Ralph Vaughan Williams

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Song Cycles, Symphonies

3 Songs from Shakespeare

  • no. 1. Take, O take
  • no. 2. When icicles hang by the wall (Text: William Shakespeare)
  • no. 3. Orpheus with his Lute

A Sea Symphony

  • no. 1. Song for all seas, all ships (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 2. On the beach at night alone (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 3. Scherzo - The Waves (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 4. O vast Rondure, swimming in space (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 5. O we can wait no longer (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 6. Passage to more than India! (Text: Walt Whitman)

Along the Field

  • no. 1. Along the field (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 2. We'll to the Woods no more (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 3. The half-moon westers low (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 4. In the morning, in the morning (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 5. The sigh that heaves the grasses (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 6. Good-bye (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 7. Fancy's knell (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 8. With rue my heart is laden (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)

Dona nobis pacem

  • no. 1. Agnus Dei (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 2. Beat! beat! drums! (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 3. Reconciliation (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 4. Dirge for two veterans (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 5. The Angel of Death [multi-text setting]

Five Mystical Songs

  • no. 1. Easter (Text: George Herbert)
  • no. 2. I got me flowers (Text: George Herbert)
  • no. 3. Love bade me welcome (Text: George Herbert)
  • no. 4. The call (Text: George Herbert)
  • no. 5. Antiphon (Text: George Herbert)

Five Tudor Portraits: A Choral Suite in Five Movements

  • no. 1. Ballad The Tunning of Elinor (Text: John Skelton)
  • no. 2. Intermezzo - Pretty Bess (Text: John Skelton)
  • no. 3. Burlesca - Epitaph on John Jayberd of Diss (Text: John Skelton)
  • no. 4. Romanza. Jane Scroop: Her lament for Philip Sparrow (Text: John Skelton)
  • no. 5. Scherzo - Jolly Rutterkin (Text: John Skelton)

Folk Songs of the Four Seasons [cantata]

  • no. 1. Prologue: To the ploughboy (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 2a. Early in the Spring (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 2b. The lark in the morning (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 2c. May song (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 3a. Summer is a-coming in and the Cuckoo (Text: Volkslieder after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist)
  • no. 3b. The sprig of thyme (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 3c. The sheep shearing (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 3d. The green meadow (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 4a. John Barleycorn (Text: after Robert Burns) DUT
  • no. 4b. The unquiet grave (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 4c. An acre of land (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 5a. Children's Christmas Song (Yorkshire Wassail) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 5b. Wassail song (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 5c. In Bethlehem City (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 5d. God bless the Master (Text: Volkslieder )

Four English Folk Songs

  • no. 1. The dark-eyed sailor (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 2. The spring time of the year (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 3. Just as the tide was flowing (Text: Volkslieder )
  • no. 4. The lover's ghost (Text: Volkslieder )

Four Hymns for tenor, viola and piano

  • no. 1. Lord! come away! (Text: Jeremiah Taylor, Bishop)
  • no. 2. Who is this fair one? (Text: Isaac Watts)
  • no. 3. Come Love, come Lord (Text: Richard Crashaw)
  • no. 4. Evening Hymn (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist)

Four Last Songs

  • no. 1. Procris (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)
  • no. 2. Tired (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)
  • no. 3. Hands, eyes, and heart (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)
  • no. 4. Menelaus (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)

Four Poems by Fredegond Shove

  • no. 1. Motion and Stillness (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • no. 2. Four Nights (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • no. 3. The New Ghost (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • no. 4. The Water Mill (Text: Fredegond Shove)

Hodie [cantata]

  • no. 1. Prologue (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 2. Narration (1) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 3. Song: It was the winter wild (Text: John Milton)
  • no. 4. Narration (2) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 5. Choral: Kyrieleison (Text: Miles Coverdale after Martin Luther)
  • no. 6. Narration (3) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 7. The Oxen (Text: Thomas Hardy)
  • no. 8. Narration (4) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 9. Pastoral (Text: George Herbert)
  • no. 10. Narration (5) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 11. Lullaby
  • no. 12. Hymn (Text: William Drummond of Hawthornden)
  • no. 13. Narration (6) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 14. March of the Three Kings (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)
  • no. 15. Choral: No sad thought [multi-text setting]
  • no. 16. Epilogue (Text: John Milton)

