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From The Southland
Harry T. Burleigh
Premier Recordings (1995)

 

 

 

 

 

Art Songs of Harry T. Burleigh
Regina McConnel, soprano
Michael Cordovana, piano
Centaur 2252 (1996)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Symphonic Brotherhood
The Young Warrior
(3:23)
Everett McCorvey, tenor
Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic
Julius P. Williams, Conductor
Troy 104 (1993)

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Henry "Harry" T. Burleigh  (1866-1949)

African American Composer, Arranger & Baritone
 

 


Table of Contents

  1 Birth
  2 Heritage
  3 Examinations
  4 Antonin Dvorak
  5 Vocal Recitals
  6 Church & Synagogue
  7 Graduation
  8 Civil Rights
  9 Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
 10 Voice Teacher
 11 Music Editor
 12 Spiritual as Art Song
 13 Additional Recitals
 14 Honors
 15 VocalEssence Ensemble
 16 Death
 17 Other Recordings
 18 Works
 19 Bibliography
 

 

 

(Harry T. Burleigh Society)

http://burleighsociety.org/

 

Deep River: Songs and Spirituals
Oral Moses, bass-baritone;
Ann Sears, piano
Troy 332 (1999)


 

Audio Samples:
1 Clarion CLR907CD (2004);  Got the Saint Louis Blues: Classical Music in
   the Jazz Age;
VocalEssence Ensemble; Philip Brunelle, Conductor
     a O Southland 
     b Ethiopia's Paean to Exaltation
2
Negro Spirituals in Brazil; Juarês de Mira, bass
     a Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 
     b Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
     c Go Down Moses
     d Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
     e I Want To Be Ready
     f De Gospel Train
     g Deep River

3 Albany Records Troy 104 (1993); Symphonic Brotherhood: The Music of
   African-American Composers
; Everett McCorvey, tenor; Bohuslav Martinu
   Philharmonic; Julius P. Williams, conductor  The Young Warrior


1 Birth
Henry "Harry" Thacker Burleigh was an African American composer, arranger and baritone soloist who was born in Erie, Pennsylvania on December 2, 1866.  There he attended the Grammar High School while singing frequently  at local synagogues as well as St. Paul's Episcopal Church.  Dominique-René de Lerma is a Professor of Music at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin and has been writing about Black composers for four decades. He has generously made his research entry on Henry T. Burleigh available to this Website.  Prof. De Lerma writes:                 

Major assistance on this entry was provided by Arthur LaBrew.

2 Heritage
Prof. De Lerma's entry details the heritage of Henry Burleigh's grandparents and great-grandparents.  He explains that Hamilton E. Waters, Burleigh's grandfather on his mother's side of the family, was a slave belonging to a resident of Princess Anne, Maryland until he went blind.  Burleigh's maternal great-grandmother was an immigrant from Scotland whose husband was Native American.  His grandparents on his father's side of the family were of mixed heritage as well and made their home in Newport, New York:                     

His maternal grandfather, Hamilton E. Waters, who sang spirituals to his grandson, had been abandoned by his slave owner, Leven Waters of Princess Anne MD, when he lost his sight.  His maternal great-grandmother, from Edinburgh, married a Native American and lived in Michigan.  His paternal grandparents, also of mixed heritage, lived in Newport NY.

A photograph of Hamilton E. Waters with his young grandsons Reginald and Henry "Harry" T. Burleigh can be found at the Website of the Harry T. Burleigh Society:  http://burleighsociety.org/timeline.html

3 Examinations
 
The entry on Burleigh describes his initial failure to gain admission to the National Conservatory of Music, and the advice and support which led to his eventual admission:     

In 1892, he sought admission to the National Conservatory of Music, but did not pass the entrance examinations. Burleigh was encouraged for vocal study by Italo Campanini, and Rafael Joseffy. When he was observed listening to a musicale being given by Teresa Carreño, the hostess, Elisabeth Russell, invited him in out of the snow and to pose as a doorman.  Present was Frances Knapp MacDowell (mother of the composer), who had been affiliated with the Conservatory. She made arrangements for a second audition and a scholarship, with financial support from citizens of Erie.

4 Antonin Dvorak
Prof. De Lerma finds that Burleigh's teachers at the National Conservatory did not include the school's Director, Antonin Dvorak, but the two did spend considerable time together outside of classes.  We learn from him that Burleigh often sang spirituals for Dvorak, and began working as his copyist in 1893.  He also played the double bass and the timpani in the Conservatory's orchestra, of which Dvorak was one of two conductors,according to Prof. De Lerma:

Here he studied voice with Christian Fritsch and theory with Rubin Goldmark, John White, and Max Spicker.  He was not a student of Antonín Dvořák, as is often assumed, not then being sufficiently advanced in his theoretical studies, but he spent much extracurricular time with the Bohemian composer, acquainting him with the spiritual repertoire and serving as his  copyist starting in 1893, thereby gaining some insight into composition. He also served as double bassist and timpanist in the school orchestra, conducted by Dvořák and Franz von der Stucken.

5 Vocal Recitals
We learn from the research entry that Henry Burleigh gained recognition from performances at a church in Detroit and at the Chicago World's Fair of 1893:

He participated in a recital given by Lulu Childers (who may have only recently enrolled as a voice student at the Oberlin Conservatory) at the Bethel A.M.E. Church in Detroit, where he caught the initial attention of E.Azalia Smith (Hackley).  Following this, he sang an excerpt from Will Marion Cook’s opera, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, at the Chicago World’s Fair.

6 Church & Synagogue
Prof. De Lerma tells of Burleigh's selection from a pool of 50 applicants for the position of baritone soloist at an Episcopal church in New York in 1894.  Six years later, he tells us, Burleigh was also appointed as baritone soloist at a synagogue, Temple Emanu-El:

In 1894 he won a competition as one of 50 applicants, while still a student, to become soloist at New York’s St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church, a position he held until 1946 – a total of 52 years.  Starting in 1900, he was given a similar post at Temple Emanu-El (where he sang  Deep River  in Hebrew), holding that post until 1925.

7 Graduation
Burleigh formally enrolled as a student at the National Conservatory of Music in 1894, graduating in 1896.  Prof. De Lerma mentions a group with which he performed after graduation, and a concert at which he sang with the St. Philip's Boys' Choir, Sissieretta Jones and Ednorah Nahar:               

He graduated from the Conservatory in 1896 and performed very briefly in Black Patti’s Troubadours.  Sissieretta Jones and Ednorah Nahar joined him in a special concert with the St. Philip’s Boys’ Choir at Chickering Hall, 28 January 1895.  

8 Civil Rights
We learn from Dominique-René de Lerma that Henry Burleigh took it upon himself to seek service at a number of restaurants after New York Governor Morton signed a state civil rights bill into law in 1895:

New York governor Morton signed a civil rights bill in 1895, which Burleigh tested in 25 area restaurants, service being denied only by the Continent, Brunswick, Shanley's, and O’Neil's.
                        ...
Joining him in this were Charles W. Anderson (private secretary of the state
treasurer) and Richard E. Stovall (president of the Kenmore Club).

9 Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
In 1898 Henry Burleigh married a writer named Rebecca Louise Alston, according to Prof. De Lerma, who goes on to say that Burleigh took part in a variety of musical performances from 1898-1906 as a singer and as a conductor of opera.  He was baritone soloist in the 1904 presentation of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's musical  Hiawatha's Wedding Feast.  Burleigh also sang during performances on the composer's second American visit, in 1906: 

He conducted the George Walker and Bert Williams’ The Senegambian Carnival in 1898 and was offered the position of the show’s musical director, but he declined this (he did appear, however, in Salem Tutt Whitney’  Bamboula in 1920). He was conductor of  Carmen, produced by the Thedore Drury Opera Company in 1900, and  Aida (1903), and  Il Guarany. He was the baritone soloist in the 1904 presentation of Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast  in Washington (1904), conducted by the composer, but J. Gerald Tyler substituted for him in the Baltimore performance at the Lyric Theater. He joined Coleridge-Taylor on tours given by the composer on his second U.S. visit.

10 Voice Teacher
Henry Burleigh was a voice teacher at Will Marion Cook's School of Music in
New York, we learn from Prof. De Lerma, and was vocal coach for a number
of prominent singers, such as Enrico Caruso, Roland Hayes, Marian Anderson and Paul Robeson:

Burleigh taught voice at Will Marion Cook’s School of Music, at 136 West 37th Street in New York, a building shared with the Gotham-Attucks publishing firm.  He was vocal coach to Enrico Caruso, Roland Hayes, Marian Anderson, and Paul Robeson.

11 Music Editor
Dominique-René de Lerma notes that Burleigh's work as a composer was complemented by the position he accepted in 1911 as music editor for the New York branch of G. Ricordi, a music publisher based in Milan, Italy:

Not venturing out of the idioms he knew best, he was active as composer of sentimental songs and in setting the spiritual for voice and piano, starting about 1898.  In 1911, he was engaged as editor for the New York branch of G. Ricordi, which firm then began issuing his works, initially with  Deep River  in 1917. These songs entered the active repertoire of many of the major artists of the time, including all of the Black recitalists, as well as such figures as Lucrezia Bori, John McCormack, and Ernestine Schumann-Heink, and remain firmly on the programs of many more recent figures.

Deep River is one of several titles available at the Website of G. Ricordi & Co. (London), http://www.ricordi.co.uk/

12 Spiritual as Art Song
Prof. De Lerma credits Burleigh with introducing the concept of the spiritual
as art song, and says he was programming his own works in conjunction
with those of others by 1912:

It was he who initiated the concept of the spiritual as an art song, using these for his own purposes.  He had already begun to program his own works by 1912, when, for example, he included his setting of Kipling’s Mother o’ mine  in a performance he gave at the Amphion Club in Melrose MA (24 April) and, on 15 and 16 August for the 3rd annual Atlanta Colored Nysuc Association Festival, when he joined his own music to that of Ponchielli, Coleridge-Taylor, Massenet, Cyril Scott, Sidney Homer, and Will Marion Cook.  Later that year (17 October), he shared a program with the Kneisel Quartet at the American Geographical Society.  On 21 November he was at Philadelphia’s Parkway Auditorium to appear with A. Henri Robinson’s orchestra.

13 Additional Recitals
The research entry summarizes additional recitals, including programs sponsored by the Music School Settlement for Colored People on  February 23, 1913 and June 19, 1919:

The next year (23 February) he joined with W. E. B. DuBois at an event sponsored by the Music School Settlement for Colored People, for an afternoon program dedicated to the Negro folk song at the Ethical Society.

On 19 June 1919, he attended a recital offered by violinist Maud Powell at the Metropolitan Baptist Church, with pianist Axel Skjerne of Oberlin’s faculty, sponsored by the Music School Settlement for Colored People.  The program included the setting of  Deep River  by Coleridge-Taylor and  Nobody knows the trouble I see  of J. Rosamond Johnson.                    

14 Honors
Prof. De Lerma notes Burleigh's employment with G. Ricordi obligated him to live in Milan, Italy each Summer.  One of his European trips featured a command performance for King Edward VII of the United Kingdom.  Major awards included the Spingarn Medal of the NAACP in 1917, the Harmon Award, and honorary degrees from Atlanta University and Howard University:

He was a guest of the Erie chapter of the American Guild of Organists in 1943. A charter member of ASCAP, he was elected to its board in 1941. Among his honors were the Spingarn Achievement Medal in 1917, the Harmon Foundation Award in 1929 ($400, gold medal), and honorary degrees from Atlanta University (M.A., 1918) and Howard University (D.M.A., 1920).

The Harry T. Burleigh Glee Club was established in Dayton in 1924, and within about two years, The Harry T. Burleigh Musical Society was founded in Terre Haute, Indiana, according to the research entry.

15 VocalEssence
Two of Burleigh's songs, O Southland  (3:08) and  Ethiopia's Paean to Exaltation  (5:40), have been recorded by Jearlyn Steele, soprano, Michael Forest, tenor, Paul Shaw, piano and the VocalEssence Ensemble Singers and Chorus with orchestra, conducted by Philip Brunelle.  The CD is Got the Saint Louis Blues: Classical Music in the Jazz Age, Clarion CLR907CD
(2004).  The liner notes by Dominique-René de Lerma provide the background of each piece:

"O Southland"  is Burleigh's 1919 treatment of the proud claim for a region made plentiful by slave labor.  The text is by James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938, poet and writer who is best known as the author of the text of Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing.  Ethiopia's Paean of Exaltation  (1921) is a setting for chorus with piano of a text by Anna Julia Haywood Cooper (1858-1964), born a slave in North Carolina, who acquired her Ph.D. from the Sorbonne in 1925.  Her teaching and her writing consistently argued for racial pride and dignity, readily exemplified in this text.

16 Death
In his lengthy career, Burleigh wrote 265 vocal works and made 187 choral arrangements.  In 1916 he published  Jubilee Songs of the United States of America, a book of arrangements of spirituals for solo vocal performance. Henry "Harry" Thacker Burleigh entered a nursing home in 1946, and died in Stamford, Connecticut on December 12, 1949.

17 Other Recordings
Dozens of other CDs make Burleigh's vocal and choral works available to listeners today.  Deep River: Songs and Spirituals, Troy 332 (1999), is devoted entirely to Burleigh's works.  The performers are Oral Moses, bass-baritone, and Ann Sears, piano.  A similar recording is Art Songs of Harry T. Burleigh, Centaur 2252 (1996), on which soprano Regina McConnel is accompanied on piano by Michael Cordovana.  Tenor Everett McCorvey and the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic, conducted by Julius P. Williams, have recorded Burleigh's work  The Young Warrior  (3:23) on Troy 104 (1993).

18 Works
Prof. Dominique-René de Lerma

Recordings not identified:

            Victor

                        1799

                        1966

                        2032

                        4371

                        8959

                        20793

                        C-27

                        M-554

CD: Cantus.  Cantus 1203 (c2002).    

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; George Morrison Bailey, piano.  Albany TROY == (2001; Amen!; African-American composers of the 20th century).

     CD: William Brown, tenor; Ann Sears, piano.  Albany TROY == (1999; Fi-yer!; A century of African-American song).

CD: William Brown, tenor; Ann Sears, piano.  Albany (Fiyer!)

      CD: Derek Lee Ragin, countertenor; New World Ensemble Chamber Choir.  Channel Classics CCS

2991 (1991).

--music for violin & piano

CD: Schiff; Beranger; Carmel.  Naxos 8.559061.

 

Collections:

AfroAmerican folk song.  New York: Frederick Unger, 1914, ed. by Edward Kriebel.  1. Many thousand go; 2. Don wid driber’s drivin’; 3. Many thousand gone; 4. Oh, ro me Julie; 5. I’m gwine to Albany; 6. Acadian boatmn’s song; 7. Nobody knows knows de trouble I’ve seen; 8. You may bury in in de eas’; 9. Father Abraham; 10. Dig my grave; 11. I look o’er yander; 12. O graveyard; 13. Po’piti Lolotte; 14. Bive’ a man speak like this man; 15. Jesus heal’ de sick; 16. Upon de rock.

Album of Negro spirituals, for high voice & piano. Melville: Belwin Mills, 1969, 1917.  48p.  (#1432).  1. By an' by; 2. Couldn't hear nobody pray; 3. De blin' man; 4. Gospel train; 5. Deep river; 6. Ev'ry time I feel de spirit; 7. Nobody knows de trouble; 8. Sometimes I feel like a motherless child; 9. Stan' still Jordan; 10. Wade in de water; 11. Weepin' Mary; 13. Were you there?

----- for low voice & piano.  Melville: Belwin Mills, 1969, 1917.  48p.  (#1433).

Negro folk songs, for medium voice & piano.  London: Schott, 1930.  13p.  (#32650).  1. Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel?; 2. Who's been here?; 3. Hear de lam's a-cryin'.; 4. Goin' to ride up in de chariot.; 5. Dere's a man goin' 'round taking names.  Library: Library of Congress.

Negro folk songs.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921-1924.  4 vols.  Contains 43 songs.

