List of works by Charles Villiers Stanford

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  • Op.1 - 8 Songs from The Spanish Gypsy (Novello). First performance 1877.
  • Op.2 - Pian Suite (Chappell). First performance 1875.
  • Op.3 - Toccata (Chappell). First performance 1875.
  • Op.4 - 6 Songs of Heinrich Heine (Augener).
  • Op.5 - The Resurrection for tenor, mixed chorus (satb), orchestra and organ (Chappell, 1881). First performance 1875.
  • Op.6 - Queen Mary, incidental Music to Tennyson's play (Augener). First performance 1876.
  • Op.7 - 6 Songs of Heinrich Heine (Augener).
  • Op.8 - God is Our Hope and Strength, The Forty-Sixth Psalm for soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, chorus, and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1877.
  • Op.9 - Cello Sonata No.1 in A major (Bote und Bock).
  • Op.10 - Morning, Evening and Communion Service in B-flat major for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1879.
  • Op.11 - Violin Sonata No.1 in D major (Ries).
  • Op.12 - Service in A major (Novello).
  • Op.13 - 3 Intermezzi for Clarinet and Piano (Novello).
  • Op.14 - 6 English Songs (Boosey).
  • Op.15 - Piano Quartet in F major (Bote und Bock).
  • Op.16 - Motet Awake My Heart for chorus and organ (Boosey).
  • Op.17 - Serenade in G major for orchestra (Boosey). First performance 1882.
  • Op.18 - Cavalier Songs for chorus (Boosey).
  • Op.19 - 6 English Songs (Boosey).
  • Op.20 - Piano Sonata in D major (premiered 1884-2-4, unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.21 - Elegiac Ode for chorus (Boosey). First performance 1884.
  • Op.22 - Oratorio The Three Holy Children (Boosey). First performance 1885.
  • Op.23 - Incidental Music to Aeschylus' The Eumenides (Stainer and Bell). First performance 1885.
  • Op.24 - The Revenge, A Ballad of the Fleet for chorus and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1886.
  • Op.25 - Piano Quintet in D minor (Novello). First performance 1887.
  • Op.26 - Carmen Saeculare for soprano, chorus, and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1887.
  • Op.27 - O Praise the Lord of Heaven, The One Hundred and Fiftieth Psalm Praise Ye the Lord (Forsyth).
  • Op.28 - Symphony No.3 'The Irish' in F minor (Novello). Composed 1886–87 ; first performance 1887.
  • Op.29 - Oedipus Rex, Incidental Music to the play by Sophocles (Stainer and Bell). First performance 1887.
  • Op.30 - A Child's Garland of Songs (Curwen).
  • Op.31 - Symphony No.4 in F major (Novello). First performance 1889.
  • Op.32 - Suite in D major for Violin and Orchestra (Novello, 1889). First performance 1889.
  • Op.33 - 6 Part Songs.
  • Op.34 - The Voyage of Maeldune for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1889.
  • Op.35 - Piano Trio No.1 in E-flat major (Novello). Composed 1889.
  • Op.36 - Service in F major (Novello).
  • Op.37 - 2 Anthems (Novello).
No.1: And I saw another Angel
No.2: If thou shalt confess
  • Op.38 - Concert-Overture Queen of the Seas (Not published by 1921).
  • Op.38 - 3 Motets.
  • Op.39 - Cello Sonata No.2 in D minor (Simrock).
  • Op.40 - Eden, Dramatic Oratorio for two sopranos, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, chorus, and orchesta (Novello). First performance 1891.
  • Op.41 - The Battle of the Baltic for chorus and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1891.
  • Op.42 - 6 Piano Pieces (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.43 - 6 Songs of Robert Bridges (Augener).
  • Op.44 - String Quartet No.1 in G major (Eulenberg).
  • Op.45 - String Quartet No.2 in A minor (Eulenberg).
  • Op.46 - Mass in G major for soprano, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1893.
