Welcome to Alan Thompson's Songs of Bygone Eras

On this page you will find links to my songs on Youtube (videos, with lyrics) and Soundcloud (Mp3 files only). They are in chronological order of upload dates.

To play a song

 Left click mouse on its link/title (either blue or purple in colour), and from there you'll open the corresponding relevant Youtube video or Soundcloud Mp3 in the current window. Alternatively, a right-click of the mouse will enable a dialogue box so you can open the link in another Tab or Window.

To search for a song

 Press and hold down the Ctrl key followed by the F key to open a "find" dialogue bar. Then, in the "find" bar that appears, use key words from the song titles, the composers names, or the writers names and your search word(s) will be highlighted. Then by pressing enter or scrolling with the mouse you can cycle through all of the entries that have been highlighted.

Schedule.

 New songs added to each of Youtube and Soundcloud on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). This webpage updated monthly.

Youtube Channel Link.

Alan Thompson's Songs of Bygone Eras on Youtube.

Soundcloud Channel Link.

Alan Thompson's Songs of Bygone Eras on Soundcloud.

Science Quiz Sheet Channel Link.

Alan Thompson's Science Quiz Sheets.

 Now, to get to the songs:

Alan Thompson's Songs of Bygone Eras

Youtube Links

Lyricists and Composers

SoundCloud Links

The Lute Player instr

The Lute Player sung
William Watson and Frances Allitsen The Lute Player instr

The Lute Player sung


Anton Dvorak Humoreske instr

The Brave Old Oak instr

The Brave Old Oak sung
H, F, Chorley and E. J. Loder The Brave Old Oak instr

The Brave Old Oak sung
The Wolf instr

The Wolf sung
John O'Keefe and Shield The Wolf instr

The Wolf sung
To Anthea instr

To Anthea sung
Herrick and J. L. Hatton To Anthea instr

To Anthea sung
The Bell Ringer instr

The Bell Ringer sung
John Oxenford and W. Vincent Wallace The Bell Ringer instr

The Bell Ringer sung
An Old English Love Song instr

An Old English Love Song sung
Dowland and Frances Allitsen An Old English Love Song instr

An Old English Love Song sung
Revenge Timotheus Cries Alexander s Feast instr

Revenge Timotheus Cries Alexander s Feast sung
Handel Revenge Timotheus Cries Alexander s Feast instr

Revenge Timotheus Cries Alexander s Feast sung
I Am a Friar of Orders Grey instr

I Am a Friar of Orders Grey sung
John O'Keefe and Reeve I Am a Friar of Orders Grey instr

I Am a Friar of Orders Grey sung
Honour and Arms Samson instr

Honour and Arms Samson sung
Handel Honour and Arms Samson instr

Honour and Arms Samson sung
Butterflies instr

Butterflies sung
Algernon C. Swinburne and Felix Corbett Butterflies instr

Butterflies sung
Rage Thou Angry Storm! instr

Rage Thou Angry Storm! sung
George Linley and Julius Benedict Rage Thou Angry Storm! instr

Rage Thou Angry Storm! sung
Ask Nothing More instr

Ask Nothing More sung
Algernon Charles Swinburne and Theo Marzials Ask Nothing More instr

Ask Nothing More sung
Bedouin Love Song instr

Bedouin Love Song sung
Ciro Pinsuti Bedouin Love Song instr

Bedouin Love Song sung
Come into the Garden Maud inst

Come into the Garden Maud Sung
Alfered Tennyson and M. W. Balfe Come into the Garden Maud inst

Come into the Garden Maud Sung
Good Company instr

Good Company sung
Charles Mackay and Stephen Adams Good Company instr

Good Company sung
Margarita instr

Margarita sung
Frederic E. Weatherly and Frederic N. Lohr Margarita instr

Margarita sung
Nea instr

Nea sung
Henry Pontet Nea instr

Nea sung
Queen of My Heart instr

Queen of My Heart Sung
B. C. Stephenson and Alfred Cellier Queen of My Heart instr

Queen of My Heart Sung
The White Squall instr

The White Squall sung
George Barker The White Squall instr

The White Squall sung
The Romany Lass instr

The Romany Lass sung
F. E. Weatherly and Stephen Adams The Romany Lass instr

The Romany Lass sung
The Garonne instr

The Garonne sung
F. E. Weatherly and Stephen Adams The Garonne instr

The Garonne sung
Plymouth Sound instr

Plymouth Sound sung
G. Clifton Bingham and W. H. Jude Plymouth Sound instr

Plymouth Sound sung
Love s Request instr

Love s Request sung
Campbell Clarke Esq., and Alexander Reichardt Love s Request instr

Love s Request sung
The Message instr

The Message sung
Miss A Procter and Jacques Blumenthal The Message instr

The Message sung
Queen of the Earth instr

Queen of the Earth sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Ciro Pinsuti Queen of the Earth instr

Queen of the Earth sung
Tell Her I Love Her So instr

Tell Her I Love Her So sung
F. E. Weatherly M. A. and P. de Faye Tell Her I Love Her So instr

Tell Her I Love Her So sung
Happy Be Thy Dreams instr

Happy Be Thy Dreams sung
J. E. Carpenter and J. R. Thomas Happy Be Thy Dreams instr

Happy Be Thy Dreams sung
The Scout instr

The Scout sung
H. B. Farnie and F. Campana The Scout instr

The Scout sung
The Silver Rhine instr

The Silver Rhine sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and William M. Hutchinson The Silver Rhine instr

The Silver Rhine sung
Maid of Athens instr

Maid of Athens sung
Lord Byron and W. H. Jude Maid of Athens instr

Maid of Athens sung
My Queen instr

My Queen Sung
Stella and Jacques Blumental My Queen instr

My Queen Sung
Here Upon My Vessels Deck instr

Here Upon My Vessels Deck sung
Ricci and M. Hobson Here Upon My Vessels Deck instr

Here Upon My Vessels Deck sung
Once Again instr

Once Again sung
Lionel H. Lewin and Arthur S. Sullivan Once Again instr

Once Again sung
To the Forest instr

To the Forest sung
Fred J. Whishaw and Tschaikowsky To the Forest instr

To the Forest sung
Beloved It is Morn instr

Beloved It is Morn sung
Emily Hickey and Florence Aylward Beloved It is Morn instr

Beloved It is Morn sung
Droop Not Young Lover instr

Droop Not Young Lover sung
William Hills and Handel Droop Not Young Lover instr

Droop Not Young Lover sung
Litany instr

Litany sung
May Byron and Schubert Litany instr

Litany sung
The Wraith instr

The Wraith sung
Heine, May Byron and Schubert The Wraith instr

The Wraith sung
Mattinata (Dawn Tide) instr

Mattinata (Dawn Tide) sung
Mowbray Marras and F. Paolo Tosti Mattinata (Dawn Tide) instr

Mattinata (Dawn Tide) sung
Daisies instr

Daisies sung
Frank Dempster Sherman and C. B. Hawley Daisies instr

Daisies sung
The Curfew instr

The Curfew sung
J. Tobin and Monk Gould The Curfew instr

The Curfew sung
The Rosary English instr

The Rosary English sung
Robert Cameron Rogers and Ethelbert Nevin The Rosary English instr

The Rosary English sung
On Wings of Song instr

On Wings of Song sung
Paul England and Mendelssohn On Wings of Song instr

On Wings of Song sung
Break Diviner Light instr

Break Diviner Light sung
Tennyson and Frances Allitsen Break Diviner Light instr

Break Diviner Light sung
The Two Grenadiers instr

The Two Grenadiers sung
Paul England and Schumann The Two Grenadiers instr

The Two Grenadiers sung
Maire My Girl instr

Maire My Girl sung
Keegan Casey and George Aitken Maire My Girl instr

Maire My Girl sung
O Pure and Tender Star of Eve instr

O Pure and Tender Star of Eve sung
Paul England and Richard Wagner O Pure and Tender Star of Eve instr

O Pure and Tender Star of Eve sung
Don Juan s Serenade instr

Don Juan's Serenade sung
A. Tolstoi, Rosa Newmarch and Tschaikowsky Don Juan s Serenade instr

Don Juan's Serenade sung
Vulcan s Song instr english

Vulcan s Song sung english
Paul England and Ch. Gounod (from the opera Philemon et Baucis) Vulcan s Song instr english

Vulcan s Song sung english
At Dawning instr

At Dawning sung
Nelle Richmond Eberhart and Charles Wakefield Cadman At Dawning instr

At Dawning sung
My Old Shako instr

My Old Shako sung
Francis Barron and H. Trotere My Old Shako instr

My Old Shako sung
Thinking of Thee instr

Thinking of Thee sung
Caro Roma Thinking of Thee instr

Thinking of Thee sung
The Sunshine of Your Smile instr

The Sunshine of Your Smile sung
Leonard Cooke and Lilian Ray The Sunshine of Your Smile instr

The Sunshine of Your Smile sung
A Life That Lives for You instr

A Life That Lives for You sung
Lionel Lewin and Arthur S. Sullivan A Life That Lives for You instr

A Life That Lives for You sung
Larboard Watch instr

Larboard Watch sung
T. Williams Larboard Watch instr

Larboard Watch sung
The Hundred Pipers instr

The Hundred Pipers sung
Lady Nairne The Hundred Pipers instr

The Hundred Pipers sung
Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town instr

Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town sung
Tom D'Urfey and James Hook Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town instr

Within a Mile of Edinburgh Town sung
Marguerite instr

Marguerite sung
C. A. White Marguerite instr

Marguerite sung
The Guard Ship instr

The Guard Ship sung
Samuel Lover The Guard Ship instr

The Guard Ship sung
Will o the Wisp instr

Will o the Wisp sung
J. W. Cherry Will o the Wisp instr

Will o the Wisp sung
A Thousand Leagues Away instr

A Thousand Leagues Away sung
W. C. Bennett and J. Barnby A Thousand Leagues Away instr

A Thousand Leagues Away sung
Katey s Letter instr

Katey s Letter sung
Poetry by Lady Dufferin Katey s Letter instr

Katey s Letter sung
The Gipsy Countess instr

The Gipsy Countess sung
Mrs. Crawford and Stephen Glover The Gipsy Countess instr

The Gipsy Countess sung
Afton Water instr

Afton Water sung
Burns and A. Hume Afton Water instr

Afton Water sung
Why do Summer Roses Fade instr

Why do Summer Roses Fade sung
J. E. Carpenter and George Barker Why do Summer Roses Fade instr

Why do Summer Roses Fade sung
Ever of Thee I m Fondly Dreaming instr

Ever of Thee I m Fondly Dreaming sung
George Linley and Foley Hall Ever of Thee I m Fondly Dreaming instr

Ever of Thee I m Fondly Dreaming sung
Scotland Yet instr

Scotland Yet sung
H. S. Riddell and P. McLeod Scotland Yet instr

Scotland Yet sung
Kate O'Shane instr

Kate O'Shane sung
George Linley Kate O'Shane instr

Kate O'Shane sung
The Hazel Dell instr

The Hazel Dell sung
G. F. Root The Hazel Dell instr

The Hazel Dell sung
The Wreck of the Hesperus instr

The Wreck of the Hesperus sung
Longfellow and J. L. Hatton The Wreck of the Hesperus instr

The Wreck of the Hesperus sung
When the Heart is Young instr

When the Heart is Young sung
Charles Swain and Dudley Buck When the Heart is Young instr

When the Heart is Young sung
Alas those Chimes so Sweetly Stealing instr

Alas those Chimes so Sweetly Stealing sung
E. Fitzball and W. Vincent Wallace Alas those Chimes so Sweetly Stealing instr

Alas those Chimes so Sweetly Stealing sung
Hard Times Come Again no More instr

Hard Times Come Again no More sung
Stephen C. Foster Hard Times Come Again no More instr

Hard Times Come Again no More sung
Terence's Farewell instr

Terence's Farewell sung
Lady Dufferin Terence's Farewell instr

Terence's Farewell sung
The Land o the Leal instr

The Land o the Leal sung
Baroness Nairne The Land o the Leal instr

The Land o the Leal sung
Till We Meet Again instr

Till We Meet Again sung
Raymond B. Egan and Richard A. Whiting Till We Meet Again instr

Till We Meet Again sung
When Other Lips instr

When Other Lips sung
A. Bunn and M. W. Balfe When Other Lips instr

When Other Lips sung
Wanderer s Song instr

Wanderer s Song sung
M. X. Hayes and Schumann Wanderer s Song instr

Wanderer s Song sung
Maggie by my Side instr

Maggie by my Side sung
S. C. Foster Maggie by my Side instr

Maggie by my Side sung
All s Well instr

All s Well sung
Dibdin and Braham All s Well instr

All s Well sung
The Anchor s Weighed instr

The Anchor s Weighed sung
Braham The Anchor s Weighed instr

The Anchor s Weighed sung
Good Bye Sweetheart Good Bye instr

Good Bye Sweetheart Good Bye sung
Folkestone Williams and John L. Hatton Good Bye Sweetheart Good Bye instr

Good Bye Sweetheart Good Bye sung
The Wanderer instr

The Wanderer sung
Schmidt, M. X. Hayes and Schubert The Wanderer instr

The Wanderer sung
Juanita instr

Juanita sung
Anonymous, Spanish Ballad Juanita instr

Juanita sung
When Lubin Sings of Youth's Delight instr

When Lubin Sings of Youth's Delight sung
J. Gill and J. W. Hobbs When Lubin Sings of Youth's Delight instr

When Lubin Sings of Youth's Delight sung
The Irish Emigrant instr

The Irish Emigrant sung
Lady Dufferin and G. Barker The Irish Emigrant instr

The Irish Emigrant sung
My Pretty Jane instr

My Pretty Jane sung
E. Fitzball and H. R. Bishop My Pretty Jane instr

My Pretty Jane sung
Barney O'Hea instr

Barney O'Hea sung
Samuel Lover Barney O'Hea instr

Barney O'Hea sung
Ralph's Ramble to London instr

Ralph's Ramble to London sung
From Vocal Music; or Thet Songster's Companion, ca 1770 Ralph's Ramble to London instr

Ralph's Ramble to London sung
The Death of Nelson instr

The Death of Nelson sung
Braham The Death of Nelson instr

The Death of Nelson sung
My Friend instr

My Friend sung
F. E. Weatherly and A. H Behrend My Friend instr

My Friend sung
The Meeting of the Waters instr

The Meeting of the Waters sung
Thomas Moore, Air: Old Melody The Meeting of the Waters instr

The Meeting of the Waters sung
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say instr

I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say sung
F. G. Rathbun I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say instr

I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say sung
Devotion instr

Devotion sung
M. X. Hayes and Schumann Devotion instr

Devotion sung
Why do I Weep for Thee instr

Why do I Weep for Thee sung
George Linley and W, V. Wallace Why do I Weep for Thee instr

Why do I Weep for Thee sung
A Father s Love instr

A Father s Love sung
Edward Fitzball and W. Vincent Wallace A Father s Love instr

A Father s Love sung
You Never Miss the Water instr

You Never Miss the Water sung
Harry Linn and R. Howard You Never Miss the Water instr

You Never Miss the Water sung
Co-ca-che-lunk instr

Co-ca-che-lunk sung
Anonymous Co-ca-che-lunk instr

Co-ca-che-lunk sung
I Would that My Love instr

I Would that My Love sung
H. Heine and Felix Mendelssohn I Would that My Love instr

I Would that My Love sung
Robin Ruff instr

Robin Ruff sung
Henry Russell Robin Ruff instr

Robin Ruff sung
The Heart Bowed Down instr

The Heart Bowed Down sung
M. W. Balfe The Heart Bowed Down instr

The Heart Bowed Down sung
The Vacant Chair instr

The Vacant Chair sung
H. S. W. and G. F. Root The Vacant Chair instr

The Vacant Chair sung
Would I Were with Thee instr

Would I Were with Thee sung
Mrs. Norton and Carlo Bosetti Would I Were with Thee instr

Would I Were with Thee sung
The Thorn instr

The Thorn sung
Shield The Thorn instr

The Thorn sung
The Laird o' Cockpen instr

The Laird o' Cockpen sung
Anonymous The Laird o' Cockpen instr

The Laird o' Cockpen sung
Rosa Lee instr

Rosa Lee sung
Anonymous Rosa Lee instr

Rosa Lee sung
Miss Lucy Long instr

Miss Lucy Long sung
Anonymous Miss Lucy Long instr

Miss Lucy Long sung
In Happy Moments Day By Day instr

In Happy Moments Day By Day sung
A. Bunn and W. Vincent Wallace In Happy Moments Day By Day instr

In Happy Moments Day By Day sung
Down Among the Dead Men instr

Down Among the Dead Men sung
Dyer and Henry Purcell Down Among the Dead Men instr

Down Among the Dead Men sung
Ah I Have Sighed to Rest Me instr

Ah I Have Sighed to Rest Me sung
C. Jefferys and Verdi Ah I Have Sighed to Rest Me instr

Ah I Have Sighed to Rest Me sung
All is Quiet instr

All is Quiet sung
A. H. Rosewig All is Quiet instr

All is Quiet sung
Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina instr

Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina sung
Anonymous Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina instr

Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina sung
In the Gloaming instr

In the Gloaming sung
Meta Orred and Annie Fortescue Harrison In the Gloaming instr

In the Gloaming sung
Won't you tell me why, Robin instr

Won't you tell me why, Robin sung
Claribel Won't you tell me why, Robin instr

Won't you tell me why, Robin sung
My Mother's Bible instr

My Mother's Bible sung
George P. Morris and Henry Russell My Mother's Bible instr

