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Gattung/Form: Musical settings
Name: Robert Bridges; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Robert Louis Stevenson; Algernon Charles Swinburne; Robert Browning; Margaret L Woods; Alice Meynell; Helen M Seymour; Anyte, of Tegea; Matthew Arnold; Laurence Binyon; John Keats; David Morton; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; W H Davies; Christopher Smart; Percy Bysshe Shelley; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; William Wordsworth; William Ernest Henley; William Watson; George Santayana; Abraham Cowley; Michael Drayton; James Elroy Flecker; John Milton; Theodoridas, of Syracuse; Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron; Charles Hanson Towne; Edward FitzGerald; Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy; Frederic Franklyn Van de Water; Rupert Brooke; P L Travers; Alan Seeger; Reginald C Robbins; Thomas Heywood; Thomas Carew; Roden Noel; William Allingham; Coventry Patmore; Joseph Campbell; W B Yeats; Katherine Mansfield; Elizabeth Coatsworth; Marie De France; William Blake; Chan Fang-Sheng; R W Rivers; Shaemas O'Sheel; Edwin Markham; Mary Ashley Townsend; Madeline S Bridges; James Branch Cabell; Harindranath Chattopadhyaya; Aline Kilmer; Marion Strobel; Richard Aldington; Arthur Davison Ficke; William D'Avenant, Sir; Ernest Rhys; Humbert Wolfe; Harriet Monroe; Archibald MacLeish; James Oppenheim; Anna Hempstead Branch; Adelaide Crapsey; Marianne Moore; Jasper Mayne; John Webster; Hartley Burr Alexander; William Drummond; Agnes Grozier Herbertson; Walter De la Mare; AE; Oliver Jenkins; Sara Van Alstyne Allen; Gerald Chan Sieg; Rowland Watkyns; John Tatham; Dorothy Parker; Thomas Beedome; Samuel Pordage; John Muir; Cecile Hulse Hatschat; Alexander Ross; Homer Carroll Combs; Robert Hillyer; Amy Lowell; Elinor Wylie; William Carlos Williams; Conrad Aiken; Lew Sarett; Edmund Prestwich; H. D.; Rachel Harris Campbell
Dokumenttyp: Musikalische Partitur
Alle Autoren: Reginald C Robbins; Robert Bridges; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Robert Louis Stevenson; Algernon Charles Swinburne; Robert Browning; Margaret L Woods; Alice Meynell; Helen M Seymour; Anyte, of Tegea.; Rennell Rodd; Matthew Arnold; Laurence Binyon; John Keats; David Morton; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; W H Davies; Christopher Smart; Percy Bysshe Shelley; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; William Wordsworth; William Ernest Henley; William Watson; George Santayana; Abraham Cowley; Michael Drayton; James Elroy Flecker; John Milton; Theodoridas, of Syracuse.; Alfred Tennyson Tennyson, Baron; Charles Hanson Towne; Edward FitzGerald; Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy; Frederic Franklyn Van de Water; Rupert Brooke; P L Travers; Alan Seeger; Thomas Heywood; Thomas Carew; Roden Noel; William Allingham; Coventry Patmore; Joseph Campbell; W B Yeats; Katherine Mansfield; Elizabeth Coatsworth; Marie De France; William Blake; Chan Fang-Sheng; Arthur Waley; R W Rivers; Shaemas O'Sheel; Edwin Markham; Mary Ashley Townsend; Madeline S Bridges; James Branch Cabell; Harindranath Chattopadhyaya; Aline Kilmer; Marion Strobel; Richard Aldington; Arthur Davison Ficke; William D'Avenant, Sir; Ernest Rhys; Humbert Wolfe; Harriet Monroe; Archibald MacLeish; James Oppenheim; Anna Hempstead Branch; Adelaide Crapsey; Marianne Moore; Jasper Mayne; John Webster; Hartley Burr Alexander; William Drummond; Agnes Grozier Herbertson; Walter De la Mare; AE; Oliver Jenkins; Sara Van Alstyne Allen; Gerald Chan Sieg; Rowland Watkyns; John Tatham; Dorothy Parker; Thomas Beedome; Samuel Pordage; John Muir; Cecile Hulse Hatschat; Alexander Ross; Homer Carroll Combs; Robert Hillyer; Amy Lowell; Elinor Wylie; William Carlos Williams; Conrad Aiken; Lew Sarett; Edmund Prestwich; H. D.; Rachel Harris Campbell
OCLC-Nummer: 652546198
Anmerkungen: Most cover-titles removed in binding.
