Ralph Vaughan Williams (English composer)

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married:Ursula Vaughan Williams (from 1953-02 to present)
students:Stanley Bate (ended)
Peggy Glanville-Hicks (composer) (ended)
Herbert Menges (conductor) (ended)
Esther Rofe (ended)
Frederick Joseph Page (from 1935 until 1938)
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Appearances

DateTitleAttributesArtistLength
arranger
A Farmer's Son So SweetDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller1:36
Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 253 (arr. R. Vaughan Williams for piano)Anna Christiane Neumann1:05
An Acre of LandDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller1:33
Bushes and BriarsDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:57
Ca' the YowesDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller4:21
Children's Christmas SongThe Guelph Chamber Choir, Guelph Children Singers?:??
Down by the RiversideDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller1:35
GreensleevesAdelaide Symphony Orchestra, Ron Spigelman2:01
GreensleevesDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller5:07
John DoryDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:25
Just as the Tide Was FlowingDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:16
Loch LomondDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller3:14
My Boy BillyDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:15
O Little Town of BethlehemThe Guildford Cathedral Choir3:15
O Little Town of BethlehemThomas Armstrong, Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, George Guest4:10
O Little Town of BethlehemChoir of King’s College, Cambridge3:21
The Cuckoo and the NightingaleDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:02
The Dark-Eyed SailorDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:09
The Jolly PloughboyDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller1:09
The Lover's GhostDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller3:25
The Painful PloughDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller3:53
The Spring Time of the YearDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:49
The Turtle DoveDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:51
This Is the Truth Sent From AboveThe King’s Singers2:40
Ward the PirateDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:48
Wassail SongThe Bach Choir, Fanfare Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music, Graham Ashton Brass Ensemble, Sir David Willcocks2:41
Wassail SongDeller Consort, Desmond Dupré, Alfred Deller2:34
1903Réveillez-vous, Piccars (for voice and piano)
1906Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Vaughan Williams arrangement of Picardy)
1906Mirstīgais, šai brīdī klusē (Latvian version of English "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence")
1912How Cold the Wind Doth Blow (for piano, violin and voice, Vaughan Williams)
1912Mannin Veen
1920The Saviour’s Love (Traditional Christmas Carol from Hertfordshire)
1934She's like the swallow (Newfoundland folk song)
1942Sea Songs (for full orchestra)
1945Two Carols: Come Love We God
1945Two Carols: There is a Floweradditional
1946Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major
1946Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major: I. Toccata: Allegro moderato
1946Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major: II. Romanza: lento
1946Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major: III. Fuga chromatica con finale alla tedesca: Allegro
1953Old Hundredth (Psalm 100; arr. Vaughan Williams)
A Bold Young Farmer
Ach bleib’ bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 649 (for piano, Vaughan Williams)
All People That on Earth Do Dwell (tune: Old Hundredth)
An Evening Hymn, Z. 193 "Now that the sun hath veiled his light" (for voice and orchestra, Vaughan Williams)
And All in the Morning (English traditional carol)
As I Walked Out (English folk song from Essex)
As I Walked Out One May Morning
Ballad de Jésus Christ (French folk song)
Betty and Her Ducks
Book I - Folk Songs from Dorset
Book II - Folk Songs from the Eastern Counties
Bread of the World (tune: Rendez à Dieu)
Bushes and Briars
Chanson de quête (French folk song)
Christ the Lord Is Risen Again (tune: Orientibus partibus)
Deck Thyself, My Soul, With Gladness (tune: Schmücke dich)
Disposer Supreme (tune: Old 104th)
Down among the dead men
Eight Traditional English Carols: Down in Yon Forest
Eight Traditional English Carols: May Day Carol
Eight Traditional English Carols: On Christmas Night
Eight Traditional English Carols: The Birth of the Saviour
Eight Traditional English Carols: The Twelve Apostles
Eight Traditional English Carols: Wassail Song
Fair Margaret and Sweet William (English folk song from Dorset)
Fair Susan (English folk song from Dorset)
Faith of Our Fathers (tune: O Mensch, bewein)
Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer (tune: Sussex)
Fen and Flood (A Cantata) (for mixed choir and orchestra, Vaughan Williams)
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: Gothic
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Dissolution
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Dutch
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Fens
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Glory of the Commonwealth
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Monks of Ely
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Powte's Complaint
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: The Puritans
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 1: Walsingham
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 2: Calm
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 2: Shipping
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 2: St. Nicholas
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 2: The Floods
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 2: The Lynn Apprentice
Fen and Flood (A Cantata): Part 2: The Painful Plough
Firmly I Believe and Truly (tune: Shipston)
Folk Songs of England (Edited by Cecil J. Sharp, ca. 1911)
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Spring
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Spring: I. Early in the Spring
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Winter
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Winter: I. Children's Christmas song
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Winter: II. Wassail song (Gloucestershire Wassail)
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Winter: III. In Bethlehem city
Folk Songs of the Four Seasons: Winter: IV. God bless the Master
From the Eastern Mountains (tune: King's Weston)
Geordie (English folk song from Norfolk)
God That Madest Earth and Heaven (tune: Ar hyd y nos)
Greensleeves
Hail Thee, Festival Day (tune: Salve, festa dies)
Harry, the Tailor
High Germany (English folk song from Dorset)
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (tune: Kingsfold)
It Is a Thing Most Wonderful (tune: Herongate)
It's of a Sailor Bold
John Dory
Joseph and Mary (trad. English, arr. Vaughan Williams)
Lady Maisry (English folk song from Dorset)
Loch Lomond
Nancy of London
Nine Carols for Male Voices
Nine Carols for Male Voices: A Virgin Most Pure
Nine Carols for Male Voices: As Joseph Was A-Walking (Cherry Tree Carol)
Nine Carols for Male Voices: Coventry Carol
Nine Carols for Male Voices: Dives and Lazarus
Nine Carols for Male Voices: God Rest you Merry, Gentlemen
Nine Carols for Male Voices: I Saw Three Ships
Nine Carols for Male Voices: Mummer's Carol
Nine Carols for Male Voices: The First Nowell
Nine Carols for Male Voices: The Lord at First
O God of Earth and Altar (tune: King's Lynn)
O Little Town of Bethlehem (arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams)
On Board a Ninety-Eight
Poor Sally Sits a-Weeping
Robin Hood and The Bishop of Hereford
Romanza for Cello and Orchestra
Saviour, Again to Thy Dear Name We Raise (tune: Magda)
Songs from Cambridgeshire
Songs from Essex
Songs from Norfolk
Tarry Trowsers (English folk song from Essex)
The Bold Princess Royal (English folk song from Norfolk)
The Captain's Apprentice
The Cuckoo (English folk song from Dorset)
The Jolly Ploughboy
The Lark In The Morning (English folk song from Essex)
The Lincolnshire Farmer
The Lost Lady Found (English folk song from Essex)
The Maiden's Lament (Newfoundland folk song)
The Morning Dew (Newfoundland folk song)
The Rambling Comber
The Saucy Bold Robber
The Seeds of Love
The Sheepstealer (English folk song from Dorset)
The Sheffield Apprentice (English folk song from Norfolk)
The Sprig of Thyme (English folk song from Dorset)
