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- List of available Works, by (Music) Composer/Arranger/Editor
and/or by Title or First Line

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by (Music) Composer/Arranger/Editor Name By Title or First Line
Ainger   Armstrong-Gibbs  
Bach J S   Bainton   Ballet   Bennett   Berkeley   Berlioz   Blott   Britten   Bruckner  
Carter(A)   Carter (S)   Charpentier   Chilcott   Cleobury   Cooke   Cornelius   Corp  
Darke   Davies (H Walford)  
Ebeling  
Franck   Fraser-Simson  
Gauntlett   Gibbs   Goss   Gruber  
Hadley   Handel   Harratt   Head   Holst   Howells   Humphris   Hurford  
I
Jacques   Joubert  
Kendrick   Kirkpatrick   Kocher   Kodaly  
Ledger   Leighton   Leuner   Llewellyn  
Mason   Mathias   Mendelssohn   Monteverdi  
N
Ord  
Palestrina   Pearsall   Percival   Pettman   Pierpont   Poston   Praetorius  
Q
Rachmaninoff   Ravenscroft   Rimsky-Korsakov   Rogers   Rusbridge   Rutter  
Sargent   Shaw G   Shaw M   Scheidt   Schein   Stainer   Stevens   Sullivan  
Tate   Tavener   Tchaikovsky   Terry   Thurlow   Trad   Trevor  
U
Vaughan Williams  
Wade   Walton   Warlock   Warrell   Wells   Willcocks   Williamson   Wishart   Wood   Woodward  



