HOME  |   ADVANCED SEARCH  |   ORDERING AND DELIVERY  |   TERMS AND PRIVACY  |   ENQUIRY  |   View Cart  

 
Note: This box searches this category only.


 

19th century songs

There are 420 songs beginning with the letter W, click on a title for further details:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z All

W. A. Mozart - "Parto, Parto" (Vengeance! Vengeance!) - Aria from the opera 'La Clemenza di Tito' - For soprano voice, clarinet in b flat and piano - Italian and English words - Edition Schott No. 10148 W. A. Mozart, arranged by Walter Bergmann, 
W. A. Mozart Favourite songs - To Chloe - German and English words W. A. Mozart, 
W.S. Riley and Son's Penny Musical Album - Ninth Series Richard Elton and Denham Harrison, 
Waft Her Angels. Air for Tenor Words and music - From Handels Jephtha, 
Wagner - Das Rheingold (Musik fur Alle) - For Voice and Piano - From Der Ring des Nibelungen Richard Wagner, 
Wagner - Lohengrin - Cassell's Operatic Selections No. 13 - For Voice & Piano Richard Wagner, arranged by W. F. Barnett, 
Wagner - Walther's Prize Song - From 'The Mastersingers of Nuremberg' - In A Major for a Male Voice with Pianoforte accompaniment - With English and German words R. Wagner, English words by Frederick Jameson, 
Wait a minute!, Berlin polka, W&M. Alan Macey, , 
Wait Awhile Words and music - Edward Oxenford and Cotsford Dick, 
Wait for the Waggon - Popular Song - Musical Bouquet No. 1167 Geo. P. Knaudd, 
Wait for the Wagon and Some Folks - Popular Negro Songs JP Knauff and S C Foster, 
Wait Till The Clouds Roll By Words and music - J H Fulmer, J Wood, 
Wait till the Clouds Roll By - Sung by The Moore and Burgess Minstrels and The Mohawk Minstrels - Howard and Co edition No. 547 J. T. Wood and H. J. Fulmer, 
Waiting Words and music - Mike Beverly and T Marzials, 
Waiting Words and music - Ellen H Flagg and H Millard, 
Waiting at the Ferry Words and music - G A MacFarren, 
Waiting For Jack Words and music - Frank W Pratt and S Claude Ridley, 
Waiting for the King . W&M: Jessie Moir, Frank L Moir, 
Wake Sweetest Melody (Soave Imagine) Words and music - Alfred Morland Eso and Mercadante, 
Wake us at Dawn Mother, sung by Will Leslie of the original Christy Minstrels, W&M. F W Green, A Nish,, 
Wake, Sarmatia's Sons, Awake . W&M: E Jackson, 
Wake, Wake The Hymn of Gladness - A sacred song - In commemeration of The London Missionary Society's Jubilee September 1844 - Respectfully Dedicated to George Pritchard Esq. Mrs Ellis and Edward Schomberg, 
Walter the Woodman Words and music - W H Bellamy, John L Hatton, 
Waltz Intermezzo. W&M: H.Dexter., 
Waltz of The Blackberry Gatherers - Choruses for Equal Voices No. 98 A. J. Foxwell and Adam Geibel, 
Walzer . W&M: B.Godard, 
Wandering Wille, from Wilson's Edition of "The Songs of Scotland", as Sung by him. Dedicated by permission to the Queen Words and music - Wilson, 
Wandering Willie. Standard Scotch Songs Words and music - Hamilton Clarke, 
Wann der Auerhagn balzt - Steirisches Lied fur Gesang und Clavieroder Solo mit Chor Th. F. Schild, 
Wapping old Stairs - Nautical Song J Percy, 
Wast Thou Ever True . W&M: L Novra, Traventi, 
Watching Alone Words and music - G Hubi Newcombe and A Herbert Brewer, 
Watching For Pa - Song - As sung by The Christy Minstrels H C Work, 
Watching for Pa - Song and Chorus as sung by Christy Minstrels - New Edition with Tonic Sol-Fa - London Music Publishing Stores No. 142 Henry C. Work edited by R. Gaythorne, 
Watching for the Footsteps, ballad, W&M. H W Godfrey, , 
Watching the Children Play: from "Natural Gas" Words and music - L Bruck, 
Watching the Embers F E Weatherly and Ciro Pinsuti, 
Way - Side Chapel . W&M: G D Wilson, 
Wayside Flowers Words and music - L Murray, 
Wayside Rose Words and music - L.Rothery, V.Watson, R.Erwin, 
Wayward Wind - Song - Key of E Flat Franceso Berger, 
We Are Coming Sister Mary . W&M: H T Swatton., 
We are free by Robert Nicoll & Herr Staudigi., 
We Are Wand'ring O'er The Mountains . W&M: T Clarke, W V Wallace, 
We come to thee savoy, duet for treble and contralto, sung by Miss Emma Lucombe and Miss Dolby, Misses Williams, Mrs Smith and Misses Flower Words and music - G K Paxon and Chas. W Glover, 
We Did Ave a Time, humorous song Words and music - Albert chevalier and Charles Ingle, 
We Have Been Friends Together - Song The Hoonble. Mrs Norton and John Blockley, 
We have lived and loved together, W&M. Henri Herz,, 
We Kissed Again With Tears Words and music - Tennyson and Lawrence Kellie, 
