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19th century songs

There are 396 songs beginning with the letter O, click on a title for further details:

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O Belovd One. (O Doleccezze Perdute). Air in Un Caballo in Maschera Verdi, adapted to English words by Baylis Burton, 
O Bid Me Not Flee Words and music - Adolf Jensen, 
O Blessed Day. W&M: G Linton, P Young., 
O Can Ye See Cushions?. (Cradle song). From songs of the north gathered together from The Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland Words and music - Malcolm Lawson, 
O Cessate Di Piagarmi. Romanza Words and music - Allesandro Scarlatti, 
O Come Blest Days - Sacred Song W. H. Bellamy and Henry Smart, 
O Del Mio Dolce Ardo - (O Thou Most Wondrous Maiden) C Gluck, 
O Divine Redeemer (Repentir) - In the key of B flat Alfred Phillips and Ch. Gounod, 
O Divine Redeemer (Repentir) - In the key of C major for High Voice Alfred Phillips and Ch. Gounod, 
O Divine Redeemer (Repentir) - In the key of G major for Low Voice Alfred Phillips and Ch. Gounod, 
O Divine Redeemer (Repentir) - In the key of A major Alfred Phillips and Ch. Gounod, 
O Divine Redeemer (Repentir) - Key of C major for high voice Alfred Phillips and Ch. Gounod, 
O Do Not Scorn My Love . W&M: H F Chorley, Jules Benedict, 
O Doubting Heart . W&M: J Hullah, A Procter, 
O Fair Dove O Fond Dove - Song in the key of A flat for Soprano or Tenor Jean Ingelow and A Scott Gatty, 
O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove . W&M: C Luini, 
O FOr the Bloom of my Own Native Heather - Scotch Ballad Charles Jefferys and Stephen Glover, 
O For The Wings of a Dove - From Hear My Prayer - Key of F major for medium voice Mendelssohn, 
O For the Wings of a Dove - Key of E flat major - From the hymn 'Hear my Prayer O God' W. Bartholomew Esq. & Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 
O Forest Cool. O Kuhler Wald. English and German words. J Brahms Words and music - J Brahms, Elisabeth and C Brentano, 
O Give Me Back But Yesterday: Christy Minstrels Words and music - F Romer., 
O Give to me those Early Flowers - Song composed and dedicated to Miss Dardier The Poetry by a Lady - Music by C. Eulenstein, 
O God Our Help.Sacred Song Words and music - Isaac Watts and Paul Esmond, 
O Gonne mir den Fruhlingstraum - Op. 485, No. 2 H. Pfeil & Franz Abt, 
O How is Zion's Glory Gone! - A Sacred Melody - For Voice & Piano Rev. W. H. Bathurst and Robert Kaye Greville, 
O Jack Its Very Sad. From the musical play Porcelain Prince Words and music - Leopold D Schurer, 
O la patria a me rendete, from Le pre aux clercs Words and music - M Maggioni and F Herold, 
O Lady leave thy silken thread, W&M. Th. Wood & B Albert, , 
O Let Me Kiss Thine Eye Sweet Words and music - Alexander V Fielitz and John Berhoff, 
O Light Of Love Words and music - Anthony Mc Donald and Piccolomini, 
O Live or Let Me Die, Romance in the opera Dinorah or The Pilmrimage to Ploermel Words and music -H F Chorley and G Meyerbeer, 
O Lord Have Mercy Upon Me - Song Confitebor, composed by Pergolesi, arranged by Edwin I Nielson, 
O Lord Thou Hast Searched Me Out, from the sacred cantata "The Woman of Samaria", Air sung by Madame Dolby Words and music - W Sterndale Bennett, 
O Lord vouchsafe in mercy. Being the collect for first Sundat after ipiphany from the collects in verse. John Barnett, 
O Love Thourt Like A Reed Bent Low . W&M: H Farmer, 
O lovely peace, No.113 of Novellos collection of the favourite songs, duets, trios, quartetts & choruses composed by Handel, Haydn & Mozart with an accompaniment by Vincent Novello., 
O Loving Heart Trust On Words and music - Henry C Watson and L M Gottschalk, 
O Luce di Quest Anima, cavatina in the opera of Linda di Chamouni by Donizetti., 
O Lullaby My Baby Words and music - R Ferber, 
O ma lyre immortelle (O my harp immortal), with French & English words, by Emile Augier, Joseph Goddard & Ch. Gounod, 
O Ma Maitresse. French words only Words and music - Lalla Rookh and Felicien David, 
O Maris Stella (Star of the Sea) - A neapolitan fishers' Song - In the key of D major for low voice M Piccolomini , 
O Maris Stella (Star of the Sea) - A neapolitan fishers' Song - In the key of F major for medium voice M Piccolomini , 
O Maris Stella (Star of the Sea) - A neapolitan fishers' Song - In the key of G major for high voice M Piccolomini , 
O Mio Fernando (O My Fernando) from "La Favorita" - English and Italian words Claude Aveling and G Donizetti, 
O My Luve is like the Red Red Rose. Also contains My True Love hath my Heart Words and music - Burns and A. Herbert Brewer, 