Songs no. 121-52 published by Golden West Music Press, Hollywood, California.
Beschreibung: 152 volumes ; 34 cm
Inhalt: v. 1. A passer by / [words by] Robert Seymour Bridges --
v. 2. Nightingales / [words by] Robert Bridges --
v. 3. My lost youth / [words by] H.W. Longfellow --
v. 4. Psalm XVIII --
v. 5. Psalm LXVIII --
v. 6. In the highlands / [words by] R.L. Stevenson --
v. 7-8. Ave atque vale / [words by] A.C. Swinburne --
v. 9. The wanderers / [words by] Robert Browning --
v. 10. Genius loci / [words by] Margaret L. Woods --
v. 11. The shepherdess / [words by] Alice Meynell --
v. 12-14. The last faun wakes ; The last faun seeks ; The last faun thinks of death / [words by] Helen M. Seymour --
v. 15. A shrine by the sea / [words by] Anyte, Greek anthology ; trans., Sir Rennell Rodd --
v. 16. The foresaken merman ; epilogue / [words by] Matthew Arnold --
v. 17. The scholar gypsy ; epilogue / [words by] Matthew Arnold --
v. 18. Sohrab and Rustum ; epilogue / [words by] Matthew Arnold --
v. 19. Invocation to youth / [words by] Laurence Binyon --
v. 20. Ode to a Grecian urn / [words by] John Keats --
v. 21. Ode to a nightingale / [words by] John Keats --
v. 22. Nymph of the downward smile / [words by] John Keats --
v. 23. A certain one who died / [words by] David Morton --
v. 24. The dead men sing / [words by] S.T. Coleridge --
v. 25. Dreams of the sea / Wm H. Davies --
v. 26. Song to David / [words by] Christopher Smart --
v. 27. Ode to the west wind / [words by] P.B. Shelley --
v. 28. La belle dame sans merci / [words by] John Keats --
v. 29. Sonnet from the Portuguese / [words by] E.B. Browning --
v. 30. Ode to Psyche ; epilogue / [words by] John Keats --v. 31. Sonnet: the sea / [words by] John Keats --v. 32. Ode to autumn / [words by] John Keats --
v. 33. Atalanta / [words by] A.C. Swinburne --
v. 34. Ode to duty / [words by] Wm Wordsworth --
v. 35. Evening / [words by] W.E. Henley --
v. 36. The great misgiving / [words by] Sir Wm Watson --
v. 37. Ode in May / [words by] Sir Wm Watson --
v. 38. The ploughman / [words by] George Santayana --
v. 39. Sonnet: the world / [words by] Wm Wordsworth --v. 40. Drinking / [words by] Abraham Cowley --
v. 41. Song of Empedocles / [words by] Matthew Arnold --v. 42. Hymn of Empedocles / [words by] Matthew Arnold --
v. 43. Epilogue : Frost at midnight / [words by] S.T. Coleridge --
v. 44. Callicles on Aetna / [words by] Matthew Arnold --v. 45. To the Virginian voyage / [words by] Michael Drayton --
v. 46. The old ships / [words by] James. E. Flecker --
v. 47. Ode to the Mediterranean / [words by] George Santayana --
v. 48. The fifth day / [words by] John Milton --
v. 49. Greek epitaph / [words by] Theodoridas, Greek anthology --
v. 50. Ulysses / [words by] Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
v. 51. Naval victories, 1916 / [words by] Chas. Hanson Towne --
v. 52. The river of time / [words by] M. Arnold --
v. 53. Old song / [words by] Edward Fitzgerald --
v. 54-54a. Herodias / [words by] Arthur O'Shaughnessy --
v. 55. October / [words by] F.F. van de Water --
v. 56. Clouds: the Pacific / [words by] Rupert Brooke --
v. 57. 1914: the dead / [words by] Rupert Brooke --
v. 58. Te deum of a lark / [words by] Pamela Travers --
v. 59. Sonnet / [words by] Alan Seeger --
v. 60. Aftermath / [words by] Reginald C. Robbins --
v. 61-61a. To Jane / [words by] P.B. Shelley --
v. 67. Invocation / [words by] Thomas Heywood --
