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xiii, 401 p. : ill. (some col.), music ; 26 cm + 1 sound recording (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Music Library
193 p. : music ; 24 cm.
Music Library
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Raiders of the last art / Williams
  • Out of Africa / Barry
  • Spider-man / Elfman
  • Schindler's list / Williams
  • Gladiator / Zimmer
  • Champions. Theme ; Grand National / Davis
  • The lord of the rings. Suite from The two towers / Shore
  • Chariots of fire / Vangelis
  • The James Bond theme / Norman
  • Titanic / Horner
  • Forrest Gump / Silvestri
  • Dances with wolves / Barry
  • Harry's wondrous world / Williams.
1 online resource.
  • Ballad Opera: Commercial Song in Enlightenment Garb / Berta Joncus
  • After 'Anger': modern Britain in the postwar musical / Elizabeth Wells
  • / Ben Francis
  • Towards a British Concept Musical: the Shows of Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse / David Cottis
  • The pop music industry and the British musical / Ian Sapiro
  • / Sarah Browne
  • Les Miserables: from epic novel to epic musical / Kathryn M. Grossman, Bradley Stephens
  • Billy Elliot and Its Lineage: the Politics of Class and Sexual Identity in British Musicals since 1953 / Robert Gordon
  • Humming the set': scenography and the musical from Cats to Lord of the Rings / Christine White
  • Noel Coward: sui generis / Dominic McHugh
  • Joan Littlewood: Collaboration and Vision / Ben Macpherson
  • Between Opera and Musical: Theatre Music in Early Nineteenth-Century London / Christina Fuhrmann
  • Lionel Bart: British Vernacular Musical Theatre / Millie Taylor
  • Tim Rice: the Pop Star Scenario / Olaf Jubin
  • Cameron Mackintosh: Control, Collaboration and the Creative Producer / Miranda Lundskaer-Nielsen
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber: haunted by the Phantom / David Chandler
  • The Beggar's Legacy: Playing with Music and Drama, 1920-2003 / Robert Lawson-Peebles
  • Mamma Mia! and the Aesthetics of the 21st Century Jukebox Musical / George Rodosthenous
  • Attracting the Family Market: Shows with Cross-generations Appeal / Rebecca Warner
  • Genre Counterpoints: Challenges to the Mainstream Musical / David Roesner
  • Some Yesterdays Always Remain: Black British and Anglo-Asian Musical Theatre / Ben Macpherson
  • Comic opera: English society in Gilbert and Sullivan / Carolyn Williams
  • Introduction / Robert Gordon, Olaf Jubin
  • English musical comedy, 1890-1924 / Stephen Banfield
  • English West End Revue: World War I and after / David Linton
  • Musical Comedy in the 1920s and 1930s: Mr Cinders and Me and My Girl as Class-Conscious Carnival / George Burrows
  • West End Royalty: Ivor Novello and English operetta, 1917-1951 / Stewart Nicholls
  • The American invasion: the impact of Oklahoma! and Annie Get Your Gun / Dominic Symonds
  • / John M. Snelson.
The Oxford Handbook of the British Musical provides a comprehensive academic survey of British musical theatre offering both a historical account of the musical's development from 1728 and a range of in-depth critical analyses of the unique forms and features of British musicals, which explore the aesthetic values and sociocultural meanings of a tradition that initially gave rise to the American musical and later challenged its modern pre-eminence. After a consideration of how John Gay's The Beggar's Opera (1728) created a prototype for eighteenth-century ballad opera, the book focuses on the use of song in early nineteenth century theatre, followed by a sociocultural analysis of the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan; it then examines Edwardian and interwar musical comedies and revues as well as the impact of Rodgers and Hammerstein on the West End, before analysing the new forms of the postwar British musical from The Boy Friend (1953) to Oliver! (1960). One section of the book examines the contributions of key twentieth century figures including Noel Coward, Ivor Novello, Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber, director Joan Littlewood and producer Cameron Macintosh, while a number of essays discuss both mainstream and alternative musicals of the 1960s and 1970s and the influence of the pop industry on the creation of concept recordings such as Jesus Christ Superstar (1970) and Les Miserables (1980). There is a consideration of "jukebox" musicals such as Mamma Mia! (1999), while essays on overtly political shows such as Billy Elliot (2005) are complemented by those on experimental musicals like Jerry Springer: the Opera (2003) and London Road (2011) and on the burgeoning of Black and Asian British musicals in both the West End and subsidized venues. The Oxford Handbook of the British Musical demonstrates not only the unique qualities of British musical theatre but also the vitality and variety of British musicals today.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199988747 20170206
Music score
1 score (57 p.) ; 30 cm.
  • Invocation ; The narrow bud opens her beauties to the sun / William Blake
  • Answer July / Emily Dickinson
  • Hot sun, cool fire / George Perle
  • Ah, sun-flower! / William Blake
  • Adieu! farewell earth's bliss / Thomas Nashe
  • Ring out, wild bells / Alfred Lord Tennyson.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Music score
1 score (47 p.) ; 28 x 43 cm.
  • My Lord, what a beautiful morning!
  • A mountaineer's sad song
  • Weep, all ye little rains
  • Dry bones
  • Put my little shoes away
  • Blowin' in the wind
  • When the saints go marching in
  • Goodbye, old paint
  • O Peter, go ring-a dem bells
  • Where have all the flowers gone?
Music Library
Sound recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • The story of classical music
  • The Medieval period (600-1490)
  • The Renaissance period (1490-1600)
  • The Baroque period (1600-1750)
  • The classical period (1750-1830)
  • The Romantic period (1830-1900)
  • The late romantics, impressionists and others
  • New directions in the 20th century
  • After the second World War
  • Composers of the avant-garde
  • Minimalism
  • Film music
  • Epilogue.
This recording introduces classical music to the entire family. It looks at the music through the lives of the great composers and their environment from the churches and cathedrals that produced the familiar sound of Gregorian chant, to Johann Sebastian Bach and right up to the film music for "Gladiator" and "Lord of the Rings." The CD-ROM features extra information and pictures about the composers, the instruments of the classical orchestra, national anthems and flags, scores, the text of the CDs, musical terms, and more.
