Martin Shaw (composer) - List of Works - Songs

Songs

1898–1904

  • 1898 Berceuse (Diana Gardiner) – The Dome.
  • 1899 The Song of the Palanquin Bearers (Sarojini Naidu) – The Page
  • 1902 The Land of Heart's Desire (WB Yeats)Curwen
  • 1903 E'en as a lovely Flower (Heine) – The Page
  • 1904 Hymn To Diana (Ben Jonson) – Novello
  • 1904 Over the Mountains (traditional) – Novello
  • 1904 The Jolly Shepherd (John Wootton)Joseph Williams
  • 1904 The Fairies Escape – Joseph Williams
  • 1904 Weep you no More Sad Fountains – Joseph Williams

1913–1920

  • 1913 England, My England (W.E. Henley) – Boosey
  • 1914 6 Songs of War published by Humphrey Milford at Oxford University Press (OUP) 1: Battle song of the Fleet at Sea (Stella Callaghan) 2: Called Up (Dudley Clark) 3: England for Flanders (C.W. Brodribb) 4: Erin United (C.W. Brodribb) 5: Carillons (tr. From the French by D. Bonnard) 6: Venizel (W.A.Short)
  • 1914 The Cavalier's Escape (W Thornbury) – Stainer and Bell
  • 1914 Song of the Callicles (Matthew Arnold) 3 part song for female voices – Joseph Williams
  • 1914 Conrad Suck-a-Thumb – in Geoffrey Shaw's Struwelpeter – Curwen
  • 1915 God Save the King with Faux Bourdon – Curwen
  • 1915 Cuckoo (traditional, 2nd verse by MS) – Curwen
  • 1915 Song: Clare's Brigade (Stephen Gwynn) – Humprey Milford at OUP
  • 1915 Four Pastoral Songs for Soprano and Contralto – Curwen 1: County Guy 2: Lubin 3: Sylvia Sleeps 4: Sylvia Wakes
  • 1916 A Christmas Song (Eugene Field) – Evans
  • 1916 Ships of Yule – Evans
  • 1917 Lullaby (Christina Rossetti) – Curwen
  • 1917 Under the Greenwood Tree – Curwen
  • 1917 Sigh No More Ladies (Shakespeare) – Curwen
  • 1917 Trip and Go (traditional) – Curwen
  • 1917 Orange and Green (arr. Of AP Graves words to Lillibulero) – Curwen
  • 1917 Six Songs published by Curwen: 1: Bird or Beast (Christina Rossetti) 2: Easter Carol (Christina Rossetti) 3: The Land of Heart's Desire (Yeats) 4: Over the Sea (Christina Rossetti) 5: not currently known 6: Summer (Christina Rossetti)
  • 1917 Song of the Palanquin Bearers republished - Curwen
  • 1917 Lied der Sånftentrager – Universal Edition
  • 1918 Serenade (Diana Gardner) – Curwen
  • 1918 Two Songs from Alice in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll) – (Evans: 3rd Bk of the School Concert) 1:You are Old Father William 2: Will You Walk a Little Faster
  • 1918 The Bird of God (Kingsley) – Arnold
  • 1918 The Frogge and the Mouse (Deuteromelia) – Curwen
  • 1919 Bab-lock-Hythe (Laurence Binyon) – Curwen
  • 1919 Brookland Road (Rudyard Kipling) – Curwen
  • 1919 Child of the Flowing Tide (Geoffrey Dearmer) – Chappell
  • 1919 Down by the Salley Gardens (W.B. Yeats) – Curwen
  • 1919 Heffle Cuckoo Fair (Rudyard Kipling) – Curwen
  • 1919 Love Pagan (Arthur Shirley Cripps) - Curwen
  • 1919 Old Mother Laidinwool (Rudyard Kipling) – Curwen
  • 1919 Pity Poor Fighting Men (Rudyard Kipling) – Curwen
  • 1919 Refrain (Arthur Shirley Cripps) – Rogers
  • 1919 Stave of Roving Tim (George Meredith) - Curwen
  • 1919 The Egg Shell (Rudyard Kipling) – Curwen
  • 1919 The Bubble Song (Mabel Dearmer) – Chappell
  • 1920 The Knights Song (Lyon) – Enoch
  • 1920 Love me, I love you (Christina Rossetti) – Curwen
  • 1920 Charity (Christina Rossetti) – Curwen
  • 1920 Lullaby (Christina Rossetti) – Curwen
  • 1920 The Ferryman (Christina Rossetti) – Curwen
  • 1920 Up the Airy Mountains (William Allingham) – Augener; Edward Arnold
  • 1920 Invictus (W.E. Henley) – Curwen
  • 1920 O Falmouth is a Fine Town (W.E. Henley) – Curwen