Negro minstrel melodies, for medium voice & piano, preface by  W. J. Henderson.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1900. (Schirmer's household music books, 22006).  vi, 52p.  1. Angel Gabriel (by James E. Stewart); 2. Angels, meet me at the crossroads (by Will S. Hayes); 3. Balm of Gilead (by H. T. Bryant); 4. Come where my love lies dreaming (by Stephen C. Foster); 5. Darling Nelly Gray (by B. R. Hanby); 6. Dearest Mae (by L.V. H. Crosby); 7. De camptown races (by Stephen C. Foster); 8. Jim along Josey; 9. Kingdom coming (by Henry C. Work); 10. Massa's in de col', col' ground (by Stephen C. Foster); 11. Nellie was a lady (by Stephen C. Foster); 12. Nelly Bly (by Stephen C. Foster); 13. Oh dem golden slippers (by James Bland==); 14. Oh Susanna (by Stephen C. Foster);15. Old Black Joe (by Stephen C. Foster).; 16. The old cabin home; 17. Old folks at home (by Stephen C. Foster).; 18. Shine on (by Luke Schoolcraft); 19. Tom-big-bee river (by S. S. Steele; 20. Wake Nicodemus (by Henry C. Work).  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress.

Negro spirituals.  New York: AMS Press, 1975, 1959.  2 vols. in 1 (288p.)  Library: Schomburg.

2 Negro spirituals, for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1914.  7p.  (G. Schirmer's octavo choruses for mixed voices).  1. Deep river; 2. Dig my grave.  Library: Library of Congress, Yale. 

----- for SSA, arr. by Carl Deis.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1952.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for TTBB, arr. by Carl Deis.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1951.  (G. Schirmer's secular chorus music)  Library: Library of Congress.

3 Negro spirituals, for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.  3 vols..  (G. Schirmer's secular choruses, 8503-05; #26317-19).  1. Father Abraham; 2. So sad; 3. Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel?.  Library: Library of Congress.

Old songs hymnal: words and melodies from the state of Georgia, for SATB, collected by Dorothy G. Bolton, arr. by Harry T. Burleigh.  New York: Century Co., 1929.  x, 208p.  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress (29-22095), Schomburg.

Plantation melodies, old and new, for medium voice & piano, composed or transcribed by Harry T. Burleigh (1901).  New York: G. Schirmer, 1901 (#15445).  18p.  Text: poets include R. E. Phillips.   1. I doan’ want fu’t’ stay hyeah no longer [based on melody of Danville Chariot]; 2. Ma Laud’s a-writin’ down time [based on, he sees all you do an’ hyeas all you say; 3. When de deblle comes ‘round [based on You shall have er new hidin’ place dat day]; 4. De black-bird an’ de ol’ crow [based on we will go er-pickin’ up cohn]; 5. My Merlindy Brown [text: James Edwin Campbell]; 6. A Negro serenade; 7. Lullaby; 8. An ante-bellum sermon [text: Paul Laurence Dunbar, based on Joshua fit de battl’ ob Jericho].

6 Plantation melodies, for violin & piano (1901).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

Plantation songs, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  6, 5p.  (#882-7b).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- 1. I'll be dar to meet yo' (text: Beverly Garrison).

----- 2. Keep a good grip on de hoe (text: Howard Weeden).  Library: Spingarn.

The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh, for high voice & piano. Melville, NY: Belwin-Mills, 1984.
 

Individual titles:

A birthday song (1898).  New York: G. Schirmer. Text: Christina Rossetti.

A corn song, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  11p.  (#19).  Text: Paul Laurence Dunbar.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

---- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  11p.  (#20).  Library: Schomburg.

A fatuous tragedy, for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928. (#714)  .  (G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Text: Homer Brewer [Brower?==].  Library: Library of Congress.

A hymn for Christmas morning; blessed morn, for SATB (1899).  Text: Christopher Wadsworth.  Facsimile in LaBrew, International dictionary of musicians of color ==, p300.

A love song, for medium voice & piano.  Text: John E. Bruce.  Library: Schomburg (manuscript).

A New Year’s greeting

A song of rest, for high voice & piano.  Library: Yale (manuscript, 3p., with initials "F.B.G." and "H.T.B.").

Achievement, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  3p.  (#766)  Text: Francis B. Paine.  Library: Spingarn.

Adoration, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  5p.  (#NY 115).  Text: Dora Lawrence Houston.  Duration: 2:24. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano.  Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

---- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  5p.  (#NY 116).

Ain't goin' to study war no mo', for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  6p.  (#NY 268).  Library: Spingarn, Yale (manuscript, 3p.).

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p68-73.

----- for TTBB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Ricordi, 1955.  9p.  (#FCC 1737)  Library: Library of Congress.

And as the gulls soar, for low voice & piano (1905).  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  3p.  (#786)  Text: Francis Bacon Paine.  Duration: 0:50.

---- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

Apart, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  3p.  (#765).  Text: Francis Bacon Paine.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

---- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Are you smiling?, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1929.  Text: Hector McCarthy.

Balm in Gilead, for low voice & piano (1919).  New York: Franco Colombo, 1919 (#116579).. 5p.  Text: Jeremiah 8:22.  Duration: 2:11.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984 (#116579; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).  5p. 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p111-115.

CD: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano (1942).  Columbia Masterworks  Sony Classical MHK 63223 (1997, Songs of free men).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Alan Booth, piano.  Vanguard VSD-2035 (196?).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia ML-54106 (1958).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia MM 610 (1958).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Odyssey 32-16-02688 (1968, 1945).

----- for high voice & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1919.  5p.  (#116578).

AC: Arthur Jones, tenor; Ingrid Hansen Thomson, piano (1993/03/15).  Orbis Books (Wade in the water – Spirituals). 

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  9p.  (#FCC 1729).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1954, 1914.  7p.  (G. Ricordi & Co's 1654; The Ruggero Vené choral series of Harry T. Burleigh spirituals, #FCC 1654).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  5p.  (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female and mixed voices, 114199).

----- New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1682).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for TTBB.  New York: Ricordi, 1955.  8p.  (#FCC 1724) Library: Library of Congress.

Before meeting, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, ca. 1921 (#NY 64).  7p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

----- medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, c1921 (#NY 63).

Behold that star; a Christmas spiritual, for medium voice & piano (1928).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1944.  7p.  Words and melody from the collection of Thomas W. Talley, Nashville TN.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p123-127.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC 2592 (1962).

----- for SAB & piano or organ.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2167).

----- for SATB & piano or organ.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female and mixed voices, NY 785; Franco Colombo Inc. collection of part songs and choruses).  11p.

----- for SSA & piano or organ.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1298).

Bethlehem, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1929.  Text: E. Proctor Clarke.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

By an' by, for high voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116408).  5p. Duration: 2:16.  Library: Spingarn, Yale.

AC:  G. Carlton Hines, tenor; André Thomas, piano (1981/II/22, University of Ilinois-Urbana).

----- New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p103-105.

CD: Steven Cole, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

----- for low voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  5p.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1917 (Album of Negro spirituals)..  5p. (#116408).

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia ML-54106 (1945).

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia MM-610 (1945).

78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano. (1925).

AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982/VI/16).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

CD: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano (1945).  Columbia Masterworks Sony Classical MHK 63223 (1997, Songs of free men).

LP:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Classics Record Library 30-5647 (1976).

LP:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Odyssey 32-160268 (1968, 1945).

LP:  Unidentified performers.  RCA LM-3292.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Ven‚, for SAB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for SATB, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1736)

----- for SSA & piano, arr. by N. Clifford Page, for SSA & piano.   New York: Franco Colombo, 1927.  5p.  (#FCC 1658).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

By the pool at the third Rosses, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  6p.  (#116255).  Text: Arthur Symons.  Dedication: John McCormack.  Library: Spingarn

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for TTBB, arr. by James Haupt.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1934 (G. Ricordi's      AC:  G. Carlton Hines, tenor; André Thomas, piano (1981).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  5p.  Duration: 2:16.  Library: Library of Congress.

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia ML-54106 in MM-610 (1945, 1925).

AC: Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano.  (1982).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Classics Record Library 30-5647.

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Odyssey 32-160268 (1968).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  RCA LM-3292 (1976).

----- for SATB, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1736).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for SSA & piano, arr. by N. Clifford Page, for SSA & piano.   New York: Franco Colombo, 1927.  5p.  (#FCC 1658).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for TTBB, arr. by James Haupt.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1934.  9p.  (G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses; #NY 943)  Library: Library of Congress

Carry me back to the pine wood, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1909.  3p.  Text: Anonymous.  Duration: 1:35.  Library: Schomburg.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovan, piano.  Centaur 2252 (ca. 1996).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1909.  3p.  (#1164).  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Child Jesus comes from heavenly light, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1912.  Text: Anonymous.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1912.

Christ be with me, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1929.  Text: from St. Patrick's breastplate.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1906.

----- New York: G. Ricordi, 1929 (Chuch music; #NY 833).  6p.

Christmas bells (1896).

Come with me, for high voice & piano.  New York: G.  Ricordi, 1921.  7p.  (#NY 62).  Text: L. Kelsey ClenDening after St. Matthew 2:28.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.

----- for SATB.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.

Couldn't hear nobody pray, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  6p.  (#NY 240).  Library: Yale.

----- for high voice & SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1922.  7p.  (Franco Colombo series, FC 278).

----- for high voice & SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1922.  (#FCC 1985).

---- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922 (#NY 240).  6p. 

----- for high voice & SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1985).

----- for soprano & SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1922.  (#FCC 1978).

De blin' man stood on de road an' cried, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  6p.  (#NY 743; FC 1433).  Text: St. Mark 10:46-52.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  6p.  (#NY 742).  Library: Library of Congress.

AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano. (1982).

----- for SAB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2154).

----- for SATB with piano reduction, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1783).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1965.  9p.  (The Ruggero Vené choral series of Harry T. Burleigh Negro spirituals, #FCC 2153)

----- for SSSA.  New York: Ricordi, 1935.  9p.  (#NY1013).  Library: Library of Congress.

De creation and Scandalize my name, for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.

Dar's a meetin' here tonight, for high voice & piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1926 (#M-L-3329).  5p.

De blin' man stood on de road an' cried, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (#NY 743; FC 1433).  6p.  Text: St. Mark 10:46-52.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p99-102.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (#NY 742).  6p.

AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982/ .

CD: Leontyne Price, soprano; orchestra & chorus; Leonard DePaur, conductor.  BMG 09026-68157-2 (1996).

/16).==

----- for SAB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2154).

----- for SATB with piano reduction, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1783). 

CD: The Spirituals Project Choir.  The Spirituals Project (University of Denver) (ca. 2004).

----- for SSA & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1965 (The Ruggero Vené choral series of Harry T. Burleigh Negro spirituals, #FCC 2153).  9p.

----- for SSSA.  New York: Ricordi, 1935 (#NY1013).  9p.

De gospel train; Git on bo'd, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  6p.  (#NY 81)  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p115-118.

----- for low voice & piano (1914).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 80).

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1917 (Album of Negro spirituals). 

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  (1947).

CD: William Warfield, bass-baritone; John Arpin, piano.  Pro Arte CDD 3443 (1993, Spirituals). 

LP:  Inez Matthews, mezzo-soprano; Jonathan Brice, piano.  Period SLP-580 (195?). 

LP:  Inez Matthews, mezzo-soprano; Jonathan Brice, piano.  Period SPL-580 (1953). 

LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V).  RCA AVM-1-1735 (1976). 

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976). 

LP:  Thomas Carey, baritone; Hans-Peter Schmidt, organ.:  Da Camera Song SM-95028 (1970).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy, for SA or TB.  New York: G. Ricordi (#566).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2155).

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 659; FCC 659)

----- for SSA, arr. by Taylor, for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi  (#169).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#FCC 210)

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 80).

LP: Inez Matthews, mezzo-soprano; Jonathan Brice, piano.  Period SLP-580 (c1950).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976,1947).

LP: Thomas Carey, baritone; == Schmidt, organ.  ==.

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy, for SA or TB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#566).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2155).

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  (#NY 659; FCC 659).

----- for SSA, arr. by Taylor, for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#169).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#FCC 210).

Dear ol' NCC, for SATB.  n.p.?: North Carolina College, 1939.

Deep river, and Dig my grave, for SATTBB & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1941.  8p.  (#5815)  Library: Schomburg.  See also: 2 Negro spirituals (under Collections, above).==

----- for SSA, arr. by Deis, for SSA.  New York: G. Schirmer.  (#10073).

Didn't it rain?, for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel?, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer.  (#147)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2152).

----- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  9p.  (G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices; #NY 779)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1774)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.  8p.  (G. S. 8vo choruses, 6505).

Don't be weary traveler, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  5p.  (#NY 746).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  5p.  (#NY 744).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1780)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1898).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1826).

Don't you dream of turning back; Folksong, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#156).  5p.  Text: Jeremiah 22:10.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116600).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1781).  7p.

Don’t you weep when I’m gone, for medium voice & piano (1919).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116600)  Text: Jeremiah 22:10.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p180-183.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  7p.  (#FCC 1781)  Library: Library of Congress.

Down by the sea, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116540)  Text: G.O'Connell.  Library: Schomburg.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116539)  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

The dream love, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1923.  5p.  (#363-4).  Text: Alexander Groves.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Dreams tell me truly, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116424).  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Library: Spingarn.

Dreamland; Cradle song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  5p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

Dry bones, for high voice & piano.  New York: Galaxy Music.  Text: Ezekiel 37.  Dedication: Paul Robeson.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1930.  8p.    Library: Spingarn.

Elysium, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  6p.  (#116048)  Text: James Weldon Johnson. Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

Ethiopia saluting the colors, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  10p.  (#116339)  Text: Walt Whitman.  Library: Spingarn.

Ethiopia's paean of exaltation, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  15p.  (#NY 107; G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices)  Text: Anna J. Cooper.  Library: Library of Congress.

Everytime I feel the spirit, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925.  7p.  (#462).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp [?], piano.  Victor 2032.

AC: Bruce A. Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

----- for high voice, SATB & orchestra, arr. by Leonard DePaur.

LP: Leontyne Price, soprano; orchestra; chorus; Leonard DePaur, conductor.  RCA LSC-2600 (1962).

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925.  (#NY 488, FCC 488; G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1964.  (#FCC 1963)  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1964)  Library: Schomburg.

Exile, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  5p.  (#320).  Text: Inez Marie Richardson.  Library: Spingarn.

Ezekiel saw de wheel, for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  (#FCC 768).

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  (#FCC 699).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  (#FCC 700).

----- for SAB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  9p. (#FCC 1783)  Library: Library of Congress.

Fair Talladega, for medium voice & piano.  Talladega: Talladega College.  Text: William Pickens.

Father Abraham, for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.

Father to thee, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Frank J. Stanton.

A fatuous tragedy, for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  (#714).  Text: Homer Brewer [Brower?==].  (G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Library: Library of Congress.  May also exist for medium voice & piano.

Fragments, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116596).  Text: Jessie Fauset.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  3p.  (#116597).  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

From the Southland, for piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  30p.  1. Through moanin' pines; 2. The frolic; 3. In de col' moonlight; 4. Jubilee; 5. On bended knee; 6. A new hidin’ place.  Library: Spingarn

----- 4. A jubilee [reprinted in Etude, 1910]

VC: Geneva H. Southall, piano.  University of Minnesota (1974).

Il giovane guerrieroSee: The young warrior

Give me Jesus, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  5p.  (#NY 594).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#1734).  Library: Library of Congress.

Go down in de lonesome valley, for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1956.  7p.  (#FCC 1775).  Library: Library of Congress.

Go down, Moses, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920, 1917.  6p.  (#116427)  Text: Exodus 13.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

78rpm: Roland Hayes, tenor; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor 21002 (1922).

LP: Roland Hayes, tenor; Lawrence Brown, piano.  New World Records NW-247 (1976, 1922).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  Duration: 2:42.  Library: Library of Congress.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  HMV DA-1560 (1937).

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Victor 1799 (1937).

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia M 610/17467D in MM-610 (1945).

CD: Harry Burleigh, baritone; unidentified pianist.  Music and Arts == (1996; Dvořál discoveries).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976, 1952).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia ML-54106 (1968, 1945).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Odyssey 32-16-0268 (1968, 1945).

LP::Randolph Symonette, baritone; Leslie Harnley, piano.  Colosseum 1008.

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  Melville: Belwin-Mills.  (#2218).

----- for SATB, arr. by Kemmer.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1004).