O Nanny wilt thou gang with me - Old Scots Ballad T Carter, 
O Nanny wilt thou gang with me, for violin, W&M. T Carter,, 
O Paradise! O Paradise - Popular Hymn F W Faber, Arr. Jules Favre, 
O Play That Air Again - Ballad - Special Edition F. Thomas and E. Reddrop, 
O Rank! Thou Hast Thy Shackles . W&M: J R Planche, W V Wallace, 
O Rest in the Lord Sacred Song and Heavenward March Celeste -Newnes' Musical Library No. 16 Mendelssohn and Vilbre, 
O Rest In The Lord - Aria from Elijah - Key of F major for high voice - The Hanover Edition Mendelssohn, 
O rest in the Lord, Oratorio of Elijah Part 2 No.31 by Mendelssohn & W Bartholomew., 
O Rest In The Lord, Sacred Song from Elijah - Key of C major for Low Voice Words adapted by W. Bartholomew, music by Mendelssohn, 
O Rest In The Lord, Sacred Song from Elijah - Key of D major Words adapted by W. Bartholomew, music by Mendelssohn, 
O Rest In The Lord, Sacred Song from Elijah - Key of E flat major Words adapted by W. Bartholomew, music by Mendelssohn, 
O Rosa delle Rose O Rosa Bella, No.23 Alcuni Canti Popolari Toscani, Napolitani e Romani ossia Canti Della Collina by L Gordigiani, , 
O ruddier than the cherry Words and music - Anonymous, 
O Ruddier than the Cherry - Song for Bass or Baritone from Acis and Galatea - Paxton No. 334 Handel, 
O Ruddier Than the Cherry, from Acis and Galatea. Song for Bass Voice Words and music - G F Handel, 
O Sing unto my roundelay Words and music - Chatterton and Stephen Paxton, 
O Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me - from "Semele" for Soprano voice Handel, 
O Song Divine - Song in the key of C major low voice Arthur St. Ives and Gordon Temple, 
O Song Divine - Song in the key of D major for lower voice Arthur St. Ives and Gordon Temple, 
O Song Divine - Song in the key of E flat major for medium voice Arthur St. Ives and Gordon Temple, 
O Stay with Me, Gems of German Song Book 13 No6, W&M. C Voss,, 
O Sunny Beam (An Den Sonnenschein) Words and music - B Schuman, 
O Swallow swallow - Song - With Violoncello ar Violin Obbligato -Key of E flat major Tennyson and Alfred Piatti, 
O Take Me Back To Switzerland - Song Unknown, 
O Tell me Shall My Love be Mine - Song John Ellison and Henry Smart, 
O tender shadow (Ombra Leggiera) - air in the opera of Dinorah or Le pardon de Ploermel, The Amateurs Edition, Meyerbeer, English adaptation by H F Chorley, 
O Thank Me Not. O Danke Nicht. With German and English words Words and music - Edward Harper, W Muller and Albert Mallinson, 
O theres a Mountain Palm, sung by Miss Love in the Historical Drama of Cortez or the Conquest of Mexico at the Theatre Royal, Convent Garden Henry R Bishop, 
O Thou Pale Orb, That Silent Shines . W&M: E Silas, 
O Trill Again Sweet Nightingale Words and music - W Egerton, W F Taylor, 
O Warbling Birds (O Bitt Euch Liebe Vogelein) - With English and German words - Paxton edition No. 373 Gumbert, 
O Who Will Oer The Downs So Free? R L Pearsall, 
O Ye Tears! O Ye Tears! - For Piano and Voice Dr Mackay and Franz Abt, 
O! Lady Fair. Glee for 3 Voices with Piano accompaniment. The Standard Glee Book. A Choice Collection of the best standard Glees, Trios, Quartets, Catches, Rounds, Canons by the most eminent composers By Thomas Moore, 
O! Paradise, O! Paradise . W&M: Rev. F Faber D.D., 
O'er The Tranquil Deep - As sung by Mr Balfe in the Opera of Farinelli performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane C.Z. Barnett and John Barnett, 
O, Giver of Mercies (prayer) - With Violin or Organ Accompaniment Ad Lib - No.1 in D Frank Milton, 
Obstination - Song with French and English words H de Fontenailles and F Coppee, English words by Constance Bache, 
Occupations Words and music - F W Venton and Arthur Lennard, 
Ocean, a descriptive scene Words and music - Roel and J Hatton, 
Ochone, When I Used to be Young, song from "Shamus O'Brien" Words and music - George H Jessop and Charles Villiers Stanford, 
Odds and Ends, Quadrille on celebrated themes, W&M. H S Roberts, , 
Oe'r the Water to Charlie, from Wilson's Edition of "The Songs of Scotland", as Sung by him. Dedicated by permission to the Queen Words and music - Wilson, 
Oer the Hill Oer the Dale, duet for two female voices, W&M. Stephen Glover,, 
Oer The Hills Of Normandie Words and music - H L Darcy Jaxone and P De Faye, 
Of A the Airts the Win can Blaw Words and music - Finlay Dunn and John Thomson, 
Of A' The Airts the Wind can Blaw - The Favourite Scotch ballad arranged for the Pianoforte - New Edtion with Tonic Sol-Fa Edward J. Loder, 
Of what are you thinking Jenny? - Sung by Miss Birch Anon, 
