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Top 10 Benjamin Britten Songs

RankTitle
1 Frolicsome Finale
2 This little Babe
3 War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam
4 I. Introduction and Theme
5 Valse in B Major
6 War Requiem, Op. 66: V. Agnus Dei
7 War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium
8 Dies irae
9 String Trio War Requiem "Libera Me"
10 War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae

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  1. 1. --
  2. 1. A song of enchantment
  3. 1. Adagio - Allegro
  4. 1. Adagio - Allegro (Live In London / 1962)
  5. 1. Allegro assai (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  6. 1. Allegro ben moderato
  7. 1. Allegro con brio
  8. 1. Allegro con spirito (Live In Snape / 1966)
  9. 1. Allegro di molto (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  10. 1. Allegro moderato
  11. 1. Allegro molto moderato - (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  12. 1. Allegro non troppo (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  13. 1. Allegro vivace (Live In Blythburgh / 1966)
  14. 1. Avec emportement (Live In Snape / 1967)
  15. 1. Boisterous Bourrée
  16. 1. Con moto (Live In Aldeburgh / 1967)
  17. 1. Das Wandern
  18. 1. Gute Nacht
  19. 1. "Herr, deine Augen sehen nach dem Glauben" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  20. 1. Im wunderschönen Monat Mai
  21. 1. Introduction & Theme
  22. 1. Introduction: Shine out
  23. 1. Marcia (Maestoso)
  24. 1. Moderato
  25. 1. Moderato con moto
  26. 1. Molto allegro
  27. 1. O, my blacke Soule!
  28. 1. On a poet's lips I slept
  29. 1. Ophelia's Song (Pesnya Ofelii) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  30. 1. Prelude
  31. 1. Prologue (lent)
  32. 1. "Süßer Trost, mein Jesu kommt" (Live In London / 1968)
  33. 1. Toccata
  34. 1. Vanitas vanitatum (Mit Humor)
  35. 10. Chant
  36. 10. Fair and fair
  37. 10. Hör' ich das Liedchen klingen
  38. 10. Prelude & Dialogue
  39. 10. Rast
  40. 10. Tränenregen
  41. 11. Ein Jüngling liebt ein Mädchen
  42. 11. Frühlingstraum
  43. 11. Fugue & Finale
  44. 11. Mein!
  45. 11. Sound the flute!
  46. 11. The Queen's Song
  47. 12. Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen
  48. 12. Cecil's Song of Government
  49. 12. Einsamkeit
  50. 12. Finale: London, to thee I do present
  51. 12. Pause
  52. 13. Die Post
  53. 13. Ich hab' im Traum geweinet
  54. 13. Mit dem grünen Lautenbande
  55. 13. Recitative & Essex's Entry
  56. 14. Allnächtlich im Traume seh' ich dich
  57. 14. Der greise Kopf
  58. 14. Der Jäger
  59. 14. First Lute Song
  60. 15. Aus alten Märchen winkt es
  61. 15. Die Krähe
  62. 15. Eifersucht und Stolz
  63. 15. Second Lute Song
  64. 16. Die alten, bösen Lieder
  65. 16. Die liebe Farbe
  66. 16. Letzte Hoffnung
  67. 16. The First Duet for the Queen & Essex
  68. 17. Die böse Farbe
  69. 17. Im Dorfe
  70. 17. Soliloquy & Prayer
  71. 18. Der stürmische Morgen
  72. 18. Prelude & Welcome
  73. 18. Trockne Blumen
  74. 19. Der Müller und der Bach
  75. 19. Täuschung
  76. 19. The Masque
  77. 2. Adagio
  78. 2. Adagio ma non tanto
  79. 2. Adagio, ma semplicemente (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  80. 2. Affetuoso
  81. 2. Allegro (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  82. 2. Allegro ma non troppo - Molto allegro e agitato
  83. 2. Andante
  84. 2. Andante cantabile (Live In Blythburgh / 1966)
  85. 2. Andante con moto
  86. 2. Aus meinen Tränen sprießen
  87. 2. Autumn
  88. 2. Below the thunders of the upper deep
  89. 2. Better my heart
  90. 2. Con moto (Live In Aldeburgh / 1967)
  91. 2. Die Wetterfahne
  92. 2. "Erfreue dich, mein Herz" (Live In London / 1968)
  93. 2. Hamayun, the Prophetic Bird (Gamayun, Ptitsa Veshchaya) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  94. 2. Langsam
  95. 2. Largo (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  96. 2. Lent. Sombre (Live In Snape / 1967)
  97. 2. Menuetto - Trio
  98. 2. Playful Pizzicato
  99. 2. Sérénade (Modérément animé)
  100. 2. The Tornament
  101. 2. Vivace
  102. 2. Waltz
  103. 2. "Wo ist das Ebenbild" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  104. 2. Wohin?
  105. 20. Der Wegweiser
  106. 20. Des Baches Wiegenlied
  107. 20. Finale
  108. 21. Das Wirtshaus
  109. 22. Duet
  110. 22. Mut
  111. 23. Die Nebensonnen
  112. 23. Double Duet
  113. 24. Der Leiermann
  114. 24. Quartet
  115. 25. Pavane
  116. 26. Conversation
  117. 27. Galliard
  118. 28. Conversation & the Queen's Entrance
  119. 29. Lavolta
  120. 3. Allegretto
  121. 3. Allegro
  122. 3. Allegro assai
  123. 3. Allegro molto (Live In Snape / 1966)
  124. 3. Allegro vivace (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  125. 3. Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube, die Sonne
  126. 3. Encintured with a twine of leaves
  127. 3. Finale (Allegro molto)
  128. 3. Finale (Animé)
  129. 3. Finale (Presto)
  130. 3. Gefrorne Tränen
  131. 3. Halt!
  132. 3. Impromptu
  133. 3. "In Jesu Demut kann ich Trost" (Live In London / 1968)
  134. 3. Largo (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  135. 3. March
  136. 3. Menuet (Allegretto) (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  137. 3. Menuetto
  138. 3. Nicht schnell, mit viel Ton zu spielen
  139. 3. O might those sighes and teares
  140. 3. Passacaglia; Andante lento
  141. 3. Presto
  142. 3. Recitative & Fight
  143. 3. Rondeau (Allegretto - Adagio - Allegro)
  144. 3. Rondeau (Allegretto) (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  145. 3. Scherzando (Live In Snape / 1967)
  146. 3. Scherzo & Trio - Allegro vivace (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  147. 3. Sentimental Sarabande
  148. 3. Silver
  149. 3. Spring, the sweet Spring
  150. 3. We Were Together (My Byli Vmeste) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  151. 3. "Weh, der Seele" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  152. 30. Conversation
  153. 31. Morris dance
  154. 32. Recitative
  155. 33. The Queen's Burlesque
  156. 34. Quartet
  157. 35. March
  158. 36. The Queen's Announcement
  159. 37. Ensemble
  160. 38. Coranto
  161. 39. Prelude & Chatter
  162. 4. Allegro
  163. 4. Allegro con spirito
  164. 4. Allegro vivace (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  165. 4 Chansons Françaises for Voice and Orchestra: I. Chanson d'automne (Moderato con molto ma sempre colla voce)
  166. 4 Chansons Françaises for Voice and Orchestra: I. L'Enfance (Animato)
  167. 4 Chansons Françaises for Voice and Orchestra: I. Nuits de juin (Lento e molto rubato)
  168. 4 Chansons Françaises for Voice and Orchestra: I. Sagesse (Lento Ma Non Troppo)
  169. 4 Chansons Francaises, Op. posth.: Chanson d'Automne
  170. 4 Chansons Francaises, Op. posth.: L'Enface
  171. 4 Chansons Francaises, Op. posth.: Nuits de Juin
  172. 4 Chansons Francaises, Op. posth.: Sagesse
  173. 4. Danksagung an den Bach
  174. 4."Du teurer Gottessohn, nun hast du mir den Himmel aufgemacht" (Live In London /…
  175. 4. Entrance of the Queen
  176. 4. Erstarrung
  177. 4. Finale (Allegro assai)
  178. 4. Finale (Allegro) (Live In London / 1962)
  179. 4. Finale (Presto - Adagio) (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  180. 4. Finale (Presto) (Live In Aldeburgh / 1956)
  181. 4. Frolicsome Finale
  182. 4. March
  183. 4. Menuetto: Trio I
  184. 4. Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting
  185. 4. Molto allegro (Live In Blythburgh / 1966)
  186. 4. Nicht zu rasch
  187. 4. Oh, To Vex Me
  188. 4. Romance
  189. 4 Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: No. 1, Dawn
  190. 4 Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: No. 2, Sunday Morning
  191. 4 Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: No. 3, Moonlight
  192. 4 Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: No. 4, Storm
  193. 4. Tempo I (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  194. 4. The City Is Asleep (Gorod Spit) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  195. 4. The driving boy
  196. 4. "Verachtest du den Reichtum seiner Gnade" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  197. 4. Vigil
  198. 4. Wenn ich in deine Augen seh'
  199. 40. Essex's Intrusion
  200. 41. The Second Duet of the Queen & Essex
  201. 42. The Dressing-Table Song
  202. 43. The Entrance of Cecil
  203. 44. Cecil's Report
  204. 45. Discussion
  205. 46. The Queen's Decision
  206. 47. Ballad - Rondo
  207. 48. Prelude & Verdict
  208. 49. Cecil's Warning
  209. 5. Am Feierabend
  210. 5. Aria Italiana
  211. 5. But that night when on my bed I lay
  212. 5. Der Lindenbaum
  213. 5. "Erschrekke doch" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  214. 5. "Heut' schleusst er wieder auf die Tür" (Live In London / 1968)
  215. 5. Ich will meine Seele tauchen
  216. 5. Polacca; Trio II
  217. 5. Recitative
  218. 5. Stark und markiert
  219. 5. The morning star
  220. 5. The Storm (Burya) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  221. 5. Tit for tat
  222. 5. What If This Present
  223. 50. The Queen's Dilemma
  224. 51. Trio
  225. 52. Lady Essex's Pleading
  226. 54. Epilogue
  227. 6. "Beim Warten ist Gefahr" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  228. 6. Bourrée Classique
  229. 6. Der Neugierige
  230. 6. Im Rhein, im heiligen Strome
  231. 6. Secret Signs (Tayniye Znaki) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  232. 6. She sleeps on soft, last breaths
  233. 6. Since She Whom I Loved
  234. 6. The two Lords' Explanation
  235. 6. Wasserflut
  236. 6. Welcome Maids of Honour
  237. 7. At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners
  238. 7. Auf dem Flusse
  239. 7. "Heut' lebst du, heut' bekehre dich" (Live In Blythburgh / 1965)
  240. 7. Ich grolle nicht
  241. 7. Music (Muzyka) (Live In Snape / 1968)
  242. 7. Raleigh's Song
  243. 7. Ungeduld
  244. 7. What is more gentle than a wind in summer?
  245. 7. Wiener Waltzer
  246. 8. Ensemble of Reconciliation
  247. 8. Morgengruß
  248. 8. Moto Perpetuo
  249. 8. Out on the lawn I lie in bed
  250. 8. Rückblick
  251. 8. Thou Hast Made Me
  252. 8 Traditional English Carols: No. 6. The truth sent from above (version for voice…
  253. 8. Und wüßten's die Blumen, die kleinen
  254. 8. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see
  255. 9. Das ist ein Flöten und Geigen
  256. 9. Death, Be Not Proud
  257. 9. Der Müllers Blumen
  258. 9. Funeral March
  259. 9. Irrlicht
  260. 9. Recitative & Final March
  261. A Birthday Hansel, Op. 92
  262. A Boy Was Born - 1
  263. A Boy Was Born - 2 Lullay, Jesu
  264. A Boy Was Born - 3 Herod
  265. A Boy Was Born - 4 Jesu, as Thou Art Our Saviour
  266. A Boy Was Born - 5 The Three Kings
  267. A Boy Was Born - 6 In the Bleak Mid-winter
  268. A Boy Was Born - 7 Noel!
  269. A Boy Was Born, Op. 3: "A boy was born (theme)"
  270. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: "A boy was born" (theme)
  271. A boy was born, Op. 3 : Variation 5: In the bleak mid-winter
  272. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: Variation I. "Lullay, Jesu"
  273. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: Variation II. "Herod"
  274. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: Variation III. "Jesu, as Thou art our Saviour"
  275. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: Variation IV. "The three kings"
  276. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: Variation V. "In the bleak mid-winter"
  277. A Boy Was Born, Op.3: Variation VI. Finale "Noël!"
  278. A Boy Was Born: Theme
  279. A Boy was Born: Theme. A boy was born
  280. A Boy was Born: Variation I. Lullay, Jesu
  281. A Boy was Born: Variation II. Herod
  282. A Boy Was Born: Variation III: Jesu, as Thou Art
  283. A Boy was Born: Variation III. Jesu, as Thou art our Saviour
  284. A Boy was Born: Variation IV. The three kings
  285. A Boy was Born: Variation V. In the bleak mid-winter
  286. A Boy was Born: Variation VI (Finale). Noel!
  287. A Boy Was Born: Variation VI: Noel!
  288. A Brisk Young Widow
  289. A Ceremony of Carols: 1 - Procession
  290. A Ceremony of Carols: 10 - Spring Carol
  291. A Ceremony of Carols: 11 - Deo Gracias!
  292. A Ceremony of Carols: 12 - Recession
  293. A Ceremony of Carols: 2 - Wolcum Yole!
  294. A Ceremony of Carols: 3 - There is no Rose
  295. A Ceremony of Carols: 4 - That yönge child
  296. A Ceremony of Carols: 5 - Balulalow
  297. A Ceremony of Carols: 6 - As dew in Aprille
  298. A Ceremony of Carols: 7 - This little Babe
  299. A Ceremony of Carols: 8 - Interlude
  300. A Ceremony of Carols: 9 - In freezing winter night
  301. A Ceremony of Carols: As dew in Aprille
  302. A Ceremony of Carols: Balulalow
  303. A Ceremony of Carols: Deo Gracias!
  304. A Ceremony of Carols: In freezing winter night
  305. A Ceremony of Carols: Interlude
  306. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Adam lay i-bounden
  307. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: As Dew in Aprille
  308. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Balulalow
  309. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Deo Gracias
  310. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: I. Procession
  311. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: II. Wolcum Yole
  312. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: III. There is no rose
  313. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: In Freezing Winter Night
  314. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Interlude
  315. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Interlude: andante pastorale
  316. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: IV. (a) That yongë child
  317. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: IV. (b) Balulalow
  318. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: IV. That yongë child
  319. A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28: IVa. That Yonge Child
  320. A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28: IVb. Balulalow
  321. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: IX. In freezing winter night
  322. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: IX. Spring Carol
  323. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Procession
  324. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Procession: Hodie Christus natus est
  325. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Recession
  326. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Spring Carol
  327. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: That Yonge Child
  328. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: There Is No Rose
  329. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: This Little Babe
  330. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: V. As dew in Aprille
  331. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: V. Balulalow
  332. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: VI. As dew in Aprille
  333. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: VI. This little babe
  334. A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28: VII. Interlude
  335. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: VII. This little Babe
  336. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: VIII. In freezing winter night
  337. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: VIII. Interlude
  338. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Wolcom Yole!
  339. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Wolcum Yole!
  340. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: X. Deo gracias!
  341. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: X. Spring Carol
  342. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: XI. Deo gracias
  343. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: XI. Recession
  344. A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: XII. Recession
  345. A Ceremony of Carols: Procession
  346. A Ceremony of Carols: Recession
  347. A Ceremony Of Carols
  348. A Ceremony of Carols: Spring carol
  349. A Ceremony of Carols: That yonge child
  350. A Ceremony of Carols: That Younge Child
  351. A Ceremony of Carols: There is no rose
  352. A Ceremony of Carols: This little Babe
  353. A Ceremony of Carols: Wolcum Yole!
  354. A Charm
  355. A Charm of Lullabies, Op.41: 1. Cradle Song
  356. A Charm of Lullabies, Op.41: 2. The Highland Balou
  357. A Charm of Lullabies, Op.41: 3. Sephestia's Lullaby
  358. A Charm of Lullabies, Op.41: 4. A Charm
  359. A Charm of Lullabies, Op.41: 5. The Nurse's Song
  360. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41: I. A Cradle Song
  361. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41: II. The Highland Balou
  362. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41: III. Sephestia's Lullaby
  363. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41: IV. A Charm
  364. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41 No. 1: A Cradle Song
  365. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41 No. 2: The Highland Balou
  366. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41 No. 3: Sephestia's Lullaby
  367. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41 No. 4: A Charm
  368. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41 No. 5: The Nurse's Song
  369. A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41: V. The Nurse's Song
  370. A Cradle Song
  371. A Dance Of Haymakers
  372. A. Flutes and piccolo
  373. A Hymn of Saint Colombia
  374. A Hymn of Saint Columba
  375. A Hymn of St Colomba
  376. A Hymn of St Columba
  377. A Hymn to the Virgin
  378. A Little Music
  379. A.M.D.G.: I. Prayer I
  380. A.M.D.G.: II. Rose Mystica
  381. A.M.D.G.: III. God's Grandeur
  382. A.M.D.G.: IV. Prayer II
  383. A.M.D.G.: V. O Deus, ego amo te
  384. A.M.D.G.: VI. The Soldier
  385. A.M.D.G.: VII. Heaven-Haven
  386. A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 2: "On the ground, sleep sound"
  387. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "(Be it on Lion...)" / "I love thee not"
  388. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Come, now a roundel, and a fairy song"
  389. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Fair love, you faint with wand'ring"
  390. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "How now, my love?"
  391. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. Introduction / "Over hill, over dale"
  392. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Is all our company here?"
  393. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Oberon is passing" / "Ill met by moonlight"
  394. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Stay, tho' thou kill me, sweet Demetrius"
  395. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Through the forest have I gone"
  396. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Welcome, wanderer!" / "I know a bank"
  397. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "Well, go thy way"
  398. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "What thou seest when thou dost wake"
  399. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act I. "You spotted snakes"
  400. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "Are we all met?"
  401. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "Be kind and courteous"
  402. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "Flower of this purple dye"
  403. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "Hail, mortal, hail!"
  404. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "How now, mad spirit"
  405. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "I have a reas'nable good ear in music"
  406. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "I see their knavery"
  407. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. Introduction
  408. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "On the ground, sleep sound"
  409. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "Puppet? why so?"
  410. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "This is thy negligence..."
  411. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act II. "Up & Down"
  412. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 1. "Have you sent to Bottom's house?"
  413. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 1. "Helena! - Hermia!"
  414. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 1. Introduction / "My gentle Robin"
  415. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 1. "When my cue comes, call me"
  416. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "Asleep, my Love? What, dead my dove?"
  417. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "Come, your Bergomask"
  418. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "Gentles, perchance you wonder at this show"
  419. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "If we offend, it is with our good will"
  420. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "In the same interlude"
  421. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "Now the hungry lion roars"
  422. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "O grim-look'd night"
  423. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "O Wall, full often hast thou heard my moans"
  424. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. Orchestral March / "Now, fair Hippolyta"
  425. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams..."
  426. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "This lanthorn doth the horned Moon present"
  427. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, Scene 2. "You Ladies, you"
  428. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull" (Oberon, Demetrius, Helena)
  429. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Come, now a roundel, and a fairy song" (Tytania)
  430. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood" (Lysander, Hermia)
  431. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "How now, my love" (Lysanda, Hermia)
  432. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Is all our company here?" (Rustics)
  433. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Oberon is passing fell and wrath" (Fairies, Oberon, Tytania)
  434. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Over hill, over dale" (Fairies, Puck)
  435. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Stay, though thou kill me, sweet Demetrius" (Helena, Demetrius, Lysanda, Hermia)
  436. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Through the forest I have gone" (Puck)
  437. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Welcome, wanderer!" (Oberon)
  438. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "Well, go thy way" (Oberon, Puck)
  439. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "What thou seest when thou dost awake" (Oberon)
  440. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act I. "You spotted snakes with double toungue" (Yaogd;)
  441. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "Are we all met?" (Rustics, Puck)
  442. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "Be kind and courteous to this gentleman" (Tytania)
  443. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "Flower of this purple dye" (Oberon, Puck, Lysander, Helena, Detrius, Hermia)
  444. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "Hail, mortal, hail!" (Fairies, Bottom, Tytania)
  445. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "How now, mad spirit" (Oberon, Puck, Demetrius, Hermia)
  446. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "I have a reas'nable good ear in music" (Bottom, Tytania)
  447. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "I see their knavery" (Bottom, Tytania, Fairies)
  448. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. Introduction: the Wood
  449. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "On the ground, sleep sound" (Fairies)
  450. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "Puppet? Why so?" (Hermia, Helena, Lysander, Demetrius)
  451. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "This is thy negligence" (Oberon, Puck)
  452. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act II. "Up and down, up and down" (Puck, Lysander, Demetrius, Helena, Hermia)
  453. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Asleep, my love?" (Flute/Thisby)
  454. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Come, your Bergomask" (Theseus)
  455. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Gentles, perchance you wonder at this show" (Quince/Prologue)
  456. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Have you sent to Bottom's house?" (Rustics)
  457. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Helena! - Hermia! - Demetrius! - Lysander!" (Demetrius, Lysander, Helena, Hermia)
  458. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "If we offend, it is with our good will" (Rustics)
  459. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "In this same interlude it doth befall" (Snout/Wall)
  460. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "My gentle Robin, see'st thou this sweet sight?" (Oberon, Puck, Tytania)
  461. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Now, fair Hyppolyta" (Theseus, Hyppolyta, Lysander, Demerius, Helena, Hermia)
  462. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Now the hungry lion roars" (Fairies, Puck, Oberon, Tytania)
  463. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "O grim-look'd night, o night with hue so black" (Bottom/Pyramus)
  464. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "O Wall, full often hast thou heard my moans" (Flute/Thisby, Bottom/Pyramus)
  465. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "Sweet Moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams" (Bottom/Pyramus)
  466. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "This lanthorn doth the hornèd Moon present" (Starveling/Moonshine, Flute/Thisby, Snug/Lion)
  467. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "When my cue comes, call me" (Bottom)
  468. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 64: Act III. "You, ladies, you whose gentle hearts do fear" (Snug/Lion)
  469. A New Year Carol
  470. A Shepherd's Carol
  471. "A thousand leagues may sunder"
  472. "A Thousand, Thousand Ways"
  473. A tragic story
  474. À une raison (arr. Colin Matthews)
