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19th century songs

There are 2191 songs beginning with the letter T, click on a title for further details:

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T Amo Words and music - Signor Fedor & P D Guglielmo, 
Ta-ra-ra-boom-der-e, the original American edition Henry J Sayers, 
Tahoe Waltz . W&M: E.T.Dana, 
Take A Little Tune - Lawrence Wright's Inspirations No. 1223 Percy Tarling and Lois Barker, 
Take a Pair of sparkling Eyes, from "The Gondoliers" - Key of E flat major for Medium Voice W S Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan, 
Take a Pair of sparkling Eyes, from "The Gondoliers" - Key of D flat for Low voice W S Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan, 
Take a Pair of sparkling Eyes, from "The Gondoliers" - Key of F major for High Voice W S Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan, 
Take back the Gems you gave me! - Popular Song for Mezzo-Soprano or Baritone - Musical Bouquet No. 7895 George Linley, 
Take Back The Heart . W&M: J A Wade, 
Take Back The Heart - Song dedicated to Mr Massingberd - In the key of F major for high voice Claribel and Mrs G R Gifford, 
Take Me Back to London Town, a patriotic song of the war Paul Dresser, 
Take This Cup of Sparkling Wine Words and music - W V Wallace, 
Take this message to my mother - Song with Chorus as sung by the Christy Minstrels Christy Minstrels, 
Talking with Jesus Music - Henry E. Anderson Words - Dr. Laseron, 
Tally Ho!, hunting song, W&M., G Stanhope, D Stephen,, 
Tally Ho, hunting song sung by Franklin Clive, composed by Alfred H Miles., 
Tarantella . W&M: W.R.Driffill, 
Tarantelle Brillante. Number 8 of Crystal Palace Piano Recitals Words and music - Sydney Smith, 
Tarantelle. Piano Solo in E minor, Op8. Illustrated by A Laby. Printed by Stannard and Son By Sydney Smith, 
Tatters - Song - In the key E flat major Gerald Lane, 
Tatters - Song - In the key E major Gerald Lane, 
Tatters - Song - In the original key D major for low voice Gerald Lane, 
Tatters - Song in the key of F major for High voice Gerald Lane, 
Tchernaya, valse, W&M. A Diran, , 
Te Deum Ladamus And Jubilate Deo, set to music in the key of D Words and music - Henry Purcell, edited by George C Martin, 
Te Deum Laudamus In D. In English Words and music - Henry Prucell, 
Te Deum, partitur, for choir and orchestra by G Verdi, arranged by Kurt Soldan., 
Te Deum. for 3 voices. Latin and English text Words and music - Hector Berlioz, 
Te Voglio Bene Assaie Words and music - A.Longo, 
Teach Me (Lord Take My Hand) - Song Katie M.Luck and Henri Lamarque, 
Teach me to Forget, sung by H Phillips, H R Bishop & T Haynes Bayly, , 
Tears Words and music - J F Innes Pocock and J Frederick Bridge, 
Tears - From Five Elizabethan Songs with Piano Series John Fletcher and Ivor Gurney, 
Tears Idle Tears - Song - No. 1 in D minor - Dedicated to and Sung by Mr William Shakespeare Lord Tennyson set to music by Arthur Somervell, 
Tears of Anguish - Canzonetta - Paxton Edition No. 371 G. Reichardt, 
Tears of Anguish - Canzonetta - Song G Reichardt, 
Tears of Memory - Il Balen del suo sorriso from Il Travatore, Italian Minstrelsy No.1, Composed by Verdi, arranged by Charles Churchill, 
Teasing - From the Successful Musical Comedy "The Catch of the Season" Cecil Mack and Albert von Tilzer, Vaudeville version by Chas. H Taylor, English Version Fred. W. Leigh, 
Tell Her I Love Her So - Song in Key of D major F. E. Weatherly and P. De Faye, 
Tell Her I'll Love Her . W&M: M Watson, 
Tell her Ill love her, W&M. W Shield, arranged by Edward J Loder, , 
Tell her, I love her so! - Song P De Faye & F E Weatherly, 
Tell Me Words and music - English words translated from the german by Theo Marzials, Halfdan Kjerulf, 
Tell Me Darling That You Love Me - Serenade and Chorus as sung by the Christy's Minstrels at St. James Hall - Musical Bouquet No. 5307 John P. Ordway, 
Tell Me How to Woo Thee, from Wilson's Edition of "The Songs of Scotland", as Sung by him. Dedicated by permission to the Queen Words and music - Graham of Gartmore, music by Mr Wilson, 
Tell Me My Heart Poetry and music by - T Morton and Sir H R Bishop, 
Tell me my heart - Song No. 5 of Chappell's revised edition of Sir Henry Bishop's Songs and Duets Sir H. R. Bishop, 
Tell me my Heart - The Popular Minstrel Song - Howard & Co edition No. 299 T. Morton & Sir H. R. Bishop, 
Tell Me Not Words and music - Dexter Smith and Carl Rosa, 
Tell me not in mournful numbers, dedicated to Gladstone by special permission, W&M.Longfellow, A Clifford,, 
Tell Me Sweet Zephyr - Ballad J. P. Douglas and Henry Smart, 
Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred Words and music - E Beck Slinn and Shakeapeare, 
Tell Me You Love Me Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Arnold Beresford, 
Tell me! - Song in key of A flat - Paxton Edition No. 1122 Charles Mackay and T. R. Ollerenshaw, 
Tell Me, Lovely Shepherd - from 'Solomon' - Key of D flat major for high voice Arranged by Elizabeth Poston, 
Tell Me, Mary, How to woo Thee Words and music - C A Hodson, 
Tell Me, Mary, How to Woo Thee, Popular English Ballard Arranged by J Wade, 
Tell me, my Heart - Song - Paxton Edition No. 127 Sir Henry R. Bishop, 
Tell Me, Pretty Maiden, I must love some one . W&M: L Stuart., 
Tell Me, Sweetheart - Song and Chorus - Paxton Edition No. 771 C. A. White, 
Tell Mother I'll Be There - Song Chas M Fillmore, 
Tell Them Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Paolo Tosti, 
Tema E Variazioni . W&M: W S Bennett, 
Tempo Di Giga . W&M: Geminiani, edited by W.F.Taylor, 
Ten Songs by Bellini from the Sonnambula with the original English Words and Piano Accompaniments. Booseys Musical Cabinet No. 31. Contains: All is Lost, Still So Gently Oer Me Stealing, Do Not Mingle Words and music - Bellini. Sounds So Joyful, As I View These Scenes So Charming, Maid, Those Bright Eyes, Oh! Love for Me Thy Power, While This Heart Its Joy Revealing, Yes, for Thee Times Power, Yes, I Love Her, 
Tender Foliage (Frondi Tenere) and No Sylvan Shade (Ombra mai fu) Words and music - Lady Macfarren and G F Handel, 
Teyrn Y Dydd! (Yr Haul) - Welsh Song for Baritone with Piano Accompaniment Edward Jenkins and John Henry, 
That Egyptian Lullaby - Vocal Fox-Trot - Wilford Ltd edition no. 83 Julian Wright and Milt R. Gindin, 
That Little Old Mother Of Mine Sydney Bland, 
That night I'll Ne'er Forget . W&M: R Planquette, H B Farnie., 
That's the Reason Why, Darling (Answer to 'Won't You Tell Me Why Robin') - Song dedicated to George Perren Esq. Blanche Barnard and Ernest Donajowski, 
Thats What Id Do Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Henry Pontet, 
The Dawning Light Words and music - Walter Robarts and Millward Hughes, 
The "Glory" Song (That Will be Glory for Me) C H Gabriel and R Graham Harvey, 
The 'Pick of the Bunch' for Baritones Various composers, 
The Absent Minded Beggar Words and music - Rudyard Kipling and Arthur Sullivan, 
The Admired Polka, . W&M: Fessy, 
The Advent Hymn - Lo-He Comes with Clouds Descending - Newly arranged for Voice and Piano Forte or Organ Unknown, 
The Albert Edward March, homage to H.R.H The Prince of Wales, W&M. Brinley Richards,, 
The Alderman's Thumb - Humorous Glee For Three Voices - With Piano Accompaniment Dr. Harington, 
The Alexandra Waltz, W&M. W Smallwood, , 
The Alhambra Polka, dedicated to William Brown, W&M. J W Walker, , 
The Almighty. With English and German Words Words and music - F Schubert, 
The Amateur Yachtsman, . W&M: C Grain, A Law, 
The Amina Waltzes on Airs from La Sonnambula, composed and respectfully dedicated to The Viscountels Ebrington Henri Laurent, 
The Amorous Goldfish Harry Greenbank and Sidney Jones, 
The Anchor's Weigh'd - Air in the Opera of "The Americans" sung by Mr Braham Mr Braham, 
The Anchor's Weighed - Celebrated ballad J Braham, 
The Anchor's Weighed - Popular song Music - Braham, 
The Anchors Weighd (The tear fell gently from her eye), Brahams admired songs as sung by Mr Sims Reeves, Words and music - J Braham, 
The Anchors Weighed - Popular song Brahm, 
The Anchors Weighed, Words and music - S J Arnold, Braham, 
The Ancient Mariner. Cantata - Vovcal Score for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass with Piano Accompaniment Samuel Taylor Coleridge & T Mee Pattison, 
The Ancient Mariner. Cantata composed expressly for the Birmingham triennial musical festival in 1867 Words and music - S T Coleridge and John Francis Barnett, 
The Angel and the Rose - Song Dedicated to Miss Fanny Lanham Alexander Rowland, 
The Angel Of Light Words and music - G Hubi Newcombe and M Piccolomini, 
The Angel Of Love Words and music - Arthur St Ives and Hamilton Gray, 
The Angels at the Casement, mezzo or baritone in A flat Words and music - William M Hutchison, 
The Angels of the house - Ballad E L Hime and J E Carpenter, 
The Angels' Call . W&M: G Braga, 
The Angelus Bells (With Violin Obbligato) Words and music - Mortimer Elliot and Victor Vienot, 
The Anglo-French March, and The Anglo-Belgian, W&M: E Kershaw., 
The Anti Cigarette Society - Song performed by Dan Daly in The Belle of New York Hugh Morton and Gustave Kerker, 
The Arab's Farewell to his Favourite Steed - Song in the key of G major with Pianoforte accompaniment The Hon. Mrs Norton and John Blockley, 
the Arabian Lover. An oriental love song Words and music - Dalton King and Hartwell Jones, 
The Arabs Troth, in F Words and music - John Muir and Thomas Hutchinson, 
The Arethusa Arranged by Edward J Loder, 
The Arethusa Words and music - Prince Hoare and Shield, 
The Arethusa, sung by Mr Santley & Mr Ransford, Adapted by Shield, arranged by Michael Watson, , 
The Armourer's Gift - Song - Key of B Flat Major for Low Voice Lindsay Lennox and Odoardo Barri, 
The Arrow and the Song - Song in the key of D major Longfellow & Ch. Gounod, 
The arrow and the song, part song SATB, No.15 The Choral Society collection of part songs, glees, choruses etc Words and music - Longfellow and James F Simpson, edited by Michael Watson, 
The Artistic Tenor - A Collection of Standard Ballads - Volume 1 - Featuring Enrico Caruso Various Composers, 
The Ash Grove, . W&M: J Skeaf, 
The Ash Grove: The Songs of Wales Edited and Arranged by: J Oxenford, B Richards., 
The Asra. Der Asra. English And German Words Words and music - Anonymous, 
The Assyrian (Baritone Song). W&M:J.C.Grieve., 
The Attack March, W&M. John Pridham, , 
The Autumn Schottische, . W&M: R Turner, 
The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington Traditional, Henry Miller., 
The Bailiffe's Daughter of Islington - The Popular Old English Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 2971 T. Westrop, 
The Bailiffs Daughter of Islington - Song in the key of E Flat major from Chappells Collection of "Popular Music Of the Olden Time" G A Macfarren, 
The Bailiffs Daughter of Islington - Song in the key of E Flat major from Chappells Collection of "Popular Music Of the Olden Time" G A Macfarren, 
The Bailiffs Daughter of Islington, W&M. John Blockley, Jules Favre, , 
The Bal or Tis a bra keenly lode, a descriptive Cornish ballad Words and music - William Bentinck Forfar, 
The Ballyslaughter Hydro - Humourous Song as sung by Nelson Jackson Frank Booth , 
The Balm of Gilead, . W&M: L M Thornton, J Guest, 
The Band Played On - From the Warner Bros production "The Strawberry Blonde" J F Palmer and Chas B Ward, 
The Bandolero, sung by Signor Foli Words and music - Leslie Stuart, 
The Banks of Allan Water - Ballad for piano solo Words by M C Lewis, Melody by the late Mrs Bland and adapted for piano by T B Phipps, 
The Banks of Allan Water, No. 39 of J B Cramer and Co.'s Revised Editions of Popular English Songs Words and music - edited by Henry Parker, 
The Banks of the Blue Mountain, a ballad, from the musical romance Skeleton Lover Words and music - Edward Fitz Ball and G Herbert Rodwell, 
The Banners Of Blue - A National Ballad - As Sung by Madame Vestris at The Theatre Royal Covent Garden - Fifth Edition Sidney Waller and G. F. Stansbury, 
The Barefooted Friar - As sung by Herr. Staudigl Sir Walter Scott & E. J. Loder, 
The Battle of Life - Song in the key of C major for Higher voice Lewis Novra and M Piccolomini, 
The Battle Prayer, W&M. Walter Maurice, Himmel,, 
The Bay of Biscay J Davey, C Dibden, 
The Bay of Biscay, sung by Mr Incledon, W&M. John Davy, , 
The Beating of My Own Heart - Song in the key of B flat major G A Macfarren and R M Milnes, 
The Bee and the Song - In the key of G major for lower voice - Sung by Mrs Mary Davies Frederic E Weatherly, 
The Beggar Maid Words and music - Joseph Barnby, 
The Beggar's Opera - Arranged for Voice and Pianoforte - Revised Edition J Gay - New Settings of the Airs and additional Music by Frederic Austin, 
The Beggars Dream Words and music - O Mitchell and G Asch, 
The Bel Demonio valse, W&M. W H Montgomery, , 
The Belfrey Quaint and Olden, W&M. Beatrice Grey, W T Wrighton, , 
The Bell Gavotte, . W&M: M Glanville, 
The Bell Piano Album - 10 Popular Pieces of the Day - Book 1 Various Composers, 
The Bell Piano Album - 10 Popular Pieces of the Day - Book 3 Various Composers, 
The Bell Ringer John Oxenford and W V Wallace, 
The Bell Ringer - Key of E major John Oxenford and W V Wallace, 
The Bells of Haslemere, song on the great Adelphi Drama, No1 in E flat, W&M.Henry Pettitt, Sydney Grundy, Henry Sprake, , 
The Bells Of Youth Words and music - FMacleod and H Bath, 
The Bend of the River - Song in the key of D major for low voice - Sung by Madame Marie Roze F E Weatherly and J Blumenthal, 
The Bend of the River - Song in the key of F major for high voice - Sung by Madame Marie Roze F E Weatherly and J Blumenthal, 
The Better Land - For Voice and Pianoforte Mrs Hermans and William Sterndale Bennett, 
The Better Land - Song W Newton, 
The Better Land - Song Mrs Hemans and E. Fawcett, 
The Bird and the Rose - Song Robert S Hickens, Amy Elise Horrocks, 
The Bird Waltz, for harp or piano, W&M. Francis Panormo,, 
The Birds Nest and other songs, 50 ballads & rhymes for children Words and music - M A Sidebotham, edited by Mrs Carey Brock, 
The Birds Nest Polka, W&M. W Smallwood, , 
The Birds Were Tellling One Another . W&M: Frederick Enoch, Henry Smart. , 
The Blacksmith Words and music - W J Robson Esq. and J W Cherry, 
The Blacksmith's Mistake - Song Claxson Bellamy and Emma M. St. John, 
The Blessed Damozel . W&M: Claude Debussy, 
The Blind Boy (They Love me because I'm Blind) Supplement to Womans Friend R Lee and G W Moore, arranged by G H Chirgwin, 
The Blind Boy - Song, as performed by The Mohawk Minstrels Eliza Cook and Henry West, 
The Blind Factory Girl Robert Donnelly, 
The Blind Flower Girl - Song James E. Rice and John H. Carter, 
The Blind Flower Girls Song Words and music - Sir Edward Cotton Bulwer and John Blockley, 
The Blind Mans Bride - Ballad The Hon Mrs Norton and Miss A Cowell, 
The Blind Orphan Girl - Song Arr: T Crampton, 
The Bloom is on the Rye Words and music - E Fitzball and Sir H R Bishop, 
The Bloom is on The Rye (My Pretty Jane) - L.M.P.S edition no. 12 Sir H. R. Bishop, 
The Bloom is on the Rye - Ballad as Sung by Mr Reeves - Howard and Co. edition no. 470 Edward Fitzball and H. R. Bishop, 
The Bloom is on the Rye - Popular Song as sung by Sims Reeves - Musical Bouquet No. 6337 E. Fitzball & Sir H. Bishop, 
The Blossoms on the Blackthorn, Songs of the Forest No4, W&M. Charles Jefferys, Stephen Glover,, 
The Blue Alsatian Mountains - Song - No. 2 in key of E flat major - For Piano and Voice in medium voice - Dedicated to Miss Edith Mason Claribel and Stephen Adams, 
The Blue Bell of Scotland Words and music - Henri Herz, 
The Blue Bell Of Scotland. Sung by Mr Wilson from the new edition of the Vocal Melodies of Scotland. Arranged with the symphonies and accompaniments for the Piano Forte Words and music - Finlay Dun and John Thomson, 
The Blue Bells of Scotland Words and music - W V Wallace, 
The Blue Bells Of Scotland . W&M: W.Kuhe, 
The Blue Bells of Scotland Arranged with pianoforte accompaniment by E J Loder, 
The Blue Bells of Scotland - Popular Scotch Ballad newly arraned with symphonies and accompaniments - For Piano and Voice Grenville Smart, 
The Blue Bird Echo, W&M: M Morrison., 
The Blue Haired Boy - Screaming Burlesque Ballard by Bob Johnson - With an Additional Banjo Accompaniment Bob Johnson, 
The boatmans return, a river song, sung by Mr George Tedder Words and music - J E Carpenter and N J Sporle, 
The Boatswain's Leap Words and music - Charles J Rowe and Henry Leslie, 
The Boatswain's Story - Song F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
The Boatswain's Story - Song in the key of E flat major for higher voice F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
The Bogie Man waltz, . W&M: J Stewart King, D Braham, , 
The Bohemian Girl, W&M: A McEvoy., 
The Bold Marco Words and music - J Brougham and W H Montgomery, 
The Bonnie Banks or Loch Lomond. Old scottish song Words and music - Malcolm Lawson, 
The Bonnie Wells O' Wearie - Song in the key of G major Alex. Maclagan & John C Grieve, 
The Bonnis Dundee Quadrille Charles D' Albert, 
The Bonny House O'Airlie, from Wilson's Edition of "The Songs of Scotland", as Sung by him. Dedicated by permission to the Queen Words and music - Wilson, 
The Book of Years - Song No. 2 in C for High Voice Clifton Bingham and Joseph L. Roeckel, 
The Border River, Sacred Song with Chorus Words and music - J B Macduff and W West, 
The Boudoir Polka . W&M: J Blockley, 
The Bouquetiere song Words and music - Vivien, 
The Boy and the Brook. Words and music - H Longfellow, J Hatton., 
The boys of Switzerland, ballad sung by Miss Matthews in the dramatic romance The Wandering Boys, W&M. Henry R Bishop, , 
The Boys of The Household Brigade Words and music - S Jones, H Hamilton, 
The Branhm Moor,and Five and Twenty Couple . W&M: J S Lee, W Pallin., 
The Brave Old Oak - Song E J Loder188, 
The Bridal Polka - dedicated to Monsr. Bizet Michau Charles DAlbert,, 
The Bridal Wreath, . W&M: H Gremont, 
The Bride At The Grave of Her Mother . W&M: H Proch., 
The Bride of Lorne, dedicate to the Marquess of Lorne, W&M. Speranza, W H Montgomery, , 
The Bridesmaids song & Finale, from Der Freischutz, W&M. Carl von Weber & Sidney Waller, arranged by Zerbini, , 
The Bridge of Sighs, W&M. Samuel Lover, , 
The Bridge or "I Stood on the Bridge at Midnight! - Dedicated to miss Starkey H W Longfellow & John Barnett, 
The Bridge. Popular English Song Words and music - W H Longfellow and W West, 
The Brigand - Caldwells' Musical Journal Edition Robert Guylott & O. W. Gordon Esq., 
The Bright Smile Waltzes, W&M. H S Roberts,, 
The Brighter Day Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Angelo Mascheroni, 
The British Isles, . W&M: W H Longhurst, 
The British Tar, Words and music - J Bridgeman, J Hatton., 
The Britons home, sung by Mr Braham, composed by G A Hodson., 
The Broken Home Will Godwin, 
The Broken Pitcher - Key of A flat major for low voice Nemo & Henry Pontet, 
The Broken Pitcher - Key of B flat major Nemo & Henry Pontet, 
The Brook - Dedicated to Lady Prescott Dolores and Tennyson , 
The Brook - Dedicated to Lady Prescott - Song with Piano accompaniment - Dedicated to Lady Prescott Tennyson and Dolores, 
The Brook and The Bridge. 2 pieces Words and music - W West, 
The Brook is Purling. Serenade for voice and piano Words and music - Emma M Stevens, 
The Brooklyn Gavotte, Alred Short,, 
The Bugler - No. 1 in D for Bass, sung by Mr Thurley Beale F E Weatherley & C Pinsuti, 
The Bugler, No. 2 in F Baritone, sung by Mr Thurley Beale F E Weatherley, C Pinsuti, 
The Buglers Hymn Words and music - W H Barnes, 
The Burglars Serenade. Fred W Stephens Words and music - E Kent, 
The Burlesque Galop - Performed by the bands of Her Majesty's Household Troops James Cassidy, 
The Burlington Music Books No. 9 - Popular Songs for Ladies Voices Various Composers, 
The Cabin with the Roses at the Door - The Popular Plantation Song Harry Hunter and John Guest, 
The Camel Drivers Return - As sung by Madame Vestris F. E. Lacy, composed and arranged by L. Devereaux, 
The Camp at Chobham Polka, W&M. John Pridham, , 
The Campbells are Comin' - the popular Scotch ballad, with new symphonies & accompaniments Arranged by J. A. Wade, 
The Captain and his Whiskers . W&M: , 
The Captain, . W&M: W Alonzo Owen, 
The Captive Greek Girl - Song - Poetry from "The Romance of the Harem" J W Hobbs and Dora Pardoe, 
The Captive, Select songs with pianoforte, by H Berlioz & Victor Hugo, English words by Percy Pinkerton., 
The Carnival - Song - In the key of D flat major J L Molloy, 
The Carnival - Song - In the key of E flat major for high voice J L Molloy, 
The Carnival - Song in the key of C major J L Molloy, 
The Carrawroe Polka, W&M. J G Jones, , 
The Carrier Dove - Song - Composed for Madame Patey R. E. Francillon and F. H. Cowen, 
The Castle of Orkadal, Op. 38 Words and music - B Molique, 
The Castle Spectre - Song as performed at Drury Lane Theatre G. M. Lewis Esq and Michael , 
The Cautious Lover - Humorous Ditty Corney Grain , 
The Cavendish Music Books No. 111. Oratorio Gems - Twelve popular Songs, Second Edition Various, 
The Cavendish Music Books No. 21 - Twenty Old English Ballads - First Selection Various composers, 
The Cavendish music books No.127. 12 songs by Tschaikowsky, English words by Fred J Wishaw To the forest, Fifinella, The sounds of days are still, Dreaming and waking, Only for thee, A legend, Life's morning, 'Twas best forgot, Too late, Ichabod, A summer love tale and A love Poean, 
The celebarted "Glory Song" - Song with Tonic Sol Fa C H Gabriel, J B Birkbeck, 
The celebrated Martial Air - From Auber's Fra Diavolo - Proudly and wide my standard flying - Adapted to new words, appropriate for private singing Auber, 
The Celebrated Valse Song in the grand opera of Romeo and Juliet Words and music - Ch. Gounod, English by H B Farnie , 
The Chaffinch in the Barn: from Kinderlieder . W&M: T Erle, W Taubert, 
The Champion of the Sea by Godfrey Marks, , 
The Changes of the Bells . W&M: S Glover, J E Carpenter., 
The Chant of Exsultet Jam Angelica on Holy Saturday edited by Francis Burgess, 
The Chapel (Die Kapelle) - Song with English and German words P. B. Czapek and Thomas Oliphant Esq., 
The chapel in the mountains - A tone picture for the Piano - Musical Bouquet - No. 7985 G D Wilson, 
The Charlatans Song from Le Voyage Dans La Lune . W&M: M X Hayes, J Offenbach, 
The Charm - No. 9 of the Songs of the Superstitions of Ireland Written and Composed by Samuel Lover Esq., 
The Charming Polka . W&M: R.F.Harvey, 
The Cherry Rose, . W&M: W Smallwood, 
The child and the dew drops, sung by Mr Hobbs, composed by J E Carpenter & John L Hopkins., 
The Child and the Lily Words and music - W Cullen Bryant, E J Crow, 
The Children's Evening Party - A Collection of Marches - Quadrilles - Polkas - Songs - Games and Riddles Arranged for an Evening's Amusement, 
The Children's Home F E Weatherly & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Children's Home - Song - Key of B flat major for Low voice F E Weatherly & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Children's Home - Song - Key of C major (C to D) F E Weatherly & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Children's Home - Song - Key of D major for Medium voice F E Weatherly & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Chilly Man - Comic Song - Sung by Stephen Sellers, J. Taylor and T. K. Symns F. C. Perry, 
The chimes of England - Song Augustus Greville & W. H. Weiss, 
The Chinaman - An Action Song for School Concerts - For Voice and Piano A. L. Cowley, 