Of What is The Old Man Thinking. Ballad Words and music - T Haynes Bayly and J P Knight, 
Off to Philadelphia - Arranged and Sung by Mr Plunkett Greene Stephen Temple and Battison Haynes, 
Off to Philadelphia - Arranged and Sung by Mr Plunkett Greene - Key of C major for lower voice Stephen Temple and Battison Haynes, 
Off to Philadelphia - Arranged and Sung by Mr Plunkett Greene - Key of D major for higher voice Stephen Temple and Battison Haynes, 
Off to the Derby - Comic Song - Paxton edition No. 410 Arranged by W. Wilson, 
Off To The Rio Grande. Nautical Song Words and music - Godfrey Marks, 
Oft in the Stilly Night - Popular English Song - Howard & Co Edition No. 77 Sir John Stevenson & Thomas Moore, 
Oft in the Stilly Night. From Moores Irish Melodies - The Symphonies & Accompaniment By Moore. Arranged by Sir J Stevenson, 
Oh Charming May Henry Farmer, 
Oh Charming May - Ballad from the comedietta "The Man Trap" P Henry Hatch and G Herbert Rodwell, 
Oh Charming May - Cavatina - Sung by all the leading vocalists P. Henry Hatch Esqr. and G. Herbert Rodwell, 
Oh Come to Me when Day Light Sets, from a selection of National Airs, arranged for two voices, W&M. Thomas Moore, Arr. Sir John Stevenson, , 
Oh Come to Me When Daylight Sets - Arranged with Symphonies and Accompaniments Thomas Moore Esq. and Sir John Stevenson, 
Oh Come to the Woods Words and music - W Watt and Oliver Lovett, 
Oh Dear! Oh Dear! . W&M: R Planquette, H B Farnie., 
Oh Deem not that I love her less - Ballad partly selected from a French Melody - As sung by Mr Phillips - Dedicated to Lady Palmer Ackland Thomas Haynes Bayly Esq. , 
Oh Dem golden Slippers . W&M: J A Bland, 
Oh Dites Lui (L Ultimo Rimpovero), Romance Words and music - Adolphe Larmande and L Kotschoubey, 
Oh Do Not Look So Bright and Blest - Song T. Moore Esq. and M. W. Balfe, 
Oh Fairest Italy (Santa Lucia) - Barcarola T. Cottrau and Mrs J. Boucher, 
Oh Farewell (The Fra Poco From Lucia Di Lammermoor) Words and music - G Donizetti, 
Oh Firm as oak and free from care, sung by Mr Ransford in the comic opera Englishmen in India by Henry R Bishop., 
Oh Gently Breathe the Tender Sigh - As sung by Christy Minstrels - Paxton edition No. 165 J. R. Thomas, 
Oh Gently Breathe The Tender Sigh - Solo & Chorus as sung by the Chisty Minstrels - Paxton edition no. 165 J. R. Thomas, 
Oh Gently Breathe the Tender Sigh - Solo & Chorus for S.A.T.B and Piano - As sung by the Christy Minstrels - Paxton edition no. 165 J. R. Thomas, 
Oh Gently Breathe: Christy Minstrels Words and music - J R Thomas, 
Oh Give Me A Home If In Foreign Land Words and music - M Pike, L Crosby, 
Oh Haste ye Birds (O Bitt Euch Liebe Vogelein), No1 Soprano in G flat Words and music - Gumbert, 
Oh Honey My Honey - Plantation Song from "Little Christopher Columbus" in the key of E flat major G R Sims, C Raleigh and Ivan Caryll, 
Oh Honey My Honey - Plantation Song from "Little Christopher Columbus" in the key of F major G R Sims, C Raleigh and Ivan Caryll, 
Oh How could ye gang Lassie, ballad sung by Mr Wilson, composed by W G Graham & J Henry Griesbach., 
Oh How Delightful . W&M: J Molloy, A Sketchley, 
Oh How I Love Thee - From the light Romantic Opera Cigarette - In the key of E flat major Warham St Leger and J Haydn PArry, 
Oh if really Fair Maiden, a ballad from the musical drama My Own Lover Words and music - J Tho G Rodwell and G Herbert Rodwell, 
Oh Joyous Spring Words and music - Edward J Gill and Johann Strauss, arranged by J T Craven, 
Oh Mashonaland. From The New Barmaid F Bowyer, W E Sprange and J Crook, 
Oh Minstrel that Impressive strain, a canzonet with an accompaniment for the harp or pianoforte. Sung by Miss Williams of the Kings Concerts John Parry, 
Oh My How We Pose . W&M: Edward Harrigan, Dave Braham, 
Oh Papa Don't Go Out To Night or The Little Pleader - Song & Chorus as sung with enthusiastic applause by Sauel Capper Esq. - Musical Bouquet No. 5400 Florence Brightly and Dr. Peacock, 
Oh Promise Me Words and music - C Scott and R De Koven, 
Oh repentance Like The Morning: Canon from opera "King Charles II" . W&M: D Ryan, G A MacFarren, 
Oh Rest Thee Babe. Ballad Words and music - James Whitaker and Daniel Terry, 
Oh Say my Sister, sung (and accompanied on the cymbals) by Mrs H Johnstone at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, composed by Henry R Bishop., 
Oh Sing Again That Plaintive Lay . W&M: J Brown, F M Ward, 
Oh Summer Night - The Favorite Serenade sung by Mr. H Allan in the Opera of Don Pasquale. Sumg by Mr H R Allan Donizetti. Arranged by Williams Hutchins Callcott, 
Oh Summer Night - The Favourite Serenade in the Opera of Don Pasquale Donizetti arranged by William Hutchins Callcott, 