  475. A Wealden Trio: Christmas song of the women
  476. A Wedding Anthem (Amo Ergo Sum)
  477. A Wedding Anthem, Op. 46
  478. Abendstern, D806
  479. Act 1, Scene 1 - Florence!
  480. Act 2, Scene 1 - I don't think you ought
  481. Act 2, Scene 1 - Interlude, Isn't he here?
  482. Act I: A fox may steal your hens, Sir (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum, Polly)
  483. Act I: A Maid is like the Golden ore (Mrs. Peachum)
  484. Act I: But it is now high time to look about me (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum)
  485. Act I: But pr'thee, Mat, what is become of thy brother Tom? (Ben Budge, Mat of the…
  486. Act I: But to be sure, Sir (Jenny Diver) - The Gamesters and Lawyers are jugglers…
  487. Act I: Can Love be controlled by Advice? (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
  488. Act I: Come hither, Filch (Mrs. Peachum, Filch)
  489. Act I: Dear Mrs. Coaxer, you are welcome (Macheath) - Youth's the season made for…
  490. Act I: Entr'acte and Gunn's Song: The chimney sweepers
  491. Act I: Entr'actes for Mr. and Mrs. A.
  492. Act I: Fill ev'ry glass, for wine inspires us (Gentlemen of the Road)
  493. Act I: Gentlemen, well met (Macheath, Mat of the Mint)
  494. Act I: I know as well as any of the fine ladies (Polly) - Virgins are like the fair…
  495. Act I: I, like a Ship in storms, was tossed (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
  496. Act I: I shall wish myself with you (Macheath) - Let us take the road (Harry…
  497. Act I: If Love the Virgin's Heart invade (Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
  498. Act I: If the heart of a man is depressed with cares (Macheath)
  499. Act I: It is your own choice (Jenny Diver) - Before the barn-door crowing (Jenny…
  500. Act I: Mother's Song: Michael, you shall be renowned
  501. Act I: My heart was so free (Macheath, Polly)
  502. Act I: Now I'm a wretch indeed! (Polly, Omnes, Macheath)
  503. Act I: Now pray, ladies, take your places (Macheath, Jenny Diver, Mrs. Coaxer)
  504. Act I: O ponder well! Be not severe (Polly, Mrs. Peachum)
  505. Act I: O! what pain it is to part! (Polly, Macheath)
  506. Act I: Our Polly is a sad slut! (Mrs. Peachum, Omnes, Peachum, Polly)
  507. Act I: Pantomime
  508. Act I: Prologue
  509. Act I: Ransom: O brothers
  510. Act I Scene 1: Begging your pardon (Superintendent, Florence, Lady Billows, Miss…
  511. Act I Scene 1: "Billy Budd, king of the birds!"
  512. Act I Scene 1: "Christ, the poor chap, the poor little runt!"
  513. Act I Scene 1: "Come along, kid!"
  514. Act I Scene 1: Doctor Jessop's midwife … (Florence)
  515. Act I Scene 1: "I heard, your honour!"
  516. Act I Scene 1: I hope we're not too early (Miss Wordsworth, Florence, Vicar, Mayor,…
  517. Act I Scene 1: Interlude
  518. Act I Scene 1: Is this all you can bring? (Lady Billows, Florence)
  519. Act I Scene 1: Now then! Notebook, Florence! (Lady Billows)
  520. Act I Scene 1: "Pull, my bantams"
  521. Act I Scene 1: Right! We'll have him! (Lady Billows, Florence, Vicar, Miss…
  522. Act I Scene 1: "Send for John Claggart!"
  523. Act I Scene 1: Stuffy! Tobacco stink! (Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Florence,…
  524. Act I Scene 1: The first suggestion on my list (Vicar, Florence, Lady Billows, Miss…
  525. Act I Scene 1: The morning room at Lady Billows' house in Loxford (Lady Billows,…
  526. Act I Scene 1: "Vere! Vere! - Officers and men..."
  527. Act I Scene 1: Virtue, says Holy Writ (Vicar, Superintendent, Mayor, Miss…
  528. Act I Scene 2: Bounce me high (Emmie, Cis, Harry)
  529. Act I Scene 2: Did you ever have a pint at the local? (Sid, Albert)
  530. Act I Scene 2: Good morning, young man! (Florence, Albert, Mum)
  531. Act I Scene 2: He's much too busy (Albert)
  532. Act I Scene 2: Mum wants two penn'oth of potherbs (Emmie, Albert)
  533. Act I Scene 2: Shop! Hi! Albert! (Sid, Albert)
  534. Act I Scene 2: Sid I'm sorry but … (Albert, Sid, Nancy)
  535. Act I Scene 2: We bring great news to you (Lady Billows, Mum, Albert, Florence,…
  536. Act I Scene 2: We'll walk to the spinney (Sid, Nancy, Albert)
  537. Act I Scene 2: Well, think of that, my lad (Mum, Albert, Kids)
  538. Act I: Sir, black Moll hath sent word (Filch, Peachum)
  539. Act I: The gentleman, ladies, lodges in Newgate - Constables, wait upon the Captain…
  540. Act I: The girl shows such a readiness (Mrs. Peachum) - O Polly, you might have…
  541. Act I: The Miser thus a shilling sees (Macheath, Polly)
  542. Act I: The Turtle thus with plaintive crying, her Lover dying (Polly, Mrs. Peachum,…
  543. Act I: Through all the employments of life (Peachum)
  544. Act I: 'Tis Woman that seduces all Mankind (Filch, Peachum)
  545. Act I: Was Captain Macheath here this morning? (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum)
  546. Act I: Were I laid on Greenland's coast (Macheath, Polly, Omnes)
  547. Act I: Women indeed are bitter bad judges - …ev'ry Man handsome who is going to the…
  548. Act II: Blues: Stop all the clocks
  549. Act II: Cabaret Jazz Song: Forget the dead
  550. Act II: Cease your funning (Polly, Omnes, Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
  551. Act II: Chant
  552. Act II: Chorale: Free now from indignation
  553. Act II: Climbing Music
  554. Act II: Funeral March and Chorus: No news
  555. Act II: Gunn's Song: Some have tennis-elbow
  556. Act II: If women's tongues can cease for an answer (Macheath) - I will not! (Lucy…
  557. Act II: In this last affair, brother Peachum, we are agreed (Lockit, Peachum)
  558. Act II: Is then his fate decreed, Sir? (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
  559. Act II: It is the pleasure of all you fine men (Lucy Lockit) - How cruel are the…
  560. Act II: Man may escape from rope and gun (Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
  561. Act II: Mother's Song with Chorus: Acts of injustice done
  562. Act II: No power on earth can e'er divide (Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Lockit, Peachum,…
  563. Act II: Noble Captain, you are welcome (Lockit, Macheath)
  564. Act II: Prelude
  565. Act II: Ransom: O senseless hurricanes
  566. Act II Scene 1: Albert the Good! (Vicar, Florence, Albert, Mum, Children, Lady…
  567. Act II Scene 1: As representing our local Council (Mayor, Vicar)
  568. Act II Scene 1: Bells offstage - Quick, here they are! (Nancy, Sid, Miss Wordsworth,…
  569. Act II Scene 1: Bring the plates! Quickly now! (Sid, Nancy, Children, Miss…
  570. Act II Scene 1: Come, let's sit down (Lady Billows, Mum, Superintendent, Albert,…
  571. Act II Scene 1: "Don't like the French!"
  572. Act II Scene 1: Erhumph … (Superintendent, Vicar)
  573. Act II Scene 1: For 3 precious weeks (Florence, Nancy, Sid)
  574. Act II Scene 1: Go on, Albert! (Mum, Florence, Superintendent, Miss Wordsworth,…
  575. Act II Scene 1: Husssh! … Harold Wood! (Miss Wordsworth, Harry, Miss Wordsworth,…
  576. Act II Scene 1: I don't think you ought! (Nancy, Sid)
  577. Act II Scene 1: I'm full of happiness (Lady Billows, Vicar)
  578. Act II Scene 1: Inside a marquee … (Florence, Nancy, Sid)
  579. Act II Scene 1: "My compliments..."
  580. Act II Scene 1: My heart leaps up with joy to see (Miss Wordsworth, Vicar)
  581. Act II Scene 1: "Oh, that's nothing"
  582. Act II Scene 1: Quickly, quickly (Miss Wordsworth, Emmie, Cis, Harry)
  583. Act II Scene 1: That's a fine sight for sore eyes! (Sid, Nancy)
  584. Act II Scene 2: Albert! Albert? Fast asleep, poor kid! (Mum)
  585. Act II Scene 2: Albert the Good! (Albert)
  586. Act II Scene 2: "Billy! Hist, Billy Budd!"
  587. Act II Scene 2: "Blow her away..."
  588. Act II Scene 2: Come along, darling (Sid, Nancy)
  589. Act II Scene 2: "Come here! Remember your promise"
  590. Act II Scene 2: "Come out of that!"
  591. Act II Scene 2: "Dansker, old friend"
  592. Act II Scene 2: Heaven helps those who help themselves (Albert)
  593. Act II Scene 2: "Here lads!"
  594. Act II Scene 2: "O beauty, o handsomeness"
  595. Act II Scene 2: Why did she stare … ? (Albert)
  596. Act II Scene 2: You oughtn't to whistle (Nancy, Sid)
  597. Act II: Such language, brother, anywhere else (Lockit) - When you censure the age…
  598. Act II: The first time at the looking glass (Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
  599. Act II: Though the Chaplain was out of the way to-day (Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Polly)
  600. Act II: Thus when a good Housewife sees a rat (Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
  601. Act II: Thus when the Swallow seeking prey (Polly, Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
  602. Act II: Why how now, Madam Flirt! (Lucy Lockit, Polly, Peachum, Lockit)
  603. Act III: A curse attends a woman's love (Polly, Lucy Lockit)
  604. Act III: Albert … ? (Albert, Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Nancy, Florence, Mayor,…
  605. Act III: All that I did! (Mum, Nancy, Miss Wordsworth, Vicar, Harry)
  606. Act III: But surely you don't intend that Macheath shall really executed? (Mat of…
  607. Act III: Come, sweet lass (Lucy Lockit, Polly)
  608. Act III: Dear, dear Sir, sink the material evidence (Polly)
  609. Act III: Dear Sir, mention not my education (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
  610. Act III: Fools! (Lady Billows, Nancy, Vicar, Miss Wordsworth, Florence, Mum, Mayor,…
  611. Act III: Have you found him? (Mum, Superintendent)
  612. Act III: Hi! That's my girl (Sid, Children, Albert)
  613. Act III: How then can you be a tyrant to me (Lucy Lockit) - When he holds up his…
  614. Act III: How's the manhunt? (Sid, Superintendent, Harry)
  615. Act III: I can't remember anything (Albert, Mum, Nancy, Sid, Lady Bellows, All)
  616. Act III: I have the Rat's-bane ready (Lucy Lockit, Filch, Polly)
  617. Act III: In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove (Mrs. Trapes, Beggar)
  618. Act III: In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove (Mrs. Trapes, Lockit,…
  619. Act III: In the midst of life is death (Vicar, Nancy, Mayor, Lady Billows,…
  620. Act III: Is she asleep? (Emmie, Nancy, Cis, Mayor, Harry)
  621. Act III: Jealousy, rage, love and fear (Lucy Lockit)
  622. Act III: Now every glimmering of happiness is lost (Polly, Lucy Lockit, Macheath,…
  623. Act III: O cruel, cruel case! (Macheath, Jailer)
  624. Act III: Our scene doth represent a Gaming House (Beggar) - The modes of the Court…
  625. Act III: Ourselves, like the Great, to secure a retreat (Lockit, Peachum)
  626. Act III, Scene 1: "All guns ready, Sir!"
  627. Act III, Scene 1: "Deck ahoy!"
  628. Act III, Scene 1: "I don't like the look of the mist"
  629. Act III, Scene 1: "Nay, nay, you're mistaken"
  630. Act III, Scene 1: "There are you again, Master-at-Arms"
  631. Act III, Scene 2: "Claggart, John Claggart, beware!"
  632. Act III, Scene 2: "God o'mercy!"
  633. Act III, Scene 2: "I accept their verdict"
  634. Act III, Scene 2: "Poor fellow, who could save him?"
  635. Act III, Scene 2: "William Budd, you are accused"
  636. Act III, Scene 2: "You wanted to see me"
  637. Act III: The Coronation account, brother Peachum (Lockit, Peachum, Servant, Mrs.…
  638. Act III: The following afternoon …
  639. Act III: Thus Gamesters united in friendship are found (Lockit)
  640. Act III: Thus I stand like a Turk, with his doxies around (Macheath, Mrs. Peachum,…
  641. Act III: To be sure, wench, you must have been aiding and abetting (Lockit, Lucy…
  642. Act III: Ungrateful Macheath! (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
  643. Act III: We are ready, Sir… (Lockit) - …to conduct you to the Old Bailey! (Lockit,…
  644. Act III: What the hell d'you think I am? (Sid, Nancy, Superintendent, Mayor)
  645. Act III: When I was forced from him (Polly, Lucy Lockit)
  646. Act III: Which way shall I turn me, how can I decide? (Macheath, Polly)
  647. Act III: Would I might be hanged! (Polly, Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
  648. Act IV, Scene 1: "According to the Articles of War"
  649. Act IV, Scene 1: "And farewell to ye"
  650. Act IV, Scene 1: "Look!... Through the port comes the moonshine astray!"
  651. Act IV, Scene 1: "Starry Vere"
  652. Act IV, Scene 1: "We committed his body to the deep"
  653. Act One, Scene One
  654. Ad libitum
  655. Adagio
  656. Adam lay i-bounden
  657. Adam Lay Ibounden
  658. Adept in magic
  659. Advance Democracy
  660. After the blast of lightning from the East
  661. Agnus Dei
  662. Agnus Dei: One ever hangs (tenor and chorus)
  663. Ah!...Blackguards!
  664. "Ah, King Of Heaven"
  665. "Ah, Serenissima!"
  666. "Ah! Take Flight"
  667. "Ah, Who Would Dare To Smite Thee?"
  668. Ah you people
  669. Air
  670. Albert?
  671. Albert! Fast asleep, poor kid
  672. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Begging your pardon"
  673. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Doctor Jessop's midwife..."
  674. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "I hope we're not too early"
  675. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Interlude"
  676. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Is this all you can bring?"
  677. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Now then! Notebook, Florence!"
  678. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Right! We'll have him!"
  679. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Stuffy! Tobacco stink!"
  680. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "The first suggestion on my list"
  681. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "The morning room at Lady Billows' house in Loxford"
  682. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 1. "Virtue, says Holy Writ"
  683. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Bounce me high"
  684. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Did you ever have a pint at the local?"
  685. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Good morning, young man!"
  686. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "He's much too busy"
  687. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Mum wants two penn'oth of potherbs"
  688. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Shop! Hi! Albert!"
  689. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Sid I'm sorry but..."
  690. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "We bring great news to you"
  691. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "We'll walk to the spinney"
  692. Albert Herring: Act I, Scene 2. "Well, think of that, my lad"
  693. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "Albert the Good!"
  694. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "As representing our local Council"
  695. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "Bring the plates! Quickly now!"
  696. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "Come, let's sit down"
  697. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "Erhumph..."
  698. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "For three precious weeks"
  699. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "Go on, Albert!"
  700. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "Husssh!... Harold Wood!"
  701. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "I don't think you ought!"
  702. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "I'm full of happiness"
  703. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "Inside a marquee..."
  704. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 1. "My heart leaps up with joy to see"
  705. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "Quick, here they are!"
  706. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "Quickly, quickly"
  707. Albert Herring: Act II, Scene 1. "That's a fine sight for sore eyes!"
  708. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 2. "Albert! Albert? Fast asleep, poor kid!"
  709. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 2. "Albert the Good!"
  710. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 2. "Come along, darling"
  711. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 2. "Heaven helps those who help themselves"
  712. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 2. "Why did she stare...?"
  713. Albert Herring: Act II Scene 2. "You oughtn't to whistle"
  714. Albert Herring: Act III. "Albert...?"
  715. Albert Herring: Act III. "All that I did!"
  716. Albert Herring: Act III. "Fools!"
  717. Albert Herring: Act III. "Have you found him?"
  718. Albert Herring: Act III. "Hi! That's my girl"
  719. Albert Herring: Act III. "How's the manhunt?"
  720. Albert Herring: Act III. "I can't remember everything"
  721. Albert Herring: Act III. "In the midst of life is death"
  722. Albert Herring: Act III. "Is she asleep?"
  723. Albert Herring: Act III. "The following afternoon..."
  724. Albert Herring: Act III. "What the hell d'you think I am?"
  725. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Beggin' your pardon" (Superintendent Budd)
  726. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Doctor Jessop's midwife" (Florence)
  727. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Flor-ence!...tell the midwife!" (Lady Billows)
  728. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "I hope, we're not too carly, Florence?" (Miss Wordsworth)
  729. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. Interlude
  730. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Is this all you can bring?" (Lady Billows)
  731. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Now then! Notebook, Florence!" (Lady Billows)
  732. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Right! We'll have him!" (Lady Billows)
  733. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "Stuffy!" (Lady Billows)
  734. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene I. "The first suggestion on my list" (Vicar)
  735. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "Bounce me high" (Kids)
  736. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "Good morning, young man" (Florence)
  737. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "He's much too busy" (Albert)
  738. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "Meet me at a quarter past eight" (Sid)
  739. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "Shop! Hi! Albert!" (Sid)
  740. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "Tickling a trout" (Sid)
  741. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act I, Scene II. "We bring great news to you" (Lady Billows)
  742. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "As representing the local Council" (Mayor)
  743. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "Er-humph! Er-humph! I'm no great shakes" (Superintendent Budd)
  744. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "For three precious weeks" (Florence)
  745. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "Here they are dears!" (Miss Wordsworth)
  746. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "I'm full of happiness" (Lady Billows)
  747. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. Interlude
  748. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "Isn't he here?" (Florence)
  749. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "My flowers are few" (Harry)
  750. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "My heart leaps up with joy" (Miss Wordsworth)
  751. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "Quickly, quickly, come along!" (Miss Wordsworth)
  752. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene I. "Well tried, Albert!" (Vicar)
  753. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene II. "Albert the Good!" (Albert)
  754. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene II. "Heaven helps those who help themselves!" (Albert)
  755. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act II, Scene II. "You oughtn't to whistle!" (Nancy)
  756. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "Albert...!" (All)
  757. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "Albert's come back to stay" (Nancy, Sid, Emmie, Cis, Harry)
  758. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "Fools! Fools! Blundering fools!" (Lady Billows)
  759. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "Give me a decent murder with a corpse!" (Superintendent Budd)
  760. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "Have you found him?" (Mum)
  761. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "I can't remember everything" (Albert)
  762. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "I'm hungry, I'm tired" (Sid)
  763. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "I'm sorry about that" (Albert)
  764. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "In the midst of life is death" (All)
  765. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. Introduction
  766. Albert Herring, Op. 39: Act III. "Is she asleep?" (Emmie)
  767. Albert the Good
  768. Alegre Te Invita
  769. All Day, All Night
  770. Alla Marcia
  771. Alla valse moderato -
  772. Allegretto, andante molto -
  773. Allegro con moto -
  774. Allegro maestoso
  775. Allegro marcia -
  776. Alles Vergängliche ist nur ein Gleichnis
  777. America's Most Annoying
  778. An American Overture
  779. An American Overture, Op. 27
  780. An die Entfernte, D.765
  781. An die Laute, D. 905 (Op.81/2)
  782. "And After This, Joseph Of Arimethea"
  783. And Do You Prefer the Storm
  784. "And From That Hour He Took Her Unto His Own Home"
  785. "And Pilate Said Unto Him"
  786. "And Then Behold, the Veil Of the Temple Was Rent"
  787. "And Then Did the Soldiers"
  788. "And There Crucified They Him"
  789. "And When the Soldiers Had Plaited a Crown Of Thorns"
  790. Andante lento
  791. Animato -
  792. Annie
  793. Antiphon
  794. Antiphon, Op. 56b
  795. Antique
  796. "Aou'! Stagando, Aou'"
  797. Appassionato -
  798. "April Who Till Now Has Mourn'd" (Live In London / 1967)
  799. Arethusa (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  800. Arethusa (feat. oboe: Joy Boughton)
  801. Arethusa (feat. oboe: Nicholas Daniel)
  802. Aria Italiana
  803. Arise my Love
  804. As Dew in Aprille
  805. "As From Pow'r Of Sacred Lays" (Live In Snape / 1967)
  806. Assign Your Prettiness to Me
  807. At day-close in November
  808. At the mid hour of night
  809. At the railway station, Upway
  810. Atys, D585
  811. Aube (arr. Colin Matthews)
  812. Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D.774
  813. Auflösung, D.807
  814. Ave Maria
  815. Avenging and Bright
  816. B. Oboes
  817. Bacchus (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  818. Bacchus (feat. oboe: Joy Boughton)
  819. Bacchus (feat. oboe: Nicholas Daniel)
  820. Ballad of Heroes for High Voice, Chorus and Orchestra, Op.14: I.
  821. Ballad of Heroes for High Voice, Chorus and Orchestra, Op.14: II.
  822. Ballad of Heroes for High Voice, Chorus and Orchestra, Op.14: III.
  823. Ballad of Heroes, Op. 14: I. Funeral March
  824. Ballad of Heroes, Op. 14: II. Scherzo: Dance of Death
  825. Ballad of Heroes, Op. 14: III. Recitative and Choral
  826. Balulalow
  827. Barcarolla: Lento
  828. Be slowly lifted up, thou long black arm
  829. Before life and after
  830. Beggin' your pardon
  831. Begone, Dull Care!
  832. Being Beauteous
  833. Belle Epine
  834. Belle Epine as Empress
  835. Belle Rose
  836. Belle Rose and the Salamander
  837. Belle Rose in Pagoda-Land
  838. Below
  839. Below the thunders of the upper deep
  840. Benedictus
  841. Benjamin Britten / The Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra
  842. Betelgeuse
  843. Betlehems stjärna
  844. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Billy Budd, king of the birds!"
  845. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Boat Ahoy!"
  846. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Christ! The poor chap..."
  847. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Come along, kid!"
  848. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Come along kid! Come along!"
  849. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "First man forward!"
  850. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Guard boat! Indomitable!"
  851. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "I hear, your honour!"
  852. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "I heard, your honour!"
  853. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Pull, me bantams!"
  854. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Pull, my bantams!"
  855. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Starry Vere we call him"
  856. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "What's that? What's those whistles?"
  857. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene I. "Your name?"
  858. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene II. "Ay, at Spithead..."
  859. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene II. "Boy!"
  860. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene II. "Gentlemen, the King!"
  861. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene II. "We are, Sir. Claggart is an able one."
  862. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Billy!... Hist! Billy Budd!"
  863. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Blow her away."
  864. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Come here"
  865. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Come here. Remember your promise"
  866. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Dansker, old friend..."
  867. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Dansker, old friend, glad to see you"
  868. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Hi! You ... a... a...!"
  869. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "Over the water..."
  870. Billy Budd: Act I, Scene III. "We're off to Samoa..."
  871. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "Deck ahoy!"
  872. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "I don't like the look of the mist..."
  873. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "O this cursed mist!"
  874. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "Oh, this cursèd mist!"
  875. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "There you are again, Master-at-Arms."
  876. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "Volunteers! Call for boarding volunteers!"
  877. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "Who'll volunteer to board 'em"
  878. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene I. "With great regret I must disturb your honour."
  879. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "Claggart, John Claggart, beware!"
  880. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "Gentlemen, William Budd here..."
  881. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "God o' mercy!"
  882. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "I accept their verdict."
  883. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "Master-at-Armas and foretopman..."
  884. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "Master-at-arms and foretopman"
  885. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "Poor fellow, who could save him?"
  886. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene II. "William Budd, you are accused..."
  887. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene III. "And farewell to ye..."
  888. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene III. "And farewell to ye, old Rights o' Man!"
  889. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene III. "Here! Baby!"
  890. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene III. Interlude
  891. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene III. "Look!"
  892. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene IV. "According to the Articles of War..."
  893. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene IV. "Down all hands!"
