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Titles of Texts in English

This index was generated 2014-01-07 10:02:28 PM

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Note: These indexes include titles chosen by composers for their settings, titles given (when known) by the original authors of the texts, and titles of song cycles.
    * E Tenebris (Come down, O Christ, and help me! reach Thy hand ) GER (Text: Oscar Wilde)
      Charles Trowbridge Haubiel
    * e. e.'s songs [song cycle]
      G. Bachlund
    * Each a rose (I did not want to suffer again) (Text: Howard Nemerov) *
      Louis Calabro
    * Each life converges to some centre (Each life converges to some centre) ITA (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Daniel Rogers Pinkham
    * Each small gleam (Each small gleam was a voice ) (Text: Stephen Crane)
      N. Barrett-Thomas
    * Eagle Country () (Text: Jerah Chadwick) [x] *
      Owen Underhill
    * Early Bacon (Early bacon, early bacon!) (Text: Archibald Stodart-Walker)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Early in the day (Early in the day it was whispered that we should sail in a boat, only thou and I) FRE (Text: Rabindranath Tagore after Rabindranath Tagore)
      Comolata Banerji, Landon Ronald, Sir
    * Early in the day it was whispered (Early in the day it was whispered that we should sail in a boat, only thou and I) FRE (Text: Rabindranath Tagore after Rabindranath Tagore)
      Comolata Banerji, Landon Ronald, Sir
    * Early in the morn () [x]
      William Lawes
    * Early in the mornin' (early in the mornin ) (Text: Mari Evans) *
      David Nathaniel Baker, Jr.
    * Early in the Morning (Early in the morning ) (Text: Robert Silliman Hillyer) *
      Ned Rorem, John Woods Duke
    * Early in the Spring (O early, early in the Spring) (Text: Volkslieder )
      Ralph Vaughan Williams
    * Early morn (When I did wake this morn from sleep) (Text: William Henry Davies)
      Rutland Boughton, Ivor Gurney
    * Early Nightingale (When first we hear the shy-come nightingales) (Text: John Clare)
    * Early one morning (Early one morning, just as the sun was rising ) FIN (Text: Volkslieder )
      Hans Gál, Benjamin Britten, Percy Aldridge Grainger, Michael Tippett
    * Early one morning (Early one morning, just as the sun was rising) (Text: Volkslieder ) [x]
      Alan Louis Smith
    * Early spring () (Text: Oscar Wilde) [x]
      Kurt Schindler
    * Early Spring Time (None can express the longing) (Text: Thomas Hill, Rev.)
      John Knowles Paine
    * Early sunrise () (Text: Ronald Firbank) [x]
      Robin Holloway
    * Earth and Air and Rain [song cycle]
      G. Finzi
    * Earth fades! Heaven breaks on me (Earth fades! Heaven breaks on me: I shall stand next) (Text: Robert Browning)
      Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
    * Earth fills her lap with pleasures of her own (O joy! that in our embers ) (Text: William Wordsworth)
      Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, Gerald Finzi, George Dyson
    * Earth folk (The cat she walks on padded claws) (Text: Walter de la Mare)
      R. G. H. Greene
    * Earth has grain to grow (Admit then and be glad) (Text: Cecil Day Lewis) [x] *
      Geoffrey Bush
    * Earth my likeness! (Earth! my likeness! ) (Text: Walt Whitman)
      Noël Lee
    * Earth shall be fair [song cycle]
      R. Ward
    * Earthly anecdote () (Text: Wallace Stevens) [x] *
      Justin Riveagh Connolly
    * Earthly Delights [song cycle]
      D. Thomas
    * Earthly light (Softly let the balmy sunshine ) (Text: Frances Ellen Watkins Harper)
      Matthew Emery
    * Earth's answer (Earth rais'd up her head ) GER (Text: William Blake)
      Hayg Boyadjian, William Bolcom, Otto Luening, John H. Harbison, Ole Carsten Green, Norman Curtis, Kelsey Jones, Sarah L. Rodgers, Elie Siegmeister, Leo Smith, John Austin Sykes, Gary Michael Higginson, Sven-David Sandström
    * Earth's call (The fresh air moves like water round a boat) (Text: Harold Monro)
      John Ireland
    * East Broadway () [x]
      Robert M. Greenberg
    * East Coker (O dark dark dark. They all go into the dark ) (Text: T. S. Eliot) *
      Derek Bourgeois, John Mitchell
    * East to West (Sunset smiles on sunrise: east and west are one) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
    * Easter (Shine forth, oh Easter sun, reveal Thyself to me) (Text: after Karl Heinrich von Bogatzkey)
      Josephine Lang
    * Easter (The stars wailed when the reed was born) (Text: William Sharp)
      Rutland Boughton, Fritz Bennicke Hart, Jack Hawes
    * Easter (Easter, Easter,/ loud may spark) (Text: Christine D'Haen after Guido Gezelle) [x] *
      Vic Nees
    * Easter (Break the box and shed the nard; ) (Text: Gerard Manley Hopkins)
      David Gow
    * Easter (Rise heart; thy Lord is risen. Sing his praise) CAT (Text: George Herbert)
      Ralph Vaughan Williams
    * Easter, 1916 (I have met them at close of day ) (Text: William Butler Yeats)
      Brian Boydell
    * Easter Carol (Spring bursts today ) (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      Martin Edward Fallas Shaw
    * Easter Chorale (The morning light renews the sky) (Text: Pack Browning)
      Samuel Barber
    * Easter Even () (Text: F. Whytehead) [x]
      Homer Newton Bartlett
    * Easter Hymn (If in that Syrian garden, ages slain) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
      John Ramsden Williamson
    * Easter laudate () (Text: Janet Lewis) [x] *
      Alva Henderson
    * Easter Night (All night had shout of men, and cry ) (Text: Alice Christina Meynell)
      Vladimir Agopov
    * Easter wings (Lord, Who createdst man in wealth and store) (Text: George Herbert)
      Nick Peros
    * Eastern serenade () (Text: Dorothy Johnson) [x]
      Frances Allitsen
    * Eating Democrats (Alfred Packer ate five prospectors whom he was guiding)
      Elizabeth Vercoe
    * Ebb (I know what my heart is like since your love died) (Text: Edna St. Vincent Millay)
      Harrison Kerr
    * Ebb tide (When the long day goes by) (Text: Sara Teasdale)
      Mabel Wood Hill
    * Ebony Fantasies [song cycle]
      L. Balada
    * Ecce homo () (Text: Henry Théodore Pontet) [x]
      Henry Théodore Pontet
    * Ecce puer (Of the dark past ) (Text: James Joyce)
      David Del Tredici, Bernard James Naylor, Peter Schickele, Robin Holloway
    * Echo (Come to me in the silence of the night ) GER (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      Johan Backer-Lunde, Ernest Bullock, Sir, Larry A. Christiansen, Frederick Shepherd Converse, Norman Dello Joio, Edward C. Harris, Gustav Holst, Bruno Siegfried Huhn, Theophile-Jules-Henri Marzials, John Musto, Frederick Piket, Harold William Rhodes, Howard Rovics, John Charles Sacco, John Patrick Somers-Cocks, Henry Somerset, Lord, Rudolph T. Werther, William Wolstenholme, Charles Wood, Judith Lang Zaimont, Douglas William Alfred Zanders, William Hawley, Richard Bruce Faith, Lori Laitman, Thomas Pasatieri, Jean Coulthard, Ling Chao Chen
    * Echo (How sweet the answer Echo makes ) GER (Text: Thomas Moore)
      Paul Hindemith, Arthur Sullivan, Sir, Benjamin Britten, Thomas Pasatieri, Hans Gál, Karolyn Wells Bassett, Maurice Blower, Patricia Cartwright, Elizabeth Penn Sprague Coolidge , Alexander Samuel Cooper, William Edmondstoune Duncan, Kenneth George Finlay, Cuthbert Harris, Frank Haworth, Oliver A. King, John Basil Hugh Longmire, Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir, Gerard Victory, John Woods Duke
    * Echo (Seven sweet notes) (Text: Walter de la Mare) [x] *
      James Brown, Pamela Harrison, Elaine Hugh-Jones
    * Echo ("Who called?" I said, and the words) (Text: Walter de la Mare)
      Dennis Wickens
    * Echo (Nothing is lost, sweet self ) (Text: Lawrence Durrell) *
      John Mitchell, Francis John Routh, T. Wallace Southam
    * Echo [song cycle]
      A. Bax
    * Echo (Sweet Echo, sweetest Nymph that liv'st unseen) (Text: John Milton)
    * Echo in the mountains (Ah, mountains so green all bathed in gold morning light ) (Text: Ruth Martin after Volkslieder ) *
      Karel Husa
    * Echoes (The sea laments ) (Text: Walter de la Mare) *
      Rosalie Housman
    * Echoes (How sweet the answer Echo makes ) GER (Text: Thomas Moore)
      Paul Hindemith, Arthur Sullivan, Sir, Benjamin Britten, Thomas Pasatieri, Hans Gál, Karolyn Wells Bassett, Maurice Blower, Patricia Cartwright, Elizabeth Penn Sprague Coolidge , Alexander Samuel Cooper, William Edmondstoune Duncan, Kenneth George Finlay, Cuthbert Harris, Frank Haworth, Oliver A. King, John Basil Hugh Longmire, Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir, Gerard Victory, John Woods Duke
    * Echoes () (Text: Bible or other Sacred Texts) [x]
      Pamela Marshall
    * Echoes (The might that shaped itself through storm and stress) (Text: George William Russell)
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Echoes (Chiming a dream by the way) (Text: William Ernest Henley)
      Elizabeth Youel Allen
    * Echoes [song cycle]
      L. Ronald
    * Echoes : three songs of parting [song cycle]
      E. Allen
    * Echoes from the Cabin [song cycle]
      G. Bachlund
    * Echoes of Normandy [song cycle] () [x]
      Benjamin Lees
    * Echoing green (The sun does arise ) DUT (Text: William Blake)