Oh Summer Night - The Favourite Serenade in the Opera of Don Pasquale Donizetti arranged by William Hutchins Callcott, 
Oh Sweet eyes so ardently, Pupillette, Collection Parisotti, Old Italian Airs with Italian and English words Words and music - A Falconieri, edited by A Parisotti, 
Oh Tell Me Pretty River - Ballad sung by Miss Dolby at Mr Jullien's Concerts Theatre Royal Drury Lane - Composed and Dedicated to Mrs Maidstone Smith Frank Mori, 
Oh that I Could Sweetly Slumber: from IL Trovatore By Verdi, George Linley, 
Oh That I Had The Wings of a Dove - Song Katharine M Chisholm Gooden and Anne Fricker, 
Oh That We Two Were Maying, Words and music - Charles Kingsley, Ch Gounod, 
Oh That We Two Were Maying. English words only Words and music - Charles Kingsley and Ethelbert Nevin, 
Oh That We Two Were Maying. German and English words Words and music - Ethelbert Nevin, 
Oh The Lake of Killarney, ballad sung by H Phillips, W&M. T Dibdin, H Phillips,, 
Oh the Merry Merry Days When We Were Young . W&M: A Law, R Paer, 
Oh Then dearest Ellen, a ballad, dedicated to Fanny Nickson, by John Stevenson & E Fitzsimons, , 
Oh there Are Memories . W&M: G A MacFarren. , 
Oh This Love Words and music - G P Morris and Henry Russell, 
Oh Weep not Mother, prize ballad, W&M. I W Hobbs,, 
Oh Were It But Only For Ever. English and German Words Words and music - E Teschemacher and Anton Rubinstein, 
Oh What An Alteration Words and music - Edfred Powel, 
Oh Whisper What Thou Feelest from "The Crown Diamonds" A Bunn, Brinley Richards, 
Oh Wilt Thou Be My Bride Kathleen Words and music - M Lemon and F Romer, 
Oh Would I Were a Bird . W&M: C Blamphin, 
Oh Would I Were A Village Girl. From the operetta The Rival Beauties Words and music - J P Wooler Esq and Alberto Randegger, 
Oh Would she but name the day, sung by Mr St Albyn in the romantic opera Satanella ot The Power of Love, composed by E Falconer & M W Balfe., 
Oh Years Oh Years Words and music - Dr Mackay and Franz Abt, 
Oh Yes Thourt Rememberd, a ballad Words and music - George Linley and Foley Hall, 
Oh! am I then remembered still? - Dedicated to Lady John Somerset Mifs Maria Wright Hawker, 
Oh! Beware! . W&M: H B Farnie, R Planquette, 
Oh! Had I But Aladdins Lamp Charles Swain and W. H. Montgomery, 
Oh! If I had some one to love me . W&M: J Clark, F Buckley, 
Oh! Isis and Osiris Guide Them - Song Mozart, 
Oh! Ma Charmante, romance in D flat Words and music - Victor Hugo and Arthur S Sullivan, 
Oh! never heed my mother dear (The Grecian Daughter) - Ballad - Composed and Dedicated to Lady Emily Gray - For Piano and Voice Joseph Philip Knight and Thomas Haynes Bayly, 
Oh! No - We Never Mention Her - SongSung by Me H. Phillips, Mr. Millar, Miss Love and Miss Stephens H R Bishop, T H Bayly, 
Oh! Oh! Hear the wild wind blow - Italian Boatmans song - Key of D major for low voice Tito Mattei and Madame Foli, 
Oh! Steer My Bark to Erin's Isle - The Celebrated Irish Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 281 Traditional Irish, 
Oh! Steer My Bark to Erins Isle - Ballad Thomas Haynes Bayly, arranged and partly composed by S. Nelson, 
Oh! Tell Me Pretty River - The Charming Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 8517 Frank Mori, 
Oh! That Yankiana Rag - As introduced in Florence Ziegfield Jr's latest musical entertainment "Miss Innocence" with Anna Held - For Piano and Voice E. Ray Goetz and Melville J. Gideon, 
Oh! The Lone Starry Hours - Favorite Negro Ballad - Musical Boquuet No. 86 Negro Songs series C. Hicks, 
Oh! The Merry Days - A Ballad Inscribed to Lady Whitmore C.S.W., 
Oh! Time Hath Laid His Hand at Last - Song Written and Composed by A. Lady, 
Oh! were it mine thy Web of fate to Weave - Song with Piano accompaniment Miss F. Cogdon and George Price, 
Oh! What a Charm tis to Dwell - Ballad - Sung by Madame Anna Bishop in the Grand Opera of "The Maid of Artois" - Performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane Alfred Bunn Esq. and M. W. Balfe, 
Oh! When Doom'd From Her To Part - No. 2 Vocal gems of Anna Bolena - Arranged for Paino Forte by S. Nelson Written by Walter Maurice, Composed by Donizetti, 
Oh! When Wilt Thou Come to me - Sacred Song Dedicated to Lady James Poetry from "Lyra Anglicana", Composed by Miss M. Lindsay, 
Oh! Where are the Friends of my Childhood. Christy's Minstrels New Song Words and music - Henry White, arranged by J Kingdom, 
Oh! Where Do Fairies Hide Their Heads, or When Green Leaves Come Again Words and music - T H Bayly and Sir H R Bishop, 
Oh! Where's My Girl . W&M: R Planquette, H B Farnie, 
