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SUNG BY THE LONDON VOCAL UNION. 



A FRANKLYN'S DOGGE LEPED 
OVER A STYLE 



PART-SONG FOR MALE VOICES 



THE WORDS FROM THE " INGOLDSBY LEGENDS' 
{By permission of Messrs. Richard Bentlev and Son) 



THE MUSIC COMPOSED BY 

A. C. MACKENZIE 

Op. 8, No. 6. 



Ent. Sta. Hall-. Price Fourpence. 



LONDON : NOVELLO, EWER & CO., 

i, BERNERS STREET (W.), AND 80 & 81, QUEEN STREET (E.C.) 

BOSTON, NEW YORK, AND PHILADELPHIA : DITSON & CO. 

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(By permission of Messrs. Richard Bentley and Son) 
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A. C. MACKENZIE 

(Op. 8, No. 6). 



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THE ORPHEUS 

(NEW SERIES) 

A COLLECTION OF GLEES AND PART-SONGS FOR MALE VOICES. 



Notwithstanding the popularity of the Orpheus in its former shape, it is believed that 
its issue in separate Voice Parts is scarcely in accordance with the present taste; it is 
therefore the intention of Messrs. Novello, Ewer and Co. to publish a New Series of this 
favourite Collection, in which every composition will appear in the popular Octavo form, 
in single numbers printed in Vocal Score, with a carefully revised Pianoforte Accompani- 
ment. In many instances the translation of the words will also undergo revision. 
The Orpheus will now consist exclusively of Part-Music for 

MALE VOICES ONLY. 

The whole of the original Series, with a few unimportant exceptions, will be published in 
the new form, and new compositions by the best composers will be added from time to 
time, as well as a number of pieces which have become popular in other forms or in other 
Collections. The Part-Songs for Mixed Voices hitherto contained in the Series will in 
future appear in the " Part-Song Book." 

The whole of the compositions by Mendelssohn, until now included in the Orpheus, 
will be issued as a separate publication, forming a complete collection of his Part-Songs. 



I 


The long day closes 


A. Sullivan 


Id 


2 


The Beleaguered 


A. Sullivan 


3d 


3 


The Homeward Watch 


H. Smart 


lid 


4 


Come away, come away 


Schafer 


i¥ 


5 


Onward roaming, never weary 


Muller 


ijrf 


6 


Hark! the merry drum 


Krugh 


3d 


7 


Vermeland 


Swedish Melody 


i\d 


8 


Dear land of my fathers 


Swedish Melody 


x\d 


9 


Still amid old Sweden's youth 


Dalecarlian Song 


lid 


IO 


A Franklyn's dogge 


A. C. Mackenzie 


\d 


ii 


All things love thee 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


12 


A Song of winter 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


13 


Going away 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


14 


Sleep, my sweet 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


15 


Spring, ye flow'rets 


J. L. Hatton 


i\d 


16 


Summer eve 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


17 


The sweet creature ... 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


18 


To Julia 


J. L. Hatton 


3d 


19 


thou whose beams (Ossian's Hymn) 


Sir John Gbss 


6d 


20 


T'other day as I sat (Sycamore Shade) ... 


Sir John Goss 


^d 


21 


Hark! heard ye not ... 


Sir John Goss 


6d 


22 


The courtly bard (Kitty Fell) 


Sir John Goss 


ifd 


23 


The Chase 


Ch. Gounod 


/\.d 


2 4 


The night is cloudless and serene 


Schubert 


<d 


25 


Battle Song 


Schumann 


3d 


26 


Weighing anchor (Outward Bound) 


G. A. Macfarren 


q.d 


27 


I WISH to tune my quivering lyre 


T. F. Walmisley 


3d 


28 


Cheerfulness 


Ciro PlNSUTI 


Qd 


29 


How dear to me the hour ... 


ClRO PlNSUTI 


6d 


30 


Peace 


J. Fredk. Bridge 


+d 


3 1 


With thee, sweet hope 


J. Fredk. Bridge 


6d 


32 


Let maids be false, so wine be true 


George C. Martin 


A d 




To be continued. 


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