      Phillip Thomas Bezanson, William Busch, A. Herbert Brewer, Frederick Matthias Breydert, Havergal Brian, Elliot Button, Anthony Caesar, William Bolcom, Arnold Atkinson Cooke, Emily Crocker, John Ireland, Michael Jacques, Ole Carsten Green, Celius Dougherty, Vincent Henry Palmer Caillard, Sir, Norman Curtis, John Frandsen, Jonathan Harvey, Christian Victor Hely-Hutchinson, Gary Michael Higginson, Joseph Charles Holbrooke, Gordon Percival Septimus Jacob, Kelsey Jones, Iain Philip Kendell, Theron Kirk, Christopher Kaye Le Fleming, Joan Littlejohn, Wilfrid Howard Mellers, Ernest John Moeran, Raymond Monelle, Ken Neufeld, Ellen Raskin, Richard Roderick-Jones, Bertram Luard-Selby, Percy W. de Courcy Smale, Charles Villiers Stanford, Sir, Ronald Stevenson, Dorothy Wauchope Stewart, Anthony Strilko, John Austin Sykes, Christopher Joseph Thomas, Ernest Walker, Elinor Remick Warren, Robert Paul Wetzler
    * Echo's song (Slow, slow, fresh fount, keep time with my salt tears) (Text: Ben Jonson)
      William Horsley, Roger Quilter, Leslie R. Bassett, Miriam Gideon, Daron Aric Hagen, John Eaton, Ned Rorem, Daniel Rogers Pinkham, Will Ogdon, Seymour Barab
    * Echo's songs [song cycle]
      D. Hagen
    * Echtge of Streams (I cried when the moon was murmuring to the birds ) (Text: William Butler Yeats)
    * Eclipse (O moon, in harvest heaven ) (Text: Louisa Sarah Bevington)
      Mary Grant Carmichael
    * Eclipse (A song) (O moon, in harvest heaven ) (Text: Louisa Sarah Bevington)
    * Ecstasy (Oh could I, Oh could I/ before the sacred tabernacle kneel) (Text: Mary Ellis Opdycke after Guido Gezelle) [x]
      Lodewijk Mortelmans
    * Ecstasy (Only to dream among the fading flowers) (Text: Amy Marcy Cheney Beach)
      Amy Marcy Cheney Beach
    * Eddi of Manhood End (Eddi, priest of St. Wilfrid ) (Text: Rudyard Kipling)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Eddi's Service (AD 687) (Eddi, priest of St. Wilfrid ) (Text: Rudyard Kipling)
    * Eden (Come slowly, Eden) ITA FRE (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Ernst Bacon, Philip Springer
    * Eden (And this of all my hopes) (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Ernst Bacon
    * Eden spirits (Hearken, oh hearken! let your souls behind you) (Text: Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
      Charles Wood
    * Edensong (I am the nearest nightingale ) (Text: Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
      Nancy Laird Chance
    * Edinburgh Kate (Now wat ye wha I met yestreen ) (Text: Allan Ramsay)
      Joseph Haydn
    * Edmund's speech (This is the excellent foppery of the world) (Text: William Shakespeare)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Edward, Edward (Why does your brand sae drop wi' blude ) RUS GER (Text: Volkslieder )
      Ivor Gurney
    * Edward Gray (Sweet Emma Moreland of yonder town ) GER (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Edward Lear, George Alexander MacFarren, Herbert Stanley Oakeley, Arthur Sullivan, Sir
    * Ee-oh! (The fox and his wife they had a great strife)
      Benjamin Britten
    * Eeka, Neeka (Eeka, Neeka, Leeka, Lea) (Text: Walter de la Mare) [x] *
      Cecil Armstrong Gibbs, Pamela Harrison
    * Eels (I don't mind eels except as meals) (Text: Ogden Nash) *
      Philip Hagemann, Emma Lou Diemer
    * E'en as a lovely flower (E'en as a lovely flower ) DUT POR SPA CAT RUS HUN ITA FRE CHI DUT SWE ROM FRI ITA FRE GER FIN ICE (Text: Franz Hüffer after Heinrich Heine) [x]
      William Bertram Collingwood
    * E'en as a lovely flower (E'en as a lovely flower ) DUT POR SPA CAT RUS HUN ITA FRE CHI DUT SWE ROM FRI ITA FRE GER FIN ICE (Text: Kate Freiligrath Kroeker after Heinrich Heine)
      Frank Bridge, Healey Willan, Christina Saunders, Carlton Mason, F. Gilbert Lamb, Garnet Wolseley Cox
    * Egan O'Rahilly (Here in a distant place I hold my tongue) (Text: James Stephens)
      Walter Byron Mourant
    * Eggs Please (Milkman, do we have it straight) (Text: Madeline Tiger) *
      Joelle Wallach
    * Eglantine and Ivy [song cycle]
      C. Dougherty
    * Ego flos (I am a bloom, I am a bloom/ and blow before your eyes) (Text: Christine D'Haen after Guido Gezelle) [x] *
      Vic Nees
    * Egotist (Megaceph, chosen to serve the State ) (Text: Ambrose Bierce)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Egyptian Diary () (Text: Pauline Kaldas) [x] *
      Thomas Jefferson Anderson
    * Egypt's might is tumbled down (Egypt's might is tumbled down ) (Text: Mary Coleridge)
      Christopher Kaye Le Fleming
    * Eight bells (It was eight bells in the forenoon and hammocks running sleek) (Text: John Collings Squire, Sir)
      Cyril Bradley Rootham
    * Eight British and American Folk Songs [song cycle]
      D. Shostakovich
    * Eight Christina Rossetti Poems [song cycle]
      S. Liddle
    * Eight English poems [song cycle]
      K. Schoonenbeek
    * Eight Epitaphs [song cycle]
      T. Chanler
    * Eight Four-part Songs [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * Eight Fragments from Shelley [song cycle]
      G. Antheil
    * Eight Love Songs [song cycle]
      E. MacDowell
    * Eight Miniatures [song cycle]
      W. Mayer
    * Eight Nonsense Songs [song cycle]
      M. Dale
    * Eight o'clock (He stood, and heard the steeple sprinkle ) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
      Rebecca Clarke, Nick Peros, John Ramsden Williamson
    * Eight o'clock (Eight o'clock; the postman's knock!) (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      Allan Blank, Sidney Homer, Herbert Norman Howells
    * Eight o'clock, the postman's knock (Eight o'clock; the postman's knock!) (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      Allan Blank, Sidney Homer, Herbert Norman Howells
    * Eight Poems by Tennyson [song cycle]
      S. Homer
    * Eight Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins [song cycle]
      D. Pinkham
    * Eight Shaker Songs [song cycle]
      L. Creswell
    * Eight Songs [song cycle]
      H. Pasmore
    * Eight Songs [song cycle]
      J. Carpenter
    * Eight Songs [song cycle]
      B. Moore
    * Eight Songs [song cycle]
      C. Deis
    * Eight songs : for a cappella chorus from poems of Thomas Hardy [song cycle]
      D. Waxman
    * Eight Songs (5th set) [song cycle]
      J. Williams
    * Eight Songs for Male Voice [song cycle]
      J. Williams
    * Eight songs for upper voices and piano [song cycle]
      J. Ireland
    * Eight Songs for Voice and Recorder [song cycle]
      P. Harrison
    * Eight songs from "The Spanish Gypsy" [song cycle]
      C. Stanford
    * Eight Songs of Innocence [song cycle]
      D. Stewart
    * Eight Songs of Walter de la Mare [song cycle]
      E. Hugh-Jones
    * Eight Songs of William Blake [song cycle]
      B. Garte
    * Eight Songs to Poems by E. E. Cummings [song cycle]
      P. Nordoff
    * Eight springs have flown (Eight springs have flown, since last I lay ) (Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
      John Linton Gardner
    * Eight Textures of Love [song cycle]
      W. De Pue
    * Eight Wiskus [song cycle]
      J. Cage
    * Eileen () (Text: Ellen Mary Rowning) [x]
      Cyril Meir Scott
    * Eilidh my Fawn (Far away upon the hills ) (Text: William Sharp)
      Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, Sir, Helen Hopekirk
    * Eily () (Text: William Sharp) [x]
      Hubert Bath
    * Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam (A pine-tree standeth lonely ) NOR RUS ITA FRE UKR (Text: James Thomson after Heinrich Heine)
    * Einar Tamberskelver (It was Einar Tamberskelver stood beside the mast ) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
      Carl Reinhold Busch
    * El canto aciago () (Text: William Shakespeare) [x]
      Jorge Arandia-Navarro
    * El hombre (It's a strange courage ) (Text: William Carlos Williams)
    * El musico () (Text: Witter Bynner) [x] *
      Ned Rorem
    * Elaine (Oh, come again to Astolat!) (Text: Edna St. Vincent Millay)
      Constance Mills Herreshoff, John Woods Duke
    * Elaine (Sweet is true love tho' giv'n in vain, in vain ) DUT FRI GER (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Richard Henry Walthew, Helen Fothergill, Michael William Balfe, John G. Barnett, B. Beauchamp, John Blockley, Jacques Blumenthal, Ernest Crooke, William Richardson Dempster, E[dwin?] Edwards, A. Ewing, Arthur Foote, Stephen Ralph Glover, Walter Cecil Hay, Edward Lear, E. Levien, Maria Lindsay, C. Lushington, George Alexander MacFarren, Alexander Campbell MacKenzie, Sir, Frederick C. Nicholls, G. Papini, A. Phillips, Mrs., Elises Smith, Alfred Plumpton, Charlton Templeman Speer, E. Stanynought, Albert Orlando Steed
    * Elaine's song (Sweet is true love tho' giv'n in vain, in vain ) DUT FRI GER (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Richard Henry Walthew, Helen Fothergill, Michael William Balfe, John G. Barnett, B. Beauchamp, John Blockley, Jacques Blumenthal, Ernest Crooke, William Richardson Dempster, E[dwin?] Edwards, A. Ewing, Arthur Foote, Stephen Ralph Glover, Walter Cecil Hay, Edward Lear, E. Levien, Maria Lindsay, C. Lushington, George Alexander MacFarren, Alexander Campbell MacKenzie, Sir, Frederick C. Nicholls, G. Papini, A. Phillips, Mrs., Elises Smith, Alfred Plumpton, Charlton Templeman Speer, E. Stanynought, Albert Orlando Steed
    * Elämän kirja (A Book of Life) [song cycle]
      E. Rautavaara
    * Elate philosopher (The bat is dun with wrinkled wings) (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Ernst Bacon