  894. Billy Budd: Act II, Scene IV. "Interlude"
  895. Billy Budd: Epilogue. "We committed his body to the deep"
  896. Billy Budd: Prologue "I am an old man..."
  897. Boisterous Bourre
  898. Boisterous bourrée
  899. Bonny at Morn
  900. Bouree
  901. Bouree classique
  902. Brass
  903. Bredon Hill
  904. Bring them here before my Majesty
  905. "Britain Now Thy Cares Beguile" (Live In London / 1967)
  906. Britain to America: Where do we go from here?
  907. Britten: 2. Playful Pizzicato - 2. Playful Pizzicato
  908. BRITTEN: Cuckoo! - Cuckoo!
  909. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Finale: Tarantella - Presto…
  910. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Theme - Maestoso
  911. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variaiton IV: Arabesque -…
  912. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation I: Recitative -…
  913. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation II: Romance -…
  914. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation III: March -…
  915. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation IXa: Toccata I -…
  916. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation IXb: Toccata II -…
  917. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation V: Chant -…
  918. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation VI: Nocturne -…
  919. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation VII: Badinerie -…
  920. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation VIII: Burlesque -…
  921. Britten: Diversions for Left hand and Orchestra, Op. 21: Variation X - Adagio
  922. BRITTEN: "On the ground, sleep sound" - "On the ground, sleep sound"
  923. Britten: Piano Concerto in D Op. 13, revised version: Impromptu - Andante lento
  924. Britten: Piano Concerto in D Op. 13, revised version: March - Allegro moderato,…
  925. Britten: Piano Concerto in D Op. 13, revised version: Toccata - Allegro molto e con…
  926. Britten: Piano Concerto in D Op. 13, revised version: Waltz - Allegretto
  927. Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem Op. 20: I - Lacrymosa
  928. Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem Op. 20: II - Dies Irae
  929. Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem Op. 20: III - Requiem Aeternam
  930. Britten: Songs from "Friday Afternoons", Op.7 - Cuckoo!
  931. Britten: Songs from "Friday Afternoons", Op.7 - Old Abram Brown
  932. Bugles sang
  933. "But Bright Cecilia" (Live In Snape / 1967)
  934. "But first may I ask you"
  935. "But Hark! A Grand Mysterious Harmony"
  936. "But Hark! Upon My Senses Comes a Fierce Hubbub"
  937. But that night
  938. But That Night When On My Bed I Lay
  939. "But the Jews Cried Out and Said"
  940. By the Royal Command
  941. By the Royal Decree
  942. C. Clarinets
  943. Ca' the Yowes
  944. Cabaret Songs, No. 1: "Tell me the truth about love"
  945. Cakes And Ale
  946. Canadian Carnival, Op.19
  947. Canadian Carnival Overture Op 19
  948. Cantata misericordium, Op. 69
  949. Canticle I: My Beloved is Mine, op.40 (feat. tenor: Ian Bostridge, piano: Julius Drake)
  950. Canticle I, Op. 40: My Beloved is Mine
  951. Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, Op. 51
  952. Canticle II, Op. 51: Abraham and Isaac
  953. Canticle III, Op. 55: Still Falls the Rain
  954. Canticle III: Still Falls the Rain, op.55 (feat. tenor: Ian Bostridge, horn: Timothy Brown, piano: Julius Drake)
  955. Canticle III: Still Falls the Rain, op.55 (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, horn: Dennis Brain, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  956. Canticle IV: Journey of the Magi, op.86 (feat. countertenor: David Daniels, tenor: Ian Bostridge, baritone: Christopher Maltman, piano: Julius Drake)
  957. Canticle IV, Op. 86: Journey of the Magi
  958. Canticle IV, Op. 86, "The Journey of the Magi"
  959. Canticle V, Op. 89, "The Death of Saint Narcissus"
  960. Canticle V, Op. 89: The Death of St Narcissus
  961. Canticle V: The Death of Saint Narcissus, op.89 (feat. tenor: Ian Bostridge, harp: Aline Brewer)
  962. Cantique de Noel (O Holy Night)
  963. Cantique de Noel (O Holy Night) (Sung in English)
  964. Canto: Con moto
  965. Canto primo: Sostenuto e largamente
  966. Canto secondo: Sostenuto
  967. Canto terzo: Sostenuto
  968. "Careful Search Now Leads Me To Them"
  969. "Celebrate This Festival" (Live In London / 1967)
  970. Celemene (1946)
  971. Cello Suite No. 1: 1. Fuga. Andante moderato
  972. Cello Suite No. 1: 2. Lamento. Lento rubato
  973. Cello Suite No. 1: 3. Serenata. Allegretto pizzicato
  974. Cello Suite No. 1: 4. Marcia. Alla marcia moderato
  975. Cello Suite No. 1: 5. Bordone. Moderato quasi recitativo
  976. Cello Suite No. 1: 6. Moto perpetuo e canto quarto. Presto
  977. Cello Suite No. 1: I Canto Primo. Sostenuto e largamente
  978. Cello Suite No. 1: II Canto secondo. Sostenuto
  979. Cello Suite No. 1: III Canto terzo. Sostenuto
  980. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: Canto primo: Sostenuto e largamente –
  981. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: Canto secondo: Sostenuto –
  982. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: Canto terzo: Sostenuto –
  983. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: I. Canto primo
  984. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: I. Fuga: Andante moderato –
  985. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: II. Fuga
  986. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: II. Lamento: Lento rubato –
  987. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: III. Lamento
  988. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: III. Serenata: Allegretto: pizzicato –
  989. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: IV. Canto secondo
  990. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: IV. Marcia: Alla marcia moderato –
  991. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: IX. Monto perpetuo e Canto quarto
  992. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: V. Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo –
  993. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: V. Serenata
  994. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: VI. Marcia
  995. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: VI. Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto: Presto
  996. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: VII. Canto terzo
  997. Cello Suite No. 1, Op. 72: VIII. Bordone
  998. Cello Suite No. 2: I. Declamato. Largo
  999. Cello Suite No. 2: II. Fuga. Andante
  1000. Cello Suite No. 2: III. Scherzo. Allegro molto
  1001. Cello Suite No. 2: IV. Andante lento
  1002. Cello Suite No. 2: V. Ciaccona. Allegro
  1003. Cello symphony, Op. 68: I. Allegro maestoso
  1004. Cello symphony, Op. 68: II. Presto inquieto
  1005. Cello symphony, Op. 68: III. Adagio - cadenza
  1006. Cello Symphony, Op. 68: III. Adagio - Cadenza ad lib
  1007. Cello Symphony, Op. 68: IV. Passacaglia. Andante allegro
  1008. Cello symphony, Op. 68: IV. Passagaclia: Andante allegro
  1009. Ceremony of Carols -I- Procession
  1010. Ceremony of Carols -II- Wolcum Yole!
  1011. Ceremony of Carols -III- There is no Rose
  1012. Ceremony of Carols -IV- That Yonge Child
  1013. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Adam Lay I-Bounden
  1014. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: As Dew in Aprille
  1015. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Balulalow
  1016. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28 : Deo Gracias
  1017. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: In Freezing Winter Night
  1018. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: (interlude)
  1019. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Procession
  1020. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Recession
  1021. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Spring Carol
  1022. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: That Yonge Child
  1023. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: There Is No Rose
  1024. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: This Little Babe
  1025. Ceremony of Carols, Op.28 : Wolcom Yule!
  1026. Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28: Wolcum Yole!
  1027. Ceremony of Carols -V- Balulalow
  1028. Ceremony of Carols -VI- As Dew in Aprille
  1029. Ceremony of Carols -VII- This Little Babe
  1030. Ceremony of Carols -VIII- Interlude (harp solo)
  1031. Ceremony of Carols -VIIII- In Freezing Winter Night
  1032. Ceremony of Carols -X- Spring Carol
  1033. Ceremony of Carols -XI- Deo Gracias
  1034. Ceremony of Carols -XII- Recession
  1035. Chaconne
  1036. Chant
  1037. "Chaos, Chaos and Sickness"
  1038. "Children's Games: Adziu, Adziu"
  1039. Choral after an Old French Carol
  1040. Choral Dances from 'Gloriana': I. Time
  1041. Choral Dances from 'Gloriana': II. Concord
  1042. Choral Dances from 'Gloriana': III. Time and Concord
  1043. Choral Dances from 'Gloriana': IV. Country Girls
  1044. Choral Dances from 'Gloriana': V. Rustics and Fishermen
  1045. Choral Dances from 'Gloriana': VI. Final Dance of Homage
  1046. Chorale
  1047. Chorus: Journalists' Song: We fly to a cabinet crisis
  1048. Chorus: Marching Songs: Brightly the sun on our weapons is gleaming
  1049. Chorus: Ostnian National Anthem
  1050. Chorus: To build a city
  1051. Chorus: Waltz: The papers say there'll be war before long
  1052. "Christ, Who Gave Us Life and Light"
  1053. Christimas Song of the Women
  1054. Christmas Dance "Sir Roger de Coverley"
  1055. Christ's Nativity: I. Christ's Nativity
  1056. Christ's Nativity: II. Sweet was the Song
  1057. Christ's Nativity: III. Preparations
  1058. Christ's Nativity: IV. New Prince, New Pomp
  1059. Christ's Nativity: Sweet was the Song
  1060. Christ's Nativity: V. Carol of King Cnut
  1061. Ciaccona: Allegro
  1062. Ciacona in G minor, Z.730
  1063. "Clear as a sky without a cloud"
  1064. Clun
  1065. Come Along, Doctor!
  1066. Come Unto These Yellow Sands
  1067. Come You Not From Newcastle
  1068. Commination
  1069. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 13: I. Toccata
  1070. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 13: II. Waltz
  1071. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 13: III. Impromptu
  1072. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 13: IV. March
  1073. Concerto for Piano, Op. 13: I. Toccata
  1074. Concerto for Piano, Op. 13: II. Waltz
  1075. Concerto for Piano, Op. 13: III. Impromptu
  1076. Concerto for Piano, Op. 13: IV. March
  1077. Concerto for Violin, Op. 15: I. Moderato con moto
  1078. Concerto for Violin, Op. 15: II. Vivace
  1079. Concerto for Violin, Op. 15: III. Passacaglia: Andante lento
  1080. Confutatis maledictis
  1081. "Consider, How His Body"
  1082. Content, H.XXVIa:36
  1083. Convictions and Contradictions
  1084. "Crown The Altar, Deck The Shrine" (Live In London / 1967)
  1085. Cuckoo!
  1086. Cujus Animam Gementem
  1087. "Curlew River, smoothly flowing"
  1088. Cut Up Angels
  1089. D. Bassoons
  1090. Dance For the Followers Of Night
  1091. Das Fischermädchen (Heine)
  1092. Dass sie hier gewesen, D 775
  1093. Dear Harp of my Country!
  1094. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 1 (Munich). "I have always kept a close watch on my development"
  1095. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 1 (Munich). "My mind beats on"
  1096. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 1 (Munich). "Who's that?"
  1097. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 2 (On the Boat to Venice). "Hey there, hey there, you!"
  1098. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 2 (On the Boat to Venice). Overture "Venice"
  1099. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 3 (The Journey to the Lido). "Ah Serenissima!"
  1100. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 3 (The Journey to the Lido). "Mysterious gondola"
  1101. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 4 (The First Evening at the Hotel). "How does such beauty come about?"
  1102. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 4 (The First Evening at the Hotel). "So I am led to Venice once again"
  1103. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 4 (The First Evening at the Hotel). "The Lido is so charming, is it not?"
  1104. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 4 (The First Evening at the Hotel). "We are delighted to greet the Signore"
  1105. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 5 (On the Beach). "Adziù! Adziù!"
  1106. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 5 (On the Beach). "Ah, how peaceful to contemplate the sea"
  1107. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 5 (On the Beach). "As one who strives to create beauty"
  1108. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 5 (On the Beach). "Le bele fragole"
  1109. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 5 (On the Beach). "The wind is from the West"
  1110. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 6 (The Foiled Departure). "A thousand apologies to Signore"
  1111. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 6 (The Foiled Departure). "Aou! Stagando, aou!"
  1112. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 6 (The Foiled Departure). "I am become like one of my early heroes"
  1113. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 6 (The Foiled Departure). "Naturally, Signore, I understand"
  1114. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 6 (The Foiled Departure). "There you are, Signore, just in time"
  1115. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "Beneath a dazzling sky the sea"
  1116. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "First, the race!"
  1117. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "Measure to fight"
  1118. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "No boy, but Phoebus of the golden hair"
  1119. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "Phaedrus learned what beauty is"
  1120. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "See where Hyacinthus plays"
  1121. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "The boy, Tadzio, shall inspire me"
  1122. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "Try your skill"
  1123. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "Up and over"
  1124. Death in Venice: Act I, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "Young discobolus"
  1125. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 10 (The Strolling Players). "Fiorir rose in mezo al giasso"
  1126. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 10 (The Strolling Players). "La mia nonna always used to tell me"
  1127. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 10 (The Strolling Players). "One moment, if you please" / Scene 11 (The Travel Bureau)
  1128. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 10 (The Strolling Players). "This way for the players, Signori!"
  1129. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 12 (The Lady of the Pearls). "So - I didn't speak!"
  1130. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 12 (The Lady of the Pearls). "So it is true, true, more fearful than I thought"
  1131. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 13 (The Dream). "Receive the stranger god"
  1132. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 14 (The Empty Beach). "Do what you will with me!"
  1133. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 15 (The Hotel Barber's Shop). "Yes! A very wise decision, if I may say so"
  1134. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 16 (The Last Visit to Venice). "Does beauty lead to wisdom, Phaedrus?"
  1135. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 16 (The Last Visit to Venice). "Hurrah for the Piazza"
  1136. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 17 (The Departure). "Ah, no!"
  1137. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 17 (The Departure). "The wind still blows from the land"
  1138. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). [Orchestral Introduction]
  1139. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 7 (The Games of Apollo). "So it has come to this"
  1140. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 8 (The Hotel Barber's Shop). "Guardate, Signore!"
  1141. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 9 (The Pursuit). "And now I cannot let them out of sight"
  1142. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 9 (The Pursuit). "Do I detect a scent?"
  1143. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 9 (The Pursuit). "Gustav von Aschenbach, what is this path you have taken?"
  1144. Death in Venice: Act II, Scene 9 (The Pursuit). "Kyrie eleison"
  1145. Death in Venice Suite (arr. S. Bedford)
  1146. Deck the Hall / Utterns Polska
  1147. Declamato: Largo
  1148. Deo Gracias
  1149. Depart
  1150. "Departing Thus You'll Hear Him Say" (Live In London / 1967)
  1151. Der Einsame, D.800
  1152. Der Geistertanz, D. 116
  1153. Der Musensohn, D.764
  1154. Der Musensohn, Op.92 No.1 - D.764
  1155. Der zürnenden Diana, D 707
  1156. Des Lebens Pulse schlagen frisch-lebendig
  1157. Deus in Adjutorium Meum
  1158. Deus in adjutorium meum intende, "Psalm 70"
  1159. Dialogo: Allegretto
  1160. Die Forelle, D 550
  1161. Die ihr dies Haupt umschwebt im luft'gem Kreise
  1162. Die Nacht scheint tiefer tief hereinzudringen
  1163. Die Stadt
  1164. Die Taubenpost, D. 965a
  1165. Dies irae
  1166. Dies irae: Be slowly lifted up (baritone)
  1167. Dies irae: Bugles sang (baritone)
  1168. Dies irae: Dies irae (chorus)
  1169. Dies irae: Lacrimosa dies illa (soprano and chorus)
  1170. Dies irae: Liber scriptus proferetur (soprano)
  1171. Dies irae: Move him into the sun (tenor)
  1172. Dies irae: Out there (tenor and baritone)
  1173. Dies irae: Recordare Jesu pie (chorus)
  1174. Dir, der Unberührbaren
  1175. Dirge
  1176. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: I. Theme
  1177. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: II. Variation 1: Recitative
  1178. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: III. Variation 2: Romance
  1179. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: IV. Variation 3: March
  1180. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: IX. Variation 8: Burlesque
  1181. Diversions for piano (left hand) & orchestra, Op. 21 : Theme
  1182. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: V. Variation 4: Arabesque
  1183. Diversions for piano (left hand) & orchestra, Op. 21 : Variation I - Recitative
  1184. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: VI. Variation 5: Chant
  1185. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: VII. Variation 6: Nocturne
  1186. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: VIII. Variation 7: Badinerie
  1187. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: X. Variation 9a: Toccata 1 - Variation 9b: Toccata 2
  1188. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: XI. Variation 10: Adagio
  1189. Diversions for Piano Left-hand and Orchestra, Op.21: XII. Finale: Tarantella
  1190. "Do I Detect a Scent?"
  1191. Doblé en una Esquina
  1192. "Domine Jesu Christe"
  1193. Du bist die Ruh, Op.59 No.3 - D776
  1194. Du kanntest mich, O kleiner Engel
  1195. E. Violins
  1196. Early One Morning
  1197. "Echo...Now Join Your Warbling Voices All"
  1198. 'Ee-oh'
  1199. Eho! Eho!
  1200. Ein Sumpf zieht am Gebirge hin
  1201. Eja Mater
  1202. Elegy
  1203. Elegy for Strings
  1204. Embrace
  1205. Embroidery in Childhood
  1206. Encinctured
  1207. Encinctured With A Twine Of Leaves
  1208. English Folksong: O Waly, Waly
  1209. English Folksong: Oliver Cromwell
  1210. Envoi
  1211. Epilogue
  1212. Etude
  1213. Evergreen
  1214. Ewiger Wonnebrand
  1215. Exercises
  1216. "Expected Spring At Last Is Come" (Live In London / 1967)
  1217. F. Violas
  1218. Fac Au Ardeat
  1219. Fac Ut Portem
  1220. Fancie
  1221. Fanfare
  1222. Fantoches (arr. A. Raines for choir)
  1223. "Farewell, O Weary, Broken Body"
  1224. Fascinating, Mr Mayor
  1225. Father, may I speak to you?
  1226. "Ferryman, tell me, when did it happen"
  1227. Festival Te Deum
  1228. Festival Te Deum, Op. 32
  1229. Fileuse
  1230. "Fill Up the Bowl"
  1231. Finale
  1232. "Fiorir Rose In Mezo Al Giasso"
  1233. Fire
  1234. First Movement Boisterous Bouree
  1235. "First, the Race!"
  1236. Fishing
  1237. Fishing song
  1238. Five Flower Songs, 2: The Succession of the Four Sweet Months
  1239. Five Flower Songs, 3: Marsh Flowers
  1240. Five Flower Songs, 4: The Evening Primrose
  1241. Five Flower Songs, 5: Ballad of Green Broom
  1242. Five Flower Songs, I: To Daffodils
  1243. Five Flower Songs Op. 47: 1. To Daffodils
  1244. Five Flower Songs Op. 47: 2. The Succession of the Four Sweet Months
  1245. Five Flower Songs Op. 47: 3. Marsh Flowers
  1246. Five Flower Songs Op. 47: 4. The Evening Primrose
  1247. Five Flower Songs Op. 47: 5. Ballad of Green Broom
  1248. Five Flower Songs, Op. 47: I. To Daffodils
  1249. Five Flower Songs, Op. 47: II. The succession of the four sweet months
  1250. Five Flower Songs, Op. 47: III. Marsh Flowers
  1251. Five Flower Songs, Op. 47: IV. The Evening Primrose
  1252. Five Flower Songs, Op. 47: V. Ballad of Green Broom
  1253. Five Songs (1960): Hark the ech'ing air
  1254. Five Songs (1960): How blest are Shepherds
  1255. Five Songs (1960): I attempt from Love's sickness to fly
  1256. Five Songs (1960): I take no pleasure
  1257. Five Songs (1960): Take not a woman's anger ill
  1258. Folksong Arrangements
  1259. Fool to Let It Come to This!
  1260. For H is a spirit
  1261. For H is a spirit and therefore he is God
  1262. For I am under the same accusation
  1263. For I am under the same accusation with my Saviour
  1264. For I will consider my cat Jeoffrey
  1265. For I will consider my Cat Jeoffry
  1266. For the flowers are great blessing
  1267. For the flowers are great blessings
  1268. For the instruments are by their rhimes
  1269. For the Mouse is a creature
  1270. For the mouse is a creature of great personal valour
  1271. For three precious weeks
  1272. Forgive my asking you
  1273. Four Burns Songs, Op. 92 No. 3 "A Birthday Hansel": Wee Willie
  1274. Four Burns Songs, Op. 92 No. 4 "A Birthday Hansel": My Hoggie
  1275. Four Burns Songs, Op. 92 No. 5 "A Birthday Hansel": Afton Water
  1276. Four Burns Songs, Op. 92 No. 6 "A Birthday Hansel": The Winter
  1277. Four sea interludes and Passacaglia: Dawn (Act I)
  1278. Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia from Peter Grimes, Op. 33: I. Dawn
  1279. Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia from Peter Grimes, Op. 33: II. Sunday Morning
  1280. Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia from Peter Grimes, Op. 33: III. Moonlight
  1281. Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia from Peter Grimes, Op. 33: IV. Passacaglia
  1282. Four Sea Interludes and Passacaglia from Peter Grimes, Op. 33: V. Storm
  1283. Four sea interludes and Passacaglia: Moonlight (Act III)
  1284. Four sea interludes and Passacaglia: Passacaglia (Act II)
  1285. Four sea interludes and Passacaglia: Storm (Act I)
  1286. Four sea interludes and Passacaglia: Sunday morning (Act II)
  1287. Four Sea Interludes - Dawn
  1288. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes': Dawn
  1289. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes': Moonlight
  1290. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes', Op. 33a: I. Dawn
  1291. Four Sea Interludes (from Peter Grimes) Op. 33a: I. Dawnn (Lento e tranquillo)
  1292. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: I. Lento e tranquillo. "Dawn"
  1293. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: I. Moonlight: Andante comodo e rubato
  1294. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: II. Allegro spiritoso. "Sunday Morning"
  1295. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: II. Dawn: Tempo lento e tranquillo
  1296. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes', Op. 33a: II. Sunday Morning
  1297. Four Sea Interludes (from Peter Grimes) Op. 33a: II. Sunday Morning (Allegro spiritoso)
  1298. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: III. Andante comodo e rubato. "Moonlight"
  1299. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes', Op. 33a: III. Moonlight
  1300. Four Sea Interludes (from Peter Grimes) Op. 33a: III. Moonlight (Andante comodo e rubato)
  1301. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: III. Storm: Presto con fuoco
  1302. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: IV. Presto con fuoco - molto animato - largamente - tempo I. "Storm"
  1303. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes', Op. 33a: IV. Storm
  1304. Four Sea Interludes (from Peter Grimes) Op. 33a: IV. Storm (Presto con fuoco)
  1305. Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes, Op. 33a: IV. Sunday morning: Allegro spititoso
  1306. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes': Storm
  1307. Four Sea Interludes from 'Peter Grimes': Sunday Morning
  1308. Four Sea Interludes - Moonlight
  1309. Four Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: I. Dawn
  1310. Four Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: II. Sunday Morning
  1311. Four Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: III. Moonlight
  1312. Four Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: IV. Storm
  1313. Four Sea Interludes - Storm
  1314. Four Sea Interludes - Sunday Morning
  1315. Fourth Movement Frolicsome Finale
  1316. Francie
  1317. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 1: Begone, dull care!
  1318. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 10: Jazz-Man
  1319. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 11: There was a monkey
  1320. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 12: Old Abram Brown
  1321. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 2: A tragic story
  1322. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 3: Cuckoo!
  1323. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 4: "Ee-oh!"
  1324. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 5: A New Year Carol
  1325. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 6: I mun be married on Sunday
  1326. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 7: There was a man of Newington
  1327. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 8: Fishing song
  1328. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 No. 9: The useful plough
  1329. Friendship In Misfortune
  1330. Frolicsome Finale
  1331. Froliscome finale
  1332. from A Miscellany of Songs (1971, pub 1994): Dulcibella
  1333. from A Miscellany of Songs (1971, pub 1994): When Myra sings
  1334. From Far, From Eve And Morning
  1335. " From Harmony, From Heav'nly Harmony" (Live In Snape / 1967)
  1336. "From Harmony, From Heav'nly Harmony...When Nature Underneath A Heap" (Live In Snape…
  1337. From the Gutter
  1338. Fuga: Andante
  1339. Fuga: Andante espressivo
  1340. Fugue
  1341. Fugue: Allegro molto
  1342. Fugue and Finale
  1343. Full Fathom Five
  1344. Full orchestra
  1345. Funeral March
  1346. G. Cellos
  1347. Gaily, but not too quick
  1348. Ganymed, D. 544 (Op.19/3)
  1349. Gavotte
  1350. Geheimes, D719
  1351. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Fugue - Molto moderato
  1352. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Theme - Maestoso
  1353. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation I - Prestissimo scherzando
  1354. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation II - Moderato
  1355. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation III - Allegro con brio
  1356. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation IV - Grazioso
  1357. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation IX - Fanfara - Allegro
  1358. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation V - Canone - Vivace
  1359. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation VI - Specchio I - Lento tranquillo
  1360. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation VII - Cadenza
  1361. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation VIII - Appassionato
  1362. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation X - Marcia - Lo stesso tempo (Allegro)
  1363. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation XI - Specchio II - Misterioso
  1364. Gemini Variations, Op. 73: Variation XII - Romanza - Andante rubato
  1365. Gemini Variations (Quartet for 2 players), Op.73
  1366. Gerettet ist das edle Glied
  1367. Glitter of Waves
  1368. Gloria
  1369. Gloriana, Op. 53a: I. The Tournament
  1370. Gloriana, Op. 53a: II. The Lute Song
  1371. Gloriana, Op. 53a: III. The Courtly Dances
  1372. Gloriana, Op. 53a: IV. Gloriana moritura
  1373. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 1: March
  1374. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 2: Coranto
  1375. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 3: Pavane
  1376. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 4: Morris Dance
  1377. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 5: Galliard
  1378. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 6: Lavolta
  1379. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Courtly Dance No. 7: March
  1380. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): Gloriana Moritura
  1381. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): The Lute Song
  1382. Gloriana, Op. 53a (Symphonic Suite): The Tournament
  1383. Gloriana, Op. 53a: X. Gloriana Moritura
  1384. Go, if you must go
  1385. Go not, happy day
  1386. Go on, Albert!
  1387. Go There!
  1388. "Go your way in peace, mother"
  1389. Goal & Wicket
  1390. God Save The Queen (Live In Snape / 1967)
  1391. Goldenhair
  1392. Good morning, young man
  1393. Good people, in His holy name
  1394. Good people, we have shown you here
  1395. "Good souls, we have shown you here"
  1396. Greensleeves
  1397. Grimes! Grimes!
  1398. "Guardate, Signore!"
