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Songs and piano music by Ernest Walker, 1902-1937

MS. Mus. c. 93

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Bound volume of songs and piano music by Ernest Walker. 33 leaves. Contains:

  1. (fols. 1-2) 'The wind on the wold'. Words by W.E. Henley. 3 Sep 1902. [Published: London: Novello, 1951]
  2. (fols. 3-6) Three war songs from Tennyson's 'The Princess': 'Thy voice is heard thro' rolling drums'; 'Home they brought her warrior dead'; 'Our enemies have fall'n'. [1902]
  3. (fols. 7v-8r) 'My dearest love, since thou wilt go'. A dialogue betwixt himself and Mistress Elizabeth Wheeler, under the name of Amarillis. Words by Herrick. 15 Oct 1902
  4. (fols. 8v & 7r) 'You that wont to my pipes sound'. Duet for soprano and baritone. Words from an Elizabethan songbook. 23 Oct 1902
  5. (fols. 9-24) Two songs for soprano and orchestra: 1. 'Summer rain'; 2. 'Sleep song'. Words by Sydney Dobell. Op. 38. Oxford Festival, May 1926. Full score. [30 pages of music]
  6. (fol. 26) Christmas piece. For piano. [1932]. [Published: London: Augener, 1933]
  7. (fols. 27-28) 'A West African fantasietta', for pianoforte solo. [Published: London: Augener, 1935]
  8. (fols. 29-30) Study for the left hand, for piano. [Published: London: Augener, 1931]
  9. (fol. 31) Prelude for the left hand. For piano. 29 Sep 1934. [Published: London: Augener, 1935]
  10. (fols. 32-33) 'The brooklet'. Song by Edward Loder (1813-1865), arranged for pianoforte solo. [Published: London: Augener, 1937]


  • Creation: 1902-1937


1 volume

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Mus. c. 93