The Chine or King Harry And The Abbot Of Waltham Words and music - Williams Jones Esq and Theodore Distin, 
The Choir Invisible, . W&M: S Brampton, C A Chase, 
The Choral Fantasia Op80 Words and music - L van Beethoven, English version by Natalia MacFarren, 
The Chorister - Sung by Antoinette Sterling and Coyte Turner - In the key of G major for high voice F E Weatherly, Arthur S Sullivan, 
The Christ child, sond Words and music - Beardsley van de Water, 
The Christian Soldier, sacred song Words and music - H K White and Brinley Richards, 
The Christians Appeal, Sacred Song, W&M. W West, , 
The Christians Voyage, sacred song, W&M. Isabella R Lee, Julian Mount, , 
The Christy Minstrel Song Books (Boosey's Musical Cabinet) - 70 Songs with Choruses and Pianoforte accompaniments - Volume II - Books IV to VI Various Composers, 
The Church Lads Brigade Ezra Read, 
The Circus, Descriptive fantasia with bell accompaniment, W&M. Alan Macey,, 
The City Beautiful, sacred song Words and music - Arthur J Lamb and H W Petrie, 
The City Gates Words and music - G Clifton Bingham and Odoardo Barri, 
The City Glorious Words and music - Alfred H Hyatt and Noel Thayne, 
The City of Light - A dream of Bethlehem - Sacred Song R Graham Harvey, 
The City of the King - Key of F major for low voice G. Clifton Bingham & Odoardo Barri, 
The Clang Of The Hammer Words and music - G W Southey and Theo Bonheur, 
The Clang of the Wooden Shoon Words and music - J L Molloy, 
The Cleaner Maiden - Song The Verse by Frederick Enoch, Music by Henry Smart, 
The Clink O the Spur, sung by Charles Manners Words and music - Henry Hamilton & John Crook, 
The Clock Duet - Sung by Various Leading Pierrot Troupes Lawrence Hanray and J. Clifton Solomon, 
The Colleen Bawn, from The Lily of Killarney Words and music - D Boucicault, J Oxenford and J Benedict, 
The Colonels Command Words and music - F E Wetherly and C J Hunt, 
The Columbia Quadrille on popular American Airs, introduced in the Christys Minstrels entertainment, W&M. A Montague, , 
The complete Piano Player Christmas, 25 well loved Christmas songs and carols Arranged by Kenneth Baker, 
The Concert Edition of Scottish Songs - Book II - For Low Voice Edited and arranged by Hugh S. Robertson, 
The Concert Song Folio - 106 Popular and Classical Songs with Pianoforte Accompaniment Various Composers, 
The Constant Heart - Serenade from Ellen Pickerings Novelo "Sir Michael Paulet" . W&M: Jules Benedict, 
The Contented Blind Boy - Paxton edition No. 432 C. C. & Reuben Tetlow, 
The Contrabandista, W&M. George Linley, , 
the Coons Serenade (Song and Dance). Miss Nellie Navette Words and music - Dave Hall and Ezra Read, 
The Coquette Polka, W&M. Charles DAlbert, , 
The Cork Leg - Comic Song Traditional, 
The Cork Leg and the Steam Arm - The Favourite Comic Songs - Musical Bouquet No.3581 Arranged by T Westrop, 
The Coster's serenade - Humorous Song Featuring Albert Chevalier - Dedicated to the "Bons Freres Club" John Crook and Albert Chevalier , 
The Cottage & Mill Fanny E. Lacy, 
The Cottage by the Sea, a ballad J R Thomas, 
The Country Cousin or I Saw Esau Kissing kate - No Music - Lyrics and Cover Only Written by Harry Hunter, 
The Country Wedding A Barn Dance Words and music - Leonard Gautier, 
The Courier of Moscow . W&M: H Vaughan, P Rodney, 
The Cows are in the Corn - New Edition with tonic Sol-Fa - Paxton edition No. 857 R. W. Gilder & H. Leslie, 
The Cows are in the Corn - Sung with Greatest Success by Miss Carrie Daniels - Musical Bouquet No. 6916 H. Leslie, 
The Cowslip . W&M: W.Smallwood, 
The Cradles Empty Babys Gone - Song with chorus sung by Christys Minstrels Harry Kennedy, 
The Cricket on the Hearth - Musical Bouquet No. 7710 - A Popular Song for All Minstrel Troupes James E. Stewart, 
The Cricket on the Hearth - Paxton edition No. 1090 James E. Stewart, 
The Crier Or Lost Heart Words and music - W H Bellamy and J W Hobbs, 
The Crookit Bawbee - An Old Ballad with New Music - Fourth Edition Traditional, 
The Cross of Calvary (Ave Maria), Gounods last composition Words and music - Ch. Gounod, English by Alfred Phillips, 
The Crown of Life - Song in the key of E flat major (Bb - Eb) for medium voice Gerald Lane, 
The Cruise Of The Calabar Words and music - John Carrol, 
The Crusader Words and music - Samuel K Cowan M A and Theo Bonheur, 
The Crusaders Return, song, W&M. Clifton Bingham, William Hill,, 
The Cry Of Israel Words and music - Nemo and Piccolomini, 
The Cry of the Little Ones - Song in the Key of D flat Major - For Medium Voice - Composed for and Dedicated to Lady Waterlow Stephen Adams, 
The Cuckoo Song Words and music - W Brear, 
The Curfew - Sung by Mr. Watkin Mills J Tobin and Monk Gould, 
The Curfew - Sung by Mr. Watkin Mills - Key of E flat major for Low voice J Tobin and Monk Gould, 
The Curfew Shall Not Ring To-Night - Ballad as sung by all the principal vocalists - Musical Bouquet No. 6686 Grace Horr & Alberto Himan, 
The Cycle Parade March Words and music - T Bonheur, 
The Cyprus Wreath, The Poetry from Rokeby, By Walter Scott Dr John Clarke of Cambridge,, 
The Daisy's Song, . W&M: L L Chester, 
The Danube River Words and music - Hamilton Aide, 
The Dark - A Childs Song for Voice and Piano - Pitman, Hart and Co. Edition No. 1207 Hugh de Bock Porter and Dorothy de Bock Porter, 
The Darkies Love: Plantation Song Words and music - M B Lucas, W S Penley, 
The Dashing White Sergeant Words and music - Sir H R Bishop, 
The Daughter of The Regiment - Cassell's Operatic Selections No.15 - Op.15 C - With Tonic Sol-Fa and The Story of "the Daughter of the Regiment" Donzietti - Arranged by W.F. Barnett F.S.A, 
The Daughters of Cadiz (chanson Espagnole) - No. 3 from Three Songs Series - For Piano and Voice Clifton Bingham and Leo Delibes, 
The Daughters of Zion, key of G Words and music - Frederic W Paine and Norman McLeod, 
the Daugther Of Jairus. A sacred cantata Words and music - John Stainer, 
The Dawn of Heaven - A Mothers Lullaby to her dying child Keith Browne Stewart and Franco Buonetti, 
The Dawn of Redemption Words and music - Stanley Rivers and Hamilton Gray, 
The Day is Done : song . W&M: Longfellow, DW H Weiss., 
The Day of Love, a ballad, W&M. Thomas Moore, , 
The Day Our Mother Died, . W&M: A Nish,, 
The day when youll forget me Words and music - J R Thomas, 
The Days of Long Ago - Song Vincent Amcotts, 
The Days Of Long Ago, from Dandy Dick Whittington Words and music - George R Sims and Ivan Caryll, 
The Days When We Were Happy - Ballad J E Carpenter and Stephen Glover, 
The Dear Home Songs - Song Lindsay Lennox , 
The Dear Little Jap Jap Jappy. From The Geisha Words and music - H Greenbank and S Jones, 
The Dear Old Home Words and music - A Horspool and Theo Bonheur, 
The Dear Old Land so Green by J Anthony McDonald & Douglas Clements., 
The Dear Old Motherland Words and music - Jasper Vale Lane, 
The Death of King Dirt - a domestic revolution since the death of Nelson - Key of A. Arranged by AAG, 
The Death Of Poor Cock Robin Words and music - J Guest, 
The Deathless Army - Song in the key of B flat major for medium voice Frederic E. Weatherly and H Trotere, 
The Demon King Godfrey Marks, 
The Departure. With German and English Words Words and music - A Jensen, 
The Depths of the Ocean . W&M: J E Carpenter, S GLover., 
The Dewdrop Redowa . W&M: N.Vickery, 
The Dewdrop, Bluette De Salon Ernest Aurele Favarger, 
The Distant Shore, Sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd W S Gilbert & Arthur Sulllivan, 
The Distinette Polka, W&M. Karl Meyder, , 
The Diver - Song in the key of E flat major for lower voice Edward J Loder and G Douglas Thompson, 
The Donkey Ride, polka, W&M. Harry Dacre, , 
The Dove - (Blanche Colombe) Romance - with French and English words Composed by CH. Gounod, English words by Joseph Goddard, 
The Dove and the Maiden Words and music - J Offenbach and H B Farnie, 
The Dove Waltz . W&M: Fabian Rose, 
The Dream Angel Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Ed St Quentin, 
The Dream of Bygone Blissful Hours - Affectionately Dedicated to Mrs E. Powell Miss Rose Hersee, 
The Dream of Home - Il Bacio - Adapted for the Waltz - In the key of B flat major H Farnie and L Arditi, 
The Dream of Home - Song Waltz - Adapted from the celebrated Il Bacio - In the key of D major for High Voice Henry Farnie and L Arditi, 
The Dream of Home -Song Waltz - Adapted from the celebrated Il Bacio - In the key of B flat major for Low Voice Henry Farnie and L Arditi, 
The Dream of Joy - Adapted to the favourite Air Iol'udia - Beauties of Italy Series No. 1 Edward J. Gill and Donizetti, 
The Dream, W&M: Haydn., 
The Dream, ballad Words and music - Joseph Philip Knight, 
The Dream-Boat, No. 1 in B flat Words and music - Gerald Lane, 
The Dreams of the Heart - Ballad Music - George Linley [1798-1865] Words - Christabel, 
The Drum Polka, dedicated to Madame Bizet Michau, Julliens celebrated Polkas No 18. W&M. Jullien, , 
The Drummer Boy, Anton Strelezki,, 
The Dublin Cries or Come and buy my Cherries - A Round for Four Voices with accompaniment for Pianoforte - Dedicated to Mrs Stace. Woolwich - Plate No. 1640 Sir John Stevenson, 
The Dutchmans Little Dog, comic song Words and music - S Winner, 
The Dying Child Words and music - Theodore A Gould and L V H Crosby, 
The Dying Child, ballad inscribed to Lady Seymour, W&M. George Linley, , 
The Early Morning Galop Words and music - J Smalley, 
The Echo, . W&M: C CHarlton, E Hogben, 
The Eclipse Words and music - Augustus Barnard Hankey and Herrman Koenig., 
The Electors Dream, (Un Voyage Ministeriel) . W&M: F Bowyer, L Byrec, 
The Elf, Canzonet . W&M: G.F.Graham, F.Berger, 
The Emigrant's Farewell to Erin - Featuring The Right Honourable W. E. Gladstone Esq. Mp Words by Joseph Carolan, Music by Dr. John D'Este. MA., 
The Emigrant, a Ballad. Sung with great applause at the principal London Concerts by Mr Shoubridge J Fawcett, 
The Empire Carol Book - A collection of original and selected Christmas Carols, Various Composers, 
The Enchantress Words and music - H F Chorley and J L Hatton, 
The Enchantress - Song - Paxton edition No. 1488 H. F. Chorley and J. L. Hatton, 
The Enchantress Polka, W&M. J M Jolly, , 
The Enchantress. Words and music - H Chorley, J Hatton., 
The Encore Selection on Popular melodies - Reeder & Walsh's Sixpenny Musical Marvels series no. 52 J. W. Sachau, 
The English Carol Book - Complete Edition Music Edited by Martin Shaw - Words Edited by Percy Dearmer, 
The English Swell Lewis Dockstader and J Armstrong, 
The English Swell Words and music - Lewis Dockstrader and John A Armstrong, 
The Englishman - A National Song Eliza Cook and John Blockley, 
The Englishman - A national song sung by Mr Evans Eliza Cook and John Blockley, 
The Englishman - National Song Eliza Cook and John Blockley, 
The Epitaph, arranged as a song, W&M. W H Callcott, Dr Callcott,, 
The Epping Road - Song A. H. Lemon, T. H. Goodwin, 
The Erl King Words and music - F Schubert, 
The Erl King (Der Erlkonig) - Lieder Repertorium Songs of Germany Scandinavia etc. series No. 17 F. Schubert and Gothe, 
The Erl King, from "Magazine of Music Supplement" Frank Schubert, 
The Eternal Home. (Great Eternal Love) Words and music - John Muir and Hartwell Jones, 
The Eve Of Christmas Words and music - Alfred W Tomlyn, 
The Evening Farewell, . W&M: G A MacFarren, 
The Evening Gun by Captain Thruston., 
The evening light - Song affectionately inscribed to the Lady Emily Harding James Montgomery & J M M, 
The Evening Polka, W&M. A H Higgins, , 
The Evening Star - Song - sung by Miss Poole & Miss Eliza Vaughan W West, 
The Evening Star Ballad - Plus "Ever for Thee" Song by Madame Anelli Composed by P. Schepens Agnelli, Maestro of the Academy of St. Cecile in Rome, 
The Evening Star. With English and German Words Words and music - A Fesca, 
The Evergreen: Schottische . W&M: N Vickery, 
The Everlasting Day Words and music - R M Wellsbourne and Frederick Bevan, 
The Exile - Ballad Charles J. Rowe & C. H. R. Marriott, 
The Exile - From Gems of German Song - With English Words F. W. R. and C. Keller, 
The Face Of An Angel Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Arthur E Godfrey, 
The Fair Green Fields of England - Song J. E. Carpenter and James Perring, 
The Fairest Flower Words and music - Elliston Vanbrugh and David Dick Slater, 
The Fairies Words and music - T Westwood and Dolores, 
The Fairies Challenge to the Sea - A Cavatina W H Bellamy Esq., Charles E Horn, 
The Fairies Home (A Child's Song) Edward Oxenford and Arthur W Marchant, 
The Fairy Boat - Song Mrs. Alexander and Ricardo Linter, 
The Fairy Boy - No. 11 of the Songs of Superstitions of Ireland - Sung by Mr Wilson Written and Composed by Samuel Lover Esq., 
The Fairy Castle . W&M: Lewis Novra, Antonio L Mora, 
The fairy of the ring, A drawing room ditty Words and music - Chanticleer, 
The Fairy Polka By Richard Frederick Harvey, 
The Fairy Tempter Words and music - Samuel Lover, 
The Fairys Song to the Flowers (Rose Rose Open thy Leaves), sung by Miss Rainforth, W&M. John Blockley, , 
The Fairys Well, song founded on the proverb "It is better to let well alone", W&M. Henry Lovell, N J Sporle, , 
The Falconers - Scene Caracteristique for the Pianoforte introducing "Chorus of Falconers in the Olden Time" - Inscribed to The Countess Ravensworth Oswin Bede Hemy, 
The Falling Star Words and music - Fanny R L Lablache and Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Falling Star - No. 10 of the Songs of the Superstitions of Ireland Written and Composed by Samuel Lover Esq., 
The False Friend . W&M: T Hood, W V Wallace, 
The Farmer's Boy - Old English Ballad Percy Darnley, 
The Farmers Boy - Popular Old English Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 5943 T. Westrop, 
The Father of a Family, humorous song, By T Haines,, 
The Favorites, two sets of quadrilles on popular airs, including Oh Dear What can the matter be, Comin thro the rye, Life let us cherish, Tyrol & Garry Owen, Words and music - Various, 
The Favourite Airs in Jules Benedicts grand opera the crusaders, performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, arranged for the piano forte with a flute accompt. (Ad Lib) containing: chorus of crusaders, they little know, to you our queen, in the hearts early dream and chorus., 
The Favourite Fishing Duet - As sung in Mozarts Opera Don Juan - Musical Bouquet No. 3520 Mozart, 
The Favourite Fishing Duet sung in Mozarts Opera Don Juan - Musical Bouquet No. 3520 Mozart, 
The Favourite Tyrolian Air, sung by Madame Malibran, arranged as a rondo for the piano, W&M. Ch. Chaulieu, 
The Ferry Boat, . W&M: T Taylor, H C Deacon, 
The Ferry Maiden - Barcarole for unaccompanied choral singing - The Musical Times No. 424 - Dedicated to Henry Leslie Esq. - Set for S. A. T. B and Piano F. E. Weatherly and A. R. Gaul, 
The Ferrymans Daughter Words and music - H Vincent Barwell and C H R Marriott, 
The Field of Clover - Sung by the Christy's Minstrels - Howard & Co. edition No. 182 - For S.A.T.B with Piano accompaniment A. B. Hogg, 
The Field of Waterloo Words and music - W Lewis and E Jonghmans, 
The fine old English Statesmen, addressed to the Conservatives of Britain, dedicated to Robert Peel, composed by W Sanderson & W Harrison., 
The Fine Young English Gentleman, . W&M: C K Sheridan, 
The Fire in the Grate - The Popular Minstrel Song - Howard & Co edition No. 324 G. W. H. Griffin, 
The Fire In The Grate. Popular song Words and music - G W H Griffin, 
The First Cannon Shot Charles Mackay and Henry Russell, 
The First Easter Day - Sacred Song with Chorus (Ad Lib) - Hart & Co. edition No. 1021 W. S. Lambert, 
The First leaf . W&M: G Lefort, H B Farnie., 
The First Nightingale - Ballad Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart, 
The First Palm sunday Words and music - G Wotherspoon, J Bertrand and J Faure, 
The First Prayer by H L DArcy Jaxone & Ciro Pinsuti., 
The First Star Folio of Popular Songs - The hundred and one best songs and duets Various, 
The First Violet Mendelssohn, 
The First Violet (Das Erste Veilchen) - With English & German Words - Musical Boquuet No. 853 Mendelssohn, 
The First Violet. With English and German words Words and music - Alfred Neville and Mendelssohn, 
The Fisher Boy - New Edition with Tonic Sol-Fa - L.M.P.S edition No. 264 John Jones, 
The Fisher Children Words and music - Walace Rothsay and Oscar Allon, 
The Fisherman and his Child C. A. White, 
The Fisherman's Welcome - Song V. W. Ellis and Henry Smart, 
The Fisherman, Unison Song - Op. 51, No. 2 Words by M.M. Penstone, Music By Frederic H. Wood, 
The Flag that Braved a Thousand Years - A National Patriotic Song - Musical Bouquet No. 7908 W. H. Bellamy and S. Nelson, 
The Flight of Ages - Song F. E. Weatherly and F. Bevan, 
The Flight of Ages - Song in the key of A flat major for medium voice Frederick E. Weatherly and F. Bevan, 
The Flight of Ages - Song in the key of B flat major F. E. Weatherly and F. Bevan, 
The Flight of Ages - Song in the key of G major for Low voice Frederick Weatherly and Frederick Bevan, 
The Florence Waltzes, dedicated to Miss Mary Jefferis, W&M. T M Wood,, 
The Flower Gatherers . W&M: S Glover, E Carpenter., 
The Flower of the Wilderness - Ballad J. E. Carpenter and Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Flower Song - From the opera "Faust" - As sung by Florence Lancia, Gounod & H F Chorley, , 
The flowers of friendship Words and music - C F Hoffman and Brinley Richards, 
The Flowers of Home, ballad, W&M. J E Carpenter, John Blockley, , 
The Flowers Of The Forest or After Fodden, from the second collection of Songs Of The North gathered together from the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland Words and music - Malcolm Lawson, 
The Flying Dutchman (Der Fliegende Hollander), with German words & an English Adaptation, The Royal Edition of Operas, W&M. R Wagner, Translation by John P Jackson, Edited by J Pittman, , 
The Flying Dutchman, Words and music - Nella, Henry Parker, 
The Fool hath said in his Heart - Original Sabbath Melodies No. 12 - The Words selected from The Holy Scriptures R. Topliff, 
The Forest (Im Walde Jaegerlied) Theodore Kullak, 
The Forest Fairy's Song "Through the Wood" - Cavatina sung by Madame Malibran and Mrs W. Knyvett W. H. Bellamy Esq. and Charles E. Horn, 
The Forest Flower polka, W&M. George Genge, , 
The Forest King by Nathaniel S Godfrey., 
The Forge - Song in the key of D major for medium voice - introducing the melody of the Harmonious Blacksmith Michael Watson, 
The Forget Me Not, No7 Songs of the Flowers, W&M. Charles Jefferys, Charles W Glover, , 
The Founding of the Bell, No. 20 of "Henry Russell's Vocal Music" Words and music - Charles Mackay and Henry Russell, 
The Fountain . W&M: A Plumpton., 
The Fountain and the Flower . W&M: S Lover, 
The Four Jolly Smiths - A right jovial song - In the key of B flat major - Sung by Mr Green J Louis Rockliffe & Henry T Leslie , 
The Four Jolly Smiths - A right jovial song - Sung by Mr Green - Key of B flat major for medium voice J L Rockliffe and H T Leslie , 
The Four Jolly Smiths - A right jovial song - Sung by Mr Green - Key of C major for high voice J L Rockliffe and H T Leslie , 
The Four Leaved Shamrock Words and music - Samuel Lover, 
The Four Leaved Shamrock. The Songs Of The Superstitions Of Ireland. Sung by Miss Romer, Mr Wilson, Mr J Russell Samuel Lover Esqr, 
The Four Maries . W&M: Jack Gordon, 
The Four Maries Words and music - traditional, 
The Four-Leaved Shamrock Words and music - Samuel Lover, 
The Four-Leaved Shamrock - No. 8 from The Songs of the Superstitions of Ireland Samuel Lover Esq., 
The Foutain of Marah - Sacred Song (Exodus XV 23-25) Mrs Hermans and Edwin I. Nielson, 
The Friar Words and music - M OKeefe and W Reeve, 
The Friar of Orders Gray Words and music - J Hatton, 
The Friar of Orders Grey Words and music - Arranged by Henry Russell, 
The Friends of Other Days . W&M: J R Thomas, 
The Gaiety Words and music - A Morris, 
The Gaiety Girl and The Soldier, . W&M: S Jones, H Greenbank, 
The Gallant "Salamander" Song. W&M: C.Bingham, D.Barnard., 
The Gallant Salamander Words and music - Clifton Bingham and D Auvergne Barnard, 
The Gallant Turk . W&M: E Marlowe, H Daykin, 
The Gallants of England Words and music - G J Whyte Melville & Alfred Scott Gatty, 
The Galop - Humorous Dance Song Bond Andrews and Mel. B. Spurr, 
The Game of Life Wal Pink and Geo. le Brunn, 
The Garden Beautiful - Song With accompaniment for Organ or Harmonium - Song - In the key of C major for low voice Edward Oxenford and H G Pelissier, 
The Garden Beautiful - With accompaniment for Organ or Harmonium - Song - In the key of D major for medium voice Edward Oxenford and H G Pelissier, 
The Garden Beautiful - With accompaniment for Organ or Harmonium - Song - In the original key of E major for high voice (Original key) Edward Oxenford and H G Pelissier, 
The Garden Blest - Song in the key of D major Clifton Bingham and Frederic H Cowen, 
The Garden by the Sea, No.1 in D Words and music - Otway Thorpe and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Garden of Life. Song from The Vicar of Bray Words and music - Sydney Grundy and Edward Solomon, 
The Garden Of Love Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Joseph H Adams, 
The Garden Of Night Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Graham Valmore, 
The Garden of Sleep - A Summer Song - In the key of A flat major for low voice Clement Scott and Isidore De Lara, 
The Garden of Sleep - A Summer Song - In the key of B flat major for medium voice Clement Scott and Isidore De Lara, 
The Garden of Sleep - Vocal Duet Clement Scott and Isidore De Lara, arranged by Edward R Terry, 
The Garden of Sleep waltz, on the popular song Garden of Sleepand other melodies, W&M. Isibore de Lara, P Bucalossi, , 
The Garden Seat (Le Bane de pierre), for soprano or tenor, W&M. Charles Gounod & Paul de Choudens, , 
The Garland (Kleine Blumen, Kleine Blatter) - For Piano and Voice - The Songs of Beethoven with the Original text series No. 8 - English and German Lyrics - For Piano and Voice Beethoven, edited and adapted to English words by William Hills, 
The Garland - No. III Vol. V from The German Lyre (Deutsche Lyra) series of German Songs with Original Words and Elegant English adaptions - For Piano and Voice Thomas Moore Esq. and F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 
The Garland Of Scotia, a musical wreath of Scottish song with descriptive and historical notes adapted for the voice , flute and violin Edited by John Turnbull and Patrick Buchan, 
The Garonne, No. 2 in G Words and music - F E Weatherly and Stephen Adams, 
The Garrison Ball Galop . W&M: M P, 
The Gate of Happiness - Song in the key of A major for high voice Clifton Bingham and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Gate of Happiness - Song in the key of G major for low voice Clifton Bingham and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Gate Of Life Words and music - H L DArcy Jaxone and M Piccolomini, 
The Gate of Mercy Words and music - Stanhope Gray & Theo. Bonheur, 
The Gates of Happiness Words and music - Clifton Bingham and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Gay Tom Tit. Song and Dance from the Somedy An Artists Model Words and music - Harry Greenbank and Sidney Jones, 
The Genevra Polka, W&M. W Hemingway, , 
The Gentle Maiden - No. 38 of "Songs of the Four Nations - A Collection of Fifty National Airs" - In the key of E flat major for low voice Edited by Harold Boulton, arranged by Arthur Somervell, 
The Gentle Shepherd. A sacred cantata for equal voices. Words consisting of Hymns and scripture verses Words and music - Fred A Challinor, 