  1399. H. Double basses
  1400. Hadrian's Wall: Roman Wall Blues
  1401. "Hail! Great Parent Of Us All"
  1402. Hallelujah from the heart of God
  1403. Hankin Booby
  1404. "Happy Realm Beyond Expressing" (Live In London / 1967)
  1405. "Hark! Hark the Echoing Air"
  1406. "Haste, Ye Souls Forlorn and Weary"
  1407. Have You Heard?
  1408. "He whose life was full of promise"
  1409. Heaven help those
  1410. Help! Help! She's collapsed!
  1411. "Help Us, Son Of God Most High"
  1412. Herbei! herbei! Herein! herein!
  1413. Herd Boy's Song
  1414. "Here Will I Stay, Here Dedicate My Days"
  1415. "Here's the Summer, Sprightly Gay"
  1416. "Hey There, Hey There, You!"
  1417. Hi! Give Us a Hand
  1418. Hi! Heard the news?
  1419. Hi Sid! You forget to pay for the herbs
  1420. Hier ist die Aussicht frei
  1421. His eye is on the sparrow (arr. M. Crockett for choir)
  1422. Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35
  1423. Homecoming
  1424. "Hoping, I wander'd on"
  1425. Hornpipe and Rondeau
  1426. How Love Came In
  1427. How Sweet the Answer
  1428. How's the manhunt?
  1429. Hoy Te Quiero Mas
  1430. Hunt the Squirrel
  1431. "Hurrah For the Piazza"
  1432. Hush! Harold Wood!
  1433. "Hush, No More"
  1434. Hymn
  1435. Hymn to Saint Cecilia, Op. 27
  1436. Hymn to Saint Peter
  1437. Hymn to St Cecilia
  1438. Hymn to St. Cecilia, I: "In a garden shady"
  1439. Hymn to St. Cecilia, II: "I cannot grow"
  1440. Hymn to St. Cecilia, IIII: "O ear whose creatures"
  1441. Hymn to St. Cecilia Op.27
  1442. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: "Blessed Cecilia, appear in visions"
  1443. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: "I cannot grow"
  1444. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: I. In a garden shady
  1445. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: I. In a garden shady this holy lady
  1446. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: II. I cannot grow
  1447. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: II. O ear whose creatures
  1448. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: III. O ear whose creatures cannot wish to fall
  1449. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: "In a garden shady this holy lady"
  1450. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: "O dear white children"
  1451. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Op. 27: "O ear whose creatures"
  1452. Hymn to St Peter
  1453. Hymn to St Peter, Op. 56a
  1454. Hymn to the Virgin
  1455. Hymns from the Rig Veda, Op. 24: Hymn to the Dawn (arr. for choir)
  1456. I. Allegro calmo senza rigore
  1457. I. Allegro maestoso -
  1458. "I Am Come To Lock All Fast"
  1459. I am father to you all
  1460. "I am the ferryman"
  1461. I. Andante
  1462. I. Andante sostenuto: Allegro vivo
  1463. "I beg your pardon, living in this famous place"
  1464. I. Boisterous Bourree
  1465. I. Bonorum summun omnium II: Quae bene beateque
  1466. I. Cakes and Ale
  1467. I Can Buy You
  1468. I can't remember everything
  1469. I cannot grow
  1470. "I come from the Westland"
  1471. I. Dawn -
  1472. I. Dawn (Peter Grimes, Act II, Interlude)
  1473. I didn't lay it on too thick, did I?
  1474. I. Duets: With moderate movement
  1475. I. Fanfare
  1476. I. Fuga: Andante moderato
  1477. "I Go Before My Judge"
  1478. I. Harp
  1479. I Have to Go from Pub to Pub
  1480. I Have Twelve Oxen
  1481. I. Heiter Bedachtig, nicht eilen
  1482. I hope we're not too early
  1483. I. In a Garden Shady
  1484. I. Introduction and Theme
  1485. I. Introduction: Andante maestoso
  1486. I. Introduzione: Lento
  1487. I. Lacrymosa
  1488. I. Lacrymosa: Andante ben misurato
  1489. "I'll Follow Thee Also"
  1490. I. London by Clipper (Programme 1)
  1491. I'm full of happiness
  1492. I'm Seventeen Come Sunday
  1493. I. March
  1494. I. Moderato con moto - Agitato - Tempo primo —
  1495. I mun be married on Sunday
  1496. I. Overture
  1497. I. Overture: Andante maestoso
  1498. I. Prelude: Grave
  1499. I. Requiem aeternam - Kyrie eleison, Chorus
  1500. I. Requiem aeternam - Requiem aeternam
  1501. I. Requiem aeternam - What passing-bells, Tenor
  1502. "I See Not Those False Spirits"
  1503. I. Toccata: Allegro molto e con brio
  1504. I. Toccata - Brioso
  1505. I've Got a Tiger by the Tail
  1506. "I Went To Sleep"
  1507. I will give my love an apple
  1508. I. With great peace and serenity
  1509. I Wonder as I Wander
  1510. "If Love's a Sweet Passion...I Press Her Hand"
  1511. "Ignorant man!"
  1512. Ihn sättigt keine Lust
  1513. II. Adagio
  1514. II. Allegretto con slancio
  1515. II. Dies Irae: Allegro con fuoco
  1516. II. Dies irae - De slowly lifted up, Baritone
  1517. II. Dies irae - Dies irae, dies illa, Chorus
  1518. II. Dies irae - Dies irae, dies illa, Chorus, Soprano
  1519. II. Dies irae - Dugles sang, Baritone
  1520. II. Dies irae - Lacrimosa, Chorus
  1521. II. Dies irae - Liber scriptus proferetur, Soprano, Chorus
  1522. II. Dies irae - Out there, Tenor, Baritone
  1523. II. Dies irae - Pie Jesu Domine, Chorus
  1524. II. Dies irae - Recordare Jesu pie, Chorus
  1525. II. Dover to London (Programme 2)
  1526. II. Fugue: Allegro energico
  1527. II. I Cannot Grow
  1528. II. Introduction and Incinerator's Dance: Incinerators' Ballet
  1529. II. Introduction and Incinerator's Dance: Lento
  1530. II. Introduction and Incinerator's Dance: Single Clerk: Allegro -
  1531. II. Lamento: Lento rubato
  1532. II. Lento ed espressivo -
  1533. II. March: Allegro alla marcia
  1534. II. Marcia: Allegro
  1535. II. Ostinato: Very fast
  1536. II. Pastorale sicilana: Andante comodo
  1537. II. Poco adagio ma con moto
  1538. II. Slightly grotesque
  1539. II. Sunday Morning -
  1540. II. The Bitter Withy
  1541. II. Toccata
  1542. II. Variation A ?The Flutes
  1543. II. Villes
  1544. II. Vivace
  1545. II. Waltz
  1546. II. Waltz: Allegretto
  1547. III. Allegro giocoso
  1548. III. Allegro molto vivace
  1549. III. Andante calmo
  1550. III. At huius caelestis...V: Tum vero Aeneas Sylvius virtus
  1551. III. Burlesque
  1552. III. Canto: Con moto
  1553. III. Chacony
  1554. III. Coda: Grave come prima
  1555. III. Gavotte I - Gavotte II - Gavotte I da capo
  1556. III. Giga Burlesca - Allegro gioviale
  1557. III. Hankin Booby
  1558. III. Impromptu: Andante lento
  1559. III. March
  1560. III. Moonlight -
  1561. III. Moto perpetuo: Allegro molto e con fuoco
  1562. III. Nocturne
  1563. III. O Ear Whose Creatures Cannot Wish to Fall
  1564. III. Offertorium - Domine Jesu Christe, Boy's Choir
  1565. III. Offertorium - Quam olim Abrahae promisisti, Chorus
  1566. III. Offertorium - Sed signifer sanctus Michael, Chorus
  1567. III. Offertorium - So Abraham rose, Baritone, Tenor
  1568. III. Phrase
  1569. III. Ration Island (Programme 3)
  1570. III. Requiem aeternam
  1571. III. Requiem aeternam: Andante molto tranquillo
  1572. III. Sentimental Saraband
  1573. III. Serenata: Allegretto (pizzicato)
  1574. III. Solo: Very calm
  1575. III. Spider Dance: Spider and the Fly
  1576. III.Variation B ?The Oboes
  1577. III. With great peace and serenity
  1578. IIIa. Phrase
  1579. IIIb. Antique
  1580. Il Duca d'Alba, Act IV: Angelo casto e bel (completed by M. Salvi) (Sung in Italian)
  1581. Il est né le divin enfant
  1582. Il est quelqu' un sur terre
  1583. Im Frühling, D.882
  1584. In a garden shady
  1585. In Freezing Winter Night
  1586. In Memoriam Dennis Brain: Allegro
  1587. In Memoriam Dennis Brain: Introduction
  1588. In the Bleak Mid-winter
  1589. In the Street Of Lost Time
  1590. "In These Last Years"
  1591. In Windsor Forest: No. 3. Falstaff and the Fairies
  1592. In Youth Is Pleasure
  1593. Inflammatus Et Accensus
  1594. Interlude
  1595. Interlude: "Ah, No!"
  1596. Interlude Andante Pastorale
  1597. Interlude I: On the Beach
  1598. Interlude II: The Storm
  1599. Interlude IV: Passacaglia
  1600. Interlude V: Evening
  1601. Interlude: Variation II - Scene 3: The Letter
  1602. Interlude: Variation III - Scene 4: The Tower
  1603. Interlude: Variation VI - Scene 7: The Lake
  1604. Interlude: Variation VII - Scene 8: At Night
  1605. Interlude: Variation VIII - Scene 1: Colloquy and So- lioquy
  1606. Interlude: Variation X - Scene 3: Miss Jessel
  1607. Interlude: Variation XII - Scene 5: Quint
  1608. Interlude: Variation XIII - Scene 6: The Piano
  1609. Interlude: Variation XIV - Scene 7: Flora
  1610. Interlude: Variation XV - Scene 8: Miles
  1611. Interlude VI: Fog
  1612. Interrlude III: Sunday Morning by the Beach
  1613. Introduction and Allegro for Strings, Op.47
  1614. Introduction and Rondo alla burlesca, Op. 23, No. 1
  1615. Introduction and Theme
  1616. Introduction: If Poverty be a title to Poetry (Beggar)
  1617. Introduzione: Lento
  1618. Is Fellini Really Dead?
  1619. Is my team ploughing?
  1620. Is she asleep?
  1621. Is this all you can bring?
  1622. "It Is a Member Of That Family Of Wondrous Beings"
  1623. It seemed that out of battle I escaped
  1624. It's All the Same to Me
  1625. IV. Antique
  1626. IV. Approach of Death and Finale: End Music: Andante poco lento
  1627. IV. Approach of Death and Finale: Funeral Music -
  1628. IV. Approach of Death and Finale: Poco lento -
  1629. IV. Barcarola: Lento
  1630. IV. Burlesque: Fast - con fuoco
  1631. IV. Fugue
  1632. IV. Hunt the Squirrel
  1633. IV. Lullaby: Lento tranquillo
  1634. IV. March: Allegro moderato sempre a la marcia
  1635. IV. Marcia: Alla marcia moderato
  1636. IV. Molto vivace
  1637. IV. Romance
  1638. IV. Royauté
  1639. IV. Sanctus - After the blast, Baritone
  1640. IV. Sanctus - Hosanna - Benedictus - Hosanna, Chorus, Soprano
  1641. IV. Sanctus - Sanctus, Soprano, Chorus
  1642. IV. Storm
  1643. IV. Variation C ?The Clarinets
  1644. IV. Women of Britain (Programme 4): London
  1645. IX. Départ
  1646. IX. Funeral March
  1647. IX. Parade
  1648. IX. Passacaglia: Lento solenne
  1649. IX: Rhenana erga omnes. X: Ut instissime XI: O cives..
  1650. IX. Variation H ?The Double Basses
  1651. IX. Women of Britain (Programme 4): Your first factory
  1652. J. Horns
  1653. Jam lucis orto sidere
  1654. Jazz-man
  1655. "Jesu, Maria, I Am Near To Death"
  1656. "Jesus Went With His Disciples"
  1657. Job's Curse (1950)
  1658. Johnson over Jordan Suite: I. Ouverture (Andante maestoso)
  1659. Johnson over Jordan Suite: II. Introduction and Incinerator's Dance: a. (Lento)
  1660. Johnson over Jordan Suite: II. Introduction and Incinerator's Dance: b. Single Clerk (Allegro)
  1661. Johnson over Jordan Suite: II. Introduction and Incinerator's Dance: c. Incinerator's Dance
  1662. Johnson over Jordan Suite: III. Spider Dance, Spider and the Fly (Lento quasi Blues)
  1663. Johnson over Jordan Suite: IV. Approach of Death and Finale: a. (Poco lento)
  1664. Johnson over Jordan Suite: IV. Approach of Death and Finale: b. Funeral Music
  1665. Johnson over Jordan Suite: IV. Approach of Death and Finale: c. End Music (Andante poco lento)
  1666. Journey End
  1667. Journey's End
  1668. Jubilate Deo
  1669. Jubilate Deo in E flat major
  1670. Jubilate in C major
  1671. Jubliate Deo (1961)
  1672. K. Trumpets
  1673. "Kindly Treat Maria's Day" (Live In London / 1967)
  1674. King Herod and the Cock
  1675. Koppangen (englischer Text) (English version)
  1676. Koppangen (schwedischer Text)
  1677. Kyrie
  1678. L'istesso tempo
  1679. L. Trombones and bass ruba
  1680. L'ultima canzone (version for voice and piano)
  1681. L'ultimo bacio
  1682. La belle est au jardin d'amour
  1683. La Misere
  1684. La Noel passe
  1685. Lachen und Weinen, D.777, Op.59/4
  1686. Lachrymae, op.48, Reflections on a Song of Dowland (feat. viola: Margaret Major, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  1687. Lachrymae, Op. 48, "Reflections on a Song of John Dowland"
  1688. Lachrymae, Op. 48a
  1689. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Theme
  1690. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 1. Allegretto, andante molto
  1691. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 10. L'istesso tempo
  1692. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 2. Animato
  1693. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 3. Tranquillo
  1694. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 4. Allegro con moto
  1695. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 5. Largamente
  1696. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 6. Appassionato
  1697. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 7. Alla valse moderato
  1698. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 8. Allegro marcia
  1699. Lachrymae, Op. 48a: Variation 9. Lento
  1700. Lachrymae - Reflections on a Song of Dowland, Op. 48a
  1701. Lachrymae, Reflections on a Song of Downland for Viola and String Orchestra
  1702. Lacrimosa
  1703. "Lacrimosa Dies Illa"
  1704. Lacrymosa
  1705. Ladslove
  1706. Largamente -
  1707. Le belle est au jardin d'amour
  1708. Le roi s'en va-t'en chasse
  1709. Lento -
  1710. Lento, ma non troppo
  1711. Les Illuminations: I. Fanfare
  1712. Les Illuminations: II. Villes
  1713. Les Illuminations: IIIa. Phrase
  1714. Les Illuminations: IIIb. Antique
  1715. Les Illuminations: IV. Royaute
  1716. Les Illuminations: IX. Depart
  1717. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Antique
  1718. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Being Beauteous
  1719. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Départ
  1720. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Fanfare
  1721. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: I. Fanfare
  1722. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: II. Villes
  1723. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: IIIa. Phrase
  1724. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: IIIb. Antique
  1725. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Interlude
  1726. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: IV. Royaute
  1727. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: IX. Depart
  1728. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Marine
  1729. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 1: Fanfare
  1730. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 10: Départ
  1731. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 2: Villes
  1732. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 3: Phrase
  1733. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 4: Antique
  1734. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 5: Royauté
  1735. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 6: Marine
  1736. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 7: Interlude
  1737. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 8: Being Beauteous
  1738. Les Illuminations, Op. 18 No. 9: Parade
  1739. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Parade
  1740. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Phrase
  1741. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Royaute
  1742. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: V. Marine
  1743. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: VI. Interlude
  1744. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: VII. Being Beauteous
  1745. Les Illuminations, Op. 18: VIII. Parade
  1746. Les Illuminations, Op.18: Villes
  1747. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Antique
  1748. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Being Beauteous
  1749. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Départ
  1750. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Fanfare
  1751. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Interlude
  1752. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Marine
  1753. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Parade
  1754. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Phrase
  1755. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes (Poésies par Arthur Rimbaud):…
  1756. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Royauté
  1757. Les Illuminations pour soprano et orchestre à cordes: Villes
  1758. Les Illuminations: V. Marine
  1759. Les Illuminations: VI. Interlude
  1760. Les Illuminations: VII. Being Beauteous
  1761. Les Illuminations: VIII. Parade
  1762. Let Her Among You
  1763. Let Me See Ya Do Your Thing
  1764. Let Nimrod, the mighty hunter …
  1765. "Let Sullen Discord Smile" (Live In London / 1967)
  1766. Let the dreadful engines of eternal will
  1767. "Let the Fifes and the Clarions....Dance"
  1768. Let This Be a Holiday
  1769. 'Let us sleep now...'
  1770. Let's Dance Gay In Green Meadow
  1771. Liber scriptus proferetur
  1772. Libera me
  1773. "Libera me, Domine"
  1774. Libera me: It seemed that out of battle I escaped (tenor)
  1775. Libera me: Let us sleep now ... In paradisum (baritone, tenor, boys, soprano and chorus)
  1776. Libera me: Libera me, Domine (chorus)
  1777. Liederkreis, Op. 39, No. 12 "Frühlingsnacht"
  1778. Lisbon
  1779. Little Sir William
  1780. Look, the Storm Cone!
  1781. "Look! While you were listening to my story"
  1782. "Look Yonder, O My Soul"
  1783. "Lord Jesus, When We Come To Die"
  1784. Lord Maxwell's Goodnight
  1785. Lord Melbourne
  1786. Love And Friendship
  1787. Love Me Girl
  1788. Love went a-riding
  1789. M. Percussion
  1790. Magnificent, your Ladyship
  1791. Mama
  1792. March
  1793. Marcia: Allegro
  1794. Mariä Wiegenlied, Op.76/52
  1795. Marine
  1796. Master Kilby
  1797. Matinées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 24 I March
  1798. Matinées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 24 II Nocturne
  1799. Matinées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 24 III Waltz
  1800. Matinées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 24 IV Pantomime
  1801. Matinées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 24 V Moto Perpetuo
  1802. Matinées musicales: (I) March
  1803. Matinées musicales: (II) Nocturne
  1804. Matinées musicales: (III) Walz
  1805. Matinées musicales: (IV) Pantomime
  1806. Matinées musicales: March
  1807. Matinées musicales: Moto perpetuo
  1808. Matinées musicales: Nocturne
  1809. Matinées musicales: Pantomime
  1810. Matinées musicales: (V) Moto pepetuo
  1811. Matinées musicales: Waltz
  1812. Maurerische Trauermusik in C minor, K477/K479a
  1813. Mazurka Elegiaca, Op. 23, No. 2
  1814. Merodak! Lord of creation
  1815. Midnight on the Great Western
  1816. Midnight's bell
  1817. Midnight's Bell Goes Ting, Ting, Ting...
  1818. Missa Brevis in D: 1 - Kyrie
  1819. Missa Brevis in D: 2 - Gloria
  1820. Missa Brevis in D: 3 - Sanctus-Benedictus
  1821. Missa Brevis in D: 4 - Agnus Dei
  1822. Missa Brevis in D: Agnus Dei
  1823. Missa Brevis in D: Benedictus
  1824. Missa Brevis in D: Gloria
  1825. Missa Brevis in D -I- Kyrie
  1826. Missa Brevis in D -II- Gloria
  1827. Missa Brevis in D -III- Sanctus
  1828. Missa Brevis in D -IV- Benedictus
  1829. Missa Brevis in D: Kyrie
  1830. Missa Brevis in D Major: Agnus Dei
  1831. Missa Brevis in D Major: Gloria
  1832. Missa Brevis in D Major: Kyrie
  1833. Missa Brevis in D major, Op. 63: Agnus Dei
  1834. Missa Brevis in D major, Op. 63: Gloria in Excelsis Deo
  1835. Missa brevis in D major, Op. 63: I. Kyrie
  1836. Missa brevis in D major, Op. 63: II. Gloria
  1837. Missa brevis in D major, Op. 63: III. Sanctus
  1838. Missa brevis in D major, Op. 63: IV. Benedictus
  1839. Missa Brevis in D major, Op. 63: Kyrie Eleison
  1840. Missa Brevis in D major, Op. 63: Sanctus and Benedictus
  1841. Missa brevis in D major, Op. 63: V. Agnus Dei
  1842. Missa Brevis in D Major: Sanctus/Benedictus
  1843. Missa Brevis in D, Op. 63: Agnus Dei
  1844. Missa Brevis in D, Op. 63: Gloria
  1845. Missa Brevis in D, Op. 63: Kyrie
  1846. Missa Brevis in D, Op. 63: Sanctus and Benedictus
  1847. Missa Brevis in D: Sanctus
  1848. Missa Brevis in D -V- Agnus Dei
  1849. Missa Brevis, Op. 63: I. Kyrie
  1850. Missa Brevis, Op. 63: II. Gloria
  1851. Missa Brevis, Op. 63: III. Sanctus
  1852. Missa Brevis, Op. 63: IV. Benedictus
  1853. Missa Brevis, Op. 63: V. Agnus Dei
  1854. Moderato
  1855. Morning, Sammy! Lovely weather
  1856. Moto Perpetuo
  1857. Moto Perpetuo E Canto Quarto: Presto
  1858. Moto perpetuo: Presto
  1859. Move him into the sun
  1860. Movements for a Clarinet Concerto: I. (feat. clarinet: Michael Collins)
  1861. Movements for a Clarinet Concerto: II. (feat. clarinet: Michael Collins)
  1862. Movements for a Clarinet Concerto: III. (feat. clarinet: Michael Collins)
  1863. Mr. Swallow!
  1864. Murder Paragraphs, Pt. 2
  1865. My children, you have seen
  1866. "My Dearest Saviour, Wilt Thou Answer?"
