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Now is the Time of Christymas 

(XVth Century.) 



CAROL FOR MENS' VOICES, 
FLUTE AND PIANO. 



BY 



ARNOLD BAX. 



Price 2/- net. 

London : 

MURDOCH, MURDOCH & Co., 

23, Princes Street, Oxford Circus, W. 1. 



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Now is the Time of Christymas 



(XVth Century.) 



CAROL FOR MENS' VOICES, ' ^ 

FLUTE AND PIANO. 



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MURDOCH, MURDOCH & Co., 

23, Princes Street, Oxford Circus, W. I . 



Carol for Mens Voices. 
Flute and Piano. 



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Now is the Time of Christymas. 

(XV*h Century.) 



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THE MAYFAIR CLASSICS 

esited by EMILE LESAGE. 



VOCAL SERIES. 



SONGS. 



No. 
501. 
502. 
503. 
504. 
505. 
506. 
507. 
508. 
509. 
510. 

511. 



BRAHMS, J. Lullaby. 



513. 
514. 
515. 
516. 
517. 
518. 
519. 
520. 

521. 
522. 

523. 

524. 



HANDEL. 



G. H. Clutsam 
G. H. Clutsam 



512. HAYDN. 



English Words by 
No. 1 in Di? G. H. Clutsam 
No. 2 in E\> 
No. 3 in F 
The Smith Fred Corder 

The Dustman ., 
O My Queen No. 1 in C „ 
No. 2 in E& 

BEETHOVEN. As I Love Thee G. H. Clutsam 
„ Prayer ,, 

Sorrow. Consoler 
(Lascia ch 10 pianga) 

Shadows so Sweet 
(Ombramai fu) (Largo) 

My mother bids me bind my 

hair A. Hunter 

With Verdure Clad (Creation) 
The Husbandman (Seasons) 

A Beauteous Flower Ed. Teschemacher 
The Loreley „ 
How wonderful for Hearts „ 
MENDELSSOHN. Qn wings of Song G.H. Clutsam 

The First Violet „ 
MEYERBEER. The Page's Song 
(Huguenots) 
{Nobles Seigneurs, Salut!) G. H. Clutsam 
,, The Fishermaiden T. Oliphant 

Stolen Love (Figaro) 

(Porgi Amor) G. H. Clutsam 

The Page's Song (Figaro) 

(Voi che sapetej ,, 
The Violet 



LISZT, F. 



MOZART. 



No. 
525. 
526. 



English Words by 

ROSSINI. Cuj us Animam (Stabat Mater) W. Ball 
Cavatina (Barber of Seville) Fred Corder 



527. RUBINSTEIN. 



528. 
529. 



530. SCHUBERT. 
531. 
532. 
533. 

534. SCHUMANN 
535. 
536. 

537. TSCHAIKOWSKY. 
538. 



E'en as a tender Flower 

G.H. Clutsam 
The Pearly Dew „ 
Not with Angels 
(Persian Song) „ 
Death and the Maiden Paul England 
Serenade Fred Corder 

Peace 

Romance (Rosamunde) Paul England 



Paul England 



G. 
G. 



H. Clutsam 
H. Clutsam 



539. VERDI. 



540. 



541. WAGNER 



542. 



543. 



544. WEBER. 



545. 



I blame thee not 
In Wondrous May 
The Lotus Flower 
Longing 
At the Ball 
Dearest Name (Caro nome) 

(Rigoletto) G. H. Clutsam 

Ah might it be his voice 
(Ah fors' e lui) (Traviata) 

Siegmund's Love Song 
(Valkyrie) 
Elsa's Song to the Zephyrs 

(Lohengrin) 
Wolfram's Song to the 

Evening Star (Tannhauser) 
What though the Clouds 
(Freischutz) 

Bells of the Valley 
(Euryanthe) 



Fred Corder 



G. H. Clutsam 



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THE WORKS of ARNOLD BAX 

Published by 

Murdoch, Murdoch & Co., London, W. 



ORCHESTRAL. 



The Garden of Fand 
November Woods 



BALLETS. 

The Truth about the Russian Dancers (Sir J. M. Barrie) 

CHORAL WORKS. 

Mater, Ora Filium— Carol for Unaccompanied Double Choir... 
Of a Rose I Sing— Carol for Choir, Harp, 'Cello, and Contra-bass 



CHAMBER 

First Sonata for Violin and Pianoforte in E 
Quintet for Piano and Strings in G min. ... 
String Quartet in G 

tt »» ••• 

Quintet for Strings and Harp ... 



MUSIC. 



Score 
Parts 



PIANOFORTE SOLOS. 



Toccata 

Lullaby 

A Hill-Tune ... „ 
Mediterranean 
Burlesque 
Country-Tune 
Second Sonata in G 



SONGS WITH PIANO. 