    * Eldorado (Gaily bedight ) FRE GER (Text: Edgar Allan Poe)
      Sherodd Albritton, Creighton Allen, Sir Edward Cuthbert Bairstow, R. O. Beachcroft, Jack Hamilton Beeson, Leopold Bruenner, Harvey Davies, Isidore Cohen, Wallace Earl De Pue, David Campbell Dorward, E. M. C. Ezerman, Truman R. Fisher, Ernest Geldart, Reverend, Elliott Griffis, John Habash, Nancy A. Haskin, Bruno Siegfried Huhn, Edgar Stillman-Kelley, Clarence Lucas, Albert Mallinson, George W. Marston, Frederick C. Nicholls, Alfred A. Oberndorfer, F. Wilson Parish, Ellsworth Swan Phelps, Addison Price, Daniel Protheroe, Alton Rinker, Albert Rowse, T. Popplewell Royle, Raymond Rôze, Edward Oswald Schaaf, Bertram Shapleigh, Charles Sanford Skilton, B. R. Solis, Oscar George Theodore Sonneck, Edwin Augustus Sydenham, Allen Roy Trubitt, Ursula, Myra Kinney Van Höveln-Carpé, Richard Henry Walthew, Ulf A. Grahn
    * Eldorado's in the west () (Text: Dick Harris) [x]
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Election Day (Despots effete upon tottering thrones ) (Text: Ambrose Bierce)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Electrocution () (Text: Lola Ridge) [x] *
      Ned Rorem
    * Electronic song cycle () (Text: Robert C. Ehle) [x] *
      Robert C. Ehle
    * Elegiac Songs [song cycle]
      L. Ricketts
    * Elegiac sonnet (A fountain plays no more: those pure cascades ) (Text: Cecil Day Lewis) *
      Arthur Edward Drummond Bliss, Sir
    * Elegie (In the deserted, moon-blanch'd street ) (Text: Matthew Arnold)
      Robert Still
    * Elegie II (In the greenest of our valleys) (Text: Edgar Allan Poe)
      Joan Bälan, John Habash, Joseph Charles Holbrooke
    * Elegy (Each on his own strict line we move ) (Text: Matthew Arnold)
      Hans Gál, Ivor Algernon Atkins
    * Elegy (Ah, moon of my delight, who know'st no wane ) AFR (Text: Edward Fitzgerald after Hakim Omar Khayyám)
      Houston Bright, Arthur Finley Nevin, P Peter Sacco, Liza Lehmann
    * Elegy () (Text: Elinor Wylie) [x]
      Paul Nordoff
    * Elegy () (Text: Hyam Plutzik) [x] *
      Robert Cohen
    * Elegy (Pale brows, still hands and dim hair ) ITA (Text: William Butler Yeats)
      Peter Warlock, Peter Warlock, Raymond Warren, Raymond Warren
    * Elegy (I am: yet what I am none cares or knows) GER (Text: John Clare)
      Trevor Hold, Thomas Mirante, Kurt George Roger, David Evan Thomas, Ian Venables
    * Elegy (Oh! snatched away in beauty's bloom ) GER FRE (Text: George Gordon Noel Byron, Lord Byron)
      Isaac Nathan, Robert Owens, George Vincent Duval, Horton Harris, Colin McAlpin, James Nary, Bryceson Treharne, Wilkins, Grace Mary Williams
    * Elegy () [x]
      Matthew Emery
    * Elegy () FRE (Text: Walt Whitman) [x]
      Louis Campbell-Tipton
    * Elegy (O Rose, thou art sick ) SPA NYN RUS GER FRE FRE GER (Text: William Blake)
      Samuel Hans Adler, George Antheil, Gilbert Biberian, Carey Blyton, Daniel Rogers Pinkham, Benjamin Britten, Mervyn Burtch, Geoffrey Bush, John H. Corina, Edgar Martin Deale, David Andross Farquhar, Donato D. Fornuto, Inglis Gundry, Fritz Bennicke Hart, Eugene Hartzell, Sidney Homer, Daniel Jenkyn Jones, Ruth Margaret Lomon, Wilfrid Howard Mellers, David S. Miall, Michael Richard Miller, Nick Peros, Brent Pierce, George Rochberg, Gerard Schürmann, Leif Segerstam, David Ferguson Shaw, Christopher Steel, Lester Trimble, Gerard Victory, Carl Paul Vollrath, Rudolph T. Werther, Raymond Wilding-White, Richard Willis, Dr., Philip Gordon Winsor, Michael Nyman, William Bolcom, Alice Upton Close, Gary Bachlund, Dmitri Nikolaevich Smirnov, Dmitri Nikolaevich Smirnov, Dmitri Nikolaevich Smirnov, David Haines, Dorian Le Gallienne, René Leibowitz, Ole Carsten Green, Charles Shadle, Maximilian Beckschäfer, Christopher Hugh Blake, Richard Jackson Cumming, Norman Curtis, Kenneth Haxton, Paul Hindemith, Leslie John Howard, Tõnu Kalam, Meyer Kupferman, Robert Michael Lombardo, Judith Reher Martin, Yves Massy, Emmanuel Meuwly, Tage Nielsen, Poul Rovsing Olsen, Ned Rorem, Ned Rorem, Sven-David Sandström, Theodore P. Saunway, Leif Segerstam, Evelyn Sharpe, Leopold Spinner, Atli Heimir Sveinsson, John Austin Sykes, Felix Werder, Lawrence Willingham
    * Elegy (Fair flower, that dost so comely grow) (Text: Philip Morin Freneau)
      Frederick Jacobi
    * Elegy () (Text: Sara Teasdale) [x]
      George Crandall
    * Elegy (Stately, kindly, lordly friend) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
      Peter Dickinson, Ruth Gipps
    * Elegy [song cycle]
      D. Lilburn
    * Elegy (Clear and gentle stream!) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
    * Elegy for Frederick the Great () [x]
      Seymour Barab
    * Elegy for J. F. K. (When a just man dies ) (Text: W. H. Auden) *
      Igor Stravinsky
    * Elegy for Ray Charles () (Text: Stephen Dunn) [x] *
      Daron Aric Hagen
    * Elegy for the nightingale (Hark! ah, the Nightingale!) (Text: Matthew Arnold)
      Harold Blumenfeld, Edward Toner Cone, Haydn Morris
    * Elegy on a lady, whom grief for the death of her betrothed killed (Assemble, all ye maidens, at the door ) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
    * Elegy to a Calf (Lamento Pastorello) (Oh calf, that gambolled by my door) (Text: Paul Hiebert) *
      John Greer
    * Elegy written in a country churchyard (The curfew tolls the knell of parting day ) (Text: Thomas Gray)
    * Elegy: The Garden of Love (I went to the Garden of Love ) (Text: William Blake)
      George Antheil, William Bolcom, Gary Michael Higginson, Michael Richard Miller, John Mitchell, Solomon Pimsleur, Elie Siegmeister, Øistein Sommerfeldt, Carl Paul Vollrath, Judith Lang Zaimont, Vincent Sauter Frohne, Ole Carsten Green, David Campbell Dorward, Maximilian Beckschäfer, Norman Curtis, Bo Holten, Joan Littlejohn, Tage Nielsen, Poul Rovsing Olsen, John Austin Sykes, Michael Thiele
    * Elephants, or The Force of Habit (A tail behind, a trunk in front ) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
      Johan Franco
    * Eletelephony (Once there was an elephant) (Text: Laura Elizabeth Richards)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Eleu Loro (Where shall the lover rest ) GER WEL (Text: Walter Scott, Sir)
      Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir, Thomas Attwood, Frederic Austin, Sir Edward Cuthbert Bairstow, F. Learmont Drysdale, Alan Gray, William Henry Hadow, Sir, John Liptrot Hatton, Hugh Hughes, Louis Charles Jansen, William Noel Johnson, Barham Livius, Joseh Mazzinghi, Count, Haydn Morris, Edward Davidson Palmer, David Deane Roche, Thomas Upward, Ogle Wintle
    * Eleven Canzonets [song cycle]
      A. Garlick
    * Eleven small songs as unpretentious as the wild rose [song cycle]
      C. Jacobs-Bond
    * Eleven Songs [song cycle]
      J. Raynor
    * Eleven songs [song cycle]
      M. Shapcote
    * Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations [song cycle]
      C. Ives
    * Eleven Songs for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano [song cycle]
      G. Rochberg
    * Eleven Songs for Voice and Piano [song cycle]
      W. Rettich
    * Eleven Songs from "A Shropshire Lad" [song cycle]
      A. Leichtling
    * Eleven Soutar Songs [song cycle]
      R. Stevenson
    * Eliza is the fairest Queen (Eliza is the fairest Queen)
      Edward Johnson
    * Elizabethan Sailor's Song (My love my love is a green boxtree) (Text: Charles Causley, CBE) [x] *
    * Elizabethan Sailor's Song (My love my love is a green boxtree) (Text: Charles Causley, CBE) [x] *
      Michael John Hurd, Mervyn, Lord Horder, the Second Baron of Ashford
    * Elizabeth's Song (Shining white clouds in the cherry trees tangled ) (Text: Lascelles Abercrombie)
      Michael Head
    * Ellen Adair (Sweet Emma Moreland of yonder town ) GER (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Edward Lear, George Alexander MacFarren, Herbert Stanley Oakeley, Arthur Sullivan, Sir
    * Ellen's Song (Ave, Maria! Maiden mild ) GER (Text: Walter Scott, Sir)
    * Elm () (Text: Sylvia Plath) [x] *
      Robin Holloway
    * Eloise to Abelard (Curse on all laws but those which love has made! ) (Text: Alexander Pope)
      Augusta Read Thomas
    * Elopement (Come with me, my child, today) (Text: Maurice Wright after Stefan George) [x] *
      Alexander Zemlinsky
    * Eloré Lo (In a garden so green in a May morning ) (Text: 17th century)
      Peter Warlock
    * Elsie Marley (Di' ye ken Elsie Marley, honey? ) (Text: Volkslieder )
      Phyllis Margaret Duncan Tate
    * Elsie's prayer (My Redeemer and my Lord) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
      Dudley Buck, Albert R. Gallatin, Edwin Matthew Lott
    * Elsie's song to the sea (The night is calm and cloudless ) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
      Francis Boott, Francis Boott, William Borrow, James Munro Coward, Emily Done, George Dyson, Richard Frederick Harvey, John Liptrot Hatton, Benjamin W. Loveland, Joseph Mosenthal, J. W. Nelson
    * Elysium (Elysium is as far as to) (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Ulysses Simpson Kay, Adolf Weiss
    * Elysium is as far (Elysium is as far as to) (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Ulysses Simpson Kay, Adolf Weiss
    * Embarcation (Here, where Vespasian's legions struck the sands) (Text: Thomas Hardy)
      John Pierre Herman Joubert
    * Emblems (Maryland Virginia Caroline ) (Text: Allen Tate) *
      Elliott Cook Carter, Jr.