  • Op.47 - 4 Part-Songs (1892) (Novello).
No.1: Soft, soft wind
No.2: Sing heigh ho
No.3: Airly Beacon
No.4: The Knight's tomb
  • Op.48 - Incidental Music to Tennyson's Becket (unpublished as of 1921). First performance 1893.
  • Op.49 - 6 Elizabethan Pastorals for chorus (1892) (Novello).
No.1: To his flocks
No.2: Corydon, arise!
No.3: Diaphenia
No.4: Sweet love for me
No.5: Damon's Passion
No.6: Phoebe
  • Op.50 - The Bard for chorus (Boosey). First performance 1895.
  • Op.51 - Identical to 3 Motets Op38?
  • Op.52 - East to West for chorus and orchestra (Novello). First performance 1893.
  • Op.53 - 6 Elizabethan Pastorals for chorus, 2nd set (1894) (Novello).
No.1: On a hill there grows a flower
No.2: Like desert woods
No.3: Praised be Diana
No.4: Cupid and Rosalind
No.5: O shady vales
No.6: The Shepherd Doron's jig
  • Op.54 - 6 Irish Fantasies for Violin and Piano (1893) (published 1900 by Boosey). Consisting of:
No.1: Caoine (A Lament)
No.2: Boat-Song
No.3: Jig
No.4: War Song
No.5: Hush Song
No.6: Reel
  • Op.55 - Incidental music to Lorenza (opera unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.56 - Symphony No.5 in D major L'Allegro ed il Pensieroso (Stainer and Bell, 1919). First performance 1895.
  • Op.57 - Fantasia and Toccata in D minor for Organ (composed 1894, rev. 1917. Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.58 - 10 Dances (Old and New) for Piano (Boosey). Five were orchestrated and published as A Suite of Ancient Dances.
No.1: Sarabande
No.2: Gigue
No.3: Branle
No.4: Minuet
No.5: Passepied
No.6: Valse
No.7: Galop
No.8: Morris Dance
No.9: Polka
No.10: Mazurka
  • Op.59 - Piano Concerto No.1 in G major (1894, finished 1894-10-18) (unpublished as of 1921). First performance 1895-5-27. Autograph full score at the British Library.
  • Op.60 - Moore's Irish Dances Restored, edited and arranged for voice and piano (Boosey).
  • Op.61 - Shamus O'Brien, comic opera (Boosey). 1895, First performance 1896.
  • Op.62 - Phaudrig Crohoore for chorus and orchestra (Boosey). First performance 1896.
  • Op.63 - Requiem (Boosey). First performance 1897.
  • Op.64 - String Quartet No.3 in D minor (Augener).
  • Op.65 - The Clown's Songs from Shakespeare's Twelth Night for voice and piano (Boosey).
  • Op.66 - Te Deum (Boosey). First performance 1898.
  • Op.67 - 6 Elizabethan Pastorals for chorus, 3rd set (Boosey).
No.1: A Carol for Christmas (Sweet music, sweeter far)
No.2: The Shepherd's Anthem
No.3: Shall we go dance?
No.4: Love in Prayers
No.5: Of Disdainful Daphne
No.6: Love's Fire
  • Op.68 - A Cycle of Songs from The Princess of Tennyson for quartet of solo voices (SATB) with Piano accompt. (Boosey).
No.1: As thro' the Land
No.2: Sweet and low
No.3: The splendour falls
No.4: Tears, idle tears
No.5: O Swallow, Swallow
No.6: Thy voice is heard
No.7: Home they brought her warrior dead
No.8: Our enemies have fall'n
No.9: Ask me no more
  • Op.69 - Christopher Patch, the Barber of Bath (unpublished opera).
  • Op.70 - Violin Sonata No.2 in A major (ca.1898?, unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.71 - Concert Variations upon an English Theme ‘Down among the dead men’ for Piano and Orchestra (Boosey, 1898).
  • Op.72 - Ballad Die Wallfahrt nach Kevlaar for voice and piano (Boosey).
  • Op.73 - Piano Trio No.2 in G minor (Bosworth).
  • Op.74 - Violin Concerto No.1 in D major (Breitkopf und Hartel).
  • Op.75 The Last Post for chorus and orchestra (Boosey). First performance 1900.
  • Op.76 - Songs of Erin, A Collection of 50 Irish Folksongs for voice and piano (Boosey).
  • Op.76a - Much Ado About Nothing, opera (Boosey).
  • Op.77 - An Irish Idyll in 6 Miniatures for voice and piano, words by Moira O'Neill (Boosey).