----- for SATB, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1597).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1986).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  Melville: Belwin-Mills.  (#2115).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy, for SA or TB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#562).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1659).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Brewer, for TTBB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 51).

Go, tell it on the mountain, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  7p. (#NY 696)  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  (#FCC 817).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#1961).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#FCC 2155).

The gray wolf, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  11p.  (#116222)  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Hail to the king, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  Text: E. H. Sears.

De ha'nt, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#155)  Text: J. W. Pryor.  Library: Library of Congress.

Hard trials, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  7p.  (#116582).  Text: St. Matthew 8:20, 14:21.  .  Duration: 1:52.  Library: Spingarn

AC: Louise Parker, contralto; with piano.

LP: Leroy O. Dorsey, bass; Clyde Parker, piano.  KM 1702 1977.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Victor M-986 (1962).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SATB & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1956.  llp.  (#FCC 1787)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA, arr. by Taylor, for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#FCC 108).

Have you been to Lons?, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  7p.  (#116490).  Text: Gordon Longstone.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  (#116265).

He met her in the meadow, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  5p.  (#220).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  (#NY 234).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 223).

He sent me to you, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116132).  Text: Frederick H. Martens.  Library: Spingarn.

Hear de lambs a cryin', for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  7p.  (#NYC 641-5)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for medium voice & SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  13p.  (#NY 652).  Text: St. John 21:15-17.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SSAA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1987).

Hearts, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116242).  Text: C. M. Wilmerding.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Heav'n, heav'n, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  (#NY 79).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  6p.  (#NY 78).  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.  Duration: 2:37.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  HMV DB-2837  (1936).

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Royale 1765 (1936).

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Victor 8958B (1936).

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  New World NW-247 (1976, 1936)

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  8p.  (#NY 122; G. Ricordi's part songs & choruses for mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for TTBB & piano. New York: G. Ricordi.  (#FCC 224)  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 79; FCC 2156)  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy, for SA or TB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#567)  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Taylor, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 170).

Heigh ho!, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  7p.  (#603).  Text: James E. Campbell.  Library: Library of Congress,  Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

He's jus' de same today, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  7p.  (#116581).  Text: Exodus 14:22; I Samuel 17:49.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  (#116580).  Library: Library of Congress

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956. Library: Library of Congress.

His word is love, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  7p.  (#116075).  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Library: Spingarn.

Ho, ro, my nut brown maiden; old highland melody, for TTB (1930).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1930.  (#NY 847)  Library: Library of Congress.

Hold on, keep your hand on the plow, for medium voice & SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1938.  13p.  (#1113)  Library: Spingarn.

The hour glass, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  5p. (#114136).  Text: Alexander Groves.  "With incidental use of a theme from the liturgy of the Dresden church."  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

I couldn't hear nobody pray, for SATB.  New York: Church Hymnal Corporation, 1981 (Lift every voice and sing, ed. by Irene Jackson Brown, n54).

I don't feel no ways tired, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116410)  Text: Hebrews 11:14, 16.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Victor 1982.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1805).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2157).

----- for SSAA, arr. by Page, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1739).

I got a home in-a dat rock, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  7p.  (#NY 543).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  (#NY 543 [sic])  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 2150).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2149).

I hope my mother will be there, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  3p.  Library: Library of Congress.

I know de Lord's laid his hands on me, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#NY 495)  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1801).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  7p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2148).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  9p.  (#FCC 2147)  Library: Library of Congress.

I love my Jean, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  4p.  (#587-3)  Text: I lo'e my Jean by Robert Burns.  Library: Library of Congress.  See also: Jean.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

I remember all, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116601)  Text: Arthur Symons.

-----for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

I stood on de ribber ob Jerdon, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & orchestra.

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  London LPS-182 (1950).

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  Decca LM-4504 (1950).

-----for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  6p.  (#116506)  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

78rpm: HMV B-3381 (Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano)

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962). 

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1726)  Library: Library of Congress.

      for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2146)

      for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2145)

I want to be ready, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  (#116409)  Text: Revelations 21:16; Acts 2.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.  Duration: 1:25.

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor 22225 (1929).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  RCA LM-3292 (1972, 1929).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1785).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for SATB, arr. by Stone.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#2069).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2158).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#FCC 1649).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  Library: Schomburg.

I want to die while you love me, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116598).  Text: Georgia Douglas Johnson.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116599).  Library: Schomburg.

If life be a dream, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  6p.  (#673).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

I'll be dar to meet yo'; plantation song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  6p.  (#882-7a).  Text: Beverly Garrison.  Library:  Spingarn.

I'm a-rolling, for medium voice & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2048).

----- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  (#NY 421; G. Ricordi's part songs and choruses for mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Shelly and Foltz, for SATB.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1989).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2048).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Royal Stanton, for TTBB.  Glen Rock:  J. Fischer & Bro.  (#8554).

In Christ there is no east or west, for SATB.  New York: Church Hymnal Corporation, 1981 (Lift every voice and sing, ed. by Irene Jackson Brown, n108).

In summer, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  (#116419).  Text: Josephine Nicholls.  Library: Spingarn.

In the great somewhere, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  7p.  (#116557)  Text: Harold RobŠ==.  "Sung by John McCormack at all his engagements."  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116558).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116559).

In the wood of Finvara, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  (#116002)  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

It was nothing but a rose, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1910.  5p.  (#1237).  Text: anonymous.  Library: Spingarn.

I've been in the storm so long, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  7p.  (#NY 695).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for contralto, SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  (#FCC 1310).

Jean, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1903.  6p.  (#642).  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.  See also: I love my Jean.

78rpm: Ivor Fostor, baritone, with unidentified pianist.  Odeon 57666.

78rpm: Phillip Ritte, tenor, with unidentified pianist.  Pathé 79026 (ca. 1911).

78rpm: Evan Williams, tenor; with piano.  Victor 64280 (ca. 1906).

78rpm: Evan Williams, tenor; with piano.  HMV DA-392 (ca. 1906).

----- Madison Heights MI: Luck's Music Library.

----- for medium voice & orchestra.  Madison Heights MI: Luck's Music Library (02424).

John's gone down on de island, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116444).  Text: Revelations I.  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  9p.  (#FCC 1806).  Library: Library of Congress.

Join hands then, brothers of the faith, for SATB.  n.p.?: 1966 (The book of hymns [former title: The Methodist hymnal] n192).

----- for SATB.  n.p.?: n.d.? (The hymnal [of the former EOB Church]).

Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935.

----- for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1630).

----- for SATB with piano reduction, arr. by Jerry Sears.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1953.  (#NY 1630; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth, for SATB.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#935).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#934).

----- for SAB, arr. by Wayne Howorth, for SAB.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1293).

----- for SSA, arr. by Wayne Howorth, for SSA.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1051).

----- for TTBB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1708).  Library: Library of Congress.

Jubilee, for piano.

Just a-wearying for you, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  6p.  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Just because, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.

Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.  Text: Harry T. Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Just my love and I; boat song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  5p.  (#596-4).  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  5p.  (#595-4).  Library: Library of Congress.

Just you, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116130).  Text: Madge Marie Miller.  Dedication: Lucrezia Bori.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

78rpm: Herbert Witherspoon, bass, with unidentified pianist.  Victor 64535 (ca. 1918).

78rpm: Hubert Eisdell, tenor, with unidentified pianist. Columbia D-1370

----- for SSAA with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  4p.  (#NY 407; G. Ricordi & Co's part songs and choruses for women's voices).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 149).  Library: Schomburg.

The last goodbye, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908.  Text: Harry T. Burleigh.

Lawd, whatcha gonna do wid me?, arr. by Harry T. Burleigh.  Text: J. C. Johnson.  New York: Record Music, 1949.  Library: Library of Congress.

Let us cheer the weary traveller, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116577).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116576).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for ?.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 633).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1975).  Duration: 1:45.

LP: Leontyne Price, soprano; Rust College Choir; Lassaye van Buren Holmes, conductor.  RCA LSC-3182

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2143).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2144).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2143).

Life, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1898.  3p.  (#14095).  Text: John Boyle O'Riley.  Library: Spingarn.

Listen to yo' gyardian angel, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  6p.  (#NY 14).  Text: Robert Underwood Johnson.  Library: Spingarn.

Little child of Mary; de new-born baby, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1932.  5p.  (#NY 889).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with piano.  HMV DA-1427 (1935).

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for soprano & SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1141).

----- for soprano & SSA, arr. by Pickering, for solo soprano & SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1227).

Little David, play on your harp, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  6p.  (#NY 145).  Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 146).  Library:  Spingarn.

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115

----- New York: Belwin-Mills.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  8p.  (#FCC 1725).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1859).

The little house of dreams, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  5p.  (#340)  Text: Arthur Wallace Peach.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Little mother of mine, for high voice & piano.  London: G. Ricordi, 1917.  7p.  (#116440-5).  Text: Walter H. Brown.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.  See also: Mother o' mine.

78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with unidentified pianist.  HMV DA-289 (ca. 1918).

78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with unidentified pianist.  Victor 64778 (ca. 1918).

78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with piano.  Victor 755 (ca. 1918).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  7p.  (#116438).  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

78rpm: John Charles Thomas, baritone, with orchestra.  Star-Tone Records ST-216 (1943).

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#116476)  Library: Schomburg.

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SATB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (FCC 818).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Page, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1636).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by O'Hara, for SA or TB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 123).  Library: Schomburg.

Lonesome valley; Go down in the lonesome valley, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  5p.  (#NY 596).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

The Lord's prayer, for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  (#NY 65).

Love found the way, for for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  7p.  (#NY 309).  Text: Jesse Winne.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  7p.  (#NY 310)  Library: Spingarn.

Love watches; an Irish fragment, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  6p.  (#NY 15).  Text: George F. O'Connell.  Library: Spingarn.

Lovely dark and lonely one, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935.  3p.  (#1014).  Text: The dream keeper, by Langston Hughes.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn (presentation copy to H. P. Spingarn), Yale.

LP: John Patton, tenor; Susan Peters, piano (1972).

Love's dawning, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  5p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  5p.  (#883)  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Love's garden, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1902.  6p.  (#527)  Text: M. Heuchling.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

Love's likeness, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927.  5p.  (#694).  Text: Madge Marie Miller.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Love's pleading, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  6p.  (#585-4).  Text: Leontine Stanfield.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Malay boat song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  6p.  (#861).  Text: Laurence Hope.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Mammy's li'l baby; Cradle song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1903.  4p.  (#569).  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  "Specially composed for and sung by Mme. Schumann-Heink"  Library: Spingarn.

The man in white, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  (#NY 248).  Text: anonymous.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for TB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

Memory, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116218).  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

Mister banjo, for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1934.  9p.  (#952).  Melody and words of thr first verse froma plantation in St. Charles Parish LA, words of the second and third verses by Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

Mother and son, for medium voice & piano.

Mother o' mine, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  Text: Rudyard Kipling.  See also: Little mother o' mine.

My Lord, what a mornin', for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  6p. (#116493).  Text: Revelations 8:10.  Duration: 3:15.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

AC: Devonna Barnes Rowe, soprano; McCoy Ransom, piano (1982).

LP: Knoxville College Concert Choir; Nathan Carter, conductor.  Public 1-29591.

----- for low voice & piano.

78rpm: Marguerite d'Alvarez, contralto, with unidentified pianist. HMV DAe-796.

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor B2897

----- for SATTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#NY 412; 1713).

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1924.  7p.  (#FCC 412).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935.  7p.  (#FCC 1728).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  Melville: Belwin-Mills.  (#2080).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  (#FCC 1714).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for TTBB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1713).  Library: Library of Congress.

My Merlindy Brown, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1922.  (Folk songs of many people, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford)  Text: James Edwin Campbell.  see also: Plantation melodies.

My way's cloudy, for for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116445).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2159).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.

----- for SATB, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#FCC 1976).

Myrra, I know of two bright eyes, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1909. (#1177).  Text: anonymous.  Library: Spingarn.

Negro lullaby, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1901.  Text: James E. Campbell.

Nobody knows the trouble I've seen, high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116436).  Library: Spingarn.

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; Rupert Greenslade, piano.  London LPS-182 (1950).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1930, 1929, 1922 (Songs of the Americas, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford)  Library: Library of Congress.

78rpm: Marguerite d'Alvarez, contralto, with unidentified pianist.  HMV DAe-796 (1925).

LP: Ellabelle Davis; Rupert Greenslade, piano.  Decca LM-4504 (1952).

LP: Ellabelle Davis; Rupert Greenslade, piano.  London LPS-182 (1952).

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115

----- for  medium voice & piano.  G. Schirmer, 1922.  (Folk songs of many people, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1828).

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices, NY 406, #FCC 406).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1596).

----- for SSAATTBB, arr. by Fela Sowande.  (#1896).

----- for SSAATTBB, arr. by Kemmer.  (#1198).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#845).

----- New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 6513).

Now sleeps the crimson petal, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908.  5p.  (#1075).  Text: Alfred Lord Tennyson.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

O brothers, lift your voices, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  (#NY 413).  Text: Edward H. Bickersteth.

O Lord, have mercy on me, for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935.  5p.  (#NY 987).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1960).

LP: Illinois Wesleyan University Collegiate Choir; David Nott, conductor.  RPC CC-8.

----- for SSA & piano, arr. by Ruggero Ven‚, for SSA & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1972).

O love of a day, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  6p.  (#752).  Text: Randolph Hartley.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

O perfect day; wedding song, for high voice & piano.  Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.  7p.  Text: D. F. Blomfield.  Dedication: Dora J. Cole.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.  7p.  (#12268-6).

O perfect love; Wedding song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  7p.  Text: D.F. Bloomfield.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

O Peter, go ring-a dem bells, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  5p.  Text: Revelation 8:10.  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress, Yale.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  5p.  (#116494).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

AC: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  7p.  (#FCC 1779)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2161).

----- for SSA, arr. by Harris.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 447).

The prayer (1915).

O rocks, don't fall on me, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  7p.  (#NY 270).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.

----- for SATB, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1786).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo. (#FCC 2142).

----- for SSA, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2141).

O Southland, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part-songs and choruses for mixed voices, 116468; #1768).  Text:  James Weldon Johnson.  Library: Schomburg, Yale.

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1904.  7p.  (#116034; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part-songs and choruses for male voices).  Library: Schomburg.

O wasn't dat a wide ribber?, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#NY 434).  Library: Spingarn.

      AC: Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  11p.  (#FCC 1782).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1965).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1824).

O why art thou not near me?; Serenade song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  6p.  (#690).  Text: Anonymous.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Oh, didn't it rain?, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116528).  Text: Genesis 7:4.  .  Duration: 1:28.  Library: Fisk, Spingarn, Yale.

----- Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1971 (This is music for today, vol. 5, ed. by Sur, Tolbert, and Fisher, "offered with accompaniment by Lionel Clexx").

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116527)  Library: Fisk

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115.

AC: Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

AC: Louise Parker, contralto; Susan Peters, piano (1972).

AC: Edward Pierson, baritone; Donald Walker, piano.

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 1972.

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116552; FCC 1586).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1730).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2160).

Oh my love, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116591).  Text: Harriet Gaylord.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Oh rock me, Julie, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  3p.  (#152).  "Words and melody received by Mr. Krehbiel from Mr. George W. Cable; the melody is based on the whole tone scale"  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

AC: John Patton, tenor; Susan Peters, piano.  (1972).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  3p.  (#153).

Oh, wasn't dat a wide ribber?, medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Oh what a beautiful city, for medium voice & piano.

AC: Jessye Norman, soprano; Dalton Baldwin, piano.  (1977).

On bended knee, for orchestra.  See also ==

On Inishmaan, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  (#116425).  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

Once in royal David's city, for SATB.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  Text: C. F. Alexander.

One day, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  5p.  (#597-3).  Text: Mary Blackwell Sterling.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

One year, 1914-1915, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  3p.  (#116258-3).  Text: Margaret M. Harlan.  Library: Spingarn.

AC: John Patton, tenor; Susan Peters, piano. (1972)

Passing by, for TTBB,  arr. by Harry T. Burleigh, by Edward Purcell.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  (#754)  Text: Robert Herrick.

Passionale, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  1. Her eyes, twin pools; 2. Your lips are wine; 3. Your eyes so deep;  4. The glory of the day was in her fac. e 18p.  Text: James Weldon Johnson.  Library: Atlanta, CBMR, Schomburg, Yale.