My Mother's Bible sung
Scenes that are Brightest instr

Scenes that are Brightest sung
Alfred Bunn and W Vincent Wallace Scenes that are Brightest instr

Scenes that are Brightest sung
The Leather Bottel instr

The Leather Bottel sung
Old English, 17th Century The Leather Bottel instr

The Leather Bottel sung
The Vicar of Bray instr

The Vicar of Bray sung
Old English: 17th Century The Vicar of Bray instr

The Vicar of Bray sung
Consider the Lillies instr

Consider the Lillies sung
R. Topliff Consider the Lillies instr

Consider the Lillies sung
Who is Sylvia instr

Who is Sylvia sung
Shakespeare and Schubert Who is Sylvia instr

Who is Sylvia sung
Oh Don't You Remember Sweet Alice Ben Bolt instr

Oh Don't You Remember Sweet Alice Ben Bolt sung
Thomas Dunn English and Nelson Kneass Oh Don't You Remember Sweet Alice Ben Bolt instr

Oh Don't You Remember Sweet Alice Ben Bolt sung
The March of the Cameron Men instr

The March of the Cameron Men sung
Mary M. Campbell The March of the Cameron Men instr

The March of the Cameron Men sung
Afterwards instr

Afterwards sung
Mary Mark Lemon and John Mullen Afterwards instr

Afterwards sung
There is a Flower that Bloometh instr

There is a Flower that Bloometh sung
Fitzball and W. Vincent Wallace There is a Flower that Bloometh instr

There is a Flower that Bloometh sung
Love was once a Little Boy instr

Love was once a Little Boy sung
J. A. Wade Love was once a Little Boy instr

Love was once a Little Boy sung
The Army and Navy instr

The Army and Navy sung
J. E. Carpenter and T. Cooke The Army and Navy instr

The Army and Navy sung
Home to Our Mountains instr

Home to Our Mountains sung
C. Jefferys, from Verdi's "Il Trovatore" Home to Our Mountains instr

Home to Our Mountains sung
All Through the Night instr

All Through the Night sung
Walter Maynard, and Old Welsh Air All Through the Night instr

All Through the Night sung
Bonny Eloise instr

Bonny Eloise sung
C. W. Elliott and J. R. Thomas Bonny Eloise instr

Bonny Eloise sung
Lorena instr

Lorena sung
H. D. L. Webster and J. P. Webster Lorena instr

Lorena sung
Haul on the Bowlin' instr

Haul on the Bowlin' sung
Anonymous Haul on the Bowlin' instr

Haul on the Bowlin' sung
Oh Firm as Oak instr

Oh Firm as Oak sung
W. Dimond and Sir H. R. Bishop Oh Firm as Oak instr

Oh Firm as Oak sung
The Angel's Whisper instr

The Angel's Whisper sung
Samuel Lover The Angel's Whisper instr

The Angel's Whisper sung
The Lost Chord instr

The Lost Chord sung
Adelaide A. Procter and Arthur Sullivan The Lost Chord instr

The Lost Chord sung


The Village Blacksmith sung
Longfellow and W. H. Weiss

The Village Blacksmith sung
Won't you Buy my Pretty Flowers instr

Won't you Buy my Pretty Flowers sung
G. W. Persley Won't you Buy my Pretty Flowers instr

Won't you Buy my Pretty Flowers sung
Ave Maria english instr

Ave Maria english sung
Alice Bunton, Charles Gounod, J. S. Bach Ave Maria english instr

Ave Maria english sung
Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth instr

Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth sung
John Parry, Haydn Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth instr

Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth sung
If Doughty Deeds my Lady Please instr

If Doughty Deeds my Lady Please sung
Graham of Gartmore, and Arthur S. Sullivan If Doughty Deeds my Lady Please instr

If Doughty Deeds my Lady Please sung
Macgregor s Gathering instr

Macgregor s Gathering sung
Alexande Lee Macgregor s Gathering instr

Macgregor s Gathering sung
Old Folks at Home instr

Old Folks at Home sung
S. C. Foster Old Folks at Home instr

Old Folks at Home sung
The Maid of Llangollen instr

The Maid of Llangollen sung
J. Clarke The Maid of Llangollen instr

The Maid of Llangollen sung
The Auld Hoose instr

The Auld Hoose sung
Baroness Nairne to an Old Scottish Air The Auld Hoose instr

The Auld Hoose sung
They All Love Jack instr

They All Love Jack sung
F. E. Weatherly and Stephen Adams They All Love Jack instr

They All Love Jack sung
Will he come instr

Will he come sung
Adelaide A. Procter and Arthur Sullivan Will he come instr

Will he come sung
A Life on the Ocean Wave instr

A Life on the Ocean Wave sung
Henry Russell A Life on the Ocean Wave instr

A Life on the Ocean Wave sung
Belle Mahone instr

Belle Mahone sung
J. H. McNaughton Belle Mahone instr

Belle Mahone sung
Good Night Good Night Beloved instr

Good Night Good Night Beloved sung
Longfellow and M. W. Balfe Good Night Good Night Beloved instr

Good Night Good Night Beloved sung
Kitty Tyrrell instr

Kitty Tyrrell sung
Charles Jefferys and C. W. Glover Kitty Tyrrell instr

Kitty Tyrrell sung
Nora O'Neal instr

Nora O'Neal sung
Will S. Hays Nora O'Neal instr

Nora O'Neal sung
Scots wha hae wi Wallace Bled instr

Scots wha hae wi Wallace Bled sung
Burns Scots wha hae wi Wallace Bled instr

Scots wha hae wi Wallace Bled sung
The Lead strikes English Ground instr

The Lead strikes English Ground sung
Joseph M. Emerson and Barry M. Gilholy The Lead strikes English Ground instr

The Lead strikes English Ground sung
The Three Little Pigs instr

The Three Little Pigs sung
A. S. Gatty The Three Little Pigs instr

The Three Little Pigs sung
Where is now the Merry Party instr

Where is now the Merry Party sung
Mrs. J. Worthington Bliss, from Summer songs of Country Life Where is now the Merry Party instr

Where is now the Merry Party sung
Gathering Shells instr

Gathering Shells sung
W. Thompson Gathering Shells instr

Gathering Shells sung
I'll Take you Home Again, Kathleen instr

I'll Take you Home Again, Kathleen sung
Thomas P. Westendorf I'll Take you Home Again, Kathleen instr

I'll Take you Home Again, Kathleen sung
Love s Young Dream instr

Love s Young Dream sung
T. Moore Love s Young Dream instr

Love s Young Dream sung
O Give Me a Home by the Sea instr

O Give Me a Home by the Sea sung
E. A. Hosmer O Give Me a Home by the Sea instr

O Give Me a Home by the Sea sung
Rosalie instr

Rosalie sung
Anonymous Rosalie instr

Rosalie sung
The Enchantress instr

The Enchantress sung
H. F. Chorley and J. L. Hatton The Enchantress instr

The Enchantress sung
The Old Sexton instr

The Old Sexton sung
Park Benjamin and Henry Russell The Old Sexton instr

The Old Sexton sung
Thou art so Near and yet so Far instr

Thou art so Near and yet so Far sung
J. Oxenford and A Reichardt Thou art so Near and yet so Far instr

Thou art so Near and yet so Far sung
Angels Ever Bright and Fair instr

Angels Ever Bright and Fair sung
Handel Angels Ever Bright and Fair instr

Angels Ever Bright and Fair sung
By the Sad Sea Waves instr

By the Sad Sea Waves sung
Sir Jules Benedict By the Sad Sea Waves instr

By the Sad Sea Waves sung
Good Night, Farewell instr

Good Night, Farewell sung
F. Kucken Good Night, Farewell instr

Good Night, Farewell sung
Killarney instr

Killarney sung
E. Falconer and M. W. Balfe Killarney instr

Killarney sung
No One to Love instr

No One to Love sung
A. H. G. Richardson and C. Everest No One to Love instr

No One to Love sung
She Wore a Wreath of Roses instr

She Wore a Wreath of Roses sung
Haynes Bayly and J. P. Knight She Wore a Wreath of Roses instr

She Wore a Wreath of Roses sung
The Harp that once thro' Tara's Halls instr

The Harp that once thro' Tara's Halls sung
Thomas Moore, Air: Gramachree The Harp that once thro' Tara's Halls instr

The Harp that once thro' Tara's Halls sung
The Tar's Farewell instr

The Tar's Farewell sung
Stephen Adams The Tar's Farewell instr

The Tar's Farewell sung
Yes! Let me like a Soldier fall instr

Yes! Let me like a Soldier fall sung
W. V. Wallace Yes! Let me like a Soldier fall instr

Yes! Let me like a Soldier fall sung
Annie Laurie instr

Annie Laurie sung
Sir G. A. MacFarren and Lady John Scott Annie Laurie instr

Annie Laurie sung
Blow, Boys, Blow instr

Blow, Boys, Blow sung
Anonymous Blow, Boys, Blow instr

Blow, Boys, Blow sung
For You instr

For You sung
Arthur Chapman and Sydney Smith For You instr

For You sung
Lend me your Aid instr

Lend me your Aid sung
H. B. Farnie and Ch, Gounod Lend me your Aid instr

Lend me your Aid sung
Norah the Pride of Kildare instr

Norah the Pride of Kildare sung
J. Parry Norah the Pride of Kildare instr

Norah the Pride of Kildare sung
Sally in our Alley instr

Sally in our Alley sung
H. Carey Sally in our Alley instr

Sally in our Alley sung
The Good Rhein Wine instr

The Good Rhein Wine sung
James Reed and John Gray The Good Rhein Wine instr

The Good Rhein Wine sung
The Storm instr

The Storm sung
Adelaide A. Procter and John Hullah The Storm instr

The Storm sung
When the Lights are Low instr

When the Lights are Low sung
Gerald M. Lane When the Lights are Low instr

When the Lights are Low sung
Beautiful Dreamer instr

Beautiful Dreamer sung
Stephen C. Foster Beautiful Dreamer instr

Beautiful Dreamer sung
Come, Birdie, Come instr

Come, Birdie, Come sung
C. A. White Come, Birdie, Come instr

Come, Birdie, Come sung
Lavender Blue, Fiddle, Faddle! instr

Lavender Blue, Fiddle, Faddle! sung
Anonymous Lavender Blue, Fiddle, Faddle! instr

Lavender Blue, Fiddle, Faddle! sung
My Mother bids me Bind my Hair instr

My Mother bids me Bind my Hair sung
Haydn My Mother bids me Bind my Hair instr

My Mother bids me Bind my Hair sung
Paddle Your Own Canoe instr

Paddle Your Own Canoe sung
H. Clifton and M. Hobson Paddle Your Own Canoe instr

Paddle Your Own Canoe sung
The Carrier Dove instr

The Carrier Dove sung
Daniel Johnson The Carrier Dove instr

The Carrier Dove sung
The Moss Trooper instr

The Moss Trooper sung
Edward Oxenford and Louis Diehl The Moss Trooper instr

The Moss Trooper sung
Thou art Gone from my Gaze instr

Thou art Gone from my Gaze sung
George Linley Thou art Gone from my Gaze instr

Thou art Gone from my Gaze sung
When to Thy Vision instr

When to Thy Vision sung
Gounod's "Faust" When to Thy Vision instr

When to Thy Vision sung
A Day Dream instr

A Day Dream sung
Anton Strelezki A Day Dream instr

A Day Dream sung
Clementine instr

Clementine sung
Percy Montrose Clementine instr

Clementine sung
Girls and Boys, come out to Play instr

Girls and Boys, come out to Play sung
Anonymous Girls and Boys, come out to Play instr

Girls and Boys, come out to Play sung
In Monterey instr

In Monterey sung
Harry Williams and Neil Moret In Monterey instr

In Monterey sung
Looking Back instr

Looking Back sung
Louisa Gray and Arthur Sullivan Looking Back instr

Looking Back sung
O Ye Tears instr

O Ye Tears sung
Franz Abt O Ye Tears instr

O Ye Tears sung
Rory O'More instr

Rory O'More sung
Samuel Lover Rory O'More instr

Rory O'More sung
The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon' instr

The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon' sung
Anonymous The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon' instr

The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon' sung
The Minstrel Boy instr

The Minstrel Boy sung
Thomas Moore, Air: The Moreen The Minstrel Boy instr

The Minstrel Boy sung
Those Evening Bells instr

Those Evening Bells sung
Thomas Moore, Music attributed to Beethoven Those Evening Bells instr

Those Evening Bells sung
When the Wind blows in from the Sea instr

When the Wind blows in from the Sea sung
Frederick Enoch and Henry Smart When the Wind blows in from the Sea instr

When the Wind blows in from the Sea sung
Alice, Where art thou instr

Alice, Where art thou sung
Wellington Guernsey and J. Ascher Alice, Where art thou instr

Alice, Where art thou sung
Buy a Broom instr

Buy a Broom sung
Anonymous Buy a Broom instr

Buy a Broom sung
Drinking Drinking Drinking instr

Drinking Drinking Drinking sung
Edward Oxenford Drinking Drinking Drinking instr

Drinking Drinking Drinking sung
I Love the Merry Sunshine instr

I Love the Merry Sunshine sung
J. W. Lake and Stephen Glover I Love the Merry Sunshine instr

I Love the Merry Sunshine sung
Listen to the Mocking Bird instr

Listen to the Mocking Bird sung
Alice Hawthorne Listen to the Mocking Bird instr

Listen to the Mocking Bird sung
Nazareth instr

Nazareth sung
Henry F. Chorley and Charles Gounod Nazareth instr

Nazareth sung
Revenge instr

Revenge sung
Edward Fitzball and J. L. Hatton Revenge instr

Revenge sung
The Bay of Biscay instr

The Bay of Biscay sung
Dibdin and John Davy The Bay of Biscay instr

The Bay of Biscay sung
The Long, Long, Weary Day instr

The Long, Long, Weary Day sung
Anonymous The Long, Long, Weary Day instr

The Long, Long, Weary Day sung
There was a Jolly Miller instr

There was a Jolly Miller sung
Old English Tune and words, 17th Century There was a Jolly Miller instr

There was a Jolly Miller sung
Whisper to me instr

Whisper to me sung
Cristabel and T. Giordani Whisper to me instr

Whisper to me sung
Annie Lisle instr

Annie Lisle sung
H. S. Thompson Annie Lisle instr

Annie Lisle sung
Charity instr

Charity sung
Stephen Glover Charity instr

Charity sung
Flee as a Bird instr

Flee as a Bird sung
M. S. B. Dana Flee as a Bird instr

Flee as a Bird sung
I ve Got the Sweetest Girl in Maryland instr

I ve Got the Sweetest Girl in Maryland sung
Walter Donaldson I ve Got the Sweetest Girl in Maryland instr

I ve Got the Sweetest Girl in Maryland sung
Little Bo-Peep instr

Little Bo-Peep sung
Anonymous Little Bo-Peep instr

Little Bo-Peep sung
O Loving Heart Trust On instr

O Loving Heart Trust On sung
Henry C. Watson and L. M. Gottschalk O Loving Heart Trust On instr

O Loving Heart Trust On sung
Riding Down from Bangor instr

Riding Down from Bangor sung
S. E. Farwell Riding Down from Bangor instr

Riding Down from Bangor sung
The Bells of Aberdovey instr

The Bells of Aberdovey sung
Anonymous, to a Welsh song The Bells of Aberdovey instr

The Bells of Aberdovey sung
The Little Disaster instr

The Little Disaster sung
Anonymous The Little Disaster instr

The Little Disaster sung
The Sword of Bunker Hill instr

The Sword of Bunker Hill sung
W. R. Wallace and B. Covert The Sword of Bunker Hill instr

The Sword of Bunker Hill sung
When in Death I Shall Calm Recline instr

When in Death I Shall Calm Recline sung
Thomas Moore: Air: The Legacy When in Death I Shall Calm Recline instr

When in Death I Shall Calm Recline sung
Auld Lang Syne instr

Auld Lang Syne sung
Burns Auld Lang Syne instr

Auld Lang Syne sung
Black Ey'd Susan instr

Black Ey'd Susan sung
Richard Leveridge and Alfred Moffat Black Ey'd Susan instr

Black Ey'd Susan sung
Dickory Dock instr

Dickory Dock sung
Anonymous Dickory Dock instr

Dickory Dock sung
Hot Cross Buns! instr

Hot Cross Buns! sung
Anonymous Hot Cross Buns! instr

Hot Cross Buns! sung
Let me love thee instr

Let me love thee sung
Walter Maynard and Luigi Arditi Let me love thee instr

Let me love thee sung
My Old Friend John instr

My Old Friend John sung
John Legge and Edward Land My Old Friend John instr

My Old Friend John sung
Over the Garden Wall instr

Over the Garden Wall sung
Harry Hunter and G. D. Fox Over the Garden Wall instr

Over the Garden Wall sung
The Danube River instr

The Danube River sung
Hamilton Aide The Danube River instr

The Danube River sung
The Murmur of the Shell instr

The Murmur of the Shell sung
Hon. Mrs. Norton The Murmur of the Shell instr

The Murmur of the Shell sung
Tis but a Little Faded Flower instr

Tis but a Little Faded Flower sung
J. R. Thomas Tis but a Little Faded Flower instr

Tis but a Little Faded Flower sung
When the Swallows homeward fly instr

When the Swallows homeward fly sung
Cristabel and Franz Abt; When the Swallows homeward fly instr

