)
A choral fanfare (Rutter)
A Choral Fantasia, H177 Op 51 (Holst)
A Christmas Carnival (Bissill)
A Christmas carol (Bliss)
A Christmas Caroll, Op 21 (Leighton)
A Christmas Greeting, Op 52 (Elgar)
A Christmas Overture (Hess)
A Clare Benediction (Rutter)
A Classical Christmas Suite (Davis/Onorati/Simeone/Wendel)
A cold coming we had of it
A collection of songs (Swann)
A Cornish Christmas Carol (Warlock)
A Country Girl (Monckton)
A Coy Joy (Dowland/Denoth)
A cradle song (Gurney)
A Cradle Song (Sheldon)
A cradle song (Tavener)
A cross of wood
A crown of glory (Rutter)
A Cycle of Seven Songs from A Shropshire Lad (Orr)
A day in the cornfield, I a-reapin'
A dead violet (Bridge)
A death
A dirge (Bridge)
A Downland Suite (Ireland)
A fairy's love song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
A fancy (Dowland/Denoth)
A Farewell to Arms (Bennett)
A fine lady
A fire of turf
A flaxen-headed cowboy, as simple as may be
A Flourish for a Bidding (Howells)
A flower given to my daughter
A flower remembered (Rutter)
A Fool's Preferment, or The Three Dukes of Dunstable, Z571 (Purcell/Britten)
A fountain plays no more
A Funny fellow
A Gaelic blessing (Rutter)
A Gallery Carol (Gardner)
A gift so pure, life so precious
A glee for Winter
A good child
A Good-Night (Bennett)
A grace for 10 Downing Street (Howells)
A gray day and quiet
A Green Cornfield (Head)
A grim old king
A ground for ye harpsicord (Anon/Simpson/Ng)
A head or tail which does he lack?
A Hebridean Sea-Reiver's Song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
A Hebridean Symphony (Bantock)
A Hill Tune (Bax)
A ho hi … hirrum bo! Early sails she to the reiving
A Hymn for St Cecilia (Howells)
A Hymn of St Columba (Britten)
A Hymn of the Nativity (Leighton)
A Hymn on Divine Musick (Croft/Britten)
A Hymn to Pan
A hymn to the Virgin
A Hymn to the Virgin (Britten)
A Keltic Suite, Op 29 (Foulds)
A kiss, Op 15 (Venables/Lloyd)
A knot of riddles (Bliss)
A Laddie's Sang
A lady-witch there lived on Atlas mountain
A last year's rose
A lawyer he went out one day
A Litany '1st version' (Walton)
A Litany '2nd version' (Walton)
A Litany '3rd version' (Walton)
A little black thing among the snow
A little child there is yborn
A little jazz Mass (Chilcott)
A Little Music
A Little Waltz
A London Overture (Ireland)
A Love Song
A Lullaby for Lalit
A Lullaby, Op 19 No 2 (Stanford)
A maid goin' to Comber her markets to larn
A Maid peerless (Howells)
A maiden most gentle (Anon/Carter)
A March-Jig 'Maguire's Kick'
A Medieval Bestiary (Hughes)
A Meditation (Pott)
A merry Christmas (Anon/Gant)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Suite (Leigh/Pienaar)
A mighty fortress (Luther/Rutter)
A mood (Travers)
A moon rising
A Moorside Suite (Holst)
A morning hymn, Z198 (Purcell/Britten)
A moth devoured words
A Mountain Mood 'Theme and Variations' (Bax)
A mummers' play
A new commandment (Tavener)
A New Song (MacMillan)
A New Year Carol (Britten)
A Night Curse
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square (Sherwin/Bowen)
A North Country maid up to London had strayed
A north-country maid up to London had stray'd
A Peaceful Piece
A Persistent Illusion (Wagstaff)
A pilgrim's chant
A Piper (Head)
A plea for true wisdom and understanding
A Poet's Hymn
A Poison Tree
A Poison Tree
A Poison Tree (Britten)
A poor soul sat sighing by a sycamore tree
A Prayer of King Henry VI (Ley)
A prayer of Saint Patrick (Rutter)
A prayer to St Anthony of Padua
A Prayer to the Trinity (Burgon)
A prisoner to rapture by arduous duty pressed
A Queen's Fanfare (Walton)
A quiet stroll (Williams)
A red, red rose (Swann)
A Reel
A remark you made (Sheppard)
A Remembrance (Pott)
A report song
A Riddle 'The child you were'
A Romp (Finale)
A Room in Bloomsbury (Wilson)
A rosebud by my early walk (Anon/McPhee)
A rough guide to the royal succession 'It's just one damn King after another' (Drayton)
A Runaway Girl (Monckton)
A sad song (Warlock)
A Sea Symphony (Vaughan Williams)
A Sequence for St Michael (Howells)
A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster, Op 140 (Stanford)
A shepherd's carol (Britten)
A ship with unfurled sails (Jackson)
A shower of pigeons arch over the rooftops
A Shropshire Lad (Somervell)
A Shropshire Lad 'Rhapsody for orchestra' (Butterworth)
A simple little string
A single flow'r he sent me, since we met
A Slow Dance
A slumber vast and black
A soft day
A something
A song about myself
A Song at evening (Bennett)
A Song for Kate (Bevan Baker)
A Song for St Cecilia's Day, Op 119 (Gardner)
A song for the Lord Mayor's table (Walton)
A song for the morning (Lloyd Webber)
A Song of Battle
A Song of Enchantment
A Song of Freedom
A Song of Shadows, Op 15 No 3 (Gibbs)
A Song of Sleep (Somerset)
A song of thanksgiving (Vaughan Williams)
A Song of Trust
A song without words, Op 13 No 1 (Sammons)
A Spanish Carol (Anon/Carter)
A Spanish Liederbooklet (Weir)
A Spinning Song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
A spirit passed before my face
A spotless rose
A Spotless Rose
A spotless rose (Ledger)
A Spousal verse (Fox)
A Spring Garland, Op 84 (Gibbs)
A star looks down at me
A Style of Loving
A subaltern's love song
A summer day
A swell within her billowed skirts
A thanksgiving
A Thanksgiving (Chilcott)
A thing of beauty
A Thirteenth-century Love Lilt (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
A Thousand Years (Pitts)
A time there was — as one may guess
A time there was—as one may guess
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A very handsome gentleman
A view through an open door (Stapleton)
A Village Romeo and Juliet (Delius)
A Virgin most pure (Anon/Cleobury)
A virgin shall conceive
A vision of aeroplanes (Vaughan Williams)
A voice in the wilderness, Op 77 (Elgar)
A weather cock
A Wedding Anthem 'Amo ergo sum', Op 46 (Britten)
A Welcome Song
A widow bird sate mourning (Lehmann)
A wind is brushing down the clover
A wind sways the pines
A word on my ear (Flanders/Swann)
A young Austrian went yodelling (Anon/Doughty)
A young maid stood in her father's garden (Anon/Hughes)
A Young Man's Exhortation
A.M.D.G. (Britten)
Abel Wright
Abend, D645 (Schubert/Brown)
Aberystwyth 'Variations'
Abide with me
Abide with me
Abide with me
Abide with me
Abide with me – Eventide (Monk/Archer)
Abide with me – Eventide (Monk/Cleobury)
Abide with me – Eventide (Monk/Scott)
Abide with me – Eventide (Monk/Willcocks)
Abraham, my servant, Abraham
Abroad as I was walking, one evening in the spring
Absolon, my son (Rathbone)
Absolved in the mirror
Academic Festival Overture, Op 80 (Brahms/Lemare)
Ach bleib' bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV649 (Bach/Vaughan Williams)
Ach, I dunno (French)
Ach, neige
Acorn and willow
Across
Across the plain
Adagio
Adagio for Strings, Op 11 (Barber/Strickland)
Adagio in E major
Adagio in G minor (Albinoni/Giazotto/Bullard)
Adagio mesto, Espressivo, Crescendo, Calmato, Adagio tranquillo …
Adam lay ybounden (Ledger)
Adam lay ybounden (Martin)
Adam lay ybounden (Ord)
Adam lay ybounden (Warlock)
Adam Shet Enosh
Addenda to The Laws of Cricket
Adeste fideles (Wade/Gant)
Adeste fideles (Wade/Hill)
Adeste fideles (Wade/Rutter/Willcocks)
Adeste fideles (Wade/Willcocks)
Adieu, farewell earth's bliss!
Adieu, Madame, my mother dear, but and my sisters three, O!
Adoration (Bridge)
Adoro te (Pitts)
Advent Antiphon (MacMillan)
Advent Antiphons (Chilcott)
Advent prose (Weir)
Aeterna caeli gloria (Jackson)
African Hymn and Dance (Walker)
After
After a few short bars
After a long lab'ring in the windy ways
After many a dusty mile
After the blast of lighting from the East
After the Mass (Anon/Duhig)
After the rain (Hawes)
After this it was noised abroad
After Virtue (MacMillan)
After you've gone (Creamer/Layton/Thornton)
After-dance 'Proper Exercise'
Aftertones (Matthews)
Afton water
Aggiacciato tremar trà nevi algenti
Agios o Theos
Agnus Dei
Agnus Dei
Agnus Dei –
Agnus Dei (Kellam)
Ah! Sun-flower!
Ah! Thetis, mother, goddess, why come from the sea?
Ah, how sweet it is to love
Ah, moon of my delight (Lehmann)
Ah, Sun-flower
Ah, Sun-flower
Aignish on the machair (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Aileen Aroon (Anon/Cunningham)
Ailein Duinn 'A Harris Love Lament' (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Air 1: Gentle interweaving
Air and Dance (Delius/Grainger)
Air and Variations for clarinet and piano (Lloyd Webber)
Air de Ballet, Op 17 No 2 (Sammons)
Air falalalo (Anon/Roberton)
Air Waltz (Davis)
Air, Berceuse and Procession (Sumsion)
Airborne Dances (Davis)
Airplane Cantata (Jackson)
Aka tombo (Anon/Chilcott)
Akhmatova Songs (Tavener)
Al Borromeino, Sonetto
Alas Fra Giacomo too late! But follow me
Alas, my love, ye do me wrong
Alas, my love, you do me wrong
Album leaf, Op 22 (Matthay)
Albumleaf (Bowen)
Alceste (Lully/King)
Algal Bloom
Alice alone
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Todd)
Alister McAlpine's lament (Vaughan Williams)
All along the garden where the moonbeams glance
All and some (Byrt)
All and some (Thurlow)
All appeared New
All bells in paradise (Rutter)
All creatures of our God and King
All creatures of our God and King (Anon/Rutter)
All down Piccadilly
All faces shall gather blackness
All for love of one
All I want for Christmas is you (Carey/Afanasieff/Parry)
All in a garden green
All in the April evening (Roberton)
All Kings, and all their favourites
All my hope on God is founded
All my hope on God is founded
All my hope on God is founded – Michael (Howells)
All night the fierce wind blew
All night under the moon (Bainton)
All night under the moon (Gurney)
All people that on earth do dwell
All people that on earth do dwell
All people that on earth do dwell – Old Hundredth (Vaughan Williams)
All shall be well
All shod with steel
All the ends of the earth (Weir)
All the things you are (Kern/Chilcott)
All these dismal looks and fretting
All things bright and beautiful (Anon/Rutter)
All things pass
All things that we clasp and cherish (Bridge)
All this time (Walton)
All through the night (Anon/Roberton)
All through the night there's a little brown bird singing
All wisdom is from the Lord, Op 88 No 3 (Mathias)
All women born are so perverse
All ye woods and trees and bowers
Allegretto, Op 105 (Bowen)
Allegro appassionato (Bridge)
Allegro de concert (Bowen)
Allegro spiritoso (Senaillé/Perkins)
Alleluia
Alleluia
Alleluia!
Alleluia, amen (Leighton)
Alleluia, laudate pueri Dominum (Jackson)
Alleluia, Theos Erastos
Alleluia, ZS14 (Weldon/Purcell/Britten)
Alleluia. I sing the birth
Alleluia. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?
Alleluya, a new work is come on hand
Alleluya, a new Work is come on Hand
Alleluya, sing to Jesus
Alleluya. And while they looked steadfastly toward heaven
Alleluyas (Preston)
Alma redemptoris mater (Northcott)
Almayne, Op 71 (Gibbs)
Almighty God, Father of Heaven
Almighty God, in whom we live and move
Almond, wild almond (Peel)
Alone to sacrifice Thou goest Lord
Along the field
Along the field as we came by
Alpha & Omega (MacMillan)
Alphabicycle order (Matthews)
Alphorn, TrV64 (Strauss/Bliss/Glynn)
Alpine Pastures (Ellis/Torch)
Als ihr Geliebter schied
Amabel
Amal
Amang the trees (Scott)
Amarilli mia bella (Caccini/Lawrence-King)
Amazing Grace
Amazing grace (Anon/Forbes L'Estrange)
Amazing grace (Anon/Rutter)
Amen (Pitts)
Amen, amen, I say unto you
A-moaning thou, my own dear one
Among angels (Todd)
Among the leaves the small birds sing
Amor, Amor, Amor (Ruiz/Palmer)
Amore langueo (Pott)
An acre of land (Vaughan Williams)
An airmail letter from Mozart (Dove)
An apprentice angel (Scott)
An aside
An autumn meditation
An empty book is like an Infant’s Soul
An English Day-Book (Poston)
An English Mass (Howells)
An Epitaph (Gurney)
An Epithalamium (Wedding Song)
An Eriskay love lilt (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
An Eriskay Love Lilt (Anon/Roberton)
An Eriskay Lullaby (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
An imperial elegy
An invite to eternity
An invite to eternity (Swann)
An Irish Blessing (L'Estrange)
An Irish Idyll in Six Miniatures, Op 77 (Stanford)
An Irish Melody 'The Londonderry Air' (Bridge)
An island sheiling song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
An Occasional Trumpet Voluntary (Gowers)
An ode of the birth of our Saviour
An Òg-Mhadainn (Sweeney)
An ordinary Tuesday (Sheppard)
An Orkney wedding, with sunrise (Maxwell Davies)
An oyster
An rosen wyn (Anon/Monks)
And
And as they spake
And can the physician make sick men well?
And did those feet in ancient time
And did those feet in ancient time
And did those feet in ancient time
And every nymph of stream and spreading tree
And every stone shall cry (Chilcott)
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes
And I saw a new heaven (Bainton)
And I saw another angel
And it came to pass
And it was so, that the Lord turned the captivity of Job (Narrator)
And lo, the angel of the Lord (MacMillan)
And must I then, indeed, Pain, live with you
And O, ye Fountains, Meadows, Hills, and Groves
And old Silenus, shaking a green stick
And straightway Jesus constrained
And suddenly there came from heaven
And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam
And the Lord said to Satan (Narrator/Chorus/Satan)
And then she called out of the hollow turrets
And there came a messenger to Job, and said (Narrator/Shepherd Boy/Job/Satan/Chorus)
And there went out another horse that was red
And very early in the morning
And when the day of Pentecost
And wilt thou leave me thus? (Warlock)
And yet I love her till I die
Andalucia Suite (Lecuona/Nash)
Andalucia Suite (Lecuona/Palmer)
Andante
Andante and variations in G major, K501 (Mozart/Nield)
Andante lento
Andantino in D flat 'Moonlight and Roses'
Andantino, Op 21 No 2a (Berkeley)
Andrew Turner
Andy Flower Duet (Delibes/Stilgoe)
Angel
Angel Song II (Todd)
Angel spirits of sleep
Angel spirits of sleep (Bainton)
Angel Tidings (Rutter)
Angeli, archangeli (Jackson)
Angels' Carol (Rutter)
Angels from the realms of glory (Anon/Jacques)
Angels from the realms of glory (Anon/Shaw)
Angels from the realms of glory (Smart/Cullen)
Angels of the mind (Bliss)
Angels we have heard on high (Anon/Rutter)
Angelus ad virginem (Anon/Willcocks)
Angelus, Op 56 (Elgar)
Angel-voices ever singing
Animal Parade (Farrington)
Anna bheag 'Wee Anna' (Anon/Jackson/Mackenzie)
Anno (Davis)
Anno Epilogue (Davis)
Ann's cradle song, Op 20 No 1 (Gibbs)
Annunciation (Tavener)
Anon in love (Walton)
Another golden afternoon
Another photograph to put on a shelf
Antiphon
Antiphon (Britten)
Antiphon (Howells)
Antiphon (Walton)
Antique: Allegretto, un poco mosso
anyone live in a pretty how town (Hughes)
Anyone lived in a pretty how town
Anything goes (Porter/Burton)
Apocalyptic primordial call
Apollyon
Apple Blossom
Approach-Recession
Après un rêve, Op 7 No 1 (Fauré/Isserlis)
April come she will (Simon/Lawson)
Ar hyd y nos 'All through the night' (Anon/Drake)
Arab Love Song, Op 25 No 4 (Quilter)
Arabesque, Op 20 No 1 (Bowen)
Arabesques
Arabesques, Op 47 (Reizenstein)
Arabia (Browne)
Araby, Op 20 No 2 (Gibbs)
Arcades (Swann)
Arcadiana (Adès)
Arched bridge
Arco (Davis)
Are you going? for piano triet (Pitts)
Arethusa, who, flying from the love of Alpheus the river god, was turned into a fountain
Arise! arise! arise!
Arise, O God
Arise, shine (Rutter)
Armed response unit (Murcott)
Armida's garden (Parry)
Around three corners (Panufnik)
Arrirang (Anon/Chilcott)
Arrogant poppies (Gibbs)
Art thou poor, yet hast thou golden slumbers?
Artemis and Orion (Sheppard)
As a buyer for a firm that deals in ladies’ fur coats
As dew in Aprille
As dew in Aprylle (Warlock)
As down by the shore I wander early at morn
As ever I saw (Warlock)
As father Adam first was fool'd
As he was a-riding and a-riding one day
As I came by Blaweary
As I came through Sandgate
As I lay in the early sun, Op 13b No 3 (Finzi)
As I rode down to Yarmouth Fair
As I sat down by Saddle Stream
As I sat on a sunny bank
As I walked down the road at set of sun
As I walked down the road at set of sun
As I walked out one evening (Lutyens)
As I walked out one morning
As I walked over London Bridge
As I walked through the wildness of this world I lighted on a certain place
As I was a-walking one morning in May
As I was crossing Tanner's Hill
As I was lying on Black Stitchel
As I was walking all alane
As I went down to Taunton Town
As I went out one May morning
As I went out one May morning
As I went up a woodland walk
As if
As it is, plenty
As one who has slept (Tavener)
As sweet Polly Oliver lay musing in bed
As the angels stood
As the apple tree (Walker)
As the bridegroom to his chosen (Rutter)
as the soldier and the sailor was a-walking one day
As torrents in summer
As truly as God is our Father (Mathias)
As with gladness, men of old
Ascension (Hawes)
Ashes Dance Back (Harvey)
Ask me why I send you here
Asleep! O sleep a little while, white pearl!
Assemble, all ye maidens
Assez vu. La vision s’est rencontrée à tous les airs
Asturiana
Asyla, Op 17 (Adès)
At a lunar eclipse
At day-close in November
At fall of glowing summer day
At last (Gordon/L'Estrange)
At last I put off love, for twice ten years
At last things came to an hubbub and great stir in the fair
At Middle-Field Gate in February
At midnight, Op 28 No 2 (Venables)
At nine in the morning there passed a church
At sea
At The Fox Inn
At the last, tenderly
At the manger Mary sings (Lack)
At the mid hour of night (Anon/Britten)
At the railway station, Upway 'The convict and the boy with the violin'
At the round earth's imagined corners
At the round earth's imagined corners (Burgon)
At the round earth's imagined corners (Saxton)
At the round earth's imagined corners, blew
At the window (Bliss)
Aubade
Aubade héroïque (Lambert)
Aubade, Op 4 (Sammons)
Audiotectonics III (Fairclough)
Auf dem Wasser zu singen
Auftritt des Cléonte
Aurum
Aus deinen Augen fliessen meine Lieder (Delius)
Autumn
Autumn
Autumn
Autumn
Autumn (Bridge)
Autumn (Herbert)
Autumn Evening
Autumn hath all the Summer's fruitful treasure
Autumn twilight (Warlock)
Autumnal
Auvergnat (Bliss)
Avalon (Jolson/DeSylva/Rose/Thornton)
Avaunt from us, false Bumble Bee
Ave Maria
Ave Maria (Gounod/Mawby)
Ave Maria (Jackson)
Ave Maria (Lamb)
Ave Maria (Lindley)
Ave Maria (O'Regan)
Ave Maria (Rutter)
Ave Maria (Schubert/Thomas)
Ave Maria, H49 (Holst)
Ave Maria, Op 2 No 2 (Elgar)
Ave Maria, virgo virginum (Anon/Wishart)
Ave maris stella
Ave maris stella (MacMillan)
Ave maris stella, Op 2 No 3 (Elgar)
Ave Mary! – Look down, O Queen, on thy children lowly bending
Ave regina caelorum (Jackson)
Ave Rex, Op 45 (Mathias)
Ave verum corpus (Bingham)
Ave verum corpus (Mathias)
Ave verum corpus (Mawby)
Ave verum corpus (O'Neill)
Ave verum corpus (Todd)
Ave verum corpus, Op 2 No 1 (Elgar)
Avenging and bright (Anon/Britten)
Awake
Awake Sweet Love (Dowland/Denoth)
Awake thou that sleepest
Awake, glad heart!
Awake, my soul
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Archer)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Cullen)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Hawkesworth)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Llewellyn)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Moore)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Murray/Gant)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Rutter)
Away in a manger – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Willcocks)
Away in a manger (Anon/Jacques)
Away in a manger (Bishop/Gant)
Away in a manger (Murray/Rutter)
Away in a manger, no crib for a bed
Away in a manger, no crib for a bed
Away in a manger, no crib for a bed – Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Clements)
Away vain world
Away with the music of Broadway
Ay waukin, O (Scott)
Aye, my lad, I've borne my creel
Aylesbury Games (Boughton)
B for Barney (Anon/Hughes)
B.G.N. (Andante)
Ba mo leanabh 'O my baby' (Anon/Jackson/Mackenzie)
Babes in Toyland (Herbert/Langey)
Baby
Baby, baby dear
Bacchanalia of John of Kronstadt and Paraskeva Piatnitsa
Bacchus, at whose feast is heard the noise of gaggling women's tattling tongues and shouting out of boys
Bacchus, young Bacchus! good or ill betide
Bach goes to town 'Prelude and Fugue in swing' (Templeton)
Bachbeat (Shlomo/Swingle)
Bagatelle (Ireland)
Bagatelle, Op 3 (Sammons)
Bagatelles (Rawsthorne)
Bahnhofstrasse (Orr)
Bal masqué
Ballabile
Ballad
Ballad of green Broom
Ballad of the army carts
Ballade in C minor, Op 73 (Coleridge-Taylor)
Ballade No 2, Op 87 (Bowen)
Ballade: Moderato, ma sempre a piacere
Ballata and Ballabile, Op 160 (Stanford)
Ballerina (Ireland)
Ballet of the unhatched chicks
Balulalow
Balulalow (Gardner)
Balulalow (Maw)
Balulalow (Pott)
Balulalow (Warlock)
Banquet fugue
Barbara Allen (Anon/Quilter)
Barbara’s jig – Kenny MacDonald’s jig – Joseph MacDonald’s jig (Anon/Johnstone/MacDonald)
Barcarola: Lento
Barcarolle: Andante languido
Barefoot I went and made no sound
Barrel Organ Monkey: Presto
Barwick Green
Bash peace (Bedford)
Bassedance 'En vray amoure a 4, a 6' (Henry VIII/McGowan)
Bassoon Concerto '2004 revised version' (Frost)
Bassoon Sonata in F (Hurlstone)
Batalla de octavo tono (Ximénez/Roberts)
Batter my heart three person'd God; for, you
Be an egg donor
Be contented, O my soul
Be merciful unto me, O God, for man goeth about to devour me
Be near me when my light is low
Be slowly lifted up, thou long black arm
Be still, for the presence of the Lord (Evans)
Be still, my sweet sweeting, no longer do cry
Be thou my judge, O Lord, for I have walked innocently
Be thou my vision (Rutter)
Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart
Be thou the physician of thy servants
Be with me Lord
Beach
Beachcomber (Richardson)
Beasts of the Land!
Beat! beat! drums! –
Beati quorum via
Beatitudes of St Isaac the Syrian
Beatus auctor saeculi (O'Regan)
Beautiful bountiful Bertie
Beautiful must be the mountains whence ye come
Beautiful up from the deeps of the solemn sea
Because I liked you better
Because I liked you better
Because I liked you better
Beckon to me to come
Bed in summer (Ireland)
Bed-time
Beethoven Parody 'And the same to you' (Moore)
Before Abraham was, I AM
Before action
Before and After Summer, Op 16 (Finzi)
Before life and after
Before life and after
Before Sleep
Before sleep
Begin the Beguine (Porter/L'Estrange)
Begin the Beguine (Porter/Palmer)
Behind the lines (Coles)
Behind the lines (Coles/Brabbins)
Behold a pale horse
Behold, a silly tender babe
Behold, how good and joyful a thing it is
Behold, how good and joyful a thing it is (Vann)
Behold, I send my messenger
Behold, O God our defender (Howells)
Behold, O God our defender (Scott)
Behold, the tabernacle of God (Rutter)
Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men
Being beauteous: Lento ma comodo
Being young and green
Believe in life
Bells
Bells across the meadows (Ketèlbey)
Belmont (Anon/Roberton)
Beloved
Below thir stanes lie Jamie's banes
Benbecula Bridal Procession (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Beneath a knap where flown
Beneath my palm tree, by the river side
Beneath the spreading wings of evening
Beneath these alien stars (Bingham)
Benedicamus Domino (Warlock)
Benedicimus Deum caeli (MacMillan)
Benedicite, omnia opera (Archer)
Benedictus
Benedictus
Benedictus
Benedictus
Benedictus
Benedictus Deus (MacMillan)
Benedictus, Op 37 No 3 (Mackenzie)
Benjamin Zander's introductory remarks (Zander)
Berceuse (Ireland)
Berceuse, Op 6 (Sammons)
Berceuse, Op 83 (Bowen)
Bessie Bell and Mary Gray
Betelgeuse
Betelgeuse
Bethlehem (Boughton)
Bethlehem Down (Warlock)
Bethlehem Down (Warlock/Hill)
Between (Jack)
Between your sheets you soundly sleep
Betwixt (Jack)
Bewitched, bothered and bewildered (Rodgers/L'Estrange)
Beyond the bar of fair Manaar
Beyond the sea (Trenet/L'Estrange)
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op 113 (Stanford)
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op 113 (Stanford)
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op 113 (Stanford)
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op 113 (Stanford)
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op 113 (Stanford)
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op 113 (Stanford)
Big Ben Blues (Norris)
Bilbo’s last song
Binsey poplars
Bird of Love Divine (Wood)
Bird Scarer's Song (Anon/Britten)
Bird Scarer's Song (Anon/Britten/Matthews)
Bird Songs at Eventide (Coates)
Birds at the Fairy Fulling (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Birdsong (Ashton)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday madrigals (Rutter)
Birthday Sleep (Tavener)
Birthday Song for Erwin (Britten)
Black and Blue (Jack)
Black Day
Black is the color (Anon/Chilcott)
Black Mrs Behemoth
Black Stitchel (Gurney)
Blackberry time
Blackmwore by the Stour (Vaughan Williams)
Blah blah blah (Gershwin/Vignoles)
Blaweary (Gurney)
Bless the Lord, O my soul (Dove)
Bless this House (Brahe)
Blessed are all they that fear the Lord
Blessed are the poor in spirit
Blessed are the pure in heart (Davies)
Blessed be he that taketh their children
Blessed be that Lady bright
Blessed be that maid Mary (Anon/Willcocks)
Blessed be the Lord God of Israel
Blessed be the Lord God of Israel
Blessed city, heavenly Salem (Bairstow)
Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord
Blessed is the man that hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly
Blessèd Jesu! here we stand (Popplewell)
Blest pair of sirens (Parry/Cook)
Bleu Céleste (Jack)
Blow away the morning dew (Anon/Langford)
Blow high, blow low
Blow up the trumpet in the new moon
Blow, blow, thou winter wind
Blow, blow, thou winter wind
Blow, blow, thou winter wind (Bridge)
Blue water … a clear moon
Blush, wretched man, blush!
Bobby Shafto
Bogle move (Prokofiev)
Bohemesque (Wolstenholme)
Bolero (Bowen)
Boléro (Ravel/Bullard)
Bonie Wee Thing (Johnston)
Bonnie James Campbell
Bonnie wee thing (Anon/Davie)
Bonnie wee thing (Lehmann)
Bonny at morn (Anon/Perkins)
Bonny at morn 'with guitar' (Anon/Britten)
Bonny at morn 'with harp' (Anon/Britten)
Boris Pasternak
Born in a stable so bare
Born on a new day (David/Knight)
Born upon an angel's breast
Botany Bay (Anon/Rice)
Bourrée, Op 12 (Sammons)
Bowered on sloping hillsides rise
Boy, what love has done to me! (Gershwin/Connolly)
Boyhood's End (Tippett)
Brahms, Op 21 (Adès)
Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F major, BWV1047 (Bach/Goossens)
Brawles
Bread and cherries (Gurney)
Break, break, break
Breathe Freely (Wagstaff)
Breathe no more
Bredon Hill
Bredon Hill and other songs (Butterworth)
Bridal Song
Bridge of sighs
Brigg Fair 'An English Rhapsody' (Delius)
Bright babe, whose awful beauties make
Bright is the ring of words
Bright is the ring of words
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning
Bring me a ball that's really old
Bring me the sunset in a cup
Bring rest, sweet dreaming child (O'Regan)
Bring unto the Lord, O ye mighty, bring young rams unto the Lord
Bring us in good ale, H131 (Holst)
Bring us, O Lord (MacMillan)
Bring us, O Lord God (Harris)
Britannia 'A Nautical Overture', Op 52 (Mackenzie)
Brittany, Op 21 No 1 (Farrar)
Brother Heinrich and the new carol
Brouillards: Modéré
Brown is my love
Brown leather sofa (Chadburn)
Brush up your Shakespeare (Porter/Burton)
Brussels Fanfare (Patterson)
Bruyères: Calme
Budmouth Dears
Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn 'Watching the Wheat' (Anon/Britten)
Bugles sang, saddening the evening air
Burd Ellen and young Tamlane
Burgos
Burns 'Second Scotch Rhapsody', Op 24 (Mackenzie)
Bushes and briars (Vaughan Williams)
Business Girls (Dring)
Busy, curious, thirsty fly!
But for those first affections
But have been found again (Burgon)
But he that over-rules all things so wrought it about that Christian for that time escaped his tormentors
But leave it now, leave it; as you left
But now my soul is poured out upon me (Job)
But peaceful was the night
But put forth Thine hand now (Satan/Narrator/Chorus)
But we, with our dreaming
But when Thou joinest with the Nine
Butterflea
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Dreams based on Chuang (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Butterfly Song from Acoman India (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Buson (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Issa (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku by Kokku (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. Haiku, anon (Tavener)
Butterfly Dreams. The Butterfly by Pavel Friedmann (Tavener)
By a bierside (Gibbs)
By a bierside (Gurney)
By a bierside (Gurney/Howells)
By a fountainside
By a wall the stranger now calls his
By and by
By cool Siloam
By myself walking
By Strauss (Gershwin/Bennett)
By the lake
By the Rio Grande they dance no sarabande
By the sea
By the sleepy lagoon (Coates)
By the time (Mika/Lawson)
By the waters of Babylon we sat down and wept
By the willows of the Eastern Gate
By yon bonny banks and yon bonny braes
Bydlo 'A Polish Ox-cart'
C.A.E. (L'istesso tempo)
Ca' the yowes (Anon/Britten)
Ca' the yowes (Anon/Liddell)
Ca' the yowes (Anon/MacLean/Bateman)
Ca' the yowes (Anon/Vaughan Williams)
Cabbages, Cabeans and Carrots (Stanley/Allen)
Caelos ascendit hodie
Caledonia (MacLean/Logan)
Caleno custure me (Anon/Plant)
Call me maybe (Jepsen/Rex)
Call off your eyes from care
Calling all workers (Coates)
Came the great popinjay
Camel Caravan
Cameron's Lament 'Christmas version' (Hewitt Jones)
Can I forget you, or will my heart remind me? (Kern/Chilcott)
Can I see another's woe
Can ye no' hush yer weepin', O?
Can you recall, dear comrade, when we tramped God's land together
Canción
Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito
Canción de la luna (Roth)
Canciones de clarines (Anon/Roberts)
canciones negras (Montsalvatge/See-Schierenberg)
Candlelight Carol (Rutter)
Caneuon Cymru (Petrie)
Canon ad honorem Igor Stravinsky (Maxwell Davies/Knussen)
Canon in memoriam Igor Stravinsky (Maxwell Davies)
Canope: Très calme et doucement triste
Cantate Domino
Cantate Domino
Cantate Domino
Cantate Domino (Hawes)
Cantemus
Canticle I 'My beloved is mine and I am his', Op 40 (Britten)
Canticle II 'Abraham and Isaac', Op 51 (Britten)
Canticle III 'Still falls the Rain', Op 55 (Britten)
Canticle IV 'The Journey of the Magi', Op 86 (Britten)
Canticle of Zachariah (MacMillan)
Canticle V 'The Death of Saint Narcissus', Op 89 (Britten)
Cantico del Sole (Walton)
Cantigas de amigo (Codax/Lawrence-King)
Canto primo: Sostenuto e largamente
Canto: Con moto
Canzona for brass (Simpson)
Canzonetta, Op 20 (Sammons)
Caoine 'A Lament'
Capriccio
Capriccio. Allegretto 'To Dolly'
Caprice No 24 (Paganini/Skip Martin/Thornton)
Capriol (Warlock)
Capriol (Warlock/Herrick)
Captain Digorie Piper's Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
Captured (Parker)
Carbon copy (Burgess/Fairclough)
Care charminge sleepe (O'Regan)
Carillon (Mathias)
Carillon, Op 75 (Elgar)
Carissima (Elgar)
Caristiona (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Caristiona (Bantock)
Cariwch, medd Dafydd, Fy nhelun i mi 'Bring me my harp'
Carmen Paschale (Birtwistle)
Carol
Carol
Carol of the bells (Wilhousky/Roberts)
Carol of the Children (Rutter)
Carol of the Magi (Rutter)
Carriage and Pair (Frankel)
Carry her over the water
Castell Dolbadarn (Metcalf)
Castellain sunshine (Joseph)
Catacombae: Sepulchrum Romanum 'Con mortuis in lingua mortua'
Catch a falling star (Chilcott)
Cathleen ni Houlihan (Gurney)
Cavalcade of youth (Beaver)
Cavatina (Ireland)
Cavatina and Scherzino
Ce qu'a vu le vent d'ouest: Animé et tumultueux
Ce sont des villes!
