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MUSIC THEORY RESOURCES
 
The following files come from the publication 'Lessons in the Rudiments of Music' by Doctor Cuthbert Harris (1870 - 1932). Original copyright by Warren & Phillips 1921.
The following are the individual lessons detailed in 'Lessons in the Rudiments of Music'  
 
Lesson I, Lesson II, Lesson III, Lesson IV, Lesson V, Lesson VI, Lesson VII, Lesson VIII, Lesson IX, Lesson X, Lesson XI, Lesson XII, Lesson XIII, Lesson XIV, Lesson XV,
Lesson XVI, Lesson XVII.      
 
MUSIC LIBRARY
 
SONG TITLE INDEX
 
A.

All through the night  Welsh Traditional Edited by John Farmer (1835-1901) Cassell and Company first published 1890
 
Afton Water. Words: Burns. Music: Traditional. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) Published 1906 Boosey & Co. 

Amarilli, mia bella (medium low) Caccini English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer
 
A Swan (Ein Schwan). German words: W Henzen (1850-1910). English words: F Corder (1852-1932). Music: Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). Published: Leipzig C.F. Peters. (no date)  
 
B

Blow the wind southerly North Countrie Folk Songs Edition Curwen. Edited and arranged by W. Gillies Whittaker (1876-1944)
 
Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind.  Words: Shakespeare. Music: Dr Arne. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) Published 1906 Boosey & Co.  
 
Blue-Bells of Scotland (The). Words and music: Anonymous. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924). Published 1906 Boosey & Co.        
 
C

Caro mio ben (medium low) Giordani English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer

Comfort ye, my people / Ev'ry valley shall be exalted (Messiah)  G F Handel Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published by Novello
 
 
D

Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile (medium low) Francesco Durante english translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer
 
Deh, vieni alla finestra (Don Giovanni's Serenade). Music: W A Mozart. Words: Lorenzo da Ponte. Edited by: Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published 1898 Novello & Co ltd.
 
Drink to me only. Words: Ben Jonson. Music: Traditional. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924). Published 1906 Boosey & Co.   
 
E
 
Early one morning. Traditional. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published 1906 Boosey & Co.  

 
F
 
Fairest Isle. Words: Dryden. Music: Henry Purcell. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published 1906 Boosey & Co.
 
Fin ch'han dal vino (Don Giovanni's Champagne Aria). Music: W A Mozart. Words: Lorenzo da Ponte. Edited by: Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published: 1898 Novello & Co Ltd  
   
First Primrose (The). (Mit einer Primula veris). German words: W Henzen (1850-1910). English words: F Corder ( 1852-1932). Music: Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). Published: Leipzig, C F Peters (no date).
 
G
 
 
 

Hark, Hark, the Lark Schubert A Golden Treasury of Song. Boosey & Co 1906

He that dwelleth in Heaven / Thou shalt break them (Messiah) G F Handel. Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published by Novello

He was cut off out of the land of the living / But thou didst not leave His soul in hell (Messiah) G F Handel Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published by Novello
 
 
I
 
I attempt from Love's sickness to fly Ab.  Music: Henry Purcell. Arrangement: Ernest Reeves (? - 1942). Published Walsh Holmes & Co ltd 1927  
 
I'll sail upon the Dog Star. Words: Tom Durfey. Music: Henry Purcell. Arrangement: Edmondstoune Duncan (1866-1920). Published: Augener ltd (no copyright date)  
 
It was a lover and his lass. Words: Shakespeare. Music: Morley. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published 1906 Boosey& Co. 
 
J
 
 
K
 
 
L
 
 
M
 
Madamina (Leporello's catalogue aria). Music: W A Mozart. Words: Lorenzo da Ponte. Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published: 1898 Novello & Co ltd. 
 
Minstrel Boy (The). Words: Moore. Music: Traditional. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published 1906 Boosey & Co.  
 
N

Nel cor piu non mi sento (medium low) Paisiello English Translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer 

Nina (medium low) Attributed to Pergolesi English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer
 
 
O

O cessate di piagarmi (medium low) Alessandro Scarlatti  English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer

O loss of sight! / Total eclipse! (Samson) G F Handel. Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published by Novello

Ombra mai fu (Recit. Frondi tenere) (Serse) G F Handel Edited & arranged by W G Whittaker (1876-1944) English Translation by Albert G Latham (1864-1940) Oxford University Press 1929
 
 
P

Per la gloria d'adorarvi (medium low) Bononcini English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) Published by Schirmer
 
 
Q
 
 
R
 
Rising of the Lark (The). Welsh words: Ceiriog Hughes (1832-1887). English words: Maria X. Hayes Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published: 1906 Boosey & Co. 
 
Rule, Britannia! Music: Dr Arne 1740. Words: Thomson. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published: 1906 Boosey & Co. 
 
S

Se tu m'ami, se sospiri (medium low) Pergolesi English translation  Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer 

Sebben, crudele (medium low) Caldara English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer
 
She had a letter from her love. From Merrie England. Words Basil Hood ( 1864-1917) Music Edward German (1862-1936) Published by Chappell &Co 1902.
 
Sigh no more, Ladies. Words: Shakespeare. Music: R.J.S. Stevens. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published:1906 Boosey & Co. 
 
Silent Worship.  G F Handel. Arrangement: Arthur Somervell (1863-1937) Copyright 1928 Arthur Somervell. Published: J. Curwen & Sons.

 
Since first I saw your face. Music: Ford. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published: 1906 Boosey & Co. 
 
Solvejg's Song. German words: W Henzen (1850-1910). English words: F Corder (1852-1932). Music: Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). Published: Leipzig C.F.Peters. (no date)

Sound and Alarm (recit) My arms! against this Gorgias will I go (Judas Maccabaeus) G F Handel Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published by Novello
   
T

The Dream (I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls) M W Balfe. (Royal Edition of Operas Boosey and Hawkes)

The enemy said (Israel in Egypt) G F Handel Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911). Published by Novello

Thy rebuke hath broken His heart / Behold, and see if there be any sorrow (Messiah) G F Handel. Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911) Published by Novello 
 
Two brown eyes (Zwei braune Augen.) German words: W. Henzen (1850-1910). English words: F Corder (1852-1932). Music Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). Pub. Leipzig C.F. Peters.  
 
U
 
 
 
V

V'adoro, pupille (Giulio Cesare) G F Handel Handel's Opera Songs English Words M X Hayes Arranged by W T Best (1826-1897) Published Boosey & Co 1880

Vergin, tutto amor (medium low) Francesco Durante English translation Dr Theodore Baker (1851-1934) published by Schirmer 
 
 
 
W

Waft her, angels (recit. Deeper and deeper still) (Jeptha) G F Handel. Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911) Published by Novello

What shall I do to show how much I love her?  Purcell. A Golden Treasury of Song. Boosey & Co 1906
 
Where the Bee sucks. Words: Shakespeare. Music: Dr Arne. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published: 1906 Boosey & Co.

Where'er you walk (Semele) G F Handel Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911) Published by Novello

Why does the God of Israel sleep (recit. My grief for this) (Samson) G F Handel Edited by Alberto Randegger (1832-1911) published by Novello

Wiengenlied (Cradle Song) Brahms English Translation Claude Aveling (1869-1943)
 
 
X
 
 
 
 
Y

Ye verdant hills (from 'Susanna' ) G F Handel. A Golden Treasury of Song Boosey & Co published 1906
 
Ye Banks and Braes.  Words: Burns. Arrangement: Charles Villiers Stanford (1853-1924). Published: 1906 Boosey & Co.  
 
 
Z