Oh! Would i were with Annie - Newly arranged with Characteristic words to celebrated American Air "Dixey's Land" American Air, 
Oh, Gently Breathe - Song & Chorus for S.A.T.B. and Piano - Musical Bouquet No. 1676 - As sung by Buckley's Serenaders & Christy's Minstrels J. R. Thomas, 
Oh, Mignonette . W&M: W Charles, 
Oh, Promise Me! - Song Romanza - In the key of F major Clement Scott & Reginald de Koven, 
Oh, the joyous happy time, da quel di, Romance in Martha Flotow, 
Oh, touch those Chords again - Solo or Duet - Hart and Co. edition No. 340 Unknown, 
Old American Songs - Second Set Aaron Copland, 
Old And New. Vocal Gavotte Words and music - Theo Bonheur and C Clifton Bingham, 
Old Chelsea March, Carl Mahler,, 
Old Chums. Fire Brigade Song Words and music - F V St Clair, 
Old Dog Tray Polka . W&M: W H Montgomery, 
Old Dog Tray, No. 12 of Popular Melodies sung by Christy's Minstrels Traditional arrangement, 
Old Drummer Boy - Key of G major for low voice Clifton Bingham & S. Lewen Whyman, 
Old England's a Lion . W&M: Shield, 
Old England, The Queen and the Church - For Three Voices (A.T.B) with Pianoforte Accompaniment - The Musical Treasury No. 569
Old English Melodies - For Voice and Piano Various composers, arranged by H. Lane Wilson, 
Old English Songs - 5th Series Various composers, revised by Osborne Denton, 
Old Folks at Home . W&M: F Galpin., 
Old Folks at Home - Solo & Chorus as sung by The Christy Minstrels - With Tonic Sol-Fa - Paxton edition No. 147 William Edis, 
Old Folks at Home, .Arr: G H Trehearne, 
Old Folks at Home, No.13 of popular melodies sung by Christys Minstrels Words and music - G Christie, 
Old Friends - Key of E flat for low voice Clifton Bingham & Ernest Newton, 
Old Friends - Key of F Major for high voice Clifton Bingham & Ernest Newton, 
Old Friends at Home, sung by Madame Anne Thillon & Miss Dolby, W&M. George Linley, , 
Old Heidelberg, Op34 Words and music - Adolf Jensen, English words by Edward Oxenford, 
Old Heidelberg. Alt Heidelberg du Feine Words and music - Adolf Jensen and Edward Oxenford, 
Old High Rock - Arranged as a Song or Quartete- Songs of The Hutchinson Family No. 4 Arranged for the Pianoforte by Edward L. White, Poetry By Jesse Hutchinson Jr., 
Old Kensington - Ballad - no. 2 in key of G major - For Piano and Voice Walter Phillips and Cotsford Dick, 
Old King Cole . W&M: Dr A S Holloway., 
Old King Time - A Ballad - No. 182 of the Musical Treasury Eliza Cook & Henry Russell, 
Old Lace, No. 2 in E flat Words and music - Hugh Conway and J L Molloy, 
Old Man, Old Man, Thy Locks are Grey - Ballad - For Piano and Voice Stephen Glover, 
Old Mike & The Exciseman - Comic Song - Paxton edition No. 372 Reuben Tetlow, 
Old Sexton, . W&M: H Russell, 
Old Timber Toes - Ballad - No. 2 in Key of E - Dedicated to Mrs Santley F. E. Weatherly and Cecil Tovey, 
Old Times Memories Words and music - H Elliott Lath, 
Old Towler - Hunting Song - Newly Arranged with an accompaniment for Cornet - Paxton edition No. 980 Shield, 
Old Tubal Cain Words and music - Charles Mackay & Henry Russell, 
Old Whitehall Words and music - Wilfrid Mills and Ernest Birch, 
Ole Dan Tucker - Nigger Melody as performed by The Ethiopian Serenaders Albert Keller, 
Olga, or Princess Waltz . W&M: Jullien, 
Olivet To Calvary. A Sacred Cantata. For two voices tenor and baritone and interspersed with Hymns to be sung by the congregation Words and music - Shapcott Wensley and J H Maunder, 
Olivia, No. 2 in G Words and music - Cotsford Dick, 
Ombra Leggiera - Aria - from the Opera "Dinorah" - Ket of B Flat G. Meyerbeer, 
Ombra Mai Fu - From the Opera "Serse" G F Handel, Edited by Edgardo Levi, 
On a Bright Summer Morning - Song Robert Newcombe, 
On Billow Rocking Words and music - R Planquette, H B Farnie, 
On board! On board! For see the moon - Barcarole W. H. Bellamy esq. and J. Barnett, 
On Comrades On. Marches For The Schoolroom Words and music - Alexander Melville and James Booth, 
On Mighty Pens From The Creation Words and music - J Haydn, 
On Nights Pale Brow . W&M: W H Bellamy, F C Desanges., 
On on My Barque Words and music - Gilbert Byass, 
On Principle - Humorous Song Nelson Jackson, 
On The "Nancy Lee" Bert Lee and Reg Low, 
On the Banks of Allan Water, old English Ballad C Horn, 
On the Banks of Guadalquiver - In D - Ballad sung by Madame Anna Bishop in the opera "Loretta" as performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane Alfred Bunn Esq. and L. Lavenu, 
On the Bonnie Banks O Loch Lomon Arranged by T B , 
On The Deep Blue Sea Words and music - Clifton Bingham and W H Jude, 
On The Fiord - For Piano Edwin M Lott, 
