||A Cantata, entitled The Corsair; the words selected (from Byron's works) and the music composed by William Glover, author of the Oratorios, "Jerusalem," "Emmanuel," &c.
||Overture and three Parts
|Year/Date of Composition
||1849? – London: Robert Cocks
||Selected from words by George Gordon Byron (1788–1824)
||Voices, chorus, orchestra
British Musical biography says The "Corsair," cantata, 1849 (printed 1856). Publication also mentioned in The Athenaeum: Journal of Literature, Science and the Fine Arts, 10 March 1860.