    * Embrace (You know that parlor trick) (Text: William "Billy" Collins) [x] *
      Tom Cipullo
    * Emer's farewell to Cucullain () (Text: Alfred Perceval Graves) [x]
      Charles Villiers Stanford, Sir
    * Emily () (Text: Emily Dickinson) [x]
      Wim de Ruiter
    * Emily (The Ballad of the Bombardier) (At night a white-faced nineteen-year-old bombardier sits writing) (Text: Marc Blitzstein) [x] *
      Marc Blitzstein
    * Emily Dickinson Canons [song cycle]
      H. Clarke
    * Emily Dickinson Set [song cycle]
      U. Kay
    * Emily Dickinson Songs [song cycle]
      V. Persichetti
    * Emily Dickinson Songs [song cycle]
      R. Baksa
    * Emilygrams [song cycle]
      C. Culpo
    * Emily's Day [song cycle]
      B. Holmes
    * Emma Garmendia (I remember your eyes,/ brimming darkly brown) (Text: Marilyn Lerch) *
      Lloyd E. Burritt
    * Emotions () [x]
      Peter Blauvelt
    * Empire (Persepolis) (The yellow waste of yellow sands) (Text: William Sharp)
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Empire (Persepolis) (The yellow waste of yellow sands) (Text: William Sharp)
    * Empress of Night (Out of the darkness,/ Radiant with light ) (Text: Henry Harris Aubrey Beach)
      Amy Marcy Cheney Beach
    * Empty pockets (Wee wee husband) (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      Craig Sellar Lang, Martin Edward Fallas Shaw
    * En famille (In the early springtime after their tea ) (Text: Edith Sitwell)
      William Walton
    * En Mai (In the bounteous month of May) DUT HEB SPA GRE CAT ITA FRE FIN SWE UKR SPA ROM ITA FRE (Text: after Heinrich Heine) [x]
      Carlo Minetti
    * Enchantment (You are as beautiful as white clouds) (Text: Conrad Aiken)
      Bainbridge Crist
    * Enchantment () [x]
      Granville Ransome Bantock, Sir
    * Enchantress, farewell (Enchantress, farewell, who so oft hast decoy'd me ) GER (Text: Walter Scott, Sir)
      Ludwig van Beethoven
    * Encinctured with a twine of leaves (Encinctured with a twine of leaves ) FRE (Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
      Benjamin Britten
    * Encountertenor [song cycle]
      J. Heggie
    * Encouragement (Who dat knockin' at de do'?) (Text: Paul Laurence Dunbar)
    * End (There are/ No clocks on the wall) (Text: Langston Hughes) *
    * End now my life (End now my life; with daily pains afflicted) (Text: Bartholomew Yonge)
      Walter Porter
    * End of the Comedy (Eleven o'clock, and the curtain falls ) (Text: Louis Untermeyer)
      Gary Bachlund
    * End of the Day (In fading light ) (Text: after Charles Baudelaire)
      Ned Rorem
    * End of the Rainbow (Sailing through rainbow, rainbow days) (Text: Ann Fiske) *
      Jean Mary Anderson
    * Endings (We shall grow old as will the Universe) (Text: Peter Harris) *
      Andrew Baker
    * Endymion (The rising moon has hid the stars) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
      Francesco Berger, Arthur C. Claypole, Liza Lehmann, Liza Lehmann, William Charles Levey, Edmund Hart Turpin, Charles Garland Verrinder
    * Endymion (The apple trees are hung with gold ) (Text: Oscar Wilde)
      Eric Donald McKenzie, Cyril Meir Scott, Charles Louis Seeger, Jr.
    * Endymion (A thing of beauty is a joy for ever ) (Text: John Keats)
      Norman Frank Demuth, Arthur R. Frackenpohl, Nathaniel Clifford Page, William Howard Schuman, Harry Robert Wilson, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco
    * Endymion's dream () (Text: John Keats) [x]
      Malcolm Forsyth
    * England (No lovelier hills than thine have laid ) (Text: Walter de la Mare)
      David Arditti, Owen Mase, Bernice A. Rodewald
    * England (Sea and strand, and a lordlier land than sea-tides rolling and rising sun) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
      Ernest Campbell MacMillan
    * England: An Ode (Sea and strand, and a lordlier land than sea-tides rolling and rising sun) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
    * England and her colonies (She stands a thousand-wintered tree) (Text: William Watson, Sir)
    * England, arise! (England, arise! The long long night is over) (Text: Edward Carpenter)
      Edward Carpenter, Edgar F. Day, Eric Harding Thiman, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Arthur Sydney Warrell
    * England! awake! (England! awake! awake! awake! ) (Text: William Blake)
      Harold Edwin Darke, Walford Davies, Sir, Edgar Leslie Bainton, Jonathan Harvey, Susan Frances Perrin
    * England, my England (What have I done for you) (Text: William Ernest Henley)
      Martin Edward Fallas Shaw, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Healey Willan, Frances Allitsen
    * England, Queen of the Seas (Will you take them into partnership ) (Text: Charles William Cayzer, Sir)
      Frances Allitsen
    * England's answer (Truly ye come of The Blood; slower to bless than to ban) (Text: Rudyard Kipling)
      John Frederick Bridge, Raymond Hunt
    * England's green and pleasant land (And did those feet in ancient time ) SPA GER (Text: William Blake)
      Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir, John Chorbajian, James Austin Collignon, Walford Davies, Sir, John Linton Gardner, Virgil Garnett Thomson, Bernard Sidney Garte, William Russell Smith
    * England's Pleasant Land (And did those feet in ancient time ) SPA GER (Text: William Blake)
      Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir, John Chorbajian, James Austin Collignon, Walford Davies, Sir, John Linton Gardner, Virgil Garnett Thomson, Bernard Sidney Garte, William Russell Smith
    * English bulls (Och! I have you not heard, Pat, of many a joke ) GER
      Ludwig van Beethoven
    * English Hills (O that I were) (Text: John Freeman)
      Joyce E. K. Jarvis
    * English Lyrics, First Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Second Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Third Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Fourth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Fifth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Sixth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Seventh Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Eighth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Ninth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Tenth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Eleventh Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English Lyrics, Twelfth Set [song cycle]
      C. Parry
    * English May (Would God your health were as this month of May ) (Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti)
      John Ireland
    * English Songs [song cycle]
      W. Duncan
    * English Usage (Make a fuss and be tedious ) (Text: Marianne Moore) *
      Virgil Garnett Thomson
    * Enid (It chanced the song that Enid sang was one ) DUT FRI (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      William Henry Richmond (attribution uncertain), Michael William Balfe, John G. Barnett, John Blockley, William Richardson Dempster, Ellen Dickson, Sidney Homer, Elises Smith, Arwel Hughes, John Pike Hullah, Edward Lear, George Alexander MacFarren, Alexander Campbell MacKenzie, Sir, William Henry Montgomery, Alexander Campbell Rowland, Edward Silas, Albert Orlando Steed, Christopher Urswick, Charles Wood
    * Enid's Song (It chanced the song that Enid sang was one ) DUT FRI (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      William Henry Richmond (attribution uncertain), Michael William Balfe, John G. Barnett, John Blockley, William Richardson Dempster, Ellen Dickson, Sidney Homer, Elises Smith, Arwel Hughes, John Pike Hullah, Edward Lear, George Alexander MacFarren, Alexander Campbell MacKenzie, Sir, William Henry Montgomery, Alexander Campbell Rowland, Edward Silas, Albert Orlando Steed, Christopher Urswick, Charles Wood
    * Enid's Song (Turn, Fortune, turn thy wheel, and lower the proud ) (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Sidney Homer
    * Enitharmon (I seize the sphery harp. I strike the strings. ) (Text: William Blake)
      Gwyn Pritchard, Joop Voorn
    * Enough (It is enough for me by day) (Text: Sara Teasdale)
      Esther Sayward Cooper, Marian Coryell, Homer Samuels
    * Enough rope [song cycle]
      J. Musto
    * Enraptur'd I gaze (Enraptur'd I gaze when my Delia is by) (Text: Francis Hopkinson)
      Francis Hopkinson
    * Enrich my resignation (Enrich my resignation as I usurp those far) (Text: Hart Crane) [x]
      John H. Harbison
    * Enter Ariel [song cycle]
      W. Mayer
    * Enter no silence (enter no(silence is the blood whose flesh ) (Text: E. E. Cummings) *
      Ruth Bakke, Edward James Harper
    * Enter these enchanted woods (Enter these enchanted woods) (Text: George Meredith)
      Dilys Elwyn-Edwards, David Vaughan Thomas
    * Entertainment of the Senses () [x]
      John Linton Gardner
    * Entreaty () (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne) [x]
      Oscar J. Fox
    * Entreaty (Come to me in the silence of the night ) GER (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      Johan Backer-Lunde, Ernest Bullock, Sir, Larry A. Christiansen, Frederick Shepherd Converse, Norman Dello Joio, Edward C. Harris, Gustav Holst, Bruno Siegfried Huhn, Theophile-Jules-Henri Marzials, John Musto, Frederick Piket, Harold William Rhodes, Howard Rovics, John Charles Sacco, John Patrick Somers-Cocks, Henry Somerset, Lord, Rudolph T. Werther, William Wolstenholme, Charles Wood, Judith Lang Zaimont, Douglas William Alfred Zanders, William Hawley, Richard Bruce Faith, Lori Laitman, Thomas Pasatieri, Jean Coulthard, Ling Chao Chen
