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Repertoire, songs for women's voices

Author: William C Bridgman
Publisher: New York, American Book Co. [©1940]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : Accompanied edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Songs; Part-songs
All Authors / Contributors: William C Bridgman
OCLC Number: 594710
Notes: Principally for chorus (SSA) and piano.
Description: 2 volumes 26 cm
Contents: After the rain --
All God's chillun got wings --
As torrents in summer --
Barcarolle --
Braid the raven hair --
Bridal procession and chorus --
Calm as the night --
Deep river --
Elegie --
Florian's song --
Glorious apollo --
Go down, Moses --
Greeting --
Hark, hark, the lark --
I love thee --
In the time of roses --
Last night the nightingale woke me --
Legend --
Liebestraum --
Lift thine eyes --
Little wheel a-turning --
The maiden's wish --
My love in song would be flying --
Nobody knows the trouble I see --
Not unto man be given --
On wings of song --
Over the bright blue sea --
Over the summer sea --
Poor wandering one --
Sandman's song and children's prayer --
See, the conquering hero comes --
Serenade --
The smiling dawn --
Snowflakes --
Softly breathes the voice of evening --
Song of the pilgrim --
Songs my mother taught me --
Spinning song --
Spring chorus --
Springtime --
Still is the lake --
Sweet the angelus os ringing --
Swing low, sweet chariot --
There's a meeting here tonight --
Three little maids from school --
To spring --
Wanderer's night song --
We're called gondolieri. V.2 All things come of thee, O lord --
All through the night --
America --
America, the beautiful --
Amici --
Ancient of days --
Angels we have heard on high --
Auld lang syne --
Begone, dull care --
Breaking waves dashed high --
Bring a torch --
Cantique de Noel --
Come, my soul, thou must be waking --
Come, thou almighty king --
Come, with thy lute --
Come, ye thankful people, come --
Comin' thro' the rye --
Cradle song --
Cuckoo, sing in the trees --
Day is dying in the west --
Dear harp of my country --
Deck the hall --
Dixie --
Dresden amen --
Evening hymn --
The first noel --
Gaily the troubadour --
The galway piper --
Glorious things of thee are spoken --
God ever glorious --
God of our fathers --
Good king Wenceslas --
Hail, Columbia --
The harp that once through Tara's halls --
Heavenly father, ever lead us --
The heavens resound --
The holly and the ivy --
Holy God, we praise thy name --
Holy, holy, holy --
Holy spirit, light divine --
Hope thou in God --
How can I leave thee --
It came upon a midnight clear --
I waited for the lord --
The king of love --
The last rose of summer --
Lead us, heavenly father --
The little sandman --
Loch lomond --
Long, long ago --
Lord God of morning --
The lord is my shepherd --
The Lord's prayer --
Lord, thy glory fills the heaven --
The lorely --
Lovely appear --
Love's old sweet song --
Lullaby --
A merry life --
Morning hymn --
My old Kentucky home --
Nearest and dearest --
Night's shadows falling --
Now the day is over --
O come all ye faithful --
O come, Emmanuel --
O faithful pine --
O God beneath thy guiding hand --
O God, our help in ages past --
Oh, worship the King --
O little town of Bethlehem --
Old folks at home --
O master, let me walk with thee --
Panis Angelicus --
Praise God from who all blessings flow --
Praise to God, immortal praise --
Prayer of Thanksgiving --
Rejoice, ye pure in heart --
The rising of the lark --
Santa Lucia --
Sevenfold Amen --
Silent night --
Spin! spin! --
The star-spangled banner --
Sweet and low --
There's music in the air --
Threefold Amen --
Twofold Amen --
Vesper hymn --
When love is kind --
Whispering hope --
Who's that a-calling --
Ye banks and braes --
Ye watchers and ye holy ones.
Other Titles: Songs for women's voices
Responsibility: [arr. by] William C. Bridgman.

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