viii, 244 p. : ill., music ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction: Finding Fantasy Janet K. Halfyard 1 Fantasy and the Exotic Other: The Films of Ray Harryhausen Mark Brill, University of Texas, San Antonio 2 Numinous Ambience: Spirituality, Dreamtimes and Fantastic Aboriginality Philip Hayward, Southern Cross University, Australia 3 Who Wants to Live Forever: Glam Rock, Queen and Fantasy Film J. Drew Stephen, University of Texas, San Antonio 4 Fantasy Meets Electronica: Legend and the Music of Tangerine Dream Lee Barron, Northumbria University 5 Entering the Labyrinth: How Henson and Bowie Created a Musical Fantasy Liz Giuffre, Macquarie University 6 Superman as Mythic Narrative: Music, Romanticism and the 'Oneiric Climate' Ben Winters, Christ Church, University of Oxford 7 Music and Fantasy Types in Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands Alexander G. Binns, University of Hull 8 The Tritone Within: Interpreting Harmony in Elliot Goldenthal's Score for Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within Scott Murphy, University of Kansas 9 Scoring Fantasy Girls: Music and Female Agency in Indiana Jones and The Mummy films Janet K. Halfyard and Victoria Hancock 10 Creating Magic with Music: The Changing Dramatic Relationship between Music and Magic in Harry Potter Films Jamie L. Webster 11 Superconductors: Music, fantasy and science in The Sorcerer's Apprentice Janet K. Halfyard.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781908049933 20160609
Fantasy has had a modern resurgence in cinema due largely to the success of superhero narratives and the two major fantasy series, the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. Often regarded as mere escapism, this genre has been neglected as the subject of serious academic work. This volume explores the way in which music and sound articulate the fantastic in cinema and contribute to the creation of fantasy narratives. Fantasy invokes the magical within its narratives as the means by which to achieve what would be impossible in our own reality, as compared to sci-fi's as-yet unknown technologies and horror's dark and deadly supernatural forces. Fantasy remains problematic, however, because it defies many of the conventional mechanisms by which genre is defined such as setting, mood and audience. In a way quite unlike its co-genres, fantasy moves with infinite flexibility between locations - the world (almost) as we know it, historical, futuristic or mythic locations; between moods - heroic, epic, magical; and between audiences - children, teens, adults. In English-language cinema, it encompasses the grand mythic narratives of Lord of the Rings, Legend and The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad, the heroic narratives of Superman, Flash Gordon and Indiana Jones and the magical narratives of Labyrinth, Edward Scissorhands and the Harry Potter series, to name just some of films that typify the variety that the genre offers. What these films all have in common is a requirement that the audience accepts the a fundamental break with reality within the diegesis of the filmic narrative, and embraces magic in its many and various forms, sometimes benign, sometimes not. This volume examines music in fantasy cinema across a broad historical perspective, from Bernard Herrmann's scores for Ray Harryhausen, through the popular music scores of the 1980s to contemporary scores for films such as The Mummy and the Harry Potter series, allowing the reader to see not only the way that the musical strategies of fantasy scoring have changed over time but also to appreciate the inventiveness of composers such as Bernard Herrmann, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman and Elliot Goldenthal, and popular musicians such as Queen and David Bowie in evoking the mythic, the magical and the monstrous in their music for fantasy film.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781908049933 20160609
Music Library
xvii, 603 pages : portraits ; 26 cm
Beginning with the era of synchronized sound in the 1920s, music has been an integral part of motion pictures. Whether used to heighten the tension of a scene or evoke a subtle emotional response, scores have played a significant-if often unrealized-role in the viewer's enjoyment. In The Invisible Art of Film Music, Laurence MacDonald provides a comprehensive introduction for the general student, film historian, and aspiring cinematographer. Arranged chronologically from the silent era to the present day, this volume provides insight into the evolution of music in cinema and analyzes the vital contributions of scores to hundreds of films. MacDonald reviews key developments in film music and discusses many of the most important and influential scores of the last nine decades, including those from Modern Times, Gone with the Wind, Citizen Kane, Laura, A Streetcar Named Desire, Ben-Hur, Lawrence of Arabia, The Godfather, Jaws, Ragtime, The Mission, Titanic, Gladiator, The Lord of the Rings, Brokeback Mountain, and Slumdog Millionaire. MacDonald also provides biographical sketches of such great composers as Max Steiner, Alfred Newman, Franz Waxman, Bernard Herrmann, Elmer Bernstein, Henry Mancini, Maurice Jarre, John Barry, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Dave Grusin, Ennio Morricone, Randy Newman, Hans Zimmer, and Danny Elfman. Updated and expanded to include scores produced well into the twenty-first century, this new edition of The Invisible Art of Film Music will appeal not only to scholars of cinema and musicologists but also any fan of film scores.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810890589 20160612
Green Library
1 online resource (352 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
  • 1. Introduction: the leitmotif problem-- Part I. Musical Themes: 2. Motive, phrase, melody, and theme-- 3. Thematic development, thematic identity: musical themes and the prototype model-- Part II. Musical Association: 4. The phenomenon of musical association-- 5. Piece specifics, cultural generics, and associative layering-- 6. From 'Nibelheim' to Hollywood: the associativity of harmonic progression-- Part III. Leitmotifs in Context: 7. The paradigm of Wagner's Ring-- 8. Leitmotif in Western art music outside the Ring-- 9. The modern-day leitmotif: associative themes in contemporary film music.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107098398 20160618
The musical leitmotif, having reached a point of particular forcefulness in the music of Richard Wagner, has remained a popular compositional device up to the present day. In this book, Matthew Bribitzer-Stull explores the background and development of the leitmotif, from Wagner to the Hollywood adaptations of The Lord of The Rings and the Harry Potter series. Analyzing both concert music and film music, Bribitzer-Stull explains what the leitmotif is and establishes it as the union of two aspects: the thematic and the associative. He goes on to show that Wagner's Ring cycle provides a leitmotivic paradigm, a model from which we can learn to better understand the leitmotif across style periods. Arguing for a renewed interest in the artistic merit of the leitmotif, Bribitzer-Stull reveals how uniting meaning, memory, and emotion in music can lead to a richer listening experience and a better understanding of dramatic music's enduring appeal.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107098398 20160618
xii, 259 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: Understanding the Present through the Past-- the Past through the Present James Cook, Alexander Kolassa, and Adam Whittaker Part 1: Authenticity, Appropriateness, and Recomposing the Past Chapter 1: Representing Renaissance Rome: Beyond Anachronism in Showtimes The Borgias (2011) James Cook Chapter 2: Baroque a la Hitchcock: The Music of Dangerous Liaisons (1988) Mervyn Cooke Chapter 3: `Frame not my Lute': The Musical Tudor Court on the Big Screen Daniela Fountain Chapter 4: It Ain't Over `til King Arthur Sings: English Dramatick Opera on the Modern Stage Katherina Lindekens Part 2: Music, Space, and Place: Geography as History Chapter 5: Musical Divisions of the Sacred and Secular in 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' Adam Whittaker Chapter 6: Celtic Music and Hollywood Cinema: Representation, Stereotype, and Affect Simon Nugent Chapter 7: David Munrow's `Turkish Nightclub Piece' Edward Breen Chapter 8: Little Harmonic Labyrinths: Baroque Musical Style on the Nintendo Entertainment System William Gibbons Part 3: Presentness and the Past: Dialogues between Old and New Chapter 9: Presentness and the Past in Contemporary British Opera Alexander Kolassa Chapter 10: Angels in the Archive: Animating the Past in 'Written on Skin' Maria Ryan Chapter 11: Werner Herzog and the Filmic Dark Arts: Myth, Truth, Music, and the Life of Carlo Gesualdo (1566-1613) Philip Weller Chapter 12: Medievalism, Music, and Agency in The Wicker Man (1973) Lisa Colton Chapter 13: Music in Fantasy Pasts: Neomedievalism and 'Game of Thrones' James Cook, Alexander Kolassa, and Adam Whittaker.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138287471 20180403
