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Garrison, Theodosia Pickering (1874-1944)
Liszt, Franz (1811-1886)
Markoe, Francis Hartman
Martens, Frederick Herman (1874-1932)
Naulty, Edwin Fairfax (1869-)
New Jersey symphony orchestra (see also from)
Schminke, Oscar E. (1881-1969)
Schminke, Oscar Eberhard (1881-1969)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Sprague, Harriet Appleton
Whitman, Walt (1819-1892)
Alleluia in the form of a toccata.
Arms for Venus : incidental music
Behold God is our Salvation
Bowling Green : comic opera
Brennan on the moor.
Bret Harte overture
Christus. Hirtengesang an den Krippe, arr. [from old catalog]
Devouring time. Sonnet XIX. Part-song for men's voices.
Eternal God, whose power upholds
F. A. G. O. orchestration test[s]
Founded for freedom : a masque or finale for a patriotic pageant of the United States
Gwalia a Welsh rhapsody for orchestra
Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding : anthem for chorus of mixed voices (S.A.T.B. or S.A.B.) with soprano solo and organ accompaniment
Here I am king
Iphegenia in Aulis : incidental music.
Iphigenia in Aulis.
Kammersymphonie : for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, string quintett, and piano.
know a maiden faire to see., I
light of God, The : the cantata for chorus of mixed voices, tenor, bariton, soli, and orchestra
Little room o' dreams : three-part chorus for women's voices, with piano acc.
Main : overture : problem to graduate students.
Marïenlieder: Meinem Freunde Herrn : Jean Francaix
May song, A : part-song for S. A. T. B.
million little diamonds, A : 3-part song for women's voices
nightingale of Bethlehem, The : a legend of the Nativity : cantata for chorus of mixed voices, with soprano, contralto, and baritone soli, and acc. of organ with obligato [sic] of flute and oboe (or two violins) ad lib.
nun, The : for S.S.A.A. chorus with contralto solo and accompaniment of I-II flutes, I-II oboes (II interchangeable with English horn), I-II bassoons, I-II-III-IV horns, celesta, harp, gong, and the usual strings
Orientale : (from Kaleidoscope) : op. 50, no. 9
Overture in olden style on French noels. - c
Overture to a comedy; Bret Harte no. 2.
Overture to a Greek play.
Paumanok : 7-8-8-8-8-7
Psalm 117 : for chorus of mixed voices with acc. of organ or orchestra.
Psalms 149, Cantate Domino; for chorus of mixed voices, with soprano solo, and acc., of organ.
Sea symphony sea cycle for bass-baritone and orchestra
Shepherd's song at the manger;
Solemn prelude : for organ.
Solution for Trinity College of Music, London, orchestration exam
song of the future, A : [for] double chorus of S.A.T.B.B. & S.A.T.B.B.
[Suiten, Orch (1951)]. - (1951)
Symphony, no. 1. [from old catalog]
Symphony no. 1. [Sound recording] Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Society of Participating Artists [195-] SPA-38.
Transition : song for high voice
Tregaron : C.M.D.
triumph of Israel; oratorio or cantata for S. A. T. B. with soprano, contralto, tenor, and baritone soli, and acc. of orchestra or organ., The
Two songs : op. 27
victory riders: ballad for baritone and orchestra, op. 25., The
victory riders, The : ballad for chorus of men's voices and orchestra.
Vorspiel, Die verstutzte Herzogin, Berthold Fieberrindenbaum : problem for graduate students, New York University, correct all orchestration errors as well as compass, etc.
West Hills : 7-8-8-8-7-7
Winter garden : ending for Strauss Overture, Fledermaus
world of tomorrow ... 1940., The
world of tomorrow, The : a short cantata for mixed voices, with organ acc. ad lib.