Cecilia Virgo (Jackson)
Cecilia Virgo (MacMillan)
Celebra il Vilanel con balli e Canti Del felice
Celebration
Célébrons la naissance (Tabourot/Warlock/Gant)
Celemene
Cello Concerto (Walton)
Cello Concerto in D minor (Stanford)
Cello Concerto in E minor, Op 85 (Elgar)
Cello Concerto in G minor, Op 32 (Dietrich/Grützmacher)
Cello Sonata (Bridge)
Cello Sonata No 2 in F major, Op 123 (Saint-Saëns/Freeman-Attwood)
Cello Suite No 1, Op 72 (Britten)
Cello Suite No 2, Op 80 (Britten)
Cello Suite No 3, Op 87 (Britten)
Cello Suite No 6 in D major, BWV1012 (Bach/Fryer)
Cello Suite No 6 in D major, BWV1012 (Bach/Fryer/Pienaar)
Cerulean
Chaidh mi’n traigh a déanamh Maoraich – Co bheir mi leam 'I went to the beach to collect shellfish – Who shall I take with me?' (Anon/Jackson/Mackenzie)
Chain of command (Fitkin)
Chalk Farm to Camberwell Green (Monckton)
Chamber Music V (Britten)
Changed (MacMillan)
Changes for 20 nifty fingers (Pitts)
Channel Firing
Chanson d'Automne
Chanson d'automne (Delius)
Chanson de matin, Op 15 No 2 (Elgar)
Chant (Tavener)
Charles Augustus Fortescue. who always did what was right, and so accumulated an immense fortune (Lehmann)
Charles Hazlewood explores the life and music of William Byrd (Hazlewood)
Charles's study
Charm
Charming weather
Cheap Attraction (Jack)
Checkmate. Ballet Suite (Bliss)
Cheek to cheek (Berlin/L'Estrange)
Cherry Ripe (Bridge)
Cherry Ripe (Scott)
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Chichester Service (Walton)
Chieftain of Tyrconnell (Stanford)
Child of the stable's secret birth (Hewitt Jones)
Childhood
Childhood among the Ferns
Children's Corner, L119 (Debussy/Manson)
Chinese Gardens (Roth)
Chopcherry (Warlock)
Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten)
Choral dances from Gloriana, 1954 version (Britten/Barley)
Choral dances from Gloriana, 1967 version (Britten)
Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda. Group 3, H99 Op 26 No 3 (Holst)
Choral Symphony (Jackson)
Choral Symphony No 1, H155 Op 41 (Holst)
Chorale after an old French Carol (Britten)
Chorale from a Toy Shop '2016 version for strings' (Birtwistle)
Chorale from a Toy Shop '2016 version for winds' (Birtwistle)
Chorale Prelude on 'Down Ampney' (Sumsion)
Chorale Prelude on Rockingham (Leighton)
Chorale-Coda
Chosen (MacMillan)
Chosen Tune
Christ be with me, Christ within me
Christ in his Passion
Christ is made the sure foundation
Christ is made the sure foundation
Christ is made the sure foundation
Christ is made the sure foundation – Westminster Abbey (Purcell/Cullen)
Christ is made the sure foundation – Westminster Abbey (Purcell/Robinson)
Christ is made the sure foundation – Westminster Abbey (Purcell/Rutter)
Christ is the morning star (Rutter)
Christ our passover is sacrificed for us (Scott)
Christ the Lord is risen again (Rutter)
Christ the Lord is risen today (Anon/Rutter)
Christ triumphant, ever reigning
Christ, my beloved
Christe redemptor omnium (Anon/Martin)
Christians, awake, salute the happy morn
Christians, awake, salute the happy morn
Christians, awake, salute the happy morn – Yorkshire 'Stockport' (Wainwright/Battiwalla)
Christians, awake, salute the happy morn – Yorkshire 'Stockport' (Wainwright/Cleobury)
Christmas cards (Parry)
Christmas Carol (Davies)
Christmas Carol Fantasy (Anon/Campbell)
Christmas Dance
Christmas Eve (Davies)
Christmas Eve, and twelve of the clock
Christmas hath a darkness
Christmas Lullaby (Rutter)
Christmas morning
Christmas night (Anon/Rutter)
Christmas on the beach at Waikiki (Keen/Green)
Christmas Party (Hewitt Jones)
Christmas Past (Bingham)
Christmas spirit (Curtis)
Christmas trees and boughs of holly
Christmas trees and boughs of holly
Christ's Love (Burgon)
Christ's Nativity (Britten)
Christ's Nativity (Britten)
Christ's Nativity (Britten)
Christ's Nativity (Britten)
Christus (Bantock)
Christus (Pott)
Christus est stella matutina (Todd)
Christus vincit (MacMillan)
Christus vincit, Christus regnat, Christus imperat
Ciaccona: Allegro
Cielito Lindo (Santos/Palmer)
Circles of motion
Clarinet Concerto (Blake)
Clarinet Concerto in A minor, Op 80 (Stanford)
Clarinet Concerto No 1, Op 20 (Arnold)
Clarinet Concerto No 2, Op 115 (Arnold)
Clarinet Quintet (Cooke)
Clarinet Quintet (Maconchy)
Clarinet Quintet in F sharp minor, Op 10 (Coleridge-Taylor)
Clarinet Quintet in G major (Somervell)
Clarinet Quintet in G minor (Jacob)
Clarinet Quintet, Op 28 (Frankel)
Clarinet Sonata (Bax)
Clarinet Sonatina, Op 29 (Arnold)
Clear in the darkness a light shines in Bethlehem
Clear sight shall never man have
Climb ev'ry mountain (Rodgers/Lumsden)
Close now thine eyes and rest secure
Closely let me hold thy hand
Closing speech (Hess)
Clothes make no sound when I tread ground
Cloud, if as thou dost melt
Cluckwork
Clun
Cockaigne 'In London Town', Op 40 (Elgar)
Cold is the air
Colimaçon (O'Regan)
Collegium Regale 'King's College Cambridge Service' (Howells)
Columba aspexit (O'Regan)
Come away, death
Come away, death
Come away, death
Come away, death
Come away, death (Dale)
Come away, death (Vaughan Williams)
Come down, O love divine
Come down, O Love divine (Rutter)
Come forth; for Night is falling
Come let us pity not the dead (Burgon)
Come live with me
Come love, come Lord
Come my swete, come my flower
Come rock his cradle (Knight)
Come to me in my dreams (Bridge)
Come to me in the silence of the night
Come to me in the silence of the night
Come under the shadow of this gray rock
Come unto these yellow sands
Come ye sons of Art, away, Z323 (Purcell/Britten)
Come you not from Newcastle? (Anon/Britten)
Come you, Mary, Op 21 No 2 (Farrar)
Come! give it a lift, our old-time march-song
Come, browse, my goats, Christ's manger hay
Come, come, let's away
Come, dearest heart, 'mid the flow'rs of June
Come, Holy Ghost (Harvey)
Come, let us go
Come, lovely Name
Come, my soul (Howells)
Come, my way, my truth, my life
Come, O come, my life's delight
Come, O Sabean horde! Come, and destroy! (Satan/Chorus)
Come, sleep, and with thy sweet deceiving
Come, sleep, and with thy sweet deceiving
Come, stranger sent from God!
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain
Come, ye thankful people, come
Comedy Overture (Ireland)
Comin' thro' the rye (Anon/Liddell)
Compassion
Complete Service in F (Darke)
Con amores, mi madre (Anchieta/Chilcott)
Concert Fantasia, Op 91 (Lemare)
Concert Fantasy on the tune 'Hanover', Op 4 (Lemare)
Concert Fantasy on themes from Die Fledermaus (Strauss Jr./Pavia)
Concertino for clarinet and string orchestra (Seiber)
Concertino for piano and string orchestra (Jacob)
Concertino for piano and string orchestra in E major (Milford)
Concertino for piano and string orchestra, Op 103 (Gibbs)
Concertino No 1 (Maconchy)
Concertino No 2 (Maconchy)
Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra (Cooke)
Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra (Rawsthorne)
Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra, Op 31 (Finzi)
Concerto for flute and orchestra (McCabe)
Concerto for flute and strings in D major (Boughton)
Concerto for oboe and strings No 1 in C (Boughton)
Concerto for piano and nine players (Lambert)
Concerto for string orchestra (Boughton)
Concerto for string orchestra (Howells)
Concerto for trumpet and orchestra 'From the Wreckage' (Turnage)
Concerto for violin and string orchestra (Vaughan Williams)
Concerto Grosso fatto per la notte di natale in G minor 'Christmas Concerto', Op 6 No 8 (Corelli/Eteson)
Concerto movement for basset clarinet in D major (Süssmayr/Freyhan)
Concertstück (Cowen)
Concertstück in the form of a Polonaise No 1, Op 80 (Lemare)
Concord
Concord
Concord, Concord is here
Confirma hoc, Deus
Confluence
Confutatis maledictis
Contemplation
Contemplation of the earth seen from space
Conversations (Bliss)
Cool is the autumn wind
Corde natus ex parentis 'Of the Father sole begotten' 'A Symphonic Poem', Op 27 (Pearce)
Coriolanus, Op 61 (Mackenzie)
Cornish Rhapsody (Bath)
Coronation Scot (Ellis)
Coronation Te Deum (Parry/Ives)
Coronation Te Deum (Walton)
Corpus Christi (Warlock)
Corpus Christi Carol (Bingham)
Corpus Christi Carol (Maw)
Cortège
Cosmic rising
Country dance
Country Dance
Country girls
Country life (Scott)
Court scene
Coventry Antiphon (Howells)
Coventry Carol (Anon/Shaw)
Coventry Carol (Anon/Smith)
Cowslip time
Crabbed age and youth (Dring)
Cradle Song
Cradle Song (Berkeley)
Cradle song (Bridge)
Cradle song (Herbert)
Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Lawson)
Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Nieper)
Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Short)
Cradle Song (Sammons)
Cradle song (Warlock)
Cradle Song for Eleanor (Britten)
Cradle song, Op 9 No 1 (Howells)
Creak, little wood thing, creak
Creation Symphony in C sharp minor (Wallace)
Creator of the starry height
Creator of the starry height
Creator of the stars of night (Anon/Scott)
Creator of the stars of night (Jackson)
Credo
Crépuscule
Cricket Tea Towel 'The Ins and Outs of Cricket' (Anon/The London Quartet)
Cricket Theme Medley (Anon/L'Estrange)
Crimond (Irvine/Roberton)
Crossing the Alps (Matthews)
Crossing the bar 'Sunset and evening star' (Parry)
Crowdiknowe (Scott)
Crown Imperial 'Coronation March' (Walton/Wills)
Crucifixus pro nobis, Op 38 (Leighton)
Crucifixus pro nobis, Op 38 (Leighton)
Cruckhaun Finn (Anon/Hughes)
Cruelty has a human heart
Crug-y-bar 'Fantasia: Andante sostenuto'
Cry me a river (Hamilton/L'Estrange)
Crystal points tug on million year filaments
Cuchullan's Lament
Culloden 'A country dance': Quick and merry
Cum vidisset Jesus (MacMillan)
Cupid and Venus (Scott)
Cynara (Delius)
Da ich ein Knabe war
Dadl dau (Anon/Webber)
Daffodils
Daisies are our silver
Dale and Fell (Gibbs)
Dallas Service (Howells)
Damask roses
Dance
Dance (Davis)
Dance Caprice, Op 15 (Sammons)
Dance Epilogue (Davis)
Dance Odyssey (Davis)
Dance of an ostracized imp (Curzon)
Dance of the dragonfly (Tippett)
Dance of the headman and hobby-horse
Dance of the three girls
Dance of the three-legged elephants (Joseph)
Dance of the youngest couple
Dance play (Hayes)
Dance Suite (Rawsthorne)
Dance Suite for orchestra and piano (Chisholm)
Dance there
Dance to your shadow (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Dance, clarion air (Tippett)
Dancing feet
Dancing Folk (Davis)
Dancing in the spirit (Jegede)
Dancing on the hill-tops
Dancing, bright lady, then began to be
Danger (Gibbs)
Danse des papillons
Danse macabre, Op 40 (Saint-Saëns/Lemare)
Danse nègre, Op 58 No 5 (Scott)
Danseuses de Delphes: Lent et grave
Dante
Dante and Beatrice (Bantock)
Danza de la luna (Roth)
Daphne
Darest thou now O soul
Darest thou now, O soul
Dark brown is the river, golden is the sand
Dark Iridescent
Dark is the night
Dark red roses in a honeyed wind swinging
Dark rose of my heart (Swann)
Dark, he moves from shade to sun
Das alte Jahr vergangen ist, BWV614 (Bach/Bliss)
Das Bürger als Edelmann Suite, Op 60 (Strauss/Carey)
Das klinget so herrlich, das klinget so schön
Das Menuett des Lully
Dashing away with the smoothing iron
Dass du mich liebst, Op 4 No 3 (Stanford)
Data est mihi (MacMillan)
Daugher of Zeus
David of the White Rock (Owen/Britten)
David of the White Rock (Owen/Britten/Matthews)
David's lament for Jonathan
David's lament for Jonathan (Herbert)
Dawn and evening (Bridge)
Day after day (Bridge)
Day is ended, dim my eyes
Day is the hero's shield
Daybreak and Sunrise
Days
Days
Days glowing on the outside with sunshine
De l'hôtel de la ville à la Concorde (Nyman/Garthwaite)
De profundis
De Virgin Mary (Anon/Sargent)
Dead man's dump
Dear Andy Flower
Dear dark head
Dear delight (Head)
Dear Earth, near Earth, the clay that made us men
Dear harp of my country! (Anon/Britten)
Dear hills remembered in a amist of rain
Dear Lizbie Browne
Dear Lord and Father of mankind
Dear Lord and Father of mankind
Dear Lord and Father of mankind
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton (Parry)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton (Parry/Scott)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton (Parry/Willcocks/Scott)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Parry/Chambers)
Dear thoughts are in my mind
Dear thoughts are in my mind, and my soul soars enchanted
Dear thoughts are in my mind, and my soul soars enchanted
Dear, think not that they will forget you
Dear, think not that they will forget you 'Her temple'
Dear, when I look into thine eyes (Bridge)
Dearest, it was a night
Dearly beloved (Kern/Chilcott)
Death be not proud (Burgon)
Death be not proud, though some have called thee
Death of Oneiza: Appassionato con dolore
Death on the hills, Op 72 (Elgar)
Death, I hear thy summons and I come
Death-parting
Deck the hall with boughs of holly (Anon/Langford)
Deck the hall with boughs of holly (Anon/Rutter)
Declamato: Largo
Dedication March (Lloyd Webber)
Deep in my soul
Deep in my soul (Friend/Haywood)
Deep in the cold of winter
Deep midnight
Deep midwinter, the dark centre of the year
Deep peace of the running wave to you
Deep river
Deep river
Deep river (Anon/Lawson)
Definitely disco (Poppy)
Deliver me from mine enemies, O God
Demande et réponse
Demeter, rich in fruit, and rich in grain
Demoiselle chic
Denny's daughter
Deo gracias
Départ: Largo mesto
Der alte Brummbär 'The old grumbler' 'Polka', Op 210 (Fucik/Perkins)
Der arme Irische Junge 'The poor Irish boy' (Anon/Cunningham)
Der Liebe himmlisches Gefühl, K119 (Mozart/Bliss)
Der Schmetterling ist in die Rose verliebt, Op 4 No 6 (Stanford)
Der Tag, der ist so freudenreich, BWV605 (Bach/Lambert)
Des drôles très solides
Des Menschen Seele
Des pas sur la neige: Triste et lent
Desire in Spring (Gurney)
Despite the falling snow (Sheppard)
Destiny (Baynes)
Deus in adiutorium meum … (Britten)
Deus misereatur
Deus misereatur
Deus, Deus meus
Devant une neige un Être de Beauté
Devon, O Devon, in wind and rain
Dew Point
Dhoxa
Dialogo: Allegretto
Diaphanousphere (Pankhurst)
Diaphenia (Britten)
Diaphenia (Browne)
Dido's lament (Purcell/Bullard)
Die drei Schwestern
Die Heimat
Die helle Sonne leuchtet
Die Jugend
Die Könige
Die Linien des Lebens
Die Mädchen mit den verbundenen Augen
Die Wellen blinken und fliessen dahin
Dies irae
Dies natalis, Op 8 (Finzi)
Diffodils
Ding dong! merrily on high (Anon/Llewellyn)
Ding dong! merrily on high (Anon/Rice)
Ding dong! merrily on high (Anon/Willcocks)
Diódia 'String Quartet No 3' (Tavener)
Dirge for Fidele (Vaughan Williams)
Dirge for two veterans –
Dirge in woods
Dirge: Alla marcia grave
Dishevelled and in tears, go, song of mine
Distant, a family travels
Ditty
Diversions, Op 21 (Britten)
Diversions, Op 63 (Berkeley)
Divertimento for flute, oboe and clarinet, Op 37 (Arnold)
Diverus and Lazarus, H137 (Holst)
Divided sons, fight on
Divisions on Paradetas (Ortiz/Lawrence-King)
Divisions on Spagnoletta 'Improvisation' (Mudarra/Lawrence-King)
Divisions on the Spanish Pavan 'Improvisation' (Milán/Lawrence-King)
Dixit autem Dominus ad Abram
Dóchas
Domine Jesu Christe
Domine non secundum peccata nostra (MacMillan)
Domine, Jesu Christe
Dominus dabit benignitatem (MacMillan)
Dona nobis pacem (Vaughan Williams)
Donkey Carol (Rutter)
Don't be that way – Stompin' at the Savoy (Goodman/Sampson/Thornton)
Don't ever leave me (Kern/Chilcott)
Don't fence me in (Porter/Burton)
Don't run low
Dorabella (Intermezzo: Allegretto)
Dorchester Canticles (O'Regan)
Dormi, dormi (Anon/Turner)
Dormi, Jesu (Rutter)
Dost thou not love me?
Double Bass Concerto No 2 in D major (Dittersdorf/Nwanoku)
Double Concerto in B minor (Britten)
Douze Pièces Nouvelles, Op 7 (Bonnet)
Down among the dead men (Vaughan Williams)
Down by the Salley Gardens (Anon/Hughes)
Down by the salley gardens (Gurney)
Down by the Salley Gardens my love and I did meet
Down by the sally gardens
Down by the sea lived a lonesome oyster
Down in yon forest there stands a hall
Down the ages a song has echoed
Down then came that maiden fair
Down with the rascal
Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander
Downing Service (Chilcott)
Drake he's in his hammock and a thousand miles away
Draw on, sweet night
Dream Angus (Anon/Roberton)
Dream children, Op 43 (Elgar)
Dreaming (Joyce)
Dreaming of Li Bai
Dreams all too brief
Dreams of Derry (Spicer)
Dream-Song
Dregs
Drei Kön’ge wandern aus Morgenland
Drink to me only with thine eyes (Anon/Quilter)
Drink to me only with thine eyes (Anon/Roberton)
Drinking Song
Drop down ye heavens (Lloyd)
Drop, drop slow tears
Drop, drop, slow tears
Drop, drop, slow tears
Drop, drop, slow tears
Dulcibella, when e'er I sue for a kiss, Z485 (Purcell/Britten)
Dum complerentur
Dum transisset Sabbatum (Harvey)
Duna (McGill)
Duo (Bevan Baker)
Duo for flute and viola, Op 10 (Arnold)
Duo for two cellos, Op 85 (Arnold)
During music
Dusk
Dvustishie 'Couplet'
Dweller in my deathless dreams (Bridge)
Dying
E.D.U. Finale (Allegro – Presto)
Early one morning (Anon/Britten)
Early one morning (Grainger/Tall)
Earth and Air and Rain, Op 15 (Finzi)
Earth fills her lap with pleasures of her own
Earth today rejoices, Alleluia
Earth, sweet earth … 'Laudes terra', Op 94 (Leighton)
Earth, sweet earth … 'Laudes terra', Op 94 (Leighton)
Earth, sweet earth, sweet landscape with leaves throng
Earthrise (Roth)
Earth's call 'A sylvan rhapsody' (Ireland)
Easter
Easter day was a holiday
Easter Hymn
Ebb of winter (Maxwell Davies)
Ecce beatam lucem (Dove)
Ecce lignum Crucis (Chapple)
Ecce mundi gaudium (Anon/Wishart)
Ecce puer (Chivers)
Ecce sacerdos magnus (Elgar)
Ecce sacerdos magnus (MacMillan)
Ecce venio cito (Jackson)
Echo
Echo (Somerset)
Echo Carol (Wilby)
Echoes of a Waterfall. Caprice (Thomas)
Echolalia (Leach)
Eclogue (Bevan Baker/Osborne)
Edington Service (Bingham)
Edward II (McCabe)
Edward, Edward (Gurney)
E'en as a lovely flower (Bridge)
Eho! Eho! (Anon/Britten)
Eight Poems of Li-Po (Lambert)
Eilean Shona (Holbrooke)
Ein Alphorn hör’ ich schallen
Eine Liebe im schottischen Hochlande (Lamond)
Ekha 'Echo'
El Noi de la Mare 'The Son of the Virgin' (Anon/Rutter)
El paño moruno
Elegiac Blues 'In memory of Florence Mills' (Lambert)
Elegiac Meditation, Op 83 (Milford)
Elegiac sonnet (Bliss)
Elegiac Trio (Bax)
Elegy (Coles)
Elegy (Finzi)
Elegy (Thalben-Ball)
Elegy for a lost son (Sheppard)
Elegy for James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, Op 50 (Milford)
Elegy for Lazarus
Elegy for solo viola (Britten)
Elegy: Andante appassionato
Élévation (Briggs)
Elfes
Elgar's music
Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?
Elizabethan Masque (Bayco)
Elizabethan Serenade (Binge)
Elizabethan Suite (Bartlett)
Ellie's theme (Sheppard)
Elthe to phos to alithinon
Elves, Op 17 (Matthay)
Empty vessel (Scott)
En famille
En la Macarenita (Anon/Chilcott)
Encircled (Todd)
Energy (Simpson)
English Lyrics II (Parry)
English Lyrics III (Parry)
English Lyrics III (Parry)
English Lyrics III (Parry)
English Lyrics III (Parry)
English Lyrics IV (Parry)
English Lyrics IV (Parry)
English Lyrics V (Parry)
English Lyrics V (Parry)
English Lyrics VI (Parry)
English Lyrics VI (Parry)
English Lyrics VI (Parry)
English Lyrics VII (Parry)
English Lyrics VII (Parry)
English Lyrics VII (Parry)
English Lyrics VII (Parry)
English Lyrics VII (Parry)
English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
English Lyrics VIII (Parry)
English Lyrics XI (Parry)
English May
English Motets, Op 135 (Stanford)
English Motets, Op 135 (Stanford)
English Motets, Op 135 (Stanford)
Eno sagrado en vigo
Enter Spring (Bridge)
Entflieh mit und sei mein Weib
Envoi
Envoi. Andantino 'To Dolly'
Eonia (Tavener)
Epeisodia
Epic March (Ireland)
Epigramma 'Epigram'
Epilogue
Epilogue (Davis)
Epilogue (Sheppard)
Epilogue 'Sunrise'
Epiphania
Epiphany (Bingham)
Epiphany Carol (L'Estrange)
Epitaph (Tate)
Epitaph in Old Mode (Gurney)
Epitaph on John Jayberd of Diss
Epitaph on Salathiel Pavy (Browne)
Eppur si muove for organ (Simpson)
Equals
Es dunkelt schon in der Heide (Anon/Langford)
Esta noche nace un Niño
Esta noche 'This night' (Anon/Rutter)
Estaminet de Carrefour
Estampie on 'Vide miser et iudica' (Anon/Wishart)
Esurientes
Et … (tango mortale)
Et misericordia
Et vidi angelum (Galvani)
Eternal Father
Eternal God (Rutter)
Eternity
Étude (Thomas)
Étude de concert (Hough)
Études-tableaux, Op 39 (Rachmaninov/Filsell)
Eurostar Fanfare (Patterson)
Even such is time
Even such is time (Gurney)
Even such is time (Howells)
Evening
Evening bells
Evening Canticles in D (Brewer)
Evening Hymn
Evening Hymn
Evening Hymn (Gardiner)
Evening Hymn (Leighton)
Evening Hymn, Z193 (Purcell/Britten)
Evening prayers
Evening Scene (Elgar)
Evening Service in A, Op 12 (Stanford)
Evening Service in B minor (Blair)
Evening Service in B minor, Op 6 (Noble)
Evening Service in D major (Dyson)
Evening Service in D major 'Great Service' (Parry)
Evening Service in E flat (Stanford)
Evening Service in G (Bairstow)
Evening Song
Evening Song
Evensong (Hall)
Eventide
Ever let the fancy roam
Every morning on the radio the news comes
Every Night and every Morn
every single thing sings
Every stone shall cry (Todd)
Everyone has their own magical kingdom
Everyone sang
Evil lost for ever
Ev'n like two little bank divided brooks
Ev'ry time I feel the spirit
Ev'ry time we say goodbye (Porter/Bennett)
Ev'ry time we say goodbye (Porter/Burton)
Ev'ry time we say goodbye (Porter/L'Estrange)
Ev'ry time we say goodbye (Porter/Rex)
Ex ore innocentium (Ireland)
Execution
Exhortation and Kohima (Tavener)
Exult us in your love (Todd)
Exultate Deo (Howells)
Eyeland
Eyes look into the well
Façade (Walton)
Façade. Ballet suite (Walton)
Façade. Ballet suite (Walton/Palmer)
Factus est repente (MacMillan)
Faery Flout: Allegro giocoso
Fain would I change that note
Fain would I change that note
Fain would I change that note
Faint heart in a railway train (Herbert)
Faint with love
Fair Albion (Hawes)
Fair and true (Warlock)
Fair Annet's song
Fair daffodils (Bridge)
Fair daffodils, we weep to see
Fair daffodils, we weep to see
Fair house of joy
Fair house of joy
Fair in face (Willan)
Fair is my love
Fair Lady Isobel sits in her bower sewing
Fair one, when you were here, I filled the house with flowers
Fair Summer droops, droop men and beasts therefore
Faire Daffadills, we weep to see
Faire is the heaven (Harris)
Fairest isle
Fairies' dance
Fairytale Sleighride (Saunders)
Fall, leaves, fall
Falla con misuras (Ebreo da Pesaro/Ashton)
Falstaff
Famine tracks us down the lanes
Fancie (Britten)
Fancies (Rutter)
Fancies (Rutter)
Fancies (Rutter)
Fancies (Rutter)
Fancies (Rutter)
Fancy Dress (Gibbs)
Fancy Free (Swinstead)
Fancy's Knell
Fanfare
Fanfare
Fanfare
Fanfare for a newborn child (Suckling)
Fanfare: Maestoso
Fanfares
Fanfares and Dances (Spicer)
Fantasia (Ortiz/Lawrence-King)
Fantasia 1: Clockwork 5/4
Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, BWV537 (Bach/Elgar)
Fantasia and Fugue in G major (Parry)
Fantasia and ground bass (Dyson)
Fantasia and Toccata in D minor, Op 57 (Stanford)
Fantasia for four violas, Op 41 No 1 (Bowen)
Fantasia in G major 'Pièce d'orgue', BWV572 (Bach/Bax)
Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis (Vaughan Williams)
Fantasia on a theme of Handel (Tippett)
Fantasia on Christmas Carols (Vaughan Williams)
Fantasia on 'David of the White Rock' (Thomas)
Fantasia upon a ground after Purcell (Ashton)
Fantasie Choral No 1 in D flat major (Whitlock)
Fantasie in C major, Op 17 (Schumann/Joseph James)
Fantasie Sonata in B major (Parry)
Fantastic in appearance
Fantasy
Fantasy for bassoon, Op 86 (Arnold)
Fantasy for clarinet and string quartet No 1 in G minor (Stanford)
Fantasy for clarinet and string quartet No 2 in F major (Stanford)
Fantasy for clarinet, Op 87 (Arnold)
Fantasy for flute, Op 89 (Arnold)
Fantasy for Horn Quintet in A minor (Stanford)
Fantasy for horn, Op 88 (Arnold)
Fantasy for oboe, Op 90 (Arnold)
Fantasy Trio (Lloyd Webber)
Fantasy-Pieces on the Heine 'Liederkreis' of Schumann, Op 16 (Holloway)
Far are the shades of Arabia
Far from here, away to the east
Far I hear the galloping galley
Far in a western brookland
Far in a western brookland (Moeran)
Far, far from each other (Bridge)
Fare thee well, my sun and moon light
Fare you well, my dear, I must be gone
Farewell
Farewell to old England for ever
Farewell to Stromness (Maxwell Davies/Walker)
Farewell to the feasting
Farewell! I go to sleep; but when
Farewell! I go to sleep; but when
Farewell! Shepherds all
Farewell, ghostly friend
Farewell, thou art too dear for my possessing (Parry)
Farrucca (Falla/Walker)
Fascinating rhythm (Gershwin/Chilcott)
Fast Dance
Father, hear the prayer we offer
Fear no more the heat o' the sun
Fear no more the heat o' the sun
Fear not
Fear not, O land (Elgar)
Feast
Feast Song for Saint Cecilia (Rose)
Feasting I watch
Fecit potentiam
Feel the spirit (Anon/Rutter)
Feller from Fortune (Anon/Chilcott)
Fenside
Festal Communion Service in B flat, Op 128 (Stanford)
Festival Scherzo for piano and strings (Dring)
Festival Suite, Op 97 (Milford)
Festival Te Deum in E, Op 32 (Britten)
Festival Te Deum, Op 28 (Mathias)
Feuilles mortes: Lent et mélancolique
Fiddlelicks (Davis)
Fie on sinful fantasy
Fiesta! (Farrington)
Fifine at the fair (Bantock)
Fileuse (Anon/Britten)
Filled am I with great wonderment
Final dance of homage
Finale: Night stampede
Find only joy
Finish! Finish, these Languours make me sick
Finlandia, Op 26 No 7 (Sibelius/Fricker)
Finlandia, Op 26 No 7 (Sibelius/Skinner)
Fire, fire!
Firmly I believe and truly
First love (Scott)
First sermon
First, April, she with mellow showers
Fish in river
Fish in the unruffled lakes (Britten)
Fishing by Moonlight, Op 96a (Milford)
Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
Five Am'rous Sighs (Dove)
Five Bagatelles, Op 23 (Finzi)
Five Carols (Bennett)
Five Characteristic Pieces, Op 93 (Stanford)
Five Childhood lyrics (Rutter)
Five Childhood lyrics (Rutter)
Five Childhood lyrics (Rutter)
Five colourisations of Emily Dickinson (Swann)
Five days that changed the world (Chilcott)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney/Finzi)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney/Finzi)
Five Elizabethan Songs (Gurney/Finzi)
Five English folk songs (Vaughan Williams)
Five Epigrams (Maw)
Five eyes, Op 15 No 2 or Op 9 No 3 (Gibbs)
Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Five Flower Songs, Op 47 (Britten)
Five Greek Folksongs (Bax)
Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Five Madrigals to poems by e e cummings (Edgley Smith)
Five Motets (Saxton)
Five Mystical Songs (Vaughan Williams)
Five Negro Spirituals from 'A child of our time' (Tippett)
Five Partsongs from the Greek anthology, Op 45 (Elgar)
Five Pieces (Gardiner)
Five Pieces for violin and piano, Op 84 (Arnold)
Five Poems of the Spirit (Bairstow)
Five Poems of the Spirit (Bairstow)
Five Poems of the Spirit (Bairstow)
Five Poems of the Spirit (Bairstow)
Five Poems of W H Auden, Op 53 (Berkeley)
Five Shakespeare Songs, Op 23 (Quilter)
Five Short Pieces (Tippett)
Five Short Pieces (Whitlock)
Five Songs for upper voices (Chilcott)
Five Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Five Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Five Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Five Songs to poems by Thomas Hardy (Ireland)
Five Songs, Op 14 No 3 (Berkeley)
Five Traditional Songs (Anon/Rutter)
Five Tudor Portraits. A Choral Suite in five movements (Vaughan Williams)
Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus (Vaughan Williams)
Five Waltzes (Britten)
Five XVIth-century poems (Ireland)
Five XVIth-century poems (Ireland)
Five XVIth-century poems (Ireland)
Five XVIth-century poems (Ireland)
Five XVIth-century poems (Ireland)
Flash
Flat bridge
Fleotan (Piper)
Flight
Flight (Davis)
Fling (Jack)
Flood (Howells)
Florine (Scott)
Flos Campi (Vaughan Williams)
Flow gently
Flower garland (McGarr)
Flowing from the firmament
Flute Concerto No 1, Op 45 (Arnold)
Flute Sonata, Op 121 (Arnold)
Flute Sonatina, Op 19 (Arnold)
Flux (Long)
Fly envious Time, till thou run out thy race
Fly, singing bird, fly
Flying crooked, Op 28 No 1 (Venables/Lloyd)
Flying down to Rio (Youmans/Palmer)
Folk music 'Daithi's dumka' (Cutler)
Folk song
Folk Tune
Folkish Fancy (Walker)
Fonte frida, fonte frida
Fool's Paradise (Talbot)
Footsteps (Park)
For a nation is come up
For all the Saints who from their labours rest
For all the saints who from their labours rest
For all the Saints who from their labours rest – Engelberg (Stanford)
For all the Saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine (Vaughan Williams)
For an unknown soldier (Dove)
For ever mine (Stanford)
For forty years our Nicolas
For H is a spirit and therefore he is God
For her my heart was longing
For His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts (Locke/Roberts)
For I am under the same accusation with my Saviour
For I know that Thou shalt bring me unto death (Job)
For I will consider my Cat Jeoffrey
For in the other life
For Jillian of Berry she dwells on a hill
For Life I had never cared greatly
For lo, I raise up, Op 145 (Stanford)
For Morn, my dome of blue
For peace (Todd)
For she was beautiful
For the beauty of the earth
For the beauty of the earth (Rutter)
For the fallen
For the fallen
For the fallen (Blatchly)
For the flowers are great blessings
For the fruits of his creation
For the instruments are by their rhimes
For thee I shall not die
For those men night was a more bitter day
For we are afar with the dawning
For you (Berkeley)
Foreboding
Forget you (Green/Rex)
Former Beauties
Fortune (Dowland/Denoth)
Fountain-climbing
Four American Carols (Bennett)
Four Anthems (Howells)
Four Anthems to the Blessed Virgin Mary (Howells)
Four Characteristic Pieces (Hurlstone)
Four Child Songs, Op 5 (Quilter)
Four Choral Songs, Op 53 (Elgar)
Four Choral Songs, Op 53 (Elgar)
Four Choral Songs, Op 53 (Elgar)
Four Choral Songs, Op 53 (Elgar)
Four Extemporisations (Whitlock)
Four Hymns (Vaughan Williams)
Four in the morning
Four Indian Love Lyrics (Woodforde-Finden)
Four Irish Dances (Stanford/Grainger)
Four Jolly Bowlers (The Yetties)
Four lyrics from In memoriam (Swann)
Four Old English Carols, H82 (Holst)
Four Old English Lyrics (Delius)
Four Old English Lyrics (Delius)
Four Poems of Thomas Campion (Bennett)
Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 30 (Quilter)
Four sketches (Jacob)
Four Songs for a mad sea captain, Op 111 (Gibbs)
Four Songs from the British Isles (Tippett)
Four Songs of Mirza Schaffy, Op 2 (Quilter)
Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
Four Songs, Op 14 (Quilter)
Four Studies in English Folk-song (Vaughan Williams/Stanton)
Four Verlaine Songs (Coles)
Four whispers for Archie's chair (Tippett)
Fourteen Chorale Preludes (Parry)
Foweles in the frith
Foxgloves
Fox-trot 'Old Sir Faulk'
Fra Giacomo (Coles)
Fragments from a gradual process (O'Regan)
Fragments from Hans Anderson, Op 58 (Bowen)
Frenesi (Domínguez/Palmer)
Frensham Pond 'Aquarelle' (Lloyd Webber)
Fret not thyself because of the ungodly
Friend o' mine (Sanderson)
Friendship in misfortune
Froh kehrt der Schiffer heim an den stillen Strom
Froissart, Op 19 (Elgar)
From all the jails the boys and girls
From California (Roth)
From Easter Day
From far, from eve and morning
From far, from eve and morning
From fen and meadow
From harmony, from heav'nly harmony
From Jewish Life (Bloch/Palmer)
From needing danger, to be good
From out of a wood did a cuckoo fly
From out the Queen’s Highcliffe for weeks at a stretch
From silent shades and the Elysian groves
From silent shades and the Elysian groves
From springs of bounty
From star to star, from sun and spring and leaf
From the brake the nightingale sings exulting to the rose
From the eastern mountains
From the red rose (Stanford)
From the Scottish Highlands (Coles)
From the True Edge of the Great World (Chisholm)
Frontiers (Davis)
Frosty vs. Rudolph: The Re-boot (Rollins/Marks/Rice)
Frühling, Op 4 No 4 (Stanford)
Frutti di mare
Fuga: Andante
Fuga: Andante espressivo
Fugue
Fugue (Rachmaninov/Filsell)
Full day
Full fathom five
Full fathom five
Full fathom five
Full moon
Funeral Ikos (Tavener)
Furusato (Chilcott)
G.R.S. (Allegro di molto)
Gabriel fram evene king (Anon/Wishart)
Gabriel fram evene king. Untexted realization (Anon/Wishart)
Gabriel's message (Anon/Clements)
Gabriel's message (Anon/Pettman)
Gabriel's message (Anon/Willcocks)
Gallop
Galop
Galway Bay (Colahan)
Gånglåt fran Äppelbo (Anon/Perkins)
Gardener Janus catches a naiad
Gaudeamus in loci pace (MacMillan)
Gaudeamus. Rejoice we all and praise the Lord
Gaudete (Anon/Cullen)
Gaudete (Anon/Jenkins)
Gaudete (Anon/Kay)
Gaudete (Anon/Neaum/Rutter)
Gavotte
Gavotte
Gavotte: Quasi lento
Geistliches Lied, Op 30 (Brahms/Gardiner)
Geme la tortorella
Gesang der Geister über den Wassern, D705 (Schubert/Asti)
Get on down!