-----1. Her eyes, twin pools.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116172).  Dedication: John McCormack.  Library: Spingarn.

----- 2. Your lips are wine.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  6p.  (#116173).  Library: Spingarn, Yale (also manuscript).

-----. 3. Your eyes so deep.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  7p.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale (also manuscript).

----- 4. The glory of the day was in her face.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  6p.  (#116175)  Library: Spingarn.

Perhaps, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  7p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Pilgrim, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908.  Text: Laurence Perry.  Library: Library of Congress (missing).

Po' lil Lulu, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1930, 1929, 1922.  (Songs of the Americas, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- New York: G. Schirmer, 1922.  (Folk songs of many people, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Library: Library of Congress.

The prayer, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116217).  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

The prayer I make for you, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  7p.  (#117)  Text: Harold RobŠ.===

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  7p.  (#118).

The promis' land; a hallelujah song, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#116344).  Text: Mrs. N. J. Corey.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#831).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1929.

----- for ?, arr. by Charles F. Bryan.  New York: J. Fischer.  (#J8134).

Request, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  5p.  (#814)  Text: Laurence Hope.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

6 Responses, for SATB.  New York: St. George's Church, 1926.  4p.  Texts selected by Rev. Karl       Reiland.

Ride on, King Jesus, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.

LP: Leroy O. Dorsey, bass; Clyde Parker, piano.  KM-1702 (1977).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976, 1947).

----- for SATB, arr. by Edward Boatner.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2225).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1735).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1970).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FFC 1969).

LP: Spelman College Glee Club; Roland L. Allison, conductor.  Mark Custom UMC-2117.

Ring, my bawnjer, ring; plantation song, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902.  3p.  (#16014).  Text: James E. Campbell.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Run to Jesus, for low voice & piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1926.  3p.  (#ML 3308).  "This song given to Jubilee Singers by Hon. Frederick Douglass at Washington, DC, with the interesting statement that it first suggested the thought of escaping from slavery."  Library: Spingarn.

The sailor's wife, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  7p.  (#116416).  Text: Mary Stewart Cutting.  Library: Spingarn.

Saviour divine, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  7p.  (#1030).  Text: R. Palmer.  Library: Spingarn.

Saviour, happy I would be, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1932.

Scandalize my name, for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Alan Booth, piano.  Monitor MPS-580.

Scandalize my name, and De creation, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  3p.  Library: Yale.

----- for TTBB.  5p.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  Library: Spingarn.

Since Molly went away, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  6p.  (#976)  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & orchestra.

78rpm: Emilio de Gorgorza, baritone, with orchestra.  Victor 64624 (1917).  Library: Spingarn.

Sinner, please don't let this harvest pass, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  (#116406).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976, 1947). 

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#116470).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2161)  Title: Sinner, please doan' let dis harves' pass.

Sleep li'l chile, go sleep, for low voice & piano.  New York: von Tilzer, 1902.  Text: George V. Hobart.  Library: Spingarn.

So sad, for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.

The soldier, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  8p.  (#116316).  Text: Rupert Brooke.  Library: Spingarn.

Some rival has stolen my true love away, for TTBB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1934.  5p.  (#NY 957; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses).  Library: Library of Congress.

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi..  [2:55].  Library: Library of Congress.

LP: Veronica Tyler, soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano.  BRC Productions (1980).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  Library: Library of Congress.

AC: Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano.  (1982).

AC: Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  6p.  (#116497).

----- New York: Franco Colombo, 1958.  (#FC 1433.  Library: Fisk, Spingarn.

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#116543).

----- New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1585).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1707).  Library: Library of Congress.

Somewhere, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  5p.  (#978).  Text: James Wheeden.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

A song of rest, for high voice & piano.  Library: Yale (manuscript, 3p., with initials "F.B.G." and "H.T.B.")

3 Songs, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1898.  1. A birthday song; (text: Christina Rosetti); 2. If you but know;  3. Life.  3 vols.  (#14093, 14094, 14095).

----- 2. If you but know.  Library: Schomburg.

----- 3. Life.  Library: Spingarn, Yale.

Southern lullaby, for soprano & SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  8p.  (#NY 22; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices)  Text: George V. Hobart.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Southland sketches, for violin & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  2 vols.  (#116310, 116313)

AC: Steven Shipps, violin; Paul Parmalee, piano; contains nos. 2 & 4) (1971).

AC: Steven Shipps, violin; Robert Morris, piano; contains no. 4) (1969).

Stan' still, Jordan, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  7p.  (#NY 598).  [5:55].  Library: Library of Congress.

LP: Daisy Jackson, soprano; Buckner Gamby, piano.  KM-1702 (1977).

LP: Isador Oglesby, tenor; John Miller, piano.  Praise 658 1979.

----- for low voice & piano.

----- for SATB. arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1977).

----- for SATBB, arr. by Fela Sowande.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1893).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2140).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2139).

Standin' in de need of prayer, for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Steal away, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  (#NY 158).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- New York: Belwin-Mills.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  6p.  (#NY 157).

----- New York: Belwin-Mills.

----- for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1830).

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#422, 120940; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1831).

----- for SSAA, arr. by Kemmer.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1321).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  8p.  (#FCC 1776).  Library: Library of Congress.

Swing low, sweet chariot, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#116451).  Text: II Kings 2:11.  [3:37].  Library: Spingarn.

78rpm: Nellie Melba, soprano, with unidentified pianist.  HMV DBe-989.

LP: Isador Oglesby, tenor; John Miller, piano.  Praise 658 (1979).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  Library: Library of Congress.

AC: Edward Pierson, baritone; Donald Walker, piano.

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972).

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#116564).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1595, 116010).

----- for SATB, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1706).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1598).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#564).

Tarry with me, o my saviour, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1911.  7p.  (#1283).  Text: C. L. Smith.  Library: Spingarn.

Tell me once more, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  7p.  (#116619).  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Dedication: Nessy Cappelli.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  7p.  (#116618).

The dove and the lily, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  7p.  (#116415)  "Sung by Mr. Charles Harrison."  Library: Spingarn.

Three shadows, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  7p.  (#116327).  Text: Dante Gabriel Rosetti.  Library: Spingarn.

AC: Robert Honeysucker, bass-baritone; Vivian Taylor, piano (1981).

Through love's eternity, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  5p.  (#904).  Text: C. C. Stoddard.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Through peace to light, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  7p.  Text: Adelaide Proctor.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Thy heart, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902.  3p.  (#15893).  Text: A. V. Williams Jackson, after a Sanskrit text.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Tide, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  5p.  (#768).  Text: Francis Bacon Paine.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Till I wake, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  7p.  (#116283).  Text: Laurence Hope.  "Sung by John McCormack."  Library: Spingarn.

Tis me, o Lord, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  5p.  (#116524)  Library: Spingarn.

----- for TTBB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#FCC 424; G. Ricordi & Co's parts songs for men's voices).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1971).

----- for SATB, arr. by Kemmer.  New York: Franco Colombo. (#1133).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2138).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#565).

Tis the day, for TTBB, arr. from Mattinata, by Ruggero Leoncavallo.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1932.  11p.  (#881; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of partsongs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress.

The trees have grown so since you went away, for for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1923.  5p.  (#NY 358-4).  Text: John Hanlon.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Two words, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908.  7p.  (#1155).  Text: William Oxenford.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Under a blazing star, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  6p.  (#116509)  Text: Mildred Seitz.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  6p.  (#116508).  Library: Spingarn.

The victor, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  7p.  (#116550).  Text: George O'Connell.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  7p.  (#116549).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  7p.  (#116548).

Wade in de water, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925.  7p.  (#NY 447).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1922.  (#FCC 1433).  Library: Library of Congress.

AC: Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982).

----- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925. (#FCC 487; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2065).

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#2116).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1967).

----- for SAB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#2219).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo. (#FCC 1966).

Waiting, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  6p.  (#703)  Text: Martha Gilbert Dickinson.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Walk together children, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1938.  (#FCC 2065).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.  5p.  (#1118).  Library: Spingarn.

The way o' the world, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  6p.  (#701).  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

We would see Jesus, for SATB.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Anonymous.

Weepin' Mary, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  3p.  (#116428).  Text: St. John 20:2, 22:11.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

AC: G. Carlton Hines, tenor; André Thomas, piano. (1981).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano. Victor 22225.

----- for SATB with optional piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SATB with optional piano.  New York: Franco Colombo.  5p.  (#FCC 1784).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2165).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2112).

Were I a star, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  5p.  (#116547).  Text: A. Musgrove Roberts.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116546).

Were you there?, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  5p.  [3:38].  Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

LP: Veronica Tyler, soprano; Ernest Ragogini, piano.  BRC Productions (1980).

----- for high voice & orchestra.

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  Decca LM-4504 (1950.)

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  London LPS-182 (1950).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  6p.  (#NY 446).  Library: Spingarn

      AC: Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.   Avant Garde AV-115.

LP: Sherrill Milnes, baritone; Jon Sprong, organ.  RCA ARL 1-1402 (1976).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  Library: Yale.

78rpm: Dame Clara Butt, contralto, with piano.  Columbia WA-6182.

78rpm: Dame Clara Butt, contralto, with piano. Columbia X-340.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanan, piano.  HMV DA-1670 (1938).

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanan, piano.  Victor 1966 (1938).

78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  GB-4480 (1925).

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano. RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976, 1947).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  RCA LM-3292 (1972, 1925).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Rutland Clapham, piano.  Starline SRS-5193.

----- for SA or TB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1337).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1494; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses formale, female and mixed voices).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1662).

----- for SATB & piano (simplified version).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925.  7p.  (Franco Colombo's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices, 592)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#778).

----- for SATB, arr. by William Hall.  Glen Rock: J. Fischer.  (#9311 or 9314?).

----- for SSA, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#777).

----- for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 693).

----- for SSAATTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#423; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Reproduced in The inclusion of Negro music as a course of study in the school curriculum, by Kenneth Brown Billups (thesis, M.M., Northwestern University, 1947).

AC: Evelyn White Chorale; Evelyn White, conductor.

LP: Illinois Wesleyan Choir; Lewis E. Wikehart, conductor.  PRC CC-4.

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#454).

When de angels call, for medium voice & piano.  New York: Everybody's Magazine, June 1901, p588-589.  Text: Howard Weeden.  Library: Schomburg.

When the twilight shadows fall, for medium voice & piano.  Library: Yale (manuscript, 2p.).

While shepherds watch their flocks, for SATB & organ.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Nahum Tate.

Who is dat yondah?; spiritual from the collection of Eva A. Jessye, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1930.  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: Galaxy Music, 1930.

You ask me if I love you, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  7p.  (#1011).  Text: Lillian Bennett Thompson.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

You goin' to reap jus' what you sow, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1938.  9p.  (#1134)  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

You may bury me in de eas', for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116444)  Text: I Corinthians 15:52.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn, Yale.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1799).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2164).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1823).

You'll git dar in de mornin'; plantation song, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902.  3p.  (#15894).  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for SSA.

The young warrior; il giovane guerriero, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  (#116235)  Text: James Weldon Johnson, after Eduardo Petri.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn, Yale.

----- for high voice & piano.  (#116781).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  (#116782).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for voice & orchestra.  Milano: G. Ricordi, 1916.  11p.  (#116783).  Library: Library of Congress.

Yours alone, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1909.  7p.  (#1195).  Text: Edward Oxenford.  Library: Spingarn.

ORPHAN

collection of part songs and choruses; #NY 943).  9p.

De creation [and Scandalize my name], for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.

De ha'nt, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi (#155).  Text: J. W. Pryor.  Library: Library of Congress.

Dear ol' NCC, for SATB.  n.p.?: North Carolina College, 1939.

Dear old pal of mine, for voice & piano (1918).

Deep river, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916 or 1917.  5p.  (#116059)  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

Deep river; Old Negro melody, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi,1917  (#116059).  5p.  Dedication: Miss Mary Jordan.  Duration: 2:20.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1917 (Album of Negro spirituals).  5p.  (#116059).

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p74-76.

----- for clarinet & piano, arr. by Marcus Eley. 

CD: Marcus Eley, clarinet; Lucerne DeSa, piano (1995).  Arabesque Recordings 26703 (1998, Welcome home). 

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  Dedication: Miss Mary Jordan.  Duration: 2:47.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  5p.  Dedication: Miss Mary Jordan.  Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Victor 2032.

      AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982).

      AC:  Bruce A. Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

AC: Byron Jones, bass-baritone; Terry Snowden, piano (1974).

      AC: Edward Pierson, baritone; Donald Walker, piano.

      LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115.

78rpm:  Nelson Eddy, baritone; orchestra; Nathaniel Shilkret, conductor; arr. by Manfield.  HMV DA-1585 (1937).

78rpm:  Nelson Eddy, baritone; orchestra; Nathaniel Shilkret, conductor; arr. by Manfield.).  Victor 4371 (1937).

      AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982/VI/16). 

      AT:  Bruce A. Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano (197?). 

      AT: Byron Jones, bass-baritone; Terry Snowden, piano (1974/XI/19, Peabody Concert Hall).

AT:  Edward Pierson, baritone; Donald Walker, piano.  Library: Lerma.

      CD: Randye Jones, soprano; Francis Conlon, piano.  Ahhjay Records Ahhj-0001 (Come down angels).

      LP:  Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115.  Library: Lerma.

---- for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Manfield. 

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Boudon, conductor (1923/XII/23).  Victor 19227-A.

78rpm: Nelson Eddy, baritone; orchestra; Nathaniel Shilkret, conductor; Manfield, arr.) Victor 4371 (1937.).

78rpm: HMV DA-1585 (Nelson Eddy, baritone; orchestra; Nathaniel Shilkret, conductor; arr. by Manfield.  (1937).

      LP:  William Warfield, baritone; Columbia Symphony Orchestra; Lehman Engel, conductor.  Columbia AAL-32 (c1953).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1957.  Library: Schomburg. 

45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/14).  Victor ERB-7006.

78rpm: Ezio Pinza, bass; Gibner King, piano.  Columbia 17383D.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  Victor 2032.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  His Masters Voice DA-1676.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Lawrence Brown, piano (1928/VIII/28).  Victor 22015-A.

      78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor 20793 (1925).

AC: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. (Art songs and spirituals by Black Americans). 

AT:  Byron Jones, bass-baritone; Terry Snowden, piano.  Library: Lerma.

CD: Arthur Wooley, bass; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

CD: Harry T. Burleigh, baritone; Arthur Woodley, bass; Collegiate Chorale; Harmonie Ensemble of New York; Stephen Richman, conductor.  Music & Arts 926 (Dvořák discoverines). 

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; ==.  Memoir Classics 432. 

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/14).  RCA 09026-63306-2.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  Pro Arte CDD 3447 (1993, Tribute).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  Nimbus NI 7882.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Lawrence Brown, piano (1928/VIII/28).  Magnum Music MCCD 017.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Lawrence Brown, piano (1928/VIII/28).  His Masters Voice  B-2828-A.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Lawrence Brown, piano (1928/VIII/28).  Pearl GEMM 9318.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

CD: William Warfield, bass-baritone; John Arpin, piano. Pro Arte CDD 3443 (1993, Spirituals). 

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972). 

LP:  New World Records NW-247 (Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano) 1976, 1925.

LP:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  RCA LM-3292 (1972).

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano. Avant Garde AV-115 . 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/14).   Victor LRM-7006-A.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/14).  Victor LM-2032.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/14).  Victor LPM-1765 (Best loved sacred songs, vol. 1).

      LP: Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano) 1972. 

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano (1927/V/10).  New World Records NW-247 (1976).

----- for medium voice & TTBB, arr. by Frank La Forge.

      78rpm: Frances Alda, soprano, with male quartet.  Victor 1268 (c1927).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy.  (#568).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SAB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1953.  (#FCC 1616).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

LP: Virginia Union University Choir; Odell Hobbs, conductor.  Richmond Sound Stages RSSWO-626 (1970).

----- for organ.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1953, 1917  (The Ruggero Vené choral series of Harry T. Burleigh Negro spirituals, FCC 1615).  5p.  Library: Schomburg.    

LP:  Virginia Union University Choir; Odell Hobbs, conductor.  Richmond Sound Stages RSSWO-626 (1970).