On the Lake (Auf dem see) Op59 No.2, J Brahms favourite songs with English and German words Words and music - J Brahms, C Simrock and James Harvey, 
On the Ling Ho! (Ingrids Lied) - Song in the key of E flat major T. Marzials and Halfdan Kjerulf , 
On the March, Bass or Baritone Song Words and music - J Anthony Mc Donald and Charles E Tinney , 
On the River Bank we Stood - Solo & Chorus - As sung by The Christy Minstrels - Paxton edition no. 574 Roselinda & Thomas S. Collier, 
On the rolling wave Words and music - Godfrey Marks, 
On Wings of Music, , Opus 34, No. 32 of "The Only Complete and Uniform Edition of Mendelssohn's Songs" English and German words Mendelssohn, 
On With the Motley - Ario Vesti La Giubba (Canio) - from "Pagliacci" - Key of D Minor for Low Voice R Leoncavallo, 
On With the Motley - Ario Vesti La Giubba (Canio) - from "Pagliacci" - Key of E minor for High Voice R Leoncavallo, 
On y Revient Toujours - The Student Song from the Comedy ("An Artist's Model") Words by Harry Greenbank, Music by Sidney Jones, 
On, Stanley, On! . W&M: B Webber, W Slaughter, 
Onaway Awake Beloved - From Cantata "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast", Op. 30 Longfellow and S. Coleridge Taylor, 
Onaway Awake Beloved - From Cantata "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast", Op. 30 - Key of D flat for low voice Longfellow and S. Coleridge Taylor, 
Onaway, Awake, Beloved! - From 'Hiawatha' - Key of B major for Low voice Longfellow and F. H. Cowen, 
Onaway, Awake, Beloved! - From Hiawatha - Key of C major Longfellow and F. H. Cowen, 
Onaway, Awake, Beloved! - From Hiawatha - Key of D major Longfellow and F. H. Cowen, 
Onaway, Awake, Beloved! - From Hiawatha - Key of E major for High voice Longfellow and F. H. Cowen, 
Once - Song - Sung by Miss Florence St. John and Mr. Lawrence Kellie Mrs. Hume Webster and Arthur Hervey, 
Once - Song in E flat Major for Middle Voice - Sung by Miss Florence St. John and Mr. Lawrence Kellie - With Cello Obbligato Mrs. Arthur Hervey and Arthur Hervey, 
Once Again - Song in the key of D major for Low voice - Composed for Mr. Sims Reeves Lionel Lewin & Arthur Sullivan, 
Once and for Eveer - Song - For Piano and Voice - Dedicated to the 26th of July 1884 G. Clifton Bingham and Isidore de Lara, 
Once and Only Once! - Song - No. 2 in key of F major - For Piano and Voice - Dedicated to Mrs Ronalds Cotsford Dick, 
Once At The Angelus Words and music - Austinn Dobson and Arthur Somervell, 
Once I Knew a Poor Young Child ( Je Connais un Pauvre enfant) - No. 3 from Mignon Opera en Trois Actes Ambroise Thomas, 
Once More Dear Annie I return . W&M: Anthony Nish, 
Once Upon a Time. Recitation from Her Royal Highness Words and music - Basil Hood and Walter Slaughter, 
Ondine. W&M: S Heller., 
One Bumper at Parting - From Moore's Irish Melodies - New Edition revised - Paxton edition no. 78 Sir J. Stevenson, 
One Fine Day ( Un bel di Vedremo) from Madam Butterfly - English and Italian words - Key of E flat major for low voice Giacomo Puccini with English Translation by R Elkin, 
One Fleeting Hour - Song - For extra low voice Karl Fuhrmann and Dorothy Lee, 
One Fleeting Hour - Song - For low voice Karl Fuhrmann and Dorothy Lee, 
One Fleeting Hour - Song - For Medium Voice Karl Fuhrmann and Dorothy Lee, 
One Golden Hour Words and music - Gilbert A Beckett and Vivian Bligh, 
One Hour With Thee. Prince Charles Song. In the tale of Woodstock Words and music - R A Smith, 
One Hundred Folksongs of All Nations - For Medium Voice (with piano accompaniment) - The Musicians Library Edition Various composers, edited by Granville Bantock, 
One In Heart . W&M: W Parke, W A Slaughter, 
One More - Song - In the key of D major for Low voice Lord Henry Somerset, 
One More - Song - In the key of F major for High voice Lord Henry Somerset, 
One Morn the Maiden South the Mill - Old English Ditty - In A Major for Low Voice - Sung by Mrs. Mary Davies John Oxenford and G. A. Macfarren, 
One Morning ,Oh! So Early - Song in the key of D flat major for medium voice Jean Ingelow and J Michael Diack, 
One Morning ,Oh! So Early - Song in the key of E flat major for high voice Jean Ingelow and J Michael Diack, 
One Morning Oh so Early - Song in the key of A flat major for low voice Jean Ingelow and Alfred Scott Gatty, 
One Night all Lonely Lying, Duet from Richard Coeur de Lion, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden by Messrs Harrison & Travers. W&M. Gretry,, 
One of these days - Song - No. 3 in key of G major - For Piano and Voice - Dedicated to Mrs F. J. Fargus Hugh Conway and Milton Wellings, 
One Smile One Word - Song - For Piano and Voice Henry S. Leigh and Ciro Pinsuti, 
