Novello's School Songs

typical cover (unison song) ca.1900

Contents

History

This British series started in the 1880s. Many items included tonic sol-fa notation. Most items were first published in The School Music Review.

Arrangers and Editors

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Contents

  • 63 eighteen songs (G. F. Handel).
  • 117 [seven] junior unison songs (grade II) edited by W. G. McNaught.
  • 149 nine national and folk songs (grade II) from the School Music Review by various composers ; edited by W. G. McNaught.
  • 162 a garland of songs for children : set I by W. G. McNaught.
  • 194 selected songs : set I : by various composers edited by W. G. McNaught.
  • 240 twenty-six classical songs by various composers
  • 241 twenty-five classical songs by various composers
  • 245 Folk-Song Carols (Sharp, Cecil)
  • 276 national songs with descants : set III edited by W. G. McNaught.
  • 336 [eight] national songs with descants : set V
  • 337 national songs with descants : set VI
  • 373 Twenty-eight Christmas songs and carols by various composers. edited by W. G. McNaught.
  • 374 Twenty-one classical songs by various composers.
  • 423 Daybreak. Unison song, words by Longfellow.Sampson, Godfrey, 1902-1949
  • 425 May-Day Song (Hall, King)
  • 468 I Will Look unto the Lord (Macfarren, George Alexander)
  • 543 O Happy Fair (Shield, William)
  • 665 Faint not, fear not, God is near thee (Smart, Henry Thomas)
  • 684 Spring-time. Action song, words by B. Noble. Moy, Edgar,
  • 765 Sing a Light and Cheerful Lay (Nicol, Edward)
  • 876 The Ballad of London River (Borland, John Ernest)
  • 1357 Sweet and low. Unison song, words by Tennyson. Richards, Arthur
  • 1368 Humpty Dumpty. Solo and chorus.Davies, Walford, 1869-1941,
  • 1455 Up! and on! Unison song, words by J. Oxenham.
  • 1463 Little white lily. Unison song, words by G. MacDonald. Rathbone, George,
  • 1528-30 National songs with descants. Set 2, 3, Set 5
  • 1549-56 National songs with descants. Set 2, 3, Set 5 Set 6 Set 8.
  • 1676 As Torrents in Summer (Elgar, Edward)
  • 1738 Magic! Unison song, words by M. Rodney. Moore, Margery
  • 1754 The windmill. Unison song, words by Longfellow. Rathbone, George,
  • 1854 Five rounds for the open air. Words and music by A. Goodchild. Goodchild, Arthur,