    * Entreaty (When I am dead, my dearest ) ITA GER WEL (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      David Arditti, John Ireland, Liza Lehmann, Robert Still, Gilbert A. Alcock, Frederic Austin, Frederick Barry, Edgar Beck-Slinn, Felix Borowski, Walter Branson, Houston Bright, James Henry Baseden Butt, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, George Whitefield Chadwick, H. J. Cheney, Frederick Cliffe, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Arthur Finley Nevin, Alfred Redgrave Cripps, Brian Blyth Daubney, George A. Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Oliver Henry Edwards, George Selwyn English, Richard Hageman, T. Walton Gillibrand, Blanche Goode, Ralph Greaves, Edward C. Harris, Francis Hueffer, Beroald Innes, Gerald Kechley, Gerald Kechley, Gustav Klemm, Malcolm Leonard Lawson, Rex Le Lacheur, Alexander Campbell MacKenzie, Sir, Raymond Earle Mitchell, Thomas Tertius Noble, O. Norman, Juan Antonio Orrego Salas, Winthrop Parkhurst, Helen Lucas Pyke, Roger Quilter, Oscar Rasbach, Hugh Stevenson Roberton, Sir, Martin Roeder, T. Wallace Southam, Alice Mary Smith, Evelyn Hope Squire, Halsey Stevens, Sibyl, Jón Þórarinsson, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Jack Villaume, Vally Weigl, Arthur Battelle Whiting, Malcolm Benjamin Graham Christopher Williamson, Jesse M. Winne, Raymond Huntington Woodman, Lori Laitman, Leonard J[ordan] Lehrman, John Jeffreys, Elaine Hugh-Jones, Joel Weiss, Alan Bullard
    * Envoi (Fly, white butterflies, out to sea) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
      K. I. Bray, Rossetter Gleason Cole, Felix Corbett, John Reginald Lang-Hyde, Margaret Ruthven Lang, James Hotchkiss Rogers
    * Envoi (When the spark that glittered ) (Text: Humbert Wolfe)
      Gustav Holst
    * Envoi (Go, dumb-born book ) (Text: Ezra Pound)
      Alistair Hinton
    * Envois () (Text: Ronald Firbank) [x]
      Robin Holloway
    * Envoy (They are not long, the weeping and the laughter ) (Text: Ernest Dowson)
      Roger Quilter, Frederick Delius, Cecil Forsyth, Pamela Harrison, Edward Burlingame Hill, Robert William Jones, Barbara Pentland, Cyril Meir Scott, Howard Wells, Peggy Glanville-Hicks, Paul Amadeus Pisk
    * Envoy (Go, songs, for ended is our brief, sweet play) (Text: Francis Thompson)
      Paul Hindemith, John Raynor, John Woods Duke
    * Envoy (Go, little book, and wish to all) ITA (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
    * Envy (When, to a popular tune, God's Mercy and Justice) (Text: Anthony Evan Hecht) *
      Robert Beaser
    * Eolian harp (Come thou sweet Eolian lyre) [x]
      Harriet Abrams
    * Epeisodia (Past the hills that peep ) (Text: Thomas Hardy)
      Gerald Finzi
    * Ephemera (Your eyes that once were never weary of mine) (Text: William Butler Yeats)
      Patrick Arthur Sheldon Hadley
    * Epics and Lyrics () (Text: Thomas Bailey Aldrich) [x]
    * Epics and Lyrics () (Text: Thomas Bailey Aldrich) [x]
      Liborius Semmann
    * Epigram (Sir, I admit your general rule ) GER
      Jürg Wyttenbach, Joel Weiss
    * Epigram (My soul, sit thou a patient looker-on) (Text: Francis Quarles)
      Jack Hamilton Beeson
    * Epigram : The sword sung on the barren heath (The sword sung on the barren heath ) (Text: William Blake)
      Robert Cuckson, Romulus Franceschini, Alexander Goehr
    * Epigram on a Sleeping Friend (Lady, when your lovely head ) (Text: Hilaire Belloc)
      Archie James Potter, Maurice Besly, Colin Macleod Campbell, Chester Duncan, Richard Hageman
    * Epigram: On Lady Poltagrue, a Public Peril (The Devil, having nothing else to do) (Text: Hilaire Belloc)
      Archie James Potter, Halsey Stevens
    * Epigrams (I ask'd my fair, one happy day ) (Text: Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
    * Epilog (To you we speak, you numberless Englishmen) (Text: Randall Swingler) *
      Benjamin Britten
    * Epilogue (How can I then return in happy plight ) ITA FRE (Text: William Shakespeare)
      Michael G. Cunningham, Richard Simpson, Claudio Spies
    * Epilogue (Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day ) ITA FRE GER (Text: William Shakespeare)
      Huub de Lange, Wolfgang Fortner, Helen Gifford
    * Epilogue (Oh, heavenly Poesy ) (Text: Louis MacNeice after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe) [x] *
      Mátyás György Seiber, Mátyás György Seiber
    * Epilogue (You smile upon your friend today ) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
      John Ireland, Alfred Redgrave Cripps
    * Epilogue (Whatever I have said or sung) (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Liza Lehmann
    * Epilogue (Ring out, ye crystal spheres ) (Text: John Milton)
      Ralph Vaughan Williams
    * Epilogue () (Text: Langston Hughes) [x] *
      Marius Flothuis
    * Epilogue (Whether men do laugh or weep )
      Ralph Vaughan Williams, Philip Rosseter
    * Epilogue (So, Lady Flora, take my lay,/ And, if you find a meaning there) (Text: Alfred Tennyson, Lord)
      Charlton Templeman Speer
    * Epilogue (I lay these lilies ) (Text: Humbert Wolfe) [x]
      Gustav Holst
    * Epilogue (Say, heart, what will the future bring ) (Text: John Addington Symonds)
      Howard Cable, Henry Leland Clarke, Archibald T. Davison, Edgar B. Gordon, Irene Curtis, Charles Tomlinson Griffes, J. Raymond Henderson, John Ireland, John Ireland, Robert L. Sanders, Martin Edward Fallas Shaw, Leslie Woodgate
    * Epilogue () (Text: Nancy Bush) [x] *
      Alan Dudley Bush
    * Epilogue (My heart, my mind, my soul is yours ) (Text: George W. Honts, First Lieutenant)
      Alan Louis Smith
    * Epilogue () (Text: Peter Porter) [x] *
      Nicholas Maw
    * Epilogue () (Text: Philip Larkin) [x] *
      Robin Holloway
    * Epilogue (In the convent of Drontheim ) DUT (Text: Harry Arbuthnot Acworth after Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
      Edward Elgar, Sir
    * Epilogue (Oh, Love no, Love ! All the noise below, Love ) (Text: Robert Browning)
    * Epilogue ("Debts") (My debt to you, Beloved) (Text: Jessie Belle Rittenhouse Scollard) *
      Kirke Mechem
    * Epilogue - Hush be still you bitter strings () (Text: Frederick C. Boden) [x] *
      Alan Dudley Bush
    * Epilogue -- The Last Journey (I felt the world a-spinning on its nave) (Text: John Davidson)
    * Epilogue and Funeral March (Our hunting fathers told the story ) (Text: W. H. Auden) *
      Benjamin Britten
    * Epilogue: De Profundis (The world is too much with us; late and soon) (Text: William Wordsworth)
      Dominick Argento
    * Epiglogue: From The Rain () (Text: Donald Windham) [x] *
      Ned Rorem, Ned Rorem
    * Epilogue: Late Fragment () (Text: Raymond Clevie Carver, jr.) [x] *
      Jake Heggie
    * Epilogue: Oh! love -- no, love! (Oh, Love no, Love ! All the noise below, Love ) (Text: Robert Browning)
      Granville Ransome Bantock, Sir, John Farmer
    * Epilogue to the Accuser who is God of this World (Truly, My Satan, thou art but a Dunce) (Text: William Blake)
      John Linton Gardner, Jacquelyn Yvette Beahm
    * Epilogue to the journal (We had traversed the continent, from the far east to the farthest west) (Text: Margaret Ann Alsip Frink) *
      Alan Louis Smith
    * Epilogue-Lament (We who are left, how shall we look again ) (Text: Wilfrid Wilson Gibson)
      Gerald Finzi, Benjamin Frankel, Philip Napier Miles, Barbara Pentland
    * Epistle to be left in the earth () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Carlos Chávez
    * Epitaph (When I am dead, my dearest ) ITA GER WEL (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      David Arditti, John Ireland, Liza Lehmann, Robert Still, Gilbert A. Alcock, Frederic Austin, Frederick Barry, Edgar Beck-Slinn, Felix Borowski, Walter Branson, Houston Bright, James Henry Baseden Butt, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, George Whitefield Chadwick, H. J. Cheney, Frederick Cliffe, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Arthur Finley Nevin, Alfred Redgrave Cripps, Brian Blyth Daubney, George A. Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Oliver Henry Edwards, George Selwyn English, Richard Hageman, T. Walton Gillibrand, Blanche Goode, Ralph Greaves, Edward C. Harris, Francis Hueffer, Beroald Innes, Gerald Kechley, Gerald Kechley, Gustav Klemm, Malcolm Leonard Lawson, Rex Le Lacheur, Alexander Campbell MacKenzie, Sir, Raymond Earle Mitchell, Thomas Tertius Noble, O. Norman, Juan Antonio Orrego Salas, Winthrop Parkhurst, Helen Lucas Pyke, Roger Quilter, Oscar Rasbach, Hugh Stevenson Roberton, Sir, Martin Roeder, T. Wallace Southam, Alice Mary Smith, Evelyn Hope Squire, Halsey Stevens, Sibyl, Jón Þórarinsson, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Jack Villaume, Vally Weigl, Arthur Battelle Whiting, Malcolm Benjamin Graham Christopher Williamson, Jesse M. Winne, Raymond Huntington Woodman, Lori Laitman, Leonard J[ordan] Lehrman, John Jeffreys, Elaine Hugh-Jones, Joel Weiss, Alan Bullard
    * Epitaph (Hear us, kindly Rousseau, we greet you ) (Text: Bertha Ten Eyck James after Guillaume Apollinaire) *
      Murray Adaskin
    * Epitaph (Even such is time, that takes in trust ) (Text: Walter Raleigh, Sir)
      Ivor Gurney, Phyllis Margaret Duncan Tate, Daan Manneke, Jack Hamilton Beeson
    * Epitaph (Heap not on this mound) (Text: Edna St. Vincent Millay)
      Ernst Bacon, Maurice Besly, William Howard Schuman, Henry Dixon Cowell