Gharnati (Jones)
Ghost towns of the American West (Bingham)
Giant Despair
Gilded Goldbergs, Op 86 (Holloway/Bach)
Gin a body, meet a body
Giraffes: Andante
Girls in grey (Williams)
Giunt' è la Primavera e festosetti
Give all to love
Give me justice (MacMillan)
Give me my scallop-shell of quiet
Give me the wings of faith (Leighton)
Give me the wings of faith to rise
Give the king thy judgements, O God (Rutter/Gibbons)
Give to me the life I love
Give unto the Lord, Op 74 (Elgar)
Give us the wings of faith (Bullock)
Give your sperm a life
Given, not lent
Glamis thou art, and Cawdor, and shalt be
Glass (Fitkin)
Gleams of a remoter world (Bingham)
Gloria
Gloria
Gloria (Rutter)
Gloria in excelsis
Gloria, Christo paremur cantica
Gloria, Gloria (Bennett)
Gloriette (Hawes)
Glorious and powerful God
Glorious in Heaven (Whitlock)
Glorious is the crown
Glorious things of thee are spoken
Glorious things of thee are spoken
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot's Leigh (Taylor)
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot's Leigh (Taylor/Cleobury)
Glory be to God on high
Glory be to thee, O Lord, glory be to thee
Glory to Thee, Father!
Gloucester Service (Howells)
Gnomus
Gnossienne No 1 (Satie/Corp)
Gnossienne No 2 (Satie/Corp)
Gnossienne No 3 (Satie/Corp)
Go down, Moses
Go forth into the world (Rutter)
Go happy rose, and interwove
Go not, happy day (Bridge)
Go prettie child, and beare this flower
Go thou on before us
Go, little boat (Kern/Chilcott)
Go, little book, Op 18 (Milford)
Go, lovely rose, Op 24 No 3 (Quilter)
Go, song of mine, Op 57 (Elgar)
Go, tell it on the mountain (Anon/Rutter)
Goal and wicket
God and the universe
God be in my head (Bingham)
God be in my head (Davies)
God be in my head (Forsdyke)
God be in my head (Howells)
God be in my head (L'Estrange)
God be in my head (Radcliffe)
God be in my head (Rutter)
God be merciful unto us
God be merciful unto us, and bless us
God be with our boys tonight (Sanderson)
God bless the time when cowslips grow
God gives not onely corne, for need
God in me is the fury on the bare heath
God is gone up, Op 27 No 2 (Finzi)
God is with us 'A Christmas proclamation' (Tavener)
God of strength
God of the golden bow
God rest you merry, gentlemen (Anon/Keating)
God rest you merry, gentlemen (Anon/Llewellyn)
God rest you merry, gentlemen (Anon/Rutter)
God rest you merry, gentlemen (Anon/Willcocks)
God set a crimson rose upon your mouth
God standeth in the congregation of princes
God's creation
God's Garden (Lambert)
God's grandeur
God's grandeur (Leighton)
Going through the hills on a night all starry
Golden friends
Golden slumbers
Golden slumbers
Golden slumbers kiss your eyes
Golden slumbers kiss your eyes
Goldenhair (Bridge)
Gols is the corn in the valley
Gone, gone again is summer
Good ale
Good Christian men, rejoice (Anon/Rutter)
Good Friday
Good Friday Music
Good people all, this Christmas time
Good-bye
Goodbye (Jenkins/Thornton)
Good-bye to love (Grainger/Gibbs)
Goodmorrow (Elgar)
Goodnight to the meadow (Gurney)
Gortnamona (Green)
Gospel of St John
Gotcha (Scott/Riley)
Gourds and rattles
Goyescas, o Los majos enamorados (Granados/Bartlett/Robertson)
Gracieux fils de Pan!
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Guildford Cathedral (Ives)
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Lake MacDonald (Archer)
Grand March from Aïda (Verdi/Lemare/Herrick)
Grandes Études de Paganini, S141 (Liszt/Paganini/Taylor)
Grania and Diarmid, Op 42 (Elgar)
Granular fragments (Moriarty)
Gratias tibi (O'Regan)
Great hail! we cry to the comers
Great is the Lord, Op 67 (Elgar)
Great things (Ireland)
Greater love hath no man (Ireland)
Green grow the rashes (Anon/MacLean/Logan)
Green rain
Greensleeves (Anon/Britten)
Greensleeves (Anon/Britten/Barley)
Greensleeves (Anon/Chilcott)
Greensleeves (Anon/Webber)
Greensleeves (Vaughan Williams)
Gretchens Bitte 'Gretchen im Zwinger', D564 (Schubert/Britten)
Grieving for the young prince
Grosse Fantasie 'Wanderer', D760 Op 15 (Schubert/Joseph James)
Gruntparents
Guarantee
Guide me, O thou great redeemer
Guide me, O thou great redeemer
Guide me, O thou great redeemer – Cwm Rhondda (Hughes)
Guide me, O thou great redeemer – Cwm Rhondda (Hughes/O'Donnell)
Gymnopédie No 2 (Satie/Corp)
H.D.S.-P. (Allegro)
Had I a golden pound (Head)
Had I the heavens’ embroidered cloths
Hadal Zone
Haec dies (Howells)
Hagar and the Angel (Jack)
Hail Queen of Heaven
Hail to the speaker and to him who listens!
Hail, star of the sea most radiant (Chilcott)
Hail, veil of the temple
Hair-bear
Hälfte des Lebens
Hallelujah
Hambledon Hill (Souster)
Ha'nacker Mill
Ha'nacker Mill (Gurney)
Handelian Rhapsody (Scott/Grainger)
Happy choristers of air
Happy Christmas 'War is over' (Lennon/Ono/Forbes L'Estrange)
Happy the man (Chilcott)
Hardanger (Bax)
Hark the ech'ing air!
Hark what a sound, and too divine for hearing
Hark! How the bells, sweet silver bells
Hark! I hear the tramp of thousands
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Battiwalla)
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Cleobury)
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Cummings)
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Ledger)
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Llewellyn)
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Willcocks)
Hark, my soul, how everything
Harmony in the mist
Harp Quintet (Bax)
Harvest
Harvest (Bingham)
Harvest, Op 13b No 6 (Finzi)
Hast thou commanded the morning since thy days? (Chorus)
Haste on, my joys! (Finzi)
Have mercy upon me, O God
Have you been catching of fish, Tom Noddy?
Have you heard the sound of the angel voices
Have you heard the story that they’re telling ’bout Bethlehem
Have you seen but a bright lily grow? (Maconchy)
Have you seen but a white lily grow?
Have you seen but a white lily grow? (Herbert)
Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Martin/Blane/Cullen)
Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Martin/Blane/Davies)
Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Martin/Blane/Gritton)
Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Martin/Blane/Park)
Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Martin/Blane/Roberts)
Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Martin/Blane/Rutter)
Hawk and Buckle (Gurney)
Hawthorn Time (Ireland)
Hay, ay
He Abjures Love
He journeys to Palestine
He listlessly stood by the wall
He often would ask us
He spar'd not his own son
he was born in Ballytearim where there's little work to do
He who binds himself with joy
He who binds to himself a joy
He who would valiant be
He wishes for the cloths of heaven (Swann)
He would not stay for me
Hear my crying, O God
Hear my crying, O God (Clucas)
Hear my law, O my people
Hear my prayer, O God
Hear my prayer, O Lord
Hear my prayer, O Lord, and consider my desire
Hear my voice, O God, in my prayer
Hear my words, ye people (Parry)
Hear my words, ye people (Parry/Ives)
Hear our hymn, O Goddess
Hear the voice of the Bard
Hear, O thou Shepherd of Israel
Hearken to me gentlemen
Hears not my Phillis how the birds
Heart of Fire-love (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Heart's Ease (Bridge)
Heart's music (Vaughan Williams)
Heaven bles the babe! they said
Heaven-Haven
Heigh my hearts!
Heiland Harry (Anon/MacLean/Bateman)
Helena Variations (Bantock)
Hello young lovers (Rodgers/Hough)
Helplessly hoping (Stills/Lawson)
Hence, rude Winter! crabbed old fellow
Henry King, who chewed little bits of string, and was early cut off in dreadful agonies (Lehmann)
Henry V (Walton/Wills)
Henry V Overture (Vaughan Williams)
Her song
Her Temple
Heraclitus, Op 110 No 4 (Stanford)
Here begin the Lauds of the creatures
Here beings the story
Here comes the falcon for the bride
Here is the ancient floor, footworn and hollowed and thin
Here is the little door
Here is the ring I have made for My Lady Poverty
Here lies, now a prey to insulting neglect
Here the strong mallow strikes her slimy root
Here we bring new water from the well so clear
Here we bring new water from the well so clear
Here, a sheer hulk, lies poor Tom Bowling
Herefordshire Carol (Anon/Vaughan Williams)
Here's that rainy day (Van Heusen/Burke/Thornton)
Here's the old man
Herod
Herr Santiagu
Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV147 (Bach/Hess)
Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV147 (Bach/Horne)
Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV147 (Bach/Whittaker)
Herzlich tut mich verlangen, BWV727 (Bach/Walton)
He's in his grave and on his head
Hesychast meditation
Hevelspending (Long)
Hey! Now
Hey, ho, the wind and the rain
Hey, ho, the wind and the rain
Hidden Love
Hidden treasure
Hide and seek (Heap/Gabbitas)
Hierusalem (Dyson)
High Flight (Chilcott)
High Heels (Duncan/Trebilcock)
Hill runes (Maxwell Davies)
Hills of the North (Howells)
Hills of the north, rejoice
Hills of the north, rejoice
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard (Shaw)
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard (Shaw/Cullen)
His piety and marvellous works
Hodie Christus natus est
Hodie Christus natus est
Hodie! (L'Estrange)
Hoffen
Hold not thy tongue, O God, keep not still silence
Holding back (MacLean/Logan)
Holiday Diary, Op 5 (Britten)
Holiday for strings (Rose)
Holy is the true light
Holy is the true light (Harris)
Holy Mary
Holy Spirit, ever dwelling
Holy, holy, holy
Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts
Homage (Goossens)
Home (Bublé/Foster-Gillies/Chang/L'Estrange)
Home no more home to me, whither must I wander?
Home they brought her warrior dead
Homeward bound
Hommage à S Pickwick Esq PPMPC: Grave
Honor, virtus et potestas
Hope
Hope
Hope finds a way (Roberts)
Hope the hornblower (Ireland)
Horn Concerto (Matthews)
Horn Concerto in E flat major, K370b (Mozart/Roberts)
Horn Concerto No 1 in D major, K412 (Mozart/Roberts)
Hornpipe
Hornpipe from Watermusic (Handel/Grainger)
Hornpipe: Rollicking, but not too fast
Horoscope. Ballet Suite (Lambert)
Horsemen (Herbert)
Host
Hostias et preces tibi
Hotaru no Kikari (Anon/Forbes L'Estrange)
Hour by hour flow my tears in the darkness
House of Winter (Maxwell Davies)
How beauteous are their feet (Stanford)
How beautiful is night (Herbert)
How beautiful they are (Spirit Voices)
How blest are shepherds
How calm, how constant are the hills!
How calmly the evening (Elgar)
How clear, how lovely bright
How do I love thee? (Lloyd Webber)
How do you capture the wind on the water?
How doth the city sit solitary
How fair and how pleasant (Skempton)
How fair is thy love (Skempton)
How far is it to Bethlehem? (Anon/Rice)
How great our joy (Anon/Rutter)
How great thou art (Hine)
How heavy hang the days!
How Hill (Hawes)
How like an Angel came I down!
How mighty are the Sabbaths
How oft along the woodland way
How quietly he sleeps upon the hill
How shall I sing that majesty
How should a man be just with God? (Job)
How should I your true love know?
How sweet the answer (Anon/Britten)
How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank!
How they so softly rest (Willan)
Howells' Clavichord (Howells)
Hug ò in ò! When winds do blow, sea reivers know the maddening music
Hugh the Drover (Vaughan Williams)
Hughley Steeple
Humdrum
Humoreske, Op 13 No 2 (Sammons)
Humoresque
Humoresque
Humoresque: Presto
Hunan blentyn, ar fy mynwes
Hunan blentyn, ar fy mynwes
Hunan blentyn, ar fy mynwes
Hungry waters (Scott)
Hurrahing in harvest
Hush you, my baby (Llewellyn)
Hush-a-ba, birdie, croon, croon (Anon/Moffat)
Hymn
Hymn for a child
Hymn for a musician
Hymn for the Dormition of the Mother of God
Hymn of the Travellers
Hymn to Aphrodite
Hymn to Gaia I (Roth)
Hymn to Gaia II (Roth)
Hymn to God the Father (Humfrey/Britten)
Hymn to God the Father (Humfrey/Tippett/Bergmann)
Hymn to Saint Cecilia, Op 27 (Britten)
Hymn to St Peter, Op 56a (Britten)
Hymn to the creator of light
Hymn to the Creator of Light (Rutter)
Hymn to the Dawn
Hymn to the Mother of God
Hymn to the stars
Hymn to the Trinity (Jackson)
Hymn to the Waters
Hymn Tune Prelude on Song 13 (Gibbons/Vaughan Williams)
Hymn: Presto e leggiero
Hymnus (Sheppard)
Hymnus Paradisi (Howells)
Hypochondriacus (Gibbs)
Hypothetically murdered, Op 31a (Shostakovich/McBurney)
I am
I am a seashell flung
I am a specialist in weight loss
I AM Alpha and Omega
I am an expert in relationships
I am in need of music that would flow
I am not God nor His messenger
I am Queen Anne, of whom 'tis said
I am supple of body and sport with the wind
I AM the Bread of Life
I am the day (Dove)
I AM the Door – I AM the Good Shepherd
I am the heart that houses the cone
I AM the Light of the World
I am the song
I am the song – Birth
I AM the True Vine
I am with you always (Rutter)
I am woman
I am your Mother (MacMillan)
I and the Father are one
I attempt from love's sickness to fly
I attempt from love's sickness to fly
I beheld her, beautiful as a dove (Willan)
I beheld then that he came to the foot of the hill Difficulty
I believe in one God, the Father Almighty
I believe in springtime (Rutter)
I bind unto myself today
I bring you my body, darling dear
I brought my great carriage
I call with my whole heart
I came forth from the mouth of the Most High
I cannot lose thee for a day
I cling and swing
I cried unto the Lord with my voice
I dal a du vil, I dal a du ho ro
I danced in the morning when the world was begun
I dare not ask a kisse (Herbert)
I died for Beauty
I drank from ev'ry vine
I dreamed a dreary dream last night
I Dreamt a Dream! What can it mean?
I feel a sudden urge to sing
I fell in love with a Limehouse lass
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain
I fetch his slippers, fill up the pipe he smokes
I Fuga: Andante moderato
I gave her cakes and I gave her ale
I gaze upon you and the sun grows large
I get a kick out of you (Porter/Burton)
I get around 'The Beach Boys' (Wilson/Love/Roberts)
I got a robe
I got me flowers
I had a dove and the sweet dove died
I had a dream last night
I had a silver buckle
I had no time to Hate
I have a bonnet trimmed with blue (Anon/Hughes)
I have a secret to tell
I have been there before, O my love!
I have come to the borders of sleep
I have come to the borders of sleep
I have desired to go
I have had enough of women, and enough of love
I have no name
I have no name: I am but two days old
I have no wit, no words, no tears
I have prayed for thee
I have trod the upward and the downward slope
I have twelve oxen (Ireland)
I hear an army charging (Herbert)
I heard a Fly buzz—when I died—
I heard a voice from heaven
I heard a voice from heaven
I heard Him playing on His flute
I heard the voice of Jesus say
I heard you singing (Coates)
I held him and would not let him go
I held love's head
I kissed them in fancy as I came away in the morning glow
I know my love
I know my soul hath power to know all things
I know that my redeemer liveth (McDowall)
I know where I'm goin' (Anon/Hughes)
I know where I'm going
I leant upon a coppice gate
I lie as if five fathom drowned
I liken my love to a gossamer afloat in the summer air
I look from afar
I look into my glass
I looked out into the morning (Lloyd Webber)
I love a lass (Dumbiedykes)
I love all beauteous things (Howells)
I love for thy fickleness
I love my love
I love my love (Anon/Lawson)
I love the Lord (Harvey)
I loved thee once, Atthis, long ago
I marked her ruined hues
I met a traveller from an antique land
I met at eve the Prince of Sleep
I mind the day
I missed him when the sun began to bend
I mon waxe wod
I must go down to the seas again
I must not think of thee
I my Best-Beloved's am (Rutter)
I need not go
I often ask, because I feel I've every right to know
I once loved a boy and a bold Irish boy
I pant for the music which is divine
I pray (Mealor/Campbell)
I said to Love, Op 19b (Finzi)
I said, I will take heed to my ways
I sang that song on Sunday
I sat down under his shadow (Bairstow)
I sat one sprinkling day upon the lea
I saw a fair maiden (Warlock)
I saw a fair mayden sytten and sing
I saw a maiden (Anon/Pettman)
I saw a stable
I saw a strange creature
I saw her in the morning climbing the steeps
I saw him standing (Moore)
I saw seven angels
I saw three ships (Anon/Battiwalla)
I saw three ships (Anon/Gant)
I saw three ships (Anon/O'Donnell)
I saw three ships (Anon/Preston)
I saw three ships (Anon/Rutter)
I saw three ships (Anon/Willcocks)
I say 'I'll seek her side', Op 13b No 1 (Finzi)
I see again the hills and valleys glowing
I shall go without companions
I shall not die for thee
I sing because …
I sing of a maiden
I sing of a maiden (Hadley)
I sing of a maiden (Redshaw)
I sing of a maiden that is makeless (Bax)
I sing of a mayden (Chilcott)
I sing the birth (Elgar)
I smiled at you because I thought that you
I sow'd the seeds of love
I speak out of the desert
I spy Celia, Z499 (Purcell/Britten)
I syng of a mayden
I take no pleasure in the sun's bright beams, Z388 (Purcell/Britten)
I think on thee in the night (Herbert)
I vow to thee, my country
I waited patiently for the Lord
I walked into the nightclub in the morning
I walked last night with my old friend
I wander thro' each charter'd street
I wander thro' each charter'd street
I wander through the woodlands
I want it that way 'Backstreet Boys' (Martin/Carlsson/Recknell)
I want you back 'The Jackson 5' (Mizell/Perren/Gordy/Richards/Rex)
I was a baby not so very long ago
I was a Hidden Treasure
I was angry with my friend
I was angry with my friend
I was angry with my friend
I was glad (Parry)
I was glad (Parry/Ives)
I was glad when they said unto me
I was glad when they said unto me
I was in the spirit on the Lord's day
I was mighty blue
I was not sorrowful 'Spleen'
I was weary
I watched the Lady Caroline
I went then, till I came to the Delectable Mountains
I went to sea as bold as A B
I went to the Garden of Love
I wha aince in Heaven's heicht (Scott)
I who am dead a thousand years
I will alway give thanks unto the Lord
I will arise and go now
I will give my love an apple (Anon/Britten)
I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord
I will go with my father a-ploughing (Gurney)
I will lift up mine eyes (Briggs)
I will lift up mine eyes (Rutter)
I will lift up mine eyes 'Psalm 121' (Tavener)
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
I will magnify thee, O God my King
I will magnify thee, O Lord, for thou hast set me up
I will make you brooches and toys for your delight
I will make you brooches and toys for your delight
I will not listen to thy chant
I will sing about a fish
I will sing with the spirit (Rutter)
I will walk on the earth
I will walk with my love (Anon/Hughes)
I wish it could be Christmas everyday 'Wizzard' (Wood/Parry)
I wish you Christmas (Rutter)
I woke before the morning, I was happy all the day
I wonder as I wander
I wonder as I wander (Anon/Britten)
I wonder as I wander (Anon/Carter)
I wonder as I wander (Anon/Clements)
I wonder as I wander (Rutter)
I won't dance (Kern/Chilcott)
I won't dance (Kern/L'Estrange)
I work at the Palace Cinema
I would be true (Anon/Rutter)
I-Brasîl (Delius)
Ich bin ein guter Hirt, BWV85 (Bach/Foss)
Ich fühle Deinen Odem
Ich halte ihr die Augen zu, Op 7 No 5 (Stanford)
Ich lieb' eine Blume, Op 7 No 1 (Stanford)
Ich reit' ins finstre Land hinein
Icicles
Iciclist
Idyll 'Love scene': Larghetto
Idyll. Allegretto 'To K.M.'
Idylle de printemps (Delius)
Iesus! Christus! Iesus! Natus!
If (Nyman/Keenan)
If along the highroad
If girls and boys were asked what joys
If I could choose (Bridge)
If I speak with the tongues of men
If I take the wings of the morning
If it's ever spring again (Milford)
If music be the food of love, Z379a (Purcell/Britten)
If music be the food of love, Z379a (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
If music be the food of love, Z379c (Purcell/Britten)
If the Lord had not helped me (Bairstow)
If the Lord himself had not been on our side
If there were dreams to sell (Ireland)
If thou shalt confess with thy mouth
If thou wilt ease thine heart 'Dirge for Wolfram' (Britten)
If thou would'st ease thine heart
If truth in hearts that perish
If we must part (Ireland)
If ye would hear the angels sing (Tranchell)
If you came at night
Igitur egressus Jacob
II Lamento: Lento rubato
III
III Serenata: Allegretto, pizzicato
Ikon of Light (Tavener)
Ikon of the Nativity (Tavener)
Il est né, le divin enfant (Anon/Llewellyn)
Il est quelqu'un sur terre (Anon/Britten)
Il pleure dans mon cœur (Delius)
Il vecchio castello
I'll be near my journey's end
I'll make a song of Hambledon
I'll sail upon the dog-star
I'll sing you a song and it's not very long
I'll tell you of a little boy that lives across the way
I'll walk beside you (Murray)
I'll walk with God (Brodsky/Keenan)
Illuminare, Jerusalem (Weir)
I'm a decent good Irish body (Anon/Hughes)
I'm a little Yorkshire lass
Im Dorfe (Wardener)
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
I'm homesick for my hills again
I'm homesick for my hills again
I'm lonesome since I cross'd the hill
Im Tiroler Wirsthaus (Scott)
I'm what folks call a 'Johnnie', of the title I'm proud
I'm yours (Mraz/Lawson)
Imagination,—lifting up itself
Immortal, invisible, God only wise
Imperial March, Op 32 (Elgar/Martin)
Impromptu (Elgar)
Impromptu: Andante lento
Impromptu: Le printemps
Improvisation
Improvisation (Barley)
Improvisation 'Marche des Rois mages' (Baker)
Improvisation No 2 (Barley/Joseph)
Improvisation No 3 (Barley/Joseph)
Improvisation No 7 (Barley/Joseph)
Improvisation: Andante
In a Churchyard
In a dream, I spake
In a garden shady this holy lady
In a gondola
In a monastery garden (Ketèlbey)
In a monastery garden (Ketèlbey/Ware)
In a Persian market (Ketèlbey)
In a shady nook one moonlit night
In a short time
In all towns and villages both far and near
In an arbour green (Warlock)
In an arbour green asleep whereas I lay
In beauty may I walk (Dove)
In blackberry time herself and me
In boyhood
In Brittany the churches all day are open wide
In Caesarea Philippi
In Chester town there liv'd a brisk young widow
In crime and enmity they lie
In dreams
In dulci iubilo, BWV729 (Bach/Berners)
In excelsis gloria (Cullen)
In excelsis gloria (Mathias)
In Exile (Sumsion)
In Exitu Israel 'Psalm 114' (Bairstow)
In far-off Malta
In five-score summers
In Flanders (Gurney)
In Flanders (Gurney/Howells)
In freezing winter night
In Gethsemane
In guilty night, and hid in false disguise
In haven
In Jewry is God known
In London here the streets are grey, and grey the sky above
In memoriam
In Memoriam – Titanic
In memoriam (Bax)
In memoriam (Williamson)
In memoriam: Ivor Gurney
In Moonlight 'Canto popolare' (Elgar)
In my happy childhood hours
In my sage moments
In one little time may heaven be won and lost
In paradisum
In party mood (Strachey)
In praise of his Daphnis
In Praise of Woman (Poston)
In pride, high, leapest thou
In prison (Keel)
In Scarlet Town, where I was born
In semine durat genus / The race continues in the seed
In seventeen hunder' and forty nine
In Smyrna (Elgar)
In Somer when the shawes be sheyne
In splendoribus sanctorum (MacMillan)
In summer time I foot the turf
In Summer's heat
In summertime on Bredon
In summertime on Bredon
In summertime on Bredon (Peel)
In supremae nocte cenae
In the beck
In the beginning
In the black dismal dungeon of despair, Z190 (Purcell/Britten)
In the black furrow of a field
In the bleak mid-winter (Bennett)
In the bleak mid-winter (Darke)
In the bleak mid-winter (Darke/Bullard)
In the bleak mid-winter (Holst/Gjeilo)
In the bleak mid-winter (Holst/L'Estrange)
In the bleak mid-winter (Llewellyn)
In the bleak mid-winter / Lully, Lulley, lully, lulley
In the days of November (Herbert)
In the deepest reaches of the lake
In the dell are camped the gypsies
In the deserted garden among the crumbling walls
In the dim light of the golden lamp
In the forest before dawn
In the Garden of the Seraglio
In the gardens of God, in the daylight divine
In the heat of the day when the sun shines so freely
In the highlands, Op 9 (Gibbs)
In the licorice fields at Pontefract
In the lovely village of Nevesinje
In the lowlands
In the Mind's Eye
In the mist (Swann)
In the morning
In the shadows (Finck)
In the silence of the night (Byrchmore)
In the snow flat-topped hillocks and shoulders outlined with wavy edges
In the South 'Alassio', Op 50 (Elgar)
In the still of the night (Porter/Burton)
In the submerged world of the sea
In the tent
In the third-class seat sat the journeying boy
In the tower of Magdala
In the wild October night-time
In thee is gladness
In thee, O Lord, have I put my trust
In thee, O Lord, have I put my trust
In this most joyful night
In this place (Todd)
In time of daffodils (Metcalf)
In time of tumult (Scott)
In valleys of springs of rivers
In years defaced
In you, O woman full of grace
In youth is pleasure (Moeran)
In youth is pleasure, H76 (Holst)
Incarnation
Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas
Incentive (McCormack)
Infant joy
Infant Joy
Informal dance (Fitkin)
Inheritance (Howells)
Innkeepers cheat us, the English steal
Intercession
Interlude
Interlude
Interlude for flute and strings, Op 69a (Milford)
Interlude for Harp
Interlude for oboe and string quartet, Op 21 (Finzi)
Intermezzo, Op 21 (Sammons)
Intermezzo: Open country
Intimations of Immortality, Op 29 (Finzi)
Into beauty
Into her keeping (Bridge)
Into my heart an air that kills
Into my heart an air that kills (Orr)
Into thy hands (Dove)
Intrada
Intrada, Op 13a No 3 (Finzi)
Introduction and allegro on a bass by Max Reger (Simpson)
Introduction and Allegro, Op 47 (Elgar)
Introduction and Andante
Introduction and Polonaise brillante in C major, Op 3 (Chopin/Bliss)
Introduction and Theme (Sumsion)
Introduction et rondo capriccioso, Op 28 (Saint-Saëns/Bryan)
Introduction to Schubert's German Dances (Hess)
Introduction to the repeat of Allegro vivace assai from Mozart's Piano Concerto No 21 in C major, K467 (Hess)
Introduction, Toccata & Fugue (Pott)
Introduction. The powers of evil: Mesto e lugubre
Introduzione: Lento
Introït (Briggs)
Invention (primarily in 2 parts)
Inversnaid
Invite to Eternity, Op 31 (Venables)
Invocation (MacMillan)
Invocation, H75 Op 19/2 (Holst)
Iona Boat Song (Anon/Roberton)
Irish Rhapsody No 3, Op 137 (Stanford)
Irish skies
Irish Tenebrae (Bingham)
Irmelin Prelude (Delius)
Irmelin Rose
Is it August yet? (Warren)
Is it gold that you bring?
Is my team ploughing?
Is my team ploughing?
Is my team ploughing?
Is not this enough for moan
Is this he that was transfigured
Is thy strength so small? Fear not the lions
Islay Reaper's Song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Isle of my Heart (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Isobel (Bridge)
Ist nicht heilig mein Herz, schöneren Lebens voll
It always seems funny
It bends far over Yell'ham Plain
It came upon the midnight clear (Anon/Sullivan/Battiwalla)
It came upon the midnight clear (Anon/Sullivan/Cleobury)
It came upon the midnight clear (Willis/Rice)
It is a thing most wonderful
It is a thing most wonderful
It is a thing most wonderful
It is a thing most wonderful – Herongate 'In Jesse's City' (Anon/Vaughan Williams)
It is always dangerous to draw too precise parallels
It is good to be out on the road
It is good to be out on the road
It is not mine to sing the stately grace
It is only a tiny garden (Wood)
It is sad that so many of worth
It never looks like summer here
It seemed that out of battle I escaped
It sometimes comes into my head
It was a comely young lady fair
It was a lover and his lass
It was a lover and his lass
It was a lover and his lass
It was a lover and his lass
It was a lover and his lass
It was a lover and his lass (Bush)
It was a lover, and his lass (Swann)
It was happy and delightful one midsummer's morn
It was in the prime of the sweet springtime
It was what you bore with you, woman
Ite, missa est
It's a new world (Arlen/Bennett)
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas (Willson/L'Estrange)
It's de-lovely (Porter/Burton)
It's de-lovely (Porter/L'Estrange)
It's evening. I lack courage
Its former green is blue and thin
It's oh to be a wild wind
It's peace again the river claims
It's up in the highlands, along the sweet Tay
Iudex crederis esse venturus. Adagio molto solenne e religioso
Iustus ut palma (Mawby)
IV Marcia: Alla marcia moderato
I've got the world on a string (Arlen/L'Estrange)
I've got you under my skin (Porter/Burton)
I've got you under my skin (Porter/L'Estrange)
I've told ev'ry little star (Kern/Chilcott)
I've written you a song, a beautiful routine
Jack Spratt
J'ai seul la clef de cette parade sauvage
Jamaican Rumba (Benjamin/Primrose)
Jane Scroop, Her Lament for Philip Sparrow
Jaunting Car
Je descendis dans mon jardin (Scott)
Jealousy
Jeanie Deans (MacCunn)
Jeg gik mig ud en sommerdag (Anon/Rice)
Jelliments
Jenny kiss'd me (Herbert)
Jerusalem (Parry)
Jerusalem (Parry/Stilgoe)
Jerusalem (Parry/Thalben-Ball)
Jerusalem (Parry/Wicks)
Jerusalem rejos for joy
Jerusalem-Yerushalayim (Pitts)
Jesu dulcis memoria (Pott)
Jesu of a maiden Thou wast born
Jesu that dost in Mary dwell
Jesu, as thou art our saviour
Jesu, grant me this, I pray
Jesu, grant me this, I pray (Gibbons/Bairstow)
Jesu, grant me this, I pray (Whitlock)
Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Jesu, joy of man's desiring
Jesu, my love, my joy, my rest
Jesu, swete sone dear (Lack)
Jesu, swete sone dere!