The Truth Sent From Above (arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams, aka the Herefordshire Carol)
The Turtle Dove
The Unquiet Grave (for choir, Vaughan Williams)
This Endris Night (arr. Vaughan Williams)
To Be a Pilgrim
Virgin-Born, We Bow Before Thee (tune: Mon Dieu, prête-moi)
Ward, the Pirate (Vaughan Williams arrangement)
Wherefore, O Father (tune: Christe fons jugis)
Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones (tune: Laßt uns erfreuen)
Yorkshire Wassail
composer
A Cotswold Romance / Death of TintagilesVaughan Williams; London Philharmonic Choir, London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox
1896 – 1902Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra
1897 – 1898Serenade in A minor (for small orchestra)
1897 – 1899The Garden of Proserpine
1898Quintet in D major (for clarinet, horn, violin, cello, and piano)
1898Quintet in D major: I. Allegro moderato
1898Quintet in D major: II. Intermezzo: Allegretto
1898Quintet in D major: III. Andantino
1898Quintet in D major: IV. Finale: Allegro molto
1900The Heroic Elegy and Triumphal Epilogue (for orchestra)
1901Linden Lea
1901Linden Lea (arr. Somervell)
1901Orpheus With His Lute
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: I. The Vagabond
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: I. The Vagabond (catch-all for arrangements)
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: II. Let beauty awake
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: II. Let beauty awake (catch-all for arrangements)
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: III. The Roadside Fire (catch-all for arrangements)
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: III. The Roadside Fire
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: IV. Youth and Love
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: IV. Youth and Love (catch-all for arrangements)
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: IX. I have trod the upward and the downward slope
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: V. In Dreams
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: VI. The infinite shining heavens
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: VI. The infinite shining heavens (catch-all for arrangements)
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: VII. Whither must I wander
1901 – 1904Songs of Travel: VIII. Bright is the ring of words
1902If I Were a Queen
1902 – 1903The Solent
1903Adieu
1903Piano Quintet in C minor
1903Piano Quintet in C minor: I. Allegro con fuoco
1903Piano Quintet in C minor: II. Andante
1903Piano Quintet in C minor: III. Fantasia (quasi variazioni). Moderato
1903Sound Sleep (for female voices and piano)
1903Sound Sleep (for female voices and small orchestra)
1903The House of Life
1903The House of Life, No. 1: Love-Sight
1903The House of Life, No. 2: Silent Noon
1903The House of Life, No. 3: Love's Minstrels
1903The House of Life, No. 4: Heart's Haven
1903The House of Life, No. 5: Death in Love
1903The House of Life, No. 6: Love's Last Gift
1903Think of Me
1903 – 1904Symphony no. 1 "A Sea Symphony"
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1 "A Sea Symphony": I. A Song for All Seas, All Ships
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1 "A Sea Symphony": II. On the Beach at Night, Alone
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": Ia. A Song for All Seas, All Ships: Behold, the sea itself
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": Ib. A Song for All Seas, All Ships: Today a rude brief recitative
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": Ic. A Song for All Seas, All Ships: Flaunt out, O sea, your separate flags of nations!
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": Id. A Song for All Seas, All Ships: Token of all brave captains
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": Ie. A Song for All Seas, All Ships: A pennant universal
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IIa. On the Beach at Night, Alone: On the beach at night, alone
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IIb. On the Beach at Night, Alone: A vast similitude interlocks all
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": III. Scherzo. The Waves
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IV. The Explorers
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVa. The Explorers: O vast Rondure, swimming in space
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVb. The Explorers: Down from the gardens of Asia descending
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVc. The Explorers: O we can wait no longer
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVd. The Explorers: O thou transcendent
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVe. The Explorers: Greater than stars or suns
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVf. The Explorers: Sail forth, steer for the deep waters only
1903 – 1909Symphony no. 1, "A Sea Symphony": IVg. The Explorers: O my brave Soul!
1905Dreamland
1905 – 1906Norfolk Rhapsody no. 1
1906For All the Saints (tune: Sine nomine)
1906Forest Green (lyrics of "O Little Town of Bethlehem" set to a different tune, the traditional carol as sung in the UK and in the Episcopal church in the US)additional
1906Toward the Unknown Region
1906 – 1911Five Mystical Songs
1908The Sky Above the Roof
1909On Wenlock Edge (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1909On Wenlock Edge: I. On Wenlock Edge (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1909On Wenlock Edge: II. From far, from eve and morning (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1909On Wenlock Edge: III. Is my team ploughing (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1909On Wenlock Edge: IV. Oh, when I was in love with you (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1909On Wenlock Edge: V. Bredon Hill (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1909On Wenlock Edge: VI. Clun (for voice, string quartet and piano)
1910Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover (1914 original (pub. 1924))
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, I. Buy, buy, buy
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, II. Cold blows the wind on Cotsall
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, III. As I was a-walking
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, IV. Show me a richer man
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, IX. In the night-time I have seen you riding
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, V. Here come the Morris men
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, VI. Life must be full of care
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, VII. Sweet little linnet that longs to be free
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, X. Mary! Mary!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, XI. Oh! The devil and Bonyparty
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, XII. Yes, I!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, XIII. Are you ready? Go!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, XIV. The drover's won!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I, XV. I tell you there's a price on this man's head
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act I. (1914 original (pub. 1924))
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, I. Past four o'clock
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, II. Gaily I go to die
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, III. Hugh!...Mary!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, IV. Sweet little home
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, IX. March away, John!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, V. Where's she gone to?
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, VI. Here, queen uncrowned
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, VII. A trollop from the stocks
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, VIII. Dropped from the ranks on a winter's night
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, X. O foolish girl, O radiant soul!
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II, XI. Oh! the sky shall be our roof
1910 – 1914Hugh the Drover: Act II. (1914 original (pub. 1924))
1912Alister McAlpine's Lament
1912Aristophanic Suite “The Wasps”
1912Aristophanic Suite “The Wasps”: I. Overture
1912Aristophanic Suite “The Wasps”: II. Entr’acte
1912Aristophanic Suite “The Wasps”: III. March Past of the Kitchen Utensils
1912Aristophanic Suite “The Wasps”: IV. Entr’acte
1912Aristophanic Suite “The Wasps”: V. Ballet and Final Tableau