Recomposing the Past is a book concerned with the complex but important ways in which we engage with the past in modern times. Contributors examine how media on stage and screen uses music, and in particular early music, to evoke and recompose a distant past. Culture, popular and otherwise, is awash with a stylise - sometimes contradictory - musical history. And yet for all its complexities, these representations of the past through music are integral to how our contemporary and collective imaginations understand history. More importantly, they offer a valuable insight into how we understand our musical present. Such representative strategies, the book argues, cross generic boundaries, and as such it brings together a range of multimedia discussion on the subjects of film (Lord of the Rings, Dangerous Liasions), television (Game of Thrones, The Borgias), videogame (Dragon Warrior, Gauntlet), and opera (Written on Skin, Taverner, English `dramatick opera'). This collection constitutes a significant, and interdisciplinary, contribution to a growing literature which is unpacking our ongoing creative dialogue with the past. Divided into three complementary sections, grouped not by genre or media but by theme, it considers: `Authenticity, Appropriateness, and Recomposing the Past', `Music, Space, and Place: Geography as History', and `Presentness and the Past: Dialogues between Old and New'. Like the musical collage that is our shared multimedia historical soundscape, it is hoped that this collection is, in its eclecticism, more than the sum of its parts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138287471 20180403
Music Library
xi, 260 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • CONTENTS-- Introduction vii-- CHAPTER 1-- Carter Burwell and the Coen Brothers 1-- CHAPTER 2-- Patrick Doyle and Kenneth Branagh 19-- CHAPTER 3-- Danny Elfman and Tim Burton 35-- CHAPTER 4-- Michael Giacchino and J.J. Abrams 57-- CHAPTER 5-- Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock 75-- CHAPTER 6-- James Horner and James Cameron 97-- CHAPTER 7-- Maurice Jarre and David Lean 115-- CHAPTER 8-- Thomas Newman and Sam Mendes 135-- CHAPTER 9-- Howard Shore and Peter Jackson 153-- CHAPTER 10-- Alan Silvestri and Robert Zemeckis 175-- CHAPTER 11-- John Williams and Steven Spielberg 193-- CHAPTER 12-- Hans Zimmer and Christopher Nolan 217-- Notes 241-- About Classic FM 249-- Acknowledgements 251-- Index 253.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783963669 20180508
Discover the remarkable stories behind some of the most popular film music of all time; From Jurassic Park to The Lord of the Rings, Vertigo to Titanic, a powerful score can make a movie truly extraordinary. The alchemy between composer and director creates pure cinematic magic, with songs and melodies that are instantly recognisable and eternally memorable. So what is their secret?; Saturday Night at the Movies goes behind the scenes to reveal twelve remarkable partnerships, and how they have created the music that has moved millions. Discover how these collaborations began and what makes them so effective: the dynamic personalities, the creative chemistry, the flashes of genius. The best scores come from sound and image working together to bring the director's vision to life, but many scores also stand alone as towering achievements of composition that have shaped the face of modern music.; Featuring such luminaries as Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann, Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer, and James Horner and James Cameron, Saturday Night at the Movies explores the creation of film favourites such as Back to the Future, Fargo, Edward Scissorhands and many, many more.; Includes:; J.J. Abrams & Michael Giacchino; Kenneth Branagh & Patrick Doyle; Tim Burton & Danny Elfman; James Cameron & James Horner; The Coen Brothers & Carter Burwell; Alfred Hitchcock & Bernard Herrmann; Peter Jackson & Howard Shore; David Lean & Maurice Jarre; Sam Mendes & Thomas Newman; Christopher Nolan & Hans Zimmer; Steven Spielberg & John Williams; Robert Zemeckis & Alan Silvestri.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783963669 20180508
Music Library
  • Zadok the priest, HWV 258 (Tallis Chamber Choir ; Royal Academy Consort ; Jeremy Summerly, conductor) (5:52)
  • Music for the royal fireworks, HWV 351. La paix (Aradia Ensemble ; Kevin Mallon, conductor) (3:26)
  • Concerto grosso no. 12 in B minor, HWV 330 (op. 6). Larghetto, e piano - variatio (Capella Istropolitana ; Jozef Kopelman, conductor) (3:43)
  • Messiah, HWV 56. I know that my Redeemer liveth (Kym Amps, soprano ; Scholars Baroque Ensemble) (6:10)
  • Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63. See, the conqu'ring hero comes! (Capella Istropolitana ; Richard Edlinger, conductor) (3:07)
  • Water music. Suite no. 1 in F major, HWV 348. Overture (Aradia Ensemble ; K. Mallon, conductor) (3:09)
  • Rinaldo, HWV 7a. Lascia ch'io pianga = Let me lament (Susanne Rydén, soprano ; London Baroque ; Charles Medlam, conductor) (3:41)
  • Keyboard suite no. 5 in E major, HWV 430. Air and variations : "The harmonius blacksmith" (Alan Cuckston, harpsichord) (4:12)
  • Ode for the birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74. Eternal source of light divine (S. Rydén, soprano ; Niklas Eklund, trumpet ; London Baroque ; C. Medlam, conductor) (3:36)
  • Music for the royal fireworks, HWV 351. Le réjouissance (Aradia Ensemble ; K. Mallon, conductor) (3:07)
  • Concerto grosso no. 6 in D major, HWV 317 (op. 3). Vivace (Northern Sinfonia ; Bradley Creswick, conductor) (2:42)
  • Dixit Dominus, HWV 232. Dominus Domino meo (Scholars Baroque Ensemble) (5:36)
  • Saul, HWV 53. Dead march. Grave (Frankfurt Baroque Orchestra ; Joachim Carlos Martini, conductor) (3:07)
  • 6 recorder sonatas, op. 1. No. 4 in A minor, HWV 362. Allegro (László Czidra, recorder ; Pál Kelemen, cello ; Zsuzsa Pertis, harpsichord) (3:11)
  • Messiah, HWV 56. How beautiful are the feet (Angus Davidson, counter-tenor ; Frances Jellard, contralto ; Scholars Baroque Ensemble) (3:28)
  • Water music. Suite no. 1 in F major, HWV 348. Allegro ; Andante (Aradia Ensemble ; K. Mallon, conductor) (7:02)
  • Solomon, HWV 67. Sinfonia : "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba" (Budapest Strings) (3:28)
  • Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, HWV 76. What passion cannot music raise and quell (Dorothee Mields, soprano ; Concerto Polacco ; Wolfgang Helbich, conductor) (8:20)
  • Oboe concerto no. 3 in G minor, HWV 287. Sarabande (Anthony Camden, oboe ; City of London Sinfonia ; Nicholas Ward, conductor) (3:04)
  • Messiah, HWV 56. He was despised (A. Davidson, counter-tenor ; Scholars Baroque Ensemble) (5:02)
  • Concerto grosso no. 6 in G minor, HWV 324 (op. 6). Larghetto e affettuoso (Capella Istropolitana ; J. Kopelman, conductor) (3:30)
  • Organ concerto no. 13 in F major, HWV 295 : "The cuckoo and the nightingale." Allegro (Johann Aratore, organ ; Handel Festival Chamber Orchestra ; John Tinge, conductor) (3:19)
  • Violin sonata no. 7 in D major, HWV 371. Larghetto (Bin Huang, violin ; Hyun-Sun Kim, piano) (3:36)
  • Concerto a due cori no. 3 in F major, HWV 334. A tempo ordinario (Capella Istropolitana ; František Vajnar, conductor) (4:09)
  • Messiah, HWV 56. For unto us a child is born (Scholars Baroque Ensemble) (4:08)
  • Water music. Suite no. 1 in F major, HWV 348. Air (Aradia Ensemble ; K. Mallon, conductor) (1:58) ; Suite no. 2 in D major, HWV 349. Alla hornpipe (Aradia Ensemble ; K. Mallon, conductor) (2:56)
  • Serse = Xerxes, HWV 40. Ombra mai fù : "Largo" (Serse) (Jozsef Mukk, tenor ; Budapest Camerata ; László Kovács, conductor) (3:26)
  • Concerto grosso no. 3 in G major, HWV 317 (op. 3). Allegro (Northern Sinfonia ; B. Creswick, conductor) (2:32)
  • Te Deum in D major, HWV 283 : "Dettingen." Vouchsafe, o Lord, to keep us this day (Ulrike Andersen, contralto ; Concerto Polacco ; W. Helbich, conductor) (2:14)
  • Concerto grosso in C major, HWV 318 : "Alexander's feast." Allegro (Capella Istropolitana ; J. Kopelman, conductor) (3:24)
  • Messiah, HWV 56. Hallelujah (Scholars Baroque Ensemble) (3:45).