Jesu, the very thought of thee
Jesu, the very thought of thee
Jesu, the very thought of thee – St Botolph (Slater)
Jesu, Thou the Virgin-born
Jesum quaeritis Nazarenum (Bingham)
Jesum tradidit impius
Jesus Child (Rutter)
Jesus Christ is ris’n to-day, Alleluya!
Jesus Christ is risen today, Alleluia!
Jesus Christ the apple tree (Poston)
Jesus College Service, Op 53 (Mathias)
Jesus dies on the cross
Jesus having risen from the tomb
Jesus is crucified
Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV22 (Bach/Cohen)
Jesus prayer
Jesus, friend of little children
Jesus, my leman
Jesus, springing (Chilcott)
Jewish Song
Jig
Jiggery Pokery (Hannon/Walsh)
Jillian of Berry (Warlock)
Jimbo's Lullaby
Jimmy on Bach (Rhodes)
Jimmy on Chopin (Rhodes)
Jimmy on classical music and Beethoven (Rhodes)
Jimmy on encores and Schumann (Rhodes)
Jimmy on Grieg (Rhodes)
Jimmy on Moszkowski (Rhodes)
Jingle bells (Pierpont/Campbell)
Jingle bells (Pierpont/Langford)
Jingle bells (Pierpont/Parry)
Job (Parry)
Job's curse, Z191 (Purcell/Britten)
Jodelling song
John the Baptist (Finnissy)
Johnnie cam' to our toun
Johnnie came from London town
Johnnie wi' the tye
Johnny Doyle (Anon/Hughes)
Johnny I hardly knew ye (Anon/Hughes)
Johnny Marks Medley (Marks/Bateman)
Jolly old Saint Nicholas 'Christmas time' (Anon/Doughty)
Jolly Rutterkin
Joseph was an old man
Joshua fit the battle of Jericho
Jota
Jour des morts 'Cimetière Montparnasse' (Herbert)
Journey to Bethlehem
Journey's End
Journey's End
Journey's end (Bridge)
Joy to the world (Anon/Cullen)
Joy to the world (Anon/Keyte/Parrott)
Joy to the world (Anon/Lawson)
Joy to the world (Anon/Llewellyn)
Joy to the world (Anon/Rutter)
Joy, shipmate, joy!
Joyful Noise (Swann)
Joys Seven (Anon/Cleobury)
Jubilate
Jubilate
Jubilate
Jubilate (Roth)
Jubilate (Walton)
Jubilate Deo (Dearnley)
Jubilate Deo (MacMillan)
Jubilate Deo in E flat (Britten)
Jubilate Deo 'St Peter ad Vincula' (Howells)
Jubilate Deo, Op 90 No 2 (Mathias)
Jubilate in C (Britten)
Judah and Jerusalem, fear not
Julia
Jumping Bean (Farnon)
June (Quilter)
June on Castle Hill, Op 13a No 5 (Finzi)
Jupiter – The bringer of jollity
Just as I am, without one plea
Just as the tide was flowing
Just hear those sleigh bells jingling
Just hear those sleigh bells jingling
Justorum animae
Kang, kang, kang ki ki kang kang
Kashmiri Song
Kashmiri song
Keep off the grass
Keltic Lament
Kind Robin lo'es me (Anon/Davie)
Kindly, kindly, kindly
King Arthur (Anon/Roberton)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z628 (Purcell/Britten)
King David (Howells)
King Estmere, H70 (Holst)
King Harald's saga (Weir)
King Herod and the Cock (Walton)
King Jesus hath a garden (Anon/Llewellyn)
King of Glorie, King of Peace
King of Glory, King of Peace
King Ra
Kirsteen (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Kishmul's Galley
Kishmul's Galley (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Kitten of course is the small for cat
Kiwi Fireworks 'Variations on God defend New Zealand' (Spicer)
Klavierstück, K33
Knights Templar in the temple church
Knightsbridge
Knu
Komm, süsser Tod, BWV478 (Bach/Bridge)
Komm, süsser Tod, BWV478 (Bach/Stevenson)
Kumpo (Anon/ensemblebash)
Kyrie
Kyrie
Kyrie eleison: Chant
La belle dame sans merci (Parry)
La belle dame sans merci (Stanford)
La belle est au jardin d'amour (Anon/Britten)
La caprice de Nanette
La cathédrale engloutie: Profondément calme
La finta giardiniera, K196 (Mozart/Isserlis)
La lune blanche (Delius)
La montagne
La musique (Jackson)
La noël passée (Anon/Britten)
La peregrinación (Ramirez/Knight)
La Primavera (McCabe)
La Puerta del Vino: Mouvement de Habanera
La Senna festeggiante, RV693 (Vivaldi/King)
La sérénade interrompue: Modérément animé
La tarantelle frétillante
La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune: Lent
La ville: Cancan macabre
Là-bas dans cette plaine (Anon/Chilcott)
Lachrimae Pavan (Dowland/Denoth)
Lachrymae, Op 48a (Britten)
Lacus doloris 'Lake of sorrows'
Lad and lass thegither
Ladslove
Lady be good (Gershwin/Gershwin/Thornton)
Lady in the red hat (Nyman)
Lady Isobel and the elf-knight
Lady Macbeth – A Scena (Horovitz)
Lady of Spain (Evans/Hartley/Warner)
Lady on the silver throne (Goodhart)
Lady Rich, her Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
Lady, when I behold the roses
Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting
Lady, when I behold the roses sprouting
Lamb of God
Lamb of God
Lambert's Clavichord, Op 41 (Howells)
Lament for two violas (Bridge)
Lament: Adagio non troppo e ben marcato
Land of Heart's Desire (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Land of the mountain and the flood (MacCunn)
Landing
L'après-midi d'un dinosaur
Larghetto ma appassionato
Lass dich nur nichts nicht dauren mit trauren
Last Christmas (Michael/Hartley)
Last door of light (Maxwell Davies)
Last hours (Gurney)
Last night by the sheiling was Mhairi, my beloved
Last night I had that dream again
Last night I lay a-sleeping
Last night the air was cold and still
Last night, a storm of rain
Last night, ah, yesternight, betwixt her lips and mine
Late at night alone in the sheiling
Late summer (Warlock)
Later, the Cid lay down
Laudate Dominum (Burgon)
Laudes Regiae (Anon/Dearnley)
Lauds
Lauds
Lauer Lied
Laugh and be merry
Launch your career
Laura Valse (Elgar)
Laus Deo (Harvey)
Lay a garland on my hearse
Lay a garland on my hearse
Lazarus is dead
Lazarus Requiem (Hawes)
Lazy bones 'Up a lazy river' (Carmichael/Arodin/Runswick)
Lazy bones 'Up a lazy river' (Carmichael/Arodin/Thornton)
Le baylère (Anon/Richards)
Le ciel est, par-dessus le toit (Delius)
Le coucou c'est un bel oiseau
Le drapeau belge, Op 79 (Elgar)
Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse (Anon/Britten)
Le Ruisseau (Cochrane)
Le tombeau de Georges Rouault (MacMillan)
Le vent dans la plaine: Animé
Lead me, Lord (Todd/Bible)
Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
Lean close thy cheek (Bridge)
Lean out of the window
Lean out of the window (Head)
Lean out of the window (Herbert)
Leaves
Legend (Bax)
Legend (Ireland)
Legend 'The Crown of roses'
Leise flehen meine Lieder
Leisure
Lemady (Anon/Britten)
Lemady (Anon/Britten/Matthews)
Lemady: Maying Song
L'embarquement
Lenten flowers
Lenten is come
L'Envoi
L'Envoy
Leon
Les anges dans nos campagnes (Anon/Gant)
Les champs
Les chars d'argent et de cuivre
Les collines d'Anacapri: Très modéré
Les douze Noëls (Daquin/Wright)
Les eaux
Les fées sont d'exquises danseuses: Rapide et léger
Les illuminations, Op 18 (Britten)
Les sanglots longs
Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l'air du soir: Modéré
Les tierces alternées: Modérément animé
Let all mortal flesh keep silence
Let all mortal flesh keep silence
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy (Anon/Campbell)
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy (Anon/Cleobury)
Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Anon/Rutter)
Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Bairstow)
Let all mortal flesh keep silent
Let all the world in ev’ry corner sing
Let all the world in every corner sing
Let all the world in every corner sing
Let all the world in every corner sing (Leighton)
Let all the world in every corner sing (L'Estrange)
Let all the world in ev'ry corner sing
Let Beauty awake
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! (Cahn/Styne/Eteson/L'Estrange)
Let me enjoy the earth
Let my prayer be set forth (Middleton)
Let Nimrod, the mighty hunter
Let the day perish wherein I was born (Job)
Let the dreadful engines of eternal will
Let the florid music praise!
Let the night perish; cursed be the morn
Let the people praise thee, O God, Op 87 (Mathias)
Let the people praise you (L'Estrange)
Let them love
Let there be dark: a veiling
Let thy hand be strengthened (Dearnley)
Let us garlands bring, Op 18 (Finzi)
Let us invoke Christ (Grier)
Let us now praise famous men, Op 35 (Finzi)
Let us sleep now …
Let us with a gladsome mind
Lethe
Let's begin (Kern/Chilcott)
Let's dance the jig
Let's go and live in the country (Bennett)
Let's misbehave (Porter/L'Estrange)
Letters to Lindbergh (Bennett)
L'habitant de Saint Barbe (Anon/Chilcott)
Li soleus qui en moi luist est mes deduis
Liarbird
Liber scriptus
Liebesleid (Kreisler/Bryan)
Liebesträume – 3 Notturnos für das Pianoforte, S541 (Liszt/Robertson)
Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV731 (Bach/Cohen)
Lied der Jungfrau
Lieux retrouvés (Adès)
Life and its follies are fading away
Life is a milliner's show
Life Laughs Onward
Lift up thy voice, O son of man, and cry (Chorus)
Lift up your heads, O ye gates, Op 44 No 2 (Mathias)
Lift up your hearts
Light Iridescent
Light leaves whisper, H20 (Holst)
Light now restricts itself
Light of Christ
Light, stillness and peace lie on the broad sands
Lighten our darkness (L'Estrange)
Lighten our darkness (Stanford)
Lighting the way (Todd)
Lightly she whipped o'er the dales (Mundy)
Lights out
Lights Out
Like a mighty river flowing
Like a rainbow (Chilcott)
Like a singing bird (Chilcott)
Like an eagle that hovers o’er its young
Like as the hart desireth the waterbrooks
Like the rosy norther glow
Lillian Thomson (Stilgoe)
Lillygay (Warlock)
Limehouse Reach
Limmerich ohne Worte, Op 372 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
Limoges, the Market Place
Linden Lea (Vaughan Williams)
Line dance
Lines written in autumn
Lisa lân (Anon/Webber)
Listen sweet dove (Ives)
Lit by holy fire (Grier)
Litany to the Holy Spirit (Hurford)
Little David, play on your harp (Anon/Roberts)
Little elegy
Little fly
Little Fly
Little Fly
Little Foo
Little Fugue in G minor, BWV578 (Bach/Borwick)
Little grey home in the West (Löhr)
Little head against my shoulder
Little Jesus, sweetly sleep
Little Jesus, sweetly sleep (Anon/Battiwalla)
Little lamb, who made thee?
Little pigeon, grave and fleet
Little Serenade (Tomlinson)
Little Sir William (Anon/Britten)
Little Suite (Duncan/Trebilcock)
Little white star on the mountain heather
Live for ever, glorious Lord (Dyson)
Live with me and be my love
Liverpool Oratorio (McCartney/Davis)
Liza Ann
Llwybrau Cân 'Paths of Song' (Metcalf)
LM-7: Aquarius (Jackson)
Lo! Christ the Lord is born (Elgar)
Lo! God is here! (Moore)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Anon/Rutter)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Olivers/Robinson)
Lo, the full, final sacrifice, Op 26 (Finzi)
Loch Broom Love Song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Loch Leven Love Lament (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Loch Lomond (Vaughan Williams)
Locus iste (O'Regan)
Lolay, lolay. Als I lay on Yoleis night (Anon/Wishart)
London
London
London Bridge
London Landmarks (Wood)
London Pride (Coward)
London Suite (Coates)
Londonderry Air (Anon/Hough)
Lonely I wander through scenes of my childhood
Long steel grass
Long time ago in Bethlehem
Long, long ago (Howells)
Longing
Longing (Swann)
Look at the world (Rutter)
Look good, feel great
Look not in my eyes
Look to the day (Rutter)
Look, how he glows for heat!
Look, stranger, at this island now
Lookin' back
Looking forward to the spring
Looking south over the border (Lowthian)
Lord Jesus Christ
Lord Maxwell's goodnight (Grainger/Tall)
Lord of all hopefulness
Lord of all hopefulness
Lord of all hopefulness – Slane (Anon/Routley)
Lord of all hopefulness – Slane (Anon/Routley/Cleobury)
Lord of the bygone centuries
Lord of the Dance (Anon/Carter)
Lord of the Dance (Anon/Rutter)
Lord Randall (Anon/Scott)
Lord Strang's March (Dowland/Denoth)
Lord! Come away!
Lord! I have sinned (Humfrey/Britten)
Lord! I married me a wife (Anon/Britten)
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour
Lord, for the years your love has kept and guided
Lord, for the years your love has kept and guided
Lord, for the years your love has kept and guided – Lord of the Years (Baughen)
Lord, for the years your love has kept and guided – Lord of the Years (Baughen/Barnard/Battiwalla)
Lord, have mercy
Lord, I call upon thee
Lord, I call upon thee (Bairstow)
Lord, I will mean an speak thy praise
Lord, let me know mine end
Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace (Rutter)
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Lord, remember David and all his trouble
Lord, thou art become gracious unto thy land
Lord, thou hast been our refuge
Lord, thou hast been our refuge
Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Bairstow)
Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Rutter)
Lord, thou hast been our refuge 'Psalm 90' (Vaughan Williams)
Lord, thou hast given me a cell
Lord, what is man? (Holloway)
Lord, what is man?, Z192 (Purcell/Britten)
Lord, what love have I unto thy law
Lord, Who hast made us for Thine own
Lorsque j'étais jeunette, je gardais les moutons
Lost
Lost is my quiet for ever, Z502 (Purcell/Britten)
Lotus Land, Op 47 No 1 (Scott)
Loughareema! Lies so high among the heather
Lourd on my hert (Scott)
Love and friendship
Love bade me welcome
Love bade me welcome (Tavener)
Love came down at Christmas (Hann/Barber)
Love came down at Christmas (Lloyd)
Love came down at Christmas (Rutter)
Love divine, all loves excelling
Love divine, all loves excelling
Love divine, all loves excelling
Love divine, all loves excelling
Love divine, all loves excelling
Love divine, all loves excelling – Blaenwern (Rowlands)
Love divine, all loves excelling – Blaenwern (Rowlands/Cleobury)
Love divine, all loves excelling – Blaenwern (Rowlands/Frogatt)
Love divine, all loves excelling – Blaenwern (Rowlands/O'Donnell)
Love divine, all loves excelling – Hyfrydol (Prichard/Rutter)
Love gave I to thee, my lover
Love is a bable
Love is a rose (Bridge)
Love is a sickness full of woes (Ireland)
love is more thicker than forget
Love of Alba (Scott)
Love of the Father
Love offerings
Love on my heart
Love went a-riding (Bridge)
Love, could I only tell thee (Capel)
Love, if you knew the light (Lehmann)
Love, like a drop of dew (Lloyd Webber)
Love, Op 18 No 2 (Elgar)
Love, sweet love
Loveliest of trees
Loveliest of Trees
Loveliest of trees (Herbert)
Lovelocks
Lovely kind, and kindly loving
Lovely tear of lovely eye (Chilcott)
Love's echo
Love's garden of roses (Wood)
Love's Lament (Head)
Love's Philosophy
Love's Philosophy, Op 3 No 1 (Quilter)
Love's promise
Love's secret (Herbert)
Love's Tempest
Love's voice 'Venetian Songs', Op 22 (Venables)
Loving shepherd of thy sheep (Rutter)
Low in thy grave with thee
Low in thy grave with thee
Luchinushka
Ludlow and Teme (Gurney)
Lulajze, Jezuniu (Chilcott)
Lullaby (Birtwistle)
Lullaby (Gibbs)
Lullaby (Sammons)
Lullaby (Sheppard)
Lullaby (Tippett)
Lullaby (Warlock)
Lullaby for Jumbo
Lullaby my Jesus (Warlock/Carter)
Lullaby No 1 (Clarke)
Lullaby. Andantino 'To Maude'
Lullay mine liking (Bennett)
Lullay my liking (Lawson)
Lullay my liking (Pott)
Lullay my liking, H129 (Holst)
Lullay, Jesu
Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child
Lully, lullay – The faucon hath borne my make away
Lully, lullay, lully, lullay
Lunar seas (Painter)
Lute-book lullaby (Ballet/Shaw)
Lute-book lullaby (L'Estrange)
Lux aeterna
Lux aeterna
Lux aeterna (MacMillan)
Lux mortuorum (Jackson)
Lyric Movement, H191 (Holst)
Mad Bess, Z370 (Purcell/Britten)
Mad Bess, Z370 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
Madam and her Madam
Madam Noy (Bliss)
Madame Mouse trots
Mae 'nghariad i'n Fenws
Maenads
Magic
Magical Kingdom (Rutter)
Magnificamus
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat
Magnificat (Anon/Bevan/Baker)
Magnificat (Bax)
Magnificat (Burgon)
Magnificat (Rutter)
Magnificat (Swayne)
Magnificat (Vaughan Williams)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Harvey)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (MacMillan)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Tavener)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Weir)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 'Collegium Magdalenae Oxoniense' (Leighton)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 'Collegium Regale' (Tavener)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 'Collegium Sancti Johannis Cantabrigiense' (Tippett)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 'Hatfield Service' (Roth)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E major (Murrill)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G major (Sumsion)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 'Variations for choir' (O'Regan)
Magnificat for eight-part chorus in B flat, Op 164 (Stanford)
Magnificat quarti toni (Bevan)
Magnificat, Op 36 (Finzi)
Maiden crowned with glossy blackness
Maiden in the mor lay
Maids to bed and cover coal
Mai-Dun (Ireland)
Maisie
Make me pure, Lord: Thou art holy
Make we joy now in this fest (Walton)
Making waves (Chilcott)
Malagueña
Malagueña
Man born of desire
Man is for the woman made
Man that is born of woman is of few days (Job)
Man unkind
Mannin veen (Vaughan Williams)
Man's drive to explore and exploit
Mantle of blue (Bridge)
Many waters
Many waters cannot quench love
Many years (Tavener)
Mapping Wales (Metcalf)
Marahi (Harvey)
Maranatha
March
March
March in D major (Elgar)
March of the Bowmen
March 'On Ilkley Moor'
March: Allegro moderato – sempre alla marcia
March: Scorched earth
Marche des combattants
Marche funèbre d'une marionnette (Gounod/Perkins)
Marche héroïque (Brewer)
Marche héroïque in D major, Op 74 (Lemare)
Marche moderne, Op 2 (Lemare)
Marching Strings (Ross/Martin)
Marcia: Allegro
Mare anguis 'Serpent sea'
Margate 1940
Marguerite (Swann)
Maria durch ein' Dornwald ging (Anon/Lawson)
Marigold (Mayerl)
Marine: Allegro con brio
Marriage to my Lady Poverty (Chilcott)
Marry me now (Anon/Hughes)
Mars – The bringer of war
Marsh flowers
Mary
Mary (Muldowney)
Mary had a baby (Anon/Sargent)
Mary Queen of Scots (MacLean/Logan)
Mary that was the Child's mother
Mary Theotokos
Mary walked through a wood of thorn (Radcliffe)
Mary's boy child (Hairston/Rutter)
Mary's Lullaby (Rutter)
Mary's Magnificat (Carter)
Masked by these bare shadows
Masque
Mass (Bingham)
Mass (MacMillan)
Mass (Maxwell Davies)
Mass for the people of Guildford (Todd)
Mass in Blue 'Jazz Mass', Op 28 (Todd)
Mass in five parts (Pott)
Mass in G minor (Vaughan Williams)
Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman (MacMillan)
Mass of the Children (Rutter)
Massage, medication
Master Kilby (Anon/Britten)
Master Tallis's Testament
Mater ora filium (Bax)
Matilda's Waltz (Anon/Hough)
Matin provençal
Matthew, Mark and Luke and John
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John (Jeffries)
Mattins Responsory (Palestrina/Willcocks)
Mature composer seeks work
Maud (Somervell)
May God be gracious to us
May in the Grenewode
May the Lord show his mercy upon you
May the road rise to meet you
May the road rise to meet you
May there be peace, may I bring peace
Mayfair merry-go-round (Norris)
Mazurka elegiaca, Op 23 No 2 (Britten)
Meanwhile, for nine nights Hermod rode
Meat in Thy Hall: Tempo di menuetto, in strict time throughout
Media morte in vita sumus (Simpson)
Méditation (Massenet/Bryan)
Meditation for his Mistress (Maconchy)
Meditations on a Byzantine Hymn, Op 117 (Rubbra)
Medley (Morricone/Friend)
Meeting at night
Megan's Daughter 'Merch Megan' (Thomas)
Mein Gott, wie lang, ach lange?, BWV155 (Bach/Cohen)
Mein kleiner grüner Kaktus (Reisfeld/Runswick)
Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn, BWV648 (Bach/Ireland)
Melancholy Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
Melody (Bowen)
Melody for the C string, Op 51 No 2 (Bowen)
Melody for the G string, Op 47 (Bowen)
Melody on the move (Richardson/Hanmer)
Memento (MacMillan)
Memory
Men and Angels (Roth)
Men and brethren
Mendelssohn (Mendelssohn/Rutter/Willcocks)
Menschenbeifall
Merciless Beauty (Vaughan Williams)
Mercury – The winged messenger
Mercy
Merry-go-round
Messe pour Notre-Dame (Briggs)
Mi sy'n fachgen ifanc ffôl 'I am a young and foolish lad'
Michael (Howells/Rutter)
Michael Tippett, His Mystery (Simpson)
Michael, Archangel, of the King of Kings
Midnight
Midnight
Midnight lamentation, Op 6 (Venables)
Midnight on the Great Western 'The journeying boy'
Midnight's bell
Mid-Winter (Chilcott)
Miles beyond (McLaughlin)
Milkwort and bog-cotton (Scott)
Milonga azure (Lynch)
Mina (Elgar)
Mine end is come
Mine eye (Panufnik)
Mine own dear mother, sing lullay!
Miniature Concerto in G, Op 35 (Milford)
Miniature Suite for string orchestra and piano (Rootham)
Miniature Suite in C major, Op 14 (Bowen)
Mini-concerto for clarinet and string orchestra (Jacob)
Minnie the moocher (Calloway/Rex)
Minstrels: Modéré
Minuet (Bach/Petri)
Minuet (Finnissy)
Minuet (Purcell/Cortot)
Minuet triste, Op 17 No 1 (Sammons)
Minuet, K1
Miracle of St Basil
Mirage
Miri it is – Estampie (Anon/Wishart)
Miri it is – Sumer is icumen in (Anon/Lamb)
Mirie it is, while sumer ilast
Misere' nobis (Turnage)
Miserere mei, Deus (Allegri/Roberts)
Miserere mei, Deus (Malcolm)
Miserere, my maker
Miss J Hunter Dunn, Miss J Hunter Dunn
Miss Melanie (Binge)
Miss Otis regrets (Porter/Burton)
Missa Ad praesepe (Malcolm)
Missa Ad praesepe (Malcolm/Baker)
Missa Aedis Christi (Howells)
Missa brevis (Bennett)
Missa brevis (Dove)
Missa brevis (Harvey)
Missa brevis (MacMillan)
Missa brevis (Walton)
Missa brevis 'Awake my soul' (Bingham)
Missa brevis, Op 50 (Leighton)
Missa brevis, Op 63 (Britten)
Missa brevis, Op 64 (Mathias)
Missa canonica (Holloway)
Missa de Gloria, Op 82 (Leighton)
Missa del Cid (Weir)
Missa Dunelmi (MacMillan)
Missa Mirabilis (Hough)
Missa parvula (Maxwell Davies)
Missa Trinitatis Sanctae (Grier)
Missa Triueriensis (Jackson)
Missa Wellensis (Tavener)
Mistaken
Mist-covered mountains (Anon/Perkins)
Mister Dowland's Midnight (Dowland/Denoth)
Mistletoe (Gibbs)
Mistletoe (Roberts)
Mistress Anne
Mistress Nichols' Almaine (Dowland/Denoth)
Mistress White's Nothing (Dowland/Denoth)
Mit gelben Birnen hänget
Mitte manum tuam (MacMillan)
Moder, if hi dar the telle
Modlitwa (Panufnik/Panufnik)
Momiji 'Maple leaves'
Monday, Tuesday (Anon/Hughes)
Monday's child
Money, O!
Montagnarde (Anon/Chilcott)
Montmartre
Moon, Moon, mischief-making Moon!
Moonglow (DeLange/Hudson/Mills/Thornton)
Moonlit night
Moonologue
Moonstruck
Moonstruck (Scott)
Mopti Street (Limbrick)
More fond than Cushat Dove
More Songs of the Countryside (Head)
More Songs of the Countryside (Head)
Morgen!
Morning
Morning and Evening
Morning Canticles (Leighton)
Morning has broken
Morning Hymn
Morning prayers
Morning Song 'Maytime in Sussex' (Bax)
Morning, Communion and Evening Service in A flat major, Op 6 (Harwood)
Morning, Communion and Evening Service in B flat, Op 10 (Stanford)
Morning, Communion and Evening Service in G, Op 81 (Stanford)
Morpheus (Clarke)
Most glorious Lord of life (Rutter)
Most Holy Night (Gurney)
Most Holy Night (Herbert)
Most Holy Night, that still dost keep
Mother and child (Ireland)
Mother and child (Tavener)
Mother Machree (Olcott/Ball)
Mother of God
Moto perpetuo
Moto perpetuo: Presto
Mountain Lovers (Squire)
Mourn no moe (Warlock)
Move him into the sun
Movement for clarinet and orchestra (Britten/Matthews)
Moy Mell (Bax)
Mr Bear Squash-you-all-flat (Lambert)
Mr Ben Jonson's Pleasure: At a leisurely pace
Mrs MacQueen
Mrs Winter's Jump (Dowland/Denoth)
MS of Benedictbeuern (Herbert)
Mulberry Cottage (Lloyd Webber)
Mura Matsuri 'Village festival'
Muse of the golden throne
Musette
Music
Music (Tippett)
Music everywhere 'Rediffusion March' (Coates)
Music for a while
Music for a while
Music, when soft voices die (Bairstow)
Music, when soft voices die (Bridge)
Music, when soft voices die, Op 25 No 5 (Quilter)
Musica Dei donum (Rutter)
Musical Box (Davis)
Musical Jewellery Box (Hough)
Muza 'The muse'
My abode's not silent, but I am not loud-mouthed
My agaran rosen wyn mar whek mar dek del dyfhy
My aspens dear, whose airy cages quelled
My babe on a curling green wave
My beloved is gone down (Skempton)
My beloved spake (Hadley)
My breast is puffed up and my neck extended
My cinnamon tree
My dancing day (Bennett)
My darling dear
My Dove (Pitts)
My faint spirit is sitting in the light
My fair
My funny valentine (Rodgers/L'Estrange)
My gaze is ever upon you (Tavener)
My God, I'm wounded by my sin
My God, who makes the sun to know
My God, why hast thou forsaken me?
My gostly fader (Warlock)
My heart belongs to Daddy (Porter/Burton)
My heart is like a singing bird (Parry)
My heart makes songs on lonely roads
My heart sheweth me the wickedness of the ungodly
My heart still hovering round about you
My heart! Cheerly!
My help and protector is my God, and I will proclaim his glory
My house shall be called an house of prayer for all people
My Lady Hunssdon's Puffe (Dowland/Denoth)
My lady is a pretty one (Warlock)
My Lagan love
My life's delight
My little sweet darling (Warlock)
My Lord has come (Todd)
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home (Dowland/Denoth)
My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land, Op 18 No 3 (Elgar)
My love in her attire
My love is like a red, red rose (Anon/Carrington)
My love was born in Aberdeen
My love, my love
My lovely one, Op 27 No 1 (Finzi)
My love's an arbutus (Stanford)
My Love's the mountain range
My mind has thunderstorms
My mother was a western woman
My Native Heath (Wood)
My own country
My own love said to me, My mother won't mind
My parents died
My pent-up tears oppress my brain (Bridge)
My prayer (Chilcott)
My song is love unknown
My song is love unknown
My song is love unknown – Love Unknown (Ireland)
My song is love unknown – Love Unknown (Ireland/Cleobury)
My song is love unknown (L'Estrange)
My song is love unknown (Pott)
My song shall be of mercy and judgement'
My soul cleaveth to the dust
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul doth magnify the Lord
My soul is an enchanted boat (White)
My soul is weary of my life (Job)
My soul, there is a country
My star
My story is much too sad to be told
My sweetheart's like Venus (Anon/Holst)
My sword for the King (Head)
My tea is nearly ready and the sun has left the sky
My true love hath my heart
My true love hath my heart
My wife's a wanton wee thing (Scott)
My young love said to me
Myn lyking (Terry)
Mysterium Christi (Filsell)
Mystery of the nothingness of God
Mystic Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Mystical love song of the Sufis
Naked I lie in the green forest of summer
Nana
Narcissus
Narcissus, who fell in love with his own image and became a flower
Nativity Carol (Rutter)
Nay but you, who do not love her
Near to Banbridge town, in the County Down
Near to Banbridge town, in the County Down
Neglected moon! (Gibbs)
Neig' schön' Knospe Dich zu mir
Neighbours, wherefore are you come?
Nel blu dipinto di blu 'Volare' (Modugno/Migliacci/Rice)
Nella Fantasia (Morricone/Keenan)
Neptune – The mystic
Neptune – The mystic
Never had a dream come true 'S Club 7' (Dennis/Ellis/Lindsay/Adams)
Never seek to tell thy love
Never seek to tell thy love (Roberts)
Never weather-beaten sail
Never weather-beaten saile
New College Service (Howells)
New College Service (L'Estrange)
New Jerusalem: Upanishad hymn
New worlds – High flight
New Year (Rutter)
New Year Carol (Bennett)
Newborn
Newsreel – Narration
Next thy Tasso's ardent numbers
Nicolas and the pickled boys
Night
Night and day (Porter/Burton)
Night and day (Porter/L'Estrange)
Night comes, an angel stands
Night covers up the rigid land (Britten)
Night Fancies (Dale)
Night hath no wings, to him that cannot sleep
Night lies on the silent highways (Bridge)
Night Mail. End sequence (Britten)
Night Piece 'Notturno' (Britten)
Nightfall (Gibbs)
Nightfall in Skye (Roberton)
Nightfall in winter
Nightfalls
Nightmare
Nights of gladness (Ancliffe)
Nimrod
Nimrod (Adagio)
Nimrod (Adagio)
Nina from Argentina (Coward/Atmajian)
Nine leaves a minute swim down shakily
Nine of the clock (Gurney)
Niobe, who, lamenting the death of her fourteen children, was turned into a mountain
No leaflet stirs upon the silent shore
No longer mourn for me
No man's land (Matthews)
No more sorrow (Barnes)
No more sorrow (Todd)
No small wonder (Edwards)
No Spring nor Summer beauty hath such grace
No star in all the world until you came
No star is o'er the lake
No, resistance is but vain
Noble numbers (Roe)
Noblest, I pray Thee
Nobody knows
Nobody took any notice of her as she stood on the causey kerb
Noche española
Nocturnal after John Dowland, Op 70 (Britten)
Nocturne
Nocturne
Nocturne
Nocturne
Nocturne
Nocturne
Nocturne and Scherzo (Vaughan Williams)
Nocturne in E flat major, Op 9 No 2 (Chopin/Bliss)
Nocturne: Maestoso
Noël
Noël nouvelet (Anon/Lawson)
Noel! (Elms)
Noise of hammers once I heard
Non che non sei capace, K419 (Mozart/Bliss)
None but the lonely heart, Op 6 No 6 (Tchaikovsky/Hough)
None other lamb (Todd)
'None', said the other
Nonet (Bax)
Nonet in B flat major (Parry)
Norfolk Rhapsody No 1 (Vaughan Williams)
Normandy 'Symphonic Variations' (Somervell)
North Country Sketches (Delius)
Nos galan (Anon/Rutter)
Nose-bush
Not a line of her writing have I
Not all my torments can your pity move, Z400 (Purcell/Britten)
Not even summer yet (Britten)
Not no faceless Angel (Jackson)
Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us
Nothing but sweet music wakes
Nothing is so beautiful
Nova! Nova! (Chilcott)
Now arched dark boughs hang dim and still – Shepherds all, maidens fair
Now chimney tops and gables
Now Christ thee save
Now gently sinks the sun to rest
Now I have known, O Lord (Jackson)
Now i lay(with everywhere around)
Now in these fairylands
Now in thy splendour go before us
Now listen you landsmen unto me
Now Robin likes in his last lair
Now sleep, and take thy rest
Now sleeps the crimson petal
Now sleeps the crimson petal
Now sleeps the crimson petal (Mealor)
Now sleeps the crimson petal, Op 3 No 2 (Quilter)
Now thank we all our God
Now thank we all our God
Now thank we all our God
Now thank we all our God
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket (Mendelssohn/Scott)
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket alle Gott (Crüger/Battiwalla/Lang)
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket alle Gott (Crüger/Cleobury)
Now that my love lies sleeping
Now that the sun hath veiled his light
Now that the sun hath veiled his light 'An Evening Hymn', Z193 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
Now the day is over
Now the holly bears a berry as white as the milk
Now the holly bears a berry as white as the milk
Now the leaves are falling fast
Now what is he after below in the street
Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem
Now when Job's friends heard of all this evil (Narrator)
Now, as though God were sighing
Now, listener, I have told my dream to thee
Now, oh now I needs must part (Dowland/Grainger)
Now, while the birds thus sing a joyous song
Nowell sing we, both all and some
Nowell, nowell
Nowell, nowell, nowell! This is the salutacyon of the angell Gabryell (Anon/Wishart)
Nun danket alle Gott (Crüger/Rutter)
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis
Nunc dimittis (Howells)
Nunc dimittis tertii toni (Malcolm)
Nunc dimittis, 1979 version (Burgon)
Nunc dimittis, 1997 version (Burgon)
Nunc dimittis, H127 (Holst)
O Adonaï
O Albion
O all ye works of the Lord
O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord
O Autumn
O balow, balow la lay. The first king was very young
O be joyful in God, all ye lands
O be joyful in the Lord
O be joyful in the Lord
O be joyful in the Lord (Filsell)
O be joyful in the Lord (Rutter)
O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands
O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands
O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands
O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands
O be still, be still, unquiet thoughts, and rest on love's adventer
O blessed paradise, pray for me
O bone Jesu
O Brighde! 'Tis seaward, the dreamland, the youth land
O Brother Green O come to me
o by the by
O Caledonia! stern and wild
O can ye sew cushions
O can ye sew cushions? (Anon/Bantock)
O can ye sew cushions? (Anon/Britten)
O clap your hands (Rutter)
O clap your hands 'Psalm 47' (Vaughan Williams)
O Clavis David
O come all you young fellows that carry a gun
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles (Wade/Cleobury)
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles (Wade/Cullen)
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles (Wade/Ledger)
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles (Wade/Rutter)
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles (Wade/Willcocks)
O come, O come, Emmanuel
O come, O come, Emmanuel (Anon/Carter)
O come, O come, Emmanuel (Anon/Helmore/Arnold)
O come, O come, Emmanuel!