We May Be Happy Yet: from "The Daughter of St Mark" Words and music - M W Balfe, 
We Must Not Part - Song in the key of B flat major for high voice Poetry Attributed to The Earl of Rochester and Frank L Moir, 
We Must Not Part - Song in the key of G major for low voice Poetry Attributed to The Earl of Rochester and Frank L Moir, 
We Praise Thee - Sacred song - Song in the key of D major for medium voice Southwell Alvey and Oscar Verne, 
We Praise Thee - Sacred song - Song in the key of F major for high voice Southwell Alvey and Oscar Verne, 
We Pray Thee Father Hear Us . W&M: F Curschmann, 
We Shall Meet at Last - Song Music - Colson Taylor - Words - Clifton Bingham, 
We Shall Meet In Heaven . W&M: W Wilson, Revd Young, 
We Two Words and music - Marion Haig and A H Behrend , 
We Two. Ballad Words and music - George Cooper and J R Thomas, 
We Will Never Part Again . W&M: J P Ordway, 
We'd Better Bide A Wee - Song - For Piano and Voice - Sung by Madlle. Liebhart Claribel, 
We'll Walk To Church Arm In Arm J.E. Conan and Bowker Andrews, 
We're Getting Older Every Day Willoughby Maycock, 
Wearin O' The Green - Song Dion Boucicault and Charles Hall, 
Weary . W&M: Russell Gray, 
Weary flowers their buds are closing - No.13 of 'Songs and Ballads' Thos.Oliphant & Franz Schubert, 
Weary Of Earth. Sacred Song Words and music - The Rev S J Stone and Frank L Moir, 
Weber The Huntsmans Chorus from Der Freischutz, 
Weber - Der Freischutz - Cassell's Operatic Selections No. 11 - For Voice & Piano with Tonic Sol Fa and The Story of Der Freischutz Weber, arranged by Pascal Needham, words adapted by P. Stafford, 
Weber's Last Waltz - Newly arranged for the Pianoforte Miriam Shirley, 
Weber, Freischutze No14 & No18, , 
Wedding March, Words and music - Mendelssohn, , 
Wedding Song - English-German - Wither thou goest, there will i go also(Wo du hingehst, da will auch ich hingehen) - Edition Peters Flor Peeters, 
Wee Willie Gray. Scottish Songs Words and music - Burns and arranged by William Robertson , 
Weel May the Keel Row Transcribed by A. Dobigny, 
Weep On Words and music - Thomas Clarke Esq and Osmond G Phillips, 
Weep When I'm No More - Sacred Song - Composed and Dedicated to Mrs Beale Charles Churchill and Walter Maynard, 
Weep ye no more Words and music - W Cooke, Dowland, 
Weep You No More, Sad Fountains . W&M: B.Waymark, 
Weeping sad and lonely or When this cruel war is over, sung by Christys Minstrels, with piano accompaniment
Weeping Sad and Lonely, or (when this cruel war is over), sung by Christys Minstrels Words and music - Henry Tucker, 
Weihnachtslieder (with appendix), Tiefere Stimme Words and music - Peter Cornelius, 
Weihnachtslieder, Tiefere Stimme Words and music - Cornelius, 
Weihnachtspastorale (Christmas Pastorale) and Prelude in C Minor G Merkel, S Rachmaninoff, 
Welcome ever welcome friends - Ballad - As sung by Mr Jennings & Mr Edgar Wilson G H French & Inglis Bervon, 
Welcome ever welcome friends - Ballad with Tonic Sol Fa - In the key of A Major for medium voice G H French & Inglis Bervon., 
Welcome ever welcome friends - Ballad with Tonic Sol Fa - In the key of G Major for low voice G H French & Inglis Bervon, 
Welcome Home The Bride . W&M: George Linley, 
Welcome Little Robin Words and music - Sam Bagnall, 
Welcome me home - Ballad Thomas Haynes Bayly, 
Welcome me home - Ballad Thomas Haynes Bayly, 
Welcome me home - Ballad Thomas Haynes Bayly, 
Welcome me home, -The Troubadours song - A ballad as sung by Mrs W. Knyvett Thomas Haynes Bayly, 
Welcome My Bonnie Lad . W&M: B Richards, G Linley, 
Welcome Welcome, Jacobite Song Words and music - Elizth. Masson, 
Well have Merry Songs in the Wintry Hours Words and music - J Bruton and A Fry, 
Well Walk To Church Arm In Arm. Bowker Andrews Words and music - J E Conan & Bowker Andrews (with picture on the front cover), 
Wellington, song, W&M. Charles Jefferys, , 
Were I A King (Si Jetais Roi) Words and music - Victor Hugo, Theo Marzials and A Goring Thomas, 
Were I The Nightingale. Number 10 of Vocal Gems of Germany Words and music - William Hutchins Callcott, 
Were I The Sun. Old Time song Number 2 Words and music - A Horspool and Piccolomini, 
Were We Lovers Then? - Song - No. 3 in Key of G for High Voice - As sung by Mr Barrington Foote Cecil Lorraine and Hope Temple, 
Werther No.6 by J Massenet, E Blau, P Milliet & G Hartmann., 
Weyla's Song for high voice. German and English words Hugo Wolf, 
What A Maiden Said to me . W&M: J Essex, B Wollaston., 
What A Wonderful Difference It Makes Words and music - John Cooke Junr and Vincent Davies, 