The Gift Divine in F, Song Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Frederick Bevan, 
The Gift Of A Child Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Alfred Rawlings, 
The Gift of Life - Sacred song Ernest C. Seare, 
The Gift of Love . W&M: W Hutchison, E Oxenford, 
The Gift Of Perfect Love Words and music - Arnold Beresford, 
The Gift of Rest Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Frederick H Cowen, 
The Giggling Girl - Humorous song Dawson Kitchingman, 
The Gilbert and Sullivan Collection - Volume 1 - A selection of favourite melodies from the Savoy Operas arranged for Piano A. Sullivan arranged by Matthew Oxford, 
The Gilbert and Sullivan Collection - Volume 2 - A selection of favourite melodies from the Savoy Operas arranged for Piano A. Sullivan arranged by Matthew Oxford, 
The Gipsy Countess - The Celebrated Duet - Musical Bouquet No. 8644 Mrs Crawford and Stephen Glover, 
The Gipsy Duet (Si la Stanchezzi) from "Il Trovatore" with English and Italian Words - Paxton Edition No. 672 Verdi, 
The Gipsy Fortune Teller, . W&M: C Coote, C Jefferys, 
The Gipsy Girl ( A True Story) - Song in the Key of G - No. 3 from Songs of the Forest Charles Jefferys and Stephen Glover, 
The Gipsy Girl - A True Story - Songs of the Forest series No. 3 Charles Jefferys and Stephen Glover, 
The Gipsy King - Song - In the key of C major for low voice Edward Oxenford and Bryceson Treharne , 
The Gipsy King - Song - In the key of D major for High Voice Edward Oxenford and Bryceson Treharne , 
The Gipsy Maid by Stephen N Elrington., 
The Gipsy Prince, from "Songs of the Greenwood", sung by Mr Wilson, W&M. C Jefferys, N J Sporle,, 
The Gipsy's Fountain (If Thou will meet me) - Ballad Mrs Edward Fitzgerald, 
The Gipsy's Warning - Much Admired Song - For Piano and Voice - Musical Bouquet No. 4728 Henry A. Goard, 
The Gipsy's Warning - popular Song with Chorus for Four Voices - Hart and Co Edition No. 64 Henry A. Goard, 
The Gipsy's Warning - Song Music - Henry A. Goard arr.by T.C.Lewis, 
The Gipsys Warning, solo and chorus sung by the Christy Minstrels, 
The Girl I Left Behind And The British Grenadiers, from The Musical Bouquet Words and music - E Westrop, 
The Girl of My Heart - Song from the Musical Comedy "A Greek Slave" - Sung by Mr C. Hayden Coffin also by Mr Harrison Brockbank - In Key of D Harry Greenbank, Adrian Ross and Sidney Jones, 
The Girl that I Marry - Song - From "Annie Get Your Gun" Irving Berlin, 
The Gleaner's Bell - Duetto da Camera W. H. Bellamy and John Barnett, 
The Gleaner's Slumber Song Caryl Battersby and R H Walthew, 
The Glee Maiden, . W&M: H P Stephens, E Solomon, 
The glorious British oak, a National song by Benjamin Gough & W Grantham., 
The Glorious Days to Come - Humorous Song Composed and sung by Herbert Schartau Words - J.Hickory Wood, 
The Glory Charles H Gabriel, arranged by A E Dowding, 
The Glove, G A MacFarren, 
The Goblin and the Fay . W&M: L Stuart., 
The Golden Bridge Words and music - A Chapman and F Mullen, 
The Golden Dawn Waltz, W&M. Joseph Francis, , 
The Golden Dustman or "Leave us in yer Will before you Die!" - Song Eric Graham and G. Le Brunn, 
The Golden Gate, . W&M: V Fairfax, C H Gounod, 
The Golden Legend Adapted from the poem of Longfellow by Joseph Bennett and set to music by Arthur Sullivan with pianoforte arrangement by Berthold Tours, 
The Golden Past Words and music - F Swift, 
The Golden Path Words and music - Nella and Henry Parker, 
The Golden Promise Words and music - Gerald Lane , 
The Golden Threshold Words and music - F Lohr, E Oxenford, 
The Golden Valley Words and music - E Teschemacher, F Sarroni, 
The Golden Vanity from "English County Songs" Collected and edited by Lucy E Broadwood and J A Fuller Maitland, 
The Goldseeker Words and music - George Arthur Binnie and Alfred Rawlings, 
The Gondolette - Cavatina as sung by Mrs Waylett in the Farce "A Lady and Gentleman in a peculiarly perplexing predicament" at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House - Second Edition Alexander Lee and C. Selby, 
The Gondoliers Home - Vocal Duet Fanny Farmer and John Blockley, , 
The Good Old Days Words and music - C Bingham and T Mattei, 
The Good Shepherd Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Odoardo Barri, 
The Good Shepherd Words and music - Ernest Browne, 
The Good Shepherd - Song Clifton Bingham and Odoardo Barri, 
The Good Shepherd - Song - In the key of F major Clifton Bingham and Odoardo Barri, 
The Good Shepherd, No.3 of three Motets for female voices, Op39, W&M. Mendelssohn,, 
The Good-bye at the Door - Song J. E. Carpenter and Stephen Glover, 
The Good-bye at the Door - Song with Tonic Sol-fa - Paxton Edition No. 1070 J. E. Carpenter and Stephen Glover, 
The Gordon Boys . W&M: F K Peile., 
The Gossip Words and music - R Couperin, 
The Graces, trio for two soprani and a mezzo soprano with pianoforte Composed by Franz Bosen, 
The Gracious Woodnymph - Song for Piano and Voice - Op. 7 Mary de Montfitchet, 
The Grand March, W&M: J Herz., 
The Grasp of An English Hand: Baritone song . W&M: unknown, 
The Grass Orphan . W&M: C.Osbourne, C.Osbourne (Junior), 
The Graves of a Household - A Ballad Mrs Hemans with music by her sister, 
The Great Excitement Polka . W&M: C Joseph, 
The Great Ka Foozle Um galop, W&M. R M Levy,, 
The Great Light. A sacred cantata Words and music - Finley Lyon, 
The Great Mogul and The Blue Bottle - Celebrated Comic Song for the Piano Forte - As sung with enthusiastic applause by Lord Bury - Musical Bouquet No. 3656 Unknown, 
The Great Mogul and The Blue Bottle - Celebrated Comic Song for the Pianoforte - As sung with enthusiastic applause by Lord Bury - Musical Bouquet No. 3656 Unknown composer, 
The green trees whispered low and mild - Song - In the key of E flat major Longfellow & M W Balfe, 
The Greeting, No.1 of six two part songs for female voices with English & German words, Op63 by F Mendelssohn Bartholdy., 
The Guard Ship, . W&M: S Lover, 
The Guiding Star, Gems of German Song with English words First Series Book 11 NO.81 by A Fesca., 
The Gypsies Glee, sung in Harlequin & Oberon, W&M. William Reeve, , 
The Gypsy Girl Words and music - Charles Jefferys and Stephen Glover, 
The Gypsy's Warning Arranged by Henry A. Goard, 
The Halper. With Viloin, Cello And Chorus Accomp Ad Lib Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Odoardo Barri, 
The Handel Opera Repertorn - Book 1 - Mezzo Soprano - as performed by Janet Baker Handel - compiled by Janet Baker and Anthony Lewis, 
The Hanover Edition - Rose Softly Blooming - Song - In the key of G major for High Voice Louis Spohr, 
The Happiest Land, W&M: H Longfellow, W Montgomery., 
The happy days of youre Edward S. Creasy Esqr., arranged to a French air, 
The Happy Gondolier . W&M: G A MacFarren, 
The Happy Milk Maid. Words from the Ladies Own Memorandum Book for 1778 Words and music - Mr Shaw , 
The Happy Muleteer, from "The Crown jewels" . W&M: E Fitzball, J H Tully, 
The Happy Valley or Oh after many roving years Chas. Horn & T Bayly, 
The Happy Valley, W&M: J Batchellor., 
The Happy Village Rose - Characteristic National Songs - No. 1 Stephen Glover, J E Carpenter,, 
The Harbour Bay Words and music - Frank L Moir, 
The Hardwicke Polka as played by the band of the 16th Queens Lancers at the Grand Horticultural Fete held in Sir Thomas Cullums grounds, inscribed to Lady Cullum By J G Jones, 
The Hardy Norsemans House of Yore Words and music - R L Pearsall, 
The Harmonious Blacksmith. Handel, , 
The Harp that once thro Tara's Halls - Irish Ballad Thomas Moore, 
The Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls, from Moore's Irish Melodies Sir J Stevenson, 
The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls - Irish Melody for the Pianoforte Boyton Smith, 
The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls -Moore's Irish Melodies with Symphonies & Accompaniments and the Correct Words as sung by the Author - Musical Bouquet No. 1747 Thomas Moore, 
The Haunted Spring Words and music - Samuel Lover and William Henry Bennett, 
The Havelock Galop . W&M: Martin Schneider, 
The Haven Aloft Words and music - Samuel K Cowan M A and Michael Watson, 
The Hay is I the Mow by S H Gatty & Alfred Scott Gatty., 
The Hazel Dell Words and music - Wurzel, 
The Hazel Eye - A Ballad F. W. N. Bayley Esq. and G. A. Hodson, 
The Heart Bow'd Down - The Celebrated Song from Balfe's Famous Opera "The Bohemian Girl" - Musical Bouquet No. 7526 Balfe, 
The Heart Bow'd Down from "The Bohemian Girl" Alfred Bunn and M W Balfe, 
The Heart Bowed Down - Ballad from The Bohemian Girl - W. Paxton Edition No. 441 M. W. Balfe, 
The Heart I Ask From Thee Love. Willst Du Dein Herz Mir Schenken. German and English Words Words and music - J S Bach, 
The Heart of a Soldier - Duet for Tenor and Bass Ernest Alfieri and Edward St. Quentin, 
The Hearts First Dream of Love - from The Crusaders . W&M: Alfred Bunn, Jules Benedict, 
The Heavenly Dream Words and music - F W Paine and B Treharne, 
The Heavenly Song - In the key of A flat major Claude Lyttleton and Hamilton Gray, 
The Heavenly Song - In the key of B flat major Claude Lyttleton and Hamilton Gray, 
The Heavenly Song - In the key of B flat major for Medium Voice Claude Lyttleton and Hamilton Gray, 
The Heavenly Song in the key of G major for Low Voice Claude Lyttleton and Hamilton Gray, 
The Heavens are telling - No. 18 from Gems selected from the Great masters Series - For Piano Solo Haydn arranged by G. F. West, 
The Helmsman - Song in the key of F major for high voice Frederic E. Weatherly and Joseph L. Roeckel, 
The Hemlock Tree, W&M. Longfellow, Michael Watson, , 
The Herald Of The Dawn. With Organ Or Harmoium Obbligato (Ad Lib) Words and music - Claude Lyttleton and Hartwell Jones, 
The Hermit - Song for voice and piano in the key of F major Walter Head and Edward St Quentin, 
The Hermitage C L Drobisch, 
The Hero's Return . W&M: G E Hay., 
The Heroes Return Words and music - Brice Fennell and Edward St Quentin, 
The Highwayman Eric Winstone, 
The Highwayman, . W&M: W Manclark, T Drury, 
The Hills of Alva - Scottish song Jean Macrae and J L Hessey, 
The Holy City - Key of A flat major for low voice Frederick E. Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Holy City - Key of D flat major for High Voice Frederick E. Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Holy City - Song - In the Key of C flat major Frederick E. Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Holy City - Song - Key of B flat major for lower voice Frederick E. Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Holy Family - Series 4 - Admired sacred melodies by the most celebrated composers Various Composers, Arr. W H Callcott, 
The Holy Family - Series 5 - Admired sacred melodies by the most celebrated composers Various Composers , Arr. W H Callcott, , 
The Homeland Welcome - from Grand Selection, as played by the band of the Royal Marines Light infantry under the direction of Mr George Miller Warwick Williams arranged by Theo. Bonheur, 
The Honeymoon March for piano George Rosey, 
The Honeymoon Train Words and music - J T Barton and Edward St Claire, 
The Honeysuckle and the Bee - Margaret Lockwood in I'll be your sweetheart W H Penn and Alb H Fitz, 
The Honeysuckle and the Bee - Song W H Penn and Alb H Fitz, 
The Hoo Poo Bird . W&M: F K Peile., 
The Hour Before Day, . W&M: S Lover, 
The Hour Divine. Song Words and music - Edward Oxenford & Arthur J Greenish, 
The Hour is Nigh, W&M: D Ryan, R Hacking Jnr,, 
The Hour of Love - Chanson de Juin R. H. Elkin and Benjamin Godard, 
The Hour of Rest . W&M: F E Weatherly, J L Roeckel, 
The House by the Way - Song in Key of D Geo F. Lewis, 
The Humour Is On Me Now - Song - As Sung By Richard Hayward and Delia Murphy Richard Hayward, 
The Hundred Best Short Songs - Book 1 - For Soprano, Mezzo Soprano and Tenor Voices Various Composers Selected by Elena Gerhardt, Sir George Henschel and Francis J. Harford, 
The Hundred Best Short Songs - Book 2 - for soprano, mezzo soprano and tenor Various Composers Selected by Elena Gerhardt, Sir George Henschel and Francis J. Harford, 
The Hungarian Schottische, W&M. Charles DAlbert,, 
The Hunt is Up . W&M: Old English Air, 
The Hunter, Favourite Songs with English and German Words contains Brahms , 
The Hunting Day - Song dedicated to the North Warwickshire Hunt Wm. Williams, 
The Hunting Day, dedicated to the North Warwickshire Hunt Wm. Williams, 
The Hymn of Praise. The Music Lovers Library No. 85 - (Contains piano and vocal selections) Medelssohn, 
The Hymn of the Allied Armies, . W&M: G Linley, 
The Iceberg (King Of The Northern Sea) - Key of E major, compass A to E Clifton Bingham and Stanley Gordon, 
The Icelandic National Anthem Mathhias Jochumsson, translated by Arthur Gook, 
The Idol Of My Heart Words and music - Webster O Fulton and Richard Stahl, 
The Imperial Volunteers March, W&M. Fabian Scott, , 
The Imps, Cake Walk Ezra Read, 
The Indian Boat - A Legendry Ballad Thomas Moore, 
The Infants Prayer Words and music - V Novello, 
The Invitation to the Ball - 6th Edition - AS sung by Miss Shirredd at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden in "Gustavus the Third or The Masqued Ball" The Poetry by B. Planche, music arranged by T. Cooke, 
The Ion Of Euripides as arranged for performance at Cambridge November 1890. In Greek and English Words and music - C Wood, 
The Irish Emigrant - Fourth Edition - As sung by G. Barker of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane Lady Duffrin and G. Barker, 
The Irish Mothers Lament - Song John Barton, 
The Island of Dreams - Sung by Edward Lloyd F E Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Island of Dreams - Sung by Edward Lloyd - Key of D major F E Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Isle Of Long Ago Words and music - F Osmond Carr and Smedley Norton, 
The Ivy - A Ballad Misses Crossman and C. Chittenden, 
The Ivy Green - Song Charles Dickens and Henry Russell, 
The Jackets Green - Song Michael Scanlan and Annie G Higgins, 
The Jailors song (He who bears the prison keys), aria sung by Mr Cook in The Armourer of Nantes, composed by J V Bridgeman & M W Balfe., 
The Jazz Me Blues Tom Delaney, 
The Jessie Waltz Words and music - H Koenig, 
The Jewel Song (Air des Bijoux) - Song from the Opera Faust - In the key of C Major for higher voice Henry F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Jewel Song - Song from the Opera Faust - In the key of B flat major Henry F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Jewel Song - Song from the opera Faust - In the key of D Major for low voice Henry F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Jewel Song - Song from the opera Faust - In the key of E Major for high voice Henry F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Jewel Song - Song from the opera Faust - In the key of E Major for high voice Henry F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Jewel Song - Song from the opera Faust - In the key of E Major for high voice Henry F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Jolly Smokers - Jovial Song - Hart & Co edition No. 966 D. F. Bradley and C. S. Bradley, 
The Journey Of Life Words and music - J J Bell and W Augustus Montgomery, 
The Jug of Punch - Irish Folk Song Alfred Perceval Graves, Arranged by Charles Wood, 
The Jupiter Waltzes, W&M. J P Willey, , 
The Keel Row, W&M: J Watson, 
The Keepsake - A Sequel to the Celebrated Song "The Cavalier" as ung by Miss Poole - Plate No. 883 Chas. W. Glover and W. H. Bellamy, 
The Keepsake Waltz . W&M: J.Wade, 
The Kelpie's Bride A Erskine Murray and J Durrner, 
The Kelpies Bride Words and music - A Erskine Murray and J Durrner, 
The King (Frederick King of Prussia), Military Fantasia of German National Melodies, W&M. Michael Watson, , 
The King and the Beggar Maid - Ballad Andrew Halliday & W C Levey, 
The King God Bless Him - The Admired Naional Air sung at the Concert Festivals Mr Braham and J R Planche Esq., 
The King of Kings - Sacred Song in Key of B flat for Low Voice - As sung by Mr Harper Kearton, Mr Egbert Roberts & Miss Hilda Wilson A. Horspool & Alfred Rawlings, 
The King of Kings - Sacred Song in Key of C for Medium Voice - As sung by Mr Harper Kearton, Mr Egbert Roberts & Miss Hilda Wilson A. Horspool & Alfred Rawlings, 
The King Of Love ( Yr Anwyl Oen) Words and music - Sir H Baker, Williams Pantycelyn and Tom Price, 
The King of love My Shepherd Is CH Gounod and Sir H W Baker, 
The King of Love My Shepherd Is C H Gounod, 
The King of love My Shepherd Is - Key of E flat major for Mezzo Soprano CH Gounod and Sir H W Baker, 
The King of love My Shepherd Is - Key of F major for Soprano or Tenor CH Gounod and Sir H W Baker, 
The King of the Air (Bass Song) - Christy's Minstrels Popular Songs for the Pianoforte - Musical Bouquet No. 1673 J. R. Thomas, 
The King of the Camp - Song in key of E flat Wilfrid Mills & Oscar Verne, 
The King of the Camp - Song in key of F major Wilfrid Mills & Oscar Verne, 
The King of the House is Baby - Francis, Day and Hunter Sixpenny Popular Edition No. 354 - Sung by Miss Vesta Tilley - For Voice and Piano Will Fieldhouse and Herbert Clark, 
The King's Highway - Song F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
The King's Highway - Song in the key of C major for higher voice F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
The King's Minstrel - Song sung by Signor Chilberti Hugh Conway & Ciro Pinsuti, 
The King's Minstrel - Song sung by Signor Chilberti in the key of G major for Bass voice Hugh Conway & Ciro Pinsuti, 
The King's Own - Song in the key of B flat major for Low Voice Herbert K Crofts and Theo Bonheur, 
The King's Own - Song in the key of C major for Low Voice Herbert K Crofts and Theo Bonheur, 
The King's Own - Song in the key of D major Herbert K Crofts and Theo Bonheur, 
The Kingdom Blest Words and music - Cotsford Dick, 
The Kings Champion Words and music - Michael Watson ans Edward Oxenford, 
The Kings Hussars galop, dedicated to the Officers of the Kings Hussars, W&M. M E S, , 
The Kings Wooing, sung by Mr Thurley Beale Words and music - D Christie Murray and Florian Pascal, 
The Kiss Of A Little Child Words and music - John Hullah and Charles J Rowe, 
The Knight of Old Words and music - E Sydenham and M J F, 
The Knight's Return, . W&M: G A MacFarren, 
The Knighthood of Valour . W&M: J Hidden, Major R Compton Noake., 
The Knights Vigil - Song No. 1 in key of F Oscar Verne, 
The Knights Vigil - Song No. 2 in key of A flat Oscar Verne, 
The Konigsburgh Polka, . W&M: C M, 
The LAd Who Wears The Pladdie. Scotch Popular Song Words and music - T H Bayley and Alexander Lee, 
The Ladder of Life - Song - In the key of C major for low voice Edward Oxenford and Ed St Quentin, 
The Ladder Of Life - Song - In the key of D major for high voice Edward Oxenford and Ed St Quentin, 
The Lads in Navy Blue - Price & Reynold's Sixpenny Series No. 23 Harry Dacre, 
The Lads in Red - Song J L Molloy, 
The Lads in Red - Song in the key of E flat major for low voice J L Molloy, 
The Lady of Shalott - Set to music for Mezzo-Soprano Solo and Soprano and Contralto Chorus - Curwen Edition No. 3684 Tennyson and Armstrong Gibbs, 
The Lady of The Lea - Song W H Bellamy and Henry Smart, 
The Lady of the Lea - Song - Sung by Madame Sainton Dolby W. H. Bellamy and Henry Smart, 
The Lady of the Lea - Song sung by Madame Sainton Dolby - For Voice and Piano W. H. Bellamy and Henry Smart, 
The Ladys letter by W H Bellamy & Charles W Glover., 
The Laird O loch Dee. Scotch Song Words and music - Jones Hunt and D R Munro, 
The Laird O' Cockpen & Robin Adair - Favourite Scotch Ballads with Piano Accompaniment - The Musical Bouquet No. 345 Traditional, 
The Land of Dreams - The Songs of Samuel Lover Series No. 7464 Samuel Lover , 
The Land of Dreams - Songs of Samuel Lover Series No. 7464 Samuel Lover, 
The Land of Home - Song - In the key of C major Hamilton Gray and Edward Teschemacher, 
The Land of Home - Song - In the key of E flat major for high voice Hamilton Gray and Edward Teschemacher, 
The Land of Little Children. With Violin obbligato Words and music - Alison Dene and Theo Bonheur, 
The Land of Long Ago - song Music - Dolores [pseud. for Elizabeth (Ellen) Dickson- 1819-78] Words - T. Westwood, 
The Land of Love Words and music - E Dudley Jackson and Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Land Of Nod Words and music - A Valdermar and A Morris Edwards, 
The Land of Promise - Sacred Melodies Series No. 1 W. Edwards Staite Esq. and Edward F. Rimbault, 
The Land of Rest - Song in the Key of C Major for Medium Voice M. Mark-Lemon and Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Land Of The Long Ago Words and music - Nixon Waterman and Percy Harrison, 
The Land of the West - Song Samuel Lover, 
The Land of the West - Sung by Agnes Taylor in Rory O More Samuel Lover, 
The Land Of Twilight Shadows Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Bryceson Treharne, 
The Land Of Twilight Shadows Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Bryceson Treharne, 
The Land Of Twlight Shadows Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Bryceson Treharne, 
The Land of Yesterday (Dolci Memorie!) - Song in Key of C for Medium Voice Clifton Bingham and Angelo Mascheroni, 
The Land We Love Words and music - Geo J Hicks and Edward St Quentin, 
The Land where the Angels are . W&M: W W Bright,J P Long, 
The Landlords Daughter - Descriptive Bass or Baritone Song - In the key of E flat major for low voice Longfellow and W H Jude, 
The Lark Now Leaves His Watery Nest - For Low Voice - Key of C major (E to F) Sir William Davenant and Horatio Parker, 
The Lass of Richmond Hill - Song - Paxton Edition No. 123 J. Hook, 
The Lassies We Leave Behind Us, W&M: G. Hubi Newcombe, Camille Daubert,, 
The Last Blessing. Ballad Words and music - Langton Williams and Leila, 
The Last Dream F E Weatherly and Frederic H Cowen, 
The Last Good Bye, . W&M: D Ryan, W V Wallace, 
The Last Man Words and music - T Campbell and William Hutchins Callcott, 
The Last Muster - From the celebrated picture by B Berkomer R A Juba Kennerley and Henry Pontet, 
The Last of the Boys Words and music - H G Murray and M Watson, 
The Last Roll Call (The Survivors Story) - As sung with enormous success by Will Atkins Charles Osborne, 
The Last Rose of Summer . W&M: J H Andrews., 
The Last Rose of Summer (from Moores Selection of Irish Melodies) - No. 2 in E for Mezzo Soprano Poetry by Thomas Moore, Music by Sir John Stevenson, 
The last rose of summer, from Moores Irish Melodies By Sir J Stevenson, 
The Last Rose of Summer, No1 of Perles Melodieuses, W&M. J T Stone, , 
The Last Stand, . W&M: WH Myddleton, 
The Last Sweet Words of Mother George Cooper & Charles E. Pratt, 
The Laughing Galop Op54, dedicated to Henry Smith, W&M. Henry Farmer, , 
The Laundryman - New Edition with Tonic Sol-Fa - Sung with Immense Success by Percy Beaufoi - Edition No. 272 R. E. Bays, 
The Lawlands O Holland. Song. Old Ballad Music by H Walford Davies (Op. 3, No. 6), 
The Lay of Pestal, No 1 from the piano forte book of popular melodies. W&M. O B Dussek., 
The Lay Of The Very Last Minstrel - Humorous Song - In the key of G major - Compass D to D Charles J Rowe and Lovett King, 
The Lay Of The Very Last Minstrel - Humorous Song - Key of A flat major Charles J Rowe and Lovett King, 
The Leaf That Reminds Me of Thee - Musical Bouquet No. 7479 - From "Songs of Samuel Lover" Samuel Lover, 
The Leather Bottel - The Popular Song as Sung by Santly - Howard and Co. Edition No. 285 Unknown composer, 