1912Fantasia on Christmas Carols
1912Phantasy Quintet
1912Phantasy Quintet: I. Prelude: Lento ma non troppo
1912Phantasy Quintet: II. Scherzo: Prestissimo
1912Phantasy Quintet: III. Alla sarabanda: Lento
1912Phantasy Quintet: IV. Burlesca: Allegro moderato
1912 – 1913Symphony no. 2 in G major "A London Symphony"
1912 – 1913Symphony no. 2 in G major "A London Symphony": I. Lento - Allegro risoluto
1912 – 1913Symphony no. 2 in G major "A London Symphony": II. Lento
1912 – 1913Symphony no. 2 in G major "A London Symphony": III. Scherzo (Nocturne); Allegro vivace
1912 – 1913Symphony no. 2 in G major "A London Symphony": IV. Andante con moto - Maestoso alla marcia - Allegro - Lento - Epilogue
19135 English Folk Songs: V. Wassail Song (Gloucestershire Wassail)
1913 – 1914Saraband “Helen”
1914Evening Hymn (Hymn 4 of "Four Hymns")
1914Four Hymns (For tenor, with pianoforte and viola obbligato)
1914The Lark Ascending (for violin and orchestra)
1914The Lark Ascending (for violin and piano)
1914The Lark Ascending (for flute and wind ensemble, Silvester)
1914The Lark Ascending (arr. Paul Drayton for violin and chamber choir)
1914Who is this fair one? (Hymn 2 of "Four Hymns")
1920O clap your hands (Psalm 47)
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano: No. 1. Prelude
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano: No. 2. Slow dance
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano: No. 3. Quick dance
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano: No. 4. Slow air
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano: No. 5. Rondo
1920Suite of Six Short Pieces for Piano: No. 6. Pezzo ostinato
1921A Farmer’s Son So Sweet
1921Mass in G minor
1921Mass in G minor: I. Kyrie
1921Mass in G minor: II. Gloria
1921Mass in G minor: III. Credo
1921Mass in G minor: IV. Sanctus - Osanna I - Benedictus - Osanna II
1921Mass in G minor: V. Agnus Dei
1921Merciless Beauty (For voice, 2 violins, cello)
1921Merciless Beauty: I. Your eyën two
1921Merciless Beauty: II. So hath your beauty
1921Merciless Beauty: III. Since I from Love
1922Ca’ the Yowes
1922O vos omnes
1922Symphony no. 3, “A Pastoral Symphony”: I. Molto moderato
1922Symphony no. 3, “A Pastoral Symphony”: II. Lento moderato
1922Symphony no. 3, “A Pastoral Symphony”: III. Moderato pesante - Presto
1922Symphony no. 3, “A Pastoral Symphony”: IV. Lento - Moderato maestoso
1923English Folk Song Suite (for military band)
1923English Folk Song Suite (orch. Jacob)
1923English Folk Song Suite: I. March "Seventeen Come Sunday" (orchestrated by Jacob)
1923English Folk Song Suite: II. Intermezzo "My Bonny Boy" (orchestrated by Jacob)
1923English Folk Song Suite: III. March "Folk Songs from Somerset" (orchestrated by Jacob)
1923Old King Cole
1923Sea Songs (for full orchestra)
1923Sea Songs (for wind band)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: And I saw a new heaven (Adagio)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: And I saw a pure river
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: And I saw an angel standing in the sun (Meno mosso)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: And I saw Heaven opened (Allegro)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: Babylon the great is fallen (Lento)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: Heaven and earth are full of Thy glory (Poco animato)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: Holy, Holy, Holy (Andante sostenuto)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: I was in the spirit (Lento)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: Rejoice over her O Heavens (Allegro moderato)
1923 – 1925Sancta Civitas: Therefore are they before the throne of God (Poco meno largo)
1924On Wenlock Edge (orchestral version)
1924Toccata marziale
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico (for violin and piano, Lambert)
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico: I. Allegro pesante (for violin and piano, Lambert)
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico: I. Allegro pesante
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico: II. Adagio - Tranquillo (for violin and piano, Lambert)
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico: II. Adagio - Tranquillo
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico: III. Presto
1924 – 1925Concerto Accademico: III. Presto (for violin and piano, Lambert)
1924 – 1928Fantasia on “Greensleeves”
19254 Poems by Fredegond Shove (for voice and piano)
1926Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major: I. Toccata: Allegro moderato
1926Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major: II. Romanza: lento
1926Piano Concerto in C major: I. Toccata
1926Piano Concerto in C major: II. Romanza
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song: I. Lovely on the Water. Adagio
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song: II. Spurn Point. Andante sostenuto
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song: III. Van Dieman's Land. Larghetto
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song: IV. She borrowed some of her mother's gold. Lento
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song: V. The Lady and the Dragon. Andante tranquillo
1926Six Studies in English Folk-song: VI. As I walked over London Bridge. Allegro vivace
1926 – 1931Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major
1926 – 1931Piano Concerto in C major
1927Along the Field (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 1. We'll to the Woods No More (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 2. Along the Field as We Came By (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 3. The Half-Moon Westers Low (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 4. The Soldier (destroyed before publication)
1927Along the Field: No. 5. Goodbye (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 6. In the Morning, in the Morning (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 7. The Sigh That Heaves the Grasses (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 8. Fancy's Knell (for voice and violin)
1927Along the Field: No. 9. With Rue My Heart Is Laden (for voice and violin)
1927Riders To The Sea (single-act opera by Vaughan Williams)
1928Te Deum in G major
1929Benedicite
1930Three Choral Hymns
1930Three Choral Hymns: No. 1. Easter Hymn
1930Three Choral Hymns: No. 2. Christmas Hymn
1930Three Choral Hymns: No. 3. Whitsunday Hymn
1930 – 1931Piano Concerto in C major: III. Fuga chromatica con Finale alla Tedesca
1931Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in C major: III. Fuga chromatica con finale alla tedesca: Allegro
1931 – 1934Symphony no. 4 in F minor: I. Allegro
1931 – 1934Symphony no. 4 in F minor: II. Andante moderato
1931 – 1934Symphony no. 4 in F minor: III. Scherzo: Allegro molto
1931 – 1934Symphony no. 4 in F minor: IV. Finale (Allegro molto) con epilogo fugato (Con anima)
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 1: I. Prelude
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 1: II. Carol
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 1: III. Christmas Dance
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 2: IV. Ballad
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 2: V. Moto Perpetuo
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 3: VI. Musette
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 3: VII. Polka
1933 – 1934Suite for Viola and Orchestra: Group 3: VIII. Galop
1934-03The Pilgrim Pavement
1934An Acre of Land
1935Five Tudor Portraits
1935Five Tudors Portraits: I. Ballad "The Tunning of Elinor Rumming"
1935Five Tudors Portraits: II. Intermezzo "My Pretty Bess"
1935Five Tudors Portraits: III. Burlesca "Epitaph on John Jayberd of Diss"
1935Five Tudors Portraits: IV. Romanza "Jane Scoop (Her Lament for Philip Sparrow)"
1935Five Tudors Portraits: V. Scherzo "Jolly Rutterkin"
1935King William (for voice and piano)
1935One man, two men (a.k.a. The Harvest folk song) (for voice and piano)
1935Robin Hood and the Pedlar (for voice and piano)
1935Rolling in the dew (for voice and piano)
1935Six English Folk Songs (for voice and piano)
1935The Brewer (for voice and piano)
1935The Ploughman (for voice and piano)
1936Dona nobis pacem: I. Agnus Dei
1936Dona nobis pacem: II. "Beat! beat! drums!" (Allegro moderato)
1936Dona nobis pacem: III. Reconciliation (Andantino)
1936Dona nobis pacem: IV. Dirge for Two Veterans (Moderato alla marcia)
1936Dona nobis pacem: V. "The Angel of Death has been abroad" (L'istesso tempo)
1936Dona nobis pacem: VI. O man greatly beloved
1936Two Hymn Tune Preludes (for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, and strings.)