    * Epitaph () (Text: Hubert Church) [x]
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Epitaph (What was your quarry, silver hound?) (Text: Ursula Vaughan Williams) [x] *
      Betty Roe
    * Epitaph (Beauty and youth, with manners sweet, and friends) (Text: Herman Melville)
      David Leo Diamond
    * Epitaph (Sir, you should notice me: I am the Man) (Text: Lascelles Abercrombie) [x] *
      Richard Orton
    * Epitaph (Beauty, who softly walkest all thy days) (Text: Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
      Ralph Walter Wood
    * Epitaph (Here lies a most beautiful lady ) (Text: Walter de la Mare)
      Ivor Gurney, David Frederick Barlow, Maurice Besly, Gerald Wilfred Cockshott, Edgar Martin Deale, John William Duarte, Alan Hoggett, Rosalie Housman, John G. Koch, Michael Mulliner, Mary Sheldon, David E. Stone
    * Epitaph () (Text: Benjamin Franklin) [x]
      Ross Lee Finney
    * Epitaph (War eats our days) (Text: Jocelyn Brooke) [x] *
      Humphrey Searle
    * Epitaph () (Text: Robert Herrick) [x]
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Epitaph (upon a Child that died) (Here she lies, a pretty bud ) (Text: Robert Herrick)
      Ned Rorem, Robert Fairfax Birch, Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Epitaph for a poet (I have wrapped my dreams in a silken cloth) (Text: Countee Cullen)
      Gary Bachlund, Cecil Cohen, Dorothy Rudd Moore, Peter Schickele, Robert Owens
    * Epitaph for a Poet () (Text: Nathan) [x]
      Robert Fairfax Birch
    * Epitaph for a Soldier [song cycle]
      V. Nelhybel
    * Epitaph For A Wag In Mauchline (Lament him, Mauchline husbands a') (Text: Robert Burns)
      Miriam Gideon
    * Epitaph for many young men (In that ordinary year of anxieties and rain) (Text: George Granville Barker) [x] *
      Malcolm Benjamin Graham Christopher Williamson
    * Epitaph in old mode (The leaves fall gently on the grass ) (Text: John Collings Squire, Sir)
      Ivor Gurney
    * Epitaph: O mortal folk, you may behold and see (O mortal folk, you may behold and see ) (Text: Stephen Hawes)
      Gordon Crosse
    * Epitaph of a butterfly () [x]
      Marion Eugénie Bauer
    * Epitaph on a talkative old maid () (Text: Benjamin Franklin) [x]
      Ross Lee Finney
    * Epitaph on a tyrant (Perfection, of a kind, was what he was after ) (Text: W. H. Auden) *
      Russell Smith, Daron Aric Hagen
    * Epitaph on a Wife (Here lies my wife)
      Richard Hundley
    * Epitaph on an army of mercenaries (These, in the day when heaven was falling ) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
      Ivor Gurney, Ernst Bacon
    * Epitaph on S.P, a Child of Q[ueen] El[izabeth's] Chapel (Weep with me all ye that read) (Text: Ben Jonson)
    * Epitaph on Salathiel Pavy (Weep with me all ye that read) (Text: Ben Jonson)
      William Denis Browne
    * Epitaph on the Author (He who of Rankine sang, lies stiff and deid) (Text: Robert Burns)
      Miriam Gideon
    * Epitaph on the Politician Himself (Here richly, with ridiculous display) (Text: Hilaire Belloc)
    * Epitaph On "Wee Johnie" (Hic Jacet wee Johnie) (Text: Robert Burns)
    * Epitaph on Wee Johnnie (Hic Jacet wee Johnie) (Text: Robert Burns)
      Miriam Gideon
    * Epitaph: The Clerk (Here lies the clerk who half his life had spent ) (Text: Herbert Asquith)
      Benjamin Britten
    * Epitaphs (Fu I loved the high cloud and the hill) (Text: Ezra Pound)
      Gordon Ware Binkerd, Jacob Avshalomov
    * Epithalamium (Carry her over the water) (Text: W. H. Auden) *
      Lennox Randal Francis Berkeley, Sir, James Myron Cohn, Peter Dickinson, Geoffrey David Gibbs, John Reginald Lang-Hyde, Daniel Rogers Pinkham, Richard Swift, Mervyn, Lord Horder, the Second Baron of Ashford
    * Epithalamium (Such a starved bank of moss ) (Text: Robert Browning)
      F. Tedaldi, Anna Craig Bates, Arthur C. Berdahl, Maude Blanchard, Philip Paul Bliss, Jr., Helen Archibald Clarke, Charles Whitney Coombs, Reginald W. Craddock, Celius Dougherty, Lulu Jones Downing, Roland Farley, Eleanor Everest Freer, Eleanor Everest Freer, Adolf Frey, Eleanor C. Gregory, Rosalie Housman, Margaret Hoberg, Fritz Krull, Frank Lynes, Charles Fonteyn Manney, William Harold Neidlinger, Marie Ada Molineux, Mary E. Nicholson, Clara Kathleen Rogers, Mary Shillington, Arthur Somervell, Sir
    * Eppie Adair (An' O my Eppie) (Text: Robert Burns)
      Joseph Haydn
    * Equatorial () (Text: Ian McBryde) [x] *
      Leonard J[ordan] Lehrman
    * Ere the moon begins to rise (Ere the moon begins to rise ) (Text: Thomas Bailey Aldrich)
      Percy Lee Atherton, George F. Bauer, Reginald De Koven, George Alfred Grant-Schaefer, Charles Fonteyn Manney, Liborius Semmann, Frederick Newell Shackley, Adolf Weidig
    * Erin! O Erin! (Like the bright lamp that lay on Kildare's holly fane ) (Text: Volkslieder )
      Ludwig van Beethoven
    * Erin-gobragh (There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin; ) (Text: Thomas Campbell)
      Joseph Haydn
    * Ermina in love () (Text: Walter Savage Landor) [x]
      Granville Ransome Bantock, Sir
    * Eros (The gilded phaloi of the crocuses) (Text: Ezra Pound)
      Alfred Whitford Lerdahl
    * Eros (Fill the swift days full, my dear) (Text: Louise Chandler Moulton)
      Margaret Ruthven Lang
    * Erotion (Dear father and dear mother: Let me crave ) (Text: Kirby Flower Smith after Marcus Valerius Martialis)
      John Woods Duke
    * Erstwhile () (Text: Chris Wallace-Crabbe, AO) [x] *
      Leonard J[ordan] Lehrman
    * Eryri wen (The spearman heard the bugle sound ) (Text: William Robert Spencer)
      Mrs. Robert Arkwright , Joseph Haydn
    * Es schein ein Stern (Es schien ein Stern in meine dunkle Nacht) (Text: Carl Siebel)
    * Es schien ein Stern in meine dunkle Nacht (Es schien ein Stern in meine dunkle Nacht) (Text: Carl Siebel)
      Richard Gompertz
    * Es war ein alter König (Was once an ancient monarch ) RUS ITA FRE UKR ROM FRE POL (Text: Kate Freiligrath Kroeker after Heinrich Heine)
    * Esau Wood (Esau Wood sawed wood. Esau Wood would saw wood ) (Text: Volkslieder )
      David Evan Thomas
    * Escapades: Songs for Rote and Piano Duet [song cycle]
      A. Blank
    * Escape at bedtime (The lights from the parlour and kitchen shone out) FRE (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
      Oskar Morawetz, Liza Lehmann, Reynaldo Hahn, Ethel Crowningshield, Edward Falk, Robert Edward Jager, Corey Field
    * Esquema () (Text: William Shakespeare) [x]
      Jorge Arandia-Navarro
    * Essays on Women [song cycle]
      A. Frackenpohl
    * Eternal Father (Eternal Father, who didst all create ) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
      Gustav Holst, Charles Villiers Stanford, Sir
    * Eternal Father, strong to save (Eternal Father, strong to save ) (Text: William Whiting)
      John Bacchus Dykes
    * Eternal hope (Eternal hope) [x]
      Mrs. Robert Arkwright
    * Eternal love (Somewhere in the lifestream of Man) (Text: Paul M. Stouffer) *
      Paul M. Stouffer
    * Eternal rest () (Text: A. Horspool) [x]
      Henry Théodore Pontet, Henry Théodore Pontet
    * Eternity (He who binds himself a Joy ) (Text: William Blake)
      Athanasios Aronis, John Mitchell, Nick Peros, Gerard Schürmann, Douglas Jamieson, Sharon Davis, Romulus Franceschini, Pamela Hind O'Malley, Bo Holten, Martin Hopfmueller, Meyer Kupferman, Tage Nielsen, Marianne Simon, Ralph Vaughan Williams, John David White
    * Eternity (Death, that struck when I was most confiding ) (Text: Emily Brontë)
      Joan Littlejohn, John Mitchell
    * Eternity (Eternity is in love ) RUS SWE
      Dmitri Nikolaevich Smirnov
    * Eternity (As if the Sea should part) (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Ernst Bacon, Ernst Bacon, Ernst Bacon, Wallingford Riegger, William Hawley
    * Ethiopia saluting the colors (Who are you dusky woman, so ancient hardly human) (Text: Walt Whitman)
      Harry Thacker Burleigh, Charles Wood
    * Ethiopia saluting the colours () (Text: William Blake) [x]
      Charles Wood
    * Eton (Four hundred summers and fifty have shone on the meadows of Thames and died) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
      Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir
    * Eton: an Ode (Four hundred summers and fifty have shone on the meadows of Thames and died) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
    * Eton Memorial Ode (Resound! Resound! To jubilant music ring!) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges)
      Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, Sir
    * Ettrick (Wild Ettrick, Wild Ettrick) (Text: William Henry Ogilvie)
      Graham Peel
    * Ettrick banks (On Ettrick banks, in a simmer's night)
      Joseph Haydn
    * Étude réaliste (A Baby's feet, like sea-shells pink) (Text: Algernon Charles Swinburne)
      Eleanor Everest Freer
    * Euclid (Old Euclid drew a circle) (Text: Vachel Lindsay)
      Albert Tepper, Jake Heggie, Gary Bachlund, Elie Siegmeister
    * Eulalie (I dwelt alone in a world of moan ) (Text: Edgar Allan Poe)
      John Habash, Edward Oswald Schaaf
    * Euphonium Dance (A euphonium dance with a flute by chance) (Text: Jacqueline Froom) [x] *
      Betty Roe
    * Europe, endless () (Text: John Forbes) [x] *
      Leonard J[ordan] Lehrman
    * Europe, the 72d and 73d years of These States (Suddenly, out of its stale and drowsy lair, the lair of slaves) (Text: Walt Whitman)
    * Eurydice to Orpheus (But give them me, the mouth, the eyes, the brow!) (Text: Robert Browning)