----- for SATB, arr. by Baldwin.  New York: G. Schirmer (#9020).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Baldwin.  New York: G. Schirmer (#10073).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené [and Page?].  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1576).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for TTBB.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1917 (#1647).  5p.  Library: Schomburg.

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Schirmer (#10069).

----- for orchestra, arr. by Harry T. Burleigh and Agide Jacchia (1926).  4p.  Instrumentation: 2122, English horn; 4221; percussion; organ; strings.  Library: Library of Congress (manuscript).  Facsimile of holograph in LaBrew International dictionary of musicians of color, p301-303.

----- for string quartet, arr. by Alfred Pochon.

78rpm:  Flonzaley Quartet. Victor 1276 (c1927).

----- for violin & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116379.3).  3p.  Library: Schomburg.

      78rpm:  Borrah Minevitch, violin [?].  Columbia BF-102.

78rpm:  Jascha Heifetz, violin; Milton Kaye, piano.  Decca A-385.

      AT:  Steven Shipps, violin; Paul Parmalee, piano  (1971). 

      AT:  Steven Shipps, violin; Robert L. Morris, piano (1969/VI/18). 

LP: Jascha Heifetz, violin & arranger; [Brooks Smith?], piano.  MCA 42212 (The Decca masters).

Deep river, and Dig my grave, for SATTBB & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1941 (#5815).  8p.  Library: Schomburg.  See also: 2 Negro spirituals.

----- forSSA, arr. by Deis, for SSA.  New York: G. Schirmer (#10073).

Didn't it rain?, for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997).

Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel?, for medium voice & piano (1921).  New York: G. Schirmer  (#147)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p184-186.

AC: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. (Art songs and spirituals by Black Americans). 

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2152).

----- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928  (G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices; #NY 779).  9p. 

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1774).

---- for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916 (G. S. 8vo choruses, 6505). 8p.

Don't be weary traveler, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (#NY 746).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p18-20.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  5p.  (#NY 744)  Library: Spingarn.

      CD: Anthony Brown, baritone.  The spiritual project (Toil and triumph).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1898).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1780).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1826).

Down by the sea, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  (#116540).  6p.  Text: G. O'Connell.  Library: Schomburg.

----- for  low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116539). 6p. 

Dreams tell me truly, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116424).  6p.  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Library: Spingarn.

Dreamland; Cradle song, for medium voice & piano (1905).  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  5p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

Dry bones, for high voice & piano.  New York: Galaxy Music, 1930.  Text: Ezekiel 37. 

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1930.  8p.  Dedication: Paul Robeson.  Library: Spingarn.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.  Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

Elysium, for high voice & piano (1914).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914 (#116048).  6p.  Text: James Weldon Johnson.  Duration: 2:04.   Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

Ethiopia saluting the colors, for low voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916   (#116339).  10p.  Text: Walt Whitman.  Library: Spingarn.

----- New York: G. Schirmer (#116339)  10p.  Text: Walt Whitman.  Duration: 5:43.

CD: Hilda Harris, mezzo-soprano; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.: Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

Ethiopia's paean of exaltation, for medium voice & piano (1921).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  Text: Anna J. Cooper.  Duration: 5:40.

---- for for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 107; G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).   15p.  Library: Library of Congress.

      CD: Paul Shaw, piano; VocalEssence Ensemble Singers; Phillip Brunelle, conductor.  Clarion CLR 907 CD (2004;  The witness collection; Got the Saint Louis blues).  Liner notes: Dominique-René de Lerma.

Everytime I feel the spirit, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925 (#462)  7p.

      78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp [?], piano.  Victor 2032.

      AT:  Bruce A. Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano (197?).  Library: Lerma.

----- for high voice, SATB & orchestra.

      LP: Leontyne Price, soprano; orchestra; chorus; Leonard DePaur, conductor, arr.  RCA LSC-2600 (1962). 

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1964.  (#FCC 1963). 

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925.  (#NY 488, FCC 488; G. Ricordi's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices). 

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1964). 

Evening song. 

LP: Virginia State University Choir; Virginia Union University Choir; Odell Hobbs, Johnella Edmonds, conductors (1990/02/11). Gerald Lewis Recording LC-9019.

Ev’rytime I feel the spirit, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925 (#462). 7p.  Duration: 2:10.  

----- Melville:  Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1917 (Album of Negro spirituals).

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p5-9.

CD: Osceola Davis, soprano;  Ilmo Ranta, piano.  Ondine ODE 715-2 (1988, Negro spirituals).  Liner notes: Pekka Hako, in English and Finnish.  (7p.)

CD: Leontyne Price, soprano; Rust College Choir; Lassaye van Buren Holmes, conductor.  BMG 09026-68157-2(1996). 

CD: Hilda Harris, mezzo-soprano; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

---- for high voice, SATB & orchestra, arr. by Leonard DePaur. 

CD: Leontyne Price, soprano; orchestra & chorus; Leonard DePaur, conductor.  BMG 09026-68157-2 (1996). 

LP: Leontyne Price, soprano; orchestra & chorus; Leonard DePaur, conductor.  RCA LSC-2600 (1962).

Exile, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922 (#320).   5p. Text: Inez Marie Richardson.  Library: Spingarn.

Ezekiel saw de wheel, for SAB & piano, arr. by Ruggiero Vené, for SAB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#FCC 1783). 9p.  Text based on Ezekiel 10:9-13.

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (#FCC 768).

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (#FCC 699).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928 (#FCC 700).

----- New York: Belwin-Mills, 1928, 19??.

Fair Talladega, for medium voice & piano.  Talladega: Talladega College.  Text: William Pickens.

Father Abraham, for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.

Father to thee, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Frank J. Stanton.

Fragments, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116596).  Text: Jessie Fauset.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  3p.  (#116597),  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

From the Southland, for piano.   New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  30p.  1. Through moanin' pines;  2. The frolic; 3. In de col' moonlight; 4. A jubilee; 5. On bended knee; 6. A new hidin' place.  Duration: 17:00.  

CD: Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

----- 4. A jubilee [reprinted in Etude, 1910].

      VC: Geneva H. Southall, piano.  University of Minnesota (1974)

Give me Jesus, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926. 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p39-41.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926 (#NY 594).  5p.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#1734).  7p.

Go down, Moses, for high voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920, 1917  (#116427).  6p.  Text: Exodus 8, 13.  Duration: 2:14.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984 (The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p42-45.

      78rpm: Roland Hayes, tenor; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor 21002 (1922).

AC: Arthur Jones, tenor; Ingrid Hansen Thomson, piano (1993/III/15).  Orbis Books (Wade in the water – Spirituals).   

LP:  Roland Hayes, tenor; Lawrence Brown, piano.  New World Records NW-247 (1976).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920.  Duration: 2:42.  Library: Library of Congress.

45rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/04).  Victor ERB-7006.

78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/II/04).  RCA Victor 1799-A (1937).

78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  HMV DA-1560 (1937).

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia M 610/17467D in  MM-610 (1945).

CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

      CD: Harry Burleigh, baritone; unidentified piano (1919).  Music & Arts CD 926 (1996; Dvořák discoveries).  Liner notes: Benjamin Folkman.

CD: Jewel Bleckinger, mezzo-soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04; Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/II/04). Fanfare CDD 3447.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/II/04).  Flapper PAST 7073.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/04). RCA 09026-633996-2,

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936//04).  Pro Arte CDD 3447 (1993, Tribute).  

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/II/04).  Memoir Classics CDMOIR 432.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/II/04).  Nimbus NI 7882.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/II/04).  Pearl GEMM 9405.

CD: The Spirituals Project Choir.  The Spirituals Project (University of Denver) c2004.

CD: William Warfield, bass-baritone; John Arpin, piano.  Pro Arte CDD 3443 (1993, Spirituals). 

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976). 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/04).   Victor LRM-7006-A.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/04).  Victor LM-2032.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1952/V/04). Victor LM-2564 (60 years of music America loves best).

     LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  (1952).

     LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Columbia ML-54106.

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano. Odyssey 32-16-0268

(1968, 1945). 

     LP: Randolph Symonette, baritone; Leslie Harnley, piano.  Colosseum 1008.

LP: Roland Hayes, tenor; Lawrence Brown, piano (1922).  New World Records NW-247  (1976, 1922). 

----- for medium voice & orchestra.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Bourdon, conductor (1924/III/24).  Not issued.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Bourdon, conductor (1924/IV/18).  Not issued.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Prince, conductor (1924/V/20).  Victor 19370-B.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Prince, conductor (1924/V/29).  RCA CD 7911-2-RG.

----- for low voice & orchestra, orchestrated by James DePreist.  Première: 1966/VII/9; Chicago; Grant Park; Marian Anderson, contralto; James DePreist, conductor.

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo (#562).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  Melville: Belwin-Mills (#2115).

----- for SAB, arranged by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1986).

----- for SATB, arr. by Kemmer.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1004).

----- for SATB, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1597).

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  Melville: Belwin-Mills (#2218).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1659).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Brewer.  New York: Franco Colombo  (#FCC 51).

Go, tell it on the mountain; Christmas song of the plantation, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#NY 696)  7p.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p152-156.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi (#FCC 2155)

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#FCC 817).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi (#1961).

Go down in de lonesome valley, for high voice & piano.  ==:==, 1926.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p87-89.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1956 (#FCC 1775).  7p.

Hail to the king, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  Text: E. H. Sears.

Hard trials, for medium voice & piano (1919).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116582).    7p.  Text: St. Matthew XXIV, 21; VIII, 20. Duration: 1:52.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984 (The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). Text: St. Matthew 8:20, 14:21.  Duration: 1:52.   

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p157-161.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1941/IX/09).  Victor 10-1124-B.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Victor M-986.

      AT: Louise Parker, contralto; with unidentified piano. 

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1941/IX/09).  Flapper PAST CD 7073.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/30).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997). 

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.: Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

      LP: Leroy O. Dorsey, bass; Clyde Parker, piano.  KM 1702 (1977).  .

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/30).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962). 

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1956  (#FCC 1787).  11p.

----- for SSA, arr. by Taylor.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#FCC 108).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.

Have you been to Lons?, fpr high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920  (#116490).   7p.  Text: Gordon Longstone.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920 (#116265).

He met her in the meadow, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921  (#220).  5p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 234).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 223).

He sent me to you, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116132).  5p.  Text: Frederick H. Martens.  Library: Spingarn.

Hear de lambs a cryin', for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#NYC 641-5).  7p.  Text: St. John 21:15-17. 

----- for medium voice & SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#NY 652).  13p. 

----- for SSAA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1987).

Hearts, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116242).  Text: C. M. Wilmerding.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Heav'n, heav'n, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 78).  6p.  Duration: 2:37.

He sent me you, for high voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  5p.  (#116132)  Text: Frederick H. Martens.  Duration: 2:01. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

He's jus' de same today, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116581)  7p.  Text: Exodus 14:22; I Samuel 17:49.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p106-110.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914 (#116580). 

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.

Hear de lambs a crying, for medium voice & piano (1927).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927. Text: St. John 21:15-17.  

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p167-171.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.  Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

Heav’n, heav’n, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 79). 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p79-82.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/I/14).  RCA Victor 8958-B.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; William King, piano (1930).  Artiphon D-11749.

      CD: :Jewel Bleckinger, mezzo-soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04; Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/I/14).  Eklipse EKR 26.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/I/14).  Fanfare CDD 3447.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/I/14).  Nimbus NI 7882.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/I/14).  Memoir Classics CDMOIR 432.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936/I/14).  RCA 09026-63306-2.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; William King, piano (1930).  Flapper PAST CD 7073.

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

---- for medium voice & orchestra.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Prince, conductor (1923/V/20).  Victor 19370-B.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Bourdon, conductor (1924/III/24).  Not issued.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Bourdon, conductor (1924/IV/18).  Not issued.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Prince, conductor (1924/V/20).  Eklipse EKR CD 26.

      78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.   HMV DB-2837 (1936).

      78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Victor 8958B (1936).

      LP:  Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972).  Library: Lerma.

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962).  Library: Lerma.

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  New World NW-247 (1976).  Library: Lerma.

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Royale 1765 (195?).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy, for SA or TB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#567).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  8p.  (#NY 122; G. Ricordi's part songs & choruses for mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Taylor, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 170).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SAB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 79; FCC 2156).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for TTBB & piano. New York: G. Ricordi.  (#FCC 224).  Library: Schomburg.

Heigh ho!, for low voice & piano (1904).  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#603).  7p.  Text: James E. Campbell.  Duration: 2:58.  Library: Library of Congress,  Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

His word is love, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914 (#116075).  7p.  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Library: Spingarn.

Ho, ro, my nut brown maiden; Old highland melody, for TTB (1930).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1930 (#NY 847).  Library: Library of Congress.

Hold on, keep your hand on the plow, for medium voice & SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1938  (#1113). 13p.  Library: Spingarn.

I couldn't hear nobody pray, for SATB.  ==: 1922.

----- New York: Church Hymnal Corporation, 1981 (Lift every voice and sing, ed. by Irene Jackson Brown, n54).

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p83-86.

I don't feel no ways tired, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116410).  6p. Text: Hebrews 11:14, 16.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano. ==:==, 1917.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p129-132.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano(1938/I/06).   Not issued.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  His Masters Voice DA-1676.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  Victor 1982.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano.  Victor 1982.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1938/XI).  Nimbus NI 7882.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2157).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1805).

----- for SSAA, arr. by Page, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1739).

I got a home in-a dat rock, low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  (#NY 543[sic]).  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  (#NY 543 [sic]).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p21-25.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 2150).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2149).

I got a robe.

 CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1936).  Pro Arte CDD 3447 (1993, Tribute).  LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972). 

----- for high voice & piano. 

AC: Arthur Jones, tenor; Ingrid Hansen Thomson, piano (1993/III/15).  Orbis Books (Wade in the water – Spirituals).  

CD: Steven Cole, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

I hope my mother will be there, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  3p. 

I know de Lord's laid his hands on me, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (#NY 495).  7p.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p90-94.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.

      CD: Anthony Brown, baritone.  The spiritual project (Toil and triumph).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2148).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  7p. 

----- for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1801)

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  9p.  (#FCC 2147) 

I love my Jean, for high voice & piano (1904).  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#587-3).  4p.  Text: I lo'e my Jean by Robert Burns.  Library: Library of Congress.  See also: Jean.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

I remember all, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116601).  6p.  Text: Arthur Symons.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

I stood on de ribber ob Jerdon, for high voice & piano (1918).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.

---- for high voice & orchestra. 

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  Decca LM-4504 (1950).

I stood on de ribber ob Jerdon, for high voice & piano (1918).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918. 

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984 (The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p95-98.

----- for high voice & orchestra.

LP:  Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  Decca LM-4504 (1950).

LP:  Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  London LPS-182 .

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918 (#116506).  6p.

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  HMV B-3381

      LP:  Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115. 

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962). 

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2146).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#FCC 1726).  7p.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2145).

----- for low voice & piano.   New York: G. Ricordi, 1918   (#116506).  6p. 

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  HMV B-3381

CD: Marian Anderson,  contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997). 

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/30).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

      LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115.  

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/30).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962). 

I want to be ready, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116409).  5p.  Text: Revelations== 21:16; Acts 2.  Duration: 1:25.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984 (The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p195-197.

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor 22225 ( (1929).

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano (1929/10/VIII).  RCA LM-3292 (1972).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#2158). 

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1785).  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for SATB, arr. by Stone.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#2069).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#FCC 1649). 

I want to die while you love me, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116598).  Text: Georgia Douglas Johnson.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116599).  6p.

If life be a dream, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#673).  6p. 

If you but knew, for medium voice & piano (1898).  New York: G. Schirmer, 1898 (#14094).  5p.  Text: The Martian, translated from French.  Library: Schomburg.

I'll be dar to meet yo'; Plantation song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905 (#882-7a).  6p.  Text: Beverly Garrison.  Library:  Spingarn.

Il giovane guerriero.  see: The young warrior

I'm a-rolling, for medium voice & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo (#2048)

----- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (#NY 421; G. Ricordi's part songs and choruses for mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2048).

----- for SATB, arr. by Shelly and Foltz.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#1989).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Royal Stanton.  Glen Rock:  J. Fischer & Bro. (#8554).

In Christ there is no east or west, for SATB.  New York: Church Hymnal Corporation, 1981 (Lift every voice and sing, ed. by Irene Jackson Brown, n108).