What ails thee My son Robin, A Lancashire song Words and music - Edwin Waugh and Henry Phillips, 
What Are The Wild Waves Saying - Song found on an incident in the narrative of Dombey and Son J E Carpenter, S Glover, inscribed to Charles Dickens, 
What Bells are those so soft and clear? Christmas Chimes, dedicated to Mrs Wm. Chambers Words and music - RB and Brinley Richards,, 
What Do The Green Leaves Whisper? Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Frederic H Cowen, 
What do the wild winds say?, . W&M: P T Sullivan & William Wilson, , 
What I found thee I strive to forget! - Canzonet - Barnett's Library of Music series No. II, original Sforza and John Barnett, 
What is the use of loving a Girl? or Unrequired Love - Featuring Frank Leo Frank Leo, 
What Makes This Poor Bosom Words and music - Spohr, 
What Nerves The Hunter Words and music - Louis Spohr, 
What On Earth My Dear Susan . W&M: J F Garrett, L Leo., 
What pleasure can equal the foresters freedom, the celebrated Hunters chorus in the opera of Der Freischutz, W&M. Carl Maria von Weber, translated by Charles Arnold,, 
What Shall I Sing To Thee Words and music - Rea and Ciro Pinsuti, 
What Then Is Love . W&M: T Ford, E H Fellowes, 
What tho' I trace eachHerb & Flower - Air in the Oratorio of Solomon G. F. Handel, 
What We Have Loved We Love For Ever. From The Afterglow Words and music - Ciro Pinsuti, 
What We Have Loved We Love Forever . W&M: C Pinsuit, Word "The Afterglow"., 
What will Mamma say Words and music - Speranza and Jules Cohen, 
What will they say in England? - Song - As sung by Mr George Tedder - In honor of the victory on the Alma Rev J S B Monsell & J W Hobbs, 
What Will You Do Love, No 7 of Songs of Handy Andy By Samuel Lover, 
What Will You Have Next? George A. Stevens, 
What's the Matter With_________? He's All Right - Comical topical song Mr. Charles Coborn, 
Whate'er my Lot in life may be - Ballad sung by Mr Harrison in the grand Opera "The Crusaders" - Performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane Alfred Bunn Esq. and Jules Benedict, 
Whats a Little Maid to Do F E Weatherly and A H Behrend, 
Whats a the steer kimmer or The gude wifes welcome home - Ballad Alexander Lee arranged by Frederick Smith, 
Whats a the steer kimmer or The gude wifes welcome home - Ballad as sung by Mrs Waylett Alexander Lee, 
Whats The Use Of An Old Log Cabin To Me? - Song Alf J Lawrence and Tom Mellor, 
When a Charmer would win me. (Questa o Quella). Aria from the Opera Rigoletto Words and music - Claude Aveling and G Verdi, 
When a Little While Has Flown Clifton Bingham and Turner Lloyd, 
When a Merry Maiden - Warnung (Spanisch) - No. 2 in key of E flat Paul England and Erik Meyer-Helmund edited by Jesse C. Blake, 
When all Created Streams are Dried - Sacred Song Music - Charles W. Glover Words - Dr. John Ryland, 
When All Was Young: from "Faust" Words and music - Henry F Chorley, O Pradere, Charles Gounod, 
When Beauty Smiles Words and music - Edward Martin Seymour and J Edward Fraser, 
When Bright Eyes Glance Words and music - Clifton Bingham, Walter, W Hedgcock, 
When Celia Sings - Key of F major for High voice F L Moir and Clifton Bingham, 
When Daffodils Unfold . W&M: E A Dick, A Hancock, 
When Damsels Eyes Were Bright Words and music - Sydney H Cooke, 
When Day Is Bright. Words and music - T Hood, J Hatton., 
When Daylight Fades Words and music - Frank L Moir, 
When Dull Care (Old English Melody) - In the key of F major for low voice Arranged by H Lane Wilson, 
When Dull Care (Old English Melody) - In the key of G major for high voice Arranged by H Lane Wilson, 
When Evening Rays Were Red Words and music - Graham Valmore, 
When Fairyland was young, dedicated to Liza Lehmann Words and music - Rev. Stopford A Brooke & Arthur Somervell, 
When Father Laid The Carpet on The Stairs - Burlesque Pathetic Song Nelson Jackson, 
When first I went to sea, sung by Mr Ransford, W&M. J E Carpenter, E Ransford,, 
When First This Lonely Shore I Sought. Ballad from the cantata Graziella Words and music - Sir Julius Benedict and Henry Hersee, 
When Heaven sang to Earth by Nella & Henry Parker., 
When Henry Died, ballad sung by Mrs Ashe, W&M. Rauzzini, G F Williams,, 
When Here I Dwelt . W&M: W L Anderson., 
When I am Laid in Earth - Didos lament in 'Dido and Anaeas' - Key of C major - Compass C sharp to G Henry Purcell - Edited by Edmondstoune Duncan, 
When I First Met You - Paxton edition no. 1307 Wilfrid Tizard arranged by Ezra Read, 