Ainger Mary's Child
Armstrong-Gibbs While the shepherds were watching
Bach (J S) Ah! Dearest Jesu
And there were shepherds
O little one sweet
With all Thy hosts
Zion hears the watchmen's voices
Bainton (F) A babe is born I wys
Ballet (William) Blessed be that Maid Marie (From his Lute book)
Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)
Bennett (Richard R) Out of your sleep
Susanni
What sweeter music
Berkeley (Lennox) I sing of a maiden
Berlioz (Hector) The shepherds' farewell
Blott The sycamore tree
Britten (Benjamin) A New Year carol
A boy was born
There is no rose
Bruckner (Anton) Locus iste
Carter (A) A maiden most gentle
Carter (S) Lord of the Dance
Charpentier (M A) Salve puerule
Chilcott (M A) The twelve days of Christmas
Cleobury (Stephen) Joys seven
Cooke (Arnold) O men from the fields
Cornelius (Peter) The three kings
Corp (Ronald) Susanni - A little child there is yborn
Darke (Harold) In the bleak midwinter
Davies (H Walford) O little town of Bethlehem (short version)
O little town of Bethlehem (Davies: extended version)
The holly and the ivy
Ebeling (Johann Georg) All my heart this night rejoices
Franck (Cesar) Panis Angelis
Fraser-Simson (H) Joy shall be yours in the morning
Gauntlett (Henry J) Once in royal David's city
Once in royal David's city (with Wells last verse)
Once in royal David's city (with Willcocks last verse)
Ye Choirs of new Jerusalem (with Willcocks last verse)
Gibbs (Douglas) A Christmas vesper
Born was a boy
By-by lullay
Cantate omnes hodie
Carol gently carol
I heard a maiden softly sing
I saw three ships
Jesu dulcis
Joyous day
The apple tree
They watched that night
'Twas in a lowly stable
Wassail, wassail all over the town
Goss (John) See amid the winter's snow (arr. Willcocks)
Gruber (Franz) Silent night (Willcocks 1)
Silent night (Willcocks 2)
Silent night/Stille nacht (Cashmore)
Silent night/Stille nacht (Humphris)
Hadley (Patrick) I sing of a maiden
Handel-ish Joy to the world
Harratt (?) Away in a manger
Head (Michael) The little road to Bethlehem
Holst (Gustav) In the bleak midwinter
Lullay my liking
Personent Hodie
Turn back, O man
Howells (Herbert) A spotless Rose
Tryste noel
Humphris (Ian) Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child)
I saw three ships
Noel, sing Noel
Sans day carol
The Yorkshire wassail (Wassail: we've been awhile a-wandering)
The twelve days of Christmas
Hurford (Peter) Sunny bank
Jacques (Reginald) Angels from the realms of glory
Away in a manger
Good King Wenceslas
I saw three ships
Patapan
Rejoice and be merry (Gallery Carol)
The holly and the ivy
The Linden Tree carol
When Christ was born
Joubert (John) There is no rose of such virtue
Torches, torches!
Kendrick (Graham) Like a candle flame (The candle song)
Kirkpatrick (William) Away in a manger
Kocher (Konrad) As with gladness men of old
Kodaly (Zoltan) A Christmas carol
Ledger (Philip) Still, still, still
Leighton (Kenneth) Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child)
Leuner (Karl) The shepherds' cradle song (arr. MacPherson)
Llewellyn (William) A Somerset carol
Away in a manger
God rest you merry, Gentlemen
Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn)
Hush you, my baby
Il est ne, le divin enfant
In the bleak midwinter
I saw three ships
Joy to the world
King Jesus hath a garden
London waits (Past 3 o'clock)
O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis)
Puer nobis (Unto us is born a son)
The Angel Gabriel
The holly and the ivy
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing
Mason (Lowell) Joy to the world (arr. Rutter)
Mathias (William) A babe is born
Sir Christemas
Mendelssohn (Franz ) Hark! The herald angels sing (arr. Cummings)
Hark! The herald angels sing (arr. Llewellyn)
Hark! The herald angels sing (with Willocks descant)
Monteverdi (Claudio) Christe, Redemptor omnium
Ord (Boris) Adam lay ybounden
Palestrina Matins Responses
Pearsall (Robert) In dulci jubilo (SATB: edit. Westbrook)
In dulci jubilo (SATB/SATB; Jacques?)
Percival (Allen) Longfellow's carol
Pettman (Edgar) I saw a maiden
The Angel Gabriel (Pettman/Willcocks?)
Pierpont (J) Jingle, bells
Poston (Elizabeth) Jesus Christ the apple tree
The boar's head carol
Praetorius A great and mighty wonder
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth
Lo, how a Rose is blooming
Omnis mundus jocundetur (Earth this glad day rejoices)
Psallite unigenite
Rachmaninoff (Sergei) Slava
Ravenscroft (T) While shepherds watched their flocks (Ravenscroft alternative)
Rimsky-Korsakov (Nikolai) The Lord's Prayer
Rogers (Timothy) O Queen of heaven
Rusbridge (Rosalind) Infant holy, infant lowly (words: Reed)
Rutter (John) Angel tidings
Child in a manger
Christmas Lullaby
Christmas night
Cradle song
Donkey Carol
Down in yon forest
Flemish carol
Here we come a-wassailing
Here we come a-wassailing (2nd version)
Il est ne, le divin enfant
In dulci jubilo