The Leaves have fallen to the ground - A Rural Ballad - Msuical Bouquet No. 6944 C. F. De Coenial and Daniel B. Lucas, 
The Leaves have fallen to the Ground - A Rural Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 6944 Daniel B. Lucas and C. F. De Coenial, 
The Lee Shore . W&M: H B Farnie, R Planquette, 
The Legend Of Madame Angot. From the celebrated opera La Fille de Madame Angot Words and music - Ch Lecocq and H J Byron, 
The Legend of The Bells, . W&M: H B Farnie, R Planquette, 
The Letter - No. 12 of the Songs of the Superstitions of Ireland Written and Composed by Samuel Lover Esq., 
The Letter Carrier - Descriptive Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 8709 Tom Mead and F. W. Venton, 
The Letter of Flowers - Song in Key of B flat - From the Musical Library Vol III Franz Schubert, 
The Letter That Never Came - Song Max Sturm and Paul Dresser, 
The Life Boat. Descriptive Song Words and music - George R Sims (words from the celebrated recitation) & Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Lifeboatman. Song Words and music - H Trotere, 
The Light Bark, W&M: A Mahony, J Craven., 
The Light Beyond Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Lincoln G Hall, 
The Light Beyond - Song - Allington Villaz & T R Ollerenshaw, 
The Light Guitar - The Celebrated Serenade Song John Barnett, 
The Light Of Heaven Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Edward Herbert, 
The Light Of Love Words and music - Meta Crowe and Charles Thackwray, 
The Light of Other Days . W&M: A Bunn, M W Balfe, 
The Light of Other Days - Ballad - Paxton Edition No. 58 Alfred Bunn and M. W. Balfe, 
The Light of Other Days - Ballad sung by Mr Phillips in the Grand Opera "The Maid of Artois" performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane Alfred Bunn Esq. and M. W. Balfe, 
The Light Of The World Frederic E Weatherly and Stephen Adams, 
The Light Of The World Words and music - Clifton Bingham and W H Jude, 
The Light Of The World. Sacred song Words and music - Gerald M Lane, 
The Lighthouse by the Sea (The Harbour Light) Song anmd Chorus for S.A.T.B - Paxton Edition No. 522 G. Davis, 
The Lighthouse Light - Song - For Mez-Sop. or Bar. in E William M. Hutchison, 
The Lights Of Home Words and music - Frank Amos and Hamilton Gray, 
The Lights of London Town Words and music - G R Sims, Louis Diehl, 
The Lilian Jubilee March, Popular marches played by the Regimental Bands of the British Army, dedicated to Mrs C J Stoddart, W&M. Charles Harvey, , 
The Lily of Killarney, . W&M: C Coote, 
The LIly of ther Valley, valse a deux tems, W&M. Charles DAlbert, , 
The Lilybell Polka Mazurka, W&M. Albert Rheinhold, , 
The Limetrees By The River Words and music - J P Douglas and G A Macfarren, 
The Linden Waltz . W&M: Hamilton Aide., 
The Link Divine Words and music - Alfred H Hyatt and Piccolomini, 
The Linnet Song Words and music - Lancelot Bruce and Walter Macfarren, 
The Lions on Guard, W&M. S Norton, F Osmond Carr,, 
The little Alabama Coon Words and music - Hattie Starr, 
The little Alabama Coon, Old time favourite - Featuring Nellie Richards Hattie Starr, 
The Little Cooks - An Action Song for School Concerts Tom Pierce Cowling and R. Hyslop McCartney, 
The Little Dustman, from Germania. Favourite German Songs Words and music - J Brahms, 
The Little False Bee . W&M: Walter Turnbull, 
The Little Guy Fawkes, . W&M: J Bertram, 
The Little Hero - Song in the key of B flat mjor for Low voice Arthur Matthison and Stephen Adams, 
The Little Hero - Song in the key of C major for Medium voice Arthur Matthison and Stephen Adams, 
The Little Mandarin, W&M. F E Weatherly, W M Hutchison, , 
The Little Michus - Lancers for Piano Andre Messager & Dan Godfrey, 
The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane - As performed by the Christy Minstrels Traditional arrangement, 
The Little One That Died - Solo and Chorus Sung by the Christy Minstrels, 
The Little Quakeress Words and music - E M Jackson and Odoardo Barri, 
The Little Road To Bethlehem - Song Margaret Rose and Micheal Head, 
The Little Sandman. Words and music - E Teschemacher and Joh Brahms, 
The Little Spring Beside My Cabin Home - Admired Ballad - Musical Boquuet No. 6128 T. P. Westendorf and G. W. Persley, 
The Little Vulgar Boy, . W&M: W H Jude, 
The Little White Cot by the Mill - Musical Bouquet No. 8946 Roselinda and C. A. White, 
The Lone Rock - Sacred Song The Revd. T. V. Fosberry and Jane Smith, 
The Lonely Rose - The Admired Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 8513 E. Fitzball & M. W. Balfe, 
The Long and Weary Day (The Widow'd Maiden) Words and music - F Silcher, 
The Long Day is Over. Lullaby Words and music - A Vadelmar and Arthur L Sowerby, 
The Longshoreman - Key of F major for high voice Edward Chesham and Philip Dayson, 
The Longshoreman - Song in the key of E major for Lower voice Edward Chesham and Philip Dayson, 
The Lord is Love, . W&M: Theo. Bonheur,, 
The Lord is my Shepherd (Yr Arglwydd yw fy Mugail), sacred song for soprano or tenor from David & Goliath by David Jenkins., 
The Lord Is My Shepherd, N. Löhr,, 
The Lost Child - Comic Song Tom Hood, 
The Lost Chord Julian A. Proctor, Julian Mount, 
The Lost Chord - Song as performed by Madame Antoinette Sterling - In the key of E flat major for low voice Adelaide Anne Proctor and Arthur Sullivan, 
The Lost Chord - Song as performed by Madame Antoinette Sterling - In the key of F major Adelaide Anne Proctor and Arthur Sullivan, 
The Lost Chord - Song as performed by Madame Antoinette Sterling - In the key of G major for higher voice Adelaide Anne Proctor and Arthur Sullivan, 
The Lost Voice (A song of the Ammonia Phone), W&M. P G Mocatta, A Allen,, 
The Lotus Flower Words and music - George Linley and Robert Schumann, 
The Lotus Flower. English and German Words Words and music - Schumann and E Pauer, 
The Lovd of other years, ballad dedicated to J D Loder Words and music - H A Allen and J Bishop, 
The Love-Thread. Words and music - B Abercrombie, J Hatton., 
The Loveknot (Polka de Salon) . W&M: A.T.Mc.Evoy., 
The Lover and the Bird - Ballad - As sung by Miss Liebhart - In the key of C major for Mezzo Soprano John Oxenford and P D Guglielmo, 
The Lover and the Bird - Ballad - As sung by Miss Liebhart - In the key of C major for Mezzo Soprano John Oxenford and P D Guglielmo, 
The Lover and the Bird - Ballad - As sung by Miss Liebhart - In the key of E flat major for Soprano John Oxenford and P D Guglielmo, 
The Lover and the Bird - Ballad - As sung by Miss Liebhart - In the key of E flat major for Soprano John Oxenford and P D Guglielmo, 
The Lover and the Bird - Ballad - Key of C major for Mezzo Soprano John Oxenford and P D Guglielmo, 
The Lover and the Bird - Ballad - Musical Bouquet No. 9144 John Oxenford & P. D. Guglielmo, 
The Lover to his Mistress - A Four Part Song - Arranged by Thos. Olophant Hony. Secretary to the Madrigal Society John Bennet, 
The Lover's Letter Box A. Trail and W. T. Wrighton, 
The Lovers Farewell - A Favourite Spanish ballad - The Musical Boquuet No. 235 - For Voice and Pianoforte Spanish Ballad, 
The Low Backed Car, . W&M: S Lover, 
The Lugger (Prize Song) J.B. Walker and N.J. Sporle, 
The Lurline Polka, from Wallaces Opera, Words and music - Charles DAlbert, , 
The Lute (Come to Me Ill Comfort Thee) - Song in the key of G major W H Hodges and C Keller, 
The Mafeking Heroes March - Dedicated to Lieut. Gen. Baden Powell Ezra Read, 
The Magic Fower. A cantata for treble voices Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Frederick F Rogers, 
The Magic Harp, . W&M: Immanuel Liebich, 
The Magic Harp, . W&M: J T Trekell, 
The Maid I Love . W&M: J Edwards, 
The Maid I Love is Six Years Old - Ballad Hamilton Aide, 
The Maid of Falmouth Town, . W&M: J Wilbraham, F Cellier, 
The Maid of Judah (Das Madchen von Juda), No.170 of Germania, a collection of favourite German songs with English words, Third series, Composed by Kucken, 
The Maid of judah - Desriptive Ballad as sung by The Musical Sisters The Misses Wybrow at the Grand Musical Festivals - Tenth Edition Music and Poetry by Charles Sloman, 
The Maid of Judea (Das Madchen von Juda) by Fred. Kucken., 
The Maid of Llangollen - Song J Clarke, 
The Maid of Lodi - song from "The Siege of Belgrade" arranged as an Elegant Fantasia Arr: Adam Wright, 
The Maid of Malabar F. E. Weatherly and S. Adams, 
The Maid of Porty Shee from Manx National songs, sung & arranged by H Lane Wilson, edited by W H Gill., 
The Maid of the Mill - In the Key of A flat major for high voice - As sung by Mr Edward Lloyd Hamilton Aide & Stephen Adams, 
The Maid of the Mill - In the Key of E flat major for low voice - As sung by Mr Edward Lloyd Hamilton Aide & Stephen Adams, 
The Maid of the Mill - In the Key of G major - As sung by Mr Edward Lloyd Hamilton Aide & Stephen Adams, 
The Maid of the Mill - Song - In the key of F major - As sung by Mr Edward Lloys Hamilton Aide & Stephen Adams, 
The Maid of the Mountain . W&M: W Wilson, 
The Maid on the Mill waltz, on Stephen Adams popular song, W&M. J Liddell, , 
The maiden and the bird, Songs with an accompaniment of the piano and one (or more) instruments obligato (clarinet or cello or violin or flute) Words and music - L Spohr, 
The Maiden and the Butterfly - Song R E Wegener, Eugen D'Albert, 
The Maiden And The Knight . W&M: C.Howitt, W.W.Meadows, 
The Maiden of Judah, das Maidchen von Juda F Kucken, 
The Maiden's Prayer E. Cympson, 
The Maiden's Prayer, Fairy Wedding Waltz. W&M: T.Badarzewska, J.W.Turner., 
The Maidens Smile Words and music - Joseph Varey, 
The Maids of Merry England Words and music - Richard Wynne and James Perring, 
The Maids of Merry England - Ballad as sung by Mr S. W. New and dedicated to Mils Mary Ann Travis Richard Wynne Esq. and James Perring, 
The Man At The Nore, . W&M: J London, 
The Man of Sorrows, No. 2 in C Words and music - Wilfred Mills and Joseph H Adams, 
The Man of War - As sung by Herr Formes George Hodder and J. L. Hatton, 
The Man of War, sung by Herr Formes, W&M. George Hodder, J L Hatton, , 
The Man on the Flying Trapeze - Featuring Romo Vincent with Hawaiian Guitar Solo George Leybourne and Alfred Lee arranged by Nick Manoloff with Hawaiian Guitar Solo, 
The Maniac - Celebrated Scena from Henry Russells songs, ballads, scenas & C. No. 5 Henry Russell, 
The Maniac - Celebrated Scena from Henry Russells songs, ballads, scenas & C. No. 5 Henry Russell, part of the words by Leigh Cliff, 
The March of the Cameron Men, The Campbells Are Coming . W&M: E.Berger,, 
The March of the Men of Garlic - Dedicated to Joseph Clegg Esq. Liverpool John F. McArdle, 
The March Of THe Men Of Harlech Words and music - Anonymous, 
The Marchesa Waltz, W&M. J H Wolton,, 
The Mariner's Star - Song H Loveday, 
The Mariners Guide (The Mixen Buoy) Words and music - Llewellyn V Rees and Charles D Ace, 
The Mariners Knell - Ballad - Published for the benefit of The Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners Benevolent Society Poetry by Miss yates, The Music Composed by Mr Sigmont, 
The Mariners Star - Song H Loveday,, 
The Market on Saturday Night - Song Ed. Harrigan, Music by Dave Braham, 
The Market on Saturday Night - Song Ed. Harrigan, Music by Dave Braham, 
The Marlborough Music Books No. 102 - Humorous SOngs - Second Selection Various Composers, 
The Marlborough Music Books No. 32 - Macdermott's Comic Album Various Composers, 
The Marlborough Music Books Series No. 148 - Minstrel Songs (Twentysecond Selection) Various Composers, 
The Marlborough Music Books Series No. 205 - Album of Popular Favourite Songs No. 2 Various Composers, 
The Marlborough Music Books Series No. 64 - Minstrel Songs (Ninth Selection) Various Composers, 
The Marlborough Music Books Series No. 70 - Minstrel Songs (Eleventh Selection) Various Composers, 
The Marseillaise Words and music - Transcribed by J Favre, 
The Marseillaise. With French and English words Words and music - G J Van Eyken, 
The Marseilles Hymn . W&M: Rouget Delisle, 
The Mask, . W&M: B Browning, Beta, 
The Masquerade Words and music - Michael Watson, 
The Masterpeices of Variety - Music Hall Memories, Arthur Roberts pictured on Front, Part 17 Various composers, 
The Match Boy - A Favourite Song sung by Mr Dignum at Vauxhall Gardens Mr Hook, 
The Maud Valse . W&M: H Laurent., 
The May Morn of Life. Ballad. Miss Palmer in Herne the Hunter Words and music - W M Lutz, 
The May Night (Die Mainacht) - Op. 43, No. 2 - Key of F major - English and German words Johannes Brahms, translation by Elisabeth M. Lockwood, 
The May Queen Words and music - Alfred Tennyson and S Glover, 
The Meeting of the Waters - (Old Irish Song) - Arnold's Descant Series No. D 38 Thomas Moore arranged by Thomas Dunhill, 
The Meeting of the Waters - (The old head of Denis) Thomas Moore, 
The Memory of Song, W&M. E West, Rev C T Driffield,, 
The Men of Merry England, . W&M: J B Geoghegan, John Blockley, 
The Mermaid. Popular Song With Chorus for Four Voices Words and music - Anonymous, 
The Mermaids Cave - Sung with acclamation by Miss Hughes H F Gould and C E Horn, 
The Mermaids Song Haydn, 
The Mermaids Song (Blossoms of Opera) . W&M: Arr.J.Andre,, 
The Merry England - Waltzes H S Roberts, , 
The Merry Flageolet - A Song - Sung at the Theatre Royal English Opera House - By Miss Boden - In Mr Peake's Favourite Musical Entertainment - Entitled "Before Breakfast" John Barnett, 
The merry gipsies life, a celebrated round from Preciosa, W&M. Carl von Weber & Sidney Waller, arranged by L Zerbini, , 
The Merry Gypsies, a glee for three voices, W&M. T Welsh,, 
The Merry Laugh For Me. The popular song Words and music - W West, 
The Merry Little Gipsy. Ballad Words and music - E Fitzball and M W Balfe, 
The Merry Midnight Polka . W&M: Henry Farmer, 
The Merry Monk F E Weatherly and Frederick Bevan, 
The Merry Moonlight Hour, W&M. J Thompson,, 
The Merry Mountain Maid - Ballad Stephen Glover, 
The Merry Mountain Maid - Ballad Stephen Glover, 
The Merry Mountain Pipe, ballad Words and music - J BHolland and J A Barnett, 
The Merry Muleteer Words and music - J P Knight, 
The Merry Sunshine. Ballad Words and music - John Lee, 
The Merry Swiss Boy (Der Schweizerbue) with English & German Words - Musical Bouquet No. 3392 Arranged by J. Moscheles, 
The Message - Song - In the key of C major Miss A Procter and Jacques Blumenthal, 
The Message - Song - In the key of D major for Low Voice Miss A Procter and Jacques Blumenthal, 
The Message - Song - In the key of F major for high voice Miss A Procter and Jacques Blumenthal, 
The Message Bearers - Key of C major for high voice Mahala kent, 
The Meynell Hunt . W&M: F Cotton, 
The Midnight Ride - Song - Dedicated to his Friend Charles E. Wurtzburg Esq. Leeds C. J. Rowe and Henry Smart, 
The Midshipmite - Song in the key of B flat major for Low voice Fred Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The Midshipmite - Song in the key of C major for medium voice Fred Weatherly & Stephen Adams, 
The mighty master smild to see Handel, 
The Military Schottische, W&M. J G Jones,, 
The Milkmaids song - in D minor (compass D to F sharp) song with pianoforte accompaniment Charles V Stanford and Alfred Tennyson, 
The Milkmaids song - in F minor (compass F to A) song with pianoforte accompaniment Charles V Stanford and Alfred Tennyson, 
The Mill Wheel . W&M: Volkslied von Gluck, 
The Mill Wheel in Yonder Sheltered Valley - W. Paxton Edition No. 1083 Silcher, 
The Mill Wheel (In Einem Kuhlen Grunde) - Musical Bouquet No. 2795 - Admired Songs & Ballads with Pianoforte accompaniments series John Baker, 
The Mill. W&M: A Murray., 
The Miller by John Wodderspoon & W H Weiss., 
The Miller of the Dee (There was a Jolly Miller) - Favourite Old English Song - Paxton Edition No. 128 Trad. arrangement, 
The Miller of the Dee - There was a Jolly Miller - Favourite Old English Song Traditional Arrangement, 
The Millers Daughter Words and music - Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Millers Daughter - As sung by Mr Seymour Jackson Lord Tennyson and Siegfried Renn, 
The Miner Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Kent Sutton, 
The Miner and The Rose - song W T Webb, R Donnelly, 
The Miner's Dream H.T. Bray and John Neat, 
The Minnesinger's Dream - Song with Piano Forte accompaniment Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart, 
The Minnie Polka, W&M. Jullien, , 
The Minstrel Boy by Bernard Austin., 
The Minstrel Boy - From "A selection of Irish Melodies" - arranged with Symphonies and accompaniment Thomas Moore & Sir John Stevenson, 
The Minstrel Boy, W&M: T Moore, J Stevenson., 
The Minstrel Boy, from Moore's Irish Melodies Sir John Stevenson, 
The Minstrel Boy, Reminiscences Of Ireland. W&M: F.Godfrey., 
The Minstrel Boy, sung by Miss Paton, W&M. Thomas Moore & John Stevenson, , 
The Minstrel Boy. Arranged with Symphonies and Accompaniment Words and music - Thomas Moore & J B Waldeck, 
The Minstrel Boy. Irish Melody (The Moreen) and The Harp That Once Thro Taras Halls (Gramachree) Words and music - Thomas Moore and John Thomas, 
The Minstrel Old and Grey. Ballad Words and music - G Linnaeus Banks and G H Payn, 
The Minstrelsy of England - Standard English Songs - Volume 1 - 180 Songs - Augener's Edition No. 8927a Various composers, supplemental notes by Edmondstoune Duncan, 
The Minute Gun at Sea . W&M: E Donajowski, 
The Minute Gun at Sea - Duetto sung by Mrs Mountain and Mr Philipps in "Up All Night" or "The Smugglers Cave" M. P. King, 
The Mirrow. New Gavotte Song Words and music - A J Horspool and Theo Bonheur, 
The Miser - Song - No. 1in E flat - For Voice and Piano Glaxson Bellamy and J. E. Webster, 
The Misletoe Bough Ballad Words and music - Thomas H Bayly and Sir H R Bishop, 
The Mistletoe Bough - Ballad - For Piano and Voice Thomas H. Bayly Esq. and Sir H. R. Bishop, 
The Monk Within his Cell - Bass Song, from the Opera of 'Robin Hood' - Sung by Mr. Honey Music - G.A. MacFarren [1813-1887] Words - John Oxenford, 
The Monkey, . W&M: CML, Odoardo Barri, 
The Monkeys Wedding, Christys Minstrels T Kennick, W Notley, 
The Monks of Old - Musical Bouquet No. 7664 William Jones and Stephen Glover, 
The Monks of Old, song Words and music - S Glover and W Jones, 
The Moon Behind The Hill - Song T B Bishop, 
The Moon is out to-night Love - Song and Chorus as sung by St. James' Hall Christy Minstrels - Musical Boqueut No. 4403 W. S. Hayes, 
The Moon is out tonight, Love - New Edition with Tonic-Sol-Fa - Song and Chorus as sung by Christy Minstrels - London Music Publishing Stores Edition No. 96 W. S. Hays, 
The Moonlit Sea Serenade. The Christy Minstrels New Song Words and music - J R Thomas, 
The Moons Lullaby. Song for Low Voice Charles S Burnham, 
The Morning Hymn - No. 29 of Michael Costa's Oratorio "Eli" Michael Costa and William Bartholomew, 
The Morning Mists are wreathing love, serenade, W&M. J H Thomas, N J Sporle, , 
The Morning of The Year - Song from "The Red Hussar" in the key of B flat major for higher voice H P Stephens and Edward Solomon, 
The Morning Star - March - Broome's Music Series No. 839 L. Gautier, 
The Moss Rose and the Laurel (or "Valours Crown") George Waybrooke and H. P. Danks, 
The Moss Trooper Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Louis Diehl, 
The Mother's Message Song - Sung with Immense Success by Miss Maud Esmond - Paxton edition No. 1217 Thomas le Brunn, 
The Mother's Smile, . W&M: George Danskin, Volkslied, 
The Mother's Treasure (Baby Mine) - Paxton edition No. 271 H. Fisher & A. Johnston, 
The Mothers Farewell Words and music - Charles Jeffreys, 
The Mountain Maid, a ballad sung by Mr Sinclair at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London and by Madame Vestris at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, Edinburgh in the Burletta of Midas. W&M. John Sinclair,, 
The Mousers Magic Verses. German and English words (the child to walk three times round the trap and say) Words and music - Hugo Wolf, 
The Muleteer - Bolero - Song in Key of C major for Low voice Joseph H. Adams, 
The Muleteer - Bolero - Song in Key of D major for higher voice Joseph H. Adams, 
The Muleteer - Bolero Song in Key of D major for higher voice - Plate No. O & Co 2310a Joseph H. Adams, 
The Muleteer, ballad dedicated to Mrs Stockton, W&M. D OMeara, A Meves,, 
The Muleteers Evening Song, for one, two or three voices L Devereaux, 
The Muleteers Return, ballad dedicated to John Gifford, By S Nelson, , 
The Muleteers Song, Sung by Mr W Harrison in the opera of The Rose of Castille Words and music - E Falcouer and M W Balfe, 
The Mulligan Guard - As sung by the Christy Minstrels J F Pettit, 
The Mulligan Guard, W&M: V Mortel., 
The Murmering Brook, Imprumptu . W&M: F.Spindler, 
The Murmur of the Shell - Ballad as sung by Miss P. Horton The Hon. Mrs Norton, 
The Murmur of the Waterfall by A Dufaure, 
The Music Lovers Library - No. 47 - The Messiah Oratorio G. F. Handel, 
The Music Lovers Library - No. 49 - Stabat Mater Rossini, 
The Music Lovers Library No. 55 - The Mountaineers, the savoy opera, Words and Music Reginald Somerville, 
The Music Lovers' Library - No. 4 - Faust Ch. Gounod, 
The Music Lovers' Library - No. 77 - Favourite Songs by Franz Schubert - With the original German Lyrics and New English Versions Franz Schubert, English lyrics by Ed. Teschemacher, 
The Music Lovers' Library - No. 96 - Celebrated Contralto Songs Various Composers selected by Madame Clara Butt, 
The Music Of Life. Sacred Song Words and music - G B Blanchard, 
The Music of the Sea - Dedicated to G. A. Macfarren Esq. Marianne Walsh, 
The music to the Iphigenia in Tauris of Euripides Words and music - Charles Wood, English translation by A W Verrall, 
The Musical Box T. Moore esq. and J. Barnett, 
The Musical Home Journal No. 2 - Including an Editorial and interesting musical advertisements of the era Various Composers, 
The Musical Home Journal No. 32 - Including an Editorial and interesting musical advertisements of the era Various Composers, 
The Musical Home Journal No. 33 - Royal Wedding Number - Including an Editorial and interesting musical advertisements of the era Various Composers, 
The Musical Home Journal No. 34 - Including an Editorial and interesting musical advertisements of the era Various Composers, 
The Musical Keepsake for 1837, inc. Kathleen, Mary the pride of the Vale, The Sunny hours of Childhood, I would rest in the land of my birth, When from me thou rt Roaming & The sun beneath the Mountains Brow, W&M. J Harroway , C Jefferys, J E Carpenter, H Chester, , 
The Musical Library Various Composers, 
The Musical Million - No. 243, No. 8, Vol. 10 Various Composers, 
The Musical Million No.4 - Vol 10 Various Composers, 
The Mystery of The Midnight Moon - Recitation set to music - Performed by Nelson Jackson Clorinda Park, 
The Mystic Chime - Song - In the Key of F Major - For High Voice Ogilvie Mitchell and H. Round, 
The Name of Him I Love - Ballad for Voice and Piano George Linley and Rene Favarger, 
The National Schottisch, The New Fashionable German Dance - Musical Bouquet Edition No. 189 Unknown Composer, 
The National Waltz, for flute and piano, W&M. B Lee,, 
The National Waltz, including Auld Lang Syne, Blue Bells of Scotland, The Meeting of the Waters, Rule Britannia, Home Sweet Home, March of the Men of Harlech & God Save the Queen, W&M. Louis F Godard, , 
The Naval Brigade Words and music - H Manley and A Beresford, 
The Needful Browns - A Pecuniary Ditty - As Sung by Flo. Sidney - Musical Boquet No. 8203 F.W. Waithman and J. Sidney Jones, 
The New And The Old Song Words and music - J K Mitchell and J P Knight, 