When I Was Young - For a contralto Voice Henry F Chorley, 
When In The Twilight Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Joseph H Adams, 
When its Springtime in the Rockies - As performed by Johnny Ray M H Woolsey and R Sauer, 
When Jack and I were Children - Song - In the key of D major for Low Voice Hermann Lohr and Fred. Weatherly, 
When Jack and I were Children - Song - In the key of E major for Medium Voice Hermann Lohr and Fred. Weatherly, 
When Jack and I were Children - Song - In the key of F major for High Voice Hermann Lohr and Fred. Weatherly, 
When Johnnny Comes Home . W&M: Galop, 
When Johnny Comes Marching Home . Arr: Baylis Burton, 
When Johnny comes Marching Home Words and music - J Williams and G W Moore, 
When Johnny comes Marching Home, popular ballad sung by The Christys Minstrels W&M. , 
When Love Is Kind - Old Melody in the Key of F major for Low voice Thomas Moore arranged by A.L., 
When Love Is Kind - Song - Old melody - Key of A flat major for high voice Words by Thomas Moore arranged by A.L., 
When lovers meet again - English lyrics Set IV, No. 2 C H H Parry & Langdon Elwyn Mitchell, 
When Maidens in Summer go Hawking, W&M. J E Carpenter, J W Hobbs, , 
When Mandolines Are Ringing Words and music - Wilfred Mills and Angelo Mascheroni, 
When March Winds Are Blowing Words and music - W H Phillips, 
When Myra Sings - Song in the Key of E flat major for Low Voice George Granville, Lord Lansdowne and A L, 
When Myra Sings - Song in the Key of F major for High Voice George Granville, Lord Lansdowne and A L, 
When Night is Darkest and Dawn is Nearest - Sung by Madame Patey Whytock J. Wilce and Edward Land, 
When Night Is Gathering Round Words and music - Zeila and G Gear., 
When Other Lips - Celebrated Tenor Song from The Bohemian Girl - Musical Bouquet No. 7527 M.W. Balfe, 
When Other Lips from The Bohemian Girl Words and music - Alfred Bunn and M W Balfe, 
When Others Flatter and Beguile . W&M: A Templar., 
When our noble count comes back, song in the opera "Lara", sung by Miss Cottrell, . W&M: J Oxenford & A Maillart, , 
When Roses Wake Words and music - Clifton Bingham and H Trotere, 
When Shadows Lengthen Words and music - Henry Mason and Alfred Dixon Lord, 
When Shall We Meet Words and music - Walter Travers and Oscar Verne, 
When shall we three meet again, a ballad sung by Madame Caradori & also by Clara Novello, composed by W Horsley., 
When Silently the Day is Dying (Le Soir) - Melodie - Key of D A. Lamartine and Ch. Gounod, 
When Sorrow Sleepeth, Wake it Not (Wenn die Sorge schlaeft, wecke sie nicht)- Song - In the key of D flat major for Soprano or Tenor Miss M A Stodart & Edward Land, 
When Sorrow Sleepeth, Wake it Not (Wenn die Sorge schlaeft, wecke sie nicht)- Song - Sung by Miss M Williams at the Concerts of The English Glee and Madrigal Union Miss M A Stodart & Edward Land, 
When Sorry Sleepeth, Wake It Not - Song E Land and Miss M A Stodart, 
When Stars Are In The Quiet Skies Words and music - Lord Lytton and Violet I C Hooley, 
When The Bouys Come Home. (Home Boys Home) Camp Fire Ditty Words and music - W H Jude, 
When the children are asleep - Arranged for Piano William Hutchison in an easy and Familiar Style, 
When The Children Have Gone To Bed - Popular Song A E Lawrence and George Lester, 
When the Children Pray - Song - In the key of C major for low voice Charles Gounod, words by Otway Thorpe, 
When the Children Pray - Song - In the key of E flat major Charles Gounod, words by Otway Thorpe, 
When The Daylight Fades . W&M: F Bevan, B Gurr, 
When the Ear heard Him - Quartet taken from the Anthem - Composed for the Funeral of Caroline Queen of George 2nd - For S. A. T. B G. F. Handel, 
When The Elves At Dawn Do Pass, Ballad . W&M: H.F.Chorley, W.V.Wallace, 
When The Fair Land of Poland - from "The Bohemian Girl" Alfred Bunn and M W Balfe, 
When The Gorse Is In Blossom. Ballad Words and music - Gordon Campbell and Eaton Faning, 
When The Harvest Days are over Words and music - H Von Tilzer, H Graham, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the Key of C major for Low voice Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the Key of D major for low voice - As sung by Mrs Osgood & Madame Edith Wynne Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the Key of D major for medium voice Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the Key of D major for medium voice Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the key of D major for medium voice Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the key of D major for medium voice - The Excelsior series No. 83 - For Piano and Voice Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When the Heart is Young - Song - In the Key of E flat major for High voice - As sung by Mrs Osgood & Madame Edith Wynne Charles Swain & Dudley Buck, 