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file)
  • Christmas oratorio. Bereite dich, Zion / J.S. Bach
  • Messiah. He was despised / G.F. Handel
  • Elijah. O rest in the Lord / F. Mendelssohn
  • Alto rhapsody, op. 53 / J. Brahms
  • Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen / G. Mahler
  • L'invitation au voyage / H. Duparc
  • Requiem, op. 9. Pie Jesu / M. Durufle
  • Sea pictures, op. 37 ; Dream of Gerontius. Angel's farewell / E. Elgar
  • Linden Lea / R. Vaughan Williams
  • Corpus Christi carol / B. Britten
  • Pretty ring time / P. Warlock
  • Prison ; Soir ; Clair de lune / G. Faure
  • Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III) ; Gretchen am Spinnrade ; Wiegenlied (Schlafe, schlafe)
  • Die Forelle ; Auf dem Wasser zu singen ; An die Musik ; An Sylvia ; Nacht und Träume ; Heidenröslein
  • Du bist die Ruh' / F. Schubert
  • Auf Flügeln des Gesanges / Mendelssohn
  • Liederkreis, op. 39. Mondnacht ; Frauenliebe und -leben, op. 42. Du Ring an meinem Finger / R. Schumann
  • Geistliches Wiegenlied, op. 91/2 / J. Brahms
  • Befreit, op. 39/4 ; Morgen!, op. 27/4 / R. Strauss.
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file)
  • Christmas oratorio, BWV 248. Bereite dich, Zion / Bach (5:04)
  • Messiah. He was despised and rejected of men / Handel (12:33)
  • Elijah, op. 70. O rest in the Lord / Mendelssohn (3:37)
  • Alto rhapsody, op. 53 / Brahms (11:45)
  • Ruckert-Lieder. Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen / Mahler (6:52)
  • L'invitation au voyage / Duparc (4:37)
  • Requiem, op. 9. Pie Jesu / Durufle (3:15)
  • Sea pictures, op. 37 / Elgar (23:48)
  • The dream of Gerontius, op. 38. The angels farewell / Elgar (6:52)
  • Linden Lea / Vaughan Williams (2:50)
  • Corpus Christi carol / Britten (2:47)
  • Pretty ring time / Warlock (1:19)
  • Prison, op. 83, no. 1 (2:19) ; Soir, op. 83, no. 2 (2:12) ; Clair de lune, op. 46, no. 2 (3:05) / Faure
  • Ellens Gesang III, op. 52, no. 6, D. 839 (6:46) ; Gretchen am Spinnrade, op. 2, D. 118 (3:40) ; Wiegenlied, op. 98, no. 2, D. 498 (2:57) ; Die Forelle, D. 550 (2:02) ; Auf dem Wasser zu singen, op. 72, D. 774 (3:18) ; An di Musik, op. 88, no. 4, D. 547 (2:47) ; Gesang, op. 106, no. 4, D. 891 (2:56) ; Nacht und Traüme, D. 827 (4:34) ; Heidenröslein, op. 3, no. 3, D. 257 (1:50) ; Du bist die Ruh, op. 59, no. 3, D. 776 (4:28) / Schubert
  • 6 Gesange, op. 34, no. 2. Auf Flugeln des Gesanges / Mendelssohn (3:17)
  • Lliederkreis, op. 39, no. 5. Mondnacht (4:07) ; Frauenliebe und leben, op. 42, no. 4. Du Ring an meinem Finger (2:51) / Schumann
  • 2 Gesange, op. 91, no. 2. Geistliches Wiegenlied / Brahms (5:43)
  • 5 Lieder, op. 39, TrV 189, no. 4. Befreit (5:30) ; 4 Lieder, op. 27, TrV 170, no. 4. Morgen (4:13) / Strauss.
  • Carmina Burana. O Fortuna : (from "Excalibur") / Carl Orff (Slovak Philharmonic Chorus ; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra ; Stephen Gunzenhauser, conductor) (2:44)
  • Tristan and Isolde. Prelude : (from "Excalibur") (Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra ; Johannes Wildner, conductor) (8:59) ; Götterdämmerung. Siegfried's funeral march : (from "Excalibur") (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra ; Uwe Mund, conductor) (8:18) / Richard Wagner
  • Harpsichord suite no. 11. Sarabande : (from "Barry Lyndon") / George Frideric Handel (Alan Cuckston, harpsichord) (4:42)
  • Piano trio no. 2. Andante con moto : (from "Barry Lyndon") / Franz Schubert (Stuttgart Piano Trio) (8:44)
  • Miserere : (from "Chariots of fire") / Gregorio Allegri (Oxford Camerata ; Jermey Summerly, conductor) (10:14)
  • Te Deum, H. 146. Prélude (arr. for organ) : (from "Richard III") / Marc-Antoine Charpentier (Simon Lindley, organ) (2:28)
  • Songs of the Auvergne. Baïlèro : (from "Henry V") / Joseph Canteloube (Denisa Šlepkovská, mezzo-soprano ; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra ; J. Wildner, conductor) (5:17)
  • Enigma variations, op. 36. Nimrod / Edward Elgar (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra ; George Hurst, conductor) (3:30)
  • String quintet, G. 275. Minuet : (from "Greystoke, the legend of Tarzan, Lord of the apes") / Luigi Boccherini (Capella Istropolitana) (4:32)
  • Symphony no. 1, op. 55. Beginning : (from "Greystoke, the legend of Tarzan, Lord of the apes") (BBC Philharmonic Orchestra ; G. Hurst, conductor) (3:31) ; Pomp and circumstance march no. 4 in G major, op. 39 (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra ; Adrian Leaper, conductor) (4:44) / E. Elgar.
Music score
ix,67 p. 29cm.
Music Library
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Romeo and Juliet. A time for us / Nino Rota
  • Memoirs of a geisha. The chairman's waltz / John Williams
  • Dances with wolves. Two socks
  • the wolf theme & the John Dunbar theme / John Barry
  • Cinema Paradiso. Love theme / Ennio Morricone
  • Lord of the rings. Concerning hobbits / Howard Shore
  • Titanic. My heart will go on / James Horner, Will Jennings
  • English patient. Convento di Sant'Anna / Gabriel Yared
  • Far and away. Suite Far and away / John Williams
  • Casualties of war. Main theme / Ennio Morricone
  • Hable con ella. Soy Marco / Alberto Iglesias
  • Scent of a woman & Some like it hot. Por una cabeza, La cumparsita / Carlos Gardel, Gerardo Matos Rodriguez
  • Hana-bi. Hana-bi / Joe Hisaishi
  • Adventures of Robin Hood. Marian and Robin / Erich Wolfgang Korngold
  • Wizard of Oz. Over the rainbow / Harold Arlen
  • Modern times. Smile / Charlie Chaplin. Bonus tracks: Princess Mononoke / Joe Hisaishi ; A Fairy tale / François Dompierre ; The Deer hunter
  • cavatina / Stanley Myers ; Schindler's list / John Williams ; The mission / Ennio Morricone.
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file)
  • See, see the shepheards queene / Thomas Tomkins (2:14)
  • Can she excuse my wrongs / John Dowland (2:52)
  • Lord Willoughby / anonymous (5:23)
  • Essex last good-night / anonymous (4:51)
  • The queenes treble / John Johnson (2:09)
  • When dasies pied / anonymous (2:49)
  • O mistris mine / Thomas Morley (2:27)
  • Ring out your bels / anonymous (2:37)
  • Nuttmigs and ginger / anonymous (1:40)
  • Wooe her and win her / Thomas Campion (1:16)
  • Time stands still & The Lady Frances Sidneys almayne / John Dowland & Richard Allison (5:32)
  • Say love if ever thou didst find / John Dowland (2:07)
  • Courant, of harte diefje waerom zoo stil / Jakob van Eyck (3:09)
  • Each lovely grace / William Corkine (2:20)
  • Where are all thy beauties now? / Thomas Campion (2:50)
  • The sacred end pavin / Thomas Morley (3:31)
  • In eighty-eight / anonymous (2:40)
  • The Queenes alman / William Byrd (2:52)
  • With fragrant flowers / Francis Pilkington (2:55)
  • His golden locks / John Dowland (3:35)
  • All creatures now / John Bennet (2:12)
  • Fly love / Thomas Morley (1:53).