I saw three ships
I wonder as I wander
Jesus child
King Jesus hath a garden
Mary's lullaby
Nativity carol
Noel nouvelet (Nowell, sing Nowell)
Past three a clock
Quem pastores laudavere (Shepherds left their flocks a-straying)
Quittez, pasteurs (Come leave your sheep)
Rise up, shepherd, and follow
Sans day carol
Shepherd's pipe carol
Star carol
There is a flower
The twelve days of Christmas
Wexford Carol
Sargent (Malcolm) Zither carol
Shaw (Geoffrey) Lute-book lullaby
Shaw (Martin) Coventry carol
Scheidt (Samuel) A child is born in Bethlehem (ed. Willcocks)
Schein (J H) A babe is born in Bethlehem
Stainer (John) Nowell, nowell (The first Nowell) (last verse Llewellyn)
Stevens (John) There is no rose
Sing we to this merry company
Sullivan (Arthur) It came upon the midnight clear
Tate (Phyllis) Carol, with lullaby
Tavener (John) The Lamb
Tchaikovsky (P I) The crown of roses
Terry (Richard R) I sing of a Mayden
Myn lyking (Lullay, lullay)
Thurlow (Jeremy) Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)
Trad (arr. ??) The boar's head Carol
Coventry Carol
Sussex carol
While shepherds watched their flocks
While shepherds watched their flocks (Ravenscroft alternative)
Trevor (C H) The angels and the shepherds
Vaughan Williams (Ralph) All in the morning
No sad thought His soul affright
O little town of Bethlehem
The blessed son of God
The truth from above
We've been awhile a-wandering
Gloucestershire wassail (Wassail all over the town)
Wassail song (Wassail all over the town)
Wade (J F) O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis)
Walton (William) All this time
King Herod and the cock
What cheer?
Warlock (Peter) Adam lay ybounden
Warrell (Arthur) (I wish you) A merry Christmas
Wells (Robin) A babe is born (1)
A Gallery Carol (Rejoice and be merry)
Fum, fum, fum
I sing of a maiden
Sir Christemas
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?
Willcocks (David) A Child this day is born
Angelus as Virginem (Gabriel to Mary came)
Bethlehem, of noblest cities (Earth has many a noble city)
Birthday Carol
Blessed be that Maid Mary
Come all you worthy gentlemen
Christ was born on Christmas day
Deck the hall
Deck the hall (version 2)
Ding dong! merrily on high
Gabriel's message
Gabriel's message (simpler version)
God rest you merry, gentlemen
Good King Wenceslas
Hark! The herald angels sing (with Willocks descant)
He smiles within his cradle
How far is it to Bethlehem?
Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber
Il est ne, le divin enfant
Infant holy, infant lowly
I saw three ships
It came upon the midnight clear
Kings of Orient
Lo! He comes with clouds descending
Masters in this hall
O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis)
O come, O come, Emannuel
Of the Father's heart begotten
Quelle est cette odeur agreable? (Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?)
Resonemus laudibus
Rocking
Shepherds, in the field abiding
Sussex carol (On Christmas night)
The boar's head carol
The cherry tree carol
The first Nowell
The infant King (Sing lullaby)
The Lord at first did Adam make
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Unto us a Son is born (Puer nobis)
While shepherds watched their flocks
What child is this?
Williamson (Malcolm) This Christmas Night
Wishart (Peter) Alleluya, a new work is come on hand
Wood (Charles) A virgin most pure
Ding dong! Merrily on high
Hail! Blessed Virgin Mary
King Jesus hath a garden
Once, as I remember
Past three a clock (London waits)
This joyful Eastertide
Woodward (G R Come, rock the cradle for him
Up! Good Christen folk, and listen
A babe is born (Mathias)
A babe is born (1) (Wells)
A babe is born in Bethlehem (Schein)
A babe is born I wys (Bainton)
A boy was born (Britten)
A child is born in Bethlehem (Scheidt ed. Willcocks)
A Child this day is born (Willcocks)
A Christmas carol (Kodaly)
A Christmas vesper (Gibbs)
Adam lay ybounden (Ord)
Adam lay ybounden (Warlock)
Ah! Dearest Jesu (Bach)
A Gallery Carol (Rejoice and be merry) (Wells)
A great and mighty wonder (Praetorius)
A little child there is yborn - Susanni (Corp)
All in the morning (Vaughan Williams)
All my heart this night rejoices (Ebeling)
All this time (Walton)
Alleluya, a new work is come on hand (Wishart)
A maiden most gentle (Carter)
(I wish you) A merry Christmas (arr. Warrel)
And there were shepherds (Bach)
A New Year carol (Britten)
Angels from the realms of glory (Jacques)
Angel tidings (Rutter)
Angelus as Virginem (Gabriel to Mary came) (Willcocks)
A Somerset carol (Llewellyn)
A spotless Rose (Howells)
As with gladness men of old (Kocher/Willcocks)
A virgin most pure (Trad/Wood)
Away in a manger (Harratt)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Trad, arr. Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Kirkpatrick, arr. Willcocks)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Mendelssohn/Llewellyn)