  • Op.78 - Irish Rhapsody No.1 in D minor (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.78 - 6 Irish Folksongs
  • Op.79 - 4 Irish Dances for piano (Stainer and Bell/Carl Fischer).
No.1: March Jig
No.2: Slow Dance
No.3: The Leprechaun's Dance
No.4: Reel
  • Op.80 - Clarinet Concerto (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.81 - Service in G major (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.82 - 5 Sonnets from The Triumph of Love (Boosey).
  • Op.83 - The Lord of Might for chorus and orchestra (Boosey).
  • Op.84 - Irish Rhapsody No.2 in F minor The Lament of the Son of Ossian (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.85 - String Quintet No.1 in F major (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.86 - String Quintet No.2 in C minor (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.87 - unpublished as of 1921.
  • Op.88 - 6 Preludes for Organ (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.89 - 4 Irish Dances for Orchestra (Stainer and Bell). Orchestration of Op.79.
  • Op.90 - Overture in the style of a Tragedy (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.91 - Songs of the Sea for baritone, chorus ad.lib., and orchestra (Boosey).
  • Op.92 - 3 Rhapsodies, Dante for piano (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.93 - 5 Characteristic Pieces for violin and piano (composed ca.1905) (Boosey). Consisting of the following:
No.1: Cavatina and Scherzo
No.2: Capriccio
No.3: In a Gondola
No.4: Arabesque
No.5: L'Envoi
  • Op.94 - Symphony No.6 in E-flat major In Honour of a Great Artist, G. F. Watts (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.95 - Serenade in F major for strings and winds (composed 1906, unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.96 - Stabat Mater (Boosey).
  • Op.97 - Songs of Faith for voice and piano (Boosey). Two sets (6 songs total):
Set 1: Tennyson
Set 2: Walt Whitman
  • Op.98 - Evening Service on Gregorian Tunes (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.99 - String Quartet No.4 in G minor (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.100 - Ode to Wellington for soprano, baritone, chorus, and orchestra (Boosey). First performance 1908.
  • Op.101 - 6 Short Preludes and Postludes - Set 1 for organ (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.102 - Incidental Music to Binyon's Attila the Hun (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.103 - Fantasia and Fugue in D major for organ (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.104 - String Quartet No.5 in B-flat major In Memoriam, Joseph Joachim (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.105 - 6 Short Preludes and Postludes - Set 2 for organ (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.106 - 4 Part-Songs for Male Voices TTBB (Stainer and Bell).
No.1: Autumn Leaves
No.2: Love's Folly
No.3: To his flocks
No.4: Fair Phyllis
  • Op.107 - Welcome Song for chorus (Boosey).
  • Op.108 - Installation March for military band (Stainer and Bell). Composed in 1893. Also for organ.
  • Op.109 - 3 Military Marches for orchestra (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.110 - 4 Part-Songs for SATB (also for SSAA) (Stainer and Bell).
No.1: Valentine's Day
No.2: Dirge
No.3: The Fairies
No.4: Heraclitus
  • Op.111 - 3 Part-Songs for SATB (Curwen, 1908).
No.1: A Lover's Ditty
No.2: The Praise of Spring
No.3: The Patient Lover
  • Op.112 - 4 Songs for voice and piano (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: The City Child
No.2: The Silence
No.3: Spring
No.4: The Vision
  • Op.113 - Bible Songs for voice and organ with chorales ad.lib. (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: A Song of Freedom
No.2: A Song of Trust
No.3: A Song of Hope