Music score
672 p. of music ; 31 cm.
  • About a quarter to nine – Abide with me – Afrikaan beat – After the ball – After the gold rush – After midnight – After the lights go down low – Ah! So pure (from “Martha”) – Ah! Sweet mystery of life (the dream melody) – Ain’t misbehavin’ – Ain’t she sweet – Ain’t we got fun – Alabama jubilee – Alabamy bound – Al di la – Alleluia – All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth – All my love – All my tomorrows – All the way – All this and heaven too – All the gold in California – All through the night – Aloha-oe (Hawaiian farewell song) – Alone together – Along the Santa Fe Trail – Alouette – Always on my mind – Am I blue? – Am I in love? – Amazing grace – America – America the beautiful – An American in Paris – American made – American patrol – And the angels sing – Angel baby – Angel eyes – Angels from the realms of glory – Angels we have heard on high (Westminster carol) – Anniversary song – Another lonely song – Anything goes – Anywhere the heart goes (Meggie’s theme) – April in Paris – April showers – Arab dance (from “the Nutcracker suite”) – Aren’t you glad you’re you? – Are you from Dixie? – Are you lonesome tonight? – Are you on the road to lovin’ me again? – Artist’s life – Arthur’s theme (best that you can do) – As long as he needs me – As tears go by – As tiem goes by – At sundown – Auf Wiedersehen, my dear – Auld lang syne – Autumn in New York – Autumn nocturne – Avalon – Ave Maria (Schubert) – Away in the manger – Baby baby (I know you’re a lady) – Baby, don’t get hooked on me – Baby face – Baby, I’m-a want you – Il bacio (the kiss) – Ball of fire – Ballerina – Baltimore oriole – The band played on – Barbara Ann – Barney google – Battle hymn of the republic – Be my little baby bumble bee – The beat goes on – Beautiful Ohio – Beautiful you – Because – Beep beep – Beer barrel polka (roll out the barrel) – Before the next teardrop falls – Begin the beguine – Bei mir bist du schön (means that you’re grand) – Believe me if all those endearing young charms – Beside a babbling brook – The best of my love – Between the devil and the deep blue sea – Bewitched – Bidin’ my time – Big noise from Winnetka – Bill Bailey, won’t you please come home? – Bimbombey – Bird dog – A bird in the gilded cage – Birdland blues – The birth of the blues – Blame it on the Bossa Nova – Blow, Gabriel, blow – Blue champagne – The blue room – Blue and sentimental – Blue Danube – Blue gardenia – Blue tango – Blues for daddy-o – Blues in hoss’ flat – Blues in the night (my mamma done tol’ me) – Bob White (whatcha gonna swing tonight?) – Body and soul – The boll weevil – Boo-hoo – Born free – The boulevard of broken dreams – The bowery – Breezin’ along with the breeze – Brian’s song – Bridal chorus (from “Lohengrin”) – Breaking up is hard to do – Brighten the corner where you are – Brother, can you spare a dime – Brotherly shove – Bud on Bach – Buffalo gals – Bugle call rag – But not for me – But you know I love you – By a waterfall – By the beautiful sea – By the light of the silvery moon – Bye bye blackbird – Bye bye, love – Calcutta – Calendar girl – California here I come – California sun – Canadian capers – Can this be love? – Can you read my mind? (love theme from “Superman”) – Can’t we be friends? – Can’t we talk it over – Can’t yo’ hear me callin’ Caroline – Caravan – Careless love – Carolina in the morning – Carolina moon – Carry me back to old Virginny – Catch us if you can – Catching the sun – Cement mixer (put-ti, put-ti) – Chances are – Charleston – Chariots of fire – Cheatin’ on me – Cheerful little earful – Cherokee – Chi-baba chi-baba (my bambino go to sleep) – Chinatown, my Chinatown – Christmas auld lang syne – Christmas in Killarney – The Christmas waltz – Chussen kalle mazel tov – Cinnamon girl –Clair de lune – Clancy lowered the boom! – Clap yo’ hands – Clarinet polka – Close to you – The coffee song (they’ve got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil) – Collegiate – Come back to Sorrento – Come dance with me – Come fly with me – Come go with me – Come, Josephine in my flying machine – Come live with me – Comin’ thru the rye – Conquistador – The continental – Could I have this dance – Count every star – Coutnry gardens – Crazy rhythm – Crimson and clover – Cry – Cuddle up a little closer, lovey mine – A cup of coffee, a sandwich and you – Cute – Daddy’s home – Daisy Jane – Dance little bird – Dance of the infidels – Dance to the music – Dancing in the dark – Dancing on the ceiling – dancing with tears in my eyes – Darlin’ – Darn that dream – The daughter of Rosie O’Grady – Day by day – Day in-day out – Days of wine and roses – Daydream believer – Daytime friends – Deck the halls – Deep in a dream – Delicado (baiao) – The desert song – Devoted to you – Deyainu – Diamonds are a girl’s best friend – Die greene koseene (my little country cousin) – Dinah – Dixie – Dixieland delight – Do, do, do – Do nothin’ till you hear from me – Does the spearmint lose its flavor (on the bedpost over night?) – Dominique – Domino – Don’t bring Lulu – Don’t break the heart that loves you – Don’t cry Joe (let her go, let her go, let her go) – Don’t fence me in – Don’t forbid me – Don’t get around much anymore – Don’t take your love from me – Don’t you want me? – Down among the sheltering palms – Down by the O-H-I-O – Down by the riverside – Down in the valley – Down here on the ground – Down on 33rd and 3rd (thoity thoid and thoid) – Dream – A dream – Dream lover – Dream weaver – Drinking again – Drinking song – Duelin’ banjos – Early autumn – Early mornin’ rain – Earth angel – Ease on down the road – Easy come, easy go – El choclo (tango Argentine) – El watus! – Elogie – Embraceable you – Empty saddles – Enjoy yourself (it’s later than you think) – The entertainer – Etude (Chopin) – An evening prayer – Evergreen (love theme from “a star is born”) – Evergreen (a wedding song) – Everybody loves a lover – Everybody loves somebody – Everybody makes mistakes – Everybody’s somebody’s fool – Everybody’s talkin’ (echoes) – Every little movement – Everything is beautiful – Ev’rybody has the right to be wrong (at least once) – Exactly like you – Eye of the tiger (the theme from “Rocky III”) – Faith of our Fathers – Fanny Mae – Fantasie Impromptu (Chopin) – The farmer in the dell – Fascinating rhythm – Fascination – Feedin’ the fire – Feelings (dime) – Feels so right – Feliz navidad – Fernando – Fidgety feet – Theme from fifth symphony (Tchaikovsky) – Funiculi funicula – Finlandia – The first noel – The first time I saw your face – Five minutes more – Five o’clock world – Foolish little girl – Fools rush in – For me and my gal – Forty-second street – Frankie – Frankie and Johnny – Friend, lover, wife – From here to eternity – From me to you – Full moon and empty arms (based on Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2) – Für Elise (autumn leaf) – A gal in calico – The game of love – Get happy – Giant (this then is Texas) – Gimmie a little kiss (will ya, huh?) – Gimmie that old time religion – Girl of my dreams – Give me the simple life – Give my regards to Broadway – Gloria – The glory of love – Go away, little girl – Go down, Moses – Go tell it on the mountain – God rest ye merry gentlemen – Going my way – Gold and silver waltz – The gold diggers’ song (we’re in the money) – Gonna build a mountain –