Bethlehem, of noblest cities (Earth has many a noble city) (Willcocks)
Birthday Carol (Willcocks)
Blessed be that Maid Mary (Trad/Willcocks)
Blessed be that Maid Marie (Ballet: From his Lute book)
Born was a boy (Gibbs)
By-by lullay (Gibbs)


Cantate omnes hodie (Gibbs)
Carol gently carol (Gibbs)
Carol, with lullaby (Tate)
Child in a manger (Rutter)
Christe, Redemptor omnium (Monteverdi)
Christmas Lullaby (Rutter)
Christmas night (Rutter)
Christ was born on Christmas day (Willcocks)
Come leave your sheep (Quittez, pasteurs) (Rutter)
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth (Praetorius/Willcocks)
Come all you worthy gentlemen (Willcocks)
Come, rock the cradle for him (Woodward)
Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child) (Humphris)
Coventry Carol (Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child)(Leighton)
Coventry carol (Shaw M)
Coventry Carol (Traditional)
Cradle song (Rutter)


Deck the hall (Willcocks)
Deck the hall (version 2) (Willcocks)
Ding dong! Merrily on high (Willcocks)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Wood)
Donkey Carol (Rutter)
Down in yon forest (Rutter)


Earth has many a noble city (Bethlehem, of noblest cities) (Willcocks)


Flemish carol (Rutter)
Fum, fum, fum (Llewellyn)


Gabriel's message (Willcocks)
Gabriel's message (Simpler version) (Willcocks)
Gabriel to Mary came (Angelus as Virginem) (Willcocks)
God rest you merry, Gentlemen (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
Good King Wenceslas (Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willocks)
Gloucestershire wassail (Wassail all over the town) (Vaughan Williams)


Hail! Blessed Virgin Mary (Wood)
Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn/Cummings)
Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn/Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Mendelssohn/Willocks descant)
Here we come a-wassailing (Rutter)
Here we come a-wassailing (2nd version) (Rutter)
He smiles within his cradle (Willcocks)
How far is it to Bethlehem? (Willcocks)
Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber (Willcocks)
Hush you, my baby (Llewellyn)


Il est ne, le divin enfant (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
In dulci jubilo (SATB/SATB; Jacques/Pearsall)
. . . . . . . . . . . (SSATB: edit. Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . (SATB: edit. Westbrook)
Infant holy, infant lowly (Rusbridge/Reed)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
In the bleak midwinter (Darke)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Holst)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
I heard a maiden softly sing (Gibbs)
I saw a maiden (Trad/Pettman)
I saw three ships (Gibbs)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Humphris)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
I sing of a maiden (Berkeley)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Hadley)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Wells)
I sing of a Mayden (Terry)
It came upon the midnight clear (Sullivan)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Sullivan/Willcocks)
I wonder as I wander (Rutter)


Jesu dulcis (Gibbs)
Jesus child (Rutter)
Jesus Christ the apple tree (Poston)
Jingle, bells (Pierpont/Willcocks)
Joyous day (Gibbs)
Joys seven (Cleobury)
Joy shall be yours in the morning (Fraser-Simson)
Joy to the world (Handel-ish)
. . . . . . . . . . . . (ditto/Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . (Mason/Rutter)


King Herod and the cock
King Jesus hath a garden (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Dutch Trad/Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Dutch Trad/Wood)
Kings of Orient (Hopkins/Willcocks)


Like a candle flame (The candle song) (Kendrick)
Locus iste (Bruckner)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Willcocks)
Lo, how a Rose is blooming (Praetorius)
London waits (Past 3 o'clock) (Llewellyn)
Longfellow's carol (Percival)
Lord of the Dance (Carter S)
Lullay my liking (Holst)
Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)(Ballet/Shaw)
Lute-book lullaby (Sweet was the song)(Thurlow)


Mary's Child (Ainger)
Mary's lullaby (Rutter)
Masters in this hall (Willcocks)
Matins Responses (Palestrina)
Myn lyking (Lullay, lullay) (Terry)


Nativity carol (Rutter)
Noel nouvelet (Nowell, sing Nowell) (Trad/Rutter)
Noel, sing Noel (Trad, arranged Humphris)
No sad thought His soul affright (Vaughan Wiiliams)
Nowell, nowell (The first Nowell) (last verse Llewellyn)


O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fidelis) (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Wade)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
O come, O come, Emannuel (Willcocks)
Of the Father's heart begotten (Willcocks)
O little one sweet (Bach)
O little town of Bethlehem (arr. V Williams, Armstrong)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Davies: short version)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Davies: extended version)
O men from the fields (Cooke)
Omnis mundus jocundetur (Earth this glad day rejoices) (Praetorius)
Once, as I remember (Wood)
On Christmas night (Sussex carol) (Willcocks)
Once in royal David's city (Gauntlet/Mann)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Gauntlett) (with Wells last verse)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Gauntlett/Mann) (with Willcocks last verse)
O Queen of heaven (Rogers)
Out of your sleep (Bennett)