No.4: A Song of Peace
No.5: A Song of Battle
No.6: A Song of Wisdom
  • Op.114 - Choral Overture Ave Atque Vale for chorus and orchestra (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.115 - Service in C major (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.116 - Te Deum Laudamus and Canzona for organ (Schirmer).
  • Op.117 - Songs of the Fleet for baritone, chorus, and orchestra (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.118 - An Irish Song Cycle Cushendall for voice and orchestra (stainer and Bell).
  • Op.119 - 8 Part-Songs for SATB (words by Mary Coleridge) (Stainer and Bell).
No.1: The Witch
No.2: Farewell, my Joy
No.3: The Blue Bird
No.4: The Train
No.5: The Inkbottle
No.6: The Swallow
No.7: Chillingham
No.8: My heart in Thine
  • Op.120 - Anthem for Harvest Come, Ye Thankful People, Come, and Choral Hymns (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.121 - Idyll and Fantasia for organ (Schirmer).
  • Op.122 - String Quartet No.6 in A minor (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.123 - Choral Anthem for Easter Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.124 - Symphony No.7 in D minor (Stainer and Bell/Arthur P. Schmidt, 1912).
  • Op.125 - 4 Songs for voice and piano (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: John Kelly
No.2: The Song of Asia
No.3: Phoebe
No.4: The Song of the Spirit of the Hour
  • Op.126 - Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor (Stainer and Bell). First performance 1915.
  • Op.127 - 8 Part-Songs for SATB words by Mary Coleridge) (Stainer and Bell).
No.1: Plighted
No.2: Veneta
No.3: When Mary thro' the garden went
No.4: The Haven
No.5: The Guest
No.6: Larghetto
No.7: Wilderspin
No.8: To a Tree
  • Op.128 - Festal Communion Service in B-flat major for voices and orchestra (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.129 - Clarinet Sonata (Stainer and Bell). Also arranged for viola.
  • Op.130 - Incidental Music to Louis N. Parker's Drake (composed 1912, unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.131 - Fairy Day 3 Idylls for female chorus and small orchestra (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.132 - 6 Characteristic Pieces for piano (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: In Modo Dorico
No.2: Romance in B-flat major
No.3: Study
No.4: Roundel
No.5: Romance in A-flat major
No.6: Toccata
  • Op.133 - Piano Quartet No.2 (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.134 - Anthem Blessed City, Heavenly Salem (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.135 - 3 Motets (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: Ye Holy Angels
No.2: Eternal Father
No.3: Powerful God
  • Op.136 - 5 Capriccios for piano (Stainer and Bell). In C minor, D minor, G major, E-flat major, and A-flat major (Temp di valse).
  • Op.137 - Irish Rhapsody No.3 for cello and orchestra (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.138 - 6 Two-Part Songs for 2 sopranos (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.139 - A Cycle of Irish Songs A Fire of Turf for voice and piano (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: A Fire of Turf
No.2: The Chapel on the Hill
No.3: Cowslip Time
No.4: Scared
No.5: Blackberry Time
No.6: The Fair
No.7: The West Wind
  • Op.140 - A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster for voice and piano (Stainer and Bell). Consisting of the following:
No.1: Grandeur
No.2: Thief of the World
No.3: A Soft Day
No.4: Litter Peter Morrissey
No.5: The Bold Unbiddable Child
No.6: Irish Skies