When The House Is Still Words and music - Amelia B Edwards and J Blumenthal, 
When the Leaves Begin to Turn - Song - Howard and Co. edition No. 565 C. A. White, 
When The Light And The Spell Of Thy Beauty Are Gone. Sung by Mr Charles Braham in the Ballad Opera Robin Goodfellow at the Princess Theatre Words and music - E J Loder, 
When the Moon is Brightly Shining B Molique, 
When the Moon is brightly shining - Wessel & Co series of German Songs Series No. 272 - Composed at the express request of Wessel & Co and dedicated to Mr Kroff I. B. Molique, 
When The Night Winds Blow Soft: Ballad . W&M: Dores, Anton Strelezki, 
When The Pilot Takes Command Words and music - C Graham, 
When the quiet moon is beaming (Wenn so sanft und mild Selene) - Sung by Marie Doria Johannas Schondorf, 
When the Robin's Nest Again - Song Frank Howard, 
When the rosy morn appearing, a favorite trio in Rosina, W&M. , 
When The Silver Moon Is Beaming Words and music - Horace Martin and Johannas Schondorf, 
When the Spark of Life is Waning, sacred ballad, W&M. Michael Watson, Rev. Canon Dale, , 
When the Stars were brightly shining (E lucevan le stelle) - The Letter Song - From the Opera Tosca - Act III - English and Italian text G. Puccini, English words by Beatty-Kingston, 
When the Swallows Homeward Fly Words and music - Walter Powell & Franz Abt, 
When The Swallows Homeward Fly - Song Traditional words from a German Volkslied arranged by Maude Valerie White, 
When The Thorn Is White With Blossom. Lied Der Hirtin. With English and German Words Words and music - C M Von Weber, 
When The Tide Comes In Words and music - H Ashland Kean and Harrison Millard, 
When the Tide comes in, sung by Antoinette Sterling Words and music - H Ashland Kean & J Barnby, 
When the Twilight Folds Around the Taj Mahal W. Gordon Brewer, 
When the wind blows, a favorite round sung by Treby, Slader & Durusett, in the melo drama of The Miller & his Men, W&M. Henry R Bishop, , 
When Those Bright Hours are Fled - Song - Composed and Dedicated to Mifs Beale Walter Maynard, 
When Thou Art Near Me, No. 2 in D Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Hermann Lohr, 
When Thou Singst at Evening: Cazonet Words and music - J S G, Michael Watson, 
When Thou'rt Lonely Think of Me - Ballad - Dedicated to Wm. Whelon Esq. Miss Kate Wilkinson and F. Dean, 
When Thy Blue Eyes Words and music - J Goddard and E Lassen, 
When time hath bereft thee, sungby H Phillips in the Grand Opera "Masked Ball", W&M. T Cooke, I R Planche,, 
When Twilight Comes - Song in the key of C major - No. 32 of the "Song Post" Card Series Baroness Porteous and Anton Strelezki , 
When Two That Love Are Parted . W&M: Theo Marzials, Secchi, , 
When we all Begin to Fly F. V. St. Clair - Arranged by Carl Hamlin, 
When we are old and Gray Words and music - F E Weatherly & Mdme Sainton Dolby, 
When we are parted!, ballad dedicated to the Marchioness of Hastings, W&M. Hamilton Aide, Jacques Blumenthal, , 
When we the red wine quaff, W&M. A Valdemar, H Schartau,, 
When We Went a Maying J. E. Carpenter and Alfred Mattacks, 
When winds breathe soft, Glee for five voices, W&M. Samuel Webbe & John Clarke, , 
When Ye Gang Awa Jamie (The Duke of Athols Courtship) . W&M: Traditional Highland Ballad. , 
When You and I were Young - Ballad - Sung by Miss Poole - For Voice with Piano Forte accompaniment G. B. Allen, 
When You Are Down The Mine Albert E. Richards, 
When you come to my Mountain Home, Ballad Words and music - A Wheeler and F H Brown, 
When You Come to Think of It Harry Nicholls, 
When You Forget - Song in the Key of C major for low voice Arthur Phillip Coxford and Theo Bonheur, 
When You Forget - Song in the Key of D major Arthur Phillip Coxford and Theo Bonheur, 
When You Forget - Song in the Key of E flat major Arthur Phillip Coxford and Theo Bonheur, 
When You Forget - Song in the Key of F major for High Voice Arthur Phillip Coxford and Theo Bonheur, 
When You Forget. With Violin obbligato Words and music - Arthur Phillip Coxford amd Theo Bonheur, 
When you're a long way from home Sam Lewis and Geo Mayer, 
Where Are the Friends of My Youth: Mr H Drummond Words and music - Lt. Col Addison, G Barker, 