1936 –Dona nobis pacem (Vaughan Williams Cantata for soprano, baritone, choir, and orchestra)
1937Festival Te Deum in F major
1938Serenade to Music
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene I (Andante con moto - Allegretto)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene II (Allegretto - Largamente)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene III (Allegro moderato - Andante maestoso - Allegro vivace)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene IV (Moderato - Allegro - Lento)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene IX (Lento)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene V (Allegro - Lento - Andante con moto)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene VI (Andante sostenuto)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene VII (Andante sostenuto)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene VIII (Allegretto)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene X (Molto adagio)
1938 – 1939The Bridal Day: Scene XI (Andante maestoso)
1938 – 1943Symphony no. 5 in D major
1938 – 1943Symphony no. 5 in D major: I. Preludio (Moderato)
1938 – 1943Symphony no. 5 in D major: II. Scherzo (Presto misterioso)
1938 – 1943Symphony no. 5 in D major: III. Romanza (Lento)
1938 – 1943Symphony no. 5 in D major: IV. Passacaglia (Moderato)
1939 – 1957Epithalamion (for baritone, chorus, and orchestra)
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: I. Prologue
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: II. Wake Now
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: III. The Calling of the Bride
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: IV. The Minstrels
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: IX. The Minstrel's Song
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: V. Procession of the Bride
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: VI. The Temple Gates
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: VII. The Bell Ringers
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: VIII. The Lover's Song
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: X. Song of the Winged Loves
1939 – 1957Epithalamion: XI. Prayer to Juno
1940-11Valiant-for-truth
19406 Choral Songs to Be Sung in Time of War
1940 – 1941Household Music
1940 – 1941Household Music: I. Crug-Y-Bar. Fantasia
1940 – 1941Household Music: II. St. Denio. Scherzo
1940 – 1941Household Music: III. Aberystwyth. Variations
1940 – 1941The 49th Parallel
1942Coastal Command: Dawn Patrol
1942 – 1943Dark Pastoral, op. 112
1942 – 1943Sketches for Cello Concerto (incomplete work)
1944Concerto in A minor for Oboe and Strings
1944Concerto in A minor for Oboe and Strings: I. Rondo Pastorale. Allegro moderato
1944Concerto in A minor for Oboe and Strings: II. Minuet and Musette. Allegro moderato
1944Concerto in A minor for Oboe and Strings: III. Finale (Scherzo). Presto - Doppio più lento - Lento - Presto
1946 – 1947Symphony no. 6 in E minor
1946 – 1947Symphony no. 6 in E minor: I. Allegro
1946 – 1947Symphony no. 6 in E minor: II. Moderato
1946 – 1947Symphony no. 6 in E minor: III. Scherzo (Allegro vivace)
1946 – 1947Symphony no. 6 in E minor: IV. Epilogue (Moderato)
1946 – 1948Partita for Double String Orchestra
1947The Souls of the Righteous
1948Prayer to the Father of Heaven
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 1. The Pilgrim Meets Evangelist (Pilgrim, Evangelist, The Four Neighbours)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 2. The House Beautiful (Pilgrim, Three Shining Ones, Interpreter, Chorus)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I. Nocturne (Intermezzo) (Watchful)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 1. The Arming of the Pilgrim (Herald, Pilgrim, Chorus, Principals)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 2. The Pilgrim Meets Apollyon (Chorus, Pilgrim, Apollyon, Heavenly Beings, Evangelist)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "Buy! What will ye buy!" (Chorus, Lord Lechery, Pilgrim, Demas, Judas Iscariot, Simon Magus, Worldly Glory, Madam Bubble, Madam Wanton)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "I buy the truth!" (Pilgrim, Chorus, Pontius Pilate, Usher, Lord Hate-Good, Envy, Superstition, Pickthank, Malice)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 2. The Pilgrim in Prison (Pilgrim)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 1. The Pilgrim Meets Mr By-Ends (Pilgrim, Boy, Mister By-Ends, Madam By-Ends)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "The Lord is my Shepherd" (Bird, Shepherds, Pilgrim, Messenger, Chorus)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "Who so dwelleth…" (Shepherds, Pilgrim)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 3. The Pilgrim Reaches the End of His Journey (Chorus)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV. Entr'acte
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Epilogue (Bunyan)
1949The Pilgrim’s Progress: Prologue. Bunyan in Prison (Bunyan, Pilgrim)
1949 – 1952Symphony no. 7 "Sinfonia antartica"
1949 – 1952Symphony no. 7, "Sinfonia antartica": I. Prelude: Andante maestoso
1949 – 1952Symphony no. 7, "Sinfonia antartica": II. Scherzo: Moderato
1949 – 1952Symphony no. 7, "Sinfonia antartica": III. Landscape: Lento
1949 – 1952Symphony no. 7, "Sinfonia antartica": IV. Intermezzo: Andante sostenuto
1949 – 1952Symphony no. 7, "Sinfonia antartica": V. Epilogue: Alla marcia, moderato (non troppo allegro)
1950The Sons of Light
1951Romance for Harmonica
1951Romance for Harmonica (for Harmonica, Piano, and Strings)
1951Three Shakespeare Songs
1951Three Shakespeare Songs: Full fathom five
1951Three Shakespeare Songs: Over hill, over dale
1951Three Shakespeare Songs: The cloud-capp’d towers
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progressadditional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act Iadditional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 1. The Pilgrim Meets Evangelist (Pilgrim, Evangelist, The Four Neighbours)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 2. The House Beautiful (Pilgrim, Three Shining Ones, Interpreter, Chorus)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I. Nocturne (Intermezzo) (Watchful)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IIadditional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 1. The Arming of the Pilgrim (Herald, Pilgrim, Chorus, Principals)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 2. The Pilgrim Meets Apollyon (Chorus, Pilgrim, Apollyon, Heavenly Beings, Evangelist)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IIIadditional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "Buy! What will ye buy!" (Chorus, Lord Lechery, Pilgrim, Demas, Judas Iscariot, Simon Magus, Worldly Glory, Madam Bubble, Madam Wanton)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "I buy the truth!" (Pilgrim, Chorus, Pontius Pilate, Usher, Lord Hate-Good, Envy, Superstition, Pickthank, Malice)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 2. The Pilgrim in Prison (Pilgrim)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 1. The Pilgrim Meets Mr By-Ends (Pilgrim, Boy, Mister By-Ends, Madam By-Ends)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "The Lord is my Shepherd" (Bird, Shepherds, Pilgrim, Messenger, Chorus)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "Who so dwelleth…" (Shepherds, Pilgrim)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 3. The Pilgrim Reaches the End of His Journey (Chorus)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV. Entr'acteadditional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Epilogue (Bunyan)additional
1951 – 1952The Pilgrim’s Progress: Prologue. Bunyan in Prison (Bunyan, Pilgrim)additional
1952In the Spring
1952O taste and see
1953Prelude on an Old Carol Tune (adaptation of 'The Mayor of Casterbridge')
1953Silence and Music (from “A Garland for the Queen”)
1953 – 1954Hodie
1953 – 1954Hodie: I. Prologue: Nowell! Nowell!
1953 – 1954Hodie: II. Narration: Now the Birth of Jesus Christ
1953 – 1954Hodie: III. Song: It Was the Winter Wild
1953 – 1954Hodie: IV. Narration: And It Came to Pass in Those Days
1953 – 1954Hodie: IX. Pastoral: The Shepherds Sing
1953 – 1954Hodie: V. Choral: The Blessed Son of God
1953 – 1954Hodie: VI. Narration: And There Were in the Same Country
1953 – 1954Hodie: VII. Song: The Oxen (Christmas Eve, and Twelve of the Clock)
1953 – 1954Hodie: VIII. Narration: And the Shepherds Returned
1953 – 1954Hodie: X. Narration: But Mary Kept All These Things
1953 – 1954Hodie: XI. Lullaby: Sweet Was the Song the Virgin Sang
1953 – 1954Hodie: XII. Hymn: Bright Portals of the Sky
1953 – 1954Hodie: XIII. Narration: Now When Jesus Was Born
1953 – 1954Hodie: XIV. The March of the Three Kings: From Kingdoms of Wisdom
1953 – 1954Hodie: XV. Choral: No Sad Thought His Soul Affright
1953 – 1954Hodie: XVI. Epilogue: In the Beginning Was the Word
1953 – 1955Symphony no. 8 in D minor
1953 – 1955Symphony no. 8 in D minor: I. Fantasia (Variazioni senza tema)
1953 – 1955Symphony no. 8 in D minor: II. Scherzo alla marcia (per stromenti a fiato): Allegro alla marcia
1953 – 1955Symphony no. 8 in D minor: III. Cavatina (per stromenti ad arco) - Lento espressivo
1953 – 1955Symphony no. 8 in D minor: IV. Toccata - Moderato maestoso
1954Romanza for Cello and Orchestra
1954Tuba Concerto
1954Tuba Concerto: I. Prelude: Allegro moderato
1954Tuba Concerto: II. Romanza: Andante sostenuto
1954Tuba Concerto: III. Finale - Rondo alla tedesca: Allegro
1954Violin Sonata (for violin and piano)
1954Violin Sonata in A minor: I. Fantasia (Allegro giusto)
1954Violin Sonata in A minor: II. Scherzo (Allegro furioso ma non troppo)
1954Violin Sonata in A minor: III. Tema con variazoni: Tema (Andante)
1954 – 1958Four Last Songs
1954 – 1958Four Last Songs
1954 – 1958Four Last Songs (orchestrated by Payne)
1955A vision of aeroplanes
1956 – 1957Symphony no. 9 in E minor
1956 – 1957Symphony no. 9 in E minor: I. Moderato maestoso
1956 – 1957Symphony no. 9 in E minor: II. Andante sostenuto
1956 – 1957Symphony no. 9 in E minor: III. Scherzo. Allegro pesante
1956 – 1957Symphony no. 9 in E minor: IV. Andante tranquillo
1957Ten Blake Songs (for solo tenor or soprano, and oboe)
1957Ten Blake Songs
1957Ten Blake Songs: I. Infant Joy
1957Ten Blake Songs: I. Infant Joy
1957Ten Blake Songs: II. A Poison Tree
1957Ten Blake Songs: II. A Poison Tree
1957Ten Blake Songs: III. The Piper
1957Ten Blake Songs: III. The Piper
1957Ten Blake Songs: IV. London
1957Ten Blake Songs: IV. London
1957Ten Blake Songs: IX. The Divine Image
1957Ten Blake Songs: IX. The Divine Image
1957Ten Blake Songs: V. The Lamb
1957Ten Blake Songs: V. The Lamb
1957Ten Blake Songs: VI. The Shepherd
1957Ten Blake Songs: VI. The Shepherd
1957Ten Blake Songs: VII. Ah, Sun-flower
1957Ten Blake Songs: VII. Ah, Sun-flower!