When the Swallows homeward fly sung
Barney Take Me Home Again instr

Barney Take Me Home Again sung
Arthur W. French and Geo. W. Persley Barney Take Me Home Again instr

Barney Take Me Home Again sung
Come Home, Father instr

Come Home, Father sung
Henry C. Work Come Home, Father instr

Come Home, Father sung
He shall Feed His Flock instr

He shall Feed His Flock sung
Handel He shall Feed His Flock instr

He shall Feed His Flock sung
Janet's Choice instr

Janet's Choice sung
Claribel Janet's Choice instr

Janet's Choice sung
Lucy Locket instr

Lucy Locket sung
Anonymous Lucy Locket instr

Lucy Locket sung
Three Children instr

Three Children sung
Anonymous Three Children instr

Three Children sung
O Mistress Mine instr

O Mistress Mine sung
Shakespeare and Arthur S. Sullivan O Mistress Mine instr

O Mistress Mine sung


Sailing sung
Godfrey Marks

Sailing sung
The Dear Little Shamrock instr

The Dear Little Shamrock sung
Andrew Cherry, W. Jackson, and Alfred Moffat The Dear Little Shamrock instr

The Dear Little Shamrock sung
The Pilgrim of Love instr

The Pilgrim of Love sung
Mrs Opie and Sir H. R. Bishop The Pilgrim of Love instr

The Pilgrim of Love sung
When sorrow sleepeth, wake it not instr

When sorrow sleepeth, wake it not sung
Miss M. A. Stoddart and Edward Land When sorrow sleepeth, wake it not instr

When sorrow sleepeth, wake it not sung
Comin' Thro' the Rye instr

Comin' Thro' the Rye sung
Anonymous Comin' Thro' the Rye instr

Comin' Thro' the Rye sung
Heart of Oak instr

Heart of Oak sung
David Garrick and Dr. Boyce Heart of Oak instr

Heart of Oak sung
Jack and Jill Another Setting instr

Jack and Jill Another Setting sung
John Farmer Jack and Jill Another Setting instr

Jack and Jill Another Setting sung
Jack and Jill instr

Jack and Jill sung
Anonymous Jack and Jill instr

Jack and Jill sung
Jerusalem instr

Jerusalem sung
Nella and Henry Parker Jerusalem instr

Jerusalem sung
Love's Sorrow instr

Love's Sorrow sung
Harry Rowe Shelley Love's Sorrow instr

Love's Sorrow sung
O Lady-bird instr

O Lady-bird sung
Anonymous O Lady-bird instr

O Lady-bird sung
Three Blind Mice instr

Three Blind Mice sung
Anonymous Three Blind Mice instr

Three Blind Mice sung
Sentenced to Death instr

Sentenced to Death sung
W. C. Robey and Will H. Fox Sentenced to Death instr

Sentenced to Death sung
The Cottage by the Sea instr

The Cottage by the Sea sung
J. R. Thomas The Cottage by the Sea instr

The Cottage by the Sea sung
The Minute Gun at Sea instr

The Minute Gun at Sea sung
M. P. King The Minute Gun at Sea instr

The Minute Gun at Sea sung
Where are you going to, My Pretty Maid instr

Where are you going to, My Pretty Maid sung
Anonymous Where are you going to, My Pretty Maid instr

Where are you going to, My Pretty Maid sung
A hundred fathoms deep instr

A hundred fathoms deep sung
C. F. Shattuck and Cristabel A hundred fathoms deep instr

A hundred fathoms deep sung
Charley over the Water instr

Charley over the Water sung
Anonymous Charley over the Water instr

Charley over the Water sung
Excelsior instr

Excelsior sung
Longfellow and M. W. Balfe Excelsior instr

Excelsior sung
Humpty-Dumpty Another Setting instr

Humpty-Dumpty Another Setting sung
John Farmer Humpty-Dumpty Another Setting instr

Humpty-Dumpty Another Setting sung
Humpty-Dumpty instr

Humpty-Dumpty sung
Anonymous Humpty-Dumpty instr

Humpty-Dumpty sung
My Grandma's Advice instr

My Grandma's Advice sung
Anonymous My Grandma's Advice instr

My Grandma's Advice sung
Orpheus with his Lute instr

Orpheus with his Lute sung
Shakespeare and Arthur S. Sullivan Orpheus with his Lute instr

Orpheus with his Lute sung
Lavender's Blue, diddle, diddle! instr

Lavender's Blue, diddle, diddle! sung
Anonymous Lavender's Blue, diddle, diddle! instr

Lavender's Blue, diddle, diddle! sung
Lavender's Blue, dilly, dilly! another setting instr

Lavender's Blue, dilly, dilly! another setting sung
John Farmer Lavender's Blue, dilly, dilly! another setting instr

Lavender's Blue, dilly, dilly! another setting sung
Sweet Genevieve instr

Sweet Genevieve sung
George Cooper and Henry Tucker Sweet Genevieve instr

Sweet Genevieve sung
The Fly and the Humble-bee instr

The Fly and the Humble-bee sung
Anonymous The Fly and the Humble-bee instr

The Fly and the Humble-bee sung
The Plane Tree instr

The Plane Tree sung
Handel The Plane Tree instr

The Plane Tree sung
Tis Midnight Hour instr

Tis Midnight Hour sung
Anonymous Tis Midnight Hour instr

Tis Midnight Hour sung
Where are the friends of my youth instr

Where are the friends of my youth sung
Lieut. Col. Adisson and George Barker Where are the friends of my youth instr

Where are the friends of my youth sung
Baby Mine instr

Baby Mine sung
Charles Mackey, Archibald Johnston Baby Mine instr

Baby Mine sung
Cock Robin and Jenny Wren instr

Cock Robin and Jenny Wren sung
Anonymous Cock Robin and Jenny Wren instr

Cock Robin and Jenny Wren sung
Drink to me only with thine Eyes instr

Drink to me only with thine Eyes sung
Anonymous Drink to me only with thine Eyes instr

Drink to me only with thine Eyes sung
Here s to the Maiden instr

Here s to the Maiden sung
Arranged by W. H. M. Here s to the Maiden instr

Here s to the Maiden sung
Kathleen Mavourneen instr

Kathleen Mavourneen sung
Mrs. Crawford and F. Nicholls Crouch Kathleen Mavourneen instr

Kathleen Mavourneen sung
Meerschaum Pipe instr

Meerschaum Pipe sung
Anonymous Meerschaum Pipe instr

Meerschaum Pipe sung
Sing a Song of Sixpence instr

Sing a Song of Sixpence sung
Anonymous Sing a Song of Sixpence instr

Sing a Song of Sixpence sung
The Erl King instr

The Erl King sung
M. X. Hayes, Goethe and Schubert The Erl King instr

The Erl King sung
The mill-wheel instr

The mill-wheel sung
Cristabel, music: German Volkslied The mill-wheel instr

The mill-wheel sung
There is a Tavern in the Town instr

There is a Tavern in the Town sung
Cristabel There is a Tavern in the Town instr

There is a Tavern in the Town sung
When Daisies pied instr

When Daisies pied sung
Shakespere and Thomas Augustine Arne When Daisies pied instr

When Daisies pied sung
Aikin Drum (and Willy Wood) instr

Aikin Drum (and Willy Wood) sung
Anonymous Aikin Drum (and Willy Wood) instr

Aikin Drum (and Willy Wood) sung
Ding, Dong, Bell! instr.wav

Ding, Dong, Bell! sung
Anonymous Ding, Dong, Bell! instr.wav

Ding, Dong, Bell! sung
Hey, Diddle-diddle instr

Hey, Diddle-diddle sung
Anonymous Hey, Diddle-diddle instr

Hey, Diddle-diddle sung
Kind Words are Dear to All instr

Kind Words are Dear to All sung
Nelly E. Elwell and P. E. Van Noorden Kind Words are Dear to All instr

Kind Words are Dear to All sung
Michael Roy instr

Michael Roy sung
Anonymous Michael Roy instr

Michael Roy sung
One Sweetly Sweetly Solemn Thought instr

One Sweetly Sweetly Solemn Thought sung
Phoebe Carey and R. Ambrose One Sweetly Sweetly Solemn Thought instr

One Sweetly Sweetly Solemn Thought sung
Sweet Bunch of Daisies instr

Sweet Bunch of Daisies sung
Anita Owen Sweet Bunch of Daisies instr

Sweet Bunch of Daisies sung
The Four Presents instr

The Four Presents sung
Anonymous The Four Presents instr

The Four Presents sung
The Old Man in Leather instr

The Old Man in Leather sung
John Farmer The Old Man in Leather instr

The Old Man in Leather sung
Tom, the Piper's Son instr

Tom, the Piper's Son sung
Anonymous Tom, the Piper's Son instr

Tom, the Piper's Son sung
There was a Lady loved a Swine instr

There was a Lady loved a Swine sung
Anonymous There was a Lady loved a Swine instr

There was a Lady loved a Swine sung
When all was Young and Pleasant instr

When all was Young and Pleasant sung
Ch, Gounod: romance from "Faust" When all was Young and Pleasant instr

When all was Young and Pleasant sung
Curly Locks Another Setting instr

Curly Locks Another Setting sung
Anonymous Curly Locks Another Setting instr

Curly Locks Another Setting sung
Curly Locks instr

Curly Locks sung
Anonymous Curly Locks instr

Curly Locks sung
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere instr

Beautiful Isle of Somewhere sung
Mrs Jessie Brown Pounds and J. S. Fearis Beautiful Isle of Somewhere instr

Beautiful Isle of Somewhere sung
Goosey Gander instr

Goosey Gander sung
Anonymous Goosey Gander instr

Goosey Gander sung
Harvest Home instr

Harvest Home sung
Anonymous Harvest Home instr

Harvest Home sung
Many Happy returns of the Day instr

Many Happy returns of the Day sung
Eliza Cook and John Blockley Many Happy returns of the Day instr

Many Happy returns of the Day sung
Oh that we two were Maying instr

Oh that we two were Maying sung
Kingsley and Ethelbert Nevin Oh that we two were Maying instr

Oh that we two were Maying sung
Speed on, my Bark, speed on instr

Speed on, my Bark, speed on sung
M. Dee and Henry Leslie Speed on, my Bark, speed on instr

Speed on, my Bark, speed on sung
The Fairies instr

The Fairies sung
Words from "Berries and Blossoms" by F Westwood, Dolores The Fairies instr

The Fairies sung
The North Wind doth Blow Another Version instr

The North Wind doth Blow Another Version sung
John Farmer The North Wind doth Blow Another Version instr

The North Wind doth Blow Another Version sung
The North Wind doth Blow instr

The North Wind doth Blow sung
Anonymous The North Wind doth Blow instr

The North Wind doth Blow sung
The Three Ages of Love instr

The Three Ages of Love sung
H. F. Chorley and E. J. Loder The Three Ages of Love instr

The Three Ages of Love sung
What will you do Love instr

What will you do Love sung
S. Lover What will you do Love instr

What will you do Love sung
Annie, dear good bye instr

Annie, dear good bye sung
E. Fitzball and W. Vincent Wallace Annie, dear good bye instr

Annie, dear good bye sung
Cam' ye by Athol instr

Cam' ye by Athol sung
James Hogg and Sir G. A. MacFarren Cam' ye by Athol instr

Cam' ye by Athol sung
Dreams instr

Dreams sung
Baroness Porteous and Ant. Strelezki Dreams instr

Dreams sung
Home boys, Home instr

Home boys, Home sung
W. H. Jude Home boys, Home instr

Home boys, Home sung
Lilly Dale instr

Lilly Dale sung
H. S. Thompson Lilly Dale instr

Lilly Dale sung
My Lady's Garden instr

My Lady's Garden sung
Anonymous My Lady's Garden instr

My Lady's Garden sung
Over the Hills and Far Away instr

Over the Hills and Far Away sung
Anonymous Over the Hills and Far Away instr

Over the Hills and Far Away sung
Sweet Home instr

Sweet Home sung
W. T. Wrighton Sweet Home instr

Sweet Home sung
The Gauntlet instr

The Gauntlet sung
Edward Oxenford and Humphrey J. Stark The Gauntlet instr

The Gauntlet sung
The Piper and the Cow instr

The Piper and the Cow sung
Anonymous The Piper and the Cow instr

The Piper and the Cow sung
Yeo, Yeo! instr

Yeo, Yeo! sung
from "The Spirit Child." Yeo, Yeo! instr

Yeo, Yeo! sung
Three Fishers went Sailing instr

Three Fishers went Sailing sung
Rev. Charles Kingsley and John Hullah Three Fishers went Sailing instr

Three Fishers went Sailing sung
Answer instr

Answer sung
Alfred G. Robyn Answer instr

Answer sung
Cherry Ripe instr

Cherry Ripe sung
C. E. Horn Cherry Ripe instr

Cherry Ripe sung
Flopsy instr

Flopsy sung
M. A. Woods and John Farmer Flopsy instr

Flopsy sung
How should I your True Love know instr

How should I your True Love know sung
From Shakespeare's "Hamlet", melody traditionla How should I your True Love know instr

How should I your True Love know sung
King Arthur instr

King Arthur sung
Anonymous King Arthur instr

King Arthur sung
There was an Old Woman Tossed up in a Blanket instr

There was an Old Woman Tossed up in a Blanket sung
Anonymous There was an Old Woman Tossed up in a Blanket instr

There was an Old Woman Tossed up in a Blanket sung
Mrs Bond instr

Mrs Bond sung
anonymous Mrs Bond instr

Mrs Bond sung
Out on the Deep instr

Out on the Deep sung
Samuel K. Cowan and Frederic N. Lohr Out on the Deep instr

Out on the Deep sung
Sweet Bells are ringing instr

Sweet Bells are ringing sung
Cristabel Sweet Bells are ringing instr

Sweet Bells are ringing sung
The Fox and his Wife instr

The Fox and his Wife sung
Anonymous The Fox and his Wife instr

The Fox and his Wife sung
The Pilot instr

The Pilot sung
Thos. Haynes Bayly and S. Nelson The Pilot instr

The Pilot sung
Who Liveth so Merry in all this Land instr

Who Liveth so Merry in all this Land sung
From Deuteromelia, 1609 Who Liveth so Merry in all this Land instr

Who Liveth so Merry in all this Land sung
Baa! Baa! Black Sheep instr

Baa! Baa! Black Sheep sung
Anonymous Baa! Baa! Black Sheep instr

Baa! Baa! Black Sheep sung
Baby Bunting instr

Baby Bunting sung
Anonymous Baby Bunting instr

Baby Bunting sung
Beautiful Isle of the Sea instr

Beautiful Isle of the Sea sung
George Cooper and J. R. Thomas Beautiful Isle of the Sea instr

Beautiful Isle of the Sea sung
Come Oh Come with Me the Moon is Beaming instr

Come Oh Come with Me the Moon is Beaming sung
B. S. Barclay, Italian Melody Come Oh Come with Me the Moon is Beaming instr

Come Oh Come with Me the Moon is Beaming sung
From Oberon in Fairyland instr

From Oberon in Fairyland sung
Ben Johnson, tune: Dulcina, 16th Century From Oberon in Fairyland instr

From Oberon in Fairyland sung
Hush Me, O Sorrow! instr

Hush Me, O Sorrow! sung
Madame Darmesteter and Lord Henry Somerset Hush Me, O Sorrow! instr

Hush Me, O Sorrow! sung
Laddie instr

Laddie sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Ciro Pinsuti Laddie instr

Laddie sung
Miss Mulligan's Home Made Pie instr

Miss Mulligan's Home Made Pie sung
C. Frank Horn Miss Mulligan's Home Made Pie instr

Miss Mulligan's Home Made Pie sung
Old King Cole instr

Old King Cole sung
Anonymous Old King Cole instr

Old King Cole sung
Shells of Ocean instr

Shells of Ocean sung
J. W. Lake and J. W. Cherry Shells of Ocean instr

Shells of Ocean sung
The Brook instr

The Brook sung
Lord Tennyson and John Farmer The Brook instr

The Brook sung
The Rosebud instr

The Rosebud sung
Anonymous The Rosebud instr

The Rosebud sung
The Little Cock-Sparrow Another Setting instr

The Little Cock-Sparrow Another Setting sung
Tune: "Queen Elizabeth," Harrow Song, by John Farmer The Little Cock-Sparrow Another Setting instr

The Little Cock-Sparrow Another Setting sung
The Little Cock-Sparrow instr

The Little Cock-Sparrow sung
Anonymous The Little Cock-Sparrow instr

The Little Cock-Sparrow sung
Tom Bowling instr

Tom Bowling sung
Dibdin Tom Bowling instr

Tom Bowling sung
What tho' I trace each herb and flow'r instr

What tho' I trace each herb and flow'r sung
Handel What tho' I trace each herb and flow'r instr

What tho' I trace each herb and flow'r sung
Come back to Erin instr

Come back to Erin sung
Claribel Come back to Erin instr

Come back to Erin sung
Gentle Annie instr

Gentle Annie sung
S. C. Foster Gentle Annie instr

Gentle Annie sung
Baby yer ma Honey instr

Baby yer ma Honey sung
George D. Spaulding Baby yer ma Honey instr

Baby yer ma Honey sung
I Am a Roamer (Son and Stranger) instr

I Am a Roamer (Son and Stranger) sung
Chorley and Mendelssohn I Am a Roamer (Son and Stranger) instr