  • Goodnight and goodmorning – Goodnight Irene – Good thing going – Good time Charlie’s got the blues – Goody goody – Gotta be this or that – The greatest performance of my life – Greensleeves – Guantanamera – Gypsy love song – H&T blues – Habanera (from “Carmen”) – Half-moon Street – Hallelujah! – The happiest girl in the whole U.S.A – Happy birthday, my darling – Happy birthday, sweet sixteen – Happy days are here again – Happy feet – Hard-hearted Hannah (the vamp of Savannah) – Harden my heart – Hark! The herald angels sing – Hatikvah (our hope) – Hats off to Larry – Havah Nagilah (come let us rejoice!) – Have a little faith in me – Have you ever been lonely? (have you ever been blue) – He ain’t heavy . . . He’s my brother – Hearts on fire – Helena polka – Hello central give me heaven – Hello! Ma baby – Help me make it through the night – Heer’s that rainy day – Here’s to my lady – He’s got the whole world in his hands – He’s only a prayer away – Hey! Baby – Hey! Jealous lover – Hey little one – (You love has lifted me) higher and higher – Hinky dinky parley-voo – His eye is on the sparrow – Hocus pocus – Hold me, thrill me, kiss me – Hold tight, hold tight (want some sea food mamma) – Holiday for strings – A holly jolly Christmas – (There’s no place like) home for the holidays – Home on the range – Home sweet home – Honky tonk (parts 1 & 2) – Hooked on a feeling – Hooray for Captain Spaulding – Hooray for Hollywood – Hop-scotch polka – The horizontal bop – A horse with no name – The house of the rising run – How come you like me like you do – How little we know – How long has this been going on? – How ya gonna keep ‘em down on the the farm (after they’ve seen paree) – Hula love – A hundred pounds of clay – The hustle – I asked the Lord – I believe – I believe in miracles – I believe in music – I believe in you – I can help – I can’t begin to tell you – I can’t believe that you’re in love with me – I can’t give you anything but love – I can’t love you anymore (any more than I do) – I can’t wait any longer – I cover the waterfront – I do, I do, I do, I do, I do – I don’t care – I don’t know why (I just do) – I don’t need you – I feel the earth move – I found a million dollar baby (in a five and ten cent store) – I found the answer – I get a kick out of you – I got to pieces – I got a name – I got rhythm – I got you babe – I gotta right to sing the blues – I guess I’ll have to change my plan – I had the craziest dream – I happen to like New York – I have but one heart (‘o marenariello) – I heard the bells on Chrsitmas day – I kiss your hand, madame – I know that you know – I left my heart in San Francisco – I let a song go out of my heart – I like it like that – I like mountain music – I like the likes of you – I love a parade – I love how you love me – I love Louisa – I love my friend – I love you truly – I may be wrong (but I think you’re wonderful) – I never will marry – I only have eyes for you – I saw her standing there – I see the ‘want to’ in your eyes – I should care – I surrender, dear – I thought about you – I understand – I wanna be around – I wanna be loved by you – I wanna be your man – I want to be happy – I want to spend my life with you (love theme from “the paper chase”) – I want you to be my girl – I wish I knew – Ida! Sweet as apple cider – I’d give a million tomorrows (for just one yesterday) – I wonder what’s become of Sally? – If – If I could be with you (one hour tonight) – If I love again – If there is someone lovelier than you – If you are but a dream – If you knew Susie (like I know Susie) – If you were the only girl in the world – I’ll always be in love with you – I’ll be around – I’ll be home for Christmas – I’ll build a stairway to paradise – I’ll catch the sun (Peter’s theme) – I’ll dance at your wedding – I’ll get by (as long as I have you) – I’ll get over you – I’ll have to say I love you in a song – I’ll never say “never again” again – I’ll only miss her when I think of her – I’ll see you again – I’ll sing you a thousand love songs – I’ll string along with you – I’ll take you home again Kathleen – I’ll walk alone – I’ll walk with God – I’m a believer – I’m a fool to want you – I’m an old cowhand (from the Rio Grande) – I’m falling in love with someone – I’m forever blowing bubbles – I’m gettin’ sentimental over you – I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter – I’m just a country boy – I’m just wild about Harry – I’m looking over a four leaf clover – I’m sepping out with a memory to-night – (I scream-you scream-we all scream for) Ice cream – Il Bacio (The kiss) – Imagination – In-a-gadda-da-vida – In a shanty in old shanty town – In my merry oldsmobile – In the chapel in the moonlight – In the garden – In the good old summertime – In the midnight hour – In the mood – In the shade of the old apple tree – Indian love call – Indian summer – Intermezzo (A love story) – Irish washerwoman – It came upon the midnight clear – It can’t be wrong – It doesn’t have to be that way – It don’t mean a thing (if it ain’t got that swing) – It had to be you – It happens every spring – It looks like rain in cherry blossom lane – It may be winter outside (but in my heart it’s spring) – Italian street song – It’s a long way to Daytona – It’s a most unusual day – It’s a sin to tell a lie – It’s all in the game – It’s been a long, long time – It’s ‘bout that time – It’s going to take some time – It’s magic – It’s not for me to say – It’s only a paper moon – It’s the talk of the town – It’s too late – It’s you or no one – Itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikini – I’ve got a crush on you – I’ve got a gal in kalamazoo – I’ve got five dollars – I’ve got the world on a string – I’ve got rings on my fingers – I’ve heard that song before – Jalousie (jealousy) – The Japanese sandman – Java jive – Jazzman – Jean – Jeanie with the light brown hair – Jeepers creepers – Jersey bounce – Jim Dandy – Jimmy crack corn (bluetail fly) – Jimmy Valentine – Jingle bells – Johanna – The joker – Joseph! Joseph! – Joshua fought the battle of Jericho – Jumpin’ at the woodside – Just a cottage small (by a waterfall) – Just a little bit south of North Carolina – Just a memory – Just one of those things – Kashmiri song – Keep on loving you – Keep smiling at trouble (trouble’s a bubble) – Kentucky babe – The Kerry dance – The key to love (theme from “The Apartment”) – Kids (say the darndest things) – Killing me softly with his song – Kiss an angle good mornin’ – A kiss in the dark – Kiss me again – The kiss waltz – Kisses sweter than wine – Kokomo, Indiana – L’amour-toujours-l’amour (love everlasting) – La cinquantaine (the golden wedding) – La donna e mobile (from “Rigoletto”) – La vie en rose – The lady in red – Lady play your mandolin – Lady willpower – Largo (Handel) – Largo (from “The New World Symphony”) – Last train to Clarksville – The last round-up – Laugh! Clown! Laugh! – Laughing on the outside (crying on the inside) – Lay me down (roll me out to sea) – Leader of the pack – Learnin’ the blues – Lemon drops, lollipops, and sunbeams – Les bicyclettes de Belsize – Let a smile be your umbrella (on a rainy day) – Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! – Let me be your angel – Let me call you sweetheart (I’m in love with you) – Let the rest of the world go by – The letter – Let’s do it (let’s fall in love) – Let’s get away from it all – Let’s hang on – Let’s put out the lights and go to sleep – Let’s misbehave – Let’s take a walk around the block – Liebestraum (dream of love) – Life is a song (Let’s sing it together) – Li’l darlin’ – Limehouse blues – Listen to the mockingbird – Little Annie Rooney – A little independent – A little bit of heaven (shure they call it Ireland) – Little bitty pretty one – Little Bo Peep – Little brown jug –