1921–1930

  • 1921 Annabel Lee (Edgar Allan Poe)Cramer
  • 1921 When Daisies Pied (Shakespeare) – Curwen
  • 1922 At Columbine's Grave (Bliss Carmen) – Cramer
  • 1922 Blow, Blow thou Winter Wind (Shakespeare) – Edward Arnold
  • 1922 Butterflies (Mabel Dearmer) – Curwen
  • 1922 Crockle and Quackle (Darnley)
  • 1922 Full Fathom Five (Shakespeare) – Cramer
  • 1922 I know a Bank (Shakespeare) – Cramer
  • 1922 Old Clothes and Fine Clothes (John Pride) – Cramer
  • 1922 The Cockyolly Song (Mabel Dearmer) – Curwen
  • 1922 The Merry Wanderer (Shakespeare) - Cramer
  • 1922 Two songs of Spring – Boosey: 1:Through Softly Falling Rain (Sybil M.Ruegg) 2: The Herald (Geoffrey Dearmer)
  • 1923 I Cannot eat but little Meat (arr. For TTBB) – Curwen
  • 1923 I Know a Bank (Shakespeare) – Cramer
  • 1923 London Town (John Masefield) – Cramer
  • 1923 Over Hill Over Dale (Shakespeare) – Cramer
  • 1923 Peaceful Slumb'ring (Cobbe) – Curwen
  • 1923 Ships of Yule (Eugene Field) – Curwen
  • 1923 The Grand Panjandrum – Novello
  • 1923 The Little Vagabond (William Blake, cover illustration by Paul Nash) – Cramer
  • 1923 Tides (John Pride) – Cramer
  • 1923 Two Nursery Rhymes - Evans Bros
  • 1924 The Dip (Judge Parry) - Cramer
  • 1924 Wood Magic (John Buchan) – Cramer
  • 1924 Glad Hearts Adventuring (Macdonald), the Girl Guide Anthem – Cramer
  • 1924 Cargoes (John Masefield) unison 1st published in 'Music and Youth', (2/- song) – Cramer
  • 1924 Two Water Songs – Cramer 1: The Little Waves of Breffney (Eva Gore-Booth) 2: The Rivulet (L. Larcom)
  • 1924 I know a Bank (Shakespeare) – Cramer
  • 1925 Old Clothes and Fine Clothes (John Pride) – Braille
  • 1925 The Conjuration (from the Chinese poem of Hung-So-Fan) 2 keys – Cramer
  • 1925 The Caravan (W.B. Rands) – Cramer
  • 1925 The Pioneers (Walt Whitman) unison song – Cramer
  • 1926 Bridgwater Charter Song (Bruce Dilks) – Cramer
  • 1926 March (L. Larcom) – OUP
  • 1926 May Merry Time (Darley) 2pt song – OUP
  • 1926 Song & Mime: The Mummers (Eleanor Farjeon) unison – Evans Bros.
  • 1926 Trees (E. Nesbit) – Cramer
  • 1927 Avona (DB Knox) – Cramer
  • 1927 Budmouth Dears (Thomas Hardy) – Curwen
  • 1927 Gather up your Litter (Eleanor Farjeon) – Cramer
  • 1927 Ladybird (Mrs Montgomery) – Cramer
  • 1927 Lament: Johnny Braidislee from Ionica – Cramer
  • 1927 Little Trotty Wagtail (John Clare) – Cramer
  • 1927 Over the Sea with a Soldier (Harold Boulton) – Cramer
  • 1927 St George's Day (arr. D.J. Clarke, words Geoffrey Dearmer) – Cramer
  • 1927 The Accursed Wood (Harold Boulton) – Cramer
  • 1927 Up Tails All (Kenneth Grahame) – Cramer
  • 1927 The Mountain and the Squirrel (Emerson) – Cramer
  • 1928 Service (words selected by Rudyard Kipling) – Cramer
  • 1929 Song of the Music Makers (Rodney Bennett) Music and Youth (Jan) – Cramer
  • 1929 Two Shakespeare Songs: - Cramer 1: Come Away Death 2: When that I was
  • 1929 Sea Roads (Harold Boulton) – Boosey and Hawkes
  • 1930 Songs: New Singing Games (Cobbold) – Cramer 1: White Owl 2: Flower Game 3: Naughty Children 4: Walking Down the Lane
  • 1930 O Land of Britain (Stuart Wilson) – Cramer
  • 1930 To Sea (Beddoes) – Cramer
  • 1930 The World's Delight – Cramer
  • 1930 Working Together (Percy Dearmer) – Cramer