I Am a Roamer (Son and Stranger) sung
Little Bo-Peep another setting instr

Little Bo-Peep another setting sung
John Farmer Little Bo-Peep another setting instr

Little Bo-Peep another setting sung
Little Boy-Blue instr

Little Boy-Blue sung
Anonymous Little Boy-Blue instr

Little Boy-Blue sung
Poor Old Joe instr

Poor Old Joe sung
S. C. Foster Poor Old Joe instr

Poor Old Joe sung
The Arab's Farewell to his Steed instr

The Arab's Farewell to his Steed sung
Mrs, Norton and John Blockley The Arab's Farewell to his Steed instr

The Arab's Farewell to his Steed sung
The Hallowed Season instr

The Hallowed Season sung
Robert Crompton and W. H. Jude The Hallowed Season instr

The Hallowed Season sung
The Deil s Awa Wi Th Exciseman instr

The Deil s Awa Wi Th Exciseman sung
Burns The Deil s Awa Wi Th Exciseman instr

The Deil s Awa Wi Th Exciseman sung
The Old Woman who Lived under a Hill instr

The Old Woman who Lived under a Hill sung
Anonymous The Old Woman who Lived under a Hill instr

The Old Woman who Lived under a Hill sung
We be Soldiers Three instr

We be Soldiers Three sung
Deuteromelia, 1609 We be Soldiers Three instr

We be Soldiers Three sung
There was an Old Couple instr

There was an Old Couple sung
John Farmer There was an Old Couple instr

There was an Old Couple sung
The Rainy Day instr

The Rainy Day sung
H. W. Longfellow and William R. Dempster The Rainy Day instr

The Rainy Day sung
Ye Mariners of England instr

Ye Mariners of England sung
Words altered by Martin Parker, Old English tune Ye Mariners of England instr

Ye Mariners of England sung
Baloo, my Babe instr

Baloo, my Babe sung
Anonymous Baloo, my Babe instr

Baloo, my Babe sung
Cockles and Mussels instr

Cockles and Mussels sung
James Yorkston Cockles and Mussels instr

Cockles and Mussels sung
Gather ye Rosebuds Instr

Gather ye Rosebuds sung
Herrick and W. Lawes Gather ye Rosebuds Instr

Gather ye Rosebuds sung
I saw Three Ships come Sailing by instr

I saw Three Ships come Sailing by sung
Anonymous I saw Three Ships come Sailing by instr

I saw Three Ships come Sailing by sung
Mary Morison instr

Mary Morison sung
Burns Mary Morison instr

Mary Morison sung
Oh Slumber, my Darling instr

Oh Slumber, my Darling sung
Tune: Whitaker Oh Slumber, my Darling instr

Oh Slumber, my Darling sung
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep instr

Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep sung
J. P. Knight Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep instr

Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep sung
The Captive Greek Girl instr

The Captive Greek Girl sung
Miss Pardoe and J. W. Hobbs The Captive Greek Girl instr

The Captive Greek Girl sung
The Song that Reached my Heart instr

The Song that Reached my Heart sung
Julian Jordan The Song that Reached my Heart instr

The Song that Reached my Heart sung
Too Late Too Late instr

Too Late Too Late sung
Miss M. Lindsay Too Late Too Late instr

Too Late Too Late sung
Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home instr

Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home sung
Isaac B. Woodbury Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home instr

Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home sung
Ye Gentlemen of England instr

Ye Gentlemen of England sung
Words altered by Martin Parker, Old English tune Ye Gentlemen of England instr

Ye Gentlemen of England sung
Cheer, Boys, Cheer! instr

Cheer, Boys, Cheer! sung
Dr. Chas. Mackay and Henry Russell Cheer, Boys, Cheer! instr

Cheer, Boys, Cheer! sung
Dulce Domum instr

Dulce Domum sung
John Farmer Dulce Domum instr

Dulce Domum sung
Twinkling Stars are Laughing, Love instr

Twinkling Stars are Laughing, Love sung
J. P. Ordway Twinkling Stars are Laughing, Love instr

Twinkling Stars are Laughing, Love sung
Good Old Jeff instr

Good Old Jeff sung
G. W. H. Griffin Good Old Jeff instr

Good Old Jeff sung
It's a Way We Have at Old Harvard instr

It's a Way We Have at Old Harvard sung
Anonymous It's a Way We Have at Old Harvard instr

It's a Way We Have at Old Harvard sung
Loving Smile of Sister Kind sung

Loving Smile of Sister Kindinstr
F. Chorley, Charles Gounod, arranged: Alfre Moffat Loving Smile of Sister Kind sung

Loving Smile of Sister Kindinstr
Never to Part instr

Never to Part sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Odoardo Barri Never to Part instr

Never to Part sung
Perplexity instr

Perplexity sung
Fr. Abt. Op. 133 Perplexity instr

Perplexity sung
Simon the Cellarer instr

Simon the Cellarer sung
W. H. Bellamy and J. L. Hatton Simon the Cellarer instr

Simon the Cellarer sung
The Carrion-Crow instr

The Carrion-Crow sung
Anonymous The Carrion-Crow instr

The Carrion-Crow sung
The lost Doll instr

The lost Doll sung
Charles Kingsley and John Farmer The lost Doll instr

The lost Doll sung
The Soldier's Tear instr

The Soldier's Tear sung
Alexande Lee and T. H. Bayly The Soldier's Tear instr

The Soldier's Tear sung
To You who Live at Home at Ease instr

To You who Live at Home at Ease sung
Leveridge To You who Live at Home at Ease instr

To You who Live at Home at Ease sung
When the Bright God of Day instr

When the Bright God of Day sung
From the British Musical Miscellany When the Bright God of Day instr

When the Bright God of Day sung
An Awful Little Scrub instr

An Awful Little Scrub sung
Written and composed: Geo. Grossmith An Awful Little Scrub instr

An Awful Little Scrub sung
Casabianca instr

Casabianca sung
Felicia Hemans Casabianca instr

Casabianca sung
Dublin Bay instr

Dublin Bay sung
Mrs. Crawford and George Barker Dublin Bay instr

Dublin Bay sung
Golden Slumbers Kiss your Eyes instr

Golden Slumbers Kiss your Eyes sung
Tune: Mayfair Golden Slumbers Kiss your Eyes instr

Golden Slumbers Kiss your Eyes sung
Jessie's Dream instr

Jessie's Dream sung
Grace Campbell and John Blockley Jessie's Dream instr

Jessie's Dream sung
O For the Wings of a Dove instr

O For the Wings of a Dove sung
W. Bartholomew and F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy O For the Wings of a Dove instr

O For the Wings of a Dove sung
Pity, Kind Gentlemen instr

Pity, Kind Gentlemen sung
Old English Pity, Kind Gentlemen instr

Pity, Kind Gentlemen sung
Story of another Old Woman instr

Story of another Old Woman sung
Anonymous Story of another Old Woman instr

Story of another Old Woman sung
The Fairy Queen (Come, Follow, Follow Me) instr

The Fairy Queen (Come, Follow, Follow Me) sung
Words from Percy's Reliques, Tune: The Spanish Gipsy The Fairy Queen (Come, Follow, Follow Me) instr

The Fairy Queen (Come, Follow, Follow Me) sung
The Maiden of Spain instr

The Maiden of Spain sung
Vincenzo di Chiara and Claude Aveling The Maiden of Spain instr

The Maiden of Spain sung
The Stirrup Cup instr

The Stirrup Cup sung
H. B. Farnie and I. Arditi The Stirrup Cup instr

The Stirrup Cup sung
Twenty Years Ago instr

Twenty Years Ago sung
William Willing Twenty Years Ago instr

Twenty Years Ago sung
When Sparrows Build instr

When Sparrows Build sung
Words by Jean Ingelow, Music by V. Gabriel When Sparrows Build instr

When Sparrows Build sung
A Dream of Love (Ohe! Mama!) instr

A Dream of Love (Ohe! Mama!) instr
F. Paolo Tosti A Dream of Love (Ohe! Mama!) instr

A Dream of Love (Ohe! Mama!) instr
Christmas-day in the Morning instr

Christmas-day in the Morning sung
Anonymous Christmas-day in the Morning instr

Christmas-day in the Morning sung
Erin, the Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes instr

Erin, the Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes sung
Thomas Moore air: Aileen Aroon Erin, the Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes instr

Erin, the Tear and the Smile in Thine Eyes sung
Hearts and Homes instr

Hearts and Homes sung
Charlotte Young and John Buckley Hearts and Homes instr

Hearts and Homes sung
John Anderson, My Jo instr

John Anderson, My Jo sung
Robert Burns John Anderson, My Jo instr

John Anderson, My Jo sung
Massa s in de Cold Ground instr

Massa s in de Cold Ground sung
Stephen Foster Massa s in de Cold Ground instr

Massa s in de Cold Ground sung
Oh Willie, We have Miss'd You instr

Oh Willie, We have Miss'd You sung
S. C. Foster Oh Willie, We have Miss'd You instr

Oh Willie, We have Miss'd You sung
Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat Another Setting instr

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat Another Setting sung
John Farmer Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat Another Setting instr

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat Another Setting sung
Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat instr

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat sung
Anonymous Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat instr

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat sung
Sleep Well, Sweet Angel instr

Sleep Well, Sweet Angel sung
Written and Composed: Franz Abt Sleep Well, Sweet Angel instr

Sleep Well, Sweet Angel sung
The Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bethnal Green instr

The Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bethnal Green sung
Percy's Reliques, tune: The Blind Beggar The Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bethnal Green instr

The Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bethnal Green sung
The Low backed Car instr

The Low backed Car sung
S. Lover The Low backed Car instr

The Low backed Car sung
The Switzer's Farewell instr

The Switzer's Farewell sung
George Linley The Switzer's Farewell instr

The Switzer's Farewell sung
Truth in absence instr

Truth in absence sung
Henry Brandreth, M. A. and Edmund B. Harper Truth in absence instr

Truth in absence sung
While Gazing on the Moon's Light instr

While Gazing on the Moon's Light sung
Thomas Moore, Air: Oonagh While Gazing on the Moon's Light instr

While Gazing on the Moon's Light sung
Cock-a-doodle-doo instr

Cock-a-doodle-doo sung
Anonymous Cock-a-doodle-doo instr

Cock-a-doodle-doo sung
Eveleen's Bower instr

Eveleen's Bower sung
Thomas Moore, air: unknown, thought to be The Pretty Girl of Derby, O! Eveleen's Bower instr

Eveleen's Bower sung
He was Despised instr

He was Despised sung
Handel He was Despised instr

He was Despised sung
I Love My Love instr

I Love My Love sung
C. Mackay and C. Pinsuti I Love My Love instr

I Love My Love sung
Lochnagar instr

Lochnagar sung
Byron Lochnagar instr

Lochnagar sung
One Morning, Oh, so Early instr

One Morning, Oh, so Early sung
Jean Ingelow and Alfred Scott Gatty One Morning, Oh, so Early instr

One Morning, Oh, so Early sung
Rule, Britannia instr

Rule, Britannia sung
Thomson and Dr. Arne Rule, Britannia instr

Rule, Britannia sung
St. Senanus and the Lady instr

St. Senanus and the Lady sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Brown Thorn St. Senanus and the Lady instr

St. Senanus and the Lady sung
The Field of Monterey instr

The Field of Monterey sung
M. Dix Sullivan The Field of Monterey instr

The Field of Monterey sung
The Midshipmite instr

The Midshipmite sung
Fred E. Weatherly and Stephen Adams The Midshipmite instr

The Midshipmite sung
The Star Spangled Banner instr

The Star Spangled Banner sung
Francis Scott Key and Samuel Arnold The Star Spangled Banner instr

The Star Spangled Banner sung
Tomorrow the Fox will Come to Town instr

Tomorrow the Fox will Come to Town sung
Anonymous Tomorrow the Fox will Come to Town instr

Tomorrow the Fox will Come to Town sung
When He Who Adores Thee instr

When He Who Adores Thee sung
Thomas Moore, Air: The Fox's Sleep When He Who Adores Thee instr

When He Who Adores Thee sung
As a Beam o'er the Face of the Water May Glow instr

As a Beam o'er the Face of the Water May Glow sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Young Man's Dream As a Beam o'er the Face of the Water May Glow instr

As a Beam o'er the Face of the Water May Glow sung
Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming instr

Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming sung
S. C. Foster Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming instr

Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming sung
Fairy Ship 'A Ship, A Ship a-Sailing' instr

Fairy Ship 'A Ship, A Ship a-Sailing' sung
Anonymous Fairy Ship 'A Ship, A Ship a-Sailing' instr

Fairy Ship 'A Ship, A Ship a-Sailing' sung
Holy Mother, Guide His Footsteps instr

Holy Mother, Guide His Footsteps sung
From the Opera Maritana by W. Vincent Wallace Holy Mother, Guide His Footsteps instr

Holy Mother, Guide His Footsteps sung
If With All Your Hearts instr

If With All Your Hearts sung
Mendelssohn If With All Your Hearts instr

If With All Your Hearts sung
London Bridge instr

London Bridge sung
Anonymous London Bridge instr

London Bridge sung
Nancy's Spinning Wheel instr

Nancy's Spinning Wheel sung
Tune and Words 1734 Nancy's Spinning Wheel instr

Nancy's Spinning Wheel sung
Orange Blossoms instr

Orange Blossoms sung
Words by Geo. M. Vickers, Music by Adam Geibel Orange Blossoms instr

Orange Blossoms sung
See the Pale Moon instr

See the Pale Moon sung
F. Campana See the Pale Moon instr

See the Pale Moon sung
Take Back the Virgin Page (Written on Returning a Blank Book) instr

Take Back the Virgin Page (Written on Returning a Blank Book) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Dermott Take Back the Virgin Page (Written on Returning a Blank Book) instr

Take Back the Virgin Page (Written on Returning a Blank Book) sung
The Garden of Sleep instr

The Garden of Sleep sung
Clement Scott and Isadore de Lara The Garden of Sleep instr

The Garden of Sleep sung
The Pilot Brave instr

The Pilot Brave sung
George Cooper and Harrison Millard The Pilot Brave instr

The Pilot Brave sung
The Three Little Kittens instr

The Three Little Kittens sung
Anonymous The Three Little Kittens instr

The Three Little Kittens sung
What Fairy-like Music instr

What Fairy-like Music sung
C. B. Wilson and J. De-Pinna What Fairy-like Music instr

What Fairy-like Music sung
Because You're You instr

Because You're You sung
Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert Because You're You instr

Because You're You sung
Danny Boy instr

Danny Boy sung
Fred E. Weatherly, written to an Old Irish Air Danny Boy instr

Danny Boy sung
Frog's Wooing instr

Frog's Wooing sung
Anonymous Frog's Wooing instr

Frog's Wooing sung
I had a Little Nut-Tree instr

I had a Little Nut-Tree sung
Anonymous I had a Little Nut-Tree instr

I had a Little Nut-Tree sung
Land of Hope and Glory instr

Land of Hope and Glory sung
Arthur C. Benson and Edward Elgar Land of Hope and Glory instr

Land of Hope and Glory sung
My Ain Folk instr

My Ain Folk sung
Wilfrid Mills and Laura G. Lemon My Ain Folk instr

My Ain Folk sung
Oh! Blame not the Bard instr

Oh! Blame not the Bard sung
Thomas Moore, air: Kitty Tyrrel Oh! Blame not the Bard instr

Oh! Blame not the Bard sung
Remember the Glories of Brien the Brave (War Song) instr

Remember the Glories of Brien the Brave (War Song) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Molly MacAlpin Remember the Glories of Brien the Brave (War Song) instr

Remember the Glories of Brien the Brave (War Song) sung
St Paul's Steeple instr

St Paul's Steeple sung
Anonymous St Paul's Steeple instr

St Paul's Steeple sung
The Fairy Pipers instr

The Fairy Pipers sung
Fred E. Weatherly and A. Herbert Brewer The Fairy Pipers instr

The Fairy Pipers sung
The Plough-Boy in Luck instr

The Plough-Boy in Luck sung
Anonymous The Plough-Boy in Luck instr

The Plough-Boy in Luck sung
They Can't do it, You Know. Instr

They Can't do it, You Know. Sung
Nat. C. Goodwin and Geo Schleiffarth They Can't do it, You Know. Instr

They Can't do it, You Know. Sung
Violets english instr

Violets english sung
Julian Fane, H. Heine and Ellen Wright Violets english instr

Violets english sung
When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose instr

When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose sung
Jack Mahoney and Percy Wenrich When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose instr

When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose sung
A Bowl of Roses instr

A Bowl of Roses sung
W. E. Henley and Robert Coningsby Clarke A Bowl of Roses instr

A Bowl of Roses sung
Believe Me if All instr

Believe Me if All sung
Anonymous Believe Me if All instr

Believe Me if All sung
Come, Send Round the Wine instr

Come, Send Round the Wine sung
Thomas Moore, air: We brought the Summer with us Come, Send Round the Wine instr

Come, Send Round the Wine sung
Fly Not Yet instr

Fly Not Yet sung
Thomas Moore; Air Planxty Kelly Fly Not Yet instr

Fly Not Yet sung
Hush-a-by Baby instr

Hush-a-by Baby sung
Anonymous Hush-a-by Baby instr

Hush-a-by Baby sung
Jog on, Jog on instr

Jog on, Jog on sung
Anonymous Jog on, Jog on instr

Jog on, Jog on sung
Ma Little Banjo instr

Ma Little Banjo sung
Arthur Rutherford and William Dichmont Ma Little Banjo instr