  • The little dummer boy – Little Jack Horner – A little kiss each morning (A little kiss each night) – A little night music – Little old lady (from Pasadena) – Little Sir Echo – Little star – The little white duck – Little white lies – Liza (all the clouds’ll roll away) – Loch Lomond – Lollipop – London bridge – Lonely people – Lonely town – Loneliness – The look of love – Lookin’ for love – Looking for a boy – Louisiana hayride – Love and marriage – Love for sale – Love hurts – Love is alive – Love is sweeping the country – Love is the sweetest thing – Love lifted me – Love me, and the world is mine – Love me do – Love me or leave me – The love nest – Love sends a little gift of roses – Love the world away – Lover, come back to me! – Love’s old sweet song – Lovin’ what you lovin’ does to me – Lucky day – Luke and Leia (from “Return of the Jedi”) – Lullaby (Brahms) – Lullaby of birdland – Lullaby of Broadway – Lulu’s back in town – Lyin’ eyes – Mad dogs and Englishmen – Made in Japan – Theme from “mahogany’’ (Do you know where you’re going to?) – Mairzy doats – Make it with you – Make me a miracle! – Makin’ whoopee! – Mala femmena – The man I love – The man in the flying trapeze – Mandy – Mansion over the hilltop – Maple leaf rag – March of the toys – A marshmallow world – Mary had a little lamb – Mary’s a grand old name – Song from “M*A*S*H” (Suicide is painless) – (I’m afraid) The masquerade is over – The masterpiece (Theme from “The masterpiece theatre”) – Matilda – Maybe – Me and Bobby Mcgee – Mean to me – Meet me in St. Louis, Louie – Meet me to-night in dreamland – Mein yiddishe midele – Melody in F (A. Rubenstein) – Melody of love – Memories – Memory lane – Menuet a l’antique (Theme) – Merrily we roll along – The merry-go-round broke down – Merry widow waltz – Mexican hat dance – Michael, row the boat ashore – The midgets – Mighty ‘lak a rose – Mine – Minnie the moocher (The ho de ho song) – Minuet (Bach) – Minuet (Boccherini) – Minuet in G (Beethoven)—A miracle happened to me (it could happen to you) – Misery – Misirlou – Missing (theme from “Missing”) – Miss lovely – Miss Missouri – Miss Otis regrets (She’s unable to lunch today) – Mission bell – Mississippi mud – Misty – Misty memories – Moanin’ low – Mockin’ bird hill – Moments to remember – Monkey see-monkey do – Mony mony – Mood indigo – Moon over Miami – The moon was yellow (El amor llamo) – Moondance – Moonglow – Moonlight bay – The more I see you – More than I can say – The morning after – Morning dance – The most beautiful girl – Mother machree – The song from Moulin Rouge (Where is your heart) – Mountain greenery – Mr. Kenyatta – Musetta’s waltz (from “la boheme”) – (Put another nickel in) Music! music! music! – Mutt and jeff – My baby cares for me – My blue heaven – My bonnie – My boy lollipop – My buddy – My destiny – My gal sal (or, they they called her frivolous sal) –My heart at thy sweet voice (from “Samson and Delilah”) – My heart has a mind of its own – My heart stood still – My hero – My honey’s lovin’ arms – My isle of golden dreams – My love, forgive me (Amore, Scusami) – My mammy (the sun shines east- the sun shines west) – My melancholy baby – My melody of love – My old Kentucky home – My one and only love – My own true love (based on Tara Theme) – My prayer – My special angel – My sweetheart’s the man in the moon – My time is your time – My wild Irish rose – Nadia’s theme (the young and the restless) – Nagasaki – Nancy (with the laughing face) – Neapolitan love song – Near you – Nearer my god to thee – Never my love – New York, New York – Nice ‘n’ easy – Night and day – Nights in white satin – Nine hundred miles – Nine to five – No arms can ever hold you (like these arms of mine) – Nobody’s sweetheart – No, no, Nanette – Noel, Noel – Non dimenticar (T’ho volute bene) – None but the lonely heart – Not a day goes by – O Christmas tree (O tannenbaum) – O come all ye faithful (Adeste Fidelis) – O holy night – O little town of Bethlehem – O sole mio – Ode to joy (Jesu, joy of man’s desire) – Of thee I sing – Oh dear, what can the matter be? – Oh, Johnny oh – Oh Julie – Oh, lady be good! – Oh! Look at me now – Oh, my darling Clementine – Oh! My papa (o mein papa) – Oh-oh I’m falling in love again – Oh promise me! – Oh Susannah – Oh! Carol – Oh! You beautiful doll – Oh, you crazy moon – Ohio – Old black Joe – Old Cape Cod – The old Chisholm trail – Old folks at home (Swanee river) – The old grey mare – The old spinning wheel – Oliver! – On behalf of the visiting firemen – On Broadway – On the banks of the Wabash – On the boardwalk (in Atlantic city) – On the sunny side of the street – On top of old smokey – Once in a lifetime – One alone – One fine day – One kiss – One of these nights – Only in your heart – Only love can break your heart – Only one love in my life – Only you (and you alone) – Operator (that’s not the way it feels) – Opus one – Our waltz – Over and over – Oye como va – Love theme from “Pagliacci” (Vesti La Giubba) – Painting the clouds with sunshine – Paloma blanca – Papa, won’t you dance with me? – Paper roses – Para los rumberos – Pardon my southern accent – A Parisian thoroughfare – Party lights – Penny arcade – Pennsylvania polka – Peppermint twist – Personality – (You’ve got) personality – Photographs and memories – Piano concerto no. 1 (Tschaikowsky) – Picnic (theme from “picnic”) – Pizzicato polka (from the ballet “Sylvia”) – Please be kind – Please don’t talk about me when I’m gone – Please don’t tell me how the story ends – Pocketful of miracles – Polka dots and moonbeams – Polly wolly doodle – Polonaise, op. 53 – Pomp and circumstance (military march no.1) – Poor butterfly – Pop! Goes the weasel – Prelude (opus 28, no. 4-Chopin) – Pretty baby – Princess Leia’s theme (from “Star Wars”) – Prisoner of love – Problems – P.s. I love you (Mercer-Jenkins) – P.s. I love you (Lennon-McCartney) – Put ‘em in a box, tie ‘em with a ribbon (and throw ‘em in the deep blue sea) – Put on your grey bonnet – Put your dreams away (for another day) – Put your hand in the hand – Quando, quando, quando (tell me when) – Quintessence – Raining in my heart – A rainy night in Georgia – Ramblin’ round – Reach out – Red sails in the sunset – Remember me? – Reverie (Debussy) – Rhapsody in blue – Rhinestone cowboy – Rhythm of the rain – Ride like the wind – The riff song – Ring-a-ling-a-lario – Rise ‘n’ shine – The river Kwai march – The river seine (la seine) – Roamin’ in the gloamin’ – Rock-a-bye your baby with a dixie melody – Rock island line – Rock ‘n’ roll heaven – Rockin’ around the Christmas tree – Rockin’ robin – Rocky top – Romeo and Juliet (theme) – The rose – The rose of Tralee – Rose of Washington Square – Rose-Marie – ‘Round her neck she wears a yellow ribbon – ‘Round midnight – ‘Round the mulberry bush – The roving kind – Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer – Runaway – Run to him – Run, woman, run – Runnin’ wild – ‘S wonderful – Sabre Dance (from “Gayne ballet”) – Sail away – Santa Lucia – Saturday night (is the loneliest night of the week) – Scarlet ribbons (for her hair) – Scatterbrain – School days (when we were a couple of kids) – Secret love – Secretly – See saw Marjorie daw – See you in the funny papers – Seems like old times – Semper fidelis (March) – Send in the clowns – September in the rain – September song – Serenade (Romberg) – Serenade in blue – Serenata – 77 Sunset Strip – Sha, sha, der rebbe gait – Shadow waltz – She loves you – She was just a sailor’s sweetheart –