Panis Angelis (Franck)
Past three a clock (Rutter)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . (London waits) (Wood)
Patapan (Jacques)
Personent Hodie (Holst)
Psallite unigenite (Praetorius)
Puer nobis (Unto us is born a son) (Llewellyn)


Quelle est cette odeur agreable? (Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?) (Willcocks)
Quem pastores laudavere (Shepherds left their flocks a-straying) (Rutter)
Quittez, pasteurs (Come leave your sheep) (Rutter)


Rejoice and be merry (A Gallery Carol) (Wells)
Rejoice and be merry (Gallery Carol) (Jacques)
Resonemus laudibus (Willcocks)
Rise up, shepherd, and follow (Rutter)
Rocking (Willcocks)


Salve puerule (Charpentier)
Sans day carol (Humphris)
. . . . . . . . . . . (Trad/Rutter)
See amid the winter's snow (Goss/Willcocks)
Shepherds, in the field abiding (Willcocks)
Shepherds left their flocks a-straying (Quem pastores laudavere) (Rutter)
Shepherd's pipe carol (Rutter)
Silent night (Willcocks 1)
. . . . . . . . . (Willcocks 2)
Silent night/Stille nacht (Cashmore)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Humphris)
Sing we to this merry company (Stevens)
Sir Christemas (Mathias)
Sir Christemas (Wells)
Slava (Rachmaninoff)
Star carol (Rutter)
Still, still, still (Ledger)
Sunny bank (Hurford)
Susanni (Bennett)
Susanni - A little child there is yborn (Corp)
Sussex carol (Willcocks)
. . . . . . . . . . (Trad; arr. ??)


The Angel Gabriel (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Pettman/Willcocks?)
The angels and the shepherds (Trevor)
The apple tree (Gibbs)
The blessed son of God (Vaughan Williams)
The boar's head carol (Poston)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Trad)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
The cherry tree carol (Willcocks)
The crown of roses (Tchaikovsky)
The first Nowell (Willcocks)
The first Nowell (Nowell, nowell) (Stainer: last verse Llewellyn)
The holly and the ivy (Jacques)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (H Walford Davies)
The infant King (Sing lullaby) (Willcocks)
The Lamb (Tavener)
The Linden Tree carol (Jacques)
The little road to Bethlehem (Head)
The Lord at first did Adam make (Willcocks)
The Lord's Prayer
There is a flower (Rutter)
There is no rose Britten)
. . . . . . . . . . . . (Stevens)
There is no rose of such virtue (Joubert)
The sycamore tree (Blott)
The shepherds' cradle song (Leuner)
The shepherds' farewell (Berlioz)
The three kings (Cornelius/Atkins)
The truth from above (Vaughan Williams)
The twelve days of Christmas (Chilcott)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Humphris)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rutter)
The Yorkshire wassail (Wassail: we've been awhile a-wandering) (Humphris)
They watched that night (Gibbs)
This Christmas Night (Williamson)
This joyful Eastertide (Wood)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (Trad/Willcocks)
Torches, torches! (Joubert)
Tryste noel (Howells)
Turn back, O man (Holst)
'Twas in a lowly stable (Gibbs)


Unto us is born a son (Puer nobis) (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willcocks)
Up! Good Christen folk, and listen (Piae Cant/Woodward)

V

Wassail song (Wassail all over the town) (Vaughan Williams)
Wassail, wassail all over the town (Gibbs)
Wassail: we've been awhile a-wandering (The Yorkshire wassail) (Humphris)
We've been awhile a-wandering (Vaughan Williams)
Wexford Carol (Rutter)
What cheer? (Walton)
What child is this? (Willcocks)
What sweeter music (Bennett)
When Christ was born (Jacques)
Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing (Llewellyn)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . (Wells)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . (Quelle est cette odeur agreable?) (Willcocks)
While shepherds watched their flocks (Basic Trad version)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Willocks last verse descant)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Ravenscroft alternative)
While the shepherds were watching (Armstrong-Gibbs)
With all Thy hosts (Bach)

X

Ye Choirs of new Jerusalem (Gauntlet, with Willcocks last verse)

Zion hears the watchmen's voices (Bach/Rutter)
Zither carol (Malcolm Sargent)



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