1957Ten Blake Songs: VIII. Cruelty has a human heart
1957Ten Blake Songs: VIII. Cruelty has a human heart
1957Ten Blake Songs: X. Eternity
1957Ten Blake Songs: X. Eternity
1957Variations for Brass Band
1957Variations for Orchestra
1957Variations for Wind Band
1957Variations for Wind Band: Theme
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation I. Poco tranquillo
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation II. Tranquillo cantabile
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation III. Allegro
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation IV. Allegro (Canon)
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation IX. Adagio
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation V. Moderato sostenuto
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation VI. Tempo di Valse
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation VII. Arabesque. Andante sostenuto
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation VIII. Alla polacca
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation X. Allegro moderato (Fugata)
1957Variations for Wind Band: Variation XI. Chorale
1958The First Nowell
1958The First Nowell: I. Prelude: God rest you merry - The truth from above
1958The First Nowell: II. Angelus ad Virgenem
1958The First Nowell: III. Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell!
1958The First Nowell: IX. In Bethlehem City, "A Virgin most pure"
1958The First Nowell: VI. The Cherry Tree Carol: Joseph was an old man
1958The First Nowell: VII. The Cherry Tree Carol: As Joseph was awalking
1958The First Nowell: VIII. O, Joseph being an old man truly - The king of all power was in Bethlehem born
1958The First Nowell: XV. On Christmas night all Christians sing
1958The First Nowell: XVI. The Salutation Carol: 'Tidings true be come new
1958The First Nowell: XVII. How brightly shone the morning star
1958The First Nowell: XVIII. [Interlude]
1958The First Nowell: XX. The First Nowell
– 1903The Winter’s Willow
– 1904-04In the Fen Country
– 1922Symphony no. 3 “A Pastoral Symphony”
– 1925Darest thou now, O soul
– 1925Flos campi
– 1927Riders to the Sea
– 1929Fantasia on Sussex Folk Tunes
4 Poems by Fredegond Shove: No. 1. Motion and Stillness (for voice and piano)
4 Poems by Fredegond Shove: No. 2. Four Nights (for voice and piano)
4 Poems by Fredegond Shove: No. 3. The New Ghost (for voice and piano)
4 Poems by Fredegond Shove: No. 4. The Water Mill (for voice and piano)
5 English Folk Songs
5 English Folk Songs: I. The Dark Eyed Sailor
5 English Folk Songs: II. The Spring Time of the Year
5 English Folk Songs: III. Just as the Tide Was Flowing
5 English Folk Songs: IV. The Lover’s Ghost
A Cradle Song
A Little Piano Book
A Little Piano Book: Canon
A Little Piano Book: Nocturne
A Little Piano Book: Two-Part Invention in E-Flat
A Little Piano Book: Two-Part Invention in F
A Little Piano Book: Two-Part Invention in G
A Little Piano Book: Valse Lente
A Song of Thanksgiving (orig. “Thanksgiving for Victory”)
A Song of Thanksgiving
An Oxford Elegy
An Oxford Elegy: I. Lento
An Oxford Elegy: II. "Go, for they call you, Shepherd"
An Oxford Elegy: III. "Here will I sit and wait"
An Oxford Elegy: IV. "Screen'd is this nook"
An Oxford Elegy: IX. "But what - I dream!"
An Oxford Elegy: V. "That sweet city"
An Oxford Elegy: VI. "Come, let me read"
An Oxford Elegy: VII. "Or in my boat I lie"
An Oxford Elegy: VIII. "And once, in winter"
An Oxford Elegy: X. "No, no, thou has not felt"
An Oxford Elegy: XI. "Runs it not here"
An Oxford Elegy: XII. "Needs must I, with heavy heart"
An Oxford Elegy: XIII. "Soon will the high Midsummer pomps"
An Oxford Elegy: XIV. "He hearkens not!"
An Oxford Elegy: XV. "Never more"
An Oxford Elegy: XVI. "Yes, thou art gone!"
An Oxford Elegy: XVII. "Despair will I not"
An Oxford Elegy: XVIII. "Why faintest thou?"
Bitter Springs
Bitter Springs: I. Main Titles
Bitter Springs: II. Opening Music
Bitter Springs: III. Rocks
Bitter Springs: IV. First Desert
Bitter Springs: IX. Boomerang
Bitter Springs: V. Waterhole
Bitter Springs: VI. End of the Trek
Bitter Springs: VII. Axes
Bitter Springs: VIII. Kangaroos
Bitter Springs: X. Housewarming
Bitter Springs: XI. Hunters
Bitter Springs: XII. Fire
Bitter Springs: XIII. Abos Retreat
Bitter Springs: XIV. Warragani Boy
Bitter Springs: XV. Ma and Abos
Bitter Springs: XVI. Round Up
Blake's Cradle Song
Buonaparty
Burley Heath
Charterhouse Suite
Charterhouse Suite: I. Prelude
Charterhouse Suite: II. Slow Dance
Charterhouse Suite: III. Quick Dance
Charterhouse Suite: IV. Slow Air
Charterhouse Suite: V. Rondo
Charterhouse Suite: VI. Pezzo Ostinato
Choral Song to be Sung in Time of War No. 1: A Song of Courage
Choral Song to be Sung in Time of War No. 2: A Song of Liberty
Choral Song to be Sung in Time of War No. 3: A Song of Healing
Choral Song to be Sung in Time of War No. 4: A Song of Victory
Choral Song to be Sung in Time of War No. 5: A Song of Pity, Peace and Love
Choral Song to be Sung in Time of War No. 6: A Song of the New Age
Claribel
Come Away Death
Come down, O love divine (tune: Down Ampney)
Come Love, Come Lord (Hymn 3 of "Four Hymns")
Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra
Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra: I. Allegro pesante
Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra: II. Adagio - Tranquillo
Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra: III. Presto
Concerto Grosso
Concerto Grosso: I. Intrada
Concerto Grosso: II. Burlesca ostinata
Concerto Grosso: III. Sarabande
Concerto Grosso: IV. Scherzo
Concerto Grosso: V. March and Reprise
Dirge for Fidele
English Folk Song Suite: I. March "Seventeen Come Sunday" (for military band)
English Folk Song Suite: II. Intermezzo "My Bonny Boy" (for military band)
English Folk Song Suite: III. March "Folk Songs from Somerset" (for military band)
Fain Would I Change That Note
Fantasia on the Old 104th Psalm Tune
Fat Knight
Five Mystical Songs, No. 1: Easter
Five Mystical Songs, No. 2: I Got Me Flowers
Five Mystical Songs, No. 3: Love Bade Me Welcome
Five Mystical Songs, No. 4: The Call
Five Mystical Songs, No. 5: Antiphon
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus"
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus": Theme
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus": Variant I
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus": Variant II
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus": Variant III
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus": Variant IV
Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus": Variant V
Flos campi: I. Sicut lilium inter spinas (Lento)
Flos campi: II. Jam enim hiems transiit (Andante con moto)
Flos campi: III. Quaesivi quem diligit anima mea (Lento - Allegro moderato)
Flos campi: IV. En lectulum Salomonis (Moderato alla marcia)
Flos campi: V. Revertere, revertere Sulamitis! (Andante quasi lento)
Flos campi: VI. Pone me ut signaculum (Moderato tranquillo)
Flourish for Wind Band
Folk Song Suite
Four Last Songs: 1. Procris. Andante sostenuto (orchestrated by Payne)
Four Last Songs: 1. Procris. Andante sostenuto
Four Last Songs: 2. Tired. Andante sostenuto - Pochissimo animando - Tempo I