Ma Little Banjo sung
See-Saw Waltz Song 1 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 1 sung
A. Crowe See-Saw Waltz Song 1 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 1 sung
See-Saw Waltz Song 2 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 2 sung
A. Crowe See-Saw Waltz Song 2 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 2 sung
See-Saw Waltz Song 3 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 3 sung
A. Crowe See-Saw Waltz Song 3 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 3 sung
See-Saw Waltz Song 4 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 4 sung
A. Crowe See-Saw Waltz Song 4 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 4 sung
See-Saw Waltz Song 5 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 5 sung
A. Crowe See-Saw Waltz Song 5 instr

See-Saw Waltz Song 5 sung
See-Saw Waltz Song instr

See-Saw Waltz Song sung
A. Crowe See-Saw Waltz Song instr

See-Saw Waltz Song sung
Nearer, my God, to Thee instr

Nearer, my God, to Thee sung
Sarah Flower Adams and Lewis Carey Nearer, my God, to Thee instr

Nearer, my God, to Thee sung
The Ash Grove instr

The Ash Grove sung
Welch The Ash Grove instr

The Ash Grove sung
The Hymns of the Old Church Choir instr

The Hymns of the Old Church Choir sung
Arthur J. Lamb and Alfred Solman The Hymns of the Old Church Choir instr

The Hymns of the Old Church Choir sung
The Quilting Party instr

The Quilting Party sung
Anonymous The Quilting Party instr

The Quilting Party sung
This Life Is All Chequered instr

This Life Is All Chequered sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Bunch of Green Rushes that Grew at the Brim This Life Is All Chequered instr

This Life Is All Chequered sung
Under the Greenwood Tree instr

Under the Greenwood Tree sung
Tune and Words 17th Century Under the Greenwood Tree instr

Under the Greenwood Tree sung
What the Bee is to the Flowret instr

What the Bee is to the Flowret sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Yellow Horse What the Bee is to the Flowret instr

What the Bee is to the Flowret sung
Billy Pringle instr

Billy Pringle sung
Anonymous Billy Pringle instr

Billy Pringle sung
Come Unto Me instr

Come Unto Me sung
W. H. Bellamy and Miss Lindsay Come Unto Me instr

Come Unto Me sung
How Oft Has the Benshee Cried instr

How Oft Has the Benshee Cried sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Dear Black Maid How Oft Has the Benshee Cried instr

How Oft Has the Benshee Cried sung
It is not the Tear at this Moment Shed instr

It is not the Tear at this Moment Shed sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Sixpence It is not the Tear at this Moment Shed instr

It is not the Tear at this Moment Shed sung
Lullaby instr

Lullaby sung
Words from Cobb's Opera "The Pirates", Music: Storace Lullaby instr

Lullaby sung
My old Kentucky Home, Good Night! Instr

My old Kentucky Home, Good Night! Sung
Stephen C. Foster My old Kentucky Home, Good Night! Instr

My old Kentucky Home, Good Night! Sung
Oh, Think Not My Spirits Are Always As Light instr

Oh, Think Not My Spirits Are Always As Light sung
Thomas Moore, air: John O'Reilly the Active Oh, Think Not My Spirits Are Always As Light instr

Oh, Think Not My Spirits Are Always As Light sung
Rose in the Bud instr

Rose in the Bud sung
Percy J. Barrow and Doroth Forster Rose in the Bud instr

Rose in the Bud sung
Take Me Home instr

Take Me Home sung
Raymond Take Me Home instr

Take Me Home sung
The Englishman instr

The Englishman sung
Eliza Cook and John Blockley The Englishman instr

The Englishman sung
The old arm chair instr

The old arm chair sung
Eliza Cook and Henry Russell The old arm chair instr

The old arm chair sung
The Three Ravens instr

The Three Ravens sung
Anonymous, 16th Century The Three Ravens instr

The Three Ravens sung
Farewell Aloha Oe instr

Farewell Aloha Oe sung
H. M. Queen Lihuokalani Farewell Aloha Oe instr

Farewell Aloha Oe sung
Trust Her Not instr

Trust Her Not sung
Longfellow and W. F. Sudds Trust Her Not instr

Trust Her Not sung
What does Little Birdie say instr

What does Little Birdie say sung
Lord Tennyson and John Farmer What does Little Birdie say instr

What does Little Birdie say sung
Children s Voices instr

Children s Voices sung
Claribel Children s Voices instr

Children s Voices sung
Drink to her instr

Drink to her sung
Thomas Moore, air: Heigh Ho! My Jackey Drink to her instr

Drink to her sung
Homeward Bound instr

Homeward Bound sung
W. F. Warren and C. S. Harrington Homeward Bound instr

Homeward Bound sung
Jingle Johnny instr

Jingle Johnny sung
Clifford Harris and Jas. W. Tate Jingle Johnny instr

Jingle Johnny sung
Mother Machree instr

Mother Machree sung
Rida Johnson Young, Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball Mother Machree instr

Mother Machree sung
O Weel may the Keel Row instr

O Weel may the Keel Row sung
Northumbrian Air: 18th Century O Weel may the Keel Row instr

O Weel may the Keel Row sung
Polly put the kettle on instr

Polly put the kettle on sung
Anonymous Polly put the kettle on instr

Polly put the kettle on sung
Song of O'Donohue's Mistress (Of All the Fair Months, That Round the Sun) instr

Song of O'Donohue's Mistress (Of All the Fair Months, That Round the Sun) sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Little and Great Mountain Song of O'Donohue's Mistress (Of All the Fair Months, That Round the Sun) instr

Song of O'Donohue's Mistress (Of All the Fair Months, That Round the Sun) sung
The Drum Major instr

The Drum Major sung
Fred E. Weatherly and Ernest Newton The Drum Major instr

The Drum Major sung
The Little Woman and the Pedlar instr

The Little Woman and the Pedlar sung
Anonymous The Little Woman and the Pedlar instr

The Little Woman and the Pedlar sung
There are Sounds of Mirth instr

There are Sounds of Mirth sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Priest in His Boots There are Sounds of Mirth instr

There are Sounds of Mirth sung
Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday instr

Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday sung
J. Keirn Brennan and Ernest R. Ball Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday instr

Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday sung
While History's Muse instr

While History's Muse sung
Thomas Moore, air: Paddy Whack While History's Muse instr

While History's Muse sung
And They Called It Dixieland instr

And They Called It Dixieland sung
Raymone Egan and Richard A. Whiting And They Called It Dixieland instr

And They Called It Dixieland sung
Come Holy Spirit instr

Come Holy Spirit sung
G. W. Warren Come Holy Spirit instr

Come Holy Spirit sung
Drifting instr

Drifting sung
Claribel Drifting instr

Drifting sung
Hear Me, Norma instr

Hear Me, Norma sung
C. Jefferys and Bellini Hear Me, Norma instr

Hear Me, Norma sung
I Wish I was by that Dim Lake instr

I Wish I was by that Dim Lake sung
Thomas Moore, air: I Wish I was on Yonder Hill I Wish I was by that Dim Lake instr

I Wish I was by that Dim Lake sung
List to the Convent Bells instr

List to the Convent Bells sung
John Blockley List to the Convent Bells instr

List to the Convent Bells sung
My Lover is a Sailor Lad instr

My Lover is a Sailor Lad sung
Harry B. Smith and Geo. Schleiffarth My Lover is a Sailor Lad instr

My Lover is a Sailor Lad sung
Oh, Breathe not his Name instr

Oh, Breathe not his Name sung
Thomas Moore air: The Brown Maid Oh, Breathe not his Name instr

Oh, Breathe not his Name sung
Robinson Crusoe instr

Robinson Crusoe sung
Anonymous; Tune "The Island." From "Gaudeamus", No. 17. Robinson Crusoe instr

Robinson Crusoe sung
Tempest of the Heart instr

Tempest of the Heart sung
From Verdi's "Il Trovatore" Tempest of the Heart instr

Tempest of the Heart sung
The Gipsy's Warning instr

The Gipsy's Warning sung
Anonymous The Gipsy's Warning instr

The Gipsy's Warning sung
The Road of Looking-Forward instr

The Road of Looking-Forward sung
D. Eardley-Wilmot and Hermann Lohr The Road of Looking-Forward instr

The Road of Looking-Forward sung
Thou art always the same to me dear (Waipoi) instr

Thou art always the same to me dear (Waipoi) sung
Chas. K. Hopkins Thou art always the same to me dear (Waipoi) instr

Thou art always the same to me dear (Waipoi) sung
Vilia instr

Vilia sung
Adrian Ross, Franz Lehar, H. M. Higgs Vilia instr

Vilia sung
When the Tide Comes In

When the Tide Comes In
H. Ashland Kean and H. Millard When the Tide Comes In

When the Tide Comes In
Blanche Alpen instr

Blanche Alpen sung
Charles Jefferys and Stephen Glover Blanche Alpen instr

Blanche Alpen sung
Cradle Song instr

Cradle Song sung
Anonymous, Swedish Traditional Cradle Song instr

Cradle Song sung
Erin, Oh! Erin (Like the Bright Lamp) instr

Erin, Oh! Erin (Like the Bright Lamp) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Thamam Halla Erin, Oh! Erin (Like the Bright Lamp) instr

Erin, Oh! Erin (Like the Bright Lamp) sung
If all the World instr

If all the World sung
Anonymous If all the World instr

If all the World sung
Little Man and Maid instr

Little Man and Maid sung
Anonymous Little Man and Maid instr

Little Man and Maid sung
Nay, Tell Me Not instr

Nay, Tell Me Not sung
Thomas Moore, air: Dennis, Don't be Threatening Nay, Tell Me Not instr

Nay, Tell Me Not sung
One Bumper at Parting instr

One Bumper at Parting sung
Thomas Moore, air: Moll Roe in the Morning One Bumper at Parting instr

One Bumper at Parting sung
Silent, O Moyle! Be the Roar of Thy Water (The song of Fionnuala) instr

Silent, O Moyle! Be the Roar of Thy Water (The song of Fionnuala) sung
Thomas Moore, Air: Arrah, My Dear Eveleen Silent, O Moyle! Be the Roar of Thy Water (The song of Fionnuala) instr

Silent, O Moyle! Be the Roar of Thy Water (The song of Fionnuala) sung
The Arrow and the Song instr

The Arrow and the Song sung
Longfellow and M. W. Balfe The Arrow and the Song instr

The Arrow and the Song sung
The Fortune-Teller ( Down in the Valley, Come Meet Me To-night) instr

The Fortune-Teller ( Down in the Valley, Come Meet Me To-night) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Open the Door Softly The Fortune-Teller ( Down in the Valley, Come Meet Me To-night) instr

The Fortune-Teller ( Down in the Valley, Come Meet Me To-night) sung
The Rose of Tralee instr

The Rose of Tralee sung
E. Mordaunt Spencer and Charles W. Glover The Rose of Tralee instr

The Rose of Tralee sung
Thoughts have Wings instr

Thoughts have Wings sung
Frances M. Gostling and Liza Lehmann Thoughts have Wings instr

Thoughts have Wings sung
Waken, Lords and Ladies Gay instr

Waken, Lords and Ladies Gay sung
Sir Walter Scott, John Farmer Waken, Lords and Ladies Gay instr

Waken, Lords and Ladies Gay sung
Wreath the Bowl instr

Wreath the Bowl sung
Thomas Moore, air: Noran Kitsa Wreath the Bowl instr

Wreath the Bowl sung
Chinese Baby-Song instr

Chinese Baby-Song sung
Anonymous Chinese Baby-Song instr

Chinese Baby-Song sung
Dream Faces instr

Dream Faces sung
Wm. M. Hutchison Dream Faces instr

Dream Faces sung
Glory to Thee, My God, This Night instr

Glory to Thee, My God, This Night sung
Bishop Ken and Charles Gounod Glory to Thee, My God, This Night instr

Glory to Thee, My God, This Night sung
I m From Chicago instr.wmv

I m From Chicago sung.wmv
Jamie Kelly and Ed. Hutchison I m From Chicago instr.wmv

I m From Chicago sung.wmv
Keep on hopin' instr

Keep on hopin' sung
Frank Stanton and Kathleen Heron-Maxwell Keep on hopin' instr

Keep on hopin' sung
Must Our Parting be Forever instr

Must Our Parting be Forever sung
Violet Farrington and Cora B. Meacham Must Our Parting be Forever instr

Must Our Parting be Forever sung
Oh! Doubt Me Not instr

Oh! Doubt Me Not sung
Thomas Moore, air: Yellow Wat and the Fox Oh! Doubt Me Not instr

Oh! Doubt Me Not sung
Queen of the Night instr

Queen of the Night sung
Mrs. Brine and Mrs. Jane Sloman Torry Queen of the Night instr

Queen of the Night sung
Strike the Harp Gently instr

Strike the Harp Gently sung
J. B. Woodbury Strike the Harp Gently instr

Strike the Harp Gently sung
The Dying Volunteer instr

The Dying Volunteer sung
From the New Orleans Times, A. E. A. Muse The Dying Volunteer instr

The Dying Volunteer sung
The Old Man who Lived in a Wood instr

The Old Man who Lived in a Wood sung
From MS. (15th Century), Scotch tune. The Old Man who Lived in a Wood instr

The Old Man who Lived in a Wood sung
There is a Green Hill Far Away instr

There is a Green Hill Far Away sung
Mrs. C. F. Alexander and Ch. Gounod There is a Green Hill Far Away instr

There is a Green Hill Far Away sung
Whene’er I See Those Smiling Eyes instr

Whene’er I See Those Smiling Eyes sung
Thomas Moore, air: Father Quinn Whene’er I See Those Smiling Eyes instr

Whene’er I See Those Smiling Eyes sung
A Warrior Bold instr

A Warrior Bold sung
Edwin Thomas and Stephen Adams A Warrior Bold instr

A Warrior Bold sung
Birds in the Night instr

Birds in the Night sung
Lionel H. Lewin and Arthur S. Sullivan Birds in the Night instr

Birds in the Night sung
Dance a Baby instr

Dance a Baby sung
Anonymous Dance a Baby instr

Dance a Baby sung
Farewell! But, Whenever You Welcome the Hour instr

Farewell! But, Whenever You Welcome the Hour sung
Thomas Moore, air: Moll Roone Farewell! But, Whenever You Welcome the Hour instr

Farewell! But, Whenever You Welcome the Hour sung
How Dear the Hour When Daylight Dies instr

How Dear the Hour When Daylight Dies sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Twisting of the rope How Dear the Hour When Daylight Dies instr

How Dear the Hour When Daylight Dies sung
In Gathering Roses Look Out for the Thorns instr

In Gathering Roses Look Out for the Thorns sung
Thos. F. Westendorf In Gathering Roses Look Out for the Thorns instr

In Gathering Roses Look Out for the Thorns sung
Long Ago instr

Long Ago sung
Fabe Martin and Harrison Millard Long Ago instr

Long Ago sung
Ne’er Ask the Hour instr

Ne’er Ask the Hour sung
Thomas Moore, air: My Husband's a Journey to Portugal Gone Ne’er Ask the Hour instr

Ne’er Ask the Hour sung
Oh, Dear! what can the Matter be instr

Oh, Dear! what can the Matter be sung
Anonymous Oh, Dear! what can the Matter be instr

Oh, Dear! what can the Matter be sung
Robin lend to me thy Bow instr

Robin lend to me thy Bow sung
Anonymous, Tune before 1568 Robin lend to me thy Bow instr

Robin lend to me thy Bow sung
Sweet and Low instr

Sweet and Low sung
Lord Tennyson and John Farmer Sweet and Low instr

Sweet and Low sung
The Faded Coat of Blue instr

The Faded Coat of Blue sung
J. H. Mc Naughton The Faded Coat of Blue instr

The Faded Coat of Blue sung
The Parallel (Yes, Sad One of Zion! If Closely Resembling) instr

The Parallel (Yes, Sad One of Zion! If Closely Resembling) sung
Thomas Moore; Air: I Would Rather Than Ireland The Parallel (Yes, Sad One of Zion! If Closely Resembling) instr

The Parallel (Yes, Sad One of Zion! If Closely Resembling) sung
The Time I've Lost in Wooing instr

The Time I've Lost in Wooing sung
Thomas Moore, air: Pease upon a Trencher The Time I've Lost in Wooing instr

The Time I've Lost in Wooing sung
To the Maypole Haste away instr

To the Maypole Haste away sung
Anonymous, Old English, time of Queen Elizabeth b. 1533 q. 1558 to 1603 To the Maypole Haste away instr

To the Maypole Haste away sung
When First I Met Thee instr

When First I Met Thee sung
Thomas Moore, air: O Patrick, Fly from Me When First I Met Thee instr

When First I Met Thee sung
Abide With Me instr

Abide With Me sung
Henry Francis Lyte and S. Liddle Abide With Me instr

Abide With Me sung
By-and-by You Will Forget Me instr

By-and-by You Will Forget Me sung
Arthur W. French and Wm. A. Huntley By-and-by You Will Forget Me instr

By-and-by You Will Forget Me sung
Doctor Faustus instr

Doctor Faustus sung
Anonymous Doctor Faustus instr

Doctor Faustus sung
Forget Not the Field instr

Forget Not the Field sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Lamentation of Aughrim Forget Not the Field instr

Forget Not the Field sung
I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls instr

I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls sung
From Balfe's Bohemian Girl I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls instr