In summer, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116419).  5p.  Text: Josephine Nicholls.  Library: Spingarn.

In the great somewhere, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919  (#116557).  7p.  Text: Harold Robé.  "Sung by John McCormack at all his engagements."  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116558).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116559).

In the wood of Finvara, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116002).  5p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

It was nothing but a rose, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1910  (#1237).   5p.  Text: anonymous.  Library: Spingarn.

I've been in the storm so long, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927  (#NY 695).   7p.  Duration: 2:46.  Library: Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p162-166.

----- for soprano, SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#FCC 1310).

CD: Barbara Hendricks, soprano; Moses Hogan Singers; Moses Hogan, conductor.  EMI 7243 5 56683 2 (1998; Give me Jesus).  Liner notes: Barbara Hendricks, Adelaïde de La Place (English translation by Hugh Graham, German translation by Gudrun Meier, Frnch translations by Michel Roubinet).  31p.

Jean, for high voice & piano (1903).  New York: William Maxwell, 1903.  6p. Text: Frank L. Stanton. 

78rpm:  Evan Williams, tenor; with piano.  HMV DA-392 (c1906).

      78rpm:  Evan Williams, tenor; with piano. Victor 64280 (c1906).

      78rpm:  Phillip Ritte, tenor, with piano  Pathé 79026 (c1911).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1903.  6p.

----- for medium voice & piano (1903).  New York: William Maxwell, 1903 (#642).  6p.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn. 

----- Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.

      78rpm:  Ivor Fostor, baritone, with piano.  Odeon 57666. 

----- for medium voice & orchestra.  Madison Heights MI: Luck's Music Library (02424).

John's gone down on de island, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116444).  6p.  Text: Revelations I==  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p133-136.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1806).  9p. Library: Library of Congress.

Join hands then, brothers of the faith, for SATB.  n.p.?: 1966 (The book of hymns [former title: The Methodist hymnal] n192.

----- n.p.?: n.d.? (The hymnal [of the former EOB Church]).

Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p192-194.

AC: Arthur Jones, tenor; Ingrid Hansen Thomson, piano (1993/03/15).  Orbis Books (Wade in the water – Spirituals). 

CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: William Warfield, bass-baritone; John Arpin, piano.  Pro Arte CDD 3443 (1993, Spirituals).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#934).

----- for SAB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#1293).

----- for SATB with piano reduction, arr. by Jerry Sears.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1953  (#NY 1630; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices).  Library: Library of Congress

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#935).

----- for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1630).

----- for SSA, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#1051).

----- for TTBB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené, for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#FCC 1708).  7p. Library: Library of Congress.

Jubilee, for piano.

Just a-wearying for you, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.   6p.  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Just because, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  Text: Harry T. Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Just because, for medium voice & piano (1906).  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  Text: Harry T. Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- Philadelphia: Theodore Presser,  1914.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Just my love and I; Boat song, for high voice & piano (1904).  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#596-4). 5p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#595-4).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Just you, for high voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116130).  5p.  Text: Madge Marie Miller.  Dedication: Lucrezia Bori.  Duration: 1:40.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

      78rpm:  Herbert Witherspoon, bass, with piano.  Victor 64535 (c1918).

78rpm:  Herbert Witherspoon, bass, with piano.  Victor 64535 (c1918).

      78rpm:  Hubert Eisdell, tenor, with piano.  Columbia D-1370.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- for SSAA with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#NY 407; G. Ricordi & Co's part songs and choruses for women's voices)   4p. Library: Library of Congress.

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi. (#NY 149).  Library: Schomburg.

Lawd, whatcha gonna do wid me?, for voice & piano. Text: J. C. Johnson.  New York: Record Music, 1949.  Library: Library of Congress.

Let us cheer the weary traveller, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.    (#116577).  6p.   Duration: 1:45..  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p176-179.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116576).  6p. Library: Library of Congress.

----- for ?==.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#NY 633).

----- for organ [?].

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.(#FCC 2144).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1975). 

CD: Leontyne Price, soprano; Rust College Choir; Lassaye van Buren Holmes, conductor.  BMG 09026-68157-2(1996).

LP:  Leontyne Price, soprano; Rust College Choir; Lassaye van Buren Holmes, conductor.  RCA LSC-3182 (==).  .

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2143).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.(#FCC 2143).

Life, == (1898).  New York: G. Schirmer.

Listen to yo' gyardian angel, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920   (#NY 14).  6p.  Text: Robert Underwood Johnson.  Library: Spingarn.

Little child of Mary; De new-born baby, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1932 (#NY 889).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

      78rpm:  John McCormack, tenor, with piano.  HMV DA-1427 (1935).

---- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi. Library: Library of Congress.  “From the Negro spiritual, De new-born baby.”   Reproduced at http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/rbm/anderson/spirimage3.html.  7p.  Consulted 2003/X/7.

---- for soprano & SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1141).

---- for soprano & SSA, arr. by Pickering.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1227).

Little mother of mine, for high voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  7p.  (#116440-5)  Text: Walter H. Brown.

Little David, play on your harp, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 145).  6p.  Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

----- New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p60-63.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 146).  Library:  Spingarn.

----- New York: Belwin-Mills.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.  Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115 SD.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#FCC 1725).  8p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1859).

Little mother of mine, for high voice & piano.  London: G. Ricordi, 1917  (#116440-5).  7p.  Text: Walter H. Brown.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.  See also: Mother o' mine.

-----for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#116438). 
      7p. 

      78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with piano.  HMV DA-289 (c1918).

      78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with piano.  Victor 64778 (c1918).

      78rpm: John McCormack, tenor, with piano.  Victor 755 (c1918).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917  (#116438).  7p.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

---- for medium voice & orchestra. 

      LP:  John Charles Thomas, baritone, with orchestra.  Star-Tone Records ST-216 (1943).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by O'Hara, for SA or TB.  New York: G. Ricordi. (#NY 123).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SATB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (FCC 818).  Library: Schomburg.

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi  (#116476).  Library: Schomburg.

---- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1636).

---- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  Library: Schomburg.

Lonesome valley; Go down in the lonesome valley, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926 (#NY 596).  5p.  Library: Spingarn.

---- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Lord, I can’t stay away.  

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; unidentified piano.  Memoir Classics 432.

Love found the way, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922 (#NY 309).   7p.  Text: Jesse Winne.  Library: Spingarn.

---- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922 (#NY 310).  7p.  Library: Spingarn.

Love watches; An Irish fragment, for high voice & piano,after a melody by George F. O’Connell.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920 (#NY 15).  6p.  Text: George F. O'Connell.  Duration: 2:28.  Library: Spingarn.

CD: Steven Cole, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

Lovely dark and lonely one, for medium voice & piano (1934).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935 (#1014).  3p.  Text: The dream keeper, by Langston Hughes.  Duration: 2:06.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn (presentation copy to H. P. Spingarn), Yale.

AT:  John Patton, tenor; Susan Peters, piano (1972, Indiana University).

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.: Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

CD: Philip Creech, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh). 

      LP: John Patton, tenor; C. Edward Thomas, piano.  Narthex Recording N-69085 (c1969; Black spirituals and art songs).

Love's dawning, for high voice & piano (1906).  New York: William Maxwell, 1906 (#3411).  5p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

---- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906 (#883).  5p.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

Love's garden, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1902 (#527).  6p.  Text: M. Heuchling.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg, Spingarn.

Love's likeness, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1927 (#694).  5p.  Text: Madge Marie Miller.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Love's pleading, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#585-4).  6p.  Text: Leontine Stanfield.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Malay boat song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906 (#861).  6p.  Text: Laurence Hope.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Mammy's li'l baby; Cradle song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1903 (#569).  4p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  "Specially composed for and sung by Mme. Schumann-Heink."  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

Memory, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116218).  5p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

Mister banjo, for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1934 (#952).  9p.  Melody and words of the first verse froma plantation in St. Charles Parish LA, words of the second and third verses by Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

Mother and son, for medium voice & piano.  Text: Langston Hughes.

Mother o' mine, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914.  Text: Rudyard Kipling.  See also: Little mother o' mine.

---- for TTBarB.

CD: Morehouse College Quartet [Shaun Anderson, James Duke, tenors; Illya Davis, baritone; Troy  Ellis, bass].  MHCG (1990, For Doc, a brothers’ tribute in song).

Music sweet, for high voice & piano.

 CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovan, piano   Centaur 2252 (c1996).

My Lord, what a mornin',  for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918 (#116493).  6p.  Text: Revelations 8:10. Text based on Matthew 24:29-31.  ==  Duration: 3:15.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p30-33.

----- for high voice & piano. 

AC:  Devonna Barnes Rowe, soprano; McCoy Ransom, piano (1982; Fisk University). 

CD: Barbara Hendricks, soprano.  EMI 7245 5 566683 2 (1998, Give me Jesus). 

CD: Barbara Hendricks, soprano; Moses Hogan Singers; Moses Hogan, conductor.  EMI 7243 5 56683 2 (1998; Give me Jesus).  Liner notes: Barbara Hendricks, Adelaïde de La Place (English translation by Hugh Graham, German translation by Gudrun Meier), text translations in French by Michel Roubinet.  31p.

---- for low voice & piano. (1918).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.

      45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor WDM-1238.

      78rpm:  Marguerite d'Alvarez, contralto, with piano.  HMV DAe-796.

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor B2897.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor10-1430-A.

      CD: Jewel Bleckinger, mezzo-soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04; Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  RCA 09026-63306-2.

CD: William Warfield, bass-baritone; John Arpin, piano.  Pro Arte CDD 3443 (1993, Spirituals). 

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor LM-110.

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor LM-2032.

----- for low voice & orchestra.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Josef Pasternack, conductor (1924/XII/23).  Victor 19560-B.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Josef Pasternack, conductor (1924/XI/21).  Not issued.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Bourdon, conductor (1924/III/24).  Not issued.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Josef Pasternack, conductor (1924/XII/23).  Eklipse EKR DC 26.

---- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935 (#FCC 1728).  7p.   Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  Melville: Belwin-Mills.  (#2080).

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1924.  7p.  (#FCC 412)   Duration: 3:40.

----- for SATTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (#NY 412; 1713). 7p.

----- New York: Oxford University Press, 2002 (The Oxford book of spirituals, ed. by Moses Hogan, p19-24).

AC: Unidentified chorus; McHenry Genwright, conductor.  National Office for Black Catholics 11152/11153 (Feeling the spirit).  

AC: University Singers of the State University of New York, Fredonia; Noel Dexter, conductor.  Mark Custom Recording Service MCC-629 (1990).

CD: Chanticleer; Joseph Jennings, conductor.  6691C (2002; Choral series 2002).

CD: Moses Hogan Singers.  MGH Record 7000 (Ezekiel saw de wheel). 

      CD: VocalEssence; Philip Brunelle, conductor (1994/XI/4).  Clarion CLR  904 CD (2004; What a mighty God; Spirituals and gospels for chorus).  Liner notes: Dominique-René de Lerma.

CD:  The Ensemble Singers and Chorus of the Plymouth Music Series of Minnesota; Philip Brunelle, conductor.  Collins Classics 14492 (1995, Witness, vol. 1, Spirituals and gospels).   Liner notes: Dominique-René de Lerma.

      LP:  Knoxville College Concert Choir; Nathan Carter, conductor.  Public 1-29591 (c1973).

LP: Knoxville College Concert Choir; Nathan Carter, conductor.  Public 1-29591.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  (#FCC 1714).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for TTBB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#FCC 1713).  7p.  Library: Library of Congress.

My Merlindy Brown, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1922.  (Folksongs of many people, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Text: James Edwin Campbell.  see also: Plantation melodies.

My way's cloudy, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116445).  6p.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p172-175.

----- for low voice & orchestra.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Rosario Boudon, conductor (1923/XII/23).  Victor 19227-B.

----- for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2159).

----- for SATB, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#FCC 1976).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.

Myrra, I know of two bright eyes, for high voice & piano (1909).  New York: William Maxwell, 1909. (#1177).  Text: anonymous.  Library: Spingarn.

Nachtgang, for voice & piano (1903).  Text: Otto Julius Bierbaus.

Negro lullaby, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1901.  Text: James E. Campbell.

Nobody knows the trouble I've seen, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116436).  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; Hubert [Rupert?] ==Greenslade, piano.  Decca LM-4504 (1952). 

      LP:  Ellabelle Davis, soprano; Rupert Greenslade, piano.  London LPS-182 (1950). 

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  Library: Library of Congress. 

      78rpm:  Marguerite d'Alvarez, contralto, with piano.  HMV DAe-796 (1925).

      CD: Anthony Brown, baritone.  The spiritual project (Toil and triumph).

CD: William Warfield, bass-baritone; John Arpin, piano.  Pro Arte CDD 3443 (1993, Spirituals).

----- for low voice & orchestra.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; orchestra; Josef Pasternack, conductor (1924/XI/21).  Not issued.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1930, 1929, 1922 (Songs of the Americas, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Jorma Hynninen, baritone;  Ilmo Ranta, piano.  Ondine ODE 715-2 (1988, Negro spirituals).   ).  Liner notes: Pekka Hako, in English and Finnish. ( 7p.)

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115 SD.

----- for medium voice & piano.  G. Schirmer, 1922.  (Folksongs of many people, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for organ [?].

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1828).

----- for SATB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices, NY 406, #FCC 406). 7p. 

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1596).

----- for SSAATTBB, arr. by Fela Sowande.  (#1896).==

----- for SSAATTBB, arr. by Kemmer. (#1198).

----- for TTBB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 6513).

----- New York: G. Ricordi.  (#845).

Now sleeps the crimson petal,  for high voice & piano.  Text: Alfred Lord Tennyson.  Duration: 1:45.  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- for low voice & piano (1908).  New York: William Maxwell, 1908 (#1075).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

CD: Arthur Wooley, bass; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

O brothers, lift your voices, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (#NY 413).  Text: Edward H. Bickersteth.

Offertory, for organ [?].

Oh didn't it rain?, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116528).  6p.  Text: Genesis 7:4.  Duration: 1:28.  Library: Fisk, Spingarn, Yale.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p26-29.

----- Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1971 (This is music for today, vol. 5, ed. by Sur, Tolbert, and Fisher, "offered with accompaniment by Lionel Clexx")

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116527).  Library: Fisk. 

AT:  Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano (197?==).

      AT:  Edward Pierson, baritone; Donald Walker, piano.

      AT:  Louise Parker, contralto; Susan Peters, piano (1972).

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/30).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997). 

CD: Steven Cole, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

      LP:  Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972). 

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115 SD. 

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972). 

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/30).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (1962; He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

LP: Wilhelmenia Fernandez, soprano; George Darden, piano. Tioch Digital TD-1009 (1982). 

LP: William Warfield, baritone; Virgil Fox, organ.  Capitol SP 8578 (after 1961). 

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2160).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955.  7p.  (#FCC 1730).  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: The Spirituals Project Choir.  The Spirituals Project (University of Denver) c2004.

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116552; FCC 1586).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.

Oh Lord, have mercy on me, for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1935 (#NY 987).  5p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB & piano (1935), arr. by Ruggero Vené. New York: Franco Colombo, 1935 (#FCC 1960). 

LP: Illinois Wesleyan University Collegiate Choir; David Nott, conductor.  RPC CC-8.

----- for SSA & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1972).

Oh love of a day, for high voice & piano (1905).  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  6p.  (#752)   6p.  Text: Randolph HartleyDuration: 2:03.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Oh my love, for high voice & piano (1919).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116591).  Text: Harriet Gaylord.  Duration: 2:15.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

O Peter, go ring-a dem bells, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  5p.  Text: Revelations 8:10.  Library: Fisk, Library of Congress, Yale.

----- New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.  (#NY 270).  7p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p198-203.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918 (#116494).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997). 

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (1962; He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1779).  7p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2161).

----- for SSA, arr. by Harris.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 447).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo. (#FCC 2142).

----- SATB, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1786).

----- for SSA, arr.by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2141).

O perfect day; Wedding song, for high voice & piano (1904).  Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.  7p.  Text: D. F. Blomfield.  Dedication: Dora J. Cole.  May have been previously published by William Maxwell.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1914.  (#12268-6).  7p. 

----- for low voice & piano (1904).  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  7p.  Text: D. F. Bloomfield.  Library: Library of Congress.