      Johan Franco, Henry Mollicone
    * Euthanasia (O drop your eyelids down, my lady ) (Text: Arthur Macy)
      George Whitefield Chadwick
    * Eutychides (Eutychides, who wrote the songs ) (Text: Edwin Arlington Robinson after Gaius Lucilius)
      Frank Lewin
    * Evan Banks (Slow spreads the gloom my soul desires ) (Text: Robert Burns)
      Percy Aldridge Grainger
    * Eve (While I sit at the door) (Text: Christina Georgina Rossetti)
      James Walter Wilson, Robert L. Sanders
    * Eve answers the burdock () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander
    * Eve, apropos de Rien (It is not fair to visit all ) (Text: Oliver Hurford)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Eve explains to the thrush who repeats everything () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Ezra Laderman
    * Eve in the dawn () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander, Ezra Laderman
    * Eve old () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander
    * Eve quiets her children () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Ezra Laderman
    * Eve to the storm of thunder () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander
    * Eve's Now-I-Lay-Me () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
    * Eve's child () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
    * Eve's exile () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
    * Eve's rebuke to her child () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
    * Eve's riddle () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
    * Eve-Song [song cycle]
      J. Heggie
    * Even () (Text: Philip Littell) [x] *
      Jake Heggie
    * Even now the night jasmine is pouring (Even now the night jasmine is pouring) (Text: Paul Monette) *
      Ned Rorem
    * Even such is time (Even such is time, that takes in trust ) (Text: Walter Raleigh, Sir)
      Ivor Gurney, Phyllis Margaret Duncan Tate, Daan Manneke, Jack Hamilton Beeson
    * Even though the world keeps changing (Even though the world keeps changing ) FRE (Text: Margaret Dows Herter Norton Crena de Iongh after Rainer Maria Rilke) *
      George Perle, David Leo Diamond
    * Even to-day (What if the bridge men built goes down) (Text: Sara Teasdale)
      Horace Alden Miller
    * Even Twilight (Twilight, how gentle you are and how tender! ) (Text: Daron Aric Hagen after Charles Baudelaire) *
      Daron Aric Hagen
    * Evenin' air blues () (Text: Langston Hughes) [x] *
      Lucille E. Goodloe
    * Evenin' air blues () (Text: Langston Hughes) [x] *
    * Evening (Strange grows the river on the sunless evenings! ) (Text: Ernest Dowson)
      Cyril Meir Scott, Cyril Meir Scott
    * Evening (The shadows furl their wings to rest) (Text: Harriet Fairchild Blodgett)
      Margaret Ruthven Lang
    * Evening (When soft winds and sunny skies) ITA (Text: Percy Bysshe Shelley)
      Creighton Allen, George Antheil
    * Evening (The moon begins her stately ride) (Text: Paul Laurence Dunbar)
      Henry Dixon Cowell
    * Evening (I will go out and meet the evening hours) (Text: Seumas O'Sullivan)
      Ernest John Moeran
    * Evening (Evening, when the measure skips a beat) (Text: Wallace Stevens) *
      Lee Hoiby
    * Evening (The pale blue gloom of evening comes) (Text: Conrad Aiken)
      Bainbridge Crist
    * Evening (The red fox, the sun, tears the throat of the evening) (Text: Ronald Duncan) *
      Benjamin Britten
    * Evening (Now came still Evening on ) FRI (Text: John Milton)
      Charles Edward Ives
    * Evening (Pears from the boughs hung golden) (Text: Frederic Prokosch) [x] *
      John Woods Duke
    * Evening (Now the first moth) (Text: Humbert Wolfe) [x]
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Evening (A late lark twitters from the quiet skies) (Text: William Ernest Henley)
      Maurice Blower, Frederick Delius, Jonathan Thomas Horne, Arthur Shepherd, Edward Thomas Sweeting
    * Evening (Lowing of cattle as the twilight falls) (Text: Wilfrid Wilson Gibson) [x] *
      Fritz Bennicke Hart
    * Evening ('Tis gone, that bright and orbèd blaze ) (Text: John Keble)
    * Evening bells () (Text: Nellie Nurton) [x]
      William Baines
    * Evening bells () (Text: John Clare) [x]
      Ian Venables
    * Evening bringeth my heart back to thee (I am tired of the brightness of day) (Text: Henry Brougham Farnie) [x]
      Fabio Campana
    * Evening hour (Your breathing calm and distant cools like a tranquil well) (Text: Vally Weigl after Walter Calé)
      Karl Weigl
    * Evening hours () (Text: James Purdy) [x] *
      Richard Hundley, David Sisco
    * Evening Hymn (O gladsome Light, O Grace Of God the Father's face ) (Text: Robert Seymour Bridges after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist)
      Ralph Vaughan Williams
    * Evening hymn (The sun is sinking fast; ) (Text: Edward Caswall after Anonymous/Unidentified Artist)
      Cyril Meir Scott
    * Evening hymn (The shadows of the evening hours ) (Text: Adelaide Anne Procter)
    * Evening Hymn: The shadows of the evening hours (The shadows of the evening hours ) (Text: Adelaide Anne Procter)
      Amy Marcy Cheney Beach
    * Evening in summer (Shepherds all and maidens fair) (Text: John Fletcher)
      Cecil Armstrong Gibbs
    * Evening Land [song cycle]
      A. Payne
    * Evening landscape (The sun has set, and the long grass now) (Text: Emily Brontë)
      John Mitchell, Nick Peros, Terry Fisk
    * Evening melody () (Text: Cyril Meir Scott) [x]
      Cyril Meir Scott
    * Evening Prayer (Lord we pray that you will keep)
      Bertha Frensel Wegener-Koopman
    * Evening Primrose (When once the sun sinks in the west ) DUT GER (Text: John Clare)
    * Evening scene (The sheep-bell tolleth curfew-time )
      Edward Elgar, Sir
    * Evening Scenes: Three Poems of James Agee [song cycle]
      D. Welcher
    * Evening song (Look off, dear Love, across the sallow sands) (Text: Sidney Lanier)
      Carl Fallberg, Charles Tomlinson Griffes, Henry Kimball Hadley, Dudley Buck, John Spencer Camp, Gladys Bumstead, Mrs., Rosslyn L. Colan, Reginald De Koven, Maurice B. De Packh, Eleanor Everest Freer, Philip Frederick Wright James, Edward E. Menges, James H. Rodgers, Grace W. Root, Alexander Russell, John Woods Duke
    * Evening song (The moon, like a flower ) GER (Text: William Blake)
      Bernard Rands, Athanasios Aronis, James David Audlin, Christian Bänsch-Narnia, Phillip Thomas Bezanson, Jacques Blumenthal, Elliot Button, Ann Marie Callaway, William Bolcom, Arthur George Colborn, Kenneth Harding, Geoffrey Gwyther, Sven Lekberg, Frank Lewin, Frank Daunton, George C. Palmer, Ole Carsten Green, William Prendergast, Juliet Raphael, Robert Mills Delaney, Raymond G. Angel, Rafal Augustyn, Edgar Leslie Bainton, Harry Brook, Vincent Henry Palmer Caillard, Sir, Elyse Donathan Curtis, Percy Eastman Fletcher, Robin Frost, Joseph Charles Holbrooke, Chester Edward Ide, Ben Johnston, Theron Kirk, Richard Bamford Lane, Richard Bamford Lane, Richard Bamford Lane, Samuel Ernest Lovatt, Louise Maynard, Malcolm Cameron Peyton, Ellen Raskin, Walter Skolnik, William Marion Smith, Johannes Somary, Ronald Stevenson, Ernest Walker, David Ward-Steinman, Rudolph T. Werther, Patrick Williams, James Walter Wilson
    * Evening song (I stood on the mountain side ) DUT (Text: James Vila Blake after Friedrich Rückert)
      John Ireland
    * Evening song () FRE (Text: John Bernhoff after Otto Julius Bierbaum) [x]
      Hans Hermann
    * Evening song (Dear love, what thing of all the things that be ) (Text: Willa Cather)
      Leslie Crabtree
    * Evening song () (Text: A. B. Atkinson) [x]
      Mary Grant Carmichael
    * Evening song (Evening, thou bringest all that bright morning scattered ) ITA GER FRE (Text: Helen Maude Francesca Bantock after Henry Thornton Wharton)
      Granville Ransome Bantock, Sir
    * Evening song () [x]
      Amy Marcy Cheney Beach
    * Evening song (When the voices of children are heard on the green/ and laughing is heard on the hill ) (Text: William Blake)
      Athanasios Aronis, Grant Beglarion, Phillip Thomas Bezanson, A. Herbert Brewer, William Bolcom, John Charlton Crawford, John Charlton Crawford, William E. Crofut, III, J. Frederick Keel, Arthur Somervell, Sir, Geoffrey Gwyther, Michael Jacques, John Ireland, Ole Carsten Green, Juliet Raphael, Dorothy Carter Drennan, Vernon Duke, Vincent Henry Palmer Caillard, Sir, Gordon Crosse, Hubert James Foss, Derek Foster, Antony Garlick, George Henschel, Gary Michael Higginson, Milton Henry Hindus, Joseph Charles Holbrooke, Mabel Jennings, Mary Margaret Kelly, Dorothy Hill Klotzman, David Krane, Charles T. Maclary, Wilfrid Howard Mellers, Donald Patriquin, Ellen Raskin, Geraldine Dorothy Rasmussen, George Rochberg, Richard Roderick-Jones, Bertram Luard-Selby, Christopher Steel, Ronald Stevenson, Dorothy Wauchope Stewart, John Austin Sykes, Eric Harding Thiman, Prentice Torrance, Charles A. Trew, Persis Anne Vehar, Ernest Walker, Rudolph T. Werther, Maude Valérie White, Maude Valérie White, Margaret Lucy Wilkins
    * Evening song (Little flakes of sunset) (Text: Grace Walcott Hazard Conkling)
    * Evening song (O gladsome light) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
    * Evening song of the Tyrolese peasants (Come to the sunset tree! ) (Text: Felicia Dorothea Hemans)
    * Evening star ('Twas noontide of summer) (Text: Edgar Allan Poe)
      John Habash, Edward Royce
    * Evening star (Shines in the west my star) [x]
      E. W. Hanscom