v. 63. Invitation / [words by] P.B. Shelley --
v. 64. Epilogue; ode: immortality / [words by] William Wordsworth --
v. 65-65a. The true beauty / [words by] Thomas Carew --
v. 66-66a. The poet's dream / [words by] P.B. Shelley --
v. 67. Ozymandias / [words by] P.B. Shelley --
v. 68-68a. The swimmer / [words by] Roden Noel --
v. 69-69a. The shepherd sings / [words by] Alfred Lod Tennyson --
v. 70-70a. The beggar maid / [words by] Alfred Lord Tennyson --
v. 71-71a. The fairies / [words by] Wm Allingham --
v. 72. Departure / [words by] Coventry Patmore --v. 73-73a. The old woman / [words by] Joseph Campbell --
v. 74-74a. When you are old / [words by[Wm. B. Yeats --
v. 75-75a. Night-piece / [words by] Joseph Campbell --
v. 76-76a. A sunset / [words by] Katherine Mansfield --
v. 77-77a. Sea-harvest / [words by] Elizabeth Coatsworth --v. 78-78a. Daniel Webster's horses / [words by] Elizabeth Coatsworth --
v. 79-79a. To her lover below earth / [words by] Marie de France ; tr. A. O'Shaughnessy --
v. 80-80a. The tiger / [words by] Wm Blake --
v. 81-81a. Homeward / [words by] Chan Fang-Sheng ; tr. Arthur Waley --
v. 82-82a. Remembrance / [words by] Robert. W. Rivers --
v. 83. Storm-song / [words by] Robert W. Rivers --
v. 84-84a. Dover beach / [words by] Matthew Arnold --
v. 85. Song of the fallen / [words by] Shaemas O' Sheel --
v. 86. Joy of the morning / [words by] Edwin Markham --
v. 87. Embryo / [words by] Mary A. Townsend --
v. 88. Winter / [words by] Coventry Patmore --
v. 89-89a. Poet and lark / [words by] Madeline S. Bridges --
v. 90. A summer night / [words by] Matthew Arnold --
v. 91. Canzonet / [words by] Jas. B. Cabell. --
v. 92-92a. Worship / [words by] Harindranath Chattopadhyaya --
v. 93-93a. Heart-bitterness [words by] Aline Kilmer --
v. 94-94a. Fortitude / [words by] Aline Kilmer --
v. 95-95a. Ephermeris / [words by] Marion Strobel --
v. 96-96a. Choricos / [words by] Richard Aldington --
v. 97. Sonnet / [words by] Arthur Davison Ficke --
v. 98. Morning / [words by] William Davenant --
v. 99-99a. The crier / [words by] Michael Drayton --
v. 100. Dagonet's canzonet / [words by] Ernest Rhys --
v. 101-101a. Song in autumn / [words by] Humbert Wolfe --
v. 102. Water ouzel / [words by] Harriet Monroe --
v. 103-103a. Any poet to posterity / [words by] Humbert Wolfe --
v. 104-104a. Shadow of night / [words by] Archibald Macleish --
v. 105-105a. The runner in the skies / [words by] Jas. Oppenheim --
v. 106-106a. The bubble / [words by] Anna Hempstead Branch --
v. 107. The lonely death / [words by] Adelaide Crapsey --
v. 108-108a. A talisman / [words by] Marianne Moore --
v. 109. Song on May morning / [words by] John Milton --
v. 110. Song of time's passing / [words by] Jasper Mayne --
v. 111. Sonnet: father to son / [words by] Robert W. Rivers --
v. 112. The wish / [words by] Abraham Cowley --
v. 113. Madrigal / Anonymous --
v. 114-114a. A land dirge / [words by] J. Webster --
v. 115. The last song / [words by] Hartley Alexander --
v. 116. The dreams are walking / [wrods by] Hartley Alexander --
v. 117. The sun's first ray / [words by] Hartley Alexander --
v. 118. Colin / [words by] the Shepherd tonie --
v. 119. Summons to love / [words by] William Drummond of Hawthornden --
v. 120. Song of a golden age / [words] from the Greek --
v. 121. Passage / [words by] Agnes G. Herbertson --
v. 122. Oh, why? / [words by] Walter de la Mare --
v. 123. Avowal / [words by] Robert W. Rivers --