The New Kingdom - Song Mary Mark Lemon and Berthold Tours, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 11 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 12 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 15 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 16 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 19 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 5 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 6 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 8 Vaious Composers, 
The New Portfolio of Copyright Songs and Music - No. 9 Vaious Composers, 
The Night Words and music - Hilaire Belloc and Peter Warlock, 
The Night Alarm Words and music - Southwell Alvey and Theo Bonheur, 
The Night Bell Galop - Known also as the Early Morning Galop - Key of F with Chorus - As performed by all the military bands J P Clarke, 
The Night has a Thousand Eyes -Song - In the key of A flat major for High Voice F W Bourdillon & Frank Lambert, 
The Night has a Thousand Eyes -Song - In the key of F major for Low Voice F W Bourdillon & Frank Lambert, 
The Nightingale - Song in the Key of E flat Major for High Voice F. E. Weatherly and Amy Elise Horrocks, 
The Nightingale song (You remember love), W&M. C Zeller, C P Wynne,, 
The Nightingale's Courtship, No. 1 in F, written expressly for, dedicated to and sung by Miss Evangeline Florence Words and music - Philip James Bailey and Felix Corbett, 
The Nightingales Call Words and music - Johann Brahms and Claude Aveling, 
The Nightingales Trill - Song in the key of F major Zeila and Wilhelm Ganz, 
The Nights, Featuring Clara Butt Words and music - B W Procter & Edward Murray, 
The Nipper's Lullaby . W&M: B Andrews, M B Spurr., 
The Norsemans Song Words and music - G H Newcombeand Jn C Ervini, 
The Oak and the Ivy, sung by Mr Ransford, composed by J E Carpenter & Edwin Ransford., 
The Office of the Holy Communion - Set to Music for a Chorus with Organ accompaniment E. H. Thorne, 
The Old Actor Words and music - G Hubi Newcombe, 
The Old Arm Chair - Ballad Henry Russell and Eliza Cook, 
The Old Arm Chair - popular English Song Eliza Cook and Henry Russell, 
The Old Armchair Words and music - J Hine, E Cook, 
The Old Barge - No. 2 in F A. H Behrend and Hugh Conway, 
The Old Brigade - Song composed and dedicated to Major General Goodenough - In the key of B flat major compass D to F F E Weatherly and Odoardo Barri, 
The Old Casket Words and music - Michael Watson, 
The Old Castle . W&M: F G Lemare., 
The Old Chorister Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Arnold Beresford, 
The Old clock on the Stairs Words and music - Longfelow, Lady Carew, 
The Old Clock on the Stairs, W&M. Longfellow, John Blockley, , 
The Old English Gentleman, an old ballad, W&M. Charles H Purday, , 
The Old English Lady, Companion to the Old English Gentleman, sung by Miss Vincent at the Surrey Theatre, W&M. C H Purday, C Pitt,, 
The Old Ferryman - Key of F major for low voice John Muir & M. Piccolomini, 
The Old Folks at Home Words and music - Jean Rosier, 
The Old Homestead Words and music - Claude Lyttleton and Hartwell Jones, 
The Old House At home. A Ballad sung by M H Phillips in the Grand opera Francis The First. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Words and music - J Haynes Bayly Esqr and E I Loder, 
The Old Kirk Yard - Ballad T H Bayly,, 
The Old Lock Words and music - Frederick E Weatherly and Milton Wellings, 
The Old Lock - Song No. 1 in C - Dedicated to Mme. Emile S. Enoch F. E. Weatherly and Milton Wellings, 
The Old Love and The New - Song - No. 2 in Key of G - Dedicated to Viscount Dupplin R. E. Francillon and Frederic H. Cowen, 
The Old Love And The New. from Little Miss Nobody Words and music - Harry Graham and Arthur E Godfrey, 
The Old Man's Dream of Home, Words and music - J E Carpenter, F Wallerstein, 
The Old Mill Wheel Words and music - Felix Gerard and Frederic Mullen, 
The Old Oak Tree G Morris, H Russell, 
The old oak tree Woodman spare that tree by G P Morris & T B Phipps., 
The Old Oaken Bucket . W&M: C Drumheller., 
The Old Rustic Bridge By The Mill - Song J P Skelly, 
The Old Rustic Gate - Ballad dedicated to Miss Tiffin J. H. Eccles and T. Longley, 
The Old Sexton - Ballad - Howard & Co edition No. 414 Henry Russell, 
The Old Sexton - Bass Song - Hart & Co edition No. 819 Henry Russell, 
The Old Sexton - Musical Bouquet No. 64 Henry Russell, 
The Old Sexton - Song - Paxton edition No. 319 Henry Russell, 
The Old Soldier - Song in the key of B flat major for medium voice Mark Ambient and Frederick Bevan, 
The Old Songs Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Walter Slaughter, 
The Old Sundial Gerald M Lane, 
The Old Toll Gate, sung by Arthur Lennard, W&M. E W Rogers, , 
The Old Year Words and music - R H Maister and A Scott Gatty, 
The One Sweet Face at Home, W&M. Stephen Glover,, 
The Open Window Words and music - Longfellow and Walter Maynard, 
The Opera Box Number 29. La Favorita Arranged by Michael Watson, 
The Orange Flower Wreath - Waltz - Composed expressly for and dedicated to Mrs Brabazon Lowther (On her Marriage) - Op. 15 Maurizio Lardelli , 
The Orange Garden - Song - Sung with immense success by Miss Geraldine Ulmar Geo. R. Sims and Ivan Caryll, 
The Original Imitator - Scene Comique - Song A. Mesnil, Naudin - W. and Lud, 
The Orphan . W&M: Charles Richardson, 
The Orpheus Galop, picturing Madame Ugalde as Eurydice from "Orphee aux Enfers", W&M. Offenbach,, 
The Ould Plaid Shawl - Song Francis A Fahy & Battison Haynes, 
The Ould Plaid Shawl - Song in the key of D major for High Voice Francis A Fahy & Battison Haynes, 
The Outcast Unknown - Song and Chorus - As sung by the Christy's Minstrels - Howard & Co No. 739 Paul Dresser, 
The Outlaw (Im King of the Forest Glade) - Song H Carl Schiller & Edward J Loder, 
The Outlaw or "King of the Forest Glade" - Song H Carl Schiller & Edward I Loder, 
The Outlaw or "King of the Forest Glade" - Song - Musical Bouquet - No. 5439 H Carl Schiller & Edward I Loder, 
The Outpost - Song in the key of C major for medium voice Ciro Pinsuti and Edward Oxenford, 
The Outpost Vigil - Song - No. 2 in F for medium voice Villiers Smart and Stanley Rivers, 
The Owl is Abroad - Caliban's Song in "The Tempest" (As altered in 1756) - For Male Voice John Christian Smith, 
The Oxford Graduated Round Book Selected and arranged by W. Gillies Whittaker, 
The Paper Chase - Early Pastimes Series of easy Piano pieces No. 9 William Smallwood, 
The Pardon came too late - Song Paul Dresser, 
The Parting - Song Maud Mellon, 
The Parting Song, The Brides Farewell to England, dedicated to Her Majesty the Queen, W&M. Stephen Glover, Charles Jefferys, , 
The Passing Of The Soul. With pianoforte and harmonium accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - Lewis Martyn and M Piccolomini, 
The Pathway of Light by Arthur J Baker & F R Rickman., 
The Penitent Words and music - B.Van de Water, 
The Peoples Music Library - No. 6 - Containing Ten Classical Songs for Medium Voice Various Composers, 
The Perfect Life, . W&M: C Lyttleton, H Jones, 
The Persecuted Policemen . W&M: C.Ward, 
The Petals of The Plum Tree, . W&M: S Jones, H Greenbank, 
The pianoforte edition of Songs and Tunes for Education having a bass which may be sung by male teachers Edited by John Curwen, Harmonies by James Turle, 
The Pic Nic Polka . W&M: J Pridham., 
The Piccaroon and Pretty Page, waltzes for the harp or piano, W&M. Thorley,, 
The Pick of the Bunch of Sailors Songs Various Composers, 
The Picture of Mothers Face - As sung by Miss Annie Holding - Words and Music, Tonic Sol-Fa and Old Notation - L.M.P.S Edition No. 595 Will Fieldhouse, 
The Picture That Is Turned Toward The Wall - Song Charles Graham, 
The Picture with its face turned to the Wall - The Popular Song - Howard and Co. edition no. 764 J. P. Skelly, 
The Pierrot And the Maid - Song Norman Reeve, 
The Pilgrim of Love (Orynthia, My Beloved!) - Song Sir Henry R. Bishop, 
The Pilgrim of Love - Popular English Song Traditional arrangement, 
The Pilgrim of Love, Favourite Song Words and music - Sir Henry R Bishop, 
The Pilgrims of the Night (Hark! Hark My Soul Angelic) Words and music - Rev. F Faber, arranged by Edward Travis, 
The Pilgrims of the Night, . W&M: J Favre, 
The Pilgrims Prayer - Song in the key of G major for high voice With Harmonium and violin accompaniment Ad Lib H L D Arcy Jaxone and M Piccolomini, 
The Pilgrims Prayer - Song With Harmonium and violin accompaniment Ad Lib H L D Arcy Jaxone and M Piccolomini, 
The Pilgrims. With Violin and Harmonium Ad Lib Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Edward St Quentin, 
The Pilot (Fear not but trust in providence wherever thou mayst be) - The Beautiful Song Thomas Haynes Bayly Esq., 
The Pilot - Song - Fear not but trust in providence Thomas H Bayly and S Nelson, 
The Piper of Love - Song in the key of F major for High voice J. A. Mc Donald and Molly Carew, 
The Place Where The Old Horse Died Major Whyte Melville, 
The Poets Life Words and music - Ellen Burroughs and Edward Edgar, 
The Poor Blind Boy. Number 11 of National Airs Words and music - C Czerny, 
The Popular Songs and Melodies of Scotland - Balmoral Edition Various Composers - Notes by G. Farquhar Graham, 
The Portret Galery No 30 - Lully Bois Epais - In the key of F major Lully, Arranged by Sinclair Williams, 
The Post Horn, German song adapted to English words Book 2, W&M. C Kreutzer, T Oliphant,, 
The Postillion - Song J L Molloy & F E Weatherly, 
The Powder and Patch Schottische, W&M. Carla Verona, , 
The Powder Monkey - An Old Salt's story - In the key of F major for low voice Michael Watson, 
The Powder Monkey - An old salt's story - In the key of G major for high voice Michael Watson, 
The Power of Love - Ballad for Soprano from Balfe's Popular Opera "Satanella" - Musical Bouquet No. 9066 Edmund Falconer, 
The Power of Love - Song sung by Louisa Pyne in the romantic opera Satanella or The Power of Love - In the key of B flat major E Falconer & M W Balfe, 
The Power of Love - Song sung by Louisa Pyne in the romantic opera Satanella or The Power of Love - In the key of C Major E Falconer & M W Balfe, 
The Pretty Creature . W&M: H. Lane Wilson, 
The Pretty girl That I Know, or the Girl With A Curl . W&M: G.W.Moore, arranged by A.Nish, 
The Pretty Little Flower And The Great Oak Tree. Ballad, from Ruddigore W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, 
The Pretty Little Girl From Nowhere - Song John Neat and E W Rogers, 
The Primroses (Die Schusselblumen), Frank Liszts Songs No 8. W&M. Liszt, Muller,, 
The Prince of Peace - Sacred Song in the key of D major for medium voice - With violin or organ accompaniment Ad Lib Stanhope Gray and D Auvergne Barnard, 
The Princess Louise, A Wedding March, W&M. Michael Watson, , 
The Princess Mary Adelaide Waltz, W&M: Hayes., 
The Prodigal Son . W&M: Nella, Henry Parker, 
The Professional Sacred Song, No.1 in D Words and music - C H Brizeux, English translation by Edward Cutler, Cesar Franck, 
The Promise Divine Words and music - Frederic W Paine and Norman Mc Leod Jones, 
The Promise of Life - Song - In the key of C major for low voice Clifton Bingham and Frederic Cowen, 
The Promise of Life - Song - In the key of D major Clifton Bingham and Frederic Cowen, 
The Promise of Life - Song - In the Key of E flat major for medium voice Clifton Bingham and Frederic Cowen, 
The Promise of Life - Song - In the key of F major for high voice Clifton Bingham and Frederic Cowen, 
The Promise Of The King - Sacred Song - With organ obbligato - In the key of B flat Major for high voice - Dedicated to Mrs W G Bourne of Ahmedabad Eric Broad and Oscar Verne, 
The Promise Of The King - Sacred Song - With organ obbligato - In the key of G Major for medium voice - Dedicated to Mrs W G Bourne of Ahmedabad Eric Broad and Oscar Verne, 
The Promised LAnd Words and music - Clifton Bingham and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Prussian National Hym, . W&M: Transcribed by J Favre, 
The Purity Brigade - Song from The Belle of New York Hugh Morton and Gustave Kerker, 
The Purple Heather Words and music - G Hubi Newcombe and Hamilton Gray, 
The Quakers Daughter Words and music - Michael Watson, 
The Queen, brilliant national fantasia on the airs of Heart of Oak, Rule Brittania & God Save the Queen, W&M. Michael Watson, , 
The Queens Birthday. Characteristic Rondo Words and music - Charles Martin, 
The Queens Song (Aria Della Regina). From The Lyric drama Gabriella Words and music - Emilio Pizzi, Fulvio Fulgonio and Mowbray Marras, 
The Radiant Morn - Song James Coleman and Rev. Godfrey Thring, 
The Radiant Morn - Song in the key of C major for lower voice James Coleman and Rev. Godfrey Thring, 
The Raft Words and music - C Pinsuti and C Rowe, 
The Railway Guard - Popular Song - Hart & Co edition No. 858 John Stamford, 
The Rainbow, The Musical Box No3, W&M. Benedict Roefs, , 
The Rainy Day Words and music - Longfellow and M Krohn, 
The Ramble in the Meadow, or When the leaves begin to fall . W&M: H Round, J F Mc Ardle, 
The Ratcatchers Daughter - No. 4 of Punch Edward F Rimbault, 
The Reaper Words and music - Longfellow and C A E Harris, 
The Reaper and Flowers Words and music - H W Longfellow and John Blockley, 
The Reaper and the Flowers Words and music - Longfellow, C E T Wills, 
The Reaper And The Flowers Words and music - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and J W Hobbs, 
The Reaper and the Flowers - Song - Dedicated to The Lady Caroline Murray H. W. Longfellow and Zeta, 
The Reaper and the Flowers - Song as sung by Mdme. Antoinette Sterling - No. 2 in key of F H. W. Longfellow and Frederic H. Cowen, 
The Reason Why - Humorous Song in the key of B flat major A Valdemar and Arthur Whitley, 
The Reason Why - Humorous Song in the key of B flat major for lower voice A Valdemar and Arthur Whitley, 
The Reason Why - Humorous Song in the key of C major for higher voice A Valdemar and Arthur Whitley, 
The Rebel. Freebooter songs No. 2 Words and music - William Wallace, 
The Red Rovers Song!, Dedicated to Joseph Strutt, W&M. Edmund Smith, Chevalier Sigismond Neukomm,, 
The Red White and Blue (Britannia The pride of the ocean) Patriotic popular song, 
The Refuge Of The Soul Words and music - Claude Littleton and Hartwell Jones, 
The Rejected Volunteer - Humorous song J Hickory Wood and Herbert Schartau, 
The reproof - A drawing room song - Adapted to Percy's Celebrated Melody of "Wapping old Stairs" - No. 455 of the Musical Treasury Richard Greville Pigot, 
The Requital Words and music - G A MacFarren and A A Procter, 
The Response, ballad sung by Catherine Hayes, W&M. W H Bellamy, C F Desances,, 
The Resurrection Morn. With Organ orHArmonium accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - Henry Vaughan and Paul Rodney, 
The Retreat, sung by The Orpheonistes, W&M. Laurent de Rille, George Linley, , 
The Return of the Admiral, sung by Henry Phillips, composed by Barry Cornwall & Henry Phillips., 
The Return Of The Victors (March) . W&M: I.Joyce,, 
The Revivalist Meeting - A Selection of the Most popular Hymns used by the Torrey Alexander and other Mission Arranged for the Pianoforte by Edward St. Quentin, 
The Riddle Of Life -Song Ballad - Sung by Madame Westris A Somerset Esq. and T German Reed, 
The Riderless Steed Words and music - J Anthony McDonald and Allen T Hussell, 
The Rifle Corps Polka Words and music - C W Smith, 
The Rifle Corps Waltzes, W&M. Charles DAlbert, , 
The Riflemens March, composed & Inscribed to the Patriotic Volunteers of Great Britain, W&M. Stephen Glover, , 
The Riflemens Polka, W&M. H D Vere,, 
The Ring Of The Anvil Words and music - D Tollemache and Theo Bonheur, 
The Rivals - Humourous Duet Broughton Black and Locksley Hastings, 
The River of Life - Song in the key of C major for Low Voice (Compass A to C) Joseph H. Adams, 
The River of Life - Song in the key of E flat major (Compass C to E) Joseph H. Adams, 
The River of Life - Song in the key of F major (Compass D to F) Joseph H. Adams, 
The River of Life - Song in the key of G major (Compass E to G) Joseph H. Adams, 
The River of Years Words and music - Mike Beverly & Theo Marzials, 
The Road to Fortune's Onward Boys - The Musical Treasury No.'s 765-6 - As sung by Mr. J. Matz W. Wills Taylor, arranged by J. Harroway, 
The Roadside Fire - Song from "Songs of Travel" in the key of C major for low voice Robert Louis Stevenson & Ralph Vaughan Williams, 
The Roadside Fire - Song from "Songs of Travel" in the key of D flat major for medium voice Robert Louis Stevenson & Ralph Vaughan Williams, 
The Roadside Fire, from "Songs of Travel" - Key of C major for Low voice Robert Louis Stevenson & Ralph Vaughan Williams, 
The Rock that is Higher than I Words and music - George Riches De Levante, William Wilson, 
The Roll Call. Patriotic Song Words and music - Joseph Black and George Douglass, 
The Romaika sung by Miss Paton, fom evenings in Greece Words and music - Thomas Moore Esqr., 
The Romany Lass Words and music - F E Weatherly and Stephen Adams, 
The Rosa Polka . W&M: Chas D'Albert, 
The Rosary - Key of D flat major for Soprano or Tenor Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Key of E flat major for Soprano or tenor Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Alto or Bass - In the key of D flat major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Mezzo Soprano or Baritone - In the key of B major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Mezzo Soprano or Baritone - In the key of C major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Mezzo Soprano or Baritone - In the key of E flat major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Mezzo Soprano or Tenor - In the key of C major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Soprano or Tenor - In the key of D flat major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Soprano or Tenor - In the key of E flat major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Soprano or Tenor - In the key of E flat major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rosary - Song - For Soprano or Tenor - In the key of E flat major Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 
The Rose Enslaves The Nightingale. Eastern Song Words and music - A Koltsov, Rosa Newmarch and M D Calvocoressi, 
The Rose Garden - Song in E flat major - For middle voice Austin Fleming and Laura G. Lemon, 
The Rose Is Sweeter For The Rain Words and music - Alfred Phillips and J W Wlliott, 
The Rose Of Allandale - Ballad - Musical Bouquet - No. 5373 Charles Jefferys and S Nelson, 
The Rose of Allandale - Ballad - Paxton & Co edition No. 307 Charles Jefferys & S. Nelson, 
The Rose of Allendale, Royal Band March, W&M. J Pridham, , 
The Rose of Cashmere Traditional., 
The Rose of Love Words and music - L Cocks, 
The Rose Of Our Alley . W&M: A.Chevalier, S.Tute,arr.C.Ingle, 
The Rose Shamrock & Thistle, A Rifle Corps Quadrille, including Kennures on and Awa, Home Sweet Home, Haste to the Wedding, Auld Lang Syne, The Young May Moon, My Heart is Sair for Somebody, The White Cockade & Boatmans Return, W&M. C C Amos, , 
The Rose, a favorite rondo sung at the Theatree Royal Drury Lane by Mr Braham, W&M. John Whitaker, , 
The Rose, The Queen of Flowers and The Patriot's Grand March - Composed expressly and presented gratis with No. 73 of the Young Ladies; Journal, Sept. 13, 1865 Various Composers, 
The Rosebud. A Ballad sung by Miss H Cawse Words and music - Burns and J Lodge Esqr, 
The Roses, . W&M: E Loibl, A Procter, 
The Rovers - Song - For a Contralto Voice Miss Sarah Doudney and Seymour Smith, 
The Row Polka - Composed on Comic French Airs - Jullien's Celebrated Polkas Series No. 20 Jullien, 
The Royal Blues Series of Valuable Copyright and popular gems by the best Composers - Series No. 89 Various Composers, 
The Royal Consort, quick march, with tonic solfa, . W&M: Samuel Norris, , 
The Rushlight - A Ballad - No. 204 of the Musical Treasury Eliza Cook & Henry Russell, 
The Russian Song Books Songs for a Soprano Voice Various Composers, arranged by Rosa Newmarch, 
The Russian Song Books Songs for a Soprano Voice - (First Volume) Various Composers, arranged by Rosa Newmarch, 
The Sail is Spread . W&M: Brinley Richards., 
The Sailor Boy . W&M: H S Leigh, R Planquette, 
The Sailor Sighs As Sinks His Native Shore Words and music - S Rogers, M W Balfe, 
The Sailor's Grave - For Piano and Voice The Revd. H. F. Lyte and Mrs Henry Shelton, 
The Sailor's Grave - Sung by Mr Braham at the Musical Festivals etc - For Piano and Voice The Revd. H. F. Lyte and Mrs Henry Shelton, 
The Sailor's Wife (Gwraig Y Morwr) - A Descriptive Ballad - New and Beautiful Vocal Gems Series No. 3 - For Mezzo Soprano with Piano accompaniment R. Davies Esq and Joseph Parry, 
The Sailors Farewell, Words and music - G A MacFarren, 
The Sailors Grave - Song H F Lyte and Arthur S Sullivan, 
The Sailors Knot . W&M: Stanley Cleve, 
The Sailors Polka, dedicated to Admiral Lyons, Marriot, , 
The Same Old Story (Twixt you And I) Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Annie Armstrong, 
The Sandman Words and music - Percy Pikerton and Johannes Brahms, 
The Sands o' Dee - Song Music - W. Glover Words - Rev.Charles Kingsley, 
The Sands of Dee - Key of E flat major for Low voice Charles Kingsley and Frederic Clay, 
The Saucy Old British Flag - A New Marital Song to an Old Marital Air with the Refrain Harmonized as a Chorus - As Sung by Mr Angus Fairbairn in the Scottish Entertainment of the Misses Bennet and Mr. Fairbairn - Thye Musical Treasury No. 725-6 J. A. Fairhbairn, 
The Saviour Of The World Words and music - Stanhope Gray, 
The Scenes of Home . W&M: G P Morris, M W Balfe, 
The Scent Of The Hay Words and music - Clifton Bingham and D Auvergne Barnard, 
The Scent of the Lilies - Key of C major A Rigby & G Cobb, 
The Scent of the Roses - Song in the Key of G Major for Medium Voice - Sung by Madame Belle Cole Michael Watson, 
The School of Jolly Dogs, or Slap Bang Here we are again . W&M: H Copeland., 
The Schottische Quadrille, W&M. DAlbert,, 
The Schottische, German Polka Waltz, W&M. , 
The Scottisch Polka, W&M. , 
The Scottish Blues Bells - With Tonic Sol-fa - Paxton edition no. 755 C. D. Sillery & George Barker, 
The Scottish Emigrants Farewell, W&M. Alexander Hume, T S Gleadhill, , 
The Scottish Rights Schottische, including Carl Now the Kings Come & Scotland Yet, W&M. , 
The Scout ( A Troopers Ditty) Words and music - H B Farnie and F Campana, 
The Sea Hath Its Pearls Words and music - Longfelow and Charles Vincent, 
The Sea Is Merry Englands, song . W&M: C Young, John Blockley, 
The Sea Nymph's Song . W&M: P D Guglielmo, T H March, 
The Sea Of Life. Sacred Song Words and music - Ethel Paterson and Gatty Sellars, 
The Sea's Lullaby - Sung by Miss Wakefield H. E. B. and A. C. Macleod, 
The Seasons of Life Spring, dedicated to Lady Pigot, by J Ouseley & L Geronimo., 
The Seasons, Spring Summer Autumn Winter, a piano duet, W&M. Haydn, Arr. William H Callcott, , 
The Secret of Her Birth - Duet - As sung by Miss Rainforth and Mr Harrison at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in the Opera of ''The Bohemian Girl'' M. W. Balfe, 
The Self Banished . W&M: John Blow, Edited by: Michael Tippett, Walter Bergmann, 
The Self Made Knight. Song from Billee Taylor Words and music - H P Stephens and E Solomon, 
The Sentinel Asleep Words and music - Arthur Lamb and Harry von Tilzer, 
The Sentinel. (Die Schildwache) Holzel, 
The Sentrys Song. From Ialanthe Words and music - W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, 
The Sepulchre (They bore him to the rocky tomb), W&M. Marian, Stephen Glover, , 
The Serenade . W&M: W H Callcott, Donizetti., 