Four Last Songs: 2. Tired. Andante sostenuto - Pochissimo animando - Tempo I (orchestrated by Payne)
Four Last Songs: 3. Hand, Eyes, and Heart. Andante tranquillo (orchestrated by Payne)
Four Last Songs: 3. Hand, Eyes, and Heart. Andante tranquillo
Four Last Songs: 4. Menelaus. Andante moderato (orchestrated by Payne)
Four Last Songs: 4. Menelaus. Andante moderato
God Be With You Till We Meet Again
Harnham Down
He that is down need fear no fall ((The woodcutter's song))
Heart's Music
Henry V
Hugh the Drover: Act I, VIII. “Horse-hoofs thunder down the valley”
Hymn-tune Prelude on Song 13 by Orlando Gibbons
Hymn-tune Prelude on Song 13 by Orlando Gibbons (arr. for string orchestra by Helen Glatz)
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (tune: Kingsfold)
In Windsor Forest
In Windsor Forest: I. The Conspiracy
In Windsor Forest: II. Drinking Song
In Windsor Forest: III. Falstaff and the Fairies
In Windsor Forest: IV. Wedding Chorus
In Windsor Forest: V. Epilogue
Incidental Music to The Mayor of Casterbridge
Introduction and Fugue
It Was a Lover and His Lass
Job, a Masque for Dancing
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 1: Introduction
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 1: Saraband of the Sons of God
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 2: Satan's Dance of Triumph
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 3: Minuet of the Sons of Job and Their Wives
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 4: Job's Dream
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 5: Dance of the Three Messengers
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 6: Dance of Job's Comforters
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 7: Elihu's Dance of Youth and Beauty
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 7: Pavane of the Sons of the Morning
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 8: Altar Dance
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 8: Galliard of the Sons of the Morning
Job, A Masque for Dancing, ballet: Scene 9: Epilogue
Joy, shipmate, joy!
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
Linden Lea (arr. Wagner)
Linden Lea (choral version)
Lord, Come Away (Hymn 1 of "Four Hymns")
Lord, thou hast been our refuge
Love Is a Sickness
Magnificat
Nocturne (for voice and orchestra)
Nocturne
Norfolk Rhapsody no. 2 (completed by Stephen Hogger)
Norfolk Rhapsody no. 3
O How Amiable
On Wenlock Edge: I. "On Wenlock Edge" (orchestral version)
On Wenlock Edge: II. "From far, from eve and morning" (orchestral version)
On Wenlock Edge: III. "Is my team ploughing" (orchestral version)
On Wenlock Edge: IV. "Oh, when I was in love with you" (orchestral version)
On Wenlock Edge: V. "Bredon Hill" (orchestral version)
On Wenlock Edge: VI. "Clun" (orchestral version)
Organ Prelude on Bryn Calfaria
Organ Prelude on Hyfrydol
Organ Prelude on Rhosymedre (catch-all for arrangements)
Organ Prelude on Rhosymedre
Overture for Brass Band "Henry the Fifth"
Partita for Double String Orchestra: I. Prelude (Andante tranquillo)
Partita for Double String Orchestra: II. Scherzo ostinato (Presto)
Partita for Double String Orchestra: III. Intermezzo (Homage to Henry Hall)
Partita for Double String Orchestra: IV. Fantasia (Allegro)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor (for organ)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor (for organ and orchestra)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor: I. Prelude (for organ)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor: I. Prelude (for organ and orchestra)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor: II. Fugue (for organ)
Prelude and Fugue in C minor: II. Fugue (for organ and orchestra)
Rest
Rhosymedre (orchestrated by Foster)
Ring Out Your Bells
Romance and Pastorale: Pastorale. Andante con moto
Romance and Pastorale: Romance. Andantino
Scott of the Antarctic
Scott of the Antarctic: Aurora
Scott of the Antarctic: Blizzard
Scott of the Antarctic: Climbing the Glacier
Scott of the Antarctic: Departure From Ross Island
Scott of the Antarctic: Descending the Glacier
Scott of the Antarctic: Distant Glacier
Scott of the Antarctic: Final Music
Scott of the Antarctic: Ice Floes
Scott of the Antarctic: Kathleen Scott and Her Husband
Scott of the Antarctic: Main Titles
Scott of the Antarctic: Oriana's First Meeting With Scott
Scott of the Antarctic: Penguins
Scott of the Antarctic: Pony March
Scott of the Antarctic: Prologue
Scott of the Antarctic: Scott on the Glacier
Scott of the Antarctic: Snow Plain
Scott of the Antarctic: The Deaths of Evans and Oates
Scott of the Antarctic: The Return
Sea Songs (March, based on the songs "Princess Royal", "Admiral Benbow" and "Portsmouth")
Searching for Lambs
Serenade to Music: “Come, Ho! and Wake Diana With a Hymn”
Serenade to Music: “How Many Things by Season…”
Serenade to Music: “How Sweet the Moonlight”
Serenade to Music: “I Am Never Merry When I Hear Sweet Music”
Serenade to Music: “Look How the Floor of Heaven…”
Serenade to Music: “Music! Hark!”
Serenade to Music: “Soft Stillness and the night”
Serenade to Music: Andantino
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress"
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 1. Watchful's Song
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 2. The Song of the Pilgrims
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 3. The Pilgrim's Psalm
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 4. The Song of the Leaves of Life
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 5. The Song of Vanity Fair
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 6. The Woodcutter's Song
Seven Songs from "The Pilgrim's Progress": No. 7. The Bird's Song
Sir John in Love
Sir John in Love: Act I, I. (Allegro vivace) What-hoa!
Sir John in Love: Act I, II. How now, Master Shallow
Sir John in Love: Act I, III. O heavens, this is Mistress Anne Page
Sir John in Love: Act I, IV. Ahem...I had rather than forty shillings
Sir John in Love: Act I, IX. I will myself marry Anne Page
Sir John in Love: Act I, V. Weep eyes, break heart
Sir John in Love: Act I, VI. Do but look on her eyes now
Sir John in Love: Act I, VII. I see I cannot get thy father's love
Sir John in Love: Act I, VIII. Vere is dat knave Rugby?
Sir John in Love: Act I, X. Master Fenton, I'll be sworn she loves you
Sir John in Love: Act I, XI. Back and side go bare
Sir John in Love: Act I, XII. I spy entertainment in her
Sir John in Love: Act I, XIII. Wilt thou revenge?
Sir John in Love: Act I, XIV. Love my wife? I will be patient
Sir John in Love: Act I, XV. When daisies pied and violets blue
Sir John in Love: Act I.
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, I. (Allegro moderato e maestoso)
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, II. Thine own true knight
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, III. Ask me no reason why I love you
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, IV. Sigh no more, ladies
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, V. (Maestoso)
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, I. Bardolph, Bardolph, I say!