One Spring Morning Words and music - Ethelbert Nevin and Percy Pinkerton, 
One Thing I Have Desired of the Lord - Solo Anthem and Chorus - From the 27th Psalm Wm. Gardiner, 
One Touch of Nature Makes The Whole World Kin Words and music - F McGlennon, 
One Turn More . W&M: W H Lucas, 
One Wish For Thee Words and music - G Curtis and W T Wrighton, 
Only a dear little Star - Song & Chorus - Paxton edition no. 632 Paul Dresser, 
Only a Dream!, dramatic sketch Harry Talbot and Charles Barrington. Arranged by Ezra Read, 
Only A Flower Words and music - Nella and Fanny Puzzy, 
Only A L:eaf Words and music - T B Fayme, 
Only A Pansy Blossom . W&M: F Howard., 
Only a Picture - Song - Paxton No. 749 Julian Holmes & Henry F. Smith, 
Only a Rose - Song Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart, 
Only A Sergeant - In the Key of C major for Low Voice A. Valdemar and Geo. Fred. Horan, 
Only A Song Words and music - Brunella and Isidore De Lara, 
Only a sweet little letter, as sung by the Christy Minstrels, composed by Frank Collins., 
Only a Tangle of Golden Curls - Paxton edition no. 984 Chas. K. Harris, 
Only An Ivy Leaf Words and music - D Wood, 
Only an Ivy leaf D. Wood arranged by T. S. Gleadhill, 
Only an Orange Girl . W&M: R Planquette, H B Farnie., 
Only Come Words and music - R Reece and B Tours, 
Only Just A Story - Song in the key of F major for medium voice Edward Oxenford and Arnold Beresford, 
Only Just A Story - Song in the key of G major for high voice Edward Oxenford and Arnold Beresford, 
Only Once More Words and music - F Moir, H Jaxone, 
Only Then Words and music - G W Southey and Theo Bonheur, 
Only Tired Words and music - C A White, 
Only Tired (My own Song) - Sacred Song C A White, 
Only Tired, No. 24 of Theo Bonheur's Kindergarten Series Arranged by Theo Bonheur, 
Only to Know . W&M: A Plumpton, Rea., 
Only to say Good Bye Words and music - Walter Travers and Oscar Verne , 
Only to see her face again - Ballad - Sung by the Christy Minstrels - Howard & Co edition No. 556 James E. Stewart, 
Only to See Her Face Again - Song & Chorus with Pianoforte accompaniment - Musical Bouquet Edition No. 6729 - Dedicated and Sung by Louis L. Brown Haverleys Coloured Minstrels James E. Stewart, 
Only to see her face again. Ballad Words and music - James E Stewart, 
Only we two Words and music - Alma Troon and John Morrow, 
Onward and Homeward . W&M: S Glover, Aquila., 
Onward Christian Soldiers - Sacred Song in the key of G major W H Jude and Rev S Baring Gould, 
Onward Christian Soldiers - Sacred Song arranged easily with variations for piano Leonard Gautier, 
Oonts No. 5 of the Third Series of Barrack-Room Ballads - Op. 29 Rudyard Kipling and Gerard F. Cobb, 
Open Thy Blue Eyes Words and music - P Robiquet and J Massenet, 
Operatic Album (Baritone) - Ricordi's Universal Library Book 13 - With Original Text and English Translation Mozart, Wagner, Ponchielli, Rossini and Verdi, 
Operatic Album (Bass) - Ricordi's Universal Library Book 14 - With Original Text and English Translation Bellini, Halevy, Puccini, Verdi and Gounod, 
Operatic Album (Contralto No.1) with original text and English Translation, Book II, composed by Verdi, Handel, Ponchielle, Donizetti & Gluck., 
Operatic Album (Mezzo-Soprano No. 2) - Ricordi's Universal Library Book 20 - With Original Text and English Translation Mozart, Gounod, Donizetti, Handel, Verdi and Weber, 
Operatic Album (soprano) - Ricordis Universal Library Book 9 Verdi , Wagner , Mascagni, Puccini and Mozart , 
Operatic Album (Tenor No.1) with original text and English translations - Ricordis Universal Library Book 12
Operatic Creations No5, Favourite Melodies Selected from the Works of Bellini, W&M. Bellini, Trans. Michael Watson, , 
Operatic Gems - Ruby's Album Series No. 7 Albert H. Oswald, 
Operatic Melodies for Violin and Piano (First Selection) - The Marlborough Music Books Series No. 57 S. J. Arnold and John Braham, 
Ophelias Song - Dedicated to Miss Ellen Terry Lionel H Borwicke and Anton Strelezki, 
Ora Pro Nobis (Pray for us) - Song in the key of D major for medium voice - Compass E to F A Horspool and M Piccolomini, 
Ora Pro Nobis - Song in the key of B flat major for low voice - Compass B to D A Horspool and M Piccolomini, 
Ora Pro Nobis - Song in the key of C major for medium voice - Compass C to E A Horspool and M Piccolomini, 
Ora Pro Nobis - Song in the key of D major for high voice - Compass E to F A Horspool and M Piccolomini, 
Oratorio "The Creation" in Vocal Score - With a seperate accompaniment for the Organ or Piano Forte Haydn arranged by Vincent Novello, 
Ore Musicali, romanza Francesca Florima, 