v. 124. Promise / [words by] "A. E." (George W. Russell) --
v. 125. Captive / [words by] Oliver Jenkins --
v. 126. Mojave / [words by] Robert W. Rivers --
v. 127. Tropic clouds / [words by] Sara Van A. Allen --
v. 128. Slow sun and moon / [words by] Gerald Chan Sieg --
v. 129. Upon a fair and virtuous gentlewoman; that can sing excellently / [words by] Rowland Watkyns --
v. 130. The letter / [words by] John Tatham --
v. 131. Fragment: solitude / [words by] P.B. Shelley --
v. 132. Threat to a fickle lady / [words by] Dorothy Parker --
v. 133. To his mistress, going into the country / [words by] Thos. Beedome --
v. 134. On Amaryllis dancing / [words by] Samuel Pordage --
v. 135. The wind / [words by] John Muir --
v. 136. Gardens of Montezuma / [words by] Cecile H. Matschat --
v. 137. Flowers / [words by] Alexander Ross --
v. 138. My song / [words by] Homer C. Combs --
v. 139. Lute-music / [words by] Robert Hillyer --
v. 140. Night-clouds / [words by] Amy Lowell --
v. 141. While lovliness goes by / [words by] Anna Hempstead Branch --
v. 142. Velvet shoes / [words by] Elinor Wylie --
v. 143. Phoenix / [words by] Wm. C. Williams --
v. 144. Bread and music / [words by] Conrad Aiken --
v. 145. To a wild goose over decoys / [words by] Lew Sarett --
v. 146. How to choose a mistress / [words by] Edmund Prestwich --
v. 147. Golden bough / [words by] Elinor Wylie --
v. 148. Musicians / [words from the] Chinese Book of Songs ; trans., Arthur Waley --
v. 149. Lethe / [words by] Hilda Doolittle --
v. 150. Advent / [words by] Rachel H. Campbell --
v. 151. To one born last night / [words by] Reginald C. Robbins --
v. 152. Charioteer (Epilogue) / [words by] Hilda Doolittle.
Andere Titel Songs for high voice
Songs for medium voice
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Verfasserangabe: by Reginald C. Robbins.

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schema:description"v. 1. A passer by / [words by] Robert Seymour Bridges -- v. 2. Nightingales / [words by] Robert Bridges -- v. 3. My lost youth / [words by] H.W. Longfellow -- v. 4. Psalm XVIII -- v. 5. Psalm LXVIII -- v. 6. In the highlands / [words by] R.L. Stevenson -- v. 7-8. Ave atque vale / [words by] A.C. Swinburne -- v. 9. The wanderers / [words by] Robert Browning -- v. 10. Genius loci / [words by] Margaret L. Woods -- v. 11. The shepherdess / [words by] Alice Meynell -- v. 12-14. The last faun wakes ; The last faun seeks ; The last faun thinks of death / [words by] Helen M. Seymour -- v. 15. A shrine by the sea / [words by] Anyte, Greek anthology ; trans., Sir Rennell Rodd -- v. 16. The foresaken merman ; epilogue / [words by] Matthew Arnold -- v. 17. The scholar gypsy ; epilogue / [words by] Matthew Arnold -- v. 18. Sohrab and Rustum ; epilogue / [words by] Matthew Arnold -- v. 19. Invocation to youth / [words by] Laurence Binyon -- v. 20. Ode to a Grecian urn / [words by] John Keats -- v. 21. Ode to a nightingale / [words by] John Keats -- v. 22. Nymph of the downward smile / [words by] John Keats -- v. 23. A certain one who died / [words by] David Morton -- v. 24. The dead men sing / [words by] S.T. Coleridge -- v. 25. Dreams of the sea / Wm H. Davies -- v. 26. Song to David / [words by] Christopher Smart -- v. 27. Ode to the west wind / [words by] P.B. Shelley -- v. 28. La belle dame sans merci / [words by] John Keats -- v. 29. Sonnet from the Portuguese / [words by] E.B. Browning -- v. 30. Ode to Psyche ; epilogue / [words by] John Keats --v. 