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A jubilant song (Clausen)
A Night Song (Ives)
A nun takes the veil 'Heaven-haven'
A Song – For Anything (Ives)
Adieu, good man devil
Ah! To be all alone in a little cell
All the folk we love and me … Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Alleluia (Rorem)
An old song re-sung (Griffes)
Are you the new person drawn toward me? (Rorem)
As down the road she wambled slow
At St Patrick's Purgatory
At the cry of the first bird
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, 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)
Berceuse 'Cradle song', RO27 Op 47 (Gottschalk)
Bessie Bobtail
Blow, blow, thou winter wind
Catullus: On the burial of his brother (Rorem)
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Church Bell at Night
Close my darling both your eyes
Come away, death
Comment on war (Rorem)
Concert paraphrase of 'The song of the soldiers of the sea' 'The marines' hymn' (Gimpel/Offenbach)
Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Lawson)
Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Nieper)
Cradle song (Kirkpatrick/Short)
Desdemona's song
Do not love too long (Rorem)
Do you recall that night in June when first we met?
Dreamsongs (Kernis)
Dying sun, shine warm a little longer!
Early in the morning (Rorem)
Evensong (Paulus)
Éyze shéleg 'What snow!'
Five Shakespeare Songs (Thomson)
Floating Dreamsongs
For Susan (Rorem)
For the rain, it raineth every day
Four Shakespeare Songs, Op 31 (Korngold)
Four Songs, Op 13 (Barber)
Four Songs, Op 13 (Barber)
Four Songs, Op 13 (Barber)
Full of life now (Rorem)
Go, lovely Rose
Good people keep their holy day
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hermit Songs, Op 29 (Barber)
Hey Robin
hope, faith, life, love
How foolish the man who does not raise
How hard the year dies: no frost yet
Hymn for evening (Rorem)
I am gone, sir
I do not know with whom Edan will sleep
I have desired to go
I hear an army
I hide myself
I saw a ship a-sailing, a-sailing, a-sailing
I strolled across an open field (Rorem)
i thank You God for most this amazing day
I will always love you (Rorem)
I will take nothing from my Lord, said she
i will wade out
I would like to have the men of Heaven in my own house
In the mornin' (Anon/Ives)
In the scented bud of the morning – O
Intercession in Late October
It has broken us, it has crushed us
Jeanie with the light brown hair (Rorem)
Kora Song
La Cucaracha (Anon/Atmajian)
Lament for Pasiphaë
Lárov 'Mostly'
Le songe d'une nuit d'été 'Caprice élégant', RO240 Op 9 (Gottschalk)
Like Snow
Look down, fair moon (Rorem)
Louisiana Story – Acadian Songs and Dances (Thomson)
Madrigali. Six 'Fire Songs' on Italian Renaissance Poems (Lauridsen)
Mid-Winter Songs (Lauridsen)
Nocturne
Now sleeps the crimson petal (Rorem)
O have mercy Lord on me
O mistress mine
O my night love!
O to make the most jubilant song
Old lady in the herb garden
On a singing girl (Rorem)
On an echoing road (Rorem)
Orchids (Rorem)
Pangur, white Pangur
Pity me on my pilgrimage to Loch Derg!
Promiscuity
Rain has fallen
Rain in Spring (Rorem)
Rakút 'Tenderness'
Requiescat (Rorem)
Sea Snatch
See how the moon has risen
She tells her love while half asleep
Sigh no more, ladies
Sleep now
Sometimes with one I love (Rorem)
Song to the witch of the cloisters (Corigliano)
Songs my mother taught me (Ives)
Songs of the clown, Op 29 (Korngold)
Songs, Op 34 (Rachmaninov/Potts)
St Ita's Vision
Stirring suddenly from long hibernation
Stopping by woods on a snowy evening (Rorem)
Sure on this shining night
Sweet little bell, struck on a windy night
Temuná 'A picture'
That shadow, my likeness (Rorem)
The Beggar's Song (Barber)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Gritton)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Knight)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/L'Estrange)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Robertson)
The Christmas song (Tormé/Wells/Rutter)
The Crucifixion
The Daisies
The Desire for Hermitage
The Monk and his Cat
The poor soul sat sighing by a sycamore tree
The Praises of God
The Rainbow (Rorem)
The Serpent (Rorem)
The song of songs 'Chanson du cœur brisé' (Vicars)
The wonderful widow of eighteen springs (Cage)
The year's at the spring
The young May moon is beaming, love
Their lonely betters (Rorem)
Three Browning Songs, Op 44 (Beach)
Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
Three Flower Songs (Whitacre)
Three Songs of Praise (Whitacre)
Three Songs, Op 10 (Barber)
Three Songs, Op 2 (Barber)
Three Songs, Op 2 (Barber)
To a young girl (Rorem)
Under the Greenwood tree
Vocalise
What if some little pain (Rorem)
When birds do sing
When that I was and a little tiny boy
With a lily in your hand
With rue my heart is laden
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