Ideala (Bjdmson) 

Aspiration (R. Dehmel) 

Parting (/£.) ••• 

Green Grow the Rashes O! (Bums) ... 

Youth (Clifford Box) 

Five Irish Songs 

The Pigeons--- 

As I came over the Grey, Grey Hills 

I heard a Piper Piping 

Across the Door .... ... ..." •' 

Beg-Innish ... ... ... k. 

ARRANGEMENTS 

Traditional Songs of France 

Sarabande ... ... ... ... ^vj 

Langueo d' Amour 

Me suis Mise cn Danse ... 
Fcmmes, battez vos Marys 
La Targo ... 1 
Chant d'Isabeau (Canadian) 



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21- 



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In preparation 



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In preparation 
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In preparation 



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To LEIGH HENRY. 



Of a Rose I Sing a Son: 



(Fifteenth Century) 



CAROL FOR A SMALL CHOIR, 
HARP, 'CELLO & CONTRABASS. 



MUSIC BY 



ARNOLD BAX. 



Copyright. Price 2/6 net. 



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To LEIGH HENRY. 



Of a Rose I Sing a Song 



(Fifteenth Century) 



CAROL FOR A SMALL CHOIR, 
HARP, 'CELLO & CONTRABASS. 



MUSIC BY 



ARNOLD BAX. 



Copyright. Price 2/6 net. 



London 

MURDOCH, MURDOCH & Co., 

23, Princes Street, Oxford Circus, W. 1. 

For the United States of America and Canada, ^fXtyLSf'^ 

Chappell-Harms, Inc. 

185, Madison Avenue, New York. 

A PRINTED IN ENGLAND. 



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Of a Rose I Sing a Song*. 



Carol for a small choir 
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Moderate 



(XW^ Century.) 



ARNOLD BAX. 



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COMPOSITIONS 

BY 

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" LULLABY " for "Pianoforte Solo - 2s. net. 

DAILY TELEGRAPH. 

"In the charming 'Lullaby,' which Miss Harriet Cohen had to repeat, Mr. Bax gives us freshness of thought, 

piquantly expressed without a superfluous note. 
"Mr. Bax is far from showing that contempt for a tune which too many of our more ambitious young 

composers are apt to assume." 

Mr. TOBIAS MATTHAY writes: 

" I have immediately told music pupils to get it, as I like it immensely. It is a great addition to the Bax music." 

DAILY TELEGRAPH. 

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"It was to Miss Harriet Cohen we owe the first public performance of the 'Lullaby,' and its appearance now 

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PIANOFORTE SOLOS. 

Burlesque. Toccata. 
Mediterranean. A Hill Tune. 

The Truth about the Russian Dancers. (Ballet.) 



SONGS. 



Parting 

Youth 

Ideala ... 

Aspiration 

Green grow the rashes O ! 
Le Chant d'Isabeau. 



Words by " M." 



Clifford Bax 
Bjornson. 
Clifford Bax. 
Robert Burns. 

{French Canadian .) 



Traditional Songs of France : 

1. Sarabande (Amours tant tu me fais de mal). 

{Old French.) 

2. Langueo d'amours, ma doulce fillette. 

(Old French Poem and Melody.) 

3. Me suis niise en danse. 

(Bas Quercy.) 

4. Femmes, battez vos Marys. 

{Old French Poem and Melody.) 

5. La Targo. 

(Provencal.) 



ORCHESTRAL AND CHAMBER MUSIC. 

IN THE PRESS. 



Pianoforte Quintet in G minor. 
String (,)uartet in ('• major. 



November Woods. (Orchestra.) 
The Garden of Fand. (Orchestra.) 



The Truth about the Russian Dancers. (Orchestra.) 



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502. 
503. 
504. 
505. 
506. 
507. 
508. 
509. 
510. 

511. 

512. 

513. 
514. 
515 
516 
517 
518 
519 
520 



521 
522 



BRAHMS, J. Lullaby. 



523 
524 



English Words by 
No. 1 in Db G. H. Clutsatn 
No. 2 in Eb 
No. 3 in F 
The Smith Fred Corder 

The Dustman >. 
O My Queen No. 1 in C „ 
No. 2 in Eb 

BEETHOVEN. As I Love Thee G. H. Clutsatn 

,, Prayer ,. 

HANDEL. Sorrow, Consoler 

(Lascia ch'io pianga) G. H. Clutsam 

Shadows so'Sweet 

(Ombra mai fu) (Largo) G. H. Clutsam 
HAYDN. My mother bids me bind my 

hair A. Hunter 

With Verdure Clad (Creation) 
The Husbandman (Seasons) 
. LISZT, F. A Beauteous Flower Ed. Teschemacher 
„ The Loreley „ 

How wonderful for Hearts „ 
MENDELSSOHN. Qn wings of Song G. H. Clutsatn 

The First Violet 
MEYERBEER. The Page's Song 
(Huguenots) 
{Nobles Seigneurs, Salut !) G. H. Clutsatn 
The Fishermaiden T. Oliphant 
Stolen Love (Figaro) 

(Porgi Amor) G. H. Clutsam 

The Page's Song (Figaro) 

(Voi che sapete) ,, 
The Violet „ 



MOZART. 