O perfect love; Wedding song, medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Oh rock me, Julie, for high voice & piano (1921).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#152).  3p.  "Words and melody received by Mr. Krehbiel from Mr. George W. Cable; the melody is based on the whole tone scale"  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

      AT: John Patton, tenor; Susan Peters, piano (1972).

      LP: John Patton, tenor; C. Edward Thomas, piano.  Narthex Recording N-69085 (c1969; Black spirituals and art songs).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#153).  3p.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; [?, piano] (1938/I/06).   Not issued.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

O rocks, don’t fall on me, for high voice & piano.  ==:==., 1922.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p55-59.

O Southland for SATB (1919).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part-songs and choruses for mixed voices, 116468; #1768).  7p.  Text:  James Weldon Johnson.  Duration: 3:08.  Library: Schomburg, Yale.

      CD: VocalEssence Ensemble Singers; Phillip Brunelle, conductor.  Clarion CLR 907 CD (2004;  The witness collection; Got the Saint Louis blues).  Liner notes: Dominique-René de Lerma.

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1904 (G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part-songs and choruses for male voices, #116034).  7p.  Library: Schomburg.

O wasn't dat a wide ribber?, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (#NY 434).  7p.  Library: Library of Congress ; Spingarn.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984 (The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p141-146.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; [Lawrence Brown, piano?] (1930/IX/15).  His Masters Voice B-4253-B.

      AT:  Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; [Lawrence Brown, piano?] (1930/IX/15).  Pearl GEMM 9318.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; [Lawrence Brown, piano?] (1930/IX/15).  Flapper PAST 7073.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997).

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/28).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1965).

----- for SATB & piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956 (#FCC 1782).  11p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1824).

Oh what a beautiful city, for medium voice & piano.

      AT:  Jessye Norman, soprano; Dalton Baldwin, piano (1977).  Library: Lerma.

O why art thou not near me?; Serenade song, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#690).  6p.  Text: anonymous.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

On bended knee, for orchestra.

----- reconstructed by Maurice Peress.

      AC: New Clef Club Orchestra; Maurice Peress, conductor (NPR broadcast, 1989/VII/14).

On Inishmaan, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917  (#116425).  5p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

Once in royal David's city, for SATB.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  Text: C. F. Alexander.

One day, for medium voice & piano (1904).  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#597-3).  5p.  Text: Mary Blackwell Sterling.  Duration: 2:05.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovan, piano   Centaur 2252 (c1996).

One year, 1914-1915, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916  (#116258-3).  3p.  Text: Margaret M. Harlan.  Library: Spingarn.

      AT:  John Patton, tenor; Susan Peters, piano (1972). 

Passing by, TTBB, by Edward Purcell, arr. by Harry T. Burleigh.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1928.  (#754).  Text: Robert Herrick.

Passionale, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  18p.  1. Her eyes, twin pools; 2. Your lips are wine; 3. Your eyese so deep; 4. The glory of the day was in her face.  Text: James Weldon Johnson.  Library: Atlanta, CBMR, Schomburg, Yale.

----- 1. Her eyes, twin pools.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116172).  5p.   Dedication: John McCormack.  Library: Spingarn.

----- 2. Your lips are wine.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116173).  6p.  Library: Spingarn, Yale (also manuscript).

----- 3. Your eyes so deep.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915.  7p.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn, Yale (also manuscript).

----- 4. The glory of the day was in her face.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116175).  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

Perhaps, for medium voice & piano (1906).  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  7p.  Text: Louise Alston Burleigh.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Pilgrim, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908.  Text: Laurence Perry.  Library: Library of Congress (missing).

Plantation songs, medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905  (#882-7b).  6, 5p.  Library: Library of Congress, Schomburg.

----- 1. I'll be dar to meet yo' (text: Beverly Garrison].

----- 2. Keep a good grip on de hoe [text: Howard Weeden].  Library: Spingarn.

Po' lil Lulu, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1922 (Folksongs of many people, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- New York: G. Schirmer, 1930, 1929, 1922.  (Songs of the Americas, ed. by Florence Hudson Botsford).  Library: Library of Congress.

2 Poems by W. E. Henley, for high voice & piano (1914).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914 (#116062).  6p.  1. Bring her again to me, o estern wind; 2. The spring, my dear, is no longer spring.   Library: Spingarn.

----- 1.Bring her again, o western wind, for medium voice & piano (1914).  New York: Galaxy Music, 1932.

----- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: Ricordi, 1930.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for TTBB.  New York: Galaxy Music, 1930.

Prelude, organ[?].

Promis’ lan. == Text: Mrs. N. J. Corey. 

CD: Hilda Harris, mezzo-soprano; Artur Wooley, bass; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

Request, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905 (#814)  5p.  Text: Laurence Hope.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

6 Responses, for SATB.  New York: St. George's Church, 1926.  4p.  Texts selected by Rev. Karl Reiland.

Ride on, King Jesus, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi. Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1984.  (The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).  Text: Psalms 45, 4; Revelations 6, 2.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p147-151.

45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  Victor ERA-62-A.

45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  Victor WDM-1238.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  Victor 10-1428-B.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  RCA 09026-63306-2.

      CD::Jewel Bleckinger, mezzo-soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04; Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).   RCA 09026-63306-2.

LP:  Leroy O. Dorsey, bass; Clyde Parker, piano.  KM-1702 (1977). 

LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano. RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976). 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  Victor LM-2032.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  Victor LM-110.

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; John Motley, piano (1964/X/24).  Victor LM/LSC-2781.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/05).  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976). 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; unidentified piano.  RCA LM/LSC 2781 (Marian Anderson at Constitution Hall). 

----- for SSA,  arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FFC
     1969)  

LP: Spelman College Glee Club; Roland L. Allison, conductor.  Mark Custom UMC-2117.

----- for SATB, arr. by Edward Boatner.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2225).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1735).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1970).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FFC 1969).

      LP:  Spellman College Glee Club; Roland Allison, conductor.  Mark Custom UMC-2117.

Ring, my bawnjer, ring; Plantation song, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902 (#16014).  3p.  Text: James E. Campbell.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Run to Jesus, low voice & piano.  Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1926 (#ML 3308).  3p.  "This song given to Jubilee Singers by Hon. Frederick Douglass at Washington, DC, with the interesting statement that it first suggested the thought of escaping from slavery."  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & orchestra, arr. by James DePreist.  Première: 1966/VII/9; Chicago; Grant Park; Marian Anderson, contralto; James DePreist, conductor.

Saracen songs, high voice & piano (1905).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914 (#114182).  21p.  1. Almona; Song of Hassan;  2. On night of dream and wonder; Almona's song;  3. His helmet's blaze; Almona's song of Yussouf to Hassan;  4. I hear his footsteps music sweet; Almona's song of delight; 5. Thou art weary; Almona's song to Yussou;  6. This is Nirvana; Yussouf's song to Almona;  7. Ahmed's song of farewell.  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Duration: 13:00.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

CD: Dina Cameryn Foy, soprano; Polly Brecht, piano.  DCF Records (1996, Remembrance; African-American songs). 

----- for low voice & piano.

CD: Hilda Harris, mezzo-soprano; Artur Wooley, bass; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

----- 1. Almona; Song of Hassan.

      AC:  George Shirley, tenor; Wayne Sanders, piano (1976).  Library: Lerma.

----- 2. On night of dream and wonder; Almona's song.

----- 3. His helmet's blaze; Almona's song of Yussouf to Hassan.

----- 4. I hear his footsteps music sweet; Almona's song of delight. Duration: 1:16. 

---- 4. I hear his footsteps, Almona’s song of delight. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- 5. Thou art weary; Almona's song to Yussouf.

----- 6. This is Nirvana; Yussouf's song to Almona.

----- 7. Ahmed's song of farewell.

Saviour divine, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907 (#1030).  7p.  Text: R. Palmer.  Library: Spingarn.

Saviour, happy I would be, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1932.

Scandalize my name, for low voice & piano (1921).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  Library: Library of Congress.

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/31).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/31).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997). 

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA LM/LSC-2592 (1962). 

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Alan Booth, piano.  Monitor MPS-580.

Scandalize my name, and De creation, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  3p.  Library: Yale.

----- for TTBB.  5p.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  Library: Spingarn.

Since Molly went away, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907.  6p.  (#976).  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress.

      78rpm: Emilio de Gorgorza, baritone, with orchestra .  Victor 64624 (1917).  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Sinner, please don’t let this harvest pass, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917. 5p.  (#116406). 

Sinner, please don't let this harvest pass, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116406).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p189-191.

45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/06).  Victor WDM-1238.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/06).  Victor 10-1429-B.

CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1939/VI/26).  VAI Audio 1168.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/06).  RCA 09026-63306-2.

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976). 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/06).  Victor LM-2032.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/06).  Victor LM-110.

-----for soprano & orchestra; arr. by ?==

AC: Kathleen Battle, soprano; orchestra; James Levine, conductor.  == (1991; Spirituals in concert).

CD: Kathleen Battle, soprano; orchestra; James Levine, conductor.  Polygram Records 429790 (1991; Spirituals in concert).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2161).  .Published title: Sinner, please doan' let dis harves' pass.

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi.(#116470).

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

Sleep li'l chile, go sleep, for low voice & piano.  New York: von Tilzer, 1902.  Text: George V. Hobart.  Duration: 3:22.  Library: Spingarn.

      CD:  William Brown, tenor; Ann Sears, piano.  Albany TROY 329 (1999). 

So sad, for SATB.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.

Some rival has stolen my true love away, for TTBB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1934 (#NY 957; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses).  5p..  Library: Library of Congress.

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  Duration: 2:55.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- Melville: Belwin-Mills, 1969, 1917.  (Album of Negro spirituals). 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p64-67.

AC: Arthur Jones, tenor; Ingrid Hansen Thomson, piano (1993/III/15).  Orbis Books (Wade in the water – Spirituals). 

LP: Veronica Tyler, soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano.  BRC Production (1980).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  Library: Library of Congress.

AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982). 

AT:  Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano (c1973).

      CD: Anthony Brown, baritone.  The spiritual project (Toil and triumph).

      CD:  Jewel Bleckinger, mezzo-soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD:  Jorma Hynninen, baritone;  Ilmo Ranta, piano.  Ondine ODE 715-2 (1988, Negro spirituals).  ).  Liner notes: Pekka Hako, in English and Finnish.  (7p.)

CD:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano.  Musical Heritage Society 514564K (1997). 

CD:  Richard Heard, tenor; Pamela Howland, piano.  HM Classics (1998; Ain’t a that good news?).

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918.  6p.  (#116497).

----- for low voice & piano. 

----- New York: Franco Colombo, 1958.  (#FC 1433).  Library: Fisk, Spingarn.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1955 (#FCC 1707).  7p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#116543).

----- for SSA & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1585).

Somewhere, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907 (#978).  5p.  1.  A birthday song; 2. If you but know; 3. Life.  Text: James Wheeden.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

3 Songs, for medium voice & piano.

----- 1. A birthday song.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1898.  (#14093). Text: Christina Rosetti.

----- 2. If you but know.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1898.  (#14094).  Library: Schomburg.

----- 3 Life.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1898.  (#14095).  3p.  Text: John Boyle O'Riley. Library: Spingarn, Yale.

 

        ----- 2. The jungle flower.

            ----- for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#115658; parts: 115659-115665)

        ----- 3. Kasmiri song.

            ----- for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#115666; parts: 115667-115673)

        ----- 4. Among the fuchsias.

            ----- for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#115674; parts: 115675-115681)

        ----- 5. Till I wake.

            ----- for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#115682; parts: 115683-115689)

5 Songs of Laurence Hope, for medium voice & piano, prefatory notes by Henry E. Krehbiel (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#114146, 116283).  20p.  Text: Lawrence Hope [pseud. of Adela Cory Nicholson] (1865-1914)..   Duration: 15:03.  Text: Adela Florence Cory Nicholson 1. Worthwhile; 2. The jungle flower; 3. Kasmiri song; 4. Among the fuchsias; 5. Till I wake.  Library: Library of Congress (also 1919 imprint), Schomburg; Spingarn.

CD: Philip Creech, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano.  Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

----- 1. Worthwhile, for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi (#115650; parts: 115651-115657).

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Cynthia Haymon, soprano; Warren Jones, piano.  Argo 436 117.

----- 2. The jungle flower, for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi (#115658; parts: 115659-115665).

----- 3. Kasmiri song, for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#115666; parts: 115667-115673).

----- 4. Among the fuchsias, for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi (#115674; parts: 115675-115681).

CD: Cynthia Haymon, soprano; Warren Jones, piano.  Argo 436 117.

----- 5. Till I wake, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926.  7p.  "Sung by John McCormack."  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & orchestra, arr. by Alfred Bruggemann.  New York: G. Ricordi (#115682; parts: 115683-115689).

Southern lullaby, for soprano & SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920 (#NY 22; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  8p.  Text: George V. Hobart.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Southland sketches, for violin & piano (1914).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  4 movements in 2 vols.  (#116310, 116313).

CD: Margaret Harrison, violin; Reginald Paul, piano (1991).  Symposium SYM 1140.

----- 2.

      AC:  Steven Shipps, violin; Paul Parmalee, piano (1971).

---- 4.

      AC:  Steven Shipps, violin; Paul Parmalee, piano (1971).

      AT:  Steven Shipps, violin; Robert L. Morris, piano (1969).

Stan' still, Jordan, for high voice & piano (1926).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1926 (#NY 598).  7p.  Duration: 5:50.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p34-38.

AC: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. (Art songs and spirituals by Black Americans). 

CD:   Faye Cheatham, soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

      LP:  Daisy Jackson, soprano; Buckner Gamby, piano.  KM-1702 (1977). 

LP:  Isador Oglesby, tenor; John Miller, piano.  Praise 658 (1979).

----- for low voice & piano.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2140).

----- for SATB. arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1977).

----- for SATBB, arr. by Fela Sowande.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1893).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#2139).

Standin' in de need of prayer, for medium voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Steal away, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 158).  Duration: 3:51.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p14-17.

----- New York: Belwin-Mills.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 157).  6p. 

CD: Jorma Hynninen, baritone;  Ilmo Ranta, piano.  Ondine ODE 715-2 (1988, Negro spirituals).  ).  Liner notes: Pekka Hako, in English and Finnish.  (7p.)

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/31).  RCA 09026-61960-2 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1961/VIII/31).  Victor LM/LSC-2592 (He’s got the whole world in his hands and 18 other spirituals).

----- New York: Belwin-Mills.

----- for SAB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1830).

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#422, 120940; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1831).

----- for SSAA, arr. by Kemmer.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1321).

----- for TTBB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1776).  8p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Swing low, sweet chariot, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116451).  Text: II Kings 2:11.  Duration: 3:37. 

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p10-13.

CD: Hilda Harris, mezzo-soprano; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.  

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972).

Swing low, sweet chariot, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116451)  Text: II Kings 2:11.  Duration: 3:37.  Library: Spingarn.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p10-13.

      78rpm: Nellie Melba, soprano, with piano.  HMV DBe-989.

CD: Hilda Harris, mezzo-soprano; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland). 

LP: Isador Oglesby, tenor; John Miller, piano.  Praise 658 (1979). 

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  6p.   Library: Library of Congress.

LP: Inia te Wiata, bass; Maurice Till, piano.  Musical Heritage Society MHS-1515 (1972).

      AT: Edward Pierson, baritone; Donald Walker, piano. 

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo (#564).

----- for SATB, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1706).

----- for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116564).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page, for SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1598)

----- for TTBB & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1595, 116010).

Tarry with me, o my saviour, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1911 (#1283).  7p.  Text: C. L. Smith.  Library: Spingarn.

Tell me once more, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920 (#116619).  7p.  Text: Fred G. Bowles.  Dedication: Nessy Cappelli.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1920 (#116618).  7p.

The dove and the lilly, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917; New York: G. Schirmer (#116415)  7p.  Text: Swedish folksong.  “Sung by Mr. Charles Harrison.”  Duration: 2:54.  Library: Spingarn.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.  Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of  Harry T. Burleigh).

The dream love, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1923 (#363-4).  .  5p.  Text: Alexander Groves.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

The gray wolf, for high voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116222).  11p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Duration: 5:02.  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

The gospel train, for low voice & piano.

      45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor WDM-1238.