  1867. "My Heart, Behold How All the World"
  1868. "My Mind Beats On"
  1869. My Robin Is To the Greenwood Gone
  1870. My son
  1871. "My Torch Indeed...They Shall Be As Happy"
  1872. "Mysterious Gondola"
  1873. Nacht und Träume, D.827
  1874. Nachtstück, D.672
  1875. Narcissus (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  1876. Narcissus (feat. oboe: Joy Boughton)
  1877. Narcissus (feat. oboe: Nicholas Daniel)
  1878. "Naturally, Signore, I Understand"
  1879. "Near the Black Mountains there I dwelt"
  1880. "Next, Winter Comes Slowly, Pale"
  1881. Night Piece (Notturno) (1963)
  1882. Nights are days
  1883. Niobe (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  1884. Niobe (feat. oboe: Joy Boughton)
  1885. Niobe (feat. oboe: Nicholas Daniel)
  1886. No. 1. A Song of Enchantment
  1887. No. 1. Beware!
  1888. No. 1. Dirge in Woods
  1889. No. 1. Frederic Chopin to a Friend
  1890. No. 1. Full Fathom Five
  1891. No. 1. Lord! I married me a wife
  1892. No. 1. Pace non trovo
  1893. No. 1. Prayer I
  1894. No. 1. Prologue
  1895. No. 1. Prologue: Where are the seeds of the Universal Fire
  1896. No. 1. Proverb I: The pride of the peacock
  1897. No. 1. Sonetto XVI: Si come nella penna e nell'inchiostro
  1898. No. 1. The Moon
  1899. No. 1 The Ride-By-Nights
  1900. No. 1. Time
  1901. No. 1. To Daffodils
  1902. No. 10. The Fly
  1903. No. 11. Proverb VI: The hours of folly
  1904. No. 12. Ah! Sun-flower!
  1905. No. 13. Proverb VII: To see a World
  1906. No. 14. Every Night and Every Morn
  1907. No. 2. Autumn
  1908. No. 2. Benedetto sia 'l giorno
  1909. No. 2. Concord
  1910. No. 2. Going Down Hill on a Bicycle (A Boy's Song)
  1911. No. 2. Jig
  1912. No. 2. Little Sir William
  1913. No. 2. London
  1914. No. 2. O that I had ne’er been married
  1915. No. 2. Pastoral
  1916. No. 2. Rosa Mystica
  1917. No. 2. She's like the swallow
  1918. No. 2. Silence
  1919. No. 2. Sonetto XXXI: A che piu debb'io mai l'intensa voglia
  1920. No. 2. Song: We are the darkness in the heat of the day
  1921. No. 2. The Cloud-capp'd Towers
  1922. No. 2 The Rainbow
  1923. No. 2. The Succession of the Four Sweet Months
  1924. No. 2. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to his Father
  1925. No. 3. Epilogue: So, out of the dark
  1926. No. 3. Epitaph: The Clerk
  1927. No. 3. Franz Schubert to a Friend
  1928. No. 3. God's Grandeur
  1929. No. 3. I' vidi in terra angelici
  1930. No. 3. Lemady
  1931. No. 3. Marsh Flowers
  1932. No. 3. Master Kilby
  1933. No. 3. Nocturne
  1934. No. 3. Over Hill, Over Dale
  1935. No. 3. Phrase
  1936. No. 3. Proverb II: Prisons are built
  1937. No. 3. Roundel
  1938. No. 3. Silver
  1939. No. 3. Sonetto XXX: Veggio co' bei vostri occhi un dolce lume
  1940. No. 3. Sw. Franciszek
  1941. No. 3. Sweet Polly Oliver
  1942. No. 3 The Ship of Rio
  1943. No. 3. Time and Concord
  1944. No. 4. Antique
  1945. No. 4. Bonny at morn
  1946. No. 4. Country Girls
  1947. No. 4. Elegy
  1948. No. 4. Johann Sebastian Bach to the Town Council
  1949. No. 4. Modulation
  1950. No. 4. Omar's Lament
  1951. No. 4. Prayer II
  1952. No. 4. Sonetto LV: Tu sa' ch'io so, signior mie, che tu sai
  1953. No. 4. The Chimney-Sweeper
  1954. No. 4. The Evening Primrose
  1955. No. 4. The Soldier and the Sailor
  1956. No. 4. Vigil
  1957. No. 5. Ballad of Green Broom
  1958. No. 5. Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn
  1959. No. 5. Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn, "I was lonely and forlorn"
  1960. No. 5. Canon
  1961. No. 5. Claude Debussy to a Friend
  1962. No. 5. Dirge
  1963. No. 5. O Deus, ego amo te
  1964. No. 5. Proverb III: The bird a nest
  1965. No. 5. Rustics and Fishermen
  1966. No. 5. Sonetto XXXVIII: Rendete a gli occhi miei, o fonte o fiume
  1967. No. 5. The Birds
  1968. No. 5. Tit for Tat
  1969. No. 6. A Poison Tree
  1970. No. 6. Dafydd y Garreg Wen (David of the White Rock)
  1971. No. 6. Dance Song
  1972. No. 6. Final Dance of Homage
  1973. No. 6. Giacomo Puccini to a Friend
  1974. No. 6. Hymn
  1975. No. 6. Sonetto XXXII: S'un casto amor, s'una pieta superna
  1976. No. 6. The Ash Grove
  1977. No. 6. The Shooting of his Dear
  1978. No. 6. The Soldier
  1979. No. 7. Heaven-Haven
  1980. No. 7. Oliver Cromwell
  1981. No. 7. Proverb IV: Think in the morning
  1982. No. 7. Robert Schumann to his Fiancee
  1983. No. 7. Sonetto XXIV: Spirto ben nato, in cui si specchia e vede
  1984. No. 7. Sonnet
  1985. No. 7. The False Knight upon the Road
  1986. No. 8. Bird Scarer's Song
  1987. No. 8. Epiloque
  1988. No. 8. The Tyger
  1989. No. 9. Proverb V: The tygers of wrath
  1990. Nocturnal for Guitar, Op. 70 (after John Dowland)
  1991. Nocturne
  1992. Nocturne, Op. 60: I. On a poet's lips I slept
  1993. Nocturne, Op. 60: II. Below the thunders of the upper deep
  1994. Nocturne, Op. 60: III. Encinctured with a twine of leaves
  1995. Nocturne, Op. 60: IV. Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting, ting
  1996. Nocturne, Op. 60: V. But that night when on my bed I lay
  1997. Nocturne, Op. 60: VI. She sleeps on soft, last breaths; but no ghost looms
  1998. Nocturne, Op. 60: VII. What is more gentle than a wind in summer
  1999. Nocturne, Op. 60: VIII. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see
  2000. North Memphis Blues
  2001. "Now Annas Sent Him Bound Unto the High Priest"
  2002. Now - I have done what I said
  2003. Now In These Fairylands
  2004. Now Is Gossip Put on Trial
  2005. Now, little white boy!
  2006. Now!... Now!
  2007. Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
  2008. "Now That Same Disciple Was Known Unto the High Priest"
  2009. Now the Great Bear and Pleiades
  2010. "Now the Maids and the Men Are Making Of Hay"
  2011. "Now the Night Is Chas'd Away"
  2012. Now then! Notebook, Florence!
  2013. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: I. Lord Jesus, think on me
  2014. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: II. I God, that all this worlde hath wroughte
  2015. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: III. Have done, you men and wemen all
  2016. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: IV. Now in the name of God I will begyne
  2017. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: IX. Noye, take thy wife anone
  2018. Noye's Fludde, Op.59: "Noye, Noye, Take Thou Thy Company"
  2019. Noye's Fludde, Op.59: "The Spacious Firmament on High"
  2020. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: V. Noye, Noye, take thou thy company
  2021. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: VI. Wiffe, come in! why standes thou their?
  2022. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: VII. Ha! Children, me thinkes my botte removes
  2023. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: VIII. Now forty dayes are fullie gone
  2024. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: X. Noye, heare I behette thee a heste
  2025. Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: XI. The spacious firmament on high
  2026. O all ye works of the Lord
  2027. O can ye sew cushions?
  2028. O ear whose creatures
  2029. "O generous Love!"
  2030. O holy night (Minuit chrétien)
  2031. O King, Nebuchadnezzar
  2032. "O Let Me Weep, For Ever Weep"
  2033. O Quam Tristis
  2034. O sing unto the Lord
  2035. O Solitude (1955)
  2036. O the sight entrancing
  2037. O Waly, Waly
  2038. O why do you weep
  2039. O ye Winter and Summer
  2040. Occasional Overture
  2041. Occasional Overture in C major, Op.38
  2042. Offertorium
  2043. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe (boys)
  2044. Offertorium: So Abram rose (tenor and baritone)
  2045. Oft in the Stilly Night
  2046. Oh, Hang at Open Doors
  2047. Oh, When I Was In Love With You
  2048. Old Abram Brown
  2049. Old Joe Has Gone Fishing
  2050. Oliver Cromwell
  2051. On a poet's lips
  2052. On a poet's lips I slept
  2053. On This Island, Op. 11: As It Is, Plenty
  2054. On This Island, Op. 11: Let the Florid Music Praise
  2055. On This Island, Op. 11: Nocturne
  2056. On This Island, Op. 11: Now the Leaves Are Falling Fast
  2057. On This Island, Op. 11: Seascape
  2058. On Wenlock Edge
  2059. "One Charming Night"
  2060. "One Ever Hangs Where Shelled Roads Part"
  2061. "One Moment, If You Please"
  2062. Oration
  2063. Orpheus Britannicus: "Let sullen discorn smile"
  2064. Orpheus Britannicus: "So when the glittering Queen of Night"
  2065. Orpheus Britannicus: "Thou tun'st this world"
  2066. Orpheus Britannicus: "'Tis holiday" / "Sound, Fame, they brazen trumpet"
  2067. Orpheus Britannicus: "Why should men quarrel?"
  2068. Our Hunting Fathers, Op. 8
  2069. Our Hunting Fathers Op. 8: A. Rats Away!
  2070. Our Hunting Fathers Op. 8: B. Messalina
  2071. Our Hunting Fathers Op. 8: C. Dance of Death
  2072. Our Hunting Fathers, Op. 8: Dance of Death (Hawking for the Partridge)
  2073. Our Hunting Fathers, Op. 8: Epilogue and a Funeral March
  2074. Our Hunting Fathers Op. 8: Epilogue and Funeral March
  2075. Our Hunting Fathers, op.8: I. Prologue (London Symphony Orchestra, feat. conductor: Benjamin Britten, tenor: Peter Pears)
  2076. Our Hunting Fathers, op.8: II. Rats Away! (London Symphony Orchestra, feat. conductor: Benjamin Britten, tenor: Peter Pears)
  2077. Our Hunting Fathers, op.8: III. Messalina (London Symphony Orchestra, feat. conductor: Benjamin Britten, tenor: Peter Pears)
  2078. Our Hunting Fathers, op.8: IV. Dance of Death (London Symphony Orchestra, feat. conductor: Benjamin Britten, tenor: Peter Pears)
  2079. Our Hunting Fathers, Op. 8: Messalina
  2080. Our Hunting Fathers, Op. 8: Prologue
  2081. Our Hunting Fathers, Op. 8: Rats Away!
  2082. Our Hunting Fathers, op.8: V. Epilogue and Funeral March (London Symphony Orchestra, feat. conductor: Benjamin Britten, tenor: Peter Pears)
  2083. Out there, we've walked quite friendly up to Death
  2084. OutKast
  2085. Ouvertüre
  2086. Overture
  2087. Overture for Chorus and Orchestra, Op.79 "The Building of the House"
  2088. Overture: Venice
  2089. Pah!
  2090. Pan (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  2091. Pan (feat. oboe: Joy Boughton)
  2092. Pan (feat. oboe: Nicholas Daniel)
  2093. Parade
  2094. Part I: Introduction
  2095. Part I: Spring, the Sweet Spring
  2096. Part I: The Driving Boy
  2097. Part I: The Merry Cuckoo
  2098. Part I: The Morning Star
  2099. Part II: Out on the Lawn I lie in Bed
  2100. Part II: Waters above
  2101. Part II: Welcome Maids of Honour
  2102. Part III: Fair and Fair
  2103. Part III: Sound the Flute
  2104. Part III: When will my May come
  2105. Part IV: Finale
  2106. Pas de Deux
  2107. Pas de Six
  2108. Pas de Trois
  2109. Passacaglia
  2110. Passacaglia from 'Peter Grimes': Passacaglia
  2111. Passacaglia: Lento solenne
  2112. Passacaglia, Op. 33b
  2113. Past
  2114. Past Time to Close!
  2115. Pastoral
  2116. Peches de vieillesse, Vol. 3: Morceaux reserves: No. 9. Romance, "Le sylvain"
  2117. Pedlar of spells
  2118. People!... No! I Will Speak!
  2119. "Per pietà, non ricercate", K.420
  2120. Percussion
  2121. Persephone
  2122. Personent hodie (arr. G. Holst)
  2123. Peter Grimes!
  2124. Peter Grimes: 4 Sea Interludes, Op. 33a: No. 4. Storm
  2125. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "And do you prefer the storm" (Balstrode)
  2126. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "Hi! Give us a hand!" (Peter)
  2127. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "I have to go from pub to pub" (Hobson)
  2128. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "Let her among you without fault cast the first stone" (Ellen)
  2129. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "Look, the storm cone!" (Balstrode)
  2130. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "Oh! hang at open doors the net, the cork," (Women and Fishermen)
  2131. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 1. "What harbour shelters peace" (Peter)
  2132. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. "Have you heard? The cliff is down" (Keene)
  2133. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. Interlude II
  2134. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. "Now the Great Bear and Pleiades" (Peter)
  2135. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. "Old Joe has gone fishing" (Keene)
  2136. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. "Past time to close!" (Auntie)
  2137. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. "The bridge is down, we half swam over" (Hobson)
  2138. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene 2. "We live and let live" (Balstrode)
  2139. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "And do you prefer the storm"
  2140. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene I. "Hi! Give us a hand!" (Peter)
  2141. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "Hi! Give us a hand!" (Peter, Boles, Balstrode, Ned, Auntie, Hobson)
  2142. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene I. "I have to go from pub to pub" (Hobson)
  2143. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "I have to go from pub to pub" (Hobson, Chorus, Ellen, Ned)
  2144. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "Let her among you without fault cast the first stone" (Ellen, Hobson, Mrs Sedley, Ned)
  2145. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene I. "Look, the storm cone!" (Balstrode)
  2146. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "Look, the storm cone!" (Balstrode, Chorus, Ned, Boles)
  2147. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "Oh! Hang at open doors the net, the cork," (Chorus, 1st Fisherman, Auntie, Boles, Balstrode, 2nd Fisherman, Rector, Ni
  2148. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene I. "Oh! hang at open doors the net, the cork" (Women, Fishermen)
  2149. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene I. "They listen to money" (Balstrode, Peter)
  2150. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene I. "What harbour shelters peace" (Peter)
  2151. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. "Come on, boy!" (Balstrode, Chorus)
  2152. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene II. "Have you heard? The cliff is down" (Keene)
  2153. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. "Have you heard? The cliff is down" (Ned, Auntie, Mrs Sedley, Balstrode, Chorus)
  2154. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. Interlude II: Storm
  2155. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene II. "Now the Great Bear and Pleiades" (Peter)
  2156. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. "Now the Great Bear and Pleiades" (Peter, Chorus, Nieces, Boles, Balstrode, Auntie)
  2157. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene II. "Old Joe has gone fishing" (Keene)
  2158. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. "Old Joe has gone fishing" (Ned, Chorus, Peter)
  2159. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene II. "Past time to close!" (Auntie)
  2160. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. "Past time to close!" (Auntie, Mrs Sedley, Balstrode, Boles, Nieces, Fisherman)
  2161. Peter Grimes: Act: I, Scene II. "The bridge is down" (Hobson, Ned, Ellen, Boles, Auntie, Nieces, Peter)
  2162. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene II. "The bridge is down, we half swam over" (Hobson)
  2163. Peter Grimes: Act I, Scene II. "We live and let live" (Balstrode)
  2164. Peter Grimes: Act II. Interlude III
  2165. Peter Grimes: Act: II. Interlude III: Sunday morning
  2166. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "Fool to let it come to this!" (Auntie)
  2167. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "From the gutter, why should we trouble at their ribaldries?" (Nieces)
  2168. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "Glitter of waves and glitter of sunlight" (Ellen)
  2169. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. Interlude IV, Passacaglia
  2170. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "Let this be a holiday" (Ellen)
  2171. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "Now is gossip put on trial," (Mrs Sedley, Boles, Rector, Keene, Swallow and Chorus)
  2172. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "People!... No! I will speak!" (Boles)
  2173. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "Swallow! Shall we go and see Grimmes in his hut?" (Rector)
  2174. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "This unrelenting work" (Ellen)
  2175. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "We planned that their lives should have a new start" (Ellen)
  2176. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 1. "What is it?" (Chorus)
  2177. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 2. "Go there!" (Peter)
  2178. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 2. "Now!... Now!..." (Boles, Rector, Swallow, Keene and Chorus)
  2179. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene 2. "Peter Grimes! Nobody here?" (Rector)
  2180. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "Child you're not too young to know" (Ellen, Chorus, Rector, Peter)
  2181. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "Fool to let it come to this!" (Auntie)
  2182. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "Fool to let it come to this!" (Auntie, Ned, Boles, Chorus, Mrs Sedley, Balstrode, Lawyer, Swallow, Fisherwoman, Nices
  2183. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "From the gutter" (Nieces, Auntie, Ellen)
  2184. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "From the gutter, why should we trouble at their ribaldries?" (Nieces)
  2185. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "Glitter of waves and glitter of sunlight" (Ellen)
  2186. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "Glitter of waves and glitter of sunlight" (Ellen, Chorus, Rector)
  2187. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. Interlude IV: Passacaglia
  2188. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "Let this be a holiday" (Ellen)
  2189. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "Now is gossip put on trial" (Chorus, Mrs Sedley, Boles, Rector, Ned, Swallow)
  2190. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "Now is gossip put on trial" (Mrs. Sedley, Boles, Rector, Keene, Swallow, Chorus)
  2191. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "People!... No! I will speak!" (Boles)
  2192. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "People! ... No! I will speak!" (Boles, Chorus, Balstrode, Rector, Auntie, Ellen)
  2193. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "Swallow! Shall we go and see Grimes in his hut?" (Rector)
  2194. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "This unrelenting work" (Ellen)
  2195. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "This unrelenting work" (Ellen, Peter, Chorus)
  2196. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene I. "We planned that their lives should have a new start" (Ellen, Rector, Mrs Sedley, Boles, Ned, Nieces, Auntie, Balstrod
  2197. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene I. "What is it?" (Chorus)
  2198. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene II. "Go there!"
  2199. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene II. "In dreams I've built myself some kindlier home" (Peter)
  2200. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene II. "Now!... Now!..." (Boles, Rector, Swallow, Keene, Chorus (off))
  2201. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene II. "Now! ... Now!" (Chorus, Peter, Boles, Rector, Swallow, Ned)
  2202. Peter Grimes: Act II, Scene II. "Peter Grimes! Nobody here?" (Rector)
  2203. Peter Grimes: Act: II, Scene II. "Peter Grimes! Nobody there?" (Rector, Swallow, Ned)
  2204. Peter Grimes: Act III. Interlude V
  2205. Peter Grimes: Act: III. Interlude V: Moonlight
  2206. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. "Assign your prettiness to me" (Swallow)
  2207. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. "Come along, Doctor!" (First Burgess)
  2208. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. "Embroidery in childhood was a luxury of idleness" (Ellen)
  2209. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. Interlude VI
  2210. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. "Mister Swallow! Mister Swallow!" (Mrs Sedley)
  2211. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. "Pah! Ahoy!" (Swallow and Keene)
  2212. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 1. "Who holds himself apart, lets his pride rise" (Chorus)
  2213. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 2. "Grimes! Grimes!" (Chorus)
  2214. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 2. "Peter, we've come to take you home" (Ellen)
  2215. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene 2. "To those who pass the Borough" (Chorus)
  2216. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene I. "Assign your prettiness to me" (Swallow)
  2217. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. "Assign your prettiness to me" (Swallow, Nieces, Ned)
  2218. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene I. "Come along, Doctor!" (First Burgess)
  2219. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. "Come along, Doctor!" (First Burgess, Burgesses, Rector, Mrs Sedley, Ellen, Balstrode)
  2220. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. "Embroidery in childhood was a luxury of idleness" (Ellen, Balstrode)
  2221. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene I. "Embroidery in childhood was a luxury of idleness" (Ellen)
  2222. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. Interlude VI
  2223. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. "Mister Keene! Mister Keene! Can you spare a moment" (Mrs Sedley, Ned)
  2224. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene I. "Mister Swallow! Mister Swallow!" (Mrs. Sedley)
  2225. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. "Mister Swallow! Mister Swallow!" (Mrs Sedley, Auntie, Swallow, Hobson)
  2226. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene I. "Pah!... Ahoy!" (Swallow, Keene)
  2227. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene I. "Who holds himself apart, lets his pride rise" (Chorus)
  2228. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene I. "Who holds himself apart, lets pride rise" (Chorus)
  2229. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene II. "Grimes! Grimes!" (Chorus (off))
  2230. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene II. "Grimes! Grimes!" (Chorus, Peter)
  2231. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene II. "Peter, we've come to take you home" (Ellen)
  2232. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene II. "Peter, we've come to take you home" (Ellen, Peter, Balstrode)
  2233. Peter Grimes: Act III, Scene II. "To those who pass the Borough" (Chorus)
  2234. Peter Grimes: Act: III, Scene II. "To those who pass the Borough" (Chorus, Swallow, Fisherman, Auntie, Boles)
  2235. Peter Grimes Four Sea Interludes Op 33a: 01 Dawn
  2236. Peter Grimes Four Sea Interludes Op 33a: 02 Sunday Morning
  2237. Peter Grimes Four Sea Interludes Op 33a: 03 Moonlight
  2238. Peter Grimes Four Sea Interludes Op 33a: 04 Storm
  2239. Peter Grimes, I Here Advise You!
  2240. Peter Grimes: Interlude I: On the beach (Dawn)
  2241. Peter Grimes: Interlude II: The Storm
  2242. Peter Grimes: Interlude III: Sunday morning by the beach
  2243. Peter Grimes: Interlude IV (Passacaglia)
  2244. Peter Grimes: Interlude V: Evening
  2245. Peter Grimes: Interlude VI: Fog
  2246. Peter Grimes! Nobody Here?
  2247. Peter Grimes, Op.33 / Act 1: Interlude II: The Storm
  2248. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "And do you prefer the storm"
  2249. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "Hi! Give us a hand"
  2250. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "I have to go from pub to pub"
  2251. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "Let her among you"
  2252. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "Look, the storm come!"
  2253. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "Oh, hang at open doors"
  2254. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 1: "What harbour shelters peace"
  2255. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 2: "Have you heard?"
  2256. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 2: "Now the Great Bear and Pleiades"
  2257. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 2: "Old Joe has gone fishing"
  2258. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 2: "Past time to close!"
  2259. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act I, Scene 2: "We live and let live"
  2260. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "Fool to let it come to this!"
  2261. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "From the gutter"
  2262. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "Glitter of waves"
  2263. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "Let this be a holiday"
  2264. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "Now is gossip put on trial"
  2265. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "People!...No! I will speak!"
  2266. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "Swallow! Shall we go"
  2267. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "This unrelenting work"
  2268. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "We planned that their lives"
  2269. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 1: "What is it?"
  2270. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 2: "Go there!"
  2271. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 2: "Now!...Now!"
  2272. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act II, Scene 2: "Peter Grimes! Nobody here?"
  2273. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 1: "Assign your prettiness to me"
  2274. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 1: "Come along, Doctor!"
  2275. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 1: "Embroidery in childhood"
  2276. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 1: "Mr. Swallow!"
  2277. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 1: "Pah!"
  2278. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 1: "Who holds himself apart"
  2279. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 2: "Grimes! Grimes!"