No. English Words by 

525. ROSSINI. Cuj us Animam (Stabat Mater) W. Ball 

526. „ Cavatina (Barber of Seville) FredCorder 

527. RUBINSTEIN. E'en as a tender Flower 

G. H. Clutsatn 

528. „ The Pearly Dew 

529. „ Not with Angels 

(Persian Song) „ 
Death and the Maiden Paul England 
Serenade Fred Corder 

Peace 

Romance (Rosamunde) Paul England 



530. SCHUBERT. 
531. 
532. 
533. 

534. SCHUMANN 
535. 



G. H. Clutsatn 
G. H. Clutsam 



I blame thee not Paul England 
„ In Wondrous May „ 

„ The Lotus Flower 

TSCHAIKOWSKY. Longing 

„ At the Ball „ 

VERDI. Dearest Name (Caro nome) 

(Rigoletto) G. H. Clutsam 

„ Ah might it be his voice 

(Ah fors' e lui) (Traviata) „ 

Siegmund's Love Song 
(Valkyrie) Fred Corder 

Elsa's Song to the Zephyrs 
(Lohengrin) „ 

543. „ Wolfram's Song to the 

Evening Star (Tannhauser) „ 

544. WEBER. What though the Clouds 

(Freischutz) G. H. Clutsam 

545. „ Bells of the Valley 

(Euryanthe) „ 



536. 
537. 
538. 
539. 

540. 



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542. 



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Pianoforte Pieces. 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
II. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24 
25. 
26. 
27. 



. Nos. 1 — 27 annotated and fingered by 
F. CORDER, F.R.A.M. 

ARENSKY. Basso Ostinato, Op. 5, No. 5. 

Etude, Op. 41, No. 2. 
BACH. P. E. Solfegietto 
BEETHOVEN. Andante in F. 

Two Sonatinas (F & G) 
BEN DEL, F. Spinning Wheel 
CHOPIN, F. Valse in D flat, Op. 64, No. 1. 
„ Nocturne in E flat, Op. 9, No. 2. 

„ Berceuse in D Hat, Op. 57. 

Etude in G flat. Op. 10, No. 5. 
DAQUIN. Le Coucou 
GADE, N. W. Ring-Dance 
HENSELT, A. Si Oiseau j'etais 

Song of Love 
JENSEN, A. The Mill 
Berceuse 

Elfin Dance & Barcarolle 
KJERULF, H. Lullaby, Op. 4, No. 3. 
LISZT, F. Love-dream, in A flat 
La Campanella 
Consolation in D flat 
Etude de Concert in D flat, No. 3. 
Devotion (Schumann) 
Evening Star (Wagner) 
MAYER, C. La Grace 
MENDELSSOHN. Spring Song^ 

„ Andante & Rondo 

Capriccioso, Op. 14. 



Nos. 28—50 annotated and fingered by 
FELIX S WINS TEA D, F.R.A.M. 

■28. PAR A DIES. Toccata 

29. RACH M AN 1 NOFF, S. Prelude in C# mirror. 

Op. 3, No. 2. 

30. RAFF. J. La Fileuse, Op. 157, No. 'I. 

31. ,. Polka de la Reine, Op. 95. 

32. „ Fabliau, Op. 75, No. 2. 

33. RUBINSTEIN, A. Romance in E flat, 

Op. 44, No. 1. 

34. „ Melody in F, Op. 3, No. 1. 

35. „ Romance in F, Op. 26, No. 1. 

36. „ Valse Caprice. 

37. SCARLATTI (Tausig). Pastorale 

38. ,, Capriccio 

39. SCHUBERT, F. Impromptu in G. 

Op. 90, No. 3. 

40. „ Impromptu in A flat. 

Op. 90, No. 4. 

41. „ Impromptu in A flat. 

Op. 142, No. 2. 

42. „ Impromptu in B flat. 

Op. 142. No. 3. 

43. SCHUMANN, R. Whims, Op. 12, No. 4. 

44. ,, " Dreaming," and "Why?" 

Op. 15, No. 7. Op. 12, No. 3. 

45. TSCHAIKOWSKY, P. Barcarolle, Op. 37, No. 6. 

46. „ Chant sans Paroles. 

Op. 2, No. 3. 

47. ,, Chanson Triste, 

Op. 40, No. 2 

48. WEBER, C. M. Invitation a la Valse, Op. 65. 

49. ,, Moto Perpetuo, Op. 34. 

50. „ Polacca Brillante, Op. 72. 



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