In Windsor Forest [cantata]

  • no. 1. The conspiracy (Text: William Shakespeare)
  • no. 2. Drinking song (Text: William Stevenson, Sir)
  • no. 3. Falstaff and the fairies
  • no. 4. Wedding chorus (Text: Ben Jonson)
  • no. 5. Epilogue

Merciless Beauty

  • no. 1. Your eyën two (Text: Geoffrey Chaucer)
  • no. 2. So hath your beauty (Text: Geoffrey Chaucer)
  • no. 3. Since I from love (Text: Geoffrey Chaucer)

On Wenlock Edge

  • no. 1. On Wenlock Edge (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 2. From far, from eve and morning (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 3. Is my team ploughing (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 4. Oh, when I was in love with you (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 5. Bredon Hill (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • no. 6. Clun (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)

Pilgrim's Progress

  • no. 1. Watchful's Song (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 2. The Song of the Pilgrims (Text: John Bunyan)
  • no. 3. The Pilgrim's Psalm (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 4. The Song of the Leaves of Life and the Water of Life (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • no. 5. The Song of Vanity Fair (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)
  • no. 6. The Woodcutter's Song (Text: John Bunyan)
  • no. 7. The Bird's Song (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts after Bible or other Sacred Texts)

Six choral songs to be sung in time of war

  • no. 1. A song of courage (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • no. 2. A song of liberty (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • no. 3. A song of healing (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • no. 4. A song of victory (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • no. 5. A song of pity, peace, and love (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • no. 6. A song of the new age (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)

Songs of Praise [multi-composer] [collection]

  • no. ?. Oxonia (Text: Matthew Arnold)
  • no. ?. Today (Text: Thomas Carlyle)
  • no. ?. Cumnor (Text: Matthew Arnold)
  • no. ?. Music-Makers (Text: Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy)

Songs of Praise

  • no. ?. Into the woods my master went (Text: Sidney Lanier)

Songs of Travel

  • no. 1. The vagabond (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 2. Let Beauty awake (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 3. The roadside fire (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 4. Youth and love (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 5. In dreams (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 6. The infinite shining heavens (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 7. Whither must I wander? (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 8. Bright is the ring of words (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
  • no. 9. I have trod the upward and the downward slope (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)

Ten Blake Songs

  • no. 1. Infant Joy (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 2. A poison tree (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 3. The piper (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 4. London (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 5. The lamb (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 6. The shepherd (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 7. Ah! Sun-flower! weary of time (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 8. Cruelty has a human heart (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 9. The divine image (Text: William Blake)
  • no. 10. Eternity [multi-text setting]

The House of Life

  • no. 1. Lovesight (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • no. 2. Silent noon (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • no. 3. Love's minstrels (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • no. 4. Heart's haven (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • no. 5. Death-in-Love (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • no. 6. Love's last gift (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)

Three Elizabethan Songs

  • no. ?. The willow song (Text: William Shakespeare after Volkslieder )

Three Poems by Walt Whitman

  • no. 1. Nocturne (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 2. A clear midnight (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • no. 3. Joy, shipmate, joy (Text: Walt Whitman)

Three Shakespeare Songs

  • no. 1. Full fathom five (Text: William Shakespeare)
  • no. 2. The cloud-capp'd towers (Text: William Shakespeare)
  • no. 3. Over hill, over dale (Text: William Shakespeare)

Two Poems by Seumas O'Sullivan

  • no. 1. The twilight people (Text: Seumas O'Sullivan)
  • no. 2. A piper (Text: Seumas O'Sullivan)

Vocal Works (Alphabetical Order)