  2280. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 2: "Peter, we've come to take you home"
  2281. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Act III, Scene 2: "To those who pass the Borough"
  2282. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Four Sea Interludes I Dawn
  2283. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Four Sea Interludes II Sunday Morning
  2284. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Four Sea Interludes III Moonlight
  2285. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Four Sea Interludes IV Storm
  2286. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Interlude I
  2287. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Interlude II
  2288. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Interlude III
  2289. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Interlude IV
  2290. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Interlude V
  2291. Peter Grimes, Op. 33: Interlude VI
  2292. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Prologue: "Peter Grimes!"
  2293. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Prologue: "Peter Grimes, I here advise you!"
  2294. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Prologue: "The truth... the pity..."
  2295. Peter Grimes, Op. 33, Prologue: "You sailed your boat"
  2296. Peter Grimes, Op. 33b: Passacaglia
  2297. Peter Grimes: Prologue. Interlude I
  2298. Peter Grimes: Prologue. Interlude I: Dawn
  2299. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "Peter Grimes!" (Hobson)
  2300. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "Peter grimes!" (Hobson, Swallow, Peter)
  2301. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "Peter Grimes, I here advise you!" (Swallow)
  2302. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "Peter Grimes, I here advise you!" (Swallow, Chorus, Hobson, Peter)
  2303. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "The truth... the pity... and the truth" (Peter)
  2304. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "The truth...the pity...and the truth" (Peter)
  2305. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "The truth ... the pity" (Peter, Ellen)
  2306. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "You sailed your boat round the coast" (Swallow)
  2307. Peter Grimes: Prologue. "You sailed your boat round the coast" (Swallow, Peter, Mrs Sedley, Chorus, Hobson, Ellen)
  2308. Peter, We've Come to Take You Home
  2309. "Peter, Who Denied His Lord"
  2310. Phaedra, Op. 63: I. Prologue - In May, in brilliant Athens
  2311. Phaedra, Op. 63: II. My lost and dazzled eyes
  2312. Phaedra, Op. 63: III. Venus resigned her altar to my new Lord
  2313. Phaedra, Op. 63: IV. Phaedra in all her madness stands before you
  2314. Phaedra, Op. 63: IX. Chills already dart along my boiling veins
  2315. Phaedra, Op. 63: V. The wife of Theseus loves Hippolytus
  2316. Phaedra, Op. 63: VI. Oh Gods of wrath
  2317. Phaedra, Op. 63: VII. Death to the unhappy's no catastrophe
  2318. Phaedra, Op. 63: VIII. My time's too short, your highness
  2319. Phaedra, Op. 93: In May, in brilliant Athens
  2320. Phaedra, Op. 93: My time's too short, your highness
  2321. Phaedra, Op. 93: Oh Gods of wrath
  2322. Phaeton (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  2323. Phaeton (feat. oboe: Joy Boughton)
  2324. Phaeton (feat. oboe: Nicholas Daniel)
  2325. Phantasie in F sharp minor, for Piano Quartet (Live In Snape / 1967)
  2326. Phantasy for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Violoncello, Op. 2
  2327. Phrase
  2328. Piano Concerto, Op. 13: III. Recitative and Aria (1938 original version)
  2329. Pictures at Sea
  2330. Piercing Eyes, H.XXVIa:35
  2331. Playful pizzicato
  2332. Polka
  2333. "Praise We Great Men" for Voices, Chorus and Orchestra: I.
  2334. "Praise We Great Men" for Voices, Chorus and Orchestra: II.
  2335. "Praise We Great Men" for Voices, Chorus and Orchestra: III.
  2336. Pray Goody
  2337. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 1. Prelude
  2338. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 2. March and Gavotte
  2339. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 3a. The Four Kings - The King of the North
  2340. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 3b. The Four Kings - The King of the East
  2341. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 3c. The Four Kings - The King of the West
  2342. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 3d. The Four Kings - The King of the South
  2343. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 4. Belle Epine and Belle Rose
  2344. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 5. Variations of the Prince and Belle Rose
  2345. Prelude and Dances from the Prince of the Pagoda, Op. 57b: 6. Finale
  2346. Prelude and Fugue
  2347. Prelude and Fugue for 18-part string orchestra, Op.29
  2348. Prelude and Fugue for 18-part String Orchestra, Op. 29: I. Prelude: Grave
  2349. Prelude and Fugue for 18-part String Orchestra, Op. 29: II. Fugue: Allegro energico
  2350. Prelude and Fugue for 18-part String Orchestra, Op. 29: III. Coda: Grave coma prima
  2351. Prelude and Fugue on a Theme of Vittoria
  2352. Prelude and Fugue, Op. 29
  2353. Prelude..."Come, All Ye Songsters Of the Sky"
  2354. Prelude No.1
  2355. Presto inquieto
  2356. Prisoner's Monologue: 'Industrialists, bankers, in comfortable chairs
  2357. Prisons are built...The Chimney Sweeper
  2358. Procession
  2359. "Proficiscere, Anima Christiana"
  2360. Prologue
  2361. Proud songsters
  2362. Psalm 150 for voices & orchestra, Op.67
  2363. Psalm 150, Op. 67
  2364. Purcell Realizations: Evening Hymn
  2365. Purcell Realizations: I'll Sail Upon the Dog-Star
  2366. Purcell Realizations: In the Black Dismal Dungeon of Despair
  2367. Purcell Realizations: Knotting Song
  2368. Purcell Realizations: Let the Dreadful Engines
  2369. Purcell Realizations: Man Is for the Woman Made
  2370. Quae Maerebat
  2371. Quand j'étais chez mon père
  2372. Quando Corpus
  2373. Quartettino: I. Andante
  2374. Quartettino: II. Poco adagio ma con moto
  2375. Quartettino: III. Allegro molto vivace
  2376. Quelle est cette odeur agreable (arr. J. Finney)
  2377. Quick, here they are
  2378. Quickly, quickly, come along
  2379. Quis Est Homo
  2380. Rage of the Kings
  2381. Reading: I see Christ's wounds weep in the Rose on the wall
  2382. Reading: In such a heat of the earth
  2383. Reading: The earth of my heart was broken and gaped low - Fanfare
  2384. Ready, Alfred?
  2385. "Receive the Stranger God"
  2386. Recession
  2387. Recitativo: Fantastico
  2388. Recordare
  2389. "Recordare Jesu Pie"
  2390. Reflection
  2391. Rehearsing War Requiem: Agnus Dei (Discussion in the control room between Britten, Peter Pears and John Culshaw)
  2392. Rehearsing War Requiem: Dies irae (Discussion between Britten and Galina Vishnevskaya (via her interpreter), then between John Culshaw and Galina Vish
  2393. Rehearsing War Requiem: Dies irae (Rehearsal of end of movement)
  2394. Rehearsing War Requiem: Dies irae (Rehearsal of the opening section)
  2395. Rehearsing War Requiem: Libera me (Discussion in the control room between Britten and John Culshaw)
  2396. Rehearsing War Requiem: Libera me (Rehearsal)
  2397. Rehearsing War Requiem: Libera me (Rehearsal of closing page)
  2398. Rehearsing War Requiem: Offertorium (Rehearsal)
  2399. Rehearsing War Requiem: Requiem aeternam (Rehearsal)
  2400. Rehearsing War Requiem: Sanctus (Discussion in the control room between Britten and Galina Vishnevskaya)
  2401. Rehearsing War Requiem: Sanctus (Rehearsal)
  2402. Rejoice in God, O ye Tongues
  2403. Rejoice in the Lamb - 1
  2404. Rejoice in the Lamb - 2
  2405. Rejoice in the Lamb - 3
  2406. Rejoice in the Lamb - 4
  2407. Rejoice in the Lamb - 5
  2408. Rejoice in the Lamb - 6
  2409. Rejoice in the Lamb - 7
  2410. Rejoice in the Lamb - 8
  2411. Rejoice in the Lamb: Festival Cantata, Op. 30
  2412. Rejoice in the Lamb: For H is a spirit
  2413. Rejoice in the Lamb: For H Is a Spirit and Therefore He is God
  2414. Rejoice in the Lamb: For I am under the same accusation
  2415. Rejoice in the Lamb: For I Am Under the Same Accusation With My Saviour
  2416. Rejoice in the Lamb: For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffrey
  2417. Rejoice in the Lamb: For I will consider my cat Jeoffry
  2418. Rejoice in the Lamb: For the flowers are great blessings
  2419. Rejoice in the Lamb: For the Instruments Are by Their Rhimes
  2420. Rejoice in the Lamb: For the Mouse...
  2421. Rejoice in the Lamb: For the Mouse Is a Creature of Great Personal Valour
  2422. Rejoice in the Lamb: Hallelujah
  2423. Rejoice in the Lamb: Hallelujah From the Heart of God
  2424. Rejoice in the Lamb Op.30
  2425. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: "For at that time malignity ceases"
  2426. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For H Is a Spirit
  2427. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For H is a spirit and therefore he is God —
  2428. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For I Am Under the Same Accusation
  2429. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: "For I am under the same accusation with my Saviour"
  2430. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffry
  2431. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For the Flowers Are Great Blessings
  2432. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: "For the instruments are by their rhimes"
  2433. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For the Mouse Is a Creature of Great Personal Valour
  2434. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: "Hallelujah"
  2435. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: Hallelujah from the heart of God
  2436. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: I. Rejoice in God, O ye Tongues
  2437. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: "Let Nimrod the mighty hunter"
  2438. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: "Rejoice in God"
  2439. Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: Rejoice in God, o Ye Tongues
  2440. Rejoice in the Lamb: Rejoice in God, O ye Tongues
  2441. Requiem aeternam
  2442. Requiem aeternam: Requiem aeternam (chorus)
  2443. Requiem aeternam: What passing-bells for these who die as cattle? (tenor)
  2444. Resolution
  2445. "Return Fond Muse, The Thoughts Of War" (Live In London / 1967)
  2446. Reveille
  2447. Rhyme
  2448. Rich and rare
  2449. Right! We'll have him!
  2450. Rise Up, Shepherds, and Follow (arr. M. Hayes)
  2451. Romance
  2452. Rondo Concertante: I. Allegro molto (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  2453. Rondo Concertante: II. Lento (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  2454. Rossini Suite: I. March. Allegro brillante
  2455. Rossini Suite: II. Canzonetta. Allegretto
  2456. Rossini Suite: III. Allegretto
  2457. Rossini Suite: IV. Bolero. Allegro moderato
  2458. Rossini Suite: V. Allegro con brio
  2459. 'Round Midnight
  2460. "Rouse Thee, My Fainting Soul"
  2461. Royaute
  2462. Run, poor sweep-boy
  2463. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: I. St. Godric's Hymn
  2464. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: II. I mon waxe wod
  2465. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: III. Lenten is come
  2466. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: IV. The long night
  2467. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: V. Yif ic of luve can
  2468. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: VI. Carol
  2469. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: VII. Ye that pasen by
  2470. Sacred and Profane - Eight Medieval Lyrics, Op. 91: VIII. A death
  2471. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: I. St. Godric's Hymn
  2472. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: II. I mon waxe wod
  2473. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: III. Lenten is come
  2474. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: IV. The long night
  2475. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: V. Yif ic of luve can
  2476. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: VI. Carol
  2477. Sacred and Profane, Op .91: VII. Ye that pasen by
  2478. Sacred and Profane, Op. 91: VIII. A Death
  2479. Sail on, sail on
  2480. Sailor-boy
  2481. Sailor's Song - Hob.XXVIa:31 (1794/95)
  2482. Saint Nicolas; Der Tod Des Nikolaus
  2483. Saint Nicolas; Der Tod Des Nikolaus 2
  2484. Saint Nicolas; Die Geburt Des Nikolaus
  2485. Saint Nicolas; Er Fahrt Nach Palastina
  2486. Saint Nicolas: He Journeys to Palestine
  2487. Saint Nicolas: His Piety and Marvellous Works
  2488. Saint Nicolas: Introduction
  2489. Saint Nicolas: Nicolas and the Pickled Boys
  2490. Saint Nicolas: Nicolas Comes to Myra and Is Chosen Bishop
  2491. Saint Nicolas: Nicolas Devotes Himself to God
  2492. Saint Nicolas: Nicolas From Prison
  2493. Saint Nicolas; Nikolaus Erweckt Drei Knaben Wieder Zum Leben
  2494. Saint Nicolas; Nikolaus 'Erzahlung Aus Dem Gefangnis
  2495. Saint Nicolas; Nikolaus Kommt Nach Myra Und Wird Zum Bischof Gewahlt
  2496. Saint Nicolas; Nikolaus Weiht Sein Leben Gott
  2497. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: I. Introduction
  2498. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: II. The Birth of Nicolas
  2499. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: III. Nicolas Devotes Himself to God
  2500. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: IV. He Journeys to Palestine
  2501. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: IX. The Death of Nicolas
  2502. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: V. Nicolas Comes to Myra and Is Chosen Bishop
  2503. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: VI. Nicolas from Prison
  2504. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: VII. Nicolas and the Pickled Boys
  2505. Saint Nicolas, Op. 42: VIII. His Piety and Marvellous Works
  2506. Saint Nicolas; Seine Frommigkeit Und Seine Wunderbaren Werke
  2507. Saint Nicolas: The Birth of Nicolas
  2508. Saint Nicolas: The Death of Nicolas
  2509. Salley in our Alley
  2510. Sally in Our Alley
  2511. Salus aeterna
  2512. Sancta Mater
  2513. Sanctus
  2514. Sanctus: After the blast of lightning (baritone)
  2515. "Sanctus Fortis, Sanctus Deus"
  2516. "Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus"
  2517. Sanctus: Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus (soprano and chorus)
  2518. Santa Lucia
  2519. Saul and the Witch at Endor (1947)
  2520. Scene 2 - Bounce me high, bounce me low
  2521. Scherzo: Allegro molto
  2522. Scotch Strathspey and Reel
  2523. Scottish Ballad for 2 Pianos and Orchestra, Op.26
  2524. Second Movement Playful Pizzicato
  2525. "See, Even Night Herself Is Here"
  2526. "See, I Obey"
  2527. "See, My Many-Coloured Fields"
  2528. Sentimental saraband
  2529. Sentimental Sarabande
  2530. Sephestia's Lullaby
  2531. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 01 Prologue
  2532. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 02 Pastoral (Cotton)
  2533. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 03 Nocturne (Tennyson)
  2534. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 04 Elegy (Blake)
  2535. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 05 Dirge (Anon)
  2536. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 06 Hymn (Jonson)
  2537. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 07 Sonnet (Keats)
  2538. Serenade for tenor, horn & strings Op 31: 08 Epilogue
  2539. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Dirge
  2540. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Elegy
  2541. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Epilogue
  2542. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Hymn
  2543. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: I. Pastoral
  2544. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: I. Prologue
  2545. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: II. Nocturne
  2546. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: II. Pastoral
  2547. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: III. Elegy
  2548. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: III. Nocturne
  2549. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: IV. Dirge
  2550. Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings, Op. 31: IV. Elegy
  2551. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Nocturne
  2552. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Pastoral
  2553. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: Prologue
  2554. Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings, Op.31: 'Sonnet
  2555. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: V. Dirge
  2556. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: V. Hymn
  2557. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: VI. Hymn
  2558. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: VI. Sonnet
  2559. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: VII. Sonnet
  2560. Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings, Op. 31: VIII. Epilogue
  2561. Serenade Op. 31: 1. Pastoral: The Day's Grown Old
  2562. Serenade Op. 31: 2. Nocturne: The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls
  2563. Serenade Op. 31: 3. Elegy: O Rose, Thou Art Sick
  2564. Serenade Op. 31: 4. Dirge: This Ae Nighte
  2565. Serenade Op. 31: 5. Hymn: Queen and Huntress
  2566. Serenade Op. 31: 6. Sonnet: O Soft Embalmer of the Still Midnight
  2567. Serenade Op. 31: Epilogue
  2568. Serenade Op. 31: Prologue
  2569. "Serenissima...Low-Lying Clouds, Unending Grey"
  2570. Seven Songs (1947): Fairest Isle
  2571. Seven Songs (1947): I'll sail upon the Dog-star
  2572. Seven Songs (1947): If music be the food of love
  2573. Seven Songs (1947): Music for a while
  2574. Seven Songs (1947): On the brow of Richmond Hill
  2575. Seven Songs (1947): Pious Celinda
  2576. Seven Songs (1947): Turn then thine eyes
  2577. Shack Up, Pt. 1-2
  2578. Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego
  2579. She Never Told her Love - Hob.XXVIa:34 (1794/95)
  2580. She sleeps
  2581. She sleeps on soft, last breaths
  2582. Shepherd's Hey
  2583. Shop! Hi, Albert!
  2584. "Si mostra la sorte", K.209
  2585. Sid, I'm sorry
  2586. "Simon Peter Also Followed Jesus From Afar"
  2587. Simple Symphony / 1 Boisterous Bourree
  2588. Simple Symphony / 2 Playful Pizzicato
  2589. Simple Symphony / 3 Sentimental Saraband
  2590. Simple Symphony / 4 Frolicsome Finale
  2591. Simple Symphony, for string orchestra, Op. 4
  2592. Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op. 4: I. Boisterous bourrée
  2593. Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op. 4: II. Playful Pizzicato - Presto possibile pizzicato sempre
  2594. Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op. 4: II. Playfull Pizzicato
  2595. Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op. 4: III. Sentimental Saraband - Poco lento e pesante
  2596. Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op. 4: III. Sentimental sarabande
  2597. Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op. 4: IV. Frolicsome finale
  2598. Simple Symphony: I. Boisterous Bourrée
  2599. Simple Symphony: II. Playful Pizzicato
  2600. Simple Symphony: III. Sentimental Saraband
  2601. Simple Symphony: IV. Frolicsome Finale
  2602. Simple Symphony, Op. 4
  2603. Simple Symphony Op 4: 01 Boisterous Bourrée
  2604. Simple Symphony Op 4: 02 Playful Pizzicato
  2605. Simple Symphony Op 4: 03 Sentimental Sarabande
  2606. Simple Symphony Op 4: 04 Frolicsome Finale
  2607. Simple Symphony, Op.4: 2. Playful Pizzicato
  2608. Simple Symphony, Op. 4: I. Boisterous Bourée
  2609. Simple Symphony, Op. 4: I. Boisterous Bourrée
  2610. Simple Symphony, Op. 4: III. Sentimental Saraband
  2611. Simple Symphony, Op. 4: III. Sentimental Sarabande
  2612. Simple Symphony, Op. 4: IV. Frolicsome Finale
  2613. Sinfonia da Requiem: I. Lacrymosa
  2614. Sinfonia da Requiem: II. Dies irae
  2615. Sinfonia da Requiem: III. Requiem aeternam
  2616. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: I. Lacrymosa
  2617. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: I. Lacrymosa: Andante ben misurato -
  2618. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: II. Dies irae
  2619. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: II. Dies irae: Allegro con fuoco -
  2620. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: II. Requiem aeternam
  2621. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: III. Requiem aeternam
  2622. Sinfonia da Requiem, Op. 20: III. Requiem aeternam: Andante molto tranquillo
  2623. "Sire, Lord and Master"
  2624. Sirs, what is this?
  2625. Six Duets (1961): I spy Celia
  2626. Six Duets (1961): Lost is my quiet
  2627. Six Duets (1961): No, resistance is but vain
  2628. Six Duets (1961): Shepherd, leave decoying
  2629. Six Duets (1961): Sound the Trumpet
  2630. Six Duets (1961): What can we poor females do
  2631. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for Oboe Solo, Op. 49: Arethusa - Largamente
  2632. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for Oboe Solo, Op. 49: Bacchus - Allegro paesante
  2633. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for Oboe Solo, Op. 49: Narcissus - Lento piacevole
  2634. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for Oboe Solo, Op. 49: Niobe - Andante
  2635. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for Oboe Solo, Op. 49: Pan - Senza misura
  2636. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for Oboe Solo, Op. 49: Phaeton - Vivace ritmico
  2637. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, Op. 49: III. Niobe
  2638. Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, Op. 49: IV. Bacchus
  2639. Six Songs (1948): If music be the food of love
  2640. Six Songs (1948): Madd Bess
  2641. Six Songs (1948): Man is for the Woman made
  2642. Six Songs (1948): Not all my torments
  2643. Six Songs (1948): Sweeter than roses
  2644. Six Songs (1948): There's not a swain of the plain
  2645. Slave to Fashion
  2646. Snuggled on Your Shoulder
  2647. So Abram rose, and clave the wood
  2648. "So, It Has Come To This"
  2649. "So It Is True"
  2650. So Perverse
  2651. "So That the Word Might Be Fulfilled"
  2652. "Softly and Gently"
  2653. Soirées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 9 I March
  2654. Soirées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 9 II Canzonetta
  2655. Soirées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 9 III Tirolese
  2656. Soirées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 9 IV Bolero
  2657. Soirées Musicales - Ballet Suite, Op. 9 V Tarantella
  2658. Soirées musicales: Bolero
  2659. Soirées musicales: Canzonetta
  2660. Soirées musicales: (I) March
  2661. Soirées musicales: (II) Canzonetta
  2662. Soirées musicales: (III) Tirolese
  2663. Soirées musicales: (IV) Bolero
  2664. Soirées musicales: March
  2665. Soirées musicales: Tarantella
  2666. Soirées musicales: Tirolese
  2667. Soirées musicales: (V) Tarantella
  2668. Soldier, won't you marry me?
  2669. Sonata for Cello and Piano: I. Dialogo
  2670. Sonata for Cello and Piano: II. Scherzo-pizzicato
  2671. Sonata for Cello and Piano: III. Elegia
  2672. Sonata for Cello and Piano: IV. Marcia
  2673. Sonata for Cello and Piano: V. Moto perpetuo
  2674. Sonata in C major for cello and piano, Op.65: I. Dialogo
  2675. Sonata in C major for cello and piano, Op.65: II. Scherzo. Pizzicato
  2676. Sonata in C major for cello and piano, Op.65: III. Elegia
  2677. Sonata in C major for cello and piano, Op.65: IV. Marcia
  2678. Sonata in C major for cello and piano, Op.65: V. Moto perpetuo
  2679. Sonetto LV
  2680. Sonetto XVI
  2681. Sonetto XXIV
  2682. Sonetto XXX
  2683. Sonetto XXXI
  2684. Sonetto XXXII
  2685. Sonetto XXXVIII
  2686. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: Prisons are built... The Chimney sweeper
  2687. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: The bird a nest... A poison tree
  2688. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: The hours of folly... Ah, Sun-flower
  2689. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: The pride of the peacock...London
  2690. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: The tygers of wrath... TheFly
  2691. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: Think in the morning... The Tyger
  2692. Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: To see a World... Every night & every morn