Where are the Friends of My Youth?, by George Barker & Lieutenant Colonel Addison., 
Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid Words and music - I Nathan and Kenny, 
Where art thou wandering little Child - Song - Sung by Made. Lemmens Sherrington John Clare and Frank Mori, 
Where Corals Lie - from "Sea Pictures" Richard Garnett and Edward Elgar, 
Where Corals Lie - from "Sea Pictures" in the key of D and B minor for low voice Richard Garnett and Edward Elgar, 
Where Do The Angels Dwell, Mother? . W&M: W S, A Cowell, 
Where E'er You Walk - Song from 'Semele' - Key of G major for lower voice G. F. Handel, 
Where eer You Walk G.F. Handel, Edited by Edgardo Levi, 
Where floats the standard (Die Fahnenwacht) - Sung by Herr Pischek English version by Thomas Oliphant composed by P Lindpaintner, 
Where I would be, . W&M: M Lindsay (J Worthington Bliss), 
Where is Mother's Darling Boy? Words and music - S Mackenzie, 
Where is the German Fatherland? (Was ist des Deutschen Vaterland?), The National song of United Germany Words and music - Lewis Filmore & Carl Weippert, 
Where Is The Minstrel's Fatherland? - Wessel & Co's Auswahl Deutscher Gesange No. 32 C. M. von Webber, 
Where shadows are not - Song No. 3 in key of E flat Clifton Bingham & Frederic H. Cowen , 
Where the Bee Sucks - Song from the music to the Tempest - Key of B flat major Arthur S Sullivan and Shakespeare, 
Where the Bee Sucks - Song from the music to the Tempest - Key of D flat major (Original key) Arthur S Sullivan and Shakespeare, 
Where the bee sucks, sung by Miss P Horton in Shakespeares play of The Tempest, Words and music - Shakespeare & Dr Arne, arranged by E Fawcett, 
Where The Bee Sucks. Bravura Song Words and music - Dr Arne, 
Where the Lanterns Glow . W&M: Clifford Harris, Jas.W.Tate, 
Where the Rainbow Ends. W&M: R Weston, F Barnes., 
Where To Go - Geographical Absurd Ditty . W&M: J F McArdle, 
Where'er You Go - Song in the key of D major for Lower Voice Lord Henry Somerset, 
Where'er You Go - Song in the key of F major for High Voice Lord Henry Somerset, 
Where'er You Walk G.F. Handel, Edited by H. Heale, 
Whereas . W&M: F Corder, 
While the Lads of the Village - Song Mr Dibdin, 
While The Silver Tints The Gold . W&M: A French, C D Blake, 
While this heart its joy revealing (Sovria Il Sen) and Oh! I Cannot give Expression (Ah! Vorrei Troval Parola) - From the Opera of La Sonnambula - With the original Italian Words and the celebrated English Version - The Musical Treasury No.'s 709-10 Bellini and Samuel Beazley Esq., 
While Thou Art Mine Words and music - Frederic W Paine and Clifford Chambers, 
Whisper and I Shall Hear - Song - In the key of A flat major for low voice M Piccolomini and G Hubi Newcombe, 
Whisper and I Shall Hear - Song - In the key of B flat major M Piccolomini and G Hubi Newcombe, 
Whisper and I Shall Hear - Song - In the key of C major M Piccolomini and G Hubi Newcombe, 
Whisper Old Sweet Name Words and music - Clifton Bingham and Alan Macey, 
Whisperd. With Violin or Cello Accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - Stanhope Gray and Thomas Hutchinson, 
Whispering Hope - Song as performed by the Andrews Sisters Alice Hawthorne, 
Whispering Hope - Song in the Key of C major Alice Hawthorne, 
Whispering Hope - Song in the Key of C major Alice Hawthorne, 
Whispering Hope - Song in the key of E flat major Alice Hawthorne, 
Whisperings of Home Words and music - Berthold Tours, 
Whispers from Erin, Phantasy, By W S Rockstro,, 
Whistling Jim . W&M: G F Root, E Cympson, 
Whistling Rufus or The one man band - A Characteristic March, vocal version Kerry Mills, 
White Blossoms, sung by Miss Fannie Leslie at the Princesss Theatre, W&M. G W Hunt, W C Levey, , 
White Heather . W&M: Clifton Bingham, Landon Ronald, 
White Squall, a sea song, sung by, Mr Barker, Mr E Seguin, Mr Purday, Mr Morley and Mr Ransford, The poetry from The Foget Me Not, By Richard Johns, G A Barker., 
White Wings - Sung by the Mohawk Minstrels Banks Winter, 
White Wings - Sung by the Mohawk Minstrels Banks Winter, 
White Wings Waltz Words and music - W.A.Warren, 
Who Can Tell Words and music - E Ransford and George B Allen, 
Who is my neighbour - No. 4 of "The Songs of the Holy Parables" Fanny E Lacy, arranged by Charles W. Clover , 
Who is Sylvia (Was ist Sylvia) - Hedge Rose - Master Song Series Shakespeare, Goethe and Franz Schubert, 
Who is Sylvia - Song Franz Schubert & Shakespeare, 
Who is Sylvia - Song in the key of G major Franz Schubert & Shakespeare, 
