Author:Florence Earle Coates/Music

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Works by Florence Earle Coates set to song by various composers.

Works[edit]

After (1909)
  • After:
    After. Op. 68. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (Amy Beach). High and low voice. Words also printed as text. Caption title. 1 score (7 p.) ; 35 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1909) (External scan)
    After. Op. 34, no. 7a. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Henry Clough-Leighter. Three-part song for women's voices with pianoforte acc. (1914)
  • A Descant:
    When Phyllis comes. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Clayton Johns. (1892)
    When Phyllis comes. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Joshua Phippen. (1895)
    A descant. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by William Gilchrist. (1901)
    When spring comes tripping. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by G. Cotton-Marshall. Trio or three-part chorus for women's voices. 4to. Philadelphia: Theo Presser Co. (1919)
  • Give Me Not Love:
    Give me not love. Op. 61. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. Duet for soprano and tenor. Caption title. 1 score (7 p.) ; 34 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1905)
  • Go Not Too Far:
    Go not too far. Op. 56, no. 2. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. High and low voice. Words also printed as text. Caption title. 1 score (5 p.) ; 35 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1904)
  • The Ideal:
    The Ideal. Op. 18, no. 9. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Frank Lynes. Compass D to G and B Flat to E Flat. (1892)
    The ideal. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Harriet Burdett Wills. (1896)
  • I know not how to find the Spring:
    I know not how to find the spring. Op. 56, no. 3. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. For medium voice and piano. Caption title. Words also printed as text on p. 2. 1 score (5 p.) ; 36 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1904)
  • In April:
    Two songs. (1. In April) Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Charles Gilbert Spross. (1906)
    The Heart of Spring. Poem by Florence Earle Coates; music by M. Grace Houseman. Three women's voices. 4to. (1924)
  • A Love-Song:
    A love song. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by William H. Neidlinger. Copyrighted on 26 Oct 1929 by Neidlinger's widow, Orra B. Neidlinger, East Orange, N.J. (original date unknown)
  • Memoria:
    Memoria; if only in my dreams. Op. 18, no. 2. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Frank Lynes. 1. In E Flat.—2. In G. (1892)
  • Might I Return:
    Three songs (1. If love were not 2. Might I return 3. Rhapsody). Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by John Hasler. (1899)
  • My True Love's Eyes:
    My true love's eyes. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Harriet Burdett Wills. Quartet or chorus, mixed voices. (1896)
The Pilgrims (1900)
  • Pilgrim Song:
    The Pilgrims. ("Written for the Pennsylvania Society of Mayflower Descendants") Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Thomas Whitney Surette. New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. (1900)
  • Rhapsody:
    So is my love to me. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Clayton Johns. (1908)
    Rhapsody. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Douglas A Fletcher. [Photostat] 1 c. Newark, N. J.: Douglas A. Fletcher.
I Love, and the World is Mine
(1891)
  • Song ("For me the jasmine buds unfold"):
    I love, and the world is mine. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Clayton Johns. "To Miss Lena Little." Sop. or tenor in G. Song [with piano acc.]; score (5p.) 35 cm. New York, G. Schirmer. (1891)
    I love, and the world is mine. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Clayton Johns. "To Miss Lena Little." Medium in F. Song [with piano acc.]; score (4p.) 35 cm. New York, G. Schirmer. (1891)
    For me the jasmine buds unfold. Op. 19, no. 1. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. For sop. or tenor and piano. 1 score (7 p.). Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1892)
    For me the jasmine buds unfold. Op. 19, no. 1. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. Caption title. 1 score (7 p.) ; 35 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1893)
    I love, and the world is mine. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Harriet Burdett Wills. (1895)
    I love, and the world is mine! Op. 11, no. 3 (with Violin obbligato and piano). Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Charles Fonteyn Manney. 1 score (3 v.) + 1 part (1 v.) ; 34 cm. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co. (1904)
    The world is mine. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Della V. Oliver. (1905)
    I love and the world is mine. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Charles Gilbert Spross. For low voice and piano. "Dedicated to Cecilia Niles"—Caption. 1 score (5 p.) ; 33 cm. Cincinnati: John Church Co. (1906)
    I love and the world is mine. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Frank Lynes. (1911)
    For me the jasmine buds unfold. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Victor Harris. Women's voices. 4to. (1926)
I Love, and the World is Mine
(1906)
  • Song ("Her cheek is like a tinted rose"):
    Her cheek is like the tinted rose. Op. 185, no. 3. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Homer Newton Bartlett. John Church Co., Cincinnati. (1900)
    Her cheek is like a tinted rose. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Charles Gilbert Spross. (1906)
    Two songs. (2. Her cheek is like a tinted rose.) Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Horatio William Parker. For soprano or tenor and piano. 1 score (5 p.) ; 34 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1914)
  • Song ("If love were not, the wilding rose"):
    If love were not. Op. 9, no. 2, [n.i.]. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Angelo M. Read. (1898)
    If love were not. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Clayton Johns. 4 p. of music ; 35 cm. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co. (1904)
  • Suppliant:
    Suppliant. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Marion Eugénie Bauer. Recitation, piano acc. Monologues with music (piano). 1 ms. score (3 p.) ; 34 cm. (date unknown)
  • Through the Rushes:
    Through the rushes, by the river. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Arthur William Foote. Women's trio. Part song for women's voices [SSA and piano]. Caption title. 8 p. 28 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1913)
  • To-morrow:
    Tomorrow. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Charles Gilbert Spross. (1909)
    Tomorrow. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Arthur William Foote. Trio [for women's voices]. Caption title. Score (4 p.) 27 cm. Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1911)
  • Who Walks the World with Soul Awake:
    Who walks the world. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Clarence E. Rolfe, of U.S.; soprano or tenor, and mezzo-sop. or baritone. [6934] Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. (1917)

Songs after unidentified poem titles[edit]

  • A twilight lullaby. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Stanley F. Widener. Philadelphia: Theo Presser Co. (1916)
  • Two songs. Op. 27. Words by Florence Earle Coates; music by Philip James. High voice with piano. 2 v. ; 35 cm. (date unknown)