I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls sung
Just as I Am instr

Just as I Am sung
Charlotte Elliott and Wm. B. Bradbury Just as I Am instr

Just as I Am sung
Mr Mulcahey Esquire instr

Mr Mulcahey Esquire sung
C. Frank Horn Mr Mulcahey Esquire instr

Mr Mulcahey Esquire sung
Oh For the Swords of Former Time instr

Oh For the Swords of Former Time sung
Thomas Moore, air: Name Unknown Oh For the Swords of Former Time instr

Oh For the Swords of Former Time sung
Pretty as a Pink instr

Pretty as a Pink sung
H. G. Wheeler and J. W. Wheeler Pretty as a Pink instr

Pretty as a Pink sung
Somebody instr

Somebody sung
Arranged by Thomas Williams Somebody instr

Somebody sung
The British Grenadiers instr

The British Grenadiers sung
16th Century The British Grenadiers instr

The British Grenadiers sung
The Loreley instr

The Loreley sung
F. Silcher The Loreley instr

The Loreley sung
The Storm-Fiend instr

The Storm-Fiend sung
Fred. E. Weatherly and J. L. Roeckel The Storm-Fiend instr

The Storm-Fiend sung
To the Evening Star instr

To the Evening Star sung
From Wagner's "Tannhauser" To the Evening Star instr

To the Evening Star sung
You Remember Ellen instr

You Remember Ellen sung
Thomas Moore, air: Were I a Clerk You Remember Ellen instr

You Remember Ellen sung
A Song of the Sea instr

A Song of the Sea sung
Written from memory, by Mrs. W. A. Fisher, probably 100 years old A Song of the Sea instr

A Song of the Sea sung
Beautiful Star in Heaven so Bright instr

Beautiful Star in Heaven so Bright sung
S. M. Sayles Beautiful Star in Heaven so Bright instr

Beautiful Star in Heaven so Bright sung
Christmas Eve instr

Christmas Eve sung
F. W. F., Harrow Glee Book, No. 23 Christmas Eve instr

Christmas Eve sung
Dreaming instr

Dreaming sung
E. Oxenford and Milton Wellings Dreaming instr

Dreaming sung
Go 'way Old Man instr

Go 'way Old Man sung
A. M. Keith Go 'way Old Man instr

Go 'way Old Man sung
I Saw Thy Form (in Youthful Prime) instr

I Saw Thy Form (in Youthful Prime) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Domhnall I Saw Thy Form (in Youthful Prime) instr

I Saw Thy Form (in Youthful Prime) sung
Last Night instr

Last Night sung
Halfdan Kjerulf Last Night instr

Last Night sung
My Ain Wee House instr

My Ain Wee House sung
Mrs Wilson and D. R. Munro My Ain Wee House instr

My Ain Wee House sung
Pierrot instr

Pierrot sung
F. E. Weatherly M. A. and Wm. M. Hutchison Pierrot instr

Pierrot sung
Song of a Thousand Years instr

Song of a Thousand Years sung
Henry C. Work Song of a Thousand Years instr

Song of a Thousand Years sung
The Campbells are Coming instr

The Campbells are Coming sung
Old Scotch Air The Campbells are Coming instr

The Campbells are Coming sung
The Last Rose of Summer instr

The Last Rose of Summer sung
Thomas Moore The Last Rose of Summer instr

The Last Rose of Summer sung
The Songs my Mother sang instr

The Songs my Mother sang sung
Arthur E. Grimshaw The Songs my Mother sang instr

The Songs my Mother sang sung
To Ladies' Eyes instr

To Ladies' Eyes sung
Thomas Moore, air: Fague A Ballagh To Ladies' Eyes instr

To Ladies' Eyes sung
When Cold in the Earth instr

When Cold in the Earth sung
Thomas Moore, air: Limerick's Lamentation When Cold in the Earth instr

When Cold in the Earth sung
Before the Battle (By the Hope Within us Springing) instr

Before the Battle (By the Hope Within us Springing) sung
Thomas Moore, Air: The Fairy Queen Before the Battle (By the Hope Within us Springing) instr

Before the Battle (By the Hope Within us Springing) sung
Clime Beneath Whose Genial Sun instr

Clime Beneath Whose Genial Sun sung
Anonymous,air: Old Scotch Folksong, Scots wha hae wi' Wallace Bled Clime Beneath Whose Genial Sun instr

Clime Beneath Whose Genial Sun sung
Echo (How Sweet the Answer Echo Makes!) instr

Echo (How Sweet the Answer Echo Makes!) sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Wren Echo (How Sweet the Answer Echo Makes!) instr

Echo (How Sweet the Answer Echo Makes!) sung
God save the King instr

God save the King sung
National Anthem (UK) King Edward God save the King instr

God save the King sung
If no one ever marries me instr

If no one ever marries me sung
Laurence Alma Tadema and Liza Lehmann If no one ever marries me instr

If no one ever marries me sung
Let My Name be Kindly Spoken instr

Let My Name be Kindly Spoken sung
S. N. Mitchell and H. P. Danks Let My Name be Kindly Spoken instr

Let My Name be Kindly Spoken sung
No, Not More Welcome instr

No, Not More Welcome sung
Thomas Moore, air: Luggelaw No, Not More Welcome instr

No, Not More Welcome sung
Oranges and Lemons instr

Oranges and Lemons sung
Anonymous Oranges and Lemons instr

Oranges and Lemons sung
Sir Simon de Montfort instr

Sir Simon de Montfort sung
Words from Percy's Reliques, Tune: Old English Sir Simon de Montfort instr

Sir Simon de Montfort sung
The Better Land instr

The Better Land sung
Felicia Hemans and Cristabel The Better Land instr

The Better Land sung
The Lass of Richmond Hill instr

The Lass of Richmond Hill sung
James Hook The Lass of Richmond Hill instr

The Lass of Richmond Hill sung
The Song of O’Ruark, Prince of Breffni (The Valley Lay Smiling Before Me) instr

The Song of O’Ruark, Prince of Breffni (The Valley Lay Smiling Before Me) sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow The Song of O’Ruark, Prince of Breffni (The Valley Lay Smiling Before Me) instr

The Song of O’Ruark, Prince of Breffni (The Valley Lay Smiling Before Me) sung
To Carry the Milking Pail instr

To Carry the Milking Pail sung
Tune of Shakespeare's Time To Carry the Milking Pail instr

To Carry the Milking Pail sung
What do you Want to Make those Eyes at Me For instr

What do you Want to Make those Eyes at Me For sung
Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson and Jimmy V. Monaco What do you Want to Make those Eyes at Me For instr

What do you Want to Make those Eyes at Me For sung
A Yankee Ship, and a Yankee Crew instr

A Yankee Ship, and a Yankee Crew sung
C. M. King A Yankee Ship, and a Yankee Crew instr

A Yankee Ship, and a Yankee Crew sung
Bliss For Ever Past instr

Bliss For Ever Past sung
M. W. Balfe Bliss For Ever Past instr

Bliss For Ever Past sung
Cleansing Fires instr

Cleansing Fires sung
Adelaide Anne Procter and Virginia Gabriel Cleansing Fires instr

Cleansing Fires sung
Dream-Land instr

Dream-Land sung
Claribel Dream-Land instr

Dream-Land sung
Frog and the Crow instr

Frog and the Crow sung
Anonymous Frog and the Crow instr

Frog and the Crow sung
Hush-a-Bye Baby (Warbling Lullaby) instr

Hush-a-Bye Baby (Warbling Lullaby) sung
Harry Clark Hush-a-Bye Baby (Warbling Lullaby) instr

Hush-a-Bye Baby (Warbling Lullaby) sung
John Peel instr

John Peel sung
Anonymous John Peel instr

John Peel sung
Love and the Novice (Here We Dwell in Holiest Bowers) instr

Love and the Novice (Here We Dwell in Holiest Bowers) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Cean Dubh Delish Love and the Novice (Here We Dwell in Holiest Bowers) instr

Love and the Novice (Here We Dwell in Holiest Bowers) sung
Norine Maurine, or Nena my Darling instr

Norine Maurine, or Nena my Darling sung
Billy Devere and Eddie Fox Norine Maurine, or Nena my Darling instr

Norine Maurine, or Nena my Darling sung
On Music (When Through Life We Rove) instr

On Music (When Through Life We Rove) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Banks of Banna On Music (When Through Life We Rove) instr

On Music (When Through Life We Rove) sung
See at Your Feet instr

See at Your Feet sung
M. W. Balfe, from "Bohemian Girl" See at Your Feet instr

See at Your Feet sung
Take Me Back to Home and Mother instr

Take Me Back to Home and Mother sung
Arthur French and William A. Huntley Take Me Back to Home and Mother instr

Take Me Back to Home and Mother sung
The Grand Old Ocean! instr

The Grand Old Ocean! sung
D. C. McCallum and H. Millard The Grand Old Ocean! instr

The Grand Old Ocean! sung
The Orphan Boys instr

The Orphan Boys sung
From "The Young Choir" 1840 The Orphan Boys instr

The Orphan Boys sung
They Know Not My Heart instr

They Know Not My Heart sung
Thomas Moore, air: Coolon Das They Know Not My Heart instr

They Know Not My Heart sung
'Twas One of those Dreams instr

'Twas One of those Dreams sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Song of the Woods 'Twas One of those Dreams instr

'Twas One of those Dreams sung
What are the Wild Waves Saying instr

What are the Wild Waves Saying sung
J. E. Carpenter and Stephen Glover What are the Wild Waves Saying instr

What are the Wild Waves Saying sung
After the Battle (Night closed around the Conquerer's Way) sung

After the Battle (Night closed around the Conquerer's Way) instr
Thomas Moore, Air: Thy Fair Bosom After the Battle (Night closed around the Conquerer's Way) sung

After the Battle (Night closed around the Conquerer's Way) instr
Bridal Chorus, from Lohengrin instr

Bridal Chorus, from Lohengrin sung
Richard Wagner Bridal Chorus, from Lohengrin instr

Bridal Chorus, from Lohengrin sung
Dear Harp of My Country instr

Dear Harp of My Country sung
Thomas Moore, Air: New Langolee Dear Harp of My Country instr

Dear Harp of My Country sung
Fly Forth, O Gentle Dove instr

Fly Forth, O Gentle Dove sung
F. E. Weatherly, B. A. and Ciro Pinsuti Fly Forth, O Gentle Dove instr

Fly Forth, O Gentle Dove sung
I Saw from the Beach instr

I Saw from the Beach sung
Thomas Moore, air: Miss Molly I Saw from the Beach instr

I Saw from the Beach sung
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old instr

Let Erin Remember the Days of Old sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Red Fox Let Erin Remember the Days of Old instr

Let Erin Remember the Days of Old sung
My Love is like a Red, Red Rose instr

My Love is like a Red, Red Rose sung
Anonymous My Love is like a Red, Red Rose instr

My Love is like a Red, Red Rose sung
Oh, Banquet not in those Shining Bowers instr

Oh, Banquet not in those Shining Bowers sung
Thomas Moore, air: Planxty Irwine Oh, Banquet not in those Shining Bowers instr

Oh, Banquet not in those Shining Bowers sung
Sail on, Sail on instr

Sail on, Sail on sung
Thomas Moore, Air: The Humming of the Ban Sail on, Sail on instr

Sail on, Sail on sung
The Battle Cry of Freedom instr

The Battle Cry of Freedom sung
George F. Root The Battle Cry of Freedom instr

The Battle Cry of Freedom sung
The Jolly Tester instr

The Jolly Tester sung
Anonymous The Jolly Tester instr

The Jolly Tester sung
The Sea is England's Glory instr

The Sea is England's Glory sung
J. W. Lake and S. Glover The Sea is England's Glory instr

The Sea is England's Glory sung
Tis Gone, and For Ever instr

Tis Gone, and For Ever sung
Thomas Moore, air: Savournah Deelish Tis Gone, and For Ever instr

Tis Gone, and For Ever sung
What are Little Boys made of instr

What are Little Boys made of sung
Anonymous What are Little Boys made of instr

What are Little Boys made of sung
Alone at Last instr

Alone at Last sung
Harry B. Smith and Geo. Schleiffarth Alone at Last instr

Alone at Last sung
Bonnie Mary of Argyle instr

Bonnie Mary of Argyle sung
C. Jefferys and S. Nelson Bonnie Mary of Argyle instr

Bonnie Mary of Argyle sung
Christians, Awake instr

Christians, Awake sung
An Old English Carol Christians, Awake instr

Christians, Awake sung
Down Among the Dead Men instr

Down Among the Dead Men sung
Dyer and Henry Purcell Down Among the Dead Men instr

Down Among the Dead Men sung
Girls and Boys, come out to Play another setting instr

Girls and Boys, come out to Play another setting sung
John Farmer Girls and Boys, come out to Play another setting instr

Girls and Boys, come out to Play another setting sung
I Know a Lovely Garden instr

I Know a Lovely Garden sung
Edward Teschemacher and Guy D'Hardelot I Know a Lovely Garden instr

I Know a Lovely Garden sung
Kathleen Aroon instr

Kathleen Aroon sung
Mrs. Crawford and Franz Abt Kathleen Aroon instr

Kathleen Aroon sung
Ma Curly Headed Babby instr

Ma Curly Headed Babby sung
G. H. Clutsam Ma Curly Headed Babby instr

Ma Curly Headed Babby sung
Nut Brown Maiden instr

Nut Brown Maiden sung
Anonymous Nut Brown Maiden instr

Nut Brown Maiden sung
Only Once More instr

Only Once More sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Frank L. Moir Only Once More instr

Only Once More sung
Shall the Harp then be Silent instr

Shall the Harp then be Silent sung
Thomas Moore, air: MacFarlane's Lamentation Shall the Harp then be Silent instr

Shall the Harp then be Silent sung
Sublime was the Warning Which Liberty Spoke instr

Sublime was the Warning Which Liberty Spoke sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Black Joke Sublime was the Warning Which Liberty Spoke instr

Sublime was the Warning Which Liberty Spoke sung
The English Swell instr

The English Swell sung
Lewis Dockstader and John A. Armstrong The English Swell instr

The English Swell sung
The Merry Birds instr

The Merry Birds sung
Fred. Gumbert The Merry Birds instr

The Merry Birds sung
The Wandering Bard instr

The Wandering Bard sung
Thomas Moore, air: Planxty O'Reilly The Wandering Bard instr

The Wandering Bard sung
Tit-Willow instr

Tit-Willow sung
A. Sullivan Tit-Willow instr

Tit-Willow sung
What Am I Love Without Thee instr

What Am I Love Without Thee sung
F. E. Weatherly and Stephen Adams What Am I Love Without Thee instr

What Am I Love Without Thee sung
A Dream of Peace instr

A Dream of Peace sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Ciro Pinsuti A Dream of Peace instr

A Dream of Peace sung
Avenging and Bright instr

Avenging and Bright sung
Thomas Moore, air: Crooghan a Venee Avenging and Bright instr

Avenging and Bright sung
Can t You Hear Me Calling Caroline instr

Can t You Hear Me Calling Caroline sung
Wm. H. Gardner amd Caro Roma Can t You Hear Me Calling Caroline instr

Can t You Hear Me Calling Caroline sung
Desmond's Song instr

Desmond's Song sung
Thomas Moore, air: Unknown Desmond's Song instr

Desmond's Song sung
Faithfu' Johnie instr

Faithfu' Johnie sung
Harrow Glee Book, arranged by John Farmer Faithfu' Johnie instr

Faithfu' Johnie sung
If Thou’lt be Mine instr

If Thou’lt be Mine sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Winnowing Sheet If Thou’lt be Mine instr

If Thou’lt be Mine sung
Kiss Me Quick, and Go instr

Kiss Me Quick, and Go sung
F. Buckley Kiss Me Quick, and Go instr

Kiss Me Quick, and Go sung
Home! Sweet Home! Instr

Home! Sweet Home! Sung
J. H. Payne and Sir H. R. Bishop Home! Sweet Home! Instr

Home! Sweet Home! Sung
Love, I will Love You Ever instr

Love, I will Love You Ever sung
F. Desprez and P Bucalossi Love, I will Love You Ever instr

Love, I will Love You Ever sung
No Love is Like a Mother’s instr

No Love is Like a Mother’s sung
Phil. Rossiter and J. F. Zimmermann No Love is Like a Mother’s instr

No Love is Like a Mother’s sung
Oh, the Sight Entrancing instr

Oh, the Sight Entrancing sung
Thomas Moore, air: PLanxty Sudley Oh, the Sight Entrancing instr

Oh, the Sight Entrancing sung
Remember Thee instr

Remember Thee sung
Thomas Moore, air: Castle Tirowen Remember Thee instr

Remember Thee sung
Some Day I’ll Wander Back Again instr

Some Day I’ll Wander Back Again sung
Arthur W. French and William A. Huntley Some Day I’ll Wander Back Again instr

Some Day I’ll Wander Back Again sung
The Blue Bells of Scotland instr

The Blue Bells of Scotland sung
Anonymous The Blue Bells of Scotland instr

The Blue Bells of Scotland sung
The Lark now leaves his Wat'ry Nest instr

The Lark now leaves his Wat'ry Nest sung
Sir W. Davenant and J. L. Hatton The Lark now leaves his Wat'ry Nest instr

The Lark now leaves his Wat'ry Nest sung
The Scarecrow instr

The Scarecrow sung
Anonymous The Scarecrow instr

The Scarecrow sung
Thy Sentinel Am I instr

Thy Sentinel Am I sung
Edward Oxenford and Michael Watson Thy Sentinel Am I instr