31. Sonnet: the sea / [words by] John Keats --v. 32. Ode to autumn / [words by] John Keats -- v. 33. Atalanta / [words by] A.C. Swinburne -- v. 34. Ode to duty / [words by] Wm Wordsworth -- v. 35. Evening / [words by] W.E. Henley -- v. 36. The great misgiving / [words by] Sir Wm Watson -- v. 37. Ode in May / [words by] Sir Wm Watson -- v. 38. The ploughman / [words by] George Santayana -- v. 39. Sonnet: the world / [words by] Wm Wordsworth --v. 40. Drinking / [words by] Abraham Cowley -- v. 41. Song of Empedocles / [words by] Matthew Arnold --v. 42. Hymn of Empedocles / [words by] Matthew Arnold -- v. 43. Epilogue : Frost at midnight / [words by] S.T. Coleridge -- v. 44. Callicles on Aetna / [words by] Matthew Arnold --v. 45. To the Virginian voyage / [words by] Michael Drayton -- v. 46. The old ships / [words by] James. E. Flecker -- v. 47. Ode to the Mediterranean / [words by] George Santayana -- v. 48. The fifth day / [words by] John Milton -- v. 49. Greek epitaph / [words by] Theodoridas, Greek anthology -- v. 50. Ulysses / [words by] Alfred, Lord Tennyson -- v. 51. Naval victories, 1916 / [words by] Chas. Hanson Towne -- v. 52. The river of time / [words by] M. Arnold -- v. 53. Old song / [words by] Edward Fitzgerald -- v. 54-54a. Herodias / [words by] Arthur O'Shaughnessy -- v. 55. October / [words by] F.F. van de Water -- v. 56. Clouds: the Pacific / [words by] Rupert Brooke -- v. 57. 1914: the dead / [words by] Rupert Brooke -- v. 58. Te deum of a lark / [words by] Pamela Travers -- v. 59. Sonnet / [words by] Alan Seeger -- v. 60. Aftermath / [words by] Reginald C. Robbins -- v. 61-61a. To Jane / [words by] P.B. Shelley -- v. 67. Invocation / [words by] Thomas Heywood -- v. 63. Invitation / [words by] P.B. Shelley -- v. 64. Epilogue; ode: immortality / [words by] William Wordsworth -- v. 65-65a. The true beauty / [words by] Thomas Carew -- v. 66-66a. The poet's dream / [words by] P.B. Shelley -- v. 67. Ozymandias / [words by] P.B. Shelley -- v. 68-68a. The swimmer / [words by] Roden Noel -- v. 69-69a. The shepherd sings / [words by] Alfred Lod Tennyson -- v. 70-70a. The beggar maid / [words by] Alfred Lord Tennyson -- v. 71-71a. The fairies / [words by] Wm Allingham -- v. 72. Departure / [words by] Coventry Patmore --v. 73-73a. The old woman / [words by] Joseph Campbell -- v. 74-74a. When you are old / [words by[Wm. B. Yeats -- v. 75-75a. Night-piece / [words by] Joseph Campbell -- v. 76-76a. A sunset / [words by] Katherine Mansfield -- v. 77-77a. Sea-harvest / [words by] Elizabeth Coatsworth --v. 78-78a. Daniel Webster's horses / [words by] Elizabeth Coatsworth -- v. 79-79a. To her lover below earth / [words by] Marie de France ; tr. A. O'Shaughnessy -- v. 80-80a. The tiger / [words by] Wm Blake -- v. 81-81a. Homeward / [words by] Chan Fang-Sheng ; tr. Arthur Waley -- v. 82-82a. Remembrance / [words by] Robert. W. Rivers -- v. 83. Storm-song / [words by] Robert W. Rivers -- v. 84-84a. Dover beach / [words by] Matthew Arnold -- v. 85. Song of the fallen / [words by] Shaemas O' Sheel -- v. 86. Joy of the morning / [words by] Edwin Markham -- v. 87. Embryo / [words by] Mary A. Townsend -- v. 88. Winter / [words by] Coventry Patmore -- v. 89-89a. Poet and lark / [words by] Madeline S. Bridges -- v. 90. A summer night / [words by] Matthew Arnold -- v. 91. Canzonet / [words by] Jas. B. Cabell. -- v. 92-92a. Worship / [words by] Harindranath Chattopadhyaya -- v. 93-93a. Heart-bitterness [words by] Aline Kilmer -- v. 94-94a. Fortitude / [words by] Aline Kilmer -- v. 95-95a. Ephermeris / [words by] Marion Strobel -- v. 96-96a. Choricos / [words by] Richard Aldington -- v. 97. Sonnet / [words by] Arthur Davison Ficke -- v. 98. Morning / [words by] William Davenant -- v. 99-99a. The crier / [words by] Michael Drayton -- v. 100. Dagonet's canzonet / [words by] Ernest Rhys -- v. 101-101a. Song in autumn / [words by] Humbert Wolfe -- v. 102. Water ouzel / [words by] Harriet Monroe -- v. 103-103a. Any poet to posterity / [words by] Humbert Wolfe -- v. 104-104a. Shadow of night / [words by] Archibald Macleish -- v. 105-105a. The runner in the skies / [words by] Jas. Oppenheim -- v. 106-106a. The bubble / [words by] Anna Hempstead Branch -- v. 107. The lonely death / [words by] Adelaide Crapsey -- v. 108-108a. A talisman / [words by] Marianne Moore -- v. 109. Song on May morning / [words by] John Milton -- v. 110. Song of time's passing / [words by] Jasper Mayne -- v. 111. Sonnet: father to son / [words by] Robert W. Rivers -- v. 112. The wish / [words by] Abraham Cowley -- v. 113. Madrigal / Anonymous -- v. 114-114a. A land dirge / [words by] J. Webster -- v. 115. The last song / [words by] Hartley Alexander -- v. 116. The dreams are walking / [wrods by] Hartley Alexander -- v. 117. The sun's first ray / [words by] Hartley Alexander -- v. 118. Colin / [words by] the Shepherd tonie -- v. 119. Summons to love / [words by] William Drummond of Hawthornden -- v. 120. Song of a golden age / [words] from the Greek -- v. 121. Passage / [words by] Agnes G. Herbertson -- v. 122. Oh, why? / [words by] Walter de la Mare -- v. 123. Avowal / [words by] Robert W. Rivers -- v. 124. Promise / [words by] "A. E." (George W. Russell) -- v. 125. Captive / [words by] Oliver Jenkins -- v. 126. Mojave / [words by] Robert W. Rivers -- v. 127. Tropic clouds / [words by] Sara Van A. Allen -- v. 128. Slow sun and moon / [words by] Gerald Chan Sieg -- v. 129. Upon a fair and virtuous gentlewoman; that can sing excellently / [words by] Rowland Watkyns -- v. 130. The letter / [words by] John Tatham -- v. 131. Fragment: solitude / [words by] P.B. Shelley -- v. 132. Threat to a fickle lady / [words by] Dorothy Parker -- v. 133. To his mistress, going into the country / [words by] Thos. Beedome -- v. 134. On Amaryllis dancing / [words by] Samuel Pordage -- v. 135. The wind / [words by] John Muir -- v. 136. Gardens of Montezuma / [words by] Cecile H. Matschat -- v. 137. Flowers / [words by] Alexander Ross -- v. 138. My song / [words by] Homer C. Combs -- v. 139. Lute-music / [words by] Robert Hillyer -- v. 140. Night-clouds / [words by] Amy Lowell -- v. 141. While lovliness goes by / [words by] Anna Hempstead Branch -- v. 142. Velvet shoes / [words by] Elinor Wylie -- v. 143. Phoenix / [words by] Wm. C. Williams -- v. 144. Bread and music / [words by] Conrad Aiken -- v. 145. To a wild goose over decoys / [words by] Lew Sarett -- v. 146. How to choose a mistress / [words by] Edmund Prestwich -- v. 147. Golden bough / [words by] Elinor Wylie -- v. 148. Musicians / [words from the] Chinese Book of Songs ; trans., Arthur Waley -- v. 149. Lethe / [words by] Hilda Doolittle -- v. 150. Advent / [words by] Rachel H. Campbell -- v. 151. To one born last night / [words by] Reginald C. Robbins -- v. 152. Charioteer (Epilogue) / [words by] Hilda Doolittle."@en
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