The Serenade - Deutsche Lyra No. 65 - A Collection of the Clafsical Operatic Popular and National Songs of Germany - As sung at the Private Musical Soirees of Her Most Gracious Majesty and The Nobility Schubert, 
The Serenader Words and music - Theo Bonheur, 
The Sergeants Wedding Words and music - Edward St Quentin, 
The Shade of the Palm - Song as introduced in the successful Musical Comedy Florodora Leslie Stuart, 
The Shades of Evening Close Around Words and music - C Stephenson, F Clay, 
The Shadow Of The Sword Words and music - Arthur Chapman and M H P Piccolomini, 
The Shake Of THe Hand. Words and music - John Blockley and Talhaiarn, 
The Shamrock of Old Ireland Frederic Maccabe, 
The Shamrock Polka, W&M. by an Officer in the 2nd Life Guards,, 
The Sheperd Boy, W&M: G Wilson., 
The Shepherd Boy - Musical Bouquet no. 8003 G D Wilson, 
The Shepherd King. With organ and harmonium Ad Lib Words and music - Southwell Alvey and Oscar Verne, 
The Shepherd of Love - Song Llewellyn Davies and M Piccolomini, 
The Shepherd Of The Fold. Sacred sond. With Violin and Harmonium accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - Stanhope Gray and D Auvergne Barnard, 
The Shepherd on the Rock (Der Hirt auf dem Felsen) F. Schubert, 
The Shepherd's Lament (La Plainte du Berger) - For Piano and Voice R. H. Elkin arranged by A. L., 
The Shepherdess (or Look before you leap) - From Four Action Songs Series M. C. Gillington and Lionel Elliott, 
The Shepherdess of the Alps - Song Music - G. Emanuele Biletta [b.1803 flourished 1840's] Words - George Linley Sung by Miss Dolby, 
The Shepherds song (Easy is my bed) Words and music - Sir Walter Scott (from the Gaelic of Robert Mackay) and Arthur C Haden, 
The Shepherds Winter Song Words and music - P R Czapek, T Oliphant, 
The Ship I Love - Sung with Immense success by Tom Costello Felix McGlennon, 
The Ship on Fire - Musical Bouquet No. 9148-9 Charles Mackay and Henry Russell, 
The ship on fire, No.15 Mr Henry Russells vocal music Words and music - Henry Russell and Charles Mackay, 
The Ship that never Returned Words and music - W M Dickinson and Henry C Work, 
The Shower Went Forth Sowing. Sacred Song Words and music - James Coleman, 
The Sign of the Cross - Song - In the key of F major for low voice Stanhope Gray & Theo Bonheur, 
The Sign of the Cross - Song - In the key of G major for high voice Stanhope Gray & Theo Bonheur, 
The Signalman. Descriptive Song Words and music - Captain Juba Kennerly and Henry Pontet, 
The Signet Ring - Baritone Song In the key of C major for Low Voice J.P. Douglas and Michael Watson, 
The Silent Lute Words and music - B D Israeli M P and E Almond, 
The Silver Falls Words and music - Cuthbert Franklin and H Elliott Lath, 
The Silver Moon Is Keeping Watch Words and music - Thomas Oliphant, John L Hatton, 
The Silver Rhine, . W&M: WHutchison, D'arcy Jaxone, 
The Silver Ring - L'Anneu D'Argent - Song with lyrics in English and French - In the key of F major for High Voice French Words by Rosemonde Gerard, English Version by Eugene Oudin and C Chaminade, 
The Silver Star . W&M: Herbert Walther, G F Pamphilon, 
The Silver Star of Love, from Florodora . W&M: L Stuart, 
The Silver Wedding March, . W&M: C E Hirst., 
The Silver Wedding Waltz, Jane Walker,, 
The Singer - Song in the key of C major for Low Voice Frederick Arthur and Agnes H Lambert, 
The Singing Lesson (A. B. C.) - Vocal Duet Written and Composed by John Parry, 
The Singing Lesson (A. B. C.) - Vocal Duet Written and Composed by John Parry, 
The Skipper - Song - In the key of B flat major for Low Voice F J Dennett & W H Jude, 
The Skipper - Song - In the key of C major for Medium Voice F J Dennett & W H Jude, 
The Skipper and his Boy - Song Music - Virginia Gabriel [1825-1877] Words - Hamilton Aide [1826-1906], 
The Skippers Home - Song - In the key of A major for lower voice - As sung by Mr Leo Stormont Clifton Bingham and Leslie Conyers, 
The Skippers Home - Song - In the key of C major for high voice - As sung by Mr Leo Stormont Clifton Bingham and Leslie Conyers, 
The Slave (Der Sclave) Words and music - Franz Keizer, 
The Slave Girls Love . W&M: J E Carpenter, Edward Land., 
The Slave Ship, W&M. Henry Russell, , 
The Slaves Dream Words and music - Longfellow and Chas Thackwray, 
The Slaves Dream, W&M. Longfellow, W H Weiss, , 
The Sleep of Sorrow and the Dream of Joy - Dedicated to Mrs Hercules MacDonnell John Francis Waller and Francis Robinson , 
The slighted swain, Old English melody Arranged by H Lane Wilson, 
The Slipper Galop - Dedicated by express permission to their royal highnesses the prince and princess of teck W H Montgomery, 
The Smuggler Words and music - Charles Searle and Fabio Campana, 
The Smuggler - For Bass or Baritone voice Gunby Hadath and Arnold Beresford, 
The Smugglerrs Queen Words and music - Arthur Chapman and Theo Bonheur, 
The Snow Queen, polka, W&M. T S Larbalestier, , 
The Snowdrop Polka - For Piano C D Blake, 
The Snowy Breasted Pearl - Song - In the key of D major for higher voice Stephen Edward De Vere and Joseph Robinson, 
The Snowy Breasted Pearl - Song - In the key of E flat major Stephen Edward De Vere and Joseph Robinson, 
The Snowy Breasted Pearl - Song - In the key of F major for high voice Stephen Edward De Vere and Joseph Robinson, 
The Snowy Breasted Pearl. From songs of the four nations Words and music - Harold Boulton and Arthur Somervell, 
The Soldier brave (Y Milwr Dewr) - 26 New Songs Series, Bass and Contralto Songs No. 16 - For Bass Voice in Key of C flat D. R. Griffiths and Rev. John Gordon Jones, Dr Joseph Parry, 
The Soldier Of The Cross Words and music - Wilfrid Mills and M Piccolomini, 
The Soldiers Adieu on the Eve of a Battle, with accompaniment for the German flute, W&M. unknown, , 
The Soldiers Dream, desriptive fantasia, W&M. J Pridham, , 
The soldiers dream, No.6 of collection of songs & ballads by Thomas Atwood & F Campbell., 
The Soldiers Friend - Song Nugent Taillefer and William Ireson, 
The Soldiers Grave (Not a drum was heard) Rev. C Wolfe & T Williams, 
The Soldiers letter (We are coming home tomorrow), with tonic sol fa, Words and music - Frank Wilder, , 
The Soldiers Return, . W&M: Zotti, 
The Soldiers Tear T H Bayly and A Lee, 
The Soldiers Tear - Admired Song - Musical Bouquet No. 3358 T. H. Bayley and Alexander Lee, 
The Song Folio - 19th Century Standard Vocal Music with accompaniment for Piano or Organ, by Favorite, Foreign and American Composers Various Composers, 
The Song for Me - Song No. 1 in Key of F major - As sung by Mme. Liebhart, Miss Gwynne, Miss Bessie Holt, Miss Annite Taite, Miss Ellis Walton, Mrs Riechelmann etc. John Enderssohn and Michael Watson, 
The Song Of Florian. A Pastoral Words and music - J E Carpenter and B Godard, 
The Song of Happier Years - Popular English Song William Jones and Stephen Glover, 
The Song of Hope - The Christian Graces No. 2 - Musical Bouquet Edition No. 7656 Charles Jeffreys and Stephen Glover, 
The Song of Hybrias the Cretan - Song - In the key of B flat major J W Elliott & Thomas Campbell, 
The Song of Hybrias the Cretan - Song - In the key of F major for low voice J W Elliott & Thomas Campbell, 
The Song of Hybrias the Cretan - Song - In the key of G major for high voice J W Elliott & Thomas Campbell, 
The Song of Life Words and music - Edward Teschemacher and Lovett King, 
The Song Of Love And Death Words and music - Charlton T Speer and Tennyson, 
The song of my choice - Ballad T. H. Bayly and L. van Beethoven, 
The Song of My Life, . W&M: E Teschemacher, Franco Leoni, 
The Song of Songs - For Low or Medium Voice in key of D Words from Solomons 'Song of Songs', Music composed by Maurice Jacobson, 
The Song of the Bee Words and music - John Streaks and W T Wrighton, 
The Song of The Blind Girl to Her Harp - with an accompaniment for the pianoforte or harp Charles Jefferys and Samuel Glover, 
The song of The olden time by Thomas Moore., 
The Song of the Season, . W&M: J Tate, B Macdonald, 
The Song of the Spanish Cavalier - Song in Key of G P. Klitz, 
The Song of the Steeple - Dedicated to James F. Graham Esqre. - As sung by the Popular Tenor Mr James Norrie - Musical Boquuet No. 8637 Monroe H. Rosenfeld, Edmund E. Price, 
The Song of the Thrush Walter Hastings and George Le Brunn, 
The Song That Reached My Heart - Song Julian Jordan, 
The Song That Reached My Heart - Song in the key of F major Julian Jordan, 
The Songs in Le Nozze di Figaro, Book 2 Words and music - Mozart, Edited by Albert Randegge, 
The Songs in Mozarts Don Giovanni - For Soprano (Donna Anna and Donna Elvira)) - Book 1 Mozart, Edited by Alberto Randegger - Words in English and Spanish, 
The Songs in Mozarts Don Giovanni - For Soprano (Zerlina) - Book 2 Mozart, Edited by Alberto Randegger, 
The Songs in the Tempest . W&M: W Defesch, 
The Songs My Mother Sang - A "Come all Ye" - Song in the key of D major for low voice Traditional arranged by Arthur E Grimshaw, 
The Songs My Mother Sang - A "Come all Ye" - Song in the key of E Flat major Traditional arranged by Arthur E Grimshaw, 
The songs of Charles Dibdin, chronologically arranged with notes historical, biographical, and critical and the music Vol.II The wind and the rain, The war is over, Cheap experience, The Irish wake, Rational Vanity, The Sheepshearers, Lovely Nan, Pope Joan, Love at Fifty & many more, 
The Songs Of England. The Royal Edition. Volume 1. A collection of 274 English melodies including traditional Ditties and the principal songs and ballads of the last 3 centuries Edited by J L Hatton and Eaton Faning, 
The Songs of Scotland - Volume II - Containing 143 songs J Pittman, Colin Brown & Charles Mackay,Edited by Myles B Foster, 
The Songs of Wales (Caneuon Cymru) - 62 songs, 203 pages - Royal Edition Edited by Brinley Richards, 
The Songs of Wales (Caneuon Cymru) - Revised 4th Edition - 72 songs - Royal Edition Edited by Brinley Richards, 
The Songs We Sang Together . W&M: J E Carpenter, Franz Abt, 
The Sorrows of the Heart - Ballad, sung by Mr. Whitworth in the Opera 'The Sicilian Bride' Music - M.W. Balfe [1808-1870] Words - Alfred Bunn, 
The Souls Awakening - Sacred Song - With accompaniments for Violin and Organ Ad Lib C Marston Haddock and G Percy Haddock, 
The Spanish Gipsy Words and music - Michael Watson, 
The Spell is broken we must part - Ballad - Most respectfully dedicated to her grace The Duchess of Canizzaro - Third Edition Juliet Bellchambers, 
The Spell of Song, Di Provenza il mar il suol, from the opera "La Traviata" W&M. J E Carpenter, Verdi,, 
The Spirit and the Stream - Song set to the Music of "The old arm chair" - No. 217 of the Musical Treasury Eliza Cook & Henry Russell, 
The Spirit of Light . W&M: J Ellison, M W Balfe., 
The Spirit of the Ball - Quadrilles W Youens, 
The spirits song, from Lalla Rookh by Thomas Moore & John Clarke., 
The Spring Has Come - Song in the key of E flat major for High Voice Maud Valerie White, 
The Springtime of Love, By Arthur Sturgess & Edmond Audran., 
The St. James's Song Books - Book 12 - New Songs by Ciro Pinsuiti Ciro Pinsuti and Mary Mark Lemon, 
The St. James's Song Books - Book 13 Odoardo Barri,Edward Oxenford, G. Clifton Bingham and Mary Mark lemon, 
The St. James's Song Books - Book 17 - New Songs Ciro Pinsuti, 
The St. James's Song Books - Book 18 - New Songs to Sing Various composers, 
The St. James's Song Books - Book 6 - Favourites Worth Singing Various Composers, 
The Standard - Patriotic Song Frank Hall and J. A. Cave, 
The Standard Bearer - (Die Fahnenwacht) GIO Allmann and Lindpainter, 
The Standard Bearer - (Die Fahnenwacht) - Song, sung by Herr Pischek The English Translation by G. F. Willis, Music by P. Lindpainter, 
The Standard Glee Book - Blow, Blow Thou Winter's Wind Stevens, 
The Standard Glee Book - If Love and All the World Were Young Webbe, 
The Standard Glee Book No.'s 29 and 30 - The Gipsies' Glee and Ah! How Sophia (Catch) W. Reeve and Webbe, 
The Star Among the Flowers - Ballad Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart, 
The Star and the Rock Alone (Allein) A. M. Storch - English words by Harcourt Russell, 
The Star Edition of Twelve Popular Plantation Songs Arranged for Solo Voice and optional Harmonised or Unison Chorus by R. W. Saar. Special Ukulele Arrangement by Bernard Russell, 
The Star in the Night - Valse a Deux Temps - Mad. Michau Davis - With Violin ad. lib Charles D' Albert, 
The Star O Robbie Burns - Song featuring Kenneth McKellar James Thomson and James Booth, 
The Star O Robbie Burns - Song in the key of B flat major James Thomson and James Booth, 
The Star Of Eve, Polka-Mazurka . W&M: H.Parker, 
The Star of France, valse a deux tems, W&M. Charles DAlbert, , 
The Star of Home Words and music - Charles Swain and B Hime, 
The Star of the Rhine, . W&M: J Arthur Owen, 
The Star Spangled Banner and Hail Columbia, American National songs, Trad. Arrangement,, 
The Starlit Dell - Song J E Carpenter and Stephen Glover, 
The Starry Pathway Words and music - Herbert J Branson and Henri Lamarque, 
The Stars are with the Voyager - Ballad The Late Thomas Hood and Henry Smart, 
The Stars Of Normandie F E Weatherly and S Adams, 
The Stars of Normandie - Song in the key of F major for High voice F E Weatherly and S Adams, 
The Steam Arm - As sung with rapturous applause at Vauxhall by Mr Buckingham and also by Mr Knight at the Ranelagh Gardens and Mr W. H. Williams and Mr Fitzwilliam at The London Theatres Written and Adapted to Music by H. V. Smith, 
The Steam Arm, Popular Comic Song with Pianoforte Accompaniment Arranged by Henry Miller, 
The Stile or Sixty Long Years Ago Words and music - Fred Hodgson, 
The Stirrup Cup, Charles Santleys famous song Words and music - H B Farnie and Signor L Arditi, 
The stone outside Dan Murphys door Words and music - J.P.Dane, 
The Storm - (Miserere Domini) Music - W. Glover [1819-1875] Words - Adelaide Anne Procter, 
The Stormfiend - Song in the key of C major Joseph L Roeckel and F Weatherly, 
The Stormfiend - Song in the key of D major Joseph L Roeckel and F Weatherly, 
The Story of a shilling . W&M: A Hall, 
The Story Of Old. Sacred Song Words and music - J Luke and R H Wilson, 
The Story Of The Cross Words and music - J W Witherington, 
The Story Of Years - Song - In the key of A major for low voice G Clifton Bingham and Frank L Moir, 
The Stowaway. Story of Carnavon Bay Words and music - W H Prince, 
The Strand Musical magazine, A Musical Monthly, Volume V, January to June, Edited by E Hatzfeld, , 
The Stranger and his Friend - Printed for the Benefit of the Evangelical Continental Society James Montgomery, 
The Strathspey King, Fantasia for Violin and Piano on Favourite Airs . W&M: J.S.Skinner, arranged by W.Hartley, 
The Streamlet, The Musical Box No1, W&M. Benedict Roefs, , 
The Sultans Polka, W&M. Chas. DAlbert,, 
The Summer Bloom Has Passed, W&M: G Linley, C Hay., 
The Summer Bloom Hath Passed. Ballad Words and music - George Linley, 
The Summer Boat. W&M: A.C.D.Riley, J.L.Gaynor., 
The Summer Dew Words and music - Edward J Gill and George Barker, 
The Summer Dew, sung by Mr Norman of the Christys Minstrels, W&M. Edward J Gill, George Barker, , 
The Summer Rest Words and music - J L Nicode, 
The sun flower, Irish melody, W&M. Thomas Moore & John Stevenson, , 
The Sun of Righteousness - With organ accompaniment Ad Lib - In the key of B flat major Arthur Philip Coxford and Shiel Dawson, 
The Sun of Righteousness - With organ accompaniment Ad Lib - In the key of C major for High Voice Arthur Philip Coxford and Shiel Dawson, 
The Sun of Righteousness - With organ accompaniment Ad Lib - In the key of F major for Low Voice Arthur Philip Coxford and Shiel Dawson, 
The Sun of Righteousness - With organ accompaniment Ad Lib - In the key of G major Arthur Philip Coxford and Shiel Dawson, 
The Sun's last Smile - Ballad - Wrriten for and sung by Mr Leigh Wilson - For Piano and Voice J. F. Waller and Edward Collier, 
The Sunflower - Dance dedicated to Walter G Hammond, Clytie, 
The Sunflower and the Sun - Sung by Ellaline Terriss in Hicks & Slaughters Musical "Blue Bell" at the Vaudeville Theatre Carrie W Colburn, C N Schneider & William H Penn, 
The Sunlight Of The Heart - Sossng as performed by The Christy Minstrells J E Allibone and Isaac Spiller, 
The Sunny Side Words and music - Gunby Hadath and Piccolomini, 
The Swallows - Song - In the key of A major for high voice Clifton Bingham & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Swallows - Song - In the key of F major for low voice Clifton Bingham & Frederic H. Cowen, 
The Swallows - Song - In the key of G major for medium voice Clifton Bingham & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Sweetest Flower that Blows - Song in E flat major - For low voice C. B. Hawley and Frederic Peterson, 
The Sweetest Flower That Blows - Song in the key of F major C B Hawley and Frederic Peterson, 
The Sweetest Love of All or "Dear Old Mother" - Song with Tonic Sol-Fa - Champion Edition No.6 - As Sung by J. E. Upton Thomas Maguire arranged by A. Petersen, 
The Sweetest Love of All or Dear old mother - Song Tom Maguire, 
The Sweetest Love of All or Dear old mother - Song featuring Charlie Charlton Tom Maguire, 
The Sweetest Song Words and music - G Hubi Newcombe and C Frances Lloyd, 
The Sweetest Voice of All . W&M: Clifton Bingham, Frederick Bevan, 
The Swiss Boy (Der Schweizerbue), a ballad, No1 of the Tyrolese Melodies, sung by Mrs Waylett Words and music - W Ball, I Moscheles, 
The Swiss Boy - A Ballad (No. 1of the Tyrolese Melodies) - As sung with the most rapturous Applause by Mrs Waylett - Plate No. 419 W. Ball, arranged by I. Moscheles, 
The Swiss Toy Girl or Rose Of Lucerne. Popular song Words and music - T Crampton, 
The Swiss Toy Girl, . W&M: Philomel & James Hyde, , 
The Switzer Maid - Swiss Air as sung by Madame Stockhausen at the Festivals and Concerts W. H. Bellamy Esq. and F. Stockhausen, 
The Sylph or Ladies Pocket Melodist Volume II All the town cherry ripe, Beautys grave, Bereft of thee my love, Even ng hours, Fly away silly maid, False love, I am not in Youth, Ill think of thee, Love at first sight, My cheerful home & more, 
The Tars Farewell - Ballad - In the key of D major for low voice F C Burnand and Stephen Adams, 
The Tars Farewell - Ballad - In the key of E flat for high voice F C Burnand and Stephen Adams, 
The Tars Return Words and music - E Marlowe, A Mora, 
The Tear (Die Thrane), Echoes from the Fatherland No3, with English & German Words, W&M. F W Kucken, Robert Lincoln Cocks, , 
The Tear of Sympathy . W&M: C Hicks, C Bicknell., 
The Tempest Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Edward St Quentin, 
The Tempest Words and music - W O Perkins, 
The Tempest Fiend - Song in the key of F major for Bass Voice T J Ouseley and Joseph H Adams, 
The Tempest Fiend - Song in the key of G major for High Voice T J Ouseley and Joseph H Adams, 
The Tempest King - Song - Key of D Minor - Sung with great success by Mr Watkin Mills Herbert Knowles Crofts and Oscar Verne, 
The Tempest of the Heart. Il Balen Del Suo Sorriso Words and music - Charles Jefferys and Verdi. Arranged by Charles W Glover, 
The Templar Words and music - Knight Summers and J F Duggan, 
The Temple Of Peace. With Piano Organ or Harmonium and Violin Accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Ed St Quentin, 
The Temptations of The Good Saint Anthony, . W&M: Rev Barham, 
The Tenor Album - The Marlborough Music Books Series No. 2 S. J. Arnold and John Braham, 
The Thorn - Paxton edition no. 19 - New Edition with Tonic Sol-fa Shield, 
The Thorn - Popular old English Ballad Shield and J O'Keefe, 
The Thorn - Popular old English Ballad Shield and Grenville Smart, 
The Thorn Blossom Words and music - M B Lucas and Hugh A Douglas, 
The Thorn Shield & The Bay of Biscay - Musical Bouquet No. 99 J Davy, 
The Thought of Home - Song in Key of C Written in Imitation of Moore by Frederick Ellis and Composed by Henry Hiles, 
The Thread of the Story, . W&M: L Gray, 
The Three Beggars - Song - In the key of C major for low voice - As sung by Mr F Barrington Foote F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
The Three Beggars - Song - In the key of D major for medium voice - As sung by Mr F Barrington Foote F E Weatherly and J L Molloy, 
The Three Bells Polka - Fourth Edition - Piano Solo - Celebrating the gallant conduct of Captain Creighton of the Ship "Three Bells" in risking his own life to save those of his fellow beings on board the ill-fated "San Francisco" T. J. C, 
The Three Little Pigs - Comic Song - Edition No. 1275 Alfred Scott Gatty, 
The Three Sailor Boys - Key of A flat for Low voice Theo. Marzials, 
The Throne Of Grace. Sacred Song. With Violin and Organ Obbligato Words and music - Arthur Philip Coxford and Theo Bonheur, 
The Throstle Song Words and music - Lord Tennyson and E Swepstone, 
The Tight Little Island - Song Dibdin, 
The Time for Love, in C Words and music - Nella and Henry Parker, 
The Time Of Roses Words and music - T Hood and Frederick H Cowen, 
The Timid Little Maid, W&M. J E Carpenter, Stephen Glover, , 
The Timid Little Thing, . W&M: E Collier, F.T.S., 
The Tin Soldier Army (Rubi Dubi Dub) Words and music - W T Francis, 
The Tin Tack On The Floor Words and music - W M Mayne and John Alexander, 
The toast be dear woman by Edward Fitz Ball & C Herbert Rodwell., 
The Toilers - Song M Piccolomini, 
The Token - Favourite Old English Song - Paxton & Co edition no. 66 Old English Song, 
The Tolling Bell (Cloch y Llan) - Ballad For Soprano or Teno Voice - English and Welsh Lyrics - 26 New Sons Series No. 1 I Orwerth Glan Aled, Rev. John Gordon Jones and Dr. Joseph Parry, 
The Top of the Tree - Song featuring Miss May B. Brilliant O H Schaller and M E Montague, arranged by Ezra Read, 
The Tornado Words and music - Ernest Alfieri and Theo Bonheur, 
The Touch of a Vanished Hand - Key of F for high voice H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone & Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Tournament Words and music - A Duncan Goody and J Allanson Benson, 
The Treasury of Song for The Home Circle, 445 pages The richest best loved Gems both Sacred and Secular, 
The Tree They Do Grow High. Hertforshire folk song Words and music - Collected by Lucy M Broadwood and arranged by Hubert J Foss, 
The Triton. For Baritone or Bass Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Arnold Beresford, 
The Troopship. Baritone Song Words and music - Richard Morton and Edward St Quentin, 
The Trout (Die Forelle) - Song with English and German words - Compass B major to D major Franz Schubert, 
The Trout (Die Forelle) - Song with English and German words - Op. 32 - In the key of D flat major - Compass E flat major to G flat major Franz Schubert, English Version by Richard Capell, 
The true heart of woman, ballad sung by Mrs Waylett, W&M. C B Wilson, A Lee,, 
The True Kiss. English and German words Words and music - W Grist and Emil Kreuz, 
The Trumpet Polka - Composed and Dedicated to Lieut. Col. Bouverie & The Officers of The Royal Regiment of Horse Guards - Plate No. 1039 Hermann Koenig, 
The Trust of Little Children - Sacred Song Clifton Bingham and D Auvergne Barnard, 
The Trysting Place - waltz Leon du Terrail, , 
The Trysting Time Words and music - T H Bayly and J P Knight, 
The Trysting Tree, . W&M: F Warner, 
The Twin Brothers. A Song Of Mistery Words and music - Henry S Leigh , 
The Two Choirs Words and music - Robert Reece and M Piccolomini, 
The Two Dreams, . W&M: F N Lohr, E Oxenford, 
The Two Grenadiers, . W&M: R Schumann, 
The Two letters - For Voice and Piano Forte Zeila and Langton Williams, 
The Two Swords . W&M: J W Hobbs, Revd F J Perry., 