Thy Sentinel Am I sung
We're Tenting To-Night instr

We're Tenting To-Night sung
Walter Kittredge We're Tenting To-Night instr

We're Tenting To-Night sung
Ah, Don't Come a Wooing instr

Ah, Don't Come a Wooing sung
Miss Muloch and Adam Geibel Ah, Don't Come a Wooing instr

Ah, Don't Come a Wooing sung
As Slow Our Ship Her Foamy Track instr

As Slow Our Ship Her Foamy Track sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Girl I Left Behind Me As Slow Our Ship Her Foamy Track instr

As Slow Our Ship Her Foamy Track sung
Call Me Pet Names instr

Call Me Pet Names sung
Mrs. Osgood Call Me Pet Names instr

Call Me Pet Names sung
Dearest Mae instr

Dearest Mae sung
Francis Lynch and L. H. V. Crosby Dearest Mae instr

Dearest Mae sung
Fairest! Put on Awhile instr

Fairest! Put on Awhile sung
Thomas Moore. air: Cummilum Fairest! Put on Awhile instr

Fairest! Put on Awhile sung
Heaven is My Home instr

Heaven is My Home sung
T. R. Taylor and A. S. Sullivan Heaven is My Home instr

Heaven is My Home sung
I'd Mourn the Hopes that Leave Me instr

I'd Mourn the Hopes that Leave Me sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Rose Tree I'd Mourn the Hopes that Leave Me instr

I'd Mourn the Hopes that Leave Me sung
Kórner’s Battle Prayer instr

Kórner’s Battle Prayer sung
Korner and Himmel Kórner’s Battle Prayer instr

Kórner’s Battle Prayer sung
O'er the Hills Jessie instr

O'er the Hills Jessie sung
N. J. Sporle O'er the Hills Jessie instr

O'er the Hills Jessie sung
Our Baby instr

Our Baby sung
French Folksong Our Baby instr

Our Baby sung
Save the Sweetest Kiss for Me instr

Save the Sweetest Kiss for Me sung
George Cooper and Paul Prescott Save the Sweetest Kiss for Me instr

Save the Sweetest Kiss for Me sung
The Bonnie Blue Flag instr

The Bonnie Blue Flag sung
Harry McCarthy The Bonnie Blue Flag instr

The Bonnie Blue Flag sung
The Maid of the Mill instr

The Maid of the Mill sung
Hamilton Aide and Stephen Adams The Maid of the Mill instr

The Maid of the Mill sung
The Song for Me instr

The Song for Me sung
J. Enderssohn and Michael Watson The Song for Me instr

The Song for Me sung
'Tis All That I Can Say instr

'Tis All That I Can Say sung
Tom Hood and Hope Temple 'Tis All That I Can Say instr

'Tis All That I Can Say sung
Weep On, Weep On instr

Weep On, Weep On sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Song of Sorrow Weep On, Weep On instr

Weep On, Weep On sung
Alone in Crowds to Wander On instr

Alone in Crowds to Wander On sung
Thomas Moore, air: Shule Aroon Alone in Crowds to Wander On instr

Alone in Crowds to Wander On sung
As Vanquish'd Erin instr

As Vanquish'd Erin sung
Thomas Moore air: The Boyne Water As Vanquish'd Erin instr

As Vanquish'd Erin sung
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny instr

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny sung
James Bland Carry Me Back to Old Virginny instr

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny sung
De Boatmen's Dance instr

De Boatmen's Dance sung
Dan D, Smith De Boatmen's Dance instr

De Boatmen's Dance sung
English Chanty instr

English Chanty sung
Anonymous English Chanty instr

English Chanty sung
Do They Think of Me at Home instr

Do They Think of Me at Home sung

Do They Think of Me at Home sung ZE
J. E. Carpenter and Chas. W. Glover Do They Think of Me at Home instr

Do They Think of Me at Home sung

Do They Think of Me at Home sung ZE
Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded instr

Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded sung
Thomas Moore, air: Sly Patrick Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded instr

Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded sung
I’m a Pilgrim instr

I’m a Pilgrim sung
M. S. B. Schindler, air: Italian Melody I’m a Pilgrim instr

I’m a Pilgrim sung
Jingle, Bells instr

Jingle, Bells sung
Anonymous Jingle, Bells instr

Jingle, Bells sung
Let Me Dream Again instr

Let Me Dream Again sung
B. C. Stephenson and Arthur Sullivan Let Me Dream Again instr

Let Me Dream Again sung
My Gentle Harp Once More I Waken instr

My Gentle Harp Once More I Waken sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Coina or Dirge My Gentle Harp Once More I Waken instr

My Gentle Harp Once More I Waken sung
Oh! Could We do with this World of Ours instr

Oh! Could We do with this World of Ours sung
Thomas Moore, air: Basket of Oysters Oh! Could We do with this World of Ours instr

Oh! Could We do with this World of Ours sung
Pretty Baby instr

Pretty Baby sung
Gus Kahn, Tony Jackson and Egbert van Alstyne Pretty Baby instr

Pretty Baby sung
Silence is in Our Festal Halls instr

Silence is in Our Festal Halls sung
Thomas Moore, air: the Green woods of Truigha Silence is in Our Festal Halls instr

Silence is in Our Festal Halls sung
Sooner or Later instr

Sooner or Later sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Wm. M. Hutchison Sooner or Later instr

Sooner or Later sung
The Dawning of Morn instr

The Dawning of Morn sung
Thomas Moore, air: Stacca an Mharaga (the Market-Stake) The Dawning of Morn instr

The Dawning of Morn sung
The Mariner instr

The Mariner sung
Anonymous The Mariner instr

The Mariner sung
The Song of the Minutes instr

The Song of the Minutes sung
John Farmer The Song of the Minutes instr

The Song of the Minutes sung
'Tis not True instr

'Tis not True sung
Tito Mattei 'Tis not True instr

'Tis not True sung
White Sails in the Harbor instr

White Sails in the Harbor sung
J. P. Skelly White Sails in the Harbor instr

White Sails in the Harbor sung
America instr

America sung
National Hymn America instr

America sung
Break, Break, Break instr

Break, Break, Break sung
Alfred Tennyson and Wm. R. Dempster Break, Break, Break instr

Break, Break, Break sung
Come, All Ye Faithful instr

Come, All Ye Faithful sung
J. Reading Come, All Ye Faithful instr

Come, All Ye Faithful sung
Ehren on the Rhine instr

Ehren on the Rhine sung
Wm. M. Hutchison Ehren on the Rhine instr

Ehren on the Rhine sung
Good Bye to My Old Southern Home instr

Good Bye to My Old Southern Home sung
George Cooper and Clifford Cox Good Bye to My Old Southern Home instr

Good Bye to My Old Southern Home sung
I arise from Dreams of thee instr

I arise from Dreams of thee sung
Shelley and Charles Salaman I arise from Dreams of thee instr

I arise from Dreams of thee sung
Is that Mr Reilly instr

Is that Mr Reilly sung
Pat. Rooney Is that Mr Reilly instr

Is that Mr Reilly sung
Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl instr

Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl sung
Anonymous Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl instr

Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl sung
Marching Along instr

Marching Along sung
William B. Bradbury Marching Along instr

Marching Along sung
Never Again instr

Never Again sung
Adelaide Proctor and Frederic H. Cowen Never Again instr

Never Again sung
Oh! 'Tis Sweet to Think instr

Oh! 'Tis Sweet to Think sung
Thomas Moore, air: Thady, You Gander Oh! 'Tis Sweet to Think instr

Oh! 'Tis Sweet to Think sung
Phillis is my only Joy instr

Phillis is my only Joy sung
Sir Chas. Sedley and J. W. Hobbs Phillis is my only Joy instr

Phillis is my only Joy sung
She is Far From the Land instr

She is Far From the Land sung
Thomas Moore, air: Open the Door She is Far From the Land instr

She is Far From the Land sung
Song of Innisfail (They came from a Land Beyond the Sea) instr

Song of Innisfail (They came from a Land Beyond the Sea) sung
Thomas Moore, air: Peggy Bawn Song of Innisfail (They came from a Land Beyond the Sea) instr

Song of Innisfail (They came from a Land Beyond the Sea) sung
The Bells of London instr

The Bells of London sung
Anonymous The Bells of London instr

The Bells of London sung
The Hardy Norseman instr

The Hardy Norseman sung
Norse National Song The Hardy Norseman instr

The Hardy Norseman sung
The Old Love Story instr

The Old Love Story sung
Edwin Christie The Old Love Story instr

The Old Love Story sung
The Young May Moon instr

The Young May Moon sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Dandy O! The Young May Moon instr

The Young May Moon sung
Upidee instr

Upidee sung
Anonymous Upidee instr

Upidee sung
Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon instr

Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon sung
Anonymous Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon instr

Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon sung
And Doth not a Meeting Like This instr

And Doth not a Meeting Like This sung
Thomas Moore, air: Unknown And Doth not a Meeting Like This instr

And Doth not a Meeting Like This sung
Brother, Tell Me of the Battle instr

Brother, Tell Me of the Battle sung
Thomas Manahan and George F. Root Brother, Tell Me of the Battle instr

Brother, Tell Me of the Battle sung
Darby and Joan instr

Darby and Joan sung
F. E. Weatherly and J. L. Molloy Darby and Joan instr

Darby and Joan sung
Fading, Still Fading instr

Fading, Still Fading sung
Anonymous, Portuguese Melody Fading, Still Fading instr

Fading, Still Fading sung
Holy, Holy, Holy instr

Holy, Holy, Holy sung
R. Heber and J. B. Dykes Holy, Holy, Holy instr

Holy, Holy, Holy sung
I’ve a Secret to tell Thee instr

I’ve a Secret to tell Thee sung
Thomas Moore, air: Oh Southern Breeze I’ve a Secret to tell Thee instr

I’ve a Secret to tell Thee sung
Johnny Sands instr

Johnny Sands sung
John Sinclair Johnny Sands instr

Johnny Sands sung
Long Ago instr (2)

Long Ago sung (2)
Frank Musgrave Long Ago instr (2)

Long Ago sung (2)
My Beautiful Rose instr

My Beautiful Rose sung
Leonard Wheeler and H. P. Danks My Beautiful Rose instr

My Beautiful Rose sung
Oh The Shamrock instr

Oh The Shamrock sung
Thomas Moore, air: Alley Croker Oh The Shamrock instr

Oh The Shamrock sung
Over the Mountains, and Under the Sea instr

Over the Mountains, and Under the Sea sung
Percy's Reliques, 17th Century Tune Over the Mountains, and Under the Sea instr

Over the Mountains, and Under the Sea sung
Sally Come Up instr

Sally Come Up sung
T. M. Sewell, arrangement Sally Come Up instr

Sally Come Up sung
Song of the Battle-Eve instr

Song of the Battle-Eve sung
Thomas Moore, air: Cruiskeen Lawn Song of the Battle-Eve instr

Song of the Battle-Eve sung
The Bowld Sojer Boy instr

The Bowld Sojer Boy sung
Samuel Lover The Bowld Sojer Boy instr

The Bowld Sojer Boy sung
The Irish Peasant to his Mistress (Through Grief and Through Danger) instr

The Irish Peasant to his Mistress (Through Grief and Through Danger) sung
Thomas Moore, Air: I Once had a True Love The Irish Peasant to his Mistress (Through Grief and Through Danger) instr

The Irish Peasant to his Mistress (Through Grief and Through Danger) sung
The Rose of Alabama instr

The Rose of Alabama sung
S. S. Steele The Rose of Alabama instr

The Rose of Alabama sung
Tis Believed that this Harp instr

Tis Believed that this Harp sung
Thomas Moore, air: Gage Fane Tis Believed that this Harp instr

Tis Believed that this Harp sung
Will you no' come back again instr

Will you no' come back again instr
Caroline Baroness Nairne Will you no' come back again instr

Will you no' come back again instr
Adieu! ‘Tis Love’s Last Greeting instr

Adieu! ‘Tis Love’s Last Greeting sung
Schubert Adieu! ‘Tis Love’s Last Greeting instr

Adieu! ‘Tis Love’s Last Greeting sung
Bonnie instr

Bonnie Sung
Anonymous Bonnie instr

Bonnie Sung
Come, Rest in this Bosom instr

Come, Rest in this Bosom sung
Thomas Moore, air: Lough Sheeling Come, Rest in this Bosom instr

Come, Rest in this Bosom sung
Drink of this Cup instr

Drink of this Cup sung
Thomas Moore, air: Paddy O'Rafferty Drink of this Cup instr

Drink of this Cup sung
Good-night instr

Good-night sung
Anonymous Good-night instr

Good-night sung
I Wandered by the Sea Beat Shore instr

I Wandered by the Sea Beat Shore sung
J. W. Cherry I Wandered by the Sea Beat Shore instr

I Wandered by the Sea Beat Shore sung
Jordan Am a Hard Road to Trabbel instr

Jordan Am a Hard Road to Trabbel sung
T. F. Briggs Jordan Am a Hard Road to Trabbel instr

Jordan Am a Hard Road to Trabbel sung
Little Jack Horner instr

Little Jack Horner sung
Anonymous Little Jack Horner instr

Little Jack Horner sung
Mother’s Dead instr

Mother’s Dead sung
Charles DeKress; Mother’s Dead instr

Mother’s Dead sung
No, Never, No instr

No, Never, No sung
Written from memory by Edna Dean Proctor No, Never, No instr

No, Never, No sung
Oh, Ye Dead! instr

Oh, Ye Dead! sung
Thomas Moore, air: Plough Tune Oh, Ye Dead! instr

Oh, Ye Dead! sung
Retreat instr

Retreat sung
H. Stowell and T. Hastings Retreat instr

Retreat sung
Sing, Smile, Slumber instr

Sing, Smile, Slumber sung
Charles Gounod Sing, Smile, Slumber instr

Sing, Smile, Slumber sung
Sweet Hour of Prayer instr

Sweet Hour of Prayer sung
W. W. Walford and W. B. Bradbury Sweet Hour of Prayer instr

Sweet Hour of Prayer sung
The Blue Juniata instr

The Blue Juniata sung
Mrs. M. D. Sullivan The Blue Juniata instr

The Blue Juniata sung
The Hunt is Up instr.mp4

The Hunt is Up sung.mp4
Anonymous, Time of Henry VIII The Hunt is Up instr.mp4

The Hunt is Up sung.mp4
The Reign of the Roses instr

The Reign of the Roses sung
H. L. D'Arcy Jaxone and Caroline Lowthian The Reign of the Roses instr

The Reign of the Roses sung
To all you Ladies now on Land instr.mp4

To all you Ladies now on Land sung.mp4
Earl of Dorset, tune: The Merry Musician. To all you Ladies now on Land instr.mp4

To all you Ladies now on Land sung.mp4
Your Mission instr

Your Mission sung
Jessie R. Gates and S. M. Grannis Your Mission instr

Your Mission sung
Angelic Songs are Swelling instr

Angelic Songs are Swelling sung
Rev. F. W. Faber and J. M. Armstrong, arr. Angelic Songs are Swelling instr

Angelic Songs are Swelling sung
At the Mid Hour of Night instr

At the Mid Hour of Night sung
Thomas Moore, air: Molly My Dear At the Mid Hour of Night instr

At the Mid Hour of Night sung
Captain Jinks instr

Captain Jinks sung
Arranged by Charles E. Pratt Captain Jinks instr

Captain Jinks sung
Dixie instr

Dixie sung
Collin Coe and Dan Emmet Dixie instr

Dixie sung
Hoop de Dooden Do instr

Hoop de Dooden Do sung
A. Nish Hoop de Dooden Do instr

Hoop de Dooden Do sung
I’ve Left the Snow-Clad Hills instr

I’ve Left the Snow-Clad Hills sung
G. Linley I’ve Left the Snow-Clad Hills instr

I’ve Left the Snow-Clad Hills sung
Jamie’s on the Stormy Sea instr

Jamie’s on the Stormy Sea sung
Bernard Covert Jamie’s on the Stormy Sea instr

Jamie’s on the Stormy Sea sung
Lead, Kindly Light instr

Lead, Kindly Light sung
Cardinal Newman and J. B Dykes Lead, Kindly Light instr

Lead, Kindly Light sung
Lullaby (As sung in Fritz) instr

Lullaby (As sung in Fritz) sung
J. K. Emmet Lullaby (As sung in Fritz) instr

Lullaby (As sung in Fritz) sung
My Jesus, as Thou Wilt instr

My Jesus, as Thou Wilt sung
Schmolke, tr. Borthwick and Weber My Jesus, as Thou Wilt instr

My Jesus, as Thou Wilt sung
O Paradise instr

O Paradise sung
Rev. F. W. Faber and Joseph Barnby O Paradise instr

O Paradise sung
Old Rosin, the Beau instr

Old Rosin, the Beau sung
Anonymous Old Rosin, the Beau instr

Old Rosin, the Beau sung
Robin Adair instr

Robin Adair sung
Arranged: P. K. Moran Robin Adair instr

Robin Adair sung
Soldier’s Farewell instr

Soldier’s Farewell sung
J. Kinkel Soldier’s Farewell instr

Soldier’s Farewell sung
The Banks of Allan Water instr

The Banks of Allan Water sung
C. E. Horn The Banks of Allan Water instr

The Banks of Allan Water sung
The Girl I Left Behind Me instr

The Girl I Left Behind Me sung
Anonymous, Old Irish Air The Girl I Left Behind Me instr