O dance of love
O Deus, ego amo te
O do not look
O Doctor optime (Jackson)
O Domine Jesu Christe
O dreadful death, come, make an end!
O Emmanuel
O fair, O lovely, As the sweet apple
O father, father build me a boat (Anon/Hughes)
O fear the Lord, all ye saints of his
O for a closer walk with God
O give thanks unto the Lord and call upon his Name
O give thanks unto the Lord for he is gracious
O give thanks unto the Lord for he is gracious
O give thanks unto the Lord for he is gracious
O give thanks unto the Lord for he is gracious
O gladsome light, O grace
O God my heart is ready, my heart is ready
O God, early in the morning do I cry unto thee
O God, enfold me in the sun (Leighton)
O God, I love thee
O God, our help in ages past
O God, our help in ages past
O God, our help in ages past
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne (Croft/Cleobury)
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne (Croft/Rutter)
O God, the heathen are come into thine inheritance
O God, thou art my God
O God, wherefore art thou absent from us so long
O God, wonderful art thou in thy holy places
O God, you search me and you know me (Farrell)
O happy eyes, Op 18 No 1 (Elgar)
O hearken thou, Op 64 (Elgar)
O heartling of my heart (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
O holy city, seen of John (Howells)
O holy night (Adam/Battiwalla)
O holy night (Adam/Cullen)
O holy night (Adam/Rutter)
O Holy of Holies (Pitts)
O holy virgin! clad in purest white
O how amiable (Vaughan Williams)
O how amiable are the dwellings
O how glorious is the kingdom (Harwood)
O isplendor (Moody)
O Jesu, nomen dulce (Harvey)
O Jesus, I have promised
O Jesus, I have promised
O Jesus, I have promised – Day of rest (Elliott)
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote (Ferguson)
O joy! that in our embers
O lady, this is thy own true love
O lamb of God
O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig, BWV656 (Bach/Borwick)
O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst!
O lift your little pinkie
O little town of Bethlehem
O little town of Bethlehem
O little town of Bethlehem
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green 'The ploughboy's dream' (Anon/Vaughan Williams/Armstrong)
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green 'The ploughboy's dream' (Anon/Vaughan Williams/Simcock)
O living will (Stanford)
O Lord God, great is the misery that hath come upon me
O Lord my God! When I in awesome wonder
O Lord my God, I thank thee that thou hast brought this day to a close
O Lord our Governor (Hawes)
O Lord, how manifold are thy works
O Lord, in me there lieth naught
O Lord, open thou our lips
O Lord, rebuke me not in thine indignation
O Lord, support us (Briggs)
O Lord, support us all the day long
O Lord, support us all the day long (Pott)
O Lord, thou hast dealt graciously with thy servant
O Lord, thou hast searched me out (Rutter)
O Lord, thou hast searched me out and known me
O Lord, thy word endureth for ever in heaven
O Lorde, the maker of al thing (Joubert)
O Love (Pitts)
O Love, I complain
O love, 'tis a calm starry night (Anon/Hadley)
O lovely night! (Ronald)
O lurcher-loving collier
O lux beata Trinitas (Todd)
O man, make your chrysalis
O men from the fields
O men from the fields 'Cradle song' (Anon/Hughes)
O Mensch, bewein' dein' Sünde gross, BWV622 (Bach/Howells)
O merry rang the hymn
O might those sighes and teares returne againe into my breast and eyes
O mistress mine
O mistress mine
O mistress mine
O mistress mine
O mistress mine
O mistress mine
O mistress mine (Dale)
O mistress mine (Morley/Grainger)
O mistress mine! (Farrar)
O most I loved her pretty eyes
O my dear hert, young Jesus sweet
O my dear hert, young Jesus sweet
O my deare hert, young Jesu sweit
O my deir heart, young Jesus sweit
O my love is like a red, red rose
O my love’s like a red, red rose
O my people, what have I done to you?
O nata lux
O never say that I was false of heart
O never trust the heart's assurance
O Oriens
O Oriens (McDowall)
O praise God in his holiness
O praise God in his holiness
O praise God in his holiness
O praise God in his holiness (Dyson)
O praise the Lord of heaven
O praise the Lord of heaven (Rutter)
O praise the Lord of heav'n
O praise the Lord, all ye heathen
O praise the Lord, for it is a good thing to sing praises unto our God
O praise ye the Lord!
O pray for the peace of Jerusalem
O priest of matchless renown
O quam mirabilis (Moody)
O radiant dawn (MacMillan)
O Radix Jesse
O rich-soiled land, O land of Phthia
O Robin is my only jo, for Robin has the art tae lo'e
O Rose thou art sick
O rose, thou art sick!
O sacrum convivium (Jackson)
O salutaris hostia
O salutaris hostia (Elgar)
O salutaris hostia I (Elgar)
O salutaris hostia II (Elgar)
O salutaris hostia III (Elgar)
O Sapientia
O saviour of the world
O schneller, mein Ross (Delius)
O shout to the Lord in triumph
O sick heart, be at rest!
O sing unto the Lord a new song
O sing unto the Lord a new song
O sing unto the Lord a new song
O snow, which sinks so light
O soft embalmer of the still midnight
O solitude, my sweetest choice!, Z406 (Purcell/Britten)
O sons and daughters (Davies)
O spiritual pilgrim, H188 (Holst)
O stay, sweet love
O streamlet, swiftly flowing
O swallow, swallow
O take me to your arms, love
O Tannenbaum (Anon/Gant)
O Tannenbaum (Anon/L'Estrange)
O Tannenbaum (Anon/Rutter)
O taste and see (Vaughan Williams)
O that I were as in the months past (Job)
O that it were so! (Bridge)
O that we were there! (Tavener)
O the cuckoo she's a pretty bird
O the sight entrancing (Anon/Britten)
O Thou, whose mighty palace roof doth hang
O 'twas on the broad Atlantic
O vera digna hostia (O'Regan)
O vos omnes (Vaughan Williams)
O waly, waly
O Waly, Waly (Anon/Britten)
O wha my babie-clouts will buy (Scott)
O what are you waiting for here, young man?
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms?
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms?
O what their joy and their glory must be (Harris)
O where hae ye been, Lord Randall, my son?
O Wild West Wind
O Willie's gane tae Melville Castle (Anon/Stephen)
O Wisdom of God (Pitts)
O worship the king
O worship the King
O worship the king – Hanover (Croft/Quinney/Gray)
O worship the King – Hanover (Croft/Scott)
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness!
O ye apostles, assembled here from the ends of the earth
O ye priests
O, do not move (Tavener)
O, men from the fields!
O, whistle and I'll come to you, my lad (Anon/Stephen)
O’er the smooth enamelled green
Oak
Oboe Concerto in A minor (Vaughan Williams)
Oboe Concerto, Op 39 (Arnold)
Oboe Quartet No 1 (Boughton)
Oboe Quartet, Op 61 (Arnold)
Oboe Quintet (Bax)
Oboe Quintet 'Into the ravine' (Berkeley)
Oboe Sonatina, Op 28 (Arnold)
Oborozukiyo 'Blurred moon'
October Valley (Head)
Oculi omnium (Chilcott)
Oculi omnium (L'Estrange)
Ode of Saint Andrew of Crete (Tavener)
Ode on a Grecian Urn: Chorus
Ode on the rejection of St Cecilia 'Arioso', Op 13a No 6 (Finzi)
Oedipus, Z583 (Purcell/Britten)
Oedipus, Z583 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
Oer yw'r gwr sy'n methu caru
Of a Rose I Sing a Song (Bax)
Of a rose is all my song (Leighton)
Of a rose, a lovely rose
Of all the beasts, the flying creatures known to us as birds
Of all the girls that are so smart
Of cool sweet dew and radiance mild
Of fair girls the loveliest
Of flowers and emeralds sheen (Burgon)
Of one that is so fair and bright
Of one that is so fair and bright, H130 (Holst)
Of one that is so fayr and bright
Of the animals named by Adam
Of the Father's heart begotten (Anon/Willcocks)
Offertoire (Briggs)
Oft in the stilly night (Anon/Britten)
Oh dear, what can the matter be?
Oh evil day! if I were sullen
Oh fair enough are sky and plain
Oh fair enough are sky and plain (Moeran)
Oh fair to see, Op 13b No 2 (Finzi)
Oh how oft do my thoughts in their fancy take flight
Oh journey-man, before this endless belt began
Oh my blacke Soule! now thou art summoned
Oh see how thick the goldcup flowers
Oh see how thick the goldcup flowers
Oh swan of slenderness, dove of tenderness
Oh the green hills o’ Somerset
Oh the old ship laughs as she takes the water
Oh who is that young sinner?
Oh would I could subdue the flesh
Oh yet we trust that somehow good
Oh! little blade of grass
Oh! We're off to the fair now the lot of us together
Oh! would that I again (Effie)
Oh, breathe not his name (Anon/Moore/Hughes)
Oh, brother, hear the bells, Saint Basil's bells tolling
Oh, farewell to you my Nancy, ten thousand times adieu
Oh, for a March wind (Head)
Oh, there’s lots of fish in Bonavist’ harbour
Oh, to vex me, contraryes meet in one
Oh, when I marry my blushing bride
Oh, when I was in love with you
Oh, why are the roses so pale? (Swann)
Old man river (Kern/Bowen)
Old Sir Faulk
Old songs of lost love (Swann)
Old woman, old woman, are you fond of smoking?
Oliver Cromwell (Anon/Britten)
Oliver Cromwell (Anon/Britten/Barley)
Oliver Cromwell lay buried and dead
Omar Khayyám (Bantock)
On a henpecked country squire
On a Spring note (Torch)
On a summer night (Searle)
On a time (Herbert)
On a time the amorous Silvy
On another's sorrow (Blackford)
On Betelgeuse the gold leaves hang in golden aisles
On buying a horse (Weir)
On Christmas day (Preston)
On Christmas night (Ledger)
On Christmas night all Christians sing
On Christmas night all Christians sing
On eagles' wings (L'Estrange)
On Falla (Hough)
On hearing the first cuckoo in spring
On its grassy brow
On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry
On Love (MacMillan)
On Malvern Hill
On parent knees, Op 13a No 2 (Finzi)
On song (Metcalf)
On Surrey Hills, Op 30 (Matthay)
On the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin (MacMillan)
On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z405 (Purcell/Britten)
On the city street
On the death of Robert Ruisseaux
On the First day of Christmas my true love sent to me
On the idle hill of summer
On the idle hill of summer
On the Mirror Lake three hundred lie around
On the Sheer Threshold of the Night (Birtwistle)
On the sky-hid uplands of Kansu
On this island, Op 11 (Britten)
On Time, Op 142 (Stanford)
On Wenlock Edge
Once I had a sprig of thyme
Once I loved such a shattering physician
Once in royal David's city
Once in royal David's city
Once in royal David's city
Once in royal David's city
Once in royal David's City
Once in royal David's city – Irby (Gauntlett/Hewitt Jones)
Once in royal David's city – Irby (Gauntlett/Mann/Cleobury)
Once in royal David's city – Irby (Gauntlett/Mann/O'Donnell)
Once in royal David's city – Irby (Gauntlett/Mann/Wells)
Once in royal David's City – Irby (Gauntlett/Mann/Willcocks)
Once in the window of a ham and beef shop
Once there dwelt a little maiden
Once upon a time, in the middle of a dark wood
Once, Paumanok
Ondine: Scherzando
One day there sand a little bird
One ever hangs where shelled roads part
One foot in Eden still, I stand (Maw)
One for the star in the sky over Bethlehem
One midsummer's morn as I was a-walking
One midsummer's morn as I were a-walking
One morning in the month of May
One morning very early, one morning in the spring
One night as Dick lay half asleep
One of the crowd went up
One of these nights about twelve o' clock
One perfect rose
One thing comes
One thing have I desired (Howells)
One thing I'd know
One white foot, try him
One without looks to-night
Oneiza's theme: Moderato sostenuto
One's-self I sing
Only a man harrowing clods
Only a singing bird
Only the wanderer knows England's graces
Only the wanderer, Op 13b No 4 (Finzi)
Onward the tiger and the leopard pants
Opaque
Open my wings
Open thou mine eyes (Rutter)
Or forced them all to flee
Or poserai per sempre
Orb and Sceptre 'Coronation March' (Walton/McKie/Herrick)
Orbis patrator optime (Jackson)
Orchids in the moonlight (Youmans/Palmer)
Organ improvisation (Martin)
Organ improvisation in the style of John Worgan and Handel (Moult)
Organ Sonata in C minor (Whitlock)
Organ Sonata in G major, Op 28 (Elgar)
Organ Sonata No 1 in C sharp minor, Op 5 (Harwood)
Organ Toccata on Veni Emmanuel (Carter)
Oriental (Jack)
Orlando Sleepeth (Dowland/Denoth)
Oroonoko, Z584 (Purcell/Britten)
Orpheus
Orpheus
Orpheus
Orpheus with his lute (Vaughan Williams)
Orpheus with his lute made trees
Os mutorum (MacMillan)
Ossianic lay
Ostinato – Introduction and Theme (Sumsion)
Other Love Songs (Hough)
Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting
Our eyes are blinded by the holiness you bear
Our faith is a light (Bingham)
Our Father
Our Father
Our Father 'The bread of life' (Chilcott)
Our Father, which art in heaven
Our Father, who art in heaven
Our Father, who art in heaven
Our Father, who art in heaven
Our fathers whose creative will asked
Our Lady's song (Maw)
Our Miss Gibbs (Monckton)
Our revels now are ended
Out at sea, fair is she
Out in the bushlands
Out of the bosom of the air
Out of the deep
Out of the deep have I called unto thee
Out of the deep have I called unto thee, O Lord
Out of the wood of thoughts that grows by night
Out of your sleep
Out of your sleep arise (Milner)
Out on the open road
Out there, we've walked quite friendly up to Death
Outside the Eastern Gate
Outside the gates of paradise
Outward bound
Ouverture a 5 in D (Böhm/Holman)
Ouvertüre 'Aus dem schottischen Hochlande', Op 4 (Lamond)
Over hill, over dale
Over the bridge (Lloyd Webber)
Over the fence
Over the ground lies a mantle of white
Over the hills and far away (Anon/Bennett)
Over the hills and far away (Bennett)
Over the mountain passes
Over the mountains (Anon/Quilter)
Over the quiet hills
Over the rim of the moon (Head)
Over the sea to Skye (Tippett)
Overlooking the River
Overture 'Die Meistersinger' (Wagner/Lemare/Westbrook/Herrick)
Overture 'The Comedy of Errors' (Coles)
Overture to a Greek Tragedy (Bantock)
Overture to an Unwritten Tragedy (Parry)
Overture to 'Die Meistersinger' (Wagner/Lemare)
Overture to Die Meistersinger (Wagner/Ronald)
Owls, an Epitaph
Ox and ass at Bethlehem
Ox mountain was covered by trees (Weir)
Oy-oy
Ozymandias (Recknell)
Paean
Paean (Leighton)
Paean on 'Divinum mysterium' (Cook)
Paean 'Passacaglia' (Bax)
Pagan Symphony (Bantock)
Pageant of Empire (Elgar)
Pale hands I loved beside the Shalimar
Palm Court Waltz, Op 81 No 2 (Berkeley)
Palms of glory, raiment bright
Pan and Echo – The Naiads' Music
Pan fyddwyn rhodio gyda’r hwyr
Pan, who played upon the reed pipe which was Syrinx, his beloved
Pange lingua
Pange lingua (Chilcott)
Panis angelicus (Franck/Gant)
Panis angelicus (Franck/Hough)
Panis angelicus (L'Estrange)
Pan's Saraband
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Finnis)
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Goves)
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Matthews)
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Semmens)
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Wardener)
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Winters)
Panufnik Variations (Panufnik/Young)
Parade: Alla marcia
Paradise haunts … (Metcalf)
Parallels I (Nesbit)
Parallels II (Nesbit)
Parapraxis (Frost)
Paris (Wood)
Paris Fanfare (Patterson)
Parsifal and the Flower Maidens
Partita for orchestra (Walton)
Parts upon a ground (Purcell/Ashton)
Pa's bank (Lehmann)
Pascha nostrum immolatus est (MacMillan)
Passacaglia (Walton)
Passacaglia on a theme by Dunstable (Weaver)
Passacaglia on D S C H (Stevenson)
Passacaglia: Death of Falstaff
Passacaglia: Lento solenne
Passacaglia: Theme and Variations – Fugato – Coda (Scherzando)
Passepied: Allegro vivacissimo
Passing by (Purcell/Cockram)
Passing by (Warlock)
Passion and Resurrection (Moody)
Past the hills that peep
Pastiche on the Hindu Merchant's Song from 'Sadko' by Rimsky-Korsakov (Sorabji)
Pastoral (Bliss)
Pastoral Hymn
Pastoral 'Le ciel est, par-dessus le toit'
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral: Lento
Pastorale
Pastorale: Andante con moto
Pater noster (Stanford)
Path of Miracles (Talbot)
Pâtre, par delà l’eau
Patroclus whirls there across the plain
Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585 (Purcell/Britten)
Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
Peace (Bignold)
Peacock Pie (Howells)
Peacock Pie 'Suite for string orchestra and piano' (Gibbs)
Peanut Vendor (Simons/Alexander)
Pearl of sweet Ceylon
Peat Fire Smooring Prayer (Anon/Roberton)
Peculiar terms of physical intimacy (Bates)
Peer of gods he seems
Pelléas and Mélisande Suite (Wallace)
Penguins: Alla marcia
Pensée capricieuse, Op 9 (Sammons)
Pensée musicale (Ronald)
Pensiero (Bridge)
Penso che sogno così
People, look East (Tranchell/Marchbank)
Peppermint freckles
Perfect love (Hawes)
Perhaps
Persecution sprang upon our Church
Persephone
Personent hodie (Anon/Gant)
Personent hodie (Anon/Holst)
Personent hodie (Anon/Rutter)
Peter Grimes (Britten)
Peter Grimes Fantasy (Stevenson)
Peter's denial
Petite Chanson (Sammons)
Petite suite de concert, Op 77 (Coleridge-Taylor)
Phaedra, Op 93 (Britten)
Phaeton, who made upon the chariot of the sun for one day and was hurled into the river Padus by a thunderbolt
Phantasie in E minor, Op 34 (Bowen)
Phantasie Trio in C minor 'Piano Trio No 1' (Bridge)
Phantasy in F major, Op 54 (Bowen)
Phantasy Piano Quartet in F sharp minor (Bridge)
Phantasy Quartet, Op 2 (Britten)
Phantasy Quintet (Vaughan Williams)
Phoebe sat, sweet she sat
Phos I
Phrase: Lento ed estatico
Piano Concerto (Goss)
Piano Concerto (Tippett)
Piano Concerto for piano solo, two trumpets, strings and timpani (Lambert)
Piano Concerto in A major, Op 15 (Tovey)
Piano Concerto in A minor 'Highland' (Somervell)
Piano Concerto in C minor 'original 1904 version' (Delius)
Piano Concerto in D major 'original 1938 version', Op 13 (Britten)
Piano Concerto in D major, Op 13 (Britten)
Piano Concerto in D minor (Howell)
Piano Concerto in D minor (Wood)
Piano Concerto in E flat major (Ireland)
Piano Concerto in F sharp major (Parry)
Piano Concerto No 1 in G major, Op 59 (Stanford)
Piano Concerto No 1 'Pìobaireachd' (Chisholm)
Piano Concerto No 1 'The Song of Gwyn ap Nudd', Op 52 (Holbrooke)
Piano Concerto No 2 'Hindustani' (Chisholm)
Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor (Howells)
Piano Concerto No 2 in G major, Op 44 (Tchaikovsky/Hough)
Piano Concerto No 21 in C major, K467 (Mozart/Rathbone)
Piano Concerto No 3 in E flat major, Op 30 (Coke)
Piano Concerto No 3 in G minor 'Fantasia', Op 23 (Bowen)
Piano Concerto No 4 in A minor, Op 88 (Bowen)
Piano Concerto No 4 in C sharp minor, Op 38 (Coke)
Piano Concerto No 5 in D minor, Op 57 (Coke)
Piano Quartet (Walton)
Piano Quintet (Adès)
Piano Quintet in A minor, Op 84 (Elgar)
Piano Quintet in C minor (Vaughan Williams)
Piano Quintet in D minor, Op 25 (Stanford)
Piano Quintet in G minor, Op 1 (Coleridge-Taylor)
Piano Quintet, H49a (Bridge)
Piano Sonata (Simpson)
Piano Sonata in C sharp minor 'Moonlight', Op 27 No 2 (Beethoven/Bowen)
Piano Sonata in D minor (Dale)
Piano Sonata No 1 (Tippett)
Piano Sonata No 1 in B minor, Op 6 (Bowen)
Piano Sonata No 2 (Tippett)
Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat minor, Op 36 (Rachmaninov/Osborne)
Piano Sonata No 2 in C sharp minor, Op 9 (Bowen)
Piano Sonata No 2 'notturno luminoso' (Hough)
Piano Sonata No 3 (Tippett)
Piano Sonata No 3 in D minor, Op 12 (Bowen)
Piano Sonata No 4 (Tippett)
Piano Sonata No 5 in F minor, Op 72 (Bowen)
Piano Sonata No 6 in B flat minor, Op 160 (Bowen)
Piano Trio No 2 (Bridge)
Piano Trio, Op 54 (Arnold)
Pibroch 'Suite for violin and orchestra', Op 42 (Mackenzie)
Pictures from an Exhibition (Musorgsky/Wills)
Pie Jesu
Pie Jesu
Pie Jesu Domine
Pièce (Fauré/Perkins)
Pieds-en-l'air
Pierrot of the Minute 'A comedy overture to a dramatic phantasy of Ernest Dowson' (Bantock)
Pilgrim Jesus (Chilcott)
Pining for the Spring Breeze (Yu-Hsien/Hough)
Pink Lady Waltz (Caryll/Higgs)
Pious Celinda goes to prayers, Z410 (Purcell/Britten)
Pipes
Piping down the valleys wild
Pizzicati
Place Settings (Nicholas)
Planning the tournament
Plantation Dance, Op 24 (Sammons)
Pleading, Op 48 (Elgar)
Pleading, Op 48 (Elgar)
Please to not betray
Pleasure it is
Plebs angelica (Tippett)
Plop fall the plums
Pluto – The Renewer (Matthews)
Poema and Toccata Beorma (Thalben-Ball)
Poëme in D major (Erlanger)
Poëme pastoral (Massenet/Hough)
Poèmes d'automne, Op 3 (Bonnet)
Pokarekare ana (Anon/Roberts)
Polaris 'Voyage for orchestra' (Adès)
Polka
Polka
Polka
Polka mélancolique
Polly put the kettle on
Polo
Polonia, Op 76 (Elgar)
Pomona (Lambert)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D major, Op 39 No 1 (Elgar)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D major, Op 39 No 1 (Elgar/Lemare)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D major, Op 39 No 1 (Elgar/Wills)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 2 in A minor, Op 39 No 2 (Elgar)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 3 in C minor, Op 39 No 3 (Elgar)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 3 in C minor, Op 39 No 3 (Elgar/Farrington)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G major, Op 39 No 4 (Elgar)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G major, Op 39 No 4 (Elgar/Sinclair)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G major, Op 39 No 4 (Elgar/Wills)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 5 in C major, Op 39 No 5 (Elgar)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 5 in C major, Op 39 No 5 (Elgar/Farrington)
Pomp and Circumstance March No 6 (Elgar/Payne)
Ponder my words, O Lord
Ponticelli (Roth)
Pop goes the weasel
Popgum
Popular song
Popular Song
Popular song
Port a beul
Portion of this yew is a man my grandshire new
Portrait of a flirt (Farnon)
Portuguese Party (Vinter)
Possession (Smyth)
Postlude 'Monsieur Croche' (Matthews)
P-p-paranoia (Ward)
Praise
Praise
Praise (Mealor)
Praise the Lord of heaven
Praise the Lord, O my soul
Praise the Lord, O my soul
Praise the Lord, O my soul (Rutter)
Praise the Lord, ye servants
Praise to the holiest in the height
Praise to the holiest in the height
Praise to the holiest in the height
Praise to the holiest in the height – Chorus angelorum (Somervell)
Praise to the holiest in the height – Gerontius (Dykes/Archer)
Praise to the holiest in the height – Gerontius (Dykes/Cullen)
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herren (Anon/O'Donnell)
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herren (Anon/Scott)
Praise ye the Lord (Harvey)
Praise ye the Lord (Rutter)
Praise, my soul
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul (Goss/Cleobury)
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul (Goss/Tysoe)
Praise, my soul, the king of heaven!
Praised be the God of love
Praised be the God of love
Pray that Jerusalem
Prayer
Prayer for the healing of the sick (Tavener)
Prayer I
Prayers in the time of distress
Preamble. Allegro 'To Gwen'
Preces and Responses (Tavener)
Precious moment
Prelude
Prelude
Prelude
Prelude
Prelude
Prelude (Moeran)
Prelude and Fugue for string trio, Op 24 (Finzi)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor (Vaughan Williams)
Prelude and Fugue on a theme of Vittoria (Britten)
Prelude and Fugue, Op 29 (Britten)
Prelude and Toccata (Bourgeois)
Prelude for Lent, Op 10 No 2 (King)
Prelude in C minor 'Marnic' (Buck)
Prelude on Three Welsh Hymn Tunes (Vaughan Williams)
Prelude to The Eumenides (Wallace)
Prelude to The Meistersinger from Nürnberg (Wagner/Gould/Williams)
Prelude, Andante and Finale, Op 112 (Gibbs/Ashmore)
Prelude, Fugue and Fantasy on themes from Busoni's Doktor Faust (Stevenson)
Prelude. Allegro 'To Maude'
Prelude. Invocation to Pan: Chorus
Prelude: Presto scherzoso – Allegro maestoso
Préludes I, L125 (Debussy/Matthews)
Préludes II, L131 (Debussy/Matthews)
Preludes, Op 32 (Rachmaninov/Filsell)
Preludium (Dowland/Denoth)
Presto
Pretty Bess
Pretty ring time (Warlock)
Primordial call
Primrose, anemone, bluebell, moss
Prince Madoc's Farewell (Stanford)
Prisons are built with stones of Law
Prize Fight (Lambert)
Proactive, professional
Procedenti puero
Procedenti puero (Anon/Wishart)
Procession
Processional (Bantock)
Processional (Mathias)
Processional on Tu es Petrus (MacMillan)
Processional 'Times and Seasons'
Prologue (Sheppard)
Prologue 'Sunrise'
Promenade 'Walking the dog' (Gershwin/Wakefield)
Prospero (Corder)
Protocols
Proud Maisie
Proud Songsters
Proud songsters 'Thrushes, finches and nightingales'
Proverb
Proverb I
Prunella (Dale)
Psalm 1 'Beatus vir, qui non abiit' (Elgar)
Psalm 101 'Misericordiam et iudicium' (Nicholson)
Psalm 102 'Domine, exaudi' (Tranchell)
Psalm 103 'Benedic, anima mea' (Tranchell)
Psalm 104 'Benedic, anima mea' (Bevan/Parratt)
Psalm 105 'Confitemini Domino' (Ouseley/Ley)
Psalm 106 'Confitemini Domino' (Stewart)
Psalm 107 'Confitemini Domino' (Bairstow)
Psalm 107 'Confitemini Domino' (Bairstow)
Psalm 108 'Paratum cor meum' (Hurford/Stewart/Harrison/Harrison)
Psalm 113 'Laudate pueri' (Vann)
Psalm 114 'In exitu Israel' (Willcocks)
Psalm 115 'Non nobis, Domine' (Knight)
Psalm 117 'Laudate Dominum' (Dearnley)
Psalm 118 'Confitemini Domino' (Gray/Wesley)
Psalm 119: 145-152 'Clamavi in toto corde meo' (Hemmings)
Psalm 119: 25-32 'Adhaesit pavimento' (Stewart)
Psalm 119: 33-40 'Legem pone' (Thalben-Ball)
Psalm 119: 65-72 'Bonitatem fecisti' (Mothersole)
Psalm 119: 89-96 'In aeternum, Domine' (Armes)
Psalm 119: 97-104 'Quomodo dilexi!' (Marchant)
Psalm 120 'Ad Dominum' (Stewart)
Psalm 121
Psalm 121 'Levavi oculos' – Requiem aeternam (Davies)
Psalm 121 'Levavi oculos' (Davies)
Psalm 121 'Levavi oculos' (Howells)
Psalm 121 'Levavi oculos' (Rose)
Psalm 122 'Laetatus sum' (Howells)
Psalm 122 'Laetatus sum' (Martin)
Psalm 123 'Ad te levavi oculos meos' (Palmer)
Psalm 125 'Qui confidunt' (Lloyd)
Psalm 130 'De profundis' (Macpherson)
Psalm 132 'Memento, Domine' (Maunder/Edwards)
Psalm 133 'Ecce, quam bonum!' (Mossman)
Psalm 136 'Confitemini' (Bielby)
Psalm 137 'Super flumina' (Lang)
Psalm 138 'Confitebor tibi' (Ley)
Psalm 139 'Domine, probasti' (Day/Soaper)
Psalm 141 'Domine, clamavi' (Bertalot)
Psalm 142 'Voce mea ad Dominum' (Stewart)
Psalm 143 'Domine, exaudi' (Hervey)
Psalm 145 'Exaltabo te, Domine' (Hanforth)
Psalm 147 'Laudate Dominum' (Stanford)
Psalm 148
Psalm 148 'Laudate Dominum' (Stanford)
Psalm 148 'Laudate Dominum' (Willcocks)
Psalm 149 'Cantate Domino' (Stanford)
Psalm 150 (Rutter)
Psalm 150 'Laudate Dominum' (Stanford)
Psalm 150 'Laudate Dominum' (Talbot)
Psalm 2 'Quare fremuerunt gentes?' (Ashfield)
Psalm 23
Psalm 23 'Dominus pastor meus' (Stewart)
Psalm 23, D706 (Schubert/Rutter)
Psalm 26 'Iudica me, Domine' (Sinclair)
Psalm 27 'Dominus illuminatio' (Hopkins/Wolstenholme)
Psalm 29 'Afferte Domino' (Ley)
Psalm 30 'Exaltabo te, Domine' (Lloyd/Scott)
Psalm 31 'In te, Domine, speravi' (Lloyd)
Psalm 34 'Benedicam Domino' (South)
Psalm 36 'Dixit iniustus' (Stewart/Hopkins)
Psalm 37 'Noli aemulari' (Howells)
Psalm 39 'Dixi, custodiam' (Atkins)
Psalm 40 'Exspectans exspectavi' (Harwood)
Psalm 5 'Verba mea auribus' (Davies)
Psalm 50 'Deus deorum' (Thalben-Ball)
Psalm 51 'Miserere mei, Deus' (Bairstow)
Psalm 52 'Quid gloriaris?' (Scaife)
Psalm 55 'Exaudi, Deus' (Foster/Martin)
Psalm 56 'Miserere mei, Deus' (Bayley/Thalben-Ball)
Psalm 59 'Eripe me de inimicis' (Stanford)
Psalm 6 'Domine, ne in furore' (Carter)
Psalm 61 'Exaudi, Deus' (Stewart)
Psalm 63 'Deus, Deus meus' (Atkins)
Psalm 64 'Exaudi, Deus' (Bennett)
Psalm 66 'Jubilate Deo' (Atkins)
Psalm 67 'Deus misereatur' (Luard-Selby)
Psalm 71 'In te, Domine, speravi' (Day/Bevan)
Psalm 74 'Ut quid, Deus?' (Smart/Noble)
Psalm 75 'Confitebimur tibi' (Lloyd)
Psalm 76 'Notus in Iudaea' (Nicholson)
Psalm 78 'Attendite, popule' (Mann/Stanford/Barnby/Atkins)
Psalm 79 'Deus, venerunt' (Stewart)
Psalm 80 'Qui regis Israel' (Atkins)
Psalm 81 'Exultate Deo' (Goodenough/Willcocks)
Psalm 82 'Deus stetit' (Parratt)
Psalm 83 'Deus, quis similis?' (Willcocks)
Psalm 84 'Quam dilecta!' (Parry)
Psalm 85 'Benedixisti, Domine' (Parratt)
Psalm 86
Psalm 90 'Domine, refugium' (Mann)
Psalm 91 'Qui habitat' (Alcock)
Psalm 91 'Qui habitat' (Davies)
Psalm 99 'Dominus regnavit' (Day)
Psalm 'A Song of Ascents' (Saxton)
Psalm of creation
Psalmfest (Rutter)
Psalm-Preludes Set 1, Op 32 (Howells)
Psalm-Preludes Set 2 (Howells)
Psycho Suite (Herrmann/Birchall)
Puer nobis (Bennett)
Püppchen klein, püppchen mein
Purest and highest
Purl Ground (Davies)
Purse and Scrip
Pushkin and Lermontov
Put your head, darling
Quand j'étais chez mon père (Anon/Britten)
Quanta qualia (Hawes)
Quartet for horn, violin, cello and piano (Simpson)
Quartet for oboe and string trio, Op 70 (Berkeley)
Qué li darem a n'el Noi de la Mare?
