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Cowan, F. H. (Sir)
Cowan, Frederic Hymen (Sir)
Cowen, F. H.
Cowen, F. H. (Sir)
Cowen, Federico
Cowen, Frederic
Cowen, Frédéric H.
Cowen, Frederic H. (Sir)
Cowen, Frederic Hymen
Cowen, Frederic Hymen (Sir)
Cowen, Frederic (Sir)
Cowen, Frederich Hymen
Cowen, Hyman Frederick
Cowen, Hymen
Cowen, Hymen Frederick
Cowwen, Frederic-Hymen
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Bennett, Joseph (1831-1911))
Dodge, Mary Mapes (1830-1905)
Francillon, R. E. (1841-1919)
Francillon, R. E. (1841-1919))
Francillon, Robert Edward (1841-1919)
Hueffer, Francis (1844-1889))
Parry, C. Hubert H. (1848-1918)
Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings (1848-1918)
Procter, Adelaide (1825-1864)
Roscoe, Martin
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (see also from)
Scottish orchestra (see also from)
Wesché, W. (18..-18..? musicien)
West, John E.
Wood, Charles (1866-1926)
12 New Songs by some of the best and best-known british composers
all hail the glorious reign
Anthology of sacred song. celebrated arias selected from oratorios by old and modern composers
At dawn of day (Chorus) (4 v.)
But she, around whose cradle (1 v.)
butterfly's ball, the
Coronation ode for soprano solo, chorus and orchestra, 1902:
Country dance;
cupid's conspiracy
Dans un beau Jardin ! Chanson, poésie de Mill Cissan, musique de Fréd-H. Cowen
dream of endymion, the
enchanted cottage, the
English dances in the olden style.
Evening Hymn, sacred song.. Words by Adelaide Procter. Music by Frederic H. Cowen
Forgive me mother (Scena) (Recit) (2 v.)
Four English dances in the olden style
Fourth symphony in B flat minor
he giveth his belovèd sleep
hear your call (Duet and final chorus), I
Highland concerto [Enregistrement sonore] ; Normandy
Hymne à Victor Hugo pr. harmonie
in fairyland
in the olden time
It was a dream
John Gilpin : ballad : for chorus and orchestra
Language of the flowers. Suite de ballet by Frédéric H. Cowen, arranged as piano forte duots, The
Light in darkness, sacred song. Words from "the Quiver". Music by Frederic H. Cowen
Light light at last (Scene) (1 v.)
magic goblet -- the luck of edenhall, the
maid of orleans, the
Mendelssohn, 192-?:
mighty king there lived in days of yore (Prologue) (3 v. et choeur à 4 v.), A
Minuet d'amour : from A suite of old English dances (second set)
monica's blue boy
months, the
Music as she is wrote, 1915:
My art and my friends, 1913:
ode to the passions
Old English dances.
Orchestre interlude (piano)
Passing away, sacred song, words by Mrs Hemans, music by Frédéric H. Cowen
Pauline, opera in 4 acts funden upon bulwer's play the lady of Lyon's the libretto, by Henry Hersee
phantasy of life and love, a
Pilgrims, sacred song.. Words by Adelaide Procter. Music by Frederic H. Cowen, The
Richard Bonelli, baritone [SR] p1997:
River Shore, sacred song, words by the author of John Halifax (Miss Muloch), musique by Frédéric H. Cowen, The
Rose Maiden, The : a cantata : Op. 3
rose of life. Cantata for female voices., The
Ruth. A dramatic oratorio. The words selected from Holy Scripture by Joseph Bennett. Composed expressly for the Worcester musical festival, 1887
Saint Ursula. Sacred cantata. The poem... by R. E. Francillon, music by Frederic H. Cowen
Scandinavian, The
Sinfonien c-Moll
Sinfonien, Nr. 3
Six Songs, composed by Frederic H. Cowen
Sleep in bow'r and hall (Choral interlude) (4 v.)
Sleeping beauty. - (1890)
Sleeping beauty : a cantata in a prologue and 4 scenes : [na sopran, tenor i baryton solo, chór i orkiestrę
Sleeping beauty. A cantata in a prologue and four scenes. Poem by Francis Hueffer, music by Frederic H. Cowen. Composed expressly for the Birmingham Festival, August 1885
Snowflakes. Chorus For [3] women's voices with piano accompaniment. (S. S. A.). Lyric by Mary Mapes Dodge. Music by Frederick H. Cowen, arr. by Robert Sedgwick
song of thanksgiving, a
Spring from the earth (Incantation) (1 v. et choeur à 2 v.)
St. John's Eve : an old English idyll for soli, chorus and orchestra
Symphony : n° 4. (The welsh) in 3 flat minor, for orchestre by Frédéric-H. Cowen. Piano arrangement (four hands) by W. Wesche and the author
Symphony no 4 in B flat minor for orchestra
Symphony no 4 [Musique imprimée]
Third symphony in C minor "The Scandinavian"
Vassals and lieges (Scena) (2 v. et choeur à 4 v.)
veil, the
Welsh, The
what shall we dance?
Whither away my heart (1 v.)