  2693. Songs from "Friday Afternoons", Op. 7 : Cuckoo!
  2694. Songs from "Friday Afternoons", Op. 7 : Old Abram Brown
  2695. Sonnet
  2696. Soon the coach will carry you away
  2697. Sooty tracks
  2698. Sounds like Sid serenading
  2699. Spare Minute
  2700. Spear for Moondog, Pt. 2
  2701. Spoken introduction
  2702. Sprache der Liebe, D. 410
  2703. Spring Carol
  2704. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 1
  2705. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 10
  2706. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 11
  2707. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 12
  2708. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 2
  2709. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 3
  2710. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 4
  2711. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 5
  2712. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 6
  2713. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 7
  2714. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 8
  2715. Spring Symphony Op. 44 - 9
  2716. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: I. Introduction: "Shine out"
  2717. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: II. The merry cuckoo
  2718. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: III. Spring
  2719. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: IV. The driving boy (When as rye)
  2720. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: IX. When will my May come
  2721. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part I: Introduction: "Shine out, fair sun" (Chorus)
  2722. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part I: Spring, the Sweet Spring (Soprano, Contralto, Tenor, Chorus)
  2723. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part I: The Driving Boy (Children's Chorus)
  2724. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part I: The Merry Cuckoo (Tenor)
  2725. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part I: The Morning Star (Chorus)
  2726. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part II: Out on the Lawn I Lie in Bed (Alto, Chorus)
  2727. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part II: Waters Above! (Tenor)
  2728. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part II: Welcome Maids of Honour (Contralto)
  2729. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part III: Fair and Fair (Soprano, Tenor)
  2730. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part III: Sound the Flute! (Chorus, Children's Chorus)
  2731. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part III: When Will My May Come (Tenor)
  2732. Spring Symphony, Op. 44, Part IV: Finale: "London, to Thee I Do Present" (Tenor, Contralto, Soprano, Chorus, Children's Chorus)
  2733. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: V. The morning star
  2734. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: VI. Welcome maids of honor
  2735. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: VII. Waters above
  2736. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: VIII. Out on the lawn I lie in bed
  2737. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: X. Fair and fair
  2738. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: XI. Sound the flute
  2739. Spring Symphony, Op. 44: XII. Finale: "London, to thee I do present"
  2740. Spring Symphony, Part 1: Introduction: "Shine out, fair sun"
  2741. Spring Symphony, Part 1: Spring, the Sweet Spring
  2742. Spring Symphony, Part 1: The Driving Boy
  2743. Spring Symphony, Part 1: The Merry Cuckoo
  2744. Spring Symphony, Part 1: The Morning Star
  2745. Spring Symphony, Part II: Out on the lawn I lie in bed
  2746. Spring Symphony, Part II: Waters above
  2747. Spring Symphony, Part II: Welcome Maids of Honour
  2748. Spring Symphony, Part III: Fair and fair
  2749. Spring Symphony, Part III: Sound the flute
  2750. Spring Symphony, Part III: When will my May come
  2751. Spring Symphony, Part IV: Finale: "London, to thee I do present"
  2752. St Nicolas, Op. 42: I. Introduction
  2753. St Nicolas, Op. 42: II. The Birth of Nicolas
  2754. St Nicolas, Op. 42: III. Nicolas devotes himself to God
  2755. St Nicolas, Op. 42: IV. He journeys to Palestine
  2756. St Nicolas, Op. 42: IX. The Death of Nicolas
  2757. St Nicolas, Op. 42: V. He comes to Myra and is chosen Bishop
  2758. St Nicolas, Op. 42: VI. Nicolas from Prison
  2759. St Nicolas, Op. 42: VII. Nicolas and the Pickled Boys
  2760. St Nicolas, Op. 42: VIII. His Piety and Marvellous Works
  2761. Stabat Mater Dolorosa
  2762. Staffansvisa & för Redelica Män
  2763. Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht
  2764. String Quartet in D major: I. Allegro maestoso
  2765. String Quartet in D major: II. Lento ed espressivo
  2766. String Quartet in D major: III. Allegro giocoso
  2767. String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 25: I. Andante sostenuto - Allegro vivo
  2768. String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 25: II. Allegretto con slancio
  2769. String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 25: III. Andante calmo
  2770. String Quartet No. 1 in D major, Op. 25: Iv. Molto vivace
  2771. String Quartet no 2 in C, Op. 36 (1945): I. Allegro calmo, senza rigore
  2772. String Quartet no 2 in C, Op. 36 (1945): II. Vivace
  2773. String Quartet no 2 in C, Op. 36 (1945): III. Chacony: Sostenuto
  2774. String Quartet no 3, Op. 94 (1975): I. Duets: With moderate movement
  2775. String Quartet no 3, Op. 94 (1975): II. Ostinato: Very fast
  2776. String Quartet no 3, Op. 94 (1975): III. Solo: Very calm
  2777. String Quartet no 3, Op. 94 (1975): IV. Burlesque: Fast, Con fuoco
  2778. String Quartet no 3, Op. 94 (1975): V. Recitative and Passacaglia (La Serenissima): Slow - Slowly moving
  2779. String Quartet No. 3, Op. 94: I. Duets: With Moderate Movement
  2780. String Quartet No. 3, Op. 94: II. Ostinato: Very Fast
  2781. String Quartet No. 3, Op. 94: III. Solo: Very Calm
  2782. String Quartet No. 3, Op. 94: IV. Burlesque: Fast - con fuoco
  2783. String Quartet No. 3, Op. 94: V. Recitative and Passacaglia (La serenissima)
  2784. String Trio War Requiem "Libera Me"
  2785. Strings
  2786. Stuffy! Tobacco stink!
  2787. Suite for Harp Solo, Op. 83: I. Overture - Majestic
  2788. Suite for Harp Solo, Op. 83: II. Toccata - Fast and gay
  2789. Suite for Harp Solo, Op. 83: III. Nocturne - Slow and quiet
  2790. Suite for Harp Solo, Op. 83: IV. Fugue - Lively
  2791. Suite for Harp Solo, Op. 83: V. Hymn (St. Denio) - Slow and solemn
  2792. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: Canto primo: Sostenuto e largamente
  2793. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: Canto secondo: Sostenuto
  2794. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: Canto terzo: Sostenuto
  2795. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: I. Fuga: Andante moderato
  2796. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: II. Lamento: Lento rubato
  2797. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: III. Serenata: Allegretto (pizzicato)
  2798. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: IV. Marcia: Alla marcia moderato
  2799. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: V. Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo
  2800. Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G major, Op. 72: VI. Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto: Presto
  2801. Suite for Solo Cello No. 2 in D major, Op. 80: I. Declamato: Largo
  2802. Suite for Solo Cello No. 2 in D major, Op. 80: II. Fuga: Andante
  2803. Suite for Solo Cello No. 2 in D major, Op. 80: III. Scherzo: Allegro molto
  2804. Suite for Solo Cello No. 2 in D major, Op. 80: IV. Andante lento
  2805. Suite for Solo Cello No. 2 in D major, Op. 80: V. Ciaccona: Allegro
  2806. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: I. Introduzione: Lento
  2807. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: II. Marcia: Allegro
  2808. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: III. Canto: Con moto
  2809. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: IV. Barcarola: Lento
  2810. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: IX. Passacaglia: Lento solenne
  2811. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: V. Dialogo: Allegretto
  2812. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: VI. Fuga: Andante espressivo
  2813. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: VII. Recitativo: Fantastico
  2814. Suite for Solo Cello No. 3, Op. 87: VIII. Moto perpetuo: Presto
  2815. Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello, Op. 72 (1964): II. Fuga: Andante moderato
  2816. Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello, Op. 72 (1964): III. Lamento: Lento rubato
  2817. Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello, Op. 72 (1964): IV. Canto secondo: Sostenuto
  2818. Suite No. 1 for Solo Cello, Op. 72 (1964): V. Serenata: Allegretto: pizzicato
  2819. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - I. Canto primo - Sostenuto e largamente
  2820. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - II. Fuga. Andante moderato
  2821. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - III. Lamento. Lento rubato
  2822. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - IV. Canto secondo. Sostenuto
  2823. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - IX. Moto perpetuo e canto quatro. Presto
  2824. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - V. Serenata. Allegretto: pizzacato
  2825. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - VI. Marcia. Alla marcia moderato
  2826. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - VII. Canto terzo. Sostenuto
  2827. Suite No.1, Op. 72 (1964) - VIII. Bordone. Moderato quasi recitativo
  2828. Suite No. 1, op 72: I. Canto primo
  2829. Suite No. 1, op 72: II. I. Fuga
  2830. Suite No. 1, op 72: III. II. Lamento
  2831. Suite No. 1, op 72: IV. Canto secundo
  2832. Suite No. 1, op 72: V. III. Serenata
  2833. Suite No. 1, op 72: VI. IV. Marcia
  2834. Suite No. 1, op 72: VII. Canto terzo
  2835. Suite No. 1, op 72: VII. V. Bordone
  2836. Suite No. 1, op 72: VIII. VI. Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto
  2837. Suite No. 2 for Solo Cello, Op. 80 (1967): I. Declamato: Largo
  2838. Suite No.2, Op. 80 (1967) - I. Declamato. Largo
  2839. Suite No.2, Op. 80 (1967) - II. Fuga. Andante
  2840. Suite No.2, Op. 80 (1967) - III. Scherzo. Allegro molto
  2841. Suite No.2, Op. 80 (1967) - IV. Andante lento
  2842. Suite No.2, Op. 80 (1967) - V. Ciaconna. Allegro
  2843. Suite No. 2, op 80: I. Declamato
  2844. Suite No. 2, op 80: II. Fuga
  2845. Suite No. 2, op 80: III. Scherzo
  2846. Suite No. 2, op 80: IV. Andante lento
  2847. Suite No. 2, op 80: V. Ciaccona
  2848. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - I. Introduzione. Lento
  2849. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - II. Marcia. Allegro
  2850. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - III. Canto. Con moto
  2851. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - IV. Barcarola. Lento
  2852. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - IX. Passacaglia. Lento solenne
  2853. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - IX. Passacaglia. Lento solenne - Three Russian Folk Songs and Requiem Melody
  2854. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - V. Dialogo. Allegretto
  2855. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - VI. Fuga. Andante espressivo
  2856. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - VII. Recitativo. Fantastico
  2857. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - VIII. Moto perpetuo. Presto
  2858. Suite No.3, Op.87 (1972) - X. Molto semplice
  2859. Suite No. 3, op 87: I. Introduzione
  2860. Suite No. 3, op 87: II. Marcia
  2861. Suite No. 3, op 87: III. Canto
  2862. Suite No. 3, op 87: IV. Barcarola
  2863. Suite No. 3, op 87: IX. Passacaglia
  2864. Suite No. 3, op 87: Mournful song (Under the Apple Tree). Molto semplice - Autumn. Vivace - Street song (The Grey Eagle). Pesante - Grant Repose Toget
  2865. Suite No. 3, op 87: V. Dialogo
  2866. Suite No. 3, op 87: VI. Fuga - VII. Recitativo
  2867. Suite No. 3, op 87: VIII. Moto perpetuo
  2868. Suite on English Folk Tunes "A time there was", Op. 90: Cakes and Ale (Fast and Rough)
  2869. Suite on English Folk Tunes "A time there was", Op. 90: Hanin Booby (Heavily)
  2870. Suite on English Folk Tunes "A time there was", Op. 90: Hunt the Squirrel (Fast and Gay)
  2871. Suite on English Folk Tunes (A Time There Was), Op.90. I. Cakes and Ale
  2872. Suite on English Folk Tunes (A Time There Was), Op.90. II. The Bitter Withy
  2873. Suite on English Folk Tunes (A Time There Was), Op.90. III. Hankin Booby
  2874. Suite on English folk tunes, "A time there was...", Op. 90: IV. Fast and gay. "Hunt the Squirrel"
  2875. Suite on English Folk Tunes (A Time There Was), Op.90. IV. Hunt the Squirrel
  2876. Suite on English Folk Tunes "A time there was", Op. 90: Lord Melbourne (Slow and Languid)
  2877. Suite on English Folk Tunes "A time there was", Op. 90: The Bitter Withy (Allegretto)
  2878. Suite on English Folk Tunes (A Time There Was), Op.90. V. Lord Melbourne
  2879. Suite on English folk tunes, "A time there was...", Op. 90: V. Slow and languid. "Lord Melbourne"
  2880. Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op. 90 "A time there was...": I. Cakes and Ale
  2881. Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op. 90 "A time there was...": II. The Bitter Withy
  2882. Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op. 90 "A time there was...": III. Hankin Booby
  2883. Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op. 90 "A time there was...": IV. Hunt the Squirrel
  2884. Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op. 90 "A time there was...": V. Lord Melbourne
  2885. Suite on English Folk Tunes, Op. 90: I. Cakes and Ale
  2886. Suite, Op. 83
  2887. Summer Night On The River (Live At Snape / 1967)
  2888. Sunday Morning
  2889. Suo-Gan
  2890. "Sure the Dull God Of Marriage"
  2891. Swallow! Shall We Go
  2892. Sweep! Sweep!
  2893. Sweep this chimney
  2894. Sweet Polly Oliver
  2895. Sweet Was the Song
  2896. Sympathy, H.XXVIa:33
  2897. Symphonic Suite from 'Gloriana', Op. 53a: I. The Tournament
  2898. Symphonic Suite from 'Gloriana', Op. 53a: II. The Lute Song
  2899. Symphonic Suite from 'Gloriana', Op. 53a: III. The Courtly Dances
  2900. Symphonic Suite from 'Gloriana', Op. 53a: IV. Gloriana Moritura
  2901. Symphonic Suite: Gloriana, Op 53a: I. The Tournament
  2902. Symphonic Suite: Gloriana, Op 53a: II. The Lute Song
  2903. Symphonic Suite: Gloriana, Op 53a: III. The Courtly Dances
  2904. Symphonic Suite: Gloriana, Op 53a: IV. Gloriana Moritura
  2905. Symphony
  2906. Symphony for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 68: I. Allegro maestoso
  2907. Symphony for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 68: II. Presto inquieto
  2908. Symphony for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 68: III. Adagio – Cadenza ad lib
  2909. Symphony for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 68: III. Adagio - Cadenza ad lib (attacca)
  2910. Symphony for Cello and Orchestra, Op. 68: IV. Passacaglia. Andante allegro
  2911. Take your due portion
  2912. Te Deum in C
  2913. Te Deum in C major
  2914. "Te lúcis ante términum"
  2915. Tema (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  2916. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Chorale - Molto lento
  2917. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Commination - Adagio con fuoco
  2918. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Exercises - Allegro molto e con fuoco
  2919. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: March - Alla marcia
  2920. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Oration - Lento quasi recitativo
  2921. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Polka - Tempo di polka - Allegro
  2922. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Resolution - Maestoso (non troppo lento)
  2923. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Theme - Andante rubato
  2924. Temporal Variations for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: Waltz - Allegretto rubato
  2925. Temporal Variations: I. Theme
  2926. Temporal Variations: II. Oration
  2927. Temporal Variations: III. March
  2928. Temporal Variations: IV. Exercise
  2929. Temporal Variations: IX. Resolution
  2930. Temporal Variations: V. Commination
  2931. Temporal Variations: VI. Chorale
  2932. Temporal Variations: VII. Waltz
  2933. Temporal Variations: VIII. Polka
  2934. Thank You Father
  2935. That Yonge Child
  2936. That's a fine sight for sore eyes
  2937. The Ash Grove
  2938. "The Band Then, Together With the Captain"
  2939. The Bird anest...A Poison Tree
  2940. The Birds
  2941. The Bitter Withy
  2942. The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation (1947)
  2943. The Bonney Earl o' Moray
  2944. The Bonny Earl O'Moray
  2945. "The Boy, Tadzio, Shall Inspire Me"
  2946. The Brisk Young Widow
  2947. The ceremony
  2948. The Children's Crusade, Op.82
  2949. The choirmaster's burial
  2950. The Company of Heaven, Part III: Whoso Dwelleth Under the Defence of the Most High
  2951. The Crocodile
  2952. The Deaf Woman's Courtship
  2953. The Diary Sketch (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  2954. The Dream City
  2955. The Duke Of Marlborough - Fanfare
  2956. The Emperor - March
  2957. "The Empty Beach: Do What You Will With Me"
  2958. The Encounter
  2959. "The End Is Nigh"
  2960. The first suggestion on my list
  2961. The Floral Bandit
  2962. The Foggy Foggy Dew
  2963. The Fool and the Dwarf
  2964. The Four Frogs
  2965. The Four Kings
  2966. The Golden Vanity, Op. 78: I. There was a ship came from the North Country
  2967. The Golden Vanity, Op. 78: II. Then up spake the cabin-boy
  2968. The Golden Vanity, Op. 78: III. Casting his clothes off, he dived into the sea
  2969. The Golden Vanity, Op. 78: IV. They laid him on the deck
  2970. The Heart of the Matter: Epilogue, Fanfare, Song
  2971. The Heart of the Matter: Prologue, Fanfare, Song
  2972. The Heart of the Matter: Reading 1, Fanfare
  2973. The Heart of the Matter: Reading 2
  2974. The Heart of the Matter: Reading 3
  2975. The Heart of the Matter: Reading 4
  2976. The Heart of the Matter: Song
  2977. The Highland Balou
  2978. The Holly and the Ivy
  2979. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: At the round earth's imagin'd corners
  2980. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Batter my heart
  2981. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Death be not proud
  2982. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Oh might those sighes and teares
  2983. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Oh my blacke Soule!
  2984. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Oh, to vex me
  2985. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Since she whom I loved
  2986. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Thou hast made me
  2987. The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: What if this present
  2988. The hours of folly...Ah, Sun Flower
  2989. "The Jews Therefore, Because It Was the Preparation"
  2990. The kettles are singing
  2991. The King of the East
  2992. The King of the North
  2993. The King of the South
  2994. The King of the West
  2995. The Kings and Belle Rose
  2996. The Knotting Song (1939)
  2997. The Last Rose of Summer
  2998. The Lent Lily
  2999. The Lincolnshire Poacher
  3000. The little old table
  3001. The Little Road to Betlehem
  3002. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: I. "Sweep! Sweep!" (Audience)
  3003. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: II. "Sweep this chimney" (Miss Baggott)
  3004. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: III. "Now, little white boy!" (Black Bob, Clem)
  3005. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: IV. "Pull the rope gently until he is free!" (Children)
  3006. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: IX. "The kettles are singing" (Audience)
  3007. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: V. "Is he wounded?" (Children)
  3008. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: VI. "Sooty tracks..." (Children) / VII. "Wait until..." (Miss Baggott, Black Bob, Clem)
  3009. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: VIII. "Run... poor sweepboy" (Rowan)
  3010. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: X. "O why do you weep through the working day?" (Children, Rowan, Sam)
  3011. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XI. Pantomime / XII. "Ah!... Blackguards!" (Miss Baggott)
  3012. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XIII. "Help! help! she's collapsed!" (Miss Baggott)
  3013. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XIV. "The owl, wide-winging through the sky" (Audience)
  3014. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XV. "Soon the coach will carry you away" (Juliet)
  3015. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XVI. "'Morning Sammy! Lovely weather" (Johnnie)
  3016. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XVII. "Ready Alfred?" (Tom, Alfred)
  3017. The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, Op. 45: XVIII. Finale "Coaching song" (All)
  3018. The Lost Lady Found
  3019. The Miller of Dee
  3020. The Minstrel Boy
  3021. "The moon has risen"
  3022. The Nurse's Song
  3023. The Old Emperor
  3024. The One Hope
  3025. The owl, wide-winging through the sky
  3026. The Oxen
  3027. The Pagoda Ballet
  3028. The Pagodas
  3029. The Plough Boy
  3030. The Pretty Maid Milkin' Her Cow...The Sprig O' Thyme
  3031. The Pride of the Peacock...London
  3032. The Prince and Belle Rose
  3033. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 1. Prelude
  3034. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 2. March and Gavotte
  3035. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 3. The King of the East
  3036. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 3. The King of the North
  3037. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 3. The King of the South
  3038. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 3. The King of the West
  3039. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 4. Belle Epine
  3040. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 4. Belle Rose
  3041. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 5. Variation of Belle Rose
  3042. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 5. Variation of the Prince
  3043. The Prince of the Pagodas: Prelude and Dances, Op.57b: 6. Finale
  3044. The Prodigal Son: Ah - you people (Tempter)
  3045. The Prodigal Son: Father, may I speak to you? (Younger Son)
  3046. The Prodigal Son: Forgive my asking you (Tempter)
  3047. The Prodigal Son: Go, if you must go (Servants)
  3048. The Prodigal Son: I am father to you all (Father)
  3049. The Prodigal Son: Jam lucis orto sidere
  3050. The Prodigal Son: My children, you have seen (Abbot)
  3051. The Prodigal Son: My son (Father)
  3052. The Prodigal Son: Nights are days (Parasites)
  3053. The Prodigal Son: Now - I have done what I said (Tempter)
  3054. The Prodigal Son: O sing unto the Lord (Servants)
  3055. The Prodigal Son: Take your due portion (Father)
  3056. The Prodigal Son: The Ceremony
  3057. The Prodigal Son: Welcome, welcome, stranger! (Parasites)
  3058. The Prodigal Son: With joy I sowed (Younger Son)
  3059. The Prodigal Son: You are tired from a long journey (Tempter)
  3060. The Prodigal Son: You have gambled and lost (Tempter)
  3061. The Prodigal Son: You it was taught me (Son)
  3062. The Prologue
  3063. The Queen's Epicedium (1946)
  3064. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "Collatinus is politically astute"
  3065. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "Here the thirsty evening"
  3066. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "It is axiom among kings"
  3067. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "Maria was unmasked at a masked ball"
  3068. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "My horse! My horse!" / "Tarquinius does not wait"
  3069. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "Rome is now ruled by the Etruscan upstart"
  3070. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "Tarquinius does not dare"
  3071. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "There goes a happy man!"
  3072. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 1. "Who reaches Heaven first"
  3073. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 2. "Listen! I heard a knock"
  3074. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 2. "The oatmeal slippers of sleep"
  3075. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 2. "Their spinning-wheel unwinds"
  3076. The Rape of Lucretia: Act I, Scene 2. "Time treads upon the hand of women"
  3077. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 1. Interlude "Here in this scene"
  3078. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 1. "Lucretia!" / "What do you want?"
  3079. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 1. "She sleeps as a rose"
  3080. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 1. "The prosperity of the Etruscans"
  3081. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 1. "Within this frail crublicle of light"
  3082. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. Epilogue "Is that all?"
  3083. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "Flowers bring to every year"
  3084. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "Last night Tarquinius ravished me"
  3085. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "Lucretia! Lucretia!"
  3086. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "Oh what a lovely day!"