Queen Alexandra Memorial Ode (Elgar)
Queen and huntress, chaste and fair
Queen Anne (Warlock)
Queen Bean
Queen Elisabeth, her Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
Queer are the ways of a man I know
Quejas, o La maja y el ruiseñor
Quelle est cette odeur agréable? (Anon/Hawkesworth)
Quelle est cette odeur agréable? (Anon/Willcocks)
Quem pastores laudavere (Anon/Short)
Qui meditabitur (MacMillan)
Quia fecit mihi magna
Quick darts an eagle throuh the skies
Quick! we have but a second (Anon/Stanford)
Quien hubiese tal ventura
Quintet for clarinet and strings (Simpson)
Quintet for clarinet, bass clarinet and string trio (Simpson)
Quintet for flute, violin, viola, horn and bassoon, Op 7 (Arnold)
Quintet for oboe and string quartet (Bliss)
Quintet in D major (Vaughan Williams)
Quintet movement in B flat major, K516c (Mozart/Druce)
Quittez, pasteurs (Anon/Rutter)
R.B.T. (Allegretto)
Raag Gezellig (Pitts)
Rabbitsong
Raiders' dawn (Swann)
Rain comes down
Rain on Rahoon falls softly
Rain storm
Rambling I looked for an old abode
Ranworth
Rat and Mole meet
Reade me, reade me dear brother
Rebirth
Recession
Recessional, Op 96 No 4 (Mathias)
Recipe for love (Connick/Rice)
Recitative and Aria: Lento
Recitativo: Fantastico
Reconciliation –
Recordare Jesu pie
Recorder Sonatina, Op 41 (Arnold)
Red roses and red noses (Berners)
Reflexionem (Hawes)
Regina caeli (Howells)
Regis regum rectissimi
Regret not me; beneath the sunny tree
Reiselied (Mendelssohn/Asti)
Rejoice and be merry
Rejoice and be merry (Robinson)
Rejoice and be merry (Rutter)
Rejoice and sing (Rutter)
Rejoice in God, O ye Tongues
Rejoice, the Lord is king!
Rejoice, ye dead, where'er your spirits dwell
Reliable, efficient
Reliqui domum meum (Maxwell Davies)
Remember
Remember (Ireland)
Remember me (Chilcott)
Remember us also, O Lord
Remember your lovers
Remember your lovers
Remembrance
Remembrance (Todd)
Rending of the veil of the temple: Maya Atma
Renouncement (Herbert)
Repent and be baptized
Requiem (Chilcott)
Requiem (Howells)
Requiem (Rutter)
Requiem aeternam
Requiem aeternam
Requiem aeternam
Requiem aeternam I
Requiem da camera (Finzi)
Requiem, K626 (Mozart/Druce)
Requiem, K626 (Mozart/Finnissy)
Requiem, K626 (Mozart/Maunder)
Requiescant in pace
Requiescat (Butterworth)
Rest
Rest (Vaughan Williams)
Rest, sweet nymphs (Warlock)
Resurrection (Tavener)
Returning, wander weary
Rêve d'enfant, Op 10 (Sammons)
Reveille
Revelation Window (Hughes)
Reverie d'Amour, Op 20 No 2 (Bowen)
Reverie 'The God of love my Shepherd is'
Rex gloriae, Op 83 (Mathias)
Reynardine (Anon/Hughes)
Rhapsodic Quintet, Op 31 (Howells)
Rhapsody
Rhapsody (Bliss)
Rhapsody in G minor (Bowen)
Rhapsody No 4 (Howells)
Rhapsody: Recitativo stromentato
Rhosymedre
Rhyme
Rhyme (Walton)
Rhythm on rails (Williams)
Ribblesdale
Rich and rare (Anon/Britten)
Rich or poor (Bliss)
Riddle
Riddle song
Rimfire (Montague)
Ring of Kerry (Hope)
Ring the bells (Larsen/Bateman)
Ringleted youth of my love
Ripples (Sheppard)
Rise heart; thy Lord is risen. Sing his praise without delays
Rise to the challenge
Rise up shepherd, and follow (Anon/Rutter)
Rise up, my love, my fair one (Skempton)
Rise up, my love, my fair one (Willan)
Rise up, shepherd, and follow
Rise, underground sleepers, rise from the grave
River (Mitchell/Bullard)
Robin Goodfellow (Warlock)
Robin Hood Suite (Curzon)
Rockabye baby
Rockin' around the Christmas tree (Marks/Eteson)
Rollicum-rorum
Romance
Romance (German)
Romance (Vaughan Williams)
Romance and Pastorale (Vaughan Williams)
Romance de fonte-frida
Romance in A major (Bowen)
Romance in D flat major (Bowen)
Romance 'Jeux interdits' (Anon/Drake)
Romance No 1 in G flat major, Op 35 No 2 (Bowen)
Romance No 2 in F major, Op 45 (Bowen)
Romance, Op 37 (Saint-Saëns/Bryan)
Romance, Op 62 (Elgar)
Romance. Andante espressivo 'To Gwen'
Romance: Mary and the sailor
Romantic Residues (Roth)
Romanza: Poco adagio
Romeo and Juliet (Lambert)
Roncesvalles
Rondeau for horn and orchestra in E flat, K371 (Mozart/Roberts)
Rondo burlesca (King Pest)
Rondo for cello and orchestra in F major (Stanford)
Rorate caeli desuper (Bevan Baker)
Rosa fresca, rosa fresca
Rosa mystica
Rose kissed me today (Herbert)
Roses of Picardy (Wood)
Rouge et noir (Hartley)
Rough wind, that moanest loud
Roumanian Air and Gipsy Dance, Op 23 (Sammons)
Round and Round
Round Battle Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
Round, round, round goes the merry-go-round
Rout (Bliss)
Royal from day one
Royauté: Allegro maestoso
Ruchill Linn (Jackson)
Rude awakening! (Yarde)
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Marks/Forbes L'Estrange)
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Marks/Roberts)
Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z587 (Purcell/Britten)
Rumanian Folk Dances, Sz56 (Bartók/Herrick)
Run, shepherds, run! (Dove)
Running Set: Spring
Russian Funeral (Britten)
Rustic bridge
Rustic Idyll
Rustics and fishermen
Sabbath morning at sea
Sacred and Profane, Op 91 (Britten)
Sacred Sounds (Shearing)
Said King Pompey
Sail on, sail on (Anon/Britten)
Sailing by (Binge)
Sailing homeward (Gibbs)
Sailing with thee thro' seas of Erin
Sailor-boy (Anon/Britten)
Saint Anthony whom I bear
Saint Basil walks along the road
Saint Nicolas, Op 42 (Britten)
Sainte Marye Virgine
Sakura (Gynn)
Sally in our alley (Bridge)
Sally in our alley (Carey/Britten)
Sally is gone that was so kindly
Sally is gone that was so kindly
Salome. Suite (Lambert)
Salut d'amour, Op 12 (Elgar)
Salva nos, stella maris (Anon/Wishart)
Salvator mundi
Salve regina
Salve regina (Jackson)
Salve regina (Northcott)
Salve regina 2 (Jackson)
Salve, virgo virginum (Anon/Wishart)
Sanctify us by thy goodness
Sanctuary of the heart 'Méditation religieuse' (Ketèlbey)
Sanctum est verum lumen (Jackson)
Sanctus
Sanctus
Sanctus
Sanctus
Sanctus – I will lift up mine eyes
Sanctus and Benedictus (Pitts)
Sans Day Carol (Anon/Humphris)
Sans Day Carol (Rutter)
Santa baby (Javits/Springer/Springer/Mawson)
Santa baby (Javits/Springer/Springer/Thomas)
Santa Chiara 'Palm Sunday: Naples' (Ireland)
Santa Claus is coming to town (Coots/L'Estrange)
Santiago
Sapphic Poem (Bantock)
Sappho (Bantock)
Saraband – Minuet – Air (Purcell/Hess)
Sarabande
Saturn – The bringer of old age
Satyricon (Ireland)
Saul and the witch at Endor, Z134 (Purcell/Britten)
Save us, O Lord (Bairstow)
Savitri, H96 Op 25 (Holst)
Say who is this?
Scapulis suis (Malcolm)
Scared
Scene at Badger's house
Scenes from Parsifal (Wagner/Williams)
Scenes from the Saga of King Olaf, Op 30 (Elgar)
Scenes in America Deserta (McCabe)
Scherzetto for clarinet and orchestra (Arnold/Palmer)
Scherzo
Scherzo (Vaughan Williams)
Scherzo 'founded on an English folksong': Allegro moderato
Scherzo in A minor (Coles)
Scherzo: Allegro molto
Scherzo: The brumbies
Schlummerlied, Op 7 No 6 (Stanford)
Schneewalzer (Koschat/Richards)
Schuon Hymnen (Tavener)
Schwingt freudig euch empor, BWV36 (Bach/Roberts)
Scotch minstrelsy (Weir)
Scotch rhapsody
Scotch Rhapsody
Scots wha hae (Anon/Liddell)
Scots! Wha hae wi' Wallace bled
Scottish Concerto, Op 55 (Mackenzie)
Scottish Dance (Brade/McGowan)
Sea birds are asleep
Sea change (Bennett)
Sea change (Bennett)
Sea change (Bennett)
Sea drift (Delius)
Sea fever (Ireland)
Sea love (Bliss)
Sea pearl
Sea Pictures, Op 37 (Elgar)
Sea Pictures, Op 37 (Elgar)
Sea Pictures, Op 37 (Elgar)
Sea Pictures, Op 37 (Elgar)
Sea Pictures, Op 37 (Elgar)
Sea slumber-song
Sea Wandering (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Sea-longing (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser/Bantock)
Searching for lambs
Searching for lambs (Anon/Rutter)
Seascape ('For Kit Welford')
Sechs Gesänge, Op 13 (Zemlinsky/Austin)
Sechs Hölderlin-Fragmente (Britten)
Second Amen (Rutter)
Second sermon
Sed signifer sanctus
Sedebit Dominus Rex (MacMillan)
See how from far, upon the eastern road
See how the sun
See the child that Mary bore
See what his love can do
See! with what constant motion
See, dearest, how the rose (Swann)
Seed
Seek first the Kingdom of God
Seek him that maketh the seven stars (Dove)
Seek out light
Sehnsucht nach dem Frühlinge, K596
Sein Lauf kam von Vater her
Seinte Mari moder milde (MacMillan)
Senex
Sent as a present from Annam
September 'Earth, Wind and Fire' (White/Willis/McKay/Rex)
Septet (Metcalf)
Sequence for All Saints, Op 75 (Leighton)
Seranilla de la zarzuela
Serenade
Serenade (Bowen)
Serenade (Warlock)
Serenade and Dance of Spring
Sérénade de Printemps, Op 5 (Sammons)
Serenade for strings, Op 20 (Elgar)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 (Britten)
Serenade in C major, Op 41 (Holloway)
Serenade in F major 'Nonet', Op 95 (Stanford)
Serenade No 1 (Drdla/Hazell)
Serenade to Music (Vaughan Williams)
Serenade, Op 22 (Bourgeois)
Serenade: Morning dew
Serenades (Bennett)
Serenity (MacMillan)
Serious Dance, Op 51 No 2 (Bowen)
Sermons and devotions (Bennett)
Service in C major, Op 115 (Stanford)
Service in D (Bairstow)
Service in F, Op 36 (Stanford)
Set free Thy people, set free Thy servants
Set me as a seal upon thine heart (Walton)
Setting up the courtroom
Sevdalino, my little one
Seven American poems (Bliss)
Seven American poems (Bliss)
Seven come eleven (Goodman/Christian/Thornton)
Seven Danish Songs (Delius)
Seven Danish Songs (Delius)
Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op 12 (Quilter)
Seven Last Words from the Cross (MacMillan)
Seven Letters (Pitts)
Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Seven Sacred Motets (Finnissy)
Seven Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Seven Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Seven Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Seven Songs from the Norwegian (Delius)
Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo, Op 22 (Britten)
Seven trumpets (Young)
Severn Meadows (Gurney)
Severn Suite, Op 87 (Elgar/Farrington)
Severn Suite, Op 87 (Elgar/Geehl)
Sextet, Op 47 (Berkeley)
Shakespeare Scenes (Saxton)
Shakespeare's Kingdom
Shántih
Shard (Fitkin)
Shared Ground (Roth)
She borrowed some of her mother's gold
She hath grown cold, whose kindness won me to her
She in the hurling night with lucid simple hands
She is all harmony, all wonder (Swann)
She is far from the land (Lambert)
She is gentle and also wise
She is my love beyond all thought
She is watching by the poplars
She lived beside the Anner (Anon/Hughes)
She moved thro' the fair (Anon/Hughes)
She moved thro' the fair (Anon/Young)
She moved through the fair (Anon/Runswick)
She sent one after King Estmere
She sleeps so lightly, that in trembling fear
She weeps over Rahoon (Herbert)
She weeps over Rahoon (Hughes)
Sheep and cattle I hae nane, O
Sheep may safely graze (Bach/Petri)
Sheik of Araby (Synder/Smith/Wheeler/Thornton)
Sheila's next to Andrew and Andrew's opposite Marge
Shenandoah (Anon/Chilcott)
Shepherd Fennel's Dance (Gardiner)
Shepherd, leave decoying
Shepherds' cradle song (Park)
Shepherd's Pipe Carol (Rutter)
Shepherds, in the field abiding (Anon/Willcocks)
Shepherds, rejoice!
She's always a woman (Joel/Lawson)
She's like the swallow (Anon/Britten)
She's like the swallow (Anon/Britten/Matthews)
She's like the swallow (Anon/Chapman)
She's like the swallow (Anon/Chilcott)
Shestnadtsat Pesen dlya detey 'Sixteen Songs for children', Op 54 (Tchaikovsky/Lubbock)
Shoemaker, shoemaker, are ye within?
Shoo all 'er birds you be so black
Shoo all 'er birds you be so black
Short Mass (Burgon)
Short Sonata in C sharp minor, Op 35 No 1 (Bowen)
Shortening Days
Should I long that dark were fair?
Shu is away
Shûnya (Tavener)
Shy One (Clarke)
Siciliano (Dexter)
Siciliano for a High Ceremony (Howells)
Sie kam zum Schloss gegangen
Siege
Siegfried Idyll, WWV103 (Wagner/Lemare)
Siegfried's Rhine-Journey (Wagner/Gould/Williams)
Siesta (Walton)
Sigh no more, ladies
Sigh no more, ladies (Bush)
Sigh no more, ladies (Warlock)
Sigismund is dismissed
Silence and Music (Vaughan Williams)
Silent lay the sapphire ocean
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! Holy night!
Silent night! holy night!
Silent night! Holy night! – Stille Nacht (Gruber/Cleobury)
Silent night! Holy night! – Stille Nacht (Gruber/Cullen)
Silent night! Holy night! – Stille Nacht (Gruber/Darlington)
Silent night! holy night! – Stille Nacht (Gruber/Rutter)
Silent noon
Silent Noon
Silent worship (Handel/Jacobson)
Silver
Silver bells (Livingston/Cullen)
Silver, Op 30 No 2 (Gibbs)
Simon, son of John
Simple pictures of tomorrow (Chilcott)
Simple was I and was young
Simples (Bliss)
Since I from love
Since she whom I love hath payd her last debt
Since she whom I love hath payd her last debt
Since we loved, Op 13b No 7 (Finzi)
Sinfonietta No 1, Op 48 (Arnold)
Sinfonietta No 2, Op 65 (Arnold)
Sinfonietta No 3, Op 81 (Arnold)
Sinfonietta, Op 1 (Britten)
Sing
Sing a song of sixpence
Sing for the morning's joy, Cecilia, sing
Sing lullaby
Sing lullaby!
Sing lullaby. O slumber heavenly treasure
Sing O the wild wood, the green holly
Sing oh my love
Sing this night, for a boy is born in Bethlehem
Sing we merrily unto God our strength
Sing we merrily unto God our strength
Sing, mortals! (Bliss)
Sing, my tongue, the glorious battle
Sint lumbi (Weeks)
Sir Beelzebub
Sir Christèmas
Sir John Smith, his Almain (Dowland/Denoth)
Sir Roger de Coverley (Bridge)
Sir William Wallace 'Symphonic Poem No 5' (Wallace)
Sister Helen 'Symphonic Poem No 3' (Wallace)
Sit
Sitting under the mistletoe
Six Choral Folksongs, H136 (Holst)
Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Six Irish Fantasies for violin and piano, Op 54 (Stanford)
Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, Op 49 (Britten)
Six Monothemes, Op 13 (Matthay)
Six Pieces for organ (Howells)
Six Poems of Ruth Pitter (Head)
Six Sea Songs (Head)
Six Short Pieces for organ (Howells)
Six songs for children (Herbert)
Six Songs from A Shropshire Lad (Butterworth)
Six songs to poems by William Blake (Swann)
Six Songs, Op 33 (Venables)
Six Songs, Op 33 (Venables)
Six Studies in English Folk Song (Vaughan Williams)
Six Studies 'Study Variations', Op 56 (Leighton)
Skye Water-Kelpie's Lullaby (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Skylark (Carmichael/Rutter)
Skylark and nightingale
Skyspace (Pritchard)
Skyward (Davis)
Slaughter
Sleep
Sleep
Sleep
Sleep
Sleep (Warlock)
Sleep for the day is done (Effie)
Sleep, darling, sleep, the daylight
Sleep, my darling, sleep
Sleep, sleep, happy child
Sleepdogs
Sleeping Beauty Paraphrase (Tchaikovsky/Pabst/Hough)
Sleeps the noon in the deep blue sky (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Sleigh ride (Anderson/Vaughan Williams/Rice)
Sleigh ride (Delius)
Sleigh ride (Parrish/L'Estrange)
Sleighbell Serenade
Slip-stream (Skempton)
Slow, slow, freah fount, keep time with my salt tears
Slowly, silently, now the moon
Small talk
Small wonder the star
Smert 'Death'
Smiles, then kisses (Ancliffe)
Smilin' through (Penn)
Smoke gets in your eyes (Kern/Chilcott)
Smoking Cantata (Elgar)
Snowbirds (Head)
Snowflakes
So Abram rose, and clave the wood
So by my singing am I comforted
So by my singing am I comforted
So early in the morning, O: – (Bridge)
So fair and bright (Chilcott)
So hath your beauty
So I have fared
So in love (Porter/Burton)
So many true princesses who have gone
So perverse (Bridge)
So sweet love seemed (Milford)
So there’s my year, the twelvemonth duly told
So we'll go no more a-roving (White)
So white, so soft, so sweet is she
So you, O man, the eyes of whose heart are darkened
So ys emprinted (Frye/Wickham)
So, we’ll go no more a-roving
Soft music (Walker)
Soft rain
Soft winds (Goodman/Royal/Thornton)
Softly (Todd)
Softly a light is stealing
Softly the civilized centuries fall
Softly through the winter's darkness shines a light
Sokrates und Alcibiades
Sol Justitiae (Roth)
Solemn Melody (Davies/West)
Soliloquoy (Sheppard)
Solitude, Op 73 No 6 (Tchaikovsky/Hough)
Solovey i roza 'The nightingale and the rose'
Some ask'd me where the rubies grew
Some of the silence (Tann)
Some people praise red noses
Some people's dreams (Swann)
Some talk of Alexander
Somebody's sending me flowers
Somerset Pastoral (Boughton)
Somerset Wassail (Anon/Rutter)
Something lies beyond the scene
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
Somewhere (Bernstein/Friend)
Somewhere a star shines for everyone (Blake)
Somewhere a voice is calling (Tate)
Somewhere over the rainbow (Arlen/Lumsden)
Sonata for alto saxophone and piano, Op 56 (Painter)
Sonata for cello and piano in C, Op 65 (Britten)
Sonata for cello and piano left hand 'Les adieux' (Hough)
Sonata for clarinet and piano (Howells)
Sonata for clarinet and piano in B flat major (Cooke)
Sonata for clarinet and piano, Op 129 (Stanford)
Sonata for flute and piano (Poulenc/Berkeley)
Sonata for oboe and piano (Howells)
Sonata for oboe and piano in C major, Op 100 (Rubbra)
Sonata for piano (Lambert)
Sonata for trumpet and organ (Steptoe)
Sonata for two pianos (Bax)
Sonata for violin and piano (Simpson)
Sonata for violin and piano (Walton)
Sonata in A major, BWV1032 (Bach/Beznosiuk)
Sonata in A minor 'F-A-E' (Brahms/Bliss)
Sonata in D major, Op 94 (Prokofiev/Bliss)
Sonata in D minor (Glinka/Bliss)
Sonata in G, Op 28 (Elgar)
Sonata No 1 in E major, Op 18 (Howells)
Sonata No 12 in F major, Op 1 (Handel/Ashton)
Sonata No 2 in E flat major, Op 26 (Howells)
Sonata No 2, Op 87a (Elgar/Atkins)
Sonata No 2, Op 87a (Elgar/Carey)
Sonata No 3 in E minor, Op 38 (Howells)
Sonatina for flute and piano (Lloyd Webber)
Sonatina for piano duet, Op 39 (Berkeley)
Sonetto XXXI: A che più debb'io mai l'intensa voglia
Song
Song
Song
Song (Bowen)
Song (Herbert)
Song 46 (Gibbons/Dearmer)
Song and Bacchanal
Song for a new world
Song for Athene (Tavener)
Song 'I gaze upon you' (Jackson)
Song of a nightclub proprietress (Dring)
Song of June (Harvey)
Song of Songs
Song of the mavis
Song to the Seals (Bantock)
Song to the Seals (Bantock/Hough)
Songe d'Automne (Joyce)
Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op 74 (Britten)
Songs and Sonnets from Shakespeare (Shearing)
Songs for Achilles (Tippett)
Songs for Ariel (Tippett)
Songs for Seven Storeys (Chilcott)
Songs from County Kerry (Anon/Moeran)
Songs from the Exotic (Weir)
Songs from The Princess, Op 20a (Holst)
Songs in time of war (Roth)
Songs of a Roving Celt, Op 157 (Stanford)
Songs of a wayfarer (Ireland)
Songs of a wayfarer (Ireland)
Songs of a wayfarer (Ireland)
Songs of a wayfarer (Ireland)
Songs of a wayfarer (Ireland)
Songs of Courtship (Bevan Baker)
Songs of Erin, Op 76 (Stanford)
Songs of Eternity and Sorrow, Op 36 (Venables)
Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Songs of Faith, Op 97 (Stanford)
Songs of Farewell (Parry)
Songs of Farewell (Parry)
Songs of Farewell (Parry)
Songs of Farewell (Parry)
Songs of Farewell (Parry)
Songs of Farewell (Parry)
Songs of love (Todd)
Songs of peace (Todd)
Songs of perfect propriety (Barab)
Songs of the Countryside (Head)
Songs of the Sea, Op 91 (Stanford)
Songs of Travel (Vaughan Williams)
Songs Sacred and Profane (Ireland)
Songs Sacred and Profane (Ireland)
Songs Sacred and Profane (Ireland)
Songs, Op 34 (Rachmaninov/Pott)
Songs, Op 41 (Venables)
Songs, Op 41 (Venables/Lloyd)
Sonnet 'When most I wink' (Bridge)
Sonnet: Adagio
Soon to be born … I am alpha and o, and omega
Sophisticated lady (Ellington/Bennett)
Sore sea-longing in my heart
Sorrow and joy
Sorry too late
Sortie (Briggs)
Sospiri, Op 70 (Elgar/Quinney)
Sotto dura Staggion dal Sole accesa
Sound asleep (McGarr)
Sound drum and trumpet play
Sound the trumpet
South of the border (Kennedy/Palmer)
Spanish Serenade, Op 23 (Elgar)
Speak to me, my love! (Bridge)
Speak, music, Op 41 No 2 (Elgar)
Speranza (Turnage)
Spindrift (Ashton)
Spiral (Putt)
Spirit
Spirit here that reignest!
Spitfire Prelude and Fugue (Walton)
Spleen (Ireland)
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring (Bevan Baker)
Spring Carol
Spring Fire (Bax)
Spring grass
Spring is here
Spring scene in time of war
Spring sorrow (Ireland)
Spring will not wait
spring!may–
Spring, the sweet spring
Spring, the sweet Spring, is the year's pleasant king
Spurn Point
St Anne (Croft/Scott)
St Chad (Dearnley)
St Cuthbert (Todd)
St Denio 'Scherzo: Allegro vivace'
St George's Windsor Service (Howells)
St Godric's Hymn
St John Passion (Chilcott)
St Mark's Square
St Patrick's Breastplate (Anon/Stanford)
St Patrick's Magnificat (MacMillan)
St Paul's Service (Howells)
Stabant autem iuxta crucem
Stable Carol (Meakins)
Stand face to face, friend
Ständchen (Weir)
Star Candles (Head)
Star Carol (Rutter)
Star of God (Coates)
Stars of the summer night!
Stay with me, Lord (Todd)
Steal away
Steal away
Steal away (Anon/Blackwell)
Steal away (Anon/Brown)
Steal away (Anon/Chilcott)
Steal away (Anon/Dunstall)
Steal away to Jesus (Anon/Roberton)
Sterne mit den gold'nen Füsschen, Op 4 No 1 (Stanford)
Stikhi, sochinennïye noch'yu vo vremya bessonnitsï 'Lines written during a sleepless night'
Still, still, still (Anon/Gant)
Still, still, still (Anon/L'Estrange)
Still, still, still (Anon/Rutter)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Blatchly)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Bowers-Broadbent)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Rathbone)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Roberts)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Rutter)
Stille Nacht (Gruber/Rutter)
Stillness interrupted, kneeling, waiting
Stond wel, moder, under rode (Smith)
Stone
Stop it, Aggers! (Bremner)
Stopping by woods (Swann)
Storm
Storm
Storm (Weir)
Storm Surge
Straighten up and fly right (Nat King Cole/Mills/L'Estrange)
Strange dear, but true dear
Strange in the mist to wander!
Strengthen ye the weak hands (Buckley)
Strengthen ye the weak hands (Harris)
Strew no more red roses (Bridge)
Stride Dance
String Quartet (Berkeley)
String Quartet in A major 'On Greek Folk Songs' (Boughton)
String Quartet in A minor (Walton)
String Quartet in C minor (Vaughan Williams)
String Quartet in E minor, Op 83 (Elgar)
String Quartet in F major 'From the Welsh Hills' (Boughton)
String Quartet in G minor, L91 (Debussy/Morton)
String Quartet No 1 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 1 in B flat (Bliss)
String Quartet No 1 in D major, Op 25 (Britten)
String Quartet No 1 in G major, Op 44 (Stanford)
String Quartet No 1 'In memoriam …' (Montague)
String Quartet No 10 'For peace' (Simpson)
String Quartet No 11 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 12 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 13 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 14 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 15 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 2 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 2 in A major, Op 68 (Shostakovich/Morton)
String Quartet No 2 in A minor (Vaughan Williams)
String Quartet No 2 in A minor, Op 45 (Stanford)
String Quartet No 2 in C major, Op 36 (Britten)
String Quartet No 2 in F minor (Bliss)
String Quartet No 3 (McCabe)
String Quartet No 3 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 3 'In Gloucestershire' (Howells)
String Quartet No 3, Op 94 (Britten)
String Quartet No 4 (McCabe)
String Quartet No 4 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 4 (Williams)
String Quartet No 4, H188 (Bridge)
String Quartet No 5 (McCabe)
String Quartet No 5 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 6 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 7 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 7 'Summer eves' (McCabe)
String Quartet No 8 (Simpson)
String Quartet No 9 (Simpson)
String Quartet, Op 32 (Venables)
String Quintet (Simpson)
String Quintet in E minor (Bridge)
String Quintet No 1 in F major, Op 85 (Stanford)
String Quintet No 2 (Simpson)
String Sextet in E flat major (Bridge)
String Trio (Berkeley)
String Trio (Simpson)
Studies in the form of a Suite, Op 16 (Matthay)
Such a starved bank of moss
Sudden squall, sudden shadow (Winters)
Suite antique (Rutter)
Suite de ballet (Vaughan Williams)
Suite for organ, violin and cello, Op 149 (Rheinberger/Carey)
Suite for piano (Bevan Baker)
Suite for Strings (Gibbs)
Suite for viola and small orchestra (Vaughan Williams)
Suite for violin and orchestra, Op 32 (Stanford)
Suite from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Talbot)
Suite from Brundibár (Krása/Matthews)
Suite in D minor, Op 28 (Bowen)
Suite Mignonne, Op 39 (Bowen)
Suite No 2, Op 30 (Bowen)
Suite Osmanthus (Hough)
Suite popular Española (Falla/See-Schierenberg)
Summae Trinitati (MacMillan)
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer ends now; now, barbarous in beauty, the stooks arise
Summer ends now; now, barbarous in beauty, the stooks rise
Summer Eve
Summer Landscape (Delius)
Summer night (Gibbs)
Summer night on the river
Summer Nights
Summer Schemes
Summer schemes
Summer sunset (Quilter)
Summer's Last Will and Testament (Lambert)
Sun and moon
Sun, Moon and Stars (Maconchy)
Sun, Moon, Sea and Stars (Chilcott)
Sunayama 'Sand moutain'
Sunday night in the house
Sun-Gold (Lloyd Webber)
Sunny bank (Hurford)
Sunrise in your heart (Tavener)
Sunset
Suntanned, windblown
Suo gân (Anon/Guest)
Suo gân (Anon/Innes)
Suo gân (Anon/Rice)
Suo gân (Anon/Young)
Supper
Supplication
Sure a terrible time I was out o' the way
Sursum Corda, Op 11 (Elgar)
Susanni
Susanni (Corp)
Sussex Carol (Anon/Ledger)
Sussex Carol (Anon/Willcocks)
Swallows
Swansea Town
Swansongs (Chilcott)
Sweep thy faint strings, Musician
Sweet and low
Sweet Chance, that led my steps abroad
Sweet content (Warlock)
Sweet day
Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright
Sweet flag and cuckoo flower
Sweet Infancy!
Sweet Kitty (Anon/Webber)
Sweet little red feet
Sweet love remember'd (Panufnik)
Sweet Polly Oliver (Anon/Britten)
Sweet Suffolk Owl
Sweet Thames, flow softly (MacColl)
Sweet the merry bells ring round
Sweet was the song
Sweet was the song the Virgin sang
Sweet was the song the virgin sang
Sweeter than roses
Sweeter than roses
Sweetest of sweets (Howells)
Sweetheart, is this the last of all our posies?