The Tyrolese Evening Hymn (Come To The Sunset Tree) - Ballad Mrs Hemans and her sister, 
The Unfinished Song - Song Helen Marion Burnside and Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Union of the Banners -National Song - Composed and respectfully inscribed to General Canrobert and Lord Raglan John Orton and S. W. New, 
The Unseen Master Words and music - H L D Arcy Jaxone and Ciro Pinsuti, 
The Unwilling Bride - Romance - For Voice and Pianoforte - Sung by Mrs Wood Thomas Haynes Bayly Esq. and James F. Maeder, 
The Utopian Waltz . W&M: F.T.Baker, 
The Vacant Chair (or we shall meet but we shall miss him) - Sung by Christy's Minstrels - Musical Bouquet No. 3900 G F Root, H S W, 
The Vacant Chair - Favorite English Ballad G F Root, 
The Vacant Chair - Favorite English Song G F Root, H S W, 
The Vacant Chair - or - We shall meet, but we shall miss him - Ballad Music - George F. Root [1820-95] Words - H.S.W., 
The Vacant Chair - The popular Song sung by the Christy Minstrels G F Root, 
The Vagabond - Song C Lamb Kenney and J L Molloy, 
The Vagabond - Song in the key of E minor for high voice C Lamb Kenney and J L Molloy, 
The Vagabond King Arthur Philip Coxford and Alan Macey, 
The Vale of Tears Words and music - M Wellings and C Scott, 
The Vales Of Arklow. With violin accompaniment Words and music - Leslie Stuart, 
The Valley (Le Vallon) Words and music - H F Chorley and Charles Gounod, 
The Valley of Flowers - A Song Henry Fase, 
The Valley Of Peace Words and music - Graham Valmore, 
The Valley Of Tears. With Violin accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - Beatrice Gurr and Piccolomini, 
The Vallies of Cashmere - Song By the Author & Composer of Phoebe Morel, 
The Very Worst Girl in the School - Ladies Serio comic song sing by Miss Eva Merrywood E Cympson, 
The Vesper Hymn (Abide with me) Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Joseph H Adams, 
The Veteran - Favorite Bass Song - Hart and Co. edition No. 29 E. Somerville, 
The Veteran - Favorite Bass Song - Pitman, Hart and Co. edition No. 29 E. Somerville, 
The Vicar of Bray Traditional arrangement of The Old English Song, 
The Vicar of Bray - A Popular Old English Comic Song - Musical Bouquet No. 5778 Trad.arr., 
The Vicar of Bray - Popular Old English Ballad with Piano accompaniment Arranged by Grenville Smart, 
The Victoria Music Books No. 26 - Temperance Song Album Various Composers, 
The Victory Schottische . W&M: J W Lord, 
The Viking's Daughter - From the Collection of Twelve Lyrics - No. in F minor - Dedicated to Miss Marguerite Hall Harold Boulton and A. Goring Thomas, 
The Village Blacksmith . W&M: J A Wade, 
The Village Blacksmith Words and music - Longfellow and Carl Reinhardt, 
The Village Blacksmith - Longfellows Popular Song - Paxton Edition No. 531 Longfellow, set to Music by J. A. Wade, 
The Village Blacksmith - Song - In the key of B flat major for low voice Longfellow and W H Weiss, dedicated to Edward Coleman Dray , 
The Village Blacksmith - Song - In the key of C major for high voice Longfellow and W H Weiss, dedicated to Edward Coleman Dray , 
The Village Blacksmith - Song - In the key of C major for high voice Longfellow and W H Weiss, 
The Village Blacksmith - Song - In the key of C major for high voice Longfellow and W H Weiss, dedicated to Edward Coleman Dray, 
The Village Blacksmith - Song with Tonic Sol Fa - In the key of B flat major for low voice Longfellow and W H Weiss, 
The Village Blacksmith - Song with Tonic Sol Fa - In the key of C major for high voice Longfellow and W H Weiss, 
The Village Blacksmith, W&M. Longfellow, John J Blockley, , 
The Village Blacksmith, W&M. Longfellow & W H Weiss, , 
The Village Blacksmith, arranged with piano accompaniment, adapted to Handels Harmonious Blacksmith Words and music - H W Longfellow & Handel, 
The Villan still pursued Her - Banjo Song - As Sung by Walter Howard with the Greatest Success Over 1000 Nights at St. James' Hall, London Walter Howards Version, 
The Violet . W&M: P B Czapek, T Oliphant, 
The Violet . W&M: W.A.Mozart, 
The Violets (Le Violette) Words and music - Alessandro Scarlatti and M C Gillington. Arranged by Dr Carl Reinecke, 
The Vision Divine - Song in the key of E flat major for Low voice Wilfrid Mills and Joseph H Adams, 
The Vision Of Tarquin Sextus . W&M: T.B.Macaulay, R.Cartwright, 
The Vision of the Cross - Sacred Song for Baritone or Contralto S. Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vision of the Cross - Sacred Song for Soprano or Tenor S. Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vision of the Cross - Song for soprano or tenor voice S Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vision of the Cross, for baritone or cantralto (with storm accompaniment) S Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vision of the Cross, for Baritone or Contralto voice S Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vision of the Cross, for soprano or tenor (with storm accompaniment) S Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vision Of The Cross. Sacred Song. Rock Of Ages Cleft for me Misere Domine (Pity Me O Lord) Words and music - S Bradsworth and Leo Cartwright, 
The Vocal Music to Shakespeare's Play "A Midsummer Nights Dream" Various artists, 
The Voice And The Song. Ballad Words and music - Langton Williams, 
The Voice Divine, sacred song, W&M. Ralph Chivers, , 
The Voice of an Echo Words and music - H L DArcy Jaxone and C H R Marriott, 
The Voice Of Prayer. Song with Organ and Choral Accompaniment Words and music - Frank Moir, 
The Voice of the Father, sung by Clara Butt Words and music - Clifton Bingham & Frederic H Cowen, 
The Voice of the Fountain, . W&M: E Silas, A Edwards, 
The voice that bids us welcome home Words and music - J E Carpenter & W T Wrighton, 
The Voices of The Bells - In Song - Descriptive Series No. 1 Anon. and J. F. Duggan, 
The Volcano, descriptive song Words and music - E Alfieri and Dudley Mount, 
The Volunteer Organist - Descriptive Song W. B. Glenroy and Harry Lamb, 
The Volunteer Organist - Piano Solo and Song with Violin & Cello Ad. Lib Harry Lamb with Violin & Cello Ad. Lib arranged by Geo. H. Farnell, 
The Waefu Heart, a favorite Scotch Air Arranged by Dr John Clarke, 
The Waggoner and the Maid - Song No. 2 in key of B flat major Clifton Bingham & Theo. Marzials, 
The Wagoner Words and music - Edward Oxenford and W T Wrighton, 
The Waiter's Tale of Woe Words and music - A Perry, S Leggett, 
The Waits of Bremen, A short humorous Cantata for Children, . W&M: Shapcott Wensley & Bertram Luard Selby, , 
The waking of the flowers, . W&M: REA, W T Wrightson, , 
The Walf Words and music - Clifton Bingham, 
The Walhalla or Harvest Home Polka, W&M. R H Wade, , 
The Wall Flower Polka, W&M. G R Waithman, , 
The Wanderer C Purday, F Schubert, 
The Wanderer - A favorite German Song arranged with an accompaniment for the Pianoforte F. Schubert and T. Arnold, 
The Wanderers Joy . W&M: J Oxenford, Franz Abt., 
The Wandering Jew, . W&M: Charles Lamb Kenney & James L Molloy, , 
The Wandering Minstrel, sung by Mr Santley, composed by C L Kenney & P Mazzoni., 
The Warrior Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Thos Brookfield, 
The Warriors Adieu, W&M. Thomas Blake, Ignace Gibsone, , 
The Warriors Rest, By Clifton Bingham & Walter W Hedgcock, , 
The Watch Words and music - C Loewe and KLady Macfarren, 
The Watch on the Rhine (Die Wacht am Rhein). The Prussian National Hymn with english and German words Words and music - Carl Wilhem, 
The Watch On The Rhine. Patriotic song. Voice and Piano Words and music - Alfred F Mullen, 
The Watchers by Clifton Bingham & Frederic H Cowen., 
The Water-lily . W&M: G.Noel Bridal, 
The Way of Peace - Song - in the key of E flat major for medium voice with Piano and Harmonium or organ accompaniment Ad Lib Clifton Bingham and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Way of Peace - Song - in the key of F major for High voice with Piano and Harmonium or organ accompaniment Ad Lib Clifton Bingham and C Francis Lloyd, 
The Way to be Happy together (Il Segreto Per Esser Felici) - Musical Bouquet No. 164 Donizeti and Horace Martin, 
The way to be happy, A collection of Juvenile songs No5, . W&M: Henry Farmer, , 
The Weary Hours of Day (Den Lieben Langen Tag) - German Songs Series No. 31 F. Silcher , 
The Wedding of the Lily and the Rose. Schottische Caprice Words and music - Thos Le Mack and W Andrew Mack, 
The Well Of St Keyne. A Cornish Legend Words and music - Robert Sothey and George Buckland, 
The West End Polka . W&M: C D' Albert, 
The West End Polka, W&M. Charles DAlbert, , 
The Whaler. Descriptive Song. Bass or Baritone Words and music - Joseph H Adams, 
The Whip Poor Wills, Echo song. . W&M: H Millard, , 
The Whirlwind King - Song in the key of F major for Low Voice Frederic W Paine and Clifford Chambers, 
The Whirlwind King - Song in the key of G major for High Voice Frederic W Paine and Clifford Chambers, 
The Whisker Man Words and music - Reuben More, 
The Whisper Words and music - G T Newbury and C H R Marriott, 
The Whistlin' Thief, . W&M: S Lover, 
The White Dove. Sacred Song Words and music - Frederika Bremer and Henry Smart, 
The White Squall - A Sea Song - Sung by Mr Barker, Mr E Sequin, Mr Purday, Mr Morley & Mr Ransford - Dedicated to John Braham, esq Richard Johns Esq & George Arthur Barker, 
The White Squall - Sea Song G H Barker, 
The White Swans Waltz, . W&M: C.F.Neal, 
The Wife, companion to "The Bride", W&M. L Devereaux, , 
The Wild Horseman and Song Of The Reapers . W&M: R.Schumann, 
The Wild Rose . W&M: T Hutson., 
The Wilderness - An Anthem Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 
The Willow Words and music - Harold Boulton, A Goring Thomas, 
The Willow Copse Words and music - Michael Watsoon, 
The Willow Song, words from Othello, to Madame Sainton Dolby Words and music - Shakespeare and A S Sullivan, 
The Wind in the Chimney. Song Words and music - Bret Harte & Arthur Cecil, 
The Wind is Awake - Song John Vance Cheney & Gerard F Cobb, 
The Wind King Words and music - J E Carpenter and W H Weiss, 
The Windmill Words and music - Longfellow and Hugh Temperley, 
The Windmill - Song - Key of B minor for Low Voice Longfellow & Herbert H Nelson, 
The Windmill - Song in the key of C minor for higher voice Longfellow & Herbert H Nelson, 
The Windmill. Hayden Coffin Words and music - Hugh Temperley and Longfellow, 
The Window Sill of Heaven, Bay View, Paignton Words and music - Mona and Sam Sutcliffe, 
The Winds Are All Hushed And The Moon Is High. A Serenade Words and music - E Bunnett, 
The Winds Whistle Cold - Glee for Two Sopranos and a Bass with Piano accompaniment Henry R. Bishop, 
The Winds Whistle Cold Glee for three voices ATB Sir Henry R Bishop, 
The Wings of a Dove - Sacred Song - For Voice and Piano Charles Jefferys and L. Deveraux, 
The Wishd of Land is Near Fred Curschmann, 
The Wishing Cap - Song W T Wrighton and Charles Mackay, 
The Wishing Gate - Humorous Song - Musical Bouquet No. 8927 J E Carpenter & N J Sporle, 
The Wishing Stone. A Cantata for Female Voices Words and music - Edward Oxenford & Franz Abt, 
The Wishing Well (A Cornish Legend) Words and music - Michael Watson, 
The Witherd Rose, Gems of German song with English words, Third series Book 27 No.182, by H Krigar., 
The withered tree, . W&M: G Herbert Rodwell, , 
The Wolf O'Keefe and Shield, 
The Wolf - The Favourite Old english Song - new Edition with Tonic Sol-Fa - L.M.P.S edition no. 135 Shield, edited by R. Gaythorne, 
The Wolf, Sung by Mr Bannifter, in the Castle of Andalusia Words and music - W Shield, 
The Womans Kingdom. Song Words and music - M B S & William M Hutchison, 
The Wondrous Cross - Sacred Song - Sung with Great success by The Yorkshire Nightingale and Miss Edith Muxworthy Isaac Watts & Enos Bacon, 
The Wondrous Cross Y Ryfedd Groes. Sacred song Words and music - Isaac Watts, Rev D Adams and Jones Owen, 
The Wooden Fusilier - Song from The Strand Musical Magazine J. E. Woolacott and George Howard, 
The Woodman Words and music - T Linley, 
The Woodmans Daughter - A favorite song with an accompaniment for the Pianoforte or Harp and Flute or Guitar G. W. Chard, 
The Woodpecker Words and music - Thomas Moore and Michael Kelly, 
The Wooing of the Rose ( Le marriage des Roses), W&M. Eugene David (French), Clifton Bingham (English) & Cesar Franck, , 
The words She Rang To Me. From The Mail Of The Mill Words and music - Hamilton Aide, 
The World Is Growing Older Words and music - J E Carpenter and N J Sporle, 
The World Is Said Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Louis Le Keux, 
The World is Said Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Louis Le Keux, 
The world of dreams, . W&M: Dr J E Carpenter & P D Guglielmo, , 
The World So Wide Words and music - G Clifton Bingham and S A Sabel, 
The World's Favourite Songs - No. 10 Various Composers, 
The World's Favourite Songs - No. 5 Various Composers, 
The World's Favourite Songs - No. 8 Various Composers, 
The Wreath, pastoral glee for three voices Words and music - J Mazzinghi., 
The Wreck of the Hesperus, Words and music - Longfellow and J L Hatton, 
The Wreck, . W&M: Longfellow & P D Guglielmo, , 
The Wreckers of Dunraven . W&M: D P Evans, W Wyn, 
The Years At The Spring Words and music - Robert Browning and C S Hartog, 
The young Brigade Words and music - Geo Alexander Paris and W H Jude, 
The young British Soldier. Number 1 of a st of barrack room ballads Words and music - Rudyard Kipling and Gerard F Cobb, 
The Young Folks Song Book, 31 original songs and rounds with actions, tonic solfa edition, W&M. H Berkeley Score, , 
The Young May Moon . W&M: J S Stone., 
The Young May Moon, from a selection of Irish Melodies, W&M. Thomas Moore, Arr. Sir John Stevenson, , 
The Young Pilgrim. W&M: T Mudie., 
The Young Recruit Words and music - Kucken, 
The Young Recruit Song with new veresions of words for the Rifles Words and music - George Linley and F W Kucken, 
The Young Royalist - Song, No.2 in C Music - Stephen Adams [1844-1913] Words - Frederic E. Weatherly, 
Then shall the eyes of the Blind (Recit.) - He Shall Feed His Flock (Air) - Arranged from the Score with an accompaniment for the Piano Forte G. F. Handel arranged by John Goss, 
Then shall the righteous, from Oratorio "Elijah", No.39, W&M. F Mendelssohn Bartholdy, , 
Then Why Not Give a Kiss To Me: Miss Ellen Howard . W&M: Wm Jones, 
Then You'll Remember Me (when other lips) from The Bohemian Girl - W. Paxton Edition No. 442 M. W. Balfe, 
Then Youll Remember Me - Song from "The Bohemian Girl" M W Balfe, 
Then Youll Remember Me - Song from "The Bohemian Girl" in the key of B falt major for Low Voice M W Balfe, 
Theodora Mazurka, Alfred Short,, 
There Words and music - Edward Lockton and Gatty Sellars, 
There Ain't No Gittin' Rid of 'Im at All Harry B. Norris, 
There Aint Another Daddy in the World Like Mine Words and music - A J Mills & Bennett Scott, 
There are Kind Hearts Everywhere - Celebrated Song as sung by the Christy Minstrels J. R. Thomas, 
There Are Kind Hearts Everywhere. Charming Ballad. Words and music - J R Thomas, 
There Be Dreams Which Fade and Perish . W&M: G A MacFarren,, 
There Beameth From the Eye of Blue Franz Kielblock, 
There came a cry to England - In Memoriam of General J. A. Garfield - Hart & Co edition No. 79 Somerville Gibney & E. Lander, 
There Came From Soft Italy's Bight Glowing Shore (Day of the Troubadour) - Sung By Mr Balfe in the Opera of Farinelli performed at thye Theatre Royal Drury Lane John Barnett, 
There is a Flow'r that Bloometh - Ballad sung by Mr Harrison in the Grand Opera Maritana - Performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane E. Fitzball and W. Vincent Wallace, 
There is a Flower that Bloometh - Ballad from Wallace's "Maritana" - Howard and Co edition No. 699 W. V. Wallace, 
There is a flower that bloometh - Song - from 'Maritana' W V Wallace, 
There is a Green Hill Far Away - Song - In the key of F major for High Voice Mrs C F Alexander & Ch Gounod, 
There Is A Light In Her Laughing Eye. Sung by Mr H Phillips in the Grand Opera Nourjahhad. Performed at the New Theatre Royal, English Opera House Words and music - Edward I Loder, 
There is a Name I Never Breathe Words and music - J E Carpenter and M W Balfe, 
There Is A Star In Gods Heaven Words and music - Claude Errol and Cyril Thorne, 
There is a Tavern in the Town Arranged by Charles S. Hall, 
There is a tavern in the town - Song with Banjo & Pianoforte Accompaniments - Musical Bouquet No. 8592 Alfred Lee, 
There is a Tavern in the Town - The Favourite Song - Key of C Arranged by A. Dobigny, 
There is Always a Corner for You Harry Dacre, 
There Is Always A Corner For You - Song Harry Dacre, 
There is an eye whose shaded light, Lines to Agnes composed with an accompaniment for the piano or harp W&M. G Kiallmark, , 
There is life in the old dog yet, patriotic song Words and music - W T Wrighton and Dr Carpenter, 
There is Music in the Fountain (The Blind Girls Song) J. E. Carpenter and Donizetti, 
There is Music In The Fountain The Blind Girl's Song Words and music - S Nelson, J Carpenter, 
There is no land like Ireland . W&M: J J Johnson, T D Sullivan, 
There Is No Love Like A Mothers Words and music - Stephen Clover, 
There Little Girl Dont Cry Words and music - J W Riley and B Cusins, 
There Shone A Star in Heaven . W&M: F L Moir., 
There the Black-Bird Sang - Song for Piano and Voice Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart, 
There was a Coward where the Shamrock Crows Words and music - John F Mitchell and Patrick Feeney, 
There was an old Salt, W&M. F W Sweet, J Mount,, 
There's a Bower of Roses - Song in the key of A minor for Low Voice Thomas Moore and C Villiers Stanford, 
There's a good time coming - Song Music composed and sung by Henry Russell & the Song and Poetry by Charles Mackay, 
There's a Land - Song - In the key of D major for low voice - For Piano and Voice Charles Mackay, Agnes Sibly and Francis Allitsen, 
There's a Land - Song - In the key of F major Charles Mackay, Agnes M Sibly and Frances Allitsen, 
There's a Land - Song in the key of E flat major Charles Mackay, Agnes M Sibly and Frances Allitsen, 
There's a light in the Window (Come back lad to me) - The Popular Song - Howard & Co edition No. 726 Trad., 
There's a Mist around the Moon Douglas Furber and A. Emmett Adams, 
There's a Path by the River Words and music - Col. Addison and E J Loder, 
There's an Old Fashioned Cottage, or My Dear Old Home Steve Leggett and Arthur Lennard, 
There's an Old Fashioned Cottage, or My Dear Old Home - Song Steve Leggett and Arthur Lennard, 
There's Life in the Old Dog Yet, patriotic song sung by Harry Vaughan Words and music - George Frederics and G Flavell Hayward, 
There's music in the air . W&M: A Sterling, S S Hein, 
There's Nae Luck About The House - Scotch Song R. Coote's Copyright Arrangement , 
There's no one to welcome me home - Song & Chorus - Musical Bouquet no. 8059 M. H. McChesney, 
There's Room Enough. W&M: W Murray., 
There's time enough yet - Ballad Mrs Matthews & Stephen Glover, 
Therell come a time, James Norrie Words and music - C K Harris, arranged by Jos. Clauder, 
Theres a Girl Wanted There - Featuring George Lashwood A. J. Mills and Bennett Scott, 
Theres a Good Time Coming - Song Henry Russel, Charles Mackay, 
Theres A Light In Her Laughing Eye. Sung by Mr H Phillips in the Opera Nourjahad. Performed at the New Theatre Royal English Opera House Words and music - Edward I Loder, 
Theres a Path by the River, sung by Miss Rebecca Isaacs in the operetta "Twas I " at the Strand Theatre, W&M. Lieut. Col. Addison, E J Loder, , 
Theres Always One You Cant Forget, Slow Waltz Charlie Chaplin, 
Theres Joy In Merry England. National Song Words and music - W H Bellamy and George W Martin, 
Theres Music in the Air, dedicated to the Misses du Faur Clark, W&M. F H S Pendleton, F Stevens Wallis, , 
Theres Not A Joy. Song Words and music - Lord Byron & Frank A Chapple, 
Theresa Quadrille - On melodies sung my Mdlle. Theresa Dan Godfrey, 
They All Follow Me, from The Belle of New York Words and music - Hugh Morton and Gustave Kerker, 
They are come! the pale primroses - Ballad J E Carpenter and W T Wrighton, 
They Are Not All Joy's Roses - Ballad - Inscribed to Martin Cawood Esq. G. Linley, 
They Can't Do It, You Know (A Topical Song) - Paxton Edition No. 540 N. C. Goodwin and G. Schleiffarth, 
They Chide me if i Breathe her Name, a ballad Words and music - J E Carpenter, Edward Perry, 
They err who tell us love can die (recitative) & Its holy flame for ever burneth, poetry from Curse of Kehama, composed by Southey & T M Mudie., 
They Never Loved as Thou and I - Songs, Ballads etc. Series No. 5 Sir. E. L. Bulwer Bart. and Mrs Maberly, 
They Sleep, They Sleep! Words and music - Barry Cornwall and W Shelmerdine, 
They're not to be Compares with You - Song - Paxton edition no 1223 Will Vernie arranged by Ezra Read, 
Theyre Far Far Awa Words and music - James Booth and Alexander Melville, 
Thine - Song for Piano and Voice - No. 2 in Key of D Lord Henry Somerset, 
Thine Alone waltz, W&M. Josef Meissler,, 
Thine eyes still shined for me, English lyrics Set IV No.1 by Emerson & C H H Parry., 
Thine Love Ever Words and music - Hubi Newcombe and Piccolomini, 
Thine only Thine. Waltz. Lindsay Lein Words and music - Gilbert Byass, 
Things. Humorous Songs Words and music - T Courtice and A B Sherwood, 
Think Ere You Speak - Ballad - Including Miss Thornton, Miss Cubitt, Mr. Genge & Mr. Robinson James Simmonds and N. J. Sporle, 
Think of me in thy Dreams, Song Louis Barnard, 
Thinking of you (Just like the rose) Words and music - Quinton Ayrton & Wilfrid Shaw, 
Thinking Of You, Fred Astaire, Red Skelton, Vera Ellen and Arlene Dahl Words and music - Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, 
Third set of twelve songs, soprano or tenor, volume 5 Words and music - Frederic H Cowen, 
This Love Is Like A Naughty Child. From The Golden Web Words and music - Frederic Corder and Arthur Goring Thomas, 
Thisbe. W&M: E Hesse. , 
Thistle-Down and To Mistress Rose, two songs Words and music - Louise Chandler Moulton and Frank L Moir, 
Tho Clouds By Tempests May Be Driven: Cavatina from "Der Freischutz" W&M: C M Von Weber, 
Tho Smiles Have Set In Tears Words and music - J W Thirlwall, 
Tho The Silver Threads Are Glistning Words and music - Gerard Carlton, 
Those dark green leaves bear all the blame (Das macht das dunkelgrune Laub),No24 of 24 songs, Op49 No.2 by Erik Meyer Helmund, edited by Helen D Tretbar., 
Those Evening Bells Words and music - W V Wallace, 
Those Evening Bells - Popular Song Arranged by R. Caythorne, 
Those Evening Bells - Song with Piano accompaniment Thomas Moore Esq. and Sir John Stevenson, 
Those Happy Old Days - Ballad - Deadicated to Mrs Spotten, Belfast Beatrice Abercrombie and George B. Allen, 
Those Merry Bells Words and music - S W Webster and R Seed, 
Those Merry Bells Those Merry Bells!, dedicated to the Young Ladies at Miss Gibsons Establishment, High Grove, Saddleworth, W&M. S M Webster, Richard Seed,, 
Those Merry Walks Together Words and music - G J Chester and A Scott Gatty, 
Those Naughty Naughty Girls - sung by Fred Coyne G W Hunt, 
Those Old Sweet Days Words and music - Graham Valmore, 
Those Sunny Days - Ballad - The Melody Verdi, 
Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out - New Edition with Seperate Mandoline Accompaniment - As sung with Phenomenal Success by Arthur Reece Munroe H. Rosenfield and E. Jonghmans, 
Those Withered Leaves . W&M: H Mander, 