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, II. Give your worship good morrow
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, III. O that joy so soon should waste!
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, IV. There's one Master Brook below
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, V. I have long loved her
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, VI. The dew that lies on roses
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, VII. Vere is mine host of de Garter?
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, VIII. (Maestoso)
Sir John in Love: Act II.
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, I. (Andante moderato)
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, II. Yet hear me speak
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, III. Beauty clear and fair
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, IV. Fair and fair and twice so fair
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, V. But listen, good mine host
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, VI. I mun be married a-Sunday
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, I. (Lento) When as we sat in Papylon
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, II. How now, Master Parson?
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, III. Peace, I say!
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, IV. When I was a bachelor
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, V. (Allegro)
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, I. What, John! What, Robert!
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, II. Alas, my love, you do me wrong
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, III. Have I caught my heavenly jewel
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, IV. Mistress Ford! Mistress Ford!
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, V. When I was a bachelor
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, VI. Nay, follow him, gentlemen
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, VII. Mistress Page!...Mistress Page!
Sir John in Love: Act III.
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, I. (Andante piacevole)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, II. Pardon me, wife
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, III. There is an old tale goes
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, IV. Trib, fairies, trib...Round about in a fair ring-a
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, V. (Lento moderato) (Greensleeves)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, I. (Vivace)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, II. The Windsor bell hath struck twelve
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, III. Oo! Oo!...Fairies black, grey, green and white
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, IV. Dance of the fairies (Allegro pesante) - But stay! I smell a man of middle earth
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, IX. Dance (Presto)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, V. Pinch him, pinch him black and blue
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, VI. (Moderato) - Nay, do not fly
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, VII. See the chariot at hand
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, VIII. Whether men do laugh or weep
Sir John in Love: Act IV.
Snow in the Street
Songs of Travel (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: I. "The Vagabond" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: II. "Let beauty awake" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: III. "The Roadside Fire" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: IV. "Youth and Love" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: IX. "I have trod the upward and the downward slope" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: V. "In Dreams" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: VI. "The infinite shining heavens" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: VII. "Whither must I wander" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: VIII. "Bright is the ring of words" (orchestral version)
String Quartet no. 1 in G minor
String Quartet no. 1 in G minor: I. Allegro moderato
String Quartet no. 1 in G minor: II. Minuet and Trio: Tempo di minuetto
String Quartet no. 1 in G minor: III. Romance: Andante sostenuto
String Quartet no. 1 in G minor: IV. Finale: Rondo Capriccioso - Allegro molto
String Quartet no. 2 in A minor
String Quartet no. 2 in A minor: I. Prelude: Allegro appassionato
String Quartet no. 2 in A minor: II. Romance: Largo
String Quartet no. 2 in A minor: III. Scherzo: Allegro
String Quartet no. 2 in A minor: IV. Epilogue: Andante sostenuto
Symphony no. 4 in F minor
Symphony no. 6 in E minor: I. Allegro (catch all for arrangements)
The 49th Parallel: Prelude
The Blue Bird
The Dim Little Island
The England of Elizabeth (suite, ed. Hogger)
The England of Elizabeth
The England of Elizabeth: I. Titles - Street Scene - Countryside - Tudor Houses - Portraits - Elizabeth - Hatfield - Tintern - King's College Cambridge
The England of Elizabeth: II. Books - Seamen - Dance - Country Wedding - London
The England of Elizabeth: III. Stratford - Maps - Red Indians - River Avon - Cralcote - Deer - Road to London - Armada - The Aftermath
The England of Elizabeth: IV. Treasures - New Houses - Yeoman Interior
The England of Elizabeth: V. King's College - River Avon - Final Scenes
The Flemish Farm
The Golden Carol
The Lake in the Mountains
The Lawyer
The Loves of Joanna Godden
The Poisoned Kiss
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 2. Opening Chorus: "Secret are the sounds..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 3. Scena. Gallanthus: "What"s that?"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 4. Scena. Angelica: "Day is dawning"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 5. Duet. Gallaanthus: "It"s really time..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 6. Ensemble. Hob, Lob and Gob: "Here we come..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 7. Duet and Chorus. Dipsacus: "I"m a sorcerer bold"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 8. Duet. Amaryllus: "It"s true I"m inclined..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 9. Ensemble. Tormentilla: "Hush, lovely cobra" - Amaryllus: "Desist, lest you die!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 10. Duet. Amaryllus: "I know we see..." - "Blue larkspur in a garden"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 11. Ensemble. Dispacus: "Who's in my forest?" - "North wind, south wind" - Tormentilla: "Angelica?" - Amaryllus and Gallanthus: "O come to our arms"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 12. Song. Tormentilla: "O who would be..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act I. No. 13. Finale. Dipsacus: "All is ready!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 14. Introduction
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 15. Chorus: "Here we come"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 16. Song and Chorus. Angelica and flower girls: "By all the powers..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 17. Trio. Lob: "Ho there!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 18. Duet. Angelica: "It does not appear..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 19. Trio. Third Medium: "If you want to escape"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 20. Chorus: "Tormentilla! Tormentilla!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 21. Song and Duet. Tormentilla: "There was..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 22. Ensemble. Amaryllus: "Twas here it bade..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 23. Serenade. Amaryllus: "Dear love, behold..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 24. Duet. Tormentilla: "Sleeping or waking" - "You must not kiss me"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act II. No. 26. Finale. Tormentilla: "Too dark for me..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 27. Introduction
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 28. Trio. Mediums: "Behold our mystic..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 29. Ensemble. Empress: "Monstrous vision!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 30. Ballad. Empress: "When I was young..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 31.Ensemble. Empress: "You can leave us"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 32. Duet. Tormentilla: "Is my love alive?" - Empress: "Love breaks all rules..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 33. Invocation. Empress: "Imps and Demons"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 34. Ensemble. Empress: "Come, O gentle powers"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 35. Duet. Empress: "Can you, can you remember"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 36. Quartet. All: "Love in a hut..."
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 37. Sextet. First Medium: "Horrid monster!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 38. Duet. Gallanthus: "It"s the proper thing to do"
The Poisoned Kiss: Act III. No. 39. Finale. Chorus: "Love has conquered!"