Swete Jesu (Maw)
Swimming over London (Chilcott)
Swing low, sweet chariot (Anon/Knight)
Swing low, sweet chariot (Anon/Rex)
Swing low, sweet chariot (Anon/Roberton)
Swiss Yodelling Song
Sword Dance
Sylvia (Delibes/Hough)
Symphonic Dances, Op 45 (Rachmaninov/Filsell)
Symphonic study in C minor 'Falstaff', Op 68 (Elgar)
Symphony for cello and orchestra, Op 68 (Britten)
Symphony in A major (Berwald/Druce)
Symphony in A major, Op 3 (Lamond)
Symphony in D major, D615 (Schubert/Newbould)
Symphony in D major, D708a (Schubert/Newbould)
Symphony in D minor, M48 (Franck/Johnson)
Symphony in G minor, Op 35 (Lemare)
Symphony No 1 (Simpson)
Symphony No 1 in A flat major, Op 55 (Elgar)
Symphony No 1 in B flat minor (Walton)
Symphony No 1 in D minor 'The Gothic' (Brian)
Symphony No 10 (Simpson)
Symphony No 10 'Alla ricerca di Borromini' (Maxwell Davies)
Symphony No 10 in D major, D936a (Schubert/Newbould)
Symphony No 11 (Simpson)
Symphony No 2 (Simpson)
Symphony No 2 (Walton)
Symphony No 2 in C minor (Bruckner/Payne)
Symphony No 2 in E flat major, Op 63 (Elgar)
Symphony No 2 'London' (Vaughan Williams)
Symphony No 3 (Elgar/Payne)
Symphony No 3 (Simpson)
Symphony No 3 in B minor (Boughton)
Symphony No 3 in C sharp minor (Brian)
Symphony No 3 'Pastoral' (Vaughan Williams)
Symphony No 4 (Simpson)
Symphony No 4 'Of Time and the River' (McCabe)
Symphony No 5 (Simpson)
Symphony No 5 in D major (Vaughan Williams)
Symphony No 6 (Simpson)
Symphony No 7 (Simpson)
Symphony No 8 (Simpson)
Symphony No 8 in D minor (Vaughan Williams)
Symphony No 9 (Simpson)
Symphony No 9, illustrated talk by the composer (Simpson)
Tabarinage (Docker)
Take heed, young heart (Gibbs)
Take him, earth, for cherishing (Howells)
Take him, earth, for cherishing (Tavener)
Take not a woman's anger ill
Take thou this Rose, O Rose
Take, O take those lips away
Take, O take those lips away
Take, O take those lips away (Warlock)
Take, O take those lips away, Op 22 No 1 (Rubbra)
Take-off
Taking a line for a second walk I (Nyman)
Taking a line for a second walk II (Nyman)
Taking a line for a second walk III (Nyman)
Talking with my father (MacLean/Logan)
Tango (Nyman)
Tango-Pasodoble
Tango-Pasodoble
Tango-Pasodoblé
Taranetella-Sevillana
Tarantella
Tarantella (Farjeon)
Tarleton's Resurrection (Dowland/Denoth)
Te decet hymnus
Te Deum
Te Deum
Te Deum
Te Deum
Te Deum (Burgon)
Te Deum (Jackson)
Te Deum (Kelly)
Te Deum (MacMillan)
Te Deum (Rutter)
Te Deum (Todd)
Te Deum and Benedictus, Op 34 (Elgar)
Te Deum in C (Britten)
Te Deum in F (Ireland)
Te Deum in G (Vaughan Williams)
Te Deum laudamus
Te Deum laudamus
Te Deum laudamus (Briggs)
Te Deum laudamus (Leighton)
Te Deum laudamus (Sumsion)
Te Deum laudamus. Allegro moderato
Te Deum 'St Mary Redcliffe' (Howells)
Te ergo, quaesumus. Moderato e molto sostenuto
Te Lucis ante terminum
Te lucis ante terminum
Te re rem: Ecstatic chant
Teach me, O Lord, the way of thy statutes
Tears
Tears
Tears in heaven (Clapton/Recknell)
Tears of the Angels (Tavener)
Tears, idle tears
Tears, idle tears (Bridge)
Tell me not, sweet, I am unkind
Tell me the stories of Jesus
Tell me where is fancy bred
Tell me, lovely shepherd
Tell me, lovely shepherd (Boyce/Poston)
Tell me, some pitying angel, quickly say
Tell me, where is fancy bred
Tell out, my soul
Tell us, thou clear and heavenly tongue
Tema Sacher (Britten)
Tempi (Simpson)
Temporal Variations (Britten)
Tempus adest floridum (Anon/Gant)
Ten Blake Songs (Vaughan Williams)
Ten Compositions for organ (Grace)
Tenebrae factae sunt
Terly, terlow
Tevot (Adès)
Tewkesbury Road (Head)
Tewkesbury Road (Herbert)
Thalaba sets out again on his mighty quest: Poco allegro
Thank you so much, Mrs Lowsborough-Goodby (Porter/Burton)
Thanks be to God (Dickson/Brahe)
That mighty heart (Panufnik)
That night your great guns, unawares
That we may love again
That winter love spoke and we raise no objection, at
That yongë child
That younge child
The acorn that we planted will grow into a tree
The adoration
The advent
The agony in the garden
The Angel
The angel and the girl are met
The angel Gabriel (Anon/Gant)
The angel Gabriel (Maw)
The angel Gabriel from Heaven came
The angel Gabriel from heaven came
The angel Gabriel from heaven came
The Angel of Death has been abroad
The Angels (Harvey)
The angels appear on Christmas Eve
The Angel's Farewell
The Angel's farewell
The Angry Planet 'An Environmental Cantata' (Chilcott)
The Annunciation (Harvey)
The Apostles, Op 49 (Elgar)
The apple tree (Bennett)
The aquiline snub, Op 375 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
The Arcadians (Monckton)
The Archangel Gabriel's number
The Archer
The armed man (Jackson)
The arrival of the lorry
The Art of Fugue, BWV1080 (Bach/Simpson)
The Art of Fugue, BWV1080 (Bach/Tovey/Simpson)
The ash grove (Anon/Britten)
The ashtree
The aspens
The Aspidistra (Clarke)
The Assumption
The Auld Aik
The Aviary (Bennett)
The ballad of Semmerwater (Gibbs)
The Ballade of sweet William (Bennett)
The ballads of the four seasons (Bliss)
The Banks o' Doon (Anon/Roberton)
The Banks of Green Willow 'Idyll' (Butterworth)
The banks of my own lovely Lee (Anon/Webber)
The banquet at Toad Hall
The Bard of Armagh (Anon/Hughes)
The Barmy Army (Stilgoe)
The barrel of the drum
The bars are thick with drops that show
The Bassoon 'Humorous Song' (Ashlyn/Perkins)
The battle of Waterloo – The wee highland laddie (Anon/MacLeod)
The bayley berith the bell away (Warlock)
The Beasts of the Air
The beautiful city of Sligo (Anon/Stanford)
The bee (Bridge)
The Bellman’s Song
The bellman's song
The bells of San Marie (Ireland)
The bells, Op 14 No 2 (Gibbs)
The bereaved swan
The Bermudas
The best is yet to come (Coleman/L'Estrange)
The birch tree (Gibbs)
The bird a nest, the spider a web
The Bird Actors (Lambert)
The Bird of Morn
The Birds (Hickox)
The bird's lament
The Bird's Story
The Birlinn of the White Shoulders (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser/Bantock)
The birth of Nicolas
The Birthnight, Op 13a No 4 (Finzi)
The Black Loorgin 'A Hebridean Seafaring Song' (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Blackbird
The Blacksmith
The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation when our Saviour, at twelve years of age, had withdrawn himself, Z196 (Purcell/Britten)
The blind boy
The blue bird, Op 119 No 3 (Stanford)
The blue cuckoo
The boat is chafing (Gurney)
The bold grenadier
The bold unbiddable child
The bonny Earl O'Moray (Anon/Britten)
The boom and the bap (Fairclough)
The Boulevardier (Curzon)
The boy from Ballytearim
The boy guessed right
The boy visits the dragon's cave
The boys are up the woods with day
The braes of Yarrow
The Bridal Chamber (Tavener)
The Bridesmaid's Song
The bright field
The brisk young widow (Anon/Britten)
The British grenadiers
The buckle
The bunny
The butterfly, the cabbage white
The Call
The call
The call (Hawes)
The call of the morning (Lloyd Webber)
The Call of Wisdom (Todd)
The calligrapher's manuscript (Kaner)
The Carioca (Youmans/Palmer)
The Carman's Whistle 'Air and Variations', BK36 (Byrd/Grainger)
The Carnival 'Fantasia' (Hume/Perkins)
The Carousel Waltz (Rodgers/Hough)
The carriageway
the chapel of my childhood
The Cherry Tree Carol (Anon/Willcocks)
The Cheshire cat
The Cheviot Hills (Robson)
The Children
The Chimney-Sweeper
The choirmaster's burial 'The tenor man's story'
The Christ Child (Jackson)
The Christ Child (Todd)
The Christ child's lullaby (Anon/Gant)
The Christ-child lay on Mary's lap
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Gritton)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/L'Estrange)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Robertson)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Rutter)
The Cingalee (Monckton)
The Circus Girl (Monckton)
The cities are burned and consumed from the earth
The city's love
The Clock of the Years
The cloths of heaven (Dunhill)
The cloths of heaven (Gurney)
The Cloud of Unknowing (Pott)
The cloud-capp'd towers
The clouded Heaven (Bingham)
The clown's songs from 'Twelfth night', Op 65 (Stanford)
The cock has crowed
The cockle gatherer (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Colour (Milford)
The colour of his hair
The Comet at Yell'ham
The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z578 (Purcell/Britten)
The compleat virtuoso, Op 366 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
The contented lover (Warlock)
The Coolin of Rhum (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The cork leg (Anon/Hughes)
The Corpus Christi Carol
The country lover (Peel)
The courier will depart on the morrow for the front
The Cricket on the Hearth, Op 62 (Mackenzie)
The Cricketers of Hambledon (Warlock)
The crimson rose (Herbert)
The Crocodile (Anon/Britten)
The Crone's Creel (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The croquet match
The crucifixion
The Crucifixion
The crying of the women at the slaughter
The cuckoo
The Curlew (Warlock)
The Cyprian Goddess (Bantock)
The Dance Continued
The Dancer
The dandelion
The dark-eyed sailor
The darkling thrush (Hawes)
The Dashing White Sargeant (Anon/Roberton)
The dawn
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended – St Clement (Scholefield/Archer)
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended – St Clement (Scholefield/Rutter)
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended – St Clement (Scholefield/Scott)
The day's grown old; the fainting sun
The Deaf Woman's Courtship (Anon/Britten)
The Death Farewell (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Death of Balder (Hughes)
The death of Nicolas
The deep recesses of her odorous dwelling
The deep sea suckled me, the waves sounded over me
The deeps have music soft and low
The Deil o' Bogie (Scott)
The Delectable Mountains
The deposition from the Cross
The Desert
The Devil's Galop (Williams)
The Devon maid (Bridge)
The Devout Lover (White)
The Dew Fairy (Bridge)
The discreet hint (Scott)
The distracted maid
The Divine Image
The Doge's March
The dove and the olive leaf (Chilcott)
The Dowie Dens o' Yarrow (MacCunn)
The Dream of Gerontius (Elgar/Brewer)
The Dream of Gerontius, Op 38 (Elgar)
The Dream-City
The droll lover (Warlock)
The drowned lovers (Bingham)
The Dying soldier (Anon/Short)
The early morning
The early nightingale
The earth was green, the sky was blue
The Edinburgh Te Deum (MacMillan)
The eemis stane (Scott)
The Encounter
The Estuary
The evening primrose
The Evening Star
The Evening Watch (Rowarth)
The Evening Watch, H159 Op 43 No 1 (Holst)
The fair
The fairest flow’r of all, men call the rose
The Fairest May (Warlock)
The Fairy Lough
The Fairy Queen, Z629 (Purcell/Britten)
The Fairy Queen, Z629 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
The Fairy Tree (O'Brien)
The faithful bird 'y Deryn Pur' (Sammons)
The Faithful Lover
The faithless shepherdess
The falcon (Rutter)
The fall of the leaf (Holst)
The fall of the leaf, Op 20 (Finzi)
The falling star (Anon/Stanford)
The fallow deer at the lonely house (Bliss)
The false knight upon the road (Anon/Britten)
The Fanaid grove (Anon/Hughes)
The far country
The fatal hour comes on apace, Z421 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
The faucon hath born my mak away
The fear of the Lord (Howells)
The Fenlands 'Symphonic Suite for organ and brass' (Wills)
The fiddler of Dooney (Gurney)
The field 'Landscape'
The fields are full (Gibbs)
The fields are full (Gurney)
The fields are full of summer still
The fire is out, and spent the warmth thereof
The First and Last (Pitts)
The first blossom was the best blossom
The first fire since summer is lit, and it smoking into the room
The first good joy our Mary had
The first good joy that Mary had
The first mercy (Warlock)
The First Nowell (Anon/Rice)
The First Nowell / Mary's Child (Stainer/Ainger/Llewellyn)
The First World (Burgon)
The First World (Burgon)
The fleecy care (Anon/Gant)
The flocks of my master are blessed of God (Shepherd Boy)
The flooded stream (Gibbs)
The Floral Bandit
The Flower (Roth)
The flower garden (Part I)
The Fly
The Fly
The foggy, foggy dew (Anon/Britten)
The folks who live on the hill (Kern/Chilcott)
The folly of being comforted (Gurney)
The Food of Love, Book 2 (Carpenter)
The forest of wild thyme (Lloyd Webber)
The forgotten rite (Ireland)
The Founder's prayer (Tavener)
The Fountain
The fountains mingle with the river
The fountains mingle with the river
The Four Quarters (Adès)
The Four Temperaments (Simpson)
The fourth of August
The Fox (Warlock)
The foxglove bells, with lolling tongue
The Frieths' London house
The Frog Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
The frostbound wood (Warlock)
The Gadfly Suite, Op 97a (Shostakovich/Hazell)
The gael (MacLean/Logan)
The Garden
The Garden of Love
The Garden Seat
The Gardens at Eastwell 'A Late Summer Impression' (Lloyd Webber/Chowhan)
The garland
The Gartan Mother's Lullaby (Anon/Hughes)
The Gate
The Geisha (Jones)
The Geisha (Monckton)
The Geisha (Philp)
The gentle waves pavilion
The Gift
The gift of each day
The gift to be simple (Anon/Chilcott)
The girl from Corsica (Duncan/Trebilcock)
The girl I left behind me
The Girls of Gottenberg (Monckton)
The girls today in society
The Glens of Antrim, Op 174 (Stanford)
The glittering plain (Lawson)
The gods and goddesses gathered
The Golden Goose, H163 (Holst)
The golden ray
The Gondolier
The gong-gong
The Goose Dance
The Goslings (Bridge)
The gospel of St John
The grass of Yen is growing green and long
The Grasshopper
The Grasshopper's Dance (Bucalossi)
The gray mask high in the moutains
The Great Gate of Kiev
The Green Hills o' Somerset (Coates)
The growing limbs of God the Son
The gypsies
The gypsies came to our good lord's castle gates
The half-moon westers low
The hammers (Bliss)
The happy tramp
The hardy Norse-woman, Op 365 (Drofnatski/Stanford)
The hare
The harlot’s house
The Harper (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Haunted Ballroom (Toye)
The head of brass (Reynolds)
The heart-in-waiting (Chilcott)
The heart's assurance
The Heart's Assurance (Tippett)
The heart's desire (Ireland)
The heavenly aeroplane (Rutter)
The helmet now an hive for bees becomes
The Herald (Elgar)
The Herdmaiden's Song (Anon/Roberton)
The hills (Ireland)
The hippo
The holly and the ivy
The holly and the ivy (Anon/Cullen)
The holly and the ivy (Anon/Davies)
The holly and the ivy 'Fantasy on Christmas Carols' (Arnold/Palmer)
The Holy Boy (Ireland)
The Holy Boy (Ireland/Cameron)
The Holy City (Adams/Maybrick)
The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op 35 (Britten)
The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op 35 (Britten/Barley)
The Homeward Way
The hope I dreamed of was a dream
The hospital
The hours of folly are measur'd by the clock
The hours of sleepy night
The house of life (Vaughan Williams)
The Human Organ
The humble administrator's garden
The Hundredth Psalm (Vaughan Williams)
The Hundredth Psalm (Vaughan Williams/Douglas)
The Huntsmen: Allegro
The Hut on Fowl's Legs 'Baba Yaga'
The Hymn of Jesus, Op 37 (Holst)
The I AM Sayings of Jesus (Pitts)
The I heard sounds of merriment and junketing
The Immortal Hour (Boughton)
The Indian Queen, Z630 (Purcell/Britten)
The Indian Queen, Z630 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
The infant king (Anon/Willcocks)
The infinite shining heavens
The innumerable Christ (Scott)
The intruder
The invitation to the gondola
The isle is full of noises
The Isle of Mull (Anon/Roberton)
The Isle of Portland (Orr)
The journey (Ireland)
The keel row
The King and the Robin (Moore)
The King of Blis (Rutter)
The King of Denmark, his Galliard (Dowland/Denoth)
The King of Love my shepherd is (Anon/Rutter)
The Kingdom
The Kingdom of God, Op 38 (Wood)
The Kingdom, Op 51 (Elgar)
The knight met the child in the road
The knotting song, Z371 (Purcell/Britten)
The lads in their hundreds
The lads in their hundreds to Ludlow come in for the fair
The Lady in Red (Wrubel/Palmer)
The lady is a tramp (Rodgers/L'Estrange)
The Lake in the Mountains (Vaughan Williams)
The Lake Isle of Innisfree (Herbert)
The lake lay blue below the hill
The Lamb
The Lamb (Tavener)
The Lamb has come for us from the House of David (MacMillan)
The Lamentation (Bairstow)
The lamplighter
The land of lost content (Ireland)
The lark
The lark ascending (Vaughan Williams)
The lark ascending (Vaughan Williams/Bryan)
The lark in the clear air (Anon/Carter)
The lark in the clear air (Anon/Tate)
The lark in the clear air (Anon/Vaughan Williams)
The Larky Lad
The last ecstasy of faith and love: Pesante e risoluto
The last galop
The last invocation
The last invocation (Bridge)
The last rose of summer (Anon/Britten)
The last rose of summer (Anon/Cambell)
The last sunbeam
The last supper
The last time I saw Paris (Kern/Chilcott)
The Lawyer
The Lay of the Last Minstrel (MacCunn)
The lazy man (Anon/Chilcott)
The Leaping Galley (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The leaves fall gently on the grass
The Lent lily
The Lent Lily
The Lent Lily
The Leprechaun's Dance
The leprehaun (Anon/Joyce/Hughes)
The letter from Pluto
The licorice fields at Pontefract
The lily and the rose (Chilcott)
The Lily of a Day (Lehmann)
The Lincolnshire poacher (Anon/Britten)
The little boy that Santa Claus forgot (Carr/Connor/Leach/L'Estrange)
The little green lane (Anon/Lovatt)
The little grey bonnet
The little old table
The little red lark (Stanford)
The little road to Bethlehem (Head)
The little road to Bethlehem (Head)
the littlest bird
The lonely stranger
The long day closes (Sullivan/Lawson)
The long night
The long September evening dies
The long-departed lover
The Lord awoke as one that sleepeth
The Lord be with you
The Lord bless you and keep you (Rutter)
The Lord God planted a garden
The Lord is King, be the people never so unpatient
The Lord is my Light (Allitsen)
The Lord is my light and my salvation
The Lord is my light and my salvation (Rutter)
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd
The Lord is my shepherd (Berkeley)
The Lord is my shepherd (Stanford)
The Lord, even the most mighty God, hath spoken
The Lord's my shepherd
The Lord's my shepherd
The Lord's my shepherd
The Lord's my shepherd – Brother James' Air (Bain/Archer)
The Lord's my shepherd – Crimond (Irvine/Grant/Ross)
The Lord's prayer
The Lord's Prayer (Hawes)
The Lord's Prayer (L'Estrange)
The Lord's Prayer (Malotte)
The Lord's Prayer (Pitts)
The Lord's Prayer (Tavener)
The Lord's Prayer '1982' (Tavener)
The lost lover
The lost nightingale (Herbert)
The love in him was such
The lovely Lo-foh of the land of Chin
The lover's ghost
The lover's maze (Warlock)
The mad hatter's tea-party
The mad prince (Gibbs)
The mad woman of Punnet's Town (Bliss)
The Magic Island
The magpie's nest (Anon/Hughes)
The Maid of the Mountains (Fraser-Simson)
The Maid of the Mountains (Tate)
The maidens came when I was in my mother's bow'r
The Maid's Last Prayer, or Any rather than Fail, Z601 (Purcell/Britten)
The making of the drum (Chilcott)
The man from a far countree
The man in the moon (Scott)
The man who spills his soup (Anon/McMillan)
The March of Spring
The March of the Toys
The Market-Girl
The Masque begins
The master-of-nets garden
The Mating Dance
The mellow touch of music most doth wound
The Merchant of Venice (Rosse)
The mermaid (Anon/Vignoles)
The Messenger Boy (Monckton)
The miller of Dee
The miller of Dee (Anon/Britten)
The Minstrel
The minstrel boy (Anon/Britten)
The Miracle of the Spring (Chilcott)
The Mock Marriage, Z605 (Purcell/Britten)
The Mock Marriage, Z605 (Purcell/Clarke/Tippett/Bergmann)
The Modern Man I sing (Chilcott)
The moon for her (Garland)
The moon has set
The moon is above the city of Chang-an
The moon on the one hand, the dawn on the other
The Morning of the Year, H164 (Holst)
The Moth Requiem (Birtwistle)
The Mousmé (Monckton)
The Mummer's Play
The music makers, Op 69 (Elgar)
The next day they took him in to the armoury
The next market day (Anon/Hughes)
The night
The night has a thousand eyes
The night is come like to the day
The night of Trafalgar (Gurney)
The night when she first gave birth
The nightingale has a lyre of gold (Delius)
The Nine Gifts (Chilcott)
The Noonday Heat
The North Wind (Parry)
The oak and the ash (Anon/Bairstow)
The oak and the ash (Anon/Langford)
The oaks
The octogenarian
The Oddities (Dibdin/Britten)
The odour from the flower is gone
The Old Brigade (Barri/Slater)
The old brown thorn-trees break in two
The Old Clockmaker (Williams)
The old cypress tree at the temple of Zhu-ge Liang
The old fisherman (Scott)
The old house (O'Connor)
The old superb
The old turf fire (Anon/Hughes)
The old woman of Beare (Alcorn)
The Oliver Theme (Bax)
The one hope
The only child
The Orchid (Monckton)
The Overlanders (Ireland/Mackerras)
The owl
The Owl (Britten)
The owl and the pussy-cat
The Oxen (Britten)
The oxen (Gibbs)
The Oxen (Radcliffe)
The oxen (Rathbone)
The painted rose
The Palace Beautiful
The panther
The Passing of Beatrice 'Symphonic Poem No 1' (Wallace)
The Pastor
The peace of God (Rutter)
The peace of Jerusalem
The peace that surpasseth understanding (Tavener)
The Peanut Polka (Farnon)
The Penguin Song (Stannard)
The Phantom
The phoenix
The physician (Porter/Burton)
The Pibroch
The Pigeon Song
The Pilgrim's Progress (Vaughan Williams/Palmer)
The pine boughs past music, Op 39 (Venables)
The pine boughs past music, Op 39 (Venables)
The Piper
The Planets, H125 Op 32 (Holst)
The Planets, H125 Op 32 (Holst/Matthews)
The Playful Pachyderm (Vinter/Perkins)
The plough boy (Shield/Britten)
The poets are waiting
The Poet's Song
The poor soul sat sighing by a sycamore tree
The Preces and Responses (Leighton)
The Preces and Responses (Radcliffe)
The Preces and Responses (Rose)
The pride of the peacock is the glory of God
The primrose (Bridge)
The primrose in the sheäde do blow
The Prince of Sleep (Elgar)
The Princess look'd forth from her maiden bow'r
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z627 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
The Quaker Girl (Monckton)
The Quaker Girl (Monckton)
The queen of hearts' tango
The Queen's Epicedium, Z383 (Purcell/Britten)
The Queen's Maries (Anon/McVicar)
The Quest (Rutter)
The quiet heart (Collin)
The ragwort
The rain had fallen, the Poet arose
The rain it raineth every day
The Rainbow
The Rainbow comes and goes
The Rapid Stream (Elgar)
The Rapture: Danza
The rat
The recapture of Toad Hall
The Red Cockatoo (Britten)
The red fox, the sun, tears the throat of the evening
The rehearsal room
The Reiving Ship (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The rejected lover (Gibbs)
The Reluctant Dragon (Rutter)
The Reproaches (Sanders)
The resurrection
The return from town
The Reveille, Op 54 (Elgar)
The Ride-by-Nights: Con brio
The Ring Dance of the Nazarene (Birtwistle)
The Rio Grande (Lambert)
The Rival Sisters, or The Violence of Love, Z609 (Purcell/Britten)
The river bed
The river in December
The road climbs through changing land
The road goes ever on (Swann)
The road to Sligo
The roadside fire
The Roadside Fire
The Robin on the frosted twig
The romance of Count Arnaldos
The Room and the Street
The Rose (Todd)
The rose in the middle of Winter (Chilcott)
The roving dingle boy
The royal banners forward go
The royal banners forward go (Harvey)
The Royal Eurostar (Patterson)
The ruin of the Ku-Su palace
The Rules of Cricket 'A Psalm Chant' (Havergal/The London Quartet)
The Runaway Girl (Monckton/Kiefert)
The runner
The sacred flame (Ireland)
The sailor and young Nancy (Anon/Moeran)
The sailor boy
The sailor man
The salley gardens
The Salley Gardens (Anon/Britten)
The Salley Gardens (Anon/Britten/Barley)
The Salutation: Aria
The sauchs in the Reuch Heuch Hauch (Scott)
The scapegoat
The Scribe (Howells)
The Sea Reivers (Bantock)
The sealing of the tomb
The seasonal tale of Frosty the Snowman
The seasons of his mercies
The Second Coming (Tavener)
The Second Service, Op 62 (Leighton)
The seeds of love (Vaughan Williams)
The seeds of stars (Chilcott)
The Self-Unseeing
The seven joys of Mary (Anon/Whitehead)
The seventh angel (Bednall)
The sheep-bell tolleth curfew-time
The sheep's in the meadows
The sheep's in the meadows, the kye's in the corn
The Shepheardes calender (Bingham)
The Shepherd
The Shepherd
The Shepherd (Bingham)
The Shepherd's Carol (Chilcott)
The Shepherds' Holyday
The Shepherd's Night-Song
The shepherds of the delectable mountains (Vaughan Williams)
The shepherds sing (Chilcott)
The ship (Gurney)
The Ship at Sea (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Ship o' the Fiend (MacCunn)
The ship went on with solemn face
The ships of Arcady
The shoemaker
The Shoemaker's Wife (Dowland/Denoth)
The shooting of his dear (Anon/Britten)
The Shop Girl (Monckton)
The Shower
The sick heart
The sick Rose
The Sigh
The sigh that heaves the grasses
The silver swan
The singer (Gurney)
The singer (Warlock)
The singers are before the altar
The sinking of the Titanic (Bryars)
The skin
The sky is up above the roof
The Slaughter of the Innocents
The sleeping beauty (Gibbs)
The Slow train (Flanders/Swann/Plant)
The sly cigarette
The Snow
The soldier
The soldier and the sailor (Anon/Britten)
The soldier's return
The Soldier's Tent (Parry)
The Song of Songs (Bantock)
The Song of the Birds (Anon/Beamish)
The song of the blacksmith
The song of the creatures (Burgon)
The song of the girl ravished away by the fairies in South Uist
The song of the mad prince
The Song of the Reapers
The Song of the Severn, Op 43 (Venables)
The Song of the Severn, Op 43 (Venables)
The Song of the Severn, Op 43 (Venables)
The Song of the Severn, Op 43 (Venables)
The song of the shadows
The Song sung true (Weir)
The songs of the birds in the sunshine
The Songs of Today (Bennett)
The soul rests eternal (Sheppard)
The souls of the righteous (Lewis)
The souls of the righteous (Pott)
The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God
The Source (Tippett)
The Source of the Spring
The Spanish Gypsy, Op 1 (Stanford)
The Spanish Lady (Anon/Hughes)
The sparkling heavens (Todd)
The Spirit of England, Op 80 (Elgar)
The Spirit of England, Op 80 (Elgar/Grace)
The Spirit of Tallis (Tallis/Monks)
The Spirit of the Lord
The Spirit of the Spring
The splendour falls
The splendour falls (Gibbs)
The splendour falls on castle walls
The splendour falls on castle walls (Delius)
The sprig of thyme
The Sprig of Thyme (Anon/Rutter)
The Sprig of Thyme (Anon/Rutter)
The Spring has come (White)
The spring time of the year
The star of the County Down (Anon/Goodall)
The Star of the County Down (Anon/Hughes)
The star-filled seas are smooth tonight
The stars in their courses (McCarthy)
The Star-song
The Star-Song (Dove)
The Starwatcher
The stolen heart (Anon/Stanford)
The Storm on the Heath
The street sounds to the soldiers' tread
The stuttering lovers (Anon/Hughes)
The succession of the four sweet months
The Summer Cloud's Awakening (Harvey)
The Summer Game (Lloyd Webber)
The summer is coming (Howells)
The sun at noon to higher air
The sun goeth down
The sun has long been set
The sun is at rest
The sun is shining, the grass is green
The sun is shining, the grass is green
The sun is spent, and now his flasks
The Sunken Garden: Tranquillo ma non troppo lento
The sun's in his cradle
The swallows flew in the curves of an eight
The sweet season
The swimmer
The Sword in the Stone (Britten)
The Swordsman
The Syllables of Summer Birds
The tadpole
The tale of the oyster (Porter/Burton)
The tarrying garden
The Teddy Bears' Picnic (Bratton/Saddler)
The tempest (Bliss)
The Temple Bell
The ten hours’ light is abating
The thistles on the sandy flats
The three kings
The Three Kings
The Three Kings (Dove)
The Three Ravens (Anon/Chapman)
The Throstle (White)
The thrushes sing as the sun is going
The thrushes sing as the sun is going
The Tiger (Tavener)
The tiger-lily (Gibbs)
The tinker's daughter
The tocherless lass (Anon/Macfarlane)
The toil of day is ebbing
The toil of day is ebbing, the quiet comes again
The Tomb (Stanford)
The Too Short Time
The Toreador (Monckton)
The tournament
The Toy Trumpet (Scott/Warnow/Lane)
The tragedy of that moment
The tramps (Bliss)
The tree of life
The tree of life my soul hath seen
The tree of life my soul hath seen
The trees they grow so high (Anon/Britten)
The trellis
The trial
The Trial
The Trinity College Service (Briggs)
The Triumph of Love LIII
The Triumph of Victoria (Parratt)
The trumpeter (Dix)
The truth sent from above (Vaughan Williams)
The Tunning of Elinor Rumming
The Turn of the Screw, Op 54 (Britten)
The turtle dove (Anon/Lawson)
The turtle dove (Anon/Vaughan Williams)
The twa corbies (Gurney)
The Twelve (Walton)
The twelve days of Christmas (Anon/Austin/Humphris)
The twelve days of Christmas (Anon/Carter)
The twelve days of Christmas (Anon/Gant)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Anon/Keating)
The twelve days of Christmas (Anon/Roberts)
The twelve days of Christmas (Rutter)
The twenty-fifth hour
The two curved sticks of the drummer
The Tyger
The Uncanny Mannikin of the Cattlefold (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Uncreated Eros (Tavener)
The unthrift sun shot vital gold
The urchins' dance
The vagabond
The vagabond (Ireland)
The vain desire
The valley and the hill
The vane on Hughley steeple
The Vauday Part Songs (Hawes)
The Veil of the Temple (Tavener)
The very best time of year (Rutter)
The very best time of year (Rutter/Park)
The villagers and St George arrive
The violets blue (Bridge)
The Viper
The Virgin Mary had a baby boy (Anon/Rutter)
The visitor
The voice of desire
The voice of joy
The voice of nature
The Voice of the Bard (Jackson)
The Voice of water
The voices call
The voices of the multitude
The wake: Round the house and Mind the dresser
The walk to the Paradise Garden
The Wanderer (Elgar)
The wanderer (Gibbs)
The wanderer's song
The warm sun is falling
The warm treacle day dissolves
The Washington Post (Sousa/Winter)
The Wasp
The Wasps (Vaughan Williams)
The water is wide (Anon/Lawson)
The water is wide, I cannot get o'er
The water is wide, I cannot get o'er
The watergaw (Scott)
The Watermill (Binge)
The waves come rolling
The Way
The Way to Polden 'An ambling tune', Op 76 (Bowen)
The way you look tonight (Kern/Chilcott)
The wealthy Banker sits behind
The weary wave o' Tyne: Slow and sad
The wee cooper o' Fife (Anon/Davie)
The wee cooper o' Fife (Anon/Roberton)
The wee man (Scott)
The Weeping babe (Tippett)
The west wind
The Western Playland (Gurney)
The Westminster Waltz (Farnon)
The whale
The Whistler and his Dog (Pryor)
The white cockade (Anon/McVicar)
The white owl
The widow bird
The Wild Swan (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The wilderness and the solitary place
The willow song
The willow tree
The Winchester Service (Howells)
The wind
The wind from the West (Warlock)
The Wind in the Willows (Rutter)
The wind on the downs
The wind that shakes the barley (Johnston)
The wind was rising easterly, the morning sky was blue
The Windhover (Tippett)
The Windmill
The winter is gone (Vaughan Williams)
The winter it is past (Hughes)
The wish
The Witch of Atlas (Bantock)
The Witchery Milking Croon (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
The Women of Yueh (Bliss)
The Woodland Stream (Elgar)
The World (Tavener)
The world is charged with the grandeur of God
The world is charged with the grandeur of God
The world is waiting for the sunrise (Seitz/Lockhart/Thornton)
The world on fire (Cooke)
The world you're coming into
The world, the clustering spheres
The World's Desire 'A Sequence for Epiphany', Op 91 (Leighton)
The worst of it
The wraggle taggle gypsies, O! (Anon/Webber)
The Wren’s nest (Scott)
The year's at the spring
The yellow poplar leaves have strown
The Yorkshire Wassail (Anon/Humphris)
The youth of the heart (Swann)
Theatreland (Strachey/Bowden)
Thee will I love (Howells)
Thee, God, I come from, to thee go
Then bespake her father dear
Then gathered the chief priests and Pharisees
Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth
Then Judas, which had betrayed Him
Then King Estmere he took his harp
Then shall God also confess that thine own right hand can save thee (Chorus/Narrator/Job)
Then sing, ye Birds, sing, sing a joyous song!
Then they that gladly received his word
Then, through thy Temple wide, melodious swells
Ther is no rose of swych vertu (Anon/Wishart)
Ther is no rose of swych vertu. Instrumental realization (Anon/Wishart)
There are fairies at the bottom of our garden (Lehmann)
There are marvellous things said
There are seven that pull the thread
There be none of Beauty's daughters, Op 24 No 1 (Quilter)
There came from France
There is a bird on yonder tree
There is a fish, that quivers in the pool
There is a flower (Rutter)
There is a funny fellow
There is a garden in her face
There is a green hill far away
There is a green hill far away
There is a green hill far away – Horsley (Horsley/Scott)
There is a lady sweet and kind
There is a lady sweet and kind
There is a lady sweet and kind
There is a lady sweet and kind (Warlock)
There is a wind where the rose was
There is an old belief
There is no rose
There is no rose
There is no rose (Joubert)
There is no rose (Lane)
There is no rose (Preston)
There is no rose of such virtue
There is not much that I can do
There is nothing brighter than the sun (Rowe)
There is sweet music
There once was a little boy who went to school
There rolls the deep
There shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse
There they lie huddled
There was a child
There was a jolly miller once
There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee
There was a King in days of old, many treasures rare he owned
There was a man in the land of Uz (Narrator/Job)
There was a man was half a clown
There was a time when meadow, grove, and stream
There was a tree
There was a wee cooper wha lived in Fife
There was a wee copper wha lived in Fife
There was a young lady from Norway
There was an old man liv'd out in the wood
There was an old man of the isles
There was an old man of the Isles
There was an old man with a nose
There was no song nor shout of joy
There was no thought in any of us
There was once a great King Ra
There were three gypsies a-come to my door
There were three rav'ns sat on a tree
There where the sun first dwelt
There’s a spot in me heart which no colleen may own
There's a girl you may have met
There's a little brown road windin' over the hill
There's a star in the east on Christmas morn
There's a wideness in God's mercy
There's a wind where the rose was
There's a Yorkshire town, very bleak and brown
There's music in my heart all day
There's none to soothe (Anon/Britten)
There's not a swain of the plain
There's sorrow on the wind, my grief
These dusky evenings in December
These hours (Cruft)
These little Limbs
These market-dames, mid-aged, with lips thin-drawn
These Severn meadows knew
These three (Bennett)
These tokens of our love receiving
These visions did appear … (Boden)
They are all gone into the world of light (Tavener)
They are at rest (Elgar)
They had no vision amazing
They had not ridden scarce a mile
They meet in the pink dust of the city street
They platted a crown of thorns
They say into your early life romance came
They that go down to the sea in ships (Sumsion)
They that hate me without a cause
They that put their trust in the Lord
They that put their trust in the Lord (Orr)
They told me, Heraclitus, they told me you were dead
They were summoned from the hillside
They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace (Fraser-Simson)
Thine be the glory
Thine be the glory
Thine be the glory – Maccabaeus (Handel/Battiwalla)
Thine be the glory – Maccabaeus (Handel/Cleobury)
Thine eyes still shined for me
Things lovelier
Think in the morning
Think no more, lad
Think of how God loves you (MacMillan)
Third sermon
Thirsty fly
This
This ae nighte
This darksome burn, horseback brown
This day
This have I done for my true love, H128 (Holst)
This I do being mad
This is a sacred city, built of marvellous earth
This is a sacred city, built of marvellous earth
This is the day (Rutter)
This is the truth sent from above
This is the truth sent from above
This joyful Eastertide (Anon/Cullen)
This little babe
This love will carry (MacLean/Logan)
This night
This shall ye have of mine hand
This time of year (Orr)
This way to the tomb (Britten)
This wind wafts little creatures
This world from (Burgon)
This world, my God, is held within your hand (Howells)
This worldes joie
This worldes joie (Bax)
Thomas gemma Cantuarie primula
Thou didst delight my eyes (Gurney)
Thou fair-haired angel of the evening
Thou famished grave, I will not fill thee yet
Thou gav'st me leave to kiss
Thou hast made me, and shall thy work decay?