  • A clear midnight (in Three Poems by Walt Whitman) (Text: Walt Whitman) GER FRE GER
  • A piper (in Two Poems by Seumas O'Sullivan) (Text: Seumas O'Sullivan)
  • A poison tree (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) FRE
  • A song of courage (in Six choral songs to be sung in time of war) (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • A song of healing (in Six choral songs to be sung in time of war) (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • A song of liberty (in Six choral songs to be sung in time of war) (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • A song of pity, peace, and love (in Six choral songs to be sung in time of war) (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • A song of the new age (in Six choral songs to be sung in time of war) (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • A song of victory (in Six choral songs to be sung in time of war) (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
  • Agnus Dei (in Dona nobis pacem) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts) DUT ENG ITA
  • Ah! Sun-flower! weary of time (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) FRE
  • Alister McAlpine's Lament (Text: Robert Allan)
  • Along the field (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • An acre of land (Text: Volkslieder )
  • An acre of land (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • An Oxford Elegy
  • Antiphon (in Five Mystical Songs) (Text: George Herbert)
  • Ballad The Tunning of Elinor (in Five Tudor Portraits: A Choral Suite in Five Movements) (Text: John Skelton)
  • Beat! beat! drums! (in Dona nobis pacem) (Text: Walt Whitman) GER
  • Blake's cradle song (Text: William Blake)
  • Boy Johnny (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
  • Bredon Hill (in On Wenlock Edge) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Bright is the ring of words (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) HUN ITA
  • Buonaparty (Text: Thomas Hardy)
  • Burlesca - Epitaph on John Jayberd of Diss (in Five Tudor Portraits: A Choral Suite in Five Movements) (Text: John Skelton)
  • Bushes and briars (Text: Volkslieder ) ITA GER
  • Ca' the yowes (Text: Robert Burns)
  • Children's Christmas Song (Yorkshire Wassail) (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Choral: Kyrieleison (in Hodie) (Text: Miles Coverdale after Martin Luther)
  • Choral: No sad thought [multi-text setting] (in Hodie)
  • Claribel (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord) GER
  • Clun (in On Wenlock Edge) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Come away, death (Text: William Shakespeare) NOR DUT SWE ITA FRE GER FIN GER
  • Come Love, come Lord (in Four Hymns for tenor, viola and piano) (Text: Richard Crashaw)
  • Crossing the Bar (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
  • Cruelty has a human heart (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake)
  • Cumnor (in Songs of Praise) (Text: Matthew Arnold)
  • Darest thou now, O soul (Text: Walt Whitman) FRE
  • Death-in-Love (in The House of Life) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • Dirge for Fidele (Text: William Shakespeare) SPA ITA GER FIN GER
  • Dirge for two veterans (in Dona nobis pacem) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Dover Beach (Text: Matthew Arnold) GER
  • Down among the dead men (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Dreamland (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
  • Drinking song (in In Windsor Forest) (Text: William Stevenson, Sir) DUT
  • Early in the Spring (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Easter (in Five Mystical Songs) (Text: George Herbert) CAT
  • England, my England (Text: William Ernest Henley)
  • Epilogue (in Hodie) (Text: John Milton)
  • Epilogue (in In Windsor Forest)
  • Eternity [multi-text setting] (in Ten Blake Songs)
  • Evening Hymn (in Four Hymns for tenor, viola and piano) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist)
  • Every night and every morn (Text: William Blake) FRE
  • Falstaff and the fairies (in In Windsor Forest) DUT
  • Fancy's knell (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Four Nights (in Four Poems by Fredegond Shove) (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • From far, from eve and morning (in On Wenlock Edge) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Full fathom five (in Three Shakespeare Songs) (Text: William Shakespeare) DUT NOR ITA FRE GER FIN SPA
  • Garden of Proserpine (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  • God bless the Master (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Good-bye (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Greensleeves (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Guildford ("England Arise") (Text: Edward Carpenter)
  • Hands, eyes, and heart (in Four Last Songs) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams)
  • He that is Down (from The Pilgrim's Journey)
  • Heart's haven (in The House of Life) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • Heart's music (Text: Thomas Campion)
  • How can the tree but wither? (Text: Thomas, Lord Vaux)
  • Hugh's Song of the Road (Text: Harold Hannyngton Child) *
  • Hymn (in Hodie) (Text: William Drummond of Hawthornden)