Who Is Sylvia? (Was Ist Sylvia) Words and music - Franz Schhubert, 
Who Shall Win My Lady Fair? - A Four-Part Song - Musical Bouquet No. 8279 R.L. Pearsall, 
Who'll Have Me: Miss Poole . W&M: G A Hodson, 
Who's that Tapping at the Garden Gate: song Words and music - J Loker and S W New, 
Wholl Buy My Lavender Words and music - Caryl Battersby and Edward German, 
Whos That Calling So Sweet Terence Deveen, 
Whos that Calling so Sweet, ranch song with banjo accompaniment, as sung at The Avenue Theatre by Lydia Yeamans Words and music - Terence Deveen, 
Why are you wandering here I pray - Favorite Song newly arranged with an accompaniment for the Pianoforte - Hart and Co edition No. 30 J. Kenny and I. Nathan, 
Why are you weeping? - Ballad sung by Mrs Wood Henri Herz, 
Why Ask Me To Sing?. Words and music - W Maynard, J Hatton., 
Why Beateth So O Heart? Words and music - Arthur Chapman and F Paolo Tosti, 
Why Chime the Bells So Merrily, "The Old and New Year" - Ballad J B Phillips and J P Knight, 
Why didnt you leave me years ago instead of leaving me now - For Piano and Voice Sidney D Mitchelle, Grant Clarke and Archie Gottler, 
Why do summer roses fade? Words and music - J E Carpenter and George Barker, 
Why do Summer Roses Fade?, sung by Miss Andrews, W&M. J E Carpenter, George Barker, , 
Why do the Nations so Furiously Rage Together, Air, No. 17 Composed by Handel, Haydn and Mozart with an accompaniment for the organ or pianoforte by Vicent Novello, 
Why do you call me? Words and music - Edward Lockton and Marjory Meade, 
Why Do You Watch The Lone Lone Deep? . W&M: S Glover, J E Carpenter., 
Why Is It So? Song Words and music - Gerald M Lane, 
Why Linger So Long . W&M: J E Carpenter, E Land., 
Why must we say goodbye, in G Words and music - H J Treadwell, E Cooke, 
Why Not Today? Song Words and music - H L D Arcy Jaxone & Thomas Hutchinson, 
Why So Late . W&M: L Stuart., 
Why, song Words and music - John Barnes Wells, 
Why? - Encore Song P J O Reilly abd Percy Elliott, 
Wickins' Favourite Fireside Music Various Composers, 
Wie die Blumen flustern . W&M: H.Wenzel, 
Wiegenlied. R Reinick, German words only Wilhem Taubert, 
Wife, Children and Friends Will Mayne & Will Godwin, 
Wild Flowers - Ballad Poetry by Delius and Composed by W. Vincent Wallace, 
Will O'The Wisp . W&M: J H Tully,, 
Will You Buy My flowers . W&M: George Linley, 
Will you come to my mountain home Words and music - A. Wheeler and Francis H. Brown, 
Will you lov Me then as Now? W&M. , 
Will You Love Me Then as Now - Sung by Miss Birch - For Piano and Voice Unknown, 
William and Susan, a favorite song adapted for the piano W&M. unknown, , 
Willie We Have Miss'd You . W&M: S C Foster., 
Willie we have missed you - Ballad - Sung by Christys Minstrels Stephen Foster, 
Willie we have missed you, sung by Christys Minstrels S C Foster, 
Willie's Gane to Melville Castle - Old Scotch Song in the Key of C Major Composer Unknown, 
Willies such a tease, serio comic song by Oswald Allan & John Guest., 
Willies Welcome Home Quadrille, including Oh Willie we have missed you, Toll the Bell, Wait for the Wagon, Kiss Me Quick and Go, Ring the Banjo & Hoop de Dooden Do, sung by The Christys Minstrels, W&M. Theophile Servier, , 
Wilt thou remain then true to me? Words and music - C Eckert, 
Wilt thou remember me?, sung by Mr Machin, composed by Thomas Blake & Bianchi Taylor., 
Wilt thou say farewell love, a ballad, W&M. Thomas Moore , , 
Wilt thou then remember me, ballad sung by Miss Ransford, composed by Alfred Morland & Mercadante., 
Wilt Thou Understand? Song Words and music - Gwendolen Gore & Jacques Blumenthal, 
Wind and Sea. Song. Great Success of Firelight Fancies, by A H Behrend Words and music - Bayard Taylor & Josef Trousselle, 
Winds in the Trees - Song - In the key of C major for low voice Miss Muloch and A Goring Thomas, 
Winds in the Trees - Song - In the key of F major for high voice Miss Muloch and A Goring Thomas, 
Winds In The Trees - Song in the key of E flat major for medium voice A Goring Thomas and Miss Muloch, 
Winds of the Eve, arietta, . W&M: O Summers & W M Lutz, , 
Wingey, Wangey Woo - song Herbert Rule and Paul Pelham, 
Wings . W&M: H A Wollehaupt., 
Wings - Song- Dedicated to Mrs F Powell Hopkins Percy Boyd Esq. and Dolores, 
Winnie O The Mill. Ballad Words and music - C O Clayton and J R Thomas, 
Winning the Gloves - Comic Ballad from Year's end to Year's End - The World and His Wife J E Carpenter and Chas. W Glove, 
Winter Night, . W&M: Stephen Glover & J E Carpenter, , 