  3087. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "This dead hand lets fall"
  3088. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "We'll leave the orchids for Lucretia"
  3089. The Rape of Lucretia: Act II, Scene 2. "You were right"
  3090. The Salamander
  3091. The Salley Gardens
  3092. The Shooting of his Dear
  3093. The Soldier and the Sailor
  3094. "The Songsters...May the God Of Wit Inspire"
  3095. The Stream in the Valley
  3096. The Sycamore Tree
  3097. The Thought
  3098. The Trees They Grow So High
  3099. The Trellis
  3100. "The Trumpet's Loud Clangour" (Live In Snape / 1967)
  3101. The Truth... The Pity...
  3102. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Theme / Act I, Scene 1. Recitative "The Journey" (Governess)
  3103. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation I / Act I, Scene 2. "The Welcome" (Miles, Flora, Mrs. Grose, Governess)
  3104. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation II / Act I, Scene 3. "The Letter" (Miles, Flora, Mrs. Grose, Governess)
  3105. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation III / Act I, Scene 4.Air "The Tower" (Governess)
  3106. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation IV / Act I, Scene 5. "The Window" (Miles, Flora, Governess, Mrs. Grose)
  3107. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation V / Act I, Scene 6. "The Lesson" ( (Miles, Flora, Governess)
  3108. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation VI / Act I, Scene 7. Air "The Lake" (Flora, Governess, Miles)
  3109. The Turn of the Screw: Act I, Variation VII / Act I, Scene 8. Duet "At Night" (Quint, Miles, Miss Jessel, Flora, Governess, Mrs. Grose)
  3110. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation IX / Act II, Scene 2. Quartet "The Bells" (Miles, Flora, Mrs. Grose, Governess
  3111. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation VIII / Act II, Scene 1. Duet "Colloquy and Soliloquy" (Miss Jessel, Quint, Governess)
  3112. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation X / Act II, Scene 3. Duet "Miss Jessel" (Governess, Miss Jessel)
  3113. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation XI / Act II, Scene 4. "The Bedroom" (Miles, Governess, Quint)
  3114. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation XII / Act II, Scene 5. "Quint" (Quint)
  3115. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation XIII / Act II, Scene 6. "The Piano" (Governess, Mrs. Grose, Flora)
  3116. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation XIV / Act II, Scene 7. "Flora" (Mrs. Grose, Governess, Miss Jessel, Flora)
  3117. The Turn of the Screw: Act II, Variation XV / Act II, Scene 8. "Miles" (Governess, Mrs. Grose, Miles, Quint)
  3118. The Turn of the Screw: Prologue (The Prologue)
  3119. The Tygers of wrath...The Fly
  3120. The useful plough
  3121. The Vain Desire
  3122. The Wanderer
  3123. The waters of Babylon
  3124. The Wexford Carol (arr. I. Callanan)
  3125. "The Wind Still Blows From the Land"
  3126. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
  3127. The Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra: I. Introduction
  3128. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34
  3129. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Fugue
  3130. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: I. Theme: Allegro maestoso e largamente
  3131. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: II. The Woodwind Var. A, B, C, D (Presto, Lento, Moderato, Allegrao alla marcia)
  3132. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: II. Variation 1 (Flutes and piccolo)
  3133. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: III. The Strings Var. E, F, G, H, I (Brillante, Meno mosso, [L'istesso tempo], Accel, Maestoso
  3134. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: III. Variation 2 (Oboes): Lento
  3135. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: IV, The Brass Var. J, K, L (L'istesso tempo, Vivace, Allegro pomposo)
  3136. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: IV. Variation 3 (Clarinets): Moderato
  3137. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: IX. Variation 8 (Double basses): Comminciando lento ma poco a poco accel. al Allegro
  3138. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme
  3139. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme A (Allegro maestoso e largamente)
  3140. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme B
  3141. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme C
  3142. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme D
  3143. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme E
  3144. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Theme F (Presto)
  3145. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: V. The Percussion Var. M (Moderato)
  3146. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: V. Variation 4 (Bassoons): Allegro alla marcia
  3147. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation A
  3148. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation B (Lento)
  3149. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation C (Moderato)
  3150. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation D (Allegro alla marcia)
  3151. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation E (Brillante - alla polacca)
  3152. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation F (Meno mosso)
  3153. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation G
  3154. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation H (Comminciando lento ma poco a poco accelerando)
  3155. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation I (Maestoso)
  3156. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation J (L'istesso tempo)
  3157. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation K (Vivace)
  3158. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation L (Allegro pomposo)
  3159. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: Variation M (Moderato)
  3160. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34, Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell: I. Theme: Allegro maestoso e largamente
  3161. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: VI. Fugue: Allegro molto - Con slancio
  3162. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: VI. Variation 5 (Violins): Brillante, alla polacca
  3163. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: VII. Variation 6 (Violas): Meno mosso
  3164. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: VIII. Variation 7 (Cellos)
  3165. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: X. Variation 9 (Harp): Maestoso
  3166. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: XI. Variation 10 (Horns): L'istesso tempo
  3167. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: XII. Variation 11 (Trumpets): Vivace
  3168. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: XIII. Variation 12 (Trombones and bass tuba): Allegro pomposo
  3169. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: XIV. Variation 13 (Percussion): Moderato
  3170. The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34: XV. Fugue: Allegro moderato
  3171. Thema (Live In Aldeburgh / 1965)
  3172. Theme A: Allegro maestoso e largamente
  3173. Theme: A boy was Born -
  3174. Theme B: —
  3175. Theme C: —
  3176. Theme D: —
  3177. Theme E: —
  3178. Theme F: Presto
  3179. "Then Led They Jesus From Caiaphas To the Judgement"
  3180. There is a Willow Grows Aslant a Brook (arr. B. Britten for viola and piano)
  3181. "There Is Indeed In Every Artist's Nature"
  3182. There Is No Rose
  3183. There was a man of Newington
  3184. There was a monkey
  3185. There Was a Pig Went Out To Dig
  3186. There's none to soothe
  3187. "They Shall Be As Happy"
  3188. Things Lovelier
  3189. Think in the morning...The Tyger
  3190. This Little Babe
  3191. This One's 4 U
  3192. This Unrelenting Work
  3193. "This Way For the Players, Signori"
  3194. Three Divertimenti (1933-36): I. March
  3195. Three Divertimenti (1933-36): II. Waltz
  3196. Three Divertimenti (1933-36): III. Burlesque
  3197. Three Divine Hymms (1947): Evening Hymm
  3198. Three Divine Hymms (1947): Lord, what is man?
  3199. Three Divine Hymms (1947): We sing to him
  3200. Threnody - In the midst of life is death
  3201. Thrid Movement Sentimental Saraband
  3202. "Thus the Ever Grateful Spring"
  3203. "Thy Bonds, O Christ, Have Set Us Free"
  3204. "Thy Judgement Now Is Near"
  3205. "Thy Will Be Done, O God Of Love"
  3206. 'Tis But A Week
  3207. "'Tis Sacred, Bid The Trumpet Cease" (Live In London / 1967)
  3208. To make our thanks complete
  3209. "To Release Me From the Prison"
  3210. To see a world...Every night and every morn
  3211. To Those Who Pass the Borough
  3212. "Today is an important day"
  3213. Tom Bowling
  3214. Track 10 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3215. Track 11 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3216. Track 12 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3217. Track 13 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3218. Track 14 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3219. Track 15 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3220. Track 16 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3221. Track 17 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3222. Track 18 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3223. Track 19 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3224. Track 20 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3225. Track 21 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3226. Track 22 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3227. Track 23 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3228. Track 24 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3229. Track 25 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3230. Track 26 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3231. Track 27 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3232. Track 28 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3233. Track 29 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3234. Track 8 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3235. Track 9 (feat. oboe: George Caird)
  3236. Tranquillo -
  3237. Transition
  3238. Triumph of Belle Epine
  3239. "Turn Then Thine Eyes"
  3240. Two Divine Hymms and Alleluia (1960): A Morning Hymm
  3241. Two Divine Hymms and Alleluia (1960): Alleluia
  3242. Two Divine Hymms and Alleluia (1960): In the black dismal dungeon of despair
  3243. Two Insect Pieces for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: The Grasshopper
  3244. Two Insect Pieces for Oboe and Piano, Op. posth.: The Wasp
  3245. Two-part Song No. 1: The Ride-by-nights
  3246. Two-part Song No. 2: The Rainbow
  3247. Two-part Song No. 3: The Ship of Rio
  3248. Une Cantate De Noel
  3249. Unidentified folk song setting
  3250. (Untitled)
  3251. Untitled Fragment (1930) for strings
  3252. V. Aria Italiana
  3253. V. Bordone: Moderato quasi recitativo
  3254. V. Dialogo: Allegretto
  3255. V. Hymn (St. Denio)
  3256. V. Lord Melbourne
  3257. V. Marine
  3258. V. Recitative and passacaglia (La serenissima)
  3259. V. Royaute
  3260. V. Variation D ?The Bassoons
  3261. V. Waltz: Alla valse, vivace e rubato
  3262. V. Women of Britain (Programme 4): You walk down to a part of the city
  3263. Valse in B Major
  3264. Variation 1
  3265. Variation 1: Adagio
  3266. Variation 1: Allegretto, andante molto
  3267. Variation 1: Flute, Piccolo
  3268. Variation 1: Lullaby, Jesu -
  3269. Variation 1: Lullay, Jesu
  3270. Variation 10: Fugue and Finale
  3271. Variation 10: Horns
  3272. Variation 10: L'istesso tempo
  3273. Variation 11: Trumpets
  3274. Variation 12: Trombone, Tuba
  3275. Variation 13: Percussion
  3276. Variation 2
  3277. Variation 2: Animato
  3278. Variation 2: Herod
  3279. Variation 2: Oboes
  3280. Variation 3
  3281. Variation 3: Clarinets
  3282. Variation 3: Jesu as Thou art our Saviour
  3283. Variation 3: Romance
  3284. Variation 3: Tranquillo
  3285. Variation 4
  3286. Variation 4: Allegro con moto
  3287. Variation 4: Aria Italiana
  3288. Variation 4: Bassoons
  3289. Variation 4: The Three Kings
  3290. Variation 5
  3291. Variation 5: Bourree Classique
  3292. Variation 5: In the bleak mid-winter
  3293. Variation 5: Largamente
  3294. Variation 5: Violins
  3295. Variation 6: Appasionato
  3296. Variation 6: Finale - Noel!
  3297. Variation 6 - Finale - Presto giocoso
  3298. Variation 6 (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  3299. Variation 6: Violas
  3300. Variation 6: Wiener Walzer
  3301. Variation 7: Alla valse moderato
  3302. Variation 7: Cellos
  3303. Variation 7 (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  3304. Variation 7: Moto Perpetuo
  3305. Variation 8: Allegro marcia
  3306. Variation 8: Basses
  3307. Variation 8: Funeral March
  3308. Variation 8 (Live In Aldeburgh / 1964)
  3309. Variation 9: Chant
  3310. Variation 9: Harp
  3311. Variation 9: Lento
  3312. Variation A [The Flutes]
  3313. Variation B [The Oboes]
  3314. Variation C [The Clarinets]
  3315. Variation D [The Bassoons]
  3316. Variation E [The Violins]
  3317. Variation F [The Violas] -
  3318. Variation G [The Cellos]
  3319. Variation H [The Double Basses]
  3320. Variation I - Recitative
  3321. Variation I – Scene 2: the Welcome (Flora, Miles, Mrs Grose, Governess)
  3322. Variation I [The Harp]
  3323. Variation II - Romance
  3324. Variation II – Scene 3: the Letter (Mrs Grose, Governess, Flora, Miles)
  3325. Variation III - March
  3326. Variation III – Scene 4: the Tower (Governess)
  3327. Variation IV - Arabesque
  3328. Variation IV – Scene 5: the Window (Flora, Miles, Governess, Mrs Grose)
  3329. Variation IX – Scene 2: the Bells (Miles, Flora, Mrs Grose, Governess)
  3330. Variation IXa -Toccata I
  3331. Variation IXb - Toccata II
  3332. Variation J [The Horns]
  3333. Variation K [The Trumpets]
  3334. Variation L [The Trombones and Bass Tuba]
  3335. Variation M [Percussions]
  3336. Variation On Frank Bridge / 1 Introduction And Theme
  3337. Variation On Frank Bridge / 10 Chant
  3338. Variation On Frank Bridge / 11 Fugue And Finale
  3339. Variation On Frank Bridge / 2 Adagio
  3340. Variation On Frank Bridge / 3 March
  3341. Variation On Frank Bridge / 4 Romance
  3342. Variation On Frank Bridge / 5 Aria Italiana
  3343. Variation On Frank Bridge / 6 Bourree Classique
  3344. Variation On Frank Bridge / 7 Wiener Walzer
  3345. Variation On Frank Bridge / 8 Moto Perpetuo
  3346. Variation On Frank Bridge / 9 Funeral March
  3347. Variation on Frank Bridge: I. Introduction and Theme
  3348. Variation on Frank Bridge: II. Adagio
  3349. Variation on Frank Bridge: III. March
  3350. Variation on Frank Bridge: IV. Romance
  3351. Variation on Frank Bridge: IX. Funeral March
  3352. Variation on Frank Bridge: V. Aria italiana
  3353. Variation on Frank Bridge: VI. Bourree Classique
  3354. Variation on Frank Bridge: VII. Wiener Walzer
  3355. Variation on Frank Bridge: VIII. Moto Perpetuo
  3356. Variation on Frank Bridge: X. Chant
  3357. Variation on Frank Bridge: XI. Fugue and Finale
  3358. Variation V - Chant
  3359. Variation V – Scene 6: the Lesson (Miles, Flora, Governess)
  3360. Variation VI - Nocturne
  3361. Variation VI – Scene 7: the Lake (Flora, Governess, Miles)
  3362. Variation VII - Badinerie
  3363. Variation VII – Scene 8: at Night (Quint, Miles, Miss Jessel, Flora, 11:12…
  3364. Variation VIII - Burlesque
  3365. Variation VIII – Scene 1: Colloquy and Soliloquy (Miss Jessel,Quint,Governess)
  3366. Variation X - Adagio
  3367. Variation X – Scene 3: Miss Jessel (Governess, Miss Jessel)
  3368. Variation XI – Scene 4: the Bedroom (Miles, Governess, Quint)
  3369. Variation XI - Tarantella
  3370. Variation XII – Scene 5: Quint (Quint)
  3371. Variation XIII – Scene 6: the Piano (Governess, Mrs Grose, Flora)
  3372. Variation XIV – Scene 7: Flora (Mrs Grose, Governess, Miss Jessel, Flora)
  3373. Variation XV – Scene 8: Miles (Governess, Mrs Grose, Miles, Quint)
  3374. Variations for piano: I. Like an improvisation (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  3375. Variations for piano: II. (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  3376. Variations for piano: III. (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  3377. Variations for piano: IV. (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  3378. Variations for piano: V. (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  3379. Variations for piano: VI. (feat. piano: Rold Hind)
  3380. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Introduction and Theme
  3381. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation I: Adagio
  3382. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation II: March
  3383. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation III: Romance
  3384. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation IV: Aria Italiana
  3385. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation IX: Chant
  3386. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation V: Bourrée Classique
  3387. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation VI: Wiener Walzer
  3388. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation VII: Moto perpetuo
  3389. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation VIII: Funeral March
  3390. Variations on a Theme by Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation X: Fugue and Finale
  3391. Variations on a Theme of Franck Bridge op.10- Romance
  3392. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Adagio
  3393. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Aria Italiana
  3394. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Bourrée Classique
  3395. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Chant
  3396. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Adagio
  3397. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Aria Italiana
  3398. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Bourrée classique
  3399. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Chant
  3400. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Fugue and Finale
  3401. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Funeral March
  3402. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Introduction and Theme
  3403. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: March
  3404. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Moto perpetuo
  3405. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Romance
  3406. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for String Orchestra: Wiener Waltzer
  3407. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Fugue and Finale
  3408. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Funeral March
  3409. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Introduction and Theme
  3410. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: March
  3411. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Moto Perpetuo
  3412. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Introduction and Theme
  3413. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 1: Adagio
  3414. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 10: Fugue and Finale
  3415. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 2: March
  3416. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 3: Romance
  3417. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 4: Aria Italiana
  3418. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 5: Bourrée Classique
  3419. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 6: Wiener Waltzer
  3420. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 6: Wiener Walzer
  3421. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 7: Moto Perpetuo
  3422. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 8: Funeral March
  3423. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 10: Variation 9: Chant
  3424. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Romance
  3425. Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge: Wiener Walzer
  3426. Venite exultemus Domino
  3427. VI. Bourree Classique
  3428. VI: Et gubernacula. VII: Ut ad longaeva tempora
  3429. VI. Fuga: Andante espressivo
  3430. VI. Interlude
  3431. VI. Marine
  3432. VI. Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto: Presto
  3433. VI. Variation E ?The Violins
  3434. VI. Women of Britain (Programme 4): Warren. To my dearly beloved boy
  3435. Vidit Suum
  3436. Vier sah ich kommen
  3437. VII. Being beauteous
  3438. VII. Interlude
  3439. VII. Recitativo: Fantastico
  3440. VII. Variation F ?The Violas
  3441. VII. Wiener Waltzer
  3442. VII. Women of Britain (Programme 4): It's a beautiful August morning
  3443. VIII. Being Beauteous
  3444. VIII: Docendi ac discendi
  3445. VIII. Moto Perpetuo
  3446. VIII. Moto perpetuo: Presto
  3447. VIII. Parade
  3448. VIII. Variation G ?The Cellos
  3449. VIII. Women of Britain (Programme 4): Within 50 yards
  3450. Villes
  3451. Voici le Printemps
  3452. Wagtail and baby
  3453. Waiting for a Handout
  3454. Waldung, sie schwankt heran
  3455. Waltz
  3456. War Requiem: I. Requiem Aeternam - Requiem aeternam
  3457. War Requiem: ii. Requiem Aeternam - Te decet hymnus
  3458. War Requiem: iii. Requiem Aeternam - “What passing-bells for these who die as…
  3459. War Requiem: iv. Requiem Aeternam - Kyrie eleison
  3460. War Requiem: ix. Dies Irae - Recordare Iesu pie
  3461. War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam
  3462. War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam: Requiem aeternam
  3463. War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam: "Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine"
  3464. War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam: Requiem aeternam Te decet hymnus
  3465. War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam: What passing-bells for these who die as cattle? Kyrie eleison
  3466. War Requiem, Op. 66: I. Requiem aeternam: What passing bells for these who die as cattle?
  3467. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae
  3468. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Be slowly lifted up
  3469. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Be slowly lifted up, thou long black arm
  3470. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Bugles sang, saddening the evening air
  3471. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Confutatis
  3472. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Dies irae
  3473. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Dies irae, dies illa
  3474. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Lacrimosa dies illa
  3475. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Liber scriptus proferetur
  3476. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Liber scriptus profertur
  3477. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Move him into the sun
  3478. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Move him into the sun/Lacrimosa
  3479. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Move him into the sun, Pie Jesu, Domine
  3480. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Out there, we've walked quite friendly up to Death
  3481. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Recordae, Jesu pie
  3482. War Requiem, Op. 66: II. Dies irae: Recordare Jesu pie
  3483. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium
  3484. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe
  3485. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: "Domine Jesu Christe, Rex gloriae"
  3486. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe/Sed signifer sanctus Michael... Quam olim Abrahae promisisti
  3487. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe Sed signifer scantus Michael
  3488. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: So Abram rose, and clave the wood
  3489. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: "So Abram rose, and clave the wood, and went"
  3490. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: So Abram rose, and clave the wood/Hostias
  3491. War Requiem, Op. 66: III. Offertorium: So Abram rose, Hostais et preces tibi, Quam olim Abrahae promisisti
  3492. War Requiem, Op. 66: IV. Sanctus
  3493. War Requiem, Op. 66: IV. Sanctus: After the blast of lightening from the East
  3494. War Requiem, Op. 66: IV. Sanctus: After the blast of lightning from the East
  3495. War Requiem, Op. 66: IV. Sanctus: Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus
  3496. War Requiem, Op. 66: IV. Sanctus: Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth
  3497. War Requiem, Op. 66: IV. Sanctus: Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus. Pleni sunt coeli et terra. Benedictus
  3498. War Requiem Op.66;IV. Santctus
  3499. War Requiem, Op. 66: Requiem aeternam
  3500. War Requiem, Op. 66: V. Agnus Dei
  3501. War Requiem, Op. 66: V. Agnus Dei: One ever hangs where shelled roads part
  3502. War Requiem, Op. 66: V. Agnus dei: One ever hangs where shelled roads part/Agnus dei Agnus Dei/Dona nobis pacem
  3503. War Requiem, Op.66: V. Agnus Dei: "One ever hangs where shelled roads part" / Agnus Dei (Tenor / Chorus)
  3504. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me
  3505. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me: It seemed that out of battle I escaped
  3506. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me: It seemed that out of the battle I escaped
  3507. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me: "Let us sleep now"
  3508. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me: Let us sleep now / In Paradisum
  3509. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me: Libera me, Domine
  3510. War Requiem, Op. 66: VI. Libera me: "Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna"
  3511. War Requiem: v. Dies Irae - Dies irae
  3512. War Requiem: vi. Dies Irae - “Bugles sang, saddening the evening air”
  3513. War Requiem: vii. Dies Irae - Liber scriptus
  3514. War Requiem: viii. Dies Irae - “Out there, we’ve walked quite friendly up to Death”
  3515. War Requiem: x. Dies Irae - Confutatis maledictis
  3516. War Requiem: xi. Dies Irae - “Be slowly lifted up, thou long black arm”
  3517. War Requiem: xii. Dies Irae - Dies irae
  3518. War Requiem: xiii. Dies Irae - “Move him into the sun”
  3519. War Requiem: xiv. Dies Irae - Pie Iesu Domine
  3520. War Requiem: xix. Sanctus - Sanctus
  3521. War Requiem: xv. Offertorium - Domine Jesu Christe
  3522. War Requiem: xvi. Offertorium - Sed signifer Sanctus
  3523. War Requiem: xvii. Offertorium - Hostias et preces tibi
  3524. War Requiem: xvii. Offertorium - “So Abram rose, and clave the wood”
  3525. War Requiem: xx. Sanctus - “After the blast of lightning from the East”
  3526. War Requiem: xxi. Agnus Dei - “One ever hangs where shelled roads part” Agnus Dei
  3527. War Requiem: xxii. Libera Me - Libera me
  3528. War Requiem: xxiii. Libera Me - “It seemed that out of battle I escaped”
  3529. War Requiem: xxiv. Libera Me - “ ‘None’, said the other”
  3530. War Requiem: xxv. Libera Me - “Let us sleep now…” In paradisum
  3531. War Requiem: xxvi. Libera Me - Requiescant in pace
  3532. "Was I Wrong To Come?"
  3533. Water
  3534. "We Are Delighted To Greet the Signore"
  3535. We bring great news to you
  3536. We do not lack enemies
  3537. We Live and Let Live
  3538. We Planned That Their Lives
  3539. Weihnachten
  3540. Welcome, welcome stranger!
  3541. Well! Think of that, my lad
  3542. Well tried Albert!
  3543. "Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen aß"
  3544. "Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt", (Harfenspieler I) D478
  3545. What Harbour Shelters Peace
  3546. What Is It?
  3547. What is more gentle
  3548. What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?
  3549. "What Passion Cannot Music Raise And Quell" (Live In Snape / 1967)
  3550. What Strangers Are These (arr. R. Purvis)
  3551. What the hell d'you think I am?
  3552. What? What You Got
  3553. "When a Cruel Long Winter"
  3554. "When His Life Had Reached Its End"
  3555. When most I wink
  3556. When You Are Old
  3557. Where The Bee Sucks
  3558. "While For a Righteous Cause He Arms" (Live In London / 1967)
  3559. Who are these Children?, op.84: I. A Riddle (The Earth) (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3560. Who are these Children?, op.84: II. A Laddie's Sang (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3561. Who are these Children?, op.84: III. Nightmare (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3562. Who are these Children?, op.84: IV. Black Day (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3563. Who are these Children?, op.84: IX. Who are these Children? (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3564. Who are these Children?, op.84: V. Bed-time (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3565. Who are these Children?, op.84: VI. Slaughter (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3566. Who are these Children?, op.84: VII. A Riddle (The Child You Were) (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3567. Who are these Children?, op.84: VIII. The Larky Lad (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3568. Who are these Children?, op.84: X. Supper (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3569. Who are these Children?, op.84: XI. The Children (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3570. Who are these Children?, op.84: XII. The Auld Aik (feat. tenor: Peter Pears, piano: Benjamin Britten)
  3571. Who Holds Himself Apart
  3572. "Who's That? A Foreigner, a Traveller No Doubt"
  3573. Wie anders, Gretchen, war dir's
  3574. Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu Füßen
  3575. Wiener Walzer
  3576. Willow Willow
  3577. Winter Words, Op. 52
  3578. With joy I sowed
  3579. "With Torrents Of Weeping"
  3580. "Within My Heart, O Saviour"
  3581. Wolcom Yule!
  3582. Wolcum Yole!
  3583. Wood Wind
  3584. X. Chant
  3585. X. Depart
  3586. X. Variation I ?The Harp
  3587. X. Women of Britain (Programme 4): After the last war
  3588. XI. Variation J ?The Horns
  3589. XI. Women of Britain (Programme 4): You set out for a training camp
  3590. XII. Nos autem cuncti. XIII. Vigeatque academia libera
  3591. XII. Variation K ?The Trumpets
  3592. XIII. Variation L ?The Trombones and Bass Tuba
  3593. XIV. Variation M ?Percussion
  3594. Yarmouth Fair
  3595. "Yes! A Very Wise Decision"
  3596. You are tired from a long journey
  3597. You have gambled and lost
  3598. You Sailed Your Boat
  3599. Yougn Apollo, Op. 16
  3600. "Young Apollo" for Piano, String Quartet, and Strings, Op.16
  3601. Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell), Op. 34: Variations: A. Presto / B. Lento / C. Moderato / D. Allegr
  3602. Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell), Op. 34: Theme
  3603. Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell), Op. 34: Fugue: Allegro molto
  3604. Friday Afternoons, Op. 7: Cuckoo!
  3605. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  3606. Corpus Christi Carol
  3607. I. Declamato: Largo
  3608. II. Fuga: Andante
  3609. III. Scherzo: Allegro molto
  3610. IV. Andante lento
  3611. V. Ciaccona: Allegro
  3612. Stille Nacht (Silent Night)
  3613. This little Babe
  3614. Some Children See Him

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