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BEETHOVEN.
No. Description. Composed. Original Publisher. Dedicated to
Deserter' (F). 11. 'Thou emblem of faith' (C minor). 12. 'English Bulls' (D). 13. 'Musing on the roaring ocean' (C). 14. 'Dermot and Shelah' (G). 15. 'Let brain-spinning swains' (A). 16. 'Hide not thine anguish ' (D). 17. 'In vain to this desert,' a 2 (D). 18. 'They bid me slight,' a 2 (D minor). 19. 'Wife, children, and friends' a 2 (A minor). 20. 'Farewell bliss' a 2 (D minor). 21. 'Morning a cruel turmoiler is' (D). 22. 'Garryone' (D); comp. no. 212, no. 7. 23. 'The wandering gypsy' (F). 24. 'Shall a son of O' Donnel' (F). 25. 'O harp of Erin' (E♭); comp. no. 212, no. 2.
224 20 Irish Songs:—1. 'When eve's last rays,' a 2. 2. 'No riches from his scanty store.' 3. 'The British light dragoons.' 4. 'Since greybeards inform us.' 5. 'I dreamed I lay,' a 2. 6. 'Sad and luckless.' 7. 'O soothe me, my lyre.' 8. 'Norah of Balmagairy.' 9. 'The kiss, dear maid.' 10. 'The hapless soldier,' a 2. 11. 'When far from the home.' 12. ' I'll praise the saints.' 13. 'Sunshine.' 14. 'Paddy O'Rafferty.' 15. "'Tis but in vain.' 16. 'O might I but my Patrick love!' 17. 'Come, Darby dear, easy.' 18. 'No more, my Mary.' 19. 'Judy, lovely, matchless creature.' 20. 'Thy ship must sail.' May(?) 1815.—Aut. of Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 17, 18, 20. Artaria, Vienna. Nos. 1 to 4 in vol. i. (1814) of foregoing publication; nos. 5 to 20 in vol. ii. (1816).
225 12 Irish Songs:—1. 'The Elfin Fairies.' 2. 'O harp of Erin'; comp. no. 210, 25. 3. 'The farewell song.' 4. 'S. Patrick's day.' 5. 'O who, my dear Dermot.' 6. 'Put round the bright wine.' 7. 'Garryone'; comp. no. 210, 22. 8. 'Nora Creina.' 9. 'O would I were but that sweet linnet!' a 2. 10. 'The hero may perish,' a 2. 11. 'The soldier in a foreign land.' a 2. 12. 'He promised me at parting,' a 2. . . . . . . Nos. 2 and 7 in vol. i. of above (1814), nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 in vol. ii. of the same.
226 26 Welsh Songs:—1. 'Sion the son of Evan,' a 2. 2. 'The monks of Bangor's march,' a 2. 3. 'The cottage maid.' 4. 'Love without hope.' 5. 'The golden robe.' 6. 'The fair maids of Mona.' 7. 'O let the night my blushes hide.' 8. 'Farewell, farewell, thou noisy town.' 9. 'The Æolian harp.' 10. 'Ned Pugh's farewell.' 11. 'Merch Megan.' 12. 'Waken lords and ladies gay.' 13. 'Helpless woman,' 14. 'The dream,' a 2. 15. 'When mortals all.' 16. 'The damsels of Cardigan.' 17. 'The dairyhouse.' 18. 'Sweet Richard.' 19. 'The Vale of Clwydd.' 20. 'To the blackbird.' 21. 'Cupid's kindness.' 22. 'Constancy,' a 2. 23. 'The old strain.' 24. 'Three hundred pounds.' 25. 'The parting kiss.' 26. 'Good night.'
227 12 Scottish songs:—1. 'The banner of Buccleuch,' S. T. B. 2. 'Duncan Gray,' S. T. B. 3. 'Up, quit thy bower,' S. S. B. 4. 'Ye shepherds of this pleasant vale,' S. T. B. 5. 'Cease your funning.'[1] 6. 'Highland Harry.' 7. 'Polly Stewart.' 8. 'Womankind,' S. T. B. 9. 'Lochnagar.' S. T. B. 10. 'Glencoe,' S. T. B. 11. 'Auld Lang Syne,' S. T. B. 12. 'The Quaker's wife,' S. T. B. Aut. No. 6, Artaria, Vienna. No. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 published in vol. vi. of above collection, 1841.
228 12 Songs of various nationality, for Voice, PF. V. C.:—1.'God save the king,' Solo and Chorus. 2. 'The Soldier' (The Minstrel Boy). 3. 'Charlie is my darling,' S. S. B. 4. 'O sanctissima!' (Sicilian Mariner's Hymn), S. S. B. 5. 'The Miller of the Dee,' S. T. B. 6. 'A health to the brave,' a 2. 7. 'Robin Adair,' S. T. B. 8. 'By the side of the Shannon.' 9. 'Highland Harry,' Solo and Chorus. 10. 'Johnny Cope.' 11. 'The Wandering Minstrel,' Solo and Chorus. 12. 'La gondoletta.' Nos. 2, 6, 7, 8, 11. May 1815. Nos. 2, 6, 8, 11, published by Thomson, Edinburgh, 1816; nos. 3 and 5 by him. 1831.
  1. This is possibly a Welsh, possibly an Old English air.