Winter Nights Words and music - Andrew Park and Charles H Purday, 
Winter, sung by Alice Gomez Words and music - A P Graves & Alfred Scott Gatty, 
Winterlied & In Shower and Sunshine - Songs in English and German - Op. 2 - For High Voice Henning von Koss, Mrs. John P. Morgan, E. David and W. Osterwald, 
Winterlied & In Shower and Sunshine - Songs in English and German - Op. 2 - For Low Voice Henning von Koss, Mrs. John P. Morgan, E. David and W. Osterwald, 
Winterlied - Song with German Words Henning Von Koss, 
Wirbelwind Words and music - Aug Ludwig, 
With all thy faults I love thee still by T Hoskin, arranged by J Calcott., 
With drum and fife (The bravest boys of all), . W&M: Southwell Alvey & Theo. Bonheur, , 
With Horse And Hound. Hunting Song Words and music - H L Darcy Jaxone and Alfred J Caldicott, 
With Love and Caresses. Mit Kosen und Lieben By A von Chamisso. English translation by M V W, 
With Lowly Suit . W&M: E Loder, Arne., 
With Tearful Eyes- Recit. & Hear my Last Sad Adieu!- Romance Music - L. Niedermeyer [1802-1861] Words - Harcourt Russell, 
With the Colours. Song Words and music - Arthur St Ives & Theo Bonheur, 
With Thee. Song with Piano, Violin and Cello Accompaniment Ad Lib Words and music - John Muir & Thomas Hutchinson, 
With Verdure Clad (From Haydn's Creation) - Twelve Sacred Melodies Series No. 2 Haydn arranged by J. A. Wade, 
With Verdure Clad - Air in the Oratorio of 'The Creation' F Haydn, 
Withered Flowers. Trockne Blumen. In E Minor. No. 809 from Germania. Favourite German Songs with English Words. Tenth Series Words and music - F Schubert, 
Within a mile o Edinboro Town - Song J Hook & Herbert Daykin., 
Within a Mile of Edinburgh - Scottish Song G A Macfarren and J Hook, 
Within a Mile of Edinburgh - Scottish Song Words altered from Tom D'Urfey, tune by James Hook, 
Within the Minster - Song - In the Key of F Major - For Low Voice H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Vernon Rey, 
Within The Shadow - Song - To Mr Herbert Sims Reeves F E Weatherly & J M Capel, 
Within These Sacred Bowers Air from The Magic Flute W A Mozart, 
Within this Holy Temple, No13 of Hopwood & Crews Beauties of Germany, . W&M: W A Mozart., 
Within Your Heart - Song G Hubi Newcombe & H Trotere, 
Within Your Heart - Song in the key of D major for Low voice G Hubi Newcombe & H Trotere, 
Within Your Heart - Song in the key of E flat major G Hubi Newcombe & H Trotere, 
Without Thee . W&M: Victor Hugo, R St Leonards, G d'Hardelot, 
Woe's Me - Song - Composed and Dedicated to Mifs Laura Beale - For Piano and Voice Walter Maynard, 
Woman's Love and Life - A Cycle of Songs - For Voice and Pianoforte - Op. 42 A. Von Chamisso, Composed by Robert Schumann, 
Womans Love. Sung by Mr Allen in the Grand Opera of Francis The First Words and music - E I Loder, 
Won By a Rose J. L. Roeckel, 
Won't you tell me why Robin? - Song for piano and voice Claribel, 
Wondering Words and music - Frank L Moir, 
Wondering Eyes Words and music - Arthur Anderson and Douglas Mac Laren, 
Wont You Buy My Pretty Flowers, Favorite Song with chorus for Four Voices, A W French & G W Persley, 
Wont You Tell me Millie Darling W. S. Hayes, 
Woo Thou Thy Snowflake, Sir Brians Song from Ivanhoe Words and music - J Sturgis and A Sullivan, 
Woodbine Schottische . W&M: R Eccles, 
Woodland Voices (Loreley). With English and German Words Words and music - A Jensen, 
Woodland Whispers . W&M: J Nordman, 
Woodman spare that tree Words and music - H Russell and G Morrise, 
Woodman Spare that Tree! - Musical Bouquet Series No. 11 Henry Russell, 
Wooing and Wedding. Madame Pyzer Words and music - J A Langford and W T Belcher, 
Wooing the Widow, or Let those laugh who win - Comic Temperance Song Words and Music by John Guest, 
Words to Remember, W&M. J E Carpenter, R J Venn,, 
Wot Cher! (Knocked em in the Old Kent Road) - Song Charles Ingle and Albert Chevalier, 
Would We Could Meet. Ballad Words and music - K Lond and C H R Marriott, 
Would You Care? Chas K Harris, 
Would you remember me by J E Carpenter & Stephen Glover., 
Wouldnt That Be Loverly! . W&M: A.J.Mills, B.Scott, 
Wouldnt you like to know, popular serio comic song Words and music - J G Saxe and F Woolcott, 
Wrap Me Up In My Tarpaulin Jacket - Song Ernest J Symons, 
Write me a Letter from Home - Sung by Christys Minstrels W S Hays, 
Write to me Often - Song - No. 2 in Key of C major Carrie Jacobs Bond, 
Writing to Willie, . W&M: J B Douglas & Henriette, , 
TOP OF PAGE
HOME | ABOUT US | CONTACT | ORDERING AND DELIVERY | TERMS AND PRIVACY