Thou knowest my lying down
Thou shalt make the princes over all the earth
Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness
Thou that makest the outgoings of the morning
Thou wakeful shepherd, that does Israel keep
Thou wast present as on this day (Pitts)
Thou, Almighty Lord
Thou, my love, art fair (Chilcott)
Thou, O God, art praised in Sion (Boyle)
Though the mountains be removed
Though the seas threaten
Thoughts have wings (Lehmann)
Thoughts of Phena
Thoughts while travelling at night
Three Antiphons (Tavener)
Three Belloc songs (Warlock)
Three Broadland piano preludes (Hawes)
Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
Three Carol-Anthems (Howells)
Three Carols, Op 17 (Wishart)
Three Carols, Op 25 (Leighton)
Three Carols, Op 25 (Leighton)
Three Carols, Op 58 (Anon/Gardner)
Three Choral Hymns (Dyson)
Three Choral Hymns (Dyson)
Three Choral Hymns (Dyson)
Three Choral Hymns (Vaughan Williams)
Three Christmas Pictures (Lane)
Three Dances for violin and orchestra, Op 7 (Howells)
Three Easter Anthems (Pitts)
Three Elizabethan Songs (Vaughan Williams)
Three Elizabethan Songs (Vaughan Williams)
Three Folk dances (Boughton)
Three Hymns (Maw)
Three Hymns (Maw)
Three Hymns (Maw)
Three Hymns for Chorus and Orchestra (Holst)
Three Hymn-Studies on Ancient Sarum Melodies, Op 25 (Pearce)
Three Idylls, H67 (Bridge)
Three Introits or Short Anthems (Bairstow)
Three Jolly gentlemen (Bliss)
Three Kings from Persian lands afar
Three Kings of Orient (Hopkins/Rutter)
Three Latin Motets (Birtwistle)
Three Mazurkas, Op 32 No 1 (Berkeley)
Three Middle English Songs (Howard)
Three Miniatures for solo violin (Benjamin)
Three Mobiles (Metcalf)
Three Moods for unaccompanied oboe (Berkeley)
Three Motets, Op 38 (Stanford)
Three Mozart Transformations, after Poulenc (Hough)
Three Organ Pieces, H56 (Bridge)
Three pieces for clarinet and piano, Op 26 (McCabe)
Three Pieces, H63 (Bridge)
Three Pieces, Op 28 (Howells)
Three prayers of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Moore)
Three Preludes founded on Welsh Hymn Tunes (Vaughan Williams)
Three Preludes on Welsh Hymn Tunes 'Household Music' (Vaughan Williams)
Three Recital Pieces (Lloyd Webber)
Three Rhapsodies (Dyson)
Three Rhapsodies, Op 17 (Howells)
Three Romantic songs (Bliss)
Three Sacred Songs (Head)
Three Shakespeare Songs (Vaughan Williams)
Three Shakespeare Songs, Op 6 (Quilter)
Three Shanties for wind quintet, Op 4 (Arnold)
Three Shelley Songs (Delius)
Three sketches (Brewer)
Three Songs (Bliss)
Three Songs (Ireland)
Three Songs 1926 (Ireland)
Three Songs 1926 (Ireland)
Three Songs 1926 (Ireland)
Three Songs for Jennie (Skempton)
Three Songs for Jennie (Skempton)
Three Songs for Jennie (Skempton)
Three Songs from A Shropshire Lad (Orr)
Three Songs of Fantasy (Head)
Three Songs of Praise (Dyson)
Three Songs of Praise (Dyson)
Three Songs of Praise (Dyson)
Three Songs of Venice (Head)
Three Songs to poems by Thomas Hardy (Ireland)
Three Songs without Words for oboe quartet (Boughton)
Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
Three Songs, Op 12 (Parry)
Three Spring Miniatures (Lloyd Webber)
Three Swans (Hughes)
Three Swans (Hughes)
Three Swans (Hughes)
Three Two-Part Songs (Britten)
Threnody for Walter de la Mare (Gibbs)
Threnos (Tavener)
Thrice happy lovers, may you be for ever free
Thrice-Holy Hymn: Resurrection
Thrills (Ancliffe)
Thro' the faintest filigree
Through all the night
Through bushes and through briars (Anon/Vaughan Williams)
Through gilded trellises
Through gilded trellises (Walton)
Through the Ivory Gate
Through the sunny garden
Thumbelina
Thunderstorms
Thus, thus begin the yearly rites
Thy Bin of Wine: Adagio – Allegro
Thy hand in mine (Bridge)
Thy hand, O God, has guided
Thy House and Lawns: Adagio
Thy perfect love (Rutter)
Thy shadow, earth, from pole to central sea
Thy Wit: Andante con moto
Tia Maria (Jack)
Tide be runnin' the great world over
Tide Harmonic (Talbot)
Tidings (Todd)
Tie the Strings to my Life, My Lord
Tigaree torum orum (Anon/Hughes)
Tiger! Tiger! burning bright
Tikvah
Till Earth outwears, Op 19a (Finzi)
Till I wake
Till the boys come home 'Keep the home fires burning' (Novello/Davies)
Till tomorrow (MacLean/Logan)
Time
Time to go (Sanderson)
Times have changed
Tintagel (Bax)
Tintinnabulum (Sheppard)
Tipperary 'Five Variations' (Goodhart)
Tiresias (Lambert)
'Tis awful silence then again
'Tis but a week (Bridge)
Tis but a week since down the glen
'Tis said, she was first changed into a vapour
'Tis spring; come out to ramble
'Tis spring; come out to ramble
'Tis the long blue head o' Garron from the sea
'Tis time, I think, by Wenlock town
'Tis time, I think, by Wenlock town
'Tis time, I think, by Wenlock town (Bliss)
Tit for Tat
Titania (Gibbs)
Tmesis (El-Turk)
To a Lady (Scott)
To a poet a thousand years hence, Op 13a No 1 (Finzi)
To a wild rose
To Althea, from prison
To an early daffodil
To be sung of a summer night on the water I
To couple is a custom
To daffodils
To daffodils
To daffodils
To daffodils (Herbert)
To Eire (Bax)
To every thing there is a season
To everything there is a season (Rutter)
To God
To Gratiana dancing and singing (Browne)
To her beneath whose steadfast star (Elgar)
To his angrie God
To his love
To his saviour, a child; a present, by a child
To Joy, Op 13b No 5 (Finzi)
To lie flat on the back with the knees flexed (Britten)
To Lizbie Browne
To Lucasta, on going to the wars
To Mercy, Pity, Peace and Love
To Morning (Jackson)
To my humble supplication
To one who passed whistling through the night (Gibbs)
To see a World in a Grain of Sand
To sing of water
To the heart of youth the world is a highwayside
To the memory of a great singer (Warlock)
To the Rose, Op 19 No 3 (Stanford)
To the soul
To the Virgins, to make much of Time (Dring)
To the Wicklow Hills (Lloyd Webber)
To those she saw most beautiful
To us in Bethlehem city (McCabe)
To violets (Gurney)
To Wei Ba, who has lived away from the court
To women
To you, consummate drinkers, though little be your drought
Toad in gaol
Toccata
Toccata (Hawes)
Toccata (Pitts)
Toccata (Pott)
Toccata aeronautica
Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV565 (Bach/Cortot/Hough)
Toccata and Fugue in D minor, Op 98 (Lemare)
Toccata di Concerto, Op 59 (Lemare)
Toccata for organ and tape (Harvey)
Toccata in A minor, Op 155 (Bowen)
Toccata on Te Deum laudamus (Briggs)
Toccata Prelude – Sarabande – Minuet (Purcell/Henderson)
Toccata 'Von Himmel hoch' (Edmundson)
Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major, BWV564 (Bach/Hess)
Toccata, Chorale and Fugue, Op 16 (Jackson)
Toccata: Allegro molto e con brio
Toccatina (Vallier)
Today is the beginning of our salvation
Today the grace of the spirit
Today the Virgin 'A Christmas carol' (Tavener)
Toll the bell
Tom Bowling
Tom Leminn (Stanford)
Tom o' Bedlam (Gibbs)
Tombeau in memoriam Igor Stravinsky (Birtwistle)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Anon/Rutter)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Anon/Willcocks)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Gardner)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Park)
Tony, from America
Tota pulchra es (MacMillan)
Touch her soft lips (Walton/Chilcott)
Touch her soft lips and part
Touch her soft lips and part
Toward the Unknown Region (Vaughan Williams)
Town and Country
Tradiderunt me
Tragödie, Op 14 No 5 (Stanford)
Transformation Music
Transformations
Transition to the field
Trash-Chest
Tre Laude Dolce (Bryars)
Tread lightly, she is near
Tremunt videntes angeli (MacMillan)
Tribus miraculis ornatum
Trigai gwraig bur gysglyd gynt
Trio for flute, viola and bassoon, Op 6 (Arnold)
Trio for horn, violin and piano (Simpson)
Trio for violin, cello and piano (Simpson)
Trio Sonata in C major, BWV529 (Bach/King)
Trio Sonata in C minor, BWV526 (Bach/King)
Trio Sonata in D minor, BWV527 (Bach/King)
Trio Sonata in E flat major, BWV525 (Bach/King)
Trio Sonata in E minor, BWV528 (Bach/King)
Trio Sonata in G major, BWV530 (Bach/King)
Trio Sonata No 12 in G major (Boyce/Craxton)
Trip and go, heave and ho!
Triptych (Bevan Baker)
Trisagion (Tavener)
Trisagion I
Troisième Choral, M40 (Franck/Hough)
Trottin' to the fair
Troyte (Presto)
True love (Porter/Burton)
Trumpet Tune in A (Johnson)
Trumpet Tune in D (Johnson)
Trumpet Tune in F (Johnson)
Trumpet Tune in G (Johnson)
Trumpeter, what are you sounding now?
Try again, Johnnie
Tryst 'In fountain court'
Tu claustra stirpe regia (O'Regan)
Tu es Petrus (MacMillan)
Tuba Tune (Cocker)
Tuba Tune (Lang)
Tuileries: Children quarrelling after play
Tune me, O Lord (L'Estrange)
Tune on my pipe the praise of my Love
Tuoll’ on mun kultani (Anon/Chilcott)
Turn back, O man
Turn our captivity (Pott)
Turn then thine eyes, Z425 (Purcell/Britten)
Turn you to the stronghold
Turn your eyes to the light
Turning away (MacLean/Logan)
Tutte le vecchie (Maio/Ortiz/Lawrence-King)
Tutto è sciolto (Ireland)
'Twas in the moon of winter time (Anon/Rutter)
'Twas in the year that King Uzziah died (Benjamin)
'Twas on a Monday morning
'Twas the first test of the Ashes series 1993
'Twas within a furlong of Edinboro' town
Twelfth Night, Op 40 (Mackenzie)
Twelve Pieces, Op 10 (Bonnet)
Twelve Short Pieces (Parry)
Twelve Songs, H174 (Holst)
Twelve Welsh Folk Songs, H183 (Holst)
Twenty-four Preludes in all the keys for pianoforte, Op 163 (Stanford)
Twenty-four Preludes in all the keys for pianoforte, Op 179 (Stanford)
Twice a week
Twice a week the winter through
Twilight Fancies
Twilight Hills
Two American poems (Bliss)
Two Anthems, Op 37 (Stanford)
Two Carols (Chilcott)
Two Carols, H91 (Holst)
Two Choral Fanfares (Hughes)
Two Choral Fanfares (Hughes)
Two Choral Songs, Op 71 (Elgar)
Two Choral Songs, Op 73 (Elgar)
Two Eastern Pictures, H112 (Holst)
Two English Folksongs (Vaughan Williams)
Two English Idylls (Butterworth)
Two Hadiths (Tavener)
Two Heroic Ballads (Bantock)
Two Hymns to Mary (Burgon)
Two Hymns to the Mother of God (Tavener)
Two Insect Pieces (Britten)
Two Latin Motets (Maxwell Davies)
Two Lips
Two little sausages
Two Love songs (Bliss)
Two Love songs (Bliss)
Two Nursery rhymes (Bliss)
Two Orchestral Interludes, Op 19e (Milford)
Two Organ Pieces, Op 83 (Lemare)
Two Parisian Sketches (Fletcher)
Two Partsongs, Op 26 (Elgar)
Two Pieces for small orchestra (Delius)
Two Pieces for strings from Henry V (Walton)
Two poems by Christina Rossetti (Swann)
Two poems by Oscar Wilde (Swann)
Two poems by Thomas Hardy (Swann)
Two Poems in Homage to Delius (Reynolds)
Two Poems in Homage to Fauré (Reynolds)
Two Polish Jews, one rich, the other poor
Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
Two September Songs, Op 18 (Quilter)
Two short songs (Warlock)
Two songs (Warlock)
Two Songs 1920 (Ireland)
Two Songs 1920 (Ireland)
Two Songs 1926 (Ireland)
Two Songs 1926 (Ireland)
Two Songs from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (Murrill)
Two sonnets by Edna St Vincent Millay (Swann)
Two unaccompanied partsongs (Delius)
Tyger! (Jack)
Tyger! Tyger! burning bright
Tyrannic Love, or The Royal Martyr, Z613 (Purcell/Tippett/Bergmann)
Ubi caritas (Mealor)
Ubi caritas et amor (Briggs)
Ubi flumen praesulis (Jackson)
Uist Cattle Croon (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Ullapool Sailor's Song (Anon/Kennedy-Fraser)
Um Mitternacht (Britten)
Umbrellaphant
Un beau matin, chez un peuple fort doux
Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle (Anon/Rutter)
Un sonnet d'amour
Und kehrt er einst heim
Und morgen wird die Sonne wieder scheinen
Und was die Sonne glüht
Under his feet the furrows run
Under the bower of night
Under the dark trees, there he stands
Under the deodar
Under the greenwood tree
Under the greenwood tree
Under the greenwood tree
Under the greenwood tree
Under the greenwood tree
Under the greenwood tree (Horder)
Under the greenwood tree (Howells)
Une voix dans le désert, Op 77 (Elgar)
Unpredictable but providential (Bingham)
Until (Sanderson)
Until my blood is pure (Wardener)
Untitled instrument piece (Anon/Wishart)
Unto the hills 'Wadhurst' (Tippett)
Unto thee lift I up mine eyes
Unto thee, O God, do we give thanks
Unto Thy word so tuned let me be
Unto us a boy is born (Anon/Shaw)
Unto you that fear his name
Up on the housetop (Hanby/Campbell)
Upon a bank with roses set about
Upon Paul's steeple
Uranus – The magician
Usherette's Blues (Nicholas)
Ut iam cesset calamitas (Anon/Wishart)
V Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo
Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Vagabond Songs, Op 10 (Farrar)
Vainly awaiting, some beguiling
Vair me o rovan o – When I'm lonely dear white heart
Vair me o rovan o, vair me o rovan ee
Vale of the waterfalls!
Valiant-for-Truth (Vaughan Williams)
Valparaiso (Sting/Lawson)
Valse
Valse
Valse Enigmatique No 1 (Hough)
Valse Enigmatique No 2 (Hough)
Valse gracieuse
Valse harmonique (Bowen)
Valse septembre (Godin/Brown/Lotter)
Van Dieman's Land
Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair (Collins)
Variations and Finale on a theme by Beethoven (Simpson)
Variations and Finale on a theme of Haydn (Simpson)
Variations de concert, Op 1 (Bonnet)
Variations for orchestra 'Enigma', Op 36 (Elgar)
Variations for orchestra 'Enigma', Op 36 (Elgar/Harris)
Variations for orchestra 'Enigma', Op 36 (Elgar/John)
Variations on a Russian folk tune, Op 10 No 12 (Carcassi/Walker)
Variations on a theme by Hindemith (Walton)
Variations on a theme by Nielsen (Simpson)
Variations on a theme of Corelli, Op 42 (Rachmaninov/Filsell)
Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, Op 10 (Britten)
Variations on a theme of Herbert Howells, Op 87 (Bourgeois)
Variations on a well-known theme (Hopkins)
Variations on an Easter Theme 'O filii et filiae' (Rutter)
Variations on an original theme 'Enigma', Op 36 (Elgar/Wills)
Vena comes, born of light
Venezia notturno
Veni Creator Spiritus (Maxwell Davies)
Veni Emmanuel (Anon/Helmore/Gant)
Veni Emmanuel (Anon/Lawson)
Veni Emmanuel (Peacock)
Veni Sancte Spiritus
Veni Sancte Spiritus (Rutter)
Venite
VENT (Fitkin)
Venus – The bringer of peace
Venus, take my votive glass
Veritas mea (Malcolm)
Vermilion Rhapsody (Dudley)
Verses (Bennett)
Verses on Saint Cecilia's Day (Bennett)
Vertue (Weir)
Vesper Responsory (Palestrina/Dearnley)
Vesper Voluntaries, Op 14 (Elgar)
Vexilla regis (Ireland)
Vexilla regis prodeunt
VI Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto: Presto
Videns Dominus (MacMillan)
Vidi speciosam (Todd)
Viens par le pré (Anon/Chilcott)
Vier Lieder, Op 27 (Strauss/Bliss/Glynn)
Vier Lieder, Op 96 (Brahms/Lemare)
Vigil
Vika (Joseph)
Village Rondo (Holst/Hatt)
Villes: Allegro energico
Villon 'Symphonic Poem No 6' (Wallace)
Vine, vine and eglatine
Viola Concerto (McEwen)
Viola Concerto (Walton)
Viola Concerto in A major, Op 75 (Rubbra)
Viola Concerto in C minor, Op 25 (Bowen)
Viola Concerto in G minor (Forsyth)
Viola Sonata (Clarke)
Viola Sonata No 1 in C minor, Op 18 (Bowen)
Viola Sonata No 2 in F major, Op 22 (Bowen)
Viola Sonata, Op 17 (Arnold)
Violets (Herbert)
Violin Concerto (Chisholm)
Violin Concerto in B minor (Walton)
Violin Concerto in B minor, Op 61 (Elgar)
Violin Concerto in C sharp minor, Op 32 (Mackenzie)
Violin Concerto in D major, Op 74 (Stanford)
Violin Concerto in D minor (Cliffe)
Violin Concerto in D minor, Op 17 (Erlanger)
Violin Concerto in G minor (Somervell)
Violin Concerto in G minor, Op 80 (Coleridge-Taylor)
Violin Concerto, Op 15 (Britten)
Violin Sonata (Bridge)
Violin Sonata in A minor (Vaughan Williams)
Violin Sonata in B minor, Op 7 (Bowen)
Violin Sonata in D major (Parry)
Violin Sonata in E minor, Op 112 (Bowen)
Violin Sonata in E minor, Op 82 (Elgar)
Violin Sonata No 1 in D major, Op 11 (Stanford)
Violin Sonata No 1 in D minor (Ireland)
Violin Sonata No 1, Op 15 (Arnold)
Violin Sonata No 2 in A major, Op 70 (Stanford)
Violin Sonata No 2 in A minor (Ireland)
Violin Sonata No 2 in E minor, Op 108 (Fauré/Freeman-Attwood)
Violin Sonata No 2, Op 43 (Arnold)
Violin Sonata No 3 in A minor, WoO27 (Schumann/Isserlis)
Violin Sonata No 3 in D minor, Op 108 (Brahms/Lemare)
Viri Galilaei (Gowers)
Virtue (Panufnik)
Visions (Rutter)
Vocal ensemble for hire
Vocalise (Bliss)
Voici le printemps (Anon/Britten)
Voiles: Modéré
Volcano (Simpson)
Vortex (Simpson)
Vox dicentis: Clama (Naylor)
Voyager (Davis)
Vumpire
W.M.B. (Allegro di molto)
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV645 (Bach/Bantock)
Wagtail and baby 'A satire'
Waiting Both
Waitresses
Wake Up! (Jack)
Wake: the silver dusk returning
Walk
Walking in the air (Blake)
Walking in the air (Blake/Forbes L'Estrange)
Walking in the snow (Howells)
Waltz
Waltz: Allegretto
Wan swan on the lake
Wanne mine eyhnen misten
Wapping Old Stairs
War broke: and now the Winter of the world
War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Warm whisp'ring through the slender olive trees
Warum huldigest du, heiliger Sokrates?
Warum sind denn die Rosen so blass? (Mendelssohn/Asti)
Was lebet (Anon/Scott)
Was weiss ein nie geküsster Rosenmund (Kálmán/Hough)
Wassail song
Wassail, and wassail, all over the town!
Watching the Wheat 'Bugeilio'r gwenith gwyn' (Thomas)
Water Dances (Nyman)
Water Lilies (Bingham)
Water party
Water Scenes, Op 13 (Nevin/Myddleton)
Wather's o' Moyle an' the white gulls flyin'
We are the music makers
We caught the tread of dancing feet
We go walking on the green grass
We need
We plough the fields and scatter
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We praise thee, O God
We rode all night through fields of darkness
We sing the praise of him who died
We sing to him whose wisdom form'd the ear, Z199 (Purcell/Britten)
We stood on the hills, Lady
We trusted that it had been He
We wait for thy loving-kindness, O God (McKie)
We wandered on a Mayday morning
We wish you a merry Christmas (Anon/Gant)
We wish you a merry Christmas (Anon/L'Estrange)
We wish you a merry Christmas (Anon/Rutter)
We wish you a merry Christmas (Anon/Short)
We wish you a merry Christmas (Anon/Warrell)
We’ve been a while a-wandering
Wearing worry about money like a hair shirt
Weary wind of the west (Elgar)
Weather report (Chilcott)
Weathers
Wedding and brief happiness of love: Meno mosso
Wedding Canticle (Rutter)
Wedding Song 'My Lord is all aglow'
Weep no more, nor sigh, nor groan
Weep not for me, O mother
Weep with me all ye that read
Weep you no more sad fountains
Weep you no more, sad fountains
Weep you now more, sad fountains
Weihnachtslieder, Op 8 (Cornelius/Atkins)
Weihnachtslieder, Op 8 (Cornelius/Layton)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome all wonders (Bednall)
Welcome be thou, heavenly king
Welcome sweet and sacred feast, Op 27 No 3 (Finzi)
Welcome, maids-of-honour!
Welcome, Yule! (Parry)
We'll go no more a-roving (Swann)
Well met, well met my own true love
We'll to the woods no more
We'll to the woods no more (Ireland)
We'll to the woods no more (Ireland)
Wellcome, all wonders in one sight! (Dove)
Wells Jubilate (Rutter)
Wells Service (Bingham)
Wenn nachts das Gespenst erscheint
Were I at the Moss House where the birds do increase
Were you there? (Anon/Roberton)
Wessex (Surplice/Caesar)
Westminster Mass (Panufnik)
Westminster Service (Howells)
Wexford Carol (Anon/Rutter)
Whanne ic se on Rode
what a proud dreamhorse
What art thou thinking of? (Ireland)
What art thou? From what causes dost thou spring?
What bruises do I see!
What can I say to you? How can I now retract
What can it be? (Jeanie)
What can we poor females do?, Z518 (Purcell/Britten)
What cheer? (Walton)
What child is this? (Anon/Chilcott)
What child is this? (Anon/Rutter)
What child is this? (Gant)
What does little birdie say?
What dost thou here, Christian?
What God is, we do not know
What if a day (Dowland/Denoth)
What if this present were the world's last night?
What is hid in the heart of a rose, mother mine?
What is that? … Nothing
What is the sorrow of the wind, Isobel?
What is this life if, full of care
What is this lovely fragrance? (Anon/Willan)
What is this thing called love? (Porter/Burton)
What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why
What love is this of thine? (Leighton)
What part of dread eternity
What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?
What shall I bring you?
What shall I do to show how much I love her?
What shall I your true love tell? (Bridge)
What sweeter music (Bennett)
What sweeter music? (Rutter)
What sweeter musick can we bring?
What wealth of rapture
What will they give me, when journey’s done?
What will they give me, when journey's done?
What, then, did I want?
What's in your mind, my dove, my coney
What's this morn's bright eye to me
Wheesht, wheesht (Scott)
When a bad, bad boy like me
When a knight won his spurs (Anon/Lamb)
When an old cricketer leaves the crease (Harper)
When Cid saw this
When comes my Gwen
When Criste was borne, an angell bright
When daffodils begin to peer
When daffodils begin to peer
When daffodils begin to peer
When daisies pied
When daisies pied and violets blue
When David heard that Absolon was slain
When Death to either shall come (Herbert)
When first we met
When friendly summer calls again
When green buds hang in the elm like dust
When he is King we will give him the King's gifts
When I am dead, my dearest
When I am dead, my dearest
When I am dead, my dearest (Ireland)
When I am old (Ireland)
When I fall in love (Young/L'Estrange)
When I had money, money, O!
When I have passed
When I have sung my songs (Charles)
When I have, in the name of the Baptist
When I marry Amelia
When I pass down the street and see the people smiling so
When I play on my fiddle in Dooney
When I see on rood (Barlow)
When I set out for Lyonnesse
When I survey the bright celestial sphere
When I survey the wondrous Cross
When I survey the wondrous cross
When I survey the wondrous Cross – Rockingham (Miller/Rutter)
When I was a bachelor I lived all alone
When I was a young man I hadn’t a penny
When I was bound apprentice in famous Lincolnshire
When I was in trouble I called upon the Lord and he heard me
When I was one-and-twenty
When I was one-and-twenty
When I was one-and-twenty (Bliss)
When I was one-and-twenty (Gibbs)
When I watch the living meet
When icicles hang (Rutter)
When icicles hang (Rutter)
When icicles hang (Rutter)
When icicles hang by the wall
When icicles hang by the wall
When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes (Parry)
When Israel came out of Egypt
When Israel came out of Egypt
When Israel was a child (Hawes)
When Johnny comes marching home (Lemare)
When lads were home from labour
When lawyers strive to heal a breach
When Love beckons to you, follow him
When Love with unconfined wings
When maidens are young
When Myra sings, Z521 (Purcell/Britten)
When once the sun sinks in the west
When Planets first their stately measures trod
When Shakespeare came to London
When she loved me (Newman/Lawson)
When smoke stood up from Ludlow
When swallows dart from cottage eves
When that I was and a little tiny boy
When that I was and a little tiny boy
When the children go to play
When the day is done and the ball has spun
When the dew is falling (Howells)
When the lad for longing sighs
When the lights go rolling round the sky (Ireland)
When the Lord turned again the captivity of Sion
When the saints go marching in
When the sun with great flashes of grandeur
When through life unblest we rove (Anon/Moore/Hughes)
When to the temple Mary went (Chilcott)
When we lay where Budmouth Beach is, o the girls were fresh as peaches
When weary wretches sink to sleep
When wedding fiddles are a-playing
When you and I go down
When you are happy, friend o’ mine
When you are old and gray (Bridge)
When you went down to Bethlehem
When you're feeling like expressing your affection (Britten)
When, cruel fair one, I am slain
Whence came ye, jolly Satyrs, whence came ye?
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing (Anon/Barber)
Whence! Andante delicato
Whenever the moon and the stars are set
Where are the boys of the old Brigade
Where be you going, you Devon maid?
Where can we walk and make our feet belong?
Where corals lie
Where does the uttered music go? (Walton)
Where go the boats?
Where is it that our soul doth go? (Bridge)
Where is landlord of old Hawk and Buckle
Where she lies asleep (Bridge)
Where the bee sucks
Where water waits
Where while I seek you, Echo, do you live, Love? – Come, ye sorrowful and steep
Where would you get your coat? (Porter/Burton)
Where, oh where? (Porter/Dring)
Where'er my bitter teardrops fall (Bridge)
Wherewolf
Whether I find thee
Whether it's dusk or dawn's first light
While by the sheep we watched at night
While London's fast asleep (Dacre)
While shepherds watched
While shepherds watched their flocks by night
While tearing off a game of golf
While that the sun with his beams hot
While the moon her watch is keeping
While you here do snoring lie
Whilst shepherds watched their flocks by night
White and green
White Christmas (Berlin/Cullen)
White Christmas (Berlin/Davies)
White Christmas (Berlin/Rice)
White eggs in the bush
White in the moon the long road lies (Horder)
White ribbon (Wardener)
Whither must I wander?
Whither shall I go
Who are these angels? (MacMillan)
Who are these children?
Who can dwell with greatness! (Parry)
Who goes there, brushing through the dark drenched Spring?
Who is Silvia
Who is Silvia?
Who is Silvia?
Who is Silvia? (Horder)
Who is there? Whence come ye?
Who is this fair one?
Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? (Chorus)
Who my heart has free from sorrow deep unbound
Who shut up the sea with doors? (Chorus)
Who stole my heart away? (Kern/Chilcott)
Who will walk with thee, Kirsteen
Who would shepherds pipe, Op 21 No 3 (Farrar)
Whoever stole you from that bush of broom
Whose woods are these I think I know
Whoso dwelleth under the defence of the most High
Whoso dwelleth under the defence of the most High
Why boastest thou thyself, thou tyrant?
Why died I not from the womb? (Job)
Why do the heathen so furiously rage together?
Why does your brand sae drop wi' blude
Why o'er the dark'ning hill-slopes
Why should I sit and sigh, puin' bracken, puin' bracken
Why so pale and wan?
Why these bitter words of the dying?
Why was I born? (Kern/Chilcott)
Why were you born when the snow was falling?
Wi' a hundred pipers (Anon/Mansfield)
Widdicombe Fair (Anon/Langford)
Wie des Mondes Abbild zittert, Op 7 No 2 (Stanford)
Wie ist es denn, dass trüb und schwer
Wild Cat Kelly, looking mighty pale
Wild with passion 'Song on the water' (Britten)
Wild Wood Carol (Rutter)
Will my tiny spark of being wholly vanish in your deeps and heights?
Will you come homeward from the hills of Dreamland?
Will you go with me? (Murray)
Will you see the infancy of this sublime and celestial greatness?
William and Mary, Op 106 (Bourgeois)
Willow song
Willow, willow, willow (Parry)
Wilt thou disannul judgment? (Chorus)
Wilt thou forgive that Sin, where I began?
Wilt thou go with me, sweet maid
Wilt thou go with me, sweet maid?
Wimbledon Idyll (Kit and the Widow)
Winchester Cathedral (Stephens/Lumsden)
Winchester Te Deum (Rutter)
Wind Sextet (Britten)
Winding wind (Garland)
Wind-Sprites
Windy Nights
Windy nights
Wings of the morning (Rutter)
Winter
Winter
Winter
Winter
Winter (Gardiner)
Winter Heavens (Jackson)
Winter nights
Winter nights
Winter wakeneth al my care
Winter wakeneth all my care
Winter wakeneth all my care
Winter Wonderland (Bernard/L'Estrange)
Winter Words, Op 52 (Britten)
Wir glauben all an einen Gott, BWV740 (Bach/Whittaker)
Wir wandelten, wir zwei zusammen
Witches' song (Britten)
With a man of leisure
With glass like a bull's-eye
With perfume heavily laden the roses droop their heads
With proud thanksgiving
With rue my heart is laden
With rue my heart is laden
With rue my heart is laden
With short, sharp, violent lights made vivid
With shouts and squeals
With thy true love I have more wealth
Within and without
Within his car, aloft, young Bacchus stood
Within the woodlands, flow'ry gladed
Without arms or charm of culture
Without you no rose can grow
Wolcum Yole!
Women at munition making
Wonder: Arioso
Wonderful Christmastime (McCartney/Rice)
Wonderwall 'Oasis' (Gallagher/Recknell)
Woodland love: Romance
Woodland Revel (Melachrino)
Woodland Sketches, Op 51 (MacDowell/Woodhouse)
Word over all, beautiful as the sky
Worry about money
Written on terrestrial things
Xylophonophobia
Ya dumal, serdtse pozabïlo 'My heart, I fancied it was over'
Ya vas lyubil 'I loved you once' (Swann)
Yarmouth Fair (Warlock)
Yatch
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon (Anon/Liddell)
Ye blessèd Creatures, I have heard the call
Ye choirs of New Jerusalem, Op 123 (Stanford)
Ye elves of hills, brooks
Ye heavens! from high the dewy nectar pour
Ye Hielands and ye Low-lands
Ye holy angels bright
Ye holy angels bright
Ye holy angels bright
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall's 148th (Darwall/Gray)
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall's 148th (Darwall/Scott)
Ye little birds that sit and sing
Ye that have spent the silent night
Ye that pasen by
Yea, cast me from heights
Yellow eye
Yes he is Time
Yes. Why do we all, seeing a soldier, bless him?
Yesterday I was at work teaching Christ to lift his cross
Yesterdays/They didn't believe me (Kern/Chilcott)
Yestreen the queen had four Maries
Yet if his Majesty, our sovran Lord
Yif ic of luve can
Yo ho, little girls, yo ho!
Yo me iba, mi madre
Yonder the mountain flowers are out
You and I will touch the sun
You are my sky (Gurney)
You are the evening cloud floating in the sky of my dreams
You are the new day
You are with me always
You can close your eyes (Taylor/Lawson)
You cannot dream things lovelier (Head)
You couldn't stop a lover (Anon/Hughes)
You do something to me (Porter/Burton)
You have seen the house built (Todd)
You have shown my mystery
You have two sides
You mantle yourself in light
You smile upon your friend today
You that have spent the silent night
You'd be so nice to come home to (Porter/Burton)
Young Apollo, Op 16 (Britten)
Young men walking the open streets
Young Venevil
Youngling fair, and dear delight
Your eyën two
Your gentleness, O God of grace
Your hands lie open in the long fresh grass
Your hands lie open in the long fresh grass
Your hearts are lifted up
Your Molly has never been false, she declares
You're taking such good care of me
Youth and love
You've got to be a cricket hero (Sherman/Fields/Lewis/Tupper/Nichols)
You've had lots of songs about roses
You've heard of me, of course
Ypakoë (Tavener)
Ysobel (Andantino)
Yuuyake koyakeno akatombo
Zadok the Priest (Lawes/Gant)
Zagzig
Zai na yao de di fang (Anon/Lawson)
Zarabanda solitaria (Lord)
Zeinab's theme: Molto più lento
Zigeunerweisen, Op 20 (Sarasate/Hazell)
Zut, zut, zut (Elgar)
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