The Girl I Left Behind Me sung
The Old Oaken Bucket instr

The Old Oaken Bucket sung
S. Woodworth, Scotch air The Old Oaken Bucket instr

The Old Oaken Bucket sung
They may Rail at this Life instr

They may Rail at this Life sung
Thomas Moore, air: Noch Bonin Shin Doe They may Rail at this Life instr

They may Rail at this Life sung
Waiting instr

Waiting sung
H Millard Waiting instr

Waiting sung
Why did they Dig Ma's Grave so Deep instr

Why did they Dig Ma's Grave so Deep sung
J. P. Skelly Why did they Dig Ma's Grave so Deep instr

Why did they Dig Ma's Grave so Deep sung
Arise, My Soul instr

Arise, My Soul sung
Charles Wesley and Lewis Edson Arise, My Soul instr

Arise, My Soul sung
Best of All instr

Best of All sung
Frank Moir Best of All instr

Best of All sung
Come, Ye Disconsolate instr

Come, Ye Disconsolate sung
Thomas Moore and Samuel Webbe Come, Ye Disconsolate instr

Come, Ye Disconsolate sung
Dream Song instr

Dream Song sung
Geo. Cooper and Franz von Suppe Dream Song instr

Dream Song sung
From this Hour the Pledge is Given instr

From this Hour the Pledge is Given sung
Thomas Moore, air: Renardine From this Hour the Pledge is Given instr

From this Hour the Pledge is Given sung
In Dreamland Far Away instr

In Dreamland Far Away sung
George Birdseye and H. P. Danks In Dreamland Far Away instr

In Dreamland Far Away sung
Let It Be Soon instr

Let It Be Soon sung
Clement Scott and F. Paolo Tosti Let It Be Soon instr

Let It Be Soon sung
John Brown’s Body instr

John Brown’s Body sung
H. H. Brownell, air: Old Plantation Song John Brown’s Body instr

John Brown’s Body sung
Marching Through Georgia instr

Marching Through Georgia sung
Henry C. Work Marching Through Georgia instr

Marching Through Georgia sung
My Mother dear instr

My Mother dear sung
S. Lover My Mother dear instr

My Mother dear sung
Oh! Arranmore, Loved Arranmore instr

Oh! Arranmore, Loved Arranmore sung
Thomas Moore, air: Killdroughalt Fair Oh! Arranmore, Loved Arranmore instr

Oh! Arranmore, Loved Arranmore sung
Our Native Song instr

Our Native Song sung
Methfessel Our Native Song instr

Our Native Song sung
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch instr

Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch sung
Anonymous Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch instr

Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch sung
Soft, Soft Music is Stealing instr

Soft, Soft Music is Stealing sung
Anonymous, German Melody Soft, Soft Music is Stealing instr

Soft, Soft Music is Stealing sung
Take Back the Heart instr

Take Back the Heart sung
Anonymous Take Back the Heart instr

Take Back the Heart sung
The Enchanted Isle instr

The Enchanted Isle sung
From Verdi's "Hernani" The Enchanted Isle instr

The Enchanted Isle sung
The Mountain Sprite instr

The Mountain Sprite sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Mountain Sprite The Mountain Sprite instr

The Mountain Sprite sung
The Three Jovial Huntsmen instr

The Three Jovial Huntsmen sung
Edwin Waugh and John Farmer The Three Jovial Huntsmen instr

The Three Jovial Huntsmen sung
Twinkle, Blinkle, Little Star instr

Twinkle, Blinkle, Little Star sung
George Cooper and J. P. Skelly Twinkle, Blinkle, Little Star instr

Twinkle, Blinkle, Little Star sung
Around the Camp-fire instr

Around the Camp-fire sung
Geo. M. Vickers and Adam Geibel Around the Camp-fire instr

Around the Camp-fire sung
Battle Hymn of the Republic instr

Battle Hymn of the Republic sung
Julia Ward Howe, Air: Old Plantation Melody Battle Hymn of the Republic instr

Battle Hymn of the Republic sung
Castanets are Sounding instr

Castanets are Sounding sung
Spanish "La Cachuca" Castanets are Sounding instr

Castanets are Sounding sung
David Singing before Saul instr

David Singing before Saul sung
Henry Farnie and Luigi Bordese David Singing before Saul instr

David Singing before Saul sung
Fair Harvard instr

Fair Harvard sung
Anonymous Fair Harvard instr

Fair Harvard sung
Gaudeamus Igitur (Latin) instr

Gaudeamus Igitur (Latin) sung
Anonymous Gaudeamus Igitur (Latin) instr

Gaudeamus Igitur (Latin) sung
I Never Knew Trixie and Jerry instr

I Never Knew Trixie and Jerry sung
Earl Carroll I Never Knew Trixie and Jerry instr

I Never Knew Trixie and Jerry sung
Italian National Hymn instr

Italian National Hymn sung
Anonymous Italian National Hymn instr

Italian National Hymn sung
Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart instr

Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart sung
The Gondoliers, arr: W. T. Francis. Song: Gianetta Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart instr

Kind Sir, You Cannot Have the Heart sung
Love’s Golden Dream instr

Love’s Golden Dream sung
Lindsay Lennox Love’s Golden Dream instr

Love’s Golden Dream sung
Mary, Mary instr

Mary, Mary sung
John Farmer Mary, Mary instr

Mary, Mary sung
My Moustache instr

My Moustache sung
Anonymous My Moustache instr

My Moustache sung
Oh! Had We Some Bright Little Isle instr

Oh! Had We Some Bright Little Isle sung
Thomas Moore, air: Sheela Na Guira Oh! Had We Some Bright Little Isle instr

Oh! Had We Some Bright Little Isle sung
Rest for the Weary instr

Rest for the Weary sung
S. Y. Harmer and Rev. J. W. Dadmun Rest for the Weary instr

Rest for the Weary sung
Sing – Sing – Music was Given instr

Sing – Sing – Music was Given sung
Thomas Moore, air: the Green woods of Truigha Sing – Sing – Music was Given instr

Sing – Sing – Music was Given sung
Stop that Knocking at the Door instr

Stop that Knocking at the Door sung
A. F. Winnemore Stop that Knocking at the Door instr

Stop that Knocking at the Door sung
The Dearest Spot on Earth instr

The Dearest Spot on Earth sung
W. T. Wrighton The Dearest Spot on Earth instr

The Dearest Spot on Earth sung
The Homeland instr

The Homeland sung
H. R. Haweis and A. S. Sullivan The Homeland instr

The Homeland sung
The Prayer Perfect instr

The Prayer Perfect sung
J. Whitcomb Riley, Eric R. Moss, and Charles Surrey The Prayer Perfect instr

The Prayer Perfect sung
The Young Recruit instr

The Young Recruit sung
George Linley and F. W. Kucken The Young Recruit instr

The Young Recruit sung
We be Three Poor Mariners instr

We be Three Poor Mariners sung
Deuteromelia 1609 We be Three Poor Mariners instr

We be Three Poor Mariners sung
Why Not To-Day instr

Why Not To-Day sung
John Muir and Edith Cooke Why Not To-Day instr

Why Not To-Day sung
Bonnie Dundee instr

Bonnie Dundee sung
Walter Scott Bonnie Dundee instr

Bonnie Dundee sung
Come, Thou Almighty King instr

Come, Thou Almighty King sung
C. Wesley and F. Giardini Come, Thou Almighty King instr

Come, Thou Almighty King sung
Gaudeamus Igitur (English) instr

Gaudeamus Igitur (English) sung
Anonymous Gaudeamus Igitur (English) instr

Gaudeamus Igitur (English) sung
Dutch National Song instr

Dutch National Song sung
Anonymous Dutch National Song instr

Dutch National Song sung
How So Fair instr

How So Fair sung
W. J. Wetmore and Flotow How So Fair instr

How So Fair sung
In Old Madrid instr

In Old Madrid sung
Clifton Bingham and H. Trotere In Old Madrid instr

In Old Madrid sung
Just a little Sunshine instr

Just a little Sunshine sung
Solomon and W. T. Francis Just a little Sunshine instr

Just a little Sunshine sung
Long, Long Ago instr

Long, Long Ago sung
T. H. Bayly Long, Long Ago instr

Long, Long Ago sung
Mary Had a Little Lamb instr

Mary Had a Little Lamb sung
Anonymous Mary Had a Little Lamb instr

Mary Had a Little Lamb sung
My Trundle Bed instr

My Trundle Bed sung
J. C. Baker My Trundle Bed instr

My Trundle Bed sung
Old Dan Tucker instr

Old Dan Tucker sung
Anonymous Old Dan Tucker instr

Old Dan Tucker sung
Pussy-cat High instr.mp4

Pussy-cat High sung.mp4
Anonymous Pussy-cat High instr.mp4

Pussy-cat High sung.mp4
Shall We Meet instr

Shall We Meet sung
H. L. Hastings and Elisha S. Rice Shall We Meet instr

Shall We Meet sung
Speed Away! Speed Away instr

Speed Away! Speed Away sung
I. B. Woodbury Speed Away! Speed Away instr

Speed Away! Speed Away sung
The Bridge instr

The Bridge sung
Longfellow and Miss M. Lindsay The Bridge instr

The Bridge sung
The Independent Farmer instr

The Independent Farmer instr
W.W. Fosdick and G. F. Root The Independent Farmer instr

The Independent Farmer instr
The Son of God Goes Forth to War instr

The Son of God Goes Forth to War sung
Bishop Heber and H. S. Cutler The Son of God Goes Forth to War instr

The Son of God Goes Forth to War sung
Tom-Big-Bee River instr

Tom-Big-Bee River sung
S. S. Steele Tom-Big-Bee River instr

Tom-Big-Bee River sung
Yankee Doodle instr

Yankee Doodle sung
Anonymous Yankee Doodle instr

Yankee Doodle sung
At Noontide instr

At Noontide sung
Mrs. Alexander Roberts and Lady Arthur Hill At Noontide instr

At Noontide sung
Bound for South Australia (capstan-chanty) instr

Bound for South Australia (capstan-chanty) sung
Anonymous Bound for South Australia (capstan-chanty) instr

Bound for South Australia (capstan-chanty) sung
Danish National Hymn instr

Danish National Hymn sung
Johannes Erald Danish National Hymn instr

Danish National Hymn sung
Forsaken instr

Forsaken sung
Koschat Forsaken instr

Forsaken sung
He Leadeth Me instr

He Leadeth Me sung
Rev. Joseph H. Gilmore and W. B. Bradbury He Leadeth Me instr

He Leadeth Me sung
Ill Omens (When Daylight was yet Sleeping) instr

Ill Omens (When Daylight was yet Sleeping) sung
Thomas Moore, Air: Kitty of Coleraine, or Paddy's Resource Ill Omens (When Daylight was yet Sleeping) instr

Ill Omens (When Daylight was yet Sleeping) sung
Just touch the Harp gently, my pretty Louise instr

Just touch the Harp gently, my pretty Louise sung
Samuel N. Mitchell and Charles Blamphin Just touch the Harp gently, my pretty Louise instr

Just touch the Harp gently, my pretty Louise sung
Lullaby (Erminie) instr

Lullaby (Erminie) sung
From Jakobowski's "Erminie" Lullaby (Erminie) instr

Lullaby (Erminie) sung
My Lady Greensleeves instr

My Lady Greensleeves sung
Anonymous. From before 1580 My Lady Greensleeves instr

My Lady Greensleeves sung
Oh! Where's the Slave instr

Oh! Where's the Slave sung
Thomas Moore, air: Sios Agus Sios Liom Oh! Where's the Slave instr

Oh! Where's the Slave sung
Rich and Rare Were the Gems She Wore instr

Rich and Rare Were the Gems She Wore sung
Thomas Moore, air: The Summer is Coming Rich and Rare Were the Gems She Wore instr

Rich and Rare Were the Gems She Wore sung
Softly Now the Light of Day instr

Softly Now the Light of Day sung
G. W. Doane and C. M. von Weber Softly Now the Light of Day instr

Softly Now the Light of Day sung
Tapping at the Garden Gate instr

Tapping at the Garden Gate sung
J. Loker and S. W. New Tapping at the Garden Gate instr

Tapping at the Garden Gate sung
The Kerry Dance instr

The Kerry Dance sung
J. L. Molloy The Kerry Dance instr

The Kerry Dance sung
The Little Fish instr

The Little Fish sung
Anonymous The Little Fish instr

The Little Fish sung
The Promised Land instr

The Promised Land sung
Anonymous The Promised Land instr

The Promised Land sung
Though Humble the Banquet instr

Though Humble the Banquet sung
Thomas Moore, air: Farewell, Eamon Though Humble the Banquet instr

Though Humble the Banquet sung
When Shall We Three Meet Again instr

When Shall We Three Meet Again sung
Anonymous When Shall We Three Meet Again instr

When Shall We Three Meet Again sung
A Little More Cider instr

A Little More Cider sung
A. Hart A Little More Cider instr

A Little More Cider sung
La Colombe (The Dove) instr

La Colombe (The Dove) sung
Engish Words: George Cooper, and Yradier La Colombe (The Dove) instr

La Colombe (The Dove) sung
Looby Light instr

Looby Light sung
Anonymous Looby Light instr

Looby Light sung
Missionary Hymn instr

Missionary Hymn sung
Bishop Heber and L. Mason Missionary Hymn instr

Missionary Hymn sung
My Faith Looks Up to Thee instr

My Faith Looks Up to Thee sung
Rev. Ray Palmer and Lowell Mason My Faith Looks Up to Thee instr

My Faith Looks Up to Thee sung
My Old Dog Tray instr

My Old Dog Tray instr
S. C. Foster My Old Dog Tray instr

My Old Dog Tray instr
Old Shady instr

Old Shady sung
B. R. Hanby Old Shady instr

Old Shady sung
Quick! We Have but a Second instr

Quick! We Have but a Second sung
Thomas Moore, air: Paddy Snap Quick! We Have but a Second instr

Quick! We Have but a Second sung
Raise Me, Jesus, To Thy Bosom instr

Raise Me, Jesus, To Thy Bosom sung
Geo. Birdseye and Wm. A. Huntley Raise Me, Jesus, To Thy Bosom instr

Raise Me, Jesus, To Thy Bosom sung
Sing, Sweet Harp, Oh Sing to Me instr

Sing, Sweet Harp, Oh Sing to Me sung
Thomas Moore, air: unknown Sing, Sweet Harp, Oh Sing to Me instr

Sing, Sweet Harp, Oh Sing to Me sung
Sweet By-and-By instr

Sweet By-and-By sung
Joseph P. Webster Sweet By-and-By instr

Sweet By-and-By sung
That is Love instr

That is Love sung
Arr. Karl Kerssen, Richard Saalfield That is Love instr

That is Love sung
The Convict Maid instr

The Convict Maid sung
Anonymous The Convict Maid instr

The Convict Maid sung
The Lone Fish-ball instr

The Lone Fish-ball sung
Anonymous The Lone Fish-ball instr

The Lone Fish-ball sung
The Old Cabin Home instr

The Old Cabin Home sung
Anonymous The Old Cabin Home instr

The Old Cabin Home sung
The Spring instr

The Spring sung
Dr. Hayes The Spring instr

The Spring sung
Van Dieman's Land instr

Van Dieman's Land sung
Anonymous Van Dieman's Land instr

Van Dieman's Land sung
When Johnny Comes Marching Home instr

When Johnny Comes Marching Home sung
Louis Lambert When Johnny Comes Marching Home instr

When Johnny Comes Marching Home sung
Auld Robin Gray instr

Auld Robin Gray sung
Anonymous Auld Robin Gray instr

Auld Robin Gray sung
Billy Barlow in Australia instr

Billy Barlow in Australia sung
Anonymous Billy Barlow in Australia instr

Billy Barlow in Australia sung
Camptown Races instr

Camptown Races sung
S. C. Foster Camptown Races instr

Camptown Races sung
Don't hurry instr

Don't hurry sung
Ada Leonora Harris and Wilfred Sanderson Don't hurry instr

Don't hurry sung
Gaily the Troubadour instr

Gaily the Troubadour sung
Thomas Haynes Bayley Gaily the Troubadour instr

Gaily the Troubadour sung
Here in the Calm of Night instr

Here in the Calm of Night sung
Lecocq Here in the Calm of Night instr

Here in the Calm of Night sung
In Sweet September instr

In Sweet September sung
F. E. Weatherly and Hope Temple In Sweet September instr

In Sweet September sung
Just Before the Battle, Mother instr

Just Before the Battle, Mother sung
G. F. Root Just Before the Battle, Mother instr

Just Before the Battle, Mother sung
Lulu is Our Darling Pride instr

Lulu is Our Darling Pride sung
Arr. by C. Jarvis Lulu is Our Darling Pride instr

Lulu is Our Darling Pride sung
My Last Cigar instr

My Last Cigar sung
Anonymous My Last Cigar instr

My Last Cigar sung
Old Hundred instr

Old Hundred sung
Rev. Isaac Watts and Goudimel Old Hundred instr

Old Hundred sung
Star of the Twilight instr

Star of the Twilight sung
L. O. Emerson Star of the Twilight instr

Star of the Twilight sung
The Bull-Dog instr

The Bull-Dog sung
Anonymous The Bull-Dog instr

The Bull-Dog sung
The Isle de France instr

The Isle de France sung
Anonymous The Isle de France instr

The Isle de France sung



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