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Horn, C.
Horn, C. E.
Horn, Charles
Horn, Charles E.
Horn, Charles Edward
Horn, Charles Edward (Mr)
Horn, Chas. E.
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Beazley, Samuel (1786-1851)
Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Bellamy, W. H.
Gould, Hannah Flagg (1789-1865)
Kassler, Michael (1941-)
Morris, George Pope (1802-1864)
Paisiello, Giovanni (1740-1816)
Reader, W.
Terry, Daniel (1782-1829)
Again my mournfull sighs
Alice Gray
All things love thee, so do I : a ballad
All things love thee, so do I : sung by Mrs. C. E. Horn at the public concerts with enthusiastic applause
Allan water
Annie Lawrie
ash grove, The
Auld Robin Gray
banks of Allan water; a ballad., The
bee-hive, 1811:, The
blue bell of Scotland, The
Boarding house. Libretto. English [from old catalog]
But think me not so foolish a maid : The picture song : sung with unbounded applause by Madame Vestris in the opera of Philandering, or, The rose queen : as performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Chanson maritime anglaise
chant d'Ariel, Le
Charles Edward Horn's memoirs of his father and himself
Cherry ripe; a favourite song, composed and arranged with an accompaniment for the piano forte
Cherry ripe; two-part song
Child of the earth with the golden hair. (Titania's love) from Songs of the fairies.
Choose me your valentine
Come buy my roses.
Come, come, soldiers come, c1842:
Cri de guerre écossais
Dark eyed one; a ballad
Deep 'mid the battle's rage.
Devil's bridge. Piano-vocal score. English. [from old catalog]
devil's bridge., The
Dors enfant
Echos d'Angleterre. Mélodies populaires de l'Angleterre, de l'Ecosse, de l'Irlande et du Pays de Galles, avec paroles anglaises et traduction française par Louis Gallet. Transcrites avec accompagnement de piano par J. B. Wekerlin
Even as the sun: a favorite song.
Fading flowers; poetry by Stuart Farquharson, Esq.
Farewell to my harp; a ballad in the opera of John of Paris.
Faustus : a musical romance, as performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
fiancée d'Ecosse, La
Four seasons.
harpe de Tara, La
Here is the lip : duet, sung by Mr. Philipps & Mr. Horn, in M.P., or, The blue stocking, a comic opera performed at the Theatre Royal Lyceum
I've been roaming; a cavatina.
Indian melodies.
jeune ménestrel, Le
know a bank whereon the wild thyme blows; a popular duet, sung in Shakespears revived play of the Merry wives of Windsor., I
larme, Une
Lord Grégory
M. P., or The blue stocking.
Marche des hommes de Harlech
Mary's smile; a ballad.
Matinée de printemps
mermaids cave, The : sung by Miss Hughes with enthusiastic applause
merry guitar, The
My woodland bride: an admired ballad.
Naïade ! Mélodie romantique, paroles de Mr Crevel de Charlemagne, musique de C.-E. Horn, La
Near the lake where drooped the willow : a southern refrain sung with distinguished applause by Mrs. C.E. Horn : dedicated to N.P. Willis Esq.
Nora McShane; a ballad.
On the lake where droop'd the willow... Arranged by C. E. Horn
Persian hunters.
Picture song
Reason and love : song, sung by Mr. Braham in the opera of Philandering, or, The rose queen : performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Rêve matinal
Rich and poor, 1814:
Rosalie [Adélaïde. Cantate.]. Written by M. J. Sullivan.... Adapted by C. E. Horn
Rose of love, 1817 or 1818:
songs of the fairies. Titania's love. [from old catalog], The
Sous le chêne vert
Souvenirs d'enfance
Standard English Songs, edited, revised and the words partly rewritten by W. A. Barrett. The accompaniments, arranged by Dr Stainer, Dr Martin. Mr Henry Gadsby. Mr A. J. Caldicott. Mr Burnham Horner. Mr Joseph Barnby and the editor. Book I.
Suzanne aux yeux noirs
Sweet melody, with accompaniments for the piano forte.
They sa y thou hast forsaken me.
three ravens, The
Through the wood; cavatina
'Tis love in the heart, the admired rondo
Titania's love, (Child of earth with golden hair) a cavatina from The songs of the fairies, with an acc. for the piano forte.
trois corbeaux, Les
vicar of Bray, The
vieux roi Chou, Le
What shall be my theme
Why, what can a poor maiden do? : a song, sung with unbounded applause by Madame Vestris, in the opera of Philandering, or, The rose queen : performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
widow's Lament, The
wish; song., The
woodman's hut: a melo-dramatic romance, in three acts., The
Woodman's hut. Libretto. English. [from old catalog]
woodman's hut. No, it is in vain to swear; arr. [from old catalog], The
young cavalier, The