  • Op.141 - Irish Rhapsody No.4 in A major for orchestra Fisherman of Loch Neagh (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.142 - An Eight-Part Ode Time (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.143 - Thanksgiving Hymn for chorus (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.144 - The Critic, or An Opera Rehearsed, opera after Sheridan (Boosey). First performance 1916.
  • Op.145 - Anthem Lo I Raise Up (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.146 - The Travelling Companion, opera by Newbolt after Hans Christian Anderson (Stainer and Bell).
  • Op.147 - Irish Rhapsody No.5 for orchestra (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.148 - Night Thoughts for piano (Joseph Williams, ca.1917).
  • Op.149 - Organ Sonata No.1 in F major (Augener, ca.1917).
  • Op.150 - Scenes de ballet for piano (Augener). Also arranged for orchestra.
  • Op.151 - Organ Sonata No.2 Eroica (Stainer and Bell, ca.1917). Third movement Verdun 1916 also arranged for orchestra.
  • Op.152 - Organ Sonata No.3 Britannica (Stainer and Bell, ca.1918).
  • Op.153 - Organ Sonata No.4 Celtica (Stainer and Bell, ca.1920).
  • Op.154 - 6 Irish Sketches for violin and piano (Boosey).
  • Op.155 - 6 Sketches (6 Easy Pieces) for violin and piano (Joseph Williams).
  • Op.156 - 10 Part-Songs (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.157 - 8 Songs (Enoch).
  • Op.158 - Piano Trio No.3 in A major Per aspera ad astra (Augener, 1918).
  • Op.159 - Organ Sonata No.5 Quasi una fantasia (Augener, 1921).
  • Op.160 - Ballata and Ballabile for cello and orchestra (unpublished as of 1921). First performance 1919.
  • Op.161 - Irish Concertino for violin, cello, and orchestra (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.162 - Violin Concerto No.2 in G minor (violin/piano score only, unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.163 - Preludes for piano (Swan & Co./Watson and Wilcock, 1919).
  • Op.164 - Magnificat in B-flat major for unaccompanied double choir (Boosey). Written in memory of Hubert Parry.
  • Op.165 - 2 Sonatas for Violin Solo with Piano Accompaniment (unpublished as of 1921). Violin Sonata No.3 (?).
  • Op.166 - String Quartet No.7 in C minor (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.167 - String Quartet No.8 in E minor (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.168 - A Song of Agincourt for orchestra (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.169 - Mass in D minor for chorus a capella (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.170 - Ballade in G minor for piano (Ascherberg, Hopwood and Crew, ca.1920).
  • Op.171 - Piano Concerto No.3 (unpublished as of 1921, orchestrated by Geoffrey Bush).
  • Op.172 - Merlin and the Gleam for baritone, chorus, and orchestra (Stainer and Bell, 1920).
  • Op.173 - Mass via victrix (Boosey).
  • Op.174 - 6 Songs from The Glen of Antrim (Boosey).
  • Op.175 - 6 Songs (Cramer).
  • Op.176 - unaccompanied Mass (unpublished as of 1921).
  • Op.177 - At the Abbey Gate for baritone, chorus, and orchestra (Boosey).
  • Op.178 - 3 Waltzes for piano (in A minor, D minor, F major)
  • Op.179 - ?
  • Op.180 - Variations for violin and orchestra (composed 1921).
  • Op.181 - Concert Piece for Organ and Orchestra.
  • Op.182 - 6 Occasional Preludes for organ.
  • Op.183 - 5 Bagatelles in Waltz Form for violin and piano (composed 1917).
  • Op.184 - 3 Nocturnes for piano.
  • Op.185 - ?
  • Op.186 - ?
  • Op.187 - Fantasie on Intercessor for organ (Fantasia upon a Tune by Charles Hubert Parry, composed 1922).
  • Op.188 - ?
  • Op.189 - Intermezzo on Londonderry Air for organ (4 Intermezzi ?).
  • Op.191 - Irish Rhapsody No.6 for violin and orchestra (Finished 1922-9-17. Reduced score published by Boosey in 1923).
  • Op.192 - ?
  • Op.193 - 3 Preludes and Fugues for organ.
  • Op.194 - 3 Idylls for organ.

