Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) - Musical work of this author

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Benjamin Britten. Spring symphony, for soprano, alto and tenor soli, mixed chorus, boys'choir and orchestra. Vocal score by Arthur Oldham with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Author
The Country beyond the stars. Cantata for SATB and orchestra by Daniel Jones. Words by Henry Vaughan.... [Réduction chant et piano] with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Author
The search. - [4]
Vain wits and eyes. - [2]
The New-born King. A Christmas cantata. Music by Gordon Jacob.. Words selected by Hazel Swift [de William Austin, M. E. Coleridge, S. T. Coleridge, John Hall, Longfellow, Shakespeare, Francis Thompson, Henry Vaughan. For baritone solo, mixed voices and orchestra (or piano, or piano duet). Vocal score] with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Author
The New-born King. A Christmas cantata. Music by Gordon Jacob.. Words selected by Hazel Swift [de William Austin, M. E. Coleridge, S. T. Coleridge, John Hall, Longfellow, Shakespeare, Francis Thompson, Henry Vaughan. For baritone solo, mixed voices and orchestra (or piano, or piano duet). Vocal score] with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Editor
Franz Reizenstein. Genesis. An oratorio for soprano and baritone soli, chorus and orchestra. Text arranged by Christopher Hassall, [d'après Joseph Blanco White, G. M. Hopkins, Edward Young, William Blake, John Milton, George Herbert, Henry Vaughan. Réduction chant et piano]
Edmund Rubbra. Op. 55. The Morning watch. Motet for [4 mixed voices] chorus and orchestra. Words by Henry Vaughan.... Vocal score with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Author
Je rêve à toi !--(My dream of you). Célèbre mélodie anglaise, poésie de Henry Vaughan, musique de Paul Rodney, adaptation française de Léon Durocher with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Author
Nuit sereine !--(Loves dreamland). Paroles de Henry Vaughan, adaptation française par Octave Pradels, musique de Paul Rodney with Henry Vaughan (1621-1695) as Author