  • She’ll be comin’ round the mountain – She’s a Latin from Manhattan – She’s actin’ single (I’m drinkin’ doubles) – She’s out of my life – The sheik of Araby – Shein vi di l’vone – Shenandoah – S-h-i-n-e – A shine on your shoes – Shoe shine boy – Sholom alaichem (peace to all) – Shout – Shuffle off to Buffalo – Side by side – The sidewalks of New York (east side, west side) – Silent night – Silver threads among the gold – Since I fell for you – Sing a song for sixpence – Sing something simple – Skip to my lou – skylark – The sleeping beauty waltz – Sleigh ride – Slide off of your satin sheets – Slightly out of tune (desafinado) – Slow down – Smack dab in the middle – Smiles – Smoke rings – Snowbird – Softly, as in a morning sunrise – Solitude – Somebody bigger than you and I – Somebody like me – Somebody loves me – Someday we’ll meet again – Someone loves you, honey – Someone to light up my life – Someone to watch over me – Someone’s rocking my dreamboat – Somethin’ cute – Something to remember you by – Something you got – Something’s gotta give – Sometimes a day goes by – Sometimes I’m happy – Somewhere along the way – Sonata no. 3 (Mozart) – Soon – Sophisticated lady – S.o.s – Soulita – South America, take it away! – South American way – Southern nights – Spanish eyes – Speak low – Speed ball – St. James infirmary – Stand by America – Stand by your man – Star dust – Star Wars (main theme) – The stars and stripes forever (March) – Stars fell on Alabama – The star spangled banner – Statues without hearts – Stormy Monday blues – The story of a starry night – Stouthearted men – Stranger on the shore – Streets of New York – Strike up the bandi – A string of pearls – Stupid cupid – Sugar foot rag – Sugar mountain – Subtle rebuttal – The summer knows (Theme from “Summer of ‘42”) – Summer me, winter me (Theme from “Picasso summer”) – Theme from “A summer place” – Summertime blues – Summer wind – Sunday, Monday or always – Sunrise serenade – Theme from “Superman” – Surf city – Suspicious minds – Theme from “Swan Lake” (Tschaikowsky) – Swanee – Swayin’ to the music (slow dancin’) – Swedish rhapsody (midsummer vigil) – (You’re the flower of my heart) sweet Adeline – Sweet by and by – Sweet Georgia Brown – Sweet Lorraine – Sweet Marie – Sweet talkin’ guy – The sweetest story ever told – The sweetest thing (I’ve ever known) – Swinging on a star – A swingin’ safari – The swingin’ shepherd blues – The syncopated clock – Symphony no. 6 (“Pathetique”- Tschaikowsky) – Ta-ra-ra boom-de-a – Take a chance on me – Take it to the limit – Take this job and shove it – Tales from the Vienna woods – Tammany – Tapestry – Tarantella – A taste of honey – Tea for two – Teach me tonight – Tell Laura I love her – Ten cents a dance – (Love is) the tender trap – Tequila sunrise – Thank heaven for you – Thank you, lord – That certain feeling – That certain party – That wonderful mother of mine – That’s an Irish lullaby (too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral) – That’s all – That’s my desire – That’s my weakness now – Then I’ll be tired of you – There are such things – There is a tavern in the town – There is no Christmas like a home Christmas – There must be a way – There’s no you – There’s someone to help you – There’s yes! Yes! In your eyes – There’ll be a hot time in the old town tonight – They’re either too young or too old – The things we did last summer – Thinking of you – This is it! (Theme from “The Bugs Bunny Show”) – This land is your land – This love of mine – This old man (knick knack) – This time the dream’s on me – The thorn birds theme – Those were the days – Thou swell – Three coins in the fountain – Three little words – The thunderer – Tie a yellow ribbon ‘round the ole oak tree – Tighter, tighter – Till we meet again – Time after time – A time for love – Time in a bottle – Tin man --- Tip toe – Tip-toe thru’ the tulips with me – ‘Tis autumn – To sir, with love – Tom dooley – Too beautiful to last (Theme from “Nicholas and Alexandra”) – Too fat polka (She’s too fat for me) – Too marvelous for words – Toreador song (from “Carmen”) – The touch of love – Toyland – Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! – The trail of the lonesome pine – Try a little kindness – Tryin’ to get the feeling again – Tuesday afternoon (Forever afternoon) – Tupelo honey – Turkey in the straw – Turn the world around – Tuxedo junction – Twilight time – Twinkle twinkle little star – Two guitars – Two hearts in ¾ time – Tzena (Tzena, Tzena, Tzena) – Unbeknownst – Under a blanket of blue – Under the bamboo tree – Until I met you (corner pocket) – Up on the roof – Valencia – Theme from “Valley of the Dolls” – Vaya con dios (May god be with you) – Venus in blue jeans – A very precious love – The very thought of you – Vieni, Vieni – Vienna, my city of dreams – Volga boat song – The Wabash cannonball – Wagon wheels – Wait till the sun shines, Nellie – Wake the town and tell the people – Walk on the wild side – A walkin’ miracle – Waltz for Debby – Waltz (from “Die Fiedermaus”) – The wang wang blues – Wanting you – Wanted – Was that the human thing to do – The Washington post (march) – Waterloo – ‘Way down yonder in New Orleans – The way we were – We’re over – We belong together – We may never love like this again – We wish you a merry Christmas – The wearing of the green (Oh! Paddy dear) – Wedding march (Mendelsohn) – What can I say after I say I’m sorry – What is love? – What is this thing called love? – What kind of fool am I? – What now my love – What’s new? – When a gypsy makes his violin cry – When a man loves a woman – When day is done – When Irish eyes are smiling – When it’s sleepy time down south – When Johnny comes marching home – When lights are low – When my dreamboat comes home – When my sugar walks down the street (all the little birdies go tweet-tweet-tweet) – When the saints go marching in – When the swallows come back to Capistrano – When you and I were young, Maggie – When your lover has gone – When you’re smiling (the whole world smiles with you) – Where have all the flowers gone? – Where is love? – Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day – Where the boys are – Where you’re concerned – While strolling through the park – While we’re young – Whispering bells – (There’ll be blue birds over) the white cliffs of dover – Who can I turn to (When nobody needs me) – Who cares? (so long as you care for me) – Who me? – Who’s sorry now? – Whole lotta love – Why – Why do fools fall in love? – Why do I love you? – Why me? – Why shouldn’t I? – Wildfire – Will you love me in December (As you do in May) – Theme from “William tell overture”) – Wintergreen for president – Winter wonderland – With a song in my heart – With these hands – With this ring (I wed thee) – Wonderful! Wonderful! – Wonderland by night – Would you like to take a walk? (Sump’n good’ll come from that) – Wrap your troubles in dreams (and dream your troubles away) – Wus geven is geven nitu (memories of days gone by) – Ya ya – Yankee doodle – The yankee doodle boy
  • The yellow rose of texas – Yes indeed! – Yes, Mr. Peters – Yes sir, that’s my baby – Yesterday, when I was young – Yoo-hoo – You and I (in old Versailles) – You and the night and the music – You are too beautiful – You can’t be true dear (Du kannst nicht treu sein) – You decorated my life – You do something to me – You go to my head – You make me feel so young – You must have been a beautiful baby – You oughta be in pictures – You tell me your dream, I’ll tell you mine – You took advantage of me – You’ll never know – You’re a grand old flag – You’re an old smoothie – You’re driving me crazy! (what did I do?) – You’re getting to be a habit with me – You’re gonna hear from me – You’re my everything – You’re sixteen – You’re the top – You’ve got a friend – You’ve lost that lovin’ feeling – Young at heart – Young and healthy – Young girl – Your eyes have told me so – Yours is my heart alone – Zigeuner – Zing! Went the strings of my heart.
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