  • I got me flowers (in Five Mystical Songs) (Text: George Herbert)
  • I have trod the upward and the downward slope (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA
  • If I were a Queen (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
  • In Bethlehem City (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • In dreams (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA GER
  • In Linden Lea (Text: William Barnes) FRI GER
  • In the morning, in the morning (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • In the spring (Text: William Barnes)
  • Infant Joy (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) RUS
  • Intermezzo - Pretty Bess (in Five Tudor Portraits: A Choral Suite in Five Movements) (Text: John Skelton)
  • Into the woods my master went (in Songs of Praise) (Text: Sidney Lanier)
  • Is my team ploughing (in On Wenlock Edge) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman) HEB
  • John Barleycorn (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: after Robert Burns) DUT
  • Joy, shipmate, joy (in Three Poems by Walt Whitman) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Just as the tide was flowing (in Four English Folk Songs) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • L'amour de moi (Text: 15th century)
  • Let Beauty awake (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA GER
  • Linden Lea (Text: William Barnes) FRI GER
  • Loch Lomond (Text: Volkslieder )
  • London (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) FRE
  • Lord, thou hast been our refuge (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts after Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Lord! come away! (in Four Hymns for tenor, viola and piano) (Text: Jeremiah Taylor, Bishop)
  • Love bade me welcome (in Five Mystical Songs) (Text: George Herbert)
  • Lovesight (in The House of Life) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • Love's last gift (in The House of Life) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • Love's minstrels (in The House of Life) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
  • Lullaby (in Hodie)
  • Magnificat anima mea dominum (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts after Bible or other Sacred Texts) DUT SPA ENG FRE GER
  • Mannin Veen (Text: Volkslieder )
  • March of the Three Kings (in Hodie) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) [x]*
  • May song (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Menelaus (in Four Last Songs) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) *
  • Motion and Stillness (in Four Poems by Fredegond Shove) (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • Narration (1) (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Narration (2) (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Narration (3) (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Narration (4) (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Narration (5) (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Narration (6) (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Nocturne (in Three Poems by Walt Whitman) (Text: Walt Whitman) FRE
  • O mistress mine (Text: William Shakespeare) ITA GER FRE FIN GER
  • O vast Rondure, swimming in space (in A Sea Symphony) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • O we can wait no longer (in A Sea Symphony) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Oh, when I was in love with you (in On Wenlock Edge) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman) GER
  • On the beach at night alone (in A Sea Symphony) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • On Wenlock Edge (in On Wenlock Edge) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Orpheus with his lute DUT FRE GER FIN SWE GER
  • Orpheus with his Lute (in 3 Songs from Shakespeare) DUT FRE GER FIN SWE GER
  • Over hill, over dale (in Three Shakespeare Songs) (Text: William Shakespeare) ITA
  • Passage to more than India! (in A Sea Symphony) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Pastoral (in Hodie) (Text: George Herbert)
  • Procris (in Four Last Songs) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) *
  • Prologue (in Hodie) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Prologue: To the ploughboy (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Reconciliation (in Dona nobis pacem) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Rest (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
  • Romanza. Jane Scroop: Her lament for Philip Sparrow (in Five Tudor Portraits: A Choral Suite in Five Movements) (Text: John Skelton)
  • Rondel (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
  • Scherzo - Jolly Rutterkin (in Five Tudor Portraits: A Choral Suite in Five Movements) (Text: John Skelton)
  • Scherzo - The Waves (in A Sea Symphony) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Searching for Lambs (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Serenade to music (Text: William Shakespeare) FRE
  • Silence and music (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) *
  • Silent noon (in The House of Life) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti) SPA CAT
  • Since I from love (in Merciless Beauty) (Text: Geoffrey Chaucer)