Thou and I for violin, piano and voice with seperate violin part Words and music - Ellen Thorneycroft Folwler and F A Davy, 
Thou And I. Du Und Ich. German and English words Words and music - Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler and F A Davy, 
Thou Art A Lovely Flower Words and music - Frederic Kucken and F W Rosier, 
Thou Art A Lovely Flower Words and music - F W Rosier and Anton Rubinstein, 
Thou Art Come Sweet Spring - Song Jessie Moir and Henry Farmer, 
Thou Art Ever Mine. A Charming Ballad Words and music - D Tollemache and Frank Adlam, 
Thou Art Gane Awa' Frae Me, Mary, from Wilson's Edition of "The Songs of Scotland", as Sung by him Words and music - Wilson, 
Thou Art Gone from my Gaze or "The Spirit of Love keep a watch over me" - Ballad - As sung by Miss Dolby - Written, composed and inscribed to Val. Morris Junr. Esq. George Linley, 
Thou art gone up on high, Air in B, No.14 Novellos Collection with organ or piano accompaniment Words and music - G F Handel, accompaniment by Vincent Novello, 
Thou art in radiance all transcendent (Du bist die Herrlichste), No.10 of 24 songs, Op15 No.2 by Erik Meyer Helmund, English words by John P Jackson., 
Thou Art Like Some Sweet Flower - Paxton Edition No. 94 Poetry by Heine, composed by Anton Rubinstein, 
Thou Art Near Me Again, W&M. G Linley, , 
Thou art so near and still so far (Du bist mir nah, und doch so fern") - Song with English and German Words - Musical Bouquet No. 4282 F Gumbert & Speranza, 
Thou art So Near and Still So Far! (Du Bist Mir Nah, Und Doch So Fern) -= English and German words - Musical Bouquet No. 4282 - Dedicated to Herr Reichhardt Speranza and F. Gumbert, 
Thou Art So Near and yet so far - Dedicated to The Princess Paul Esterhazy - Key of E flat for Higher Voice Alexander Reichardt, 
Thou Art So Near and yet so far - Song Alexander Reichardt, 
Thou Art So Near and yet so far - Song - Musical Bouquet No. 9067 John Oxenford and Alexander Reichardt, 
Thou Art So Near and yet so far - Song in the key of E flat major - With English and German Words Alexander Reichardt, English version by John Oxenford, 
Thou art true to me Words and music - R Spiller & J Bennett Smith, 
Thou Bringest Peace - The Elkin Edition of Celebrated Classical Songs- Series II - No. 2 in E flat - Op. 59, No. 3 Franz Schubert, edited by Alberto Randegger, English Adaptions by R. H. Elkin, 
Thou Charming Bird. (La Perle du Bresil) . W&M: P.M.Crooks, F.David, 
Thou Hast Left Me Ever Jamie Words and music - Finlay Dunn and John Thomson, 
Thou Only . W&M: T Hutchinson, J Muir., 
Thou Who With Ice Art Girdles (Tu che di gel sei cinta) - Aria from the Opera Turandot Giacomo Puccini, 
Thou Whom To Love Is All My Care. Romance for piano Words and music - Edward Land, 
Thou Wilt Remember Us. Sacred Song ( In D Flat) Words and music - Willen Coenen and Rev Horatius Bonar, 
Though Art With Me O My Father Words and music - Henry T Leslie, 
Though Fortune Darkly Oer me frowns, a ballad. Sung by Mr Weiss in the opera of The Rose of Castille G Falconer and M W Balfe, 
Though I watch the light (Quando miro quel bel ciglio), No.4 of a new & complete edition of all Mozarts favorite songs, duet & trios with the original Italian of German words, by Mozart, English words by W H Bellamy, adapted by Samuel Sebastian Wesley., 
Thoughts Of Thee - Song Franz Keiser, 
Thourt Like Unto A Flower Words and music - Heine and Anton Rubinstein, 
Threads and Thrums Words and music - Valdemar and F Sewell Southgate, 
Three Elizabethan Love Songs, Contains, Love, composed by W.H. Speer,, 
Three Favorite Airs in the opera of Masaniello viz The Barcarolle, The Market Chorus and The Guaracha. Arranged in a familiar style for the Piano Forte By Geo Luff, 
Three Fishers Went Sailing - Song Revd. Charles Kingsley and W. F. Lancelott, 
Three Fishers Went Sailing - Song The Rev. Charles Kingsley and Joseph R. W. Harding, 
Three Fishers Went Sailing - Song - In the key of C major for Medium voice Revd Charles Kingsley and John Hullah, 
Three Fishers Went Sailing - Song - In the key of E flat major for Higher voice Revd. Charles Kingsley and John Hullah, 
Three Fishers went sailing - Song - Set to music for Miss Dolby - For Piano and Voice The Revd. Charles Kingsley and John Hullah, 
Three Gardens Words and music - Nellie Hughes and William C Box, 
Three Jovial Huntsmen (Traditional Rhymes and Melody) Words and music - J M Bentley, 
Three Kisses Words and music - Stella, 
Three Little Maids Of London Town Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Lovett King, 
Three Little Pigs, Authors edition with extra verse, W&M. Alfred Scott Gatty, , 
Three Little Songs - For High Voice Maude Valerie White , 
Three Little Songs - For Low Voice Maude Valerie White , 
Three Little Songs - For Medium Voice Maude Valerie White , 
Three Little Words (I Love You) - Song Julian Jordan, 
Three Makes Jolly fine Company . W&M: C Collilns, E W Rogers, 
Three Merry Men Words and music - J L Molloy and A C Jewitt, 
Three Moon Songs - For High Voice George Hay, 
Three Moon Songs - For Low Voice George Hay, 
Three musical Sketches . W&M: W.S.Bennett, 
Three Olde Folk Songs of Merrie England A Hunting Song, The Winter Piece, The Swelling Sails, 
Three Popular Songs - The Albion Edition No. 13 - Old Notation & Tonic-Sol-Fa W. L. Thompson - John Blockley - William D. Hendrickson, 
Three Scotch Songs - The Musical Treasury Series No. 404 Traditional Ballads, Poetry by Burns, 
Three Songs Various Composers, 
Three Songs, Op1, Twas in the glorious month of May, Since my love now loves me not & The butterfly is in love with the rose, words translated from Heine, composed by Garnet Wolseley Cox., 
Thro Valley Thro Woodland (Per Valli Per Boschi) Words and music - Theo Mazials and F Blangini, 
Thro' Every Chance & Change - Ballad J. P. Douglas and Henry Smart, 
Through Sun & Rain - Song Gerald M. Lane, 
Through Tears. From Through the Ivory gate Words and music - Karl Miller and Thomas Mc Donagh, 
Through the Dell - As sung by Will Leslie of the original Christys Minstrels at St James Hall, G W Moore, Bella Moore, , 
Through The Wood . W&M: C E Horn, W Bellamy., 
Through the world wilt thou fly - for vocal trio - from "The Bohemian Girl" Alfred Bunn Esq. & M. W. Balfe, 
Throw Out The Life Line. Hymn Words and music - Rev E S Ufford, 
Thuringia Words and music - H S Cowen, 
Thy beaming eyes, Op40 No.3, by Edward MacDowell., 
Thy Captive Words and music - William Boosey and Frank L Moir, 
Thy Face - Song - In the key of C major for lower voice R Lejoindre and C H R Marriott, 
Thy Foe Words and music - Cecil Lorraine and Jacques Blumenthal, 
Thy Guardian Never Sleeps - Ballad Dr. J. E. Carpenter and Edward Land, 
Thy Home is on the Bounding Wave, duet, Vocal Beauties of Strauss No 6, W&M. J Strauss, C Jefferys,, 
Thy King, No. 3 in D Words and music - Henry Vaughan and Paul Rodney, 
Thy Parting Words, ballad sung by Miss Poole, dedicated to Miss Brice, W&M. J E Carpenter, W H Weiss, , 
Thy Sentinel Am I Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Michael Watson, 
Thy Star (La tua Stella), No.1 from Songs and romances by Pietro Mascagni & Enrico Fiorentino, English words by G Henschel & Clifton Bingham., 
Thy Tear. Ballad Words and music - J E Carpenter and John Blockley, 
Thy Voice Is Near - Song - In the key of A major for Higher Voice Mrs Aylmer and W. T. Wrighton, 
Thy Way, Not Mine, O Lord . W&M: F Berger, 
Thy Will Be Done . W&M: W H Cotton, 
Thy Will Be Done . W&M: K E MEwe., 
Thy Will Be Done - Sacred Song Miss Davis, 
Thye Little Bunch of Roses - Solo and Chorus - As sung by the Christy Minstrels Traditional Arrangement, 
Thye Little Bunch of Roses - The Popular Song - New Edition With Tonic Sol-Fa - London Music Pub. Stores Edition No. 70 R. Gaythorne, 
Till The Breaking of the Day - Song - In the key of A major Ciro Pinsuti and H L D'arcy Jaxone, 
Till The Breaking of the Day - Song - In the key of G major for lower voice Ciro Pinsuti and H L D'arcy Jaxone, 
Time - Song - Dedicated to Madame Sainton Dolby Felice, 
Time and Tide by H L DArcy Jaxone & Paul Rodney., 
Time may steal the roses Darling - Sung by The Christys Minstrels A W French & C D Blake, 
Time To Spare Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Charles Deacon, 
Time was when love and I were well acquainted, The Vicars song in the comic opera The Sorcerer, sung by Mr Santley, composed by W S Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan., 
Times Garden Words and music - Harold Boulton and A Goring Thomas, 
Ting-a-Ling Ting-Tay - As Sung by Miss Harriett Vernon - No. 1 with Pianoforte Accompaniment Harry Dacre, 
Tippitiwichet - No. 6 of Punch . W&M: Edward F Rimbault, 
Tired - Sacred Song Miss Helen Burnside & Miss Lindsay, 
Tis a New Life. Number 128 of Eight German Songs for treble voices and piano Charles Keller and F W Rosier, 
Tis All In Vain Words and music - Clifton Bingham and D Auvergne Barnard, 
Tis Always Summer There Words and music - Clifton Bingham and A H Behrend, 
Tis But A Few Sweet Flowers (Son Pochi Fiori) Words and music - Pitro Mascagni, 
Tis But A Little Faded Flower - Ballad sung by The Christys Minstrels J R Thomas, 
Tis But a Little Faded Flower, ballad, W&M. J R Thomas, , 
Tis good to own an honest friend Words and music - William Young, 
Tis Hard To Give The Hand Where The Heart Can Never Be - Ballad Charles Jefferys and C W Glover, 
Tis Hard to Give the Hand Where the Heart Can Never Be - Tenth Edition Chas. W. Glover, 
Tis Lone on the Waters - Two Part Song Theodore Trekell, 
Tis love tis love, translated from the popular French ronde of Cest Lamour Adapted to the original air by W. B., 
Tis Morn Oer The Mountain . W&M: Henry Burnett, 
Tis Only One Room But Its Home Words and music - Will Godwin, 
Tis Our Last Time Of Meeting. Ballad Words and music - D Lee , 
Tis shame far more than sorrow that weighs the spirit down by Thomas Haynes Bayly., 
Tis The Harp in the Air Words and music - W V Wallace, 
Tis Vain to Deck Thy Brow With Pearls . W&M: Joseph De Pinna, 
Tit for Tat - Song - In the key of C major for high voice Nemo and Henry Pontet, 
Tit for Tat - Song - In the key of E flat major for Low voice Nemo and Henry Pontet, 
Tiverton Tom Words and music - Kenneth Buxton, 
To a Nightingale at Mid Day - Chamber trios series W. S. Bennet &, B. Cornwall, 
To A Wild Rose Transcription for voice and piano - Words by R H Elkin music by Edward MacDowell, 
To A Wild Rose - Key of G major for higher voice Transcription for voice and piano - Words by R H Elkin music by Edward MacDowell, 
To A Wild Rose : 3 part song for female voices Words and music - H Hagedorn, E MacDowell, 
To Althea From prison, English lyrics Set III No.3 Words and music - Lovelace & C H H Parry, 
To an Aeolian Harp (An Eine Aeolsharfe) Words and music - Johannes Brahms, 
To Anthea - Who May Command Him Anything - In the key of E flat major Herrick and J Hatton, 
To Anthea -The popular Song - As sung by Mr Santley Herrick and J L Hatton, 
To Anthea, Who May Command Him Anything - In the key of E major for higher voice Herrick and J Hatton, 
To Blossoms - Song in the key of B flat minor Words by Herrick and music by Maude Valerie White, 
To Blossoms - Song in the key of E flat major Words by Herrick and music by Maude Valerie White, 
To Blossoms, No. 3 from "Six Songs by Henry Hiles" Words and music - Herrick and Henry Hiles, 
To Chloe in Sickness - No. 4 of Six songs with English and German words - Op. 23 W. Sterndale Bennett, 
To Chloe in Sickness - No. 4 of Six songs with English and German words - Op. 23 W. Sterndale Bennett, 
To Dream - Song Hubi Newcombe and Milton Wellings, 
To Dream Of Thee Words and music - Southwell Alvey and Oscar Verne , 
To Eva Song Words and music - Emerson and Hamish Mac Cunn, 
To Lucasta, English lyrics Set III No.1 by Lovelace & C H H Parry., 
To My First Love . W&M: E Hamilton, H Lohr, 
To Sigh, Yet Feel No Pain . W&M: Robert Burns, J T Trekell, 
To The Dream Of Thee Words and music - Southwell Alvey and Oscar Verne, 
To The Forest - Song in the key of D major for Low Voice F J Whishaw and Tschaikowsky, 
To The Forest - Song in the key of F major for High Voice F J Whishaw and Tschaikowsky, 
To The Night Words and music - Paul England and Carl Bohm, 
To The Spring, Anitra's Dance (Lilac Series) . W&M: E.Grieg, 
To the Stormwind Words and music - Julia Goddard and C Evers, 
To the Vine Feast, from the opera Amilie or the Love Test Words and music - J T Haines and W M Rooke, 
To the West - Piece No. 3 of Henry West's Favorite Songs - With Piano Accompaniment Henry West, 
To the Woods (Gruss dem Walde) - in B flat major F Warner, 
To the Woods (Gruss dem Walde) - For Contralto - in A flat major F Warner, 
To the Woods (Gruss dem Walde) - For Soprano - in C major F Warner, 
To-Morrow (May Be Too late) - Song in Key of F Neil McBeath and Pat K. Heale, 
Toccata in A Sonata No. 6 Words and music - P.D.Paradies, 
Today . W&M: John Blockley, 
Told by Golden Hours - Song in key of C N. P. Willis & Isidore de Lara, 
Toll The Bell Words and music - C Converse, J R W Harding, 
Toll The Bell, Traditional., 
Tom Bowling - Favourite Old English Song Dibdin, 
Tom Bowling - Nautical song written on the eath of his brother Captain Thomas Dibdin Charles Dibdin, 
Tom Bowling - Song - Written on The Death of Capt. Thomas Dibdin Charles Dibdin - Arranged by John Davy, 
Tom Hardy. Ballad Words and music - Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart, 
Tom The Tinker Words and music - J Hatton, 
Tom the Tinker, Words and music - J L Hatton,, 
Tom Tough . W&M: Dibdin, 
Tom Tough. Yo Heave Ho - Popular Song T Dibdin and Hernert Daykin, 
Tommy's Girl W&M: B Thomas, J W Ivimey, 
Tomorrow - Companion to the Admired Ballads "Yesterday Today" and "Forever" Miss Morris and John Blockley, 
Tone Pictures From Foreign Lands (Suite) Words and music - E. Marsden, 
Tonight The Deed I Dare - from The Brides of Venice . W&M: J Benedict, 
Topsys Polka, W&M. J H Tully, , 
Torna in Quell onda Chiara, Arietta, dedicated to The Duchess of Cannizzaro, W&M. Lord Burghersh, Metastasio, , 
Torpedo Galop, W&M. Charles DAlbert,, 
Total Eclipse - Aria from Samson G. F. Handel, 
Toujours Debout! - Monologue A. Deligny and Naudin - W., 
Toujours des Fleurs, chansonette, W&M. A Thys,, 
Toujours Gai, Ha Ha . W&M: E Berger, 
Tout va tres bien (Madame la Marquise), Professional copy, W&M. P Misraki,, 
Toutou - Repertoire de Madame Tarquini D'or, De l'Opera Comique - French Edition Aristide Bruant & Charles Cuvillier, 
Tra La La Luigi Gordigiani, 
Trafalgar - Grand Naval Divertimento - Descriptive of the Famous Battle and the Death of Nelson - The Albion Edition No. 5 Frank May, 
Trailing - Song - Featuring Harry Dacre Harry Dacre, 
Traum Durch Die Dammerung. Dream In The Twilight. With German and English Words Words and music - Richar Strauss and John Bernhoff, 
Traumerei am Kamin . W&M: C.Bohm, 
Travellers Joy Words and music - M C Gillington and F Pascal, 
Treuer Tod ( Tru until Death) . W&M: B Hollander, 
Trilling Birds . W&M: A Mey., 
Trip Trip Trip. Country Dance In Canon For Two Voices Words and music - T Marzials, 
Tripping Thro The Meadow Words and music - Michael Watson, 
Triumphal March Words and music - R de Vilbac, 
Truant Love . W&M: W J Stewart, Frederic H Cowen, 
True Knight Song Clifton Bingham and Frederic Mullen, 
True Love - Song from 'Robin Hood' John Oxenford and G A MacFarren, 
True Love From o'er The Sea, The Letter Song . W&M: H B Farnie, R Planquette., 
True Love. No. 1 from Lieder und Gesange (Songs and Ballads) fur eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Piano Words and music - Rob Reinick, Paul England (English Words) & Johannes Brahms, Op. 3 No. 1, 
True Till Death - Song - In the key of A major for low voice L L B and Alfred Scott Gatty, 
True Till Death - Song in the key of A major for Low voice L L B and Alfred Scott Gatty, 
True Till Death - Song in the key of C major for Higher Voice L L B and Alfred Scott Gatty, 
True Till Death - Song in the key of G major for medium voice with Sol-Fa L L B and Alfred Scott Gatty, 
True to the last - Sung by Mr Maybrick C J Rowe & Stephen Adams, 
Truest Love Words and music - G Hubi Newcombe, 
Trust And Be True Words and music - H L D Arcy Jaxone, Belle Etoile Valse and Theo Bonheur, 
Trust Her Not (Opening Chorus) Longfellow and W. F. Sudds, 
Trusting - Song no. 1 in B flat for Low Voice - Written, composed and dedicated to Viscountess Folkestone Cotsford Dick, 
Truth In Absence - Canzonet as sung by Mrs Enderssohn, Madame Sala and other distinguished vocalists - No. 1 in key of D Edmund B Harper, 
Truth in Absence - Paxton Edition No. 824 H Brandreth and Edmund B. Harper, 
Truth in Absence - Popular Canzonet - Musical Bouquet Edition No. 9065 The late Henry Brandreth Esq. and Edmund B. Harper, 
Try Again Johnnie - Song from the musical play "A Country Girl" Adrian Ross & Lionel Monckton, 
Tu lo sai quanto l'amai - Antient Italian Canzonettes series No. 3 Scarlatti and Vincent Novello, 
Tu Vedrai La Sventuata - Aria from Il Pirata . W&M: Bellini, 
Tuneful Bells - The Ballad Singers Song from "Democritus in London" - The Musical Treasury Series No. 634 George Daniel Esq., 
Turkish March from Beethoven's Ruins of Athens Rubinstein, 
Turning The Tables Words and music - A J Caldicott, 
Tutta Mia! - Chanson Napolitaine - Creee par Peyrinft a la Scala E. Riffey, Will and Naudin - W., 
Tutte le feste al tempio, melodia Rigoletto, Pezzi celebri di opere teatrali per canto e pianoforte, Biblioteca Lirica Words and music - G Verdi, 
Twa Only A Dream. From the operetta The Rival Beauties Words and music - J P Wooler Esq and Alberto Randegger, 
Twas A Spell Pure and bright Words and music - Flotow, H Russell., 
Twas Evening In The Summer Time Words and music - John W King and W Hutchinson Esq, 
Twas not To be Words and music - Paul England and Franz Abt, 
Twas Only A Year Ago, Love . W&M: C Hylton Stewart, 
Twas Within A Mile O Edinboro Town. No. 7 of William Hills Edition of the Favorite Songs of Scotland with Original Symphonies & Accompaniments for the Piano Words and music - William Hill, 
Twas Within A Mile Of Edinboro Town. The popular Scotch ballad Words and music - Anomymous arrangement, 
Twelve Easy Trios for Three Female Voices or Two Sopranos and Bafs - Book 1, No.'s 1-6 Charles H. Purday, 
Twelve Famous Sacred Songs - The Star Edition - For Piano and Voice Various Composers, 
Twelve Famous Scottish Songs Various Composers/Traditional, 
Twelve Songs - Hale and Blake - Op. 16 - For Voice and Piano Alfred M. Hale and William Blake, 
Twelve Songs - With Piano Acoompaniment - For High Voice - Schirmers L:ibrary of Musical Classics Vol. 1621 Peter Ilyitch Tschaikowsky, Translations by Dr. Theodore Baker, Critical Note by Richard Aldrich, 
Twelve Songs by C. S. Terry - Songs 1 to 5 Various composers and C. S. Terry, 
Twelve songs by Purcell Words and music - Henry Purcell, Edited by William H Cummings, 
Twenty Four Italian Songs and Arias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries - Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics - Vol. 1723 - For Medium Low Voice Various composers - English versions by Theodore Baker, 
Twenty Four Psalms and a Canticle translated from the Hebrew and arranged for singing to the Psalmody of Joseph Gelineau Various Composers, 
Twenty one Concert Arias for soprano in two volumes, Volume I, W&M. Mozart, English Version by Lorraine Noel Finley, , 
Twenty one Concert Arias for soprano in two volumes, Volume II, By Mozart, English version by Lorraine Noel Finley, , 
Twenty Songs - Dedicated to John H Nodal Edwin Waugh and C E Rowley, 
Twenty-Four Italian Songs and Arias of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries - Schirmers Library of Musical Classics - Vol. 1722 - for Medium High Voice Various composers, 
Twickenham Ferry - River Ditty - As sung by Miss Mary Davies - In the key of E flat major for low voice Theo Marzials, dedicated to Mr Richard Smith Williams, 
Twickenham Ferry - River Ditty - As sung by Mrs Mary Davies - In the key of F major for high voice Theo Marzials, dedicated to Mr Richard Smith Williams, 
Twilight Chimes - Song - In the key of G major for medium voice Espar Dumaine, 
Twilight Hours . W&M: J P Douglas, G A MacFarren., 
Twilight Land Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Thomas Hutchinson, 
Twilight Land Words and music - Frank Moir, 
Twilight Memories (Boat Song) Words and music - Marion Wilde, 
Twilight Shadows . W&M: H B Farnie R Planquette., 
Twilight, a reverie, W&M. Felix Gantier, , 
Twill Neber Do To Gib It Up So - Nigger Melody as performed by The Ethiopian Serenaders Albert Keller, 
Twixt Two Stools a Man Goes to The Ground J. C. Manning and Charles D'Ace, 
Two Angels . W&M: Longfellow, F Romer., 
Two Cities - Song - In the key of B flat major for high voice Alison Dene and Hamilton Gray, 
Two Cities - Song - In the key of F major for low voice Alison Dene and Hamilton Gray, 
Two Cities - Song - In the key of G major Alison Dene and Hamilton Gray, 
Two Eyes of Blue - Song from the "Silver Slipper" in the key of B flat major C H Taylor and Leslie Stuart , 
Two Eyes of Blue - Song from the "Silver Slipper" in the key of D flat major C H Taylor and Leslie Stuart , 
Two Grey Eyes - Song in the Key of F Major for High Voice - Dedicated to Milton Wellings (Friend of Composer) Mary Mark-Lemon and Joseph L. Roeckel, 
Two Heavens Words and music - Nemo and Piccolomini, 
Two little Boys and the Apples . W&M: C Collins, F Barnes, 
Two Little Chicks - From the Musical Play "A Country Girl" - As sung by Mr Huntley Wright and Miss Ethel Irving Paul A. Rubens, 
Two Little Girls in Blue - New Edition with Tonic Sol-Fa arrangement - Paxton edition No. 919 Charles Graham, 
Two Little Girls in Blue - Song Charles Graham, 
Two Little Orphans Words and music - Arthur Brogden and Vivian Hartley, 
Two Lives . W&M: S Williams, C Dick, 
Two Lyrics; A Modest Violet, Could I But Know . W&M: J.Smith, M.Morrison, D.M. Mackay, 
Two Marionettes - Song in the key of B flat major for soprano or tenor Arthur Law and Edith Cooke, 
Two Matches Words and music - Clifford Noble and Harold Chappell, 
Two Musical Sketches A Grunneu, 
Two Old English Song - So Sweet Is Shee and My Lytell Prety One Edited by: Arnold Dolmetsch, 
Two Prayers or A Little Child Shall Lead them Words and music - R F Nash, 
Two Replies . W&M: J L Roeckel, 
Two Sides to a Hedge - Song Henry Pontet & Frederic Wood, 
Two Songs - A Resolve Op.48 and All Souls Day Op. 85 - For High Voice Eduard Lassen, English version my Mrs. Malcolm Lawson, 
Two Songs - A Resolve Op.48 and All Souls Day Op. 85 - For Low Voice Eduard Lassen, English version my Mrs. Malcolm Lawson, 
Two Songs - Could I Forget - A Leave Taking Clifton Bingham and Lawrence Kellie, 
Two Songs - Dear Little Shamrock and Come Back to Erin Claribel and E Austin, 
Two Songs - Looking This Way and Tell Mother I'll Be There J W Van De Venter & Chas M Filmore, 
Two Songs for Piano and Voice Various Composers, 
Two Songs for Piano and Voice Various Composers, 
Two Songs for Piano and Voice Various Composers, 
Two Songs for Piano and Voice Various Composers, 
Two songs, When dead leaves fall & Tis the Spring, sung by Den Davies, composed by Edwin D Lloyds & Follett Thorpe., 
Two Spoons - Song in the key of F major for higher voice Alfred J Caldicott, 
Two Spoons - Song in the key of F major for higher voice Alfred J Caldicott, 
Two Twilights Words and music - W Laine Frost, 
Two-Step: from "A Waltz Dream" . W&M: Oscar Straus, 
Twos Company Frederick E Weatherly and Joseph L Roeckel, 
Tyrley, Tyrlow . W&M: P.Warlock, 
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