      78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor 10-1431-B.

      CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07). RCA 09026-63302-2.

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  LM-2032.

      LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor LM-110.

The hour glass, for medium voice & piano (1914).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1914 (#114136).  5p. Text: Alexander Groves.  "With incidental use of a theme from the liturgy of the Dresden church."  Library: Schomburg, Spingarn.

----- for low voice.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1974.

The last goodbye, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908.  Text: Harry T. Burleigh.

The little house of dreams, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1922 (#340).  5p.  Text: Arthur Wallace Peach.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

The Lord's prayer, for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#NY 65).

The man in white, fpr medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#NY 248).  5p.  Text: anonymous.  Library: Spingarn.

---- for SA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

----- for TB.  New York: G. Ricordi.

The prayer, for medium voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915 (#116217).  5p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Library: Spingarn.

The prayer I make for you, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#117).  7p.  Text: Harold RobŠ.===

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921 (#118).  7p. 

The promis' land; A hallelujah song, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116344).  Text: Mrs. N. J. Corey.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SATB.  New York: Franco Colombo (#831).

----- for TTBB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1929.

----- for ?, arr. by Charles F. Bryan.  New York: J. Fischer (#J8134).

The sailor's wife, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116416).  7p.  Text: Mary Stewart Cutting.  Library: Spingarn.

The soldier, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916 (#116316).  8p.  Text: Rupert Brooke.  Library: Spingarn.

Three shadows, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916 (#116327).  7p.  Text: Dante Gabriel Rosetti.  Library: Spingarn.

      AC:  Robert Honeysucker, bass-baritone; Vivian Taylor, piano (1981). 

Through love's eternity, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1906.  (#904).  5p.  Text: C. C. Stoddard.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Through peace to light, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905.  7p.  Text: Adelaide Proctor.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Thy heart, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902 (#15893).  3p.  Text: A. V. Williams Jackson, after a Sanskrit text.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

The hour glass (1914.  New York; G, Ricordi.

Tide, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1905 (#768).  5p.  Text: Francis Bacon Paine.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

Tis me, o Lord, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918 (#116524).  5p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#2138).

----- for SATB, arr. by Kemmer.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1133).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#1971).

----- for SA or TB, arr. by MacCarthy.  New York: Franco Colombo (#565).

----- for TTBB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#FCC 424; G. Ricordi & Co's parts songs for men's voices)  Library: Library of Congress.

The man in white, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#NY 248).  5p.  Text: anonymous.  Duration: 1:41.         

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

The prayer, for medium voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1915, 1919.  (#116217).  5p.  Text: Arthur Symons.  Duration: 2:42. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

The prayer I make for you, for high voice & piano (1921).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1921.  (#117)  7p.  Text: Harold Robè.  Duration: 4:57. 

CD: Cynthia Haymon, soprano; Warren Jones, piano.  Argo 436 711.

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

The promis’ land; a hallelujah song, for high voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116344)  Text: Mrs. N. J. Corey. Duration: 2:15.  

CD: Steven Cole, tenor; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

The sailor’s wife, for medium voice & piano (1917).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917  (#116416).  7p.  Text: Mary Stewart Cutting.  Duration: 4:08. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

The soldier, for medium voice & piano (1916).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916  (#116316).  8p.  Text: Rupert Brooke.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916. 

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of  Harry T. Burleigh).

The spring, my dear, is no longer spring, for medium voice & piano (1914).  Text: W. F. Henley. 

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

The trees have grown so since you went away.  for high voice & piano (1923).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1923 (#NY 358-4).   5p.  Text: John Hanlon.   == Hanlon? Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano.: Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

The victor, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116550).  7p.  Text: George O'Connell.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116548). 7p. 

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116549). 7p. 

The way o' the world, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.(#701).  6p.  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

---- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

The young warrior; il giovane guerriero, for high voice & piano (1915).  (#116781).  Text: James Weldon Johnson, after Eduardo Petri.  Duration: 3:23.  Library: Library of Congress.

CD: Everett McCorvey, tenor; Bohuslav Martinu Symphony; Julius P. Williams, conductor. Albany TROY 104. (1993, Symphonic brotherhood).

---- for low voice & piano (1915).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116235) YES 6p.  (#116782).  NO==Library: Library of Congress; Spingarn, Yale.

----- for medium voice & orchestra.  Milano: G. Ricordi, 1916 (#116783).  11p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Three shadows, for high voice & piano (1916).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1916.  (#116327)  7p.  Text: Dante Gabriel Rosetti.  Library: Spingarn. 

      LP: John Patton, tenor; C. Edward Thomas, piano.  Narthex Recording N-69085 (c1969; Black spirituals and art songs).

Thy heart, for medium voice & piano (1902).  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902 (#15893).  3p.  Text: A. V. Williams Jackson, after a Sanskrit text. 

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh).

Tide, for low voice & piano (1905).  New York: William Maxwell, 1905 (#768).  5p.  Text: Francis Bacon Paine.  Duration: 0:54. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

Tis the day, TTBB, arr. from Mattinata, by Ruggero Leoncavallo.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1932 (#881; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of partsongs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices).  11p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Till I wake, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924, 1926 (#116283).  7p.  Text: Laurence Hope [aka Mrs. Cory].  “Sung by John McCormack.”  

CD: Cythnia Haymon, soprano; Warren Jones, piano.  Argo 436 117.

Two words, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1908 (#1155).   7p.  Text: William Oxenford.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- New York: G. Ricordi, 1918 (#116508).  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for high voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

Under a blazing star, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1918 (#116509).  6p.  Text: Mildred Seitz.

Wade in de water, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925 (#NY 447).  7p.  Duration: 1:46.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano. (1925). New York: Franco Colombo, 1922.  (#FCC 1433).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p50-54.

AC:  Blanche Foreman, mezzo-soprano; Charles Lloyd, piano (1982). 

CD: Arthur Wooley, bass; Joseph Smith, piano. Premier PRCD-1041 (1995, From the southland).

CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Jewel Bleckinger, mezzo-soprano; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/04; Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

CD: Oral Moses, bass-baritone; Ann Sears, piano. Northeastern NR 252 (Songs and spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh). 

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1967).

----- for SAB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#2219).

---- for SATB with piano reduction.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925. (#FCC 487; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2065).

----- for SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills (#2116).

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 1966).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo (#FCC 2065).

Waiting, for high voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904 (#703) . 6p.  Text: Martha Gilbert Dickinson.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

---- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi (#1118).  5p.  Library: Spingarn. ==+ earlier printout

Walk together children, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1938 (#FCC 2065).

We would see Jesus, for SATB.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: anonymous.

Weepin' Mary, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917 (#116428).  3p.  Text: St. John 20:2, 22:11.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

      AT:  G. Carlton Hines, tenor; Andr‚ Thomas, piano (1981). 

We would see Jesus, for SATB.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: anonymous.

Weepin' Mary, high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  3p.  (#116428).  Text: St. John 20:2, 22:11.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

AT:  G. Carlton Hines, tenor; André Thomas, piano (1981).

CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

----- for  low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.

      78rpm: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  Victor 22225.

----- for SATB with optional piano, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1784).  5p.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2165).

----- for SSA, arr. by Page.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2112).

Were I a star, for high voice & piano (1919).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919.  (#116547).  5p.  Text: A. Musgrove Robarts.  Duration: 1:53. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1919 (#116546).

Were you there?, for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  5p.  Duration: 3:88.  Library: Library of Congress, Yale.

      LP:  Veronica Tyler, soprano; Ernest Ragogini, piano.  BRC Productions (1980). 

----- for high voice & orchestra,

      LP:  Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  Decca LM-4504 (1950). 

      LP:  Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  London LPS-182 (1950)..

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924 (#NY 446).  6p.  Library: Spingarn.  Duration: 2:56.

      AT:  Bruce Hubbard, baritone; Stephen Sulich, piano (==). 

      LP:  Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115 (==). 

      LP:  Sherrill Milnes, baritone; Jon Sprong, organ.  RCA ARL 1-1402 (1976). 

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  Library: Yale.

      78rpm:  Dame Clara Butt, contralto, with piano.  Columbia WA-6182. 

      78rpm:  Dame Clara Butt, contralto, with piano.  Columbia X-340.

      78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947).

78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanan, piano.  HMV DA-1670 (1938). 

      78rpm:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanan, piano.  Victor 1966 (1938). 

      78rpm:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  GB-4480 (1925). 

      LP:  Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano.  RCA LM-3292 (1972).

      LP:  Paul Robeson, bass; Rutland Clapham, piano.  Starline SRS-5193.

      LP:  Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947).  RCA AVM 1-1735 (1976). 

----- for SA or TB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1337).

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#1494; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses formale, female and mixed voices)  Library: Library of Congress.

Were you there?  SAB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#1662).

Were you there?, SATB & piano (simplified version).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1925.  7p.  (Franco Colombo's collection of part songs and choruses for male, female, and mixed voices, 592).  Library: Library of Congress.

Were you there?, SATB, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#778).

Were you there?, SATB, arr. by William Hall.  Glen Rock: J. Fischer.  (#9311 or 9314?).

Were you there?, SSA, arr. by Wayne Howorth.  New York: Belwin-Mills.  (#777).

Were you there?, SSA.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 693).

Were you there?, SSAATTBB & piano.  New York: Franco Colombo, 1924.  7p.  (#423; G. Ricordi & Co's collection of part songs and choruses for mixed voices).  Reproduced in The inclusion of Negro music as a course of study in the school curriculum, by Kenneth Brown Billups (thesis, M.M., Northwestern University, 1947).

      AT:  Evelyn White Chorale; Evelyn White, conductor.  Library: Lerma.

      LP:  Illinois Wesleyan Choir; Lewis E. Wikehart, conductor.  PRC CC-4.  Library: Lerma

Were you there?, TTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi.  (#454).

When de angels call, medium voice & piano.  New York: Everybody's Magazine, June 1901, p588-589.  Text: Howard Weeden.  Library: Schomburg.

When the twilight shadows fall, medium voice & piano.  Library: Yale (manuscript, 2p.).

While shepherds watch their flocks, SATB & organ.  New York: William Maxwell, 1904.  Text: Nahum Tate.

Weepin’ Mary, for high voice & piano.  ==:==, 1917.  Text: John XX, 11.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p77-78.

      CD: Brandon Richardson, baritone; Wallace Cheatham, piano (2003/VIII/1, Churchill College, University of Cambridge).

Were you there?, for high voice & piano (1924).  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  5p.  Duration: 3:88.  

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p46-49.

LP: Veronica Tyler, soprano; Ernest Ragogini, piano.  BRC Productions (1980). 

---- for high voice & orchestra. 

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor.  London LPS-182 (1950). 

LP: Ellabelle Davis, soprano; orchestra; Victor Olof, conductor Decca LM-4504 (1950). 

----- for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924. 

45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor ERA-62-B.

45rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor WDM-1238.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor 10-1431-A.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1937/XII/16).  His Masters Voice DA-1670.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1937/XII/16).  Victor 1966.

78rpm: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1939/VI/17).  Not issued.

CD: Jorma Hynninen, baritone;  Ilmo Ranta, piano.  Ondine ODE 715-2 (1988, Negro spirituals).  ).  Liner notes: Pekka Hako, in English and Finnish.  (7p.)

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  RCA 09026-63306-2.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1937/XII/16).  Flapper PAST 7073.

CD: Marian Anderson, contralto; Kosti Vehanen, piano (1937/XII/16).  Nimbus NI 7882.

LP: Eugene Holmes, baritone; Joseph Rezits, piano.  Avant Garde AV-115 SD. 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V).  RCA AVM-1-1735 (1976, 1947). 

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor LM-110.

LP: Marian Anderson, contralto; Franz Rupp, piano (1947/V/07).  Victor LM-2032.

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Lawrence Brown, piano (1925/VII/27).  RCA LM-3292 (1972). 

LP: Paul Robeson, bass; Rutland Clapham, piano.  Starline SRS-5193. 

LP: Roland L. Allison, baritone, with unidentified pianist.  Martinique HB 2579-80 (A dedication in music, 1958). 

LP: Sherrill Milnes, baritone; Jon Sprong, organ.  RCA SRL-1-1403 (1976). 

----- for SSAATTBB & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1924.  7p.  (#423)  

LP: llinois Wesleyan University Choir; Lewis E. Wikehart, conductor.  PRC CC-4.

Who is dat yondah?; Spiritual from the collection of Eva A. Jessye, for low voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1930.  6p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for medium voice & piano.  New York: Galaxy Music, 1930.

You ask me if I love you, for low voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1907  (#1011).  7p.  Text: Lillian Bennett Thompson.  Library: Library of Congress.

Why art thou not near me?, for high voice & piano (1904).  Text: anonymous.  Duration: 2:37. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of  Harry T. Burleigh).

You ask me if I love you, for medium voice & piano (1907).  New York: William Maxwell, 1907 (#1011)  7p.  Text: Lillian Bennett Thompson.  Duration: 2:30. 

CD: Regina McConnell, soprano; Michael Cordovana, piano   Centaur 2252 (1995, Art songs of Harry T. Burleigh).

You goin' to reap jus' what you sow, for SATB.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1938 (#1134).  9p.  Library: Spingarn.

----- for SSA.  New York: G. Ricordi.

You may bury me in de eas', for high voice & piano.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1917.  (#116444).  6p.  Text: I Corinthians 15:52.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn, Yale.

----- for medium voice & piano. ==:==, 1917.

----- Miami: Belwin Mills, 1984 (EL 3151; The spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh), p137-140.

----- for low voice & piano.  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SAB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 2164).

----- for SATB, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: G. Ricordi, 1956.  (#FCC 1799).  Library: Library of Congress.

----- for SSA, arr. by Ruggero Vené.  New York: Franco Colombo.  (#FCC 1823).

You'll git dar in de mornin'; Plantation song, for medium voice & piano.  New York: G. Schirmer, 1902 (#15894).  3p.  Text: Frank L. Stanton.  Library: Library of Congress, Spingarn.

----- for SSA.

Yours alone, for medium voice & piano.  New York: William Maxwell, 1909  (#1195).  7p.  Text: Edward Oxenford.  Library: Spingarn.
 

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“Harry T. Burleigh” in Negro history bulletin, v2n5 (1939/II) p35-36.

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“Marian Anderson sang spirituals at Bellevue-Stratton” in New York age (1924/I/26) p6.

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Adams, Russell L.  Great Negroes, past and present.  3rd ed.  Chicago: Afro-Am Publishing Co., 1969. p176.

Aldrich, Richard.  Concert life in New York, 1902-1923, ed. by Harold Johnson.  Foreword by Otto Kinkeldey.  Freeport: Books for Libraries, 1971, 1941.  xvii, 795p.  (Essay index reprint series).

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Allison, Roland Lewis.  Classification of the vocal works of Harry T. Burleigh (1866-1949) and some suggestions for their use in teaching diction in singing.  Graduate paper (Ph.D.) Indiana University, 1965.  2 vols.: xi, 268p.; p271-380 & phonotape.  UM 66-14791.

American music v3n1, p111; v4n2, p245; v8n3, p307

Apel, Paul H.  Music of the Americas, north and south.  New York: Vantage Press, 1958.

Arvey, Verna.  “Afro-American music memo” in Music journal, v27 (1969/XI) p68-69.

ASCAP.  Biographical dictionary of composers, authors, and publishers.  New York: ASCAP, 1948.

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Bakers 1992

Berry, Lemuel, Jr.  Biographical dictionary of Black musicians and music educators, vol. 1.  Guthrie OK: Educational Book Publishers, 1978. (1886-)

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Blackwell 1978

Back music research bulletin v12n2, p13, 27

Braithwaite, Coleridge Alexander.  A survey of the lives and creative activities of some Negro composers; A report of a Type C project.  Graduate paper (Ed.D.) Columbia University, Teachers College, 1952.  185p.

Brower, Grover.  “Afro-American composers” in Modern music and musicians for vocalists, ed. by Louis C. Elson.  New York: University Society, 1918, v6, pt2 “The great composers,” p512-514.

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McCray, Norma.  “Teaching materials on Afro-American composers” in Development of materials for a one-year course in African music, ed. by Vade Easter Butcher.  Washington: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1970, p123-198.

Roach, Hildred.  Black American muis, past and present.  Miami: Krieger, 1985.

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