The Poisoned Kiss: Overture
The Running Set
The Sons of Light: I. Darkness and Light
The Sons of Light: II. The Song of the Zodiac
The Sons of Light: III. The Messengers of Speech
The Splendour Falls
The Story of a Flemish Farm
The Story of a Flemish Farm: I. The Flag Flutters in the Wind
The Story of a Flemish Farm: II. Night by the Sea - Farewell to the Flag
The Story of a Flemish Farm: III. Dawn in the Old Barn - The Parting of the Lovers
The Story of a Flemish Farm: IV. In the Café
The Story of a Flemish Farm: V. The Major Goes to Face his Fate
The Story of a Flemish Farm: VI. The Dead Man's Kit
The Story of a Flemish Farm: VII. The Wanderings of the Flag
The Twenty Third Psalm
The Voice out of the Whirlwind
The Winter Is Gone
Three Elizabethan Songs
Three Elizabethan Songs: O Mistress Mine
Three Elizabethan Songs: Sweet Day
Three Elizabethan Songs: The Willow Song
Three Portraits from “The England of Elizabeth”
Three Portraits from “The England of Elizabeth”: I. Explorer
Three Portraits from “The England of Elizabeth”: II. Poet
Three Portraits from “The England of Elizabeth”: III. Queen
Three Preludes Founded on Welsh Hymn Tunes for the Organ
Three Vocalises for Soprano and Clarinet
Three Vocalises for Soprano and Clarinet: I. Prelude
Three Vocalises for Soprano and Clarinet: II. Scherzo
Three Vocalises for Soprano and Clarinet: III. Quasi menuetto
Two Hymn-Tune Preludes: 1. Eventide
Two Hymn-Tune Preludes: 2. Dominus Regit Me
Variations for Orchestra: I. Poco tranquillo
Variations for Orchestra: II. Tranquillo cantabile
Variations for Orchestra: III. Allegro
Variations for Orchestra: IV. Canon (Allegro)
Variations for Orchestra: IX. Adagio
Variations for Orchestra: Theme: Andante maestoso
Variations for Orchestra: V. Moderato sostenuto
Variations for Orchestra: VI. Tempo di valse
Variations for Orchestra: VII. Arabesque (Andante sostenuto)
Variations for Orchestra: VIII. Alla polacca
Variations for Orchestra: X. Fugato (Allegro moderato e risoluto)
Variations for Orchestra: XI: Chorale
What Child Is This? (for organ, Roper)
Willow-Wood
Wither’s Rocking Hymn
ああベツレヘムよ
– ????Romance for viola and piano
conductor
1936-11-13Dona nobis pacem: I. Agnus DeiBBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams3:25
AuroraRalph Vaughan Williams2:53
BlizzardRalph Vaughan Williams2:02
Climbing the GlacierRalph Vaughan Williams1:10
Departure From Ross IslandRalph Vaughan Williams1:14
Descending the GlacierRalph Vaughan Williams2:36
Distant GlacierRalph Vaughan Williams2:07
Dona nobis pacem: II. Beat! Beat! Drums!BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams3:59
Dona nobis pacem: III. ReconciliationBBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams6:51
Dona nobis pacem: IV. Dirge for Two VeteransBBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams10:20
Dona nobis pacem: V. The Angel of Death has been abroadBBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams3:06
Dona nobis pacem: VI. O Man Greatly BelovedBBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ralph Vaughan Williams7:41
End TitlesRalph Vaughan Williams2:38
Ice FloesRalph Vaughan Williams4:48
Kathleen Scott and Her HusbandRalph Vaughan Williams2:07
Main TitlesRalph Vaughan Williams2:06
Oriana's First Meeting With ScottRalph Vaughan Williams1:19
PenguinsRalph Vaughan Williams0:53
Pony MarchRalph Vaughan Williams0:55
PrologueRalph Vaughan Williams1:55
Scott on the GlacierRalph Vaughan Williams2:23
Snow PlainRalph Vaughan Williams3:10
The Deaths of Evans and OatesRalph Vaughan Williams5:17
The ReturnRalph Vaughan Williams1:41
dedication
A Tribute, op. 56
Aubade héroïque
English Pastoral Impressions, op. 26
Howells' Clavichord: No. 12. Ralph's Pavane
Howells' Clavichord: No. 13. Ralph's Galliard
The Scribe
librettist
Sir John in Love
Sir John in Love: Act I, I. (Allegro vivace) What-hoa!
Sir John in Love: Act I, II. How now, Master Shallow
Sir John in Love: Act I, III. O heavens, this is Mistress Anne Page
Sir John in Love: Act I, IV. Ahem...I had rather than forty shillings
Sir John in Love: Act I, IX. I will myself marry Anne Page
Sir John in Love: Act I, V. Weep eyes, break heart
Sir John in Love: Act I, VI. Do but look on her eyes now
Sir John in Love: Act I, VII. I see I cannot get thy father's love
Sir John in Love: Act I, VIII. Vere is dat knave Rugby?
Sir John in Love: Act I, X. Master Fenton, I'll be sworn she loves you
Sir John in Love: Act I, XI. Back and side go bare
Sir John in Love: Act I, XII. I spy entertainment in her
Sir John in Love: Act I, XIII. Wilt thou revenge?
Sir John in Love: Act I, XIV. Love my wife? I will be patient
Sir John in Love: Act I, XV. When daisies pied and violets blue
Sir John in Love: Act I.
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, I. (Allegro moderato e maestoso)
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, II. Thine own true knight
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, III. Ask me no reason why I love you
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, IV. Sigh no more, ladies
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene I, V. (Maestoso)
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, I. Bardolph, Bardolph, I say!
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, II. Give your worship good morrow
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, III. O that joy so soon should waste!
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, IV. There's one Master Brook below
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, V. I have long loved her
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, VI. The dew that lies on roses
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, VII. Vere is mine host of de Garter?
Sir John in Love: Act II, Scene II, VIII. (Maestoso)
Sir John in Love: Act II.
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, I. (Andante moderato)
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, II. Yet hear me speak
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, III. Beauty clear and fair
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, IV. Fair and fair and twice so fair
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, V. But listen, good mine host
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene I, VI. I mun be married a-Sunday
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, I. (Lento) When as we sat in Papylon
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, II. How now, Master Parson?
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, III. Peace, I say!
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, IV. When I was a bachelor
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene II, V. (Allegro)
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, I. What, John! What, Robert!
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, II. Alas, my love, you do me wrong
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, III. Have I caught my heavenly jewel
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, IV. Mistress Ford! Mistress Ford!
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, V. When I was a bachelor
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, VI. Nay, follow him, gentlemen
Sir John in Love: Act III, Scene III, VII. Mistress Page!...Mistress Page!
Sir John in Love: Act III.
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, I. (Andante piacevole)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, II. Pardon me, wife
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, III. There is an old tale goes
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, IV. Trib, fairies, trib...Round about in a fair ring-a
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene I, V. (Lento moderato) (Greensleeves)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, I. (Vivace)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, II. The Windsor bell hath struck twelve
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, III. Oo! Oo!...Fairies black, grey, green and white
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, IV. Dance of the fairies (Allegro pesante) - But stay! I smell a man of middle earth
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, IX. Dance (Presto)
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, V. Pinch him, pinch him black and blue
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, VI. (Moderato) - Nay, do not fly
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, VII. See the chariot at hand
Sir John in Love: Act IV, Scene II, VIII. Whether men do laugh or weep
Sir John in Love: Act IV.
The Pilgrim’s Progress
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 1. The Pilgrim Meets Evangelist (Pilgrim, Evangelist, The Four Neighbours)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 2. The House Beautiful (Pilgrim, Three Shining Ones, Interpreter, Chorus)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I. Nocturne (Intermezzo) (Watchful)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 1. The Arming of the Pilgrim (Herald, Pilgrim, Chorus, Principals)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 2. The Pilgrim Meets Apollyon (Chorus, Pilgrim, Apollyon, Heavenly Beings, Evangelist)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "Buy! What will ye buy!" (Chorus, Lord Lechery, Pilgrim, Demas, Judas Iscariot, Simon Magus, Worldly Glory, Madam Bubble, Madam Wanton)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "I buy the truth!" (Pilgrim, Chorus, Pontius Pilate, Usher, Lord Hate-Good, Envy, Superstition, Pickthank, Malice)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 2. The Pilgrim in Prison (Pilgrim)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 1. The Pilgrim Meets Mr By-Ends (Pilgrim, Boy, Mister By-Ends, Madam By-Ends)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "The Lord is my Shepherd" (Bird, Shepherds, Pilgrim, Messenger, Chorus)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "Who so dwelleth…" (Shepherds, Pilgrim)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 3. The Pilgrim Reaches the End of His Journey (Chorus)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV. Entr'acte
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Epilogue (Bunyan)
The Pilgrim’s Progress: Prologue. Bunyan in Prison (Bunyan, Pilgrim)
orchestrator
Songs of Travel (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: I. "The Vagabond" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: III. "The Roadside Fire" (orchestral version)
Songs of Travel: VIII. "Bright is the ring of words" (orchestral version)
Wir glauben all’ an einen Gott, BWV 680 “Giant Fugue” (Vaughan Williams orchestration)
revised by
1904Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra
1905In the Fen Country
1907In the Fen Country
writer
The Devil and Me