1931 – 1940

  • 1931 In Liverpool Where I was Bred (John Masefield) from the Cantata - Cramer
  • 1931 No (Thomas Hood) – Cramer
  • 1931 Three Calendar Songs for Children – Novello 1: 30 Days Hath September
  • 1931 Wood Fires – Cramer
  • 1932 6 Songs (Eleanor Farjeon) – Cramer 1: Argus 2: Caesar 3: Hannibal 4: Leonidas 5: Romulus and Remus 6 : Queen Dido
  • 1932 Perilious Ways (Mordaunt Currie) – Cramer
  • 1933 Marketing Day (Derek McCulloch) – Novello
  • 1933 The Melodies You Sing (Clifford Bax) – Cramer
  • 1933 The Wind and the Sea (Clifford Bax) – Cramer
  • 1935 Garden Flowers (Mary Howitt) – Child Education; Evans Bros
  • 1936 A Chant for England (Helen Gray Cone) – Cramer
  • 1936 Two Cherry Songs – Cramer
  • 1936 The Day's End – Cramer
  • 1936 Would it were So (Elizabeth Wordsworth) – Novello
  • 1937 Song: An Airman's Te Deum (F. McN. Foster) – Curwen
  • 1938 Come away, Death (Shakespeare) – Novello
  • 1939 Choir Songs: Thursday's Child (Christopher Fry) – Cramer 1: A Song of Life 2: Leaving School 3: What is a House 4: Cooking 5: Housework 6: Rub-a-dub-dub 7: Ploughing 8: Sowing 9: Harvest
  • 1939 Two songs for Juniors (a) The Rain, (b) The Stream – Cramer
  • 1939 The Mountain and the Squirrel - Cramer
  • 1939 The Caravan - Cramer
  • 1940 Song: Say not the Struggle Nought Availeth (A.H. Clough) - Musical Times; Novello

1941 – 1954

  • 1941 Drake's Drum (Sir Henry Newbolt) – Cramer
  • 1941 The Airmen (Margaret Armour, from The Times, May 28th 1940) – Cramer
  • 1942 Song: Jack Overdue (J. Pudney) – Cramer
  • 1944 The Path of Duty (Tennyson) – Novello
  • 1948 Kitty of Coleraine (anon) – Boosey and Hawkes
  • 1948 My Bonny Cuckoo – Cramer
  • 1948 Oft in the Stilly Night (T.Moore) – Boosey and Hawkes
  • 1948 The Elves (arr. SSA) – Cramer
  • 1952 Coronation Song (E. Montgomery Campbell) – Cramer
  • 1952 Sing Three - Cramer
  • 1953 Over the Hills (George Meredith) – Cramer
  • 1954 Farm-yard Families (M Nightingale) – Cramer
  • 1954 The Sea Shore (Geoffrey Dearmer) -Cramer
  • 1954 The Sweet of the Year (George Meredith) – OUP

Posthumous Publications

  • 1987 Martin Shaw, Seven Songs for Voice and Piano - Stainer and Bell 1:Annabel Lee 2: Cargoes 3: No. 4: When Daisies Pied 5: The Cuckoo 6: Song of the Palanquin Bearers 7: Down by the Salley Gardens

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