Oriana by Tennyson ., 
Oriana Words and music - Alfred Tennyson and J F Duggan, 
Original Compositions. W&M: E Chamberlayne., 
Orpheus - From Five Elizabethan Songs with Piano Series - For Medium Voice John Fletcher and Ivor Gurney, 
Orpheus With His Lute - Dedicated to Miss Louisa Crampton - Song in the key of G major Shakespeare and Arthur Sullivan, 
Orsborn & Co.'s Dance Album No. 1 - Piano Solos Various Composers, 
Osborne Quadrilles, composed in honor of the birthday of HRH The Princess Royal, W&M. Stehen Glover,, 
Osborne Quadrilles, composed in honour of the Birth Day of HRH The Princess Royal, W&M. Stephen Glover, , 
Osterreichs Klange, valse, Reminiscences of Austria, W&M. Moritz Wurm, , 
Our 'Armonic Club - A 'Umorous Song - Key of C Minor - Sung with Great success by Mr Albert Chevalier in "Aladdin" at the Strand Theatre also by Mr Charles Coborn Albert Chevalier, 
Our Army . W&M: A G Fowles., 
Our Army and Navy (or the Red and the Blue) by Astley H Baldwin & Michael Watson., 
Our Captain . W&M: W Hutchison, E Oxenford, 
Our Empress Queen - Vocal Waltz - Graciously received and acknowledged by Her Majesty The Queen Joseph Morris & Edward C. Doughty, 
Our Fairy Queen (Sunshine) Words and music - Anton Chandon, 
Our Father's Love - Sacred Song Miss L. Flintoff & S. A. Hayes, 
Our Hands Have Met . W&M: W V Wallace, T Hood, 
Our Hands Have met but Not our Hearts (The False Friend) - Howard and Co. edition No. 714 Tom Hood and W. V. Wallace, 
Our Hearts are not our own to give - Ballad sung by Miss Rebecca Isaacs in the Romantic Oper "Satanella" or "The Power of Love! - Key of C major - For Piano and Voice E. Falconer and M. W. Balfe, 
Our Jacks Come Home Today Words and music - W J Devers, 
Our King and Queen - Vocal Waltz - Coronation Edition Edward C. Doughty, 
Our Lad's Come Home Today . W&M: T H King, W J Devers, 
Our Lady of the Sea (Le nom de marie), No2 soprano or tenor, W&M. H Farnie, C Gounod, , 
Our Last Waltz - In the key of B flat major F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
Our Last Waltz - No. 3 in key of D flat F. E. Weatherly and J. L. Molloy, 
Our Little Craft - Song - In the key of D major - Compass D to E Marlow & Henri Stanislaus, 
Our native Song - A National Refrain Mr H Russell, 
Our Old Village H.M. Burnaby and T.C. Sterndale Bennett, 
Our Rifles are Ready - Look Out . W&M: M F Tupper, G A MacFarren, 
Our Sonnys Plaint Words and music - Sydney Eussell, 
Our Tale is Told A Sullivan and B Hood, 
Our Union Jack - The National Song sung throughout the British Empire - The Albion Edition No. 61 A. Hobson and David Davidson, 
Out in the Bay Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Theo Bonheur, 
Out in the Cold - A Beautiful Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 4493 - For Piano and Voice - Sung by the St. James's Hall Christy's Minstrels J. S. Adams Esq., 
Out in the Snowdrift . W&M: Horace Livermore, 
Out on the Deep - Song - In the key of A major for lower voice - As sung by Signor Foli Frederick N Lohr & Samuel K Cowan, 
Out on the Deep - Song - In the key of B flat major for high voice - As sung by Signor Foli Frederick N Lohr & Samuel K Cowan, 
Out on The Deep - Song - In the Key of G Major for Low Voice Samuel K.Cowan & Frederic N.Lohr, 
Outlaw Words and music - H C Schiller, E J Loder, 
Ouvre tes yeux bleus by P Robiquet & J Massenet., 
Ouvre tes yeux bleus - No. 1 Paul Robiquet, J Massenet, 
Ouvre ton coeur, bolero, chante dans "Carmen", No1 Mezzo soprano or Baritone, W&M. Georges Bizet, Louis Delatre,, 
Over Hill, Over Dale Words and music - T Cooke and Shakespeare, 
Over the Billows Afar - Nautical Song - As sung by the Moore & Burgess Minstrels - Musical Bouquet No. 7056 G. F. Sargeant and Chas. E. Pratt, 
Over The Mountain, W&M: Felix Mendelssohn,, 
Over The Mountain, Over The Sea Words and music - S Glover, 
Over the Rolling Sea Words and music - E Reyloff, 
Over the Snow (Russian Bridal Song) - No. 1 in B flat major for Low voice Southwell Alvey and Stanley Rivers, 
Over the Snow (Russian Bridal Song) - No. 2 in C major for Medium voice Southwell Alvey and Stanley Rivers, 
Over the Snow (Russian Bridal Song) - No. 3 in F major for High voice Southwell Alvey and Stanley Rivers, 
Over the Summer Sea, barcarolle sung by Mario in "Rigoletto", W&M. Verdi,, 
Over the valley Over the level, Hunting song by Ethel Harraden & the Honorary Secretary of the Cawnpore Tent Club., 
Overture to Gustavus, She reads the stars of heaven, Hail to our Monarch Words and music - Auber, French by E Scribe, English by T J Thackery, 
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