    * Evening tears and morning songs (In the evening there is weeping ) (Text: Frances Ridley Havergal)
    * Evensong (A late lark twitters from the quiet skies) (Text: William Ernest Henley)
      Maurice Blower, Frederick Delius, Jonathan Thomas Horne, Arthur Shepherd, Edward Thomas Sweeting
    * Evensong (Fold your white wings, dear Angels) (Text: Constance Morgan)
      Liza Lehmann
    * Evensong (The embers of the day are red ) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
      Sidney Homer
    * Evensong (Begin with Jove; then is the work half done) (Text: Robert Herrick)
    * Evensong: Of Love and Angels [song cycle]
      D. Argento
    * Eventide (The house was still, the room was still ) ITA (Text: Charlotte Brontë)
      J. Bertram Fox
    * Ever yours sincerely (Today I choose no startling theme)
      Francesco Paolo Tosti
    * Everie bush new springing (Everie bush new springing )
      Michael Cavendish
    * Everlasting voices (O sweet everlasting Voices, be still ) (Text: William Butler Yeats)
      Peter Warlock, Daniel Ruyneman, Dennis Wickens, Richard Roderick-Jones, Thomas C. Kelly, Jean Chatillon
    * Every day () (Text: Paulings Edwards) [x] *
      Carson P. Cooman
    * Every little child () (Text: W. H. Draper) [x] *
      Cecil Armstrong Gibbs
    * Every man (Every man has got a hobby) (Text: George Reginald Margetson)
      Gary Bachlund
    * Every night () (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson) [x]
      Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin
    * Every night and every morn (Every night and every morn ) FRE (Text: William Blake)
      Brian John Chapple, Fritz Bennicke Hart, Ernst Bacon, Vincent Sauter Frohne, Colin Moncrieff Campbell Taylor, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Benjamin Britten
    * Every night my prayers I say (Every night my prayers I say ) (Text: Robert Louis Stevenson)
      Natalie Burlin Curtis, Edward Falk, Caroline Susan Theodora Grosvenor, Liza Lehmann
    * Every shuiler is Christ (Every shuiler is Christ ) (Text: Joseph Campbell)
    * Every stile and stump () (Text: Kevin John William Crossley-Holland) [x] *
      Geoffrey Allen
    * Everyone sang (Everyone suddenly burst out singing ) (Text: Siegfried Lorraine Sassoon)
      Howard Wells, Leonard Rafter, Clara Edwards, Ivor Gurney, William Henry Harris, Sir, Herbert Horrocks, Craig Sellar Lang, Jasper Rooper, Cyril Bradley Rootham, Greta Tomlins, May Sabeston Walker, Dorothy Isabel Williams, Beatrice Laufer, Jake Heggie, Paul Siskind
    * Everyone suddenly burst out singing (Everyone suddenly burst out singing ) (Text: Siegfried Lorraine Sassoon)
      Howard Wells, Leonard Rafter, Clara Edwards, Ivor Gurney, William Henry Harris, Sir, Herbert Horrocks, Craig Sellar Lang, Jasper Rooper, Cyril Bradley Rootham, Greta Tomlins, May Sabeston Walker, Dorothy Isabel Williams, Beatrice Laufer, Jake Heggie, Paul Siskind
    * Everyone that flatters thee (As it fell upon a day ) (Text: Richard Barnfield)
      Cecil Armstrong Gibbs, John Post Attwater
    * Everything is so strangely removed today (Everything is so strangely removed today) (Text: W. H. Auden) [x] *
      Anthony Payne
    * Everything that I can spy (Everything that I can spy) (Text: James Stephens)
      Walter Byron Mourant
    * Eve's child () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander
    * Eve's exile () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander, Ezra Laderman
    * Eve's Now-I-Lay-Me () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander, Ezra Laderman
    * Eve's rebuke to her child () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander, Ezra Laderman
    * Eve's riddle () (Text: Archibald MacLeish) [x] *
      Josef Alexander, Ezra Laderman
    * Evidence (There comes o'er the valley a shadow) (Text: Charles Edward Ives)
      Charles Edward Ives
    * Evidence of Things not seen (Faith lights us, even through the Grave) (Text: William Penn)
      Ned Rorem
    * Evidence of Things Not Seen [song cycle]
      N. Rorem
    * Evil () (Text: Richard Eberhart) [x] *
      Elie Siegmeister
    * Evoë (Oceanward, the sea-horses sweep magnificently) (Text: William Sharp)
      Hubert Bath, John Herbert Foulds
    * Evoë! (Oceanward, the sea-horses sweep magnificently) (Text: William Sharp)
    * Ex Nihilo (Here am I now cast down) (Text: David Emery Gascoyne) [x] *
    * Ex nihilo (Out of nothing we are made) (Text: Kathleen Raine) [x] *
      Wilfrid Howard Mellers
    * Ex Nihilo (Here am I now cast down) (Text: David Emery Gascoyne) [x] *
      Bernard James Naylor
    * Ex Nihilo and Lauds [song cycle]
      W. Mellers
    * Ex-Service (Derision from the dead) (Text: Siegfried Lorraine Sassoon) [x] *
    * Ex-Service (Derision from the dead) (Text: Siegfried Lorraine Sassoon) [x] *
      Leland C. Smith
    * Excellent discourse (Pepys' diary entry of 2.4.1664) (At noon to the coffee-house, where excellent discourse with Sir ) (Text: Samuel Pepys)
      Edward Rushton
    * Excelsior (The shades of night were falling fast) FRE (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)
      Michael William Balfe, Francesco Berger, William Henry Birch, Joseph Bird, John Blockley, Corbett S. Catty, Frederick William Clarke, Stephen Ralph Glover, Robert Goldbeck, John Liptrot Hatton, Nicholas Heins, Hutchinson Family, Maria Lindsay, Robert H. Lyon, Jules Normann, George Peabody, Charles Callahan Perkins, Ciro Ercole Pinsuti, Il Cavaliere, Alexander Russell, Peter August Schnecker, H. G. Spaulding, A. H. Thouless, James Tilleard
    * Exchanges (All that I had I brought) (Text: Ernest Dowson)
      Chester Duncan
    * Exclamation () (Text: Ronald Firbank) [x]
      Robin Holloway
    * Exclusion (The soul selects her own society ) (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Robert F. Baksa, Alistair Hinton, Gordon Getty
    * Exeunt (Piecemeal the summer dies ) (Text: Richard Wilbur) *
      Yehudi Wyner
    * Exeunt omnes (Everybody else, then, going) (Text: Thomas Hardy)
      Gerald Finzi
    * Exhilaration is the breeze (Exhilaration is the Breeze ) ITA FRE (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Daniel Rogers Pinkham, Christopher Culpo
    * Exile () [x]
      Cyril Meir Scott
    * Exile () (Text: Elizabeth Barrett Browning) [x]
      William Robert Wiant
    * Exile (By the sad waters of separation ) (Text: Ernest Dowson)
      Frederick Delius
    * Exile (A common folk I walk among; ) (Text: Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy)
      Richard Johnston
    * Exile (White in the moon the long road lies ) (Text: Alfred Edward Housman)
      Robert F. Baksa, James Brown, Mervyn, Lord Horder, the Second Baron of Ashford, Arthur Somervell, Sir, Freda Mary Swain, Jake Heggie, John Woods Duke, Oscar J. Fox, William Parks Grant, Henry George Ley, Charles Fonteyn Manney, Hugh Priestley-Smith, E. Kendal Taylor, John Ramsden Williamson, Geoffrey Allen
    * Exile (Through the green blinds that shelter me ) (Text: Launcelot Alfred Cranmer-Byng after Tu Fu)
      Granville Ransome Bantock, Sir
    * Exile (Had the gods loved me I had lain) (Text: Walter de la Mare)
    * Exit the King () (Text: Eugène Ionesco) [x] *
      Owen Underhill
    * Exits (The sea is deep) (Text: Langston Hughes) *
      Robert Owens
    * Exmoor Harvest-Song (The corn, oh the corn, 'tis the ripening of the corn! ) (Text: Richard Doddridge Blackmore)
    * Exmoore Harvest Song (The corn, oh the corn, 'tis the ripening of the corn! ) (Text: Richard Doddridge Blackmore)
      Guy Henry Eldridge
    * Expatriate () (Text: Marc Blitzstein) [x] *
      Marc Blitzstein
    * Experience shows us (Experience shows us ) (Text: Mary Barnard after Sappho) *
      Eric Hudes
    * Experiment () (Text: Dorothy Diemer Hendry) [x] *
      Emma Lou Diemer
    * Experiment to me (Experiment to me) ITA (Text: Emily Dickinson)
      Otto Luening
    * Extinguish my eyes (Extinguish my eyes I still can see you ) (Text: Jessie Lemont after Rainer Maria Rilke) *
      Leonard Bernstein, Ernst Toch
    * Extravagance () [x]
      John Linton Gardner
    * Extravaganzas [song cycle]
      P. Dickinson
    * Eyebright (As a star from the sea new risen) (Text: John Addington Symonds) [x]
      Norman Dello Joio
    * Eyes (There was a Young Lady whose eyes ) (Text: Edward Lear)
      Gary Bachlund, Margaret Ruthven Lang
    * Eyes look into the well (Eyes look into the well ) (Text: W. H. Auden) *
      Lennox Randal Francis Berkeley, Sir, Peter Dickinson, John Reginald Lang-Hyde, Ronald Senator
    * Eyes, look no more (Eyes, look no more)
      John Danyel
    * Eyes of deep, soft, lucent hue (Vain is the effort to forget ) (Text: Matthew Arnold)
      Matthew Emery
    * Eyes of night () (Text: St. John Welles Lucas) [x]
      Graham Peel
    * Eyes so tristful (Eyes so tristful, eyes so tristful ) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow after Diego de Saldaña)
      Frederic Hymen Cowen, Sir, Frederic Hymen Cowen, Sir
    * Eyes so tristful, eyes so tristful (Eyes so tristful, eyes so tristful ) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow after Diego de Saldaña)
    * Eyes so wistful (Eyes so tristful, eyes so tristful ) (Text: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow after Diego de Saldaña)
      Frederic Hymen Cowen, Sir, Frederic Hymen Cowen, Sir
    * Eyes that last I saw in tears (Eyes that last I saw in tears) (Text: T. S. Eliot)
      Jani Christou, John Gruen, John McCabe, Robin Holloway

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