  • So hath your beauty (in Merciless Beauty) (Text: Geoffrey Chaucer)
  • Song for all seas, all ships (in A Sea Symphony) (Text: Walt Whitman)
  • Song: It was the winter wild (in Hodie) (Text: John Milton)
  • Spring (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
  • Star-Talk (Text: Robert Graves)
  • Summer is a-coming in and the Cuckoo (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist) LAT
  • Sweet day (Text: George Herbert) FRE
  • Take, O take (in 3 Songs from Shakespeare) DUT GER FRE FIN FRE GER POL
  • Tears, idle tears (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
  • The Angel of Death [multi-text setting] (in Dona nobis pacem)
  • The Bird's Song (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts after Bible or other Sacred Texts) GER FRE LAT
  • The call (in Five Mystical Songs) (Text: George Herbert) SPA
  • The cloud-capp'd towers (in Three Shakespeare Songs) (Text: William Shakespeare) ITA FRE
  • The conspiracy (in In Windsor Forest) (Text: William Shakespeare) DUT ITA FRE FIN
  • The dark-eyed sailor (in Four English Folk Songs) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The divine image (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) RUS GER
  • The future (Text: Matthew Arnold)
  • The green meadow (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The half-moon westers low (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • The infinite shining heavens (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA
  • The lamb (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) RUS GER FIN
  • The lark in the morning (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The lover's ghost (in Four English Folk Songs) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The New Ghost (in Four Poems by Fredegond Shove) (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • The Oxen (in Hodie) (Text: Thomas Hardy)
  • The Pilgrim's Psalm (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • The piper (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake) RUS
  • The roadside fire (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA GER
  • The seeds of love (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The sheep shearing (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The shepherd (in Ten Blake Songs) (Text: William Blake)
  • The sigh that heaves the grasses (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • The sky above the roof (Text: Mabel Dearmer after Paul Verlaine) SPA ITA GER CHI RUS
  • The Song of the Leaves of Life and the Water of Life (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • The Song of the Pilgrims (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: John Bunyan)
  • The Song of Vanity Fair (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) *
  • The splendour falls (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord) SPA NYN FRE GER
  • The sprig of thyme (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The spring time of the year (in Four English Folk Songs) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The turtle dove (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The twilight people (in Two Poems by Seumas O'Sullivan) (Text: Seumas O'Sullivan)
  • The unquiet grave (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The vagabond (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA
  • The Virgin's cradle song (Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist) DUT FRE GER
  • The Water Mill (in Four Poems by Fredegond Shove) (Text: Fredegond Shove)
  • The willow song (in Three Elizabethan Songs) (Text: William Shakespeare after Volkslieder ) GER FRE GER
  • The winter is gone (Text: Volkslieder )
  • The Winter's Willow (Text: William Barnes)
  • The Woodcutter's Song (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: John Bunyan)
  • Tired (in Four Last Songs) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) *
  • Today (in Songs of Praise) (Text: Thomas Carlyle)
  • Toward the Unknown Region (Text: Walt Whitman) FRE
  • Vine, vine and eglantine (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
  • Wassail song (in Folk Songs of the Four Seasons) (Text: Volkslieder )
  • Watchful's Song (in Pilgrim's Progress) (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts)
  • Wedding chorus (in In Windsor Forest) (Text: Ben Jonson) DUT
  • We'll to the Woods no more (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • When I am dead, my dearest (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti) ITA GER WEL
  • When icicles hang by the wall (in 3 Songs from Shakespeare) (Text: William Shakespeare) GER FIN
  • Whither must I wander? (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) ITA GER
  • Whitsunday Hymn (Text: Miles Coverdale)
  • Who is this fair one? (in Four Hymns for tenor, viola and piano) (Text: Isaac Watts)
  • Willow-wood (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti) GER FRE
  • Winter (Text: William Shakespeare) GER FIN
  • Winter (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
  • With rue my heart is laden (in Along the Field) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
  • Your eyën two (in Merciless Beauty) (Text: Geoffrey Chaucer) GER
  • Youth and love (in Songs of Travel) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)