Emily Dickinson

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Works

Work Writers Artists ISWC Type Language Attributes Rating
2 Choruses, op. 8: no. 2. Let Down the Bars, O Death
Angels in the Early Morning
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Beyond the Glass (SSAATTBB)
Boots of Lead
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Elämän kirja, op. 66: No. 5. Hope Is the Thing With Feathers
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For Life
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Have You Got a Brook in Your Little Heart
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How Slow the Wind
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How Slow the Wind (for voice and orchestra)
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I Felt a Funeral
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I Felt My Life With Both My Hands Song
I heard a Fly buzz—when I died
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I heard as if I had no Ear
I Hide Myself
I Never Saw a Moor
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I Went to Heaven Song
I Will Breath a Mountain: No. 8. The bustle in a house
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If You Were Coming in the Fall Song
It Struck Me Every Day
Loneliness
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Mielo (SSMMAA)
Moon and Star
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One Must Always Have Love, op. 152 no. 3: No. 2. Daisy: Allegro
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Poems of Love and the Rain: IV. Love's Stricken
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Poems of Love and the Rain: XIV. Love's Stricken
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Requiem: Songs for Sue, op. 33: I. From Emily Dickinson
Such a Little Thing
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The Shining Place
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The Shining Place: No. 1. The shining place
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The Shining Place: No. 2. A letter
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The Shining Place: No. 3. The drowned boy
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The Shining Place: No. 4. Wild nights
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The Shining Place: No. 5. There came a wind like a bugle
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The White Election
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: I had a Guinea
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: I should not Dare
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: I Sing to Use
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: I Taste a Liquor
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: If She had been
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: New Feet within
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: She Bore it
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The White Election: Part I: The Pensive Spring: There is a Morn
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: I Cannot Live with you
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: I Cried at Pity
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: It was not Death
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: The First Day's Night
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: The Night was Wide
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: The Soul Selects
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: There Came a Day
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The White Election: Part II: So Must We Meet Apart: When I was Small
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: After a Hundred Years
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: I Like to See it
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: I Shall not Murmur
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: It Ceased to Hurt Me
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: My First Well Day
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: Split the Lark
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: The Clouds their Backs
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The White Election: Part III: Almost Peace: The Crickets Sang
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: Beauty Crowds Me
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: I Did not Reach Thee
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: I Sing to Use the Waiting
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: My Wars are Laid away in Books
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: The Going from a World
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: The Grave my Little Cottage is
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: There Came a Wind
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The White Election: Part IV: My Feet Slip Nearer: Upon his Saddle Sprung a Bird
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: I. Nature, the gentlest mother
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: II. There came a wind like a bugle
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: III. Why do they shut me out of Heaven?
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: IV. The world feels dusty
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: IX. I felt a funeral in my brain
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: V. Heart, we will forget him!
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: VI. Dear March, come in!
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: VII. Sleep is supposed to be
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: VIII. When they come back
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: X. I've heard an organ talk sometimes
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: XI. Going to heaven!
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: XII. The Chariot
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Two Songs From Emily Dickinson
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Two Songs From Emily Dickinson: I.
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Two Songs From Emily Dickinson: II.
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Waiting
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When Night Is Almost Done
Wild Nights
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Women's Voices: No. 8. What Inn Is This?
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