Works without Opus Number

Operas

Orchestra and Concertante Works

  • Symphony No.1 in B-flat major (composed 1876, performed March 8 1879 Crystal Palace, unpublished as of 1921).
  • Symphony No.2 in D minor Elegiac (unpublished as of 1921). First performance 1882.
  • Piano Concerto (No.0, composed 1874, unpublished?).
  • Violin Concerto (composed 1875, unpublished?).
  • Cello Concerto in D minor (composed 1879-80, unpublished?).
  • Funeral March The Martyrdom
  • Concert Overture (composed 1870).
  • Festival Overture (composed 1877).
  • Queen of the Seas Overture (composed 1888 for the Armada tercentenary).
  • Rondo for cello and orchestra (composed 1869).
  • Incidental music to The Spanish Student.

Miscellaneous Works

  • Songs of Old Ireland, 50 songs for voice and piano (Boosey).
  • 30 Irish Songs and Ballads for voice and piano, words by Alfred Percival Graves (Novello).
  • Blarney Ballads for voice and piano, words by C. L. Graves (Novello).
  • The Flag of the Union (Novello).
  • For Ever Mine (Novello).
  • Irish Eyes, Ould Doctor Mack, A Valentine (A.D.1560), We Wander by the Waves (Chappell).
  • Autumn Leaves, part-song for TTBB (Stainer and Bell).
  • Love's Folly, part-song for TTBB (Stainer and Bell).
  • Worship, part-song (Novello, published in the Souvenir Song Book).
  • Christmas Carol, part-song (Novello).
  • As with Gladness, part-son (Novello).
  • Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A major for choir and orchestra (Novello).
  • Full anthem for Eastertide If Ye then be Risen (Boosey).
  • Ode to Discord for chorus and orchestra (composed 1908, Boosey).
  • Anthem The Lord is My Shepherd (composed 1886, Novello).
  • Service in D major for unison choir (1923).
  • Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in E-flat major (1873, published 1996).
  • Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in F major Queen's Service (1872, published 1995).
  • Magnificat and Nunc dimittis on the 2nd and 3rd Gregorian Modes (1907).
  • The Blue Bird words by Mary Coleridge (song).
  • Pater Noster (composed 1874).
  • Legend for violin and piano (composed 1893).
  • Fantasy No.1 in G minor for clarinet and string quartet (composed 1921).
  • Fantasy No.2 in F major for clarinet and string quartet (composed 1922).
  • Phantasy in A minor for horn and string quartet (composed 1922).
  • Jesu Dulcis Memoriae Prelude for organ (composed 1879).
  • 8 Chorale Preludes for organ.
  • 4 Intermezzi for organ.
  • Prelude and Fugue in E minor for organ.
  • Quasi una Fantasia for organ (composed 1921).
  • 6 Occasional Preludes for organ (in 2 books).
  • Toccata and Fugue in D minor (composed 1907).
  • The Golden Legend for soloists, chorus, and orchestra (composed 1875).
  • Choric Ode for chorus and orchestra (composed 1907).
  • An Ancient Melody for violin and piano.
  • 6 Irish Dances for violin and piano.
  • 6 Irish Marches for violin and piano.

Editions, Arrangements, etc.

  • God Save the King for voices and orchestra (Boosey).
  • The National Song Book: A Complete Collection of Folk Songs, Carols, and Rounds , Suggested by the Board of Education for the use of Schools
  • J.S. Bach's St. Matthew's Passion (Stainer and Bell).
  • The Organ Library (Stainer and Bell).
  • Class Singing for Schools (Boosey).

Educational Works for Piano

  • 6 Sketches (Primary) and 6 Sketches (Elementary) (Joseph Williams).
  • A Toy Story, 6 pieces (Stainer and Bell).
  • 6 Song Tunes (Stainer and Bell).

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